Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1866
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00039
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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l mnrt m2to'wywlr iratfaeraente. All "A wtohe fin4 home !' assemod value thereof unless some for the purpose of perpetuating the evidence of fltlpTPV''ng
1 TOUBC mmn to m with a pious fun- as well as its moral and intellectual Representatives to Corfgtess that it UQa
uemeato mot bepaM quarterly in aivjcc.Jo fly where to Christian may.bo'exorcised person shall bid a largrr turn" than what ?. such i'
r extrnpte will be considered cuffl-, their earnest desire and without marriages as may take place under the provisions i ing the rebellion F ,
pP.TXG, dent remuneration for hU board mad lodging." Address, progress, expectation regard to thV"part which. More than two-thirds the assessed value is clear- of this Act it shall bo the dutyo/.thft
In the 8wuLte I
8TYUS zesQy a4 promptly exite& ett, (an actual advertisement.) was to allow the past struggle, lamentable as it ]persons elected may have had inthe rebellion P ly the admissible (Laughter.). red3rp&i
only conclusion. The United Clerk of the Circuit
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Count against it,and .when it beIie- -tiM
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was in its results, to pass by, to co-oporatc A.-I do not think they could J exerciso that
.---- A nice young man, a modest, t 't? V1, ,IJ OHAIU. Offer hinxlf to the public view; members the assessed value, but an individual could upon application of the parties and a tender of nat..lacef
And Punch docs all.be possibly of all sections who earnestly strive for the preservation so as to impair in'the slightest degree the
CABDY & CO. cans not purchase without paying morr than twoh11.th ha fees to enter the certificate of '
JOHN niarritige in tsk
.To aid the aim of the nice young nuu of constitutional liberty and the perpetuation constitutional right of each Hoow for itself to cnjoymentf case e- uy
the assessed value/ Does not the language upon the register of marriage license In tho office. where the took
position berre4jMT
MANUFACTURER OF of the government in its purity. judge of the qualifications of who, eacmy
The household Till apse' might. imply that individuals bid "
be truly West must above thee two- .
lives in (
where men's f
SAW MILLS, SUGAR ROL- Which this nice telccU for nest They have been a little disappointed in this, be chosen. The right of Jthe constitutional election wen danger ( aMi4o
I y EN'OISES, young man a ; thirds valuation! ? By every rule of just con It is noi to bo presumed that the Legislaturewould "That's "
DBAS3 CABT1N08. Nor mill ihinkrmpte*' a rarment queer and are so now. They are patiently waiting, of a State to choose and thgf cries so. ) ... r--q 't
i ..! iRON AI> right each struction the Cur '
cgsoNrLLz, FLA. Fur buud*ai Jung,and ue "larger fxricdn two-thirds tho assusscJ laws sections of '
or lawTho return of traducert rmltannitorirl'were
of the hour have or sotno my present ana
: U In his piotts there won't be heart passed away this delay in restoration of those elected to the ra-pecti vs bodies are vei value. If V
'etobqv presence ; y this construction of the statute be correct certificate on marriage license well known and far removed frog the fcei and Wra'ttjoyViing
From the Bauxbtiot urchin a naughty word, will ceaso. They think they have done distinct and different questions ;s i and in thus
JOHN S. SAMMIS & CO. And i: iLary Jane -h>uld gitcgla al Anno everything that was essential and and of I and there has not been a Hterul performance the duty of the Clerk to record the same has ease and comfort (Cheer) and*>LiiagMer.};
proper judging qualifications, am to admit that
He'll trawn Uiem solemn, the g-jod young man. judgment is that they would not be willing in should of the requirements of the law by the Commissioners been established bylaw since the fouwlatioTibf But I care not for them; I care not. that ,&IJ>f
my mv opinion no be admitted
tlM ,
: as a the purchaser's certificate is mere the State or Territory. If, therefore a license der theagainst foul of sin has l
whelp torain IoQ8
If the tea la weak,or the butter sal It, to do anything fuither as a condition precedent member either House of Congress who is not y
Tue nice young irty u ill liuJ tw tault; They would simply remain and and waste paper. A substantial requisite of the law bo required under the present act,this third section me; I caie not for aU that a nif;I ft nor
'-'KALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS WT Jf the moat b rag. lUll the ruH ling ste quiet really truly loyal to the Constitution of the was not complied with, a material link in the Li utterly usetessand superfluous, requiring the tell you here to-day,that although pr itmBii

;NERAL MERCHANDISE, The nice young j.arzy will ui lf mrmm. passive.Q.-Docs your own judgment the United it States and to the government established chain w wanting, hence the whole proceeding Clerk to do that which the law already required advanced in life, Ifc l that I |hall.iTt Jong*

JaeltowiUc, Flo. Should 3ianxin.i show rages and Tara drop oath, view you have given as the opinion approve of the by falls to the ground. him to do. We are'bound to come to the conclusion enough to live down the%whola pact ot -tcodttTcers

I!' KIM N1$. (.Iil. 1.. MATKia.KHIIS. The nice young niaa v J n-r.ru\T! them both; of the Slate FA. poopIe It is provided iu the 7th section of the direct therefore, that as the legislature deemed and slanderers. [Applauae.]
A. A. CASOVA.L. And jt thc.tt-nant oboul i icll a he. ." [From the Floridian": Journal. tax act that the owner, or person having a valid this 3d section ntretwrry, and as it is tul necessary They have tamed the whole pSIk1OCIe 'to
The nice will exclaim "O fie -My own judgement u decided that
WARROCS youug man the question of suffrage belongs very under the Con TAX SALES IX FLORIDA'VOID. lien upon or interest in lots of ground, may redeem if a license ia required, therefore, it.was lower me in vour estimation, "verily,they cans

; Treasure like tli! is trcaiu indeed, stitution OPINION OP COMMISSIONER ill?. 8TICKNEY.FERSA.NDINA the same from sale upon the payment of; not intended that a license should be required for do,it." Tray, lllanehft.and.SwMieaA jjitt .
and too to the States
... li >XEEE AND OEXEUAL COMMISSION It Joos one irooil such a thing to rend. wisely respectively cost, interest and expenses; and the purchaser, marriages under the provisions of this Act; and dogs, and all, coma along snapping afldi saaiW
drawn 1 which and FLA. I860.Srtrct .
And we've a rij tycli in you can exclusively. April'10th,
MKRCIIAIfT, The fcaintly life ot (Uv uiee young man. Q,-Is it opinion that neither of the alternatives upon such redemption being made, shall be cntitlol the general law providing for marriage) licenses lug at my heels. but 1 heed them not.JCpBaer )!
41 STREET, JACKSOXriLLR, FLA.CQItieXXtSTS [Punch. your in the to be Lieut. Col. J. Tf' liarbu, U. S. A., Commanding to have the purchase money returned to u to Hiat extent and for the period of time men The American people, citizen*, soldier* and sM
suggested question ought Post at FerntHdini :- him by said Commissioners surrendering tioned in the section
SOLICITID. upon abrogated or suspended lots, know that from my advent in& palikrlisV
.' k. iirViute for imrtkii in the country all article they HON. A. IL STEPHENS BEFORE THE accepted by the people of Georgia? SIB:-In your letter of this date, addressed to up the certificate of sale. Keeping steadily in the benefit of 'the persons mentioned. Upwt to the present moment I ha'v Jwava at&jga

rfeh, at the lowest market price. BECONSTRUCflOK COMM LEE. A. Mown opinion is, that these terms the Direct Tax Commissioners of. this District, view that the redemption is complete when the these persons* the right or duty of legal marruigd waveringly the ve ) :*-lyFRANKLIN ought not to be offered as conditions precedent. : "The Sheriff of thia county having owner obtains the certificate of has been conferred '
you say redemption, the or imposed but recently;And rights and interest. (Q181*)' .L
DIBBLE In other words, my opinion is that it would be applied to me for military force to assist him incattying purchaser thereby being divested of title, obtains the provisions of this law which impose this duty Wa are now in the nalkm's third"ordeat. 'Ware ?
lcgt for the of
pcare, harmony and prosperity into effect certain writs of ejectment issued restitution, only, when ho surrenders up his certificate and at the same* time .protects them from the not through; we denied that Stitwj ieoulc.g .
COMMISiIO.XJACXSOATILLK. IEkC11ANT, the whole should be immediate
country that there an the civil Courts "cirtifieates of
by upon redemption of sale. The proceeding by the owner general laws against fornication and adultery <>outc (the Unkmw denied the doctrttt felf
find the Savannah News and
FLA.Pro'tece says Daily restoration, and immidiate bringing from tho1"Direct Tax Coiamissioners, to redeem in tx ynrte ; if he redeems within the, for a time, must be taken as the only law regulating (*eccstiont and have dembnstrated it by th.,

taiade eoMgunK-nU prnha.t.d. r to C.4wncrs B. Dibble th .cab, >ew or\ork.ippflcs Herald, in.our Northern exchanges a full report back of the Rtates-into their original relations, will you be kind enough to inform me what time and in the manner prescribed,the interest their duty and making requirement in strong-arm';' yea, the soldiers and 'sandn ;OojT

of the evidence of Hon. A. II. Stephens before and let all these questions then be oj-scusseu in reason, if any racists, why said writs should not acquired by the sale is ijao facto cone forever. this respect upon them for the period of time bless them, have detnoastrated by thcirpMnoi.
common council Then the representatives of be executed f" The purchaser, thus divested of title his certificate ; mentioned in the i I
T. E. BUCKMAN, the Eoconstruction Committee, from which wo act bm and strong anus thai States hav ; not..tWi
JACKSOKVILLE FLORIDA. the South could be heard, and you and all could 'Hie power of the Commissioners, is limited is only evidence of what ho once owned; The 5th section of the Act also shows that to leave the Union f Applause.

fOMMIPPION DEALER H?, LUMBER, TIMBER, take the.following not included in the telegraphic judge much better of the tone and temper of the by the direct tax act of June 7th, 1862, and the and if he does not surrender it to the Commissioners the Legislature did not intend to require a mar- I power The Confederate armies war over-- iv -?*

CKPAB. MILL LOGS. SHINGLES, LATHS, &c. synopsis published in the News and Herald of : ]peoplo than you could of the opinions given by amendments thereof, approved Feb. 6, 1863, and tho purchase money remains in their I riage license to be obtained by the persona to and disbanded, and there was it vBH&g&ar

ALSO IXAW Saturday. Mr. Stephens views in regard to 'any individuals. You may take my opinion or the March 3d, 1865. The special authority thus hands without prejudice to the owner. If the whom referenco 13 m.ila. This oction provides the part of the people of those States' to ream

'- MILL MACHINERY. negro suflrage and the constitutional rights of opinion of any individual, but they will not enable delegated them, anecting the property of individuals statute stopped hero, would there be any doubt? "That from and after the expiration of the time back in obeditflec W the law, and acknowledge
you to judge of the condition of the people against their will, must be strictly pursued Unquestionably none. If the law thus far is limited in the first section of thw act, all laws the supremacy of tha Constitution of frthcrs.
,'.t r 8-3mRrOHARDS the States will be read with universal interest of the State BO well as for her own representative their Nothing oar
or proceedings are a nullity. clear, it remains to be seen whether the amended j applicable to or regulating the marriage relation. ,
& BAXTER and approval by the people of Georgia : to bo heard in yom public councils, in her in the above recited acts authorizes the Commissioners act of March 3, 1865, makes it less clear. It j i between white persons shall be deemed to apply For what have we passed thrcroga' iie3 trfcd-

Q.-What is the public sentiment of Georgia own behalf. My judgment, therefore, is very to give an official opinion upon the adds, 'that in any face in which !lands shall be ;1 to tho same relation between the colored population ordeal P It was to prove the prinapto tlit. nI
-M, FORWARDING A3fD COMMISSION with regard to the extension of the right of voting decided that it would have been better, as soon question you submit It is known to them that redeemed after sale made by the Board of Commissioners ; of tho State." Now there could have been gtate had the power to break up ,thment. gn-

MEKCHANT8.JACKSOXT1LLE to the negroes P as the lamentable conflict was over, when the several owners have redeemed from sale lots and and after the money received by no reason in pooviding that after the expiration .

FLORIDA. A.-Tho general opinion in the State is very peoplo of the South abandoned their cause and parcels of bind heretofore sold by them for the them on the sale of such lands has been paid into of the time mentioned in the first section, all It was to put down the rebellion. Tbre1beI-

2-tf much averse to it.r agreed to accept the issue, desiring as they do direct tax charged thereon. In making the the Treasury, by the owner complying with the laws applicable to or regulating the marriage lion has been put down, sri what for T- Was K

',.. -4OS. rilWARD BULK Q.-If a propositwn were made to amend the to resume their places for the future in the -Union sale and in granting redemptions therefrom, the provisions of the law re'.ating to redemption, necessary relation between white persons hall buto'apply deemed in destroy the States 9 'Verily. ns,4 Fer '
in Congress and to look to the halls of Congress, and Commissioners intended to comply with the law, to bo with the to the relation between the
SAVAGE & HAILE Constitution so as to e'representation j complied on ins part same what have all these lives U*>n sacrificed, and all
based upon voters substantially, would the Courts for the protection of their rights in and yet they may have comply with the law, said Board shall certify to the Secretary of the popu'atou of the State if a marriage license this treasure expended ? Wa ?* ** tbs ya-

4 ( 10 :5 AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS Georgia ratify fiuoh a proposed amendment if it the Union-it would have been better to allow and yet they'may have committed errors. It u Treasury the fact that such lands have been redeemed wens required! under the provisions of the Act-. pose of destroying the States? No! It was for

IIOF.n's WHA&F, were made n condition precedent to the restoration that result to follow under the policy adopted by an established fact, that out of one thousand ," and "the Secretary being satisfied that For there if no difference note made under this the purpose oi preserving the Uniod\6f the

5 JACKSONVILLE, FI-V. tt of the State to political power in the Government -. the Administration than to deny it or hinder it causes from tax sales which have found their the lands have been duly redeemed,shall re-pay or any other existing law on the subject of niar.riage States. That is what we have been contending

F by prepositions to amend the Constitution in way into the Appellate Courts of the couutrynot the purchaser, and the purchaser shall forthwith between the white and any portion of the for, and to establish the fact that thc natieocaix

W. A. McLEAX, A.-I do not think they would. The people ivsi-oct to sufli age or any other new matter. I twenty of them have been found to bo legal and deliver possession to the owner so redeeming asaforesaid. State, if it be not this difference in regard to'the lift itself above and beyond internal .wars''*aaa

of Georgia, in my judgment, as far as 1 can reflect think the peoplo of all the Southern States regular. It is submitted that the Commissioners ." This is a remedial act, it will be requirement marriago license and the record reason, and establish a hfrme. ;

I ping Forwarding or represent their opinions, fet-l that they would, in tho halls of Congress, discuss these can, with greater propriety, show why they seen, prescribing the mode ef getting the purchase of the certificate of marriage. This 5 section,.t When the rebellion in MagfiachusdKswaaTpBtown ..

are entitled, under the Constitution of the Unit- i questions calmly and deliberately, and if they should not express the opinion you request, than money out of the Treasury. The redemption therefore, as it declares in effect that there Js a [ did that put Massachusetts oat of tW

; .: -AL COMMISSION MERCHANT ed: Statesi to representation without any further j did not show that the views entertained were give a reason why the writs should not bo exe- which the Board shall certify to the Secretary present difference, must refer to the provisions Union and destroV the State ? Whpol't1 *"""i
precedent They would not object to entertain, i just su-h as to control the judnicnt. of the jeo1)10 cuted. The Court which granted the writs of is i>c:fe-cUnl nndeith net of June 7th, 186?. of the 1st and 3d sections as not at present ref hellion in Pennsylvania wa* J"rt down,"did *"**

/ STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. discuss and cxcbarge views in the common J of the other seetioliR and States, they would ejectment you refer to may have discovered that The Secretary satisfies himself that the lands uiring the license in usual form, and declaring destroy the State and put U of the Union?
4 I > .iibought I aed old on coin mitKinn. Strict perS with other quietly and patriotically yield to whatever i the Commissioners did not strictly observe have been eluly rudeernod examining to know in eficct that it shall be thereafter
attention given to the purchase, sale and councils of the country, the states,1 every by ; requited for when the recent great rebellion waj pot dowu,
,i[ ", : -eotton. Lumber,and country prudue grner- upon such a proposition, or any proj-osltion to j should be constitutionally determined in corni i requirement of the law, bcneiiHai to the owners, whether the provisions of that act have been here is nothing else necessary that I can dis and the constitution and law of the countr .
>"; -t for the purchase of all kind of Merchan- i mon council; but I think they feel sensitively> ; which declared shall attend the with. For ? To refund
amend the Constitution or change it in any of Congress execu- complied what purpose over to make the law exactly the same in rejard restored; the Slates engaged in ther l>nibAml*-
fl i-t i ,. it ly rxtxutod rcsjxrctfully, at Holicilod.the lowed market 41arth31 price.Kni. -tf.- its features, and they would abide by any eliange, the oflor to them of propositions to accept, whiloI j tion of this power, and in that case, no title the purchase money to the purchaser. If the to the marriage of white persons and of bnsj crushed, the law restored and the cwi-rtitrr-
but they are denied all voice in the common council |I by sale made by them. lands redeemed within the time and in the colored who have been tl
if made as the Constitution provides J they I passes any were persona living tsgether as tion acknowledged in them, they standm ,
at'. HAHTRIDGE feel that they are conttitutionally entitled to be I of tie Union, under the Constitution. In the j j In the case of Thatcher vs. Powell, 6 WVa- prescribed manner, it is immaterial to the owner nan and wife. Union, under the cocatitutujn, aa a part"of 1

heard, by their Senators and mcmlcis in the j discussion of these propositions I think they focivery ; : ton, 119, Chief Justice Marshall held that no individual whether the Secretary be satisfied of that fact- Your Excel'oncy will observe that this Act reorred glorious and bright galaxy i>f States [Loud.

Merchant, Houses of Congress, upon this or any other pioj j sensitively that they are denied the right or public officer can sell and convey a i that question concerns the purchaser alone. to only-applied to "colored inhabitants of cheers.] .

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. posed amendment. J do rot, therefore, think to be heard; and while, aa I have said, they good title to the land of another, unless authorized Should the Commissioners improperly refu. rodoejnption ho State claiming to be living together in the In passing through tw ordea% wKittai, t.ocen

I1.i M I attention given to Forwarding UUHUCM..L.n that they would ratify that amendment suggested might difl'cr among themselves ii many points to do so by express law, and that the iHjrson to the owner, he can avail himself of relation of husband and wife and who have not done in'them under the dirbttioiixjf my laments

:. i.tf as a condition precedent to her being admitted in regard to suffrage, they would not diCt-r upon invested with such power must purfua with pre his remedy e>f a. mandamus. When he obtains been joined as such agreeably to the laws reguating ed predecessor? We ooerisa/ |J>. 'wwlf' Wt, 4

to representation in Congress. Such, at tho question of doing anything further as a cision the course pi-cscril e.l by law. Again, the I his certificate of redemption from the proper officer the same." Colored persona who are not repair. We succeeded, before 1 camether Jo,

J. C.W least, is my opinion.Q. condition precedent to the restoration, and in Supie-me Court, say ((1 Peters. 319)) it must ap- he may resort to aa action of ejectment or who do not claim to be living together in that restoring the relations which' had ><$jtc
A r '. i EER AND COi1iIIs..IX NERLILIXT, .-ft is. thf'n. your opinion that at present. rel
\ AXD the people f Georgia would neither be willing I do nut think they would accept the i and authori/injr snci sa'e- !have l
to extend suffrage to the negroes, nor consent to one or the other. My individual; gt-ncwtl views i complied with. In the ca.'o of Stisid's executOr j it \\n pfiitw fade evidence cf redemption, and a to bo united in marriage, must take out .
As.) FOR THE SALK OF TEAL ESTATE, the exclusion of the negroes from the basis of jv to the prt'i i er course to be pursued in respectto i vs. Coun-e, 4 Cranch, 403, the Supremoh i j redemption li-om a tax sale reinstates the owner marriage license as the general law provides for I came to Washington, and unties extraoroi-- t .

i I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. representation? the coloied people arc cxpitasod in a Court held that the validity of a tax sa'o dej j iii all his former right in the premise all persons white or colored in the State. The nary circumstances sm'cM led to the 'Preawwn-'

il. T. (ttmd promptly to all himinc-ss vn tl 1 a Adrancei made on Foreign and Duwstic are perfectly willing to leave suffja e and the ferrc-1 to in my letter Jo Senator Slcwa.L That j and upon the fairnebs of the transaction. He ; the peoplo of Florida, with singular unanimity, only has reference to the colored person had adjourned without.prcsTibing aaj; plan.1 ,,K

EErEagNCE : basis of representation where the Conttitution was the pn.jnr f.ATim. as 1 conceive, in rhehto i must act in conformity with the law, from I arc loyal to the Constitution and Government of mentioned in the first section: that is, those living then proceeded OA I had dtnr in.. irtVOTl>t5taf !l-

Iti I '. S. WaJkiT, H.in.J. J, Finlov, Hon. C. IL leaves it ) look the question of suf- discuss this; tubjwt, atid I think a great deal -iofl(I h. nnw-r i's il-i-ivoi. nl the nuiehaser i the United States. The President, by his pro- together in the relation of husband and wife; in the reconstruction of the governmenf j to -

I k) i'.r' : rn. KO. lloi kin-s.CoL It. 1' Klov.l'tan.Hon.6-tf B. fIa! ., nc;nr>.They* l.-imiirinnr upon*>:lusivoK' to the State?, denendi. tn thc. a.lvanc.intit of eiviiii.ali.t A.J .\<\ ; : ;; I; ;--i:11:;: :.;.' J ;4.i1; ;__. ,?, h.v drclatvI in-3 rCDCUion at an end for, as the first section mentions only these as store pth'cHStatea. How did we begin 'Wl
; cr ,, 5.rri -Ki i v> .TIC inrrtT-ni <>i till lt5eiLiiar : i'l.f C'onitii'ouors have ben divulwl in opmj j is established civil authority is therefore coming within the of the law
"- oriMr VHT. atN ttj.run ; eoiisinuuoa ; au-1 pc-.tco ; provisions any ![bund that the people had no court, end **
3. B. ANDREWS the (futi-. !a'fonprers bis. jurisdiction i these questions bltould l-o cunaidottiJ kept S lor. about the word oir/i-r in C'lnstruing cases of iirriemptioii paramount to the uuT.taiy. In my judgment, other construction would leave those of the colored said to the Judges, District Attorneys and ifarshab -

powirr ; .'jrr<-l. 'X.-rjt i ii j-nij-osiiiij ametid- j U.fore the j roper foioim.li. 'ra-Jer the iliic-ct tax act Courts, the Sheriff has no authority to call on you to KS- population, who could not claim to live in i "Go down and hold oartfl.tl '
T roiaSEV AND COUNPELLOli AT LAW, ifl them .- Suppose the States that arc represented 1..wever, hold that llu word owner i ie a genuine sst him in his writs unles the your '
ments to tbcSraiuai.il i.< exacting j executing troops that relation without any law at all to regulate people need thejtribuuals o'juitico'opened.?*
JAKuX FiLL FL.( from tliein) : at.'l i 1 u n-.t in-rk, tl.fcrfforo, that in Joncm-PB and Congress should be of the opinion tcim, wiuili canb.a 'eb the different RM.CJCH: of in- j under your command are a part of tiiepotte com' the marriage relation between them for the pe N Was there anything w* >* i* thatl.'flJ

s. J
.- 1 &< **. B. BI&DLE. as I beleva *,tlyr to ,lc.il lali-ly,juit1.' aid itS place in the fSovi-nimciit "f the country.x- et- ite. N;> other coi6truvut-i eouid tftlctuate j L Dl'STICKSTTT. act, which would be contrary to the Constitution out and saw that the p'1 oilier of the -
COOPER & BISBEE generously with the frtxsimen, would 13 willing j ccpt upon its as.- -ut to one or the j the} i'ltent.'c'i: of the Legislature and 'pnrfttt the ; and existing laws of the State. ithtils. They ha'l beeu iot-'irupt I ftndcirt.
two propositions suggested, is it thru o.jtin -j Opinion of tliC Attorney Genera
to consent to a chancre in the Co'-.stitut'ion that j your interest of j'aitii.-s in land sold for non-payment j It may not be improper that I should observe by the operation cf the relellion. WfffcaP6
AtTORNEYS AT LAW, would gire Cnigii-ss jurivl-clion over the quer.tion that uiult-r such circumstances Ceorgiii j of ta es. A fen simple, life estate and leaelcklrry J[ ATTI.USCY GENEUAI.'S OFFICE, ) that those persons srathorizpd to solemnize the the Postmaster General: '*'!.&. the pe pj tu -'

t'A'.S'O.V r/i/K, FLORIDA. ofsutfra.'e ; au l tiallywould tJuy: every ought lodeilli.o ? J JVjT5tis exist in the same Mtato. Tho estate may j I Tallahassee, Fla., April 23, 1866. J ; rights of matrimony are bound to be well satis facilities'for mails, and let them again, ,nndei"stdwhatwalLfclsndthinkthe
Office Fecoud storj", S-uaiijis ISock. much averse to t'orgrehS exercising any \ -You mran the States now rcpre- j! have been mortga -d to" secure a debt juJginent j jcieiitors Ills Excellency, D. S. Walker; Governor : fled that the colored persons appearing before
'ptrmber 9 6mO. seated, and these only ? have lien it and the Ittml j Sir :-I have, at examined the $ f
such jurisdiction without their representatives in nay a upon | your request, them to be married without license, have been onopeoplo? '
heard in the Mr; Jtoutweli-Yts. : be in the adveisu possession of a stranger to I i act passed at the last session of the Legislature,
B. hART the Senate anti IIr .se king public may living together as husband and wife. For We locked out again, awl iuV that thenrwa
Witness-You mean "Corgrws, Congrcbs t.ile into I I entitled "An a--t to establish and enforce the
who. bo
councils iitH>n Ihb qv.( tioii that 5t> vitally eon- a pcssewr.-jn may ripening a should it appear that such was not the fact, awlthat a bltxikaJe- that the custom Louses wc- U.
ATTORNEY AND COCSSKLLOU AT LAW, as it is now ccnft'tutcJ, with the other eleven right. Each is to his inter mitrriago relation b 't\vcen of color,"
well all the internal an owr-cr accoiding persons
ferns their inttmal polity, as as the party officiating was aware'it, or that dosed. We said; Ojicn the doors of the cor
JACKtiOXl'lLLK, I'LA. States excluded? est or claim, aijh Ins a right to protect his with reference to the question whether or not it
olicy oi all the Mates.Q. he took no means to inform himself in regard to torn houses and the blockade let the
Will in the S'A'e and VniU-d States Couri Mr. Boutwell-I do. ; j
practice to be mi.n\ittca interest by amlrsi'p'iionfromthesalo( ; No one is necessary for persons of color "claiming to "be
ikc. .-If the pKipos.tJ were matter, he would be liable to the penalties pursuits of on"Ii Jbn*'. W'thus
_ to cue of ihe eleven ttattti lately in A.-Then I tlxii.k ehe oudit dc-cline under cati complain of this-tlia Government coUts; living together in the relation of. hnsband and prescribed law for the' msrriaigeceremony' peace go was
Georgia as by "performing done. We thuy traveled on, step by ite ,
i the cu-cuinstancrB and for the jcusons stated, her tax and tho is refunded to wife," to li-n nse according to law before ;
P. L WHEATON rebellion, that she might !<> rlored to i-oljtioal purchase money procuro.u without license. I will further -remark opening fustom houses, apointiug.itectorj
:: 1 and fn uKgltt the whole ecven. Should such an him who claims under the tax sale. they can properly bo united in the bonds of
in tho Govcirmfnt of the country uj>on that the fees of the Clerks of the Circuit
mailfacilities and all
LAW AND OL1CITO IS CH1SCEBT, power establishing ,
ATTOB5IT IT restoring
ofier be mode arid d<'clir.fd, and these states The of declares that the and with view of giving Excellency -
matrimony a
statute ,
JACKKOXriLLEt FLA.OCc the condition'pra wlcat that t.hc fchould, on the Michigan your Courts for recording the certificate referred to iu railroads that had been interrupted by rebellion
bhould thus continue to bo excluded and kept deed shall in the "an absolute such advico on the of the marriage *
vest subject
tax -
extend 10 'hts the purchaser the 3d
P-at'iB or section
corner oi l-'ornj-tb and Market irtrecta.Il one band ;V negro, on of this act, although not definitely Was there anything undertaken toibedontf
out, a snguar ettacle would be pietcntcd ; a esatu! iu foe anti be conditsire evidcnce of freednien and women under said act and
<*tlnbcr 30DeBRUHL if other consent to their exclusion from the basis sj simple, % provided for by law, should bo one-third of the that was not autLorLreJ by :th';ConsSt }
complete i CC1 pal oi petitions would l-e preticiitod. that the sale to theprovisions the Constitution of the State as will
would bhe cither was regular according present promote
of representation, accept proposition amount charged for issuing and recording"mar- that wai not justified by strict aaccssiiy ef. .tb.
in the Government of In 18C1 these States thought they could of this act." Suppose that m the a conformity with the same and with public
& BADGER, and take her place without riage license, and recording: and filing return of case; that has not been clearty consistent.with
not icmain safely in the Union, new case of i-acey vs. Davis, 4 Michigan, HO.iyou poPy.
the country ? the same.- it isjtt i-tItd thefonrior WT the Constitution and with the general spirit of
ATTORNEY AT LAW, A.-I can only give ray opinion. I do not guarantees, and now when they agree to resume had been commanding in that State, and the Of course it is generally understood awl admitted cording required in a regular marriage license, our Government ? [Cheers.} ""
OCA LA. FLA. their foimi-r practical reLitious in the Union under which has tiris-cn he\t5 had been that slaves! cannot could not kaaXy be .
think Flic would"accept il her as a condition question presented or and there is not attached to it the official res- What remained to be done f .One other thItremained
Will attend promptly to all businesii cn'ru'ted to his do the Constitution as it is, the other States to there. No matter what reason the, joined in the bonds of matrimony,and.whfle, ac- "
Doe. 16-U precedent presented by Ccnirrc-ss ; for they you ronsibilitv of the Clerk which exists, in case'of ta show the civilized wnrW th&t w a
care. not Ijclievc that Congress has tLo rightful power turn upon them and say they cannot permit Au-litor might rive to you why the ,sheriflV cording to the custom and the moral sense of the the issue of the license. had passed successfully through the tried ordfal
them to do so rarely to their interest without new writ should be executed community this relation to exist
his deed
not against tat was recognized
BRAHAM & ARNOW, under the Uonsutuucn 10 pro-en ue oucn ofoiidition. You further enquire whether or not colored of our nation existence, and prQred iat our
guarantees on their part The Southern States -, EVs AT LAW AXD SOLICITOUS JXClIAXCEIlY If Georgia is al tatc in the Union Supremo was upon Ministers of the Gospel can perform the marriage GpTernment was.popular. A. great princrpla.
would thus present themselves as willing for only conclusive evidence that the.j salo itself was to make a legal contract was not allowed to
her feel that she is entitled to representation P. The law that "alj
.IJ jux.ple ; ceremony legally provides was to be restored,-which was established
immediate union under the Constitution, while made at the time and and conducted slaves in this in other When, onr
without conditions imposed by Congiws ; place, was as no respect ordained' Miniscrs of the Goepelinconnunion
GAINESVILLE, FLA.given regularly revolution,when, our fathers were contaodlng
bnine' in and if she i is not a State in the Union then she j it would be the Northern State opposed to it.- by the person and in the manner prescribed bylaw therefore, the emancipation took place, it left with some Church, Judges of the against the .Great Britain What
: s nltntiOfl itI lA to s power WM
any disunionists would hot
with the others The former thereby omo but that it was still inadmiBSiilo. in ovilencc these people in a peculiar and extraordinary position
.u jSIste. Keb. 24-Cm. could not be admitted as an equal Circuits Courts and Jueticesof Peace be and one of the principal causes of their compTafnt?
Unionists, and the former piactical elisuni nists. unless that the in to their matrimonial relation.-
with accompanied "by proof regard
if her admission were conditions the same are hereby authorized to solemnize the It was, that they were denied representation
1 15G. i. I. DANIEL taxes had been legally assessed and returned, Morally, though not legally, bound together in ,
that do not apply to all the rust alike.- rites of the matrimonial contract. Judges of and they complained of taxation wrthout .
1LEMING & DANIEIL, General, universal suffrage among the colored By Mr. Boutwcll-Do you mean to be under and all the proceedings anterior to the> sale had marriage, with children not entitled to those Probate are also authorized to solemnize the resentabon. [Cheers.] Onao th&'greatprin rep

9 ATTORXKTS AT LAW, people as they are now, would, by our people, stood in your last answer that there is no con been in strict conformity with requirements rights of support, protection and inheritance rites matrimony. I can see no reason why ciples kid downbyour fathers,and which fired

JACKSONVILLE, FLOJUDJf, bo regarded as about as great a political evil as stitutional power in the Government, as at of the statute.A which they would have as the issne of tt Isgal colored persons who are "regubirlyt.crda3nod their hearts,,was,that there hould"ba no ,{izii-|
t tf could befall them. present organized, to exact conditions precedent statute 'of Ncw! York declared that the marriage, and under no parental control, with Ministers of the Gospel in communion with; tion without r pTC cutatfbn. ""' ***

Q.-.If the proposition were to extend the to the restoration to political power of the eleven Jomptrollcr's deed "shall vest in the grantee an no record of their having lived together as husband some Church," may not legally solemnize the 'How,then,, does tlu waiter cttf&d WTidhal

S. M. Q. GARY right of suffrage to those who could read and States that have been in rebellion? absolute estate in fee simple." Those words and wife, and as freemen subject to punishment rites of matrimony As.regular Ministers of tha been usurping power f Who hap 'been jde&at*

ATTOKXEY LAW those who had served in the Union armies, A.-That is my opinion. were held by the Supreme Court to bo merely for fornication and adultery, although as Gospel they occupy the same position in relation in the operation of the Congtftutooo f andvhatno *
AT would that modification affect the action of the Q.-Do you entertain the same opinion in descriptive of the estate which the purchaser in duty bound but continuing the moat sacred to their Churches that white ministers do to' remains to be'dontf.ftf complote"the restoration

<.CALA, XARIOX COVfitl' FLA. State ? references to the amendment to the Constitution would acquire under the statute, when the authority relation of life. This state of things wzs con theirs, and may perform Any religious ceremony of these States'to aQ'their':fbriner'"rdatromf
i'i i-Mcticela the State and Called Bute* Court
;,. 3- A.-t think the people of the State would be abolishing Slavery? of the officer to Bell has been established trary to public morals and public policy andcould authorized by the.laws arid the.rul; r of.tlieir respective under the Fe<*eral Goyerinnt. 4 :I.
I44 i. np unwilling to do mbrfe than they did for restoration A.-I do. I think the States, however, aboljshod by proof that all the requirements of the statute not be permitted, and the legislature made Churches. Under cftir existing Con. finish the great oftteal through: which. yri'Jun*

UANCIS I. WHEATON ; restricted tor limited suflrage would not be slavery'in good faith, as one of the results have been fully complied with. Thcr statute of provisions ofiaw by which.it 'was .thought the stitution and laws, this [is unquestionably. the been passing:? It.ia to s> itrepaL1ti.
so objectionable as general or universal, but it of tho war. Their satisfaction of the Constitutional Indiana provides that the tax deed "shall be evil would be remedied. The act to-which you case- [Cheers.} When we say admit'representath4

A7flRNZY AAW AND SOLICITOR AV is a matter that belongs to the State to regulate. Amendment followed as a consequence.I .- ps-imafacie evidence of the regularity qf the sale." refer was an act of indulgence and protection to The object of the Legislature being plainly what do we mean f .We mean represen&rSba,

crAscFRr.JAcIsONvTiE The question of suflrage, whether universal or do not think there is any constitutional power ThcrKupremo Court of that State decided'in these colored persons, to protect then for a" time to promote or enforce the regular legal marriage in the constitutional and. Ia.adfn"'cic&wwlich

FLA.OJLe restricted, is one of State policy exclusively, as on the part of the Government to have exacted construing this statute, that the deed furnish from the general law against fornication and of th'e persons mentioned in the first section of was understood.at the beginning ff thf

*corer FortytA aitSMarlctt itrtett. they believe. Ihdividuslly, I should not be opposed it as a precedent to their restoration under ed no evidence that the tax had been legally assessed adultery and to.proride' for their regular marriage the act referred to, mere 'technical informalities GaT=ent. :

3>ec. >i tf to a proper system of restricted or limited the Constitution, or to the assumption of their or that it had been duly paid, or that the according to law... t will not invalidate marriage contracted under .: 'The Constitution doclirca? pa- .

w. M. ivss suffrage to this class of our population ; but in places as members of the Union. bind was not exempt from taxation, but that the The first section of ,the act to establish and the directions of this act, unless some substantial' that eachUouse'thz IOWofjtentatives

my judgment it is matter that belongs of constitutional Q.-What in your opinion, is the legal value deed was prima fatie evidence of the regularity enforce the marriage relation between persons of absence of form or evidence shall exist ; 'md the e gtai1LI

ATTOUXEV AND COCK8ELLOR AT LAW, right to the States to regulate exclusively of the laws passed by Congress, and approved of the proceedings''far as the acts of the Collector color, which was approved January 11, 1866, presump
LAKE CITY. FLA, each for itsel But the people of that by the President, in the absence of Senators and are concerned, and not of the precedent and to which reference has been made, provides, the existence of a valid marriage. ftf ifo tarn. ny rriT fj_ Jj frn

Tce.a 0 U State, M I have said, would not willingly, I Representatives from the eleven States? acts necessary to clothe him" with authority to' "That it shall bo required of all the colored in- *Very respectfully, each 1 House to settle-that: -question Wdft

think, do more than they have done for restoration. A.-I do not know what particular laws you sell. The former owner may be relieved in habitants of this State claiming to be living together JNO. B. 'GALBBArm, C/OJlstitution and tinAur tha f>' rrTt ;StTTrtan

C. GILjTS, The only view, in their opinion, that refer to, but my answer generally is, that the equity against an illegal tax sale and conveyance in the relation of husband and'wile, and Attorney GeneraL bath; and .n'welielley. thtiwwH '

ATTORNEY LAn' could possibly justify the war which was carried validity of all laws depend upon their constitu based thereon, by a decree sitting aside the who have not been joined aa 'such agreeably to -.. STIlE admit any member into ha'y psr.ticipate .

Doc-SJ JACKHQmriLLB, FLA. U on:by the Federal Government against them tionality. This is tt qtoration for the Judiciary sale, cancelling the tax deed and perpetually enjoining the laws regulating the same, and who shall within mutually PRESIDENT ON THE SITUATION ; in the legislation of the ccnnfay;

was the idea of indissolubleness of the Union, to determine. My own judgment, whatever the purchaser, and those claiming under desire to continue in that relation, net q alifled 1 They zsre pow -HBjQ

James B. Dawkins, that those wlfehfcld the administration for the might be, would have to conform to the judicial him,from asserting title, making an entry upon nine months from the passage of this act to appear Houses, but one House fox rteeUl. fat ; 4J

ATTOJ15EY' LAW A D TOUCTTOB IXIVh. time.were boond to enforce the execution of the determination of the question. It is a question the bind or otherwise disturbing the title or possession before some person legally authorizedto NO TAXATION- WITHOUT BEPRESEN- tution further,declares that Ito State

}:QI11 1ws&nd maintenance of the integrity of for the Courts to determine. of the complainant. If the tax sale is ilthii perform the marriage ceremony and be regularly TATION.WAsRtc0T02c detirived >f if* MrrffWut fta>MfxthiUnited

17 CAIKZSriLLE.. FLJLEMTL1B ly the Union under the .Constitution; and since o.-Have yen formed any opinion upon that legal. owner may proceed at once to recover joined iu th- holy bonds of matrimony. 8t te without Its ecns"-W; _
that was accomplished, since those woo bad assumed question? possession of his property, irrespectivd of any And it any such person, eitner maie or tamale April, 18.-In reply, to' the ditweeUiuir Ail UIMiT'OedOdI fahLb.. '
the contrary principle, the right of secession A.-I cannot say that I have formed any matured opinion otthe Commissioners upon the regularity after the expiration of the time, limited,in this crowd of soldiers and sailors, assembled at the grjat: worfcofrestoratioaiBlbrthetwQ Boiaea
T. SAB All arid of their The courts ict, Bhall'bo found cohabiting as husband and White House this evening to pay their respects
and the reserved sovereignty of the opinion in reference to any tartkular act validity proceedings. reflectively decida thacroeition.. /
PHYSICIAS 4SJ 8LTE ION, States, had abandoned their cause, and the administration of Congress embraced in the question. are open to the purchaser as well as the former wife and who have not been so joined together, to the Preaidentr Johnson,said i, Oh, bat some one will say, 'a traitor-mlgn*.

J'AcxsoNrILLs, rzDsIDA.OSamaWDcet here was succwsful in maintaining Q.-Assume that Congress shall in this session owner; to both the Commissioners should bo indifferent they and each of them shall bo deemed tobe I confess that, in the peculiar ,condition of coein. The answer to that Jiv each, Hcnalmtist

,ceopni floor,flnt toon on ti thfl idea upon which it was proclaimed and waged in absence"Senators and Representatives guilty of misdemeanor; and upon convictionhall public-affairs, your presence and address give be the judge of it.; and if a-
, sft.- Jan U-3m and the oaly'riew in which they supposed it from the eleven States, pass an act levying taxes The amended act of Feb. 6th, ,1863, declares be subjected to tho paini and penalties prescribed encouragement and confidence to me in my efforts sot its himself I cannot help it. The Lonse kno'

eonldba justified at all, and.when that was accomplished upon all the people of the United States, including "in all cases when the owner of said lots or parcels by the statute for the punishment of for to discharge duties incumbent upon me that ho is a tritot. [Applattie.J': -
M. D., I toy the people olCkorgia supposed the eleven, is it your opinion that such an of ground shall not, on or before the day of nication and adultery. The Jatter .clause of as Chief Magistrate of the' Republic, awl in If he is a torethe'cs kIC-ATSt
PJTT61CIAS A3P, vEoEox their 6tte was immediately'entitled to all act would be constitutional fA. sale, appear in person before the said board of this section merely places coloredpersons'ott the what I hl ve to say I shall address you in the of'Joors and send him backed

JJL TT ATIKO ratura 4 to JaduoovlUe for tha ofbU her righto under the Constitution. \That is my .-I should doubt if it would be. It would commissioners and pay the amount of t aid tax, same'footing'-with white persons in regard to the haracter,of citizens, sailors and .soldiers: (Aplauso -, ] who seal him, Tpa.imistntn.
JSMIAt tks jlectloe ot.hi. p
svicesiotMZrni. a4thps1j.profro, oers opinion of the sentiment of the peopleSjf Georgia certainly, in my opinion, be manifestly unjust with ten per centum interest thereon,. with the offences mentioned in the clause nd is merely a > ,). .. ." [ ] IhanyditJ.abi:
() lit b rm rsn .f Ponyth ad and I do not think they would be wfflijig to and against all ideas of American representative cost advertising the Bam'iyor request tho Same reiteration of the law as it would be without the We are to-day involved ia one- of the most that I [ eerj** nar"raflu, bem.r-1r-&..

Jabs J ck o .,Jaaiiaz7 -UDR. do anything further as a condition 'precedentjlo govemmont. Its constitutionality, however to be struck off to a purchaser for a less sum existence of the act under,consideration. critical and trying sitoationtfthat has occurredeincOtha traitor presents himself to ejthw He** *j I

their being permitted to enjoy.the full ..measureof would be a question for the judiciary to dedd than two-thirds ot the assessed value of the said The question whichryou'state,';arising under Govornmentcrme: into existence that House-sa to him,:'%*
J.: A. S. TODD, their constitutional rights. J only give my. ; and I should bo'willing to abdie by" that several lots or parcels., ground, the-.said commissioners hie first section U, whether or not, according toU nation has still another test to undergo, ana mitted into this.body., (0.bc

JLL.TAB removed to Jacksonville;Fl*..u4 viU coutiuu opinion of the sentiment of the; feople, at the decision, whatever" might be. shall*bo authorized at said sale to bid provisions,.colored persons now living foytlher hat is to give evidence to the' .'nations of thflf deayyotfr pcbpl*thi 'rigat e ; p44 thn -

()ffl li*M prlctfc>4 BooiM of iU np vuin protos4oo InC..I in aD iU OI bruchwi.BUIIdiU& tun$ they. ipected, that'as soon as the Confcderate'cttutf 'Q.i-Jf the eleven States have at present an off the same for the United States at a sum riot _as man and wife" must take out' in regular, earth, and' tufts OWK dtirens, tiia'tit has' power $& they most send" 'Ic'gt! .'

Day str. vhire ho may be found at sil hour BB! MB 'WI' abandoned that immediately the immediate Constitutional right to be represented -, exceeding two-thirds the assessed value" thereof form license to marry, or' whether they can be to'restore eternal unity that it; has strength (cheers.J -' ro1NewYotk'poethas

esgsge. pt. 3-m the States would be brought back; ,into, their in Congress on a footing with the States at unless some person shall bids largop jum,' and awfully united without such license. There is to put down treachery and treason within its p
practical relations with the Government as present reprcsaa** has that been a continuous in'that caEe the'same shall be struck off tithe no doubt but that a',marriage'solemnized by any own borders.. (Cheers.) We have commenced u4 4ewyikr _
Medical !N"ptice."TX'R. constituted. That is what they looked previously right frm the foination; of the Government highest bidder., Under this'act all the sales person legally authorized to perform the ceremoiay a new ordeal, and,:1 trust in OooVthat woiass 'will i' Her old bards.

.A.Jfl. BALDWIN has *ewi wl to d perzna- torfrom the time ollhe admission of the 'new within the Didtrtct of Florida were node. 'The will be as valid and binding upon the parties through; it succsafully. (CheeK.) t 1os8Qm, i liirTi watqmethe _
expected that the State would immediately ,
JLnentry to. They ;
located him lots in JFerriandina sold &r less t.T. nr tw without a license as withone. -This' is well TUI Jderstood I:feel complimented by the alu9ion-'oi 6no erogi -
i L Adanw and L ur atreeu, wbw. h will at allttaMilMtaiad Lave Its Eepreeentatiyei in the House, States rojpcctivelyi oifchaa it been interrupted by were > hew lmnb 'tuBditet luti _
< established law. The license iai directed to the fat that in thtf8eo4tem 1860 mi'iomoboy'
except mpg4I and good faith, M' loyal men war? thirds the assessed,value, without the oVnen apearing as present,, ,
expected in fciA. "
they kit is
nlli. in and .to to authorized Tby lair to and 1861,when the nation wad entering this w] bnes4
person requesting the same be any iemon perform : _
as the term U frequently nsod, (I ,mean .by fit, I think M the the United .B
Cfcngnfexpf < ifc fei t
the ; arid jts| npon him ordeal I rased! hands tre TO. *
struck off to .against ontrei.cieiy ,
a purchaser for< a leas earn than marriage ceremony my
DISK'S loyal to:law acdorder; and to the.Ccautiration,]) Stales did not consent to the witarjhf the ; '
I 'viol t 'tho law and hai
two-thirds of the1 assessed ''valuo ThaCommisoners that .the penalty MU if.Iia traitors at home. [Cheers'and yoraj couple been
the Government under the Constitui V*' \
to copport acceding States it was a continuous right"under % f -V *"
this ; sections "referrod cries I stand hore. nm 11
Ut respect. .iThe .to, Afgood.} to-day to'andmaint.ainiigJh --
were .unanimouf in opinion thattbeisjroceedmgi pro
: *! That the .did 'what ,
was policy I. They; thb .Constitution of.the United States, to bo ex- vides that colored
mtHii persons' living together as man ; tame-positIoflLthatjitth
'It&TcoitMaclii a.a3i.4 i th.L uLbelumng it was tha best wr tho. fcro- tis6ioonAa the aeceding'State reepoctivoly wsrej TaliJ. jUrjca-.further
.pTepat4 to 1untsZMVb1Sl 4*. mnnumta a3L. t tr 4L of contitDtfotyIIbety... Toward the mi4e',known theit readiness to rcauine 'theirfor&OT examination"and;.deliberation' I; am Je4 :to an and" wife hall "appear Wore some person,legal- entmciated.. ..,, [Cheen;_ J- ::I'stand' hara-to-dayopi
sad CroD Manet,ML.!a iit.fcrf imi fence f r:cMn*wyAX tution of the United-State*,a>.they. con political relation*with the Federal opposite concludonl; Whila t&eaer eales were be? 1 authorized to perforni'the marriase.ccrejnony1 posing ; 30Vn SIJ b
i c4 .pf twrn tar made,ciril war prevailed;*a"d The-CommiiiT __j '1fe'regularly joiiiHffifths' holy Tbondiof j jmatnmonjr. theethrnA&th.ce ) '.
ftthegrest m bmmeni node* Coiutitution of '
missioner J6te4 mory.to rela'.the rabelHonj *: There is1 uo" reo iranent madenoHnd :ritano to4a tleiitooiE; ars
much devoted in their itfp
st tM.Ath
< : *; General, ,GpTenu (mttd>oJodthe'rigat'of
fbc.thfloiAaS et inenfat
than:to ateohricapoutrucbcpofthe] direc.1 tax hero fedjl ticqoao, ; ph aTflo''ea
?** biBj.enpe. s myoptnioifM oce6sioaIdo not think ayt\
; des 1 thir'whether1 'B4WVfo/kfV 4I'
act; The ririyelyappearjfront
nxkedZz thty r Krtodto8ocos8ion'inth thfl States attempting: to exercise| it thereby,; MtWBjipassfd; in wnaequence'efhewar ft the atentkarof; ; : ,'' _
: *xaimt4min &fefr ccurely these prin- ,:waa idapted a atnof'wsr,' anti jmatryof wa th.IegMtUie '-.;, i' ,
; tu ) *d ? Lh i ita Tfpifrf'Tir7PT\ti'iw smtfA' that such.a fgqTiiroinent 'should 'bocompliedwith bh144 power.that amM'thebn
T | y .1 established
0. tk4 s.osi. .1 ybmd they Trerenotttoj&wn'inodticg'nth their people abandoned that At-
n acoordinz to ua ire Wded aa4drivea from J
,, ii r-< *t >- P" jJJ &JC&a'S cir uiastancei ;th tI,4fr Mmado. e4tiUI.torceit ,
1. 4' <* /j Jt,..bfQvide9..thalttha DommisaonersBnall 'othetL ectiona.of;this 'Actfbo'WOvttw1l1 tore It dIbRewthae ** '<&*
'b" tt. ?tatsXi .-. a* irtiu.4L thstfjM.n< otnn lie ] t 't1 Th intdit ur .. .
authorized at said late to'bidj off land'fthrttt1 cley -,4'j. 5r.
tveniog with'th*>Jobldngr to fuforc rfevd- fth4p49iI oftbkeleien Stt.ii re9IP.'tire- Th'cton'ofthesaid Actjrek1e "Th'p. .' .- -
StatOI atnsutn, m.t xilin twa. l

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__ -.- WHO CAN TAKE IT. }'LA 'tpril 17,i24 "WVOUtL below the ruling quotation for Southern
:Z- ;.I I _____ IE TEST .j.LAnssEr., x w4? five .
of.J cksonllu Tho-Platte War. OuEP.S Li'rcjcnttAi corrected expteosly toi.T"*><"* **- .
The Itnalnea tn4 Pruupt'ttl The yew York Post, irt an article by no Hik Kotc. oh I tat.t1xttrT7 erownsy.-

Sli&a* of readers have been watching with of tho rabidTradical, touching 'ic/l .rroema1kz 01bo onuor,by Mewr Manning ADeForwt, Bankera, W Fllngnottlww es's' 1 .

i L,giiicialli, iu Ji t;uos, a d Jl season of Many, .our which for moans officers in the Southern States," and the ceand 1ntat,tisvhn declared UI4ThO hiunestO*' Wall*fc; Ifcw York: The brow that thou vwW*wrsMha I.days
ineresttlo progress of the war, nearly eral the State ofortd is alan Sate.. The chord. u4'a '4Th
tL !j uir, ana our city, of couibo, shares in this been waged between the. allied maintenance of the tot oath which it advocates, nd bcnctioah existed to b to rcgmrdcd- .- f 'i; ..................... 13
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MAY A 1R66. should betquarc'.y a year, has that "if there be :no' men m tho'Soutb, S Honorable SccrtfairoT W&riavlng with tb fRkJitnond............ Look nmrr'm*that teofcea 81: -
Uw of aLi1b. But the question and admit J the hhirblchlwretofcra ...... flowtm that Beat*UUt MattcrM tier*
powers of South America, on tho one side, of fulfilling the duties of Federal officers, of the rre u1eni,4 iied, in orders of the Bank ot Berkeley ............... 43 Andstytsstt'wtb.hs.rtrepiVTh My ?
interests capable deal Iredencluburg -' -
J.X.tTiaanrrEi>tToaHOLMES A'1 PRorxErn. met in the minds of all who arc on the other. Beaspnmp, from ordinary and able to subscribe to this (test) oath, it mightrepealit"U iKl,that although the-preajdeut'sTJrOctamaUOfl)towerer,to Bank of ol ChartetoD Commerce,, Charleston..................... 23Bsnkofthe gilWto thy wss4s.sk..1- ,-
!in h 8'kL) AiiwATK EDIT.MUmaat ? and the comparison of relative bo advisable to "change" resort to military tribuwO.In any ca* ...
stand points, Post of HovardriIle..M nrcd................. 38 The"sar1.-iLpfi"usa ttiii1 M -
I and which are not legitimate, that hare tho of the issue,at first,seem for by the Secretary of the Treasury and be sttained through the of medium the State cfdrll of 1 authority* harm; Bank Bank of the Old Dominion.......................... 42ankof1'hihipLI..U By tho.e.uteI.w..o4.4 MV J .
What of the Night I" to hor trade, and general pros- power, problem master General tho Post, however, is of the And the Constitution Inhabitants thereof-arc free: and ...................... 38 Thereat* DOW lying*****
connpiml depress ed of solution, and the common judgement of of Southern Union men, provided that all the and jroperty without Daxikofflockhrdfe............. ......... One*lowne Wodtwecou1d ), "All Is volT; but peril y. lAo otliers of her cftizcns, we are entitled easy belief, from assurance the South ihall enjoy the right"s of penon Bank of Rotkintiham....... ................. .t '
that the allied having so is abundance of men in of color;
observers was powers there nd to their jtoeT
that an ire'jon*, ,
in ad! State, and jofSeottoyiIle..secUrtd.3 Sat they ,
facts do out 'warrant this auran !., is nsoIOB to our opinions, and as journalists we shall who honestly subscribe UlAnd the Comrtabtbnr now organized .. ............ and
much the advantage in resources, numbers of inhabitants to fill all federal offices, can pc-o.Iein wneral, "well and loyally 4i- hank of the Valley.... ...".. ... A mass*f i alas an urn-
for to hut their ixpicsathom fearlessly, yet courteously, and the test oath and, therefore, that it the f fllocr8 and Conrtrtirttonand the !laws can be Bank Virginia......?..... ... .. A few smkn trtres,a-broken vase,. .
aji intelligent people cycoto and of soldiers in the field, would to ; tho poel so that the therein chil authoilty, BankofViixhe................................. 73 To tell to.uoye,"taorV*no return."
them for reflection for our poodle. should be adhered to in order to strengthen iBtafned and en'orccd by proper .- ..
great practical facts, vhich deeply concern leave as eubjocts from the soil Central Back of Virginia....secured
soon drive the armies of Paraguay loyalist of the South with the mass oi mo people State or 1Cd5 ; Corporation AlexandrU....*. ** Then take.tiq ofleredflowen aw f,
them, and look forward with a comtJaisant, of the alias and in so doing push the Paraguay- there and to appoint them to federal offices And the MU entitled,"An civil Act lights protect, allperjonimthe to Danville Bank.Uanvlll.......... 24 Nor wreaths mo With the FJt*ennrnIthankthee >
in their
United Mate ............... 37 '
dntmy expectation, MicauLer-like, that eoraoftfog "We are decidedly of opinion that there have It well in this immediate vindication." having become a law,- Exchange Bank:of Virginia, Norfolk -fcotUwueaiwt ataf
distomfeited that" maybe their .
do .
crippled to
p-ns back upon their territory so is just means Farmers' Bank of 38 To DfalB,totes back ten*my $ -- .
good "will torn ," when a vindictive been and still are causes in operation which arc connection to re-produce the test oath : It to therefore ordered as follow: 37
up enabled to under military Farmers' Bank of Virginia
and demoralized, as to be affirm) that I. All txntons, In this Dti rtmciit,now .......' ... Tho'kind ti< word* thy friendship bring,
chain them and vhkh. should'to rented by "I A. B. do solemnly swear (or the civil authorities for Merchants BankI.ynchburg.
is to
riveting ? not legitimate ehiUl be turned over
energetic upon avroit.
power .. .. 59 csva'st Aot ufce the fldww>s-Uaow'
their territory and speedily conquor a borne against the to military law. Montlccllo Bank....... .. .' Thou
Prominent run over I have never voluntarily arms trivl, except soldiers and those subject ........... .. su fling "" '
lioundM if Memory
at they lie under their delusions, as qieU the force public opinion, possible. detained Hp'3al in-tliwestcm Bank, JenVrsmmUe. i The-gehMwhjca
_ peace. But in this instance, as well as many United States since I have been a citizen thereof; ant such oUier person bo*uvtued us haH from 1*these Headquarters.II. by Southwestern Bank. Wythesvdle.................. W Around file past,-now prace the tomb.

_ Kurnpam did under the Syren uicluuituicntcfDalOah. among these are : others, the truth ia made solicnt that "tho battle that I have voluntarily given no aideountcnance, Orders. In hereafter Juture, Commander to of Districts and Touts will Traders' Bank, 30 Jacksonville, Mel 3d, 1865. -

1st. Exoibitantrcnta. Landlords have taken counsel, or encouragement to persons engaged in when rwiuwtpj, a.-wifctthe raimrtcnal officers of the civil SOUTH CAROLINA.
Oontlittio al it -it tho necessities of the is not always to the strong. armed hostility thereto; that I have neither authorities m ranking arrests; but will arnst no citizen Fear. MA11INENEWS.
_ _. wriM* $ fofemaicnt font vantage of the wants of There are always causes in operation when it attempted to exercise on their own order, except in the abKcm-e of the prop.reiil Bonk of Cape 20
-- '&thing! of history-. Tho American Itcpuhlic lo and that at a timo when they are least sought nor accepted nor authoiitica or upon their nc'lett or refusal to pt-r- Bank of 5
jwo] and resources officer whatever, under any such miles the Bank of Clarendon. A.r
results that great forces superior the functions of any f 01 m their dune j and in all cases, circiimntance 13
North America-the grand experiment of tho ablo to stand the pressure,of demanding rents for those that are feebler authority or pretended authroity in hostility *o provided for in Paragraph III esNt, they Bank of of Commerce 8 '
fail to crush or overcome Bank
the arrested to the
tas followod tho of that I have not yielded a voluntary will immediately turn over pcrnona .......... j.< m w i
Pgbtoth Century court that the United States Bank of L ng1on Ij
which aEbrd sum -
____ houses, &c, an and less. In the Plate war these causes have cnil tuithunticH.III. Cun l.na. 33 April -rtnirt ComnapoBtaii. Crocker, (chIsstoei
government, of Xorth >
_ history of all Brjmhlics that have proceeded it I IIt would have been dnwnadj a few years ago, as b> been prominently observable. It is one of the support to or any constitution pretended within the tni- apeiit.of Should the Vm-ameuV any crv or Huronn cases arU or*a fnwhiih CommandiT acitiz-n of a, Bark Bank of Wadeborooirh............................ IS la U. 8.SO Qusrtsrmsstef.-IX 8.4maboat.TacouTTmpJ- Poet BoyaLMay
authority April
_ has had its rise, progress, decline and /<:#._ ing nut far from the value of the property in fee inevitable result of allied combinations, ted States,,power hostile or inimical thcicto. And I l>tliHt, or l'cit, t-lLiUtlci will that justice will,net icoit tedouc ouch Bank B uik of of Washington..4............ l- tcejncr General SbefH-r. Bo'-, EntrrprUr,

_ nSLepca ia mightier lljin llio sword, for what simple. This has borne upon tho roe jarres, that there will bo distrust, jealousies, lack of unit do farther swear (or tiffiim) that to the best of case before or a CIIM-P civil,tiiUiniil together, they' Uli nfliduv ieo its showing lively the ne x>
the latter has faflod to do the former has accomplished. and ability, I will support and for military intem ntion, to tlce llemlqnaiteis, for ( ... aborted to J 8. Biunmi 4c Oo.
_ and capital of many industrious and and of and often treachery, my knowledge Varmors* hank of orth Curofina............ ... 21 carjco *
energy ; / of action purpose, defend tho Constitution of the United States cont>itlc mtirn nnd the ueceary attion. Merchants' Bank of Xcubern...................... 40 May 3-aU m f Pyr !.n..Shore, Tuck r, &vanaoh,
seriously impede IV. (ncr.il Or'lers Xo. 4, C.S., from thcceHeadquarters ... .................. mdse and pasnengei to r. LflDDIC.
thrifty persons. which, singly or collectively, all enemies foreign and domestic; that I Bank of Boxnoro'........ ... -
against urc hcielij re'oke.i.fly ........... jp May 3- tenner EmUie, Beaufort. Charleston,mdse.
When tho annicn of Lee and Johnson mrrcndcred. brick Minert. and 11nntrs Uwnfc.......... -
2nd. Tho restriction of building only success. Such causes have been in operation n ill lirar Imn faith and allecianco to the same; comimmd of MiJ. Csc. .T. O.CHAS.. Fosca: Bank of'lLomas\ille............................... -3SOUTII and paasengn to ).Mbbta. .
American liberty Beenifd to lie as safe without MCXDEE, dt Mnei- L Mary; Ward, St. Augustine; to
of the an ordinance Republic that I take this obligation freely any
m hou in certain localities city by among the allied powers of the Augentino OFFICIAL: Ert. II.IK G .n. & .%. A. O.lrom CAUOL1NA. U.8.Quartetin3'tr.

_ then in the South, as it was felt to lo in the in force, has prevented tho improvement while the feebler against which mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and Bank of Camd................................... 40 3fsy 4-Ova. Ortnt, Co&klin, Kor York assorte,(
North for the clash of hod not distroj od power that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties [ the Atlntn, Off., Sew Esa.] liankof harlcnton............................... 19; cargo to Ilazurd ; arms ; of the and driven capital from her, and still has been vigilant ................ 18'
city, they have been contending of the office on which I am about to enter, Bank of Checter................ .. -
)Jut it waa then, fanaticism, foiled, concentrated of this SECTIONAL FEELINGS. Bank of Gc-orxeiown............................... 21 .
opposes a barrier to the entrance great active, energetic, patriotic and enduring; presenting so help me God. B.nkof11anhurg................................. 18 ApriI30-nct>oonerD. E. VTtiU Date, 2Tr. .Y. k-
her energies in tho forum, and seizing upon the lever of a community's prosperity.3d. assemblage of virtues in unity of a What honest man-we ask-of fit capacity to Ours has been a singular history.We .- hank of Xewbory................................. 42 Smith Oomuut *. Hallidar. ;-
infernal of delusion an of the Federal offices in the have hopes that reason and justice Bank of South tiaiolmaOldlfi'ueP.ipkoftheSt.ifi'orV............................ II May 1-U. 8. rnboatTacon7t,Tempts,Pert Royitl.Maa .
elaborated her
tripod, Fpcll The pernicious railroad system, upon, noble and patriotic purpose, which has made fill the greater part uth Carolina..... 18 : nchooniT: J. II.Conner,Wilson Bo3>o-Z.8.

over the minds millions thrown off guard over of of the depVnds Southern States, however much ho may have may yet assert their supremacy and Commercial rnk, CO'IT.I-T....................... 20 -
which so much the prosperity city tho Paraguayans formidable, and, at the latest been opposed to secession; however strong may that the nation its trials Farmers' sn.1 EscliaJlechant'p : .-- ........ ........ .-.-. '3 May ctesme Sylran Shore.Tuekai-Y.DbZe.
their rights, whilo rejoicing over tho return of together with the bad management of to mdio them successful in the havo been his desire throughout tho struggle for purified by Chci. w................................ rreoplesBank May 4-eteemer EmUie- Beaufort, Cbarlerton-F.
land riven tho thnnder- ad\icu, promise will enter upon a career of increased ...................................... Dibble.Gait..
ppace to a BO letely by that system even as it exists. defence of their territory, aV.d their cause, in the the restoration of tho Union as it was before the I'lanlers UanS. Jr"lirrleM.......................... ma
bolta of war. It was then that the weary political demand for real rupture, is prepared to swear that "ho has voluntarily prosperity, strength and glory. IMau'ers r.nd! ?le-iisn. l.auk.................... 20 ConMn.-of Bfhr. Gen. Grant,arrrrM Tmtfn&y
4th. The unreasonably high no aid, countenance, counsel or But thero are serious causes for appre Southwestern Ttaiirord..............- .............. 43 from New York, .rrporU that a2Slhalu,kfcU in witi
asaasin Grocley, the vengoful Sumncr, the estate in the city especially unimproved proper end.It is true that the allied have driven given in armed hostility State Bank......................................' whootter O. A.. Dais,of BaratUble, bonwd from. X.w
adroit destroyer Stephens, and tho tiger \Vaie, powers encouragement to persons engaged hension. There is enough of danger in Union Bank..................................... 62 York to SavannaV w a, erT leaky cfltSm-bad been
ty, which i'loots it beyond the means of a large the Paraguayans from their soil,back into the to the United States?" Who will come the present to bid us watch and pray. GEORGIA.Auuf'a leaking far *ror t r -had four fcet of intir Ja hoU.
EteathDy sprang upon their unsuspecting: prf-y, have forward and that they can confceicntiously Capt. C. "In W bj" tho Dan for nm day,ISI be MirerH-
majority of the enterprising masses borders of their own territory ; but it is equally say :Now as heretofore, sectional jealousy Tnsuranrp and Banking Company.*....... 7 ed in iiU of Booafort Bay, S. tJm Irak-
S and tabbod American constitutional gournmunt sought and would seek to purchase and build up true that that border is well guarded by the subscribe, under oath, to such a dedaration ?- in the disturber of Bank of Austin!.!................................... 40< jug m badly getting when lie'Ieft her.
The fart is, the struggle for independence on the ono great our peace.If Bank of Atlicp1.-.*. 42
to the heart. This, fur which blood the city. river Parana, which they hero made formidable of the Southern States after 1861, involved, that removed what could harm Bank of Columbus...............................- 18 Miy PosMiy4th-WInd. : W. X. "W.Tcr .
had been shed to float the American part were B.irk Commerce................................. -
enough To the true lover of the city's prosperity the by their batteries and naval resources, and in ono way or tho other, the whole manhood and ,.C9 Bank or Fulton.................................... 38 P.As9rrQs: ,
navy, and sighs enough cxjicndod to waft it question naturally ariree is there no remedy and still intelligence of the Southern people ; and no men Bank of the Kinpue Mate......................... 23
; that at that line they have kept, keep But who remove it ? In what utramcjSrJifan Shore, from Savanna h-P. Vott,
pan Mid-lie ............................ 87
devotion to secure Bank Georgia
around the world, a conclave of bold, Lad nn-n for these evils f Wo think there is, and sug- the allied forces at bey. labored with more bravery or measure shall we find a rt'metly for this Bank JiMftnnah................................. 39B Mv,'. Smith J. Dart, M Morris, B Duraett-!* Mastic.,
of the than tho leader and the MIHH Julia Fiohor.B Warren J K I.yon, C U Prtms V
the success cause .......................
had tho will and the povur to dt lroy, even gpbt that that remedy lios in the proper forma For these to attempt a passage, under the circumstances masses oi the Union party, including those evil that so seriously affects its ? The Central ink of Railroad the Stix c Binking of Gcor,Compiny! ............... 5-a J OOMOII L if MutUir, 11 Andrew*, F J Clark,J Koc.J

while it wa cncin-led withaccrdonof protecting tion and expression of Public Opinion wcajiOn which guard and control that liver, who in the outset believed secession to lo wrong man who can devise something by which Pity Bank of Auu"ta.............................. 25 Austin Funanus., The*:Urwaac- J II Ochus, J B Johnston IL
.. .
FaiavrH and Sleebaics' Bank... ... ... .. 11
evrords. How wonderful arc tho evolutions of all conquoiablo and ever irresistible. But is to subject them to eminent danger of destruction in every "nsc. Their section, by no fault of this cause discord will bo removed, OVor-ia Rai'roal: arid BankitigComiuny............ 94

events and the records of history correct these abuses ? theirs, but ad they believed through the impolicy Miruif! Bv-k...................................... 8* City Ordinances.Ax
how can public opinion by detail; and to concentrate and of others had been drawn into the vortex of a will be a benefactor indeed. No mere Miihani"? Bank.................................. 11
All is not wclll The American Congress The first juisc we have stated becomes necessarily force battle on a largo scale scorns to bo impracticable. and all their naturally temporising will accomplish itThat Meithant aiid I'l.U'toru'liank..................... 6I'lantcis' ORDISASC TO AE- js OaDtsixcs zrrm."As .
sympathies -
dread civil war, Bank................................... 16 OIUUUJCK heqr.ati.a .lUTkou or -
which properly means, tho unlramnicLkxl Ileproscntatives demolished, by the removal of the second, Meanwhile, sickness, desertion, inter -wf ro thoroughly roused and given as freely has been often tried, and it but aggra- *nml>cr Cdtters Lank.: .............................. 51tik. Tows." ? :: V

of aU of the States of the Union iiul our propV anJ authoritir sJiaidd well comultrtltit. nal disscntions, and demoralization are doing as was theoblooa subsequently, in so many instances vaf'i: the matter. Tnton I lie it OrJaiatJ by the Jfjfar and Mltrm* o/iA
ilanuSnturers 20 City of JacktonttZc; That the Ordinance entit'ci "AaOroinaocc
has been, in violation of the diart of Am op can The Vtird cause can bo removed, if the their fatal work among the soldiers of tho allies : on the battlefield. Of tl"a class we This sectional feeling existed before ALABAMA Kc-zulatrag l"at:J>!ls of the Town" U and U* -
need mcnH'i to Tennessooans, only Generals M uuifndc4 follow: In line
name herebf seven from
liberties, emasculated into a representation of proper spirit of conciliation, public spirit, and while, on the other hand, the Paraguay army, Zolllcofllr and Hatton. Lt Gen. Early, of Virginia the adoption of the Constitution of the B.vnkof ... 80 the bottom of said Oninan( >- fetsrccn the word"subeti- -'

portion only of those StatoK, and that portion is patriotism will bo allowed to take ascendency though suffering many hardships and privations, mho left the country and went forth a voluntary Uuitcd .States. The Northern States Bank of M nt:\.onicry.............................. 42 00Bankorselm shall tutc"'and iiHH.TtevIxoci"tryo.V the the word woirf"to,"rot be exceeding"approved by ottromnif the Mar

swayed by a Directory of fifteen of its members, over selfithncss, and contracted policy, for a stand "bhidd to shicld"and shoulder to bhpuld- CMO! rather than seek amnesty, as a were then slavelioldiug colonies, and Connicrrial Buik-.. 42 in lute live frm (hu bottom m said Ordinante,be and the -

who Li its turn, is the "man of etraV' cf Iliad common good. Sound doscrction of owners of member of the sovereign convention of his State consequently slavery had nothing to do Cential .. .. .. ..... 42 same ia hereby iidljrcLcn out from said Ordinance, aal
cr upon their own soil, with indomitable spirit resolution Ei'tern iJ ii4H..*.**.. ..* ... ..* .. 47 the word"threexcarruu to line five from the bottom
opi-ose-d the ordinance with the utmost ; ............................. 55
Stephens.Ttc real estate, should remove the fourth. If these and make it with it. It was a sectional feeling that Korthein B.ink of saiJ Ordinance,i>e and the same is hereby altered soastoread"tenrr.ndimmediatelyatterthaword'dsl.
oneness ofpuip *e. and even after it had passed, sought to Southern .... 80 ..
_ ) attempted effort to fasten upon the country hindrances bo not removed, our city is destined This state of affairs changes the whole aspect nu. .ttoiy by a legihLitivo device. Yet when existed wholly and entirely without reference TENWESSEE. Iur," occurring line foot from lottoot of a U Ordinance

the late Frcodmcn's Bureau Bill, as but tic lo lw a mere well-to-do lumber depot in the future which the war first presented. Blunders of their foiled in that, and his State was finally cut loose to slavery. In course of time, Bank Tennessee, old issn?....................... 30 ,the wordd,"and cent,"be and the came are hereby

from its relations with the Federal Union, ho at the Noithcin States abolished .4 new bjue...................... .. insertedandthtthewordatthedi.cret2onoftheIntenbnt "
of but removed and tluit she will slavery also in line four from the bottom
throwing np straws to ascertain wbiei way : at once, generals, fatal delays, and contentions, have of the VlRnters' Bank of 56 occnrmg,
the wind blew and satisfied that Faring forward to a career of prosperity which once took service under the authorities because it was not profitable to them. Union Bank of Xu-Oiville.......................... S5 of said Ordhwnccy ho and the same are hereby tririkra
; by experiment wrought irretrievable injury to the allies, while land of his birth-atid no man gave moro zealous Bonk of Chnttanoo-.............................. K ont from *kl Ordinance,and in place thereof, the words -
that tho masses of tho Northern people no competition can hereafter disturb. promptness, boldness, and dexterity on the part sen-ice than he. Blood is stronger than Wo retained it. That was seized upon, Commerce...................... 40 "and toitaod comraitled 1UeVWL until the came he aId." boan1
dumberod over their rights, the Civil Rights We respectfully commend these thoughts, of the officers of the Panuyuayan armies, have water," \vc hll know, and in times like those and from that date to this the negro has "u KnuxMlle Memphis ...-40 85u Adoittud Bam ApriL are 2 Ith 181*.

MO have * Bill was speedily concocted and perfect od, to accomplish hnrriodly and crudely expressed, to tho calm and Fa-Mai them from the ruin v.liich, at ono time, so the natives paf of the South not to sympathize heart whites North South. Pan iliddlc*.Tenntcee. '... 85 45 : 11oLMFJ STTEtK, Maox..t .

the real purpose adroitly screened in thoughtful consideration of the poorlc. clearly threatened; and these armies stand now, and soul with in of which tho or The negro the Union.*.. 95
a rawo support question was moro available than all West Tcnrcvee.......................... 40 Oantx.trznscttxriro bcxx'rs,ac.
the distance, the radicrl nrolufion rf the ffcttfux unconqucrcd and undismayed, guarding with entire flower of the South were in arms, show Buck's Bank. 90 Ordinance 1, Kognlatiiiff License&e.

of tl* American tystctnof HtpuUican goccnunmt, BISHOP ANDREW. FUCCCSS tho portals of their country. The Plato ing on every fkld a valor, combined with mar others to the politician. It was a tangible I'lty iKtiin.*....*.....**..>tt......**..**......*..* vUConisncrvlal 8r.c. 1. Be it Oidaied.by the itiyir D.n&and scr AUtrmenUie Ibis 4ai.if,
There few if indeed thoSouth tial aptitudes that won for the men of the South something that could le presented B nV. 90 dry. '
without tho firing of a gun, or the drawing of aword. aro names, any, war is still problematieal. the admiration and of the Merchant*'.Bank.......................... 45i no sci-son or i noiin,or aMocuttiona of prrrona,.Li
And they have accomplished their ob- whose mention thrill moro upon the -_____-.. respect sympathy to the masses. North, the de-signing I i Northern Bank.............................. 90 engaged in canTln.f on or prosccntKijT within the limit
(ivilizod woild.-Cluirt $ ('ompnx*. Ococc Bank. 30 of said city any of the trade,oocnpatioB or profbtnton
jec$, and its etarlling and solemn results arc soon hearts of tons of thousands of admirers and Report of the Reconstruction politician couttrnnt to millions of human Bank of frhcltyillc............................... 75 lentioneci and wt fovth in ee.2d of this Ordinance,until -

to come to the very doors of a iKJOplc, onco tho friends, than the honored and adi
AximLwof the Methodist Conference. of Southern task-masters. The bound bhe or they shall pay the sum prescribed by
freest and blest of Earth. It is
useless to talk clip from the Savannah Jit tall and .V
cf the President's attitude; noble and true as ho To an intellect of rare force and vigor, ho has the Washington telegram giving that the less of his imagination lay before Bank of America...................120 SEC 3d. Any.rcrnon or pewons, who shall jnale fcr
added cultivation of paper Tho now tax-bill reduces the taxes him, and what he Ikiled to find in real Bonk Lmilxiaiia.......... 49lUwikofXew bale, 1'hOttr.rahL or Ficturew, taken by the acts rf
has proven to constitutional obligations. Xorcan a high order, with all tho report of tho Itoponatmetion Committee, which Orleans......................... 70 Iiht. Lall pay 6* aa annual Licnuc, |2V 00...
purity of character, and Christian graces that entwine 175000000. life, ho could manufacture to order.- Canal Bank............. 93Cit.zcn l'rivate Ioacdir4ltuures are hcbj Iass&I sa bb.Iient .
we see hope in the people of tho North; thrir is to bo found elsewhere. This report may bo Women took the Bank............................... WtCrovont ;i* !o1o1:
elections show that 1hv aro for the Directory! around the chrracter of an imasumiiu and fairly t-or.etruo aa oontrtm'njj the ultimatum of It is said that 40,000 arms are being up Jute and cry. As C'i'y' .................................. 75 ut (,*.a*'.................................
-,. ---- humble iliowcr cf tho Cross. Ho has led in 'they spoke of the "poor African their Loulxlatta State COMrchnnv 2dCtise.......... ..........................
Government against the good old one of their the Radicals offered to the Southern States. taken month in Missouri un- .. .....500Froeuinl .
up every and Traders litnk............ ........ 95 3.1 Cta*, -
methodism of the old Conference and afterwards iltvo J lavtr hearts filled( with symmthv. until, by ......... COpji'hern ucb house, entertaining Ir than
Atfoe/I that *
(ahen. For the priettfye of having their Ounaiure uuJ 4O>v ** tno mere lorco or nitpuKo 6 .MtT'-h.-.nls- -.,-,'...-.-Brnk-..-.-....- ..------.--.-----....-.-......... Th5_ _.-<. lio...I > iiiceiro.: isoardpg

It cannot bo denied that tho country is in u of the Methodist Conference South, prominently, Representatives to tako their seats in Congreis; The aggregate of sales at A. T. Stew them saw in the negro the bean, many indealof Union Bank.Itank..........................................075.120 Ilotte.llote'fl or Piitlic- Hoo cs doinr. a rerntaQcnt and trao* -

worse condition to-day, than immediately after and usefully, for a long period of years. Ho has and for the late revolutionary States to resume art's pstiblishmeuts last year was $SO-, their heart's desire. Thorn was a STATE BOXDS AND COUPONS.A"r "icnt bti-inoiw,arc hereby cluaoifivu.and to be Ikanayln

had no superiors, and perhaps few equals, as an their relation to the Federal Government the !) ?.iia Ponds.... foV>Trii:
the war. Then the North was triumphant that 000,000. companion picture for this in the South f7 to fsCaionu Kt Cias. $ }

efficient pulpit orator and teacher of things sacred Committee modestly requires will ho coiih }'Lt'IL Bomls..............C5 to 70 :&IChts.-.................. ........
as by
it had, at it tirppotfd, saved the Union, while the in of his denomination. S'jcn lie who never changes any of his Crimination North brought forth recrimination Nt.r9i f'.in.l.na Bonds. to 8.e 3dCa: .....................................
South or out We believe, this that universal suf- ) ItLC:4.';!'* IX>ma. to 85It
the failure of report, they accept n&ro South
,though mourning over her if opinions, never corrects any of his mis ,and hro, too, the inevitable t'tELtii1(1 ................................ *)tolO.Wto > oL. 5- -
great cause, bowed to the stroke of fate, lilu w o rocolloi correctly, that it was in his person fragethc di franchiscmontof perhapsninetcntLs takes. negro a.-, the their.o of even- stump rtns-c 1OUJ ............................,. 91 Phj cic-Juis SOTS eon and I>- *,._...,.... 00AMnmejK
that religion received its first stab from the t'our-ellori eat Solicitors,....... U nalixjt '
true mm, and soothed the groat anguish of her of the white population of thas-j States for several IIow his when speaker, of every editor, and of uvtiyRtreitbrawler from Tii-a'.o\uPan.Ii J uly, 1!>01, 'cre d.CityofP.nanmUiBoi.dii 1-ought. with Coupon, and Shoe NJ.kcrm or C.Mer*,.. .-....... 5 OInsuriiDce
hand of fanaticism can a man keep temper .
because when tho
heart, by the reflection that the Constitution of Mcthodrt hlavcry, years, with unlimited proscription of every ho is quite out of it? llowas everywhere- present ........................SO to 82 kerf,...,.Jbxprvn.........,.Claim.......or...Land....-..Agttit10.-.'........ 10iKRarl 0>fBi > -

their fathers night bo permitted to stand with. general Confcranco of the United man, who held Legislative, Executive, Judit ial, ; v.hat.n-er !* un y have been thrown City: ot Au, ii-ts Ororsia......................75 to SO
States I'hari.-s'on City; M x.k.........................60 to 62 25 CO
out further violation. Who that has read the arraigned him as a Bishop, because he or foreign position under tho Government of the Carbonic afi-'l has been brought to in fur embelHshmc'i't, the negro! was the New Oiltanj I i''y 1{. 1(. II>IKK.................75 to 80 Journevman., Ful warding I'si'iera and,...Com'sion...-......Mcnh'ntis.......... 5 Oil

was a slave owner. boar the cattle IIow often fi'y i ilcm.lw| eihL t.'r St. Ten.................60 to 65itvOlorajIiin Tarlors ......................... iOOSione
Civil Act -which! Late Confederate States or of tho Southern State against plague. staple. have we heard read Journeyman ,
Bight wo published in out Ho has old and in his : K.-Mlioa/l........................57 to 62 <>r Marble Cutter,..................... 10 00Allpcri
grown snporanuatod and commented City ilamphis Munidi.:.... W to fct)
fane of last week, can fail to see that wo )um dovotion to Methodism and works and in governments.It A distinguished teacher defines genius upon by public speakera l-a\anj'ah CM11<.ns............................SO to .. n.
no longer a government of Constitutional chink good ; is quito probable that this diabolical scheme to bo the power of making efforts.If South, the fiendish threats <-f Northern -Uij'iirU C'uKjions............................75 to 8Ooup a ckomith shop to carry....on....the..-butae........*...........vi.. 1009
consequence of feeble old ago, at tho bite general abolitionists ? Wo believe Mcaut hi ( iU".............................75 to 80C'oupo'is. \VoTchea and
Watchmakers and
and balances, but that it ia now government will pass the present Congress, over a veto of the verily that Niutli Caroliua .......................55 to COTvrines.ee Repairers
is in ................................ 10fT.'hcvIrigUtu
Conference held New Orleans a man "steeped Jeweiry
at he asked to poverty
but for .r.
faction, and i is rapidly drifting to one of unapoafi&blo President, and seething in the hell-hot vindic- the internperathlanguan.eofthco Couprns............................60 to 62 ,............................... SCO fr
won't it take all the of Ueorti '.............................. 75Virjrinu
out :
bo tho retired list. His farewell to strength dreamers North It fUiooa ..................... SCO2a
placed on that but for the C'assKating *,
tivcncss of fanaticism it is threats
despotism. cowardly designed to Conpf-ni"..............................35 to 40 ...........-.......... .1000Mhlcet
All is not well The social foundations of the that body touched the sensibilities of all present, IKS sent around to the excluded States, to excite him ? of such men as Giddings, Eurlingame, South C.uotmalUilroikd Bonds................KOto .. Ilorue Eating IIou.-cN............... MOD .4
Savannah end Charleston ...... .. .
lust 40 to .
Hortga e Fuh1iera of Kewi .................. 20OJ
cormtry are broken up, as by a moral tarthquakethoiupremscyof ; when every eye poured forth its testimony of opposition and foment strive; or, in cowardly It is ploasanter to get a smack from Stevens and Sumner, the people of the ** tXNX nd ilorig--....... to .. Editors of Xewti-jpres r peps.,and in ca'e*where the

sorrow and love, in copious tears. ubutisio to receive the chains that tyranny and a Oman's lips than from a man's South never could have been induced to Mon jomery and West Point Itallroad Bonds..65 to 70Na name of the 1:Ator docs not appcr,the lub-
law ia subverted the h\ittt! aid (.hattanoo endo. K. R. Bnnds..75 to 80
; nature* 11 her a.}4itor.-..*....-..-............. JOO1jaula.T
olgacti, and for which tho There is a moral grandeur and beauty in the mplacablo enmity havo forged in the very wan- hand. appeal to arms. These threats, aggressive Memphis and Oh irleVon em'o. IL R. 1ozid'....73 to 80 or:Broken,: ....................... 50onTobaceonbrjor
purposes government Mobile and Ohio K. 1L Sterling Bonds..........C5 to 70 .... 500CUeuIar8av
lifo of such men as Bishop Andrews, before tonnces of oppression. The Southern State that there, were used as defensive weapons ......................55 to COA SegnrMakes----------.
of the United States was established, have been There is a good deal of fermentation Coupons MiU-,. ....................... 5000
which sinner bow down in hero and with them rallied Saw ........... .........WO no -
defeated the as wo are, wo respect could tank so low in the abyem of degradation, we the -5-- Two Gang MHK.- :
of States
; rights which were once about the uso of malt liquors. for the and people war.1..t but po
reverence. as to accept such terms would richly merit the war
"Eternal Mater Mj.-on.-s Ma ter esarpenter and Builders
ao potent, are now moro myths; vigilance -, ,_ oFer. Those who are in business the most could have followed all this ? In the l lad t night, on a gambling house, and captured ,.........-....->- ....wv-.....-..-....-. .. 1500
,** which"is the price of liberty," slumbers The Florida Times. perdition they thirtj-fire men, and ell the implinnents of the coucern. All mechanic not above mentioned........... 500Manufiictaren
is sharp generally get the most blunt. struggle wo failed, and the struggle ended .-Kx. of Suda Jlivcral Water,..... 10 00
All well
not Wo saw last week's number of the Tunes at The Baltimore Fair. the seeming contention Gni Mills, for each run of Stoaca,...... .... 10 mAuctioneerj.
Who do children hate the most. The cause was .................................. 9000Kcctifver
The Test Oath too late an hour to make note of the change The ladies of Baltimore held in that city recently mothers that bore them. removed, and many persons, -fm both DiED.-.tt. S St.Nl&hoa. near JarksonvOle, Flaxen ,Written Or Brewers ot Spirituous

which has taken place in its publication sections ThnrsiUy, April 3fi, ISCfi, G OKOF AN*. Cu3cnascd 34 or M.ilt L iUors,....... ................... 15 00
ThOTeoommcndation of the President,to Congress again a Fair for the noble purpose of affording supposed thatjo1'r cdom rears. ifr. Clinoh was the youngest son of the late Lrvcry Stable Keeper- -...-................2000
and editorial mannagemenL In that number relief to those of the South whom the fortune A largo mooting was held at Cincinnati of the negro wo woul 0pgp* General Cincan L. Clinch, and came to this State only a Soda Fountain'each-...................... 10WBowling.Vibest'
that the "k t oath" be modified, in order '" guaranty fcw years rlnee, hoping to derive frcni its climate the ............................ 3000
that could bo found in the appeared the withdrawal cards of IL W. B. of war had left destitute and suffering, as is unhappily on the 19th, at which $600.000 for future quiety ;'ord e>' harmony.This U-netit which some years of travel in the East had foiled Billiard Tables,;uacb-- ,.., .-...v.......... 2000

competent persons Hodgson, the Proprietor, and J. C. Groeley, editor the in of those States were subscribed as aid to the Cincm- would have been realized had the to dve. Although the reveritv of his disease was mitlp Telegraph Operators...........-...-........... 400
Southern States to fill necessary Federal offices, case many portions Committee of the and publisher. The brief connection of the over which the armies of both contending hosts natti and Chattanooga Railroad. negro been the real cause of our trouble. yield todJmac or the hc*{ rredical advice,and among All per-oiu regularly engaged ia the llihiBgbiminesn -
waa referred to the Judiciary tiejMU d'ed > u-seEt' nursed and for hood. ..-.-........... 10 OO
'ater with the Times conduced much to Ho: is free. He where ho vaoa ;c nr carefully tend a lively .v.-- -
HcttM Representatives. This Committee re- makingit passed, leaving ruin and desolation in their path. The ox-Confedorato Commodore J. 0. goes listeth ; 4cI1Itou to whom be was r.ost dear. ilr.Clinch had Lotteries or Gift Enterprises per diem......- 10 OO

a more pleasant neighbor to the Utn'ott, and The result is said to have been eminently successful. Johnson has become ono of the ho lives under his own vine and fla mticrt u-, and tho'jch romlngr a stranger he Retailers Spirituous or Malt Liquors,......10000
that U would bo inexpedient proprietors b4bt1'ead ttraeif to u gentle !
ported-recently, uy manner,
cavo promise of good neighborship. Ho retires The following letter to the Governor cf and editors of tho Mobile Tribune. tree, (in theory.) IIo prowls in <$& 5es uf *....r.i.nd thoe"of us who knew and wise,.....,.............w.i.............. 5Vet.
to modify the oath, inasmuch as there are tlious- of the OVcd him, ha4 Iined that there Sac.3d. *who shall ewpir in
with the 'ig .t good wishes of the Udsn.Mr. y vicinity exposed henroostor were yet years of Any person or person
for itself beside which tendered
audi of loyal men in the South who can take Georgia, speaks ; New Orleans has increased its nsrtulnMs before him. To Ids sMcken widow and now carrying on<*proeccnting any tf tae trades occupation
W. H. Chribfy; already known to the aid it is stated that f 6000 worth of 'flour and police dies by the million and asks Charity' to fatherless child we can only say that to Him who doeth or profefetioQS.iuen'jloned and et forth in Section second -
athe oath. Perhaps so;but they would evrcar force from 450 to 500 exclusive of officers dig his'grave. IIo is all thin well, meet she look for the consolation which of this Ordmanee, without firrt having applied for and
oitorial: fraternity of the t2c. has become Editor provisions have been shipped to Savannah for rapidly passing the world cannot give.TESTI3IONI.AL. procured the I caMe required Vy this Ordinance ihall,
falsely when they did it; and wo do net think and Publisher and in his salutatory, says : the destitute of which will carry tho number up to away, but still the agitation continues. OP RESPECT.At upon convktk.A. (hereof, he fined not exceeding One
tosh, material fit for places of honor and trust.Theddiborationa 550. The voice of Charles hundred DoIWs,'r Imprt nmcnt hot more than thirty
rises of the
Well aware of the responsibilities, the pleasures BAI.TIMOUE, April 13, 1866. above a meeting Vestry of St.Johns Church,Jack. day, or both t>r Och and every ofiVn., vnridrA that

and conclusions of the Committee and displeasures incident to this new relation -I To lilt EftiUtnty Chat J Jenkins, 3fittrdsrillc, The railroad connections between tho groans of the "poor African," and nIfle,held! at tke Office of Dr. A. S. Baldwin, on the 1 he, she or*lheyhve no temporary permit?. from the

( era equal wisdom to that of the wise to the people, we hesitate not in taking the Georgia : Augusta, Ga., and both Charleston and whilst ho speaks by the hour in favor of 15th*nlf.'the f-cf* tfoHcirfasg- .'' if- resolutions were unanimouslyaIopted. Maror.Sac.4Jh. Vtjtj-trirr{ r ordained. (y tf at.vi7gsf.re-- -

: men Gotham. They assert as a reason for position, if by any effort of our, we may bo in- You aru authorised to draw at sight on Mrs. Columbia S. C. equal rights, the grave makes effectual ,, _; said. That froiofnd after thin date, aQ Wholesale and
are now completer jewnfrrd, That a page ofthc Journal of the Vestry Retail dealers vi Mods,ware or merchandise of any dekcription -
strumcntdl in the advance of truth and
the oath that which the Post* right Harrison Trfwnirer of the Baltimore its claims. Tho work mid iball
limits of
Peyton within
cot modifying goes bravely on be set apart for the of the te corporate dry,
Some ruins have been discovered ptj-fxve recording thereupon, '
and thereby the public good. for thousand dollars now for and froth the Mayor,a B-
Southern Relief Fair tVTO apply J eec ere, annually
and Treasurer have from intimate but it is tho who
Master General, negro tho whirl deep sense of pain and sorrow the Vestry feel for the retail
reaps of
To aid as far as we may, in harmonizing con for distribution truly enr. recently in Mexico, and in a or cense excradtre Uqnor license,to or
practical observation and experience, do- flicting opinions, in replacing sectional prejudices ((82000)) Hour among and piovisionfl'youi will bo from year wind. Legislate, ye, radicals, and move loss of those who have BO long been members of their the tame,for wrfcU licraxe, he, he or they, hall pay
suffering people. thrtr
the of
so present appearances some the following semi, to-wrt:
clued to be wanting1 sufficient number of and enmities with a feeling of amnity; in shipped immediately to Savannah, to your order ruins will be discovered there. in haste Your speeches may do for body-lion. 8. L. BCMKTT,and Dr. D. 0.AMBLUUBoth stock 511 not is to the unalterable moro hating takes part in founding the infant Church (10 and five d41a'n additional for thousand dollars
yielding graccfully'and contentedly blowers North ; every
and in the for the Particulars by mail. but whilst
qualified 'loyal" men, same your ,
respectable! purpose. '
you in our city, at all times been liberal contributors to iU additional st<; ik tn trade, and proportional chat -
results circwr-fitancc the that
BCOBO of that oath, ; sustaining By order of the President.WM.. The New Oriouzs Picayune says win applause there, it will take more support and praaw,and by their lives always illustrated for fractions of jnrttotwuid doUan. Stock stated under
Government an overruling power has fixed upon CRICHTON.FaAORAST. petroleum of great purity, and in large the benevolence ae.1 fntvcritr of the ChrUtlaa char oaih. '- --
us, these, and kindred purposes, influence us.- than theories to stay tho work of death acter,their lass to the Church is ftlt aa tea than their Sac.Mi. 8e i ttatd i.er erJaia4'd Iy the a.iAor.ly qtir.-
THE TAMPA UNION MEETING. In our efforts, we should have and confidently ... quantities, has been found in Angoline, here. ess to the enmmunity w citizens.Eitolred That an ti4 ianee pmn i January 6th,A.R, 1* **
.-Thirty-throo elegant boqne'B "That a copy of these resolutions be communicated amending an ouia nee p K'd-ebmary 22d,AJX,18.
-: The fJorida Due being ewpKatieaUy a Union expect,aa well, the good wishes as the continuance Trinity, and Nacogdoches counties, eastern to the '*be
to the Senators who voted for the Tho sectional feeling that existed before respective famine of the deccas'e4.J. entitled"aa O 4tf met ndatiag'to Cart and Drar*,
i? V6"fllecrfuliyVc pond to the request but and assistance of every well wisher of his were presented Texas. .J. DANIEL,. and the name fa Eu bv amended to aa to read as Sibyl:
country and his country's good. Civil Rights bill, by the colored women of the Government was .formed has Acting Secretary from and *ftcM.i'4sdsa' H ihaUbetho duty of every

forth in the resolutions emulating from that Washington on Monday.-Exchange. The Memphis Appeal declares that survived the war, and to it wo trace the Jacksonville, FR, May W, I8M. potBon rumning*:/*>*..4my or wmfgont hire within the
Endorsing those sentiments as eminently correct linuta of said Ct-O first apply for and procure aa aa- -
moet1ng i 'irhicharotobo found eisewhcre That wa odoriferous, euro. We wonder if it State sovereignty, in the absolute sense, bate of Sumner & Co. These apostles anal license,to-inmhored.in.the order of their i***.
end publish the tazte.In and fully sympathising in their spirit, we ? of abolitionism and for every tnh bc iethe p.rsen so Mappyn for the
were not eereui is a "dead thing of tho irrevocable aroused the storm.
They NEW
welcome the new publisher and editor to the ADVERTISEMENTS. same rball pay JDteach, cartor- draydirswn Dy a ii lt*
doing to, however, KX tool disposed to for which there is"no resurrection." kept the Northern mind disturbed, and horse or mule ? $2300.

low upon the action of the Tampa Union ranks of tho fraternity, and wish him and the Latest by Telegraph.NEW they finished material for For each dIV; ul k-OTe ormnl atlacbed tothe*an a
excitement MASONS WANTED *10'L.
A Scotchman will not cart,dray or'fls3t *
mm, aa exhibited in those reeolutions, a passing Timet all success. marry on a and discontent in the South. And it shall {zlherh* the dutyolench and ever7person
that the S.- YOHK, April 30. Tho steamship Hibernian Saturday. -Quilp, who is an inporrigible They SEVERAL good Bricklayer and Plasterers, can find procur&u *'Hc n e to tna m ert,toy ot*at15
comment. It l is a little singular appointment has arrival at Father Point. Sho brings bachelor the other six stood aside whilst the battle was being fci this City. for hire aa aforHti!V to'etnt*ma *th *2f151?
oi the Contral Committee should The East Florida Banner.We inst says, days At its close Apply to J. L. BTJBCH. or her licenae hiS*tbl i flgnrw,emsfly inJmniBhahl,-
Liverpool dates to tho 21st : of the week are equally objectionable. fought. they came upon May i-HLAW Insemoeo5iptI.4 phalcu-thSldt *&2**** ?
hare been confined, with two exceptions to have received the prospectus of a paper German telegrams aro still hopeful for peace. the field to insult the wounded, pierce for each ad erwr vioUtion of anY

Sooth Florida, he most; thinly populated ad with the above title, about to bo established at LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.-The market More than a thousand steam voyages the dead and claim tho victory. They OFFICE of a- .ithls ordlte he fined,e not?exceeding' se S'Ok
shall conviction,
1ixebIe portion of the Stale.Q Ocala, Marion county, by T. F. Smith, Esq., declined \% a 2d. on the week. Sales 68/)00) across the Atlantic will be made during will not let the discord fending hundred dollan mt,idtprlsoned overHttrty day

bales Middling Orleans ia quoted at 144d. the the vessels of differ cease. They 810. 6h.Be ft f<*lr******Ij Wte.WtMVIl3il'said
bounds late associate of Mr. Allison of the Quincy Com.awHictclih present by JAMES A. PEDEIT
Iithfln 'anyy here in the want wholesale* ****
>ti lotto t Sales on Friday 12,000 bales, closing firmer. no harmony. Oh, who will deliver ; That frojt ,54 altss thaiCo.a3 f

of the SUte, any other political party than a Mr. Smith says in prospectus tha LONDOX MONEY MABKKT.-United States ent lines. This is more than in any us from the body of this death ? The 117 Sammls Block! Korthwcct corner orer E, ?.- TOster1 in front piritnaug the ot U'4t license Mutton to rteH WhO1Ui0Pssai.appry for and V****"*

Ckiw party? flu xot. the State "ConveriUorIsMDoitheLcciR "the JJofmcr win bo of eight pages, containing five-twenties are quoted at 693. previous yaar.A President's reconstruction policy Dreg Store. Larch 31-tf wblc license Miyos.Tht; shall lIST, when the 'rain' St sbclr

; o ;has not the clcrtion of forty columns, and will bo dcvoUd to literature, CONSKESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. whimsical old bachelor sneeringly mises most That is first to be aceomplisheci. pro INFORMATION WTETh stock fee of shall$3l noUwted,J44; :1O addidotial one thooisnd ferevell JoIlaflc thoUMM a hce.d03

TJL & *ttc and Ilepresontativoj shown the the arts and fccieiftes, education and agriculture, Ws.sIuxexoqApril 30.-Mr. Fcsecnden reported remarks that love, like the measles, is Those agitators are sustained My husband Joseph Boyd,left home about five mouths lace additional do k,to be dstV the e.th.

MioftrofJFIii> to be for the Union? Are notftemeniwho the latest political and foreign news,' markets, in the Senate, and Mr. Steven in the rather a juvenile complaint. "Who," by New England capital, and New Eng. since whatever., and as Tie yet left hi*to family go to hare Florida had,the no'tiding exact pbvee from I him do said 510.,Thai 7h.th Be a ltaIOW tr6berdlsed be ahow4tl a Sv iso of a W- "

engaged in the Tampa. Union lie., &c., and the development. of the resources House of, Bills the and Reconstruction proposed constitutional Committee.amendment The he asks, "erer heard of a widower's dying land capital increases under the stimu- not without know. He baa left of roe and fire bctplc children each and eveey 11:51500 WUbQ04J 14ei2, QbeJ
any means support. Any information concerning
2uting lumgering after office,and in order* to of our Stato-c2qecLay Eart FIora.a."Itwill House made thorn the special order for Tuesday from mixing a broken heart with a ions of unfair legislation. When the 'him will ho thankfully received by his distressed wl'7bk Ordisisasairo_I81reby ot Oid1flAbeiito reei1eiL
in worth arsenic?" family. Address Mrs.MARTHA BOYD consistent
bo entirely independent: politics, six-penco Northwest shall .
next deman'd
fb IMS.
fashion great
get the "loaves and fiihoB, ecuttlo-nsh on enactment EUaville Schley county,a*. Adopted .tpitl

_ ,sre mnddying thd water, thai under tho cover and the whole every matter appertaining never permitting to the itself welfare to become of NEW YORK MARKETS. A monster snako was killed near of laws for the interest of the "Wd ptiLliah'tLe above&s a matter( oKarity U.11Qh- -

iifraisginw; they'ttaj Blip ia'bjr raising! fa'so thc tool country of man, or party.. NEW YORK, April 30. Tho cotton market is Nashville, Tennessee, he other day.- whole people, the folly of the past and and aiiy mfcnnation: fotnisliefl thin office will b J lr ,.,TG.Aiu- -u VIM.a4acT. -.

"A gentleman of character and ability will quiet and firmer. Sales 250 bales at 34 cent*- Wheaalivo and stretched out, it measured the present wfll be lamented by the forwardod.-(Ei Union. uTi.1.: : ", OInIAaoI- 4v.LLT!

bo associated in the editorial management of the Gold 26g. moro than twelve feet in. length, Eastern monopolist, ,but the great heart or TL.l-l! Cocz.l' Ci-
eeo-all thu "ctiddng out a Satcr aid o4anos
IthW't 184
B. l
,e We think we whose name wfll soon announced. and could swallow of the For Sale or BentrrhAT t en-c
'paper WOKDERS WILL KEVza CEASE.-A boat built easily a Shanghai people ot this nation will be joy Section third u. .
Fait.**' Itjanatoralibr the majority tt a people Wo know Mr. Smith to to, a good printer, entirely of cork was recently at Mobile, Ala., chicken ful because of the advent of large building containing twelve too*i i front-. An u regulating tnum.et thaLW'aai04I'In.byIAAISZ
; with the known ebnlimrtiU peace. 1. ing the reline square. known saUte"XcdIiUy"re.cently tondantfsa*and the mS ihre.bV
__ __.r ; ia liyaopalLIw and l believe that he possesses the requ'gito qualifications and attracted a*great deal of attention. Among The. fino stallion Colonel occupied as -Military-hospital. Two families th 1vo weeds, "or.stb' by 114wtWfl

*>t that nayority. and it will take algcnojation to enablehim make a good paper.We .- the advantage*churned Jrt her builders fa that exploited by A Missouri editor, ramming up thevtuos could occupy ft,salt vaa.fonnctly divided into two ten- not exceed1n trty dai,the&1t5I5M' 1h
Floridian toPCMW. he will 'sink and that she via lad Wilder United States Army in'Tennesseo ementaApyo tion Of the Marrb'.ad
foq-ct foitvtr.An ,
ftuko never -
to of
deceased .
to put tv ay, wish him abundant lucosav and General 'Eosecran a soap-boiler,, ,lately MayS-St_ -. -- CCPl COOPEIl.QXXyi tt1 3tatOi4f
Ut aI ther iaoxt $o e i ...- i S. presented concluded.his eulogy with the usual
o that Mr. Sumner wilt is .
states *
exchange Been claimed its
.%4o atave ixih w e3 4 thogL The City License Ordinance. introduce a bill in the Senate i in a few'days. or* vho hal nas the by the late, owner holder phrase of '-Jeace ,ta .his .ashes!" The ks*Iterdat.I will apply to-the Jndjre at Pro Aun 41aLicIITI1iglL.dhLOanLzuc
our.reade il1.tl la'eOrdinance iiy price O bateaf XoTal eeenty-far I4tlssle rf Jkdmlnfctoattea 4t bI'AxcR o Li-.
others remark
os Uack
'.oe. Among dering that the,White House painted gave great offence to the. family said : $ RI.T.1t
ate ot
Goni Jtosocnuur for him. on tho.eatata oIJjot ;E..St.Teir4)leV ,
enacted by Council, enlarging th* Its present color he thinks an ksulitathat'gaU&ut gave of the dead'imuv; 'of whom threatened eotnty, dee't. -- eases, dBa -

1 ue3,3iiyg tatha application of the licenae drn- AaitB i provitucmj .race'? which:kept the Confederates The President has directed the 'employment'of the editor with tJereonal violence __My. 5.18.6t. ifl&*LSDfI. Jo.ckaessIir:1,1at it dss3 A.Section Mmje pecti.d a44q o1 theuas.
from knocking itdo'n with cannon halls dicing ; - ,b
General Eousseau 'member *" r*" Or5
Ualortmco ofin it bTIc entitd **
'1he: j'c3itii4 of iho come home to the door\of-every: man, ,
the It is.flo'G consideTcd
war. polifo'tb attemptto
rnui erih would be well for aUthe peopler'of tha cftyioread. _- Congress from,Kentucky,-William M* Af LLIntgeI 4babled soldier*,who 'belong toHie therobsaI4J &
# "
- ) !raupon't The Maine dironiclo the first Evurta of Ne\r York and Mr. Clifford answer a ronundrun The propoun- J.X: .Anatef of the late Confederate State,also indlgeat t'5fl4&JO t. $
; f fjt IbiTta* fof$ H, and govern themselves aco rdiflt7. papers der must havo the pleasure of divulging widow and orphans of soldier who died in the sorrfceof to ssasecttan t flcOflOwIflS vai.dJ1 tI'"b
- published are abo otthu1a salmon of tho season:, which was taken of Massachusetts, to act Iii prosecuting said States lathe late war,residing in the county of 1300. -

The*. 'cthar' oidinances- I ia the Pcnobsoot last veok.L Ho weigh-counsel.when Je L Davis shall bo.tried I the!_ answer i as a reward.. ibjj.ijig.* trouble an rsqiMated to-kand i thxme$taIh I -


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tion.rTt13.I8nED c: tored ia aid of the insunfeclion,? W daim age round,the west end ot Oas j aud passed out <. J- .{From the X oriaian & Journal.}. N I Tho aalungton correspondent of the i To Ldggors and Mill Men.

( for compensation for loss of involuntary Bcrvico of theaalf5by.: tFloridalljbvBIIAtkins .,The Ju winglcommaAic tiorf/roni tlio Assistant
or labor. Bailed from England on his second in Oc Chicago Tribune says that the old heads | '['fIAT valuable trartoflan nr C Il lutt taGOIt
13! voyage missioncr of me Frbe3dmen8lurea3! ISr tile J2adicals such [ JL Florida KoilrooJ, known as the 8ancbu Grant,itoiferad
J. "sc. "BTxCNi 6th.v Congress: shall have power to cnforcobyappvepriate tober, 1564 with four ships'tho Jesus, of seven Gov. Walker called forth amqnpr : w Colfax, Ste- for paIe.. This tract contains about 000 acre* of
legifilation tiieprovisions of this article hundred tons, the Solomon, tho Tiger and the Florida, to was we rcnk, BoutiveU tuittWentworth, think very heavy tiniVre-l Hue Land and liwi' haxtadtotalrOD

The committee will also report the bill Swallow of smaller burthen. Again he cai- apprehend, by a paragraph In the?' Horidian of Congress cannot safely adjourn.till December the FJorid Kutroad, 20 miles from ." '
TIxI or loscumox. This wooll be a very adranttccotu point to erect a sw
... ".-j** tl v'f 00 pronding that whenever the above amendment ried Africans to the "West.Indkfi,where he found Friday last That paragraph was in the following ,, othenrt tho President will mill-or thq l(14 coul-J be rafted to Feraaadina, or the' :- : ... .: .A'

One 1 KiC'44 M1tOtthS. r.V.-.r....... 2 00 *=hall becooie part of the tonstit iion/.and any the Spaniards enriched by the spoils of'Mexico words : -V *' 8t- Johns by a/ of 5r assaa rlrer. -

thiel .... .***..*........*..** 1 00i State lately in insurrection shall have ratified and Peru,"ready to buy them at a high price.- fiU.the-important with 'his own ALSO,
.. "I have reccivera large''number of letters A tract containing afaut 600 acres aJniaiog th*aVr**,. -- i z.iiihi
Cents.nua friends.
John's ia ; ;.trr
*I, flnnt s s s e S. the same*, and shall hare modified the Constitution True H was a merchandise of human beings, Long plan for the spilt which the fiUtye nd ttatjoit CatUhan Un4-- i .-
taken for IBM than three __
.nb ripUon mtut be p.i4 U adruioe. tnootha.jJf and laws in conformity therewith, the Senators torn from countyandkjndxttl fci no wrong ot asking for.my assistance to procure the restoration members to"ta i turii" in going home Fur terms, iue apply to J. M. FAIRBANKS, fAt : ; .
twcriptioM asCOMMISSION
and Representatives from Southern States, theirs, but fttorbu frijitt ami made the of houses and lots held by the special agents ; Drew Book Store,tckenr11le.. -
KOYM of the Treasury or the Freedmen's Bureau on -forty or fifty'at a time-leaving enough A Valuable Mill Site-Mlw bet on St.John UiT r.'lal -
ITEMS Or ADTKITISIK if found duly elected and qualified, may, after trafie lawful, under the British .Hawkins :. -
Sigg: that behind for to do business. o ofervtL Also, about -il.00ii anren ohms and llua>- #t.
the abandoned a
On.neiuare, one I|! 00 taking the required oath of office, be admitted after the fashion of the times, was both pious ground they were j ropcrtv. quorum moeh laid,in Alorhna and Hi>rt.n covntiv,* and en -
a two- .,. S 00 int such. Jrr There has been in nearly all these cast much UxRt.. Joltn ICivciC abuT0. I w
.Congress as addition, they will and prudent Before ho Failed from Plymouth loTva finds she has maniaioth ehalk Apply a*
tnt 1 a -
Each nbne'O.iient on done by these special of the Treasury Apitt 2 -U
Ten tine* JTonpariel type or iptoe occupying the same also report a bill declaring ineligible to office an* ho gave his crew this order : "Servo God daily, wrong who exercised their agents mine. :

number of line mafce one Kjuare. der the Government of the United States the love one another, preserve your victuals, bo- authority and hill -
liberal dinoount made on yearly advertiteraent All property to bo abandoned which was not abandoned SOUTHERN -
A Confederate
advertisements must be paid quarterly in advance. principal. Executive, Legislative, ware of fire and keep good company ; and Ilnclayt -; .I'Aaift *,
vtarly within the of the law. But
meaning the ML4DNrIc: .
ofl PRUTTNG: foreign and judicial officers, both general and ascribes their good fortune to Almighty .
question is how to it restored ;
get to the true -
EVERY STYLE, neatly and promptly executed. State, and other*. God who never suflcreth his elect to perish. 12 BY orJer of DsvM Jones s M. K. O. U, P. of R..A. M. -
owners. The law makes if tho"duty of tha the State of Flu,Ida the nirmVi '-
e = S :' Elizabeth, adds Bancroft, was his patron, special a of Jackw>nTillc ,. BAY STREET'j ,- -
agents of the Treasury to turn the piopeity Chapter Xo. 12, hell a mctning at t.o! Muonid flaIl, ii
We publish elsewhere an important order (Entered accorilins the the
Bureau =
1866. L. I). over to agents and the agents EXPRESS FORWARDERS.T .
office of the the crimes of the enterprise. As on his first 1800, lor the priri ow or reoii tnUinf their CliawtT.TJ : --
from Gen. FOSTER, In relation to the restoration District Court of the Cautod States, for the Northern Sir John entered Ihe Gulf of St Antonio of the Buicau'uieinstiuded by Jen. Howard | M. U. II. 1'% Fresi.Ling. > F.CEIVE and forward in connection with rwff i. t-v [ lorddoL

of Civil authority, under the Presidents proclaumtion iMrict of}1orda.l11ISTOItY] voyage, but encountering a strong westerly wind, to turn the property over to the owner, up< n. the liy his KA>. ,txUl
  • )ifiuu.tioit bit clott.on Orf held, anJ Li-h l K: prem Companies] ,' &,

    OF FLORIDA. his application in writing to the Assistant Com ;o 1114 i-lwtol: GOLD SILVER, BULUOX, CURRTXCY, Vii.-
    declaring the war at an end. fleet was driven as far North as the entrance to 4 .Sart-cr..t.M.E.K. P.

    BY Tampa bay. Very soon he found himself in tho missioner in the State, and uj-cn showing that .,. r.San.io,.i i....,..':. K.Janicn UABLK PACKAGES. ; ; ___ ___-4._._;i -
    ho had been pardoned by taking the. amnesty M. Iii!.. .........K.J*. .
    firm Niblack & of the Wctt of .
    Nzw GOODS.-The Young X15.. ST'ICICT rVCDAP.'Ell remarkable soundings coast .4'A
    ; oath. Xo direct iclicf given here 1 lu-aioiti lUrLrMgc... ............C. 1L FREIGI-IT h
    receiving a large invoice of new goods VII. Florida, along whic.li he sailed in ten and twelve Washing- j. u. Rni....... .....r. s.J. .
    arc just OffTerTdeo-rii.tion in chanm of SMv. '
    ton and all the orders (*potent 'RXItO'tf OPRNlStTTHJJ
    hare been LSOc'd LAUOEST
    necessary !. lIlt- l>ti!... ....-it. vV.C.
    fathoms until ho reached the .
    than all the other Tortugas group, r ll ol the Usited 8utr.. L*
    Spain more EarOpctm < part l TbroajtL .
    which they wfll have ready for inspection at from the Treasury Department and from Gen. Mi'iiaIivarn; .V. 'M V.TV Ooola e Vf O&'fad kit MilciyUH 8U v apsa a*'*
    where he landed and the islands. He itvvii'ls >cn and umuntnt-o etVscM when dwnrod. t
    ers was toine the pioneer )fdiSCverYid con- explored i IX HucVmau.,. .M. J.I V. pi Inn. aa should induce Country mad oth r Merc&aata (a
    their store on Bay Struct; early next woek.- rt during the first half of the XVI century then passed out by the Gulf stream and sailed Howard, 'the' Gouiia'ssioner of the Fr&.cilnhn'sBureau I'. tii.l: -,.? XT. 1.-V. A. A. KICK Hapcrlntendcnt., S- d'Ioast pvkie oar Axxta befcx parehaaih*jk other uNtola.
    qui K. N, J
    They propose to sell at prices to suit the times.IXPIOEXT on die continent of America. To her beloftjrs along the East coast of Florida, guided to May- for'tho restoration of the abandoned t J. f*. Sa.nnim: :............'IVtat-otry. HARKIS AKCJU at,JaeltMnviBa *mprinU. The ftitlowuu our tock aro: anoBx, the.pnadI. Mtfca*
    in Florida. slxmld Win. Urotlu'... < r
    Application there-
    the of first discovering Honda, though rion by Martin Atinas, a native of Dieppe, who property f'furet.uyIU.'iuu' April 2 -1m. 3" I.,
    r> glory lore bo made to Col. (X bom the Assistant Comuiibsionerat fliUutiil,5 im fw a..t'Fiila, ) iiicveiy ulonth.athlOf ,
    SotPirns -
    : >
    sABLu> &c.-We direct :
    many. affirm Sebastian: Cabot first came into this been with Ribaut on his first expedition to p Ht iH-vi-n o'cloOt, 1'. 1Lilarrh '
    Tallahassee. : DRY GOODS. ?
    the attention of the disabled indigent soldiers province of the Indians 1 Holding in long cap Florida. 10-tf \ViT. GEOTHE, SvCry. 2CG. FOR 1806. 1865.IHIADLKY'S ; : .
    Col. Osborn asserts that "all in this
    projerty .
    of the king of France until the of Learning the Jorlorn condition of tho Huguenot .
    or tiicirv kiowa and orphans to the tivity peace ,
    State hold
    as or to which tlio Unite d j SP1t'OiTh'S -
    uJoo PIECES -
    of Port ofl'erod
    Caroline Hawkins" ,
    rcstorol Sum u his throne, the colony ,
    Canibray purpose CELEBRATED
    "Notice" the lion. of Probate to bo States have tit'o confiscation sate CITATION.IX '
    Judge acquired by '
    them fito to France. This I audon-
    of Francis I. to plant a ivd ny in North America a passage MERIUMACK; -
    jund: in our columns '' or otherwise*, which has been officially transtexj j Uirmat-rrof the ixtition of C.ituTcn* A. Thfiinpoa -
    advertising as a matter had been disajij'oinW, .at the rival of papa nicre declined, but proposed to buy a vessel. AUERIOAK i.
    wi 01 Otvr. dcouwod turOowir ,
    red his lute TfMfff
    to Bureau "has the receipt of uw -
    that jxrtainsto their interests.As cy found a rrprowutative and great leader in The price was fixed at seve-nhundicd crowns for upen pro- ie. Till U t i riU- and udooaisii all persons ti.UT- DU2TOEII& -3

    Ga.par de Coligiiy, Admiral of France. Foreseeing which in the place of money, the Admiral 10- per applications" been transferred to the legal i I'MUMl I tibi-aulaj'i'i'r at the 1'ro' alt uffi'e, in the city '

    proniifvd lantrtxk, ve give to our readers the storm gathering against Protestantism ceivod two petards, two ficlel pictf-s, ('ic thousand claimants. There is 110 el-iubt whatever of the (>t J.icln-omillc arcLiy, the 5th day of May next, GARNER, :
    truth of this statement. The propcity ilhlie'.d i uii'l jhi>T cau-x- (it nay they !mve) iby tie pntjtr ol :
    to-day, the evidence of Hon. A. II. Stephens. Coligny, under the reign of Henry II. projected pounds of powder and one thcusand pounds from ail ixtit'oii uuul.t! uu. U- AIioSKr..AdLOWELL,
    an asylum for the Huguer.ots in the new of ii on. reide a generous gift of winca and its rightful owners ia withheld by Trc asu- granted.A.. rO GETT. I .:' -

    licforo the Washington Directory; and wo afk hemisphere, far rcmovod from the corruptions of biscuit, he supplied them with twenty ban-els cf ry Agents" and n<.t by the Ce nnnWIoner oi tho A foil 2SU .In.l-'c of rroUtt"! 1)uaI> Coi.n'y. ,-

    every one of our readers to give.it a perusal. It 1 the houso cf Valois. meal six casks of bcuns, c'no runchcon of tall, j Fw'dmcn's Bureau. Col. Osbom sates that NOTICE. AcL1Y

    is the right thing said in the right place; and we A brave commander of the Order of the and a quintal of wax to make candle also filly "i pcated applications" have been made for the i I: C mont'.H frota ..Ltti1 will apply to tlic Jii'ljt ot RICHMOND, AND OTHER HILLS,

    sincerely tnu that every man who claims .Soul hMTI knights of Malta, Nfoh'/.as jraud de Vica-! pair of hliocs, nveiving in payment 1 audoi- transfer of property in the possessimi of apntd S of I'roiutv o! iJvv il (.'.unity, i.>r littifj dinu' ->ry :.000 PIECES BLEACHED. AND BBOWS

    non under the of ( and rtidi-d nici's note.13 at St. Augustine, Fc'inandinaand lVn8acolabut 1iom ite zt.iiiiui.to&ti.n? nf tht KsU.t of }'ai.cIs A.JJIustis .
    patroni ligny, TICKING AND SHUTTING
    blood, will iterate and reiterate every sentiment the agents do not icFiwnd. There is evidently ttetu.ii. 1.OCiIA IL .JO1SU i ,
    the zealoua After the of Hawkins feild'cTS and ;
    by co-operatitn 01 Cahia himself, departure .
    : ; Adinmita1nx. '
    .A1uiI 10 B TO OSNABUKGS
    and opinion *>xprfsse"d by Sir. Stevens, parted fa01:1 Ilavri- with two si jj-s and a body arli/ans vied with each other in proi ai ation for sozmthingvroflg8oniewUe, and the wrong-Jo-1 ,

    and btand.ready to live, and die for them. of Huguenot emigrar.i.s in l.j .i to found a Protestant I their homeward voyage. S< areely had they got ems biioula be Icntfca OUt atul make t;> disgorge.Tho SI1ER1 IT'S SALE. p 20( IECES IANCHESTER, PACIFIC

    empire in linr'iL2 A of four ready locmbaik when the tISth cf August Colonel advises that thc'iait'tswhose propc'ity AND HA. ULTON DELAINES
    vij-ago on vrti'e( i f :lie a.rh.'ity iu me vtbtnl by bs% I ,
    Fl Y Attorney General Speed lias dociird that months brought them M til- arbor of Gana- Jean Itibaut returned with seven ships and three i is withheld inadu .ornwl "application" to i B I have levied! vj-oa ami" will otfur ST ale :u the ti.or do fflCKO2k

    result of him for its rostoia'.jon. Pnb.iby) this would i ol the C'i'i.rt I ioi'-e. .(>r tit! County r.f liuvjt), on the ,
    I I UK a logical the Peace Proclamation of bunt, since famed ihro'igli-jt.t Lho world as Rio hund .xl men, and every needful outfit for a distant -
    tirot M..n..iy; in JUIH- next, the tolio in r de-nil.ed| DENIMS MARLBORO SflhhI'ESi
    facilitate matters but would that the j pro- ,
    the Pn-sid'-nt the Jutletrg corpit act has been icntorrd Janeh-o. Viilegacl), in wiistnTXu.twenty-I hree p4 LJPLEXELLIPTIC.a _
    an Wand in that h.a-b'j:, a..l LL.H a foil which out had just teen landed when another .squadron Commissioner should elefpa.tch tru-ty, reliable (i'j: an.) -hi- We t bait of L> t niiinlH-r two (2), in tqunreo. HICKORY BY THE BALE,

    to the poople. If it be true, as we also received the name (.f Coliguy. After three years of live frhijis ho\o in eight, commanded i y Den) agents li> the? seveit1: jioiiifc, charged with the > t rntv-thno2lall In the i-itv of Jarkfonville.Niid TlOOt being compoBod of VLPACAS, PARAMATTAS, LUSTRES,
    BOO it stated that the President has ordered the hut of hw-stiVatingtho dorie and finding I hub bouii; the property of.David Mi-Cuvn, and sold a
    of strife and Pedro Mcnendez de Aviles. Se ) wrong
    polemic This
    rstx.utiont, crowned liy was ptem- iusii.f. m cxi-citFm in favor of ICodnty Dorinuii. TWO rEUFECTLY TKM1 EUED !ilNILEPRINGm' MOHAIR, .
    dimhargeof a prisoner upon authority of the the treason and abar.dor.nicnt of its chief, the her 4th, 15G5, and the Spaniard had ci
    colony \ as d trnyod by the search of the Fi-ench heretics. Pcihaps this would hasten jvbtice.' The prosixvl VKIAll BOWDKT, ,
    halita corpus, then Midi is also his interpretation Portuguese. braileil tightly nn fchentt Iuval
    of the proclamation, and this great and facml A 6ew>:id csiedjli.| >n Huguonois, under the Franco and S1)nveie at peace, yet the Spaniards of exposure bas often been known to forrts ,.kocnillc, Fti., April 2S- -1m. County. ing one hoop and making thucUxras ani most flcxibt* ARMURE CLOTHS, ta,

    command of Jean IM-aut, a man inucli experienced by right of discovery claimed Florida tisan men into right doing : the lightest and mt duraMc spring nuxle. ;JIIECKS, FANCY AND PLAIN.JUC1IAIIDSON'S -

    right of freemen is once more in their posses- in marine aS'airs sailed from I Ha\T appendage to the crown. It had been OFFICE .A's'r. CoMMtssioxmBuirau ,
    on grant- United States of America. They will not bend er break like the single prin; IRISH LINEN,
    ion. the 18th of February, 13C2, for the guildwl land eel to Philip II by the Pope upon the condition 11. F. andrt. I.amls, but will always i reserve thiir1T.KFECT STEWART'S AND OTHER MAXIS

    beyond the setting sun. A prosperous voyage that he would conveit the heathen of that country TitllahaiFco, Fla., April'21, 1866. "VnjJICEiahc.x-lyghfn that the amount of direSt AND BEAUTIFUL SILFF

    Fine Cutlery.Mr. ol two months brought the colonists in bight of to the tiue faith. Pedro Mer.cndez c'e' Avilcs Jhn. J). S. Waller, Gwtrr-er nf Florida : i.1 laxcR ariM'HMKI, 11111 the several .'os an I pant1 1 IX ALL TABLE DAMASK, TOWELLING,

    the Florida coast at a point which they callid was a Spanish ncbkir.an and naval officer oldibtinction. (;oiei..r :-I have the honor to inform you 01 land situated 111 the tity o: JacknoDvillt., l>uval county NA1'iclxS.ETc ETCL, ETO,
    Coo. A. IVck has a fine assortment cfWohtcnholm that all roperty in this State held as "aban and Sat ol Florida, ]>ur>uant tur.u not of Corigiei.s1.iit.teo CROWDED ASSE3IBIAGES,
    French Cape.3 This was ihe LrcadTieidlaTid of lie had served Charles V. as v.x-11 i ; uAi At t lor Luc lollvi lion cf tlirv< t taxes la insurru LADIES* AND GENT'S. LISTEN CAHEEI

    and Sons cclclratvd cutlery, in- Anastasia iu'and, which vxlcnds from St. Augustine as Philip II. on many occasions especially in doned or to which the United States have artjuiuil "- Con; try uigtticla within the United States and tor CHURCHES, HANDKERCHIEFS.UEMSTIC1IED .

    chiding some <.'.> ant pocket knives. harbor in the North, to Matunxas inlet c-cmduitiiig fleets against Firnch and EugliVhphatess. title by confiscation, f-a'e or otherwi.M j other pm]>OM-K," npiove.l June 7th 1.S02, and still rcinai.uiu TIIEAIlES

    in the tvmth, aid is about three milos distant For sometime he had also sci ve-1 iii Ihe and v liich has Ix en officially transfen-cd to this j une, may le paid on cr bciore Itovmtier 31st, ,
    lJ JOLII S. 1lris at the Custom lluU-H'' iu the RAILROAD CARS
    > w ,
    ilr. for his i ,
    IVtkihargi-fi nothing showing from St. Augustine. Sailing North about forty Spanish colonies in America, and had aceumuLitfl Bureau under this order of the Sec-n tary of War city 01 Jucki-oi.v.l e a.vribald. E3IBROIDTiREi),

    gofids; and UK s j ixxkct knives arc "worth look miles, lie discovered a broad river on the 1st of great wca'.th. He had a son, as 15acia relates has, upon the receipt of piojer appVcation, been j U 1). Mi- Lucy, j 1>irert Tax FOR PROJIIINADE, FANCY AND SCOLLOPED,

    ing at." May. He therefore c ailed it May river. The in the service of the king, Don Juan 31 cnendcz. I vostoied to the Ic'gal claimants. I have at wvcj j I Au.-Un V. in. Alfri Siu.ih.() ), J| ConunixM KUlb 01 one}'Lai..a.s n r the on HOUSE DRESS: STRIPED AND CHECKED CAMBRld -

    -a = mouth of this river had already been Been bvSpanith It was this young man who commanded mal times pent office-re to elifl'crent parts of this Xo\ C8, 18vo U In Let, they are superior fo all others, comWninsj

    DKATH or AX OLD rLcniiu.vx.-The Sonora navigators of the XVI cr-s-.tiirv. Under the unfortunate .Mexican Ce-et which was State to iciiitatc the restoration property.. j COMFORT, rCOAUJfr LJGIITXESSAXDDURA NAINSOOK, INDIA, BOOK

    C'alifonua Democrat of this latitude a Rio. de C'orriett'rn j is described't wrecked on the coast of Flcriila in the year 1C53. I have r.o official in'ormation that the properly l Sale of Escheated Lands. VIL1TY. AND SWISS, PLUW..LND DOTTEPMUSLINS.
    ( ) ICth has the
    January ,
    Not fir from the mouth of the river c n its S ulh The great wealth acquired by Mer.c-ndcz in America at bt. Augustine, Femandina and 1'ersacola j I \Ltuu of U> ofnn t, Janu.ir INQUIRE FOIl ,
    e priiVtsMTM a appro\d
    following announcement : bank, he er&t'xl as a title of IK cuj-ation, a column iiivolvolhimin trouble. He was drawn iiilo has been ye t 'trantfeiTcd b)' the Government B. \- nth, imca, uiilii uUAn Ait ait .uazin Uiesa'.eo Bradloy's Duplex Elliptic JACONET, CHAMBREYS, TABLETON'aLADIES s
    Col. B. F. Moore distinushot of agents lo officer of tlvs Bureau, althoi'jh | CK'haitu. Ian Is, i.i the of Volu-iia aol
    a ; lawyer of hewn stone, 'ipon a little hillock of san a lawsuit about the manner ho ha.l obtaineil his any lying lOunty WHITE BROWN MIXED AND1

    nnra, Tuoluninc! countjdied in the Insane dy soil, engraved with th? arms ci l'rance.5 riches. But when in the year 1.3G1 he was cl"- repeated apid'cation has been made for it. As |: ionr.cny" : 1 lousing to the eHi&lo of Jo.-n Katou, ile.-ru- OR DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT ,
    i'il, t ill otior for Mulo at Uutc'ipri Eat FuiriJ.i, on BLACK HOSE
    A rlnm, at Stockton, on Christmas day. The frt the accusation the of the coon as such transfer is mado to this Bureau, the ,
    Although IJibaut found the hcur.*>ry as enchant charged m by gj ace the ith tiny ci M.iy! i.eit, the fu1l..iiiig lands lately Belong -
    dcwisixl was a member of the Convention ing as-fairy land, he resolved upon u f'irther exploration king, he recjieslcd the royal pcimlfrs'on i.n.l as- only channel thongh'which: it can be legally restored n; to the tN'a'eoi John tsitcn, no* ilwxane-1, to For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively' 1>J GENT'S. WHITE, BROWN>:MIXED AND1

    which formed the $tato Cons'i ntion, several of the Coast before making a permanent slKtance for an expedition to ilcriJa in search rf to the owner, I will make every effort to wit: iOt Ao. 4 o: HtxUon 13, and !'ot >"ol,of e tin 16in1onT.alip the sole owners of the Patent. BLACK HALF HOSEuL.VD1ES
    19 south .5) lims'o. "
    timc-s a m< ml><:r of the Sac! Legislatur-% and in ;ct'Jement In sailing about sixty le.ig.ii s his son, then believed to bo a captive among the restore it whenever proper application ia made loll, acn.n inoro, or lu ot 8.Kiiue Jiininuui; east pric, couttuuug};?on'. 1'Liros WESTS, BRADLEY & CART, AND GENTS OLOTE*

    18.52: a candidate for Coninxss on the Whig ticket to the North, he elm-ox ered and christened Indians. The king gave his assent uj on the express for it cash in current fuu. lit.U LI. A. Ci>ULKY. 9} Chambers and 79 and 81 Eerule strcetscKow

    He was a native of Florida not less than nine rivers to which ho erudition that Mcnendcz frhoisld at the The Government has r.o eltshc li u tain Ibis Feb 3-?ui Uv U'.er of Pablij I arabt York.

    in great part, the names of the, most celebrated gave Kime time nike a survey of the whole coast of ITt p .rty. It came into the possession cf the of iir iv.The a'jo\c sale is Ltrcuj-11LO1I postponed A. t'OliLKV tilf tie, Sth For sale in Jacksonville, wholesale and retail by. Furnishing Gloods, Cloths; Cassimeres. ''

    A SENSIBLE HAN. "We were to'd at Entorjirine rivers of France The last, on account of its Florida, and fui"heimore, establish} tvine settlements Joverrment as cnoof the necessities of the war.I MauUlO_Key 3Ur.fAIJIA J. 8. BAMMI3 & CO, .- -

    the other day a negro doctor had located to which he tl.ould five am not now.repporMbV for the aMionof Treasury C. L. ROBISSOy,
    breadth and well coast bring -
    depth, as as great beauty, hi on \ J. SMITH, aamlnistratrix of the Estate o.iL )
    there, bought real estate, and would engage in called Port Uoyal. On a tributary, near tlio hundred negro slaves. There terms Me'. fldcZ ngcnts for retaining it under their control.I i : J.hu K. Sr.nih, late 01 l"utuaiu County, d-vta eu K. 8. STROUGHTO, Negligee Shins, White and Pmkcy Line.Hfek y Mixed

    the Israel ico of mc-dicino lie is rvprwntcd as a site of Beaufort, a fort was built, which in hon accepted. Thus T\hTlc in the reg"nnng, to ics- have PO supervision over any cf their actions.I h.t%li.g lllej In amy otlice a supgu< U-n of the iinolveucyof 8. L. JCIBLACK & CO. ? and Wool Shirt. Gray' Paper CoUu& Jean Cop.

    *uan of intelligence ar.d some cultivation, deco- of Charles the Ninth received the h's lost scm from captivity J '.uaultoles his howc-ve advise you to fay to those icrsorswlo ai ttee C .riiutto.t 10 tar charge, it is therciirerJt and all merchants e ho sell first class skirts in Florid.t, 'tonadr Patinetis lat '!
    of cue
    or name luu claiuu aiurt aid staled
    red tm! ; all a >
    <> perM> u-rf Ladies' Wear, inch aa Plain and Fancy Linen Coflai
    tots iii h' conduct, and rct-pcrtfil to white people. Charles fort-6 Thirty chosen men, commari.lod claof purpose, his feet! was aften\aria enlarged w ph their prop'r
    He made liT1 addr<*s < n S.il unlay night. to by Albeit Jo Picrria, voluntarily remained t.. from two small vef selfi to ten, with six bundled a formal npilicatlon ft-r it in compliance with County, i-fl or < re the ti/-t ilonJay hi July next, The new Empress Trail a all the raze in London,
    his colored fiicnds whl"1 Boine 'f them la'kodtliegcodwnse : j bC'lJIei iVift-'tut'ons aral '"sflPd upon the sub'ext. and I 5U7aitLcmitict.djn ilx mrnwvrpre criU-d by law.sjid Paris, and throughout Europe. Feb.10-.-y
    garrison the fort and hold Port lloval for the iiieii iil."s .- tilers, yn 1 cjir.c. r:,br 'u Jittogcthor Wit ues an t olncial seal hereunto BOOTS & SHOES.
    I my
    to aiiireciaie. Jlo told them it King, and on the eleventh of June, Ribaut sail- jiirt'y at the esfcnso of the k'n?, and ac s-icn no it :s wlth'ii: : my p .wcr to do FO, I will [1.. ii.] alLied, ills the 1-ih day ot Jjvcetnber A.D.li. :

    usekts to osp c. equality with the white cl for Havie When he landed in Fran-, the jiartly ot iJi-rcailcz! : hiuifclf and his frierds. act iipuii tln-ir. application.I ;. X. \V. ilcLEOI*. ,.1. itU3sEs SINGLE AJTD DOUBLE, 100 Cam Coots and Shoes, Latllea Balmoral and-Fotialt
    rar c. Hi* had travulid much the Nortli) am, very rt FTwtfully, Jan. 6-Cm. Judge of Probate. Abdominal Supporter 'Boots, Wm. .' Ei Goat and listing Oent'
    over whole country was in a state of civil war. He His; iia-tnitions, or lather the cca ditior.s of su.pmsary Ban&aei., Bilk and cotton ,

    and Kuro}*>, and n wlicit was the negro on art was, therefore, ur.aMe to fit out a new expedition his "e s.o./0"-compact, cxj'iCTS that within Your ol aliciit servant, State of Florida.u Physicians Pocket Cases. assorted Calf Scrod and riiinp Sewed,,Cent's Oeinc Calf.M Kid w,and 4P VatcntLeathur jLlXJtJtoi .1. nPeKe.l >

    , Duality. In the city of New York he was not *o succor the garrison of Charles fort. three years he should exph'i z' the hole e oiuitiy 'J1.V". OFOHN, Physicians Pocket Vial Cases, asserted1tan'i Shoos MenVBrogam, Childrea ZeIcese -
    L >frm"-t d to ndo hi the strc/t with 'lii li fV.l !in'l\ss'l To-n. B. It. F. & A. L. l. t>', U IIEK CinCCIT-I>tT. Cov3u.L.liu Thumb Lancet gennifw -
    j same cais Two \C'U later when the peace of Amboue of Florida all the inlrfi avjl IUIVH ir-io-lit Tooth Forceps, assorted -
    M lute jxo;>ie. no toia nm r r w >nT>r Dmt it bad bojn sit;10.l, Uoiijnr; a. ain prevailed c>n be there, and that lie wiould rev.itcr and nake [From the I'-.oii.U TJnt-.J | ca: k. \ I ClryE.tkutdldwti. liyiinges, gla--, metal and India rubber Hats and Cap .- -

    was a m'staVe to lh.-\c the Northern people the King to M-nd another licit to lo.'k after the them B ) that they could by laid dt.wii uitn the At a rv tirsr of the I'ri.-.n men cf ihe Stato 1 1f I LOU to F ur'eon'g Seethes and Silks -

    were atiy bet1r f> 'ei a, a< cording OX nalinMX! JUii.i the liil comj'Iaint in cue U\Froban ula Spatulas ti Ladies Straw.Felt, Siflr. For, Jockey,Turban, and 4hei

    S.ufhorn i jc-'j-'c.: The S.uthirn men, he of C'huiit-s foit exj-erie-.io'l, i'l the meantime. thr was to surv y all the poiis, rovks and cuncv..fi, to | )Ovn'i.$ flot ( .', -on thP l;'th ilay ( f JIaix-h, U'l and It nviH.xrtnj iu fitCour.. by afiiusvit, l.ai the Te-jth lilt's, assorted : Styles, ileu'i Wool and Felt Balm, Chfldren'a Hat'
    said, woald pn.vcto L.- their lx*>t LienLs. This most rnarw1loly! liite. The iron sud'cied from and dotermii their attitude and ?aiLng d.rc: 1S(6( f tl.e of taking tl.c In'.tiatorj'j abu\e uaaicd .'orvi r purj-fFC the S'ic of Ki.ri..s, nut that hy are lK-yon.1 ihe juri. E. P. "WTXSTTR & CO.
    LUikJucalel :Is native of Kentuckyaid dcsl CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE Ol'ALL
    man a tions,14 maKisg a perfect m auu dcwrij
    want of provisions, and > .lod 4bemw'lvr-8 as .', Tiie foniuitiin of a truly lojul party
    z Mj ) 5 1 isfir ) d 4k>n of HIM Voun, and rcs-ule lit parts unkiMirn to Ko. 4 Sammis1 Block, Sign of the UoMen IorLur.r3otf .
    : i in h.s Ijojho d vas i in I Infiimily of ore of the woll as tiu-y could by excursions intc- th<> country lion of tlum that the secrets c.f tho c<,:;st niiyht v'tlunt'i': Sia'e. v.l.ofe locality hliull at lea t'ci paid complain It u or.irrtvi: '1 Lat the sail tleM-ndnnts KINDS..vxi T

    : ltix\kfii iJ.m-fi, v.-lio-ivyVtcJ and caornatd him Ui colic maize, he ins ami game t--.ui tluIndiaiiK. be brought clearly to light 'Within the same IPO <' tlu; RiTidr u* 'txjiri ssi'd in the uddii Jeremiah Rich iriLi and Nary K. Kichard", his vife ant

    p t<> acquire an d Lca'icbt. Mrrtdn-n .IL snnger. I Allx-it, by h's fccvc-rity piovoko-l revolt time he wa1-to settle on the coabt hs six hundred >8 up of tho: rrmnt> 'of the-irnitt-d States to each all]ol OUT the nn.l Ihtm aa Ou WIT uj-j'uir cid bid aol of they c mjiluiit are hunby within mjulrtt four 1to U1IJ_ cJrOt'EnTh:; > rnovisioso, -

    ------ -.- aiid nt t Io.i-j ailcr lie was -Liiu: by Ills f>l- men, m'lsvate' the country, plant tugar 11. St-r.a'ors' ,iid'I Pi.lcamcs from Ihs Stale of mnulis iroin the cs.e ui the publication of this < Tier, -5

    : A XE.EO MASONIC L< D -E. dirs, to in e t 1L 'ut.-Ivcs fi ont his tinoi'diirsiVli. cane ar.d cpen Sugar ]1hLUtitiifl3.! Jcju't mis- Vi; giniii. livered on the 10th of February, iiwl iliht in derail thereof ue seat toinpbdnaat's ail Southern Express Co., SOOba.rularovr --
    H.I of lumj'iuiiit be; i.-ki-u coiift o and iiurn-c be 510 bait barrel,. Yledr .
    A lodge f .-< ;..red !sasor.s has \nrn etabiih- tyranny. '1 he chief inwrdoitsl, and N'chola! ? sl<>i.r.iis weiC at h.iicl to btptc thf Indians I'fVi( aril l f>r fiuh c-tl.or iTuii"j.IHS as ihe Literttcf ti.t.-rt'l tiivifoi arronlin ly.piu B. A. l'UTX.\lf, established Express routes through Florida 20 casks B
    i iI! in lurhijii-ird, Liarng! iho name of 'James IJ.tric called ts, '.'e -onim.iv.d. pra e was jtor and molders! lo to gairi.-ciird in forts to j jro'ett the r-'n' jc'-ple: r.i'uLT dcjnand.Tpon Jan 13-lin. Judge Ka- fni Cini>it. nAVIXO to receive and forwanl fit-iglit rand casks Hams, (CinVntuUi Sugar Cnrea)

    l.vir." John llaiuloij.h. a jiixa-Ker, and f.r C l. At Iru-t f. ", ofix-llc-f: from 1'iar.fc, the tvlov.ihts.! Fiuthonu sie, one hund.cl hoises, iiifition of I>r. Lewis Dlbbong. of Illlk- valuable ] u.EaKCS to all puiata in the United States .*nil 50 barrel I'Oi k.-ifew and Prime
    t sirvii -: tie Indians built tv/o htuidi-fsl hc-.i-l cf catt'.e, f..ir: Lundrexl hefF, Homan- NOTICE. Kurop* with dispatch. .Jompetrnt nietwfUKL'N runjiing SO half barrel- Fulton Market beef-
    the br'g-
    enty-cxc yi'uc A icslut-nt; ol' I'oNior., is N.L1 I r, rh. n *y a bc.su' county, the Ih.n. S. J. IVaice, < on all the rtilroadd anti steamers from this ]>UKin
    0 nid John Olivtsr. Se'iitarv. Thlaha to I jiiiti'ie ami o.. r" r trusted tienjs] 'l\as to tluO f.>ur himdiod f-licc'T and goats \\e-ie furnisLe1.Th .- (!li it.unty, was unantmouMy e.tttwl Lnairman wci-k'- ".?er date, I wKI apply to th? Jn
    woikund>-r a *LNpensit.n! from the Grml j e-ar. Sl< rt.art 1 r.uaps! iviluoiil the wie'c'i- s was tin f m ltst coiKmi.-sion for cxpkn jug. of .ho Jii-i'tir.g, and Dr. Y'I: A. I.ivo'.yof IlilLs- Siri l ttf. ol .ilari. C'nuitly, lur letter of iministraUwHi (j*_ North and U'esrt. Fir further information enquire 25 hits SolitroriHX *

    ', Lodge of MahFathusctlE and numlw-r aLuutl o I vovagi'.s tojcaiu ibm. Finally, lh> y w ..fpi. surveying aid ttling tl.at uisiil iow is to IK Seretaiy.Uponfxamlnation i- the E-fcite oi Miry A. Ciryi-iv, and nLo the estate cf of U. .N. U.VUKI8, AgvntiTarvh > sad!* Kio C6n6 .
    Loro'cotir.ty, Iiaac X. Comer.Lr.e ofrai.i due ta-ed. 10 2m Xo. 2, Stonniis Clo k. 500 sack Liverpool Skit ., ,
    t: tyvi< nviiibi 6. C'f thnc a few aie from j keil up by s'.i. !f-i -'li ih bark arid cafiiv. prison met in the Spai.i-jh ''aiKlcnlos: l.c*.\vcvn .the it was found that ir.o-.t of F.I'ouuty M. COi Y EK.S, Adair.Ocnla 100 barrel coffee, eroahcd, graanlated,powdered Mir

    tv.e foiTner ne-ro, i j/.ulalif'ii! of IfhTu:,'.. '. i TS to Uucn L'i .1 r>c t h.7Oa kin; and h's coa-juc'fa'V.-o*. the counties in South Florida were largely rep- : March 1G-March 21-Cr.IX common brown Sujgw .

    ". rt-y are exLivdingU iiid in ing the tii'i' I ru.! 04, three vrssc-ls, the But just when Mon ndta was n ady to sail, rt nted. TO ARRIVE SOON. 50 barrels Molasses,Golden Byrtrp, *o .,
    ji8 ujx-n SOO barrels Soda, Sugar Boston tad Pilot BR1
    < 'a.'jiib: cf aj.jiltc.ants. No "eomnicn niggorb"caa urgent Oi one hi.:>'l! -d i'.rd twenty tons, all tl e neWS of 1.audrniers tdtleuicut of FreiithIlugueno'is Upon motion the fil'.ow'nj Rcnllcmrn wcro Nancy Wallace, ,I 300 boie Soda,'Sugar,Bo ton and Pilot BrM4 ;

    : come in.-J-jr. crowded *;*h men, niioY-r the c-ounnan 1 of Rir.dcT cnlho coast of Florila iciu hed tp >ia, appointed as a (ommittco to draft lenilutionsexpiersiveof vs. > Attachmen, Eitrm En-Tine chill Oils, Tallow Oib. Winter warnuitwl Bleached SO cheats half and quarter Tea, Oolong and Ujwtf
    will not a* bird by 'J drgrtet. and *
    ---- '4 i'.i n'. re, ?aile.l fiom hasTe dc Grass* furthermore that France was prj-aiing a new 1hoo1,'ccs: of the meeting : C. R.Mobky .Tames J. Counell. J l>.image J WO.ri heavier gravity,City Lard Oil, Winter Bleac. :,'War- 2000 pound Candy, Minted nrf toiywd

    Ifl1.: AT WASHINGTON.O4i ) K"d amv. d iii Florida,
    t .(.,k.r. on the 25th of June following. The king sent again for Mcnendcz, who had aliT ady J. \V. Platt and William Mjuusoll. notllied commencement of suit in the .b.te cau o $perm Oil for Locomotives or Head Jglits. Extra Me Wines and
    t},,; e enL'.;r oi the) day on w".ii-h taa llad.I by H ni-of attachment returnable to the ]>rii.g Term, of talic oil.pare Mecca Oil. procured from the Mecca Liquors.
    of him and d his
    ur'fcfortUTjefi cif the ut Cliar'ts fort d, t.r- taken leave m-atly r-nlarg taken and .
    colony A ieics if; two hours was upon the Circuit Ooun Tor the County and b.uU afire! aii!, Wells, Cleaveland. Ohio, warranted the beat on the
    : .!-. ;n Congit>b in>*od the Civil Itights Bill mined the i.d\CTstarers 4o mal o a settlement oa coinmiMW'n. In addition to the s-h'j/s under his the re-assembling of the Convention, the committee :vn t are required to aj>pcar, auawtr. plead or demur iu Continent. Also, English Drip, Black Oils ia assorted

    ovur tLe )1nd..i.ts veto, (reii. (>rait gave a the taiiks of Hoy ri*. T. It was a season of the command, he addel a largo force with 01 de-is to thn tif-h ther! chaiiman presented the fi.l- lie cril id by Uw. S. C. UicUlum, cans, Ik lied Fatal OU. Pare St. Lawrence White Lead. 160 ills old Kentucky"Whisky
    when *Xro. ion attack as quickly iv? possible the lic-ritics in llor- Ocala, March 21--Cm. 1 USiiif'a .%uy.I HUlil'Jid Lead, Dames white Lid, New 100 bbl&:old Bourbon Whisky
    j,- AU'l w.tcitA: .Hi, vh"-h s thus described Ly \rar nitiu-r ; puts on her lavIll's toning rx-f-o'utior.s which were read and adopted: York Lead. For coloring and shading, Mineral

    . the coiTojicndcnt of A Nc
    I.. ath smiled ; lz'.hn .. dors filled the air; the of thill y-fuur ve&sls, and three thousand in order to lay tie foundation for the formation Executive Office. Pruclan Blue. In Oil, in 88Orn't can. Crome Greene, 100 bbl& old Cognac Brandy

    - ThJviiint! was a fitting close to a day of {g !geous aia;,ilia.. aid he ever blooming gor- men.I.5 Menendcz was raa.c PC1.ct ual of a Tnion p'irty, in the'State-of Florida, whose in stoned cam, English or Haiudou's (jre u do, Le- 60 bbls. old Catawba Brandy .
    : .eii'- raMonls.. The oceunvnewj of the TAILAIUSSEE, FLA., Ajril 7th, 18C5.Vi'IIEItEASIt high Metalle RocbcUOcnfc. French Crome Yellow in 25 old Holland Gin '" '
    !.. forest xvitJi .'u Woom.! adclenta-lo, hereditary Govcnior and Captain that the pipes
    loiia, clerked v taoufi loyalty s'-all 1 o Uyond all question, Oil, in a... rted can*. ALe, Carriage Vanish No. 1, In1'iirpcnilno '
    lunriiiug lent to tie gathering a sjicxJal interest, Tip beautiful dieam whic h ins,.iirj the wander General of Florida. Chairman of this meeting shall appoint a c ommiLtoo Ii represented tome that on or stout ,Copal do for furniture, Erown Japan, iuTurpcutlne 300 cases find old Porir" -
    thoutii day ul'November, 15G5, ono AUiii Wutcmmn, In .
    vhichras hrk'.lsti-ned! by the ancsi>cc-tcd yrcsrnie ings of Da Leoi seemed to dwell in this benign iT Kn.-'anJ: c-'rnuJ! all Xuitii .t.nt. 1-a ihioujfi the of even who tliaM act as a Central Committee the Town oi'O-iiU, ytoritla. did till and murder Ja'ned M. ,EnglUh Patent Dryer lai Assorted can, in MADEIRA, -

    of PrcM-idc.it Johnson jvt tl.. ievrc. For t climate. ''fV> pleasant is t!-o place that the mel- d w-ovi'i-y of Sc'ttn i in Cabot in 1-JU7. T -c hsoi.n! ( 1.cT.U.U fir the LVi.n in the State, wl.oso Anderson ariiiitii "ot this State. end that said Wuteiuun Oil. English.Venetian. Putty {a Bladders Assorted Eflil -
    . houisOen. Giants not overs .ai'ioog nian.on H.rtnria tui trwptrt Lib. XVI, IC'fl wrt.K: f.ii ll- party h..s bl/.es, all of which 1 offer to consumer, and hope tosecurethepatronageofmany : :
    many. ; nnvholy awn change their 1 uncr, wix-t Lanznniere.8 thin Gui T>niiiun invcn.-rit inter s.I.tuie arnbier duty it fchall >x> to call meetin: s of the party, rcc e.cuji-J.' 'HlEilEFOEE David Walker Qovemor friends in East, West, -
    AOW of
    i CLARET
    was tnrung ;t*>! )iitin Joaiini 1'on In IA.Y1netsI ie'crunt- ch'e and IranfT?iit information, and to enfi flu ho i-'tute of Flori l-i: do by virtue of the authority In nuttul Middle and South Florida. To prove them, is but to -
    and nctiibilitM-s of the capital. 'J l.e iu :'.t if left bank vrrum quod ot certi iiis i-ft, )'C.Iqe alti.mstit jam cite committees try them. The paints can be mixed BO as to secure any 8AUtta -
    1ye miles from its mouth on tho a sucli otlu-r duties as id unial for such he/elty uller a rewiird on behalf of the State, of
    in the SiiavUrum Ciaho'nin-piinmmini'.ira IiiluiuTn! shade. They are cheap and lasting, and I want to "
    received the ltf l.-u-nl -
    two jaiJ.s on : r ; cf Two hundred UoiLirx, to any person < h'iJ ri.! s l' rty feat above the v-1 of the river.9 and that the party require <
    may ANoT1twfls.3
    to trade will not
    V.JKhim; M-ntu"* ('aKjna g IV'erMai- > : < nil hii"COUTP perform, biiild up a -consequently run any customer
    iu.11Vutvi and bun
    of this
    of in the will eot man in
    the an lodge jail
    ontranec tztl.- any
    ojipo-he i.orui. i The dcpcr.lent gnjir.-d to the W merits were *crvod uo, and tho bd oineit '.:.'; lc- to a level surface abut fix fet 1 above h'Vh tide. voted to dacuiug. The l'nidejit arrive from ice. Turning Went, he oantt-d liy the hlio-e; un- Machinists will find a great save In mine the oil*.- ,
    1 black hair
    very ttotil uilt little fair
    fort effected and retry l.olght, a gray,
    Ier the inarke-l cut be they
    engineers a of the can ,
    t.i he was l-ruught no fatS into the South, by reason of party The above articles are purchased from the nramiJaeturen -
    He 1 uiid D. WALKER
    unannounced. S.
    and took
    tttrly, a >oblti./n by mil >\K.II uuor lighted. ,
    i vli''h was ejiiitkly built ai"! i.amod in honor the iLnd LciiiIir. in that direction, that l-.c wan almost may lill vacancies..Thsotrcd A ill*-Ut Governor of Florida. direct. Give roo a call on lorsyth street,75 yards aPt -
    thc ado of his ditftinguihlicd Gi-ncra', and hhattd: of ilio icing tif i'ntnfx>, 11 t.i 'arolir.e. tquil In Witm'e Tilih the StiaiKhtnof Oibiaitc-r. C'aliot, Thst we call upon the Union men in pi West of the Post oflU on the opposite ride, *here I -
    in the labors of the reception. The guests be- suldMarljT, \f my wry frtaii. hom I use tiiniiimlr, hope soon to be open. S. C. MATTA1B. .
    A plan of Fort Caroline exits :-arris Caroli-- each in the Stale to co-operate with vs EVERY DESCRIPTION
    to arrive about o'clock and in and delimit to have him sometimes keep nc company inmy county NOTICE. April It tf.
    Ron eight poured HO; d ii>watio", drawn fi-Ji-i n'-mory by the cunning own hem e. IK-c. in. Bye Intro to Ihikuijt, in the formation of a Union party, and that they 1 1 '
    in an incaxant t.trcim till half past ten or clcvrn. P iln founded her title Ptlx-on'n In U12 in rpHIBTY Jays aiter dale, Ish.u apply to the Judge
    limner who the to ; upon vojnw ; men
    five loyal
    expedition truly
    acc. nM ; be to appoint
    requested iof Jockoiiville PARMINO
    Not the least remarkable number was A. while Fram-e rimmed this immense territoiy! l4.-caut I'robbte, o! iiuval County, at his Office in MILEINERY. HARDWARE AJ D TJTENSILSr
    giveaf enie di 'Tij'ts'Ti* by l,: ; pencil of tho won- visi'c'd by Jean Veiozzani in a imch nhip fmnii-liod l by (ju-h county who diall act as county Central F'.a., for leave to sell the real estate of John '. 'xvij-''r:
    Stevens, of Georgia, whoso spare, careworn i ders ol La Nom il'e' i'l mi'-v. I 10( The fort completed, 1u u&bs I. at the expelise of tie Fre-tn eown in 1524. Committees, and that tlw Secretary of the State L'liugle deceased. 8C8AX L'ENGLE, JUST ARRIVED AND NOW OPEN ONPorsythe NAILS .

    figure and striking face made him easily distin- Kjvcial expeditions wen n a"lt i.to the interior. ] S -e the n-laMon cf Jean de Ve-rjizxl, s Florentine, of the Central Committee be furnished with the names AdminUtratrix. Eitdte of John L-'Engle. ;

    .i guibliable among the throng and, though he evidently i commanded b}' H inr rOtlimy and YasBOtir, officers j 1'u d liy him diseovt.red Jn the name of hu maji-fty Franca of the 1'resident and .Secietary of each county March 21-SOdaj* Street TRACE CHAINS; -- -, .
    I, lCiii of France.Written nt Dieppe the fcib of July!
    retirement much TK YARDS West of the Post Ofllreon the
    sought as as possible,
    ,-. under Ijiudcinnicrc.: In this manner the 5i4, In Hakluyt's voyages Vol. HI, p. 2U5. CanolIV Committee, and that the county Committee per NOTICE. side. A well selected stock of Fashionable Sprir.g STEEL CORN MILLS, ;: -
    old-time friends found him
    many out and held I St Johns river was explored, and mapped as far 11 M. Coll. VoU II p. 117. form the usual duties of such Committees in Uoods. Moderate profit and quick trade. Thanklul .
    weeks after date I shall to the ton. : j
    him in pleasant c mversation. The different 2. Delxry Jllnlorla Xavl ation! in r.rHfilcam.S. 2IX apply Judge -
    widely for M.A, MATTAIB. CORS: MIJ.TR!
    aa Lake Gt.orge. Le Moyn, who accompanied ('up. Friinvoli liaiwaiiler VUitturioe A'otablr tit laFliridi heir respective cotfntic 3 of Probate, of Duvnl County, tor letters of administration patronage. SF1 ,
    of tlippe
    fate two Vico-Fresidcnta uncompromising the explorers, made fipintcxl dialings, vihieh nay thiity di-gi-ecs North of the equator. Kcudred, That wo call upon all men who have on the Estate of Sarah'A.Houston,late of said ApiUH-1m PLOWS : .

    loyal Tunnroean, and the reluctantly better illustrate life and manners at that period 4. Man of Xoith Auiei it-a, by J.Dae 15bO.M..p taken President Johnson's amnesty oath in good bounty deceaeed. .
    : disloyal Georgian- too marked not to of l-'Jojiaa awl Aialaclie'byilflet! 1S97. ViL II. UOCSTOr, AOminiatrator.
    itself to mind.was among the Florida Indians, than any representations On a map of the Mexican Oulf of 1552 it is described faith, and in all cases, where it can be done, are March 31-6w. 5EGARS SEGARS SADIBOS? :
    present every scenic wliich have boon of State officers to
    written or pie- K. tie ra'.men. willing in the election give S.C:
    , Shortly before ten o'clock a hurried whisper servocL The original Indian name 1 Is Ylaceo? 'Walata! or I-la-! ho preference to men who, during the rebellion, NOTICE. FINE HAVANA SEOARS Very Choice. GJUNDSTUNDS;
    passed round the room that Thad. Stevens was ta-river f many Lake The Spanish author of thin
    I command of Kttlemeuts witn tne uov-
    Like other European known to
    bucn sympathize DOMESTIC SEGABS-Varions Brands.
    coming and pressed forward to sec the ef- and even later time used the French name ii hrh: they have A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Thomas Nelf .
    many in America, Laudonniere had to contend irani-la'ed to Ki Mayn.. Tlilis Loirever. WAR not in general ornment of.the United States, to co-oporatowith V. son, bite of St John County, deceased, are requested AX.SOrpuajcisn
    feet of such a meeting as that of the I'ennsylva- with the mutinous spirit of his men. They even use, an
    kiia Mqiiktophelee and the President on such a plotted against his lifo, and had resolved to ream later conquered that part of Florida: and built bit bad ttmo loyalty that a man's claim against said Estate,are requested to present the SMOKING TOBACCO **! .
    S day but there was no umtsttal manifestation.on Jan Matheo on the river May, the Spaniards Introduced it a sign same duly autheiituated to the tuideriiigncd within the JL Big Lick Smoking Tobacco
    ; and Thad. after distant poison him, or to blow him.up with powder while another name-llio San MaUito. The English changed participation in tho rebellion shouldbe, used as time prescribed by law, or this notice will be pleaded in Right Bower Smoking Tobacco HOLLOW WAIffiOP
    w Kthcr side, exchanging a sleeping in his bed. the Spanish name to St. MatliLu, and when the Caroiiilans argument to place'nmYin power in the State bar for their recovery. DOHA IELSON1 Kilhickinick Smoking Tob.xo-uine

    courtesy with the Chief Magistrate, passed Two of tho ships had boon dispatched. to arrived near the fcef nning of the XVII Century, an Government Administratrix. line Cut Chewing Tobacco
    into the next room with a gratified smile on his hey called it Bt. John' river. On rome old Spanish or Federal 8L Augustine, Fhv, April 21Sw.NOTICE.. Anderson's Solace
    Haturnine France The Breton remained at anchor before narMi it la called Itio I'loolato and tian Juan, from uliich Xaolvaf,.And tha as'we; tHo truly loyal men Anderson's Amulet -sIz'
    vkago. the"fort. This was seized ly the malcontents last it wa changed to San Wan and St. Johns'. of Floiida arc tiot'projferljundca stood in the O. K. Currency ALL KINDS AND
    - Mrs. Grant wore a rich straw colored moire, who went on a piratical cruise against the S. ISlliitarit NoiahkdtLa Florid*m fte in/unite par of, the United States, wo call upon the For sale at wholesale or retail by

    ft with low corsa o, trimmed with lace.- The Proeidcnt's settlements of tlie Ant 1 '1 heir M. Ratanitr t Partt\5S8 The notab'e' history of Floridi j jmtuuleln F Congress weeks a.ler date, I will apply to the Judge of E. r. ,--WEBaTfc & C0j .
    Spannish es career to select some good
    Central Committed No. 4 SaramU' Block Street JaCkienVI1LsY1a.
    daughters Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Sto- the Western Indies, containing the voyages State SEC Du\al Florida for letters ol Bay ,
    of County
    t ,
    was short and disasterous. With those who made thither tr certain French and wishes and represent Sign of the Golden Mortar. Fet S--tf| WOODWAItI--
    ver were each attired in black velvet and Mad- Captain* navlpifors, man to make known oftr, administration, cfc torn nan, with the will annexed, .on .
    > remained Laudonniere continued written Captain Laudonnleie ho commanded there :
    explorations, by interests to the President; of the United the Estate ol Ocor0'O Uibls late of said County deceased. .
    fcmo ifontholon! in & magnificent white satin through the winter and pprin of the coast during fifteen month To which, ts added a fourth our and we believe that 0. C. GIBBS, -
    M. 3T5TRELL.
    voyage made by C'antaln OourgueJTPublinlKd State and to the'Congress
    drew trimmed with crimson velvet Flowers AdminUUator. ,
    i 21-Sw.
    and South and the interior of the April
    country by BotButirr, a cknlUc Ficnch gentle Cot UB. Hart, of JacksonvUle, would give OF EYERVi1WILLOW
    and pearl word the prevailing head-dromes, and obtain from the Indians and 1580. .
    to provisions manS satisfaction to the .Union party and do much STEAMBOAT AND SHIP AGENT,
    there was cxupicaoo* absence of diamonds 6.. Anz. Carolina. NOTICE.ALL .
    to search out mines. Two Spaniards were said
    gold 7. Hi Nut. tie la. Florida. the'State should he bo selected by _
    awl jowdry. Nothing occurred to mar the reception a good to "ons whc to the fort the Indians from the lvicmitv per
    brought by 8. Ottixny, Laudonnlere, lleutcn.-u.t, ranginS' the for- committee.?* 7 bite of Uuval ,
    .r. / Eirfly L. Donaldson, county
    which was of WA1t1
    pre-eminently a eueecetREPOIrIOP
    of Cane Canaveral wrecked fifteen years eat, met a Tenf raWe Chief; who assured him that, he wai ;
    the of the lorcgorag TCEOJ uuons, dcceaaed, will present them without delay to tne unucr- ;
    After adoption MERCHANT
    tile fiuner ot live tncceMire generation, and.uiat Le had -
    before on tho- Martyr: islands. The/ were in j lived two hundred and nfty yean. Jiataniti-i '_ the President, after consulting freely with the signed, set tho> indebted to said estate, are requested 4 -- -

    THE : RECONSTBUCTION appearance and ''manners quite like the native 9. St John'* Blult The kite of tb a fort long since members of Convention, present, appointed to make immediate j yme&AL, DOKALDSOXM BATSTRMT ZSrAXyAlT GSO.i 3000 BASIvETB- from One qpxxi W '
    coiMITrEE.WJ.IUXGTOX themsclve The of the Caloosa dinappeat Within the of ihos .- urin--"
    King memory now the following named"gentlemen as members of ch 21-St IScecutrix.: (aCcOrD 'DOOE wan or A. tow co.) > 4't'4 1')
    the river has worn its bank on the left or bluff tide, -
    away bnitiehi
    April 2S The Joint Commit- tribe, on whose territory they had been wrecked, more than three hundred yard, M that the locality oi the State Central Committocr TTA8 unsurpassed facUlties in connection with atearoJLL -; :

    Lee OIL Itocbnstmelion have agreed, twelve was, according to the report they brought, a the fort must be on the opposite Lank In the palt mars)': C. R. Moblcy, Esq., Dr. W. A. Lively andWcsleyMansclL OF FLORIDA, DUVAL COryTT.-2fo- boat, Ship and Eivllroadi and AJanu Eapress Co, .

    against three, proposing amendments to the monarch and priest of great power. The treasure 10. Jureg Is Moyne do 3orgues, a native of IMepeei'aped of Tampa ; O B. Alien, }.sq., STATE hereby given to all persons Indebted to James for forwarding. Boil Chr&-. STATIONEEY't
    returnjwith CammelI "VfrVler
    Constitution.1st he had collected from Spanish, wrecks on the the massacre by the SpanIards at d. Hart of Jacksonville ; Latimer, fieceie.1,- late of said State and county Ii fertoHunt tc Co L.B.- Dart PAPER ..I .
    udorjnli re lo England. During thelcUure hours o4Key.WiBt,! ; CoL O..B, forward med than, f arannah, (/a., Qeo. F. Jackanq, ,
    .No State shall make or enforce any law neighboring reefs and keys, filled a pit in one of hours of his after life ho ikctched from memory many Capi Gallaway, of Pensacola, and J.%W., Cul- whether liv note or account,all to come persons holding cIiiIln .Aujrusta,-W. A. Hull, K, C. Leg Co., Macon. a )ls INKS a LniiI

    abridging jrir30gfcf oriiamnnities to citizens of iiis villages.six foot deep pful bail pa many feet scenes Florida, aiding his ocollcction by.the pnbliuh-) : of"Jasper.The'rosolution 'i Immcrtttte naif paymentAnd estate re liereby notafiod. to promt them Verdlery, P. P. Veas, Athrnt*,. A. A,- Lorme, (l.. Wi ;
    Esq., oculist hams J. 8. PammU it. Co, J. C. Orceler, .Tacksonrlile -
    Long ,
    ed naxaUve of Chateaux and Landonnlrre. ,lie died hiIMI the time prescribed bylaw or :7
    within I
    The United State*. If or hJiV.ny Stat44epi4voany wide.Tta i About this time De Bry visited London collecting was then adopted reqnefiting duly authenticated LOUPSA LAlIMllhi, Fk, Teaidalo ft Beode U. JHart.. FaSMlca,

    person of lifei liheiiy. jar jowperty,without Bhips not returning from France in Mayas materials tor his Ptrigrinaliont, and obtained,these the Union papers in, the SUte. to pubh hJ they.iartb..10-tt will be barred. AdministratrixfICEJ iTa. ENVEI.O1 le' !

    the woes of law, nor deny to any person wfthin Ltudonnicre had ordered with fresh stores of iketcliO* from Iso Moync' i idow, forty-three lit cumber proceedings of this meeting and that the Secretary .

    its jurisdiction equal proMrtJon of lAw*> prevision* for the colony, their situation became Utaitnong dwellinfcfs oottumen.the exploit war and of the agricultural l>encn, a'so tie figure,; furnish a copy to'the Florida Timrt. - Q. H1LT05 T.JC.KlXSStt ian .- '

    id. Jirr artlIng desperate Famine stared them in the lace- Implements. PEAIiCE: Pres.AV.iAM4thz1 : Savannah Kew York,' :
    ; enUtfvB tatty&pprtiqI and ceremonies of the native Each painting aooom- : r1 ? r- a ana"on.board tenitiaiu
    tha *
    to their respective'nomben, 'counting the Meanwhile, powerful Indian tribes were con- paaicdvlthra brief Latin ezplanauon,ana.the work *, SOd..4. .- ICE Uiplto dclivcrtd order.at Bt depot*. .23< cent per pcand. fcramounUlaa HILTO : &- BiNB i JELL LLiZ !1S

    whole nvnVxjrqf persons.from each State, ex- fodtfotfing br.thdr destruction. Several of the dove wIth a nunatlre ot the Expedition --- .. than 00- Exceeding (00 pomri XceMa. -. 1rn.a
    iobablUntiam'etconc LLE.-J
    iBdomm FiorUUm -
    pronnclam *
    but whenever in French had been killed in battle and more than TUB DEAD AT DE SON April 28-tf CUA8. A. FAISCSHJ -.r.i.dfist
    lading indiani not taxed ; any primum IblAVra *4 vivnm exprea4 Jooobo LeMoym .TBUTH. WHOLESALE GROCE1tS, v [ DR U H 7t
    flUtethe'elective frMxchlse'diride*" any'5 portion twentywounded.And cay cognomen da Uorgao*:,addlU ad Uifrtila brevearam r I8GRA51iFUl C -
    declaration nune vero Theodore de ThVlotusVfflo Ccnmer it has opon its ta- WkNTED 103 607 Street; near BarnirdSavaxmaii; 6eo 1
    ot the male citiion* not Ian fta i twenty-one now in this their hour'of deepest gloom, In IncUae reoen *. .: "BryLeotucnce says contam- 32 SITUATION v.- ;

    yean of age, of in any way abridges, cicept'for1 on lie Ourct of August four ships'were seen bear' Franoofortt ae ad moemrra. erulgata Trpl Joanl Wecheli fiomttbn Ue ft pamphlet of seventy-four Andcnonvflle.pages;, It A inUHLY wlncoUd and accomplfahed Branthern A constantly receirteg per steamers fromrjTewTortctbe ALL STAPLES 0 DgtrGa.ctnAx.
    Anno the list of Union dead jrt A. de.iem* itiialiona oveinfl.ea in a private largest and most coroplete Msortnteal ofUrooeries
    . participation ia the xwellion other crime, the ing towards the mouth of May rirov The fleet Vero Theodori doBry; Sf.D.XCI bIg lady --
    and glahco through its Kefcrpnee given and rBcjuired Addrew 'w' in the city, i.u..' : *-- :
    of Indthn Florida. fcmSy.
    Tranriadon. Inhabiting sad as
    : irnr catalogue .wo
    Vourf in rwj State ahalt b.rtdncei > uc1oT tin the roadgtead, and th, same day its is a '
    representation > fla. t
    *i>ctjbfiil t OrdtsbmsiompsflW&by.remLalaBce.n'
    fIrst drawn m t&e tpet frotn-life fcy Jaroe* .1* Moyneurnamex hokB.down.an, .cia- y4etkfloxM : -. LSDDERY.
    / in tQ, proportion which the irtmben of commander,*" the F-ngj'f n. Admiral, Sir John } 4e Mort .To which It added a brie/datolptioa nwurnftti%pages- saem1o the time --'rauahaece hI'Lni4glian Jonrnal pIAu'*' publish lowest market pricev t- .1 .
    q each,'EDA > wupjrji to the'wbol ntufiher Uawkimrcama. np the river:in a pionacOj and of etch bitelv Engraved on copper at Lelge (?) and; oration nsht that a't .vcrr ens on1b, end geiatbl to this Oftcel% -' - : I : --- --

    l flJEnglish first ptibuahM at Frtnkfcrt mtteMata la theprbitlngofflc* these men irwptasafc awir/by hundred- April-tS lm C,
    I bf male dtittw'not less Hwenty-cW years* liQefccUf Fort'Cah liixeJlAwkins Js MaLy.T.AN,
    of John"Weekel at the hoverey at -
    expense, TJz.olore Iri Confederate Government was 3'
    navigator wtoundft flag de ry1ntheyr15L N003CK GAEDENSEE ; A1LS
    ieof -
    .. tcli ,
    priaanOITL -
    voluntanyjaid ttU Ut passed through the Golf -Florida; Eels too, 11. adByfVornin.-Wt' T > T ita kntwbe$ gfor,& ,
    11. HackhrrtlllMirAndcwoa ITUt oCorn. I.<00. and w'W'coUjrdenied '-' That these ToCgiIQLlZR$ irioetli ;of U J ck cmTiIle GsaL1bttThmpkny'wI1I : large stock fresb1srtte 8ea&etbinth1
    first foundOT of the 'SlATe trade. Iii .
    i the Eiigliab 13. 3t mould:aoem 'from'. Landonnier*' in'l3amer$ rest in far off and in many cases nn- l>e convened *h'Tud.daviIie s14 1xida, Ich are offed ,- -
    (o rote farmembenof CongreM 1662 h* sailed to the westrtoast .Africa, kid that be gse hte Dote krtheaboo.onl7.L..Th 1SIOD men now upon..thosewhn 8th r. U. ia ,
    m&ayosib fai'3y cbrgca)1o order of t* Also a ieiyne so4oQci-Mofthe -
    't of toBt the .thelrlomwu4-voYMe By
    napped a jwgroea/aM'carHedJthem wet to nhlt colony on -
    cargo .th@ ticd1a of PrL 8. RALDW1S, collection. For sate by : tit P.WKB3TEttSlor'ar
    YOjOCtlid pr -
    wbicbEairkin hadJndudin his pfflar Of v tree p* best18l3 --
    Doming whirer they found a ready majket at Government for a full amid fair exChange. w C A. Torxo, Secretary a4 Treseiaer..priI2S WboleealeandrutalI Drunlata. ilg s.f 1Iis..O. Jd ;
    4th. Ncithor the United States nor any State High price. Hev then loaded his vessel with a sage.ft Han-la 1. c. p 63-66. Confederate .. Xo. 4 wnmLf Block. 4si ?.f -
    05 obligation ia- valuable cargo and soiled i>n hjjj homeward voyi 1 1&. BwdaD.il' .- k --- : --" ii




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    t"1-;' AGGRIOULTURALfl. ,"perennial forest trees, perennial Pay and TransportAtton Volunteer Officers.of Mmtered-ont j C SL.A'lBR FOfc, CHARLESTON .', L'O"K : Jffl

    and herds, south 38 deg. north a VtA SAVANNAH .AND FERN lWIN ,: .
    has .,. I
    The official order UOat
    (From the Maryland Farmer.) latitude, by a perennial nation of farm following Just 'm: 'nw'ntunint SCHR. WM. B. -

    The L tak1 Tobacco' Plant ers.-[D. Lee, in Country Gentleman. Wen:isued in relation to the pay and .

    PA.SCTULU MOBKIS Esq., THE Coburg family, during the last transportation out of.the allowed volunteer to service officers: mustered Has" Arrived at 'St.' ',]rarkSL6 'rDiQy: ,'.& 'B YA'S:

    DUJ1 SIB -You '.
    :' stated ADJT.-QEJI.'S WHOLESALE ,, -.. .
    fifty years have been noted for their \V A1L DKPT. Omcs ) .... .
    last fall in "Rural Advertiser 1 1 "
    your Prince of Sax&- WASHINOTON, April 13/1866. J > .

    that 1 had, 'successfully cultivated the Coburg gooclluck., whose whole Leopold income, was so Officers of tho regular army when D'I C ATOR', DED WITH t BqJcerif and Family!

    celebrated Latakia tobacco. I have mustered out of service, under cent s- CAPTAIN L 1L COXETTER. I .

    now great pleasure in Bending the shabby three hundred pounds a year,, sion volunteers will bo allowed full i LEAVE 'CIIARt.EI'ON: born Ad a I .
    as *
    you oftholhitish W Y.
    married the heiress thronein I WednesdY morning. at 6 O'ct rJr.A.
    every .
    following statement i 181G dropped into a life pension of, pay and allowances of their grade in the .V AK i M.and Savannah every Wednesday a 4 o'clock*'. SPRING ; : t
    The tobacco known "Latakia" ; tiro time they are M Ilcturninj?W'iJlleavo Jacksonville every Friday COODS; FOB -
    ( during ,
    as orLatakeyeh
    i regular army Savannah, Saturday Is'i
    fifty thousand jtounds on her death in morning, at 3 o'clock A. M. OpEKATTHE OLDS' ANf iy
    ) is not peculiar to the city authorized to delay joining their regis morning at 9 A. 11.' Arriving at Charleston
    1817 chosen of Greece in .
    was King to
    ; ,
    For freight or passage apply '
    of that name, on the coast of Syria, but 1830: but doelinod became King cfi I mcnts or corps, subsequent to: their 1 same evening. 1. Y. COXETTF.R.Otflet' : : Kewnan '
    is cultivated of the volunteer service cx- on Adacr*.Wharf. St
    tho entire muster-eut Allen
    bin :
    i 1 Belgium in 1831, and rcignodfortwcnty-1 RETAIL DEALER Messrs. L. J. OILMARTIN CO. & ,. .
    Mount Lcbannon where receive loaves .
    region 1 have seen i celt in cases they Agents at Savannah.F.
    j five years with great fcucooss. His sister ; form their ., DIBBLE,Agent at Jacksonville. SlncC"iitffife they Kare""re-bail* r eit
    it from Acre on the sou Ji, to the mouthof of absence in ordinary on -- .
    a xx>r widow though "a born princess &tablh.bment
    the Antioch the ] when tho usual j .. _
    Orontes near on own application, regulations *-
    ) !
    (as Willis culled little; I JC.co.lomini U. S. MAIL LINE

    jaorth. :Although it is considered, everywhere l the singer ) married o-io of the will apply which govern pay and ,
    in the the finest smoking ; of officers on leave. ; IN : OF BRICK.
    Orient as English royal dukes, and their only'ur- javivinp 1000 rlECES B.XQ FRIT5, AMERICAN. : .
    tobacco, (bringing a much higherpnce !' 2. Such officers when not furnished Sprague, I'lnIli2;'Allcn'Ierrima.,&c. 20c I
    child now occupies tho BritiSh( 3H pieces fining DcLaine............ Toe
    than the Turkish or Bumehan,)) thioue} her daughter will day ; transportation in kind, will be allowed I I IGellaralMerchant1is F. ". 200 pieces Lawns '.laronet-: -.....'...... S.V AnJ arC flow oflcrinfj to the 'bHv
    ; one bej .. : 100 aol rixl Or ... 9
    : from the pluce where they are __ ... piece plai.1 r 'IU1C'f WH.
    its is in iuilcag -a. : -
    greatest consumption Egypt Queen of Prussia. Another of the known 50 4 pieces )Mozarabiouen .............. 3"V choice supply ofPROVISIONS
    its mustured out of the volunteer service to FAVORITE steam packet ftrrmcrljf as 50 ......
    where singularly soil and aromatic. ; THE pieces plain an 1f'IC.! .Urenadine .tt.C! >
    Coburg family man i id a daughter of u.John," now named the 10 bale M Brown alrtmll............ 2t): .
    quality causes it to bo in such demand: Louis Phillijp"! France. Yet another: I Iis the i station of their regiments ar compa- GKETTY 5bale4flruwnSuirtung.: .. ......... 23c :
    ) : where lir. to HELEN bales ...........
    that nearly the whole product of Mount L' \ nics, or place >t assigned 10 4-4 Brown Uainine 23c
    father of the present King of PortuJ J ,: commanded l>y Captain O. H. Inpraliam, Is again wr. 10 bale t-\ (Applefn A)."..............28J c ,
    Lebanon was there consumed. Tho fla-:' oldott duty after muster-out, manently on the line from the gal. Leopold's son ('l'ou"eJ an t J: I :f. Officers of 'tho vol untcr service, i iI Iaiks. Kin., touching ft rvriftmnnwirk., St. Mjr\*. 5 ca.e* h .eac1c t Sflr.in..I&
    vor soT'diflerent ordinary: : "ATREDUCED
    : Austrian archdudios, and his only Kernandma nnd all lamlmps ou the St. Johns river, to 2 cam* ? Bieachtil Buirting........... 22ccaies H
    varietiesof tobacco", that I was satisfied, Mexico. I i including tho Veteran LVscno: Corps, I 1'alatka carrying the U. S. MaiL She mill leave S.vannah .%- 2 4-1 Bleache.1 8'.irtingr fi.'........ 27c
    daughter is Emprc.s s of Saturday, at 10 o'clock A. M., arrive at 2 4-4 Bleached ......."
    with in v.-licn mustered out of service, or relieA'- qyt-ry cases Shirting:" ;-e
    on first making acquaintance it I No. 2. IIOEG'S BLOCK D.ST.., Jacksonville on S'livlay, and retumiux will li-ave tor

    :Egypt, that must be a distinct species. ; The Southern States.le!! tl from duty, or ordered to their homes ; Savannah every Tuesday or a-at!4 I\pply o'clock"1'1 hl-ad A. or M.toJOhN For WHITE GOODS. PRICE:;
    I afterwards saw it in all stages of growth I II I The eleven .si-ceded states, about j to await further orders, are entitled tot freight engagements H. .FAMMI8.Jacksonville.
    on Mount Lebanon, and my conjecture j: whi< h so( much discussion is going on transportation allowanre from the place I September 23-tf Agent at CHECKS NAINSOOK TAPE, Give us a Cti I'
    thus relieved from ,
    1 where duty
    was immediately confirmed. ', Co are not exactly like .MuhoJUet's they arc I SOFT MULL SWISS MULL,
    jgress Florida
    The plant is low and stout rarely exceeding j: cofin, suspended between heaven j'L to the.place where they were first mus- !I I Jacksonville, --Stea.m Sylvan Shored DOTTED SWISS MUSLIN,

    three or four feet in height, with I' and earth; but they are sue.tig. 1 It tch.(I into]lO U.' S. Eunice I WHITE TARLATANS, April i -3t

    a very thick, ridged, vicious stem; leaves j somewhere between in the Union and I. 4. Officers in the volunteer service or- rJ14' BRILLIANTS, -
    'broadly ovate, rounded at the end, of a : I dered to their homos preparatory to be- j ,. .- 1
    of the of
    out it. They poem to be sport j. .;: .- .. IRISh LINENS. Soap Soap
    'dark green color' and velvety texture ; I h political thimble rippers-"now you set j I i ing uiusk'rcd out of service are-consid- TVTOULO nill attention to hislar and well wlectedt

    flowers very short and of a pale, yellow i| 'Cii) nrd nO.you dou't"-fir some pur- i red as changing station, and entitledo J I Htuck uf goodtl1l'hi.ll u oifuivd at Captain James Tucker, WhITE AND COLORED MOODY .

    ish-green color, in dense clusters, with] pjses they fiFO in, but for others they ; t the allowances provided for in par. .1, LEAVE Savannah every Tne1ayat 10 .\. & BARRETT .

    large spherical seedpod.hich; (I I L '!( are out Exactly what should bo: 113, Revised Army Regulations. WILL' ,arriving JarkHonulle on We ln daji.- MUSQUITO NETS.
    ben'd..ill : 1-j. 1). TowN }:xri Returning will leave J..k n.mp.'CI' Thursday Stoam Works
    have noticed ? ftalhswith Soap
    ) d->no, scorns to bo tho great questions niifbt after arrival of train from the wcxt. ,

    their weight, and Eoin'otimos'droop:'j I with politicians land they are questions: I, .Asst. Adjt. ( (. :n3l1 rI vij'X':1 O:B. Jacksonville, Feb 17-tf F. DIBBLE--Agent.- A Large LotofCLOThING.
    so as to touch tho earth. The plantsexhale ; which should be Fettled tho I Savannah, Georgia,
    | one way or i,; It i..stated that ihuinjf a recnrit storm in \Visconsin FORSTKAMEIi EN'I'ERPRISEFLA.

    a peculiar gummy odor whi!< other. The lusi11eS'4 interests of the :j tim liglittiing; wan seen to strike iuto the |I 1IUfC7.\C'IT1LrR. OTBKOVry

    'TlWiDg I country demand this. 1'114)et"CIl: I 1 lukos. in the v.cinity; of Ma li.son, and ma-Sco of -. 20 tw women"* Boot.............$I.JO G LTCERLYE. WTIXDSOR SAIf
    Mv t'( ,.3 obtained from Epypt, | th.Hctwufit-tinthickr5cs.swuicthiown huudrjJs I _\I&iiI .- 10 oivf ifonwn'a B.Um.............. 1.S5 AXIS TOlLtT SOAPS OF KYERY VIOLET
    :| States are larger, by tJ1u:1H1I-o"sqn: ( re..' ofltrt in th ; : i' General C"aJ t. no"..carrjini the 10 do patent Tip Ualms..............2.0W, SClilPTIOXs
    whiLh4 It h K. been brought direct in-in ;, miles thin: all England Pranco Spain: ]( ar kke,11l'lthdc 'l'tlI08q'c.jantl; : Mail 8hrrley. Jlck..nrile lor 1'olat- 10 do JIen'8 Brogans...............1.75 \fEj=SRS. MOODY & BARRETT would pcctfajl
    -d i the; latont Imat, Kt live liy) tho chanjj: ; of v.qior ,, 30 do Men's Fine Sowed Boots.......7-W iVJL ly announce to the public that they have just openthcJr
    Mom l-au.'n.! It first sow in' ks, and intermediate landings every Saturday tnornin?
    ; was I Portugal], and all the Gonnanir Confo-'j .)lifitlidva5 ho !t!init as tn nrso; the t 'mlj'rl.- I.I.t at 9 o'clock. and will leave 1'alatka and iiiterne li.\te 10 do Men's Fine Balms...............%.50 e
    a hot t lid I at"" .it the middle of March, I deration, including Austria and Prussia, ire in u few }hou.b f ln>ii below the fioczinjf point l landings for Enterprtv on every Monday at 3 A. M. Keturninu 13 do Men's Buckle Congress...........3.75; #

    and tbht -.' 1.1:11 >, transferred to the garden:L I I to that of summer ((72 dr'g.) and SCl'it I DRY GOOBS. will leave Enterpri-e on thu "'toJ.ne inom- 5 do Men's t Buckle 0:1ord..3.10. Steam Soap Works
    the 10 do ... ,
    h :j! a s following table (shows : I I'l in l (? follow ina at 5 a. m., and l'aatka! on Thursday morn j Welt! Calf Balmi ........
    ; fir t \ <',.k in May. They grew very '! thorp f for nearly b\4' *--flll1r hours. li i inK at 8 A. M. Freight' for HiUer Bprin and all landini 20 do Boys and Youth' Boots..........1.75
    the AliEA S-QrAEE SlILUf. --.---- I 'i on the cawaha! taken at through rates. 10 do lio-'eS Riltru...............IJiO and are fully prepared to fill all urr1t'r. for the ..l1owij
    i blossom
    ond ltixux'Lti4ly., ,hl'l" and gan to the first seed-pod.-by i,i ):n. :inJ.......................".......10,!!::2 j NOAH WHEATON- --- IX EVERY VARIETY. For freight or paj=air',apply on board JOHN or CLAlJK to :0 do c-n lilies Luaticg Gaiera..2.00 lu 4. OMENS' t PALE SOAP K.\Bar TR nd t Toilet A). 1.E.ITR1 .Scapa: .
    ( t ) : .......... .
    i Kriinrp ..................201.071 KarcU ,Jackol nvi1l4. Xo. 1 JtZSJX OR YELLOW SOAP,
    10 tf
    nl'PIltod a 1J' i Ih later. I have to doubt I: I Iilil..t I I SpUnrd,: J' [i Gi-nn' .lc (V>; fcl Tciion, includirtc: .\111 tni: and I I an VULXWAL ou
    it ",111,; l>e e1ually well, or pr-r-j!: 1'rusria........................041,414 i!. HOME SPRAGUE New Orleans CASTILE ETC re,
    1m,= !)"P i i.. t to plant them until the., 5'j! DOORS| SASHES BLINDS COCIILCO, HEGATl-A, dozen.50 eases ilcni' B ick and Cvlured Ifat,|12 to J21: AI--o, a large variety Toilet Soapn com n..lDr
    1 10 r
    niidtlie r r.1: of April., Their grow th'M'nj i' jom AMERICAN: GLEN COVE, ArALACIIICOLA AND ST. MARKS, $PALM;

    was inu"I" ; rapid and vigorous than !I i AEIU I.V :f-QrAKK: !IILr.irrlnta. ARNOLD'S, Ieuar: Semi-Monthly: Ta'ktt. (.J JP 11.r 1-.

    '- .................................:1;' 2 : rOOD MOCLDIXGS, I II GLOUCESTER AND OTHER PRINTS GROGERiz.50bagiItioC.ofle. : ; ALMOND
    L.J.t: of tliib !\ American tobacco-plants be- ;i[ North CV.iol.tia........-............ .....45,,!k' i BLEACHED ANI)13HOWN SHEETINGS; The Florida Tl.J..P..RE.TT.
    1tJp ''ii.. t''i.' seeds of which had been '. f lu'hr.. li.1...'.........................28,0001 I AND I Steamship ......................1Oci. ROSE,
    Ge-.ra.......................,..........5 i,00() SHIRTINGS i I I :, ,...rel, Cru-hcM auou...................20c l'IJ/J/lC'E
    nod at ib. same time. Tho diIIIQ.t : \la10301Il............................ ...10,722 :i Builders Materials, TICKING, KICIIAKl liOACII, Commander, )0'11) barrel Flour....'................*liW I LA J".f.
    aw1 which MU-i i.jp.i.................................,'Sfi i EXDlJIH.IWHY:, WlLLlei\eS'. Marks for Xew Orleans on the i',t 20 u ( was only mode- i I/mi-Una...............................41.2V5 |i iiLnira 268 & 270 Canal,., armnl of car, touching at Apa'achioola : ,- \Vine............................ Xo p.-nv will be"pared to wake 01 r soaps equal j in
    iriy: ru-is.f med to suit them I .\1 <................... .......,...51,1'ts i\ the 2d and Ifilh, and leaving same daj". Will a"e 25 barrel1 White Wine Vinegar.......... quahty! Itlx and perfume to any. Anurit-an or Fvmpi
    per- T.wncc............... !. year Broadway, XE"YOU1. OSNABURGS New lie 8th 2ld Soarx*. Our motto shall be **
    1 ... ...... 4VW | (1-.o\Us for Ot.rkM on anl : I. 10,000 pound-i Ruck }'"ta.h..;............ semrer idem and all
    i I' i.tly, and .vo no doubt but the Ln- "'br1I..9.; ';::3 I I :FRENCH MERINOS, at 8 A. 11., touching at AapalaJ.icoa on the 10th: and 2Ir.. S'ir'in.' .....................t.011 coixts nt equal in qualry ai d pnce to American or
    t..kia;. plant MI- y easily be acclimatedj'.nvliwe -I I Ti-s e... ,................. ..............237,554 j I j hail A larjre an walr aswntmpnt,to order.of wriou lUUicu'-rralUuliou cty'eh constantly],aid; 011 Lihi'ping i WOOL DELAINES, 25th,and leaving aa.no dayH.AGEXTS.. 50 cose*, Baltimore Oysters...........i. 1X00: fundt.d.i Foreign manulicture,blull be re:urned and money re-
    i orders. 5tll't rn: .1 l.c"."............... lo.oo I
    : u'' tl.e United South of Lat: ; ::;,9;.:> };I April 21. ALPACAS. A..Dcnham St. MaiVH.AV. 100 boxes Itp....................... I i Tin HIGHEST FRIC PAID FOR TALLOW AStf
    42.: My owx, i..nn is in 39 50 min. I!I Those ,! IOIIAlf O. Porter & Co., Apabll'j'JnlB. 200 boxc A.Iul1:1l1tinednd'I', 28.00 X OKEAJ-K.
    deg. cloven
    great States, with ton TABLE DAMASK, l'ot & Hobby, 133 Oiaviir Strevt, New. Oilcnnn.April 6i boxes rai-inx...................... 6.0O Order*addrejwd toM Tb> fur "<- 1 .rer leaves were pulled at !!: millions of people, use to produce annhlally i W. wrHTJU jVJSJRlSif TOWELING H-3m 50 V boxes ratriin.1................. 3.50 martha& Co.will receive i-ropt.uut immeHiate atten
    ih. time tuf-, K'-od-pods .. ------- -- --- -- 1W it Loses rabin................. 1.80LIQUORS. tion. Alf TaJlnw M>4 O.-ea-e int to L. J. '!-.=':-
    were perfectly an avarage of four million- bales c ; COMMIS1MGS VKAL.rH IX NAPKINS.A.3ST3D TOWING. & Cot,will receive tie highc market price.
    frme1.41e! ;. 4 m the shade and then I!I cotton and ..30 *
    arc capable of }producing( ; T.'IE potrcrful nC xr tug U. S/trnnt.Captain Mlnsan ""V'INES AND -
    pressed in -mall packages, as is done in i I double that number, bolides adding in Doors Sash Blinds] noT pci'ir.ancntlv on Uic riser for the purjnwe of : r
    L.ADIES GENTS (owjni Vessels, HattiAT.
    lio E fUt Tl se leaves aro still rather I I other respects the aggregate prosperity' | AM) CHAS. A. FAIRCIIILll, Agent. 110 tarrvN old Continental 'iskey.1 gal. A CARtE

    ,,'" /"Tl i >,-, but they have the tame of our common Is it not time BUILDERS' rcis. liitTLfQ'J'iIJE 50 ham-to jiin-old Kye AVh.kv........ 4
    I,.i country. |: HARDWARE, .'--- 25 t-am'IHld CjJ.inet Whisky.: ........ ".50 -
    cidici.oUfi Jdul' (oom ; ti of html J..e8,) which is peculiari'l i twattle and selfish Mch Hay 10-tf NI reet..JnciloJ1dllr. rIa.I f s. 10 J. kaiT'*:_ frandy.................. 7 nee to their old eiutomera and ,;
    \ oxjterinieuts and 5 ,'; !: : ... they have resumed the
    I ____ _ _ P.ipiar. IK'J ...... 9 > again
    the lobnu> '> Mount Lebanon. It ;adopt some sensible, staple policy with """" 9. WATCH-MAKER 9 5 S '.trn'. Piuct Ca'rtilon.. .........12 ,
    ; asetl' alnio I }} !i NOTICE. : 10 ban-tv* Huliuitl Gin............ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
    tclusivcly for smoking; : respect to those States? If they* will j And .L"J:1? 10.'t ut.k-" Slu-rrj'................ 3.50
    d. pipeh, '.ut i Live also seen in Malta :; not do so, is it not tho duty of the lt !: Physicians Prescriptions voarn or KOBrTn JisiJacksonville XF.J. -T!. f 10 .V ca.-!k< Sht-ny(\ery oM)........... 5 onus Busmrss
    gre 11)) C3* "t Sherry.................
    tgirs in tune iMt:IKIU iJmost vnknown in this' terosts are suffering, to make them ANY hOUR OF Tlir. DAY OR NIGHT, Hosiery in Great Variety. I RESPECTFULLY inform> I 11 i lie chiT-I'D'u of .?sck (n-I ill < %.u- JVit................. INJACKSONVILI
    I i : ,that he !Itas 591 ee' c'arct.w............. ......
    returned .
    '. ,. again and .
    li.i= wLlcli is sold under the ? AT i: ] AvtusTizu& cur E
    Is it 50 cr.'l -
    PO not
    vrmttxj. high time that the indit 3" j ojH-nel I liijplareoi: ba ine; tC alime.Mr. r> lnj"al U.an".pagne! ... ,
    is fi.rkior Rumelian DRUG STORK G. w i'I! be Laipyto ne.ivetlo I 50a : Ksviacad amnoiipie........... .
    came tobacco of Mold At No.
    trial classes 4 Sammis'
    patronage h
    | should rule the politicians BIOX OF'i HE OOLDKX UOI-T.\!I FANCY GOODS, fnlnd.11,1! =" many ncw ones as t-li to have IM irnLcbe I .. .s'1_ 't.e:.........,......"........... ; Block,
    grown i! i Ku; ipcan Turkey. Small j instead of beinpj ruled andusod by them ? I I>ec tb.it cjirefi.Ur rirniri: I an-1 iruanir' -e.l. ati-l hopi-s | WTicre. they. Live jiwt openiNl a large ami ;\'..j
    itnliwxjK'ni'iica5 ,
    packag "f .atakia are sometimesN !! Lot us think a little about these thing: I 30tiPRINCIPAL TlDDll.Jt'ITOXR, the la t forty"',.rH in this coun'rj'practical".,.1 w JIuio.rc.li.WKcrVr;',he ,ili ..J..I.-.J.'of r' --' 1.? T'1f-PS. PueLthgs! Af

    brought to nv York, and there ro- Industrial( and Coruminorml (Louis:: BALMORALS.1JONNET be watches able to pv be furl 1 -ai.f..ctioitQ: All wa'cbei 1 111'1 Lave p>/,l I Medicines V
    AND BELT RIP.BuNS ALLKINDN ]1 warrtn't-d on c.liti I.; ) c.v'e l' +lc.hel":1er1"I.Iii.
    tailed at }high 'igures. I send you all :i yule) Gazette. i BLACKSMITH yr.ir., 27-.H "J .-cF r, ;L r i araucro Chemicals
    the l 1 i saved __, SHOP. ) -" -"- :.c !",- .
    sc*' 1' \ I which was car j T --*- T "*" I IFurnishing ( tr Kn..ca-f: :
    WhIT C. D.. OAJC f'j cA c .'"Hhler: I'erfuinery,
    fully collected from ] n A HALE OF COTTON ?-A -
    perfectly ripcnfd' f r ; 50 ,
    t tnilxrlbcrs Troul resj-c.itfally \nn tl-c piiVi.-: -a e- \' IID :t( : Fancy Articles
    capsules. ]i Liverpool paper! asks the question, and( ; JL that they Lave the irrc'a! -.t ttoilracnt awl thevari.1ty 1.'1 !; 5') ri.'f siotiac'. l>UUisC5 ,
    that the I of jrJn atvl cteol tInt w to b.' f,unj in }.ist Flu WATCH-MAKER .{1* cats T"111.n 'nlp ; Patent )Medicines
    Vory truly yours.BATABD says avrrajjo bales coming from :: liilu;; and art"iuM.intly. r.'eluug f'C'd 1 fiI'CC'I.m" to. i i Si 50 eacKrt e C"r. iIl\1 '
    'r.1n.rl ; New Yeik we'ph: only 330: pounds. their "trock t.) every an-h a', all,<' wli.c i will he n M tn 'Ii Caocfs AM) DEALER IN ?) I CU) C.-KS lioiiuud! Cor.iial Fc'msrps : Paints Varnishes, .

    ly ull means this should j, any fjuintity at low rates fur i:,''h. 'i liy aliiifurm I lI'.tlCl/F.'. rrr.ci.fcLmKs. -. i-a e> Old Kic'lii, >kr............... 12-00 Oils, Turpentine,
    --- -- be traced ou*, j I the public that they kcc}>C-IL' i ntly on mnl u compute JFiiF.iKr 50 CJ.-BS 11aufr 1'iacl Cnoti-aou '13.50
    j for it casts a reflection 1 a-ortraent: of CLOTHS ,; :r, 59 la e* CvfM.MALT. : Window Gav! ,
    "INTfluDUCED GRASSES. I upon both plau1I i1'ir.rnrMATT .( )/., Jc.SUMMJitS .

    I ter and merchant. Certainly no such !! PLOUGHS: CASIMERSNl'.GLlGKE i : BLOCK KAY-STJtECT, Putty. I'aint,

    An frmnt ous opinion has long prevailed bales have: been shipped from this ;, InrlnlHRancTT nrtiile laa-le Pn'irjjy! of teol, ro 1\1ic1 h : :, I I>\21 JU'K'OHItLS. tf LIQTTORS. ; Varnishes,
    with American botanists and .! port': J| pubhcicMLiiin) i:.inviti-d. Ai.ihcrs. ft.ai 6'i'. also WHITE AND FANCY LINEN. > .' and Sash *
    otht' to tlio ell ct that it ,j or from New Orleans ; although at tho tiinhirctri", cam.u:,.,all.1 wd ou-1, new: n.1 second hand L. HICKORY, : > AND WOOL S1IIKT&; I -- 100 cakAle fuu.sh..s
    rs, impracti-j latter place, wo hear a good tales un lianil.and rcjiairwl wi'li prompt ns<. Watchos s and Jewelry. JW ,:*- ;otd.'e "Aad f.ery fcrtio'e'. is csauJly kept io a
    cable to cultivate; successfully European'grafej08 many j I.AU kind>of B ack.smithVurk, iuelu.liug hip tmilliicr 10. ear jI\'I n Sot First" :
    about extensive sampling, and of cottonII 'II done at thort nutice ant in a KiiTMTiar malD'r.R. 1>) CIM.-J Cb qss Establishment,
    CiJ"r.J! of the
    squill 38
    ol deg. north latitude'in thieves. The of i AV. 1UOGS & CO.. GEO. A. 'ill-.':1 at :cw Yrk qu"Uton; for tash. good we which they whO: ale tr rsa3 at ftiir prw*'. Mm .
    average wegit bales | Feb.17-t PE(11C
    the United States. Justice to ourAgricultural II cleared from I' .itcimllc! Fix C&QTHXBfi.BLANKETS Po-itivov! no cooA< sold at rr tif.SIcKIBBIX! froTi the in'ry 'f'Kciud and : .::.&uajsiicfd.
    Mobile this season has'' ; December 30-tf
    ; & ALLEX.v
    u vantages and tho payment been 505 z I'OL-Mis Cll'J'JJtA4 I \VATUI-MAKFR Ta!:..'.. ,_\:/illl-ti
    pounds bale. There *Jm\J\J\J II
    of I per i is 31)00 |xUDteip.Oll( : halts I .

    demand the our general largo national correction debt of, alike this be really packed no reason in small here bales why, indeed cotton,should there :I; 1000 WK.1X')pounds KiuuU.s pounds, Kumr SpanUiU KJIIJ. Vi-n Sjiplier iron! 1"-.1 l I I 1, OC'E.IX .C ::JEWILJtY'i BRADFORD---- & RENICK, W. M. BOSTV1ICK & CO:, -

    climatic mistake.In GEXERAL DOJfJflSSIOy
    is 1 l I I :OO pauiidi1'iitty II MERCIUSTS
    every thing in favor of the JACKSONVILLE
    larger aw( pound Extract "gnooJ
    an extended essay, characterized : bale*.-(Corn. and Bank Note Hepoe r 1,I I II la store and to arrive, lor s-tlo! Yv : I 7"EEr8: ''n"'an'ly fii liaud a TioH! ro'iv'ed stock of 71 Broadway Y. Wholesale and IetailDruggisfs3 -
    by equal research and value, on ClIne Mobile. < Pcc.-TO-tf) r. \vEGrnu, : A. co., I I I X line \Vatchc-t aiul .Jw'rr: au-I nil other articlcuually nECEICOXSlnXUXTS OF

    Geography of Planis," published in the --, ---.-------- I:! y J.I, S.imuii- ock. 'jI Boots and Shoes. I at reduced kept{iriuOo.!ly tic tr.i'lc, nliKL he o9t.T> tu Uupul.K Southern

    Report for 1863, by the United States IIOW TO DISPOSE OF MUTILATED .i PLOIJGHS. Pine. ;

    Commissioners Agriculture, Mr. L CURRENCY. I II I i I IIOJxc"Trace C"iain, anl, a'l fanning too!I. ALSO .hn'JI T. raft'I'IIEFERtIrC'E'I.. Kivarrh.: '
    "Tho LiP-I I A 'i un hand hy INCLUDING ALL THE NEW STYLES C.'-- on. Adair& I'11r.t1' Ga. No:: .Ambler &
    pincott says: grasses great many porsons are at a loss 1 to'I I ttOUSE & RUY.\ T. At'iaita Ga. Hoeg's Block,
    idence of aridity which cannot be rc _- 'know how to dispose of ragged and mu- .! _. l-\-b_17-Trap _"__ I'Jl n.lj'8a_ : \ .' ua j! (J.u LADIES, OF CUTLERY. March ll-f m & JohnonU I'.'&, Ga.

    ily overlooked, and fail to cover the| tilated currency that accumulates on I i LAND A(+J NOY.I MISSES AND WATIOXERY 8EWl.W; ---- --- ,- -, JACKSONVILLE, FL.LTrEEI' .

    : earth with verdure in the[ their hands. It is the JI..1CIJISLS I BOUSE & BRYANT
    perennial easiest CHILDREN
    as thing i ni!j.I ASI.A VAKIKTI': OF OT1IW lIaJLEs: hand
    A. II. constantly on ,a large and weD :1Jd
    moister climate of England and Westera the world, and without any expense- McCOiniICK, Fancy Lac.-l, Balmoral, and Polished varieties. All kin.ls of repairing done at t-hort nol l'e, aol work I. P. EOVSE. \T. A. B.TA.XT.Former L. ."rttacnt of 3t

    Europe. South of the parallel of A\lien you get three dollars worth i \\.GENT. for tlio sa'o! purchase or rent of Lanil in ,.ntromlt.l. At the old stand of C. D. Oak, Ocean ( "'.T-ck'to'rvfTe I! Fa.! ) DKCCS;D/CZ.VJF.V.. (CHEMICALS AXD F,: f
    i )! rl.la. Ad*! S: JacVx>uville, Fa. Mrert. A. M. JU-eilV U.lildhuc.'c\. 1-"f 1 FOR IT.RDIVG AXl COMJIKSSIONJIEJWHANT,5. ARTICLES
    38 deg. north latitude the introduced hand it in small August 2 i ''I
    put .
    a package .
    ; pin a
    Snip .. Glass 101: IJ.d J"- grasses cannot be cultivated." I paper around it, with your name, post- Crockery, C. A. CASE attention to $TATIONEkI
    & CO. WiLLcivepromjit
    receivIng and fnr- Cl'TLERT
    a 'AS:EUBSl1 n., 1''
    That is said of the comparative aridity I office address, and amount-then put it i: & 00,? Ikrnlt will! al>o.keep Fales on constantly con-'Umment hand, and all or- i Among whklj fciay be found

    of the climate of the United Statesby in an envelope and address it to ti hej I DEALERS IN Wooden and Willow-Ware. JEWELERS, tock nf Orocerte*, Liquors Asrricnltural on implements a KIKX! gulpbjt|,Quinine, Castor Oil, ream Tart..r '... ,

    Mr. L., Mr. Blodget in his Climatol-j "Treasurer of tho United States, Was] I ii'iUdin'other Material.fnodx and, Fairbanks nianntactured A Co'article wa.H", kc-,beiide five Mass,Sulphur,Maunejia,*"-

    ogy, and others, is true ; : ("i iagton, D. C." In a few days you will j I STAPLE DRY GOODS AND) cf>n-igtim 811t.a .ll4lr which they are Aeont for,. wile O. df on>" PATEvr MnwvnTowneid'j _
    --'-- SNaparifla .Ar
    the Southern climate is not so dry as to 1 receive new currency in return. It goesan' GROCERIES I\J1 B AND: 'VAi'S. frlj an'1 January cnn-ijmw-nis 63mA. rcfpectruuy solicited. Cherry Pectoral Aye...4gue SaraorlCure, IIldi.&J1. (.iq's'lIagog

    and I forlj lInLI"Pain iGiler Rad1rlly"a Remedies}'ah-
    prevent too'culti'ation of returns free of
    postage. rtUOCKCKV. Tin and Hno: Ware and all sj j PrwrHorf, Jjro 31. ,. nestocka.Vermlfuge! Worm Candy.South Americaq
    grawesi.:although European grasses fail I "We clip the foregoing from the vV of Kitchen Furniture, nbo, Hope L.igKine gcneralartic'es LADIES. rljr4 J1ll. ( Of Savannah Oa Of Jefferson* Co W., Fla.liii "Fever-m..and'. Auaruo Remedy, Br''. E*. Gincf 1
    probably from I Index Pctcrs-I j 'IwZnc; and ofli r art'l Thc highest market Sootbinsc Syrup Ila".Life Balsam 1f el-.
    more excess of moisturo. ;: burg and publish it for I for all tcinilii of countn'nro.luce..t__ flirt___ _TIAO__? .tfA price. ._paid..t. z 0 r: A. Dutenhoffer & Co., .mtdy, Mustang Liniment. Roger's \1'IItt
    n. FELTSTR UV4'rwc.n
    In the air than a deficiency. "\Vhcro I efit of our readers. We' confess that I door to thc rostofl1C un. C. J'AKKHI'Il-iT.: o 0 0o SUII'PIO, FORWARDING(t COMMISSION MER J\'t.An'"ant Drops Tar,&e.McMunn's&e. E11ur. "DritL Alburai.1
    Nov. 11-tf
    the climate of tho South is damp enough we were not previously apprised of this } A. D. Jil'KSKY. SILK, AZ CHANTS: &etgunmon Boards Blank Books Phorowaph Wallets MirrorC
    }FUR B.Jr sTR Eit&t rjA'Arj r GA. flair toav Cloth,Shaving and WhIsk hevtJ
    for hanging inoaa to grow on forest trees, convenient method of disposing of mu- I' OHAS. A. FAIRCIIILD 0
    Prompt attention
    given to the '
    JOCKEY purchase, sale and ehip- PERFtXEay, ETC.
    and Sea Island Cotton on plantations, tilated notes, many of which we have AND OTHER > ment of Cotton, Lumber and Country Produce gener Lnbin'a: .Eitra.-t: Night
    STYLES.GENT'S B1noming
    Cereus TM. Ex-
    the is received DEALER IN ally. Consignment* solicited, on which, liberal ad- tract, Colognes,
    atmosphere too humid for even by remittance. We have been vances will be made. fair Oils. Soap, 8oaocJons. .'4ICANDIES.

    American grasses to bo a safe crop, but compelled: in all such cases, either to I GENERAL MERCHANDISE,DRY GOODS, f REFERENCEa .Boa18 1h at4l e&P""der.&c. Sterling's. \flibrQsia 8 .air,

    not too moist for the "introduced return the notes to the I' AND DEALERS IN FI Brizham
    persons remitting i| GROCERIES, HARDWARE ETC., WOOL WATCHES SILVER ,Baldwin Co.Savannah. Hiram Roberta .
    or to submit to an exorbitant shave. WARE JEWELRY AND GOLD PEX8. E q.Savannah J.II.ZciUin& Co..Macon. Dr. N. L. Gum Drop Sugar and Burnt Almonds .Jnt.
    grasses. : BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. AGENTS for\mericAn'latcnt chronometer,the Angier, Int. Rev. CoL Ansiuta,James M. Dell Esq., Drops Lozenges. *<.,Ac.8TATIOXKRT.. 'P'
    The Southern States contain over six Wo prusume, of course, that brokers Orders promptly attended to. gold enameled Atlanta W. Chiuholm ,Atlanta Oa, C. L. Robinson,
    watches fine lever movement from$iO to f 100, Patent Jacksonville FkL,F. Dibble,Jacksonville. .
    hundred million acres of land; and few and bankers have not been unaware of September tf Lever, studs and elide button,a new article. Al-o J. Itiult-y, Jefferson COL, !T. 1L Baldwin F1a.& Co Cot,New W. Letter,V ote and Foolscap paper, White and Veifcw-

    men will see clearer than Mr. lippin- tho existing regulations by which torn 1 SlIver Medal and 9 Diplomas Awarded and public Agents Bchoola for Snow'of Now'' American York steel. pena used in all the Loumille York Bearden Ky.&Co.New York Wan Mitchell,Esq., Enve1ope. Pem Ink.a. 4 Inkstand, ITaja.tar-to.

    cott t the Jjnportance of devoting a pail or defaced currency can be exchanged.This Jan 13-tfjis. trl'LEaT.
    TO WATCHFS AND JEWELRY REP AIllED, Razors Razor Straps,Pocket Knives and Be..
    of this vast area to grass culture, and being so, we hold it to bo inexcusable -, TOBACCO

    tha raining nf:n<*at cnttln, Horso, mulos, tjiat they hall compel ignorant TIIOS. E. DENAUX, Felt and Children's Hats.XO1TT. and ritnce warranted in the principal by Mr. Ca cities' of who the has country.IS year All expe-goods Jas.i HATBiwiT.L. Hathaway .. B.rrtir. N'a1'J'r J1donou'.. Solace AND and Amnlet PIPES.XiDick1r.k

    sheep and wool, if tho business can boHijsde holders of such notes to work off and work warrunted. C. A. CASK. & Utley flhADlf.. WMI.WI raioKJuji.u1o5re, ".*
    mem FOR BEST SPRING MATTRESS.A siiipprxo'AND oftbe best brand, .
    December 16-tf J.J. HOLLAND.PIANOS COMMISSION,areRcnANTs, Menhaam Imitation MerJ '
    profi bJ '-Tennessee lies wholly at an extravagant depreciation. To STA Bnerwood Rosewood Apple,.Clays *e. Diamond -
    say LL kind of furniture repaired cleaned and varninhi 171 STREKT, SEW, YORK; and Safety Mafchea.LiQtons .
    south of 38 deg. north latitude; yet with nothing worse, it eAincos a want of accommodation -.I ed in the.beet manner. Sofas Chairs Lounge*, .JI Ii OJBIJS Consignments Cotton ard all oth reoirn products ,
    rf of in 'J Divans. 4C. 4,recovered and renovated a*(jood an new Dec 23 IIO SYRuPs ETC.
    pJltition 826,782 1860 and 1te.L'6m
    ; we suggest that it General and all kinds of npholntery dune in the best Bcandyl h.ly Wine Port Wine; Holland Gin.VBiS -

    it returned.41,032 bushels of grass seeds, might be beneficial to them, as well as I Jacksonville manner. Shop corner of Ocean and For-\-th street, PAPERENVELOPES AND MUSIC. c. BOW,jr. r. c.BO".. ky Raspberry'Brandy Lemon Syrup VaaJUY P.
    while Ohio, with e population of 2,339- to the public, to make and announce l'la.pri1lt3m PENS, INKS TUNER AXD REPAIRER .OF PIANOS, C. & E. HOWE, PADTDI Strawberry, OILS Syrup.ETC.White .

    511 returned 5,475bushels. The seeds some arrangement which will be proper NOTICE. COMMISSION, MERCHANTS L t Chrome Green, Chrome Tell., rnuiaa

    grown are'the' same in both States, and and liberal in tho premises. "A word .ras. FLKMUINO gives notice that sho 'hlre PENCILS. /AOtSONVlLLE, FtA.Offiet Tl DROADWAYNEW Blue Plasters Be.1 Paris and Black Pamta. Linseed 0U,nZU1r.
    YORK .
    Whiting Staac
    the figures show more than two bushels to the wise, &c."-{Floridian. iii opened,and bur can bouse accommodate at llibcrnia a 25 Umiul mile above number Jacksonville of- ,. cortttr of Fortyth and Xtmum-ttretts. COaalOSICS SOLICITED. Liquid. Blue retrolMun, Congress& Wmrtow W.t i'r, Rtot*

    to rfe in'fawr'of Tennessee. A part of .-----, -C," boarders. Then' ha been repaired eo that steamboats TOILETFAHCf Feb..17 tf PROMPT attention given to salts merchandise,pro toot Powdt'1'll Beer Cimte,Are,,..of' jkfjurnesia. Extract F": ,T :juakrai-tf .
    The I can land without difficulty.! Jan. 13-tf : "Virginialiessouth' of 3 8 'and its recently passed Georgia Revenuebill T" t' -
    deg.; -
    ce made. Refer by permuKiott to )(essra. Uenry Swift
    whitejwpulatioa. is about a. third.that fixes a tax of ten dollars upon physicians NOTICE. I Family Bye Colors. &GK,'11*Broadway;Mer..John M.Smith Son*Co. MAPSOF
    aud dentists I Lfi Broadwayr Messrs. Kemp Day & Con 116 Wall
    of ten dollars
    Pennsylvania- last named State on photographers -
    'XV Captains vscls and Bteamcn arming at thw AND' \ PATENTED OCTOBER etreot,Yet ri Thomas.& ). 108 Broad street N. -
    reports 67,240 bushels of grass soodsJho ; twenty-five dollars on auctioneers J. port, we can offer's commodious wharf and good : 13, 1863. Y. Feb. S-Smp THE

    L fonner.59,063:; bushels. There a o,. '; twenty-five dollars on billiard raven warehouse then accommodations in loading and discharging, and every their dispatch cargoes.will be I .. Black Black for Silk Dark UcM Green Green SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY ST. eXORNS RIVER

    several species of European cultivated tibles; fifty dollars on *ace tracks; SAVAdB ic HAILE Dark Blue Magenta: OF la Sectjoiu from ONE FIFTY "l .
    grasses Dee.S tf
    llopg's.AVaarti A Light
    JacksonvUle Blue
    fla. TI IiES. Maize : -
    dollars NEW 'YjR
    in Virginia south of 38 dog. which twenty-five on circuses; one .. French Blue .'r Hanxm 'MADETOOIIDERwi'h
    hare thousand dollars on gift enterprises and ; Claret Bn>wai< ::.*- :Orange' MARINE AND dftlaea O oflinc ofrjaited of
    never .seen in Ohio, Pennsylvania -. ; J. 91. FAIRBANKS Dark Brown Pink FIRE inSVBASCE. States Stveys
    .'J-., SO agent for the'Home Pablie Land and Spaniah Oraata; and TO;>";P'T!
    and twenty cents gallon brandy Brown Insurance
    New York, although I ha.eloobd per on gin, Light Purple A Haven Connecticut. Company, New. rix mile on tither bank:of the, River from ia inouti toLakellarney
    : for them-in those States during whiskey or rum, whether foreign or domestic CIVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR, I WTLT.trtL, Cherry Brown tia&noD Royal Puxpla uiUc J op the comer of. Forsyth and Ocean itiwte-up f' Comer B.F.no}1.
    t 6fa\rJi. : ofFortythe and Oct-tn
    3 SjjgiS.jBiuniner; ,Mr. Richard Peters -i--sold( in-.the. State. And Agent for the Sales of Lands, : Dark Crimson Drab Bcatlet Slate. !.3-tf B..F.,FLOYD....Lgent.PWARTY .' zsbq-tf ; Jtcbollvil1.t.'_:

    of. Georgia,,ha ,e farm of some 2,000 -- -*- Light Drab BoUerino ; t
    flefwderotod-to the TOE.FCJUN "JlEAD CENTIIE.", -"Ilcai Cctre' -' Florida. PEEPUMSJIY.MERCHAJSTTS Fawn Drab. -f Violet LAMBERT Doors Sash and Blinds.IEVERY
    raising of stock, I AYD8 surveyed with aoeID'll Old Lines retraced Light..Drab Yellow ..
    and peel from imported seed. Mr. CHowardl1aj $ tphoa fc tau describe bf the Pans j &&,4co.' Office at Drew&Oakley's. Book store., For dyeing silk woolen. and mixed'goods. ,shawls,icar&.' .Banker: 'Broker I, :" ',
    March J-tf ; dresses ,
    ribbons, (
    OtnoasXaiom .* : stores 'bonnets feathers child STYLE ANPJRAJJJJON -
    W' I
    W; BOZO 1,200 acres used ren's Clothing, and all.kind of wearing apparel. S 0..30 WALC,STREBt,.KEW YOHK.OVERNMENT .- .

    in theme way. The writer had,, .I r'mid41e height and' of diotingulshoi TO MY KEBEL'FHIENDS (SO A LTINUO',8GPER CEIfT. ;I securities atocki, boidr.and. gold COUALY 4- "-

    .<&K&tbe wir4ro velum: manner Hewears long, air bc&rd, and 0 For 23 cents you'can cotor i many gnoda H.TOULi bought apdaold on:mmiMion ,and..carried on tsi B'B
    put Georgia, with 1"ht.ii of a somewhat darker hue;and CALLED.). .' \" \ I otherwise cost five UouMltuU sum. Vajiou stadesaa the. usual marrfn decired: Interest allowpd, on dt po .- zisa&y ,
    some forty different varieties of EuropeitnMM his features; thought delicately,formed iridica'etausfgf. FEOM. \: i be produced from.the same dye.':The process it simple .1t.old subject,unwttl ngbt tlrafta, aouthern money bonrfit and &
    .. Hfo'forehead J extend a poUts invitation to rive mi a call and take and any en.aim nai the dye with perfect success. ..Directions northm claims adjusted. iPartfcnlarattentioa tr Js.
    aa fghfl$? 41a. faroipf? 600" shows uncommon intelligence .a look at toy stock DOOK& BASil BLIBDS AND The tnt 1d'clo > in English,French and Oman india .f each paid to the flegotiatioa Cvf commercial paper tod 1.$2u :
    About half were likely 1ro.ve and a firmness of will undo more remarkable OIU>.1IAED, ARE I win s.Ueheap for cash, well to call and mmi'emr.took package. For sala wboiosslesnd.' biU .of exchanjo.- :..3 Ma .' -
    .ilLs W. W. Won jrarchehae.. : &ISA. mB8TEB. .
    by prominent .eye rowi: Jti..eye; UUBBABDrApril Co.
    ahIaub1e tbeottperate ihefbcrtieftJJiilHoa though keen and spe-rkling, 'bar mefh1"gof 11--tt. Dij.5U.e-JGk.OnT111C. ,. .J .' ,. ," '., .Dec.Ife.ao-u,EammW Block. 8tgn of.the.Golden;Itartar.J .Medicinal Liquors and Wines.l : OTEL, }

    _ cfiref c& old. fields in the joftnesB-of ffhrnorth tad testify-to the shan-' P ', Pt1RB rRRwBRDT. .

    //J thU ot'Q' ; I _. ", om of tt4 iilt6ll0ct mxdflrad cotlissiastio it tEe' 200 BOXES: CHOICE: CHEW .:: COTR-.. :,;PRODUCE. '. VALnt\ : ':.IJ 'bo, jiEE-tI. :o. uID-J= 1fL.h' .

    F In, fiibca jcawihftJETnited States Will idea of Irish ema.nciP"; I la*-.word,11 Tcry- .. .. '* .?uxs t4 hTcfljMO*. ': '' N S Ca
    'Q ,
    thing in thfrphyiiognoaiy audappeajauc of Strn1StajjEtas mGTOBACCO' : .LOTS EQR;, .
    .) TJ'c'3'' 'a ipopnlat t of fifty ..millions,.and TAKEN o .1 Pure Sherry WbJe' I !
    tu'oves the ican who devotes hirasolf to'iaita 0nt'ER for iale that rktuable. rare Port Prop'r
    known ,
    /7.: /. rot rise C'I::r SaKplcs may be cwn .' the n,* "r property M Wtoe.E.Yet'ute' Ir.iilpri.Ki. ..1.1)
    ..\111 ) gt. ," ,, ,4"1J., v &e. _. .iiKcl2ik frc"Iisj tt JT4 ot Dr. II.ir.ri4Ac,03 t.y t llct the Foundry Lot* They hsv: a front on the rtVfr P. 'WE lnR 4. o. .
    .o. /. t. < t,1otf. : larVurmlU'April:1- ?4.- j 2'r V 7.Jl.l L!!-1 :.of 21l.e1it tr":1 t "." WHo LOl'p""*j !:S N j! 4i.W9C.Ii&I'pf..Xb Gio1u.. ...' ." .. daI., .cio1a. .--