Florida union

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Florida union
Uniform Title:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Weekly union
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Creation Date:
September 9, 1865
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1864.
General Note:
Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note:
Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note:
Supplements accompany some numbers.

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,?every JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9 was a "qucjcherj. 1 had never doric> *i'
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Off .. _uie eiecnon ana Uie poll-books and ballots, to the secession of South Carolina.' and In a legal manner; so I proceeded'to" m

AIWINi to be forwarded to this office, as aforesaid. \vlio arc within the And all oflice where the settlement was made before MISSISSIPPI CONTEXTIOX. hotel,:bearing in my arms one copy of 1b V'V V
WILLIAM $ excepted classes
Isp person shall act ;ns an Inspector or, take the must survey. Where, however, it was made after Rsvised Statutes,one ditto Webster's-
pJIo'flsIOAL. GOTERSOR OP THE Judge of the election who shall.not have oath and apply for :\ pardon, in order survey, the claimant must file within three NEW ORLEANS, August 24. bridged Dictionary)
one Bib1e
pre to entitle them The Times copy a
to of
viously the vote or become: mem this city, contains the folV _
-i STATE OF FLORIDA.WITEBEAS .taken amnesty oath, and no other hers of the Convention months after date of settlement ; and where lowing special in small copy of the creed and articles of ruithof' .
oath shall despatches regard to theproceedings
be f
exacted 6Si5aid Judges actual resilience and cultivation have been the1 '
or Jn ''The Congregational Cht -ch. one If'
members of the of copy ( ,
_ by the Proclamation of Andrew spectors, but their perso'n honorwili be ted Convention tints elec( long enough) slunv fliat the claimant has Mississippi Convention.i PopeIBVEssayon Man and a sectional ; V
on first : partofv
of the United States dated considered Monday September next Miss., August 23.
President as inside
Johnson, pledged for Unfaithful and the hind his permanent home, he can the map where the victim lived,Having
of A. D., 18C5.1 have been uonest performance of arc hereby required to convene in the-city of establish his claim and An ordinance was passed ratifying all laws placed V
13th July, ap- their, dus. Columbia pay for the same, at a table"in the middle of the room and seated .
Provisional Governor of the State of Sixxn. The commander Wednesday, the lUth day of time Iwfore. the date of and official acts passed since the act of secession -
nmntfd th4>military September any public sale ol : myself behind it, I in trumpet tones -calTed
18G5 for ,
with instructions to prescribe, at the department of the State has the purose of altering lands within the of not repugnant to the Constltutions.of .
)Florida in the &bsenco and range which his settlement .the case'. With that, the iman ahl :
amending the the United young
such rules and of present Constitution of States and Mississippi prior to
j irliest practicable period, reflations maifacilities\ generously ordered t he offi niayTalI.filh. womanyithgreatala
bo and for and South Carolina, or remodeling( or making January, 1861, except the laws concerning rty stepped.nt'A .
cers soldiers u AlFunoiIVred
as may necessary proper under his,command to aid : surveyed. J.-uuls; not acquired llavthg sworn ttmQn the
of the new one, which will conform to the crimes, and the acts enabling railroad to dictionr',1:
convening a convention people, coin- and assist in the distribution of the poll-books great .tinder pre-emption, homestead, or ; to'answer wehl'al1'thequesttons I -
be chosen that and changes which have taken place in the Stale pay moneys by them also repealing all laws al1iti : .
to by this ;
delegates portion proclamation, and in otherwise I linker legal I Sanction must V V V
nosed receiyini: the and be in express vw wa, M. proc ccuc-i. told '
WhO are loyal to the.Uui- returns of the more accordance with republican saieVun&r authorizing the payment of dues to the state meJOCDS' "man
election be offered
of the people forwarding them ) at public the President'sproclamation that, being an entire I sLodlu) ?
principles and in stranger; have'1
and uo others; and also, with all toj this office, equality i of representation. nod struck'df confederate scrip; also repealing all laws
ted States, And to the highest to ask him., to.give bail Tor
I the
do further costs .
I and proclaim und make authorizing the distillation of spirits on state : ; / V
to enable
the power, necessary proper, SEVENTH.J That the.delegates, who: shall that ( biililcr i, svj rrwjti'red by) (lie act of 24th April, Having heard this so frequently in I .
such loyal people, of said State, to restore it be elected,as aforesaid, shall assemble in Convention knowp force'in, the Constitution and all laws of 18-JO. _; J. .: L.EDMcifDX, account; also ratifying all official accounts. thought' itjnttiiTi'-TTA -. court- : V
relation to the Federal South Carolina prior to the secession proceedings, iunVnirnts iltm*** f1bL' *U V IIiCaIt _
the fee (
to its constitutional at City qt.TALLAHASSEE, at of tho State C: 'U- air ionolrGonorul:I oi l'OfH. several courts also all sales made trio tor performing1" the eeremonyr V
such a republican .twelve are hereby imdo of force uuCL-; revised list of Land offices ; legalizing he would V
Gov k ovennnent as will entitle the day of OCTOBER A.JXl865: except wherein a judicial did not L
nrnrnT and know
elect a : exactly what I did mean !.. .
they may conflict with the capacity also authorized executors and % )? ;
of the United States President provisions of thb ; .
State to the guarantee and other Accessary .officers, and Proclamation. And the ()hio.-Chul I icot he.lii others to compromise with magnanimously waived that nprtion of thp. ,- -
f and its to the protection of proceed to the judges and chan persons against V
therefor, people discharge.of duties./The cellors of the (liana.SpringIieid.Missouri.Booneville. whom ceremony. I then told himit would be .'
State arc they hold notes as to.the real value of ; .t'
United States against invasion, insurrection Convention will be.hejudge hereby required to ex Ironton.Alabama. tb. : .
the pi the election ercise nil the powers and the property) for which such notes have been necessary give bull to keep ;tLfrax' '
perform all the
and domestic violence. of their respectiveniembers. St. St reenvilleiunts- This he.said he .
dutie-i which epllcflSG also willing V ;tp AQ, ;when Jitf 4
Now therefore, I, William Marvin, Provisional The commander the appertain to their respective vii Ic *Tuscaloo *Klba given; authorizing ex parte testimony to arrived 'at and
; military department offic(.-!, and especially in criminal IcmopolisMont- be taken to prove whether or not contracts I also waived tliat {
Governor of the State of Florida, as of the State has issued cases. It Centre.* point. S
a general order fjomcry,
will be .
which have been made
expected of the ,
aforesaid, do, by virtue of the. power in me directing, that, .a ,United States: transport now in South Federal military antliorities :Miss'ipeippi.Vashington i f Paulding, f or also contemplated specie : Having established to iny'satisfaction- VV V V

vested, as aforesaid, proclaim and declare : steamer shall leave Key* ,West on/JVednesday/ authority to the civil officers Carolina of to the lend their Jackson, Columbus.f riages currency which payments have been; consummated ratifying all since mar-, they wanted to get married, ;antl that they .

Frasr. That an election for delegates to a the 18th of October and, touch Provi Loni.-iana. Xcw Orleans were old
;at- Tampa, atonal Government for the Opclousas, $ January, 1861, whether celebrated with novel enough toenter. into that blessctl V
Convention will be held on Tuesday, the 10th Manatee and Cedar Keys, on her way .to St. jug the laws and purpose of enforc Monroe, :i:: Greensburg, :J Natchitoches.V" \ forms or not. state,:I proceeded tor tie the not. I', asked

day of October A. D. 1865, at ''the different Marks ; and that another steamer shall leave good order of the preserving State. the peace: and .-Batesville: Little Rock, S JACKSON Miss. hini rif he viis' willing in take" that wbninn S

] precincts at which elections are directed and Pensacola,on.Saturday, the 21st, bound for And( I do further Washington: Iluntsville, Clarksville, Governor August 24. tP be hidwife.: He said he wasi. I* toJd-1} *:

i authorized by law to be held for members of the same port, touching at Apalaclncolaand command :and enjoin all Chainpagnole. Sharkey, to-day, sent into the ,hini I i: did riot require haste in-the
_ ; good and lawful citizens of the State to unit'1 Convention a telegraph dispatch which lie answer jf-
the Legislature. >* another shall leave .Enterprise, on. the 8t- in enforcing the lawa and P1011(111.-Ta lla1iaseeSt.. Augustine,| Kewnansville had received from President Johnson ,,that he Vmight reflect a few: minutes if .he .

; SKCOXD. That the thirty-nine counties of Johns river, on Friday. thc.20th, hound to all disorderly bringing to justice | Tampa. j| the convention congratulating wished 1 told him she Idok'eV!like a fine girl, .

'1 this State shall be authorized and entitled to Jacksonville, touching at the different points and marauders persons all plunderers, robbers Michigan.-Detroit, East Saginaw, Ionia, on the progress imd I had no doubt she"was, but 'if these> -1*"''

elect delegates to the said Convention severally oa the river and another,shall Jcave Fern- who are wandering, vagrants about without and idle persons Marquette, Traverse City. \vereinakinginpavingthe of the State of way to.into the readmission -! qucl i proved that he Jiad been taken in, -I did >>*< _

as follows, to wit : Escambia two, Santa amlinft, on Friday, the 20th,,and ,St, August ment or visible. employ Iowa.-Fort DCS) Moines, Council Bluffs, Union, and Mississippi the -notwantt to be held responsible said -he* .
any means of expressing an earnest
Rosa two, Walton two, Holmes one, tine, on Saturday, the 21st, Abound to Jack themselves. supporting Fort Dodge, Sioux City.Wisconsin. all obstacles to such read mission would hope that .must Iove; Ii6npr"ond, beybeas. long a* VshelWed.

Washington one, Jackson three, Calhoun sonville. These steamers will convey the It is also expected that all former .-Menaslfa, Falls of St. Croix. be removed. soon ; "He mast nitbe? snappy'around w" '

one, Franklin one, Liberty one, Gadsdcn delegates elected, free of i charge, except for of freed persons will be kind to them owners Stevens' Point, La Crosse, Bayfield, Eau The President in this tbe. house, nor spit tobacco juice on'the iV*' ; -
three Wakulla one Leon four Jefferson their and and Claire. says dispatch thathe, floor all
lodging meals.; -. not turn off the children will restore the writ of habeas iwhicli he-procaisetl( ; faithfully .'
J three Madison two Taylor one Lafayette EIGHTH. A or aged to perish ; ('al I Ibri ia.- corpus and remove heed.1
Cqn titutionj! and the freed men and women i San Francisco, 3Iarysville, the troops from the state at the earliest V to SVV jVS'p... 'l&
Hamilton two, Suwannee one, Columbia form been made arc earnestly Humboklt I Stockton Visalia.Oregon.Oretron "Now V
L one, having altered amended, enjoined to make contracts,just and fair for moment, when the state shall make .sajtrjlj; "Geprgianh, (tajrpuheiryhat -
two Baker one, Bradford one, Nassau arid adapted to the order( sufficjent V : V ,'V'
new ,, things, the |'"remaining with their former owner City, Roseburg.1IIIIQSOI progress as to have entirely returned to her Hamphrcrjrsdys Dp y6u accept 1he '
ogc, St. Johns one, Duval one, Clay one, Convention will provide, by a. schedule, for | In order to facilitate as much ;L-"l'aylor's Falls, St. Cloud allegiance.The invitationio become his >Y ftf-will" 5: Y-

Putnam one, Alachua two,Marion two.Levy .election of a Governor and General ..Assembly the. application for pardons under as the posible \v I ilflCllg; () City, Mji neapolis, St. Peter, Du President hopes, in conclusion that i lenient..towards.Jtfe. fauUg! ttau& eherisli' :hs; *. :-it

one, Hernando one, Hillsborough one.Manatee and for re-organization of excepted Luth. j virtues-will
n bWtdJtj
permanent sections of the Presiden's Pro- the example Mississippi will be yQninever : throwing .
I one, Polk one, Orange one, Volusia one, State Government.. ; clamntion, it is stated for information Amnesty that all Kansas Topeka. I Huniboldt, Junction by the other Southern States. followed I furniture at his bead fqr sTjglit. oHenccs and ; -

k Ilrcvard one, Sumter one, Monroe one, und NITU. By the operations and results of applications must be by ('liv. Judge E. S.Fisher will you get three mealsi 'iilJay without !yti
petition the was nominated
- Dade one. the war has ceased stating Washington for governor -, ?"
7 slavery to exist in exception, accompanied with the oath nJerritory.ivmpia and the convention grumbling She said'Hhe.frfottkl.Basked'i & F
r THIRD. Every free white male (person < f this State. It cannot be revived., Every voter This presciibea. couver. adjourned sine die. them if they believed in the V
petition be JACKSON ctjmmandmenfaf
: the of twenty-one and upward--, for delegates to the convention must first approved Xebraska 'I'erritorv.-Onialia Miss., August 24. liqc said fi i
age years in taking by the Provisional Governor and ) CityBrowns- In the convention | they they ,'did. Having,-read VtbC.
then forwarded to-day the
and who shall be, at the time of olferimr to the amnesty oath, takes n .solemn path to to the President. The, villa, Nebraska City, Dakota Cit- proposing to submit the, ordinance creed and articles faith, as aforesaiil,I exclaun'ed. .

vote, a citizen of the United States, arAi i who support the freedom of the former flaye. The Of the,Provisional Governor will headquarters be at Greenviller New: Mexico 'l'erritory.-Sant a Fe. amendment to the people for constitutional ratification fllumprey, take her she i h yonrs;Jl tM
resided and had it home this I or -
freedom Dakota
shall h have ? ;a intended is the full, amplc.and complete 'I'errjtor3--Vcrnlillion. cannot withold consent.
; where all commnnrcationi rejection was lost my Georgianav-v< V
to him by a vote of
: State for one year next preceding the election freedom of a citizen of the United States. be addressed. mustj Cf>lorrcl; <> Tr-rri t f iry.-D en ver.Xevuln. 44 o ayes'against V when safe in the arms of ypiir HumphrcTTeu t.

and for six months jn ths county in which This does not necessarily include the privi The ; .-Carson City.2C'lo An nays. can defy thescbfKarid jeeiof thev****'' j-* V/
State eloquent
he offer to vote and who shall have taken of but it docs include newspapers will publish) appeal, memorializing Presi 'I then read
_i I may lege voting; the; idea this Proclamation till the election for dent Johnson to fefferson a little from tb&Ei*ry 3I n4"r .
---t ,* and subscribed the oath of amnesty, as of full constitutional membcrs'of -; guarantees of future possession the Convention. : performed at 3Iontgomery. Davl?, and Charles Clarke late including Uiis passoge )L'Ui wantsVbutiti1tie V :
I net forth in the President"Proclamation of and quiet enjoyment., Tho question here below, nor wants that little ." '*
]Intestimony.! whereof,! have hereunto Mississippi, signed by over four lohg1 : V
setmy.handand'seal thousand
1 Amnesty, of the-29th day of May, 1865, and of his voting is an open question proper 'Done at the to\vni Vf Closed : business performed at Jackson. dies, was read and approved Ta.V; ; 'a finale to thepccnc, dilivcrcdthefollowin r\: :

-a I if he comes within the exceptions contained subject for discuasionahd is'to be decided j \ Closed : business; performed at New Or- A resolution V exordium.:! "Go in pcnctfT *strt" "" 'o-" V V V V
[I' A oLGrcenvillc, on the20th of was
I! ; day'ftye adopted requesting tlie. V /
shall have taken said ; The
said Jcans.
in proclamation of
as a question sound the conyeii*, '. V President of the gen rousitzrnplney htyivplueed VV ; S
4 oath and have been specially pardoned by tion to be called. .a \ ofb"arlSrd186u vand or _' Closed. business convention to forward the, fifty check m ,
,. ,- p theJridependejicc'oftJrcUnited States'I jjcrformed at Little memorial to the President of cent in: my unwilling Pmr 1- V 5* -
.- 1 the President,.shall be entitled to vote in the TENTIL Upon the establishment, ota republican thejtunetfenthv : /V : :j'1ock. '- States. V the United .bade"the happy'palr ji'dnitl' itflr ,
; ;
>unty where he resides,and shall be eligible form of State govern ment jHicler" TitTrps If \ Closed : business ]perfumed) ..t Tallaha The convention JtfvvWimnl V r ; -T .- ;': '. V : ; f -i--
t a* a inemhcr of said Convention, and none Constitution which IL-JiVEEBJiI, ('c-fl.. gives their President the kVL. S .V VSS V
guaranteg -and. '* V5 V _
I >f.VcnL "Where th tterson offering to vote liberty to all jJLn'thtAs: alikev1thout.,secures' .the Provisional Governor: -' V;V ::1:1WILLI.MH. right to reconvene them when deemed 'ne* 'i1V ." -:* **>'m < T'IIL : *Sif \ SV f L ;-, S

iinieswithln the contained PKBnf, Pri vale'Secretary. _.. ccssar._. _. f 3H.H.Hissl&j
.. exceptions inlfieamu dhtinctieolor. there.will no Ion eer exist V l)1covcryofaTcIofJuno nt 'lom.Mention ----- __V---4. -V V -V Intelligent f TmieUnie ,
) <*ty proclamation, and hhah have taken -V __ oltIiei :
any impediment ihe'way of restoring .the I ICIICUL.tR. jr' ( V !

the amnesty-oath and shall have made application State to its proper constitutional -relations to .. was lately nade of the/ discovery President Lincoln,*nd $ _

1i to the President for.a special pardon the government of the Unitetl;States, nvhereny : IEiRriET'OF TILE IXTEIJIOU, j at l*<>mpril) of a templck Jima; with more The! following extracts from? that.comin events.Vinaj

I through tie Provisional Governor, and its people will be entitled to protection by GENERAL LAN OFKICE,July 11)), lt>Go. | than, three Hundred: Skeletons Those reniaiiw dent LincoloV letters to Gen. Banks one of' "res even' a

shall have been recommended by him for such the United States against invasion! insurrec-j i which crumbleu to duty} degrees as now of interest ai

_ pardon, the Inspectors Judges of the election thin and domestic violence. Numerous questions having aris 'n'as to I the they -\ver- brought to light," u ere those ofvomci ness of the President, as showing th&disinterested-" efrdded

may,in most instances,properly presume Given at Tallahassee Florida this 23rd day mode of proceeding to purchase public lamls, \ \ and children wlio had been buried on the Louisiana que i4 .
tion which he has ThedlsposedV t0 ,
j that such pardon has been granted, though, of August, 1865. or acquire title to the same by bounty land l lI beneath the burning ashes thrown out by the ever deeply at.heart : JSnorc tvdwuugt TxrreaUyjto V
EXECUTIVE meet the
.t owing to the want of mail facilities, it may WILLIAM MARVIN locations by preemptions, or by homestead, volcano at the; moment in which a sacrifice MANSIOTS greatjssue ofthqJiour jia V

r not have been received by the party at the Provisional Governor., this circular is communicated for the infor-1 was being.offered up in the temple to tile Washington, Ang; 5-, V.-18G men of sense and, arrived. Vat -
JAy dear Gen. tttnk? thlsconclaSionVasmb'QUIrgfivhich "
1I? time of the election. SAMUEL C. DOUGLAS mation of all concerned Queen ol' In order to title to lands tbe ,' While I know very well what. would V be .
Free white soldiers, seamen and marines, Private Secretary. acquire public to avert the terrible calamity which menaced tlie VV
a in the army or navy of the United States, August 26th 1865. following steps must be taken : j j1st the City- To the arm of one of those skeleton glad for Louisiana to do, it is quite a differ several counties,icrfrora an. p'nblisEecfll vM-- -ssacomparatively" V '

who were qualified, by their residence, to Application must be inade to the llejisterof ?-; ?, \\vhjdi, from the rich jewels with which ent thing for me to assume direction of the platforms ThI OR addresses. {V
4.: vote hi said State, at the tune of their respective [From the Savannah- 4-Heraldj Au V?. 4th.] the district land office in which the | it was covered, is supposed to have been that matter.constitution I would be glad for her"fc make aliew spcctable"vote", under ihrpugh'oj the t the4Stnte. .'very V e ., v;. ,

enlistments, and who shall have taken land desired may be iinated. j: of I the high priestess, was stilled attached, bya recognizing the Emancipation crrminstances. 'J'uuinj' '' V
By lie Provisional Governor of the Stale A list of all the.( land office in the United J Proclamation, and adopting emancipation places the "peoplo-hati b\kt sv *short. tfm'e imf :: % V -
and subscribed the amnesty oath, shall be of&oiitli Carolina.A I gold ring, a censer of the same metal filled % to .* V
: entitled to vote in the county where they States is hereunto appended, with the seat of: with calcined perfumes. This vessel is of,the in those parts of the State to which the few qualify.; T1epaji. :C.: f r

the different offices where it is the of proclamation does not apply. And while ,however thatJnot taken the V V
respectively reside. But no soldier, seaman duty form of those now used in the ceremonies of ; %
.;' or marine, not a resident in the State, at the V PROCLAMATION. the register and receiver to be in attendance, !I CathnUti churches, and is beautiful vorkinanship she is at it, I think it would not b&object ion- nesty that-doiiotintend oath ; add the KL-ijumber_! is very; sinalf : ( V

Whereas His President 'Joftn- and give facilities and information to 1 and inlaid able for her to adopt some praclible. system nftfxigoc1 faith V
4 time of his enlistment, shall be allowed to Excellency proper with precious) stones. There

vote. on has issued his proclamation, appointing persons desirous of obtaining lands. ; The statfic of the goddess is one of the most by which the two races could gradually live were havig .

FOTRTH. The amnesty oath may be taken me (Benjamin F. Perry) Provisional Govern The minimum price of ordinary public I imgniUcicnt relics yet found in that city ; its_ themselves out of their old relation to '"each' cluahificdVdecliued ulve .

and subscribed before any commissioned or in and for the State of South Carolina,' lands is$1 25 per acre. Tile even or reserved eyes arc of enamel,"and on the neck and arms, other, and both come out better prepared for neitherpart.nor 1 n the mattr' TIeir-.('

officer-civil, military, or,naval-hi the service with power to prescribe such rultfr and regulations sections falling within railroad grants are increased a.- well us at the ankles, are jewels and brace the new. Education of young blacks should an political aijroa.eljt&the pcrTes) were'tAo.ththIO{lefccat'e for sornear* f" '- -k '
included in
I cf the United States, or any civil or military as may be necessary and proper for to double I the minimum price, being lets of precious stones of the most exquisite the plan.! After all, tho power bo. Wetki'bbtqneXiQn

I officer of a loyal State or Territory, who convening a Convention of the State, com $2 50 per jicre. finish and( elegance of form. The peacock or element of"contract" may be sufficient scientious thieirMottes,VQt-JticJgo athir-cxtb:--.4VVV .

by the laws thereof is qualified to administer posed of delegates to be chosen by that portion -. Lands once ottered :il public sale, and not placed her side is almost entirely compos- for probationary period, and by its simplicity the sOlemn scruples, but -we regard it. -tht., ;y : .ite.r 5V
oaths. The officer,, administering the of the people of said State who are loyal afterwards kept out of market l 1)3' reservation, e.l of prec-ions stone The tripod before the and flexibility may be the betters* hour 'duty bfeverycltizen' in :ifliia rjTM' ; V

_ oath, is authorized awl, quired, on request to the United States, for the purpose of altering !- or otherwise, so as to prevent Tree competition alter i.-, like the censer held by the highjfl'ie.te"s. As .anti-slavery man, I have a ;moUye:; .mug stand to act/andnot by shlk'n fndirTerS7"**- 'V'cued -

to give to the person,flaking it, certified or amending the Constitution thereof, ,;may be entered or located.2d. magnificently worked gold. The to desire emancipation which pro-slavery.: thq'shlp, of State idly by'whtlebrealccrssurronud h | "!.%, .
do not -
copies thereof It administered to all persons and with authority to exercise within the JJy the applicant! filing with the register temple also contained lamps,artistically chased men havej' but even they have strong' and.JJxre3'eaJier destructioh. : -.-

applying at the different'military posts limits of the State all the powers necessary his written application describing the tract, of bronze, iron, silver and gold; branches enough reason to thns place themselves again come to Enough the pfvher and cjUzen's' ,Jxaweyer,have .-: .
under the shield of the Union rescue eke
hi this State, without fee. The taking of the and proper to enable such loyal people to with its area, the register will then certify to of foliage, vine stems, interspersed with flowers and to- thus Mississippi: find,herself rifony.months -'V 'O V '

path does not, of itself, operate as a pardon restore said State to its constitutional l rela the receiver whether the land is vacant, with and fruit of the most beautiful form.- perpetually hedge against the recurrence tof demand and Jn! ..positiontdT > V

't ( in cases where the party is excepted from tions to the Federal Government, and to present its price ; and when found to be so,the applicant The space: around the alter is paved with the ifir. scenes through which we are now passGov. -. iostbv.i maintain all V thpse. .rights;,notjiir, :. V

the general amnesty and needs a special par such a Republican form of State Government must pay that price per acre, or may splendid.mosaics in excellent preservation, has '" V 7.V V VV ; S
informed V 2
don. as will entitle the State to the guarantee locate the same with land warrant,and there and the rent of the temnie is inlaid with small Shepley toerTrhat 3tr.ADurant ; : V V_

\ It FIFTH. That the Judges of Probate in of the United States therefor, and its after the receiver will give him a "duplicare triangular blocks of white and purple agate. election is now taking of a registry-with n visr -* Lv.'v: V; of the.Aue1eux-D1seo-j- ntv'. #V V

the several counties, provided they shall have people to protection by the United Stales receipt," which he is required to surrender The spot on which the sacrifices were made to the a Constitutional .Cpnyen- !ompe4l. V S :>-4; : -
tion in Louisiana. This
respectfully taken the amnesty oath, or in against invasion, insurrection and 'domestic the delivery to him of the patent, is alone paved with marble. All the instruments If such Convention to me, appears'prop- Gigrs3rese-nger; of August- "'6; :'na's''r* f V
er. were to ask
: case of the inability absence of the Judge violence. which may be had either by application for used on the occasion were still lying my viqws the following;: V : Y V
I could little else : ,
L in any county, or his neglect or refusal to act, Now, therefore, in obedience to the Proclamation it to the register or to the General Land on a bronze table, and the sacred vases were present what I n6wV The.excavastipps JU PQ1J1)1S V
to I think the pi .
thing should be arqr.gpijBg ;
then the Cleric of the Circuit Court, of his Excellency Andrew Johnson Office. filled with a reddish matter, which is snpposil say you. pushed activity,. timulate by the 4 r

-:I provided he shall have taken-''the amnesty President of the United States, I, Berjamin ,3d. Itthe! tract has not been offered at pub t ( l to have been blood. forward, so that, if possible; its mature, taut'discoveries made'almost "eVei%impor! ".,'i., 4V
work reach here the
lic sale it is liable may by meeting of Con |epv .
oath, shall distribute.the poll-books and appoint FI Perry, Provisional Governor of the not ordinary private V and theqtantities/of gold and; silverfoinicM*'* V

; for the different election, precincts m. State of South Carolina, for the purpose of entry, but may bo secured by a party legally Km es ol Advertising lit New York. gress.For I think I VV .whichrmoreUiansnfiices4o cover thfedost iof-; ', <. & && *- ,
Provisional Government in qualified, his compliance with the requirements my own part shall not,,* in ? r
their respective counties three Inspectors or organizing a upon tbwprksjear! tebpla S '_
One of our friends desirous of the thej gf Juap lj *'
advertising any event, retract Emancipation la-. -. #
of the laws of the 4th pro V
Carolina the State Consti preemption
of South re-forming whjch'ah'accpunt *
Judges the election, who shall have taken in tIme columns of the principal mation Executive vas. recently .given, ,ha3 .
the tution and civil in said September, 1841, and 3d March 1843 and ncwspaperotNew ; nor, as ever return: to in Been -p
t amnottv oath, to hold said election, who restoring authority ; York city recently sent on enquiring. who is free brought 16 light a hbuse.HO Uloiibt"iriging *- V
slavery any person by thcTitenns V V
Bh&U conduct the be in State, do hereby proclaim and declare that after such party shall have made actual set -ll to V
I same,as near as may, their terms for publication. The following of that soznemI1obrmjvji :1t '
proclamation of
p conformity with the laws' of this State, as all civil officers in South Carolina, who were tlcment.for such n length of time as will show statement was received in Con or by any the acts of furniturejii pr iyory bronr tn fearblej i V ,
they existed prior to 10th 1861. inoffice when the Civil Government of theStjite he designs it for hid permanent home, and is response.It -- The cpuches of the uiEchliun
January will be) perceived that the prices charged IfLouisianu shall send members to' 'Con ; >,..jpc.dmmg.roPufare'esp&iaUy .-. V
: The Inspectors ot the'different precinct rfxall, was suspended iti May last] (except acting in good faith, building a house, and the increase of what Piextre'm6-'ricjjjies; (-'"
are largely on they were their admission to seats will
M soon a* possible after the. election, count those arrested or under prosecution for trea- residing therein, he may proceed to the district before the Avar. The reason is doubtless the you gress know, upon the respective Houses and; The fioor1mg nsists-I'an Immense'"teosalc,\\4 4 '_,.4
g012 8hall,- n taking the- oath of allegiance land office, establish his pre-emption well preserved in
certIfi increased value both of of the various parts and of ;whichL 'the flu
paper, not the President.,. ;, -', & 4
to law by his actual residence -
President's Proclamation according
tu in the proving
? prescribed Amnesty >s centre laid
materials of printing; and of obtaining Nearly J'jH- \ V represe\ts\! a tabj oai/or grand:Vj4fnner. : .
of 29th day of 3Isy,:4863, resume and cultivation, and showing that.hcis'otherwise In the -
fr1iotJ and correct information. It hais t&n placed Yours truly ;VV ..:V V V mlddl o ;)jarge dish,jpay,
J .I Ue agreed upon,*liaH convey Anti d Th Dulles t>f their officesrrand Joontlnne to' within the purview of.these acts, in hands for general thoUquar4'W ; ', V bcseerxa'pp6ridrd ptacpck 'vitf1 Its 'tail11 : .
ourj *
& liver, tnthout unnecessary. delay. the aald.ocrfifuite cbnrg4beintZzider'.th pr6vjgionijOofvizehs -Then he can enter thelarid at $1 &$,- either JCereanfo: append it. '* '' *'* '- r' : "" f <& spread out. and placea backctwwjth

M the and the linient tihl f'urthfr poIntthitit aii iuitdeJi wjth cash, or with bounty land warrant; r V' ; VV V f
poll-book ballo's, to. On the 2d, 3d pth and 7th'page3r.40 cent? 'aiiQtber4hirdlpIa9; } o nelegant. plamage S V V
V 4 *
!'f Judge of Probate of Ih'eClcrV -i: dokiiown unless the premises: should be $250acfe''lands. ; V'V Uh11htLIflPtKl. V V :
county, or to a.line, or$100 a column:1: ; ?; 3vs .: .IV ) : : V :. iArPundthenia.reiarraijged ,lob3fersidoc Qf" : V
1. : pf the Circuit Court whichever of thew that it Is thtof !l.11oyaleit In that; ''case' the whole purchase- whicH holds-iCblue? b
V On the 5th pae, $1'a line,>pr $200:!a 'col-;I 'A ''Paris cprrespopdent'writes egs.m'its'dawsi k'SecPnd1
'4 !, Y appointed said Inspectors!, The of the State ofSoutfi.CarolIria to'.ly'ffo prothpt- money can be paid in'cash, or one-half, umn.V -.z ". ',." ; .1 I bull fights have takenplace at JIon'Th&fiFStV an oyesterwhich hppear .tabtf fricasceclras;? l
I and'talje the6ath'of allegiance cash"the residue'with a bounty land warrantlJ4th. ; 'itis
,pr Clerk receiving: Bald certificatc&x : forward ; Bat if desire On theist page, $250 a column: V; : [ sanl JITjQ.appearance.of the firsf, .bull, crear opei andcoyere4tk; .thbnlTrcfM

Ir. >k and ballots,ehall.lhereupbn,with to the United States; before some'magistratebrjmilitary parties legally qualified On the eighth page BO cents niiieor$1' ted!a considerable knsailou! jimong. ..thpair"pprtionbf ; > Tat/ffm} and a'fourti a small r.y se fillcdl,, V
to obtain title under- the Homestead ''Act ofSdth.'Jlajv
on offlcer f the Go.vern- : i
call : V .with-with ?
'laneccssiry delay, to DwC assistanjCeJibte -' a'coluniiWeekly.Herald- : ''* -' V 5 :the spectator; ;pf'HvKomI fried'grasshoppers;. ext- 'ii' ;
XnhaDltants"havirig the mint' who be qualified Tpr adminisieriijg'tie. ; ; 1802, they can'dp son complyhig; >" many a7circleofdislies.of'"fish '
qtialiScatiya 1-a line.- ; ; interspersett %Rh 1's
I On
$ tppkflight at onca 'Tuesday'the -:
of voters,and shall ,publicly] ;-coiini V hs; and such are hereby, authorized to give with the enclosed circular, dated 80th October S V ; scene others of partridgeto-.hares .
V V r V V Personal, Matrimonial, Medical and A&rplogy |;waa jrery.brilliant, terrified ladies hayhigTocoyercd' ,;; squirrelsv : ;
the 1802. -
Ues and them Itli the1'p6UJ copies thereof to thd person's respectively ,
compare eftlficd VV advertisements, willbe'f: charged at their equanimity. t1IJia.q .tbcii, ; : V
locla. They'shall make and certiflcatei t by wbomutheYWere.madC. And such (The circular herewith,dated April ,164< : discovering. feet. TJ'Wn ;
sign '
lie rate of 75 cents perlinV that the first dayw toff withput'any serious comes : or sau -.
shows how in the naval V
(lthqtsultottheelection In niAgIstrita officers are liereby.required tpHg parties military or V S :-V :5sagofa1t'foh
their ktioicd
'coun i r
; TJfo )lines hverage nineVworda.V V I aceidentr Thirteen-bulls and sixteen horses
jwfjmlsh to each person elected one of adV tr4iit th nalsofeucUpaniXa as early;j jcoHvenTfint service ma3r whilst;Sn nctual-'duty) acquire : Oy8ttaV.fll'OliTclV.Whlchr in 'itsurfounded ? i1 ,: ,
thcacvo! :
'ft thefrUliof days'sl ughter.! 3Iaujllvfeland. :
4te&. The Judge or Clerk ,shall, *' &>:' ; ,: Th'Pepart 1 (;h4 Inceptive title wit bout g 6ing to' the dis1rctofihce -5. --- -. r-.. .. Jlamiel Per -' by a donblo circle or i :* > '* V V V

man, $ otatc1n: tl.VIty, off !; ; After entry the'soldier or sailor I 4 that
reputation."ami :
itappears 'i'
excused fromactua1rcsidcnco! a young -
TO J enveloped < V4tpd.J stands nqw.Lpndon gentleraanlt'who, has jnslt.Tey bles. Thc'walIsbflhe'trlclimuhrare cof.ef-*
who kUted lsfirst bull lasV
f71 V Snn-
:iu1 QqrtmSffav do furTher procbilri,1) declarejindkeJwown i'therperlod.after in which he may be in turned from the Department of.t ie; ::8ouUli* mataderp day,excited, great cnthnsiastil and this'oUth, cd with fresco-pitinllngft f'bircl tti'-? '

I 1"' rttK .d thatlhellohagers p'Elet1ois8t4te.po -actual service ; but when discharged must irhforms us that.Gen,;Saxtcm rec tlyt prdert; Tul ,fl yrs i game-and.JisJfr.6rj; 'kinds '
SancheyjBeems'deBtlrted to bethehcra
_.. < LI > ? ; : of ; -VUOi '<
-'! ill immediately on'the tract reside there,and .
Ui CaroIin\y go cd a rfiyiewoftl! contraband hoolsi, and whole; jnt.erspcrscxl Tvith .tlrawijogs'f *
The ; yhUfh-rf
f0turebull .fights. : ,
y the said for iStato Cprire cultiviite.for'theTcsIdue'pf: tile full'period of askcda Jfriends ita : arena: accommpdate Ihhil'a'.cliahnfirUi'er> '
U vcerttficaU. nG hc4dlU: m' ; gp judsee, 1 ; Ie2
? ; 4wOjnc.rsorisvaM !was crowd d to "exSdes4 / y. ji jIcribcv .- .-'-
SXft properly*WW and addressed, as itlon at, ..their.respecpiye, precincts' tmhe'jN ( five years from date of entry- The five year them.,: .At the V appointed,time.jthe i.examina* t 1mitVT esdtiy. f&I. Staplej'the'priginaior' On a fnhO.Vrflft! : rnrevp6d.: ;roryrf .--'- vRJj1 V '

'iiaath the newest .mUltary and F_ EirrEMH a. otxt,. 'ac? ;settlement is, an absolute, unconditional requirement lion came oft; Vj'l; children! .answered their, ot the.hideous idea of transplanting the V I and inlaid with goTd,' 'marble, tigatp; ftn '"i r-viS ,V

I t wthesanielo'th mmanaerno be the laws of South CarJni Ill torceroteeccsIon in regdril to,all person except as teachers' questions promptly and; properly;V Span1smmc2lt4c'rench -'V [IapislazulLwemihmuUunptf| >cau4till b. -
soil ,ia, himself con* -
T r$1irded to this o&ie : oftHlictt'Sfale'Hud* that: :Stated, as to soldiers'? in actual ser- Aftcr.tho regular exercises. werertPvera; ;; ( ,: % t- 1. V ..i1.gqpnmp .-. V
ta.uroinache and
p r Ineotmtiei la which there :ls neltheri a a1.Elecu9aD15tHct: in the St tale-'shall elect ,"yicewhp;; only- for.'their pcrixti Inwhlcli after'entry.theycRrc asketljjermissipn'tp.ask) ; them a, ;few, Distinguished of genume'tdreado: descends, In Iiitp'the the costume : )'. :- V'V '

iti :tttfied-Jcde of Probate;:nor a." qualified a Wnyniembert( pjrihe.ConvciUiori'as the in such service are relieved,; questions.; ,TlMjrequ< ilia.Ying;; been granted 'and a takes nlmself ..these? arena
part ;
tert ofthe Circuit Court, or in which .they V ialdpiBtrlct'hfts( roembcf3oft..th6; Hpuso ;ofRopresentatlves ..but with the positive requirement that after lie asked ;jj ; .V.Vr'- ; 'rrtimAO .v'.rtrtTVMM/lt >rt/v -
LzzjlegIect or refuse to flualified discharge they'must on the land and! reside Who Is thfcj balliaavIng killed
actf we yo. -the basis of representation go } UiQucoinmiijdcr{ oft D'eportr,
I :tl. we nereby authorized '"ipwsemble at,. be This Will Upon and uhtivfttdltnsVthelr h and ; I
Ip population taxation.. : 'a'rid II.
jj rft* and In lade *t Inv expiration of the five ; Gen. V V looking upfGK the:arena* .snorted.*der ,.;Vaptaui.__. ... Thp' ajl jsil. 4,
years A. Sax
comity,, gife one Jiundrcd and twenty-four; members, V. ton. ; V. V ;. V i 'fiSricc-hk;th'e-spectatorsV then rbunrd : .V.4; Afc. '3** v Ti iuVsee

Ketnd dert the Judge* of the felec? to} th&--ConVebtlon V numb'cr'guflicIcnUy; 5th. The law continues homestead cntrictto V Who is tbn1resident.VOIVtIOV: !United! States!? 'stni kii06llrigbi\tliirelaughtered'turnthg ;;
n' ok
7l who ShaflilaTe land and .although Jn certain V '- ,
taken th6amne8txbathi. lar e'tarcpreseqVevery poUIoii of thd .State1 surveyed ; ; A. Gen. Saxton. ?%< a4' h1QS
-w Who thall hold the election* conni tne :mOst fhfly.V; ; tat 8.tpnd1Tcrdtnrhs noUXUii the .subjoined Who made you ? .- .: ** of( atIap1aWIth&dlnepieib1OIiIi S S VV
V Vat1ptIothrlnc4cf
oteand 14 girelo the Jxrtbn dectodft certifli Dvcnr! loyal citizen who has taken tlieJA ifleity.OjLtb. V may? g a.m land* before eurfpnlyje8tablIsli C ;: ,A. Gen.Sax; .on.- -v t,-. *r-/l-n-- *> -!-(* frpm-ftl tnump\.Tremehd.Puiapptousq: csWdoubtnot burtt fprtE' U $ ,

f ofhUelecflojL ,OnebftheB: it> be: s and moll sHtHrtt :tteverceptedcjiaeoin ; their: claim; '; -At'thls' juncture lh'$ audlence'sraHed :atidi-- that tHirbtitttxcIttrd'mpre $ : V1z1I V
cLcto! dmi ed.b7iDahl V LuCmust) jftle>,lhclEi pr"e- and "' -' etilm? ; : ,
Iied President's Proclaoaatksn, -will' 4cjurn uey, bly, ieas n'ihlad 3 iIsm ,
:thaivtImeo.opnlaflaflIstdf '
j szl1_ ,onYe7otbatItIlititj7: Ijejentilled tbirotVprovidtd hetrfts aai! legal mpdt1op leCIaration: withIn ..threejnonthsnfer I VViviJf Y1 I "V thE V S

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Ihe orid1t.ui' : COMMENDABLE. V V Some friends at a distance,having express-, "THE,WAY'.TO DO I1V : UL&V DQrArn3 Au.Coa'&DCUW fl2S. '. -- ._.....WUBI.f. J Vs
U. .
: A young ,man employed in our office ,AI>ABJunxwriD L. $
as .
I a ed doubts 3nij
as to whether FPU
U. S. Marshal .
Rem We have received from a reliable source V .OXOMU,AND FJ. 1 ,
.. < compositor, in comL-g over the Florida Atlantic ington did 8 8. :- 1j;' and Gulf Central Railroad actually pack beef and pork f r't11e what purports to be the programme, including Butra.. 2. PBOCUUtlTIOX.BT THE t 18" .

,.;; ;'IlAOXSOBVIL'LE, SEP .. 9, 1865. r since a few days rebels, another friend has sent ust'toe- the "Obligation," of a secret political To tUt Fteedaaeir of K*<*Omlita, Georgia,and Fl4. The following ) tin P1.was fegue.1
had the misfortune
.',- to lose a trunk rably tbd'cut In portion of inycluty prpJ
containing that
"' ,,, '' well execi of one; of his shiriplastcrs society which we made mention sometime entering upon this afternoon :
f'w- all his clothing. *$ '"' f. '. liich relates yOtirwelfare,I deem i prop "
the President
with the
which failed
HESTORATIOX. : : we grace our columns er to few.words pf By of States of A
.: The I Careful inquiry and dilligcnt search failed this week:" As advertising! )is said to promote ago.We, publish the(document for the beiwfit of By ndr'to.ot Proclamation of P- CA 'lltri:1.::1.

.. course being pursued by Governor I to reveal the missing article; when, as'a last business,we publish this in hopes that Joseph honi it ( and commend U to Lincoln,the laws' of Congress Whereas, by my proclamations of the '

4 Marvin, who has the earnest and efficient resort, and without muchhope'of.success,the Remington,, "Forwarding and Commls.\iOlI may OJ'em, will l'of God,you-have ben declared: "forever and 24thVofJune, 1865, removing restrictions
the consideration the honorable ami
of Gen. Foster of high At new career it is in I part upon: internal domestic '
co-operation In his efforts to gentleman appealed to the officers fre e. the outs o your and coast :
of Merchant
reestablish the civil of I the and seizer and shipper o :cotton, minded voters ot Florida : important that you understand some wise intercourse ami trade, with the
government the State, Road, stated his case and satisfied those of- will find his very much increased in conse- of the duties responsibilities: of freemen. recently declared in insurrection, Stt

ought to be a sufficient assurance to the peo- ficlals' l a.t'14e loss was occasioned by the quence of this notice. V V, PURPOSES OF THE LG CJ: Your frt'duty is to go to work at whatever ides were exempted from the cerain of ar- "

yle.of Florida that the paramount wish and carelesness of tome of their employees. ,A The objects of the order shall be to secure the honest your hands can find to do;and proclamations s as contraband efe sid and J ._ f.

object President Johnson and his administration bill for the value of the missing articles Money Deposited before issued. election of truly loyal and upright men to all provide food,clothing and shelter'for your where the necessity for restricting trade in '

is to restore those States in which the Redeemable in current funds at Bank the offices of the State, and the mutual pro- faie !Bear in mind that I manwho,will s aid a.cle hasnow; 'in' 'a'jjreat-measure.
amounting to about tic
one hundred and
thirty- tection should not be allowed to eat. Labor csd, i hereby ordere that on and after ,
::" governments have been overthrown, to their five dollars was presented, and promptly of St. Johns in sums of Five Dollars. : of its members. is ennobling to the character r'If the first 181 all restrictions

constitutional rt<:iKons to the United Statesat paid. *. OBLIGATION rightly directed, brings to the laborer all aforeid be removed-1 the ice'declared V <

the earliest practicable moment consistent I We take The oath to be administered to every member comforts and luxuries of lfe.: The'only argument by thtf said 'proclamations"to b V
pleasure in recording the incidentas left to those who keep traband of'war, may be ,imported cn- .
of this
with safety, and under a Constitution which III League on his initiation shall be itoa
a gratifying evidence; of the fact that corporations follows slavery is, that in'freedom you will not work;- V sold in said Stt subject only t sh regu
guarantees and secures liberty to all the inhabitants do have souls. as : that the lash is necessary to drive you to the lations a of the Treasury may

alike, without distinction of color." V I, . .do solemnly swear and hereby cotton and rice field ;' that these fair 'lands 'rb *
To do this, a change in the oganic law pledge niyselfthat I will bear true and faithful which you have cultivated so many years In I whereof I have hereunto set my
THE WIRZ TRIAL.-The proceedings iu the :I gig d allegiance Cons slaver will now be left desolate. On the hand and caused the seal 'of. the United
of the State will to the Government and
be and '
necessary it is highlyI Wirz trial have been amended by striking 1'1.) i"J Jto S' of South Carolina, Georgia and States to be med V V

important that'men of some I from the specifications ,the names of Gen. rl slitution of the United States, and that I will where your brethren have been free; Done at the city of Washington this 20th -'

legislation and sound political views should I Lee, Seddon the rebel War et to the extent of my ability aid and assist said for three years, they have nobly shown how day of Augt In the year of our Lord t

be elected as delegates to the convention. Secretary and .... Government in establishing order and loyalty much better they can work in freedom. Over 1865, the Independence of the .
L. D. Northrup: rebel Commissary ot Subsis f-j forty thousand are now in cultivating .Unite States of Amerca'' the ninetieth
Our first choice throughout the State of Florida and enggd
candidates to fill the tence. I I to the soil, their being educated V JOHNSON.

4 high and honorable position of delegates to V .. this end that, will support only those men for i, and they are self-sustaining, happy and By thelresident :

-' that Convention, and perform the important One of our subscribers suggests that if thcpO'Irol f; the State offices who arc really and truly loyal free. Some are working for wages, other I WnXiAM, H. SEWARD. Secretary of State

duties of the trust committed t..t'_ to the Government I are cultivating the land on shares, giving
to uieiu L1 d hy 1omnGtnn."tz-:: .I of the United State,, oi e-haifto the owner. TOE TRI OF,JEFF. V

would be men consistent but undoubted as fast in the confederate soldiers stomachs M that :l will aid and assist all worthy mcnil>ora The agents of the Freedmen's Bureau will The trial of Jefferson:Davis will take place

union sentiments and antecedents. Not any: as his shin plasters do in the peoples pockets, of League to the sain1 COt and that ]Iai[ d you in making contracts to work fo fair before' a United States Circuit Court,'but the

of your milk and water weak kn ed 'sort 'OlI'u 1 one ration would have lasted a life time. :::tI will protect and support the character and I | wages for your former masters or others who particular one has not,e been degte.....
.oCt seems to be
__ may desire to hire you,or will locate you on The no
interests of to
leUOW8 --V V each and member <
nave been
blatant oCtheir'senti I
nuu every ;
against the fact that the Grand
small, farms of
TilE ? J.3 forty acres, which you I JuryoftheDinjct of
ments attachment, first to one flag and ?JiP all l unjust attacks from without, and that I I[ at an easy wit an opportunity cnhire Columbia some month found a'true bill
then another, and have to consult a memorandum TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 3d. \ i UJ. will not reveal or make known any of the purchase' at rate any time within threeyears. against him for treason fa send

book to The interest L. ?; doings or purposes of this order to These are splendid ing his troops to operate against 'Washing
see which oath of allegi- ofthe people is now absorbedby any person opprtunitie ton the
Freedmen, let not a pass I i summer of1864. The Grand Jury
ance they took last; but men who had and the coming election for delegates to tbnvention. ,-..J = f or persons except a member of the League some work for your day bands t do,'and do'It of court at Knoxville has indicted him V

have clearly defined ideas and co I I without the full consent or of with all for treason for there Davis
earnest con- Candidates are being named; It tlJ'\. I. authority your might. Plough and plant, dig haranged the
victions as to their duties and responsibilities their qualifications and principles discussed > the League for so doing. So help me God. and hoe, cut and gather in the hare Let ple against awlnst the United States p !
--. --- ._ t it be that where in I ernment The trial
:=:? := : ::=: = seen slavery, cannot
"' -- -- -- SPECIAL howe1e now
as citizens of the United States and have et -- ISTRCCTIO S. | wa take I r
; raised blade of of place in "
f c.'r a corn or a pound tht other
ability to ue Case in n Xutshell! -1etter of Gcu. Each member of this League shall consider ton tow any
comprehend the relations whicL _annoyance by people in the Joseph E. Johnston-Jib' Views on the in freedom there will be two. Be peaceful I place in the District, for the i

the States sustain to the Federal Government, remote districts, for want of facilities for Duty of the South-The Decision of himself the especial guardian and protectorof and honest. Falsehood and theft,should not reason that te"Tacy'oion" by the

\ and to protect the rights of their own State. taking the oath of allegiance. :Many come i Arm* 'Inal.W' the League and of each member of the be found in freedom; they are the vices of I death of not
- c take great pleasure in laying before Keep in good faith all your'con- : been fiflV As military operations y
Such persons may be safely trusted by 'men from a long distance for that purpose, to a same, and ever hold himself readiness slaver. the United-States
a were
remembering always
our readers the following letter from Gen. J. trcts and'agreements dir' by orders
of all shades of political faith and belief, to provost marshal and are compelled to be disappointed an especial agent of the League, to execute that you are a slave no longer. While guarding !'given from Richmond, it pr that the

... legislate for the best good of the present generation for want of the proper blanks. E. Johnston, representing, as vc are certainit its wishes and orders from within and without I. carefully your own rghts be a careful 1 trial will take place at Norfolk, Vii ,
This i does, the sentiment of fully nine-tenths of not to violate your Do unto other which event Justice i
and for posterity. If a sufficient num- inconvenience is felt particularly by Cha wi pride,
the entire people of the States lately in :rim -V as you would they should do unto you. a that-State is embrc the Cir-
ber of such men cannot be found as the peoples many of the poor class who can illafford, the In cases where you feel that you have been to .

representatives at this important junc- time and means to make such frequent visits. ,against the Federal Government. TiE ELECTIONS IN MISSISSIPPI. wronged, it is neither wise nor expedient to: citage V. V V V

ture affaire, then reliance must be had upon Governor Marvin in response to a call This letter will go far toward inducing Scenes at the Poll take redress into their own hands, but leave WAR V
A letter DEP.I
those who are still disaffected to return to to the Cincinatti Gazette from the to be settled by three Impartial Bureau Ret,
those who have held opposite views and sentiments from the citizens of that place, will deliveran Jackson, Miss. mater Lands'
their allegiance to the United States, and to ; says: fi both parties. In cases of difficulty WASHINGTON. July 12 1865
.. but have been alike earnest and consistent address at Quincy To-day (August 7)) '
on Wednesday next.:: citizens Mississippi has voted between white men and yourlve you CIRCULAR, \ .
become good and of the
_ in the advocation.of them, but are The family of Governor Allison, are residingat > supporters under the proclamation Governor Sharkey, should appeal to one of agents of this No. 11. ,S
members of
now convinced of their fallacy, and are alive that place.? The Governor's long absence, government : be committed the a convention to which is to I bureau in your vicinity, who may appointone Instnlctwruto. Assistant CvmrKutlontrs and
BALTIMORE 24. task of reconstructing the referee the other and other
Thursday, August one. .
party you Officer*
,7 to the changes produced by the war which is the occasion of much distress to them. The Fredericksburg, Va., Ledger, of Tuesday State. There was some confusion in the honld appoint a third, and the decision of Each Assistant Commissioner will be

their teaching inaugurated, and fully "accept There are other citizens of the State, who ,publishes the following I letter of General morning, to know where the polls would be the majority should be considered final By ful in the of care to ;"

the situation"in all itsbearings upon their were Cir more active in forcing the ordnanceof Joseph E. Johnston : established.; the old hustings are burned this easy mode of settling ]b have the office of his agent subitrc -
BUFFALO SPRINGS down. In a corner of the portico to trouble for sme. _pint J
and future condition and wel- now at large and ) the : may b avoided. ey ofacC the ruwtnla. nr t.
,. ,' past, present, enjoying the MECKLENBURG Co,,Va., Aug.17,1865. j" State House, in a convenient nook between a In slaver you only thought of to-day.I trict A -" -- }' ,. U<: "I

fare.Such privileges and blessings of citizens of the You ask my views of the future course and pillar and the wall, the judge finally seate. h to hope for beyond the present -I He will have at least one agent, either 4 '

men can be trusted, and no time United States. future interests of us al. The case is so plain themselves, placed on the table a \ you did not think of the future, but, citizen, military officer or enlisted man, in a

should be lost in making selection of candidates A great deal complaint is made for want that very little can said or written upon perforated for the votes, and secured themselves like the ox and the horse,thought only of theo 8UbstriCt This agent must be thor-
4 i it. against too great a crowd by. an iron food and work for the
'. day. freedom in his
for election o postal facilities I you ilcte He will
the State What
as delegates to yet. has become of dute b
,I \ We, of the South, referred the question at bar.The must have an eye to the and have a furihe" for
- < : Convention. I the Special Agent, who was sent down to reestablish i issue between us and the United States to the first man who voted was a "bmbproor' plan and object in life. Decide now what trc .will institute methods adequate l;

t _" r-. .\ : the,Post Offices? is the inqury on arbitrament of the sword. Secessionist. He had you are to do next year-where you are to o the wants of his district In accordance
.(r: V. I the arrival of every train from the East. The decision has been made and it is polls nervously for half an hour, and seemed plant in the spring, and how much-and in with the'rules of this Bureau. No fixed <.
-. .. FItOMTIIEINTERIOIL against us. We must acquiesce in that de- r when the vote was gone from him the autumn and whiter prepare your land pf I b for a district rte but
'", During the past week we have had the Another annoyance, is the management of the clsion accept it as final, and recognize the and safely,deposited- 'As he moved away a and manure for the early spring planting. in wag rlte prb fir in individual -

_ "". .. pleasure conversing with several 'gentlemen Railr,>ad. Freight is sent to the road fasterthan Virginia is again one of the United crowd place. oC A seven red-faced or eight persons took his After being..sure that you have planted sufficient agent wag gYe '

it can be transported the States. indiYidul,aldermanic corn and potto for food, then put minimum rates for his guidance By '
from the interior of the State, who are yet company Our duties and interests coincide.. ..W c_ proportions!!1r H >wed his;: way to the all the cotton you can, for these are hI careful enquiry to the ow hue of -

extensive planters and men of wealth and persist in running only tri-weekly trains each shall consult tliclTnT a d ero rp the other; T icjViit, and shaking his empty hand befor the the which wilL5gythe Bear in i ied man when the pay went to, a the ablcb-

influence, relative to the changed cond ion -"'*;*>. The ruuhli.fl. of lliiuu/u lrJti-l94ftefc=- by doing all \v e can to p te the welfare, judges, said "Know all men by the presents crop cotton is a the he will have a approximate of m value,

'-' >r.* lr', UI.d their plani and prospect, ? : sonville, improvement on the l&ld style, of our neighbors and to restore property to ter.", that I ht'e no heart or lot in this mat- more carefully it is reqllnt-nd o labor. He must of course consider the en
.' fo the country. / be the crop. Let the world see ere long tire of and be
I.- the future. They are on the whole into I *o through jjas>:strtigc o, but tu lilt/ 'Un"C4OQI1able "Don't wish to wi chang cirunitnc sure
snoOld you vote, ?
\\C that
ned L i ui once coin Icncc the duties of fields of South Carolina, Georgia and ha against
.., take a more hopeful view of the_c::: .. t on L hours of arrival and departure of the peaceful citizens by entering upon some use "I have conscientious scruples against it?" Florida white with this important staple,cultivated avarice and extortion. Wages io better be

; 4 thM we had been 1 ;Tpr from' the trains on this portion of the road,renders he ful PUIui qualifying ou'eIYs; to vote, if[ [He was formerly postmaster, and thus excluded -. by free labor. secured by aliens on the tops or land. Employers V

,. .".., : change inconvenient. possible, ( at tltTpolls 9ur votes should be from the amnesty] In slavery the domestic relations of man are desired to enter
exceedingly Steps
conflicting accounts that hate arc i cast for conservative men-men who understand "Is not your heart right?" and wife were generally Virtue, agreements with employees, .Into'writt

from time to time reached us. The great difficulty :' being taken by a Col. Stockton, to run a line and will maintain the interests of Vir "I am an old Democrt, and have the love purity and honor diregardcd ad women stated wat or securing an interests in forh

they at present have to contend with, of stage coaches in opposition to the Rail ginia as one of the United States. of Andy fully shed abroad in my were not required or expected. All this must land' crop, or bth. Allsuch'aeet
road. The Col. was well known to travellers l- This is the course which I have recommended hearty; but I fear it is not reciprocal with change now that you are free. The dome will be approved the neret. a

and the cause for apprehension in the future here in the before to all,those with whom I have con .Andy. [Exit.] tic alter must be held sacred, and with jeal- duplicate filed in his office. In case there V
is tEe disposition on the part of the freedmen; clays railroads were' versed, and that which I have adopted for: Next comes a short, stout Irish merchant ous care must you guard the purity of a wife, should be no agent within reach, the nearest

', to wander from place to place in the vain in vogue. By forwarding passengers as myself, as farjas practicable. who has opposed secession quietly, but stay a sister, or a daughter ; and the betrayer of postmaster will forward the duplicate of

of their promptly as he did in those days, he expectsto Very truly yours, ed here, kept on in business, and now has on their honor should b punishe up- contracts direct t the Assistant Commissioner -
hope realizing preconceived, thoughfalse his hands $30,000
throughpassengers in the J. E. JOHNSTON. in State cotton bonds, at to universal are advised for the State.Atenton V
idea oifreedom. Freedom, which to put same time __. present worthless. With emphasis he votes to study, church and out of it,the i specially called to section four
the role
their minds,consists in having their immediate : as railroad company and far more comfortably. ) REOKC1AMZATION, OF FLORIDA. that ticket which promises to commit the of the marriage relation issued ,from these V of establishing the Bureau, with regard -

physical wants supplied without the V fleeting at King's Ferry of Loyal CltlZCIIN. convention to abolition, hoping they will headquarters. Colored men and women, to setting apart land to "every male citizen -
S Want of newspapers has compelled the Speeches by lions. E. I). Tracy give some value to that sort of money he prove by your future lives that you can : whet'er freedman," &c.,and
necessity unremitting labor, and the practice and H. B. AToye by Major and holds s largely. He is a practical businessman virtuous and b the refug is i
to'raw largely recommend when it
their pur.No
: people Nniith.FERNANDINA
on imaginationsfor
: of and the exercise of care or Jr. and understands clearly the be
economy necessity people can be truly great or free with can ,between private Already -
:' forethought for the future. Experience is new-s. Some startling reports arc set, FLA., July 23, 1865. of recognizing the facts of the case. That out education. Upon the education of your many farmers have prie '' to /

:. said to be a good school, though sometimesa flying through through the country from A meeting of loyal citizens of this county party wiuch' would not remove the carcass of children depends in a great degree the measure freedmen and rfuge. This course is a recognition -
he does
this source. A war with Mexico and France: was held some fifty miles from: slavery not believe would be willing of your success as a people. yourchildren of principle in thelaw. .
dear one and the,next six months will yesterday do else 8d. '
this town to anything useful. to-sehool In order to enforce the
is the subject of wheneveryou fulfilment of con- -
this medium reorganizing V. Deny
daily published of
probably add much to the stock of information by news the State. About one hundred and fifty Another had taken the oath, but left it at yourselves even the necessaries of life to keep tracts on both contracting ; the Commoner -

necessary for: the planter and his late A party of examination :went out last week of the most respectable citizens of the I j J home, a few squares away. He was told that your boys and girls at school, and never allow of the Bureau Pe no

b slave to understand their relations over the Live Oak connection with the Savannah county assembled, and organized by the he could vote without it He protested stoutly them to be absent a day or an hour the;Assistant Commissioner? ge-
rights and Gulf road for the choice of Hon. E. D. Tracy, formerly Pres t-9 j that he wouldn't turn on his heel to get it, while it is in session. privileges and authority he already has
and duties under their new ,talu,. purpose taking: dent of the Florida Senate, as Chirman. but after having gradually and slyly] Your liberty is a great blessing which ha Provost courts, military courts, local courts"where V

.. preliminary steps,for establishing a ,continuous The meeting was significant in these facts as out of the crowd, he took a bee-line move been vouchsafed to you, and you should be the freedmen and refugees have equal

BrstESsPROSPE'TS., line of communication with this place illustrating a deep interest in returning to the house, brought it quietly, and, when unobserved patient and hopeful The nation, through:; rights with other people;a open to his

and Savannah. Large quantities of cottonre' fold, among the strongest men il the county,, deposited his vote. He had a near this bureau, your cause in hand, I the great majority of,cases his. .own. arbi u \
The business prospects of Jacksonville are of whom had relative who was a candidate. and will endeavor to do or that of his _
j being shipped to New York from St. many come twelve miles, and' you ample jusice.- tment agent, o the stle
: decidedly improving, several new buildings some farther, to be present. Several quiet countrymen, owning, former. Tf you do not obtin all your rights V : refee.will be sufficientV

1 .: 'are in process of erection, and new business Marks, shippers finding the long and danfe Aft a few remarks bj3Ir.. Tracy, he pro ly, perhaps a dozen slaves] each, gave their be content partand if you act rigbtlyal yea i No Commissioner authorize -
I gerous around Florida raise the "old votes in silence. will in time. to tolerate o'agnt i
firms ire themselves herewith passage Keys preferable flag, for which three come good Try t show ,r la
:. establishing to the uncertainty of prompt delivery and cheers were given ; then the Rev. 31i r. One old man had ridden twenty-eight miles; your good conduct that you are worthy ,of: except for the legal punishment of
plenty of new goods: The music of the re-shipment Jacksonville. Emerson called upon God for his blessing (a man votes anywhere in the county), and I all, and whatever may happen let no uneasy _Suffering may result some cme,

-, and drum has given place the more cheerful on this people, and his protection to the flag taking from a huge wallet a package, careful spirit stir you up to any act of rebellion r ,ering is preferred. slavery extent. some

sound of the carpenters hammer and saw,.. V. --. which he had s wonderfully preserved ly unrolled in.which his he oath had from the numerous pa against the GO'ferment Strive to live dow deg the necessary.consequence'of Ct
[FOR THE FLORIDA :U IOr.J) during the last four years of trouble. pers wrapped it,and handedm L by your tre loyal conduct the aton the I
which are being vigorously plied, and we' i his ballot. wicke ofcr'shoid ;fo-
: JACKSONVILLE A commite or citizens of the county proposed lie and weak invention of your get that ,
enemie -
hear,of several houses and other buildingsthat ,September 2,1805. following resolutions: An ex-lieutenant, formerly on the staff of a L in any event you would rebel against that proper consent,lie apprentieshlpwithout

are being,framed at the mills on the line Mr. Editor :-Will you do a favor to the WHEREAS, citizens Nassau county, hav prominent about for general, after looking furtively Lr Government and people which have srcrific-, ((1. e.;either holding the people by',pna,

J : ....., of the railroad preparatory to being transported : traveling; public by allowing me to complainof ing assembled once more under the stars and a the while, when few were near, ap- ed s many precious lives and so much treasure confining tl e mtot consent'to the land.
of the Union proached polls, spoke in low tones left in '. V V '
stripe therefore your cause. Could, you rise even by any system,) tolerated.
-- : to town and erected at an early dii r- a'grievous inconvenience to them on this Eegolvcd, That we bai with patriotic enthusiasm his ballot, and hurried away. against those who oppress you or against ,'a I The Assistant designate

r-i ,Altogether we,think that the prospect is'very end of the line of railroad;coming into your the return peace and good government An cx-coloncl comes forward to the front L Government which has give you a right to one'or,more of Cmmisqnerwi eralsuprtndenfoshoo1 .
gi encouraging and that by another spring few city.It: is this: instead of procecdingimmediately and pledge ourSh'e to labor can as the gallantly field, with as all ever the he led a charge on the yourselves, your wives children,and tak' ,(one a for each'
easily for its re-establishment nonchalance he cancommand I en from the overseer, the slave : '
permanent you
to the depot and delivering on ,trader .
::_ traces will be left of the disastrous and destructive baggage on a basis that will secure the best interest'ofev by rapidly whiffing his cigar,and I the auction block, and broke, the will work'as'much possible in TScc

.,. fires, and the other ravages.of,,war, I. and allowing: passengers to get offL on arriving citizen. falls back without uttering a word. forever? I have no, fears on dver'swhip V I:with Stt officr a

that have driven, the people from at the switch, the engine is turned round, Resohfd, That in Andrew Johnson, Presi- accosted A venerable rbl drws m'aris gayly and trust you to show tbo who have, boygroundless who'mayhvesho1mtter el can

4. and laid in ruins the fairest portion of what- care'switched off and the train made regular dent of the.United States we recognize a ; old '' they are, that you are wiing adopted for a Stte. it is well stem; if dot, he
enough toot ?
true friend of Republican Government and "Ac you < to leave your in the hands of will at ,
; let cognizance of
for V caus all 'that
1y "
ready departure
has been and what at will up next morning, so, sir.
no distant day, we approve his action toward the reconstruction eminent cherish in your'bear the 'beu, -3one to educate refugees ami freer! i ,
be again the fairest city in the South. consuming fully an hour's time. When I aUI of our sister State. "I can prove you are not. i craverful spirit the trtin faith.t secure proper and i: V ,
"How will
I this is,arranged to the satisfaction of those I! The bein unanimouslv" _'n --- yoU do itt" in God's good providence,which has- ers,promote protiotoOlg .
ncnn "General meho'ad efficiency, correspond -
concerned-meanwhile the the lon. S. B. Noyes, Fer- Lee. surrendered on the 9th of ed 8 many of you in your darkest sust. with beoJet agencies'

Since this port:was re-opened, about three infested. passenger car be- nandina,, called on remarkl. He Aprl"Wel.'" .The Assistant Commissioner and are supplying : ad aid the w.ic

,- :4 months' since, there has been shipped from comes with swaggering' ,t swearingand sid he esteemed it an honor to be thus called ", is of this Burn l publish thi IAgevi Cmmsioner in,'.feld his tt re
; :.,J, Jacksonville about six thousand bales of cottonfullyone impudent soldiers-the train moves on;he was a stranger them.but as a citizen, "Good./, 7th of August. the thee .States, administers t f'r' '

1 --: :..' majestically 1 down to the depot and, permitsthe in a meeting lke this under the flag of ourcountr of the Gospel a requested to have Surgeon C.W. Horner:Chief Medical V
"Twe law
... third of it ,long staple three he requires you should O-
.. ; passengers to get off and claim i their among brethren; the people !' b twenty it read in all the curche where the freed ficer of the Bureau will have th general
hundred and eighty thousand, feet of ,sawed is :' baggage : would find in Andrew Johnson, n men are ambled. R 8AXTON. iervistoiofnjedical matters !
.It' trying all
t : > lumber;; nine hundred ''and thirty-one sticks enough, conscience, true friend of republican liberty, in whose "When V Bvt-Maj. Gen. Ass't. Comm'r; refn ees and J
r. ; t square timber; eeven hundred and ninety speed of twelve to fourteen miles be safe. agin. S. W. SAXTON their medical u.
.. ::, an hour, on ." V ofc a theybar.. <-rncted '
sticks cedar; one thousand and twenty-seven ,The President then Sears Bvt-Maj. and A. D. C others officers .l
; the hardest kind of.seats,,without. ,compelling introducc1Iajor "You are,then instead of ; the, medical depart
'I barrels tar; ,twenty barrels spirits turpentine Engineer of a twenty-one ment self-supporting tar 5
; Clncb .ear as 'a possible. ,
only four
him when within months old
a short
: very ; distance, of long-time citizen Florida, who ; you can't V All'
.( two hundred. and twenty-two barrels crude destination (fo loose ah hour: or more to the meeting with earnestness at adres [He had resige a Federal vot-take a I DrsimOuismn VIs ted:to public_addresses discontent of a ctefcaI t.
: turpentine. : Dr. Smith of lengh. ] GEO. MEADE, R-Major.Gener: oat' ar' ;
"'-. suit the convenience of Georgia,made a '
anyone._ bur Commissioner and
S. ::: The best judges estimate the : Ixnafic!; .j V In two hours one hundred and three votes Division of the'Atlantic, Brevet Major-Gen "
'' quantity of, an erroneous ,notion that.I,,have taken TeaA' V had been polled and eral A. S. WEBB ant; must explain;;by constant reii (
.::;;;: ; cotton in the State at the time of the up, A cld dinner, with hot coffee, followed good humor Inptor'Gnel, Brevet ,UOn1itrhncIples laws and of
surren. but I used to think and ,Now, I could write Brigadier General rg.alioI
BO now, that railroads the meeting,adjourned.I many ugly R BATCR Chief thiaBureau, to all w
der at 20,000 bales;of this quantity probably were instituted for 'the'.contenience have written 'without adjectives; there I the antecedents of many who thing the Quartermaster, Brvet. GEO.' pe I < i
V fully one half has already found its way to V of was no enthusiasm the: but truth is, it won't do to insist to closely MEADE: ,A. D..C.:, General MEE,.' remmende t Qomnffe&fcaer
market by the,way of St. Marks, Pensacola I the public.' wf-ong,'forf it,seems tberewss that profoundattcntlbnand among deep, the past, but,look sharply after the future staff,'arrived here last Monday St.sip .be publicly. wtng.'a's' ry to

,Apalachicola and Jacksonville. to ine that,the one. t 1iuestion. suits, Its own quiet earnete that was better than nois. V ,i,_ .* < WiXiaw P. Clyde. V ,throughout their respective*dii
convenience., I hope Mr.Editor this nuisance some the citizens who suf-- ;The red'River expedition MEADE is,on a tour,of. inspection S : HOWARD
was a real attack and observation his ,
is not bat dtbatowwl1treadthein fered by the war; an'absurd bitterness toward of"the worm. V through large command, HajorGeneral
army : on the cotton Commissioner.
Our friend C. : : -Lincoln exists for, the crop: whose souther: boundary is the VS
Captain K. \
'. ,' led Leiby,who' fora lecture,in your "own peculiarly i :forcible? ((* style, I Proclamation,'but the feeling is Emacipation'I by no means A man Burlington, Vt., has eloped with River._ Wednesday, in Svnn Barnum's late property in'New" York has

; : Ao __ the position :of District ,which they will: disregard. ... V >,' .0.. : general?.there is a considerable body of men 'three women..His friends are. anxious for ':Major-General' Q. A. GILLMORE:and staff the gome into the hands ofBenneUoJtthc( ralfl. ,
,? ; ?,9*"* Commissary, has*t dtoMspost'aftera, ,[Our correspondent inforcttte enough"man in the county who refused to honey-fugled safety. h entire party left for Charleston' 'and.aAou! pasted from a big humbug to abigi> r one. '"

',: : f": short leaTe1.1 of. absence: looking hale and conscience,'but'we have_ heard:similar! complaints or forced into Jeff Davis'; armies, .and who One of the costumes at., a watering place South.places in the'. interior of theV'Stai(, ,-New" 1ir Jon : 5. :. 1.;

.;t. hearty.7Wp'tlendetour. :,' V from! seyeral parties.., We. .presume have been part oftheVwarVthese under national, protection men are deter-thegreater fancy ball"is described as "a lace shawl" and kins.The PniB : teller, J'n* :,
V ; diamonds. V V
I' 4 : "" p -. V j V V V however: inconvenience: \ Jls only,tem mined Cool AGera is of ,opinion that 'the' ; :JIOT\T\ 'much money \ t
7 tolJvetheir infuen c-Prt Royallt'C pap ,he had for "Ir would 'make theofficers
.. take : j
V thanks to Mn D. Damlanlbra''libe porary; for we are satisfied that the South, Aug.19. A witness in the Police Conrt at Troy; a hanging of.M is mp1nentar'to of, fe bad.'* T,nderbeart''edJeukinL

l r V ( L rovppj[ of nice fresh! i oysters of the J'O'.1d''are'd ng': managersV in V V___VV few days sinceanswered "no", so' persistent the sex, a it a'recognition V orrespni ty: 'fet -. ,
their VV of V 11

k ,"V VV V .. None(of yonr Kin baked:.raccoon affairs; but, power, with.the limited everything meansauci, ,:facilities' V General J/Gf:Swiftwho died last week in of ly the to questions Judge.were put excited to him,,thct and the on suspccions, Col.,women ., ,I :\Jew8t1eorCde! \\a evap- f
making calls
Wade gm1b
., : "1 3'V the rea. luscious bI.'ValVeJfresh" from their, at'their command, to accommodate! thetrav.ellngpublleEn. NewY' rkaai1w. first' cadet ever. appointed inquires he'found the fellow was .a ,Dutch ihepreuxchaalienot Forney Hampton .one''o > in jeceiyersfroin -, 1
to" west,Point.. He entered the 1
: : : did But sme air beea exhaust ,
not *
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FLORIDA UNION I If I The Markets. [ADVERT ISEJIZST.] 1 I JNO.S.s.tnrIS&cO.- "! -. [omau-3- -- -,.r *:: !

To the Public. .

rrEMetfED EVERY SATURDAY Yon jXo BY I NEW YORK, August 31st. W ALOO. September 2, 1865. Commission Mercha.nt. .: Laws ,of the United Spates, ." 7'J'. 1

J. K. S TIC! K N E Y. 1 Gold .....143nl44BliEADSTUFr It !ill an unplcasint task for a man to publish his : BAT ST., Jacuo3ypjL.,'. VlStXD At Tnt s-EcoNDflesTo Of Tint Ii

: TERMS- : ?. own misfortunes to the world ; circumstances do WILLIAM JEFFREYS, DRY GOODS STORE. TaIRTT-mGHTu-coui. : .0

TCJ Pull "I"!* Annum in Advance. Superfine $tte t mul w* tpni flour.. ., .f 5 10 a 7 00 sometimes require an explanation of facts that an innocent C o in. m i H K ion ME erclinrxt.r CJLUTZa cov o f

So subscription* taken for li '" than Thro* nv>nt1ix.kingl EJtn f\latf'.. . ... ... .. .. .. ...723745 I sufferer may, to some extent relieve himself J.\'Jsn Fta. To enable the agent of the Taakton'Sioux to ftItOte' .1
; *copies five cents.T ____ I to the friendly members of laid tribe tbe and pro
CtA1 ,nkeStaie..1 50 a 'j 65 from censure and a* far a right and proper expone the __ r.
petty and proTWou taken from them by the troops of
EETI9i X Ci; :
Common to medium extra WeMTn 7 30 a 7 90 V*Yecutor. Mr. M. A. Williams of this I'laN:as the FRANKLIN DIBBLE, ihe United: States ten thousand dolUra.
n o JolUn rr *l complained the of
to superintendent
the .r, for firnt insertion Extra round hoop Obio.HGO a 900Vfctern I <'onlnlil.Ilom Merchauf.JArKPOTnLLE FUR1'URE &
..vupylne MUMpa> : One .tc.. <. Dakota
Territory, under the direction of Cte President
H.illar for.>*cli sulw'ut insertion. \\ trade ) : .910 10 90 military authorities of the loss of a quantity of Cotton ."T.A.
to negotiate a treaty of peace and amity with the bos. I
\liberal Hlncton: made to permanent a.dn.rtiI'PMI. I Common Southern .... .\ .8 90alO 00Faucjr from a warehouse in Waldo, and caused the subscriber I l roaucc purchased, or advance in Cash or supplies, tile Sict1. and other hostile tribes allied with taeia, .

JOB P1tINF1NG I and extra .1010al375 to be arrested and committed to the Guard House In made on consignment to C. B. Dibble, New York. twenty thousand dollar*. *

: 1 a c 'fry ft J 1.. neatly and promptly executed. I t C ommon Canadian .7 30 a 7 75 Jacksonville. When committed it was under charges HILTON A RANDEXL For the of proviaiona transportation to tin and Indiana neceisary wioln expenses the Utah of euttventytivo delivery -- .

Good to choice and extra..7: 80 10 75 to be preferred. Day after day passed. before the WHOLESALE GROCERS. perintendeuc. .thoo&uid.. Ate, hond/e ...

P TAXATION ix MI -Go Ire flour (superfine). 50 a 610 cbarpts were preferred, and then week after week ar;
ISSIPPL ,. Sbarkcy, I 19.1 Bay Street near Barnard 04 Ury of a special ajenj to Uke charga Wlnne-_
Corn meal, Jersey..4 rolled slowly around, and the prisoner languished inthe bago
the 17th 90 500 an
of3lissis.ippi. on issued an order a SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 'tbwaon.i Indian DusT Li the ttate or

taxin;? the j oople for funds to meet the e\- Corn meal, Brandywine.... .... ... ... ...5 75a- Guard House. I need not describe my situation I Are constantly receiving per steamer from New Wisconsin abegnache,onc..oo&Uld Ban ., .,e hundred

{u-iulitures incident to the assembling of the Corn meal, Erandwinc.puncheons. 00 a there, bad enough and loathsome enough, Heaven York;the largest and most complete assortment of ten in.statulena for"the Utah n.'n.-1'or the .fttU of

State Convention next month. The- followin Corros-Tlie market was fairly active, and prices kn un. Yet, I do not wmpfcun of the law 'r any lawful I I Groceries in this city.N. CHARLES SLACER, direction or the Secretary ihase w U.e ofgooda Interior unJer the
? an- the main provisions of (the order : for all dcsiSiplions. though not materially changed, l proeeoilingH; but I do protiat against M. A. Williams B., promptly--Orders filled by ,mail at lowest, accompanied market price with remittance and article.Uty-three.treaty of October and Senate se.uth. eilh Il per hundred

1 On every lry; goods grocery or 1rvi'iou were rather more steady particularly the inferior and or any other person, causing the arr<*st of :an innocent August 12 1m twenty.fifth, ejgatesa hundred Al1Q d'-nt< or March ten _
store, and on every commission or common grades. The sale comprised 2300) bales. party, and compelling that party to undergo incarceration thousand dollars. y-toar,

auction house or establishment, the um of \\'e quote : for weeks, and then not produce any evidence I.. J. r.rlLMABTlX. oat FLASXEBY. E. W. DKCJMOSD For the aane for tLe year ending thirtieth ui j'np f'

tifly dollars of the L. J. Gni.JIARTIX & ('0., Bay Street Jacksonville eighteen hundred and, tea thousand Oov
I'l'lanX. Florida. .Vnto'-. .V. 0 J T. guilt oftbe accused. Although innocent Fla., lar*. -
:i. On e"erydrinking saloon, bar room or Ordinary. S8 38 9 of: the charge perfL JTed.and ignorantof guilty" party, GENERAL SHIPTING, For the first of ten inttalmenUt for the purchase of

place: where intoxicating or malt or brewed' !Middling .... .. 45 45 40 46 1 was detained for weeks in a military prison, and all on COMMISSION AXD FORWARDING MERCHANTS, provisions under the direction of tie Secretary of the .

liquors ire retailed, whether licensed or notfifty Good middling. ..48 48 49 account of M. A. Williams for the Interior,tea thousand dollars. _
dollars. 50 charges originated: Xo. US Bay Street HAS JUST RF.CEIVF.DA For the ame for the year ending thirtieth of J.Dlt..

--- -- with him. Thi conduct demonstrate arly to mymind O xxii/c the City fluId, Savannah, Georgia. eighteen hundred and sixty-fire, ten thousand doQan!
.:;. On every public inn or tavern excluivc that personal malice, and motives For the purchase of fire American sUUious, pr ninth
mercenary Partkular attention given to procuring freight, and "
of the) tax on hIP bar R. T. HAZZARD & CO. article treaty seventh October, eighteen hundred and
room. twentv-tlve
prompted him in this proceeding.Xeaily | filling rders for hard pine timber and lumber, cotton .ty.threeand Senate amendment of -filth
I wool, hides, A.C. 1m August
eighteen hundred
four month have passed bince the and sixty-four, two thoos
alleged __ _____ .
4. On ('\'ry billiard table bagatelle table i and dollars.
or o-ht-r game not prohibited by law, twenty loss occurred, and no evidence yet i; priiluerd ercept ROBTTtT ElfWIX. CHA8. ?. HARDZE. For tue Drat of fire initalmenta, to be applied for the

.-five dollars. perhaps a slight conversation in jest. I ERWIX .3L IIARDEE. I.: purposes cl agriculture, and for the purchase of farming
:r. On taurant or Unable in any other way to explain that, and to exonerate dollars.
every public catinf I COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, 1 1I For the same tut the year ending thirtieth of Ju4a .
house. twenty-live dollars. myself trom the unfounded implication, I am eighteen hundred and sixty.five,ten thousand dollars.

; 6. On (\\'en-transient trader or dealer in willing to submit to an enlightened public, whether or I KAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. For insurance transportation and general ioeiden- .'I ,

jnerrhsndi- or produce. who i: not perma- not my treatment La b on riprht and proper. I August 1m HATS CAPS. BOOTS, tAl stock expenses five thousand of the delivery dollar of. goods proviaona.aotl

. ncntlr located in the State, hn>nty-fi n dollar STAPLE DRY GOODS, I am proud to say, that here, among my neighbors Wiunebago aDd i'ottawatomie Tn Mq. Wisconsin.

*.. l and fellow citizens that have known me long before I i j CAL.DWELL MORRIS, To enable the Secretary of the Interior to take charge
'; ;. ( > broker M. A. Williams & SHOES, WHICH of certain stray band of Winnebaeo and PoUawato-
n every exchange or banker, ever saw me, that this is the only effort .' SUCCESSORS TO BREWER & CALDWELL, mie Indians in the fctatq of Wisconsin, ten thocxand

: or banking: establishment twenty-five dollars. made to perse my character for truth and honesty dollars. '

"..J REI D'S BLOCK, BAY STREET, and that I can re'pel the foul assertion, by the opinions ,I COTTON FACTORS AND GENER\L COMMISSION Chippewas of the Mississippi nd Pillage and

*. On. every bale of cotton taken nr sent of the very best men in the community. I MERCHANTS HE PROPOSES TO SELL ON AS REASONABLE Mtnneaota.Lake Winnebagoeh-For this>h'Banb amount of to Chippewa be applied Indiana in pa in,. r

1t1 market, one dollar. September 9-Itp E. P. PASCHALL. 20 Old Slip. New York. meut towards the etilement of claim* for depredatioo
-. t committed by said Indian in eighteen hundred and

Ilie Confederate Tire President A. II. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. x OTU'F. I H. B. CALDWELL. | B. C. MORRIS, JE. TERMS AS WERE sixty two, per third article of the treaty Hay seven. "
StepbertN and Io<*tnia!ter Urn oral eighteen hundred and sixty-four for the present fiical .
) K Mn at Fort Warren. The friend of Hon S. L. BrRIUTT, announce his I I August 5 <5m year. twenty thousand dollar

? rFrnm the Uoston Traveller name AS a suitable candidate for election ai delegate ', For this amount to be paid to the chi l..i of the.MisUaippi *-
f August 1.J)
to the State Convention. : WHISKY FOR S L&By .i baud of Cbippewa upon the ratification of
There are now but five prisoners at Fort I Ii EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET, this treaty per third article treaty May *eren. igMeea

Warren Viee-Pre4dent i Stephens for the MACHINE ShOP ORDER) OF TilE COMMISSARY GENERAL OF hundred and lixtJ-four.lDr the preseni fiscal year, ten "
AND FOr3fr RY. i Subsistence, will be offered at public sale, at the I thousand dollars. .
la-t ten days has been relca.-ed]
from close THE subscriber having located in Jacksonville, is ;, Depot Commissary at Jacksonville, on Monday the For this amount to be paid to the chief Hole-in-the- _
confinement. and i* permitte l to walk GROCERIES, ': o execute any orders in his line of 11th September 1865, 18 bbb. of Whisky of the | Day for depredation committed in burning his house .

wlicre\cr he pleases in the fort between re- business with nratneis and despatch. i quality marked Diamond "B." Sale to commence at At Wholesale and furniture in ejguteen hundred and nxty-two, per .
\eilleand retreat and even ascend the JOHN CAID : 12 o'clock ). Terms cash on delivery. I & Retail. third article treaty May seven, e&hteeu honored and
ram"p P. S.-A fine Grist Mill is attached to the premises C. K. LEIBY, Capt. & C. S. gisty.lour, for the preoent fiscal year fi'e. thousand
rt He i is always unguarded and seems SHOES, in running order. September J-tf ;' Sept 2-2t. i dollars. -

u appreciate hi* relief from his dungeon.- For clearing stamping, grubbing, breaking and _
Another prisoner I i.* )lr. Ueaan.' the late conlederate FURNITURE FOR SALE. NOTICE OF CO-PABTXEBSHIP. planting on the reservation hereby set apart lor the
Postmaster General. A third i b HATS, i IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CO PART. PRINTS. Chippewas of llis ianippi, in Iota of not ]es than t nacres
NOTICE each. for the fire bands, fourth
fhaI'llhe I ban this day been formed by the nndemgied per ar
hirt', formerly one of the tide of treaty May seven eighteen hundred and situ
supervisors A LARGE AND for the transaction of a general Mercantile Lawns latest '
of Brooklyn. New York, who is in EXTENSIVE TOC'K. i and Commisaion Business, which will be conducted styles, four,tor the present fiscal year, seven tboaaaod five

clo-e imprisonment for frauds perpetrated in FLOUR:, FM-TllVITt'ItTi: 1 under the name and style Savage Haile.GEORGE hundred doJars.
SAVAGLEDWARD Organdies For this amount to be expended in bnildiog for each,
the : department! his sentence being JUST RECEIVED UN HAILE. I of the chiefs of the fire baud of the Chippewas of ilieissippi -

-ix months imprisonment and fine of $2.000. CONSIGNMENTAT I i I Gaisesville. Fla.. Septembers *. l ,provided for in the fourth article of the treatyofMayeveneighteenhundrcdandiixtyfouroneLoiBe

lIi cell i is --ituatetiihat he cane from HOPE: WELL-' .tCTIOX.XIJ. COMMISSION jTOlEtuiTISc. : - I Organdie Robes, 1
I 1 each, under the direction of the Secretary the Interior .
his window the whole interior WANTED, '
of tlie
fort, fi al ending Jua
OF A FILL 1AKIETY OF for the : year thirty eighteen
and he waM a recognize.! by acquaintance Tables and Chair donble and || fl PtRPOX: WITH! NECESSARY MEANS TO JOIN n ham hundred and sixty six five thousand dollars.
single Bed n.
COTTON Cottage j Hth the owner of a large tract of fine and abundant For first of ten instalment to lamua 'said Indians
. flfthe'cntytiN.. A fourth prionir BAGGING. I hteads, of every mle, Enameled Chamber Farni I Iture I t
oh the Satilla
River in
pine Georgia, erecting of good workoxen.WeD log-chain
with yoke
i k BritMi I Looking Gw e.. one hundred II
i-r a captain a blockade I double and single I I
runner a Steam Saw Mill and carrying on the Milling and Jaconets two hundr. grubbiug-Loes ten plough-ujwo griad-
..11111:1 fifth who refused Mattressen. Lounge bed*. wasbsUndi. tc., *c ic. I I Lumber is in the midst ,
buaiuess. The
party to take the point proposed hundred axes, handled twenty
I stones one spade
WI\F". I.IUOItS... Af.for My orders are to clou the above consignment imme,
oath of allegiance. Reagan is allowed to diately. either *t Private or Public sale. The j j!I of a good farming country-and the River and Bar are I and other farming im{lements,per fifth article treaty
public I
take an hot r'* walk iii:>Icli- day: attended bv a I ar.- respectfully invited to call and examine the stock, of feet sufficient of water.depth to admit vessels drawing fourteen Mezambiques,, May seven fiscal eighteen year one hundred thousand and five sixty-four hundred,'ir dollars. the.
and secure a great bargain I
ruard!! atWEIXS'
Ca-b G.l For particulars apply to
'E2 'r paill "Cotton" the market Aurtiou and -
Cmmis!ion Store, li. F. FLOYD Jacksonvillee Fla. object for the fiscal
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price*. Day-street. Sept. 2-1m* Bareges, all kinds. thirty,eighteen hundred_and sixty-six, one thousand
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An Old -.- -- .
femtt. with a Xew Air-An Illinois '- five hUDdled dollars.
farmer TouUdeneed" out of Xineteen MILLIXERY. HKKSS MAKING ETC Praetleo of Medicine and 80.... Jlt cf two '
Carpenters ,
Hundred R. T. 1IAZZARU A (O. A Complete Stock of Mourning Gcod For the em.Djm' on -n n ana }
AM US. JOHN T ei bunuiu? ".plUrs. -a.1 w, rJackica th* nj thousand -
> (>X bavin? opened her store, one n. EMILE T. SABAL RESPECTFULLY TENDERS pt
From the Chicago Journal, August I". September 9-tf til door from the corner of Washington and Forsyth] D hid professional services to the citizens of Jacksonville 'I e'gtt! Lunirr u.. .ujr. te 'a* L ..ff'Nto NohflUaud.OU r
J -____ __ _, streets, has an assortment (f Ha s, Jockey Caps, Rib and vicinity. GLOVES. UIn-ji dh.i. ; :: ''J..L\D. CHIdI
A farmer. named Turner, residing iu the i j --u -- bons, Floweif. 4c.. and is also prepared to attend to (Office and rooms (for the present) at A. A Canova'a tbona.ud t1i t JDtJn._ '-." lJ.... _r..i :.e r. l
\ vicinity of Decatur Illinois I ron SAM tho altering, presciug aid trimming of hats I bonnets, residence, corner Bay and Washington streets, where Gent I five hundred doU-n., p art., :':r> 3Ia> .en: -' -
came to thi is city j and Misses? best silk and Lisle. bandIed and aiitv-iouiiT .!ir
Ir.1.0 fiscal
to drfeas ,resent
last I Steam: Saw and Grist Mill 23 hor* power making in the most fini oening for the purpose of purchasing I AGO complete running order. Any person wishing S zua ;goods, and put up at the Kichmond Hou -e. < to; purchase .An ere the mill at station No. 18, on the; is solicited. Mpt.m.. HANDKERCHIEFS. i For the same object for the fiscal year ending June-
'f Savannah, and September 9-2t thirty,eighteen hundred.and sixty-six, seven thousaud
During the evening. an individual described l ; Albany Gulf J ilroad. Price $3000.i : .- ,tnndred dolUr
"wearing felt cloths." accosted the farmer: I;'i For further particulars applv toWM. A PRIVATE NCIIOOL. seven ihia amount ba applied towards the
T. HOOKER j GARDEN An assortment of Ladies, Gents'. and 3ILses I For support of
and an acquaintance was wxm formed, the :J'I No. 5, Pen. aud Geo. B. II. Ha. SEEDS, private School will be opened at the Odl Fellow'sHall I a saT.mill to be built for C.e common ne of the Chippeicaa .
stranger repre .enting himself as a merchant September 9- I UST received by steime--Fountain, a lot Garden a A on Monday September 4th. I.) of 11WWti P! and the lUd Lake and Pembina
from Iowa who had I j i t, i Seeds, wliitb will l>f n'lIrrantl'd. Advanced pupils w>II receive a very thorough course HCSIERY. binds of Chi pew as, so long a. the i're=,I Jcut may deenx t
just finished purchasing i J \1U WELLS' A1''TIPX of imtructions. 8"Lett1'e:5. I, it necessary, per sixth article treaty May seven, eigh.
TOnE. ion
[i'k a stock (goods.. He was very comnmnicative. '|i'I UEAD-QUAETERS DEPT OF FLORIDA, > .s.'l'lt a tf LI'SIiOl1.of "nnils.or teen handled and sixty-iuor, for the pres iktfiacal .'

and rendered himself versentertajnin TALLAHASSEE, Aupust 24tb 1j/>. jv -- -- .--- at the widiiijT a commissioner to Europe to 1 White Black, and colored Straw I I year,one thousand doIla 1I. .. ".
i -- l
to the lanucr 'I ,L..IRU.OKfoEP-( en%". A. F.uacpiij Irs. haJll\\ I '1 For same object for this fiscal year 6QlIng'1une f lr. "
uLoquicklj'conh'ded too much> ''j',. No. 21. j I. .t. JUISo:! SlDt. tit2 introduction of foreign capital and: HATS AND BONNETS. 'J;s ty,eighteen hundred and sixty-nx one tb>>iuandd >I* VIa
to the stranger. In the of .. -
course: r.\.JU'ulI.U .
convirsatiou \ ROBINSON --- >
It Laving been ordered by his Excellency WILLIAM L abor from Lombardy and other c-
farmer be in
the told the the nature S Fortth amount to expended buHdinga road,
MABVUT, Provisional Governor of the State of Flon- :ALins: IN } -.." A bridged, ac., to their new agency per sixth article
of his business in the city and %\ 1q Snte .itt which the clim3.\- complete variety of Misses and Boys IIat> I
a.politely t da that election .\TTO'u'. V\.I..fLL.V40 treaty May seven, eighteen hundred aud sixty-four
informed an be held on the 10th day cf October G EKEIIAL liniCHANDISE. DP.Y .. .
that GOODS
a Side grocery hous, the present fiscal year stven. thousand fire hundred
where the stranger did his trading was th Lm""t ';i nextfor Delegates to the State Convention, which GROCLIUE.4IIARDWAIiE, ETC.. ETC.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.O.1ficell.lf'S dollars
advantageous place in the for 'I is to meet at Tallahassee, on the 2iw day of October, BONNET AND BELT RIBBONS OF For new agency Jdlngi tube located by the Secretary -
city makj: I j law, it is hereby ordered, for the government of this Bay .'!,?. JacJoAri..k. Fla. Block, orer Procost Marshal*. of the Interior for the common nae of the Chippe-
ins purchase and that
he would introduce I j was of ML. baippi, Red Lake and Pembma, &'-
him there in the morning. With thiunder- I command, and for the information of all concerned ORDERS IT.OMPTLY ATTENLEr) TO S"pt. 2 tf'Inf. ALL KINDS. gets, and Lako Winnebagostusb band of Chippewa

!tanding they retired for the night. I, September 9 -tr Indians,per aixUi article treaty May seven*.eighieea
Both I j I 1st That ismrt, Sab-District and Subordinate B. JICKSOS. WAEBOCK.. Umbrellas and Parasols. hundred and sixty-four for &e f..s..J year ending JIlI1i.
were earlsthe morning -- ----- <
up next and
c. 1'. cooiR JACKSON A WARROCK thhteighteen hundred and Bix'y-aix twentyfivethousand ?
S at fix o'clock x-t out to 'bit i the grocery Commanders, afford every practicable facility iu di- K BL5BEE. dollars or iO much there !. shall be ne. r

house, cru. ln- Rush street bridge, then 1 tri!uting th-i notices of said election, and the procla- ('OOI"Eft A KISKEE.A \CrriON AXD OE5EKAI.; COXM13.SIOX 3IEECHANTS. A large find well selected stock of cessary. '. .

turning to the right and proceeding along a 1,,; mation of Governor MARMN ; also to aid. when reqmr-- T T () U X IY1": L. A \\, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CONSIGNMENTS I I For of ierticta to caniia.and of no traveHing;m,re.. than expenses five per.of aboard *' -

bystreet. In this obscure thoroughfare they ed, in the preservation of peace and good order at the -0- Boots and Shoes I sons,to attend the annu&y payment ta',tbe' .

discovered a man weeping vigorously.Vhy," i election, and to facilitate the forwarding the "iciurns .J.\"K-nXYILLI, rLfJjrlV \. SOLICITED. and so forte, and to iaspect the fleU-bnfl.tinmllh, ,
exclaimed ...,,! Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandize I and other improvement 8tlpnlaed 1u te aevenU
Iowa "that's the I o election and subsequently the of 5'crp, Ktrnmit' Blnrk. I _.
man bought[ ; transportation and Cotton. For Ladies and Gents'. 3Iisses arti.l. UrAtv. .1ta.V' "'.'0_ .i hr..n h.undY'I.nd crI..t.I_
Boys andChildren's --- --- -- -- -- --- ---- --
my goods of! Then accosting the lachryj!j Delegates to aud from the Cony ention. September 9 $/. Au;. 15-tf. four not exceeding any"one year mure thantwen'ydays'

mo-e individual, be inquired the reason of I 2dIn order to aid the Judges of Election,at the va- -- : service at live doLars per day or more than
hitears.. Alas !" I MJLL SlaT FOR N, LF. ,V'(.1r. three hundred miles travel,at ten cents pef mile.ior ,
he responded, "my uncle :I rious election precincts. in preserving order, the different JUST RECEIVED
died \\A ( THE subscriber offers at private sale a Let suitable the fiscal year ending June.thirty eighteen hundred
< nigbt. and now the store mu t l h e ,.I commanding officers will, BO far as practicable, es- a mill ite. situate on the 8t. Johns River at A Fall Cargo of Goods Consisting of and sixty-six,six hundred ami JUt) dollars.

indefinitely closed." "And my good ?" 1 I|i tabluh a proper military guard icar each place of clec- ellow Kluff. For particulars apply to Ready-made Clothing, For expenses of the removal Of Chippwaa,of.3C .
Ur, queried Iowa. "Better P. V. BALSA.N. i [,, si&ippi to their new homes per twelfth arttc.o treaty
now. and pay me them.L t.I i non, with orders to assist in the preservation of peace Dasruerreau Saloon, Bay Street, Jacksonville. (JroeeriemIfnnlware Of great variety and of fine May seven, eighteen hundred and sixty-four,at a me
them quality
get away we shut up. and order at the request only of the Judges'of Elec- Septembers-2mp not exceeding ten dollars ech person ,t.c..1e fiscal

Your bill is some $1.900, you know." "Ex-: :j I tion, and to interfere in no whatever year ending June thirty. eiflhteen.htn dreC .l.slxt1.ix .-.
actly," mused Iowa, "and is all i in way except upon LIME LIME Stationery, All of which Is offered at the lowest prices eleven thousand dollars or so mtxh 'thereof aa.
trunk my money ,; such request. They will consider themselves merely LIME !!! BCN>h, ami SbOflo shall be necessary. A..

my friend at the Central depot I saw, my j! n military posse's, tube called into action by the 5 0 BARRELS FRESH LIME &e.. Ac.. -. for Cash. for the expenses subalateace at eleven hundred
he added, turning to the farmer, i' 500) bushels Corn At Wholesale and Retail. Chippewas of tbe Mississippi,:for six months at their ..
"just loan me $1,9OO to pay this bill, and alter 1- 'I Judges of Election, whenever said Judges may consider 23 barrels Irish Potatoes. new homes,at a rate not exceeding thirty eight cents r

I get my goods we will over to tbe their services necessary to the preservation of peace. Now in store and for sale in quantities to sUIt purchasers JOHN S. SAMMIS & CO., CROCKERY. WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE per day for each person per twelith article treaty,May .
go Forwarding and Commission eighteen hundred and X\1.foorfoc'the acal .
Central 3d. All soldiers and employees of the government at WELLS' Merchant. seven
Depot, where I will repay you.All September 9-tf Auction and Commission Store.NOTICE. year ending Jane thirtyVeighteen; hundre and sixty- t
who are entitled to%ote in the different counties of this Jacksonville Fla., '
right said the farmer, producing his six seventi-ftve tbo ustud two buudred and.forty.
wallet, and looking over its contents "I113'e I State, will, so far as possible, be afforded facilities for ---. Jf3: Expected soon to arrive from New York a fui Dishes, dollars, or so much thereof aa shall be necessary.. u
; cargo of Good J. 8. S CO. For transportation rubeUtenoe for Indians,for au..
the exercise of that for this t
but privilege it must
$ ,-here it is. Ab said Iowa ; purpose, their new homes per twelith article treaty
taking the proffered currency, "that's $10.(; .I'' at once be ascertained by each commanding officer, ot I I HEREBY WARN ANY ONE NEGOTIATING FOR July 22.-tf.BOOKS( Plates, May seven eighteen hundred uxty-fbttr, sa'a'rib," '

more than I need-vou keep that There Florida troops, where the men of hii command ar e entitled I or trading a note given by me to James H.Hundley not exceeding seveu cents per pound for the ..ducal .
,, or three hundred dollar (JOO// one hundred of which AND STATIONERY.C. year ending June thirty eighteen huudred and *uur-
be added, handing the pile to the "merchant'there's ," to vote, and he will so arrange that they be sent 1 has been paid. I will not pay t e remainder unless Cuff and Saucers, .thirty thousand four hundred and.nikefyiwotlolbus .

your money. Now, come along an dgive ]i to the places of voting at the prop r time. The men of compelled by law. as it is an unjust debt. DREW. or so much thereof as BhaU be necessary. I t"

me my goods. And you," he continued[, | each county will be formed into a sqaa-1 and be sent August 1-2-4tp REASON S. TERRELL.H OVER ttAMMW'S noSE JACKSOHTlIX Buckets,Tabs, For.the pay meut Ot ftnule'teacheu employed on the f

turning to the farmer "you just go over to '! under the charge of a commissioned officer. when prac.ticible j; SPEXt'ER.ATTORNEY HAS OPENED IN PART, HIS STOCK OF BOOKS reservation thirteenth to instruct arfille Indian treaty31af.eventigiten girls In domestic economy k
STATIONERY, and now offer the same for per .
the Central Depot and ioatcJi, my trunk. I'll I I or otherwise, under charge of a non-c,jmmis- Bile. August 25-.3t Basket, Broom, ket. hundred and luty-(QUT.for the ye&r endiag J?"* .

te there directly, and pay you." | stoned officer, or reliable private ; such officers and AT LA\V.GAlVESTILLE f T Call and examine before purchasing thirty dollars.eighteen hundred and- sixty-.. onatLouaon.' '* ,

Strange as it may seem, the farmer acquiesced men, in charge of squads, will be held responsible for FlflEIDi. LAND AGENCY.A. SkC. 2. And be it further eiiact.. f That fa provide .

and started for the depot, while the two: i j the proper conduct of each squad, to and from the place Will attend promptly to all cases before the :Military elsewhere. for the Usual duuibatioa of medal among the chief -

'harpers walked' off with the money i in of voting, the good conduct of the tien at the election, Courts August at Jacksonville 12 or Lake City. H. McCORMICK, ot Indian trfres,the sun of five vhoTijaad. dollars be,;
another direction. It took time i __ Imp 12 18 and the same U hereby, appropriated, on of any
some to convince Aug. ,
Iand, for the prompt return of all men to their commands .
FOR THE SALE PURCHASE In the treasury 1104 othervtiae apyropnaiecL
money :
the farmer that he was "sold. Such I without lo. by desertion or straggling. I ARCHIBALD T. BANKS, AGENT of Lands in Florida. EC.: 'S."And be it. further cuacted,*'Ibat mebecreta. ., ;
verdancy is positively refreshing. Of course 4th. At ATTORNEY AT LAW, rf of the Treat a.uthor 10 nir- in cola Itkh .-_ I
convenient time after the
a election is Address Jacksonville Fla.
'!he thieves and the money are not to be found.' : over, (;A'ItSVILLE FLOB.J -. I : the annuities IA by the teruu of any treaty'of ih United .
i the commanding officers of every post.wiU if requested August 26 3mp States with any Indian 'tribe, are required. be", ,
Will attend i :
e promptly to all business intrusted to hiscare.
by the Judges of Electionfacilitate forwarding of the PECK paid in. coai. ,
CoL Parker, wno accompanies Gen. Grant' July 23 tf SIC. 4. And be it farther,enacted."Ihatvh- of ihechiets "
a*one of his staff is a Seneca Indian returns cUbe different precinct to tbe Judges of Pro- NOTICE. "VVatelimaher find Jeweller, warriors, and heads ot fauuttes...of"th :Su>ct-
and pure bate at each county teat, aud will also aid in forward. T. T. LONG, WEEKS FROM DATE I wILL APPLY TO THE bridge Munsee tribe of ludiana reaiuing in tae Countyof

a grandson of the celebrated Red Jacket, lug the returns from each county to Tallahassee for ATTORNEY AT LAW SIX Acting Judge of Probate for Duval county for Letters HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND Shawana aud Slate Wisconsin, way,under the dK I -
Chief of the Six Nations. lie is ] ; ; of Administration the Estate of J. Gold and -
a large; robust I upon Belknap sale Silver Watches and Jewelry rection of the Secretary of the lutenor, ames a home-.
,' man, at least six feet in height. On his this purpose, couriers will be emllo.ed, when nrceiiaary I LAKE CITY, Fia. docea"d. AIM Comb a good assortment of Spectacle Stationery, ste.d and become entitled to all the benetlLs of an act.
breast l bc seen the broad silver medal and Quartermaster will so arrange that Steamers ; July 22.-6mp. Angcit 26-Cw A. W. MOORE. Brasben. hrfwDery.Toilet soap Tooth Breohe entitled '-.. act to sure hoxaesttiJMl to&vnl SBttlora.ou .
-.- CUtlery. Ineladlnj some of those celebrated Wade the public domain,"approved May twenty, eighteen
presented to his distinguished ancestor 1 by I shall touch at convenient points on the Golf Coast and NOTICE. Jt Butcher Razor*, Razor Straps Sharing Brushes and .houdred an4 I]-lo. tee Irojn any_ fee 07 ,rccarge .

Gen. Jackson. on the St. Johns river, Fernandma and St. Augustine, J. MURPHY : WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL APPLY TO Cup. Pocket Looking Glasses, Pocket Boob and whatever, and any part of the land being a part of .

t so as to receive the returas as noon as possible after PnOFESSIOXAL.DR.I. and Surgeon to SIX ., Judge Probate, for Dnval County, for letters twelve Memorandums,hundred Pnotocrap Album, holding- from their preseut reservation" whicb may be abandoned/".
I one pictures Violin, Banjo an.. under the foregom provisions may be sold under t
Seventy tons of 3Iall matter handled i they are made up. the people of Jacksonville and surrounding couutry. administration upon the estate of Martha V. Guitar Measures she >
are daily Strings Tape from three to one hundred direction of the Secretary of the Interior and the .
and 2th. To afford aid in the of Particular attention will be given to disease of women Stone,late of said County, deceased. lest Meerschaum Pipes and Holder proceed
looked over by the clerks in these" transportation Delegatesto 12.- GEORGE STONE. Begat Rub- *applied for the benefit of such Indiaus as may set-
York Post Office. The receipts in the first the Convention, the Commanding Officer of the Dial: i i and children. Office at hi* residence corner of For-R 1 Aug. her Stems. Crochet Needles SUrer Thimbles tc., *c. Ue on said homesteads to aid them improving the- .
j eyth and Hogan-streei 3m July We bare just received a fin assortment of Gold and same. The said homeaieai ihuj ,secured
wx months of the present year, it is said, trict of East Florida will order that a Steamer shall Silver due Heads and lot of those fine shall not be :
STEAM GRIST WILL FOB SALE. Howard subject to any tax.levy; ox ale whatever, nor shall the
were f 855,9292. leave Fernandina on Friday, the 20th day of October, I Watches which give such splendid satisfaction. same be sold convened mortgaged'or in any .manner
I Medical Notice. SUBSCRIBER OFFERS AT PRIVATE BALE Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired on short encumbered the ,':'of. _
1863: to touch at and leave St. Augustine, on Saturday THE notice except upon decree the duuict
The Saucy diamond owned by a Dcmidoff A 8. BALDWIN will resume the practice of hi Steam Grist Mill of ten bone power in complete and satisfaction guaranteed. Work from the country court of the.United Suue*.aa"herciuaRes .prorid ._*.
in Paris is valued at a million of dollars. I the flit October, for Jacksonville ; another Steamerto DR.roeston In all Its departments. Ills office and running order, situate in Lake City. It can be ,seen will receive prompt and careful attention. Bemem. Wnenever any of said thiets warrior..,ot beads of &, .
It I leave Enterprise, on the St. Johns river, on Friday, residence i* the first house west of Vn. Hndnall's I running every Friday and Saturday ber the place, at the"Old Stand of C. D. Oak, on Ocean dies of said tribes having filed with the clerk of the-
once swallowed servant to D. L. PARKER. ;
by a save Boarding UOOKC.Jacksonville 1trML" district of the
Jolyl court _United
it from thieves, who killed him, and restored( I the 20th day of October, for Jacksonville, touching at ,July 22-tf N. B. If not sold will be offered at public intenuonV: -become SiaUaT- a -\:citizen a dec:1antion of the-this -, ',,.

to its owner by a post mortem operation. I the different points on the river. sale. on Friday,September 22. D. L P. Halted States. and ,to dTaeoIve all ,relation r.r
I The Commanding Officer of the Middle District and August 19-p TO 8UTUEB8 AHD COUWTRY.TRADER8 with.' any Indian: trite .two c ,years previous- .

In a recent breach of promise case at New I of tbe Sub.Districts of West Florida and Key West, that MEDICAL NOTICE. DR.'E. S. ALDRICH, THE SUBSCRIBERS;DESIRING TO CLOSE THEIR thereto, ball appear in said court,and prove to-the sa -
: York, the woman that she could and Surgeon,' late of San Francisco, I business within the laW sixty days, offer for sale* tisfaction thereof by testimony of',iwp chisena,of .
urged a. Steamer shall leave Key West on Wednesday, the California, may be consulted at his office at Mrs. lind- WHITE SPRINGS 'HOTEL.1UJTILTOS their entire stock at the very LOWEST CASH Pxicxs. the United States, that tor five year lat pat be has> .
three other men while losing time 18th day of October and touch at Tampa, Manatee nall's Mansion flame, or at the Drug Store of Mr. J. This stock embraces the beat assortment of llerchan- adopted theIiabita clvOizedlife, that he has 'nHUn-' ,

'ith the faithless one. The court was much and Cedar Keys,on her to ftt. Marks and that Jones. COC3TT, FLA. die In the Market consisting of ; tained himself and family by his own industry.thai he*. *'
; impressed with the statement. ; June 21tJ-tf' undersigned take pleasure in announcing te Ladies and Gent's Shan Boot. Shirt. SUtionery I. reads and :.speak* the English language thavlto-n J"
another Steamer shall leave Pensacole on Saturday, THE public that be 1* prepared to accommodate Playisg Card*, Ctott*. Tailor's Trimmings, Shoulder 1 well disposed to become a peaceable and orderly e j*

THE CABLEr-Later news from the Cable 4 the 2lst October, bound for tbe same port touching those seeking a healthful and pleasant situation. i Straps for the Army and Navy, Hardware, .Tinwaie I.I zen; and hat he haoiul5doent capacity to n nage'tuajf t .
j. i). tJPHOX.tUTlGEON Crockery Cigars Tobacco, Butter own affairs;the coon may enter a decree adnutttar--1 '
blows that at Apalacbicola. Oar table are furnished with the best the market of Cheese Stove. f
U broke on the2d of August,when the country will afford. StovePipe, Canned Goods,Safes Yankee Notions,Soda him to all the rigbtAOJf tidiea. ( the ..JCoited S.n&'**. *""" ,
within COO miles of New Foundland. Efforts The Quartermasters wiU be instructed that no charge 33EKTIHT. He has comfortable hacks running in connectionwith Water .Appartas for bottling porpose. Business g141 thencetartb be'S my" ti1.ger bcl.1 ,or. lottO the .

I Mere being made to pick up and repair it, so be made the Delegates to this Convention, except the J ACk"1\OXV'ILI.E, FL.tD'EJu \. every train between this place and the Railroad Wagon*-new and second hand Pbotographio Stock a.s a member hall.i" _

it is said, but it is generally given as a usual one for meal : they will facilitate in every way :. "Puinsylvania College Dental fiur- depnt&tVietborn.W. Amdrotyp desire Caacs illrour Ilsh Books and Lines fcc., *c,- ::0 alWm"nOWj; its- the rnum1ntor.anaTgmIe- ;than-,- rp -
up to attention -
five A. We to the above : bar, -
, failure gery, and years practice Proprietor. the wit and ,
this time. .. accomplhmcntsofaflhcrstate
their transportation and will, upon these trips, give June 24th-ItpULIt July 22.-: inc determined.retire from business in the So ..

A well informed Texan precedence to Delegates. They must, also, cause due -- we art prepared to sacrifice upon our stock axxLJ' manship. ; ,
correspondant says -- confident that the Inducements we offer moat ;
that in one instance of which he has perMin- notices to be given of this order in relation to the times ID D EL.I., A lirBDOCK T 1MB. LIME LIME LIME Public satis&Ktioo. .Sutler are pajticularlvv1 .utI-- .

al knowledge a Gwrman family of ten raised of departure of these Steamers from the different poictn J-J examine oar ItO ,&ntry Metht l o- The South does not yeild to the'"North in _
(Agents for Israel_ R. Sealy.) For in quantities to suit K.B.-AD persona Indebted t te ,
annually, by their'own labor, a larger crop on their route, sx> that arrangements may be well understood II. T. MOT. formed that an immediate settlerp-i 4iieint preach er respect for appreciation of General Grant.j j -

oi cotton than the forced protection of forty by the Delegates, and that there may to nounneceJll&ry WHOLESALE DEALERS: IN Fernandina Fla.. April 20, I860. .- c. w. j who, when bed tin le While the Southern people are far less"'exC1..r -

ands on an adjoining 1antation. delay at tbe different points at which the 30'.000_ "ers were suggested, .i in table and demonstrative than.the people :-of ; -
i Steamers touch. The Delegates win be eonYryed .A.LE. ..A.NDVINER. iitbe finally produced a the North believe that look
"Father did:you ever have another wife ACRES OF THE BEST XMFB0VED and N we they. .opon.. .

, besidea.mobetlI"! No, my boy, what pos home on return trips and landed fit the points from. Imported. and Domestic Liquors of lands **> Middle and East Florida tor Aug. u.-tf. 'ii leaves of the good book, \rl1 th General Grant with as much interest and.

r Led yoo to ask suck a Question f Because I which they took paiaage, free of charge, as shore.By tale Paflic. wishing'to settle or porcnue land will -.'Cmark "I didn't. know.' I was so real admiration as he excites among them.RichmondTimtt. .-.- ..., ... .

Saw in the old family Bible where you m arTied order of MaJ. Ocn. J. G FoirEE. 'all Kinds, and Qualities.No. 6nd it to their advantage to address n*. All communication .. at Bibles." ., .'I iTH -- ; <

Anno Domino,1835andthat isn't mother, C. WOODRUFF, 5', Merchant Row' Hilton:' Head. .. S. C. five dollars.* to insure prompt 8. P.attention RICHARDSON must hays k enclosed CO., ..- ,.. ,, 1: ,..-'.... ., --::' .'. I

Ior her name wa Sally,6mi b." Capt. 7th Infantry & A. A. A..(V JPIIeIO,1U5., : w..- ;;, ; August 19-6tp Madison,Florida.

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for ths beuefit; $ the Uld members of Baidlribes.whichaccountfcaU of the United states nit 1117 tIme 6111eb the ,egtu. department of the government, bo transferred to the lalwecu ISiU-iuui and France, n extended to geisha NitWurlsiiby tn.- Belgian fcoternni&t* at
be rendered to congtets, at tho Joint Bcsolution reserving MiUeral Laiidj from the army of the preFent rebellion, including all informal Department of the Interior ; and that the Secretary of imported from tin I nltul St tics. Oi the! same coirJitloii or at Amsterdam,at the choice of the bite-, the
commencement of 'the next scBaton thereof' and all Operation of all Act*. passed at the first Session ofthe fling organization which z'I have been recognized or accepted the Interior be authorized to furnish copies of the with which it wa exieuelctt to Great Britain by VnhtPl at i7% ccawof the NetbcrlandU, as
the purchases of artlcta'for the purposea above set Thirty-eighth Congress, granting. Lands, or ex and paid h United States, showing whether | same, free charge. to' the Union Pacific Railroad the treaty of tho of July, rtguteeti hua- Ono third immediately after the exdun of follows :
forth, shall bajxude of the lowest responrible bidder tending a Time of former Grauia ,,-yif they are yet -'* the service, or have been discharged J Company, so far as they may be useful iu aiding said tired and sixty-two. cations, anti time two other IhlreU Iu three equal st.
after sufflclerrt public notice by advertixement in approprUte Be it resolved bribe Sttwtcjatd !lotu>c of lirprentathves theee4rr-' amid gIving casualties and other explanations company in determining the proper rente for said road. The reduction >nn newspapers: Provided, also, that the Mid thfr'United St e* f America iu Cotfgresfaseemblcd. .' 0,,. for such register, Ant to defray in whole eriu AWKHVED, March 3, 186AVj Belgium with Switzerland on diet flvtentU of Dfmem awl 14 May. 1dJ. TiieueigL&ngovei,0.,5 mav, iss
the first
Secretary ahall ot be required to accept any bid That no act paC at cession of the art! the expenses of this publication an edition of her, eighteen hundred and xty-twe! with! Italy on the cilMito the above u me4 puyuenM.
t which lain hi*Judgment unreasonable in its character: tkirty-eighth congress, granting lands of to static or corporations 'r twenty-five thousand copies of such enlarged register j j A Resolution respecting the Publication of the Papers ninth of April eighteen Inmlntl anti sixty-three, with ARTICLE in.
Provided of to old In the construction roads or shatl lie publisluxl mid lt sold to officers soldiers of James Madison. the Netherlands twelfth of eighteen linn Fr. inau I after Ihi.
,further, That no part said annuities shall extend the time of "<"rc">- may ou the May, payment of the first instalment
be expended for Indiana outside of.the Indian Territory other made purposes, or be to construed to eiut--lo Rra"f 'n'"e or e-iti/ens. at a price which shall not more than cover WHEREAS tho joint-committee of the two houses of dre-tl nnd Mxtv-thn-e, ami also viitli Franco, on the of one third, the dmres shall cease to lx levied br
fore shall
south of Kansas, except In providing for, such individual In all so shall b.- are* rPserret the actual cost of paper printing and binding, and | congress on the library wcro authori/ed bv an act ap- twelfth of Ma-. i i.teen; l.iviJre: 1 ami ixy-t5irr government of the N< tl!<>r! D lands which
rat eases
Indiana or families ai are sick and unable to remove exclusively to the United State*, n-' --J.h'"M" 1"' shall not in any ease csneed one dollar per volinne. 1 proved August 18th, 185(5( and amended Juno 23th, nhall bo equally' plie-l t-> :-<* The onam not imim-diatety paid hall bear inUt>,t
to that territory, or such as may be driven out of p.ovMert in the art or n. m.Amg the -rant. Approved. Marrh 2. 1SC5. I ISfiO, to cauio to bo printed and pnblithed One thonsj United Mates. I at the rate of i per rent per annum In favor of the
ti "t territory by armed rebels, alter the paaaago of thU cially APPROVER 20. 1*<">' j and copies of the papers James MudUon ; anal wherc- It is agreed tint IJ.Mgiuin shall aL-s! > cxten.1 to thin tP-amiryAfthfXeth TUn January Joint resolution authorizing a Contract with William i iH. I as the sure appropriates for such purpose has been United States the reiltiftJoaa of Impoit lu-ien: which ..srrIiLEmv.It .
ftCU&CC.. 6. And be it further enacted. That the Secretary A Resolution suh-ltln to the Legislatures of the scval Powell for a Picture for the Capitol. i found insufficient : Therefore, may result from her subsf nen: trfatjpn with other IA understood that the capitalization of the
of the Treasury be, and heia h reby, authorized and States position to amend the Constitution of Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives Resolved by the Senate and House Representatives power*- hall not iu any way affect the engagement by wnkh mines
b directed,In lieu of the bonds for the sum of two hundred Ijj0 TT-ited States. of the United States of America in Congress assembled of the United States America in Congress assembled, AKTI. I E IV. thft two states are bonncl in what concern th Scheldt
and fifty thousand dollars, appropriated for the Kcsolvcd by the Senate anti llouse Representatives That the joint committee on the library be, i That the said joint library committee arc hereby authorized The United States, in view of the proposition made by treaties in force.
use of the Choctaw Indians by an act entitled "An ct of the United States of America in Congress assembled and they are hereby, directed to enter into a contract to contract for the publishing of five hundred by Belgium t<) regulate by a common accord, the rapitalizatiem ABTlCtR.V.
making appropriations for the current and c' .?* (two thirds of both Houses concurring,) That the following with William H. Powell, of the State of Ohio, to piint t copies of said papers, in lieu of the cue thousand copies of the Scheldt drfs. couso.U to contribute to The pilotage dues now lc v.e.1 on the Scheldt are
expenses of the Indian department and ** fulfluiuz article be proposed to the legislatures of the a picture for the United States to be placed at the head } heretofore authorized, and for the name sum. this rapittlization under the following conditions : duetl- re.
treaty stipulations with the various 'r1*? *rtbc for everal states as an amendment to the constitution of of one of the grand staircases iu the Capitol, illustrative i| APPROVKI, March 2,1965. A. The capital euro slinll: not exceed thirty-si millions 2(1 per cent fur sailing vessels.
the year ending June thIrty eirfe hundred and "lsrytwo > the United States, which, when ratified by three-fourths of some naval victory; tlio particular subject of I of francs.B. 2J IMT rent for towed vessel, and a
," approved March V*>nd. eighteen hundred of said legislatures, shall be vxhd .to all intents and the painting to be afrrced on by the committee and by j A Resolution to purchase Mail Pouches or Boxes of -lcjiim iall :is':ii? for its part one-third of that 3t* per cent for tteam vossels.
andslxty-oneto pay to* S retary of the Interior purposes, as a part of the said constitution, namely : tine rsrtt-t : J'ronilfJ, That the entire expense of said 1 I Marshall Smith's Patent for the Postal Service, and amount.C. 1{ i.o. moreover, agreed that the pilotage due on the
two hundred and any' *Z1OflS&Ud dollars for the relief ARTIC LE XIII. picture shall,not exceed twenty-five thousand dollars, for other Purpones. The remainder hall be apportioned among tho Scbedlt can never be higher than the piolotaze due
and sudport of "dividual members of Cherokee, SECTION 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary ecrvitude and two thousand dollars hall be pai.l to-aid William I I. Resolved by the Senate and House ofRvprefteut.itivc other States, pro rata to their nay i mgatirn in the Scimelill. levied the mouths of the Meuse.
; Chickasaw, Seminole. Wichita, and Powell in advance to enable him to for the ot the I'niteil State of America iu Congress assembled.
Creek Cho' except as a punishment for crime whereof the prepare 1). The proportion e>f the Uiuttul States t'j be determined AR-rkLavi:
other i *ted tribes of Indians, who have been driven party shall have been duly convicted shall ex-.t within work, the re-mainde'r of s:lid instalments at intervals of That the Postmaster General be, and he is hereby, authorized in arcor lancn with thin rule shall not exceed Tiie-riresent- treaty shall be ratified, and the ratification
their homes and reduced to want on account of not low than one the last instalment to be retain to purchase of Marshall Smith such number
fft > the United States, or any place subject to 1cirjtris-] year I the Mini of two millions neveii l.nulrc-l and seve-nty- shall be exchanged at the Hague within
their friendship to the government, as contemplated diction.. ed nntiltho pictnre is completed and put up. I nf mail pouches or boxes (constructed on the principle nine tlioinaml two hundred franc months or earlier if possible. four

by the provisions clan act entitled "An act making SUCTION 2. Congress shall have power to enforce Approved. M.uc'.i 2, 1800. I letters-patent issued April twenty-eight, eighteen K. The payment of the H-.M proportion slull !les tuiriein lit faith whereof, the plenipotentiaries above named
appropriations for the current and contingent expenses this article liy appropriate legislation hundred nnd sixty-three and May seventeen, eighteen ten annual instiIiiieiM of have ho and
s-tmt.ui[ amount, which shall signed ; same affixed their seals.
of the Indian department, and for fulfilling treaty stip APPROVED, February I, 1863. A Resolution to encourage the employment of disabled hundred and sixty-four, to said Smith) a* l.emny deem include the capital .mil tim interest on the portion re Done at the I H.igiin the 12th May 1863.
illations with the various Indian tribes for the end to test their
year and discharged Soldieis. proper fully utility and value in the postal *
m.iining unpaid a 'h'" rate of four centnni. I BARONDU JARDIX.
ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty three," Joint Resolution declariup certain Staios jiot entitled to ltr<"lrn'< 11 the Xennff am.! 1I'ht.e of Reprrwitatirei oft.'if service ; anil also to test a new mo-ln of fastening TLc first instalment shall be pajaol.-per Itruissehs on P. VANDEII MAESKXUs [L.H.J

approved July fifth eighteen hundred and sixty-two. Representation in the Electoral Collopo.WHRKEAS I'tiitei f-'tatti nf America, in Ctinnrf** oMfmlJftt, mail-bags invented by Solomon Andrew, ammil to secure the first day of April, eighteen hundred an I siltfomr, HOMBREFF. fu
SEC. 7. And be it farther enacted That the Secretary the inhabitants and loral authorities of the Th t persons honorably discharged from the military a patent for limp same, and that the expense thereof or immediately alter the Congress of tlin United States, THORBECKE.BET2. ( .l
of War be,and be is hereby, authorized to furnish States Virginia, North Carolina South Carolina, or naval service by reason disability resulting from shall be paid out of any appropriation heretofore made shall have made the requisite ppropriatiou. In cither ;. (a. s.j
the so-called refugee Indians the Indian Territory Georgia Florida, Alabama. Mississippi, Louisiana, wounds or sl( kuess incurred in the line of Jxity, bhould1m or hereafter to be made to the Post-Office Departmeut.AppnovKD event, the interest t' nn on the laeof L [L.S.]
such temporary relief as may be absolutely necessary, Texas, Arkansas, and Tennessee relelled against the nr fi>rrcil for anuointments to civil offices, provided March 3. 1895. the first of April cghtm'i h'l id.-e an-I sixty four ITranslation.]
including clothing and* provisions during the residue government of the United States, and were in such they shall be fouii'l to possess the businet.8 capacity a'ovo mentioned. I'riitfiJ of Jala! 1(5.( lHrt.1. annrsd in ft* lrsit' tfjal'. on

of the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of Jane, eighteen condition on the eighth clay of November, eighteen necessary for time proper discharge of the duties of Michofiiccs. The government of the I'nitul S'ates reserves the 1863.
hundred and sixty veto, be furnished out of any hundred and sixty-four that no valid election for electors TREATIES. right anticipitmg the payment the proportion of The plenipotentiaries undersigned, having come to-
money appropriated for the commissary and quarter '-f President and Vice-President of the I'nited Sue. 2. An t If J'ailli'r resohr', Tliat, in gratofil re- Convention between the United States of America and the United Statoo. gutlier in cou>reuce to determine the general treaty re
master's department: Provided, That a detailed report cognition of the services sacrifloes anil of lative to the redemption of the Scheldt dues, and bavinKjwljeJ
the Ecuador
States, according ti> the constitution and laws thereof, sufferings Republic ; Concluded at Gnayaxpi, The above mentioned condition for the rapitaliz -
shall be made to congress at its next session, of all expenditures was held therein on said day : Therefore, persons honorably discharged from the military and No\ember 25, 1862; Ratified by the President of the of the Scheldt ilneu m.hiulI: !ia inserted in a general ition it tbeful. before drawing np thin arrange-
made for their relief.p.o. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Iloi>reriitutl naval service of the country, by reason of wounds, United Stare, February 13, 1863: Ratifications exchanged treaty to be ado;>t"rt by a eonfi-renco of th maritime nieut-la due form to Le enlightened with respect to
8. And be it further enacted, That any pomon ves of tho United State* of America in Congress disease, or the expiration of terni of enlUtment it is at Quito July 27 1MVI; Proclaimed by the States intrrrstrd, r.ud in nLi-ii the State shall to the treaty concluded the 12th of May. 1863. between
who may drive or remove, except as hereinafter provided assembled, That the states mentioned in the preamble respectfully recommended to l anKers, merchants man President of the United States, September 8, bo represented. Belgium and Holland, have resolved, to this end, 10
any cattle, horses, or other stock from the Indian to this joint resolution are not entitled to representation ufactiircrs, mechanics, farmers and persons engaged i iin invite the minister of the Netherlands to take a place
Territory for the purposes of trade or commerce, shall in electoral college for the choice of President and industrial pursuits to give them the preference for The article I. and IV. ofthfl additional in the conference.
be guilty of a felony, and on conviction be punished by VicePrfMdent of the United States, for the term oi appointments to rcnnmerae pitmtion [s) ninth employ A PROCLAMATION. vention shall be ] T]>"tu3l, and present the remaining article ron- The plenipotentiary of the Netherlands presented
fine not exceeding five thousand dollars, or by Imprisonment office commencing on the fourth day or March, iKh- ments. The United States of America and the Republic of shall, together with the treaty efeommeren and navigation himself in response to this invitation, and made the
not exceeding three years, or by both such teen hundred and sixty-five ; and no electoral votes Approved, March 3, 1S03. Ecuador, desiring to adjust the claims of citizens of made between the hijh contnu-ting parties on following declaration :-
fine and imprisonment. shall be received or counted from said states concern said States against Ecuador, and of citizens of Ecuador the seventeenth of July, eij-htee-n him'Ire*,I and fifty- "Tt'e undersigned, envoy extraordinary and minis
Sic. 9. And be it further enacted That the agent ofeach ing the choice President \Vf-PrPsiilent for said Joint Resolution thanks to MsjorOencral Ci eorge II. against the United States, have, for that purpose, ap eijtht. have the panic force amid duration a.. the tp-aties ter nipotennary of hia Majesty the King of the
tribe of Indians, lawfully residing the said Indian term of office.Arraoven Thomas arid the Army under hU command. pointed and conferred full powers, respectfully, to wit: mentioned in Article III. Netherlands, declares, in virtue of the special powers
Territory, be, and he is hereby, authorized to sell February 8, 18T 5. n<'it Jtrvilret by thf Sn for the benefit of said Indians any cattle, horses, or tiifjt of IJif L'ni'el Stntti nf Amrfin in ConqriMi fl-( ciwjf, eaurct, Minister Resident of the United States in Ecuador least possible delay. meat of the SheUlt dues.consented to by his august
other live stock belonging to said Indians, and not required Joint Resolution to terminate the Treaty of eighteen That the thanks of congress art-ilue' an'l are hereby and the President Ecuador on Juan Jose Floret, In faith whereof, the respective plenipotentiaries soveri u in the treaty of the 12th May, applies! to all
for their nse and subsistence, under such regulations hundred and seventeen, regulating the naval Foice tendcrt-d, to Major General (Seorpi II. Thomas and the \J General in Chief of the Armies of the Republic, who, bane signed the present convention amid hate: affixed flagn :'that these dues can never be ra-es.ablished la
as shall be established by the Secretary of the on the Lakes. officers and soldiers nniler hk command for their skill } after exchanging their full powers, which were found thereto their Be-iN. any fohn whatsoever ; and that this extinguiahaieat .
Interior: Provided. That nothing in thin and the pre WHEREAS the United States, of the ono part, and the ind dauntless courage by which the rebel army under in good and proper form, have agreed on the following Made in duplicate and cigin-1 I at BriinseN the twentieth shall notaffe-ct in any way the other provisions of the
ceding section shall interfere with the execution of any United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland of the General Hood wa* Fignally flefcdt'd nail 'tm-inca from articles : dan of May, eight" hundrM and lixtv-thrco. treaty of the 19th April, 1s39.'BAF.tN .
order lawfully issued by the Secretary of War, connected other part, by a treaty bearing date April, eighteen the State of Tennessee.Appi ARTICLF. I. H. S. \XFORD.. GERICKE D'HEUWTNKN. -
with the movement or subsistence of the troops of: nnndrcd and seventeen, have regulated the naval oved, March 'J, 18C All claims on the pan of corporations, companies, Declaration annexed to tie additional convention[L. 8.j "Brus eU, July 1.5, 1863."

q the United States. force upon the lakes, and U was further proided that "it or individuals, citizens of the United State, upon the signed this day bcnn een t.e! l'mte Mates and Bel Note,has been taken and record made of this declaration
Approved, March 3, 186. ether party should hereafter be desirous of annulling A Resolution to encourage rnlisttnents and to promote government of Ecuador, or corporations, companies, gium. which shall be inserted in or annexed to the general -
this stipulation and should five notice to that effect to the Efficiency chime military Torres of the United or individual, citizns of Ecuador, upon the government The Plenipotentiary of the United States having treaty.
RESOLUTIONS. States. tHevilrttl / of tbc United Sta'es shall be referred required Done at Bru fuels, the 15th July. 1863.
the other party,It shall cease to bo binding after' the to a Board that attributions: of thornn-nfo of the United
expiration of six months from the date of such notice ;" liy the K-na.'e anil Ilnuff rf !? Joint Resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Navy and whereas the pcaco of our frontier is now endanpered Ill,, L'nitfl( .':telf .Amiir in C i.piyrou asvnb'eil, whom shall be appointed by the Government of the stipulations, and it having bi-en impracticable BARON DE HUOE1 [L. 3.J
to expend a Portion of the contingent Fnad for That for the of eiilislmeiits and United Sates and the to com J. T. DO AMABAL .
by hostile expedition asaum the commerce ol purpose' encouraging one by Government of Ecuador. plete in season the examination of tl.e aid [I. s.J
enlarging the Navy Department Building. the lakes, and by other acts of lawless poison's, \v ich promoting the efficiency of the military arid naval Iu case of death, absence, resignation, o incapacity of it is agreed that th" B.-Itflan government will stipulations, : 31. CAUVALLO. (L. s.J -
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives the naval force of the two countries allowed by the existing forces of the United State, it ii hereby enacted that cither commissioner, or in the event of either commissioner that examination with the sincere intent continue P. BILLE BRAKE. ]JL. S.J
of the United Stafs of America in Congress assembled treaty, may be insufficient to prevent ; and the wife and children harry lie have, of any person omitting or ceasing to act, the Government of agreement as early at may be poible. to come to an 1). COELLO DEPOKTCGAL, tt.. .}
That the Secretary of the Nary be, and he whereas, further, the 1'robident of the United Mates that has boon, or may mustered into the military the United State or that of Ecuador, respectively or I>one at Brussels in duplicate, the i-Mie-tli of ii. S. SANFORD, [L. s.J
hereby Is, authorized to expend *o much of the contingent has proceeded to give the notice required for the termination or naval service of the United State, hliall. from and the Minister of the United States in Ecuador, in the eighteen hnmlreil and i.\tv-three. May, MALAKET. [z.. aj]
fund heretofore appropriated as may be necessary of ihc treaty by a communication which took after the passage of this act, bo forever free, any law, name of his Government, shall forthwith proceed to II. S. SVNFORI HOWAiCD WALDEN ET 8E.\FORU. ft.a J
for the enlargement of the Navy Department building effect on the twenty-third November, eighteen hun usage, or custom whotsoevcr to the contrary notwithstanding fill the vacancy thus occasioned. The commissioners And where-a* the aiid contention !Las been duty VON HODLNBEKO, [L. s.J
to meet the wants of the department. dred and sixty-four : Therefore, ; nnd iu determining who is or was the wife so named shall meet iu the city of Guayaquil within fled on both parts and the respective ratification rati TfE. DE MONTALTO, [L. s.J
,. ArTBOVED, December 15, 181. Be it resolved by the Serrate and House of Itcprcscntativetf and who are the children of the enliitetl person herein ninety days from the exchange of the ratifications of the same were exchanged at Mnj; setson the of MAN. YKIGOYEN, [L. 9.J] -
of the United States of America in Congress assemble mentioned, evidence that brand thin woman claimed this convention, and before proceeding to business fourth of June 1 lat twenty- VTE DE SE1SAL, [u s.)
A Resolution tendering the Thanks of Congress to Captain That the notice given by the President of the to be his wife have cohabited together, or anOi'.ateilashushaud shall make solemn oath that they will carefully examine Xcvtherefore., he it, that I. Abr.iha.n j i \VIGNV, [Ls.J]
John A. Winslow. U. S. Navy, and to the Offi United States to the government of Great Britain and and wife, and so continued to cohabit or and impartially decide according to justice, and in compliance coin President of the United States of America Lin- ORLIJFF, ft. L.J)
ccrs and lien under his Command on Board the U. Ireland to terminate the treaty of eighteen hundred and associate at the time of the enlistment, or evidence with the provisions of this convention, all caused the said convention to be made have ADALBERT .IASSBACH, [L. 'a.}
S, Steamer Kearsage, in her Conflict with the piratical seventeen, regulating the naval force upon the lakes, that a form or ceremony of marriage was or whether claims that shall be submitted to them; and such oath end that the same and dune! and puMic, to the : C. Ml">UP.r.-4, [a. rm.J
Craft the "Alabama ;" in Campliance with thPresident's .. hereby adopted and ratified as if !tIn' wirr had been such marriage was not authorized or recognized by law, shall be entered on the record of their proceeding may be observed and fulfilled every with article thereof GEFFEKE.V. (L. $.J
Recommendation to Congress of the fifth authorized by congress. has been entered into or celebrated 1 y them and that The commissioners shall then proceed to name an United States and the citizens > faith by the CHBOOIEIt.. fu s.j

December, eighteen hundred and sixty-four. APPROVED, Febuary a, l.sf.3. the parties thorctothereafter live I together, or associated abitrator or umpire, to decide upon any case or case In witness whereof I have here BN. LAMBERMONT, [L. s.J a
Resolved b., the Senate and House of Representatives or cohabited as husband and wife, and so continued to concerning which they may disagree, or upon any and canned the seal ot, tie! United States 1110 sit to my han J. And whereas the said treaty habeen duly ratified
of the United America in Congress assembled, That Joint Resolution tendering the Thanks of <'oiijre-s to h\e cohabit, or associate nt the time of the enlistment, point ot difference which may arise in the course ot ioncat the city AVaihiiiirto.i.,, t'n-. be athxcd. on both harts, and the respective ratifications of the
the thanks of congress are due, and are hereby tendered Major-General Philip II. Sheridan and the Ollioors shall be deemed sufficient proof of marriage for the purposes their proceeding And if they cannot agree in the selection .Vovprnbrr. iu the of eighteenth Liy of s .me were exchanged at Brussels on the twentyfoortliof
to Captain John A. Winslow, of the United States and Men under his command.Beit nf this act and the children b< rn of any such marriage the umpire shall be appointed by her Britannic thousand ar our Lord one June last -
navy, and to the officers petty officers, seamen, "and resolved by the Senate and house of Representatives shall bo demed aiitl taken to be the children em- Majeity'n Charge d'Affoirej, or (excepting the Min [fi_ ) of thi IiiflepeiKli-iicp eight hundred: of the ami United sittd. -four, antI Now. therefore, be it known, that I, ABRAHAM
marines of the United States steamer "Eearsage. for of the United States America in Congress assembled braceJ within the provisions of thU act, whether such later Resident of tbc United States) by any other dip Anmori.the States of LINCOLN, PreMJent of the foiled State of America,
the skill and gallantry exhibited by him and the officers That the Wank-congress are hereby ten marriaie shall or shall not hav->c'-u di ovcd] at the lomatic agent in Quito whom the two high contrail ing eicr'ity-ninth.ABU \IIAM have caused the Maid treaty to be made public, to the
and men under his command in the brilliant action on dered to Major-GeneriirJiiiiji II. Sheridan and to the time of buth euliHtiueut. parties shall invite to make such appointment. the President L1XCOLXBv end that the fame and every clause and article thereof
the nineteenth of June; eighteen hundred aqd Kivtv. o2fccrr end men under hi* command, for tho gallantry. Approved, March :), l *i. ARTICLE II. \ViLU.\y II. K"-v.-AHn may be fulfilled wit! good faith by the United State*,
four, between that ship and the pjr !esjCraft "Ala- military skill and conrafc displayed in the brilliant 'I he arbitrator or umpire being appointed, the commissioners Setretary of State.Treaty : and tae cUi/ens hereof. '
bama"-a vessel superior to j.ii own in tonnage, in guns, series victories acheiveil by Ifceji iu the valley of the A RcHolutinn to authorize and direct *n Inventory of shall without delay, proceed to examine between the I'niteil States of.\meri-a and his In tvitn M whereof, I have hereto set my hand and
and in the saiober of her crew. Shenandoab, and especially for their services at Cedar Articles in the Quart-ruastrr's Depots of the United the claims which may be presented to them by cither Majfstv the Ki'isrof' the Ilelgiani ; Kxtilignishmeiit ca'ise.l: tli? seal of the ("n ted States to be affixed.ICmle .
ArpRovED, December, 1864. Tfnn nn lliA tlinnt,illtli il j V ,,, Wttit/iB in fliA T'nuaCkirtn rf tin Vqvnt tOrf.1eciiers of the two Governments: and then shall hear i fro- of the Scheldt d.ies! : Dated at Brunei Jul v 20. lKl: at the city 01 Washington, eighteenth day

dred and sixty-four, which retrieved the fortunes of the ofthe United Statei. quired, one person in beualf each government on Ratified March .>. 1SG4 ; Kxchanged,June 21, Hrtl ; (u xjvemuer, m me year oi oar, i.oru van
\ Resolution tendering the Thanks of Congress to day, and thus averted a great disaster. Rslr, V ?,y the 'natr and H Lieutenant William B. Cushing of the United StatesNavy Hue. 2. And be it further re olvo STATES OF J.UKKICA. of the Independence of the United States of
and*o the Officers and Men who assisted him in dent of the United States be, and hereby i is, requested That tV Secretary of War lie< and M hereby, directed its possession as may be deemed important to the just A PRfW'LMATIOX.. America the eighty-ninth.
his gallant and perilous Achievement in destroying the to communicate this resolution to Major-General Sheri to cause a strict iiK-pectiou to be made of the quarteriiiancr's determination of any claim or claims.In The United Ktat- Ame-rica and his Meje;ty the i ABRAHAM LINCOLN
rebel Steamer"Alberaarle," in Compliance with the dan, and through him to the officers and soldiers under il< partment, us soon aspracticable alter the cases where they.agree to award an indemnity, Kin; of the Belgijn", equally de-irous of iiberatiiigj j By t'if President :
President's R erommendation to Congre*s of the fifth of his command. 35:1gf' of this resolution, ami a companion to be made they shall determine the amount to be paid. In cases foreter the natigatlon of the Sche-Ht from the tliics WILLIAM II. SEW ARO, Secretary r/Statr.JOM2C .
December eighteen hundred [and] sixty-four. APPROVED, Febuary 9, 18C5. between the reports of the officer in charge of the in which said commissioners cannot agree, the point which encumber it. to assure the reloruiauo of the
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives quarterraa-t'T's depot at New Yoik, Philadelphia difference shall be referred to the umpire, before maritiniC taxes levied in Belgium, and to fecilitate
'if the United States America in Congress assembled A Resolution Cincinnati whom each of the commissioners thereby the elevelopiuent o'traie! aud navigation, have
providing for the Compilation ol a CouprefKional Saint Lewis! nnd Lonif-jiJX and the ankles may be beard, and JONES,
That the thanks of congress are due, and are hereby ten Directory at cacti Session. on hanJ. re p wtio e decision shall be final. resolved conclude a treaty t"omplete the convention f fsisned
dered, to Lieutenant William B. Cushing of the United solved by the Senate and House of Reprc-scn' ; ydT1tr.1s* --. -* I' .cretry AKTICLK III. <>n the 20th of May, 1S6J: between the Un.ted WHOLESALE AXI> liETAII* DRUGGIST
State and to the officers and men under his >. The States and Belgian, aud hate appointed as their
navy, com of the United State of America iu commissioners shall issue certificates of the j i'I--n-
mind, for the skill and gallantry exhibited by them in That the Congressional? Directory Cougi be assciu- lye suotlin sir. once comf ueucp the 'l',?' sums to be paid to the claimants respectively, whether iputeiitriries. narin ly : The Pn-sidtiit of the United j BAY STREET, JACKSONVIlLE FLORIDA.

the destruction of the rebel iron-clad steamer "Albet ;- r the diiwlii-m ofthojnin* \.Tnii u> ...compiled> *.i.- eaceful citizens by cnteriiig upon s l by virtn of tho awards agreed to between thcintteUco States, of America. i Ili-.iry sb<>it(Mi Sanford. a citizen of j Would call the attention of dealers and consumers
marie," at Plymouth North Carolina, on the night of 1ou .ng, and published by the hupcrintcndcm of public iful pursuit qualifying ourselves to' or of those made by the umpire; and the aggregate the l"uit"d >utta, tue-ir niini-'i'r icaidt-nt to hu Majes-I to hu large and select assortment of Drugs, Patent
the twenty-seventh of October, eighteen hundred and trtl ing the first edition for each session to lie ready possibleand at tlirpollsir votes slv amount of all sums decreed by the commissioners, and ty tl.*- King of the liel -!jau- ; an-l iriS Majesty the King Medicines, Fancy Articles Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
iiztyfotfr..tPi'notxD. (or istribution within one week after the comiiionec ? of all sums accruing from awards made by the umpire of the Belgians Mr. Charles K<>gier, grand officer of Stationary &c., Xc., among which may be found :
December 20, l8&L. nunt thereof.APPKOVED A Rew.IutiuiiTr tfTK.raaln en jhrifcitious at under the authority conferred by the fifth article,shall the OrcU-r of Leopold, decora'cd with the iron crek., Sulphate Quinine
Febuary 14, 19Co. Bergen, in Norway and Oporto,'m Portugal during be paid to the govenment to which the respective A.C., $.c., .Vc., Lit minister foreign affairs ; who, after Castor, Oil
Joint Resolution tendering the Thanks of the people the bummer of eighteen hundred and sixty five. claimants belong. Payment of said sums shall be hating exchanged their full powers, formal to be in Cream,
; and Conirress to Major-General William T. Sherman A Resolution appointing; General UirharJ Dt-laficIJ to \ the guwnimcnts of the kingdom of Swe made in equal annual instalments to be completed good and due form, have agreed upon the following Tartar Calomel
and//the Officers and Soldiers of his command, be a Regent of the Smithsonian Institution.Kenilred den and Norway, and the Kingdom of Sweden and within nine years from the date of the termination of articles -. ,
for their gallant Conduct in their late brilliant Move Vy the Ktnatt and lluine ment through Georgia- of the L'nitfl ,Klate if America in t'lmgrmaurinlItJ, United States the programmes of two international ex made six months after tho same date. To meet these The l.ig'a contracting parties take note of, and record Sulphur,
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives That Richard Delafieid, resident ot Washington city, hibit nt to be held respectively at Bergen, in Norway, payments both government pledge the revenues of .- PATENT Magnesia, ic
of the United States of America in Congress as be and he hereby is. appointed a regent of the Smith and at Oporto in Portugal during the summer of their respective na.ions. 1st Tl><* treaty unehide-d on the twelfth of Miy Totviiiiend'a MLDIC1NES- -
sembled. That the thanks of the people and of the congress sonian Institution, in the place of Joseph of the Unite States are to Major-Oeneral William T. Sherman, and Approved, February 14. ISCS. of the United States of America,in Congress assembled, from the date of its organization. They shall present treaty, and by bleb hw Majesty the King of j Ayers Cherry Pectoral, -
through him to the officers and men under his command That the PrCSileiit of the United States i I. hereby charg keep a record of their proceedings, and may appoint the Netherlands renonucosTforever the dues est eblished I .tyer'sAgueCure Indian ,
for their gallantry and good conduct in their A Resolution extend. the time for tLc iu\ereion to ed with the duty of making known to the people of the a secretary versed in the knowledge of the English uj-on navigation in the Scheldt, and its months by Cholagogue.
L late campatgwrfrom Chattanooga to Atlanta, and the the United States of the Land granted by- Congress irmicd State, by proclama'ion, or otherwise, as el.all and Spanish languages. the third par.i graph ol thfcSth article of the treaty of \ DavU' Fain Killer.
triumphal inarch thence through Georgia to Savannah, to aid in the Construction of a Railroad" from 1'tre to him seem best, the facts in hispo ses'rion rc-hitincrto ARTICLE v. the mueteenth of April eighteen hundred antI thirty-I Bad way's Remedies,
terminating In the capture and occupation of that Marquette to Flint, and for the Completion of said the international exhibitions proposed to be held at The proceedings of this commission shall be final nine, and lila Majesty the King of the Belgians engages j Fahnexlock's Vermifuge;
city ; and that the President cause s copy of this joint Road. Bergen Norway and Oporto, Portugal, during the summer and conclusive with respect to all pending claim*.- to pay the capital sum of the re lemptiou of tho o duerf. f Worm Candy,
resolution to be engrossed and fotrarded to Major-Gen Rev reJ l>y the Sennit! ami Ilmur eral Sherman.AmovcD of the niwl .Stalls t f America in Congrttt tenMtil lug their participation therein I'nii'lrii That no ex- within the twelve months it remains in existence will 2d. The declaration made in the name of las Majesty ; Ginger,
: January 10, 1SGS, That the time specified in the fourth section of the act pence shall be iucurred for any agency with regard to be disregarded by both governments, and considered the King of the Netherlands on the fifteenth of July, Winslow'a Soothing Syrup,
of congress approved June three, eighteen hundred such exhibition ; nor shall any claim nf any agent of invalid. In the event that, upon the termination of eighteen hundred and nixty-three, to the pleuiporentla- Hyatt'Life Balsam. -
Joint Resolution providing for the Termination of the and fifty-six, entitled "Au act waking a grain of alter our government be hereafter recognized. "* the labor of said commission, any case or cases should rica of the high contracting parties, that the extinguish.npnt Vclpean's Remedy,
Beciprocity Treaty of fifth Jane, eighteen hundred nate sections of nnblic Lindn 10 tfi* stnt of MH lirm! Approved, March 3. 18G5. be pendIng before the nmnire. and awiIr1n T hi />-.?_ I IBion gf th, !i..i.T, .io... ...... ,,t..1 ,.. i... ). .. ..i 'mf.T Mnstane Liniment.
and fifty-four, between the United States and Great to aid in the construction of certain railroads in said said umpire is hereby authorized to make his esty applies to all fines:that the>e dues can never be Koprer's Syrup,Liverwort and Tar,
Britain.Wmscju. state, and for other purposes," for the reversion to the Joint resolution to amend the joint Resolution entitled decision or award in men case or case, and his certificate reestablished under any form whatsoever, and that McMnnn's KliTcr.BntUb .
it is provided in the Reciprocity Treaty United States of the lands granted by said act to aid iu "Joint Resolution in relation to the Public Printing," thereof in each case, transmitted to each of the this suppression .shall not affect in any manner the other Oil. .
concluded at Washington the fifth of. June- eighteen the construction of a railroad from 1'erre Marquette to approved Juno 23d eighteen hundred and sixty- two government, shall bo held to be binding and con provisions of the treaty of tie! nineteenth of April, f'8 Dropo, 4c., Ac.
hundred and fifty-four, between the United States of Flint, and for the completion of said road, l be, and the three. clusive: provided however that his decision shall be eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, which declaration I Photograph Albums,
the one part, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain same is hereby extended for the term of five year- Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Represen given within thirty das from the termination of the shall considered inserted In the present treaty, tt> Backgammon Boards, .
and Ireland, of the other part, that this treaty"shall Approved, February 17, 1865. tatives of the United Suites of America, in Congress as- labors of the commission, at the expiration of which which it shall remain also annexed. Blank Books, -
remain in force for tea years from the date at which it Hcmblt-J, That the miperiutendcnt of public printing thirty days his power and authority hall cease. ARTICLE II. Wallet,
may come into operation, and farther until the expire- Joint Resolution to enable the Secretary of the Treasury shall be, and he is hereby, authorized to purchase the ART1CLK VI. His Majesty the King of the Belgians makes, for Mirrors
-- lion twelve months after either of the high contracting to obtain the Title to certain Property in Carson paper required for the public printing, by accepting Each government shall pay its own commissioner; what concerns hini. the same declaration( as that which Hair, Tc oth. Cloth, Shaving
:, parties shall give notice to the other of its wish to City and State of Nevada, for the Purposes of a the sealed proposals of the lowest bidder or bidders for but the ui&pire, as well a* the incidental expenses of I* mentioned iu the second paragraph of the proceed and Whisk Bru'heste.k.
terminate the same:" and wbereu it appears, by a Branch Mint located in said Place. any specific portion or portion of the whole amount the commission, shall be paid one half by the United ing article. PERFUMERY -
proclamation of the President oi the United States, Whereas the Secretary of the Treasury of the I'nited of any particular paper rcquiredfor either three States and the other half by Ecuador. ARTICLE HI. Lubin's Extracts ETC.
bearing date sixteenth March; eighteen hundred and States, in order t., carry iuto effect an act entitled "An month, nix months, or one year, the minimum ARTICLE Tm!. It is well understood that the tonnage dues suppress Night ,
11ft -eve, that the treaty came into operation on that act to establish a branch rnint of the United States in portion to be specified by the superintendent in his The present convention hall be ratified and the rat ed in Belgium, in e-onfor--ity with the convention of Blooming Fancy Cerens,
day ; and whereas, further It is no longer for the interests the Territory of Nevada," approved March M, 18fi3, advertisement for proposals, and to be as low ns ification exchanged in the city of Quito. the twentieth of May, eighteen hundred and sixty- Extracts .
of the United States to- continue the same In lias purchased of Moses Job and Margaret, 1m wile, will, in his judgment most increase competition, and In faith whereof, we, the respective Plenipotentiaries, three, cannot be reestablished, and that the pilotage Colognes,
; force t Therefore, and James L. Riddle, the proeniptors and occupants lie most advantageous to tue United State In all have sign-Hi thin convention and hereunto affixed our dues and local taxes reduced under the same conven Soz.odont Tooth Soaps and Hair Oils,Scope
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives thereof, certain city and town lots in said Carson City, other respect the propoxali and contracts shall bo sub seals, in the city of Guayaquil, this twenty-fifth day of lion cannot be again increased. Sterling's, Ambrosia Powder,
of the United States of America in Congress assembled, together with all the valuable improvements thereon ject to the conditions and requirements of the existing November, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred The tariff of pilotage dues and of local taxes at Ant CANDIES., Kendall' Ambolin, *e.,4c.
That notice be given of the termination of the Recip and whereas it is highly important for the interest of law and any contractor failing to" comply with the and BiYtv.twn. weep shall bo the same for the United State us thrive Gum Drops Sugar and Burnt
rocity Treaty, according to the provision therein contained the government to obtain at an early day the use and terms of his contract, under this resolution, shall be lia F. HA8SAUREK. [L. n.l which are set down in the protocols of the conference Drop Almonds Peppermint-
tor the termination of the came ; and the PreUfa possession of said property, to establish and open said ble to the ame extent, and in the same manner at JUAN JOSE FLORES. [L. s.] at Brussels. ,Lozenges, &c., *c.STATIONERT. -
dsnt nfth. 11n1td Stsia. ti***>tv rr.pei.A wlh t.t. branch mint : Th >r >foriJtesolved nrovkled In like eiis.m in f Jirt mint rpiuintinn )irn.s., And whereas the said convention has been duly rati ARTICLE IV. -

4 communication of such notice to the government of the by Hie Smalt and //owe ff R'jiretentaiert amended ; and it shall be the duty of the superintend fled on both parts, and the respective ratifications of In regard to the proportieu of the United States in the Letter, Note and Foolscap Paper,
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. nf tfie United States / Aaifnca I'M congress assembled! cut to report fully in regard to all proposal and con the same were exchanged in the city of Quito on the capital sum of the extinguishment of the Scheldt dues, W bite and Yellow Envelopes,
APPROVED, January ,18, 1869. That the secretary of the Treasury be, and he is here tracts for paper in bin nnnal .report to congress, and twenty-seventh day of July last : and the manner, place and time* of the payment there Pens, Ink and Inkstands,Playing Cards -
by, authorized to receive and accept from said Moses also iu regard to all propoaitlii and contracts for litho Now, therefore, bo it known, that I, Abraham Lin of reference is made by the high contracting parties CUTLERY. c.-
A Resolution lopresent the Thanks of Congress to Job and Margaret, his wife, and James L. Riddle, such graphing and engraving. coin President of the United States of America, have to the contention of tho twentieth ot May. eighteen
Brevet Major-General Alfred H.Terry, and the Officers relinquishments and conveyances of their right and Approved, MarcJiJ3.WC5. caused the said Convention to be made public, to the hundred and sixty-three. Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives, Sciwors.
and Men under his Command. claim to said lots and property as he, the said Secretary end that the same and every clause and article thereof AnTI LE v. TOBACCO.
.;. Resolved by the Senate and House of .Representa shall deem sufficient for the extinguishment of any A Resolution directing Inquiry into the Condition of may be observed and fulfilled with good faith by the The execution of the reciprocal engagements contain Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet
''..- lives of the United States America in Congress assembled. claim, right or title which the said Motes Job and Mar the Indian Tribes, and their Treatment by the Civil United States and the citizen thereof. ed in the present treaty Is made subordinate, in solar Eilhckinick. Shanghai,and Anderson's
-.., That the thanks of congress are hereby presented garet his wife, and James L. hUddle may or can have and Military .Vuthoritiee. In witness whereof, I have hereunto sot my hand, a* ii necessary, to the formalities and rules established bacco. Smoking To-
.-. to Brevet Major-General Alfred H. Terry, and thereto ; and said tots and property shall thereafter be" Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. by the constitutional laws of the high contr.ictiug par Cigars of the best brands. -
-- to the officers and men under his command, for the reserved from public. ale, preemptionor houx stead of the United State of America in Congress assembled, Done at the City of Washington, this eighth day of ties. PIPES, -
i-- unsurpassed gallantry and skill exhibited by them in settlement, and shall remain the propert/ the Uni That there ba raised a joint committee, to consist of September, ono thousand eight hundred AKTKLE VI. Merschaum, -
:. ,2 the attack upon Fort Fisher, and the brilliant and decisive ted States. three members of the Senate, to be appointed by the and sixty-four, and of the Independence of It is well understood that the provisions A-'ticle 3 Imitation Merschanm -
victory by which that important work has 'been Approved, February 23, IfeCS. president of the Senate, and four member pf the [L. a 1 tho United States of America the eighty- will only be obligatory wita respect to the State which Briorvrood, ,
1'- captord from the rebel forces and placed in the pos r W present House, to be appointed by tho speaker ot ninth. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. has taken part in, or those which shall adhere to, the Diamond and Matches.RosewoodApplewood, Clay, Jrc.
'. session and under the authority of the United States ; Joint Resolution to facilitate the Adjustment of certain.' the House of Representatives, to inquire into the By' the President : treaty of this elay, the King of the Belgian reserving Safety .
and for their long and faithful service and nnwaverinir Accounts of the American Colonization Society for" present condition of the Indian tribes, and especially F. W. SEWAED, Acting Secretary of State. to himself exproHi-ly the right to establish the manner LIQUORS, SYRUPS. ETC.
S devotion to the cause of the country, in the midst the support ofrooantured Africans in Liberia. in the manner Iu which they aro treated by the of treatment OH to fiscal an.l customs regulations of ves Brandy. -
of the greatest diWentle and dmnirvrs.Bso. He nraoired by the tttnate and Huuu of Reia-t ntatiitt civil and military authorities of the Ubitcd States Convention between the United States of America and ads belonging to Mates which shall not be parties to Sherrv Wine,
.- 2. And be it further resolved, That the Presi of the United RUuti America in Congress atumllti with power to sit during the recess of congress ; to His Majesty the King of the Belgium; Dated at this treaty. "Port Wine, -

dent of toe United Spates be, and he hereby is, requested That the secretary ,,of the Interior be, and is ,hereby, end for persons and papers ; to employ a clerk, to Brussels, May 20, 1863; Ratified March 6, 1864; Ex- ARTICLEu.. Holland Gin, T
to communicate this resolution to General Terry, authorized and directed to adjust and settle the accounts iubpu-na or compel the attendance of witna sea ; to changed, June 24, 1864; Proclaimed by the Presi ,The present treaty shall be ratified, and the ratifica Whiskey,
and through him to the oncers and soldiers under his of the American Colonization Society for the support of Lear the complaints of Indian chiefs, and examine fully dent of thd United States, November 18, 1864. tions thereof shall be exchanged at Brmsel.s, with the Blackberry Brandy
command. recaptured Africans in Liberia, under contracts made into he conduct of Indian agents and superintendents, BY THE PBE9IDE.VT oti-uEtxinzD STATES OP AMERICA. least possible delay.In Lemon Symp
.APPBOTBD, January 24, 1863. for that purpose under the authority of the act of con and also into the management of the harem of Indian A PROCLAMATION. faith whereof, the respective plenipotentiaries -VanllUSyrnp,
gress approved June sixteenth eighteen hundred and affairs in the Department of the Interior : and to report The President have signed the same in duplicate and affixed thereto Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple ,
A Resolution tendering the Thanks of Congre to sixty;on the principles of equity at the next session of congress such legislation as of the United State of America on the teeir seals. Syrup
Rear-Admiral David JD. Porter, and the Officers Approved, February 23,'1865. may be necessary for the better management of Indian one otht-nldt side,.his tiavlncAom Majesty the. King of the Belgians.. en the Done at Brussels, the twentieth day of July, eighteen White-Lead- PAINTS. OILS, ETC. -- '- ;
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affairs and i n i /* / ,
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Petty O8eeiSeameili and Marines nude r his Command Mnrl 1 hrt.t.vut nn u. l.l J hundred and sixty-three. Chrome ,
for their Gallantry and good Conduct In the Joint Resolution directing the Secretary of the Treasury of any numey in the treasury not otherwise'appr .- by gation new entered stlpula.ions.into the treaty of commerce and navi H. S. SANFORD. (t. a.] Chrome Green.Yelhow -
recent Capture of Fort Fisher. to issue American Registers to British Schooners priated, the srun of fifteen thousand dollars to defray by the United States and Belgium Prussian
Resolved by the Senate and House the expenses of the on the seventeenth day of July, eighteen hundred and Treaty ofMay IStEl between Blue .
of Representatives "Minnie Williams"and."E. M. Baxter." same. Belgium and the Netherlands Red and '
fifty-eight hare Black
of the United States America In Congress assembled. Bt retalred ly the Smote and ffuutt of ItfyraetdaJivet'oftM'Uttital'Stateof Approved, March U, 1805. dillon that resolved to wake a convention in ad annexed to the treaty of July 20. 1863. Painty .
.That the thanks of congress are hereby presented America in, Cvnqret ass ambled their to arrangement, and have appointed for His Majesty the King of the Belgian and his Majes Linseed Oil. Benzine, r < --
to Bear-Admiral David D. Porter, and to the That the Secretary of tho Treasury .A Resolution to extend the Time for contracting the The plenipotentiaries, namely: ty King of the Netherlands, having i-ome to an agreement Window Shades Plaster Paris, Whitin-, 4e.. *c>
officers, petty officers, seamenand marines under bit Ized and directed to lssufr Anierlran registers-to-the Burlington and Missouri, River Railroad, in Iowa, Sanford of the United States Henry Shelton upon the couUIona of the redemption, by capi Liquid Blue .
command for toe and filing a Map of Relocation.a a clllxen of the United State, their minister talization, of the dues established ,
.. unsurpassed gallantry and skill ex British bu t soboon./JJinoia WijUamaJS -b hibited them In the attack Resolved by the Senate awl House near his Majesty the King of the Belgian; hi of the Scheldt nnd of It
by Upon Fort Fisher, and Baxterald vessel b'elng now 'owned by a citizen of of Representative* Majesty the moiitlm by paragraph'J of the Congress Water
h. \&e brilliant and decisive victory by which that Irox Buffalo, 'Kew'Totk. 'r - ,
,. | >ri.' t work barf bera captured from the rebel forces Approved Fcbrnar>'-25,18C5! (That the time allowed by the eighth section of the act with the grand iron omcer.of the Order of Leopold, decorated solved to conclude a special treaty on this subject, and Citrate ,
and placed la tie postewion and under the authority of entitled "Au act ttfa'moud an act entitled 'An act mak- Eraextlne cross, grant cross of the order of the .have appointed for their plenipotentiaries, namely : Magnesia, -
.- b the United Btaies ; and for their lour and faithful services Joint Resolution in Relation to the Distribution of ling a grant of lands to the State of Iowa, in alternate Maurice and Branch St. Saxouy, of the Polar Star of St. His Mtjeoty the King of the Belgians, M. Aldephonse JunolO-lf Extract for making hoot Beer, &e., te..
;' and unwavering devotion to the ranee of the Books and Documents.Be sections, to aid iu the construction of certain railroads lion of Villa Vicoga Lazarus, of Our Lady of the Concep Alexander Felix, Baron du Janliu, commander of the
: ronntry in the midst of the greatest difficulties and It resolved by the Senate and.House of Beprc sontatives iu said state,* approved May fifteenth, eighteen bun AYhtto Eagle &c. of the Legion of Honor, of the Order of Leopold, decorated tvitn tire iron cross, the
-i--. Mpgcrs. of the United States of America in Congress assembled. dreti and flriy-8lx.for tie construction annually of resentatives ,his minister, a member of the Chamber of Rep Oaken Cr->tvn. grand cross anti commander of the Lmon TO SVTI.KUS AX1> COUNTRY TBADXBSl
: -'; 1 ic.3. And belt further sections of twenty miles each of the of foreign affairs; who after of the Netherlands, chevalier
resolved. That the Preelrnftf That the undistributed portions the books Burlington and having communicated grandcros and comman SUBSCRIBERS, DlSlRING CLOSE 3CHEIR
; the United States be requested to communicate and documents lieretoforeprinted Of purchased for Its, Missouri River railroad, be, aud the name in hereby, found to be in good and to cacti other their full powers der of several other orders his envoy extraordinary THE within the next sixty doys, offer for sale
lmion to Admiral Porter, and f'.rougb him use by order of'either honse- f congrcon,previous to ,xteiidcd one year, and that provision of the second the following articles proper form, have agreed upon and ininiater plenipotentiary near to his Majesty the their entire stock at the very LOWEST .Ctsn Pwcra.
Apal&Ctra, eam'*y-i.4CKSOnvmc ... hundredand sixty-four AKTICXK i.
j. tjsn0 entitled "An act His Majesty the of
Tii4j.rlor flonrImhTt .nii .1dAwt.opA h5 to recrnlatHtLfl From and after the King the Netherlands, Metwrs. dize in the Market. consisting of-
-- m members of the present congress, under the direction compensation of regiment and receivers of tho laiidofllccH -thd- duties levied day wbeh the capitalization of Paul Vander Maeacn de Sombreff, chevalier grand Ladies and Gent's Shoes, Boots, ,SM, 8. Stationery
upon navigation iu the
Our friend, Captain C. K. Leiby, who fora ""/he Joint committee on printing ; and said ooininltltvi Uoji of in lands the by several the states states and and territories in time loca have been secured by a general arrangement.Scheldt shall cross minister of tho of Order of tho Nichan Iftibarof Tunis, his Playiag Cards, Cloths, Tailor's Trimming, Shonldor"
corporations under foreign affairs, M. Jean
** ereby directed to divide th?,books In question 1st. Tho tonnage dues levied in Rndolphe Thor- Straps for the Army and Navy, Hardware, Tinware,
tm occopied the position of District whicfi''* e nal to number to' the vrbolo number' grants by congress, which requires that a map of the cease. Belgian ports shall becke, chevalier grand cross of the Order of .the Lion Crockery Cigars, Tobacco, Butt r, Cheese, Stoves.

im -", A- 'Dresentativeg,'and delegates .from tcrrJtoOur change of location shall be filed with the commissioner 2tl. Fee for pilotage in Belgian of tbo Netherlands, grand cross -f the Order of Leopold Stove Pipe, Canned Good,Safe*Yankee Notloa, Soda-
-, : Commissary, has returned to his post after a [ COirly equal in value'and Importance Moae-U of tha general land office within ono year, bo, anil the Scheldt, In so far a* it depend on ports Belgium and shall in the interior of Belgium, and e>( many other orders, his minister of Water Appartoa for bottll g purposes, Business

short leaye of absence, looking hale and ConSC1efl.C. -ivJtr'bwte i.iU them to the senators rep- AvPRoytD hereby March repealed., 1803. reduced twenty per centum for sailing vessels,, twenty-be finance and M. Gerard Rend Beta, his minister of Wagons-new and second band, Photographic. Stock, *
a, be five centum for Amdrotypo Cases Fish Hooks and Lines &e. & -
may per vessel in tow, thirty Who c
per centum after
hearty. j | plaints from 'sevenrpper; A Resolution for steam veseh in having exchanged their full powers, found We desire to call your attention to the above : baring -
slid either good and duo
transferring form
Map Documents 3d. Port does and other have concluded upon the follow determined to retire- from business in the South
-. however that the inco relating to the Surveys of the Pacific Railroad to the charges levied by the city of ing articled :
I Antwerp shall bo throughout reduced. we are prepared to pacrlflce vpon our atork, and feel
IVe"tenderoar thanks to Mr. D. Damianlforiliberal for 8at5snea puiqcntlou of aof Dejar1mutz'oflhs1uter1ur. -- AKTICLI H. AIiTt.t.E i. confident that the Inducements we offer must give tho
.. porary, we are fioiolvexljlw Uiu euate and House of Representatives His Majesty the King of time Netherlands Public
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derogation to the renounce are .invited ta
of nice of tli t United lacs of JUi-rlca in Cougi eat a&iqmble ninth article of the treaty of tho forever, for the sum of 17.140.640 pajticularly
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sapply road K tlid seventeenth of Holland examine wock.
oysters., the are'doing every th presen; of July, eighteen hundred our
Tim ana the dues
all laapfi, pruflks. and plLt>r drj wing*, together fifty- levied upon| the
eight, the flag of the navigation of tie Scheldt ana N. B.-All perqona Indebted to informed
n't. nftre ii H United States us are
None of your sun baked jaccoon affairs but *itlz.t1U limited rneis 'vUh'f-aUmatca.and rop vU connected with explorations shall be assimilated of its mouths, hy irtue of
; power, and is hero- to (bat of Belgium for the transportation of paragraph 3 of. article 0 oi that an immediate settlement must be made. i
-. and nrve>6 for; tug 'ae.ilq1aUroad, made under the salt. the treaty of 19th April 1329.
the real! luscious bi-YalraTfresh from their at their command to accommodate theY auihorli\$ [ f Uie qveniuitnt and all other Information 5 ABTICLI III. C. W. DENNIS, CO. -
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