Florida union

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Florida union
Uniform Title:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Weekly union
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Creation Date:
January 18, 1868
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.


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


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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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02707184 ( OCLC )
AKM6247 ( NOTIS )
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Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
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Jacksonville tri-weekly union
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.u1; _-_,inix. r" .: .iitH-iaf: :, ; I ,' EEAC ESTATE.. :_, I'." 'From tb..;Bo ton TraMciliti5JCVT n hundred' doran a day'to look at her." This BpliitBallam In Court-A Corion* Cae.A FLORIDA C llHhrriui.

,: TKAA'l DATe beauty trotted in 3:23 when lilt old
years very curious habeas corpus cue -beforeJudge OII.DEa.l
: PBOSEECiTlTS kEDICAU : 'REAL, /ESTATE' AGENCY|( JLFton ths German.] bat has made even better' time since in Mr.Bormer's McCunn, .of the New York Supreme n''I4&uu(u-ta. Alabama T..u lL'UTI?

-- like foam en tie wild brooklet hands. II t'Io(4s) II ,
f",' .. \ : LOW'S 1 be year Itas p504*.,).1} The Auburn horse it a sorrel with four- white Court, on Friday'in which a husband sought to 0ftMftI da.1A .n&o Oes.Lhe.3ii7. i

J t,'. : 'r : .,.. : : G.W.Edwards;1 D., I rnm'171tt.L aM su bbmol wrGxEtJ'llA tarns,- oas ttra Thaci*ut.1I'or Lkio, intb ,JJU Kngai boar of bin gloom tfeougfats and I gladness<,. ; feet and a white face; he is not a specially obtain possession of hi* wife, who is alleged to 11. )

I *vfcfaat*ef JaekionnUc and. ebewkxr*,la KaM FiorWUlaUa4 Among thaw years so hoary,i handsome nag to look at, butt as 'a sporting be restrained of her liberty by a''clairvoyant Wb.reieByOsiesaI Orden 3Th.H front u.flu.4.

1 Ga PHYSICIAN &, SUKQEON.: '. 'l'hahlll.I.a) I '. batcher Mid he is "a nasty ono to go." Hu has: quarters dated OctoU a, 1887,an BIceIioa.
.1' tebovlns end ..ntsd* and Town VccbiovaDaagrruwdldbesFnd "' physician. The lady herself was brought into otr"-4
: -f -i ; however, never baea fairly' trie irt public, Mr. to be held Iu the IIt.a\o' of YIorl4a'lnt the
hUMSWialr, .
asuhaUeterm And --A
'14 lUy iMt the pi nte4itorsmae' :omOCSAJI : -1:, i '..- ', : .,- C. L.OB' BOX.SorrabM ; Lrovgbt M nearer to the ends Banner having"bought him immediately after";Court, and stated that she was not restrained of Flflemih nd dajs ..N1887.. Ai

I 11.u.1Iisdtatioo of rAalAl I t, 1SCT., 1J-U From eotufant chaagn _'1 frncmcni hi* first ap|>earance on the turf, on the strength'of j her liberty and had no desire to return to her which Et.ctino Ia persasnc,of&II Ast of eo.-
OraM pTouubuc& :. AKD ADAMS' VT&EET hint Woodruffs rcmaik, that he was '-the titled MAlI
$., I Of tliMfa never free; \ husband, whereupon tho Court dismissed the coprovU.rft.jn.ffl g,
: she '.b1iIh- : J HOTELS.TJNION S Br Uooma;|ruws old and ripen fastest home ho over drove."' meat of the rebel 6tMe*"aad th,ArIa 8oppta ..Zv
.. .UCKSOXTIllJ "TLJLEMH.E "oW low writ .Tllfl is 1 thus reported
1IbIntI1) rase
Last but fur !
'f .1" greaUfct so speed thereto.Ute
,. ,'. ..llli tomb_a'lIImh.1.. ai M conccrnd : ragMend voter* 'of.aid Btal, mIg' iol,
very .
tIIeIItra"Iaewarperm < His nane to none thai Ilretb: conn the famous Uoxtor. This champion Carlos Frodorici asks the aid of the Court to fcr a Co.nllolf." "against a Convenhom,"sail b

this ha p"the DB.- T. SABAIi '. HOUSE And bounty,doles,fame nnd might uf tha r r ting: turf of America is sturdy shot tbarrulltddiirklriwn recover his wife from the control of Dr. Atwood. delegate to constitute the Convention?...
-14 J_ pupoM ; Are ortr b death'dark ushti: horse with four whito of the votes 1II8JDrbJ
s\\ The lady's name .._-Marion De La vane Lamar given on that qonUoo Oould be for a C-
.::4n. IIt&bliahed' ci-r: i'iOE :1.: y foot a white note and streak; a larjn, though a daughter of General Lamar, formerly venUon aDd ra case.majoriij e*all th. rtghur* .
T ni {
Are an of '
.", -.. > V yet tiring weUfuitnud hvA-l a lallier wi.kcd eye and a President of Texas. About month she ters should have voted oa the
ago quertion eta
Over "l1..ti. o-r.8Iafe U Floor- VUo ben ifae Conyj .
ag fear was ,
. ._.QJ3X.Ocx. -; M. .J.. MTJRBHYV III I I.-'.dtv lullb."i..UlIC youngBMolred flowing taiL There is nothing partirulai' was married by Mr. Galluudut to the plaintiff j And Wheress At an .ht44* wfd bt p_._.

'S ... .' CUT trlctuU among attractive about tha apncarance of Dexter; home an i they went to Dr. Atwood'. The doctor said i oNun aad 1A contemuty to e.J4Ad. there

.; 'IFek.4IJMT.-Jy.. .\h!nuuijr of our ruiiuUT to the pi'.Kof the ordinary Tooknr-on. a tary donuts that ho admitted the husband to his f polled oa the 1-110. of a eoG..lloa w.

,'.-S,. 1"7 .7'.,. -. ..,. .-..., coon OF LATTRA. AND PUTAL BTREET8 Ob,Now may Ih IIIn*|ieaor ptVe'III.JumbNl of Odd dnorndOu ordinary chunk of a horse.:.' as thu Jerwvmanmy hou_ .The wit says that having been mar-,S Dumber at JWfem n-.I'Awfntf v-ml to now the

.:.. -" ; .raC1is nVill .Fl& each stilt. (iav*tbat Idea Irknd I Iv ; but tb'ai ha has made a mile in 1:17J 4 In rind by fraud and under influence of drugs, (1l,603) being mar.lisa -Italt efThogiasil _

-' ,:':' ,. ,. ..' .. *** harm-as,'ami 2:18 to siWle; tats'whivh are. soUr sho wont to the doctor's house for protection I 6M mrv *. &is< ,.
'. ,. r..Iw ,Wail!ifc.
', e .T.Dl'DJDHA8 JlBBlf 1 >Vbo know.many moulder ,. ".' I : nut-jiiallad in tho turf annuls of the world.' against him. .The husband deities this charge whole number of registered voters In'
w said
r. ',: : f-Hu,! sfeir"ti'J" -: \ "" .T S. '-.toa of\1GtaR X j-aavjr tbt*tb.lomk I This thelist of "uttirs that State;and W _
completes now oc-
that doctor
S tho
,''.. .,'no ,, )" '; >.!.>:,- ,!;; -, *l/eatb, ttnaaontinced do Ji summonS Mr. u"uner'a.lables No such array of says ,who profWu-e-l to bo aSpimiluitlist he whole number of rote polled on ih.qnMtioa ,/,
cupy / has established an undue influence
-.iluMO hl.8nn home. eipk& 1. ooUq---. : tadilDeis fIatt4l-edt" rvmark.tblo home, nor any approach to it, was over her has persuaded her that ho has discovered -I IOOJ brine a majority of tbe lathe Wen rr-'e4" CoilvenUoa.

ththberUU.' ',='I-_; *,,.'t'1f\.f.iJ.fe.,"Vi"1 V > --,: 7' whidta i over bofore gathered together under the ownership that sha i ie suffering from heart disease out for.
anot 1 .. -. id jrould within.the IOK:'". of a private gorUkmin inaa"t'Ounlry. And I has told her th.i';the spirit of her father ha' And..At

(kind 1rith the?o jerT$thre1rfcwof tk,pftpnder ''. ." when it i it remetnbervd thtt Mr.: Donnor has appointed: him (Atwood) her guardian and is poisons were efccte.1 tall Ejection Uw fcno tot n.a4
purchased tbi-so hones for his own plenaureIhst I the influence thus to obtain her ? Del0, sal., Conwnifc
using acquired
from its
id ro |hems cUT.
vet 'O.Hyj re.p Hwtlon
Jw former inagect .. .J.l A __ .' '" *>duihdoiel0gi lie does not permit them to be driven for any property, and for other pnrposc, and that the irtresa chosen: Krtrkt. la whish they
:::1- .. Oed aweeten under circumstances, nor will drive affidavit be made her '
,owd to Republic*"poacipla and pmjrtWon- 'bot wager any | purporting to by was
OJ71CE.ate the
| .grawVrepo-el them himself for any sut-h wager, the rxMnnce I sigiwd without her knowing its content O T'if'f5011 DIotr1ct-Gge V- 1r liter.
ReconitrurlTon hnm aiaj T. A"-_ of hV.mrrow, of such stud becomes the extraordinary. ID..V.Rowley't'lom
.1 ,Ute gbnous morrow: a more The writ was returnable on 1"baraday.bnt ibo Swoud

nun FIPlI' I 1)U rrhi.well known bmut I. for_ rakm bm.cliitht-d In white A curious 1n' the by, will 1 110 ,': IV. At wood having denied that he had any J.'L' Zkcllon CUWci-i/olm L Cunp

noPP i AL. I. Baud tlnrrdny,mid fmm now ofica lit to H>pee-w.. ,.A IleUer.orld',dt-IISb\ noticed in eonnection with them horses, It will 1'0 i itrol of the wife, was adjourned to Friday, to I From tbe

.1In. many J erli eri, lit ifcf *". 'Iibera. JI H MRA 0 L JJUFKJSQTOS Propotir Lie observed that Lantern, Lady I'alme"1 Tan I of the trarui-ae of the husband being put C. ThIrd Htrtion -'.J.Tmm.L.
; Cheer apTthen e'. thougb Auburn and l each marked to or I hn S Annirtad, E.portm.It !!?., '5
paring exter mint! by -.T- f+ijmtM*
!t.h<eIli4tO I J.. P, SANDERSON I out be.rrlolIq : These hoi I fit UM>Foorih Election DlMrirt-O.
i Four white foot and a' white now. j I Kiehardi.W.
UNION HOUSE Th good find gno4 not only I'-A trtivcrto tf tl.b return was lade by Fred r. 8uunJlirjlreUcricklllU.uunJlirjlreUcricklllU..
.wr9 I'DD AllftUUDB1Ift. TOiti .A.T,L.W. la life, hut d aiha*well. are or have boon avowedly the sovereigns,a. to I in whit h ha alleges that Atwood baa In I i From th.Fifth .
1 her hU..010.more meeting, peak of tho turf, in their several degree. Yi-t' Ejection bLob1ct-.J,W.ClJld
th ..lotwkowe"er; In ipite !fnnluoitcJ ,'wrought u|>ou the imagination of his wife by j Freni
IB pitoof e I JACKSONVILLE PL pE4r cor.ixc, FU", Bin_*nong of bbaful i. there is an old quatrain, faniilmr to turfmen his !, the Sixth Election Dlat d-t. W Osboe*.;
a1Jule from the C Juwrativipent ".i-u Then. to be>uMl h,11 be prett-mlcd pintaalitic and clairvoyantas J""I'b E. Oaieui, C IL Pearce,
penwnml Out 1ioutCcl1.'NBW Year,Cot Ihrft which says: (.owrta, to become complete master of her !! ttsvldmn J. WptI em,
ud >ite.of nnraerbni Oft n> BT. Ion's Ririt J. IL Woo. 1 Four white feet. .O. B. Annolro._
,of the Ule, w l OB.-flART C mind and will; that he baa pretended to her to | From tht
and 1OIIMIli_t'GfttemptibJe 01.traWon. her new aad com ----4 And ono white nine: have had communication with her dc-cram-d a-venth Election Dirtrfct-Joha IT.tow*.

icity oppooenta;the ATTUBXKT AKD.OOUKSKLLOE AT LAW. TIUIpIeW, d tbe mm*vi th ItR. ROBERT BOXf ER'M 8TABLKS. Cut off bi, hoiid father from y hmu ho had secvived instructions'In j!'A.O.Ba. HoUrt KoKfaairi,Antony*IU..

thrown in JU w.y by po1itica1 Md iuriitoUlim 'JAcnO'NrltU;; :... paWIe..a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. 'And lung h:m t> the crows." art the |iart of gitnnlian to her during her b }:rum the Eighth Election &-1aa4 T, 1:3
lncr oer,M.JOT Job_
aDeI rmpUly WUllmm
.Unrosi beld itt F....11.r.e. aad llew They ore Cared ft.Can*
8. n"llIrallI: that since his .. bus born with
I w 1IIMtIiie i 1M tile istsin4 Vud tl ta.lloc. Partie, tktther atone -...fey Mr fcral- I. Dtcr the fa tnt trotter tinjton, the ; From U. MmhK
direction gaining ft better, or I < ; [ tlonDUtrkTk aM Cr ,"
in ft new 8tn tho do. t-'rhi-hos rceeivej utters from her in -
E lea _-title the mild cud gmUl elimata ul 11O 4*,onhe fniteat an-1 Pocahontas .'ni..c, tho' .\ ".ehuli r. *
liberal and 010111 IntelligfOt a. of nbI SL ,!'*,will Bud all the. comfort of a borne at It said ; 'I which: aim cxprrMi.'S/ tier wish to return to him,
Biore Wilkinson Call- tbi.houai,. that crerymanhas a foiLlr a hobby fastest paver in the world/ have br had "four 1 hut tinted that alto rompletoly under the From the Trnlh Election DlJlrltt-J'. .r, .
I SrlbtlI iq the p1u'e ;flh.who hmd'witbm. TW rue,.are lsrgean4siry.sod.,all carprtrd.and as it is commonly called lUll that to know white fixit and one white nose." I wits Fromlh. JJ.wath Bectfcn
rjXSELLOB AT Atwood i i. -llia
LAW I' control(Dr. Ah xl tluit sid: an _
the ninilttm and The bmie contMiiMover
new pld' \ man thpnghlr: you mutt >eu him in his humor So much for'*old lWL" kin.Jr. Wni.X.Cm.o
TALLAHASSEE,FLA.flU.irlvattesrlion'to ttftj iooma< OB doe 1'.Mt and BoMb..UIen are i .1 iiiio3U of the wont Uinil.' and Wi-ll known ,JIDia/1 T.W.1s.
m.Ko mcothi of liei>$, I.Rultn of } for lauuka.Ilia ; in other words look at him mounted upon/ HUOEIXatl5OCFJtEllVI.MlNARF.WFNT.The From the Tnllth Election
I' right p ri'.ims.apn.sly and noUiiiot. m-L, and that he has obtainedthis Dutiiot. :. ._
after tw*riy u ;
\:\: eM lath* BupmM .ndYY houw vcr, with any jiiojter lihueiuj ot horace i ia a in"Uur of i Auburn trim.f .
labor, the puMMwrt Circuit Court*df Fl**and In the Court of the U. White ." knoraa control of his fur tho basest purposes
and not !.) pesa&ut Soiur (torcrrly such io'iamit oriel intentions that the writer of great important in all raiH-s; but in thoeo ofUelUatehoofixl i ioio the Tblrt TOih Eleetloa
: _at .IntoII Cit nhtas penulUrd bv cittlngflOT. M dwanc DWrict-1.1 .:.
.1. If
} acnolia fHiD.M l from JarJuonvfil
it bae proved a ) this recently paid a> visit to the stables an I Iv h-biomViI! trotti'is it becomes 'i s.'C.I .
{ l>that) hi exveriiB. .WIIUd.. JlfC. about thirty mi>.. AU the xranm stat>at this pun: 1 From the Fourteenth Etwn DuUlct-L.
aa Uiry ft up and down th*river.llavmc ( ".. of Mr. U>bert B>br. bat nitnply to a vital qUl'li.n bixli for sliced and I'timlorl. Mr. I I \Vhen this was put in. Justice McCunn findI I S.C.Dranrtt. WlllUm 3iUinc
DxWl a Uradwrll.
the a i.e.0th.
tnd that .. GILLI3, removed Iran ttt. A D .ln. to the shor.hou.e. gratify his own carioeity, and, poasibly, that oi Uonnvr is so ]>aru'culur about the manner in I ing; that tbe lady was still in Dr. At wood'st I }'romhe nr.-&ll !

J' $1FVUCL Pu .the| troiian<> Ik-tied and that of be Chandler.W. Roirn K.
jtrroysr AT IA" a many new onn u may D. BOOM.Fiwm .
edtocalloakvd lore tiones. superintends the operation himarlf remaining. The hnshand was rbidden to go with the ofTicer.
the '
I&na111..t Dee 21'AUT t. FLA.. U MRIlIi. A. EATON. 'tBa 5T. 0Lta. in tho stamp daring the fitting and nailing of the but the doctor accimniod him and after I Icarge. Bliumdr Election Dbtrfct-IuMel <*
TUigrecel.d.ike-inoit; gratifying auoraon Gram CWt Spring, TU X**. U 1M>. directs some time the 1 InJv- was broreht to tbe court
U& The main .Stable which contains within its shoo, both of which details he not only ,

', from memV of the Eepohlkmn party.JJ .ill James B. walls six almost priceless or i-*-the tuitosttrottcni but oven assists in personally.As The plaintiffs counsel asked that Dr. Atwood From Uw Rnenteratli Election .-B.IbUy; ,

of te ttate, that the U ios, thai far. Dawklns S T EVE N 8 HOUSE. obably at thin movunt in the whole tbe perfect lUliiou of the shoo is neccsJtry bo directed to sit wheie he could not be fen by From th*Eighieenu Election DUuirS- *\ ZJMU. ; '

part both M wgardi lU ATTOurt: AT LAW AND 8OLICITOB INEQtTIT. wnrid-is an unpretending building. of pnwej to even and comfortable! stt-ppin?, Mr. ISoniicr I tho lady, as ho (conned ) feared the influence of I From the Suwtaenth Efeetiea Birtriet-adrd! UWan. -

hu gi"en entire wU t ction, brick externally, standing in a emIl coort 'ar.l has procured a emooth sot lint l-xk of marule: I the doc or. The Court! declined to make any SI

tutorial management, and ill oftbrta in behalf Feb.IT_OAtS-fSriLLk. fkA.\j 41, 23, 25 ana 87 BroadwiT Sew York.o.a.u. on Twenty-nevrnty streot, b.'ween Ninth upon whose surface he plat.a every W bt-f.jte ,.such oni.-r. Tho only qmxtion/ the Court ruled I U it trJmd: That the persons abort _meet itIn m. 5

of the Republican irtjand the. principles AoKDy Ono.ON and Tenth ..". \Vithin. thi building if it u .nailod to t'uo liorso's hoot and if tho iron was whether!he lady Ha restrained of Let li- Contention TttUaluuitr, floria*,c.9U C r i<.(

which that party rn-i ta, the publuher it W.M.IVES.ATTORlIEY THE EUROPEAN PLAN. divided into wa nn-houso and stable, har.:,5 does not lie plumb on the stone it u hammered lierty : all other qmstions must be tried in some .Weduy.1M TlIIidA ( lr- eP J._. I. sad

the *8' year, with Ie- AID COCVBEIXOB AT LAW, room, hay and grain Ion. The wagon room and filed until a thruughly level surface is obtained other forum. The lady appeared very pale,but pruceed to trauma a ComtUuUoa and Civil

tnputA toeommenco and TInt STEVKSS nOT8E7.irall sa<* M-lr,blown to i ia allO! nwl as I he wash room,one sido of it boing lie has alao a theory about fastening in answer to the Judge's questions, replied distinctly for the titatv of h.i.o<, according M-_-pn1M \_- '-(rf

hewed confidence in hinwelf and hi.canje LASS CITY FLA, Ib trmvelin poNle. Th location U eqwdally wiuble paved with fUgstom graded to drain properly the shoe lie vukts the smith; hammer the that she was not restrained of her liberty steve rrfeiy,$$..!that when$hes .stallhave
., a _tf I.merchants and business_.1 UUIarlow proximityto each stroke fur stroke ; that she did not wish to return to her bWl-
nails side ben
with on
1Inth the business.piuS of til* dty-U on th. hltitwsy of / and furnihhed the necessary water alternately boiul M framed tile aid Uouutotioa be MUaitt 4f
aJ.P"An .En p n. t're.B E. PERRYATTORNEYAN boUMTi W. Mn ..-tIa4 adjaerat to all the SpparatitB thns enabling the groom to clransd nail by nail./left wd rian. w tk.t tho tiht husband*aIo.e bound w so !b, soot JiJ no* wish her a> ntlncKUua to the reglilcnd voters of Bid Stats Mfunhrt
Baibrad aM Meamtot the hoof is gradual and erjiml over to keep tho peace. The
irindpil depuU.Thw the vehicle under ihujter, ana alia eoonomisingTh ing of the shoe to "--by law.
in January, 1868. ha .. lltofml .wiee4aioU far cor Court discharged writ .
With the first ilia BMveua a i on both litl.* H. also ha the ahaak the :
y 1"LD.uIA VXIOX .A.T XA.W..sOOU.3 ov-r..eo..un bnrcoT nwotfcrth Amtebed..fot and and--1 CDtortelnmeMI. Th sUbto projiec,opening by a broad archway shoe stretched a very little wider than the hoof; Jons TOTS

/ AI ,. gte ,.este .'TJoe_.essp.oes.nd sat_- tones the wagon too,,i*divuUxt by* r"""_ Mil W ki. wtaim of driving th..* the foot Colotod "nflb*-. fis New Torfec. Brevet x.oroftiTu Coong
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I.* provktaiwltB >* 9mtrr-41W afcMNtoMe I* and
tuterialla. r mttf anil the
. ; rf b. tAto-- ppMBjit tad,'tM-.nd IaIoIe.Iy pro way about BIX, fat broad,on one side of which is brought out to tlio shoe, frog : A corrc.ponrl.-nt asVs us "!in what year snf-

one cote_ ia width and 0 eorretpondm' Borton -.' a ridnd with every delicacy ol tbe acuon-at moderate ace tmr roomy .". and upon the other two heel are expanded in the O|'tion. The rwiulti frage was conferred on negroes in the State of ERUPTIOM of V&ll .-The f.j *4

ill the ength of each page and wiT. be 441 Taka.The rOoM.- fcavtug bert.rtdab..s and rOinrarM.waraeaaUedtaodFr Urge bom," each about twelve lint i highly' C4dUIIItliO to the suundac and. I New York t what was the complexion of the i, OiKtilt publishes the following a I'!
tion the hoof aid the freedom an lirinnm
: improved. A. A. KNIGHT.Anornej utn t.d1J1IM tar the omnfort ..drtu. *{aare. Thfto "l jio arc encloeod with *olidwraxlcd toughness of j I Legislature! and who was Uovernor p" I letter dated i'aploa Dncember 10:

? tWwi typographically to receive .ol our,- wall six or right font high, and ic|>anttod of step in th- animal Uuiler the first and second Constitutions, or I ". we got near the Lass of IL0 cone wt

_ ll.vingal a made arrang nenta ,. CEO. E. CHARE 4 CO. from each other by a similar partition.Tbe Mr. IJonncr's.*are driven nolcly l>y him. from 17S8 to 1 1:3. thora was no distinction of I could toe that the lara wja suing down more to

I.. ntuable editorial ce 'exteui. recuJar AtLttw,, Solicitor In Ctanoeiy 404 troprlrtara.UJSCkLLAKEOCa. floor of the stalls are made of O>*>rgia selL IXcanionaliy a trusted mundiivui von 'r I I color/ in the qualifications for Totem; there was the left than we were, that in, into the Airs del lL

. _----atrlfihoI OG. ANDComm'issioner pine up to the point occupied by the fore ft,>t of a .PUOJAW Mr.'lJoiiiii-r's eye, but he nftvcrloss al-/ a property qualiiiottiort affecting{ equally both t'avallo. At too base we dumotutteti, and

.;' .i& ar"C'8.tPjArta/ to beac1qllartetiA writers the hone ; the niauuning portion i i. well pound. his grooms to uVo hi* horx out for cxtn- i whiUd and black; all a fugio had to po***' I II Walked abed a quarter of the cone, "We now

; dqiws ol a mililary orgaiiizalian of iii.. tor of Deeds ed dirt, whtc'u is thought odor and more wholesome rise into the public stpic: or roa'ls, onlosa ho UprtMenl more than a white manwaa' papers or other faced the aide down which the lava came in five

. : found and Genrjte of If"1*) TOR TflEYE1tZtTATE&wutss JOHN CLARK, fear the hone to rot upon with his front himmjl. The only exercii they have satisfactory evidunce that he was a fioe .streams varying In width. from 001 to two
.amsted. lbe report slao slate JlrtMVf OoiMM eJI..r.a AKWARDI AND COMMISSION If E9AUAtTWI0InALE feet The flixr of the boxes are alsoof Juorgia butiilr that which Hr. llonntr them in and not a slave- slave*, of course, diM not vote. I yards. .Out of the crater came about every five

:I. idm smuog tlte black that they ar AITD "pine over whu-h is placed a layer of narrow his regular daily drives, is the monutouuu Tho men of the Isolation'never dOG btrd the seconds immense volluye of red-hot stones
land M exploded. Will practtn In en|U> 1'1 uow quite set fiishtly apart to drainage which ascended sometimes
plank in
I"IIIotda sad ia tile 8 ]>mMOaattort)*Vetted IIIaIoa DE1LES fit free Dt'gfU'uiglttto the ballot. But in 1821 *I shape of a fir
,, I UeuunJ liiitler arrived in Ilirhmoi I and eoOwt&II ctalou xaiaM the United ilia'I. ortocfeUlfea. itovieior HAT, OIUIN andgitean vliutic surface. Both stalls and on the stable i&Uv, under tbe boy before men Convention was caHed to revise the Constitution tree, the larger one, of course felling flat.

:n 12th inst. A large eoacoorse'of blark Uinox 'W1 crrrN. Liyl'OttS, 8BOAIUSTic, Be.AOIXT boxes are, when in use kept jlsnti fully strewn tioned. and the came th. clamor of rich versos Un th_' occasions the American r rlaim, J,

'f.! at tbe depot andia protowjon of depu_ with ",24.- rom m B5rnraisBQT 5TZAF2. with fresh straw. The drainage is taken The food of thMa famous steed* is the same as poor, and a grand movement in favor of abotwhing Thi is worth's) .- cket' It e

: : colored euriiitiua and large number f"6 A.M.Baedl Wbait'aekaoavOlc," through a grata fixed in the centre of the stall that of the most oidmary ) OU are" tbo all manner of property qualifications : would have been now quite dark hot for a clear;
in coaches escorted h n of the fINAcIAL. which the fluids oO under Of diet with ottawtial "mathes and I
Brut staple
lii-tMiUicans Jal If or box, through ran was inaoiraratod and' successfully carried beautiful moon; the sky wt very Hue, and the
e'I la the evening h* "adJnxunVith.the the stable to the utm-t sower. now and thin a title/ corn.or carruU,.in properataaon. through so far as white men were concerned; .ntok came out red awl white 'aiceudiog first

:. i8"! 1 aDd WM. LED,\VITH &. Co.; L. WABROCK.Aucnosuot MOW TSI noBaES *B* JTft The vcliM-k-s oxti by road Air, form liunnor and am t but -colored I man was required to poaso* a straight and then extending like a. great cloud
Ia the Convention a preamble and I simple and of thu ortlu.arjr ;
; fnchoU estate of r.'JO to be three in- over our beads This was evidently .team not
an ,
kJ ia three enclrnnrra the yean
.It AND GENERAL XQtS'noc TIw-e are no nil and .,111..10 without attempt
of C0"91
declaring the proceedings the f their from box though lightly any I haliUut of the State, and for the last year of smoke; and ft mounted in the same.way from
. UEBCILAXT. horse eating grain a simple or
,. in thoir character, and awids,ex- Exchange'and Money. Broken whatever bt ornamental display/
uIuqh ruth of lava. The
and their tlili.'n district i ia wliich ho totud. This stream roar always tame
TXT,JACKfOXritlE, fLA. trough set in one corner picking up double
die laid th>tab BAT with and othets without U 1, some
body me were oo < 1 are
6't in front oIh.lII. whore i it Constitution wai ,adopted by a vote of 74,732 directly after the stones bad been thrown op.
} ... from the ground
.r WHAt BAT co.etat. OLlcrrtD. hay but all uiually .lain sOd
It solotion to cat down the pay ol omcs STRUT S and others single; ( "We in of
uiiut sort
Constitution were
, thrown. Ihmner thinks that a- 41,402. was a valley perhaps filly
Mr. nature again
A'm pwcliawftjr partiMU the eoBntry all articles they is in with the
to four dullars after CM first of CebrtaUed. neat 'rhe hamburg are keeping
4) ID* TTTTLI. HTJT AJTO SILL EX CH AXOK OH JtJTW S wUi at tb*tewwt awket prioa.OetoVr placed the horses food at his f**, and he mean ( vehicle, light but strong, "neat but not gaudy," 1 revised in IS 16. but tho rather feoUo eBurt yards wide. On our left were some high rocky
la-ly made to place colored voUrt on the same basil hills peppered with anew; immediately on oar
IS VV TorkOoUaMumhmatKudi.U4C lo follow nalar as far as b* can. .¬borsimple with to attract the)i
1 resolution disfrsnrfcwing the sal priDci. contrivance it a long woooVn roller in. a. the saying ha it, nothing with wnib. met with very littte favor-the right was a sort of wall of lava--black lost oa
ConstitP lr. Uounernrps
tr nchtwd by the Alabama JOHN CARDY of the by. In flue
gate | modification the the but red underneath
mino surface then
3 parted horizontally into the partitions betwren j only being on point ofrendent. ; beyond
t- S e ti xing all land two dollars his herman for Die and rn-rsonal wijoy. '
per That ConsultatIon under which this in some places from the streams th
. (
FREEDMAN'SSA'VINGSBANK 'lAN VACTURER OF I the stall here are fond of robbing thornarlve intl'h'Ct.1 we away *)
'l'3 ; rveed.I against tion. and frequently thus mont, and not in any way, dirw-tly or now are) was adopted by 221,523 against I surface had fallen away, and a gnat Space like '
ECUjJfES SAW MILLR PTOAU ROt | ; lie has rnanlved
ITKAU I for show or peruniaty gain ,
;' G.olllu4.-Io Convention y 92.136. an immense forge, with stone rolling over it
;; rebotheiairaDdinjur0 their eoats. Whun ,
1. was mtrodBced limiting the opcn.tiotUALL. ., : LXBS IttOX ASU BRASS 7L4.Teb. CABTIXUS.JACKKOSTlLLt Mr. Bonner't) honre rub themselves, these lolIrrs Id have the fasl..t deUninination trotter in the world Dexter, and being I It cannot bo fairly charged that any party, was vuiUo. The heat of the lava was to gnat 5--'
lief ordinance by the Convt so far he has kept ia for though we did not stand actually at the hue of
i. adopted turn as they rub wd so there is BO fric TiTk an part now are, entirely rMpocattile ,
$ tf rival A. f em prior Jo Jhf '' Tel:. Tu, .cnE1f..nO VskKDUAjra SAVcros AND .21. tion. co&lotawlly without a this invidious iM-ri..i.llu". Attempts have the cone that wo could not remain long within

10"'I ...aullO or'tan Laws nun OOMfAKT.'CHARTERED : IW-htnd the main stable is another building Ratlraad. heron made to remedy the injustice through the a y.rd..1 it;the ground we were on was coa-
nt- DAVID 0..LOTE, r U PaelOe 1 the Constitution pu.udof fine a&htM. and was quite eoULr In .
wwaocT aioiiD ToTkACB, coLoa o& -- .containinit three oxea, limilar to the two in only legal path-amending on
:A BY CONGREse.- I the front bnilding. A few days attn we were able to annncnre but thins far without siioct-a The vuto in 1846 place we sat doe n,sheltered from the wind and

0.1 { 'nOV' VQ1Ii1WL. i'RINCIPALOFYICE.WASRINOTON.' D.C GROCSB AWn, COMMISSION MEP.CIUNT I Then is no attempt' display or ornamentin .the opening of this road Chevonn City 617 was 85,406 fur. and 224,338 against ; in I860 I doubt if a finer scene has ever been seen.

t' :! ldcUi'lf' the 'dangerooi extreme to whkhy ; JACKSONVILLE BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE,Ff.A. any pait of this establishment; everything is mile west from Urosha,at the haw of the Illacklills there were 197,503 in favor,and 337,98 opposed. I The bright moon, blue ky, and cloud of whit

&twil1en- THE: BANJIN feavsa. i*Meem Ilarrla.Oaliw** Co. X. T. W. solid, and for nse and comfort. and as the fact was not gunerally known Colored with red as each hunt cam were bea. '

:! ,j of both partiei art tending' -, located on Bay Street where Hemy Warm ft C*, AnfOjiU. 'Oa-,Besides* (Mines plain Finally, around the main building U a snft it had a wide circulation. We are now enabled I Ito .I The question ia naturally up ajt&l.fnll eI I tilul above;the cold pointed cliffs on One aisLe

t McneitoerIT iets wmk gortvrf dr*. pelf "( vaoaab.Oa. I dirt which the horns are rojpiUrlyoxercisrd / state that this arfompluhment l ili-1 not luocn present (Convention and may in due time coma the roaring mountain with aa echo till il
: path
11 .\ .' 00FJI WT, JtOE A BtAOts Int.1..; bat,wwd d.POshm es.1 sit tIoIt\r.f Pin rscmtu4.flo.r ItaHmud. np.cerd. -AngsxtlselMT. erWy upon day at a walk, br a boy whose the energy of the direction but that the road hu I before the people; bat &t experience gives I:land again, were more beautiful below."

,"Jlaall 10 A.L1P. If. FRA1mLIN'DmBLE.OOXKtMt express and only/ duty it is to ride them carefully juet been opened twenty-three mile further little! hope for the friends imj artial snflrago.In .

<1 w s ocy&IXZJt. .. _, :11. 0. iJJa lb.'t' XKKCHABT.dvMie in this ever-recnrriny round. .Spits of and wholly through the mountains. It ia now the vote DOled above, the Democratic party LOTTKIT Swnrotza.-The Baltimwe .A.er4 a
.r _.II.'ST.ea.' .; Csidei.- fur 540 niitm. The coostrustion of this ,
I Uclailll" : this ntonolonovs occupation the bo.1Ioat. opened conspicuously opposed the repeal of tho property tan of Friday has the following
fti "' JAL'ktVfrYLL1.. 11.4. Besides this at stretch is the .,ore gratifying in that It qualification a fow, doubtless, voted the right 5
ncwUl cheerful. there
or TIn and youth are the five six
a ooUrxLxT thy past or mental
1l 't f S REAL E't Tt ._;nerbssr&or la ..h or .>11 stables : shows conclusively that the difficulties of the but where one Democrat toted "Yes many
in the of whom way, ,
one '
lIt three employed citiaens of Baltimore have'buen
C. B. Ihbble. New York. men respectable 3
:( dlurtU penp'leandas'theonly sure : .s.-\e to than have boon proutely -
1" less
_____,__ ___ u -..-' is specially devoted to the famous "Dexter." mountain rout are far we I probably ten Republicans voted No. O ir supplied with printed circular emulating
; thIit aU peradvtatin.a od to apprehend, and justifies a hope that.the xmators and Assemblymen have bad no direct
III SMITH txi BOUa.Laatnm. from in New York with
FRANK tickets
Agt. persons lottery
I FLORIDA LAND AGETTOY. of this section will be as regular as it*
;; aJetv"theregener working voice in the matter} the most triny could do
AI. that
well to ecarelie Flatbosh enclosed
Ware stating
< at t Peerless. ,Lady Palmer they are gratuitously presented
construction has bom rapid. Since May, 1866 ,
! .i tiwand ekvaSon of newly enfranchitedctti Pocahontas Tbe Auburn bone, Dexter was to favor the submitttag of the question to to tho persons addressed ak a Jeans of
the oar
4) 1 Sammfo Block been and
Ho. 660 miles have prepared comileted. -
: nearly the Whenever that has been
peoplo. proposed,
CO. and safe and valuable inrettmunU
wondrous unrivalled
L F. iDEWEY what a tale of speed In,suny cases
ctti iai U will load M cardinal principle inMrw And instead of reposing on their laurels ha Itepublicans (and before them the Whigs)
1 '.. does each of these names unfold to the mind of he recipients of the seemingly generous gift
trtuti the etubltthment oi JACKSONVILLE: FLA.tore .. U they well might to another season, the com have pretty generally favored such submission,
.sr *
: pon vptm at Law the sporting man,culminating in the .II7J mild and have destroyed them convinced that Ih operaftonwudeeigaedtoswin41et3neamimany*
Attorneys improving k winter pushing while have'almost
; \ and arrivini Bacon Bide.and Shoal llter. lany are the Democrat unanimously
ttUMOU8n'ttIAOL RASia 11 Ins Pork aad-na. Lard. Batter and of on< so vigorously that a consular-able additit.n the other -7n".
ia the ordr above gone way. Instances these tickets have been
Let tan them written
I ,IIa1f .ses kI. M.&to as befuta The preserved by
thoU Vb.stoJ&acksfl be expected spring. company
_ politics
Beyond the exdoriv* province .GZTZ FOX TBM PVXCSASX JfDMJLM OF and 1I(,RIO and Jan CoOrs, )tokes oil and give a few words of description to each. b.may found that the demand for its bond. inereases the weak-minded and credulous hoping, with
- IOW wfll aivocaw every warare, whether ol rtKA.1EST LTKLy IIOItDe4 kpN. ow 1Mirbt and I UM Wtaakey. Lantenl.1heD i* a bay, with a long tail, rule with the construction Tome he spirit of Mkawber that something proflta-

Iti a pwnltt a loral ri ;aclbr,whirh will tend totE which an offered' by the paekaf, .GIll,. standing aboat sixteen hands high ;not remaikabl .u the roAd at an approaches oqoal more nearly to com. u a good sign when a man b proud of his bit would turn up. After several months have -
-to Xov.SdtfFAIRBANKS for beauty of torn, but rather so for ailing.. Yet nothing b more common than to lapsed since the receipt of these tickets another
both dividends is hane
e vitc ud educate the ople of ranntto iluticn confidence in early en
: l ;: Officfl corner of Wan and Bay Street, SCALES. muscular development His head though somewhat tendered.In hear men finding fault constantly with their printed circular is received, anaonncing to the
: ads atahby immigrataon frnm the NurO) and his eel and subscriptions are more frenly and themselves holder that have drawn
JFla': lonr. U well shaped eye clear and addition to this we find another fluttering particular business dooming nn- they prizes, variously
. .rr1o.1.. tO devekip the almo*< Jqcktonvttle, mild. Ilis hind feet are white for some distance fortunate because fastened to it by the necessity estimated at from eighty to right hundred doiirs )-
4LfKJ7DS current condition of this road that is
fact in tbe
\tI< Iwi U tiw II.ate.t ". A Tlif foniteUd-.|>par: *tlm.rftker, above the fetlock, and be has a white streak on well of regard bill stockhdldets andy gaining livelihood.. In.thi*spirit man fret ,and stating that m .all. ***the tat* of

: .1.._*.toy wOe, Bon sun U prepa P NEW-TORK TRICES.' his face. Lantern is thedonble-team c hampion, worthy public. Notwithstanding the and laboriously destroy all their comfort in (he five per cent must be paid in advance. .'Abe,, .,
. As A "a'-. ''. wit riend te lbs._ the general, work; or thev change their business and go on that the fortunate drawer ha bat to inform the
work the financial conditionof
far U*dunes U 1.i&ftl"4 es a_,-.01 in'i .je-nniOexis.!_IIKI thine awkhif ahM.wli IJa0r.t..Dd criMps. II Urauchrf r.'rtnM C. L. ROBINSON Allen and his naU; and having been leavy the road ouU"yfor attributalile, unquestionably to those miserably shifting from one thing and to another firm by what"express company he wit&et ki* I :

a mile in 2riOreorless till the or tbe-puor.ho. thema proseolforwardeitThereseeom.obwdoub$ ;
since then privately, grave
D.C.,i H* si ,
( atiuei raiarding tin- 'e WMb. ** s subsnriptionsjuiit '
\"CII .-"u HMi.e'.
ding Uood. ha liauui, tile trtrlO1I, 11e1lU'. mare about sixteen hand high with a long such that they are matdrials now taking before np ownpaper and m life because he b not in tho place fUnd for I by.those .swindlers and it is st duty.W eutioa -'
issued for maturity,
1 l wd by aeUhtv paper. Th norid.rnio i. 'Wo white taiL food head clean logs and remarkably of .'. The market his peculiar Ulants it happens; ton times oftener I the unsuspecting against such; aefarioBt pansactions. -

the gentle demeanor, if one may so express himself bus saving the item that fail ore results from neglect and even oon- I 'A few days since a geatlekin Of this
: far exreeoded
OF'J'D .. CJNEPA, of a Indoed she U so gentle that she for the bonds in Philadelphia has tempt of an honnst bosine**. ,A man should put I city received notificatioB tha| his tick*, had -
ernoUi rAnk tm nrc c. a.eovcumort of the and Da Haven
Dwntli CflOIC 'FAMILT OROCEIUES is nred as a country driving sag bv the ladies of the expectations directory milion of b. heart into every thing that be does There drawn a. pri' valued at |liO, and claiming th*
far Ihi. .i each it always contain Ildpl_ AItoG ndoDAluad k Co. report a sale of a quarter of a' i.not that its in advance. Fo *-the'
has 114I
date M the NENGLAiJEngrantA tc. If Conner's family. Yet abs has made the a profession not peculiar cares m> percentage mere

_.aad SMet nliabW information,official '.- .r Pnrttt,VrnMvH B. r.J! **.*&pn o. .Tokseso...U! ,..-*<*... fastest r. tiro on record to a 'tJlJ trotting her lollars in facts the single contain month great of of. encouragement and vexations. 1'No man will escape annoyance sake of curiosity .h* :'wrote te.-,*' t'eni'ntia.S

li1e Ia 2.13" ', These a b7 changing business. No mechanical business friend in New York upon th* mtyctf, who*
: ainoficbl events of. m.. thettocklioldei and principally
eonecrninf public to are
t .*- HOME: INSDEAMCE COMPANY OF Flatbush mare ta a tloabte-tea llter.' She) It a I to them.But all are interested,as Ii altogether agreeable. j Commerce, in its end- prompt_answer, as antidMted..'wa M fellows;
brown bar, about the size and make of Lantern; : interesting less varieties, is aflectod like all .other..human '1 al1c4 it the oIIiOi imthcatediIti received a

Ii will shs cnatate:valoU attiarsTosi flansnmsaary 4cK5$61vuIJ.: :.: ICevsr.Maven, Con. and with Lady Palmer in double harness has all lotion are,of or this are to great be afiectod trunk line by the across early the com continent pursuits, with trials nnwelcome' duties,:and sealed envelope containing aa erdes;for oaf anadm -'

I .._-.rN Ja tII..Nfa1.I '. '. AJTO' FIBB ZVflANCZ.0mas made the fastest tin**rer trotted[la a two-mile which bY its main route unites Omaha spirit-Urine necessities. It is the very wantonness and fifty share fat some"JCmtacky'eoal
tmteots. orrw f: .unDI of for to seach. out the helm and oil worth aboa.1 :
beat to road wagojMMuely i0 >( folly a man company, H wcaSA
1y Wides the aM o.-a stirepetaim. a Baa Francisco and
of to by a *Ut* news, th..oflherofFOtuitk and the east pro.roadluimiq
.T- and burdens of his and .Us mind of blank .
: .' MeS5t '; a. lLOYD, Lady Palmer"a dllllbJllUotTlli. abort sixteen i Oregon. This enables calling give equal amount paper. Itfaemsstrangmthat

.aewiof.fhwolL -_A.. a.1Oa Js.Wp. Jwe ,'. .ApIa" and a half bands hlffh with two whit*& meted drain the whole,interior of the' everyday to a consideration of them. They neb .windier are permitted carry _

.-5. -c., .1': and a whit nose\-,-fih is;;somewhat h fily it to comjrtry.. and insures to it a transMis.I I betooK to human life They are'lasvitablevirooding unmolested such a biinees fa au principal C

'rftdI. -, J.;0. GRACE:*,cp;, built behind bW bis sAfin* head, and ckan sissippi Asiatic Sooth American and Pacific then, only gives them strength. On I,the UIIiou __ ,
of the S
i wVlwCMrTltttl 7. ; ,
: F : ; Pr,limons the other band ( man bs. given to him -
BoaiOes ..
> -- >oridft Agenoyiionrlti : ; sweep from the shoulder; bosiness centering at San Francisco and all of Tower 1

On. Ta ....fc8i .._ .:..".;..J, t&t o.'l ceftr,. u.tJes }SI.U.IIDS7'. 1\1IOLIW.U ,.A1;'. XOUSJita IX: time with Flatlmsli'llAresh.has trotted two that which,comes from Alaska, Oregon and to shed beauty and pleasure upon the homeliest iThe following named mQea eiL i Ici&iei
Jtewih..M; ., : : j. T./t' '- ) : rnOes to Slo-poond wuoa and driver in 4:69-: ., Afefther at this toil if h*b wise. Let a man .a4 phii bosi- oltheS Alabama andFlotitJr.Railroad been
.. ; ,aa.T
.... ..1,60'l"ane : their contiguous year,
it .
>, CHijiiT,j,spi i.,, ka1Fib:: .the greatest feat ofttw kind ever porfonned.PocabonUs Pacmo well advanced flees and identify it with his life and cOver it electod directors of said CoBrpu-
(. .. .U" rat ,will see tile Urion IU
r ......... 1,00. ; '-.- "fIi'Paot'mETOt1S ,. .' ; b assoredl/*bandsomnst trotter / with pleasant associations t for. God hat given .'": -' .

: DJD9 JAT..IJ 0'" N 1I'1, 1I .l c 'J!! rl!fi and on*of the most symmetrical, graceful towards it* completion. as imagination not alone to make son poets Lie t. Oov. W.W..l 1 ..Xe1ly. If 4-.J CtOamphrert.IL

: csfttsi'U Mssddreai..........;$'''. SIeiS1i. 'a KS aireran" IIII".w._ .ad perftetlTjontted horses'. ia this country, 'the"' exception; of'cla1 but to enable all men tobsaotify homely things.' 0. CaldweU,sUntejg..g.
WJth .
W Ueart-varnish wiU
.L' .,=.tho M"'u. Standing about flftem hands a dark rich bar, TH ATHt s> .cover up tanomeriule evtU 11d&W. F. '
leopiestooaeaddres.XOWAKD........ ( es*suMy a& thiS $ "fd7'561.45' te 11M! the of weather has been deJetts. Look Anutrong; was .gecrvt -
.- ..,.' .. 10110.f == --5. .- ." =: = .- : with s,small 0M bead. prood arched eottrO, or two, present spell at the Rood things. Accept yt So says W* Uswvw ': ; -to 5Itissal&thstMr.Bonnerwhe1ikMfbhIL1t" S
1. .a. esgs 'T her tafl ,.togotJerilpringliks% .. y&J\3-t lot as a man does a ol ragged ground ; ,
.-. .a. _.. 1IDf, .1'anIM-56 the 4t1'"Ibeltosuees'-* brilliant eye,her arswjds apart sweeping your piece .
.a..l& 4ikrr ii4. : ".rz -a at emaa pes56 taU r.pmS..tit. Ie1a the ground for at least a foot and luxorian! Th Mores Mullicaulis has folly bodied,'and and begin to get oat the rocks and root, to

.ISPIsStW44b. s by alDpit a.1it.ihe psi$4 it 156. a fox's brash,sb*U a splendid picture of looks green with tbe opening leaves and we are deepen and mellow the soil, to enrich and plan,;

-K. CBBKYsK ; .es Sr J IvtIs ts.uIsI-W... sy tide. ..n. i.....' JUmlCOL""e. e..ell as equine development. Her appearance in public informed by a gentleman recently passing It. There i. something in the most forbiddinj, everybody who is anybody writ for th* I ffrt 5

>d_ P'Imsb., 1Meppl, c..pu Is a..t..r 'i b0$ ;:. {Is always the signal for sothosiastie admiration through the country that the cotton has taken avocation around which a man may twine plea asked General Grant to become also a eoatrib.L ..-

M69. MHst. (<. connoisaeon; and Commodore Vsnder- a second growth and i is in some localities in antfaacica-outof which he may develop at tor and that the General told him "Yo BM/
XBVAtD JL CtOOXfT I .&&* .W BOW.mvtu1 01'1II& bUt one said to Mr.Bonner that it "was worti I bloom,-Jtfmm Gtuttt. honest .-T; 4" ene.m l" print my ..ptMIIIIa.1
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; tt Iniit flnicn the diatlurgo of lus fiuties will beaarein A W.vd la $, ;. V
soon .
: ; .VlIO sod admiratloa of his "ne&trions doc.4L.IM1.1- NATIONAL SAVIXOS: BANK.-Thi* is the title THIDVTS ?' flciyccr.-The fohlowin. redncity. _-* in this V

( tho V incroasod, value of otrtion1expcnsoto The Convention assembles on Monday, thej9r1yg ,tin&' u13h by Sotoffion; Lodgnof this Where our whol business rests .t
;::: V nfactw* of'ey( cf>mModity, it j is ejM
20lh i ;
jirttumo- (hat esost of-the deJ. Srttdronce'le'ns'T'fist V /j
It milciTio
Hevoted" .
kOflU course our monthly"and the r t** etif of the iri&t'to raiso it* reputation h HJfj
V ? the state gates ire already at Talt hsjaoo, and that an changeable neighbor what doctrine Bank. : Wa Jriv rSeei'sd standard. >
willprovo may pursue ; VreadmanYSaving : SOLOMONS LODOK, No. 20, F} & A. M **.
RDA. eee.. a most profitatlo invustuient. orgaaizatioii will bo proini>tly made and tho be may ado; t, cit what men ,be,may support (ram tie Cashier oi the B&V V bore, iifofyWthi J ACKxooviu.iv iTonda' 46LtGVTL4d.0nVtirtbor. and ,.F

.- tTV' --.- -- business ot Conrcntion quietly, jet vigorously -' that is hi* business,'But.oars} and We first n'ttinbor pHaUd |t S IVasUagtoii, but I Dec. 9,1867,A.L. 5867. are sboitt (be rst.. being paid to ti i?

: ._ ;o :be-rlMr*. Major Gen, Meade has his"! and judiciously, performed. A question have > on Iuotier4I1O to ,Mutevidoo t '
: j? never liked to criticiso him too severely, d ted Jacksonville, Hi, jnj 1,1344.4 >/ Whereas:-It ho pleased t h Grmn1Maid t0 Meiicii-wt I6 to ft, bIar'b Ik V
: : 'i Bach el our nbscttber* ** And a Cross Uu k'after accession to tlie command of the District t fully as important as any which will come be because we have piticM his weakntw and triod to 'large editioAis prjntid"andnt to.thettsrroeisbtancVlla ,of the Universe to remove from: this V tianaitory htiianct.liOandll; toNawyrekta

..: .;1&n.mVoriu please ako notice that by an act of firmness and justice,which 'tire this,body for it* duliliuratita jadgmrnl, believe lie was honest; bat when he turns the ni tfeiugtiot f' U '-*-' ,pore to the Celestial Lodge above,,oar 9rthyffio. ton,., On paval storw*. &5c, on.ftli', f.on

their tahttziption kas expired and unlrss V the V ..moots it on the vury ttuwholJ ot its *r.U V tcr spirits turpentine to New York. *
loyal men wfll most hoortly endorse. org terrible forte of his native a>rn sm upon ournolf buteePpong thyreetrateaJTh, authber Tho J>Eastman, a mom of this Lodge be could
W woold pleased reoewod their in it we
accoidance tit ct
: papers When a shorfctinie yiflijlfotifn of tti tan mtvtIrn. mi reprcecnts our position, hot rows the on- before Ii* is well gotten op, aa4 Jintains much inejiasVin thuMwrnbcr ot our mili
isati OK invariable rule, will be stopped.ft go, tho conserva"tive'papcrs It hiskciililtlcdffijrcnce o ,
e what bo the flail
.. -_ C"inphiaent V euithets_ of our conscrvatireabuscrs valuable"iBfcirmation and more vaHatTST Tw ..L.WbLZs&&J.DahFaa4a.?was sot only siirtby d&tk liaQroad, which.we./tow icicl : Viectsbstitpeni
grew jubilant upon this Gon result of tho proceedings of the Convention, or It;oat Barkct' the
: tohurlaiji. annbtakes tatLhead,an4 (,rtrrserass of Teadett to wEbmK( iTallreasod.Tb brott r gov1 o'tixan; inflbcnewns B
cfola appointment and lauded''Lini hat the proviuoca whith, in junlicoon the uncniilo k4 s firist ofpin timber that we know '
Presidents action la Euspenoins Secre- as a us"for the wcathrrcMiMiitcad qf. bimf il'fwdraan's, Saviog Bank ha proved a lgnt in sit chtiab1e therefore, .- **iVttolast half ceaturyourfl'1
rr --.j-i etx t to- *- "gentleman and a soldier confess and ntagnanimity oi| the othur, they ntaj ule4o4 V
we 1ttbwVb5tiOY for the naturally careless Eat. be.v.ieksuL.witb
SUnton .l(esolved, I A. ThatjtnJhjJe th pjUE fcngtng ejrs u'pon ti
V h'* :' itary that efficient public tMEcer that aome doubts and fears disturbed grail upon tho orgituo law of the new tao, it > gv-ntlo f rotctl. u4hsjt4.stsedi *l'frIJ worthy brc4h and ity, the on:r desideratum being a *jA s,,,,

and sterling patriot has been reinsta"Ud alter all their laWs it be found tl'stjhof V V V mid 1 is now about to bo furnished!S
V V V V our eereuitj- d ,brought, before fnvcntibn of action and mioittering to the mental a* w.UM I ,,
'*" '* us a CALL FOIL A UEPV eo rrj. abounding m good mill *
"" was scats.
und that AT.V
an i&1cgitiniriiobody di4.gattiwcin&llowtd an<
aFBooretary offor.. :. tnafninrisl aaadse/ its Awards it i "
V : J < vt. V vision or a second Hancock-but the suaud joke 'itho V s isO"COM V eniflrircg 5nd..That we tender oar heartfelt sympathy rtrtatha1eCEsesmba r UU, V
ovcot pponf;a\S]>h r. of;4.cfulno s to which to the family"arid friends of the dccewifd b otbjf. be is dired eoamuai ation snib ov
Wc abut summary removal of Jenl ins and Jones t liy the most lilioral cimntrtictlnn of law and A State Contention ''cjHp9P! | iiomi- -
V V V V i attention to the call usuodby ,, >'* there is no assignabht limit ndjojjhich.the 8rd."l'ha-t CTeTIlCocI ropy oi1 these resolutionshtstho trust that these great inducements V

.. .the Republican State Executive Committee the Governor and Treasurer of Georgia equity, cannot bo dcnnicd m poenown a jmlioiul eating a Mom bar of Congidi tstrlXilxgAtcs Uhe > approbation? and supportof government andpeople { deceased, Platte draw capital. An opportunity is novc <
V has right to their It bucomo tho Conrontion Presidential Nominating Cos be1 V V ( | forsafc SJK permanent investment
effectually [ pUircs. f ntHm to V
dispollod these fears should be -*
and freely
published another column for given.- odge"No. 66, f. i A. M, ivud to Melody chapof P.oriht
to |.an no liity judgment cm Ill's rnn'Icr mil in Chicajo on the 20th day of'May 1868 :: Cimsw
State convinced us that in our new commendtrwe | In marking (he unexpected and gratifying &i N 2)Z-L2M.g city BtateoJ
V a Nominating Convention to beat have neither to allow iLur njiiiiion) u e bi4.ti.tI I ui.l such State oflkcrs M may be rovided for ncress'of Bunk since it V incorporation the \ViATRrB-OllBnn s, Ik-coinin? ex:3:
V a "soldier and a gentleman" ia Missouri,{both pf which he was fbrnwrly inesra V tod at elonsf ocfH silo if
5 : : : bi Tallahassea on the llth intf by personal } th s ioroli
ttytnpthy nor about
.. the by puit tan sttatb.inents. '>y the Constitution t-j bo pixpon by th" rapid spread of it* branches, and its satisfactory 6th the oft fiQlb
V true lo\al W anil from; whx-h he demitfed oa the scnsa-one who has the t
f : V V We trust ayery county \rill be represented welfare of As far as it is po*>ibli>, every ddcnit late Conxtilutiunal Cunvantion, wilt lu bid on financial condition,V too moch praise cannot be ilky til April, IS01.)'under the seal nf the Lodge, bowljasthrocurh the streets, and strl'r

V : : V by intelligent and reliable men. his Dis-trict at heart; anti w Lo in this Con i fciiljt.ii morally bound to ditcxt !lie llth day of February 1803, at the capitol given to the energy and Culhfulneu *>f its offiOjrs'anddiiec and that 'bti-furtiiahcd the city fur terror iitG weather grtrmblers! as U> nuki tt J -

V s will faithfully and earnestly carry out himself of nil patty affiliations, and as a judt. n TaIlaba'aeo. s.and mlhernew enterprize we sfopy V papers V iaM1f** cold.'The'bermometer. _

V the work of on the hooch, or a jury in the Lox, to exnrcit k*.n amber of di-Vgftfes from %" la publication. stand* as it used to *u.
It reconstruction county
: VV is rather amusing to note how sudently and un- indt trust they will meet with equal soccess. > ? f :j-. i'i-1 hut the mercurial department 1.much d eej
an peitlt-nt judgment, aud la contruXeJnlr '.e-'NiVuiiialinj;Con volition tXHliiia tho fuf- V in it fuaattla
I : the conservative papers have changed llinchingly perform his .duty however V Vt V ZJtCFmrjr V spit Homer.
V by such ui itlrcs and ol'ja.1* as emlmm VwI.g ratio: To eat'h &JOrluu Jacksonville and q.Srnm V
county contain'ng Vicinity.
: : unpleasant that Vrnatoa.-We bare received SAD AFTAI .-Foe MM DBOW _
VV .: their tune since the removal of the duty mny be. within their the welfare of all ildtses UX I (V
The Savannah Jftnt JIerad! scope ard rcgittcred votelS. One delegate ; and to jndebl the Jsrfonry Bqmbcr of thu valaable'agrioolturaf 12 M., Mr. P. Percival, V.'nu }ieIj y
; assort We are V' refractory JenVuu by Gen. M ado.i *V the coIl.ativ. intoreiU AcKftowijtDaFVEjrT
of all!
unctions. Wo hat tuo u h county containing m'>re than 603 registerd Green and II. .Daaahiewr left I'elijg
that fiese officers 'ha\e bean | Jlj ll tli'l < "" j
: When the change in tho Commander from: re uuyoU |>c onal ina"ce gratify, and no | T Wharf in a sraaQ stnnpjo rant thi'tnt 'e3.. V
V. their vfianter. JUflseIV lblal .
oflicus for
V respestlve refusing the enily receipt nf Savannah papers. valuable U> every Sot* Island and
the District made the me to ft'l-vanre. It i& friM *e have our oat, .rIi.gto lor rah aiUitional 1000 frac- ,
vas conservativepapers or
!to perjure themselves by a comi i eai as to the fitiic J of mt'n, antl hace tho imial thintofV excess o' fiOO SAI.*.OF MULM. --At a public sale of thestotlf
with The boat baUasttd
overflowed ; proiJed wa
with order which heavily
delight, and rung a military is In direct V Jones and W.LJOnCS, pcntnorof Agriculture wvth chat*.
V conflict with the laws of State right to criticise the inotiro anl lutinns (1 that no fnu tion lea than one-half shall of Major Beach,' ori Tuesday, at the Market and sunk innneeEately. V
the of
changes incessently on "Pope the ia the GeorptJtat*
ty University.
V Georgia which they had to those who put thoinicl ires conspituoiul) Uloir ia counted, giving to each county the number House, good sound mules, wHhjbarnesa, sold at The men were heavily clad in con wjuc- -'
rant", and Jeade the gentleman." sworn support the pul.lic. as politicians and leaders, "Thjl"Ha'iTtAKD FjLBJtEm. The January the roll-and tie wi Jkl llowir; a hi ivy -ii.
V and unauthorized even by the military | llut it i duVgatcs! as tolo! s, \ix: from (63 to- 108. One yew since thsissuM __ /eHoWed it that
: Tbi9f rea had the Impudence insinuate inch a question s i this, we nnsdfikhiv! luniilirkery have numbok- tb* now volume of thi*valnable Ag.ctxfa1 so rough before aid n ,
reconstruction acts of Congress." IVambia, 3 ; Jatkin, 2 ; OVulation, I ; Loon, would brought ITS to f 209. thorn they pbriahed. The body cf Win U.rpi

V V .: : that Gen. Meade would prove a Either tho J\W Herald knows prrjuJtce which we may havo, and lool V ; WukuUa, I ; JeOcnun 3 ; Madinon, 2 ; Ham- rgQmnc iltiutnVo thly i* iwiivod, and a has been recovered.
V 'VVnm. Orcr 5JOO letter > -
verylittle were ereived
V "second Hancock. Now with a wail oiorrow iron this welter as a judicial quiV.inn mliuliinrolrus ton, 1 ; Suwannoo, I ; Taylor. I ; LafajcttuMa $ieat vsrioty of matter of real interest tn the Mr. Percival leave* a wife and chitiDannhiesrr Jf
of the situation eLio is Office the
it Js' tanville. Fort
V or at the by
guilty was a single maa-
law and tinner and the household. the dry
reason, and rittt. planter Among gu nit.
V equity An1re hu i, 1 ; Columbia, 3 ; lULnr, I ;- Brad-
over Jenkins they mix howl chant of the others know bat
V a of wilful If WednesdayV mail anti -were all distributed, ; we uttlt
V misroprcsentatic Georgia desire to know mheie is thn Uw, the r.tsou .rd, I Cay, t : Kassan.'l Duvall3 Siohu's content* aro FOOT Land: in Virginia Work
that followed
; ; the
t they bar a.i Stavr-uWi aiid
::: : of indignation at Ileade and dolefully was a state if i the law the the wjth beTs dacen bag* r>t papers, in less than the Farm A fete 'ordsin the Present Condition
V soveregn ; which qu'tand ri ht of t tun-mlfr Irittjytrmtlttd / / 1 ; 1'utaauOAJ'Srnjn, Jtr,llevv, t ft'oluna V oa sock like occupation. Sad aHa:r'J

V V confess that that "gentleman and sol- Gov. Jenkins had sworn to support were tcJint lam /or tAou via fri titam 1 ; OraKgn, 1 ; Monroe, I ; A.llsbonAi two hour* after. i it arrival.i V of Agriculture in the Soul m State*- y A VAT.-ComTnandnr BUYS X AVcstcott, in

V V dier" Is not what their fancy painted valid and constitutional laws, subject (
V : to tlie control of no higher power.thesthe four months a n, wwi a titum of fcv UamjtJtutIFeso Calhotn, 1; loberty 1 ; Unrnandu, 1unitcr our somi-weeklv iichbor th* Jfnrtiry t For and Manure*-Ttvv Culture, of thee Hop-Grass i l-een relieved by Commander (Jet. V\ rorhnis,

VV'V him.In made oath in the V. S. Circuit Court Manatee omelimo have received Culture South Culture-of tho Onion Draining recently assigned to duty here I .. Wcst.titt -
Governor at 1 1 ; Franklin, I ; Polk, 1 ; we only one copy V awiwk is now the Execntiveofficerof _
the Florida Almanac just publish would bo bound by his .;t. An.fuatine, and we hate socn the comjilotcncotj :;Irevard. 1 i Holmes, 1 ; IVade, 1-total, 62. and this week we 'have received none at ie.'together with 'a great variety of articles Yard. /J.STIBBIXO. .

: ed by C. Drew of this city it is stated, oath of office to obey and support thorn under eel of the C.iuit lo wai nut nrntcr Any cou'rfy, by the authority of a meeting .0.. V > VItls on HorticultureSftfck, Poultry, Useful and ton jolted in.-a One combat AttTenwm this an! rtn.q. Hamil
V on page 34, that at tho late election in under all circumstances, but such is not at the election, and may not !hi. at thi tilled fur llo purpose of oectiiifj! diile ittes to SCHOOL.Wo; calf attention to the Domestic'Recoipc Ac. Pnblisheil by $. Sam's house of the notonoui J-l.-rnli, a-.ntiur. at the

: this state for Convention under the reconstruction the case. Georgia is not a state, and next c'eilion! and jet it ia declared that he ha* lie State Nlininating Convention, may delegate vlvertiwment nf the "St. Mary' Retreat,? a Mills & Co. Baltimore, Ml, at $l.O per an sea l ullv cut. Dr. I.ce'liiiiLi > u ticeta are

V the right to inn1o laws for those who art votcii heir to vote at siuh : farme wh do to not morfaL Vfe wore umlcr t!ft .
1 Congress: having declared that she has authority Contention ) a Diocesan ptlvol for young ladies, just estntlish- innu Ejjry } irii keep on mpM
act not than 000 that the airhcritULtt hail
more io legil government has placed her und whusn interests are at iitnke. As veil ma\ erson orj'crjoni not resident of the county. tat i at Fumandina under the supervision of the ; lib the projrrwsS of tk age should subcnl IMti u'cn 'J ui ru,
: under
white votes were .cast, and estimated any other citizen of Kcw llampi-liiro, or New Any cil for aSiate liopubhcan Kominutinir'oneuti RL Rev. Dr. Tonng Bishop of Florida. for this excellcnt,mig cino.TDK .
these than 300 voted the government] a'll control of a Voik, Vi-rmnnt other State DEATH or Mae ROBIX.-IVN _"." V ri i that
; V that of not more or or any come to >n aside from this is unaathorucd by ATLANTIC for
Januarj, present* a brQI'ant the l.'ev. Dr Scott '
has IH.I
COABD TUAIIK. The Board of Trade )IOda '.1 V
commander or >
military until a Ifgnl Florida, and in a fuw vrcuLa bo dolintcd State Executive Committee
/or a convention. On page 31 tho number government to ie or u) the part array of distinguished Contributors and inho ciate at thin fum-r i>f Mm i '. Ht

V of votes cast in each county against shall bo established. In the make a Constitution for the Jvple <-f lloridu rguniznlioa as perfected on the 1 Ith and I2thiijsof regular meeting on Thursday evening Inxt. <\l >iaiir trm'ppoJunln.ns are tully worthy oithogrpit ( 'at.tobinin.ot; 5'h Att.lle.: i A V this
V which the contract made time with
And if one lawfully einrciso this some ago afternoon at 2 o'ctiKk Ik
meantime Congress permits the so-cnlled may rcsxm i- July, 1867, at the capitol m TulUhasSiirunix --
Convention is and the whole fame of the authors. Charles Ili'kai -
a given
relative t. the bar
Uo r\ilige such Captain CampbeV > dredging
( in manner, the entire number COXAKT
state officers rfonn ,
V. .to p tho functions begins A new story, "f e>r SiKerman's BE.VtnQrARTFJt5t, MSI <>F Fl .Il-v.
amount to 132. If 900 white votes were -forty-six-may bo citizens of New Hampshire 'CJtfiftiunt Stttt Exitutnt CtMmttttt.X. was renewed, and the time allowed Ca]>tain
of th i several offices in accordance with V Campbell extended for twenty Captain Kxplanslion Ralph Wuldo l mcr.>n cortti JACK-oxvitLX,> Virretev KS.i.rct.
cast, and only 132 of these (supposing or New Yoik Orrgnn, or Kanus; a:lU DtiNrrr. &emtary Stall ft. i'vMuutttean. days. bute. of his boot 2P *.
V the'pso-called constitution and laws, subject jet it is affirmed that thov have the faflph'lI has placed a tug on tho river, and one testy., "Ahputts of Culture V
: all eligibility TALLLNLaae .\ Ifcitf l
that voters against a Convention wore 11th, 1SCS.W ** dinpoii a row y.rrrstcnt ttuUV !
Ila ard **
to the supervision, and subject to of mrmbris to make laws for the rorple nf .nught down hi* dredging m-vehine ren-ly for ; ) Taylor writes of the ByWavof'EnrripoY'ViHfipi > .o tcli, ml onc t vbat WNDC re 'ni Uf ,. V iitrp.nt
white) were against a Convention the Cullcn > pronstoB*, tonaMlnj ( ccralli ./ ii
Bryant V not
the order of the military commander. So lunda. J f this question be rarrfrd into a U- Etarepr..ittatIa. work. Several new members were aUtf-1 tn the gives a pufakim: ttittiatHflA xuMtly ntrxvt rv Ami m
balance, or 7C8 insteadof 300 must hare tribunal hat Hoard, and after some gene-rat business the randation of Ilomcr'* "Combat of I>i,,nw.! n Vlani'Jmce flier iiitaitefr long the commander gal lawyer or judge i is 'htv] > who U'iZefl4 ot oil ennittfioiu sad ,
as military docs at. very sorry to see that the Florida Rtusti conr hnul> t - V been for a convention-for no votes would hazard II'H! profiM-Moiial if.uati.r.( Board adjinrned, to meet again on Monday Lowell! contribuU* nn i'ltf,anl n-mcmbvrtlumniuv mun*} ai V :c care b*.
not interfere, these officers are bound | on a AxMi, !'ii i's pwr spite inst the I'ma, has o'xLInivAsi.e.OV exquisite poem,"In ihoTwilight:" llawtnorno's lunanof her emp, m tae meacm. ih. mirpiu* vi b*
V which did not affect the question of convention docuion nIEruu'wv of s .<*h an aTILtOflCarry teor.l l deliberate evening V iiuaniii red on4 the mom.-y at rut. 1 19vil t TK-V V
by their oath, and are to bo guide by it out to its logirtl; ilixluctirm and find to wsr.'preimlttiutIawhich.ina lcit.M..iiJ.i iiiiltt jitp b k4 funush-an accof nt of his experiences, nw the (pui tie must call!taming the h ei'.r ,
.. : either for or against, were coun we fOfmi\ ht coll lies, in onkr to make aan : "In the B.Vt.ri; ('itetdm-TI'iura in peCthti.rtiig) Snu% cad % .ktf warning Pine.y
V 'L .. ted. their so-called laws, but whenever the that forty-six gwitlcmon fr>m Now York Tm0h' Jn its ,erson or persons' attemp\odi to se t tin, tn he ; Whittier is ryreeented 'A.y te le-Uitcuu Iti the atue .tt .n t'.4 w a
last issue it
< p.voit us. publishes fu* in IH
charat tcrfct'e 3fv jriH.u arate are anptiz. ii: V
commander in tho excni of his come down to n n legal any quihlluation .he foC wi fabrhood. argo building belonging Blajor, on l' tie pt njio- un.IValerm jorif V 1VflCt.
: The calculations in Almanac should .
t k : : an to ixtiJoncc their ig Adams among other I'miiu-nt author, Jnoii-s Far- .. ia prodweor rev .! iter -
as of and
scents election Fine
tnluch turner street. Several
power, sees proper toorder otherwio The Florida 1'tncn ia its last lotus, en lorseg ulwireiuir aid rar tet sionlue. ii '
be correct and trust the on. Hirriet B ; scrupulously wo then they are so far released from their a Convention as this, and, forsooth, J
-. above specimen of arithmetic is not (.fcd to say to tho ponple of Florida, that W< m his al'ottaey from the lie uVluan to near the southwest corner of the building and cut W. lullawella, eli contribute their quota -*bcl Cia IoM aarhoriT, pnihibi and: the&s an&k act v-f pt of oat.jwi' oO 11 Vte.IICIGB(
V sample of the whole book. oath, because the law is so far abolished will; m tIe, your laws, and if you don't ratify 1 Lu Cous. rtno pai ty. tlo to tho street, and infLunmablo material io this sirmptunun literary bnnqne-t. We may itxport *i* i>fnnn the Ociti-.

,. -- and they are thereby absolved from them, we will sao that Congress punishes you What we did ay in our last jima in regard plated between the clapboards and the inidcplateing .My a. ert that no other mii/ino in.Kn.rHnd By mIcror'. V 0 I-IRHABLE.ot Jim r. -r.Ai. \ cIUA -.i: >rnvVtiV 4.

Vf V The WashSgl5n t> ..Vi of the 11thinst. their alei! inco to it The law is in for your obstmncj, cml if you do ratify them to the K/fublinm was a* follows : of the wall. Several holes were also end America bnnss together suds a galaxy o* Acting Aa-lMaut.Adr.tar u arrrf iU

V speaking of the contested election rcalilv nothinm 1ho milifcitv gginmandir for the sake hax-ing some sort of local gov- "Mr. John K. FLays, the elitnr cf the Nnvan- bored some two feet higher,apparently to aff>rdtontilalwn iterary celdnities.TJIB .
V 4 : nah KiptiMiaxi hits ZmVOVPre'1! hum tiu.t.0ects) ol l l'lie 3iETEOaOLOGIC.L
;, ;; ;
V : is everything, and the governors and iiiiitanr Congrcittona't reprcsiT.Ution, and I.I'B ontragonu* attnek made upon hl.n, and and the firo atai teal in the walL II:vrasinii MaoviiNR. Now York: Ito!

; says"Our law is derived .reajurcn and other state officers aro then d m't au.du bv them, it will l>e revolution csumcd his cdi>onl thair Tkaiifk vi Ann Fortun ttuly Dr. Baldin, who ihancal ti> le & llnughton, Tho Ij'vemide has sumnsfullvnrned Jsoaineeni.. jDAir. 15.5.

parliamentary offices sufft Wo hare ev}' h ipo thai the Convention will nutftim t tal,* ofwuox It mlirut the political (.itning, discovered the tUmco in time to rai the most tn ing peeled with m igvinc* D"rini? the part *n>k the baa been tei t

from England. Jeflerson'sMnnualinbut i mere upon ranee,-puppets in make a good Constituli We have e urjconfidunco i ourir cf thr Lrpulilkan, we have always admired an alarm mntt- prevent a SOTHIUS cinfl.tratio ,. nd bubics..tho tint year, anil sundxont number in.l WMI .. *
V the hands of a higher ho bold and independent stand taken by its the tti-rmonwtiT mnnl as 5.Irow.
4 an application to Congress prccendents power. that the dulospite* wilt bo actuated editor as a journalist, and we ir.c' rejoice The inecn linncs have not been discovered. hirtecn with! evidences of ability and row en- Lowest M J A. M. OX Aleheat 70
V The jVw Herald in the article .
V V derived from the practice of tho English same hy high and noble impii1! an well as by doicrminod Vt his recoveg-v."V erpritothat must ho gratifying to the rcaJi-m .. .. I siM.4t r.l&aq. -- HI
observes, "it seems that there is no law ON Till concert
VV Parliament and found in IlatelTs princ plt For the most part they "Only tliU and nothing more," and wa leave Its well as to the publishers. "The Pied Piper Mom trmprra'urvrot Ihe wVs.k-itS..O
V largely in theso down-trodden States except given by Trot Cchus and the Jacksonville Iho bai-inu-lrr i* ijn-j .l fm-n i) 4tn3al1"lequrintuv -
arc men of honorable character and it to our readers io how far it bears of Hamelin, tho follow who charmed
are ani- judge the rats al th
,. the out mm uurttw *wwt Ua. ur'.o tU<*urYaJtMun
Collection. that which arbitrary will of tho military Cornet and String Bands on Monday V
n'a'ed of evening out of town under a bargain for thousand TT PMHV| m -rrtn '.
by solid convictions of duty. But the the churgi the Timn. What make the im a
independent of the and the Juvenile R t he Itac s oiUtB, wiutu wui VP--
is more fully settled satraps, even was very successful, Concert
No'subject by
V : President of the United States the validity of all their aces will bn lialilo to lwtirougl podonce cf the chatge ronre strikirg is tho fart, 'uj'dcrs. and being rartu.d payment, riiied al inf trated by beautiful plate of sjfie rfitTrr-
that law than popular elections and fore as on Thursday evening was even more so. We th* children .* into in the t Tt ef mankineL This feature of
; a cavern typw
V :t in question, if the qualification of those hat while the I'mon, on more than one oceeaicn, uy nionn new
Generals hi
Parliamentary were of the were sorryto see at ) > latter a rather slim
i- audience lu will greatly ticreane tho cot
hundreds of it has been held that who numiililu it la has cnndomod the of the sine, is deecnbol in verse by Browning, and Magazine
-V years T as dulrgbtos not ma' a matter courn Jtrputiiean, the j
V inp% enacts or graciously permits to for the entertainment was V naMy excellent tf I]publication, bat no additional price will
:. V a vote cast for one known to bo unqual- exist." of dolibpRtte invftin ition ant of run lid and rurt ha< delibcr to'y rt-f Mnkni tomi tf that "Aladdon on the Magic Iimp" was by somebody Inc picture. Squirrels, linntcr ,,charged s bacnb ra oi new tgento. We

V V V V un'c'll-Ji ji'mntL And al thUcritical 1311 tJfiHtitt urtxltl tcitfioui and Tom, tharairy. Rescue, a Christmas I uvve also had tradaUted eipze iy! for thisdsga.zine
iced for the office-as ouo.dead or nonretidtnt. What lies tile Anrt y jicraid L>cen juncture ,Tpo. OM word tf brought out with rich and appropriate costumes !
Tree for Cats and Talk eon of the most thnlluig popular
t-f public afTurs, how m'lch bctU a among Toads are the ,
; .' a child, a woman, a fictitious about that ,it has flit discovered this it it, IIwo and the acting of the young performers exceeded illustrated articles. 1 populartonlcatove1aeverptibbafledintheltah -
V can htBcn the cau'ws of oppoxitinn rnril The second faltoho ia last ks iiuue is princital All the papers *
>irij"ir we aninsinnxK'm the highrat etpeclationa. All knew their ( covering the Htttory ot thof
1 personis a vote thrown away, and to self evident fact before? Of course there are interesting for juveniles, though there is but
>ntcnt, by nwfci'Iy jnqVtjrifl. nt > our own in reply to a little squib of oars, parts and carrmd thi"n through without i the itliaaS.atee,under the horrible

be treated as not having been polled. is no law in these unreconstructed states options and rcmalxm; our tn wr>mgf, insUad that we ours offered $2OO, for the Tumi and prompt little didactic effort save in relation to anima's Of I t of CkMar Uorgia> Duke Valentuio,
and with little
ng, or no embarrassment-* MOMTEVESPC which will
mttonby wo
V follows that the not except such as those military] commanders of thu of did'nt it." We do not about lad fairy lalos ,
: V V It : one unqualified running sri viluting our acts, and come care making 110410 of both band was good, better than woxpected 36 confident, excel tn popular interest, any

V receiving highest number of votes enact or permit io exist Has the $V> encourajin; tH
: : ii legally'elected. Almost any number Setct Sf Herald never read the reconstruction which miy imi dny I n riausly embarraM the goti-itiotis which we ones carried on relative for practice. We hope the will be January number appearswith a new and (tjkket Mining during lore-plot the,it year unveils it with Beiudes a of a

wa hue hiovoLTke to the purchase of the Titnrt. but in pretty cover and a thin portrait of CharlenChoken pen
of cases may be cited establishing this act which declares there is no leril ,irojros9 a answer to repeated and that the ball will b* fillod. very ttl&t, terrible arts and desperate dc-cda
a thitpaptrs truinauion we are willing to state *. V Boa contribute the first of
i part a *h tyranny always resorts to. in fuarenigits -
in "these
'V V TVV conclusion.In government don n-trodilen Kudlcal Times." that in isy la-it wa offerrd the siot hih1dar. Ova WE.TEI" MAii-J-Mr. Hoed Special holiday romance by William Tinkling, Esquire, niuenea npoa mankiml. Thut greatjtgpl

VV V V V the :Kentucky: election cases, now rtateuj?" Has it lived for nearly twelvemonths Oar nr bbor, the Jia-iJa Tmur, hav'ng nailid $1,033 for that paper, taut.tsd *! fW bieS
V s"> ,before the House Committee en Elections under a "military entrap," with Die killings banner to its rn.-iM-hrcvl. now that in Ktr opman tt trot rut worth {500. ,rum' recent tour of inspection over the North- ;I' of lo l.ttlo boys and girls who fancy that k$ ail to make at the a profound present tune seruutioa.and Orh-can-

; these principles are understood to out discovering that ho alone was the .likiius: to Lo rrry rcjiml /:4patktm, and mdu'gi The third fatsetxiod in last weeks issue is contained urn Moil route to Ve* York, f>r the purpose of they bare fallen in love and wish to fly. The B at literary nontltieti will appear in theiVolame -

law ? THiat does tho JTtrald mean too .n wtik'v fliia; ; at the (Woas "tho orqan of in the following paragraph"Don't : isonrtuming and removing if pimiible the cause girls happen to be under constraint in a boarding of THE OLD CIUAKD,
:: V: be applicable. In more than one caso of the t will it 19 believed. render it. creah
of the Mails north of
mtstake us. We were not frequent school and when
tho joking
V its talk about "const'tntional rights" CuMffrntar lNuliUtans.'r: Si far ni thois the most heroic boy assail acceptable to the fireside tlwta its
it is u-iderstood that the returned membirwis by when wu askftj to dony or admit baring Savannah. lie the connection pro
?V LaTv* concerned, its pwilioa iioiJs neitlxr Jon op- report good, j the guardian of the school to try and liberate -

V V disqualified from holding tho and "constitutional liberty What explanation nor d
home to the constitution does it refer to ? Surely ho Tim ii waiiteil and received tho s'rongest assurance of all roncTn children meet stealth
.' office, and this fact brought ul'rrly ppon it. The I'n'wii, the rfircW on it. by and recount their woo e

notice of the electors ; and it is insisted not the constitution of the United States, at the outect, tii.k its stand ux>n ti.e platform When the Tiaui first axkod this absurd qur. l of future
V that all votes cast for such party wore for Georgia has no claim on that,- of thin Ilrpulliian paitr M (a>!optrd Ly the llth I tion-absurd because the whole | aet course oi Mails are detained U l, 15 hours in consequence ama tie eighty or ninety. aol can do as they REAL ESTATE

; "these down-trodden atites"voluntarily of July Contention-what the luxrt designator the I'mv and the wu'f known political principles ot want connections between the A. & please. "Wido Mouthed, tlntm" tells how a
": eimply thrown away and art h le treated t}., ant the Angnata trains, but effort are now

: and as "the sickly platlorm, jr* "-and has r ;nsis'cntly of its editor, stamp such an insinuation as German boy started to find adventure*,and was

V ;V. Aari7 utter Ittn j-olkd. This would relinquished contemptuously repudiated stork to that plalfoim over since, advocating improbable' indirectly denied the charge, being made to change the schedule so that oar made to work'by one traveller without pay. BOUGHT fc SOLD

::- ;: give the seat to the party not dipquallfied that, when they went into rebel an early reconstruction of the $tate In and even then thought any denial unnecessary, Xortham Moils will arrive the evening' the Kluhn i* left just ready to hear the story of a BY

; V having the greatest number of votes." lion. Neither can it bo the state con accordance with Republican principles, II.e! establishment but so long as the Tinm repeats the question, we same day they reach Savannah- witch., There are other stories of heating and

stitution, for Congress has declared that of alum and frro popular! government now directly and unqualifiedly deny it, and we -Cnvacu.-Tlio 0Pixsavraaiaa military order going to school,and a famous story about King C. L. ROBINSON,

gricultarc, our most important ind us"toial that has no legal existence. How can impartial rights for all citizens white and further assert that either the Timt has invented hieh ret en'lv dissolved the injunction the Xntcncker and Christmas wiehea, beside an

a V interest, has heretofore received no there bo "constitutional rights" when black, manhood siiQrngo, and the education of the whole thing, or it has received its informs- civil coutt anti ru-cpened this edifice tit public unusual supply of charade aud rebuses. It i is RSAL ESTJLTE 4 GEYT.

the people. It has been independent ia iti lion from source that will not stand 1 stnous in an exc-ollent number, sad promises well fw the
burden them?
there ia constitution to has boon from unknown
'' smocraracrernent from the State. 2eithI no worship same Cause Tracts *
and new volume, of Hands
course gBpporting mrasnres not
men, principle vestigation. V
states" revoked and the church b again closed. "ColPrague's *
t'r which our 'These down-trodden are really V ( i i V
has Immigration upon and not and in this
politicians it
light Dii MOPKTWILT fir
action in the January is rectivcd.It .
: of revival of business enterprise ia the position of conquered provinces, hs boon couI Uiut and inlands Osysrisor J.nkIus'a4 Treasurer Jome* injunction, V OF
:: hopes a alwa\s always V .l an examplapf Justice and genoroaty whidb i hone of the best foitutn d.corjnks pnbluhed -

V : : .;Jn s great measure depend.) and their own violation of the constitution tn remain so. V V Ucmovcd. gained fur him the gratitude of ciety loyal and ft niHrj; >aiie4 in It* iftoniiationsoffisho a EVERT DESCRIPTION

: : Both of these subject} should receive about which they V prate so-much, The Tifft on the contrary, has been content wo ATI.AVTA i-urd this, January inormrcglJlEAUUlAUrKUa 13.-Tho following order Christian, and his revocation of this action,' aiul/.iicy worki-, V fOR SALE AT ALL TIMES.

j V:? f (he f"i careful attention i of the Convention, placed them in that position. 1 toeonstruction in nothing, and its claim to extreme radicalism ?UI Mil ITAkT DlHTBICT, 1 without explanation, has caused projbjind surprise issTitts.h.m. ,ibises, att

i not for tho of elaborating a plan according to the Congressional now is rather tingnlar,ini -w of its past Atlanta, Jan. 13, IHfiS. J V and regret. We truat the explanation Slat 3Uws.
'V purpose General Orders J V 8 oLvEcea.-W, hav, 0
of is their only chance of relief and course. It awailjd the lllh of July Com en- : will be in due time iven. It i Is rumored that ? tn port to-day ala i3oat for Srile.e .
: ."Jar promoting the improvement our plan Kint. Charles S. Jenkins Proiisional (1nv.enior ships,sit b rls, Ave brig, twelve nh.xl.e-ti,

immigration until that is done "military satraps' lion for its rmfaw/i'mt, .and protrstrd against and Jnu. Jonus, rrovuinnol Treasurer of Judge Putnam refused to go on with the row M> nhowing an a-S.Trante nf twenty-nine Vi-nrels. Nt ;int- W-5fltT p."t' tw' re" ef
: .
I : Agriculture and their the spirit dominant in said Convention," amorting the Male of l.airjcu. bating etaliiiad tii rvspcct long as Jho military interfored,bat this certain.i All of tht"w. $- onuor charter except two or e > ttT. 4kiiMi'rT.. teat JJT*! -iVfcrS-OS-tir-oSr V if.Mftmv.

'. : .Jhalj'dnty belongs properly to the legislatnre are. their only' Constitutions then that it proerribed Southern Injalieta the ins'i ucturns ot, and l taitol to co-tiptiralo with, i ly could 'otieve made'raooh\lffl rtmc ,, for thiii. Jlw -V-. iiett thSI nun ro-vuly Wdodrrf !r V iHejxrt V in V Jan V WA It
only laws.' tho ilujor (i ucral Commanding .m our nut]* t'.i'fhe Went Iiicl. :
should be [ Military VJ i 3 \' uat-
there >
but a provij -
.Tud x-ttvtrkoldrri and favored further
--. V : ( only extreme District, are huruby removed bum cOice.' proctx-dmc/s so Jong a* the church was lid tint toelt eTIuiuner on hand, *i ijib.r V BOAKD.CAX

V aloft in'the Constitution for the election A dispatch from O.ihfflton states that a Union Hoothecn men ; and, on the 29lb of August fxvonj. liy virtue of tlie authoi ity granted open went entirely unnecessary. If, bowevei, frwl lita are not w buck a. wu c-uUi AL.. .

or appointment df an* officer -who shall meeting at Ifirahil, Texas, a,lew daye ago, last, referring the report that county offices by tie Supphnuotilary lionmtilrai tioa Act of a hearing was nevr* arj- and the JVlg pmct4 '1ha (low ivo for lumU-r ROW provaiiire in TwouTr1bniJ trV'MrNV.

: in was broken up hjr a Democratic mob,, and that ould bo vacated on the, 1st of October, it snid : Congress, panned July 19, 1867, the following finInnH'hiiii! why tint end him after Uovuroor the WIT liSituj ports! Causvd by the great im. 1VE AC l'>V't! i .DATED
: jjuir these intere8t ,epecially charge, netted oOifers are dutaited for duty in tho ,ji*. putt of tlio lw>tif.w wivks, has made our mijj' WITH F'.i-M! '** U\rJ
the porpetraton of the outrage hating Wo arrostod In almost JoVkW swl'iii:pWht a loyal Judge in his .
be designated ast7ominlasioncr anticipation of an antrrrswl vacation tnt of liiorgia: place Otto aiitiniia autuit nothing further khi mentain 'PP1V ft V ViR.5OfltbVrt
i *_ ill* .might properly by the military authorities, vcre iinmodiatdj in the event of tl&o'ted-oath' being required I'.revet lltifrodicT p noral Thomas IL Roger, V that direction ; and as (tlie season It twit a|> eu&-t Bay Lc4\taah'tr M n aST.

1 of Agriculture and ImmiAm turned over to (ta civil 'power \>y order for s continuation in ft tition, petition Colonol 3Jd Infantry, to be iovirnor oi iliii Tits CIST I'MRiniAt Tl.oflmt rtnmW of ,aWlunt; Mr gout 8 titaE ned Unh w* f.4lsts,

V V rPrRtcnhl. ;; the 8tat alwnys has been of General llancock. Tho civil powers of courses after petition ia has been sent tip, yet' not one tf State of Georgia; aiL-Brevet Captain Charles thn ne'w Jacksonville k oekly, puli.! >hiHl by C. ilnp-iniiKteis piefcr nnig- over in ballatt to 'MARY'S RETRVEAV
Ha u Ifhtf of en M ntxn. We can but F. lioekwell, of tlio. Ordnance Corps IT, M. Army taking lnmt continue chiefly agricul- them free, and Hancock knew pcr&idlr well regard the V as but the R Shr>nrtt & Ca., miJi its aiv-.jraiuo( ( tin. A DlOCfiSVX
I' ._ ely to attempt practical "f flit to bo Xrcasureriot tin HUto fV Uenrgia.Uhird. ., Vewi U now IVOIII.&rS; betngpai4! HO to
natural -connection' be- thoy would do so; indDodho knout,if he knows ftf/aruMit krtfine tnyycttfj ty Idtrrty JtiltiHft, at Tie ubovoi named oQicms will lurjcetKlUnMit Thuis ( iy Ust, unik-r t'he'niimo ot Tfvift M! f! J12. but n| ftrfptyi an,ofienhg .tq ZiothV side. V IOB VV
t 4 thoro Is a the mouthpiece of the clifpie tn the (Convention, delay to MihledgevalIe,->Ua. and rUaiHVa expnrtftl to c jV fn do'lars to N ulh side of V
"rt t \ V'i. Vli *- I anything of his district, that! there j. scarcely a' einu-r 4 n at pn'r and > Cuba V i* a* good Yoiing Lathe V
** 4iiifir tn one and adopted by that Convention.'fIiowwIopts
'NL JjweerL: upon the dischargu-df datios devolving u lint o a wubaita4
w *w j in. Texas where tbn -eivil authorises wn we wore duappomtad. In typographical V
be Taluablo' in the county "nefarious doctrinss them subject to instructions from these 4..department.'vonld would not instantly acquit any rnffiak who had oggestod V V V 'appcaranrc and'arranjemeat taa ut 'flurxlum arrived within; the few

;i otaen lve xleTelopment of ourAgn- killed,a ocgro: <> Union msn, oten though he by Liberty'Hillings! ," and Liberty: Hilling V Hy ordor of Major Oonnral t Jfp, .!rt. will coq'l1i niTpt! %vtrLy wljK any of its1siss. plua ed'to perceive, aiWr pa a(long dayVw depression rxwj.icnt are- and el

'icultural iniwcsta would stimulate Itnmi.Tatwa had done the act willujui] provocation, and tns'btor with tb '*, and wastes its atroilgthlhiVat.tacking { V V V 1V1i, DiujiA.A.O. < upon the general financial gloom of th. Ilw ,;awe Of n.0t able sail eap.IIsUCS4TeICbeJ*..

lul Lank whom the Republican party brpntiation, and At ten and-a-b&lf ;o'eiock thi* V morning this fut potifica mni'otjioMbirtn| last pightut-h'irruntlui, aTslbhtly tatter demina at 'wereau elu.'aLlve, baieg (ran sruxed,this liszt.more
wanionpost < Jbe yilUin ]
'" wffift au'iacroaaa of. Im.LI as akjlwioxof the wI Ot U 02* the thttltflth at Y.beugrr.V
read tbu ni
TM order to Convention amla Eufej' <
J1i v Into tn repudiating the loyalty ind doibilng, the wa applaiuoatsoction Conservative It6rt tothiiioipcftint artiehtur of V .ehuoi ygcpu44mot'wOtn.aqq( v.
V stripokaown M Tba
the: JTohnsoiiites ara no 'tryinf' get rl ( or Itemorntie
1st., : : ( exi auiahoUSi Ti-nu Insrln.
vti. the IrMPt
iroold h wten-"the unfolding ttxto tU ifca oh- The Cbnwniu w
; ,sIiGn t1\o naods bf rfio'ci il poer, to thai I he may trortivorthinoss of the yory men it was once sorcndy V V hot every paper Jut a right to expresYiu knnet t ina br one srnpiien IB. !StJt>, u Weld t male .d.tictubcg. seiS Ot5aei-Tena ga the iflaeutb oinr

1 'ofthth4enegouOosofourZOil. doom him to (It Kffld. A tiw months ago the Tuna ,BAVainf Dar| ABTBBTwtR..-Oneof the s-M* Kld a dwnaiid whfth
cscupe'the |>rcnounccd upon hythe eonvtcjicy wo w< | .H i last to limit wtmtd.fmiiu'tt cJAtlovmoat Ionkrry it1; oi tolbrttV -

tt; ta Jhe Commissionerahould bo r j air- uzSUary poortv ZSrihaua V diinounccd th'e Vuioa:M tthe 'organ ot radical vory_ nratert litdoJiiiles_ and not very'smallathor the'right of free speech. flatting aside politic*, at (ba41iItJsb 1d tli ClitIndsoL In tile;' a ii a of the c6ooL

ed to rqwrtannnanyjh4'rosnlt of his V 4Sprague- cliques, and il Vf grew so -conscrvatiVe, its whichnow.pomesto ooc, tabh 'is the however 'lire happy to'ion Ilia'riew nor th.* ceion timb.r1tuter..lioBve W"l<|like to say word to etiuiJa.2 V. V* 2 ( V ,
uv paper V
.,- !, ins iesatxl an editorials: twcrM copied. with approving; comment buvHMa) Merrtuer, Ilia well hand The quality of our wood V.-' t V V V
arranged welt Mf.She* u
and Jtaving eonfbakidly
labors tolho .Gvnoral Assembly, a slartingjso held a soperjor to any shipped from the '
'*' V'e'bflice order urging the ponpli)of, Ilio Htato (f9 hubtandGnse *, work afW wmk ; by the rebel papers in i oueljr printed 'and has an enterprising and rctTKinsihla'rxtfiUon la the Vaice office for the Allan tic' port, and the average of size i is great NOTIC2.wjru.ii.

w '-' miBci Mit'Balajynollld 'bcftttachwj ujilo of bern and '.jno visions, and |hnsiroTtCnt Tallaharabo f ndai'nljr, without apparent cause, wide awsWlodk whipVl* very attractivj to fire past'eigK'tmonths, wit can speak eonfld'enHy as er. Jt,7cdJ; fcmly liar* :In the taaniifartur* to TUE ooininnhip V V)ierite&tre nSfUaf., T.B swsi-UC7. .

to Bocuro 111* Jemp: ? of first' { tlw.chauoo of .Ixwijj Brought ,to, the and wilhont the shghtot vaniing, it'swung to cent stanpij As a commercial and newspaper to his qualification fo$ thd worli; he JuwTf ndorf&ken give miJtB reneacola U. timber a reputation nhicU will a jooiiii, tht4 ibsy dIn.uZWat,. iantil eeIw5.a ,

lI .D dasit'liuri.j The. adrantrigs'4that' we'f dostitnt condition 1. caate opposite !extreme, boldly Mtrcting I it is excellent ar* tbjectionable, and we can recommond? hi* enterprise to other Savannah timber now raaka higher altdcflhieil

Yk jjjtFjfjite San vp jiom,dTe xacrtioM| Stab*: 'Tbe udm* aitlon*is noodod) V L r -, tndw.trustitwiItbeJeg&rdOIL i > Ow ,vwas.lho organ of a conservative I having the ancunC ndfl.llke smoir"charactcri the good will of the public; W* wish the Faq than ours because tt is better dressed ; but the
capable-officer is ia'earnest !in] ff cliquo, launched out into general V Iaodttionifcf to! ttcossorvs tlssi.; V V VV ftariiitn long vul nwfal {artorV ; rctredy If fnjptit: owtt hand. fld it i is important I
jtVsit V V ; V for uslareaaW lh* pngtMLc* which ha sro o

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.. ;._-oj.' I a damaged condition.Judge i.I .-", .. ,- _..-. ORO9ERES!; '.}" HARDWARE 'AUfl1BUNIBOLTS\ : ;! AND r FIUTSSTAPLW 'aDLEtT'StH.o.UL. CIIAXGK oV DAY.

I 'c ".. I Yroggoths.nlted St -,DistrMuitranchisiag : ; I. TOUTED
t..the 1ke'tU:. O* 'Jl"UWIt hba.J I Purt fer TOGRCIIIIIIt baa.ptooosered.the;law 1 I : V.I' $ TIIK'&1'001 r-h MWKtl on Abnucnmrr .1.".tI""l' the STATES. MAIL. ,:
dI, reatonLtio ,
-E.p"yiag ;Ihft black; nol&114 void;; of I'liw.will bo IIUIttir.ae4111 rcaprrwd aztec va
; _-tid..t .a..1'tM I S seiwd in San Fraricispo!>: JOS For Palatka East Plcrida.
.r .. ', .' S Jh.tea sWp CUiw was AND -GOODSAND GROCERIES THE It DAT OF SEPTKMBEft .!EXT, I ,
,by the United States Marshal, for the..sJagod j TQtT1FIN6T 4 fl4RJ'y. i;; t-.vs srp-
4- 5 ItdIGdoiatoto&ci JocUron ol the LIQ-io : for the nnrption ofpuplli ot both wiw.. s.tiyr
_mr violation Passaiger : !
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JI.IR1'S }
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of the toll1't uonstitvtiua.rsMs4IIQ .. 'EI.VASDI.VA J.f6J.'t riLL
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,b1L Vs3rtfThd_ 0!h,Judr.C I S S i "J.VD. rIL'OL.tT.I.L .
rrtit tnt$. rrimary Clossos per Slonth" S 2 00
:= u noc9aitnct1m iunj- "; IdQUNCL 1aatS.andSb..c es In Advannil ClaMM 3 00
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'Tbs L'4Mms in Lath Lr Modern Languages -
W 4bstib.r: are no 7 Advertisement S
4 JI .poIi". 41grzng RI 'Inlh' / 2 00
thI taWir. beUioQl States.t i I" 4
IOft"'moo1ItA .5 .5 -
crm JU1I To bo
shall DOt TATE$ willed monthly.JIftn \
'iiiuft&l'COoata* \ .
tin ,
sd ? -
sowed M vmlfclortegaj either r On E*. > L. :.BAY : -- MANILA AND TARRED ROPE nS .M jmnntitrM arc THfti1ly wiur :tcd toluxe
i*not ..... Ton( rnos'rxrirrvixr., SX .JACKSONVILLE,' I ;, tim KEW AXI aJMAKT
'V"w..the _-I.. ill tksUwV 'Winaixertu Januarv i.IKS.eonvrvhig th! i piiil] niituml at the nUioui-ruolu- liulunj the STEAM JACKET

-. State Ja.erdwr to tho tjxudy enforcement ,l'rapooale" the hulls' of the' Vnltriitafas -. ,..s JBKT aaoalT.p '- .:,. '.' JitatoSejttwlj.r.. J.. A. 8TOTZ.UNITED Lizzie %

-J i>:S 'If th,J M* rt nooottrnctiun Uw.the Uenoralafijir from July 1,1S5 ,to JUM'30.UT1 on lht foltoU 5- -,, ,,,, J&cbnllvillo Aug. 1517.-5l.tL. JfllJ'

,,. .. it ilthori ed to romofesvU officer Mnt<.la the 'Kale of FlorIda win e'wcriW 1 ,

.S S .. .ploYw4 ,4 appoint olbIn for \be Ior.t" .,tM Coatract Offiwof tMs Dcparimrat,until a-..'m.of .One .of ih3 Largest. ANCHORS ANDCIIAINS:.' .,' STATES CAPT. JIlliE USI..Y'f,

.. "M or aU acts required by ibow statutes March Jl oex"to b fcddej br April 10 Mlo.liJcnplrJ '.* LEATIIKR: AND) FINDINGS, .
tW the said wrenl9taM S Wi I." irtut'rTr frvr the : .
n1'1. .
ad tt t people.of
tola* & Kitdart Wfl k.rfjia'.te talt tit .uA- newhiy n..nhr. nt C O'elur-k. w.s.

aMf tpwdily organic ci nl.goreronwmtsto erttcd ly lav,.. S R.>nbl ea. form and to restored to their BEST SELECTED t'\'erf' tatunlay evenlig mrriem: ., l'auhoaL n.,

.itksL po'ftIC' I ia the Vn.Tbc. Genen.1 of iU Item fMry'm Win to W-rankce IS mllr ana Sunday no.111mg.
S. tfet'any is "I0 empowered to remove all civil SEA IS AND BAGGING AND TWINE ; St. Augustine Jacksonville. for This pieaLwns U>at ban. large and airy aceomodation*

.Oc n md l>po *t other Sn their. places. So .Ballrr'i at 1 ra alill: Tuiwliy. ,Thunaa.Dd Satttrday ., STOCK kor night St)10'M''..the.a. o. Pl.r\.t
mtliorirus strain nai.t t or
'.of 1M reconstruction acts sj AnriM Uln>onk<*b, S 1'm: '. j relay<>f 10"... h now running reih.tyclinn:
tilt ftwdeat to detail the military comauuJaia Iiiav llicowukrs Tu i *TMKir other i ia repealed at T s m';' ; romptlj J 4'. >!?dot r- "ndnra tmn itut.rIfflout F DIBBLE As1ttm1Jackson.-ffla. 1 tf
Arrive B.U .VIU
al U
by /f
? a. '
imtrodaced and making .

J4ge of the StierM| Court a quorum, and MSS trim Barr*rt to Ttoohnrine! SO miles ana luck, Teas Cofleca, Sugars, CSgaW Tobaccos, nnrrtlna at J...a..Ii1"with the t-ndnxM1.for a..un- S. MAIL
Miirietf IO4I of a fall bench to inaUvalid --11. -' Tar Pitch and Turpentine 't,Tullaluasoi .'.II1dIM.Ctlar Kcy, *a ROUTEr
say action itnpnnfiing, .directly or indi- Z m Biynort RittiM.y attain; Soaps Candles Yeast Powders ; FAin E: SIX jU.
Arrin at Brank.rm ly It m; DOLLARS.
ahoald Dii-
,,cUT,the lawl of ConRreM; and & Lravr Brookn lie 8'Ia'4ay at I p a; Syrups Vinegars Starch, & ;
1 bid Out decwkw afl ct in any way the con- Arrive at Daypoit by I p m. '. Bv tiit I Krw; p-w. &r.alit fO 1'irrrticli In oorafiirtal.l.r "
S 'hM:,ssi 'i i ""Ii"ta! !'",. aiKha araer
tiutioaality or validity of laws, docMongfcatt Leather Belting and Steam Packing ; "onJ..a..y"bo.'n1.rI.l'(1d"I" I.

b*-uw to the (Supreme Court and on- tiM From Cattahoorlw,br Mount rimnnt,to Qulnft liaising Salt Lard Oil Kerosene Oil I .
., las Isn-ihftd* of foil bench concur in laid CT, mll,.,and hack thm tlmn a vrrk. fur rOIL:iern Hrjirai Ccmpaay. ,

"V 4iitm, it Aatt aland tiretied. The rot*"on TJHT Friasyatsamr Ctwltahoochw- Monday,.Vudntwlay, and Molasses &o., &c. BTOVE3. AKD IIOLLOW WIMIUES WARE.WAKK TX AND\VA1SK.WILLOW STOVE WAUt.WAKE AXII CUOCKEUY: IU'rfI"ifr.J eni promptly.t TIn FAVORITE 8TEAMER .

*k.M w-11.; *- 89. The IIoan Anivsnt QviDrr by 11 m; urrW3'.-.ninl ly in J.M kjont-illo.!l at the "T,.:.>r DARLINGTONCArTA1N'
S Lemne and .ItflM1' auti Ju St. A*.l-tlfn. .. '* I
Qulijcy Uoaday,Vodnesday. FriJay at tl '" -! HUUMX'
i11'1ID4.tieut narenill mtroda' bill to' re- all p la ; Com, Flour, Bacon Pork, Butter,Lards, Steam Vessel and Mill supplies ; Ship Chandlery! in nIl i it* lG-tt. Ki.lXX iIcXMLl'r"|.r;... JACOB rOCK,
Arrive Cbattaaoodws
at by 7 p ra.ftot S -- T r VINO been thoroughly! rpfitfei'. i. plain.
Oti th\I I aW of M4oi-Geneiti) to foar,and .Cheese Mackerel, Ham, Meal branches. u. J. CIllJlSTQi'lllittj A 1. on her old route U-tvrcrn Jacktourille again and Ent. ..
rl4ierQi1boT&1i! to nine. The objt-ct of From OovreirX to Chattahnochre 110w.( ahqSpwg at all ii.KTmrdlat* Boint tracing Ja.k-
of !I ma.<., Ltominy, Beans, Rice, CHARLES A. FAIRCHILD '---i- -V -5-r nm-Mae.f a
wilcb S I*logulata ont of cojnmuttion Major :11",1.L."I". 4 e'clotk. .
Leery itaiiaoa Timday and Friday at 7 a rn; I wriv-K it Eump C
O.wr l Hancock and Brigadier-General Uo'l1 *- Arrivr at ri tnhnoehni br t p m; Beef &c., &c. GENERAL REPAIRER oebvkP.M. Krtumfay U I ftv* EntrrpriM W.
Lt.<. Cbattatoud.t' and BatunLiy Reed's Block Bay Street nrbiv morning i oVIork.: Pmbutkn! ThonMhiy .ontiag7WII
-i: S atlam: o rk.h, arriTlnt at J.u-k mriile I 1 o'clnrk f. M.
FenaU after executire acuon'of orCl'XS aU>maker. ul*'trtnto ll FRJ-
an Arriv*at.Mariana by t p m.'l.
|. honra. pasvd the nsaolation reportaJ Condensed Milk Buckwheat Flour, fi-ly. _. JAC3.SONVTLLR. DAY.I..dllgJaek..n.-m JOllY at a A..M.CI ARK.

tarn 1M CouuaiUe&oa lUlitury Afl ir durlarrf CliS Frnm Fmt Unto,by Cntar Trre to Fort Ts-kir, Apples, Potatoes Onions, Pickles, --- ------- ---- PISTOLS, LOCK, Sat!:I-tf Be..,'.W1ar,lack.UTil Aent.!:>.ria.
!0 mllra>nd tact anew a-.
} that the nuwoi lif tltelVendent for retnor. Lave Kurt U /l. ., 1 Canned Fruits and nIlE rr.oOJ'S.AJES
itimLiy a m; YegotuLles, FRESH SUPPLICf Sl MAlL EOLTi
'ecreUry.SUntao; from the WarDepartVMat'ar Arrive at F.wt Tylor ty 11 m: U.S.
inJuflSciont 9 that they S do not IMM Fort Taylor&tnn\a.1.&1 p n; of all kinds.A SCALES, HELL UAXQ.ISG, |<-., J.

UmrcfoM concur ifl the act of Mupennon. Th. Antvs at"un Dada by(p m. TIlE.YEW
tho of the reaolstion stood .1:00 trailer iu oIl limit of Copper and Jlreu. $ SPLENDID SL1XEII'P'Pii
tote on |uw ag yam &US From by eenini'.to B ,t1 n>uo> LAnGE ASSORTMENT OF
35mayi6. Tile ficuit*then ordered a certified and baCk't..
A II work wiirrantM nt the lowest tent for Canh.K7rL .
uf the rwolutivn to be protcnUd Oen. Lo.wel..W"'a.U.m &
copy ; Baya Pace" *.a ur H.1I.'y strict, cccun.l door
Oraat and gccretary Stanton.Rorretary Lave Arrlvcat IIcia-U1e IMIville Thumed by 4 f,m.H J ra; Wooden Ware, !I.I.w! tin Mukvt.nil.uui>. $* 4

otw3U Non. 'Arrive Jasper by 4 p m.SIM _

S' nU>n imaed an order on the 14th ISK'S METALIC DUIU.VL CASKS
From Vnwiry Ban to) .n U alIce and back.Arrin cox. iTixo or F : : !
the of the War
rnitaiL, inturming employee 0_a avek.1eavetiosi4e7lialFttnndayat7am. "
Schooners "VICICSBUUa aaJ "iIEfliIAN"from
VB in Store and Un.lm.
> now are per ,
OJllo.that he had again Ulen wmession of the ; HA J .
New York excoilunt assurtmunt
1"C1f.1ilof tbo Ar Office jtanton drew at Madlioa bv U ro; an ,
Loa. V adlwn Unndav at I p m; ir s been placed Ui
permanently on *rlrvr la
nearly three thousand dullim from the ]"r oOittr. Anire it ilowlry lieU by 8 with liurlinjton. oaa aMMv
.it jxing his salary during his sasprngion.[ icpu-ata pn>'rava1 1. am Invited for extension ofervk COR" MiLLs ouun HOES, rLAXT.TIOYDOI"S GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, TKlrp.

It is eud>'uod that the rroeiJcnt will in no *to ,"Coun-bou OAttDE.V 1IOE% fill. win leave J""k'tOavlltIFDN'EDA

.1'1', rocucnM* "notary Slanton., r.l'B From Orlando MclIourilK-C' .end l-l 0 nsirting in part of Coffer, Sugar Butter, Lard, Cheese, Crackers, lUre Hominy, Jleixl, Hour ?!OI:: ll-U at 9 o'clock; falatfca TilUICJ'y mmn-T
It is rouliA-ntly tta'.o-l that chargrs tit insulrjiualioq >> one a wcrk.Lrave Stone Jars and Jugs. 1'otk, Bacon, &c., &. 1\};I'I t'n"1 I" 'on Land mint for lale. lam alo Ins nt 4 o'clock;arriving at Entcrpnwnt SoVIorr.P. 11.*
lipnxl'ftlrlilrliint returning win Scare Kntrrpriw ererv RUN DAT moni
bang o vr Goneral Grant. Nothing OrtKtwln\'.>y at t a m; .
let at S&:< I'aU'ka!
,,rl\.1 Mrllnnvi'.V I. 12 m UIW1.E >;o: rjn-xTl: ; nery MONDAY mornlr.T>
ffiaite in J&nl to tho maltcr U known, hut ;
7 uVlnck arriruic-at
lff\K Me:<4>itvlc!! W"lnead'I.11 p ra; POWDER SHOT AND LEAD.Full Toge"ther "CVi-th J1EAL A M' IIi'Iht 51TINLe. J..k..IIe.t I o'rlwrk. f. It-
14it t<' t-e'inj hero is quite fcw-t i\. Arriv*ht OflnnJo ty 8 p tn. J \X"A AIH''I FoilIIION In IahaifcM time to connect with the Train Sir ftmncai ant Tai

i J'..p4 Lag Kvn tmi.TUxl to the wmtnaud'i 1'armcrs anil IIonwkcrfK wants: such as rionghs riotighluiea, themes, Collun, lion, I'o..Jcr n.l'Eti Ei..For further Information apply toJOHS .
t : S 11 tP', (ain"1'AliS*and I'.t.t.r.oce Cr k. AP mcnt of Poinr nod Net Twine .
: : """f" ) tA L"k.lI ns H. I and Shot Nails Suites Ovens 81'1Jcrs or mnct'-ry lot.t..n.,& CAI.Vfy OAK.IIiix. ct..uur.It.
"n .1, ,
fe., :.:' i 1. :1 j.. .. I< or.,<. W--1.!.<**uii dny a al vwL.Tj 7 a m: Guilm's Axes,60 Xu. 10 I'lougha Store I 1C.i-tt J i-!..n".'. Va $ : .pcoL
_ _
'i ''i i 'O frf l Os.n3 Array c-t the Jf >-. AjfrtV'1. i-t l\* r? I'", "1:rt diy I y 3 p m.I. and Wharf Trucks Wbct.l-bar-
.AE =
.-..i ; l-a&-<:nVk Ffia,f"t 1 a ran ; TIrJ. C. dbc. /
lj \l' 1 ': 11... US '::1U'l1l potjaaii.cothl DBNAUZ V/atchss and
d. Na": \- -'a.t T cti'A nnrt 011."l-y 5 1.m. rows, and Grindatonca Jewelry.
lalb 'int .. .-d L'I..1ulf'flt

uf 51 1. no. t' 'n. Gowcao .1. J! : wail (I'ou-.I "IiiFt m C.t ar :.-). I.) E.'y Wv-l, 4'X:) mimi and ALSO Upholsterer Cabinet
puul cniuaiHiulfr.; ::1 lie i'tUrtving duiogaUv to titrk once n"". 40 KEGS: OF NAILS. GEO. J. PECK,
r.dJ :.ta j.ropo )a rhedulo of d-rlU.1t. and .AXil.A.TTBESS
tho XaUutu) ('xnT'itii'B wcio appointed : Gen.IN arrivaln.IVjoial'. the and tamil .hich thoy ,t'Uing"I \\hol.. ant T i-t.ul! mul .
Liquors by rotc propone aio asiNTOT :. AXD '' ,
*!, (011. liytiu. and Cut M't-utwurih. All.tho potts in the Include Tauijo CorniT Ailaina aul Tine .'...i-rgM' 110:&.

Mate except two were reprrftiiitod.Men GUll From New .rM rolrt. Imtian RlvrrJupiter. a full Assortment of Liquors CHEAP IF CHEAPER, .J .MCKSO.VVILLE FLA. i..T'II.t..E I .y jriir, .UY'i

11. HrcjJ, of New Hampshire temporary .and) Xiinnii' \p Kry W'175 milra and! yb. f1-'i.
commaiidMr of the Military Asylum has d Leave Kc. Smyrna <>n the Itt and 15th of eab THE MAUKirr.Jackhonvilip f)0.000CioAU9'iutt:
; F.mile
to minim the inmates from HallowrUllutur month Also other Articles too numerous to "r

to I'hiIadul1.hi after Kcw ; Vest Ha.. i>or. :23m.flB. ,-___ __. ._ ._\VAHRIH .
| sending Kng- Anivo at Kry by(he loth and Stlh( of cadiTuonih mention.. all of which will ho sold _.
Und men bat k to tiogos to occupy an outbuilding : ------ Tiicxlcbrat! id O.ITHS, 1 tnnnS OT
Lnre Kry Veet on the lit and 1Mb of cnclinotilk low fJr' cosh. STOVES
wiih) was not burned. The men w HI etnit BBRCKMAN'SFRUIT : ain.-et. c L i::>iti>:"S-,
; CRAM l IIlIul..t tut Jarkumrnie.SASH .
to-morrow. About uUty will bo Uaniifcrraa Arti' at "ew Smyrna,the 10h and !lih or Wholesalo and Retail.J. .. gain
-- --
back to 1,01. each month. .

lie Hamburg hip rVibotz from Iltmburg.aRiTapail NOTES. NURSERIES DOORS

.'eof aixty: dl)'. univtxl at onaraiitine -
al Nt-w Volt vn tiM 12tli injt. l'beha4 I l'n114)&s must be to carry the wIth STZEJWTD 820CA0F DEALEU IX AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.TULlJ .

, mnchnIroi1. and fivc dt4 fiiun chdjrra oa ll/" -itl'wrtail1l".. and ft..rih'$ ," uoirig tit Find FmitvGROCERIES? . ."""y minUs and t'iirty-iit .liI- WmHf the 2mw, at th4 non'l- guMrantw4lt .i"i'w I FLORinA! AGENCY !

: ...-and b l "I"J'r; ...;:1w. FAMILY GROCERIES
, hi.,91} +1innmi1| >!c.> jtnr oa% In an mch .
amp j 'flip ttVnTMi"' quaiauliiM>aisd kui'swkS
will lie ua-mlurwl to the liiwjiilJh.p.. JCur ">' *j"M>tRiiUi((.jodpt a!a conit (.1,m>.. ?,PLANTH AND OU \I'}:ClTTtXlW'fc -

". '*..%* "( rtujli Ta have ocviuicd on Lard X.>pay will h"mrfc' fur Irips not pi'ifurjiicsl."rid I'KdVISIUXS( < %'ttrtetttt.5m.Hf J.rFI't .noti..t'"on 1wi.I w' .oI.ctoI .iak eI
WIOIX8AI.E Oil KKTAIV.rpHK ,. Wat.anI .leiee.rv. mat ill ssr ..tsta
: diringthelatudmyL fjr rac'o of Mich 4unt3tnnii: ; not satisfactorilyplained \Y. : I.t:\.It TULKS BVIit.EU: Vl'O lieu)1) t"1" t'y the tzuuA whndt las.4 1ft I. toM pmb4i
.. '.. .
. And Ship Stores n. < k locwl prira *
KoCTUCKX XCT/S .: thn.times Uw |lojI y uf tho trip may I ; UXDEUSItiXKI: TITA OU'tt. Fun THE ; CJT 'r.l-Tv .> .. .1 I and uII..4 at h.1 pikee.atak. 1 I r.JD SI

S yiaOiNta.-The military cffiiw sent to Ilalitu dcducUxl. For arrivals far behind time an JL lltx nU palr' att2u 4'Xlt1t.l tl lo tttni, would ".". ( .,tiu.-Lt.
auow two wetks to quell an apprptiroJ- in'lv Inttirm ttii> |ml.itc hit M. .1"":<>(tHOCJIlU. WHITE I'INl:: 1.UlInlt, ALSO
ago i:01JT.:
to break connection with dl'J'C'nwllg mail*, cud u nov eimitrlKkll freak ami the t.lqirailllmb LOWKY,
.1 diatur anrr irjKirts to hrtxlqufcrtiirs that cvitktirc I .
S of a military orgaliizatinn of Uaiks wa* not sufficiently cxctioul, unc-fututh of the cum. will be oM Bl LOII'J.'iT CASH rmczs. SCI'l.l-';. OA1ISAND 1St'1 1 Rrr .,.ri.b. J.ickiunrjr.:! Kla.r. ANDHARDWARE Cl. lRJ"-

band and Crone Colf_ of its fur the is to f.irft-iturc. -- ,----- .- .ATIO.E1tr.
.one oSi'trs (notation trip subject Among which riI! W found.C.NNED ---- I

.arrated. The report abn states that the Fine will bo imponed. nnkos the dvlinquuncy beaatisfaeiarily rmJlTSXD MKATP, Dmrn SVEKt' : : .1(f 1- :. rui.i.Ei::, I ." I J VARIETY'fEWlSO Ot OTHER 1MCHIXX3 ARTICLKS;
idra among ihe blacks that they are to have
. is explaiccd, for neglecting to tak i: : All kintl of rvfturinii dime at ahnrt aotke. act warS
land now quite exploded .
valTAnkil. Attlw old Ktand of C. P. One, <)e>matnxt. >
Gotwrml Butler arrired in Richmond on the the mail from or into a post office; for Midi-ring CHERRIES,PLUMS, RASPDEliRILS, --- i7 Day Street, New York City A. II. litf*!'.. u.:"... feb.I-it

S llik iitst. A large eoncourtefof Marks met him it to be injured destroyed robbed or lost ; and ,

al the di'pot. and a ftottuuan; of deputations of for'refusing, after demand, to convey the mail a, :FIGS, STATIONERY ca'rrarcoa arm ivai l' W. W. HUBBAPJD 'V\L GROTHE,
eolorad surititH mod>a Urge vamVer of prom". .
as the contractor rune or is ron.
frequently rOUTAllLE! AXI I n STATIOXAUY
Ui mUican is teeorted him to UwhuU4. :
, t rented bi\tw tho The AT TilE POST OFFICE J.,,. W ATCH.H A 1rF.R
in running on route. .
ddr med
la the he" CITRON
-ening a large 8 y/:/:*.M j:1"/I.l!A.v..ftoorr.)''.,',
.taorliog. 1'ostmasirr general may annul the contract fur BAY STHEE'ltTackHon \ 1EXT TO ARCH WAT f
I tmvr}ilt rtvriireil a full and.*tmr In Convention and resolution 1KIIV. 2 TO MO
preamble 11111:81
a I the office laws, or tho indirections ro"\: .
disobeying poet AND APPLES c\ae\ Matniu "*.l..Lajf ufXOTK.
'cWlaring the proronding of the ConventionMnrpativ ; + 17.- | In T. HrtriJ 'a Block, B/ Stmt
in of the Department. lib may alter tb 1.1:11.\1: C.\I'. M..t nprmvr.1. C'imil sot t'lm| i-1it SAT MMI-. One
their character and .
,S adjooming V JI-. S-wi.r Mi '.,.,.1 a1! L.IIII..r villc ITloritln. Fla.RK.8PKCTFti.LVinforntheoitiaeiia
J.F.'I"fJ-l: FOOI.s c .\ : tuul l'jtita-! Jacksonvillo .
S that bndy stw die, were laid on tbll t tle schedule of departure and arrival, and also P.UCaCWHEAT, ORANGE COUNTY IJUTTER.VEASTCAKK8 It >n .h.I Inwry irn lid ami l.ui'.t tout-un-. ,

S A rxsu'ntioa to cat down the fy of member order an increase of survice by allowing thor< hILL ('A 1'. 1ULLKT. Cr .tuftl"l 1ufr.! n.d KilF.r l !IUnl. Msrll.'BItf.rolini ./ Jukiaai
1'EXCI I.S iX: V KUU'ES.1M1NS. : "\ on ".n.I.1 hOIlI1..1.I..u'.u' }(.rl&i.. aia\ tmtujwnvtl
-to four
dollars after of
the lint
Fuhraary, vastailed. for apr. rats increase on tho contract pay. lie I TEX IIOLDKitS.) II.r M-wlin--y "..1 li."o1 ."1'1 '' 111 stow.and ; ? hi pin ot bieuaesa aa above.
..lnli.c.l hi Ibe 1...& r.tta.srii. .1f-7I.1( J (UTJ2JI: I..U..lbel..l'l'r&onona.'he patftmair e/ sis
t A mohitioa dUfranrhwrng the came classr I may also curtail or dinrontinne the service in niTIO Fi.Ut1.' l'ulrn'HI.O< .s.(. Ac.sen -> ,il.t: :-.00.and ai laany nw one a ; > hi
: 1.11 11.1"1. AV'orV or every cue .
4 rmchiwd! by the Alabama Constitution,ands whole or in part, at a pie arM decrease of pay ALMONDS ENGLISH WALNUTS, II ICK- o or. 7iOOAW, : G.I' :.\: \ own I",,,. -liHnjfa t."..." Iimtiortnr for Mar* hat*if h otr ire>''.aI.uti'nee lIy i rrpauvd as a and practical"uamateed.Watchmaker and aep Sie w

land dollar which I tW at New Yotk irt_. I .!.IMt"1..n tint\ I'l-twini or Ilioiir nWut In mnrrr.bib miilv and lennJi' thu and
s t&iiogaU two p-scre,. were. allowing one month's extra eompenntion on ;poMic [ A' the U>1 forty, country En"'l',11
In wncvmin and nb-!
rvtrvtlilnit f tlw j'hr' liilosr
rttiened. I luuiil aol ntf Lliy all X.w )ork I Mliy aii.1Wokly bo able to tho amount of service dispensed with. Bids ORY NUTK FILBERTS, | il...r ,a.m(ll"...l lisa pfipuLir MJ> UIU,"ol' W.A.TE H, PIPES i'int of our-xnM y.(emt. nn<1 ihtr rrodurttm or IVtrnlion *- .,' be ,- .- AU watches warranted an*
f f t'lrnprimr.1 :Inrli !ill1'.n the new dieo.enre"V.
t 0'.0181.-10' the Convention rrdinaneeWM tinftuy.. ; .. Jon 11_
an ,
should be addressed to the "Second Assistant (liv! ,, me a call,ant rnminr my nturk. HO HER JJ.CLS ., .".'Klvt-n In the Kngk: Inninmt, bv Wlliiumroun ;
mtrodaced limiting the operation uf the i. PEACAN NUTS, BUTTER NUTS; PKE .w-,( i-. 11. 1:UII; ;!, M. 1,. 'I l 11..1.! I rent)A vjllnahle and Intrrvinini
lid ordinance adopted by the convention in Postmaster General/I npencribed "Proposals, ___ mil all Uudi of nra'net Inm lttjin-joo! !,,, 4e, fur rrutk. It i.written In nlinn Unrunt for the ponera FRESh
u bt. a".llI.. ,cailc-r and i I.illiuitinUil with .pea.J) :, to ease prior to the first of.June, State offlorida"aridsentbyweil.Fom SERVES CANDIES iin HtUT' uw.CYTlte "
. iTavinif. All youna Kiirri fc<*rTior tlioe CMImilatlnxmarrla /
Wi' forms of proposal,&e., and other information h..t mil target'lln the city and *- | } (", and havinir the Wflt Impft'inient h
1 A letter was read from Senator Sherman to afckcato tc C. L. ROBINSON d 11.11) .'.'ll'rh.. M.nd for 1'rioc IJ.*. ,o niuiTl h'..should '..1 thin l ot'k. It al-co i*** GARDEN SEEDS !
saying"the Convention should have re advertisements.of, SI, 1868 and If! SEW- ..-.. that PTi-ry nw nh.mM r.aniualntnl _Iii.. Sllll it
fcars.but go ahead. If additional legislat this elate in pamphlet form at the principal And ia bet a fuH auortmenl of atll kind of b.I.a""touL. It It.almu"will br ti'be nt Itwki li>any l cue np on and the nut receipt lie about of Fifty the ,

nordcd.state what H in, and it will be poet o STILL, .-nl.. AI.!. Dr.Vn.. Yofxu.No.<16 Spruce street FOR SALE -WTIOEKSALS oa NH'.Ulr :
&.* iFee.ALEX. VT.'RANDALL, FAMILY GROCERIES. Corner of Bay & Ocean Streets tl-.ia I itlote Fourth I'bllnrn'IllIh111) : )

5- Graeral Meade addressed the ConventionS fettautdtr Gourd.W. Il.nvy Uottom, -

S S Bcsaid he was spot to administer the moon- sa.Call and Stud txamixt of Urmna far ymrulf in Me mud t'ol pea,. mU And All complete for &le much leloio cott. Special Notice I BTTEP.

stnetioa acts, which were law until decided E: COOPER boa on band and will sell at lbs _%..Slit,.of.II! Jz"tuilltoorJejamlfcUUlrramtea 1)EttS rnciiwJ In ralxlnr. .rtv Fruit .\:
otIIonriae by competent authoritj, and that hahaald L. WOKROCK, out at the Ittwcit J_ talks fur Kortliern )"&,,vill foul it totbutUxauLkro WEBSTES&CO
I do so fahhfuDy for the last laterals of to call on or ailtiie ;

I I the pMjJa as be understood them. lie said PHOTOGRAPHHR, WIOLiaai.i sip tTiiL Oaocia, LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES EVEKY'KIXD OF 1t.R.CRAV.Jacksonville

that ft was a popular imprasion that he wa* nIl, ia &.,.', Fit. 40.t(. HoriJa.m -rfkottialt ai4

S wad to enbrte the Irgiilation of the Convention ..4'egrzrIlao.jke, Ocean streetJaekionrille # \ PLANTATION MACHINERY,

,but previous to the adoption cf the new fla.AT Katrine*,llor Power,Oi< MU"! Arrir.ullural Jmntimrtiu .- UKBINE WATER WhEEL

I Coastiutioo said lii latiou was not valid. The R.O.immiwff S tied%where I wilt be ALBERT J. RUSSELLREMOVED STO"VES m errry dc-aljition' in.turr, ft >alt> at the ,
ho- gave him a discretionary power,and be I.wet my 0 d f.1C11da aM ib.c. All paani de- h.-&t'II1..
: fnitht enforce atrnwflnt daM plctumof tSe various*jlea and lateetUBproTrmMtwiIl roll 8AI.H eUEA 1'.
some measores especially spy itve BMaeall. Balfctafrimi guaraneaeit. a. WINDOWS AND DOOnSl WOODEY.W AilE S\jlxs A 40 honor power YnrUne Water Wb\l1 la excellent
S scheme of reliet .. ord'r. pply at thl!.onica._t-tf
.4 ""'"' "** hm s beam iInecI"bT General ROPE KUDEES PACKLNO OAKUil AND it validatin j an ordinance the i.Land URNhTUIll
: adopted by for Sale.AT F
CuoventSon LEArnER BELTtXO
to stay the collection debt in ; COTTON PRESSES
; AW* na the VaadeTto point on tb*emit bank rf tat Bt.Johns
npto first of
January, ISO,o atam JacUomillo. Tb tract ha a river .,. To arrive'.yhnnner Alplia. a hrs orrmnil of
?ptclimsfutl&burandhirs. The validation fma'mire of inure* belt reUa. and oenlaina 1311 acre of the FURNITURE.0 The Dint Parlor and'<>, Chairs and TaUoa isro 4.
is to tab..effect from i pn all CABINET AiD UNDERTAKING SHOP at the Hail Rend lVj-<* Iiuliui! (.
the date pcxual
of the order, and 1UST land oa the rlrer.. Sulu t let* crop MCCARTHY GIK EVER MADE
f J.? further Cltden-d that the several officers in- ty Ie a. Otmaff. The whole front i* cue beautiful Al'pll1t! tho j-Housa. SAMMIS' BLOCK BAY BT,
4ioiarj and othetiij in andGovernor <_of hickory,oai and magnolia trou. riOB lilT BOOM TO ClILXtl II SOK, with the Taylor KngV, limos, Bombcm and the Dew
Alabama i-tr
.I15 play\baa respect AIM for aaJe oroc direbl lou in I'alalka.' Enottlr (rami taw cliiw. 1'.I1.m rmar.. "lih Kmiino .
and .
order. V B CILU\K1LI..AlN. .... -- --- -- CJi'SO.YYJLZJr FLA.ll.Ttof .
,. ---
I at the Falr'ffi to earner of tin I. .aiu.ail uipiilio More,rut a..ItI at Ibo .
Jenkins and John Jones. SlateI .J.dtaootiUe Jan. 11. ItCSIt, CROCKERY ; owot niton by 1'tTOTJCE: !
T-.I1I", bar, baa mnored ly Geu. Meade Ocean and Forsyth Streets J. II. }UU.., : -

aad.BowsfcuiW to perform their lulu 1MTKOVED AXD UNIMPROVED S-tt 47 I>cy! .,Nei Vork City month. 'ililo I wIt ftrrl110.Hon.Ju.1, ..,.arranfeaeau to be ke4 ftnalf.

)! --'-- SIX ,of Iliutillton f T Inlets dpimuury from a
J.-.1WI1Pr ruurtaUnn and City Property (,,1e or.-nl THS-KOIMIICS ('VC4I1lrFL STONE WAliE '-- I'mhate IVunly la'l.Itu
tile mniriiatiosi! was renotvod tuda.Farm XILWKX ('. 3ctJtOICinkLrP.WANTED ) TUtVU SI 1TI.Y OF COKX/T.\RCI ...lmini>traior of Ihe rUte ol Win. hay late of : WARZHOVU
<. ilOB ty L r A !
i v from
the dccve&l.
superintendent of Yo hinton Orit
*.It. aiog a oajwait uf in .t.or J. P. SANDERSON, ; lurranla Prunm Jal.lns('itmn,Tanlota Karina, Alatmens, B. 8. SV1TII. AJm'r. ire ban ibm wed*f.t up Ibr ear .wa money .
Viler, )1.,1. Vriiiimi'tIt.Ji-Ueyii,. llnr Jasper, Feb.!-m. address en ercry packaj We baT ar
pnoa.t sa nnty fur lU t.. br & gu Kerosene Lard .
si.4 \h*l'tOftf_. Lubricating C.nn" u ? !rtbu -,,Bwt"(".-<*-. GARDEN SE D; DEPOT
.\ "&I'"MT11,1.a dw1' Cr '' '", .
.'II .. I I 0 R SALE !
.! !' .ale".i4 pn "11 .( r.. S ISfJfl1in ".11.. I, "j 1\., .-wt mmuy Worint-r hlnKauco.nrliMApplrllmitil' ; F'
.f I <. u ,, J.V-SL of Ea t Florid au.I.-1I1 alwayikwp a wenltU sk9 Kof
"" -h. L.I7' ". .. .; woo-tn ingiauJ. 1'",,. ,G. uJ', nhl .1. : t'teli4t V.atuts. inl.n.
; tr.III'I\1' ) 1 !"::.,, 1..1. ,. .. ."' ,. 0 J S '" f'n',",h s';",.. .. I., j. OXL.8 ; jiut" Nuts J"illxr' ITALIAN JIAUBT MONUMENTS f.r all our klmla ami and of olmuu.Ki'i.t Tbr.and.Flower 5..\sad> 1MS
-i"jj! r 1"1\I' '1.s : : jrAUTJVt LH, ci r AlmonI..1Id Canned Fruit Fur ante hv of all Intemtoil ia 4 -:
j J"'j" :.11 .. the attentIon and enters a w
I.t -- i\lEDICIS\ t. WAUI50CK, T" ., IIi, Tomb, TalM.Counter-Tor Mantles and tb Bneit linda of TrcMabiaa.
15 S -m ts.e .v "5111 .'. I", 1'1'I i8.1 Vlwlcaole 0\,10., *
) and lU4wl .
0. .
.. ,' "11iI'B. "- Notice.wVi 'tiles ..11:10,1.10 In the rough, *. Alan Wrought
ai1d I I -- tQ-t' Dmy-ftirect ft..4 avtlrua HaitlnaaandVenuulaaand! Summer houaca. Jut Modnd,U*fallowiac far Fall ..

AKa -.lIlI<.u toapWal a"rammittr l|E : .:'1 f"". lala I ehall sppiy to UwHor ,. bon Front lor tjunv*. from one In tlv. Murln biKh. Ing:
'are te Utr Uitu pucsidentaon .ij--th-r the pub. S,11"... .it. Pu4W Ja4eor hums UI\IJ1'); W STEN'CIL.CUTTER IJutal.Can*mat Stile BvtMF an.1 Vaar old at hule- 1 000 l'.pera nat Thatch Turn's.I .
j" ."4owor toWrwt wt off to nw UL lx>t K.Ihrre, isle or retail al lbs lowwl for CaiBiaiiulKUrdt
price .
Xr Kndt ,.tlot be diujw ej.(>t-lit |.y he in.:(i) fe"I"*""a.this U) ta ih. ity id J art3e, JA.CKSOXTIU. FLA. LAMPS WITH THE PATENT! HOUSE :FOR SALE. I .lUUtlntfiK, .,1. : 030 Purple Top But Ban,
w cdn<3U of.\h Stale tc., JLUn'tod. *,bwinting u,the_.,of a L. Burrlil, dO'OOd AH order kit at Mr. Ikr.iV, Ice Cram. Haloon will .ThU U a good upportimUr; brine:or and la your a- 1 600 Red M M
A,resulu Ui ppnint a eommitiee of CTtk e IjOtllA A Jlt.'lLr.l1T.f& be promptly atteiuM to For two"01'1,.1 aluill be at the.Cavari llutu1* 600 Fklrvlnf'.Rats &
': 1 .'MkaoarUle **. Name liaise fOttm Up aeatly.. 4St Sun Oll" r" aNd &O..hibi'r of IWltr1I.and take .k.-
,Jla.Jan.4. Chimney
fatt eonsideaition the best mean of al"tag A After two_.L.all ontur will bvliOTwatuu .to 0IiIw1wo I 000 Imag Blood and Sugar Bse*, t

: prssrmt and relief was adopt. the latctt and bett thing out ,S.C,, U mu,and frumps attention will W ftrca.o. 1 000 M IrgoKoig.DrmioboaJCWtiW
Petrrient ;"." NOTICE I. :'BEEEI-BEEFl I BEEFIHD.R.HOVELL&BK.! //.DTOLLIN& JACSMHTII.Fli. 40-11 Agent. .
.t se.ot
aG i morat5B'peai HOUSE 600 I.-p"
a eonTwon n for economy
A. .
to amend, the reconstruction acts so a: & G..C. Ba.J COI .' 6110" 44 Putch I'

lit allow.persons who hold eertificatei of th }lg / ON THE DESIRABLE LANDS 'ON 600 Sugar Loaf .
Tn . vote Gal raCfiftaUob 'of the CututUawasnver ba enema baa aautm ebantM"'uTHOB. .&' 1'UK&JJA..;.cI .IbUi JLD.z Ootapany r- .- 600 : long Ornng Crnnvl

<'UD thif tusy ba, ,.1aid D :u. U. S. BTIU eotitinn the Imtenertew MIl_ end have SOUTH WEST Fleming's Island For Sale. SOO, ColUnl,

.5 f tefercnw, |, " ; ,_ L MA.IY. lillact thnawlTea up a new Bull Ifl the Uarkt-t where 600 I-ong&&r1etflndhi,
or' tiny will be fJwwl lolumi. thctr old tutomers>ndtbeboLlicwiibth \\TX vtH npwanl of Four nanitred aen of rood 600 N Early"t

LowzTAr4.Genffj fewer ordor- Ja-tt. Premetary ok"reaa1I... BURNING FLUID & LAMPS conNER OF CEDAR & DUVAL ST3., f V Kirmma Land on Klemm 1'land, Immediately -
ha'l 'bonD
tielow and JoiiMng M ra. Fkiumg'is and fronting thr hv.rr. .
*4 to nyrt to Uuwral JWtanan fcf daJy will, BEST OF BEEP1K; J .ami known a. the A. Iltaeent p To bo sold faAmtnnntuin Sign of the GOLtltl MOSTAB

'". 'IiL 1 NOTICE! Lot 6 3 in Block 54. and diririiin nnontl too heIrs of A. ewnnued. & 4-tf. .
fthn .... Al.rOUK AXD SftTf. .
IIh '
or f. Tt-rnui one half bahwee.u mouths
fcas' fain
IhpCojrrertioa ado( j.,1w 1 hand and fumurf to ; .
<*: hr lent ontantly on wllt. 'rr '
S .*. uf the l4l..1baira.v. .SIX WSLKS AFTER DATE I ILLAT'thS punk M the eouutry HUur lUllroad or Steamboat. J I.
Jsposmg the Boa. !eL J'thnal f moderate 'I' Fiqetac er .;; .' For further particulars ad Ire.*or applr to W. WIT. BILLS OF LADING.
l fICU.I.6hooa."WDoat I I Lmtm.tiC AdmlnMntlon en the Ketue il fO&ffASTMAMMa t rates. .<\J'' SOS Muddtcburg.'1'1&,. orW. XKWlYi ..JacksontiUe. .
&c. Trwtee*. or to P. 1HHWY
/ 4.iut. fiorg. C. & A lateofaaid"TtaKDtbMUIMLitM. reGIVE THEM CALL -a ;
\ Lay.lrot Toara1 b Mee -. A LILO3INSON. W. Ilr HKNHKTI8)Jf, For Sale
w1tk t toll IIIDIt T1\aee ri. ThS t F.otAJ3KE.' ; 8. a TIIOUI-tiON

,'','. i". ...' .. 141t.- Keren Vr I,lSS7. 1I.1t' U tf A viit JjcLauliTillc ilL AT THIS OFFICE. ;

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OFFICIAL. a iait Thlave, aaT forty.a'rh atfc'e fr'oy'.otd p-Ddeeoot'annntly in atlvrT, 'per tI>i"J rrtlc. DiPiit anti tu/port; of an sjfrim tu-nl and Ii'dt.tla' the boarding-schools, two assistant teAoheri, otli rent *; UM the Secretary of the Iatq,

I : OF i: ? nrrn: STATES, .lv thnantisd weny-eteht.d& --itte U huudf d and aix'iVx, IIVIIT aye bundAMl inirlMi'b djllai' Xjilfia'jvr, *l liUxu huuOrud-au-I* Ulan,, chool, and.or to iu4relor plant* said per achiol nilrenlh with a oriclJ suit the-treaty intruotor farmer, ono carpenter, and two millers, as per Fur insurance, transportation- and next-wary direct. M per fcurth article of o
-- -ri.t qFr1 &IMIAfrV1MA 97u; for ysy of eonaHndaven to ne sppolnted 1>r th"rfcddrnt.aa fat pcnmraet annuity to Mlvcr per tlilrj tide! tree-- ,wta y- r*Hid January *idhttsu| hundred and llfly-fivc, fifth es-title trcafy of June ninth, eighteen hnn.drod expenses of tho delivery of annuities and provisions ulaMeeultbitIihteen hundr r, ,

- per tony. ntU aid BUilh ante e* trj>tt ty sand Ootubcr,d-rhtwn; huudrcd and eighteen. two three thousand d illam.tor and sixty-three, {ur. the fiscal year ending to the Chljipoxtaa of thu Mississippi, pot thefiseciyear wading JW thiyj
-- thi (3wc.M sad Oo.Qflnt zp.uavot tt* t ABTU twenty.eith oi-Ve.3 bandied arid ally-eli,, tii vsan June tlrrlieth, ei -htpcn hundred and lixty-sev. treaty February twenty-teoond, '
&)spst.t* .M fuliWiag *4wn* $LiUttui n I Senate.m'stde.jnt thereto,or n mmb ficroot ai fur purmaneiit annultj in snooty, per second article ment and uprn.rt of a sunlIt and carpenter ahnf, tutu to this to be paid the ,
wit tarivIiHUM Tribal iir tb* Y.r eoding (hit.ta nay DO nroejairy, four thousand throu! hundred and tnratr Iwi'tiittHu SiUmber, cixhlcon hundred sail ftmiththem with the nis-.-iiaary tuolA, ner tonrujenttar en, soi ea toousjtnd nx hundred dullara. eighteen hundred and fifty five, three thousand For .aee, wjij citil.

*B )me, rluB auitdiwd ana pixty-ocrea, uul lu.ytbtaiatiid ventyddllitre. unity clglit. Ho thuuniml do''. nuKur I-le t-wity wrn'y-Sjrond .Inuiiary, el hu-eti Uimdrei Fur the erection of a house for Indian Cniel eight hundred cut! eighty-aix dollars and sev dreui of,itnde tji. dje-j

.bvPDTpQe. Camauche*, Kiowas.and Apache, of Arkamu Klv |>enn-inent AniidUy in specie per second isrilote and five hundred dullara.Fiir sixth article of June of the Secretary of the lutenor.tic .
: )1.i.ced iu.r of Ttepreiea.tulw r.-rnr the third of five Innalmenta. bung the second treaty twrair-oinlh .luly.d. hivoii hunJreUanUuliM l.t-nly- seventh of twenty talmenta for th e employ Timothy, as per treaty cuty4roeento. Df.
*f tb* CaiMd 8UOM of America tn Umirrv-a a> uric fur the purcht of MOJO, nredilonn, and mtiicul- HXtcan thousand Jul'ura. meat of a blacksmith carpenter, footer an 4 physician ninth, eighteenhandred and sixty-three, lU fkipjirmtt of Sti litkf
Mbted Taat th*Mlowlng SUm bo, and they an bur* ural rrnplomouta per sixth aruclo treaty twenty-aur Fur Ills nnnuUr to uliicf. per third artisle treaty tven who ahall furnish medk-inra fnr the otik, per tojruintl hundred dollars.'or annuity to be paid per capita hundred and siyty.five, five

: b r, apptojtit de surmuncjrtu the troaaurr not al!! July.CMrtiUaa dollar hundred and filly-Ihree., euhtcvihouaaoA Sloth 0-UitnT, ri titevn huu.ln.vl and Umly-two two article treaty twenty coond January, eIght rem Nundrec To pay the claims of curtain mfrn'bert of thKex < to the lied Lake band of Cbippawa during the For this mm. being Zz to )ip
tur Uie of uuudivd djllnn. ant o-ny-nrc, four thousand sIx bnndrtxt doUan.Makan of-tb. p
wthenrMe apprepnotcd, purpoae payin; th nodes- the djzectlon Secrlyat'of
orrent sait aunUagcat eipetuoa ol tbe Indian depotBMntandftilaUuiilnat7s *- *orip nae*of transportation ofth second of five Fur lib annuity to cult-fs per thml arti .If irs--sty tribe.-For flmt of fuse intaimenu
Jolioas with th*vonoolaoiaa inoulmtnU of gosdi. prwiiiona, anI agricultural iutieaunt > twmtrvixtb ttcpi nh rr. n Mwa hioJred sod *thlrt Ihnuuuvl dollars, (being the fourth Krwa,) under the d[ horse furnished by them to the Ofe-jon mounted looond October ei hUerf hundred and s xty- M per of t of o-o-,

trlboa *, per uhith article trraty twenty eevonth July throe novel judivd dollars, rrclif.n of the President, per fifth article treaty Jajuiary -. loluntcers on the sixth of 'March, eighteen ty three, and second article supplementary to bar InOteeOth.enghtOe bunds-j stud LXty.fl,
1- -y'er th*vanwat sad enntinfaai expenses of tie bdlaii4rr jlghtoea hundred and fifty-tin, seven tboatand dolatra. For tduca'lnn dinIng the ]>1 1nir* of COBTIWI, pe tinny-lint eighteen hundred and brtj-flre. oaa tioannl hundred cod shc- five hundred dollara.. ,
>enmrt, aameJjr jFrtarf third article treaty .l*"e1-otti Ototur.clplilwa hnndnx five hundred aallani. hundred and Qfty-six. at Camp Coanelias, as per troaty twelfth April, eighteen Bstt&

-- : u| riatBdcat* of Indian afftirs uti Creek*.-For prrataaeat annuity in money per fourth sad tvinlr-Blx second artsrle tie tr twentieth ttuptcmber War seventh ot twenty initalmenta for the support oan ouventh article treaty of June ninth, eighteen ty.4our-te&tboiiafld dollars. ,Onk-pah-p&h ofDaec t0UtFor

; tats ogoitsoae hauirad and ten. Ujuuaau4noaftiraaUai UUofai treaty arnnth Auga-4, evenleaa hundred and eighteen hundred Mid tvrnty- igbt, and lounlnlcle ofricultunil and induatdot school, nnd for pay 01 hundred and sixty-throe (to be- paid in gold! For thu amount for the PefflWna landol first of twenty nitatmcntas- being thirty
*. uiwty, and fis.ll si-tiehi treats seventh Augur oiirhl trorty twentysen'Olh O iubcr,vl btorji hundred tevhoro, per eleventh arlicla treaty Uilrty.Sr aouarjunhteen the pleww iif th President, for each Indgeeir fiimily (thre bund-.
six hdndrcd cud dollar during r ,
hiuUml Sod afty-dx thja.aoJ toot "ixlytlre Chippewa
IrarparlnT> i>eatstxtbouauUdanai*. one fire hundred slid thirty-two five thousand ditlUr hundred and nny-ure, two thousand Sire hundred be raiuchwUclesMti
'- .Far pay of 1 ett to rapariatttkient at 81nt Loaia, lorUrv J Fir pormnupiit pnn ijiion Tortile payment of money; dollars. .- per third artJcto treaty October erond, eighteen to paid ,
Veuan.. *a*Utoaaond two btmiired doUoro. For paromfcrrt annuity In money per second article in boa utlobieao, iron unl ntvl, per rlliUmij For seventh of twenty instalments for auppirt of a flntlntdt end ether GutfeJfreteJ TrO n -To\ faundrod and sixty-three, and eoohd article snpptenentary the Interior may direct, ., p.,fon tl

For pav *f temporarr dark* bjr aaperinteadents ol treat* *txt* .|hJua .olUlcen hundred and two. ant Irra'trth ScpU'inKf, cl h-un htindmtonil tveotycl.liu smith and carpenter's hop, and to nmvide lie IKXI-MW the third of five instalments one hundred end Steely April twelve, eigttoen hundred treaty of October twentieth$SgiIigS han
b'Uaa attain, are tbauaud dullara. Mh south* fiatr oevstith Atucu.t eighteen hundn-i mid troth xnlol of ill- treaty of the Odd aaii ry tools therwlur, per elenntb artist treaty thirty-Hi dullara. and sutr-fire, for the fiscal
fur pay of ctark to uptrtntenJent'of Indian taln and fifty-4 /ihr thoawvl dollar vvnwi-D'h June, r luuco hundred and fortj- w,three 'annarji, vljhtcen DUudred sad nftj-Eve. five haadreiHultarA. twenty thousand ctullara.'lioinK the second so. ) and sixtr-funr fire thousand year .o.ite -

t IB CalikraU, one toouand ei jht hundred duUazi.T For prmwlrat anaiilty in rn-mey, par fourth nriiri, hundred dolrarn. rite, for beneficial objects, at the discretion of: For tho third of fifteen Instnlment 16 le expended thirtieth.eight.un hundred arj

T Far pay of lalarprvtcn twentr-elgUt Ihouund hmi v.51 Iwwntr-lbartit Jn.aoty, eUhu-en not I Flit pTin mvtit proriloa for three black hundred dollar*. twrntt-eiL.nd fifth artw'e treaty wvvnth Aim' ,., a.nn.iuiJl>e.mnmnl I.rel.h.n for Iron und HIM in tit of a black milth, mrpct'ter, tarrru, and pliyniciai par icoinseyi San Arcs Band of Dakota Jp
Fur present* la Indiana, fir* thoaund dallan. rqrble hJUnii sad fIht7-eIlTnitythfluatn4\ d.lLsrs. HIT tJiujM jr third unkltf te-aty ii per *Invent] July, tihI..ton bundled and fifty-five, firo thdu thorn with glum twine, cotton matter ca ,, Sioux.

Fur nrovuioa* far Indtaas, etureu Ibaiuaad rixh* For prryUiximt annuity far )MieVavi m I ndtsn', icu hbiulivd sad tirfn Hiix! ftrauid ai-tklii treat; anHe treaty tlilrthrjt Ja.i-.r.5htc-n huaitredani iwnd duH.irs blankoia sheeting flannels, prot-biona., first of twenty instalments. being thirty iku,

hundroi dallan. sad tw lAop sal ieut per *i hth in Me ;n'y twentvawthaojiiary IwiHiUfth ikiitcinber richici'ii hun.'r>xl and trou'j nftv-nve. four thounnd alx bindn daltnia. Fur kcrcnlh of instalmenU (ho cup- forming tools! and for such other useful article, to each lodge or fiunily (two Mj.lrej iuv0.

For tiulldinjrs at agencies aad rcpain thcnoL Ui tighten hundred and twew ix,ansI5ftb.e.tlc1. p tht, alit second arUole irs-ely tuoiityljth Jul;. A's In-Wiilla Caique, nnd tmr.llla TntxH-Foraw- twenty such othorua-fulpnrpooee as txdenmed ty Judges) to he paid in such articles aittoST
thousand dollara, tnaty seventh Au/tixt urrtTccn iunlm eighteen tnnilnvl sad Iweuty-nmc Ito lauuund ODhmdfvd ond uf five Inatalmcuta of uoud nertca, to be eiendu4] ;port of an agricultural and inJustrial s>:hoolkorping anil for may

For eonUntearie of tb* Indian department; tUrtj '*.ngtthua.trcdatid
six tluHuaadflvcbDiidrad dollars. .y annuity for lri i and ..tev4 far hnp. K ir Iron ant stvct. fit hundred and skty i do''jrn.Kjrfcrmincntproin ninth'.?une, eighteen huinhx and ufty-uve ax: siiilali'.c furniture, bookn.. intl s'atimirry, poi (our, eifl>t thousand dollars.Forthejlrrduf article of treaty of October twelfth, Utn*
For with pern'Wk article trri'r twvnliourtli Janusry e.jit. ljnfrtrnly tsrrcls ot selL per tht.tuituit, ,0it-j inataraent for lunJred and sixty-five for the fbx
fuUUllot treaty stipulations thsrsrkxub41sn Jilloun sam -al
Hlth article cinhlivii bun A.og
sixternth July v r .
Hatred aM t fifth cL.hto" ji- sets-nIh of twenty Instalment treaty
tribes: eo Iwenlr-Jx a v article t P.I'T oe* stood alticl of tre'y rrnly-muUl$ Ju'y r furthopas-'iianool -
I- Chasts Bcotoa and roipqua IodtaM.-For twdfll entti Anut,<1thte-n bimlrcii and fifty-aix, two bun .Ha 1,1.c.l and t outy-iiiiie f.u.-iiuOrud and&blrty-isct-n all aceewirTniiii lithuron unit nirehaiueil tool; nwdlines died and fifty-five, three hnndred d'llli.s. iiljxci tar the TembVa Kind of Chippewas. pet Jane thirtieth, eighteen hundred an! iirren tly.. .Xb

.f fifUcn bMtalmeati of annuttv. u> be exrna4ed sa dlncfd rd sad ftKTOiy dollar. t it ant und tIny orntKJ. .. -- cud Iw.jltal *tr u-s bnvka and .Utio-it.'ry for For st'fpiiih, of twenty tnstalnionls fur provid iht.d *rteisi>pploni<.>bta. ,t nitty twilffh April, < eight Ihotuand four hundrwl dul rs. -
tho IV-eiacnt. For prrmanmt annuIty for t'.e r.>7 of wU- wrl.-lit : luirti i,o , an I furul'uie fur the employee |M-T lourta att. four IhoikMinCdullar Yanktonai Cnd of Dakota
br pOF third aruchi treatr rbthlentb nlirh June, jog suitable! iimtrustors tben>fi< per filth orticli :rhtrea: hundied and aixtjluur or Socfitct
le tlghu-cn huudrud
ps-eitb.riIrIs% ii.rsty twin' -touilh J n -trtht. nil in. at tiv per iy-n um, per seventh uricof tnuiy anllUit-tin
%b.'c4 Nevwaber.djIIai. dghtetai hundred and Oftv-fuur, twi ear bua Irod and twanty-tt. ted nftji artii *ity .\r. i caiy '.f ilir Uii't and xtci.Uvnlh Jum, t liclitp
I _twulftk of ftee InItIIntI for the ofa r- roth Aal f"j- *. ..ihundrod 4.V.I and lurty-kx, tauty-twj ibouau.d uue lin--jv Fur neren h oi twenty in.te1tis-m's foe the > r and ty-five, one thouwnj ciglit hundred dulUrs. For third uf fifteen instalmrr.ts par atone each lodge of [orj fain" j4
k ftM attIce y dollara. in-l do IUjiitet.lirPitie1IlO ft. nl,.ire, rtf r I one UK rf nttindi.i.t of inning. ntt.ono > fur kre's- ih sieian who shall! filrnibtmudicino fitly lotlge} to .J.e '
te r1jIioontb N cumb.r 1"ut' seventh instalments nl.vksinith one
lit ,
| >
cjbI. ,,. twenty )
of I Itt firnti two trill MnrL
Laudiet For blacksmIth and iu-11 tu'. nn' < >-anl lei4.I tu- dut-iigIhepea e r. ne mit ine vrn ton arr -I
.. rn Fur twelfth 4 of Uly Alleea fam inatalmcnts, oo, thovin4< JoIi.of vine the pleasure of the et, -t. tif.It arilc* realy] I-\i.l l.'ii., p-: third iini.b T rsly tlilruvn li Ufi\ :. oii'h. uiak.T, nieur|.! .iiterantj>iner| line pi i.iciatu, leg in repair b'.nckcinutbash'sn add gtlummhIut', for tho sick, une miller, and ono form. V Secretary"" !. t1 s-i-i

I BMdidaea, and erncnw of car* jr of pjy tlm nkx/pr phrslrtaa fourteenth Februirr. iiitwt li'uil i ant iiu t; tire hun I I-v-il and Hi ry-tht-, .im th iu.n tluiM-4. ce-I tan t |pier fourth nilhlelimty inn'li Jinitijli'aen t-tiuit-tttetiu', and wagon and plough mtl--ra' !_#, per fourth irtiilosupplcmpniary April! .orth_- s-ti,
r' three and flub article tue.yren'l.. Aur'wx e* :li'.x-i \.a UN<-kvtnih aii'l iw-ittiuit. ,haj and \ *** and twelfth eighteen sixty-four
it'ty.rgbwouut uvember ,
eixhta ,
5 *5 & huh s'lupx, providing tteetn.ary ,
hun Ind and nlty-tdx elgat hut Ir'1 au f >nv d i Ur- 13 1 twl KIT >.hi dusted Ibv I.I-MII v,if Ito rts-stdeiit \ i -Irisi 44luu.Fits
a Fur d aad nrtv-iaur, an* tluuaind five hunJreU dullare. For loin and l-l for si or d *rut abe )i'e4-iiro' uf tin <;[ thntt itulu tnaty ilit.uvii h Mjr. cw u.s-u buu nven'h of twen-y itiiMlirenindirthn MT ofrac'"f fifth iir'.iL-ln ticAty ixte.,nth July, eighteen thousand nine hundred dollara. et1 jjie

:,. $lid purch twain* at of fifteen books hwtalmnita and fir par of Ixaciion FrMi ten, per filth or II.I* tr-a-y fimrn-nth F.thirtytjhtece las-il ,ie.l iir-hr.r, ens. this-is-i-nd and piety d..Inirs.Fr tlw U.J rlilc-fi otlilr Wa'lj'' -Wills, t'lju*', st.l hundred and fity-ti\V! fit hupdrcd dolhitra. For third of fifteen instalments fur tho put- sixty

,ijr tiehti-en'h* Jforrmber etatianorr, per fifth articjitr hundred awl ih.riylu-v. ui.d ito n-tide tr>* t inn-r ,umnx tTis pica are vt tOe r1---at. per I'wtulu liands the sit,,. ol nv< liuitlie.1 d l.u br 10- For SKXt-nth of instalment for thr emliliiyiiunt chase of iron and steel, and other articles for *
ngfauirn bnadnd and tvcnty
ty aimnth Auju rirbiot-n hued e I and flllix, ifibandrvl hrd umc *r* I'v4ua- r, one thousand two hundred duthiri.4Mppe.r ant auventy itiilnra. j.i-l lliiu.i-'lirw, f x huinlnsi do lur% -;-i-J and tul.yttsour.' ihou-anl Iinnuti.htolLetd of two farmers two millers,ono black kstr.ithing purposes, per fourth article sup- e

$. af imtalneata Led enperlor.-For two thinle of bwe For woxon m ikw during the pie inarc of tu> 1'mu 12 slur ILvtr Yst It.lrtinn'hm oltutn abutment Viirvenih of tam'sIiuibu- a lor .rts-y for tB ni'h. one tiniirr, alit tinsmith, one carpenter, I Irtnentary treaty April twelfth, eighteen hun -Fir first of t* In I

.. IwcoIyflv.founh tn moouv, prr lunnh artLjiliualr dent, por filth anne trout fnorUv h KclJoary, .iI3ht. Inhi nl3t' ela'lunz, fa.-ulac uu-ikil an.! .:o le, ;HI'.ilid -on of ritvpUKotos-raux, \rr tiflh *itir 'runy ninth iti.1 and h tnak-r fifth ar dm and iixty-fuur one' thousand five hundred such articles _. I
t Oc'ober. eljbieen bnndrod and ,, one wnqfnn pluu per 1nt.r..
forty-two. $ u e'IiIs-tn biji ln ind ttltlieIOhs
sun hundred and turty-tfirrf and ii th aitie e trwai) u iwV InMir tooth $s.l.'tIn'ie.| cujMiv.i: h>idrhun.tA I < t< dusdTd deli !- *
aud *ihtb article try thHtieUi September, eighteen i_ lulu sixteenth ei htnen hundrcx *. may direct. M 1i.- .,e of
seventh Augoit, vlghtnrn bJii Ir.-J sad& ty-aix, sill liiuidred l JU'J y-lluYU.two lliojnaiMl nn l.unv.-d 4 i t. ni g tmity .July, duljar treaty o{
kaadrrd aad flr.-tour. eight thoaajjid three bandied dollara. %'sks.n-t Kitlox-riv ond of fist In-Mlment\c eel IlKy-Cvo, seven thousand four hundred do! Fur thin of fifteen insta'.ments, to oe expand October twenty -eiihtoMi hundred and
vi tbirtv-thre*dallan and thiitrHbree. conu. her oMl-toiioo in asr -y'torat oTTI.i during tin Lr.St i add Fete of Mlndii-rp 4-For JhTntonrrt i>nn Jly lt t.t rua. ftn tf-m f.r-tl .,'ijis-l a* 'bw--tei ctl.i and other sixty-fire for tf. tutal
Jot fur eaqientorin ending Juts
iiiTTi f pf-J'"tliit1 rbn "f nnr n i i Miasa pVa ure of the per lU iit t all *.e tn i'y ttetityftiurth Ui-J. ,.i-otaur | Ut tiiiM anr.e tiIlitid icnixr I" c I !, n'. ;i-r haul I irlh t .-si) liuiit hJui -, ei lin lint.Kur ; purposes, per year thir-
; f uih tirtuher.'S e.i-pen'rro hundred, per fourth snide treati Januaryiijhtotn huiuurt ai.1 Iweuty.iix, > il UUwn hmillvd and hui on tlu.u.unl Mm le .ind .ini-iin. iht I r o u-ouil ulti! >. fcicnth of twenty instalments fnr keep fourth articeupplomcn1ary! treaty April twelfth unit, eiijtiteon hundred and sUty-acteu, ten

i_htb srttcl tr.-uy eighuvn thirtieth Sepf. and iiSor fjrty-two eighteen,baa and and ftffh *rt-i* treaty onrtntih Anu, viUci.-a( Imudn ilt.iri>. r'i -ve. lit) of usrutsPaui! rn-el. rtv ihe .uIort ut mi; itt rupair saw and lU>nnnj{ mills, and fur eighteen hundred and sixty-four, one thousand thousand dollars.

4 <1 ana fifty. rr.crrht hundred dollar, -I and fiftylx, two tboawnd du'Lira. For in crc4 na two bun I.sI tliiis ind d ''Ui, at Sir f<> lo iii o! -lii<-ni, in if an >1 anmpil furni hing thp nre<**iry tiiols and fixture there dollars. O GallaU Band of Dakota or &oux In-Vans ;
-1. Fur eduoition d inn* tu- pkM uir cf tlie Tret 1.-a* pet tea:ma, pnri -ond ,tlietIlealy tat-alH .l Ilkttwr t 1 1 rlrwi.Li.l'i_ in n-pju ,--,1 bintllr i. ant
For, two ourtti lUediof W of twenty-Ore talmecta iioida par fifth artitde trees> fvui cnfh IVimry. elehu eighteen bjnJtvU and ia r y-j t'ih ttu Hi* u and.InIters ir prl ilrirf f lti.lI.h&uttls-s-jjg, ., aul .tsti.wiery. I l-.r, |K-r tilth article treaty mxtn' tb July! eiihtiYii For third of fifteen instalments, to defray the -For first of twenty instilment, ti ba IMII! ra

tundred.per and forty-two artWe treaty 1 fourth October, eighteen hundred anil thirty-throe, and fifh nrttiue treaty nneath p--. SPIt a'tje'e heisty uviithuue.. titfiiuvuuundu i sail hundind and fifty-fit, five hundred dollar uppruK of a board of risituis, 'ocoauet of not such articles* the Swreiai v <.f the t-4

tetb &ip.eibee, etghleen, on bandied rsghth and arti-le fIy.tour treaty, thu v.n l, eighteen LuiKlKd rni fiay-nx, one thuustn Ft.; iaUri-M on eight huuJrt IhonsuM d 'I dollnrit. Sv cuum. p .n-lc t-i ly eta-scott.: 11.1. *tr j-* ith at (w-ni lu tatni-!ja for he irfdnvmivtof -
%beu.awt daIlar. pT
Fur tw thuds For fire per oentara lnert-st on two hundred tlinnmnQollara h-, elhtetnt| buadiTd and forty-twu. forty te.usatnl uimfnlefMint of iv t hinz nnd two tactiip FIT srrfnth of twenty instilments ft-r keep unity payment of the Mid Chippewa Indians, October twenty-eighth eighteen jmndn-d sail

-- th.-.ppott* of achoola of hut, of twentyfir f lurtfi rUO* for for parpo D of edO mtitm, tier-siXth article tfvaty d>lln .. p-rn-h iOu- trirv ninth Ian.. egihuteesu I undre..Tlufillre. in; in n-jmir tin hmplUl; ) and proridin the whose salary shell not exceed five dollars fe sixty-five for the fiscal year ending Jane thirtieth .'

October per treaty fourth seventh Au mt, eighteen hjudnd and &P.y*nhuttdre.1 thnv Hi n-v'S II. p mdod .Muu mi'iicinos and furniture tbertfw than day and fen cent eighteen handsel and sixtj-jcten
tlj'.teen and furrr-two, and eighth ar- -nnary pr Jay, nor more twenty ten
For HU bus .
tb meant do'bira. a.nt ti.t)* rrD tii .n4 four huiid.tHl Iubi! -ti's lu IIL.t.l fir ttu mpli$ '
Si 'r Wrtl.Ha SeptemlMr, *%blm>a hnmlred and( fifth at-title tn-aty sixti>erith July,eiifhtwn hun mile for travelling- and not to excted ihuuMnu dolLtra. fl
.- L7-JUt0fletbobaui4 Jotewarcr.-l'or life annul to cili-f, per private aitle'e at Sir vt ti'otiim undrrtticdiKvtion .iI litf lit d l: mntol nt'fl.olrnI! | if u uug saul Iwn :\ KIT-. expertises
4oU;! and thirty-throe cent three. hundred sad thlrty-Uu to aupplcmeitol trnty twentt--fi i4eltenIorr. ir irt Hi 1 .i.tiii truily tweet*nivt I let jh-T. 11451-! > r mtl.r! t..i lUnct-mi:) mc II.i-it- -, .n i butt Jrel and filty-litu, thn. hundml dullar throe hundred miles, prr aixtn articlo treaty; Dtikota tsr SiootFor expert of trjrujxirt.

For two Ihtrda of hut of twenty-firs ioaUlnmits for eighteen hundred and teen'y.utne. to tnti of thin tort ant tu.- jen, Soiwi tlH>a atid 141,1 IIUL -'ta a-p.-iIbersd oui wuai ati-t p< uelt mr, prittth For ,M v nta of twenty instalmuntg fur pay of CXtubcr second, n'jbtoon handrel and sixty jog and d..4ivs-ringarticlea furnished Lw India, ton
hundred aol l.tccn kuujiwdollara. nnl Ji IK n ir i J ..'l.a hundi"t arid
( one .1 ie
ry t
Lttitiorgittaun dd a.i t--es-ntrd-iI or.
the C.r"4 two b rnets i P ? *urtU article nmty fourth &.rnluotUs.-l-U. the Ia4 often imilml fur it.. ilt.-ore. Mine thon ni| tnui i-.4t.-I lIlan. a pht
: JMrSJ treaty sight-en\clrtkUi"" drt<1 and f'-rty-two aid eiihth or- For interest on for'r-lx "hrj.ind aa I eUr'itr iVi'Ian .liport '1 J ,tts- ;-* i t ,r--t- in ii> w-.-_ .h I IAuth. For erifitii of tn-IK, uiAiinniiiB Air a-'iit.. < Ian eitltrs-n: hundred and fifty-live one thousand For insurance and tHaajHirtation of annuity nude at Fort Sully in October eighteen h.i.idred -

Bf.y-fow. six haadnd Beptember and, *ixtv-ix, cijthteeu duUiu hunilrud and and at five p-r centum, heinz the .r.slue fif thut>- is sIons .', huudrt I a d Uitr- uc. turw tb *u a.iKurthebit 'ut a.iw und li Jirin/' milanl.,. lei- funtinbln1)* n*- fu hundred, ilulUi i>oods and |>roru on, and material for building( and sixty-live, twenty th uuid lo Ur .
aixty of mud W iii cMhtecu him Irxil itid --.5.rc herb l an- fit jr ir uli'i solic.< real ninllJ ,
: ek' *rreti cent*. at aprt truly Fur neri'nth uf twonlr inntalm, tir keeping cull. im-liKling iron and steel for Bois Foil Vnof Ch.ppuwa: [Indimij.To
twenty-nine far *durcili per K .f> mmlution oh otirt-idohtornt. fur a.--rl ai- une, eL-1tea tuo l.-il nail afiy.fitu, lira boa 1ml dul machinery
Ue**" 1w.lUr4g of of laM of twenty-fir tobsccu.* Imrtalaenti fr January niaiicnth etKhtcm nun lni and tuirty-e>trhi. .latnncc. wr tightit erich tivoty .rr--iuh ttupnt, elgt- tare in repair the building niuirvd| fur tlm T*. bUck-smitbs, fur the Chippowas of Red Lake enable tha President of the Unite t St ite* to f

: dftnalr p rermae fourth prmnstaua Odarjrr and hundred per (fuurt and artl- and fl'Ui arti"le treatMat find! eighteen hundred end iad dot... rivra-venta of trenty ifwtafrn-n a PT keeping In rvar nuns rmplujes. and furnishing Mtttr {ami and TembinA tribe, ten thuusand Jollirs.a'ttltm apart rc->rvation for the hits Fri bad of
eighteen fjrtv liityu (four), two taou.uid taro bandied and four For tin Lint nl ten Iu *amul4 lot the Mrftlxnt at the. KVIUI. ii..l jn .\i inu nr is-cr-s..-) in dl IM
-twa. sa eijth l arttcl IhlrtU-lil 8.- turn thin fur, fifth article treaty sixteenth Beaus cf bhathonm. Fur third of Chippewa Indiana, as protub-d in urtic'a
trusty ]>tomberJt dollun.Iowa". untitb alit nuthV' ph,1., (wroi'Uth oni le trebly 941fn'h and astnrw ('wtsf.t.-rIiti'! .s-- ti >ai> talniN JumiH per !ti: ,1,
fcuadrad lteen and hundred and fifty-four one thoannd three. .-Far Intermit in lieu of Invca'inmt an fifty of Aujvrt, rlghtcn hundred and lu-n ilcfin huntlnvi slut n-i;--lii,.. hr. h .ndir-ldn lar-. July, ci. htu-a hundrni and fifty-five, throe bun twenty tnalalmnnts, to bo expendtxi un.ltr the treaty of April seventh, ei htexit huadrod aid

For twelfth thirty-three of dollars and tbu-ytliroe eent.. ,even thousand eve hDUil,vd da lnr Uticenf ems. hundred tbuu-ad lao huuurrd doha.. F_i_ aeventb nf tw >n v uIi.'it.--u. d* ills |> \ of a 1 1 ml U dlus. .lirtcthin of the 1'reaidcut the purchase of suet sxtr-ix! one thoiiaind dollars
twenty iwtalmentji in coin, per fuurtl thou-and! ate hundred iloiiara. In liundxd and G> b'UK-Hti, |55's- Mh; irlci' t.jntflh June. eMiitni CaFor
and tlfty-ntven Fur five cvninm lots-rest oa tar.i
article trmty tkutioth September,eighteen hundred and the fist of J uly, ei/huvn Imailrtvl sod aix>ylx.. at fin tucand dti'lar per lo br loud C' aunuity, ptu fit bib urtlt .ndmi alkl &C)-ttte, .t.OU-aml lnur hi,:ndn- l doff Fur n-VKiith f twenty instalmrntsfurlhopit; article as ho may deem suitalilu to thoir wi ntsctllier the eroc-li >nof on* his, k-.m't'i sho ai

-, fiTv-four, five thousand dullar. per centum per anuum lor educHtioo nr o'ier! b*-ui- dapurpuiHM > treaty i4rrnth ot Aueu-i. riifliutn Lkudrtd tt. I r uf esirh of tho hosiil chick of I tbo Fl tlie.t'1, K'xile a* hunters herdsmen, per aexenthar per third article treaty of April Mveufi en

,-- Yee Iwdftb*, ant of twenty.uU-nalla Inetalinent. in hal.luraltur tn.trr the raoklog per fourth artLIu treaty] Ucla lum nntB, ai.-lite.-n huittr.d tiuudo-l tilt. tit. usi.I 'l} tin hid dnj n>|i.inM lot tu >ai-luit
and article tre ly ier For intrrr on two au i eiuj wyoii
sixtoi'iith civrhto'n hnndrv erection of
thirtieth Septembnr, eighteen hundred nut tirty-faui. d UN 'lii th fi-itr. artu lutrvaly July fixty-thn fivu hundred dolUrs.HitttrH For the a *-h l-ho-.s ; a.
IIIMII ne IherrMr tt c
and thlrtv--Igtit,sod ninth article treaty MJX Kntiletnth Iar, at ur, p 'r cru'uin. to bw pal t a< sufluty. tbIt < i.v pe
trht thou ind dollar efttilcco huudn-u Mild nrty-foar tao thouaani lot toter-I ib.Hrbitlnnvf et'hih a.ikn tisat lit iutkPu'l'.nir- dir. vuMeen humlnd as-il< and fill yfive.. Efievn bunin-! dolinn.Cofflrrtnl Jltndt rf Aao$ ->"crt -Fur third of third article treaty of April sovm-h. vg .r..ei.u

deeentii Fer twehta and of eattl twenty instalments for tin right hundred and ov mtt-ave dollai*.- ,wnth 1000.1, cl4tiU-n hundred aud ul >-MX, t.tnvIb 1 i-Sre Ilu.or ha > l di4 Tnkr and Rpmb if Mvna in JIllt" twenty iia'almrnts, tn bu expeti'loil under the hundred and sixty-six five h.mdrvd d AMI
earnentere' and other too1. and< l lu lieu ol U.aitment two '-'irivir i h ui I'm y 11,- auacnta for the n ii'uI
InuiT on in'iid
Kiuan.-For tire lien tsrillu oryl
LqlIdln1 make-mi. fcortii -r. < n. -Kur second office inetalrm nt., soeond hrmtion of the I'roident in the Fur the erertiun of eight h-nutx tur -tiiusta
t. pee article treaty tbiruetl hundred thnaamd dollar at five |rrmituiu pita. H.-autut.- For pemuiiMitt nnuul'y In . i Is-r TO tit p.-orn aethie cr14 o 'I.-s-, .- Iris-me mil bmi,!. ci s-gee purihasoosiu.h < ,
.peniber.tdglitecn hundred and fifty-tour, three thou In tefl. mivr! l I In. bent ehl bnti ens-i.e. uf nix thoit-nnl! fur deuSfinubjnts. aitiili'Sss be dorm suitable their third article vf
,- flute, p.r aeeond article uvatyJnnuaiy (>art ui-nlit'i itt itfin rLi hUin ,inole-d n <- per aru may to | er treaty April entn *<:v

land *twelfth nuara.For of hundred and fortr-dlx, ton tb unnd dollanKiekapKM ao 1 anon 4 i, five bnsIrsl 'luIstFurIetUlt1lttaIlflUi' e C tmtv i..taI 1 nlra bnndrod and uny-tiv. at theilncrc' of the I'twiili-nt, pftvfaa wants, either sit .inters hrrds-nen.. per fifth eon hnndred and xty-aix: three tiji.uuTUwo sot
twenty iruulmcnta for tn.iral and< edueatraaal thirteenth in. aloiettt of iirercut at tie* huulrvl u F.H- fcmrih alter
lu *, r
ups-el. }p. \ urtu-l June pi ht4
t punojes three hundred dollars of which > treaty twrnty-fitth ; i ihumtml trtHlo treaty July aocnml, eujhteon hundred am hundred dolbvis.
k> ha fivaperaentam. oa one bunirel tsnusd d t..r tnmty .. -\.-ntwuth neptuti's.-r. tfiuhuYti and
paid to lie Oraod I'oru band yearly to enable then educational and nthtt bawd utt purponpv .rc sod cirlite- i*, tire hiiudiv-i|.IoIu-:l *. _ViI'sire lH.huu.-Var Moindof flee liplal- and finy-fivn, six thousand ilolUra.Fm -.ixty-tlirrv tiiuuaitnd dullars.XMtetitm Fur the ereouon rf an agencY building .ijstorehoote.

trent to auintotn thirtieth a acbool at their rUIago | r foUrth orf-i article truly May ,-i-iirhtevnth, cUbv.t-n hunted and F*i M.tcn0nit and aiirbaIii,.hup and* ml#, atil 1 u.n ments of sii-ond w-rh-s lor tieiii.atjal ubjw tn, ad.acret seventh of fifttrn instalmmls lor pay anti IlanJt tf tIatimft*.-VuT third of as | r third ariclu't.rati of Apnl

fcur,,there thoannd September dollar, cignteca hundred and fiflr- fijtr- uur. ties thonaand do1! ir*.twa bandied C-ormni and 6t.vl .luring the p i** Inavilmaiit on anjttf lh
For thliKoath nnh tuontr- Esbruary.itt to
For twelfth of twenty Inaial menta for alx nnltha and dollars, to be poll In eight ran bandnd and nistr-* .Yen, htnidrcd<) an t lhirly-uno treaty one ihoawiid; an 1 a xry oltr June eleventh, ri hiM-n hundred und Uttylivo unIt wagon and plough maker, per mrth artivltmuty direction of the President, in the purchase of thousand dollars.

: aaaalaata pcreecond and Bfih ajtiektreaty thtrtietleptewiuer per second art! ie treaty ewhteeaih Moy. ughbvn hun eijhl thou in 1 doUara. twenjy-udh Juno eighteen hundrnd amfiflvCte stuck article ax ho uney deem suitable to then For first of twenty Instalment*, for thn sip-

sand and forty,ei hu dollara.>ea bandied and flfty-foor live taou drod and fifty-lour.-For seven eleventh of twelve di'UracnomimoM. !' lu-u'mrnU-. fr fourth For mill nii-Ji T JurlnK treaty th twmy.-iH>. plnuura il of}the.brsety Tn-.,lU cl' r..--. For setenth of twenty instalments fir the sup three thiinmtnd five hundred dollars. wants, cither as hunters hfrdgmen, per third port of one blacksmith and asruttrt until &,t

t t For twelfth of twenty hutolment* fir the va-rnort oalx continuing alL! kacplni; up n U lolmmtih ah ip eel r>r.vidlnf .>- and thirty-on, sin h la-lnMl iktl ir*. |port of two schools! tune <>f which to lx an ngn Fur snventh of twenty instalments for pay; urticle treaty July thirtieth, eighteen hundred touts, iron, and steel and other A.title* noreg-a. le

smlthV shops, per second and flf.h articlaa treaty th usual quantity of Iron an'l! uBcU per fourth S.-o..ormn of N>*r VwlKir |ps-x-mtIia .1 uinnhsIn cultural and industtial xhool, keeping in lemitehoil and mihsU'ence of ono fhj sician. ono sawyer, and sixty-three, fire thousand dollar ry for the blacksmith shop, as (n-r third .ertcte

thirtieth* thoiMutd September three hundred,eurhu m and hundred dolUra.and fiftyfouru artIcle treaty eiihteiuiib X-tubrr,eighteen hun-lrH ant ll-a of tntme on 't twenty torty-etglit, and laird aru le Ir.iity tvclllh Ua>, ei ; Fur tenth of twenty instalments far the seventh aaitl and fifty-lour ohio bu idrod and s.x eiuoUara rv*. Uioka, and atatioi.ett: | ir till). aitit-lu tre&t; *. and line srhrxil-'Liacbcr, per fourth as-ti- inhtahnints to be expended under the direr. sixty-six, fur the fiscal year en imz Jan thirty

sod aodotant, and *upurt of chops, per second and and alxty-aix cent For intitr in It n of Invt a'mimt. on .ienty-fh ttlo.'enth June( vihlotzi bnndrvd and hfty-titt, ole troaty twenty-fifth Juno, eighteen hundred inn of the, l'roiidttat, in the purchase of loci eighteen hnndm] and sixty-evea,one thoouad

*fth artidee tmty thirtieth Hcpteni'''or dial of tOtem ini'ratnta of annuity upon two aouind d .bua, at tIre per nfittuinc an .>t l .*uueriuuh &/<. hun lru-l itlars. and tilty-ITve, bra thoibaad six hundred dul articles, including cattle for bcrlinr or otherlUsP fire hundred dollars.
and sad fifty-four, one thousand and dullarv
alxty hundred sad duty-two tli'iuont six hnulr.-J and "ijHtyx .Tuni% ebjbtM turn Ind niu rtyiz, three .
For anpport of a smith, usutant. and shop for the dollar tw ecMion of Undo per third act-e.e treaty thousand 'ew 11 hund-ed and Silt dollat*. For wxeiiih of Itttmty intutrluns-tuta (ut tlt' om lira *, as ho shall dtem suitable for thai Fur tint of twenty tnsttlmorts for the *i[>-
Bjia Fort bond during the pica-are of the rmMtmi trv.1 ant I ami d ,1 Irtitioitoiono SJ' vnnEi'tidiMit of tcacliin.! an.o Fur M>r nth of twenty instalments fur
Jiiy twelfth eighteen nun- 'ii- For loot -*-t, at nrw Caution, on luiij-thnH thotan pay wants and condition, either as huntsmen 01hcrdamon portof one school leather, and for nn mh <<- fbi
per twelfth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen ate amendment thorrto. uttocn thoaun one hua Innl < < )
lamarad ppr treaty $
tbouaand and dullara per trmijof
fifty-foar. one nx y and eevrnty-nlne dollars and iii e-nIt. I'ntttd "(.it** tneaaan*, ier 151 .1 i tas-ntt-s.-ss-nh
| and la'ol I lia-i'lrt KT' mrth article .
liun thrust ihuiiitiul ,
for of eglit& f support two mrmera for the BuuForU Land For eer! mth of liSbon in<-- liniHita for pay of mill.-r Jun ,rjjli wn huml.M and farty ti two tlimiand on [twtlliheiihtnrn hundred and ixty April sereith, etghtven hundred and atta.bosix.

flunar tbo plaamm of UM rrmldccl per twelfth etUde wr third article tp-aty twelfth May eit.tor-n Stein liosi hnndr l end n'ty-two Julius and tir y c< nt*. too huiidnj dollin! lilly June, eighteen hunjrec-1 and fllty-fivp, fivliumlrod three, one thousand dollar. for the year ending June thirty, s-ib. Qtd

., t .treaty Inur thirUoth Ueptembright hundred sad fifiy. and finy-fbur, alx Imndn-d aoll ra. 8 tMWi8 and Hba nwt -Fur (l's-flZi'IWt nnntilly I In For u-vi-ntliiil twi-ntv instalments tor kn';pin; dollars Creek .V.rlious.-For interest on two hundred teen hundxud and sixty-Mneo eight hunJird
one theaaad hundred ,
two dollara. Mutinies uf K'ness-V pcrmvi-nt prnlMion for fourth HTtoV trvi* at-%ciiut'itli c* AM
I., r >
sit-c p> } picm in repair bixikdiiutlia'. tinsmiths', guitii.uuith'. MM JsJLrnsF.r seventh of loa inst.tlmnnl
For rrataibe* lev the pnrpoao of quieting the claim blacksmIth and andniant. and iron and tnl for ahop, thzh'oi-ii bundrmi and ,t'irfluix, our tttunaus-l , thousand dollars, at five per centum per annum, dollars.
i of tb* to* d* FlambcM bond of Ohippcwoa. lur an inlereet per fifth article tn-a'y sixth <) otvr, cl 5h>eu hundred: Fur bl u'k anti aosoait. shop nod tool*, eel 1 iron i nri >iitcrs ,and u.i, .innn liou| | litn iketaViuprtnd Sir Loppin; in rrpmir aiaaol flouting mills am as permanent annuity to be paid them in money, Fur'first of twenty instalments for the instruction s

j KuU I* the lands ended to the United Bute by the and eliihtix-n. and fourth artiste treaty J one Shill, elititeen and twl fair *bop,dunitj the pliraiure oi tb- I'r.-*iiet> for piut lump; nit ewktty tools Ihpiffoi. |<- her the piv nf nmssirv; ( mpltijes, the benefit nr for sue h merhffnical labor or useful articlesnitne of the Indians in farming, and
Pan band ef Chippewa Indlant, thrue thousand hundred and Uttfour nice tiun.lrvd sad lucty dollor. fourth artl'Jo ivrnlwth July i-i.h.-et. bur. par.
per treaty ifih iti-ttcl tn.ity dollart. Sucietary from time to chase of srvcls tools and
may sof'Ht\a3 perthu.d
and d Ujrar
.. arpi 4iid xhirtHIQP, emu then.and six ly >
Dhtpnvwosof the pph-For one third of bt.St Irel I and Mty-lixc, jive )hutiiirnd dollai*. lu'uli, pt>r MTCIII 1 arlii !Iii treaty enty-fin
Vat perminimt provision for miller in Man of can. Jiawnw *-Fur |>-ml n iit nnn'iitv l
dent twenty-five? fourth Oclobor tnttalmeata eighteen in luonry hunlrrd, per ant fourth anlcli. amliHi per fifth arfevl!* tnMtjr alvth (October eKchteiihantrwland JHT I till aril l ti treaty Hurl _Auuti.l KCIIItetn 1'or ant s-Itt Ii uf Iwunty inslitltiiiitita fur the rmplu Do nmbfir. ei4ittit'ui hundred and fifty-five, one third, eighteen hundred and stxty-thrro, aaammidcd dna and sixty-six, for the fiscal year ettr;
handrud and uiDKty-Srr, and third uTuk ti.aiIslit' of uf thuUinnd htu dun Ircd lullir
fin4 article >nutnniti'iit tui-min ,
ono .
vurlitecn treaty twentj-tturi \ supt ? am'wo duiUrs.
eighth article 4raatr thirtrt-th tV-pfc-mbcr. eixhteri by ifcnate, ten thousand June thirtieth eighteen hundred and
Mav, wghtwtn htindiisi and -Iuuroai thou-
t'Mter. elgbttf.-a hundred and thirtv-fnar. ami fourtl, > Lit-mrs-a two miU-i.! txv > huIt.-kstijjtlup Fur anvpnth of ten insla'.mnnts for the
and flltylburour thonnnd one hundred and i.iu ptvof For of third of
ttftb. June eighteen hunJred and and dollar*. payment flue insUlmpnts, to en, eight hundred dollars.
*my-tx dollars and sixtr-Mrea cents. article six hundred treaty dollar. flfty-fmu For thut.itlth tilmont of Intrrrat at fhp PIT err. .litter, one irjikinith) ono tarpmtcr, ami .,n'.sig.nt a <-ii-;;<"titcr and joiner to aid la erecting tiiiljmgi lie expended for their benefit in the purchase ol Fur first ot twenty inaUlmmti of annuity m
For one third oflaat oftwraty-five iaatolmniU fotV thou-anJ dollar turn, on forty thot.aiid fumtUiUn. }NT thir and 'i aw'-pr tilth ticln ti- an-h I muling lurniture fur paul nduuis and
Pot tutcm on fifty nt five per eentarofuf plou (K-r ai at) stock horses and
pay of tworapieaten, parfonrtb article treaty fourth tntinstreoiv tt'lith May, ci Iitt rn bunilicvl oniclt). shpep. clothing such other money, tu b paid p c capi a, its (lerthir-lnli{
.4utloaai purp .sa, ptthird article trenti ( -'lt-tt'itth JUIK- eigb't'c-zt hniidic l a'nl to lurnigh tooL in said service sorotid arti.lf -
O inter,eighteen hundred and forry-two, and cix'i'h' art lilty-Hte,, per articlo the of
filth June, eLhteen hundtvd aai flfry-four, Ia-i thuu'and fulirt two iltfiuMtml d ill uv. as Secretary the Interior, with the cle treaty of Apnl seventh, wghtvei ha i.bvd
fl 4* treaty thirtieth 8eitembrr| eighteea hundred sod five bnndred doli-ir For pi'rmanont annuity let education! pnrpo1, pc .nun tiiocmnd lour liun.lit-l dullurs treaty t vnl\-lirdt DonimUT, eighteen bun.irrd council of said nation may direct, per fourth and swty-aix. fur the fiscal ending Jus
four dolioro.Foroa year
hundred For seventh of twenty inattltnnnU upon two nundrd fourth article treaty tu ul>-nlniti th1.trrntsrlrhtts'si For nfinnthof tttenit umt t'meiits! fur k rpIU fitti -fitp, two tliominj dollnrs. article third
hundred thirtieth
third of Lut of twenty-five InatalraenU In treaty September eighteen eijhtean bandied ant em
Snndr and witmuYti., attd third am c tiTntt teutMav sixty-( ,
r iki eii, per foarth article treaty fourth U*ober rIhrenm4red thousand dollars per third stIck! treaty fitli Jailfei ; ; in repair vow used Ili..r.nmill, and !Ii r Inrnulling Fur par of tiuthers tn manual labor school, and amended three
ansi th 'itfhttt.n hundred ann fl'ly-ftiur, tao lti.muji sixty-three, a* by Senate, forty thousand fire hundred dollars.
liunitrod fily-uar, acute and and arlMo Ihirtljth ,;btoeit the istih 1 fir all ma'eria's Ihwcfur and fur
forty-two, eighth treaty hnndred dullara.sli do'1ar. iwrnsiry t' > s li.Mnrr-iht.I noiM aitrr the thousand dollar Fur first of twenty instalments of inproriaiona

th-nuoad SepUmber five bandied, eighteen dollar hundred. and ttftrfou.tlir..- inlo* of Indiana.--Tor Inti-n-ax nn tw* hundred Nix Xv.iorui ot Xrw 'os-hc.-Fr ptrmanfrjt annul! ,*r filth articln treaty lf>-ettth, ,''u-io. n, liUvriumlit fii'gintfiiee of the pupiU, per esrcondat-tiee! trenJy Ts-kgieeeha Jtinjcf l'tiMiuaw..-For the ammunition and tnbareo annuity
Uuuatnl two bunh'l and liiteveidollara Ind'itbingaiid OIWY nvrt.d a- tclc*, *>er math arttdin l anil, li-.iit.sL| t Ji>cinib"r hundred a> per
I ia-I I IWiHitv-ono > lilty-liw, fits doltirs enty-fin eighteen cod
7.w-nt* third of lad of twenty-Ore InaUlmcnte lor t.e -ttr oknnhiotrmkir.! 4crrtlnn him tied ui.1 mm third of ten instalments for the purchase of goods third article treaty of April serenth ri htnea
I sapport of achoota fourth artiole fimitb IXtnier. ., an 1 jhiy-fix ami- IIIttuVtltrd. at Hi JUT eenten For si'tiinth of invalini-ntii, for fifty-fin.: three thou*in I dullara.Qjt.ant ,
per treaty twenty
*Miami Indiana of lu'lUta per M..u' V anu-n; tv-1iMir( four thiraam (1St-! hnuUm ktUni. trader the direction of the Secretary of the Interior bundled Jid sixty- ix, for the fLed enhiutit -
I eighteen hundred and forty-two and cUlilli artie'c hissnl-Fee'IllrtrvnIh of Iwen. ill the h and the a mil/ Qm-bk-utc Indian For the year
I fmrttl article treaty fiah Jeer, tuhUjn hun t'eip.pas-Cuw} Cru'lt rojinir *] iiiiitiUing uc r -
ntent to per eighth article tnaty of October seventh June thirtieth eighteen handrai and
;, treaty thirtioti September, eighteen bun-lroi and -se -
-. thousand und ty in aJAnnt fn hUnkwt luthm0 pmtMottii. mij and! let tli.'n I fi st of four imttalmpiilson sixty
4r-d an-l ril\y-fc> ateYen ix') wadiil- jry iiiu-i title. I 'or, | er iitttirttlo twt-nty-fivelhuiwttind
dSi71.ur.dzh.odred and slxty-aix duIUr. aa4 Ji'lvrneenu. oightoeu hundred and andS thousand dollar
per third artidi treaty nlmrti-enth t.pti m -:, sixty-three, en, oo* *.
t- >cent -
S Ian and njtitr-nim olfxfinli Jutii' i'tthIrcn bundmtind d illurs! (bomaf the! fourth series) fur If-niHiia!
iiffhUipn buu.lrcd ani lie hnndred and littoiilnr treaty -njfto amendment of Jl.irrh For
t Ubmim fcel Ihrcr. -Var p..rsaas-nt aimty In finy-thrtc twentr-fifth, eighteen first of twentr instalments at annuity ingood
For one third of hut of twentv4Ivr inaUlmen'n for the' three htindrt I undur tint dnvvtiun of
ilni.arn .l.jrt-t.i. the rresidt'nt
Cfty-fiir | tos i-
leer hivriic.r trait ililrl! | hundred
otln-rwine Amaevealcva aud thoiuund dul- and
1ot tier sixty-four ten other articlea
imrcuaa* of sal tobocan fourth articli1ntT cot a. third article
prorltlnm per iret, in.r.J *>ij tim-tv-Cvf. flte hun In-. rmtwiira!* and CUlapnojjit, of Umtvjna Valk>?, On For sotrnth of tuuiilt iiisU'iiitu'ils tir pat of fourth' mtii-le tieaty July.nigbtcnn huailreon pep
i fourth October eiahtnuo kamlre l an I forty-twn gao.-hure.e-sm.l| ot ttt ii.vtainieols. ill the third M are treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and
and Jolters. : .t 'M sii-iail fifth Ii as-ti. lo It'll oli-tcut!h J i fifty-fhe., ono thnnaand ilulUrs.
eighth article thirtieth [ i'r v lIre
treaty Keplembjr, elxhu-a |
sIsof forbencitsil bt uliUdirvdtfd
annuttr *. tv he axp a. ixty-aix. for the fiscal -
aintl'v In irtvxl" or othurwi, eilbd For the third of five instalments to le ending June th rieth -
> -
Fur | applied year
b radra tn.ty l-rm- jhlxvn hundicd a-id bill) Inc. one, Fur Kronth of twenty instalments fur the and orttc treaty iy-Snrt fur the of agriculture and for the eighteen hundred and sizty-eren, six
nxty.seiaaeenuuFor Ir-irfnth uf NuirmhiT 'ttMn huudrvd 4114 fiu '-fuuiili of purpose ,
in.l H
anl five, tea hen and fiflv dnll --. lour bundrxd doiUrs. port an arnrnltnral and industrial school,
on* third of lout ef trenty-flre'm-nli fort piuxbiiio of fanning utensils and stock animals thousand fire handled dollar
thou I huadivd d dur
In -in ti-im > ,
annul utlwrelrithl
Knajl or ind
> peruitueiit y Fur or inKtilrnrnta fir for aititaU inMrnrtois.r tenth
jr pr rvnih puvof
the atrppart of two naHha1 sbona. Including the par uSS ruiu UJrtinb For twelfth iif nH !m inMAlmbnu for par of a phrsi.i twonty ks's-p. ( tenth artirlo October aucond To enable th. chk&s boHdinea, and warrior
inm Irmly July
repair oiglitrun
ani throe huridrH islan and! ;sirrb iwr of rnwlkiue prr*xlb unit tr -li i tog < tu.iloje -
buuored and delor. to establish
.-ithtenu D.W. 0-ty hundn-d and and Sunateamondsilent their people th* new mm-nt-
sixty-three apun
ner foarth artul* treaty lnrtb Ooiaber tighten hunted TU y-ninlh K'srhr'gbIern hunditd coil IIb- *, and for pntidttii; thn iiet'Ofiflary fit,iii- tiftr-live two thiiusand five hiiildrod illars. ,
and and el titb article thhtietlbepwiaber. thrretn ton thousand dollar lion, and to purchase useful artietrvand
forty-two treaty -
toe-. Isthioru.iuih deli.t. prment
i.qnalrPuyatup.nrd other Tribe* and Iti .U nIntiano. tur Ihcrcf.irr filtii artitlc tlorentli For seventh of innlalmpiits fur
; tagbtMa kondnrl and fifty-fjur.eix hua .-r'ortw- itli tu4alinq>Mn part payment fat Pot'tetfh of -t-oty mulin.iiU fir She pir i-f5 | .iraty twenty sup For the Unrd of ten instalment for the pnrcliane *, as per fourth article treaty of Ap.ft MV.enth .
0 gred sod afrtyrx do'Ian aad *ixty- rvca oanu. 'ps-tel and parch e o' lionl* and a'bMtetr. |5cc vtttli I unit, eighteen buadtvd and Hfij-Uxe, threw bun- port ol smith and carpenter shop, and to pmvid
rot third relluuma'im nl title ui'K tn W a:>pH! 1 la ben -for-ti cf praxis ons, under the direction of the eighteen hundred and n'ry- ous ela.ioftw.nv-bee Inialmentfnv rey t-fc4': lively Iw-ul-ernt Ii e'Ithtt in I. an It.1 drud UolUrs. lhon.-cvus.try tonic therefor ttnih article
of Iwoiuioen fourth article fourth Xtob icjfhtoea o ij PIT tbunh article trtaiy teiityl'b iMvm- )icr ot the Interior article ale amendnwat there' thirty thousand dn'.laTu .-,
per treatr and ty-tuar, thouaind tour hiindra.! and du -crelary per eighth -
J Intl
L hundred sad foCy-twn, and eighth sill le trr*. bee, elyhuex. hnndre-1 and litlj-fuor, twdvr hnndnxdolbtn. Fur noventh of I twenty tiia'almr-ntj for the f alary troatv ptt July.eigh'.een) hundred and tt-ty-ovn, treaty Uitohrr seventh, eighteen hundred and pay neeeaury traasporUrt uurt ubsu-t-

ty thirtieth September.ebrhte 9 hundred and finy. nu, rM'iiimh uf surh porson ns the Iriln- way M ieit to IKtieir the htindi-pd .lullara.
.- : For twelfth of lity ian'alin-a'a fur pay of m tras- p a. -Fjr inter Cl na one mlltlrm d IHr\ aixty-thnft. and enate amendment thereto ten race of the delegate who TR-itrd Wwhingtun
bra* hundred sad thirty-ihree dollar sad tuirty-Uirc. 'Is- funrtij a.tuii *Savrm- ; bf id chit lifth le clovmtliItute Fur OHVcnth uf instalments fur thrertiplo ,
tot, smith, phy- dui,esrenuleshonew, and awi tan.. p-sr r atb n. |T Is-rely |K>r arln trtaty twenty thousand dollart. for the of iMgutiabBg.. -
purpose treaty a
Far twelfth ef twenty tastolment* of annuity U moBT .. if arnionry p>r ni'.li huadied artlo ant IMM'JT lltt -$iw.r-*niy-ixl thun i lit- S-r. -l< ilct-a bun U-\J awl thlrtv-.-vtii, siSsy tbouwnidJUt4 ei htotin hundrt l and lilly-utr, lite bunJn ) incut ,,f a blaikamith, carpenter, aniltiirmr.r For insuRiiuo, trausportatiun. and general eighth article treaty of April svronth. eighteen, per
e.tabec.etAliioen > aix .iiu and furnish oral-
who ahull
pee third article tre*T twenty-mmnd > Ireil dollars.IgnaitsaEser \/tr tw.-n'irtb of thirty in aimmtj ot tOter.r.t mrl incidental of the of hundred and sixty-six tea tbotwaa-1 dollarm.
I l bandied and fiay-Sre, twenty tboaaind dolJ seven bun the ntnth of fen laHilmcnta of thli li'T-lltv ttiiH. and doihVii. at foe | I Fur first of f>ur in talm nt* tornab'.uthe Jn- .I.IIIA for thf an, k, i-er tenth article treaty firs) vitu.n*, and exp stork ut-as fire tbousaud delivery duIlors.Auire.ii guodd. pro. For transporUtkxt and cost of de-

r In fow-hiai-'IJvtr alythlil.--ptb 4t-iohr, rt-hii- i unitr han. ani 1 thtf Iiilv tiylilcen. h.imlt and fit! -fivc four tliou- ooceeear.v
amount heiuc second ot ures monty er o'.Ixnrl n. to romoVtt liKito |mn rm -rtailull > ,
fhlppewio. Fnisr, and Lake WhtncbagoahMR Jouith oiurl aixt nib lareh. e..hiiu hundred *"! mi ln'y land six ilullai
ttda, Fur per to bo eipeuiH lit ploujbmg and lining hun/lm
twelfth of thirty iMtatmunt of annuity umiaiey. and Brtr-f jur, thIrty ih m ind d doin.Ottge du Jar* JS.HJ. ./ llhtfftiff JmJmu ii.Jtea.vavlcaFuriha lois Fort Band of Chipp.wa Ind:ana, as per
par third article trr 'y twenty-wood February, Fm InlCTOt ou nx't-uine lhou iBt K tIle rrv-tl >n ot a -** mill with fril't mill I'tor'i lots, as p r Umt ilitu>* huh artu If tnwtx'f t> Aees-F.r fimt of Fmr inrt ilmonts on sixth article of I
cm third seventh uh'a|
of instalment treaty April !
eitfOam hundred and fifty-five ten thoftmnd six boo .d. on t*>iirn"vrc> third anl'i Ii.'i Ihoiuvtnd dulUrs K thin fourth ten tu ,
bundled and ta-eniy d-ilbrs at Be pn uawr Juno ninth, oighlcet. liiimliol and nit-tlii'.v -uty ( u ir s r *),
dwd and txtylx dollar and *fxryeren nrnU. 4tn. nt iiinl iM of M in-b rt/h.h il lmvu hundred and ottty-dti- nth i'nviiUnt. furnish uid Indian with ten yukeof guud work hundred and tixty- x, for the ba-si year end-1
value nt fiutoyr *e aart e c tt] for the ftoialytaroiiihitgJuiiolkitfi'th uubti "n uiulcr thus dinvtiuii of the |ls-r- fifth 1ing
-" For twelfth of thirty initam-nU of annuity la rood", Jane. 1'khtei.n hundred and tn-ely-dye. fur nlue- iu
"j 1 1 t rthtrd article treaty twcary-eecond- February, Mgut- lionel *.*, rVrat mula'tun nineii-entb Jarcairy. For expvn I per grindstone one
I porjw
\ *en htndrrd and,fight > aaddollar oteb Land ald thin thnuaan I doliitrs.
t- buod.fd suit| ibunr-n.dil liiree ibo.iwind a Y..twclfthofthtrtyfaathiment.Serpu-po.eeefulll. .four Mtfhren hundred and fut-ix .i.Ilori. ar'le.' misty Of March ngtith rilfhiAB Iun,114 nand .t.sttIVO I-or the iaiplrmen' For av nth .of tnuity iiiiitalnii-tits fur thesut.wrl axes.: handl, twenty apache, and other (armnt Tabefoaohe Band of Utah Indian*.- T-rl
-- 17, prr third article twentyHvcnnd February, Ibsusilid dill-a olil punhiupnfaijricullUral buiuliog Uarkonutb the Tab ha'
treaty far inti-T34 oa tbrve bnndn.fl thoumod d rflara at nine -ltnyneseii laltlc alit j of agricultural and inlutatriel a-b.c-h, implement, per filth article treaty May a shop. fog qua.
< i ten bnnlred and Bftrfnu fOurhouimitd dollar vlIenle.. ta. ou and cartK an
...-* L Fur twelfth of twenty instalmrabi fir purpoom of ed nveperce-ituia per onunm, ti Ulu ha&pod< nem-mmull 5.1 t Interior 1-or repenw wtrlnR and rlnnnnjoif him-Ire'S l tmof tiIe.J.-, or itt tit'i- SI.. k. as may 1* ilits-tittil l nv .t and tnt pay fur liulablu Icni-hers, prr olri entharttilrt iveuth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, for band of Utah Indiana a* per tt*& article san-
I suds or.klmM u .e
n-uino. third artiti. endid inhroa, money ur ary ,.. the fIscal year ending Jun thirtieth eighteen ty of October seventh. usgbteaa) ktutd>*l and '
per treaty twenty- Und fnf .aiA IMIH! of .1-i la.hi and turn bui,: Jnntiarv ritlitertihundrnl ,
ft li li of hItwentynine ini'l fouttli Itrraty turnty-sixtb ,
& tw e'i-l'tal rlaiiM arth troaty
direct aa ly p'Linlx-i OHr m<
may jw
ry.eighteen hundred and Aftj-flve, Ibreo Iboiuand dollar bunlred and -fite. l.stin, 4--1 fur tt'i seine. aa IHV thud as-ti-It tnitt> ot U n.h thuuMttid livw hiindmt lundrod and lixtj. even, one thousand five MXty-throe, Are hundred dollar*.
.. eighteen y of Junn ,ninth eighteen liun.liTi.1 and sig.tyIlitui. and fifty-five, two -
h'h tiundrvd aixtfirr live thiu .eu.I
i Aiid
rixhtnrn ,
focal ear eailaj; Juuo3"'li.Hihtl i ..nJrc-J and au- ; luudrnd dullar For the purchase of iron and steel aad niresary *-
r twelfth ef fifteen tasUlmrM* for auppnrtof twnith < > -m htimlrcd and fl'y d rflan. ] ., lily thousand d ilara dullnra

S aid smith* shops per Laud article treaty twen- ty..evau.)tmnnpanHti-m fllktwa tboannd of soi d.thrs..l.. ,d' p.s Fur thiimntioti uf a ana and flonrmj mill, Fur acrcnth of twenty instahmi-nIe fur the i mplu Fur Iheumploymmt ftf two carpenters, one tools for paid ahup, a* prr teach arti le
p ty-idor-id February eighteen hondiod ani fifiy-fire, tare thIrd artifte Ireatv of y. reh eiItli.> eighteen huudu hunwnd eight hundred dollar, and two Uackomtth treaty of October seventh, eighteen ha
and Ijmn India ,.. furmer
the Urent Sir ul bl -ksinith ,
| loutthaitirlo trout carpenter ,
pnrchoiwd By to bo luiaed! at Ksniaa.iwrthis-dtlauic > a u ,
ttoun4 bundred and dolLirs.1 |
gut tw du'l-tr
twenty nvly-Gvr forth
'- *, one Ihoosand eight hundml dollirs sixty-three &tc l Juan
For p.y of aa enamrr to grist and a iw mill at Lnct the fiMol year enitin:Juue thirtieth ei.riiUvn hur.Leland V"i'ISis puruh)* uf fo'irhari" vl har***. one htttndr.-il treaty of Jimu ninth tvhtnti hundred] and at.hysu-iaii Ito ,ihiiht urniah modieiiits fur ; year meting
oixty-acvcn.Ar eu roivh thereuf at may to necetaary lout turn laborer* two thousand lour hun-lred hirtwth.. einhteen hundred soul sLtjve twit
, p-r third article of tmty of twenty-.mii Feb threw tnouond live hundre-l d.illato.Ultoe (-owe. trviiiy yoke of ore, toYnty W* IHM, sod tot lud nxty-thri, l> n thowmnd dollars.Firt the nil k. |N-r piuvunth article is-rely lwenly-snxlh
huadradaod ftry-fire slit hundred dolCbtpnewa tilled articlr ) )doi.b l hth, rich dulUri ; one physician toousand two hui mn-I.ed and twenty doU nk
lirj4ghtca -hiltiK. M jtrr timy! <' < < hundred and four one -
) of i
and )iissa'nIos---F'r nit tn Inoarnnu first of the Mxtrnn mdalmt-ntit for lioard- January, eiu4htceit< Cfly-Bve,
-1 Lea. MouiU KIICS In oret'iem| ,, tci- i buiffrvd and lxly-u\e and Henat* amen linen ulrsI dollars, and modiciue for the sick, flt* hunIred For the pure h u of ir o. steel. ci i tt c* the
of Saginaw,Swan Creek and Black lUver"orlhot brlnt tucu-y Un-Mn of Fi-brnary thirtn-nlh, cittMofn hua.rc4( and ing and clothing Site rintdien nba utah: aiti-i d Uiuuiund nix hnmlred dollar dollar tools for sad .
per fourth article tretty fifteenth Mnrrh, eighlevi hun per fifth article treaty May ada. shop u (j tr tenth *-ttv e treati Jt
of Inolalmeota tn rein to be die knaurvd dulUra. KlaHrkitriti tart nd Jtortt
two thnuatnd three iHtnira liuliam of *
qol Ixty4ix silly lit,, hiKiN thn chools and bi ardiii
lummnd dollarov pnividmi (;
dreg and ; ; October
tUlv-tKir, thirty .mlh. air -
o hundred
tieen and i for the
retrlrctfl tl Banal sumf or paying in.ittim Eu-ti,. .ur-v-nltiir-I lmlileItieiit. a. the last of fuur( instalments in ty-rour. yhren
t r_ >. per around article of the treaty of August acj- ttawas.ed Chipjicwas uf ) thidcs-tlrlrlrr-'ityofMsnh eiithth eighteen bundrec iioum with luiteslearlfurnitiun, tho punhnm i.lflIiccsuaIV lleef.-Jfur IW-aly r ending Juno thijlinlh, eighteim hanIrwl for the ftwal y nr ending Junt Flit a,
alx tb id
hdalred and >
on two >raKt dn.lans fourth artirlo
0-Il. .54f,>ani bandied and fifty-fire eighteen thoirtande'tnthlBlred unjwid part bundml didUin. trams fii'iiltuial iinpl inouvy. per treaty twrnly-futirth
eel I axtr-fivv lIve wagiiiis, m and *ixty- thooaand huulr oi htmn hundred anti sixty-aix tw.s bundru I
at the pinatpal aim of three bundfd and a's lLnndollan n< aeT,n, sovta novoo ,
nUaIB. For the erectinu t.t anaiiTr bollclinr who.lJiouxrorehoiw. -.. ; and ( Juno. cM bton hundred and sixty-two,, uigbithniiFand
for ana your, at five tier cnilnin par annum, to nipnls, tools, and no forth f.'ncjtgttf d dullara. and twenty dollar
Keaomrar Wlntr-ba ot,and New York and suitable lnil'itlimt"rlh' :
Cbippewv *. lihv.Hnii car- ) flto hundinl dullnrs. -
of Con4j be dlNtrtbatri p-r eiila. in the UVLU loooiier of pauiionnultlvs kla sui h lands as may be nmilmt for gardening aiid For this the Foe the purchaoe of iron stool and
I the
tdiaa -F.irerloesttoa during plearare penur tnlreprelsr. mUnir. cn iwxr, and > or amount In te applied toward as-tee-try
rraaa, f r fifth srUds freely eleventbmdrrd Auuat.Cithinen por eeoond hundred article and of the treaty ot thlnvllrai the ue" rxenratkm of *ai 1 livhnn. U prr lunnh art. tuiTninpurKna| for this acliixila, as jwr limp h For interest on night thuunatid five hundred support of asaw-inilt tu ira built fur the common ool- K>r said shop, as per tenth anwaj tr* .ty ot

4j h- nd twentJ.Ivcn, on* tbonaand five huudredChwAaMw July there,buodrd eighteen dottoro. Biiy-ftve, tea Iboumm cle Irent; of II itch eivhrh. nchtwu hundred and sixty.! cU'tto fourth etude treaty of Juan ninth, tug).- dollars, at five per rentiim. bring this .onpai.l u-e of the Chippewa of Muwsmppi and U>* Sled October s ?wth, eighteen. huwuxe4inst ivty

d diem. Pawnees,-.-For jurth of five Invtalme.i'p of the live, twenty-tnt. thousand do Urw teen hundred and sixtt-tlirun lor the finritl yuurnulmjr principal of thirty four thntiiand, dnHars, p- r three for the fittest tkrtiethighteoii
*-For orrutaneot aaantty In (rxv! pot pee- For rmtion of s hoax tar each rhlrf of(lip ned Iris-eu Lkr: an J I'euililnit band of Clup) was, so long year ending June
a*. *f twmty-Aflh Fabrasry. seventeen hundred and aid -k.Iu {ooda[ second**id eurn ankle nrtble a* may h> ne-v* ifx as per fourth arttdi tmf of UanJi tlithth. tairhturihuiKl'od J uno thiily tsigitrotI) hundiwl and hixtynoxen forth arliclo treaty June tnfnty-fonrth, eighteen a* that lre'si.lnt may deem it nertwrniy, pnntxlb li'in.lred arid tuxty-tevva tw hitiiiird
# dollar 47 tluoipr lnSiIy twentyfonttbptintior thousand five bun- hundred and sixty-two, four handled and twenty -
tn< y-nine,thn and cixty-Eve, twenty-two six I linuiutnil dullars. and twenty dollar
second arii- & ri. atwn buudrcd and fi.iy-ai.tea, tiiirty aitu'lirlrKtty May -xpnth, eisjhu-cii hun-
-ass-cb.jriav.-or twiT tsteottt mrnwnwnt Jtarprobar annuity, jeigktera, per kanrlred and thou's-n! 4ulters. Joel duiltnKurerneniMof th. rcnovsl of the property of said For building twu ihiirrhu tM }'e; fifth clau.-e -fixe dollars. ,itv.l ami, tur Ito h -l >enr rpiidini Kor (Ktv o" blact -rniib, an>l aviUtutt. t'C the

-, 4 5 C d *-..sail iWrtfleatb article treats twtmty-neorinl Jane, Fur an-rport of two m rniol-ls'.nr srriooui annually, Indleni to heir new bomtv a* pn" huh ariiclg tu'atr oM fourth article treaty1 of June nine eirfituttn bunilrwl For the lutist uf four instalments of tt.q principal ,luna Ihirtie h, ii>httib 7Uii,-ha huts <>( U?Vx Ia< *.. a*'v tenth

a O'btiIdied sod lfty-dn thrt*thou-stud daUnts ilurinftbv. ptevnraof she I'rol.l/'nt p-r ihirl anicl< in h pl/tith. clshlecn liun.lnrJ and only-Bit thret and stxty-tbrve, two thousand bra bundred mm held in stocks by the govemmnnt, tubo nieth.iti.p urItar.. rt"flo treaty of Vtoh swen b, ybvea ban-
: treaty Ureuiy-foutth Stpieiai,eittcun hundred and
Y-.r-iut-atnrmky of hight-hmeiwis, doilara. in .4uihl-en hundred and
foreapport humlrc-j
paid anuniiy
: i.thtrt.enth treaty eIghteenth htiobc. dgbt aftvwii tea thoaund d-iUr<. For aubeltoenre of the Wln-wU for nue year sin dollars as Fur pay f wrviow and travv'ding exponse oltlionr.rW lid and sixty4h'5foi the ttciil year wn-lui<
For pay or tw* lewhen. tinder the dimtlon at the I'ur mIsty of two surburdinato chiefs, as tliltli tv-nrveii, per touith as-title treaty June twenf jf.urlh June: thrrtinth *>twtn. hiiivlrxt
f II tirmtrad and twenty, and thirteenth article treaty their arrIval at hitr new horn t. as per hllh artick Ira \ viwilnn, t tu-oriast ol nut mure than *ijc anil aixty-five,

i 1 i'n.und Jane mgbtasa hundred and fifty-fire, six.lQPe.brre41olJm temhrr.Preitfdea'eiirntenD', tr? third bon-ir-d artkle and treaty liny-wrtn n'y-tourth one thouNitid 6i-p- ty of March ruhih, M-h'wu huiitlted ant MXty-uvc, urtirlo tlt'ttuf Juno ninth, eighttti huu- riuhtnn hutulnxl and nixty-twu t o'hnuaanljB'ght rive |>eriiit tu attend the |iaymunt to me tnoufionii on hundred d"lli s.
ihuuMnd d illani.Wlnnib4 liiindied and dollara
- tat cdacation- per second- two hundred dullank- ninny-wx o mid r.utawaTnnio 1u'Iens of ITiiw-nIn.To died andnixty-thtcc, lor the lineal year ending furty-uino the and sit- (iirthand lo IIISIKXI the For pay of blsvksmuh and ansis'ant for the -

-' L tviatt trtwMlMlt prarMoa Jomuu-v. eighteen havdral aol Tar pirrcix of iron and steel,and other ncceawiM rnsbb the foaviary 1 tho Interior take cherie Jnuo thirtieth, culitiiii bundled and sixly-sut- and g'lty-seven' cents loliU ImilditiKS. niilK and other improvements Tabo&uitPhe band of l"'ah Indians, as [er tenth

}. *enty.i.tn4 thtrteci4h article treaty twmtywjwmdit for the tbop.daring the plmanre of the rreeident. per of certain stray rnndu ot Wlniwhogo nd PoliawufaimH tInt onu UioiiMtnddullai* jtrajHihf-ti aivtl kiyttutf Iwlt'ita of Ikt I'fpfrArkmitnt is siipu'mtxl nt tho aevtMth article Mac irlicle of treaty of Octotwr aevento eighiwntnndred -
six Uioaaanddollf fourth art!-0* treaty tweiity-foorth aeplemlaT. dghte Indiana In the Sutc ol "inconMii, lies tlrau and, ool- Rye Fur sixth ,uf liftecu inalalments treaty
dS l 'eoatta-lrodnd For builditiK for the subordinate
t 1trdve. the -tiun ol and for fiat md-
hundred and flty-wen five hundred dollars .,, ciw ,eruiuth! ei!hlw-.ii, huiidre and ixly-f"ur, tint sixty-threo the aiyvar
.1tt.Ies For of two blaUi'inltha. oa* ol whom lo be a hiM.Yanrton chiefs and lo plough and fence the land fo< of ani'inly of thiitv tli in at> band ndtratr. rururauh and tuiimith per fourth artidermity twenty- mrati to be to them for ihrlr bfnelil, atd hk'ts well to tlm fur Ihiiilienrllt) ,-thnV ia tn lay, fill con thtxuand ilollorat'
*ra*r ,iftrKwnth October elghtaea paid or expended as as procure iiHoiwnf.v ui livu diiUtr prr )ntv, ur nioi- titan one one hundrnd
rUd twwntr-Mnond fourth 8epteinUr, eWilrt-u hdnJrtd cud flaj-aeten, oomnu'n'Hn? In the year lu whIch they shall remove to tocomilottiandfurnitihtheli') thouHitiid dullitr |Kir anuum fur each tribe, conimnnniug -
ant thirteenth treaty MMtboatandtwaliundrxldu'.Uni furniture, and | > ia<> three liil'HlroJ III.'KH' Injvui, al ton rout <>r pay lit haik iuitb and aaei'tteI for the

!. >.*a.Jet.JM,-eig-' toe*,baadredand fifty-five, six hawked. dol- For eonpensatto Of two strikers *r apprentIces In Irmly and settle nineteenth lipon their Aptil raerratwna.rlnhtepn hundred ptifourth and article fitty- and so forth, of the head thief as |*r fifth ar- with fhn year: itt wlnth they jibnll r*>- tur tie fi- pi its-jr cuilum Join thirtiethit rrnilp Tushusuqiuc'he band of Utah Indian am Ir tonih

f f- wi" pmBmmt prftrlstoe faclren and sel.Peeabtth- ihop.per Kmr>n article of treaty twenty-fbnrtb Heptcmbcr eight, ftlxty-fire u>iaud dotlara.cislipootna. 5kb la treaty of June ninth niaUtcon hutidinl artiisixtythree ruuvp to and settle upoirIhmr nme -vatimui,- _- httf u hnudip.1 an 1 sixty kevoiL, aiv humlroil article trattv ol Os-toheu Kerauih. (aj
iuw > )rt eJe trarry twentieth Janaarr, eighteen Sundial and aljTbty, a dollara.htma hundred sod fifly- evennur hundred and ilol.illa, and Ulackimss tndlana, of WllValley. two tIiiU'iJ rite hundrvd dalUri* iwrfiuith etude trraty rrbrnary pivrlilunth, ted- llitx vl'iiUn., -*d and sixty-thr for the flval yea* eudiiig

e :w z05. tUMtm. .-d thiruealh hodn4*nii sad*flfly-Ans of treaty,twrnty-wo.tbm kBrrl For ninth of ten bistalraent for farming alms's en-h Ibnette ncond wrk<* of.-annuity For second for bencftrlU of tier tahnenu olnMM, per of aeemd the- For the erection ul two school-hoUM'*, ineludinghotisM eighteen hundred aod lixty-ona, thirty- thounanrldollars. Far the paymtnit of C-nule tewher eipokiVrl June thirtieth. ei>;htwn u and sixty-seven, one

rtoek.during thr pleasure of the Prr k ent, per fourth artloin bun- and the out buildingn o. housaud hundred dollar JlwrotTdoCara. -- trciity twenty-aecond lanuaryr eiahVYQ nccccsary ,>l nn the reoerritti.iiia in to motrnot lud.Aii iprlsui one
irUel* treaty rwenty-imrlh Hcptemlien eighteen bua- atx thousand five hundred dullafs. For fourth of five ineljilinnnU to provide the
bandied Utotuand dollars, st fire trrd and fi( >-flvr, firM clause fifth article treaty of June ninth
)ort.teesuo1h n Jred and d.hy-serea. one tuonxan two hundred duitan. per dome*!to ecoaomy, p-at' tUirtwmtH art.est. tarty To t eontinoei) -
tat dnxio*, Orporl of St* POM .--For the third of m lntsmeat! of the ee- naid ludiitna with a mill suitable W ( e !
anrmm. and tliron nawing
per fourth article eighteen hundred sixty ton tboutuiul
For of fcnner, tmty twenty ,
pay prr far seventh.
to them May uh. hundrel d
ncl l mrmeea, wider tbeSlmetliM ondr.erleatobeputd or expended r t wu a aixTjiour.
r-vrm .Wnd ether >* bartb hundred sad flfty.sven.lzlutdtjbth limber and) grinding grain. onourmnrno< basic -
of the ffenenl eraacil ef Ik*Cbootawa,ia eoawmMr September, commenctuii with the year In which they shall dollars. ) one ilimii>anH; will mtalB4 ta the tenth and emovo to and settle upon the tract rwerrel for their For the erection of a hospital and providing shays, with nwessary Uwlf for Uw same,,mid AKD
fits prmMan* of tn tnntaliMoU for pay rf miller, at the Jimnewwijon Bsrrd of ]t kate W KMIUXFor. DEEDS BMNs.
-second JSB. 'otnrehnmw, per Meond article treaty twelfth ) interpreter < milcr! ; -
of Jwelng-qqiiea.fot} Mn enirinoer
rMrasmU arltej f th* treaty tweorty necossarfurniture perieeonukchausoflttb
the *
luKrotkw ef the President, fourth article treaty -list of .
per iiujtalmW be
thonsud.aoflotx. eighteen tmnJrrlatxt flltr-msht ten thousand dollara. twenty to pai;*: in *..mhVrtifhuastha&iTetarypftheltitevuKfinHy _
.*4il. koalod sad U7-fi'e. tw oty-frr* hundred and for milt (if one tie ), farmer -
ninth necessary
4' warywjarUl Soptrmher eighteen Ely. For eIghth of ten lnatalm at fur Hit wtablwbinrtit artiolo maty of Juno ,- eighteen hundred diP I --- 4t! Oflhl ,
rrao, six hundred dollar. anti Malntanaocie pf cue vr move manual-lsborKbiobt, and twelve hundred dullars. and the mrjcbanlc* that" may he employed for -
dwsee.itid' Oils unonnt. or so tixty-thme,
l"- diletaaswFor of liHrUrmemta for of engineer rfct, aa |wr fourth$ cf th-toberlonlh
JTor etjhtb tea pay trraty
second article ,
Ills )
at Pftrmt
due the Ohoctowa and inderth direction per their benefit fifth; article tfeaty j'ebfaary
to erection of blatkitnilh hi ,
eeIi tirIeni a'easy beonts of the VraaldanW fourth articletreaty For tho a ihup, to per ,
at tb* dismtioa per (matr twelfth March, eighteen hundred and fifty..ght, eighteen .hundred and siity-llte, forth*
artiele of
wnfaletuiaawii third and forty sixth hundred and flue
radnr the ftitrhtetinth.
', twfoty-fburth September, eigbtmi hundred and Ire thousand dollar' .. located at Kutnio to aId in the completion ul eighteen tuty-onu, flsr *
IW trerfy nt AnrU i nuleighth.. MM w hundred aadxtyclx. Cear endinij Juutt thirtieth wuhtrra huuil. UNION JOB OFFICE
thotnonl hnndrsd dulliin.ForMmpnaaUoii
for fntrrnt at tb* ntt ef five per eeim.'iipoaiW.nwm'paid ift-rn ooa two bt In Fur eighth of ten hntlment, or dnrlnir the ploinrr Ito smith's shop at the agency; and to purchase Ihuunnnd and lixtf-sevelt. thousand dollars
to tn *s working tire ,
wled pprcntiee of the 1'rcaMent to be expended in furnishing said ID- For and ol
lands hytbeaitovfc tools inin stixil) necessary expeniw
lbr crtato article the and Ro forth, as
mill fourth tnwtjtwrntvfiKiab Stp.mb I, Brule
lb. Band For
doDara.JFr par diana with racb aid and swtttam in agricultural and vor of Dakata or Sioux.-
J Itea. ftinmoiirl of annuith goods and
l Dona, Iht hndnd and fifty-scrm. Or hundred third clause filth article treaty t>f June nintht'ightcenbnndred the delivery provisions,
be **, ea mechanIcal punulU, including the working of the mill par first uf inttsJrnB- to be in lucharticlesasthe
U.U am twenty -It, paid
ollaro.Forgrlot provIded for in the tires of this artirlt, M the 8oceUry and sixty-three two thousand per' fifth article jreaty February tighteenth,,
-. ***T t* nhl, thr Beerrtary*f Ik* Interior M eai a* a SocrtUry of the Interior
fnrnl:** **eb-Ib. .b. takva. a* >*r Arat etame, sad saw UL Bod keepm*; the **n* la roalr. of the Interior tnjy oonitder adnmUinotu and lollars iFor oinhtoott bandrod and sixty-one, five thousand may STREET
fWh'ti anMe. treaty f April wenlr-hV-wiitrteMi pat tourtk artici of treaty Duptember twenty tAomasry for them, per eeooad articJe trial; twelfl oflarch. of houses dollars direct M per tnurth article of treat; of October OCEAN *
: the oreefion for
Imadsel aid'Siw'4r4r jsiij sis.n ilns ssiil trckmdnd ol' mrtk'wighuen handtad and fiRy-ewn, tiree hundred.Pouawataailes eiRhtem hundred'and. Cfty-eiihl, seven tlion- employn.'ropajr -- fourteenth, eighteen hundred and aixl--m, for
*- land five hundred doJInra. of mill*, hups, and to forth, and providing For Insurance, trsnipOTtatintu ana necessary the fiscal thirtieth
: tn I'Wauil other Tribe in Wa Wnc1on'errltory of the of annuities; and year endhia JtfnA ,- eighteen
$ "TnT-ffcta Unmml ft V* * liaitetariaief UwXIH mosey er oUairwIea. per ascend arrral treaty seven.ieaetlNeeembereiglitcea on ore articW Ions of the Chippewai of Lake fiuperor er ser- ,- i -
_, nvlearf tb lese. 4l.teiut.uad huidred and seven, lour fifty tboaaahd dollars, under UM directIon of the IViint fourth clause fifth treaty Jane ninth, -' *
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: 3 oath article September thictioth : ;- -
treaty aJgateej
dnaaUars. 7roUawauaieai per atxtb article Draty- twenty-wermd January, ightenn hundred and sixty-three/three thousand t ttt574 -
|%rMrik*..limteem bandied Md MzIj.dX.e.iUkua. tboueandundred Hundred and thousand .; Kettle1 Bj4i Dkitla or ionx>-For
-For pfrmsncnt snrretty te sDrcr, IjhleM bundled end oTty-flre, seven vs dollanv : fifty-four, MT Q hun >|

enlntbie.addolhuie.----:; urtkf par JwrtkarUole treaty third tatasand Anns dollars.scrntosn tunr4 rorsrrraUief dollar*. twMtylnttilmentf- totthu titnoCih For ulsry for two fHatrotu to talc chsrg at dred and iiity-twu' dollin 'mud lilly.tkrtx I' first of twenty ItuUloMnts, tob* paid in inch CX84EVZZEJ FZO2Z1.4
andLt.etj.fri, oat
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