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 16, 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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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
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THE FLORIDA UNION 1'"f Fearful tragedy Autt taarrt

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If PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY :MORNING BY "i! 1 Parser S.:'O. Durban, of!l sjqimerjhilpp, of
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Annum In Advance .
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for less than Three rn.'DthlInle *. Heisler c*
Xo Subscriptions copies Are taken cents. nn4 account of the murder,of Captain ,

$ ADVERTISING : the S3d U. S. O. T., by three young :linen-,

Two dollar per Square of Ten Koupariel Line,or members of three of the most: respectable- .

oocupyiug the game space, for first insertion : Ouc dies in Augusta. The circumstances;attend I
dollar for each wilwcqueut
liberal deduction made to permanent ad vcrtist"r" !!. ...-.. ,.. -- ing the terrible murder, are of the most painful -

JOB PRINTING nature, and the entire,community has been .

In e\ Ic,neatly and promptly executed. VOL. 2. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1865. NO.5. in a tremendous state of alarm and. .excite.

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TilE LAST WONDER OF TilE AGE. we have abundance since--should it, or AX ENCOURAGING VIEW. as the increase of the flesh covers expensesand [From the Savannah Republican,September 5.] mulatto who had been ,kept astne,mistress or .

An Automaton Able to See' and Spell could it ever have: been accepted in our TIll: TRUE POLICY OF OUR PEOPLE. the wool is clear.It Negro Strike in Savannah-The Military one of the young men, received, the. attentions -
Drains ofNtt'1 and lira--*, Eyeof Steel Promptly Interfere and Arrest thefling1eader. and visits of the officer, and the Captain -
of the "facts of the
and Ilrass rh't'rHru'r.rln" judgement as one age. f is said laying clown land to grass costs .
and llrass
:Now however, we know that the thing is [From the Atlanta Intelligencer.] and being discovered with th Cyprian, was .
rlllK'CI'8-0f the Same. money we have none ? The owner of a Yesterday morning about seven o'clock, ,
[From the Sew York Citizen.] not only feasible, but simple beyond measure SPRING B.XK.Ilgust 20, 1S( .1. tho\6<1l1tl acres of laud can sell five hundred the hour at which the stevedores and laborers chased by the three young men, who

The Iocomotiv9, the steam and caloric engines ; simple, indeed-at least in principle, Editor oj Intfttigenrer : acress to put the other five hundred in or- commence their work on the wharves in their re\'oIer at him, wounding th officer

lighting cities by ga*, and the arts of though with infinite details and elaborations The receipt of a letter from a friend, one der. If there are no purchasers now there loading and discharging steamers and other in his three nock places which, one proved of the mortaL shots penetrating After Inflicting -

daguerreotyping and photographing of mechauicism was that !summary pro of our most estimable and distinguished men, soon will be. It is better to make one half vessels, a crowd of would be independent negroes wounds of the
these terrible one -
these are but a few of the more common- cess by which Columbus taught perplexed has suggested this communication. The of our property profitable than to whine over concluded not to "let well enough cuts

place Instances which might l be( cited of the philosophers and despairing! : .taton*' how to tone of that letter was ?o sad and it was so the profitlessness of the whole.It alone," and accordingly struck for higher murderous gang inflicted several ghastly .
lifeless body.-
with dirk the almost
wonderful progress of the present century in make an egg: maintain, of its own accord, a similar in sentiment to other utterances from is a common opinion that valuable grasses wages, demanding $2 per day for their labor. upon
survived his but twenty '
The Captain injuries ,
obtaining Intellectual control and use of the perpendicular] and not a lateral position. We good and true men, that I have thought it will not grow in Cotton States. This is a The demand WHS Very justly, we think, treat- minutes. It will credible:
material' forces :around us. And yet, strangeas have now seen this thing done as many times might do good, availing myself: of the privilege mistake; they will grow and grow well. Red ed with as bold a refusal from the employersas sm.
that such fiendish act the stabbing .of.s-
it may sound, not one of these has filled as we have seen the machine-of which one of age, to express in a public forman clover will thrive on manured clay uplandand the unjust and unreasonable request de- a a
who had been assailed three
I us with such wonder-with so supreme asenc other curiosity is, that every visit seems onlyto under my own name, other views of a on any rich bottom land not too wet for served. It seems that a few ignorant negroes dying man, b
could but
of the possibilities within reach of deepen our interest and yet further to ex-\\ more cheerful character in regard to (the fu- wheat. Herds grass will flourish on any bot- who were receiving $1.50 per day for their i I tie his number, b ptt
shudder record this
...0..%. t..rvllv/ ..o J-ttlUO t.0 toG ot% ol>o
one particular: operation of the Alden Typesetting only that the machine has eyes and can discriminate It ;Is true that we have a prospect: of he 1\'J ter pasture! where orchard grass and meadow ored laborers, to join them in a strike, and ty. The parents of the unfortunate young ..

and Typo-distributing machine in letters, and brain and can unspell : taxation, both Slate and national; it i is tru< oat grass will not grow, the Terrell grassor finding'that there was no prospect of men who have participated hi this ,shocking ,. ,

which the necessity for ]human: intelligence well-ordered words oftype; but even in that that we have lost our negroes, and that our wild rye will grow. For summer pasture upon their demand being acceeded to,they gathered tragedy, are plunged into the dept grief .. ,
for the dreadful stain that has
appears abolished by mechanism ; and chaos known to printers ns "pi" (and which farms have in many instances been laid waste neither Old England or New England have in a gang and threatened to shoot and b m -" -

wherein it would almost seem that the "lin- non-professional readers can best understand and devastated; it is true that we are to undergo any grass equal to Bermuda. Lucerne, which kill every man who was willing to work for on the family escutheon, and the grief stricken -
families receive the of the
gers of steel and brass" have not only eyes by fancying a thousand type-letters shaken in painful and inevitable: contact withit cannot be raise. at the North or in England the just compensation of $1.50 per day.- will sympathies

in their busy! tips with which to read the letters up in a bag), the steel and brass brains, steel- the solution the most: profound prob'lem I and which is incomparably the best of all These outrageous proceedings for a time interfered public in these their hours of sore distress..

of our alphabet, but also brains to comprehend and-brass eye, and stccl-and-brass fingers of which has yet been submitted to the minds:;ol forage plants for hay,both as to quantity and with the important business on the This i one of those awfu calamities which ,

their spelling and meaning, and to this automaton type-distributor will be j justas : statesmen-the sudden( lifting up from a quality: -thrives on lands sufficiently rich, in wharves, but in a short time an officer appeared ought not to fail to produce a deep, and we of ." .

direct their re-distribution, when used into much at home; and each particular unit state of slavery of four millions of an inferiorrace Georgia; from the mountains to the shifting on the scene with a squad soldiers, and ) trust, indelible impression upon the'mind3

their proper places. of the chaos will be despatched far more rapidly to a state of freedom; and above all it is sands of the seacoast. There is"nb part of the turbulent leaders were provided with a of those :young m r in our midst who' are :j

Each of these machines will to-day enable and unerringly back to its appointed placeof true that we halo t thousands of our best, Europe iYmerica better suited to the profitable J military escort to the Guard House, where inclined to lead a vicious and dissolute life, ,'f, ,:
intelligent man or woman, with a little rest, than half-a-dozen of our best practical and bartering away healt talents. .
any noblest, and truest men. I rearing of live stock, under a proper they will repose for a while until brought before -
and life itself in
practice, to do neatly, pleasantlyuul) uneiringty : printers= were using their dozen eyes to But while these arc sad realities, all is not I I system; of management, than the State of the Courts to answer to the charge of reputation, even many cases,
sake of debased
the same amount ol labor now perfonncllalwl"s tell what family each letter belonged to, and lost.: We have retained our self-respect. No Georgia. This is not theory or speculation. lawlessness and disturbers of the peace.- for the pandering to a pas
sion. It is that the assassins
I reported were
painfully, always erringly, their !sixty fingers to restore these type-metal humiliating concessions have been demanded This conclusion is based upon more than The arrests exerted a salutary influence on "
under the influence of the "rum demon and ,
and often at a sacrifice he:1lth-by any six difuns perdus to their abandoned homes.: of us.Vc have been required to pass underno twenty years of close observation in this the balance of i "strikers, who speedily dis- forced ,
from her
of our swiftest practical printers. The whole Timothy Alden, a practical printer In- yoke. We have been) defeated not by country and in Europe. It is my firm belief persed when they witnessed the fate of their reason was they

machine for setting up! type is indeed analo- trade and a born genius in mechanics: : devoted equal but superior, even overwhelming number that if this change in our system of agriculture foolish leaders. We should be glad to havean committed the diabolical deed which will,
perhaps cost them their lives. The wine
gous to a circular piano, the key-board: over twenty years of his life to the con- ::-. :Nearly every General of distinction in be adopted with life and energy, in a example made of just sueh men as these cup.
the wine oh chalice it
occupying but a small! !space on one side of struetion of this wonder of inginuity; and the Federal army, has awarded to us in pub few years ourselves and our children will be strikers, for a favorable opportunity Is pre- cup, what a poisoned

the machine, and each key being' marked died-another ::'Moses: seeing but not enteringthis lic assemblages:: at the :North, the characterof in a really more comfortable condition, and sented to teach ignorant negroes that the law has been to millions eloquent lips, sig'them
in and death. Beware
with its peculiar letter or combinationof promised land just as the first. rude brave and honorable adversaries. European ; in the enjoyment of a sounder prosperity will not allow a man to demand compensation infamy .

letters, such as' "in;," "cd/' 'tIte," "that: ,*' model was: completed awl in working order. } nations: without exception, have rendered -J JI I lhan when we held our negroes and planted for labor "net (trmM." syren voice of this arch demon who sprCrl..
his for innocent and fee*.
".is," "ought," and !so forth. :60 absolutely To him succeeded his cousin: Henry W. the same anarch.Vc1id that whichwe i exclusively cotton and rice. We will give the negroes a little friendly, snares wary '" -

simple is operation: indeed-caused by the Alden, w ho had spent over $40OOO, accumulated thought right. 'Y' (. periled life and pro- I: As a part of this system we need the deelopmeut wholesome advice gratuitously, which they TIT FIRE .AUGUSTA.. .

1 elaborate perfect ion of its 11H.'d13nic.m-that: by ha1'lllabor in the gold mines of Cal- perty upon the i issue., In the hands: of an \ of a resource heretofore comparatively will do well to observe in future, if they On Friday night they: people ot Augusta .-

even on the first! day of seeing it, any child fornia: ns a pabulum toward feeding the in- overruling Providence we were Ulbuece sfll1. idle-the immense water power found would promote their own interests as laborers were thrown into a state of terror, and as the

"'I knowing how to spell could, with fant: days of this voracious discovery: ; and Let us accept the result with dignified and m almo-t! : every section of the State. Independent and at the same time secure the respect reports of a plot to burn the city in retaliation .
for the murder, spread from house, to
very little instruction commence melting up lastoc.iating: himself with this surviving exhibition of His will -
manly fortitude as the of its value otherwise, the farmer requires and confidence of the whites.

type more rapidly and accurately than could cousin, organizing a company composed of concerning our-<:h'es and our country. that there shall be proportion of con- The laborer is everywhere worthy of his house, the excitement became intense A

a practical printer of the present day merely the most responsible and leading citizens of Our Bibles, our churches, our schools our ':Mimcis to afford a home market for his pro hire, but this does not justify the organizingof letter threatening to lay the city in ashes,was .

working with his fingers. the metropolis: and evoking the capital to freedom of and speech our civil demands sent to the Chief Engineer of the Fire De-
thought: ducts. This development capital. secret bands of men to attempt to extort
These machines, too-elaborate as they are make the work of Timothy Alden's ]life and immunities citizens of partment and the Commanding officer had ,
rights as Georgia, This capital can be obtain in Europe. I have by threats from their employees what they

and having co t the I life of their first inventor, "bloom to profit" as a thing of world-wide arc l left unelMmbed, !saving: the comparatively found' Ity personal inquiry that the objection deem just compensation for their services. all the gad double to prevent any such ",

Timothy Alden, and more than two hundredS and eternal value for all generations af men, few cxceptcd. When before has there of both capitalists: and laborers in Europe to The freedmen must understand that in all designs from being executed, and

thousand dollars, since expended in bringing! came Charles} C. Yeaton, now of Brooklyn, been a conquered} people, in any age or in the South was founded on the existence of contracts for labor, it takes two to make a to check l demonstrations of mob violence.

them to to their present perfection-arc so whose character presents: a rare blending of The strongest precautions were wisely taken
: of the left in conditionso This is rciuoveeland
any portion globe, a :lavery. objection now bargain. If you are employed unloadingvesse

cheap and durable that we prophesy, ere qualities, embracing: tic skill, exactitude and favorable: ? Think of the "yoke" of the both capital and labor can be procured by s, digging the soil, or hoeing the cotton, by the military authorities t suppress any .

many years, they will find a place in every tireless patience of the mechanic, the fiery Roman: of the "llvnWiV( of the Middle proper effort. I would venture to suggest to you must realize that in addition to the legal outbreak, and at the tune the Union left the .

I commercial or other business-house 1m ing an veal and sanguine faith of the discoverer,and Ages, of the :spoliation and partition of Poland the Convention soon to assemble, the propriety terms of the contract there is always a. tacit excitement was on the wane. The,, three
extensive and in murderers are closely guarded, and their trial -.
correspondence ; evc-n the those more common-place not less vuluaIde -
of the
criiahed. and ruined Hungary, of slllincommissioner: ; to Europe to understanding existing between employer
private houses of gentlemen be colii.cjiee is progressing in open Court The.evidenceis
whomay commercial
I attribute- which win miserable: fate of the conquered) in the successive :secure the introduction of foreign capital and and employee which cannot honorably be ignored -
\ amateur wooers of the muses of the Jlelksfaltres and to to form what is called( the i said to be overwhelmingly conclusive as,
: revolutions which have
go scourged: !skilled labor from Lombardy and other coterminous at the caprice of either.
or who, from cause shall desire *: I to their guilt, and the deepest Interest i imanifested U
any I "perfect bavine man. France, of the more than century of Ireland'sdeep I States, in which the climate to our For a gang of laborers to accept the offer
to bare wjthin their in the progress of the trial. '
; ready means reach for lf;
How many hundred or thousand parts humiliation, of the doom of those who own, in which the practice of irrigation, so of an employer: at a stipulated price merely ------ -. ---- -

multiplying copies of any letter, pasquinade there are in each separate: Aldcn Type-setter:; "suffered":: in Scotland in the Rebellion of I II important to us, is best understood, and in i for the avowed purpose of secretly conspir- The True Solution.

invitation, business document, circular, .or : Distributor we do not know ; but we do I 17J5 1 and of the contication of property and I which the people are industrious, used to a lug to abandon him at the very moment The spicy Southern correspondent of the, !
other issues of *'
written In
thought. a word, know that, if it made a million of these machines banishment oft 1 hove: in Georgia who, in the hot !sun, ami accustomed to low wages. I when he most requires your services, and Cicinnat Commercial, who is taking "views
this machine-its tola '
cost only 2.000, its ('nrycrew, spring, pin, and other Revolution} had( taken:; up arms against the The change in the system of agriculture when you are" aware that he has either to afoot" in the States of Georgia,Alabama,and

material parts lasting for lifty years, and its of cadi would be transferable inter- Colonies. Contrast these instances with our is thisrefreshing picture of hu- '"
part or proposed: is but an adoption of the system submit to your demands or lose money, Mississippigivc
most delicate
even'with the hardest
portions," rli/ingcable: l with the-imilarfr:1gllllnt! : : of every condition. But a single; step is required of practised in Europe from time immemorial, contemptible and dishonorable in the extreme. I II common sense in a Southern '.

work of a "great daily! % good for a fourth or other machine so made-each atom of each us to plaee'us in a position quite equal to the and from which our former system was an : We would not be understood as attempting planter. The contrast is .both vivid and in- '
fifth of that time and ,
instantaneously renew- Automaton bearing a similar number-and most favored citizens of the United( States. unwise::; : remarkable departure. I I to deprive the laborer of the independencewhich ; structive, between' such conduct and that '
able at the factory at a trifling cost of some '
Mr. Yeaton haying specialty devised and That step is to swear in all honesty that we Courage then With belongs to every free man, but we do which this correspondent pronounces the
few dollars-this machine my countrymen.
we say, impressesus created for the manufacture and numberingof will be hereafter loyal to the Governmentwith health and strength, with clear consciences, contend that strikes of all kinds are pernicious rule in the region he has trudged'over:

as an inauguration and "Every" and before man his own each part peculiar tools and machinery. which we have just been at war. Could and with the blessing of God, we can mouldour and very seldom successful, and the I stopped to drink (oh, how sweet water ''

printer publisher will; be many producing in every case :a precisely !similar less be demanded ? Is there any teaching of own future. It is unmanly to repine.It .- very fact that all sorts of mean chicanery is tat to a foot-traveller in the sunny and .

years institution we expect in first-class they houses as common Pteam-hea- result. Thus, if by carelessness or accident, history which could have induced us to expect i is suicide to sit with folded arms. It is resorted to in order to originate a strike is to andy South)!I'at a ,place temIrly-.ocu. '

ters iron safes billiard table or ny pin, or screw, or spring, or other limbaI so little as a condition precedent to our cowardly to run away from a suffering state our mind pretty conclusive proof that thereis pied by a gentleman of t e name' u.! '
,a or refrigerating '
meatsafe.But I minor or major-ofany one these machines restoration to our rights and immunities .' until all hope is dead. Towards the Government either great ignorance and misapprehension Herbert Tatum (I was particular to inquire .

it was not the setting of the 4 away out at San Francisco, or Hong Kong, It would not be human to forget the terrible : let us be loyal, in the selection of men of the intentions of employers, or else his name) i a Southern prodigy, being the

that struck us as the most wonderful up devel-type or Hakodadi, should be broken or lost t, the scenes of the late war. They are cut for office let us be careful, in our views of premeditated injustice on the part of the only man I have met in the South who, 'upon -

opment ofthis really amazing piece ot mc- preiprictor would only have to consult the upon our memories as with the point of)t a the future let us be cheerful, in the work of strikers to extort by violence their imperious the testimoney of the negroes themselvesfor

copiously illustrated explanation-book) prepared -. diamond. Since that war has terminated, it demands. If you are not satisfied with your ( their master was away), fails to share the
reconstruction let be in
chanicism. In that operation human intel- prompt, our own
with by Mr. Yeaton and scat to every purchaser would unmanly not to acknowledge the affairs let us be energetic, and towards our compensation, be manly enough to give your universal sudden revulsion by the late slaYe _
ligence, though only working lightly
find out the number of the missing clemency and liberality of the, Federal Gov- employer a reasonable notice .of your intento lords against their emancipated victims.- -
let be
Maker obedient. .
the point of a single finger,selected us reverently As to
every type ernment. The policy of President Johnson, seek for remunerative situation Strange to the planter educating his
the a more
part, and write to the nearest agency or say, i
attended to the sense and spelling our own beloved State, let us as Georgians so n "
comprehended New York factory for "Number 280," or present: and prospective, gives assurance that instead of basely leaving him in the lurch.- negroes himself. say, though impoverished
that each of enabled
the difference between non rci 1 act, one us may be to Stg
pll whatever else might be its number. But few every reasonable aid will be extended to us, Either employer or employee, the moment like rt ( was at the ,time
small and appropriate: and utter the memorable words of .
brt"nburgeos, cairitfilt,
agate ; parts of the machine, however, are liable to in our efforts to repair: the disasters i from Cardinal De Retz before the French Parliament they attempt to dictate, by threats, the priceof absent trying to procure corn), he- had a

and, in a word, presided over the machine any ordinary accident, all the finer work which we have suffered. With the full labor, debase themselves and are really along through the war, and still 'continues, '
intellectual : "In the most difficult times ofthe republic -
controller. What
is be
as to being carefully and strongly protected' ; whileall knowledge which we posse, s of the efforts guilty of a crime. Every man is naturally to share with his people the same he eats .
I never deserted the State in
thought, however, of the operation of redistributing such more delicate parts as are most likely now being made by Radicals at the North to ; expected to guard his own interests, but we hims lt Further, he does not now,and never -
the after have been used most! prosperous fortune I never tasted:: of hersweets
types they I to give way arc sent in duplicate or triplicate thwart his kindly purposes: concerning us, it believe that laborers can secure a fair equivalent did, show any distinction whatever among
in her most circumstances
desperate I
letter and '
each back into ;
placing point space the time of original purchase. will be an insanity on our part it we fail to for their services much more readily by his servants-had treated all alike-no.favor
its and for knew no fear. C. W. HOWARD.
proper appointed place, ready take the most and energetic measures like and discussing itism.
prompt compromising intelligent men -
This machine though ; ,
one .
man ._ __ ___
future use-an operation in which the machine or woman to do the work of ten will to place ourselves in a condition to afford the justice of their claims with their To be sure he had informed his servant
needs no human interference of any him material Before the war we last number of Punch than such of their perfect freedom of choice
we think, diminish: the demand for support. employers, by resorting to disgraceful to go where
kind-the steam or caloric engine, or any typesetting Now we arc apathetic.- contains a picture of the bottom of the At- and unwarrantable witnessed liked at the
labor but were precipitate. acts as were they same tie telling them thatif
other animate inanimate evidently increase! it, render lantic ocean, with a of mermaids ,
or inotiye group *
power If the -
hurtful. t/
is .
Each extreme equally on our wharves yesterday morning! and nrfPIP ? '
work less irksome
sufficing to work it, while its own brains and the and the remuneration radical party at the North obtains the ascen- !swinging; on the cable and gambolling around fir n.ini. n.- i"..vtvio win receive condign best he by them ; take them back wit .

eyes of steel and brass spell out every word, more abundant. The books will be dency another "ntel't shut in upon mIL it. At the side appoa old Hcpiune, who punishment. him to his and their home in'Mississippi,and
printed for the one Ihat can now find a publisher calls out, "Aho-o-o-oy there Let that 'ere .
give due reference to each punctuation mark night" will gather over and around us. Hope s-- locate them in comfortable independence and
; and scarce a village of fifty houses in cable alone can't ? That's the A Savannah correspondent describes Gen- '
and character of type, and send back everysingle will then have fled from us. Our only resource you way freedom on the plantaton. What, wonder:,
the land will be so poor or unenterprising as 'totdc one was wrecked." eral Gillmore as "a fine, wholesome-looking,
letter with a fillip to the receptacle of will then be the sad alternative of ex that the faithful creatures sti cling,to .s

its proper kin, there to await further calls of to remain without its daily paper. In all aspects patriation. This catastrophe can with certainty -I I The Boston Advertiser says: : "The 'bouy' solid six-footer, with big head and broad, a man? What wonder whle oth c rs

duty! I therefore, we hail this discovery as a be avoided, if the Southern people do I I which is reported to have been seen near the good-bumored face and a high forehead, complain that their ableboie negroes are

It was this assertion, when first heard, that I long step in the march of intelligent progress; their duty with energy and promptness. supposed unfortunate end of the Atlantic ,cable faintly elongated by a suspicion of baldness, leaving until they anf compel. _to. drive the t Crest

and to such of our readers as this notice may was doubtless the old bog, to whom the curly brown hair and beard, and a frank,
proved too much for our credulity. By no But it be asked, of what avail will be true smt;giatefuifor. a

stretch of imagination, not being mechani: have interrested we recommend an early visitto restoration may to our civil and political rights submarine wire has probably gone." open face, and you have him.. A quickspeaking away"the, meyer knew

clans, could we comprehend how such a the Tribune office, where the machine is and since are penniless and A New York reporter heard a foreigner quick-moving: soldierly man ,he is, an any of this much abU rc however imbruted : ,

miracle practically: at work. M, O'R privileges we explaining the phenomenon of "the gaily accomplished engineer, Oncxof the finest practical ;
could be performed ; and it has been our lands are left without laborers to cultivate to ignore; that they all .
.5Jr dressed ship" at Aspy Bay as follows : artillerists the world, and withal a the '
rule and ask
a long since adopted l our private guidance little big, nothing t" privilege
be asked
This .
them ? question by .
We hear that the crowd of may
among applicants "Aw1 blarst it the fact is whose ideas are not !limited by.the '
gentlemen '
that, at least in terrestrial matters, who is the owner of five hundred, or a you man rangeof of remaining, even if they should_ have. to
for who the President'sMansion one "
pardon thronged see, that big ship with hall them flags whichheverybody his profession. .. "
remain before with sdch'a
nothing not comprehensible to the senses thousand more acres of land. A _. as master? '
or perhaps .
yesterday was a man who bore a '
should be believed without ocular demon thought was the Great Heast- : 'Upon which"the 'Louisville ,Pres
European and a Northern man would be An enterprising correspondent who has ,U'l
letter to the President from a distinguished' '- '.
ern turns hout to 'ave been nothing more .
tion. Setting up the type by machinery, we politician to the following purport : That the amused at the question. If either of them less visited Galena,: ,informs the public,that,General well observes:
than a small fishing smack wlth'ihc red
could understand for there we had human The whole_act, of reconstruction, the solution -
; ned so much land without owning anything Grant's salary while charge of his fa-
bearer who not O'.v ;
a man
was! poor was possessed shirt of one of the fishermen hung in the '
intelligence reading the copy, spelling the of the five I hundred dollars which he else, he would. consider himself rich.- up ther's hide store there; for two years before : af the negro problem, and the successful '. ,
understood '
rigging 0 dry and which all those hapes at r
words, nominating a key-board with subservient done would do f adjustment of labor, are in the sim- ? '
was to obtain such a doc- We must do as they have or the war, was $40 a month. He was unableto 'cnolde ,
finger, and picking out each letter necessary We revolutionize at Haspy Bay mistook for, the woyal hensign.Aw pic,just, deentgood.wi1i: sel forth ui ,
ument and trusted to the of the in like circumstances. must find out whether the General voted for ,t a ,
generosity -
ha ha 1 demme I" ,
just as the brightest and best of her sex Positively this brief i if thecye.besin't0"
every agriculture. We must give Lincoln in 1860 of the statement. Verily :
President; to grant the pardon. In languageand our system or Douglas aa none: 1 4
evening picks out for us.a thousand notes of our. land a value independent( of labor. We J Mr. Davis now has a paper or two to read, neighbors took interest enough rtmember.Harper's ;! glo, the whole cly shout be'full of light-!
manner never to be forgotten by, those and is supposed to bo much interestedin for: 'has -
melody, by similar means, from the hidden must make it work for itself. very Magazine September on' Christian morality, c t be morn to the .
who witnessed it President "- I
Johnson declared
the of cables. illustrated poem commencing; '
and palpitating wires of her grand piano. Is it asked how can this be done'? The subject South flowas; the illnmmtor.and'guide,thakthe -
that the letter was a gross:: and utterly unwarrantable ... "Sweet is the voice that calls "''* ,
Hut 'lor a machine, working as an automaton reply is easy. Sow a large portion of these S -- --- From babbling waterfalls." wit;.and,accomplishments of all her, s'tmanshi ]*- I

and with no human being in the room or outrage, not only upon himself, but lands in permanent grasses suited to the soil "Want to see Grant'mighty bad. do, you?" No intended, however.A Ip. '-f& ,

near it, to unspell each word in a column upon every member of his household, even and climate. From them thus laid down said a blue-coated veteran to, the people _' ;' I.

correctly, pick out each letter and point- to the lowest page in attendance. He ordered horses crowding aboard the cars the other ,morn- good story is told of a country Methodist The South does not yeild to the"North in ,1- .
the man to be shown the door. How make butter, cheee:: hay, and raise at whose house an itinerant preacher for of General .
with ing their to the to respect "
due assignment of character, too, asto71pareil on way capitol get a.squint appreciation Grnt- .
any gentleman: could so far forget himself as mules, cattle, hogs and sheep. The wool at famous W-a-a-11 in was passing the night ; who, when bed time While the Southern people are Ar : '.

or breritr,small caj/iUttt, uyulc orbLrgeoiland to himself and his probably innocent crop of Georgia, in a few years, can be made our General. why came and family prayers'were suggested, In table:and demonstrative than.the, .pp1e':of i

bend each spinning back: into expose the former value of its cotton crop. thunder didn't you come down to the front, searching for a Bible, finally produced a the North, we believe that they. t If !

its proper trough,why this, indeed, was something client to such deserved and stinging rebukewe to equal when: he wanted! to see you, hey?"-Watercilte couple of torn leaves of the good book, with Gnem nt with as much interest and,; -

we could not begin to understand ; are at a loss to imagine.-Washington It costs less to raise a pound of fine merino I I Me.t, Mail I the naive remark "I didn't. know. I was! so- re as he ex'te among theni"': ...
it docs to raise n pound of cotton, near Qut of Bibles." ..> ,.t, ,
nor without occular demonst ration-of which CI ron if If,.ingatt 28// wool than ,Rcunp Tm. > t

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: ihe giith!; _iB1I. TH: FLORIDIAN AND ,nn1RNAL : LATE NORTHERN NEWS. '! CENSUS OF FLORIDA IN 1860. in fitting out the laboratory with -_ -

RESTORATION TO ITS OWNERS. : ; The foUowin table exhibits a statement of the number of inhabitants in the State of i .pparatus and in engaging a sufflc.

the Helen -- i Florida, according to the Unitikl States Census of 186: i iI '>cr of competent nu l:
The "Floridian & Journal" or rather "The By Getty, which arrived here --- asmuch chemist and assistant* -j

.. :: JACKSOimLtE, SEPT. 18,1885. Semi-Weekly Floridian" comes to us this late_last evening we have Northern papers .1 -. ,'ITE". _r nUf(OLO8t/ :' I I Aggvegautnr7' I made by a no sp apprprlcn had i !
"uv I
week, with the names of the old proprietors, of the 9th inst. Mr. Estelle, of the Savannah ,". \ Total pnpula- Dr. had undertaken instltutioD
i IammOnC "
'"GENERAL ORDER N 0.39." 'I ---- free. __ _- ___ ___I tion.Male. etbl 1
Messrs Dyke and Sparhawk at the head of Depot will please accept our thanks upon own responsibility. l

The importance of this order just issued by its columns. The establishment having, for late dte .I! emIO.r_T t1 Male.I Fern. Total. -J Male.l Fernale.j Tota ; therefore, the Surgeon-General fell from W

CoL MABPLE, Commanding the District of a -- __ _____ the difilculties incrscd, and some f
the editor "been restored to them --- : .. 3,767 4: 4 71 26J. ZW4I437evard 8, J had
by Ala : : ; to be adopted
says I I by which leho
East Florida, cannot be over estimated, nor Trial of Wlrz. .i BnOn ... 1 136 88 24 1'1 81 2) 8. 131 211! 2"6 to pi
proper authority." j,I ......... 442 4.!) 85 9. 2! 2o1 524, 1,446 necessary funds and to have the '
does its promulgation come one moment too We the opening yesterday ot the Wlrz military court Coun...... .....! 76 1,3 41 3 71 i 2511 519: expenditures legalized. To meet 1
congratulate these gentlemen I I .. 1.91
soon. Cold weather will soon upon us upon a communication from the prisoner was read asking COlumta..1: . .I 1, 151 2,5821 1 1 ... .1 11 1,05 1,052.831( culties it wasfinally concluded not'the dif
b having their property restored to them andas .. 5 26 81 1. .. II 2,511 l' .
when the wants and necessities of the the privilege of being allowed t receive the vail, for Dae.. ..-. .. .1 ... 1,364 2.9251 7 91 162 1 \ / establishment "labrtor but"medical
and destitute poor we know them to b able and experienced spiritual consolation, of two Catholic clergymen,.for- Es ... ... .. 2,034 1.620 36541 '!, i6 15: 3,807, 1.0. r7 SS 1.9611 U/87j :074cambia. veying depot," it part of the Pu-
) not onlvbe increased 648 3, 5,76 DUN
7 1,378 3. '
wl greatly journalists as well as men of sense and judge merly chaplains at Andorsonnlle The members of Frankll..1.. ., : 3,981 2 4 : 1.3'1 2i' 520 veying depot in New York. But not with

but their sufferings greatly intensified unless ment, it is fair to presume that their future tho court expressed their willingness to grant the H ........ 155 1,80, 2,73 12j; 1 23 61' 2.757,! 2,809 em: 2,6; 5.40'') 9:396amilton. 4'1S4500 :; out much opposition did the j in

something i speedily done for their immediate in request ; but, not having the power to do so, the matter Hemando*..... .. 50 1.0; .. ,.. ... ..I 1.0. 10 70 10'; 1.371 i'oo Washington consent to have it authorte
and benefit. course management of their papr, was referred to the War Deparment. Only a few witnesses Hisbrugh... .. 1,12", 2.45, 21..1. 21 2.411 2G&1 :j 51 20! 2981 great pressure having been contnued, a
.. bear
permanent Everythingin will be such commend ... 619 (52, 1.27, 3 1,274, '
to itself
as were examined the important feature of the J I ...... ..![ Z'0t 2(1 43 2.:1 2.461 12.! 1'3 upon the Secretary of War by the
the IYI :
of house hut Jaclon. 4. : leading
shape a hovel availableto
or approval of the authorities, and commandthe proceedings being the reading of rebel documents I, Jeterlon .... .. 1.,I 1.1.4, 3,498, :I 4 3Z0'21! 3O73, 6374, 10:2 manufactures of medicines and
the crowds offreedmen who have been for .... .... 7Gl 72, 1,490 11... \ 3,2 1 Xcw York and r
respect and confidence, and we hope the showing conclusively that the horrible treatment which Leo! ... ....... 1,6"7 3.194 34, .i I.Ul24 87'' Philadelphia to induce him
the past four months,flocking into town is liberal of the oar soldiers received at Andersonville was inflicted Levy. .. .. .. ..... 696 63)1 lT31.!.......1..1. 3.251 !! 4,40' !' 12'33 to shut the place up.
patronage community. ; :
crowded and with the knowledge of the Richmond authorities. L'1 berty. .... .... 40)() 4-5, 13).... .., Ii ,: 261 4S 1'457 Hit the Secretary failed to gratify these
t overflowing, no sooner is a They propose for the present to publish the Tee M adison... ... l.R23j 1,698 8 1. 9' 3,3oi 2,13 2.25'; gentlemen, and has quietly ,
of the comprised reports of Howell Cobb, General Winder, .... ..., 4.249 79 permitted the two
shanty meanest description abandoned Manate..1 / : 60! 121
"Floridian, as a SemiWeekly.The Wire and Dr. Eldridge. Cobb'g report waa addressed .1.796 .27t1 .601..1. I i 11 13 2.625' 2 8 establishments to continue in operation,

than it find tenants ready and waiting tote Editors' remarks that, "in resuming t the rebel Adjutant General Cooper, at Richmond, jjf 1lron..j(onroe...... 1,276 1,026 2.3, 73/ aLl lt,1 2,462 3.2952.689j', 257' 194451\ 86 i hough he has never officially recognized
.... ...... /
possession, and, we owe it to the natural business, it may not be out of place to saythat and testifiics to the crowded condition of the prison assau Uh-er.... ... 1.622 1,108/ 870/ 3,0'I.9Z i ii.... 54f I 2.012. ,' 8"0: 71, 1,6121! 3'6 them

healthiness of the place, the possibly decent it will be our endeavor so to conduct our pen. lie said that he presumed the character of the NOr Putnam.ange................ ....... 452 .45 720 1CjT4 823 1' 1..i. .' 11 824, 32321 f8\ 741,, 3.82 t7 went JJr. energetically Bill, undisturbed ahead by to these difcultie.

sanitary regulations of the Military Au- journal to the real substantial interests prison was well understood at Richmond. Judge Ad- anta Uosa....., 2,117 1.931 4.08 3 2.;:, 61,, 1.6', 82"1 5- 54, 1.0.t, 2,712 task before him-that of supplying the
promote 4.101
a vocate Chipman intimated that the object of the prose-i .... 91 978 1,371 54H Army
thorities, which by the way are poorly] en- st.cation Johns I. 1.9533 49j 821 2.03.4/ < 55:! : as soon as possible with and reliable
/ pure
of the country as we understand them. in this documentary evidence was | Su wanflee...... 796 1,467..... 1,4t8.. 1001 '
forced; and more than all perhaps to the late, introducing I Su mter .... .....I 53'' 671 lO00; .... ......i.... .... 1.0/01 27.' 401' 8' 2'303 medicines, and he has succeeded beyond all
The paper will be what is termed "loyal"that to show that, though no doubt i entertained that Wirz I[ Tj ylor... ...... .. 5861.259.... ..;... ..;.... ..: 6U 27 f .9'' I'HJ 'expectations. _
ness of the season, that some fearful epidemic is to the editors will counsel i an atrocious criminal others higher rebel position Yolupia; ... ...... 467 3. 861i..j' I .... .... ...! 1.2'9' 151'' 1i' 12'7; 1'3: A description of the establishment

has not been engendered here, that in its fatal I say shared his guilt. I| W akulla......... .. 868 804j 1.672.1., .....,......1. 1.672 573'' 59"1 1.16i! at a recent visit will be as seen
peace and a sincere and hearty return to obedience .altol..1. 1.3141.210 2.584 71 s: l2 2i1 now interesting.

ravages would liaye been more fatal to human to the laws and Constitution of the IAUcr-from--President- Jolimton. i I W ashington ..... !. tl/ 8W': 1.670 81 2 I! 1 1, 2.5'H l.r)1; 23s: 21.21; 47'Ul 2'1.3037 After leaving the office we'were frt shown
the This
life than the shO ofcontending aries I United State This has now become a JACKSON, Mississippi, *ptPmb.1 t ToI, .. .. .... .I------1-----1 4ii, : 'o.ol 1 TT.T T ,i:, 4<0, I :" .,'HO _.GOT'1 01,'...: ..u, ; .to ,&"d.drying-room.t I1-I ; boilers room this ate im-

on the field of e shall have Governor Sharkey publishes the'following correspondence -> -'-- -- ------- -- ---- witn
batle. more matter of duty, binding upon all-a duty WAR DEPARTMENT, ----- shelve trays, etc. Her al ine drugs

to say of this heraer. Vr r the present wear p which we recognize in all its force and which : IICIIEAU OK RtFUOEt.S, jFKEEDJIKN \ I The Right of Properly. are dried before they are put th milFrom
Is belived there be in here
can organized each county we were conducted
glad to see that some systematic method I I AXD ABANDONED LAXD.-", [ A great many people need information sr
we shall seek to inculcate by precept as well a force of citizen militia to preserve order and enforce WASHINGTON, July 2 1865. j as into the mill rooms, where the different pow
to t the effect of the
has been devised for relieving tte wants of r as example. The war has settled,finally and the civil authorities of the State, and of the United CiRCCLJtn, ) pardon upon ders are The milling department
1 rights preparc.
the poor. For this-timely action, Col. MarS forever, the issues out of which i grew, and States, which would enable the Federal Government No.In 13.order J to establish a definite and uniform obtain this ofproperty.information from They reading might his readily is one of important branches, as the '

pie deserves the thanks of the people in the we should all recognise the fact that Flori- to reduce the army, and withdraw to a great extent. policy relative to confiscated and abandoned clamotion, for it is perfectly clear and explic pro- powders are more largelv adulterated than

District under his command and the forces from the State, thereby reducing the enorm- lands and other confiscated and abandoned it the subject in any other form of drug. The greatest cleanliness -
cmmuniyenerly. da is again one of the United States. Henceforth ous oxpcn-cs of the Government. upon question. Here i Is what and care are here observed. There
which arc now, or that hereafter it says:
there can be, for North and South;;; I there was any danger from an organization of the property may To are running, in all, eleven mills and rollers of
____ come, under the control of this bureau,by the end, therefore, that the authority
J -- different kinds and for different
THE LOYALTY OF FLORIDIANN-AN East and West, but one flag and one destiny. citizens for the purpose Indicatc-I, the military are virtue of the act approved March 3, 186.1,, establishing of the government of the United States may such i is the of business purposes, and
Let : there to suppress, on tho first appearance, move the bureau and other and be restored and that pressure that they
AFFECTING INCIDENT. us "gather up the fragments that nothing any: acts, peace, order and free have been kept in operation
insuirectionajy in its character. One great is sections facts and orders of the President : dom be I I nearly night.
be lost. Vast have been the losses of the object ( may cstahlshCl. Andrew Johnson, We then passed to the
From a conversation with Colonel OssiauB. to induce the people to come forward in defence_of the relative to captured property, to wit ; Section President of States, do I laboratory proper,
Hart from South-terrible as has been the scourge with State and Federal Governments. : and declare that I proclaim as the large brick building is cne. Her
recently Tampa, we learn General Washington 2, act approved JU1128, 18G4( and General hereby grant to all perar e five large stills and

many interesting particulars concerning which she has been visited-there is enough declared that the people, or tho militia, was the arm of Orders, Xo. 110, War Department Juno 7, sons who have, directly or indirectly, participated percolators of copper size-some numbr of

left out of which to evoke prosperity and[ the Constitution, or the arm of the. United States, and 18G5, the following rules and regulations are in the existing rebellion, except rs i! and of immens These copper
the spirit and as well as the some are used for the
tempr as loon as it i is practicable, the original design of the established: I'1 hereinafter excepted, and pardon i wo.
if will amnesty ,
happiness, we to work in of preparation of which
sentiments of in that section go spirit L fuid a
j People : Government should be resumed under the principles of All confiscated and abandoned lands, I with restoration of all right of extrt. vr

of Florida. Col. H. informs us that soon after determined, cheerful indu,try' The government th egreat charter of {freedom handed down to the peo- I a 1 other confiscated and abandoned lands I except as to slaves, ( except propny. large quantity shown usd iron m Army. Her
case we were large cauldrons in
the occupation of that place by the Union when the stand-point: from which theyregarded plo by the founder of the Republic. The people must that now are, or that may hereafter come under where legal proceedings; under the laws of : half a ton of cerate could be made in one which batch

forces under Capt. Jarrett, a large delegation the "rebellion' is considered, is acting be misted with their goverment and if trusted, my the control of the Bureau of Refugees, the United States providing for confiscation I -an iron still for the manufacture of liquor,
if, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, by virtue o property of persons engaged in rebellion '' i
opinion that
towards us with mildness I they net iu good faith, and.restore ammoniac-another still for
of the country people Tied the town, and great shal their form r constitutional relations with all the States of saids acts and sections of acts, and ordersof l hive been instituted ; but upon the condition form vats for purifying chioro-

on catching sight of the old flag once more, we not meet it in a similar spirit, and( thu composing the Union. the President, are, and shall be, set apart I nevertheless that every such person many other large pieces of apparatus crystallizing and salts machine,and

show that we appreciate "the situation" and I for the use of loyal refugees and freedmen, shall take and! prescribe the following oath
which was "floating in the breeze, each man The main object of Major General Carl Schurz's mi- i ry too numerous to mention. Adjoining
with one reverently lifted his hat, andxreeted are equal to i? This is our view of the demands sion to the South was to aid, as much a practicable, in and so much as may be necessary assigned to this building was the engine and
I is the form of
acor them, as provided in section 4 ot the act establishing the general pardon, as bUer.rZ
The is of
of the hour carrying out the policy adopted the Government for engine
and by power
such will be 20hor ,
the return of the emblem of the "To distinguished from
starry I the bureau, viz; every male special pardons, and it calculated
the States their I 'I are a 40-horse
to former
their countr's greatness and honor withvery rource we shall urge upon the pplp." Federal restoring Go-ernment. is relations with the I citizen, whether refugee or freedman,as afire I has been extended to and accepted by tens ofthousands. er, the surplus steam generated power engine -
I hoped such aid has been being used
aid there shall be than ,
<- token of and delight. --- --- assigned not more tor manufacturing and
respect- given. The proclamation authorizing the restoration jof forty l acres of such land, and the person to i The following is the tenor of the special Next introduced hC.umg pur
we were
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Stato Government, requires the military to aid the whom it was so assigned shall be protectedin : pardons granted in conformity with the' i establishment int tJe printing -

TiE MARSHAL AS A .XEWSP.U.EnPIDLISHER. "Unripe fruit is dangerous," said an old:i Provisional Governor in the performance of his duty j] the use and enjoyment of the land for the II same proclamation: under the list of exceptions -i|,I i! press is employed in wher printing a large labels Gor9n's, .

maid a prescribed in the proclamation and in no manner to term 01 three years, at an annual rent not exceeding viz : !!I ,
to her niece. "So is "p ; etc.) a
young narroalley "PrimrosAly"
Crossing (
As Marshal Remington is now freed from she replied. decayed, interfere or throw impediments in the ,way of the consummation six per cent, upon the value of such I i,..! That I, Andrew Johnson, Preident of the i .' je ) we aW men and boys around three

the onerous calls and duties, and the weighty of the object of hu appointment, at least 1 land; as it was appraised by the State authorities I United' States America, in consideration washing bottles they could be tub

General Sheridan, in order to without advising the Government of the intended i iterfercuce. in the year eighteen hundrec and sixty II of the premises, divers, other good and suffip acked. The a fat:
responsibilities of encourage ; consumption of has
publishing a newspaper, discharged soldiers to remain the South, has [Signed] AXDREW ((18GO), for the purpose of taxathm,and incase i I dent reasons me thereunto moving, do hereb een enormOusThe next glassware
and has in other respects had his field of ordered that such a desire it shall be paid off --- I no such appraisal can be found, then the rental I by grant to the said-a ful pardon and I as a "pill room," and was a occupied -

labor somewhat curtailed, he will probablyhave without having to return to their homes. Preparations for the Election. shall be based upon the estimated value 't amnesty for all offenses by committed,, girls were at work rowing abut under doe the

more leisure his command and The New York Citizen that General The general election in Mississippi for G"\ernur. !I of the land in said year, to be ascertained in 'I! arising from participation, direct or implied, superintendence of an assistant chemist.

tmCt says Legislature and five members of Congress, besides ,; !such manner as the commkioncr may I in the said! rebellion, conditioned as follows,
Dix won't could
refuse girls produce 100,000
if sufficient a nomination for byL Thee pills a day
encouragement was offered him, Mayor of)f county,judicial and district ofScew, i viz this pardon to and I
New York and that has been ordered I regulation prescribe. At the end of [L ; begin take effect i if necessary, the number turned
he A. T. out
or Stewart
he might possibly)' b induced to give the be the successful man. win. by the late convention to take place on Monday, Octo1 i 1 term, or during any port of said term, the I from the day on which the said-shill I being 60,0. Next average we came to the filling

world in general and the printing fraternity bIt er 2. Several candidates are announced. For Governor I occupants of any partvso!* assigned may: take the oath prescribed in the proclamation L I: rooms, thre in nurnber. Here about forty

in particular the benefit of his experience is stated that the work of President there arc Judge E. S. FisLer, of Tallahatehiu; I ]purchase the land and receive such title of the President dated May 29, 18
as a Buchanan, being :defence of his Adminis Benjamin G. )'p.ofSnnJlower ;J.T.Harrison, j 1 thereto as the United States can convey, : f to be void and of no effect if the said- i Oils, filling or corking and meg

publsher. He remarked when he look possession ration during the rebellion, is printed and of L\'ude and J. D. Stewart. of Hinds. ThE other on paying therefor the value of the land upI 'I baJ hereafter at anytime acquire any j ling\ and cleaning bule, boys were

pf the "Floridian and Journal" that I bound and reat for publication by D. Appleton State officers to be filled arc secretary, tre&urr, iwidi ascertained and fixed for the purpos 01 1'I erty whatever in slaye or make prop busily employed in waxing and stamping

"if he bad the establishment at Jacksonville & York. tor and attorney general, for each three or fuur names ascertaining the annual rent as aforesaid.:' I slave labor ; and that he first pay all costs I tnein. On each bottle is placed the stamp,
he could make it pay." We wonder if he The President has issued a proclamation arc l.rcsentec. James Ii. Vcager, the provisional Hoc 2. All land or other property within the I i which hithcito may instituted have accrued in any proceedings I "Prepared at the U. S. Army Lbrt.

removing the only ret try of fctatc, las resigned, aud John H. Eckles has I I hcvcral insurrectionary States, viz; Virginia, against his person or prop Astoria, L I.," and also the coat
found it profitable at Tallahassee and if remaining restrictions North erty. ar su-
an I upon l Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, mounted a for "
trade in the South. Articles hitherto: been appol nted in his stead. The CongrelIional dis- b'y rooster, having a
account current of the expenses of the con in previous proclamations as exempted trictsfor tho present are to remain the same before Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky. !I: : : -- I "Experientia'et Progressus," the coat mott arms
cern while under his management will be of war may, after September 1, be, the war, the number of members being unchanged a Tennessee, )ls-oui, Arkansas, Louisiana The Restoration ; ( ansi Land. *. adopted by Dr. Hammond for the Medical
and Texa? to the United States have
duly transmitted to Washington ? And boOght and sold subject only to the requirements The only member thus far announced is E. G. Pcj ton,, have, title confiscation, r I5y reference to the order of T.I I I Department. From these rooms, which-ae
of the Treasury of Corinth. in the Fifth (Jackson) district. The I or hal acquired by C. Callicot, Supervising Special i I: in i charge of one foremn and two forewomen -
above all, will Judge Fraser, by "decree of Deparment Le"-s- or) or otherwise, during the late rebellion Agent, twill : the
J huure is to meet on Monday, October loth (two weeks ; he seen that all applications for the I botte transported by means of
able bodied and all abandoned lands other abandoned restoration
the allow the charges for Ever negro who was once j or 'I Ia railway rooms. Hereabout
advertising after election) and previous to adjournment the Con- I lands and houses now held as'' thcpackng
I in these States
slave become the
is .
now hired property so by fourteen
lnpton's by in
the Confiscation Sales in that paper "pub- ; vf utiou appointed Mot sis. A. II. Ilandcy, of Madison.E. j "captured: or abandoned property," are to be :;'. were employed wrapping
men at I construction of section third .
per women at $8 without : :1t approved bottle in and then in
lished by board. He J. Goode, of Lawrence, and W. Uemmingwuy, of 3 1864 viz made to Ollerl Howard, the chief of the J>, eacy hay thick paper,
Authoriy. expects to raise 300 bales of cotton ) July ; making a neat and
.-- -- this season and means to give free negro Carroll to examine tLe law of the State and report to I "Property, real or pcr.-onul, -hal be regarded I I Freedmcn's Bureau, at Washington. We are' I J f which again was \r unior package,
this prevent
.A NOVEL INVENTION.We labor a fair the Legislature what amendments are necessary to car- as abandoned when the owner at announcement, as showing a I mistake. These any
trial then
ry to effect the ordinance relative i di.-position on the part of the Government to are packed hi boxes
i to the emancipation thereof shall be absent therefrom
publish in the first page of our present A Nashua ; voluntarily put things in according to the size of the packages, each
girl, making a pair of sldier's slaves. I IThe and engaged either in arms or otherwise aid a course justice, and to thisend : I
issue, a graphic description of the most remarkable drawers, tacked in a note expressing her devotion ing or encouraging the rebellion," and which establishing in the Bureau a judicial authority 'I- OX containing 25 pounds, strapped with
invention to the Union. It turns out that Ordinance of Secession I which may be invoked in behalf of hoop-iron, and the contents
of the present age. The the Repealed by remains unsold or otherwise disposed of, are, !t I I,I marked on the end. From play
union she is now most devoted the the citzen. It is well known here the
to is ( that
article from the of CoL composed 'on'enUou,4c. and shall be, considered as under the controlof by much
G. I I
pen called
i of herself and the soldier who got the Au ordinance to be Entitled .An ordinance ia relation I the commissioner of the Bureau of the largest proportion of the property, are forwanleJls for, to New York

Halpine, (Miles O'Rilcy,) of the New York drawers. low delightfully romantic! to the ordinance of secession, and other ordinance8a : gees, Freedman and Abandoned Lands RcfrIn, > and personal, now in possession of the agentsof f.1 warded y to the or per axle to be thence for-

Citizen.It A letter from Pit Hole, Pa.; nd resolutions adopted by a former Convention c>f'' the purpose hereinbefore set forth,and for foe the Freedmen's Bureau, though not vacntat L the A diferet purveying dept hi

will well repay perusal and will giveour fever and oil fever go hand in hand says "typhoid in these; Mississippi, Leld a, Jackson, on the 7tl of January)., time authorized by the act, establishing the the time seizure the was not "abundonedpropcry" on fel. for the analytical analyzing wa and

readers cold mountain 1861, and on the 25th. March, 1861. bureau and no of said in sense of the Act of Congn foor pu
some idea of the progress made, regions-but the oil fever is part or parcel confscated 31- relating to the subject. But s I a"aying crude for manu-
and the perfection attained in the more contagious than the former, and pays SFCIO. 1. lie it ordained by the people ot the State or abandoned property shall be seizure when made indiscriminate Lure and the preparations before issuing. A
iuventonof better in the end to those who take stock." of Mississippi, in Convention assembled, that an ordinance L. dered or restored to the former owner there once and recorded tinsmith's is also
labor machines and their in the registry of the Department, beyond shop connected with the establishment -
saving adaptation of or other claimants thereto passed -
passed by a former convention of the State oC i: except such and a stable has been
t nearly all the industrial and mechanical George N. Saunders now goes armed 1 by Mississippi on the 9tn day Of January A.D., 1861, en surrender or restoration be authorized by saidcommissioner. the control of subordinate agents, who by the Quartermaster's; put up
of were invested with Department and
permission the authorities of Montreal ni mlliis judicial power to try ,
arts. titled "An ordinance to dissolve the Union between the twelve horses and six
wears a belt in claims relative to the in have been constantly
or girdle, which are slung I 3. Whenever property their cus: -
abandoned lands
State other
Mississippi and other States any or -
The rat drain ol men from the fertile revolver and bowie knife, while in his side with her abandoned that shall have tody. Hence our citizens,very many of them engaged conveying and from
under the entitled property comeinto New g
"Constition York. A
of the UnitedStates
grain growing States of the West, who had pockets he carries his small revolvers. making: of America compact," is hereby declared to be null and the possession of the bureau does not I have for many months been suffering undera : shop wherein machine
his privation ot necessary repairs be made
person quite an arsenal. not in accordancewih may
enlisted in the Union under the definition of Abandoned property
Army did not void. fal ,
2 _:' seem to a a correct construction of the law and I without loss of time, have been added. At

% len i the least the production of bread- The Providence Journal tells a story of a SEC. 2. Be i further ordained, that the following ordinances ly 2 forth, 1864 in, it section will be a formally ol the act surrendered approved .i t F I having no redress for the want of;some L I the dock, in a large storehouse, a dozen girls

:- stuff, nor t retard the developement of her Boston merchant living on the Providence and resolutions, passed by said former Convention the commissioner or assistant commissioner by' tribunal having authority to enquire into and I were kept at work filling out liquors, whic
Railroad a little way out of the city, who of the State of Mississippi, which assembled in adjudge their "c were by men hi cases of one
industrial pcke
and material of the bureau clear that the caims. are glad to see dozn
resources. ,
neglected to renew his season ticket for five the city Jackson, on Monday,the 7th day of January, claimant did upon proof that this great grievance is to be redressed. ready for shpment In this

.-: And this was entirely owing t the production years, and yet travelled daily in the cars A. D. 1861, and on the 25th day ofarchl86lbeand, the defined not in abandon the property i in Generlloward, the head of the Bureau is; storehouse large quate are stor
sense the said ,
section and
without act.
-.4 .,.. and almost universal use of machines the neglect being discovered, until the same is hereby repealed, viz :- 4. In the surrender all applications for a ed. The stock rw and mnuftur

aapte to all the purposes of agriculture, for the his other day, when he was glad to pay up To regulate the military system of the State of Mississippi property the or restoration of circular of No.any>3 release of property from those who are ad vis,, drugs of all descriptions is also ver laThe
forgctfullness and requiremcnt number of
that ed
beg that
nothing 23d they are not employed
1861. within the
"whereby one man was enabled to produce said about it passed current series, bureau, will be carefully meaning of from 225 to 250
S b To amend the constitution of the State of Mississippi observed. the law. We are pleased also to learn ad seem to understand 4
; with frm
"' I. their aid, n much corn or wheat, or There is a contest going out West between i in certain particulars, passed J.nuary26lh, 1861. 5. Assistant Commissioners will rapidly the law notice of J. W. Wilkinson, Esq., their duties. Ther was no confusion, and

other grain, or t cut, make and secure R the"three lined beetle," which is consuming i Concerning the jurisdiction and property of the United as possible, cause accurate descriptions a of published in our columns to-day, that prompt; no"idler the place;and one thing struck

;: much hay or fodder, a had been done before the potato leaf, and the lady-bug, which is States of America,In the State of Mississippi pass- all confiscated and abandoned. property thatare arrangements have been made to facitate, clerical us a very rmarkablethe'smalne of the

by the aid of two or three. destroying the egg of the beetle. The fate ed January 10, 181.Snpplementa now or may hereafter come under their by his residence at Washington, of young the

Doubtless the inducements of the crop depends upon which eats the fast- to an ordinance concerning the jurisdiction control, to be made, and besides keeping a for the restoration of property. By prompt position the duties clerk and hi every one said she performed .
that will be of- attention to the a most
est. and property of the United States, in the Stateof record of such themselves,will forward monthly means now open for restoring satisfactory man

fered to emigration to the Southern States, It is said that if for five Mississippi pasted January 25, 1861. to the commissioner of the bureau, copies themselves to their full and complete ner.turned The out of amount this of various medicines

.. cnffl/MAnt. iviii in hruiir to Florida people of this ye.r to come the To provide for postal arrangement in the State of of such descriptions in the manner rights of property, it is hoped that our ctizens and establishment has been enormous
0' country plant vineyards presribcd will in the saving to the
thousand as they a short time become Government
.:. feW idustious white laborers (unt.Jur in* J"..pi.1, .!.... sriu,, he mo,4 :Mississippi, passed January 12, 1861. by circular No. 10, of July 11, 1865, from the once has been in proportion. "We
istead know
of of
who with the and and wine and here *-". this bureau. owner the lessees of their horn e- no
new improved modes grapes than in the old nwwide for costal in !{ They wi with as little delay Government
country Is
and, it be added ; passed January 26, ar.-nment nossible Chm'elOl Courier. establishment which has been
: may much less as select
methods of agriculture need of dep- apart such conns.cated conducted
go far towards I constables.A for the formation of a Southern Confede and lands -- -- .. on a more economical scale than -
uty and
racy. No date alamtoned property as
i : settling the much vexed "labor theret.To be [From the Army and Navy JournaL
] this.The
question, regulate of citizenship in the State of I may necessary for the immediateuse :t .
than which none other is more to women who was being examined in a Mississippi,passed January 20, 186L of refugees and freedmen, the specific division low our*.-Army The National Is Supplied with Med I. b labortor was, at one time, destroyed
imprnt case in the Madison Providing a permanent council of three for the Gov, of which into lots and the Lbratory. )fr notwithstanding the inclemency
to the Interest of Florida and whole sandal ( .) ernor of this State, passed January 20, 1661. or The plan to establish
( plc ,
cour was interrogated by the To provide for the purchase of arms, munitions and- sale thereof, according to the law a laboratory for the sible were, a raap
at estblsh- of the continued
country large. she was the wife of the respondent. military equipments, and for other purposes, passed ing the bureau, will bfi completed manufactur medical supplies for the under the open sky

._ -_- She replied, "I suppose I'm his wife by Jauar 26, 1881. practicable, and reported to the commisioner. a 8n : States Army originated with the late happy termination of the war decreased the
for the
provide representation of the State of Mississippi In Surgeon General William A. Hammond. demand medicines.
brevet!1" the selection and In[
MAN ENCOURAGING VIEW.** in the Congress of the Southern setting apart of such "
We pa8 January 26. 1861. Confederacy lands and property, care used to take February, 1863, he directed Dr. Charles McCormick [ Dr. Bill i certainly entitled to great credit

publish elsewhere, under the above At a New York police trial, a day or two provide for surveys and fortifications of military that about which there is wi least doubt Surgeon U. S. Army, to select suitable for the thorough manner in which the estab-

caption, an interesting letter from a somewhat since, a 'ine testified that he didn't consider sites 26, 1561.within tbe State of Mississippi, passed January to the proper custody and control of this bi i as u- fit them buildings in or a out New York and J has been conducte

noted Georgia politician and statesman a drunk till he lay on the To authorize the Governor to borrow reau. up with thenecessaryapparatus&i 1..,
a sufficient
C. W.HOWARD, Esq. ground and took hold of the grass to keep amount of money to defray the epens of the troops 6. The pardon of the President will not at the same time instructing Dr.A.K. Smith; DEARTE OF STATE.
-l himself from now in the field. also a
rolling over. No date Surgeon of the EYECUTIVE
understood Army to
.. to extend to the surrender of Reglar start
His advice To for the ORE
I sensible and timely, and with provide formation of a Southern Confede a similar ; D .
A woman on Long Island the racy. No date thereto. abandoned or confiscated property, which 1 by F Ja. ,
modification t suit the conditions of our soil man the names of twenty ofhei gave children census,and To adopt and ratify, the constitution adopted by the law has been set apart by refugees and freed After many difficulties in procuring a sni table Paroled prisoners WAImvTh'I, A*cwt 2 186*.chi

and climate, i alike applicable to the latitude said she couldn't just then remember the Convention 1861. at Montgomery, Ala, pasted March 29. men or in use for the employment and creneral : want building of anvthinsr McCormick concluded, for zens of the asking AntI passports against a whom ;
take Unit.StAte
of Florida. name of two or three more. In relauou to lands in the State of Mississippi be. I I welfare omit persons within the lies of now -- the n__ hnicin< no sneoial < will be
lougthgtolndlan orphans. passed March 29, 1861. 1 national military occupation within insurrectionary occupied at Astoria, L. I., and which furnished ,chrg' ,b NnJrn
.- -- The New Bfor Mercury has the follow To define the power of the Legislature of this State State held formerly had been used as a chemical passpoat wrv>n 'i'plcti01
We have What in relation to ordinances and resolutions I r formerly as slaves, ry. He succeeded facto therefor to the Department
apologise our ing: between adopted by who in leasing them
t t patrons for i a waterfall the convention pasted March 30, 1861. are or shall become free. (See act of low rent at a very usual form. Such o te
lack of I this and a wind-fall ? i is in the Mr In reference I h' March 3 1865 for a number of passports \ howevr.
edt matter week. Sicknessin I t the Marlnu Hospital at Vickuburg 'I and act of July 2, 1804, sec years. These be issued upon the condition thai -
apparent. passed March 1861. tion 1, chapter 22. are situate at about two minutes applicants
our family has, prevented us from devoting To prvie. coat of arms and flag for the State of : [ O. ) walk from the water, where a dock do not return to the United States without -
] O. and
that attention paper that we de- .- passed March SO, 1861. Siged.J HOWARD, Maj. Gen., storehouse have since been built. a leave of.the President. Other persons
t u HOT To authorize the and sale of wa te and Comm'r. Bureau Refugees The premises implicated in the
fntl rebellion
FOB "Our
-[By Own who
t and hope to able to do hereafter. propriated lands in State of unap Freedmen consisted of one large brick may wish togo
I air b Sluggard v>Ju> it determined, at last, to dotomethinff. March 28. 1861. 1UulSlippl. .paed and. Abandoned Lands. building, a frame two one-story abroad, will apply to the Department of

__ .4. .] Sunday-Day of rest; of. course To revise and amend the law in relation to The a basement building of store high State for passports, and the applications will
loreig German row
; Since the emancipation of the Serfs, by the nothing can be done. Insurance To provide companies for the,appointment pawed March 27,1861. 'a coat of Pqnch, edited in Berlin, publiShes ly used as tenement houses, with large ner- be disposed of according to the merits of the
Presl drawn open
ofelectr8 arms for President several
"Czar upwards of eight thousand Monday-Being early in the week, don't be dent and Vice President of the States of Johnsou. It consists in lot affording plenty ol e room for glass esses.
oCbe RU8SI a pair of the
Scissors By President
too precipitate-in begining anything. America passed March 30,1861 open of the United State
schools hve been established In his dominions Tuesday-Determine not to let the .week To alter and modify the ordinance entitled an ordi ; between. the lower part is a tailor's After but two months' WILLIAM H. SEWAKD.;
: for their education. without nance concerning the Jurisdiction and property of the goose, and between the upper parts thimble mick stay; 3fcCor- -__ ..
_j go by achieving something bril- United States of Americ* in the State of surrounded by balls of thread was relieved from charge of the labora ----------
I ant. passed March 20,1861. 1Iwisppl. instead of can tory by A New York jeweller has made
-- a
-* non balls. And in the SurgeonrGeneral Hammond and present
Wednesday-Resolve on vigorous measures Amend by proviso to second section. Provided, That places of flags and! the present for Mrs. General Grant, consisting of
J. a comb
[8p Diqatch to the ZZonobllcaai] for an ordinance (bearing no date) entitled a ordinance fagstaf the scissors arc surronndea with tant incumbnt. H. Bill, Assis car-rings i-md broach. ,
3 Tfce I tmorov..ThursdaJr1lr to raise means for the defence of the State, and an ordinance on which are was appointed as di The comb is made to
; hanging coats
-'' 8a Elelo yesterday's delibera approved March 2 1861, entitled supplemental pantaloons. The and rector. It was no matter to select represent the twigs, leaves and acorns of the
o BEAUFORT B.; C., 8ept..5. -The election ior tons. to au ordinance to for the !cfl.nct of the decorated with whole rests on a platform, otliccr lor this important easy and laborious an oak tree-.the twigs and leaves being of frosted

of tbo Constitutional Convention hi -Rather late in ,the week State, and intended to be left by this convention for American drapery and a but from all office, gold sntI enamel, and the
accounts the
to t such action the shield, the right acorns cnt from
mb on tame .the people of the State, by bearing motto : "I shall mend the was put tie
parish, as far as heard fromresulted in do anything. ; their Legislature, may deem it right and proper to take, torn Union." The device is a into the right place, for Dr.Di who wasal- wood of the famousLut no longer exis
I Saturdr-Gh'c oursclf up tosociety.i and having in view the honor and prosperity of the State. ment to the great compli ready favorably known ting, aple tree at Appomattox Court House

:. the election of Jas. G. Thompson, Esq., by ( know best).what is to 'hill Be force it further from and ordained after Tht this. ordinance snub on the equality armorial in your countr.. and a cellent chemist, has sustained his corps reputation'throughout. as an ex under which the terms ot surrender of Lee's'army ,

: majority. done'next weck. JV: Pnt. is pUHale.AtnIt. ensig retrogres were agreed
\ twenty-eight b -. Y .Ansrnit 22. IMS. sive and u!eles< upon. The ear-rings represent
Very great obstacle* presented thrnwhxs acorns, and the broach n cluster

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THE RON DY A CRIPPLE.-A letter has been recdn \-! There many romantic incidents con- T Norwich, Conn., Courier i is responsible < U.1t text.,.IUacrD.bJ: Rev John

EVERY SATURDAY MORXIXO BY ( in this city, this morning, detailing a very : with a the late war thatwill never come for the .Mkn"Ule :taiket.fluw Ir.Za .81* Dnl Co.,toMl. ..*. .
K. S TIC K N E Y interesting incident which occurred at Galena. nee, and rare: instances of fidellity and : .per big.. .,...... .....$14,a UOo.. E )a.'T.JC..I. .

c J. At the time of the breaking out of the undying devotion of which the world will The following amusing anecdote, which Hominy,per Ib. .. ..... ... .. . ... ......10c. I Jacksonville,on tie Tfh AdaUne Inst-,by Barney the same., both}. A'

TERMS in Adance.XoSnSpUon. : : war, a young:: man by the name of Fcnigson, never know. Wo arc personally cognizantof has never yet appeared in print satirical, struck mea Corn Meal per Ib,......1.. .._. ..... .......1*10 JaeBHo1tMI Dnl C I

I 1 .Annum taken for less than Three l""ntbasincl whose parents now reside and where then many that are worthy to live in history, 1 containing to a point write p it keenly down and tha Fresh Beef lb......... .... ...... ......10 a U. -

LI \ *copies five cents. i residing in Galena, was attending a school in but none stand out more prominent, a records." It told Chickens per pr piece ... .... ........ .........40 a 50. DEATHS. .

ADVKBTISIKG : Kentucky. During the excitement of that little oasis,over which has swept that bosomof one"placed who on was the both an eye and was ear'witne me by &.prdoz..... ... ....................40 a 60, In Washington.D.C..on the night of the 29th

Two doll""per Square of Ten Nonpariel Lines,orcnPTine stirring time the entire school joined the Confederate destruction,the events of the past four and who of course, speaks from the book. Bte per l.................. .... .... ....fOaCO.Bweet Lcctsxxt,gd 16 years, el8e daughter of up. L
the lime *..*. for first inmrtion : netlotlsr army, aud Ferguson among them, than this one. We saw the parties onSunday D. and Eliza J.Stickney. Florida.
years, .... )
( Insertion. The story will lose much of its ludicrousnessin Potatoes p rbnsh 1 .... 1.5 a 20. o
for each subsequent. who accepted a position on General Tilgh- passing through our city for their .. ..... ,.. .... OBITVABT.
c-Tal delnotion: made to permanent advertisers.JOH my style of writing, and his of telling it, Irish perbbl 5,506,00.
\lit> man's staff. At Fort Henry he was captured, home in Texas, and thus runs the story. He DIm,on the llth i.near Wht. SprUI For.
I'IIINTING and in the course of time was officer in the Texas brigade, of Long- but r goes : COTTOJf. William T. Spencer, son S
exchang.le I was an At a certain cross roads, in the State of Ala- The following been the ruling figures C. Spencer,aged eight months sid seventeen .
then joined )[ forces street's and bore a gallant in that qnotUon be still and drear .
tvle,nrally and promptly executed. orgn's corps, part Though the er de now. and the
IB ever fighting till a Soon afterwards sanguinary struggle in the "Widere I bama", stood a small grocery, or "whisky for the past week,ending 15th inst. : couch Oh I 1 vacant,tot not the mother's h..r b

he effected his and in travel- where proud heart : shop, previous to the rebellion, where "bust SEA UL D.I touched by nor Iw'. tea

XOTICE. ling through the eSp found himself and many a heads ceed were lain tort I head"and "chain l htng" were dealt out I McCarthy Ginned........... ... ........70 a 75 father* eye al this of tears and death
weary dwells the
The friends of lion. 8. L. BCRRTTT announce his inside our lines, near Nashville, and was arrested bings forever, many upon the bleeding bosom of Vir- to thethirsty fTe cent 0 drink, Roller Ginned.. ........................G a 70 of there thy 1*blissful one safe home nestled,where In the bosom of happy that spirit pre

name M suitable candidate for election as delegateto and tried as a spy. Brigadier General ginia. Near the close of that engagment he or twenty cents a quart. presiding Saw Ginned..... ._............ ......11 a MCTLA3D8. dons Ute& ,,bob declared that "such li the .
of this delectable institution one .
ths State ConTention.TALLAHASSEE. Dickson, a crockery merchant of wounded and borne to the rear, genius was I Kingdom of .
formerly was severely life
I how vain .
"Alas a thing
-_ -- -- Galena, presided over the court,and notwithstanding and to a house, to temporarily remain until Bill Sakes, who, among various other pets ofspde Ord.r.... ...... ...................2 a 31 Witheflhtallgbtandshad.I, .

Sept. 13, 1865. the most powerful influence was he could be sent to the field hospital' By had a domesticated crow had learned, black a the ace oth Middling..................... ......3. 35 Its busy trifles, cut blanks -

to bear for the commutation of his I there left Ths crow among .. .. .U? .... a Ad lbr
brought .
EDITOR FI.ORlD.U' JO : SIR-It was some oversight was army quite plainly the words Middling Fair .. ... ..9 S. e'e where'er we loot.
repeat t '
punishment, Ferguson was sentenced to be moved on Spottsylvania.He Its but a gloomy book." .
of the 9th a t which he ofcourse heard fre- dk
pleasant to read in your tissue hung, and the sentence was kindly ministered to by the i i.i i.- "damnyou. Savannah Market*. aD

commendable notice that' the Central Road On last Friday, as execte was i mates,,but'a at the hands of a fair damsel of qucntlf used of in the grocery. During the Flour per bbl. common. ....... ..t0 a$9.0..

promptly paid for a trunk .of clothing-the .. standing on one of the streets of Galena, talk- seventeen did he receive that pure, disinterested prevalence however a knockdownanddragoutfight the ". .. Baltimore Extra........1,0 a 12,0. D.W.&A. W.INGERSOLLWho1eae ,

Washburne and which alone lives in the fight one day, crow was frightened .... .. .. ......9,50 .
making ..
loss occasioned by carelessness of some em.ployee. arrange- I sympathy from his home and flew off into the woods Ricepercirt. .. .... .
to the Florida Road, they ments for General Grant's reception in that heart of woman. Time wore on, and he nerer to return. Butter per lb in firkins..................35 a40Genhen & Retail .

justice city, Ferguson's brother, a boyish cripple, was sufficiently restored to rejoin his command three miles from the was a ....... ......... .3 a 40. ,
,lid the same in :a cast! with one of my family. came up to him. He had been trying in vainto I which he did just before the evacuation Abut house-an grocery old tumble COTTOS. .
meeting ,
Yours truly, procure a pistol; but, failing in this, he of Richmond. Sharing the fortunes of down, dilapidated affair, only used on certain Ori.r.... ... ........n.. ...........27 a 28c DEALERS IN GENERALMERCHANDISE.

C. II. AUSTIN.GOVERNOR : balanced himself on his crutch, seized his his brigade in the continuous struggle from occasions when a "circuit rider" happened to Middling....... .... ......... .........33 a 35. I

----------.- .- cane in both hands, and, with the exclamation -I Richmond to Appomattox, he was at the pass that way. Into this building went the Good Middling........................36 a 3 '
"You the scoundrel who of that drama in which .
This are hung my closing scenes great .
.MARVIN.- distinguishedrentlcman crow and two
brother!1" it down with such of Northern enacted peaceable possession ; York Market .
and is brought iorce14S the Army Virginia 8 New
isbn a visit to our village, 1 days thereafter the church was thrown open ,1
.... .. .. trt / r lptplv *rnolt tVia nortaml'a .anr{ "'"- Tip. wn riaroled and .
:;__ __ _1"o. ** D..rv. ::201: ?_, r np r r n r" p.r tnr prearhinfj. and crowd New 8,18G3.
to him senseless the He a large You
lay on ground. The went to Texas, but was not happy 1 saw ambled .
our citizens know have called that His upon Excellency him, and has are cripple, strange to say, then made his escape. in dreams a pair of bright eyes and a queenly among whom >*?. I very old lady, who was Gold.... ... ... ..................1.44 u a 145._ __ ----- -
gratified to compelled to use m wuiMug, o ,, ,
cruthes t lv 0"v.- ? Wftitern Sour.$5 *
embraced an opportunity of ascertaining for At frt it was supposed that Dickson was torm, and it was not home where they took her seat in pew," and was Extr* State....................... ....7 ..10 u :iG
himself, the spirit and temper of the people it is now supposed that his life will were not. It was quite an undertaking to soon deeply absorbed in the eloquence of the Choice State..7 50 a 1 G .,4j
be saved. The cripple has surrendered himself travel from Texas to Virginia two months roeerQ
of this section. His conciliatory and considerate I preacher. The reverend gentleman had Common medium extra Western ........13*790 .. .
to the authorities. Dot. Dem.ItallroadAecldenta. but our t
policy commends him warmly to the o _. --- ago hero, s nothing unsettled daunted was returned country to,the vicinity scarcely got under full headway, and commenced ExtrsronndhoopOhla............... ..8 e.V 0 Provision, :
people of. Florida.-Quincy. CommomreaUJi.PASSENGERS i! of, the "Wilderness," and the presence of thundering hi anathemas at all Western trade b"nd...............910al090 ,. -. -

-- ---- grades of sinners, a hoarse, crolkigvoie Common Southern..................8 90s 10 DO

The New York Tribune gives a list of all his The fair inamorata was! and it was but from above uttered the ominous words: and extra do.....................1010alS75 Ales. and Wines. ,

IVr steamer Fountain from Savannah T. the railroad accidents. which have happened II the work meeting of few joyous to consummate, their you !1" Common F.De Canadian...... ..............730775 .
T. B. Catherwood Dr. within the last and its a days looked Boot & Shoes
T. Long, Miss Long, year, we copy recapit- The preacher and congregation 80 10 75 ,
She left home extra..7 *
bliss and make them one! Good to choice and
W. G. Barth, C. J.Jenkins; E. .J. Spiller, J. ulation. The list does not appear favorableto aghast at such profanity, and each peered
Texas the 50 610
McCormack E. Eiscrmann D. the theory which has been that I friends, everything, and goes to in vain detect Rye four (eprne.5 a
face to
)[. into his some
Prindle neighbor's
ad\"ance of brides I We wish that pair all Corn meal, Jersey................. ...... i 5 0 & Caps,
all the
Oievenfeld, H. Dittmers, T. P. Huger, X. railroad material of is I happiest sign of guilt. Quiet was at length restored, .
the happiness that can fall to the lot of mortals Corn meal, Brandywine... ......... ..575*- ,
\V. Turner X. S. Finney, J. C. worn out and liable to break at however and the sermon but ere I
Ferguson, any moment proceeded;
J II and their be ....._... Wooden Ware
here below pathway M
Peters. !.. M. Schafer, E. Burnell. It appears that most of these acc- may ten minutes had elapsed the ominous "damnyou" Corn meal,Brand wine,puncheons 0*- _
forever strewn with As the train The market was fairly active, and pricesfor
CONSIGNEES dents have resulted from carelessness. tower. again electrified the audience, and justas COTTON-

Per steamer Fountain from Savannah-C. The Tribune gives the following recapitulation bearing them hence role looked away, and living wo the preacher cast his eyes upward to search a de 8ipUon though not materially changed, YANKEENOTIONS',

Jackson & Warrock, D. B. Tomlinson -: of the causes and character of these waved a parting definition, they of a for the delinquent, the crow flew down from were rather more steady particularly the ieno and i
Slager, of .
disasters picture love the Bible The sale comprised 2500 bales. BUTTER, ,
? Dr. Barth J. II. his perch and, lighting on calmlysurveyed common grades. -
A. F. Spiller, Mingert, "Two with but a single thought
S. McCall. Wilson& Bro., :SI. McCormack, Disasters due to collision....... ........._.29 Two 11 that beat u one. the terrife crowd, and gave We quote : CHEESE,
Fairchild & Robinson, C. Rotten Crl- tll. broken rails &c.... .... ....18 We withhold the name of this Texan, but another doleful Upland. Florida. Mutxle. .V. 0 c T LARD
Drew & French. Turning cnres..4. .. . I .. 37 88 PORK
and in affairs of the "Damn !I" Ordinary 3 3 ,
Drew, Revas& Koopman, C. J. Jenkins,Geo Badly built and rotten bridges.......... ....._.7 : his heroism gallantry you -
N. Jones, T. T. Long, J. 31 Sparkman, F. J. I Bursting ofonginei..3 i hear are not less conspicuous than it was on The effect was eletrcl Giving one start I. Middling... ... ...( 4" 46 FLOUR, -

Pons, :Mrs. Hoyt, Mrs. S. F." Pope, Col. R. F. I Defectre l000mOtiVe8..2... ,: fel. In her sphere, and durin the war led and terrified glanc the itrder. the Good middling.....48 41 49 50. HOMINY, .
Abseuce double track..1 -
Floyd, C. L. Robinson, Wm. Turner and or- 1 Raised drawbridges..................... ... ...1 it wa intended one, this Virginia lady preacher sprang through a carrying --- SUGAR,
dei. Laud slide..i. ... proved herself a heroine; she was faithful to sash, glass and all with him, and set off at a NOTICE. COFFEE. "

-- --- Broken culyer...._............... ......1 that mission on earth which is peculiarly reserved -I break-neck pace through the woods, closely POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT at t place
-- Absence dee of lighu and aignali..2 to her sex. Her reward in its fullness ; followed by his horror stricken congregation, THE be opened in a few days and will b r 1 CORNER OF BAT and OCEAH STS.
We learn that Gen. 1... K. ALLISON, late Running it hore.,cows and derricka..4Trifling receive,deliver and forwarc mail matter w 1
comes in this world-it comes to her in who had piled out of the building pell-mell
Governor of Florida has been released brakes..1. never place. Mail will made up for Jacksonville, St. Jacksonville Fla.
I acting WIt. .. .. .. future! Atlanta Intelligencer after In the scramble the old b : .
from Fort Pulaski and has reached his . ......e ..1 the him general gustine. TII.Pensacola,and a other pltl
We,congratulate the Gen- Misplaced switches..1. woman with the crutches had been knocked the Unit Stt. there are tciU Spt 16;le.-tf .
home at Quincey. Culpability about..45 I -
companies or employes
down in the church, where she lay, unable to itence. I _. ,
end his release Family Friend, 9th. Josh Bllllnga at Long Branch-What He supply of Writing Northern Papers n
upon LOSSES AND. XOR4L. rise, and on observing her, the crow (who I SPRINGS .k.
.. Haw and Felt Tbert. and Book will on bnd I WI DOEL .
Passengers killed or mortally wounded..300.. after eat down beside Ldel' : HAXH.TOX FLA. .
"AlmoMt a Collision/' Passengers burnt to death _........ ...... ... LONG July U was something to ) few *1- Ofc MR.MADDEN'S EDWARDS HOTEL. ,P. M. Coonr. <
.but. .. .. .3 BRANCH lsrh. I her, and cocking up his eye at her JOHN T. undersigned pleasure announcing to
this last weekinatdverthntly Cases injury in every for..... very THE t8 1
An article under caption was .6 Monticcllo, 16. 18W, Sept.16-lt
Train.more or less demolished... .......... .. of the Troy News : knowingly, again croaked : la. Spt. public that par to accommodatethose .,
copied into our columns, from Editor --. --' seeking a healthful ':
the "Florida Union in which it was "The value of the property destroyed or Arrived here just in time tew see the At- "Damn you! NOTICE. Our table a furnished with the bl sUon marke cf o

stated that the regular train on the Pensacola ; hopelessly damaged, including baggage, lantik Osean, which iz now on exhibishun, The old lady eyed him savagely for a fewmoment HAVING DISPOSED OF MY STOCK OF GOODS the country will afford. .
comfortable _
He backs
and then burst forth in tone of in connection
&Georgia Railroad.which left Tallahasse on frieght, mails, personal effect. ruined trains, and dewing a goo bizines tew full houses. a II preparatoy to eo.ig up my business in Jan with b train, between this run the Railroad
of while bridges and machinery, would be vain to Took a bath astonishedtew rekles defiance : ville,all persons having against me a reques. depot eel,
the 23d wa
Wednesday morning, August, "Yes and damn too. I had nothingto ted the for and all parties In- Wel.W. .
the ; you &present & atUement .
overtakenby attempt computing. Adding the cost of inquest find the water saltuous; enquired TUNER
wood Station 2 "was immediate Prttor.
getting near s to me are pay
an extra train sent out from Tallahassee a claimed damage.doctors' and under- kauze ov an intelligent natiff, and he informed do with getting up this" Methodist meeting, debt the same.requelte I. K.HOWARD.Sept. July 22.-tf.

afterwards and taker's bills, we would not dare to reckon it me he did'nt care; I think the cuss lied. you too 16. 186-tf Jacksonville Fla.
few minutes narrowly escaped The old soul had mistaken the crow Potatoes Potatoes !
in collision that the extra train short of$30,000,000 in barren figures. But Thare is about one hundred and sixty thou- poor NOTICE. .
coming ,
the moral loss must be far and other here for the Devil, and concluded to propitiate, if r n BAROTTA IBJSH
t' and downgrade sand human folk ARE HEREBY CAUTIONED AGANST PATE
was coming round a curve, on a gater. being
"Xew York is fated to I git at it, i till possible, the wrath of his satanic majesty by ALLPERSXS the known the"Spanish QU (00 bul Corn
train discovered largest apportionments now, az neer Lnd .
other was
when the a No w in sale suit
in disaster to individual i tired, and then estimated. It iz perfeklyharterenting denying all complicity in the affair. The Grant"to Dn Lewis .atuat on Box Branch, sr ad l .quantities t purchasers
few hundred yards off, and was !stopped roa got
a of Public W'
world is full of such and the
accidents occurred the the femails in search just people. Ce September Auction
time to avoid a serious collision.We Sven on tew see her II .MATTAIR. 9-t & omLon Sto.
have been informed by one of the officers in the past year-a greater number ov natural protektors, i kounted 16 yesterday Sept 16-Impd.
of the railroad that Ms teas an than upon any road in the country. Five in 1 pile,they awl sighed az i past Condition ofAffirin Virinia. ",0.ACHES OF LAND FOR SALE. .
company _
&'What then do think of affairs ? ACHES OF THE BEST IMPROVED
,.. in no occurred on the Erie Railroad, which is still with down cast eyes.I we NOTICE Mnnn
, entire mistake that the trams ere lands to Middle>
; and East Florid for
We think God will restore order-confine the DAYS AFTER APPLICATION *
in advance of all for but couldn't help them
remaining felt they DATE '
the condqctor on train-etyer sorry THIRTY sale. Parties to
danger of A collision; that the Duval )wishing or purchase land will
made Judge
the extra train knew that the regular train : and passenger-killers. Four are to for i am thoroughly married, and intend tew water in proper channelsispl the vapors ty. for leave to.\the real 8ute o Pbat.Grie Flagg.Con late find It to their advantage u All cominnnications _
would where it did and that the extra the Pennsylvania Railroad; four to the Bal- remain so. There iz two breezes here, a sea and damps fl summon of said County de..e. to insure prompt attention mutt have ecO
stop and where timore and Ohio line; three to Morris and breeze and a jersee breeze, and i advise aul forth the sun and and stars to their I TOMAS .THOMPSON Adm'r. five doll"1l. S. P. F.ICHARDSON k C. .
train came stopped precisely August 19-Stp -
and when the up conductor had intended. There Essex ; and two each to the Harlem, New persons tew use the sea breeze for the other appointed courcsrob the earth again in lG-4t. A. THOMPSON,Ad'x.Spt : Ford

was no "culpable negligence," nor negligenceof Haven and Philadelphia and Baltimore roads iz s much up before it reaches here that it verdue introduce upon the MILLINERY, DUES MAKING, ETC. _
The rest arc distributed at a unit apiece everybody after it gets here. scene new forms of life and new actors.- JOHNSTON having her .
any kind whatever, on the part of the con- son uses up NOTICE MRS. opened ltr one
ductor of the regular train. The conductorson among the other thirty-five railways, equally : Shoddy and Petroleum.are both here, and CharlotteiTilleVa.( ,) Chl'Onitl. WEEKS FROM DATE I wILL APPLY TO THE from the corner Washington ad Forsyth
both trains knew their business and at- m the North and West. Of wreck on Southern exsitc as much notiss az a pattent churn, No doubt God will al thes things, no SIX Acting Judge of Probate for Duval county fo Let streets b a assortment of Hits, Jockey C.p Rib

tended to it, and there was not ,even the railroads we have no full'table."Over warrented tew make butter in 10 minits from doubt He will take care the heavens and tun deceased.of Administration upon the Estate of J. Ilnp. te bn Fower.Je.and and is also! prp t, bonnets to, -

s'.ighest: danger "almost a collision." Both the catalogue and figure we have skim milk; but they say they shan't remain the earth since they belong to him, but it is a August -flw A.W.MOORE. & A t.drew making in the most finished style.

these gentlemen have long been known for given the public may ponder. Our state- long, bekauze the air smells s much like old generally received tenet in theology we believe - patronage order at short notice. A share of public _

the correct discharge of their duties.! Acci- ment seem to show that the rail is becoming brine. Yesterday i went out krabbing and among all sects that God works by NOTICE. September a1te. _

dents have occurred on this road: hut they mortal as the epidemic, and that a large surplus ketched a pect ov them; they bites sideways, means. Virginia will never be physically, WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL APPLY TO
instance been e railway massacre is due to the and hang on like a dead hoss shoe ; they and mentally revolutionized,and her SIX .,Judo of Probate, for Duval County for let SEEDS
have, we believe, in every moralr the of Martha V. GADEN ,
tin and coal mines worked of upon
who ain't by te ainl.tnton est _
causedby extraordinary washing of the road murderous parsimony of those managers make good vitels enut but they profitable Stone, ald ( a lot Garden
by sudden and violent rains, or by the unavoidable control reckless and rickety enterprises. tew eat, if you .your time with simply waiting on Providence. God helps Aug. 12.- w. GEORGE STONE. JUST *, which will sme b want nt. _

wear of the rolling stock during the When will railway crime, and death by bro- eny thing those who help themselves. If Virginia elect W ACCOY SR .

which they ken rails, rotten bridges, and They have a s'mgular bug here, which they men to office because they were opposed to September t -
war or such similar cause over ba DRESS MAKING.
mad collision ? engne. about in the Union in preference to those who were
cease kail the mussketow they roam
had no control. We have never yot heard que ; RS. C. A. SKINNER, INFORMS THE LADIES NOTICE OF CO-PARtNEBSHIP. _
tion. Wise legislation and reform in railway herds and mutch by the in- not,Providence will never interpose to prevent -
even the least first complaint of negligenceon are respeckted Ill of Jacksonville,that she baa now located in tl 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A _
the part of either of them,and do not believe management is sadly needed." habitants; caut one day before yesterda, General Turner. or somebody. else m in authority -. place. prepared a LA bent, ,fit v.a,and_make dresses a A NOTICE has this day b tn CO.P.'P-udere -_ _
into and carried from aside the elcction-c-\ tne on Fortytn _
will be justlysmenabl -.- -- sticking something sharp me, stn neatet allWI etY1. H..Ul.lce for the Merraate
they have been. or ,
ever the bug into mi room, and smasned him pend upon it. we want order in the Suth.and \ between Washington and Adams Sc., house formerly 1.1 Business, 1. g coadactrd.
The traveUingpublic Distinguished "als. .
to such a charge. \rrl civil and occupied by N. C. Dennett.Jickionyilh. under the name and style .
and H.i _
therefore feel that while travel- on the all. The bathing iz luxurious, government .. Sept. 16- f. J .
may will not be His Excellency Gov. Perry, arrived yesterday the bathers resemble mermades, half men and prospcrty, and a great renovation, we shall GERGE_ SAVAGE

ling with these gentlemen, there of kind fron Greenville, and ha his quarters halfwimmin ; they aul drees in the choktaw get them only when we take the proper step Gainesville,Fla.September-Gt HA. -

any danger from negligence any or at the Shiver House. Generals Meade and kostum and when they emerge from the to secure them, and not before. TO OWNERS OF COTTON. ..-- -
character while at the same time every Gillmore, of the United States army, have water kant tell which iz who, unles you on Providence or Hercules wan't help u up JUST RECEIVED, .
surety may be felt that every kindness, every also arrived at the capital and taken ask them. After bathing feel a kind ov least bit unless we put our own shoulders of of _
'favor and attention, will be given which maybe at the Shiver House. General ) logng lackness for you which i waz ad- vigorously to the wheel. In that case we \E FIND THAT THE LARGE QUANTITY OFIn IA F Cargo Gd Consisting __
In their ': 'Ffontfwn & Journal Qth. ov lmbrnes COTTON which we ow and control in SouthWestern Goods,
power. tour of servey, and examination vized tew I took one reckon pretty confidently upon having Providence and the unsettled condition of the DI
The article alluded to as published by us. this inspection district where he side. ,Gr. Groceries, : _
throughout immershun, about half a tumbler, and never on our country wi u tETABLH

was predicated upon information that we will have much to learn. These distinguished : felt so stout in mi life. I thought i could lift Deep ploughing and much' manuring, tha A HOUSE AT Hardware 4. '
are met in conference upon the alter the re-building of old fences the erection ofshoolhous Stationary, .
considered to be reliable. It appears that persons an aker ov their land, but bimeby, Boots -
state of affairs in South Caroli and thereis lickker had let go, i felt az tho i could follor the election thoroughly by- APALACHICOLA FLORIDA, .al &c.

our informant was mistaken. Possibly he much of evil to exeris require the an angle worm into hiz hole, and hadn't al and live men to office, a general vim In for the purpose of receiving and forwarding Cotton -.\VboleMle e. and Retail.

may sometime have been a victim of !some utmost wisdom and no small will for its cor I strength enuff tew ask a dog tew folier meif organizing works of industry, and an exhibition to our houses at Liverpool and New York. a JOHN: S.SAHMIS t CO..

railroad collision, and the, to him apparent. rection. We hear of most atrocious outrages i ever drnik sum more jersee whiskee, it Yankee enterprise in all directionswill eminent We will business be associated men of at the that point who with will the receive most, Forwarding and Commission Merchant.

danger have excited his imagination. in many places, on the part of black troops will be after i am ded and gone. tend powerfully to secure Providential store,compress and forward cut.Ciet. pay taxes Ja1sYe. Fla..

way outrages of a character too shocking to desig- Thar iz one church here, but it wont hold interference in favor of such measures. charges and nuke advances alpmets t .. York tnt
New ,
from a
We cheerfully give place to the correction.Ed. nate by name. For what good purposes but so fu that nobody don't go out ov polite The good denizens of the Old Dominion, WArS CRANE A CO.,New York W. Epte soon to arrive. .LS.S CO.

-[ "Union."] these troops are kept in the count.f'and scattered ness. Thare iz 21 hotels. and they are principally as well as of Old Kentucky, should practically C. Lvrl.or Coto GI WArS A CO..New Orleans, cargoofOocds. I .

-----..-- ._- over it, it would be difficlt say. If out doors, tew giv the guests as test this and see if it do not turn out to w1 forar te July 2.-lf. --. -- -- .'-- .

New Paper.A a process were particularly required, for defeating much bit air possible. The lodg- be sound t.heolog a tenet of the true faith. MOST REASONABLE TERMS. WANTED,

new paper has been started at Quincy, all the hopes of the experiment, at ing-rooms brinaqueous are small, but a handy, each one Our contemporary, we feel where owners prefer to consign to other bouses. PERSON WITH NUY MEANS TO JOIN

Fla. under the auspices of C.E. L. Allison. converting slave into free labor and for driving haz a door tew them, and a looking glass on bund to say, is one among those who have A with the owner of fine and abundant .
the white population to madness, no the wall and two washboles and a towell. seen sights and heard sounds within a t Bagging and Rope Furnished, pie timber oh the Satilla River,Georgia, in_erecting .'
\ "
Esq., son ex-Governor Allison, bearing better one could be devised. We hope that Dinner iz sn.ed at 2 o'clock,and opens with ye.r past,as the article from which we quoteproves Skippers can rely upon prompt attention. Gena Saw Mill, and Crb"-**-and"l1 Bar a -

titleof".77le Commonwealth. The editoi the gentlemen, thus entrusted with the soup, and shuts up with huckleberry. The ; and though he belie\"c in Providenceas patronage solicited. I Lb.1. !! drawing foue

makes the following announcement: ;reat and difficult work of carrying out a servants are generally blak, but menny ov we do-he manifestly thinks that "(ajn, Addr8X&bll Fa. feet For of particulars we. apply to .

It Is not proposed to publish this paper fora most noble experiment at once the in morals, them hav lived s long amung the whites without, is dj ,Ytf"Dominion to wake 1 F.FLOYD Jacksonvillce.Flu.
politics, society and labor-the most complicated that they ben tew our 'I"ueicu There's to be DIST OF EAST FL Sept. 3-lm* -
longer period than the first day January, iwrhnris. pvprpnhmiH/vl ts ai90 01 a pluloso up'and work. going a HD.-R. D. .. }
1866. ., its prpaont ff' rh At th,. ,vprut'-. a people-wifl bring to this conference a degree pher. I. 1 tUHt 1. ) up there before long! if pperce do JACKSOXVOLX, F.BKGuE Spt 13 1865. GEORGE A. PECK, "

of tha.time; as the wants of the county may of wisdom,justice and conciliation,suchas Lovers meet here from all parts ov the not deceive us; not the marching and coun- GIXERAL OBDEM\ "Watchmaker and ,
it be continued as a Semiweekly in termarching of armies, the booming of cannon No. *9. i Jeweler
require hitherto been conspicuous hade
may has not very and and
kuntry tew vow aware, many The attenUon Officers is O. .
or a Weekly, of a larger size. the management of our afair. It is true cums here tuff and hearty and goes home the bursting of shells and the pomp O. No.25 C.8.,fm Beqaar Dep't ce i*, HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND ,

It will be found an arduous undertaking that the people of the a conquered smashed and bleeding luv at every pour. and circumstance of glorious war, but the requiring the ad of supplies,to Also sale, Gold Assortment and Sliver of .Wacbe and Jewelry.,
a good SpectaclesStationery
:give its column the usual attraction of interest 'n- people ; but we have ben told and have assume But the ,grand attrakshuu iz the Atlantik mighty movements,the restless activities,and relieve within the necessities the limit of of this the suffering command.poor, and destitute Conie Brushes ferfumery.ToiMt Soap, O Bl-

,because of the difficulties that exist, in that it is no part of the plan O. the Osean, a hemispheer ov liquid life and the beautiful and..healing triumphs of peace. I. In &the Instruction of the Major- .eUeLlcndg some-of:those W.d
obtaining the latest news. Every arrange- that should be treated as grate ken [LouicitkJou'nal. ; Commander* are author A SUsp*.Shaving
they whare the
power, blu water, evry eye Gener CmmacD} .. Pocket Looking Pocket Book and
the i Additionto Gl
ment has been made, however, to procure such. It is not the policy of theGovernment gentle az a summer evening mil t lV mo and collected license feet( Meodu. holding from
latest from abroad as soon as it } should be Yet it rah a aoant.e Uc t H pictures. Violin. Banjo aaJ
intelligence that so. awful a water ,
M and then agin as Rubber in &
pond of
The last invention liquors upon
can possibly arrive here, and this, we hope;, is at Phenir, Branch auter.,ter kepr and bowling Gut 8tr Tape Measures;from three t one hud
with certainly present-UolumbtR earthquake. Upon Long is "a false bust for females-bnst and bOLl. bWia rm. Pipe and
the patrons of the paper will be satisfied 4th instant. iz a sensible place tew visit; I think there is Pars -a perfect Imitation of flesh and blo the aUey.circumstances The Ujt so of levied the ease b md.moderate and in,order as br St.Crochet Needle, S Tmb.Hoe.Rb. t. .

for the present.It of one who .4.NATIOUL as little nonsenz there generally, az the same and (us they say of good counterfeits) I that the burden may r.t equally up -n all. contributions Silver Cane&Just heads received and a a fine lot lof those fine Gl And

has become the duty every reconstruction DEBTS.-The five first class number ov visitors are capable ofJon calculated to deceive." At the circle where will"1 b rui from Plasters and ote Watches, which such splendid Uowrc
feels any interest at all in the national of BILLINGS.A connected is citizens, who a t cntbute. either in money. Watches rY repaired on short
dictates of powers of the world have debt the true and false neck are food, clothing or 10 .
(lithe State, which, by all the tice and satisfaction guaranteed t Work from the eoua-
be the the following proportions : worn a band of ribbon, or a wide necklace, The Post Commandant will de'lga.n oei,
should and earefal Remember
f-ommon sense and prudence and try win receive prompt attention.
the custodian of the fund
of learning Dell per furnishes the following which completely conceals the junction. to s* the place,at the Old Stand of C.D. oa Occam.
poetical him O.
pen with respectable
case,to seek evrey opportunity IiUereit capital may associate any t alt '
the mode of so doing, in order to arrive at a France,.1&G3, ZVW. 1132,360.000 $62 1 fanciful ideas: 'Inst must generally leada .- in procuring and distributing the supplies. supplies \ street. July
will be issued only Approved -
proper understanding of the commercial, social Austria, 1864, t,2.0.o 7,10,0 3 0 jovial life. Think it lodgein collected the Post Commandant or up\et in
), and political status of the individual,ando Bui,1. l,10.tO 2',10,0 1 108 a lily Imagine a palace ivory or pearl, districts when there 1 no Commanding oter. S1 Q)1NY.TDE.

the State, which ensures a knowledge that United States. 63, t.O.918ot 3.0.0,0 1 .,OO, 8 a 7 with pillars of silver and capitals. of gold] allexhaling NEW STORE OF C. A. CASE CO., III. I tO cute not.Ice ... te a limitsof re- THE I business SUBSCRIBERS within the,DEUIG days C fr Tw Mt _

gives a protection that ignorance might. causei _-- such a pci tunic a never arose iroma TiE any l Ue oUe o 10 to collect D their entire stock at the very: YU CASH .
to act
be lost. The Convention is soon to assemble tried in human censer! Fancy again, the fun of JEWE.CORNER BAY AND O.BT.Mr. quire a*cmmone fo te poor The' This stock embraces the best assortment of Merchandize -
A young man was recently Pars for the night in the folds .Case,Watchmaker tor George A. ad enUbutoll. om ia the ounlUB&
elected the people up commissioners win Markt of
the to be from tucking yourself ear or
delegates are for enticing a young woman away the gentle sighsof Peek daring the put sixteen months, these care the end of eath .mona Ladies ad So.IB, a Ss Stationery,
eventsare rocked to sleep by through Hdqr. .
may desire a reflection of sentiment, family by means of the use of mesmerism. a rose, do when __.I h a shop a the above men- war "encloainz two abstracts; one giv." Playiag Card. Taior. 'Tm bhoukler
official information summer air, and nothing to opene c Strap for the Army .Tinwaie.Crockery. .
continually occurring of great while a collected from"'each .1 U.rdwa.
of his magnetic I. the
He boasted power .n wi b plea "ing olnd'du
,the whole country, going througha the bar and offered to magnetizethe you wake but to wash yourself a dew" drop, .___ his friends ad give same ,either lel, or contribqttou-and" .CUrars Canned TobaccoJ G ood iute.CH., 'Stua
considerationswhich standing a and fall and eat your bedclothes, satiifiicuon in his work &heretofore; e\rl will "the other,the amount distributed In charity to each" I 8t.1'p *, ooD 8
process of regeneration,are He actually tried to t for _bottling
presidingjurlge. receive his personal attention, and he anexperience with remarks a*to the oeeesnity of the case," 1ra
\\ prompt the necessity of establishing magnetise the Procureur-Irapcrial.and frightened A CORRESPONDENT WRITES: "We rarely of fifteen years will entitle him to the con- "reipient abluc of other mean of support" Wagons-new andsecopd hAAd/ lbotgphc Stock..
,.>ome medium through which the condition much that he argrily orderedthe of General Cass iu the fidence of the public. A fine stock of all goods in our IV. Commanding ofcr will give thei? immediate Amdrotype Cases,IaUob ;i ,"e&c
him the hating
should be s meet name line will always on hand and offered At reasonable attention to this that It is promptly and We desire t call .tJOU'l to the ab -
domestic and l affairs of b aad.e
political prisoner to lower his eyes. Being found papers, but he "stilvc" at the ripe age price C. A. CASE, efficiently carried out,and aQ good citizens are expect detre 1 retire fr b&e St
known, in a.dition to those natural reasons guilty by the jury, he was sentenced to twelve eighty-four on Jefferson J, J. hOLLAND.Scptmer ed to the officers charged with this auy we ar to ,upon our J. al4 -
which arc apparent to every one. with hard labor.A handsome, modernbuiltdwelIin 16tr, In eprwith the 11t.of the destitute. confident that the Inducement we oe mut give the -
imprisonment Detroit, tbel efr Sutlers toeiwntne
I As the name implies its consistency will years' street, 0 the Order of Col, .'MARPLE, Public satlsJUction. at yTUe
while his eldest son occupies car
lie preserved In accordance with the new or subscription is in circulation i Rich- old homestead, two squares distant.' MACHINE SHOP A3TP FOUNDRY, S.L.AssUAdjt.Gtn'l.McHxxxT, y,B.-An s Indebted (4;us a respectfully *-
der of things. mond for the relief of Mrs. Jefemn Davis family and for- farmed that. pu settlement must b made.-.
reduced Though afflicted with the feebleness .. ThE subscriber having located In Jacksonville,IsI L C.wl : .
-- and family, who,it is said, incident to the patriarchal prepared io execute any orders In his line o DE1 C. .'

This will be the last paper issed| "by authority. circumstances. So far the efor has probability met- getfulncsji age, ho naturally maintains better health and a business with neatness and despatch.JOHN CABDY. JOB PRINTING, .:,c.* HUtonH* d.8.C.II*.
with very liberal responses, l>e and No<4>Bii78jreet,J ebY 1
was reasonably ..
We learn the establishment than could -
. is that enough will be raised to supply more active spirit P. 8.-A fine Grl Mill Is attached the pm NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE Aug. 1tf. : ,
, transferred to its original proprietors ycsterl.jr. to belong to his time of life. in running orer. .

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Jlo1'ement lnSouth, Carolina. P nOCL.A.1\I.A.TION, .. of the election l and on the St. Johns river;Fernandina and St. Augustine, -
j ,, ... .. _forwarding: Jhcmtotbis1officc.r .jQ- LCof
A gentleman ? .' f to receive the retarwraa s&oir: *>posiiblo afterthCT I : t.cq.
wjiotarrivedlhere! .from, Hilton ut'S 1. 1' "r j eo as 4\ } .
I Head are BUjIff UP*", ,.j injh"i n 1ler Ji n t'
last evening, 'informs' us' th&tthe: SEVENTH. That the delegates,who shall Cth. To afford aid In transportation of Delegates, ST. ;
.: people of South Carolina WJLLIAM.MARVINPRO"JSIOX..14 be elected,as aforesaid, shall assemble in Convention 1 to thf'CooTeution'the Commanding Officer of the District .JjCK5vlttK, Fu .
are ,n w. ctj1 : of Ease Florida will order that a Steamer''IIh.n DRY GOODS STOBE.FIJKSITCKK _
engaged in the adoption preliminary measures GOVERNOK OF THE! at the City of TALLAHASSEE, at 1..8 Fem% i1ta,on Friday, the 20th day of October .WILLIAM O. : -;---- -
t twelve o'clock, on WEDNESDAY, the I f 1865. to touch at and leave St. Augustine on Saturday, (_' 1F..RE -
It to secure n full'represeniaUon 't in',die iP;' STATE OF TI.OIUWA. day of OCTOBER, :&. D. 18(55(; ;:, and i f I the 21st ot October, for Jacksonville ; another Steamerto 4 In- miBHiou 1 Me.rch'ant,

!( preaching State Convention, which is to assemble I President and other'neccssary officers, and leave Enterprise,on the St. Johns river, on Friday, I f. JiCK30XTJU.F.. FLA..
the 20th day of October, for Jacksonville t ----- .
touching at
WHEREAS, by the Proclamation Andrew proceed to the discharge of their duties. TbC' -- '
we believe,.tn'the'early part of next the different points on tho river.
month. Johnson, President of the United States, dated -i Convention will be the judge ot the electionof The Commanding Officer of the Middle<< District and & fcc. FRANKLIN. DIBBLE,
He r represents 6 dominent_ sentk l&Ti'bf July, A. D., 1865,1:; have been appointed their respective,members. of tne Sub-Difltric-ts of West Florida and Key West that < ., I I ; (',unnIMJom Merchant,

ment as being in perfect accord"with the Provisional Governor of the State of 11 The commander of the military depart. a Steamer shall leave Key West, on Wednesday, the' ; I I If ,' Jscsoiux Fu.

great purpose of the'contcmplated organic reconstruction 1 Florida, with instructions to prescribe, at the ment of the State has issued a general order: and 18th Cedar day of Keys October.,on her and way touch to .Marks Tampa;, and.Manatee that ,4: Produce made purchased or advance*in Cash or cappliei

upon an out and earliest practicable period such'rules and regulations directing, that a United States transport another Steamer shall leave Penwcolc, on Saturday, o. eonsllment to C. B. Dibble,New York. '
out Union
as may be necessary and proper for steamer shall leave Key West on edncnlay, the 31st October, bound for the same port, touching I I I -

basis. The views and sentiments promulgated -' ,convening a convention of the people, com the 18th of October, and touch at Tampa,! at Apalacbicola. : -- -, I HILTON A- U"\XnELL

in the speeches and proclamations of their posed delegates to be chosen by that portion Manatee and Cedar Keys, on her way to St, be The made Quartermasters the Delegates will to this be Instructed Convention that, except no charges tho I 193 WHOLE'L OREJ .

newly appointed Provisional Governor of the people who are loyal to the United Marks ; and that another steamer shall leave usual one for meals : they will facilitate in every 'way flay Street, nt. man

. are States, and no others; and also, with all I Pcnsacola, on Saturday, the 21st, bound for their transportation, and will, upon these trips, give ; SAVANNAH, (mL.
' accepted, without reservation, as constituting : precedence to Delegates. They also, cause due Are
must conrtantly
the power, necessarv and proper, to enable the same port, touching at Apalachicolajand; reeHTtng per steamers from New
notices to be given of this order, In relation to the times York the
the true policy of transformation to be observed such loyal people, o'f said State, to restore it another shall leave Enterprise, on the St., of departure of these Steamers from the different polcts CHARLES SLACER, : OrocericH largest In tbi4 city.and most complete ansorimcnt of

in the construction of the new politi- ,to its constitutional relation to the Federal Johns river, on Friday. the 20th, bound to p on their route, so that arrangements may be well understood t N. B.-Orders by mail, accompanied with

cal fabric by the approaching Convention. Government, and to present such a republican Jacksonville, touching; at the different points by the Delegates, and that there may be no ta nce, promptly filled, at IO\et market prices. reit
form of government as will entitle the on the river ; and another shall leave rem unnecessary delay at the different points at which the Ango4tI2 lm
Steamers touch. The
It would Delegates will be conveyed
appear from this that the State to the guarantee of the United States andina, on Friday, the 20th, and St. August I home on return trips, and landed at the points from ---- ---- --

leading secession State of the South will therefor, and its people to the protection ofthe tine, on Saturday, the 21st, bound to Jack- which they took passage, free charge; as OO,'!!. L J. GCTLJIAETLX. JOHS FUlXNtKT. %W. DBCVXOSD

wheel rapidly into line with Mississippi animated United States against invasion, insurrec- wmvillc. These :steamers will convey the( By order of Slaj. (Jen. J. (I. }FOTKK Bay Street, Jacksonville, Tla., L. J. fil'If. IAUTIV AT CO..

trjr honest tion and domestic violence. delegates elected, free of cluuge, except for Capt. 7th E.Infantry C. WOODRUFF& A. A. A." O.a I OE E\l PHIPPINO,
t. :an.. desire to recover her po- Now, therefore, I, William Marvin, Pro- their lodging and meals. j jEIOIITII. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MEBCHANT9

Jitical rights amTprivileges under the amended visional Governor of the State of Florida, as Constitution, republican inform t : HAS JfST RECEIVED I >'o. IIS Bay Street, ,

constitution of the United States. aforesaid, do> by virtue of the. power in me having been made, altered.or amended(; JOHN JONES! Oj'iiatt'-Ute City .acannoA, ,
We observe also vested, as aforesaid, proclaim and declare : and adapted to the new order of things, the IMt Georgia.
that Governor Perry of FIRST. That an election for delegates! to a Convention will schedule Particular attention given to procuring freighte,and
provide by a for LAR'GE I
Wholesale : filling
that State has been and RetailDRUGGIST A AND COMPLETE I order for bard pine timber and lumber cotton,
making another speechat Convention .will be held on Tuesday, the 10th the election of a Governor and General Assembly 1 STOCK OF wool, hides, ic. lm August

Greenville, in which he relates his reoep- day ofOctol>er,A. I). 1R63; at the different and for the re-organization of a permanent t

tion at Washington, which he precincts at which elections are directed and' State Government. BOBEBT EaWu. C.8 9. HARDZC.
was most -
satisf ctory. says authorized: by law to he held for members of KIXTII. "Rv the onrrations and results of Bay Street Jacksonville. I! DRY ,GOODS, CLOTHING, ERWIX d ITATlDEi,
the Legislature. the war, slavery has ceased to exist m I

Referring to his interview with the President SECOND. That the thirty-nine counties of this Stat It cannot be revived. Every vo it #J*** ..**"..*lnn ff iI..16_ .T\4 ""/>m H COMMISSION MERChANTS
., he says : this State shall be authorized and entitled to ter for delegates to the conventf"1' w taking to huisiargO and select assortment of Drugs, Pateni HATS, CAPS BOOTS -- '--., .-..-- -..--

elect delegates to the said': Convention sevo-. ia ...m..nLO* ...tz4'aKc a solemn oath to Medicines, Fancy Articles,Paints, Oils, Window Glass,, August. lmCALIMVKLI
"I told him that the people of South Caro- rilh oo f'"I1"4", 4" ... :.. """ 'tllltia two, bin-: support the freedom of the fonncrglave. The Stationary, &c., &c., among; which may be round : I -

lina accepted the terms of hi.. pro..i uiaiiuu, La Rosa two, Walton two Holmes one, freedom intended is the full, ample and complete SulphateQuinine, A MORRIS,
and were disposed to return to their allegiance Castor Oil, WHICH
Washington one Jackson! three Calhoun freedom of citizen of the
a States.
to the Union. That from been Cream Tartar, r SUCCESSORS TO BREWER &
the most rebellious having one, Franklin one, Liberty one, Gadsdcn This docs not necessarily include the privilege L- Calomel, I C.LW.COTON
satisfied State in the South, I was three, Waknlla one, Leon four, Jefferson of voting ; but it does include the idea Itlue Mass, FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION

be one of South the most Carolina would, henceforth, three, Madison two, Taylor one, Lafayette ofull constitutional guarantees of future possession I- Sulphur, HE PROPOSES. TO SELL ON AS REASONABLE -i fCI.'ns.
loyal the Southern Magnesia, ic
ofler Hamilton: two Suwannce one Columbia
and quiet enjoyment. Tho ;
States. That she would reform her Constitution : 20 old Slip. New York
and abolish two, Baker one, Bradford one, Nassau his voting is an open) question propersubject .Patent Medicines. TERMS AS WERE .
slavery the election
of Governor and give one, St Johns one, Duval one, Clay one, for dis ussion-and is to be decidedas Townsend's Sarsaparilla, I S. B. c&S.owaL'B.. C. MOJUHB,JR.
Electors to the Putnam one Alachua twp,Marion two, Levy of Ayer'8 Sarsaparilla, .
a question sound policy by the
: flm
people, and equalize the representation of the coq"cntion Pectoral Augst ,
Ayer'a Cherry ,
Hernamlo Mana- '
one, one, : one, to be called.
State. I gave it as. my opinion that the disunion Polk Volusia Ayer's Ague Cure, EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET I TO*. B. JAkso (.
feeling of the South had in tee one, one, Orange one, one, TENT!!. Upon the establishment of a republican Indian CholagOfue, L W&RBOCX.

the parishes. The President exprcsSd originated\, him- I'Brcvnrd one, :::-l1Inl'r one, Monroe one, and form of State government, under Davis' Pain Killer, J '('JSOX d WARROfK, .
Dade Radway's Remedies,
one. Constitution< which and 1
self gratified at the course South Carolinawas guarantees secures' Fahnestock .ICCTI'JX AKD GE-VEIUi. COMiIi33IO.f
Vermifuge, XERCEASTS.
TuntD. free white male of '
Every ) person liberty to all the inhabitants alike without .
to Worm Candy, :
likely pursue,and instead of manifest- -
the age of twenty-one years"and: upwards, distinction of color there will South American Fever and JACKSONVILLE. FLA.CONSIGNMENTS .
ing any bitter or revengeful(spirit he evinced no longer exist Augne Remedy. At Wholesale & Retail.
and who shall be, at the time offering to any impediment in the of Brown' Ess. Ginger, -
kindness way restoring the
great solicitude and magnanimity. vote, a citizen of the United( States and who State to its constitutional Win low' Soothing Syrup, SOLICITED.

The following also is interesting: shall have resided! and had: its home in this the government proper of the United States relations, where to: Uyatt's Vclpeau'B Life Balsam Remedy, I i Personal attention given and Cotton t forwarding Meade

"Before visiting Mr. Seward I had been State for one year next preceding the election by its people will be entitled to protection Mustang Liuitnent, .. .Ang. 15.1 .

-e to call on the Attorney General, Mr. Speed. and for six months in ths county in which the United States against invasion: insurrection y- Roger's Syrup, Liverwort and Tar, I PRINTS. ---- ; --- -- .---. -

lie expressed himself surprised and mortified lie may offer to vote, and who shall have ta- and domestic violence. McMunu'u British Elixer Oil, CHAS. A. FAltCUILD. 1. .A. KOBKSOT.FAICCIIILD .

at my speech made to you on the 3d of July. ken and subscribed the oath of amnesty, asset ; Given at Tallahassee,Florida,this 23rd day Bateman's Drr p'', kc., kc, A ROBINSON,

But I soon discovered that he had only glanced ; forth in the President's!' Proclamation of of August, 1805. : Photograph Albums, ,
over the speech and did not comprehend Amnesty, of the 20th day of May, 1865, and WILLIAM MARVIN Backgammon Boards( Lawns. latest styles ,' DEALERS INGENERALMERCUANDISEDET0000S

the tone and temper of my remarks. I told if he comes within th $ exceptions containedin Provisional Governor., Blank Books, i. ,

Mr. Seward what the Attorney General had said; proclamation,. shall have taken said SAMUEL C. DOUGLAS, Wallets;Mirrors, ,. :. i. GROCERIES, I.\DW AE.ETC., ETC.. ,
said. He replied I read oath, and have been specially pardoned by Tooth. Clc.tb Shaving '' '
your speech this Private Sccretarv. Hair, .. 3ay Street, JaciiOntille
morning attentively, and considering the the President; shall be entitled to vote in the August 2Cth, 186.j.nO'L.MA'rIOX. and Whisk Brushes, *e., h.- Organdies, -" .'r't. i : J7a- /

stand point from which you made it, 1 think county where he resides, and shall be eligibleas -_# --.-.- Perfumery, Etc.. .. ORDERS PROMPTLY; ATTENDED TO

it a very good one. When I was Governoi a member of said Convention, and none .- : BY WJI. ?f ARVIX.Irov. Lnbin's Extracts, .' ., Septembers -ftB.

of New York, said Mr. Seward, I used to others. Where the person offering to vote( Governor of the State of Florida. Sight Blooming Cereus, -
Onrandie .
make sjjeechesfwhich were very severely crit- comes within the exceptions contained in the Considering that the Fancy Extracts,. RoX \.XnRES.,
Amnesty oath '
; icised in Charleston; and I said to..myselt, amnesty proclamation, and shall have taken by the President's Proclamation, prescribed of- Colognes,Hair Oils,Scap;,. : > J.t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.,

what the deuce have the people of Charles-I: the amnesty oath, and shall have made application May 29, 18C. need not necessarily be subscribed Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder, ""' -- r. :''

ton to do with my speeches madc to the President: for a special pardon and taken before a Commissioned Sterling's Ambrosia, KendHll Ambolme, &e.,&C. Ginghams-. j I J.\CKSXT FLA.

York ? I did not speak to them or for them,, through the Provisional Governor, and I Officer-Civil, Military\ or Naval-in.the service .I .. -::- .- Office-Hofffs Blcck, ow Pnrost JTanJia s,
but to the people of New York. And I sup-: shall have been recommended Dy him for such j of the United States Cal1dJt. -. '1 Sept.
before :
: or a Civil) : tf
Gum Drop! Sugar and Burnt Almonds, Peppermint ;
pose, Mr. Perry, intended pardon, the Inspectors or Judges of the election .
you your speech L : or Military Officer of a loyal State Territory &c., &c. i.
Drops! Lozenges
for South Carolina and not for Washing may, in most instanc properly(>sume in order to qualify a person to or become: a ,. 'J: v ,'$ :. Jaconet", ,; ,' C. P. COOPETt.;" ?. RSB1E.

ton. that such-pardon has been granted, though; voter for Stationery. : ('OOPER
delegates to the Slate Convention i : &EISBEE,
: .
Governor Perry says that when, in his last I owing to the want of mail facilities, it may; although it must be subscribed and taken I before Letter, Note and Foolscap Paper, ". ,
not have been received the at the White and Yellow EnvelOpe, A'lT'nXEYS.AT LAW,
by .
interview with the. President he told him the time of the election. party such officer and in order to obtain the benefits I'e'n!, Ink and Inkstands,Playing Cards, &Ic. -' : : : -)[eZmbiqne v JACKSONVILLE. TLA.
o amnesty pardon and
steps he had taken as Provisional'Governor; /.Fi ee white soldiers, seamen and marines ; considering, that '.
the President has invested me with authority ('u t fl'!") Qh-'to/!S Summit'Block.
the President replied "'V eU most ih i the an 1y'or navy of the United States, to Razors Kimc anI Scissors. )
: ,-JOU area : prescribe such rules and regulations: as Razor Straps, Pocket September! Sm.xrro1NEv .
who were qualified, by their residence, to Bareges all kinds. ,
be I ,
expeditious Governor. may :: and for
Whereupon he necessary proper, convening
vote in said State, at the time of their respective Convention Tobacco. S ,
a composed of I So SI-E'ER
delegates to be
Perry, added that he would-have l enlistments, and who shall liavc take cho Navy Anderson's Solace and Amulet,

the State ready, with the constittrtforijreformed L and subscribed the amnesty oath, rhall ii e State>cn a.s by are that loyal portion to! the of United the people States of, Urid; Killickinick! Shanghaiand Anderson's. RnmkinR 10bacco. __ _'_ 7 ..___ ,_ ._i AT LAW.

and have members l p entitled to vote in the- county where they, others j.- of the best brands. TBA.Wi
of Congress iele\tedj; : no ; andJias declared that no person Cigars I attcndfpromptly
the first respectively reside- But no soldier, seamanor shall be qualified as elector A Complete Stock of Mourning Goods at to an ca-wa ler the Military
by Monday in December,.ilie ov- marine, uot a resident.i in the State, at the igible i as a member of an such Convention, or shall be el ;'Iic. I Couri August..eJoOD\ie or Lake. CitT.

convenes- -SacannoJi Herald.Wise unless 1Iereclaaum, ._ __. Imp
;gress time of his enlistment. shall; be allowed to he shall have __
I IFOURTJI. previously taken and subscribed Imitation Merschaum, ARCHIBALD T.
vote. such oath of amnesty, without declaring Brierwood, Rosewood Applewood, Clay, KC. ATTORNEY. DA'K
Southern Advice. The oath be taker' AT LAW,
amnesty may l before whom the oath for this Diamond and Safety Matches.LIqiiori
shal"be .
The Mobile and subscribed purpose 1 G.U .
Register before the rebellionwas befoic any connnissionei taken F.iLRIU.
the officer-civil, military, or naval-in the service I Syrupv. etc. GLO YES.Gent' Wi attend proinpIy t all bniO8 intrusted his
leading paper in the Gulf States, outside I Now, therefore, in order to render every facility Brandy, cae. July 29 t
of the United States,, or civil or military i- -
of N.Orleans,and was probably the most any tu the well-disposed persons of this: Sherry Win .
officer ot a loyal Stale' or erritory, who: I j :State; who are loyal to the United States II Port Wine, and Misses best silk and Lisle. T. T. LON
influential of alL Its then editor Hon. JohnFursyth the laws ,
by thereof i is qualified. to administer themselves Holland Gin,
qualify to be voters for
has returned to his poet, and is now oaths. The officer administering the I''. to the Convention delegates i Whiskey! HANDKERCHIEFS.) .AT LAW. ,
I Blackberry Brandy,
writing with his accustomed vigor in Ikvor oath, is authorized and required, on request .. I. WILLIAM MARVIN, Provisional Governor Lemon Syrup, July 22. 1 L\xP CT FL.I.
to give to the person taking it, certifiedcepies :: do issue this Vanilla Syrup, -
reorganization on the Government bai is. thereof. It is administered to all persons to proclamationsupplementary} Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrup.
In late editorial he my proclamation, dated the 23d of Aug- I Practe(.Medicine and Surgery.
4 a applying at the different An a-soifment
says : military of
postsin Ladies
ust, 1803; and do ordain and proclaim, that Paintx, O1N. etc. Gents'. and Misses' nfl.E3I1LE
In this Stale, without fee. The oft the! y.
to the taking
respect emancipation oath, we the Inspectors or Judges of election for the White Lead U Ms professional REPECtLLY.TE
give the counsel to our readers upon whichwe oath does not, of ib-clf, operate as a }pardon) different precincts in this State shall have Chrome Green HCSIERY. son ville and vicinity. \ cten Jak-

have acted ourselves. Whether the actor : in cases where the party is excepted from authority, and they arc authorizedand Chrome Yellow Office and rooms (for the present) at A .
hereby A CoTa'
-hasbeen the general amnesty and needs special! I' Prussian Blue, resience. comer Bay and Washington
legally and consti.tutionaUy ) i par administer White Black
required to the said oath to Red and l)1ackPahts, and colored Straw may fond at all times, except strt.wb
completed or not, slavery is as don.FIFTH. the persons who may offer to take the same. Linseed Oil Benzine, ally engaged.Sept. whe pfe
dead as Julius C ?sar. No human power That! the Judges of Probate, in I And I do order and direct, that they shall Plaster Paris Whiting, .Vc.: &.c. HATS AND BONNETS 2._ 3m-.
can resurrect it ; and we candidly admit that the several counties, provided they thall have not allow, under Window Shades. ,

if that power rested in our single hand :we respecfully taken the amnesty oath, or in person to vote at any said pretencehatcver election for any Liquid Petroleum Blue, P ROFESSJONAL-DR :31. J. MURPHY

would not, under present circumstances, exert case of the inability or absence ofthc Judge unless he shall have first taken and delegates subscribed -, Congress Water, A complete variety MKses and Boys Hats the tenders fan service a*Physician and Surgeon t

it. And we can say this much without in any county, or his neglect refusal toad:-t, the !said oath before them shall Seidlitz<< Powders, Particular people Jacksonville and sarrouadinff country.
; or at the be given to dieaaa
then the Clerk of the Circuit Citrate of Magnesia, Wl of1
changing a single one of our life long opinions provided time to and children. his
offering exhibit residence
vote to them corner Tor-
a Extract for making Root Beer, &c. ic., BONNCT
he shall have AND BELT
taken the
RIBBONS syth and
the beneficence oath shall OFALL hogan-streets.
on of amnesty
the institution as ; certified copy of the oath taken bv him be- June 10-tf .3m July 8
the very best form organized labor for mankind distribute the poll-books! and appoint, for the lore a commissioned officer, Ci\'if or Jluita-
at large, and for the well different election precincts in their -1 KINDS. Medical Notice.flR.A. .
being of the i reaperlive ry, in the service of the United States, or before .
slave in particular. But what are our opi a- .counties, three Inspectors! or Judges of : a Civil or Military officer of a loyal State LI profession S. BALDWIN in all iU will resume the practice of his
ions worth the election, who shall have taken the R. T. HAZZARD & CO. Umbrellas and Parasols. deparmer office
against the H
fixed and unalterable amnesty I or Territory. And I do further order, that .I residence Is the first !west of. a
sentiments of the civilized oath, to hold said election who shall Boarding
and semicivilizedworld : the oath administered Honsp..Jak8Yil.
by with the A large and well .
-- ? What do they avail when the!sword conduct the same, as near as mar lie, in eonformlty I. original signatures of the subscribers there- selected stock of July 2-t

has just declared against them ? The inexorable with the laws of this State, as 1 they\ unto, shall be returned by them with the cer- WHOLESALE DEALERSIN

'- fact is, that the institution of slavery; existed prior (to January 10th. 1801. The tificate election and poll-books and forwarded :MEICNOTCE DR. E.ALiItxc ,
is uprooted in the Jand and if had the Inspectors of the different precincts shall, ; late S
; we by the Judge of :Probate or Clerk to Calfor maybe consulted at his Ja..
power to re-establish it, it would be through as soon as possible after the election, count the Provisional Governor, at Tallahassee in and Shoes naIls Ma1sit flow, or at the Drug Store X
such a of the votes! and make and 1 certificate STAPLE DRY GOODS 31. T
process conflict and turmoil as to !sign a of the manner pointed out in proclamation '

;r make the game not worth the candle. It is the result of'the election at said precinct and dated the 23d: day August my, 1865. For Ladies and Gents'., Misses, Boys and June 2ith-tf

the part ot good sense to accept facts, and the one of them, to be determined by lot, if not This proclamation and the oath to be administered J. D. rpsox.STJIJC .

death African slavery at the South is oneof otherwise agreed upon, shall convey and deliver will be forwarded to the Judges REID'S BLOCK, BAY STREET, Children's Wear. .
those unchangeable and witFout the said -ECXN' ]3ENTIST.JACKSONVILLE .
: unchallengeable unnecessary delay, Probale or the Clerks of thc Circuit Court
facts we accept without a moments' hesita: certificate, the poll-book) and ballots, to the who are hereby directed to deliver the FLA.

; tion. The deed is done; let us make the best J udgc'of Probate of t the county, or to the to the Judges or Inspectors of the election.same JACKSONVILLE. FLA.: Ready-made Clothing, REFERENCE-"Pennsylvania" and fire Colege.oCDet Surger -

of it, and shape our course it Clerk of the Circuit Count,whichever of them June racic.
as stern Given
upon a : at Tallahassee the 11th of Of
day 2Uh-Itpt.
Sep- great variety and of
; fait Q<
-- done and beyond recall, let it be constitutionconventiontirAiil ;- Judge or Clerk receiving said certificate, Governor. I, ,. ,.' All of MIL SE\T FOR S.\.L

t....fiserv- Southern State in poll-books and ballots shall, thereupon i with SVM'L. J. DOUGLAS, '. ,, ".".. whIch is offered at the lowest prices THE subscriber offers a{private sale a Lot, suitable

the will of God, the edge or the' word"anb: unnecessary delay, cdll: to his assistance Private Secretary. I GROCERIES ., : 'i';: ," for Cash. Yellow I for a mi. For site,particulars situate on the St Johns River, at

the voice of the nations of the earth seem to ification of v leis.'lrtllif.-mtr'! 'hi'//HUM* the qual- ; /J aonlT V.
-- : Li.
have united in promulgating. .the.votes_.and compare them with. tile noll Dasuerrean Saloon, Bay Street, BA"
bOOks. snail-- --- r-u 'l'4L'L"7 I 'i; 'i.., ttE g:1: OF FLOBIDA, September0-2mp JacbonT.
ney make and 'SHOES: :
-- sign certificates } ,
GENERAL ORDER, "Htb, 1Si.. :
b A Fix: FOB A Youxo TLEMAX.-.A. of the result of the election in their ,} ,
very county, No. 21.. j CROCKERY, WOODEX AND STEAM GRIST
and 211 LX. FOR
furnisn .
to each .
nice gentleman person elected one of said It having been order : c' .
young whose d his
name do by SUBSCRIBER
we certificates. The Judge Clerk MARVLV Excellency .tUiM c HATS. I" Dishps, THE OFFERS AT PRIVATE SALE
or shall also Provisional 0C urufc jnuj
Oovcrnor of tile UI ten norse
not deem it necessary to ventillate transmit mail da, thai of }J0j. running order, situate powe 1 complete
recently by pro-paying the au election be held ou the lOUi J City.
postage day of Lke
invested a small sum in chickens which he pnyjerly enveloped,and addressed to the Provisional (, is to nextfor meet at Delegates Tall.baH8ee to the State Convention which October '. ,. -, :; Plates, running every }'rdy a 6tlday.I ta'b seen

on the 25th FLOUR .
undertook to take home on the Dauphin Governor, at Tallahassee, one of said 18<5o, it is hereby ordered for the gorernmeut day of October, N. n. I not molt! before,it be L PA

streetcars. ,After proceeding a short distance certificates.poll-books of together the several with precinctsorhi the ballots and command l1st.- and for tuelniormtonof aU concerne of this. I i I J Cups and Saucers, sale on Fday.19p September Z. wi o1er.a_ pUblc.

shall .
the attention of all the That District, Sab-District HOPE -S -- -
the said and : _
convey certificate Subordinate
passengers, a poll-books and Commander, atlOrd I I r
large portion of whom were ladies ballots, properly enveloped and the notices every jiracticablo facility lu distributing Uuckets, Tnbs, FOR S.\.LE
was called addressed, as of n.ud election, and the i.rocUinatiou VCOTTON- I Steam Saw
to him by one of his aforesaid, to the nearest military post and of Govc nor MAM'IN ; also to aid, when A GOD and OrItMU1- W-h r.e power.
purchases ruqiiir- complete
ed in running
raising thv Baskets orderAny
a preservation ,
deliver of Brooms
the and BAGGING to
peace 4c
same to'tbe good order purchase
commander to be forwarded at the see the mfll it pD'W
loud cackle. In vain he tried to \'lecUonl1ud, to facilitate me lorwurdiug tho I Sava.nnsb cal station .
quiet the to this office. ofelettion"ai/dKUbscJueutlytbo "return \ Atbany and Gulf Railroad. 1 !
bird; the ladles "tittered" and pulled down In counties in which there Is neither a Delegate to and front the Conven.ion.) ; tntubportation! of I For further Paula apply to Pc*

their veils the qualified Juge ofk Probate 2dlu order to aid the WIXKS; LHtUOKM, Ac.: WM. F.
udgei or Election
gentlemen on board "haw ; nor a qualified rious election ,at the va Merchants from Xo 5 and BOX
precincU. iu Middle Pen
Clerk of the Circuit iire erviug order, the September > G.
hawed" and Court. or in which cut differ 9t: .F.
our friend they coiomaudliiff officer r
in will,
young the ignorance no fur all praC CulllE', ,. ,
may neglect refuse UblUh c -
or to "
of the situation blnshed. act, the qualified voters uon, With u proper military guard lear each )idace, of elec 'C"!- Cn-h or floods paid for "Cotton' at the market and West Florida RID EI.L A 3IURDOCK
Growing to
f hereby authorized to assemble at assist in the preservation of .- ...' are invited -
somewhat restless at being the cynosure of The county the, aId; in Dade county, at indian and tion,order aud ,to at Interfere the request in no Duly ol the Judges of Eic:: !- prices. (Agents for Israel .SealyO

all eyes, he cast,look. into his lap and be Key, ond elect the judges j of the elec nob request.They consider way whatever themselves, except upon to and examine WHOLESALE DEALERS :IN
thin, who shall have taken the tu uithtarypuae's, to bo, called ,into merely ( cal my
hold oath, action "tho
there amnesty
; by
was it.
an He' t -
egg immediately Ju dges otLlec T. IIAZZAItn
and who shall on, C'O. '
bald whenever .
the election} count the S4id."udgea may conaid ALES, AND WIN
tneir : stock
quit the car and pursued his way homeward ,votes, and th'p.person elected or r-ervices necessary to the preservation> ot peace i before !
3d. AU purchasing
certificate soldiers
: a aud
on foot. ,Imagine' his his employee of the government! Imported and Domestic
phceMoba1e of
;;-; election. One of them, so be. a who are entitled to vote in the dinereut couuues September 0tfFURNITURE Llquorof

Tribune. -S peed,on or determined bv Int'-chnll nTan c isn,1 State will. SO far as uoNihlc! .. hn ntlmiln.i--- -f'A..llhf.--.....ot.this,-.._ elsewhere ;' as all Kinds and Qualities.No. .
iu e .ur
exercue they
Tho imperial feasts in Mexico \ Dy mail, or convey to the nearest military; ut once be ascertained ortnal piiviUge by each; for this urpo on inn. -'r. are 6f Merchants Row.. Iiaton Head ,.
ft i ,S. ,
says cor- post, as aforesaid a duplicate Florida commanding ollicer, ot c
certificate of troops, where the ol his ;
respondent hare been. command FOR assured June
many'jmd the election are entitled SALE that
gorgeous. and to 10.18tf
the poll-books and ballots vote and he will 110 arrange thut greatadvan- ,
The they ,
diamonds :worn were o( an almost fabu to be forwarded to this office to the place of voting at the prop r time. The be'scut --
..Jus.price.. The Mexican ladies are celebra- No : aforesaid.. each county will be formed into a men or A LARGE LANDAGENCY .
squad and
shall Be
.. ted for their jewels. It is nothing uncom- Judge of the election act as an Inspector or ticable under the charge.of a commissioned officer, when sent>n.ct EXTENSIVE STOCK. tage will be offered to buy I ,
who shall or otherwise
mon for a lady to own twenty thousand dol- viously taken.the oath not have pre sloiied officer, or reliable, under private charge of such A noa-coiunii-' O1T; IP(nIS"IT1..TnE; A. H. McCORMICK,
amnesty and
lars of diamonds and .pearls.; They, have a oath shall be exacted of said Judges, no or other In men the in charge of squads, will be;held rcspousloie officers and tor JUST RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT ersover the Savannah AGENT FOR THE SALE PURCHASE
for p'Oper cofldnct'ofeath or
pearls, and nowhere, not even in but squad, to aud f.wm the
epectdrs their place ofjLands
personal honor will be o. >ot ng, tho good conduct of AT WELLS'AUCTION AND Florida.
the courts of Europe, are ,such the men at thu e e.::tion COMMISSION STORE, I Address
magnificent considered ar.d for iho
l8 pledged for the faithful prompt return ot mitnaeji Northern : Jacksonville; Fla.
ones seen: The famous, and without loa tothuircoumiuiias co.\Msriva: OF A, Markets.
black'pearls'from honest performance qf their duties. by desertion or...rllggl1n!:. FrLL'AHIETT OF August
Lower California are almost as expensive as SIXTI : The c'ommanderof ilh. At a convenient time after the election is Tables and CJjalrn) double and einglo Cottage IJcd _Smp'
: the the over, .
diamonds and as beautiful military I commauaing olli!icW po at if Chamber
as opals.The/ department of re.jueht Furui-
the State has by the Judges tare, C. LIME. ,
in of Looking SL4GER LIME
Empress tries to: the absence EioUloif.fociliUii) the!forward Olses! ono hundred double and ; LIME
wear the Mexican'mantilla ug oftho single
of mail facilities, returns ef the diijereut piocinct" to time MattregieH, Lounge bed*. wash In
generously ordered the offl- Imte Judges oll'ro stan-ls, 40...,..0 40., Sdll nnantitiei snit by
.I' wh1t'requlre i Spanish blood to carry cers and>oldiergaiuder-hun at each county 61'8'- a..d will also aid in forward. My orders arc t.) Clelill'! the above couslgumeut imme : _" plrcbla .
well, and Is said to carry it as gracefully as and assisUn'the distribution command to aid this Ing the returns Irom each comity to Tallahassee ; for diately, either xt ITlvate or Public gale. The public Buy'St., Jneks nvil'e. Fernandina. Fla..Apr1 ?-o, 18C3,
of the pnrixwo, couriers will are peetfully Invited .
poll-books be to call and .
an Indian would bonpetr' employed, when iieccBsarv. examine the stock, '",. "A -
and this and and -
,proclamation/rmd,} in receiving the yuarternwiters will so arrange that' Steamers secure a treat bargain at '
snail touch at convenient points on tho WELLS' Auction and Comiui JOB PRINTING
Gulf Coast and ftoptmher 0-tf ion Store. Aii-. 12, 1850. I. 't., '.
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