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 30, 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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bloated and defiant beE
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to expatrite4O0O0Pf1abortrs; natm-jr-tri
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xjgun! >cnpuon IT taken for 1*R8 than Three
Single copie fire t"ntl. Inter scheme wits a favorite plan of tlwBIair! ?.

ADTKBTIBINti ).ih which they had for a while JnocnftUtil ,: .
Two dollar per Square of Ten Nonpariel late sainted President. Hut a sinm1 experiment -. '
coopyin the ame >pau>. for tnt insertion : .. made him discard it and his advisers.Siucc ( .

loiter far. each dednct.on subeeqneut: made ln to permanent ertlon. Ah'ertl __ ._ _______ I have'mentioned the hairs, L may say -... .
A lib val
a word more of these persistent apologist- of .

JOB PRINTING NO.7. the South. For, when:the virus of jla\'cJ.
and has once'entered the vHns of the :
la every tjle,neatly prompUy executed. slnvebotc.
-_., --- -- .- no subsequent effort seems ofwhony.
.eradicating it. They are a family ofcmid .'. '
JNO. 8. SAinaS k CO., allowed to vote or only those
able POer, some merit, of admirable audacity .
C?o tn in i H H I o n 3M I leave to be discussed in the ,and'execrable selfishness. With .i impetuous -, .:

BIT Sr., JACKBOKHLLT, Fu. ; Congress can take legitimate alacrity they seize the'White House, anti "
of It. There are about 6,000,000 of hold possession oil it, aiim in the'.late' ,knin&: ". .
WILLIAM O. JEFFREYS the South. The number of acres tration, until shaken off by the overpowering

e() mm IBM ion 1\1: e r c h. t Of this those who force of f public indinatEon. Their pernicious.
JACKBOKTILLF FLA. 200 acres each number about counsel had well nigh defeated the 'rcelecv 5

holding in the aggregate-to- tion Abraham Lincoln ; and If it should
FRANKLIN DIBBLE, the States-about .394,000,000 prevail with the present administration, .
fommimlom Merchant, for all the others below 200 and patriotic as President Johnson pre .

JACIIWNTlLLE: FLA.1roJuce 71,000,000 acres. By.thus forfeit- ted to be, it will render i . Cart ormwle of the leading rebels the gov ular hil te'mot.unpp .'

on consignments to C. B. Dibble,New have 394,000,000 of acre, the ExectTesnTc! But there is no- fear '

HILTON & KAM I>EUUWHOLESALE own property,and yet nine-tenths of that. lie will soon gay,. as 3Jr. Lincoln
: would remain untouched. did,Your time hascomef' .
GROCERS. ; land into convenient farms.- All Depends Congress. .
IKS Hay Strict, near Barnard, ; please, forty acres to each adult this great to be in,Tin?, That
I cnquet
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, there are .
Suppose 1,0,0 depend upon virtue,and intelligenceof
Are connUntly receiving per uteamert ( would require 4,0,0 I the next til., !To Congress alone be.- ..,..
most complete ,
.York rocrrieg, the Urgeit in this city.and I ; de for
N. B.-Order* l>y mail aceompanied with ace the vanquished. This
tance.promptly filled,lowest market priref farms, and sell it to the high cided by the Supreme of the United

..Augntt 12 I ; I think it, including town prop- States in the Dorr case Cur,! Howa 42.The S
na. average at least $10 per acre.- ay, "Under this c ..
.III.LET1' JOH5 FLANSKET. K. W. Cur nti.
Let that
L. J. tiriJLMAllTIN CO., produce $3,5,0,00. (the 4th) it rests with Congress to decide -
follows, what : the established one
GENERAL amPPIXG, ; I 800,000,000 in six per cent gov- in State;gCTemmenti States guarantee

.()MISSION AND FORWARDING and add the interests semi-an- to 3 each a republican form of "
No. 148 Bay: Street, pension of those who have be-
&9. But we know how.difficult it i: .a
S Ojfwte tAt i\ty Hotel, Savanna, GtCTrgia.I'.r by this villainous war. majority of Congress to overcome preconceived -
cular attention given to procuring $200,000,000 to pay the opinions. B before Congress -
hung ordert for hard pine timber and lumber \ to loyal men, North or South meets, things be idt
wool, hide!, .c. lm wi jnaugrted-preip
itated-it will still
residue; being $3,00,0,0 rect. If can bel'ound .
-t IRT EBWI3T. CHA8. P. a majority Congress
payment of the j wise and firm enough to declare the Confederate :.
The National Debt. States 3 conquered enemy, reconstruCtion I

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ; debt is estimated at from three to 1 will be easy and legitimate, and the .

BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, of dolars In my judgment, friends freedom will long rule in the councils .
12 the pension capital of the nation. I restoration prevails theprospectis '
August reach more than four billions. gloomy, and "new lords will .

CALDTVELL & MORRIS, at six cent only make new laws. The Union party will b ,-

( more)pr ... .. ..$240,0,0 overwhelmed. The copperhead pay ):'.
SUCCESSORS TO BREWER &; ; [ expenses of our become extinct with secession. with ':

COTTON FACTORS AND GENEBXL are. .._. _. . 120,0,0 secession it will revive.'* Under"restoration"every
MERCHANTS, the extraordinary rebel State\i'd rebels'.to' Con-

of our army and navy gress, and }, i allies intheNorth, ;

20 Old SUp, New York. ; . . .'. . .. 10,0,0 will control Cones will occupy .the'
... B. CALDWELL. I B. C. HOKKIS. ] White House. Then restoration of laws and

.. .. .. .. .. .$470,0.0 ancient constitutions will be sure to folmv.
AuguBt5 and seventy miions' our public debt will be:repudiated,. -

1\)1. B. JACX&OK. L. ? Our present
JACKSON A WARROCK, years, produce but little I people be crushed beneatliheayyburin., .' ,
half that sum. Can our people Betel to Fatf the Dttt. '
their present taxation "t lie who Let us forget all parties and build on ',the -'
JACKSONVILLE FLA.CONSIGNMENTS ; causes it will be accursed from broad platform of"reconstructing" the governmcnt - to generation. It is fashionable out of the conquered territory converted -

onl attention given to forwarding ; public debt, lest the people into new and free States and admittedinto
and Cotton. alarmed, and political parties the Union by the sovereignpower of ;

Aug. 15-tt I have never found it wise to Congress, with anotherplank-"The proper _
--- -- -------- ---- .
people. They can always b ty of the rebels shall pay our tonl debt,
Oil A. FAJKCniLD. I. A. : the truth. Capitalists will and indemnify freedmen'and loyal uferer ..
FAIRCHILD A ROBIXSOX ; for they cannot be lecired.- and that under no circumstances will l '

DEALERS IN: the people, and you fer the national debt to be.repudiated, or the .

GENERAL MERCHANDISE DRY Deceive them, and lead them interest scaled blow thecntrct!; rates;.nor .. .
and you may; produce permit any rebel debt to be assumed
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ETC., by the nation." : .

Boy Sir ft. Jacksonville/ Fla. [ ] the poor Englishmen, whose na Young Men mutt. do the Work. ";
and burdensome taxation we have ,
ORDERS VROMPTLY ATTENDED I from our childhood. The debt Let all who approve othe princple rally

September 9 ) ; is jut about a much as ours w us Let'al oter go cpprheads'and
( ,) four But in effect ; will be the
B. B. biions
ties. Young m.n, duty on
as large ; but three per thi evolve you .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT .. The the Would to God, if only
current year fQ 1hnt.tht. >:c. J -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Oji OFFICE"c.Exchequer tells us the intert was still ithe prime"of life, migl you .
in th through the last battle
Ours, when all shall be funded, greatest
:!-]I;tt!/'>i Blcii.t, i' Proront (( double. Te plan we hava pro of freedme" .

Sept. 2 : -pay at three-fourth ot"our .

I balance could managed with Amemle Circular from the Freedm n*!tBureau.
.. P. (OOPCK. I taxation. I 5 .

Slre! been accident
A 1''F() UNISYS AT L.-\. ] having by prematurely pro
hear it said that
everywhere mulgated, it is recalled,.and the following '
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I cannot learned who killed it.- revising it in some particular, is .

( St "!I. ."allllHi,' m'I"J.t't"vtemwr '. i man: has pretended that Lin- substituted therefor : I.
9 : 8 noble in sentiment, WAR DEPARTMENT,BUREAU \
single slave. It expressly exclud FREEDMEN AND AB\ OFRGE. .

S FENCER, : operation all those within our WASHINGTON, Sept. 12, L- ) .
slave within of the rebel
possession, or in Tennessee,but 1. Circular No. 13, of July 28, 18G5, from
beyond our limits and beyond our this Bureau, and all portions of from
Will attend promptly to all cases before the! 1 declared free. So General Smith crlai
Courti at Jacksonnlle or Lake Citv.Aagnit this Bureau conflicting with proviion*
12 Canada by a proclamation The of this circular, are hereby .
I 1 did not pretend to abrogate the 2. This Bureau has rCindc. tractsof
of of the States. "Bestora-
any lands within the insurrectionary States as
:ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1 will leave the 'Union as it shall have been abandone or to which the
idea. I am aware that a United States title by
Will attend promptly to all btuinesg I and patriotic learn
confiscation sale otherwise and
<'bre. July gentcmannd or or ; no
1 )Ir.Bancrof attempted to such lands now in its possession shall be surrendered -

T. T. J4ONG freom undoubtedly gounds.- to aDJcaimant except as hereinafter .
of freedom did not free a slave, 3. Abandoned lands defined section
LAKE: CITY FLA. them on feudal principles. of the act of Congress approved July 2, .
July 22.-6mp. : 186
feudal when
system a king con- lands the lawful owner
a shal
Practice .f Medicine and ,; enemy, he parceled out his lands voluntarily absent therefrom and engge
subjects among his chief re- either in arms or otherwise
lands anJ serfs were held on
[J him professional service to the citizens ; couraging the rebellion. .
sonville and vicinity. of fealty and rendering military 4. Land will not be regarded confiscated.
Oct and ruomi (for the preaent) at A. A ruird. If the subordinate until it has been condemned and sold by decree .
residence corner bay and Washington itre<: .
the condition
brke on of the States-Court for the district -
k e may be found at all times except when Unie
ally engaged. held them, and the lands and serfs in property may be found,
bept. a-3m. to the lord paramount. But and the title'thereto thus nested in the. United -
free the serfs. They, with the ma- States. 5 .
flROFESSIONAL-DR. M. J. ) ; bestowed on other favorites. But 5. Upon its appearing satisfactorily to imnyAssistant
Itenders hit aenricea aa Physician and fails in another important Commissioner that
the people Jacksonville and unrounding re any property
Particular attention will be given to disease American slaveholder does not und'.r his control is "hot ,abandoned as above

and children. Office at lila residence, of any grant from any lord defined,.and that the.United States, ,has ac-
ayth and Hogtn-streeu. Sin -least of all by a grant from the quired no title to it by confiscation, sale or

Slavery exists by no otherwise, he 'will formally 'surrender it to
Medical Notice.nit. Union, but simply by local laws the authorized claimant or claimantspromptly -
.A. R. BALDWIN will resume the
of the States. Rebellion
his action to the
U profession all 1U department Ilia reporting Commsoner.
residence II the first boose west of Mr*. authority is a breach of no con- .istt Commissioners prepare .
Boarding House.J&cksonvtile their tenure. It were more anala- accurte of :'all confiscated and
,July 22-tf that rebellion against a State un abandoned lands under .their control,'keep-

TUTEDICAL NOTICE. DR. E.S. la\v they held might work a for- ing a record thereof themselves and forwarding ,

Jill Physician and Surgeon, late of San } But rebellion against neither gov monthly,to the Commissioner cpie of
California,may be consulted at his office at would per te have any such effect these descriptions in the manner 'precrbed
nail's ilantian Jlotue,or at the Drug Store would the lord paramount again in circular No 10, of July 11, '

Jones.Jane 2Ub-tf. slaves] 1 The theory is plausible, Bureau. They will set apart s 18 of Sid,.. .
solid foundation.
lands as is necessary for the immediate u .
j. D. tP1IIOY.HURGEON i the &ed of Rebellion. the loyal refugees and frecdmen, being care- f
: ful to select for this those lands
says to the rebel States,"Be.
JACKSONVILLE FL.A.REnUJIca"Pennehania .. J participate in the which most clearly fall the:control of
College of abolish slavery and reform government your this Bureau, which.selection must be submitted .
gery'*and fire yean practice. \ 1 ." That is the command of a I to the Cummissioncr for his approval., .
JnasMth-Itptf. [ The specific division of lands .so, seLupart
S__ That is reconstruction, not res ,.
] '
reconstruction, too, by assuming into lots, and the recital or sale there; ac- S
JIIIX SEAT'FOR MALE. of This theory will cording section 4 of the law etblSng

THE subscriber offers at private sale a Conge Nor can the con- the Bureau, will be completed asK/' f.
I lor a mill she,situate on the St. I amendment practicable reported, to.the Commission-. .
abolishing slavery ev, .
Yellow Bluff. For particulars apply to .
three-fourths of the States ere .
B. V. by S S .
Dacuerrean Saloon, BajStreet. States to be counted. Bogus con- 7. Ab ndonl'iands held by this Bureau'

SeI4emhei9-2wp S of those States may vote for it; but may be restored owners pardoned by thet<>

n honestly and fairly elected President,by the Assistant. Commisione *,/: ';
to whom "applicationor s restoration
do it. The frauds will not perma- i h ',
SUBSCRIBER OFFERS AT should be forwarded so far' 'a /.
THE practicable/
cause rest :
Steam Grid Mill of tea horse power Te ofib'rty mut
the of the districts '
'running order situate in Lake City. It goycrment through superintendents
running every Friday and Saturday. Virginia; Louisiana, in which the lands:were* situated. 'Ec application -' -
D. L. ] td Arkansas pretences(, will be 1ls- must be accompanied ? \]- .>
N. B. If not sold before,it win be offered dis "
ale on Friday September 22. ,: I by ,iho sober sense of the people by dencofspecial pardo'.1' the P dent or .
August 1-p ; and by the courts. "Restoration a cony1 of the-oath of rtnesty prcn"e h :
eo the : : ,!
the 1' of rebellion, which Pridet'sprlalatlonof !; 18J
FOB HALE. next quarter of n century will ger when thoapplicuntis: nqt; iuclmledin (,J
& GOOD Steam Saw sod GriM Mill, 28 I. produce the fcamc )bloody strife the classes therein cxcepted from,tUe beeft ,
in complete running order. Any ended. of said.oath. ; second,'proof'of title, .
purchase can see the mill at station No. just the Bureau whom the application f:
tavannsb, Albany and Gulf Railroad. Should be through
a Republic ( '
For farther particulars apply I J1vi. pas "m endorse thereon such facts as may-
toWM.. F. !! South is ever to be made a safe re 'assist the Assistant Commissioner. in his decision -'

Xo. 0, Pen.and S Geo. tt. her lands be cultivated by the toil ,stating'fn: de by. the.
,. ,or the free labor of intelligent Bureau oftbe : .

MACHINE SHOP AND: This must be done even thougl it 8. No lands under'Cultivation by loyal 're5fugees

into exile. If will -restoredunder... >
subscriber baring located In nobitf go, or freemen
TEE .o execute any order In be hard to persuade the; this clc the crops. now growing ,,
luMiiieM,,'ith nettnets and despatch. ; ten thousand acres of land, who shall besccured for tho benefit of the cnltK .:
P. IOHN ; coach and four, he isnot degrad vators, unless full and justcompensation: be ..
S.-A floe OrUt Mill la attached to '
In ruunlDg order wutejj. wUl. be griodinf.. at the same table, or in the same male for their labor and its products and for,
da y. S the embrowned and ..hard.hande .hei expenditures., :, S. :'J J
e has himself .O. HOWARD,'M rG n.: Comis'er. -..
JOB PRINTINC 1 ; \ homestead of one hundred fifty ANDREW JOHNSON, -

NEATLY EXECUTED AT THTP I i : Thi subdivision of the nnc will President of the United States.k '.:
In.I thft rlht. hp/.r





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South, what Moses was to, the Hebrews; as it sugar and corn, and perhaps no nee, what I NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. onioern of Ute Fre Imen*, Bnrean I The Collection ofTaxci In the Southern; ,

i Ite JJACKBOHVnXE.ridn ui u. be"the I the Associated PTWB.. ,. in the Southern- Stte I I _. ,States.Tniygr .. i
Is he alone, who occupies the position aiioT -wl condition thirpcoplc Florida --- 'TMi'p8tche8 to -- *-'folIowingonlcrT3; t published"today! t ; : .- --"-' -. J

has he power to guide them through the mmngination[ shrinks from the contemphiI I WASHINGTON', Friday Sept. 1 l. WAR DEP.\BTMr.NT, ) I ; mr! .:DEPARTMENT: r 'Sept. 1Si8. !(

ion ofpuch a of :I TREASURY AFFAIRS. Kcfugecf. Freedmen and Aban'd Lad* In thC*ircifla? faucrlby 'tt1)eiartment .
SEPT. 301865.. wilderness of political disaster which encompasses state 11":1 'J" .
: thing 1865.
___ 19. on June 21 1
-- 1 of the Treasury has issueda .lhigtot. Spt. 18i, rtfcrencea made to tl
therefore should the TIle Secrtnr The named officers are announced 'e !
them. By provision
Columbia Nominations to Collectors of Customs folowing in of the
: J. r. BTICDraY. Editor and Proprittor. County r leter of the Bureau tion.G Internal ;
South stand in undivided phalanx and hold It W.sist Revenue Act OfJtmn 20. 18GI
cutters. _
Wcleara thatata Mass "Meeting of''tlievofcrspf charge 9f revenue says,, confer.
Allo 1&" Editor. ., i laving of :forth r set opposite their ing upon' the Secretary of the
8TZELE The'wiom
= up his arm while he conquors rf eg. : Columbia\ County- held, .: other tlnk";the requirements the names": : pch.ely i Treasury
I crltwnary regard
of his attracts to it the honest Hoi recentj- lafr will not ,by merely speaking General l R. Saxton for Georgia totheasse..ment
policy the ). T.'T.'LoKG. : and *, !..iripbming vessels ,they must be boarded and' Brevet Major levy, timc and manner of colecton of
THE and of the.North who, and South Carolina, Charleston, South in the States in tx
intelligent masses were nominated, as fitting men to actually examined, manifest certified, copyreceived 1 lately insurrection.
While in some of the counties of the State reprsht' 0. ,. Carolina; "BruradierjGeneral Davis Tillson, Under the authority given
alike with him, comprehend that the people that County in the State .*. and hatches fastened. If on such bv that so "
Commissioner for cion
have been held and nomina- Conynto l' Acting Assistant Georgia, it was then stated that Department:
meetings "examination there ofsuspiclontliat .
public be-just
of the South citizens of the United tgro\DI '
arc States the people of that County updri' reporting to r General R. Sax- in degree thin wit.out
congratulate any
I the contains dutiable) goods not on Breve".AIj wnfg rights of
tions made for delegates to the State Convention \ssl .
bfhe BrO race-linked In'nn inevitable having the opportunity of placing gentlemen the manifest and designed to be smuggledinto I ton. at AugU grr ; Brigadier General! in regard to tasos: hereunto

the voters of Duval have felt no dispo- C. B. Fisk for Kentucky and Tennessee, at would insist
not r
of the ) at .
and honor
with the interests present
destiny of such worth and acknowledged abilities, the United States, a coniwissionedollicerofthc upon their
M\ionto go through the needless forms of a that I' or if one be not :available,n pet. Nnshulle! Tennessee; Brigadier General 1 payment so for as they wenpayable! prior .
be to
North and cannot destroyed Conven
they as, doubtless, they will do-in the cuter \V. Sprgne. for MNsouri and Arkansas, at the establishment of a t
regular party-nomination, since they recognize officer the cutter, will be placed onboard I. colection district "*
ty -
debased without vi ally stabbing their has been -St.-ouiMissonri i Wager in
nor the Brigadier
Judge'NraLACK; alway of the vessel l, to remain with her till 1 ; Genel : bracing territory L the tar-naver
the existence of but and
one party ; up- interests and their Nestor of Swayno, for Alabama, at Alabama resided. It was further provided
own tarnishing own glory. that County; Judge LOXG, she arrives at her destination. These dutiesare Iontgom that manu

on comparing sentiments, discover that there The Southern States, thus fortified, have the though comparatively a young citizen of the temperative, and a faithful performance: I ; lrcnt Brigadier Texas. )1 Gregory O.- I factured articles found in the hand a.pur-
is wonderful of that I The I fo at Galveston, ; I cha>cr, which were
a concurrence opinion : of them will be riorouslyexactcll. regulations satisfactorily \ to
the Hon. ELL. BUBRTTT is the man for the way opened before them through which they County has always proven to be invincible are modified so as to forbid the Brown, for Virginia, at Richmond, Virginia;,: have passed from! the before the

can enter into the possession of ci government before the people. The nomination of these the deversion ot the cutters, under any circumstances CoI R. Whittlesy, for North Carolina, at establishment of the district, i>hould not be

place. Though quiet the stream of interest passing in with honor, still possessedof gentlemen, by a "ma! meeting," is of coursean o on any pretext whatever, !gli, orh Carolina;Col. Samuel Thomas, subject to tax, unless trnsportt beyond the
has been flowing, as regards the character of for Mississippi i at VScksbunr, Mississippi; limits of the. State : insurrection..
from the service, by the authority I l ;x0
except express
share with of
large sovereignty, co-equals evidence the confidence of those who Brevet Colonel Geo. Osbom For Florida at
the Convention,yet it has been none the less of the Department One of tic objects i, I exception Wai then made in favor or articles
deep on that account other States and not as spaniels,whining and made it, equivalent to an election. Both the of this modification is to prevent the j I, Florida; Rev. J. W. Conway, for. I which had remained in the possession of the
submissive to the threats of base and implacable gentlemen are too well and too favorably from being used for mere pleasure exI I Louisiana, at New Orleans, Louisiana. L manufacturer, and thus become liable to the
That the Convention should be composed cutter O. O. HO WARD,Major General. tax imposed! by the existing law.:
foes. known to the people of Columbia to meet cursions. In addition to the duties specially
gentleman of the highest order of abilities, 4 devolved upon the cutters by law, of boarding 1 Commisioner. The Department, preferring to test the
defeat at the hands of opponent, if in-
of moral character and good standing ; of THE FREEDMAN AS A LABORER. any in-coming vessels and certifying .1 an ------ .. prctcalyorkingg of the tegulations before

sound conservative character, and an integrity There is no subject, now agitating the public deed, opposition be offered. fests, they will be required to mantain: aj I ;;laprociIIenls at the C'nrpltol. power of modification in this
.-. surveillance of the cost lying within I j important particular representations since
i of principle that is known to be unquestionable mind, that involves a graver interest than DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION their general respective cruising limits, with the view ,. Tim'Washington correspondent of the made relative to the hardships of this discrimination .- .

1 and unapproachable by outside influences I the best mode of employing and directing WITH NEW YORK. of preventing the unauthorized landing of 1 T: Portland: Daily Press thus describes recent between manufacturer and purchaser -

is patent; and that kidge BUBBITT the labor of the freedman, that it may be- The fine new propeller Delaware, Capt. foreign merchandise, and the evasion of im"iport i I improvements in the Capitol, at Washington have been corroborated by careful in-

alike the and Bearsc, arrived at this port last Monday, duties. When cutters are suppledwih i I ton quiad,induce the conviction that a further -
to :
I fills the bill admirably, seems to be the common come advantageous_ country exemption is justifiable and advisable.
both sails and steam they
opinion of the people of Duval. to himself. In the present status of the having Ie1 New York on 74th inst.. She rely upon the former power, and use the 1 i "On the 18th September, 1793, General It is found considerable quantities ofmanufactured

feel assured that there met slight accident to her boiler when : Washington laid the corner-stone of the Cap products have been retained
We do not know that Judge BUKRITT desires wuntr we can scarce- later as a propelling power only on emergences -!j

the position, as he has been absent for ly be found a planter, but who will gladly retain Savannah,and was obliged to be towed into when it may bo necessary to increase :,I i I mutations itol.: The since edifice then has, having passed through been partially various :I safest by the mode manufacturer of in 1m: ow'n hands a the
of the vessel to some I investing his property until
several weeks, but the fact that he has not former slave he possessed, on his that port for repairs, which necessarily detained important and definite object.accomplish This is re- I j i built, then sacked and burned, s far as it Il j ji : the return of peace; that this retention was

sought it, constitutes one of his best qualifications plantation, give him a fair compensation for her some days. quired as a measure of economy. !i j l was combustible, then rebuilt and furnished; 1 determine\ on and carried qut without the
The "Delaware" is the pioneer vsssel, ofa ,I and now in l later years s enlarged and re-I j knowledge or
1 for the man who does not seek for his labor, and in all matters render him justice I opportunity >fknowlegeofbe
COUNTERFEIT INTEREST NOTE. j i modelled as to change essentially its archi-! law subjecting this
line about to be established
blended with kindness the condi- weekly by prpery bev ta
place, generally possesses those higher attri- upon A dangerous counterfeit was received at !i I tectural characterandobhiteratethe original | tion on sale, and a large part manufactures -

butes character and intellect,which qualifyhim tions that he will remain with him and per- W. C. Gcodspced, Esq:, of New York, to run the Treasury, to-day, of hundred dollar i\\l design. Only now at length, when our polit-j so retained, having been much deteriorated -

to shed lustre upon the place to ,which form honest labor. The experiments that regularly between that port and Jacksonville, compound interest note bearing date May I I j I ical institutions seem grounding themselvesmore i j jI in value by the lapse of time,and
should the meet with sufficient is better executed than I fully than ever before upon the everlasting ]1 want of attention wpuld l
the discerning judgment of his fellow citizens have been made, this summer, with the free enterprise 1)5, IbGo.! It much | of prpper not now >l
counterfeit heretofore presented, and requires -: and immovable principles justice I for a sum equal to the tax.
maycall him. For ourselves we feel assured labor system upon the plantations, and in encouragement S some scrutiny for its detection. Both I and right, and s approximating assured stability .A state of things so destructive to the usefulness -

that the true interests and honor of the other branches of industry- and enterprise, The "Delaware" sails for New York direct the face and back are printed in paler ink and permanence, is the Capitol at last I of property and to the prosperity of

people Duval can be confided to no safer have not been encouraging to planters, and some time to-day, and will be followed than the genuine, and on careful examination, approaching completion. I'I the manufacturing,classes i is as aver to the

next week by the"D.H. Mount," a somewhat the lettering on the face appears dc ctive. THE DOME. integrity of tho government as to. t of thecommunity.
look with gloom the future with t
custodian, none able for the special they upon ,
s larger and more pretentious craft, which Brokers, bankers and others should compare "Tho dome, its grandest feature, is now I For these reason it hereby
work desired, a the gentleman indicated ; their immense capital in lands and stock was to have left New York and the offerings with the genuine before accept- finished externally, and stands in its grace ordered that all artcC in whatsoever hand

and knowing his character, we believe he lying idle and unprofitable upon their hands. Wednesday, them. No other denomination than $100 ful majesty. against the sky, a monument of found, -which to the
may be expected to arrive here early in the interest notes has been tion of the have been manufac-
yet assessor to
will obey the voice of his fellow citizens and The contract system, in its practical opera compound I modern architectural skill. So symetrical
tions has to be one-sided affair for coming week. Mr. F. Diuble is the agent of counterfeited, and al the compound interest j and beautiful i is it, that you hardly realize its tured before the establishment of the district,
proven a ,
i represent them nobly. I notes can, therefore, betaken shall be held free from the
the proprietors at Jacksonville, and his well except magnitude! ; but when you climb its giddy I present assess
.- the negro,not fully comprehending the moral without special examination. One of height and clamber among the network of'I ment or collection of tax, unless trnspore

JOHNSON. obligations of a contract, has declined to fill known energy and enterprise will be a suffi these counterfeits was sent from New-York iron bars and beams between its outer and beyond the limits of the States ltely

PBEIDE' his part whenever it suited his fancy, and, cent guarantee to the proprietor and the and the other from Philadelphia. inner shells, you are not surprised to learn surrection.
Elsewhere we publish the remarks of our that thousand tons of iron and million I Manufacturers articles liable seizure
public, that their interests will be duly cared OF nE II one t
noble President, delivered to a body of influential often, at junctures when seriously affecting MOVEMENTS ERnow.t. I of dollars have been used in its erection.The for want of. inspection marks will present to.
Southern gentleman who prompted the interests of the other contracting party. for at this end of the route. Th& advantages Generlloward will leave to-morrowolia I great fresco that is to ornament the up- I the assessor evidence that such articles were
of this line to our business men and to the in Virginia, to examine into manufactured
I(We know several enterprises in the log- per section of its interior surface, forming the prior to the establishment of
by their respect and admiration for the course of Florida the condition of the freedmen and the operations I of the I the district,:and the if satisfied
had be discontinued entire people are too obvious to vaulted!1 ceiling over the ceptr rotunda, assessor willcause
business which have to
pursued by the Chief Executive,made a for- ging need of the freedmen's bureau in that lone hundred and eighty-six feet above the such articles to be so marked as to
pointing b
mal call upon bun, to make manifestation of on this account, and because the negro out State. Dining next month he contemplates thor, i is now progressing in the hand of)Ir. identified and Fold without-liability to

their their would.not work contracting to do.- Oar Fall Trade-Immense Activity.We making a complete tour of all the Southern Con-tumino Brumidi. r. !I :
tj regards before taking, departure States, for the purpose e of ascertaining whether -;, All articles beyond the limits rot
Conversations with many planters from the publish this an interesting account FORTICOES.I transported
r. from Washington. That this demonstration morning the new relations between the TIE the States lately in insurrection will
interior, have given a uniform confirmationto of the commercial activity by which and employers are sufficiently established to I "Tin- ease in porticoes of both extensions subject to the tax due under the b
struck a chord in the President's heart, I law
deep the of the Fall in this I i
the disregard for contracts, and opening season city admit curtailing the operations of the bu I are now completed, except a few blocks yet at the time they were manufactured.H.McCULLOCII .
is manifest from the subdued tone of feeling nego's has been thus far marked. It to be '
4 seems
reau. The freedmen's bureau was designed j to be added to the one upon the Souther : of the .
the of labor of Sec'ry Tres'y.JEFF.
which i seen struggling in his utterance. A great'
Southerner by birth and education self- him.Now fears and expectations of very many- persons, to( adjus the difficulties arising between the I i i tympanum: of this portico, moreover has not -------.---

made I all this has its foundation in peculiar I our merchants are selling goods ot all kindsin and their late masters under the j I yet rtceived any biatuary like those groups\ DAViS.Ills .
from and obscurity .
man, emerging poverty i circumstances and the well charac-I quantities values far beyond those of new order of affairs; and when it shall be ( which form pleasing: a fetur of its ,fellow -
under the operations of her institutions -! l ow any other season. I was universally understood found that these two classes work harmoniously -( Both are supported by double rows I Sew Quarters in Carol Hal!.
and ter,to the Southern man, of the negro. Having of course, as the South had been i and that
who haa been elevated t{ placesof the necessity for the bureau wIl cease of Corinthian columns, present,now Tim
distinction in her palmy days-he fully been born in sla'er and having grown swept bare of everything conduce to com to exist and i wiIJe discontinued, it IS I they are completed, a fronfof rare' magnificence. Inquirer Fortress Monroe corre poadant of the Philadelphia -

up-in ignorance, he still ever had his aspirations for and had been for years excluded 'I understood de-sire of the Presidunt I Four more porticoes smaller than says : -
comprehends the character of his countrymen.He from markets of all kinds, they would need "With the intense sultry: weather of September the
Howard columns
these be
that such an inspection as General and to supported by single ,
for freedom which him has been
knows that there is nothing mean, I to ever large quantities goods in every departmentto is about entering upon shall be made( to as- yet rciu-iiu: to be b1Iiz : one on the northern casemate. m which DavU has been hitherto confined tus

snceking, or double-faced in their character; I I a Syren dream of idle Ll 8. When at last it I supply their immediate necessities. Butit certain definitely the actual condition of affairs -i j and another end or face become very Samp, the condensed vapor trickling from

that when foes they are open and bold, and burst suddenly upon him, it is not wonderful I was also assumed they had no money, and between the freedmen and employers of of the Capitol, and are on the western front wall and cein:: Ia this condition fie: ca mate certainly -
that he became exultant over his new that as immense quantities of their cotton the South, which will determine whether of each! extension. The amount of marble became damp and nuheathy.' General Miles
when friends honest and loyal. Inheriting that I pos-I had been burned or otherwise wasted, during -I the bureau shall be maintained or llcontil-I :already used in these works is truly astonishing and Dr. Craven at once laid the state oLe case before

character himself, it i with him the stan sessions,and ffIt an uncontrolable desire to I the war, they A\ouldlaave no means, of ucd. aid still; the Capitol l is musical with thedhlk the War. Deifcijtment t aud received prompt permission

dard judgement applied to others; and, measure it, in all its heighth, and depth and !! paying for goods to any considerable extent Jugc Bigham and a delegation of Georgians I I of t hammer and chiel.: while huge t confine the(rch traitor iu heokhy and comfortable

by virtue of these qualities, he understands breadth. Added to this, the support he got :! But this proves to have been a great mis1tal I had an interview with Secretary Ilarlan t block-on every hand assuming ; 'I arters. Oneof t.e mos: comforac! rooms in the
c. Southern merchants and traders are !I on Saturday for the laudable purpose of obtaining the krni. of pedestal and base, shall and Fortress ba-bn chosen.
F' how it i that the secessionists of yesterday from government, and the vain hopes, which j here in great number, and tleJ. come prepared -.I copies United tat laws l'Lucttlj capitol. frieze and cornice. The time neces- ".\:yet Davjj know* nothing of the pleasant changeof
a it were, after taking the Amnesty Oath, i from some cause he had imbibed, that gov- not only to make purchasers of ,during the insurrection.VASIUNGTON. ; sar\ complete! the exterior of the Capitol prison'ia store for Li. Wit taking his
ernment intended to him lands and : goods, and pay for them, but also to pay I will )1 l the force this waG
may b trusted with any of the functions of a give an I I e course,uepend upon emI aftcr\o a :tl.o parapttR aud along the shaded
their debts contracted before
outfit for life lie felt that largely on the ployed. .At past rates ot" two, or gravel walks of the *", thefarnhnre of the
good citizen. It 1 this high confidence that commencing to la- war. It was supposed] that if they should \ Sept. 2O, 1SG. j I progress f.rtf case
three be than be
| hardly more mate lately occBjned hia ,vrll
uy be
he places in Southern character, that deter- bor a he had heretofore done, was no Ion-I should ever made their appearance in our I l SHIPMENT OF c"D AMMl'NITION INTO ': cnn sufllcient. vlarwi removed the
room argued fo h;'fcr.ure nt*. in Carrol Hall, and
mined his course in Mississippi, in the con- ger his heritage. Thus he was lead to wan markets again it would be to begolTfromold I' TiE HOUTHEP.N HTVTKS. i it I THE LIIJKAKY.I the conduiioa of hU dlmal3Ik: this afternoon, Jef-l
but the
filet between her Provisional Governor, and der forth in search of that Elysium, which a indebtedness;- on contrary, they The following circular, modifying former | fersjn will b conduete I to the second story of
come, cash in hand, to pay their old debts :, extensive cnlargnieut of the Con- Carl
the military authorities stationed there, and little experience in bufletting with the worldis and open new accounts. New Orleans, Savannah restrictions, has been issued to Collectors of,i f: VPry Library. is now in progress. A Hall, southeast o.m. and wh-j.i: wth it* pleasant

caused him t sustain the Governor in his fast teaching him is not attainable and Mobile arc reported as likely to Customs: 1 f nuinbtr of small rooms adjacent to the Library confines he wIB; doubtleod: oiler n?I prayer of thanksgiving -

purpose organize the militia for police He begins to realize the truth that is I pay seventy-five cents on the dollar of their TUIASCUY Ihp.mnlT, >{ | formerly used for the meeting of the for hit captors,jlior and vanquisher*; and the
D. C. -
i 13
t Washington, ) loGo.l )
old obligations Charleston &c. The et i Christian pseudo e PreHeat may likewise ruminateover
I forty, j committees and for other being :
functions and which stands in noble con- upon and not upon government, that SIR The circular of the 1st instant reht- purposes, are -
; himslf ; the he
fact that this is done proves conclusively that I : demolished, as to form two quarters so charitably provided for United
trast with that contemptible spirit oppresion he depend for the daily bread for himself I I tive to the shipment of guns and ammunition s !spacious States officers at
in spite of the rigid measures taken by the inrurreci i halls: } one ou the North and the other on the and at C.Inmb. S. C and for
into States heretofore
which men of low degree manifest now towards and family.) Note that large meeting of I I rebel government to drag all t1 resources of tion is hereby so far modified declared that in will !\,. outh of the library room, and connected the soldiers of Jh. I nion at Belle. Isle, Salisbury, Mil-

the South. negroes in Mobile, an account of which we I I the people into the war, they were only par- hereafter permits, without you reference 1 with i ii; so as to form two L's. The apartment len and that sJonym for Tophet. .Andersonville ; that
tially successful, and that large amounts of grant any : pleai-int: Hall will
: in last from the Mobile Adrer-I\I I this nt present occupied by the library i is ninety rom Crl be :coal of fire on
r President Johnson entered the copied, our to department, for the i
; upon coin hoarded and for future :shipment the hi-ad of ihc
were kept con i feet in by thirty-three in width, and m.-uter spirit of the late rebellion.

.. weight responsibilities of his office at a time,.. tier, when nine hundred freedmen, satisfied I It tin cencics. of in sporting reasonable guns and amount ammunition and also therefor blast-!!i i the new len.rtl rooms are of the same width, and "Carrol Hal j,an oblong brick building, of two

such peculiar circumstances as in-. with the lessons they had learned while battling As a natural consequence of this paymentof ing any powder for You will nearly as long. Since, however, they '.i stories and au in height.i I I painted a bright

Test it with severer tests upon his' with the world, with their freedom old debts, Southerners in our market haveno make weekly returns mining on purposes.the last day of i 1, contain three galleries, whereas the old part yellow. Its peojud roof aad : chimney* are visibleaboveiherampirwof

patriotism and abilities than, in our judge uninfluenced by naught but the instincts of; facilities difficulty for the in renewal obtaining of their all business.-reasonable each week of the several applications granted I:I'!. has: but two, they will each be about equal tbe for.anl'tie intensely ear
to it iu capacity. The new rooms are to be oas now without:
may aej; p.iss or military permit the
ment, ever devolved upon any of his illustrious their own interest, they determined, in mass Most of their new purchases however, arc dences by you of the, showing consignors the an names J consignees and re the:- ,1 finished in all respects like the other, that is I i roof under whi h Jeff. DavU 1 U held la tluresi.

predecessors. President Lincoln had to go back to their old masters on the plantations for cash. amount and character of the powder, shot; I I| to say. iu rick and tasteful style; and perfectly "The hal was built with the fo.-tress as a residence
The with which old 1
been basely assassinated; the war had just and again engage in honest labor.So .- promptness relations the North the and South commercial and lead shipped, which niut be stated in t tre-prool The iron shelves and other for 01'Cli thcgwriion. Nearly every ODe of the

terminated, a sudden change between the we believe, in a brief time,it will be everywhere have been resumed. offers most favorable i pounds, kegs, bags or casks. It is designed i for: their, necessary intended to fit these, are spacious to be furnished halls :I officers cf the- regular any, before thi rebellion,
I that these shipments shall in no case exceed j purpose have at one or aqoiher time resided under the roof ofCa.rlla.
master and his former slave had been effected throughout the South; and this spirit augury of the speedy restoration of peace { by the architectural iron-works of New '
what may in your judgment be to i. Grant once lireil here then
necessary fee
with what disastrous results could should be and prosperity to the whole country. Commerce The north room is to be finished : was a
not encouraged by planters wherever meet the ordinary wants of the York lieutenant of -.
b ,
country. Tecunueh
is the solvent of hatreds. It \1; ac-I arLi< S. .i. She
grand cording to contract the first of
y foreseen but much evil it is found and endeavors other by I
was expected ; a large to awaken it shouldbe will do far more than bayonets c martiallaw applications you will refuse. I and the south by the first of July, 18G6. The when he was a captain of infantry; Dave Hunter and

body armed men had t be disposed of, made where it lies dormant. toward obliterating all resentment be- 'Vtl great respect, t I cot of the enlargement estimated to be I I I Stoneman, and the reaegudes Robert E Lee and Jos.

and turned loose, a it were"on society; the Taking a rational view of the state of the tween the two sections, and giving us an > I. )[CCcl.Lcn, \ lGOtO. When i the librxry will E Johnston. A'l; .have spent many hours unde'te.
of the complete
of and cordial clary Treasury. rOok of Carrot HaiL And now it U the
success of the federal arms, renewed the country, at the time of his liberation, and the era kindly feeling cooperation, occupy entire of the western pr hou
bit which, in consequence of we never front him who wou4 have subverted the liberties of the republic '
f slavcr of the Old Capitol, will contain 150,000
animosities of sudden hour in which freedom .
te diabolical Northern was bestowed yet have known.-New *, 16th inst. The Secretary of the Treasury has issued a volumes, and will be worthy of our capitol ,aided by the very men who on this ground -

fanatict, who became eager to get the ear ofthe upon him; considering his untutored mind, -0 circular letter t. the customs collectors, requiring and nation. The enlargement is going forward I were tr.ie1 to'a, rrCSifl thlt demanded of them,

President, that the South, not only being the freedman's conduct has been better than SALE LOCOMOTIVES.-For some days a more rigid compliance with the I upon plans made by Mr. T. L. Waitors -I as men, to lay do)VU tdl Ii\es. i necessary,that the
past the officers of the Government have been revenue laws on the of the commandersof republic might lit
what to have been part late Capitol architect. e.
conquered, must also be debased all was excitement was fairly expected of him.
; engaged in selling off the railroad stock at the revenue cutters. It is not sufficient -.--0 "Carrol Hal i* a roomy bt.n Oa the first floor
and chaotic confusion. Even with evil suggestions to him, in many this place. A large number of locomotiveshave that the officers in question should merely The Montgomery (Ala.) Mail has are fourteen roms, with a large 'kitchen and .office.

f I such fcn hour, President Johnson placedhis instances, the far larger number of them have been sold at an average of about $15,0 speak incoming vessels; but they must board: IHI1l Mr. G. its late change, These rooms arq I ell large- and comfortable,and
I l.\xK
hand upon the helm of the ship of State, retained their inherited confidence and affection each. The Chattanooga railroad company and examine them, and anything suspicious di
and for their old took possession of their road yesterday is observed must remain on them till thus sets forth the platform on which it will Pennsylvania : On the
f the first impulse he gave her,proclaimed masters and mistresses, and morning. All the Government employees the point of destination is reached. Theyare l be conducted rooms, with :1 iery lecr -for ate twelve
a library and
hlmtobethemanfortheplace. have remained with them to secure the present on the road are to be disharge. The company also required, in addition to their duties, A cordial in the results of thu floor otkcrs' Xliuiuj i room. O

We confess not to have been well informedas crps. Why then should our planters be however, will many of them in to maintain a general surveillance of the I late war, so acquiesenc far as they affect a return to Da4 confined.The third floor i divided
its service. The far on the read has been coat, and the custom of using revenue .cut ancient lbir rooms with a sernt'dining T
to the political character and mental discouraged ? The free labor system has not relations with the Government The it north of
quaiUe reduced to five cents mile. NasJitiUeUnion. ters for is Feerl blltn'g the and quite near
per pleasure parties to be put a stop to. and the abolition of ::ort
of the President previous t the war, ben thoroughly tested yet, and surely that 'v, will be the the southern rampar.

I and, from the teeming poured should not be too hastily condemned that has p 1: Hpring of our exertions in of the '.Carrollal will now be circumvalUted with ,
vtuptio TIIE LINCOLN MONUMENT. The WASHINGTON, Sept. 13, 18G.j. commercial and political welfare of the people Bayonets will g -
upon hia character dug we feared not been well:tried.\ We believe what is field, Illinois, Monument Association- Spring-states TROOPS TO BE ENTIRELY WITIDR.\ FROM of.\labama. I will be our purpose to tramp through glaam corridors.OQ.1 staircases The and snte w .

that a CALIGULA held the destiny of the wanted is system'amV organization; conciliation that all the difficulties in regard to the location TIE SOUTH. support the Union, right or the second floor wiU'ever under southeast room on,

; South i his hands, and would not l to and perseverance1 (and confidence established of the monument to President Lincoln It is understood here that it is contcmplat- wrong; i right to keep her right, if wrong to _. b gaartt"
l ed by the President to set her : --
have been adjusted and the monument will be entirely withdraw the right +
crush her But this fear in the minds of theh edmcn that their
fore. was soon erected over the remains of Mr. Lincoln. troops from the South, in a short time, leaving II. preserve and maintain the Constitutional Oen. Vojr<
dispelled, when we saw the generous attitude old masters still feel kindly Awards them, About $40,000 have been raised far, which the States lately in rebellion to reorganize Union, it will be our effort to draw II l"

he took in the offer of pardon, through the are willing to overlook some of" heir wild have been invested in government 8 securities. on the basis of civil government, precisely together into a CONSERVATIVE. PART that During the past week this gentleman has

The as they stood before the late with element of our population which free from been at Port Iloyal,having.been relieved from
Amnesty Proclamation, and the and will receive them back, make city of Springfield has deeded to the As- war, the ,
with which obe vagrie sociation six acres of land, including the exception slavery. This policy is said to the Prccipitators ou the one hand, and the bis position 's commander' of the Eastern
care he kept aloof from and pay them a just compensation burial lot, and this be and have arisen through the good sense of the Radicals on the other, will restore the maj District of If'lOrida.l He returned to his

the mischievous mhaton of the Horace for their labor. adored s a to wi beautfe the Southern men themselves, in accepting the esty of States and avenge the violation of law family in Brooklyn, and has there,-rob bly

Greely, Charles Sumne and Wendell Phil We then respectfully suggest to the plan eye and gratifying to national pride. present position of affairs, as disclosed in the and await such action as Government may w.l
school of -_- -- --s. interview between President Johnson and a III. The support of our able and patriotic stitute respecting his future
t radicalism. The ters of the State, if be not advisable make operations
lp Pridet'ssp i t Workmen arc engaged in introducing Po considerable deputation of their leading men, Executive e, Gov. PARSONS, is the duty of every another column we publish order announcing -
the delegation of Southern gentle preparatory arrangements for the at the White House the citizens. hi
t assembling tomac water into the Executive Mansion ot'le1 day. Thus, good the relinqukhrnent of duties in Flori
for him, and i calculated to of a convention, to take into ,consideration running the water pipes from tho avenue, the late slave States will have hardly a sold- IV. The policy of President JOHNSON is da-an a ..bnblc modest and well-toned

strengthen the confidence and regard of the matters pertaining to the employment of the through the park in front of the building to ier left among them, save such as may berequired the only true solution of tho problem of restored paper. W' it to the attention of

the North portico, on each side of which to garrison the several ; and government to the States. our readers.
freedmen tilt
which been for
people simultaneously of
a cotton
h crop sugar, large fire-plugs will be placed for the protection these, as in the Xorher States, wile re- V. We shall contend with the great states IflmaayresUects Gen.Vogiles reminds us .
springing u all over the land. That rice, &c., for the next year. An interchange of the Mansion in case of fire. This AV tained in active only for purpose man of the Northwest, that this was intended of Gen. Grant,* His modesty has prevented (

he feelf a deep love for the South, and tat opinion, resulting in an uniform system of relieve the White House from the danger i of meeting any emergency that may arise by our fathers to be a government of white him from being properly appreciated. That "

he desires her prosperity' and hppie iseidt hire, and treatment of the freedman, we be- destruction by fire, which, in the absence of from the action of foreign Powers4 men, and will therefore oppose any amend he understand very thoroughly what step

: that he cannot made tool of Here would inspire his confidence; and ef proper water appliances has not I been insicri, to ment to the Federal in Constitution which look are necessaiy for the proper restoration
p. change the '
te nificant. The present basis of South
Quebec we well lIe
of the Montreal represen are that
heJ persecutors, i patnt from all that he for made to teach and instruct him as to .-____ _____ Gazete writes under correspondent date of Sept. 12: "Colo tation. The Anglo Saxon and tho Latin bear upon the assured/and great at !

has said and done sic assuming the Chief his interests,would doubtess! have a beneficial There arc indications that the present irresponsible arrived to-day en route for races must and shall remain domnat upon issue a philosophical and queton' .
Magistracy of the Influence. The intelligent planters of Flori method of administrating justice Europe, per steamer Pelt m, having as a this cntnent The suffrage is none who kno\v him can ( ) '
by the Freedmen's Bureau in Southern valet mulatto not necessary result of political thefr "
liberty. "By
a lately in the service 'of Ex- fruits them. will
Such a man-unquestionably endowed da, thus assembled, could soon the States, in all a and ; YCsha1mow!
wit arrange cases arising between negroes President DAVIS. Mr. JEWETT says there is prvicb" not a right, and being tins, Fiond.Iwi
mental power, and gt moral ofcharacteretands details of such a system as would be mutually and wbiteswill soon be modified or abolish no peace in the American Republic yet, 'and such it domestic policy whether show in tM end that the wisdom of

aii unyielding rock, advantageous to themselves and to the ed. At present the agent of the bureau in' that a great patriotic party is required to it should. not rather be rtrIced than extended .Vogdes,in 'adapting the population under -
district wields ,
I any an arbitrary power, from the difilculik's between North and his command to the new order of things, -
whlchkais foams
0 against and vain the : compos
i freemen which there lies little -' .
or -
no The South. Mr.
nppeal BEVERLY TUCKER and Gio. N. was manifest. ?i\f e hope'fo hint properly
.. r' maddened waves of fanaticism, to ML back, This is a. matter of great importance, and President is understood to un SANDERS, two well known Confederates,. arrived l\Do .-Ion. James M- Baker, of this apprriat'by those in power e and are anx-

broken and scattered at hb feet. i we respectfully urge it upon llanters With is limited usurpation of judicial authority, und , Gen. BltCKlJDGE": alter ,State,_formerly Confederates States congressman witesc day,when a recognition of ..

\ He is in some,wnse, t the people of the I I1 little or no cotton made next year; but little -Washington expected to order some needful changes. proceeding to Toronto, ; it is said, take was .pardoned ) o Spt his as aspidier and -scholar will 0
Corretponflenfe N. Y. HiraM. up hiR residence at Montreal. Prcid.ent fully acknowledged. ffitr.Santfi,511h,

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,'_ FLORIDA UNION [From the Quincy Commonwealth, Sepf., lG] I ment and your relation to the employer soon | mond, fully and thoroughly comprehendingand MARINE MST.POHT THE MARKETS. ,

THE Gov. Marvin's Speech to the Freed- \ enough. accepting the results of that struggle I OF JACKSONVILLE, SEPT. 27 1865. -o---3 'S
PIT.I.IMIUP KVKV PATUUDAY MOUNTNflj..K.STICKNEY. BY : lie hiiclhieai-dl1iat negro women did not I all their force and 8igifcanC nnd'1 one of 5- .j.jARWTALS. luOl"ID"rk C ,> ,I' Jj ..> _

u men. I intend to work in the field any more. This the most important, of slavery, i Flour,per bbl.......... ,, r414CO$1iee.:

I On Sunday afternoon )last,nt'ter the excrci-, ,I I will. not do. They were accustomed to such already( effected by the restored constitutionofihe Spt M-Brig Henry L nrcu-, Squire*, M& tr. from Hominy,per Ib... ....... .......<......-......Me.

TERMS in \d\'DJwt': .< ':()singing, and praver, and a short'sermon labor all thfir lives, and bal no other means State under which we live and which >cw Corn Meal per Ib............*.....,? ...<..8aidv -.

TwI-l t1.t'IhUartll ItJ\nlll r\UDUm tatt'.D for lefts than Three m"nth. by Kev. J. B. Jackson, of the M. E. of livelihood. Those can wash and do we arc sworn to support, do pledge ourhe Sp.23-&hr.23-Schr.BOlet.11n.! ,,\an Mu.Bt. \ok, Fresh Beef per Ib.........,...... j. .:.J2. '

; Ink I' C' :'ftt'lo 1h't' 't'Dt l.AV'EltTltllSG. \ Church. Governor )Iar\in was introduced, household work will find sufficient employ to support the reconstruction }Spt.York. Tor. Chicken per piece...........;..-_.. ....a.. 1
: and spoke to the large congregation of colored ment, but those who cannot will have to President, which purposes a restored equality Formula,Ctrtner,Master Savannah,
St Crawford, Buckley, MMter. per dog. .u. .......:..,...........40." IIIL'
Square of'IVu Nonpari Line or 1 people present, in substance, as follows: work in the field and earn sin honest liveli of rights and privileges to al the States, &pt.2chr. A Batter .... .
I1 .
'.,)iMlMrHxr ; per .. ........?. ........./.ro."1ft fr:.
the maine Fpa. for first insertion : One )FniEXDs.:. for the ]lat three or four hood. All cannot wash and iron or do other including the power in each regulate the York. Stmr. Helen Getty Ingrahani Ma! er. Sayannh. Sweet Potatoes -
ccnpsiu' per bushel.... ......
insertion.i .1.i Io a 2.4'
4oiairforeaCh sabwMjueut years great war been going on between household work, consequently, some be right of suffrage for itself, distinguishedfrom .
i IIltt.ral w itrmaneiit advertisers. he white nwn of 11 North, and the white compelled to work in the field or wi lazy, the reckless and pernicious a theories of Sept. 25-Sehr. Mary Stedma, Pecf.Master. Irish perbbl... ..;.........5.0' ..W.. ? .. Ii

J q? B PHI N TI NO men of the South, bringing about a great indolent, and dishonest lives, which will los the so-called radical which propose to Spt 2lmr.. .Dtawa.. HUBS,Be Brown ne,, Master, ,S" I Con S

.t U-.tioatly:] and |iroinptly executed. deal of suffering. Therp"has been much loss for them all respect on the part of the intelligent the Southern States the alternative of negro Spt S.p 25-.fetmr. Loyalist, Hoffman,Master Sav. The following quotations baa been Ute rnlinj'ngnrwfor .'

in every of blood, desolation of cities, towns; and the portion of the community. It is no disgrace suffrage or an indefinite exclusion from the C".ED. the past week, coding 13th but. : .. .

: :_ : : country, and a terrible destruction of properv. for women to labor in the field. He benctiis of a common and equal Union; and Sept. 23-Schr.Julia Crawford, Buckley, Master.Sept. flA ISLAJD i: .

If' iltiiciii: tii'ki'ts printed nt this office But the war is oversow, and there is had travelled much in Europe and witnessed that we will support the national authority .23 Sanr. Helen GettyInhm, Sav. McCarthy Ginned., a 7$

eacc in the country, and good men of the there women working in the field, for a sup and the supreme rule of law and order everywhere Sept. 35 Stmr. }'onwD,C.te Sv. Roller Ginned.......... ;...!......45 K 70

heH:1.11l1. North and of the South, are now laboring to port. as the only sure guarantee for the re- Saw Ginned........................." aU.:

prr t --_.--- ----- -- bring about a good state of feeling betweenthe He wanted to say by the way, they will establishment-of the rights and privileges of STOLEN REWARD. tPt.LZDS. 'r.- .;_. S

NOTICE. two sections. have to wOk Saturdays as well as, other our own and of the other Southern States, I STOLEN the night of th 23d lot from my po. Ordinary.........................28 a siMiddling ":. :

Tb.fril.'lld-Hon. S. L. Bl'KRITT announce Us You have taken no part in this war, yet days. The law allowed them certain hours for under the constitution, in the Union. $125 againat William pocket, containing Raid note a not tie ...WaSiMiddling ,4

,, at uiiable candidate for flection delegateto your condition had :great deal to do with it rest and recreation. All good masters gave Resolved, That we earnestly recommend sum In cash or cattle at the going price; payable on .. ...,..= t7 .
:111t. OonTcntion. and Wa its indirect cause. One effect of the them a much time as the law allowed them, to our fellow citizens throughout the Stateto the l lit of April, 1806. All person are hereby eoutlon-

tlw **' ---- .- .- -- war was to give you freedom which had been all frequently more. ; hold a soon as practicable in ed alt purchasing the same. A rwa. of fire dollars 8aTaDaaIa Jlapketa.: 5
meeting the
finder Jta undersiRned. -
\V aw aithorizod to annooucc the iiauip of lion. 1' declared by the Gonrment The coloredman Some think there will be a hostile feeling their counties and towns, and paid t the CALVIN on LTV1XG8TOK.' 1 Flour. per. bbl. common.,......SIOO. $ .80.

\\111\1'IX. a* a candidate for election as a delegate had n.ot eared and had but between the negro and his former master. adopt suitable resolutions expressive (a we September 3O It. B&klmoreZxtts..i1,00afl,00.- -

I. tIlt!I'U:((wvention. Ort.cb.r 23th. Election October % little to do with it. There had not ben There is none here. The white people harbor I do not doubt they will be)of their entire sym Biceperewt.... .. ......4.. ...........

to Wth I many colored soldiers who had seen a great no angry or hostile feelings towards you. pathy in the moti're purposes and objects FOR SALE. ButUr per Ib in firkins.....!........39Goshea .. .

---- ----- I deal of active service. A great many were On the contrr they are willing and ready herein declared; that no cloud of doubt, no inn n n n Acre Ld, in tracts from one bunI ...8740.Corny. .

Captain Huffman the siiamcr"Lo-a1it," raised about the close of the war but had not to assist you. shadow suspicion may rest on the integri- I U U,U U U dred 1 te thousand acres, embracing .

participated in the fighting to any great extent If there are any causes of complaint, or tv, honor and faith of their expressed some of the most valuable plantations in Middle Florida Ordinary.. .......Z1 se
vo-stl former!? chartml by govenimtiit. I god on of them the stock crops &e. *c., win a Stiddling.
a : Some had been in battles but not sufficient any revengeful feelings for the past,let them desire and attempts to resume the sold with many th m ; there are also fine bodies of b ..33 a..
arrived at our wharves very un cxpcc- to entitle them to'the credit of having be banished-let bygones be bygones, and duties and allegiance to the United States. and turpentine lands. Good )id

tedlv l--t W >diu-diy from Savannah. Capt. earned their freedom. This was brought forgive thorn all. It may be that the old Resolved, That i is no less a pleasure thana Valuable business and residence lot in this city.

Huffman. ('()rn{.-in -4-arch of a charter for his about by the workings of Almighty God, and master has thrashed you sometimes without duty on our part to give public expression improved and nnimproved.A. H. Agent. New York Market:

: was not the design of men. sufficient cause, in your estimation. This to the esteem and respect which we feel for Jacksonville, Fla..Sept. McORmC. Nw Tone Sept. 1 .

vtt.M>lan(lifrr! \ily to contract her for service Neither Mr. Lincoln nor Mr. Swar had occurred long since, and was over now. You the present Chief :Magistrate of our State > Gold..-.. .. .. ............ l,1865r'5

cither in the river or out, at reasonable any intention to make them free il way should have confidence in the white man, and whose conciliatory frank and man norsE FOR 8.-L Superfine State and western flour... ....a

ratt*. TJn-Captain i I- well known to the officers it iiacLbeen done, it was through the wisdomof especially in your former master. Do this ly manners, and berin&well considered H A COMMODIOUS City the DWELLING residence of HOUSE M. Whit IX Smith.LAKE Eirtra &.:....780760'

of the Q Department,who are ready I God alone that it had been done. It would and he will prove to you a good friend and statesmanship, have enabled him to grapple Esq. Apply formerly to the Subscriber In JackBnyie t Choice / .7Ua7U

: prove a blessing only as the colored manmade will always tell you the truth. But I would i successfully with the unusual difficulties of terms, kc A S BAWI. Common to medium extra Western .7 U *7 75

to vouch for hi> promptness and fidelity. We it so, and it was entirely dependent like to give you a warning. Be careful to his position. With the Opportunity to see September 3 .1 Extra round hoop .8908(0 5

tender our thand> for late papers and wish upon; him whether he reaped the advantages get employment from those who are able tr us face to face as we are, wisdomto FOR SALE-SEA ISLAND IX Western trade braadi.....1........8 II aiD 85 -
he Captain abundant Miccef-s. or not The assistance of the white men pay vou. appreciate- the true character of our peo TiE SEED. : Common Southern...... _...............8231000aney
both North and South was offered. Both It is an gratifying fact to know pIe. He has thrown himself without reserve
exceedingly THE SUBSCRIBER HAS FOR SALE IXHAMILTOS and extra de................10&k14 00
We pubtislideWhereafl amended circular admit you to be free and one was as much that th" colored man is behaving so well.- on their candor, truthfulness and conscientiousness I Connt.about one rUe from ue Lower Springs Common Cnttit."..... ......... .. ........7657993ood
friend as the other, and the white man The white man who has lost so much and they have met, and will continue thousand more or lew, of ezcellen.
i issued the 12 th. inst. from the you property pud to choice and extra... ...... _.......800
iNo. 13i, on ; ot the South is as truly and sincerely your is acting in the same commendable style. to meet, him in a like spirit of cordial quality and clean hDced Island Cotton. Al alO 81
bolt of the Bye floor ... ..... ........
War J Department., Bureau ot Refugees.l'r4t1nCfl friend as he of the North. Both are willing Good behavior and good manners will always confidence. new Cotton fO packing .me. (superfine) 5 Ma 810
There are a number of Cotton Gins! la the Corn .......... ..
1mel ._
mea Jersey ......4 99 a 5 00"
and .\hm: ( 01wtl.Landg. by which and ready to help, if you will try and helpyourselves. entitle 3 ou to respect. Act a you have neblbrho.and doubtless satisfactory arrangement
.modifications%. been doing. Be polite and cheerful and The Politicians and President .obnn's culd b me for ginning and packing the Cotton & Corn meal, Brandywine.. ... .......S75a-
that ,
it will be*cen important .
The war had resulted in the destruction of speak to and treat your old master form- 'oat Tail. once. JOHN B1tOWARD.Sept. Corn meal,BrandwInepuncheouz..26 00 a_

have been made in relation to thfcsubject of the civil Government of the South. No lon erly. In Europe there are servants a who always The politicians in the various States. have 3tf. I CoTTOir waa again Irregular and considerably excited; .

abandoned lands and buch other property as ger was there administration justice by the speak to their employers a master. I for some time past been trying to catch hold some were asking 46c. for middling grade at the open-

may: be taken ->ops ion of by the Com mis- appropriate Department. The only law that will do you no narm. President Johnson's coat tail. They see THE NEW YORK NEWS. lag, but. in order to effect tale, were obliged to max' .

.Moncrs and of that Bureau. .. I is exercised is military, executed by military You must not think you are on a social! him standing forth in bold relief, enjoying concessions, the market inc rather easier and nearly

agents-. .. officers and himself,the provisional"Govemer, equality with the white people bus you the confidence of the public, and everywhere Daily, Semi-Weekly, and Weekly- nominal at our quotation annexed. The aalea were
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: who had been appointed by the President to are free, you are governed by sme laws endorsed by the masses. Each side has been THE NEW YORK about 9,600 bales We qnote- 5

The last i issue of The Semi.'W'ek1Floridi.. as.-bt the people in the reconstruction of a and in the same way, but this does not exalt trying to get hold of him in order that it may Upland. Florida. Jfrtefe. X. 0. 2' '
I .... ....
311 conies to us greatly enlarged and presenting State Govarnment,and getting it back into you to a social equality with your former receive the benefit of some of his popularity. Weekly and 5emi-W ekly News. Middling Ordinary...... ._..37 44 86 44"35 45 S7 .

othenvi-e an improved appearance. We the Union. The President told him about I masters, or give you the right to take liber The New Jersey republicans tried it, but GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Good middling.....4C 44 47 U

congratulate our cotemporaries: upon this i evidence I month since what to do and this he was try-- tics:or in any way interfere with the busi- failed. The democracy made a grab, but BENJAMIN WOOD, - Editor and .

ing to do. and was all he had authority to ness or pleasures of your He, the took a look backwards and came short of oi Politics. Literature, Fashions, Pr.and

of prosperity and doubt not but they do. He was there to tell them the truth. Governor, was not on a suprior. with their coveted pnze. The republicans of !, Jour Reports, In trt Miscellany U. S. MAIL LINE.

will receive a* we know they* merit, a lib- You are in a condition freedom and never noblemen or the Prince of the royal blood in Pennsylvania made a desperate effort to accomplish and News from all parl te World. : The favoriie Steam
Packet formerly known .
-ral patronage from the public. will be again reduced to slavery even should Europe, and could not take privileges or liberties this point, but had to spend s IMPROVEMENT Il"ODtC. I "St. Johns,"now named the tb* SI

----- ; your late masters so desire. This was a fact : unless by permission. You must be much time over the schemes of Cameron and IMMENSE.

Mr. JOHN JONES, wholesale and retail druggit. I,[ as true as fact could. be. Away in the back polite and respectful to the white man, when Forney that they, too, failed to get hold of The CICCLATOX best and cheapest DETERMINED published OX In I HELEN CETTY,

i i.constantly additions country where the'rere no preachers or you meet him instead of rudely jostling the Presidents coat tail. The democracy New lrgest. papers I Commanded by Captain O. A. Ingraham,to again per -
Bay Street
receiving newspapers some old settler, who never hearu against him, or stareing at him in an insolent capture the prize, but sat down talking NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS. i manently on the line between jaamb.o Ttia.Bad

to his large and w'l selected stock of anything. might think differently, but you I and saucy manner, raise your hat as you : o\er "cardinal principles" unt the Published &,Florida.touching at Darien Bnmnric BtMarys. -
coat tail of Mr. Johnson far their Every Wednesday. : Fernandlna,and all tanrtfogs on the St.John
drugs, medicines wines, brandies, liquors &c. will never hear the contrary from uny intelligent formerly did.Iisturbances. 'I was Single Copies.. ......... ..... ......Five I River,to Palatka carrying the U.8.MaIL
lit- also has a splendid assortment of articles source. This freedom was a blessing or of private property will not reach. and we dare say wi be rewardedwith one Copy, one year...... ... ... ... ... Cnt 0 She will leave Savannah every Thursday 10 o'clock
i a curse depending entirely upon the use made I be allowed. He would not permit a white I defeat at the polls. Ohio and the Three Copies, one year ........ ......1 5 I A. M., arrive at Jacksonville on Friday and returning
for the toilet, consisting of combs, brushes i of it by yourselves. man to come about his premises without I Western party managers all made a strong Fie Copies, one year..8 I will leave for Savannah every Saturday at 8 o'clock A.
permhsion. en Copies,one ....... .. ... .. r M. S
year .
pomades! colognes and The dffort, but they, too, have missed their mark. 0 S
perfumery.Messrs. I enlightened among you will appreciate Pushing off the street or rude jostling -And I extras Copy to any Club of ten. I For Freight engagement or Passage apply en board .. -

-- -_ --S I j i the sooner. Those who have capacity will I was wrong and contrary to even rule of The Maine Democracy came the nearest to I Twenty Cpieaoneye.r.. ...?.. ... .......30 0 or to JOHN S. .HAMMT9 Jt CO..

Jackson & Warrock- Lave a choice !; go to work for their wives and children, andprovide politeness good behavior. It evinces abad j accomplishing the feat; but it was finally The Weely Newl1 an1 t Clergymen at..1 0 September 23-tf Agexua.

for the wants of old and for the spirit. Do act from left to the democrats in convention in this
no differently SEf-WELY
age, your SEWS
selection of and and Dr. J. A. S. TODD.
groceries provisions .
State to win the prize. They have taken a Ever
necessities of sickness. They educate foniK-r !rood behavior. Conduct I Fridy.
wH yourselves Single Copies, one year.. .........._..$ 4 removed to Jacksonville Fla..and wffl continue
alj-a of full and hold of tail PresidentJohnson's
the of
assortment wines and 0
a good pure their children and in this duty have the plw'i.( 1y ag you firmerly] (11(1.OU will be I II strong I Thee Copies, one year... ........ .....10 0 HAS practice of bin profession m all ire braoche*.
liquors which they are selling at reasonable assistance of the white mal provided they are I judged ;according to your good or bad con- coat, and are now marching under I Copies, one jear... ... ..... .._.. ...15 0 Office and Booms.-U stairs ia C-'Nichols Bafldinj, J
sober, steady, industrious, and ready to assist duct. his '-uidence and protection, much to the I Ten Copies cue year...... .............3 0 Bay Street where he may be found at*U boon mlsss.
rate -And an extra to club Of .
copy any professionally engaged.Sept.
-_ _ I their Employers, and in following such a Mu conclusion he desired to say that the grief of the republicans, who are mourning I Twenty Copies, one year. ... ....... .... 23-m

IjiviiOEJiEyxs..-Messrs. Svivage nnd HaJ have laid course the day may come when an edu- Government wi not protect you in indolencewill over the skilful flank movement upon them, I To Clergymen ...'.'... .... _... .... ...5 0 0 .
.I cated colored will arise in which has, in effect, finished them in this '
the foundation aud got up a part of the frame of a large Prccler the land, not you any comfort ; and will I NEW YORK DAILY. NEWS. NOTICE. S
and bring you !. You must effectually to all laziness and State. Their organs are already weeping and To Mail Sube1r.... .. ...$10 per annum .
and repentance. va- WEEKS AFTER DATE. WX WILL
store wart-liouse on Xownan etrcet, between Kay Jutop their lost Six .. .. .... ......Five QIX APPLY TOO .
work out own salvation. them tell the mourning over opportunities. Dlr the Honorable Judge of Probate of Dnval
and Forsj tli fctretts, ojijiofeite the bowliiis alley. your grancy. to country I For Sale by Specimen I County.
.- Freedom i h4 all the President will give you negrois wherever they met them, that they XelC York Herild. Daily and Weeky alldeaer., st fr. o Fla., for Letters of administration. on the estate ef S

LA]t.CJTT$, r.. S1't i43. and had told him it was all he would be able will get no land or uiiythiu r else from the I BENJ. WOOD Eliza Baldwin late of said county,A.deeeal8Cl.8. BALDWIN. .
: to give You cannot: be sold them hood X(" front Ml i.Hji|>|>i. Daily News Building, No. 19, City Hall Square I
or freedomand
whipped will "
Ei rronC5ioy, SIR :-I"f"< in tLe tJemltloTtlie 13 icit., you. GOH.IIlIt I gave New V..fc, W1L L. BALDWTh
a statement of a affair at UaJdrin, \vliicli occurred* as flrma1)this is what has been done do not him; ('I 'l' for them.Th .\ The following extract from a letter from September "w

.nine days aro; and from. uutrathfaluess reflects upon fur )' of Gen. McCook'g men. <- Governor thanked them for their kind Major A. J. Donelson, who recently left this MARRIAGE GUIDE.-YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIo NOTICE. -

me. lla state. ";lat the conductor on a frcigh- as he had unllrtood. about the division oft atpntion.) and wa ready: and willing to give place on a to his plantation in'Mississippi WORK of ev"r lone his Do IX weeks alter date we will apply to the Acting
j t the and that 40 them all the aid he could is of -Be in ir I Private Married Perns Judge of Probate Duval County.State of ITori-
train, ordered one of the Lau.l- colored Can employ) prupl.ry year, a>> a citizen, or a: i, encouraging.! Every day our hopes those about to 1.ry. both Male and Female, in everything o for letters Administratien the Estate of Alexander ,
acres of land would be distributed to each Governor.Mats. Southern are brightened. The I
fu tbout the engine to Ftart tl.e train was not a redemption I concerning the physiology and relations of our Holmes late of said county deceased.
I one of you i is a great mistake. These men -- -----S-- white people and the colored people yet Sexual System and the Production Or Prevention oi JOHN PRICE.'
Lut wi S
freiglt train
a regalar the colored I
ti pass>fnsvr ; said this:because they tUd.not know the war Mc-cligsg in Iticliinoml. do their duty t toward-l each other, the (t&prnj i 'udinsr' all the new discoveries never be MARY JANE MORRIS.
wan was cot fliloye.about tie engine, tat was a i jrivi T ,e English language, by Woo.Young D. i September 23 .
train Laud. lam not an engineer of a train was and were I Lcrc a loig us endeavoring From a correspondence: of the New York South he more pro"prrouthan e\er.-5/- D. This is i' illy I valuable and interesting wok- -- -6wp ( S
bu cLef I to u>e this us one of the mean* of stopping ritf Union. It i it written in plain language the general .
wipnecr of the road. and lay of the entire Herald we extract the following resolutions ro rader. A. DOQ42ETT,
;e wotsve '
and is illustrated
car i the The President with upwards of
war (doe not intend MEMPHIS Sept. : 1S( one hundred engra
jiovrer andas SUeli,- \at Miuply endeavoring to to give you anything, not even a single adopted by a mass meeting of the citizens of I am here on my return from the plantation / vings. All young, and married people, or those contemplating ATTORNEY AT LAW. ALSO 30TABT PUBLIC,
marriage having the least
lr.e the property of the Coapanr. acre. or a single plow. He had understoodsome Richmond : where I found Hairs in the best possible married le. should read t book. It discloses t 1.ACE30Jf1'1I.tZ ruu, --

I 1 niriw. or the sayings of Gen McCook's Mr. Ilowison in a few remarks, nominated the than there has been. No i b a bk must b loke up. and lie about matters connected with noting and
r(1 (foral men. They were place ever It will bo Do extending protests AC. Office-(temporflv) at resi
.Judge Lyons as chairman, and that -i lnt any one on the of
gentleman receipt
Very lsptf1r. not be believed-they were men-entirely irresponsible addressed in and grumbling, no disorder among the negroes, Fifty Cents. Address Dr. WM. YOUNG No. 416 dence. 6m S

1:J. TIO XTOX. simply hired to carry a musket, meeting a loyal I and as good a crop a could have been expected Spruce Street, above Fourth,Philadelphia. September S .5
like other dignified. manner.. ,. He was_ succeeded. by Mr. September 30-6m.
Ct.Eng.F. A. kC. C. P. K.IIoii. just any jerson could }be hired to -- after so great an overflow. SCHOOL XOTICZ.
.-. -- follow the plow. They were not officers of 11. 1. JJaniel, Uommonwcalth Attorney, who The are greatly cheered by the
I people up select school under the
superintendence "
of Mrs.
read the resolutions. of which I in.
I>. 1. 'IIN.W the Government, and they said about copy good conduct of Gov. Sharkey and President 250OOO THE. T. Howe will be re-opened on the first Mon ..

are gratified t learn that this gentleman has been this matter could be nothing If yoU desire close, and spoke at some length. Mr. W. II. Johnson. Under their instructions there will Watches, Chains, Diamond Rings &c. day in October,1865 at her residence comer of For- "
3IcFarland late President of the syth and .
Waahingtoa-aueets. "
r leasf d from confinement, and i now on Lis way information go to some educated"wiiite, Farers'Bank be no collision with the Freedmen's Bureau.The WORTH OVER 81,000,000. September .
t gentleman. He will miotdecciveyou. "What followed in an altogether unexceptionable to be sold for one dollar each
Era. negroes on my place say they never ALL without regard to 232t1fOTl'E. S

1'ork-Xt The above it evidently 2 a mistake, :>- ve' have & .
l converted will gentlemen dec from Savannah i ( you! Neither he, the Governor, nor member uneserved.of the Confederate Jame followed. plantations be profitably worked and This is one of the largest firms in the City of New THIRTY DAYS AFTER DATE APPLICATION
I -
.iice the "in and contradict the they dare: tell an untruth.lie Conge the negroes wH be compelled to fulfil their York and are doing a very extensive business, and made to the Judge of Probate,ofPoral Coun. .
a1"f" Irnt. 11'Y I i had understood that the colored laborer Mr. Lyons:is an orator conide- contracts. have on hand the largest stock that can be found in ty for leave to sell the real estate of George Tlag& late
-ttcw.Id.ED.. 10:. j rable but some of his the CiIy.-OCeaua Times Pent of said County deceased. .
power, portions speechI and Water Mich.. Oct.
on plantations was impressed with the idea Companies are forming paying as highas
21, i864. "Their stock is THOMAS N.ThOMPSON Adm-r.
-- _-___-- I ( send a copy of all of ) are open to large and buyers may rely
1I I that signing contracts was signing away $15 per acre rent for open lands on the on articles purchased from them just M represented. CATALINA A.THOMPSON,Adm'x.
criticism and the in which he
1k1OI-.l&Cb C. Es oftMa f-tatf was manner alluded Their continuance in Sept -I.
Levy I. i their freedom. It was no such thing-It Missigippi It is also believed, negro labor long business enables them to
pardoned by the President makes them to sectional differences and the negro, offer better inducements than any other house in the
o Thursday 1 ; ; no difference whether sign I up the levee. S
I you neither in unison with the 01 the er j buid the City.-Loyal American, Anderson NOTICE.
MORE PARWJXS.-James L. Orr of South Caroliua, j or The Government had its laws on were spirit --- 1854. "Their Watches Ind., Oct. 20, S.
not are admitted
the for which it by competent WEEKS FROM DATE
and Henry C. Wagner, of Georgia were pardoned by I subject and they would }be executed meeting convened nor the resolutions purpose being carried unani was ('olorN Trop to be Mustered Out. I judges and those who have used them to be the best 'SIX Acting Judge of Probate wILL for Pural APPLY county TO for THE Letters .

the President on the 13tlj inst. ). On- was at one :alike to those who regarded them and those I WAR DEPARTMENT, in use. They are all they are advertised to be."-In- of Administration upon the Estate of J.Beftnap
I mously.At dependent Warren, 111., Oct. 20. 1864. .
nice Speaker of the House of of the did not-He had already told that they ADJUTANT OFFICE I' "They are deceased. TAngt1lt266w
nelrctcntt\e j tl1'1 GE"EIU.L'S large dealers and their stock is manufactured
the close of the meeting, which passed in the W.
A. .
'.ute States, and is DOW a member of tl.o south Caro- j could never be again subjected to the condition WASHINGTON, Sept. 9, 1865. best style and of pure materiala.-TiJegrapb. Sanger- ; MOOSE.NOTICED
off in order the chairman nominatedthe
perfect tie. N. Y., Oct. 2&. 1865. "\11 -.
Una Convention.-SJcaanafc />/'. : of slavery. CIRCULAR No. 44.-Orders and instructions goods furnished are '
three following gentleman to to wLat they are represented to be." _
convey -Times, Waterville S
--- --- The duty labor relative to the of
i manne was'himlng up- President Johnson a of the resolutions muster out certain N. Y., Oct. 20,1864.Worthy of confidence."-Wvo WEEKS: AFTER DATE I. WILL APPLY'TO
A T 4 CoMMisewXEH Fun GEORGIA.-J. C. U,lies has I on them as upon the man-ul and an invitation that copy he would be pleased to, volunteers, viz : Organizations of colored ming Democrat, Warsaw, N. Y., Oct. 18,1864. "Hon SIX .,Judge of Probate, for Dnval County for let S
Wen alinud direct Tar Commisioncr for the diiirirt I have to labor for a living. The ( I troops enlisted in Northern States and certain orable and fair dealing men."-Cumberland Valley ten administration upon the estate of Martha V. '
ol God has pay a visit to Richmond : Robert Ridgway, Journal, Mcchanicsbnrg Pa., Oct. 20, 1864. Stone,late of said County deceased.
of the State of Thu is believed to be its mysterious workings. He, white troops in various armies and depart -
Gwrg. Charles Palmer and W. II. McFarland. Splendid List of Articles. All to be sold for each. Aug. 12.- w. GEORGE STOSE.
tb same gentleman on theTVirz trial, Ind himself once followed the plow when ahoy S ments. solid silver .
Jv R D. F. I 250 dining set -.._... .. .$75 to $300
II known &having been exceedingly kind t the prisoners 'I' and was now talking to them as the Governor Organizativm of Colored Troops entixted in 500 silver salvers and urns... ........._. 50 to 250
'I' of State. Thus TIE RESOLUTIONS. 500 solid silver tea sets complete..... DRESS ...:
at Andersonrille, always having been a Union a it might be with all I Northern State 50 to 300 :Dni2. ,
who industrious. We the of the of Richmond 150 rosewood musical boxea, 32 airs.... 75 to 250 1.1 BS.C.
were God people city A. SKINNER
man, who ought there as volunteer I employs 200 niahogeny musical boxes, 24 sira._ 50 to 200
fWlltyent day for one thing and another for another.It in mass assembled to express our i 250 .. ITI of Jacksonville that abe baa now located la.this
burgeon in order to avoid being force l into the Georgia day meeting WASHINGTON, Sept. 8, 1865. gold hunting watches .. ". .... 75 to 250 place, and ia prepared to
and make
militia. may be by proper industry, and rood l he- opinions in the present exigency of public To tlt Commtinding General of Sorth Carolina 230 ladies' enamelled gold watches.. ." 50 to 200 the neatest and latest etyle cut. fit Residence 00 Forsyth dresses
haviour some of in the Providence of affairs, do.Hesohc. LOG gents'hunting silver watch.._ ..... 35 to 100 between Washington
and .
you H. C Adaau _
may & boose
Italeig7i, : 500 open faced silver watches.. ... 25 50 fbraerry S
God be elevated to a higher scale or ) That we have witnessed with The War ,... to occupied by N. C. Dennett.
11.110 CHARLESTOS ASD SAVAXSAB.-TLe Post. position. Secretary directs that all organizations diamond rings ... .... fC to 100 Jacksonville
Department ha ordered a contract with ARTBCKLEART You have to work or steal. Heretofore if i the persistent and wicked of colored troops in your department 5,000 photo albums, all sizes... ._.. .. 5 to 0 Sept.. 16-tf. -
Otc you were detected in stealing you were whippet efforts ota portion of the press and people of which were enlisted in the Northern J.OOO gold vest and neck chains.. .. "._. ... 15 to 30 -- -
ofKew York to the mails S
by oval
3.000gold band braceleta... .. .. NOTICE.
convey 5
Northern States to 10
the brand the
to of '
steamships from that city CharlfBton S. C.. and ; but now when you arc guilty of theft people I States, be mustered out of service imme 5.000ehued gold bracelets. ... .,.. 6 to 12 OFFICE DEPARTMENT at this
t Government will tpke hold of you, bring, South with perfidy and insincerity i the diately. :,000 chatelaine and guard chains ... 5 to 20 TBEPOST opened In a few days and will be place
twice week with EbxrxD A. ready to
back a ; a1. 8IE. you before the courts where you will he tried honest attempts they have made, are The musters out, discharges and .OUO)solitaire and revolving brooches...... 5 to 10 receive,deliver and forward mail matter left at this
(0.. PfJph., t convey the tr.aHs by steamboat I and found guilty sentenced to hard labor making, to resume their former relations will be made under the regulations payments- 2,000lavs and florentine do. .... .... .. 4 to 10 place. Mafl will be made np foI'Jacb.St. As> -S
from Savannah. Ga., St. Jlaryn.Femandin I promulgated 5,0O0coral, opal and Emerald brooches.... "to 10 gustme Tallahanee. Penaaeola and aO other
1i DarknrD"i k I!I and imprisonment at the Dry Tortugas, or with t.c Union, by questioning their fidelityand in general orders No. 94, current i.OOO mosaic jet and lava eardrops ... .. 4 to 10 the United States where there are Mail facilities points in in
.. Fla.4Iay|>ort Mil!% Yellow Blnff, Jack I: some other place equally uncomfortable.All in the oaths of allegiance whichthey from this office. Please forward to fre 7,500 coral and emerald eardrops ...... 3 to 8 istence. ex,

onvifle. Manflarin. Hibernia! ManolLa. Kcalata, I I honest men desire to see bad men pun have taken, and by vague and unsupported flee, without delay, a list of the regimentsand 5,000california cal. diamond I'WI.. .. .. 5 to 20 A full supply of Writing Material,S Ute Northern Papel'll S. S

Tocoi and Orange MiQ, to J'ib. 332 miles and b ished, and the guilty should be made to suffer charges, that they desire, if they do independent companies to be dischargedunder I!, 5,000 3.000 sets cluster solitairs diamond buttons and pins studs.... .. 3 3 to to 10 10 $1-and Office Ladies'at MRS.Book MADDENS Will be kept HOTELT constantly on hand.

twice a "week from th 20tb of September, 18C3 nntijte whether white or black. "Tiiou SHALT not contemplate, further resistance to its authority. this order, giving therein for each the I 3.0O0oId thimbles pencils &c..... ... 3 to 8 JOHN T: EDWARDS.P.M. _

2Mb of Jitne.I6 at the rateoUol per annum. NOT STEAL" is a divine commandment and Such imputations are not only false strength present and 10.000 lockets for double-glass ....... 3 to 9 MouticeUo. Fla., Sept. 16, 186J Sept. &\
but mischievous being calculated to if absent Hesptnlracknowledge 5,000 lockets for minatures ..... .. .. .... 5 to 10 -. -- ,
-S :.- could not be disobeyed with rtrd, of -. -- -- -
impuniy. receipt 3,000 gold toothpicks crosses, Ac .... .... 3 to 8 NOTICE;
AX, HOXCST AT.I' They now had a a \I they be not designed to defeat, that perfect THOS. 31. VINCENT, A. .A. G. 5,000 plain gold rings. . ..... .. 4 to 10
citizen. The old relation had and constitutional restoration of the Union Orders similar to the dated i.uO chased gold rings...... .. .. 4 to 10 HAVING DISPOSED OF MY STOCK OF GOODS. .
A rolored man by the name of Samuel Green, em ; I which the war was professedly waged against foregoing, Sept. 10,000 shield & signit rings....... .. .. .... 3 to 10 n preperatoy to closing up my business in Jackaon-
and they could not cl upon their 8, were sent to the Commanding Generals of 10,000 California diamond ... ... yule,all persona ha ving demands jtgataat me are .
I.lo/-in the Store of Mr. C. L. Robinson, ai clerk por. rings 4 to 10 reqne*
In sickness trouble. The the seceding States to effect, and which good the of ted to present the same settlement,aDd all
ter, master Departments Virginia, Florida, Texas, ..... 3 to 10 parties Indebted
.(while .WfI.1R out the store one day last master did not entertain the same I j men and patriots in al sections of the country : and Arkansas. 5.000 sets ladies'jewelry coral. ... .. 8 to 12 to me are requested to make immediate pay
Louisimt of the
-'Ik. fouoil a roll of to!. floor, ajnonnrf I earnestly desire accomplish. And 5.00helaladiea'Jewelry.onyx.( .. .. ..... 10 to 15 ment lame. F. K. HOWARD
for them it 16
into l1O,OO. He immediately handed it Mr. Grec- feeling a formally-In being of the last t importance that the minds MEOI D.\ 5,000 sets ledies'jewelry, lava.. .... .. 12 to 20 _Sept 18M-tr ; Jackson'wuleFlo.
t wealthy planters employed Irish I AUGUST 21, ISCo. 2.500 sets ladies'jewelry mosaic... .. 20 to 10
S 'Iy, the gentleman in charge of the store, by whom 1: ol the whole people be disabused of the errors NOTICE;;
during the sickly season, because if Major-Gen. Reynolds, Commanding Department 10,000 gold pens with aiL holders .. 5 to 10
*%at "''torf to the lawful owner, Mr. ( .l'k. a mercUnt I them his could be and particularly that the authorities at Wash of Arkansas directed 5,000 gold pens with gold holders ......... 6 to 12 A LL PERSONS ABE HEREBY CAUTIONED AOAXST
die place informed was to muster 5,000 gold pens & holders auper'r ... ... 1% trespassIng upon the T.and known aa the 'SpaziIsta
tailor doing bncinn in Jacksonville. out did not the truly of the temper, and out additional of his 10 to 15 Graa&"to Don Lewis
employ ngon.e 3,0 troops com 8,000 silver goblets & drinking raps... ... H to 10 Mattafr dtDated 011 Box Branch. .
-'-5cn. -- if he there would be a loss ot the Southern people, we do mand. 3,000 silver caster k wine holders... .. 15 to 50 I and the head waters of Public C1'gek. S 5S

(, Kloriim Rolg-n" lila CominffMlon in five hundred to'one thousand solemnly pronounce these and all other imputations AUGUST 1863.3Iaj 2,000 silver fruit k cake baskets...... 20 to 50 ,',B.JlATTAIR.
he Army.. them of a kindred character 2-, Messrs.T. & H. GAUGHAN k CO., No. 116 Broadway 16-1mpd. S
I upon General
was an illustration of the relation Hooker the --
commanding New York extensive
A letter SnurrPK- 8pt 20-11 'O P. M. ted between the old'master and the no"matter from what source theJ come, to be Department of the East, was directed to of all the the leading and manufactured most fashionable and Importers styles- Potatoes Potatoes !

'a rT to3J' from I frcedman. The Employer will not utterly ungrounded and cause the two remaining independent Watches and Jewelry desiring to increase their buk_
<; Slocum. that he Govern'f companies DeN '0 an unlimited Cn BABBELSIRISHPOTATOES.
cn. stating interest the master did. Resolved, That the general temper and of the Maine Coast Guards extent, have revived upon a S : S
to be
hs! commission in the army, would iin mediately disposition i of the people includingour mustered Great Gilt Distribution srbje to the regulations (oh. |If 500 bnsbels Corn : .
Though the colored Snthl'r out. Now In store 5
I man may lowing: and for sale in attaatitie* to suit tr
start for home. *topin r a few days own, are to acquiesce in the C'irtiflcatea naming each article and chaser, at S .
cathy he will find considerable SEPTEMBER 1 1865. i itt value are WELLS' r.
with ( cn. Sherman, and reach }H.T in about I I obtaining A great I results of the late sanguinary struggle, and to )Major-General Hooker was directed, tosetts placed in Sealed Envelopes and w.ll mixed One of I September 9-tf .Junction andCommlaaloa. .. ., u
fifteen crploJment thiwf* onv lopra will be sent mail
days. by to
duties adilresa :
resume (the citizenship in the Union. any on
}leave the to find f.lim'c front duty for muster .
plantation more out, Companies receipt of twenty five cent :
--5-5 --- I ble work on their part I Tint: the men of character and ability who A and il New Hampshire Heavy AU artit'lu"Jd at One Dollar tatli,wi'Aou rrgnr,1tovalue. GARDEN SEEDS,, T} 5

News has been received from Columbia, declaration of freedom. All have hitherto influenced public sentiment and Company D, First )Artier- JUST received bf sUamer Fountain, a lot of Oardem.'.
wi Battalon On S
: of
S. ('., that the State Convention had assem however with a few exceptions, neither advise nor intend anything different Heavy Artillery. lss'ch going receipt to have, and certificate then It t* at you your will option tee what to send you are *, which will be warranted. r,SAT .
bleduth one hundred mmbcr present. to bare the privilege of doing BO. from the discharge of their duties as citizens SEITEMIIER 8, 1865. dollar and take the article or not. Puechasers September WELLS AUCTION STORE.
I is es the ablest l of the United States, and arc an example ) Au thus obtain a Gold Watch. Diamond may tf
rl-rde ody ever con just free on the old plantation as setting fajor-Gencrl ur, commanding the Ring or any art
Stat. Resolutions of discontent be anywhere a else. 1 of full and ready to the Department of Washington, was ordered to of can Jewelry they get on less our than list fos one One doUar's Dollar and in no case NOTICE OF'CO *I' II-aqp.

wer and Tch.o only five Some cnnnnt realize that they are authority of its go'crmcn and counsel a reduce the volunteer force in his commadsix o Ciniflpatcs is s and laid > afler full recognition) of the of the ctual situation thousand One for 23 rent ; five for tl has this day tklffJL Ji
\'ott they were n they} had to labor $s before fes : commissioned officers and en ; eleven for$2 ;thirty for been by &he lID.
refuel to print them. The Governor's message you will f fearn in due"courss of including the accepted and irreversible listed men of nI rrms. $3 ; Bixty-flve for*10 ; one hundred for f5. t dezslgMd and Cottmlaaion,fortbetrnM&ao*. fowral"- ..', '_ J .
I Af-ecta wanted BnelneM '
every where. to whom ,.which .ffi be eoidadrd. S
abolition of special terma -
strongly sustains the President's recon- I will find ant out"yduroblgations? to the slavery. E. D. TOWNSEND, are offered. T. &H. OAUGHAXfflCO., t under-the same and style of.Sav That we 'the people' of Rich-
p1ic. : R'foln't Asst. A jt. Gen. 116 Brdwu'. KW York. I OKOSOK SAVAGE. .
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t TI1ENTAMMERIGWIFEI r> xt o c rM v T 10 isr returns of the election and forwarding them on the St.Johns river, Fcrn ndina and St. Augste. 1
... as to receive the returns as soon D. W. & A. W.
BY JOnX G. B1ZE. OFWILLIAM to this office 8 a psiibte afer INGERSOlXWholesale
I 1 they are up.
When deep in love with Miss Emily Prynft SEVENTH. That the delegates, who shall 5th. To afford aid in transportation Delegates
I vowed If the maiden would be mine MARVINPKOVI.SIOXAI be elected,as :aforesaid, shall assemble in Convention to the Convention, the Commanding Officer of the District DRY GOODS STORE. d
ode to please ber- at the City of TALLAHASSEE at. of East Florida will order Ihat a Steamer hal Retail :
I would always avor Govrnxoa or TilE "l eave Fernandlna,on Friday, day of I
She blushed her consent, though the stuttering laa twelve o'clock, on WEDNESDAY, the 2oth \ 1865, to touch at and leavuSt.. Augustine on Saturday, ;
Said never word except you'r an ana- STATE OF ri.Onil>A. r day OCTOBER, A. D. 18C5, nnd elect the 21st ot October, for Jacksonville ; another Slea r DEALERS IX (JENKILU.MERCHANDISE; : ,.
President and other necessary officers to leave Enterprise, on the St. Johns river, on Friday,
.. ,
An aaa-an a -ldions teuer. the 20th of October for Jackson villc, at !
WHEREAS, by t the Proclamation Andrew proceed to the discharge of their duties. The the different points on the river.
FUJLITIJ1E. & ..t'c.
Bat when we were married I found to iny rnth Johnson! President of the United States, dated -I Convention will be the judge of the electionof The Commanding Officer of the Middle District! and (. ,

The sUmmering lady tad spoken the truth; ( 13th of July, 'A. D., 18C5.1 have been appointed their respective members. o the Sub-Districts of West Florida and Key West, that .
For often in obvious dudgeon, Provisional' Governor of the State of The commander of the military department a Steamer shall leave Key West, on Wednesday, the
18th dar 01 October and touch at Manateennd
J Shed "1, if I ventured to give her a jog Florida*with instrrctions to prescribe, at the of the State has issued a general order Cedar Ke)I,on her way to St. Mark Tampa; and that .

In the way orrt'proor-hYou'r a dog- og- ogA earliest practicable period, such rules and regulations directing, that a United States transport I another Steamer shall leave Saturday, --'-----
be and steamer shall leave West on tho 21st of October, bound for the same port, touching
dog-a dog-malic curmudgeon i J" as may necessary proper for : Key Wednesday at Apaluchicola.

convening a convention of the people, composed the 18th of October, and touch at Tampa, Tie Quartermasters will be instructed that no chargesbe
And once wheal said. "We can hardly afford delegates to be chosen by that portion Manatee and Cedar Keys, on her way to St made the Delegates to this Convention, except the GroceriesProvision. '

This extravagant style with moderate hoard, of? the people who are loyal to the Uui- Marks ; and that another steamer shall leave .usual one for meals : they will facilitate in ner;' way

And hinted we ought to be waer. ted States, and no others; and also, with"all Pensacola, on Saturday, the 21st, bound for precedence their transportation to Delegates., and wi1on They must.these also,trips cause, give due 0

She looked I..sure you, exceedingly blue. the power, necessary and proper, to enable the same port, touching at .Apalaclllcola ;and notices to be given of this order, in relation to th-j times CHARLES SLACER, .
And fretfully cried, "You're a Jew-Jew-Jew- such loyal people, of said State, to restore it another shall ]leave Enterprise, on the St. of departure of these Steamem from the different poicts
. A jn-dicloui adviser" river the 20th on their route, so that arrangements may be wdl understood Ales and
Johns bound
I very toils constitutional relation to the Federal : on Friday to '* Wines
by the nnd that there may be DO' ,
Again, when it happened that wishing to shirk Government, and to present such a republican ) Jacksonville! touching at the different points utnecCIIr' Vclgalrs. points at which. the I
work form government as will entitle the oa the river ; and another shall leave Fern- Steamer The Delegates will be conveyed II I Boots Some rather and
unpleasant arduous t'
.. State to the guarantee of the United States andina, on Friday, the 20th, and St. Augusttine I home on return trips, and landed at the points from ,
I begged her to go to a neighbor, which they took free of charge ahoy I Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. I
therefor, and its people to the protection of on Saturday, the 21st, bound to ,Jack- passage a Hats &
She wanted to know why I made such a fuss. By order of Maj. Jen. J. O. 'OTn I Caps,
t the United States against! invasion, insurrection sonville. These steamers will convey the E. C. WOODRUFF,
And saucily said, "You're a cuss-cuss- and domestic violence. delegates elected, free of charge, except for I I Caj't. 7th Infantry & A. A. A. O.

You were alwaya ac-customed to labor. Now, therefore, I, William :Marvin: Provisional their lodging and meals. II HAS JUST: RECEIVED Wooden ""arE.

Out of temper at last with the insolent dame, Governor of the State of Florida, as EroiiTir. A Constitution, republican inform I

And feeling the woman was greatly to blame. aforesaid, do, by virtue of the power in me having been made, altered or amended, JOHN JONES, YANKEE NOTIONS, '
vested aforesaid proclaim and declare and adapted to the new order of things, the I
To scold me instead of caressing as : A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK 0
That election for Convention will provide by a schedule for Wholesale and RetailDRUGGIST OF BUTTER,
4 I mimicked her speech like churl. I am- FJRST., an delegates to n ,
will be held the election of a Governor and General Assembly CHEESE,
Convention on Tuesday, the 10th
And angrily said, "You're a dam-dam-dam- I .
day of October,A. D. 18G5, at the different and for the re-organization of a per-1, ; LARD,
A instead of !1"
dam-age a blessing I '
precincts at which elections are directed and mnncnt State Government. I DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, PORK,

English Alarm the Fenians.- authorized by law: to be held for members of I'I NINTH. By the operations and results of'I Bay Street, Jacksonville.Would 0 FLOUR,
the has ceased to exist in IIO.MINY
the Legislature. war, slavery t I I ,
The Fenian movement has evidently pass- SECOND. That the thirty-nine counties of this State. It cannot be revived. Every voter I call the attention of dealers and consumers HATS, CAPS BOOTS I 1 SUGAR,
ed beyond the sphere of the convention in to Ilia large and select assortment of Drugs, Patent .j
EnglLih contempt this State shall be authorized and entitled to for delegates to taking Medicines, Fancy Articles,Paints, Oils, Window Glaus, COFFEE.
and ridicule. The last European adyices elect delegates to the said Convention severally the amnesty oath, takes a solemn oath to Stationary, &c., &c., among which may found :
state that the English Government has taken as follow, to wit Escarnbia two, Santa support the freedom of the formerslavc. The u Sulphate Quinine, & SHOES, WHICH CORNER OF BAY and OCUAH STS. 0

the precaution to increase the number of ,Rosa two, Walton two, Holmes one. freedom intended is the full, ample and complete I I Castor Oil,
regiments in Ireland in consequence of the Washington one, Jackson three, Calhounone freedom of a citizen of the United States. I Cream Tartar, Jacksonville, Fla. 0
spread Fenianism in that This This docs not necessarily include the Calomel),
Country. privi-
Franklin one, Liberty one, Gadsden u Blue Mass, I Sept. 1C, IPGo.tfCOME
information is but it does include the idea HE PROPOSES TO SELL ON AS REA- j
unexpected l
by no means surprising or three, Wnkulla one, Leon four, ege voting : Sulphur,
in this country, where the strength three, Madison two, Taylor one, JefThrsono. full constitutional! guarantees: of future poIses I Magnesia, &c i

and objects ,of the Fenian movement are one, Hamilton two, Suwannee one, Colum- ion and quiet enjoyment. The question I > SONABLE TJERMS AS WERE AND SEE
generally understood. But it places the I bia two, Baker one, Bradford one Nassau of his voting; is an open question-a proper Patent Jledicliiow, I I

London journals in an awkward position.For .- I one, St. Johns one, Duval one, Clay one, subject' for discussion-and is to lie decided I I Touusend'a Ayer's Sarf.paria, i i Ii i TiE SE'STORE OF C. A. CASE CO. 0

months past the movement has been a Putnam one, Alachua two, Marion two, Levy as a question) of sound policy by the convention -! 'Iarsaparla.letoral, EVER I!!I JEWELERS, CORNER BAY AXD OCEAN-8TS.b .
standing joke and burlesque to the London one, Hernando one, IlilMxirough,one".Manatee : to be callqd. I Ayer's Age OFFERED IN THIS MARKET, : Mr. 0

Times, which has exhibited its usual ponder one, Polk one, Orange one, \ oll1 -la one, TENTH. Upon the establishment of a republican Colagogue. Peck Case.during Watchmaker the sixteen lor George month A

ous Insensibility to the signs of the times in Brevard one, :Sumter::; one\ Monroe[ one, and 1, form of State government, under a \ Radw sy'8 Remedies, baa opened a shop pt the abe men-
depreciating what it has been pleased to Dade one.THIRD. Constitution which guarantees and securesliberty Fahnestock's Vermifuge, tioned place and wi b to tee
term "the grand Irish farce." By this periodthe Every free whit: male person of l to all the inhabitants alike, without Worm Candy At Wholesale | his his friends and give the 18La"c.ulln
fc Retail. 5 work as heretofore
South American Fever and ; everything will
Times and the lesser fry of journals in the age of twenty-one yeas and upwards, distinction of color, there will no longer exist Brown's Ess. Oil ger Angiie Remedy, receive bite personal attention, and he hopes that anexperience

England and Ireland that follow in the wakeof I and who shall be, at the time of offering to any impediment in the way restoring the Winslow'8 Soothing Syrup, fifteen years will entitle him to the con-

the great journal have probably discovered vote, a citizen of the United State, and who State to its proper constitutional relations to Hyatt's Life BalHsm."elprau' fidence line l of be the always public.on hand A fine and stock offered of all good in our

that the Fenian movement is no joke.- shall have resided and had its home in this the government of the United States, whereby Mustang" Remedy, wi. c. CASE reasonable,

More English Tegiments in Ireland The State for one year next preceding the election its people will be entitled to protection by Hogt'r'l Luiment., and Tar, PRINTS. J. J. HOLLAND.

third part of C'British Empire once more; and for six months in ths county in which the United States against invasion: insurrec- McMimn's Elixer, September 16-tf.

in an da"ofre'foluUon;" and a powerful he may offer to vote, and who shall have taken tion and domestic violence. British Bateman's Oil, Drop &c., kc GEORGE 4\. PECK

foreign organization ready to aid and assist, and subscribed the oath of amnesty, as Given at Tallahassee! Florida,this 23rd day Photograph Albums, 0 i I "Wntchmaber ,
are events that appear to be understood by
Lord Palmeston, and can hardly fail to. exer- Amnesty, of the 29th day of May, 1803( and WILLIAM MARVIN, Blank Boots, I HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
cise a serious influence European politics,, if he comes"within the exceptions contained Provisional: Governor. Wallets, II Also sale, Gold and Silver "Watches and Jewelry.
Mirrors, a good of
which are liable to be disturbed by nothing so in said proclamation, shall have taken said SAMUEL: C. DOUGLAS, Hair, Tooth. Cloth, Shaving I I I Combs, Brushes assortment 1-erfumeryToulet Spectacles Soap,, Sttone

much as by events that affect the internal' oath, and have been specially pardoned by Private Secretary. andWhisk Brushes, kc., &. Organdies, es, Cutlery,including come of those celebrated Tob Ba-
condition of the formidable British Empire. the President! shall be entitled to vote in the August 26th, 18G.:; I I &Butcher Razors, Razor Straps, Shaving Brhe Wad ad

That England will adopt prompt measures county where he resides" and shall be eligibleas -- --- -, ,- \rfnmtr EtLnlin's (\., :Memorandums Cups: Pocket Looking, Glss. Pocket from and 0

to squelch this rising cloud is self-evident.' a member of said Convention, and none PROCLAMATION BY WM.: MARYIX.I'rov. Extract Night Blooming, Cereus, I twelve to one hundred picts.Abum Yiol.holding Banjo anJ

The sympathy of that country for rebellionis thers. Where the per-on otferiD, to vote Cjovcruor of the Slate of I'lorldn. Fancy Extracts Organdie Robes, ; Guita Strings Tape )Ieaares, rm tree to one hun

like a certain class British manufactures. comes within the exceptions contained in the Considering, that the Amnesty oath, prescribed Colognes, I ber red Stems leet,,):Crochet(trschaonJ Pps,Silver and Segar Thimbles Holders 4e., Rob.
intended for the foreign and not the home proclamation, and !shall have taken President's Hair Oils,SapI. We -
amnesty by the Proclamation of SozodontTooth Soaps and Powder j jGn havejnst received a fine assortment of Gold and
market Gen. Lee and Jell: Davis would be the oath and ball have made ? Silver Cane Heads and lot of those fine Howard
amnesty > application May 29, 18G-). need not necessarily be !subscribed Sterling's AhlLrosi Kend.U'j Amboline, ke.,&c. ham I .
Watches which
no heroes in Ireland. to the President for a special pardon and taken before a Comnih.sionedOflicer'Civil I I II Watches;Clocks rive and such splendid atfcion.

That Fenianism is a new and startling: through the Provisional Governor, and Military or \avnl-in! the !service ('nndl os. I tice and satisfaction garte.Vork.ewelr from the country IG-
menace: to England it were folly: to deny.- shall have been recommended by him for such of the United States : or before a Civil Gum Drup, Sugar and Burnt Almonds, Peppermint : I: will receive prompt ctl altUD. Rm m.

The organization in Ireland baS progressed pardon, the Inspectors or Judges of the election } (Military[ Officer of a loyal State or Territory Drops Lozenges, .Vc., kc.StatIonry. ; 0 Jaconets. I I.: her street.the place' at the Old Std Ok, OUl

quietly and secretly until it embraces by thie may, in most instances properly presume in order to qualify a person to become a 1 lu1

tune fully one-third if not one-half of the that such pardon has been granted, though; voter: for delegates to the State Convention, T.'tt'r, Note and Foolscap Paper, TO
able-bodied men under forty years of age.-i owing to the want of mail facilities:, it may although it must be subscribed: and taken. before \hite and Yellow Envelopes, 0 I SUTLERS AXD COOTRY4TRA
The feelings of the masses are illustrated by not have been received by the party at the such officer in order to olitainthielwncfits, : Tens, luk and Inkstands\ ,Plying Cards, &e. Mezambiques,, THE SUBSCRIBERS within the, next DESIRING TO CLOSE offer nu
sixty dnys.
the sympathy manifested for the unlucky and I time of the election.; amnesty and )pardon) ; and considering( that ('ut!Cry. their entire!stock at the ver LOWEST CAl PKICW.

indiscreet Fenians who fall into the hands 01 I Free white !soldiers, !seamen and marines, the President hn. invested) ( me with authority K.izors, P.azor rocket: Knives, an 1 Scissors. This stock embraces the a-orment of Merchandize -
the police, and the terroism existing against 'I'' in the army or navy of the United States, to prescribe: !such nU-s: and regulations!" as Straps' Bareges, all kinds. LadiM irt the larket. conshnin? -
witnesses for the prosecution. The late Eng' who were qualiiied{ by their residence: to may lie necessary and piopcr, for convening; Tobacco. Playing. Cards ndG.nt', Cloths$ Tailor's Boos Trimmings Shirts Stationery, Shoulder

lish and Irish papers are full of evidence ol vote in !said State, :it the time of their reepeclivn a Convention compo1 M, of d'ieirales. to be Xa\y, .\w11'rs''H .Solace and Amulet, Straps for the \rmv acd Navy, Harwa Tinware,
this kind. Another serious danger j U HIP fact ('flhiStl'flents. nn1 l 1m cli-ill li-ivn t.-.krn i-lio.i-ii l>y: Hint portion 'Ttlif j>c<>jlc) of I this Ki'ihrkiniok linnyhai.aiid Aiuteroiiii'n Sniulclnsr To- '-" _-_ ( Crockery.Cigar Tobaco. 'ti Ste '
that Fenianism has the liai-co. :. I Stove Pip, Canned Goods; ,Safts,Yankee ., &
largely penetrated and subscribed the "aih! rhall he
amnesty: !
State the nited
j as arc loyal to States, find I Cigars of the best brandIMpe -*. Water Appartns f'.r bottling Business
British army, which is composed of nearlytwo entitled to vote in the county wai-io they no others ; and has! declared I that no person) A Complete Stock of Mourning Goods Wagons_new and!econd hand, porplf. Stock-,
thirds Irishman. respectively reside:; But no soldu-r, seaman I shall be qualified as: an elulor, or hail: be eligible I .. ,,p Amdrotype, Fish Hooks alt Lines, *c., &c
: But the chiefstrength of the Fenian movement or marine, not a resident in the State: at the ; as a member of such Con'l"ntiol1uI11e: <;she )..r dlL: !, ,.. -- -._ I We desire to cal your attention to the above : having : -
: :
consists the fact that it is mainly time of his cnli.-tmcnt, shall 1)(' allowed to i iyote. !shall hi\e previously taken and i.lIlcrib'itch Imitation VcrRchaum! I I'c cetermiel retire sacrifice from business in the Sut
: Uriel-wood, lo.II&I: Applwood, Clav, &c. prepared to upon our stock,
r beyond the reach British control. If the I ed. oath of amnoiy, without declaring Diamond: and Safety Matches.Liquors. confident that the idurelent we offer must give the
organization were merely local, it would I FounT The nmn soon succumb to the potent influence of the and subscribed<< before any commissioned i be taken: : Hj'nip*. .!<'. GLOVES.Gents' examine X. B.-onr All!ok. indebted to

prison"; 1iyo t, and the halter. But the officer-civil, military, or naval-in the :service Now, thcrcfoie, in order to raider every facility Brandy! that an persons immediate settlement us a most respectfully be made.informed -

headquarters of th'e" movement are in the of the lnittatl':; : *, ortlncivil or military to the wcll-dNpo-ed\ : peisons' of thiS hhi-rry! 'Port"Wine.iiu.. : and Misses: best silk and Lisle.HANDKERCHIEFS. .. C. W. DEXNL&CO.

United States, where the Celtic race seem!' officer ol a loyal State: or Territory, who State, who are loyal to the United Slates, to H.,UinilGin, I 0 Xo' 4. Merchants Row.
. 1 inspired with a new-and rejuvenating vigor.In l the laws thereof i is to administer t Hilton Head,S. C.
by qualified qualify: \ ( themselves to be voter.lor delegates \VhiMkey I and No. 4. Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.Aug. .
this country there cannot now be less oaths. The officer, administering the to the Convention Blackberry Brandy I P,-tf. .

than two hundred thousand Fenians devoted oath, is authorized and required, on request 1, WILLIAM MAIIVIX! Provisional Governor Lt-mon Synip Vanilla, Syrup, : --0- --, :::-=-:

and pledged to achive the independence of to give to the person taking it, certified do issue this proclamation, tIpJlelllentan'to ) Raspberry' Syrup, Strawberry Syrup 1'1t'altlt Syrup WHITE SPRIXGS HOTEL.HAMHTOX .

Ireland. The example of Italy shows what cepies thereof. It is administered to all per my proclamation, dated the 2od of Aug- An assortment of Ladies, Gents'. and Misses Cor-TTT, TLA.
may be accomplished in foreign countriesror sons, applying at the different military Paints Oils ele. undersigned takes pleasure
postsiu l1-t: IWJo; ; ; and do ordain( and proclaim, that lu announcing to
the redemption of a distressed national this State, without lee. The taking of the, the Inspectors or Judges of election for the White Chrome Lead Green.Chrome, HCSIERY. those the public that healthful he is prtpart to accommodate
seeking a
ity. For over a quarter of a century, headquarters oath does not, of itself, operate as: a pardonin different precincts in this :State, shall have Yellow, Our tables are frillhe: with pleasant the btft sinaton of
of Indian patriots were in France cases where the party is excepted from L authority, and they are hereby authorized Prussian Blue, White the country will maket
: and England. What has been accomplishedfor : the general amnesty jiml! needs a I"p'dalplr-: and required, to administer the said oath to Red and Black Paints, Black, and colored Straw. He has comtorUble hacks running in connection
Linseed Oil. Benzine. with every train, between this place and the
Italy is not impossible for Ireland. There don.
the persons who may offer! to take the same.: Plaster Paris, Whiting, k..., kc. HATS AND depot, at Welr. &id
a-e: many points of resemblance and, with] FIFTH. That the .1.hulJeof: Probate, in L And I do order and direct, that they :shall: Window Shades. BONNETS, W. A.

proper sagacity, the results may JKJ identical i-' the !several counties! provided they shall have LI I not allow, under any pretence' whatever, any Liquid Blue, July 22.-tf. TL'XER P lo.

and success ultimately crown the efforts reppccfully taken the amne.-ly oath, or incase L }person to vote at said election for
of the Fenians. of the inability absence of the Judge unless he shall have t first taken and !subscribed Hcidlitz Powders, JUST RECEIVED,

It is! evidenUhat the numerous Secret societies in any county, or his neglect or refusal! to act,,I the said oath before them ; or shall at the Citrate of Magnesia, A Full Cargo of Goods, Consisting of
in Ireland may derive immense aid 1 then the Clerk of tin* Circuit Court, provided time of oll'cring'to'ote, exhibit to them a June 10 tf Extract for making Root Beer, &c., zc., BONNET AND BELT RIBBONS OF Dry Goods,

from the Brotherhood in the United States.- he shall have taken the, amnesty oath, shall certified copy of the oath taken by him before o

The American Fenians can send to their distribute the poll-books and appoint, for the a CommisMoned officer, Civil or )lilitury ALL KINDS. e' trlt.Jlardwal

: Irish friends the money that 'constitutes the different election precinct* in their respective I ,'in the service of the United States, or before 0

sinews of war, and the military and civil organizations -. counties, three Inspectors or Judges: of the a Civil or Military officer of a loyal Stateor R. T. HAZZARD & CO. Umbrellas and Parasols. Boot and Shoes, Stationery

and discipline that form its brain! election, who shall tune taken the amnesty Territory. And I do further order, that i&t'.. ate.
The want ofthesc essentials has hitherto produced oath, to hold said election] who shall conduct the oath administered by them, with the A large :It well selected stock of 0 .tf. At Wholesale and Retail. ,

the failures! of the repeat attemptsfor the !samea.s: near as may be, in conformity ( original; signatures of the subscribers there- I WHOLESALE JOHN S. SAMMI& &CO.,

Irish Independence, with the laws of this State, as .they existed t- unto, shall be returned: by them with the certificate DEALERSIN 0 }Forwarding aid Commission Merchant. 0
,- .' .;ur A danger exists that the neutrality of the prior to January 10th, ]!:jG1. The Inspectors of election and poll-books, and forwarded Fla.

United States n>ay be violated.-rTJus, however of the different precincts shall, as soon by the Judge ol Probate or Clerk to Boots and Shoes : Expected soon to arrive from Jaksnre.Xew York.,a
be avoided by adhering to as possible after the STAPLE DRY GOODS J tl

may closely } election count the votes; the Provisional Governor, at Tallahassee, in cargo Goods. J. S. S
English prect"< lt'nts. There are limits within and make and sign a certificate of the resultof the manner pointed out in my proclamation) For Ladies and Gents'. Misses Ju1y22.-tf. I c
which the Fenians may receive powerful aid the election at said precinct, and one of r dated the 2Jd! <
and comfort in the United States!' without them, to be determined I by lot, if not other' This proclamation and the oath to be administered REID'S BLOCK, BAY STEEET,, Children's Wear. WANTED,

involving any violation of our proJK-r treaty wise agreed upon, shall convey and deliver, will; be forwarded to the Judges I a A PERSON WITH NECESSARY MEANS TO JOIN

.,. obligations. The Fenians must keep closely -, without unnecessary delay, the said certificate of Prwbatc or the Clerks of the Circuit Court,, with the owner of a large tract o fine and abun

within these limits, and be careful not to the poll-book and ballots, to the Judgeof who arc hereby: directed to deliver the same; JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Ready-made Clothing, dant a pine Steam timber Saw oh Mill the. and Saulla River,Ger In erecting and-
. 11 compromise our Government. We must not Probate of the to the Clerk of
county, to the Judges or Inspectors ot the election. Lumber business. The point proposed is In the midst
L suffer ourselves to be involved in any quarrel the Circuit Court, which ever ot them may Given at Tallahassee, the 11th day of September Of great variety and of fine quality, of a good farming country-and the River and Bar are
in this affair, and if the Fenians on both have appointed said Inspectors. The Judgeor I 18G.1::: W)1. MARVIN. of sufficient depth to admit vessels drawing fourteen

Hides the Atlantic are prudent, they will not Clerk receiving said certificate, poll-books Provisional Governor. All of which is offered at the lowest prices feet For of particulars water. apply to

attempt it. Let them left. the strength and and ballots, shall, thereupon, without unnecessary SA I'L. J. DOUGLAS, GROCERIES 1:. F. FLOYD ,Fin.
1 vitality of this most hopeful movement that delay, call to his assistance two respectable Private Secretary. 0 for Cash. Sept. 2-1m* JaknTee

has ever been inaugurated for the welfare of ) inhabitants,having the qualification: 4..........
: f Ireland by A patient endurance and passive of voters, and shall: publicly count the votes SHOES 30,000 ACRES 0.LAND FOR SALE. 0

} opposition that will win over the public and compare them with the poll-books. HEAD-QUARTERS TAU.AlUb! ,, DEP'T August OF 24th n.onIn.1, 1805. 5flENLiuL ) 50 nnn ACRES OP TiE BEST IMPROVED 0

1 opinion of the world to thtir side, and at last They shall make and sign certificates of the Oi.Ex CROCKERY, WOODEN AXD WILLOW WARE sale..yUU wishing lands in to settle and East Ford, tr

: wear out the opposition of the English people result of the election in their county; and fur- No. 21. } HATS: find it lnl1 to advantage to address or us. All communi
to the autonomy of Ireland. The time nish to each person elected one ot said cer It liaviiig: : been ordered by his Excellency: WILLIAM P Dishes, cations to insure prompt attention must have enclosed
may come when it will be necessary to strike tificates. udge or Clerk shall also transmit :MAUVIX: Provisional Governor of the State of Flori five dollars. s. P. RICHARDSON & CO.,
da,thai an election be held on the 10th day of Ortobcr August 19-5tp Madison,Florida.
for freedom. But the of mail the -
present duty the by pre-paying postage, proper nextfor Delegates the State Convention,which FLOUR Plates,
Fenians is to keep within the Constitutional enveloped, and addressed to the Provi- U to meet at TulUhasnee. on the 25th day of October, LAND
laws of both the United States and England, sional Governor,at Tallahassee, one of said 1865, it la hereby ordered.. for the government of this!! Cup and Saucers, v AGENCY.A. .
and not sacrifice the object j in view by a pre certificates together with the ballots and command- and for the information of all concerned ROPE H. McCORMICK

mature attempt that may force our Government poll-books of the several precincts he ,
: or 1st. That District, Su .Dislrict and Subordinate Buckets,Tubs,
to withdraw its protecting influenceand shall convey the said certificate, poll-books Commanders, afford every ructicablo facility In distributing AGENT FOR THE SALE, PURCHASE

draw down the swift vengeance of Eng and ballots, properly enveloped and addressed the notices of gaid election, and the proclamation Basket, Brooms, &c of Lands in Forda
Governor MARVIN ; aL>o to aid, when COTTON BAGGING : ..
required Jacksonville
land. as aforesaid to the nearest \ddre'
military post, in the preuervatiou of peace and good order at the Fa.
--.. and deliver the same to the commander to election, and to facilitate forwrd.ingoftho "rol Urn8 August 26 3mp
---- -- ---
be forwarded to this office. flection," and subsequently, the transportation ol I.
S A malady has broken ont among the lemon In counties in which there is neither a Delegates to iu. ( OP COTTON.
In order to aid the Judges of Election
trees of Sicily. A black pot first forms on ,at the var1.ui -
qualified .Judge of Probate, nor a qualified election precincts, In preserving order, the different cHE.
the bark and thenT extends until the whole Clerk of the Circuit Court or in which commanding ,omcers will, 80 lar as -
they practicable OHtablUh or Goods paid for "Cotton" and West
at the market Florida
trunk covered, when the tree dies. If the may neglect or refuse to act, the qualified-) a proper i-Ujnry; ; tuard near each place of election are Invited FIND THAT THE LARGE
I spot i is removed with a knife a sort of excrcscciiCcJiformrd.froin voters are hereby authorized to assemble with) or..f'!".> tu uosist iu tho pre erv Uou of peace prices. \ / corON which we and QUAm
at OW
and order at the request only ot tho Judges of Election
which escapes the county site, and in Dade: county at Indian and to interfere iu no way whatever, except upon to call and examine my Wt country,Georia,require, and us the to unsettled condition of the
Mack and purulent gum, of a nature.quite Key, and elect the judges of the election sitoh request. They will consider themselves merely
lirTerentfromjvrhichissues"froin1 a' healthy who shall have taken the u inilitury pobsc's, to be called into action by the; R. T. HAZZARD d CO. ESTABIO&I A. AT
hitherto I amnesty Ju dgCH of Election; whenever Maid Judges may coufaid stock before purchasing IOUS
plant. All the means employed, ,oath, hold the election, count the er tho ir hervices necessary to the pi enervation ol-peace. { APALACHICOLA FLORIDA 0
such as lime or charcoal, to combat the evil, I votes, and give to the person elected n certIficate I 3d. All Boldiern and employees) the government, September 0-tfFURNITURE for the
have been without effect, and should no re- of his election. Ono of them, so be a who are entitled to vote in the difl'crcut couuticH oft1ij3tate : elsewhere ; as they anassuredthatgreatadyan to our houses purpose at of Liverpool receiving: and forwarding a Cotton
will, en far 1181'O&i\Jlci be ulfyrded facilities torth and New York.
be discovered the will be .
medy consequences on or determined by lot .shall al. We will be associated
greed at
:o c ext-rci'i; : cf Unit 1'1 h'ii. go ; for thin urpobe, it iniihtsU that point wit the most
a national catastrophe, as .,exports annually send by mail, or convey to the nearest military once be ancriuliic't by each commanding ollit'crol FOR einm-nt business men of the country, wi receive,
fresIf7em the amount* of twenty post, as aforesaid, u duplicate certificateof :Florida troops, where tlu- men of his command arc entitled ,SALE.A store, C.a.ges compres aud and forward all cnligmeDt pay tu.H .
millions of francs and lemon Juice for half to \'(" C, and he will so; arrange that they be beau take advances t
election and the books and
the poll ballotsto to the places of oting at the propr time. '1 he men ot LARGE will be W.TS, U"X. CO.. Sew York, W. c. WATIS .
a that sum" AND tage offered ., .
be forwarded to this ofllce, as aforesaid. each county will be formed .tto a 1 MJUU 1 tnt be sent,, STOCK to buy or Lverllo1. 'W.\rS&CO: .New Orean
----- 'Feyeping No person shall act as an Inspector or under the charge of a couiniI'.afrnedo1ilecr, when pructicuble OK1 :TtMJTtTSTiTUHE: wi tQrltd Cotton un te
or otherwise, under chaie,; of a nou-vmnii.s- 0
ofthe election who shall have MOST
At-S rowdedlccture Uethcr a"OQn.g'nd1 Judge not pre. hioned ofilccr, or reliable privatu ; Bach ollicera and JUST RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT] ers over the Savannah or UE.SOXM1L TERMS
.. Ioor if the viouply tnkcn the amnesty oath, and no oth- men( in charge of squads, will be held responsible lortho where owners "
.Stl16dIng"Af'tpc. prefer to
: /JipnestVIrfeh- 'er oath shall be exacted of f fidd; Judges orInspectors proper conduct of each srmad! to and fi om the place AT WELLS' AtrcrIoc AXD COMMISSION STORE:, consign to other houses
cburcbsvu addressed .bYUi.t but their personal honor will be ot voting the good; conduct of the men at tho c.'ection: ,, other Southern Markets.C. Bagging and Furnished
f m4n 2 :>*IDdade;} 8I; I.-diould.! .be' glad to lcd for the prompt rc.tur of oil men .their command< COX.-IaTIfO OK A. FULL VARIETY or Rope ,
considered iu pledged for the faithful antihonest
jrfrc a wite- but the empty. ones; nm nil ) : without lohs by dl'sl'rtol or Riraggling. Table and Chairs, double and single Cottage Bed Shippers can rely open prompt atteotkn. General '
,, you performance of their duties.' 4th. At 1 cnl'Cllcut after the clttol i over, of every Ktodt Enameled Chamber SLAGER patronage 8olct d 0
f full. ,L SIXTJL The commander of the military the commanding officers of every l,08t.wi i rCfUl'HtNI ture, Looking; Glassc. ono hundred double and fur) Address. : 3!.BiaCE,>MORGAN 4CO.
!.. ,'f' '' )...,j..... --. -- department of the Stale: has, in the llhfo.neX'of II)' tho Judges of of Eiectiou.fttcilitaie forwarding oChe Mattresses Lunge beds, wash stands, AC., AC Ac. Sept. Ii1.&achicl Florida-
returns the diflcrrut precincts to tho Judgcu My cloll the above Imme
An Iowa paper) is advising its readers to mail facilities, generously ordered the officers liaU' at each county scat, and wi also aid il& forwarding dlatey. either it ITivato or Public consignment sale. The public; Bay St., Jacksonville. a
hold on to wool Whereupon Prentice remarks anti) soldiers under his command: to aid the returns from each COUn to Tallahassee) ; for respectfully invited to call and examine the stock, LIME. LIME, LIME, LUl:
this purpose, couriers will be employed, when nc-ceHaa- and secure a great bargain atWELLS'
and assist in the distribution of the poll-books ,In
anti-amendment quantities to suit ,
"That's wliat our and ( terawill that purchagen
: ry, junrtermai> so arrange Commission Store
to do." nnd( tlif* proclamation}: : and l in fN.jrill! I tlat:' "!i toui-h n{ convenient pnillR on Onlf 'oaRt.Hlawer I Au.tOllnd At'p'. 12,1ffr. H. T. 10T.
in til ffpl.mhfrIf lay-'treet.
:-: men Kentucky are tiring ) Inll Fernandina Fla.. April W, l! .

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