Florida union

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Florida union
Uniform Title:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Weekly union
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Creation Date:
May 12, 1866
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.


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


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

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.,r.- 'aaemenUin b*paid quarterly (' it: ; toroi Unites 8.-, the .--._q Florida he fortified St. Augustine, rt airod Fort hi Honda t t Uia.t.tjme is about week17.joernV
JOB 3PXUQ>("X'J-N'Gh, ) dred. 19' Drake foll square opening, pr.J.caa&* zzdtbe! I'ter*; :;
Caroline and threw two redoubts" Wr 'the : H : gationo. -fie ; .
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KVKHV MTnLE, n Uy aod tonptiy very
I> HISTORY OP FLORIDA. mouth of rivcri 'The foll wi' isolvod attack 'The Virginia c correspondent of tile New York -Ni -"
May >ring, nigh our cabin: In this ,
l' BY ': St Johns river and t Herald note the progress of QOXL 5 Stoedoian and .'.-. .i
.11)11 'J.lD' rn.l. CB1IU. '- D. STXOKNEY_ Gourgues hove in right Iai1in ( : 'Tho )-y r* and a large houte to Oon.-Fullorton in' their tour of inveaturatlon ..thing .--mg'ft' r u. .,

JOHN CAKDY & CO., CBlPTtl THI. Spaniards not suspecting an enemy saluted t&% considering the < bells-and.-Indian* go as through the South, into,the practical.working of, .epidemic feat wo, Ii. .

MANUPACTTJirteR OF Tho fleet sailed from Cadiz on the 29th of fleet, which Gourgucs returned and passed on to a competent 1o ) : as the Spaniard*.- tho FroodmonTa'& Thirc' u. ':Thoso ftmctionaties I 'ita.nce,hctwtan.then and ':" .
STEAM EXGDTE3, SAW MILLS SUGAR ROLLERS June the river called by the Indians, Tiicatacourou, purpose.and the time of their are now at 'work nt '"Vhgtnia,. and solicit the awmtry board, th .topk of ds aaro olzn.. ,
1665. Early in the storm fell devo :
voyage 'all who' &th fti,
IRON AKQ BRASS CASTINGS. thence, returned to : oprnonsanteatnionyf hmvoany journals team; with.
.JACKSONflLL1l nA.Oetob& upon them with terific fury; tho ships were separated and named by Ilibaut, LA Scino-tiio'SL Mary'sriver Meanwhile tho [ came. in and many of the thing tocdmmunioate upon the1 ftb ec .. ,They 0Dfe0.' would eodi citjnat : '

21 U but in' ngust five rejoined company inche of biter times.11' Here ho met thcj>rincipal women, hiringa dance will extend' their tour .through.,the South to tho most exh abitant terms UM;".mcct

harbor 1'enrto force of chief of a powerful bibo, :1.to1rionlonce an continued in the aol ctutom.. MVrehiki; Texas. If one might judge from the revelations accommodation sire weir ad j =

;.TOTTW S. RAMMTfl & fift., Rico having a allay of Laudonnicre. IlMpd'hdJ to Ho was first 30. and suchVitoala of the Herald correspondents,- them 'committees But.rd.thgpl baait .],tttl. .*.t t 1-.Wit1
cDVD'o. roBVAKDura.AKD COJQUSSIOKTTTIOLXSILK five hundred soldiers, and three hundred sailOR Mcncndoz M &realre8 learning that tho Bureau is a':fifth tr.thi state otthosites. .X D. dl 1II.

JDt1tCJLUn'8. and colonists. Fearing the French might land avenge done to his pooplo 'by tho Sp n aMs.Pierre'Debra mariner. and- naval fot:na, some bringing wheel to the wagon at least ,Lv Virginia ,. We Tastomon, fcr the)'- Iue.IjIN"-r- to.. .

. JiXD XXTAIL DXALXBS IN in Florida and fortify themselves, Menendez a youlli off btccu who had 'escaped ; a ,.some one thing, some append two paragEaphs' from" a CharlottsviUe' let tuy upon..a1. "
from the of Fort Caroline found Drake visited St. : made a ter to.the Herald. ,:. neglect _o,4 .u
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, would brook no delay but pushed to tho North massacre ; good- supper;and --

.T4IilZ6 with this force. "On the 28th, he anchored and protection with the Indians and wAs now restored command, n6t .. 31., San ..Juan about :A,1L nn PIAXTBL uW""*atar aflm ahhon jita gnnu&CE fc AV time.. "'. g '. <_
that ho was put to In the Charleston; district there U' ., > ffi CII It aMnavatk.may
10. LSflhlfl' CIA*. L. M1TEIIUA. sent fifty men ashore, who wore informed by to.his countrymen. H-s knowledge of the to the North u described ored a large co- be added alo'toUa'wecgo,

O. AKHlt. A. .. OAXOV1.WABROCK the Indians that the French Bettlcmentwas still Indian language was valuable to the French asan 1675. 21 At that many people. They hare a population pursuits.. engaged About forty excluivelr of the in principal agricultural isL flba day neveibska4ti mJe'.thof'

1.. :, further to the North. 1 ilenendez followed the ,interpreter. ''Reinforced by'a chosen band of the colonyand tho house. The people planter* waited this morning npua Gen Steed- xrjr moo. ua,.nuthcr does tha night C1R
taznlik slide
;, the Vmagw .1 n n !Th.gry .
CTIOn1 AIm GENERAL COMMISSION coast in that direction, till, the fourth of September warriors.Gourguea set oat for tho Spanish by tho Spaniards, having. plenty of hogs, and man and discussed.with fronioni their position orapcokj gentlenoih ..ud.U4*
MERCHANT: forts. The Indiana stockade forts,dare < of prospect Ono'ofthe numbers-Mr.- P. "
took their
well-known 32.
J anchored the mouthof pth.thro'ugh corn. twilight and Poa.'tt-l. "
at :
four ; peace
ships were seen }Parish .
a leading Virginian, who served oolo
BAT STREET coxueimxn,'JACKSO..Vr1f.Lz.OLICITSD. FLA. a river. Menendez anchored his flag ship, the forests, while tho French .repairedby hunt. 22Don Hcrnnndo do. Marys a frontier and a ncl in.thi rube;,Y--l'EL'tOil his, experience as '.W l&.not.thenathrp'of rash j I* r rn.vikind.tospitefully ol ..m iicJlabon : : .'

Bibauts the Trin sea to the rendezvous. Tho fora at the inhabitants aret .Indians which may bo taken a a fair ,exampla of the b
Will purchase for Mrtief In the country all articles they the San Pelayo, very near to fromlongUisiue4.t4etgto
wish at the lowest market price. hailed mouth of May river were first attacked. Not a a daughter of Aviles, ('. We..wore condac giier&1 f( .hn.J of tho peo. 'lie-stated'that at iy tho Omfert1'O1aotnhmz.wi.1i
ity. The Spaniard : tho end nf f11lL ". .
October 28 IT
hund :
nnd an.l .
t.- Spaniard escaped. Threo days after he moved ernor and captain on tho custom ia for evprc. rruttIIlO51 Wll ... : ,
what does this fleet I '
"Gentlemen, to country 10umqrTg TITO ..under his service well aeurat house scvvatikwll6p1eadedpuveryaudbegeltbealloweIto
his as at Id.JI'011ls of: eaut.ion0 uttereL 11M W'ther.
FRANKLIN DIBBLE ?" against San Matheo. A short and sanguinaryconflict 11 for their rof .. .; ;
belong :, to have ? times-of mirth ha ot.1iAi f.o Ji..
COXMIS8IO3T: xxucmAT. of colony BOOms -!- &L::.; r;. ...t.'v :". h t "
"1i'f"t1ft.t ensued.. There_.. wan no-avenun pa 6 strangers. Tliis'nouae 1i'i. *5htT t7.btfl1Y1f fif
Produce purchased,-adftDOOII in cash or iuppliesciaJe lbodYtrlflm -- -- --TT.CT-JS-W .. in over the : sent his wagons over ti 1 Unckil t.i iittg
on conrignmcnU to C. B. Dibble, New York. "Bringing soldiers and supplies for a fort Not more than fifty persons were saved-alive.-, -sway-. --,. built round with over another sot who had n > other vial u uvm et' 1tbe$1WIUa&all j DiOiJtftto Trnstwnlclk? ] aZth-a;
ygionic m save
T. R BUCKMAN which the King of France has in this country." In full view were several skeleton-, of the French nanco, deputed twel I caoh square a cabin about him bat that they were the tiUuv :,:rr.lI11Jd16r; hat reiaguzn'. Abfgh"areibunboundt. .. '
brothers anti sisters of his ihmakiT All ofthcso" -- ,.
JACXSOXriLLE FLOB1OA. "Are you Catholics or Lutherans P' colonists hanging on the limbs of troes. By or- which gave new life good height, being painted ,
COMMIRSION DEALER IS LUMBER TIMBER "Lutherans of the der of Gourpuesthe pri marched to meuta. A moro women clotho them negroes were now working for him at .1 heard of'agroup ofr yourents '* f
new religion. >oneravio monthly wages, without written contract, and about of thicar co Jn-
CEDAR MILL LOGs 8IIIXQLE3 LATHS, taking would possession thus.soon be tntroducca

ALSO I.YSAW and business of the new-comers. burial of the bones of the Ilti: iteaoia, tvhert.-iip- plied among tho ; I effect. Tho Indian changed my opinion entirely" said CJ. Far- o.the novelty of nature .an abidiog'COTnpan-

MILL MACHINERY. \. "I Pedro Mend of he the clojio of tlio: euvcntef, l in tho church, tho Fryar Lsh, 'regarding the negroes. I used to think io.tlisCui their' future plans, among 'which
on Spaniards
am Spain tho
.0'." I-3m answered were hanged upon same they would never make valuable members of
I treokfastl&fts aiti-matutinal prontcoadiH 8girodargely.
About from ,
"sent with strict.orders from my King to I trees, where the French hal hung before them.Gourgucs church experienced ono Hocktty. But they have behaved so admirably : Now,than !hiuh thing.ciuld to more

iitCHABDS & BAXTER, hang and behead all the Lutherans in theec re I caused a deal tablet to bo affixed over Florida. tailed St. Philip. 33.: The during the war, they have shown BO much good unwise. It may ho averred that if attem ted,

h1W'J'1 ifO, FORWARDING AXD COMMISSIOX gions-Catholics will be spared, but every heretic them inscribed with tliouc words with hot iron dom either for his ZCt I : Jonathan Dickinson'cor- feeling towards tho white population,, so much illness would be the result-OnJy t& "most'ro-
MERCHANTS.JACKSONVILLE ; good fooling has bcen"xhiT itoi by tho whites i toward tn&inox'rabla
shall die." "I: to convert tho. \l1 by Cabeza do Vaca bud and active fraue could surmount
treat thceo thus ,
FLORIDA. men not as Spaniards, not them and the order of ha
things *
of new > demands of this nartaacmaWe exercise, orha
,,1M. *r 28-ITiTiCt. Unprepared for action, the French slipped as Infidels, but as betrayers-robboj and mur Corpa, superior worked so happily and so well that I have effects of the uiisunnod atmo.' -

.. their cables and stood out to sea.- Menendez derers." S this harsh rebuke so harbor or roaiUtcaJ where he changed .my viowa entirely. Tho presence of .;It ia hot merely the "worm".that tbtf pearly
.r ;11 > EDWARD HA1LE. ,
followed in pursuit, but the French being better De Gourgues having accomplished his object, led l>y tho chief of ( bvcriiMO lie hal seen the coast the Freedoiun's Bureau, t'uagh it id well administcrel >!rd" of tb human'srweii" catches Twit all ,tho
SAVAGE & HAILE S'nt'"day. D ncroR. hire, only ton In promote btul foci- '
him at tho foot of I.oJi ns of nal ra s minions arji reodyYwWi'fa*
tailors were soon out of sight.The destroyed the fortifications on May river, and name of tWo tal t and site of tho vicious." In thc ,view all of
PA'-OBS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS ing among breath to poisn4wita: wayfarer
(Guulc:: at that time ( ) Au ;:.i>itinc. Too Indian Chief inuatin; .
r ROEO'S WHARF, next day, ilenendez gavo over tho chase, sailed for Franc, May 3d, 1568, and arrived at i.lui.t.. thoejo present concurred.. One or two gentleman .who bra ve4 their power. .. '

Thtt.U.CKSON"ILLE FLA. If and after reconnoitering tho Huguenot settlement Rochelle the 6th of Juno following ; iUDS, Topiqui, Asas, ; acknowledged the Bureau lad been of What one'finds of :urea"anag heaitl.iacreas.
Pioneers of Franco In New
stood toward the South, until he reachedthe days after his departure. Purchaa, after bru-fly Indians hud waste the considerable service'inthe past but' considered l : 'attributes ini tho"country u t6d fi4itl7
'V. A. McLEAN. Governor of St. the const of Florida on a day that ifci continuance' longer tYl.\' another" six j uhterbaLtnced'' by tho lack of preca'utionarycnowledge
inlet of SeloL 2 The Spaniards landed and recapitulating the history of this ill-fated territory \have consecrated to the mem i months would only ten! to introduce elements] or: forethought that, g&i :With tho
took of the houses of Seloiin the the relief of the SOIIB of Africa,and cue discord where ,existed. I conversedsuboequent1yitK 1
Shipping Forwarding possession largest says : thi: Litters of the Cnua-b, he none. now? lxadth..eeeker. ..As'mere circnmstancdoesr not

AXD of whichthey put the negro slaves. 3 These "Thus hath Florida l>oen first courted by tho nl'arlyannihilatoo. and stream the D-imo of St. a number of .colored people, 'secure happTnesa; neither'! 'situation \I Spain had entered and found that they were every whit as satisfied health.' It iapretraming '.upon'naturatrt'expert
,;KNLRAL COMMISSION MERCHANT were huge structures strongly framed of trunks English wooed tho almost dea .
by Spanish, wonno vninquer heretiqnes avec with their foTmcr'mastors' as their employ- Mr''to woik- unissstod and. th&rUIisI of health
of teaching the chouta Te De" L'i'ni-
StrSTSEfT JACKSONVILLE FLA.I of trees and thatched with Palmetto loaves.On .- by the French, and yet remains a rich and beau- Laudotuier un and Ix" )lloiiu. era were with them and were n .m re anxk>_s a care that maybe, to a'degree:sEghtojlwitb

iHIH bought and Bold on comraismon. Strict per- the 8th of September, 1565, the festival of tiful virgin, waiting until her neighbor Virginia God. Florida, \' horrid 'etne. for the perpetuation of tho Fn odmeJL'tf Court.Chaduttesville impunity in a cliniila and atiud siirroundingx to
-n t! attention eirm to the purchase, sale and constituted the bmttier-in-law of Menenicr be ;
>',-OJ T.I of cotton Lumber, and country produe grccri' the Virgin Mother, Menendez bonded in State, bestows on her an English bridegroom who as was a % liirusolt aie the nolc authority ,, may an exceptional place; which one .accustomed, 'need, to" -'dou.
nine later His transaction. All : this remains to be seen; but certainly, so far a* heeded amid novel 1ccI'or.dew'aiid tSu&p
OrJCfI for the \
of all kinds of wcni
purcl1a years ere .
-''OlnptJy..eeuted the lowest market price.rwpectftiUy .- greeted with salvos of artillery, the sound of making the first love, may lay tho justest challenge this district concerned, labor and Capital have diet V -

.''n' .m.t'n oUcited. March SI. -tfT. trumpets and the waving of banners. Mendoza, unto her." thirty-two !do l.i tot terre et noa dc\-on c'est tons tout adjusted themselves in accordance with the fixed ,Caution does not mean cholera cowardice'andnot
--- plus ou plus Lord
HARTRIDGE crucifix in hand came to meet him, chanting Te Tho conquest of Florida was not again renewed and military laws of supply and demand with great rapidityand should be confounded vrith it; health. is to

Hum laudatnut. 4 Solemn mass was said under by the French. Port Royal entrance is all full weight of its Rtu3, 3J8. most beneficial results. great a blessing that it should"never be trifled

Merchant, While thus the p. F. F. V.S* TEA nflo A. COLORED 6VSDAT SCHOOL. with The gentlest Angel 'of Death caa.IdsB
the sylvan roof of SeloL Thus, the foundationof that remains of the names established by tho .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Vrorcpt I One of the most remarkable ,illustrations of away" sleeping babe as softly and ftrclyas'tho
St. Augustine laid the oldest-town of French on the Southern coast to commemorate ly enlarged, evidence
attention given to Forwarding BniineM. was by the goad feeling prevailing in the communiiy I cholera-fiend snatch the robust i an'a'nid tho

April U-U nearly half a century in the United States. 5 in the present time, the stirring events of those of many tribes, and wan U5wucf !fuly! employed in witnossjd on Sunday afternoon. In a large convu'siona of agony. .It won!I 60 r.ifl. wer

On the 10th, Ribaut, in opposition the opin- old French expeditions.From hundred Indian 3OCi and tlutt lie was infamous unions schoolroom under tho Baptist church, about all ready for tho whisper or b a** thai summomt
J. C. HEMMING Convent at St. hU cruelty to the Ifrvnch. In three hundred colored children of all shades them to that place where the Ktants'abali
was ,
ions of Laudonniere and Lo Moyne, bailed in 1666 to 1574, Mcnenduz explored all in the expedition here alluded -
4 'CTiO.XER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, writers. 24. In 1G49 own life. "ultl p. 08. On from nearly white to ebony bask! were assembled no more;,say; .I am sick T'
of the the and
pursuit Spaniards to attack them at sea. coasts much of the interior of tho Peninsula
writer praiwi every act of his and thirty or forty white persons, many"of Eou.LtpETIwLEvL .
AND The next day a fearful storm arose which lasted established in dillurvnt localities, lit in the Territory, : them belonging to tho first families in thn country aMi.lrt.r
S. In the matter of house C
WilUam'IIillt of rairfhing
JACKSONVILLE FLA.i more than a fortnight and dashed every vc&ic1 i and colouijts ar.'I or>jt::;:'\l a permanent Span tal, did not contain cXpI'littol'to \ CMk Bay and most of them the Bum and daughters of: i ing, taste, with even modi;3111 rnouw, will ef-

of tho French Hoot against the rocks and shoals ish government. Fart San Lucia, near Cape habitants. I Dc-Laut ( : to Bottlttiuue. Pe ant to undertake former slaveowners, w r> engaged in teaching fret more than unrostricte 1. outlay with the Ltd
attend promptly to all wine entrusted tot
\ them. The of tho school
h;in. Advances made on Foreign and Domestic of the Florida coast. Most of the Spanish ships Florida, in the harbor which] tho SlJu.niard:3l'all- 1CG2, mention St. |! an Mr. A. P. Abell of tho NJ.tiona.UanIe. Among
'OdWrHi but taste in prodfccnip'
1 quisitc
.Era.are'EIi: I had found safety inside the bar of St Augus ed Puerto de Is, Fort San A ii.ctine. in the harbor the only Spanish alias Hjly. lie had been the teachers were Miss Aaa Gilmore sister of certain, air of home-lUbCceaA indispen.iabio which the dmj ipruaence

>.l-.i.i. .*, O D.n.8. Walker Ed. Uopkiua, lion.Cot J. J.R.Finlev F. Floyd, Hon., Hon.C.1LT B. tine. While this storm was raging with a violence of that name, Fort gall 3Ft: ('n the St. doubtless refer to .IlrJ.i nil, :wb ye'h!.id ald been six Gov. Gilmore Mrs..Thomp*)a Brown .wife of a 'of merely neodol furniture will corer

/ L ', not to the u.Luions verbal DaUU1Vof both wete colonel in. the .rebel army, and lira. 1L P. A homo should look like hoteL
Hin. Jan. -tf tho Indians never known, Menendez with John's river, and Fort tau? ;FJ1I; :;:<: at tle entrance eoure. never a
-- ". ll.vjku! in liSO. and published Loutham, widow of thj bat) Irofe3sorof Rich.
-- ---- -- -- ties, for the success ; : And can anything bo men Su-wWa thAn even

characteristic celerity, marched an army from of St. Helena. 13 Ho aLsj nut an expedition Voyn e.v Vol. III, pp. -:-. mond colloi and number of la-llca 'connected
B. B. ANDREWS > I) t peaVin< of this ad- the most inviting possibility ofahot4 C'lWn-
AND COUX8ELLOU AT, LAW, St. Augustine to attack Fort Caroline on the of soldiers and Dominican lriir.stoiaakoabctlo- enced Don Diego d l St.Anthony Buy > and St.; Helen two with:the- Albemarle Fenulo In.Htitute.' Clear: her A .trna woman will i iastinctiody tty to

FEY! JACKSONVILLE FLA. hind side. The French not suspecting danger mcnt on Chesapeake bay. lubluul of roaching in 1655 to petition >)orlda.n. :There wcrti no such away in one comer of tlw:room a atin.tUishoJ. her trunks for a pin cushion a scent bottle and
also Do F tct 213. i
0.. u-"o. RIocV 'JR. Wwn that aunrtar. WAN tiibvn vhnllr >>jr n>r_ t1riAfntfAn n., J'o :E'., -.ii.l! fur Sr\lp.! iuto a bishopric.: 25.This l nuy* M.ticudi-z A vole iareot- and learned w professor of tho Virginia UttiuJ'rf divers toflftto accessoriep to summon l y'tlwirtiniuiar

"S"U BIRBIE.3OOPER :. prise. Menendez, leading the column, at day in Spain, not choosing to be CTUployed in such a 'ycr,I io,\ I ;; u rl'rI\'1..7.i.and tl11".nr 1Cvan f w--I1It JaSI toa-jhmg t one bright-eyed 1 ftmU" 1I5a little'aJbo",1,001'darkey his letters-. 'iiwith aspect'cunning njn ''(--1W1ion.. imstu*. afiriglit*. 'towns az&I,"

& BISBEE brake, September 20th, f.lllike a thunderboltupon distant and barbarous lUu'utJ'1lenendcz I Jamaica with a floct ; I I '. Avil.-t ta ITatoo(1067)after whom iu dt he IJtl'Ul.-sent anI quito a number of the students of tho university banish the demon of hun.- 51Cnc&I.:

ATTORNEYS AT tho garrison. Order was given to spare during his povc-mmuit of Florida, it St. Aujii:line, he A 1M! Was )kit in command of St. were pursuing similar avocatioua. The }'"w comprehend the *;m .!!*> bite of prottic-

: JACK.ONrI.LLFFLORIDA.LAW the women and children, but to all others no sailed many times round the entire coast of the town, ur.opeccd by retu.ncd to Spain, uutU tho arri children learn made with woaderful a;titudo.and to bo conjured up by tlu1't'1 fro of a slight in.grmnty..nd..pmtic.'al
hundred in have) akca ly con iable Proh" They 1. and how thor
Crc vecond fctory, SammU Block. quarter was shown. Those who escaped the Peninsula, sometimes on a tour of inspection of iimi an : Indiana. IJb. xix., cap. aretaught spelling,readjiig aiwf singiriij, ant it dnstry,
round Tho achievements of these p.WC18 nay 1 6 matte to
: ':" :_ ber' ,6m sword were reserved for tho gibbet. Laudon- his establishments lUll f'I1I':1, !.;inetijr.n; -n in towors. : nanic-1 1.) Q.virnor O/ktlwrio is 'inteudod Soon to adl' ciphering brighten into bloom tho.ta'Ut -,-oni that a car-

ciere Le and few others fled Indian disturbances. Not without later by Francois C< of its ttluiei. Near the Suuth Thus hod cducatioa'of tto'bUcis been going Jan ha forced int-. "furnVishod
O. B. HART Chollus Moyno a quelling formeily a oonvcut of nuns and a row purse. k'c"I.t\r.ce aa
I count of iti condition ic:3 M.u-y-'SU1ta.ilaria who P jr soaio nvintha past, and inaeta.not only with "
;name A'omm anl comfortably
., .-: RJTEY AND COUNSELLOE AT LAW, to tho wooda, and after great suffering they' therefore, Barcia j-raitcs Lin as the man Lion of tho litglih' of the Spaniard Trace if ''no oppcmition frbni, the 'old :IsluVoownors" upholstered; .n a pair of,"candle-box neatly ottcmaf

JACKSONVILLE FLA. found shelter on board two French ships which who at his timo had tLo Li'st knowledge of The socu as late at 1770. done by their exprceadesiro" with their actlvo i with blems lexnnetrcal
Uy bodigtt of -
Vnmolestcd i IGli. WiKiamj JILt. cf, g patched;r
v% : r ractio in the State and United States Court '
: .tv Cm were anchored at the mouth of May river.- coasts and of the country. He explored the StJohn's : co-oporatioh. As maiiy13. five hunlrcchildren ; d intricocT, flawing curtains, albeit of coaiw
"al1 lln Pciiiusula. have been in:school at' ore time and
every I : ,
: taaecLj
0bbr.s. texturo hanging the
When Menendez attacked the fort, it contained river some leagues further than the o provld(ncu, lan'd surest IIclp' solitarprettynintor
uiirvi the attendance ia three
P. I. WHEATON: r!: averaojo daily rca -ly embroidered
of the photograph an
women, children and sick, two hundred and for- French had described.It greatest diflUnilty and Lundrud.DAN ; monogram1 upon -
Evidpaced In the Remarkable: 1 tho
most spotless pillow-case; a home-made looag
.T7'tsar AT LAW AID HOLICITOE IK CBAHCKT, co-operated 1 ,
JACKSONVILLE FLA. ty. Over the gibbeted prisoners, ho ordered a is greatly to be regretted that we have not '.:*:'ni n jm the ueVoiciSf Wave* I i, softly.cushk ned;,a-shrine-like toilette tabler ce'
to convert the they sufFered Shipwreck, And"
: "r M corner of Fonyth and Market itreet. scroll to be placed, bearing those words in Span- now the report which Menendez made of Florida cans )devouring jawea of the inhu RICE BEFORE THE RECONSTnUC :t'afdfsl mat of domestic manufacture are among,

I t .'c'ier3l: U ish: lOr did not tllra willi tlttte tnen a* FrrncA- i to tho King, so highly extolled by Barcia.- the order were FalUifuliy related by one of TION COMMITTEE. these tri e obtainable by every one,' '";';* *'
of tho !' .' 1'hilaaelphid, 10'JU.; Lon mantle 'else
men but at LutJttriaiu." This sanguinary con- The great Florida explorer and governor died tremity Mack, a very amusing correspondent of :'An.uph01srorol piece, pit eyeeorei
DdBRUHL' & BADGER there,an almost prori leuce, pp:25. the Cincinnati Commercial, writes that paper i frmn its rough wood toDd unsightly paint rni 1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, flict where military fury and religious fanaticism soon after his return to Spain in 1674. 15 Not bo true tho following letter from Washington: | 8) fashioned as to lend a loxoriota L ax .to. JM*

OCALA FLA. extinguished all sentiments of humanity without exagcration it has been said that at tho | plant called popularly Cawina I Washington April 17.-The Committee on Reconstruction |' else comfartloss,bedhanibor-
bark I
Will attend promptly to all buiineaa entrusted to hLI happened on the festival of St. Matheo, hence time he left Florida, the King of Spain was acknowledged An English gentle diuretic, and U taken in : still persists suppressing the To furnish a room properly 'there exi ta/th.
ear*. Dec 16-tf Philadelphia, was .."alfixU tbd nci ve*. If it were most important testimony elicited before it.- I primary demands' of wallfloor:and windows.-
the of the fort and the river San and the Catholic religion wan professed -
Spanish name dec, it could thirdly be lt 11-
about ninety miles Dan Rico has recently been on a circus tour .Tn&36 satisfied, the remainder is ">dsnpd0sed
BRA HAM & ARNOW, Matheo. Leaving a Spanish garrison in the by all the Indian tribes from St. Helenaon 16Tho IllJ t, l. bohea too. bchoylucld'a lILt through the lately rebellious States and has had ot> -i

ATTOKNEY8 LAW AND SOLICITORS IN fort, Menendez hastened back to St Augustine ; the North to Boca Rattoncs oa tho South, Pro\iJcnc pp.75. opportunities such as are afforded to few, fix observing V' washotiJd always be draped, j poasibla -.

CHANCERY, there he was received in triumph. The squadron and from tho Atlantic to the Gulf Mexico.. 16 authority plundt-rod : tho condition of the Southern people as ; the walls should be clean and adorned%y a

GAINESVILLE FLA. of Ilibaut wrecked tho Florida coast After him his whole walk was interrupted ; all passengers were .- :: to loyalty. His testimony will be found to show I few tastefully disposed pictures fa bracieft or"
was on
Prompt attention*ill be given to business in any uncertain of their : tne true feeling that exist in the South.when the: two holding Bon-g trifle of prettmcBB-.ach-s* a
part of the StaU. Feb. 2i-Ciu.L. south of St. Augustine, not far from Matanzas his little forts and colonies fell into decay. It ity, and claiming Editor thin crust of pretended loyalty is melted away I vase with a few waving grassca; .or springtime b

I. rLSMMO. i. i. 1 1.51 E1.. inlet, but nearly; all on board got safely to theshore. may with truth be said the au of great; Spanish: and newspaper} a high weekly,' and true character is revealed us under the ex- posy; the floor. covered U necessarily with

FLEMING & DANIEL When the Adelantado returned from the expeditions to.the East coast of Florida ended. were spared, Hook, frequently inlulgod hilerating influence of a menagerie when man carpet; matting forbad chambers with a larger
their captors to St. in the stauJd in tho presence of tho untamed foxf a of I bordered square of carpet or = large 'rag far a
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, daughter of the feeble garrison of Fort Caroline They never reached Chesapeake bay again, and Don Lawrcano do : of, the remarking public men.on A nature separated therefrom only by tho. thin single room, will be fbood an economy of labor

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDH. some Indians brought him word that a not long after tho work of further explorations them hospitably would persist in placing him partition of an iron cage. Mr. Rice, being duly and money. A dining room i shooitLalwaysqbe .

Feb. tfa great number of whites had appeared at the on the coast fell into the hands of other nations, the world's re- sworn testified thus: made a cheerful attractive .. and a too

South on the further side of a river which they particularly the English. 17 Judged by tho pense by the inland I! of what he considered gaze Q. You have an unruly animal, known as a'' rigid' barrcnncsa avoided in Its'arrangements.\'
M. .G: GARY, Jonathan abuse in the columns of pet mule, with your circuit have you not P To my own taste nothing is so- :&ccmry a-bare
ATTOIUrEY AT LAW, desired to pass. lie therefore set out again, in vulgar standard of success, Meneiiduz surpass captives on his soldier's spirit resolved A. I ha ye. walls and absence of adornment in this particular

OCALA MARION COUNTY, FLA. that direction to destroy those who had escapedthe all his predecessors in the conquest of Florida. in tho and a gentleman could not Q. What are the idiosyncrasies i of that boast J room ; I have known housewives canM'ef

Win practice in the State and United State CourU. fury of the waves. Upwards of two hundred Wealth and fame were prominent objects of liia published calling a hireling scrib- A. He is much given to kicking. I tfme and distrustful of 'daatand flies prftke the

Feb. S 3-mp Frenchman were found about twenty miles I ambition, but his life seemed equally devoted to his misfortune No; he would Q. It is almost impossible to ride him, is i it t belongings of tho "brerOtfrtst-roort vatil if'ioargested'therc&eetory -

.. FL 1 'T_.1 oighty-nino pages, in his own den-the not I of a boarding sekooi or
South of St. Augustine in starving condition. the mission ol converting SOULS 10 uoo. A. It is. I .institution-, *
FRANCIS I. WHEATON, a mation it contains by tho horns Donning generally offer* $25 to any man charity Apropoa of:Ladie* fingers

I ATTORNtr AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN When told by Menendez, of the destruction of his mind expanded with the means aWhia command the Indians of the himself with a hugo who will ride him round the ring. aud their home made,athicyments, in articles of,
the first Q. On your late visit to the South, did receive a room-furnibhlng sot, I would notice'ono of
CHANCERY. Fort Caroline, they asked to be sent back to the Florida Peninsula, during office of the paper and you .
gress in civilization any-offers to ride that mule? tho prettiest things. Seen at the Ladles Southern
his for .
risen full agitation inquired .
have to
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. France, and even offered a ransom of twenty Spanish supremacy might a A.I&. Fair/caHed -
After describing
.c. SO Offitx center FartyOi and Market ttreett.D tf thousand dncato. The ransom was refused, and realization of the high hopes and grandeur to whoso hands : invited; he by complied tho clerk, and to take was Q. State what occurred on the occasions.. .LA. CCCHihiS.Tha :

they surrendered to tho mercy of the Adelanta.. which distinguished its discovery and conquest the clerk who recognized A. In Richmond, a discharged Confederate toilette table with ita haughry namd va '
adds "Tho
fell ho
W. M. IVESiATTOKKBY do and by his order, all but eight who claimedto From the expulsion of the French in 15Q7 to : and informed the edi I I soldier attempted to ride him, but' was immodi- ; in truth a,,dclij itful. little bit..of o qtiutry ei-
foot and thrown fiat of hia back. I '
AX1 CO0NSELLOK AT ty long ately in rtao-color and. india
LAW, of his namo and evident pressed muslin. It was"
be Catholics were put to death. tho British occupation in 1763, Spain "held tho ,. Q. What did the Confederate soldier tathisP "
LASS CITY FLA with palmetto ; aggravating delay, which say copied after a.French engraving and madaly Not long after word was brought that another -, supremacy of Florida. It was described in tho was a row of to increase tho ul-temper of I I the fefr hands of two of thet JVn deaf. daagh-
II. to Menendez, as : A. Ho said the mule1 was a d-d Yankee ten and raffied at her tabfev The"
and Larger party of the shipwrecked Ilngue- charter granted by Philip and two ends; at opened, and a coarse, rough -

C. GILLIS, nota. headed bv Eib*nt. H_--Jf. had waml vwl PTtsm.1in.fwwn; v- -.11 J ho North to I .,. i"Jtw&uat ,nial.r
A11VKX&X AT LAW, to the spot where the first party was found, trying tho river Palms or St&xtandtT in the"N\ est According side, leading to the the room Walking up to ?succeeded. .' : 'I!rim, and *urvod wire*. taming aeortoTshade

DM. J JACKSONVILLE FLA. 11 late 1633 what was Visitor,' he said m a I to the mirror and tahJAL, After*plain
n to reach Fort Caroline. The Spaniards to Do Lact, as as tho chief Indians, angry Q. What did he say? j or canopy
called Florida was bounded on the you the chap that waits I A. He said after he.diamountOO. that if ho a covering of bright .rose,,silk,. 'otpoxhap,* only'q
James B. Dawkins marched hurriedly to attack them. Dy the same properly cabin was the chief Indiamuslm -
I Virginia had a regiment b them ere. cavalry ,00 d .have bright glazed cambric, a skirt of spotted
ATTOBXEY AT LAW AX1 SOLICITOR IN treacherous device these unfortunate were betrayed. West by new Spain, andon_ tho North by Mrs. Dickinson,' 1 to see the editor 0 the pa- I whipped K patrick"alI 'to smash; and that in draped the tab'i $ m&'widU: !

EQUITY.T Menendez asked if they were Catholic afterwards Carolina. Tho chief staple of captivity, had'an I 1 1" I tho next war against the Yankees intended to flounce intended to be.ftut d't2'pla1td ta w.

_b. M GAINESVILLE. FLA. ly or Luthariana. Ribaut replied wo are of the its history during this period is the establishment dian women 'would I am tho worry"man. raise a brigade of 'em- in&nceL ,. 6.: ._".,.;t. *:_'_ __w-,' .
Mission house and the attacks some mistake. I Cross-examined by Mr.Stevens-_ 'Around t&Q edge or.UVQ iauo.a roee owor nu*
reformed of mother's
religion. repeated these .wordsDowme for ito kead-lutter of this '
the handsomely
I I'm homulo a she mule bQn inch and a half in width'was -
'R 1'1'I I I.'R T. SABATi tho.English ., 't..1 _...1 Q. Is that a or an .
vttwtnto tnti; then he said "We are from on the,Spanish settlements by could not get a bringing mo noooeueuu A. It's a ho ioule. box-plaitod and' bow of the :same crna-' _

TOTBICIAX AND SUPJJ EON, the earth and to the earth vn return; twenty and the Indians. Augustine would ; fearful'. proclivity to the Q. YhayemoukeysinyourshOWhaveY0Unot mentingtho comer' Tho back. waei Massed in*

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. years sooner or later, it Is all the Let The first was by Sir Francis Drake, Admiral- This' .OO'i i ?. full plaitmgs of the muslin ov r-;the Txa:color.
same. gu "
pl a
omoe-Be.m.mb' Bock leco&d floor,fir<-t room on P impoe8x A-t. instance *
thewuresabeva which had Incite
left -. JanJ3-3ra them do with me as they wDL" 7 .The signal of in-chief, having 1 under him. ;Martin }Forbisher tho.King of Spain say rm telkwf a bo r' roar- A.Q.: I Have overheard-any- disloyal' remarksn Over been covored'with 'pasteboard;''and-then'. _

J. D. MITCHELL, H. IX their execution wu given; four' men declared Vice Admiral, Francia = .Admiral of Rome All the I again rafeedhis knotty. ui I{ relation to those monkeys nth the pink was a Cover formed-likd'a.1i

'PHYSICIAN AJCD.SUBaBOX they were Catholics and they alone were epar- and General Carlisle of the .land and money conies_ A. I can't say that I huve. cose, the'Wit finished witht tecbi. }"-
I I.NdJa. said the offi
forces. He sailed from Ejigland in no means r' Have overheard anything said in their bon and -a narrower Out. 1
return"d to Jacksonville for the purpose of ed.8 Three weeks. later two hundred more Hnguenbta :- September, Thb town the Q. you -
:HAVING: tM PntAice (I hi* probnlon often hUervico found' Canavral whoee 1585, to cruise against the Spanish. After sacking down- and dropping. '. 1 presence? t ,- each side, in gracefid iold.of draponded 'iaa d
U his fries and the public. were near Cape St. I mile in length, wrath at the some time. A. A coupIeof young ladiea.-were :ori day a CtItthI'edgOd like the 4kMdf ta-

Julia OOoeathkfbnn,eet& re- 4en.e Jackconville, corner January of Fonythand 20-tf lives were Jago, he levied a contribution of 25,00'0I. riot very thick 'what 'are 'you. wanting- I standing m,front of,the cage andil'heanl:' one .,'Ue and reaching to tho floor.- wr r-

Huguenot colony had disappeared, the ducat on the town of St. Domingo,,and a .:um which ore plenty. .of them say H_ looked. like a.l Froedinan'a Bo- 'A Aft.ltmO roibCub
of ducats on Carthagona. Then turning dear .alii mistake ,I ex- mg ..-. tLk
DB. J. A. .S... TODD, names of their fort And the river were changed.9 110,000 Th.eajftgaand ITI call some rcau. of
Fl ,and will contiane North, (coasting along the. eastern shore of poram. ; Q. How was tbi remark received r. Parianpure Vases; paunt l wtk rbiiiooL.-
ranoved to Jadjoaville Then Yen del feeling secure from further for i old backed -'
are buildings, valiant complainant to'
HAS the : stand.'thedorn WfIOIeiI dthgtb
prlctict of his profearioo in all Jtt branckes.Oo. beacon : A. It created much laughter.Q.'ere on the ,
: in 1586 '
.aid Boon up itain ia.C. NIChOlS Building ,eign'aggression Bailed to Havana, where in the Florida, May,, : ,. : was accidentally ed. .:The.number 1fingpoliWly.. the brawn there any personal.allusions ,made the Dgr 'air Q ca'
Bay trw ,wha be mal be*,tiaa at all bom. un1eII .discovered which indicated as ho con- occasion? r1.for ." IIlJa"
&p ss-am meantime several of his ships had ndezVoued.No mont being about on the :
JII"--a"J -ri 1U til.thcDdid be attention his other' jeciural 4 Spanish settlement in 'the- neighbor- me ketch' you: ."coming; again, A. Some one m'the crowd said, pointing to th8utang. .ay of taste could readily.xr coe haYfafframe tba
give '
them are kept'M :want and wh you -
rpcnter -
.Medical N"otice.DHl hood. landed Ancstatia island' what yon ourang .Thatfs. Snmner. work made fouh dwectioa* y a _
:'8. BALDWIN has removed I to and nei commissions.When. : -1 Troops.,-. were- .>. "on the North end of ready here ball. sorts of .oTSid that please tho.bystandoreT and nothmg"eould DaPtrokacr t* pijftfamf

located hiawelfia his sew office on the cor- the massacre. f Fort darolie and' the and inarching a little' 'Qq..up'tho river, .ho cation, ,:,being ,. : or navy,' civil -or military- ;A*VerJ muclu ,, tor 1 sparer 'r51hioJit cr.m
t n Del'of A4am andL ara Ineta, where he will at all discovered a fort and a town two railea' distant' DL- "Did ever hear cbsern.tioA600ut either iota ,bridaltoOtttestand .+ '
ncoute found except wbea engaged In MofonooeJ"c stall more wanton assassination of ,Ilibaut and ba tion-Win. iwit anoth- Q. you ,any:. *
: : oIm to undergo
I '
approach the .( it el
Qa Jan. SO tf The seeing the \ _
> hit the Florida coast reached Spaniards pn English "tw94h ; ? -
men on Europe, i ;j ; : ."Dull'!before-heagain Ten- '_.A1heaxd1t'sai&ai1teoutinAcMbeartlit : or spproci i't19 1"b4&k M1haapOib'be
FIS'BMETTJC TCASES. the French nation was roused for .- : after. ,. nring}'f Cf: I guns-abandoned,_ thfort_. .Icavving walls' ro !built the' 'Herculean proportions. of'lnformedthe be looked;like .'.Ben .Butler,-and..aboutgrizdy a eaailJ < U

The widows, orphan children end relatives i of behind fourteen pieces -of 'bras ordnance, otct'of;the'Band of.the' ..bear".tha 'M ought :"to;,K.,cafled.:Ben. ,.:'-_ ..- ',,- ,,-_. -,, "T.'SC tBU _

the and a'chest containing X2000.'sterling'ito pay is i occupant. \ -" .. _Cot. oJ', :..
addreesed to '
numbered Huguenota. a petition; Thi[ steM only irate oolo- ; .
of the visit'of the 'owm.the or. NI J'1 a.BerWi .) .
lam aUotor
) and tot sale. points .roemLlance s tpd f -
.1r.xPTJLnQy. 150'.men % '
.*I ,. *wepsre&to Thumt; bead I duties. IX,.known. 1- _as_ -.fyittcbtiupplteatona r ,. the-.garrison. '.,thenpng. only ,' .. ,, l together, nor 'his publish, 'eared to A They were not. .Thb observation was madeion etur GI1 .'tS--._ .t_. ., _

sad 1owD 1I.a4. agent fcr iron CALVIN IeD for OAJC oemetcr/; nrwiH g the ftctf aDd 4I1WIJ."ding'f Tedres.}ONedi.wu rth_,.,_ t_.. h..:"l:1"eUCD.'; ,.-.. ., v'ferfrcnbisameoier :'escape th aun.-'8.'On .' A> well known pugilist the tout w A< .with. special reference'per!;; *- lo1g.a1ed k :

1-.u; J..nne. Bui niesn)p# ((he son of. :CaiSennV, ,de to. ,the, English ,onf. departoTo tavern in the' vjrfnifr"w. in i hapff to tho.occular"defdrinity M: thcr casd ofthone.eyed I .1epQ. f
fitted him ta
.. slight prepaxabon : -> ; T M iiJl8lOr
inaainaUbo 1&ying tho'PriDceJ; of- BangisWr a I animal, '-,1i P ; $ Ii 'Ptua8i
& t J : RUSSELL IPt.iUsiU insensible r' the.< '- ." ..tioJ., _of" showh, :. 18' hiii I 1idQd." l' :by,. ttuo 7\., -" be* ac atted .,;-11 with, ,g_have aide showwjthyoarjdrcta? -.rith'tU
W TJn&g you
u :, i.- ; \ !hii jruiijecia Borodelm*:gmtletmoariook 7 '" _, '; i.Utr .' -< -.'I brougutuato &: 'Theirfor/.impidly ccted,, : .e tW .
aM J.bbsrWi44,9i Li- -ii. t 4 A-Jhave. ,. ,, k.
do frotixttio ibrt
"YD 114 WI I. : te avenge the ._" j,;._." ,,. .. : _d 4. H* -J-. .4.; irf ebeing ) I of.tba. fighting editor of the .. .sWei ,rii. an1 dialoyalf reImarksnirelation u. .
1'1 ta tile.=.I him&1, dr''u.i1edfrOm. iio fnlw'j'' t\J4.t fldUfr17 '. drihn : : rethonstrane 'from'per.. to thentf "" i. third' hall'".._- _

"M good m utw.. f $ inJ 17'wth andanunaroi ea thAt town,'btalt erf,woid whichnd(foundcs ;!' siite : ; ,/themselyo. ;;aggncrred oy the [ '.>I believe J.heard something of'th'pncI des- -." .
: will
.vbittinaited. opilll three ships oar tht ;
; : : m.nevifld. .
e4Bt"AngnlUnAlo .'nothing: butthi* I once aloutDaniol_ in tho lion's den. ,
a\1JooC ".B. inft'fifty ffldt' About,tie came time fort caBod BftnJoans Tho prisoncn trough'1 t and painted_. .. ;' S ,'''__

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j erclrjr- Deemed toount nztors !tror- PresTdcnTunolA ETmsel/Ton account of what he

I sentiment-we *art> laboring for" the glory of his manhood* his dignity and htf. intorojj*, oacE'heart V-the: was Ml, if we may work.of judge restoration from its 'losfflcBa arid Violence still broods ove'Q.. has done for us, .under great difCcultios. The

'Yourcfe \Vhfle ii ye -Again4he] Utire Southern delegation being excluded, thereijCongreM
ve have bold to view the '
but b
iflVOiUfltry&lattiation, asresflmOdviia aaficiU. not more earnestntasthanbeforet'and tocxoiangca bring us sad j a majority of two IIIInIS against

JACKSONVILLE, FUL.. MAY iLea. advantage* of the East, wo have fearlessly ex-, ofedbmundera a peoplq, ice.'wa1 never bov tlmcr I1A43'1Ii soon the ladies appeare j Ii4.yk e\ He stands almost a'.ono! on the ramparts hay

LTIcU4, ruPkL po impolicy and bal manaemeu v L..i iJr wa' tdtho. among .tho/imany newiftamed 'gravcs.yplaoing' k jjccnstitution, bfft thank God,, he has an"nted S. 3aniiaia & Vo. 'Ii _

We feel a Floridian's pride in the interest aL. upon each-a': ton riancmbrahce ana" oje; heart and a stalwart arm with ; g o.tty, 8sviiaII
: : T "' 1VwreaUies -' ,
t $"' r1i$1UTEDflOL- strength of the Middle, and in the promise the"West i the ehape o vbeAutiM" *"* he wields the flaming sword justice andthgis .My i-&zvWllton Osrytn; mj

and boqut.*-hMP tof tUe Palot* '?' Q Iouto form ancLbo* tIIStt r enemies no attention to his war- ecrtvr: _
,,. pay
: and wouldhai'ethem -
knit in unity E t.
together t dho nil&a s iita ot tij UI
KS ?* Bn of sentiment and purree, anl action, by baad pf hues of the roab: Dkvr iatatui-ff wu rnjVriVj J t e several __ 0tCfrit; seem madly resolved to rush into

The iron and links of gold with the East which wiH but exclaim a'outeyes.winddrod over tins "ttcnt and centralism which ho _
consolid ,non proofrtts 7
tion of the rights of wherein intSponaiblo -
man as
colored It from
with its adorn- population seems, a siRgo
of the deaVV &
resting place
florid* 6onaectk itf the Tn'-woiily &SSC1, of surely make them great and prosperous. The faction rules in the insulted name oi DEMOCRACY. m the statements conindnMcnpapcrs, -n dangerous a heresy as secession itself.They May I-Tsnbsede ameer. : ___

th* M .ua the pub- efforts wo have mafle have been the fruit of much -g say that-whatlie hs. o1orlis ,ci
usan ao- UiaElheSd If.S.regulars,colored had been him a They that wo$
mhich troops, usurper. say .
aiiiclo ____
lie irith tta following iplcy ; reflectionand confirmed conviction,of the right; _
of-the praccodlngs in'that'ciry tially In* an.IJmustcrbil.out.of AudtcbelliQUS and.unfiL jrtho- njoyracnt

** thankV14tba.Oliver for ouiIwLana" .as it and if wo* f&fl to awaken attention and to harmonize "T1IH SPECTRE OF-CIVILW. civfl liberty. Ilesayj that ,Wfr'fatQ ,wcllT and &vsnaat
.which tho fair "of that
te: rciug, in women city from drink
became] noise _
disorderly creating on 8
rlny$ into our handi qtoto oportunnly ? present conflicting element, the pleghiflorida's Last wock we wrote a hurried article wi nanifestod thonr admiratiori devotion to the loj-ally disposed'' and .that", :-all jthe] Jawi, both Snmml JJay* &8tmr.Co, Helen'. Cettr.' Inzaluknv-fati'
\the streets when the interfered in imprudently
police an
State and.Federal ba 4 the
of nay iforot by< ctvtribunals.
brlaueS vittrdfred ariseand n7 _
Inila'iatrtl of that prosperity
can never if.our-roaderft
'Iie ton, q paper view of arrcsting..thtattCfltiO
ifcmory of the bravo tnd noblo.dead within the denounce hinviis'V traftd 'atidif
rie disputes
tit in conmlimentArr terms an arSde shake its finger at us and "Thou didst it." rough manner, which/gave to They __
gay .
to thc radical changeswhich- irresponsible Xa Lockees
cemeteries of that fcity. Says tho Coiuiitutum- w rcgii-d the rkteifencfa( }jthefr: nt.wspapcrs -
rtuch pp r l in tM :Fl id; TW-WeeWy ,, and; finally a collision in w-hich,the ..
Boithkel Ott the wl jdt of the "F16nd ; Connoc- majority has'wrouirht IB the character our a llat: troops and other colored inhabitants, COMMODORE MAURAY AND MEXICO., dangers'which and removQ.him from. hia high Floridians : ----- --
boti it ue' lo gtj 'fromth Government, and to hint at the =, oce. ----- --
tJon7tindjifta ) sr The wife and 'the mother, the stricken sister side became unitod in, action against ltho polioo woredknown'tturnil backs on
fcraBaSd article : ; Our readers will remember that this distinguished threatening the country We did notset
tays are surely and the BtripL'ng the haired,sire and
of via ti above rcason-- boy, grey and white citizens, who had rallied ajtheiraid, friend pr foe and' a.skvh tr can:
In s boainNl point gentleman, earlytfter the ,fall of, the those forth as clearly as wo intended when tho niaiil who weeps'her soldier lover,will eacTi we do for die magnanimpus mlH wno thus
nnd. Bat 'wi woulctto when free to,fire jrosult l. The
stka Oreing a rcsor anna >
; o1a "TallabioBeans" and the Confederacy, emigrated to Mexico and was at wo- picked up the pan, and hal purpose and nil be touched unto the "very heart at reading bares hid-brenst in our lhalf*crainst such fer fit TAsXiaxta CiicrrrorRobert

,4 j1 in thin- how the loved and the lost is not yet forgotten commanding officer, and the,Mayor of the city ful odd-? My-answer is that flu bests in IL!-Jo-bMcn,Trustee, 4.. \ -
& J t4 btili ftaN1kt t Ti once placed"in does pmximity to' Maximilian, to stats them"more epccifioally issue, ; Jway
.by the lovely ladies who soothed, by each e employed; the military and tcivil forces .*nd.succoedod assist him v N ney J.Hooker aiuiWlUtan f Lul1
vhich and ,tho
: can
wo Bcrvn pftruthi
which the
that cky th* only Atlantic port good a nd.niad o Superintendent oi'Colonization & .- Bat since then we happened to lay onr hand ups alt attention his hour. causf. B.aiuolur. (
; dying in quelling the disturbance.. It justice and the cYmstitutfoji of'our counTiyis bavtoff bttcn _
Tallahaeflee : : muuit to
was .
nenianti and public generally article which bears tha -* II spp
c Commodore Mauray is now in England, and has on the above caption, *
cool and the
mtcroBtiftT An to keep quiet, plwy j&res andby'
and JJIdJle Florida have any < iimit to howoyer, renewed, on the next day, ot lorcumstancos cir- ;
the Said
Heart of the Young.Girl bill
; coramunkatcid to the London Standard from the Louisville JottrtHtl, which wo have den '
&oi.nroodnot hare hnyer to* recently the daily beauty clout lives forcer'( onTi a
dot*tfce P. the Dead Soldier. which, had,thcro been propriety MVI CiiCBU. tat within the State ( ,.
to TAke Gt ;'and may Bho not't itond that ite< a very able letter,on the subject of Southern termined to insert rv lieu of our purposed remarks [The following nsiily; exquisite lines huraestcd by the on the'niinda of all that wo are nofuawortliy the county of llilfcboiwush. H Wtea ttiat is5nid.tntsYaiiey _

Florida' wrtionCh withlucidnosa prrcat event ol RKttrda.vhas. icon furnished us fiuIloatlon. pub- conduct, and prudence on the part of. the whites. of freedom. Let us, mbcr J. Ilooker sail Wflhi0.
to JackBon-nllo F Has no eo. ) s ml din and Jack .-ED.COSM-ITCTIOSALIST. serious disturbance would havor occurred. that IiiwJces'act inflividun / arnww thecociplaiwint's bift,ot& '
f Where i IgF&ns no n our
Atlantic every any
of far more promise,to the people of the South and a terseness and power.which 'we j, 4*. J -'A. ken p0tf4.o. It Is rtgvnt
.onpUjsf Ar not these ports sister diies oT r Unknown tome, lirnvo boy, but stTJ I wreathe The worst passions of many .of the thoughtlesaand tata may'corrmiil Bnd every indiscreet'cxpriss- tion of titLe outer be niale once awek 5r pu
and those of the classes of cannotemploy-,-and decline to imitate. The ar- For vmi Up teiiilereit of wild-wood fiftWer9 two mon.
&llinaMee'in4 ate not the people1 who inhabit generally, laboring i on fiat may bo iittoml,wntacJiatoly exa- #- KOUIO newjprtjrtr pubUitfa ta ttl*Cltcuit. *
of the'bone tnd fh. of the flosn," than offering homos I ti*!e nulbo&ttind'iin our columns clsouhero.. And oVr yotr tomb n virgin'-*prayer 1 brciitbe. reckless of the loose character<}popu- ated and pul'linlipd bocaover.heth.i.n ,,- ., ;. IJ.A.P1TCJ
them'"bone Europe, any comtrynov', To gicct Ho pins moon and the -Apiil showerI .- r ; tttet-A.* GO,.,acrk. _
M It wcre'of the people of Middle Florida and of tor&nAfta3t1nqJe the disappointed, the reduced and ruined, Let it bo real and ponisred.t latioiu had bocomo unnecessarily,unbridled, and et States .with. the view. of piaking. it apcarlIa"thVeTesilei1 May 7tbISCL
they not Floridiani i*- only know, I only pare to know committed outrages i ( i imcmiiiht
The confiding stories which teem throuft thc ---- You died Sir tie-for me ami country Wed!; upon many ocenLpjtr- wrong
After.reading tl)> above we were just thin A thousand Sjnbgsand wilJ PocemH-r snow ties that will long leave a stain upon the ucKoractcr r "1S' arc passing -through a fcfalIi- .
what hoald be a proper inswor, when casting cress of the United States, canccrncig the ad- HONOR TO THE ,. VTill weep fur cno of all the SOCTIIER* DK.U .d eal.i -'Thai 'owe of tho world aro upon u*. Let

*nr ej'e OTerto the next aolnmn, happily woth I T 'togcs, and disadvantages -Mexico, as a Our Goargia exchanges brings interesting accounts .. Pen-hanee; mm"JMher en7 "i xip the skies.Wnilinpr of.Memphis. Wo regret to haye to chroniclo ns, therefore.m ,10. wino a* serpents, and Iiarmleefas VLI

f0aa $ Oaincsyflle New Era had come to our h those who arc weary of despotism in of ceremonial honors paid to the Cont'cd. lilits t-ichcl, for her mnrtyrol Imive such events, for their occurrence, thc sowing jloves.. In times liko these, it is the. duty of .: .
iataiie1.nd furnished ta pertinent reply Oil, for her very eventually to good constjltnfirtri
every to'obey
of its hateful forms, have served to confuse, rate Dead iu various portions of that State.It .- the tarf above your lowly grnvc.Tin' .
-rfcfch *re gto in its own words : any the reaping of thewhirlwind. Too. and laws himself, but to s as'fkrWpcsiblo *-
11.11* R wJt is mith jprrcat reluctance that: and to deter. When 0 :trY Oominodore seems that by previous appointment, the anrr .. Cue 1< wxcrti, when our mnt.lens f tanlLiuktl great pruJcnco -- that eThaIflCS8O for each

half sheet, bat we'&TO forced thereto by circumftancos -- -? =- watements challenge attcn- ,> __ a _f Al__ .............1- -* t'l._ T ..?'? ortnv* tic n-ith'sa.t lelicts natrons and hiroinAL.MV iie cannot bo exercised by the white race in is even' one now

beyond our control, viz : the want oi r t ion, respect and confidence "Wo regret that t was set apart as a day to bo dovote-1 'throughou'v. And lixht the torch of 11 vnnqulub.'d cf Rinctlfyinz lnn-1 finw. every community. They are the intelligent heM!responsible for all, nnd fuir all all are, and.held all reponsiLo.fur, are. held re sponsibe r-rir'r': A1 /H -.-

more paper. And it is to the tardiness of the FM t he length of his loiter is a barrW f A fta iJ"> <5,, *u, v-1---i-r *-iilighter?) to pay atributo and commanding rpearid_ hold.thoJocaLcavfSd each. Thosvfnrn J rlinrmv Tinr rn"- *rr* ,. fflant i, -
L J a, Qlgl- AM 4U K %>C CUVndebtod t ion jut now, bat wo propose hero to give the of honor and of grateful ai-- w ,. ti rn 1lIIehr?41.I biuk gitcni! ibo trn': rv, 4ara; in the exert-i-e emil hi* duties asa loyal

( for tha.'doficionry.. Wo have to-day p ith of it b rave soldiers who foil in her cause. \vuie.zyIuve; Ia'; fei n-.s.ifl TftOtUI a aefiJweYciso forbearance, and deal justly eiti/en: of tho United States, to sen that all crime Tnbs 3LOCKVOOIV!, ;COMilAXBEK. -a

jmough paper,lying in Jacksonville to last us fort The Commodore his that In 3fa2on and Augusta these Sloop 1 On your rou--li of plory slumber comoiliiwimcil by the inferior race. A rough and domiuowingBjiirit SH: instantly punlshe, and that all the lawsandpiiticularlv" mtii fine'tcaruer harirnr been {tIacM jpermani
least fire months, part of which has been expresses surprise sobw particularly, .1. line
nmlil the Aphj'nj-flic; choir: on the between Chufirttnn an l JVatta
thr-pe f
the of tho freedmen r
there for two weeks, and yet wo are compelled I f Southerners availe-l tliumsclves of tlio generous proceedings wero conducted with appropriat Not with the crumble .f irapetnons dnmg w not adapted to the changed order of our : 'r protection tom Ian**:all hnJiDgs on the SU John lilrrr,wJirttT

to issue The New Era in this style for the want offer made Maximilian to feeling and taste. From the 3Iaron Telerjrnph Deq.'iiing! the i-liorui of embattled Jro. social status; and it should lie remembered that are duly execute L share o( public$atronage; Wing eonanuuHieil by offletn*
by emigrants good
All the cheater crimes, each ns murtTer. arron, of ex eriLiicc. wcX and fiKvoxably k3iowit oo the
of it, We would most respectfully recommend Above shiU the oak and cedar fling matA.
to the manager*of the F.t A. & Q. R. R. tho; after the fall of the Confederary. lie had cast t we clip the following interesting accounof t Tlirir you glint plamrw ninl protecting i h.ide-{ even the worm will sting when trampled on.- &C.,having! since tbo surrender of Gen. Johnston ami ant Ih-iaUf luvyicjf,I'vtry UR/aryaa guarantee Mcommodaiiona of comfort uut for Mm>m

propriety of taking the iron off thuir road and around for a retreat for himself, and for them tho proceedings in that city : For you the si'nE bird |Mnnu upon] l.w wing The press everywhere should speak out on this up to this t'nio been puni.haLle alone by the be relied cpun.' safety wjfl
And warble rrcr undismayed.
r ust-ms
oiling it and the running stock to some U. S. rom the peiBocuticn; of the despotism \\liich he In Macon there are two cemeteries, whore re. subject, and place the seal of public condemnation military, my; rnasn'sfratcs and people have fallen M y, Farewell I AnJ if yovr sjiiiit wnmler nc-ir int<> the ItnTJt of l lnokinr r alone to the military ,J.fonday at 10 A. it, arriving here TWdaw.
Tax Commissioner the proceeds to bo invested fin bit assured awaited Them in their conquered I poso the remains of those who diel in Confodcr. To kisi thU pUnt of uivi pliinir. art-- upon such affairs as have stalued tin streets of -
for tha"arrest oTn lcrs. but
hereafter this will
a couple of two-ox teams and a one mule cart I iito hospitals in our city,.or fell in baltlo duriu... Trau-lute it, cvci in the heavenly sphere, of with innocent blood. : < Returning Trt!|leave for Cbarlenton et TT VT to run in their stoaiUtotwoen Baldwin and Jacksonville. l and, and after comparing the advantages of I; J Jariouf the Into contest: and tlio warrin elements aw i A* the Itbrettoof a maiden's heart. Memphis not to the cas. Tho military havp ceased to nv rntnic a: a otjocfc,arrlringat 3oTaimahoaTtaundir

We think the public in this section v portions of the world, he settled down desecrating foot and intruding weeds made it A COMPREHENSIVE KKVIEW OF TIlE 4___ -- an-est excep.t ujxjn the! warrant of the civil mag- and Pa"wr.w'n ChurU-rfon;ans an assured Friilay.that'jwime COTnrrtioM. fl

would bo greatly bcncfitted thereby, and woparnosUy I j n the conviction that Mexico was the asylumn r.ocrjwary-fur grateful hands to renovate these SITUATION. THE COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT i' l i&ra&s T n ve the marr'titrates"and people be in.Kle wilh: the rariocrt Until of teum-hipa from 5.,.

hope that the stockholders will take hallowed spots. In obedience therefore to the thfinsf-'vos to TIC p-vnpf t apprehend and pnnIsh vani.ah atwi CLxUton, coy Xew Tork. Bon'on and Eat.
idea into conrfdoration. Patience most j regnant with immediate and prospectivedvant&gos R ISMAUK "BACKING DOWN"-THE KINO OF ntraSI.V CIVIL PURPOSES.Tho all vk)latois.t'the !laws, of whatever pra'Jc. tlin- f. JNO. Si dAMMlS A CO,
par : gentle published request of the )ladies, of tho JI 1--tf
a to his Australia had many IIOI.TM lirs IltlMB MINISTER. IX CHECK- I know that and I feel ij .A gcnfc*at Jact onvi e,Ka,
reader, when the Florida Railrriid is finished countrymen. young men of the city met at each mnotery and, first regular scion! of this Court for tho nr. ;j- i>por are loyal, --

and Femandina opened, wo shall be independent many advantages, but it was too far away and with their own hands wielded the implements AVST1UA FINDS ?O F.vcmVITIt THK MIDDLE adjudication of civil cases took place en Monday under no necessity ticrtfore of Tmprcssingthe ; TO R NTrp70r -:-
5T.lTt5-NO DANCES. 8E AX IMMEDIATE CONFLICT duty of loyalty ufVin thVm. bnt'I w Lsh to warn :
of road. .
that di which
ifficult of access. The Central American. Rcubllcs remoulded those mounds, replaee-l the fallen
In view of this state of affairs how is it possible i., l boards that tlosignated the sleeper beneath OF AICIS. l last, his Honor ARISTIIJES Dcaam, presiding them piul'un'ar'y. aT "'!-* :HIItepn! si'ir of iravatieme fc DOOM'S' coroeTjUain. anj tin.
too unsettled A
for The Florida Union to expect the business I p were too much torn byiction and rcniov<nJnn Times, I j II as Judgawith much f toifuhi Jay inrecu.12-1: Ayplvto C; LAGEIL '

inen and others to look with any confidence to f and revolution, and ho hail had quito ( the fair la-lies of our city wero present many with i What is the most recent aspect of affujrt in j ji I ''aw with prompt division.An be construed into iUftru..ccs! 'i iliiloyalty. Sr.h:

Jacksonville as1 our Atlantic outlet when it treats I e nough of Republics. Brazil, while offering flowers, wreaths and Ixvjucts, which they strew- i j Germany ? I will endeavor in a.few lina to.unravtl .I act i-asscd by tlio lost legislature yiving (.( ni a: r ; t' tite ;.mth and A. A. KIGtZ faa TJ_ r. 2lftOOMPZorr.
this confision of lans and f.bte was i mi"tVlard mi-ia P r!. j partn M Z lie: Cj ft<*.
its business customers in tho manner the Era many advantages, was antipodal, and a hind of ed in profusion over cnx h grave, or hung in | great j> j p'

peaks of, and which wo have every reason to too much insect life and graceful garlands around the emblematic crosscs j resolves, this strifo of-contending forces mutually -! i i juiiadiction to the County Criminal Court i the war ur 'Ti tbTtf Bi.Wf. E\T.V inteajpera'e KXIGIIT I & B ItO OM E

believe U true, from the fact that our merchants: was engaged in a considerable which'a'loiwd tlm burial xpot. l chec-kfng: each other, which has produced so '\ ;for Uuval Comity in civil suits not cxccwling thu f aiaarh in a ntrwg ap.-c i is partit.uiiu-iy ,

and planter in and around this place have been I and problematic war. Mexicothough The graves of the Fe-lerals were not neglecto<1. many stiiring events in the course of a single i ,sinv of thrca hundred dollars. Wo learn that adapteil to this ;'u-nse-an't heic I beg leave _.

pontmually Bubjectod to the samo inconvcnicnpiesin l ast, was not the leas to which ho turned his They, too, received attention and restoration, inrospoet week.. Prnsiia. in her reply to the Austrian in1fjniry :! I to say that I th'nk it is high tisie hat lo custom'wHir CILAXCERYXTSSIOXBRS -

the shipment of goods P eWe ye, and his judgement became convinced that, to the loving ones at distance, who may j'on' whether fahe thought herself comjxjlloil by | 'thi ha*proven to bo a jxjpulau: act with our h has BO long prerailftl amrnc our peoplp f2i1' OF DEKD.T

hope the Era will inform us of the day of he ? day como to reclaim their deal j! the lederal treaty to keep the peace under all j i ii eitizcna, and that numerous cases of claims have STid'nftWKpaticrs. both South and North, and T7OU the JiHcl nt 8 ate*. TYIil dire
the El dorado
t' of the ruined Southerners ( promr artcatba
e&1cf the iron rails belonging to that road, soye was The hand which remouldtdl the graves anil L i j'eireunibtances, did not condescend to allude to I born broughtj tho present ternu The Court with with iIatrou5TCPu'.ts. 9* -iak'ng evilof, JU toa'.t ltui-Jiv. tDirurfie t to .teia. Will praetor
h opes-the i land to which both dignity and interest the existence and nature of the iid e ach .ther, should bo Jesrfc from it i is ui'all the 't&ae iu l F n--rai ia the
can be on hand, M all we want now i is to get L re-ailjuitel the hea-l Itoards of the Coa/bdcratn obligatory sits for civil the first Monday in a tus- < Ooury *.iier
A few more to lay on our Honda Connection, if not honor, called him. Added to thoTolific dead, performed the same office for tlio Federal instrument at all., Disclaiming, however, at: purposes every s' m c"raftly rnueh more Tionore.1 in tho breach k trict eL Iiia-a:4 Our.*idrcs/i in the* Simrmne.;i Lak Cji t the a-.
>or j City FraascLu
month the first or
and then tho Era Can get its pap r to print, and I p resources of the soil and the climate and dead; but above the graves of Uio latter, it is j tlio same time, every attention of attack hr alternate ; consequently Monday th ITI in the >1ervinf9 nrtd is pi* Itetivc ofnothrnir" }Ia.taris iia ofiice a; acb piaeo. -

we can send for a lump of occasionally to but just to say no flowers wero strewn. We ; answer, ai'frr all, was but a thinly-veiled r&- ia i July will be the next term of the Court. but evil cnntimvi'ily. I-amrry to say M.ijr1t-ti: .

pat in our julips, much sooner'by the Savannah: t he abundance of cheap labor, which the coun- were present at tlio ceremonies poi-formcd all]lose(j j J treat. Count Uitniaik, it was apparent at thi* that some of our Southern new.po.e!s sue copyIng -

route than by the way Jacksonville. t ry naturally presented, were those of the most; Hill Cemetery, and were solemnly impressed.. critical juncture, was neitlter allowed l.y hijirfivraign TEGRA.IIIc.VASUINe.rnN: i too closely the bo-l example! set by some 'n Am1ti'aoisLN-otcce.

With the best of intentions wo will take the e lightened and liberal offers of a mild and wisosovereign. The day was most beautiful, ad though nature to rej eat any of the fontcm.ptuoiu utterances the North. The only object of certain journals TIIIIITY hart after Ute I wiMiicll ai public aacrioa

liberty of cautioning the florida Union as to its Five exemption from military herself h.vl agreed to eonsix-ratc; it to Ihe hallowj j retijte* ting the alleged dnTepit de ofth would seem to bo to prf 'udif> one sctou of tie f iio FT.AMI oBIc-"l3 tae, ty of Jack-

association and publication of antagonistic and years e.l puqiosrt ; nti'l soft bree/es figfo-d through it.sgroves hand wliieh he had furmeily indulgwl in I \ May 7. country aga
re-percussive articles in the Kimo issue, lat in d luty, admissson of effects duty free ; free passage- a requiem to th lamented dca-L with fo much zest imr JiM ho obtain permission I TliaP;Ti
future, as in this inblanre, its own plumage may through the ll-gates ; one year's exemption At 1 1-o'1 1ok the following order of exercises t to t.iil Aastiia oiu- more that "ho would- not: |! of rpcon-si.lcrin the vote \ y which the amendl I !" ) '.::r> wl a> tAlLiT,

furnish the feather to wing the fchnrp shaft of re f rom taxation; religious toleration; free FettlE were entered upon, beneath the trees \vliL-h over l lnnit 1' her" to favor the Augustonburg agitation ment to the jK>st nffi.:(' appropr.oiion -|[ ecn'nc.s ol th" I'l'rv. Th- -.r'h-rfn i p-f'-r-1 __May 1 -it : I'
Keen be but keener far in llost-in! OH in the height of his hehod of this eliivs f 1'n aHif> f
ply. must its pangs, tofeol : ment in portion of the Empire and tho bhadownd the Confederate graves-a numerous pride the President from m i'.cng rrmov.tls I ; ---i i ; : tpr-- ; i TO LST
any ;
it nursod the pinion which implied t he assembly of ladies and gontleinrai being present: done a frw wctks ago. Tho Kaiser, not a.littlo L from oDice was paL A numb"r of ppnecfccs u j thing good tjiit ,-< sint- i-j t'j: -j-uih tkE-i vc j.t ,

& <*( .) b wet of lands at mere nominal prices; presenting | 1. Utmn.u There in ii'St t for the weary.g. ." l gratiMeil: by these iire>t-friiits 'of hs morn I wcremruln on both sides, when the vote was takj j with care evev irtrtcis-'e ot ia.. !-r.-s ;--i r 11.A XE-r. ilptSE; ray. .. ', ,n :

fin assemblage of advantages and inducement \ Rev. F. R. Goulilin | dcteimined attitude, metlitiiti-Lpitihiug his nil j j 'small, real or Tra-iTlrt.'irr. aTirl'j/aia'if ft in th"- nc .ib.riU Ltl t )- tf- .i -v: h o: x.ort4
and the amendment reconsidered which "
alter k.t.n
fSn the struck eagle, nretcB'v! wpon the plain, ; en I 'j' or a pir. i4ier ni': -t E i-'T oiI
Ko more through rolling cloud to war Bgnln. o f a rare character. 3. Fttntral Ifyi>i .-Peaceful bo thy slum j vantage: aud fmhig his i'ruj-fian quaro I to j jj I j the Svnatc adjoin ne>L i'Ths 'columns until the minds' of H.-r rwx-Iers! are *. FR1DEXBERO,
View*hi*o n fcndicr on the fatal<1art, The bers." j t the di 5iiosi of the und. In onliT fc) crwile a j House considoi-el the Lax bill ) poisoned a-ainst us and titsv iui-jtaic; the a'-t i f Dr?O.v- : ->. i1hysrre.
apprehension which exist to tho new '
And ving'd the ibuft tlmt quirrr'd In.Ms heart r may as 4. I'ldrcst-13v Rev. I). I formal and well-de !ined canst- of complaint, asulj :I and also rw-olvod to hold rcsslon-j in thc; t 'one lawless indivuHal f-r : .ji Mar -- :: '

Keen nnrrcd were the hb pinion j nts but whim keener Impelled for to the fet1tt Strrl('. stability of the Empire, and which,doubtless, doers I- j lknr'Thion.--Bv ) ev. F. R. Goulding. j j'also with a view to convince the minor govcmmcnts I |I Ifutmmn' l.f--- \\ttttIlrt It ..TT.l ,*1, ,* - -

While UM nun pliuna c diM had vanuM tiin nest t many from going into that country, thoommodoro Tho singing was by the l.vlic, and was exceedingly | (who, being the majority, w al -'rr. j-u-

Drank>he last Ufe>p of lit 14i TALLtltAS.SEA.dinK t.reiv't." C thinks is futile; and he reviews Uie polemn and tonrhing, anti drew tears I 'tlwi.sion in their hands) that he v.-a-s at length i inj up to-morrow. pertcnntica nothing graI in 1h .J jr l but -ui JiSlU

sources of ttrenglh of the Empire; found!, as from many eyes. If angels ever do regard and'j j'{ 'eiimefct in his opj>fiston to 1'rucsia, he directed WASHINGTON 7. with equal care every ii'-sttru-er oi"ti r pnient, i imunler ARRIVAL

We fO not surprised that cur cotcmporaryn approve the acts of mortals, surely they hovered his' jMinisterH tf dispatch a new and rather Kiious May tivft rol.liery, ars>*ra, Lnr Iarv, starvation -\

d:to scratch his head a little whilo for a "pro 10 declares it to bo, upon the will of the people over that trance, and gave to it the cal
per answer** to our brief comment, of last week o f Mexico, and not upon the force or presence approbation! For there, in the bright sunshine, l here on the 9lh intt., Austria eigniliol I of a steamer with the paswcrgwrs of Uio City of until tlu-ir ial.'xs aio'tarujlifc to teik-vf that the :
4. Lm tm..r.r rt-l--. fhii flnr : of French bayonets, and declares it to be fixwl and amid the buds and blooms of spring, with] t to, thw'gtfverncic'nt that-having,.. for her. part. I II Washington, whii-h was overtaken at sea in North utterly c'crpjit. Not thns ait wromr.I .
wfg.nil lv --.' .' 1_.. t oidt io f w4r 1 { aljti n ; 'i ,I,1 -
and if nothing moro weighty; nothing loftier, i n the affections and confidence ot the enlightened the impressive solemnity of the occasion, those 1'rnEsia to hiiEjK'nd the cstroonlinary mrasuics Tne .ngii3a lleform bill has passed the Iloureti been mu'h at tire Xotb.a'-iT the leMi't' ofiay"i : .. clr.! :IN 1 \V.IIPC- -

and infused with a ppirit of devotion to State, ruling masses of the people of Mexico. warm hearts sent forth from tuneful lips, sacrc-l I recentismcItiiIl (not officially pioclaimed) in i Commons by a majority of five. e1"rationS is, while t.)') ma. .!. v:>*> exists ia -

rather than incidence ot In relation to this he says: melody, expressive of love, religion uni patriot the J.tul'n (jazitlr. Simultaneously with the j It; is assorted that all (lanis of a German either section, yrt th? -vyl in Loth vastly pi'oponieratos. ;
a personal disappointment
di. '.itch of tills note the middle and minor war have been lemovcd.r .
im. j And emidet th
Many Southerns themselves to bo deterred *, wo aro brethren, ,
to the yew Era, can be adduced as reason, permit States were confidentially sounded as to The jiolitical interest in England centres ont and why should brediien jrtri\- to b'aikcntl.c
from coming to Mexico the THE LOWr.a CEJIETI
by unfriendy lY.
constrained that the Sentinel readiness to (claiinf..l a vote of the Fc.4ral Diot \ the fate of the Uefonn bill.
we are to perceive agitation which is" the North and i i charart/TF each other 'i The Go! uf battles
kept up'in by A friend has furnished us with the following the ht-coiiotitutuinally belonging to them to j I The United States sttaaer KcarsarTO is at has irreViH'ibly! decreed that .
IB reduced to the argitmrnttun nlwrdum, and consequently (ho misrepresentations which there alwur.d a1x>uthe we arc ono ptplo. Spring and Summer G.
account of the proceedings at th? lower cemetery t iceid tho pending quarrel It-twccn the two j quarantine in the harbor wf Ij-Inlion, with the 1 Womnst learn tolive trigr-thor T-jethn-n *
that his logic is defective and impotent and According other tho Northern,the prrfs, I including Rev. Mr. Warren's beautifulsptxifh leading members of tho Bund. Supixwhtg tho yellow, fv-ver on board. Fourteen of her crew | "Echoll how gf>fd and iift-.r ']Jctksu: it is.r

and his case ontcaablo.If Maximilian,is sitting politicians French ,bayonets Emperor and I which wo print with pleoj-urc: minor States had answered these inquiries in have died. i brethren fro dwell to-ether, la cr.ity. it is kt-

on The day passed pleasantly, yet solemnly, s t j the affirmative, the cage, in the event of Prussia'refusing Tho local authorities at the various English the precious ointment tlu hen 1 than
our esteemed cotcmporary had boon con and has no place in the hearts of his subjects uj; ran
; the old cemetery. According to Appointmenttho to t fulfill the Austrian expectations ports have received instructions to take all
I, pre- down the hoard Aaron's
when the truth is that both ho and his upon even beard, that
forsant with the courm and policy of the l'no I, have made their, Empress ladies, bocring with them flowers aud tokens would Lave lien brought before the FederalDiet cautionary measures against the cholera. ran down ti the skirts of his garments." S. L NIELACK 5 CO.

with regard to the Florida Railroad system,and t here that, by they both gentleness about, such a lodgment their of remembrance, and the gentlemen with their and judgment, as u matter of courso, given Prussia objects to disarming her forceswhi' Thp, great anr -of every gee.l citizen now ,

ita animadversion of that which connects Middle move among epadns, hoes and rakes repaired to the 'hallowedspot by tlio latter against this government. Fortu Austria continues to maintain armaments on should bo,to ''kt by-gones be ty-gones." Our .
with fewer -
and far : -.Lt.
subjects surroundings
Florida with the East, and its frequent exposure f roely than the last two Presidents of the United more and ware goon deeply and earnestly engaged nately for the interests of i>eaco Austrian ini the Italian border. jw'oplb I trust will, with one accord, ignore all i -- --
-tho ladies in J-g.bQqu.ts and wreaths i, quiies were attended with no favorable result. :
States have deemed it advisable do in.Thai NEW YORK; Tav7. iliseensirniffoiiarcoant of- past political drifer1encea.
of O.C. to
the bad management of tho F. A. & it the After few
in the-
of Uiednsxd.
genUomen re-forming a days' canvassing Munich Han
graven Ptaco
Liverpool dates of the 29th the sales of quiet, repose 'and rest are what
R. R., it would have discovered no inconsistency llepublic. AJ1 scorned earnest in the work. over Cosnel, Carlsrnbe, &c., the Austrian report the
Now I would fair minded who SonS government cotton on at bales country now requires. Let us not rake over
ask man, Saturday 5,000 ; middling
on the part of the Lr wn in publishing the ias given into this idea any of French bayonets, if this almost dosolate plare was converted asceitainod tha disagreeable, and, i itj quoted l43.
article from the Era in the same number with ha has not done so without thinking about itt neat little graveyard ; the rows of gravi nicely wems, nnexjiccted fat*, that in a l'ru.csian war United States Five Twenties 69J870J Con- expiring emTrs of discord. Many crinles committal M-I.. :". c-., -Ts-7-_ .
and it eoiild
formed not count with -
of the head lx
most ordti reset. After :i any certainty upon the during the doubtless deserve .
Ita comment on that of the SrntiiuLWe There are not more than 25,000 French,soldiers 80186 586 war punishjrumt -.p-.
some two hours spout in this labor of love, assistance of tho Bund ai whole.. It thereforefletei \ but inasmuch i- : :

have not kept from our people a knowledge i n Mexico, and does any sane mind believe it Rev. Sir. Warren, ol the Baptist Church, preceded )- mined to postpone to a moro favorable! pot S WASHINGTON, May 7. at the time, and meet as of they them were had a not political pimibhcil origin
for force -
of possible 25,000 foreigners to an unacieptable to address the assemblage in a few short t, I rirxl the contemplated motion in the Federal Wm. 3!. I'
the destruction to the best interests of form of government a people eight) Gwyan has been released on parole think it would be beet now, as) a matter ;

the Atlantic ports of the State, because of the millions strong, and that too upon upon a. people as but vury appropriate remaiks.LS lict.Viil? As nothing this favorable is impossible opportunity in the njietvlilyarise i I! leans.from his confinement in the fort below New Or- of policy, to permit most if not all of them tosleep FLA.
prc&cntchaotic in'oblivion.
spirit of alienation and opposition shown to the accustomed to war. and as ready for j'vciutieli -. w.URE.5 A1'LIItSS. condition of Oeiinany, who knows 'In the : ,: 1i4 iWL& : .

management of our immediate road, and while as the Mexicans are? Morcbvjsr, Ho said in subt-tanco: It is mer-t for for us I tn Still, taking all things into consideration, it i is NEwYonK,3rty 7. -cnmmittftl punishment since the of all crimes that have I.eemt -5. t 1'I L i' :. -

army is not hi the capital where his Majesty i.q. assemble at the of the unknown dead of I surrender, not already passed .- : ,_-.
graves unlikely. Indmd much has the The Cotton ,
so litif 3Iarket
the article from the Era was intended to add wi L- very ]M> I- was dull to-ilay,> with -ui! m by the militarj- that hereafter
detachments ,
It is scattered the in email may
all over empire the Confederate army, to jay a just tribute i))t j cal horizon cleared up, that the Kaiser, itia saM I, sales of 12.000 bales (f) at 34t 3o cents f.imiJ- bo cflrmmitted I t. .4
minition to admonition, and warning to warning 1- assisting to down the guerillas honor to their These, mothcas and > recommended, as- before Etaed! .
put memory. ho arldie>*ed an aulogiajih letter to the King dling. GoldJurisdictTbn 2S. the utmost -* ,?
to the Directors of our Road, and to tho that have been engendered, not under the empire sitters have not been unmindful to of IViif-sia, asking him to settle disjiutal matters and vigilance. Aside from the right, -
justice of tho
merchants, business men and citizens generally, ,but by previous anarchy, misrule and reolon. r- "Bin; flowors, p/ile flowers oYr the l-irr to th'.d in a friwtflly way, and offering his willing civil authority propriety ilej>enis thing it for, tho c.xcrcito will of L) -.

A crown fur the Lio.v of the uu dead." co-operation for thin 1)iU1)OtC. In Berlin, too: of the Courts in all from General upon you see -'. --:--- -. -- ... .
of East Florida and her sea ports, our comment In case of ementt the in Orders No. 28, that the military- E8PECTFtfLtT
an against Emperor the authority of Ito king and tho conciliator "O nnoance to tfce ettfanwxif JxAXV -
was intended to awaken a patriotic sentiment the city of Mexico, or in any of the moro populous Here lie theme who were once tho chivalrous[ I in"uf-nee of members of the } Cases KestorecL tribunals may still 1 e resorted to in any case BonTiCe, and East and MkiDe KoriOi, that they
sons of Texas, Louisiana, MiWssippi, Alabama:, many royal f.nnilv, when it 5lffil: be ramle-to- by affidavits ba\e ju,t teceivoU a Iarg itoct at
in the breasts of the good peaple of Middle Florida parts of the empire whore such things have so far prevailed of late as to Uio appear ,
Florida South Carolina
North the
ait Carolina to satisfaction
io take it would be wtks Georgia, PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR. of the ifajor General Commaiulbig. -
moro likely place
and of tho Sn.ind and "Tallahasscaas" Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, luaituebj: entire foreign jxjlioy of the CVbinet. Tho lost .that justice will riot be doije before
there is there &r the a
not months for steam
no j received Austrian note, will, in all likelihood be FELLOW CITIZENS :
and.Arkansas all sleo ombrof-od i : civil tribunaL
particularly.VThat : ]> together, as a I sincerely' trust that no'such
of armies alx Iwforo the (
whisking >ut- 25,000 answered the
: by that if
common brotherhood in the arms of death.- assurance, Austria will The President has proclaimed that the insurrection case OPCUT. If thowj with
may charged the
have been for for whal contiderable them en-
we toiKnj foreigners, or any portion oj withdraw Tart of the she
They oflerod themselves each, sacrifice troops recently sent to I which has heretofore existed Ibi-cement of the
as a onfreedom's in Florida laws will do their duty such .
.we still appeal to Middle Florida, is to change could bo got together. The truth is' the principal altar, in a cause which we all thought Bohemia, Silesia, and all that neighborhood I, "is el an out end httteefa-th, be -to rtyfh- case can occur. no 4. ;
of this is Rio Grande and
her policy towards the East, and her Atlantic part force now at then to be just, and the error of which ha not J'russia will be happy to disband the called-aut The Secretary of War has ordorod that thoudi YOU will remark that General Orders No. 28 i--
the real object and f the this 1: 1 orUiSi adapted to the ant SuMmer Trade UKTorRo&rin
jnirposft presence rawvci, w the chief diflerctico in lio this Spring which
s ea ports, and co-operate with us in forcing, (lay of the French in Mexico are proclaimed yet been demonstrated. Thesa) are gitvts of as of proclamation doeanotremorujmattjj law, revoke General Orders Xu. h You will remem ;atlov pncc*.forcaab. _
army the
military IrcI-v.rations two Powers
noble patriots as ever sunk beneath the red tide ; Aw t- yet martial law shall beresorted to lIt her that it Gr neral Their Btocb choice
was Orders sotqctioa
: only Noi 4 that cornprtow a of.-
the medium of base(1 It is
through public opinion, by that fact not to impose any particular tria has concentrated a number of pro -i-. _
of battlo. Their deeds and names are impressed regiments on j i where jaetice cannot bo had before thecivil tii- hibit*,' imui-hinvTit stii nuLl i. i
: by i14. the .
of the Mexican iory.Thns..vou -
Tjpon the claims of the State, the 'consolidation form government upon people as the unwritten history of a mighty struggle peace-footing in provinces contiguous to tim o j bunals. And Major General 1'ostec, in General will >rciiveourci l i r. v -.
court left
but to defend thorn in the choice of one, and 1 jK are
gf theP. t G. R. R. and the F. A. if 6. C. R., the its indelibly upon our hearts. We will not forget 1'iiissian Territory. Prussia, on the other hand I, | Oiders No. 28, with words of compb'ment to the untrammelled in the .a'lmjni&tration of all our DRY GOODS; .. .. >
to unfriendly .
and thus by a unit of interest make Middle Florida neighbor.protect There empire it is, that against armed force in red them; they will still be chwiihed, not only" 1 by while having every company in its gaixison, hi L5ce.lIo'I !I good Uihaviour. and loyalty of our'ibpte, has laws. .. : : -, !
Southerners but wherever true of.character out the reserves of the coi-ps iTarvue tx,-1 I restored to thfrcivil5courts .- ; ,
Under -
nobility full -

Wott Florida, and East, Florida one-one breeches, in the xaajcsty of repose and with its tioned in the bunler distiicts. jurisdiction over ; circumstances, without a penitentiary -
patriotic,fervor, sulf-focriiico and thivalry! j all cases whatsoever, and withdrawn ail! military houso of : -
eloquence ofsilencey saying to all whom it concerns But there is cc.rretwnr or suitabojais,
in sentiment, one in State pride and one in a appreciated. Both North and South will another incident in this ciciting control in few OROCEItIES.7f
except a specified those puaislmieats be
-touch Mexico, and'you touch France.- bloodless drama new absolutely mccssary : : :
common prosperity and noble Wwi those honored dead bo loved and admiml their yet that claims immediate at LtenUen. L- Let
a destiny. e And the force maintained by Napoleon in Mexico ; us pause and reflect how much better our in some casts; bit under Mho cirVunistanc es of -
h to Florida famq is national; they have added new lustre to runiy'with a view to conceal from condition is at than it our cbndition .. .. ( --. Ii'
see a self-eustaining and independent is just enough to mako that touch pajpablo the generality of the world and present was this day present 'I'Heeomnirnd that a verj-

Btato, by bonding up her own sea ports,, in case i it should be tried. the American name. %. from his conservative friends, and moro especially his twolvo the months ago. About Ibis"1 time last year, sparing lisp be maJft tlicmf and-hat ..thrv le t6LOTII- :
supporters, : military entered
our capital and took resorted to only.jri case? fhtrs no Othr puiiLsh
ciaLl u rn1 The Commpdoredoclares the natural resources Each littlu rill, rtv :r ascendancy won of the whth l nf mir Sfale. iiro'vost ments will A1DCLOTHflG
A answer 'il2! Tain ,
to uwuarypn1tJonofameretrib : Ib of ft UoUl OTriUU4st u> .pniy, tuou, M, nviv i.uaI'oeMi ant, null a of mar- .. __ as making'ap.S -
those the United States'and eays that withtho Th4tflt"T of't he b ingenue the Duchies affair is referred company s-ailiei-s' was Kiauuuuu ,.L: : I--2 _. -'iO JJ

Ury to another State, and her sea ports. W introduction of the drill cultivate the soil martyrs is the seed of the church." *IThat which the Bund, niter all, or, wliich i is moro likely her to. m every the town and neighborhaotl their will -.Arsenal at CJiattahcoc'iee. ta Jbe used as a ; ,--: "'- .
fcmre that is was only law we. kuew.i The functions of penitentiary, and liaiis BOOTS .ND$110E3; ,
all of true in oCcorreciicin!
the influences of the various and the enterprise to develope the of religion and morals, may alse bo.true present triumph employed by Austria for aii)- our magirfrates ; ant if icy .
resources ciyjl were application shall Tw
in this graet Btruggle. As rival of her entirely suspended. sues&Tiil I shall
>f tho result, of this owitplans of federal reform J-WMII-
.. M Q.State should tmite, aa one, in iu..0ttfu1 that country, she!Is epcodily destined to rival and conflict, great and beneficial principles will yet Bismatk! has mwod in the Diet far Count Our Executive and several oUter of'9ur most mend to the Legislature to'dispciis6E with stripes r. i.c--'s.r 'I JL1 P frrYf

e tjir tl. reuMvjlof anoet i., .. the Southern State be evolved which a. common: eminent citizens were in 'prison.: 'Our laborers and the aItn'rnthpr : -
sow s surpass in the production of may bless our race. As to ucrmauie 1'arLament Tim ia but 4. :
f s proposal of
rdo*,thtt were not m our fields. There'was' but J1 little ,As Major General Foster
; ro fraught with naught cotton cereals Southern Nationality, the All WiSO Ruler a indefiite ture practically
present and orchards and indigo, hesides the has very n binding its originator to food and no in tho-
b.ot prospective decided againsjt it, >Ve. acquieso and nothing, and leaving it money bnntry.xvWe had relinquished all control over the civil aflkirs of
injury to-the best accept open to him to annul lost
interests. of production of'coffee all the
] our ajutthoU. State.T deem"
spices personal it
gums, drugs root
with the property, fitting occasion
te State resignation the decree of Heaven it to express,"
by trusting any moment, should the 8. Marshal "
means of the depredion of her crops, medicinal plants in his pacific was threatening confiscate spize iri behalf of the State, high
r.Urosd ornamental woods, &c.; overruling goodness to free us from our attitude of his foreign adversaries render it and take from my appreciation of 5Ltr.b
syat as it now stands, growing o ut to which?ad vantages the field for'manufacturesis present embarrassment by giving success to our unnecessary for lijm to indulge in such hazard the us what wealth'wo'' still possessed the -wisdom, justicey: moderation and kindness .i' Luna:
in of
(thf O1)a ia noble President.A shape real estate. Ati heroic- resolve withwhk-hhe has exorcitt. tho functions CROCny
Connection of his -WOOD WAl
r'c experiments should the
inviting to the skill of the artizanl After setting or King relieve him to suffer without _
raurmur' high command.
TV-fll the ri we look at these from tho whatoveriihe con Ilad-habceritho chosen Executive .i
; &st grave the El conscious. duty ot trying to establish his %
-pe3plm TilJT&l1ahassoans, will the forth the,grinding system of taxation, un it- ness comes over us that here lie the husbands of and diplomatic in the -duehie&-military queror might choose.tajnllict, wo*visible on the of.tho 'instead- the."Commandaig J :t.-- ,: .an
o31l&lI.; supremacy -
fla pause to reflcctt upon ed with the necessarily uncertainty labor in broken hearted widows, and fathers of poor orphan Count Bismark only announces that ho would session countenances of the souls of some and, whiladespaii .took po General fa'co4nczing po'wpr, Ke' could not TINWARE,; GLASS WARUr ,

the1bgh' pros r ut store for their State, am the States of the South, the Commodore *.. The disconsolate widow gather*, her like to cull ajcommon Germanic parliament on faces of others of pointed itself upon the have manifested more solicitude our -welfare. --- C3.-\ d1

tteu-ownintcrtrt., if "the discord. says,: fatherless children around the frugal board and tho basis of universal suffrage.Hedoes not our peoplef 4I& n&-turn fronx In concluapn,fellow-citizens;, In will borrow e. "- .. iH .%;. .
elcnic The the
be remvelgrowin0g is have planter who remaras in the Soqfli will with.a.sorrowful heart j/speaks/ to thcin jof their what rights are to bo vested in that parliament say Bider.contemplation of so ainfal a ecnc.and con the language of the Governor, of Georgia aud FURNITORE; ;s> ? SADDLES,.
of 1 to compete with practical skill our present condition., .. 4'1 congratulate '- 'i; .- .. "
knowledge, honored what -
this 4-
father bills yon tupbn
his tobo
red and jwhp gaya lifo for iii'countryi are laid before it-and how the Our earnest bl l ,
; where t experience aa keen Capitol I- i. d jS "U. i _
houlbe as ripe and i8.again.ocupied Exocu'Uve MV-
effective by commg'Testoration
bMG.V as t an tointerior-
; and con- Her texa flow dot hi-r,cheeks as/she remem executive ia-to ho organized. lie leaves all .to self'government
his and
'Lfaioi of tl ktta were plaei under th as awn; and labor there"will, for eomeyeafsat hers his last offwtionaie words-his last fjirowcll be settled by the various 'governments" which other officers 'chosen' by the people-the In our condition, neither conscious rectitude of 1
least be laws
a ug ,mt of scarce, wayward- and:hard to man.age. look That widow-needs he is'well aware will never are administered by judicial ''officers reguJ intentiop.nor rm y. unbecoming professions of -' -4 :- .- :c -
one the
competent head, guld* and In Mexico he will, on the other.hand be youjr.sympathy agree, smallest larly appointed under the constitution The it; '
Wheorau invoke Heaven's blessings remember among them being desirous to" iug $- Lmrtetcat. demor.stnitlors
the maintain ,
.s with his their
great intefi t. of unitedaecBocaaa.theyw knowledge and experience: in the cultivation bc:. That orphan.too, where whajt.;is.ho f independence, the "middl ones to. provost marshals and tha troops are gone.. The incredulityitself.; cannot 41i1ft14i3and; .WINES, iv, -.
of Southern going strengthen doors have ,
staples, almost without rival. prison been unbori dour."citizeni nothing Iesa -witf -
a it thcmsolvcis > work but but
: maybe, a poor raggod.lieggar fcbnf door &ttheexpensof their weaker redemption. T
Out of neigh .
f are again at
a population liberty Our laborers
of/eight' millions of ani'again -
to in
door hors
&itadworA food the
Mi t. asking ajnd raiment Chivalrous and two larger to.establiahv their 4
$ Nii I1,7 Mexicans more than i seven millions are said to father shall jf ''' oar nelaa which' promise an abundant' harvest : b4t:4.
s&,r fcrget.your,:child I .IJejyren for prcmacy over the whole Oar ; ;:
Ara has leenLalf belong to the laboring classes. And ? people havo enough of t ii .
most of bid I .tavcr Still money to supply] the ; .d-) a-
so long as one emotion though the idea of Count
{ gratitude Bisieark
; 'CQ lb. fiue*i.eLits- iheej', on account of !is hi Btandidle'all to hire them the; day Now long: bocaase-; there remains in our bosoms will we foilto, q respond, to tltuting himself promoter of German rnion con-and necessary and we feel and easy aver in the Mm possession*of the luxuriof of"our of life'; FOR CHARLESTON: )'-t ;.e j -. -- r.-. p
yoqf pUater or th lands.
p througheami lea farmer ho orphans our country Here lie the heart hberty.hM boau censurod and ridiculetl in nunWeront The'TOnflscaf VIA ofit1eP A Little can bring with him into Mexico, a stilled by the icy hand of;daalh that oncei'jcheruhed roeetings assembled, ih'eveiy part cf.'Ger noted and propetfy the hasiearlj- been r*. SAVAN.NA1IDJOO ,EEL'AINA, : ;. t.
ready inpnWj even though it bo not nwrt them idolo. iLW the even tax ialea are l>eing%declared .. *R :
than ai Here : the noble iucxwhose many, loader of the Libel-al Wriy and null iiIarR1 4 i :it '' d. : .t_
reaaon I a thounand oollan pi two, can cfllt those vid. The sullen resolve,.of .. .
hours wtre once beguJeJ. these more especially thos of t our peo- --
by deso. advanced ? T"SItL.
r41& principles -
& laboreri to suffer ,
pie in ,
th about him lcrice
bra iacutin som"* prosper u bmxe'rer di L late and poor one.-.whose charm were flj a thou- seem to incline,to theopinion 'that tUnCuunt hare and the.' utterances of despair -. :

They area-gentle and %3ocile race, and instead sand fold cord around the father's eouL should ho encouraged tprocoai1withthematte. been converted tnt4 expressions of ixn. :,- -,
,t. "of one be"xy raja* threft annuajlrajad ; fidence in; and loyalty to the''generalgovern -' I '-liM --- .A..A.I
crops ,, The motheri and yore itonly for tho of aortment 01 --
ie every jrear; cut aad. grind hi* cane, and boil Jurt of the South cherished .purpose kijepinm, the ment Leo and energy axil induatr "
meet sro 't'1
4dflx dtzt* Ploile. ingMtcom to-day!from ,Teza to Tirginia subject before the'eyes of'tIes nation hero iaibJ. /- > 17d v: i.
Jipw' Jthbftt -
th from the coast jiliaapuri It however; well understood ? .
r S l r to.honoit the that, were1 he The ,
noble dad The ittvivinfccomiadoihave succeed in *lling'a, Gennanio .question naturilny ..presenta Itsclt ,to 4 CAPTAIN *LJ 'COXETTEK. F MJLTAs j!PtATATIo; bL1S
ga : parlU- wbemsr.we
I &!t 1'r forwarf'to lis.poamlttlity of tha continuation thered,too wthfr&tIJe1.Zf4vItAnd1 mont; thasamechieftof. tim ; indebted far this'great change P WO Lvz.4I1ARLthc i ii __..c.- .--
J- .aIIwi. &ntT extreme, Liberal
ABd- ,
the At .
answer! r'i 't. .
of CSiTa BighJiBa. t' ofevertoken Of5 ia1t ,TeIflCUibrafleq partjr.that: now him ,Uiat; Hrtto GoL'( think V.; Whscceyry Tuesdsy l. .: t. -t
J hJ4 CoTo M&nax of by.:. p> urge on would 1o the first are due to thu'Pnaident A.lan4rSaThmiab mcrnug, $ o'clock,
faction Tiutday WiP&4eWMway.IUst.ory; to raise radical demands and to el UflitLt trery at 4 o'clock 1'; oor-'rtock ro-porchawd 12tSpeIt4si4kths4:4isiweu
$ *U to nskj crerriding all! coiutitotionU wl- pull'down the Jlhiawue.: reconstruction L4:UtUrui5Wlfl,
mayjieverdo jfi6tictobuchraje8: jbatid I j pciUcyk ii. malsdt"Slough'of
fu morning,s.t;
.% ts .
protection to the rights of arnss1eyuy &
2 emmj ud most day
MTheItheaorbiniapflgrtmfM.i.c dettflTflifledly sranleg ,Mi 9A ..
wn oppcueertd thochzn .eing' at
4 ,
that time are
may corae'aad ncarer ii jia, Te the tad that wmps thz ca ; theount'a. p'n ,onsoryaty frinda ? tkles

thnnanrdtos1: whea noughIt for .As4frea4oaiebaUshU.rmss1r- ;. thi1latmoe h XsOnd'tirietim144 .. .a be adU anypa th
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$tIPTTOX. E.iitwiNe& I ask ? WIll yon One of the most dreadful riots that ;ever occurred ter of civil PRES

.iz cth*.... .. .V$3a 2 00a hear and ptbli&h an article from workmgman.. in Itbe city of Mwttjthis took place yester- IWo and fbnrtrd fat eanBoctionftS iesp n li* *-. M tt -% | .y -: -

a _rDutI4r..r.. .... 1 00CO,3 inowiedg of 'your editorial inde- day afrethoUjietweczuulvoand six o'cfcck, on litics. >Ie EtprcM Co&ipask,,, : .. ) ., ( f
f l.d../IV Cenu.oBpariel My personal South gtreet intersection
1. > near theji -jEansey SILT E BCLUOSrTCUBJURJMrt VAlUABLE.PAGKAOE8 ; -
? *1.iipUo taken for less tbaii thiec months.Abb. pendenie1, and my firm belief of your desire tot street, ut which Henry Dunn, engineer1 of No. and vre do 12 ivc
t g ps 1 MTI.tuz f-: lVAfl.
that there .
tho interests of the classes md professions 2 fire engine, was killed; two policemen were 'o

*., of the community already answers the mortally wounded, and seven negroes killed should be FR-EIGHT L : !

DYtkt11&p 00a outright The frightful aflrayi in '"inch" .Tf tepersons so painful dcwrfption in cham of competen, SpOCiiaI ,.. a :t bi.ti
S a __ S.*S Se I 00 query. Therefore I venture to ask a place Cor and 11631x108 wcrt engaged. indiscriminately could *fot iU Mit of the United Scat**. Thzuug
it sad u*araco c6e tei when COMMI8SI
100T )given drnml.A $
my view as regards my own class, the working created the gn'atestox.citencstt in the vicinhy .\. KICK lMt4,
bfl t n>*or s r oe occupying tie wane the SuaImdeat. :,
fli.ei tikA men. The late ordinance fcf our City .Council of the place where it occurred, and the way R. 7T,HARRIS, ,.
tibeT$1 d35W* psrtidverWements. All news spread like wild-Sre through every part of way to. A4cnl at J4ksolvlfl& a.iiiiiitwii4
for the most of whom I have
yz)7) 54,51g.raIbiJwtiy4n sdysn. ( a most profound the city. People left their stores and their
JOB PP.TIG, repinl) levying a system of"taxation upon the houses and rushed in ft most excited manner into time the : ;,

lx vERY STYLE ieatty mad pran*tly execat d.JUEMOVAL citizens for.the purpose of maintaining the affairs the streets. SqUads were formed and went intelligent CITATION.. '

off in great numbers to the scene of the rk<.- : the mutter of the petition of C.&thii X TVmp- I AT1i- : -
OF JIEAD OUATITERS BISJRIOTJEAST of the corporation, liquidation of its debts, fee., Rumors of the most exciting cliaraiter flow from otic: men Ute wvlow of George KaiRr. deooMed, ft.f
FLORIDA. is to us, as wo can only"understand it, the most mouth and the'wildest moving I This u to cite and adxaoiiuib aD peinon luU-r- ELLIr1IC. : '- .
mouth to reports were j to bp aiM ppr at the lYohntn offioo, itt the city
CoL Spragne, the commander of this district inconsistent and unjust that has ever come to abroad regarding the number who had been I! kttQTUlc,oa&U ntor. the 6th Uy of ltd?next. i5:1: Jacksonville, :'P rid
Khov CHUM (it any they Save) *hy the of HOOP t lng compo d of
removed his head to St Augustine.He our knowledge cither observation killed and wounded. pnjer 'q- j
bas quarters by or reading, precipice petition ahouU but be TWO PEftTECTLT TESHTkREl IoLE8PV.IGS '
There 'were at least half a 3ozrii rumors relative granted.JL i -
left here with his family Thursday morning to wit : the .- -. _, -,.
to the origin of the riot, but tho real origin 23 It Jo-tge cf Prolate Uuval O ouniy. ,- C '
ontheSt1srys. We find certain professions whose income is appears to hftvebeen_ as follows:: A'cegro was must braided tightly and firmly together,edge to edge,form- ---F

in all the of all callings and are NOTICE. lime one hoop and making ta respects largest South street about the I
along we
driving a ua or iEo'wci.rtc
*O. Wuircws."-We had lost all trace of perhaps the first class merchant on an extensive wagon weeks aSer daze I will apply to the-JnJ of Pro- the lighte and mod durable spring made..They i A ,,aii31
time referred to above, which came into collision the of Ihival county for Letreis of Atlniuuntisvtkni JTX -QDOcte er r gOe d*xis
this distinguished personage ; and had got to scale, or the heartless speculator who 'regulates tvith another vehicles, of which* a young t*{*'e of John L.M Templeton, late of aid ,. will not bend or break like the tng ls prtnj IcrcM M ftoald tndm ConatrT eat

:thinking. of late, that he had fallen, in BOEIO Lis prices by the peoples wants and not by any man (white) was in iHnige. Words passed between decM. bat viQ always preserve their tMMrkM*. taaket bdst l.
legitimate rise and fall in price caused by the form, and 5,1S.X-4 p JOIHVNOTICE. S. SAI5. PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE
palms to who was to blame for the
tbe forttme of and that JU had :
war .
,ly ;
'way abundance of the commodity in the nsr AM,
scarcity or collision ; and finding that they were unable to a man .
-goa "to that what-hii-nmo from which no for instance we find the Physician, who CROWDED ASSEMBLAGES
country; settle the matter words made civil
by an appeal was a monthg tram date I will apply to the Jndg of DRY-GOOD-
thiognm bob comet "back ;** but not a bit of it by an"association,agreeing upon certain stipends to their whips, which they used freely over each has said Prouuta of I)uTui County,lor tetter dumiMory CHURCHES,
for his services either as a visit er for prescription the adnunUtration of the Estate of Francis A.
other's shoulders. .No to be able to
from dubious full one
lie regions; a fiedgodjKjot appears PIECES SP2AOUEr
einqrgeg tics in THEATRES 000 uSTERniHACK
obtaining such a remuneration as even affords a dacuoaod. LOU8IA: R. JOlDf SOX, ,
tell who struck blow forgotten
the Crbt but this
and add another flower to his wreath of i was 2$, AdnunuUalnx.SHERIFF'S *
him the portunity! of booking from fifty in the fearful consequences hkh ensued. compared I RAILROAD CARS, : '

immortal renown. We congratulate O. WILj j dollars to seventy a day, is taxed only 810, While the altercation was i olr j on, several negroes tolerable SALE FOR PROMEXADS A3LEUICAN -

UKI5I on :being on the safe tide of Jordan, and |1 while I am taxed as a master carpenter $15, or interfered, and the young manias in serious so vast as virtue of iheaoihoritT in me-* vested by law I OR HOUSE DRESS.Ia ;DtINNELL% -

than him to a journeyman 5. Now we have asked why, danger of being maltreated, when a po- $ there I ban lovteU npon and will or for sale at the door _, -
to our
are more gratified present out i i fact, they are npeHor ta all others,combining G4REL:
and have been answered by a member of the lictman uuvJe his at the I Court Ilou'e, jot the County of Dnval, on the .
readers character and claims for fcrtnnatelv appearance Hjiulay in June next,the following deanbcd cowzoRr. ECONQ.WY, JLIGUTA'SSS D CSABlLITr. &1fOt1G
aaus new that the
council that it was supposed Physician | measure pro- ,
t scene of action lie made an attempt to seize to wit: ls* Xo. one(1),in square Xo.tweuty- -
public &pj4auae. bestowed so much of his practice in charity(Oh i awful anjthvtet rial*.i .
j the negro who was using the wlrp, when a pistol I LOS number two(2). In vpare flQt1gFFOa XOWELI*
thou good Samaritan) and again in larger cities drew ;.t'jkau4u., wi .
was leveled at his hca-1. He promptly quences. X>* J ** 11 x i j -
THZ OovxufOK's r ocuuumow.-We publish .fr execution la tiror of Jcnman
and on many occasions we have been answered |. his revolver and two other members ot *>- Tli- J aa Uodney ,

in this issue the very able and judicous prottaaujicxui&&icing by the Physician himself, that his fcosshjjjId j' -r -.---.v '-u not then 1*> though j the saul iJavid. McCuen.- VItIAU OR DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT, 1000 E'IECES
| came general; rejrors flocked to. .the spot in .
Vursj'snd'ne employed oition of Sheriff Ihirat TICKING AND sitrflo.
a larger > Coui.ty.
proj main
the of full civil
brain, and that he exported a large en.o-tnt of : great numbers, who comnipnml firing at the j Fla, April 23-1m. 1 for tale every*bet o. Manufactured uenarr.y! by -BALPS OSNABURO8 .
in State. Aside from the policemen and citizens
government Jhn important and was no
money, and a great leiurth of time to acquit his indiscriminately, [ the ole owners of the Patent.97 -

theme upon which the Governor write*, ''profession. What a caricat we upon most of the l ono of the officers,Jaa. Finn, fell mortally woun- '{ volviug States of America. WEiTS, BRM.i1-E & CA1T, 250'PI ECE8 2ANCHESTE2, PACUTO

the proclamation u doubly, interesting because 1 students of medical schools extant at the first volley, beliia; shot through tho groin ter, in the Chambers and 73 and, 81 RcaJe .treeta, I AND UAllTLTOi: ? DSLAINE3,
I with a bullet from a p:. tol in the hands of a lieSo j Is hei-eby given that the amount of Again, we find the lawyer taxed only 15 j vision in ; SVw York.I HICKORY
of the and counsel j .
patriotic which his
judicious i who fired while only a few .s from the f taxes atneawM, upon the several lot* and parcels -
I while the master mechanic is taxed the same pac Imvaf I For in Jacksonville, whee! ] and retail by
unfortunate proach to eitui"d in the city JatksoaviUe, coun aae "DENUIS, MARLBORO STRIPED
Excellency all citizens of the State policeman. The other officera
urges upon -
| Messrs. Editors, were you ever so tiniortunatc &3 Su'e of Flo-Ids, pursuant to an act of Congress i J. B. SAMMIS & (;OC. .. mcKORt ''
In his usual ca tivating style. We commend its to fall into the hands of an Esquire, and after !' stood their ground, alihoujrh" almost overpowered j place in : *-An Att for lie totlectioa of direct Uses in in- I nonisog, BT TEIEB.&LZ.

counsel to the profound consideration and accaptation I j you were out calmly consider the fina-v ial relation -| In a few by minutes numbers;However rain-t j see, and < \ purpose: diatiicts," approved within June the"th United 1802 State-and still and re for IL S. STROtGIITON, ALPACAS, PALnxArSrB ,

had sustained towards liim. and iinme-j thnywere the betore December 31S* JJIBLACK 4. CO. 1IOHAIR .
of you i war ; aire, may be- paid 'n or 0. ,
our people.
diately afterwards needed the services of the me- | flireed by members of the fire brigale, beIon.r- civil to'JoUn S..lnie' sat fflti Hoiwc, ia tLe and aH nArvUant *o sell first cla jug to the No. 2 fire engizie, from the Shelby : war [ of Jacksonville a.orcoai1. .- d
iv'We' invite the special attention of chanic and remember how you would Lave exclaimed i and the Soutfc-TB jStatra. -
our Ifc Dret Tar throughout
street station. By this tinc the firbg ha-I be- the j fctuJuicy, l stRlwl :
readers to the advertisement of Messrs. KNIGHT against paying him > j/er day, an 1' .Alm>p, > CommuMtom: fur tl, The new Empress Trail Is ail tie race far London,
don't you know how hard ho has to !>>.! even : come general, and a large crowd had collcclc-d mote ; Un Mnilh. ) Suite of lloril*' Ins and throughout Europe. Y&10-y ChECKS FANCY'A DrL41r.R4CILtflDSON'S ; .
& BEOOXE, Attorneys at Law Lake City and t at the place. Mr. Ileniy Dunn, ensrinecr of t, t&4-tf i
now ia earn his $3 or ?4 j>er dav, and in addition would j I.- IRISH Lfl.EN,,

IVrnandina. They are young men of ability, industry to this would one of you or any member of i N2 Manner, 'impauiel by his brother fireraeii -
village Sale of Escheated Lands. Ordinances. AXD
j City
either of die \ent pralLujtly to the ruj.port < f the officers i ?
profetssioiis above ferred to Lue
and and Mr. KXIGHT is not disqualified <
energy, to soy that it rcqulies loss brain to accrmj-isii and while dui
by reason of the "oath, from pratkinghi or to practic thrt>.;;b nje nanism than either ot t the riot, he fell, mortally wreniM, to the earth, i ii cover llth, ISort: entitled "An Aitautirf>ruin5 the vae' "A OiDisiscK lltnL&ii0 I'liaow ore isa KAi'Kixs, ETja ETO,'ETO ,
the 17. S. Courts. We are confident that i Iwing shot through the Leui by a neqx The the &: LanJ, iymg in tie county of Voiuala,ant Tows)'
any those professions, 1 dir< MY no. aii'l then there I upon belonging to the c tatr of Jolm Eaton, deceas tt Ordained iy Hut Mayor an-l AUtm:* tf Bit LADiES AND GEXTS.UXE25 CAKB2XOHEMSTIC1IED

business entrusted to the care of these gentlemen is the labor in luuioi. S3; pin h HI i i. u* ration voun. wa? a fearful one, juid the brains protru j quite f I Kill otter for KtU at Jjiterpnw.luist F.onda, ou \ City of JuckiaiciK', That the Oniuumco entitled 'AnOiuitwf HANDKEItCflIEF$
will he attended to with of tho injustice oJ l... < i I Ui. < Xw t> r led from the ajxirluie made by tLo bulletl.1l. !I road j tIi day o il&y next, the fu.toiui lauds lately promptness .. iuemen, who wue aruicduith Losckos i to the estate of John Eaton, now deceased, to me u hereby amaiilcJ a* fLows; Ia line seven from :
some of its ineonslsfoin.1. \\\ inaris and rwvolveie aft of lot Xo. 4 of section 1 J, an A SitETDiD' COLLBCTIOX.-We direct the attention carpenters (masters ol e'1.ed c.15. AMr.e t < r cai.-jir.1 their woun.Idcomrade j i gestion 19, south of ranpe M, east,containing lH3,9t). ant"who,"the wur* ,".o appiovwl by the Mar EMBROIDERED,. .
the same order of Whc-ji-v' 11 taxel only into an adjactnt ch! \\% store, (where lie I Iicceived \ lamity as acres more or k-i. Minimum prk-o $iOCO. Terms *hall,*inwirt ej;and tie woi dn,"ii of our readers, in the country as well as every attenlluni but it was of no avail) in lutreut runj 1ICOH. A.COKLEY. in hue ne trom the bottom in uH Ordinance,be and the I
$5.Vhy, what means tLs wi.e council. l>o i bus j 3 Ke iaier Public 1-sn.ia. etlrtken cut from Haiti UrdiJMHice Mid STRIPED 1AMEIIIONAINSOOKINDLtTBOO
-3m o Bairn-J bcnby AND CHECKED
in the city, to the beautiful collection of photo i returned to the support of their comrades and
they expect to.take an aniUYertary ride on some i !:j ing men I I'hu aUve sale it hereby postponed till! the Sthi the woi>i"three," octU-riru in line the from the bottom !
graph likenesses of the popular Generals of the large timber ert, or hare they forgotten that an j! their cijfteers. Many citi/ens from the adjuiu-i i -. IIL OII A. CC.RLE. of said Ordinance, be and the same it hereby alteittd fc*

Confederate Armies of taxation is dear j ing ttnjoined in tkc aili j.y, a'.id, by \vell-di- !| to the !;' 10 KegiBtcr.I a* tarexl "t,TI;" an 1 mrae tia-ely a&er the word t duU AND SWISS PLAIN AXD DOTT !>
late equality t ,
; kept on hand by Mr. as > a people or a ted volleys several who Lad taken !' 1 ITS,** o>eumn; in line four from bottom of rani Ordii.lunce .
HIOGINS at the -store of Bortwick & Co. cla s as is equality representation. j j m i.e.i'X.s. many I .1'. SMITH,aOrnlntara'nx of the E, ale ,the words,-an-1 costs,"be and the same on:hebylustuitl MUSLINS .
Dreg But to consideration of the taxation of the an active and jin early juit iu the riot, wtielI I [joked 1 Julia U. .Smilli, lato uf I'utuam Coniuy, ducva ed, ; and tiuit the word, "at the discretion of the tE'Z Z&1ILETO
These pictures are taken in the best lyle of j I t-lain. ]' I fiieJ hi my office a sugges Ion of the inol.ency In'envlttut," occurring, ajo ia line four turn the bottom JACoNET.cHAMI ,
laboring class, ad an ab.str.ict question, d-nij not this preceding j! K ta e CoLJinilted to her charge, il Is thvrcaorf 01 kill Ordinance, ba and the naaM are hereby tnt.kcn LADIES WHITE BROWNrMTWAND
At time (s-ix 011-jok the riot at its ,
the art, and do justice to the noble men who the history of the world show that every ; rolielous ) was even 1 I tIns: all purlins havIng clainia agabx.t said estate out rou.Ud Ordinance, end in pU.'e thereof,the wor-fc
bar inulle their illustrious. country, in-stcad of rmlianusa the i 1 lici bt, and oCi. ns >Lilt ery nd Mallcn, the j up I and tie the came with the Jaugc of Probate ot and to tan,! committed until U.e some be iiud," be BLACK HOSE? ;
They are g j' only i>olii cinen who had un iviil on the ground, .j i sulj>hurus ; County, on or bc'trc the fir.t Monday in July next, and tLe same are hereby iru .t.-l. GEKTS. BROWN it'lXRP
to be found in sins from that adapted to the ordinary working man, have done all they con to ioster had fallen severely wounduiL I the meantime the 1 autLciiticateil In the manner pre enhtxt by law. Ao.ted April 2Wh 1S.6.U. TTHITEv ,
and encourage him, and in every instance where a j j Wittier my hand an-1 otlicial teal hereunto tL UoiJlls, Cttrk of CounciL BLACK HALF HOSE.
album, to-tho imperial; and with a beautiful the industrial pursuits have dor lined, have not I i a mcSKenger had born di-patched to the police i; alas [ *.] affixeJ,this the lah day of Dect-iuber A. D. HOLillSA3 STTt1 Mares.
office for reinforcemcntH and Mr. ise. .AV. McLEOlV : LADIES AND GENTS GLOVES.
variety of frames of various sizes. Mr. the town, city or declined aLso!? What irtunately j I
county ery, Jan. 6-Cm. Judge of I'robare.
SheiitT Winters hal petted to be in the oJlice at OtDUiKCK KEGTLAtlSG LlCmSt, 4.C.
Higgins ran put you up & stylish picture. gentlemen was the burden cf your own s-mg I j events of Ordinan.-e 1, Kc n.atins Licence-e.SBC. .
the time. He
into tliicli and drove down
and theme in mrard to the nTi4tatEon' c.f our i got a State of Florida. 1. Be it Oriiatvtd by Uit Hajfur aad Attiermt. of Furnishing Goods Clofla; Oasd*
Beside there of ,
are many pictures a fancy own town almi bt immed aftor lh> at a rapid rate to the navy-yaul, to from mcut Li< c'l.'y of JacJLo riO'luat Lom and ancr thj date,

character that will jirove quite ornamental to a ately ; tun ender Major General fetoiitinan, the Gi-nerarcomman-j We COC T,EASTJEBH Cpcvrr-DCVAL COCSTT. nor',n or pen n.4,or aa.iciationa of persons,shall be : meres.Xejr -
anl her
new a .d (11 c ti .iis e n to re-
j engaged in Mfryinrf ou or p.o..sutingvuhin the limits
centre table. Be sure to look at thorn and as turn f Our c tv is ia> d'vrovrni r i'. rlsinL-- d:n. this diitiict the .t>s stance of the troops I J of John Clark, vi Cbaneery3 of naid city, uider his command to quell the riot. Sheriff j 3 to forec1ie mortinge. rncnticzwd t in JJJVT 21 of this Oi-dinaiice lifi i. 5hrtsWhLte and F ary Uben iQefeMy;MIXed
ana *
the prices are reasonable, it is within your reach out of its dei. : r>la'" the bu-y nnri-iar Winters states that Generat t-jtoncman replied i j and year ; be, she or they th-ill bare appiird toe and pi
to take home with you, least, your favorite sounds tl tl.e t.i1e.> an 1 tV saw art head when 1 while tho F0N ivadinj;and filing the bill of complaint in caa-e torn the Maror an annual bt-i3 therefor, t r vhx.illkenn. toci.a..iLttL YAP
Le made .
the C as tl.e clti LaiIn vvvar such Plain an-I iinen
A am Tinty
n-que-s. > and it to the Cour. afiidaiit that the
appearing by ,
every \\hcre. Muunuiiie Le ea d. butI .>, be,bhe or they kLU pay the earns pn eribed by
general _ _ _ : of Meuit'Lu Lad ]>ctitji ud to Lave the trooj. j; the people named uefinJxnts in gaid bill are non-na>KlonU ot ahl aetiuu Tr' nnJgm, Buttons, Kalaora. Stirs, Etc
STEAMER KATE.-This : long articles are obeetiii.iab, e an-1 may t removed from the city, they would lw rexjuired extent tfiate ot Florida, and that they are beyond the jurit- Stc. " elegantly fitted-up find it nectsaiy to say moie at a future t.nie I to theuiK-U the heM cuuld lie ] ofthi Cuuri, and ride m }iarts unknown to 1'lioUK apua or 1'ii.tur, taken by the cctw ef BOOTS & SHOES.
Steamer, whose coming had been heralded to us but this I will add, let the working man earn protect they iu |'; tongue complaint It is ordered: That the said defendants, light, shall pay fur an annual Ucvuso, $ > 00.
| hail no troops at his disposal fjr that purpose. RicbanU and Mary E. Rkhord-i, hiwvfu and l' natu iarding Houses arw beVy cismie&d! ; and to be
his bread the of
come days ago, arrived at her wharf in this city by sweat his brow untrarael |I The duty having d /.(Jived on the 5llei:{l' to, |; pod in the j ui the them do appear aM iht-y ore hereby ntjulrud lken,40d 54 tulows: 10d( .s F.ts and ShoM, tadha!and S'eis

on Thursday last Her accommodations by taxation. Every housj ho builds, whether I! quell the d.stuibance Le took the iC'tet t | etrif-s i aad au.-wcraid biLl of jrupUint '.itliln four 1.tCass....................... ............. E.HS, \V UHO'B Zip Kid,Goat and .{ wtinf' Q eat*
are brick or wood, yoa.. e.>rv t mlxr r-art will increase juTini ; ; from the date of the publication of this trIer, 2d C aa3d -.................................... Call>wwe.l Vutni,*, Uenfs Ca:>3r-r.J P.-aBD.8.UootwV
-ample-ejid she is peculiarly well arranged for mea>uriai to do sc,. lie icta.nAl T.itliout delay : measures j that in default thereof tlu .ait com.itaiiiant's ,aid ClasH,........................................J 0li TT1 an! Sewed, Gcnfs Ca!"KH..intent I.rt{>
your i-e\enu in .oav* your CJinmene to the station, sum-iK.neJ ul! tli. p>!iccni n liecoull I cumpUint be taken pro cvaTto and decree be ooultd that no cucb house, entertaining lens than er Sles, cri's Urcgansv Cbirlrt* Pcotssa.-
ihe-conifort of ladies. In her and add to inUi-csts I -we utt I ,. .
commanding officer your jrcneraMv.AN thereof aceardiugly. li. A. FCTXAM, three regioor b.s.dera aha11 be eoaedeied a Iteacdmglleu&
and ( 13. G.Oarroit .
procure, aoCoii.i.loJ| Ly apt. I .
OLD CITIZEN M.ECHANIC.Jackaonil"e. Jan lI-tm. Judge Kastern Circuit. -
we are more than pleased to recognize the Chitf ot 1'oLco, then marched, to Hats and -
May 9th, 1SG6. hotels or Public ILa.-e,doir r a permanent and transknt -
familiar face of Captain T. J. LOCK-WOOD, formerly to the scene of acti-Jii. As tiih NOTICE. ba-om,are Lcreby a.iiii.'d.and to be Hctn*l

ofth. the ntreetjj at the ""iIoaLIeti" k," S Lentt' Winters i that the a' foUow : I.ali.' Straw Felt.83k,For, ?e.Ttrbsnsnd olh55r
Carolina, and who is so intimately The following we clip from the <-dltcrial c every itlre.i \.Lo'n LP m-1 to 1 : deformed ................
associated with pleasant reminiscences of very nmns of the Piivannah-Vf r <.nd Hi rail. We bate, if Mannn Cointy, t-r kilters of ajininistradon IIC1asI ... -0003JCUaa
take h.s place in the 4-iumtn. in onLr tnat Le E late ul Mary A. Ci>nyLrs, and aL-o the ewta'.e of ,.-1008Xo.
many who have been the recipients of those have great confidence in the judgment of Mr. might have an effiel) :it ) jf foimlaii'i to pat war as >. C'unytT, laie of said County dAeaseJ.F. 2. GJ ..vSSTVABE OF

kindly and courtly attentions he so well knows Sn PHEXS, and are glad to lay licforo oar road w >. -f it were neeooarv.- j modern March IB Mareh 24 .*M.r.COXYEUS, Adrar. Pbysician Pprgcons and Den'fcta,.$10 00 ALLi i'S

how to dispense on deck and in cabin. We any opnions that can carry a well founded hope As they pasMsl alom tbcv int t r- iny affriijhtr-d[ tteir}!
citizens coming into the city : r asslhtaacc, who i oil" CIRCCIT COUBT, 1TAUIOX COCXTV, 1 LA' Boot and Shoe Maker, or CoMn,. 5 VO GROCERIES .VND I KO VISIONS.
welcome this fine boat and excellent officer for the future of the 31 years
to country. r. HTT-FHENS Nancy \ValUcc, \, ijtpiejto, CUitu or Laud Aicntir. 10(MK&er
j reported the mob of ne ici s to 'be of the most
our river, gratified that our merchants and the has been in a position to learn letter than formidable cLmeno-Mi's Hit-riff Winters and; | tire, wb j Jaraea v J., Connell. 1 Attachment, Rvrlere,,.. WOO WOO .500 laneU FlocrX
j / barua'ca-4OXiO.
travelling public have this fine addition to our what tlenicntii are at work to inspire the confidence -! C'apt Garrett gave ordtr to tl men to bo wo j I Storage: K>r aidjisanit CVm'siuii McrJTn, 25 00 half barret*flour20csokBacois
j } sot all other persons iiitere>ted are Journeyman I'ftinfer-...... ................ 500
,already excellent fleet of steamers. For particulars that "all will yet be well." But hoj e prepared for any ertMyeiu-y. lioiolvtra weregut 4 no ilieJ of commt-Dct-mciit of nut in the atx>ve cause Journeyman Tailors,........................ 660'S 50 casks Ham.(Cindnosd Soiac Cnrft
out, and when the oikes scachi the grucud j until we TU of attachment returnable to tlie?pncirm.. of one oc Marble Cutters. 1000 50 lneia Pork, Mess and in-
see advertisement does not burn as brightly in cur hearts as it did Circuit Court, fur the C.iuuty an! ha tu avreiJ.. 50 half barrels Fulton Market lies!
; they found tho negroes cUavu up in almost rc of the AU persons,or a.-teociatijn of irw.n*,op iun?
I are required to appear, aiia er, p.'catl; or demi.r a-. 10 banvis Dried Beef _
DICTATORTTCe months back does a Lop to on tie bnsiiaa of Inner orISacfenmi'h -
STEAMER some nor our intelligence |I uler line of battle. AU. <-r neai'y' all!, were in efforts by law. S.C%. Dsixl tillS, ,:.. 1000Watchms Si) barrels,half barrtle and tot of MscksrW

are pleased to notice that this popular stand as well satisfied with passing nor prospective -I uniform, and each one was annod with a revoli March i4! -Cm. J iuntiiT*Atty. em and Re.aireiz of Watches and: ikita8hnon .

boat has comptawl'her and is events as then : .. The officers were saluted! with a volley on Jtwilry........ 1000Wheeuights 100 sacks Rio Coffee
repairs again on ..-.. ... SCO sacks Locl Saltonarannt1IteJ .
direful :: : 500It
their arrival which
returned doing
&e route"bet ween here and Charleston. By reference HON. ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.. they quickly Executive 0 ffic e. C Sfjnie gwxi excv ntion. A necro, who seemed power u lOcO common breva Stfearw

to.her advertisement, it will be seen that We have had the singular pleasure of a length to act as the nnglt-udf, fall at the first fire.- not TAI.LAHASSEE, Fuu,April 7tb, 18C5. ifa.ket noo> rating Bouto,. 2500 50 UureU Molasses,Golden Syno, Jft3uO / -

ahe has rjhanged her time of ened interview with this eminent Georgian, this This caused a general to bo made pie, l'u'uii..hen of New.pmperi,.................... 2000 barrel Soda,*Ugai. Bt >a and hint BieeA
Bailing, and will btarnjte by of it U rtpnacntcd tome that on or fttcut dltots of and in where the 300 beers Soda,Soar,boater and Pilot Bn 4
incomparable statesman. It wfli lie a matter of the who the any j 4>th day ot November, 1'(1%ons lIla Watennnn ewspop e ca.-es ' jn
v ere pauci-d by id ehc U hail and Ttse
nereafter leave one day earlier. Capt. Coxetter negroes name o! the Editor does not apper,the Pub quarter ,Ootecf sal Ilr *C
congratulation to thousand*, over all the South, and of all I Tu 'n cf(Xal:k IluriJa, did kill and murder Janis y. JOOO pounds (ticked mixed
officers, firing rapidly. At this juncture, ai > )1 li-herasElior........... 500Backcra Candy, ana
nods a citizen vt tkb State,and that said Waterman
no recommendation us to forfis that his health is better than
secure at anytime during liceman in chase of a nro, who Lad been an events !; ,rard. or Brokers,. iOOO

boata full share of the public patronage. the last thirty years and his hojx-s of lilierty active participant in the allray, observed Judge rai. 1 THEREFORE, I Darld S. Writer, Ooternor of Tobsccai.ts arssw or Mills.a.bvgurMj crti ........... WOO Wines and

more secure, since 1869, when, with prophetic 1 j Ijconard on horiio-bark, and going to him, menacingly know | of Hon.Ud.i by virtue of the authority in rue 1woOan. 5aw Mills...*-.,.,10000iliclune : Liquors.

W-e nae received 4iie second number of anew vision, he jaw the coming anarchy, and, feeling 1 p atol in hand, ordered him to go ill Hundred, hereby iJullan offer a reward, to on Lch.artf the .VUte,wh of. }'ounthi&o. and Suoiw--............. 5000

paper iecexitIv established at Tampa, SASInx that madness ruled the hour ayiin&t reason, retired -I| jiursuii\ tne color l individual, who was iimninjj not lost to arreat said \Vatt-rnian any and lodge i-eritm him or in any persun.4 j.ill of this< Ma ers ter,.Ms.on.*, M >tcr Carpenters and l uld- 1500AU 100"BTili. oU Kcntncky'WhukT- :

C. duLrr, editor. We are glad to see from the House of Representatives at; at a rapid rate down the streetJu.ljc fare, if >, no that he may be brcagtit justice.. mc-clunics not above men' uiied,. 5 00Manucv.tnrer rod bBls. bid BourBoii Whiskr

Washington. J Ix-oiiaid immediately went ofT in suit, Lu* instincts { Vraternun U about foit-cigUt }irs of .ge, onll- *of Suda or Mineral Water,.... 1ft uOOn ,100 bbla. old Cabinet ExiratfW -
that our nster city of ahe gulf has again a press Mr. Stephens has well grounded jut htight,ktout built, black hair a little gray. tur t MillM, for ea Ji run of btonc-a,......>10 00AuttL.uevr lOs btla. old :
anticipations 1'' the suht the shelter of cabin near at {/loxiun and near sigh ted. IV s. WA I.K Cognac Brandy -
a EG,
in her midst and not -....................... 50 00Itectifve.m
; trust that she will sustain the of a linal reaction against fanatic-'sm and abjl- hand and esca[*>L I 14-St Governor of Florida. Di..tiilera lr lire era of Spirituous 60 bbla old Catawba Brand .

fenmtitlar with that liberality that characterizes j uUiin. He dous not belk-ve that the Mountain 1 tJhcriJl Winters, wlvL his possr, then proce-d- miseries orilAlt Ijqiujre............ 2500 25 pipes old Holland Gin -
Party can rule against the etolin rom- I that they NOTICE. Luery Stable Keepurs,.iOOUHotit !OO find old L'.
away Port
ed wth CLe uilcr his casts
an intelligent and enterprising people. Withbest j to sour the streets men Fountains, t-ach,...........'............ 1000 >
mon sense of the country's intelitct lie very I command and ordere-1 a'l'! the to was RTT after date I ;t k ,
wishes for the Ptinlar negroes ret urn as days shall anply to the udje Bowling AUua,.t. 20 00l.Uluu4 : MADEIRA,
] .
we place upon projierlywiceivct> that, when once brought together I to their dwellings; vfldi. all did promptly, fearful they will of rrohate ot Iuval County,at la* Office in Jack- AaWfcs each,.. JOWTe "- '
oar exchange: list. in rational discussion, there will be a- if the ii daiud lt ille, >*UL, for leave to sell the real estate of John ejT pi Oarator-,.......... 50015ut.iicr SHERRY- _. ; -
t i < con-quonee i they disobeythe rouse dt-ccaaeiL SCSAX L'EXCIJ, ,or liegular Vrndcnof Fresh Meat... 10 00 :
cr.A1 K : .F.4 ;
CEOJOTCXICATED.! mighty return principles. Abiding that; Older. The riot, \\liicli bad attained most Adndnietratrix Estate of John L* nze. All icrom regularty engaged In the JVlong rt; :

Pnonr WOODS time it bclioo\es the South to be temperate and' formidable diniens"or.s, waS tiu I-romjitly quelled. | before, l-3fl.htys.- bu !ne s fora livelyhooJ, ........ 1000 SAtTERN

May tth, 1866. possesix 41 of the wiedom that comes from muder- '\VhJe the Shenfl'and Captain Garret were the Lotteries or Gilt Enterin-,per diem........ 2000lUrtailcisof ;
Jfatrt. Editors?-I am so glad to see youwhole ation. | SIrituoun or Malt LKJOOTS.VuOOO -.,
again, Some half things do j souring the streets with their forces, x c fjtiin ; before NOTICR On ad Items received in Money Notes or otaSEC. -

for instance, widows. Whai may can b more verywel i By a judicious combination of various conservative { of the regular army, a ]->ition ot a coiiijiiv- wccU after date I shall apply to the Hon. wise,....................... ............ 54 T1. N"-
elements, all will yet be wdL ITie be-luiurin to the Sii.Uv.ith of Trobatc,pf Duval County,for letters of admwM- .JU. Any person or person who hall ensf ige iacarrylr.g
frafmatina wkem do ny leg-
they not happen to- be ones Democrats have gained imuiensely in the Wot do almost on the Estate ofSarah A.houston, late of said on orpnwecmins any cf the trades,occupations .
owm relict and half sfcelk too, when tlter are ulars, arrived on the ground. Otto or two -'loti deceased. or proli-KhK'iu meniioncU and set forth in Set tion recorNl p

plnasp oysters on them are really tempteikms and very far from beinrj utterly annihilated, aa 1 were fired Ly the negroes after the Military I thomsolve WM. IL UOUSTON, of this Ordinance,without first fcj\ii-g applied for and -
our Washington correondOTt 31 fiw. procunsl the Ljccn-e- required )iy this-Otilmarce,tl.ail,
thfjy -
but a half susjiect1' made their aj>inarance, but the sight of tiie-ir lix- [ war. EVERYHARDWARE DESCRIPO1
newspaper nonsense. Why, 'wi upon eonvictiou tiitrcot, be ftiitd not cxixtiiing ln will if M
one reads it hw ia he to know 'i4iethecuas rightly yui n ?changes ed bayonets, and the determined bearing of the I! The liuudrvtl IXiUara, or imprisonment hot more than thirty

the right or tne wrong half!? and where' *ilU Ia in I jmf co ?*tatui caused them to fly, without losi oft NOTICIL day, or both, toe each and every offense, proriJtd that AND FAKSUNG"CTENSlt
MiS. t1.ri t 1 he, she or they hate no tcmpra.cnnit from the
look for those delicious little articlwr jwtfcBeadedBy time, to their dwellings in the icisiity. .
and pero'i rnaphted Maror.St
'OndItin ( k.LlA.i4.4knn ller- t' fo the Estate of Thomas JTel- --
author:ty.** and.fbo&d at tU' eiI The powsoe and the atlilaiy kept jiossvesion : son, late of bu John County del-eased,are reques- c. 4h.St it further or torn of the first, "concluded on ; piosc.tt4l j of his of the btreet till between ei, Ut and nii.e o'clock, l make immediate payment, and all persons bavin su4I, 1 hat from and after this date, an Whole ale and :

And Thi 'poetty* too whw wwdd upa fAbOi5 1E 44. when they returned to tiuir quarters. The nois and against said Estate,are requested to present the "teiail ddCtM in gixxls, wares or of eisr ? yoi1 pst Bmlffin th. l duly aothentrmted cnption, ni'hiu the limit of ad fltait.
ar normal plarfvi- i ne Titanwill to the unclcrwzned Within the corpoiate city,
j in
taatf Speaking poe&y, my dear sir; reminds\ I erect himself at one'jfa# t greatest excitement prevailed the city during j preftribed by law, or this notice will be pleaded in apply fur and procure, annually, from the Mayor,a liduse : STEEL CORN MILLS
me of your appreciation of 4 danger the nijht; and the si. Lt of a negro OH the street their reoin ery. DOHA XELSOX exclude of Liquor licence, to wholesale or retail ,
ao kindly inspuing to newspaper poetry, I t now iay that this disjointin ay eat economy was the'signal, the ward to make a baUy for Kentucky AdminisUatnx. the rime,lor which license, bo, she or they, shall paj CORN SHELLEBS
hitherto j glected genius | the & Angnstine Fla- he buoying gums, to-wu When the viJue their- j -, ;
will so shot*the nervoTrt g '4 **t as to liim. One bLot in the neigLborhood \ April !18v.NOTICE. : of -
Ixmgmayyorr-wKve- me to make aT negro was tock g.*U not exceed one thousand dollars,Hcenne fee, .
to have columns headed butdTelegraphie produce &species of political tAilsrood of t& Gayoso house, but not mortally wounded common 410; and five dollars additional for every_thou>aad.dQl-. PLOWS, .. .
cards *' men and true miwt labor t*>r -Atvia-i ; & seven eveaing. -
& not have .
why -- :
unhiu'nubWe Sh. Be it furtJter anteimtd* a ejitoyjja
no terribly SBC. y
one heads* er received a bullet throutu.lsi-- n"ij rtv : H "Poetay. K world U2 ; county Ordinance passed January -
saveme wiJ ThatM nanun3in ._,
1 free thil' 3f-> *gk-rifl
trthm. are to conWj has TAlPtmUon, b kaim ...., with the will snueied, oo. Kd.AJX, 1550.entftled
taf sometimes Slain al1 i tion. an ordinance passed February -
reading for Tw'aYfiinV alon : btieet he into an r.- -
your ? got ot(.ivorge GlbL tate of iavl County d t iied., Ordinance relating to Oarta and I/-be -. 4-
nde jr an --- -
wwai4 t b* at aloo toknow wWt9TTX tercati-jn a white man, and drew a- pistol L [ that the and the fame It hereby amended so aa to read aa follow.: .

I. j would not be long it< w- l-tt would be ; on him A shot was final by one of the bystanders i come upon 21-Cw. From and after this date it iball be the dutyof every i.
ftw' lSiesead' they'artraU kindled in the eIugLh vt mf tLg' Great Ke- and the rushed along Main bo no CnOU rulLXlIBff ft crt1dray or wagoa,t.bin within thelimits S
.riiw. j &uVhv I rrfer yo*to the books. publiO.--'ilNgusta C&Stit4tTs'71iJf. negro NOTIOE. of taid city,to fint apply tor and procure an annual EUOW
VHS street at a fearful rate, followed by a largeoeverau I Is-be mnnberta in the order of their xue,
Miefciiiatt rf fee! writer*do not "live mlUrtn _________1 .- _-.'- a..l i..e, 4I. the hands persons who have any demands against the es- license, such the fur theme
buoia WCIT; uicu, uui ncecapdd and fur every penon Boapplying
Ill ; g ten* M Jlr, Sgjf would ri-owu. state of Kmily L. Donaldson late of Dora!county,
\Corrtspondenet of t/te Btlt'.MOre Sun.WJUKINCTOX .\ \ with wouril.AnEPOBTER bcttlement, under- shall pay for each cart or rzy rkaa By a nnsp*
** a'slight to the
them without delay
5b'Est"w will present "
"lv at s-lu 4iao>* from, which not tone or mule, *25110.
thir jijimili hismn baduT- I April 27.-The financial position -- wooinrn. less, and those indebted to. aid estate, are requested For each additional borte or BlTMeaitacied to the same OF ALL' liNlte J3d SIZE
wurmy .
III *>kwvpwiK &tt>e"IMBa witbrab purpose ,of this count rj* iu so'stroii j in the view of reporter for one of the daily newspapers, um. Let k Immediate pe'cment.StdANDiI T. DON..tLIISON. u&rt, drav or wacon, Vlv(*Q.

but I an1 uth utieet, received -,! parties and ; 24-It Liccutril., And it haU anther be the,*aty of >cn and every
xaoreover .n procuring a license to run a ca &ksTi< 6iin
tibnal"bleumngi" in the form,of debt. It has escape from being wounJod in a vital port property, pf hvrlMenMy in durable'fignre eaaijy dwlmffQUAuiwe, WAUOF
jeen oar boast that wet could create, in the by a bullet- just } OF FLOBIDA, DCVAL CINTY.-No. tesotnecon.pict u place,on the aide ofhis or hermit,
stray ntebt&i to James
WXL11R. 51cc fa hereby given to sO persons kr each and every Txdstwa rf say
I shortest Bpa e-of tim*,'tle' biggest amount of THE KILLED JiXD WOL'SDm.- of the past, ; deeeied; late of said S'ate and county amy of lbs or provisions wagoivand of Uu ordinance,every pence M ci.

v.LIN 4 debt that any nation +-&s ever burdened with. Owing to the very great excitonicnt Thic-h graves; let account,to come forward and make fending, shall on conriction,be fined not exceeding one EVERY irAIUETY

To that made of-rdief nwasurea before Congress prevailed up to a late hour last night it WAS almost tcians a at/payment. And all pew .to.hoJding rwent etanwnotified them hundred. dolLus or imprisoned not owr Udrt ydaya.
hereby erdaittfd the aiMorUy afort
nmt saistt are 6irc. 6h.A if furtSer by
now tend.- The popularity-asking project be- impossible to ascertain the scat number of joful r.ntnent.eatcd within the time qeeibed by law or taut,lIuU from and after this data,all vboleeBle dealerm
)Isr.b. &d.4d 'i'
ibre Congress will invohrtr* the country in an the killed and wounded; Many reports wero next will be barredLOUIA LATDLEIS, in ipirituona or malt liquor, shall apply for and prociir TV1LLOW:
"i'hss Ii) paI additional debtrof-mttotd' milHonron1 billion current but the number of casualties given clans will & 10-St AdiLi1i1MrthX from the Mayor a Krenw to wbote ale the mme *m
v chick Hceaae they shalt pay. bea the val* of their _t .- :L1 ,
The bounty thithdi bore! be '
may "fully r lwil oii. Poor' Henry while they
: stock shall not exceed one thouxuud douara, a bcencQ
millie H*? ia44IlIand.; Niagara Dunn, engineer of Noi2! atnam fire eaginfy es- people rise W -OFFICE fee uf ISO 00, and$10 adiptfcmai for every thousand doU SOO'O BASKETS--6na zUTbmJi

*5 ai* we get through med at a late' hour last night. lie lingered in md hurl Ion addrnonid neck, to be dcUnrdnfd under oath. :

ith i- uthern States (rent agony for several hours, wbm death, ro- who JAMES A; PEDEN, said ptc.;That 7h.the f&U Mayor-ArtAffordofa be allowed i a b y tee flU of g Fifty>rtAon Ceate y g/ore 1* .

in UIttIiii1L.tist,.in the course loved hinr from his stifle-rings. Officer Jainea"inn whatever Sammis11 filock, NorthWest corner over Z. P. Webt4er' each and every licenoe iaiwid hemnbefore provided, t TATIOmY .-
of trl<*>rf><*t&r. half much it cost to of the shot in the and it ., -
jftws; as as police, was groin, peace of .DmugtOfe. -.-. March 31-tf LA_ said kr-the atTrIKC. :
ui All drdinancee, or part of Ordraa&oea, &>. P.4PE1 .
stLrz tikipbdiion'during the previous'fourA is very doubtful if he can recover. Officer Slat- ty; and the 8b- hereby repeated. _
yeEs3' fcroign'war ia courted).and if we cannot ery has also received a wound which is sup- For Sale or iient.AT -. consistent Adopted-with Airi1 this 5th 156g. ;flrKs, 1. .- -

have i with! 'France, it ia now" proposed to Wfeed to be fatal, although faint hopes were en- THE buildIng containing twel ex TOOTM, frpnting -. 11.L.lioLuCkr1sfbEl. PENS A-IiPENcnA ?1_ .
tSeKib'Uo ,knows as-Academy r JloLMLsTEImZM.tYoI.A .
= Bquar
have it with Austria. The radicals ore "spoil ertained last night that he' would recover. ho Twa/femWe
2xotisH lM a Military plat
ing for fight" The Franco-Mexican question The number of negroes reported killed were lyooe otampy pl it,as It wa fcnnerly dlTided ton two ten- :3t ORDISANCK, TO AmD jjoisj. -

U not ao far settled that it may not be revived from seven to fifteen, but tho latter number mon lately '4p1g7 to riNd, imriBD MA OmM*.'*c*K ctATrso Fowl i _
: thtfrVt
in a'manner that win force the French may be considered correct. 'Several were wounded Chance 5-3* t P. COOPEL orTauL auoss Ixtunirri CoeaT .
the .i .j411'
a. by
ti. Emperor into a collisionTo6: ei1licbetwet-, at the affray on South street, and also on- the' NOTICE.* ti third.1 the I1rdsm e- LIME BRT6KS; CE3IE2ST, JJLTH3..
.edsek and the President blinds the former to other ctreeti the Kone of their regulating furm trial Is- ,
Congress during evening ClINt" T" Ordinance pw i V*"-Ttendenfa -
belief in soldiers who belonged to.the -:2.Cwy:
LL indigent disabled Court,* be and the same r to hereby aayaded by -
the actual conditicn of the financial known.
country, names were .. *of lbs at.Confederate 5tstes Indigent thereto 1UWOtdS1454 fcy BBprboOTeatnoteSeediwr .- _
political and international. Nearly two hun It was reported that the negroes had token .and Eirpbsnm of soldiers who died in & service thiriydiyi,Ae aftcttatnw, at OM diao DRUGS-

.si, dred representative* in the?' House'are laboring posaeesfoif Fort" Hckering last night, and a Mr. sakt5tates lit the late war,reakoiw to the county of 'tion'oLth.X7or.,. -
band ta tbetr to the
dstzA* ar* for re-election, and if thoy'ancceed in maintaininff -, were determined to hold it at all hazard It' vie, M. A. ),*era Jndgwof requeued Mid cowitjvM to name- -.edepled.- ApVg,2tb,130&11OTES. Z1tELZMaoz,: :--- -

**aaf(HB w mt vpth.kMTU ar Uro-thirds anti-Johnson. majority they will not bo surprising if the aftray which resulted Rev. John y -tf .. .. n1iBoLz1s; air fteciZ.N' .. .

raln* TBitf if IM wffl,, IVia now plain:enouga thM .this Congress to-day;- TbX'trildet'tiBtiors wcty afloat onth of thft RDI2CB rn : ; .
If inubsnd Joseph Boyd,left borne about fire roontb* 1seL Birm.iu> "A* OsVssucszGvLaU. *.Lk .
hut l y
0 nothing towards midnight regarding tho affray ; at S -
Mdea ofl. recnojrtruction,and that *street! at on .and a*ret hlsfiunllr bare had no ttdiagi from him _
Itey"will notfadmh Southern repraBentati-rea on all god citiaeM wilbb-tetyto' expreto, the by God ., H ten to RO tortoridaate cart plsoe td B.U cwdai.d by a.x.ce aRi 4Zr&es the CI1 :

mnjctcrma.'l: iniey wfflpropoeano termaThe. hope that it wfli not he renewed, ,but that the that the ; Ileluueft,fM *Bdvnre helpless ebUOito it-JecLioetUe.ThaL8ectiosectIo at ths -
; 'sM 14* 'N*fbS& *scpptJUry Inf rntS entitled aa OrdInance BegnUtio License,**, brand :.
** Bff
Vt1lathsbt President will,*arivi'belieTed, at an ea>- goutr mayjbe brought to jpetic* a md punishodWthHSCTrdirectsi L We have 2dm s1y tlJ be toikfuttr noel-ted b ;W***yL"*" : the same ta b ry amended W tnsetttnsrta ba*stetesB, -

1yLsyJoflowpbispeaoe procbxniation.of ) a ; 1 \ ful of the rest, .Mri.MABTnA.BOyJ> of Mid section, the word* "Gun Smith," between the -
&srbs. &$to ) ottBtyda "aid"tirawrf and abe,that thew be sided
; large portion ofbe .-x4--- called to HtaTine,8cbIey. word.
irxilitsry -i .
-4 &. ;. .- to BMd sactioa Uts fofloyinjE" i4 V ia; AB 8 ew4oit B, r jm-8, 'i1srti'j
fort ;66m Vbafxr&h Exd a.urp7huiiili .rorfocatioa'pfUiS na> te B o f We rmblisb the aboreMsii matter of- charity, 300- STIRVPS

deprive C6ngree/of tbpraet&t four thx>usaiid nepproe* in that tovm; the mortal- vase,'itir hiIOmli051J11TflI5hC thc wilf be &1OT154 Uai 2t1,1C0.u..E. 4 ; *-

-the Pridet Is inuuaiatet l hlipolic7. I ty IstsAe kiadredfer month-car twelve hnndred I those who any UOLMT.s,-C7irk ef CstadL SIZELZ 3frot-; ta.CkQn1r11I, -

4Mv4t&r.. pe hindered -{Ed. Vnio UOIMF.R 4 --

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S* w 1- i v -- f': ': INTRODUCTION, CHLIDEEfETCtUfc .; lands of the South Iiavei b/e Tntxtndercul-,* 'Ci.Jt. g., Jty: ; ] K "v1M. : .. : urk4fl.tjr 7ZX&. 'I!
f. I'.It. .. VA&AxTUI AJ.4uINA -
.--4. AT-THE SOUTH.r : ; ., tivation, there'must 'of' necessity, lie. a' VIA ) A. P".t' ,SI1n ,

nAIN-WATER'CIBTERNS.' I : .1TDL.C.; j;''XEWOUTflT.4 deficiency limepotash and. poda: in "- ; ', ;' ,: i ,. -,- ;LA2saEPf -. 171 t"R.I' .IOOD & tiUErr

11l" *season, .in ,,In'i a"recent letter' d I tfie soil and-I Have 'reason itb believethlli CowrJpmenta Dee of.c t
r. : !
:In.vv-4 tT ._
j fh'fl JCjQODfthat been BO excessive referred to a* lecture delivered at -tie if these "were.- added : the ,Bermudarasthi1dbohfpi g r. ; t.eam, Soap Wor .

I numerou'and springs, hitherto CiuratauqAuT Couniy Fair :by..MdjorIfrpoks Y < < "Wi1 LIS :> -_ ,_ ::: i : .-.oW'R-- : !! ; I .->S '. ... .. ,<, ., i'. -. ,

oonBidered GTh aHblc hare failed in Mch he referred to 'the Before"the:\var, Kmo..could '. .be 'purchased'oh '. _,, : ,tt .) '- C. ::S.,< viiiih:"I ,, I ..f..,qkgi .

causing great annoyanco and inconvenience grasses' (natural and introduced,),offtno thd'line-of.railrbad, .for'' ten t .t):'. 1 .'.T'OT'A.T"O" :I ", .. ) .?. 1'. '';

.CA1J : L. .'. '. : '71. .., .. 4i'f' *
thriz1i1taneopf! ] supplyingwater & which rpmarjcs are calculated cents per b shel/and "vnll probably be .- ; !.,
through'artificial! 'ntees has re- mislead the uninitated. -Believing hat obtainable at" similar price before -WILT, UAVK: OirAULKSi-ON' ''two ,Ad cr. U -L I TOILKTSOAPS MXOWJfi.VSlXDXOR. T; ". 11
a lcry ,, Wbarf eTCrY Wednei.asaorniug, at .o'dcek, atf 'orit r jutrj)Z' 1tU'l.19
nlted in a great increase in the demand error should beoorrocted,T.havedponied H AND. A.I.and Savannah every IS Mne.dav a& 4'o'dock 1.. Pn'OYI'T'' :&)fOQflT...BARRETT', --r

fofl6I 'th 1\\'i'Jr-t'f.nM' t r. iiiiA-wat.1< r, cst to trouble yourith, a fo v 'jot' lime r re"" ,one _morning; at>o'clock Will leave A.M7 Jackuleremy-and 8a vmiuiah,1.-rj) 8-1 ,*ce*Ool made., 115'Kefer. :J y.announce.' '. to tha putlie' KiSteani'Soap. that, tn viu.: .

'WlWoL :LU& ppunenanugo" bfCflten1O tings .. ,<. I IAs fact. It i8.n. generally:received opinion turday rooming at 9 .1\. Arrivinjc aVbarleuou 1n8ot..y, :

_ and economy xrhich I supply. As it is :the attention Offarmors'iuid- stock that red clover wilThot succeed in Geor- same cvenlng. For A vlht or 1. (.t Pl J" .' I :*a.- .*:,_-'.&, ) i J Works]

not guIll t 'u\i r fbo UAt a' liberal raisers is being directed, to the agricultural gia ; yet the cujious may see a fieldl of ;jiE'IAIL1it.IJEALER .. Office on A4jfcrt s'Wlrart, : SECURITY .. ::'-< ,.O
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1CMl'8. J. OlLMAUTpt
rappy of the most wholesome, best and I and jgistoral .resources ofthe soyeral acres at Covington, Ga., which .' .- ...'.,,1. '..' .' ...:. AgenU at fctayannM. si. tuilly"preiit4' ,.vand.TaCeUpaC'to lit.4 ovdanp
purest water crambo obtained from the' South, .1 hare thought that' n- few. remarks was sown in',1800:'and which has pro- .' .; '. ..' I .. ... d '. I F. DIBBLE Agqit at JftckaonTflle.U. : ) .B F.r 4YAP, Ufu N__ 'L R ..
roofs of buildings at less original outlay, regarding: ;th Bermuda: Grass duced heavy crops yearly. It was an '.( .\ I ..1 I... ... ;. .': S. MAIL LINE : JtAltDE' ;; :.RzA f'- -rzuow: .0..11 .

and lee labor in raising it for use than (Cynoden dactylen,) might v inter- exhausted field, and as an experiment, .: ; ., 't-"I';: .i'J" .t'1tv A'tSO JUvw kgetii*, for at'':IzMIr.1r.(:J'i2"1LJ; Q'1ll.tlJt. &t

.h7 1_ _\-mi 1t o y {*, t iS-nrm",it frimpring5crtreamsitismypurposO esting to some of the readers of the BUBAL. the owner plowed it very deep, and gave .,.., ,; '. '" ,..ii. i-! .l -. ,. OOlca 9ih- .Al-o.' .. variety. ToiIet. Soape zre ,"< -
; to From the best information I could it a good coat of lime. When I examined .: '.,; ; <: .,' ,ittm.-Dec.2-tf : ..', r.ALIq' -

lay before yonrreaders a.description of obtain in the South, this grass was first it in August last it looked well, ::<. { I .JMFANrL.: -

a tikn which I have practically tested introduced from_ Bermuda to St. Mary's taking the'dr ut4 ,into:'Qnsid r on. t _ED ALMOND.rll ,3SPARZ4'f

: # 7eari4which / -perfect in Ga.; 'In or about 1835. two.planters From my experience; and that _oi A nnilE the FAVORITE"St.Johns"now steam named packet the,"formetlj.. kwm" as' : I ISO _)/i' t JtOSS .

i .atetion to numerous patron*.- from Greensboro', Ga., visited' St. Ma-, others, with tho. Bromus Schiederian- fieaaral .Mercha maiss rL EBBENGEr.v y 3To ---i-5' : ,PUJl"l. < .

I '".tLh4t 'Bunple, least expensive, 'iTS' and wore so .much pleased lyjith urn in an arid climate, I am convincedthat commanded by Captain O. It. Ingrah nil. '*atpUap, r. C. ; 0.pai11ll. wiIJ' berjlrrd to male ,5Tc-4.

Q *most m\'Cnienhmd least Hablo to "get i the graS8.thllt.upon ,their return each it is peculiarly adapted to. the / mancntl on the line between Savannah, lit; and i'a- the usual i bought and jie.and any 4jfrt 'Y';.1:

out of order, of any mode yet discovered.It one placed a turf in his saddle.baw, South.-It will. produce two heavy laths KA! ,touching,and all landing at Parico on Unmiiwici the St.'JbbuA'"rf'VI.'I'.tl.Fcrnandina YAry, to, IU subject margin to MKht pL.Do&.eq11al Our motto ba qutity shall be'11III:-e1n1 r prke to 101... :4 .a.t

consist in placirigF in, an upper Upon their arrival at home, these turfs crops each ner. WhIt the Bromus Palatka cartyin the U.& ,MaiL She Trill:Jeare Sa sold tention mvettled paid to 4V1resMZ1beretnr .r. -It'
,at 100'c19clr .A.i M ',rrtve at Vf.ey.
room ofame of a' dwelling or other were carefully. planted and nursed; and and oats cut at a proper season, and 'r'efor No. 2. HOEQ'S BLOCK BAY ST., vl1nnah Jacksonville every on Saturday Sun II)', and ntUl'D.iu will It'Ave" for UUlA cjcohango t ltO'Uf'ST J'R rAID JooR

building, a WOflcntAuk.ofpino; plank from these small turfe the grass has winter pastures, difficulty wouldbe Savannah every Tuesday or at' t ftPPIy o'ilocf'.A.un board: C.or to For. Medicinal fIO T.4 H.J1f.Ub
without metolio lining, ana 'conductingthe spread over a largo portion of Central i experienced in wintering stock in a 4l. engagements JOlIN.H.\ B.UUIL'I at Jack.ion& .ae., .Pun } : : *11.&*a(:0.*wi U
water The tank is supplied Georgia. These would-be benefactors Georgia.I Septcmlr23-tf .. ., Kyc -HTaIl"w. ana Grease sent to L.. J Taai S
with a spaciouy overflow 'pipe, which who first introduced it, have been anathematized am convinced that a great deal of Jacksonville Florida ._- 'I'un Pure Old liih ; .riedve: the hSpe

4 connects withJGI cistcnrin: tho ground. by thousands ; 'or> it is con- ignorance prevails in the Northbrn Steamer Sylvan Shore, Iur Pure,,; '1 .61&-

r. The suppW' to _the.bathroom watorclosc1 sidered the groat curse of the planter.For States relative to tho resources of the Pure Port Hherry .4::

and kitchen is drawn from thoiJ1'Olr8C when it once obtains a hold on n.ub South; and if you think that thu ro- !
!.. : -.J J .l _f '- --- *!_-._ _<%nl,1 pin.uinteresting >.4 : CJill.EKUut
4. *z- --j -* - .
.. frpiuih. ,cicrnJn the. ground gentleman, residing near Greensboro', too happy to communicate them.-liu- y stock of pxdaJUun M oOcnd at : James" Tucker, ..aW.'U9rnqt .
Captain : ;Ji ,
by using o:pump ia the, kitchen, whichis Ga., has been fighting it for over twenly iII: New Yorker. 10 A.VY :"_
; LR.\VE Savannah rvwy Taewlafftt
both a suctiqn.and force pump and years, and, like Ciockett's coon: has '- g -,- ., 41, T\7TT.i M.,arriving at Jacksonville on :!,\Wodnf'loda.- : 1 RftaBtlSlKt .gg'

by closing' on the supply to the consent d to down. Its destruction A letter-writer that Returning will leave Jacksonvillo cvt-iy ThursLtYnight .,.,
finally como Naples says several after arrival of train from the woRt.Jacksonville FOR ., -. -.7 "
kitchen sink, the same pump will fill is so difficult, that when it onco Roman Catholic priests have declared :aaED ;IJ S. Feb 17-tf }'. DI HOLE...o'nt. "IX -

the tank in the building from which tho secures a footing the land is abandoned. their intentions of marriage, tinder ALL.kind in the of ; KSO: : : 4I .
bath and;water! closet aro supplied.The Plow it under, cut it up, expose it to the new law which makes marriage FOR General Divan, &,all*. 4t:No. "Efn.mmf8' El 3ck, '

cistern ,tho ground is constructed the air, or do what you may, so long as a civil rite, and ono has already been manniT. shop r. they hav.*juit vpened.a large and > .a

in.the: following manner : For a one joint is left, within a few weeks you united to a lady Naples. The writer r i jQ 5- Jacksonville. }1\. > <- .' tockcf'- '

cistern of the least expensive construction will have a luxuriant stool, throwingout thinks this example will be somewhat I.Q)rE.UrEn United: State General' Mai',Sb'J will I'y leave, Capt.Jacksonville Ifciw,carrying fur Palat-the Medicines'Dni ;j

I make a circular excavation: two its runners in every direction. extensively] followed.A ka,and intermediate landing. every Hfttitrdny! mornintf Fr.F. [ ;,

feet six inches, .in depth, and tlirco feet The Bermuda Gross-is a dwarf grow- farmer near Bay City, Mich., lost DRY GOODS. ht landing J o'clock.fur Enterprise anti will leave on every Palatka Monilav uml at intermediate 3 A- M. llo- MRS.| -UI.,1 her 'Cliejriicala' .
diameter of the cistern under turning will leave Enterjirion the -l.h1L'O,1.Iv\Urn- sonviilf,uiul can Perfumery, .
in than that ordinary
greater ing species attaining, his wife Ixwrder-. The wh ( "
early ono morning, recently ; lag fuMoM-inir nt S a. m., and Psilatkn: 011 1 bnrday morning 'fF ii
is to bo, making this excavation circumstances, a height of from four to hitched his team and drove to tho I at 8 A. M. Freight fur Silver fprinz hn 1 ulllwl- boat: can laud .- cy-j Mr '
level the bottom. This completed six inches. The base of the stem for ina\on the Ocnv.-ili.-i! taken at through mtej. :. PtMeli' s t
on .
city with his servant girl to buy the Fur freight or rassa:i', avi>ly on lKKir-1 or to ; '.1'n.i.i1: 1VarnishI' .
drive a stake in the centre of said ex several joints, is prostrate, covered by for the dead and while there JOHN cr..\ .1C. :;- .. .' ... \ .
garments ; Xarch 10-tf Agent,Jack mviUe. ) Caj>.,inof n.,._,.,
foot and is dense and :
cavation and mark out a circle ono I sheaths, very lognious, T ',. '. .
married the girl, being a widower less ort we ran( :
six inches smaller on all sides than the the remainder vertical and succulent.The HOME SriLVGUES w"re1I.m.acn> -windovGni: ;
than twelve hours. The wifo attended New Orleans 1'
new them in '
excavation already made, then excavateto leaves vary from throe to four inches COCHECO, REOATi'A, uiveu PuttyP. t,

the desired depth, leaving tho wall of in length, and number from five to the funeral next day attired in AMERICAN, GLEN COAUXOLD'H \'} APALACIIICOLA "D ST. MARKS, I>-0-tf ; 'Tarnishes,
deep black, and was one of the principal ----- --- -
the excavation with a slope of about eight upon each stem. I inclose a specimen -: GLOUCESTEU AND OTHER PRINTS, Ite mourners for her predecessor.The fJ.f, .:
ono half inch to one foot in depth, making for your examination. liLEAClIEI) AND BROWN SHEETINGS, The Florida .:\iul every' *article that is usually kent 3 a

tho bottom and walls, or circumference -I The mode of propagation and distri- largest distillery on the continent SHIRTINGS, Steamship ] First Class Establishment

of the well as smooth as practica bution is, to a certain extent, a disputed was opened at Louisville, Ky., on TICKING, llICII.\nD 1OAC1I, Commander tLty .luii--Ti: !.pr 'n-taU at fair pticx'v. 'rlin
Then the sides and bottom Planters have used the 19th under the of "Tho Ken- DKNDIS, I liave St. ilaik.for New Orleann oil the lut STAPLE ,1bl coiui'rv solicited tatiirfaction. t -
ble. cover i point. every effort name HICKQKY, WILL. 13th, on arritul of car*, tOUl.hing1ftpal"h- -.: >-?-tt : i. t
with one coat of good cement mortar : ,to prevent its spreading, as well as tucky Bourbon Company," incorporated USX All URGS, irola the 2d anti Ifith and Iravin wme iLiyn. Will leave i. : ,
8th and 2301.nt
about half inch in tluckness. An i to effect its destruction but all their by tho Stato of Now York. It is MERINOS New Orleans for Mt. JIarka on the !
overflow ; FRENCH 8 A. M., touching at AapaaJiicoa! .on the 10th and23th / tUOCKKEV. :; M Bosmcs a
J pipe is to inserted near tho surface : efforts have proved futile. I was as- owned by capitalists in tho State of Now AVOOL DEIAINES, ,and leaving Kuue'laws.AtENT&. \J articles of : ; .: ,

of the cistern, and tho supply and suction -' sured by! a number of intelligent gentlemen York, Boston and Louisville. Its capacity ALPACAS, A. Dl'tlhmn St. Ifarkii. Twine for all kipL4 and other of

pump pipes are laid on the excavation that it would not perfect its seed for distilling whiskey is over a MOhAIR TABLE, DAMASK, W.1'ost U.&1'Drter Hobby&, 133 Cti.,Ui-avier.\ApuUchii Street! ., Sew Otleano.ApiUll3m door 11-tf the: l'ot\t f. 'esale.- and detail

: first made. Strong timbers are in tho South, and to test tho correctness million gallons a year, besides an extensive TOAVTJLING, a

: then laid over the cistern, tho ends of of tho statement, I gath'redseoo in various quantity of flour. NAPKINS. -- -TOWING.---- -- -- (CIIAS. r uggsts

1 tho timbers are to have *a bearing of localities ; and : s far a? "|Ilm ableto The New York City Oo\"ernmcnthavc n HE powerful new tus t" .jl'3nt,Captain ilcl.->mara ..- ,

one foot and six inches at each end on form an opinion (without experiment LADIES D GENTS JL in now permanently on the river for the purpoBC of
a liberal way of spending money. Inl towing Vett.*:!*, 1U11, &ccIl.s.. -3, Ambler & Hoeg's Block,
tho floor of tho excavation first made. I induced GENERAL
) am to that it 18Gn two items printing and stationery ..FAIUC1ULD, Agent.Xov. '
A double floor of boards does not 11-tf. S .1 .
rough aro possess vegetative properties. The : JACICSONYILLE FLA.
were caleulqjed at 8145,000.
then laid upon the timbers, leaving an However, I inclose some of tho seed for City, Government voted for the purpose Ha n dicer chi efs..A.nd WIVE. OROTETE .VT/? .

oponinjr of about two feet square in the your examination. : cnu.'iantIy on hand,a largo and wed stud.
: $6 OOO the former askod h ..
sum being ): a-tncut of
board covering, around which a plank The popular opinion with regard to WATCH-MAKER: 5c1temnber 9 '
tho Comptroller; and before tho end of S .JlE.Dlt.ISEs..CHZJlIC ,AND FLYCT
curb is set on the covering, tho curb is its distribution is as follows :-In feeding pOL : : ARTICLES .
tho year $310,324 71 had been spent.A -_ .' c-onun: 0, FORSVTH AtDJacksonville SIWS -"', '- 5AAA 3000 | /.vr.s; WIXDO cr.Lts,
to bo covered with a trap door. The hogs and other animals, pull up the 1000 OILS 8T..jTIONUlTp

tho earth is then returned, upon the prostrate or legnious portion of the divorce case, now before Chicago Fla. 5X> CUrLIEr rc. .6TC.mot .

covering and raised a few inches above grass which is so dense and indigestiblo Ill., courts, has a very humorous feature Hosiery in Great Varioty. I>1>Pr.CTKCLLY informs the citizens of Jackson-I 50D 5UO : .\ which may be found
\ villo awl ,'kinilthat he has returned again and ,Qataine. Castor Oil, Cream'Tartar, &a2ca.4.
the natural surrounding grade of the that it passes from the animal undigested about it. The defendent is one of (14Ttthi t lib;J.ace: of a.huT'c.. in store aui 3l1"to Bine Mann,Sulphur,2f agnesta,-kc,
twin brother in business and Sir. (t. will he l& p|>y to receive thu Y.trmtazctf tis
ground, and neatly sodded. This completes and takes root whero dropped.I partners ]FANCY GOODS, P..I.TErr XEDICDES.
ioInn4 irioh to have their .
old frii- as inuiy new one a; '
'the whole operation for the cheapest was assured by several intelligent gen- tho resomblanco they boar to each other TRIMMINGS, w.khc.4' ttitrfal y repaired and jfunnuiteed, and*lu>i>e-. IKv.. 30-tf '! ._.*. 'Aye?'. SarsaparqLi, #f
,. Cherry I'Vctom! Ayer Ague i Indiaayif .
is that the herself is that.1 bit: l-i s;enein-e af a pr.wti.l"tml! kt'r for a
mode that of the least.first cost. tlemen that had noticed so striking lady BUTTONS, ,
or they repeatedly 1 the I.,.* fni-'y' :..- r" ill 111i4 country and Kjrofe, ht.-will Thl.P Killer Kad'ways .r.
But a preTerable modo and ono which, it in this state in tho evacuation of ani ;i unable to indentify her husband, from BALMORALS. be a*ie to gmt. in.] "iti.-fiti<>ii to nil \vb. lixw y oiiw. : Asi.- ':. .and'* YarmIuge.-W'orm Candy,Bonth .. mwicaa
BONNET AND BKLT lUBIiONS 01LL ..u':.. ti bo All watohc warranti.-d nOK1 'Vt'r \lIgu. Remedy .Brown' EM. Gwtq.r&ua4e's'a ,'
> repaired. oat -
is generally adopted, is to construct the mals. "When heavily stocked and whom sho has been for a long time sep KLNIS.Fimi1ihing )t4r. Juu 27-( iaiAty: \ Munthln?Syrop Hyatt'a Lit,Bsianm.
arated. ------ ---'&.B"oO"l1l; Linimrat &*,i',5dm.
eastern in the samo manner that I have closely pastured, it forms a dense mass vFcMI, -fmp 5i. and Tar, XeVtuuT XUwr. t.ia.i Q
described that tho diameter of of verdure from 'lour : --- BaLeman's Drops, & Pbetoszn .uUaekguwn6D ,
except varying two to ---- -- --- -- \ Board,Blank Books Waiteta .

tho first excavation is to bo four feet inches high; and tho more closely it is MI3L.EIJSTERY.. _. WATCH-M KER .93Th ILilr.Trjothi Cloth Sharing and "Whisk &
?y ov
greater than tho diameter of the cistern pastured the more it seems to thrive J LIST ARRIVED AND NOW OPEN; ON th. VI _;i .%. f 6\ ..atkd A. PERFTMERV, ETC.

is to be, and two feet deeper. On this On tho commons around, and in some Forsythe Street, AND DEAIXU IXVLOfK'ft. .... A tSKXT far tracts'",Extracts Colo"ne SIght, hair Blooming Genoa SrviodS. ," J'mc1 Xz-
<. FI.i I It. \
W.11rl1F. V ((fK.1, ILL Soak
around the cistern nine-inch of the roads and streets of the towns of I'owder, b tjadtiff
projection a "TfT Y.\1 D8 West ohhe rOllt Oin-f. on tho opKwite CLOTHS JEWELRY, _\u'ibt 25 =! ""*
brick arch is based, and when tho archis Central Georgia, where it is daily pas I tj Hiile., A well .-.ll'Cktllor! Kushionalilu. Sprin CASIMERS VUJLKnr, 1.1.VCI CfOD.\ IYSU3IMKIU5 -. 5 ice, &e- .
Oool Moderate profits uid quirk tr.v1. Thankful .CMlDIES-. .
carried over so that an opening of tured by large numbers of cattle and I for past patrona iL.A. MATTAIK. NEGLIGEE, LOCK P.AY-ST1IKET: I : Dro\ Sugar ana 'Burnt. ... fepttnatf

three feet diamcter is left in tho cen hogs, will be found some of the most April H-1m WHITE AND FANCY LINEN. Dec. 21 jicKMisriLLE.. rtA. tf I IJrops Lozfiagca,*e,Ac.STATIOXEBT.. '
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tre, a perpendicular nine-inch brick dense pastures in the United States. ,
SEGARS SEGARS t Watches and Jewelry.WATCHMAKER .t t'r.St1ie-: l wbcap tPaper, White sad T
wall earned up to the surface of tho I I From all I could learn, I am convinced i TIm Knvclopsv. )
grade to be produced in covering tho that it will stand heavy stocking better FINE HAVANA SEGARS-Very Choice. variety of they if-a:: "' C1rI'LBRT..

j arch with earth.and this brick curb is than any natural or artificial grass in DOMESTICf SEGAU-Yarion8 Brands.TtniKISII CLOTHING. A. PECK, rida their;and stock mare by I .Iazor,Uwa'r S FockeJrDfns anal.

.to covered with a trap door as before the country. Antecedent to my late ALSO AXD any quantity at TOBACCO A2CD .
thu public that 3V,AjaJeraon.v Solace and Auclr. Ei'ickiaiet.tifcanghal ,
doscribod.I visit to Georgia, two monthshad elapsed SMOKING TOBACCO assortment of , lDOll'*Seaokiat ,,.-m. CIp .

I The latter mode is the cheapest and without rain, and everything but the JL Bis Lick Smoking Tobacco 1"\TCll- JEWELRt"1 of the beet-brand. ICeohaonv Inutatn:: Xaranmn. ,
Eight Bower Smoking Tuliacco ri 'A eT hr, e. Dai-
most in the end. Bermuda Grafs suffering. It moad y tche .
satisfactory was seems Killid nick Smoking Tobaooo-genuine Including a new .lIodJ:1lak: -f
-It is of the- greatest importanco thatthecexaentbegoodandthesandusod j to possess'the power of enduring heat Fine Anderson's Cut Chewing Bolacu! Tobacco public in L1qt'Oas. PB .1'<

I and drouthjo a remarkable extent. Anderxon's Amulet KKEPS constantly on hand a well relectcd stock- of timber carts \:Sherry: me.I'; .Wine. HoBMid Gin,108Blatfcbcrry *-
O. K. and Shoes. ; '"and Jewelry: and all other articles on hand and" ky nrandy,Lemon Syrup, V ai2a Srnp.
sharp? clean. In arriving at tho Many portions of Georgia possess a For sale at Currency* or retail by Boots Homily reduced kept liy thc trade, wLich he fUll to the Ins\ Ail,dune kin.l-1 at of B' : ltkpUrry Syrup' Strawberry Bjiup.PAEtTSi .

: capacity of the cistern required, it is :rather firm, red clay subsoil. As a natural t-: P. WEB3TKB & CO., Dnt giFtll i-riutv. OILS,"ETC.
No. i Sammin' Block: Bay Strcat, Jacksonville, ]'hLSign
Feb. 17-tf lte Le.t,Chmme Green,Chrome y How, rru.IatIr
only necessary to ascertain tho amount consequence of tho light nature of of the Golden Mortar. Feb 3-tf INCLUDING ALL TIlE NEW STYLES .ALSO Blue, RedTOid Black: Painta Lfaueeti O'.Benmw"

of waterf required daily, and make tho the surface soil, the heavy rains of sum OF -\v_. 'W. lluter Puns, AVauting, ks.,- Ac.V .!o w 5
Liqui.1 Blue t6UiUI
I cistern of a capacity that will supply :mer, and the lengthened period, many TO ARRIVE SOON.Extra : LADLES, CUTLER1STA1TIOXR1; II '.. '''Citrate1 Petroleum of MaAeB. CoDerW*. Extract. ntakilf
tho of Central has been ; I l.ot lk'l'l'_&&. 7L 7-cf
for of MISSES
amount Georgia
ninety days, a period Euginc Oil, Tallow Oils, Winter Bleached! ANDCHILDREN NEITIXG XACHIXES .
'Which duration, without rain rarely if 'cultivated, the surface soil have ,been will not chill as lard by 2 degree, and warranted: a Doors (
heavier gravity,City Lard Oil V inter IJleac .e .,War. Fancy Laced, Balmoral, and Polished varieties. AXD A VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES, .
ever occurs in this region. To arrive at washed away and the subsoil is exposed.On ren's Sperm Oil, Now Bedford Sperm Oil, New Bodfordpcrra AU kinds of rctuiirlntr,done at short notice' and work MAP' $
the quantity which a given area of roof these washed hands where the clay ? Oil, for Locomotives or Head Ugh!!. Extra Me. warranted. At the old stand of C. I>. Ok, Ocean .
tallc oil,pure Mecca oil, procured from the Mecca street.A. M. Iteed'u Hiiildinir. Feb.3-tf : OF THEJ .
will supply in a year in this region, by is exposed, it seems to delight. When Wells Cleavcland. Ohio, w.irrantc-d tho bent on the Glass Crockery >
___i the of rain which is introduced its extension is rapid Continent. Also, English Drup Black Oi1 in asHortcd nay JonNsLRivEB: :
average amount very cans, Boiled Paint Oil Pure St. I>awrcucc White Lead, O. A. CASE & CO., Mch 10-tf ST.In
about thirty-six inches, we have only to covering a largo extent within a year.I Highland Lead, Bamea white Lead. New Sectionii'fironi. ONE to flflTC: mil
York Lead Yor coloring and Biiading, Mineral .3IAIrn TO ORDER
multiply the superficial area of the visited Covington, Ga., on tho 28th of Paints, Refined American Limp Black, Wooden and Willow-Ware. JEWELERS: : ,

building in kct _T by twenty-ono, the last August,.and to study tho habits of in Prucian assorted Blue can,in, Oil English, In assorted or? Halndou'n cans, Crome Green do Greene, Le-, Fhys dfiucatiH Iwmd.4 and of Spanish IBM o,Grants*United; and State Topograpty Sumy brx oT

_1 average number of gallons which falls. my hobby under different circumstances, high Metnllc TIo.heUOchre, Freneb Cromo Yellow In AT .\ mile on either bank of.the River from iu m Ulk to
Oil,la assorted cans. Also, Carriage Varnish Xo. 1, In E All j! VAPS. Jbrnr7'lLF.nOYD
upon one foot. Tho rain-water which visited an old field covered with this Turpentine,Copal do fur furniture Brown Japan In gCD; k ANY ,Comer' otYcriythe and Ocean 8t&

fall upon rural buildings if properly grass. In one corner of the field I found Turpentine, Kngllsh Patent Dryer In Assorted can., In A'ry AT Feb 17.-tf.. ekAooviDe,J1a.:_

stored in cisterns, will be an ample some graves of Confederate soldiers buried 011. English VeneUan Putty lu Bladders, Assorted LADIES Z J3L1:
supply sizes, all which Offer to consuuicrs, and hope to c Sash and Blinds
for the family in tho dwelling, or in tho begining of last April. In secure the patronage of Many. friends In Host, West, .1 EfX Efs SIOX Doorsj. .
but ,
Middle and South Florida To prove them to .J d -
liveStock in of the turfs of tho Dec 80-tf
housed the farm build- ono
by filling graves, try them. The paints can be nii&e4 ao as to secure any BTEAWSILK 0 t, EVERY STYLE AND SIZE
ngs. Bermuda Grass had been covered by shade. They are cheap.and lasting .and I.want to c .
_ build up a trudonscqucully will not run any customer }FUR AZ C03ST AXTtr:OTT K45D AXD M*S*UT BT
As country houses are rarely built so red clay. It.made its way to tho surface off with high prices-quick sales aud,moderate JOCKEY, o
close and sent in direction. profits is my design in order to enlarge my bUill nUll. "\\ : BI Om1
to a roadside as to the runners .
expose every Machinists will find a groat save In uSIng the oils;; AND OTHER STYLES.GENT'S ,, ... ,
roofs to dustfrom the road, there is One runner, I measured, was fivo feet Tho above Articles' are purchased from the manufactures '1 1 30. ,ySfre, Saraniuh, Ga.
direct. Give me a call on Korsyth street,75 yardsWest DO.ORS
very little'necessity for a filter. The four inches in length. The joints were of the Pout office on the opposite oldc, where I uib%t-U r

water will generally bo much purer about two inches, apart ; and from each hope soon to be. open. 8. R. MATTAJll. WOOL AST) PEALEK8 IK FINE TTATflirKH. SILVER

than thatbtalnea: Jrom.. city water joint a mat of roots had been formed ; April 14tf.rjnusis WAKK JEWELRY AX1J OOLI l'I SAo [ PAVILION BOTI1
-T EN1'1i for the American patent chronometer,the -
"* a z- ALA ** r.1t rtr iarqre nunipor"oi Bftxmi.1J .-form .a SINGLE AND DOUBLE ,& watch in ho world ladiea gold enamelednSvo'rVlfl6S'

the water in the cisterns in tho ground, To forma lawn or pasture it is cus- Physician- : FotlceTYJuSeii.'atmrUxi and -1Q 1l111'; PwtO5100 Patent!: "Rn i i COIL.. _jnSETTNO. ._ ANTJ.HASEL STSL-
I by wall of Phyiiician l'ocket Vial CaHCIrIOlw,1 A(tents for Snow's American steel pen used in,all the A ,
building soft
a or tomary to plant it few feet
a apart ; but Eat'rhumb Lancets genuine public schools oU'cwYorkWATCHFS B, 268 .Q a.RCRqTOK: :H. C.
= bricks, across tho cistern. The my impression is that large acres of Tooth Forceps, a nortedBiingc

water isrreoeh'pd into the cistern on ono could be readily obtained by adopt pasture Surgeon, glaiut Needles metal and and.Silks India rubber ffelt and Children's. Hats. AND JEWELRY REPAIIIED Near .;It .BU, .' ;E1), Prop'r
: KtetofcUitffilfcrwauVand: Prolong and warranted by Mr.Case, who has IS ytfarn experience A large a. 4 :
pumped from ing the following course.:-Plow an exhausted Uvula Spatulas i In tho principal cities of the' country. 'AH goods hand,and made .1awfr; Payday. tttrw. dollars.
thorn other sido. J and work warranted. '' n -
: C. .0\ CASK.December -
Water thus filtered, fieldin: a deep and thorough Teeth Filen,astiort d 16-tf J.J.HOLLAXD.oo ; .. shipping orders.April --T-K'- .
11i at is, by causing it to flow through manner ; harrow and seed down with For sale by S TATO'ThT.PAP.i 21. '
_ the pbros pf tho bricks, is purer than thepurestspring rye. Then..tnke sod Bermuda Grass aa 4 fiammu Block Sign of the Golden Alortar. Jil E Bn-e.nii.Tox., ;;BKAt; >FbBD,:& EENICK, .

\ water. and chop it into small peices with a Dee 30-if ENVELOPESPENS, e 1PIANO.S S -\. IJXJJlJUSSlO.Y. JERC2L1.

Therfirst cost' ,of constructing a cistern sharp 'The prepared sod 'to be rrSouthern AND MUSIC.TUXER .. ; t 1if. dwa Y,,N. Y.
the '
brick arch- over it, and the placed in.a carl hauled 'to tho field and I ;INKS : AXD REPAIRER flAXOSIA.CKBOKTILIE RECEIVE ;CONSIGNMENTS OF

brick filter complete, is generally less thoroughly strewn over tho soil ; after Express Co., -* PENCILS. } 103 Bay "*86utlierii !Pine.

-: tharf that of sinking, :a; well, ,and tho which the field could be rolled to force LrAVINo: established Express routes through Florida ,.SXA. 1t"
labor of drawing the water the I .Lj. art prepared to receive'and forward,freight and Office. torncr, oftor,yth Xctcnan-sh-cttt.. A' : .ark-(.the *a-ruijcu:
infinitely grass into tho soil. If at valuable James T. Patterson Bavaimah
: planted a I iiockage to all points in the United Utaie and ( : Ua.-
- .kwas: L'p pf rainwaterawbturning favorable season lain satisfied, that almost -i i on Europe all the with railroads dispatch.and.steamers Competent from meoscngen this place running in connection TOILET.AJSTD. : :. Fob.17 Uramily Groceries. Orders by in the Clayton C 1lfMU Adfcir. .*Purme'Atisnm.Oa..(.

a oCk.and: thai por every p portionwould'tako In with steamers and railroads from Savrannah lowest market.. .ar.l.-.m. .

tion;: of it to be pumped from the cistern fact it_might be planted at, regular' dis of Ga.,North> and, West.. For'It further K. HARMS information Ant enquire, Bye rB Jaa27-_ S --

will not generally require to be lifted tances like corn. Tho rye i would furnish March IGJmXCk. J,SaaunU1.Bo( k.r PATENTED OCTOBER 13, 1863. -S : BOUSE ,&'BRYANT,
more than one-fourth of the height that a largo amount of winter food for ICE. r Black ., ..Dark; Green fj TVST.ctox all. r. 1JOt.a,' *. jj w. '.1'nt.

it would irereit obtained from a well ; stock would prevent- the of "' Black for Silk Light Urcen' ta'I.' (Formerly ef JaekaoaviSe'
I and last, but not least the if weeds and : ,growth ICE delivered at tha depot and on board stamen in FAN Y ART Dark Blue .Magenta Ateo a very IrAzwJNgA7jcotLLI7o.JrMw'JLLNTS,.
supply,. would furnish a, temporary order. ICatc 2% oenU. per pound for WLBS. Light :Blue .Maize j collection.. For .
directions carried amounts less than MO .Exceeding COO'pounds 2 1M s A r.srw34r4N4 my are out; Will bo protection for, the grass.Sornowill French Blue Maroon \WhoICt'&le
- exclaim April 28-tf. ,QlLiiA.FAIliCillLD.SITUATION Claret Brown Orange tortAr.No.4 'LLipvcpionjp.wariine rietsj andT JIt-
more reliable from the cistern than from that such a mode of obtaining .a Dark Brown link Y goods,sales! oaeeaajgBaMB and all! -

airelL It Is:very desirable: have the pasture,would_bo;paying,dear for.'one'swhistle 'WANTED:. Light Bnuff Brown Brown Royal Purple Purple. : F. : .kot And Oraocriea win abo LIqaCI.&JIeU1asi keep constanUr on hand hn1'n'a **- S

- rump in.the kitchen .;which is always ; butwhenwo take into considera A HIGHLY; educated and accomplished Southern Cherry Hafinon"Crimsm .1 Materials FairtekaTirCtfa ..
in the ladyj dMire a situation as govctnncM In a private Scarlet : :other goods and manufactured article fce aato J-
-r.,practicable use of the cistern and turn the fact that: hind 1BT.PBRPU.BRY
- can be purchased family lleferenco given and requurd. Address 'C." Dark Drab Blatv ". ,and SOrJIe1' are Agent. Orkf
generally impracticable ,in the use of at from,threo .to 'six .dollars 'acre; Lock Box 38,Jacksonrille. Fla.S3T Light Drab. BoUerino And, T ( rwpoctfally aaiietted
per Tallahassee Meridian &Journal p1ca Fawn Drab January C-3m,
puSllah Violet .
- ,$nL'r, : .. .4 the utlay will appear'trifling.' la fact, one month,and scud bill to thU Office. ..' Light Fawn Drab "_' YeUow: l ; ." .. -
I have ooBstnfftod more cisterns during the interest r one,year oaf th "., : Apri12S-1m For dyeing silk, woolen and mixed good shawl icarfe .DtrrotHorrxa, jTO.itlT.HiUrCHAJTTS
purchaser dresses ribbons ai
gloves bonnets hats, leathers.ahildren's
ihp cuirtayeay"| than in ; To .oggers'and'JW.itMe : MEROHA -- -- Of.v..0. Z. Ot-"
any t pre- 'mdneylof good, Northern. land : TS I clothing and all kind of wearing apparel.i f' '

Tiouibne. "T. VmoxscHr, would obtain a good pastuiethat would .rpR AT vataabla tract of hud aor Oollahan Station ..!.sAvuro PER. :Ecr.,. ,("con : 101fei..Q_ _
JL Flotlda RaJOroad,known.aj the Bonchet Grant la For. cents YOU can color as goods .' HAS : 7oRW.U1 XZ2D4rruxzw4svAn -
_ gjlfljim NPr Landscape gardener. 3t,.fur many a.IU&t& Q
;_ ,aa, .indefinite.. period: Taking offered for ale. This tract oontaina abouL MO acres of :Fn otherwise coat five times that ram.' various ahadtt can- I=,Ship. ;
1 8I tho' very heavy timbered> Land and'.lies be '
cheap rates/prevailing in immediately produced from the same dye. '.Theproceaais ittrnte, '-Rer to H f1A.:
A c@t'eoIdi in ] on the Florida Railroad 28- miles from 'erndia&This .ud anyone con use the dye with perfect success., W-
a hbspita the gouthand.wages, at.$8 woald be ,Tlw>iwo a'd well tIn;.T nnah 'a i Ip-
1--- per month, nTeryadrantgoons point-to erect A sawmill to caU and eaunino rections in ngliah,French and German tnsideof. .each 'attentio te4 IGthe1tth.1tmIIPI2S "
; 'm:' oJxing him -'or the Joel could be. rafted to the '. ". !7" w. ; men of Cotton..Loaioer an4 PT0'
ex- it would OIt but a trifle to,obtain 'few Bt Johns .'.Pcnwwdina"pr Vf rtock Dcforo purchaaingPllODIJCE eb.-, mcka .s For sola wholoattJa and retAil br- Country .
byf way of Jfowatt river./: 7.iE.I'..WEBn'ER ally. Cco.ieiiisIcited1. b1ch55Yanceewi1Lb.m.d.a .
n" Uodl 4yQ1ngfind hundred '' ". .. CO-r ang-J.rta*,: : : a 7=
'EWfJ reiy acre of superior-pastured:But : ,.. .I.t.IO1 I ;.X:4 Samm1 J11ock.SlID of the(101"1ILnot. ;. "
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- ,ttJt eontAtntnlaboui 6OO. 'A. 1 :
t1Iubo'n1 'Dte.30-U'
J.I4'.ty'rim'U and in ,
.r J r rd there.arajnwrjrportions. ::, the jSpntK which the Tillage and station,of Callahan stand.' ." ,1:.., '. O : '' -" ,-_1-- .-- "mn.KEN'CJIt!
- wriJd1ild 4b doto for +" : : ?mst'E
when plantations bo.P ten to: ;J.'lL'F.AIRn.UJJ:8J .r. Vri-UABLE .
'! '., T" 'Itt!!':: fe' The ", ca.n !rehsd'' ':, ;?" ,- ;;-;: .U-DJeW',Book Store JackaoBTiae.1: ; 'Jo.r.. ,,: .t( ;') : S l44i5 ;! .H .'00 11' L.i
; 1 .I.'aD1'DlII".UAn a conmo reasonable terms'wjthIromTlOOio' ,300 'VIUftbIdWI8it-4be best on Bt Johns Wrer,U i ,lot,RavtcoataJit.s.t.iJa&itJ =
ACCt for Hie acres'of.lauf'WcU' with ale ofrotecL- Alsoj about 40.000 acres of Pine and JlumiJ'MarIo7i : XEk: if ) 'W TER-LOTS, $Q&: alf.fe,tl"'oFt.eit'j ); ;Ligbt .
; Bermuda 10ch 1a :EXCHANE .
.. 4ai Jn Al_ : iBtfcaad. on1 d otltay. : .., .
: .
.. i" 1 br W
ioa4 Grass. the 8t.John',IU'er.. 1'pI.ubo..J "1 -r .- t -B/ord / i .BaUQM l\diL .
"- Lot They & J!Oj'Cioc wP
L;' ,' ps&tt: hi '2fi-tf zses 'OAr" :: | E.. .
> 1.H 4' 1" October 'Wr04.' '10 Seat 4.!?:; '-.vnr.-.AIo8f.t. t J\V.<.A.I ? .a- '
'a UontUl'. ., lar April wt. Jan t-tj I SiT. .5' '_-

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