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:
December 2, 1865
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.


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


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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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AKM6247 ( NOTIS )
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Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
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Jacksonville tri-weekly union
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GERLL ERcHANDis.ocober 8.lDJtle 'wheremost of the negroes live in hovels of.1 entered by the bars being forced: ;ltfr.Jack The Washington : a Jkt-office and ....,

28 .J acbonTWe. l'1orlda.J4) p_Bay, (Oct 30) Cor.Jixuica '&n4ar4.] their,own e erection, down in the gullies, ra-'i,.son advances to jparleywhen'Jie is chopped "We are indebted .wfll of the /./. .
vines : Commissioner of the I cam oat 'Pw'1
convenient for and
spots holding
KD. G. As 'mark that the hiding d5wn.The; old gent a Crighton, becomes '
XES. a rebellion in, !
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I. Thomas ,secret an advance of same office but
CIAOTJU meetings, nightly;-and generally the copy
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lAL 10. jTIIIP in the East Is crushed out I have to mention from midnight, towards the morning assem his' father. m"gHirel lies lastly' tares of the United, : whar i* they? S 4
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that the laborers in the river district, as well blies,were from the of thar claim, .
convened original
-i--o.: JEFFREY addresses made and ground] he hears the reb ldeclare they..will
I as those npon Corley and Hall Head estates, hymns sung under the leadership of some come in the morning.and finish off who sus, under the. ; a rat in it,genie? .
have turned ,out actively lo work. 'There intent oria any the Interior which : laces rwith -
one work of blood and 'pillage.- still the' .
MerckanJACKSONVILLE exist and also the of
Commission t- can be no doubt that the salutary' examples It was impossible to sleep on, a moonlightxught may ringleader be; careful and injunction not carry ing, and,will soon would,.bQodrii, ..

which liave been made hundreds of.these for the how lings of the wretched. de-. anything that might tend to convict them away; The p number feller-citizens,'and t

FLA. rebellious negroes have driven terror into the lusionists.. The moment heaven began to. for, by faith,:some of them'will 'certainly be. the first two,volumes / HUT tof.vrotk .' .'

minds of the many who.are left, alive; and smile hell began to frown upon the .earth.Frequently .-' hanged. Mr. Hire received the most severe riculture and $the corn fields,of ,.
iBilKLIN DqlBL forced them to return to their nsual avoca' the promoters'of these orgies of| wounds for he than either of its lands of A mm- : .
expired early on Friday mor-
tions. The'estates arC visited ; ,I'm. -, ;
being for thepurpoSe might be seen riding* along dressed 'from fractured skull The the extent of our } a
ning, jwobably a
Commission Merchant, identitfying those who ,:had been in the Anglo-nigger style, tail! .hat,black suit, I rebejsconld not trouble' themselves further and the immense :. .[Applause. I ;

engaged in this bloody massacre, BO,that it, is with white, necktie' extending from ear to : withVthe victims setting. to abed the variety and : 11 on .and I wa ;

Jacksonville Fla. not unlikely that even among those who have tar,'grinning sneeringly-whenever k' white! intoVhich: Mr.Jackson beyond had crept and in tures during the :: by Ibrrin',eta- .

turned out to work;there may be found many man passed them: The' same supercilious which'Dr.Crody was lying sick, whom'they And yet we have no 'nelgfabora, what .' f.

J'rOISIiC8 >urcliMd, or Cub or' cnppBoa ot the rebel negroes. manner, too, was manifested,by their ignorant -. pretended to because he was'a medical ,census shall have applaose). '. -

llde*TconsignmcnU C.B. Dibble New. ,York. The.Court-Martial, presided over by Lieutenant followers. No,wonder, it is "the,very' man';* 1d might spare prove useful to the blacks. :will rn9.nirest..still :got. ,on h hand( .

____L. and Commander' Brand, resumed 'Its' gratulation of the burglar and footpad as 'They afterward:.emptied the cellars. At the this direction ;:for .in .an ,emphatic :

W WAJIROCK sittings on Saturday about 3 o'clock. Eleven each comes within view! M booty, chuckling Mr. man in all *tldns.o ); dollar* :-sold .my "
earlypart of,the attack Chishobn whohfltppened'to'be :
LrcTaiEEB. AND :QmuAL .rebels., condemned over the realization urrender '' 5 '
-' jrerfL.tried 0l1 ;.,among of.which they have not the'house and the advice more thoroughly '
Commission Merchant these were two women who took considerable labored. The mind of ,wickednesaT flicu- .: of M&Ttexthangd, his on costomar veloped andenr is-gitten poor. f

BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE TLA.CONSIGNMENTS ,- share in.the insurrection. They were .ex.tevted lously prepared' and. crammed with deadly straw hat for a black silk smoking cap, elud'ed -,. four years that have ; : : _I'm worriea.OTt:;"I ,' -- -
OLe8at72eevenhizg at about 5 1-2 o'clock. elements, could not'long continue'unexplod- notice tenewal of : ve- me 1ftybL ;, 'r/ :" .
----0- the of the rebels, rushed out to his : '
Several were catted and released. One}a notorious ed,' every hand was applying a lighted horse pitched under a tree, and escaped. change of.comm f.: CmiDerhl., 4'. .' .

SOLICITED. villain, after receiving one hundred torch. On the evening of'Wednesday, Octo-. The moment he was the rebels guessed destined supply a ( sensation', > > ", -
Tin purchase for parties in the country all articles. lashes ber,llth when gone and to be carried .don't thini: :lCJ'-: .$'
without a murmer,.was set at. liberty. the blacks deluged themselves who he and ue, | .
they wish at the lowest market price. was, were sadly annoyed at. not, t
Jacksonville Ha. Oct.28-ly On his way he met a man to whom he administered in human blood( at Morant Bay, news of the having taken his life.FEMALE. I. sively than at any. ; : '--my'j..

an oath that' he would take up I j rebellion reached the Plantain Garden River tory. 8t, hard workhsg- ,

T. E. BUCILMA.jCISONILLE. arms and join him against the authorities.He .- II District. Many, however, could not believe ROBBERS. "In his ably crowd desires to -

FLA.COIDIISSION forced this man to accompany him and what they heard-at least the gentlemen and During the evening, while the, "men' were volume, >t rottea'wood") -

while pursuing their journey onwards two ladies on the estates and elsewhere could not. engaged in the work destruction the'wo- that the preceding, jwood to. town and

DEALERIN : loyal subjects appeared. The man whom he The report of the slaughter in cold blood,and men were occupied in collecting together the 1860 indicate that "a! d nJli&t- ;i

;j had made to swear allegiance to, called upon unresisting of so many respectable persons goods found in the stores, tying them in bundles public has devoted I !thc best dry pine,. -

IXBE' 'TIMBER, CEDAR, KILL LOGS them in the Queen's name to take him into who fell in and near the court house at the and carrying them ton their heads to their of our soil so : ; and. ,r>T' loads.1? :,

SHINGLES, LATHS, &'C.. custody. This was immediately ,done, .and bay,appeared rather the exuberance of negro respective abodes. File after file' of women ty-one and a half ., ,estmr- of horses.., '

ALSO IN the rebel of one hundred lashes was safely re- fancy than the development of negro de might be seen threading their way along the itants were ( lnto a philosophi -

Saw Mill Machinery. conducted here. He is 'now awaiting- his pravity. The dreadful news was speedily mountain tracks, laden with plunder; until surplus'was ," 'good and rot. .:

Oct.28-3m 'Jacksonville, Fla. trial His chance of escape is little. Many confirmed. Early on Thursday morning the shades of night left no.token of the presence Within our nature\,forbids v .s. .

such characters have been catted and released there was a meeting of rebels on the plains. of these female robbers, except the loud terial for almost recording.- r' ; .

CALDWELZ A MORRIS and the instance I have just recorded may be lying between Plantain Garden River Estate and discordant shouts of joy at the spoils turing industry;lour ;; I.must close up' '

8CCCESSOKS TO BREWER ft 'SCALD WELL taken as a fair example of the character of and the f'Rhine. a property belonging in each had taken. ,At the same time diligent iron, copper and : I want office. "If" .

some of these rebels, and of what we might some way to Mr. G. "VV; Gordon, and conned search was made among the cane-pieces and ores are unmeasured ; : ted ;if you don't.-

COTTON FACTORS AND GENES COMMISSION even now receive here at their hands if we ting the doomed district with Bath, from the bushes for overseer and book-keepers, but in etroleumfthe"netl : .. I ain't par:

MERCHANTS, were not protected by the troops. The question place where the fire-brand of insurrectionwas no instance did the rebels succeed in discov which has attracted is alter but as

is asked here by men and ..women"Isthere brought to the estates. ering any of tjtf fugitives. The hunting was ists in this and other 'ofcorn. ,0r" give <

20 Old Slip,'Xe. Torlu no place to which these rebels who MEET1KT} OF REBELS. accompaniedi'mo most. horrible yells and to the substantial ty. '. -

p. ..uu 1I"ELL. I B..Co HORKI8 JR. have been catted, can be transported f lIt is There rebels harangred the peopleand urg- blowing of ho ;'even the cemetery, a place render us among the closed his ;1

6m indeed heart-rending to see the state of alarm en them on to bloody work. Their first arrangement where the negro treads with dread, was wealth and applause. .., J ;
.1uuti scoured amid torrents of rain. Fortunately "In 1860, there .-.- : .:1
in which the peaceable and loyal subjects of in order to the of "
klorant ___ _f At__,___L__?1 _J prevent__J Al. .__escape_u.. __ for the fucritives.theniffht was vervdark.and wide domain over' Frccdmeau"' '-; '
Bay are (especially. the respectable
j IWY vi iue proscnueu anu me 01
CHAS. A. FAIRCHILD, adies); caused by the very thought that some messages for help, was to. place carrying sentinels several were enabled to remove unnoticed in- four thousand 1 i"JOffis"'EILARGE .'

DEALER IN C f these released rebels have it yet in their along the roads and paths, thus completely to more obscure hiding places. The slaughter were : (.. mII.E' 1

GENERAL MERCHANDISE DRY ;GOODS Ower to do secret injury. The authorites hemming in the whole district containing the at Mr. Hi'-e's house terminated the first' fraction less than. ; v .: ; .

icre are not to blame Can you fill the King- estates Chemist Winchester,Golden Grove day's tragedy. manufacturesYer : .
GROCERIES, HARDWARE,ETC., ETOV Suddenly amid an indescribable confusionof thousand, while plase between -
,Penitentiary to over flowing? Where Amity Hall, Hordley, Wheelerfield, Ducken- .
Bay SlrKt, JadaonrUle'Fla.XRDEES could you put eight hundred or a thousand field, Holland. These sentinels came armed voices, the bushes where the rebels and in everv direction in : of 'the tturthwes-. .. '

PBOSIPTLT ATTEXDED TO ebels Then the only alternative is to scour with cutlasses and bluggeons, ready to 'murder robbers live arc lighted up with innumerable bers. It is States.Chris :

heir backs well and let them go, in the hope any white man or his servant, and destroy candles and lamps stolen from the stores and gress.we have,made era1 Howard;of -
September 9 -tf houses; the Babel of tongues increases, execrations the last half 'TTni.X. O? IL .;
_. hat the severe castigations which they revive his beasts and vehicles. That morningboth ",
-- (to quote from the worthy Provost- the clergyman of the district and doc- of the whites are distinctly heard, aggregate- ; of the Ames 4
B. JB.ATTORJTCT ANDnEWH, mutual quarreling succeeds, and finally the specified articles ;to, .the ..publi' .
tfarshal), 'will be a caution to them, and tar, who was exceedingly ill, happened to
AND COtJXSELLbE AT LAW unmistakable voices drunken people sink and in I860 the in large t
will make them "wiser and better men. send mounted messengers on matters of busi- PthtUI'eJl'l '

On Sunday, at about 2 p.zn.,the Wolverine ness toBath, whose servant the rebels stopped into.the,silence of sleep. The rebels had of industry cc g. tmmS in .
JACKSONVILLE, YLA.OfficeHoes's came off the port, having in tow the schooner demanding, "Whose horse i is that ?"- spread a report that the -Maroons, remnant was $1,885,861,676'; : Piersoriy who '-,

Sept. u Antonio, with General Lamothe and others, parson?" "Parson Sloan." "Parson-if it preserved their loyalty,formed a grand minor. jj says that kordina- '
army, and acted as the chief perpetrators of sum<>f two hundred ; etthe wants of the -
and gunpowder on board. After had been Parson Huschell's we would dash
FRANCIS I.? WHEATON, waiting-a cargo short time, she steamed off for out your brains and the horse's too.", The violence, when indeed, the latter had nothingto ing b multiplied they can be easily .
do in rebellion. inl S't: large print, that '.
thi ending
ty years
Kingston. At about thll m time, the Lily doctor's servant happening to be sent to Mo-
AC'lDiG 3TCSOM or (maxurx TO* VDTAI. CULJIII tion in the same l : it;
made her off the and an rant Bay for some soda water for:his master r S
1 appearance port, PCSISmiENT AT LAST. .
revuned thcpnrfioe of Law.; OAo coDeuf and-a-half fold. 1 St John Gospel :
HAS bound for the not ted to further and turn > .
p.k.& American schooner, apparently was permit go : '
morning however/called the rascals "We havewitbin .
sale ot Seal"rjAwtfr_ '.',. .in she ed back with the intimation that had, he belonged Saturday among .
uid j
.1' _. _., ,! Bo,?ideoJ thejsand| } being sight, ,.';
and to of and '
A ;men ,women, a reckoning they three a people. Alpha- _
21.---.07 directioziI't qu .
T11t would <
to the he have been .
oc&OMI. '0' proceeded In that was thoughtfor proscribed ,:. i ..'
"did not anticipate troops were: landed at inileSjand a coast I., -General How- :
c.P. coonc, .. .U. Lt3ZZL. : the purpose ovehauling her, a report killed. Having. made these preliminary arrangements Bowden, one party; of whom marched toward oftwentynine of teaching. '. ; q'

COO POt A BI8J1 .FA'TTOR.NEYS being current here, that a large.cargo.of arms the rebels proceeded arouse Golden drove while the rest took the road twenty-eight mile?,. 'of; the, American
and ammunition was expected to nave left the >blacks: irr-the surrounding; places by .
Bath meeting at the G rove. These the. Irn..meeti ,
through *
ly g
LT J.AW.JACKBONTHXK 1ew-York for Kingston during' the, present blowing the horn and shell :The note of urges '
collected all the whites and colored on their Washington a' r ee, .to: print "
month in furtherance of the mammoth insurrection al mwuatakenup by others in distant localities
;J'LA.IDr'J ,
book .of St.
line of march who desired protection, escorting port to be published ithe,
that was fixed in Kingston: for December ,and brought the horrible thought in- '
them to the anchored at Bowden. ,
,Sammi Block. gunboat the condition of
6m.- 26. ,I have, heard' nothing., of,. ,her, to the minds of the few English residents that The rebellion had proved an entire failure. turesand. =mmana .::
' t $ .. ? since., the net work-was too thick and-close around '' { : :
The part of the"plan 1t dy "unveileddis, information for oth WOD tobeiBade .
A. 4The court-martial, presided over by Licutenantand their,homes to.allow any chance of escape.- ;
DOOOETf .. played an organization! might well cause 'decennial!m t b D1 be --
commander Brand, met at.. 12 I Perhaps a few boldmen, well' mounted and '
1UC wkers bn tremblerand direct attention to drnenbrgan12ed
AT"ALSO.OTAB tution can be i re
ATTOESET o'clock to-day(Monday.) Sixteen of the rebels armed might have ran the gauntlet with sue '' j
I other than thehouscs of for local federal diT1dU1S.
quarter* : negroes' .
'JAOEKnmU I.L, ."' condemned be but there women and children ,ET -. '
-j :Ir were .to death, and .one to cess; were the designing head.!'Tire'nn"; ; element of destrnction blanks and with ; ? .
: ,
WQ1 Ktieod to all aatten
,'t'--'h'C'protest*,.*t r' ,Office. -(temporil/' .) :at real' ; evening twelve were hanged. Among;them arms:possessed by all the estates put toeethr was not; allowed'to niakebavoc7:; jnd"'"house, ._.__ .L.L_ '::8tatw,Di nct ; .
iiuueu me
: 4Cm7 uirougi :
is notorious Cowell of whom I wrote 4nmv er were no use against. overwhelming ,
.-. none oflhe.workSj none prjthe; cahefields ttm,cafft.
: -. '.!..,'. last dispatch. This fellow nretends. to multitude of infuriated blood-thirsty .sava "Theyolume, an .appli
.- .. '_. .. I were laid jnashfe C.: ;The'cattle yere not only near seven / tit, oT'habeas
: ARCJI'tR1.'t.D.. AA.owa''II. .-,; be a Baptist parson n, and often officiated in ges. but'all > .
'. I left uninjured, :Jpf;:.them':''driven" into statistics of each ,the applicant,
: ATTORNEY AT. LAW. c-; J .Paul Bogle's' chappelatStony Gut He. ws EIGHT HTKDKED, BLACKS IAOAIXST..TWENTY" I pastures,on:Tur&y'evening and the,fences riety articles no jurisdiction. in

"'. ." .n.oazJ -,. ; in;an extremely" Emaciated condition, *ndcould WHITE.MEN. carefully replaced The rebels did not:commemorate number of State Comls ex- _

-\Vfll attm promptly aOtrndoea intnuted io'hla hardly support himselC He:; called 2 The rebels numbered about eight hundred, th miserable: 'successes' byUghting -, ital invested, the said ;

are.al12i&l.... ,upon the people to take warning by him. the English were not more than about forty- 'up'a trash house;! 'Thee grand future! ''re riumberof 1'Judge" of: ourt,
it continual
1I '- one scene ofnangiag,'datltijdaia five; including women and children;'perhaps strained the>madness_of the'prentmoment: ; -the annual cost ; : f"assCTaia'"3w "' r
1"O dit becomes matter for consider
:;' J', ;4AOflNBYATLAW'. ...'" a twenty white men, deducting volunteers thos deluded'beings were ;to awake :rome of product ,and otherwise Jfeat

; iWori-wheUieithebbrial rso-many- people,': killed at the bay.. All the'arms possessed by 'morning, not'simpreplan'tersand: 'attorneys ing the increase the1 .par* i en- .

.r loo Cnr,! packed as I heard &is Blue Jacket say,"like sar- the estates were about half-a-dozen fowling but proprietors. They could man 'with. .and'clearly.. "d. l ,"imd is.seetfen-? <. .. 4] :I
-dines'in the town, not likely to produce i < ? ; i-j : '
; and of revolvers. The few out furniture therefore :smashed, ::
Jall p.. I t. effluvium r pieces, a couple', j' that .. right r;to ,
here the _
.l some serious epidemic .-already taint. rifleswere at Morant'Bay' having been taken because their degraded social habits require, 'd. -':. : 11 'wiRaof. es ,::
of the dead bodies to :
'. ; (1.GII3. 1i': ; ,'.\14/t.tI Last commence. by the.volunteers,-and the.three or Jour, ..policemenresident only. floor to,sleep on,and a.pan to..cook" -,'Dd '

; : r : : '. the atmospbere. night, particularly, at the,, grove. to preserve their victuals in; they"cduld; 'do 'withoutcOurthonsesbecanseshortIywould : '.". .; of : *,- \1n '-
A RN'4T: .LAWAcsBOg disagreeable effluvia arising:from the;.grolves'in1which hadgone the bay"theironly, weapons1 begin_ : ; &, -,
peace, The'\asbv > .'' 4tapv
these.dead bodies are interred, pervaded ; 'old flint musketswith the of intolerant human ..:. ."
ing three bayDets reign passion, of both ( au .ccm-., ".- .

.. .: p .' ..,'PEA', : .. ': ,the cnItyThatoneeou1d entire town,'and It!'.was avoid not getting'without1 ;: The estates and planters were"therefore -' and divine laws but theycouldnot do' cuit lerson Court a.negro for l :; ; : 6C'wa3f. sdE l-:o.:' ;"< *./,.*?- ,_.,.-. 4--'.
afternoon sndthcnieanso JLr
: ;entirell.defence1ess Thursday'. without can f. converting :
:'JIIF : .t neus This ought to"be looked :after- tbatfthe'offence ,
,5.o''t l9ck,excitement of tho, moboiikaiid.h them into ugar and rum\ this was to' be the : 'r .
: 1863 } : -
1".lrr -- t.AT.T.Q 'ItJria._{YIW.j-F. ; : ; : measure of success they't.1t chief end of the enterprise.The': bitterness of., : '. 1"'ft .
'; -
w1 : -'clidcW inate tb&fo
T. J AT. Odoher v.t nigeanos l for' :. ,t r 1 ante \ 1bU' 'the -
,1-, ''. '. 1arrow'&c disappointmm cnf.w "; their clients %hen Aol 3;
.dJ" & LzEr4U. i4.: :Jxave.had a otJiJiigbiJrlecll' on:.the, rli| ;fcsaerfltt>di8hyells-r jenancesof4negrocsO3&'ntp". ""' "F S ;ie...., i : eed the words S : :
.r. ,; II/H. : 1eJ bowclsjpf; the taittl JSvMcstlyiiGod': is l '
shouts of TOlorWc6lo* |4dOwn! with every : the! iTy nwaunff ;.GiJjlte rio $".oyerlhe grave "t
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: i out his Jan ; ll ,
I displeasure ,the. '
j ring npofl
I I .. ., Buckra'i'Nojs-hiie manirigst be.left alive/ attacking in earhcat-4 theerebels-iassembled, .t' ; !! chief;mourner:as a.
-Jr8, ': ,d. : l existed enn
.. II .shock.of earthquake: The'undulations Stokes Hall house, heard these ,dismal 1m-: people that the .militaiy. would, ,side} wththembut : the -' adibldJrings.' '''*** % ,- ,
; bythe'Tbteof '
I .JL ., V.l.1J.x: ,! r were from north1 Bduth,and lasted between pre t1. !amidst the scenes'can led on about they soon dis veredheir' .fetaL OUoIW eIl' he"1'Ijttsa- -- "* F/
I ilv and dx seconds. The house inlwbich: I threeTburidred oft retraced their mistake The rebels rc surrounded and. ruary; ": .
PhysicianPractice ; .*i ge h yards They Btitution' "' .x the .
: _. i ; I *Bhooklike an aspen.leal; as,.if :at :each steps to,Golden Grove,and attacked the overseers either made prisoners or shot dOwn As the. ". i ..' <-T JmrB 1iftLfJtin *+*' 4
I I ..JA,-Ith Dr UJ'80D.. shake it be torn from its foundation.The \& Secondr-That : ."
.would ,house... The overseer, .Mr. Chisbolm1wborntheylovgcd '. escort;moTea along;. asnnt'iHill ,towards'Bowden $ This novelty -
fence withvl4ck
i I -o- yery gravel on the' ground rolled together, to.kill,had: previously: ', several rebels showed themselves on' was/nutigated by ; :1iiid, :. -.
as if clinging to each other forpr tec110n.I .- go enwayaii.-th& b kkeepersalso had. the mountains, brandishing th ir'CmJasSe81u''detian bouH! ".a1" on.ro_
: .rHE. ; e.JUII1. [ do not remember bavInklt- .severe a slave"by law .
concealed.themselvesamong. the 'canes .and ,little knowing tney were % in : ; :} -IcinroTtecnt "
3 .TJfTIXT.SABAI.: JTULLy?lUUMESS shock.It .. chopped 'range'of the soldiers'rifles -which'' thcfpenitentiary : -hid a of:
Therebels speedfly. oaiii
-- busk t.r.aId. ; ,
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1 'Jng the : .l :
I U ft..D1, mar be .intei' to .. -
tdaprotenkmalMrriCMtotbc' not altogether up all:the doors, winnows, jealousies, ana -s'-thenitm tfieiriackiLinlniortal 'wnnttiiotkfflx to." .1. -uOU"'l. ::; '
lIOID"me aDd vidnft7.05c1 41 readers to know that' tttghtty one ".--- -- -- *
&D41'OO11Da(for the prN l)at. A.A Ta" your ottj. furniture in the place. Havmg finished with On gJ.that; part of .PleasanC..lfilll.. yerejpunishmen isaffijfed wfc a the
'". '. ,,. ft t-c.. "..Jn tAcnutmd ad. ;r 1Ulf'lJnd. this plftce thty.Twenr'on' to'*Dnckenfield'l where there. f .a ISup'\O StokeV: Hall the. i atthe am To -the ; ta' "dust\'tc. ) dnM'-.
: JaeJU1b a4.aU '-,W g0g j ge8jaL' i1ifk;' tl' been of emp1ed4tiIden -.Y n. -.
-- the'brerseemlr. |ndair; who had onlv ; wife the carpenters that under the l.esym boll c
!= > ; .10! dk.l1snotatanunhIkulythatiðe' ; appointed about a month before, and whoneyerbdanppportunItofiiJuring Grbtey while'attempting come'iaown. ?the., : : coCoxL Theehlef

.. ._,'._ ,. different CO : -rtt close their sittlhere thf re- hill,to the escort.was 'stOppedJy 'a,!rebel l, 1 ex to pott the offence factoor an, :: by,,,casting
/ ivho.;ill .
DR. GEO4 .'. 'M; 'p \ viHW far doM&unuand, f belsinauymanner;;having effected his es who lifted.bis cnaasstokiUiier, ,! .F Baying; he 1',there,the pris the grave, ;:\ .
"oftheir tib to : '
tete paid the penalty, _.attempt cape towards lanchl nealwith-: ; ,family, ..was sure to be shot or Dgoo,.Dd 'waaJ'de:1 be' "! '_ i.--' .:
Physician .. $utge.rLI; j exterminate- ify.white and colored' races of Jhititland About/our' .o.c1ock.' .Rue. the destruction' te termined 'take her life;'thiSjhowever;' 'i L'cannot unlshment; ..pun by '. :: *-.:.'-, of:T the -
Office eanJer'GlO'b1. :. Mt!s no w quarter lo 'three'o'clock; : -- 'the hill .'
-was carried on, eyehapian6; being broken ,jprevented by'rushing u anein1the1nn2 d--jo: S' > "few-
3 ?
\ uiLl.5 irnbindpunlshthe c ,
deuce ofi X.Ree4."J1Ja4. !Q'4' C't1 e''lat'*'lif : J. ;
1 .. ,. $id Eeni Bog1e' 1open;and all the strings;cut t&pIecesThe.. t < $. t In'{ .jpeyer'been such a :,

J. A, T fiD. ; :' 'B j.lO: with his mother.JirB. ,!X waines of'were the; rebels f- ; 1 -:. .- ,.. 'it'; tIe conntvjaIhn. t.riib., pent ; .
NmOYe4r :Bogle.Mr Jut been brought in. young. for of the .Danley -
rpillage [
carrying some
; yumber.
LI Jri & & to
ud ; charge
H cos1zt rebel is. .IOeeieJIwoancfe: ba4to.iiJe,1iiBe BrfffhamToung-hasliad.' neweyc1a- '- ,
i, next attracted attention
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WoodsAmltyalt ,
' W ofgni .,
}*Mtieeritla ll'Clfeldoa'M d No It is'thewlll of God that, dorsed and nt "
: tiofl.-
.Tbeliptaced>7hampcr8 .Bel8yB: '
the '
; met rebels *
; fcpared
aa4 Ewmu
n"CJOdIo1a BnflAtzf. on'tbe1rpaMagetftber .defence of the :1.h, cityWho ",
:7 Street wber .7a7I.i at PU dotibt tfiese' two -notorious insurrectionistswill small store belonging1 tot'man named Man< the sisters should make then own bonnets ,
prntOl J. ',i< hats for themselves.'and,their' iiamfljes' a verdict of gailty; .
: '' '"- i meet the same doom;t.haf; :has ushered bf-tha st.D'aten pri aiid ,
.. .: ,. .., ". -- '- "c <."., Paul, Bogle tnto!4¬berLworI&:. ; At six, Tate ning,residence flne of!Augustus.Hirb,1.,!,:Up" attor?: ::'' fr'straw"id'other materials raised. sin the ats1: ont j ; *' N SS'SID 4ilIe 'at that any .<

The' k r.1 H. :o'dock this o1nitheifittca;; ::..condemnedtOffleatliwere'eiecutedatthe neyfor.AmItyEaUis, abtuatedon .an' Temi- !Ut! 'li _mountams,1'. .The. .next. ._ tt..n.. !a: J.F t ,. .t'I _.. ,1M" .:4
: tiraal'plaee.Tbe'rebeVpnaoners .- nence about half a mile 'fr ththe 'works the j wm probably tatc the,style in" : r-.rl" ,
(iInaedr i p,14a. ,!!J. It 15 that .
a 7nott tk: pi.$ lhelrTBcrvlces latter the rebels plundered,wantonly destroy. are to bmad, and "Worn. Ike

H v o 1a k. ;._wlJ'fIIr mre tamed'to'accotmt' .Theyareen':; ,-J,lug such things as paint.and.topis,.there being : llrlgha :Young laS a1argc ot of'tryestraw"for -, 4 'ta the

'" ., tra .Jt"."_.eaeeoJft' _. .ltJ.=.'olth" -. iaCBUngdownJjthejank! '..vegetationroundjaadabout'the.Wrialso only asmaU.p9rtion 'of.rum 4h store. -' w 1 tInots to'suI"purchaawhiIchperha ; e1d .

., ; 1itHeadquaxtem'the Teceived visit and the'samiBtiolence 8 accounts far/t tr Jttilll vt
f". :' HADDOCK. _M DBTBDALEV Hord next ., 4
0ec.1W. -, ... 'P1'TimcL.t ; V tirlJt!; Quarters 'Bell : comniUtedJ J-- .tion.printshis'paperto., 1 ..1." _d,J1.iij .ff

.: r..' :. -4-e r Toe,)tbepolice station and other places where: The' Insatiable1 rebels .''afterward; turned 4"k"!r'Y. "ll ?*Hv 1* large

rr m.a ..YIlELL1! the troops.trefitationed.. j i''t, : their; privatej:.,residence;pf' Mr.HinC.Ot AFrGrivE .IU1TQRS ADed1tb a .a 4da7$1Ur
_,. ab xut42;o'clock:' 'The night ror'tM''lIem hit dDAd i..w .
'IIt .r..J j 1ftMr ae"PJaa 1Ja '.0-, ..,. was < ,. : '
AId. .I_. '.>. 'oieL .r- w a": Itch dark.";As'for tome grand attack,;: 'At1 Dta t r
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'flT'UEV)1U.iLflA. the weB wad feorh wonded,fof?ome time.Oa .- .. gvgoo4nai1ed'accounQthIs -,
DE8CWflIOIi = '
: X'\E\ '_: f'<' ''it. bM4. .# .. ,..t'.i1 l't.i.c'rof; I #' \the hill coiJdbesoen.tlie,pretty,and,ele-, t w j4i ,. '

**BlQMCi1 Ci1 ( ut t 6 '. ndI. .. ce..'or the..JAmPl ;the sutiim: 147$lie h atgtest: u1Oti'o14l .
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ff ur were,: ; : e. The jpattycatiBiitfi T our. tanm 1iti4. thbi1 G. ,
U *wacfrt b Mj; JIflni $ hO .((O!tl1a coffldstc 'O(MessriTWiV&cfcBoa;', Scerla, "A j ,i

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". I .. I..GJ.ittil"; ; : bW ;.: .t" 1 1 leD VD2; .Jlagbee, 15; Scott- 88; Galbralth" 87- ; cop_ known thap Xlsjsrared. twenty-five { rind c cityare; abunilently supplied) awl. amply available require Bitching'and diking, when the Cxte4Vf si, tsts ; nqrl(ml.l H-- -

:i/\ [ l : ;1 wuoawnrd, 19; Archer; OOj PlIes 70;' Phil- pounds:of sink sliof" around$. ;his .l'Cr vInusJqpugcr iortifiod; : i ngalnst any ror-idciiite!! hibrft1nay they pay udncls melytor the capital invest nbotwfdsjin'tbc! finest flsfi. Pompiqo, $heep'V- .

.i ,*.rct.t .. .43 Ij 18; Archer 100.flFAnsOIce4i' fii $"f # ;i Uddr; "'t lJ.Jv'\hundrctt:;tefforthediscpyery.! .'<, bc f blc to.assembly before it.. 'lie cd.,. The.m3r. ,A:.avattnAJi5" which are found- head! grouper,. S anfsh! ,thicker!I, jets ,; ''f %io ;'

,,."',.,'" -," ,-- -" :L- .., .I, "'da 41; lycs greHogne, 1.t. 2 : t .1i1 etd hre beenffujej ;:fljortesp6uht. :ofthbNetikq :, <' .<)njf ,9rJ J'orJI(! 9Jj i tww1.3fC valuableforHjielpulUyntiiiri king-ftsb) mullet", green .turtle, &c., are to be -

1 (:, li { ; 'f : iib ,; ; : ,otIs 1JoJ P1 ;V--t :; i ,. .rt ::E T il 11thtesglooiny: ,UCCUflt ?_fjrfe' and sugar-chnc, found inexhaustible quantities
80. ftjj. '1 ,.. :;:' LAKE'' cm.1(} :-II '-; .j.j..t. I_, !, ,iI .. :" :'IT .i' Inj at almost. _.
_- .-_" _t "_----P., .> '' I. :_. _. j LJitiffe, Kvwdnnee C'irtll.., ,.'li17)n; or, 1"J.\t- dtrc 8. J that CoJ ) -qielIws. 'If : j. !Prttt" wliL'nT claitoed.-Lsi'fg'e'' quantities of these every point, both'on the( eastern-arid western v i. -

;", : 1.'X 4ti fldTpTf.tOrru..: iine,27. "- g'has bee?clcced Governor of Alab 2 qnt I n.llD'. ,trtl I! l"of, iilibezd lands toTte'found'onfUTc( : St. Johns and coast Oysters, which. arq not .surpassed( :it Jt" _.

,'.-- -f ,t\\) t "'- -": juGottrnor Walker 173. --nt.1 orces'(1. been dcteatcd at Patzctl,fnndI other tidal streams oft'lic ,State, which have equaled tasizQ and .flavor ,by .anyJn '
';"ZcUiot.i Jt : Gou"Mr-HcDoneU.114K.e1Jy The Montgomery (Ala.) Mail, a very. iriflu-t' .t tho ., \
I I. QtiIi,." .. ." 04' "t..I1, 'I. "",' ", ,- '. : K.Comptroller-Pylesr; 166; Archer," '3.: .' c nflaOouniSl.Ih'al'Bfate.isopp6sed. :o1 the few;.da r S ftcr had been. surprised i and cnpJured been permitted'. "lhr-nntouchcd, for the world, are 16 be found in almost ttfery ; -

J, MTt .t1AW"n'OI1ED', ,\,,i i&cretaix-. &q&Attcn**" 41; SessionS' 87 lA ;' :jlegistaturo of!the Stateradopting i ,t ,;3.ii- : by thohuperiaf; 'Colonel 'MencTcz, Toethcr'wilH -: want f well orrrccteden1c"T"riicT( -' -- "i and .the iiumerous.lakes: ,jiversond '" ,

lrw r. 1 ifnI..l'I'h. IlU'. Magbee, 7. mcnt the to Feae I ConstituiiionVaboiilmag'"slatp'ry ; iTiiBwBer onibcjiny cade th t The pine lands of the State, afford ann the interior teem wltbdcflclons'f'resh I

In bhU n t6ithotSy of:,GflTernprCtommand _. nmb h.l29;JY.\l< l, ,. principal of-whom had been ,executed. In tnense area'of very productive diameter, on fish,.such fI is trout bass,-ld soft shell
: 1i scussiD the it ; .'
ward,2. ,: says; :
r l i"i. .
I .. MAn.iza r f ., ? 'I libnoy"of tlils ncf, 'Mendcz hhVbcefnironTofcd 'wh7ch all''produ C Common : -" And ln
fJv lu'xuriantlyV
C r4ot. .1mUumthi' 13t.ft: "If i it were simply proposition to..abQlit: ; ; yet1iis :.Iwf i .
,'. lng p M\1tn _fEi : (> 7. :Br1g4hby'MttxiinIlian.( : .i -' :: : \ iiummock : :admit '
feasi he4r:47rMcriod-143. ; Hogue;! slavery forever from' the*United Statesthere ; tb'hfgh *Thcse lariils' money; .avff 1ii11ie oItwrcnXas

"w commanding J&ks District has ofr: issued 1ld4uid.Circular, Johnson, 2. ,could )C no objection to"its adoption,./or 'it. ;; Still l later intelligence indicates the purpose I pt grcat'iinprovcmcnt .front- : systematic0 t .crop I luxuriant 'forests, 'and requires'I flO '

Post lot nVillf, MADISON. 'i ; oCMaximilian to withdraw: troops from and Before the,' ith'e! 1 1.the ufacturiog idll ( the' iheep"t
% vlueh the Lwould be'1I1mply a declarationrbf ''Y hat ..has ping; !, 'manuring; war I inan | o STOCK ,
date fjim.te'r'25thnln) following 'Jorernbi-Wa1k r, 2111 : ': his oulposts! concentrate his forces 'and .di.vide ;
h Godo--McDonelI already.been;'a coinplished.But the proposition J ,: lands'of Fldri'lajliad'atiaincd 'sudU rep'nta1'tiori | may be turned,BfjonJt to bjowse, ..tii :
is tbeelOSlngparapplj; .Lie't( J09v Kelly,-74. "' : '
: A lhner albranb" ,' 61. : i involves the:grant o.q ngrd.of'tbo. them three,hnnies;, placing.onelit':, that, in the course of a few .years.time, be driven thence, teeming with tlie' fat t
l1 1dtr the foregoing authorif ,,.
k L hereby declare arid make known>vas that.the ..'&eretaryfitate-AUen, "109;: Session. ; 28; dangerous.power of deciding'whdt:. ;c6ristitu-; Vera Crux, one at the city of Mexico, and they hail prices from three to eightor 1 ered from their valleys,.hills, and

r city Jacksonville, Florida placed under: .,Magbee;8cott,12.. tea, freedom, and of annulling:.any Stale, law one at Snn'.Luis Potb ./ This strategy;fucuisto ten dollars per acre; to prices ranging( from amarketlIata1wnys, pays a )lan )

the control,and Under the operation.of! .civil :C mjfrp"ferPyle8,186; ; Archer., 87. 5ndicatcthat .he'r cannot, succesafully cope ten to dollars for the better ties.- I i
: fifty invested
I 7Tmm &-;.A 1stin,:47.: ". ..which! in, their., judg, ment'may\ not 'extend 1 cent updixt ftcapital. ndjabor 1 1t

I I .1 law Discharging, and: the civil tho officers duties of of, the their city.rfispeC'who Congres McLeod, 202;'Hogue, 6;; .lyes;:1; I equal! freedom" to'all'rnc s and,,'p eplC., :Under -' with. : !t'he.partiann! guciillft l! Carfare' ,of.the,liberals And lands, whk-ii then sold for ,these' high t any bthe nmVn.ti Interpflse. Cattle, I It
,i tlve offices previous to, or during the month ;Johnson? ; lLigon; ; Price.; ; Bnrn s,4. this dangerous grant,would be, churned ,'anu )concentraics aw.iii.treimorcc- prices, can. now ,bc bought,_will;;,their' im? goats t ana pp .abqpnu.ana.thrive ana mul- i

J t of Mays 1865are; Irivited-to resume their>duties -I Stote Benate-E.J..Yarn,.262., W. A.'Hamp-- in. time,' if not by this Congress, by, some ,ments.. p vcmcnts for from. to tofive' dollars per tiply. in; almost the mirterilous* ratiErotivsts *
\ f r \'patliumd'executc such laws and t I:fpn,20.; \ Gencnxl(John A.L9ganorIhi1n' ( i /has'been acre. Immense bOdies of these lands
Represen&ztsre-Langford, 192; ''I 1 ; other/Congress/: the power of 'enlarging the l .Jacob's.eaiflcj iponbe; ,,ricji or the
r i regulations) as may be deemed necessary ,fprj J I. : osc.y" appointed Minister to. tho Republic' of Mexico.It ,opened g iin ;
f' ready proved
elections 1 so now
i the good government ol the,city having 'atj:.177Hendry:100. law of, as to place the. inthe ;. wild pccii1a1 productions other forests jand

: ., all times,'a'due:regard to the exccpttonscnu.j I"I' :IFCTOAM: : .OL'TKA PRECIKCT. hand of D2gger. 'Indians, negroes Lpigt:1l1ed \ is said by WasbingtOnpoliticians! that I lila isznereu1erfugeoft1iCFcdeiGoscrnment to h ntlon, account cf the.present: reduction many forlferiev: 'are'made 'throughout' tile

F i ;) merated. commander of j jRonville I Governor' Walker,'43. Chinamen. .- : of labor force ,tb'Cultivate them, [resultingfrom State,?in/a,few?; yeara.time, from STOCK ratsIng. ,
and'of the District of East. 1 I' Lt. Governor W. W.. Kelley82; wtil knows that ll ;' 5' *.' .
it *
i! t' ; .florJdai tr. George DavW, 'Attorney; General of the as ho pllU Mexico exists the! overthrow, pfslavery;, and the reckless -"C--o. .- :---3
:' a cordial Support"will be given to Secretary Sta( --B. .F. Allen, 84. : : and thnt this appointment : .
law:by the military authorities, and a111C1t1 Attorney. C'',.n/ra. ,,' -GalbraUh, ,, 28.;'-' Wood., J lite;Cbnfedprats;:tates;:has.been captured at : : merc.shiam indisposition of the frecdmen to ciiltjvatc What has been Baidjs' ; :na_ creation',ol( the

zeus are earnestly 'invited toi,render,.their 'word, : *' ,." Key-West by U. SMarshal KERB, and.'turned tojprove to oilier nations thatibere. is no gov the! soil. )imagination., We seek to paint no Fairy land

V heartyperation<'and thus give to, the i i- : Comptroller'L..G. Pyles;24;;Hugh'Archer, over to the. custody. Commissioner 'Ranspn pm inept.of.thQ Reputilic! 'which! General l ''Lo With such a climate arid soil a* nature, in' and yetin;; the.multitude of, her gifts,and; ;

its former enterprise; prosperity.'andBecrity.T? 6. : canfind and that\ he "arid
iinderHheadnVinistrfition '! \\freasurer-Cl'lLAustin. i2 : rnt-: '" .. .tob; .forwarded to New Yprk 'to' await the gan : must :,return her, profusion:wealth., has,given. lid Florida the magpfflcence of their wealth, it wouldseem i

.-. Ii remains io be shown;whether 1>* It ero/Land-1ThghA, Corl j,26.: cqmmands of the Attorney:$enewj iaL Wash'ihtftun' report c government, of Junrqs, ,non et inTentus'f'&nd'iis -,' i it] can excite no-"surprJso when itJs per thtutbas Designed Tier for.some

6?civil: ruluVthe,goodlwderpfsociety ,Oon )4nOtJ,4 JasY: : Bak'er; 51". an excuse for recognizing! the I i 'clare\l .
4 : ; ;; AH this}trs'be n executed ? that her PRODCTIOKS byjnaturc: and by Paradisial reheat. at fusCsuc1i' a, time as
1d.U.preserved as. .well ,as Jit;::'hasl '} cLeod, 5jJ.=,W. rlce.tfJF."Jobl1son; ; 3. . 3npircasthc'goVcrnmcbtdcfacto., This of 1 '
tlicNe York News r art.arc:1' li.rnit1hle. The leading 'staple arlicleawhicliaro this; when revolutions anr]JTeiingt/p'the! : / )
Corf-B.-A. St. A special dispatch '
l ken doncrby; the military authorities! : While t Circuit ..t. .Putnapi?.; ," course cannot be. General Logan i is. coinmittetl -
Oeo.Bogezi3 : from Washington, says: ',? / ; produced, .m the temperate old order of human .even'ts when effete governments -
? advocate of amilitary gpyeynraenVJ
'e are no ,' ,/SWtcitor-L. L Fleming, 44. !Thc President's proclamation jfnnouncc- to Republican cause in Mexico, by I.region, flourish upon her soilandamplyre-] and peoples are falling asundcrjand
T tti,yet from.our ,knowledge l of ,tlie,.,elements State &nator-Jas. Burt. 47; B. F.Ollvems 'n speech which I he J ad'a in Brooklyn, in
embodied in this community,and from 5. ,. lug the restoration of the Southern States t to ,. which ho denounced'the Maximilian I par/ their cultivators. Cotton com;' cone' Man and 1 Earlhrequire re-juvinatingin some ,,

close observation! we'are satisfied, :take it all Representative R Tcosdale, 51. the Union, and their.right to full representation in Mexico as "a part/ of the rc movement clion"- sugar, sweet, potatoes tobacco,. 'and< rice.arc clime of)higher fructifying po"e.whe.ret .>
) < I Judge Probate-Robt. T. Boyd, 28. in Congress, and also restoring the writ j produced in abundance; In proportion, to former sfrall advance' a step .higherin thescale
thati1e been blessed while
in all, ft3'ih ,: Sheriff VT.. B.. Slpnhcna.. 41:, Z.,'.Mason.., 10. ft. 'n ft .. in the United States. We believe he is sent !, the land= n r cultivation 'and the' force of excellence anif the' .latter rest from
a -- -n-u I -- -.: I I / en- ,
ot naneas corpus,win uc issueii ueiore me ,
passing through.the social and political ,or-. WAbramsl. by the President in good faith to the ; *- A- f
gaged i in its cultivation, more cotton has been I her ancient hnCS1: the old world while
end of
deal of the past six months, i in having had :a I Clerk Court-R. H. McLeod, 37., government in Mexico which that of the '
t County Cornm sioners-N. H. Stevens, 34; I produced in Florida, than in ny,other State her beautiful, healthful ,and 'prolific sister
military government over her; and one,'too,: DR. JOHN LI DI.EY. United States has heretofore recognized:
'- H. A. Gray, 19; J Register, 16; W. Thigpen, of tho Unfon. And the same may be said of of shall .become. ,the.. MOTHER of
that has sate as.lightly upon her, as the exigencies 12 J.. G..M Nabb 9 Peter Monroe 17. The death of the eminent European botan. It is said, that Riva Paliceos, in retaliation I \ "
i ; ; potatoes and< from and.the
.swe ; cane with the mighty STATIONS, oBANAUY.and NURSERY
of her mixed and incongruous.population Magistrate-Jos. B. .8ke.21, ; .T. ist, Dr. John Lindley, is announced to have for the execution Arteuga and his companions sugar ;

would admit, for.her own welfare. We. Thomas, 7. taken place at his residence Acto grecn'Eng. has ordered that all French and exception of Louisiana and Texas. The of the world, propelled by the animi of I

J4 and; much Corner-S. B. Smith, 12. land the 1st November the 'of cotton crop, beside being 'actually'larger in .new anT wonderful influences! Srcuis I
can bear testimony, ,take pleasure on at age Austrian prisoners in his custody be at once
J. C. Camron 19 1.
Surveyor- A. Munroc the lands
; ; proportion to cultivated,1 the FLORIDA
I n doing so, to the truly genteel,and generous sixty-six. He was the author several ira. shot. The liberal forces are in occupation of .
: force employed, far exceeded.the value of the For the 'reseiaf j and- through; 1his mode,
bearing and conduct of the officers,generally. DOMESTIC'NEWS. portant works on the science he professed, Hapacoya, Hustusco, and other important .
p crop ofthe other cotton Stat ', on,account of we drop:the.theme of Florida,its climate,&c.,
who have borne a part in cither District or >A.4'SOUTII including a new Standard Dictionary of points in the East,'thus cutting off communication -
CAROLINA. the large preponderance of SEA ISLAXDJ: cotton -, &. 'per aps,tq.resume/it. ,through another
,. r Post government, The writer has no personal The Legislature of this'State has Botany. ;: I between Oajaca and the imperialists.The : '
II adopted .-- which her soil and climate 'admitted of cbannelUso[ soon as ,time, and facilities, of
\ acquaintance with any ofthese gentlemen; the amendment of the Federal Constitution J latest intelligence indicates that the
l, FOREIGN. XENGLAND. E .' cultivation.. The tobacco crop had.become which wje: are npw , therefore, he intends no mere idle compliments but 'little cause of the liberals is.looking somewhat, '
abolishing.slavery by opposition. The of i is discussing one considerable. the State, uphold us in our purpose; when we may
arising from individual partiality! or 'Hon. press England: and that they arc increasing in strength.. It
Benj p1i F.. Djunkin of Charleston has arid }in the Cultivation of which fortunes'l.1 revise and amplify what we have written .
friendship.; pleased to, render to them been elected Chief Justice of the.State which\ the question of the United S'-ates, is said Vh'af, i In'th<*north.; where the war- is -' .-
made., The article] raised is the Union. .
1 been u- _
aims for damages from the\ ,Alabama whh vo pe
the honor which their,conduct has merited! ,\ = inostly.prosecuted( :tlc ii1i rnlg''a'r _
office had been made va ap.tdjy the death of spreadover ., -
J' r liar to the soil and, from its. great delicacy ,
considerable gravity. The Times professes ri"THEWUEC1LED. r ,"
I They have been friends and protectors to our the Hon. John Beltbn O'Nea! : the country from San 'Matanioras :' .
is to the
and flavor, especially adapted
people, and,we wish them prosperity and Magrath.has, been released'- by order of the' to see great danger to the prosperity, and and from Santa Barbara to' Tampico.On .-, segar. In your rush, kind reader for the news of
lwI manufacture and at all times commands
.. ,:' honors wherever theymay go. I President.. .even.the safety of the British (government, account of the increase Pr.t the'Juarea force : the day arid'for political matter,
,We.owcairnpon the,civil authorities of TE."i and urges' an immediate settlement the issue. in these quarters,Baincourt,has been ordered high price. But the productions' pf the' the markets, &c;;your eyes'wilV'glance over
the city t to awake, to their.duties. A lieavy This- State The successor to Lord Palmerslon continues to abandon Chihuahua, and (fall hack to State are not limited to thoec of the temperate the lines which bear the above title. We be-
seems to l be the theatre of much to be a matter of deep interest Ijy; both the regions, for, superadded to the fruits and:
t and responsible,. lies.before ,them, and lawlessness Durango. seech you, do riot 'cas'the paper aside, say-
as murders, arsons and other i of these regions which grow in
tlie .hne'no time for dallying. Crime is to crimes 'of press and people. SOUTH AMERICA.-Nothing! new as to the vegetables ing:' "Oli it is trash f but pause'
': ,are daily occurrence. Ill feelings Later files of New York .intelligence the perfection of luxuriance in this State,|
I suppressed, and good order to be'.'preserved whites papers military situation in this country.. Festivities etery lin&of ifcarefully--810\Tl1; Now note

--t% ;,: xcsto.bc'. eyied'tbe.i8; to _be )init, I between_the and negroes seem to from England, that Lord John were being held in 1 the }principal cities of she also produces spontaneously,'many of the the quick" tremulous,beating of the heart,
widen and The citizens of Tulla-
deepen. fruits
-j rich and 'delicate oftbetropicsandto
: Russell has been installed PKEMIEU of Great '
-1 proved, and sanit.arylaws to be ,enforced.We .- Brazil in honor of the fill: of Uruguayans and the wave subdued emotions of sympathy
homa, some time ago, pulled down the frccd- make her the of those, in the
Britain, by the Queen; and Lord CLARENDON rival regions
shall uPon these another The Emperor has issued the
enlarge topics at school following, proc that rolls gently over the soul, as by
house in that and
place, by Foreign Secretary, diversity and quality of -their peculiar: ;productions
_ _t time. lama lion. some secret, yet master impulse. .It is POETRY -
-T'T'L_ of1I j. General.Thomas. they were, made to Captain Waddell, of the Shenandoah, surrendered she but reqoirea\he intelligence to
; -This province is again free. --_true musicjif thnuwg, as by
.. THE ELECTION.Sb.faras.we '. rebuild it, Party feelings betweenlh'e Unionists himself and ship to, Uie British owing to the action of our forces and. those direct, and the enterprise to' multiply. The :
: + : : have b nab1eto'1cam, the rctulLs and secessionists wax' warm. In'the war ship Donegal, at Liverpool. He asserts of our allies. The invader hassurrcndered; ,but orange, the )e_the banana;and th.CC_pineapple the jnipIfaliQns, lor;Heayen jThis>-:beautiful

of the..election on Wednesday: 'last, the Legislature Mr. Trimble offered the following that as soon as lie ascertained the 'fact that our mission not yet completed ; our national arc constantly produced in large quantities gem, or rather, this 8tring>(geins,- ;if shenever

'29th ult., we furnish :them b low, 'At'thisprecmctjand 'resolution: honor and dignity are not.yet .avenged; fiung from'her soul the whisperings of
Confederacy had collapsed, he stowed a part of the province of Malta Grosso and of more particularly i two .former;of '
;: .in the pthersin the'county,.our "Thittior4he1reminence: and, great, crimes away his guns and made for' Liverpool for the Argentine Confederation .are yet occupied -, qualities equal to thoscigrown i istnthe_; !tropics; Divinity before, or never. shall again,at once

.dtu. ,. ibeliedwit1icomthendabledec6yuth.- --- against their fellow men ,and the United the purpose of surrendering. The London by the enemy. Forward, then, since while it needs but cntcrprizc .and effortin commandsfor its fair authoress the. fippeira1tion
'case States Jefferson Davis and his accompliceshave from the justice of Divine Poetess. '
May such the : our cause Providence _
? justly;forfeited their lives, and deserve Press conclude that the ship will be-given. thus the right direction- produce ,he:; two
: effortswith
IIIf ?: crowns our
"The success. The uWr cked"ls the first production we
returns front. "May Port, Cedar .Creek and ought to suffer the extreme penalty of to the Federal Government. The London ''Long1 live the, Brazilian nation. latter in such quantities' .to make: them

j and,Baldwin l i reciricts noVrecelved: ]; the law." Post gives tho following particulars of the DOM.PEDRO II. crops.of great imDprtance. to the State 'The have eve seen trom'-the pen.of Mrs. DeMilly '

::4' DDVAL -JACKSONTILLK FBECINCT. GEORGIA. FERRAZ, Minister of War olive and the flourish Florida and and we trust it shall notbe the last;. for SAP.
fbr : event: .. ._ fig by
Ooterwr-D. B. Walker 205. ---- -
-' PHO like she weaves from her harp, spells
The Hon. Charles J. Jenkins has ,
., consented Waddell, the commander of the direction' of labor become
.' a i i. LAeuU. Governor:T :;A. McDonell, 102 "Captain OUR BAIL ROADS. proper might and musical

I .. ; W. W,.J. Kelly, 24, ( ; to run for Governor of this State. He ,is Shenandoah, states that the last .vessel ,he From some the running of the. : sources, of .wealth to.her. ,people. Says a. A> brigbt.ApoUo..lute.'Sweet, strung wiUb1aba1r._ "
Barracouta from cause,
1 &ayofState--B.F.A1Ien, ; 42; Wm. one'of the Judges of the Supreme Court of spoke was the Liverpoolfor passenger writer.from,Europe, treating"iipon the* productions Not only is the "Wrecked rich in poeiicconceptions
!f .Scot* 40 &.R Sessions 5 J.. T. his San Francisco, from which he l learned trains on the'F.A.'G.: C. Rail Road
; Magbee, 1. ,the:State, and, in letter to the people, he 'and i and resourceS of. the State and .harmonious
defeated. expressions
: Attorney :GeneralrJ" Bt Galbraith 43 A. that the South was really truly and the P. & G. Railroad, have been conducted t :: .the ; ,
j JL.!Woodward,:4., ; states that his choice. is. to- remain.. i in that On this he-at once stowed away his guns and on such schedule Florida:figs and ol V 'raDk''ith'the best of but it is strong in imagery.,and graphic in
'I ",",. ComptroUer; Levfia G. Pyles, 166;' Hugh position, but that as the people, of Georgia ammunition in the ,hold, and Btartedl(5for. perhhps; more I theold, world: ,but_are,not a proper delineation of its subject, :Ah, do we not seethe
1 at no: other port. On arriving properly speaking no schedule at all as"'tobreak -i -
.?Archer, 14;FrankPhilips; 1. favored hiin'by placing him there, he owes it account 'the Floridians Storm-God 3'raying
.. ', ,7realUrer-C.H.AustlIi 1C. off the Mersey he took.a pilot f on board, the connection of the trains at Lake yet having; hit stretchingforth' ,

;, :'Congreu ; 'McLeod,-.94; ;J."WI'Price, 31; : to them to take any position- whi they choose and, finding that thenews, of the defeafof City,.much to the annoyance and expense of upon the idea to dry and pack, Smyrna fashion giant arms,to overwhelm the helpless-alas,

W.'M..",';,D. P. .Hogue,, 4; :J. }. P. to assign'. him. Confederacy unmistakable; 'desired 'im passengers travelling either and to the tb costly fruits, nor to 'cxtraetfsalid shall we Jiave to write j&eTioprieM bark
take the Shenandoah alongside ot way;
Johnson, 2;J. M. Cn'pepper, 1. *. VIRGINIA. to man/ oil from th irJoIJ, The date 'the hearts of in Florida
war, if there.were one in the river. The.ex- vexatious detention of mail matter. For along .> palm grows Deep m. -in .. ,
EcutcrnCircuit &. _
Judge > Putnam 165; :. ,Some.apprehension exists in Princess Anne well inthe: South of the State and of these lines sink
? will the ,
in requires inouralrig
.cruiser was consequence placed alongside .whIle ; gems
s. tn. George Rogers,56.SolieUar .- ,. top, we h.aye.heard. .much, complaint
,. utern, qii-t.Lemthg; Oounty that' the negroes design ,mischief to her Majesty's steamship Donegal; and'a: .crew as< 'to''the great tardiness' with 'which. bnt'the: knowledge of the mode of "fructify- and :.tAffft .serenely" yet sadly repose; for,

114; &.K. G Gary"1. ." ; '. ',the whites, as it has become well known that from that vessel placed in charge- of a her.' :freight is transported over these roads i .thefemale.trf e"saysthe same writer, ,to through them, genius thrills upon the, sOl. .
house'officers alsoti-in
: Some custom behig' and
: : 4k.n&r-Iolthes& le.1 0. Bud- the negroes hold secret meetings, which are the'
; 11" know of become .source of valuable] revenue. But while thy animate. intellect.
duigton,32. .. themselves and' that' arms'and charge'i. we a few instances 'confirmatory(
i 4 t ; is -i-----j-.
: < Waddell his officers and for such especially the grape, one of the native- productions
Ecpretentaiitei Sr.x. Haddock, 160;Jas. Captain crew cause complaints.. It is'c rl.hi'that;
ammunition have been accumulated in their [c9MIcAED.1PiTN.ut
.' L A. podouj48A..Moore,2.; ," ;:i; have'been discharged unconditionally, as.thc the manner, ,which, the .businesS oY 'these ,of Florida, entitled to prominent FLA. N
i hands wht1e a large portion.ofthe whites : Co.; .. QT.,20th, 1865.
:Doett / are .consideration
101 :
p 1 ,. :.z H iludJI. 65JMUrPbY,57. ,, .;.J IL;.H. destitute of means of protection against British government 'entertain ''the oplnjon roads carried on just now, is growing to be'a -- as- .a source, of_ weaiii-a, ;j'masj Mews: Editort; IJem.JiThis: thing ,of
.a "'r't any that there no'legal which public nuisance d of nificent wealth-such as her cotton, tobacco, wbicJrhaa.ati acme on
'; rk ir4it ?urt.-M.Jcam.l25; A. Da' assault WOO'their lives. are grounds upon instead a public advantage party, very
Costa,80W;: ,.Ashuret, 27.. peace' or Tbiifbing they can be detalDcd.CANADA.The rJ r and( there are .lilany details of bad' and.rice never. had,.'nor neye>--can have'the !the American continent, has been engulphed

3uneyorC. J-J-JIcNeill: 1 J, 27 _. .' r :o{ egr6esbelngbepcrmlttedto' 'carry arms apprehensions of a Fenian management that imperatively call for, power" tq create. In an ,eminent'degree she hi the Vortex of a regenerated 'revelation
SAmif U..Bowden.1165; J. A..Pickett, 69 should be repressed at once, by :the..military! the correction possesses the soil i.and the, 'climate jththe The Demcxracy> :haying.for their moto-
4 ', :.. .Tax.Auevor.&c-CharIcsBrush, 93JT.; R. and'also'by.the civil authorities, where the invasion from U. S.:\:'by' the authorities from' those who have control of these : : rub --O -. rut4, have played i conspicuous-
:f and of Canada existed/ r ad< The ubl c and natiy predilection,'as it were; for this source part.t 'hB-BepnblicaB ith-all of theirhffaithropharebecoming
'; !; Webb, 77tZjfloMns,14J.Arhau,9; { ; latter have t.h 'power., No 'good,1 ;! 7 : County.1<" Junauwner laier. ,
4 evil vfft grovo out of ft, sooner/. i their WOTS'1 I JLndJit is that Stirl
: rw.ifTi own now .
John 8. PJckett, l41v'W..G.Clirfstopb'er'l22 ,,
IL ; ; f .l' h6 cctivfn pf&WJ4regularsba1 once. ...i.j.. ... **- -- ; enterpriseand capita Whigdo'm.lntirairof(its 'past ''glories
'; "' K GC.Aco6ta,96; Calvin Oak, 43;. Thomasa8awarrtz,21rAArCanpva,3. < ; TEXAS. been sent from Montreal to West m Canada. -S .- .' --, be intrdducedto improve -arid'. fructify 'by ing its = Dif ia assuming -
; : ,: Indians .. with all of present rmitj t
; .The ,are creating much alarm '
along '
;: ; ; '! tv.-The splendid steamer Lizzie Baker itrt'OneittheatIye efforts ofhecsoil: The 'beautiful ,- Ever true to- the
: hadi
The institutions a aspect.
'!* Coroner-Roberts; 77; Snow, ; orwn4; { banking ,armed] their '
: "; :": *''ADdre .,4.tS \f Ledw tb. 3.,.? ,theNprthern. : tip ntier. of.this- StaVe. .'Orders. ;employees at 'Montreal l, and the :Mayors' of. .Captain'KIKO' ,'from Savannah arrived at'her, .'elperiments 'th t-;hive been 'mad ,'on promptidgs of patriotic fervor; there is beau

I .w:', ." *. Justice Peace-W. X ,McLain,' 101. ; JesseeA. hare been.issued from WashLngton directingthat this city and Toronto were, co-operatingwjth; :"wharf yesterday about:one P.;, .}!"w'!h he ; very'imperfect: ,scal.5 Wilb the culture 6f< the ty, and theroLsbarmoi' upon its every fea .
unmitigated -
J "t Broslt 56 J.; McCortflick, 4.. no more troops be mustered out of f theservi :1 ture. P9&lQtt;Sterling integrity and
; ;, j usual supply of and in the State indicate ih
the military to place their, resp, .ctiyecitles in' passengers .freight;, and grape ,clearly : ),o- patriotism, have been its crowning 1UN, PKECUfCT' e,and forbiding the,sale'of1 any more a state safety.. Volunteering on.the frontier left (or Palatka about 2 o'clock P: M. rida should be almost one ;vast 'vineyard.What .- pomts; LndnoWf iIftherevemng- to de-

I' S k -. ,. Uoerwr-.WIker; 87. .' '" g, erm'prop rty, Governor.' :.Hamilton. was going on,actively. the 15th "JfUh 'The steamer Fannie ;Captain ;;MdNELTT, has been said, of ,the .productions of clime. a 5 beautiful. 'unse bends over the
.,. Lieut. 'Oorernor T. A. 'McDonell 23.' .
It is B i llowdifferent with Democracy.
"willi issue his whole ;
k "- : ," ., r' Secre yState H.TFI-Allen: ; 10.' ....' o* the of on proclamation" for and 17th,,inst.. All]this; excitement rwas-nro-, from Charleston, reached,this port'on Friday Florida does not require .amplifying! ,.,as, to. When, Messra.. .are.yre ).bid:a last
""* assembling a :
""ptrr'lkr-Hu h Archer 15. ': .peo-, last.fhts'boat is doing a fine business, every.thoughtful, interested mlnd
i : duced from Lf rmati n.rportInj'toiiiv! :;, un: : their fWewelVio party bickerings-; andTbehold hi-
ii I '- ''... '. -vAttorney? Qtnerat-3t. B: GalbraiUi 8. pie, t f take pkce on the ;15thf test. The been'received,bv the.Canada authorities:, Later ,: 'd r"'the management, of her l popular 'com.mander. simple}mention i is suggestive of the' profusion :jiugorated.ia their rtead Bome.'limited,yet
; rmans'crt.bls (
M. lres..19.l G .
congrpa.w. f State intend planting '
: '..' ,. ,cotton sofr \ inaUUTa11On00thQ stability
i : V :: permanent pn-
: ; -.f accounts state'that !the'.excitementWas' ,ofgiftswhlch.naturelias bestowed ,
:Judg &ste&Cicit--B'A.'Putnaxn., 81.. largely. and are encouraging .their I .., t" _. _' ,. ** *'' ,-. &uponv der.cextaln contingencies. .
country r -
; I : ; . ; -t> -* _
ti &liidor aater CsreuStL L JAiLMCLatest advices :, -_ .--.--, r.v-_ _. -- ,. ..
bring the f
.,r '. ,1 .., D1lJig', m itoemigratetothat8tate.- i '_ _'. r'_; t' -.V.. : ; :-
t t 24: :' / 'f .ltft.--
: '. ,, I tug intelligence that,the.insurrection'pnffthis FLORIDA' :. [Butl1ttIeneed be said of the RESOURCES of 'y IMr.. '
:: ; / .. ." '8taii' H.'St O. Buddt4'g. __ ___ _, __ ; -z l,
,; 20; LLJ u u I--L -L -U-. .. I :
,!? ton' 8.T' . I88IIPPL unhappy Island has been quelled., Elsewherewe Its C1tate.Goography.TMoage.' } the..State; 'for i4o'teg t gmnfks, upon The above. communication. from- ,our- 'co-

; N. 10 A.t :Governor, Humphreys sent a message to the5ei4Wature'rec publish'accounts of the' horrible' \ her .willi'ibe admit to oar' coldmas,'With
Jieprcunta&tct Haddock ;,J. attrociUes.perjxjtratedLby 'MortalitySoflProduotton,: and, PRODUCTIONS, carry t so,far as_ respondent we-

'I .'Peden,19Mdbre,25. et dlng ihat negro' J: ; the, ;s iras whom .GREET; 'nes urccs. .. ; they go;a:statement .of her resources. Her pte' sthe,!" these are eTer'Opealo."the free

ri : .'Sheriff-Clerk Circuit UBowden-27rJ.'A.OwTt -&elinttt18i) ;PickeU Hearn 4 8. :te5timpny.admitted.into, the' Courts, t );;that LT, and his coadjutora;are, :hounding,.cp,to ,The:::spjL .of IfIor'.dli' i is:'said by 'geologiststo.Jbe l :wwcji/afed' ,CLDiATE/her i .rich soil,her boundless expression "of -oplttlo acd>-r ;.never fear

j-, 4DaCosta,7. :, "' .. i ; freedenbe encouraged to work, !so" that blood by their better love for ,the .African mostly diuviaifbut-more] 1 ; particularly! l capacityibr ,the 'pRppucnpK, tq 'perfection ', "rr iolong!t ;as,reason:)hf\ ;free. to' combat

bZ .; :'f" 1t.: Co nt om'miiri 1krl-Ge. cost' 20 they can support their families' and .educatetheir than the Caucassian Such will ever be'J the' ,so that.of th&peninsular,the middle...: portion of the most valuable staples of the world herj*, We diffe from our correspondent,

!', I"I"W; ones;t; Roberts 1..J. 8. P1 kctt,27L. \children. ; '.that they be aBsured" of-protection 'fruit of their.fanaticism and teachings.] of"\Yhlch i ithe'hiOiprqductivo- rlands. !alone pla : irfront and foremost all countries .however. td nii'tacts/aad'his philosophy.

'c :. Prlce,Juttice, JVaThornas Oak'11Chophr,42: Bowden 80.jnCBSAKDKf ., :from the State. working',' ,for_the MEXICO.-The news'from-Mexico< is quite 'are (Classed high: hummock:"l Iqy ,hrirnm'pck, ofthj&ofldfwfaathmeiitj>f''magnificent .. b the; the'. emocracT"' never

;L I : :,. :" .: A,,XASSAti. tIcTT.. ,( :, support of .themselves and their, familes; 'interesting. _'The liberals 'seem,;"to '.hare beCOme .' savannah,,swamp.ano\'the\ j j'.various qualities i itialih. :But these?prodactitps..are]herRESOURCES had;, :not'oTo.: -have1, tiow; **for their 'motto:

.'. ''" ik::. Governo7'-Wslker' /49. that a tar be imposed !upon them : for the animated with,[renewed, .energy,,arid :'offline land..* -The soIl f the-State Ja' gcn
.. : .L.. CDon l 1,8: $ 'Kelly, 19. Bupoort helpJessTreedmen ; that the' Vagrants ; certainly! have. had new,. successes Matamo-' -' ''rally sandy;.)lntersper8ed.m6stiy 'in. .Middle .boundless. .FORESTS- .,''ire, ,mines. .'of "rrealttf,before to them b$, their _encmie*% and': which theIrlitiy
$. '_ &rl'f.nflfl St ". Allen/37.! be.forced To\ some ,profitable ras is claIned to be held at their' Florida here and there with',' 5Mexic6and'California '
: ;: ,, 6 : --' ';B..GalbraitK45. trieityj; for ,. ; bodies, .of Clay which, these of, :iGolcpnda, ;: 14 thfi pasU-asoytU. t *
I -4 .1. ;mpttpaer-Bol1ii' .1 Baker. 'llrPyles,29. support t4rnselvesand. that. the)Imperialists! :are said to; ,a' starving. lands.; :The hummock lands,which, abound (."pale their ineffectual'.fireaj'i'; :;Her enacted/ias, In every- ay and :every stag

: J rreasurei-c. ap_!. 88. ". ., -- 'a'militia:Uwib' .passed. bllng., tholJPi \iato !""condition, and the,people of the city are said Iri'liie: .State, are'moTe':or less freely- mixed magnificpnt 'YEu..ow: PISES for l lumber or; :of progress amply; tefated .'Inthe.seJOUd

I u!. ..& CQiira.-cLe4h43; ; .''D. .,augue."" ',:'1"f" '; :protect the people} 6f:. .ititn State,':'aalnsyagranngrcciand t ,roW suffering from'the- seige.. The! investIng -; with clay,'are cpvered'witbwoods' .\ ; ; ;; .and aj r streams. t.I li uid the brm "of' tufpentinpher 'pTt c: wd6no( ti:1i"hQ::!! a.1tlU .ieTer

.' ;ili':': A.'r- ', ): 'JtidiJi.Buwnnt B..D' k1ns2 'I".' (.'. T.. ,.,- 'Lon" 'r' 9.A; iw te.fI1e fle, deems, forces of the, liberals have been increased, said to be the most prPJJ ac U" e| )landspT.the ;,;] giant t.OAKS; sufficient r for the obiedt1iaIt' 'fsl..woo to det i" j when

:' .' .,> ?'-. 'jbtidtofpyvwirhK "MtlHf'aUIWU. the passage of Iheje measures as of yiUl ,Im.1bt Generals Pendro amf Mcnd t having arriv d State. High hummock'Utlinbered.with, the building of navies..for all ,tti wqrid. throug. there shall be Jio parties nor party: 'Kctosatisfied -.
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'f'I". '"$; :G.4.An-:; owfr' ',.,. l.; ...1 ''., ."' ,, and says. that. it the Imeapa lt.hJeoQ'U: .:anjo1ned;Q ibraQordo ,' (oak;among,\fhlch'are'thelivo"; .oak,the'mag. out all time, her fragrant CEDARS'and juzn- ings i1. )$ that"thdDjaiw1IIMvrepQeC

",',L'..y ,.."'..w.. ; ...If..IIU4. ., ."Jo. ..1'1 1M"< i, 'hfewbff.t, .thfe..Fiideral. _. troopi'1'. :,i'from-. the .General. : .Porrs., c m andb, ." g'a, division of ,nol1aIaoI, hickory;;'d iftp# '&c;:, azd are: puS in counlles. |_r>rpfu8ion} fbrJmanufacturtouched upon i its

"'; :'. : :Tit $,l. r the liberal' fur 's;,''captured .&fdStpjfejiA/ .best-ad pte4-ror":,the geherat pisptdgr1chs .in. ses. Li. 'SoUfCes w1 Ich it ,but: liW thereJ .Al..pght orman'
re BMnc1fa8D.C.t. ;. ; !fIrdn.- ( '' : ,.. .gpU'P9 .. ,. proud AoJong a*: *'
---- AMembt : l i Jre cted .j .iar fSfxv i tm is 'i9 4v \'Ii' eil '
at lt ro'l -
&e lit.a. tBagdad -*' ttH M'CVJ', ; ; peas, rcottonj; by.jth'e Appliances :of nil cnlcanicaiskillf.'wpuld i "d 1eJfQI1i.Deur ceasing
r-J; i ;tfl C .! d cl4edjl,t to :flie proposIonto! ( : admit \,and.:General;Canal es:was matching, .I&:"":--T1ov hurnmocksar&tImieyed' with constitotQ a wcalthlsxifflcient: for 'o h1 l9? pp'iro'low1 etber we

,,"..t, jM/J BJ;tt3.: Braddock'I; negro' testimony agal iwhItep&tM4P n' 'toward that city at the bead ofa 1Iberi1 force-' t otv n w tcz Qalc, n J bjei J iq, ..overflpwylratare .; any!kindonvBut: :these, ',arenot! tjdjf 1::) her | teaaguraled W :thd.r stead
'\ or ;.... .'n'; B" / : ifiiac1:: bvLLj 1' : ,wlt : h 'fv pf:captrin itf; '8ucji-are; the the best\lands .Jportaugarrwheii! fisheries another :
: ; 11.J > 1'; ?Ih' I -'> "' '. : are, .source... ."of wealth andprpfjjerHy (rtl b rtngs);some ,limited ,yet perma-
: wp'f..1iB: Ratc1Iff,2i":"'!! l': ;td n.TJitrtt6tfcl Johnsh: J hI' s wife,,, staii41t ;.1 ,tie'sitiati.oi" through'hcpcLli 'idmocd2liBavannab.8*. ion. ''theborders, {pt '\.1 ,, 'T: 1e Im jfence/pf: ,this, BE.BOUBca .I .nen' Inanatfono( g-iibflIt3' tutd5ccrtainvontIieii1

t :: 'r' <'f''I" ; !," ." 1 ,t;W. ,U'John.k ., :., ., 1 f'The' :of the'Hon*y r'Ne Preston n*!.r r*"'*' '; :Brt i1I, Jinj' :;: baI4; e IC",. :J.>,it lit.1 If: hi"ic11iCd'"'' _: t," h, d 1,'bbd1. ,pfji e 1 8iat6jia] for'some;.ycara :past ,Th. w.e ?tS37. nOt

j'_ H ; son, 89, .- body ,"King,,' late' responiibla' firm of New Oreatis, have fre.- and,ai'I('geefl I,y.'ftJ 'aluyjousy1eld2: been'forcing itself:uponthe: attention of lit-,. kno'ingi"baf are to U1&i jD.,.C ntin-
,- 'CUDBDD CON3TTT. QDISCT PEECDf CT. Collector of the port of New York bad not liable"intelligence that Matamoras be'taken : .: : i, ; 0ldbe
I cannot ingsta dry. ons very largely Inducts. !pio- telligent obsefversi-4"Thd"JcoastT\' of Florida 'i{.: 'lY i obflct"''
Walker 204 JfcDonelJ Al been dlsdorered up to the 25th. It has be- the liberals and that i "
ft ; Kelly,80; 88;; by: the garrison These lands to be made constantly says the Boston Commercial Ballet. ,"1t '; necessary to '. entraUzeaiC&PI

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: r K, STICI PIEY. No. 50. f 1pMe Nlaica of |" r Z
:I. After *1L( con ru. ; America j ,
: TERMS: > clstUay of Dcceniber next it is J ,. : ; -
1. : -.i UOT1CE is hereby given that the amount .of Direct
'ordered bf
Annum in Advance, by Government HBat'Ticf'rations T GfoVine II Taxes assessed, upon the several lots and parcels : 1a -
vfo Rgrfpt1onq taken for lens than Three rnnths.copIc be issued to Freedmen or colored persons. Cerles,f PrOvI,1on,,.\ <; Liquors.;;STparaTJic H of Und aimate In the city of Jacksonville, Duval coonty .
IIYC CCUtA.F IL The Freedmen or colored &c., at reduced prices to cloud the Ooncerfl.Merchantr- and State of Florida, pursuant to tn act of Congress : ; fiygi 4 --
>ithin and
this persons dealers are invited to call early and secure bargains. Entitled "An Act thfrCollectlon .of Direct JTxes () tf
command, arc called upon to go to work .*Sale from d&ytodayntt1 closed out J" Jn lusurrectlonnry Dirtrida within tie United -..8tstesand ; 9 fr

-.aolIrI perS
t m : One SolUr Jbr each sabseojim inier.dClLlCt.011 good conduct, at dl cbmnvlnucrH ofPosts Dec. a- tf_'_ __jsot 0 UQeg'iul31ock3ay&reet., lull remaining duo, may be paid on or before Decem
arc .
lrs :- k.SEcuErry --,-' her
to forbididlers : Slat, 18C5'to John 8. Driggs at the Custom House -
*"* and IaZypeisOns'being at in the city of3ekronvIUe aforesaid.. .x .
made to permanent advertisers.J : IKSTTEAHOE
their Posts and in the vicinity, and by tune- &, L. D. STICKNEY,) Direct Tar ; -
.tz: -
O U v1tINTLG, ..'.y advice, induce,such'pefraons to work and '* WM. ACSOP. J- Commissioners for the '

and proUqt1Y o.tited:: ... 4 JCthey: have ":do : AUSTIN SMITH, J State of Florida. rtp
-cry'si)K U'Y find- :something New York. oyemher26t55..4f : ; .
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for them .
the citizens
-- --- among labor
--- requiring I
H. H. 3f OUST upon the farms in the. surrounding MARINE A FIRE INSURANCE.tff ..
THE country.
f TIK" sooner' -colored- -persons 'caiv'tmderstand Office oa the corner Fonyth and Ocean Sts., !FMECOL! : 4.-

from the New York Herald, of the that -'Up Stairs. R. F. FLOYD > > \/ f, ; 4 '
\Vc clip they are to work for a living, the Dec. 2-tf Agent. _v :
tilL! the following description x>f this, better it will be for themselves and the conn- .

2Ut fear k$t steamer, together with her list oflingers. try. The winter-i5 approaching, ; tithe issue I? R O S P EC T'USOF $30,000,000 LOAN *(l? --!- ,
of rations the I i '
by Government
being for THE : .
Fortunately the latter is much }*,
: '
: bidden, they will find themselves and their St. AnstuMtine H x a JTX i n e'r. Pilots -

J rc limited than has been' generally snp. smiles greatly benefited in accepting the ABOUT the first of January next, 'the undersigned oTBgREPUBLIC r : ,.i''
l'ere, yet too lon by far God com employment offered them by their former to re-establish the above named paper, OF MEXICO. ; *-. J,

nosed masters.. in the city of St. Augustine, Florida.. ] -
the hearts of those who are mourning -- The fortunes of war necessitated the suppression of TWENTY.YEAR Cnpoa Bonds in sums of $50. $100, '- -
fort A III. The standard price of labor is as fol- this paper after the 9th of March, 1862 f and now, that I $500. and $1 000. Interest seven per cent, payable T'

cIIiOUt hOIX : JOWSi .. peace has returned to the country, the undersigned in the city oi New York. Principal and Interest ; 1 ; '- -* -
OP TOE TEESEL. Glen's month -- will again make efforts, i s he has done" in the, past, to payable in GOLD. $10,000,000 to be sold at SIXTY < :1'
pay and to'1':3lIeifs -
pESCKITTIOS ? per rations. $10 -secure for his native city a Press of her,own, and! endeavor CENTS on the DOLLAR, in U. 8:Currency,thus yielding 1 : *<,;,
The D. H. Mount was ft single decker ofilircc : pay for one day's work and to advance the Interests of his State, through an interest ofTWELVE PER CENT IN' GOLD; or : : i

hundred and twenty-seven tons burthnc ntions.....Seventy-five Cents. the seal for her wollare, which, as one 'of her -laboring SEVENTEENPER CENr.-'IN' CURRENCY -the ; Av -
present rate-of premium on gold. The first year's interest *
he has
Pay foronehour's sons, ever manifested : .
and| nine feet draught: She was built at work.. Fittecn Cents. The Examiner will be conducted upon principles in already provided. The most desirable investment -, : ; M LI '

Bonndbrook in 18G3, of white oak, with fast- Pay by the Kouiy for Tmore than strict? accordance with the great changes which the late ever offered, Immense tracts of mining and ag : '

of iron nnd She had- one : one hour,jinless|there is aspecial revolution has wrought in the OrganicLaws of the ricultural lands i SDCT1'PER CENT PORT DUES :
tflflS copper IMPOSTS, and TAXES, in the States of TAMAULIPAS : -
c6htractL'A."w".1.vll2 United States and of those Florida, and the late revolt ;
31 inCh cylinder engine, with a piston 6trokeof, All l2Centa g States ; and will, in'an especial manner, be and SAN LUIS POTOSI : and the PLIGHTED FAITH : :: il3 .. -
thirtr-one inches. She was one.hundred and laborers can obtain their pay upon devoted to the Educational, Commercial, Agricultural,' of the said States and the GENERAL GOVERNMENT : -

sixtv-threc feet lonjr, twenty-three feet terms of right'and justice, by appealing 'to and Literary interests of Florida,and to the interest of and are ALL payment PLEDGED interest.for the redemption of these Bonds _/ .
the "Ancient I"
of beam and nine iect depth! of these Headquarters when City at
breadth considering them The Examiner will be Issued weekly,, on a day to bo THE SECURITY IS AMPLE. York,- -.
bold. She was enclosed up to her deck for selves wronged. hereatter determined, at the following prices, viz : $30 U. S. Currency will 1 Gold Bond of$50 Nov. *
buy ft Ct.
and was "hog braced." It is understood that there1 are labor- One COPY One Year................ .....$3,00 $60 ". fl per $100 -
cargo ing men' who many .. Btx months-......... ...... .. 2,00 $300" -
LIST OF HER PASSENGERS. ot are not worth the standard ."- I Three months..... ........... 1,00 $600 '. r '-- v-". ., "-L" m ,-. .4 3 $1,000$50fl : -7
following is a list of, the. prices named, and they willbt hired,' and i v Persons desiring to subscribe will please address the SI.7 .
accordingly. All able bodied women undersigned at Jacksonville, until the 20th of December .i
i"*' *"* -"* "" -
Wuu icft ? >oJlVf *i uner on/; -will hn next, and after that date, at St. Angustine. My LEAST ONE BOND. ;
20th tdt., furnished us, by Mr., uooff- rjoul ran> tniir tn Rpvnn dollars. : ; :
the of the steamer IMrsGeo. IJv I order of Col. JOHN- I. SPRAOCK.J. p 4tfuUywTfto toTn erprise rearn Circulars forwarded and subscriptions received by 1. T,, if

!gnet-d, the agent : M. J. SANNO, and to send me their orders for themselves and ... JOHN W. CORUES & CO., and o
II. Beacb,,)! Greeley, Miss Lieut and Adjutant ?th Ui S: Infantry for as many new friends'as they can make for the paper. j J.X.TJFFT; Financial Agent of the Republic a
Grcclcy,Calvin X.Henry, wife and son; Chas; The following persons are authorized to receive subscriptions nts -
: ii- i
A. A. A. General for the Examiner -.t .
wife and two sons Mrs. Jones/Mas- ; ,. ;- 4 .
C. Reno, -s--- -._ Hon. John Beard, Tallabasse,Fla.Col. ers generally throughout the Cnhed States. Jl --
ter Jones,J. II. Moorehouse, Mr. Nels nMr.; D..H. Livingston. Madison Fla. Nov18lm : of w -
Daniel Emma Mr. D. L. Bill, the gentlemanly purser of the City Fin. d v *, -- I"-
Manly, L. M. Folsom, Buckley, Dr. E. T. Sabal. Jacksonville, "
Mr. Rosebrooks; Mr., Gray Mrs. Point, has our thanks for Charleston papers of the James Hurt, Esq. Palatka Fla.J. THE MARKETS. I
Savannah .
Burritt -Johnson colored. Sfith, and Xew York papers of the 25th. E. Hernandez, Oa. "' .4 .
Grnv. Jutlge ( ) Dr. T. L. Palmer, MonticeUo, Fla. -OJnckhonville----' -5 > 4' ALL -- .

.---. __ ? r > -u.4 CoL \V. M. Ives, Lake City, Fla Market. : .. -, -.' .

make tr-:: See notice of"Schooner for sale" at Hon. 8. St Geo. Rogers, Ocala, Fla. San isrtri .' ..
ft! We beg to qrr' acknowledgement .M. Rogero, Eeq. Orange Springs, FU.J. McCarthy Ginned IH) a $1 00 .

to the offices of the Xew York Herald, auction this morning by "Wells." Evans Frost, Augusta, Ga. Roller Ginned'...f.\V..ri.Vv.. 80 a 90 p

John F. O'Neil, Esq., Charleston; 8. C. Saw Ginned... ................ 65 a 75 THE .
and the World for liberal files of their:papers -4 The Press Florida will confer a favor by copying trLAbs.. .

the' Col. PEiSOAL-WC-WIC pleased to receive a this Prospectus, which courtesy we shall be happy at Ordinary... .. ........(....;,... 40 a 45Middling iou ed to of .,/ v
toll 2M nit, through courtesy any time to reciprocate. ; .
.. 48 a 50
;visit from Mr. J. M. HARRIS, correspondent Very-Respectfully, ... ; ; !
Trrrs and Doctor WESCOTT, per steamer"Mian MiddlthgF&Ir.- 52 The ,
and agent ot the Savannah Herald. We arc MATrHIAS R. ANDREU. Flour, wer bbl.. .$14.00. a- J1B.OO the $ <
Kccr, to whoin we are",also, under Dec 2-it 'Hominy, per Ib 5o ; ;'t ;

this office. pleased to learn that this staunch and popu- - Corn Meal per Ib............ ............ .....J.8alO /
obligations for favors shown lb.- .....10 a 15 -.--
NOTICE. Fresh Beef per
_-. -- -"f-yr lar paper is prospering, and wish it all suc Chickens per pair..:. .... .... ...., ;..J/ ..73 a 1.00

wOur readers will .not' fail to notice cess. weeks after date, appiicati6n will be made by Egggperdoz.... .... .... .... .... ...4.,....,. ....40 a 60 :
: SIX the undersigned, to the Judge of Probate of Dnval Butter per Ib .... .... ..,. .... .... .... .... .... .60a75 IN I '
ihst the board of Tax Commissioners- for county, for letters ot administration on the estate of Sweet Potatoes per bushel.-....... ...... ... 1.50 a 2,00 :

Florida have made arrangements with "Mr: Mustering: Ont. Samuel Ellis, late of said county deceased. Irish -per bbl.... ...... .... ...... ..5,50a6,00.Savannah :: ; ; -

The 1st buttallion Florida Cavalry says JOHN 8. 8AMMIS. feet I !
S.DWGGS at the Customhouse to"receive Jacksonville, Fla. Dec. 2-6w. 1 Market ,
J. the Floridian, were mastered out of the United near %
Flour bbl.'common.. .'.... .. .....f9COa 1000. -
assessed on the in Jhcksonvillc. States service at this place last week. per
the taxes property (
Baltimore Extra...... .....Il,00al2,00.
; The 2d battalion are, we understand, to re.ceive -. GREAT DISTRIBUTION Riccperc:..... .. .-... ..-.. ..-.. .........V..9.5C .' r

their discharge to-morrow. These two Batter per ibm firkin**.<,... .......;.. ........48 a 50. m
battalions werewelbelieve only BY THE .. Ooshen....'.... .. .:.:.. .. ..53 a 57.' : ;
organ ; .'
4 5T A synopsis bf the Direct Tax Act, izations of .troops enlisted by .the United EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION. 1 COTTOX.Ordinary. ; -

weliad week's ? Florida .-;..;.....\... ..... .... .... .... .... ...27a28c.Middling. .' The : ':
wLi'cli prepsifcQ for Jhis paper States authorities jn during war ; ESTABLISHED 1846.I ... ..<>.'...... ,.... ,..v..".,...i ..<*.'.... ,48.* / -.
is crowded out by press of other matter, and and these were, to a Very considerable extent, I SO Broadway New York. Goo4.M4dUing.;.'..-,..-.i-";.......-?;.*.?,i..ft f'V.;.t 60.
States -
composed of refugees from other who ] -
will appear in our next issued to service in the Confederate Rosewood Pianos, Melodeon. FIt Oil Paintings,En- NeYork Markets. '1m

sought escape gravingg.SilverVare Fine Gold and Sliver Watches -. *- t .-NEW-YORKNov.241865. .., __ --
armies by betaking themselves to Florida. Diamond Pins,Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelet, Gold- .... .. .../.V.r.r.t.J..i.: ...'i4; aM7 j 1
CapL McXfiLTY, of the Steamer We have heard very little complaint of their Coral Florentine, Mosaic. Jet, Lava and Superfine State and western flour.... ....$7 85a8 00 : -

deportment since the return ol peace and as Cameo Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with Etratat ...... .,.... ..........'...... .....815a830ChoiceSfete. of Jf
for ,
thanks ,
Fannie,* will please accept* *bur# f. observation enables to Gold and Silver Extension Hold ..?,. .,... ?.. -,. ..... ....,..,835855. River ..'-; '4 '
late Charleston and Savannah papers. .. .. far as our own us ers Sleeve Buttons, Sets of Common to mediant extra Western ..-"i-SIS a 8 75. She and -

speak, they have been most orderly and well Studs, Vest and Neck Extra round hoop Ohio ........ ........ ....8 80 a 9 00 A.M. :

behav d.Major. Chains, Gold Rings, Western trade brands....'.,;;........-.. ....905 all 75 will toii -

WEEKS of the 3d has determined &c., Valued at Common Southern...... .... ...... .... ......925.1025Faucy M.- ; vor
tWM.; ALPOP Esq.; a member of the Cavalry, and extra do..,. .... ij;... .... ......1030alCOO For !-; <
board of U. S. Direct Tax Commissioners for to "beat his sword into a plough $1,000,000. Common Canadian.... .. .'.'.'.'.'..1 815a850 or to : : : s...

share"-in other words he has, we are gratified DISTRIBUTION is made in the following'manner : Good to choice and extra..!...,..;;.... . 8 55 all 85 :
Florida, has tendered his resignation.TI1E to learn, rented the plantation of the late CERTIFICATES naming each article audits VALUE, Rye flour (superfine)...... .... ............6 25 a 6 75
well Corn meal, Jersey.,.. ...,....., ...... .....425450 -
PARKILL twelve miles from in SEALED ENVELOPES which are t.
= -.-- Cant O. W. are placed the Certificate Corn meal, Brandy wine.'... .... .VJ.i... .....5 OOa- '
mixed. One of these Envelopes, containing -
STEAMER CITY POINT.Tbi Tallahassee, where he intends to devote him or Order for some Article, will be delivered at Corn meal, Braridwine,puncheons.... .....25 00 a THE
line self to the production of cotton. office sent mall to address,, without regard I'pland. Florida. Mobile. A*. O rf T. for -
the first of a new our or by any *
magnificient Steamers to choice. receipt of 25 Cents. Ordinary...... .... ....33 37 38" 39 L's two -
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established ictwpen Cb'arlestbu"and Jackonvffle .. .. 53 63
about to be On receiving the Certificate the purchaser -will see Middling IM 51 62 tor
and points on'the'St.Johns reached this City 3IANUFACTtRERS' PROFITS.-The editor what Article it DBAWB, and its value,and can then send Good middling.......53 54 54 55 -
with of the JVe-zr England' Farmer, in his List ONE DOLLAR and receive the Article named, or can .jA
on her maiden trip,Just M we jver* going to press
.. "notes of travel, says j -"A stay of four hours choose AST OTHEE one Arycle on our List of the same Quotations for Uncurrent Money. .
our last isitoe- hence we w ere unable'fo.notice the cfrcumUnc 1 ;
at Lowell gave me opportunity to- learn that CORRECTED' WEEKLY BY A. '!!. MCCORUICK.i .
of her:arrival at the time. She Again made mills in and IBS' Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES,may,
most of the are operation earning
obtain Article WORTH FROM OSE TO .GEORGIA. at
in this manner, an v- ; .
her last Thursday morning 24 hours from
appearance dividends for stockholders. I was Oct
large FTVK HnaanDoza.&aa, n Augusta Insurance and Banking Company.....cents ; -

Charleston and 17 hour from Savannah. The City told by a "gentleman somewhat conversant FOR ONE IDOLI A-R Bank of Augusta...... ...... .... .;... ..20 cents --

Point lain chart* of Cspt JS.L. Talbot a gentleman with the manufacture of cotton, that, 'on all which need not until Its known what is drawn Bank of Athens..... .... .... .... ...... .... ....25 cents to-
they psy ...'. .., ... .. .*... ..... ..12 cents
of Columbu ,
who la evidently in way "master of the situation. of dollar is and its value. Entire Satisfaction-Guaranteed' to all Bank .
every cotton goods a profit one
light Association would call attention Bank of Commerce .... .......... .... ..... 7 cents ; -
The Eureka Gift
." D. L.BilL Purser.As made on every pound of cotton used. Cases. Kant of Fulton..\.;. i....'.'.. ...18 cents ;
to the fact of its being the Original and Largest ---------- ---- pub-
she IJ to be a ;gi&r weekly visitor we..append -- -- Gift: Association in the country. We are therefore enabled Bank Empire ..10 cents pre .

the foUowing description hierwhlch we take from to send FtSRB GOODS, and give better chances to Bank Middle Georgia.65 cents -
sinjliA obtain the valuable than ,other ..establishment Bank of Savannah...,........?. ..?,...40 cents v' 4
more prize any
CUrfcr of the Md alt. ,
the Charleston ... -
of tbe kind. The business, contines to be Bank of State-of Georgia \s.- i....< ;20 jsents I >
The City Point la in every respect one of the finest N IDEA prevails among many people that Smuggling conducted in a fair and honorable manner,and a Urge Central R.IL and Banking Company.80 cent past .
steamer that ever graced''our. harbor. On her construction M is a very harmless business; that, though contrary and greatly increasing trade is proof that pur patrons City Bank1 of Angmrta;;...*.i-20 cents to .!-,-
and appointments no learn a sum than $1Ot ,- to law,yet the only penalty attached to its viol*. appreciate this method of obtaining rich and elegant Farmers' and Mechanics'.12 cents : -,' -
.000 to been expended. The saloons are t&stefully and tion is the possible loss of goods smuggled, should they Georgia R. R. and Banking Company.........60 cents the : of
richly decorated, the same ttme'a-'regsrd for happen to be seized. The law is as follows : goods. the this Association.- -has sent a very Marine Bank.,....,.f......"...-.60 cents : -
the convenience of the passengers is a marked-feature That if any person shall knowingly and willfully, During number past of valuable year prizes <4.0 all parts of the Meeh..fl1ceBflk-; : ... .,.-.... :. cents : : : T. .
of the entire plan. She haa accomodaUons for 160 first with Intent to defraud the revenue of the United States Urge Those who us will receive the full Merchants' and Planters' Back;. ..,....,y-.J,10 cents
class passengers alone. She la In length 210 feet, with.bre&dthofbeamof54feetsndadeptho'boldOf smuggle or clandestinely Introduce into the VnftelStates country.value of their as patronize no article on our list is worthless Planters' Bank...'. .... ....1 ..'. .. ..:.,..;.12 c ntsUnionBarik.r. 4

a 10 any good*, wares, or merchandise subject to than One money Dollar, retail and there are no blanks. : .:..,. ,,.,',;.,;.. ...; ::10ceflta At -
feet. Her tonnage is 1,110 tons. She It provided with duty by law,'and which >should have- been- invoiced Parties dealing with us depend on having prompt .Timber Cutters Bank.-..'.' v"'.."...5 cents : ( ,
an engine having a 45 inch cylinder,with a stroke of without paying or accounting for the duty,, or: shall and the article drawn may will be immediately H '? .SOUTh .CAROLiNA -- *- --

11 feet. The machinery is from the well-known manufactory make out, or pass, or attempt to paw through the custom returns to address by return mall or express. BackofCamden....,'......'..."..-. ....'.;.,..20 cents
Janes Murphy ft Co., of tbe .Fulton Iron house any false, forged, or fraudulent.,invoice, sent any have recently drawn valuable Bank of Charleston...'..V.....'.'..-...;'-..'.'.J.18 cents i -
Work Capt. Talbot, commander, is a native of every such person,bU, her,or their aiders and abettors, The from1 following the Eureka parties Association and have kindly B nk of Chester..:.....:. ... ;.. -; .;. -cents. : this
Alexandria. V*.,and has been credited for years as shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction prizes allowed the use of their names, many other names Bank being one of the most popular and trustworthy navigators thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding permitted:- .Bank.of Hamburg............. ....v.i' ,.'......iW cents
on the Southern coast.' Th. City; Point win five thousand dollar, or imprisoned for. any term of 'might. Andrew be published Wilson,Custom were we House, Philadelphia, Perm., Bapk of Kewberry....,, .-:.,.. ..:'......-: ..:25 cents I j:
leave Charleston this morning on her- regular- trip to time not exceeding two years or both, at the discretion value $100 James Hsrgraves,- 821 Bank of South CarOlin1\. r.,vl.-,.V. *<7:16: eenisBiik '
Savannah thence to Jacksonville, P1*. She will leave of the Court."-Art cf30lk\4vgutt, 1843, tectitm 19.> Oil Br&idway JPaintlag New, York, Oil Painting.; ; value;]$100 ; E. of the State of South Carolina*.;..,*....16 cents bold
again on the following Wednesday, it being the ..inten Smuggling is therefore a misdemeanor, and the F.Jones Barret, Marshall Co Kansas Melodeon,value Oommbrcial Bank C61umbU.', > ,..'.'.vj; 15 cents' \
line. Another conviction liable to find ot FIVE .. ..; :1.,'...15 .of
tion of the owner to establish a weekly smuggler, upon pay $200 Patrick J. Byrnes, Waterb'nry.'Ct., Gold Ex hange.iazikCoIwbia. : cents
steamer is in course construction which,when completed THOUSAND DOLLARS, or be IMPRISONED TWO Watch, value; ,$125 i; J. F. Sbaw. 224 East'24th Street Farmers and:Exchange.:...12 cents { : :-i 1'

will be pot cm the line thai Riving us through YEARS, or BOTH. New York, Piano, value, 1350;)Mrs. Cbu. J. Nevis. Merchants' Cheraw..........18 cents ; ;,-- :
connection with Savannah an&Florida twice s week.We .- Whoever shall give information of smuggling that Elmira, N. Y.. Piano,value$300 ; Miss Lucy Janeway, Peoples'Bank,........... ....... cents par .
douJbt IK*the public will avail, theaseJrea of the shall lead to seizure and forfeiture of goods will be entitled Elmira, N. Y.clusterDlamondEing,value$200 ;Mrs.K. Planter Bank Fairfleld..'.."..;/..;';. .. s< ;.j.l5 cents : ''
faculties thus offered for travel and dispatching freight to OSE QCAKTEB of the value of the goods seized. Hotel Nashville Tenn., Melodeon, Planters' and Mechanics*'Bank.......v:15 cents lit ,It .
City ,
line in to officer of Customs Pennoyer, .. .... ... ,... ...25 cents I ,
)(ea4rLE&Tee1OQ.J.retheageflt$ of the, Such information may be given any, value $125 Oscar M. Allen; Co. B, 142d Reg.; Ind Sont.hVeaterniLR{ ( .r.v ,, :
; .. ... .. ... .. .60 cents -
Charleston. by any person.Deci Tola., Nashville, Tenu., Watch,valne. $85 ; Rowland Union Bank : .4. -- .- --A -
Mr.:F. Dibble ia the.gentcfth. line in Jacksoai *- ? 8. Patterson, Co. D, 10th Iowa Vet Vote.-Oil Painting, .i;i ,!i..NORTH CAROLINA. -1 .*.
.. f ? ,Man., Bank of Cape Fear r..r.7; ..V..r:30 cents ,.
> i*' : < o tiga t 9 value.$100 ;Mrs. Abbey J.Tarsons,Springfield ; ., .
-' -: at Auction.j Melodeon..value, $150 James L. Dexter, City Survey* BikofCbariott.t'--.r....,.. ....,,...24 cents -
-.- -------p ) N'T.;Gold''Wsvh.-Talne.; $150: Mrs. Bank of Clarendon.*.. ;. .... .... .. ...--V,10centf : : -

?- -; : I : WELL sell; at -SJ-Syracuse,__* r, _._ c. Bleaker, ..N.,,Y., Oil Bank Commerce...-,.-...{,-.,....... ... 15 cents --r,
,| Schr. WILTON. 80 Tonscaii&city, well found and Ilap- BaukofFiyettviUe......... ....:..,..-. ..,.8 cents : -
staunch in everyrupect.- Sale positive.- "' PUnttng. value, $100 ; Bnkcf LffitttLgtau... .. .-<..... : ..;;.'.'..;:.'.Ul'cents : % they
: L-D.-WKLLS.Aetioeeer: id*, Michigan, Silver Castervain $40 : Dr. "g rtstfNortb Carolina; ..",";./ .....i30 cenu .. $ aav- :-
ICOtTirtl clair, Nov'4 Main St. rtics.N.Y. FrVunwi npavin&value
XT MM. % :. .
: 18
Dee.8 It TWfcSfcawgh..Vi cents
Jacksonvilte, Fla. $25 HoIt'L4itherPetaol&-W&shingWn;D.C.; Bank ol :
window now, ; ; ...
The Storm took*in jii my : l3aik ,
Oil Painting, value$100. }
With face pressed close to the pane, PROPOSALS FOR FRESH;BEEF., : Letters fronxvarkms.parties throughout the country Comertial nofWtbnngtoJarmers' : .
Bank of North. Uii>Vni.v.v... 25..cents'
valuable ?
And a torrent bttndlng and onowful teira Sealed proposal in duplicate will be received at tkis acknowledging the receipt of very giftsmay .Merchants'Bank pfNewbern..'.T.r:J;.;,;' ;...25' cent? ; ': -S -- -
be seerr onftle at our office. \ : r' .
Pours rfown In a pitiful rilnSHe Office until Dec. 30th 1865, for the delivery of .Beef j7 ,i- : ALABAMA. .,A
whbpers and moans to the shuddering tree, Cattle!* at Savannah, Georgia, in soch quantities as Sold for One Dollar Each, Bnk -of- Mobile....;...;;.:..;,... ... ..;;-.... cent-- | : -

may l>e Subsistence Troops' in the Bank of Montgomery....,,,,,. .,....,.. .,;.1.75 cent
Bat the dark canto m fa like wan, ? } States of Georgia and South Carolina, "to commence .JTUkout regard to value, and' nntlobe' 'pafdfvr' untityod Bankof Selma......-...... ......:218 'cents d .
There U nothing for me left to do.,.1ut to pray ; Jan. 1,186o,"or as early as practicable thereafter* [ I new what you seW?reeer. XAOU.I tamerclai Bank......... ..... .. .... ...........'.-.2J cent : :_ -
tears falL' ''- '- ''Proposals will also be received for the delivery .'of I 50 Elegant Rosew'd Pianos,worth $250,00 to 600,00 Central Bank;,.. .<.,,... ....f.........23 cenUajnernBank.x ---
To and told mjr I Rose w'd Cases' 125,00 to 225,00 0ders -
pray Beef on Jhe block, in inch quantities as may be requir SOMslodeons, ; ;. \M .cents 4

ad; i '100Flne; Oil Paintings./,; 25,00tOIOO,00 j..r..r.-. .. flt,
I know why the etorm is moaning low) Peisons forwarding terms.l.rlv ''lOO Gold Banting Case Watches.... ,,75,00 to 150,00 j'1orthern.-- .5 / ,,! / ;<{ _' y**. $ .

For now,like a real agoby,: : fun!' <- ftnA T Hlttv.proposalavnnststate-jtheir 150 DiamondRlnps'...........<; i.- 60,00t0200,00 ,b0ntbeIn.v.,. t***** *. f A??*v *V:'>J*** ***.*.*,** :
%i4CSI i; uu tawaat..4J.All
rain must be endorsed."Proposals tarnishing ,- .250-Ladles' Gold Watties.;4450Bilvcr ;,.-;dL Juuto.jBM r- U
I can hear thro the wind and the slanting proposals BeefCate." 'Proposals for furnishing Fresh Watches.;.. *..... .., 1 25,0010 50,00 INVOflMATION having been teoelved.that;jnainrpsnons ;

The sobs of the tramcheroM Sea. fleef M the ease may be, directed to the, : onderstgnedat 200 Fine Steel Engravings, -Framed. .12,00 to -25,00 are engaged la cutting tlmter upon the
Believe not the falae and the ahameleas Sea, Jacksonville Florida. 10- Music Boxes.*..1.v.? -.: ,--i.,;v 12,00 to- 49,00 ubuo Lands of the State; the Sheriffs i at the.. svera1bonnfiesnd ;
lteoivlngPatentCistors .IS.iOto 40,00 other-ofiBcers, and all persons who' feel
with weed.. Bucce'sBfol bidders win be required to furnish sum"JJiet -- 100 Silver .
face .
Thp' ehe itrl her -
Cake Baskets. 15.00 : _
th 100 Silver
-' --*-*"* ***-Aiihftil tiM-fannanee .of C0n : .
Her aobs are Only pretences and inare'I'Lereare ; ; 'l 25:00: ries Internal Improvemeuts, are requested -to fp- : S ,
none whom ahe pities or heeds. Payment will bVmade in such funds as furn.'ished Ladles'JSUver Porta Moanies.. 8,00 to 15,00 iih me.with information respecting any act of trespass; --
inforuistirere4wm44 2.500 '
Any further .- ___;_. :
by the D.ft. Government.-- .. Butter Knives,.,. 3,00 to 7,00 thai may come to their knowledge.v" 11 :
she's wrought. <; by ih* vndentgoed. 3,000 Silver .. HUGH JL CORLEY, -
.F '
ruin "
She for tbe .ttyle&r 1,50tA fl.OO r
grieves not once 'ELLWOOD OBI ST. 2,000 Pairs Ear Rings, (new f ,* .*. of Public Lauds.. acres
coral stems GOltft'eneiII and Tooth'Picks!JL 14 00 to z 8.00 iRegister ,-and
ooks thro' toe 8. Vols" .
Though she _. t C. ,3,000 -
Jacksonville FU. Dec 3- 3t. jCspt. ; *- 25-3tYIIAT
., _. Amethyst Brooches., ,4,00 to 10,00 Ics Coif
At the beanttl -.|, _-__-__ylJ -_ rm _jl- i.-i -r-i1-.u--i 3,000 S,000-LvshdF&orenhine<>pyxand Brooches00 tQ(' ,00 ; 1 -_ .

Bereft of their shining gems. PELES- __ 1,000 Masonic:;Pin8.r.. ..':.;. ., t 4.00 to < 6,60 : :? .

S. 'fl j *- j" j. f ,,. 2,000 FlneGoldWatch Keys. ;..; 8,50 :6,50 i- : 1 ; ,j
? eon .2,50.tO 8,00 '-Jacksonville -
n R J. A. CLOPTON HnntsvlDe vmayte 3eslrihlc> Jdencerinithe 'town of .
O, why was there none to'say- U suited.for* saorulme at the Florida ..House. 'He 2,500 Sets of Bosom Studs1 ;;,;.-....; 1,60 torr: 5,00 ,;|.. at the corner of Market and Forsythe streets, : --
o&to&ffrSTo tbo worst cases of .. 2,50 to 10,00 ;
8Ue will bear then guarantees perfect satisfaction in 1 2,500 Enameled Sleeve'Buttons recently occupied by Aaron DaCostaEsq. :
of tho '" 1'Oe : 10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings. 1,0010 5,00 Also a tract of Uild OQ the St.; John's' River, ab Jot :: [ C -
W&ZPflf sf* : Uefers to'many of the most prominent citizens. pf,the"*" 5,000 Stone Set and SeI-Ring.- -2.60 to. .10,00 twp miles from Wwn, 'containing" '13C' acres -more -or.less. I .. oa

O. the voices I bear'thV-tte; live-long night, jiSUte upon whom be has operated.* -' 4'ZR.L 5,000 Locket all'Slics..,T.,,... 2.00 8,00 to to 20.00 T.OO "Apply to- ..,, ? _cq1.ER& BISBEE.p44 : *
Call or be may be gone when 'you tttL 10,000 gets bfiadfeaV WairLLL : ;acres
whU bands, soon : .4. \
O, Ite pleadinf/of alim ; : CpABASTKBV-W TIlE OLDEST 4OOO.Watcb Charms(each) 3.00 to 6,80 .'
rcr -cLJu
0,the rage of tbV criUljrva\ ,ffeieteef., CASES-i "' ,:: I : : 6ftjMfioldPen ,tJ8ilfeT8
O, the gleam of the mnrderons sands.K lie baa operated upon three uid(bar hundred- "a year" 5,0 XX>'.Gfenfi Breast a nd Scarf' Pins.. 4,00 3,00 to to 20,00 6,50 chcaL ;
< ;
aad has sever lost a patient. a.OOO'Ladies'NswfltyteBeU'Bttekles ); ; -
beed to the youlhfalmnd ienAer fOrW.E. .JacksonYllle, Pec. 2-tf. 8,000 Chatelslnf and Guard' Chains .6,000LOOO 20,00 a ; RESTORED T9x4tBuvr.'thIMOTIClis

Xo locks OoidTWnbies. :,:v.f'. \:v.Yooto : -
ruth for tbe golden ; hereby given that the iow yu* M Pf"": '
Gold, .:i.- !l6,00to 20,00 t :
That must trail in the merciless ebb and flow CONSIGNEES. -2,000 Sets Ladies' Jet 8,00 I'nary' Land otFtorida are.restored to markeUand A
NOTICE TO 10,000 Gold Crosses r.t.] ._cutryst besaoie prices sad An HiA'TNeV25,186 : :
rOCks to 20,00 mow subject \
F7T ; t; ; : rjiry Qv-MJiand Bracelets oLiies. v
,000 the u.peniioa -
nN4t2thArr1It Tintf DATE ALLcoTro'. OB, 16,00't2,000aflzrm.cp1 lain. terms an before I | ;

Can she ever again dream of peace or UaN U other Uerchjuidise remaining at the Depot or Yard,' aflC0lO7$4(I) to, 5,00 't1- C ,u.-_. ..- v ReorbtPib1ftLsudm upOlL: Agi I ,
will be at the risk of tt e owners, the com- ,.. i,00td. 3.50 2 : Si
Can s smile ever dimple her waves,, r for 2i hours, "' -5000 Fi00OoI&-PsDs.--.l ? : ir 6tUi.fe4r.eltatfl'.Of.EUta' ; :
; BRYSOK. 8,06 :7,00 .
Dot liavlpg store roonl W i2 New $Yle itt &13Ot4E *D$ _ur. --
: While she know so weUsll tbe.Tuin.toe's wronghj pan 2SOONew itteLotig 4,00 to ,8,00: Jacaaoivfl.LZNoy: : 23i863.JOTICl .

wine my ireasnre Ite*tnd In Weaves 7 : L000G014,1'enac'; 'A ") ::6.. 2*hereby g tt baying takenont letters J v_ --

There is no peace 5d1CmbOTw : > 5iED.:1ith: city;on'the 25tii nit,,ifter a abort irf' lhesabbvo articles for .n.0t' AdministraUoon the Baldwin, : -
and i" obtain any of pers&tZde1ted t sailtate ,
of'Sylvester d eased all
Tb&jh Cfl Ze1t oeaslIA&T>ELIZA urbter sealed Envelope for 89 eta; isle of said-to wo, )
A; M nOc/3te4'V.fVttt1 'mentbs.'and H One Dollar by pnrcha tag a for'' $1,001 are 5iC&Q fe*** Jmmediatfl pavmeot to'me L -
.MarcoUa will be aeat :
M"! -Ji---'A JOSFive sealed andLiu nsIiiIng:; 3COQUUI
-" >j' ; per
rr rrv ryrznTrr-T; rji : .five far $10.
Of her wretched revengeful breast. day'1- Eleven for$2,00 r Thirty for$5,00-; Sixty stdtstot4 yt m preeetthepi oneuiment wltlii*two |fl : -
., bha '
4 r+ % casorthq1IJlLbbiXrcd j-b- > t :
iireTer4l&lalenmoan You miybtor !
i., Wbero o pn.anguiah: ,;suon are desired to send,gutted;6tttOnoneyli psJrtiigflp ntba'pro ertybeV>nglng to tbIS e4ttRSM -
eIpJ3t'O JJA ,- E'eragin 433 beg ne&M. h a Li convenient* Long letters are-unnecessary.Orflenr all occupants buildings erecte4'w1hOWcO1i % ol : '
JeM. .CoI4.oh JeQU Eo1 bebjrp1iXoW : SEALED"EHVEUOPESttnst ia every "win-biB"- ,
Bat all too late,ah* wffl wver> for ol the tibdeysig8&npQJIs4 ,
,. Vi Wbe thVtri V VM* by the CUKfwith.tn6T 4uun ; to him fronj the
case be accompanied BtaU to pay th*rcj s7pjfiia4} >% .
land : aptsju
,.jiY tno ttorm rW8lnf > Wf ,4 sending 'and Town Count v time of snchr6tiqnlIh*recIaimod a. .beInghiUno.d. .
.** Aodqq ..:--iX. / BT : dtok2UYC! t s Ia1nIiwrtttoe..Luttershou1d.b&s44resI.ta.theckr( .- jtor th-

.:,: -.' Sb.was kdnkfr4er.bc1tedZ &i .-flrL : wM.L BAWVI.adminlitratoy ,
'. ii : .'.- ::JtfUdnen resV4 on 2zybthw -: __ at CO ptth4EUs1ls14wiu, deceased, ,
., Takatejn p 11 )Teser.h'll ibs be fGrgoftent:1hougb ,- ;- : Noyemb2a-ir i f 'totfk4tOi : I ? W*
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.<,.,' 6f1" .'die: *tiEax,' t Letter from ExOotrfollowing .. 186&SHU* tiikDE' .;1865.)1)TJOllNJON-ES: ,. ..:, I I D; W. &'A. W. INGERSOLL!! JtnIfs-SAMM. ,. . s t : 'o d1 T .
At i'meetbg;of the'tifcmtxire, ;lletteiS. ojneQoyemor ,. :r-- : -. .- !, ., '

I Lake pity;;.held.KoVMSUx: ,''1865;'V*:'pay becoming Clarke was read in the Mississippi House of .' ". '. ,',. .' ;.! Wholesale-' -and f Detail ll) r f .. 'S lO ;.' t.t. ;:I:.':
I Sf; and tifecUanate:respect to .The rnanory SO'.h ultimo ': WHOLESALE ; Receiving ForwardingA.2TD 2
Representatives the :
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on ,. DRUGGISTBay: ,
"" of tb A. Torward lMe&ss2ntL .
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\ e>1Jie Bnprcme'Conrt"'of the "JACKSON October 28, 18M. : -- ". '.- "- n"1 : : .,*.
tij-s IRRIVILSOF k8b'nvl i .
; State of. r\dawhoj d p.arted.t life on 'v.vjtiexneh7lTniprofoundljngrateful\ ; : : Street. ,:a ANfl ,_,7 :
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1- the-.fOct6ci '18Gflbd iI&V for the iibnoriconferred on5 me by4ho.House ., J
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: .: T. Ixtegwa; J''6n-moUon otJr-, t-&q." tepresenjattf resolutions..invjtjfc ,:Would caQ the'aUeuU 1'of dealers and eonsumen

h:: .. called to the_. M1n1JJ. FinIe7 was, ...,,.. me toga seat within thebar shouldbe ,.,.'L '..' "}. ..' ,: to Medicines.bit large'Tancy'ArUcles and select assortment,Paints Oils-Window of Drags, Patent Glass,. i :- RETAIL DEALER'S ;I \ :GENERAL
r l' -' requesting to address them: I ; *#
quested to actas Secretary. -" I ." ; .1' Stationary*e.;Sc'T among wbleh may be round > -* .
.,. On motion of#:"WMt mlt.b",'ft con>, proud to avaWxnyself of the privilege of q ": ': "hLf SulpbateQulnlne, I I ;

I 11"_ ", and : the house but as I am still a prisoner f" ." .' '. J
1 I ) mittee'orelght waa appointed to prepare visiting Castor Oil :
Merch :
.- feel that-it '" o1 r'I'.>. ., Cream Tartar In General i1dlse. COMMISSION
I ; report to the meeting such preamble and reaolutions'aa -- of: .and on parole/I would ( Ji" t .. "- HEBCHAHT8
I should 100 t > ''fbVtne toJ deliver a'-'public ad- :. '.r '' J9..w" Calomel, ,
the imp
.. fitly express profound ope : tin't f .1 1..t.r Bine Mass, i **" *"' :

sorrow felt thertmembers:,of ithls, bar t at dress on the,condition of the country, altho' 1ST E"V\T GtO" OID S. Sulphur, Corner of and Ocean-strs. t : ,,

the sad and,afflicting dispensation, by which I am sure"that such suggestions.' :Timighttnake "Magnesia,M'j ; Bay, I .- 3To. 1 AND 2, KAM31W'BIX> K, '. :

Judiciary of theBtate: has, been deprived ,would be in aid and support of the : 'It J, ,., Patent Medicines' I .' ." i '. .; ,...: I

of one of its brightestlighta, andsociety''of wise and conservative policy which has been'adopted'by ;; ..._i) t'"j ,J ,\1* ,' ;\ i'" }. :,. ... .'; ,.. Tovrnsend's. Sarsaparilla. f '/ ? : I It I'Jacksonville Fla.; .' .' 'E3A.-Y J
'of and which 1 I STRi;ii-i-,
: one its greatest brnamenta. aw our people hope Ayer's fSarsaparilla, I : :; ; ." : :

.: The chair .ppointedis' said'committee, ,', will Boon'result in the full restoration' of our' Ayers Cherry Pectoral, : I ; ; I .j

; -c' James Banks/M. Whit Smith.' WiTl'f' '" .'Mcs': beloved state to the enjoyment of equal 'political 1 -- ,'-q.i., -.... I' -" Ayer's Ague Cure, -' I il

Call/'W;'H. Ives, J..M..Baker,'F.McLeodL. rights with her sister states-in the Un '. .c j7' .' Indian Davis'Cholagogne.Pain Killer ..' :I K QN LL,FLORIDA. ,

.. L Fleming and A.B.Hagan. **: ionanduridertheflagofthe Union. With i I .Badw.,'.Bemedies ', I
The committee afterwards reported through .! marched under that flag in a Fahnestock's,__ Vermlfoge w_ ; 'A BE just iu receipt of another Urge stock of goods' -,-'

f their chairman 'theO1bchIchivere-followin eamole"S3Kift land and it victorious. With .. ,worm"aoa1, : "- R, consisting ofBEADYMADE
foreign was South American FeTer and Augue Remedy.Brown' NW OPENING THE LARGEST

tmanimonsly] adopt. allot you :I marched against it, and' it was 'Co :SLAJ tE' ."Ess.- Ginger CLOTHING -ARE OI1Goodunufr'ered for sale la the State I

1 ed. victorious. It again waves over us,, is our ::2Is Window's Soothing Syrup. npon neb tarma as BBoakl induce Country and other:

The committee wged' with tIie' duty of I sag, and may it ever,be victorious. ,llyatt's Life Balsam, Mercbanta t) at least price our goods before par-
i ,p this has been given to me Velpean's Remedy, AND I chasing taa other markets. ,The ibHowingare among
iii preparing an expression of the sense of The welcome that Mustang Liniment, t the! principal article comprising our stock:
f meeting the death and of OD return is received 'with deep sensi Roger'a Syrup liverwort and Tar '
touching memory : my now opening one of the largest- Stocks ,- Gents' Goods i '
f the Hon. Wm. A. Forward, respectfujly) present bility,. ming from the }irepresentatiyes.of, ;apeople McMonn'a Elixer Furnishing DRY GOODS.
British Oil ,
t p1 the following report; l whom r have served faithfully; if not of OOOliS'evcr.offered Jn this market Bateman's, & '& -
con ,
; Drops;. e. e., : Ladies Fancy Knit Shawls 1000 (SPKAGVE-S,
:; .i Whereas,'your committee.are advised that wisely;'and is a most acceptable. and gratify- Photograph Albums, '
Ii he died in the city of. Savannah,. whither: .Ing'reward for such services as I may.have sisting Backgammon Boards., 'DOODS1.N1TBU8 .JlEBBDlA.X.

had for the purpose of obtaining rendered. : B1nk3ooki, i .uIE1UC..L,
gone pas- ., GLOVES, HOSE 1
I, sage to New York, to which 'latter he: : *'I am, gentlemen, very respectively your DRY GOODSIN EVERY- VARIETY. I WaQeti Mirrors, ;NETS, ETC. t BU3TNEXXS

i was .en.route;on'important official.business_ obedient- servant' Hair,Tooth.C1th.Sh,1zigandWbiskiruabes? ;' ,- GARNER, _

for the country;and for some time previous : C'C'. LARKE.. DRESS COODS 4c., &. GROCERIES.White : f AJI09ICBAO

to departure having been in feeble health LOWEL
; 4',. _'" Perfumery, Etc.,. and brown'sugars, Teas and Coffees, Batatas '
j was seized with a relapse of his late sickness, FRENCH iffiMNOES I in whole, half and quarter boxes nuts of allklnds,dried .: AJZNOLD'
d Fust Pre
City of Richmond and ., Extract
The ., Lnbln's '
which! resulted in' death, on the- -day of I I' fruit;figs prunes,&c. '
ent. '. Night Blooming Cereni- I RICD.OYD, AND OTHER XILI.1oo&PjiE4crF. .
;; October, 1865. WOOL''DELAINES, .."T .
t'bWines R -_-
'The Richmond oi.the. 13th ult. r"-o'-Irfx-o.N-9.-- I..rlP-ww
L Wm. A.'Forward : : the Enquirer, t
,7," was a; .native'fpf 1 'PRINTS DOMESTICS, Hair Oils,8cap. : TICKING AND. SHIRTING.
.. '' State of New York; at four years.of age hewas has the tollowing editorial article 1 Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder .
carrtea oy Ills mthertoA.a hA x.uoouceu seven; : months and ten days. AND A FCLli. ASSbRTMENt Sterling's Auibrosia, Ken4mlTi Ambolioe,&,&e.C Butter, Cheese, Lard, Pork, Ba on. Hams, Flour 10 BALES OSNABUBGS.PZECES .
was educated; studied law: and: ''became a 1nce this'fair city was given to'\ \0 the flames .' Hominy, *c. 23., ); ANCHESTEB, PACIFIC

1, Barrister under :English jurisprudence; and and one-half of it was burnt. .Six days later,, FANCY GOODS Ddle. Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps. AND UAM1LTOV DE1AINES.
troubles of 1829 40 he .left the Gum Drops, Sngar and Burnt Almond, Peppermint
pending the the main southern army under General Lee,, .'. Drops,Lozenges, &c.,tc. } Wooden-ware, Yankee Notion, HICKORY;
_: Province. ne:lo the Territory'of 'Florida surrendered. These, two events spread a TRIMMINGS I t :DENltXS,MARLBORO.STRIPES,.
: and located in the' of St. Augustine.' He : Toilet Fancy'Articles '
city gloom over every household. The; scene of Stationery.. I mCKORT BY THE BALE. ffr

associated himself the practice ofthelaw desolation exhibit by- ;the Tburnt districtwas BUTTONSAND Letter, Note and Foolscap Paper, CtJTLEi: ALPACAS PABAXATTAS ,LTOTBES,

with Lewis Aldrich, who has since been elevated not more slrikingthon the desolation and White and Yellow Envelop MOHAIR, _

to the bencfijn .State rCalifornia, gloom that sat..upon' every countenance..Thousands .- BALMORALS. Pens, Ink and Inkstands,Playing Cards,&c. I November Ales, 25tfCOME Wines Liquors,;Etc, XAZOURKA, _

and hbwSs'a'Benatdrof the" United i States d 'were left homeless by'that great Cutlery. ARMURE CLOTHS ETC.

1/ Congress from that State. His competitors'at ( j conflagration Not onlYdid. they' lose, :the CLOTH INC.G1NT'S Razors,Razor Straps,Pocket Knives,anJ Scissors. CHECKS,FANCY AND PLAEf.fBICHABBSOJPS .
the bar, amongst whom he arose to- eminence ;houses that sheltered them,but they lost their AND SEETHE IRISH IJ9Z3r,

were Hon. "Thomas.'Douglassr, JohnDiysdale 1 1 furniture their supplies their' clothing their Tobacco.
John Rodm Wzn! P. Duval B.
relics ornaments, memorials, their :valued Navy Anderson's Solace and Amulet ODAXASK
A. Putnam'and Peter Sken Smith;. :he also letters and and in instances, CLOTHS Killickinlck, Shanghai,and Anderson's Smoking To JEWELERS CORNER BAY,AND OCEAN-STS. : TOWEIXINO,
papers, many S bacco. NAPKINS, ETCL, ETCETC
served Ms".country wiUrgreat usefulness andistinction' the gold Gndlhe silver that they had carefully Cigars of the best brands. Mr.Case Watchmaker for George A .L.t..DIE8'J A GENTS UNEN
:, in both the Territorial State hoa ed. All their business-plans and CASSIMERES, Peck during the past sixteen months CA9BBIC
a has opened a shop at the above mentioned HANDKEBCHIEFS.HEJISTICHED .
Legislatures; and.fina1ly closed hisuseral career all their of in one'Instant VESTINGS, Pipe r
; purposes, hopes prosperity, place, and will be pleased see : ,
on artlia mb roftheSnprexnc'Court perished in that great ;conflagrat1on. SATINETS, Meruchanm, ',_friends and hopes to give the same

of his'adopted, .8tatTeref rc, JM, i it. re1st. Their veYy hearts may be said 'to have been Imitation Jlembaum, aauaiacuon| in his work as heretofore; everything will EMBBOIDEBED,
sled_ I : FLANNELS., ETC. Brlerwood. Rosewood..Aonlewood... CIa. .v..&c. receive his personal attention and he hopes that an FANCy..A.-J SCOIXOPED,
-- reached byJt; The leelings and".. very'Char jplamond and Safety Matches. fifteen will entitle him the .
I I' I experience years STRIPED AND CHECKED
That the State has lost other best CAKBBIC
one acter of the people of this city may be'said: :BOOTS AND SHOES, I I A fine stock of all goods in our
citizens;tbeTJarand' bench One of their bright. to have received a tinge sadness :and sorrow LIquors, Syrup etc. line will be always on'hand and offered at reasonable NAINSOOK, INDIA BOOK
est ornaments;the church which he belonged that will accompany the to theirgraves. Including all the new styles of Ladies'Misses' Brandy, -- : prices. C. A. CASE, AND SWISS, PLAIN AND'DOTrriDJACONET.CUAMBEETS

one of its most pious and' devoted members | That day and that. rerwill'never: and Ctiildrens' Fancy Laced, Balmoral and Sherry Port Wine dine,. :, September, .' -'"If.GEOBGE J.J.HOLLAND.' : Jlt:8L1SL

; the Christian community generally an be forgott d by thbse::'whd witnessed the Holland Gin, TARXETOSPS.
exemplary'and brilliant light and the Masonic I Polish varieties. ... Whiskey lADIES! UHITE, BROWN, HXXED AND
sublima, spectacle, and experienced the supreme :; A. PECK, .
fraternity workman ,well trfed.and we it '.Blackberrr Brandy __ .BLACK HGSE..
grief mspiredvi "Watchmaker and Jeweller
may say august, Lemon ,
ever found worthy Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in Syrnp.VanUla GENTS WHITE BBOWN XTrRD
I i felt that there.was noJ1opeDr them, : Syrup AND
2nd. That this meeting realize the deepest 'no future'fortheir* 'beloved'cityv* Women great variety. Raspberry Sy-rop,'Strawberry- Syrup Pine pplo Syrnp. HAS CONSTANTLY ,ON HAND AND BLACK: HALF HOSE.
Gold and Silver Watches
for his excellent In their : sale. aad Jewelry. LADIES
sympathy family felt crushed heart-Bick 'and full of AND GENTS GLOVES.
woe.Snch Also a good assortment of Spectacles Stationery,
/ .: ,j> bereavement;and.tender,tathem our-sincere: '.was the magnitude of the calamity'th&1tbe'trl Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all Paints, Olla etc. C01n18,Brushes Perfumery,Toilet Soap Tooth Brushes Furnishing Goods. Cloths Cassi-'

." : condolence and oodoffi iitiTh limes and mphant'en of the victorious kInds.UMBRELLASAND WhiteLead, Cutlery,including some of those celebrated Wade .
I troops Chrome Green &Bufcher Razors,Razor Straps Shaving Brushes and
under circumstances. '' meres..
; r. was unaccompanied/i Jiy most ofu those incidents !. Chrome-Yellow, Cups, Pocket Looking Glasses, Pocket Books and
L 3rd. That these proceedings'bo' published Prussian Blue, Negligee Shirts,mite and .b
that mark sub an occasion. Exultation PARASOLS Memorandums, Pbotograps' Albums holding from Fancy
'. in the Lake' City Press, with .the request that '.was changed,into sympathy, and; to the Red and Black Paints twelve to one hundred pictures Violin. Banjo anJ Hickory. ISlxtd. and Wool'Shirts;Gray's
Linseed Oil.Benzine,
they be copied mall the 'newspapers.'otFlaridaand' said that the hands HATS AND C.AJPS. Guitar Strings Tape Measures from three to one hundred Paper Collars, Jeans
be it ,
credit of hu tianity, Plaster Paris,Whiting, &c., &c. feet,Meerschaum Pipes and Segar Holders, Rubber Cottonades Satlnetts -
the Savannah Beraldand'tbat a which it was feared'-,would, have, ,been imbrued Window Shades. Stems Crochet Needles,Silver Thimbles Ac., ac. Etei.LADIES _
copy"besent to the family of the deceased. I in-blood,were employed in extinguishing GLASS, CROCKERY, WOODEN AND Liquid Blue, We have Just received a fine assortment of Gold and *

._.JAMES. BANKS, Petroleum ... -, Silver Cane HeadS, and a lot of those.fine Howard WEAR such aa Plain and
the The shock ofthat'
day was WILLOW WARE. .C
)t. WHIT SMITH Congress Water Watches,which give ruch splendid satisfaction.Watches .. Fancy Linen Collars Trimmings, Buttons
-- W'TMcATIj' ...,I ''U.,.. :..r. not the worst experience of..pur. .citizens. It Scidlitz powden, Clocks and Jewelry repaired on short notice Balmoral,. Skirts )tt"'
., UF. was followed by that' ;"dull, slow corroding FURNITURE.PARLOR I Citrate Magnesia, and satisfaction guaranteed. Work from the country -
WAIVES, .' j'I. distress for which there'is no r remedy but time Extract for making. Root Beer, kc.,&c., will receive prompt and careful attention. Remember BOOTS

,F .X; BAKER, ,. Committee.. ,, ''. I and change.. There was no stimulus to' enterprise June 10-tf street.the place,at the 014 Stand of C.D. Oak, on Jnryl Ocean AND SHOES.

L.LPLEMIG. ::. ; for there was no field in .which It DINING ROOM 100 Cases Boot and'Shoes, Ladles Hal-

; F.McLEODj.' I :: could be exercised...Business,in all its branches AND CHAMBER SETS, N.EW'STOREt. WHITE SPRINGS HOTEL.BJUOLTOX moral 'and Pollab:Boots,' Women*Kip

'.$ A. B. HAGANS, ? i ,.was; paralyzed. Old; middle aged, and Corarr..Fuu. Kid,.Goat and lasting,Genrs Calf Sewed
All:of which will be'sold cheap for cash. .
T. T. LONG pleasure
Chairman. takes
undersigned in to
i WerOtiiike unemployed. There.was _. ." Pump, Gent" Calf '>
J. J. young r ,THE public that he is prepared to accommodate Sewed: *; D. 8.
v FnoBY.- .. ..Secretary. S.- ., .,, ".1..1.T ? ?. then'j an excuse,for idleness, 'for there was Merchants from the interior will do well OKo those seeking a healthful and pleasant alina on. Boote, Peffsed/and: : Sewed''e* '. 'Call

.l '',_. -. _,L,_ nothing to do::. No was there any-reasonable Our tables are furnished with the best the market of Kid'and Patent Leather Shoea! ,Congress
.r : ., and examine stock before .
my pur- the will aflbrd.-
.. hopefbf a change of_circumstances. No country and Balmor.I'sJ s Men'si
I .. ,8c* Cane ai the "Shoulder." Br
comlorUble hacks In connection
: -A. 5r so? :F*. EI Ei T. He has running -
then knew what ivonldbe his -
one precise Children '
Wemet yesterday on-our streets. just Jis chasing elsewhere. ; J : with every train between the place, and the, Railroad *Bootees; .
.* privileges under the amnesty, or the depriva- depot,'at -
: .:-. the sun glanced.out' ,. (after many days ogloomyi f .tioDS.which.theJaw ot'conflscationwould en O. SLAG-EFt. FRIDENBERG. HI &.cO.El Welbornl".W..A.TURNER, Proprietor.. HATS A1O>' ..
weather '
) &bright faced"colored citl i July 22.-tf.
tail.' TVeldld not even know,-that we would J "
October 21 tf
.. .. zen. with along sugar.cane sweetness,'long be allowed to in accustomed Jacksonville L.41es Straw. Felt, SOst 'FJiio. 'Jockey,

h.; drawn ont.y-The darkle carried it ala: ,milt- engage our occupations Company" for the .Tartan, and other' Styles'Xen.wad
,- and .appropriate and enjoy the : Just received from New York, a complete sail
"t- faire"at th&shouldei"id ,marched' ''along fruits of our own labor. sortment ofaIl kinds of Merchandise,anon ssDRY SALE. OF REAL ESTATE. [Felt'ITata,:Cnildren'*:Hats.
I the with nature and .
pavement. .8 good a'good GOODS -
,How different the undersigned haVing associated themselres with
: presented by
.aspect .
I humor which Tras as refreshing as the .lusfcious Richmond now 'after the lapse of but 'a 'few FROM MR. BAENU1L CLOTHING THE .H. Quincy,of New.York,under the style, and Crockery. and Glass Ware of all
I ,. juice of the'cane he bore. .The truth FURNISHING GOODS title of '
< :
months. The whole line of the late confla : Kinds.Groceries .
1 < is he satisfied with NEW YoU. July 14, 1865. .
.because ,
was himself the BOOTS -
gratton presents a scene animation and industry. ttatrt. Baring Co, : and'Emlgratipn Co.
,was obeying the,orders of Gen. Tilson to OZXTUXKH-Tbongh the destruction of the Amen- SHOES -
Houses of -4 Provisions.
t '-the Ietter.'ll' These" military par- every description and designed cn Mosenm has proved ft serious Iou to,myself aDd HATS .For the purpose of'selling _

lanccyare:, d for every kind business are now in UM public, I am happy to verify the old adage, that, CAPS ,500.barrels Flour -
of construction. While of "It's ill wind that blow Real Estateand: aiding Emigration '
1. Shoulder- Cane 1 process some an nobody good ,and, eon. ,500 half barrels Flour
agar them are.small and humble,.many are large; Mqoentlr, congratulate you' that ..lourwell-known GROCERIES- Offer their services to all in:Georgia and 'Florida 20'casks Bacon .
2. Present Cotton tTobaccoPorte Bales have again demonstrated,their superior fireproof PROVISIONS who desire sell SO casks Hams, Cincinnati
handsome and imposing. Some are finished may to this kind of property and all ( Sugar Cored)
.'- ., qualities an ordeal of unusual severity.. 50 bsrrehs Pork Mess ,. '
inch and Prime
FLOUR ,calling upon us,are requested to give. full and
.. 4. Carry Rice! .Forward-march 'f tocked and open as large. business establish The safe you made for me some time ago was In the HAMS fair descriptions of lands.Those 50 calf barrels Fulton.Market Beef''
This is ments. Others are on.the;verge of completion office of the Museum, on the second floor, back part! who wish to purchase will do well to gin'us 10 barrels Dried Beef
the whole :Let the do
story. :negro the building, and In the hottest of the fire. ,BACON 50 barrels aalf
while most of them are ,in the first or a call, as we hare several barrels and kits Mackerel
this and do it faithfully, andhe need not fear ; After twenty four hours of trial It was,found among FISH 25 kits Salmon "
for the future. His old Southern master will or intermedia stages. While the process the debris and on opening it thi s day has yielded nIts Cotton. Farms and 100 sacks Rio Coffee
become of old his friend of building goes on, there is scarcely a content In very good*,paper:policies Large bodies of'Turpentine 'BOO sacks Liverpool Salt
as and
sworn- de of insurance,bank bills all In condition for immediateuse POWDER SHOT and Timbered Lands 100 barrels
room in any quarter of the town',capable of coffee crashed granulated powdered
fender. :He .will have all Lth6 f intmen and noble the In Georgia and Florida Interior and
; used a commentary on. trustworthiness. HARDWARE. CUTLERY in the upon ?and common brown Sugars
that not
I civilization at his command; a.handsome, being as a shop, has been appropriated of Herring's Kre-Proof Safes. GLASSWARE <1 CROCKERY the River&Johns,St. .Marys and SatlOa entrusted BO I barrels Molasses Golden Svnpv Jus. -c

pleasant cot an task,a pleasant ookto to that purpose. Hundreds oi Truly'yours.P. to our disposal.. **, barrels Soda Sugar,'Boaton and Pilot Bread r
'read when; task easy is done,' a. full right to 'our citizens have engaged, in. business,,hun- ., T..BABNUM. WINES' _.. ., .. LIQUORS' OP*; .JONES!, 1 Thomasville.Ga.--- .800 boxes Soda;Sugar.'Boston and Pilot Bread
di oC-othertf b -In half and quarter Teas Oolong aDd Hpoa
possess what he earns,as in fact. he had before "engagements prospt,4epcntupon HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES.TUmottrdidblepntediOHfrvMJreitoto 'B.'p. 'LOm. 2000 pounds Candy,stick:and ixci.
to a greater degree even' when a' slave the completion or the known Oct 14-tf :Jacksonvnie Fla
'w than any'European'laborer;arright to transmit cstafeU I bsieoM to bet RDrG t Co.'s PATKXT B.nna' 'SAW with c.H which sale ,. -. Wines :and J Liquors.'
k AH of h we offer for at low ,at wholesale
his property his hem without Herring& Floyd's Patent Crystalixed Iron. the best Plantation f68.I : le.
:irestramt aad retail .. 1OOb1 old'Kentnelrr
.' ;:a freedom! to live where he: pleases; ., .W security against a burglar drill HERRING ever manufactured., 'Country produce taken In exchanged. .Merchants and- I VALUABLE Plantation at Bloonts Ferry, ''Fla.. 100'bbla. old Bourbon WhIsky TVnlskr-

a fanuly'drcTe clustered round him';'a 'calm, flowthptyunti1now I (o. 251 Broadway corner Murrayr St..*New44rt.CO., eier.are. Invited< to call and. examine.our, 'stock.- U consisting of 275 acres of land, 125 of which are 100 bblsv:old.Cabinet Extra Fine.
the'amount in circulatl is large, andit in cultiTation.and the remainder easy jo clear f to- JIOO bbla.,old Coenae Brandy
life which if '
happy ; beputa.iiot away the FAEBEL HERIUNO & 00., Philadelphia. '' FRIDEXBEHO, EDBEHI:A_:CO.5 getherwith a good dwelling,house;WU1A..2t.zoomI-1D 00 bbta. old Cntawba
daily increasing. The 'day whichOen.Grant's Brandy i.
"whit.e man' n'Tor Did : HERRING & CO., Chicago.
rlig1 Congo Fetish I 4-Cfwhieh fii1 ea-a 23 -
-' rlt.FttRN good. dining room and Pipes a.Qt
J. ;
_' -. will lead him ridgently:.along the troops entered this city there I Oct.21-3m NOT 25 3m,.. kitchen attached i together with all the.necessary oat BOO florid Port

"-, : .path.of Industry and duty to the land"where were not in it, perhaps, ten thousand dollars buildings on a plantation; such as gin house. gin and Jladerla 1_ r
p in federal,currency, all told. may be JTOTIXCE BEHOV,. : i grist mill, cribs stablce. ,' cow pens smoke houses, Slaer.y y
.t "
good.'niggere We think -
go. we perceive : FOE SALE. milk house, tc, *c. Claret .-
,- a change-a.marked change, for tie 'better counted by millions.;. ..We'do.,not mean to'say TJP! ?UESe2IBESS.-aaVl'rBEMOTEI .Also store and lot to be sold with 'the'.abore. For r Sauterne .

,- '1.1 amongsUhese people.l. are civil po., that pur people have glttwifbr gi-Oiv." I ,stock of goods,from,store'.No.,> Bay'Street, tor '. further particulars as to prices,4c..Inquire,of W; O. and other Wines.
Wells' Auction ore;where they inay' found for. A LARGE ,AND 'EXTENSIVE ,STOCK ,
;;. c in ingTi fc Far from it 1 a : : Jeffrey,at Jacksonville or address the aflbscniber.iaS. .
they are
< lie.k1nd1y.1hIsJssI1 thc.rightdirect1 n. ; poor, ;'veryoor. '
4i. short time only;as they are.determined'to' close out .' L. KIKG.
-- :. /.> '- 4 1t\i what their,own-trteTnterest-and 4ttJ But they.begin to lookup and .! .,i their entire stock of'goods;'within the next twenty ?F'FURNITURE. No,. 18--8t Bloonu Ferry,P1*.. : TINWARE

j;." .f .: ness suggests' the welfare of their/lhiidren Each one manages to get ''a'; :portion 'of the days regardless of cost Country merchants, sutlers ,3if EYEloN t CON&GMET \ .
and traders would do well to call and examine the& J..':' OF :
in >U : .
demandlt; and Ihe'good of.the, 'community money circulation, and all begin to feel 1f1ILL'SITE FOR SAME, -
.. list articles, as they will bef'sold cheap' for
the State-and the.whole that we have a future. STORE, EVERY DESCRIPTION.
.. : couft&y alike, deAL' cash. I moat desirable on St.J Jui..Hirer.T. .. :

manditt Add fctrt indwtj,, and the 'Southern --- !, .. Ladles and dent's Shoes;Boots ShIrt8t Stationery,I (.oossJariiccf. 4;iU'nmn'OJ'..' .THE' E. BUCKMAN, :Hard'Ware(and Panning Utensils. .
t; .: white and the Southern black shake ; Playing Cards,ClothiTailor's TrlnrmtogBy Shoulder and Chairs double and-single Cottage Bed- NOT 17-1m '*> Coia'n Lumber Merchant
'may The New Planet. for and Hard"."'
Straps the Army Navy Tables
"' ) -'qotoi I ; .,of le.:.Enameled.Chamber Furniture .
re"- : Do this and every sty -, NAILS .
we TobaccoButter.. Cheese,Stoves
"re. Crockery,
Cigars ,
r. the 1ittare The following note In the LondonTimit I ; Looking Glasses one hundred double and single I"I"DIARIES 'FOE 1866.
Do appears Store Plpe7CUne4'G; Yankee\ Soda
81:1t&ng otherwurp. : otIona TRACE cHAiNS
and ,
: Ie Mattresses wash ,
fa'aJt9: '( Lounge beds stands,Jco.o ,AC. .
: J .Is !II- i Water'Appsnitni for%bottUD.!purposes,Btuiness My orders are to closA the above consignment Imme. and o hef.Tables. Mem- : -
? ;:. '1 Wagons new and second hand, PbotOlt& .;Stock, diaterjr either at.'Print.lot' Pabllesale.The of every kind.The Life of Caoar I STEEr CORN:MILLS
r, -:. CAU2.anscr1pL. "To the Editor.vf the Time: '. .. J'fa Uaes-&e, & :- : are respectfully; invited to call and .examine the public stock,.J by L'1apo1eoD and other new works and stationary.For CORN 8HELLERS

-: -- 4r 11M" CO-t"I"'w--tirr- ----- il tot tory in tEe,state or.w 1 Ck; Q\fZli !)' & CO.' and secure, great bargain' .' sale b.r DBEW .'..,. ."-
.. a j. 'And$*WSWi1UCtIO. .WELLS' Auction and.Commtsrfon Store- J I D.'A; O. are Ageuta for the, sal*.of Singers Sewing FLOWS; -S
ill' w. new planet-the eighty-fifth of the croup be ;0ctTth, ISW-tf' BaySwwti JiuAtxWYjUeFla.Duval ber9-t1'. ... ,' lJ ap r the Mme.aWle Now-York. ke& -. "
"- -*> 'Bay treet.
; : i : < -- -
i 4 .u.evNO
; f The '. tween Jupiter and Mar 'I r -- ,
_ fojlowing'lctter h'as been 'adOtmed to September 19, _i: : .1'f. --- .
: 1'- Govcrnor;rownlow bVCtommlssfdnerXonger 1865,'and has sent to ..Europe* observations ; FOB BAJUB. ;i'i'I t GRINDSTONES,& .

-t -". for,eight days but withoatdements :County Medical 1 fflflflflfl&irei.Laiid'( m tracts'.from'one"bun-, :
-1 ,'"of, theBoretu Emigration r mens. or ephe- Society.JACUOITVILU ; I U U U U Ujidred: tQ t nthousand.. acres; embracing fnPARKHURST & 'CO. f .
I FL. NoV.4th 18C$. Jr ..
>EPAJmmNT OTA ) At of the Days some the most valuable plan talons in itiddle'Florl.. c'
"Mr. R'Dohnan'the .obseryerat a meeting County Medical. Society,. ;
: BUSEAU OF lUUIQBAnOH I( Durham the held this day,the following resolutions were unanimously da on'many of them the stock-'eropv&e.:ic,win be DEALERsiN OO@O 0W 'W )fe
WAsnraQTOW October Observatory, succeeded; however, adopted aad-ordered to be published four sold with thm j; there are also;flne bodies lot Umber :--4 ,
18M. for :
23, in the last and turpentine &. ,. .. ',-. I
finding planet night,and. made a successive weeks In one of the city papers. ))7
NSir:,Y 1eUe ot the ?}st inst, as also a yerysatisfactory observation.. ReoZse-Tbst"the Jaborerbeing worthy of hd hire '': Valuable business and residence lots-m this city I STAPLE. ; 'JDBT.. GOODS., AND OF ALL-KINbS--: ,SIZES.
-" '
j 'J copy#[your message, and a circular descrip- "The is all bins medical services,'are'due. 'on'coinpiejon'of Impreved. and unimproved. ,.- - '
I -iT::. .ore of the state of Tennessee hare. J cen-duly defined planet the comparatively bright, well services rendered;,and that they will be- handed 1 3" Aa H.MCCORMICK;ASont- :GROCERIES ; L- .woop. W AE
about size
cia star of 9 1-2 nWsapt3Om
:,,..:: ;received at'thliomce. Please .- mag in forUquidstloa.,as soon after at practicable. C ; ,
accept my nitude."Its. Jtctdved, That while we are to do '
willing the '
work ofcAortfy
I thanks for the'Informationthey' ;connnunI position October 25-lOb. about and administer to the truly Indigent, made M : Crockery; Tin and :HollowWare ''and a OF EVERY VARIETY.
cate. ,-was LAND AGENCY. _
by misfortune or providential affliction yet that we do Kitchen Furniture; also Rope
: : Oh 48m. in right ascension, and,6 d g. 8 min. not recognUe perIODIAI objectl..otehUU7 Bairgbag.Twine and other&. '
ofjhlSLPureau the xertioi north declination. '.' i .. ?'.t too|axy,and'dishonorable fa make ,efforts 'A. H.. McCORMICK, The highest Market price paid for all kinds of Conn WQLW' Wt{&[
towards the encouragement of "Its daily motion in R A. is about 40 par their car lahi;)"Well's7'Otherbills'; and'we try Produce at the new Store next door to 'the Post
I immigration into this country are:'being secSyfe2 decreasing and iti declination deg., ahaJl- extend to all such our .terrices unless Af, GENT'FOR THIS aAT4i: ,PURCHASE Office. / .t. .,'' 'P' ..

(\ ? oorregjondingjnterest. in the legidaturcaof decreasIng., about. 12 mm.- ,., paid' In IdYaDee.. '. "*- :XJL. "or rent'of Lands in'Florida;. .'. C.' PARKHTJliST,. 3000'BASKETS;from ona quart to three
1 JZoo/eed.That where proftiastonal services bar been AB.HUSSEY. '
the MTeral states rnd while this "The planet was.In oppositio'h. 'about October rendered,and'partles who received them,shall fi\fl.._to : Address:;J acksOnvlUc.' .'F1.. ,. ..Jacksonvfile/NoT.11.-1860.--&t. bushels.. ; -- .
Bureau .
perfectly tatlsfled that the make satialaetorjrsetttemeat August 26 ;: ,/ -
? with
patrioticspWtpervadingthe 8th. his.her or their' 8mp.r. j--l-:,"' :,.
"! :*I"' -S* i f I ,I "-
: tending! thysldan hereby stand "
legislatare of, we pledged to report r'f" : '
\ T-ME
f ..-. wisest obediently neb 4e11Qqueata a&our reIQlu meetings for record ., LIME, tIMB, LIMBFotSale.ln'quantitlesto' STATIONERY.PAPER .
st&w1Uc4iayprpf 'the '
; w h'T ''.l'.JPa'LE.ClmVAT and no member of this will DISOLVTION': ..L4. -
t ', & Society respond to pro'fesslonal OP COPABT3rERSnrP.HI5 .
,: any ,
..moaspres invite immigration into the state '!'Ofoaerrotory/Durbanv/ October?26." call from such delinquents, :nntil.they shall ten of JACXSOST,'"WABROCS *- ; .,., -- --H. T MOT., :: -

er -' of Tennessee,I still deem ifnof ,unc&lled for hare made satisfactory llquldatlon.wlth .their jtbyslielan.l I ,OB the 30th September, consent,was dissolved Ur. Wn ,. 1ancUDaF1a..APJi1.50,1)6fi3.: ) ..INKSPs', .1'.
; ; :. to remark thatit rouldlwjfellJtQ consider _,.- S ; ,. \" B..JacboD -- '
withdrawing ftom the flrmi .The business '
J.' ;: : : In 611t1onori b1sreubJect that only 1.t\Ketcteti.the Th t{n making out bur bills.',we shall ;rec.ognlxe will be conducted hereafter by the undersigned,who,' .MARRIAGE GUIDE.-YOUNG'S_GREAT PHYSIO- : !.r .
: ,CoAjRO Too'Gowfs theWusical u responsible party only 1n-families, that fhankfal for the ; m LOGICAL WORK of one his own: Doctor
bperanen'with name of a past patronage bestowed upon the Arm. every 'jENVELOPES '
rbyjan unauthorizM wnoni of ,
In the
# this lies _
i party right and
m. Chinese'giant exhibiting i oar bills Jiopos still to merU I continuance of the saroei Being a Private Instructor tor Married! Persons or .
-' office can be-dcdredend to reach'ed. in lq'Lond9a Here- will be brought in thelrname; whether It ;be<: the '. I those ,:-it
: i view: mar Oct, 7.1RAIIIi'L _'b"_..l about to Marsy both Mate and Female la every "STATIONERSGUHrETD.rir. :
.2*or Ute tact,that the*:enceof-the Bureau peats instructive passages from Confucius .bea4ma1eerem&zs of the family. .,- .-/ iit-ti ''t-' ,.. -. .thing concerning the physiology"and velt1onof oar
and other.Chlnese philosophers, and occa. JZewfwd' That we pledge-our honors. towork w ttei ,- ._ .." -' -.,'-. Sexual System, and the Production .or Prevention oi .,. ;jBRICRB;"CEMENT.'IiATHS.DRUGS .
Immigration is .
now known rules and that member .
cxtensively any ef the Society.L whQ shall WAY WlTH'SPET Offspring,Including an the w/discoveries never be : .
# abroad and slonally interposes a wise paragraph or aphorism be known to hare rlolatMtheni,shall bi I deemed :
'" thatXrpsck U4" circumstance distrust no "OLD EYES MADE NE .. tore given In the English language by Wm.Young D. : ;
S wouktJaocEpany. an action which of his own,- luch aa: '' ; longer worthy,,of. Irs..'association,'and shall dismissed. UOoetors Medleine.... D. This it reaDy a valuable and interesting work- -
\ ,,ma fib 4"en.1D the depttui of the yaWn fromthe. same.. .jt*"*: -" *, a.VT Pamphlet free on re- It is written m plain"-language for the general "
..$. /mb.lrBOtJiave e4irect sanction ofthe fed- And Jhe j agle in toe aide of beaten J' '.' 'd A. .''..'? .').; President; ., uo eeiplQf ten coxtsA4dresi E.-B.,POOTR WD-i No. and IHttstrated with upwards of ODe.hundred reader ALL. SJAPLE; HAND.
engraving -
'. Broadway
,*& *- tcra1'gorinevt: y- I '. 7" I : Tb one though Rdgbzuayb.reCh.4WUJI ., :, HQIiiBjytfj'P'j'BjSshJ3 *'Itt Aj1 Xort..t31.. .- ; .'-AU : li..t.of :', ,
._ an anw.. _li. .. ._,..... .",...* t young married people of:those contemplating
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: impediment to
.T: {n. ,1Jtl ttuUl'1o Buth.b.RtQtszLtoo'd1stane. i ." :", lu--tt.-.UGI.U.N11&:1): .,., J "- : "" '''t.. .this :
( > ; married 1Ue..MIIld" read boot It discloses .
:" .: :. J 4)CT1flt- '- t ,_Y Cannot known. "',. "-f** .,f'fwr 1 *" !f .&;<, ,,'I".., r./,',. ,JlUO.U.-hfcPHZRSONM.D.: 'i'l that every.Q.should'acquainted with Still secrets : >ir.1 _"} thT'addlse.

'. .,- ,.. ".N.. CosQEn Commifisloner.tTohU Tetltnutmrhsartlsknovnto' 'It Is fan. of j; 4.1'OOO,1D-: :. -;., tJ.OIII"INTINC] f .; It is a book that >iut be locked up,said not U. about Bridle,' .BIa.os _.'-'I lkt1 iftbS -nkeStps .
: i-: : Excellency, .)V. 0.. Brownlow of thaDkfu1DeIa lor Jour th..snell m4 Mmlintii II'more -:- M. J. uUEPET'afDE. : :' Ie" .t'u.ATLYEXEOU,l' the bouse. 'It will b sent to anyone on the receipt of '" --- !,.. .

,, ;..'_ r. fTmm.aiIM_*> :. : ,. ; J blodlaf than s loan." '. DANIEL- -, M. D., Secretary.. ,. ATTHIf- "'.OFFICE. i .T Fifty Cents.1*Address'Dr. WM.;'YOUNG .So.. 418 SParte;'Ze.3aektU.ioyer4i41.- .

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