Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1865
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00029
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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JOB PHINTIXO j -" s--- rY2L:2 -. Lincoln's. first.elcctii4| in 1860, having .

and \ JACKSONVILLE FioB&SYRDAY OCTOBER 28 1865. NO. .n ascertained (that Hessrs.Davis! and Toombs .
1 a every style,neatly promptly executed.JNO. 1 ,. . ,. ; -
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'UIII minn io n MerchantN. "THE CONQUERED BANNER.JonnuLJ contente-Uie tastlns the/Bboicest- 'of 'th"eS|l qoeD, 61 require his care; he works from time'' iy and the loungers about the- plfobed I I Mr. Crittenden's resolutions as aiT adjustment :" 't

HAY Sr.. JACiBosTjut., ,-Ti. -. .--- Furl that Burner I for tt now and then s w Dpuiane onrr>!n4ut 6n!1 t to time. ..fct.b.l.qt6S. plantation.after plantatiOn an audience quite .sufficient to rouse Mrs. of the issue between. the North, and.. ] -
WILLIAM O. weary Thanks to a tasteful Creator for these rs"Bartlest's" is abandoned and the returns public provocation to a' due *!
JEFFBEYS 'Booad IU staff'til drooping dreary; country Moriarty,.on the South,if offered i in good faith ,by toe _
C ., ULIliP4iOfl IercIiKflt.JAcK'oILLr Furl it,told it.lt U bttt ; "and uDu," nder vhoaa :: tufts primeval forest,-he is :confined more exhibition of her powers.. O'Connell commenced North, and that that proposition had been" '.

FLt.FiLNKLIDIBBLE. For then' not a m&n to'wiir*ltt golden ikini lusciousneas lies a melting_anivolnptoous snot more to-the society'of his own race ;tmd the attack by'asking : rejected after consulting;-with the then Pres'l- -t : :

And then1 not a nrort a ve It. "Flemish Beauties'," whose .finh.eu ..-. .though not more'addicted to crime, is rapidly "Wha '8ihe, price ,of'this wclking-stick, dent Buchanan and others, I went to spring- :('

rniuiulKsiom Arrrhsrat.JACKSOTHUJE And In Uu tben'i blood not which one heroes left to laTe It cheeks an anchorite mighi be excused for ,receding mto a savage state.. During slavery ; Mrs. What's your name f' field, to induce Mr. Lincoln' come. to Washington .-'
:, Fu: And its;foes now con and gar brre it;-,- biting: Here are grapes-IsabeUas,Concord,; the dissenting ministers possessed great "Moriarty, sir, is"my.name_ ; and a good one bj his influence with his friends secure :

I'U : j>a('v'-awd.(nsijmnwnt or advance* to C.B.IbMei in Cash 3few or;aapplim York. Furl 1t,hide it,.let it real. I. and Catawbas-from the vineyards and magnificent influence over him ; he now prefers :the 'eS- it 1s too, and what have you to say agin it tand : its adoption, and thereby prevent dis- :
luaM In .
_; T&ksthe-t Banner down !lt1. tattered clusters. nursed to absOlute p fection; tablished church, because.it costs him :noth-. one-and six-pence's the price of the union. Mr. Buchanan authorized me to say r

('Ai.mvi1t.i4 k MORRIS, Broken 11 ltIlrtd and&.. ; under glass; Thanks to Noah or' Bacchus ingi but he jcares little for ,either. Not feeling stick. Troth, it'sas cheap 'as iiirt, so it ig.'JOheand.sixpence to'Mr..Lincoln that if he? would do so he'
SlVfESSORS TO BREWER & CALDWELL, And the U h08t are sc&red), some say that Bacchus was none ,other than the want of education, he does-not' ..seekit for 'sub a walking would be Teceived with all the respect due to .

t ;iVrroN r.MTois: AM GENET.i, COMMISSION O'er whom floated high. the great ark-wright. Scripture under a. fot his children, whom he prefers'employ stick< ? whew why you arc no better "than him as the President elect Mr. Lincoln declined

:\rLIlCIIA' S. Oh hard! Hia to think hard form there to old it ; heathen name-for' giving' us the ,vine>-* 'ing' 'in hia. own. service. Hence neither an'impostor, to ask dne-and-six-pence. for going to Washington, but wrote,.as -
DOne to hold It ;
20 Old Slip. Xf"W York. Hard that those who once unrolled ItNow t Thanks to art and culture' for 'blowing .churches nor. schools. are wanted in Jamaica,' what cost only two-p ."' he told me, to one of the;senators from Illinois ', -,;,

.. ,I. ...1.i''Inl..In.; C. MOBKIK, .&. mu ten It with iigh.- natnralh globules to such full proportions' ,;! but congregations i,.scholars. TheseobEerTaUons -' "Twcrpence youi grandmother replied giving his SCnt.I ] '". ': H- _

Cm Furl that Banner i furl it aaily; and.flffing them with supernatural fiai s.; areconfirmed by the last .returns Mr 'Biddy. "Do you mean to say.that ft';' After' the'tall ofRichmbnd I saw' 'Presi-5 ":'',

\ :-:tit--I.- Onee ten thooaandi naOed It gladly Let us not waste pity on !.->.TlpoeKjpicnre j which! fix the diminution of children in: the' : cheating! the people I am ?' Imposter- dent Lincoln there. net' told me 'that-Tie"'

.IA. ,. r..i:1ciIIu). L .. *(ThtO.i'.tIItIIILD And ten thontandi wfldlj;aaAly,, had enjoyed thelrnk befo" r*,:ie sdtbols. La 185 ,,js compared,whh-'thC vprevisSyear : d ed.".- 'came to Washington resolved to carry o iin'-' .

& nonlx"oxnlLEn Swore would forercr.W.T- *'v""'" was choked by the seed. He died with the : it'two thousand, .and show this ".)', imposter, and it's that I call yon to good faith,the pledges that jie'gave to me at*" .r ," : ._ .

INI. Swore thatXoeman'a sword could never flavor of the Chian his decrease to be less in those be would .->," .' _
Hearts like theirs entwined dissever, grape upon palate conspicuous your.teeth, replied O'ConnelL Springfield,viz': that, as President, he .
MEBCHAXDISE, BY GOODS, Ah !melons. The cantelope as' the established church of Englandand favor of which the South'would
I. a:\ UL 'Till that flag would float forever 'rough a lpngingto "Come cut your st'rif'k'Ot cantankerousackanapes. no measure .

r.acjTJE. HAUDWARE, ETC.. ETC.. O'er their freedom or their grare. ball of cordage witho, but lined with ; Scotland, than in those of the. Baptists ." have cause to complain and that it was upon : ."

Kay Rtfl, Jotl-tonrille }'I". I'urllt for the hand that grup it. edible gold, every mouthful of which is worth and Independents. We can. scarcely blame "Keep a civil] tongue in your head, you his recommendation that' the constitutional _

4 iUiC1 rnOlPTI.YITI "DIU TO o And the hearts that fondly duped It, a prince's' ransom.. And what an aroma 1 1Azim. the negro following_ the bent of his inclination old diagonal," replied O'Connell, calmly. amendment,proposed by! Mr. Corwra: as a

.Iotl'mlICr9 -tf Cold and dead are Ijing low.; inhaled no oder more' sensuous in the ; but it is evident that under these "Stop your jaw, you pug-nosed badger; or substitute for the one offered by Mr. Adams,

-. --- And that Banner it It trailing. seduction- ber'of the Veiled Prophet.- circumstances-unless there is a large and immediate by this and tint," cried Mrs. Moriarty, "HI of Massachusetts, was adOpted by biq friends' .
U. U. .\XnnEWH.TTOll I While around it aounda the walling .
These water-melons, too-but let us cleave supply of immigrant to meet the make you go quicker than you come." in Congress as follows :' .
EI' AND COUXSLXLOK AT LAW. Of iU people in their woe ;
\ I For though conquered they adore it. one through the center. Lola t double hive, expense of whose introduction, averaging at "Don't be in a passion, my old radius.- "That no amendment stall be made to the :. .4

J\CK OxnLlJ, FLA. Low the cold dead hand that bore I:. full of honeycblmb more delicious than was least tlO a head there are no available funds Anger will only wrinkle your beauty." Constitution which will ?iuthorize or give ; ,.' .

I yr,( -Jf.q i t 1:1.r, j' PI'MM" lThr1aFs. Weep for ihote who fell before it, ever stored by the bees of Habla in the "hol- all societyill come to a speedy end, and "By the hokey, if you say another word of Congress power to abolish; cir interfere,within -

.. 2 tf Tardon those who trailed and tore it, low oak." Wait for the island become a second Hayti. Alreadythe .
.I't. us a moment, good impudence, I'll tan your dirty hide, any state, with the domestic institution -

I r. oitn. M- lSnEE.. And Now oh to!farl wildly and fold they it deplore BO. It. reader, while we bury our face in a blushing enormous depreciation of property has you bastely I common scrub; and sorry I'll thereof including that of persons held to labor rf. ; .

WHEATON segment-and take at once a bath and a banquet caused the ruin of so many, that the name of be i to scil my fist with your carcass." or servitude by the laws of said state." .

FRANCIS Furl that Banner 1 true 'tis gory, There !our whole innerrman is refreshed Jaimaica proprietor, once used proverbially "Whew, boys ? what a passion old Biddy In.reply':to an appeal which I made to him r
Yet tin wreathed with ,
.TINT. JTTX1E I' t h Of"i'rarticc TBOIJATE of FOR Latr.J.CTAI.Office COT corner of And 'twill live in around'ung and story glory, and comforted. Green-gages? No to indicate wealth, i is now associated with is in I protest, as I am a gentleman." for peace, President Lincoln's words were, in .
H.1'f:1 and Market strct-ta. Al'o. .\?t'nt fn r the I Thought U fold are in the duet : wonder that some fifty years ago the "solid poverty aud distress. "Jintleman jintleman The like of you a substance, as follows t -

j-tircha-0 tolle'r*and 21 file of Jteal: Emato. Ie I'oIta fame on brighest pages, men" of England used to call a hundred This melancholy' picture is borne out by jintleman TVisha, by gor, that bangs Ban- "If yon want peace, come back into the .'

AATTOllNliYS CIiomEI: I. Penned by poet and by eager, thousand pounds a "plum." The green-gage the statistics of the production of the island agher. Why you potatoe faced pippen tnion. If yon wish to keep your slaves, ; -
COOPER Shall go sounding down tbrOQeh ages- we take it, had been th before and since emancipation.: The : '
AT I.A\V. : Furl Its fold though BOW we mnlt.i n newly intro- sneezer, when did a Madagascar monkey like come in and vote as States, against the con :
duced, and shop-keeper John Bull, as he following figures are taken from I ho same unexceptionable you pick up enough of common Christian da- stitutional amendment abolishing slavery.I .-
JiCKSOXVlLLE, FLA.f i Furl that Banner aoftly lowly :
smacked his lips over itsgum-sacchrine, natu- authority : cency to hide your Kerry brogue T cannot recall proclamations.. It will :
.. Treat it is
gently it holy-
( ; < r.u.v. Sputi4 1:1."IJt"'lUtl'l' i Value "
l' : For it droops above the dead, rally compared it to that apple of his eye, Year Inp>iri rif. Eipartt.llueof ". ;y now," cried O'Connell, with imperturbable be for the courts to decide-whether they are .
.- 'I Touch it not-unfold it never, his gold. What a compliment to the fruit, 1809.. ... .....!4,068,897 3,033,234 good humor "don't choke your- law or'not. Of that you must judge. But I ; ," c
.. noe.GLTI'ryonxc 1810 .. 4,308,337 -J,303,579 -i
t Let it droop there/urW forever, that money-loving John should have likenedit 1S33.' .... .. 864.094 37,27C self with fine language,you old whiky drink. have the pardoning: power, and will use i ;'"
\ AT LAW ALSO XOTAP.V 1TKL1C, For its people's kopet are dead, to a hundred thousand pounds Whatare 1854 ... .... .. .... .. 403,520 932,316 parallelogram. r freely. a -

The circumstances in which the free negroes '
these?-nectarines and :
[From the Round Table.} apricots. We "What's that you call me, you murderin'cIlhian This conversation was in 4he presence of

Will ntelOd1 tttend:lo rrott'Ir.R.aU tS.tera.f'. ronnecte-i Ojtc'(tempera with noting v) atrt aud i- \i October Sentimentally and HensnonsljrConsidered. have seen better in Europe; for either from find themselves in Jaimaica, are almost f roar'11 Mrs. Moriarty, stung into General Weitzel, Judge Campbell, late of the- -
identical with those in Southern
d.-nCC'. Cm 1 lack of proper culture or because the climateis the States. fury. S.upreme Court, one of general Weitzel
N'\t1Jlbcr 3 The climate renders subsistence i with
Reams have been written on the sylvan not propitious to them, the nectarine and possible 1 call you," answered O'Conneli, "a parallelogram : aids, and several other; and I was told, and

s. SI.J ;('.. I glories of the American autumn. Such pictorial the apricot dwindle and' degenerate on this little labor ;the freedmen have not much and a Dublin Judge or .Jury believe, that in consequence of the conversation '- t i.

.\lTOU LY AT !?.\\,, thinkers as Brainerd, Bryant, and side of the Atlantic. They manage thes taste for the artificial comforts and luxuries : would say it's no libel-to call you so." held with Judge Campbell and myself, .

G.IZYE'VXLLE, TLUBIflA. Washington Irving have reproduced them in matters better in France. Here we have a which are the chief incentives to steady industry "0, tare and ouns. 0, holy Biddy that and the pledges then given to u?, President

Will attend promptly to aU ca.os before tUe Military shower of apples-Spitzenbergs. ; and land is abundant and cheap. Lincoln in letter "
("tUft.lt Jacksonville or LnVe City. thoughts that breathe with their spicy fragrance Seek-no- an honest woman like me should be called a a addressed to General -

AHga-12 Imp and burn with their matchless splen- furthers, Baldwins, and Geeenings. Excel We understand there is a strong feeling in parrybcllygrum to her face. I'm none of Weitzel, authorized the meeting of the'Virginia -

ARCHIBALD T. BANKS 4oiAs the season returns, memory recalls lent, no doubt, but we have no relish'for the South against so modifying their state your parrybellygrum, you rascally gallowsbird Legislature, according :to the notice '

.tTI OItNEY AT LAW the old pictures of these poet-limners and them in the presence of the rarer autumn laws as to permit the negroes to acquire and ; you cowardly, sneaking, plate-licking. subsequently inserted in the Richmond pa

*.llxunLLE FLORIDA.ViU even amid the filth, the evil flavors, the fruits. Let them be sent to the stJro-room hold land ; a feeling justified by the resultsof blaggard." pers. -- .

\ attiu ,*rc. July 29-tf course tumult of.this sordid Babylon, the them welcome-they that be raised small of "Oh, not you, indeed," retorted O'Connell. Gen. Sherman's comment on the proceedc.
can on a
solemn quiet of the musky October woods will mellow in the meantime. A few peachesroll corn patch "Why:, i suppose you'll deny that you keep ings of the Secretary of War justifies the b- : :
T. T. IX>XG, ground sufficient to enable a family olive -
I seems to steal in upon our hard city natures out of your cornucopia, Pomona, but 'a hypothcneuMj in your house.:? lie that Mr. Lincoln's instructions to him,: .

S ATTORNEY AT L.\W, and tranquilize our restless city souls. they are the lees of the crop. The sumptuous in a climate requiring slight shelter, lit- "It's a lie for you, you bloody] robber. I relative to the termination the war, were"

LAKE CITY F. : specimens of the tribe went out with tIe clothing, and scarcely any fueL -The negroes -! given in the and the disavowal '
Say not that the theme is hackneyed. Custom never had such a thing in my house, yon same spirit ;
July 2t-Gmp. land of their would be ]
(n own, nearlylost
i cannot stale its infinite poesy. Couldwe September, and these are cold-humored and swindling old thief." of the arrangements first made between-

AOT1CE. live a thousand years, the Eden that cornea sallow Embalmed in white brandy, duly to the community as liborers ; they "Why, all your neighbors know very well Generals Sherman and Johnston .indicates
would contribute to the ] "
H. C. VAUGHAN, down from heaven upon the earth with these sugared, however, they will not be bad to I nothing general that you not only keep a hypothenuse, but that surrender of General;Lee having intervened ,
wealth and would relapse steadily toward I
; ,
Physician and Surgeon sweet October sunbeams would charm our take in December. that you have two diameters locked up in the government at Washingtonr: ";4'. "
barbarism. At all events this has been the
Ofit'f'in Saimnis":;OL'k trf.b Dr. Tp on.Oct. age as they charmed our youth and our ma- And so, Pomona, we come to the little end result in Jamaica and it,is powerful your garret, and that you go to walk with were then unwilling to make: peace on the : -

'.-tf. turity. It seems as if one were nearer heavenin of your horn, and to the end,. too, of the ; argu. them every Sunday you heartless old hepta terms suggested by Mr. Lincoln at Rich !'
ment for caution in the Southern States until
this "Sabbath of the year." The rural. space to which we must limit this gush of gon." mond. .

Practice ofJledicine and Hurert world l looks saintlier than in the workdayseason I sentiment and,sensuousness. Vale, reader' the negro has had a period of probation in a I "Oh hear that, ye saints in glory Oh !tthat's I make no comment. The facts are as '. -
condition of freedmen. r
n n.ha EMILE profession T. SABAL serricei RESPECTFULLYTEXDEESLj to the citUem 0 flack- when mission is to grow. Nature until we. meet.again in print,'which, if this As the bad langvage for a fellow who wantsto stated. DUFF, GREEN;

ontiUe and .. ceases from her labors, puts on her holiday screed find favor with thee, we swear by all t 1 regards' suffrage question, we stand pass himself off for a jintleman. May the S. I j -
Office and rooms (far the present) at A.A CaioY'i on the impregnable ground of President A Lesson for Ladle -
resilience, corner and W and into an ecstatic tra ee that .egotistic shall be- before the waxing with mincher from
bay &sblngton street, where garments, goes divil fly away you, you We listened week
that the federal a
Johnson has an exchange
government says ,
may be found t all timen, when
professionally that
except these
moon gilds fair October has
Wise is the citizen who out from the nights and make fro 1\1
goes Munstcr, celery sauce your
engaged.DROFESSIOXAL. nothing to do with it But if we were citizens to a touching funeral sermbn over the bodyof
.r.t. 2-m pent-up town into her large domain, to 'walk gone the way of moons and men. J. B. limbs."
southern he is rotten a woman who had died in
of a state, as we shouldbe young suddenly :
with her in her radiant dream, until the premonitory e "Ah, you can't deny the charge, you miserable
disposed to practice the same caution consequence having fifteen; teeth extract.
,touch winter begins to dissolve From the Xew York World.] t
1 tenders lui services u Physician ao4 Surgeon to which he exercised in Tennessee, when, as submultipleof duplicatel\tio. ted. She was youthful, plump active full
the Jaefeo&rflie and sorronadinjr the vision. Now re.her features Toe Jfeffr Sa&Vaffe IMO. Tbe Free eIrI'Oe8
people country.1'articclar -- delightful "Go rinse mouth in the Liffy, you
attention wQl be given to dl women 1 military governor, he aided to reconstruct the your of vitality, and overflowing with vivacity,but ,
and children. Office at his residence corner of For. begin to stiffen and shrink in "cold obstruc- of Jamaica. basis. nasty tickle-pitcher. After all the bad words her teeth though enough in -.
state on an anti-negro good. quality,
cytli and Hogan-streets. 3m July 8 tion's apathy ;" now, ere' .she puts on her Our greatexperiment emancipation,and --. S you speak it ought to be filthier than your in ,
comely she
white and down into her the collateral questions to which it has given O'Connell ana the Scold. were .appearance as. ,
grave-clothes, goes chicken ofBeelzebub.
MEDICAL NOTICE. DR.E.S.ALDIICu, I face, you dirty thought desirable. To think!;was to, decide .
and Surgeon, late of San Frandseo, hard fiepukher, there to lie until spring, rise render,the conduct of the freedmen in One of the drollest] scenes of vituperation "Rinse yOUTrfllOUthY0U wicked old poly decide
CaUCornia, be consulted at his office at Mrs. Ilndnall's with.hen, was ,Jto, act_ Forthwith.
may West Indies of4
British consid -
dressed in floral garlands shall come to rollaway the a' topic that O'Connell ever figured in took place in :
Mamtion Houte, at the Store J. To the deuse I pitch blustering "
or Drug of Mr. gon. you you she proceeded to a dealer dnd had ten .dc
Jones. the stone; now;while intensest. :green erable interest' We can, indeed, draw thenceno the,early part ofhis life. Not long after he I intersection stinking superfices." f
June 91th-tf. fective masticators drawn. Bat this was cot .
clothes the'pastures and all the hues of sunset arguments for or against emancipation ;' was called to the bar, his character and peculiar tinker's if ;;
--- "You apprentice, '
,saucy youdon't sufficient. She resolved to have
Dr. J. A. H. TODD. a complete -
flame on the wooded hills; now, when for that is an achieved fact, out of the domain talents received rapid recognition from 1'11-" '
M AS remored to JacksonTiUe FILE and will continue cease your jaw, set of artificial teeth in her' mouth of :
II the practice of hisprofe sion in aU ita the forest walks are paved with mossy verdure of CCn veny- But the conduct of the all who were casually acquainted with him. But here she gasped for breath, tumbled to solid make and handsome Five f
Office and RoomLp stairs in C. Nichols BaUdlnr, and berries West India is pertinent to the i for aspect..
and red and purple yellow ; negroes question His talent vituperative language was perceived j
Bay Street where he may be found at all boors unless hawk up any more words; for the last volley sound teeth should not stand ;tin the of .
profession ally.engaged. vegetable gems lie thick on the soft carpeting conferring the elective franchise on and by some he was, even in those of O'Connell had nearly knocked the t
23-Gm the accomplishment her desire. The den
sept ; now, while the parasitic plants drapethe the freedmen;.for if they turn out ,to be idle, days, considered matchless as a scold. How wind out of her. tist remonstrated. "Save at least I

KILL SEAT FOB SALE. rugged pillars of the sylvan temple with thriftless vagabonds, they are not the kind of ever, there was at that time in Dublin a ,your eyeteeth : \
sale Lot, snltable While I have tongue, rn abuse you, you i ,said he. But no she was confident '
subscriber offers .
TiLE vrtrate a ;
and and in 'graceful festoons men to control by their votes the action of who had ,
: certain
scarlet gold, hang woman, Biddy Moriarty;' a .
I for a mill tHe,situate OB th* St. Johns at I most inimitable periphery. Look at her she could endure the
I pain and she would not
ctlow Bluff., For *. &apply to : -that put to. .shame tbe-moSt. gorgeous the government The antecedent probabilities huckster's stall on one end of the quay, nearly I '
B. V. BAL81N. ,I boys there she stands-a convicted perpendicular be baulked in enterprise. Out -came the -
Daenerrean Saloon Bay Street. JacbonTtUe.ptember9:2mp upholstery of art-from tree to tree; now, are, that freed negroes .commingled in opposite the Four Courts. ; She was a vira- There's
in contaminationin
petticoats. teeth.. She did endure the pain, and like a
when the tawny nuts and acorns patter down the same community with the Anglo-Saxon go of the first order, very able with her fists, circumference and ; "
her 4e.,trembles. with heroine. She went home rejoicing in her '
with a pleasant sound on last year's with race will act pretty.much.the same both in and still more formidable with her tongue.- :
Jacksonville Hotel, guilt down to the extremities of her corolla- and in the
courage, ,successful resujt of her
ered leaves, and the squirrels are a-foraging ; the West Indies and in Southern States. It From one end of Dublin to the other she ,, t
(formerly known as the Florida Boose.) ries. Ah you're found out, you, rectilineal adventure. But she little: dreamed of the.consequences. \ ,
now, ere the wood-thrush and the wren have is possible they may do better ; but their con wasnotorious_ 'for her 'powers of abuse, and .. ,
been thoroughly and newly for- antecedent and equiangular old hag 'Tis :
repaired Being a woman of powerful
HAVfSa,U now open for the accommodation of the ceased to warble,nd while the; late wild- duct in the.West Indies is such as to enjoin even in' the provinces ,Mrs. }Iorif Y's lan- will with .
thedeyil fly. porter and self-control
away you will vast
you l she had nerved
traTeQing poblic- in
flowers still.bloom' the! insect caution and prudence entrusting them had into
are ; now'while uage passed currency I
HADDOCK L DUYSDALZOtt. awiping similitude of the bisection of a vor
herself by an almost superhuman effort to the..
&- Prrprictors;. world is humming its melodious, death-. with power which, once conferred, can never -The dictionary of [Dublin slang ,had been [ tex." .
task set before'heG.b t. the reaction had. ",
-- ; yettocome.
"-- hew when the recalled. considerably nlagcdbyhriud volu-
song; ; resplendent-nights ,are her.
0 v erwhelmed with this torrent language, The
F. IVI. MYRELL, lovelier. even than the days,and the moon and i I I I The description which-we' here introduceis ble impudence had almost. become proverbial over-strung-: nerveua system -

,Steamboat and.. Ship Agent; stars seem to come nearer to the earth, :as if taken from no party pamphlet, ,from no Some of O'Connell's friends, however, Mrs. Moriarty she was silenced.i iit Catching O'Coiiiiell'shead up the when it began to relax- gave,way in a gualu -
was aiming
saucepan .
. A nd OommiMiwn'4:General Forwardlnff7M12 .enamored :"by,it marvelous'beauty-- 'o, 'I is. interested. letter-writer who has a point' to ., thought he could beat her at the use or' her Complete prostration A.longconopaled .
made time-
: when he
;: It C'U A: N'T.: the time to leave the man-made town and carry but from one of the highest and; most i own"'weapons. Of this, .however, he :had very" prudently a, organic disease of.the heart suddenly-

.Bay Street, tevaanab. Geerrla.: give the soul holiday in God's land. impartial authorities that can be" named. It' some doubt-l himself when he had listened ly retreat., ". developed its mischievous character.- Death..,

(second door- Wert atA. Low fc:Co.) Nor does this, magnificent' month .delight, is from'the article "Jamaica" in the last 'edition once or twice"to some minor specimens "You hae011: the wager,, O'Connell, quickly came upon her, twoor; three hours.
unsorpassed facilitias. (in eonnectioo wiU Steam '. cried the men wbot proposed the contest"Here's -- after '
_her rejoicing and before the teetncould]
; HAS Ship and BaUroada and Adams Express Co,)' the spirit alone., It1! is.richly fraught with of the:Encyclopedia Britannica, .written billingsgate.. It was mooted once.whether "
for forwarding. for no other purpose than to convey accurate the Kerry bariiercpuld: encounterher your bet. bc. completed :that were tq beautify/ her
Hem TO-Ilanter Jt Oaminen,Bell Wylly ChrU- edible blessings that tickle the sensiblitics of young -?- friends
tian &'.& Ga. Geo. F.' oa..k' Co., L. B. the sensuous.. -.And'let:"It not be. ..upPoaUW and trustworthy information. Let our negrosuffrage ;and one of the company:(hi1 O'Connell's ,A friend just returned from New*York tells mouth,her followed her corpse' to the, --
Davis W.A.JInff. E.C. Letrrell Jc Co. Ma- 1 TVhat lesson ladies.How .
-- I eon. g.M.V rdery. P P. 'PeaM Atlanta. .L A.Di. animal,and poetic enjoyment are,incompatible. men read it with care and,'ponder it presence) rather ridiculed the.idea.of his beIng : pretty good"-story of anllimoisian" who. i t'grave., a- _, .' -
Lorme:, Ceo.V..Long Dzrlen.. ,i.8. gammis k Co,J.. well! ? I ble' toe'famoui'Madam ;'MoriartyV : -
to meet -
aGrMl47.JacksoiiTille.na. Teasdaie Bead.H.L. A poetictethpaincnt refines .theappatite was stopping the same 1 te1. On Sunday THE POPE LrvE&r-i-An:English Cath-i : -

- I Har&Iatka.: Fla. LOCt.144m,. anJd'A'; .fine. appetite 4' ,' ,well served, "Hitherto" .its historv.' since. .emancination- :. O'Connell euaui. tdea.of." the Western man, being. .desirous. of hearing olio journal'States that the ,stories of the- '

tends to suftaitfand vivify.a poetic tempera has".been discouraging the friends of liber put down and confessed blsv readiness en several of the, more'famous' ,pulpit orators.of pope's extravagance are'\-wilful -and .wicked -

I tT1-1fovAz;. ment. Thought t'cannot aoar on ft lentendietj; ty.. The.negro,'on.whom'the 'cultivation of counter her,and.even backed himself:tj g"I' the'tropolis, went in the ,morning: to.Dr.- exaggerations, lIla personal expencestfor. -

l Tiii I stock SCB8CBIBEKS of good from-JIAT gore JTo.BEHOVED 4. Bay Street TflZIR.ioVdls luxuriant {far ''J e1B ''luxurious l) &jIpvcrc.neYer theUland,depends baa*:gradually 'retired; tnaffi.,,'3ets" 'were'. offered" _'rid_ ,taken.1. and" Chapin's church,'bat heard stranger preach wmdi carriages(or,dollars stables),a&:month,.do.not[; His"amount own .to table. 70. -"

*\U rt time*Anction only Atore as they wbsre are determined they my be:lo fooad.dose'far tOM* yet born of Spartan fared, ;KJncJPlorldei1ccfii. from labor, and, ;rrogred .in '*h&:.socialscale.1 was decided that the matter should come off from'the text; "But 'Simpn'tf wife's., mother costs one, scndi a day,ana ajl he spends! re*. -:

tbelr entire stock of goods. with.la the next twenty, cognizant of this'important 1 ; This does not arise from'any'.,hostiW at .. lay,sick of' a fever..' In the afternoon Tie tarns,to his people as luxury ria unknown in ..

- days,recardkM of cost. Country merchants. mtln has endowed feeling toward the whites,. with whom :-be ;Tlpart- adjourned:to'the'huckster's stall( went to '' Plymouth Church,.and the papal.court, and the pope's,own taste and : i
feet and :hence\
med metaphiskal ; \
traders womld do well to rail and examine fot
- the : ; heard the arne discourse, from the :samepreacher. habits are those ora. prIest: o( most modest '
; lowing cash. liE of artlcUa-. ,.as they will- be sold"- cheep. lot,. sentimental auturan- the season ,when 'therine usually,lives OIL the most amicable terms1* and'there was'the, owner herself;superinten,4ing Going in the evening "tO' ir. Oak pretension' I* --., -

. Ladies nd Graf floes Boots. KhirU 8msUone, ,afflatus ijj Tmost Inclined to stir:.vdthinus is the naturalresult,of.removing"all restraint | the sale., of"her\small .wares> ,. A, few, good'schurcn, he found the same'clerj !' .. .-e_: ,_- :

haying Cards,CJotM Tailor' TrfamBtojr Bboolder with rare"rment if creat f'Jiom from s people low in civilization; and>consequently Joungers and 7agga idleis.were also hans I and thfr.fiame'thenie''VSimonV wife's mother According to the.New York,Tribune,. tbe -
A ; ;
the .

Army luadaCaTT.: Hardware, Tiownv; ... _. < ; '
=,, ,Clears JTcbacco. Bettor Cb.es ; Store*, forts.' In October'all the" 'meats- : become At. :wUbfewartiflcisi; ; wants bj*:.conn! Jjig around the.stalls for Biddy was.a. "char- laytlckofa fever.w. The.nextday' ,, the President informed Dean Richmond that he. : -
,Canned Goods Bates.Yankee Notions 8o.d& patient hearer of the thrice-told discourse should innp wise InterfertwJth; New York -
\\1 Water' Apparatns for bottling purposes Business and'J*. October.beef,:Imuttoni .joflf.veal-tIJ."hero.land is; so superabundant. 'The. acter, amfin! her way' ivaione of the .sights, was rossIng toBrookyn1n" a- ferry' boat, politics; that he considered himself 'pledged '. .
0118-*>OTr 4 s.co'>******PJwHograpWe.. .* Jamaica i caaeanvnough' sugarplantation !pfD blin. when the alarm bell ia ,the Park to no and that :. ,
Ambrotfps Casea.-71. >b Hook and Linta tc, Jcc. are no 1ak comestbjMjDm1 negro agitated the'l .party, only {those who approved
I .- CW.DESKI8kCO.: iit3ii1insage.drit4 and ta a fewweoks to ,bur L.small O'Connell was very confident. of success.He .- air with its great shock of Bound and a man of;bis present policy could beregarded, ".
F KO.a.Merchanta'; Bow Ullton Head& C, 9 behind him inquired:why that bell iris 1:toll as his friends.: He further stated that that :
t-A'." "4 4di of freehold:Iftcdv, The wood .it had laid a ingenious plan for j
. .upon : pyerbbnilng
a4ftJ1" Aectton8tore, e21c-ThJa ) p yery '
Oct 7 iscs.U mo&h"1fa *_plt tteens : ng. .Looking up,he aw
fDa18! J : ,:! :, .. .bd D'JObk." '&iIt, forms.hi*cottage"; the Tcgetabl swhicb grow hcr and, with all the anxiety of ane4tcpr1mentahIaltedIo. 'j countenance of the peherandwaspropt pursuing U:not Mexpertae f,\but the .set-: _" ..:'. .; .

.:JO. PIIINTIff Tilt, / 'b>i of. .pknty.-* .= .' *buxom- 1 m.-t*,' upon It'ftlciost spontaaffottrfy su porthiaintolertbla \ : ; put. It i inj I to'reply, :.."1 ,think Simon'*:rsrifcVTaother tied course which he has determined ton carr :, '.' :

,. 1 1X 1 your '.. rcmfam WflbI1tIEWOPt7 i practice;;*%fy$ time rConneli'i o wrt pari 1 1.j i J. must be dead ; I heard three times WAtmtay out wlthontreferencet lo twIshea r f nr, -r

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--'- The Puritan in his rage has tried ;destroy 1 DOMESTIC NEWS. by the President, who has wisely orderedthe San Publo;and eleven other guns in Chihuahua I BY TELEGRAPH.If -

.1' HieJACKSONVILLE.l ritln( ciuiot.i us;he has but pro\"cn to be the instrument .NORTH CAROLINA. withdrawal of the colored Droops from andj&viciflitjY. A battalion of FrenchZouaveT l rum th Savannah Herd Oc ZJnLJWAMIIXOTON
Oct 20.
., Providence to put us on our true way.to Governor Holden telegraphed the' President lire'State, and published l! his proclamationab'pilshlng haT ,takcn-., the forhfel position to-day, a brief-but Alexander gratifying II.iriler-gc?

i fc it, .: prosperity and power. N&'DetpcrandvmJ 'on the 7th,'inst, from Raleigh, informing I i i martial law.therein. -.,. 'kowta CoL.' De. Chamal, between Tula phen view ha the PresIdent He was accompanied .

: fi '.. = OCT. 28. 1865, --- .- him that,the Convention had passed :the. "'.' ,'""",: .SLpUISIANA.,1:; "*. .The'posHion hail( been for. J)1 Judge Lbrme of Gerga

/' l.'g. STICgHEY. Editor and Proprietor. FREEDOM OF THE. PRESS.' following ordinance :- I' There has been some littles stir'tn this :tlfid by theJua4.h[ ;, and the gunners refuSngfta *- It i is "currently reported that
":' : Editor. We have the honor to acknowledge the 'That 'slavery, 'or involuntary servitude between'the- civil,and militaryauthorJtiiVoii l ; yield, 'were killed at their post President Johnson has unconditionally. par.doned .
.. : HOLMES STKJSLE. Ajioel&to reception of the f llow ng'circular, which other than for crime, whereof the party shall account of certain "'appointments made by Such is in wretched John Mitchell, formerly editor or the
the'refginggtteornl.i Riclrtnond
have been convicted shall be and is Equirer.
duly ,
::.-0', was sent us under "official" cover, and we correspondence -
Wells which became
NIL D'ES'PEl1 5D1YJI. hereby forever prohibited within the State".. Governor objectionable we.glea ( The Norh Carolina Convention adjourned

> Though the South is now passing through take occasion- ventilate it for the benefit of i And the Governor states that it altogether -; to General Canby, who called for their antecedents from that ,country.- I last assemble on the fourth Monday
all concerned: AMERICA. of 3Ioy next. An ordinance was passed
befr the. repudiating -
permitting parties appointed
_ tribulations!, under a dark cloud with which q probable that the Convent ont will "ignore ,I debt the State
I : '" Providence has draped her, yet those tribulations HEAD-QUARTERS DIST. EAST FLORIDA, }) the rebel State debt" A committee on 'general --I to enter upon the duties 6f their offices;; The prognostication which we offered: our prosecuting any the cte. by for
and General idanJs. tohnve roaderalasLweekbased'upon- military .
: reported
which shall had been appointed by the '
? are but the incentives October 21,1805.' amnesty ; A'despatch from Jackson,Miss.( Judge
) '; '7 martial the energy,and the courage that shall [CIRCULAR No. 1.] President of the Convention, consisting .of; approved of his proding. These facts i situation of the contending powers, has been I'I Shake and J. S. Alcom are elect says Sntor. -
i having he verified,.and n battle hac resulted.' election has
T. R Caldwell Clark; : ; to President, To'alled
strengthenSouthern arms and hearts to scatter The practice of abusing Government officials Messrs. Gilliam, : enrepored I
in the legislature in favor of ,the
them; and that.cloud is gilded with the either CIVIL OR MILITARY, by the Press Cowper; Tucker, Gehagan.Henrahan! sent Secretary Stanton and enquired with powers having concentrate and made of negro testimony in the Courts. admission
t : of this District, must be discontinued at once, I The Correspondent some warmth whether thejnterference of the their dispositions in a military point_of view,
founded Jones Sash and Love. Raleigh -
-: light of promise, for Destiny, upon otherwise the offices of such offenders will be NEW YORK, Oct. 20-The bark Anderson
her : of the 2Y.: Herald the military commanders.was by order of the attacked the Paraguayans and achieved a from Mobile arrived She
the Eternal Laws Nature, holds up to closed. J. W. JOHNSON, writing on to-day. brings one
: a future which may even now be read in the Captain 3d U. 8. C. T. & P. M. Gen. 4th Inst., says that the black Convention had War Department ; when the Secretary disclaimed decided victory over them at Tantany, on. passenger and three of the crew of the

.' enchanting strains of prophecy. Dist of East Florida.So adjourned on the 3rd after an address from'"BrudderGreely's" any interference in the mater, leaving the Uruguay river. "The Paraguayans lost steamship Atlanta wrecked on the llth, on

.' ., far as the Union is concerned, we have correspondent and that the onus on Gene:als Canby and Sheri 1700 prisoners and their cannon, and flags.- her passage, from New York t New Or-
had his
has that the
The Puritan day andjhis ; leans. : is supposed remainder or
hour of triumph! and though the South has only to say that its entire course has been some capitol was sought to be made for dan. It is reported that the President i is determined This defeat is supposed to have struck a decisive her I perished. .

( been overwhelmed and beaten, she is now respectful to all authorities, CIVIL and MILITARY Buncomb," by a negro from Ohio who editsan to sustain Governor Wells, and' blow at the Paraguayan invasion. No. Cotton cOd dull. Flour declined 10 to

: able to spit upon his power and defy the ; and in their official and kgitimate pursuits abolition paper in Cincinaatti,and a Con. will tolerate no interference by 'the military particulars of the battle have yet come to 20 cts, :pr bbl'; sales 7,500 bbt Wheat

i will never fail in "rendering unto necticut who pretending that the with his legitimate duties. hand, and the substance of this was 'sent by declined per bushel sles of 30,.
base suggestions of his miserable gcniusJoiit negro 000 bushels. Pork is firmer. Whisky b'steady.
n "
Ceasar's but mail Lisbon from Rio de Janerio the
is not him who has overthrown the institution Ceasar, the things that are ; negroes were in danger of assault,introduced YISISIPI. on .: Sugars firm at 14 a 15 1-2 eta. Petroleum

of slavery, but God, in His infinite when either "Crra or MILITARY" officials, resolutions calling on General Ruger for A party guerillas attacked:government 8th September, thence by last steamer from rising. Freights quiet.

I wisdom, that a far more glorious epoch shall step out of their legitimate sphere to tread on special protection on their return home. No wagon train at Bolton, between Jackson and Europe to the United .States.. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 18.The steamer.
our toes or to inflict wrong or abuse upon Vicksburg where of the teamsters -S City sailed this to-day
to the South through which to attain to instance occurred where they were molested one was The Constitutional Amendment Abolish- Golen por
open the People of Florida, we shall not be intimi- killed and several mules stolen. The district Slavery. thousand passengers,ad $1,244,000
and have been left alone.
the they entirely In& .
her destined rule ofthi!continent.through of treasure for New York, and $ in
instrumentality of the very means by which dated by any threats suppression, and will On the 9th the Convention reconsidered, quartermaster, Capt. Heaton, was.a few hun I Before Colorado was admitted to the Union gold for England from Central America and

the Puritan has sought to destroy her continue to expose their nefarious purposes, and after making an important admendmenti .dred yards in the rear. The legislature of' it required the vote of twenty-seven States to Panama.MOBILE.

: and hold them up.lo that scorn they may the ordinance the for his State; is now in session, but we have not ratify the constitutional amendment abolish ,Oct. 20.The sales of cotton today
-L j; Slavery exists to-day in the South no longer again passed fixing day. ; ing slavery. It happened that there were .

properly, bu its transformation, ,has,.just merit.We/ the election of Governor, Members of Con been able to find any report of its proceedings just twenty-seven loyal States at the time the reached, middlings one closing hundred at 53c.and The fiftythreebales sales of
.. .. are tree white citizens of the United in our limited amendment if include
a.' increased exchanges. passed we
I s- began as a source of wealth, and gress and Members of the State Legislature, Congress the week were 4,650 balesReceipts of the
Great confessedly States of America, pursuing our legitimate the first in November. The East Virginia, Louisiana and Arkansas; and week 10,283. Exports of week, 11,025.
power to the South. as, on Thursday General Grant has issued an order for the if each of these States had., adopted the ;
J business and we know our rights and the Stock on hand 52,407 bales. Gold is I
arc the genius, invention, letters and power 10th was spent in discussings the debt of the reduction and reorganization of the amendment, as they all should have done, it 155.WASHINGTON. quotedat
of the Puritan, they are destined to pale be- rights of the people of Florida, and know State and the general tone of the Conventionseems of the Republic. The reduction will be army would now be part of the supreme law of the 15 ,
ing these rights we shall dare maintain very land. Delaware, Kentucky and New Jersey Oct. 21.-Alexander H. Stephens
South's b it. The
neath the rising Sun of the oming to against assuming Con
them, against assaults of either CIVIL or considerable. Colored troops are to garrisonall hung fire, however, and up to this date only 111 here for his home in Georgia to
f_ prosperity, energy genius and intellect. vention passed an ordinance redbtructing the of the southern sea-coast forts except two. twenty-four states have recorded their votesin day.

: The seeds of her triumphs are in her soil MILITARY: officials. If in doing so our rightsas State into seven Congressional Districts, four All of the volunteer east of the Mississippi the affirmative. We place these facts before -. -S
; .
her climate, and the unconquerabl and lofty citizens be infringed upon to subserve of which are called "Union" certain, one are ordered to ca\"alr be mustered out. our readl'r in tabular form, as follows: (SpilDipt to Sayannah Herald.}

and in special purposes, we shall not fail to place .._ JTPC.TIO S. 18.-The Courier establishment -
the Second
pride of her sons and daughters, rest ( ) "secesh, and the other ten -* Oct
them under the of the arm of Illinois, February 1.1865. {Indiana, 13. 18G5. and other buildings ad-
the strong muscles of her freedmen. Does aegis power doubtful. Bosh! this is simply contemptibleThe FOREIGN XEWS. I Rhode Island,Feb.2,1865. Nevada, Febrr. I the
joining Hayne-strect
on near
that creates Crvii and MILITARY officials, Feb. 3, Feb. 17, ; Chale
he world ask for proof of her capacities for I trying to enforce a division,and political: GREAT BRITAIN.The Massachusetts Maryland 186.. Luisina.' 24. 18. ton Hotel, were_ by f this,
O'rPAtnPO.R!. ? We,, noint to her achievements.. and resting them there, we shall be confident distinction at the South, where none now exists one topic of excitement and interest in New rork..Feb. 3. 186. Xisur Feb. 24-18.18. morning The totl1Aestroe Heavy. A
*'---" of the maintenance of FREE PRESS Pennsylvania, Feb. Vermont,March 9,1865.: of the walls fell in
Qindustrial a this country continues to be the Fenians.- portion about thirty minutes
1. mechanical, intellectual military I is done by political mountebanks for I Wes Feb. 3, '6.Tennessee, April 5, 18.
in which"is formidable to TYRANTS only." Their arrests continue, and important documents Virgn.i, 18C5. Arkansas, ago, kiing'and wounding a lag nu-
I and productive, when she was hemmed demagougical pin poses, and local objects. Maine Feb. 1. 18. Apl18G 'ber of persons. those i is
from the world, and commencing the grandest ----- Shame upon the bare deception ; no seces- establishing their complicity with the Ohio, Feb. 8, 18. Iowa,.Jane 30. 1865. Capt Hoffman, Chief of Police.

struggle that the world ever witnessed TilE CHOLERA.The sionists exist m the North. A ordinancewas order is accumulating against them. Among Kansas Minnesota, Feb., Feb., 18, :' eHamibrr..Jnne 30, Hqwi; many a buried under the rums

without money, without arms, without ma- march of this mighty plague is still introduced vacating all offices, the incumbent these is one giving the particulars of the expected East'Virginia, Feb. 9,6.uEIOYS.! has cannot not Ibe.yet been About ascertained eight bodies, and have probably beenrecovered

all forth regularly westward, until it now looms up of which had taken oath incon- arrival of vessels bearing arms from ,
terial of war, she called her wants any from the ruins this far.
Delaware,Feb. New March
It from her soil, and her inventive genius, as in the South France, where it has again sistent with the Constitution of the United America. at Banting Bay. The Cork Exami. Kentucky, Feb.8,1815.23,1865. [ Jersey, .1. .6. The fire is still burning.The .

by the touch of a magicians wand in less struck Toulon, as in one of its previous pas- States, and another continuing the present lie? announces that a special commission will The new State Colorado will, of course, report 1 that Capt. Hoffman has since

I brief and when all the world sages over Europe, and passing thence has Judges of the Court in The soon be convened for the trial of the Fenian vote for the amendment, as all new States died.The
than two Supreme
1 years ofce. under the influence of theAdministration. wind is very high, but is believed
are nuturally ;
also reached :Marseilles where the bill of prisoners on the of treason. A very i
charge high
11 was fighting against her. She committed Convention is reported as disposed to assure North Carolina, throughher that the firemen will succeed keeping the
wrongs doubtless, but these errors were the mortality on the.l8th of September showed the election cf a United States Senator.: man by the name of O'Riordon,who declares Convention, has embodied the amend- flames in check.

& Providence leading her through the fifty-two deaths-from Cholera. On the 17th TENNESSEE.In himself be a United States Captain, was ment a a part of her State Constitution, and NEW YORK, Oct. 17.-The fire last nigh
finger her Legislature will ratify it at once. South destroyed a warehouse filled with .
Toulon deaths occurred from arrested at Queenstown from the
on landing
fiery furnance that, like gold in the refiners at seventy-six the Legislature of this State on the 7th Carolina.is now the most loyal State in the The loss is probably half million.
Cholera alone, and the people of this city are steamer City of MancTiester, from New York, thousand bales of Savannah
hand, she might come out purified and be inst., the representative from Montgomerycounty Union-far in advance of Massachusettsandher Eight adS
fitted for a more exalted life. Her noble fleeing for life, and the civic counsellors and presented t memorial from the citi- upon whom treasonable papers were found. vote will be cast in thg affirmative. Mississippi lad cotton belonging t Gvernmet
physicians are reported not to be dischargingtheir The Fenian at Dublin had been and Georgia aie equally certain to sold at auction to-day rte
zens that be to prisoners
: requesting measures adopted
i adherence to constitutional obligations, vote on the right side. Thus the amendmentwill follows j Middling fair,44 3-4; strict middling -
i public morals, and to Christianity in its true duties faithfully; while Marseilles is releive the embarrassments of the people,and carried before the Magistrate, including the be soon adopted by the votes of Southern 43 3-4; strict low middling, -89 1-2; ordinaryl2 -

.. phase pointed her out as the true antagonist giving "noble examples humanity and self suggests to withhold the execution until the i editor and proprietor of the In.J People States, like Maryland,Virginia,Louisiana, :' 1-2 to 35 1-2

devotion." derive the from their : newspaper. The Queen's counsel was Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas, North and Gold closed at 14fi.
in proceeds pre
of the Puritan to check and combat pro- planters
; PHILADELPHIA, 16.-The grand
A l>er time the destructive leven which he has In obedience to the mysterious!:, but ever- crops, or to stay sales not bringing two thirds i ent and made a speech, in which he declared one South Northern Carolina State and (Mississippi New Jersey, )while and only two ade of the firemen to-day, was one of par.,the

present laws governing this fell destroyer of of their assessed : that within the last fortnight three thousandfive imposing ever presented in
r introduced into American politics, American value, or to extend the time border States (Delaware and Kentucky) op mot pageants

society, and American religion, through his human life, its appearance in some of our to four years for the payment of claims,where hundred pounds had been transmitted to pus it. To us this is much more gratifyingthan the country. One hundred and fourteen

Itnis, which make the American Constitution Atlantic cities, may l he rationally expected by the defendants agree to pay the principal and Ireland from America to be expended in rev strictly if the Northern amendment vote had for it been shows carried that by the a cmpnie were including comprised thirty companies in the proces from
; ctie
"a league with the devil, and a covenant next spring. six per cent interest. olutionizing Ireland, and that the government ,"South cheerfully acquiesces in what is inevi- sion. estimated.that fully ten thousand

with hell" and proclatms a higher standard -- S The sheriff of the county hail; at Bowling : had i intercepted a letter to one of the table. The position of New Jersey,however, peoplewho had come from far and near to

authorityIn morals: and religion than the THE MILK IX THE COCOA NUT.A Green two negroes in custody, who had been !. prisoners, containing a draught for four hun we cannot understand. There the Demo witness;the the dIsplay. were gathered along the
--r route of
Bib'lc. writer to the Boston Trarefltf, in a long convicted ia the county court of the murder dred and fifteen pounds on the house,of crats profess to support President Johnson,
and this constitution amend- .
Providence for a great end, has been pre- and pathetic appeal in behalf of 3Ir. STEPHENS of anothc.1 negro, and was conveying themto I Rothschild, and wound up by declaring that ment yet, which they is oppose the leading measure of President N. P.Punks Nominated- for Con
; ;. paring the Southern People for a grand mission of Georgia, demanded his release upon the Nashville Penitentiary to place them the Fenians were both powerful in \meric Johnson's administration Neither their BOSTON, Tuesday, Oct.:10.
-- many just grounds. In reading this letterwe i in confinement and Ireland. We sincerely trust that1 they orators nor their organs have anything to say
Grand revolutions flow from His will, there, when he was surrounded l The Republican Convention in the Sixth
about it. We call them to come rightup
and their results will ever end in great good, admired the warmth\ friendship shownto by n detachment of colored guards,and are strong enough to wrest that oppressed, to this test question.upon Are they for .or CongessSonal District, to-day nominte

The Puritan may for once boast that he Mr. STEPHEN, and the general kindly demand was made for the prisoners, and upon but still glorious Island from English 1 dominion. against the amendment? If yes, then let Jajor-Gen N.* P. Bnk for Congre

has beat his-master; but though bruised, that sentiments expressed towards the South, and the refusal of the sheriff give them up, > them pledge themselves to ratify it in the Griffiin,25.Resolutions. Bank 79; Stone,34 :
were in a labyrinth of wonder that such sentiments next If no, then they cannot be
I master is not broken: though bent he is not the-guard took them by force, removed theirhandcuffs MEXICO. Lglature. Johnson part of Tank t the President

crushed. He will arise: to his legitimate could come from Massachusetts, and set them at liberty, and then Intelligence from this torn and factious j let us see where they stand..'. 5.;Herald.NoW for- $.. :rll Utw. .

supremacy for ample means are left in his when the closing paragraph cleared the mist with fixed bayonets defied the sheriff and his land, since our last, i not important, being j S CINCINNATI, O. 17.
hand, and the laws ol nature work out unfailingly from our puzzled brain, and which for its party, and threatened death to all who opposed mainly confirmatory of what has been previously -i IMPORTANT ORDER FROM THE A large meeting held of the citizens Kentucky -
pious and'dmnterettd love of the Sonth we them. Troubles .have LIEUT. GENERAL was yeteray. Speeches were
__i their legitimate results.! s1'te. sprang up I General Grant has taken up his residence made by.Gen. Houtn others. Resolutions -
ventilate. Oh noble Boston Oh
Who,will question that the people of the now pious, Much excitement is said to have prevailed among the liberal chiefs,and Escobcdo, who t for the winter in Washington. About the were adopt. thanking President

South have the finest, climate and soil, with M.AosANntots--mercenarp Massachusetts in the Legislature on the negro franchise is in command, finds some difficulty in control first thing he did was to issue the following Johnson for reoval of martial law from
Thy disinterested deeds of love shine-like of them and order for the garrisoning of the sea-coast the State endorsing toe recon-
ing some the oCKetuck.
the most varied productions on the globe, question, and this body has endorsed by resolution especially notorious )
fortifications. The forts the SouthofFortress'Monroe structiqn President,and pledging
blackberries in a briar patch. on -
and that the bowels of her hills and valleys the policy of President Johnson. bandit, Cortina. The liberal- forces arc to be sa-oat by unqualified support to the government.From .
filled with ? Has The extreme animosity manifested by the SOUTH continue to hold the various places, on the | colored garrisoned Sew
arc unspeakable treasure of the South towards :Massachusetts CAROLINA. troops, probably on account of their Orleans
people ,
she the means to develope them ? More and vice versa, has turned the channel of trade Civil authority is restored in Charleston, Upper Rio Grande,.viz iReynoaa, Camargo, i: being acclimated : NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 17.

than she ever had, and these means must, to New York, and we notice that the press of Mayor Macbeath having received notice from Mier, Guerrero, Laredo and Eagle Pass; i WAR. DEP.UnE.T.ADJ.GEX.'S OFFICE, GoWells has accepted the nomination
this city, having her injerest at heart, within these are on the river, distant from i, Washington, Oct. 9, 18. S of the convention of the Conservative Party
Bvt. Gen. Bennett
from the laws of nature in that
on increasing commanding
---1. go the past week has been preaching charity, Brg. GE EAL ORDES, No. 144, of the State., It i stated that ex-Gov. Allen
rapid proportion. The negro, like the white benevolence,and the cultivation of a fraternal there was no objection to his resuming the twenty-five to about one hundred leagues .0. has ma4e Ipplcton for pardon. .

I man, has his natural history, and the Puritan feeling, which if re-established would functions of his office., A perfect understanding from Matamoras, which is still garrisoned 3. All volunteer cavalry east of the Mississippi The !Texa papr unanimously- disapprove

with all bis power, his spite,,and his hy- unite the commercial interest Boston with having been had between Gov.Perry and by the French, and though a portion of the ,I of service.River, will b forthwith mu.tert out ofngm The 7Tines' ,

t it. He is not the South, and redound to the benefit of our Maj. Gen. Gillmore, the State Militia is liberal forces hang around it,still no demon- correspondent says that the
pocracy can never change large manufactories and, to effect this practically now 0. All sea-coast forts south Fortress Monroe State i ii fast attaining its former prosperity.
never has been, nor never will be self-sus we believe there is nothing that would being organized under proclamation of the stration is made by them. Juarez i is still at Virgni except For Taylor and Jef-- I From Boston.

taining, and must have some'superior power better tend to heal the breach, than a recommendation Governor, which when orgie into companies El Paso, on the Mexican side of the Rio will garrisoned by colored BOSTON, Oct. 17.
that Mr. Stephens be released on will be to which place is claimed the troops, the requisite number of regiments The Post that Alexander
I' to cling to,to guide him for his own goodandno I { reported sub-district Grade i by having been selected for this the says H. Stephens
one understands this truth better than the parole, under bonds, or m some way allowed commander to the district commander, who friends of the liberals that he was not forced, Department All purpose other colored by was entertained at'a privat dinner at the
his home Commander.
to return to and there await the Revere House G. Fairchild
Southern negro'" and what reason he is capa-J trial of Jeff. Davis, subject to the order of the will then cause arms to b issued. The ma- but chose the point for future purse troops will be mustered out service as fast of Chelsea. by S ,

.. ble exercising, demonstrates to him that Chief Executive. This would not only serve litia arc to act in concert with, and be under and stragetic operations. I is sad as they can be dispensed wit. Department Mr. Stephens expressed his to sap

he mOlt follow the fortunes of l h's natural to conciliate the people of the whole South, the direction of the U. S. officers in the various that this selection for the seat of governmentis General Commanders will report the number of Adjutant-colored port the policy of the pur reconstruction -
whose desires and hopes turn to their by telegraph,
great to the full extent of his
master, the white man. conservative statesman,now in captivity,but district judicious, for controling, 3 his forces do, troop required but not already in their com influence. 'ability ant

The Southern negro has two distinctive is would spare him the suffering which GEORGIA. the country along the Rio Grande down to or the surpus: number not required _.

characteristics, viz : his native heathenism awaits him during the winter at Fort War- The Savannah correspondent of the New Matamoras, ho holds on the border of Mexico to carry out this order, that particular instructions S in -Mlials1ppI-Thejr. 5 Bight.

and that impressed upon him by his Southern ren Boston, and thereby, which incur he could a debt not of fail gratitude to ap York Herald gives the "Situation" in this a position which his enemies cannot attack transfer or may muster be given'acoringly > the lour/t KI* be Sued-They ran T.Uf la

tau civilization. When the influences preciate. State s graphically that we clip an extract before concentrating at Chihuahua., the By command of rgment" : WASHINGTON, Oct.9.

of white civilization is withdrawn from t ---- ---- from his letter:- men. and material necessary to open a cam Lieut. Gen. GRANT.E. General O. O. of the Freedmen's

lie readily relapses into his him'l TIlE STATE CONTEJfTION. THE NEGROES AND THE CROPS.-People paign. .As a military result: of the position eral.. D. Townsciul, Assistant Adj" utant-Gen- Bureau in Howar.,morning of a letter

ture. A little experience at self-dependence, This body assembled at the Capitol on coming i in from the planting districts declarethe of the liberal forces, the States of Chihauhau, froniovemor W.L. Sharkey. dated Jackson

t Wednesday last the 25th and question efthe negroes,working conclusively Coahuila,Nuevo Leon and -. Ii., Sptembr 18, which the follow
-4 and separation from his natural master has I organized by settled in the Tamaulipas are Southern Pacific Railroad. ing is -
The extrct
negative. "spirit of a
already began to open his eyes to his tendency electing the delegate from Nassau )Ir. Tracy freedom" is described as rife among them, virtually under his control. In the meantime The following statistics in regard to this I baye! no hesitation i stating to you,a a

Ii to degenerate,,and has taught him to feel j President, and Mr. Peeler, : ecretary. and the experience planters has been such ,the people and cities of Mexico are I import work of internal improvement' necessary resuty from action of the new

1* the'want of that moral and mental, and Governor )[arv D's message was sent in and that all idea of plantiJ next year,except for daily declaring for the Empire. At Mizant- eventually to be the greatest and : convention, that in my opinion the,freedmen
4 J I read to the Convention in which the support of has been abandoned U in the State most valuable in the United States we. confidently can now sue and be sued in any court in the
he of Vera
and ,
well ,which he recom- the
bodily 'support being, people on
_ by most of them. The farmers look believe have been kindly furnished I state and as.an incident to this, their right
? ever had when'placed in his natural relation,\[: mends that the secession ordinance be declared forward to the approaching em of civil gov 'declaring for the Empire, sent thirty of the us by CoL John- 1 "Waskom President to protection of person and property whIcha

r and for these'reasons he Is beginlng to turn j r void; that the freedmen have rights ernment wt hope tat the restraints of men to prison, who had been left in that the Company. the fire spa for fly guaranteed by the amended consti-

- hi*thought back to his old 'master. A ''I of person and property guaranteed to them, laws vagrancy, ,, may induc the place by Alatorre, a Jnarist leader, and put themselves no comment is ne and i I tu they are competent to testify haany
l1t-1 blocks to But now the I we 'oniy say to holders of the courtofjustlce.! Their I think,
and be declared work generally I wi rights,
tie witnesses nine of them lfl
------ f more buffettings and troubles for competent thecivil adopted is along as independently of to On hearing of this, they not to sacri I a folly! covered by the principles established

he is'unfitted; a little pressing necessity -I courts.. The Governor, however opposes them a possible, the experiment of depend Alatorre wenfback to that city and killed .fice it : > by th? convention, 'which abolishes thewhole

a nnd the removal of influences whl h are J the extension to them of the franchise ing upon them for regular and remunerative thirty men in the neighborhood, and, ills W. ?. ADAEq, ., Editor Nzw True OXLEIXS Delta, Oct. 10, 1865.. system slavery, and, as a matter of

now perverting him, and then his Instincts privilege. Numerous committees were ap. labor having so signally failed. Upon plantations tier stated, actually roasted alive 'f"erl Dear Sir:-The following are some figure: showing course/any measure of policy which grew
where out
iV large numbers of hads'have the condition of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company that system.
: self-preservation'will ,again re-unite ,hiDi'I' pointed. hitherto b employed but eight or ten will of the inhabitants of the city. of Texas: THE MONET TAKEN DATIS-T111

: ; ;i::, to bis old master of the South, and asa' freed For these facts we are, indebted to the be kept year" Meanwhile' corn: fields In_,the mountains of Ixmilquipan, and in The who present hare complied Capital Stock the,"Including requirementsof all .. t AMOUNT ABOUT FROM$ m

t ': .--::{"" laborer will become. source wealth, courtesy of Col. ,W. W. MARPLK, who received and potato patches are stripped; hogs, sheep the valley of Montezuma, the French under the policy of the wt,and the present Jeff.- and cattle of
all kinds New ha
;. I which he never could have been. a slave. the,same! telegram; ,o .the 26th In pearing; and for cotton are ,cntanty way disap Col. DeCourey, have routed the Juarists' Cmpny1. I.;;Or1n.... .,.ad..elewher... .4530,00000 counted.at the' Treasury Depmnt I

i.Jli' ,.' Then the South wUl spring forward in her stant. ,.. keep is a upon it rifle in 'hand. t' they haying lost two hundred men killed1< and Twenty-one miles of road In running order amounted' t $87,878 in
i t from the State line
Marshall and
ten coinage and
in 'one
f new and glorious career; a stumbling block is the gloomy,picture J drawn of. the chaos wounded in the fight In Sau"Luis'" Potosi more on.part of th t road leaaed for 20YO&Tfr0ifltheV.8sfldT. I ,8J hundred
foreign and
OF sp-
RAIL pice ,gold
come again In the interior. Of Co..
10 her ,advancement, having been'rem ved, course all the guerrilla leader: had been B R ver
: ROADS.-A.special Washington telegram to business Is laid to the' e's "doors thi defeated et twSnp yalue not yet and ty.S'

I the industry. and intelligence of.every land ,,the Baltimore Sun says that in.respect to the crowding into the towns negr,'have indeed,no vis, by the French commandant Dellaye: from, 1164,to portation o bricks of silver, estte five
6, 1 .
'I:-:. will pour'into her unequaled climate, and important matter of the Bale; of the rolling ible opaton.- The general feeling I is that Guerrillas are,roaming over the pillaging wp freight.....Sp.e....4..,.St..f ."r ) ,0S 'S: each each., estlmated value one hundred doll
stock of the Government Southern railroads 'cuntr For ....' .. ...' ,The value of the whole being
:, 4 .rc wring. from hero J, her streams, her moan upon unles negroes can be made to feel the farm and small:' alltheyoffer. paieengeif. ... -', 10,, whatover sm
it be said hOle
can that I Some of money
upon authority the weight of Te&t exde fo cntctn $10,0.
I tamp her minerals her and her for- monvBtrlHgent laws they will be a ,to The and bullion ti'
:, : valleys President'has directed that .the stock upon terrible incubus business and thevc8 State orTeh n The 1"0158 by the of Vi
upon_ ,society: u receipt* the treasury nine tIme;. '
; .. : i CRIB-such.a.mighty tide;of wealth as never the Southeastern roads'may held and used This>State has chosen I w said t be over run wit them.- ThVJnar-. Tb.expenditure In cub for the;year, including V4,983. ginIa- the Exchange Bank of Virini
by the Companies.witli one year's credit : the isis divided a low Confederate money and, the Farmer's:
delegteCmi ,in o BI
,:. haunted the vision of small bands a
; GaU ofVIJDi
I man. various to 'Aqniree, securities $18,333- ... rIoi of
This will enable the stockholders to make arrangements counties her based, : ota. waa. .; 94255 P at the time
I, \ ;, I The Southern people, stamping,the' attriIwte to repair their roads,_)and main. upon,their intellectual and m worth, linda andVejscar, ; scouring tbe'coutry.ln' The value te road to 1 considered say by of.competent -, ., of th!nCUon of Rhmond of No decisionbaa

j : : j *of their character upon all who come: tain" them. intact .. / the Convention will, !for s i the vicinity: of i Coaii iia.In TamanUpus; There. la ener monge b.te r apwar&te'Stt..1.0,0 0 yet been' made b D"rent on the
pak Georgia Esesbedo ofTczas ....... ... clalnt";
; : among them military colleges and churches, ,;JTh Soutfurn hen! and ,the ,Auodated and place her upon a bti of enduring -, ,;Cortina; Trevedo and Mondez,'are" And.floating debt of, _y..: ...-..*.':. .O 0 0 s--
and fret The old relations of prosperity carrying things their, with the Talne of the road la equal;to The North
; : rising to still higher culture of letters, *- the associated once again., own way a high- I S00 1 Carolina Convention.
; of$ '
It will b*
-4'; ;' morals and' Intellectual achievements, will press and the Southern.press have been again K hand. In Nuevo Len matters'; artf Said"t6 I win be over and It&bOT the*db$ ,o) there* :: 'RALEIGh,N. C., Oct.10.rho .
'' resumed and there; is now"'a.' dally TCXY ran the n : .
1 f I :;: ruling in the Republicand Jnter. be lamenJablek.Hinazazo; Falcon'..and, rnt.at $.0. convention spent the day in d
become again the power The : .
"" .-fr' change Northern and Western 'news directly difficulties. whichIliaye.heretofore, existed Ga' the stock two dollar**' A. BOOB lug t : State. It is
t y .::.: will stamp upon, It the insignia ,from'the central office In, 'New York in this State" .on'account.' ofconfl1ia. ,between -] Meli are carry1ionafl'. of' depredaUoMLuJnarez -I &Shreveport tha,connection, the prlent IimdeJ tock will between- Marshall and the ebt'orte not assume the rebel
:t!* ,..::J.i of their. -genius. ,.and. bear Jt on to a higher, to everyjournal hi the United atftt('.'.-.. t'''- the civH and authDritIes'baTe; is{said*: to hav&fnbndone: to, .two to one .r f .;..- ten"b_ equal- state .dibt, though'.some delegates fewoutsiders

1 i. < 1 t',1! ": .'/ 'type 'of National. .. 010"' .. '/,,' :j'of :; }nannh,1Tttnld'lkt"241, / ,' : : 'h) (n l and
S and material. of war on the of the river .O. TVtM 1),?1". Oct. UtA. wrrt? : slowly; will not adjohrn

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:.;"JohllAOn. Department, relative to abandoned lad in MACHINE OP.AND:FOUNDRY. .s Y M'M MAEEfEtMT.*" '- ': H- ; -". ,,: '
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.< rrnu-'UED E\.ERYIA.TURDA._! MORNTNO BY .thSflth, Carolina.. .Delegation- Carolina and other Southern .- subscriber having lte in ,1anre.ls | .PORT OF JACKSONVILLE I ,OCT.V, 18M ;j.

J. K. TIC. K N E Y WASHINGTON, Oct.:13. The examination oCthe'sbjet i i Understood .Pllamftoo of Governor Sharkey on THE par to execute" oren hs lne. -'-.7:. : .
is to .Nt'lr Testimony.. business nettnesa and ; .-
in ,
an ; ., '
'Wardlaw despatch.JOHN
Judge Alfred
A Huger, and Col b onUnuc.nt Annum TERMS in AdTmnc-: onel Dawkins, of South Carolina, this afternoon terview. ExEctrnvE 'OIC? P. 8.-A fine Grist'Mill is attached to the premises I O. -
TiropolUr8.J|jjulripUons per taken fQr lens! than Three )flflthR.SLIe ,I 'had an interview by appointment ,with. The President said. We must be practical, Jackson, Miss.,'Sept..25, l8. J inrunning order,which will b grinding every Saturday. '. O.3C-Stmr. Ce BT_ .
By order I -
and an bearing date the inst. 9 tfDlfE&S -
come September
circumstances. i
; ,'IJ'If'1i live t"ents. .. President Johnson. They were accompanied up t surrounding Col. UUIXO. "
A\'EnTltllJlG: by W. H. Trescott, Esq.wbo is here on business Judge Colonel Dawkins and:'M. Samuel Thomas, Aitant Commission' -- f' Oct.20-Schr.Mary Jane Hae N.Y. "
Hugar all expressed to the President their er of the Freman's Buau this State, : JIAKIXG.MRS.C. Oct.21-tae ,
exective of i Ue SUnaf .
of Ten as that
Xonpariel Line agent State. '
Square The
odol!! r*per orwnnriuz Oct.
T -Barqne crewel,N.
viction to the INFORMS THE
the same Pp2C for first insertion One President after that the state had accepted in good proposes "vl A. LlE Rb
: customary preliminaries of of authoric' III of that she has now located I Oc.37 Savannah. ;
JdlarW(*cb subsequent insertion.liVral reception, invited them to be seated, whenat faIt the results of the issue which had been tIe the State the right to tr cs, Jc Jaknvie. .to cut,fit,and make dresses ti -tr. Cer
made to
deduction permanent advertisers. rights freedmen
that the involved either -
> once the conversation ; people felt that the President and latest etyles. Residence on Font St.
JOB PRINTINGli JudgeVardlaw informing commenced him that by had stood btween.them and a harsh use of the for Injure done to their person or property. betweenWaahlngton and Adams Sw., bse foerly I THE JyiARKETS.Jfmrk ., I.
they power of tbe that proposition is made, however on condition occupied by N. C. DDnet.
felt entire.
were a delegation from the State gve"rnment; -0
every*.t)I."-n .
Carolina, sent hither to hi purs and actions, and magistrates _, .a J. e et. i
of -
the Provisional
hoped in Government of the ,t
tain memorials of that themselves to his. NOTICE. i BY WM. O. JEFFRKYS.Cortos. ; "
named body. These
1..efoflnWiflg parties are authorfred to memorials State will take for their mode of CORRE.wT .
for the Florida Union, and will receive had been carefully cofdenc a&their feelings and procedurethe '
.ct s Ap'uts very considered in actons laws in HAVING DIE MY STOCK OF GODS. .
snbicriptionn and advertisements. our advertised the Convention, and he believed told Prident replied that he to now force in this State, except s n up my business in The followinfr quotations baa been tbe ruling figures j
rattll: exactly the truth. The they hear it ; that whenever such mutual confidence far as those laws make a distinction on acc ville,all persons having demands against me are reqnes. for tbe past week,ending 26th Inst. : .
It'fII/'II.! Ins& WRIGHT Lake City. President. ,inquired unt of color and allow ted the same and all parties in-
} there the same t prt fo
would Itteet
he be negroes
J. PONCE, Sander on.ln. object of the memorials. Judge Ward- exited thought, me immediate U L' .
n F.( .JOSEPH COLUJts,Montieello.Col. law imformed him that one of them an to the restoration of good feeling \i rights and privileges as are accorded to white' debt the same.a ruese F. K. HOWARD.pr. McCarthy Ginned...i.90 al -, .

.J. JI>WKI: !>ON. Qiiinoy.MrKiXTET behalf of Jefferson Davis A. was in and a prosperous condition, and that if men before their courts," by which I understand Sept.1G, 1865.tf' Jacksonville,F Roller Ginned......n! ..................80 a 9
H. .. .
Saw .
Mi'mr%. k BBCCK,Micanopy.PERSONA George A. Trenholm, and, Governor, Stephens, he knew himself, and he thought he,did,,hewould that negroes shall be allowed to testify Ginned .... 70- a "

--- Mag- recommend in cases where their interest is involved. nL''. "- .
but what
lIe nothing
said had .
they understood Potatoes Ordinary
that Potatoes !
by the 40 45
!* late interference of the President, Messrs. advance their interests. So fa from pandering And believing that the late constitutional Middling........*.$<(.... ..... ...*48 a a
or looking to future amendment which abolishes slavery abolishes rft BARRELS I, MiddllngFslr..i 1
elevation -
Stephens and Trenholin he must mlS PATES a
to meet old friend '
We \vert' pleased our already re be believed when he ,Is all laws which constituted of OU 600 Cm bbl.. .
said a per .
l leased he not part Fur
from close an suit .. $18,00
confinement and ha eye Now In store and sale in quantities .
par. .11,0.
K. BCCKMAN, a few (:'I't. T. to return to their single to such preferment. system slavery in declaring chasers, at : ....lOc -
homes. He would ask I continue W'Sptembr Corn Meal Ib....... _.
for per
that ...
I the .8
be 10
could be a
returncdfrom a tour through Texas instrumental negro protected in his 9-tf Auction and
in St.DOtSE
jia,;just Governor Magrath either a pardon or that he government and shal CmMlon FreshBeefper Ib....,,. a 15
Alabama and Georgia. The Captain might be released on hid t its former rlatons. and see the person ), establishe principles Chickens per pair.;.75 a
Louisiana: assure the President parole. They could people once more happy I should which of themselves entte the negro to sue WANTED. Eirgsperdoz......,j. 1.0>
; i is a cl<*e and intelligent observer, and, from such no harm would result feel that J had more than filled the, measure and be sued, and as necessary incident to WANTED a Hous large or small or part of a House. Butter per lb ......60 a 75%
an act JAMES 8. SweetPotatoesperbushI....
clemency. .
we rejrret to say that his observations, and The President replied that all could of my ambition. If I could feel that I had such right that'he is made competent as a Oct 21-tf at the HIGms. Irish .. per bbl _..........1.20 .
not be ,5.e.O
contributed according to the laws of evidence of .
to this in witne
reflections! have led to no very encouraging pardoned at once. The business must be any degree, my States .

Jew of the state of affairs in those States. to proceeded execute with the law.gradually, and an effort made would full.Judge be. more than gratified, and my ambition ,Now therefore; I, William L. Sharkey, BURNING OF THE MUSEUM. Flour pr bbl.Savannah common., Market*. $8OOaD.OO.

The cities generally: are in a flourishing condition n as we went A along.discrimination It was necessary Wardlaw-Every man in South Provisional Governor of Mississippi, with LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM. Ricepercwt. ".BaWmOMf. Pxtra! ... ......1,0 a 12,00. .

their trade being very heavy, but the mon expression, by was a too com Carolina would respond to that : the view of securing t our ctzen right NEW YORK, July 14, 1863.Jtestrt. ButteiperIbinArkths.j..s- -- -- .I.i"
way ofargument in a 40.
regard of trial before .
which the continued prosperity to clemency, that such a had Mr. Huger-I am sure on their own under Herring d Co: Goshen..:..... ........3740.
one been
(country, upon their own laws rather than Gnn.xtrzi-Thongh the destruction of the American -
part, no punic faith. They deserve by a military COTTOJt.
cities depend, languishes.! Every pardoned, and that he was just as bad as your tribunal and Museum has proved a serious loss to myself and Ordinary .. ........ ..
of the confidence, and I am sure will it.. by military law, do hereby pro- ... .'.... .........
another who they earn v.
had not been pardoned. the public, I am happy to verify the old that, .. .. .... .. .2 2
.. ..
&Ie .. .
his route the same tale is told by The President clann and make known, that in all cases :fddlng. .. .. ... *
where in Judge Wardlaw replied that the delegation With expressed bmsl gratified cU-il'or criminal in which "I's an Ill wind that blows nobody good' eo'quent G Middling...._. ........_.....V... 3.
what the of that well known
and fanners, "the negroes: will not presented no such had been said by the gentlemen.. rights ne- you your ; .3.3Xt'w
planters argument as that. Mr. Dawkins either for done again demonstrated their superior fireproof -
The President remarked that all South Car- are'iDvolve; injuries &e York Markets
said goe -
the plantations; they congregatein sometimes the peculiar in an ordeal of unusual severity.
work quaUte

the on cities. where their labor i is in great ext.cs > l many locality other had things much to in do human with pardons. Like and olina that reposed the memorials confidence in presented the President by ,the, contract perons, the testimony property of negroes, or in may matters be received of- office The of the you Museum made,for on me the some second time for ago, wa part in the of Superfine Gold.....State. ... .and... ......:..Nzwyoat.1j............ 1.451.46.
much idleness and vagrancy abound we cannot chairman of the delegation the subject to the common law rules of the building, and in the hottest of\e fe. Rrtra State... western.. ..flour.$7. 50* 7 75
and have a fixed rule. Much:\ depends discretion represented After four hours of trial .... .f ........ ...... *8
them, consequent upon which disorder and circumstances. If know on true sentiments of the people of that State, evidence as regards competency and credibility the debris twenty, and on opening it this day wa has yielded among up Choice State........,. _.. ............810825
we Common
among ourselves both in regard to those whom wished which prevail in regard to white per order books to medium extra Western ......1 M a 7 75
they Its content in ,paper. policiesof
and crime ensue. we want to do what is best and just, pardoned and the feeling and sons. And I do therefore the insurance,very bank go,all in condition for immediate Extra round hoop Ohio.,......... ..800850 _
and to show position of accept Western trade brands.... .
a .
of .
proper degree ...
for a valuable humanity on sition of Col. Samuel use, and noble commentary ou the trustworthinessof
the Captain South a a13
indebted to Carolina. .
Common ... ..
We arc the part of the Suther.. ; ... .......8 60
Sew Orleans, :Mobile, Montgomery government. -. Commissioner of the Freedmen's prOPO-1 Heninj's Fre.Pf Safes. \ Fancy extr 0....,*................10101450 .
bald ) 01 Judge Wardlaw remarked that they had SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTION. At this State, and request that Truly your. Common Canadian.....t ....... ... .
Nashville, and Macon ..paper of a not come hither to express their own hopes mass meeting of the ST.\T Mechanics and a Court shall hereafter be no P. ARXUM. Good to choice and ext..........,.........80a84. -
Work- organized, Rye flour .. ..
and desires but ( ... .. .
laic date, a cartful' perusal of which bearsatflllC Carolina Convention, as delegates from the South ingmcn of Charleston, held in that city on those already in existence be closed, and instructed HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES. Cora meal Jersey.......V............. ..550810 490500 .

testimony to the above. These papers to present the memorialsof Monday evening last, the following ticket to transfer the cases before themto The mon reliable protection from fire nol.no Cornmeal, Brandywlne................575a- .
in '
: wretched body a formal manner. was nominated to be voted for at the election :the civil authorities ; and I hereby instruct HKBRIXO & Co.'s PalEST DJ O' SAFE with Corn mea Brandw1nepuncheo.26......2600 a_ .'
full of matter to how:; the operations The President-We will Patent Crystalized best WA irregular and excited
gentlemen ;
arc ex on Wednesday next 26th inst. : all judicial Officers and to l Foyd'i In. some were asking 46c. for cnsiderly
tend all the magistrates drill ever
of the Freedmen's Bureau, and the the facilities and courtesies which For Governor.-Gen. Wade Hampton. act accordingly, until the Legislature shall I security bplar's manuacture.., lug but in ore t effect mldtg, were obliged te open

f vil influences it is exerting on the character questions require. Wewou'd: prefer to For Lieut. Governor.-Hon. W. D. Porter. act upon this subject. No. 251 Broadway, corner Yurry HERNG.., New York. concessions nominal, te mrke closing rather easier and mae ner-
pardon twenty men than to refuse one. For State Senators. Given under hand HERRING k OO., Philadelphia. ly quotations an"Jd. The sales were
and rARE
Good order among Wm. S.Henerey,Henry my the great about We
of the Southern negro. Judge Wardlaw replied that they did not sal HERRING &CO., Chicago.Oct. 3,5 baes. quote:- .
Buist. of
the St.ateaffixetl this the
day and dateAvxs'WA Ipland. floriJa. Mobile. A 0
our negro population seem to tlepcnd in a design to say anything with reference to Governor For if#**_ 21-3m Ordinary....... ..41' 41 A' <.T
QVV --
the removal of this organization Magrath, further than that they believemuch 2. Reprcnttves.-1.JohnA.. ; W. L. SHARKEY Middig.;.:.....59 69 81 61
great measure upon ; 4. .
Magrath ; 62 ,
good would NOTICE C4
from the South, for though well the executive result by the exercise of F. Melchers ; 5. James Mulvaney ; 6. W. S. Provisional Governor of Mississippi. days after date I will application to 6 6

its legiti- Col. clemency toward him. Adams ; 7. R. S. Duryea ; 8. John T. Milli- THIRTY Judge of Probate mae County, Fla..
deigned many: of its agents pervert Dawkins said-If we can get Governor gan ; 9. C. H. Simonton ; 10. W. J. Gayer ; MARILED. for leave t sell a portion of the real estate of J. p. Quotations for Uncurrent Money.
and arc converting it .into Magrath paroled, it would be a relief Belknap dece8led.
mate operations, great 11. F. J. Porcher 12 CORRECTED
to him at the present time. ; Rudolph Seigling ; 13. At New Market, N. J., Sept 25th, by Itev. L. C. A. M.-MOORE, Admr. WEEKLY BY A H. .MCCORMICK.
an engine of[ mi h1ef. We trust! the government Judge Wardlaw P. J. Coogan ; 1.W. E.3Iikell ; 15. J. B Rogers Cbas. L.Mather of Jasonvie. Ha., to Miss Oct.:'21 4 Jacksonville, Fla GEORGIA. .
thanked the President for 16. W. St. Amand 17. Fannie M.Saslier of cards. -
nill take this matter in hand !"pecdily having released Messrs. Campbel; ; Pnfeld ---- Augusta Insurance and Banking Company.8 cents
Stephens and Tren-
; 18. W. Lebby 19. John Hackel Bank of Augusta.
holm. 20. Theo. G. Barker. ; On Tuesday, Sept. 19th, at All Saint's Church. IJT- NOTICE. Bank of Athens.17 cent

--- The Piesideut-We have that far then j er1 England,by Rev. Dr. Lestr. Edmond G. Sam- Indebted to the estate of J.P. Belknap, BkoCCoubu.......10 cents
Two other tickets are announced Fla.. to ) V. Willis oCLverl ,
anticipated one mt Jacksnvie. lss Elza ALL of Duval County deceased, are requested to Commerce..7
NEW Finn.Messrs. your memorial. of which is the name of Jas. L. Orr for Governor make immediate payment, and all persons having Bank of Fulton....18 cent
Xiblack & Young Lave fitted up Mr. Hugar said Mr. Trenholm was one of' the second without a candidate for claims against said estate are requested to present the Bank of Empire State... ,.ft cents
their most useful men,and there was no doubt Governor Lieut. T. HUCKMAN..L&CISONVILLE. same properly authenticated to the undersigned -vith- Bank Middle ..!..50 cents
Uie store adjoining the government bakery he would exert all Lis with or Governor. The third, E in the time prescribed by Law or this notice will bepleaded Bank of Gerg............... cents
power a view to called the Carolina Ticket bears the of ]3'LA.. of Bank of State of Georgia i....4
selected in bar their recovery.A. cent
and well name
and stocked it with a large entire harmony between the state and the Gen. Hampton and Hon. Wm. D. Porter for COMMISSION DEALER M. 310RE Admr. Central R.R.and Ban Company..70 cents

assortment of goods. government.The Governor and Ueut. Govcrnor.-Sarannali Oct. 21 3 Fla. City Bank of ............1 cent
President IX Farer' ;...
-. replied that he understoodthat llcraW, 19th. an. .Mechac' .
was so: adding if treason LUMBER, TIMBER, CE.i. :MILL LOGS, HILL SITE WANTED. Georgia ad Companr.... .15 cents e
committed Marine
was .
? Bank..o:
What has become of the Gas S -- cents
Company -- --'
there ought to some test to determine the OUR FIXAXCES. SHINGLES, LATHS, 4C., immediately A eligible mill site on the St. Mechanics Bank..... .>.t.8 cents
Ib a question: that we hear asked daily, and power of the government to punish the crime. ALSO IN WANTED River, in the Tlclt of Jacksonville.Address :Merchants' and Planters'Batik.10 cents .
Speech of Secretary McCulloch at O. C. Box 50 P. Planters' ... .. .. .
For Bnk. ; .. ..... cent
on inquiry of the stockholders:, we learn that He was free to say that it was not a mere Wayne-The E1 Tendencies of Saw Mill Machinery.Oct. Oct. 21-tf Jacksonville, Fla. Union Bak .:..1 cents*

arrangements have already been made for contest between political parties, or a ques- tion. 28-3m Jacksonville, Fla. Timber Cutters Bank,.......5 cents .

putting the works in order, so that possiblyby tion the as to de facto governments. Looking at The-Gazette publishes CINCINNATI a speech, October made 13.by TO BUILDERS. 1865. FALL TRADE. 1865. SOUTH CAROLINA..

government as we do-the !laws violated, Bank of Camden.?.........15 cents
Christmas or New Years! we shall have I and an attempt made at the life of the nation, Hugh McCulloch, the Secretary of the Treasury will be furnished with the Lumber they B.nk of Charleston..,..15 cents

"more there should be a vindication of the at Fort Wayne, Indiana, on Wednesday BUILDERS to order much to their advantage and saving Bank of Chester.....".15 cents,
light. 1 and the Constitution: even if the government night,in which he gives his views on nation of trouble-also Shingles, Laths and Brick. Bank Bank of of Gegtwn....'_..........12 cents
----- par T. E. BUCKMAN. .15 cent
al finances.
A stroll through the extensive! store and doning power were exercised thereafter. If Oct. 2*-3m Jacksonville, Fla. Bank of Newbr.....,.,18 cents' _
treason has been committed it ought to be He said he was not one of tos who seem FRESH ARRIVALSOF Bank of \Cla..,. cents

warehouse 3Iessrs. Sammis & Co., and a determined by the highest tribunal, and. the t repudiate' coin as a value, and ,JOHX s. dlMXIS., KD. G. 8JLXXIS. Bank Commercial of the Bank Columbia'Caro'ii.i-..14 cents

look at their large stock of goods, will, we fact declared;even clemency should come make a secured paper currency the stand CHAS. 1 MATHER. A. A. CAJOT A. Exchange Bank Columbia....10 13 cents cents

are confident, satisfy merchants from the afterward. There was no malice or prejudice ard. On the contrary, he belonged to that JOHN S. SAMMIS & CO., Farmer Merchants'and Exchange...I...... ...... cent <
class of persons who, regarding an exclusively Cheraw..3 ,
interior, who do not care to be at the trouble in carrying out that duty. metalic currency as an impracticable thing RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION Peples'B. ........... ... .....-33 et ct "
and expense of a journey to New York, that Judge of Wardlaw that. remarked they were well L among enterprising and people, MERCHANTS, i Plter'Pltn'andMeha'BnkFael. Bank.h..1. cents ,
aware -
nevertheless look upon irredeemable cur- WHOLESALE AND i\ Westm ....i......17 cents
they will find here is a .
everything neces- The President, resuming, said there may rency an evil which circumstances may Rl'.l DE..LERo Union Ban......,. ....:.45 cents

ary or desirable, to satisfy the wants of their be some unkind feeling on this subject, but for a time a render a but which is GENERAL MERCHANDISE. NORTH CJROLA. -

customers. it did not exist to any great extent. never to be sustained necessity a policy. By common October 2 Jacksonville, Florida. 3XT :E "W O- O O 3D S. Bank of Cap Fear......k.30 cents

Judge Wardlaw said, although not instruc consent of nations a gold and silver Bank of '.;..24 cents
RICHARDS & Bank of Clarendon.
Mr. C. Slager is prepared with ted by the convention, he was induced to ask the only true measures of value. They BAXTER, '.. '. Bank of cent '
a large Mrs. are W Commerce ,............15 cents
Mock of goods for the fall and winter trade whet icr Jefferson Davis, who was now the necessary regulators of trade. He favored Shipping Forwarding and Commission ; ', Bank ofFayettvihle.-. ...;.8 cents
confined to Georgia, could not crops into a well secured, convertible paper currency Merchants- : '; .- ; ,. 'i* Bank of LJon....';...... ..... ..2 cents 4
and to fill all orders from old customers and 1 South Carolina to see her friends. No Bank of .... cents .
j other can to any extent b a pro- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .-4.a BankofWadesboroagh. cents
nt'on at short notice. [ The President replied that lIe had received substitute for coin. is not Bank ofWashington..8 cents ".
per I expectedthere Large advances made on consignment. All orders .
i letters from Mrs. Davis; but they were not shall be a dollar in paper in circula promptly executed.Oct. 'Commercial Bank of Wilmington.. cents

ATTENTION is'called to the notice of auction .very commendable. The tone of one them tion. Thisisnotneceesary for all ordinary 28-tf. Farmers'Bank Bank of of North Carolina. cent
:ehnb' .25
sale by the PostCommissarynextTliurflay however, was considerably improved,but the home transactions. Paper is sufficient cent
currency ALABA3U.
others were not of the charact L. WARROCK
er becoming but there ,

: of a lot of pork-,bacon- and flour. one asking! !. _leniency.!! ,when the are balance constantly between occurring countries periods -, AUCTIONEER AND ,GENERAL LAa ER Bank Bank of of Montomer.Mobile..o.. ..................60 ent
Judge Wardlaw interposed she Commission Merchant.BAY .
by saying and in the United States between it differ of ;. eents -
TilE F. A. AND G. C. R. K. COMPACT. was a woman ot strong leeling. ent sections, must be settled in These STREET, JACKSONVILLE FL.CONSIONMETS .\. Commercial Bnk.......18 cent
From a'brief conversation with President The President Yes,I she is I Central .,. ;?..20 cents
Judge suppose a I balances are in the United Stales between its EasternBank......... ; .,.26
of thU Company we Jearn that Large addition woman of strong feeling and temper; but different sections, must be settled in coin.- SOLICITED. Is now opening one of the largest Stocks 4 Northern......... ....:l.'f:.30 cnt

1m'e been made to the rolling stock of the Road in the there is no0 intention to persecute her. Thereis These balances are insignificant in amountin Will purchase pares in the country all articles Southern...................... ..50 cent

hape of new engines and passenger cars, which.are i as much magnanimity and independenceand comparison with transactions out of which they wish Fla., lowest market price.Jacksonville of GOODS ever offered in this market, con- -.- p..

expected to arrive at an early day. nobleness of spirit m submitting as in theyansi; when a vicious system of Ot.2lY NCVUENT FTJTDS- 4

Materials were alto purchased for establishing a machine trying to put the government at defiance. credit does not too long postpone settlementsthey Land for Sale. sisting THE SUBSCRIBER WILL. PAY THE HIGHEST '. 1
price for at
for the True magnanimity takes things as they are; without the uncur fund
shop thoroughly repairing equipping are arranged disturbing .
and when taken in the I disconnect DESIITABLE FARM containing 320 acres, situated DRY GOODS IN EVERY VARIETY. A cORIC. .
Roa4.bIlt the veise1non which they were shippedwas them from humiliation.proper way Manifestations, movement of coin. Whenever specie is A two ml Booth West from Madison C. H., on Jacksonville,Oct.21, 1865.-_'-' _

wrecked which will necessarily occasion some delay need for th purpose, or for any other pur which a comfortable dwelling and all necessary -
of temper and defiance do no good. of the out buildings In good order. About DRESS GOODS
: paper eighty acres U. S.
before a new supply can be obtained. We notice pos currency country MAIL LINE..
Mr. Huger remarked that they had a deep should be convertible into and a circulation are cleared and tinder fence. I' i '
that workmen are busily engaged in extending the i; to W. PalmerMosely. Midison,
Apply C. II.,
consciousness of or '
truth of all the President FRENCH MERINOES The favorite
not convertible will known
track substantial that so oughtnot James Young Lake St Pace fee a. Ut
upon a wharf so freight noW E Cit. "St. Johns "
said.The be tolerated by the Oct. '
the interior can at once be transferred to vewels with President, resuming. observed that the t incontrovertible of 2.-t WOOL, DELAINES,

out the trouble and expense of drayage.PASSENGERS. character of an individual may characterizea present currency JOHS AEDT. FUR5IAN CHAIRE.O.JOHN PRINTS DOMESTICS HELEN GETTY,
the United of
.. Stat was a necessity war, ,
nation, which is nothing but an aggregateof but now the wa has ceased, and the CAEDY & CO., Commanded by Captain O.:A. Ingraham,U again permanently .
individuals ; and when a proper spirit is government ought not to be a borrower,this on the line betwe Savannah Georgia,and :
untain manifested all can act The MANUFACTURERS OF PalAtk,Fdtocg.a Darien, Brunawlc si.
Per Steamer.F from SavannahMrs. harmoniously.
should be
currency brought up to a specie Mary, on,the St.John
.Jones and child, Capt J. Clark and lady man who goes to the stake is almost dignified standard; and he saw no of doing it but aTE.U ENGINES, SAW MILLS SUGAR ROLLERS. FANCY COODS, River,to FerAndnA Palatka.carrying"OAn.S MaL' _

!! Miss Clark, M. Clark, M. Levy, L. R by this bearing; it lifts him above humil! by withdrawing a portion war from circula IRON AND BRASS She will leave Savannah every o'co' .

: Stavnor, J. E. Staynor, Dr.,T. R. Clements, iation.' In these cases, gentlemen, we will do tion. He had no faith in a CATGS.JACKSONVILLE. TRIMMINCS, A.will M.leave,arrive for at Janvo on Friday,at and 8 rri..
W.'K. Beard, w J. Largon, G. E. Pace, [1. the best we can. While there is sympathy was the effect of a prosprityrhich, ITL.A. M; Sn o'ck '

: H. Forward, T. :M. Allen, G. P. Sturgis, J. there is a public judgement which must be could he any safe path tread currcy but that I Oct..28 -tt BUTTONS For Freight engagementroi PasskV* apply on'board" I .

I D. Jessley, H..R Fraser, 3!. McDermott, W. met. But 1 assure you, gentlemen, no disposition which s to specie payment.t The extreme SALE AT POST COMMISSARY. or September t' JOB& 8 SAMMIS.&CO..: ,

'i A. Smith, Jas. Hanlon. exists for persecution, or thirst. for high prices now prevailing indicate'that the i AtCION AND BALMORALS. __ 2t ,? Ant.,
Ill ILL be sold at the Office of the Post Commissary 1-
blood. business of the ;is in .
i, CONSIGNEES.j country an unhealthy W i Jaknre on Thursday, Oct. 2nd 1865. the CLOTH NOTICE.OK -
j Dibble, J. S. Sammia & Co., Adam's Judge Ward1avremarkcd tliatthe tone of condition. We are measuring values by a arcle.t wi:- INC. WEEKS AFTER: DA1.WE WILL APPLY TO
Express J. Remington C. A. Case & Co.. J. the newspapers was more favorable and different false'standard. We have a circulating me- ((13000)pounds Pork, four thousand O the Honorable of D CDt.
from it ,five hundred ( bbls. Bacon and eleven GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. :Fla.. Letters of administration on
,what was. He then asked if fo J
Bernhard L. Warrock S. J. W. dium altogether larger than is needed for te.e o
thousand. (11000)) lbs. Flour. Eliza Baldwin,late of said county.,
S. the President.had seen a copy,of the amended legitimate business. The excess is Inspulations K. deeue. .
Taylor, K. Stroughton, CoL Brower. us C. LEIBY, Capt. & C.S. V. CLOTHS .
constituttonofSouth Carolina. Of course The is 'Ojct. 28-It, Jacksonville, Fla. \ .L. BALDWIN,
Coming over the bar-Schnr. Maryland, he had Uniette "" September **
j seen they accepted emancipation. He in foreigners -- CASSIMERES, 6-w *
E. Glosson Maria Pierson. r WANTED. .-,
! felt perfectly satisfied that the and :, NOTICE. -
person and The
sell in amongthe buy. VESTINGS
Inside bar-One Brig and Schooner,bound property of the negro will be protected, and t prto ANTED to contract with parties for 500,000 lee OIX weeks slier date we jwiU apply .to the Acting.
out. Wyoming at anchor. consequence is that us more SAW LOGS delivered at F. A. &G. 0. R. O Judge Probate of Drrval Connty.Stats of Flori .
: spoke of the great difficulties of regulating than she buys of including our securities f r Highest market price paid for cast scrap I. old TINTS da..tor letter of Administration on the Estate Alexander

! labor, and of restraining vagrancy; etc. which ought not to'go abroad; and there Brass, and Copper. J. CARDY & CO. FLANNELS, ETC.! Holmes,late. of said county deceased. o 4 .
The Mayor and Aldermen to Re nnae the The President thought many of the evils a debt rolling against us which must i Oct.28 tf Jacksonville,Tla.W JOHN PRICE. .
Government of tbe "UT. up BOOTH JV TID HHOES, MARY.JANE MORRIS. .
I would disappear if they inaugurated the right settled, in part at least, with coin.: The -- September 23-. wp .:, _

I On the 20th instant, ,Ills Honor Mayor system. Pass laws protecting, the ,coloredman longer the inflation continues the.more difficult A\VAY\VI SPECTACLES.rtLD 'Including all the new styles Ladies'Misses ./.

Arnold, received an official letter from Brent :- in his person and property, and ho can I it will be for us to 'get back ,t specie EYES MADE NEW, WITHOU SECACL and Childrens' Lnced Balmoral and WANTED. "-", *'
Major General Brannan,Commanding the collect his debts. He knew how it was in payments, to which we must return, sooner y Doctors or Medicine. Fancy GOD BAKER AND COEECTIONEZbNK THAT'f ,
First the South. 'The when first ceipt of ten cents. E. B. FOOTE, M.:D., No. Polish varieties. | mter of the and ,having good
of question Adr
Division of the Department Georgia, presented or later. If Congress shall, early,in the approaching 1130 Broadway, recommendation,can 'Be and good ,
informing him that on the first day of November of putting a_colored man in the witness-: session authorize the funding of Oct.28, 1865.-8t. at Mada.a II.FU. el< loyet wages..

! next, the government of the city of Savannah stand made them shrug their shoulders. But the legal tenders,'and the work of reductionis Handkerchiefs and Hosier in Ot. -1-m ? .A BOE, .F.. :

would be turned over to the Board of the'colored man's testimony was to le \taken commenced and'carefully and prudently MBS. M wEIR, great variety.Bonnet q '- c..
from that for what it was worth those who examine' v.. W. ?|M!. J.f. WHIAT03I.
Mayor and Aldermen, and that by on, we shall reach it probably with- .
date all of the be borne him and the jury who hear it;. After all RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of Jacksonville F. W. 8IHS \ .
the expenses City must out serious embarrassment to legitimate tl she will give,lessons on 'and SPANISH and Belt Ribbons of all &C. ".:
by them. On the 21st inst., at a meeting of there was not as much 'danger as"wa?: sup' :. 'If not,we shall have brief period GUTTAB at her residence on PLO'Itet between kinds.: FACTORS. -r
the City Council tbe Mayor was authorized posed. Those coming but of slavery'cannot prosperity, resulting in widespread Washington and Adams, house oupie by, General- Commission Merohantr .

to accept the proposition of the General, and i do without work. They,cannot lie dotvn in bankruptcy and disaster. ,Mr. N. C.; DennettLtdleswill be Instructed with great care la Harmony, AND.'PARASOLS' BAY STREET,, ,S VANA GA.DWXRrs 4 :Ki ".

the City has accordingly returned into the dissipation; they must' work. They oughtto He spoke of the evil tendencies of the present CplUou. &0., The,strictest ,attention given, to UMtRELLAS ,_ .a'; ,) '

guardianship of the civil authorities. understand that liberty means simply ,the' inflation on':'the public morals;.convert.Ing prlcrt1. that they acquire no bad habits, HATS AND CAJES. fC USE PRODUCE, TIMBER,>LU3LBZ1t, .

The finances of Savannah ore of course, in right to work and enjoy the products of labor,I the business of the country into gamblingand receive through the whole harmonic Instruction circle, and, but taught are to taken read AND COY.' ;,vt: ,,
an exceedingly low condition,and the defrayal and that the law?protect them. That being srously'diIihing the labor of the Mrs.' Weir.invites .GLASS, CROCKERY, WOODEN AND: Con ijtnmeots are Ilt and will,re-?-: .

of the! necessary expenses of the city, for the done, and when we'come""to"the period to : getting rich, 1hPAOatheywould..bk.tade those who undr WILLOW WARE.FURNITURE.. ceiyed strict rt, &l Business, '
that :,mitW rk ofstarve' thc stand music ; for assured that they ; i- carefully.and promptly doe.. Oct.I* ":
police, lightning of the streets, etc.,will present feel jrin coun while morality languishes, and unproductive her method of instruction. mOlt. 1 'r.:

on interesting problem for our financiest try ,will be prepared to receive a Bysttra apjplicable industry of the country is being demolished. readily Terms appreciate f 3 per month-two lessons perweek. .' : WA D. :;'.

Savannah-was the last city of the State to' to b th white and "black pepared was hopeful that, by wise legislation/ Oct..28.. 1m., 1 'YOUNG/' MAN': / {'IH

be restored, to its civil g( vemment.-Sat- to receive a systeni* necessary to.the
tlTi7U1A Herald.- .:A short time back you'could not enfprce'"the currency specie standard : :GARDEN SEEDS, -1 f. N ; ROOM' D.pa\euauddrbylUt S R. -;

___LViaoim- __. -- .- I vagranVlaw'on the.black,but could' ',on' the without those financial 'troubles which lUST by.steamer Fountain,a lot of Garden Oct., 7th l 1' Talt oualakT F1

CONGRESSIONAL LEcTiON."A: : \hlt m'nt get the public'1; mind right; : have in all countries. followed protracted and "'&recel'e,, "w warte. AND ,CHAMBER; SETS,; .-.- -5 .

despatch to the New,York Times botli alike.- Letns get the exu1vcwar.: STORE. : _
dves the cn tr : AtcO ,All,of which will be.sold cheap for.cask; 'NOTc' : .
following names of the members of Congress. general 'principles,at tbe details and collate- ".. >* ,, Septembers 'i S 1K-WEEKS .rizia DAn WILL ALyifT'i*J

elect from Virginia: rats will follow 01 I The Admission of Vie North Carolina Congressmen P. Daniel. Merchants' mJhe)interior will do well: ''theAc'g'Jute o' :Duval '
First District, W. H. ;3., Curtis r Second i, A conversation; some' l length'ensued:be- I Elect.-&."Washington despatch says Dr.'f. to West,late of said county, o' e..o Oe. t..i
in .
District L. I tween the P/esfdent! n Judge Wardlaw'andHr.TiescqUaatoUielegislationofjthi I circulated and believed be rlum practice bis profesalou call and 'examine'r: stock_ before pur- OctJl,1863.-6.w !. 1- '.
E. Chandler;Third District, B, : a report to correct HAVING and its vicinity, may b found at the l'-L"Y W. t .

J.Barbour; Fourth District, Bobt. Kidd-: [. ; $tate I I'l politicians of,;North Carolina, tat residence of M:. Joseph N. Haddock.Octliitp chasing e's' her : '. : ,,',

"':ay; Fifth ,District, John Minor'' BotU';, necessary In reference W the .condition l : of I the o(tbel Con en ele >, ,. FOB8: _; -
S Sixth District,A. H.- IL, Stuart;' Seventh 'l freedmen,and to the the scope -ami consequences 'ent name n of the call '. O. SLAGER.I A' wAGmi&TEN }XU1 HOUSES: -AIaP --

District, Robert Y. Conrad; Eighth District of the'circular No .15, and,general L ed by the Clerk at the opening ,f ton.; JOB PRINTING, I I !..' Apply L i thebvsineateentre6fiCk10Uevii at QuneyI. .. '.. ,

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ii TH* SABBATH. OF THE. YEAR.' From tfietdndan'Timel; SeptllOUi 3.J' ,t The evcntsof. the lalcTvarliavc probably ;: ( : eW'l I JOHN ,JONES, 1 Pr W. 4 A. W. ''INGERSOLlt -.

> *i BMPMM II B P*"""*""*<-lll *l l Tho unlucky i!cnlans:,must Just, .now, ; be! convincedthe' world,_by 7ths! .tmct. 'tbat'j All l Americans are familiar withf thIs sou- j t j '

L When cornea the Babbath of the Year sorely 'discouraged;;i Not their 'romantic Southern wome are not the : "I] briq uet of'General' Andrew nckn;; yet- Wholesale, and flotiIIDRUGGIST t ; :i Wholesale &
I 'TII sweet In woodland to Retail
path stray offashionandlblly that "the artist of ro- very few know how it was the old ; f
Er yet the follact fluttering Nft', name,nor Ihcif-imposing numbers, nor their ,
t mance" have .
nrepttocWnp11eeq. lghted.t paint, them. Achert. I happen to beable, to, inform : ,
'I. mysterious organliatloh, nor their grand purpose cording'to pno .mo famous; writers of' Jotr'reader. :E DEALERS IN GENERAL .

2 1h To nUN In xatGr*a quiet halls. have availed to,rouse the.,admiration or the.Nbrtbhey have shown "a will, a soul, ; 180.rwn intimately acquainted 'ft1! Bay Street, Jacksonville. .
Where like aalnt, ahe tanda mt pray erVUfc ,. .
a a ; ch i '
the mlenthrall*, sympathy of the Hvprldl Now that the Irish charwh directed arightis JohilAle United State Agent, of the I
IL \ onm thought ; suffiCbic Would call the attention of dealer and i
r ADd ..lier *p rah, Ye< :y' : police has'come own -''uponthemeerycn t t dcm the past and,brighten ,- residing in Pontotoc ;,' his largertment .of oento Ptt MERCHANDISE

has his fling at them!, The priests denounce future"'Tr and'with his brother, Capt.. Win.. Allen,the Medicinea,Fat Arce'PaDt. Oils,Window OW = .

S The gang are&1DIo)lyrics 1IIa loud t allthefioauner la carelca glee long, them with the vigorous. and telling:r rhetoric r worere never', written, ,or ,spo.-r.j a merchant in'that town. I learned from 8ttona.... &aroag may be fond ,

Glide onward with.soberer aong, of,their order; the farmers will have nothing of the: South can .never, t''Captin'ViUam Allefj that his father was a 8nJhateQulnp. -, -u1 ---.

A tenderer melody. to do with them; newspapers which might in any sense or in the s1ghtest degree be held, devoted friend of General L : Cream OH,Tartar -1 .

I They hush their Toicea to& hymn have been counted upon"to defend Ireland responsible for any of of civi I Jackson, and that he and his brother ,John L LL Calomel, READY-MADE CLOTHING
t the Saxon .war Theirs it was to mitigate ,the served in his in all his campaigns Blue Mass. ,. ,
I \ Subdued and soft,though echoing clear:: against exhaust the vocubulary or a sldier er ,
Through woodland sUes and arcbwsya 41nl- contempt against the too eager revolutionists war, and)throw bright halo; ,of affection,, camped at same fire,' and t Sulphur, -

'k I ; The vespers of the year.: They"- 'c.fools.;nln i s, mere tailors and*L kindness or? fortitude ant romance, around, a .messed with him dur'g the Creek war..They .- Migntsla, &.0 Groceries d ,

1 Though the winged choir alar hat..flown.Yet shopboys playing at treason;their impudence,. period. There otherwise ehieved barbarism andwoe. I wcrc cerainl' ,favorites with him;. Patent Mediciuc. ji Provision -
now the West wind*breathing seems in p pretenauag,represent,Ireland js unbear wa.amissionofcharity and humanity and he r for their friendship by r Townsend'a .
l \ Like the religions organ's tone able;and anything in the midst of, a wild carnival of:I giving them lucrative in the Ayer'a&npa ; I ,
they at the appointment
j: .Or music heard In dreams,. may get next bloody well did, they ; Chickasaw nation : sident.- Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral, r !| j Ales aiiitI-WIne
Assizes will be deserved. diablsn.nd per -
I richly But this is 1 '" "wa Ayera Ague Cure, ; .. *.
:, Up lightly from unnumbered rills not all* Even tho ,land which,,is .the .birth I for mISIon. In'conversation with Captain 'Allen about I; Indian Cholagoguc. .,. '.; ,-,, .
: Far-apreating floata vapor gray, place of Tenianiiia, repudiates them: Not Having learned 8 well their capabilities General Jackn', on onooccasion, I asked DaTl Pain Killer. U [>ot* de; Shoes,
Like incense that IOme temple fills, only is the American L in a session of deadly strife and dire adversi- him how :cd the name of"Old Hick Radway'aRemedie*, !

': Where thousand kneel to pray. of being guilty of friendly GovernmemVsuspected intentions: toward I ty; they are well prepared now,to play their: ory ?" I give his reply, as well as I can remember Yabnestoek'sVermiluge Worm ,' : j lints Sr
in the : Cao1. Caps,
: !. The nulling of the leaves aloft. England, but leading men in the'States and I part let us hop endless in his own words: St American Fevcr A ague Remedy, : i
I" future oi and -
When the bland breeze tbe branches stirs. important of declare Fenian peace prosperity so plain Durin' the campaign which included the DrW' E.Gngr.
\. Is like the mumering low and soft ..' Ism to be organs opinion : ly lies before usl As the.United States never I battle of Emuckfaw Creek, the was \ Syrup, ] Wooden Ware. .
their side
'. ; an imposture of the 'urmV Uyatt'a Life ,
I, 1 c f Omyr&d worshipers. ocean. It cannot be doubted that this enterprise would have found out how great,and match- moving rapidly to'surprs the : : I

I ; The lingering wild-flowers blooming fair: has now collapsed the leaders are. ii less was,their military strength, without just, we were without, the month ant, ': Vplpal'.Remedr.Lnment. YANKEE NOTIONS
.I "Though dreaming of the frost of Death. custody and in :a. fair way conviction 1suc h a war as we have lately passed througLLI I I ]Iarcba'cold equinoctial rain fell on"us L, ; Roger'a ., Lnnror and Tar, ;t ,
Send Up ward, like unuttered ; sot the Women
t prayer oo of the South with sleet which lasted I. 3Ie1DnD' Eiur. BUTTER
their.iollowers. are covered with ridicule mingle day J. ,
: PI The fragrante of their breath i a have learned Brts Oi : -
i their
real I
thing that an Irishman finds hard to bear.- strengh' and influence L- was exposed to the weather, : '>' IirffM &1., ic. i CHEESE

Like friars the aged trees around All the,politicians,'Liberal or Tory hasten to -their immense being: use- I and'was suffering severely with a bad cold I Photograph Alums, ,. ? LARD.
Sewn telling beads in fitful ful and doing good-without just such and throat Brdl. j
Whene'er prayer assure us that the people connected',with the a .wa.I sore night we bivouacked I in Blank S ; PORK,
a dry leaf to the groundDrops Le: them never forget the lesson. It t Bb ,
I should I a muddy bottom, while it 1
were was FLOUR
through the mist j air. movement no whatever, and 1 pouring down ; WaHetd ,
-' the point to the obscurity of those teach them to scorn and scout-all the vanities iI I rain, which froze as it fell. Jly brother John Mlrrorj :J i HOMINY,
: : We feel a presence undefined, as proof of their assertion. ofprdeand fshion. It should teach I j and I, finding that he was very unwell, became I Hair. Tootb. (Clvib,Shaving \ SUGAR,

V.NjVe As, catch If of their spiritual vague things words; on the wind It would;however, be 'an error, equal to that the woman's, toowe may",say it lla taught them-. uneasy about him, although ,he did; and Whisk Brnshe, 4c.: ,&' \1 COFFEECORVEE
; :
consists in
: that of the Fenians glory .being usetulas not complain, and l laid down his
We heu them ware their wings. themselves,if the.English upon blanket Perfumery, Elr..
Government and people were to take no note: well as ornamental, and that in I her sphe/c, by the camp fire with his soldier See- Lu ,ins Extract, OF BAY and OCEAN STS.
Tea, awe feel. and see, and hear, of what has are included all the charities, all the I, ing him wet to the skin
To aerfons passed during the last few months.: bumaiies the mud igllt Blooming Cereus, j
As when there mood tolls the upon soul the compels ear Fenianism may b<3 nothing.but the spirit all the finer feelings s, and nearly n1.tho I and water in his suffering condition, we de- "Fancy Extracts, Jacksonville, Fla.

The sound Sabbath bells' from.which Fenianism has and of this wicke ter mined to try and make him more comb Colognes, 1C ISttL-tf
is :r- SepJ. ,
sprung worthy I Hair Oil
wo rld. And let them remember I table. ,
j of all Sap
attention. t
The circumstance Sozotlont,Tooth Soaps and
t. If thoa an wearied with the jar, very that them too Peace have ; Powder
no of may victories, no les j "We cut down a stout St<*rlins's; Kendall's Ambollne k. & I
; The dost, the noise, the fret of life person note, no person belonging even hickory tree, i in \hlbrs c.
renowned than
And tbooVouldst only hear from far to the higher ranks of tha middle class, has they won in war.- I which the sap was rising, and pealed the bark iCOMEANDSEE;

1 The tumult of the strife. taken part in it makes it the more difficult I to; a8hri Gazctts.. j, from it in large flakes; cut two forks and a Gum Sugar and Candles.Burnt !.

When come.the Sabbath of the Year, deal with. efluealed people were found -A- --- -- pole laid down a floor of bark and dead 1mp Drops,Lozenges *Almond e.. k.Statioaery. Prpperraint TilE >"EW STORE OF {'. .\. CASE! & COJEWELERS _

Within the wild-wood enter thou : banded together to resist the Government, it On WatrFal on Fir. t leaves, and roofed it, and closed one side, or CORNER BAY AND OCEAX STS.
Cares from thy heart shall disappear, might be with safety assumed that definite Thuraymoming young, lady, wel rather one end of the structure, against the :
t The shadowi from thy brow. grievance existed : kn went into a cigar wind with bark, and left the other end Letter, Note and Foolscap Paper, Mr.Case. Watchmaker George
which could be removed in open.] Peck during the put sixteen
by legislation. There tUt city, to purchase some cigars for her 1 We then dried our blankets, and made him Whit andYeliowEntelopes, J I has opened a. boj' at the above month.
In that wide fano not reared by binds never has been: fat who is an invalid a I PC, InksndInktandl'laying &cCntlcrj : mentipned "
Shall blessings unto tbee be giYeH, a great insurrectionary movement the Having completed pallet; in the tent we had We I l'arN place and will be pleased to see
on her '
As pour upon the parched sands of purchase, she was leave the woke up the old constructe. -. I his friends and hopes to give the same
The welcome showers from heaven. part an educated class without some realcau."C store, when the back of head took fire Generl, wi some 54 uai4CtUU Tn his work all heretofore; everything will
quarrel; and, by removing the cause, from a light on the counter par difficulty persuaded to crawl With Razors, Uizor: Straps, Pocket Knives, an] >Vis.ors. re< e6ia; personal attention and be hopes that an
And thou Ihalt know that it was good. it is possible to restore trauquility. But whatare the convenience placed there I for his saddle for a pio\V wrapped in our dry experiewe of 1Itfenean will entitle him to the con
of customers. In Tohaeeo.Xavy fidesce jf the llbUc. A fine stock
a moment: blankets and an goods in
In our
Listening Join Nature's; the fire
to he
we to
prayer. an slept
say organization
And, In the composed was a great blaze, Anderson' Solace and line will tie always on hand and offered at. reasonableprices.
wandering solitude. altogether of the and half tlere am1'fzzlewnterfal snugly and soundly all night, well caed in Amulet .
poor educated C. A. CASE.
Her silent and the flames and
share. Tobacco.
i rapture : hickory bark. Xltckick Shngh Andern'* :ml1ln ? .
without plan of social reform J.9.HOLLAND.
4. Sept., 1&'& W. I- 8. any whatever: ? and consumed her vail. Human efforts
----,- ..- Englishmen can now discuss the political in this case, available, and the fire wascxtinguished were, "The next morning an old man from the Cigars of the best brnnd-. Reptejaber'-J 16-tf.

A Mi btevou$ Political Issue Probably state of Ireland with a clear conscience.- without its neighborhood came into camp with ajug of f 'i GEORGE A. PEC'K
having scorched Pipe
the -
t They know and the world whiskey, with which, after imbibing
knows that quite
Abandoned. the
lady and she Slencbauni, "VVatclimakcr'
young her I and
proceeded on journey : freely himself he Jcxveller
Irish us an 'a treat'
., In what were, but a short time since, circles people suffer no wrong whatever. They through this vale of tears, with her yailrent. as the liquor would gave as far Imitation SlerscLanm, i ,AS-tOXST.\XTLY
have perfect equality with the natives of The go. He seemed to be a Brierwood, Rowo AppMvtxxl.Cl' ,kc_ H ON HAND AND
of ultra and intelligent supporters of the Great Britain in matters of finance utmost composure prevailed. It ki jovial and patriotic old Diamond and Safety : for':a1e, Gold and Silver Watches and Jewelry.
: ; they are is somewhat remarkable that the felow ; ( Aldo. $ good asson&ient of
wnter.f allist Spectacle,
sort Stationery,
t negro-suffrage doctrine, it is now admittedthat allowed considerable privileges. They come should have first taken fire, and it nii While of'privileged charcter in his county. LlquoJ. Syrup.. ftr. Combs, linuhcs. Perfumery Soap,Tooth BrnshCK -

the whole thing, to make use of a co:mto England and succeed in every walk of life, doubtless have assisted in putting itself ftaggering among the camp Brandy, Cut1 including some of those celebrated Wade
fires full k
of fun
and he itakbtr Razors Razor Straps,
being received with out whisky, blundered Shaving Brushes and
much less Sherry Wine
mon expression, "has gone up." It matterslittle jealousy thanan We have often heard capillary a!tractons: upon our little bark tent, which immediately Port Wine, Cup, racket Looking Glasses Pocket Books and
Englishman received in bickor
js Ireland. All but this kind of attraction was iremorafitlums, Photograps Albums, holding from
to us that the admission proceeds from> this the Eenians admit. ; arreted twelve td one hundred
do nta eycing pictures Violin.
They not pretend i than agreeable. We think it would be it for atenton.ter Whiskey, Banjo aoJ
the fact that considerations of party demand they are ill treated make t a moment 'what Guitar.Strings, Tape Measures from three to one hun
; they light of difficult Ulackberry
matter to back
her Brandy dred
(even blindfolded) sort of an outlandish Indian "fixin" is :eee.Jlct chaum Pipes and Sejfmr Holders Rubber
S the abnegation of a cause held as sacred so tenant and candor right, and' they have the good sense ito a tobacco store again, though with I the and gave it a kick which tumbled down this the I ; Lemon Syrup Vanilla, Syrap, We Stems; Crochet Needles,Silver Thimbles, &c.. .(.
to that have received One
the just a
r:. recently. But the question arises whether is not say a thing worth Protestant Establishment father praiseworthy object of bringing back I her quceI looking stmctur and completely bu I1y ri- RII.IJrfyrl Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple 8yrnp.PaintH. Silver Cane Heads and a lot aaeortoent of thoe fine Gold Howard and

who abandon in quairehi ing some cgar. The young lady; however : e the old bark. As he out v Watches; which give tueb. iptendid satisfaction. ,
1. the class politicians a about. All they want is to get rid of the made struggled OH. etc. Watches, Clocks and
the matter, exclaiming in of the ruins and looked Jewelry repaired on abort no
dark hour one of their tenets-a fond one- English and to set up for themselves. very classical language, "Et JPIth fiercely around I for White Led. tice and wuLifacuon guaranteed. .Work from the toon-
fumo tlm e author of the mischief, the old try will receive and careful attention. "Remem
They do not talk about the toper recognized : Gren. prompt
is entitled to even a hearing before the country "Saxon, I for, cem. -.':: Y. 1elC. him, and exclaimed : 'Hello Old Chrome Yellow, I ber the place, at the Old Stand of C.D. Oak,m Ocean
as they very justly observe, ,hardly Prussian Blue street. .
anybody Jolylic.
of their creedrIt Hickory! Come out of
for other
dogmas in Ireland can say that he has not Saxon: The New York your and joinus Red and Black Paints
has been supposed that the great trial lof I blood in him. Why then do papers are publishing ac in a drink. Linseed Oil. Benzine, WHITE SPRINGS .
they want L; to of the cause of Bennett's with HOTEL.JLuroTox
count quarrel "There was something so ludicrous in t head Plaster Paris,Whitinu, kt., .
radical republican measurns would be joinedin rebel ? Simply in order to separate fr'ommd arnum, which led to the exclusion of 1]ar- whole scene, that for his .Window Shae S 4 : COCSTT. FL.'.

A 't; Congress, but the better opinion of sagacious end Great of their Britain.wishes.This They is the do beginning not want 1>ett num's o the combination advertisements theatrical from the Herald; and rank could not restrain respect our merriment.presence a He I Petroleum, THE undersigned public that be takes is pleasure prepared 13 announcing accommodate to

is fast that will be manager i to very good humoredly joined us in l Congress Waterz those seeking a healthful and
men forming, they ter.Government ; at least, they do not pointto withdraw their laughing pleasant sifaation.
patronage from that paper.- at the mishap. As he rose up, and shook I I 8ldt Pwaes. Our tables are famished with the beet the market of
so enfeebled in the minds of substantial men: anything with which they profess to 1 be It seems that Bennet purchased Barnum's: bark from him. he looked hem the country will afford.
particularlyschemes discontented. s tough and ate Extract for making Hoot Beer, ic., 1 He has.comfortable backs
They have no twelve the old reI running in connection
before the period of congressional assembling or political reform. Their desire of for year leas Museum lot we all' gave him a tira 'Hurrah tor old Hickory. June 10-tf with every train, between this place and the> Railroad

that they will receive their coup de i independence from $200,000 having previously secured the This was the first tune he ever -- depot at Welborn.,
springs an unreasoning pri\"iege purchasing the ftc of the land I of the words, which were afterwards hear W.A.TL"r- En. Proprietor.
grace by the annual executive commun icad of the British connexion, resembling[ i Mr. for shoute July 224f.
Sargent, For by the millions of his
H more an instinct than the conclusions of Ins reason he saw fit to $50,0. clili e appeared among,them.countrymen" rer R. T. HAZZARD & CO,.,
5 tion.Nothing but the acts madmen who beings. nation to clinch the latter bargain, and on I will only add that Captain William Allen :JUST RECEIVED,
The -
xthe truth we conceive to be that Fen lan- sending.wor to Mr. Sargent that he ,"had 1[ l of Davidson A Full Cargo of Goods, Consisting of
I- .1 tum'up in the South, a counterpart of i represents the traditional! feud between County,Tennessee,who died
to purchase" that' accommo' i in Pontotoc hi 1837 Dry Goods,
was distinguished forcourag WHOLESALE DEALERS :
,; the
: financial agitators at the North, can avert conquered race and religion and dating gentlemen said : "Very well Mr. integrity, and strict and I Groceries,
in the the race and religion of the invaders and Bennett is at to do veracity ;
such result.. But if mischief arises liberty as he likes ; and may Be
as a true Hardware
regarded accountof
that it is maintained : -
; 4 'South, the thing is not inseparable from human -. brances of the now by the rem em- with this sailed for Europe without leaving the origin of the nickname of Gen.Andrew- ; Stationery.
and IN
past, not by any present address or offering to abate one jot or Jackson. Boot and Shoe,
nature; and it is no part of patriotic[ grievances. No good administration on the title from the price named. This unexpected: '.- Ac., &'.. 4.e

j I stntemanship to abate heart, hope, or effort to part of the Queen Government can eradicate i issue left the astute journalist in a posh ;ion Proclamation Abolishing Jlartinl Law In At Wholesale and Retail.JoaNs.sAlnh1&co. .

4 restore the Union, though the edifice may at once the animosities which have somewhat like that of the lucky gentleman WJterea*-By a Kentucky.proclamation of the th REID'S BLOCK, BAY STEEET, : ..

: not stand forth.;in perfection in a day,but grown Fenians up are during the grandchildren so many generations.of the rebelsof The who won two the elephant thousand in the dollars lottery-he had dy of July, 1t6 the President of the Unit> S .S' Forwarding=and Commission Merchant.
pad hundre an States la bonrl1I .
exisit in its material 1798, and their civil war was flagrant, Fla..
only, parts. youth was passed amid the On the to JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
secure and when w Expected arrive
privie. faiue combinations were in in soon to from New York,a fn
Lei that sober, sound conviction of the harangues of O'Connell and the conspiraciesof the proe |
'- Simth O'Brien. proposed, Kentucky for the purpose of crgoofGgod3. J-S.S *CO.
When -
c mind which the result in Connecticut such a population through his broker, to Mr. Barnum that he raids into July 22- f.
); c ( ;.by as the Irish have such memories a government take the lease back. To this proposition thecourteous gents that State, directed that the -

: ; has sent a hidoous form of ultraism of angels would not content them. showman proclamation suspending the privilege of the -
repliedThat's: ,' I
>; ,,_, to'its:grave, be still vigilant and active, and offer Their of natural excitability and is increased by the out of the question, I never make baby's quite I bargain writ fectual Habeas in Kentucky Corpus, and should that be martial made law ef GROCERIES, ..;, ,',.;:, ,...-: ; f j, NEW STORE ON THE BAY.
sympathy assistance from :
the,cloudless day ot an assured prosperity abroad, ; besidelhave spent the' money I long should be established there \'
and by the spectacle of the !I" Therefore and conE. D SEI
great events ago Benett and continue .
the entire gets'na excludes until said proclamation "I
1must finally country. which have been accomplished across the Barnaul's should b
hence revoke j _
modified and ? SHOES.- i "
Rational Intelligencer.A ocean. ; --
the row. SdC ,< EDBEHI FRANK
.' & CO.
Political tumult has an irresistible attraction -. ger from insurgent raids Kentucky has '' !., ,t ,

New Loan. for them, and England naturally presents The Irrepressible Ne.o. substantially passed away, now, therefore, I '" .' Next door to the Daguerrean Arti t.

1 Secretary McCulloch announces a new loan itself as the object against which I heiricre E'ctment ,.1 Danr ICy-Four Neyro Soli i ident be it known of the. that I, ASDIIEW Jorcsrsox,Pres HATS. "i '!.,."$''C 1 I iy E HATE Just received direct from Xew York,a

patriotism can be displayed. We must ( R111T8What General States, by virtue of the .. ,t I ff large-and varied stock of DRY
,, -$ ,oooOOO of five twenty year with authority vested in -, J. : .,' ,. 1 and ready
t : fore expect that Irish discontent, or rather Brtibin Said-A Negro [ in Mem- me by the consttution, made CLOTHING of the best quality ; abo1 WINES
six per per cent. interest in gold, payable inlay restlessness, will reappear in forms be .0 do hereby declare that the sid l PWUnght ''.'' t LIQUOBS etc.. which we now offer to the purchasing

and :November of each year. The loan fore it finally passes away. many That it will? phis.Irrom[ the.Louisville Democrat Friday., of the fifth day of July, one thousand ci ,- ; < .,".. :! or trading. public* cheap.EDP.EIITFRANK.Give us a can.
hundred : 4t CO.
We j--
eventually learned yesterday that during the fair. sixty-four, shall be and is hereby \ 1 Oct.1'
is made by authority of the act of March: 3, pass away we have no doul)(.- I I J
People cannot go.on forever lashing themselves in Danvie, Ky.,'an aflray ocrd.between modified in so far that martial law 'shall :.\ :: flOPE.S .-"
1865 and the bonds will be be l' '
coupon soldiers and no longer in force in ; I
boniL000 into fury without caused 'The rebellion sme the.cltlzens;of the, Kentucky from and : 'I Southern Pine
t : the denominations of ilOO,4500 of 1798 was a formidable movement be- place, which for a time created a. deal afer"e date hereof. Lumber.

: and registered bonds of the denominations: of cause there then existed real causes of political I excitement. The particulars, get a whereof; I have hereunto p set .; COTTON : THE Subacribers; solicit consignments of Southern
we could learn, were follows At my hand andtbused the seal of AGGIXG'I Lumber, on which they will make advances.
hatred,but : theegro the
The bonds every movement since that a
$5000 and will be'ia guednter Unite and which
.$10,000., amphitheatre on the fair States to be affixed. they will sell afloat or from yards. They -
time has been of decreasing' importance. grounds, four n believe th y hare the
in exchange for certificate* of indebtednfesmaturing '. The last was the enterprise of Smith O'Brien- soldiers were promenading around among;the Done at the v City of Washington, this WINES LIQUORS, t-e. iJ i i ie and equaled facilities Iargeatyard1nthet'uitedStatea.for the sale lumber.
: before January 1,compound i -"' *- ich ended without! loss of life, seventeen white people. .The marshal, named.Moore, a, -'- y twelfth day of October, in the year j W1LLSON WALTRONS & CO..
Fenianism Confederate, went to them and toldlong (ofnr.Lord one thousand lit.Avenue ft 39th Street *Wall Street
cst notes.and. 1e and 'two Y t7S ago. has been still reture { eight
; year treasurynotes'at' more L B I dred 'h or Goods paid for "Cotton" at the market t New York.
around and I and
i easiltopped. It be in go occupy a place an ( sixty-five, and of the i KSTEKWCI9.
may expected that inde
: three. per cent, premium, $103( ,in spite ot be organization of 800,000'Iri thinand, the negroes on the premises. Three of the I ; pendence ofht, Unic.States, of price Broadway Bank,New York. Clark Sumner t Ci .

certificates and notes being an equivalent for America, itere will no outbreak in Irel I four started willingly, but the fourth grew I America the Mechanics fc Farmers Bank. Albany. N. Y.

tl00'r the proposed loan. Interest will.'beallowed and that whet the generation which rer lein-, somewhat stubborn,and w'as being pushed ANDREW JOHX80N. t ,.: Northern, lumberOf
a down By the IIAZXxiRD A CO.
on,certifi.catcs. of indebtedness and hers the great Agitator has passed away, the I when st by Moore and another gentleman, W. Hcyran President : R I every-kind for ale by .
feuds between Great Britain and Ireland will negro drew his ,pistol and fre Acting. Scretr of State. ;: WUXSON WATEONS & co.,
one and two year treasury notes,which have become as purely historical as the traditional;' shooting the gentleman, in the breast. September 9lfFUNITU 1st Avenue&59 Sf. 84 Wall St. New York

already matured or which shall mature prior enmities of England and Scotland. The negro got with the other' three, and DEE.-A school: teacher who has .- ,CLARK SUUNZB fc CO.,
this b her" for the;; past two Albany N.Y
to November 1, up to"the date of maturity, AU we can recommend is patience, and by time the.citizensgrew 'excited and .wek I Oct. 14-lux
as hunted the teaching lord people, negroes
: and,when maturing after that .date' jnteresV:: much is lenity to these wouldbe'revolutionistsas and a general up nege. place.They found The them, decamped;carrying' with him all the, SALE. .-

will be.allowed to that 4 consistent with keeping them out ofnore negroes moneywhich had been received from A Company for the
the' their
day; upon compound mischief for the future. For emptied pistols at the citizens, but they lars all the scho
the '
the interest will were, each of them shot and it is book for which he had A LARGE AND STOCK r
interest notes be com thorough amalgamation of the two countries were said all been paid, and leaving boarding ET&'SI [: SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
S puted.to November 1 we must trust to time dangerously There was a OF I
the and
upon amount of increasing. I inter wounae. washing and other JPURNIXUKK,
collected 1 undersigned bviig associated themselves with
principal and interest. tile'' course. It is,indeed, to be wished that'such ,generl"clearing colored popula in'the future. He Htle.bUl b j f I W. H.1 Quincy of New
'- S (Compounded on intercourse were moro: complete' and at fair, or, no doubt,) others would,. has ', learning JUST .RCV Q CONSIGNMENT I t'tleof ,!: ; York under the style and
that departed with
backjjfsaid notes from the period next prior i have fared badly in the hands him. _
.Englishmen did excited AT WELLS'AUCTION
not hold so much aloof from i It.isthe-wishofairof: _, AND COMMISSION I I "Southern
citizens.Thatday "
i our citizens that SR Real Estate and Emigration Co..
to that date. When'
.holders of the.:certificates the sister island.. .This is one of the evils of the should COX8XSTCTG .
and interest d. have I its present state.; absenteeism and during the excitement, a' .be negroe .be educatedThey wilL OF A F T U 0 .I: For the purpose of selling
an notes produccssc'dltiont servants and
4 .treasury and
i of thereby.
company negroes were ordered to They should Tables C al'Cottage Bed-
sedition in from : .
-- fractional parts of$100 due them ..after pay senteeism. But so turn tnucllhas tends to been maintain' done ab in Camp Nelson, through Danville to some go other boweverbe[ careful how tley.trus8tmngeJ. tare. Looking, GJ.eT8I 'hundred double and PurniI I j I' alEa1ate .and aiding Emigration,

ing $103 for $100 of the bonds,such fractional : our time that ,it is,.reasonable to ; point. A.rutoor,spread through,the town qlu.W8 Sif 7z'ANEGR0 3t' wash stands,*a, to *ale ;I'I Offer their services to all In Georgia and Florida.f .
:hope the who
balance will be paid them in evils which have affected Irish :, that a negroes were 'marching KISSING nis'HAND M' are to clos the above consignment imme- may'dcsire, tell this kind of property and an
curren cy.- ,societyare. on the regmenfoC TO A LADY.- diete at Private or Public sale. The'public such callinffapon us, are requested give full and .
The Secretary.reserves the right of withdrawing now. near their nd. excitement took,a ris a A'negro who'had been in this place forsome ar Invited t call and examine the stock descripv&in's of land. .
; The Times in conclusion it is the feeling -:' and, the. citizens prepared.meet th w with time, serving the'capacity of waiter antI secure a great b\ ;JI. Those wha wish to purchase will do.well to give u.
tH8 proposal! at any time bef reXoTem.I'r that the B tish Government says is in guns,pistols, etc. Gen. Brisben happened the imnertinprira to, kiss. his haTHr: tn. ,0 had, I, WELLS' Aueton ad Commission Store, a call, as w have several

: 1, if he should wish to do so. way n' Vimiflrif Atit.li'riritt'. fTiaFtltto'"R..*.!,.,..some'tD/\ .. ---- ---- 7Vy- the Large, bodies ofvTarpentiaa
.. negroes they be : -
; ; ereigns are foreign; rulers 'Vhich would fgbtigthcirown ago. Being called to an account FOB SALE. and Timbered Land,
- : At the funeral these animat government,and that no breach of 'for'thi I '
t ; of Prince Joseph Bonaparte, seemingly snsels Any Ing, on, the. wa negro etiquette 'towards IOO"OO'O.AeLd\.t tract* from one bun- In Georgia and Florida in tho Interior and upon
at Rome after the ceremonieswere thing which town.' Thisspcech somewhat lady; he replied that the River St '
conclu ):.catf diminish(: this feeling will he could see rib Impropriety U0 acre* embracing Johns St Mary and Satilla entrusted
:; t dod, that is after the coffin of the Prince had the permanent of the dampened the,-;excitement, and dispersed the in I so doing/whereupon's of some ofU.most valuable plttoa.1 Middle to our.dlsportiU, j
pmot the
t been, deposited1: in its appointed place! I urges a larger tranquility "some sb; hurt." there would, 'have) ", ''been. ; 'lady; embrcedthe'flrst' fred ; old with th m of;them tber the are.1k erp, ..fcc., F b Bl1.c P.JOYES LZEK.EI, }' ThomawiUe.Ga.Jacksonville. .
in the J. nityof a of .
family vault, the vnatre de hotel att on.Chohoar"at the: head of : returning the salute by the applica and turpentine l.F.PLOTP.
S .. of the defunct walkied up to' thA coffin and Goverment IaD nation.;'"-" d. h of Mout Hoo Oregon, has,been in a state, 'tion of a good sized cudgel over the'darke/g Vsinablebustnesssnd residence,It inthlafty, Oc!!U-tt ? ,Fla

s&ldiha"grave tone:-'Vostra alteza non ---; -.a- is sinc September' 23d,' which: 'It pate. The gentlemancommitting the assault Iprne tad atpr\e. d' -
?; J command r"What are high- supposed some connection ,with 'ihc,,.! was arrested and lironght before H.McCOhtIICZ' Ant_ : :
.A : your justice Har- Jackaony1l1c1a., 3t3m : .LIME.
; < GREELY AM recent earthquake : Sept LIME. LIME
TUE ,.in
ness's orders No CAROLISA '
i 1)) reply issuing from the Calforia }o/Wbo"dimisdJhc' the ,
: .. f coffin, the matre if*tafrf packed out,'Andiori; 1 Jf EOROES.'The laic 3Iassa Greely,' the central' part of this" only',:'althougI: [ 'ver- LAND 'AGENCY. For8Ale,1nqnantldeston1tpjreejbU.T.MUT."j r..

r,"; ':,:i reaching the portico tbe.cburch,' shouted t hi! colore'brthr of 'North Carolina, shock. TbeSacramcnto' .tr/ium/says" the"Central pIdRecorder.); t 'rjgh. E1cot's Mills.. ,,- Feraandin Ija..April.20.1863.

to the coronetted carriages without: "Tornate sys te Herald 5th, has, inspired the I. Pacific Hailroad Company has laid A.. H.' MoCORMICK : '.-

/' n easa,SU& altezr non command niente." recipients with a'-great' respect' for 'him. A its plan for the next year's survey. They J[The Herald says a telegram has beetf FOR |aARRIAOSGriDE.-YOTJlia'S'
,\ (Home! his bIgiinesa-Jai given' no 'orders.) resolution thanking the young colored .m have.developed a better lino over the. moun ceived frm'Fort James;on ; 'AGENT of Lands BE caAS ,,m LOGIa.\L WORK of every one a 0. Doctor

-, The custom dates from the fifteenth" century. who had edited papers in the .cause of tains than was: ..anticipatedThe,, directors British :'Columbia, theFrerRlve Address thoee Being a Private Instructor for Married Persons or
versal freedom was lately* passed' by the after a full'cons1derattoxf ftIic'workieforc ton of the Russian American Jacksonville,'FL' about W Many, both Kale and Female,la everything -
Telegraph Line concerning the
Angust 26:
them physiology and relations of our
Nor NcgroConveptlon in concluded they can and will I' point, and that 131:1iI: ? Sexual System,
I .I lay a track Capt.-Conwayisrapld. I the Production Prevention of
&: CT. Watson tele or
Trbm the .
observa ,
p at Raleigh when to.TruckerRlver.on- ly OF Offspring,
a pushingon CO.PAIITNEUIIU'. including an
question th.04'
arose StuartV 1 bt
as of dlscorwica
I 1 tory! at-Ann Arbor,Jnchigiiv date .of I wh ;crnslop' tward. Lake. The: THE firm of : tire given la Ithe never
W r terorot it applied to' "Brother SierNcvad U8'mlc' cable to cross will be' JAQKSOK& .x .dissolved or Thto English language by, Ww.Young,D.
L OctobefPth 11 strait : I on the 80th September ia\ato sTainable
l p.'. & 'ToUon-i:: "IItaye colored August A by mutual consent, Mr-W. U fa and Utereating 'wort
: I t. ; the plearore to Announce that'I discovered' anerrplannet that JetbcJ cbarter. ex 'er. given the nec- Aino pry is''a1' orr-tho way to B. Jackson, withdrawing Irom the firm.The business nd ia written Jq Plata language for the general reader.
'( '". at about half, pine Uf'Orley'wa not a Core ] -' cessary o- ggcfhg(-bjectt't.a \. r River 'norhwnnl,to1 'meet will be conducted hereafter by the undersigned, who ,illustrated with upward of one' hundred engra-
? past 'ten' o'clock] a ,; .. aDothe;working party thankful for the pact patronage bestowed upon the firm, Ttnga AU young married peoPle. or those eontemplatfagmarriagtv'and -
,. < thb evcnine. It shines like A star of the nine A of spads.;remarked "dat he always ak' to Tjiojfc&u: PioneerClimates: : :tbttbe- .5- .Herald'a advices state that the Anady hopes:Od.1,1.stIlt to'merit"a,continuance. of. the same. : married life, having the ,lead bnpedlmeaito.
t aadbnehalfnUemitudOtJtnd is 'wheat e ; 'L.VTAB110CK.CAlJTIOJrTO should read CIa book. Ii discloses ascreti -
Brudder 3Ilnnesota .
situated in crop this bids' '
to be & full'blooded will fiur.to bcxairrieU '

(1. .vt:,;,;,. ,. the eighth ascension l. U deg., and 45., mia.'W .. ,;'t!:,b t datjf, Greeley{hq wawj'l den lie! > deserved out nearly nine millions i bushels year, threh' pleton'a l eh earlier to day a than successful, was general.com''' 1.'ERDY\ ": cauton, T, E'P17Bi.J., :the:it is a tta.UT book that ansi one should be locked be up acquainted:and not wiia.lie aboot Still
drt'Jlnatfon person house.-
i., _". .:- ,.t."L"oeg.nortW!' "-;' ... '. ..ft,j .l: i---' A ., a'dage-pln Jfr i.tnty.fe c?busjjels VM to I ] .' Colj; Buckley. o'n. his:'way I dill,for anr'probertY!any In thepo.seualogfg5 aplnst'batn or tra.S WftyCeata It Addma will be sent Dr.to WY any;one. YOt'f on the. nceiptof Xou 416

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