Florida union
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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: November 4, 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: UF00053711:00030
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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'mK'R A'N'T a. tcrns a p g' ,the States as would be most .conducive get them away from the olu5Western track, :
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T JbaOencg)J.1i- Vrry, iWiwaoZ There is V : the time and space are not at my .coritroL. "I' 1 '.V .
*EavuADr, but!ope answer and that be\ State
VV .may ;; a.. permanent appoint ,capable, persons andsend'them
Governor.tf South Carotina.:. condensed : At an early day.L will resitme the'rebJect -:
OrobeT 28 .florid. V V into a few words: body,'and should'at once, open correspondence ITortti.to. study .thoroughly the ,, J
8nt.: I shall make no other apology ad. The South and illustrate it with avaricryi of statistical -
L ILa. UMI must tb.rVrJicr immense tnt- with and district of, the measures which New.Toik for instance haadopted
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cAL I. $u. ..,.. esdxtg joa'thb commnnication than.Is, to cultivated domain into the market : ",I dat which I.havc.coUectetl with some e care.? 'J? V
ata low several
States;,inviting information the .in. theij>rpmptioiToXthewelfare J :and
be found. the.feet.that yonv are, naeStood"" price 1ce'th With great regard,your cbedient: ,ervant/j-.i ;
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o. FFREYr character and 'eSt
held d
WM. from recentlpublicationa by value.of soils, and the quantity security emigrants, b1is1i" similar' '
individual J.D.Va DEBmr.
to.nafe oommlttedJoq proprietors: and resort to intelligent laws and s. '
.. available for settlement,and the lowest cubcredit exiiedien .
IeftJlaat. elfpulilidy:. 1 i in -* 1 i-f No. 40 BBOADWAT NEW Sqex "
CoBlB0. actiTelj favor, of, and vigorous,measures. at the earliest and j V .J) ** "
prices of the same. This information -"The.South, with its enormous natural ,
opening the State(of Soath Carolina Thursday,Oct12; UWi. f '. '. ,; .
,, and, moment, to induce,an influx. of population .. ought to its fertile for V '
'FLA V be given to the public ,In! the sources, larids production,of : -V.-- ,.,
JACK N.YILLE' i wItb1tth Ir 'th i- > : JeS.
.. to.th u t and
l n' capital from abroad.
This i
liberal is entirely form of.circuiars and addresses,: translated valuable staples, 'its .forests, mineralsaridwaterpower "NOTE.-Since the above swas 'writteD/-!1,:*V ,

jILLIIi :;UBLJP ficadeVand cfenIgiats the i upon.further a fact 'and enlarged practicable., into German and French, and 'distributed ,may assured. !that'her .new' -have-' been put in possession. 'tt Ui" Jii'eSt"'r _" .f : .. r

hat' you.are in. a That the landed properties of the, South abroad through Our Consular..agents., enterprise will.be richly remuneratedVshe'\; : 'port of the'Superintendent- --i*t irnmigrationai
position from>hich a most ;, -- .. ,_ ) ,
have hi vl. ,
in- been
Commission Merchant ,J .iBdo dfer important general, too large', "and'that It is needless,however,, to suggest what will soori'see, her.property, increase. Jn .value,' ':Nc'Yor: ,: %. ,'tiqbi ;
lerUd. ie'wnble'tjuestipn.may. .be ex- great benefit would result to.the 'proprietors would be the duties of such ti' commission.The .- and become wealthiest. ,portion of'the'.Union. .By.thislt app'that:11*.numbeotmigrants'whoreath'edN V fin t I
JackwuviUe, TLuCasJi'W : by disposing low rates of the' scan i1 "
surplus, intelligent experienced minds thus *York 1n SG ,-
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It lias teen ... 'V
evident to. .. ,
.4Y1* iupplieaj thoughtful. men .at. scarcely considered. .open to: argumentation. brought gether'would soon the The United Slat'ei j aliva to the U' "" : .
,_coaIgeQUtO C.3.CAIDWELL th fiootli ib atoejtoi that'her develop ; jmp rtance. 1m.qr MPJ$ !nYn.JQ.tI -VV -fi.
'. | V jjnn ca- ._ .Several years since I caused the. .returns wisest and of securing the'largest mKer to.>
;' f'lQ prosPe V'1 and *r ** t' -V *" system upon their recommendation .nu (emigrant, entports.: "Ofthese92,469 jjntemled. psidejin. -. I' .;

*. JKOKKIB>." ,,. .. with other wealth, comparison of the United States Census, of.which.I aid and legislation,as might be :necessary -have 'established: :X Bureau ,of 'Immigration )i e'iy York, 28,508 to "Pomsyivania[ .
StCCESSOEfl TO BKKWJUl.* 'CALD, was greatly.retarded by ..was then in charge to be examined upon the' would readily be afforded by the State ? attached t to >the .State Department "atWashmgtori .,;aai Kew'Jersey,21,014'In ICew Eng1an4.1.. T

COTTOX FACTORS AKD pESEBU. OOMMlSSIpHMEKCUAXT8 a deficiency of labor ; and jnany .among us point,and the result for the number of farms, Governments.In arid also an'Emigrant Office in 662| in .Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, /
'Went'so far !
even, as theorize upon the reopening which were selected at random was as follows the City of New York Jer.cl r Wisconsin Minnesota dalifornia .
of a matter of such delicacy,> it is evident' aSnperintendenL : ,rows :.and 1

3. Old Slip Hew York. 'Africa'and communications with Asia for with the coast of : that any conflict or rivalry between the States This legislatlo;'in connection :4979 in'Kansas: 'ebraskaSnad ,j&q, andt. -7-
the '
CAUJWttU I B. C.VOWS n.Aupd' laborers purpose of securing Kentucky........Farms.943 Over 1,000 Acres.33 would be productive lasting injury, especially with the Homestead Law, which passed Con- I"8,118 in. the Southern- SLate ,In, ,"the ,yes .r18634 .\ .. V

f L 6mCIA' or under some'othcrname., either as.coolies It ;occurred apprentices, Loalafana.South V Carolina..... ........9,400 1,558 467 in presence of the great, inducementsto gress on'the,20th of May,'1862,and makes a r despite( j of-*the war i thie.I r number- ,* r of Ger-. ttfoi' .

to Michigan.. .........8.181 2718 30 emigrants which are held out in other donation of ICO acres each settler,is having immigrants was larger than in theek.lingyis. pre". : V
scarcely any one that it was practicable Cbio............ } *e
A. TA3ILD. L.A. "OBK9OX. desirable or PeflflSyIVflIE..1,044 1,055 jj 11 quarters, and the organized and well-estab- a very marked effect,and,should, advise the .. :;. :, t ..,.*' V

FAIRCHILD &OflINSON.DEALERS even white to open the doors to free Rhode Island......2,650 is lished systems which exist for their introduc- South of the difficulties which, encompass DDflOBAKTS AT- NEW NKW-VOBC., ..,.," ,"
INoENRALMEBCHkDI8 immigrants, a prejudice being under's The staples of the South are of such .inestimable tion and settlement. her experiment, and pf the,course of action TotaL O nnanalt Total. & -
to exist in 18C1..6T.258 .27, t81863.r..153.523! :*
the <
minds of such I *
DRY GOODS, everywhere value to the'commerce of the world, Everything will depend the earliest likely to remove them. 1862..76.700. 24,1 18U.i..183.208 ,: .".
upon ..._ .
against into ; .;
OBOCEE1ZS, HABDWARE,ETC., ETC- coming competition with that they have, in the past, and promise beyond results, and mistakes are 'made from the The Commissioner of Immigration at J I V

Ell Street, JaduontOle Flo. slave labor. ; and even ifsuch prejudice did all contingency ii< the future, to come circulation of false ,information and disappointments Washington has thrown into pamphlet form [From the EnliuU Ner. Oct.12.; i' ,.'..

ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO not exist influences adverse to existing in- into triumphant competition with those of ensue, it will be difficult, almost i all the laws and instructions relating to the To Ute Planters. "'' :

ptembcr t -tf stitutious upon which the prosperity of the every other country upon the face of the impossible, to correct them. Knowledge of i general subject, and caused the 'same .to be' The editor of the Montgomery Ledger.who :l v V

South was believed mainly to rest;was likelyto earth. Sugar rice distributed in is a practical fanner,has made the following -:: '
cotton, tobacco, hemp these disappointments it will be the Europe, in the English, French
B. B. AXDBEW8. be exerted by that purpose proposition his former slaves in, order' to *
competition. and naval
stores are all articles of universal interested parties to circulate so that in' and German languages. 'From a copy whichhe ,'
ATTOEKEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. It followed that whilst the sec re their labor for next''J1esr. The plan 'cl> -
Northern and and almost unlimited :
demand,at prices which, a little while it will reach every"village and was good enough to furnish ,1 extract :

JACKSONVILLE FLA. Western States, from the constant, stream of considering the cost of production upon town or hamlet in Europe. Active and in- some questions which are propounded to the :at first blush seems a little Extravagant but ;;*Jwhen p-

OJW-lIotg'. Block, orrr Protest JfartJtnf*. hardy and industrious immigrants who were cheap land,will yield results to agriculturallabor dependent competition for emigrants between several State Governments. remembered what difference in '' _

SepL S tf pouring in, exhibited miracles of progressand for which there is no parallel. But beyond the States will, it is to be feared, lead to these 1. What class of unskilled laborers are p1odnction'rest lts from stimulated and ''uh- "?

I. WHEATON development, the South, with vast natu- these staple growths, the climates and results. most required in your ,State and neighborhood willing or ill requited labor, the moral excellence '

FRANCIS ral resources for mining, manufactures and soils of the vast region, which stretches from There at the present time, and the average of it 'cannot be 'over estimated' rand V ;
two New
are points York and New
ACT muted th*practice of Lew. Office corner! agriculture; advanced in but the slow ratio the Potomac to the Rio Grande, arc favora- Orleans,which will probably continue to be wages paid for the same? again,when reduced to figures it will not a-

HAS And Market streets. Also Agent for the its ble 2. What kinds IeemsO far'out of the wily'8 at .,first "**
purchase*/sad nle of Heal Estate of natural increase, and immense dominions to every product upon which industryand the nost prominent ones, at whi h immigrants !- of mechanics or'artisansare 'tt may. -'.tOur .

October tf capable contributing untold treasures capital are expended in any country.- will be landed, and at these it 'will be certain of employment, and the average appear" < "* :' '

to the commerce of the world remained hermetically The vast mineral resources which geological; wages of the same ? V proposition is to offef.them one half !
?. COOf *. H. BBBZX.COOPEB indispensable to locate agencies to'look after .:
A BISBEE ) sealed. surveys have divulged, which no hand of Their interests and to afford Vuch informationas 3. What means either by' legislative action .the cropinade-they paying h31ftlie experPses -

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, The census of the United States was conclusive industry has yet attempted to develop and will direct them, with as little inconvenience or private enterprise,:have beem established half lie land rent', &d 4 : V -*"*.***r V ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. upon this point, and I quote from the the infinite number of manufacturing sites, loss of time and expense, as possibleto to secure the advantages arising from We have proposed this tabor. former negroes ;' .

Office-JSeamd Story. Sammii'Block.September compendium of 1850, page 170: all present the most tempting baits to enter- their several Southern d stb:tions. This the settlement of immigrants hi your .midst? ,who are still at homef:and .they .have.:**"** .!,

9 Cm. _Improved per cent. Value per acre. prise, and will open up results for it, which can be effected without muchexnenth. In The nnrnose. of obtaining. --g.this-- tnfhrmatfon------- expressed their willing assent to it.and these .
a '
--- sew Enguart.autaa.... .....26 $2027 in the of the times has is to furnish those about to emigrate-'the are the. first negroes that we': ve"heMd of v*
Xlddlt State* ...... 35 2808Sautbern nothing history equal- single year, taken at random which an .
A. DOGOETT, States............16 gave : have made contract ci "next *
I 534 dazzling: and magnificent as have been its of United States real practical, imformation who a fqr ye r .
ATTORXEY AT LAW.ALSO XOTABY PUBLIC Southwestern State*....10 G 2G aggregate immigration 398,470-it appeared .V M V
Northwestern States....13 11 39 past achievements.In that there arrived at which may lead them to the localities where Negroes, as a general. thing, where they

.I.\CDOXTII..tZ rra.Wfll ., The slavery question having been settled the found ... their labor will be most in demand and have been'treated properly heretofore,:prefer "" -
I single article of cotton is the New York 304.876 I Baltimore....... .1O48 I .
attend to aH matters connected with noting aadetttmtmg New Orleans.... .... remain at their old hoines *;**:
the military of the United States 32,316 I Galveston 2,600 I where in cases ,is neededl when they can
protests. Ac. Office-(temporOr) at ft. power most striking illustration of what has just Philadelphia...._ 17,956 |Charleston.... 1,517 many "'

4eMe.September J3 em and the South having accepted in good faith been said. "King" he may not be in the There is'luckily signal instance to which How much of the progress and development fedassurcd that they will,notbe imposed upon: '* )

the solution (slavery being lecognized as an sense in which many of us formerly recog- the attention of immigrants may be dirc ted, ofthe United States has been due to 'immigration Although there has been great'effort to"drive.' ":''

ARCHIBALD T. BAXK8, issue of the war in which she has lost) and so nized him,but the sway which the potentate showing the prosperity which can be enjoyed I deduced from the fact that,'the total them from their old owners ydifi't sorts' ..

ATTORNEY AT LAW framed ier number of foreigners who landed of..reports-as for instance tlpt if they maker'"" ....} ; .'V
legislation as to recognize the negro exercises over the finances of nations is byno by them in certain parts of the South, andit .jOn' ,-its J '. '. .. h '4next'year,1they .

win aI&eIi4 pnlmpc.lr GAUTU4X to aD, rTh&bnfaett iatnuMd to lataca.n. in the future as a freedman, under no : means to be .sneered at, and the hold" would be well to ascertain arid make public shores to the ycaV'1860, reached theenor- a contract to reriiam with tbieir; old ;masteTf" ". ",

other than I mous aggregate or 5,062,414-ntimb nearly will rerriam ;i -"S1avery for i-
to labor
JrfjCf. obligation than those which he has upon the necessities of the the facts in reference to the case at an VV V
which to the entire'white population of the fte longer. Where'Sucl1 reports start V
bind equal years
other freeman '
T. T. IX VC, every world seems to be fixed and irremovable.- early 'date. I refer to the German coloniesin I -
color, it becomes a matter of very anxious inquiry Four non-exportation, whilst it has South,if.we exclude the'Border,States from' from are honestlyruriableloj5ay! ; but they _
ATTORNEY years Texas and would -
AT LAW a perusal of '
outside of the social and the calculation. In this number were inclu- are in circulation, and we must take the pro- .
political questions given tie most intense stimulus and energyto Mr. Olmstead's V
work that State
LAn upon published V *' '
Crrr _
ded per steps to correct them if we wish to ref
JI111: involved what effect be expected the of cotton in other countries : >
may growth
__ aap.XOTICE. a few years ago, for much interesting Merchants..........231,832 Engineers....._..... ,GiG tahi them, and the'best wayto doth is by'V
ppon the great questions of labor ,and pod1 and increased the production in them sever- material. Farmers...........764,837 Teachers.... .......1,523 ';W"

H. C. VAUGEAKV' already disturbed by previously existing al hundred per cent., have not left the South Feeling convinced that the German States Laborers.527,639........ ... Hannfaetnren..3,120The .......i..3,490 offering We have liberal not terms confirmed for work.the terms with our" '

causes. without the virtual control of the marketsof will be the chief source from which WeaTers...........31Ji22I.ArUata........,. -I.9. I '"'

Physician ,and Surgeon. Before going further, it is well to remark, the world. We may gather this from the large number of immigrants can be expected any, The countries from which these 'vast'numbers servants; as.yet, but will draw up the the articles tIme.'' t. V '

Ofloe to esanfa'Bode vrftfe D:. UpKMu,i what your own judgment and information fact that the million and a half of bales (an I addressed a note recently to Charles L. were thrown upon our soil to become bfp rtneisMpsoOniswebaie' take 1i .
win and
Dcl;'.-. c' will bear me out fully in, that the people of outside calculation) available for exportation Fleishman, Esq., a gentleman well,known to prosperous and flourishing citizens, _and !o We hands now for jiroceed'to the' numbet.'figtires These, '
thirty 'thirty
FrmetUw KwSlela* aa4 urge7.flL the South, universally, are milling give a during the summer and fall, from her ports,, the country for his agricultural and scientific exercise important, influences over' its dest- hands will easily cultivate 500 acres, of this;r'

fair.and honest trial to the experiment of negro value than that of the nies, were: ,,V
have ,
EXILE T.BABALKESKECTTULLT TECDER8OOe a labors in the service of the Patent Office,who 300 win: be in cotton making 150 baleS 200 **-
BwltzcrJaud. ..37733 ,
.U lUll-'- .nc.1O: ''. -&lIe..dU&eaa'-, or Jack..svmeaa4,1dnity emancipation; which has been forced upon four or five millions which were the productof has spent much,of his life in Europe, and Great Iiriiain..2,750,874 ...-..H...'..'....16248( aCres in corn makmg4000bushelslOTbalesweighing -*" .

"Id tod meat er&(te-cadWiwhii OM BOMS!)tMiUweta.a t'JU: A CaD\wken them; and that if let alone, to manage affairs the South in the days of her palmiest pros- written,several works upon the United States, Germ&u.1.S12,580j8paln.Br. America..1l7.li| ............11202 ,' 500Ibs, ,' (.wDi come to 1&A'-; ;! .' ,
in their and with their intimate -
lie IIIaJ be bm4. -Ball tiaaea.except- ,. wbea- pnfest-, own way, perity. in his native German which have exerciseda The localities which they sought as represented 500;4000 bus1lets'cori 5O'wm be $2OX. : .
*. knowledge Of negro character, and that Admitting it to be true, as has always been wide influence the jo V
1Iep&.s- upon immigration question _in the report of the census of 1800, The total of the crop'will thin be $24,5OOi;> :
sympathy with him and his fortunes which Southern writers that climatic -
maintained by and in.reply have received' a* lengthy prepared,by Mr..Kenedy, which is' .our authority At $3 per acre rent,the half 500 acres'wfllbe V'
:M J. MURPhY is but the natural result of long and close association in 'sections are .
pROFESSlONAL conditions, existing many letter which,will in the next number .
.ad 1b."10 appear for this and other statistical data, $750. Allowing Ibs meaito the hand for -
the ,everything possible will be done,in unfavorable to European and North American .
HvttU md vmraaOiBrttmorr*-* my.Jfcti4fM>,but from which I will briefly were: 30 hands, the total will be 4300 Ibs.which at VV' ,

-4-- wffl"(twB dtoeaw*of r0ms1 good time, for the social, physical and political constitutions, there can be no doubt of extract at Mr. Fleishman : ... ..._ V1 V
1Dd"OfIee8oUdl t-'AMOI'.eoserf icr present. says Alabama .12.352New| York..908,640Arknu..3,74l1Pennaylvania..430,506 20c. will come to |900, the ialf of which 'is _
'Bcpa- -.1. lizltbUEDItkL : advancement of the race; clashing as little the fact that a large portion, and in most V
"You to me the "What is the .
put question, North Carolina..'....S, llDiDoil...;;.:....32'.MS 5OIIa1t of the. .:nTus. fQC. ten months.
NOTICE ..8.A1J j..U"m .u practical at the same time'with cases,by far the larger portion of each of the best plan for drawing the attention of. the South. Carolina..9,986Ob1o..328.254, 0- 7" > "and '
first November for 20
........: ..... beginning mules V
of :
great material interests the Those Virginia .35,058Wl3ConaIn| .276,927Texaa :
1'II1IICIaa'd4,a&1 b eoe.fled Riir. stLla late.of ones&acaluonfa -t [u.cs- of us who are familiar with country.the South Southern States is well adapted to white labor ; Germin. ,emigrants tothe.. ,advantages which ",.,;........." thirty hands,:will:be about 2500 bushels;' :the4:

uU1iJCnufaiJXnUK.cr. --.ttfMZ.. .>,n>g fitor -;..;. J.Js. are and that actual mortuary returns indi I the South offers to.settlers?"' In answer, ,1 The figures, it will be remembered, refer half of whicli, at 50c. wflboJt623? : Th hire d ,
well advised that of
the restoration
JEn.tf c"\ slavery cate a much higher degree of physical health say that the Southern States should, as ,soon only. to the original stock, and ,do not take of half the mules- at V $.-eacji, will-'V be ,$250t- ***"' V
within its limits
even it desired would
localities than in the New England
in these
-- Br. jr. A." TOBB. now be an impossibility reasons induced as possible. -., publish! -a' detailed and "full account into accounts the descendants of foreigners expenses for tools of all kinds$300,halff250." .

_I". and Northwestern States. Upon this subject of their various resources; ofthe weather born in the country. In 1860 the .
ilLs nmoiato: 3.ctionilfliJ1i.,a4 .m '! percentageof The sum total of xpensestill first of September .
_1dI11a aD _'brbmL' by1 the war, and by the 'subsequent action of J. C. Nott MobileDr. Fennerand the .
fi a. ; '
Dr. '
and itsinfluence, on the constitutions of foreign born residents in some of the leading '
next, 12375 this taken from.the half, of
&cf4i.At7p Kato to C.Hidiob Bofldter, the authorities,both State and FederaL ,
bay,we latmq,bZD4. at an, 'bort JaIJoIi late Dr. Barton, of New Orleans, shed much men coming from northern latitudes; of, the citieswas as follows: $24 00 will eavc to be divided between thirty: ; .:

111,eqace4. : Having adverted to the great deficiency of valuable light in treatises prepared several lands, and their present condition.as, to the Baltimore..... ......2in\Ch1cago.[ ..........49,99 '

8epc.JUIa labor at the South,prior to the breaking out years since, which:may be consulted, with fertility and titles; of the various products Charleston:.'......15,55|Klchmond....n'../:.13,07Cincinnati.4J,7l8tloui.59,76 i hands' $1Q, 2 i.$337 in round .numbers.H. : .J

TLTELT FOB'BAUC., of bostUItIcS'U' indicated in the .small The.proprietor wiU get $1 Jt,250. his .half, .
percentage statistics of
and the (
I great advantage now, which can be raised of the best locations for If there then in the hiStory *
II ; ever was a period
THE Ucriber otrInatpdTateia1e' &LoC;, lands"'iirtaaliy under 1iiv tIon, ofthe_cropwitii$75p.adde. . <.| for their part. '
lor xnin Ittnur titt IlL 2ofau River at the United States are believed to be equally 'Vine culture and in and .o' 1
I a citt 4s general; an,account ,of a people,when it became necessary of
1 tUow m..,I' TteclIn appb'to ,-., ,..- and their,low:average.value, .I,am pure. .that, the rent, making $13,000 ; \tfi
; j= : ; in point. V of the existing railroads.' and, ,canals, i for,them to be aroused,as one man into' action 'If this calculation can be ,relied on, the> .
advocate of emancipation however ,
negro ,
no : '
The region referred to embraces nearly the and also of the and. : '** /*'*i** '
JrL commerce, thevarious; and.to put their shoulder to.the: wheel is stimulated to work and the proprietor '
legrp -
I will to look for ,
ardent, expect me any :prospect whole of the States Virginia, :North branches to be carried V"
: great industry, on and;with energy and spirit and the V determi. docs bctteitlian he'ever did when lie
Hotel l 9fJ immediate relief as :likely .to result 'and Texas three-fourths **-'' fa 1 .
Tennessee i
The !.ack8onvill0 Carolina & nation to make a giant and master strugle, Some "
will work held him as a slave plantations. will ,.
: from that act Whether the negro .
(fgrmerV JotMrs M UM Florida BOOM.) of Georgia and Arkansas, and :'onehair.of. )Ir. Fleishman says, further, that the Germans that period has come for.the South. With 'a over this estimate arid some wall'come'under -' -
ai with : : and go .
HATIXO ban tkonmgbl/ repmed Lad'.swy ft all,or" greater energy 1aS productiveness South, Carolina, Alabama,Mississippi,Louisiana do not aim,to become, merely .day .laborers country wasted by long and devastating war, It; wehave!. only'taken.Wddle ground.f. -t
of freedom
kav opea Lx. the.ccomo4.; f1t 1UUa : arequestions and Florida. but land-owners; that, in general, with habits of labor.;broken up, with the We have.told"ours that w would'nol 'cm-' h: .
"- determined but I I
t",- =. HADDOCK DETEDALE.Od.l44f .. t to be d' the. "future.;, Here ther is a territory, vast in extent, ,they prefer to. go where other Germans have machinery of industry destroyed, and a greatsocial ploy.the mothers'&fsmall child;'but leave : I'
PropriaSorLF. the eventual determination there ,.
J I and susceptible of development by white labor gone before, and where their own language and industrial problem to be; solved themobesupportetThythmen| and such* .
must it is evident be a period of transition
: from whatever quarter trodu capable is spoken; that they never,cease.;to be ,Germans under,an.extraneous pressure, which at times children ascpuld! work ,the.children sp.remployed '" .
M. MYRELL la which under the most favorable circumstances ; -
,even V V
6f maintaining a population as,dense_ andwealthy'as ; that.they love.the soil,they cultivate, is most unreasoning unreasonable the : "
tcTbe to' T
.r ; t1Vt4 by agrceiricnt |
8ff :Alj 'll-t' decline rather.than improvement, ? ,
; love .
can be found in sther pad freedom andindependencearisto *
any ? condition of the South has scarcely aparrallel *
Aa j' .. a maybe-everywhere expecte tq manilest"i it- manysloqh.contitutea= fuJlba_ .The. .
ofthe j-et in ISSO.its. density :id an&are not only .good farmers but 'r ,
lrU&e8outh: tniona : ,. racy, : modern times.But dark as:,i*the picture, mothers toiave their ownE ns- (1 pt- .
1I., sviah, G ii. a. V While U most be ftdmitled that expert-: the square mile,,as ornparedwith. ; other sec; ,mechanics and artisans. They all have more there is a redeeming.feature. All is not lost to patches,'spin-cjodies: and wash: for the *'" .

(sMMsl door Vsvlflf.L'JMr.' Co.) menU In emancipation have resultedcnikvorably lions., was: or less money an4 ,personal. property, with where the unconquerable will! is left The fim., -. ,AIr to-. -thdr, o.ndector's. blIl! !_" ":
nDsnimamlflirniTif;(11 rirrmtrtlrsnrlfhffffm negro ; 'Person Persons ,which they buy lands or undertake; .trade.-. giant'convulsion, which .has .just shaken to"be > t. ,-' '
UU with
in other countries similarly situu 81anhoLlbg' 8tataa.lL.151Teaa_. ....; .It and charged joss'pf .time;; 1'to 'q1.
.Idf a4*anesa. 1ID4.\4aDa gzyraa Cow)
L .... ...,,.. 49.55 Be : ** ;' ::
: u" .N. England States..iUMl I OUo. h. says the land to its centre has not been withoutits bi nd 'direction of Jlas 'suerlntene f' ;
ted I cafinot bat derive hope from the consideration ..... .- .... ..127.50 V I
Ma ;
TD-ntmr A n.b 11XI* .UJddle SUtes .61.191 1 "The South moSt establish similar tnstitiHtions IV beneficial'effects. It has stirred up-a'new h1&ck'or-white__u_. _, theeoniriktorq_. ,.__ _'_____fit'__!. fl.n__'('" V
aa.o. Ga Oca. 7. .Jfc 00.L. B. that there were causes ai ,work Injaymoditysndcontrol In what then shall we proceed to ,
*"UIIIM: W.A.B4 .Co LecreIIA 00... manner, lo those that we find in the North forth arid higher spirit. The-energies which were all obligatlnff,themselvestorgood .Order 'aDd_:f

CiCIL .11.,6.tj, ?.'? .A.J** i most'of..those. .countries. which do.not" exist- in invite capital and population lo the \South? protection and'assistance' of :emigrants; b'rought'into play by'arms.tmd the"" 'Intellectual obedience,.and to carry;on all the usual work,m '
L'rms,o.L".. "4" *00.1. : _
of the
abide tlie plantation of wha eTerklntk1eanmg
the jind ,
Consult ,
by experience '
o 'whbA I answer :. l kImrapailoua and .
C. 0nIIq.JI' ...: ...L- qtir 'they must protect them runners : resources'which were coiled forth and ditches;make fenccsbtiilding '
j J4l4tpTILZ tesoit.. I refer to toe interior .civflization : those States.and communities wjitciriClb7tb fcecceasary ,. V
b '
boarding-housekeepers. South exhibited themselves in the thousand .appliances lousesVworking'gardena, &&. V V', '"V"

. thfi Mack*:Itf the'c. es'referred to,their small;;: liave(grown"populous.and suo- must establish hospitals' and almshouses for and resorts-to which, people. without This'is our plan* Any planter:who ::C:114'-" .

-eo. ,eoD.&'w"th iheiiUcs. ; the. great,dinproporr. cess jLI hattciiftedth' 1r' efforts'to: .secure' -. the sick and needy;r It must:-establish- cheap naachlneryj without-preparation, 'and" 'witfi 'suggests beUer.let.u.a froniJ4m." ,. We ..' V .
euBaoawsg:YB Bwr" OTffli b : want expression Opinion
; or a : convenion'of -:
ackefjSrSs XtTfTlter tewt .s.tOIttdlJl tic ithe natoreT of. the't jmth lgr n. and regular rates on railroads and'canals to Access '
atiM tD.' '. 'but to the external,word,were driven planters; at as early day-aa possible.- !,
"*b. ..1SeII. '.Li..cJ 'etc. Taking, these of one or two' commissioners from' each' -of' It is no$only anxious L to,:sedthe'Germana; n'1p .earth,>each and all .are' liarblngers :subject, V '. ,.:1 *.-. *: -V
f' a'- ,' ; U--
aa4.W.ut,4Q Well JlZ.-.4 UIIdae. :.lolas1e not, (despondent of the States, who.shall nie tai. some, contra: COine.among them'but} they must also satisfy and augury, of a' future :for 'the' SouthfrOm I The St'iaui I'ioneer estimates ''that': Uic "

IIIWr ) .Ii.wM .p"f. llie resultwbeoT .and judicious, meascreB point, say at Atlanta, Ga., or at Hontgomeryj theirJbrmar; governments'thafthe' Soutii which she need Resuming wheat crop of Minnesota this year will thresh'" rout ', ,V '

-. I- W'Z".A t _'" c have" '-'been aOoirad' 1 i aturiiaBuM1donThe I": system. Alabama,andy in order that no time may is m earnest to fulfill the' .atiohS'wblcli?n: her place in the'mighty empire of States -n< nearly nine million but "-wUh an.ATerage --. V <.: .
.meanwhile., .. .be'lost' ,I would, ;suggest that the; 'cotnmiseioneribe call for settler son ofhers win have product of twenty foar bnshela ,to,the. '
""4f illl .TIs.. .. ... ,... 1' ', *Imposes' 'upon 'any governmeni reason to be nshanied of! ** ON' :: I
"WI. J. f. l which nominated by. the. :Provisional I '. ;. acre. : ,. "
.r ._rl""Th-.ZcD1 0.Vwi jiolat of grave.teteresti one. or society.1 V her place In the pIcture V &ATcdnvcntion of the : of Missouri; fa''' '.'i :I 4

"-tpoatcr.4" 11J11'.at'. :- will occupy a prOT enVpIace*| .tbe :ineet- Governors. V f V *'The.StateI engage fintepr1sc'nt1i. Tne'snccessWwavea of population :'which called to'meet at SL Loosia people to sustain' Pmd.tL .,
,*,. Tiii ..au..A' :. lag pf the, State X4W&t, i'during.the. ) .presKA -J I The object of the commission, Would be to ly. ; Cwt: .them.. ?ItiwlU require. i %. ise meat: have been sweepIngesLward froniAt' lent Andrew'ohnson'spo1lcy; AJDQIIr'the'Ak :
.". -. a.C.1I'13.._..L,*_'' wteter." ij jj ju i g tobccouiI:; ;.advertise the world Chat our people;*arc .,in sures not.to:begin wrong;' Sfiould .theyd&please :: lantic;leaving US It were'behmd them V a :depcislt 1 Ijnera'olithe call are Fra4' ',D1airLLewis. ',;

c .4 ...& what the I) earnest in thematter and In accord, and It : ,.a A. J..P Jn.reSche. ;.' ,._ .' .'
Oct: taa.u Soy- "i.,1I'I .litlied, prid ;beyond Bdoptloh-of: the first settlers. thcy.mny rest assured of vast States and populous cities, theV ii" ,. 'f"c. '.'I" : V .-..'

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,0 : silence on die subject?' .But, few ,questions. DOMFATICw, ,- .DEATH. OF JUDGE W. A FOBWABD.witKfeelings TilE LATE 8T B.. -a'

,' 1: ih *rid 1 ti I.' of more practical Importance will ,come be? -.' ." :sotrn' '' ,.CAHOUFA. of unfeigned sorrow.wc; have The tcfl53: which' has Lately raged : fJ6 I 1conciirrlngittMnlD..1

I "'.-? .; i fore the Convention j and the Governor should XTroubles.of ; --1 i 6sicter. ,.*'%j, seethto j be., -j 't record.the sad intelHgenc0of* the cleath of long outat1iaien nnnsaauy .destrucilrcj U. Tho .F 55 .. J

: <,.:''.,. : .. .' ba spoken out. 'his views .thereon. The brewing bet. ween"'theiwhites and 'negro in th lalbeioveS and distinguished son pfFlqiTda'tliavannaEratdfflcarfl to lfei;; slnppfond! treasure. Con- in Ute foregoing proceedIngs.findung case are &pproyed'aDd ,
: JACKSONVILLE. NOV 4. 1865.J. ., .' Message will be found on ourLfouith'ipage.. P"f"9.: this. State',''mostly, however,con-. ,> J :thai he jiuotis; {# the 4t6gII ot wrecks, are the firmed. The sentence ofdeatttwill be COB. 'I

;<:,,'"', g. sncmrer..' sailor aad- ''Proprietor.CTZELH -_._;.. .. -'. _-' a. ';_:. :3.,: g<'.$ finedjlo; '! die-coasi., Oenieral .Bennett' ;'was -r .at"cly onjliie vcntgpt the lath S teatir or11 fiich i sailed from NewYprifontjjq ri dff.betweenflo'clk.Mid2: ear .., ,

:t. THE .IACK80NvILLE..JUi,<". .D .NBi> ,. .io seiad.ft'force of fifty picked U men icompelled l r ; hooontractediit had ? ; 21slfnit/'ln. sinking condition o'clock, P -'OD y"WG&id,otNoy.' '
eaab 1865 under
4 KOtJtBI AtioeUU Editor. r, the.direction of the
_I ITS.FVGLEXAN .: to Ashepop bn'the: 10th ult. ((quell v a.:disturbance 'his fiqmgin'spalalkalrily last,- 8e,warnn, 'intaJfqrfQlkl to prevent her manning Officer of.the post ... Cam. '.0
k; 'j.:: The tetiR. In our issue of the 21st the Associate Editor there, which threatened to become and from the effects of which) he never reco verejL.He foundering. Crew'and_passengers all saved. By;command of Hal G n.J-GLFoana. .

: We lay before 'our' Jeaders to-day; all the of this paper spread> the public the ,I\ serious_ Two_wytejnen.went up the' :' wasoniusway., Norh_ -when l lie' The_ UnM.JtaftC,coast jnaiVJJteamer, if xmm : .a

-I : '. .' proceedings of Contention we have been bypocriticaland swindling foundation upon I ley river to procure- wood,and wben'at twenty -' c;smer; by"lhe; last enemy-death ; and A&tnto, from New Orleans to New. York _: .,:Aeta.iys. : ', t. G a

I : ., able to collect before going to press. The which the Herald had the temerity to go be*, miles dl n' from Charleston, they were thoijgh hayln"died' pwny,froWliJs.home, :'E; 'was wrecked about 300 miles South ot8antfy ',. f,JrnarMb.W. I.SI.sKe .

tf {;: ;" body seems to.be working;: with great industry fore "the peoe Florida"? for. countenance i seized at one ofthe landings four negroes, a assured, by Savannah Herald that hewafwell Hook on Sundaythp22IulLkJp I ;J :.S"e flnd-thefoUowlBj detectable morcta'.

:;::';', and earnestness., The Committees on the and suppi-anactwh1ch the most ordinary, 'aiihed each'wttiTa i nfle; aba thelf"boal taken attehaed by.'Ms' olOcst 'Son'aiic1 f o nearly fifty.! }TtvcstonQ! ; passenger, and four! In tle 1ettbfheVji1rton. orspoent 1f\
r :'i Constltu onbTewadeprOlflptTePOrtBWhtchS amount of common.sense would have forbidS from them, themselves stripped of their 'majr friends" whorri 'he had in ofthe, crew only,bielng saved., d qc the.., Jl MenOd,..ot tha25Ux ute.
; hare been !. placed among den, save upon the hypothesis 'which I it announced clothing, and compelled to return to the city ; received tie most skilful aid Thd Steamer :'Eepttbtic froni Kew'' YorlL 'Wh..1S; this wrr ,PlxiiaathropUt, 'ADd ;.

I ders of the day. that the "People'of Florida1*, were 'on' foot in a state of starvation.S ,of sympathising' physicians. : botoewdIeans'f, > nde' **l*at't- ,*sea, carrying brilluntschemer,of negro:colonization f ? Lets

The ordinance declaring the Secession Ordinance inferior to "Indians' and Negroes f: and 'upon' 1 Hon'Wm.: Aiken,has become ;candidate, The death' of this excellent man and citizen,,i clown with her$!OOOOO, In"specie. Only' u hive his,name thai he may to JBsaaortalIzedk ;

"annulled 1S1dei-a additlon' fact' 'tIt :for Congress from the Charleston District,his I is truly a loss to this'State",'where his ;'great'probity' ;
of 1861, was passed .on the c oJ of the )4 H" one boat.load of the,passengers, are. believed

the fourth day of the session by a vote of 45 ; looked to the patronage of, a' regiment p* competitor being Mr.' Whaley, I la distinguished of character, his eminent.abilities i a I to have been saved, and these ..arrived.In. It' b gratifying to know that,now the

there is no vote in'the' negative. The following negro,soldiers.for additional 1 support! that: }t.might'be'enabled member i .of the 'Charleston Ban:' The 'a jurist;;his pure Christian virtue, and. his Charleston, on _Saturday( last,bringing the'Intelligence country has become entirely blessed with the -
Charlestonians are making''preparations forthe of character ma'dc him honored I maintenance of.the noble;AWcan! ,'a fewphll-
I is the Ordinance the Ordinance innoculateitsfenaticand .
annullng to of !
i gnial'tris' hivtDg'let\about sixty:persons I- an th'roplc mind* ABe'jpGcaUtlug'.upon wb '
Ii ,l of Secession, as it passed the Convention: detestable doctrines Into.the minds, .of ,the expected visit of President Johnsonwhich < over the StateI; re' his too, on a constructed (from the' wreck of tlie 1C I should and can do with him. Among the

-L f t i Whereas, The people of the State of Florida miserably Illiterate people of '''Florida. We,:, will be on a scale, doubtless, equal to the early death.wi b sincerely mourned by all I Steamer. latest project 'oftb&kind is oaoadriactd .

"I are desirous in good faith to restore the intended to.follow. that exposure up 'in our: well established reputation for hospitality of classes of people. From 'the Savannah I Later I intelligence t through our .Savannah by reverend gentleman from Florida who
State to her former peaceful relations with L South Carolinians and to the character oftheir j ianc'w in cCEQsnllatioiijrUb! : erj R&rI&nndnwa1tIngtoaee.the
li 1 ,I I the United States i' therefore, .', last issue by,the further expose of the: INCENDIARY -I Heal wechipthe following epitome of the exchanges, brings the tidings' that'two other a President,which

Be it ordained, by the people of Plot id* in character of that sheet;; but'the; liVid distinguished guest.- ( truly good man : boat l loads of passengers,have. been res ue4 proposes that the nls een'nilUiona ,ofama

.A Convention Attembkd. Thai the Ordinance of affliction has been too heavily! : ) n us:for:t The: South Carolina RailRoad is completed S"Judge Forward was a native of the Sate Much anxiety ia,felt here about the :Steamcr ., of public domain 'Stretching bT a vaitbelt'

adopted by the Convention of the people on I ;t8to A nse'of r J to Charleston. William Gilmore'SimmS I of New, York; but, when 'about lour years through centre. of the above State,from .
fulfill our design. weighty se I Mount from New York this
S old he went with his father Canada to port, as the cplut back toirafA the I
the 10th day of January, A. D., 1861. known 1 has:retired from the control of the Colnni-. ; b .nd .J
as the Secession Ordinance, be and the t same duty o'tbe people Florida now calls us to :t reriaine1 nt his removal ,to Florida: she left New York on Statunlay the 21st ry, siall be appropriated to the colonizatioaof

is hereby annulled.: the. task upon returning strength. bia Phanix, and is said i to be engaged in L abut years ago, when he 'settled I ult.{ and must have encountered the gale negroes, esUstttinfiMlt2oar&adred and

t Bo lar tne Convention Is on the right'way, Borrowing skin'of the lamb,that it might writing "Recoll ction. and 'Reminiscences. I .Augustine as a practitioner'of law. We, about Hatcras. The families and friends. of:r seve' ty-five thousand,can be ,ftirniii>ed,with
'are hot informed but believe he admitted homesteads of .
was forty each the
of the War. i by
but we regret to learn that it is stumbling over'. play the wolf;' under the false guise orSo.utJl- S 'I ,to the bar in his native In Florida many of our citizens'are 'supposed to" have sought i for. grant

the queatlons of "negro testimony," and' the 'er citizenship, and alliance to the soil and I"1 The Legislature of,this State convened on'' he had the reputation' Sttc lawyer taken passage'with.her, and''painful splici- ", .01- .._::,:_;._.. .. _,

; State war debt.. ,1 In terestsofFl; rida, it has perpetrated falsehood ,. the 25th, and organized by electing Col. F. and a conscientious and honest man: Some "ide is felt for-her'safety.j .,.x.u.W7, Yaks aad .11''...

We would'again warn the Convention that L upon its people'and; sown incendiary P J:Moses, of Sumter District, temporary President yer ago,"Judge Forward removed from St. -. I --- --|---. _' The following'which 'we take from'the

I and General Wlfl.:E. Martin, Clerk.- to Pilatka. For several years, ,he 'Capt 8. L. MellEJTBT. TsMhassee Tloridum, tte37lh u11., hu
'4 these questions rest upon principles accruingfrom 'd ctr rics in the minds of the black audience I h iel;the office of Circuit Judge of Eastern Our

I the late'Revolution; and made applicable whence it I .went begging for patronage ; and to The House, without any opposition, elected I Circuit of Florida, which positiom he filled The numerous friends and acqualntences I hearty concurrence and 'a approval and

j to.the. seceding States by the results of the, whose peculiar prejudices and tastes, of Alfred P. Aldrich, Speaker, and John T. with credit to himself and to the approbation L of this gentlemn will regret to learn'that 'b r we' are confident that>the views therein u.preded -
Sloan Clerk. It is that Cot Orr of the public. In 1859 he elected orders bat reflect the sentiments and wishes
Ii war. The late seceding States are conquered 11 course, it mutt pander let the conuquence,'to presumed was onefthcJudges from the War Department he has been
i is elected Governor. o of the Supreme Court of Florida i releived o f aiIesst nlneteen-twentieths 'of the
.;, .. powers,and according to the laws of nations I, the whites of,the State be what they might. for six years, the term of which from duty as Asst.,Adjt. General on soberminded -

I .\ they must submit to the terms imposed by We showed who the editor is, and what I I GEORGIA. would not have expired until the officer the st aff of the District Commander, and ordered and rightthinkingportion of the
I ,, the conqueror. One of the conditions. imposed his relations to the negro are: we shall now From special dispatch to the Savannah L January next. In this position, also, he to report, from his home in Pennsylvania people' of Florida-Ed. Union.' .;
Herald we learn that the Convention'in this i gave satisfaction to the public, and I the The numeroos friends of these gentlemen
c is, that the former slave shall be declared bring proofs from the sheet itself to show its h his sustine to War Department for assignmentto their feU
h His tluDswere
State the election Ill: reputation a a lawyer. amovg surprised
of Hon.
organized by elsewhere.
freeman, and connected with the declaration incendiary character. solid rather than showy, useful rather than duty Capt HcHENRT, enter reading} the late order from the'Prudent for

.. that the government which made him First, we shall show how it went beggingfor V. Johnson, President, and is getting over brilliant. To the discharge of all his public ed the service as an enlisted man, Sept. '13th the discharge of number of.gentlemen

," free, will also see that he protected in his negro patronage. In Us issue of Sept ground rapidly. On the 27th the Convention duties he brought the largest amount of industry 1861, in the 85th Pennsylvania Vols., Col. prominently connected with 'the secession
; adopted the first article of the Constitution > and probity. HOWELL movement, not to find the names of MaDory
17th of the arrival of the Commanding, and served through
4 rights. In order to accomplish this end, he speaking paymasterto ; Yule? and Allison In the list. Mr.HaHoryls
must have the right, of appearing in the payoff the troops, it thus passes its hat L of 1861, with a slight alteration, by a Judge' FORWARD was a consistent and zealous the Peninsular campaign as Sergt. Major, I in Fort Lafayette and Messrs.Yoke and Allison
clause adding, that as the United States Govrermncnt Christian man ; an elder in the Presbyterian being promoted to the tn Fort Pulaski.
Courts: of Law,else his freedom is only nomi around among the darkies : i Adjutancy of the The order mentioned,
had emancipated the slaves as a Church at Palatka, and had held the Regiment at Harrison's in paroled Vice President Stephen* of Georgia,
"As '
investment that will July
nal. If the logic of the argument Jail to impress I- an surely pay,we
suggest that each recipient put two dollars war measure, and has put the act of .emanci same position in the Church at St.Augustine; 1862, served as Adjt. and Act., .AdjL Trenliolm, Sec. .of the, Treasury,,of &.Cn
the Convention it cannot ignore the Reagjm Postmaster General,
of Texas Clark
into the Jacksonville Herald ami was a faithful laborer in the Church ,
: pation in and i I and I General until June
demand upon the State as a conquered powr operation, slavery involuntary 1st 1865, when he was Governor Mississippi, and Campbell form.rlyflOOftbeJUStIcesoftheSupreulecourt.
without jeopardizing the best interests of Then, second: advocating the doctrine that service, save for crime, shall not hereafter Sunday School. He was also a member of appointed Capt. and Asst. Adjt. General, by 4 e (

: the general government should force the exist in the State. The acquiescence iu the Masonic fraternity. He leaves to mourn by the President and ordered to :report to 'of the United States, of A11.Mro& Sen. Banter -

the State. Southern States to place the and however shall be ., him] in. a special manner,a wife and two sons General acd Gov. Smith of Virginia bad previous
The question of the war debt is embraced negro, especially emancipation, np estoppelto I: ; VOGDES, on Folly Island, S. c.- J ly bern'reqT&.c1J.ro151

in the same principle as the other. The conquering I- the negro'soldier, upon political equality future claim for compensation. It isthougbtthatExGov and the people of.his adopted Slate will long Since, his appointment he has served the Md. Vance"Df<' W. C. .

that the seceding States with the whites thereof it lashes itself Into .. Joe Brown will again keep his memory'fragrant in the affections: greater portion of his time in Florida., It is'well remembered'that In this State,

power says a passion over the idea that the govern run for Governor. Direct repudiation is i they gave him ,in life. He sank peacefully Courteous and affable in bis. emeanor towards 'M .'} l1ory.was bitterly tssalkd, at the be- rt
I : rebelled against their common governmentI ginniiigof the war as bathngpreented the.1 .
should fail to do so and to the in i into the of death. His remains were citizens .
the Convention and
strongly opposed ar
that they unlawfully and wickedly appealed | conveys ; unostentatious and unassuming capture of Fort Pickens when it might Jiave .

to arms to settle vexed questions and that the minds of its negro patrons the great 'wrongs the prevailing opinion seems to *be in favor 'attended from the .Pulaski House, to,Laurel 1 but prompt and dignified in the dischargee een made. There is'no doubt,that he wasxceedingly .

that have been done them,'in the following scaling the war debt down to the specie Grove Cemetery.where they have been deposited of his official duties, he has never 'foiled to anxious to prevent the difference '
appeal has been arbitrated against them ; between the twO. ; rUi f' South.
incendiary language; when speaking of the basis. preparatory t their removal to his home impress strangers and visitors i ,who have had ,
the rebelion being wicked and unlawful, all] from being ,pressed, .tothe. arbitrament
the St. John's.
means which they likewisewicked rights of the negro J-.-- NORTH CAROUKA.On on The, warm sympathies business at Head Quarters, with the feet that: a runs S __ _, .. S
employed were "He may be:denied the right, of suffrage S the 11th October, Hon. John Pool, of the people of East Florida especially will 1 for once at least the right man was, in the Mr: Yulee, it Is true; left' his seat in the

and unlawful, and an imposition upon be excluded from courts as a witness, be restricted from the Special Committee on the address be called forth in behalf stricken right place. The Captain will take Congress of the United States,under instruction -
I the people thereof. That now the general in his aspirations, as is proposed by ofhi f\wiy with] from his State; but it cannot be said that

.; Government having conquered the rebel- South Carolina,-to menial services, and yet! from .Colored Convention, asking equal A SELECT SCHOOL.IX.\CJsox"n.I.F. him to his new sphere of duties the best be did so to"aid the jebeHion.**" ;We arffnct

be called an American:Citizen! Such creatures L- rights, made a report, concluding with a resolution "Jacksonville Institute." wishes of a host of friend aware that he took any part In"the conflict.
ious States before she will receive .
them into
$ are the.Tictims ofthe power,the caprice providing for the appointment of We take pleasure in publishing an accountof !"? _' We know that he was ranch censured for his
their former civil and political relations with the selfishness and the ad pertinacious and in.themain
vindictiveness of ] successful resistance
three Commissioners the
the Provisional of Since
by proceedings of citi the
meeting the above in
L. tlJatat
around type we
Il. : that Government, she will see that the .people them They"can have no protection to the. Confederate authorities in
J I of those States are protected as much. as whatever in law. To give the proud and Governor, to prepare and report to the next zens of Jacksonville, held at the HellQuarter the earnest solicitation of Major General their jendeavor to remove the,iron from the '

supurb title of citizen to such helpless outcasts legislators a system of laws appertaining.tp ofthe District.Commander, Cot Jno. T. lIow.uw, Commissioner of the Freedmen Fernyidina and Cedar Key Railroad for
possible against the injurious effects of the -
re- degrades the..very,name to a thing of the freedmen, and to conform the statues Sprague,.last Thursday morning for the Bureau, Capt McIlENRY, has been assigned mt1itrypurposes. -
belion ; and thereforeeverything connectedwith The term of its GearAJMson's Is'
'contempt. is stnpped :
.glory:, ofthe State to the ordinance abolishing, sla purposes set forth in the! report of the secretary I to duty as Adjt. Gen., on the staff of Co I etentJ1Orepecuuar.-:
i t the rebelkm that is offensive to the conquering debased, and may signify nothing but weakness He was Governor only a few weeks and by
"'"' power must be removed and the and disgrace.If very. After the! passage' of many' important-. Mr. Ledwith, which is given below. O. On."E.Assistant Commissioner for Florida. no act of his own. Providential dispensation -

; all political rights are to be withheld from ordinances and the reception of important There.are some. featur connected with We congratulate that gentleman on which removed his predecessor devolved -
war debt being one of those offensive results, our new made freedmen, let them down ed *office him as President of the Sen-
from upon '
go reports standing the Convention the affair which in with
'I' L- we common. many having secured the services of so efficient and '
c the General Government but sink
will not permitits as they stripped of every thing but ate. That' a gentleman so little ,connected
{ the privilege adjourned on the 19th ull, to assemble other citizens would have preferred should 1 capable an ofticei. S with the unfortunate
recognition .as just; in as much as such breathing God's.air. don't straggle aa9ov. Allison
;' i admission involves the admission of the disgrace the name of citizen by applying I it again on the fourth Monday in May next L, be different-but all will concur heartj-i:: -. should be imprisoned, while others like Gov.
justice to such things. -They know that considerable the fact Smith, for example who in the field In Congress
S already having, after and exciting debate that an institution such as is proposed THE FAMILY kFRIE1ID."
/ of Secession and the war. The ignoring their citizenship is and chief,
a mockery and instead of as magistrate of Virginia
of'War'debt then! is a demand made of the being proud of their country, and ready as' passed an ordinance forbidding any is not only desirable but highly necessary L- The. last week's issue of this 'familiar and were the very head and front of the rebellion

S conquered, by the as an act propitiatory S they have been, to die in defence, theyuiU : future legislature assuming or paying any and will do much towards giving char ever-welcome visitor to our Sanctum, bringsus have been discharged,Is not alittle remarka

I S to favor. 'conqueror hate the) tyranny that oppresses them, and dwell :, debt created directly, or indirectly for the acter to the town and _making it a desirable the valedictory of F. R. FILDES, ,whose; ble. ;We can only suppose'that it grows eat

,1 : in our midst a race of maddened domestic Joe; prosecution of war. Thus another State for residence. We all able and of some oversightlor'Jnadvettence cf the
Jhe can thereforeaford
I place courteous had
It is Jt pen long made the
taking wrong view of the questionto cannot be otherwise if they are human. Washington authorities. .
1 S S speak of rejecting the war debt, as being When they see themselves crushed by.the government : upon clear legal 1 principles has repudiated 1 to.mae some sacrifice of any personal Friend one of the moat interesting papers We hope 'the'-ConventSa now in'.

an act of State repudiation,in the strict meaning they hare shed, tJseir:'MOOd' to sate, the war debt. feeling.or predilections as to the ,way ,and published in the State. Upon rctiriag from will not adjourn without adopting resolution -

.of the term. It is not the State that is I and those.who struck at its, Hie,', exalted to NEW YORK. manner in which such an ,institution shall newspaper publication, and editorial life; we asking executive clemency towards these
power, their anguish know bounds
S ,, no The Democracy of this State had gentlemen. To say,nothing ol their.own sufferings -
S repudiating debts, contracted for legal!; purposes and their resentment yield to no restraint." a grand I be inaugurated. The main point of consequence extend him a reluctant parting hand) ',yet the.. &needs theici counciland

S : but the General Government ie Again,; alluding to comments ofthe Family rally at Cooper Institute lately,when speeches L- is to get the school in operation at animated with the hope that fortune is opening services.-, S

DonrolfiJJmC'tt Friend the were made by General Stevens, Montgomery t- the earliest,practicable moment to him some more desirable and '.3AnoaKt- ,
: conquering power-that demands upon. negro meeting' which was lucrative t 'State Flaaic*., >

; I of obligations which the State assumcd .. held here some time since, to petition the which they BIairr handle and John the Jacobins Van Buren without, I In Nor.At a 2nd.meeting at District of the citizens of Jacksonville for the puri,>OM bold of[ vocation, whereby the loss which :the, press Th?Governor's message to the Convention

to war against her authority Let.the Convention: for the privilege suffrage, the establishing a school,Urad-Qanr"gentlemen WEre and public of Florida have sustained, may be is accompanied by" a report from theTreasorer .
.5 gloves,and endorse the policy of the President i- elected trustees of a school to be called the Jacksonville H.Anstin
his ,
Herald Esq.ahowfig the condition I
Convention take warning,and not.forget that saya- IDStI in. gain
Florida ia "It seems the Editor of understands in regard to restoration. It was, declared Jno. T. Sprague Col. CoIU.tllr District, Chaplain II. The same issue contains the card of the.finances of the State. The bonded debt
S .a cpnqnored.Slate, now acting under : ? the Friend that Maximilian must be expelled from U. Moore, Col. Jno.S. Samml, Cot O. B. Hart Miles Messrs. S due bythe. State is as follows:'
the tutelage of the Federal Government the resolutions,and had lie been preaci Price Charles P,Coo er. Wm.M. Ledwith Juo. K. \Yl1".AncIIER CocKE anti J. B Coixnre who: AmoUij& f5cIoc a5S".y.Y da S f
I fiuds'tliat ; and heard the speeches he would surety hate un- Mexico; and that.there must be colonization Stickney Charier Stager I'aran Moody, H. H. ll eg.: are now the proprietors of in 14359.. ......_....,..;..."-..,"_."...'.-" gapofr ft} "l
lest late it the. Friend
S. too. their work" has been derstood 1'IIJOiun of the on Mexican Teritory. J DO.W.Price, George Wilaon, H. Bisbe, .C. 8. ;and AinoB4toUIntTJap.rilBlt( Wa. .._. .-tit
S in vain.. negroes Negro r RobUon. J. C. Oreeley, A. M. Reed a I* Bnrritt. Wn the salutatory of. W>t. ARCHER COCK, the I Amomt .ioI bJ'.Qoy Bxoe.ua .. "
,(Italices ours in each instance.) ,If such suffrage Alsop, alt'in Oak John Jones and -' the .
,. was emphatically denounced Dr. A. S. nstd.win. editor.. o.ntmet atWa.h1ngo.,,,..:. .ocn. :

S : -THE- 4UOYERXOIT8' WAGFi language introduced into th'eear.of the negrof -. There was'also a 'Ratification1 :nCtnJ c' I j EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.t succeeding and good sense; ,of; which the chasteness, proclaim,' terseness him at Amo0&4bJ'Goy.. ,n.::1isGo.: ......._'e'ry....._1a ss._: .. 55 ..1. '
by a paper whose champion it I is; is (n )tlUfNuh"re the Republicans at Tnstlt rj' *aZd by QOT ,i/ S We have, read the' message ,of .Governor> CPr 'ife2h t The trustees. then proceeded to the election of a once the graceful and vigorous .writer,1 We! : .Zufa1562.-- _... .__.. rm. M
of tn"l and violent and permanent Executive Committee '
conduct, pan ult:, at which t 1 with authority to Bonds eiSQ iMMd ftwinSia-irw ekims ,
:.T MARVIN, delivered to the Convention, with dering thereto, then we confess to I tlcally endorsed.. The wfufentms hx SI- {{ adopt Slate the such advantage measure of as a would first class secure Seminary.to the, city, 'and. extend to him _the cordial right hand ,of :.pwt ortef 18at .....:..';.;. .._ 4.12.011 *
much and consider it clear businesslike fellowship and BOlub-S-.ItO.SdIoolFn1t : .
care a would
S an incomprehension of the meaning i of that the States alone,have the' right""'todecide Sprague Tha members, U.S. of, thla committee are CoL Jno. 8. our .humblevoice "cba.1J5O. M.3A_................_.. at .
document,.fully covering the topics. e A. Chaplain Moore., -J. C.Oreeley,(.]B.: ,to cheer him on in the.conduct of "A I ; Boadi lamed to the Seminary Fond no -- .
such Dr. .
and Hart
under ; a civil government, -the question of :arid resolutions del' .
dlapter 13:50.aet .
;. .
upon which H treats .and containing some stlfragj high-toned, virtuous and enlightened -- .u '.".' ,
; .no paper could disseminate such doctrines I in[ of ECBOOL HOC8E! COXKITTEI.Me.i81'1t. press, .: i a .4S -__
were passed; gtbolicy ePresIdcnt ,..
wholesome,suggestions to the Convention.- the Southern States Price Cooper and Leilwith were,appointed for verily such work, sooner or later, willbring -- I :
> ; and '
survive. The! Verily, where will the brnsad a committee to secure'a building suitable Tho sinking ftmd required1 by Iaw baa'$29OO
T for the ;
Upon 1 subject of negro suffrage be. is,perhaps '-Florida" oe., Pu r-' its reward., We wish the new' proprietors .
ple by withdrawing from :Itseverely New Parsons rfVbinUandNorth'Capplicable
1 themselveswhen -.
-X forcible enough,but upon that .of negrotestimony protect Egland' fnel ,COMMITTEE FOB COLUCTIXO 8PBSCIUPT10N8.. abundant,success. I ( to'this debt. ;
can t
this all
against, parties are taking hold of President For the collection ,
of funds } eun: -----
N S we are of.the opinion the ( Sammii, fjtlck- :- --- 5-- $25OOofbondsdated1861wereexchangi.'
:: viper, which has crawled into ther bosoms, Johnson's skirts to keep from sinking.Mrssxssn'ri. ney and Slager were appointed a committee. '(From the Floridian S ed wfth-the '
does not peak with that "vim" which:l Mr.Paran Moody W&I elected Treaiurer and and, Journal,27ta,nit, Confederate States.. Government.
S and after r .Mr..W. for oK'; '
Imbibing'vitality --
enough to it :
give M. Ledwith .
the importance of live question demand Secretal'I Conviction of.. I. Groner. ,. .
S animation, its hateful hisses can be''heard in Governor .Col. Sprague officiated as President of the'meeting ,trATz T
Humphreys was inaugurated | the .k
The Governor puts this matter before the on and by his personal interest manifested in the By publication of General 'Oid rs No. : .TBX1BUBT HOnS.
S the_ ear,.as it sounds its rattle to the blacks the 17th ult., at the State Capitoland in his as well as practical suggestions,assisted materially canae In:, 34,'the findin ofthe Military Commission in Total in&raat JMned.%..i:.;.-;. .J. sS
Convention, in,our judgement in rather a accomplishing the object desired.- the Am'te'ddetro7eIt z4 os.kaDd,_... oS'ilSIo1d
and, bids them on, in ,"their resentment" address took; 'grounds that no State had I S The case of this unfortunate man has been S
a book -
subscription ,
1 loose and, 'technical form.. It, is.not, a question ': the trustees being opened'the portion of made public. It,will be seen from the nxu _....... .
( which should "yield to no restraint.?/ With constitutional right to secede,' proposition present subscribed fire hundred dollars. annex: taD41zar.. ..!.".... .
a A ed order that he Is 'G-- > --
if the Sial can'get along without the good working spirit prevailed, and all teemed sentenced to be:hung on 1' --
_'S tt testimony'of the'negro in her courts, but' the such an organ in ourmlds it is no longer 'a' that every Southern school by knows to becorland'vhlch'n J!I fident that the great want Of a pood 'school' now con BO Friday the 3d proximo,which 13 to-day week.: -,-rT i r .. g T ** *. .
sorely felt,will assets
wonder that it has become unsafe to walk soon be supplied. May God have bit (thirFtrad''arercporied as fol-
true question Is the right othen' togo the body 'in the South has I j The meeting then adjourned The' executive mercy'upon him and his' dis -
J eommittee -
streets .Jacksonville. at' night, and tbatwhite'men'and ever disputed.. Ho favors absolute 'freedom'J will meet at the District Head-Quarters on Sat- tressed lamily,'and may all; others jJ16w.fi
- V into'the courts for the protection those urday night, 7 o'clock to receive and consider ,the, re- to intoxication take warning,from his &ocb: '
white women are' elbowed ofthe negro, but not social .or political' ports of other committees. "S and fate. example Y1oria fJDIGOO :'H
i other rights which are unalienable to freemen7sach Liquor, the Inciting
s.ndthrust from All who are interested In the, subject of education cause ,of Pw.kG.oBaflrotcL..U""I.V.VI. WioOB OO"3* :
side walks
: 'as the protection life, of 1,property ,, the by.half drun euait.*-Governor Sharkejhas'b elect- J Invited to attend. W. M;.LED WITU, axe- insane passion/brought him,'as it has thou Yhii A&O, c.n.Eanzo.&....: ......n ,700.Fta. .!
ken and insolent fellows apd | sands of others, to a : .t'.' .
- S character, and the pursuit of hapl- negro strumpet edby Legislature tor, S .Secretary. disgraceful and \iol nt ,' 0 _
_ '.I : wenches; for such are the fruits, that grow to fill the unexpired term of Jeff.>Davis 'commencing I .-r--- -4 .-S'; end .r. *e ti -'-- -
ness.: These being the rights,of freemen,and from the seed the Herald has sown. A'sense the.4th :March IT E'FUTURE OF Tins SOUTH, ,-We,publish: IIBAD-QUARTEBII DEP.'or Oi'FL01UD RaTlrcmd OonfAMrjn.Y-M....?$. e"OOO W
the negro now, eing a freeman, it follows on 1863; and'J. L.., on our first page a t TALLAiTAEE }' PeL*Qeo- B. ?.:..';"[.::...?:?.. :,ow or. S
of very letter
doty to our people compels us to open their Alcorn.was elected U.S.'Senator' for the !interesting } GENir.nAi.'Oiumns NF'J't'J A. &oenj K B.'tJow.2.-i.J' :..v..i.-. sajan w
logically that it it kit right to be, heard bejore I frdm'JJlX B. ,'DEBbvF Es 'r&nahMmMLR'co.-. ..
addressed to'Governor ...... 3,6C0OS
eyes to an existing evil, and has reluctantly long term, to the of A. G. > ; I. Before a Commission' '/, ':: .1'1.. ..A
the tribunals of the country which by law; fl vacancy Brown, PiERUY South' Military which 'e6if.\bt.) ....:;... :::. -4ZG
brought us in contact with this vile sheet., We commencing March The "negro ; or Carolina, upon convened in this city, by virtue ?of;Special .Oa4..sea Ooatr.U* **. .v*{.' > ..i f ;12IjB
are made the immigration developmentof No. 55 .of October 3 "* K* *'' |
1865 .
: ,
now,shake the filth of the unwilling touch testimony" men to have 1 ,from tfiy&se .r1t'i it* 5T/ ; ??" j- _" i "T -
IS. We,have discussed this question at some a sid a sal majority ihe South the of Headquarters, and of which, : t. ,
from oar skirts and .have henceforth done in ". perusal which we respectfully ,Major' E. i C. )' w" j $-IN W
iengthbeforespdlI'Iiasb discussed 'I recommend'to WEEKS, 1st Florida .Cavalry; :,1s. President oC\ :: -5-.UIn
enmoreably with it, for the same reasons that any gentleman te.eglatU. our rcadears genera iilyandtothe was arraigned tod"tried : "" '-" .., .JI&_...'";,.e ..............,.!.!. : I{
I by others it"Is important ,therefore avoids .Messrs. DREW OAKLEY. ,have fitted : Delegatesjn l tpnyentlqnticularly. ( JACOB L. GRONEK civilian v lm 1I&n. ......_...._. ... '
an incendiary; : ; up 't ,, upon ,the: fol r J' .( ;
that the Convention grasp this subject in, ita the Store No. Sammis .' lowing ,, -, ..
S 5r : : 8, Block, and. r ; ., 'u.nt,- .
true Constitutional I and legal bearings, and The, name of different thereto their stock of and remove --.. Charge-Murder. 'o,II'..>!T..2'.. r ": S ".v,"' .. '
seven S
:, have .
persons Bk Stationery I r We wpuld Specification this : .5 ., ,.... .-* .II1..SO i .
: .-. not approach. ''. ..It in" spirit of.petty quibbling 'been mentioned as being;. without the slightest !from, the room up ,st ;same, block We attention i of the Planters, ,respectfully' direct the vilian;with m aforctlioughty-wilftilly, thalTiFacbbL. Groher S nqI10a.s00.; ..C*S .
-, on legal technicalities. It is.A; great doubt;the Editor of., the 'Herald.JackIOnrilll congratulate these ." .of Florida to' :the. ::1e4erae.'llabWtle 'bJcfa.'tl course 'an '.
I' S upon->this evidence article from feloniously did, kill and :
R rald. JJufaiiJa t
gnUeen' the ietelvh i one worthless M like iso thbFoad
i is belonging to
J..f:." :;. / stsqnjjj..jtaaqtie: on of the Rights *.Aahtm tb.wOcdniwi, ,. of prprt that their.success be'found on'pur Jlrsi d. What. ,to_, '3aspcrD.3a.sets: If a peaceable' citizen,, by --i--..;-- ,_. .- ._-.5- .
.K : of Man, and !must bo .dealt. with philosophically '1Iow"'IIDIIer.a..carT7. aU b* kDOtr., ". In fully- 'Commensurate page can be shootlnghlththe' said Jasper :D. '.BaisetL 'The1frr id I16Mb'MrnthIiot sitlc1
S : { b done in Alabama:cat also Tvith a pistol held in the ,. .
be'done'tnFlorida hand
.. 1 :; ': as well as, by ,lhe,light of the ,laws.of Komen ,Umbra, is,too,naodest by, half The, wlththeenterprlse theybave: shown.: Men if but like judicious be Interest; said Jacob L.Groner, and inflicting'him.airoocd; 'the 1. .tb_"fbaia.. 1 of.ah 'T
; steps )
S ,z..{", ..; personal rights. seven wise mciz.offGreecC5cou1dnt hold a Who in:this,,money-making And, money ;get,; 'the freedmari;In soil ) therewith, whereof'he" ,."\lie ,said.I 'Jasper ,Pi' ff: ;. ''..l In.! : ,',w:1nDI'_. -',:.t S: "
1 :: ; But the Governor entirely o4taW oneS candle .beside those, "fins: lies lightning your anmakctljoIl' Bassett.died./, > ivlUt.h t 1tWtp -,
say .. .ting .de thelrcapltaltlmQ erris.
: "Lge rt an.d;energies mimnertivo'tli1n / a'ns's ? :ras : effect' :' This I ..., ._ .ro..1'16 '
: : an at Tallahassee -- -
;,/ 'I' word,about the State War Debt. Thila, grate that sometimes leap out,of darkness" It'' solely,to,the intellectual at: ,com*, follows cause:J he will make'if also remunerative on or about the 2d day, Leon of October County,'1885, Florida: ,:_ "' U1''Ol.Psa1m1-adTlged. doa_d_'ft!*, .f"hp'j.ttfQt '

I "3'.- .interesting,question.to the. people V- :S. munity, become.,necessarily t a" very ,grtat to ySu: "': -- '' "- ": L. Towhicb.,charge,and_specificaUooithe! :ac ., -J" : :. stfvlcc H.ohobrush
I { S i': : Florida, and suggestions from the Gover- PST We are requested to 'invite the extent pnblicbenefactors ", cUBed Pleaded-'Not N !U f. u.
.; members as f uch deserve :: i' _',. myf 'h".t. : .. 'that nn hfsbo1r.

: t I. nor'would 1 doubtless"have'weight ',ini' 'the of the,"Duval County Medical Society," .every,possible aid and.encouragement, from, S >'.account.;.of. the: ,crowded state of oh.'S Tho the evidence Commission adduced after inaurifdell6 ritlon:' :dge-'Qtfp- ot.J.- .h te Identi7neT.t .f
- p4 *> C9nve2Uoz5tiponthls subject.. ,The L people, 'JUM! all physicians In good standing hx.the the people among whom they may be J located,. pur col trans..'with the' proceedings of the' ;L.Groner'a&: follows, :' the'accused'. ; er, &k \.'IgkJ ,jse' .:, ..,

1 <: too,'wpnld 'like,to kno1w,how the Governor "City,,to(meet.atjU e,office of. Dr. E. T, Sabal; Messrs..D. .&. Q.uaro l ,) cILknon, :to our 'ConvenUon, at Tallahassee, and othermore or the Spccl1lcatJon-Ou ltll w ( ,the herb tit u cstfoD! '_" *;:

f r 'r :' .;: stand.t'lIpo1\ Uiis question,'particularly.as .we at,the,residence.ofAr A. Canova Esq.,.at 4o'clock citizens, a9thyoEenlcznennndvecoidIafly.bespeakfr: Immediate matters of interest to :out readers I i Oftlid'Charge( %; t". ... 'to ear tla coinpiexloa i a&1yIIeU s5itfll'..'

; ;";: Intimated that lie has the U. 'S. Senate P. M. this / omit And Commission ri'do'therefore sentence #ble ht fi. \
I hear If ,. day upon important b'usi'ness l i them. /,liberal patron-! \ye oursnmraary-ofiForeign: News for him,Jacob L;'Groner to, be : w4.. f6t.

: ;> S, In bis eye. 'If so'does,' this explain 'his ,. ; ,I? -. : : .-ICI .. 'I ,"S,"" '. '' .' S S thlVweek'. v '-, : ;:,'. \, ,* .:. : neck until he.Is dead, ;at such*time hanged-and b.Y.place.-the; :'eatel bJ ..:QlUrlnOrt ofhb ftvofite

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THE' :t; ;'O-'ia6, .4: .I.o" .l'( On motion ofJir.Bush, the roles were prirtte enterprise whateVer.- :'"-* V S :.-":' .,' _"-. rr.i ft "jj.pni it':; 1 1I' 1zomet. PS '; ., ..,.4 Vf.. ''- VV VS

waited and th.(;orditiaace was teadu'second Kr.Buh moTe4lo amend Ihe artlde bj..dding tia S. SAMMIS & ,CO. J! ." V, '. :,'1
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pCBLBHCO EVERY 8ATUBDAT MORJOKO BT time by its title foltowli el asej nbiicTfl> f .1''lowud in; ,.: & 'Cbte;..
; Trotlded bowerer;that 1.theM.proyIaioD.lhalt' -' '- I THBr :o xeento':aiir: oI'4en:1J1.Ja1aJiDeof Immacu1aCe'foaeeptklu 1.""-aeboD1m, Tl*.; br" the :. f ...
J.LTIUZY. : Mr. Johnson moved.that "-.r. ) V ',' ,-S Be .Father Chamboa,W
therotesbewaiv- operate to pwrent the operation of Bank that V II Easiness with nestness and d ? ;MrCORinCK. U.S.X. ; r V

TKBM8- : ed and the ordinance.bc'read: a h,,l time, created by the Federal Qorernment tinder the may 'lf :ForwarVUng : V V' V .: :1CIa..101Ui CABDT' to Miss. ESPERAXCJ&' Of PONcE.. of Jscksoavffle.Florida. ... ; -.:.

i>oUarspeeAM* In Advance.. Itstitle; o"t. ; pj : JUpon .ofCongrwatorttjatparpoep.", ?. V V -. i P.-S..-A fine Grist Km U attached to the premises'hishwW .&' ? V \. *".feIn ,: .J-- "
TWO taka ftIIrle8a thin Three unth*. which m they and On inotI ,_ nb.c11PtmI cents. as vwen were poitpcwedintflTneKlay next and 'made : : .'. : : ,' ,' SeptemU*,9-t I: pE LEI24. : :
copies eve : .
gate called-for by Messrs.' ftIt >and- ,..., ,order tor that dar.On : AND.:. V V Jacksonville,on the evening of the 3St&nltiao; 4 .
A ptirs';_: l'; ,and were yeas 7, nays.;.. motion of Mr. Johnston the ConrenUon took I :( '. B U1 tiYQ.M I ISAAC A. ; 1r.1or11{ of Sew York. SS V 71
4on&na 'Tea,NOC cw 1JiDe_ Y So the Convention refused to waived: thernlesronrflthsof .recew nutfl 8 o'clock p.BJ. ." ; -- J' : the -' '
'I"rO :0ai tetter fbr ech a A. OTXXER INFORMS THE LADIES fell ia Jens,at Jck6rrlIIfi$ ,on Bkondag r
,.baJ i *ateeoM IDIeI'Io&iOII. ; the:members .not' ''rotins > ab'CLOCK.P.M.: Jacksonville,that she bas BOW located'U this 'ofJJze27UaotOe&ober JIATTIX 'tnt'd.lqtd ot. ;k.-\ .

Iherefor.: The Cou'fentlon resumed Its Beaaiun. place lad is prepared to cut,fit,and make dresses in Horatio and Florid Bisbetiag d..SinaOethefld ci.k <."- '.
A liberal d toctoB s sd*to peraxnetrt adTertlseri.JOB motion of Mr. vent. the neatest and latest'n..c'-.onl'onyUa: St. teen day a. . I .' -- -T*'*; j"Suffer -* "-f:
Qn Magbee Jthe ..ordinance The between Washington and Adams 8ts.. boose formerly little children tojsomo unto me and iorbld,_ ",
: PRINTING report of the Committee on the L*(iaIaUTe'.De.partseni / ,1"
was referred to the Judiciary Committee. WM taken up and read and the- occupied by N Co Dennett.Jacksonville. .. V ;then not, for of such Is the|DaJoa of Haayea.. -4C..;, -. 3 -

.eyeI'J(1Je.ai l8Il pIa.oe.i.f. .? ,- Mr. James Love, the delegate from Sumter article was read the first time and ordered to be SION'" MERCHANTS, .r>1 t V -.>:

County came forward and a Beoond time on Monday next. fePt.1r8TI V .'-----' V V -
--Tks fbBowmg waned parties an oothdrixM: jio and took his seat la the Convention.duly sworn The article on Census and Apportionment of Representation ,Jtm- hiH1IthiL-. V.r j'-J f ;. ': .
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.MAI J.p tar the Fbrida., aad wffl receive On-motion of Mr. wa read the tbd time and ordered to AX1? SABMIS BIX rK DISPOSED OF MT STOCK Of GOODS. i-- 'I -V r J SV t "
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Davidson S .
leave read Becmd lime ,
I of absence on Honda, next.
b.c1pUC u4 advertisesmtu, at.our .advertised Iw to S .V
business in
preparatoT closing :
was granted to 3Ir.Oenrn Mon- The article on the Bigot Suffrage and Qua11 V #, : ;
persons having demandsagimss me are re T I'Jna I W'DGft,Iab Citro darnext of Officen was read the first time and ordered'to be tad to present the same for settlement,and all parties Indebted OF! "CAPTURED AfD ABJLJTDOSEB"r *,*{! ',
I a second time on Monday next. A y' STREET, i a _
F.J.P'- .. Mr. Baltzell, Chairman of the Committee V ; to me are requested to make pay. -a .

CoI Hoa..'lOUIS.j.DOTWK.OOU.l-lfoIitd11 Qtiijey.y on the Preamble, Declaration and. .Bill' :of The Convention MONDAY nrTH, Oct.DAT.30th. 1865. maui Sept.of 16,1885-tT the same.: F.,Jacksonville X-HOTTARD.,Ha P 0 P ':R T Y. .rt4) .: VT.7:

.ssrs.)tcImLzT ok B1r.11c.M1czopy_. .._, J ., i Rights made a Report, which was received, quorum preaenL.met pursuant. to FLORIDA. V Is bereby given that I aJheU.PlabUe.t .5.

e and the accompanying Preamble 'Declara. The Ber.3.:1 Dubote officiated chaplain.On lLLE, axa: ;to the highest;'bftfderv fcr esa at seyi" 1H

THE STATE CON VENTIOFJ.SY50PSIS tion and Bill Rights were read the first motion the reading of the journal of Saturday ,Potatoes.! :Potatoes It.! ; .,eaTstaday,the 14thdayotNo 1.- .'..
waa vember, 1865.at 10 o'clock.JV.M.,of said day.: .. .. '
time, and ordered to be read dispensed with. IRISH ,
a second time Tft BABBELS POTATOES.
OF ttL PZOvxEBINGSECOD On motion of Mr.Coulter. Mr.wnn.am' U. lloiden 1 Washington Prtntiu,- | rress <' ..: VV
to-morrow.. 4 LARGEST Oy 5OObusbe1sCrn 1 1.--n. ..'i V -
1ttTHURSDAY Mr.'Long Chairman of the delegate from Orange County, was sworn and took OPENING THE JfowinstsTeand for sale quantities to suit par 1 C. Wardrobe 9"Chain t ,. V,.. ..:: .M Z S
Committee i '
offered for sale in the- State
ever V
on eat.Mr. chasers at WELLS' : ,
,. October 26th 1855.Conreniian Public Domain and Internal Improvements I Bosh offered the following motion: : .as should induce Country and other September 9-tf V S Auction Commission&oreV .. Bureaa.TablM,Bedstead ,":1'f. {... -
made Thatthe regular boor of the meeting of this Convention at least price our goods before pur \ ,: .." ... V 5
The 'tnetpomuuit it t5djOUTflta a report, which was received, and the; shall be 9o'dock. A. M.;that if the orders markets. The'following are among V 8c6a,1Ioob 7 'V ;. ; j.f r

quorum present accompanying Article was read the first time, the day have not been disposed of, the-CoDTenUo comprising our.stock; : HOUSE W..L D.WA.NTED 178 Cubic feet of Cedar \ <, ,, S 't 1 V, S

Rev. Andrew J. Woldridge officiated and ordered.to be read a second time t -mor- will at 1 o'clock P. M.,take a recess until 3 o'clock a House larg or small or part of a flose.V 2 Schooner BIWard I r- ., .", V
rabies '
The P. M., and that this regulation be observed daring GOODS. to JAMES s.moom8. V S 5V+j :
row. :
15 On Chap motion. of Mr. Hogue the'' ''reading 1 of Mr,.Hagbce. Chairman ,of the Committeeon ballance Which of was the agreed session to.; V 5 Octa-tf at the, Drug>Store.: hand." such, other .propert1'' a IREUBEKAssistant -there resealaosi-...:..rff' S .

Boundaries made Mr. Hogne moved that the CommIttee V Special Agent Treasury Pacrtae .* : .
a Report which
on Engrossmeat
yesterday wa Dispensed with. was -
the journal V T. E. :BCCKMAN.JACTKSONVlTilE. 'JacLsonvffle, November
received and the &c..be also a Committee on Enrolled Ordinances 4-jlt VV .,
On motion of Mr. Lopg, the members present accompanying Ordinance and authorized to report them as enrolled for ., : : IT-I A. V "
who were not eworn on "yesterday were was read the first time,and ordered to be reada signatures of the President and Secretary of the Con.ventlon DITNNELLS, TTAT.1TKjLBOUBJr- .J,
second time COMMISSION DEALER ,. t r
come forward and be ; .
rwofsted to sworn.he V i'
following members Wright Chairman.of the Committee Which was agreed to.' C f .S 'lB. [Alt CHef-Clerk'f 0* Depattmo* ef.Ot tlrlor.ATTOBNEYfrfOR'THE \ !' t
Whereupon presented Mr. Long moved that after the word umotioDl **'" &Jl05JlE&G"8.LOWELL -
themselves and trere duly worn ,by Banking and other.Corporations, made a Re troduction of Ordinances'' be inserted V in the, LUMBER: TIUBEB. .CEDAB, ,HILL LOGS. ..,. '.:f f

the President, viz;" i."-> ., ',j( port, which was received, and the,accompa- Bale of the Rules of the House adopted by this Convention V V smLES.LTgS. ; ,;AC., .
From ffernando ant n/y-Sml E. Hope. nying Article was read the first time, and ordered ; \ALSO I .IX. V V

from lERAorovgh omn/y James Oettis. to be read a second time to-morrow. Which. Coulter wa agreed introduced to.Mr. an ordinance to annul AND OTHER' MIIXS. Saw Mill 'Machinery.Oct. V *n7ouItTEEDepartmentiand -." '. V V
From Pdk county-Frands A. Hendry. Wr. Wright offered the following resolution liabilities of the State of Florida Incurred between ,BBOTVJf; Oct. Jacksonville FU. Offleer|of"i

Manatee county James D.Green. : 10th day of January,1861,and the 27th day October AND SHrUTING. V ""
Resolved That 1865; OSNLBIYBGS.V VJrAIxov.19cTr; D C 1". ,
the TO
thanks of BUILDERS.
Monroe Mtl n7y-Dnie'ILT r Whlte- Convention .
From Which was placed among the orders of the day. .
burst. ; **' tendered to Has Excellency William The rule being waived Mr. Bosh introduced KANCHESTEB P PACIFIC i wfll be furnished with lIuiTr.1"bft.they Office in. Federal Blockccier of P sad BeTcath '

The resolution offered .Testerday: ,by Marvin, Provisional Governor, and to Mai following ordinance : DELAINES. BUILDERS: to order:much to their advantage and saving ;:Streets, Postoffiee: Box So.Je.r: VV ,.
Refers to the Secretary an< .Officers el the Depart*;V ",'
Gen. An Ordinance to annul certain ordinances and Laths and '
Foster U. S. resolotions : of trouble-ftbo Shingles Brick.
Mr. Bush, respecting the appointment Armyfor.the facilities afforded of the Convention of the people of Florida S T. E. BUCXMAK. meat of the Interior and ors generally of the oUk ".'..'
certain committees'was taken up for consideration. by them in the assembling of this body, and certain acts and resolutions of the General Assentbly i MARLBORO STRIPES Oct.S 28 V -3m Jacksonvffle FlslBICHAKDS er Departments of the Oovernsneot. Voveniber V ;

and that they be invited to seats-on'the floorof of the State of Florida, passed since the tenth BY THE BALE. '} t VS tf \ S ,' ..'

resolutions were offered as. snbsjLi- this Convention: January;1861.and to make valid the proceedings PORAMATTAS LUSTRES,I -A'BAXTEB, -- ::
Several Which the Courts of said State,held since the 10th day of Jan.nary. DREW & OAKLEY :'.
wtes for the original resolution, and,,'were was adopted.On .1861, and to legalize marriages solemnized V Shipping orwarding and CommissionMerSianti. : ,; ,. '.
rejected. v .;_. motion, Messrs.Wright,Bush and Max that date,and tor other purposes; UJt.R", BookseI1ersanStatjMerLS7

Motion of Mr. Bosh the original- ''reso well were appointed to notify Gov. Marvin Which was placed among the orden of the day. CLOTHS ETC. <
and Gen. Foster of the Mr.Rogue introduced the following resolution : JACEBOimLLE, FLA. ,JACKROXTITXliTsU V -- -.-i A P< V
adoption of said >RII>A.
lution was amended by adding the words "if lution. reso- Besolved That the Committee on the Judiciary AND PLAIN. ; .-J..,: V
practicable." instructed to take into consideration the existing law IRISH LINEN Large advances made on consignment.executed. AD ordersproinptiy ALL the'articles usually fou d In'. Stationery Store, .f VV

The resolution as amended was then adopt\ On motionthe Convention adjourned until in relation to idleness and vagrancy,and to report b AND OTHER MAKERS. Oct.28U.S V be kept on band. Orders respectfully solicited.. '',', V
to-morrow morning 10 o'clock. ordinance or otherwise,what action,if any should November 4ly M .
ed. taken by this Convention upon the subject; '.$, TOWELLING -. .V

On motion of Mr. Livingston the Secretary Fonrrn DAY. Which was adopted. ETC, ETC., ETC. JUS"RECEIVED : ': i
of the Convention was requested to famish -- Mr.Bosh from the Committee on tho Judicial GENTS LINEN CAMBBIC L. WARROCK ,

this Convention with a of the journal SATURDAY, October 28th, .. partment,made a report ; AUCTIONEER AND GENERALComm"1s's PRQn: :N ,"' YORK V ; -V:
copy Which was received and read,and the : on w ; V !
of the last House of Representatives; anda The Convention met pursuant to adjourn- articles placed among the orders of the day. Mercliant, '

copy of the journal of proceedings and 'ment. A quorum present On motion of Mr. Landrnm Mr. John BAY STREET, 'JACSOT1LLE.S BY" EMERY AND BAYA.i :

of the State Convention of 1861 The Rev. William Scull delegate from Walton county was sworn and o V SEAR
ordinances i' officiated as Chap his seat. AND SCALLOPED, 'XEWlWf STRF.P.Tj i BAT, V S 5
and also a copy of the proceedings and .Con- I lain. The Committee on General Provisions AND I CHECKED CAMBRIC COBSIGBMEBTS'SOLICITED. 'fresh-f supply- of Groceries* and Provisions V

fltitution ofthe St. Joseph's Convention ',in On motion, the reading of the Journal ofyesterday all subjects connected with the colored population will purchase for parties in' the country aU articles. ANOTHER offer cheap,at wholesale and Retail,-. <
they wish, at the lowest market All order from the attended -
the State, by Mr. Oettis Chairman made a price. country promptly to..
was dispensed and said Jour- ;PLAIN AND Jacksonville FU. V Oct.28 *. It '
1838.The which was read and the accompanying articles DOTTED -lyAUCTION November; j
committee appointed to Stand- nal was corrected.? "
prepare among the orders of the day. MUSLINS. trimT.-I-II y:
ing Rules for the Convention through their. The rules being waived, :Mr. Landrum in- The Committee on Finance Accounts and State NOTICE.r:::
chairman Mr. Wiggins, reported, that they troduced, without previous notice an ordi- bilities, made a report by Mr. Livingston, Chairman
which was read, and the Ordinance : BROWN, MIXED 1BLACKHOSE. be sold at the Office of the'Poet Commissary TKEVeOPaXtaenhIP bereiofore existing under the _
recommended the adoption of the rules of to between freedmenand WILL ,
nance ratify marriages placed among the orders of the day. Jacksonville on Thursday Oct.2nd 1865.,the I 'Firm of Falrehild*Robmsfca,is dissolved by reason '"'
the last House Representatives of Florida freedwomen and for other purposes. ORDERS OF THE DAY. following articles to wit i-, of the death of Mr.Robinson. .AIl persons indetted ..!

so far as they are applicable to the Convention. Which was placed among the orders of the Ordinance on the right suffrrge and ITE: BROWN MIXED AND Thirteen thousand(l3OOO)pounds Pnrk,foor thousand to the late Finn, are requested' to seUla" with the ,' V
of officers came up on its second reading. HALF HOES. ,five hundred (4500) bbls. Bacon, and eleven undersigned immediately.Tbeboaiaess .' V V .
day.Mr. The following amendment was offered by Mr. Long.Insert AND GENTS thousand UOOO IDS. Flour.C. wilibe coadneted at i nmestsjxlby' ". 4
Which was received and concurred in, and Long introduced the following resolu- after the words, HXo officer, seamen K.LEIBY, Capt.'t C.R V. subscriber. Cl&S.,A. p4.IRMhII..VVSVV; .

said rules were adopted, and copies thereof tions: or marine in the service of the U. S.," in the Goods. Cloths &c. Oct. 28 It *' Jacksonville Fla. Jacksonville, pet.30,,1863 | NovA-4t '.. .

ordered to be printed.Mr. Resolution in reference to Jefferson Davis. of see 1,those words, '-or any other person in S r

Bush moved that the committees to be I I Resolution in reference to S. It Mallory,A.TL employ- or pay of the 3 O'CLOCK United States., P. M." & White and Fancy Linen WANTED. : S. W SKINNER V _.;.: V

appointed under theresdlutionbf Convention :: Allison and D. L.Yulee. The Convention resumed its session-a quorum Shirts, Mixed Wool Ill ANTED to contract with parties for 500,000 feet SUVIGSEdN IENP1S'r. J ) _

consist of seven members. : Mr. Davidson offered the following resolution -lent.I )* Paper Collar vy SAWLOGSdeUdatT.A.kO.C.B.Ei .t

Which motion was not agreed id I An ordinance on the Executive Department WEAR such_M Plain and Highest market price paid for east & '. old V lACDOnIL TLA. ; ,
I still before the ConTention on its second reading, ) J. CARDT fc CO. Pet'
Brass and Office between :
On motion of Mr. said committeeswere Eetolttd That Committee of five be Collar,- Trimming, Bui. Copper.V 'cni'F Street Washington ,
Williams offered
Hogne, a appointed th.e"foUoW'ing amendments: Oct.28-tf Jacksonville, Fla. :Adams Streets. Residence famerly occupied by K.- -
ordered to consist of. 'five. members to draft suitable resolutions or a petition Strike out in section 15 as amended the Skirts Etc Clothe, Dennett. t Jlor*-Sm f. .
ach. the President of the United "elected by Joint ballot of the Senate and House Jeans CottonadeK, Satinet, '. V
praying "
Representative"and insert in lien thereof the 1865. FALL TRADE 8- sDI -
On motion, the Convention took .a recess States to release from imprisonment our fellow "elected by the qualified electors of the State at cG-EO. :E. i1IIrEBSON. '

ruth 3 o'clock P. M. citizens, Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, same time, and who shall continue in office-for .

3 O'CLOCK, P. M. and Abraham K.Allison,Stephen Mallory I, same Strike term out of in years section as the 23 as Governor amended of the the words State ;."' AND SHOES. -Physician i and_ Surgeon. :: V

I The ConTention resumed its session-a and'David L. Ynlee, of Florida, and that the I|I ted by joint ballot of the Senate and House of,} O Sce corner of' Ocean and Fj rsythe .street iormer .._'

quorum present gentleman from Leon,the Hon.Thomas Bait- sentatives"and insert In lieu thereof the words" and Shoes Ladles Bal Residen ??*: .:,..; XOT'-3mP.. V_ .

The President announced the appointment zell appointed Chairman of said Committee. ted by the qualified electors of the State at the Polish Boots, 'Women's Kip, V FRESH ARRIVALS:
time and who shall continue in office for the same VALUABLE ;..LOTS -
of, the. following: Standing, Committees of yean as the Governor of the State.:' Lasting,Gent's Calf Sewed

: Which resolution was adopted,and Messrs. Which was agreed to. '. ,Calf_Sewed, Pand D. S. IN JACKSONVILLE* FOR SALE. .

Committee on the Preamble, Declaration Ba1tzen.Long, Davidson Spencer, Niblack Mr. Bush offered the following amendment : and Sewed, G at-. Calf I .-W .
Strike out the word impeachment" after the t"l YKAT \'a1nabIe'Lot"l05 by -. Southwest.earV :
and Bill of Rights Messrs. Gettis appointed in accordance Leather Shoes .**
"Baltzell. were a Committee hot treason and in the 12th section. ;"Congress nerofBayandKewnanstr! Also, the lot(105"

C&ee d-' thr.with'c. :_ _" _Mr Rope moved a substitute for the& Shoe Men's Rrog ns, -._ OF3ST .=- feet square) Southweet earner$T q and Cedar atneta'
on the xecuJeprtment On motion\>f Mr. Long, the resolutions Introduced of Mr. Bush to strike out aU of the. 12th section B .. : near the Rail Road Depot. ,For terra apply to Dr. A. -.

-). Walker, Niblack Kelly Forman by hk were referred to the same the words "prescribed by law;' S.Baldwin. 'f V VS
Which was agreed to. Jacksonville,SOT,4-tf 5 .
and Leslie committee. AND CAPS. -
Mr. Maxwell offered the following amendment to : !: >'S. ..' V
Committee on the Legislative' Department The committee oh-the Legislative Depart- 19th section: V S S ,
V : 'E! W G- O :O 3D S. '
MeasntDaTidaon Bush Maxwell Gettis ment made the following Strike out the words in the latter part of said Felt Silk Fur .Joeke ., 'U. S. MAIL LINE .,
report: '
; : .
44 Wool .
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But in cases temporary absence of the other Styles Men's l '; VV5
andLOn. Which received and S : : : '; .. V
was placed among the :,: 1' :X.4 "
elected Governor from the State, his ; ''" V
*, Children's Hats. The favorite Steam Packet, ,tonfierly known as Uk.
Committee. v .
the Judicial
orders of the .
Department- .
day. shall not on that account cease or be dfmmiahed; V.--:-i. ;'- r :.t" ... ; *'. > 'St.Johnsf"aow named therHELEN ;, ,
}. Bosh Baltzell, Long, Gelt and The committee on census and appointment Which was agreed to, and the ordinance as i. S V
Is :
'db *
and all V -%.> f r'-' : : < ; !
ordered be engrossed for a third reading Glass Ware of VCOSIimanded
Hogue. of representation made the following CETTY .,>
report : \-J .'', -.i<-'- '-'5 j-l_ \i"f I <;, V ,"
Committee the'Right of,.'Suffrage and Which report was received and the accom- Kinds. .,. -e4, ,.f'V --V'V ( J'J
r : : 'J. ':
!I Qualifications of'Officers Messrs. MILLINERY GOODS. :: :: ,; < : by Captain O. R: in agsia psor-.,
Kelly, panying article was placed among the ordersof : < ". --r -i4 ;. Vr manently on the fine between Savannah,Georgia aad'Palatka. ':; .
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: Jkxrtt-W lkerlrBpcnoer and'Wniuuns.Committee" : the day. TO ARRIVE next week, a large and well and Provisions.' r : '1 .,' V V -::: ".5't.! : .Florida tonchiflg:at D.rteurviaw1ck.IL ;. .
suited of this
: Civil JDfiSces, Officers and The committee on the right suffrage and Orders atoek from the to country the wants solicited commuity.and carefully .-., .. .., IlarrertllMjna.' .and aU landings 011 the 8t.Joba
to Palatka the U.
V River carryfajg ; } _
Impeachment Bemaft1sfrom Office- of officers made the V
qualifications fined.
: following promptly ; She will leave Savanoab > Saturday at o'clock V
\ Messrs. Hogne,Overstreet; 'HJnes:>nd PaS report: Having associated with me Mrs., E. Guier of Flour kSLAG: >" A.M.,arrive at Jacksonville on Sunday,awl retaraisg;. .

I tenr. : Which was received and placed among the us place with, we their are patronage.prepared to famish M.all A.who MATTAIR may (Cincinnati Sugar Cared) V ; C will leave for Savannah every'Ttt ssday at 4'dock A..-_,

Committee "Militia Messrs. Scott Maxwell orders of the Pork. Mess and Prime M: S V V
on i. day. formerly A. Barnes. .1 For Freight engagements orP.g, ppijoj boar"-
, Davidson,Hope and Richards.' The committee on the Executive Depart- Rooms at Mr. A. Guier. NOT. 4-1m Dried Beef Market Beef I or to JOHN g. S'.00., "- V

I Committee 'Taxation-. and' IJevenuer I ment reported the following article of the FOB SALE half barrels and kits Mackerel Is now ;opening one of the largest. Stocks I 8eemb-V !- 'Agents.' 5 -

Measra"Forman.Klblack Bird Taylor and Constitution. Fgj .
i Richardson.t" -v- /.. .! f r fl I) ACRES of No.land on Flemming's Coffee V V 1JlIC1J'BE. D8.' V
Which received and the .
was placed among IOUU between Hibemia and Black Creek. 150 -,:: of GOODS ever offered in this market,.con- THE grrBflfiniBP.ii WILL PAY THE :HIOHE3T"
. Committee on Census and the Apportionment orders of the day. of which are cleared about 400 acres hammock coffee, crushed, granulated powdered price tor uncureat f nfisj : ,-.I ,

of Rejesentatioi-Messrs: Kiblack, The Committee on Militia made the following the balance pine land. particulars apply to brown Sugars 5 of V V 3UH.MCCORMICX..'".
: Wiggins;Cauawar: Hlchards: and John ton. report: A.II. McCormick at Jacksonville, or to the Molasses Gold Syrup tc. V sisting 2 Jacksonvflle;Oct.M,1865 -tf.l V .
ber on the premises. DAVIS FLOYD. Soda,Sugar, Boston and Pilot Bread S .
Committee on Public Domain and Property Which was received and placed among the November 4 (tp Sugar Boston and Pilot Bread DRY GOODS.IN. EVERYVARIETY.I NOTICE.V -t" -

I and Internal Improvements-). orders of the day. and quarter Teas Oolong. and Ilrnou : .*V O(MX the WEEKS Honorable AFTER DATE ofrob.ieofDtyaj1a. wEWrrL APPLY.TO' : .. V
V '. County,
.J Long Wright Get.&nandlIo The Committee on the Judicial Department NOTICE. Candy,stick and mixed. .
,. DRESS COODS' i ..for Letters of adminlstratioa on.:the estate of :
weeks after date will to the Act
I we apply V
Committee on"Banking 'other Incorpo- made the following report: SIX Judge of Probate of Duval County State of .. Eliza Baldwin late of said county,deceased. ; ".

rtio-r4)lxic: pe lt Which was read and the accompanying da, for letters of Administration on the Estate of s, and. .Liquors. FRENCH MERINOE3 V ;; A, 8.'BALDWI5.yttL .' S

audBimmona.Ccmimittee rdinmce.was placed among the orders of the nnder Holmes,bite of said county, deceased. SPRINTS S 30 L. BALDWIN.
old September ..'
"r S S Kentucky Whisky ;
oa Boundaries -MesBTa. fag: jlay. JAKE MORRIS. old Bourbon Whisky WOOL, DELAINES, W..L'TED. V .; .
; teeHicharason"WliitehnrBt, Green Duncan ORDERS. 'OF THE'DAY. September 23-6wp old old Cabinet Cognac:Brandy Extra-Fine DOMESTICS, GOOD- BAKER AND" CONFECTIONER,COTE THAT' ,
i andScott.'c.. f* .'
-L" q--- old Caiawba-Brandy ia master of the Business and having S goad
Commlltee';n1nalel1gand TRevisiotf An ordinance to annul the ordinance of sc Land for -Sale.A old Holland Gin :.t V AND A FULL ASSORTMENT, recommendation can find empJoyueBt and good wages

of the Constitution-Messrs-! Wiggms/Hogue; cession,together with the report of the Judiciary fine old Port at Madison, Co H.Fla. f .3 A1CE3 ROQES3. ,,>.
i DESIRABLE FARM containing 320 acres V S '': < :' SV Oct.14, 1865-1-m V. .tfadlson C.H.FUIr. V
Long,Davidsoa and..Mickler.7' .. 'Committee thereon was taken up for V V FANCY GOODS .
two miles South West from Madisoc. C. H., V -
Oommitt oil:General Provisions, Including -: consideration. which there is a comfortable dwelling and all Claret S SV ; VS .w.; t!; fF. 3.T.WHUT03T. :

allsubjedaixmitfctediiith. .the'.Colored.: The report of the Committee was received, ry out buildings In good,order. Aboai.eight Sauterne r TRIMMINGS. : -_.' SIMS iftf. "f,,:

Pop1&tIoorth.&ateMsrs. ,Gettis ,. and the amendments recommended were con- are cleared and. under fence. and other Wine, ,
Xiblack Jcurred-in. ? ._ Apply to W. Palmer Mosely. Mldison, C. H., ''FACTORS ASD
Spencer Livingston and White- lOONSAND .
: : James E.Young Lake City. <
.- Mr. Williams 'moved General Comrnisjc :Mer ant.
hurst, .,. to amend the ordi- V Oct.28.- I WARE V V>" o,
Committee on Schedule 'and Ordinances nance by striking out the word annulled"and V ; BALMORALS. V BAY STREET. SAVANNAH, OA. -
words Jofli CAP.D*. OF ; dt V t \**-
Maxwell, Livingston,, Coulter, inserting the declared null and ifTJ'1JUlf DnixM ,

Forrnan and Ow&Conmlttre.onredr&1 t .M.'f..W:0'".'m1 thp .""; 'n. ,.. JOHN ,CAEBY ,& CO., : DJMCrnPTJON.V. CLOTH INC. MERCHANDISED-V PRODUCE, ?TJ3IBZR, LUMBZB.--, 'i' V
,flel.Lt1nnMessr3. UpcrawWcn the VPJUI and nay were calledfor MANUFACTURERS OF i I AXD_COTTON:_ .. ?

Landrom, Wright- lWalker Lasdter .and b/JSIes D cau"andBeu.,,and kereas and Fanning'Utensil* S GENTS FURNISHING OODS.i i : Consignments are respectfD11y'"acriidted. and. win received -

%Iay. follows: .? _' : STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILLS, SUGAR BOLL S .. ,', strict attention and the Forwarding- Business -- .

i Committee oa Engroesment, charged with y-'...President' ;'Messrs.Bell;Coulter, S IRON AND" BRASS CA8TIN'GS.JACKSONVILLE.' ',CLOTHS1V ;i' '-: ; crefUflysndproxnpUydosie 1m S. Oct.14.,:>: _

- superintending recording of the Journalof Duncan, Green, Ls ;drum 1rIc' llan',. Simmons V : : FLA. CnAINS. V V .CASSIMERES V V S 'W. .;.' ::: ,)
the Cotrvention Mesfirs.Bird and WiUlams r Oct. 28-tt V ; V
Nays l Messrs-'BaltzetV Bush Calla. ;
Hines'Cooper and Taylor.Committee S Dry-Goods Store as salesman.jC .1 .. SV
onTtnance; Accoontsand State jray, \Cooper Davidson,*, orman, Gettis, GARDEN SEEDS, CORN SHELLERS SATINETS, .' .?. :'' : V
,, UabUitiea -.MeasrB. Livingston,.Gettis Mag- Hines, Hogne, Hope,Johnston..Kelly, Lassi- I ,received by steamer Fountain,a lot of PLOWS. -- STEEL, S V V S FLANNELS, 'ETC. Oct. flhraffoI'BfF'f'JaeboJa'fiD. -FU'

I bee Williams and Kelly.Mr. ter, Leslie, LI'vingatonyLoire, )<*, bee,' Maxwell JUST ,which, will be warranted. SAD, IRONS, S V J _

t- Long moved that-the"Editors and Be- May;Mickler; NlblackjOve&treet, Pastern I ,AT WELLS' .AUCTION STORE.&ptuiberO GRINDSTONES&c.1O V BOOTS ANT SHOES T aroncE. '. V

porters of the Press;!this and other: States ''cnar&.lUchards,Scott, Spemsr, Tay- tf, S SIxWEEKs' AFTER 'DATE, I WILL APTLY 'TO :

he admitted to eaUoalhetfloor 7-*i,( 1 or'WaikcrWblddeo; ,WhU.ehnlstW\; 1J Inducting. all''the' ,-new.,stylcsofladiea'l Misses1. ., letters of Judge of Probate ftx, Daral county;. fO1 '5
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.r- andWright.3&SthflfltWflOtTeedtO. Dr. R. P. Daniel. : Mtata otConWiaa"; V
W Uson
Which motion:was airreed to. and Childrena'.Fancv. Laced. Balmoral V and .West, late of said county,decease*.V *, VV

On rncrrAMrWfins: it was ordered 4; : .: HAVING resumed', and the.its vicinity practice,of may his be profession found at KINDS ,& SIZES. Jolishvarictiesl-. : S V Oct.14'i8C5-6-w,5 S VV_ 1"Lt _X, _!,._-,."._ V VV '

that75coptef of ;tbe. 'Standing, "PommittewbepitetedT I'OUftJI f TTUBDAY. residence of'Mr. Joseph N. Haddock.OctU4tp V 7 **f r '. V__ '_: '1_:.;: .- 1;;;; VS
FOB 8ALK : V4. SA5
.October 38, 1863.' :
Mr.Magb i rjyvrffl tha& ,a !tCOBUButCe- ,of The(--to aurnl the, Ordinance of Seeeukn 'vVARE'' HandkcrchlefsandHoslerY V .in5greatvarIety. WAGON and TEJf 3ATJLE3 A2JD BZOBSES.".Also'*:
R a.WATEB LOT in the tmsiaeso '
belaa'1UIMr. : ...::. eent .t-he "
fire be Mfotetedon Finance. Accounts- 'and Mr.Wttter morad te'accad ordinance br trikttf BURNING OF THE MUSEUM. EVERY VARIETY. ,S I: _. TiUe. Apnly.io toe subscriber at .Yla.r,;::., ;
staten.rnt1est '_. out UM vtaO" imBJlad'ad .C.f"4eclare4. LETTER(FROM MR. BAENUM.Nrw > Od'IUtp__ : .L.U.'GLE.555:,:. .-
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WJ ioa'OAad.1ae'Prea ZPdl.-47ft14. t: S : ', .
1da1t ,)Lt.Cooker,marred to amend the imendmenf by dd.' Yogi,.'July K., 1865.Mettrt. 1b@W WiOO S V kl d.:: : .: V t .jfcmc-E 01 -, :*.*ftf .: .
amiated Ke IAnjGettIs b. wcidtfroa th. '' ..Boring if'Co, :: V V S '. ;T WRTdysifterdaIwmiskeappiicatioi! U i 'V

bee, mllkaafcfid 'Kellj to, coostitnt hsii wbtthmoUo the ye :ere -called n.amr-Douch the destruction of the .I; ., ..Judge of Probate efTpnyjjco ,.... ,
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fmmittff'j' = ro bi.Ditn *$ BeQ. ad,.- .-- ,reu, 6, can Moseum has proved a serious oss to'myself from one qualrfto'three U. MRELLASANDPAIIASOISIIAI'S, :" tor leare to seS.portion'of the ,estate of J.,,p. ,''
Mr.Mabe mcmcl' thKt the Conventionadjoorned azysZT. .- the itubUe,I am happy to verify the old adage i S "" -' ; "y :BeBaasp deceased '4. _. V S
$.. 'UiP4ata10' the ctm8n'was' not.- >, "It's SA ill_wind.that blow nobodygoodand, ,. AND CAP. V ? ; ".-"" S A.,M2 VOORB Admr.-- 5
tata to-tuunoir imorninr, iOodock .10. ". _, eqBentiy ,congratulate yon V that your< STATIONERY. I ,- ,, VV 0 n4.JaebODrilt: ..'
': ;'. 1'Jae1Wwt'r' WDCtIba gp a the,amendment. pro- II&terf have again';demonstrated:their superior ... .', .. -' Oi:4s. :' .. -\ .
Upon'1 imi.A :i pcM by Mr.Walbr.it wit sot igned to. '" proof qualities in an ordeal of unusual severity.r GLASS..CRpcKEay.: .AKD, -
J1&Y1 -Tb ordte-WM ftea read third tH&Otnd 'pat The safe you made for me some time ago was in ; V S V ,,.-.. : 1' V. : i -S :: V V !: TIcE. A -V 5 5 ...J S S

were fl1 bby XNIAmgad NibiaCk, 1IJIGIi 1iI ,., <_. 1M t"Yaa U : office of the Unseam oa the second floor, back : ., : ,.-,,ij.u .: WELOW.WI4. _. :IU4peraons indebted t.the eatai,ofJ.P'.. '" ?
and A late of Doval
iS.: i 11&71. the bonding,and in U e hottest of the are. conatjdece.e41. are reqaested to >
werej f XUT. do the bi ; ne&ItIdI ta n4eNDe t civil officer*and ii. the.debris;and on opening it this day has yielded ES i..t 't ; .', : .d ia PdnttsaU estate are rtqMsied to present 1 -;
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... ._!from office.Tb ..' Its content la very good orders-books,paper poIiof ; V : r .' rrA'RLOBf' ttme;properly kutetnticaUd tt*umdersigaBd >,;
Th. : tki JI _''t.11 Vu.the- insurance bank bills,all in condition for STATIONERS: ,GUM.ETC; V : IB the time pnsoribed by Law,or, this notice will 1 .
-_- nIt. : racUwMfliencra red to' be .engrossed for IItwr4 'use, and noble commentary on the. V ; ,;DININGROOMDCHAIEBER"SETS. ..wI' pleaded In.bar of the ir recovery. ".. :' : .
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r.dl Monday. LAT1IS. '
The n i.:, JJJM .. ; d Herring's. Fire-Proof. Bafetv M'V5'T, S
la1a. tedsaii-. gr.1WlIns offend the following resolution, Truly fours S ,' > ::' ,., ;" '" :, _:. ,, < i ,Jt43-r: ; JckscelTtnerFlz.:. ': VVS
: ,1d.adopted, ., \ ,. '
OAJI'CCSo 'ihem1J1m' ft1le; lo' 'of. -.JltINI.Hat tttt Csklntas?of,web.:Committee, UtOMtttiMOrareotlon f..TB : DRUGS-; ; I IS All.C! ':111 be aold1 cheap,for cash./' ;. or MILL' SITE w4TED.0''F". ''.' : _

: d acs.a toany.changeeosatanttonal i :iHERRDfO'S PAT[( SAFES.. AI'i.E >
y4wMdIediiub; : : :ON HAND. : '
irmM Ia.reJlGl'lO tile.uittlN 'po- &erchants from the interior will dowell immedlatelyin e1iejjjsjt t.st.VSV
J, Tin mutntUNe pnttttioiifnmfr* few** ..
latr eed:_i diunce, to s &bowt.oa.IW1Dp '. t w- ;.lou'UtTer, in the ..vkiaity ,of JscksoavtOti, Vi.l V
&bUt u.e0ldfw. r- l. : ,, =: ? ilauturo .Box 3G PvO.' 1 5" t... ;_,
Which .1.I.J' .1 7k artteteoo Basks .s Bother .wrponOm ,wj Herring* J1014'.PateDI CrJataJllre4IroD.' the; ; pur- pet..fl-.Str : Wlac"IODYw.I'li', '
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MM .1. j'na4&be. _. _. .. security against a ImrgUr's. drill ever Kngltgh"aubd::User fiaddlci' cbulngelsewbere.S rf _S _. II___ ___ ,>. ; 55 -S. V
dthUOOt the i ..HERRINO, 9 ., : !' __.( i 5 VV, ;'
.JIr-DilTun arred to auaend the artkleb 'bJ.JIIbItUu COt 'JI' -' .1,.. ..', ; V :a : f: > r .4 ,-> V V
ordinance_pbJla.. *eedkince i U _"." elaia: -. Ko. 251 Broadway,'.eomer Murray' 8t, New,". rtl -es.o rt1 Blank. : : .. ,O'-S GERacbonvi11eOclob ,::: JOB PRINTING .... 1 V
be J1If .. -...a CISTo Town or'Oimnty, FARBEL, hERRING Jk OO.,Philadelphia,, ; : & Bpnrs, Etc. Eie. V : {, '. .. .;" V. i ,
..1 .7.;.{;' ':J .- V ZIEBBINO.k-O.Chtcago.: ; c t-"' : NEATLT EXECUTED OFFICE
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q .,. THEC;! .. .N. '" .Housed propose to the JIslatures,of 4Iit".11' nzcBiI16N. .OI..>. .HBGH0. ..1 TROOP. ,* .*,.. thY at a great deal depends'upon ourscITcLou 7 ; ,JOHN; JO Si: : W. tpWtlllfRSM.LlM7

---- the several States,w an" P01 111" "*], J' Pint ptatriet of Colombia neat. -must give evidence, that.you r compcr .4 t" .. f .

Cdnstitutioaof' M the- United States the nor.involnntaryisenritude follow- mentat;; Home,,Ete,,Etc. tnt fot.therights that the;: oyerementasuaranteedto Wholesale 'and,'Retail. Wkel.eJ4lltJJletail. ;
Neither filavery *
artid 1. .

GOVERNOR MABTHP8 MESSAGE. lag : ; WiskriraToX Oct10. : Henceforth!,each and all '
: for ; you.
,except as punishment I g 1)1J'G T
Mr. crime whereof party shall have been duly ; ,The first District Columbia Colored Regiment of you'must lie',measured .according. to:your QIS 't DEALERS. .' IN GENERAL, .

Theideng.ant. : convicted shall vexjst;within Cthe.United: marched from their quarters In Campbell m erit. If one man.Is more meritorious thanthe ", : "
Qtntieme of tht'Jon mjqn'?- States or .place subject ttf their jurisdiction Bay 'etreet'JackSOflyIIC.ou14 .
any "' il Hospital the Executive -Mansion: ,.where other, they ohe) equalsand tlO Is '
The dvil authorities,of this State',having and Conrcsjshj1liayepower." ; to.enforce' rcsiVh c call the,attention of dealer; ;and.eonstmers ; MEItCIIANDISE
t I been overthrown tlio late..clYil; war, you ,thIsUc1japppriatei.1egIsIaUQfl! ', J they werorevieweclf.bystlie \ :,.. the most exalted that i!the! most mertoriouswltboufrgr to his large and:'select assortment of' >rai.,Patent :, .
- are convened, as the delegates of the people}I' Upon the'ratification of.thi: ;.'three ,addressed themil.astoW ; r to c lor. 'And tie idea of Medicines,Fancy ArticlePaint.Oils Window Olast.* .; .

vested with authority to amex4 or .alter the fourths of the'Legislatures of1 the several :MT. FniENDa' :-ly.: bJecIn presenting .the Stationary, tc.,4c.,among' which;.may.. -be- found. : (< : J '-.' '
make' aiio States it becomes a ofthe Constitution .'. t .morig".t SulpbateQuinlne, :
to part '
CoDBtitutiotC;or a new .oxie.so : UgOW'sni1Y. ni'make' : : / : : "" U "
yse1fbetoreyot1 inan C&BtoTOIl. -
.. iv white '
adapt the fundamental'lw bfrlhe(,S.tate'0. of the United States. The newspapcrs'inform ,m 'a black: befor .Cream.TariarL. ," :. EAD1.MADECLOTNINC.
the present social"condition of the people. us, that it has already.been ratified by to thank you, members tone of the,colored night, and a,black man a white man before Calooiel'. -".- .1 I __ .

I' You are also vested with anthorityto initiate that number lesst"o.; ; Upon;,the !.re-assemr re regunents,which hay_been in Jhe.service,_of dayisausurdL; That is not the standard.- DlRe fai, 'GreeerJes. "
I measures for the je establlahment a State b uxg.oftheLegislatnrcs, it: ishighly:; proba its'banners : Salthwr, -" ., : : t
,4 the country, to sustain and cary is yOuroWn conduct; byour own'merit. ; it, :- ,Jbpflla,kc, I : '
Government, and the restoration of the in, that it'Will be Tatified; by;the''requisite tJt PrOWISIOn -- ., '
1 x i Seal relations'of the 13tale, with_ the_ ,-&politn Now, ttie'people\ 'of' this State'do, :;e and its laws triumphantly 'in every .part of is the development your own talents and Paw;&' '.Me \ Government not'desire,that their domestic affairs shall bee this broad land. ri'epeat that I appear before of your own intellectuality and< moral quali Towusend'a Sartaparflla I i : : ? -

: I While I would not recommend you to th subject discussion and legislation in you on.the.., .present occasion merely to tie Let this.then'be your course.:: adopt a I Ayer'a Ayert 8arsapariHa Caierry Pectoral, *i ':' '.: Ale, aad:.-,Wlaec. ,

ii':; adopt any :.measure. biconlstentwIth I Jhe' the halls of Congress :But they'most'assuredly tender my thankSi ,for, .the\ccomp1iri1 rit morality. Abstain from J Ayer1 Ague Core, : ': -
you ,
, true honor.and interest orthe Sta.te1'1! .' will be, unless jve-accept fully 4he.freedom stem alJicen..1 Indian Cbolagotrne. floo1shoc,, *i. _
I the of the ;and give to him W ame. you have paid me on.your .r tum home, toagain And l let me say. one thing here, 'Darla' Pain Kfflor.. :
at negro .
same time recommend :you to.consider 'Y' "
- jt, t ,, calmly and seriously, what the,true,honor security and protection"' hls'pe ronand .be associatedwith i ; ,your, _friends ,and for I am going to talk plain. ,I ,have lived BacbBemadf Tabnertock'sVermifiigv, 4ii, ri- :.Va Pf- .
jl and interest of the State, under: the 'xfeting property which we give to lhe.white macu' your relations,. ''and,those :you hold most sacred i 1 in a Southern State all 'my life and know Worm Candy '.. :. ;" 1.J F't() .:

t 4j circumstances, require to d6 and do Heretofore the negro, in. condition'. '. of .little to South Americaa Ferer. and Angne. Bexna4y( .
to W"'ea
it you : and dear.- I repeat, have what has too often .been the case.; There is Brown's EM.Ginger, ". <; Ware,
::1 it, in a spirit of frankness and becoming slavery;was, to a large' extent, under the Winalow't ,
:11. 1 the representatives of a high-minded sincerity i ; power and protection of his -8ter. who felt say It being unusual, in this''government one.thing,,'you should(; esteem higher and Uyatt'a Life Soothing Balsam.Syrup. I YANKEE' r. > : I

) loyal and honorable people. an interest in his,welfare,hot only ;because and in most or the oth governmmts to have more supreme.than almost all l others; and Velpcaa'a' Remedy, NOTIONS. ,:,

'S I t: By operations and Jesuits ,of the .late he was a' dependant''and' had been raised, colored, troops engaged hi their::.sefajce,. you that is the solemn contract with all the Mortang. '.Liniment Syrup UrerwortaudTar, ". BUTFER1; : : ', i'-
perhaps,in his familybut because he was his pn. '.1,
war slavery.his ceased '
to exist in Mc:11t1J1D'.Ilixor.BritJ.h ,
; lf i t I and the former slave.has become free this,.State It Is, pro erty. Now he has no. such protector, have gone forth, as events have.. shown,and, alties in the association of married.life.: < Oil, j r CHIESE, .

needless to inquire when ; and unless he finds protection the courts served with patience and endurance,in the and women should abstain from those qualities liateman'i Dropn,tee;&e. LARD 1.,' ,, '- "." r,
howJ or where;
: this change-ln.-Ule..tatus,,,of the rnegrowas o fj justice/:becomes the;,"victim* .of*every cause of your country. This'is your country and habits that too, 'frequently f loW. Photograph Backgammon Albania; ,u .,, < ;; I f PORK,. ., "- "'
i effected itb tiffictenfto'know wicked, depraved and bad man, :whose avarice i Blank Books, .FLOUL .
; that th fact elsel country: [Cheers.] Inculcate and 1
well as anybody w ar. among your :. _
him refuse chidrn' HO3UNY4
to the
exists prompt ;
' and irrevocable., In the, may paymentT WaOeta, -
hshment ofaState re.eatabo his just wages and whose' angry his is the country1i'hIch 'you expect to among your associations, notwithstanding Mirrors, .; -. 8UGAB-

' sary to recognize Itsjexistence OovernmentItIs1necesv; andi, : to.frame\ pa.ss1onl'riiayexc1 him:,to ? abuse live, and in which,:you:should expect to do you are just back from' the army of the Unite Hair. ,Tooth,and WblakBruaLu;dub,gnaf inf,*'c,','*. .' .COFFEE,

!4. the Constitution accordingly: .In taking the ; and maltreat the helpless being placed by his something byyour example in civil life as t Stat that virtue, that are ., CO&HE&'OP BAT and :
freedom beyond the pale of protection of .. ocil. STIJacksonville
. amnesty the freedom oath of,you the have former.au slave.sworn, to It..is support kind. any, you hay, .done'in:.the('field: This country is the standards to be observed' those which Labln'a Extract Perfumery, Et- ... ,. .

therefore, that you will affirmatively expected -] ::2ktuch:sensitiveness is felt, in this and other founded upon the principles of:equality' and you are determined to'maintain during "yourfuture IHght, Blooming Cereus,. ,. -FliL'

I declare in the Constitution, that neither slavery Southern States,upon the subject of the admissibility at the same time the.standard by which"per., lives. This is the way to make white Fancy Extract Colognes. Sept. 16tJ8C3J-tf:: -

nor involuntaryservitude, except as a i of negro testimony J Iri_ the" courts sons are to be estimated is according.totheir. men black and black men white. [Cheers.] Hair OOa,8c*j j punishment for crime whereof justice OT.sgaiust white, Sozodont,Tooth Soapi and Powder; COME '
; the For AND '
party.m merit and their worth;and you have observed lie that is most meritorious and virtuous and SEETHE
shall have' f that the Is free ; Sterling's Aiubroaia KendaQ'f AmboIIne, tc.,&c. .
1 duly-convicted,, shall ; now> negro ;I. do not ,
after'exist'in this State.. This clause has feel;any:such sensitiveness I do not perceive : no doubt, that for him"who does his duty i intellectual and wel-infore, must stand L candle. HEV.' TOE OF C. A., CK. .*00.

been incorporated into the Constitution of the philosophy or expediency of any, faithfully and
the States Mississippi, Alabama and.other rule of evidence shuts out the truth ciat and Drop*,Lozenges*e.,&c,
public judgment that will apr very basis upon which heaven itself..; Ifr.'CaM:: ,WaJ\1I1tk.'b Qtorgt
Southern .StatesJ .whichi) have from the hearing of the jury. It 00'said i rst .
lately heldconventions. may Peck doriof th past sizteea
reward. I noatuaa
out to him his Each individual takes his the Stationery.Letter .
I "' Slavery ,extinct, freedom.re that the intention of the rule is to shut out. 'measure proper degree sub buups.idssbops$ .
vive;for the public law of this country falsehood ; but how can it be known to the know that there is much "Well calculated in l imer and more exalted regions in 'proportion Note White and and Foolscap Paper, 'UoDM place sad win bi pis and to.
Ye1lowEDeJopes. ___ __,_ Ida friends and
,, knows but the two condition .But I wouldnot jury j whether the testimony be true or false the government andrsirice the late rebellion to his merits and. his virtue. Then ]I I Ii Pens Ink and Inkstands;Playing Cards,&e. action Ut-hi*work as heretofore hopes;to ererythiac give tbe Ssadsf -wDl a.

leave the fact orthe ,revival.,of ,freedom until they have heard it, and. compared it white i ncetn Us pdrsoaal attentton' sad-a* kopesthU
excite i
commenced to the against.the, to on this occasion in returning
to inference 'shal say you Cutlery. experience offiitoea wffl eatlde hJan, ..
argument or but would plainly with the other testimony in the case ? The jmn ID' '
declare that all the inhabitants of thfcf State, admission of negro testimony should not be black and the black against the whit. .man.. ,l to your homes and firesides after feeing Razors,Razor Straps Pocket Knives,an J Scissors..Tobacco. fldsnce line win of be the always: public.on hand A floe and stock offered of all at J'OOdIm b"!,,

4 without4i8tinctk ofcotorror free. regarded as a privilege granted to the negro, There are things you should all understand conscious and'proud of having faithfully discharged price C.'A. CA82

The emancipation.':.Ihe .negro.inakcs it, i but as the right of the State, in all criminal and at the'same time prepare yourself for your duty, returning with the determination Navy Anderson's Solace and Amulet, September-tL" 3..1.-U0LLAtD.,
necessary, 1i. j dgD1ent"to.define,,.in..the I prosecutions, tb'have his testimony, in connection Killickinick Shanghai,and Anderson's Smoking To- ;- ,
before the. return of that will ---
4 what is Upon perform duty
Constitution:.with. you. you your -
as raucttaccuracy as pos with other testimony, to assist to establish i baeco. ';GZO.QBJA..P LI
t sible, what his.civil rights and political plrivileges t the guilt of the accused, and it'ought, peace and the surrender of the enemies of the future n you have m the past, abstain. Cigars of the best brands.. *VVatcIuuaker It 'anil.JTeweller. ; .

J shall be It Is not-to be expected that reciprocally, to be the right of the accused, the country, it should be the duty of every from all those bickerings and jealousies and i Pipe

two races, nearly equal in numbers: and so to have such testimony to establish inno patriot and one who calls himself revengeful feelings which too often spring up I Menchaum HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
unlike as the colored and white races of this I cence. But the question
country.are, can live in peace and ,harmony of negro testimony is merely incidental, to Christian to remember that"witb' the terminn- between'different races. There is a great Brierwood Rosewood,Apple wood, Clay,&'. Also Coiabs a,Bnubisf good asaortnent Perfumery cf ToUetSoi.p Speetaclas.-ttaUonery-both j

t 4 together unless the rights of each are well the main subject, which is-the duty of the of the war his resentments should c cease; that'angry problem before us, and I may a well allude Diamond and Safety Matches. 'es.\1&tar.racln!ing some.d thoea eeletected Broab-Wade

denned by law, and each be made to respect State to protect the negro in the exercise and feelings should subside, and that everyman to it here in this connection; and that is, Liquors Syrup etc., Cups Jt Butcher' feaxors,Razor Straps Shartoff BraaMa and
the of Pockei;:Looking Oisesee, Pocket' the
rights other., The of his ,of
governing pow.d rights. freedom.", .If this should become calm and tranquil,'and I whether this race can incorporated and Brandy emorandumi: Photograps AUwms, ftoldlof iron
er is in the Lands of the, white race, uty.can be adequately.performed, and the b Sherry Wine, twelreto 'ooti boadred pictarra.-:'Yiotht. BaDJG'sal
I colored ra is to be free and the govern rights of the negrofu1iysecured'withouthI ; be prepared for what is before hinv This is mixed'with the people of tie' United States, Port Wine I Guitar Strincf Tape KeasaresfroBi three to OM kn.-

ment is to be administered in such a. manner bemg allowed to make oath before the courts I:another part of your misSl n. You have, .to be made a harmonious and permanent ingredient Holland Whiskey Gin, J died ber Stems feet,Meenehaam Crocket Keedlee PIpee gUrfcr sod Senr ThUrhlre.ttoldetv.'Jtab-k.

as not to infringe upon its freedom. It may of the wrongs and injuries done him. then L been engaged in',the effort .to sustain your In the population. This i is a problem 0 Blackberry Brandy We baTe just reeefTeci abe swtaent or Gold and*n
be difficult to define, with any degree of .accuracy the interest ofthe State to have his testimony Lemon Syrup, Silver Cane Hada.and a lot 'ot" thoM' ine'Howard
j wherein freedom in society and 'un admitted:will be so greatly lessened as to; country in the past,but the future is more not yet settled, but we are in the right Vanilla Syrup Watches,which give such splendid satiafitctlon.
der an organized reduce the i than the period in which line to do so. Slavery raised its head against Raspberry Syrup Strawberry Syrup Pineapple Syrnp.Palntfi Watches.clocks and Jewelry repaired on.abort so-,
government consists; But question to one of comparatively important you I ice and tatiiljretion friaranteed.- Work from f&e. .
4 I think it may be said in general. terms, to much less importance.If you have just been engaged.' 'One great i the government, and the government raised Oils etc. JTJ' ff|ypi..prTJirt f***TtT1 TtTTrrin':ft- 11-
consist, chiefly, in the right to be White Lead, < ; ber the plaee;at the Old Stand of C.nooeaa;
by constitutional ,law, in the- protected, the colored race in this country can be question has been settled i this government, .its strong arm and struck it t the ground.- Chrome Green street. ;_ _., ''Je&V

life, in the acquisition by.,honest enjoyment. industry) of of fully enjoyment and fairly oftheirnewJjr protected in acquired the excercise rights and of arid that i the question of slaver}'., ..The.institution So that part of the problem is settled; the in- Chrome Prussian Yellow Bine, WJJ.ITE'8.JUS"-B ,

' property, in its possession and transmission of slavery made 'war against the stitution of slavery is overthrown. But Red and Black Paints -
freedom then, in *'lInlfli x mi.J':
; my j judgement, they will _. >
Linseed .
to Oil.Benzine
heirs to '
in.right. personal security ,and I r he a quiet and contented Slates and the United States has another remains to be and thatis takes '
locomotion and people unambitious 'Unio 1f. part sh.o Plaster Paris,Whitin;, &f'., &-. TBE undersigned pines qie tt noondasrt*
generally in a right to fan- I'of political privileges of of the Window Shades. public!that be Is prepared to k-Mi.t.
one's any. or any partici strong arm in vindication gov.rnment Can four millions of people, raised they .
prove intcllectual.'moral and religious pation iri the affairs ofthe it a Liquid Blue, those seek tog1 a healthful and pleasant sUaaUon.' *
k condition, and to pursue happiness in government. Protected and of free government; and in lf-, have been with ,all the prejudices of the Petroleum. Our table are furnished with the beat the market of
accoftinff their
:t persons' and property they Water, the country will afford. '
to one's own ideas happiness, not interfe- may be stimulated to be industrious and: ing that arm, and appealing to the whites, can ihey take their places in the community Congress.Seullitz Powders, K He baa eoniiortable hacks ranging far gprmactioa

ing with the exercise of the me'rig1it on economical by a desire to acquire property' battles, it has been decided that .the' Institu: and be made to work harmoniouslyand Citrate Magnesia, with every train between' this, place.. .and' the Railroad
the part others. But freedom, doffl'iiot Extract for making Root Beer,, :.,*., depot, at Welborn. "
necessarily include the idea ,or"'a' : in order to educate themselves and their children [- tion of slavery must go, down. [Chc .] : congruously in our system ? This is a June lo-tf' W.A.TURm. Proprietor.
and their JniyZL
improve UJ
J tion in the affairs of government physical/moral ,and This has been done ; and the.Goddess of Lil-, ; problem to be considered. Arc the digestive .
ThepliviJege intellectual ,
condition ,
', of : They may also, be .
voting Sections. thcr capacty to stimulated to labor by making erty,in bearing witness over many of, our powers of the American Government '
hold office vagrancy an: NEW STORE ON THE BAY.COXEAJTOftEE. .
or to sit
I .. tial rig ts. offreedoni onjnri.e, 'not e2eD- offence punishable by temporary involuntary btteld since the struggle commcnc,1 I sufficient to receive this element in a new R. HAZZARD ,& CO.,

-r conferred or duties enjoined They: are privilege"certain S servitude. Feeling the power of the State has made the lonest' iht and proclaimed LI 1 shape,and digest and make it work healthfully t .
I .upon over them to protect them, when they do "' ; .
persons classes: of persons by the that true liberty ( upon a upon the system that has incorporated "
supreme right and to punish them when do h bn
they ,
power n.8OOd ofthe State and for and on account ofth'pUb wrong, they will soon learn to venerate and more permanent and enduring basis than: it ? This is the question to b determined.Let .- WHOLESALE DEALERS ;. PJLUIX. 4k. : CQ.Next .,.-

persons upon, whom the these persons privileges or classes are con c f respect its authority of the and under and a wise administration L- heretofore. [Applause.] But this not all ; us make the experiment, and make it in f 1eov ftothe Dsgn iesa A .

::f ferred or these duties enjoined,'mar. bo ',increased enforcement ot government the laws, they will a vigorous havea and a you have paid me the compliment to good faith. I that cannot be' done, there is IN STAPLE_ DRY GOODS,p pREID'S IJJE W large HAVE art just;varied recetred stock direct.D.&Y from GOODS wTork.": .j

I limits, without.or Idiminished; within jrSasonable fair chance to work out their destiny, in a call upon)me,_L shall" take the privilege of) another problem before us. I we have to b rnadeCLOTOIHOfif' : the beet qnaflty: sa'w-UIJIIU 1eI4J

impairing rights of freedomaccording condition of freedom, a?God in His wisdom one or two as I am before come a separate and distinct people(although LIQUORS dt!.which we now offer to tU prha .
) 4
.. as that power may :determine.- may have appointed. What their saying word I BLOCK BAY STREET or trading. ,pta>lic. cheap. Dt.u .. '
r Persons maybeJc.without the, to conditionas you., I repeat that all. Now, when I trust that the system can b made to work 'R1mYll'\71UXX-. .
capacity be
J a race may at the end of fifty or a hun Oct.U-U' ," "
hold office, to set on fl Juryv or. .tovote at dred years, I do not think any person is wise the sword i returned to its scabbard, when harmoniously, and the great problem will be .

elections. The 1ng1iahpeople; arc free and enough to predict But we may reasonably your arms a reversed, and,the olive branch settled without going any further)if it shouldbe JACKSONVILLE. FLA. SonfchcrnPine: '
:not one4enlh of the 'L1
yet ,adult
I .pop.uta. hope and believe that, they will progress and of extended, I before, that the'two "races' cannot -and]
don are enliUed,by,L-xw to rote at Electionsor in peace i n remarke s agree ;
improve intelligence and civilization and -TT HZ Snbecr ben:eoUdt C 1jma tIth
to sit pur wn State:foreign. become, not many years hence. the best free l peace prosperity, CfProvidence I 'IxiAbeT.c kthiaw
era are not entitled to'vote.or..to sit on juries 'agricultural peasantry. for.our. soil and climate Then what is to follow ? You do understand : require that they should be .. and wftfcb fljy win salt Bfloat wt'ftoift'''rs decere "-..
until liave\been' sep- .i.,1 "4 they tow the larges nr free they women-'and- naturalized, yet they..,. that the world has ever seen. 'But if, on no doubt, and i you do not,you cannot ted; in that evcntlooking t the fu GROCERIES, and oaeqttaled. facUJaesfcr th*sale of tobsev-:'
are children' are'not ent II the other hand, this protection this ," 'WILLSON.'W.tLDON8 *
tied to ,vote. .hold., ; equality understand too soon,'that simple .liberty, ture and'trusting that it if : \' >,'> j ,", ;, Corner COL.
or office or sit on a of justice, if not fully accorded to them, they may never come ; .' .., .. lit. Manna Jk 39th Street A WaD Street
jury;yet theyare free.- does not mean the going i into the it should come Providence : : :} ""1In '..
will be that
The of the deprived of the ordinary motives i to privieg I works mysteriously SIl0EH, '. .,;: ,',; '. '.j ';, .azmaa.
subject before elective' franchise will industry and economy. Industry will be battle-field, or into sric"bit the country but unerringly)' and certainly, will L : ;: ':, ; i1 -. Broadway' BaokTT wTork.": -..Clark.Bomasf' 'Co
necessarily come, ,you. for .considera to them Keehurte**farmer '>
no more profitable than idleness.- ,Abeay7 K;T.HarUaen .
tion and review.. The as a soldier. It means other n' ; point out the way, and the mode, and the .''11 :' -
pre&en&-consutution Discontent will thing' wel .
prevail and in
i the end the : t. : IjuaWr
confers this privilege, .upon all -'male.white 1 peace society be disturbed and the welfare and now, when you have manner'by which these people are to be'sep-p-,J ''HATS, t'-.. ..' > '. a -
persons of. the age, of twenty-one, ,years and of,the State seriously affected.I arms, there are other objects of equal importance : art and to b taken to their lands of inheritance '. "' f: -.- Ji -. i. : >j Ofs'myk1rmlsby.*-WILL80NVATBOXS.-. .,
upwards States and, who who are haveresided citizens of the United recommend, that the Convention shall, J>for you.. Now that the, government and promise; for such a one be FLOUR, > 1st Areane'J'Jt39 Sc*-*4 Wa3 at'Kew TorkOct.li.ljD
in the.State i :
one' &P1.oo.y
year and in theconnty:'months, and on the by some Constitution suitable provision to be inserted in has triumphatiy. passed through'this fore them. Hence w e are making the experi '.,:*. ", '- ;*v,>. ;- "i...."

no others.) Colored persons, are excluded with the white, protect the colored In common rebellion, after the most batte the ment Hence let me impress upon you the ''
from Whether race in their,liberty and ggtc' .':N4! .;. ROPE, :
voting. you will add to or In their of world ever,saw the you, importance of controlling :. ."
rights r developing &c.zIIrkw
diminish the number ofvoters by changing person and property and ? .your ,passions, : :'. d wi ..,.__ U. .
the Qualifications is a question for i to guard the two races against.disciimi Is': and it i 1ttht'you should understand I it; your intellect, and applying your I :;,1 i4 : SALE" : OF!RIAL( CSTATE.- .

consider and decide.; In.that decision you, the to lature!made in between them by the courts or Legis and, ,speaksimply4 p1 IY.-1 physical powers'to the industrial interests of ,\ "' COTTON BAGGING I, smdenicned ... -. .- ..; ..

people.of this for State* Are dnsbualffied n .Interested,but arid not leave any matter the subject touching'to the these'rigEt:uncertain L 3, Will you now;when' gdu have'.returned( 'fom 1 the! country; and that i the true process b). j Imc? '.'.'. -haTinj'NThderthsItWE. .-' .*'
notjolely- -
J .to vote.for and varylng.actlirn of the the army of the United 8tntetand -take'me which this question can be Be i ;
members of the,_General Assembly) : of,the Legislatura I st ed pa WINES LIQUORS *e. .
think a clause may be so drawn of the citizen you'have tient J "Iohsr.3.g? ZltatI aal ..Xm1pat1aa C..'
State.5rIHralso; e, qualified, under the Con this as to accomplish piton ; -"he r persevering: .and f9 bcrg;,nml you % j < .. .
on'o't the' United object and at the ,same, ,time exclude the associations, of 'will '* 'i : Forthepvr: .oi nlliaf :
fllit.u States, to vote for the colored uc peace, you will help to solve the problem. Make for N .
ptople fronvanypartlcipation Cab or Goods paid for "Cotton't at the market
Presidential House'of Representatives.electors and, members of,the j hi the affairs of the.Government,I. re/ give evidence to the world that you'are capable yourlvC a reputation! in'this cause, as! you prices. '. .Real Estate adItthgyaU ,

States are therefore Interested People,:though of other in a commend, also, the passage:of ordinance and competent to govern 'yourselves ?- won for yourselves a.reputation in the ,M .tB. oia.iIPeesfha & i'sthwho'myders .Jf"

much less degree; in the decision. you may declaring that no person, shall be ,incompe That is what you wi have to do. Liberty cause in which you bave'bn engaged( In to-lId1'11Ja kJDd-ot ptjandJIj to Pr. IaU- '
tent as a witness uareftq..u.J (
on account of his color I in T.HAZZARD CO.
make. ; is not a mere ; a vagary. is an to the members of this ttirdeecriadeasoriandK. : "
speaking I' '
any matter, civil or Criminal, wherein the Ide mcr I regiment # Tboeewhowiahtoporchaaewiadowento fire. ..
Shall the elective franchise be conferred State,or the life,liberty or rights M of person idea or it is a reality; and ,when ou'come I to[ want them to understand that far I a call is we kate sereral
upon the colored zace; ,and if so, upon what or property of examine this of a September 9-tf Arms
colored will Cotton
any person ,is concern question liberty, you : am concerned, Uo not or .pretend and"
terms and qualifications? I am not advised ed. .UUle. Large bodies of
that the. President''has..expressed\ his viewsor ,1 not be mistaken in a mere idea for the real- that I nntronge"'ti" .the' .laws; of I Turpentine and Timberea Lsnda

,wishes on this, subject, and; I Irnbw o recommend ordinance, that the convention shall 1 ty. I does notconsist, in idleness. Liberty: nature, or am wisr than Providence .FURNITUREA FOR SALE.' '. In 0e0rI and J1orti, iths beI .'t-apoa
more ofthe views or wishes ofthe members pass declaring that the ordinance the River 8$.Johns:SVt Kay/and SetUla.iuSta
of does not consist in
being Liberty itself: is
called the worhle. our'duty' to : to
ordinance of secession I try our dispoaaL
than is
generalltknown. I nnd'diSover
Congress think, h wever, that;if the Convention cannot shall sed by a convention of.the people ,on the does not consist in doing .a ,things as we what those great laws are' I LARGE ,AND EXTENSIVE ,-STOCK, 3.aLxa'C.:P..:3ONL. ; } -

abolish slavery and provide proper."guarantees .10th day January. 1861, warand is 'null please, and there can b no liberty without foundation of all and, having.discovered -I OH" FURNITTJR3SS, B.T.KOT1X
$ .. : and void and thing
D an additional;
I oct
; ordinance U-ct IU
for the protection and aecnntr'; of the e ai a- Jaw. I a government of freedom and of what they, actions' JacJEsoaTiQe,
hulling or raUfying'sucl: .other ordinances and JUST RECEIVED 'ON CONSIGNMENT
and our -
persons propertySpf the freedmen/'the acts ot the and liberty there must must be our conduct to them 'and 'of ii j I
I Congress will refuse to admit{ our. senators as the interests of the judicial State proceedIngs obedience and" b'law'ard'there *, ] who ruleth ,all ; to'tle'wi Go AT'WELLS'. AUCnOX.AND: O m ',STOKE, ;T IME. i LIME; LIME,;_ LIMB

and Jtepresenlaliverttfttelr_"seats, because quire.The. may r e- I .ith- thIngs: 'the detl-1.) castamsa, or A rcti.. .YAII n. uTaWe. '.,Tc &11 n qnaAi es to salt pvrchaseis.br; .
-.. .' ute ireeamen a.re-UUb allowed to vote at the out regard to col r. [Ch'e.] Liberty (and nJes of nations in the palm of His hand; and I -' and Ohatr H. T. MOT.Fernando .
State and other 1 When the; question : intelligence of the Convention .will not' ; ]I! .,of douWa. a*d alocto: : lyI l you my countrymen).consists He will solve the question and rescue' j erery iQfle, Koamelftd Chamber garnU : '' _' ''' s
not :
of their admission shall to realize the'great : 'the tare,
arise I think changes which I Looking Glasses one hundred doahl and atagte'
the main inquiry will be, not 'are_the".freedmen -. .have been wrought in the social fabric of the gloriou. *privilege: worlq ',of pursuing people from the*- i elliflculties-that- *. havcso long I J I Mattresses Lounge beds,washtaadst*e.;M' allowed to vote, but are they State, and to appreciate the. importance, the ordinary' avocations. of peace'with surrounded them. Then let* .rfk My orders are to clot the above MmaJgnaMBt iau& .
guaranteed, of ti -- "" s .-c \ **3 ,<, us b patient; dlately,either at Prirate, or,Public safe Th pohUo i O-.ITsjLLYbabm'Ua Ladie*of.shewaittr .
in the Constitution protection and security making such'amendments the Constitution, td8c.iJ economy; and that 'being >iindustribus arid'persevering. Let are respecUully Invited to call and IInmh1e the stock, [ *;lessourofcPXAKO.saaJrrAB.eilMrresideaeeoal'orsythstreet-.* '
for their persons and their,proPertYIt does if any be neceaaary;as,will,permit the estab \ have been. tlndustrious us_develop and secure a great bargain ; *...-.
r not appear.to,that< the public,OOd of lishment a strong'police'maglstracy'by the a\4o : any 1 intellectual, and moral. worth. I tr Iwhat WELLS'.Auction and Ooxamissioa:Store, WashUfton aad Adams,boose tonnerty oompiedbj,"
and Septembers. -- .
I :r this State or of the nation at large would be .legislature, and secure the enforcement of the e are permitted t aproprinte.andJi1iop1cidct8 I have :wild may( be ,undcretoo4 anilappreciated. i: ,Ur.N.C.Den.tL- !LadtosfwSlb tastrneted with great, caretefaanaoer,.

L promoted by conferring at the.present time criminal' laws Upland.! .-,:., or.the own Iabor;*. ".Goto' your homes''arid lead- ,FOR filA".'R> < -1 CanwelUo i.',l'T1ae stricternujBUtton 5te' .,
J :. upon the freedmen the ;.elective franchise I herewith'transmit,'fpr,the f Informbtiori of [Cheers.] This i one of.the great blessings peaceful, I n n' fl O fl Aera Lsn tn-traetr froafone ixm; children ( UrlT. that they acquire M bad'kaktt"recelre .;
tr prosperous iimidhapy lives in &o rncial, bat ti'Sthzoagkth taXaev
t Neither the white peace IUUUUy dr d to ten thonsawl j ap iastractka
people nor the, colored ,the Convention made of freedom. and : acres embractnj; -
a bdthe
report by the Treasurer ; hence'jwe I g.skhe9nestlon with' all meD'. .bazcn2o cirel.,U4 *RIM
Give utterance' r somb of the inost '
people are prepared for so radical to .no .word TainableplanUUons'in'MHdlelToii'
a--change showing the condition of the. I PIANO uitberwDvVlAboek. '1n.- .w. _-
in their:social relations. Nor. have X 'any &nd&Scliool Seminary tod'Internal Treasury'Improvementunds ,.and.answer I by stating,that I liberr thatwould'cause; dissentlons" ;: but do that i da old on with many tb-.of m them there the stock, crops,te to-i the a'tmutP. 1 theUdies erpeciaaythoeewbOMd*;:.

I reason to believe that considerable number ,. 1 ty means freedom to work and enjoy the products -4 which, will.be.creditable to yourselves and to I and turpentine;lands.. arealao, fine- "-bodies- .el" ".ti1p.' stand mute]tor she feels'asrared that they wfll=o. ,.. &;

\ of the freedmen desire to posseaa..thIaprivilege. It will of your: own labor.: : UjWPI soon be ypur country. >To the officers who have led :. Valuable bndnest and residence., Iota'' .la.this. .-.1"ra' '0 Oet.. 2L appreciate. ftIJRw her.method of etIOOV". ,
give '
me pleasure Improved 'f
to and
What desire co-operate with and untoprored. -I
they and what BO nobly :commarided '
they 'in the '
t the Convention mustered out t>f the It is' for to 'you .fid .. '
,. have a right, in my judgment, to require is any measures it-may see nb you Ittlso, return'my.thanks forUUl ohmhimvntf ? 'I .' JackwnTiHa -' MCCOB3UCL AEt.. IRVAOOUiD.-.TOVJG'8 QSXAT o'LOGICAL
,FU.,Sept.StWmA. .. '
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c that they shall.be' guaranteed: protection ;in to adopt for the promotion:of the prosperi establish the great tht you are. J arid T--- yy. > ryou.havocOnfeUed --- ; .' 4 PI WORK of everyone. his.ox.DQt
and welfare of upon me: -:Betoif e,Prrrate( cWrr- liarrle* Person jT .
p : the State.
.. the enjoyment,ot alltbc4bia'; w lchpi May God qualified to be free. Henc 1reedomIa .Is, ., not !(The troops'then': returned Campbell:: LAND 'AGEJlC : ; thosgCt IiIInI7.JIIaIb..1 ta-,-
Almighty in :
perlybeIongItbcIrcondItIon .as freemen, the iwhosejiands are mere idea, but something." exists in Hospital, wheiftheypartook! of the abundant thing eCTaoerubsT the pkyatetoty.ad.- .ot.411_
this destinies of all nations of the earth ,and I tht' : Sexual Systesw sad the Prodwrtfaajoe Prerentkaet
.and,that protection shall not hospitalities of their H, rMoMI.
be'depen :colored :
: fellow-citizens.
fact Freedom ;
:.without whose not o Mftr"
simply ,1seldb
dent the uncertain 1 blessing all your workwItl be privilege to I p4nf (1D tM5SVdtIYs
upon varyingarid .
action LSITAPflOAr A GENT FOR THE SAL PuScHASE given 1arzu1Is.Jbvar1szs.p ,
in vain, enlighten your nndrotAndJtogv' live in idleness/liberty hoi .
of the legislature, uls \ so simply
protection, and hot me Tlo FKOM THE Gov. :t. of Lands D.' ns.ta "_r =
political privileges, that they need and de you may see, and incline your..wills so |1 to resort to thfe low:lalcons*- / places OF WEST Vm INI .'Governor Bore nanor ,Address'parent In'FloridavVV": It to written la plain Jac tor'the. a ;
that you may do,whatever will'advence His other, West : Jacksonvilloi Fla.: M and la IQustrated with apwutbioftoaiuadred ngt *
and disreputable liberty Virginia, has issued an important August Tln ;iAH yoan married sois-r tioeeeonteeipla*
: glory promote peace the, happiness chtr pro 8mp ,::1:1DI880L'lITlOS )
them this ,without their : < damnatIon In'rerer '
protection partidpation nce to the efforts of Oacmarrlac aad h&Tin the least tmpedtmeatte'
in the business of the Government.. and the welfare of all the people of our beloved (do:not.mean ,,,people ought to, .disposed and seditious in the "evil I ,OF o.l.4BTI&88I11P. married WB.ihooU XIi toifr book. .ItdiSM-,
; If they have the.same protection for their State. WILLLUMARyIN live in IIcentIo / i api sim; Jefferson" .incite person county THE firm of'...cUoN'w VTABROCXj waj dbsMrM ants that evem'OM d1c Waouuamied wn**.,.. ,'
Provisional mot,1b -' to thopeoplethere to resistance J on the 80th September by ruioiaai ooaseat;.Mr WiB.Jackson I1Ia&book that mud bi 1sa4pM s'11e'$
% :.' rightsatfc; $ ,the.white man 'has theyTwill ._ ply to b In< itOlwj0r|: ; upus, to be ,of; the)laws of West Virginia,.by. ,withdrawing froaath*firm; Th s IwttiMa the..v'.J&.1iB1 be_tlOuttM..*>
-, 4 have no ground" complain. _* -.. ,upright Inwithinen afl.otfr'dealings"and'' holding elections'of delegates to'the General I will be conducted hereafter by the nndersigMd,,J I'1tt7CeDta. Udru ..1)r.. 1I1L.I1O 1!!' '
; Gr *Xh&ngesJ1aYe. .been .effected in bet Gen. Hardee M,111&the Vi-iAl-'r" i rv. f.; -. .AssemblyofVlrglnla thankful thepast patronage bestowed.poo the*n, V. Spruce Street abaft Tcuxthi'. .
the In
was recipient ;claiming that '
; to hopes still '
to merit '
county *continuance of -
and th* 'ember$O.&LL
I: sentlmenU lopInlaB*.ofmen, ortli and otherday,of ft,handsome compliment in ./ ; wth"< .eowbeforenememhers c' .: -. e. ,;; be In Statc'jofYirginia.; : iB., The, .Governor, .. Oet.'T,18. e : : WABBOCZ, I I r 'l" .:. .' f" _o._ -... __ __
I Sooth;to regard to the Institution.of shivery, the shape of a dinner,tendered him by, *everal oftho'flrat rhtntot..colored, ivoiunteers orders the arrest of all parties offending,.and 'I" .. 11Ti,- t r. ..). 1 UC" '. AWAY t'lfh..wiI ...-; v
daring the-last four years. The Congress, ofthe United States army'officers on'du-' from the ,. .; $And the calls upon the United States'military author! I BLRZBTtut1onan7Iciitgain&t'buythnE" > ;a. JD8.ii.\H'iKW'r'ttt4 1-

,. J at its last session, by a Joint resolution of ty 'at that post. Capital of the United States, I have.to ties to aid the civil authorities prevent I dIng 0..U7 prepIrQ' IDbe psesatoncfaj. S. OLD or JW efasCyshet 1DiIdIIct.liar
say 1 erreU or any of hll *nUy M.
such election. e.1pt of tea OQtI. Addrm&B.jTOOTZ
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