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 23, 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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neatly and promptly erecated. VOL. 2.; :_i ; ,4i -- ,- V theslupendoustacriflce 01 property ,
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BECEtVTXQ, FOBWAfci>ING AND: COMMISSION I or claim against this or f cases, r 1idt' period of time last above specified and not repug ,
MERCHANTS.WHOLESALE : Influence of Flowers.Ohj be, apart1, dUring the State time,'or he to whidl this State shall. J for the safety, security and-Appropriation of. 'to the Constitution of the Dalted States are here- lion ever presented %-jwortd is, : % -
-Y 6. No Senator shill temtlav0rvKpure8en5UT6'thu' In o1fleo.' coeds but in no wise to affect,the purposes- tot';which Jibe declared Of full force validity and effect.\ ( how.Ufc intIustrWconditoa oCth Southern
AND RETAIL' DEALERS 7.V J'WL' :. .: term 'daring the said. lanes have heretofore been appropriated. "- The Provisional Governor of the State is hereby -'-
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r have been \ aoint- ,: 2. A liberal of States lately the th'eatre.bjTa sangut&war,
brlajf neWect t$ '- eel to civil ? system Internal Improvement being And authorised-M carry a day as practice '
GENERAL 'MEBCUASDISE. l we' shall have any ofjroflt under this 'stae--'wtilch i essential to the development l -of. the resources-of the to issue writs of electionio the proper ,officers in i if .can be're-established trpoa a.ftrm and pro- -
The g1r of God in been ereated..OI' the ,emoluments of:which'1 State shall the different i. "
shall have bo-encouraged by government .of -this the e thU Swe. &D4 make proclamation peroiisbasli-- f .
been .
28 Florida.CHlS.
October Jacksonville .> They speak the heart,r by) Such increased daring such term' except State 1 and It shal/ be the'duty of the General Assem for an election for.0000rDor. Lieutenant GOT :

MIX ft "IUIII' U kltHX* AMteIsuwhatOodjuhhi i,, pie. offices as Jnay-- befilledby elections- bythepeo-, bly, as soottlapracticable,to aa ertsinThy';:proper ernor, Secretary' of SlaeTesairet_ ,'.ComptroDer' The interest In ,this question t ,.not' confln-., .

IWo G. UMXIB. A. .A.;CHOYA. _.:".' **i re i objects for the extension Internal Improvements, in Public..Accounts i Attorney>GflneraV Circuit Judges,' ed to those States or to tn& United Slates.It .- -;
He. tenderly,trained them througB JPRo hade civil or military the before Oener1 Assembly;and aH officers; ,. relation to roads canals and navigablestreams,- 'and Judge ofI'robate.Sberlffi, Clerks of .Circuit Courts, extends every civilized nation, and to ,.
Afl&OfleaChOfttendriflhisflngerbeWa \ they enter upon the execution to Ivt*suitable application of. such funds ,as Solicitors Representative-in Congress"Senators and *
'WM: O. JEFFREYS .; of their respective o offices shall take the fallowing oath-. may flare been'; or may hereafter 'appropriated by Representatives to the General Assembly,County Com every town;hamlet and bjdividual of/those:
; Distilling BO;yrie and rich:a perfume_ qualified or amrm.Uon ::"1 do swear (or amrm) that am duly1 Mid General Astetnb/y for such improvement ,' missioners Coroners Justices ofthe Pea e-, County nations Inasmuch as tha supply ,cotton, .. ,

As than i 1 pride neTel dr t assume. to exercise according the office to the Constitution- this State,' 3. That the General Assembly may at any time cede Surveyors and all other officers provIded Sfr, by the tobacco,rice,'sugar..frnd,mplasses dependsiip- ,
Commission' Merchant to which I have,been elected for to the United States Government a lent- parcel or Constitution. The Bald election shall be hen on the is
those States
cultivation itt
.The artistic pencil may labor appointed) and will,to the best, of on: their successful ;
abilities dis fraction
I n mr I of land for the purpose. of.. 'coast, defenC; and: 29th day November,A.D. 11863. The said election '
To give to his girlng claim ; charge defend the duties thereof, and: preserve, protect and .other. national'purposes.. -- shall be conducted..according to:tbe existing laws' of and as the price of these productions depends'; k

JACKSONVILLE: FLA. For.something i wt but 1 1 Us Jot there; States Of.Amer1ca the Constitution; of this State.. and. of- the"'United'.: ARTICLE- XII.' the State Florida, and shall take place on the semi upon the quantity podueeieyeryJxUyiduaI J ,. I, : ,
day throughout the State the returns to be made according fabrics 5
A 8. who.wears cotton or, ,con.r.suhies -
something as Incense Every shall BOUXDAUZ8. H&'sucb
person be
tet disqualified from : ,
FB.IN' te opare. serving aa to law. The members of the Geo rl Assembly '
DIBBLE, Wbc aogela present to that life Governor other Senator, entauve or from holding any 1. The boundary of the State of Florida shill 1 be, as so selected shall assemble the '3d Monday in. December hose production&uU( e# personal -. .. :

Who called Into notice a poor h pVingpowe, for which office he of honor or profit In thl8 state;for the term follows commencing at tbe mouth of the river Perdi- A:D. 1865.:Tbe Governor,Lieutenant Govef iiterest In this questi DJ. The ,consumer of -
been shall have been'elected/ who :-shall have do front thence up the middle of said river to where nor Secretary of State,Treasurer.Comptroller,of Public cotton fabri1nOW compelledto pay exor-
Commission Merchant, By touching I off with gift 1 sublime, procure convicted his election.having given or offered- 'any. bribe" to.- it Intersects the southern boundary line of the State of Accounts, Attorney General Circuit Judges. Judgesof whJit.he.paid in I860 ,because ,
That none can portray it with pec or rhyme Alabama; on tbe thirty-first degree of North latitude ; Probate Sheriffs Clerks Circuit Courts'Solicitors bUant prices oyer ,
Jacksonville Fla. Oh leave me that flower its silent 9..IAwuh.n be made"by,the' General Assembly lo then dne East to the Cbattahoochee river thence down Representatives in >Congress Senators and 'Representatives cottonisnow worth. from .forty centstoohe'dollar -
,' perfume hATe exclude from office, and from suffrage, those who shall ,the middle of said river Its"confluence with We'1"Unt of the General Assembly; County, Commission--: : and fifty cents per pound,1'while r .

purchased or advance in 'CishTjbraappli; ea 8 thining the'h like a birdllog in JuneW1t peMnry.b0*or nay hereafter- be convicted of bribery,' river ; thence down,the middle of'said river to era, Coroners,Justice of the Peace,County Surveyors in[ 1860 the same article was worth only from \
produce parches ou.h1gh.iwhere no mortal e'er trod other high crime or misdemeanor t the Atlantic Ocean ; thence southwardly to the Gulf of and all'other officers provided for by this Constitution,' .
menU to C. B. Dibble. ewYOrk.L. and the
n.Ul o ona privilege' of shall 'be Florida six to cents and the reason, of the -
chants its suffrage supported by and Gulf of Mexico ; thence northwardly and abel(enter upon the duties of their pective offiers..mmediately twenty ;
And- wild, lays to the glory, 'God.. < laws regulating elections and prohibiting under ado: westwardiy. Including: ail ialaada within dye. ,.J* gueof after their election jand shall continue in of-- high,price of cotton is, to be found vhi the d. -
WARROCft, Bring hither sweet flowers, by Him they ware girert quite power penalties', all undue influence thereon, from' the shore, .; to the beginning- > flee in the sane maaaerfuid during the same period they l 'that 'ce'1860;' '*hen' tl e' phidnct'.of- ':1-
That mortals might catch sweet foretaste'of Heaven .brfbflr*. Hunalt, or other practices. AB1'ICLE'nU.. would have done lied U .y becha elected en.* >o fin r *"
AND GENERAL that In' <
AUCTIONEER A"1'1!officers year those 5inteaamotetfnTcr'
rH ofthe state at,large shall reaJdewithin Monday in October A: D. 186V The Representative in
Commission Merchant; lie clothed them with glory perfumed them in the state;and all district or county officers with BUD DD OTEEB. cnivibs. Congress shall continue in office :-In ,the same, manner I 5,000,000 bales,the amouqtproduced has been.; ,. .

His saints rejoice. while tarrying here. their their respective districts or counties and shall keep 1. The General Assembly shall pass no- act of incorporation and daring the same period he would have done-had; nominal;, and so of all. other ,prod actions.of ..
BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE !LA. those beautiful visions respective o1D.eeat such places therein as.may ,nor make any alteration in one, unless with he been elected on tbe first Monday October A. D. those States : ,
Then east not be andyeCtheir
awayBnt required law. '" '- S ; capacity (1''Pro
0CONSIONMEHTS- by _' tbe assent of at least two-thirds of each House and un 1865. : .
cherish them kindly,for brief is their.stay l1-Ic shall be the duty'of the' General Assembly. to less public notice In one or more newspaper. of the I JI. The Limitation shall ;knot :bV pleaded duce the cOp of 1860 is' net diminished except

SOLICITED I And pass them not heedlessly carelessly'by regulate from by: 'what casss and 'what deduction State shall have been given for at least three m:Dtha i upon any claim in the hands of any person whomsoever : ,in the disorganization tteir-industrial -. ',
;, WilIlurchase for parties In the. country' all articles the salaries of public oncers :'shall be,'made, !for: immediately preceding the ses4on at which ,the:,same I not sued upon when such claim was not barred by the system' Tha economist* they wish, at the lowest market price. For all that Is earthly they surely out-vie. "W neglect of duty in their official ctpacity. may be applied for. Statutes Limitation _on.the 10th day, ,of .January, ,,"A.' .
I Jacksonville Ha. Oct. 28-ly Deep laden with oders they rise from the soft 12. Returns of elections for members, of Congress 2.;No bank charter nor any act of incorporation D.1861. i U- ve'paid but little attention tothis question, ,:' .

And tell of the wonders and glories of God. and the GeneralAssembIYlhaU be made to the secretary granting exclusive privileges, shall ,be granted for a 7. NoIawoftbIsgtateprovidIngthatclaIms: or demands J will be astonished:at the ''Immense1 productions" -
T. E. BUCK2IAX. of state, lila manner to be prescribed by law. longer period than twenty years. against the estates,of decedants shall be barr ; of those States In t8nO,. 11owfd; by; -. -
Bright messengers,surely they came it inspire 13. In all elections by the General Assembly the vote 3.,Banks chartered by the General, Assembly shall ed if not presented within two years, shall be considered .
.JACI'SONVILLE, FLA- Our hearts with a aerapbs celestial fire. viva voce and in all elections by the people be restricted to the business of exchange, discount and as being in force within this State between the 10th the eighth censcaf reports.) .:
the vote shall be by ballot deposit and 1861-,and -the 28th, of.October,'
DEALERIN Then Frank dearest nephew when I am no more they shall not deal in real estate nor merchandise day Jannasy, day ALLBAXAj -
member Congress or person holding or ex. ; nor chattels, except security for loans or ,18C5,' / Alabama had under cultivstlon6,383l24aeres-ofland,. '
When my spirit steps out on eternity's shore ercising any office of profit under the United States or, discounts or for debts due to such bank ; nor shall Done in open Convention In witness whereof, the and produced : ;. : ,

TIMBER CEDAB, MILL LOGS Then scatter sweet flowers around my poor bier under her ofthe any foreign power, shall be eligible as a mem- i they be concerned in insurance manufacturing undersigned the President of said Convention and: Cotton bales...............;...........:.889.955 -
Lt"1nEU: General Assembly of this state,or hold or exercise portation.or importation, except of bullion, or specie ; Delegates present,'representing the people of Florida ... '. -
Embalming there love, with sigh and a tear. Corn. bushels ....... ..,;. .. 33,228,282
SHINGLES LATHS &C.. any office or profit under the state; and no per.. nor shall they own real estate or chattels except such do hereby sign our names this the seventh day.of No- Sweet potatoes bushels........k...:...;...;,5.i39.9H.
son this state shall ever hold two offices of profit at as shall be necessary for their actual use in the transaction vember.Anno Domini Eighteen Hundred and. Sixty. .
ALSO IX the Live stock value.. ...... ..;.........$43,411,911 .
'[From Once a week. same time, except theoffice Justice of the Peace business, or which may be received in payment five and of the Independence of the, United States' Slaughtered animals;value..;;;:........ ... 10,000,000
Saw Mill Machinery. Notary Public, Ccnsuble and :Militia offices. except previously contracted debts, or purchased at Am erica the nintieth year;and the Secretary. of said Batter;pounds.i..........*......._.. .....6,028,478.. -
i Oct.28-3in Jacksonville Fla. A Score of Years,Ago. by special act of the Legislature; but the Legislature 1e.lalaales to satisfy such debts; which they shall be ,Convention doth countersign the same.. -
shall never unite in the same person two offices the required to make sale within three yean after the acquisition E. D. TRACY.'President. GZOEOU.: -
CALDWELL, & MORRIS Down by the breaking waves we stood euties of which are incompatible. thereof. A.J. PEELER,.Secretary.CorrectjTranscrlpf'of. Georgia has 8,062,758 acres-of cultivated: lands.
iSCCCESSOK8 Upon the rocky shore ; 15. The General Assembly shall by law provide for ,. The capital stock of any bank: shan not be less -4. l.-_ Cotton, ba1es..T.02.8fQ
The brave waves whispered courage, the appointment or election and removal from office than one hundred thousand dollars to be paid ia suita Corn, bushels. .. "., ..........'.. .,30,778,293 -
\ TO BREWER & CALDWELL And bid with friendly roar of all officer civil and military in this state, not provided ble instalments and shall be created only by the payment ,: the Sentence of Sweetpotatoea bushels.. ..*... 6,508.641 '

COITUS FACTORS AND GEXERVL COMMISSION The faltering words that told the taleI for in this Constitution. of specie therein. Death Pronounce Against Jeans Christ- Livestock value...... ....;.*....$ ,3T2.7a&
dared not tell before. 16. The power of impeachment shall be vested in the 6. All liabilities of such banks payable, in Of land purchased of the Government by individuals,
House of Representatives. The following is a copyof the most 'memorable -
specie and the
MERCHANTS, circulation of no bank shall exceed not under cultivation had
I ask'd,if with the priceless gift 17. All impeachments be tried by the senate; three dollars for one of capital actually paid in. judicial sentence which has ,ever,been 18,537,733. acres-
20 Old Slip New York. Her love my life she'd bless. when sitting for that purpose the senators shall be upon 6. No dividends profits exceeding ten per centumper pronounced in the annals of the wordnamely :lri4imDA.4: ---S

Was It her voice or some fair wave- oath or affirmation; and no person shall be convicted annum on the capital stock paid in shall be made ; that of death against the Saviour with Acres cultivated.;_.........-4...*....634,213
.. B. CALDTTELL. I B. C. MOKEIB JR. For sooth I scarce may guess- without the concurrence of two thirds of the members but all profits over ten per centum per annum shall be Acres uncultivated (purchased).. ....2,566.C15
Gm Some mnnnering wave or her sweet voice, present. set apart and retained as a safety fund. the remarks which the journal IA,Pratt has Cotton bales....-...... ..-.;.... ...65.753 : -- -
Lugut That llsp'd BO srrtetly "Nes." 18. The Governor and all civil officers shall be Bible 7. Stockholders a bank when an act of forfeiture collected and the knowledge of which must Com,bushel...... ,S

___ Impeachment for any misdemeanor in office but is committed, or when it Is dissolved or has expired, be interesting in the highest degree to every met potatoes.bushels.. ....:.'..- .;.....;..L1J9.759 : I

.\ A. FAIRCHILD, And then in happy silence too, judgment in inch cases shall not extend further than shall be individually and several'y liable for: the re Christian. Until now. .werenot ock.value... .4....:........$3,553,356. ,
hand to removal from office disqualification to hold demption of the circulation we "
I clasp'd her fair, wee ; any outstanding proportion I
DEALER IN And long we stood there carelessly, office honor, trust or profit under this state; but the to the stock owned by each'and no tran.tferof' stock that it had been made public in.the, German SOUTH' C :..,..:;. .,
I. While oe'r the darkening land parties nevertheless be liable to indictment,trial shull exonerate such stockholder from this liability It is wordjfor word as follows : Acres cultivated. ...,..l..f...,l.4,573,060
OESEUAL MERCHANDISE DRY GOODS, and papers. Cotton bales.. .......: ..... .. .
The sun set, and the fishing boats punishment according to law.ARTICLE unless such transfer was made at least two years previous ; i. 352,412
GROCERIES HARDWARE, ETC., ETC.. Were sailing from the strand. VII. to said forfeiture dissolution or expiration. Sentence pronounced byPontius Pilate, Corn bushels .....;.?.....$...,.....15,065,606 -.
late intendant ofthe Province of Lower Galilee Sweet .
8. Uanks shall be open to inspection under such regulations potatoes,b1l8he1a.4.17:5,1188
Bag Strut, JacktontiUe. Fla. It seemed not many days ago- VII IT1A. a* may be prescribed by law, and It:shall be I. that Jesus of Nazareth.shall suffer death Live stockr value......--.".-,-."..%:..,...-,?-..,..$23,934,463, .7

Like yesterday-no more, 1. AU militia officers shall be elected or appointed the duty of the Governor to appoint a.person or perSons by the cross. TUA. I

j ORDErS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Since thus we stood,my love and I, under such rules and regulations as the General Assembly not connected in any manner with any bank In the In the seventeenth of the reign -of the Acres under cultivation.. ..;., ..'2,650,781 .

9 -tf Upon the rocky shore ; may from time to time direct and establish. I Stat.0 examine at least once a year into their state year Acres uncultivated...;....'....: .;.:. ..;....22,693,047
September But I was four and twenty then 2. All offences against the mOiila laws shall be tried and condition ; the officers of every bank shall EroporerTiberius and.on. the 25th day of Cotton .. .........,,... ,.63
ANDREWS, And now I'm forty-four.The'liUy by Court Martial or before a conrt and jury, as the make quarterly returns under oath to the Governor, month March j in,the. most holy city of Corn bushels.....".. .......:1If OO.70'J" .
General Assembly may direct. of its state and condition and the names of the stock. J Jerusalem during the pontificato of Annaniasarid Sweet potatoes.bushels.....A.;.i... .:.";.;ia29.749; -
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW. band is thinner pbw. 3..No commission shall bo vacated except bys n- holders,and shares heLl by each. Live stock,value........ .....? ....$42JB25.447
And in her sunny hair'I tence of a court martial. .9. 1\'o'UUtr fur the space of one1ear;'or any act ofa Calaphas. "'.' ;. f., ,
j JACKSONVILLE FLA.llQeg1 see some silvery lines,and on ARTICLE VHI. corporation, or those having control or, management Pontius Pilate, intendent of the Provinceof LOUI9UKA.Acres : -,
Her brow some lines of care; thereof Intrusted therewith. inconsistent with, or in Lower Galilee sitting judgment in the cultivation ..: ..... ...;"..:;-.; 101.108 '

, Block ProtoatSen. .JIarlltal'. But, wrinkled brow, or silver locks.She.a TAXATION ASD BEVt. t'E. violation of provisions of this Constitution or, of ,_. -- .- --- ----- .- AcreIuoeoltivatcd....... ..:.-....!;.,<.. .".6,29l,468 : 5
Off oter not one whit less fair. 1. The General Assembly shall devise and adopt a Its charter, shall cause its forfeiture and the General rresiuentiai seal oi me prseior, ,sentences .jv I Cottonbales.... .' ... r..l..V..;.'.'.:.7.777,738 -

1 2 U system of revenue having regard to an equal and uniform Assembly shall by general law provide summary process BUS Nazareth to.death, on .the cross, between ,Corn, bushels....;....J,....;.!.-;.....;...118,853.788' -

The fishing boats score of yean mode of taxation throughout the state. for tbe sequestration of its effects and assets and two robbers, as the numerous and notorious Sweet potatoes bushelj.. .....k...,......2,066,981 ,
FRANCIS, I.; 'WHEATON, Go sailing from the strand; 2. No other or greater amount of tax or revenue the appointment of officers W settle Its affairs and no testimonies of the people prove Live> stock. yalue....-.........;.;....'.'..;.'..$21,5,94O '
'The crimson tan a score Ofers'SeIao'erthedsikeu1ngIand shall at any time' be levied than may be required for forfeited charter shall be restored. MJSSIS'. ; C- ,',;: : .
JtI05 or WWBATK: FOK DOTAL CO N ,.' ; the necessary expenses of the government. 10. The Gtneral Assembly shall not pledge the faith 1.;:Jesus is a misleader. S
ACTDIQ Ofiice'comer ofor And here lJlgh'apolithe cliff .: ," {;,.r 3. No money shall bo drawn from the Treasury but and credit of the State to raise funds in the aid uf any 2. He has.excited,the sedition, Acre UD1er en1tlTatiOD.......;. v.j.:5,06.TSS': ;' ,
L TT mamiA;** ..jcffl w. corporation whatever Acres uncultivated...........,..,......10,1'1'3t29 _' ,
jf and ,
HAS Set. eurAlao. Ageut ,orthepui We"re.tal1dtng-wr41t1bana.- ineonseqaenc* an appropriation by law a regular ',. ,_ & an enemy to,the laws. .
) aDd statement t.e receipts and expenditures of ail if* + L.- a-- C01ton.-ba1e.:; ... .:.:...-" I '.4 '.
chase and male of lie*!Estate.October there'a eldest girl, public monies shall be published and promulgated an ARTICLE XIV. 4., He calls himself the Son of God. Corn bus1ela....-........-.....;..-......_...29,037,682- '*" -*-.
'My darling, our '
21 J Down on the rocks below 1 nnally with the laws of the General Assembly. AMEXDMEXTS AND EEVI8IOS3 OP TUB lO SrnrrIOY. 5. lIe calls himself false,the. King of Is- Sweet potatoes, bushels..1. .. :.. ..".'.. ;4,563,873'
'' 4.The General shall have to authorize Live stoCk value,'..-.'....:.? .,...?'......m891,697'1I.r.40"
-- U. IIIl'BiL What's Stanley doing by her side ? Arsembly power 1. No part of this Constitution shall be altered except rael.
C. 1'. <,'ooro. \.. My wife says, You should know : the several counties and incorporated towns in by a Convention duly elected. 6. He went into the Temple followed by a ; .'

COOPER & BJJ1IEE.I He's telling her what yon told me this state to impose taxes for county and corporation 2. Convention of the people shall be called unless multitude palms in their hands., Acres under culcivation....:.f:*...-...:..983,313 ,
A score of rean ago." purposes respectively, and all property shall be taxed by the concurrence of two-thirds of all the members carrying Acres uncultivated..*. //..-./...'.'... .'... ,,;;.;17,590,309'
A TT O It N Ji Y fci ATLA\V, W. L. W, upon' the principles established in regard to state taxation. of each, House of the General Assembly made Orders the'first centurion'Quirilus C6rne- Cottou.balea.......... ..........._-,..........367.338 .
--.4.- known by the passing of a bill; which shall be read ,lius to bring the place of execution. Corn bushels:...... .::..;.;*.....:....17,823,588 '
JACXiONVIL12 FLA. : ', 5. The General Assembly shall have power to an three times on three several days in each House Forbids all persons rich or ;poor, to pre- Live stock value...............,;., ..' ....$22,096,977""'.
thorize the levying of a capitation tax. .
3. Whenever Convention shall be
.Jlu"i,'#*c*. CONSTITUTIONon a called proclamatIon Jesus.' While Louisiana alone produced 221.761 hogaheadsofsngarand
Second Story. & ,vcnt the
Ofict- ARTICLE IX.CESSU8 of an election for Delegates shall be:made 'by the ,
13f39.Tl2gal1od molasses-- : ; .
'Gin. Governor at leut thirty days before the dayof election. The witnesses who have signed the execution -
bcptember 9 FORTH OF.OOVERlfJlEYr AND APFOKTXnrXrXT OP BEPKESKXTATIOX. The cash value of purchased lands in these states ia
Every County and Senatorial District shall be of Jesus are-. 1860was ,
: .
..t.AflOENEY 'UGt aw.', FOR THE 1. The General hundred Assembly and shall,in the and year in the one thousand entitled to as many Delegates as it bas representatives 1. Daniel Robani,Pharisee. Alabama.!_.-!....!.......', .' ..... ...$"S,1r.U,622

HJBUC eight aixty-seven and year In the General Assembly. The same qualificationsshall : Georgia........- ............... .....i..1S7. ,803 .
AT LAW ALSO NOTARY PEOPLE OF FLORIDA.COSTIXCED oLe thousand eight hundred seventy-five enumeration and every be be required in Delegates,and in Electors that are 2. John Zorababel. Florida.. ...._ ......... ........16,435,727
tenth year thereafter, cause an to required -members of the General Assembly and voters 3. Raphael Roboni. South Carolina... ... .. ... .. ...139,652,508Texas.
JJ.cno2lT1LLJ' ru., made of all the of inhabitants white inhabitants of the State shall; and be to added the for the saile respectively' and' the elections for 4. Capet. ...... ....."............,...;....:...,.-. 840W20LouisJana
connected with noUDg and ( BOX LAST BSCJE.) whole number colored and Delegates to a Convention, and tbe returns 01 such election Jesus is to be taken out of Jerusalem thro' ... .... .. u._...;... .. ....2C4.7i9662Arkansaa.
matten of the nnirber people' they .
will attend to a.11 three-fifths ; thall be held and made in the '
OIfice-umporUy) at rest Clerks of the Circuit lt Courts of the several the manner prescribedby Mississippi...,.;.. ......h...r ,....f.. .180.710.361 ,
exltud1ng proteBU iC. Gin 15. The of State shall be elected tha qualified shall then proceed to apportion counties representation law-'for: regulating elections for members of the the gates Tournes. ; ..........;!......{..... ....91,649,773
deuce. Circuits thit by equally among the different according to General Assembly, but the Convention shall judge of of
The engraved a plate
september 23 voters In their several conutles at such times, and such enumeration,giving,'however, One representativeto the qualifications of Its members.] sentepce was on The cash value of negro slave property 'in the same
places as are now or may be provided by law : JTovid- every county, and Increasing the- number of representatives brass, in'the Hebrewlanguage .and on its. states in 1860, was: *' f' -

AKCW1MJ..I. T. BAXKB .I ed, however, That the Chief Justice of the aupremicourt on a uniform ratio of population, accordingto ARTICLE XV. sides are the following.words: ,-"A similar SlavNYalue..
and the Chancel ore of the Court of Chancery the foregoing basis, and which ratio shall not be SCAT OF oovon '. has been sent to eachtrib&' It Alabama.........435.080" 1215,540,000 .
ATTOHNEY AT LAW when such court shall be established- shall have the changed until a new census shall have been taken. -- plate Georgia.'... ."..;. 463yU .i' "230,090,000
CAUnCSVlUX TMB1DA power to appoint the clerks of their respective courts. 2. The General Assembly shall also, after every such The Seat of Government shall be and remain permanent -.' discovered in the year 1289 in the ,city of Florid.... ..,....61,745 v SO.8T.l QO .
I intrusttdto his 16. The Justices of the Supreme Court, Chancellors enumeration proceed to fix by law the number of Senators at the City oLTsllahaaeeenunthIotherwlse1provl. Acquilla in ,the ..Kingdom:Naples, by. a South Carolina....403.406 : 201.203,000
Will attend promptly to aU business July 2-U and Judges of the Circuit Courts, .hal1,"by virtue of i which shall constitute the Senate ofthe State of ded for by tbe action of a Convention of the people of I search for the Roman antiquities by the com -Texas.v...........182566 9L283.0W
care. their offices be conservators of the peace- throughout. Florida aad which shall never be less than one-fourth the,.State. Louisiana.... .... .331,726 ? 165,863,000
the Stata. nor more thaiiOne-hlhfOf the whole number 'of'' the '*'- ARTICLE missaries in the French army of .Italy. Up Yiuisslppl....... ,631 '218,305,600'
T. T.ATTORNEY. LONG, 17. The style of all process shall be "The state of House of Representatives ; and they shall lay off the XVI. to the time of.the French campaign in Southem Arkansas., .' ....111,115 55,557,500

Florida,"and all criminal prosecutions shall be carriedon State into the same number Senatorial., Districts as. GENERAL rBovisioz1. Italy, it was preserved in the sacristy o( The great question npw'ia Co[ provide for
AT ,LAW, in the name of the state,and aU Indictments shall nearly equal in the number of inhabitants as may be, .Whereas,'slavery bas been destroyed In this State the Cartmusians near ,Naples where it.was '
conclude against the peace and dignity of the same." according to the ratio representation'' established in by the Government'ot the United 'States ; therefore > these States an eflacient'iridustrfar systethtb;
LAKE Cur FJ..A. IB. There shall be an Attorney General for the state the preceding section, each of which districts shall b* neither slavery nor involuntary servitude shall ia future kept n a box of ebony. Since then the relic take the place,of the one we. have destroyedto

July 22.-6mp. who shall reside at the seat of Government,and he shall entitled to one Senator exist in this State, except as a punishment for has been kept in the chapel.of Caaerty. The''rench provide aa industrial systemwhich: shall
perform such duties u may be prescribed by law; he 3, When any Senatorial District shall be composedof crimes whereof the party shall have been ,convicted translation was made literally by,
C.G1XJLIS' ahafl be elected by the qualified voters of the state, at two or more counties the counties of which such dia-- by the courts of the State, and all the inhabitants of the reprcduce.the amount of cotton tobacco, rice,
the same time and In the same manner that tbe Comp; trict consists shall not be entirely separated by any Blade, without distinction of color,'are free' and shall members of the Commission of Arts. Denon sugar and molasses'raised' in 1860, ,for 'thewanVofwhlch

AT' LAW troller;Secretary of State and Treasurer are elected, county belonging to another district and no county enjoy the rights of person and' property. without distinction had,a/oc simile of the plate engraved which a universal Cry of distress ';as-
ATTOBNET and his term of office shall be the same;, but he maybe shan divided in forming district. of color. was bought byLord Howard, on of cendsfrom the nations and all The ;
removed by the Governor on the address of a'; maJority 4. No county now organized shall be divided into 2. In all criminal proceedings founded.upon injury ; people.
his cabinet for 2890 francs There to
FLA General Assembly and the Inhabitants of either colored and in all ; seems cotton of the South liz 1860
JACKSONVILLE, of the two Houses of tbe new counties so ss to reduce to a person cases affecting the rights crop was 5,886-
1"- ball receive for his,services. a compensation. to- be' fixed. below the ratio oi representation. and remedies colored persons, no person shall be be no historical doubt as to the question of 897 bales, while the entire crop of this, year -
1 law.It. .- -- 5. The several counties of this State shan be entitled incompetent testify as a witness on account of color; authenticity. The reasons, of the sentence bebver'estiraated at 1,000,000 bales l
JAS BAHJBBi There shall be-on'IOUdtOr'fli each circuit 'WhO to the following Representatives, viz : Kscambla three; in all other .,- the testimony of colored persons correspond exactly with those of. the GospcI. -. .
> shall reside therein to be elected by the qualified elee' Santa Rosa two'Walton two, Holmei ODe Washingtonone shall be excluded unless made, competent by future Is I860 the tobacco crop was ..; ,...4S4483.51'Ibfc

LAW ton of the circuit who shall bold his office for the term Calhoun one.Franklin one Jackson ,four Gads- legislation. The jury shall judge, of the.credibility of Sugar.... .. ..........,;.......:.230, 82 hkdt. '. ;
ATT.OREYAT of four years and ahall receive for his services, *:com den three Leon four Waknlla one, Liberty one, Jefferson testimony; ',- -- -* : ; Cane molasses..., .. ..:... ..:.14,863, 9 galls, .
pensalion to to fixed by law; three Madison two Hamilton two, Lafayette 3. The Jurors of this State shall, be white, men 8ailn flacon Sorgbummoluaea.-- .... .....6,638,181Ricef .. 1
JACKSONVILLE,.. 20.'No Justice of the supreme'court shall sit 'asa' one,Taylor one Suwannee one Columbia .twoBaker possessed of such qualifications alT-may be prescribed : ........!..- .,....:...,..187.187.032 :lbs.
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18 6mp take D.I11D the Appellate Court tile trial v. a A Al '* lwn. t.2a.n.. nmj ;.Tlnw1.. of John J ,
at MM. HeD4enooa. 1'OT 1nA.or on< one, jwaoiora one"ni..uua ? >/u", ** ty law A correspo'ndent ; &n exchange, ( ; s---- -
zOmee Drbe;itnc-ol any case which shall" have' been decided two,Clay one, St. Johns one., 'Putnam one, -Marion 4. Treason against the State shall consist onty in levying Stubs,) gives the following short'process for j ; -
the court below. Valuala one, Brevardone war against it, or In adhering to its Carry-Arm
AOT1CE.H. by him in two, Sumter one, Orange one, enemies giving .
21. The General Assembly shall have power to establish ,Levy one, Hernando one Hillsborough, Manatee them aid and comfort. No person shall be con- .saving Bacon-and salt : When 3Iiss Harris assassinated her loverin ,
VAUGSAH in each county a' Board of Commissioners for one,Monroe one Dade one, and;Polk-one. victed of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses Mi&ea'solution' in hot water, (heatraised
,. the regulation of the county business therein. There shall be twenty-nine Senatorial Districts this to the same overt act, or his confession In open'court. high as the fire,will make it,) put the the ffice of the Treaswy at'Washintobi a :

and Surgeon, 22.'Ko duty not judicial shalli be Imposed by law State which shall be as follows f The county of Escam- in the hot brine with much animal prowess that succeeded.sq well at the, ,tribannl -'
Physician court the chancellors 'District of Divorces from the bonds pork as ._
upon thejustices of the supreme bia shall compose the First ; thecounty 5. of matrimony'shall not before whom shewas tried she, had ,
Office In &mmU' Block.with Dr. TJp on. or the Judges of the circuit courts of this stsfe..'except Santa Rosa shall}compose the Second.District !.'the be allowed but by a judgement of a court.,as, shall be heat as possible. ,Let the hams : and should : not
ia cases otherwise provided form this Constitution. county Walton shall compose the .Third District ;: prescribed by law. rS.b kept three minutes and .a' 'half,' :"and -the0 least idea that she" 'Inaugurated a nevfsort'of

Oct. 'IDR. ,- ABTICLBTL tbe counties Washington ul Holmes shall compose ,6..The General Assembly shall declare' what the middliags two and-a half minutes and phylosophy which,womd bring with
TBS KXGKT OF SCJ1TILW1E ASD CJUAUFICATIOKS OmCJtU, the Fourth District :' the county Franklin shall compose parts of the common law, and what parts of the civil and moke theinand in'its: orbit the present generation of American
l\1cP.HEn. ON. AXD BXXOVAI. the Fifth District ; the county of Calhonn"shall law,not Inconsistent with the Constitution shall be in then hang up immediately
GrKO. E. CIVIL 0 omCEBS AXD WfElCHKEWTB. of J.ck8OJllhaU this State. .. of Bacon YO Dg"1adies. Flirtations are now no -
compose the Sixth District i the county force in you have.a choice aiticle in a
Physician and Surgeon. 1110OFfICE. compose the Seventh District ; the county of ..Gadsdeu I 7. The oaths of officers directed to be taken under .sh ort time to what ,will by the usual longer carried on without a.retolTer-,in the :
L Every free white male person of the age'of twenty shall compose the Eighth District; the CountyofLlberiT this Constitution, may be administered by any judge very you pdctei ofeach, of those charming jnlsscs '
Office comer otOceu and Fortftt' reet, one years and upwards and who shall be; .at.the time shall compose the Ninth'' District ; the county of.. justice of the peace,in the ,State,.of Florida''., until process, as"well' as' saving four fifths.of your. ,' who walk anrand *young -
of A.M.H EeedEs. ov'mp: offering to vote;. citizen-of'the United States and | Leon shall compose the Tenth District ;'the county:;i of r otherwise provided bys law.- .. saltL< Broadway their
who shall have resided and bad his habitation.. dOm Wakulla shall compose the Eleventh District; the county This will answer anytime betweenL ..long fair curls flowing:upon: their shouldenv C
Dr. J. A. & TO PD. ciL'home and place of permanent absMe in Florida for of Jefferson shaft compose tbe Twelfth DI.trict'lbe' ARTICLE XYTJ. November and April I have saved much :Within the folds of their' rlnolines are to be --

AS removed to J ck >BvnieTifct IDA' 'wW brancbea.continue one offer year to vote next and preceding who shall the election at such 'at time which, and he for shall six trict county: the of Madison county of shall Hamilton compose shall the compose ThirteenthDis the Four..' 'SCHEOC1.B A3fD'OED1XA5CE.; In that,way for' six or eight, y ars. Sec .thatyou fo nda"sort. of jew lJi with' six 'barrels :.

the pracUee ofLii profession mail ibols Its Buhldini. months immediately',preceding said time have had his toenth District ; the coiC.ties: of Lafayette and '.Taylor 1. All laws ofthe State passed'during and since the keep a small portion of salt, during the, which especially kept to the service' of1their
Offi-p. habitation doailcil. and place or permanent abode in shan the Fifteenth District the vounty- of session of the Legislature thereof : hearts. :.The 'gtinmakeraare: makIng
aU hours, unless compose j. tenth in I860 not repugnant -: process in the bottom your' vessel to be ; ;
Bay Street, where be may found at in which' be may' offer .to vote shall be the Sixteenth District the ,
b the county Columbia shall c8mpoae ; to the Constitution of this State or of tbe United fortunes with this speciality ; not only for :
professionally qualified elector at all ;elections under the the Seventeenth certain that you sufficiently strong ;
elCa deemed a county of Suwannee shall compose' States shall be valid f' all writs actions prosecutions '
8eptm ntttuttou.and none others;'"except in elections by 31stric-- ; the counties of Baker' and 'Bradford shall ,judgments and decrees of the courts ofthe State, during the whole process._ ,., the"consumption'ofyourig-lew Yorkercsscs' -'
general ticket In the State or District prescribed by compose the Eighteenth District .; the county cf' Alaeh- all executions and sales made thereunder and all acts .-. ,..- but for the fiancee* tlie.entlrc Union 'The which eases the elector roust have been 'a ;resident na shall compose the Nineteenth Eistritt. the -county orders'and proceedings of the Judges ofIrobate.and 'Peace.. thing is becoming so alarming that tit:Chicago ,

The Jacksonville Hotel, of the state one year next preceding the' election, .. of Nassau shall compose the Twentieth District ; the Executors,Administrators Guardians and:Trustees, a.petition signed by ya larget number or
known' the u.e..) and six months within the elective district in which he counties of Duval and Clay,shall compose the Twenty* provided they were in conformity to tie- laws then'In- ,The best peace the people 'of Florida or citizens
(foriatrly aa l0aH newly fur .!ers to vote : Provided,That no officer, 'soldier seaman Pint District : the counties of St. Johns aDd Putman force and not fraudulent shall be as valid as .If made any other State can have, is found in the rig honorable haa.Dcen' last, week' pre-
been thoroughly D of the or marine, In the regular army or navy of toe shall compose" the Twenty-second District ; the countyof under tbe usual and ordinary legislation of the country' obedience to law Without the r sensed the atith.oritieSj; requesUhg them to-
HAVraO ,i*now open for the a moLD United States orany other person in the employ or pay Marion shall compose the ,Twenty-Thtrd 'District ; provided that the same be not repugnant to: the:.Constitution ; proper i takes eh'u sures:'to' DreTent the 'fnrthpr
tfftVeillnff public ofthe U. 8., unless h* be,a .qualified L.elector of, the .._ -_._V_.,O14MAWNI__t...."0...It. .VW.M0...*--.A**Mi-A w Tw- -#-ntV.fotlrtlllUQWlUlkT --. --_.- I of the State.and'of the.United States.. .. observance of the laws of the land, there 1neithjeite of thia '
DRThDALZ growth alarming
k fashion, Iel#
.. IIADDOcZ;. State previous to his, appointment ,or, enlistment as District ; the counties.of.Orange, and JVolasia ,shall LAU nnel penalties,>>ronenares; oougaaons ana nor happiness, nor' safety' to comvmbn .
C A AH r.F. fuch cfllcer,soldier, seaman" the" regular compose the Twenty-Flail.District I. the counties of escheats, heretofore accruing to the State oti F1oaic1at life, limb and:property ;::and it-is the duty of .thing to S ee'b.ereiu4h>inost fashionable -
-- -, i army*r na'y of the United States or.of the -revenue Levy and Berpando shall compose the Twenty-sixth and not made unlawful by the Constitution or laws of stre ts;young ladies witb-tHeir schoolbooks, ;
in the .
; serriee.ahaU be considered a 'resident of the state inconsequence District; Uae counties( TIiU borouth; and Manatee of the United States, shall continue to scene to the UM all good citizensto zealously, ; : enforcement Ia' one band while witb'tbe other displaytipretty
M. MVRELL,': of being stationed within the same i .haUfOmpoM tbwety-euth J)1Itrfettbe eCI11Dtle. of the State. of law against all crimes 'andjnis-: they -, -
2. Tbe.OeDeraIAaembJ.ahaU have, power, to ex. .. of folk aDd Brenrd shill.pose the'l'wentl.elghth 3. All recognizances J orakez.h&11 remain' demeanors whatever. .Men who live In constant -' explosive tilay-toy mounted
Ete&mboatand fillip' .Agent, dude from every office of.bonor trust or profit within I/Kind rand me counues MonrOe*uu. AUC' shall valid and all bonds executed I 0 the Governor of the 'violation1 Of the laws of the" ,land and 8ilerdOr.ornamented"with peam, and upon
fbrwnrdlnffBay the statS and from the right of suffrage all persons compose the Twenty-Ninth District t and each Senatorial State of Florida,'either before,or'since" the' first day the,stock ofwbicb-tlieiE,inillaU, are
And Cfemmtal. ** +General convicted* f bribery. verjwry or other Infamotis crime District shall be entitled to one Senator. January 1861,'or to any other,officer:ot the State'in rules society,do not only injure themselves, M E U'O ,11 tJN'r,; & Ko person shall be,capable of..holding ,or being ARtICLE'IX.' Ida official capacity, shall be of full force.and-virtue-for. bat the public at Jarge->which actually make? iitely executed ta ga1d. Take! timely'jwn/..: '
Oeorjirlaeeond elected to any post of honor, profit trust or emolument, the inca therein respectively expressed, and may 'be .uiance-7ainarill 7.T wEth; ing, all you, young impudent beans,:who,
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; executive z cirilTboproceedaofanhandaprttheueeof*. .,. .
> civil or military legislative. or judicialsun. sued for and recovered accordingly ; and all criminal vSUCCESSION" venture uponthefiowcry- rturnin ;' foot:11:
West of'X t w> Co.), of this state-.who.hall: hereafter > Schools and :Zkc4Oth.: -
( door der the government prosecutions penal actions which have trlsea may
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(lneonnectioswtlb Sta.i fight.-4nOII-or send or accept a challenge. to fight a and a Seminary or Seminaries Learning Ahall be and, be presented judgment and execution In:u e'name TO TOE PRESTDEKTULIn ChAnt' ': paths, .upon cupid placed his", ; .

HAS ar.4d and Adams Erpre ., obeL the probable issue of which may be the death of remain a perpetual fund,the" Interest otwhlcb,< ;together of the States' .. .. .. '. ., : Bnares .; .il is llQ.longer to his !offensive': ar". :,
forwardiul., the challenger r challenged who shall be a'secondto with'all monies accrued from any'other source,! fc TbeProvlsioualGovernorofthla State'Is hereby : tti&U. ,S..House of Eepresciitatlvestl -on 'I rows yon will b< ;jexposea, bun to a/murder-" ;'
w. brls who shall in any manner aid or assist 'shall invtoably i ap- requested U authorize civil this, ,6th Inst.. a biljwa introduced and refers '
o..rlLunter k GBUntUI15U, WjUy either party, or. applicable to tbe same object I oftl.cerflof' Slate ; $ oUst bullet from a blue-eyed young lady- whd .
1 G O o., F.lata} k O. 'L U in such,durt. or shaU be knovinglj ,(he bearer of propriate4 to the:n eiof I school' and,Seminaries'of. 1 who were dlscbarglBg the duties'of'their offices' priorto red to Judiciary Committee which isin: .! will ,from her
t W.A.1iuL Ka such challenge or acceptance whether the same occur Learning, respecUvely and to no other purpose- or during the month of May.'A rtauJD ; whisper rojt'Yonrmone.tbat .j !
DT Asguala .P. J'. .IL! 'A.A C or be committed In,or pat of the -state; but the >legal' 2.'The Genetal Aisembly, shall tak.e1ci...measures, the bxercise of the functions of their respective' offices- tended t guard agamst'any'possihility'oflhe'office : 'l ., is matrlmonv.*-. jour:l ife-Cou-j. 1 I
8M.'e. reeAUt 18 &C.L oisabUiiy shall not accrue until after,."tritl.''and'convloUon !.. may be necessary to preserve tress waste damage and to make such other appointments to office U1DaT' of President of the United1 States 'be- di.. T5tat. *' Unit. H' 1
L W.ID J $. ..TM. according to due form of law. all undue granted and appropriated for the>purpose, be necessary or proper to reorganise'orre-esublUh the; coming va provides for the succes-> '- ,_ .t : -c
I 0. .aw .hereafter J> ., collector or civil government this State j'and all actions at law ..-.----_ ,
: ,4 Jfopersoa whomsy : f' :ofEdocsionf ; should -
-1 2 \othctP98itiQn.i events' render ,,
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C l& F ,- ' hbIdtofpuULmon1ea'shol1 hare a seat in either > or suits In chancery or any proceeding pending In any I ]
.-.- ,. ," ":: : : house or the General Assembly,* or'\.'eligible:to an*, 1! rARTICLEXlKi of he courts in this Stale,prior to,or.durti g the month, necessary,-in theorder9fthetrbfficIa1tandlug : '--Tbn editor, of a country'papqj -inYisr, 1-
AWAY- ..TH.PEc.C ofSes of trust-atpt'OtS under this stat;QW'h: ,halJ, : ,PLXU p4xP$ TIAL PiPYUZ.t j of May;AiD 1863,*and either'before or suuequeut to I of the Yice President.'Pj esldent Pro.tenxot cqrisin, says'tHat'lie l1ed upon to, .pub-.

.have accounted for aad paid into the- Tnasury. H, "All".,sums. i t. Jt shall be the.doty of the ;Central ;AisetabljH tofovide'for $-'the Wilt day January,4.. D.1861,shsll' OL J J&W. bflCrtieou'rs.e.i14 for w .e ad bill 1Jntabl. She preventlonx/f waste and-damage the :all respects valid, and may teprosecuted judgment ;
: .mp za .'v:;" :: Ctorernor' member of CoBgressiir f. ; of the fo Gen.. ,ptlbliO 1aQ4Jf tbJ4'tnat.beHafter be Ceded Qhe .State, !t I aud decree; and all Judgments and.::ectees rendered Justice and'Assqciate"3'asUcea'i6f. thp Bnpreme. ,'!.as;it was a question in wbtcliHntarly .1
d .. Ad E .t 1O :- ..' 10.JIJt aral'AsaemHy of titis StatehauTecelT '.'&*?be ea'. '011'1.Odda' it m'T IaW1'lOi.rt 8v..16"of"an1tl.L't -i I ID.civi\\caws in any tha-oouru,'ia,W Bute.'dlrlazv C Jun ,: : ) > tll"J'eaa.enwm eply -Jntedcit 5t."cr' ;
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'sustained bythe co-operative power of f another one In Corigres Jhepth: In cotton.the fieldr!. The send decree' declares Gen.O1tTEost.' i l EIOYALI t' ofNew Torfcchalr.EP Ini.HENTJamesr1l.Marvin .

1. .WtJ nton. one of those powers,and is therefore constitutionally would be. happ,.' gottkifrici. of 'the. :'Frenchwouidl .' f tot4a l absent the United'f'StatcSJ' without I The'ous:Committee.Hejaid's man; Culver Pennsylvania ,Hill of Indiana
.,., '; incomplete and4nvalid.Witb: v : froniMcxbco; eiIe ,J : .subjct.tQ tr1 Con'his, return to, ;' correspondent Cullom of Illtooia,Ritter Kentucky.
''otGeor.: l >&Colonized the'cause of humanity, YpJ; :'' ;f' .:. of the lltij fns Jasigton- Ex.l"LWITURE8: .0- ,TIm NAVY DEPJ.BT.
l ,,'\;. : proper appreciation:therights ,, ) ; -" : : ; :lat Speaker'ColCx -Humphreyof New York chairman
7 : J ACTaOgVILLE.,DEO.. 23. 1865., gia, and of the exercise of those 'tinquestionable bWiuiatIoh'f\ (!) .miscegenation and::,a!. the ,.: :ThatamorasRanc1o otthe,;i9th'ul lt ,has'announced;.the ,tolJowing.standing ,Julian of,111dian,1IouIton of";Illinois-
: 1 -; -' 'States Rights to -the:>"functions of Whichihe oilier a< tin- '-'1j'Q and #7njwould- j be greatly,"promotdaiid -f ,declares' '-the seigo, .. t t1t city. ,by., the .mittees EJECTION t' Henry.. I :Dawes.of Massachusetts Warner of Connecticut,Denison of Pennsvt

:. K.'8ncntBY'i4itor_ ;: .and 'Proprietor.Editor.' .: has been .called, 'her Representatives in the tijjeTfriends of the,, l9 :tbayebeena. -'falur&, ad announces'1 ,chairman- ;- Scofleld* of Pennsylvania, nla.ExFENDrnmEs OF 'Poar OITICE
her General Assemblbavo, very properly North or South could remain 'quiely : .iiprsion of the bceiger.- Upso of ofIllinos Paine -Jehu Baker of
r\ 4; :. EOLXEB.;AaIOc1&te 'adjourned overto snchtime as their governor homewith, no disturbing elements of discord:' state that the' have of Winin Miclg..Mrhal. Ohi York..McClurg MyersoC: Pennsylvania, Darling; of New

.KZXOzDOCTRiNEs ; '''elgct wilijbe' pemitted to co-operate with tojuarihclr future peaccat4pruspcrIty. their right (o live I ic ,Mexico, ,ofIisur and MEANS Radforokof-Justin New 8; Morihlof York,Egglesfon of Ohio, Rogers or New
7'7: ; :ied4c them in the discharge of the duties 'of State By all.'means' let ',Con gr ,'re afflrm the all the''political claims iley''m y : chairman; Hooper of Massachu- Jersey.ExncNbrruMM i
OJ" Urrmuon DEPART
a 'Prblic opinion had, for.&pme,'time, : Government J .-. -, lonro ,and backinp. ,the declaration have on.the throne,for the sum',of $10,0 Veront of New-York;Garfield of Ohio, iENT-E., Btfmont TIm of, Indiana chairman
:, down In the,opinion, that ,the, .- ': ,",: carrying out the above programme.: each.; 'ABGEL ITCRBIDE is t have Wentworth of Illinois, Conkling of New I Strouse of Pennsylvania, Benjamin of Missouri
his message to.Congress, would PiesidofjfJn 'A SPECK:OF WAR. '.-'" ,' .. ; repor t York, Mobrhead Pennsylvania', Allison. 'of Allison of Iowa,McKee of Kentucky.
given bischlld, a boy,eight, yeariof gei I
oCJlexleo the and
The oeenpailon by Iowa, EXPENDITUBES PUBLIC
in advocacy of the 1rIon 'DOMESTC"NEVS Hog'orMir. ON BciLDINOiJ -
L jr ground who h him and made Stevens of:
as adopted /
W of
and resolutions MnA Longyear Michigan chairman
r notice to:MAXIsmTATg TheTollowing preamable AOIR ;
; and give a sort significant AtAit.iti.-TIie legislaturepfthisStat .Prince hl is said to have ; nan;.Raymond of New .Baldwin Massachusetts,Dixon of Connecticut
: ,, .f and j ApoLEAifthat they must abandon which were introduced in the U; Si Senate on has ratified,by :an. been done by'victimizing mother by; a. York, JBldj Bfri, Kasson'.of Iowa, Johnson1 91 Pennsylvania ''W H Randall .-

.i their scheme of Empire on the Westen the llth jinst, ii ySenat'. Wade(rep.:)of.Ohio t ,' to 'oe1helmlnsCnjortyIte' infamous plot; who after being compelled to Voorhett rnsworth of Illinois,: of Kentucky.
/7 i. and in the House by Mr. Scheuckrep.alsoofthat endient ConsttU na1oIshng ig a'paper renouncing her rights as mothe BpaldingM HPof.. California,WrightBANXcraxIW : JOINT ..COMUTTTEE ON LlBKAKT-R B
b7 Continent. slavery,, [ concluded send her out of Mex oiNew J
.was 'I
: of Ohio chairman of
Hayes Kelly
i t -
State would to hidicate prettyclearly.the .
f In h1a in message if the President failed to seem There ha been for:some time' past 'a conflict -' ico. c-Thcdor'M. ,Hubbard of New York.

Jj speak with,that'emphasis which public opin- .- pufpj3seof. administration, to re. f- between the Civil i Courts and the Military i ". Three prisonersw.r captured .by.til Pomeroy of New York;chairn;Hooper of i ,.JOINT .CJOMJOTTEB ,os: .': H
he firri the Monroe doctrine which is fast becoming for of CoBTra AS, I from'a, scouting party Massachusetts, Culver of Pennsylvania,Buck- Laflin of New'York,chairman; W R Clarke
ion, and public sentiment expected' yet one oC"the'cardinaf principles of the authorities In 4lab ma. ,In consequence from f Matamoras who were immediately lank of Ohio;Harden of Kentuk Lynch of .of Ohio liithani of West Virgu a.

t 4 certalnly.haa done so with. a, dignity that Republican the American this His Honor, 'R. BusteedJudgc of the, hung to a tree by.order of their phier in rotallatiozi Maine, Defree of of' Pennsylvania JOINT CbincTTEE ON ENROLLING BULB.t .

r addEl9rcetoiils 1 meaning though his lan party',if not peo-U. S. District Court, opening the Court in for tbe execution of lbls, by.vh'- ot Wet Virginia.' Amasa Cobb of ,.chairman; .Gloss-
pIe:, tue of the edict of PACIFIC RAILROAD-Hiram Price of.Iowa, '
be free from, bluster or gasconade Montgomery the 29th MA proclaiming brenner of Pennsylvania!!
; guage ; on ult., stated in a
Donnelly -
1 "Whereas, in letter of instructions; dafedJuly the liberals outaws. chairman; Stevens of Pennslvania, SELECT'CJojSarrEE ON RULES-.The speaker
and.he plainly puts forth the re-assertion of 3d, 1802 directed to General Forney, few pertinent remarks that, onacountofheeXistingpos of Minnesota, Ichu tt ,E B Washbarneof Illinois; Banks ot Massachusetts
the doctrine of Monroe that foreign poten- commanding the French forces in :Mexico, ton of the Judicia whose or. THE PABLO PLANTATION. Brooks of New York, ,Loan Miur i Dawson ot Pennsylvania. Ray- -
; tates will not be permitted by the U. B. government the Emperor of the French indicated the ders had been>rrested Mobile by the'mill We direct attention to'the' opportunity! offered Clark Kansas, Bidwel of mond or.t1ewiYork. -
policy concerning the affairs of this continent Henderson of SELECT COMMITTEE BANKRUPT LAW
to buildup their dynasties upon a apparently with the of the to a valuable plantation on' Pa- j ON -
approval sure Columbus Delano of Ohio, chair-
-' .; by declaring that it was his intention to try CLAIMS- T A Jenckes of Rhode Island, chairman
Comment that has been dedicated as it were, establish 'a monarchy' in Mexico, which President;he should not hold Court, except blo.Creek,and in'the vicinity the St.JohnsrThis'plantation man; Hotchkiss of New York, Washburn of Spalding of Ohio.'P Thomas of Maryland;

.; to Bepubllcanlsth.T would restore to the Latin race on this side forthe, despatch of motions and orders .'of a ; is known to be a very fertile :Massachusetts, Sloan of Wisconsin, Niblack Blow'of Missouri./ Lynch of Maine hornton -

T <: Alluding to the beneficial Influences of o(:the Atlantic, all their strength and, prea ; conservative ch r cter. one, having advantage of water, of Indiana McKee of Kentucky, Ward of Of Illinois, Alley Massachusetts. _
of Thom-
tIme guarantee security to the French, 'West commu-j ,Barker SELECT .
'enylvania COMMITTEE
Democratic Goni.llmenuponthc destiny oi NORTH CAROLINA.-Hon.;William AGraham nication,and,adJac ncy,t the sea,
". : colonies and those of Spain, secure the ton of Illinois. D Eliot of Slassachusetts chairman Kelley of
>" the Western Continent and particularly''at interests and establish the influence of Francein has been elect U.' ,8.. Senator.for the always been distinguished for its salubrity.It .- I, CoBc-Elihu.B. Washburne of Illinois Pennsylvania of Indiana, Benjamin ofOhioTaylorofNew
r exemplified the history of bur overnment;; the centre of, America and prevent the long.ter by requires but little fencing to. keep it. well t chairman;Eliot of Massachusetts;Dix on ; YorkLoan ofMissouri,
people of the United States from taking Jeglslat'r ofhs.tat. as its water boundaries, subserves; of Rhode Island, O'Ncil Pennsylvania,
pos- eclos Grinnell
I of Iowa Paine of Wisconsin. Marshall '
: enforces the idea of non-mterference'of for GEORGIA.-In the Legislature of this State I' -
'session of the Gulf CMexicoftfrom\ which ,; degree the purposes of fenc .- I' Longyear of Michigan,James Humphrey of Illinois,. .
-. eign powers,upon this. Continent Follow they would command the. Antilles -ant ,the anti-slavery'amendriient to 'he;Federal There is! excellent! ck range around it, arid I New York.'J. L Tboma jr. tof Maryland, r -. .

; ing the advice of the Father of,; South America and so become the'only: dispensers Constitution, has been adopted.r Gov. Johnson it has the additional advantage ,of being Eg1eston i ., .Humphrey ot Organization of the General ,A'sembly- .

GEO. W&simcoTohedecIares' it his own,. of the products of the New Worldand ; the President, that.laws, will tired, while it is very accessible. No New York. This body convened at the Capitol on Mon-
; whereas, in pursuance of said policy an opportunity,offers to those who desire a re-I PULIC L.ticDs-Geo W Julian of Indian; day. Contrary to expectation a
: as it has been the policy of his predecessors,, attempt has been made to establish a monarchy be adopted amply protecting the'freedme rate settlement. See advertIment. chairman; Driggs of Michigan, Gtossbrenmof present n'oth '.bouses. quorum was

:::, to avoid "entangling alliances" and to preserve in Mexico,contrary to the wishes of in their persons, and property, and admitting -. i*I- -', Pennsylvania,Donnelly Eel The Senate was called to order by Mr P

.,', a pure Republicanism. The natio the people,and to support Maxiw ian in hi them to testify, In cases in which they maybe WRECK OF THE STEAMER INDIA I ley of Ohio, Holmes of New of L. Villepigue, Secretary of the last session.-
usurpation by Euiopean soldiers and where RIVER. California, Anderson of Missouri, Taben Senator White
; arrested. ,of Jackson,was placed toe
Ifin its with has in ..
i dealings foreign powers us,among other acts contrary to the spirit oC I We deeply regret' to receive the intelligence New York. chair temporarily when the body proceededto
'. the mam, been enabled to preserve harmonious the age and humanity, the so-called Emperor The Savannah Herald, of the 15th, ,stale of the wreck, or, at ,partial wreck POST OrncL-John B. Alley of Massachusetts -, organize ,

'" relations with them. But twice in her of Mexico, by a decree and regulation I that a serious difficulty had occurred at of the 'Indian Jet chairma Farquhar of 'Indiana; Judge Boiling,Baker was elected Secretary. -
dated September 5, 1865, practically reestablished Thomasville steamer River, which took 'Finck of California, Ferry of ,
"rumors of the invasion of to
history some owing an unprovoked
,.J slavery in his dominions,and by i a at place on the Indian River bar on Sunday the ) Johnson Pennsylvania, Kuyken- On motion of Mr. Crawford, of Wakulla
parts of America in the interest of monarchy decree dat Octbr 3,1S65, has violated the tack of one James A. Seward, a, prominent 10th inst. Our reader will remember that lchign. D. Hubbard,.,jr.of New_ York, the Secretary wa authorized to appoint such,

S had prevailed," and in each instance he usages warefre. by denying to citizen of that town, upon an unarmed color-: this is the steamer to which we made reference Kelso of Misso rL assistant Clerks as are necessary to do the
states that they yielded their purposes to the the Mexican troops the rights of ed orderly from Headquarters. It seems DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-Eden C. Inge; business of the Senate. .
in late Issue
tai a as being in the service of '
of In indicating belligerents, and ordering, their execution Seward made assassinate soil of Illinois,chairman;Dumont of Indian: The other officers elected are as follows : ,
remonstrances our government. wherever found within twenty-four hours after an attempt to the New York and Indian River Company, Davis of New York, Baldwin of Massachtsetts Sergeant-it-Anns W. Black.

the'purpose of the United States gov- capture';therefore, be it Orderly while bearing dispatches,, by 'assailing and which but recently, this port for her McCollough of Maryland, Cobb I of Messenger W. J. Thomas.

ernment to keep this Continent free to Republicanism Resolved by the Senate and House of Rep and stabbing him in the back hi the darl destination, with 1-er officers lef ,crew and cob- Wisconsin,Walker of Ohio,,Mercur.of Pennsylvania Door-keeper-John White.

the President states that pur- reentativesofthe United States, in :Seward fled and secreted himself, when one to the Shanklin of Kentucky.JcDIczAnyJamcs The House waft called to order by Dr. Wm.
assembled ny commence fishing and Wilson of Iowa
gress :- busine < F. 1F.' fonrifr
; pose in dignified terms, yet so clear that they First-That we contemplate the present i York, an old negro citizen of ThomasvilL, I trade with New York. We Jesr'through aportion chairman; Boutwell of Machuett Franc: I Bynum answered, to Clerk.their names Thirty-seven- 30 being members a-

t -w cannot be misunderstood. He says : "We condition affairs in the republic of Mexico who knows all the hiding places well, volunteered of her crew who passed through this Thomas of Maryland, -i quorum. On mdtion of Mr. Barrett, of Ala-

should regard it as a great calamity to ourselves with the most profound solicitude. to find Seward which he did, when city that on their way to New York this week, vania, Woodbridge of Vermont, Morris of 'chua,J. J. Williams, of Leon, was made temporary -

:.1 i to the cause of good government, andS of Second the republcan-That governments the attempt to of subverne- i Seward was arrested by the military author insufficiency the unfortunate of water disaster on the bar.occurred Thesup.plyofprovisions from. of New Ohio York Cook, Rogers of Illinois.REVOLUTIONARY of New. Jersey, Lawrence to organize..chairman which, when was the done House by the proceeded election '

'. to the peace of the world should any European nent by a foreign Power, and to establish on ties. The friends of Seward became indignant and most of the machinery, CLAIMS-Kilian V.: Wh of Mr. Williams as Speaker and Dr.JBy--

:. .. ,' government challenge the American its ruins a monarchy, sustained solely by against York and threatened his life.- &c., provided for the enterprise, has been ley of West Virginia, chairman; .Xcwel of num as Chief Clerk. *
It the defence European bayonet is opposed to the declared From this considerable saved. and ro injury to persons occurred New: Jersey, Eldridge of L The other elected folfows
People,as were,to of Republicanism -, excitement spread I I We truly sympathise connected officers are as :
policy ' Thomas,jr.. of ) Wilson of
tat'government Enzrossing Clerk-D C Wilson 'Jr.
against foteign interference. Though forth between the friends of both with this disaster but ,
offensive to.our people ad contrary to the parties.- trust not dis sylvania Van York, Clark I Enrolling: Clerk-W. W.McGriftRecording'
calm,there is strength and purpose in this spirit' of our imtuton And thes occurrences, York 'was ping courage,though it must retard their enter- of Michigan, ( i Clerk-R. L. Brace

J ianguageand it but reflects the will of the Third-- of the United the streets, when the city prise. .Kentucky. I Messenger W. Floyd.SergeantatAnns .
States be requested to take snch marshal S PULIC E'irrmms-Calvin T. Hulbui .
steps con John H. Rhodes.
American and John Seward made assault
people. cerning this grave matter as will vindicate an on him FLORIDA Fnurr.-We have been shown :a of New York, chairman; Broomall of Penn- Door-keepr----George Bowen.
Congress. has not been swift to take stepsto recognized policy and protect the honor with a hatchet; and Atkinson afterward sample of splendid oranges produced near I sylvan, Hubbard of Iowa Roln of New Messrs. Mtxwe1JBrown and Erwin were

ptit forth the Monroe doctrine Gen. and interests of our government.On made a assault on another colored orderly Hampshire, Jones of New Smith of appointed committee to the Senateof
this the East side I notify
city on the
St. Johns
SCKENCK, Chairman of the Committee on motion of Mr. HOWARD, (rep.)of Mich, The excitement arising from all this disorder. Kentucky, Warner of Connecticut,Plants of. the organization of the House and also to
the President was requested to furnish .the< upon the plantation of )Ir. CURSOPIR Ohio, Nicholson of Delaware.
Military affairs,has come out in a very positive Senate with began to run high that the military core act with a similar committee on the part of
a the correspondence in pos- s These oranges are the largest we PRIATLm CL-msRaltI.Thayer the Senate to'.wait on the Provisional Gov-
resolution condemnatory of Maximilian, of mandant could not overlook it and he called eve
si n government touching the oc and unrivalled in flavor to any we remember Chairan; ot ernor and inform him of the organization of
and calling upon The President to take stepsto cupatlon of Mexico by French troops.On upon the Mayor of the city' 'to enforce and to have New York, Baker of Illinois, Hayes of Ohio, the General Assetably and its readiness to receive
vindicate the wounded honor of Republicanism. -. motion of Mr. CHANDLER (rep.) of preserve ordpr. The Mayor declared his inability ever ate. They are the product of Goodyear of New York, Noel of Micu any 'commtmication'' he .may have to
Mich., the President Was requested to fur- tree in their fourth year,which have sprung of Massachusetts, W o make. ,
All this is significant of an early to enforce civil rule Butwel and to
the all ,
Seat correspondence and other preserve up from the parent tree cut off near the ,Kerr of Indiana.MANtJFAcTUuEsJmcs. Under power conferred upon the Clerk,to
to notify NAPOLEAN and MAXIMILI to, the barbarous decree and he with ci'ti ,
purpose regard pace, together prominent i ground about for years since. No special K. Moorhead of appoint two assistants,John W. Malone andJ.
AN that the subversion of a neighboring Republic of the sled Emperor Mexico, or- zens of the city requested the Post Comman- Pennsylvania, Chairman; Ames of Mass*- W. Tompkins were appointed.-Fbridian,
dering all found the care has been taken in their culture,and Ohio"
defending sac yet chusetts, Bandy of Trimble of Kentucky 19th.
tolerated the American
not be by dant John
cause independence. to be shot with- Lieut Co1 A Bogart, to declare they are free from insect or blemish of any Hale of New York, Harding of ,111!- 1 -
Government The cause of the Mexican ." marshal law in the This -- -
-- city. was promptly; nois, Sawyer of Wisconsin, Hubbard of Wes THE ;NEW YORK nn_.

Republic,now in'its crisis, will soon look up Mr. Van Horn representative from Missouri done by the publication of a appropriate or- I I kind.What a fortune would a thousand such Virginia, Hubbell New York. This admirable n wspsper comes to us ,

: tinder the aegis of the American banner. also introduced the following : der. From these disorders rumors had traveled tree be to their owner ; and though not ,I AGRICULTURE-John Bidwell of California this week much One column hasbeen
: I I owned yet almost"every one in Florida could chairman; Grinnell of Iowa, Still well of
,. .. "Whereas the rights of foreign owners to swift-footed over Georgia that a negro i I I have that; fortune had the proper exertion: Indiana Baxter Vermont, ,Bitter of Kentucky added to each page;and these have been

,:, GEOEOIA-.UFTLLEGISLLTUKE AND td territorial with those possessions of on this that continent the ceas insurrection was threatened hi .Thomaie.I been made in time ; and any one can haye ,of Michigan, Hubbellc lengthened; which changes make it now'the

HEB GOVERNOR. establishment disver republic; over successful so when really the negroes have been ver it in four years who is willing to wait that Ohio Lawrence of .Pennsylvania, _Be of'' largest daily paper, excepting the London
Seward acknowledged his long for it. New York. Times, that is pubiushed in the world;and in
:: Tinder the head of Domestic News,we simply large a portion of the continent determined peaceable. INDIAN- AFFAIRS William Windom of point of size i iUs equal to its world renowned
,. the form of government to be adopted by the in the negro soldier, before Colonel .
stabbing Minnesota chairman Mclndoeof
: state the fact that Governor Jenkins had The following summary of, late Washington ; Wisconsin, .
people inhabiting it that it lathe of .namesake.t'
; duty and intoxication as the iristiga- Deuisbn of Pennsylvania, Hubbard of lows, '
1, bee inaugurated, and that the Legislature neighboring States to assist each other in Bog plead news, we extract from the New York Clarke of Kansas Henderson Hart S0.
the act Gen. Brannon THE LEGISLATURE.
commanding :
: 1. had adjourned to the 15th January next.. gang rights arid interests common ro all ; ton Herald of the 16th inst : of New York, Ross'of Illinois, Van Horn The&nhn fofthel9thiu
and be the District, ordered a military an under -
after the assemblage of the Legislature subjugation cannot recognized h commission Washington,despatches state that the Missouri.
: ; Early recent :
the President Governor Johnson as a, remedy' for mere pecuniary to try the offending parties. Snch I a I spirited manifestation of sympathy will Mu.m.-GreenClay! Smith of Kentucky,' the above heading, has the following:

telegraphed grievances by American citizens, and that brief outline of the statements we find in the the republican cause in Mexico displayed chairman; Harding of Illinois, Buckland of There is work before this Legislature, andit
: to have Governor Jenkins inaugurated, but the forcible seizure of Mexico by foreign Savannah of the 15th and 16th inst. i I I Congr s and by the people of" all 'classes ir 1 Ohio,Hale of New York, Noel of Missouri, is evident that the people have chosen men
that he must continue the functions of Governor troops, the seating of a foreign Emperor on papers :I this county. together with the appointment Phelps of Maryland, Farquhar of Indians, who are willing arid prepared to do it. We
a throne erected on the ruins of the republic, Governor. J. Jenkins was,in of of have never seen a Legislative whose
until relieved, which would be in a ugrte Lgn,an outspoken advocate of the Perry Michig ByeroCPennsylvania' body
l and his retention by foreign bayonets, are in Governor on the 14th inst., His I I Monroe Doctrine ) appearance iuipresied us more favorably,and
; S short time. Upon being notified by the Provisional notation of a te and cannot b permitted dress is said to have made, a pro found im'! to enformenfofhe goverment ident Jua Ohio, A; Deming of Connecticut. we feel confident that it embodies the.judgment -
; Governor of the President's course, by the without falig. in have led to fresh correspondence on Mexican .Marston of New Hampshire, Rousseau 01 and energy, which will be found so
it is said that Mr Jenkins declined inauguration the highest duties of a people; : pression on an immense concourse of people I'mater between, Count Montholo'n the Kentucky,Bingham of Ohio,Ancona of Pennsylvania necessary at a time,when not only govern-

-. until he should be made to comprehend Relations.Resolved be, that the Committee on, Foreign who had assembled on the occasion. By the minister,and secretary Seward and Ketcham ofNew( York, Blanc ment but society itajlf is to be remodelled,
instructed to inquire into and adoption of a joint resolution the induced the .former to' despatch his Chief Maine and Sitgreaves of New Jersey. reorganized, and all things made new. Howit
: his status. It is presumable that this had report what measures and means may be -adjourned over to the 15th of legisature. Secretary,who'sailed on Wednesday last, to NAVA AFAm H Rice of Massachu is all to end, depends.mainly' upon the
been done as in a day or two after he con- necessary on the part of the Uuited States to Europe for definite instructions torn Loui stt cirma of New York,Pike character of Southern legislation. For Flor-
restore to the Mexican the free and VIRGINIA.-The Legislature of this State
sented to be Inaugurated. But the day after people Napoleon. There is a rumor that M. Mori''; > of Peansyl vaniaBrandegee ida the signs are encouarging ; but never before
: unrestricted right to choose their own formofgovernment assembled on the 4th inst. Shelton Davis, tholon has intmted that in case a minister is of Connecticut, EldridgeofWisconsinPhelp; was a comuuriity'placed in a more try-
1 this the Legislature adjourned over to the 'I and of giving effect to the who has held the position for the last eight accredited government to that of the of!tlan", Darling of New York, anti L ing position,after having submitted to losses
15th January. Why ? A great constitutional unanimous determiaton of the people of Mexican republic the French Legation will and sacrifices grievous enough crush the

question had become involved by the determination his nation, shall impose a rears; was re-lccte Secretary. The House be withdrawn from Washington. It is also FOREIGN AFFAMer N

k : of the President to retain the despotic govemet upon any.State or peo- organized by electing John B. Baldwin. .reported that cb net a chatt chairman, Raymond its duty, however, we shall soon,be in a position -
pie of continent.Mr. Speaker, and John Bell Bigger Clerk. which was .a' longer one than metng., York, Indiana,W I Randall of Ken" of safety, and speedily again on the roadto
Provisional Governor in office, while there VAN HORN moved the previous ques- which Dawson prosperity *
On the 5th, Lieut. Governor Cowp%called was attended by General Grant, was ucky, ofPennsylrnia Patterson ot
was really a Governor elect in the State.- tion.Mr. devoted to the consideration ,of MexicanaffaIrs .Sew Jersey,Cul l-I ----4 __. -
From the moment-that we saw it announced STEVENS said in voting for the prop, the Senate to order and spoke cncouragngly -. om of Illinois,and Winfleld of New ork.TEIUIITOBIE&JameSM Members of.taa General Anembly.'
ition we vote for all the .preamable : of the future of the State, and hop In the United: ,States ,
I that it was the of the President fit mly Supreme Court in Ashley of Ohio The following ftre fte t1auiea of the nemben elect to
to '
were a mere matter Inquiry it would of the A resolution Washington chairman: Beaman of J H Rico of .
negro. was .at yesterday argument commenced ; Michigan, the General AaaetabTy oi.thi State-
hold over the Provisional Governors, while be> an entirely different,thing. He suggestedhat Ice in the case ot the application\of Mr. }Uaine, Grider Kentucky, Marvin fof New
for the appointment of a joint com- SENATORS : .
L the Legislatures had been called to assemble, It go over for the prent move A. H. Garland,of Arkansas, a pardoned rebel York, Strouso.of Pennsylvania, Hill of Indi- 1st Dldtrict-jM. A Abera-ombie.
The House refused the demandM. mi tee to consider and report to the1 :S nato, to allowed to in of Illinois Starr "
under provisions of the constitutions lately snd practice said cour without aria, Mouton of New Jer- 5th J. H.GorTle.-
;the previous what encouragement should be, giveIt emijration. taklne4he oath prescribed by act of Con. scy. 6th John UcaeBaa.

enInJLtIngfrom an authorized ,convention of What effect a war with France, or with .A preamble and resolution ,were 'gress. The question involved in the ..constitutionality $LDTioNART PENSIONS-Walter,DMcndoe 7th 8th "*' T.3L..WhIIe.D.1.KeD4n. '. '*
the people of the States involved we thought any other foreign power would ,have upon in the House recommendng which requires every. of Wisconsin, chairman Priceoflowa,, 9th J..Evani. ': ,..
.- there could be no legitimate ]legislature; and the all adopted earnestly' ,I.applIcant for admission to the bar of a United Boyer of Pennsylvania, ',Gyer' ,of New 10th ." T.W.Bnvard- "' -f(
absorbing question- of, .the restoration the pardon of ex-Senator Hunter andRo- States court to answer that ho yolun- Unson Michigan, of Con- 1th J.L.crlfoTd. ";- .' ,.
it seems the Representatives of the people of Deve York 12thV..C.:BIrd, ,:::
ofthe Southern States to their constitutional bert L.Montague. ... -v ,t !try"ode the rebellion. Mr. .Carpenter Washburn Welker, 13th LZ.flfl.j I'.'. .
j Georgia think so also. We said's grealconstitutional Nations to the Federal government we scan' "* 'Garland, took the,' 'groundlhat f Ohio, Holmes of ofMasacustB 14th J.H.Bate1' .<.* < ,- f: f. !

question had become involved- only conjecture ; but.unless we greatly ,mistake h JFOBEIGHNT: 'ISTEW8.. the President's pardon restores, his cll- INVALID, PENSIONS Sidney Perham of 15th 6lh -.%. J Will.;'Lw B.F.B COreil, -' .-' -... 'I t ."

: Georgia,as well as efery other.late. Confederate the tone and temper of' the Suther EivorAicD-Thc; >London,::press is 'sxing cut to his Wall entry his into lormer national rights courts, and.that as a t ba Maine ofNew,.chairman York;, .Driggs Still well. o Ind,Taylor Van-' 18th 7th -". -1.%Tm.'lt.C.Rld1aC4..' -...,', ,,) ;.., ,-

r State had been called back to the operations people,the experience of the Isst' years athy In its discussion.Of, the Jamaica Insurrection tone; ,i therefore unconstutional. Attorney lernam of New ,York' Lawrence of 'Pennvl 19th 20th 'I" J.H.pert .'" .. .
S :,-J of Jheir tanctioijs under ciTil' whatever maintaining the vania,Sawyer Benjamin of JoiephJthiegan, ,. ". -
govemment I entirely'satiated appetite ibeyIxtay and the pursued theInsurrectionists. Genera Sped'rpled. con- orWicnin 21.t Helmet&e41e. ,.
c r twas ,
1 :emanating from their constitutions. have had for and clear-' oat. The argument.was ,Missouri Haring ; 22Dd B.F.011Teroa. t' _
war, .STEPHENS the Centre .
appearances Hed .
istened,to with by a large assemblage .Reins -F CBeamen of 3flchioan.chalrman 23d .", 8. 11.Oweiis, ..
;', This-government is divided into three prindpal Iy.lndlcat that.they are' more aioU i,re of) the'Fenians in Ireland, of whose arrest we 'oflegal gentlemen.. It will becbninued ; Van Horn of New York,J 21\11 2tth .t Carry;;. ..'

'.: Departments, viz : 'The LegislaturetheJnoUdarand j treve shattered fortunes, which!are already !- illuded'to last,week, has made his ..escape on Friday .neiL \ 1 Hubbard ot.CnncticutRousuofKe- D.W. hanu

,::: th.Excc, t1ve. Without the greatly impaired;than to add to their from prisor andIt, believed/through' thejonnivanceofsome ChiefJustlco Bowie' of the>Supreme Court tuck heard The from.2nd Sdr 4th,25th.,SCth and 28th..Districts so*
,:' co-operating presence of one the powers of by further strife either foreign or 'of the officials; Maryland has rendered a sustain- Miller of :PennsylvaniaDefrees. of -
ire c prison lug-the Registry law:of that State excludes Maryland,Finck'or.hio.. ::1iEPEsAT1vEsEJcaEIbiaUenry J-'
i: the other,are incomplete, and, therefore,Ineffldeut ; preferring rather'to bar ,the ills A rcward.oOOO has been offered' for the from voting all who' whic1 the .,PATENTS-Thomas Jenckes of Rhode Wri ht,C.'W.JOM .;I wte BIer

I for the establishment:of law. The action they have,than fly to those they know not of.:'. p trisoner,:and'a,,free pardonio ne. ''whoasconcernedlnhlicscape test oath prescrlbe4 hi the enot,contuton tke Island, chairman;,Myer:of Pennsylvania, WaltOR-D.eaUn JBottt- John.Onnn.Me:"John&*.L.Duncan UcXlnnon.UeHilUa.Q. Jr. .

: of the legislature can only,be made valid There.:is,.however, one way_in which1 ',the' ,' any!. person .The.Kentucky,Legislature ha'p8ed ihanler ofNew. ,( H.Hubbard of Con- HoZi'-Mo.ea Bewh }
bill all Bromwell of Illinois. Wkii-Tborna k.
." by.the concurring yolce ofa,1X11Ulitutl, South,can hid y, ld' the Federal government .' plUfnrnish'infqnnation lead 't'his b> pardonIng committed persons treason who a dug' Comnoiwealth reellfon :. nectict 'BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS- J. H I IRic WAoiw-Uenrr Durham.Bro(, *

etefel governor, or.his constitutional representative -' .i t ,pr1D. a :foreign war" arrcst'. PtCuio hare' b-'n.takeU. pre-- ,and removing the. legal (disabili- or..lae caIrrStarot New Jer: VePiKw-4.JacboR-W.J.A.Koblaaon AttuW.I, W. McNe&i.J.1L P.Erwin

,excepting in cases,'provided"for in positive benefittokerselLf the in :certain .loalities ties imposed on rebels by previous legislation. IAP .Wlsn L Blond L.C.ArmltUad;

the conititotkm; and a constitutional governor inJur; i wih yet c .ffiiere they oFel.of.violence.., GovernorWorth: North" 'Carolina, was of Ohio, Lti of' West Virginia; Oiade-J.mJ--J.W.J.Dlc&teo iio.tor&*.W* -;-B.' Qee. .(M.,Johnson." ," .

!can be obtained only. in the mode laid The hundred and odd f thousand berjalave' ,Maxico.r-srtJAKKZ had fixed' nauguratedinyaltLh yesterday ; but its UNFINISHED BS Leo-3...WmUun, OT.ll4iwea.'A; J.Peeler, P.
.. upon he"8th. lot likely that he win assume ofexecutive Henni W,Scofield of Pen B*Brokaw. I \ .
down in the constitution, for his, electlQD'Jjt popuatlonwhlcb was"grafted Into'the annytof !' .. November t return to Chithuahua to re functions for some theexerc 8 man;; J F Wisl'or.Iow ,: ylvai&! Ohio, Jeff".31.Minnlij'ti Q Plft. APeIsr.wLiizzi..4.aMoring. ..

people, thiU4. : 8.S can better be spared thannot.. stabllshliis government Jh, that city. Ho Presldent'ha hertofore' instructed' .rv A H Rice orMachut ,, Pomeroy of New- radium-W.p.Mowtej j,T.:!.Laugo, -. ,,

President Johnson can by virtue of his Tr have, oeen since the'war, arid continue', ha caused"t two .decrecitobe'jssnedgmeflrst4cclaiingthat l' onal he-is to York.- : 'H lltDlt-W.L. Bub.E.7.Weal. ...' .f
I to hold the office until specially relieved by .Ma.oE-GcorgeW Anderson of Missouri, /rqt.lU;.VTi W.ffsntIn
power Commander-in-Chief( the Army an element demoralization; ,those.! as an election for President from Washington. aahrman;'Marston ofNewIIampshirePlantaf bo'-J.W.Taaltaxer

and Navy'of the Urilte&States l ruling over a of.their brothers:who,remained' quietly on' h as.,been.made Impossible on,accountof. 'the orer- The;offical'not1ctlon:'of the' 't1etQI ; f Ohio.GrdC of. Kentucky:, Kuvkeda of dtIJWe-C.Ciiba-Orrett Lua1t8I'J V.* j *4-,'T.,B. CoIHna.. ': ,;;?* ,

_ I, conquered people,place a military governor, the plantations; whenever brogh.ln contcct .French.' inynsloni!! :therefore; by!;ylrue of the 1y.theIdiana'ugis1&ture of the llinoia.ACCOUNTS. Rollins- of- New- .'Hampnrer'chairman Baker-8.N.WIUinms-' i W.WeI1*:, ,.' ,.:">: "":

- or a provisional governor representing his Kith them, (I lf; false bwer-wlUjwhich Congre'bSdclothcd theExecutiic constitution .tla. .C.B*mtlB.iLH.! .CC \
was filed infthe '
!: yesterday State! Department ;BronaU of Pennsylvania -' .If..BnnC.i .,. : .1
Immediate authority over themhot; be is not not1onswqiregtr4 to XnpposedJ)rights ;;he:proclaims! that' h''cp.Uta.t0nl by> Speak r.C lf; ccley of Ohio. Indiana,, "Ward ImII-J.A.Pe J. N.Ittadoelr., J:.";.:yt ; (,. -

.: tasted with toy power that can create'a cone without a corresponding inculcation, t term of the.President has.-been: extend-' JclfDaYls. ae informed by; 'our. For 'ewYork.POWAOB.. ,, .oliitt-.ftitaAnuiiV- -' ";ii' :" ''.". ,

- titatbnal governor. 'Consequently presence their"duties,to :themselves 'individually; .oroters i : tll'.th&people can have the'opportunity, 'trs "crrepndece, has 'recently, ,'Wwairra MEAstmsa-John: PMta4a-U.R.Teud& : !J, -T-, .2 rJ.* -.- --*.
,visited : at ,that A, Kasson:of Iowa, chainnanj. Wlnfield ot'eTrYorkwUliams Na7oN.-O. .'BateMriDj:-Hov e.: ri*1'
of a mere provisional ,governor to coopento Mexic maynftera1lbo the tie* erigag'lng injap9paf el ctlon1:; hlsCetate'prsoD : 4 : ,
: Sumnerl1 ; ; ?TIt prpsedlng pJac by.hls pastor ; Bundy r-KJJelt. >; rr : *i-1 ..
with..' legkltture;of tie people,assembled g Ca.; ad' -only..CaJe'' rne.s.ipprobat1ou-of: ': -; StPauls'chur Richmond who: passed of Ohio, Dawes of ofPennlY&l F-.L.W.B.'Coulter. -. .: ..?-.:,..--41; -'- .
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under tie mode of &ate constitnv Hor n i rebel 'Preslde ; -Ex'EtD1TVuEs"OU2STATE: DEPART.; .t;fo ;
-- a Greel/tt fd yenu omne could l 'be' log patrloU vf 1 1th.whom .he had tr Iral.boyuws-John Header** t ; '
', ,floni1eriegWt3on. arena: e'' of the i 'lo,become; ,the,.Mosei, o,; ,JoshuiiT: crrf,.of and;ft 1 tfthoiighti( welL .cner-; bybe '.reUgl u ring,COiiversatlonandotheix.ercisea -: -.F_.&,:Iiko :of-.Iahie, chairman: M4ate&-D.ONa.roJo pliB. 3Brone.r*J 11;>*.-r.-. '-\..$ ,'-fy9ted *?r' ppoikatn53r&
,. nlb led 8 I r to Win. the: :'aacra- romwell Dlinols, R l ?ennsylva.iilaHsrt .;, .:: /.
;. ,.Depftrtmesp of GorffBawBtbe f mie' it is not She colpred race, ' da, ,not ber4jBr9 -
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THE FLORIDA ,UNION- ,; i Jlt ver1is ufs -9- I JAdthfnisttbrsJNdtje ". r rW's.i 8" /' f f GUHTOiT&E ; -
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n PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY MOBNINa 'BY A LL persons tndebe to the estate otDa.n1e1'Hart & COUNSELLOR AT'LAW,' ; ( PteBae : .' .

J. K. S TIC K N E Y .. FORJALATK A FLORIDLRECULAR dereued.wiU make edlate'p'1J8 l,M all 'ClTT szoiisctBX''-. J
< persons holding claims against the estate o wc d. LAKE ,, FLA ( j; fully writkn and tor all work required t :
f"be .
TEEMS : cSasedwill present the a dG11.uth yJUCsaKJOa; wttht' ;Dec 23-tf ; ; done.Ship / *, _." '' -- -. '

-yo Dollars per Annum in Advance. LINE. in the time prescribed by law or'this..notlo will be Joining and the repairing of Fandlare, atten r -
pleaded to bar of '
No Subscriptions taken tor les than Three mouths. .. recovery.WMiOADIJt1iam i"WAB" TED.' .t dedtoprompUyandsiaovaXnIshIng.1hhrsOtPub. -
glngle copies fire cent The Hew and Splendid.Stesunship De 23-6w I .'Com 'r>r }:. : c. : ei .; ,--i '. lie patronage respectfully soUdied, ,sbfrp Lee.the. :.p .,. ;' 4
I fl Hewers and Choppers. For particular enquire seutlnrearofltr. Warrock's8toie,72.t -
TestimentorAnrttto"fl ,
:; .? Albert Drysdale, at the Florida House Jack.sonville .<. ''1' v.. .', ,. ,gf Oelewt7.EJeh.n Camber .
Two dollars per Square of Ten Xonpariel ltne.'for City Point ; :or of L. A. Hardee. Lake City Fla. ,1. ''. .''Y",' -.: .: chant 8r ateD .- -

grti.insertion: One_ dollar for each subsequent insertion. W;WGHES. : .,.: .-." Dec2-tf.-. e' ----i F.Nov.18 .-IT:! j i r. -_,.> # '-

liberal dedactton: made to permanent advertisers. CAPT. I, M. COXETTE&v' ., ." ; r;: THE MARKETS. r I Itr IprOeent'u4'S"iP' Lc ,. -

JOB PRINTING Will leave Commercial& Charleston 0V.eye -0.JaekaonVUte = = I ., ... : '
; ; :
:.cry Wednesday Morning 6 clockr touching' It"-Savannah A BDTORE J :
style De.Or.Dd promptly executed Fernandina and the Landings St. John's Slarket. .1 := i -
1.every i on I *hereby given that *tt i Is.i
River. < aLa JSLAXD.McCarthy = = z NOTICE' and swp Lands 'te. '.",a .... "
MUSICAL 1 ENTERTAINMENT- Leaving Savannah- every- Wednesday. Afternoon. .. at (Ginned ...:;..'.-,,.. ...;..'oo i $1 05 : ,'\ ,.t Ida, which bat?heretofore been offered for*il., bane .;.. -
4 o'clock.- Roller Ginned .......... ........ 85 a 1 00 ,". r been restored to by tt Trustee of the I t"" _
TABLEAUX AND BALL. Returning will leave Palatka every Thursday Even- I'J W E.L R Y Saw Ginned............... .. 60 a "0CPLAXDS. Improvement make Allowing prfe*J .
ing, at 9 o'clock ; Jacksonville every Friday Morning, I.__ s.dil ". F 4 Lands pet tent. aboT # .

Tbc ladies of the Catholic Choir, assistedby at 8 dock ;Fero.ndiDa.Fr1day Afternoon at i o'clock; ', ., -. .-, Ordinary... ................... 30 a 35Midduug. '0' Intllpv'lDent '2. 1;...'
and Savannah every Saturday Morning'at 8 o'clock. ,; ............... ...... 40 a 42 &eir Land'aae., mile bafty. at .>
the "St. John's Minstrel Troupe, will The City Point was built by her present owners with. Middling Fair......!............. .... ..... 52 $2 Swp per acre. "w, ita '
entertainment of and .Cha out regard to cost her state rooms and cabins being GEO: A. PEGK Lndsmore than mild* :from .
give an Tableaux furnished the most luxurious manner. Flour, per bbl....s... :....$14,00a $16,00 rbad,atW 25 acre, I t &rl. .- ,
rades ; to conclude with a Ball, on' the evening For Freight or .apphOo A Hominy per Ib..:..... ................. 5c Persons owning per improvements OD anfo. said lands :4
IIAVJE EL A CO., Com Meal per Ib...................8alO entitled to the preference in the entry oft:.tends". ;
of the 25th inst at Reed's Building. Corner East Fresh Beef .......... are .
Bay and Vanderhort's Wharf, per Ib .. 10 a 15 A select stock Watches Jewelry, sottd 'sU- embraciDtuuch.1mprcTfemeutsfor thrc,months from :
Cards oi admission to the entertainment, Charleston 8.C., Watchmaker: ;& Jeweler, Chicken per pair............. ..75 a 1.00 HAVE ware,accordeons, violin; &c., &c., for..theHoldays the publication of this notice. I < /.--', .
And to F. DIBBLE '. '. Egp per doz..... .... ...........40 a 50 which offer at reasonable UtaH L CO LET. -
50; cents. Ball for lady and gentleman, $1,00. Dee 23--tf : .J Jacksonville Fla. ., Butter per lb.;.;,;.:.;....<;. ...-.. ...60 a 75 every descr they ptlon of fine watches,pre'',music Salesman. Bd.Trust it X.Fund-.
Sweet Potatoes ... ... .. *
s OCEAN STRIE '- '. perbuahel.;, 'o 1,50 a 2,00 boxes, &c.. cleaned and repaired.A NOT. 25, .1865.. -25.11 ; "
Irish perbbI--: ?.;;..;...5,50,56,00 assortmentof always hand, and : ::
list per Lime Baker from SEA ISLAND HOTEL good spectac/rs on -
gf Passenger -' i new glasses set in o/d frames. I>. 'C. VARY :. -
Savannah : Savannah Market Mr. Case has an experience of 15 yearsacquired i' ".

E. AND I raCk.SOn Fla_ Flour per bbl. common. .. .......$9,00 a 1000. the best houses of New York,.Washington, and Commission Merchant -_
Griest Kennedy
Capt. Beach CapL .1 n Baltimore Extra......11,00.12,00. Orleans, and hopes to sustain his character for integrity ,
W S Iba. B. W. Powell, J. Rosenfelt, R H. COMPLETE OUTFIT OF HEW PURNITB.AUCTION Rice per c-wi..... ... .... ........95C and his skill as a workman.,Thankful for the AND -

Bevill & Lady,C. T. Bailey J. S. Plithwood, I ...* Batter per Ib in firkin' ...........;.........48 a 150.: liberaL support he has received the past 18 mont he I DEALEBIHHAVALBALTIMORE 8TORES "
AT I. Qoshen..... hopes by strict attention, .
C. C. Wctmore Wife & Child ..... .53a57.t an41 e- -, "
c. E. Smith, tinuance of the front the received : MD. '0'
Ct wll .
Rev. A. Baker COTTOS. .
Miss I .
jfis& Wife* Kinley, Mr.,Wagner Mounlport, and 6_deck., HAS just returned from New York with. a large and 1tlddltug.S Ordinary ........ .. .. ...... .....27 a 28c. prompt and careful attention.C.. A. CASE.J. I I Nov. 17-3mp Post.'Office', ox 859. :'

-.- -- assortment of Good Middling;.....;.; ." Dec 16-If '.- .
rjf- Passenger list per steamer Fannie, Watches and JrP'rOU- .
Jewelery Jlarket : ? -
from Saiannali: Bell, Wylly & Christian. '0 NEW YORK Dec. 15 1865. ,HILTON & BANDELL.
O. of tho latest styles ayd and it variety of other DKJTTI S T -
RH. Bell & Lady, M. 3!. McCormick, patterns, ,( ii,47 SURGEON /
Mrs. J. Bank- WEDNESDAY Y articles, which he offers to his old friends and patrons Superfine State and western flour.;..-;"..*.$7 00 a 8 50
N. S. Jpncs & Lady, JANUABT 3d, 1866 and the people of Florida generally at greatly reduced Ef fra State......t.8 15 a8 20 ,JACKSONyiLLE, WHOLESALECROCERS, .

right J. L. Brist w, W. D. Hatherway, J. At 10 o'clock, will be sold on the Premises atIlILTo prices. Ilia stock comprises the following articles : ChoiceState......835a855 ,-'0fflice corner of Foriythe '..: . -

M York Mrs. York, J. W. Bray, J B. American Watches;in gold and silver cases Common to medium extra Western......815 a 8 75 > Nov4-3mp 193 Bay'' Street, near Barnard, ,
Let- HEAD, TIlE A'EW E. Howard& in Extra round hoop Ohio.'..-..'.'....... ,- .
Thos. Gorman II. I). Smith, S. Co's. heavy 18 krt. wises .8 80 a 9 00 SAVANNAH, GEOCtlAj ._'
Howell, & Swiss Watches, of all descriptions' Western trade brands.............905 all 75 = -.
C. Acosta
ters, M. Parker, E. Hollow, D. g \ O OJ\1)ID OO@1r(b Ladies' Watches paln and enameled Common Southern.. ...'......9 25.10 25 *VALUABLE; LOTS Arc,Constant ,Tleceiving per Steapers from -

Servt., Capt Johnson and 4 deck. Chatelains., pins, charms, keys, &o I Fancy aud extra do''..:..1030al600 New York, J
Gent's gold and silver chains and rings Common Canadian..8 15 a SIlO IN JACKSONVILLE, SALE
1t.A.RRIED.JIARIUED Which has been finished and opened only a few Good to choice and extra... .;;;,y..v.; ;855'all85 ': ; '; The Largest and most Complete AH-
months. The Hotel contains sixty rooms, all complete And a fine Assortment of Rye flour (superfine.6 25 a 6 75 THAT nuble"L 'by 8fi I feet; Southwest cor sortment oFOroceriea the City. :.. -

at Bt. Augustine Via.. on Sunday 17th ly furnished and capable of accommodating several Corn meal, Jersey. .........,:......;....425. 450 atet. Alro the lot(to :
by'Bemittaoce '
Inlt. by the Be.". E. Anbril, Mr. Fatio Dunham to hundred person. Ear Rings, in sets and single ,- Corn meal, Brandywine.-: .'5 OOa- feet square) Southwest corner otBay and Cedar *S- Order by Hail accompanied ". I
jilisDionesia Thomas. The Hotel and outbuildings are of the most conven Diamond lUngs Corn meal, Brandwine,puncheons.2500 a- near the Rail Road. Depot.. For terms apply to Dr. A. promptly filled at lowest market prices._ : 16)v IT 1m :

---- lent and approved structure ; framed at the North and Gold and silver Thimbles Upland. tloriAa.}XolMe ;N. 0 S. Baldwin. r
brought out ready to be put up. and could readily be Belt Buckles Ordinary.49 41 41 I T Jacksonville, Nov. 47-tf. MILLINERY GOOS. -

tlt.i adwrfiscmcnts. taken down and removed, if desired,'to any other lo Pins, Broaches Middling..........49 49, 50 50 .
cality. Gold Spectacles ; .i50 i 52, 52 53 JUST ARRIVEDalargeandweil seIectidsockof. .
The Billiard Saloon contains fonr fine new Silver spectaclesSteel Goodi. U. S. .MAUL .LINE. ,suited the wants of*this cornninnlty.
Christmas Books, &c. spectacles : ? !i Orders from solicited, and carefully and,
Quotations -
I Eye Glasses for ,Uncurrent Money. The favorite Steam Packet, 'formerly t known at the promptly tilled. .
EyCLISH AXD AMERICAN POETS, in fine bind (80bbOQ.'W$1 3bg Napkin Rings, Frnit Knives CORRECTED WEEKLY,BY A. H..MCCORMICK. "St. Johns,"now named theHELEN Having associated with me Mrs. E. Gofer,,.of this
Q place, we are prepared to furnish all who.may frvor '
Eight day and 30 hour clocks, with. or without alarms -
ink 'GETTY ns with their patronage. M- A. MATT/JR
GEndi.- ,
in fine biDdiDgs.ROBTSOS Castors
SMALL BIBLES All the Furniture Is
lAnGE AND newand of the latest style : Augusta Insurance Company...8 cents formerly JL A; iSirnes.
CRrSOEAXD TIlE ARABIAN EIGHTS, consisting of Bureaus Bedsteads, Chairs Tables! Spoons Dag Booms at Mr. A. Qnier's. Nov.4-1m -
Bank Augusta. cents
Washstandi. Hair and Palmieaf Slattrasses Pillows Knives and Forks Commanded by Captain O.-R.Ingraham, is again permanently .
jilt clotbsnitable for boys. Bolsters, Toilet Sets, &c. &c. Cups, Cake BasletsTea Bank of .25 cents on the line between Snnab.Georgia,and I'' ---" ;
JUTEXILE BOOKS, a handsome collection. Fine Parlor Furniture,,Walnut sets, call bells, &c., 4c., BkofColumbus.. .... ... .......12 cent J Palatka,Florida touching a Brwick, St. DUESS MAKING.MRS. '
Dining Tables,Silver .. ... ................. 7 and all the
with Photographs. Plated Commer Marys, landings St.Johns .
rnOTOQRAP/l.ALBrNS. Ware Glassware Crockery, Table Cutlery,&c.. Bank of Fulton. Fernada. o C.... SKINNER, INFORMS THE: UIDIE3 _
cents River, the U. a Mail. .
of handsome English which will be sold in lots to CUTLERY &c. : lvi ofJacksonvilletkstahehaa now located'in this -
FAMILY BIBLIS, 2 copies a Bank Empire state:....10 cents She will leave Savannah every Saturday at 10 o'clockA.
edition. SUIT Bank Middle ............. ...65 cents .M, arrive at Jacksonville on Sunday and returning I.'place and is prepared to cut,fit,and make drtisses in .t -
with Knives '' Scissors Bank of Glorga.!! ............40 neatest and latest eryles. Residence corner Ocean
TEL VET BIBLES A XD 1'RA YER BCOKS. rim cents will leave for Savannah every Tuesday. at 4 o'clock A. and : .. .
Shears Razors liank of State of ....;. M. Foreyth Streets. 'i .'
ud clasp. above offers a rare opportunity for any one Pocket Books Purses Central R. R. Gerg. cent Jacksonville Sept. Ifr tf. -- .
and in handsomely wishing to Hotel where Cmpany..8 cnts For Freight engagements or Passage apply on .
SCRIPTURAL CARDS, single packages open a it now stands, or, removing Porte-monnaies Belt Pins Bank of boa -- --
City Augusta cents or to JOHN S. SAMMIS & ., -
gilt and illustrated.Gold desired.the buildings and outfit to any other location Ruber hair pins Meerschaum Pipes Fanners'and Mech'.'....... ..12 cents Septembet 2t. Agents.UNCUBEXT Potatoes Potatoes;! !t -
Pens Backcam mon Boards, Chessmen and otherpmes Sharp's god and other articles suited to'the Christmas Dealers and persons wishing to furnish Hotels or Brierwood PIps Segar holders Marine Bank.a..8 cents rn BABBELSIBISH POTATOESV: .0' -
". private residences may be able to procure any articles Musical Instruments Violin Strings Mechanics Bank.8 cents FUXDS. UU WO bushels Corn ,I. 1 -,
1I0114a"Foraale by ,DREW &OAKLEY. Furniture they desire.. Banjo strings Guitar strings Merchants' aud Planters' Bank.10 cents SITBSCRIBER WILL :PAY THE HIGHEST Now in store and for sale la quantities. tort it parWTC ..nSeptember9tf -

Dee 23-tf The SALE will be POSITIVE and WITHOUT Violins Acordeons l'l.uMiV lank.. ......... .........12 cents THE price for. uncnrent funds chasers, at **lr:,O' '

__ BESEETE. Florence and Singer Sewing Machines Union! ) .- ;.;.-t......p........10 cents A. II. McOORMICK. Auction Commission lUOre. : .
Arnold's writing fluid I Timber Cutters Bank .cents J&Te, Oct2'I0WINc..' '
Red, Rlue and black Inks ,
BankofCamden .20 cents
and commodious Mansion at Orange will be furnished with the Lumber '
elennt Blank books and stationery they
Mills, Fla., Immediately on the haw of St. Johns t3f; Steamboats wiU leave Charleston and Savannah' Dawson Warren It llydes warranted gold Dan Charleston..?.... ...18 cents. BUILDERS to order. much to their advantage a;id sai.r _
pens Chester...I."t.... .....IS cents Tog ,U. S:
to accommodate :
wishing to attend the sale powerl'new
north of Palatta.The persons of THE GRAN log of trouble-also Shingles Laths and Brick.
ri"er,12 miles gold silver and ebony pen holders Cp, .
and ii in good order which further notice will be giwn. .2Dee Bank Georgetown ... ......15 cents on .the.nvcr -
contains eight rooms praent T. E. BTJC&MAN.
House at the wharf whenever 16-21 Erasers 'Paper holders Dan of Hamburg.......15 cents purpose of towing &c '
and condition. Steamers stop Writing desks Portefolios of Newberry.i... ..;.25 cents J. S. SAMMIS k CO., Ott.28-3m Jacksonville-FU.. '
required Rulers Dominoes .... .... .- .. Nov. 11 tf : .j
and Lemon LIST OF LETTERS South Carolina. .; ...1C cents Agents. '. .
On the place there are many Orange Checkers and Back Gammon Boards Ban RICHARDS A BAXTER- ,
of the State of South Carolina.. .....16 cents
suitable] for a in the .
trees,and about 6 acres of land cleared REMAINING Post Office at Jacksonville Fl*., Dice and boxes Commercial Bank Columbia..15 cents \

prden.App1r. MCCORMICK.Dec 15th 1865.Gentlemen.. Ladies'and Gents'Traveling Companions Exchange Bank Columbia.15 cents NOTICE. Shipping Forwarding and ommi&ion'

to A. H. .' List. Traveling Bags Fanners and ...... .........12 cents Merchants. : --
25-imp A Johnson James B Canes Merchants' Echaog..... .. ...... ..18 cents Selling OutChi p to Close .

Allen LehoyAshuret Jackson Capt W B Gold, silver and ivory cane heads Peoples'Ink.... .............. ...........45 cents the 'Concern. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. Watson 2 Johnson L mr Toilet articles and Perfumery Fairfeld... .......... .15 cents Large advances made on .consignment. All orders ,..
Johnea Cocmitiques, hair oils, pomades Planters' and Bank......15 cents ffrshis.- of Gro- promptly executed.. ."-
Geo C FrankK Cologne, Tooth washes powders Southwestern R.-R.-......25 cents THE undersigned stok Oct. 28-tt'! 'r .!
Anta ; ,
The undersigned have to-day formed a Co-partnership Daniel Kcllogar Capt Enog Hair\ooth and nail brushes Union ........ cents tc. IOD Wine Lquor 8-r tc., ,"
Ash .6 at reduced prices to close .
under the name and style of Combs and fancy articles NORTH A. \Cnc. :'
Andrew Thomas B Kelly Richard I,0 Christmas presents for the little folks -J 1 Bank! Feat.. ..CAROL.. ... ........s and dealers Sale are from invited to e ser bar WANTED.- 0 .. -
Cap cent day to closed
: las L; Hathaway & Utley, Baker Joseph 2 lAughUn John 0 Dolls and doll heads Bank'of ..".i...... .2- cent ias dy, UDt. HOWARD out., WANTED to contract with parties for StiO.OOO feet.- -
Tea I K" i
sets trumpets
; Bt
f' U C Loatman Wm Bank of Clarendon.10 Dec. LOGS delirered at F.A.&O. C. B.
Bledsoe 2-lft No. 6 .Block, .
HATHAWAY k CO., Wilmington N. C.,) Bigrier Win T D C Leveret Andrew Balls and fancy boxes I Bank of Commerce. cents Hog' .Bay Steet Highest market price paid for cast scrap Iron' old
t (formerly Bird cages, fish hooks,and lines &c -- .. .
teansacUon ot a Shipping and General Commis- Bouse &Butler mecsis S Luther Dr 0 P I BankofFyettvulo..8 cents Brass and Copper. CARDY & CO. 1
Son bnstoes.-111 this city at 171 Pearl treet. Brown William Lioughran John All which I will sell cheap as the cheapest. No Ban ...... .....21 cents SECURITY Oct.28-tf' Jacksonville. Sla. .'.'' -

We solicit consignments of Cotton Naval .stores, Blakely J MBeijamine Leek Henry G trouble Watches to show, clocks goods and: Jewelery repaired in the best Lexgn. :. .. ...........3 centsBankofWadesborough ISURAC COMA- -
Tobacco and other Southern Phillip Latimer James cents JOHN C1KDT. 1' nx
8beetiDp..Yanaa._ ii the isle of which our prompt personal attenUonVrra -, T>1 kAlp.t-A_ iA V.. manner end warranted. Bank of Washington.8 cents .NewYork. ., ': :
"n.-la e-Riven. We will make liberal advances up- Brown>AQV Mack aac m* v Wilier Wm T a 4 All goods warrant as represented. Commercial Bank of Wimington.. ..........13 cents JOHN CAEDY & CO,, _
Remember the place at the old stand of C. D. OAK,
on receipt orlDT01ce and Bill Lading. All Merchandise BerbYllUDne12 Maybe Wm Ocean-street A. M. Reed's building. Farmers'Bank of ..,. centsMerchants'Bank MARINE A,FIRE IXSUBAXCE.iff I MANUFACTURERS OF t .;

and Produce shipped to ns are insured from point Brooks Clinton McKnight March December 16-tf ." ofNewberi..25 cents _Office on the comer. of Forsyth and Ocean Sts., STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILLS, SUGAR ROLLERS .
should .
with or without advice. Invoices Broer John F Maran LewisMurrsw __ _. AAAM. .. .
of shipment a n ........ ... ..... -up JUr '..Yl. '
accompany each shipment. Conner John Daniel Dana 01 MODue. ; i.0.cents I IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS.Oct. ", -
always 3 .:
Bank of ... ........ .75 cents Dee.2-t Agt. ;
Both of ns having bad over twenty years experience Bell C A Moode T UMcGhee 1 ontomery. .
business in the South. and our J. L. HATHAWAYthree BruDnerA. John <*. MILLINERY GOODSWHOLESALE. .Bankof ...,...<. ...;). .....i".18 cents JA.CICSONVILLE. 11'L. .
in .
in New York. we feel confident we can ecnre Bowden Thomas Mitcbel FrancisMnshgrove <3omirwrclalBank.V.;.i..V._ %."!.i...:...25 cent NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.ON 28-tt 3 a I :
years for our friends who will favor ns with Bark Quln Thomas Ctrl Bank.,. ... ....'.............22 centi -
fun prices X Bnk.....................40 cents AD-AFR THIS.DATE,. ALL COTTON OR GARDEN:SEEDS :; ,
their consignments.JA8. L. HATHAWAY. I I LewisC Norcell .A.T ..... ...........>..:.......3 cants remaining the Depot or Yard received steamer Fountain Jot't Garden ,
Dec.9. 1. WM. B. 17TLEY. I Crosbey Walters WmP fout ... .....A./ .. ... .......1 cents for 24 hours will be at the risk of tt'e owners,the company .' JUST which by will be warranted.AT a' .
New York not having store room 'W.BRY8ON. "
Patterson Wm
dec 23-3m Chrirtey Theodore Jacksonville WELLS'. AUCTION STORE..
Claton WmChamberlain Phillips B B D 2t. SpnnmtFor September :; tf
B Price James -
: C. BURKHIM Chofanmr PlumnellLHParker .BR'YGO'ODSAT: .Sale -
Clark Frank 2 _. .. -q _
; .
Cruse samuel G Pringle Jeffreys desirable residence in the of Jackson :

DRAPER and TAILOR, Coxs Michael Pyles Jack We have just received a large and desirable THAT, at the comer of Marke and tow Fore atl .INSURES against loss by fire on dwelling houses, _ _
Camel Edward Pierce Richard recently occupied by DaCos< I stores churches academies, hotels, stables Hums, '-
FORSYTHE 8TBEET.NEAR OCEAN, Conner Charles T Perkins&Jingancrs messrs' STOCK OF A tract of land o the '. River about workshops and buildings generally.- Also tta house-
ColePB R r town, containing 13C acres mre'or bold furniture merchandise, cotton in warehouses or
Jacksonville Fla Cruise Rev Joseph Rolinson mr L WHOLESALE AND RETAIL less. f COOPER. .&BISBEE. on plantations and other property at moder rate* .-. _
D Richardson 2 OAJCVaf
George iili3eT Goods Nov. 25-tfSchool of premium. DREW* -
Dixon James E Ramsey George November 11-tf Agents for.East Florida. -
subscriber has established himself permanently Davis Thomas Ross James .
THE Jacksonville toi the purpose of carrying on the Rouse solomon 2 : BY and Seminaiy. Lands
'I business in all its branches. He has on band a large i Darling Thomas Robectaon Moses 2 And have fitted up the Spacious Chambers United States of Ame 'lreal ;
and handsome stock of Beady-made Clothing with a ; Deam Jackson Rivers WillRichards RESTORED TO MARKET.
,1 Gentlemens' Furnishing Goods, Jessie store exclusively as a is hereby given that the amount of Direct -
fine assortment of Peter over our '
NOTICE is hereby given that the School 'and Semi- assessed the several Iota and -
to make at a moments notice E Robson George upon parcels
which up :
he U prepared
to order. He respectfully returns bis gratitude for the Evans Frank Rosenfield JacobS T1.HARTRIDGEJNEWYAN i|II nary Lands of Florida are restored to market, and of land situate in the city of Jacksonville Dnval county -
liberal he has received, and hopes by strict Evans Clark WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT : are now subject to entry at the same prices a the and State of Florida pursuant to an act Congress .
-I attention support tobnainess to merit a conUnuane of they Eloryde George Smiley John same terms as befor tho-suspension.of sale ., Entitled "An Act for the Collection of Direct Taxes
BURKHIM. F Small PrlmasStmas of Goodsin ST., HUGH A. COBLEY, in insurrectionary District within the United State*
same. Where we now havc'every variety Register Public Lands. and for other purposes' approved June 7th,1803 and

I .: Dec.-SmJAU. > YIXIkDC Fitch Yt R SIugbterHTCoPriabey George K this line, such as Nov. 23, 1865. 25-6t still remaining due may be paid on or before December -
31st, 1865,to John S. Driggs at the Custom House
WM. E. CTWT. Foy messrs Spaight W I
BATHAWAT. Franklin t Wm Seritt Thomas Ladies' and :Misses' Straw, Velvet,Plush and JACKONE, FLA. lAcIONn 23,18C5.: in the city Jacksonville aforesaid. < .
Jas. L. Hathaway & Utley Sivft Isaac I i hereby out letters I_.D. STICKNEY. ) Direct Tax
Francis PaulO Sills GreenSmall Felt HATS, of the ; I NOTC on the estate of Eliza Bdw WM. ACSOP. } Commissioners for.the .

SHIPPING d COMMISSION J DrGreenleaf NatSaddler .. late of said town, dele an persons la AUSTIN SMITH State Florida., ,
Godfrey A s W Dr Houston Velvet and Straw BONNETS; estate are notified t immediate payment m November- .-- s' '. .

samuel T Velvet Ribbons or my agent, and persona having accounts against 'f1.
Merchants Galle Black and White Edge ; ,
said estate will for settlement within two ;
Gamin Cot I V 2 Thomson John }fGl&zierPrank2 500 pieces Prints,Empire,W.mstt.AUeus,Spragues, pren'the
Tenny J F Silk Ribbons ; ? ; ; i :jTi. yea they will be barred bythis.oUe.' .
171 PEARL STREET. NEW YORK. BobHaywood TopUff D ; : Merrimac and others, from 20c to 3 Furthermore, all persons are .aed ':.tres CHEAP CASH STORE -

-0- Geaston II Turner Charley a Feathers ; Plumes. ; 20 bales Brown Shirtings. and Sheetings, from Sic to passing upon the property belonging to this estate,and .

Southern Products F P Thomson Nathaniel -. Ornaments ;. "-: all occupants of buildings erected."itucnln o A Ttlie old- Post Office
Consignment of Cotton and all other 39 undersigned nt>on said South of thje. Market .
solicited. Hicbs Barrack Turner ThomasThompson Wire Ribbonsf" 10.'Cases Bleached Shttng and Sheetings_ from 30o to pay the rents of. said buildings t wi h b ru: It Lake City will be found one oftbe*best selected -. _
Dec 23 m Haynes E T 3' Thomas to 67c I'P : .r time of such erection, which are belongingto stocks of Dry Goods and Family Greeerier.that .
HoustonEOHartshorn ThouaalJohD Milliners'Needles ; the property, and must not b ever come to this market :All of which I am selling -

Charles 2 V Cape Lace 1 case Bleached-in. Pillow Case at M remve. ,. cheaper than can be bought. elsewhere. -
c. ( @ Hall Jell samuel Valentine Tillman W ; 1 case Bleached 8-4 at$1,10 administrator- of the estate of Eliat Baldwin, deceased. Nov. 11, 1865-tt A. B. SATOHWELt.B3ots .
Heorry Bonnet : Sheting November
Home Rev Edgar Wilson Miller&Co CO pieces Tick, from to4 2tfPraelee r

WATCH-MAKER Houston Hernandez Wm Joseph T. s White Wilson Frank William 2 VELVET OF ALL COLORS, 0 pieces Denetns,from 3 t Sic and Shoes! ; ,

Hall MOMS WDberCNWootensL And a Beautiful Lot of 60 pieces Apron Check' from ISo t 6 of Medicine and. Surgery.flu. A well selected stock at'retail by '. ,

ANDDEALEIt HoughUn B s pieces Brown Je.n'from 39c to 44c EMILE T.SABAL RESPECTFULLY _.

t Hartley George Williams saml J 40 G pieces Brown and Bleached Canton Flannel from U his professional services to the, ciien.TEE, : T HARTRIDaE!. :?:<' -4

IN Wilson Peter gJCCOO Fb@wgrm 1 o 40cio60o sonville and vicinity. Dec 9-4t .Newuan SlrWu
I WhlltedDrLCJohnsJohn ,. Office Sammls'Blpc 2.floor, first room on the -
WATChES Y 60 pieces Kentucky Jeans, from 33c to SOc left. ] ,Dec9 tf..
\ offer the trade at the
York George Which we to
Jenkins Henry
from 40o SOc GEoRGE
Ginghams SAVAGE.
CLOCKS Young trdordLadJes'.LI8t. S pieces t - KDWAID.HAOX.. .
I k :. JEWELRY\ .. Lowest Prices. 75 piece DeLaine from 25c to 42o I Notice. SAVAGE & H.tIL' ': -

I r CUTLERY, A ZobnsonLynrs 600 pairs Blankets, Blue. Bd Mackinaw, 'Whitney; :

FANCY GOODS, &C. Adams Isabella ,J Dee P Kiss We most respectfully call the attention( lOC }. + -2 1 ,.,$4,50,'to"-I., }per THIRTY days upply aftrr, to the the first Honorable publication ojbi no Shipping, Forwarding ani Com -. ,; :
of.P "
miss IohnionclmmjAlbert
Emma f'
St. Aberdeen the trade Florida to our stock,'as> J .. tpal : bate of Burst county for an order to sell the :
miss K follow
I SmnmeisVBlock Emsline B King Polly mr 6 pieces Flannel;Bed,'Yellow, White' and Shaker, lands belonging t the estate Francis'.R missionMerchants,; ; ; .

FLA. mis.2 Koner Francis Our Own 'Goods from 45o 6' > dead t wit : ,., ; ..,
4 JACKsONVILLE Itrown Eliza mrs We e Import t at the south-west corner of,land..sold HOEQ'5W1IARPJACXSONflLj FLA. :: .
Birch Susan mill, Kerwich E miss .. 40 pIeced 1'laIdLtniey 45c-t Dec.
Dee 2'-'f a Blackwood b Taylor westerly,along the bank 9-tf i- ':
Bansley Mar/miss Knight susan A and shall be constantly.supplied with every 100' &Gents Hdlfrom.ltofUO of the River to runn crner-theu northerly nine S
'In Cntccrr Cocar ) Baker)I mrs L .r -
Brooks Hannah muss Loften Phlllis miss thing new and desirable, and shall always be per dozen Ie. fetA NOTICE. \ r; .: :
Fla. the direct line
For the Eastern Circuit / river southerly in a of _
FRANCES DWYrK/) IsT Brown AUey miss 4- JI able to compete' with J ,the.; Ncr, York mar 101 dozen Ladies' and,Misses' Hose. .from' $2,50 to $10,. Blwo fnttn lDd the point of .. TO Captain of Vessels and Steamers" arrivlitt at'this Co
ChanceryWCHAILbwYEBj Borrcy Antonla mr Heck EIlen'lDrs'uoaton kets.. dozen .. LOUISA B. JOHNSON, port, we can offer offer commodious Yurt, 'and -.,
per -
BD1 of DiYOrCe.THE V mrs 2' tioore Ida miss 0 of the Estate Francis : good warehouse accommodation, and -
l tefft"call -
Milliners and Traderswil| >lea84.fglv0: ; Ad's nlohnson every- -flispatch
LonUa dozenGents'andBO7l'KRosGfrOm$2SOtO. $10'Operdoien
C tyers 101
mr will be them
eotiUed cans having been-'fil- Dec. given In loading, and dischargttr -
BIll la the above North GQods and ., Otelr, ,-
iiarcbel before buy. Yf -
Clark AmellaB miss miss going -' .T.- :
cargoes.- ,.
bea made to satisfactorily T ""
,and it having appear : .- J. yi i A.' 5
I ) -*
miss iddleton J F -t --** < -
to the court that the said defcndcst is residing beyond Crosby Mary miss examine our stock and prices irtjl.'dozen Balmoral Skirts from 81,80 to$4,00 each SAVAGE & HAILE .
tb.Until of the But of Florida M that ordinary. pro.e' Conley Jane'Cannot tfouvomery Maria* miss- ONri Hoega''Wharf 1aebou'ltne.. .1
Shirts and White from $18
miss' dozen
Annie Motley Dec.9tfc
of law cannot be_"'4 poD tim ; On mot on of Clark Betty miss P Jno. C. Maker &:Co. 2 Wctor'Cac 10 ......,,.9W ":\ r
r.L WbMto1.".eoonsel for complainant it II or- 00 w $50,00.per _._ _, .' 'r1., *
dmd charged In said Bill Camel Florida missClark Popena susan inn .' Wool Shirts from 18 ....-;;. .-.; --\Ptts: 1 a w. D. '
that a bearing 011 the facts Pailasay Fanny miss .10 dozen Merino and Fancy $12,00 15- .', .,. ......... l4'oAKUtT.. -
U had the ant kODda1 to April 186ft. And Uts Mary mrs "i : ;i-;? .i. : .
oa D Preston John mr 12.0pldOzo % All in flue order .. ". DREW & OAKLEY! '
further tills order be published -i ;
that of 139 'OONGBESSr-13T .
ordered a copy Hannah mr B, ,. ,:;
for Douglas >$ ; each T. HARTBIDGE,
in la Jacksonville _
one of the published c : -6 'r 8O
newspapers :
Downing Eliza mis toreKaty innS 9-it Booksellers StatIon
the IIJJI of three iwmth from date previously to said i Dixon sandy inns l lees Hannah mrs I. .t ., .'1.: : De ___,, ",.'L.New'..-".-- ._ > and rst
t ,one a week eonecntivrir for .G14 three Dennan Mary mill .ledlck sarah A mr* SA'YANNAS ,G.A.: .. .-- 'f @' ._.,1', ; ; ": t--; ; -
I months B. A. PUTNAM Duly Eliza m1u' toisonwancy'mrs ""f:.;; .' :: -k VI: F1SI'SMETAL1CRUUAL! CASES: -ADEERAL: .,., ""! '-
Jadge Eastern Judicial CircuitI .8'Wmpklns &I1aIid all . a "
PriCes sent'fu- '- .i. Commission .
of & :
'List I t. (
Mexhati )
,Aaron W. DaCosta Clerk of the Circuit Court for Mary NEEDLES :: : I "" Forwarding -- ,-: ,
Nsnc sirsFrazierrebyinrs mr
the county Dnval and State of Florida "do hereby English F y elf Eliza mrs orders prompt11ftlle4. 'Dec. ; 9..3.' ,. '.. .- ,-,- ... '. ,., .JACHSONyrLLE'FLoaID { b-- !
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certify that the foregoing to be a tree and correct copy Smith *T miss ,PINS. ,THREAD. ; :* "
0 i
of the original order BOW on dIe in my office.. I
Witness my nam a* Clerk of said' Court Fourd. ..sarah miss dellivtot.mis Jane miss. A- -SOUTHERN, ;COMMISSION. .' BUTONS',,'HOOKS 'JVooipt and careful attention given to a bm1''J j *
Smith. -- -'
{SEAL] and,the 1865.teal of said court.this 20th, December -I. GarriaElU*a jweet T'
AABON W. DACOSTA Oonrdlo K Azure 4 Simmons Rebecca min' undersigned tenders Ids services is the southern ThVabove'are Wholesale Prices,'.and 5 per cnt.iit on bJ,'and lor sale, I am -:: ;' "'
erk.Dec.m Oa&esssnbmfl.8avP.geaarsbmIu- IRE e s* a Factor and Commission Merchant in a F.c.soLLEETSV'RVETORO A
Oaotin sarah IDnr .,7. Ot New York. ,. be added fo Retail. and tomb stones, and mublf't"DDuent he )> '
Green snsan miss Tnrknet Mary E mr southern ef i description ' .. : 1--; -
H.w H sell production every Deo.7-4t Jacksouville, tery lot,lawns, he. -i --
Valuable for Salo. Gordon ML mr Tralcy Mary M tulsa -will negotiate Ball Road securities,.and. pur- : : : CALVIN OAK Lumber, Timber '& Cedar "
Plantation, RTaylorOatbanlne miss '. ..: '- . ,. -
in -
r ehase Iron and Machinery in the United State or f'- r , .isokaouvin.iis. ;
I OFFXIUora1e.,.plantation aaa'r' lfatyoeorgtsn&inlsi: w ; Europe for southern BaifroadCompanlM,', and noon. .; : --' .'. 2ts6 5 r
I county, Fla, ave miles from Orang Laka and six HeUhs Hsneev'mi**.' William Patty miss fair and hone.statement'of:.a* et*. iad liabilities. ( '. .-- General Commission 'and -

miles from Flemi gto ,eonitin 0f2000.acres. more Hargraves Wellab tars' Williams Tfnntifi* inns Wltt negotiate.compromises I f.r;'partle indebted,in AT TOBN.EY AT LAW : ;O.BaAT.; >. Agent -.. .Ac-,
or isis pine and HaBUBOck an.- .. HlIDter. lUlU miss Wearer Florence 0 miss New York beyona their mean* of pajment. He will ; ..; : .. ,COU11W1011hi- '4ii .
Also stock sad corn II the &. Sato to tab .J 4 y mak*liberal advance upon ;consignment: band- ocA1AFLoRiDA.will q r. A 'L**W '' (.
lactoBihenrrtdAy.of January.Iffift. Terms;aa41 lone*Bebeecajnr*:f"f4.t! 'DILuqw.j will charge fair commission for all service !rendered. ; .- Q1- | &.

UoWD"c1a141ha1. .*>-., .'W.1'.cu.EJU1.'< p&y.-1 I : /please oJ :' .';-'.b'i i, IDA limit small charge towste$9.; .' 'I! ate pr.pU 1'all!buO entrusted. *--'"t9,,*,h t. Will:,- :j03ac'kionvIIIe t. i ,' i,... Ocs at CeLL W Sloydz'1Ict J'. :W. ezo. :Ocwi,' --- ,
.\ la tha SUt and '
'. 1' _' ; 't1'' t. practice Unlted3tate anTorsythGstrectILupst5irP. :,. ," &
'i' 'H Y.
eeember".Ui E. Ei IUD, P, II -Ip164up- Brondway N, Pe 1s 0' ; .,_-_ :", t".. ,;
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tjii'4"tu.ItTrrO R, T HAZ ZABD_ ,COWholesale '.!! '18615. .f lf nipi {1865. -t J.DHt oNiT bTiA: \W..TTEA&O: L, JOHN'S. .SIMMIS-I : J

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c.. ; : 'PnbIWflebt : ; : -' ; -4Yi1 : -*- -. \ ' Wh9IesaleandRetafl--; ; /; : 1t ; : : : .
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8 '
The tM1 ofUie Treasury states the "
V "' G : 11 ri ii.>aiig ** < '
; '., Iamount of the:public'debt on the 3lst of O(>.. Dealers. ;f rRUfr6A;. .l."W: R1. *. S wH9S4E: ReeetvInjiM or nrlritg,
; -' \' JI; J > ;- iooL;; . :
:1 tober 18c;have been f2,80 ,5i9,437,55;; : .. 1 "J '
IN : ,
TffiMLSt ,
A .: which the portion consisting :of United ;. .-t: .' -.... : .,",. ,, ..' ,Bay; ;Street t;:Jacksonville. I r .",...- ;" t'r .. r.ANP -'"-_:

States notes and fractional currency,amounted '. Would call the 'stt tlon'of dealer:and consumers .. .
DRY GOOD SERIES < '. '' to his large and select assortment of,Prugsf Patent t
I to $4M,218.038.20> %'v1ng"$ funded debt. ?W K.: '. Medicine,Fancy Article,Paints Oil/Window Glass, RET ) ERS 'GENERAL" ". !

report says; : v_ \ Stationary,ice.; te.,among which tnay be found : .IL, IiAL
.* I $2,454,331,399,35 EID'SBk; 'BA ET ,QF \ .,. :
c. "By the statement of the public' debt orf I: .. ; ,, .".:,i ., 'j > ,. SnlphsteQulnlne. m,
: 'r r Castor Oil, '
the 31st of October,It appears that, besides .U" I.. ,: '" ,. 'i -- ';." .i, 1' Cream Tartar. In General :.Merchandise. .COMMISSION
> the compound interest, Ihe United States, .- .'" ')'f <..n- .' .?, 'Calomel,4- .'- -t f t
;. 1.NJ.E Blue Mass, ,
debt '
and the fractional notes, the past. due. t ::1i4 '

:, amounted... .... .;,.$ 1,373.920,09 NEW '-S ANJ4LAGE.A \ r ."V'\T l Q'of, .', .:.01'D. .S.:.1.1J' ,.; -.. Sulphur.Magnesia.;kc Corner of Bay and Oce -str.' N.,.; IAX" "2,- SAxrnnLoCK. 4 'IL ':. ;f.

,. :
\ \
rI to........ 4 .... ......187.549,64.646The AHSORTMEXIT' { #JCSTUWVED' ;." I > *' .auni. Medicine?, .I--' . > .

I s. debt due in 1867 and 1868 :, < ;.:' : ;: Townaend'a Sarsaparilla, ::; 'Jacksonville 'Fla." ,: -
c "-__. ":" ; -: .- '., '--.. :' '::,' i':'' ', Ayer's Sanaparilla -: ... ::3A1 RTRBTET.,
to..848,329,59180 .. .' .' : : .
i t ._ '. : :; 1"- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral \ < -' r' '- >r- | ;
During the month of October some' $50- Flour '_- -_. _- .- ; 'Ayer'a&gueCure, \ 'S V's 1. : .
.v II.
Prints --i. : .1t ; ? '
f 000/XX ol the compound interest notes bonds were Delanes Pork :. ..f.''''>. : .': Indian Davit'Pain Cholagogne Killer v .'.' ., 'j t JACKSJD ViiLE,.PLOEIDA,
funded in cent. ,
five.twentysix per '. 4- Badwaj's Remedies ., ,
under the provisions of the act.of .March 3, Flannels 1 Hams, 1 'q" Ij; >Fa ; 'j', ; <.i. 'r fAREjUBtlu'rceeiptof large stock of goods, ;{
m.;. 1865. Shawl: '-. r Shoulders.. .... "' .'.i.. .. ._._ ,, Worm Candy; t / > #4 consisting of ., aoer 1 '... "
"Of the debt falling due in 1867 and 1868, { ,," r: South American Fever and Angnc. Remedy, nO" ARE .NOW; OPENING THE. LARGEST
$830,000,000 tonsist seven-thirty notes.- Sheeting Butter > C SLAGE a: .Brown's Eat. Ginger, ,of.oodtever offered for Mia la the State
\ i if Winslow's Soothing Syrup, -. inch term should indnc.
RY:1AE CTHG' upon as Country and other
F It may be reed/says Mr. McCulloch, as Skirts, Cheese: Hyatt's Life Balsam Merchants to'iat least price our'goods before par. %

premature to fupd any considerable amount Hats 84'., Velpeau's Remedy, 'AND.' : ., chasing In other markets. The following are among
!. of these notes within the next year; but i iii \ r. I Mnatapg Liniment the principal article* comprising our stockGOODS. :,

view-ofthetict that they anTcohyertlble Into Shoe: Coffee. Is,now opening one of the ,largest .8to ka. 'Rr'- .McMunn's.Syrup,Ellxer Liverwort, and.Tart Gents' Furnishing Goods. j

w. bonds----- onlv -at- the--- nleaaure_n____ of the holders. Bagging Powder British Oil, .? '. ." : :. .: : DRY. ...., ..-. : '." .
it will ---J to of GOODS ever offered in this", market con _R._fpm.__.n'H_ _nrnnu., A-r_. Art-_. : "' -
be evidently prudent.for Congress n' uno n Ladies Knit ; ;;
'_j authorize the Secretary/whenever it can be WINES;';LIQUORS,;'.ETC;* Photograph Albums l Fancy Shawl 1OOOPIECSPliAQlTt'$.: .:," (7 _
;i Backgammon Boards, 'MERIaiIACR -
advantageously done; to fund them in advance paid''for' cotton and produce sisting of I I Blank Books, HOODS. OTBIAS, .
Cash and merchandise : "
I 'ot their maturity." at highest market prices..-or shipments made to New I Wallets/ ? GLOVES., HOSE .., RICDtTXNEIJLS.: : ,
'The S retnryhe continues) has: ,already York and sales personally attended to. DRY GOODS IN EVERY VABIETT.DRESSCOODS I I Mirror, ; E. ,

reQimmended that he be authorized to/sell Noy.25-tf .' .- -- II lI.air.Tooth. Cloth,Shaving '. ,. .. GA.RnB -
bcttis of the United States, bearing' interest GREAT DISTRIBUTION -' >. Whisk-- BTUsbeejc4& GROCERIE. AKOSKEAG,

.ai3 rate not exceeding six per cent.,, for the *" ,Perfumery, Ete., '. White and broira sugars. Teas(:and,Coffees, Raisins ; LOWEL -
purpose retiring Treasury notes and.United B'TUE FRENCH. )MERINOES ;: Lnbln's Extracts n whol half and quarter bxel.nuts of all king*,dried : : AflNOLD's,
; r ;prunes,tc.PROVISIONS.. ,. .
recommends" that Cereus ul,
jStates"note&: 'He !further > Night Blooming ,
,. he be authorized to sell, at his discretion, I""' Fancy .
t 1000
bonds of a similar character to meet any deficiency .1846. PRINTS, DOMESTICS;' '' Co1oguesIlaIrOilaScap... PIECES BLEACHED A3TB- 'BROWS

for the present fiscal year'to"reduce Sotodont Tooth Soap."'and Powder, TICKING AND HIIIRTIXG.
the temporary loan by such an amount as he I Broadway, New York.. AND A FULL ASSORTMENT Sterling's Auibrosla, Kendall's Ambollne&t.,&c. Hominy Butter.Ce. Lard Pork'; .Bacon. ,'llama, Floor\ 10 BALES.OSN ABT7RGS.25O .

may deem advisable, to pay the certificates Rosewood Pianos K iPd On .ni. '011'Painting En- aDd C ,Ac. PIECES .A.'CIIE8TEK PACIFICHICKORY

of indebtedness as they mature, and also to gr&tugsStherWare Fine Gold and Silver Watches _FANCY. GOODS, i Gum Drops Sugar and Burnt.Almonda, Peppermint Boots and Shoe Hate and Caps. AJD iIAXIL"I'O .DEWN) .

take up any portion of the debt maturing Diamond Pins,Diamond Bines,Gold Bracelets Drops Lotenges,'&e.;-c. Wooden-ware, Yankee. Notions, ;; _
180U($ that be advantageously re Coral Florentine J408& .Jet, LaT and XABLBOB08TBWD .
to can DEXIJIS,
Pen Toilet and
Cameo Ladles'Beta Gold with ,, Fancy "
: tired. It is not probable that it will be ad. Gold and Silver Extension .Hold. HICKORY BY THE'BiLL

visable, even if could be done without pressing en. Sleeve Buttons Sets of BUTTONSAND Note and Foolscap Paper, CUTLERY" AI.PACASPARAMATTAS. tUSTREJB
White and Yellow Envelopes, ,
them upon the market, sell] much larger Stnds ChainIGold Vest and Bings Neck, 1 Pen, Ink and Inkstands Flaying Cards, &c. Ales, WIn S, Liquors, Etc. MOIIAJR
amount ot bonds within the present MAtOUBKA
&c4.. 'T&.lu&lkMsioooooo BALMORALS. November 25-tf _
fiscal year than will be necessary to meet any Cutlery. .
deficiency of the Treasury, to pay the, past ; : CLOTHING; Razors,Razor Straps, Pocket Knives,anl Scissors. 'VIITE SPRINGSIIOTEL.. :1.CHECKS. JPAJfCi"A3TD PXiAIX.

due and maturing obligations of the Government -. HJUHUOX CbcsTt; '1 I
DISTRIBUTION is made in the following manner Tobacco. : Fu RICHAMDSOX'H IRISH LINEN,

a and a part of the temporary loan, and CERTIFICATES naming each articlQjwidita Lt1E, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet TflEundersed- takes pleasure in announcing' to' i STEWART'S AND OTHER MAKER

to retire an amount of the compound inter are placed in SEALED ENVELOPES,which are well Killickinlck Shanghai,and Anderson's Smoking To- I i* prepared ,to accommodatethose i
and United States notes sufficient to mixed. One of these Envelopes, containing the Certificate bacco. seeking a pleasant situation. TABLE DAMASK, TOWEXXIXO,
est notes CLOTHS healtu
.. or Order for some Article,trill be delivered at Cigars of the best bra ndR. Our tables frnle with the best the market of >'PKiss. ETC;..ETC'ETC.
business of the to a
back the
bring country our office or sent by mail to any address without regard CASSIMERES, the country will LADIES AND GENTS LINEN
healthier condition. But no harm can result to choice on receipt of 25 Cents.- PipeLMerachaum. He has comfortable hacks running in connectionwith CA3TBBIC
from investing the Secretary with authorityto On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will, see VESTINGS, every train, between this place and the Railroad HANDKERCHIEFS.IIEMSTICIIED .
what Article it DRAWS and its value,and can then send depot,at Welborn. .
dispose of bonds, if the condition of the ONE: DOLLAR and receive the Article named or can SATINETS; Imitation Merschanm, W. TURNER, Proprietor.

market will justify it, in order to anticipate choose LIT OTBU one Article on our List of the same FLANNELS }ITC.1300rs : Brierwood, Rosewood,Applewood Clay &c. July 23.-tf. EMBROIDERED,

.. the payment of those obligations that must value. Diamond and Safety Matches. FAXCY AND SCOLLOPED,
soon be provided AND ,
in this manner obtain an Article WORTH PROM Ore TO SHOES, Liquors, Syrnp etc.
----- Fm HUXDRKD DOIXAIS Brandy desirable on St.'John'River. INDIA BOOK
._, J DOLLAR Including all the new styles of Ladies'Misses' Sherry Wine THE T. E. BU 'N, AND SWISS, PLAIN AND DOTTED

Fearful Mortality among the Fiabeo. I FOR ONE and Childrens' Fancy Laced, Balmoral and Port'Wine, Nov 17-1m Com'n Lumber Merchant. MUSLINS.JACONET. .

: t On Thursday last, in company with others which they need not pay until it is known what drawn I Polish varieties. Holland Whiskey Gin, CHAMBREYS, TARLETON-S.

i we paid a visit to the Prairie Sink, about and its value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed in all A .' Blackberry Brandy; DIARIES FOR 1866. LADIES W IITEU BROWN, MIXED AND
Cases. The Eureka Gift Association would call attention *
I three miles from this town, to see for our- to the fact of its being the Original and LargestGift Handkerchiefs and In Lemon Syrup, pONTAINING teRevenue and other Tables. Mesa 7 BLACK UOSLGENTS -
I i Vanilla Syrup, |j orandnm kind.The Life of Csesar,
accumulation of deadf'
selves the in the We therefore
Association enabled
Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup,Pineapple Syrnp. by Napoleon, and works and ;
and better chances to 1 lltatona. '
_ fish, which had previously1 been reported to to send Forat GOODS give *other establishment great variety. For sale by ._ DREW Bk.ACIIfALY, HOSE.

k us. On arriving near the place; our attention obtain the of More the valudblfvritt kind. 'the business, thfl'an7 routines to be I Paints Oils etc. D. & O. are Agents for the tale of. Singers Sewing LADIES AND'GENTS GLOYE3.
_ Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all Machines, and offer the atthe New York'
t was first drawn to the buzzards and conducted in a fair and honorable manner,and a large. White Lead pe.Novebr
I '. carrion crows, which in point of numbers, and greatly increasing trade is proof that our patrons kinds.UMBRELLASAND. Chrome Green 1l-tf- --- Furnishing Goods. Cloths. Cassi-
theatre" themselves. As far appreciate this method of obtaining rich and elegaut Chrome Yellow "- -" .
,I were a "perfect gooda. Prussian Blue meres.

., as the eye could reach on the top ofthe fence During the past year this Association has sent a very PARASOLSHATS Red and Black Paints, C 'p CO-
.; i .running along Mr. Wm. Lewis' field, these large number valuable prizes to all parts of the Linseed Oil. Benzine, ARKHURST':8 Negligee Slhirta,White and Fancy, ,Linen,

.. filthy oviparious creatures were perched country. Those who patronize us will receive the full AND CAP8. Plaster Paris,Whiting, ke., &c. Hickory, Mixed and Wool Shirt*,Cray's .
value of their money,as no article on our list is worthless Window Shades.
thick as they could stick and at a distance than One Dollar retail,and there are no blank t tI I Liquid Blue, I Paper Collars, Jeans, Cottonadcs Satlnetts -
resembled a line of battle, formed en eseke ion. Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt GLASS, CROCKERY, WOODEN AND : Petroleum, Etc. r

On approaching them, they were so sated returns,and the article drawn will be immediatelysent WILLOW WARE. I Congress W&teti. : STAPLE DRY GOODS'AND
that to any address by return mail or express. Seidlitz Po"Jerll. LADIES WEAR cnen'as,Plain and
and with their detestable feast I
gorged The following parties have recently drawn valuable Citrate of Magnesia Fancy,Lln .n Collars.'Trimmings Du1-
( they seemed perfectly indifferent whether we prizes from the Eureka Association and have kindly FURNITURE. .. Extract for making Root Beer &., &e., I GROCERIES, tons, Balmoral
kicked them or not. allowed the use of their names, many 'other names PARLOR, June. 10-tf Skirts, Etc.

On nearing the sink, the sight that met our might be published were we permitted -- '- : - Tin .and Hollow Ware, and a
., almost belicc : Andrew Wilson,Custom House Philadelphia Penn., DINING ROOM: Crockery of Kitchen also Hope, BOOTS AND ,SHOES..
gaze was astonishing beyond Oil Painting value $100; James Hargraves, 821 Fmlt ,

c Fishes of all lands that generally inhabit' Broadway,New York Oil Painting value, $100 ; E. AND CHAMBER SETS, NEW STOREON Bagpin highest Twine Market and other price ace all kinds of.Conn-. 100 Cases'Boots and Shoes, Ladles Bal-

fresh water, but mostly trout,jack'and perch, IF.Jones,Barret,Marshall Co.', Kansas Melodeon val All of which will be sold cheap for cash. tr Te Puce. at the new Store next door to the Post moral and Polisb'Boou Women's
Ct. Gold Kip
_ the sand the or $200 ; Patrick J. Byrnes, Waterbury .
were lying on near edge Watch value$125; J. F. Shaw,224 East 24th Street Merchants from the interior will .do wellto Ofce. C. PABKIfURST KId Goat aad Lasting,Gent's Calf Sewed -
floating on the water. dead, and in a state of New York, Piano value $350; Mrs. Chas. J. Nevis, '
A.B. HUSSEY. Pomp Gent's Calf
decomposition. Little fishes and big fishes, Elmira N. Y., Piano value$300;Miss Lucy Janeway call.and examine my stock before purchasing Jacksonville XOT.11. 1865.-tf. Sewed P. 4b D. S.
ElmIra N.Y.,Ouster Diamond lUng,value$200;Mrs. Boots, Pegged aad Sewed Gent's Calf

weighing from one ounce to fourteen and pounds, L Pennoyer,City Hotel Nashville,Tenn., )Melodeon elsewhere. BAY SO? IF*. 3D ,:IE O?. '..-. ....".. ," --.. '..> .'..--- .-'" --I _, .' Kid and'Parent Leather Shoes,Congressand
seemed to have met a common fate, lay value$125 ; Oscar M.Allen,Co. B, .Ii2d Beg. Ind. -' ------- -- ---_- '

jo drilled together or piled' up in masses until Vola.,Nashville Tenu.,Watch value, $85; Rowland o. SLAGER.Jacksonville. Balmoral' Shoes, Men's Broganv"
.' everything about the water looked white 8. Patterson Co.D, 10th Iowa Vet. Vols.. Oil Painting October 21-tf P. FEIDEtfKERG &-CO.y $ ARRIAGE GUIDE. YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIO Children's- Bootees.II ..
UI of his .
one own Doctor
value$100;Mrs.Abbey J.Parsons,Springfield,Mass, LOICA every
-, with the carcasss. Melodeon.value$150; James L.Dexter,City Survey Instructor for Harried Pern or AITS! AND CAPS.
We.baye"heard various estimates of the or. Syracuse. N. Y.,Gold Watch, value $150; Mrs. those about to Mar both Male and "e-
James 177 Wooster St. N. Y., OIL I 1865 AYE. just received from New York, a complete as- thing physiology and relations '
quantity of dead fish which can be seen.- Ely ,cor. Bleekcr PREPARE .1866FOR or Ladles St"\w. Tclt, Silk Fur, Jockey,
PaIntln .value. $100;Mrs.J. C. Coles; Grand Rap II sortment of all kinds of Merchandise, sucn asDRY SxuSYltm. and the Production or Prevention! ;
.- Some say there are at least one hundred tons, j ids,Michigan, Silver Caster value$40: Dr.J, R. Sin. GOODS Of8pring. all the new discoveries never be Turban, and other Styles Men's Wool

and lowest'mentioned is 'fifty tons. But clair No. 4 Main St.,Utica N.Y.,Framed Engraving. I CLOTHING in the English language,by Wm.Young.D. and Felt Hats, Children's.Hats.
'- we think it can be safely put at seventy-five value$25 ;Hon.Luther Detmold Washington. D.C., THE FURNISHING GOODS D, This is really a valuable and interesting g work.It .- "

tons without the least exaggeration, and if Oil Painting vain$100. ,I is written In plain language for general reader, Crockery and Class Ware of all
Letters from various parties throughout the country BOOTS and is liultt with upwards of one hundred engra'rings. .
fish should continue to die as rapidly as during acknowledging the receipt of very valuable gifts, may : SHOES young med people, or those contemplating Kinds.
the past week there is no telling what be seen on file at our office. HOLIDAYS.TOYS HATS marriage,and f"the least impediment to '
it will.amount to in six days more for the mare life should book. It discloses se ?
- To be Sold for One Dollar Each CAPS es every one should be acquainted with. SW Groceries'and Provisions.
II cat-fish, which it is well known are more tenacious GROCERIES it 1 a book that must be locked up,and not lie. I

of life than other kinds, are apparently Without regard to Nlw. and not lobe paid for until you ..#. PROVISIONS bouse. It will be sent to any one on the. receipt o .. ,
hoI teJtat mil Fifty Address Dr. WM. YOUNG No. 1 500 barrels Floor
suffering from some disease, and are work- jw receive. EACH. Cnt
50 Elegant Bo.ew'dIlanoe worth$250,00 to OOOOo FLOUR Spr Stt above Fourth,Philadelphia. 500 half barrel Flour;
ing on the top of the water like bees around Melodeons Bosew'd Cases... 125,00 to 225,00 HAMS September -6m.MEXICO. 20 casks Baetra ,

n hive in sunshiny weather. 100 Fine Oil Paintings........,. 25,00 to 100,00 ..FOR THE CHILDREN- .. BACON 50 casks Hams,(Cincinnati Sugar Cured)

What the cause of this great mortality 100 Gold Hunting Case Watches.. 75,00 to 150,00 Harmonia, Furniture sets, Kitchen sets, Hones FISH I !, MEXICO 50 50 haIl barrels barrels PW-k FuItoa Men Market and Prime Beet ''
150 Diamond Bings. 60,00 to 200,00
among the finny tribes can be, canuot be 250 Ladles'Gold Watches...... 60,00 to &.00 Dogs Rattles Bails Battledores& Shuttlecocks SALT' 10 barrels Dried Bee

easily explained known. Some assert that 450 Silver Watches........ 25,00tO 50,00 Soldiers Babies Dolls '.F'( '" POWDER SHOT 50 barrels aaUtarrel and kits of Mackerel
a sort of fish cholera broke out amongst 200 Fine Steel Engravings Framed 12,00 to 25,00 slates I 25 kits Salmon
Transparant HARDWARE
sacks Rio Coffee .
them others that the sink has been 10 MusifiBoxes:. D.OOto 45,00
; say poi- $30,000,000 LOAN 600
I' & 100 Saver Revolving Patent Castors 15,00 to 40,00 kc..Ac. GLASSWARE CROCKERY aaekiLlverpoolSait .
soned, but we opine that the fish having been 100 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets. 15,00 to 3.00 WINES LIQUORS 100 barrels coffee, crashed, granulated powdered

driven by the shallowness of the water from BOO Seta Silver Tea &Table Spoons 15,00 to 30,00 ,PRESENTS FOR, THElLADIES or THK and common broirb Sugars .'
the creek and bayous into the sick have become 2,500 Vest and Neck Chain...... 6,00 to 2ft.00 CHAMPAIGN 50 barrels Molasses,Golden Syrup&e. ,
2.500 Ladies'Silver Porto Monnies.. 8,00 to 15,00 Music Boies, Secretaries, 8EGARS 300 barrels Sod*,Saga Boston and Pilot Bread
so crowded that they are dying for 8,000 Silver Butter Knives. 3OOto 7,00 Surprises, Glove bores TOBACCO, &c. REPUBLIC OF MEXICO. 300 boxes Soda,Sugar.Boston and Pilot Bread .
want of pure water. 2,000 Pairs Ear Ring (new style). 1.50 to 6,00 Jewel ..I Cupon Bonds in sums of $50, $100. 50 chests halt and eramerTeas, Oolong and Hyson
Even thealligators'with their tough old 8,000 Gold Pencils and Tooth Picks.. 3 00 to 8,00 Boxes, All of which we offer for sale at low rates at wholesale IWEXTY.Y. Interest seven per cent.' paya 2000 pounds Caody,BtU and mixed. -
3,000 ,and ic AC, &c. and retail : York. and Interest
hides unable withstand the Onyx Amethyst Brooches. 4,00 to 10,00 I cty Pnpal. :
are to grim monster '
8,000 Lava and Florentine tryproducetaken in exchange. Merchants and payable in BuTt .
Brooches to
'w._ Death. Huge fellows with seales an inch 1,000 Masonic-Pins...... 4,00tO 4,00 6,50 6,00 CANDIES.Mixed dealers are invited to call and examine our stock. CENTS on GOL.DI$10,000.0. .Currency 11d,a thDlJi.' Wines and, Liquors..

t long, may be seen here and there crawling 2,000 Fine Gold Watch Keys..... 8SOto 6,50 candies, P. FnmE. BERG, & CO. ling an interest PER CENT O GL 100 n
bbls. old
- out of the water and looking quite sentimen 6,000 Children's Armlets...... 2,5OtO 8,00 SEVENTEEN CENT. CR'C A 'Kentucky Whisky:.
100 bbls.
,& Seta Bosom Stnds..*. 1SOto 5,00 Rock,Cream braid, Nov 25-3m Jacksonville I Fla. present rate premium on gold. interest old Bourbon Whisky
_ _ tal. We never had much sympathy for these 2,500 Enameled Sleeve Buttons.... 2,60 to 10,00 Banana, Cinnamon already provided; The most desirable investment 100 bbls. old Cabinet Extra Fine
-- monsters and have heard the bullet go crashing 10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings 1.00 to 6.00 ever offered Immense tracts of mining and'aericnltural 100 bbls.old'Cogia Brandy '
I into their. brains witha peculiar delight, 1,000 Stone Set and Seal Rings ... 2,50 to 10,00 Vanilla and FURNITURE FOR SALE. lands; STXTF PER CENT PORT DUES, 5 23? JjyoM Catawba Brandy.
Rock IMPOSTS, and TAXES, In States PIpes old Holland Gin :
0,000 Lockets;;all 2.00to 7,00 candies the
I but we actually pitied one old fellow the oth- 10,000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry.... 8,00 to 20,00 and S'LUIS POTOSI ; and the PLGHTE ofTAULA FA 300 Cases fine' old Port.

? er day, looked so woe-begone and as ,he 4,000 Watch Charms(each) .. SOOto 5,505.00U Cornucopias, A LARGE AND INTENSIVE STOCK o ad States and the GE.GVR' Xaderia *j

_ turned up the whites of his little eyes in agony Gold Pens, Silver Ex.Case*... 4,00to 6,00 Conversation Hearts' a A PLE to remption te Sherry Claret
he-seemed to'say::"Don't kill me,'for tam 5,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins... 3,00 to 20,00 FIRE WORKS OF FURNITURE, and Sauterne
2.000 Ladies'New Belt Buckles
almosl gone.V e left him to die in peace. 2,000 Chatelaine and Style Guard Chains.. 4,00 6,00 to to 20,00 6,50 Fire crackers.Pin JUST RECEIVED ('1 CONSIGNMENTAT THE SECURITY IS AMPLE. and, other Wines.TIN .

__ I' "Tarrapins"snakes, too, arc suffering LOOO Gold Thimbles...... 7,00w 1400 WELLS'AUCTION AN $30$60 U."S.Cmrency. will a'per ct.Gold 4 Bndot$50 100 .: $- "r
2.0008etsLidtes'JetandGold:... wheels OMMISSJON STORE, '
from the diseasewhatever it be and 10,00to 20,00 .
may ; $300 WkRE
p 10,000 Gold Crosses .......... Ball .. $50n
1,60 to 6,00 candles
i' like the fish succomb loathe lord of the I I 'ARIXTY OF "
grave 6,000 Oral Band Bracelets...... 6.00to 20,00 f $1,0 .
in considerable numberiWe 4.000 Chased Bracelets........ 6OOto 16,00 Flower pots Tables and Chairs, double' .... single Cottage Bed ETKRT LOYXK o.BUal InsTOTmosa ICY AT OF.. .:

- do not wish our, readers to imagine 2OOO.BaJJ Eardrops all colors...# 8,00to 5.00 Rockets. .,of every style, E .ameled Chamber Furniture LEAST'ONE BOND. :EvETh.t: DEScIp'rj
Looking Glasses, one hundred double and
5.t00YtueOoldPena. 2ooto single
...that we have been telling them "a fish story"for 2,000 New style Jet fc Gold Eardrops 3,00 to 3,50 7.00 Saxon's coi'd batteries Mattresses Lounge beds,wash stands, :., to AC. Circulars forwarded. and subscriptions received by Hard War and Farming Utensils.
the above are facts which can be verified 2.500 New style Long C".stal. 4,00W 8.00 Torpedoes etc.,etc., etc.' My orders are to clos the above consignment Imme JOHN W. CORLDZS&CO., and ,

by going to the Prairie Sink. 2,000 Gold ..... 3,00 to 6,00 Also a floe lot Picked Apples, Buckwheat Floa diately either at privateer Public sale. w The publicare J l J.N."T. Financial.- Agent of the Republic NAILS.I'
: respectfully invited to call and examine the stock : 57 Broadway. N-Y.
; What the"pets"of the Freedman's Bureau a- ehaneeto obialn-any of the above article for Sardines Whiskey, etc.,etc; K and secure a great bargain at JtV Subscriptions also received by Banks and Bank TRACE CIL&XS,; .. T" .' .
will do their house is For sale by !& A. FAIBCHILD WELLS' Auction and Commission Store -J'' I era generally throughout the :
now great store no longer One Dollar by purcha-Ing a sealed Envelope for 25 eta. Unte Stat STEEL; CORN MILLS"
available is more than we can tell), but we I *J- Five sealed Envelope will be sent for $1,00 Bay street,Jacksonville,FlaDeclfttf September*-tf Bay-street.. I,r Nov. 18-1m ,

advise planters to watch their cattle, sheep Eleven for$2,00; Thirty tor$5.00 ; Sixty-five f<.r S10,. CORN SH2LLERS;
00; One Hundred fr, $15,00. AGENTS WANTED FOR SALE. .
and bogs on the prairieJ or some of them wi'"come .EVERYWHERE. r Valuable Cotton Plantation Inn :flflfl Acres Land, m tracts from one bun.IUUUUUdto J'r HALLET KILBOTTRN, : LO'VS-
mfssing.( -New Era. ) Our patrons are desired to send TJnited States money
up ten thousand acres embracing SAD IRONS .
when ft convenient_ letters F Qn $ALE. J Late Clerk .1 t ,., ; .
.' _. -. Long are unnecessary. some of the most valuable plantations In Middle Flori { Cit of the Department of at Iterrj] -- "'FJ
Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES must in every ONE of the most dndrable and valuable Sea island da on many of them ,the stockverops &c. &.; will be 'ATTORNEY FOB :- GRINDSTONES:&c :
ease be accompanied by the CASH, 'With the name of THE .
Never make two bites at unless sold with th there also ,
m 'fine
a cherry, the sending 'and 'Town and 'State Plantations containing In all 2000 acres. ; are bodies of timber I .
person ; Count//
J' it is a cherry-lip. itlaiBly writes. Letters should be address to the situated on Pablo Creek near the month of ink st. and turpentine lands. l. PROSECUTION OF CLAIMS r
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1 John's river is offered for gals at a reasonable priced I i :Valuable business and J residence lots in this city.. ?
'.$4rbI.- lLin&gerisTdUowsv GOODWIHY; ..HUNT A, CO.. For further particulars inquire at this once Improved and unimproved.. !Kraut AU..mi OO@g @ j Yllli'

: A in Chicago few since I 'Box 0706 Post Office New ork. _. ___ Dec 16-if at.II. McCORMICK,Agent. I
girl a open- ,. JacbonvilIeFla;. Sept..S0-3m Departments, .. and. .Officers of the Government.
ed sealed letter addressed to her mistress, Dec.S- NOTICE. -: OF ALL KINDS & SIZES.

but escaped conviction because the lette.l was .. tapLAND FOUR weeks after date, application will be made to BURNING I OF THE ,MUSEUM,: I.SLYOr CIY. D. c. .

.- not signed with a real name; Close scratch I Probate Judge of Nassau county Fla.for leave Office in FedmD.COrer of F' and Seventh Woc0F b VV"ABE'. .
; that ; AGENCY. to sell the real estate of David Jackins. deceased late LETTER FROM MR. B.ABNUM.Nmr.Yo" Box, No.142. I
_ I .J. of said county said application is made In Refers to the Secretary and Officers ot the Depart- EVERY VARIETY.
McCORMICK of the Improvements on said estate conseqaence July 14, 1865. ment of the Interior and officers tits other -. .
A. Injuring sod be.
I jiessrsHarvig d Co, :". : Departments of the g"-
coming of less value fl O
by delay of sale also (1@W W
for the ben fF3
-"Man but God said .
-4 disposes the
proposes, ,FOR THE SALE' PURCHASE eAt of the creditors and heirs of said estate -- Onnncn-Though destruction'of the American November iWtfXOTICEREMOVAJU" -
: -. a pious aunt to her over-confident niece.' AGE B.M. GERHOND Museum has proved a serious loss to myself and .- : "
"Let a man propose to me if he dare" was of Lands in Florida. Decl6-tw-" Attorney for Administrate., the public I am happy to verify.the,old adage that SOOO' BASKETS, :from one qnart to three'
Address .Jacksonville Fla. "It's an ill wiDcI,tb\ulo..aobody good,** and,eousequentl.y. !
the "and I: will of him : bushels.. .
"% response, dispose NOTICE 'congratulate'you that your"well,known THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE REMOVED THEIR :. '.
20 .
,", According! my own views, and as he: suits August! .8mP.. safes bars again demonstrated their superior fireproof I stock ofg'from 'store No..'BT' 8t.. ST TI NEJtY.
having demands & ,
'. meyi." ALL persons against the estate of qualities in SB ordeal of unusual severity. Wells' ,where they
,,; \, '. '. .- ." -" .- Jackins deceased will present them to the The safe you made for me some time ago was lathe short time'only,as they are determined to' ,out
undersigned duly authenticated within the time.:Pre Office of the Museum on the second floor, back their entire stock within the co' PAPER :I .
; part of o go.
A Counsellor Cripps being on a party 'at EWtOHk.. ..aUG'GIES. recovery.scribed by law Those or Indebted this notice to will theabovo be pleaded will.make bar Immediate ol' the. building,and In the hottest of the fire. days and traders, regardless would do \ Cnt mehat tent aU.I INKS; -:. : <. ]' -
: After ,
four boors '
twenty of trial
Castle JlArtys one of( the : ;"R" to Rl.M. U was found among ( f. PENS.1 ,* : h';
company a phyid- payment GEBMOND.
: the debris and on opening this day has yielded lowing list O M,they will be sold cheap PENCILS :
dan,strolled out into the churchyard. Din- ; : :: I Deo lft-w Attorney for Admlnlstratix. Its content toviry:good order-books,paper. policies un cash/ ace .. for ENVELbPEs\ ,. ,
ncr befog served, and the doctor not having 'It&P.,' ...JI;.., ,': .' j._ 'MARKET. Of Insurance bank Mils,all in condition for Immediate Ladles and Gent's Shoes,Boots, Shirts.'Stationery, .. .).
- : expressed ..0 iiI"'t D" } Vie and.noble commentary on?the-trustworthinessei Playing Cards,Cloths;Tailor's Trimmings, ,Shoulder 'STATIONERS GUM, ETC.
returned;some one. surprise as to '
Herring's Fire-Proof Safes. Straps for the Army and:Navy,
Hawar :.a
'. where be could be gone to. .urn' OYStERS OYSTERITHE -- Cigars.' Tobacco, ,
tt ._ h ,. Trnl7oflrP *. ; Cref LIME, BRICKS, CEMENT, LATHS.
''Oh" said the counsellor, "he is but just '.Z DEEABEST '& CO. T..BABNDM, Canned Goods,Sales,YankeeNotlousSo- ;
to to some of his old ::4 .. ..., # da Water Apparatus tOt bottling purposes BaalQesaWsgons < .
oat -
ate ped PST4.TIsIt -- ;., subscriber takes this method of announcing -i, HE&RDTa's PATENT CHAMPION. 8AF: .new and second band Photographic. Stock DRUGSJSADlERY. -
lIentB2'c ( JLQISNT3.. pnbllce that he i*under many obligations for Wti ; Ambro Cases,Fish Hooks and Lines, fce., tc. ; .
.- .A 4twan 'NSTAiTLY' past favors sad bopes in ,the future to pe always ready 7'heuaAzokCoa. jiirti- ., "!.. k ft'I. .' ....., 'rye: '- O W.DENNIS',* CO. ALL STAPI( .]J OS OTN1AND
(' dm band ft general assoiineni of Top to and ;! P4.Tz BAHXIM';,sins .- Hilton '
C serve his friends ithejown country at short ST ; .with No.4. Merchants', Bow. Head 8. C, ; ;-; -- .
; In QhlajecentlfLPre; ; : hit wifiTfo and Open BUGGJJ4JWWDCBE8..RJI.LETONB notice with the best oysters,at the lowest price. by Herring fc n J '*Patent.Cryitaliiedi Iron th*.best ";And. at Well's Auction Store; .
- CARIU AGES.f an styles and descriptions the plate=qnart or bnsheL : ;- ., ,, n security against a burglar's drill ever manufactnred', Oct 7thl8S5tf .BqSireet.Jackionville.Fli. .*. ," .
: .4 ?Safe k'eeping.3be put it In the straw 0r4erI bT nisiL JlGad1a&U7 and;carefuny attended : -
Orders and HElUUNG ...
{ from the country punctually carefully at. '' "- .Iy' ": {' :0 *'ca,x McClellan-> En&Uhnd. Other S d Ue..
ffl.l7mqTedaW r ended to, ., No.2flflxoe4wayrner Murray J8&\INew,1Yol'k.
bed np'dy -
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. VAN IlOEJf," t' ; .\ ...1J.LOHAs1'. CO I'AtmlL.-l.RJtDIItO PRINTING Bridles Xrte Girths,'Blanket. *
a the,ur.J 11tO i1npti 4 :h1icl li;ddli1re : oo.Pb:11Idelpbbr ; '. H .. .. ,
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