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Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1866
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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f0 : ever give the honor due to thoto woo .

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Ten unw Jfonpanel type or space occupying the name JAOKSON \lIIr:E legaey cf our country Iqv' JBut not nidth.. _
camber of line make o 1U (Who cut read the following beautiful -- -- --- FLOHIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 16 1866 confusion of was fierce alarmc-should we 'seek'
A Kbttml dwnoant 0 ycmrly advertisement. Allywrlradtertueinttit I our 0 irU Southern aangstrcmce poem by one of! was in IttA An our national glory. The : -
without Massachusetts cheerful sounds
*raurt be paid quarterly advance. equal to Campbell' *Lord Ullln'i pronouncing it I in 1639, quotes tho follow- : Entered according to Art ofHISTOKY 1.1V. ';W. workshop and of

JOB PXG we dare My. There not a Southerner Daughter who I"loret Ko one I tug passage from Jossely's account of his voyage -. 1866 by L D. STICKXEY, in the Cong'felO"Clttka' oftlcc In the of y.ai the' era extremity at tho Mantanilla shoal in 27 .. and the harvest factory, the hum "l utui.mereeA.
literature the dt.g.I } nal but joyful thorns
of his | to New District the
STYLE country but should Enand : "About 9 Court orthe Cnited 2.> N. turning point is about mutftt* our Mar-X.
) KVEKT neatly a promptly czeratedCA 'iytVfhPghn1 be proud of MaryEIZFII.E : o'clock of tho D111trll.1 States for the Northern I miii. L.,about opposite that of Key Largo. eeillaiso if
morning Mr. Maverick's or Jolorida.J point the From the Gulf we would have tho '*
to this
negro woman comb Id I Florida coast called Indian river Inlet I plAce the d'rection: of the "eetajxTpetu* v _
GRAY..r my chamber window and in OF As far I channel is from West to Kat 1 upon our banners. Tho tonftid'a over and '
her own countrie FLORIDA.BY as this point, one hundred and ; between Key .
Frau _
S- fifty miles north now tho nation gtarta
JOHN & CO. WHY WiNORM. language and tune sang very loud and shiiU-- of Cape Florida the coast is lined Largo and the Salt Key bank it begins to turn to The North anew open her1 course.-
CAY Oh! wildly blow the wind to I understood she had been a queen in her owii i I which from that point North it is by a strait the North and baa in its. northern hail a direc and South a. uni stand lnsx*tli tl :
lA U'ACUnEn OFrXAM And darkly seta the land day! country, and observed a very dutiful and hum- Z*. 13. STIO1 !>TEY.CHiPTIB broad ocean. faced by the tion from South to North. nuno flag, and come Wjttti. Cgfehk'tajoinia

SUGAR KOL- Oh! wndly MOWN the mind to 1aidllio' blflgarb! used towards her I XUI. The The custom to namo this Channel aAcr: the,ro'mmnn adventure of national prosperity. "
by proportion
,:ILL moaning billow. plough the sand, who was her anqthqr negro, In extent of territory the State of dimensions, and bottom for ia of Tl. la-st four years tas given to the North "*
IRON AND nR\SS CASI US. And looms the irtorm I maid. Mr. Maverick" who Honda is mation of this whole ate origin, introduced by the Eniclleh and
& ith was
thrmfnlag hand about to the six from I mini Sooth and *
New ncW'
equal .

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.teberSS Across the rolling bay I desirous to have a breed of negroes, and, therefore England States, and I; Manfanilla, and from Cape Florida after taking possession of Florida in 1.63.-' opposite traditions of qpsl
tf seeing she would not keep company.with a I I surpasses the three States of Pennsylvania.Maryland ,I' River Inlet, are about the to Indian Soon after, appeared on the maps "The Strata glory.f :

The storm will brnik thin very hour, negro young man he had in the house, he conimandod -i and Delaware. Its superficial area'is 69,268 I cribed at its commencement same in the as these des of Florida," or Florida Gulf and trait8."--' Pawmg: on in his address be asks : .

JOHN S. SAMMIS & CO., Now,by the Oh, 11-ten what of I ay I .him 'will she nil she to lie with her, 'j I square miles, or 38,000,000 acres,bounded on the 1! opposite shores,of the strait South. The Thia has now become the general name and is' Bow for can we now agree on deeds and exam*
moaning the North about pie
And bore w]hich was no by the States of Alabama and Georgia i miles } average forty translated into the J common a admiration Can the North
trCEIVING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. by the aca-bird's nUrtU-J roar, sooner attempt than she kicked distant and where the languages of all nations. It with
The storm will break thU very hour him out again; and this she tooke in highe disdain f' East by the Atlantic ocean, South by the gulf of ,! falls ofF very: abruptly every to the debth sea bottom is by far the most appropriate name because' nki her thousands of dead, with the death ago _

\VrOLISALE AXD DEALERS ly Ou, haUnt Eiflne GieylTo I' and was the cause of her grief. Refresh I Honda, and West by tho gulf of Mexico and hundred fathoms or of tIne Florida has more to do with the direction of the: still ringing in her ears, raise the hout of- *
BET.l more. But
ing commentary this the the Perdido riv r. It.has shore line on the of tho Southrn Channel than all the other countries joy,for Southern achievements and withna-. ._
GENERAL ) yonjvr rock amid the foam upon manners and morals extremity the channel between on its bor- i tiunal .
Atlantic and Cape Florida
IEnCILDISE j gulf coasts from dors. holidays re-echo the
St. pride and
llxli the Sainta. Marys river aud Bernini is tho 'I admir* :". .
rolling Lav11oor.d '
I I around the very nan owcfit of tion thAt swell -
PIa Tortugas to place the The the Southern
Jacl.ri ot the of tho Pci-dido Florida reel is hearfSI TfiT ad'
mercy of the t-torin. Many the Puritans were not as providentas of more whole! strait, and of the a series of coral forma- i
MI* .. "..1.. CB&R. I.. MATOCK.It. My boat i Idea wild: Oil riiccd thine ana 1 the "chaste and godly" Mr. Maverick than twelve hundred miles. Its geographical spot is gulf stream. This remarkable lions, mal king the northern limit of the Gulf I Davis ? Can the South, amid her mined chief,. ..
for sometime
U j hasten child and her j! called the amid
C. UHIII _. A. CASOT1. row home, extent embraces :wimw- Stream desolated fields in
Ob, Jw.kn,1Jl n, Grey Mr. Moore says that generally negro children I,, sf\vcn etogrccs of latitude and The Florida Strait South of the is i through tho Gulf of Florida. Tho coral where famine and.In waat, '
L. W considered seven and a half of longitude. nel narrows fun- inserts are Still luxury once revelled send forth the
were living and
as an incumbranco in a New i shaped, being ninety miles wide working upon it syco
AOC at
irCTIONtKR AX) Xuw Jajkcr still the lieavJT loxrer England family, and were given away like I, East Florida is that yart of the State East Commencing at the cape section there is Havana. building up these rocks from depths varying from phant victoria cfxultatioa on anniversary of Northern

MERCHANT, But one look Mor forth crccly lo:U the bay I pics." pup- and South of the Suwanaee river; Midd\ j 'lOlia -! descent of the bottom to tho Havana a rapid ten to twenty fathoms. They hare only in cer or seek the habiliments of woe in

MAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.coJIGETs is'uii'j pr y'J amid the fiom tniN"-t dark roar Jio.e-, Of the morals, manners and hideous condition !I" embraces the section between the Gawannee i from three hundred and fifty to eight hundred section tam places reached the surface of the ocean. sympathy Who for our sorrow P Who expects this ? _
A iuwl.er [ptth. or wiUT oar. of the Massachusetts negroes, decency forbids I and the Appalachicola rivers; West I'Lilda in_ itoms. ,Thn deepest Soundings show that the slope to ttu south. of can ever hope for such impossibilities r* .
ILrITED. roc orphan UHue Uruy 1 to say anything more but tho Mr us j I eludes all the territory Hx'3' tlf last ninn. ore ii}. .n.li"A \..u.water_ i, i follows, ", .the, ..coast_ tlu root. w.v.h. !s're.. .. -.. .-,.'-- ; nrr Thesa ara.1II n di *S.im**** __>\ A'i> M- L.--* -
in thc court of > uJ'a'I
rjr'l )
for jwnie* tlicywixh IJl\ZPR .v "
win .I.v& rn1fme '
porcaaM at the lo.'Uit marke-t 1ric.l.ricC \foorc.. lilbtory are replete with facts which i I aim tIle renuclo. That long low tongue ing eight hundred fathoms within five miles of breadth of the Gulf of Florida to <''. From country". .1'inan t, 1ram one BO
October IS-ly 1.01 With the mam-tide, to hind show that their condition was of land stretched out between the gulf of Mcxi- Havana and five bundled fathoms only five this circumstance I I young, the sentiments uttered evxUnco a mataj "
The infinitely with
Ixut worse another well
-- Bat who thon twvd came hi-r oVr up the the bay hand! I than it has over been in the South. i,i co and tho Atlantic ocean is the Peninsular division miles from Salt Key Bank, and three hundred established fact, that the coral insect cannot j rity of thought and intellect that would be cruditablo -

FRK DIBBLEJ; Oh! MW je set, 1-y human hand The work before us clearly demonstrates that i'; Florida. Its Northern limit would be close to tho island of Bemini. The action of the build from a dc >th exceeding tin to |I I to the beet and ablest statesmen of the
MERCHANT A :-ai: r.-.J tmtuim-up to liind! both Sumner and Palfrey have falsified !l a line drawn from the mouth of the St. Marks !i current seems to have worn a deeper channel on filhoms up, it be |inferred with twenty 1 1'I I I land. So, too, are the conclusions which he
> I history that j
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.Producepurdiaiedor wtc! Jiie But oay I JU in their declarations that no slave was ever !!, river on the West coast, to tl.o mouth of tho St. I Ij thc concave side of the stream. To tho North 'I the present may reef is the last *nd ultimate certainty wotk of I arrives from the premises ho !lays down., We

in ra fhiltks on i
< the sca-hird Massachusetts. In gradually the coral in this
a\'nC. ; In his lair! 1773, I region and that they will never I "Then V! ;
adon oonKiKtimenU__ t. _. 1._ _il_>_blo,.New York.: Oh What frigUt-i him horn his puy 1 tho Supreme Court of Massachusetts declared !; thirtieth degree of North latitude, giving a 'I forty-eight?and fifty-two miles, and at its northern bo able to obstruct the Channel by another similar from let not the pride of success withhold 1:8 4
u halll'a. the
1" th the length of five just appreciation of these
it MM luiiJ there, that a negro born in New the' nearly hundred miles, and an extremity between Mantanfllashoal and In- reef II glories; in the
And England
T. E. plucked her by hor lat.gll': hair, was average breadth of little than dian river Inlet! confidence of victory let us not substitute for the
BUCKMA To beat the Fomlinroc'Juo i mill air, slave of the owner of his: mother. So, at a later :j more one hundred I to sixty-seven miles, where the : The reef begins where the Keys begin near I!
J.H.XlW.'TILE FLOIlDA. Oil, vtib it Eifinc GAry I I day, in 1790, it was decided by the came tribu- j i and twenty miles. The_ country offers the same I, gates bf the brq'td.ocean are thrown open. Cape Florida, and ends with them near the channel experience ideas nurtured of a century's growth the new born,
OOMMI89ICN DEALER LUMBER TIMBER nal that a certain: negro born in the Province in general features observable throughout the low ) With the gradual increase of the width of the which from the in four years of war, lest then
separates Tortugas
MILL Bull:: in th- Rfoin on tLat wild co-tsl j lands of South Carolina and Georgia strait, the of group the flush triumph that now mantles oar cheek '
4C. narrow low
CEDAR, LOGS SIOLE WhTIi I Wexhani wasp slave from 1765 to 1776, when' bordering slope soundings facirg Florida Keys. TLe reef has a length of one .I .
'Ial'klf Iot"t.tI the should the
the hectic
! ALtO JX d..y Atlantic ocean down to about the the coast of Florida also prove glow which 13 the sxeetsign'of
she increases
s.arlli d SM r Hun his j-ost; was freed by special deal of emancipation. I and also the hundred and fifty miles, with a breadth of from j 1
eighth degree of nonh latitude. twentY-I distance of a dissolution. The North ana tho South
i SAW MILL MACHINERY And M-inu ntw tiny ott hu\o crossed I Three later the Court South tho abrupt slope with which the ,
years same and the same one to two miles, and stand in dis- 1 the
Tue beaten (-ori se or howling hoet, line, it is like the reefs and islands of its whole elevation sinks down to tho aa average East and the Went, must gather around on&
Judges unanimous ocean. At
October 28- by a opinion, held a SouthI tance of about five miles from the southern shore
or hapless Kiline Grey I negrogirl j ern extremity of coral formation. I Cane Florida this of I|'common hearth-stone, free from sectional and
-- .., born in the Province to have been the law- j slope soundings from five to line of maiiuKeys. Nearly the whole reef
"RICHARDS & BAXTER SLAVERY IN MASSACHUSETTS.We lul slave of a citizen. Amjle evidence can be I i be from Included tho main body of the continent; it would I ono hundred fathoms, is about five miles broad; is covered with water, but large sections of it f.i,i sectarian spirit from the learn tho lesson of a common
snirriNo, FOUWAHDING AND COMMISSION found in many portions of Mr. Mooic's \voik | thela.rgoVctt Indian Archipellagc the same width is preserved about sixty miles to have only a depth of six, or feet and others I prosperity teachings of our past expe-
MERCHANTS.JACKSONVILLE owe to Mr. George II. Moore, the Lilra- that tho children of slaves which extends from the Gulf and Straits of I the North, as far as Bleach Yard Hawlover. eight rienjje, from the warnings of our common Washingtrm. -.
ian of the New Yoik Historical were actually hold | Florida to the Gulf of come so near tho surface as to bo bare at low \ Ye who believe that
FLORIDA. J todctmanJ' and taken to be slaves, the of the Paria, situated betweenthe From this point Northward, by reason of the water. Numerous channels : tho prt.at prcveA
thanks for the masterly and mcrcUebs cxjKjBiire of the mother liable propeity owner 10th and the 28th degrees of North latitude. coast line of tho Peninsula falling back to the are cut through the i the viefScicncy of the republic .rtd "nrBU-,
to be sold
: and f of
transferred ret some have of fifteen feet.
Ve.br .- which he Las just pubbfcLed of the I More property however from Westward a depth with the delusive tocji of
impudent and j precisely like other chattels and held the nature of its the margin of low soundings increases In ; eagerness pha-' radica.
.i.uI fATiCK. EDWARD BAILI. utterly unfounded assertion of Mr. Jhas. Sum-I j sets in the hands of executors ,and administra as d origin it belongs to tho windward groupc of the.,;. perceptibly, at that to ten and fifteen miles, and boulders seine places'coral of coral have sands.loose been detached fragmentsand from ;c" l% $ turn to !his parting woris and see fore- *

SAVAGE & I ner, that "no person was ever born a blavo on | tors. With a cruelty which nothing but the Caiibec Islands, composed for the most part of : at Indian llivcr Inlet to thirty miles \\ithin these the reef and thrown it tho ll1t.ioo'7\d the very dangers that 1'OT surrotUliiInttUigntctr.
HALE the soil of 1 'achUBtts." Not only has Mr. i calcareous locks. lUrbadocs, the Eastern tnObt !j distances the hundred fathom upon by wavCJ5.t t UJJ.-J.tlanttJ .
truth of the
Mr. runs along
FACTORS CO ; history justifies, Moore traces the \ They rise permanently above low
wa cr ,
A..D I Moore uuhortcd Mr. Sumner and all of the chain, presents one of the most coast the
throughout strait
brought section
while i
original fugitive slave law I rcmuka:1 from
: in \
UOEU'SviiArr, provision the Fed- are sometimes collected in such quantities TJESTIMONY OF
his instances
pretensions to historic veracIty to grief, but eral Constitution | of a coral island, which Indian River Inlet the wide Atlantic spreadsout '
"Aiticlcs and
Pee.* J.\CKX\.lLI FL tf ho has punctured in many places the gaseous I of New England of May 19th of, Confederation 1643," which \ and successive elcv atory movements has been I in face of the coast, no great banks or Islands out th--5r at such naked heights heads as above to remain high dry.water., sire-aching TM< |:: The New York Herald ir 4. \i **. *Jafr
volumes wherein Professor Jolin Gordon 1'aliicy I I 'Confederation raised to a heighth of nearly tv.elve hundred mo Opi>osit to it, f WTA. while it in the are twenty such Keys which have received
McLEAX was ''
has glorified the holy horror of UIOEO bogus I of language feet: above the level of the sea. 1. sea bottom slope*off from low to dl't'p and deeper and tion Committee, thus alludej *.%: rjl J. B.i .
thc marked sections
so who framed it, intended principally to names, some have received
saints, the "Puritan Fathers," to "traffic in human I So far as the Peninsula of Ilorida is elevated soundings never to rise again. Although this i Steedman :
} AND COMMISSION advance the Kingdome of Lord Jtsus I special names. It is evident from their location
FORWARDicJ flesh." our above the water coralino insects is IL I Wo are reminded by the '... :,.
I Christ and to the have built upon sloping precisely as with the strait, the hundred that tho chief danger from the Gulf : iby ; cxprsssed
in navigating
enjoy also
CH The peculiar value of Mr. Moore's History I took Gospel puritie, I an older basis; currents and storms have detached I fathom lino is always in a greater distance Stream is this reef and the Gen. Sheridan those: 'f., :. J. B :..
to not
good care provide for the of fugitive I Keys or Martyr
AND HSUEASCE AGENT of Slavery in 31 aisaeh usetth" consists in the recovery the coral rocks and accumulated them from the coast as v.-c advance to the North. Islands. all i man, a not less gallant and via 'i, ..U s'd.iercf! -
negro slaes. The Saints in their articles Nearly shipwrecks in these waters -Ii
calm, dibpassionatc way in which he dissects and of | gether,while subsequent vegetation and to-I This hundred fathom line which is a well defined *the volunteer army. This o:I.."Mie '*',' .\'.;t n.
confederation been the
reef few
which '
for the rendition on or none on tile .
BAT STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA. utterly annihilates all the romance with which of slaves! provide j agencies have united them in a compact and limit of the sudden declivity to the bed of the : l by a member of the 4 m "< I '.<; Kecor.U -
to which authors of the
Keys sixteenth and
tf sententiously remark that "such sevrnUvnth .
M.y M New wriltrs have servant coherent 2. and the f i struction in order to elicit hij '. "
England surrounded those is mass. gulf stream, which at outlet of the straitis wa; rcr eam-
the centuries have
i I hard harsh cruel truculent part master's estate, and far more The contours of the Southern miles from given such bad fame -f,mon him to testify. II llII'iui"h .,'. lik'
adventurers, bigots considerable and Eastern thirty tho shore, preserves this distance is
T.: AJRTHID parte than beaste. In the throughout tho world. The Martyr Islands
H a
and sanctimonious hypocrites, whoso landing at j of eaily coasts, forming the borders of the gulf stream, as far as Cape Canaveral; off Mosquitobar or | those of Gen Sheridan, not .-t :l l.f' t : irno-.Ier J'
days when the Saints" sol Keys lie behind or North of tho reef, aa a -! .
Plymouth Hock should ever be regarded as an re-enacte-d 1 ate rounded and undulating like tho lines of a it is fifty miles from shore; off St. Augustine from guardian suit the Committee and SU.it.-itn .*j*> t-v' ex--"
emnly the laws the of
Merchnt of Moses attempted dangers tho reef itself! In |
irreparable calamity, like the appearance of the j to justify all of their cold they river shore, and.were evidently formed and sixty-five miles, and off Fernandina eighty-five have hand amined. In reply to the qu-(1'J'.n'lut! elass ,
blooded and many cases they given a helping to
Prompt attention gncn to Fori a Business. small-pox among the Indians and the rinderpest atrocious misdeeds towards the Indians and shaped by the motion of the water. All this relates miles. Along the whole coast ths: hundred to tho shipwrecked mariner, who otherwise of people in the South are "liJfIt loyal ttihe /
the nogroes. to that of tho Peninsula! fathom line Union I" Gen. Steedman '.tstetI Lrij-iiij
April U-U among English cattle.If Then part above the is nearly due North from Cape ,
dwelt would han
they Mr. Moore the
as shows miserably perished on desolate .
the ruling passion: of the early settlers in with great delight the justification of level of the ocean, but resting upon a broader Florida, the coast constantly falling back to the sea-lashed reef. the negroes, as his questioner 'z. oJ;*

B. B. ANDREWS; Massachusetts not burning wiuhes and persecuting the upon Old negro foundation, the sub-marine Peninsula. Westward, increases: the distance between it and Between ed very laconically, "the 1- '\In'"i n *Litl.
slavery by Testament, and insisted the outer reef and the inner keys is "
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, all who differed from them in religious that it divine The deep sea-soundings at tho West, South this line thus presenting a gradual and gently diers. On being asked to ':x!':a.n; the .. ," .ti.\
was a institution.Vo find and remarkable
ref- a long, narrow channel.It .
FLA. faith, it certainly was the enslavement of human a and East, of the Peninsula, at varyingdistantes, inclined plane, everywhere offering very of these soldiers to their"fo.rJ:' I s.'..-n.i .h.-m _
in the volume
J.U'KSOXrLLE erence before ns to of their very is as long as the reef which foans it-one ..
tf I beings. The array of evidence collected by Mr. many show the extent of the sub-marine portion of it. soundings. they almost! unanimously SU' >< .t I tc ...e
JUffice- HOOK'S Blok.
S scriptural arguments. Here are a few of them hundred and fifty niles and has breadth of
: a
St -- ., -- .- Moore from thc early records,statutes,ordinances 1. These Toward the Southern extremity of the East Ten fathoms uniformly found a few miles and national offices jn ther r' ". '..lr ro-
Llackamorcs from four
of the to five miles. In it
B. II&CEE. : and annals oi Mabsachu&ctts'VuritHiis are Posterity toast, near Cape Florida these from the some places narrows plied that he did not well.. l tkJW ,
c. r. cenR renders of Cham, and therefore under the of deep soundings coast, while four and five fathoms canto The at:y thing
& this tact 1 are curse begin within a few miles of the bhore the carried considerably. Jiarrowest passagesare else could be expected of t4"'. : rofessed
COOPER BIBEE. indisputable. Jmmt..diittclyafur slavery."-GencfiLs ix. 2.3, 26, 27. ; on nearly up to the beach. A currentof between Love Key ana the'Pine Islands, .a/i'
ATTORNEYS LW' their landing at Plymouth Hock, and before they 2. The Nigcrs are brought out of a Pagan Southern coast very abruptly, but on the West cold water flows along tho coast opposite to afld Tavernier Key and tho Pickle Reef; the sincerity alike J engaging to. .h.3. War and in

FLORIDA. were strong enough to reduce the Indians to country into places where the Gospel is whole coast the soundings near the shore are low, and and parallel with the gulf stream. Tho breadthof widest id off Key West The depth of this submitting to tho arbitramentxof arms, and

OCSc J.tCKSOXJ'lLLE second tory, ,' nok shivery, they sold white offenders against their somely preached." they deepen very gradually through a distance this cold southerly current varies, not only channel varies, but is no where less than fourteen they were naturally devoted peace to the men-
code of barbarous Blue Laws into of one hundred miles before deep soundings with its northern who hod led thein'war and indanr.42G
September Cm slavery i>orciual 3. The Africans have wars ono with another. are more or southern latitudes, but feet, so that vessels which draw from twelveto
-- ]> and ttmi-orary. After their famous raid Our bhipps bring law-full] captives taken in these reached. Thus the form and dimensions of the with tho seasons of the year, which change the thirteen feet navigate it with safety It have supportedUnionists 'whO Jtaj ,
the enslavement sub-marine peninsula are defined. It has"abreadth prevalent winds may .and remained loyal,woul hVt*icefi to-
O. B. HART upon a blumtoiing Pequod town, wars. bringing the gulf stream nearer must, says the lamented T. A. Craven, be the _
of Indians became a regular business with of more than two hiindrH aid fifty miles to the coast, or blowing it off. l le&ge not.only.that thcmseltjaHCBrTW .
COCNSELLOU AT LAVT In the tax laws" of thoroughfare .
AND Massarhuscfis .. great of .
coasting etearoeraS .
ATTORNEY the saints.From negroesand sloping gt"RJU..u, u.t.1 WenA In llkejnan- -- tAU_ A_- .*' _f ... aTlas.s.a _.Hl v *&- -* --- M-'IIM ifiM**"VTT' fheMturt >- 1-i''< *' -r / -, .
JA'KSC/"lLLE Indians being rated with lriit>." Mr. ior uiopt* tiio nUperflcial bait iOn the Northeast of the const between Cum tlland Island and the reef. Large boulders-rf. of coraline rocks have oTmen this J ana mor, Den.
the of tl"' of Massachusetts .
Will in the : ad tD Stales Courts accounts Colony Mooro gives us a notable arguint nt of Judge coast, here the gentle slop is broader thanon the StT John's river, where there are WinO deep been heaped here in former minute Stedman thought, was to 1Ji.mI hoped from men
ptic Cm for receipts and expenditures of an Indian Sew:ell, in I'i 16, to prevent the discontinuance of up ages, par-I who proved their sincerity by their
11 the South-cast coast, are the principal rivers inlet sounds and fertile coast islands tho whole ticks of coral sand were accumulated the j ensi3tlmuy
I7i and ending in 1716 by action -
commcncing ,
war such a revolting classification. than, from thoew who abandoned
the Eastern slope discharging considerable East coast of Florida offers nothing but long principle*
of the between the :
BADGER !Ir. Mooie finds the "credits" the follow- waves coarse fragments,
among "It has been asserted Mr ilooie "thatin winch they l licved honest lor the sale'of
DeBRU says water into the Atlantic, but the great body of sandy beaches; there ate no rivers of any length and vegetation took possession of this formed secu
humane item hundred and so
.. AT LAW, ing : By one eighty-" Massachusetts the miseries of s'avery were the water of the Peninsula flows into the Gulf and importance, and very few inlets or harbors.No dryland centimes In this innum- rity. The testimony of our pIenerels>
OCALA FLA. eight prisoueis sold into czrpthi y, .:S97 13s. mitigated," but the record doc not bear out the of Mexico. where is a hill in sight, the downs of the eraqle large and small ago. ishtndahave manner been formed. such as Grant, Thomas, Shermanfihendan and
At the eame time tile people Massachusetts, suggestion, and the traditions of one town at Steedman, aa indeed of all those free
attend promptly ; cntra. d to h" The contrast between the three coast sectionsis beach are the only elevations observed. Southof The most remarkable features otWgo islands Jxeci poli-v
Wi t a 1wleo Dec. the African kings and the-Algei-iues-were the least piescrve the memory of the most brutal remaikalilu. On the Atlantic side the sandsof St. Johns liver, there is not a single sea arm are the perfectly equal level of their heal and party complications, attests, while ae* "
b.. -.-- only barbarians engaged in tho export of sla%LS. and barbarous of all, "raising fclaves: for the which fcWation know lodging the existencr of what Gen. Sheridan
the otc.111 are heaped up in long benches or runs deep into the interior of the country. and the beautiful and regular curve which tu
BRAHAM & : :ARNOW, The Puritan fathers bent off ship load after blip maiket. The first nejvsp.ipurs: tu'Llished.in downs, li.io:; behind it parallel lagoons are For more than three hundred miles south of St. form in their extension from East to West. y calls the "dispositioa to glorify rebellion" _

ATTOUNEYS AT \\ AND SOLICITORS IN load of Indian captives to foreign" countries.In .- New England illustrate among tLt t'r advertisements stietched cut nearly its whole length. Along Augustine there is no commercial establishment, All the solid or rocky materials of which these tilt incenty with which the rebel leaders ana

CH.\XCEIY the "Plymouth Pccord= volume v., page the most hideous: features of slavery, as it this bold fclioro great t oceanic currents flow in 'nor is there any consdierablo settlement. The islands are built reach the uniform height of soldier*Vave submitted to defeat, and the honesi
173, in August, 1675, there is an order for the existed the most remorseless adventurers ty of their 0.-ire
to the
GAINESVILLE, FLA.IVorapt among opposite directions.The Atlantic coast from Capo Honda to Cape ILtt- twenty feet, except in a few localities. 'Ihis see country fully restor.ed .
attention.i b given to .Im-iness in any sole in foreigno countryes"" The of "ono hundred of the who, even in the name of God,practiced innumerable South coast so far as seen above the teras presents a grand half-moon cuive, having equality of level is accounted tor on the hypothesis the yrosrenty -,j gtrcngth d the old Vni x* -
Feb. SI- Cm. and twelve Indians. accounts crimes and vices. _____ --a
3)&rtottbe t. level of thc water, is a succession of small rocky its bight or greatest encroach on the land In the that their loftiest ridges are the maximum C.- a S:
ru-u.o. J. i. cisii:!.. "Treabiirer of ye Colinie" give us most interc- The advertisements in the New England papers islands and reefs, here tho COfLSl which have section between Amelia Island and Hilton height at which materials could be accumulatedby AN EDITOR'S-TlIl jjy UTAir

i i. lug fctalibtics: of the extent of this trade of the relating to the negro slaves are exceedingly built up tho greater part of the peninsula, are Head Island. The tides throughout this well the the natural agency of gales and wa'"C.3.1.ne The Vidette, a wide-awako Geteci drer laj

FLEMING & DANIL elect of God" in human flesh.hundred and curious. Negro men women and children, ale till living in full action and progress. defined crescent are of the half day class. At the fact that at present the loftiest tides during for some time past,been published in-5j jj'j ajlCa
ArroiiNEYS In September, 1C78, ono seventy- mixed in advertisement with sales of <
board up wearing Tho West coast partakes of the nature of the two Capes they are small, not varying much the most severe gales do not reach therbluff City, bearding: the Mormon devils in"the.Awn
JACKSONVILLE, }FLORIDIL eight "prisoner" of war' were put on a apparel, cold watches and other goods.- Eastern and Southern, though differing from from one fort, but there is a steady increase towards summits does not invalidate this supposition I
vcssU commanded by "Captain Sprague, and good Barba, rum" is oficred with a den,to the great discomfort of their "Saint&hfpa.:
T.bS u8 Very both. There is much coral life, numerous islands tho centre of tho curve, giving the greatest because the islands
now protected
sold into Spaine." A humane Puritan named young negro has had the small pox," and competitors ,though not so many as on tho South tides between Amelia river and Savannah the new formed reef seaward of are tham. Before The editor recently received a letter written

M.: G. GAR', Elliot petitioned the Council to stop this traffic, offer likely negro men and women just coast and it has more good harbors, deep entering river where the rise and fall is six feet and more. this reef existed the waves have much in blood-or red ink-which reada.f! *Ske

ATTORNEY AT LAW, but his petition wds utterly d'sregarded: and the arrived." "Negro men and new negro boys who bays and river mouths than the East coast The most important points of the East coast are higher. The few higher elevations may such gone as the daddle! It ia the "red hand" of the Destroy. t
traffic flourished. In 1776 one hundred and fifty have been in the Colony some time," and also 3.0The sub-marine which 1st of the section between Cumberland Island .
VCALA, JIARION COUNTY, FLA. great plateau upon hills or downs on Key Largo, upwards of fifty ing AngeL and threatens assassination. lie
will practice the State and United States Cur Indians came in and voluntarily Burrendcred "just arrived a third parcel of negro boys and tho table land rests has its broad base more than and St. John's River Amelia Island embracing feet: high, are composed of loose sand which editor is not much frightened by thc order, but _
but "
F.b. } i 3---rop themselves, praying mercy"of the Puritans, girls. A likely negro winch" is also advertised two thousand fret below the level of the ocean; the B to of the Commercial emporium of East could by the action of wind and waves be raised says : F

they were "sowld for blafes, romaiks Easton in for sale, with a child six months old, to : on the East side in the middle of the gulf stream, and Middle Florida, :Fernandina; Nassau Inlet much higher. "Well, we shall keep the document, and leave

FRANCIS I. WHEATOX, his "Relation" ," and were "shipped out of the be sold together or apart," and a likely negro to the South in the centre of the Straits of Florida and river, Talbot Island, Fort George Island Ponce de Leon in 1512, saw and named this our readers to judge whether we ar4 much

SOLICITOR JX countrie. The wife ant child of the most wlebrt'l man taken by execution to be sold by public and'On the West in tub depths of the Gulf and St. Johns river. remarkable chain of Islands. Coming from frightened. If these miserable hounds and cut

A.ITORXET .AT LAW AND. of Indian" Mings-we allude i 1. Philipof unction at the"J1<.yal Exchange Tavern at six of Mexico. The top of that broa'd foundationupheavcd 2d. The section between St. Johns river and the North he first made Key Biscayne, Ragged throats think they can intimidate the Ttditti,

CHANCERY.JACKSONVILLE FLA.OJict Slount U.>'e, -were sent to the V.'est Indies o'clock this afternoon," concludes these extracts. by: igneous force, was afterwards cncniBted Capo Canavral : St. Augustine harbor and Key, etc. The ragged and craggy heads of these why, they are simply migt Vf. We hare rf o-,

and srld. The Indian Princess: was the daughter The length of this article constrains us to by corals, 4, and the Gulf stream, which town, with North River and Matanzas River, rocks, Herrara, appeared to him to imitate ken plainly iit the past, and we shall speak still '
Market says
n tamer FortyOi and ldLD UAflOREY of tho good old Massasoit: the first and best 1 leave mu'h the larger portion of Mr. Moore by that projecting tongue was oblige to changeits St. Anastatia Island, Matauzas Inlet, Mosqueto the figures of suffering martyrs stretched on the more plainly in the future, holding: ourselves accountable

ft-ictid of the Puritans in New England, whose history of slavery as practiced among the Puritans coui S3, to turn round it, and to deposit, according Inlet, with Halifax River and Mosquito Lagoon, 'rack. lIe therefore called them Lot 3tartiru- only to God, our conscience-aad'tiuf

W. M. IVES, faithful fri'nh311 saved the Plymouth Colony unnoticed. "It is a wonderful and startling to a general of currents, .its sediment New Smyrna, Cape False and Cape CanavraL I the martyrs, or the more general name of Los laws of the land. 'S

AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, fi-I:.'. dcstnirtion on more than one occasion.TV .- record of the horrors and torrois of slavery as it within the curve it described, assisted informing 3d. From Cape Canavral to Bleach Yard Cayos de los Martres. Cay is said to be an Indian The following day the editor receive I another

CITY FLA, Uct Edward Everett states in one of his was practiced for'more than a century in Massachusetts that portion of tho peninsula elevated Hawlover :-Cape Malabar, Indian River Inlet, word from the Antilllian Islands meaning warning, of which he says: "We stop Hi pre
orati'lll'inallJ'the Christian nat ions to whom and other New England States.-Rich- above tho level of the ocean. 5. with Indian River, St. Lucie Inlet or Gilbert'sbar rock. The Spaniards adopted the word changedto to give place to the following: 'No- >. &,

1:3 I I tlwte .i', ''ves were tent refused to buy them, mend Tan The East coast of the Peninsula is in striking with St. Lucie! Jupiter Inlet with Jupiter cayo, as the proper name for the peculiar kind Iarkaaidbheryonngoncs'itiatixnie.r IM to

C. GILLIS I and a U1i> of North American Indians were contrast with the coast Coorgia and Carolina. i uarrows, Bleach Yard Hawlover with Lake of coral rocks which in great part compose the We could stand the bloody and -- _

I. bOld by the Puritans ofMassachuM- to an African A NATIONAL COUNCIL OF FREE These several largo rivers streaming down from Worth. small islands to the north of Cuba. The term the 'skedaddle* of the other warnings i.t th4

.ATTORNEY .AT L.l1; Prince. 1 his was carrying ti.i: slave trade MASONS.The the Alleghanies, and breaking through the san 4th. From Bleach Yard lIawlover to Cape has bean adopted by all nations. The French following gets us:

D.e. 1 PALATKA. FI.A t into Afric-a with a vengeance. Mr. Moore do- dy barriers of the lagoons, form as man deep Florida :Hillsboro Inlet with IliUsboro river changed it to Les'Cayes; the English to Keys.In SALT Lain Crrr, Apri! '

votes foity-eight iajf of f h's elaborate history supreme council of.the thirty-third degree and navigable outlets Ucrfc where mountains New River and New'River Inlet, Boca Ratonee, the course of time the name of Martyrswas 1/r. Editor Vidtttt: If you dent quit ia

James B. DawkipR to the traffic which the Puritans carried on for of:Masonry in the United States closed its in the rear are wanting, and whero the whole Virginia Key, Bear Cut, Key Biscayno Bay, dropped, the Florida Keys prevailed. Stenhouso and the Mormons, we'll ? ail

ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLCITR IN nearly half' a century in Indian captives, the session at Boston on Saturday. The followinggenei back country behind the coast i is very narrow, Cape Florida. These Keys by their different productions have marry you. We don't maa blood.:

EQUITY. prcaci: Tt ;,nl elders writing long and sanctimonious al officers were elected : Killian H. Van there aio: with one or two exceptions no streams From Cape Florida the coast turns to the always had considerable attraction for sailors won't stand to have Stenhouae ma. ...wl; ** :

Je CAINESYILLE FLA. lyA. aigun.mtst'i I.rothat they were trafficking KenHselaer. of Ohio' grand commander; Josiah deserving the name of river. The coast is ex- West and begins to describe that semicircularbend and adventurers. They produce many useful locfc out. 27 MOKXOX

1 in i.-!man CefcU in strict accordance with the ]' 11. Drummond, of Maine, licuteanant 'grandcommander emely straight lined and uniform; the sandy which so" strikingly marks tho Florida trees peculiar to the tropics, such as mahogany, We weaken on the turn. Will son us take
A KNIGHT,of Ma;*. K. W. > on'1 "will of (God. ; General Abner B. Thomson, of depo its with which tho ocean and gulf ft.-earn Keys and which forms the Southern coast of lignum, vitae, Fustic Tamarind, etc.; deer are our place? *27 Mormon Women >*

At"Lake City, Flit. M FtliW. F. One of Ye Paints" in 1037, coveting an Indian Maine, treasurer-general; Dr. Nathaniel B. faced its margin have been left undisturbed from the Peninsula. found on many of them, while turtle, sponge gue. We don't edit the Yidette 8t, tu >ttae is
KNIGHT & fiROOME of to buy" the chat- Shurtlcff, of Massachusetts, secretary generil; of A succession of small islands clothed in liv- fellow brave and he look
prisoner war, proposes the interior. As there are few out-pourings and fish are found in great variety, abound in a good -a mxn- can a -
LAW SOLICITORS IX tie," after the following (.haiactpriftic fashion : Dr. Hosmer A. Johnson, of Illinois, minister of fresh water and of mud, or other rivers sediment ing green, extends along tho Southern shore, the adjacent waters. In former times they were dog in the face! Besides, he never did borrow

.ATTORNEYS AT "It having again pleased the Most High to state; Rufus \V. Landon, of Michigan,master of so also there is almost an entire absenceof from Cape Florida to the Tortugos group, near visited by mahogany cutters, but that valuable a pair of brass knuckles. O Lord have jnerc

- CHANCERY put into your hand another miserable drove of ceremonies' ; Benjamin Dean, of Massachusetts, such irregular sand banks and shoals as are which two points the superficial as well as the timber has mostly disappeared.The on us poor miserable sinners I Don't al J.oot this

AXD COXXlSSIOXtRS. iF hEEDS Adam's degenerate seed [meaning Pequod prisoners captain of the guard; Hem an Ely, of Ohio, marshal so frequently met on the more Northern coasts. sub-marine elevation slopes down to the great Dry Tortugas are a group of about ten way We are not the man! 27 wives f 'We'll .

L'H: different entrusted State Will to g\'e 'will attention practice of war! I am bold to request one of tho ; Charles \V. :Moore, standard bearer. The The cast coast of Florida forms for the great depths of the ocean. First seen after doubling islands, stanping, like the Florida Keys upon go! 4- --5-'

\a bunlnem and Foderal in the different Du- children. I have fixed mine eye on this little state deputies are : William P. Preble for part, what mariners rill a clean shore. With Cape Florida from the North these mangrove more extended banks. They are formed by the '

.U a8lt FrJ and in the Cur Court of the Uni one with the red about his. neck, b3t I will not Maine, William L. Gardner for Massachusettsand a few exceptions very regular soundings come keys appear like emerald gems set in a sea of same peculiar coral rock, are often called Keys, Tint TIsrvraBiTT or VnL iNU.- '4.logueoftheUniversityofVirginisfv .

8tt ad i rttber Lake City or Fcrunu- be peremptory about tit choice." Vermont, Nathan II. Gould for Rhode bland up to the beach. The entire coast appears like silver. Add to this the charm and beauty of the and mark the western extremity of the Florida _

ama., VI ba o a each vlacc. One of the earli Winthrop," in 1737, also Charles W. Carter for Connecticut, Joseph I the border of a long and not crooked river. In climate of this region bordering the equatorialbelt reefs and Keys. just been published ,The number tin r dnt _

craving a share of the spoils of a Btrccessful mid D. Hough for New Jersey, Dr. Anthony E. that respect it might be considered the border of which nothing can equal The clear transparency The whole group of banks and islands is about attendance during war was as f.'t -

LAW OFFICE! night foray upon some Indian village, writes: Stocker for Pennsylvania, Enoch T. Carson for the gulf stream, which through its northern of tho sea; the brilliancy the heavens, thirty miles in circumference but the dry islands Session No. of t .

in the Ohio and Indiana Rev. D. Burnham for of the air and the soft tranquility 1861-2 nI
Mr. Endoeot and myself palute you Tracy course runs parallel with it. the eerenety form a very small proportion of the whole.
PEDEN Lord Jesus. \Ve have heard of a dividance of Michigan. Since the surface of the country hM remained I in which all nature reposes harmonizes the They are elevated only few feet above the surface 1862-J 46

JAMES A. women and children in the Bay and would f>c -- undisturbed by ignious action; has not been up- mind and delight every sense. The moon displays of the water, and but fobm the circumstance 1853-4 60

W SairittfU' nUft IO, \"rL.et oer over E P. Web glad of a share, viz: a young woman or gill and The celebrated Golden Wedding is thus described heaved and furrowed by volcanic revolutions no far greater radiance than in more North- I that they, like the otwer Keys are covered with 1864-5 : M

Drag ti,,. March 31 a boy; if you think good.II"l'Ote to you for by a Savannah coteinporary : "Mr. and irregularities are met in the configuration and em latitudes, and in her absence light is supplied a thick growth of mangroves,they could not be The total number of student now & attend'

some boycs for Bermudas which I thinke is con- Mis. Spann, two old and well known citizens elevation of the country, which ore the consequences by the milky-way. The Northern coast I visible, as they now are twelve miles dist nt.- ance is two hundred and fifty-eight, ol whoa

EMILE T. SABAL, siderable." This exemplary gentleman was in Savannah, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of of such disturbances. There are along of Cuba runs parallel with these Islands, about To the west of the dry islands is.the huge bank one hundred and sixty-seven are from ATrajni _

TUYSICIAN AND. SURGEON the foreign trade it would seem. their marriage on the 16th inst Tlie occasionwas the whole coast no far seen head marks, no irregular ninety miles distant forming in the intermediate like the rest of the reef formed of coral rocks. and the remainder from nineteen other States,

: FLORIDA. Emanuel Downing. who married into the a happy one, and the nerable couple were indentations, no bays and harbors-it is space what is usually called the Gulf of Florida. The channel which separates this bank from the mostly South- New York,New Jersey,Pfnnsjlvania j

_ JACKSNVLLE flirt room O t Winthrep family, and who settled in Massachusetts surrounded by three children, (of whom they the most horborloss coast of the whole United Rising abruptly from the depths of this gulf a islands is broad, deep, and perfectly navigable.Our Delaware, Illinois, California and tb _

t J l 1 Bok l.fo Jan IS- as early_as 1638, in writing to John Win had eight,) twenty grand children and one great States. _This is in striking. contrast. with the long row of coral banks comes_ to. the surface, territory on the Atlantic cast is rounded District of Columbia each havuur one rerueecn-; '
throp in lOiS, rurrusnea us with most luminous grandchild and t host of other relatives and triends coast of Maine- where- the- greatest irregularityprevails : L 'L. known us the Florid roof.. North of ,this reel off in a grand crcsent of keys and reels which tative. There are more students in attendance

Dr. illustration of the views of the Puritan fathers Mr. and Mrs. Spann, who have journeyed the where rocky, islands ,'detached rocks, and sided by it is the navigable reef channel, extend in a regular curve from Cape Florida to in the school 6f mathematics than any other--

TJA8 removed hi.s H.sT telt on. the subject of human slavery. He says: rugged paths of life together for so long a period, sunken and above water, high headlands, deep another coral reef appears to the North of this the Tortugas bank. Between the shore line of ono hundred and seventeen ;. but law seems tobe

. :fJ- over the Engtfte house on Bay Street, where ealU A waiT with ye arragansett (Indians) is verie have occupied their {resent place of residence on indentations, sea arms, bays and harbors are the channel running parallel as well to it as to the the Keys and the mainland of Florida is a fun- the most popular of the learned proicsnotutsnecutod */ _

- 'a7 b A*t all hour la thai day; andtniht$-at b considerable to this plantation, for I doubte Montgomery street for forty-nine years. Mr. chief characteristics.The first reef but of an older date, known as the nel shaped body of shoal waier, known as the the number of law students tepg u I?

: FeD whether it boo not a syne in us, having powerin Spann who has for many years been connected soundings conducted off the coast of Florida Keys. Again to the North this reef Bay of Florida. It embraces properly Card's seven, and that of medical students thrrty-cix.*

J. D.- out hands, to suffer them to mayntayno the with the Marine Bank of this city, is in Florida by .the United States Coast Svrvcy of keys another depression follows and another sound and Barnes sound. A line from Tortugasto 'Cs .t t* a

D.-ITCH I worchipp of ye devil, which they doe. If upon his 78th year, and the venerable partner of his Bureau show verY accurately how the peninsular channel is formed, called the Florida Bay. To Cape' Romano, which may be taken as the LINCOLN'S OFIXIOX or NEOBOKS.- ,feflw. .

-: the of just warre, the Lord should deliver them into joys and Borrows in.her 73d year. May they plateau fall off under the level of'the ocean the North of this Bay the coast ction of the mouth of this Bayis one hundreJ ondtwentymiles lug extract from a speech of the late P/4t

HATING rtorneed the t'Jabe f parpoie oaenhiaerw our hands, we might easily have men, women live to enjoy another such one j just ." At the South Eastern extremity, 'near Cape Peninsula presents itself reaching from the vicinity long, vessels drawing six feet can go to the head make f
Would cdmpmigjf-
Lincoln not
lir friend and o prol and children enough to exchange for Moors (negroes In contemplating such tt protracted and uninterrupted Florida; the declivity extremely abrupt of Cape Florida to Cape Sable, a distance of this Bay near Cape Sable but the soundings a rx7 go

. o t h>former residence, corner of Forsyth a ) which will be more gaynful pillage for us now of wedded bliss, how forcibly is From the shore line near the Cape, the soUnd- of about sixty nautical miles. It was doubtlessa : ore generally so extremely low, that this whole document for the radicals: -

ll l. Jacfcaon USe,J&U 30- thin conceive, for I doe not see how we can brought to mind Burn's inimitable Scotch Ballad ing increase at a quick rate from fire 'to ten reef or chain of islands, but is now attached space is by the U. S. Coast Survey Bureau designated I am not, nor ever have oeen, n. unorOf* -. _

DR J. TODD thrive until we gett into a stock of slaves, sufficient -"John Anderson my jo, John;" and especially and twenty fathoms, and reofcn at the 'distanceof and interwoven with the continent extensive mud flats which,even at high | king jurors or voters' of negroes, nor lal na- .

f A. to'do our business. I suppose you know the concluding verso : five miles the depth of one hundred !s. To describe separately these several divisions, water, are but slightly covered and which the vying them with the' white people; and I will

IT JU.AC Iba rMB vt4 to of.hi pTOfeariooln% ,>ru.aid 1U will continue very well how we shall mayntayn twenty Moon The transition from twenty to one hundred fathoms -!' there is first the Gulf of Florida. The broad retreat of the tide lays bare, leaving only narrow say, in addition to this, that there is a* physical"**

t o.le .]*> (Atrr > C.- b-' 1lline cheaper than one English servante. The ehipp John We Anderson clumb the,bill my jo thcgt, John her, is very f&pidandfroui then eto two and three 'I Gulf of Mexico gradually contracts betwe and shallow channels between tie dry flats difference between the black and whiUL,, -

there h*nay b f at a W"u11 that shall bring the Moors may come home laden And moor a canty day, John, hundred fathoms is not less o.. Between twen- Eastern" Cuba and Southern' FI rid.i." Betweenthe with occasional 'depressions of greater d .- which I believe will ever forbid the, two rv ,,

'- enagL 8 2m with. Bait. -which may' bcaro mpst of the We've had vi' am anlthen ty and three hundred fathoms is scarcely a mile bank marked by the Tortugas. Islands and These .flats are interspersed with innumerablelow living together on term of social sdTitCa1

Medical Notice. chanlge." Now But ve band maUD in hand totter-i-down'U John so that the sea bottom here resembles _the steep Cuba the diminution in':bredth; is more sudden, mangro1"Sonretimt.. these mangrove equality. And, inasmuch aa they v hv
we'have direct to to' pVAnd mountain terrace The' forming a'division called the Gulf of Florida. of innumerable remain together, there must bo the positie***?
TA. & $kLwfl removed andpenna- Her a proposition ship tlccp thegither at the foot, declivity of a' greatest islands form little archipelagoes they _
M-J nentfy located, 'I D o t O tbecorWAdan Africa Indian captives", aVtd bring back a cargo John Anderson,my Jo. depth'reached at this point'does nt vary much At the .1ortngasbank a channel begins which small islets, so 'intimately interwoven of superior and inferior, and I, aa umin$

aM, bl U at.of more docile slaves to help the Saints work ---a-- from two'thousand feet. The depth :a with.varymg br sweeps with raPidity round and separated by such narrow,andah channels other man, am in favor of ha ving"Ute superior

.b jnl eept T'ep b. 2O-U out their great'destiny as the elect! of the Lord. A DoG JSroBT.:-At Newport, R I., a few served for the': distance of thi- ht.m\ie the whole oi Southern and a greater; part of .to be almost..impenetrable.; The luxuriant position assigned to the'white man. T' .

_Mr. Moor ahowi that in the "New England days ago, a soldier"from .the fort about two- then, the sea bottom.rises again in the East,just Eastern Florida. From the Tortugu bank in vegetation."whichrises! fromthese; islands" ; ;
ALBERT RUSSELL Magna Chart," the DI" of Liberties of 1641 thirds drunk,'-as playing on-tho wharf with as quickly as it falls off in the West,forming at I the.West to the Mantanella reef in the,NorthEast consisting chiefly of.mangrove, but'interspersed ;Ax 1c5&N: ., rn Pzzi.?"

; the Puritan fathers legalized the enslavement of large'Newfoundland dog, noted for his sagacity least in the distance" thirty-eight miles, tho it II about four hundred nautical miles.-. 'With PruiceVood.Button mood etc., give tbepa 2?-The"Departmentrof State ,

irrrr"y Pcmcti l tarpentcr and J"r; "captv taken in just wart,'(they never en.Sin4 and good nature. The animal seemed to like dryland of thd island of Bernini-: which is the It is but continuation'of the 'general 'currentS'which. a very peculiar appearance..' 'By.tho, same process from the United States m&dsternatiraliwd *1 Paxtb
WudI ttMMte an ordcn M bU UM with diepatch and' nnjust wan, ,j and of inch atrangert the sport as much aa the man, ,but finally the most western point'of thft'groat Bahama 'B nk enter the gulf of Mexico. along' the coast of accretion which built up the'Penensula,' citiKn of the Unl8tt6.SI14b.. :
tlM -*fivofkiiiknlike maiuikrFurmUinr*.- .sold to them.. Bla. '" and of of this of Yucatan follOw Its''whole circuitous shore; ihbre of tuneWhflfoatermargin to conscription in Franc but totataoa.'w21 ,1
,amd,wnUMd 0M M food M UWi. negroes) as wen contest became warm, fha dog rising, upon The Western shore the high plateau its' line will in course _
ttVMteBMchhMrTiMdeTbM wanted. Chop W i existad MassachusetU, was, we hehenUta *- his hind legs, placed his,fore paws upon the, Bank/and! j ewi.dti"ontinUAtfo"- little and is by the. Peninsula' of'Florida gradually of. the Keys.l.&bombwik . go" aVonceyTruLcer _
-VMdwMidkicoiiptMte Xn/prtaairs Iloojfccjsua. .' not'to. a y,.1he.,mst shocking, 'brutal' breast of the soldier. This threw the.: nrur off Bahama Bank* strtffeneff out optwrite the east bent down to the South ant 'East 'This cur. -' report toth; a.

lI-tt: and inhtrffiiitxi' e yet practiced upon this continent_' his balance and th two',fell .into"" 'thedock'together teat fFI ridtr lt jiaalIel ..iCaboutono rent which passes through the Florld Gulf and, -t l tB ,. tnct in whicl theJmaiaesK -

.I Ei.a1.a. Hadtheafuthoreo..t Uncle Tosn' Catin'1&14ibeJCd.f ,,. The soldier,' too' much, .intoxicated. hundred and. fifty mfles from Bernini, and forma channel fain .;throughout tho'world nodes 2..ApM1a au&ghna IIB8.from' rafchU- W, ,_11' .N..r their United'Btitei evideoce of |U tfr litfca t MWt L
1JIi _l'r h : "'broad of the stream., tbbTopogrspbv Peninsula.' ; M A.*
libeloiuronkncdin/; li Awinv was in danger of drowning-; When the dog ,between- (he Iwb hone that deep land the name gulf enucdfrom' -
4'\toaI t seit itfUiB-/tevenia6nihc .-it .o II'V4b'ri toned Jito and yi .t1i : ftow.Th 0.According toMtrrarjing hreadth and to a L s'.Kobu'S K1Is..C9USIll'n1. Buxesu tid'ably jpreb. __
head-above stream
ad&.. '1J" .. lit f'"t keeping water, LTsUeyinhlenr, 'gulf' ; 4. Agaasl& bo relieved front J dCtiN ( $ (1b' ___
i iJ t _
1MA1OO.. ._ JMIr\ o n&ure. tvaddled off with him to a boat near by, when banks which are interrupted and separated by chanini* in its direction, nominal divisions havt I. Q. Kob',xss..J :__' __> V ___ _
1& -A A. Mr:-Moore, to show.what negro altverjr really Doth were rescued. fee great Providence channel,reach their north- .been m ado. The change the direction is grad e. See AguIZ ob.erratls*.othiI L- in tb : I



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1 that of the foafi-dcratj ia iU hour: of-gloon rilEOOLDLXOrroHTL'N'lTVAWAY. Tiiii: ::: CASH OF MR. DAVIS.-U. 8. CIKCUIT -i conducts the public business hero, year Ilcncr NEW AD TiSEME. : COMMERCIAL

t. ; I couirr EXTKAXCE OF THE must understand us as entering our most earnest
.t and doubt, foiiook this and played traitor to it; VV
I JUDGE( -THE CUUKT IS OPENED. protest.Wo 102 BALE ;; V UXIOK Omcs, Friday Ercnfa
f j ai\d tlieh rththe: vlcwbf; curryins fiivor wiUi thevirtor ask trial on ch'argotthat' V. : ,
Urtd.-r the tai tion: "Kail Itoad Matter*, Jfoo.Savannah At; quaifor post otto o'clock, p. m., Judge a speedy any t- I Juno 15th

i JACKSONVILLE, XYJL, ii' : IRC,;. join&l his standard when its triumph was Aim $mHerul.l, of a late day has a :; John C. Undo*'wood, entered the court room, may bo brought against Mr.the-pavis land.here"We or in 1500 Head of Stock Cattle I Below we givo the wholesale 186s. *
; other civil tribunal in may prices of
thoI any It
crier to
ut hand. Dots believe that tho ordered tho
his scat
any ore gt-nu- to the citizens of Savannah to aid I a-id taking ,
I strong appeal bo now hero representing, it please theCourt articles, as given by of dJ
I Court, The crier, in the usual form, opened the may some our principal; [
J..gr7cICc2rtuI tine ani r usi'tcr. Union mar1, wlio stood iitS6perHead.
the P. the months ho
& 0. R. Ii. to For tldrtcen
Company coinpluto dying
A'D'i Circ nit Court of tho United States for the District; a en. Some of bar merchant
; lit ro'orS. though weal and through woe- Florida of the connection andsupports I j has been in prison. Tho Constitution of the may charge uirf>*
irci JT"5 STRHTj; iwtttFvrro portion Georgpla ; ot Virginia. es but we shall take
at this pleasure *
'an impartial For furthfir particulars apply in
vrhufougbt tUL jri c-'plc and pal riotism, \\ill United States guarantees to him not only office.part re-
cftho 1'
that appeal by using the argument THE ORAXD JVHT. trial (which I am sure ho will nave)'but; Jun13-tf to mcrchanta who win sell at thenamed
I citor.S u.teriut* eui.li relations \\iththo "pinch back"graitiy ,
"Florida friends" of t.ie connection as follows I The Ju.lge then ordered tho clerk to call the, a speedy trial, and we havo conic no slight distance -.

,I \VE c (: ( ( tfctiinulos of thoULI. I ? Certainly: we have a bolter opinion ofthim L : V Grand Juiy.I -wo have como in all sincerity-wo havocome '-TO: R1T. :

: ..: (1: of tule cf cwllui that will Lcyroduwxltha ; ar.-l as t- the "Unmistakably loyal men"T he arguments uptxl by our Florida frienJs in I Iho jliowing is a Hat of tho Grand Jury who with all respect to your Honor-wo havecome i the first hy of next July. Tujiii < CjFLoM orroN-None i in market .

1 wrvfd at Xorfolk and on the tenth ultimo with sympathies with our client,, ? At rreiKiit tinol u the 1'urt OX,, JAC L4OS1LL* WIIOLC3ALt Faics; ros -
> (1IP; and the <*luuaU.* wo asait to the old: flag durnj! tho war, if ho e and tl.tro favor of this conncKli u, ate most conclusive strong rrivn. ILtu'rflwUE. J Lt5i8WO.

t \ l as a r ilic-btaud points fconi v>l ieh tl yare 1
4 malv nd r j lift tat to hin! with unl and I w.ll then fin 1 th.-ir way to this niaikct, besides ] ogaintt Mr. Jefferson Davis : R. simply to ask that question. I address it to thoDistrict -A : e nil, per IS........................ .
frum thear problematic chatai> I our prof> respect, various otlicT nUaets wlikli contribute lariiedvto | Alexandria; Isaac Snowden, of Fairfax; John T. Attorney, or I address it to your Honor, isle Vitro!. .......................... -

4 actor ai Thefwuiid j Tay lor, Alcandria; Chalkley Giflingham, Fair- as may bo more appropriate, what disposition ia JOEI..N CLARK:, Batons Copwitm ................................ -
profrpority a city. cal oanci, per B>.......................... .
Ci. h1o\v U. 1lodkin L. ilar tho bill of indictmentagainst I ..
:' the ,uly portion of the year, '%V1tfl esperrionoe 1 iniUi l that tILe urijirinI if, th.it tho ecitire population of MiddleFlorida Georo proposed to bo made with : FOKWAKDIXO AJO) COilMISfilOX MEKCIIAN1 Chloroform, per fit....,.................... .

b l UftjAttha that th.jfralnui exiled pack would soontT or later "turn : wliich compri-jca tho largc'-t. tUk4IntO_ t UIO fl and C.V.. No 'land, of Aleaantlxia; I?. Jefferson Davis now pending for high AJNODWEOLESAUigJEALia Copper**, per tt.............................
planters L, I upon j lV-'t.ulv, Gco. W. Singleton, John T. Daniel I, treason.Jfaj. Ca.Ca 4or Oil. per galion.: .................. .. .
\\t;\ generally, would become more 'cii1n.; Ce-ld U-, and deVoUr t5icn." Who they are then that are productive j.-tion e-f tho Ktato. will parcli"nratly ; ,4 .b.hn! ll. Borum, Chas. II. \VhitehurstV.. (I.. Uencssey Assistant United States District IH mphor, per 8).t.) .........................
I the whole of their supplies fium GUImerehaitt Epoin Salt*,par E> ..............
Voter* than At an anteror' pmcd this was pie- to foiia this Convention of Union men, may be *, giving in exchange thfir products or. I I V.VIbtr.C. L. Cole, William T. Harrison, of Attorney said in reply that ho had be n: GR OCERIES. rnoviaioxs, HAY, GIL'J ci fo rph1nepergramn'........................

h.fenivl from the character ofI the The is Xoifblk, William X. Tinbley, William Fay, entirely unaware of the nature e>f the applicationjustmaxle. MidJcr. per B>.,.......4.......................
4 clearly political third that this connection ..
when Uie lv.i-1 m
g >: ,
; planters : tlusx-bytLeJr ioy. I SIQt1 &CV &C.
; Bui i'iibanianlwell, T. Dudley, Jr., and Born In the absence of the District Attorney LiQt'Ofl Opium, per !&................... .
)lQpo$ reie(1( si.uge a bjratlth of land was I the TV;**, whiw oracle and organit is; and who), when m:lie, will complete a chain of thoroughfare j Quinine per jrraln..........;..............
that will bo the shortest and U.erLioit the: ( Lain Davis, of Richmond-21. I Mr. Chandler, ho was not pieraied to AGENT FOB TUB ENTEBPWSE s'rzaMEu. Sulphur,,per Th..............
planted in cotton that, all thins proving lo bo, and by aii
favorable the estimate.was. kirly urai.tablethat [ the people of the Ptato os inteilaiaing e>m Atlantic cities?, an.l Mobile Now Oiloaisar..]; ta their names: Bigelow, Snowdon, tigraph to that gentleman tho fact of such application I- June 1G it Calf lYffpd Boot*.._................... .. .

to tho cf radical doctrines, inimical to the peace and intcn LTe xa-re4'i'&ng the time of travel from Now Taylor, Hews, Harmon, Nowland, Devordy, having boon mado. Mr. Chandler would a-Sewed ........................ .
two-thirds! :
a rising magnitude V V
crop I. Whlte-huist, Tinsley, Fay, \VarlwciI, Dudley arrive in this city this evening; but incase Miiwc* F ra
of that Of I860would Lo prf>wn.Ve havowatchod ; 6t5 of the State. V\re should like to P" these York to New (Jrfvs) : to ninety-six hours. Tlie at d > vis-13. probably ho did not, Maj. Hcneisseiy stated that V'ho Just Received, Cal fSevrd ..........................
1 of this: Jiictt line ol
incomparable ;
a vantages
tho from various KJI; in CV.nrention under the guit-o of l'noia .t This failure of tIm! to the Caocxayt .
report* Mtk>na of the : trnvcl tire thus iu ile> obvious. AVliile frel grand jurors appear himself would bo picparod to answer question qVIndi.i mortmcnt (1f Liiuors: ri

cotton growing: regions of tLo South, .y male 'n. Tholr tj7 and jtuqore are tLo n forth i ia kind of jealftt as it seems sixteen was the minimum numberindispensable Underwood the counsel for iAjn's lure UTC \thJckY I. chin V
; (addressing
the oojamunication vhiihscliudin[
I following that tliero! will IM .
time ull
from to Ihno comme-rco rn
IhroughjUio jrt. ia cider &i > ; to the transaction 'of business.- Mr. Davis)-Am I to understand that that will OM Kentucky Rourt"nVhi.4l ky Te*.Plate, common .. .............. .
I note 1L.I!! Z. *raV.c conditions: v.-ouU; arise, H late ntunbii of the] T'iMf : for fill, we again raitw a voice e.f a, Ini nitlou ttliecitixt'ns < The MaTbbal dispatched to find the absent V.iiU.r'> & Co. Ta; aloo1al 'a I' r %'.ite perselt............ .. .
of Savannah: anti asL their attontioito was be satisfactory P Fnkt'.'.t Jc Co. MonongnhcliIs''j Wliky B3 w'i, t'umn. C ...... . ........ .. ... ..l.s.CLs;
J and thus give aswuanre oi'su> h n w*nt. That SANDY POIXT, Jur.c 2J, 1C43.< the 8UggV4iJI1' we li.ive: iep'atolly nulo '' gi.uidjmois, or to secure the presence t>f other Mr. Hoed-That will l-o entirely satisfactory.liiciiMONP Knglaii'l! Rain Ir (fJocoI -
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J.V. iiterThe time has arrived in the would After Ture I' h
they have nut is now clearly kh.wn fr'-m n-lia- mi this Euict.VLu will un-icdako to ciV-v: i 1 persons who supply their places. [ Va., Juno C, ISGfi. I k-in.'"i.m: l.r.imly ISranJy i itt:............................. . ...
Unirnf .
Lie data and that the uliit oj4 flibfl cif j-i.ur oniciit for the !;iti' the iniMi.iUC! a 1."anti: esliich inu'-t iifeuit a considerable ilflny the Jutigo directed the There was quito a largo attendance of spectators 1)e 1)0.11 I lht- ctte.t Ehu.hs.. ...................".. !. .'. ..I
BiUh Ii I
; m>;> aius.1 tfl u > Florida to h.ivo conceit of action in theii 1cnnn J cie'-.k to c.'ifl J.Vt:. LpscomW; and H. L. Wig- in the coui t room this mrrning, includinghcaily Ji.t.'e.ia'! ; b'hviry, 1'ort, CUrct, and C1InmP'I 110 Lr)wi> T. :- -............. V

low this tiir.a1o i ia now pat: i.t. 1flO Vt'flPId$ towards i oconstnirtion, for upon 1 a-id, that they might be bvcrn and added to the all thomemburs of the; Richmond I lar. W1U1.8. OB*! A Fl)5t65. V V -'
: 'otion an l to Savannah, f/or.i 'Lin now aiuinteresting All of hi.h will be doU at rc-Juit-d ::
First, it has turned out that tJw t 1aa now Gran.I Jury. t Messrs. Uocd, lirady and Brown, counted for % JOHN prfe cI.aILK.l.y Corn, per oiioltof!, iwck includ>:ilO.itc ........... ...
) : I"h<>v, thf T'nion men, must aFFurnp the rojspon-. entv'i'ir.v.o, ( 3o At the call! e>f their names the parties who Mr. Davis entered the court room about ten: Jnnr Ifr-lt at A. 31. 1t'Cd4 Whirf. ... .... ........................ .. . .. .
L has boca. I maikotij f> hor thau-s. Theio lx ......
aSixtcd nii.'i .
very materially 1 r.s ; r II11'1 can > :_ Hay ....... .
tat Qxe j sib i1itt thf raji ac'nwtof tin? States lately 1..fl t t .>* *,. (1" t'-\f .-f .-'vH *i-t iiiVl "j"O'.cr s i oro aql Jn, ttei1lV r.lr.i advanced to the cleik's ditikouM _,.,, o' lotk and awaited the oining of the couit.AUOUC KLc, IndiaI5 ............................... ..... .,. ) ;
uautitj-of LiI'omntf i&hI I
Mi'-ti line
; L. : x __, ;r- Ci ft'I IftdntailLi'1 by them, tho
i lion to the land )planted has lx"n Jef-re-asesL m due t1I !o thra iLc honor. If a cire'utai,'o so einiritly I(1na:1I1 1 by our sihteStsi'c -; I \\ not take the oath (that ho had never given took his scat and the couit was c-rcnod VOGALINSTEUMENTAL nide ....... Gaoezszai..
I aid comfort to insurrection ix>n ... .................. ....
or in .
h Added to this draw lack it lia bwtitlrtrra \ cr Jo'i tr vrrnme-nt is fnrrne-1 ATI 1 carried cut; will require tlio in 5'e-l ( IT.its of 1'enracolj any pcisoii by the ciicr. V Ham'........................ ............... .... -
At and ( JJaIrr, n Inj-t tl.c Unite States, had "never sympathie AND Hattf' ... ................
i thry wi'l be to blano an.l held iwponfiblc-;; Jcflrpa al, tho Atlantic and ( uf] After the lapbo of several minutes Judge Underwood ............
that the etcaJy application of lalsor Las l' len Mich mismR'nntrriner.t to all future 1ll .t.l, an-1 th" cai'itali.-ts of Savittnuih. AmCSJHH l with therrU-llion/.,) ho was discharge*!. addiesjiing the Assistant District Attoinoy ( I)the: 1O.V
:' i pone-rations Wi iIand look the oath and was enrolled as a ibJt1 pi na........................... .
not a ]little elUlurbcd liyT tho diaxaJd ofnn. A mw-tinjr of tlie Union men, though they maj (:i.illj-d\H s it want the licnrty nul coniia I paid :- Tjiiow. .......... ;;""

tracts on the part ofinany of the fiiiolaifai vhttiiad < nejt besj ti'lmtrda* their: Ol'I'OtiQXI nei'jhlxvs. and cnitionf suHii-iont( fiii.pot] of tlin latter, nntwo grand juror. Mr. Hcnncssy-AVo are rcidy to bear from CONOERF'I Adamantine...........................
I | .JiouM be held, irud inaujrui.*' a plan for thoiiI sliouM ilnubt tli'-ir capacity to w j), e>r tlie-i; A gain the Marshal vcntm search of more I you whenever it suits your con\tnicnce. Fo : rur. Supe-f ne.............................. ttatJT
i engaged) on the rutioa p'aiitalions, fj ) ; VjuroiH, anil tliero was during his abbenco t Kxtra............................... WWuT
which \ firrun* action, which for their own Fafetv, hoi iid nrve to a lie\e tlieir greatest maturial pootl, i iwo iu the couit ) this qural Mr. Ilcnncssy arose and the counsel, lawyers nE' 1-1T OF A FRLE JUVEXILC SINGL NG Family.................... ......... .I2.0f uj
cauft) we notice 1h.v in niaiy porlians, 0fa( ) be- a cool O1 ('. I, ae>m of tho people susgohiJ ( ouM d.iubt that all thc'r: Lct onrrpV* wll i room. During pause : i and hjKictators present rose ant preijtod forward M th* per KTOR4................ ... ... .3OOCU f l=

1 Goorgia l per ack ...........................Ijft
i He-ed. I of! S apNo. ...........-....--u............ ......1T -,-
that calrulmiiuns very materially aSFi 1, a> a1 I <- and all citimis in favor of a health} tin! ; c:!et.....................................
foveinur-eit bo atton-1 ar.d aid ir o government to the questions propounded by T ,, If ..............
a lato day fj-ccslinrn rvjuirrn to aj pe>al to Ilia pp.iple of Savannah see j : J Bon ....................
( nis! '
many have aKinJ'tnr 1 <...inHidcir&Lle \ forming tto party wli'VJi will in futuro F.IVC i th< kor was called by tEe clcik, and a tall man, ipM r. UceJ yesterday are cons."J< rd of some I imjiortance : ui.r1.srn.. -t iI! c1Oe hU M&licL: wi' k.............................. ... .

portions of Uiosc St&iesto g t Miw 1- countrj'. Your's rcsjMft fully, to l have }**n brought forth l.y the pns iico o f' i :iueuitly a stranger hi that city, camei forward, I have written them out and pioj i e:>st J. a Urnv'l V.'VUI. .mil In-.moni-iit.'u CVn uit, I f':lnlO'I.................................. .. ...
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tJppi, Louisaaa and .tiknn.sa. 4 llri'l'llLICAX.A.s tie! Pr. iJnt of (tLe 1', i: 0. i.! K. ia that dry] i t'iok the thus oaths, and was: aJdud lo the Grand to iai them to the couit. M'ay it please>ui 'WEDKE DAT EVENING JUNE 20thr tl'i I T VVhi..Ly oatcc................................. ....... V

Jury, making u;> the number necessary for Honor yestcnlay Mr. W li. Iced ot I the i1.T ............... ... .
pexccnd, the late iitissippi ih :r-: \ ore cf lite rw.ulls of the war, a poodij \\ho, with l his necu tomc-J rc.il an l enor r.: ev\:' bu.Mnu- ono ./ TI-IE CIX-ST UAT.T.- 'gars 1r UI ........
for Jc3crs Davis
counsel propounds ccitari: 1Lanwgz -
and Louisiana! t"lU>n lands, viii< h I haelestroyc'd inumt" r of good men of tl.ei North, who, of: ili.-'j.layi d in the ilirfihar o of Iris duties, hail.e : -f I Th<- folioing is. the lIonel -OH male up : J It- qutjstioiis to the Ci'iirt and to wosliich, in I tl.ti : V. fi.aii i.i..uu.1 lii.j 1 I-i.;.its wi'l dtnni Ix.n.l, -\f TJ! i rrmir 1(1 i %' .,,, per dez.......

tlioufauld cf a .< ? of e Uon Ia'l
the wobt picililic cotton tiirir a".d stood their have pi lielt! the sjreJy completion of the ('. Hiws I L. D. 1 I.LriiYi, C.V.. Xowland; F. [ to answer. Mr. Chandler! is still; alpeut, 1e :rig, p ngr..cuiK win i oe j'ii'ri'iiUJlr". Jo.Ujtt in Will tit.i tive'lay j CanK l>.tton Xo. 10 icr doz. pair..... . .. .. jy,
(aupfi Georgia f
rojion, has lnvom1 a : by) Ha. nobly, cCIit)1. ( It- iDcvoiely) (Cl-iules I Whllchuist, Wru. T. H nil Uvutciui i K--.I-S nn the \Wiii. ; ClaiiB, Tine pr doz...... .......... .. .. ..K
voy conieleral ease oj" ratii; lRi'"l3ac reoodiw Q
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ddnobtic calamity ; but as I j ivnti pod Jix>r juli nt R. Ccn. : ...................
tion of the yield at oise tie pitnuwoA | like good anti worthy men, affiliated with the It is known that we have, to tl.e ufnv t r, b ant Watdwoll, T. Dudley, j ., Buruham Davis; that 1 would pioec&l to-day; to ie-py! to the citostions I SUouM thiwcctlier 1 lo crt v.n5ivuratl to: cocinunce! tLc at ccnctrisil li.tlf-pat 1,8. Shot p -rib. ..........a.... .. ..... V.

Third, Uie;late rains! Lave Levaniral, nnJ| l late rtlrt-is, (w) callrel} e tftm5n thi in ii'')W.o ur abilities, advoratol the cfinsolida'Jon oi oniu : r < H. L. WL-ml: GiibeitC. Walker-1C. of the :Icimed gentleman 1 bliall elo so.- I t. kr j To th"s\.anl Jur, Judge Underwood' iLca t 'I he i ioKt.will I* tj.iul; to buy tlia nocts ar YORK 3l\RKKr..
t have ccndacfid to tho raj.iJ j rv wtli of the giiv& j *=in( e they havo taken the oath of allejian, tu < ivtads for tie goo I of Florida, in
to euch lf for tin of which has tern fcund iu thin court against Ut i,' oo t<- be vy. uxl in this. j>I tI. %(.ptrttr.e"WeHtern Flour.................. $7.9ei 8.
pLuil..s uj 5 client, Mr. Davis, and: asks, 'Is it to be tried I : : SU/ro auj IVstofli- StaV . . . *,9 WM
a portion of thur t-otiun Cc-ida to iU J ava os, thai I V OtVj and rxofidvncu; anti lliis woitbv* class of building up of her own wealth population td: 1 Jury or the by-standeis biokc the stilL'icfcS: oi Is it to bcdropp-elr" or''is i it to bo suspended r".So June16 J. u. "Cnis, C ChoiceSta................................ O iiioji
court Common to ine !inm rttraWnUm....... .
room : < :
thty rolglit tiio U-tUx cope with It, and ivot3idlithoice \ TJui n men at'o or ttriviTig; to j ot into ofiio ', influence.an; J we bclitn c that th j oiroits ]Id t I I ; far as I am instructed, I Ulie\e it is to be -- _- Kxtra roun-11 op Ohio..................... O.OOt.. iajO

acics: and 1is an LL'tiouaJ i r to Mir up j-olltical discord. They are nol[ l to a minting of the Directoifr of the 1*. & (i. til!I Juittje L'ifrrtrt.'T t'frnje IIf fbiyrcltJi'tct tu tried, but it will not be i>osbiblu to do so at pitMutfor MAKUI.\ei: GUIDE.-Yot.i., .tirc.U Vhrsiulo: ,-, x.l i Western tiale bmnd.................. .. 1O..1ois
a area of cuto t| ci.-aihl Jury( (fat thy Still Lift-The I'm g l1I a variety of of \vhich I will i\irycaelii- l otoiCjiu? a llrw.t i ''cromon* uthfrn.,.... ............... .....
Ion hat bun levt, at tiLe bottom of the ostiacinnhie h tLei T j F. A. & C. Hallioatln: lIt oider ti>/ ec if Midi anaiTJinjr"n 1 t/it CHy tntJ btult 'IrMSMiUlc (i>fl Licentious reasons, sonic <- Inktru.' tor tor.V.irr; _a Pcr.-oiio or taabout U,, [ Fancy and estm do........................

When it id and its I'uion influent. would .':it could be c'eetri.Vhat los Ixconio Thn-ait: JfaJc proceed to give. In the firbt place, Mr. Davis, n.airr, (eli! iU>'- ar l i'cxr.alt' ia '.* .. ; coiitoraiE Common Can.a.Iian........................ -.I37l4,2$
ct>n>iMuvJ Lhat < <>ttt>n, always ajrciblcutttic Ixaigue e plat ; Aja'tMl t!< Grand Jury-It iinttit: although indicted in this court for high treason, tbujliyy-.pvajri.-ti033cl| ocr ,.euti gyteman<\ I Cood to ihrtfce ami extra.................. KUfli313Mj

; crop, having ieanie to i upon thorn. lut! thcTP is i anotlicr class of Union of hits j'rojw t ? 1 J'l-blat Its-'f, 4t?., $c.tNTLKMUN is not now, and never has been, in the ciutodvof ti c Jvuuuon. or 1'revcntJon of ofu-jjiiii. iiicliulin'. al Ryetf"ur nrt-rCne)........................ tJSjtljin
: many contend ( or TILE (CiUAXl) Jar I tr .if ? div, Mnfo; nuvtr luforu givm iu the EnsfiLJ; C ornmral.Jer'ier.......................... -L1&3 i3
with u unCiVorahlf: &iM>rj;, ud: th iiim j :n in flora! as vr.-ll a? other Southorn Stu.t4: ;., Tho above ijuoU-.! :L1 tide from tin -VtiM 4IL j 1 out hippy to t : this court but ia held by the United St *iaovernment l'-ugnagr>, l y U ra. Youn?, M. 1). Xhix i< really a vain- Com iru-ul, Randysrine.................... 4MC4 i.U

r tocts that j-rc-y uj>5n it, a-Jdillonal! lalltuJu I who had ihviirbt cxr.(r.t in the now do- rtt! for the
fli Luz4 you nutvvithstanding the assaults roc, under an order of the l'rcaiilt !--tt'e r.uial reader, ar.il b illuittrated with ucwarib COTTOS.Ijjlaml. .
bo aflowod for fmlher luila.liaf'Mt' in the r' Ia- j funet Jackaunvillo JhsalJ whoi un lor the con- tmo in'om s of FloriiLi, and to her l a t<:Mi ; that have b jn nm le upon you. Little need to the Secretary of V.'ar. Jn "second 'place bv of one Ln.1Idngrztting.*. Ail JOIIIK nuiirutTKijpie furida. V
tiiej J/i7
or thoin A" 0. 4
: blyitld andwhocwi t- of >oi-t.s by drawing: :i- :'l.', into the of Savan-' i be t.ai'1 Ill uiMItion to tho instructions given at ,, COfltt1I1.1Iiflg m.irriap< anJ ba\in){ the Or dinar?......... ... ... f,
; be HSIT thatdioiwcessary ioE |tir>l arn'ts Uiiibrri, and who ]havoi 14.n a di'd I < lap i even if Mr. Daus) wcr: ju fa: custody of 1 this Iia : urpi'iimcr.t to manni! h'e, khould runil this look. .33..S3..C ... .Jl
Xorfolk. Your lost L' rtii.l-iiiiiL'' T'......,
beiboion has It disiloi ,
to eavo thL'DlLf'Or it Lawi alo, i and tomfort.'d by the Timtt eiuroj it tb1 ish- j nah, the ludativu bunincfiti that wnultlir.cvit.i'ily) and I t-ut: the tHortshich mado have you Ix-esi historical court, it would BOt be possible! for the Attorney Sti'il< ;-> it cin it H ta bonk that thut tvi-ry inn-t one te chvuld.l locked* acquilntrfwith. I not: Mid-liintr..........37.......ai..3--.S6..J............ <

be reaiJ V ri-Jound te tlia Stati-> because it would be ttcncral, m Viow of his numerous and prcss'ng lie atout -Imnrte.. It up. ate Oooil on kiting.. ...Z9.......39..40..4
can on far tli J rurj-oj-o. j meat in this city. Thitso arc of tho Xew Ilng-; > ma-lo to inuwivlate you, and to impede the will be cnt to any one em t5( __ ,
From all data, then, Vfurw ns, we r&iuiol I see land fanatical mdical si-hool, an'l In-ing lint.'ti[ :' hanbfiircil to where patriotic duty as will n.5 1 c uiho justice, will not render you less fa ithh cngr.gcoei'jL r'e rad try,this the case close which of the is session,of to come 41 n-ti-t sj'roce--t.; of Flay, r.bjtFourth Cvut-t. AJdrtI, I'lubuli-li-hia.>r. Wm. Yuurjr, >o, QTOTATIOXS OF SOCTirER---K -V--------.q NOTt.
c4herwiNy tlul the libural cfiimatos madein > !in number and rwourcfand dubious thaiactor -. nature indicates it hould 1 ; and this is to lie: ful and earnest: iu the discharge of your public i Tlntional importance nor could ho case bo greati June 1C-ly Wegivt-U'Ioa-tl.e: ruling qnoUUon for Seali rt,
data*. We ought not to bo Rink Xoe, corrected for Tint .
tiio rly poi-twn of tlio year, inxA y't-M! t ,} | they ha' e Lcjd to build up a J : rty for own sea ports in the Kast. \Vhy havo n<>t t!,<; I ticason.iblf t and licentious suqiribed of lhl Btate th t tL> i to do eo. In the tiiiid place, if MJ-. Davis i ia I in NOTICE. rHAS rlv Mt-ftT*. Msruiing expressly& pePorrnt SccrHru, fanksn. H

: far less san iiuc OUJN ai this time; and that Uitvrop theinfcclvoB, and for the i roherution of their 41k'l' l \ hants of Ila.it Florida, aid the Styddivl.LsofthoF. : city Shall wince and rage press, and oomo furioush"ii anti: the delicate state of health suggested by Mr. ALT, jHTFrm* intlcbtoil to the c-stite of S VMUKL L Wall at, Sew York : V

cannot Iku-3y prunu&i, ; tu rln1 a'ftv: half oi fj signs to d-wiadc the native and adopted trnf A. A: G. C. UauVoal avou-v !j \\ tre.i-jn: and licentioucuosg afo and, teed, it would bo nothing Ics3 than cruel, at this iRt1T, deccad, Life of Local county, are* requif VIRGINIA Safe*
4.; CXpOed hot and unhealthy season, to exse him to thu to make- immediate payment to the ncimed! of Richmond....... 3
I > that of 1800, if, indeed, 11 feboU ita..L tlal quaatlry. I s ol.r ct rioiida; atRIVth Kim tkill they me I themselves to tlirnroztance of this questior L- a rdiigcl for trial aud iinishraent. Nor sIt caild unavoidable fatigue of a protracted trial, which and o.l pt rr.s Lain>r claims <>int tii
: If sf>, thlj ehort crt'p' to thood will d hyla-s'properly, or: IMS uitlientieat notice wPl ,he within i.lra 1 in the bar time rf tueL prcscnf -- Bank Bank ot of Charleston Commerce,, Charleston Frcderickuburp..................2 II}

11t! t I lass prove to be a tiegtaijj tft te> the j-coj-lr r-f tle. "Original Union HKIX" uholikt> the editor of the 1 tive ones of still greater estimate are piit Irg fr.> .. long been '.', we remember that this city ha ejf c oun be 1, present and pnnptctivo, ejngaged recover>. LOUISA A. BuRhirr'. Bank of the Common wealth.....................-*... ..
j c centro and seat of the gre: test for his dt-fi-nco. Neither this court nor of JULe1O4t AJmLeisr.tti Bank of iioaadiIk',..secured........ ... H
j Tias. Ftnd two toui.tiics until r.oithf wants ? any :
Booth : r verfim their j tiallie i iti :__
and FcniaaJIr.a : Lemon
; nJJuekaonville I
; an mere e pex.-ay! f if 11ap-i at- ( gap ; : : beings that has ever disgraccel i its officers have control the BankoftheOldDominlon..a....3
taitlou has bun j thin, and maintain tLe S'OIKI a* their moulhpiew arcdcetlnel todratheiri I tbejT.-oiU t -.--a tiallic which has any' present over person t EXCLTtSIOX TO PALATKA Bank of rhiIlppJ,... ccuiTJ..i... .... M
giran! tn tin.' iuj oxta.T of uia- ra teoll.u'Jy : annually era- of Mr. Davis, and until they have, it becomes BaatofRocktndse.iJ. ... M

long: plentiful croj* of gi'dln uul | and organ; and the will be the ouimcnlfl;1 : t. progr!ss along, as towns of little maifnitud" -" pl-jyed many hiuilieelsof moral monsters and impossible for therDistrict' Attorney to saywhen Bank of Roikineham........,.......:......4}
ta totk iaJ>- j oinuy millions of capital, subsidizing the Bank ofSeottsiie..stxurtai.! .....................
; fior < which will in the Union Convention in ]II:L1'I4S,, ho will be tried ; but I assure the gentlemen 3
lOffj this apjar when it has lxn it be Bank of the
; in
prle whicli o-jlton, ui TO h .if so longer, I thi-i: jtilpit and polit Jesuit: the Jritate ltich- ..... 9
JRSJBfcammuuj. > event' this Statu jcncvrr it alembics. IT.o ower t bocnme f'mondmore intiftioii rendering who re-pretcnt Mr. Davis here that the moment V BiUik of irzinia.. ....................., ........... n
rnsp ;) cities
will lisa bciter r.ilh.Hru iq+_____ ] coratnaallng of : j ,, +:__ .-.. 'anlong. men, for its partiel-: ho come into the custody of this Dart Bank) of Winchentt-r....................-........ 7J
SQamtun Hie expcnscstr ils prtxiucrrcii ; ax't l1nt j ? tho tins gieatr u all Um citiw they shall have full and t notice \vhen it Central Bank of Virginia.....H.-care;!................ n
tI eq>edalj! EO sho: U tho Inj'juitous tax of five he renegato acd dewitir of the ouj Vorily tJtir goldo-i opportuniJy lo "iavif> I along Ixiwcr coasts e\r SenegamLia, Upper ana is mtcnUc-a 1..} try liftn. t prom>j tar as the District! Corporation of Alexandria.,.............. 4) -'i -
Guinea rvin.
j The attitude of dovotion, of tho Time, to the i Congo, Loango, Angola and Bank Pan\tile.-.....-.. I*
1 OOltS per pouiid be plsrod rpon tlio produ' away, and ut wJ 1AuC door lies this unf.arallvlc-i Beiiguda coaibliivi- The wonder Attorney and his associate* ai o corccrn l I.hey thVizJV Exchaiure Bankof Virs n'a, Norfolk.......S
::3.- Union nt this ti-.no and to the rather is that m feel assured Farmer Bank of F5no trtl
Did the j hishofctillty rebels blunder ly that their caw will have a just ?.!i 3$
crop {pw prom's to Ve3ig rvlatiwlj T : hi many traces of kindness, humanity and ani speedy trial without further Fanners' Bank: of Virginia........................ n V
(:so called) of the State, reminds us much of Etho Christian civilization barrier, U t or Merchants' Bank .f
F In proportion t .that ot 1800 tLe V _ should havo survived l such hindrance. Lj-Tchbnry. ......J<
jio <>f rut This I for the Monticcllo ...
; have often in the fatrcets of debasing anal Buy fijx-cul dr art- Bank ..,..
scene we seen citioel: FENIANS brutalizing influences HXorthtrtHtirn
ton wottld inc -itably oonthTit to dccluuuiitD BltOUGHtlX) GRIHT*. thaik (hod l and taktt ; and h>t iu mont of the court which I rnprr nt. Hut what Bank, Je&T!>onyie!! ......<...... in-
it TorJd lwhtin] two giant niastif& get into a fight All AVc announceJ last Wik the coui-ago that more fortunate the intentions of the Southwe-rtern IXink. WytbcviIe........ J*
re&tb that poir.t at whie-h it v ould I co(1 the little poodle* d aj LICO dogs then "clear (he, : of Caaala IViiau iixvaeion than the devoted cities of antiquity, wo can to the ellsporition government of Mr. Davis are I with regard BY BTEAHSS SYLVAN ThDIZN re' Ii.uZ Richmond.................-...., *

repay the planter this ct of its production, at t TelegrapJuc intelligence, supported ftoiuit jajie than ten men who have stood here further infatructod than I : aui L no tbp next rtvslar:. ,p of this Steamer, V.'EDNLS- NORTH CAliOLIKA.Paak .

thriliigh rates of labor : tra k, J ntay be cn P001? around the by particulars, IJlLj the Noi thorn fcuthful among the fdilhle a. m''e it ha\e said. I cow HAY, JCXK20th. La'uri.n Tickle wl'd be soiJ of Cape Ftor....................... ........ .B
aa I'lii-ing vuh! fla.r rai"cl i Tiie I may please your Hon"r, that this cc art io Talatka and BankofCUarWtc..............
i co'1"1"5 aril( from under co voi ings of safety, but comp'u'.nta: of thrcatencxl violence ieturn, f./r II-uf 1'ii'H'-Four Dollars, ......? .
catered into itt giving account of the j>lcirmii h<> v.-lilih took and i tS &'Ofl itS to buinss betro juncll-lt Bank of Clarendon..........
production, and it won! 1 ixir.'i > s intimidation which it is disos 1 of, F. DIBBLE, nt. .................... *
: at this point. !' r just j en K>OII a.s tho fight w cnd ConcequcntJy tho fhn* loft in debt anderaburnitKiifij'.Sj J-c anJ as by a lion of tho Fenian pupoa3 in Canada, cau? .l ly and }>atri Uc ai'tiou have been submitted trust tho heat of summer will Bank of I-exinsfon................................ II
vJ [ miracle tiore will appear a Fmall grinning, the discomfiture liigLeJht Ingal to the have passed away, LImo weather will tbtn bo cool .un.kraiincil desires to take clia'e of a limited lUntcofXorth Carolina...........................
a tixo country most n *id nrupu11Eoonociy and retreat of tho Fuifau military authorities of the govcmITW and pleasant; aid should wo have the >-r (.f rupib. In MUSIC atd FKE> 'II. Ai>- liankof AVa.cboroub.................. .......... 1.1
k | rnajping and fnarling poodle from botwoon the army, attended with the of nt, ansi I can assure you of the earnest of these plea cure [bai1 ii.n'.iono will be reeei'-f I at the residence of D.-. R. I*. Bank of Wa.chitgton................... .. ... .... ... 4
bhould syml'at
k jivv11 cncc> <*>twtl the Ir-gs (generally the hind one) of the capturo most of> it, !>y and fLm support of all the officers of the sexiingagaiu learned gentlemen they will at Ute comer of Duval and Fin rtrects. Bank of "Wilmington.............................. U15anjt
conduct of the i+w1" e South : and conqueror and its leading ofSoors, by tho U. S. author ities. lAW, not excepting the President bo moro fitted for the arduous labors which their FLOKKSCK O-XF.ILL. of Yancrriilc................................. t '
farm and houdo1d tn-wy logathbarking with hifl 8j>5teful might the "We proceed treasonable whom the profession constantly imposes upon them. In Eeq.nIFrwIet-ne.o.r., Dr. : xSASi"! Iii nil '' Commercial Bonk, Wilmington........,............-l4.
ovciy should study to enL aid to condense the incidents as they now flatter and fawn upon, but the meantime the Holric.H*tcle, CoL O.R llart. r itlWt Farmeni' isnnfc of North Carolina................... IT
: L traachto utoost in o.\pcnditujvs, and whipt dog. Of course, he is then the frie oi occurred, as wo gather them from the whom they will probably sewn curse as heartily: referred "crystalizatjoii process"mich Merchant Bank of. Kewbern...........-........... 49 VV
i I i productions' augtZtaD the winning mastiff, and can find it eafb to bark paper as they did two years to by the learned gentlc that antea- tutu tLe. doily A party about 1000 strong,uucler Gi-u. (Y'Neil, But I ago. will bo going on, and his client will be enjoying SMALT.Tract of about Miners' and Planters' Bank............... ........
:i its of the family. If this coursobo to his heart's content had reached Rldgeway, about ton miles from tention, gentlemen toil law of, am glad to call your att cool breezos of the soa at Fortress Monroe: A first rate land, eitiiatod near TWKNTY-FI\T the Brick Yard: Acres, and at of Bank of Thoma yiIIe............................... J1
rigidly As to the other sort of "hita" Congress which puts i instead of a distance of three quarters of SOUTH CAKOUSABaok
g 'pmwiel another of which the your inhaling the heated and feted ate | a mile from Jacksonville,
j-var u-HJ itwn upon our pci)- Waterloo ferry, where* the scouts discovered own vindication, as well as that of tho country, i hero of a crowded court room. ausI I Is Fur offered for rale In whole <>r in lob to unit purchac r& of Camden................................... 41
ple more full of promise'. "VTa trust editor epoaks, curiosity is on tip-too to learn ilbiit a large force of Canadian volunteers when (Gr-n. into your own hands. In 1831 Congress enacte Mr. James T. junelC-4t terms &c., call at the store of Bank of Charleston............................... 11
prove $o.He itrill ry has recorded any ono that ho struck for 1* as you will find on page 488 of the fourth- Brady, of Now York, one o\ A. Ii. nuSSEY CO.UOUSE 1ankof Chwter................................. 1*
O'Neil at once deployed his columu into I lino volume of the Statutes the counsel for Mr. Davis, then Saul :-If your V Bankof Oeoreetom........................... ...-M-r :
i the |Mc ir old flag; ," which bad men so much of battle. The Cana-lians at Largo, as follows: Honor please, I did not esptftt to one word TO KENT Bank of Hamburg1.............................. Uw
Honda Times aid "Oripral wroiigod and which advanced upon tie] Shc-nox 2. And bet further enacted, That.1[ this morning in reJwcnce sny a drraHc rciphborhood, with 4 V Bank of Ntn-lory....................... ... .......4* V
with <( DnicaSTea, at ono time BO much needed: Fenians, when the bkirmifih--i-s! on both side? if any person or persons shall corruptly by- vis. to the eas of Mr. Da II en. The lloiihoialn rom and a kitch Bank of Sostli Carolina...........................14 -
tie Editor's Good Hit" his ail- Curiosity should be gratifio.], and history ex- tin cats or force, ddeavor to or But some of tho suggestions, conain L in imrticulnrs inquire of very good order. For further OM Ii We had an article ia ] f hanged shots with a bri&k fire, -.ir.tll; the FenianNkirm'Ii'htjrs date influence, itt imni- what my learned friend has just said make: it junel&-lt P. FUIDENBEKO ('ornrneictai Bari. Coiambu......................J V
dawn a lila lesi c, InsarJij; t2 indicated, for the Era informs us that were orJ<' rod t fail ot-imprtlo any juior, witnoss or officer, iu proper for mo to state that if 3Ir. Kiy St. Farmer' and aLan.c........................... i
*oflic\vhat > > Lak.. The any Court of tie United Statew bo not ):scbant8, ChtTaw-.............
tightly onthe iaisriy w'if he struck blow for in the ......... ........
styled on< important that discharge '
; "Unjon man "dear old main bodies then lireJ noverul volleys into ear hotlnj I of JiL duty, or shall technically subject to jour ion, LIST OP LETTERS V ieoples'IL'u-.k............... ............. ....... 41
among whom if the edikr of the flag," when he accepted the office of Juzt ice ol when the I furce, obstruct corruptly, or by threats or it i is only because no copy of this indictment, so RL1Ai1iO in the I'oat Office laaters'B..nk.! Fairneld.......................... Is
Foni.uis or impede the Jacksonville
Tiinet, aad aivancod on ll.e double I due administra: far as I advised Fla., lantern' and Mechanics' Back.- *
speaking ,
oomiilimontarily of that, the Teat and swore to support the Constitution tion juslii-o theruiii am has ever been served upoa Southwestern Railroad.............. .
; irrion quiCk with fixe bayonets but every person or lu'm I CrXTLlMAN'i ..... ........ Si
of tha "original Union ; the Caii.uli.uis persons nor any list of witness, nor LIter' LIST. State Bank....
men" of bo o ..
Florida, of the Conftxlorato States, that did help to bear oilL-ndliig shall bo liable to prosecution there any A-ACont* D C ,. *
t who stood being drawn up in an orchard beyond for act done of those which ore requutd to bo done Miller Bird 'nionBank. O
the a sw '
by honor and rights of thwr State in "original Union men and amp, by indictment, and shall, on conviction tho B-Bo'ton! John McCormlck J B
unmistakably loyalmen' and protewUid therefor by statute. It may be true that in this ItrnziU E OESROIA.AUjTHHta .
her hour bjf a heavy be punished
of intervening brue.hwooel fine
by not Mel.aryJe.mes
4 and '
trial, resisted flit exceeding five A
purpose of the to victory. And when ho was put I to the the vlvance hun.lml dollars, or technical sen&o ho cannot now ai.d never has Brown Vc ner Moody Jif-ob A InTOTftnc and BanMnjy Coinpanr.- ...... I*

Fedora Government, cpon n Lt thr-y, as well tOt as to bupporting the Constitution of the Confederate was countprmandcd by Gfn.O'Ncil three months by imprisonment not excocding been amenable to your authority ; but my 'bro HoydViUInui Honnett Maiden Daniel 2 Bank Bank of Ansmsta,,...................... V
both Peter of
or Athens'
and orders according to the thor .. **
W the out and out given to fall bu'.k. The counsel Mr. Reed Xorgnr.ir James .
sex-Cbfiionigl, believes to Ixian States, may bo entitled to bo ccnitiuod Canadians nature and aggravation of the offence. Mr. stated ytsleuxlay that Bjkw S.indercon Mye., William Bajikof Columbus........................ B V
: act of tyranny, to prevent tlicSyiilLrrn States into "hit" for the construing this movouio: into a ro- ".i'i'r' i'ed March 2, 1831." Davis was not claiming the benefits of any lenjeinin,, T Mantrrom Flo tor Bank Commerce..,.............. *
a old flag that ho retired to thoWtt of theo wants of forms but Baruet Mr.BroAir Moiriron Bank of ...... *
treat advanced .
from & from their You will thus have it in on the contrary, I'eter V
withdrawing from their covering on a run, your power to LeacrHollrutr > Bank pf the Empire State...
exereLso that he MiUer H
coiii.r.ct with the Indies to a place of while was hero to from A F .
safety tlioI
teeing VVIUCh the a wholesome restraint express his own :lij s John Bank Middle .
Fenians ..
Manuel Goorpia M
other fitaloB faced licentious .
were about
when and upon | Independent
the-y believwl that I speaking through us his ardent Hurt Walter Bankof
the. doituon "original UtkU men and unmiufcikably loyal tnniju and jHjns, and dire for an MiUhul Jnly Sa\annnb. '
met them witha_ counter charge when] upon a press which, as a immediate trial and IW1 C AIknnet't Bank of the State -
and tho Canadians of
government, blind ; although it ho Mitchell Geoiyia
political association leader of the blind may Ueortje .- **
: texrome hd mca" were fctriking those manly "hit that TWO inilaully to has been and still is hot in Richmond, it is infinitely very Capt Ceo A ilarel Joseph Central Railroad. Banking Company............... M
inimical to their put route: OIIB the hicf worse whoro he C-Caodary John
liberties and the pu- finally bore down the flag which the editor: had being pursued e copses of past, present and prospcctivo is now and far Mitthel .Trhn City Bank e-f Autmsta.
Lanai sigiits of their pwplo. ITio by the Fenians about tv.-o miles, T\heri: ) calamity and misfoilune. ; so as the convenience of coun Cook Dr. John II 2 Mitchel Honry Farmers' ai.d Mechanics' ..-...,, 1*
*IItorof thee fifnrii to iujyort. And this last "hit" of I his in Tho murders sel is concerned, they euro little for that Cook A II 2 MoEntin! Georgia Railroad and Bankirg Company...
Timti with aUcoaiplaisajil jujsuraau- thai it. iocidally the Tiinft they! wcr halteil. The route ia said to have duels/assassinations, violent and I ience, impelled as they are by conven Cru>e Kev Joserh C Mixon S-immie Henry Marine Bank............................/ JJ*
very much *iembIe tho ono in ppirit iingove>mod passions, ending in ti sense of d uty. Conau Albeit V MochanitM lank.-
I : cool and refreshing in boon maikod by cvil. ces of tho utter demoralization tiyn and self-connagra- From my own experience in the Con Wm II 1 IP-FritrLar Francis M, Merchaiita' U
the hot days, and achievement that the Jackass made, when tclt' immolation unparaleJed in city of Rich Ponder March and Planters'Bank-.....rf '
t codearoTB to worai himself into t thie of tha flying column; such as cast-:iway heiatht-n country; the i any mond, whoso hospitality I havo enjoyed, certain Core M T Ponitroy lennmir.e, 1'antirs'hank.? ....... I*
go-jilly a.iid with bead and talo erect, and brazen trumpet: : and poverty, suffering, agony ly I would bo happy to remain Ciner Wm Pontire dPolhe Tinilx Goiters' ........ ...... J
7 rtepectalle kaaj of inca, and thai out Liz thunder arms, knapbacks coats, &.c. The los on thin dogradtttion, which have given this city of through limo heats hero cither ( exeM I) ArhlUip Union Bank,...................,.- .

himself end them Low tjy bounding ho rufcbod occasion was six killed, and fifteen wound l almost ujiofjualeel natural capabilities, its I bad winter. We of summer or the frosts of D-iKUno Doogne I.t Wm T A E M anufatturer.' Bank....,....,...,,...........,.. "
-baiUy titated "Dovn like the wolf tbo on niincnco the counsel of Mr. Davis BarridtI III
they on p&no"! are the legitimate fruit of the can only -Raycroft John -A-LA.BAM.1t.
tad the of the teach >ari JauimDftviH 1
botn by eooefcsicru8ii< v hen and part Canadians, amor.g whom Liemt ings of its say that we are entirely read '. Kobtrta, Ji-bn Boafc V
; the truth L. the actually kicked a dead lion.UNDEltWOOD'S public press, and anything } know: Kkhard of MoMte! ... l "

;; florid DIMM, nor no eao elte l .s CoL was killed at the first lire, and Lo able to contribute towards itj reformation you can that we cannot control the action of the District: Dutton Joveph. L Roblm Roberto n R Robert liankof Montgomery.....,..?,...,....,,.......?.. M

that editor in that evcrphtudi JUDGE CIIAIlGi several other officers. The Con.vlian will, in the highest degree bo Attorney. We thank, him for his polite I>yer .Asa iiDuckworth Richardson Lewis Bank of Selma-.............................. O
rt>x*i t-d body of men of the' TO byte was ( causo of the serviceable to the to our questions, and of response Ilcnry Robinson M Commerrlal Bank........,..,.....,..,..... ** j
state, tbLpruvud by "good hrte/' tuch THE JUJIY AT KICHMQXD.It otuJ thonfcand four hundiod strong, unJ.r country und of humanity. Hut, leave this course wo must now Drvton L2fl1p.D Robinson Joseph Thoina II Central Bank.,..,...... ** 1 -
editor as tho V < command tntlemen, let us art with moderation question for such action as the ov- litliri B N KootemBank..............,. O *
never made for the Uirton ho MIC w j>/isdonafdy w now generally known that the trial of of ( oL JJuchanan. crimination, fcnf thouah; a and dis ernmcnt may prefer or think proper to take.g :1 big JBUMM Ready Raynor Patrick Northern Bank...,...,....,.... \
Mr. Davis has boon The Fpaians prostituted press id DonalMOn George D Southern Bank,.......... ... M
wOTsL5p J their fa.U and their mauliood. put off until October. The took quarters at Fort Er jV.,__ one of the greatest alamitiew, a froo and virtuouvj : K-EuU.LfcaE'W ITenry S-Spencer Romulus .

.' recent bCfifcion of tho District Court, under the While this was going on the U. S. | pxcbs is one of tho greatest THE Mi8sis.srm FLOOD.-Another V Floyd' lVtrFoxcrafi S mmon, Hamilton TEXXESSEE. '
authorities public S
-tho blessings a hundred foot wide crevasse, Oi>o A Jr V pp 8Stanley Bank of Tennessee, old Usue................." M
vln the &tteaxwl acjiwu.f the ediu of tlic aufrj ices Judgo Underwood, at Ilichmond is a placed gunboats on the river in order to intercept virtue.greatest ornament and support of public levee below New Orleans, has broken .through the F01an, Thomas & Co Smith Henderson, Planters'- Bank* newidoae............... .. -f

: fuses,
; Moridion and the Uichaoiid tory of the coming trial of Ur. Davis, and into Cana la, as tho movement wai violation said : Judgo River country and the Guachita and Atch B-Gibson Jereey Smith J W Bank* of Chattanooga.... B **
ouriwlves irity, aad mM i by p a laya rivers afa- Geiger John V David II CtunffitTco.......,......................... **
in the r w, of the td in-t, he; not whatcvor of notoriety it may bring to Judge of the neutrality treaty; but despIte this a few I a the ab,encoof tho foreman Mr. Harrison are one vast ocean. The Louisiana Green Robert $Sivew Lone Gee York ; Knoxville. *> ,

only doe* aui .. j Underwood, we are disposed to aid in extending moro hundred Fenians crossed will act as foreman of the Grand Jury. country papers give sad accounts of the floods (JordonWll Phnfard T> P Mernphi .,.,.. *
aj-yumeut and Middle
with arjrummt, ort'HUi.it over at wig iard.ed Iho Grand the distress. Provisions Gippn Henry Tennt-isce.... .
Jury are -
having retired Biicmor.8 t
3 tacte it. \Vhat fame the Judgo will hU to to their room, warded. constantly for Gift G'jipt Joe W Cicm !
acquire by points reinforce The
but the force of Gen. 0' Judgo Underwood corn and HH-rni I' .
Xij lJs4 actually asseits Nli1.: said : cane cotton of twelve Grace TillmnnGillard Geci ga u theeion......, .;;. ..... ..... ..........
.. wud by tha papers quote!, and mote than brutal assault, in a grave charge: de On the 2d iiiit., however, two columns of: the Wo shall bo happy to hear from members of parishes aro devastated. E WtlHaywood Stone eveUv willUm Peters Buck'. Tesie.i'

t4"t? //M I/- r -- veiod under the emino of the United States Canadians, ono under Col. Pnacoelr_- .v y tirn. *jof from the bar a distance., ulwavs ,triviner_, 0 f nrofflrnrvpo. ..vi> f/w- w.uii-uiuuia...v GnnaN DIETARY INTELIIGENCE. im. T Haidock Wm John 2 n* -- 2 Cl5 .J : ::;:::::::::::::;:::::;;:;; : o

I. tUrra: I;. --* wed i clrarlbv \ may in "Herr Von Wiederhold Henry Edward* W-\Vanttefl .7 Merchant Bank........... .
adcr to bo WHAT IS TO HE PO' E WITH the Minister of .. .....
4 onj'nfti tTiioa wen",and delight in 4>hit oi i estimated by its not altogether disfeimilarity Opposite directions, and eo menaced Ge-n. O'Neil ME. DAVIS TO BE THE INDICTMENT? ? IS has resigned. hEels succeeded by General Ilardogg. War, I krIy Lawreuoa West Williams Jsmes Loulza C Ococo Norihe' Bank........ ...... z% N V

; aid all fry thfr "uuuuetnLibly loyal I that which Boast Butler has acquired, by that he was compelled, fur the want e f TiLlED ." Lot us hope that the noble JIodrTW WhIIOJGW 1nk..U:::::: .,.'.!:-v-: -V
niull at hitting thorn.t proper William B. :Itced, Esq. of Philadelphia army of Wuijtoraburg Bankofs1u1by-ine. ........... ; ..........
n oeaJ b4crt that his notorious a'sauItupon the ladies of Now Orleans fcupport, io make his retreat towards the AiiiPii- and addressed the arose will find itself able to support Hard- Hall Pa vM ? i'.tl B Footeii Southern Bank..........,,... .......,.i. U
niith/T of tliceo pa jf ai from court as follows : fggs yoke.-Punch. 1 1 utchiusna Charles 8 LI Traders? VD3Vflk..............-.....
-L t a tuij; which caa be conetruod intl behind a strong array of United can shore on the 2,1, only a small number BUCcecding 3Iuy it pleased your Honor, I bog to present Harding rrospor "Warty John msI41;

2ita oJgo Ij Union lacn' and unmibteiably titatofl; bayonet For a coarseaeca which has about 700 of them having boon cap V the mybelf counsel in conjunction of with my colleagues, as Hopkins Itendrnon C M White Bank Of4tIflerlca ,,,...,.........................L$'

c e" dragged in the ermine in the dust it is tured by the U. S. gunboats Joflbrson Davis, now a prisoner MARINE NEWS. Haynvv Wm Q White A b&nkofLoulsian&.......
; ct1&.n3y the **"* ncv hat equal to guarding the river, of State at Fortress llonroo Wilderman Bank of yew Orleans...... .. ...
; r ; aJ L the genius and and under indict Hotfarlli llroderick J 8 ..................
'p / lrt1-Am tJfn a delight in 1larityofJ&ith.eysinhispahny among whom were Ge.ru O'Neil and staff. mont for high treason in Honor's Hall Ei d WeeOman J A C anal Bank.,......'_" ""* **""- "*.................. 9f '
doing to, weIhtra days. Hereafter when infamy A few of them Wo find on the records your Court- J9so.rvtLx4E1, Jt.Trq Hi irlgal T O WhitlocI C A & Co Citizens' B rik ]..*!............. ........ C 9S*
1IAtt.kono: in !1 case* where shall become'oagerto wore gobbled up in Canada by of your Honor's Court I.-lrtrin Wilson Holmes a 'es Crescent City.,3\

,. ,t biT*' *UAciaJ they gather lier choice jewels, for special the English Heinforcing bodies of Funiana an indictment charging Mr. Dam with this J Johnwn A, Dr 8 1' 3 WiHe v Capt Louisiana State Bank. ........I!!.. !!.!..!!..... .' i.!'I
EwmudTufl to ote fido purpose high offonco Juno 10.-Star. Ilellen O Ward I'atnck Mesctonjcs-andTrader .... !. ....... >'
or thc the will call and and it has seemed to tty, Jn/rahnm, Rivanmh Johnson Clout W Bank. .. ... -
4 V ( otita;, and fi\on # iujcjof .link together the names were prevented from crosaing to the Car.ada caubo of iustico due us duo to the mdtm. and txwacnirera to J. $. Sfunnua & Co. Johiifon Jamca Weller John F Merchant Bank.................. '""...... 60ew
ouuscicntJuus convictiow of Jiflrey*, Butler and Underwood.lllscvrhera border to this tribunal, due to the Juno 11.-Sch.John Walker, Orertoa, New Teak Jenkins n WbItSWRT2 Orleans City 8cnp.-fr......."I".......... "
r of daty, !wf u don thai duty by the gunboats that protected the river; feeling of ono sort or another which be des 8. Bamrnls i Co.: J. Johnon John 2 Woolen 81. SoutheraianL. .... .,.............' ........110 .
\ of cLiracter, haaor and boooming'men we publish the proceedings of the and thus tho Fe niana were brought to grief.British -, cribed as cryetaluing around the may unfortunate and June 12.-Btmr. Kate, Looliwood, Charleston, ndac, Jenkins Dick Vf F 'wrnanie IenJamixr, sLIn.ank. ,..........;................'...........MI
V count o. It ia the ArUai6A CourfLo mart, that w6 passengers, to J. H. Soxnmu. Jones !V-YounsrDani STATE. O'iDS AND courojra.
: //u ; regulars have been thrown come at the earliest i June 13.-Stmr. Dictator Edmond "W VtiginIaBouals.' ..." **
tuui, bock" vote, wo LAW taut positions to day to tJufl wnitand ask of your Honor, or and pa rtcivrcr, to F. Dibble; m< Tr Jjnwrenae Young 1 North Carolina Floyd Bond*...................UtoTflL.
& the
ffl k> (I'ms iiit guard Canadian soil. The more Jon 13-Stmr. Sylvan Shore V Daniel II TTork<} North CaroMna Bonds...... ... *i SI
t cd if i a fJi TOOK properly we g tloinin who the Tucker, Savannah...F. H-Milea John eorgr ............. to ,,
fWau kto etray t ha* THE TPKIXB! FWHOB FLESH FCapt Fenian bubble has boon over-blown United States the represents 'Dibble. -V Yerby EdwuxdIJST. South Carolina Bonds..g, .......... -
tbiir V ijftp, aad one has &und the Xohomiah Calhoun, master of Ibo schooner and, consequently simple question;What is i pro Juno 13.-Sloop Folly, Chombcrliu,Laurel JIcFadgca JTulsoaA Georgia Bond*,...........,...................loetolG
I S ortift T River June 13
ratter hu was be tried -Stmr. St.
1 *irfi ffct feuii mLsfortuno yeetcrday arreatod by oflicera Chown worX passions of the leaders, have brought ruin ? Is it (and this is a question perhaps 8. Jr. Monter. Mary'*, 'Ward, ft. Augustine, U. -Ataway Mrs E Hicks Nancy The above Bom are bongbIt fth COUQs5,
fee and 3Iillcr II from
-Brown .
that I have Miss July 1s6
we did ,
cot no right to is Eliza. ,thclnde4 '
plare him thera (( the Second aaIj) it io be with June 14. Stmr. lUsler Trst
Koif ws io not *'<7i e Precinct, on complant of Henry upon tho organization, and all its proud ambition drawiiforisitbesuspendedF If it is to Jno.; Clark.: Gen. Bheplay, Bow, EnterpriM, (a Burns Bardttll lira Borah J:. Jenkins- Lu.y City of 8 v mih] ......
t tho snggoslians" of the Bargh, Esq., PrcauJeut of tho. Society for be Lntuta K Keller City f Anguuta, t
& has boon laid in the duit tried lliau Alice
7W/'nfl5onrelo! to hold, Conrention of Prevention of Cruelty to Ani'mftfa. 'flti theV Cau it over raise 1 may it'ploase your Honor, speaking for V -Cnto Brown MUa Fatcey L-Liagters ilrs Jane E charie t<>| cit7 ;;..;;.;.:;;;;;;:;;;; ,
iU head agaIn ? my colleagues and for myself and June U-Scat. Damon Mini Carman NewOrieandtyB.fi.Bond
"h.11 for the ab Johnson Lacourse -
Unimi" rcisi for plaLiant made oath before Justice Doa&o.Juuo. Bo ton, to Z. 8. CumaiUMrs ; .7SIGNj'CftyMewpblaenttbystTen..60U
; ,indeed Hogan that V 5a? *
sent client [
there nothv I sat with -Mi11ey Mra
u ,
and I
V the -
*! o 'JD to veesel, which recently arrired from the coast V with oarheblaefis- that .aay it : llStmr.. HeUen Getty,*Ingrmluun.' Clork unaa F-PtrkerMr IIaniS City Mewphi* JUUroad,.......................M to tt-
J see than euch a Jkrce of Florida, was laden with turtle which The Vicksburg Journal v6 come hers s prepared 8. &unmig & Co. Savannah-I.V Clark SCr Sarah Ann Pelrce MJM Lydi City Memphis lLunIdpat .....;.,.....,.. M t W
: confined together in ,cruel were says negro $ y nan instantly to try that cause ; And,we shall ask no June ll Biig BalUc, Hooper, Sogoa la K Enbanks: Mrs June 'Poiiuett Miss L 2 Bavaanah Conpon,,> ......*..,....-.;...1...N to -
ti &ny the a manner by Jying jJMw.cjnplorpd by Mr. J. Fomttor delay at your Honors hands, farther than Bucknun. 'OxwA, T. K :Eubanki MiM Mary Primes Member AngwU Ootrpon*.;...................... 75toM .
-r 1 4 . Bnuth. T iauJX j'.. barton Miss 14F Paw Mia Worth Carolina ** ,rTermMnee
iiifiite T />.ae niriobofcand ix l e for the of box nuod ? day lastwoek, found and to enable bun; under the statute launch 'Juno IS. 8phr.\Vm.JEjSteTeu 0-C-en bi.e1'n 2 H-R-mcsn Mrs Mary Coupon'j Wml -
purpose eecuring said turtles. with tin K>, Floy.1 gu (41 :
gold and Angus- *
p silver coin amountiti case mode and to Bay* it Paca. ?.1isIidr *
provided ititncj
Tho eyqaiioa ihe ,
ii; jtes- /1-m7 wou4 defendant's counseL on appearing before to ses'eral thousand doflaj ; Mr. indictment till-of JUM ia--BUMBer Kate, Viyw thtflsazii, t 8oipMl Thyro VfrsIacu.; V .. ... ..Mt) 1
> -, $ by political JuHice Hogan, wQl.chum the discharge of. ig cjient on the ground that a turtle) if ,, goldad though If so,justice and* humanity seem to prompt that It-etmr. DloUtor, CJorotUr OraieMary R 2 'WiW&insMts" hat 8'vszinJ&. and Cb.iztston Pind Mqietaze. ;... ;;ioi> -
not aniHia the !i
If <&te. ** <* an meaey was bUX4ed Cbarlwtanr.Dlb.: : -OdssrMrsyeralm .5 Send t
Vly Mortjre.
W negro.i ve should know! Is'it to be WltherapoonMrs8 V
] Vmt of-the euBpcndod
I fish fjxite, & the owned by him' -postponod I3Iarx1scIflMrs """" WontS'oiiieiy&M Wsst
harms Point
If 4 Judgment .wartIe ?? "-"SfcarSylvaa Siore T i & Vrioni* ihatro.1 ndd-.t '
to8.fa J3if \ 1)ylt P If BO, it the 8ty*noh; _, Naiby4lls
f in fitflJ pmdiu g- i rectvce the full ben5t ofthis may please court, with all DlDDJt. 1 TnckirJP.- Vj1i4j n lL1se u, Ilesme, aitd Chnttsnvtega.s4o *.E. Bo.1t. '
4ieove-: respect to y u Iltnor and the gentleman who Jane 15.Stmr. O a. SlicpU ,fRo V Persous a1ing for ax:! 01 Ibe sttrve 'Illi 4eve MOIEPbIS and Chsrksvton qn4o L B. Boei,. 13 VMoI4re
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Clark. KnterrriM Jno. "A-tlI" y -p V I. a:4 'Ohio B. It. 1eefln: Bowia ...8I '
Jut mLV CV
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Ioritta onr2L1sItEe .VOICE FKOiJ"JSome iikzi \VAR-----.4 LITEILtjjJ.- .ft_ I-- > i. I- -. --.- ,:.? : ..z -
iMuty: oii&i, j time ago we published an, abstract of 8TATEsM1N A UENEItALS tUUTUE1N ARE Inforaaatidn Wantei --.at:i.t fFOK : -

:. Tt3 *. (ha Ti0wa of Commodore MAi-RT egarding Jfeiico -: REcIARDED AT TIlE NORTh. A OUT th 1si LIRt, a 'well dresse, eatle.. ALE9: U.1SOUTHERN _

in which it .L a. inn left a tmrpet bag at a nldene in thu '1866. FOR
stated isoo;
was that ity 3855
"Waioughby the ;
was not very rcadablo Now York promising to call pr II next cy1 1nee when nothIng ha ,
TK&M orpi"4 UcI.X1'TwX. 'so promising; a country; ani from time to time corrcspazident oftht, Aigust Con8iin ionalist1 been bc.j frj 'rho carpet hag 00nfabs letters A TRACT OP 140 ACRES _

y-". .-. '.: iJ300 wo have given such data ,writ to that paper, lay 1 ', foflotvs flSdrOs3el to Mr. Daiilel O'IIerrn, Jacksonflle, Fla.Tho .- EXPBJ5SS!; COMPANY BRADLBY'S CELEBRATED -
these owne.
from on esu obtajit the
4.six month., 300 Brazil as wo SU1toCt : aurne on ppUcathu at the ,
S three month ...J 00 thought was reliabV Ani oftire of the. iaTannaJ 1)ully Advertiser. Off THE ST JOHHS EITCE EXPRESS u
C opr .. ...........Ten Cccts. wortBy of considera .; June 0-It milE mostofit thell FORWAHDERS.T .

> CCEIVK and forward in connection with zc.ip.nsi..
ingredients There the
lie in r isa.flood of cmbinej Mvan- J.t> ble
aa\anoe. Express
ran" litorature I
TubMii-ttow I1" TO tof a ofa u.ua Landing Companies,
of rrgaiA'ng the late MEIi-LJEN good linil.
that ;
KUcr cup which fanatic war varied OTHERS orange pmre, ont of j I
hate is in its froctran HOLD :
character, and of ; and nnliinlt ,l pa-lure for aU kind of Suxk j SlLYfcK BULLION, CCUREXCr, VALUABLE -
very unequal at
TUMS Or ADTUTIBEXa. compounding and merit Thp JUST received TOT schooner Witch all sciuons. JJ ot.-t In ice a wit-k.
pressing to Southern lips, the most formidabloi! the "itebellion Queen, Ten JUr- outhous framed dwelling and rACKAOES
Insertion... 00 Record superior Lnbricatine Oil. For wo! on the tenet. Two hands ,
one \l client/
kWM Munrr love of which.M by con pay for the
cur people causes to merely a SMITH place by middle of -
us of M.irch
0 two 300r past abound for documenta transcript official OOHMAX & HAUJPAV; JYioc' with veia-taMes cnt Xorth,- F-HEiailT
( .
and | MK> K
fl4tlPIt inwrtion. 1 00 channels of current publications Na Uoeg' BlOCk Bay.trett2STOTICE.
rh when the
escape new > <
pride honor end 1 I'nr
intcrovU&hall Jure further fevery dr
: 0-t
It particulars in
papers. inquire charge of
Ten I lin Xonparicl type or iq*oc occupying the nuou already anjoiint* to at this ofilcc. Mom.n competent fxxiil
m4T Of line?nke oc &n'. conspire to bid them flee from a Land volumes of five Hundred' one hundzea I- May 2GnMOSS T* fcr alt pan of the Unitt Kbitr*. Through
pages each. The latct loccipu gi\-rn and innumnop citectedkint dooirok
j curly aJvrrtiwmcntK. All
A is the
,t,riraJuTU-imfUti', mu1 U paid quarterly in advance now significantly threatened with the doom of "Uistorj-Army of the rqtomao," by A. A. KICK, Siipcnutcn-U-nU
JOB: fRII THsTG.v juWulc and destruction, that will Wm. Swinton, military Utf of the Timos. -L co-rArtncrehip hcretolorc cx.i-tinir hotw.vn the WANTED. K. N. H-tRk1.
make tho The uiMerdK&ed. under the name and st le .% JJVlaonTiUe.
ef J>, >V genZ.iIhL
1 EVERT STYLE, neatly and promptly! tirruUtdFiioxAl. mountains, the forests and tho of various commanding officers on both sides A. >\ Inm-Boll, wa on th Stli day cf Kfhft h (:i. oU'oJ* ? AprilSS-1m.dministrator's. e
swamps distant are criticized in by mutual nndersienpJ a 1st li to
a tKxlantie spirit much onoM-nt. All claimnpiinut the make arrangement forth _
Mexico very as tomtrnto L *
Wi had the ploi urc of a TIMI in our or Brazil even, a promised paradise, skilled artists are apt to critieios the performance bo prtscntwl to J). ?. JugcrsoII for urttlitnpnt supply of a large quantity of sell Notice.
compared to tho of _t. \v. ixninsorT. tlS
W nine*lay lufl from Mr. ("uintEs ruin and degradation amateurs.l June 9-3t .
j nctum on PTLI'l that \ve 1) AV. 1XIEltSuLl2NOTICE. CURED MOSS persons having denuujitii
the accomplidit >r of the Floridian f- legitimately fear await them in this and >ut the most notif cable publications that are ALL. button, late of Duval a.udn't! the flute ef
when to
be etuntjduc ]
delivered Mw. .
fftomfiMivA l y the llou. J. Jons WILLIAMS, rpoiUrof our eyo falls brought out are those designed entirely for chil the ht. Johns lover at any convrnlont steamboat laniKng: en arts l brrvliy tbOtlfifsltOpre5ent I the same to th .unjor- DIJPI
upon some ( rnoil fur
or on
intelligence of drOlL AVliarf Savannah. payment, wIIhjnreti.e .
Home of Ilepro vntAtives. We wore hip- goodly Through these a bh ,crop of hate and persons indobutl to note MUSK to ho clean, black and all yrencriboit bria.trtl ,.-. p ,
lh< JWWP' report from those distant ALL. me ly or nccount, nrv diy, and ecu t lr bac! to we both of UICM*pcntltmcn looking no much In UKt lands, we foci it to bo persecution forrebols" is"Ueihg planted ; pre >rmc-nt juirrd _
j. our duty to lay it before cisely as abolitionism was sowed of my Attornryc, Fleming & lluuirl for i ollwtion. LillOCht}. WKST & DAXIEI.s WILLIAM U. il4)LriFI Each IIOOP befiig compote.! of -:
jytfl( effin. physical heath, and buoyant in pj>irit our people. In this thirty years June 9-it C. P.tI42ilUltsT. Miy 2'-t ) (, .. -

1 br) left our city on the san-c day for a trip up the river.Ve spirit, and with this view we publish below the ago; I remember then fin-ling Abolitionism in May J6-3t S.itmiuJ -- AIifli.istrator TVO- PERFSfCTLT TEMPERKD Wf4L -

> wMI wo could ncc tho c gcntleintn( auJ other* portion of a letter my school books. One, c'my little boys got a NOTICE.notiie Xotice.I 'WRINGS,
we find extracted from the prize at school the other 5
ftxjm TsuahjU'iW In our city nwv frequently; and tlt Montgomery "The "day it was a book entitled T1 hereby (five to all whom it GOLD PENS, OASES, &c. braided tightly an Soldier ma. Ot'B
they wuld endeavor to Lrini thoir unj our cities in AJvtrtiser, and which was communicated tains Boy. "TLo.frontiepi con that Co <
atrocious lihoL Probate
to an in rfmiv Tifrn. i *all refuse to .Jr. "i of Dural the VurmtSM -
>cr ufdua lightest
that > + nar. cninnll! Ki. and mo a u
count7. ibrtu
doer union and i-jmpatliy by aiding in the effort to paper by Mr Charles G. -j ""!'**" *"** ** < Flotilla for an nW In >'i vt> ...i % --- *.-'-- nmb.
Uunthcr ConfoJorate soldier attempted the life of Federal p ninsory note. made fcy tS July let, R61frt >"o. 15 Maiden Laue the Estate of Surah They will net tn4 break lik
a New Ilinmton. cr UM
eoMohdate our Railroad lines, ani caU Jacksonville formerly a wealthy and successful o ft00, payable one day after dse to the York, L. siarU .
soldier who had given him a drink of water. T order olE. WILLIAM IL hOUSTON but will always prwcrv Mb.ir *
Uneir son port and place of binjm**. planter near that city. Mr. Gunthw It ayVrn.ve foiwurn all pcwon from tr 4injr for the JTAXUFACTUREK8 OF tqiy St-tt ,
says : narrates with approval all sorts of s A. Alm1nlitrator. 'EKraCT A> _
fliw* trritin the above we liave had the p y arj a! o outrages a.ftl I! C012 & Co.m jD BiITJjj BHAlilixAtiJ .
"I am plea* I Ith; our TTIOV T have perpetrated by "The Soldier Boy"and his frienda 9..4 GOLD
Ii&UsofJfar1anuui exaininmi ;
ofevinfO4neTal the PENS .
Litcly i'> &c. -. -
Ian-'q ?:> '- -rrovn; < y .<'" .i-v upon "Southern Sympathizers" or "Traitors." S 19
d Br <>jr. -ral of Militli of the \Vou-rn it E-j Ourrva4'r-johi1 viI. n in inhr! this penticmen the bagaii. Sui'.v Li' ik Janeiro, and will!: op soon to The Ixvilr, in short, is an abominable tirade vvuu sent free with teims for any eenU one to sample clear A HE now prepared to offer jubberi and retail deal- SIX 'a-iAi,. JiuVe from of the Probate data hereof I will j>plr to.thr -.
us popuj j i'Kvk i.t Sin 1'firuA. It is against the South and it is |25 por day. liURineea new, li.bt and or? the Cheapest Venn in tV Market. for Puvnl CVnntv, for letter cuiicii c,
no to got lands ; permitted to lie dis deslrabl#; can be ltieiH.-n of sJmiu-t-ttUon on the estate
tho M Florida ot Retirees <
E&r4Jutiui of la Virpuia; and more reioi" 'l one at home or trevcUntr, nale are different slzte! from Xo 1 *> incuslvp.! ValVr, laU
i hoitp but there tributed to by pr fmiiJo. to of
is the mid
such a of -hool children in this Conservative Ad.irt'ss county, deu-aaad. W. G. ThTi .
variety most CII
E The RIIf
productions W. I.OSEY I'Ol'llkR. :
1 i.e' Ft.rjd.i R & CO 77 prices of Valentine .
etnllj *V ( >*erv We re grati- Jjaau street, New York. Co'ft.t qrnlity Gold Pen !& .
k.d to kii' ti i : .. 4 ma our city ax Idling the and climates that I will look well before settlino.. quarter of tho North. There is no iuBtrnctitfn June 0-It witlio.it cases, and warranted for one y vr,ntcrft against _MayJ 6tp __ RAILROAD CARS, ,
tno tbUte In latitude 15 South I aro-offored throe leagues in it, only a spirit of malice against ar-cMrnt, i Is aa follows: Xo. 1. Pen, $1.25; >o. 2 Pra Administrators
rrolperuuM I '' aul givitif c iivni of of land, right miles from the sea on river the South and the Copperheads. DUtiJtrNU JI.50 i.75; No. Pen, 12.00; No. 4 len, je.Z1!; No. S Pen, Sale of Real FOR PROMENADE, p. 4 ..
Ukini; the leai" i-wlit'on aaj oEtorprise ia the l league hero is a (a ; -o- BPtn, J1.50: No. 7 Pen, fl.50; Ko. 8 IVu, Estate. OJl HOUSE
10,760 area,) twenty-six slaves, HOW bOCTHEHX STATKhMKN AND GEXKHAL5 about fi--O; ffix. 9 JVn,*7. All!) our first IVlW > 4W
ARE complrtrd t.r: quality
arc T
} ,
future. and all the crop and stock, for $17,000. I have REOA1tDrI) AT THE NORTH. & (,o., arc prcjweJ U. .-> .AV- order 1dIrr*for"lumbt bUmpi-d "E. D. Valentine& Co." JL .Tune WILL next*el, at l public sleon Monday the 2Jth Ar of In fitot, they amfaperkur to all ethers, eonWctec-'
THE >y authority from the
'tl IUUMC niil found men here who would loan r by the cargo. They also i-ifi i ABOVE TENS IX SOLID SIT.VKR Judge of PronoU", CO.WFORT tCOXOJ(T
COIOH. frotiwthi ; not fail tovt me the money With such indices ESTEXKJOX of I>uv.li tVnnty, F.onaa I the Real Estate b LI8HSX4341fJJBIxJr .
to future l CASES WiTh klirlnj) ( to -
public > {
'.n.' ota Otirrtit, t J>u giv.u ..t tbe to buy whenever I decide where I wish to locate. fore ns it is opinion e- PORTABLE SAW MILL IOK SALE PENCILS. tbo fcst.it. "f 5-imiM-1 Klli, dcceaned,concwHiisr of ? -- ,
ITio interesting to observe the state of For $2.00, a No. 1 WO
: 1st inVlTUJNO -
m I1l111: shown Kor
i. twenty opinion here iu J2.50
r\ccllt-ncc a No. Lot
the 8 let Ko. 7 Ko ,
dollars per acre. I like the respecting various leaders of l>y two months successful pen, quality. in S-jUflre 4, and the parrel of Land .
(k IJr.. <>nr citizen w> se'dora hive an opportunity of people their government Ult) Couth. Ao tu Uitj ala vt tKo opnition in slvlnf timber Kur.J.2S_ a Xo. S pen, hat quality, near town, containing one and one-half ) '
t v Sautt., in for their lartre mill. nrres on tr. Bradley's
\vinea'i t "it''t"tiiiunuiit of dit ]VhiJ, that v o un'iiijiitr and their religion; and whenever I settle telligent public opinion with us differs material AVOWKA jlllla, JH'-KSilVlnr Apply Bt,tnc juiit.lfrt11 a r"bv iJIs ( > .; "ftr Tfot W J.73 I will able for
write that
id"al' ftttCfl hfl. The Professor is too well and invite you to bring your family ly from that prevailing at the South. Jefferson ltqaItt'r. purpose, or for Building Lots. OR .
ever -
J ksojmlie 1'iauist andciJ you Davis is
known in : a* an accomplished under the yourself regarded as a man of great ability and FI.oiiiDA.-1u Chancery- EBONY DESK HOLWiltS' AND MOROCCO

urlclafl 10 oummcnJation from us.notgxj don't necessity of planting for a living, not at all obnoxious to the charges made against JohN S. IKTunis, comp'nt. 1 Bill fcr inJar ;fB i>i>e- Ct&5 r he sole ownen of the Patent. -

hesitate one minute to come to this empire, him by Col. Jordan and his friends. His vs. > rifle lcii' .: a. an-I xe- month from date I will the WESTS, BR.1DLET A CART
to of
only apply ,
li.N.: the For J2.00 No. 2 l't
TiuI'' Jlirri*. Agent Southern Eiprefs people live better on less work than Poi.o.vox Rocs, ilufcndant. )lief. a pen, qw.illtr.. SIX
in any great mistake was perhaps his idea of an "ofien- I>ural County, to wit: For $2.75, a No. 4 pen, hat quality. 1'robute of Duyol County, for letter* ili mic ory 97 Chambers and 79 and 81 Reade street*,
./ ianvjit our thank for late Mo'iile oilier land on earth. I shall bo from the administration of th< Estate of FI-UKW A.
Cornpan' jn a Brizilian in For No. 3
s. sivo-defejisivo" the court < 13.50, a lt
jtolicy. If Mr. Lincoln had r appearing to by. afiiJi u, H<-. in thh pen, qtiality. New York.
T,<. AVonre V" inJcbted to TurwraFincipui few days by special legislation. The can that the defendant .For *4.00, a Xo. 6 1st Johwon, deceased. LOUtfLV R. JOHNSON,
sn&Auu$3; ll'] people-I possessed a tithe of Mr. Davis executive o Solomon Ilon p, sldes out pin quality,, v Apnl 2H Aliniaietnitnt.1NTOTICE. For sale in Jacksonville, wholesale and rilal byJ.
of tjn .*>>:ivii AV< .rc, and Duqncrcroa, of the mean iho natives-are p >lit<' ati eNe Ijnjlv capacity of thig Circuit, to wit : at Madison, in the MldiBe Circuit 'for |5.75, a No. 7 pen, tat quality. _
kind and ; and military judgement, the South would o Florida. On motion of Fleming & Daniel,Solicitor* for $7.25, a Xo. 8 pen, lit quality. 8. HAMMId & CO.,
Jnlititr, fur n.uuUr favor_-.. anxious to indu < i ';rvi e .v ..Larfizans huAO bt-on. uthe.il in 18G2, b fi.ro it thoroughlyundoiolool for Complninaut, it ordered that the Raid -- : and m.TiMfw--jr: : rs 'f'o hcio.- t'iO Holomon I.OUMdocn appear and answer the bill filed in ECON QUALITY PENS-XOT WAKUA1JTKD. 8.
weight of force 1 BTROCGHTOy
Sc\:: oral oft hi inrr brought his c.i c within two mouths from the date ol the week after date We hall apply to the Ju.lge of ,
TmAA'iiinm.Wrhneliccn: having a fi-Tdajsof provi'n- av j.r ; tn.j., !j build I I it 'n-n ,u' pub( (Jar sreowl quality are stamped "K. Davis Cj." SIX
ugahfet pens CCf.
hr.u.v v ;, Jney JoLio.i could muster lication 01 this notice, otherwiM.1 the Mild bill shall IKJ ta orilaiiou county for letters of Administration 8. L. NIBLACK 4.
rstremrl) ujinu nc.lhir. Oa "WeJnoHjay the therm a- >s and to uund! ships South for -migrants. bat 14,000 ugransf; 8j.c'oo, n.-l Juo Johnston ken n* '- nfrcsrd, and a decree "pro confeeno" sntt-red tip and first arc carefully made the having the anne points as our on the estate of John Carter, late of Mi
meter ftJ Ut l'0 m tie --Lu-Je. Dr. lUllwin wo hag They need not frir to coma Then' is n-j ]>l io but 35,000 in def ult of audi ni po-iranct, and answer as in pro\idtd quality pens, pnly material difference being in deceaj-ed. JAMES AT. CAIITEU, and '
> Tut the Tlie and the Southern States.
i gainst 160,000. Mr. Dans quality of the Cold- prices of these pens are aa throughout -, /
kri< 3 TVC'>,J l of tin weather for a long time at tie point, h ere they will fail to do w< 11 in. Some Southerners who did so many things will, finally inadp a, by'May law.2C Judge Ji. A. Cncuii BCTNAM Coint.BUite ,, folio*n: No. 2 pen, 7.q No. 3 pen, $l.iX; No. 4 pen, May 196tNotice ELIZA CARTER, his wife. The new Empress Trail is all the rage in LonJoq

tnfnn w Out tlii1wa) -. the hole t day rtvorileJ since are buying:l.tnd iv St. Paulo.'' blunder which lost him his JI.25$; No. 5 pen, *1.50fNo.) 8 pen, J1.75. Paris and
catiso. 1 lt displaced of }'lorhla-Connty of Duvai-Bo it rtiurmlirrpd TIlE ABOVE PENSIN SILVER throughout Kurope. Tab IOyWi'i'

HEfEIPTS EXl'iNDITUJJis Johnston with Hood l lforo Atlanta and provided t huton this 6th dity of June. A. D. 18C6, I, Miihncl TEXS10X CAE;'. AVITJ1 PENCILS.PLATED EX- for pro rata distribution ,
: OF THE Gen. Sherman with the faorable. Ilcarn, eletk of tho, circuit court, in and for said county SULPHUK SPRINGS
GOVERNMENT only pmsiblo Fur $l.25, a I'o. 2 2d quality. TNSOLA'ENCYof the estate OconreFJaw. decea-el,
FOR TJIUEE MONTHS. rto hrrcliy coi tify that this is a tire cf the original pen, ,
EICVKen% --fly rtfwcnee to copy
our uJvertibiiiK columns
solution to his campaign. General Giant o rd&iin this CIUIHC, now on file In olBce.In For $1.50, u No. 3 .eix,2d quality. JL bcinjr piiirccHtMt.it, i Is ordered that notice of pro rata distribution
H nil be Kern that) thtivoritc p.w vngt-r steamer XyJivin The following is a statement of the receiptsandesie hail conic to regard Sherman's position with witno g hereof, I my tiara iei-eurto set my For jl.75, a No. 4 pen, 2-i.quality. of tina mft of MiM rotate among the creditor HAMILTON COUNTY, FLA. ;

will give n Excursion to IVlatla, on her nrxtSlic d'tuiosof ihj United Staler fo/ llvpuirter gnat< fct solicitude- ; but \\hen tho new tactics hand and affixed the seal of said ftourt.I For $2.25, a No. S per, 2d quality. be published in the "Umou" for six months and be TERI\tS. .
| S.] For $i75, a Xo. 6 pen, 2d queLkty. rested at the court house door-and that all person*
rular trii'. will ho due here about 10 o\J w..&nd wfll! lt>a\< fur the river if not uii.ivoilil.hdcUiucd. the Prolate Judgo of'ual at before the 19th of per -
up t rust funds : greatest fiatihfaction.Of ruienor, to any gold pens wanufactur l, pot only for county, or Board per ... 15,00

KI I 1.' M.UXATOIDABLY. nECEIPTS.i4oms. Southern officers, Johnston is I think, regarded IN iu" ORCHT C TRT, IASIER.Ciacnr or FLORIDA. their writing qualities, but durability ani elhfant Union. November 19 ne\t.Cm A. DOGOETT, Board per day. ........... 3M -'
--. T SASDAI.x & Rise Tin' (rri ate t care is UbC \ ...................,...,...... $16r 4JMT 83 as the greatest gencrsiV-Leo the beet tkIl '-S. i f Attachment. arc '.<* with the slightest imperfectioi which skill none ran BATHING INCLUDED. -
En.-Wo havo ton rc- Salon of public Un-li: ................... lffllf5 21 officer, but lu king Johnston's comprehension of Kerry Iioii'-F. ) detect.* Vr would call the attention of the dealers Administrators' Notice. This hotel it open, and springs in fine order. I

iMrwtUx............................. X. COSXBB
lflffilh' 41 iho principles of a great campaign. As to Stonewall Putnnin County, to wit : the cclebr;t l Paul Breton Watch, fir which we are the Proprietor.
< loJ to L4tat4J tliat the Tablvax Coni'oi't and ItiU-rnilrevuiiue.................... .
ju 06,153,091 'Ji Jackson ri'MIK defendant, Berry Stroua and all other intcrestL sole agents fm the United Htates. AVe hure thorn in LLperfon1* Indebted to the estate of the late John Mayl3-lmt ,
M ifjL-llanc.ms.................. .. the people) need feel no A
Draniatu) Entertainment wiu'th was >ob( pur} surprise that he ia not regarded in the same fuit by attachimnt rc-turnaMe to the Fall Term of .Jobbers retailers,jewelers, and all dealers in oar line payment, and all persons having claim and demands nPRUSSES SINGLE AJTD DOUBLE -
) ave bien liolJ on WodnueJay evening last, livthi Tot.il I n-oc-ipts; i-stlu hiof loinAc... lUl.gi'J.lMg 70 light, even from a cold, critical military stnndl Cirmit <""ciui for I'utnara county, in the Eastern thet hroughout the eeuntr .e reqfle.t4l tosend for a cixcuhir. against said estate are notified to present them JL Abdominal Supporters ;

of P ia'' lum.J fiifiiiii-v" per net of M irch SO, >oint, as he is at the South. Picket rult of Florida, to l>e held st the Court lloiur, ttt the Adtlresa L. VALEtTI1. & CO., duly authenticated within two years from the publication Puspcnuary Bandagco, silk and COttearhynknans
15iw the
la has Lijugitr-xit
; city, boon unavoidably jiostiwned l0t.tt.... t Town of lalatk, on Monday, the 20th day ot October Miiiufaeturers ant WholcsaLn fluJers in Watches.JoltII'CIts hereof or thin notice u-ill I* pleaded In bar of their Pocket Cases. assorted

until Monday evening next when &4ix lM' ,et 25-yt ar lPJUl 1cractufj uly and( Kirby Smith stand high. next, end to appear and' plead to the deelantion filed In and Jewelry, No. 15 ltL.lieO Lane, vw York. recovcrr. S. M. I'EAUSOX, Adm'x. PhyaL ana Pocket Vial Case assorted ..... -.
wo1nut ir, it,( :. snioi co With respect to the gii at b.ittleH of the war, th.'saiil suit. FIOiillNCI & DANIEL, May 2GJUST- 8. M. O. GAiLY Att'yOcala EvanS Thumb Lancets, genuineTooth

they will moot with that encouragement 'A'mpnrm> 17,l Iau' ; JKT Lets Fib. 25, uuJl4ch C5CVrtitidite Northern men will admit but ono iositivc disgrace Junes-3m I'lainlilPs Attorneys. FIa.| May 12, 195G. May 13-8t Forceps, assorted 0
30,107,131 -
that will coiiii>ensate tlu-m for their efforts of ol indcMinlnoSM prr acts of r -that is, the bjittleof Jhanccllorsvillc, and NOTICE. MILLINEiY. NOTICE: 0 Syringes,.plans NeelIee metal and and Silks India rubberSurgeon'

nterctted bnnovolonce. March J ami 17, IS' 2. 5O,000) 00 but one absolute rertt-that of Chkkamauga.- ARRIVED AND NOW OPEN ON \ FrohanffsUvnla .
5-20 ycir boots IKT:n t M.irI... 3,7<)X',500 Ofl It ia astonishing how much Gen. Probate court Putnam SIX weeks after date, I will apply to the Judge of Pro- Spatulas 0
Lot the liottrr feelings of thoId heart hztve&eopo- 5-20: rear bonds per act March 3, I'sCS... 2,711,303 01Cortificatec *) Bragg was County. Porsythe Street of St. Joha's county fur letters of AdminUtratiou Teeth Files, assorted 0 .' fl
of fftld coiu dcionita pet ai t traduced, when bo, alone absolutely routed a \\7ILLIAM C. F-TEVEXS, Sheriff of Putnam Coun- with the Will annexed on the estattfof Kath l Olrty, For sale -
Charity "have her Hi-foct work. 3, ; 54,94fi,580 00Tut.1 Federal army. The 1 Ic rcnlcan efforts put forth T ty, and rx. outdo Administrator of the estate of 7- YAllDS'\VedtofthoPostOflk-c, on the opposite Me f>f St. John's county, ueceased. JXO. K PECK. by E.P.WtBTRftOO. .
Samuel t 1>. Morpnn, dercasod, hating flied in I O .,idc. A well selected stock of Fashionable Si. Augustine, May 11, 1045. fl
the Federals office Spring 19 6tMARIA.T.
a May -
...... .. by to save tl>o remnant <>f Roseneritiiz's my Nrta*.
rex Ipo' .. ... .. ... 7l4 I4 1 $ written fupiro-tioti of the insolvency of the estate of the (;oo.Is. Moderate profits and quick trade. Thankful Dec 30-tf
bus XOTJCK. EM'E.NDITIRES.Civi army of Chattanooga, cornjifllid them s.iid Samuel II. MorU'in, decesiaed, which is imli-btod to for past jiatronage. M. X MATTA1K. SMITIf, adminisraitrii of the Ebtafe o'.l

!, fort-ljn intoroourso and mi oclUnoou to suspend military o]>emtions at all other points :. > ..mount jrrcater tlion tho value therefifc Therefore it April li- lm Smith, late of Putnam Connty, deceased, .
ill bo held at tlio Prehbyte- ... .I and } .- Son.h tlrr.o: to O!: ieied by mid ''ii i *, fiat nil rt.r rm ln\ipg Ohima2"i'.lot having filed in office a ion of the GARDEN SEED.
.... ................... .. (1 24 ,a'3 17 g-ivc ; recover from Gtttj -- my surges Insolvency
c.ia Street, to-morrow morn- Interior, iK-UHioiirt nnJ InJiaiiK........ 5Hiii77> !: ,'" sbaif, and Vi k.ug: just as Ixio driving .i), Ji-of; md.estate MT' r a id fife the same with the of aid Estate cOiPmitted to her charge, it Is therefore lUST received a largo stock fresh Garden Seed,embraT-
War........... into : : atnaia ounty, en or Itfnrc the ordered that all joni having claims atfalnet said estate- tl all kinds
....... ... ... ...... 38Z13Jt) 1CNavy. ilcClcllan pei cing which are offered \VholissJ or Re.- ,
ui J iii the at S o'cloc .'. 11,111 t :'ore Hkhmond, nullified uth (10th) d..v of Dertaiiber next, uuthVntieuted m the1i.IIntr RESTITUTION do and file the same with the Ju lce of Probate of taiL
evening .. ...... ................ ....... 7,1.H.1'32 2') thei appear > -
lolds I iik-irxtou; public debt................. 3'lo:4,447' 51 advantages gained( by the Fulcrals in Ne\y Orleans pn'crill l by law. said County, on or before the first Monday li July nest, Also a very fine assortment flower seed,of the fine**
offioiatiug. and DoneLson, except that Eragg's victory first CJiven under my hand and official seal this the 18f.fi, authenticated in the manner pre=cribed by law. collection. For sain by E. P.WEBSTER*CO-*..
.. Total cxjvnditurcs exclusive of day of May, A. D. lVf Witness my hand and official seaL hereunto Wholesale and retail Druggist*,. sign of the Qoldem ._
princiiRil on public debt...... *30,743,890 70 was by no such useless murder as at June(L.S.1 9-fini JAS. HUKT, ..aLLNDNEW [L. .J] affixed, this the 16th day of Deccmter AkD. Mortar, fI Sunmu lbcc.. Jaa. 37. '
.' iXS OP 1ILSrICT. Princit of public debt, rederopUun of Malvern Hill.TREASUIIY. JudK) > of I'rf>batc.J. 1865. N.AV. McLEOD.

stock, !oan of 132..................... 104A9 77ltoeumttori S. Jan. 6-Cm. Judge of Probate.
Cur Ctii-Ncti. Rixp't tax 'n Indemnity act, tkpUmbtr CIRCULAR CONCERNING L. TODD, GOODS. FRESIJAMUVAL'

PL AugUfUno,Juue 4th, 183<". 2, 18..9........................ 10,50ft 00 IN CIRCUIT COURT, MARION COCXTY, FLA-
V j yna *'t't' City Council thi oeuing, the Treasury noU-s, act ufJ uly 17, Ifciil.... 00,8:5 00 CIIOL E1tA. 1'IIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Nancy Wallace, j
v .1 Bitu. "ti 'i Juuanimuualy adnputl : 7-30: thiw-ycttr c-cujon bonds, act of vs. \ Attachment,
VjiKH .* i..ii i jwrd O< J m hit. j'riMdi-ncc to July 17, IS..]......................... 82,900 00 Secretary of the Treasury ha addressed JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. T HABTRIDaE, James J. Cornell. ) Damages-$4000.fTMIEuJefendant .
iu triu.tu> c.i" v.i nod th.rt liciTJli ll-jl iSivCtiui neuiii'iir-4-.Moiil o. loins, a circular to tiLl Collector of Custom-- directing and all other interested
trriponirv JH.Ttu are
.i Mnvw if twenty, aii.l WJu 4i is, ro : l\i.. :, uidM..r.li: : 7, 1J-OJ......... 25,5505j5 00 Office corner of 4Iama and( Ocean streets, Jackion>lllo..Tune BAY STREET-JACKSONVILLE, FLA. JL noufled commencement of permiis suit in the above causeby i : ._.._ __,_._ .: -
I i lit un j of w. -fli.ut aul tiiKful nn .olli.XT ni Rcd'in1.ti'iii <>J oi.r'iin.ali-s of iiidibUilp..it th ir attention to the joint resolution of Congress 9 NOW writ attachment returnable to the Spring Term, ,of _

U-,. h i i i.f,r iti ,'iuJ,j\ jmbiic fljiOJ.MOU of cur jogarJo, nt'es MH..II 1.11,1 17, ] i0'.... 1,190,00000, approved May 20, 1850' and t' the act of 4mp IS 1IULMES KECEIVTN0., the follow ing PER loads SCI1RS., which PRATT he offers AND with the Circuit Court, for the County and State aforesaid, OFNEW
Hw-.li-iiip'iii i of Ir.-a niry iu - / ,< K<', 11.M! in the m>lu>a c f tliiw Hoard the lss oluort 1 ..,_-................... ........ 3,431,312'M February 23, 17U9, respecting quit. .cntino unit ::1Tw tcxrEAYA nil the ad\untages of the decline In Goods In New York. pre.wribedhy law. S. C. DEBKCIIL.
: 'i emod llxul u J puulicC'Cai.ji'ysril thnt ictok'-n K.ilui: )>tioti ol }xt.t.-c and otlu r hUuuj'H, Ocala?March 24-6m. Plaintiffs Arty. -
fit our M. >tTO* we near UM u ual hul c cf itiOJ.111:1 \ur IN r act July 17, 1StL'.. .... ............. S06,03l: 00 1 health law s. lie says: & PACE DRY GOODS, -

3fl4a3.gtj.gr RetI&1fllt1OO: u: frauiun.il cui rvncy, p< r You will without v'.tirsdvus in ,
*,!, Tbat uc t.] art M.ir Ji 3, In i.... ........... ....... 2737,4.SR ?5 delay li'.ao AVIIOLESALi PRINTS-Dress and Furniture. NOTICE.
our m<*t nincore fjrajtt.liy and < aJul.. n, c upin ti i. J 'f.ji'i >a of 3v< -. ') jr cent, coiui communication with your rcaiwcthi. State and : AND RETAIL DEALERS IXGROCERIis. persona indebted to tie Estate of Thomas Nel- f*

Ubo.41 ni''tii'-l' i.j t c far as the PUOVISIONST01UC(0 CAMunacs-LINEN-, JACONET SRTIPED, ..A.LI. late of St Johns County, deceased, are requested Spring and Summer Goodar
a .. pi "l U.i' r< iJ '.! n*. : '- 'i itijiti'jn <>f)p/U ut.iiiciiu,s, i'-r aotMiivi3 force under your control will perm j' MI securing LIQUORS, C11KCKED, PAPER.M1JSLINS.. to make immediate payment, and all persona having .
J.$.. T'.it a Cl U.i pr.i---'iu,' .! : 3.yoo 00 claims
S. i mttltr 15CJ3..A bach hAY nrainst said Estate,arc requested tii present the --car ,f
and health laws
$li.L. tlLb.l J l t.y Uwlouucn pro-tun .it i !'> rk cl t':.' h.h motion of 10-40 bou In, per act qnaniiitine an > legulations S. GRAIN, same duly authenticated to the undersigned within the

lc pr< ,* v.. 4 t 'ut'd tj Ui wiUtrx fl1t! Mare.i i, 1SKJ........................ 1W1,000 I as may bn .tabli-hoil by Uicm to pr. vdit the introduction &C., &C. time prescribed by law, or this notice will be pleaded in
timui 'V ll> J<" i1 and .'IfOtll it .1 ropy 1o of the cholera into the iit of the "\TrOUXD in'/n.i Ouir frien mid thepnWicjfenrjally EWJ HULL, DOTTED, BOOK, NANSOOK bar for their recovery. DOHA NBLSON,

t> ui< n.ulcpj.r" Jo : ) Total..1 ,( : 16' United States. Should you find thc force uitdur TT that> .\ n..u leased tb3 Com r Sore of Leif- BIc-UOP. LAWNS, LAWN8, PRINTED Adminintiatnz.
1 \VJMiLFO. The total account ol the pub. 'ith'8 Block, n>.\! the Market,(east.) And are now offennjra : JACKONETtj, TAILLATONS. SL Anguitine, rii-, April 21-8r. .
expenditures on S.
control L.
w .... I x .UUJl i, (. k ui Cvuit.d. your insufficient to effect the object contemplated varied *:r.ply of Orocf rips, Provisions, Ilaya, NIBLACE aCoil.

lie debt were $dl,300,472 46. by tho resolution, yon w.11, without L Grr.in, &e., &c., which they i unco selling at LINENS. NOTICE.SIX -

WiiTU n. .. .ih-1 leawd Ule 8upronIlolcT of the -- -- delay, report to this Department, with such suggestions .. _
1 uIVeok' rn flu .vidrnrr to taVt* from our tniJkt ly THE CONFEDERATE DEAD. deem and await 'Wholesale. and Eeteil hUSh HTIEETTSO,-CTIUTE AND BROWN DRILL, weeks aft.'rdnlfe, Twill apply to the Judge of
Jvilh tb) 4nrFt. lirKiisoiox, : as yon may important, AV1I1TE AND BROAVN"DCCK. BLEACHED of I'nval County, Florida letters of
Itinier .if tlas L.othr. tocut him offin the very zenith The: jrb5> from all sections of the South I, its instructions." and nt prices whLU they hope wall be ttatick>ry, thus AND BROWN DAMA8K. CRASH "Ji'-iniistration, tie bonit aim, with the will, for annexed, on
of. hm uinfuliiiacN, and to translate bin imuinrt ltjiirit, UKm S they rpvctfuJ.iy tuiiiU u share of public patronage. DOILERS, TOWELfi rIAPLER, the L.-ate o J George Gibb9 late of said County decease
and In-llevc brings intolligeacfl of the* devotion which tho IT. T. BAYA,
wiux-rely hope to repiorw of oteniM bliss, BIRD EYE, SCOTC1L O- C. JlBBS
SUASP SHOOTING.-In the city of Mobile, recently June 2-3m A. N. PACE. ,
And Whon-us by this dvpomutiou of His prori Uve, of section bringing to April 21 T.LZ. :
despoiled are
the Moni- Fraternity of this Sat\ and ericcillvVJ women our a young demoiselle married, who liad BRILLIANTS--SILESIA, MCsi tTrOfVET a No. 7 HOEG'S BLOCKRESPECTBTJLLY / -

thu Lodge, have loot a faithful, true uid bright Bro sir the graves of tho noble fallen of her BOIIS. Wetak been playing the very dickens with many hearts NOTICE.
aM Officer therefore be it NOTICE.
ttttolrcJ,,14U That the mcxubeni oftiis do pleasure in Aiding them in their work ofchru&ui during her singldlwKxl. She immediately sent to WE IIAAT: this day jJaeed in the handa of Maun. HOSIERY .'
Ixxlge, as Si who havt
Cooper Bisbc-e all. our Billa, Accouuts, Ac., for A persons *n demands against the -
a testimony c>f repcrt for the their deoetucdIlrulbcr an old admirer whom she had with asan stef, e -: .- f IJAcz.2o3 -
laeiuorj-of angled of L. -
love and Collection. ATe Emily
: patriotic sympathies, by complying hope that our friend and curtomort will Dowdy,,,late of Buval county,
and an a token of their corrow far his Iocs wear old fisherman with a, trout, and finally had be prompt in BetOlog their accounts, having given to all A FULL ASSOETMENT. deceased, w-41 present nt delay to the under :
the urual ttuiionic baJge mourning for thirty day with tho request to publish .uo following thrown overboard as worthless some woddingcako tin long induljroncc.AVo signed, and those indebted to said tatate? aro reauwUd
lUKiktd., IJ. That a i> In the rooordd of this Lod to make :
aic ? Immtdwte
would also remind them of Liabilitieii which payment.
tn ritrrvud itnj dcvoU-d exclusively to a rwoorJ cf his; address of Mr Macfarland to her sisters, and a noosed String, and the following quartette compels us to call the above notice our to the particular, attention GLOVES, DoAt.IoN. vxLL ; J LA. '

name bmrauk, and the proper dales.Jfourcj would re.ji iJf L-1; 'jommond ii fo '1 jir attention : of those indebted to na.jinv March 21-r<5t Executrix. _
4. That a copy of these H w>:mionH, f-.zm 1tf L. "DEAlt STREPHOS : '94t E. P. WEBSTER CO. Kid, Lisle and Mitts.Handkerchiefs .
tin oiutuittet appointed to draw them and by i* :

Acuu Mj ter of the Ljodge. OjMEN OF T iSI-T.' "In Chloe lout ctinsid.-r what you lose, STATE hereby OF FLORIDA given to,*DUVAI COUIfTY.!ro-. ij
U furnished to the taniUy jf our JeccarItk'T. And for the hriu.il knot HTI pt this noose: Just Received Latuner, deceased bJXnm indebted to James
Richmond is begirt by an army of Confederate -I hs h)aling slip-knot, deiterouI.1y apphed, whether J t9 State and l -
K'tulrtd, 4tti. Taut there Knng no newspaper puWUhJmthiMat dead. The hallowed precincts of our cern e- Will help! yvu boar the Ion. ofu:1i i briac.Ho A FULL ASSORTMENT i00nias-.te by note o; account, to cob femrf Jnd maS
), ilii: panTB ia JatkvnnvUle' which ho CHLOE.of W. W. Hubbard.I pnynj jt, .Aiid all per holding claHns _
taries are rendered ttill more sacred by their 3By against gaid estate notified _
loa are hereby -
>no uu UoiimcJ uluun, be nxjuoiod to publish t present them -.
themJU->oluioL.!(. graves-t>t lie counted by tens of thousands j sent back the noose yitL this rrply : I HOLMES' BUILDDTO HOOP SKTRTS. duly authenticated within the time prcpt.{oed by law or ;:-,. .. -q I---_ _
they will be barred.
!'ithThl hur : around us were bloody battle
March 10
KO.v. M.LOfT 1XOUAI1AM 1'HILLirS, )IA } Commlttot, holds) and here worn the most crowded hospitals. { "Your gift o* a symbol, with candor you cnoosc- ; Bay Street. IMPRESS TRAIL, TTP TOP AND PRIDE OF THE -8t Admiia.re annonnee t< the dttz.aa
nlmobt ono Kno t s.Aa AVORLD. and Middle
My narrow escape every Florid, teas
true eoI 'r. fi .Uf ru-ord of St JoLuV Lod rtX > The lead of both are sleeping in Holloy wood a gift from a lady, 1 ought not rolui-c it, JACKSONVILLE NOTICE. have just received large stock of ', S

1} K 4iV n -. .:L. AuifUitiae, Fla. Oth day 01 June, and Oak wood. Not alone-the fallen of Virginia Hut your husband, you know, miy noon want to uise it. FLQEIDA. Thread, Buttons, Needles, etc. jt t _

A.II.ISO*.. ..n.ub .. jcu. itirrruiLUPd, are buried here. Your loved and lost, And no by the bearer, your gift I restore, fORTIVE LCCXB Chisels, Rim Locks, floor BellB, A LL indigent disabled soldlerg, who belonged to the

Ixcretary.ALBAXS brave and chivalrous spirits, whom we: learn to For your bride-groom will want it, 'ere Ilia 1"Oneymoon's 1J_ Brass Butts, Brass Screws, Boring Maclnncft, Drawing BOOTS AND SHOES, \. Armies of tho late Confederate Stares, also indigent
o'er. Knives, Strap Hinxoa, I'lat* IlinRce', Hcok Hinges, widows and orphan of soldiers who died in the service ;
.- (n\'Q repose side by side with ours. The gteatur SiREriiox." Brass Bolts, Hat and Coat Hook, Wardrobe Hooks, A PULL ASSORTMENT, of said States & the late war, residing in the county of MlLttcEA1:573w23.: :

$. June 8.-Gen, Sweeney and C'oLwcru proportion of your best and bnnc&t young men, Shutter Knobs, T Hin ec, Knob Latches, Loose Butts Duval, are requested hand ia their names to the

'!1a1A4n before civil tribunal cheered by your blessings and strengthened by Fast Jointed Butts, AJsers, Copper Afire Brass Buttons HARDWARE Probate Judge of Bald county. .
arraigned a REMARKABLE EFFT.CT OF BITTERS" ON TUB Brass Hooks and Eves, Axe, Hatchets, Hammers, May5.tfPASSENGER --
thib moruing. The proceedings were private, your prayers, canto to Virginia to battle for SVSTEM or AN Ou SrECtXATOR.-Oscar F. Burns, Hrads, Finishing Na."la, Blind Hinges, sash Fasteners, adapted to toe Spring and Summer Trad klsk

. repoxtcrs being excluded from tie Court. our common cause. the oil speculator, who mysteriously disappeared Nails by the keg or pound, Doors, Window- Sash, Win A GENERAL ASSORTED STOCK.CROCKERY SCHEDULEOF wofferingat low prw** forcaah. *
dow Blinds, &c &c. June 9 2t _
TOKOXTO, Jun.o .-It id reported that all isict Many, oh! how many of them fell on battle from Albion, New York, leaving his creditors Thetrstoskcompdaeaachojopssi.s. -

on the western frontier. fields or died in hospitals, the victims of disease minus f 200, 000, has tnrnod up in Havana.He .- Celors. h* ::7; _

The Colonial Parliament moots to-day. It is engendered by the exposure of arduous campaigns reports that ho was crazed by his financial Family Bye DRY OOODS '
A full assortment. P. C.If P1
Vadirntood that tho Governor General adca for ? embarrassments, and having taken a glas ot -
*a immediate suspension of the writ of habeas There is no count iy upon wI'Ouo roll of honor Wahoo bitt srs in Jersey City to quiet his nerve*, Black Dark, Green May I93LRIVAS JUNE 1.1, 1866. 4GROCIRIs -, -

' cuilPus. shall be inscribed tho namfo < { :.h-j CorJUcruto woke the bound for Ce itral -
he up on steamship Black for Bilk light Green Allies Stati is. ArriveLeave Remarki
An attempt to seize the) Canadian fctcamere dead Tiicy died for and wit1 th -iicause.. America. The bar-tender probably made a mistake Dark )'>!uc Magenta -:

Corinthian and 1'orchester at Charlotte*yester- Their courage and devoti-m obtained the plaudits and :doried him with "Jersey lightning" Light Blue Mane & KOOPfflAN Lake City 2.3011O1ustee : *

ciiiy! was frustrated. of admiring nations. But it is tho recollection instead of Wahoo." Burns promises to come Claret French Brown Blue Maroon Orange 3.03 3.33 3.432OIBaldwin &08lOSandereon f

NEW YOEK, June 8.-A gt Albans dispatch of their suUurings, their patience, and their back some day and liquidate his obligationr. Dark Brown I'ink i* 4.43 4.33 r Freight. :

states that Gen. Sweeny has boon bailed in tlio untimely end that most tenderly endears their Light Brown, Purple 2O1Jaek.onvlUe 5.33UP i

bum of f 20,000. memory to us. Dying, they left us the guardianship Snuff Cherry Brown ,fafmon.C'nmbon Royal Purple. Q-IROOIEIR/S TRAIN.iJacksonville : CLOTHS AND -- :

Nothing further Lad been heard of the rumored of tfieir graves. It is a grateful -service, C. S1LAGER Scarlet 4 -

advance of the i'eniana to noon to duo alike to them And their surviving friends.. Dark Drab Slate 20 Iialdwhi S 5.10 ; : .
up 20 tianderson 6.10 6.15 Pass down
Light Drab 'SoMeiino Freight. .
day. Let us keep grocn the turf above their heads and Fawn Drab. Violet 10 Oluatee 8.4.S 6.50 BOOTS AND SHOES ** t

Several Fenians have left St. Albans */J route build monuments to mark for generations yet to Light Fawn Drab Yellow Bakers and OonfAntinnAvSummers' 11 a Lake.3 JV City e an 7.20xta .,L' ua. i.,. nai.L.nU5JJ. ", jj -

for home, their passage to Springtild and ttooton I come the place o f their repooa. WHOLESALE AND IU3TAUJDIJEJRJ oreF8 S"nCbonj8, glBves? TionnelsjDll% *J>er8i 'HATS AKD CAll4

being paid by the Government, a lavor torhtch A society Haa been ronned In toe city of Itichoud ren's clothing, and all kindd of waxing apparel.A From Lake.City to Jacksonville, 11 paId at the I 4BALO

feel "The Btitled ThoMemoral Ashociation." SAVING OF 80 FER CKNT. officecndatlckeprcured.........., ....... .IDOlfpatitonthocari. : -<*
, they appear to very grateful. )r of this to collect funds Block, Bay-street, ................................. >
ay if those at the front ]knew of it ttfey would L The objects Society are For 2S cents you can color as many goods mr wouldotherwise ToOluteewithaticket........... ,... 1OfIrpakionthecarl. AND -

allnfturn. to bo applied in enclosing, arranging, returning, cost five times that aim. Vanous shades can ................................. .
Two.thoul3an& 13ritifih and otherwise placing in order the graved ol tao be produced from the same dye. Tho proce s.IB spnple, ToSandereon wjtha ........................
five hundred regulars Confederate dead interred in the cemeteries of ma any cmo can u e me y s w m pti -- --- -- paid on the ears................................ uu i iTo
have been hvaded at Farnum, a fow mflos from r rections in English, Frerch and Gt-rman Inside of each Jacksonville. IfcUdwin with a ticket...........................3 00If CROCKfBT, D ITABZ

nd oi pokite the invaders. Richmond, so that tho homes of our fallen soldiers IN package. For aale whol.-sAle E. P.and WEBSTER rettol by & CO., paid on the can..,.......,.*........ ..,.....i.4 DO .
bo permanently preserved from oblivion From Olnstee to Sanderson with a ticket--/.I 00 1 *
NEW bit June Tho Fenian invasion may Mortar.
10. Xo. 4, Satmnis'Block, Sign of the Golden SO

'torminatod in a fight about eight miles from St and their last resting places saved from of 1 Dec. 30-tf BEG to Inform the public that they are and just Provisions receiving To Ifpaidoitthecafl..i Baldwin with a ticket. ...........................2 50 TIN WARE, ;- GLASS

Annaud. A brigade of British regulars charged the Eligfctorest appearance of neglect or wait GENERAL MERCHANDISE large Invoice of Family of Groceries If paid on the cartt.............y.. ..............)3 00 .- --
choice selection -
that cart. Owner Wanted comprising a From Sanderson to Baldwin with a ticket..........1 00
- .u1un I a email portion of Gen. Spear'e Army All who make donation for the purpose If paid on the cars...................... ,,S 00 FUBNTTURB .
had remained behind and captured $Ltaep 1)1 persons of this '- Teas Flour To Jacksonville with a ticket....'......,..........,..5 00If SADDLES. -
taer$. Some of the Fenian* were killed, but 01 carrying out tho objects Society FOB paid on the cars................ 4 00
how figh took place aro enrolled*a members of the same."W ISTo, 2 Hoeg'sB1OCkBaytreet From Baldwin to Jacksonville with a ticket.........2 00 I
. many ia not known. This would respectfully uggost to the ladies of A BALE OF COTTON, Lard Coffee If paid on the can.................................S 00fg5
blU1o4ofl t hich thoFcoJans WAGON A TD BUGGY HAIlSUSSi 0
the boundary line, ;row the South to form auxiliary societies, cooperaiflgW1thUEUtCafl7UOUtLhO FOUND:; near the city,and seized upon and deposited The Passenger Train will connect at Lake City
were compelled to retreat. Tll< Kngli objects above & Corner of Adams & Pine-sti the.City Authorities by the Marshal;the with the P. & O. Railroad, and at Baldwin with the

a, however, had no idea of stopping on account owner to pay the xpcase incurred. Hominy, Baris: Florida Uailroad on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridaya. 1-
c such societies formed STEELE 5-
fin''ard stated. A 8eon are HOLMES WINES : : :
of the boundary, and they charged it is hoped that they will correspond 'with this June 2-tf Mayor C f The came rates will be charged and- collected on -

band of across Fcniana.the line They, firing also upon made the ome retreating capon Afiociation. Letters may -addressed and JACKSONVILLE, PLA, THE Wprft; SHINGLE MACHINE Sugar, Putter, the up train.FREIGHT. b .

*irt American oQ. This afl ir has been contributions sent to TS acknowledged to be,by flJlodda, the best Shingle SCHEDULE F.C.B. It,June 1,IMC. Lh -
; in- MBS. Wu. IL MACJAELAND, JL Machine In America with only ONRIIORSBi pow.a 0
"eportod to Gen. Moode, who ia at present President. i 3000 ELEGANT SIIIICGUBS Bacon. Miles] Stations |ArriveLeavtl| Remarks ,

Ttltatinitt: per hour are canlly mada. The machine is built entire
AJf'ODD REQUEST. ly of Iron, very compact aid easily transported. It ALSO, ALES, WINES AND-LIQUORS, Lake City 5 4IlOlnatee 53 1
works VKSDEBS. STATES aM Box Srvrr, and out of the '
THE AXSCCJU. EXAKUTATIOX AT WEST POIXT. 10 S nderson 63 6.13 pasapcs.engerTrahii I
Senator Han-is "Thursday presented ft petition hand same number of bolts Umber, one third more Shingles which offering atK' ,
:Tho Prttjidont has appointed the following] visitors Keeps Constantly on are made than can be done by the Sawing Machines.All .- they ore 20 Baldwin 8.15 8.30
who -
of Florida represent 20 Jacksonville 10.30
to attend the examination at the Military of the citizen the saw-duet U saved by the Bnplre and goes Into : .

Academy at Weet Point on the first Mondav in that they wore forced into tiao rebel anny; that Shingle ABRAMR5QUA, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. tip TRAINJacksonilflO -
141 New York,
horses for which they gave their General Agent, Broadvar, 2.50 '
Juno: Vermont, Roy. John Newman; Rhode they purchased ASSOETMENT OF Jnne-Z-Sm -' ', :MlRECONSTRUCTION i|, 4 20 Uald'ain 4.30 Pus aseng'r Traii h ..anaaerst. -r
lalaad, Thomas G. Torn*?,of Providence; New note*; and that the amount of tkeao notes was A FULL Having teen established for fourteen yean, as Bakers 2(1( Sanderao 7 7.16 .' -

Jersey, Oenoral L. Ferine, of Trenton; Pennsylvania stopped out of their pay, and that they are now and Confectioners in the city: of Jacksonville,we confidently 20 IMnatee S11L&keCltY .
of these notes for* second offer our services to the public, and guarantee to 9 ,
t William. .F. Johnson of Pitisburg; sued by the holders furnish as good an ortlole, in our line of business as can ,- 8it.ndeaL rAMILY AND PLATTtDN PIflJ

I Delaware, William 8. Macauly, Jr., of \Vilaington payment They .& Congress to pass a law for Dry Goods, ) be procured in this or any other city la tie South. ;DETSO t

Virginia, Hon. B. J. Barbour; Ilor- I their protection.: FIJBNITUIIBBEPAIBEI Families applied with Bread, Cake ; Plea* *o., at June2-1fl I -
; !: to lie to the respectfullyrbcgs'to Inform the citi- reasonable rate Particular attention,paid to the manufacture t-
seem subaoriber
ida MjMuuppia&dArkanaaB Their prepiirappealwould Clothing "
WiUoamMarrtn; what have THE of Jacksonyilla that be ha remffted his shop of ** f SEGAHS SEGAHS! [ .
Joaiah Snow Texa Major Anaon L. Milla of I court' But it U not easy to see they to the -
; of Ocean and Fonyth.0
Shoes the corner
"Washington; Miswrni, .UfiMral JT Eterenaon; to da in the matter at all The holders of the Boots and cornet from of Adams and Julia street, where baring secured WEDDIHQ OAEE AND OOHTECfEIOirSBT. FINE HAVANA KEGAES=. Very Choice. ,_ __ +,

Tennessae Judga a J. W. Lucky; Koxtncky note moat bring suit against the' "Confederate and CapX a more convenient locatl n, its will na enabled to execute Order front the city and country peetfuUy' anHfHW, DOMESTIC T EOARS-Varknu. Brands.rpURKISH _

JndM EmbroeT Indiana J.I CampLoll; Illi- .government,'* to recover ; and aa'tiiero is no such Hats a larger amount qf w rk ta a shorter time. PersenshaTIn and prompt attention giren to th same.aylIm. -
; .
confidently send it there.He .ALSO : .
furniture to wpair may ''i.
Ibis, Dr. Joseph M. Kaltton, of Quincy } Wi thing in existence, they will, probably got nomoney. 4 Crockery ;; Is now prepared! to execute any work in Uj line, inch f 11 L-LmL&cza0 r _

coniin Jobn J. HcMyn&j Kansas, ColonelJ.PJ Perhaps it- would do to sub Yuloo or :, M recoverlna.. cloaalng rettofflng chain,O&M, loont s.ramUWU gMOKQTO TOBACCO 7oik -- : ) -.
Tobaeco -
3.u4t. W. Noa- Mallory f Bat they have been pardoned and : divani, bnreaus, tabici sod aB..ixc1ef of furniture J. Big Lick Smoking Tobacco _
Martin, of Atchjaon; Orqgon, Hardware to and In the Bight Bower smokIng -- 0
epsIred uo -
cles.red. .
1 Th* persons appointed wi1 report to would answer that Ota-pardon relieves them of -v *: best menneT. Spring and other maUnttes made toor- PIANOS AKD MUSIC.MfD jXilHckinJck SmokingTobacco v-genuiM

&Ieu. Cullum i thrir armal at Weit Point.In >H rfrgonsbOity. JV..r. ?od.'l- i X 'tationerY s dor. Lock'sndkeys fitted to bureaus, desk and ward .Andereon'.5015c0 Fin*Cut Chewing Tobacco* r p.

-" _" '_ -- > robe, chain waned and repaired and aUkind ofwork EP4Ii5'E07 -- Amulet rAadenan's1 $ILLSWUD1r ii
r-i executed in ft manner to itil|thO.paXUIO 1014jt- ?'EIfEL .5
of the of criniij ETA >d ylsini5e"a'ChIcago! merchant newly at a dtitaDCe'WhO -O.LQirrsoSy -
cooaoqueiio* 1n.rgzi'Uflk' ew : T ahd'Grpceries, For the accommodation OfpeTSOnI JJLCX80NTUJJ5, JTLA; tot Bale at wholenaie or reUS byJ -
*4d KB to bo tntidur Petersburg, it has boon L kjjl dfti cinating young African"with a flat- / may ''wiih-to sonanitiM ubaribeT shout work, SlITSder ?- -- E. P.-'WKBOTEK CO, DruilIt11 : For-14 -
found ia iirifci: f tioffere4frUlMidUC5dP1te1.- CaU and SItri', left at the P04 O1fl bz 159. wIll T5CIV* MZt7 i* Office corner of Fortyih and Nti/cnan-ttrtttt* :Z.ckacanilie. 71I _
uoocsnrr to iuiamon tlinoet' every froe'TinthoarytoCSourt. iron fon4ext j .rflhth wtub 1 L T1108. B. D1tfAUZJunt2tf 'No. 4 Sammis' Block, Bay Sired,
bai of ""' t.ntlon. Feb.'lT tl ot the Golden Mortar. 7sb
.. I Moche1t b i ijort boon ngAfA. a divorce. wnlnaforyouricV, tf I Sign _

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I AGRICULTURAL. THE ACTION OF ,COLD WIND IN PRODUCING : White in his MELONS. FOE CHARLESTON- -------- I I "J'.s. L. flflAW1Y.'L. Hathaway &..Utley. nUT.J'as. ,. p'So! ;pt JOHN S. SA1OIS & .ctr

-- i gardening for tho South 'FERNANDlNA siurpnra AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
I 4:.. tWrittasfdr tit AtW ; r,',] The wind not only of itself produces says : "The melon likes a rich sandy VIA SAVANNAH nlS liEW' rS.i.siup3l 1 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. HOOD & BARRETT

THEJ3BOWTH OF PLANTS. cold by direct action, but also by evaporation soil l, well manured and deeply dug. Iftho ConDIOTATOB nents of Cotton and all other southern product Receiving ForwardingCOMMISSION

,. which is one of the most rapid soil is clay it should be corrected bythe ,. Dec 23 solicited. 6m Steam Works ,

3phe multiplication of cells, which is methods to this end. We have before addition bf charcoal dust, sand or C. nO..,;hr, It B.C.HOWE. Soap AND

t tbf tanal method by which plants grow, seen that all change of state or action is loaf-mould from the woods. The most ;,. C. & E. HOWE Savannah Georgia N
tjUjjjarpTS&e In.the'. following manner: :- accompanied by a change iri the.relation luscious melons are grown on new land COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ,

I Tto n nutrient matter within tim first orparent of heat or coloric just in f. poxion.to fresh from the woods. They like, also, CAPTAIN L. M. COXETFER. 71 BROADWAY, WEW YORK, JfAXCTACTURKBS OrsiXD 1AL

4 nail forms secondary cells, which the work accomplished. That is, Just I|, soil manurod-by cowpening. In selecting TTriV .L LEAVE enA RusT ift from Adzert c tanss: MJLICITID. rcJRxx& BROWN U.INDSOR. YIOLET BAR.

increase in cite while tho parent cell dis-, such an amount of the solar rays "isconsumed" sood get tho oUest you can, and Wharf every Tuesday morning, at 6 oViock, PROMPT attention given to salts of merchandise,pro- TOILET SUAPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.MESSRS.
bllhes A. M., and Savannah Tuesday at 4 oeiocKiM. '. on commwion, and liberal Advan- MOODY BARRETT would respectful*
disappears: This process in the process asT! is equivalent take great care to get that which is perfectly I Beturnln Will leave jictaoimlte"ever Tbura' cw made. Refer by ix.TniUdon to Me*r*. Henry Swiftci to the public that they bare just open- MRCEA}

j goes on so.rapidly, in somo cases that: I to the amount of work done. pure, for the seed of melons, raised morning at S o'clock A. jr., and Savannah, every Fi & Co., 115 Broadway; -BTs."John M. Su.uh, Son their .
Charlr lcn 122 Messrs. Kemp, Pay & O., 1W Wai;
I M. at Broadway
9 A.
;i in & certain specie of mushroom it is i I I Keeping. this fact in view, we shall i iI in proximity to gourds, cucumbers, dav game morning evening. at For freight or Arriving passage ap"lv to i .trcet, McsiJj. Uhomas & Ilcnhani IDS Broad Mreft,\. Stca i Works Ko. 1 and 9, !$' PLOO. .'

aid twenty thousand new cells arc I II see how water may bo frozen under the I: pumpkins, &c, will produce new varieties Ofllr L. )1.on COXET'nn Adecr'a Wharf.linen. : V-. iVb. 3-3ijj.' Soap ,

; 1 formed every. minute. The multiform I i i diroct artion of the wind, while plants i destitute of Havor. All plants of F L. J. C1LMAUTIX & CO., SECURITY INSURANCE COMl'ANY OF an'!are fully prewired to nil all orders for the following

S i development of cells we-hn-e said which this liable intermix Agouu at Savannah. Car and Toilet Soap: BAY STREET
pro,1 perish at a higher temperature family are exceedingly F DIBBLE,Agent at Jacksonville. NEW YORK. PALE SOAP, EXTRA Jfo. I. ,

duoe the Carious tissues of vegetables perhaps, are uninjured; the water performing i to their great detriment. They ---------------------- EXTRA .'0. KKSJJf OR YELLOW SO.lj
1 !. ., Thus the production of what aro called I a greoter amount of work in1'L will deteriorate, if planted within one U. S. MAIL LINE agent for the Home Insurance Company Sew GERMAN CHEMICAL, OLIVE ERASIYK J'aclrsondlle
t.i' { last cells in the book of many plants the process of evaporation, consumes or ]hundred feet of each other. Plant inthe Connecticut. ('CASTILE ETC. FJo
Office on the corner of Forsyth and Ocean *tre -up Also a large variety Toilet Soaps lDrllOVEY
$ gives us substances of which cordage carries away with tho vapor it forms a open ground as soon as the frosts sta. 1:- 1. lLOYD ,
I ttnd various kinds of cloth madc.1 this well Dec.2-tf Agent.EDWARD PALM, ..0ILE __
are greater amount of heat From we I are over-tho 1st 1 of April mid JL 4' VAJfPAXCLA,

L Such are hemp, flax New Zealand flax can understand one of the reasons why : through the month] ; but in the low -.r. : LAMBERT .ALJlOti'l'J

.'.etc. low wet ground is more subject to frost 11 I I country the seed should be put in the FAVORITE It*am p.cke t, formerly known as .YSPARE..Y'1'ROSE, A SOW OPENINO THE L.t1tri ritq

t development of colls producescork than high land in tho same vicinity.- ground in March. Make tho hills six, TilE "tit.Johns," no* named thfe Banker and Broker, PCH MICE, :JLJAlm terms a*should eyer indue VU IVTA Country for MUV and Ui LAV other$latA.iJdw?.**

I which is the bark of a specious of Evaporation is also one of the causeswhich feet apart each way, dig a hole for them HEI/EIST GETTY, :No. 30 WALL STKEET, NEW YORK. LAYA Ln, ETC at least price our poods before pnn-hci"(ita 0\. *"-

I i..oa.krand: still another wood itself. Tho prevents wet land from receivingthe a foot deep and two feet across, ami fill i it commanded Captain O. R. Ingi-ahum, U I again per. G OVEUXMENT bought and sold/on commiiwion'.stocks, bonds and carried and gold on No pains will be spared to make our soaps eo ual in : comprising keU. The following our stock are: among the pieji -._>
S.numah. .in" an.l1'a- quality,price and perfume to American or *orcigraps.
; colors of plants (with tho exception of heat of the half full with woll-rotted milllUII Li V on the line bct"tl'tl the usual marjrin desired. Interest allow ed on dcpoa- any idem," and all
sun as readily as dry.- good, munuro. latkn Fii'.,touching At Darien, Brunswick, St. jurys, its to sight drafts, southern bought and So Our motto rfiall be "ncmper l.

I I ffr. B, yhich'is'bound to defend upon: As soon as the sun begins to act upon Upon this throw six inches of good soil I, I Fereandina'atatk". !!), and-ii.KtheU.8.aU landing Mail.on the 81 St.( Johns will. leave nver f'lvannnhMerjSAturdny .to sold subject,unsettled northern claims adjusted.money Particular at.'o ro oas reigit not manufacture equal in quality shall be and returned pnce to and American money re or DRY GOODS

I colored grounds which adhere to tho in- such land the process of evaporation begins and mix woll together. Finish out with]I ,at o'clock A. } ., "?\' bi tention lid of exchange.paid to the negotiation of commercial Feb. 3 paper-3m and funded.HIE .

gao of the cell walls,) aro due to the also, and if we join to this the action light sandy loam, or if a stiff soil, miii I- j I .T Savannah( Oll\'i11e every on Sunday Tuesday, raid ut 4 returning o'clock Vcill A. 1..1"'e M. *.for'orBeptemhcr 1IIG1IEST TRICE OKEAKE.Order" PAID. FOR TALLOW ASD 1000 PIECES SPRAOUFS.

cb1at lds which aro found in the of the wind, which aids in the process glo in charcoal dust to correct: its tenacity f fn'iht ellt8gcmenta orJ R.C arply on toard or CO.to. Medicinal Liquors and Wines. addretwd to Moody & Barrett, or U J. Gull MEBRIMACIC,
I cells. There is an analogy between the wo shall see why such land, or so as to bring tho hill just above JOIlS Agents S. SAMMIs at Jacksonville. TJLTIE rure FRENCH Rye Whisky BKAKDYJL tion.martin AH& Co.Tallow will and receive Grease prumpt tent and to L.immediate J. OuilmarUn atten AMERICAN,

: results of the forced or too rapid dcve.lop- lands so'situatcd, fails to produce thoso tho surface. Make tho hill dishing, us 23-tf ----_ Pure Iiish Whisky ii.Co.will receive the highest market price. DUXNELLS,
--------- -- ---
M ""I ment of cells, which is often produced plants which require a comparativelyhigh for the cucumber. To guard against -- Shore 1'ure Pure Old Maileira Holland Wine Gin Dec.30 8m GARNER

sfunulating methods cultivation i in temperature, and we shall also perccivo accident, plant about ten seeds in the Steamer Sylvan Pure Sherry Wine AMOSKE\G,
Pure Fort Wine. For sale
'.' p growing of fruit trees, &c., and tho how this boil is apparently entirely] hill, and cover an inch deep. E. P. WEBSTER by & CO., A CARDS LOWELL; ,

$ species mushroom referred to above. changed in its character after being How TO UIISE'E-VELV CI'Cl'.lDEA G;. Dec 30-tf No. 4 Sammia' liloik, sign of the Golden Mortar. AR.\Oi

I As Jn that"case thor vegetable, and tho: drained of its superfluous moisture. o-nn.1 l _etlie 1 "" ., 1 SUr.r Medal and 2 Diploma Awarded 1 again the
trnimal as has been said before And further hall understand PIECES BLEACHED AND
Cn wo one is tho following : Make a trench at the J T"vl.Q TO eyWHOLES BROW
I rapidly hastens to and < *" Cl.Dtnin. aa A.LS AND RETAIL: TICKING AND .
decomposition of the methods by which tress and other warmest: iJp' ftf f1t: "*.lM' "" lEAVE Savannah Tuwlay at 10 A SHIRTING,
decay And'it l'u.-u (. manure, auout three inches WILL, every THOS. E. DENAUX 10 BALlS
seems quite probable MtC1.IJ"llffg HlW"too? subject of> ; arriving at Jarknonville on AVedaPwiayg.Returning ; BEGS BTffSIHBSSAt OSNABURGS,
on this plant tho seeds and will leave Jacksonville Thursdayniht
flr thal-tuiKpHfe&tcb wnicn in there "evildays" cover them: every 250 PIECES MANCHESTER
planting belts or groups of trees to protect with after imval of train from' the wect. FOR BEST SPRING MATTRESS.A PACIFIC '
L : as says Carlyle both vegetables, cultivated sawdust two or three inches.- Jacksonville, Feb 17-tf F. DIBBLE Agent. IN AND HAMILTON DELAINES
our lauds from the
destructive Cucumbers LL kind of furniture repainvl, cleaned and varnl.hJ -
and animal seems subjected. effects of a full to the thus treated are said to I FOR ENTERPRISE FLA. \. ed. in the best manner. Sofas, Chairs Lounge JACKSON VILLE, HICKORY,
Ii In.our investigations of tho cellular exposure come earlier, to endure rain, drough Divans, &c,&, recovered and renovated good as new DENIMS
action of the wind. No. 4 Sammis' Block MARLBORO
and thnnthoso General and a1 kinds of upholstery done in the best STRIPED
structure of plants we meet with a subject [ We have only time here to add that even a little frost, far better manner. Shop Fla.corner of Ocean and Foivyth street, Where they lave/ <-' j** led a large and ell Micctcd'stock HICKORY BY THE BALE,
treated Jacksonville 14 3mt
another April -
L of curious study in regard to color, among the best trees for this is way. Againstsevere : cf ALPACAS, PARAMATTAS, LUSTREi I

either as it exists in the living growing the white pine, which can bo purpose successfully : night frosts, they should be protected 4 NOTICE. Pure Drugs, MOHAIR, ,

plant, or as applied in the various I by boards. FLE nri"G Medicines, .
\fRS. pives notice that .hc baa '
processes this
transplanted month if taken the 3LAZOUHEA.
ii. Take General Shej.ley, Capt. Ross carryinsc llJL "*
manufacture. For middle sized flower pots ; fill STEt1En opened bur house at llibernia,25 niiieii above JackBonville Chemicals .
illustration: with Mail, will leave Jacksonville for i'ah -
a ball of earth about tho ,and
up accommodate ARM
can a limited number of TJKE
shall them two-thirds with good soil put the ka. anrllntennc.liatelmc1jm,*. every.S.itnr.Iay mdriiin 1g.! Perfumery, CLOTHE.
find in boarders.
we ; The wharf ha* U-en that
tome cases repalixd to steam
perhaps, If they nro to be set in situ !l I'aatk! and intennedi-ite CHECKS '
exposed : seeds this and o'clock nod will leave : boat can land without Jan.13-t FANCY AND PL A IX.RICHARDSON'S -
on with sawdust difficulty. [ Articles
that what we call fast colors, are colors tions it will bo well to them cover :landing for I'.nterprise: (.n every Mnn:-iv at 3 A. AT. Ice- Fancy ,
fast held plant quite sprinkle with warm water, and put tho turning will L-ave EnfeiTriion the ednesday morning Patent )Medicines. IRISH LINES,
or imprisoned within the cell
close follow'ine 5 anll'aatk\! fhurlay
to each other, as in this at a. in. morning NOTICE. STEWART'S
walls of the marvellously tissue way pots near the stove. On appearance (tfthe i at 8 A. M. Freight for Silver l?]'rinFi and all Ian,. Paints, Varnishes, OTHER 3IAKS3 .
woven are not ag likely to be injured by the inas on Odawaha taken at through \ .'. 'T O Captains of vcB..lsaiid eteamew'arriving at this TABLE DAMASK. TOWELLING
j while in other cases this is dul to the no wind. Wo have never met with plants,place pots near a window. Fcr freight or i-as age, apply on lioanl or to A. port we can offT a cornmMlious w liai'i and go>.1 Oils, Turpentine, ,
less any L Cnreshould betaken harden the plants i .IO11-S LljAHrvtMirch warehouse accomll1odatJ(1hJ and every di.-jatch will be Window Glass NAPKINS. ETC.. LrC.ETC
mysterious law of chemical ,
atlinit I ,
other .
,y. to their successful removal 10-tf Agent JaclcwnriUe.New given dirchari nx their rarpoe-<.
t Albumen, gum, sugar and tnolic acids i and but have transplanting into the garden, 1 byaduiiting : -,-- SAVAGE & IIA1LE. Pulty, Paint, LJNZN CAXBSIC
aftergrowth, some Dec. 9-tf HO 'd AVliarf
air to them both ,Jacksvn\, Fla. HANDKEItCHIEiS.HE3IS11CHED .
t &c. found ia solution in day Orleans Varjiishes
are the cells ; in a few instances from this cause. It -- ------ -- --- ------ ,

and the various vegetable oils also. would be well in such night. 0, &IT Of (10a and Sash Brushes: ,--
a case to plant
egg shells (the holo to bo on Ant crice! that E3IBROIDERED,
important product, vegetables I deciduous -vcry usually}kept in a
trees and bushes with thou
ltho I upper end three-fourths of an inch), llegular! Somi-Monthly) 1'acket. DEALERS IN First Class FANCY AND SCCrJLOPED
f : starch is found packed away in cells.rln .- These may bo removed when tho evergreens fill them Establishment ,

wheat and rye the starch cells occupy become well established. It has with good soil, and therein STAPLE DRY GOODS AND]I. which they: wholesale or retail at fair p.g: Orders STRIPED AND CHECKED l'\ BRIC
plant the seeds. Plants thus raised from the country solicited an J 5aifjcoa .la'a ltecJ.
the centre of the while tho NAINSOOK, INDIA, E'-!)
t grain, external been our custom to mulch them as described Ii December CO-tf
kept either in the house or hot beds GROCERIES AND SWISS .
cells are filled with gluten. This in a former article. ____ PI IN AND DOTTZD3IUSIJNS.

cubstauce, gluten, is much moro nutritious : R. U. PIPER. are easily_transplanted.A C ItOCKERY.Tin and HoHow \\"re, .and .1. geei. a1articiet W.H.B05TWICE&CO.1 .

than starch ; hence bread which is SINGULAR tl'ICIDL.-'l'ho Charleston : The Steamship Florida Twine and oLherartitie'Kitchen" Furniure.. l'h"r.ig.t:n-o market"' I'" lIa"llI iii:, I, JACACT, CHAMBREYS, TAI:1 ItO'. .

: made of what is usually regarded as inferior I TIlE VALUE OF BI11DS. (S. C.) Xcifs has tho following : A RICHARD ROACh Commander, for all kinds of country produce at tl.e rnv store price next pn LA1/1ES WIIJ'i, ImOWSUXED m

t' flour is often The best Illustration of the value of respectable citizen, a few days lease I door to the Poatofllce. C. rAKKIirilST. Wholesale and RetailDruggists : BLACK HOSE,
the best. ago \. TILL Rt. Marks for New Orleans on the I 1ft Nov. 11-tf A. B. JIl-t\: ET.

*. We have thus glanced at somo of the] birds in protecting the crops against the walking about tho wharf on Deignan's i V]f the and 2d 15th and) ,IGth on arrival an1Ic.aingaamedays.of car, touching at Wilt Aj.alathicola leave- GENTS. WHITE, BROWN MIXED m

wondrous facts which the study of botany insect devourers is the case mentioned I shipyard, at the northeast end of the :Xcw Orleans for St. Marks.on the SilL and 23d CHAS. A. FAIRCIIILDi BLACK HALF HOSE.

1 by Buffon in relation to tho Isle of! i town saw an old man in little I at 8 A. M., touching at Aapalachicola on tho 10th anJ25tb.
a ,
reveals in its negro LADIES
to us very begining.- and learinjr same day. DEALER IN AND GENTS GLOTESL
I Bourbon. We have often seen this statement 1 boat, fastening a to a largo "rock AUENTS.
It will at bo think rope ,
that it is very once far from perceived being, wo tho dry, misquoted, and as it is of so much and then take tho said rock into his A.W.IX-nham G. I'orter, St.& Co.Marks., Apa1a'1i.o1a.Post I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, DRY GOODS: No. 3, Ambler & Hoeg's Block Furnishing Goods Cloths;Cassimeres.

study it is often regarded. We are value, being an analytical proof so I to j I' 1 boat and start out on tho river. Our & Hobby, 133 Gtavicr Street NCT O.-lcans. : GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ETC., -
Al'l"illI-3m JACKSONTILLE: -
well assured, as says Alphonso Karr speak, of our proposition, wo give it i in ,I i informant says ho thought the negro ----- -- --- BAY STREET, JACKSONTILLE, FLORIDA. FLA. .

that it is a thousand times more interesting : full cs quoted by Carpenter in his Zooi'! going out fishing and had shippedtho TOWING September OrJer 9.promptly attended to. KEEP contfantly on hand,a, large and well rctcctrd Neciiee Shine,'Wlrte a Fancy Linen,Hir. .

'i : when properly presented, to the log- m I it stone as an anchor. The water was tf- DRUGS MEDICINES.' of tU4l..1 U1d!' 'iVOt, :mu..fljrt"'"-. Eti,tiray's Jarroa.; 'Jcri c.

ht "The Isle of Bourbon was once m deep, and tho I'OUXDS Clll.'jflC..lL8.A1\-D fANOl La.il.SV-a., "i.t ram and
t student even than those facina-: very supposed arrangements 000 COPPERAS ARTICLES Io Fan-v Linen Gs!.
l young of devastated I n.J'A" 3000 puundii Kp-oui Salts PAINTS Ttimnns,Iut'lD ,UImora,Skirt,i-Jc.
t ting tales of magician and genii which; danger being entirely by J not altogether practicable His .; l!tO pounds Flour Sulpher OILS;, WINDOW GLASS,
BO delighted us in our early locusts; tho eggs of which were it 1- j curiosity was excited ; he watched the _- 70_- ; 51)I"und.( Kng. Ven Red li'TLZR A Y, ETC STATIONERY, El C., ; BOOTS & SHOES.

\\t We have before spoken of years.the doc- troduced by some plants from Madagacar. 3- j ]little craft from a distance, and presently TIE JL in now powerful pormaiK'ntlv new tas: U.on S the Grant river Capt.for the Gco.purpose Bradford of 5t( )pounds jiouii N Spanth Putty Broun500j Amon;which may be found

riilS trinVbf the conservation of They were rapidly multiplying, ] saw tho large stone go over the towing'elll4c1 ICaflu, Ac.CHAS.. 300 pr>utttor Oil', Cream Tartar, Calomel '100 Cliff9 Too8 and ShOes Lstte.i'ThimoraI and TofiA
forces, in and the of the fields I gunwale JfAIUCHILD, Agent.Xov. In store ant to amve, for ale! l>v Blue Ma-, Sulphur,llatjrsesia &c. Poop,"Women's Kip U,,Utiat *2J TjuiiiuCars
; which the law of change only is re produce was in progress of the boat, and, to his surpriaw -.e, 11-tf. E. 1'. WERSTER & CO, PATENT 5IEDICZXES.Tuwn OL: Sewe PumTji,Ut: '.l.&h'heJ..otfr.i Vutt,'

as it regards the operations og.I'nised : of being destroyed. But the Governor !> :s the old negro follow his anr hor.- Dec. 30-tf o o. \, Sainmu Block.HOKS *Bds \rJ1ariJ..er'. 6ar-ararilla, Awe:r'.; tt Ied ihoes and, Men's S ewe.Cent's Call Kid and l'akaU..II'

t who was a man of superior !! j'The old fellow had evidently tied himself FOR CIIARLESTOX S. C. Cb.try Pectoral, AJ -!-*Ague Cure, I n. ian' I around in tho llrain
nt.1ygoing: on us nat U- ,, PLOUG-HS. f"n-e Killer, Ka.Iway'. Remedies. Fafcnusjcl. -
here ligence, learned the great services which: J to one end of tho rope and tho stot Lie ;'*'tna..uge.1onn Candy,Soul, Anncan Hats And
The is the Caps.Laifes
world. .
tal sun sjurco VIA FERyAXDIXA, Arc-:,
nRrSSWlCKAXDSA\\ Trace Kt-vcr
Chains and all l.rniing toos! and Au',ue Remedy, Bro'-rnN K,.. .
tho "grakles, a species of birds to i 1\to tho other, and thus ensured a speedy taatly(Ill hand ty \\iiL-iow's tkiothlcif ; C etr,
fi of life and motion as he is the cent t3 I NAH, GA. Svnipllyatt's Life Bate-- Vi d-
: which our blackbirds, &c., belong, death. ROU"K A nrT.iTT 1-.10.. ltrneJyMI1.4IaI: lauiuieat, Iir.r'r.. Straw.Felt Silk; Fur JockeyTartars**_
and power by which, in our system, tho performed THE Feb 17-fmp Ul: Bay-.. a\ui.uah, d1.LANL Jjvcrwortand Tar, .YulU1'H KUxer llriii-h O-.l: -, Styles: Hen's V.ool and 1'e.i lat,Chfldrea's K
in India had number of --- --* STEAMER KATE
a pairs lii'emaa'Drr.pp, itc.. .
ic. l'Photoinnph
: worlds held in tho desti I : Aftuin-s
revolving are Ii|j |, introduced, and distributed over the I Iisland.1'hej" A GREAT EXPRESS CONTRACT.-A contract AGl Cf Y. ilairTujth.UiCkfaaimr B-.rd'. Blank R.)ks W-iJcti, iJirrf.r-, I I CROCKERY AND GLiBSl\.AREOJ
IL ed "Let the tolar { C.tPi,5iaijngand! .
courses. j rcctI !
rays has Lrusic
bred just been concluded between *,
;. i very last were dili-I'I -* A. II. MrVJMIJK'! ( TTf iar-y'i:.,>,_. Tr,.. &c.1 I IAmbolaie ALL KINDS.GROCEPJES :
uurface of sand the sand is he
a -[ --
upon tho
I j Secretary of tho Treasury and the -- .
: gent in their labors and in a few Libin-',':. ::lllt
years j 1CARR".IXG for .. 0 irriit: 'creIL"
tht' ,
r Fanr
ana radiates much AGENT aiI. i. r ." .t ,! Ext.et. -
; :.. ; tee nnaiiy away as I the locusts seemed extirpated. When i Adams Express Company, by which tho AdJro"u.\.. -, FU. LS.I.JS b C..It-me'. Hair 011<. Soap, &ZOtlont; ,rooth AND rRov11tYNs.
; as it receives let tho same fall August :6 Saps an 1 'u\I'.IE'r, Steriing's AmbrOb, I
; ray United States Krndall'
upon j to employ that
this took place the grakles began to dig agrees smp &c., tor,
't forest tho quantity of heat j TIlE UNITED STATES MAIL, 500 la'rreU
givou and examine the newly-sown fields j company as the exclusive agent for the CAXDIES. Floor
back is less than that received fur tho ; TITOS. J. LOCK WOOD PRINCIPAL Gum 50O' half Wre! Hour .
;, and the colonists that I transportatiou of all moneys and sccu- cmur.AXnER.THIS Dl"'nSIJt.u' aa.l Bamt Atoocds! Peppermint SO casts I.-on. ,
energy of a portion of tho sunbeams is concluding they 1 ritios }belonging, to tho United States fine steamer having been placed permanently Drops. Lozer.ij'*. Ac., &. SO ranks 1 Iain A.(Cinthinaf j Sugar Cnrci/
C did so for the purpose of eating the seeds ; the line between Charleston and J'aatka: Fla., .BLAtJKSHirH I : SHOP. STATIONERY. 50 LaiT'Is l'Olk.l.IC1s and I nnie It
invested in the building of tho tressflTe17 i and to give it, as such agent, for trans- touching at all landings on the St.Johns ltm-r,Kolirits a .I Letter, Note end F.x 50 Lalft.arreui: Fulton Market Ieef
tree and flour and I (when they were in reality only searching 'I'I all hare of puMi% patronage being commanded by officers j I THE subscribers would respectTully in'orm the Envelopes, Ink>Ucap Paper. AVhiJe and. Yellow JO tarrels, Urird Beef
plant, grows | pt-itation, moneys and securities ofevery of experience well and favorably known public anJ InkrfanJi, PUvir {" .
for the eggs of the locusts,) took the ; on thr rout'% j they have the reats.t a.-sortnieai ..-, I he beg : 5O barrel!half barrel and kits of JTaelcrti
I F flourishes by the grace and bounty of ;/ kind which are to be transferred and haying unsurpassed accomraoilati for j zt cngerand j)' variety iron and ctri'l that i.. to be foi.mi ,;: ICas-t Florida CUTLERY.Razor 25 kits almotr
alarm, got them proscribed by government frdl.M'cry guarantee of comfort and ffcty will ; an 1 are coaotantly rcc'-hing fre h Razor Scraps, Pocket ack Bio CoOee
the sun; the lilies of tho field are his and speedily exterminated fiein. 1 from one point to any other point with- be relied ujion. their .ivck by every arrival,all fit"hieb- w acco ia te iurs I'H.lI.ll to TOBACCO AND Knives and Sciasdrs. MO sacks trrerpool Salt

: L workmanship, the verdure of the in the United States. Gold coin and ScheJulelRa'eM: Charle-ton pvcry Sundrsy at 7 A. any. qi-a.-itity at low rates ;..r ci-h. They ai-o inform PIPES. 100 terre coffee,crushed,gnnnlated tU
: Navy, Md&
M. Savannah at 10 tli that Solace
In a few years, however, they jxrcived Monday A. M., arrrriug hcrc TuvlayC. p.ibic they keep y-n.-tautly on Lund u and Amulet KiUickicJck common bIG,Sugars .
ii t meadows and the cattle thousand bullion is to be ( 'lQI1.ment of complete Shanghai,nut AnJcison's Smokin
upon a /the locusts transported at onehalfof (! Tohacro, ttgar-. 50 bainJJciasivs, :
their error for the ofthcbcKt UoMen Syrup,Ire
Returning will leave for rrand, ,
Charknt Mri.haum
1 hills." If we examine ravages cent. mile for "n every Welneelay i Imitali-u iler>iia .m, 3fK barrels So-X Sugar, boon Pilot BnMS
carefully 81,000 for distances Bnerwood, <
recommenced. Upon th the Governor per m.rnlnlC at 8 o'clock arriving at Savannah on Thursday PLOUGHS Rosewood: Applewood, Clay, &c. Dia 300 boxes Soda, ,
;Sugar lioston tmd Wot BrwJ
arid Charleston I mond and
these deductions of science on Frilny.ras Safety Matches.LIQ.t'ORS
shall not five
we perhaps over hundred miles and Including a new article 40 chest half and
India made Teas.
from quarter and
entirely of steel .qGo Snsi,
procured a second supply ''uirors are sured fiat positive connections will to which 2000 :
find they hare a practical value in and the took o/ their distances exceeding five hundred miles, t>e male, with the various lines of flh'IImkhipe from Sa- I public timber m-pection is invited. Anchon. Chains &e. also SYRUPS ETC. pounds Candy,slicked and mixed
state charge carts BrandShM'TY
varnah carriages and wa ou.,new and AVine, Port Wine, ,
and Charleston,ior New York, second hand Holland '"Tiis-
p Boston and Bal Gin. ,
connection with of tan
of hand,
our investigations cent mile and ky,
one-quarter a repaired with Blackberry
la, per per $1,000 timore. promptness. Brandy, Lemon
preservation. Special s were ; JNO. S. tiAMMIS & CO, ; All kind Syrup Vanilla syrup,
the law which the science and silver coin and bullion Mav 12-tf of ack.mithork! includuiR ship smith- Raspberry Syrtrp-StranrbenySyrur. Wines and
Tipon framed for their protection; and lest the at twice the rate May 12-tt Agent.at Jacksonville, Fla. tag, done at short notice and in a superior P A1N1'S Liquors*
: art of agriculture is based. It is well above specified freight coin R. w. mOOS mauiier OILS, ETC.
after on and & ca-:
people should have a hanking Fl'b.17-tt I White Lead Chrome
t. understood by all that precisely the 5 graklo pie the physicians were instructed -, bullion to be paid in coin; all othoxmoneys WM. GROTHE Jacksonville, Fla. Blue Uc l and Black Green Points, Chrome Linseed Yellow Oil BenzineCrPariss Pms-ian, 100 btls. old 'ciy \ViSaky
same results follow like experiments, United States ; \v. Whiting; 4. &c. Window 100 bbls. old Bourbon Whisky
p flesh Treasury w. Shades
to proclaim thetf unwholesome notes, Liquid Blue,
conducted under the same circumstances. very &c., twenty-five to ... WATCH-MAKEB 9 .. HUBB.AJRD. Powders Citrate of Conpess Water Stddlitz 100 bbls-. J Cabinet Eitrar}'". .
food. But this extraordiny care fifty cents per $1,000 .. Root !, Extract for'making 100 bbls. old *
Beer, JU. Ac. Cognac
Suppose we apply to a certain soil, The birds according to distance, &c. .. COMMISSION DEALER W Feb.ZJ_a Brandy
was injurious. soon again COOP.R'or, iousriflJacksonville ASD SEWSAS-STS ,* 50 bbls. old Catawbs Brandy
X* .
whiCh contains within itself sufficient of: cleared the island of the locusts and Doors 25 pipes old Holland Gin '

I pnoephat9 4 lime, the complementary destroyed the grubs which injured the THE HOOPED SKIRT AXD 1l.\PTlgy.-At I Fla.TJESrECTFCLLY .- Sash, Blinds MAPS 300 cases find old Port
which to M. Vile Detroit, last week, a rather i informs the citizens of JackjonJL1 -.- a
ubsunees according amusing
ville and
I coffee plantations. But when this > icinity,that he bai returned ,
EO to make up a perfect manure-that is, filled them sup- scene took place during the baptism oi opened his place of bu.sinesd as ahvco. again and OF THE SHERRY
ply they proceeded to attack Mr. O. trill he ,
nitrogeneous matter, potassa and lime, : a ;youg lady, by the pastor of the Tabernacle. old happy to receive tho patronatre of bin HARDWARE ST. JOHNS
friends and
tba cornfields and the orchards and a many: new one ns w.h to have their RIVER CLAREt

t, and obtain a large harvest ; if we pply: even killed the young pigeons and;otherdomestic The minister requested her to that' 'with'n'fully his experience repaired as a and practical giiamnteed Watchmaker and hoped Bay Street..., Ja kv iivUle, Fla.Mch In Sevens froia ONE to FIFTY miles tJTEr.S;
I the manure to other soil without assume the dress peculiar to such occa- I the last in this y.-\1XETO
same birds. In order forty year country ana Europe, he will 3-ly ORDER ANt
I a similar result we should of course to restore the sions, but she declined to take off her be aMe to give full satisfaction to all who have good with cl'ineatiCOt,! .). Ii'8 or Cnivd Safee OTIIERV.IXES.
t ballanco a sort of Malthusian watches to be repaired. All watches lub1i Surreys af
: Lands aA! .
was I ;
fe' come to the conclusion that there were enacted to their I hooped skirt ; the minister told her of year. Jan 27-tf one ISTOTIOE. "IX miles on Utl.e,"f.l''f'.ofili. 01"nml the tii: Ill i ToroTBrhy fi T1N-WARi

i elements of difference in the soil or in prevent numbers from tho inconvenience that would result Physicians Prescriptions Lake Harney K F. 1.uji om Its D,mouth to

_ I t'J I t the conditions underwhich the experiment thus exceeding kept in their check legitimate, they continued food; and to from her she obstinacy, but like a true female C. D. OAK, ANY HOUR CAREFULLY OF COMPOUNDED, Feb 17-tf Corner o. ToiTjthe'and J&ksoniiIeF1a.Doors. Ocean Sts. 6r

V persisted but THE DAY OR
.was tried.'The'want do without ; when she came NIGhT,
J ; of the application 01 t s good any admixture--. of evil. I to descend into the bath the inflated -' WATCH-MAKER AT E. WEBSTER,i CO'S_ Sash and R1inl EVERY DESCRIPTION

rule, which all admit, accounts for many HOP CULTURE.In skirt touched the water and rose up ?' AXD DEALER > SIGN DRUG STORE, -- -----.. HARDWARE
of the discrepancies which exist between the first place the ground intended around her like a balloon ; her head was 4 CLOCK1. Dee 30-tf GOLDEN ORTAR.. EVERY STYLE AND SIZE

t the statements of those who have been for tho hop yard should be well manured lost to the congregation ; she was swallowed CLOCKk Cl.ILERY. JEWELRY. COSSTANTLT OX HA50 A.B FOk SHE BT NAILS,

..J tttocessful with certain motho-is and the for hops require a rich soil ; then up in the swelling skirt. The SUMMERS' BLOCK FANCY GOODS, :c. NOAH WHEATON, !IlA : & laXDXFO:2D TRACE CHAINS,

i of who ia T0 the minister then tried to force her BAY-STREET-
experience those essayed a ground plowed in April, draggedand down in- Dec. 23 JACiPOT-rtLE, Wholesale ;
theSe -methods. This to tho bath but sho rtA. tf an Retail Dealer in 180 Bay Street, Savannah STEEL CORN MILLS: .
.t trial of same as marked th& darno ns for corn, four was kept above the Ga.

., :tu. ""VB1 ; regard to the one given feet each way; then with a hoe on every surface by the floating Iroperties of crinoline Watche DOORS SASHES BLINDS Feb U-tf 2:-! CORN: SHELLERS- ,

Tli agriculturist who has been other mark each way dig a hole about and was buoyed up so success ? and Jewelry. BRADFORD &: RENICK PLOWS

ucceiBfuJ in this case will sound the throe inches deep, into which drop a fully that it was after much difficulty, WOOD GENERAL DOJfJflSSJOX .. ",

praise of his manure ; others imit tinc hOD root from three. tQ eL sches o.nc.; and many forcible. attempts to submerge GEO..A. ECK: MOULDINGS, UESCHASTS, i SAD IRONS: : :;, .'
moat Sat if it .J I 1. 71Broadway :
happens that I AND N. Y.
The root, if it does well will tizing tho fair *" ..-. A.'U > tirJXDSTO is.I /
field*contain throw one. Finally, it a w z.n S' :0 Ul1Qers PiWIyj
no phosphate of lime far up was ef JYIatenals CONSIGNMENTS
: sprout from each fected to the OF i"f ,
frtor joint. Every other relief.of tho -- -.
jieMfog the marvellous results hill on the minister and I a OCE..LV STREET, 268 & 270 Canal Southern Pine.
promised this manure will on the hop row, and next row entire seriously inclined audience, who could I Near St., SStIJgB(5: .'
con. can be planted corn or beans not keep from chuckling in I JACKSONVILT.E Broadway, NEW James T. Patterson .
frary lower the yield for as the their sleeves FLA. YORK. Savannah Ga.
t. wo now know hops do not require to be and in A large assortment of Clayton Adair' r Atlanta,
laughing their "ariODs
; *that mutow in/the of absence phosphate of lime first summer. Every fall each poled hill the of chiefs. pocket handker II I KEEl>S Watches oonstantly and on Jewelry hand a, ,61 and all elected other stock of shipping hand,and orden.made to order. rani.ular"tylea attention constanCy I'ald on to Much Churchill 17-6m &Johnson, Augusta, Ga.0. HOLLOW WARE
nitrogenous articles
MI.1 1:.. :_ !_!___. matter,_potassa hops mUSt have tWO Or thrift flhlWP1.. REVIVAL at usually reduced kept by tho tradil/r which he oien to the public April :21. .
UV, III lDJunous to -- .v0 or i LoST ART.-It is priec& BOUSE
_ Another vegetation. full manure put on it,. to enrich tho in an stated KB. ff. CILTOX, & BRYANT, OF' '
exchange that T.
source of Mr. M. ALL
is a BANltELL, I. P.
error a want of ground and protect the Disman, of ALSO Savannah. 101:8& KINDS Ai' SIZEWGoflwA1t1
a1zra.incMTyiDg out the roots from freez Upper Sanduskey, Ohio has New York. ( IT. A. 1 3RTT.
details of ing In the discovered Formerly Jacksonville, .
an experiment,,where the condition spring following the man the process of hardening CUTLERY HILTON & RANDELL FOR WARDING' AND COMMISSION )
are ure must be copper, and MERCIt..
pitched off from the has ... .
knownjMxd stated. hills seeured a for BAY-STREET
Thus patent it.
an important and the The art is STATIONERY WHOLESALE GROCERS SAYA.VJfAlf CA.
and runners if any, must be supposed to have WILL give prompt attention .
pensrve chemical dug been lost SEJWG 103 to receiving and
since XACIILVES Bay Street for.
*; failed to the Tea on that by experiment the out and cut off to :prevent them from days of King Solomon. The tho .AND A VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES, near Barnarf, Savannah, Oeo.STEAMBOAT den. AipI will goods adO keep sales on conatanti'co118igDrnent. and aD or-

water in he formula word spreading all over the ground, and properly called silicitated material is AnE constantly the receiving per Steamers from New stock ot Groceries, tJfluor.IC1'i,U1tW'IJ OIa hand a rood OF EVERY VARIETY.
was understood preserve U.n4jjk/t"l30frepa"-w largest Building implement-
done and Materials
copper and / ? at short moat Fairbank '
kind the hills in their be can At the n.flccl. and work Orocerlee In the efty. complete ASbortmcnt of sides other Sc ; 00.
any of liquid which under places. There worked without friction. All old stand of C. D. Oak, Ocean Orders eoods and manufactured .rtfdS 4c. :-.

that name instead of distilled goes 'water, plenty are but after few rnnnors that. the first spring, sity for oiling machinery made from neces-itis otreet.A.M.Reed'.B.iildiim. Fob. 3-tt lowest JaB.market 27-tt.by mail price.accompanied by remittance tilled at and consignment eoiwurrocnta,and respectfully for which solicited.8TOMl they AcentL oIS.o S WILLOW WARE '

which of coarse was required. After the obviated. The Clefoland January 6-3m
are the nniao r, rUner__ Columbus & C. A. '
1 }
; # remo\"e "An Cincinnati Rail CM3E & CO. L -
--- lioad is .. IYHELL. 14- 14DrTEJlHOnu. .
to "Wl nnw., tp<*% +.\.." :
fr 1'Ir&1I or SotrlUER h aLut one foot at the, prepared metal and in --- ----- Of Savannah 0. Of lxo.M. tv.IIn.z, SOOO'' BASKETSfrom' One 1)z
I I'LcTERS,.. bottom, apa case of its success JEWELERS AND STTTU. .sAnd rn.- Co. F1a. quart.
.nChrtinck tops apart to, are --- ---- .U'L.o.1.'I Jo, A. Dutenhoffa* buaheI. I
i ,( has a letter prepared to give the inventor Commission l"n. :
the vines ----
prevent and General SnIPrUiO "" ,
from from ,
a running $10,000 for Forward FORWARDING
:PPI planter which is both one pole I its'use on their'Road. & COMtjssj
tho other There o."f MER- -
:i p1ainti ftu&ludicroua 1 and to the tops 1 is much excitement ING MERCHANT CILtNTs .. STATIONEEY-:
_' ; as the following. the poles in tho yard m o and interest in Up. DAY STREET, SA YAXXAU
4 .e.th&*' We distance per Sanduskey Prompt OA. PAPER, -
-: have a fine stan from each other. eul over the subject A4FETRT34 rANNAll.OEO.ttZS attention given to the
Of cotton Thick is up. Have The net thing is to THE CULTIVATION (stco DOOR wan .. meat.or Cotton Lumber and purchase Country Produce Iale and ahip.: J K8 .
or or aUy. Con.fgnmcnta ,
nearly plow TDlIuoE8.-Sa gene
in LOW a '
cae-Gurd ourJorce the centre between the I :IJ AS WlIIUfJ\U8ed co.) 1FW .oliciedo W'hich r
sickor commenci seed from the fl faciIJUee in eonnceUon be made ad.vancea -

lug to be. Well, I will_ give a pretend sample the the until turning the furrows from, ; sow in rich beds largest in winter and best tomatoes cs ,1:1 forwarding.boat 8Mp and Railroads and Adita. Expren with steam Co.for ., liFEREC : PENS AND PEXCJLvENVELOPED-

- to-day's,, annoyance; Heck h you get near enough to in spring: or early 8 ; & OafntQell, Be11. 'WYUer : Brigham, JSa1d1riD II. Savsnn. .
comes in each j.&im j. G. chri.- Esq Hiram
row then : Oeo.7. 8avlUlnah J. H. Rcbtts,
said aTt hlt1d n t want'London, he is after, t and,plow the other When the plants are :e.I. e. 1lgt1Sta.v, A. Rug, E.0. Leareu Jacbon h i Co..L B.buM I. AngIer,Int. Rew. Cot Zeil1in Augu Ii Co.Maoo Dr. N.L : 8TATIONEflS Gtrii' r- :";
way,; reverse the large enough to 1' P. Pease Atlanta Co..lIaeon, 8. M.VerdIcy W; ChbhoIm ta James '.1r. lt..ii, E.q.Atiant. .
: .worthless ; Rosa stays off be. tUflh1flgt0wiij40 furrow, move, plant them in rows about J. 8. Samml.&, A. A. Lonne G. 'V.Lonl.Darian. Jacksonville}.F. Atlanta Oa., C. 1. Boifr
sJtLtet hill the rest inches sixteen Oa IOnnue Fla., Teaa.lale Co.1.C, Greeley,Jack.:. 1. lY,led\Jnon Dibble JachonvfUe1a. CoL XJ ME, BRINKS ,
4 .
day-slight sprinkle done with the cultivator cbe.. a part, in beds of loose earth Io'la Reade n. J. JIan hlatta York,Ikarden Co.Pt.., .n. Bad1r. .1\e1r ;'
hoe .
before breakfast this or keeping I and when .New York WnM&.ui
the Louinine :
morning; Jackson the-ground clean and ground is. not 1t-8lDp" Ky. EIq. :
mellow. already FISK'S Jan
fa doItIia2bmattack Pat the rich 13-tI .
; tm is sick vines round the poles from uso manure, well mixed with DEALERS'IN FINK WATC IETALIC 'BURIAL DRUGS __

ftlw jr ok(*h zr1 is'any hard job and tie with the yam; raveled right to left earth. A.' GENTS WARE lor JEWELRY the AND GOLD FC.N5 RTLVER;" CASES VA: .
Hte wging Igg hand; Steve has old from.an After the plant .lL finest watch in Amcdcanjtet chJODometer.th; ALb'STAPLS' DEUGS 1L1ND1
about &ho"
stocking. This is get a foot 11"0 ladies WATER '
t4 full of kink high roId eJcd : .
riIii"'twi watches fine Ieer LOTS .
t9&ii FOR
pta frame .mO\'e1DeJWJ froth
160 SALE.
Henrys and Dick and 0 'I
network RoQratet .
will stretch and of forked sticki Lcver..atud4aJ1d
i not elide' .
damage :the buttou a.lI" I OFFtRf r-a ,
_ Lth ana: .Ageds 'art1cle."AIao out
fo1'8DO. ,
t ; -, bat-they are-goneSdr,- vines as it grows; The hops are. gene- the.Jri from pole, arounil them to-prevent PU Uo'lChoo1IoUleW'.york AmericaI1ltee1' ,P r U804'>_1' an the, ot210ftet the Fouiuiry Lot;.. Yataab2.pty1 Mv a nSC'tI"? bowa'u rItes SADDI
a 1I ,r>lly ready to .weighing then' ; and'ana210tee' WM
j ret pick the last of August to the WATCHF8-- F b'i-j At8OP.
flmrmrt '
first Whea.thevinea.faU. nEPimjJ .' t AITI tTrIrE
ft't"' i.._-,/: of September. From ten to,fifteen not bear so well theY dti I iittCed-bjlti;- Ca sl '- .-. TJ'BPT ConafaD SADDLES: ; BRlDA' MARTt'
woo' ba-.
hundred nor is a GJL..Ja'anet" :eiti'
Mi-; pounds is the the. fruit : rience 111 ;;. *, N
JI3'j H"I(" J..tf'II't _. yield per acre!: I good' a* :and the II1'CWeI'9 1e :.,!.AU rood, Prepared to IIi ns.rbl lOr aJo. ram ala4 S" ''J.AT'F4 on1TXrKt8PVB
I DumeD % Lo.
work'wsiraDt.ecC. A; CA5.D.oOmb. .. -- K'Ja *=< and,g. b biDD Ilea ,jt; '
e. BT T.1. 16-V. $.J. HOLLAND.' I o18-W OALVIN. OAK.'OND rJackwn escriti n htIf{d'6\1 'at ,

'ft* 'm."FL9 Tfll1P8, ETC:, E'

j ( ION"O'IOB1! J'I.acm-riUe Neib' 4 _