Florida union

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Florida union
Uniform Title:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Weekly union
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Creation Date:
November 18, 1865
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.


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


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

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A bnstERcIL&x'r '- uur..wojvi F H.. .is to select iill servceab1! anhiials & d&1d ._
rmvKG. i An ordinance io submit the StateV liabili .th1ur11tllet.wrG.DiitrIct1,1orththth; % .
*EL" or"dov. mAiHrnijr TO THE TLO S '\ 4p
4 r ties to pay,the State Treasury Notes :-to the S ONUTJON1-- S _BYPB9VISIQKAI tlbg patrolling parties and the p&nybf \

W7IOLrSJLK AYD iSTtt DEALERS .; 'tcnh'i1; ; " vote of the electors- of the State of A Tew minutes;before-.the Adjournment o W1LLTAWAB1JJ. (; m .Ia1n ITille.rt1tIan \

GNEflALL1iliDISE.koberS goodlBanetupoa.hlaitabl- *', Uiaa'when'nirwifeiijifbt. ": the session of the -Convention, .Committee, 5- : -
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Jr *ufl1e1' Florida.,'' .! read a second time, and the following on motion of Col Maxwell ..was"appointed G07EBlfOBOr: ,THZ STATE -- ---5- S L
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( offered byMr. Niblack: S to wait on the Governor'and invite him to 9.PLOB1PA. -. ; '.1 3 NOXd t WaI1 f"

,.,t rD.A. k.0.CAOTLJEFFRS IAYJflBL -. jl.don'ttgreetpaH'i.jj,;;.. i S Ik4-it ordained by thejxople the. State
;; ) ."["The' splemn dogmAs of the rongb. old ta$ r.* ;5 Florida in Contention assembled, That all he spoke,substantially?U follows; thtSStii.te', did, at itsiate'sessionh ld at Tel for emigrants to.come anwptk th zImmigraiiori.associaion4 \

V"7 J111111 pvewbtpneujy 'j SttterreasnryNotcs.issued: and all oilier I thank'you, jjeritlenien, ipr this act..of lahasseer; passed*afl ordinance Teq St1ni1 in aimeey ,
Tht ralnor morals of the1'JtthnsoiMrap. 1iabihjtje contra ted by the State of Florida, courtesy, but being1 called upon, altogether authorizing me:to :issue.writs election and southern state seek to draw to their localitietrU '
Merciiaiit I i-- ion or after* the 10th day.of January, A. ,D. unexpectedly, to address"you, mv. remarks make proclamation thereof r f, / Ana.i -
Commission .rights Although'iibine men adore :1801, to the 25th day.of October, A. D.18G5, cannot be other than desultory: I congratUr Now, thereforen5pumwpf.saidpdinimee 1inL w as thi tie cofry we- 5 \

'"Wisdom in woman,and with learning cram her,, except such liabilities may be due to the late you on the termination of your labors I'do hereby order.and proclaim,'tfiatan tirely.empty oClaborers, Butthe -

JACKSONVILLE FLA.JDIBBIJ&. '> ----- : i -Of his own grab tiian of his ;l' >se'igramrnar. liabilities as are provided for by this Constitution entire approbation provisional Governor. ' U e. gevenll, counties oLthis State, oOabbf asfara practicablciby the/nativp- '.. .
FB4NKLI1c be and are declared void, and the--As a citizen of the State,'I approve of nearly on the 29th, day of November,,, insW bra Virginia element t There art-thousands*'of v -

c, General;Assembly shall have no power to all that you have done. Speaking, however Gtvernor, aXieutcnani Governor, ,a" Secretary iIcti'c: cnergc i ypup.gJlkno-w g ged & --
provide for the payment of the same or merely other citizen, I confess that of State 'a !- borjpr 5 5 5
Commission Merchant put who among them, (except perhapr.toytelt] JL any" any ,a'State Treasurer, Xtoiiip'tfoler -.5 -
1 part thereof. some of your action I 'could have preferred Public Accounts an General ioeof -
Returning hungry home,but asks hia'trife pf Ajttorney ,
Jacksonville Pla. '": Hvhat beef :.not books_.sLe.'has the shelf,?, 5., Tlie substitute was adopted-yeas, 32,nays to have been different. But, as ''ProvisionalGovernor Circuit Judge arnica ohidtorforach Judicial :th6se'persons'owning lar s.&nea and --ddk-" -
V ". "- '- -1% --**-* lam entirely .sfttixfied with what Circuit, a Judge Probate, a Sheriff, mmed to crt.tJieni.TOint smalL ones, for' '

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mhje oil cousigumeut to C. B. Dibble,K ewYk .-':". rrv* > i .t_ -- i her! txwsi; xJlencythe; provisional Governor, to exert that, m my"official capacity, I asked you toMo. / sessor and Collector,County l.ijffimssionera; _,
fering-mate ; himself to have removed from the ..jnteri- I nskedlrolhing but what'wasright..- Coroners,Justices,of the Peace-ahd County t -
; : "teJdudjoftoagnei thalmban
AUCTIONEER AXD GENERAL i#_ ; $t--i modern;"! boiled: ,' and A' serrpd jis'V7 npon a.pUtc... ,', the olored4rodps of the United States, and Your action in regard to negro testimony, receives of the. General Assemblyi and s9IftQtth ;'er : -
Merchant cot other purposes- my especial commend tion. You have one Representative hi the Congress the of th ou laleri as-rnI 'tof
Commission :s
f ', Oilfas aii %: JYas.rtad.tlieJUiird time and put upon its met the issue fairly and fully, arid have done United States;and that the.said ejection shall h1Yjfl3 d
BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE'PLA., jsome home maio verse thd happy natron ehowshim pafcfli;c, was"adopted'unanimously. all that could have been desired The Con be held and the returns made in all .respects fchown'themselveifun of epergy' end indratry.

: What morta pous*bat from bar.dainty:band '< ., '"-5tprCLOCK'P.M.' ventions of oUter States have evaded it, by in accordance with existing laws. They are, nijia8tequal.m; these itspects -'. S -

OOKSIGNMEKTS SOLICITED. ''VToold sopuer ee A pudding than a poem ?_, S Tlie'Conyeriftoh resumed transferring it to their Legislatures. I hope By an ordinance passed at the late constitutional to an roreigriers.we arft likely to .Ini.j
inH wircluuse for parties i the country all 'articles : its session-agubrnm" they will be successful and prosperous, but Convention,it provided ibatrV. port. iynotgilvethem aft equal' chance -
rili, ai the lovrnt market --j ) i; present '
they price.JSrkPOUe feel that the action Florida so in The this State'shallbe.'entitled itb.theforeigneiK We o'iiotaakforthem' :;
Yin. Oct. 2-y Young 1&y deepln loTrfthTom- or 1trry ThB rule being waived Mr. fully accordance several counties
t Long moved tore with the wishes of the President lietter chance. jAll we flaimiis,-an equal"
- .T $aidlo t yoi snth taleu this' -- 4eL : to the .fbllowhis _ifespectatives,
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-# T. E. IWCIi3IAX..TAc1ONILL But here'&the toxa1 of ] arr the Qns motion of this afternoon on will place her in a better position than their's. viz r Escambia three,-Santa Rosa' two, TVal-- :'chance:?* 1"? ,, ? iv ,. :J .

'Or,raarryingv late yonrJover- -he is- vote uponrthepdssage.Wiggins of an to ordinance reconsider the the With snch a"Constitution as you have adopted ton two, Holmes one, Washington'one, Calhoun We hopet e armers and planters ,ou Virginia
Judicial on there can be no reason to" doubt the admission one,-Franklui one,'Jackson four, Gads- and other southern te trin lake nee* #:- -
COMMISSION DEALER Department; of your'Representative and Senators den three, Leon four, Wakulla .one.-Libexty to this advice.; Ig.- i1l be same lithe- ..before1'theycan -,-
A very nanpwit b tomeOilhg bf the brute, Which was agreed to.
i\ Unless hi The rule into the Congress of the U. 8.. one, Jeffersori three Madison 'twoHariuItbn! get emigrants,- ;fco inyco a1da -.5 .. !
( a waived
prore ecntimenulncddy,) being Mr. Richard introduced
LtW. TIMBER, CEDAR, MILL LOGS, wIts 'resolution I congratulate myself on my success in two, Lafayette'orieiThylor; on Snwannee be number ,intqtheirsta Mntie4t -S
pMiTons etrbng, and'appetite to boot- in relation to the office of
PHIXOLES LATHS, *C., Register"ofinblic bringing together so large a body. Delegates one Columbia two,Baker dneBradford one, ;the men'vrho h'ave bramna skin wUl, -
A. Lands
ALSO IN thirsty toal Jrithla a'tnngry bodyl Whichiwffs ; are here from every county in the Alachua two, Nassau- one,Duval two,,Clay- hands equitable terras "with those "whobaye.onry -
read and
Mill Machinery. # on motion, rule was State, except Duval. For this we are indebted one, Stl Johns one, Putnam one, Saw A .man-not on.of nature' clouds .waived, and jead- t second tune its title "
very by Jt4
much to the assistance of the without
very officer, Sumter one: ', Orange'onei Yolusia' one, -Bre-] delay.h t T -
Jadaoinrflle, na.t
Oct.2>>-3ni C WIth'hnnJah'fcelinj'S, whether saint sInner and r lered to be engrossed for a third read- Iff 5
or ,
otJorta .Calua .
; mbrrowV (Major Gen. Foster,) who commands thei vardoneLcyyon.; ; ; !HerharidO! oncHills? Keiiiieth'Raynori, ,
Endoire ,'perhaps,1 with genius from the god, mff svrbte'lhBothertfayihststhe
CALDWELL MORRIS. District. He has fully co-operatdd with me borough, peop1ewlawerIormerlr.hls
But apt to take hb temper from hU dinner.we&sisuej. fit"*nil ordinance on Education. in all inv efforts. I shall rely oh his further Dade one. and Polk one. ..** s.... alare a&now nvui ..
SUCCESSORS TO BREWER & CAIDWELL, Was read,a second time, rule waived, read assistance in bringing about" full Teprcsen- There 'shall' 'be twenty''nine'- $5ni f6rt in idleness fastXr ,' .! -

COTT05 FACTORS AXD GENERAL COMMISSIOX a1 third motion time, and"passed unanimously.On tation of the State in the Lc"Lslative.Ascmbly DLsfrids iri- this StateV-wWctfslfcn fras"fdllowsj .RaVribJisn ecfur, osemto nrnl .- -
the Convention
adjourned to meet onthe CdMondiin Dcethbr.I The county of E3camb'iashalia: <55nvi -
MERCHANTS, to-morrow morning, 9 o'clock.
have remark omakebfor bii-
a single pose the firstdiArict;* the.vcounty.joi$anta.
20 Old Slip, few Torlt.f' SYNOPSIS OF THH PROCEEDINGS TWELFTH DAY. eluding, in relation to our domestic affahI .-: Rosa? shall composethe* second cUstrfpVthe. ic4 w4pcoct4cd Ito spit n1L S d1 5'S

I. I. tiLDLL. B. C. UOKBXS, T STH DAT. TUESDAY, November 7th, 18Co. lee! very great anxiety on the subject of the county Walton shall"rpmp6setufe"third' .
; preservation of peace jand good order at.the district tbe> -cbuntieft oP-WashhigtorF ra ni FIlolmes
SATURDAY November 4th 18G5 Convention met. Rev. S. Wood- ;
6mCHA Prayer by r:
Lnit& Christmas 1 hiaiiOpjOrtUnity
burv. approaching holidays. shall com pose the fourth dStnctjIifae"cOnnty S
The ordinance to submit.the State's liability offered,, conversed freely KviCh1 .of'raiklin.shalLcdmposej1iJfth bit t1z5 wh1tMallt: fl' '- -
A. FAIRCflILD to pay the State Treasury Rotes'to a direct llr.Hogue moved that the Constitution ,J tbi
when enrolled shall be the President the most intelligent colored people;and eten districttlife" coufaty"of TCSlEo'uri'sLa l compose 9'WoUd L&pUe otrjto
Tote the'peopleVas passed-i-yeas 28, signed by with-others of them less to-ojpeiaiion?.You14not
DEALE11TN 4. so.. iThough- am the ixtlrtii&rict; the county -of"-Jack" ,
and such members of
ISZBAL MERCHANDISE, DRY GOODS;- nays 8LOCDIXASCES- the Convention Secretary choose, by an old citizen of the State, aricthave,been the son shall compo. iliesevtnthdistricZ;'the 4owehl| ii; instebTjdl loringthe. 54iehhasme
it that
to it
PASSED.-To repeal certain as sign owner of slaves all life coming here tfponlusTrtate1 ''he r't% ,- -
.. my yet county of Gad dtn shall compose-the eighth ,
:T be
GBOCZRIES rAzrc., printed and published of the
ordinances atid.actsj an.ordinances on schedule as a part Appendix from the North, and -with "an appointment district; the county of Liberty4suaircompose say to*he bbickvhnth-he sajty bciais*"r -
Bay Strret, Ja&tvnvffltrFla. arid ordinances ; nn ordinance on Taxation to the journal, and that five hundred from the President, they, speak, more .freply the ninth-district;:th county bf Lepri shall from,childhood: "Comer a idrwoik under Ely r** '
and entire thereof be '
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO .' *n .. \an ordinance (m:Boundary;;ordinance Secretary fears and misgivings as to their treatment Wakulla.shall compose the eleventh district; wilPsecure! to all of us" Share or the, -
September : -Y; : < :>_ < ttB. on'Preamble and Bill of ordinance :the use of the State-agreed to.Mr. ]let'ns cb fair/-and 5
Rights ; an hereafter by their former owners. They fear the county"of Jefferson Shall the joinf.prodnct: j bpieratef on
: ( .compose
Walker introduced the '
B. ADK1-N, to provide for pay and mileage of lution. following reso that they will love them less, feel, less.-inter-v twelfth district; the county''of'Madison,;shall eqhal terms and help ourselves and our comTrioriity -'- -

.LiL: members and'expenses ot the Convention.i cst in them, and treat them.less kindly.,than .composethe thirteenth'district; th'e wirinty i of .by .oiir, industryNot?->onJj ilfr vv, S
ATTORNEY AXD COUSELWUATLLW. i RESOLTrnoxa adopted nnanirnonslv Be it resohcd by the People of the State of formerly. This is very natural. Theythenin Hamilton shall mpethe"fdurtctnthdis- Raynpr;'but every'other planter might.sensv, r,

JACKS03TVTLEFLA. T resolution preference to Hpn.: g.r R. ilal- Florida in Contention, assembled, That the selves formerly looked down-with contempt Jrict; the-counties, of Lafayette an&Taylor lily aay this to his fomerilaves? Of poinrse, Y *

lory and others of Floricb-j a resolution Jnreference'to policy Andrew Johnson; President of the upon free negroes, as beneath :them; -and- shall compose the fifteenth distiFct:jthe cpunty"of the experiment could:jictfucoced unle88itherf .
OJ-lle9's Block, over Propott Marshal*, of United States, has been marked by a degree ? bl
JefferspnTJavis, Mississippi,; finding-themselves now/ra negro6 t they fear Cplnmbia shallcompose'/ the sixteenth! cks.trutehthhityn&justltiiLitr
Sepi2 tf The rulea Waived -Mr.F-Davidson-' of liberality and magnanimity towards Florida the jv'fiitcs. A beheiwbite black
: beirig there will be want of kindliness- and.rps- district; the county bf Sawfannee'shall1'com- man or ,
troduced the,following ordinance:: > that entitles him to the confidence and pect shown them by their former owners} jl posQ.theT seventeenth district thej counties,of ,wilt not w rkv U1flxeI4'iiof sure! ot* ta T

FRANCIS I. WHEATON, An ordinance-t in .reference, tocontracts; gratitude of this State. recommend that they be treated justly and Baker and Bradferd shall compose, thecigh- :wages; btit nrsncb dases a tnai'df*'!S Say&1nb
2! Revolted That in the administration
ACTDTO jnxjt or TBOBATFo! vwa. COTTHTT. made during.the Idle,war; further, kindly. :*f : teentU district'the cxJnntv. of Alachua shalf ,, cannot tUfficulty-.irrtbe wayv> I
remned the practice: ,Law"". Office comer of Which'was r adand'bninoton read the William MarvhvProvisional Govl Nearly all of them, at the end of the year -compose the'nineteenth! dIstHct-f the 'county'.of except a dis clinatipnpnmermistersf tlefor '
HIS and Market ree. Also, Agent:for the : second time by its title, and-referred"-to* the l ernor Florida, we recognize only an earn will want to leave their told homes'. ,Their Nassau: shall composc'-the twentieth "dis"trictj > to attempt ne -1- -
and sale of Eeal Mate.Octoberll est desire to advance the best interests of the
purch& ., '
tf ; Committee Judiciary. > <. feeling is that they will'-not' be' free 'unless Uuvcouutiee ot DuvfiJL f and?Clay ;shafl
The rule bingwvedMMaxwcIUntr State, and for,his able and patriotic services they go off from where they now are. 'Iras'of compose the twenty first disfrict.; tie. orn'; We believe this inclination isrnot'
"** "* we tender him our gincercst acknowledgements
I. r. coora. B. smu duced the'following ordinance': no use to reason with, them. My] advice ties-of St Johns und Putharn shall compose M : -

An'onlmance for the relief and protection : .. is to give them full liberty to go,where they the twenty-second district;!thd county"of Ala anlaitagetohemselves o1/ such workmea a -
COOPER *;BlflBEE, certain.'persons: therein 'named ;'. Which were adopted. please. And I will state that the officer lion shall compose thcjweniy-third district; they fiavtr themselves tr&ie
ATTORNEYS AT lfAW, L Vhich pp.mplipn.Tvas read the firsttbne; An. in relation to State Liabilities in charge of the Freedmen's Bureau is, now, the county o( Sjjmter,jshajlcompos the inthe Soritbr who-Svill knotr howi Inr strict M ". -

3Acis ciiA YL. r the rule being waivedread a second time by Avas passed unanimously.' with my assistance, and guided very much t twenty fourth district; the counties of Orange ju Ucetandvbxiincuiesaaajid liberaiitj; Jtof 4
.-- .J., itstitle and referred to the Committee'bri the. t An ordinance to provide tor the appoint.ment circular bind to themselves WhO wnU
: by my suggestions, preparing a on i and-Yolusia shall compose'tthe.. twenty1 fifth the.freedmen} ) ;:' ; -
Jp&iciaryv -' *. by the Governor and Senate, of a this subject. They,will be given from Christ I district; Uiecoun1ofLCyy.and4 Hernatodosliall know h'ossprofitably "to bpperate."with.. !
: c&a.4R {.{fJr..Spencerpffered a'resolution thn.t.iiie: Chief Justice and two Associate Justices ofthe mas until the 15th of January roam where compose- the--tw cnty-sixth, district;the them; how to bring brain-and hand to thq.same.vork 5

"" 2.DoGGI:14.y.; onvoi n jpurned t/w dieon. .Tuesday, Supreme Court, was passed-yeas 34, they-please, and do.what they-please, provided counties Ilillsborough arid Manalee shall ,and tv united effort increaae the' ,
-t 'j V *<_ ,-fijj;' 'the TUi'instant -laid/on Uie table.AtJjourhea 'nays. they do not violate the laws. By that "compose' the' twenty-seventh: district;" the power of each.. Touch men t ft South-Trill
A1-rOR2g4TLkw. ALSO KOTAR rc1l.cs.: 16 M6n"dayTnoTnmgt; )}tf clock.t.'J A substitute for ordinance. in time jt is to be. hoped they will.have made counties of Polk Brevaid nshall compose d r1eb r theyril1bc. -thc reor- -

!"'.f T i ii. ;SS2'A. j.'r. ff-i. contracts made'during- war,-wns passed arrangements for the next year;either by-returning the twenty-eighth district; and ,thie.c. untics. gahttersofiUmdusti7Dut'iiHo;: i3 ,*! -

will uJIa : : ioATem Cth 5 unanimously. to their old homes, and contracting ofMonroe and.Dade shall-compose the twen\ earn ft3Iare'reward, 'while1-those7" Iit&i -
extending trotett & oee-tewpoi1)at?eid.aes. ) 16j$ 3 O'CLOCK P M.f. with their Ib.rmer.owners, or entering; into ty-ninth district- and each,'"Senatorial:, District -r w4o.staAd idlyand refie torheto *
.* :.z C J 4septc2bet:3 :- : -- .- ;: Prayer'b 'Thrv; 'Mr. Mr. Forman moved that the 4 Constitution, engagements elsewhere. Should.thb' shall be'entifled'to ne Senator. work, provethemselves: citizens the -- -

.. 'cobMr -:. "as arranged by the Committee, be now' signed, and should they still be wandering :5 Given, ndermyjiand- the Capitol, jln state, and will deserve_to suffer_loss._--JV1 T.

:&Ec1ilILD: T: I4 Bird, the vote by.uwhick -agreed'to, and fbrty-fourl>elegaiescame about without homes and with' no visible the city of Tallahassee,, tlii*8th day of Not -' 8t. --p -
AT'. A1V,. totorduianCQ.injrelalion tQ? State. a1ULLe forward arid signed the Constitution. means of support, they will betaken -up'and veinb* r A. 'fl.l863 iA, *- *# -- rri'

was'passed;jvasfre'consid3Irr Mr. Baltzell offered the following resolu- dealt with as-vagrants, under the,,law. ,1, : : 'WILIJAM MARVT J Tbeqry Gsip, "St-I.
attend. proaptiria ;alibnsineMiBtnutedtoliii; : Ijorig1 intrbdnced a rdnti! ird- ttion.* .j shall make U my duty,,as opportunity offers, ,- %*' Provisional 3ovemor i iC5lliiuiry We'are' 'ofteif asked "wuaf,il'gJMSi] 5

Ca.Will'... "' "- ticatkm-placed-among .thc' tordeifctfof the lietohed, That the Provisional f pvcrnorol (and I shall have more leisure in future,) myself ; := -:--- -- -::...: -: ;We answer,in Vtgeneral W yVthaVit Is t3Ik .
4 day. nt:. 4r4 -'-. .. t- ; the State be, and hereby authorized to -to address them. I shall tell them who Changeslu JTlorlda., ing o f persons 3sther.thari JM?things NOth :

T.T.LONG. made the fo11owiigerort: cause the Public Lands belonging to the are their tree friends; that their true i friends It is ,understood that an order,w111 presently 1ne.bow-th&paudty;_i-of. 6 Ideas :
AT'L W .. .u'- WTLKAS: slavery has- been' : 'destroyed in' State to be made subject to private entry,and are not JfoTtfiern-lmt Southern men. I shall be issued byl3raj" Gen..F6stert commanaiingthe thkfllkthg nbquLthe <*nif-'y: ur. nEig1I he is-requested to restore 1nghi A.. Corley, point them to what yon have done for them Department of Florida, making-vinv ] bpr3. :TtisimipnlytpJegnoant rmah" .: LAxzcy.rL : .r, : F8r. :; ThTtC erdained-y he Fe Register of Stale.Lands, to the proper and in this Convention to protect them in thci portant changes military tuation.-, originate i- -
July 22.-
.- NOTICE.H. -aCflbieI; That Neither&layeryhor"inToluntar'tf ,flee; *- prohibiting the existence ofsla'veryin future Florida are to be*abolished, arid alt'lhie" g t11risbns Bocsjof ctdture aqdlintclKgencc' aotsot 4
iemtude shall in future;exlstf ih'this State, Whicti w ngrecd to. and providing that they may bring suits and. and posts comprising them added to hard run for topic of. juuiciaiauuu. They" '

G, VAUGHAir, .erceptlas'a poniahtneni' for -cr1nie'whereof The rules being waWe.lMr. David*>u offered testily in Courts of justice.. And.l appeal to. the pMrictoCMiddle.FloruUt4vhjc i to, cai nsuaUy.fin&somcthintozav-: an": -

and Surgeon the'party shall have"been:convicted hys.the"Coons the following resolutions: you, gentlemen, as you go to,your homes,Jo be jiained'arid known as'lhe 'Distnct of Middle literature; .fashion or society., .Thie moment
Physician ? oflhp Stat&; .aad ll the. inhabitanU'of Besotted, ThaFiUi Jhanks of this Convention give your influence to the iutlhtairiahccrof Western'and Southern Florida," as a- 'separate peopl begin id taT iif-thdr ri hljor of S S 4

Office to SaminW Bock with Drl Ufaoa.: the'St-ate, withbul'distinctidii' f.cpl6r, arefreelindjsBa11Jenjoythe'TigEtsSf are Jiercby'e Hon. E. D. good.order and the preservation of, peace brigade; under command of Brig.Geri. -persona* rather_. !thanihragsi-tKer_ '-area ptt 5
rna. and i AZ j yrj. T T
Oct. ,- property rwithootdigtinction'bf color.SK- tent maner' hi wiiclj'he has presided over The colored troops'are all to be drawn. The'dislrict ofEastTIbriila iesto, Q a a quintanee, adozeu
SEcoD? 4xahi the deliberations oT this body. from the interior to the sea board. About separate brigade: expatiate 'otrhls or hr'hbrtcothingL 4xh1 5

.EMTLE T. fiABALBESEBCrFULLYTE5TDERShi ed pjipn iniury to 'a cqloredri>ersonf jind',inall .;< zResoltedfurtiter' That the Chief Secretary one thousand white troops will be. left in the Airregimental officers xJotag'''staff fluty'at' this brings *M ,. p *"k **.* euriu'o : -

U *profeutosal aerrtce' to the citixen,of JackonTffle "pases ebtrng the'nghfcf of 'rcmeclies ojr, and the other officers bf this Convention are State. But these properly distributed as to Headquarters,areto, be required* to join their what we coidertobe'iebt'ties1.- -
and Tidnir/.i *->l* A Canoya'a- J' colored persdn no p rsotfishaH e1iic mjie'-! .hereby offered: : thpjthanks'of;! the Convention, form a nucleus for the militia believe will respective regiments. ,Generals commanding 'cultivated: person .in the.liighest sense of tho'-;*! .
at A.
raiide&ce Office and, comer room Bay(tot and the present"Washington) street, where' tent WtesUrj:as a tritneas. on iccodnt bf col" fair tJil; ner ?lifi@ad faIthful mariner bi which be folly adequate (o prevent any popular disturbances Disrrictsrare to be allowed two aid* term,is not.mcrely one who can : talk-of, *J

ke ma j be found at all ttmea,except whenprofetaioa. or. In-allotLer cases, tliqrtcstuuony of; coifqred'perkms 1hev,imve dwcbarged the duties of their res- or outbrcaks.on the jart of the Colonels' may detail an Adjritarit' frotri';their books"pictures ana oUier.4vated.subjectof i '
ally engaged. eHall excluded, ,unless., aade*, 1)ecti8fflce.iSr:: colored,people. commands tar Office duty-at headquarters, i huhian tht rest. To ;oe thbrobglily"cultiya* .J

bept. 2-3m. competent fture'-1S1Ltibn.5 ThVjury j 4 Th Tpirowihgresolution adopted: TnconclusiOn7 I renew the expression of ;Regul ly.&ppointeih pfficersrinhcT,Q..M8.! ted, theheartas well as the intellect, should'be
1 p.
1tOYESS1ONAL-DTh 'M. J. MURPHY shall judgVof Th'e credibilitylofihc, testimo .&vUediTb&t.Messrs.; Baltzell, Maxwell my gratification nt' tjie result of your labors, [ and Subsistence departments are. o perform. refinedanAenlargedi methnesve e' '.
A teidenbii errice a.PbYIC1* *nd ;8rgntd .ny_ e: SI .' i 1stti arid Hogue berthfedeputation.dbected: to' be and express the hope that under the Constitution the duties bf Post Q.Mand Coirimissaries"iri !women who, without education ,ybIng1 '
the people JactenrrOle and carroandinc; ocuatryHrUcnUr -TIUED. .Treason against 4itaW ia ( raiied on the part of the CbnYentiori to carry ;whlch you liave.framed, the people of the'places-whererthey are. now' stafibried, been born amiable, are evguilty.otgos- -
; aOention will be gtTeo to dieMni.f*ro enw CtmsisVohlyTm leyylng yar againOt,. or in iiitb effect its action'.in reference to the HonsJJ the State will enter upon a new career.of pros until further orders.Thefrovost ". sip. -Again,*ve ee '*othth, not naturally .
d children.Office at Us recidance"corset"" of Pot 8 -. adhering to itf Cncmies nb aad HofMfltreets.Sm i
gNd'person'shEall! be convieted br f f During the speech and -at the conclusion,
command is to lie abolished, arid the officers things.nopC persons. $The.perfect --M?;
Dr. R. P. Daniel. reason,wilcsss on the testimouy f tvfo,. 'Mr.Davithoth oved that a committee of the Governor was.loudly. .applauded doing duty thereinanftd; join their respective rriari, in thi respect,ism! who is Jxith. amiable -;", 5

resomed the pnetleeof Bia-: TOIW l8 &P amep'ksract,.orj.LisconeLzifr Jbaanjppjuted to notify his Excellency, regiments. HereaftciTrrbeh necessary Post :and'-educated. But 'edricatibn.' does not .
HAVIKO *, tad Its ridalty,may be-fomudal the opni rt ;.r .Gorrjlarvinj J iat the.Convention.had adop- 5-COUNTERFEIT POST At; CURREXCT"', ..XEW'ISSUE. Commanders are toAttend to th& lutifi tQ let Me1euep l -;
reudenc.of r. Jo.eph X. Haddock. ; cBfromHhe bontls pf mat> Ledi aVesolnnoif to'adjourn;this' afternoon, at5iocloek'P.'rH.iina .-Fifty cent rnotesnew; issue* On the j performed by ProvostMhhal. lo"jst" gossip. cahdHlftr- always inalif ->tl.C
i-4tp ximbnhsi1 not be alroivcd but ilie-judg- td asfc'bf him if he has topof the bill the.srords "Furnished only:bythcc \t- The following disposition 1WbcmafrtI : m Te : a

Dr. J. A. K. TODD. mcntrq '; TSI1LXL byIa jiny communication to lay betore the Conven Assistant Treasurer and Designated" observe''the JOc' -I the troops, and the garrisons are to be organ home'it oia -adage: ttnesk1 3fln4..your.owa Jmsi-, ,- -
w. pbsitarics ofthe United States; ; .- ? fcroffthkiiow '
v ized
.tshall> accordingly The
11 AS removed to JackcooTlIleFia:, fld wifl elne
lrTu: tionyhich two words "of the"'on the genuine 'there is a i&S
: e
II the practice of Biaptoleaatea inaU its bmelMsl | '> *- was agreed,to, and,Messrs. David- L4S
Office and Roomiv tfp ouin in C. Xk&ol*BnOdinfc cUre bywwbat-rtfthc i -C6ZthiidII1aY 8oni Whitehifrst and Spencer appointed said little!space between them not BO on It lie1*imitations. qri an4 -

I7 Street,wbere be Buy be found*tll hoars, nnleM and yriUt parta of the laxrvnotlnconsis-- C rniittee.- .,- \ -. ait* l S J [ucIi1c -

: Y& tent -vrith this Cocstitaiion.Bhall, ba in "force -After a brief abacnce the committee returned Fifty-cent notes;, the engraving isjjood.butthe W st3.2 vot 42T1il.ry outrwe? ortn okyea o1 othet-
in uOs state- v ". i -"f. ;.; ;: and reported that they had discharged gilt frame'arqund the he/idjsvery, bad aiij Co s U..$. Thceuz9 "otl. Mr Wi

MILL SEAT- FOR- $*.LE.- '&rrafThetoathsr-ofpffice t directed to betaken jtheir duty,'and that Ins Excellency, the Prc The paper has however, .thenitppeatance of 3 4rt1c .ttk5h!ti 1t'os1 -" .QWt m & -

THEtab rOer.often at *1* &Lofc nit&bliDtnerreaa .under JhliConstitation; may be ad- visional Governor,' Lad ho communication'tomake. common print paper and isrveryr ayhhis.The Fart JeffetMi YA isalwaysg311c. '
&tUM1s.4bt* onIh&i. ;oniqyp71&I.BhiL .nist4r 1y npyJudgcr. Jtieeof1bc:1eacc rwholcof-iU3 a.little suialler .lhan &1ie anti&cu' ILa lted -

I ,' in the Stale of' Florida..f S5r131r.Longtnbc'td i 4iBtU. ,.* ;otherwivWdbv. -. Onumotion; ofMr.JIaxwell, a committee. genuine. : Six "barrels! "on tlje, tihtcplWathhigton'are t;;w detachmenta p wi1jbetatwueaastUqwsMefl bm ... _.:._____- S __ -

6al&o. ; Bay Street,M* JI'111C-U consisting of Mcssr&JUaxwclI,Lbngand Kelly very indistinct: FortTHcaderten* 'at A1afla ffettTe; )dlhe '
to Inseit sttdditijntbereamb1efsa1dbrdiuanee cents 'pooriy engrd li
__ t9-2mp wnstrppbinted to wait upon the:governor ; men1ITe'i11th.3Ut Si IE tI4iJ Lut n1 -
the words, andinvitc; hhn tVre oral expression, poor paper,aad hogilt franiQ !arpdnd.ilhe'
The Jacksonville HpteT, "i y: the pyernraenVjof thp. Uni1et1tates-: before Jhp.Conventiony/of,Ms. approval or head.udn' -.. M tii !, Manateeand.Caarkitter harbor>tatMcKay's wrbT --

(fQflAUi & 4Qj s ., iA. -. disapproyul of th action s>t the Convention Teri'cent'noles; very coarsclr' .done"' -- aa;adt1ireeilukezji'1I ,*wharf' J*near*F *the,4nouth.f-ofi* J *- ** ZT74k*.Jl; *. ,eai rf*%
', Er: iniei amend l>y mseitmg the topics contained in his communication 4.. Creek: (halfcimpay .each"J pnecompany, ; 0 S
( Jwlrftzd upon .-. t.uW J W J I
1J3S ( |
BAVIKQBUhed, open J' th*a nn> 4 tif ( -&fter(amendment just 'adopted, tIisords : to this body on Its assembling. S .5L rt---- -rj I .
bnD? 3 **and its je-estabiifihment forbiddenniby i.e .-tlic ""'After fl brief absence"JiMci ponvnjUee returned S.&DSIGUT.-Ou.j edncsdayA1oming1a3t, Ppiof.Cedar Keys.: detactanentoninaan .

Oct.U4f IIADDOCS- t -.It DBT8DAO51- ,;> ,- lnays.tJz accompanied by'hiSj Excellency, the we saw, passing ouroffice,' four Ismail negro land,) one company A td nnl vii g :. _ SS

-- :. ;:k : ;ii PipvUional Governor, jvho aadfpssed the chUdren-the largest about, eight years,carrying JPpst Apalachicola; one ODropany Li. S. -

T. M M YKELL'C- L Convention- hi a speech fif some Jength. an infant in his:amis; All were bare- : j'rPp for tlioiweck eIng21.StCtt1ngI e iliet14iaceUe
4gj 'At the conclusion of his remarks, the hour footcd4thiInly ,'of.dbmestJcprpdnceiaBa
Etimbo .exports u4
We leatnedx that their moUfer-had I ten?thelf ofqetiwttt rIiQ3I3ad4tattctBarnc& ;
: '- "
5o'clock P. M. arrived in -
; t 3d ; ; having pursuance .
I.A ort
% Gwr4iut former master,in, Rockbiglwm uuderithfidfclulion.
Iurn3on en.rJ7 ;. Jjoipr ofUiis tatc.shaIthewhRte'cn of the rcsohilionadopted, the President
; ; qualificalions. la?'. niay be announced theQonienton! uriied. in; accordihcejtherewith -which see ns to'e fcente wjd, jj wBaar1teIoatr iiT'1t.'rau1hassec two
: 8.tT
'* i : 'Ar "gt ,jnany-br, tlietnegroesthat frefetlbni exempis: 1
: .( iT141pip&nce.wMqIc4 I : :- 't ; rtilvo IcompJEhfc T tli11'bt. -ghlw1m
U A**wtMrMttat latWU*, : ; ;; the country; She came ..tbeighiorhboda rpspondtoj infined week last< yerr which were if,w -
'dj1U1ot Z1L- bi at wrong muktsi to to 2,728,510. withjgoM at 217 1-2 a t *;
I-.The ordinance,on preTiou3vanlfcyuigi ij'Bb.elterforlierBelf L 8 J4, asagaifistI4y S f4teri "f '
is er
t "i : i ourisoftcr feelings r Zlue.4ate&UBX1.Wif&Cbii ,Bigb'i1 .climate adds strength apoisons and '$Ricc! the roadsidd hjbor dy4 oHngend.
$; ., .Oeo ; i V iwsitcS ; thq wkineed 3-tig1a tlOI.k
.- U &h' .4.- '. .. cE&BIT creatures x.jiiri&ke ensc4denty ndvoijti iM
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-- S-M 4.yY unlfbnn1yjknd onstintly strcngtUcni -:f their way to the comfortable .home- ,1ftW1' f1! (h '

mI4,0... WXg k4i1- J.R.fiamtala kC,.J& all onrtactlTc; ; xert1dife JTHUdslA kBeid,H ; n1I,4F)* 4t 4 )(len wcjrnene styfrmorp apt Jo do;, -' ;gnid 1 philanthropy, 'ShehiintioaTt"l --- ** C, T.- : *.lliluwliich. anwer1lfr' great
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; : J OUZPON; DOMESTIC"- -- : .. .- rnu-.aJs---- ,.- : [ -. .
I : ( _NEWS. are reported to t moving on from Cbluua-! shows an extreme temperature, In the summer i hIg; inflaencfc '. -.- -
BE3TCE. hu towards El. Passo for the purpose oi of 101 and .Yariou.rT
: on several occasions whicl1..IO. favorably
Jc instructions from his liOn'ntc.LlNA. driving him froni Mexican Minor inflacncc her ttr4ossphere /
: gov ;rcrltm those of 97 degrees;;and while Texas shows In the
:: Mr. Adams has ad It is stated:that nofrnorethan two of tHc' summer,mite their .'
t : : : engagements have, taken place at several an extreme of temperature of 107 degrees, with' salataryjafluences
that of
t: to Lord Russell, .,'Informing. iLe Congressmen' elected from this State can po 1ntircsultIngJn suc&ss to the arms;of.t the ami, on several occasions those of 105, 103. her Ing and winter taKtrtde, to render

: ; ; ; that thgye* ment to: 'of take Serious' the,prescribed. oath. at; WashIngton.F. r<)ichand; Austrians: Maximilian has ...received 100/&c.j i'Florida shows. that of but 95, and i apd fPI gealal. so very uniform,mild

; held JSnjJabtf'responsible' apprehensions are, entertained ',with? i ( reinforcements'from Belgium ,'Hchasappointed'the I then'sinklng toW. 80,85, and still lower.- I.' a> ,

inflicted (American-com-' 'rcM..rLS l1rcl' ;of food among the '{cb.. : son p(;;lTEimrnE, 'prince, ,for Again:while Louisiana shows a minimum I Pardon far FlorldUas.-

privateer Alabama, upon the: ple'beCcr i| e'n'ext crop is secured, on;: .account ;, }life ;( !mmodqrc'MiimT, late of th
: violated the laws of a of the great injury .received by. 'O(he} Je ler'ttJ1i\itll1.1S been appointed Counsellor and then t,32,88 '&ci and Texas vat Secretary of the Provisional Governor"sttthe .
< while
,I : t: ; 'that vessel to'.'bo-4 ullt present crop from the protracted drauglf.: (State, and Commissioner ;of'Colonization shows a minimum of 18 degrees; of temperature -- pardons now In the, for the .(.following list or '

I' ; and to depart thcnc(.- To Bourn CAROLINA. C* \, b y Maximlljan. General td be delivered hanW'f'eaJy
; has then 33 degrees & shows upon application
Late intelligence CromthJs'Stat 1 ; n ihe announce! been iippomte Chief *ffiterested :
that of the
replied by saying Office of minimum of 23 .
that Col. ORK degrees, then a,.40,42, &c BnMlfbrd
U was not violated been elected JQpverhpr, ;; I Colonization in the city of Mexico, by the thus exhiblthig'a'more"genial and uniforratemperature ; '>!Uon-Thomas ConI1DcodCDUZI1I&X J. Perktos ."
General HAMPTON .' : ; Robert
L1' of thn Alabama over by about 500 major authority. The liberate Gam.
was samp have hung five in both summer antwlDterthaD bfe, Robert 0, SbeJLD..

that government, until after: ity. Governor Perry has been elected' 'U. S::: French officers whom they captuVed,In.retaliation either of the former States her Smith Thomas Randall W.P..F01d.Papy JohnG/Wm..
Senator for the ; tempermturt R '
term Pettes
waters and that:the* long ending 1871. as they for acts ( James D. Jr.
justice pay, of like kind of c.
never C.
rising 10 high In summer
: The Grand Master of the Free::::Masons, of Maximilian. nor.sinklal' Yong, D. B. Megmniss,,Gea H.Merinnlsg"
on the part of thee govern so low in winter that' .KNoyes Miles
the State has appointed GILMORE as in those States NThOfl1UOfman B'
f States, could not be en SIMMS Up to November the first/the' imperialists which is apparent from the : C.O 1JIa,1L Lively John J. '
and ROBERT S. BURNS degrees of ex: BMky,"B.
L the ,
: ot lodges of still held Matamoras Hawkins faker
several Boiling
of England. Thereupon: I against assaults treme Joseph
range temperature of CiTalrs a
these States
I e ensued, in which Columbia, a to call on the fraternity I o liberals, who have been driven back ,with that of Louisiana 59 I; ChjaIrsT.B.ChairesC.P.: Chaires, Robert
Masons being degrees, that oi r H. Gamble, Andrew Denham
: : up precedents, as' he the destitute condition of the to of set forth great loss; that of the imperialists being, Texas 71 degrees;and that Florida 50,degrees Duysl-E. WB.'Hodgson,,J.John a Greeler Beard

on the part of the lodge Col urn- trifling.. ; thus the equilibrium ,) :Daniel, H.L.lHart,A. A. TounJ'Geowe
bia, and seek aid for very important
re-establishing those R Foster
permitting the building of SOUTH characteristic Columbus Drew
AMERICA. of climate Theo
is shown to be dote
lodges, these lost Ksrtride A.M.
having Reed
_l everything at the George atone
with whom ,
1 billigerents time of the invasion of the city. The Since our last,giving the! "situation" between superior, not only by months but the year miliDorougii A,c1MkeM.Tbonmp.1umnbiaJ.A.
In reply Mr. Adams commission : round, by t1 son. -
I have reached New York, and have contending armies of Paraguay; meteorological l constitution of .
] called" precedents, and and the Allies/no her atmosphere.But ( Cone, Joseph 31. Crews
thereon and handles been most ccrdially welcomed by the GrandMaster military operations William Grothe, W. W. O'CainF. Mcl. *
s I ,,and several prominent members'of have taken place. The Paraguayan we are not content to rest i Felix LlTingston. ,

4 r; gloves, proposing to refer the fraternity of that State. force, under conimand of Colonel. Antonia son and contrast here, and to thecompart.1! Nassau-Richard H. Germond, ; .

to arbitration. This have prepared the Gadsden Isaac.R: Harris; Thomas '3uriJ
Estigarribia which following
OEOKOIA. been cut off and shut -._& _# ...- -- -
: Russell, very courteously up in town 01 Uruguayana,has been in i ucu VI IUB uictcuruigicaj constitution OI the Ala '
The debate upon the subject of repudiation busy -A. T. Banks. .
I ; assuring Mr. Adams (>f fortifying against a scige from. atmospheres of several States,;random Jeft"mon--W. A.Cocke -
in the Georgia Legislature became Some W. P. Marvin
exciting J.
I L- ,
sentiments and goo\l wishes : much confusion days after the battle of Yatahy, Flores sent'a to represent general sections of the H.:.
reigning at one time Unit Putnam 't
: England entertained message to Estigarribia States,and take these .tables from -James Bart.
The lobbies were crowded with ladies and demanding a surren Jtcksen-Geo. F. JfcClellan
and still entertains for the ions made in Isaac Wid-
der the
and 1851 for
year the
gentlemen whom the character of the offering liberal terms. The latter reason geoH.St.. :: '

rtS United States, to all of and debate had drawn out on the question returned a haughty and soldierly reply, refusing already given for selecting this year. Virginia Johns-Paul Arnow, D R 'Dunham. 1
replies, in conclusion! ,say- occa to and Kentucky Fhnklln.-Bentniin Ellison W.T. 4f
sion. Amid a multiplicity of offered amend comply, saying that Paraguayan officers represent the extreme Watulla-Dan ', Wood.
terms that the Northern Ladd.
manner portion of the
ments, motions and counter and soldiers preferred to die, defending Se 11ad1son-J'.D. 1tcLeoad
manifested her motions, Mr: souri the &Mi E. F. VannB.
friendly re CIIAPPELL finally moved that the the holy cause for which they fought,than to extreme of A.Putnam, J. P. Sanderson.'
& of his Lord: for repudiation, then under i prove recreant to the trust committed to Kansas, the West, and Ln and Texas Marion-N." H. Payne. i
for serious discussion, be incorporated .
the -
doubting Southwest
them-the honor I
i love. ns a part of the Constitution, and defence of country. brouht i comp and ALAB.uLL ;
so contrast with -
Flores then ,in .
of that every legislator and other officials hereafter once crossed the Uragaay and ther annu.p ; AS ADDREIS TO THE PLA5TBBSI.
i government uj in-I[)- I swearing to support the Constitution (commenced the investment of the city, the i The Mobile Tribune publishes- an addressto
for satisfaction for the 1: fall of 18L
rom the Alabama and the j would be swearing to support repudiation. which from the superior numbers of oom 5' r ( I the planters Alabama, dated at Mont-

:dP Lord Russell to ,admit the This was strongly opposed, and it was finally[ the the allies, and the straitened condition of ; //1 S !I!i iIiIi fl! n r rI gom 'ry, October 18, and signed by Boiling

decided not to Paraguayans, is inevitable. Tlores In i = Hall, George W. Stone
embody it in the Canslitution ; l George Goldthwaitp
claims, or to admit them to : I' ,
an issue between the two but was passed by a vote of 133 yeas, to a Brazilians crossing the river made a unction:with the _I P .IiIIf n. James :H.: Clanton and William O. Baldwin

117 nays. under Baron de Posto Alegre,who ... whose advice Is as follows
VII. :
which one party, or the had arrived ....168. /
and taken .. '
lIon. HINES HOET,delegate from Muscogee the supreme comnatld XI....... Nll/71' li8j"a."e I "The result of the recent war, so disastrous
,. or war must follow. long a distinguished of the Rio Grande. -.... 55.69 / to the;South, has been a revolution of yonr
then, that the relations exist- lawyer and statesman of On account of the kWzlans..71.4410&2179\. 28.550.452.3557.91/ [ entire labor system. The four hundred thou
great of -
superiority the fets 1
Georgia died
the nis'ss
on 4th !
instant. Beautifulenlogiums L sand blacks who
two governments are fraught Allies in cannon, it had been determined Jod..hO.5j 9522179 | were recently your slave?,
to L
: were 2ial4.5S.e.U and subject to will in
pronounced their
his your
life .
the 0 every mo
question naturally and use this arm to reduce the Paraguayans Pcu .OOTT0.-Jor KoSL tu ment,!are no longer under'
character Mr. Fort Individual
government desire a war by Chappell,his colleague, no ft mprtna tr the IfMiot.'Irwsa f Iffft AnnaJ LYe'o Ne.P. BbBD contrttL t. ith vnn h n"A..i.Tour_ ._ ___.2
; and Hon. Charles J. ,r tn thorn.iclves. Ruge BIJJ B.. ------ ----- J-- 'UIwmcu
Jenkins ----
Or fa England delegate from to direct their labor ,
a rjosltlon by
When Uruguayana falls While the your sovereign mandate -
I the mean annual
scatterEd '
Richmond. -
) I the United Staierl I The Mayor of Savannah has tepriu of ; now you can command it only by con-
element ordered that all vessels arriving with sicknesson forces Paraguayans in the provincesmust the States oCViini 1a KaJS and I tract. This brings about relations which
considered by the fall back to their frontier. Kentucky show In the are new to both and
board, must stop at the quarantine own Notwithstanding above table a. more races brings them so -

in her demands near Fort Jackson, until visited ground the, the disasters, so far, to the tonic and bracing state of their atmospheres,. IOddCJ1lodPOthat both yon and the
by '
Dare England to measure Health Officer. Hon. C. J. JENKINS is Paraguayan arms, the government is energetic than that Florida,yet.this apparent ad vantage !to the mighty change..accomodatc The ,yourselves black;

: with such a lava tide by his friends as candidate for announced preparing to place an army of vanishes when we consider that, from man li dazzled if not intoxicated, with. the

; own bosom? These are in- ernor of the State of Georgia. Joe Drowndeclines Gov1 men in the field. There has been the far more Northern latitudes of those States, i idea of freedom,'suddenly thrust upon nlm;

and doubtless engage the to run, and is in favor of the electionof I I much suffering and privation among the soldiers the fa greater cold of whiter and spring,.,re while with 0oi the whitemanismoreor1esoppisSad thought that this element of his

governments. War is an Mr. of Ihe Allies, but they preserve a good duces the mean annual tptu blow wealth la swept from him. The ignorant i

between these govern Jenkins.l1ISSISSIPPI.. morale. that orFlorid while heat black fofr-rt has, In too many Instances,''fallen I

; it will not be kindled The Brazilian fleet is be of exre Into the delusion that freedom means exam
Collisions reported to in a perilous above that of the p-
will find some diplomacy between the civil and military b situation on the Parana State, and the extreme lat tion frpm manual labor; and the', -
as cold of
authorities have are I discouraged by the indolence and
again occurred in this State. .in many I
I from her delema, and the A difficulty occurred between Captain Peck being extended below them, and the Paraguayan much below that of Florida; the table t cases, the insolence, of the negro,'has exhibited -(

win be made satisfied. fleet was approaching. shows a fluctuation i symptoms despondency.bordering on
Provost Marshall, and of the Frecdmcn's U temperature, in, .
the above, we learn through -_- nia, of 76 degrees V Pte
--- Missouri
Bureau -- 97
of ;
Caplah i I "Fellow
County, Col. Drury o citizens these are errors which, if
L that Lord Russell made a I : : FLORIDA i in Kansas, of degrees and in not corrected
Browusheriffofthe county, in which Gov- : 8 ; Kentucyof speedily will prove fatal to
to our Government, that Sharkey and the civil 08 degrees, against that of Florid of only both rices-nay, to our countrr. itself! You
courts had
the question of claims for in- intervened 1 Its* Climui( .Gcograpby-Di8Ca8es- to which the must furnish employment and wages'to the
but not the ud Peck was sent to jail by the Courts.- I 3YIort lity-Soil -JproductionH and 7 degfiuctuaton'. con" black man, and teach him the art of earning
; He appealed to Gen. Osterhaus, who sent Ieource$. stitutons ibitt hTe't'oam. an independent,livelihood.. You must impress
to exercise the right of ac back the We modated, and whicbim proportion to their tpon him the great fact that without .
L negro troops to the county who pursue the subject of climate. further, I
belligerency two parties extremeg the products of the soil the whole
L'S. took exert injurious effects theory of
possession of the jail and. and present tables of upon
released meteorological the
the atmospheric
L economic
i It is stated that Mr. Se- I' constitution, the health,and polity falls to the ground,and with
V proposition. Captain. The county has been placed under constitution of two adjacent States,, I'we shall life of man, i a I it all the solid wealth of the world; that the .
close Louisiana prove from tabular statements when i cereals.and: great staples
military surveillance. Another and Texas, indicated by themonth; L are the driving
I -. we come of the ,Diseases wheel of the social machine"without'
Mo which
case for the for the t
I interference of President John- year 1851. This year's tables are spa an :: all othkr.professlons
8eatlD L tality of *, placed in comparison witthoseofthoscStatesandothera. th' and pursuits are uselesspinions
son. selected simply because it is the
year commencing and pnlliefli Nor can you fellowdtizenc -
Inadvertence which '
wo Before going to press, we have received the series of tables of Florida,which I I, hoidjourselves gufltlesa if you remain -

failed to notice this new, later news from this State. Matters are certainly 'We published last week; and these States are We have said that the eYde of the superiority i Itert. Ton'own the lands and the capital

publication of a tri-weekly in of the climate of and can give employment to the laborer.
becoming serious selected, because a goodly portion t d '
there. Gov. Hum of the & no You .
E. A. Hart, & W. A. rest alone upon the of ov It to society,to' yourselTes-JeS to
phreys has issued a proclamation urging the former State,and nearly the whole of the latter indc i &, ,g- the ignorant black'man to make every exertiom&if .'
and teal tables
Proprietors. The former .but
; was to also ,
1. immediate organization of volunteer militia are embraced,within the same latitudes be'Coe ,l I It tery reasonable sacrifice to save your
: long well known to the Geography,Diseases : beautiful and fertile
Totht from
Florida country ,
companies,and the legislature is memorializing :- as ; and are produced by way of contrast lt
? as the able and I former ot these.we now i ij u Inhabitants from want and starvation.
the -
President with the ,
to remove the meteorological table of FloridaLOtJISL.Na Your
old Florida Sentinel, be negro troops, : it j upon this, especial, oaca cherished hornet must not be
i thather
and to release Jlr Davis. Two negro soldiers I- Ian m'ont abandoned In despair nor confided io'adven.

) we are happy welcome e and six ,government mules 1851. atmospheric constitution depends. .T turer who are strangers to your civilization,

the of gentlemen"the grey we goose wish tured on the 3d inst, between Jackson were cap and f[ I f I! li/ i I /' i 31 State degrees extends Nor from latitude about,2 its degrees gr iteiortic' Si, your.delightful?Judge not climate freedman ana itt varied too severe-pro-

; Raymond, and the soldiers have been
,probably I ly. Remember that he is
the intrinsic value of 1t''t', I. the about as a lube, and
shot W. B. Wilkinson 'ft1nly t needs nurture '
of Lauderdale O t' and cultivation. 1( in the
I merits. We welcome the 1 p I 125 entirely surrounded madness of his
county, has been murdered by his former De i by t joy he oversteps the bounds
> list Terms $8,00 water the ocean and those of or be not resonibly
slaves. The Federal soldiers and of Janua17... M.Ol '38 '16.62 14Fcbrnaxy. Att otthe propriety provident
: for six months. Address negroes ... 58.51 VO gulf of ; while a slip of.its I aecond a third-nay.many eflorts to
Vicksburg held a meeting in which they 'resolved March..... 3.4792 35,57,3.131 G10baenatlontaken Nor' lead him into the paths, o( usefqfness. Remember
Tallahassee. the ..... portion, from 25 miles .
; By In
by, to defend their rights.MlsceJlnneou8.. April...... 72.48 94149.! S it Baton Boure.1Iay. to'S brt a x.tendaweatward that every one who m preserved to

: forgets to credit June....//76.90lloo,54I12t, .4.19 9.0110'I fen'I4.2 In lDcbe.ofram the from about mway, I its I the nobfo work of production contributes to .

: ; in.some instances. The President having of the ...... LOAugu8t. I.No trod tiP reu.July. "0_-_ length (that is the length of slip, not ot the nus$ collective wealth and diminishes
approved sentence ... .
t 3.16 V ADnu i the
mean of
.m. army consumers and.
State If
of the 83..6711xJ/69j'31/ ) Us,extreme Western ,dependents,
Military Commission, ordered I I .. 3.M 4 perature 71.44. t bul. not of paupers."
October. 59 1.03 4ovember. and which is .
: FOB,GOYEBItOB. that Capt. Wirz be hung, which sentence ...65,58185 4045/ 1.60 IS washed by the .w f :A Convention of planters fA1aIsnii. was

the people Florida in was executed on Friday, the 10th inst. December..,51.17,80 21 I 59 t.28lTEXAS _ gulf by ocean aone and Tnt! Is on, all ,sides to have keep heidja .Montgomery-: 'the

now presented to them to Late Northern exchanges deny that any 1881. gulf' Nor 15th tost to devise measurea fbi the .benefi
and this
_ ; gentleman at the arrangements have been made for the trial: K-PPIIII' I I d their _I 1'al ae of the agricultural interests oJT the State.

e; Government, as the .an- of Mr. Davis. 1 t Influences a.decidedly '" -,
I' felt
t .f' stall boundary. Its ... yI"pt.
; pltott area is thsmbs3'-:
II J.- .
J made his friends A
Washington telegram dated 8th inst.,, a ._ .
g- comput a me1 miles; its gen* Ji KE w WZD1TIO .
_J for gubernatorial hon- to the Savannah Repullicin states that Now i a (;
Jnu117.5.41'' 884O 48 3.14 er& may thus ., The Bombay'Tone '
; : known to the people of Jersey has gone for the Republicans_ .in herlate February... M.157 1OO326S 0.81/SOIIeana&ioa ii100135165 portion lying South Alabama 'T September 15th

___ Walker, requires no "com- : election; the legislature having a major. April.1Iarch..... ....76.9 70.95 105154/51/ ..0.1.934tka" ,B neb ssR1n4.. : l level,sloping 'gradually the I cl says"Amocg,: .' the from

..... passengers England
1" I who
_ press. In electing him ity on joint ballot, thus securing the' adoption Mey.......76.97 85.17 105 7O3I 4.55 ale O..da.June. portion between the ApaUchicola and arrived to the steamer Benares on the 11th

will be reflecting'"credit of the Constitutional Amendment L July.' ...... 88.94 10'176131'/ .2.74j'l1.MlDcheualD wanDevc: is. land lust, was Dr. Livingston, the celebrated
judgment and will the election of August. 88.00 ma m elm African aTelier- The
be a U. S. Senator. The State September. 1016833 many places doctor Is about to en- -.
the Union October..... .71.08 / .0.08/12'.P eraue qute udutg. ng gage in another exploring *:
on State. We Ticket is reported ,to have been elec- .. P8 i6 52 / ,down the expedition into
,# November.tG.60 2.91 8 peninsular proper, is 'ft/Central the interior of Africa and has come to .Bom.
ted in the Stale of New York. Gen Slocum L December.. M,6 931421511 0.0112, Ridge, bay forthepnrposeofmaklng '
i gradually
I some
the prelimi
Kelly, of,Escambla has been defeated for State. &opi Ewa t
coun Secretary of nary preparations.
; : It has been claimed for LOUISIana that'ahe Atlantic, gulf _.Thesceniothis. .explorations -
& I
the same ticket as candi- will be that tract of territory extend-
'vern r. Our TaU FOREIGN XEW8 has the finest climate of any of theSouth rD Undulating In place* in its more Nore,ing between the: regie wj ich htrha already

GREAT BUITIAN.-Lord'PALMERSTON, States; and the fricnds,.and JnbabitaDta 1 ::01 portion, the of explored and,, that .diC CapUint.j
speak well of bgetplnt whICRdp'sabut H
[ this: gen ENOIJIND'S PJIEMIEB, died the18th,_ of Octo Texas, whom'wo havcfro, i time 1.6 tIme met 171 ( lve .se..*. 8pek& ,IJe will commenca' his.travels .by i n
: we know nothing ,
: person- ber. Business on the Stock, -'Exchange"*and I have been urgcntin their claims for the cli- There, a26'rver of importance, which followtog'the Is in about course ten pr the river Rovuma,
bd devreessouii
_ _1 : J -e __-- other placeawas' generally. suspended i, and I mate,of thnt State as being the 'cUmate.parercelltnce. 'any lakes, creeks,& ., per_ towards the north to Lake .yassa, latitude and

yClffEBABLE: CITttJEJr. deep regret pervaded the,minds'of the peo mUg the &t in aldrol Surro in, thatowathesohuTenzanika.-:

; & regret webave ple. The supposition is, that Lbrd .Russell] Forthe reason, perhaps, that- 'among, her dod a.the :,is b water and .co n--J Livingstone has already explored the, J n;
to [
announce will take_his place. But little and friends such Rovuma toi about one ,hundred! :and fifty, .
John Broward hat un many Florida has had no one to step taining resources of water In her bowels miles :'
Dnval ; bnfromthatpohttoakdsthe
event took his important has transpired relating thth .Fen- opYlrd'' and present her claims, her modest we have the key to the reasons for the Sn:pe- the country Is totally unknown. c -west. ;.
l at
I on the : Jans.. The London Press, is discussing the virtues nndhonors t as 'I levcr the case with rior uniformity, equilibrium and.salubrity of : "The object of the doctor's expedition i b
ce. of
morning the
enty-y r and positions of the Cabinets of Washington and true m nitIiaye, lainhidden from' public 'at- her climate. The Atlantic on the 'East, I the partly of C'pen'bp thc country for the'pun '
seven days.
London,' maintained with' Ti>n>nrd tn.. flmAdam tention. InproJ.lucingthese Guloffedcoon. the Sout.h .And w- .. poses commerce, and partly to carryut'' Jj
now to the 6 Mlf
been OJ -- raze 91e ish the'
long :well. bowD- : ---- -- ,',A :nnnrmt\liln1 lc finjttatv nf ,'
Florida, as'a most exem *-Russell correspondence, relative, to o f nil,we claim thattn the'pol tsof compar. tended with their immense evaporation. keep exploring the watershedot Zam. _

; citizen. We the Alabama. _The Press is in good, temper, I son i IntItuted she bears'oft"the honorsndo the surrounding,.atmosphere.cooled ,in,,sum- best and the district visited by Captain Speke.

:- ; the date,by which to regret give but decidedly firm in the support,of the, position t ,make thiacomparrison more,clear, we reproduce mer, and give rise ,to those never-ceasing This the latter object possesses great interest In
:] trfbntei the merits( of the tlie assumed' by the. British government, RO.much ofthe.meteorological table currents of saline air that,is'constantly conn- and they ire oesiroos feographenf of ascertahimg at wlieth-.home/-

; upon question Neutrality, and a 9f this tat i.l8.5) s tog over.all.portions of er the lakes discovered '
but which we hope some portion ,. f crs the points' .the State and Which1'iprese by Spefe,Grant and
favor reference of the question at issue presented by the: above tables: teX esI :Baker are aoi supplied by'water flowing still
1 Iwithhis; life :and eminent .. ,. '-. .. degrees.of heat which farther from the South ij
than sources
1 us'to 1he'future, ca. StatesinenofEurope- and 'An erl .. :FLORIDA 1831.. 'obt&lninadJacent States; ,and 'which keep i yet tUsco' _-- any.,

..'-- 4 :) ; '. ; i the air below that :point 'of rarlflcatlon that '!Thepairty,composing thj S expedition will
JIBXICO.. it I : f I Invites 1 be a small one, and in all be
tender thanks ,: .r."I visitations of those.dreadful hurricanes probability will
pur ,to the There has been -
I some fighting(nthe !( conapoeed ftlmorf
: Lnguna': P. 'rl ; that efetotly QC n&t1es.It Is
: I IM't' h'P 1 of ; '
& her
: '
) ; W. FACctnLbl; 'tot the plane outside Matamoras between the t r r. neighboring not unlikely 1Dfhed.Ua the Doctor .r y

;: utltUl Gold Pen and Hol; liberals, and bnperlals'lt1i\t t ed hi.h cit I 1.R'i .. I ., i .1. ,. 5 sisters from which'she Is freed i-and IeJeat a few Oltb usthes lthla-coQi -to ."

; ; X SaTLDir& OA. reported that the liberate.we're* -*. '1 4uurm... t7 3 51 .Z. 11"". it is; 'fottlils "reason. that :Florida, ( 9tl? ', Accompany hjtgi Wt Oii%itt determtaed
&feate ... ,
; $; nbruary. 63.18 820 40 ..... 2,0b.cnatlol1, I'ta. inuch* tddlctecl to the drcamstaaces.It__ cet t"-It''expected that- the.
: Flo d& ,It has :all the though sed ( -M&reh..63.337946 33 ... eicesalveUg tnjbgand. f lr- .
Bnppc>. -to,have been led by American A 6 teD "Jack_ thunder that party- wui llrit doat U1e"eaf w;**0tU, -

: of a quill pen,' 'and officers, from the fact.thatthe' liberals' were lbrl.priL..7O.1284343O.1.4.,.!... 76.23 82 t1 2 20 ...:. 8: tile.'fiUe.rain, M.200 j. those States areTbe'opera-i : "Dr. Livingstone had *n interview' withExceUei1 .
tins ,
accident be .J nue....... 80.28 95 72 23 lo.0 lell.fa otthelnfluencOofthe_ : 'sea.[and.gulf Us G 'of and H
;: may _used for l Jed Into action three lines deep; t&;'formation'foever ,..... Ii 7: moxthI'a; T.the rernor Bombay, .
; .Tn11
f D,' : 828494tSIS/ 'IiSOl8unuaullyntnT on. her atmosphere,are no,flttIOdedbjth In and alltBdogS the nature of It his of.'.course
; ; any mending. The witnessed' w1tl them:before; and from Beptember AUl'11at..I;., 82.52 76.12 85 00 12 9 26 18 7.9.750]16 14 1eUOQ.. 'Annd fluence of theimmensesurface of ... not transpired there, is,little;donbt-that e' .
mean water
u1yandcasfly1.uud-In: 'the more than usual skillful f handlings of the Dctober... 'IUS 83/'IS 38 1.900j 8 ture 70.58 tempera., flows which every lUy.m be oflered to the doctor to, '
al U) the requisites of a troops, : N*tyenibr.; 69.83 40 13 $500110 "- through her Interior.: KWrnountato barrlers carry out Wa project tdsuccer: Lssxut-.

I : ; f ." I .. .t Juarez Is!f < ;'_ I.. !ember .:. 71. 'l'1123" 1.200 g arise,to obsfract;these aucurren t.i'. "e"aota'dayor"iWOt&nd 'r'"...

I JH'at'EJ. PassoJ, ; but. .:_ the:French! ItwiU: bcvobsVed that; -whne T2rnIsI ii all portions of the'State feel their-vlv- "- afterwards. tPQOfl'V' .' .. :

-whew be wiltstay. .; for some tlme.

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1I0nNlJ\O -r--- .____ I 8wiuBmcfbegh .la 1'inger-t lt- ends by DREW '& OAKLEY 11tE :
rrLwtID EVER 8ATITBDAY BY Pl'Oel..U.1I by the PreIIdf'll& ; '
J1I rambae' _
mngllng Itself wIthordInzrfconversatIoiiPth4vIth ; ..' .. ',..
Thursday '
j. K. S TIC K N E Y. December 7. aa a dy '" .
Tbaakll Booksellers and StatIecrs '
and Pr .. : ". ffl''f) j..r .
the of _
; ,tuccplioa perhaps, .... .
noUar* Annum TEBM8 in Advance.: WAOIIKGTOK, Oct. 28. : anger, fear %the most injurious of, the ho- .i.A, L .'n. .BmA.. .' .--.._.f1.-.. ............ !r.". ."..'. .. ."._.. -... ;
per t t.
"subscriptions? taken for less than Throe months.j B, Ike Pretident fk, Fmi&I; .Safe*
nnifM fiTC C fPtBiADVKSTISIBTG ,. THE MacniEF WEAKRESI"' Order repeetfoBr eolafced.orember Frisk Beet s. :
Whereas It has MESTAL per .t.- t. ,o..f'....U
pleased Almighty God ; chir.t ef pair.;....
: The principal Otthe "of .Pt'--tl.tM
during tho year,which is BOW comlngc/to ian cause sofierings ; .men lyNOTICE. .,._.....-.... -.-......._"."
Tiro doll*" ',,Square of Tea Nonparicl LtnM for end to relieve!our from' the lies in Intellectual and moral weakness. BaUer per&..*....;...... *4...<..... ._.a 1.1,
lrtto rtion : One eeaar for each sibsueit 1._,. fearful scourge of civil arid _.e SwectFo&ieciXrlta JIll..':... '... ..... I.s2i

t J to secure the blessings war of to permit us (ADVDmsKMErr.1FOB % THE ro-partnerahlp of FairrhUa heretofore'existing.:: under the I. ,".,-. :.I+ -.. ... UiI ,. :;
Bobtaaae. U dinoJred
I..J UeJaofcon: snade U>permanent advertisers.JOH peace, unity, and br *ea> 1 ., ,.
A COXOBEKS. 101I r the death otUr.R -
An '
harmony Mnou iadefet .1
a-great enlargement of civil WWaa-Xrfcett.' ;r"c' H
PRINTINGr h liberty and, whereas It give ua pleasure to perceive thai;among the list ed to the late I'lrm. req.' to eettte ,with the V Aasto fcj >..***sajas KSBK _, .
ourHeavenly, .Father andenigMd bnmedlateif. .. ._ .. .Jp$3Os
*tfr aaa "PI Uy executed: POSITIVELy THE i who to represent the Stats in thenext "
of candidate alpine
r..err style. has, also, during the year,.graciously averted the name otu.Jor W. U. rAnsoa The bmtneaa *ffl be coaderted at the.lame etawt hV .4 .}., l .
from the LARGEST Federal Oongrea the aabeeriber. .;.... ._.. .. '-
I' us calamities foreign war ESTABLISHMENT Hi card U presented In another column CI1A&AvFAIBCaJLD* : **..".*".:. ,
pesti-- appears. JTaekaonTHte. Oct;:30,1865 :JIISt.... ...._...._....... .
11. .
Tae flowing i*Medl eriIe*m re &rt orired toreceive Jence and famine while our 1aries: Few men are more generally know c-t& .M, .ft_._ a S
u. Art for the FIortdc U&Del wID full of the fruits of abundant are througSuttte State than Major rAneen.his po doa :--.t......... ...M.g -

IIIblCriptiODl.04 advertisements at our advertised an season ; and, CcDllIitry of Chief Pay Master to the Confederato troops. baTingought s. S POTTOS. S ., I '. 4
whereas, risbteooMiess exalteth a\ nation, ThlT I br him into personal relations with ilmct every W. SKINNER, 0r......'f Sn._...-.f.I.f. ........a.. SIAS&sg
ra- SJ1I.1U& T.'kj Cttf.POSCE while sin is a reproach any people. : soldier that Florida bad in the field. He is w. believe p 4 U'n.GEO N D I' .........* ..fl'.....,..... .
F. 1. Sanderson.jj4Kr NowftoereforeJAndrewtJohnsonPresi. i the only one of the candidates who was In service 1 on .EN 'T.JACXIO .' Good itMiTji tI :', .un ...I.t .......r.r.v.v.7a ..; :C
1l 4n.JosV'Heo Cow" KODtIeeD dent of the United either ride during the late war. The friend ef MJ.r TLA S .
J.l. 1)ISI8OJ. QIa1nc7., States,do hereby recommend : AnIon speak confidently of hi*5UCe'I.nd being a Office OB Fonjth Street brtweeu Waahiocton IKear. Yorte* irk. ?.. S S
I"! lcKorLET k Bci 1DcaaoPT;; to the people thereof that hey do set !. gentlemen of liberal education and enlarged views wbo Adams Street Ceddeaee Cooaerir oeetnte p.4F F .1a1It T..1S. 7.u.

.TrKwrall McGr Providence. apart:and observe the first Thursday,of' De. i, ia thoroughly posted in political affairs and alive to thebeet b ennett. Nor b1 ..0 .l-__.........._........Ni.......; L41 .V47
--- cember I,. interests of the State'we doubt if a better repreI 'M4 .... ..tIMatMCommon
as a
!the ty national Ttenkrgiving to I tentative could be chosen. Os or TBS PAIOIXD. DID GEO. E. Jr1ra....... .....,......,...._..._.10.Ie
be from Creator
It will seen pur advertisingcolumns of the universe p It. .cPHER80N.y.l.clan .
W for these delever- Jacksonville, Nov. 18, 186*- bo8ea. .- 4

that our city i is about to be visitedby ances and blessings. .. and. Surgeon. toaTsdiraWtnVsMgr .;rr."r.1: wanes ''t
And: do farther recommend ome. comer ofOel'and Forsythe rare rowdaoop .......:...... ._g.a.II' S
Messrs. STONE ROSSTOX & MURRAY'SfacoF. occasion the that, on that tUr ducrtistmtnts. Realdenee etA;M. heed Th.' siroeta, W--Ir.a.IwaDdI....;....__......1 IS aJ1. .
whold people make XoY o-1 0thera.........
confession ..............III1I. -
Our Savannah and Charleston ex- of our natural Bins*gaiast His Infinite goodness -' ,--S_ -, ___ _. 1'aae7'asra de..._....;.4 ......-.1t8a1&. -
in of and' rith' Common .. ._..... ...... .......... .
cha-reSi speak high terms the. perform* one Heart and one mind< im- :1>. C.Commission. c'BY, VALUABLE LOTS Nm S 41 4
ploie the divine -.5 Oood tochoaee tad a a........:,._......f W ill. .
ances of this company, and the citizens oljon'iflc guidance in the ways of. national Merchant I IN JACKSONVILLEJFOR 'SALE Bye floor (saperftnex.... ..............iia <
and virtue and holiness. C aoa meal---.1.......4..I 00 .

vacinity may In testimony whereof have hereunto ,AND TT valuable Coaa-z. _.._.._......_.1 aoruesZadwbs ,.
] entertainment. We bespeak for my hand and caused the set DEALER NAVAL STORES I ncr Lot. 105 by 88 feet, Southwest ear. C aacneoaolsrand ....... ..- ,
jgreeable seal.of the United &anti NeW'DaD Alec the lot{108JaekaooTiOe cbTTsTh -.- '
the Managers a crowded "ro1."' States to be affixed. REORGANIZATION FOR BALTIMORE, MD. feet square) Southw.t Road eomevefBsyse4C.4 ,streets, I .were bIc.Ow miAAISeIVMM at"1M..; ,

Done at the city Washington this twen- A GRAND : Post Office Box 359. Depot. For terms appIJO Dr. A. i ng. tnvta order to ea> .ebIIp4 saMaco"t's.
SOUTHERN'TOUR Nov. 17-3mp the mark4 S
., efrng....
lIlt. EDITOIL-Among the many Candidates ty.eighth day.of October, in the year of ;HOT. 4-tf MO''at oar oytattatt aiaetsdTTse sssnj woes

for office that you will doubtless be: our Lord'one'thousand eight hundred For Season of I J866-6. EDW.G. HILTON F. M. RANDELL. about, o.. WeQBOte:_ \ .
and sixty.five, and of the independence SAT.L1IfNAJI. JIZW OBK' -5 --5 N.O.r. .
oiled upon to announce for ,the various I I of. the United the ninetieth WILL EXHIBIT AT JACKSONVILLE, '- U. S.. MAIL ........:....O. *i -* '4'e" .
& RANDELL. LINEG ........... 'Is '
offices in the gift of the people at the,coming --. ANDREW. JOHNSON. Monday and Tuesday, Nov, 20th and. 21st. HILTON $iSfSSS& fc U ilia IDi4411q.....M M 14 W 'M BT

election we know of no one better qualified By Ute President: Afternoon and Evening.The WHOLESALE GROCERS I'S

to serve them, or having greater claims: ,upon L vTm/EL'Sewanl-.,.Secretary.. .. of-State..- ; 193 Bay Street, near Barnard, HELEN CETTY, Quotations for ,Unctarent M nTBy. ;

than your Associate Editor r.H ums I PiNAsciAi EarDCATEs I COBBECTXD -WXXXLY BY A B.MTCOBMICX.Augusta. '
FOR 1866.-It is es S b SAVAXXAII, GEOGIA. Commll"te4'bj Captain JL ingnihain 1i Ip& .. ; ;
gTEELE. We therefore noun him as a timated id the Treasury Department that if -5 Arc Constantly'Receiving per Steamers from .m anenhly.a.the line betweea' Savannah flin'.i. .aa4 5 ''0B0U0h. ; : S

for the office of State Senator Xrom the War.Department succeeds placing its M uy7nandlna touching at Darien iru Insurance andBnkinf_ Company.....! coats
Candidate estimates proportionately 10\V with New York, RiTer,to I'a1atk. ,aDd alllud1u .'011 the. 81."" I Bank of Angtuta.;....-.............,_.....,,...IS ato 4
the Counties of Clay and DuvaL the those of The Large and mot Complete AH.sortment She wm lean Savannah carrying the U.8.MaiL Miff oc Atotfu*_**....;.:*... .........IT acts -
Navy Department for the next fiscal year A.M. arrive every Saturday 10 o'clock BankofCabuabaa......e.........:........:."u crate
MANY VOTERS.ANNOUNCEMENTS. that the entire expenses of .the government orGrooerieH in the City. len.for, at acboDYlUe on Sunday and rel1lt111ll BIi1I msk otOnni aaea_.................'... .' eeate

-_ ----s' -I. for 1866 will be about one hundred millions' ay Orders by Mail, accompanied by. Remittance Savannah every Tuesday aU o'clock A. Bank Fulton......_.............i.... , rests -
of dollars promptly filled at lowest market price. 'NOT 171m *, ,For Bank Empire StudS....... .<........._... cents
exclusive of interest on the public : 'i1 : or0 Freight engagement or Pawajre apply on board Bank Middle Georgia........;............,.eases .
debtKrhlch'Is now one.hundred and sixty- S : Na MILL SITE FOR SALE September 23-U' JOHN S. 8.UDUS k 00.. Bank ofBaTaJUIIh.- ... ......j........_..49 rents
r.r Governor. < five millions dollars. tIt is.,claimed that Agmra.UXCURE..OVT :Bank of State of Georgia........:............ cente
the internal revenue will S most desirable on St. John''II River. i iTHE i Central B.B. and Backing Company._......70 cent' d
gf We are authorized to announce DAVID S. meet the total sum THE T. E. BPCKMAN. 'VND8. City Bank ef .a..P..i..'.........!..! candidate .' expenditure to say nothing of the revenue Nov 17-1m Coin'u Lumber Merchant. SUBSCRIBER TOLL PAY TIlE HIGHEST F Ft.nDeI'a'd lee1t.....;.....;._ ..._12 .
WALKER of Leon Counts, u a for GOTtnwr to be jderivedfrom customs. Manager would price for nncurent fund GeoraIaRB. U141la..hft'ftl.u coats

of the State Florida, at. the ensuing election on .. S peetfuDy election state that in A. H. KcCOR1IICX. Marine Bank...........'...*.....!......(Q coats ,
instant ,A NEW SOUTHERN NOVEL.-About the of Artists for theColossal r&A C. GIIJLIS. Jacksonville Oct.. 21, 1ct. x."., *BaDk.*....;.......>'... .......... eent' ..

1hi2 beginij1g of the Hon S Merchants' mad Plautces'Bsak.,. ............101 costs
Sovember 11-td.t liardM war, Henry W. Hil- AT LAW WAltIdJ.A Planters'fl.nk.5................;.....44....12 caW
--.- --- O. of Alabama had readr for the GOOD Union Bank. .............a........'.....1 i ats.

For. LJent. Governor. press a work to be entitled Dt: fYa"n,= which 0 I JACKSONVILLE, FLA, i,* matter BAKER of AND the Business cONPWIXONER.and baring on THAT Timber Cutters Bank.....';......i.. ..."..?...__.y ceotaSOUTHCAROLCfA. S

4 y We are authorized to announce WM.W,J.KELLY was captured at Nashville upon the fall of ALLSANCE recommendation can find employment and good a good S S _S .:
.for the office of Lt. Governor of Florida.,' at the that city. Mr. Hilliard after great trouble '. JAMES :I. BAKER, at.Madison C. H. .. JAMES ROGERS. Bank Camden...............;...........1S asia A :,f
succeeded finding the 3ISS. and during 14. 18M-.m Vadl8oa C.ii.. BukOfrIem.-. ...........13 cent -
election on the 29, but. recent visit to New York a it hal been the BaAkof Cheater..:............ .........1* cents
S.-. placed Jkem in the to Proprietors'detire ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTICE.Hilton Bank of''.- ........... ........_...Ucemt*.
For Secretary"of State .rwa hands Messrs. ,.Blelock& Co., the well ty that no secure such a vane Bank of EsmbsrX.S: .?.;.....?....15 eanta
mown publishers 19 Beekman = patron shall fail JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Bead I Bank of ; .........18 oats
We are authorised t6 announce B. :'kT3J1. street, who : to find In it much that will S. C., K8W'b'f :
were to have issued the book in Octo- .-_ =: instruct the mind and SV Office at Mrs Hcndenona. Nov 18-Cmp t. OCTOBER 20, l&w. } i BaDk ofloalli...*.... ...........1, ,
qsii4iiteforSecret&r7OftheStaie of Florida, her. early the attention. '.enchain ALL person indebted to the firm of DDKBABS Baak of the State ef 8oeACaroh ._.......U eats
at the approaching election on the 29th lust. It is said byjudges who have examined are requested to make lmmad.iatepaJIDeDt ''I Conimeseisi Dank Ctambl*...............10 cats :
the work to be one of the most chaste and S Plantation for Sale. on or before the lt of November next sad aU IerIOU; 'F-u"-.1IaDk .._..._..:....:12 cease : .

XovemWrliUgf fascinating novels presented to the American ( TIlE BRILLIANT VALUABLE having demand against said. firm wd please present Farmers.?;t.big,!;.'..... ...........!10..eee '
W. aw authorised to'' anaoonce JAMES T. U A Plantation at Blonnu Ferry. Fla.. them for payment. DUNBABS FBAST. Mercbaatsacw4'.. ... "".... ..._.12_ .
public for a long series of years. consisting of 375 acre of land, 125 of which aren Nor. 11-2t !
JTAGBZC, Esq.. u a candidate fo* tbe'. Office\ of Oluster i cultivation, and the remainder: easy to clear ; together PeGpIee''Aaa1r.12 teat* S

Secretary of State, of the State Jt Florida, at 'the approschlng ANOTHER FEARFUL CATASTROPHE. ,4 with a good dwelling house with 8 room*-In S PIa aa4..t-It eak4.; . i OIIISS' 'j

election, on the29lh Instant.. New York, on the morning of the 29th ulti I' Of 4 which are fire-place-a good dining -room and C. PARKHUJHST. & CO-I South Western L B............ ..."."..'.*."..".lf.n eeIda coma

the magnificent Albany steamer St. John, on kitchen attached ; together with all the necessary outbuildings UnionBankV. ...t. "....;-......;:...-...45 Cats
November 11
td etch '
a plantation
on ; a* gin home gin and "
43- We are authorized to announce SAMUEL 'B.SESSION'S her amval was the scene ofa- most 'terrible CELEBRITIESwhich grist mill, crib, stable. cow pen, smoke houses, DEALERS IN. ? 40' KOSIH CA&OLJ3TA. -. **. : *

calamity by which nine lives were instantly milk house, :.. tc. BaakofCai......_........: 1.:.....20 mate
at a candidate lor'the office Secretary sacrificed and fifteen persons horribly wound Also store and lot to be eold with the abore. For Bank*f Cbarlota-.........;...i.-...-;;.;...," cents, S
of Site at the entuing election., d.As the steamer I adorn thiFamed farther partienlan to price, tc., Inquire of W. "0. STAPLE DRY GOODS AND Bank efQ&sada* ..!..........}...:,t.".:.!. ..
was her
-. .-. rr r nearing dock Jeffrey, at JacksonTiHe or address the rabacrfber.JAS. JIMk.f.u.......... .&.._... o.3 -sa.
For Attorney'General. in the North'river, opposite Hoboken, the Oircus L. KINO GROCERIES Bank otYajett, .......... ................-s 5
boiler exploded, blowing away several of the Nor. 18-Jt Bloant '.Fla. Ttantur Tjyrfajfrm.;-.....-.... .........21 cairn
Iff We are antborixed to announce Hon. A. L. staterooms and either killing or all S are S Bank ofKortt Cfcrofia*....."....i..;.......:.. cats
WOODWABD,as a candidate for.the office of Attorney the inmates. scalding even unparralleled] in their MILLINERY Crockery, Tin and Hollow_ Ware ,and ,a I BankotWade tOTT......_...>....; General for the State of' From statements of' eye wit- specUhie* f GOODS. articles Kitchen Furaitnre. .also .Rope. Bask ofWb1I.IP........... ......_.._.... .
,. nesses, the accident,was evidentIy the result 0 ARRIVED. large and weD elected stock of B agging.Twine and other article ComsaeretelBankef ..........13 -_
..4 of gross carelessness; the engineer, or his The magni&'centIS JUST suited to the want of this community. The highest Market price paid for all kinds of Com FarnMMerdi BakolJrGl'l1a.:..__....15 '
For Comptroller: Geae laL assistant having been discovered Order from the country oUcited. and carefully and 'try Produce at the new Store next,door to the Poet &...... -....._.. cats S
asleep S
zWe: are anthoriaed to amwumc* HUGH ARCH. : previous SCENESS promptly filled. Office.- S 4 ,A1AwIwL., --
to and at the time of explosion. Baring associated with Mr. E. Onier. of thia C.'
ERai a candidate for the office of Comptroller of theff _. .. place we are prepared to furnish me all who may nwor A.B.PARKHtTRST.HUS8ET. Beak d ,._.... .S...;...._......n.Biak .. .

_JIt.Lo_._. tt.1_ ___. 6__I1._.v fl44__IntlL_, ., LIST OF LETTERS S- THE a* with their patronage.. U. A. HATTAIR, Jacksonville Nor.11. 1B65.DIAlUES -tf. ofKo.tgemes.........:..J .._...
formerly H. A. Barnes. Bank rfSfthnas ......... ._... ....;_..u. _
W'are antbotised to anaotmceFBAKK PHILLIPS REMAINING In the Poet Office Jacksonville. Fla. Boom at Mr. A. Oilier1 Nor. 4-1m s ksWS Baal..;..................13 eaata S

,Eaq.a a candidate IromWeat ,Florida for the :, FOR 1866. c.a..aBaak........**>...*...............;.. _
p Gl2UhIAS' un EaEmAenricbed : JC.-as..Jt_.;.............._ .......21 ea,. .'
office of Comptroller General of the_Bt of Florida A a8 Public NTADTING the Berenne and other Table. item x_ ...a......_.. 5 .

49We armantaoriiSl t announce e Cot 'Lewis O. Andrew L M fUvmpWaJ Auction.L I, orandnm Book of erery kind The Life of Csear.p 8o. .thern.mmUnin"I" ..., ....__.:. s
Andrew LB are and beautified following (4amaged) ?L by L.Napoleon and other new work and-.. -

PTLx .for thei oiftcaof Stale'CoBrptroller, at' _the 'com., 'B ton I Hno.4m by THE sold ot public auction on Thursday next. 23rd L For ale by DREW ft OAKLET,. ,
D. k O. Ain
S are for the sale of JlACBbI IOP
Agents *
log electton. Thomas Anders FLarteinsJamee instant. 12 o'clock nu, at the storehouse of Post Cog. Sewing
Machine, and offer the same attbe New York '
BrackettWmll miasary, Jacksonville. Fla. November 11-tf prices keateAtai JackmTffiete 3" S
1.1 Jlilelaeu.-., BvteiCotorBisbee Little BeT S I GORGEOUS 13,130 pounds of Salt Pork Imn.c eay order ea.kie UM fbnainese
: k Canorer Meaara 2. M 4,458 Bacon with neataeae and 4ep4ch.
n. We are' 'authorized to 'announce "LEWIS L B Butler MaedonalObldtlcfurs p I, 11.005 '. .. FlourELLWOOD MABKET.OYSTERS .:. :

I'I..IKINO.candidate lor Soljcitor_ the Eastern Brown George Daniel Paraphernalia OIlIEST Capt.It C. S. _P. 0.-il.Grist JIDJ'is r-M /'

Circuit. BroerJohnrBrown Morgan Benjamin Jacksonville Flo. Nor. 1-It OYSTERS I I faruaniaf order wnleaday. .w b., .. .
James P Murphy June F ANDSUPERB '
-- -
-....- Baker Ja Mather Luke 2 ; J '.
For State Senate.Mf BoaIwick Dr Wm D Michel Duval County MediCal'Societi.., ,.
..subscriber takes .
this method of announcing to _mst S
BtggiCU Marvin jAOUoxvaLc, Fio Novo'4th. 18C5. THE 111'f8.
ty area. @tborh to Mzwonee O8IAS 'BUD-- MemJMfcWPMnier MUSIC. poblice that he under tor 41 .
many obligatIons 9. .
taker BerDtnrton IlO'C3D'TBZ
KDch.UDTJFJ At a meeting of the Dnval County Medical \ "LtDDB
.as ft. .'4 for State SeoaUr. from the Charles -" Bird* .- ,;; 9 held this day, the following resolutions were. unanimously past to favors and hopes la the.tanto be always ready MMa.pb.that' Jocaa.4 Ia Mptace

: DUttiet eonpoaed the counties of day and DaraLWeAre Black John W "KRrraI Dna -, MESSRS. adopted, and ordered to be published for four serve his friends the town and country at short ad kpepsnd d. 1& ..
notice with the ben at
.. .C McOesiNA; ; successive week in one of the city paper, oysters the lowest pricesby the tteateit od lateet etjWa.. BecidMteeeB J'a' ':.
V w $aatixorlae iSO pvmoBe Oe&'eaiialdAle .- Jo ConUcrWmKXx Jmtoa John Kaoletd, That'the laborer being worthy oIbia hire" S the plate quart or.baaheL betWcaWIa a sad -s' '
he offiee Of State ''Senator > J ; STONE all bin for medical due Price per baabel.J..D. coats oocaptodbylLC.lackMwrCe. J&I -
for( eeep1a Marr ton Jasper eerrScea. are, on' completion
JominsB I 1. Price per quart.................40 eeats = .>
1' from Kaaau enKnrjr.. ,, Cne'e flick xlxoaTJIXoftonB N In of service for liquidation rendered a*soon; and after that they a*practicable.will be handed Price per plate..............IS cents ..8iPetetoea.r.uat. >: r.
Per dotenoobs2fshe..10 coats
sa Weare: aathoriied to"WIUT 3olePBJouly JohnCameron '. Rosston & Murray Rttdvtd.and That administer while we are willing to do the work of .At the Jacksonville Market, ItaD No.. Peteteea!II! : : : ':
P cAarirjr to the truly indigent, made so
- a candidate for the f3ee of State Senator ,D.E. CHASE .
J A Price by misfortune .J
stem or providential affliction yet that we do
from Columbia eoenty.' : .. Clark W November ll-.3w P.O. Box: IS 5D1'.a S
PelaUSbrsJkPinkner S having banished the antique not recognize persons*object of charity, who'are --5 S taaheb Coca '
'. CanoodTeoosy Leonard --' _- -- style, aud reached perfection able yet too lazy and dishonorable to make efforts iipey Howfatssofeand fcrchasers. Ida Ik ejitniltwe) ...

For State X>$llat > Andrew PeUrJ __ tale exhausted nan decline to extend to all such unless .TAX.T.AU ILL. '
We authorized to announce JAKES A. bj.Piospertfatbew ..___ = : or act our service -Ik .'I-it" 'AWd"A4 "
Kf .
> John _
mry paid in advance. S '
INSURES against lass by I fire on dwelling booses' 5- : 5--- -)
PEDEK a* fanflMftfl for EcpreaentadTe to the Leg-. DuelaneyjohnA B JUtolftd'That Where professional services have been stores churches academies, hotels stables, bame, :z._ WAXW1. '
DavkDrOWlDantoU BoHnsjsj Moses Hew Features and Fresh rendered, and parties who received them shall fail to :
iilatore from Dna Cottnty.Kf workshops boildlngs generally. Aba am koaa- WAXTID a..luP-_' Mas.tAvviy$055 .e
Milton H Robertson 1' make satisfactory settlement with bin her. or their attending bold merchandise ,
S furniture cotton in warehoueo
To TKI Tonn or DUTAL J-The frieada Drya4ale lob Ringstey James I Novelties physician we hereby stand ijre0 report plantation and other property, at:moderate rates oron 1 uct21-t : ,: ja&gioua.. : :- .-:.*- ,. S, :::

JOSEPH Kl;HADDOCE. annocnee Urn M a'nltablef Duster Richard IUpbeI B D such delinquents at our regular meetings for record; of premium. DBEW a OAKLET., ?MtaeDncSte. _S ;-i
otenhoffie A Bkhardton Dick and no member of this Society will respond to -.* i.
never before introduced any pro November 11-tf ,pJltlb Eet Florida. -
Wfti fiv'"fiejmeataUre te the General.A* emblj Mzon Jamest 'I -. .8 -. =-- the public to tensional can from such delinquent, until they shall '4' ,: To5MILDiRl;.; ..". ." .;

at the election to be lield oa the 29th iait. Eagle. FL E Sootherfl&tmon SuD1yInTbcn3alZabsnki have elan.made satisfactory liquidation with their pby i- '.' ULE'OJ'R2AL S8TA1Z.Otitb |>mr.nEl .m Iai 6dJaW.. ,. tteyOot.J '

JUST YOTZES.. WOIiam' ., Attached to this combine Ketntrvl. That in making out 15Ui' Ujr of December. I require'order.'emthls atrns-.. -
; 1mpkbadC. ; Uon our. we shall ree- "
'" areS of .s.o" _
teg -
u4 BrieL
.- .. .-_ ; ,, "J..1.; P .I Scott James M ognize aa the responsible party only in tamiliea. that be acid at public oat. before the Court & B1JnKtU '
F.icogea: I France Jaa B 8tenIUoa_Wood PROF. party in whom the right of property lies ; and our bin WILL door of Sowannee eonnty. at Boostoaxt -3m S 1f.
.. -- him- i Unnigan. James dtamee Francis' will be brought in their name whether may be the the lands u4 t*>it<>manti of William ;T. ifeZ.HBTUte La.JIt< : ..
a- The friend of Hoa.T;"atcEEOO awtoonee I 0 SaluBollGoodThoa4 bead. male or female, of the T'.
family. .
of, said county deceased consisting oi six kandred : ; "
u. ._, qioOlC_ I .' SiUv&nRU' S 'fr' Hut hingsons /tonlred.That we pledge our honors to work by these and twenty acres more or' lea, tnthi .abort ninety &lcR.a.Ir- -. .It ', : T.:. "

hreen Johnson' Smiley Job rules; and that any member of the Society who abs Ube f
acres in cultivation The land are .
Weare'QtMo 4ojLft aajce ,J.,:W: ... ofseparior ftmllty Shippiag p :SMJACK8O5TXLIXJFLA., .5.
-. ., Gordon Frank B Steno Hiram E known to have violated them shall be deemed no MART A. CHABLBS.ft '
J":Hamflton CJeoarj.iu a eaiftltate! ,. for....' ,Gnat Israel Slmoson WQUam longer worthy of its association and shall be dismissed JESSE. T.'McLEftAK.S a' 1. .> .- ..":"
Oroe*Oeo .I TRAINED from the same. ..' S
fromAJ ; : WeIbota.Nov.ll-U ft
pretenutlTe Ooojrew. 'SWed Ylorid*, rlGrant Administrator.FISK'8 ., S, : < "
A. 8.
Straiten BALDWIN M. D., President -
at the approaching election on the 29th Itiitint,; Charie.iH. Simmon*C'? HOLMES STEELE..). I). METALLIC' Larg*advances nude :lom ,--.r--ooqt .tJI rde
Noremberll =. S&oneGeolp promptlyWAJfTEB."v t-. & S
.__ Ihl1eJan1e1 uirena.JokflH E DOGS II. C. VAUGHAN, M. D. : p'2-, *
". .
43- We ira,aalhorized .to *nnonttce Hon. .D. P; -.T OEO. ILMcPHEItSON.M.. D. rJ___ 4t
HOOUE candidate tor BepreeentatiTe to the U. a.Conire Hill WiflIsm B. Turknett Lawrence .5. J< A. 8.'TODD. h!. D. .- S S. 53 > ; t
aa a Hll Adm Taylor AND M, J. MURPHY,'M. I>. -- .. S_ :. vi
-. :? g: .A. VJ .' -, ; "_ HoustonWIQiani II ThigpinOQ B.,P. DANIEL,,' M. !>? Secretary. WArfrtii' toeoalraawUhpertiM far _OlD:feet" f .
HartEUHartUL Tyler Sam Jal"J.80uylUeo.1'la. Nov. llm' p SAWWOSdvered-siP.A.O.L1: S
w We are aothorized to anaonnee DL THOMAS _._ ''' -S
ThomsiC .; -- --. -- --- --------- -- - -' Highest market price paid fiarosat eecA boo old
H. LIGON. u a candidate .tor BepreeentatiT to layneeETSBgbtOvWS Turner James 8 S Brass tad Copper. CAH t CO.'

Co. i *-, < .> ,* of- Ban: 'WInr Topllff, .Charles. W D -- _' TAKE NOTICE liE I ?.?constantly.on hand,and for CALViN sale by OAK., Od..2II-U *- J ckMftiiUtv Hu S

*3-We are authorized to annonce Cot W.M.!' ." : or.; 11-3mp --,
gadrtofk It.Prysdaie Messrs Webster B H. ,Jacksonville,Fla, Foaw1-rj .
CoQmb1a eoIIDt1 ii."tl1i4f"- ..otIee R' J Wise L W' ACUaof Iba&CIcatsg'* Ia1u4.
eDt&tlYe to CODgTISI. .t the eneI'i electkm OB the Johnson Irrtn VVootenSLWnUasWOliim ,MUL S7- ; CHEAP 1500 betw HthladIackcrak.Ulhcz_ .
S9thin t. Jones Capt Peter: I CASH. ;STORLS wnica are cleared s4OO oeses- '.' '& 1M -
( '.reftVeysBTCeUnmlainee' Weight Albert / the balance pine lano''Taepeicolca apply to ..CoLA. '
QWe are enthortxed to annoance kijor ,W. & It .* Wiley Wflhl&m.iahmeal Cantor -. S 5. Cabeand Kite ,. EDREHI & OC. AT,the old Post Office, South of the 3Iar- Jaetaoatai' or to the enteert : ; -
berottthepremisee t DAVB FLOYD.
lAxaoxaa a candidate*' 'ltej> .Bt tlTe 1iaCoBgre. King G A: S Wood ward El. S S WiQ show bow much lirelle HAVE mat received from New:York,'.a complete as- ket. Lake(3ty. will be found ODe of the beste- ,KoTetaber4ir S -. ;

at the approaching electte m tI>e 2t laat' C0.0.. Joe they are than all other Com! of all kinds Merchandise, ancn a* Jecte4 stocks orDr7 Goods and Family Groceries that :
C f 0- .-, .'L Barry 2 $ S 5 S : Mule"Trick Mu1e"FunnMnte r DRY GOODS Clothing.: Furnishing Goods' ,Boob ever come to this market. AU of which:T am. aeBlns; '
-For Clrculi J ndtS.w LyonAmasa 2 _lWDlla.ma_ VfH' .. : *., Dancing Mule, or and Shoe. Hats and Caps Groceries and Provision cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. S :Land for Bale.DE3tBABL2 .
Ftour, Hams, Becon Flab and Salt Nov.ll,18C5-4f A..D.8A.'nalwJa.L.

The friend of tbtf IJoofiMCSJAinN A. PUT- gjrInguIT... _. ',' .1S I.- .. :anyothenqusint fame for being.Mules queer knownto In Pew JJ and Shot Hardware.,Cutlery; ,, Glass and '- S -- _-- I aSee8o TABM ta Wee ootttatnlSC from V.990 aerce C..Zaw.bleh atauted'two S

XAX Mretri ; eaadldate for the office .L oJ their conduct. "'. Crockery "&rf'. -5- there'
1LeJda M1m Mary Jane Mimi' 54 j: WINES and Llquoracbnmpslgue. in Itnta and NOTICE. aetsbls4ing sad aceme- .
of Judge theCircnJt! cMBpoeed" of,tbe"eountie' *ef .Anderson Mary JS Mrs / Sarah Mrs :1.. Quart Segaw,Tobacco &..& ,- 'r1'.WJM ba..1 -.,.lIt7 "' s': .
Daft 8t Joha d 7.>nia Bi,*c.,te.1 9* & A.D&noa erea Tarry Mia "!, S. All 01 which we offer.for sale at low rate at who.0- THIRTY days after ctat.ppU; wtfl be made are cleared and cndettattee. g : :-0'. :
ApplvtoVr.'Pateer .\1.1 0. -
McCabe Judge Probat8, of BracUbr4 oul7. for Moeery, !, cr.J.
Albert EmeUmeABeaMatOda. KJ Ellen: Bale and retail. ;
laat. BeUerinff .
ton u beheld om the 29th Serember .. Mitchel Mariab MrsS V :':. I Country produce taken in-exchange. Merchant and lea" to ecU the Real&:fA.11.J4Oe5.310 of a aId .E.-Yaaur.1Ma- CtoTAT- '." '
that Jodg,.ppi ; -.Wr>cJxttT tki: ,. II:. Moore Ida Mrs ) & ,dealan are invited to call and eismlne our stock. county deceased.a rrotiNOT' : ,i- ... ; '- '

JnUtt of flu JaflHM tt&tVnj tM*> the Brown Cealy.Mrs I P. : : FuIDENnERGEDBEIfI A CO. lL-&t-. lI.U1Y'J. _" 44sti r-. S :_ i -
t1 we'bejqjeakltor blmin .. ""- Brown EMi.f.. jprimealudeiXli.Bori1 -. JootnnY.. .' : .: .
LiiarAXlm Primes MmeanberePaUaceyFanney.Mrs Nov IS-3m_ Jacksonville, Fl. I TOWINC. : .:.' \1V :
Xtt4'I" . : rsaAA,1I7s3tfl, c r = = ". .. l oIw ,CAUT k q., ::t'r:

1L0Lr4.u31 cd J i 1S *nce&' #- ,0. .R, I '; ". THE powerful tnewvTugiIT.: '8.', OBA T.C: pUin xAvrwr.*. O, .
Ort 1IpiAk Miss BickefiCilissBobartsteeL Sayn.liNe&s1College. ia BOW permanently the river tor the 1rfE.UI- S 'S
U t4a tg-fcr Jade*, of'tte Bowannee__ : Clark Amy Mrs Begular Coarse ofL.ctnreiwWbegin o aU' purpose of towing Vessel*, rafts fee. .' uG1xw..MW:3LiL: *ntf' .. :

Coj t. .- '.' 1.. /., ; Carrey XsteMjy \Robinson BaleyjflasBigens THE ,.'the 20th November,and will continue for .4:1.. L, .. ..MlltIco.. : ., ..: i'D'o --.. .. '.', ,'"., ':;, .
; : r CumiingSillarMlsCUrkfioflyMrs Martha four months. The season has been delayed for !two HOT.11-tf ,4t. \ ..
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.bi4iISi. t. I.a.'P ''--Ia".l.- Bf trti IJTHtsttl hEoblaonFIler '' .- weeks by the oecupatton of the College Building for .. & 5- : I- \.PJS !: : S :1'
7.rlndt..tWr ; JO: hospital purposes by the forces of the,United Staid'. 'pt.S.t$4._ .: "l... .! t-.
The friend ef A. );_.him.M.49TUMendeofB.lI. I ,8 -0 : 5- :
JAMES It. B..P.., S S F. W. tUJBS4a. '-5-- ...... ". "
a endIdM.for the tias IUa1SdPI'ety 1 D f' gaamtss PI XiIi Public;Attenllon Is called to the .1ov18-1t -- 5- i S i. : 'S..i.- i "I mr-: :00. .,.. I.", .'
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C- Dues Emn*JO. IShd4I4I1IP.flII; 5- r. S S
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at&be e .wsar 5- 5 "rFatio : '. rkofleyEmmaMnSmith ".' r" GRA'N"D S ----- .- -' eoU: o1zaxita. lU0Tzby :_ & ',: .

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BOEG. bVi ."oPMU I Anton: *fcEUw. .' J8m1IIaJrtt ., tree' : nU f n" FOR.ALE. BAT, Bttocr.MERCHANDISE. .-v *"r: QA.; : _.', $ A ---" S 'T. "oj -.-''. S
kJ r'Ea,4enODJIArr' .
Probate: S < I '
a candidate for the offiee of Jodge -S gmaBwoodAnnTtflaOlbe I 'Septemb5er' If S S
.) Valuable Water Lots., D.kta. .: 5- : _
rjItheei.MJOr0IIhII9th.. .,:_ '0 SaHiTautJatteMias. ; OP THE GYMNASTIC MIRACLE OF PBODUIItDER 'LU1CB2Q c
..' Juley gonenssmra;, : : I OFFER FOB sale thai valuable:property.known :HAIE5LRT: BoUIt'- "'.:, :::
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: DettiMltt.5nUMnoaAmmaVr" SmaQwooflDmcinia mn tr nj if iUtatJD'1t: I : / ; :
Oerk"OMurtU.; V Gibson- -' .. I the Foundry Lot*. They have a,froal on the Blvery : S 5 I ', ., :, .
The fitedf ia.n ttKmno Wm aa a Bifitonssopniomiss8asTtr > AOleeVand are HO ftel I 4eep.0 VWttLLUt- ,. : confasie empseiThDy s ctted'i4 will ra- (Utt Oar* I
0131.4 J5l ,' : nnb mime, ._ ,o .' :' eeived strict ai'ithaM 4M,Ywvd :Ens i H*' :CUtf -:/ Ori "1- / > bs.4lS '\
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" r.&l8._04tdei.._ torOL- ,.f&M. '. .".CMc* ** ,.>f- thai';,Orc..-,"*-tt''' ..' HarwoodW-.Mn U'tn.AftI' ..'. ; Simon" .*Bese' 1'Ml' tI_ F1Y1', in.the .A.1r S, \ HOT.W, 1t._ 5- ---5- -_' JacksoBviOe. Fla,. .- ID4 ptaPdemw4&.aS.. > ; cJm,- ;,--.. ;Oct., T 14A I' :' 1rQRNEYpI, THE ,,S :;,. '- 5- .

- ( ._. HamOto Bars*Ann Mrs_' .mflIefli1AM; !_ 1" S 1I7tMlDtrtpl4r." _,. PsEcu'rio4 pFAoIA: $ .'' < 'j,":: I
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vori4g .' 'i '. : Ilam.7.d n .JIOvx.' MAX' F
joog.Mi : WtftsJn1I : : WITOEBA'BJTUATIOX. ur'A .5- .;L.:1ir.. :
. Q-n.fdsada D .C1I w.j .'.; WilaonManrKbs'wmsme S :":, ,. .WGTOES OF THE-WORLD. .. S pI tI al' Hd... mmd. r ntmfti fflnrn n < i/ ,..0.:. ,.- -S
'1' : 3MiY.ti Martha'MI*. ,: < 'l'r.1IlDIeA4I4.Gra"11OU S KibftWoa,will.t giremBostonAJ 'S.-. 5- ,___ ._ 5 5. -5.rv--- r'. psrtieIin&ddemtieUert 0. ii.7. tJ Bai.k L,.I :*.:e.." t .,;: ,; >
.Ultte for&be 0IIIee 01.01 Danl coot1 <' .iartn! P*>> ___ATE.Vairiat Ab nancA' (
oI Mba 6jaeintto th 0' array. OcibSitc
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attU 8IIIaiqk= t".-''X .0g laos Jane Mrs. tWixt)iaruet Mrs ,F 1it2fl. iVSJ4Ir1,0 hII.putouI.dbap.'m? a fully writteinutd. famished. for aU work'required. .to . F !* 'H.l ;"F"jIb.c;. ,:.. ."';;: S
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.. : ." j'r ,. > -",r .I" f S ", .ADiI1SfON' : .j-f', Si 4ou. S S -"i"I;$ :1" T : ... ...' os.'ta. .< *.' C* *.-l ._ $ J11") -
4-- '' U-. ._1a .J1 ;., J bln JolDllilaad the repairing i&Fnrnitara, ; ttanded ': .. ML .." +:;
'j' : .. ', _.J i e.. L and TEX UtJUB ASD : r1d "11 4 ;
e..a'.r:: ....< -' ; : ,:oaa.c'z: :< .$1.10 to promptly aedalso.Tariahing.:? A chare o(>..puhBe HOUfiBSAlso .ti '. '
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1I'DB. rw.p.t r .t4HJI 'I 1 -< 9 .!..,.... ..' .:4'riiL..ooa IIi.. In rear of Mr. Warrock'staN Bay XUV '. .J ", ... ._ .,.\ T- ., .
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j t "- A FUKTHEU. ; AI Acthb1'r.'oyds. BP.ftJtIl.1'11oCElmnms.. 4., "1 ADVAKTAecp love antl dninrcha QFpBeetniiYflys>'frue'gopdTame: cOTey, be- 'l86 fAURApE: 1865.: j JMf tf s : 1[I D. W. & A : ::: ( T ; SYSAMM1S1tO} "J.-; 7- :

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5iTbcDosto cn ijJ.\'be' t 1 I.
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: do good to thq body \ybich: it ..a com-' Wbbj4alOai1dftOtIIIi .
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: .quyojuitsecn the Baser- VotoAtotlieCharVari ; p.'mics. but JfiS Arf'bfecacoiiand; !t"1'. .' i '. el '.llIg

;.t : 'of Rio de Jnnc1rhthzsh, like (Bat of St.. Peter, cures, the diseascsuofWsrklnd i D flIrSTt. I" t orJvarcllhg,

? 4. in a political.and comic-point'of fjSjy .jJnom ': thm''I.' lIe' 'of glory? f dpabf," FRESH ARRIVALS I I'J yI,1r;: L .. '

1 bht whiic'h'rcectcd from honesty, such ns ; i .. B aytYceWJaOkflfl1C. .i\.ND -
to"1rsJi.P? than ,publication <" !
any Ds the g1oikf Ca lpd :Aii&t1des i i but it ; : -- -i'-. I 't. .

r ( in qtrf antry. This namVe&jhas.$ Jwbjsni* : l.armfu.l tdcti totli nI is, .,seldont 1 1f4S .. _. i trcftld call the itixotiSm ofiea1cmaM on*tiin- rhUlJUKo'mna J

\ graying and two capiial ton mot* orf Agassiz;'' beneficial tq any\.n 'hfts\he| : hvesi.wh; \ ., to Medidaw,Y&nc1ArtIc1 elect..ortment.of,P&ntsOfls,'Window Drng-;.Patnt GUsa j GENERAL ---4

'j showing the rerj/higkwP ciatina-fn which it is'ld hbil,fterLJls' thfLcannotsay, be-. OF.- ,. :! '} SUtlon&rjtc., .*, *c., aniong'bIch: m4r be f ound .>r_ I I '

.q1use.t love not philosb hy merely 'notional ;. ., SDJphateQ .,..- .-- ;, ":1 vi; I .
naturalist isie1dnBrU : '
the great :f- and conjectural and nwi.who .lias 4 :: 'to OastotOil--, .
no made ,
: IL' p-i .
; ."A'jhpri'time the'l'rblfessor? the .. > T; i Cream 1artr.:' *-- ; ; : (
arrived .
iJxperiinent ]JIa.slJccno'ldnd as lo come ., .: ,. '. . '... .' "" .R A Y I ,MEECHAHTS
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Invited ( V ? ._ : / ; Calomeli -i- A- ,
.t lUoVhe was by the .Em Orer. and back'and'infomi us. Upon th'8whole matter : .: 4B1ae'Uass. : _.L.I.4..' j ., &
the President of Pedro IL .College, to deliver I account a person who has '-jnoderatc Nt 1. ._:. G O"OD..S.: : ; -',. 'I'* t Sulphur, 1.- # Groceries : - -- --,-_. ,

: a course. lectures on the'gtecial _theory.}in. mind and fortune,'and \yfiMn th<\ vcrsa-i .' .I 1.. .." "' .- ; ." .. ) r'l"'I' '' MagnesliAiC. : : :'.IAXD:. < 2,. flAXMI .. .

the French language. The.hall.w. .'tlle. ton! of two oilhreeVgijeeabTe mtuus,; litl! /: '.:' : ; ,., Vj! .c' >*-|, : ; -t ., I i : ,
cepdoti'hairof.theTedrbfiegundoa OoHeg little'commerce In the world'besides\ wflis' II 'T./ .-: : { *, :. i ? ;, patentTovrusend's MedJe1ne ,.. 'tt I I Pro" : : : '. ;
: :
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room which contains six: hundred people. 'esteemed well cnbo g.b.l y1JilS 'few, '''neighbo, '. ,:L: _.'h-JjA J'jf1'.i- \ ;':.. .i. '.n. ". t Ayer's Sarsaparlrla Sarsap&rilla, 4r-j: 't\"; .-$:.4t'J. : ; : B.A.Y tr2EET-: : :

AgasizfuscdflCOi1tid! On each that know him,' irreproachable ': : ',- ". : Arer'CVrrTPeetoral, ,.;,. .;.}. '.Jt .. ; ,
'' /S: :i; ; : ".!Tv T- : .. .::p i ; ; .
i Ayer'iA.g'o c 1
the Tour Oqn
lectur ..:
cvenihs 65 twelve hundred b anybodyY'and so, aftcr-a Tiealthful quiet ; : ., .. :: I indau ChoJqop..*,".Aat. ..',; .; ., : I
pcoplejo'ught: admission. The most"distinguished life I before the''great inconveniences of old "< :' :' ... J JSDa Jat4i JtU1 .... ?}' "- Io tH &-'.$! FLORIDA !
.professional men, noblemen' and 2 goesniore si\cnt1YQut of it than ho came l : > : : : ,Ba4w&J.Beme rt.Jt," : statesman were there; the Impcrialialaaily: in (foil jvotu/JiAoi niucli ; :. : '. -,'Pa.hnestock*Y.nnikgi. .('. ", ;,.- 4 -. _
haveJiim SQ. 7 I
: assjcry 'r w... ..._.. .. ., ., : ),Worm Cd iSout1iAmerIcan i-' '4it ". : -
refusing to I>e seated'on !the usual;.elevatedJfliX I in the eSiiy HhlSInriocent deceiver the -a.- ... .Of- rerefarioingne r rI NOW '

'! )cScBeats dem craticaIY"Wi"n4! : w rl l/us Horace alls'hiiD .thi 'muta;; perso'jia C 3'LAGEB, Brown's Ee: ,.Ginger- '* : "y ,." '-7.Remedy; f ,J.* Goods.OPENING ever*fferedfc THE' sale LARGEST la the State

'oj 4 ience;4lt! 1$said that Agassiz-was'ncvcr. -., ::4\ I take"to have been his Wtnlqw SoothtDr'SltUPf. '. .:.:' ,: term as should induce Country and other;

;. forcd4qiicntwhhle,1i/ his natn'e language,, patt,'t1m1 Iie atC t.'actors,, thatf fill :the U-tt'.L1e-BalJ ,,. .,." ""'\r I to st least price our goods before pur I
{ VelpeaafcBetnedy, &.& '. t other market The ,
di&ipuingiu.a'c\ty ,where -a 'popular' 'ie. witb3tivljind noise ;, than'Agustusliimselfvwhaiislced < y following are among
stage ;
nayi'evcn; Unstan Liniment ; .
*' #;, _., "43.. &articles comprising our stock
ture had never prevlously been given! .with: h1s last Is. now. opening. one, of the. largest, Stocks. 'R r"lbTcIft UerwortsndTsr/ y > ,- : :
't\ ', Af+f./i-1 se of the first lecture the" 'iO., "breath;\ -hfcthi'er2hid hacThot, t t played. his. farce : -* 1Ixer,'.. : ;-- -. ''. I BUTTER. :. GOOJS.
." festfnkwayEaid that :he*would I .v:'vl.well.. .. ,r of f GOOD$ ever offered in this market, consisting -.: .i J?British' Bateraan'a on, nirorrti, &c."- *c.> ,i CHEESE, : U SPBAGUE'S
to ,
gl&d answer objections or 4difficuJ- : r. .. .
any -e.r' Photograph AlbumsIiackgammofl ? .
tics regard toj the j.aclnJ! 'jtbepry; "JI Ou1thisi of .Boards, 'ACR,. !.
-.l : AjijEGGAn ATE. The Boston"Iler4
Blank. Books. ,., ._ 1'
: a
f6se. "gentleman.-of AMERICAN
a informs that tQmrds.tho latter ; ; ;
(wh cUanJatcd.nam&.would: be Dr., Oak;)f. of last us week one the day wife, of citizen DRY GOODS IX EVERY VARIETY. :: Wallets,. ''.4J .. .; 4 r.,f@@.lNI, :: :; : : : D17 _.__
who proposed certain part a Mirrors" ,, : .
objections. result'was 'reading natiar from Dover street rjras palled Hair Tooth Cl
: the blandestarid'most" complete refita, ;upon byi:ijiinclicarit,: in', the shape.W a'man i DRESS COODS, and Whisk Brushes,.&"t&. ; .AJfOflKEAG,,
tion df the But -
obj tor. : the .Btear VolanU : '.J : r' ::1
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week came some 50 years of age, who told a. peti- "*' Perfumery, Etc., \ LOWELAJ
next out 'with a beautiful ; FRENCH MERINOES, CORNER OF:
trait por 1 ful' talc of'hunger, arid solicited. a din'ner.- ( Lnbin's Extracts, ; 'I : OLD9.

ofAgassiz.1n:4he-fonn gianttmdinIP : Thc kind hearted woman allowed biwio en WOOL, DELAINES, .', : .'; Night Blooming? Cereua -...w!. \ 'J AND OTHOEBMIIiS
amist&lpsui4ghtciers while ':1,-his'hc ter.ber kitcheh atidVcat Mmsell nt24 tible Fancy Extracts, ,
l wns'mi cb uJi dcaLilll' ut ":,Jlt.h ''PRINTS DOMESTICS .:: ; -. iS BLEACHED: AND BROWN
: Oologne 10
which'sbc.sprend.various eata les.- ; : =i.Zi Sept '
uppn .
the branch'of an oakcnLlth'oring' to :uPSetthe 11&IrOilaScps-, / Q; AND SHIBTISG..
giant. There is no The man'masticated and swallowed tho fol AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Sozcxlont,Tooth Soaps'and-- Powder : J"S OSXABUBGS

big H and anXr His: explanation({IDa in the beyonda Po'rtU lowing! ; r; 1 s'i.About 'a pound and 'nhalfof Sterling's Ambrosia, Kendall's'Amboline, &c.,&c. CE8 XAT CHESTER, PACIFIC
guesc-wille; | X is Mfcs or ccs.. HenCe the-: tcorned size bceff eeven cold potatoes of: ..,ANCY COODS, "! Candles. : > H HAMILTON ..
-middling five half aba
.wheat '
picture andjetters read cThe little. oak ; ; Gum Drop i, Sugar and Burnt Almond THE NEW:$ ,
: cnJ1'a"ors : of baker's 'brown bread four cucumbers ,t Peppermint t ..
to'tfpset the great Aggasses' ."sliced three ; ditto TRIMMINCS, Drops,Lozenges, &c.,Ac. _' JEWELERS( : MARLBORO STRIPES,
large tomatoes half
; ; a
]Ios \orthe Brazilians '
at Rio understand
muskmelon and one whole pie. He sat at } Stationery. ; BALE.
and speak French, but there were some at: the table one llOUf.and ten minutes. Fainopes t Letter, Note and Foolscap Paper, '. 'i"ilI' baa PARAMATTAS Lr8TB I.

the lectures. who, it was supposed, -were deficient Lh are entertained of his *. White and Yellow Envelopes AIB. .
in that tongue: All.;pf;. s.r' riiemb I.Agassiz's ________- rAn .- } AND BALMORALS.; Tens'Ink and Inkstands. ,Playing 4 Girds-- .;&c... his HAZOrBKA, "In"
rcmarkabte'facllity: i in illustrating eaustacuon In his
his lecturcs by.dmwmgs blackboard amusing little episode recently occur'red CLOTHING.GENT'S Cutlery. ___ receive his personal 1I ABMUBE CLOTHS ETC.
One of his"lectures-was 'upon L in'a railroad car in England. Shortly Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knive, anJ Sci on.- experience of : : fANCY AND ..
"thc'general after the train had left the depot, an old fidence of the IBISH.UNE3T .
tJ re of lady FURNISHING
uct : organized beings ; arid fishes, GOODS. Tobacco.' line will be always : '
&c. jumped j up and addressed a gentleman seated( prices. : AND OTHER XCA&EBS.
quadrupeds skilfallv drawn
; appearedwith Xavy Anderson's Solace and Amulet, .
behind her with "How dare DAMASK
you CLOTHS : ,
The -
succession. -
rapid Brazilian Punch Killickinick and Anderson's
Shanghai, Smoking To
at ? The astonished September W If.
are you gentleman NAPKINS, ETCW ETC
friend replied bacco. ETC.
meets : ,and thus balls him TWell 1 CASSIMERES
Jose : that he: had done' nothing. The lady '_ i Cigars of the best brands. AND GENTS LINEN CAMBRIC
were you yest i: at, .Agassiz's lecture :- -
again seated herself, but in a few niements VESTINGS, I HAXDILERCHIEFS. .
: ? In what language did be speak? .
Pipes.Mewhanm .
arose, full of rage and terror, and declared *
-?Npw that's a good one. Of course; -"
J iu the universal language-the FrcnchC& .'' her neighbor was a "villain, and on arriving FLANNELS ETC. Imitation Menchanm[ HAS ] ROmEBED,

.1 'But y pu didn't understand what be said I.: at the next station" wasabout to have 4 Urierwood, Rosewood,Applewood, Clarke; sale., Gold AND SCOLLOPED, *
him arrested wh'n 'C3USC Diamond and Safety Matches.IMqnortt Also *' good
-ll1cldly'th of her AND
You.donrt know French. HOOTH? ]' HIIOEH, Combs. Brushes CHECKED CAMBRIC
"J. ''Well unbearable. agitation was-discovered-Inihe shape of a Cutlery INDIA BOOK
now you are Is 8yrap etc. es ,
it necessary-to understand French; under-: goose, which, placed in. a basket under thc Including all the new styles of Ladies' Miss 3 Brandy, & Butcher Razors, ; SWISS PLAIN AND DOTTED

tandincha, genius as Agassiz I 0k what, seat occupied by the Jady] had, during the and Childrcns Fancy Laced, Ualmoral and Sherry Wine. Cups Memorandums, Pocket : I .;.8. .
> /
cleanicsX perspicuity 'lie employs? voyage, amused itself by pecking at her "un Polish Port Wine, twelve CHAXBREYS *
).lle *' varieties. Holland Gin to one TABLETON *.
takes the chalk in his hand like ligi'tuln y derstandings. :The discovery of the criminal Whiskey, Guitar Strings, WHITE, BROWN, MiatEn AND

lIe draws i fish. TVliat can he add ysir&, created great laughter among the pas dred feet, rJlLACK.HOSE..
." : );? 'H Handkerchiefs and Hosiery I in Brandy ber Stems, Crochet _
-Tb< thnisahreadycopletc..Xtis.zLilsM: .;- Lemon Syrup, We have just :i TVHITE.BBOWN, MIXED'AND

,. : great variety. Vanilla Syrup, Silver Cane Heads, .
-- r GejJiio .BLACK.R '' HOSE., .
'is hfts-tefegraphedias follbwslo Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple SyruP Watches, which give 4-
A5f'.A1\ DoTE .QtEE ICTOMA AXD Gov. Brownlow underrate pf Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all ':! Watches, Clocks : AND GENTS,GLO YES,. ,' .
"Washington Paints Oils :
cte. C *
PitDfCE ALBERT. On ; f lice and satisfaction
one oc'occasion. when Oct. 15: "Thefi: tcI't taJy ofi War ..has White l '
the Qneen'and the Prince with PrinceofWaleKlhenayoung.boyi ; au kinds.UMBRELLASAND. Lead ? f. try win receive I ng Goods. Cloths, sSi-| .
the ; thorized railroad companies South to Chrome Green .. ber the place '*t the
,give j .... __ ,.merAg_ ,
were strolling theirjiotid\forth6"men{ofdebts flue" 'thejbyernment I ". .wu.. "n, street.. u __.. ,
on the beach near the palace, on the' Isle; :pf for railroad property the Pru8t ian Blue, Shirts,White and Fancy line*,
lied and Black Paints -
AYight;" the latteralways! a :prbiid >rid retainjirg' fulKtUle to the "property government ', : J1ATSND C.AP8. Linseed Oil Benzine .1: .WUITE, ; Mixed: and Wool Sbtrtv, Gra 7*.

haughty youngster, prcsu iiug-upon hig.1lCirship with the right to take possession of the snmcit Plaster Paris,Whiting. tc., &c. 1U. collar-Ieaia, 'iatU. & &&-
ta the thrown almost'before he was any Uime deemed' until GLASS, CROCKERY AND Window Shades -.-,: < te. '' ' WOODEN.
iraid) TIIB'Underaigned
out of petticoats, had grayed. awaV ja.Jittle f tor. ,"No rod is'allowed J ttiiSttnYcARFURNITURE. ... Liquid* Blue, ,?, Es'' aehPW. ,
dist purchase inpresufficient : : Petroleum, .those seeking a WEAB, aDd
ocd from? his parentsleiitDiey'Jieard:; : th -for: :jt&:fictual." 1t8.". : i Congress Water, ,. ". W i K Oar tables are : n Collar_ _*,.'Trfmmliis. _, 'Bat-
his voice and another in angVjalteration..' It .. I ..- # ..' .i';,..: W S'idliti Powders, -T ,the country.will m .,8felrt h. .
seems; that the young princoJnad discoveredanoUierboy :ilessrs. : Citrate.Magnesia, ., .' He tc. : _

I abppt }his.own age and. encgaged'.in Dumas( ;md Bennoit have obtained: PARLOR, : ; Extrftc' for making Root. .Boor. &c., kc.. ., with every train, ; $ :
i'prize from' Afcaderay Science at Paris, .June 10-If :; depot, at Welbom.i : ,AND. SHOES.
-- _
gathering periwinkles atfd! __ -
Jbis Tor; -
.- a photoelectric lamp to be used in mines DINING ROOM f----- -- -'fir. l -
l>askcti party full, was standing onjtjic .ciip1i: It is composed of a generator of electricity, !, ;; July.".-tf. ;; Boot and Shoes, Ladle* Bal

Tlii&bastet.but'qf sheer wanton cES. 'ibe' 'of a coil andrtabcs r.JllCStG)1jcn&. ti- AND CIIAMBERjSETS, I Polish JBootsv nVonaena Kip
j ,
l> Prince ef TiV: ales had viciously kicked I 4 R. .HMZA-RD & CO. f- NEW : ,
over: and
,fled e1ectriciglitisp:9ducl which Liwrtfay,Gear*Calf Sewed
; ,allows All of
t The fisherman the ; whichvill.bc! ., sold cheap for cash .JJ{ .ft'r
young saw act and 11 ; *
f ff
: > ; t
9 \frjprkmen in iitiKCair 'Sewed ,
to Eee about them 'the ;
coal P.4It:
> ( I' 9. s.
I mediit '1 $' ; f : r..U..;:: ) .! (:
lY oJ..t
Q.tJ Q.J.ylter..Ju1ti.confronted
U gall (s. The: generator is' composed Merchants from the interior will dowell ; '' ; and 8ewed Gent** Calf
its perpetrator, when this dialogp diScs m ist ned with:a"solution of 1( WHOLESALE : Patent LeaUier -
occurred?*n* ?< '* nfL *'"*- .' : ., # bichro j : DEALERS. EDEEHI -- .. > .Sboes' ,'Congress. .
mate'p ,. tpotasb.: The whole apparatus is to bJland examine my stock before purchasing ioral Blioe, 3fen- > '.-

Young Fishermanr-"Wliat> did you do4hat'_.. Yery portable, and'It is found that the cost t f '* Bootees..
; for.t : If :' &I : : 4 : elsewhere. Nest door .
r t- '1 r. .''( will not exceed hal a farlhjng per hour. A IN STAPLE DRY GOODS n
Pnccpf.Wa113ecauc r 1i sc. larger and more complicated 'lamp" has been O. SLAG-ER. WE HAVE jnst : > .
Y iinan-ll'.enlgreat mind.thras1'ouoT. ,.to winch I IrJacksonvihle ,, large and varied : _
made, may eventually be ,, : made CLOTHING of
s.j I .
jtj'.r. Htw .c"f; Oetober2l-tf : Straw. .
.,.J ___ ,. __ : :: .;rt oo t A o ra 1 mIners. 0.J_. :. d' _. I, LIQUORS, etc., .Teekq
REID'S BLOCK BAY and other Xea."ool
1'11npe-or''.!! i UU,UU1U I. .DOll't JOu .1' STREET, .or trading public Styles
know who I tIlE OCTOBER 'J .. .. Hats, ChlIdr*...
amJg'J.a # i' :f UJ .SSOWlli NEW'.ENOJ. _
; lOUD'. _.. & o' r.nd, J, ,AlOfltcare. ; -Boslon Transcript of r BURNING OF THE, MUSEUM.LETTER 1Lt r.IAc1soNvItLTE.- : : ; .) .' -. .' Octl4-4t I ; _.fa .u.; *': .
't'.P1C' -
"q"r.H' ":1 ,U:1"L Saturday:'says: -'A : .
... FE03I : FLA. ry 'and Glass: Ware of- all
.v-j-is 3IIfc .
tn.n1es iM ***' .d : "* stow.storm'in'Oc'tober a.- rare occurrence BARXU3I.KrwYOHK. .' 'South :; .
I'm ,
., .. ... thbErinoce, : in 'entfal.lfewi'England, but snowed hard Kinds. -
'Vnl f; ; "1. : : t; .c: : ; ;. Jnly 14-18C3. < : Subscriber- : ;
in ten miles of Boston after. Nurr. Herring if Co, : :1'fiE : ,
.Y-b Fish.rinut1. .I'& GESTLEMEK Pine Lumber
rc.frid -Tnongh the destruction .
: and lads of the American
jio< n '
snow-ballinff -
other4n and which will rl
arc the Prince of Wales. i'onknpckCd Museum has proved serious loss to myself and -; :: a: !: they :and Provisions..
over he Wordertowns believe .
nca.r? : :the Aew4 Ham the public, I am happy to the old ':; they have "
p- verify
; my riwiDkle.s-and: take Uictt.n d shi "It'B adage, that; GROCERIES .' and unequaled Fionr .
e lhein: : the capital. ,bf-thci: Granite an ill wind that blows nobody good" and, eon .u.
straighttoriIuj u fi lerma.iidQi nd "Stale there -Ptifflcient'-firiow'+'' 'to sequently- congratulate you ihat'yonr veil-known Kft f '..- ".ft j w r : ,: Flour
made acquaintancc witU tempt; safes have again demonstrated their < ), ,. Corner lt A Bacon ck /u.s-
the.checH ofijonug. 4: ad a.r ew Sleighs. The merry music, of the qualities in an ordeal nnnsnal superior fireproof lfii ".Jj' '* Huns/Cincinnati Sagar Cored.).
royalty. -.J to' ) e1J&.wasIicaruin l : : the streets.. In the north- The safe you made for me some time severity, the SHOES, .' : ,; _, Pork Mea and Prime .'
The Qtjecn and Prince 'Cons rt 'saw4: and ,era part cfjsiowllarnpaliire-inost -omce of the Museum, on the second ago was In : :. :; Broadway Bank,N Fulton Market Beef"

heard aJ-joid'iapprpachuig! : ;; : thx riv l-coiu ba-', : -c white at sunset last- ighC'$'j:Ihe'hills"we foot of I the After building twenty; and four in hours the hottest of of the floor fire.back part'of' ... "-:>: ,. ..;. i _- : /I Mechanics &.r Dried aalf barrels Beef and. .' -kits oCXadmII,-

tants, told their son that lie was in the wrong,; sncw.fell in/Norton" Vermont trial it was found anibng flATS: _. '
and on Friday. the debris, and on opening it thl s day has yielded r--:1: : '.
compelled -
himtD.uk1panknl up Rio
_ the rag Th ,.Bostori.Traulkr of Sat its content iffvcry : Coffee
< good order-books
rdayaa8 : "in .. t '
L paper. policies Of kind for
ged ,, ,' ] every Liverpool Salt
)1 .
of if :
,. gatheravand gave him a sovereign nce,3s.aboutfour, :: f inches1 insurance, bank bills,all In condition for immediate > d l. JtFI4oUn -
in for .fclI.JC1 use; and a noble r ." tjo, coffee, crashed granulated. powdered
the .
commentary on the .
done hifitr 's:',. oft injuryhb'bid- Lp L. eray1 .A.catsnDw storm is prevailing of Herring's Fire-Proof Safes. trustworthiness ..: : ,.-r1. lit Avenue 39-.- brown Sugars
1 ,, Molasses ', .
,' INorthem*New -Hampshh-e, Vermont > Truly yours. ; Golden 81ftp.k. '

,. .. Powder And f' } 1Pdl I 3la -'nd:In.'thc provinces, having already P. T. BAKS'UM. ; .f.. :+'.. 'I'to.. J', .:,; '-" .Oct. 14. -1m Soda Soda,Sugar Sugar,,Boston Boston and and Pilot PiJot Bread Bread
e t" "ROPE "- -
&J t.11) .).!.L 'It*gw ,. f' C.It '_." '_ ,aigC4eiLbfsevcral i : : inches..,,There HEnRING'S PATENT CHAMPION '" tCOTTON : ; i- half and quarter Tea. Ookrax and Hyson
,) ;PORTU&.G84'1STOI$ A D tit raf 1ciirIli i in wc: SAFES. }'. : A. Candy;stick and ulxed .
TO s 'litJC of :
I ( p ,'.. ." -'"] 1 It'1 .ri-.. ...-1 ,- .. .. ; The molt reliable protection from flre note known I .,. .> : : .
nc.,1 J I. SALE OF .i
4 ZyflZED tJ'Z r. <- I.irEKKUQ & CO.'S PAItVT BjlKKEBS' I ,"
t J A iJtbla1Thg further t b -. -- L4' -.4-. 4. d, <. Herring & Floyd's Patent Crystalized Iron, 'the beat I ". BAGGING, undersigned and:Liquors.
.". modifications :Pout <-i-fft I THE ,
_. .
: to be made hiJhdrjEffiaJaiion& ? 'J1le. Oflice.'Department.: i ii security against a burglar's. drill ever manufactured. \. .j- V. II. Quincy, "A# .J .
lprtl ; .
),-ship : IIEERING y title of Old.Kentucky
bii rlii.X CO., WhIsy
ment ofWlnpowacrro.tIie f COKblTJOX.says: i Jso. 251 .
states which Broadway corner Murray St. New old Boarbon Wblslcy
have been in'rebelliaarhas istibecTi 1c cit ::.l h 4'\Ya1tt1'f n. hroni le' :" FABBEL. HER1UNO & 00., Philadelphia. York. . .. t,jA-e.. :. j.f."Southern neal1' : < oI TCmbtn t EtsR1u-
1 HERRING & CO., C4MpuM.Br adT
i in this city. It readis fdllows : Chlcoffo.. :
: Ve.ftjropried: that on the summiug up: Oct.21-3m t. ; For the purpose-of,. .. oldt'twbaBranay- .
: TREASURY D DmtiOeti oftheaccounta.of the Post 'C- Caih Goodsi "Cotton". I i .
23,18w. Office Departof or paid for at the. market old HclLratLtMn: -r :-

"Siri-The circulatcf 1st ultimo rela tfqrthe' fiscal year ding_-tQnc; o, "- NOTICE ItEXOVAIte. prices. ',! _. Real Estate ; fine. ,old' lort' _. -.- ;
tive to the shipment of guns and ammunition 12 iefcQsJ Ofi'CCeJptS'ovcr cxpt1ditr !;; THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE REMOVED THEIR ; Offer their *' ': .-", -, 1

_ into states heretofore_declared insurrection. Is 1und tQ 11j9r Tljs is I stock goods from store No. 4,' Bay Street, to who such may calling desire upon to ns Claret .; -,

_____ (' is hereby further modified j and you will I tl1 ..firstJ'1 e.1nstory.oR Um1 short Wells'time Auction,tore, where they may be found for a R. T. IIAZZARD' CO.. I lair descriptions of I ,!Sauterne'' "' _

_ _; fI. : lo hereafter llus'peparf grant mept permits fo/ilielfliipping* r.-it1oulanYJ'Cfercn of siX c:' ;mcptt e ti -- !rnI itg f1i A"pmtoii"nc1 l;"%tt D.\ Jbeir day,entire regardless only stock as of of they cost goods arc Country determined'within merchants the to next close,' twenty sutlers out r .t"' I a call Those, as who we have wish to ::' : :. ., ., ad.;; 'other"WfnTIN.WARE-. .. : _,.!<...'lot

I ing guns, pistols of.all'kindg, j and -ammuni ttetch. : ue'to", : "tcj. .i.L.r- ..andttraders would do well to call and examine>the following September. 9tiFURNITURE, !,> Cotton Farms an'd .

tion therefor and"aboi blasting powder'. am 1 letter/written" and sent to and from the list of articles, as they will be sold cheap for I Large bodies q.;' "- :0": '. .. "' ..,.',, ..:

fuses fcnlning'iioscs.. __ : armies in the field, a considerable 'share 'of l casn.Wdles! and Gent's Shoes Booth Shirts, StaUonery" I In Ccor-ia and 1- _"- .-. .

"You"will mac monthlyj* torns, showing thccredit'isthic; tothe economical and busi Playing Cards, Cloths, Tailor's Trimmings, Shoulder FOR 'S LEA : the River St.Johns : DSCRIPT1ON..

: the numberof. >pgrtiDg guns npd pistols,,anJ jiesb-likc manner In'which the affairs'of the Strops Oroek for the Army- and Navy, Hardware, Tinware to our disposal. ; ; : .E iJ "-

the aggregate' amount of: tpooQer .and< 1 li 5 t I II jppijt OtUceDcpartluent)1a}@ lately been con. Stove Pipe?/:Cigars-;;Canned--Tobacco Ooo3s Safes; Battery,'ya2keel Cheese NO, ObI Stores,Soda -,- LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCKOF .1 C B., H.P. } and 'al-miag.Utensi1

t_ shipped from1 jourfport'to each pfthc erera!I ducted, nndJ ;tJjc cfllc5epcyof the ,'OfiDc rs i Water Apparatus for bottling purposes, BnMness : ; t ":' 'a'_-, : oJ" 9 r: "..r.I .
states hcretofOTe dcclaredj.Iij, Jri urrectioril:- :"whp have been engaged in the mail service, Wagons-new and second), PhotographicStock, : mURNITUXUBB, 'J- Oct, 14-If .

The a grcgatefl of powder and r hot. .to be; i,Thereis good reason to 'b hTave !tb.atafter p Ambrotype ft. Case, Flsb-Hoofes C. W.and DENNIS Lines fcc.& be. JUST RJECEIVED" CONSIGNMENT ----- .- : : CHAINS." -. -. ,, :

stated in.pounds-not' in kegs, bagsjor casks,:; ,civil government is 'ftilly'csfablished Jtn' the 3.4 .No. 4, Merchants'- Row, Hilton Head,CO.8.C, At WELLS'AUCTION AND COMMISSION STORE. J LIME. : ., .,"1 qt.11"Mq.. ',. ..4 ..
4Wtj.h-greatxeapcctT;: sout&crh'stites, and'that t c6unlrj' is ,pccupled]I And at Well's Auction Store: ,in qt 'CO'D'U' SHLRS4. ,
4w ..eLe iqi. tti.oc. bv t 'rJ5.rjst igricn'.7fr > the1'Norththe, i_.Oct. 7th 18C5-tf. BayStreet' ,Jacksonville. ,. Fla. cossirnxa or A rcix..VAIOETT, or.. 4.. '- :. .. >< .: -
: Fernandina
1. I ::. ,11''4' becretuy.ui the 1'1'8. lUaU service me whole country will**be :: -- and Chairs, double and single -Cottage" -Bed. f Fla' \ FLOW8- '
1 q.j "To Col1eetor or ";" ] .ac self NOTICE. Tables ,of every'style, ,Enameled'Chamber J : i o"{
stomutN rk. sustaining. Under the inaugurated OIX weeks alternate ; Farn1. 1. eaAD1ikot
system we will V. '. .
to the -
apply1 : ; __
Acting tare Glares _
Looking ;
one hundred double MBS. ;-
: and
I AU i tloi1s'afllie the O 'Judge of Probate single
- p u dr1I %i by present p s iter-Gcnern) da. for letters Duval County, Stateot- Flori Mattresses, Lounge beds, wash stands, *c., 40 J : GR1NJS1'O .,
-* shipmenttorpowder, shot t porUng stiqj. a result. almost I ain.!' ofAdmlnlstratlonon the Estate of. Alex My orders the n :- }
and I are tQ closa above .
guns p [
I ander Holmes late consignment mine.,
j.y-S- of said '
_ _ _ pistols, arc granted 'without regard J ,'ft Is 'tiridcrstopd -. I J -.->--:t- ">.f t:3- T | -. ." county JOHN-PRICE., doreased.';. dlately,either at Private or Public sale. 'The public GUITAR.n she will at give Her a G j \Wiif't. :- -:
are respectfully Invited to call and J .
to tbe amounts called ibz'In' the : :&kny--pen names. MARY JANE the stock:, :
,- 1t, nms. and. secure a great bargain at Washington and .
applications; It feIJtcmbe1023-6wp -- ? n : "
is ,A :
thought that'DO 4anjer southern papa-remarks that : WELLS' and Commission Dennett ;
4'Jctlon Store
.. "thej'fpl-: / ? ,
: / Ladies riU be KIN DS8izE. $ "
whatever it in" 8eptemberHf :> .
j consequence ojflbcaBe j .
;, ; Bayetreet.ItALE.
.1owing'.Gcncrnllnvlttltion from a Confederate 'J : :{NOTlcg .1': '_ t r Composition, kc. ,__
; J l ) shipments, and .heaftpflrd erPt'r d 4 : ; : .J:.. ... '_ .- _.1-
+ i ; j children particularly; :
mentioned< jcountry maiden.J0 MfrlfiocOnT the city WEEKS ._ ;. .- Q '
t dnbT rf* i 1 QIX AFTER DATE, WE WILL.APPLY TO : receive no all
; > f'H; .. .l-I'.t.n wagpenned.bcCbre. the ',Confederacy; .*,went 'O. ttfi Honorable Judge of Probafeof Dnral County, (fin ..':redin< tn tracts from;one- undred through the whole '
I .trip.; L'.i'' ,\ "; y"-, : r' 91." .1 ,"J./ ; .., 3 f !".J FJa.; for Le tiers of;adminlstrationv on .the-;estate of I U U)U U U to ten thousand acres the PIANO u they;* VER-Y._ VARIETY.I:
1J1 f ,.' .- '.,.' ..- Eliza'" Baldwin..' .late"QfiaIctounty.Deceased,* some of the most valuable plantations In"' embractn'l the attention of the l '
The lUchmond' Enquirer is-'revivcd. by como leave ihe Taoly'lmgttretlj ::11- : "-'A; S.BALDWIN., da, on many of them the stock crops, *e. 4c, will be stand music ;:for the '"
f Messrs. -WltBJate'pt6M C) -a Oole-r .j i And come to the firUt with me ; '' l.1 r"'Slte-b' WUL t-BALDWIN. old with tb:m : there are also fine;bodies;of. timber readily appreciate-' ( /W OO

man, and has a salutatory in which ft '- 4. J' .Trip over the I/etk with flytojr feet .V."<. .,.-. -er JO ,. p ., :-1. ., -'-.w' ,and. turpentine andL'a..--_-- '_ .Ott,28. '-: : : -. ---- -
-..And skip along tie Lee :>;. .' i .: ;. Valuable business and residence Iota In.this city, .
tors say that$e n&e Jwhlphiheyr coi There EwtIIJmdUlefOftftl tbG Ml t- : ,v fr.TVr'NCY.tICE'c---- ? : Improved- andlIulmprond.L. .- __ GUIDE. ffrononeiquazuo1hree..., _. .
tended has cott t wUtffi tiitt JiliktAhey' i .AIongthc&onewa1iiittV, ., TintlTTTdayi after"date I will make application to : A-H.McCOKMICK.Agent. MARRIAGE .:: : -i' : 'U 'iL: ..II':" h! ".".
shaUiKrtWkjtoxeviTeJts 1 And pluck the boos cfflurgpo." I J the lion. Judge of Probate of Dnval oDvilleFla..mepk 3m, -, '
tissues, or reanif; > > County, Fla., l-.1 ____ L'I I Being a Pr1Tat '. T J. ; "
mate its hopca, and atf f fBgr 'V .... >"' /L r ::11 Acro, 4tI.A.l",1IiJ10f"lbe..ll .the F.Ful l 'f"" Belknap for leave sell a portion 4 'of] fi top role; 4 ute of J. P. .;;= ,- ; those thing about to J* ,, ". ;.". .

The'#tn braHcg nce-EKen 11 Astate1Y4Chy'form '-'ubI..t". .G''I LANPAGENCir concerning the : ; ,
,.ourselves ,.: I 4\ !. Admr. < Sexual System.,and .1. < n .1 ., : ,; > .'

far in common.with di1fcrcn.h jour-tellow.: ;, .''citizens JjanthtRirnequestionX $ ,:has a.1 I .,Where, ..Thatnerer.eaoghf sadly pipes tfcat tho'JEorfy worpj.bird:..,-. ,' 'J J l21-4'" .t' j "fA1 t tl !nt frlf4 t ti i ;\ 9 -i J t ;. l.\r: fore Offspring(riven,including in th. nglj : ,- '.- T -1 t .; "t J'." -'.,

lIOW J f Come haflen, tj 'J U : 1
&fee -4 "
goneI 11 This Is S'Vl"rrTa. h'
really .
& *,
iI' 1fdtt'5crdrc t11tItt1Cd I And WUorlleroa the plains ; tj' ito > -" ,NTlCE.: ).U .it 1if' H' .AGENT.1QRa'ftE.s .ElfflCUABE It Is 't a.I "..

; if:' .,- sopremacy- between .t te.aJ1d .. 'I" 'l i Coma braid*Garlatatn th leaves'' .'., !" .A.4 e? J Indebted to the eitt&of!' ??.??..,,,"' .) FJoridA1 and is wrjupn iilaatrated.4n plain'riUii '..: ".
: t! t'iI.F&ll the V"blastlnf K Un .'!* -itM to ofJDuVftl County diseased,4 l
federal government bad < ; ro"requested to 'Address vings. AU ,-' r.
been Jcdded
,by the : Jacksonyillci'Tla.f young STATIORGtL'O
** :
'Bains trill be recollected the AAke'immediate _
.. nrbltnlIepanr2teir.nt 0 "ir""No" WJ in lie torpedo business. .partner UtPanlel_ claiuSs afftlnrt Bald nayjrient estaUr-are and requested all persons to present having the 4 ,August.2.. 1..o..J +:Lxi. iSmJll 4ngmsiTiage married life, should, #.WL- ,l1a r : !: i, J1 .. t, .. ij 1' iJ, '.

: &Di ptV i d- I -_ .-. "r same pTOpTarl iitliiratlBltffdT nffaail'n'a'WU1i_ ."."_'1 ilolll'i i :-L' I' eretI tba.It .ou : p '- ,-
obedience to be'duc In te time prescribed I'M".,or' WaOOijQe t .DJ&SOL17'.fQ : it that .
.'latha tate. -The 'ISB F 1 1tf 'I.P. mwt :
>3E J
in bar of their v. "1..1 41 .
1 Jraied eo'Very a the
Mt house. ,
tlrm t It will h qr.1.
same anr$1D :Frcficli editor ..11 U .* .
riU Ji.\JAC .made.the. has given tho fohlowIriisensLt tujr&j _IRE esret Fifty Cents. ...
the 30th Set J totifT : A4d1eU.
A 'J "L '
sons 'if iti'1'nte'th .lJ2ngf or1f ti1 :be 1qii4t1on pfth ff t' &r' furi1%jrerUsfc: 23\"tr'. V F ... Jackion,''Withdrawin nt1tb lautnal'con'sent.'Mr.., Th'bnataesa W.' !fpnce 8t.o" II.;l ; ,:-RUOSHAND.)

-. and suffer uncodiplatfitbgry fe'e'MrHsljIpd of mcrt h&flt11n1i'A'H Secs an di i JsQ ..t.. Zii:''J t"" oh :LY..A ? t7IIY'.ZT.' ltbe fcondriete heMalfer b'th.mersigned: irhtY'ankfu1 ' lembe.t. "Uti1' Ir"-Sr 'rU : -. .
: :
.- .. .
-\ f4 four vlx&ewIlLmakeiAh akcsnO ; ;- - ta forthipactt18tonage- '- -- [
<. rears (and' lisejnentlie Qt ico gf,Ui the second r' TicE. ;:: bMtowed tf t11.1mi' : : I SADDLEIlYk"' -
hopes still
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