Florida union

Material Information

Florida union
Uniform Title:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Weekly union
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Creation Date:
May 2, 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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Related Item:
Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Item:
Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by:
Weekly Florida union


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: ; i __ TIZD OF TitarsrajaivS to vote at this electoa for tto the
MILtItiJisiiwI ,. : ) 'reason*by )V, at*.KOaitted to jmblis tha ioilowjag -
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I -'------ R1AL ESTATE -AGENCY.rruns'trxuERSiayKD (1 J. CHEIStOPHEB-. I [Drr'uxt OP GEOP.OtA FlflMDA &* ALABAMA'/' )) CiiicrL\ii: : No. -12. made forth6 pvrposo of obstructing delaying tract froct a print.kter written by one fc

I 'MEDICAL.I I I'S I' T. CJcncral Ortk JTo. 4 1 said Section. sometime arvsidsnt of the St4ta7h ,
HAS FOB SALE. LO' Headquarters
I : NI JL ind on literal tfrmn, nuicmi TKACTV i.xvin* GEJfEfiALREPAIIlEtf; G'htiiA5L J1tIIt3 > S :*VS.5 i-Thinl Mflitary Diarrict.AtlantaGcorgi ,March, 4. If the person challenged still, iaaisti upon, .tIrifef zIlI&&i* St&ts, it fra*

I Dr. Z. B 1IE1 die rkinlty JscViouvillr and rt cxf here,ia Ea t FlorVBI j. No. 4t. J -V' VIttll: 18G8having becn-.abeadjtnuinnittfd: his right to vote, he shall
U* *}.. J. WJftrtptTliq 4UtiLttiLftat .Cti&vtipi. < your i information ajyl giudance, (fee bflbw- manner, that ho isa dory registered voter of(he St. Jbfan rirer;
physician nidi Toim and
anA I4itik UMM
I & \ nttcnJ to buying wiling OF vrfecro he offers to voteby the to the *st r*
Surgeon Lots, u the ttort roMOD We tfrrnn. reccnllj aMemUcd in [TftUaljassce, Florida, m'j[Ing detailed instructions IbrBoanli Jlegistra- county
I jjcaor1L' rLoRIPA. C: L. 1u)1NO.utewbc. Grxs, Hjomplianc 'wiih General Orders NQ.-110l5&rtt][tion. incFlorida; are issued in compliant inti, der which ho claims to cote, awl thai he has re i coast. S

I .* 8, 1$61.. J'KTOIJS. LOCKS, ; frein lthdo'-Hes[ ----
:: --.- --- --- -------- Si'IJZE 1'a'UF4FE. j Hd, ia pnrsiianco of.the Ada/if Ooagipss menj II. Tho Board of Registration will moot at ; this election. Or, if Ubclaons tQ v teon fesmin:," j z detldcdljf on the Johas rirstth3ai --

I 6bn Ofliur1t, p.LOItIDA j tionod in said orders, proccou, to' ataq aVc us1- the coanty Beat of their.r peeUve counties' a certificate Afregistfatiori in any other coohryef ,loc8rtch'rrnffja y&tsmonti.n. Itinalc

( (Lfi5; hELL JTAXFIXO'; 4-c., 4v. tutiau,- uTciv gvvernmutoi, 'the ito JO o'clock A.V M., on the 2TOf day .oj April, and the State, hfrihnll strear that'ho is the there is not mucL

1 -GT W.; Edwards M. I)., uFTILE, 'I FlQrida.dM providfor the jmtiatia otsai&[ will remain ia ecssioTtfcr five dam for ths pnr- identical person named ia said certificate, and and so choica betireaa tba east

A. -o eros Arr *w Akituls ofCpe. v d Eras*. 1 constitntton and *dkl fnrth f pone Ttrrtting the IJcjialration fasts, in 'ac- aa to'residence the snrao. as above. On taking west banks of theTircr ms some ptoplaima*

& SURGEON. NEW ENGL4NEnigrantAid of laid eonyention a opttslFcbrn ry >thx xnrdancc Tvith;, vEar. ,"General Orders Ko. 41. an ath as aforesaid, the challenged party shall gine., The only adranUgvof the utbttk if

I pifysicIAN C AU vrork%ri.f warrhntod! ,OF BcBiSBss the:I-we&ternb Baj* ftreet*,for.svoont Cnh.duor I I submit for.ratincatlMr; to tha, persons in t and tko Act of July IV, UC7. Tha rtrftum wQIiade' bo,permitted to rote Nritnbut far&er' qaestion. witersitis: K* situated that he K. "W. wiadl V
Company, Main. ana t6 be al .. ; Shoald he d clrneto1akc> such oath, nis vote /* *
I OITXCtE rtORKEJt bcl .tbc Varkct, tip { State'registered ; registered W.- ) in.thoItegifltraUon iecore retained come over % mile ot tnore'ofiratcr
of ? shall t e rejected. ; v ry
under the'Acts Cojtgresisp&ificd in'said Gen* VpPacJf Jtoanl The bknkipigefr'lolb'atthe
1 UCBAK ANU AD.tMl'JA fcTKKETFLA. JJCK.WXTILLE, t'LA.V oral OiJefBtat *a ec"conu'ctuI.. ic. end of r1recot, *-- l- t;. pfficcrs couilucturj; the election will beheld ranch mitigatCTibo cold, f it does sot enflrer/

HOME INSUEIMCE OOITRAKT QFISTe'w cording to thoro.visions of ftaid Actaio )bf.held aIr'iuc registered doripg/Jho'Jlvo days and rtipoWWathat the right of laOenge is prevent fnxL jn raising oranges, this is quits Va V

CzSOXEJLLP, rR1zCIPAI. orne : in tho various counties bf said Station the first I each' new noimcr Vjfl be-nonibcreil as*in the prcTcdfn not abnsed, or used for the pnrpoec of hindering a important1 'considerationifelow' Filatka

s-I.,. _- __ _________r )Tmnoat Btrwt, Boston,Jlfln mcJntbcltf.T. : Jfciaven, Oon. ( Montlay,"Tuesday and. "Wednesdaj of Ma ,*.t.. I t nistral r I Uehiying the election.BT .- Above that point the trees do
'n. 1868. .... Separataand duplicate listsofthe :
Dit WT T. SABAL, 13. yOiBS] &ird1y. MAJUNE' .AND FIUE INSURANCE. ; names. IL C. DBCM I well either side of tMrirar. For
: '*iyi* -AMd.Wteiiv: *: l>f.-an Act -Ceugrtjw ; of-thosqt refused registration thofee stricken grapes, pes hC9 .

o':a? a? !-eta' Office ra. on the corner of Foifrth- -,awVOc I1. r.irL4TD Brstr: ts, np- which beepmes, a la>jiUrcU12tU, JL86S, it u [from.the listii, and also of tkonumber, .Uf voters'regirferEd I Assistant Adjmtant GeneraL strawjberries, and soth frujtajtf yo* raise, L 4

FioriaAgoncy4 jlee.2rtf &ge& .provided that,1icrcaftcr, anj-clocliQii, anthotiaedby daring th6 five flaysspectfvinff exatf JPPV9IOVIt would not' .be
Drocszl :$torc. 1 Fjuur, -- -- --S -- __4Mq7uf thtf Act of- CrtogrCTSaforcsaidshalrfc.d<--i icidodby I JT" i-i k LSi" .- 1---*> :wifl? / liprouipt1y I HEADERS DISETRICT OP FLORIDA, a natter of sa.mueh

GA3LIS' DLocE.Thrdd. : Ocean teet1(over the PoBl-Oaic),'JfttSO1'Iitk, VIZI a majority of the Vbtc&aetuaUy cast ; madGoutankWbthcc I JAOtM ynu.BFJa.; ApIIL 1868. impottark*. 8trwbciLhZvs"tc ,erl1i V

(Tcb. & ) KDTVAUI) M. Acnf.1'1O1'Jt1ETOllS E .c; and at the dettien, in-which"thaxjucstionof the ..1.Printed. liaU of ojames of registensd vo CicHeral OdotsJfolf *) here the past week at 3i per box. Of count*

-- --- rouiig'ii Urcut rjiysologiial Work, or ev ry one hi? adoption or tho wjoctipfi or flUy;constitution"issubmiltod f ters' arranged alphabetically, Jiavnij .been, ii-, I } such a figure is not* to* be nlied on odea wtf

J. D. MITCHELL, BLBUKOEUK 1 "OF LANDS, wulA>eiur,*jiansii-ll'ruiatcjB.-'tnjctor for sn r- any jperson' &olf registttroi ii the!I 1nadyfurnhhd to the PjresidenUfcd SL.IsDStVankDetcbnwn Uoninurntlcia win can fix somo-ineans of speedily
riol 1'cwwnn.ortIiOHi- totn rfy,' m.t3unnd tomallnvnyt1Itg State snay vote in.the e1ondiBtriet5wbbctIcr&to 1Ljhe pois ocntist jaiakvinca ispositioa-of voder their soodiagjC> s
moll wixhin to find ]>urclia.scru ooT1crntnthe iIogynnil rdn- stand ai will inaura good pnler theeleetlOEl to a Northern market. Very finr stiawterritsi
rnYIC1N 'WUep IM Florida, in largo or jwmf I LiOn of ontoc oiil awl the ftwliicU<* r1're-' vote when ho has n tidod"therein .for the et ; i fl dnriajf
office Djetciu Lare
f mier ridriee, eurr of Furs Ih or scttliTK J by letter.Tcreou for the. iwmecan apjily l. this rcDtion of ofifrprui, inclndiiiK an.thc.dl. v ?ki(. ten .days next prec<$ding.. pih: ,idcciion upoj* : vil1beflIeOntbt tIw1trIr1iV iorbtTiheld on the I pPI-a(41s11y never tieforv given in the EnglisR laDgnas ,>V! William of his ccrtificatp his md; and will rtport id these Hes&raarrecs rrobabiy
JaebwnvlH. FeK .-IfDTB presentation cgutratidtf r, ; ancl bc xce" .1 i st wf the Ktatc deiIre iii- ; Young, M. D. This L< 'eiifly a valuable/Bad intorfjrtina wUodtd 1y,4ho ef theI11l
*rwiding out wuo niiijr affidavit, ur other saH fa'ctory eridcncc of registration L13ibeUiterod iiames place where badness
work. It U written In 4 live tODr thn
the uiliaH,mlc ot wtWcmcnt plain layguatat >r gvneitl ai4 of IVJitka Better kmUcan' V
ormatMHi nr advice u to ( ar. to leiopenedii they wilL-fnrthenaore
under 'tb.o
D:8tric i
ratiuz to this coder, and it Ulustwlvd nth upward of OHO -hundred fcticirrejnllations" | V
BRQOKfflS & CLIFFORD fttate of Jand wtortlre tnHoridawith'n purjHwic of invwtinsc-eapiUl Tje r to eini .aafcly, and engravings, .A11 young inarriuu peoiilc At tbow conUmplitinymarriaKT Commander may pt tnbe. ani. ld.u$3&1h, fire $yk* Wi1' d to" sooc roulcr with th* Shmfis, and othea cirJLofficcrs.of be found farther,ofi; bat it is.f the first ingoitance 4

profi taUy, an ai'iily to th Company in Boston,or ito iruxrrird life,ehould, awl read h this Tinif book.-kartMnrpofliiucnt'diiclote*t- _iud IHifreax, gdiiUActB-of Uonjjross' royiilo'that vote, ana tzufiy. paiinsflxt prmtad haM the eonnties'within-their jurisdiceiou, to be near, a gogd jo* kfTfcp accwmt -

; aJr4rAsgvrJLE crt ta tba>every HIM boBld be acquslaMidJirtUr. ttlUit tho 4ection fgr the ratifkiation.of said -with') tho"Reco ipl Babk/irill a1sq.d4 t2&ia I anlgiriio themsnch information or iastrocitibo you bear of lay nbj il a ailcvaamu
ETARI) M. CIIEXET, ittuok4btinua4t lie tucked up, ami not *flu iibent the constitution shall bo cohducfod by theffic or oaU personiM were n9erm1Ued1O et.tVtho *nmay b apcessaryt soqxm a hearty co'ojmatJoaia -
JLo1ei1)d.w Fk. house. .:Tt wilt b>icent to uncoil the Kcdpt-Fiftrretttfl. Clay f andin a pUoes
ACKfcWNTILLlHOTELS. any *car the sur-
le v.ryy
appointed tho ? peace, andyssppreesiMt -
Appairrtol oro by
Addrew Vi. WM!.Yorso, No.Alt tipfucc ctrrctiy 1a4 cJectioo.otf accotipt f inaa .r
uYuIcZ.t!Jh'r.tonke.D. ... a'boveFourthPhilatIcJpLiia. ,t Jftj I ComnutndingGoboraI antfaf thg dat
.,. S -*- --. -r < sa4 C4VILYT1bOZt: V "* |. Jt Jn accorfancfwitb l'ar.T IX Genc Or. |I inferior quality anr made Sere,'tio clay being

) fl Jl'uoJ ml: liat. anin y.:TM election will be \el& m u> 'Court derv S\o.. 54- current'series, ) eaduaxters d,
!N imporo. !
otice very nearly half
Special : the5Stto }lOZid* un t1xaUIonday Ifoosc* at-eafch1 county seat, or;if there be noGcnirt ,llilitarylistot) (; ,jdlfiabfio bar-mo, sslooas, $ saad. :So limisi

UNIoNHoU RON8 cu'satfe iu rtinn? earfy.'rrnlt'o( TuAiL1y y-jjf ?.fit-wh i ithttu4 Jlouao, at such jcohvtoknt plaoo u The aadothiMf jrf c whore. Ijtpua aresold atSDetaH, | manufactured here, and U irfVut of the question

tablen for the Northern ifarfiett, uill n4 i ili4o Owl J votra of aid tatc, majrvolet .Board dTKogUtnrtion shall vcleci, 01* Ihe first at the aettril county sats, .or, at-qjthef JrilingpLisefl Jo-oaeitfor&rtilizm atpresantptkes, thcogh
ta cull ddrc -
advantage on or ?l
H. BI8BEE, -Jr.ATTORNEY. BT : K. B. CRASt, or .- ,a'i Cpnatitutpn hiilnnittwl to'flujnirby ondAy.'Tuiss yauaArednawdayofJIay,iaeSj ,'win be closed from, 6 t'clocfc of,tlw even-I I it might be madoia any qn crUty-frora ute .

Jackiuik, .the ordinance 1ttiid., Thoeo.rothi! 'aI)1oll&! Vfll po *ncd after due and gnfll- mj* prsceding election, until C o'doek1 of (honwrniag I oj -

AT LAW, M. J. MTTRlPIiY, 18-tf. 1ed4a. ,-favor bf tHc eonatiLation, shall barcJvrittto-or. eS.e,3tVAtiiJ at JTO s1/wrpoTaSs in each county; 'after.the last jiay of tha election, 4'xibellast the mouth of the.mer .Several

.. [ printed on their liallctv the worddj Vqt iheConstitution1 1V'- 1ards.being 1 providtKtnat the 'By: "order V Colonel JOBX'T. Sip. tiV neighbors; might onjto together rid hum eovvgL

vrw? it Hoto'e Bi .ct, CORNER OF lAURA AND HWAl. HTKEKTS, .u_ %UltNITUBE. V -- .,-' ,ami those vbtkig against ftc tonslituiiorf .' ,pojnta Mtec&te45.bqcar; of5accesa,.and at proper QIAS1 F. LAERAIjEE: : fit a schoooex load to be landed a t re.c-

ahall fiavc wjittoii.otpnntoil.on''IIxtflotstIio GjSf 1 theCcouvenfonw of votur;. tat Leit. 7% iitflreot VqtaIII'LJ. S. V 'tire Iariis& I believe iarI V

J.4('g.SO.NILLE.1.LOR1J'-1. Jacksonville Pla. 4 To arrivr, l>y-w3MuiM-r Alptui. a-larcc a2t-J woi-ds, ".Ag'alfrst..tLc'tonsiitalion1V. Th"V bera of tW Boards Acting Assistant Adjutant GengrallIOTTICUL. is veygo
41 Parlor audiXtttaxrSvtt .BetbAtAdj, Otiairn a1I7a1os B30 of'ReskLr.- !*icinhJ and is thea
_ BEEN at tlb Rail Itond jK-pot JtuiiAing. + It holl bo thojiuty of tho Hoards otrtgistralipn .., bPiUCt Judges of Ulectksiand rjrecid* at V S S enljf -

:E. K. FOSTER, Jr. mitts jpcclRllr HOUSEKECEXXI.T?prcjwretl igrthe nct-ommodation OPEXED.IIAH of rititon : 5 [ in Florida,iu accordance with6aul tets, Coanty-Seat; and vilL, abo. appoint three V .) 5% Vd w the surface;.it* ?

daring the tall mid 'tat -r. Apply at the Ice- Eonse.O LcoiulnuRcing fourteen days prior to the ereticu' Wmpctcnt per9on'toact 8 Judges of election, HE. rxiCAUTERd. OTIIKDJflMTAJiT 1)1IT. on'V.. %

ATTOEH5Y AT ILAW, The TAUl.liH are uuy )lijj ith the choi>xi ortiek-n '! 241 [JMsroin*ordcreJ, and giving-roasonablo -IubIi (ft each place-in the county vteetid for the (Ucp'T OP OCOKGIA, TLaaz,A, fyi, AiASATLAXTA ) Ttef tLstlia qoeaiimrfilairdestantthaBLJoJuuriTer'j tV.V
fttmUdl tbe Duiucstic .n.ik i't, ir ircrirc frotn-ltc aeoT.VMSartFViL W68.UT.NZKAL .
notice 'k tkc time and place, thereof, te xei'ise; opening-of? puUt-VJ rery Jodge of Election, V
;'tyr J CT;cunxK, ru e N Thft.knt KuuaUor permanent U rilnccouiuiod.ilf
reiMoml)ltt ttfm. IC-tf. and'5 iip6n being satisfied that any person npi bath..ofj ffice-and forward aid oaths with his V1inovet
IXBiuaUi nffcV rfftt'I wil upfry to U b niiuJudge cniitlt'd thereto has been rctoredth stnkorth* I.-w':4ere: **, TUt Constitutional '( oix _
name and
O rrobatv.. ef Hamilton & rjtt4s dimn'- 7u11 post pflieo address,immediately to
M. ILVNDALL Oonuty >\ of the State of Florida
E. xeeentlyizTaBahasaJa
SO RE TEX HOrSJ, I eary as aiminutralor of the cttatt ot Wrn fl&VZdCU1 name of-such person from tteli timdBticb'poxsoa.fhaU'not offlwarid "BO person who is afandidate
aa1dC.&int-tIeceuetl. .j -,.. be allowed tft vptei} :thduci 'for at'said eicction shaU act said State, di4'unof
ATTORNEY AT LAW f .'SXIITJJ, AduiV. Hoards shall al0, duringTtoe .awe pe4a4, ai> Bcgistrar; February, 1868, adopt nOrdznaititaming i
S. adge Inspector llaniger.Clerk orln btL"er *
SAVANNA; GA. Jasper, }cb. 23-6ia. any among other proTisioiis'thetblloTriB5 '
to such JrtgiStry the names 'of all jiK T
__ official/capac connocfed with
C y condncting "* *
V S V V -S -- --- -- ,
.MlXAWraiJJ, fLORJUA.hi % SATANKAJI, ( A. Uait-li VJ, 1S6. t that timoj-possesslho
M IUId IloUJiug,tor. Ocean tni Z j U. I tjT Tbv abuvv JIDTJ L, of uxxlrru bm trui tiou\ DESniABLE LANDS ON i by tered auidfActs, vhfKhavo *ot:}0en 1iidtig. R eas.>o( vacancy in any Board of Registration be held fftrthy hi the various ai counties Thatan of this electioa State thai, oa manure lkm> or fcor aot ,iad flia efcrt rfife;

AannAt *Th *U*'**eonvcBiwicw of the bct Kortlicrn j : S !Jl; IUUl thannrnaJPSV?&gjstran will appoint and the first Monday and of dressing is to '
P" (a'.'2 HiJlclt, ha recently ckongvd hands, fcttd. U Fleming's Island orS 1 : 1r docdii who are toIKJ;stricken Aeon, ra414 -uaIify. -'*11e act with them Tuesday, "Wednesday supposed
II I flowCOfldUCtCdb3 f 4.V* to'tho'tegistrfltiohtit the Bdarusrj l t41dt1o 'm fhelndnncr May, \so. 1868, for-the purpose'of Votinj* on Iti.1&1 ''ctice tahthitbej $
-IT. WE o/fcr upward of Four-Hundred, accw of gowdFinniiiR do- the ratification -djostitutMn frazneTby:
fcc'uidwl Vy the Acla! i jof.X/cidgrea.relalmgtolfceonetruilion / L the
TTORE .ivr x.AW, Lands on JFVminjp* Island, hnfeMwkTy spring, as. ikoyT
3. Nickerson, below JR>4 joining M nu noniuig1*, ffid fjmnTmt 1beViv au : if
JACKWXVJLLK, FI.A. of tl e PLASTcn* Uoret, Augn.-tB; J *nrvsii. ThITU., er. nii'l kntm n tim A. Uewnt placed'To I Wlrt fi* called to the Supplementary,vblch -becamealwJuly'i -cath piaceof ; ernor, I atcn'ant-Goyemor, :6n* 'STembcr of ,T,. m.
I Atlanta;and/NjctEE HOVMU OJambiAr $. C. du-iribatiun andiih-iaionvnniMix the hi-Lrs of..A4 iecnt 1867. SV7 -J** etefftiopjane subttqrtial,ballot box Congress, State Senators'and -Ecprescbtatives] finned it in floridaa otvv
: Tha JOrnituro throurlwnt is nf the uiort ktnt dt<- au1. Term:< one Iialf eurh, .t 5itacc"sJcrwMt. < receive&c vptee. Each ballot receiTed shall ye ,
-- -- -- HCtiption,the roomB ,cmpujoiu'ly ck-an and.welt ventilated "* { i> VI. Said election bhalLl AeIJ'ijl uJf j aai it ei Va br&t'arertnre mta 'Kdby I and county officers, and that the 'judges er 4*- kI1lOwin lnjhkE look, mJut *

O.B.KART, and the attcnd-inee u fjualknl by ,none in the For'furtJuT parMr'fl bdlm or*m lr tn-fT. WILr ty in Kiid ,} tate under 'the suporinterkfencaidf | tfib.Ttgew1 tecefres- and in other. I specters of election appointed, or tobo appointed who imi
SoVitli. OX. Middlcburjc, KU. vr V. iEWTONJauiivilIe, no nan- by the Commanding General ot the Third near Jke" .
ATTitRXKV ASH (;CKHKIAOU AT LAW, ; Travr3erb t at The hborr IMel will A<4 the Tw54ee., or to !: MOODYFAIRBANK'S -. V 4TS the Boards of registration, ai-Tpnrriicd by Jaw, :ncr .::z. -&r. VV District hind
ppuijr Military to conduct and the yea? phen V
1l)1)i1. the polls will boor ncdafttrjliKiand frrifflcicnt mperrue fk
thciruwi' 11.4t.t11otiL4o of
tnd.4I4'v&Iwx.Of the. ,
. J4ckoxjILL* PLA. TbuFtJnet0r-dedrI .tbatiCT 4C13cV7 f- M. B.'TIDM7ROS notice, at as 7macy points in pRcli'Tounty/
p Will pfmcbw in the BUto and fiulW 9Uir4 VIurt5.I'c. .' for' M either ijr.northern arMntUR1ii''ni rkronstmnlly .-Will 'e 43ttJVV *.- cx'cecdingthree; s'rGtu ibpTnimVfer'; iW [Tmf148d t thOrO cipoeed, &> that it *jfii'rtait Acts of.Congress shallduetantlVsupcrrise V V
hu table. U 4t t14 reVV no "ballots therein, .
inpjilied the election ibr said .
.________ Hoards may be.roqairad for thor convenience of !-Tlio box fifiall'bc closed and riot officers.II.
securely be BiTUc
And in other .-Al tctefia, by inn Act, of Congress, grass. c< nBt Jots;
voters. city or where
SCALES. any place, I ortcncd'nndcr
"Wilkinson Call any pretext whatever, until after which became a raw March l2-1863it is enacted and keep one or twoneo.
HOUSE wamL voters it is J as wotkeasting
UNION there
; i js a,iargw r jirf;; hereby tUa clasc o; tltc third daj- of election. The

t AT LAW, ALL KLXDK, made the duty of said ]5oarl to open as many'' Judges of election shall hare custody and be held I tho that States the Constitutional mentioned iu Convention-the Reconstruction any of ; loadmg and fewling thij jis to the

TALLAHASSEE, FLA.I7ILL GllEE.V COVE IUPXJXG, FLI V polls as may be necessary 1o cnabjo the voters I k responsible for the safe keeping of the ballot box cattle, which tut toV be kept cotutan in
Acts that at the time of the
provide jc
AT NEW-YOKK PRICES. to cast their votes 4viUTbitt rfnrpasonftblo! delay, i iVII. und itax ntenti. may voting
-\ g4v. ttentlun to ew In HIP Bnprcnif end ON Till BT. JOHK'B lUviuTHK duly registered in the Stto upon the ratification of the Constitution, the lots. When ono lot it snfficknily txtzed
Any icrson ,
FU and in Ike Court* of tl V. her Hiidcunt IX.-. The judges,UToiu rut-ivi
Vf 4 Smrft Court*of nudcrsin l lurrlujrowplclpl n.w comaiencing- registered voters vote also for members of Wubimgtoi Ctty, o 1UP dIItt4 \f&o 1I't1T bouK- has lion- opened tbc Minic tu the1ubrIP C. L. BOBINSON, as a voter,.may vote in any county in the tite b'iUot.s, fchalj cause to pruchiimcd aloud; that the House- ftf may of the United move your fence. In this way system of soil
\. J-tf l wherc.hc ofiera to voto, whon. he has reaidod "Representatives big or
as the might be continued
polls arc openKo'moro eoircnning
than the
aFIfl8T CLASS HOTEL. AtitJiT fUJi T11k JSTJT O FLo1ILU. therein for ten days next preceodingftho election. one ballot States, and for all elective officers provided for year
-I IArruxFr4TI4W Lsliallbc
rcccrrcd from round. Unless
: each TOtcr- tho such
uiunicd their I'HIIIIliec it-it.: When he ofiers to vote in the cotmty where he upon by said Constitution. some system it-carried out,
Partita, ubtlk.r aloiiv or iux.'> | by I question of the ratification of the
5- S S V V Constitution.X III. Jt > MYffrntV That at the time I hardly see how the
S -
1 KcAmi tiiv niitdaiid gfiiialclunntc oT 'Flnrido.on w'as registered, and lifs name apppars on the li>t Each same fertility of oar buds is to
tin Ft Join'! .., irill find nil the comforU of liouif at B. FULLER he shall'not ? voterJn presenting .his ballot shall and places at which it is ordered br General be kept up-that is if
11e \ of registered voters, IK nbfret to give his the an' cxhanstfro of
JOHN to Jryitem
: tbu bouw.7'hc name Judges of Election, who
Orders X w41 dated
if .March 1C 1868 that
2* 'rXLATKA. KLA. nxu are large au.luintuM arc all uiq>cti-d, mid question or challenge, except for the) pmposc of1 shall receiveihoballot and call his name an market gardening is to T carried on,, "whether
audibly] election shall bt:> held ,in the State of Florida
tb furuiturc nor ami complete. Tlnyi >UMctmtaHkt identification; to residence., AnU '
r Onfli Kaiitiiiwll SUt1I ttJtVtbercare: or as any person and if he be registered, and has resided in the the ratification of the Co stituliotr submitted we can afford to import supcrphfisphaie V
James JB. Dawkins, oTi-r fifty rtiointi. 47 Boy Street New York registered, th9 hare removed 'irooi npon and
Oity so may
: ten roiU of room c pmwly Jur timilin. iTbi j f county ten (10)) d ,,ys next preceding- 1eloctioa Tjy'sail Conrcntron, an election shall guano iu. any quantity, remains
'in which he shall he to te'seen.
- IX liou.-hi cituaU-djcitliina few hundred feet of the the count j wd registered; I
ATTUUXKY AT LAW ASU WJMCITOU (sew .Paragraph vi, General Orders Xo..
alao be held said- State for Governor
ftKJatPd "AVliitc ulilinr{ Hprfap"(fon erlr knovn >:i\ct.i:k INU !) %I.>K >s V permitled to vote in any county iri the r3ta"tc to" 41 and be the he tn a thereof doubt it. ,. S
Ejtrn man represents himself tobo
dwtantfrum .Tark uvilleIraut Lieutcoant-Gorertior. fember of Congress k
as the ilajrnolia tirins.Jt) ono
which he has removed whcn"he has iesided"| **"*"
ve. 17 64 INL Y7LLZ, ILl. lyw.rLIvEs \. thirty mile. AU the ttcaiuere stop ut thL point I'OUTAr.LF. A N'D STATIOXAJ Y the i his ballot mil be deposited m tie box,, ant} his State.,Senators and Rcprescntdtivts and There aro really.few or no gardeaen here-.-1
therein for ten next proceeding election
days ,
BJI they inna up ami 4own the riyLf.llaviir bnamc will Lc so checked or marked'in' ink'on
i ; ruiiwrvd (ruin Ut. Aupu'tiiie t't Ibe'abuveIIOIUP. S2y.131LV E Z11L28, upon presentation of his ecrtfffcateofrtistra; the list as to coanty" officers. f mean men who have had a long and exiomr*
the jKirromizr ot my oW friends in rtittull uUttrd affidaYitbefOftmbr prevent a repetition of his rote.- n---8.i eleetiorrthall'bewndncted by the forticHUmtrl
experience tfovaltrf
tion, or npon making ( Such : Al
and tlwt of ft* onci M l>c >lun- shall bo conclusive evidence of his yet, wo
irtanyiierr inay i theame
rBcnsrin and the
rnoif 2 TO "ao.nunsK TO\VKU. same j> manner, re-
AT1.IE1 AKD WLTfStLIX; AT LAW, 3 3MIt of the BoarJ of regi&tratiqn, of a jndgc;or manager having voted. See are all amateurs.'
cdocaUonlne. ( also and fv G O.
par. TI, &orns.thereof shall be made as ia provided in I
$. R. A. EATOX.Ifitrr. of the that hc'is
MoiI apjfrorrd Circular and Upright Kaw lllills iIi. ( Nt .election, ; registered as a No. 41.
i )
I.L4LE, CITY, ti.t, Vr'n fyrini/: ?'lcf. JSVrt 1. 1W57. 8tijiir) BklairkiiiOjiofMiiiiirx' nn>l Ptnnta- voter, naming the county iri which he is sorejwttrod said General Orders for conducting and making The price of land iu the vicinity of

!ti .- I ion Machinery on Land aild built toordeci that he has resided' in the XL Tho polls will be closed promptly at 6V- returns ofel ctio on the ratification of the ranges all the way from f5 to |25 acre
; HOUSE CST Hlmftiii; I'uHich, sithcr and Kul'Kit lk-ttiug> ; county )j clock, r. M.,on the 6th day of May, when the Constitutioft pc ac
A. A. STEVENS and all kinds of Iron and Woudorkin ) >ft>irifty.IFir .'- where he ofiers to vote ior ten days next procwjding -1 ballot boxes shall bo opened in public and the ; cording to distance from, the river. should
V.-Tho ulations established'1irr and that he by Congress
Min-hinrrr Hull Railroad the election, and has not Toted j
.. altiq.etl Ut the V. this election. Blanks for'each affidavits will ballots counted in public by the Judges, one of for voting upon the,ratification of the Constitution -I not wish to bo over a mile from'the water, u it
f'rfl( LAX",* Cti..toaer 10 27 Hew York at |
Li 23 25 whom shall take
an -0STEAM- them from the box
be eupplind by the Boards of registration, and separately and for Toting at elections under the Provisional is bard worfl hauling through, these heavy
Oji>uiitt ffnmlinffGrtcn.. (Ltl; I reading V each aloud; and the other two record- Governmcnt-shall apply the election sands. S *
hc mime ot the voter making oath must be
Commissioner of Deeds ON TIJE EUROPEAN PLAN. S ASfll c endorsed otv his ballot, and all' such ,affidavits I jng (in the usual way) each ballot as read out of the officers aforesaid,and all persons who, !

XIL When tho votes are all counted the under the Acts pf Congress, may be entitled to FUrid fluids-St. Jwlut' Rlrcr.
PIPES bo forwarded with tho returns of the elec
:i well au-1 i.kly know to must !
1UIE fcTEVEXSJlOTSf Judges of Election shall mato
and vote said of ratification
certify question
on vote
.VUR Till 1P1rrJLT STATEs.: Hn: trnvclins pubiir. The location ;*e.1L.ciaIIyauitaJIe tion. tatemoat may The following interesting extract i*from the
to mrrchantu and ItuhftioM men: it fa} in elow iroxunMy IWJLIIe U(ZLY, -vi IL Thc-polla shall be opened"etch voting on herewith furnished for at the election of said officers, and nono others special correspondent of the Xew York World
WeSi.H ta efl L.a.i.'ts ewie4 lu I.i Election Returns V ,
the of : the
wrrafaI highway sho\vjng result of
ofth-rtty---Ia on such vote at said election.i '
to the )siinca. i>art and adjareul to all the And nil kin-Is 'TIira> and Iron Fitting,Toul>4 Are.,fur place, during the day of vle fin, at 7 : may V I dated Jacksonville, Fla., 3tarch:1st i
h ia all t;., t1te and r Court* in Bouthern and Xt lcni tnird- count, and shall also sign the lists certifying i VL-No certificate" registration affidavit
.e lUilruad and ftfnoi1 >at deiM>U. Htiam and Oaa I'itter'n ui* tCjrTlH o'tiock A. M., and close at C o'clock P. M., and I The prices of lands on the 'John's river
7Vwi4i.aB4 hi thi Coui Vof the United Statt*, priiK pftl | the same to bare been the lists of
Mi( n>rnrUnM Hoproa uii tth United SUtrc. The Kwvcns lioane han liberal ueumiiii'xlulion fur : let and lurgvjt anfortim-nt'iii .thc iityniilj ) cSall bo kept open, between the c Tioun,wiuiout registered voters oath, or other}evidence of qualification to vote are various. Places with good river fronts anthe
OTVI JOO!juert*-it icU Iurnl licJ, and jxjns.ii evernxtdmt )- j at gix'jtly ndiKx-J priuu. .Stud for 1'ricu Li U f t used by them at said election. They will shall be required at this election than such as most
intermission or adjournment.- eagerly sought at
X.A.3 cnrv. nA- improrement far tfee.cmnfcnt and ciiUTtatmnrnt I then cut-lot: veal, and mark present. Kany ef
plainly the
i couiicnta mayte required according to the provisions of
.:4-tt and well ventilated -\ NEW3OB.tRlEL *" TX. All public bar rooms, saloons, and other them command fine views, especially
iU iiunal The room are ipainI' ; enjoyable
of '
: ot the ballot box, as follows: "The Ital- General Orders'-No. 4J at the election the ?
-- ---- the attendance V on
and"water- sale of at retail at the in.
) with can places for the liquor several a country having surfcce
and y.spttn'i-and the U>i?b itcneroiii-lv pr -i TURPENTINE STILL lots ,of f .. County," aud \ratification of tho.JJonstitittion. unvarying as V
prompt and other of Florida :3tor ia
B. E. PERRY county sonta, at polling places, 1 I that the advantage of
of tk* sau-at moderate immediately forward the whole!
tu the VII.
r ridcd iiith eTrry closed from G o'clockT'of tho i iI : -AU the provisions of baid Ordinance communication
shall be evening by wateroverlooked.. An
S I of the Ileani l of ltratiun on-
-rau'fbt I Extra lU-uvj Dottoiu of tlw eount-. ; in conflict with'ILeso orders declared
ruuius bj\lag liven rcfirrninhrl mtJ renoratei], we prececding the election, until 0 o'clock ot the arc hereby limited quantity of land in.various of the I
AKID : I parts V
ATTORNKY COUNSELLOR XII I. Su; wx>ii ZIV'S th,, ix-ntilt of tin, : V
f.r the comfort and I KIcctioii to Lo null and void
T 2W. arc enabled to ofler extra facilities All lomplde for Sale much& below Tost.C morning after the last'da/the election. Any State is held at fifty cents an acre. 3hmgy
plcaaurc of our uwtn. is ascertained in cath county, the inloi mation ] Ky order of Major-Gencral ITeade: .
ibtirr STREET lEO, K. CHASK A. CO., 2_PtiIl of all sizet. ljiiijt] to urdc and IHlller littM person violating this order shall bo'subject to ViUVV be at once I v1iijijil !lI tho L'nsisIwits oAlio be V occupied under the homestead, laws. Of
49-Gm. I'roprktora.MISCEU4ANEOUS. out at tins l9W>a.t rates. "* fine or imprisonment Sheriffs'and-their deputies ) course such tracts are remote from sett1emests
Boardsof4.I iixi tratHiiiJ to this elk,.. the Assistant
using | Adjutant-General.
Bectoa Mass S ofltecrs-wltl bo heM and of
and municipal resj>oiisiblo V means cheap transpqrtatieaL Aa extra
most i/eodv iiianmr of cuiuniuiiicatioti
, < :ar! 01' for the strict enforcement of .thw prohibition -.jiiijrn bfliuol rttunu, uath and It vord, and Books the* expense of'$lor 20 (n aCreis soon incurred

z--: : -- PLANTATION MACHINERY by the airost of alL'pcrsons-who may transgress ; Disaster at Csiisags.uJIVTTfl'i carrying the produce of an acre to market.
ballots and all
FIKAKCHAL: :! thAB the same. pnpcrs pertaining to thu Keg- i" This n especially true as to gardening and
JOHN orchards. V
t jstration and Election will be at once forwarded WOHKJIEX BITUEJ> ix TH 'Jcjrixs or
j. Enjrinro, llerfte I'owens Orit Mili)>,Apriraltifral IIHI] !'- X. The Sheriff of each county is hereby required I Mail The Florida Railroad ofiers5 to give
f.OUWAUUlXG: A {D COilMJSSIOX 1tEuLANTAil nentj ot vvtry description in *U>re, iKl for t.ilc *l lh to-bo present at tbe'county seat, and,to by Express, or other safe and speedy BLtLDLXQ. land along its line gratuitously ta white ac
WM.-LEDWITH.& Co. [ Par.
(iro xn.)
> lowest rate* appoint doputica bo present at each'polling conveyance On Saturday morning accident occurred tual settlers. V "v

WHOLESALE DEALER IN corns; place in his county, dui ing tho whole tim 'that a be ytiXlVl Allowed At live the coming dollara Election, Registrars will in Chicago, involving a.great loss of property "The highest price I have known rmM for

change and Money Brokers, aI'iW&LI rnov-ieioxa. .HAY, G1AIKLIQUOU the polls arc kept open- and until the election is "Election thro 'dollars per day, and Judges of and personal injury to a large number of men. land to be used aa a garden was paid, by Mr.I .

tEG4w ,&C &C.AOENT ..vxuiCOTTON completed, and is mado responsible that no interference per day for all official services The accident was caused Jry the fall of a block I Perkis, from the neighborhood of your city.
follows Besides
At WttAXr OFFICE, DAT-HrKKfT, VOH THE EVTHirCliiE KTEAUEK. with tho' judges of election other t as : pay for actual service of ten new and partially finished structures, ;He gave 875 an acre lor good land oa the other

4I tr A. U. Uced'a wharf,VonrtUc,Via.Jun PRESSES intcrruntion of rood order shall occnr. .- And on days designated in orders for Registration situated on the corner* of Clark ad Stowell side of the river, and directly.opposite the mar-

4. WIlL y 4ji' pLLsdHJrG? OX NKVFREEDMAN'S 16 ___j_ II V any riheriff; or Deputy Sheriff, or other'ciril I and Election, Registrars will be allowed streets, between Taylor and Twelfth streets cccupying"Nb ket-placo h& Within three er bur miles- of
J I 'I Ts
YundA. for tic additional
tMIdand uflcfl Tljc peg V officer failing to perform with energy and good pay days, viz: one for proparation.'and '. 540 to 658 inclusive. this place some good land with river frontage
WAKROCK two for
: -'- L. MeCAKTHY GIN EYEJl MADE faith the duty required of him by this order, completion of neceesarj The buildings were of the usual style of wooden has been sold at $20 or $30 an 'acre. Price
-- ------- -- and election duties.
GE1L6L CUI1tlS'JIUN will inado by the Judges of the registration Judges of Election frame rows throe stories ineigkt and much in different: locations. Mrs.
AUCT10NKEII ASI with UK Taylor Katfi; limit, Bouthvm, and'th&! new upon report V besides of actual service pmnp \ vary Harriet
-. MEltCUAXT, Craven H.IW Oius, Cotton Irvcitc8with >4nc and election, bo arrested and dealt with by military > days designated by as structures known as "balloon frames" Beecher Stowe gave |6000 for four acres at V

HA r KTRKJST jjcx.c'srILIJ, FLA Horn Tun-erf, and till hupplie in Mow, tat file ut the authority, and pwiished by fine or-imprison orders, wfll bb allowed pay for three additiaoal are generally constructed They stood on the Mandarin, fifteen miles trout this town. There
such additional
lowest rated days for
by am extra
( V ment. V pay southeast corner ot Clark and otowell street are about ;;140 trees' on it 'and.
SAYINGS BANK COStftOSMKXT* MUJCITKO* -- 4. 1J. VUI.Ltlt, t i of Election will orange bearing
&ndJudges be taken
; Will purcbaitp fur pofti**in tb#country all they 3-U. 47 IX-y fitroct,New York City. XI. 'Commanding officer of-'the District Jlcgistrars coMtdered' and extended northward a distance of one hundred fruit These veil her white cottage,and three V
: and in lieu of and
,,t AKITKCSTjCOMrAST. > *ih,at the iowtMt market price. V S of Florida, will issue, throHgb !Superintendent 1 "as to cover any amd ninety-eight feet. In all there were of the finest live-oaks I have seen branch maf-
AVIXOS claim for The Clerk of the
AT1UXLL TKEETIMAK-S October. 2iy--_ I__S __ __ ../A_ of rogidtration for this State, such'deIod mileago. Board will about fifty-five laborers employed in and about I nificcntly over it Some of the best views en
-- HOUSE FOR SALE instructions as may be.necessary to the conSuci be paid same per diem aa Judges of Election andibr the entire row. Some of the men were at work I the river-!andof the most fextOu land, are afinr VI

1 V JOHN CAEDY, of said election in conformity.with the Acts of same period as Registrars. upon the roof, some were engaged in-nailing I miles above Mrs. Stove's, on the ri tntfam of

j' CHARTERED BY CONGRESS.'X1KCIFAL Congress, '-ij-3* i tir.rThd Boards of Registration are enjoinedto the lining on the southern and western portions Mr. Davis Hayd, who offer, his eligible property

OFFJCEWAS1UNGTOND.C >IANUFACTUIIEH OF A! ?$ HOUSE XII. The returns required by hw made keep'all official books-and papers in their poesesonandbythem" of the row. A few wcro, at work upon scaffoldings in lots suitable for various vnvchsera.V

tb I STEAM E3JOI3'ES7: SAW Mjf.LS, BUOAK KOLLEH55 of the results of said election to the Commanding ; they to be examined attaching the cornices,at a height of forty "I cannot'heht regretting;Ibr tho sake of

TnEiiAN1 : IN JACKSONVnJJS HCOK.AD-BUAbS! CAKTIXOS.JACKSOXriLLK oN THE J General of"this MiitaryDistiict, willbe \mtil they are forwarded to this ffice, feet frjm the ground,And ia the several apartments this neighborhood, and of .Florida geaetaQj, V

., u kwatod on Bay Street, whew ", FIfA SOUTH WEST rendered by the persona appointed superintend .V .S'upiaIeHJrHZ j f V O.B..HAET; SeRoL.5AmovtnI a number of workmen and boys were engaged that at this place,where so many emigrants and

Feb.23, IW. tf the same through tho commaaimg pflkerof t> EJrrail.Io 5OFCoL. ilL finitthinj* the interior. visitors are almost daily arriving, there akouHbo

! afl.nd Znrtv.4&iI. afl'U'..1ba1a of Fwa*Id.11UUU aisul ap.a l OUIfEll OF CEDAR & DUVAL.KT&, the District of Fbrida, and in.'ttfcordance BT Jso. About half-past*nine "o'cbck the men who so much difficulty m seeing-specimens acta-

0 tn : tst .f One Icb4r are nonred.VtttRl.M. FlUNK SMITH, AgtHo. V Lot 6 in Block 4 SEiqriitzop with the detailed;instructionffalreadyrcferred oEiitE CUAS. F. LAILUABEE T.SI'LtGrE. were engaged onv tho'outside of-the structure ally growing of the chief prodnct*of the regkn.

) pk.i'aIA.i taI.t., ; to. V state that they"felt a sadden gust of windwhich. All this and much moro might: Le.kae. .A-

,1 5- XIII. No person who is a candidate office lit litut. 1th Uj; S. IttfoHtry, came with, considerable .force from V the southwest farm of fifty acres migIZtbQma4t into a Je-

Artius Cisabic1. 1 Sammis' Block, VV C. L. ROBINSON. at said electionshall.' as a.regitrar.judge, t.(4)t.C&44.A. A. X. Gen1S .This was sucRoedcVi a few minutes later'by lightful park md tromenade,*id be a res at
,..t4i : =T V V inspector, manager, dark,; Of in any other"official another gale, which came weeping in from r v'and laudable pride as well as of proftt

VEAL ATE.i'LOIDA JA( SOXVILLE, .FLA.HAH \cmUr 8.18C7. S S 12-tf. capacity connected .witht. mdnetin fl the V [OFFICIAL."] the sooth and 'west-with immense force., 'TJhe to the people of Jackaonvaie., iOZbVtbS te

Baelnand Siioul WZ struck the block where it and spirited indindtttl here wbOxCan .aSbrd to
lu Htore and arriving, V election. HEAD'QRTS. TRIED )tILITAILYDIbr., gust was open unprotected no
LAND AGENCX, *,' & I'orirand Xlanu.I>ara, Butter klu. Cod and DA7IDG.GUQCEK XIV. Violence or threat*of violence, or any (DEPABTioarr OF GEORGIA, FMJHIDA AXD AiAHAHA. and find no czit, shook and rocked render this service to the puhJGc bat VIA aaocia-
Ch uic, Madtert-1 in barrel) half V fraudulent moans employed lo the entire row so th'tst all felt tho tion ofa twty j&Ja1 mJitdtng =
KU and.lar% Coffiti Tra/Iintkon and RC1IXNT oppressive er proventeverpersonfrOm .) ATLASTA, Georgia,March 22, 1868 thejworkmcn
and liming
rp finh Bed ttRrfc- Old Ilowbnnra4 DefinedVhuke>, oxcrdnagt tUd right of General Orders ) swajnng oftho bnfldrng tnSrbicit they wersta- sfly do sJ Sat would be =samsaQjibings

DEW1Y & CO. wMk.Je offered tar the p.tck*.se on- )v: BAY STREET.srAcksONVILLiBi 11/A. suffrage; i*-positively prohibited a.every'per NdVV4.VV } toned,and desisting freak their work, turned tomake >hondred doU & im- V

Xov.M-U UcrtKK to Mewra.Harris Gaine* Ic CoV' Y Vr.H son guilty fcf using the mcihaU on xyie ''The officers wlio'shall conductyi4o&tolthoIdunder :Ute>Ueutjona thei5e.cape. ibis inataz.t the patti while m vegetailes, fresh mlQc, aadpoultry

.&ttxrncys at Law, TCLMISSION nry Warren tt Co.,'AUfnst( Oiu, Ihnrdai*. Oaine tion thereof before 'a' ilitcoainojt.bQ General -prders-.30, tioiu supports, brjbccs andcopfingpf the whole *they could be every'year' repaid for tbeir

FRAlffltTJTN DIBBLE, Savannah, cia. i-I* Punished'by 5neOr Oh.V ("? i >> Ito 11 and;43, cturent series jrpn.t caeHead- t block gave way, and the V buildings came down 'satiny : IV IVT

4 zI, :;;ILw: :ix vr ME11CHAST, Anjpirt lit iG;. 49 lj V j, V XV; KowmtjractoragrianOT with-lt1ei quartcrsrwill, obserrp the folfowuig] 'rc nlatiditu't with a great'arafthV'feoT7inS benoathvtheir roaUevcnr

-T. r-rr "t- their UtCor *""* 'V .5 ,Oao Mrnkmen.Of T AUVOhiOPVtatOyatOCkWMb.
made for the porposa!* "controlling' as:to challenges voters, : vfJ V one VS
A* :EsThLTE: A CKNF1LE of restraining thou fzvm owil11iojp lrtXov wtsott rho4sB6t a registocd voter,! tho fifty-fire,workman,.who were about the. turn,of Marietta, wb has surrived ai.Ue .
; ; u pliade
cash .wn
,Produce OB vmakaaanu pttrchAAed.Of to mlr Ct 'hi New i'ork.B. ]. DEN AUX mittod to be nforce
i -. V tiBr .,jar.w V mpro thah'fite bf Sir who did nut reeefve some V battles' is the ShenamiealiTaBeyh* VMshotthxougk

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: .nhii estimating "the cost of Riflical rule" atijft' tin'to quote i h h* made, but T4sdLiLT1i'ladios' of the PresbyUrian such tale to be made on tho 1th Uy of March,*: of Flgridsftno legal.Stato- -' officers I authorized 'fok 1

;. minimum. It will figure as largo as it decently day or two aaentleia*who called upon congregation gave another of their pleasant entcrtaintmenU 1868, .of all tho property and franchise of saldV act Jf trustee* under the provisions of the internal Can i why U

M f8 I JQoNvIIaLZ.: can. Accepting this qflfrutj we $Yp $ hihi ro., 1* not a RepuUcsh" contistiogof muslqtand lablttwxat *- insolvent corporation, in violation of law, of th improvement act of the Stato. It is true of tho salo in ono case s 1yet fro 'ict
G85 to provide for. NWE A S1VR laid act, and.with intent to prefer creditorlaidtodolay that upon-tbe passage of the so-called ordinaries' tPothet? Doth ,*
2 .. 1868. : does not deni'ndAt BettelinT Hall, on Wencsday evening last the operation of the act.( '*' " WERE APPROPRIATIONS
THE 0* the mama The tableaux well gotup in dress and,, ar- TenAThul said company, on the 29th'dap day of'January, 18G1, which was the opening then, do they diflbr and why ? I cotc ,

... No notice will betakcn'ofannoymuscommunicaUowL. T jJc\iJJ3ijAX i'TJTJ'" >- vTv (00 ft 4 ft XjUxC ii'v rf v oje would not"benfluen'ced ; rang fiien n4rell performed, and the mus *- January' 1868, being insolvcaVdid instruct .hostiBUer-by the State of Florida against after'int> Vcarortd reflctfon M t

The name and address of tie writer THE RECORD GOOD* DEM66RA-HC by luch considerations, buV would be Inttrumental Prof. Ochns and vocal and f lly authorize the President to execute'theagreement the Government, a legal State government have failed to discover aay legal gronn
by bytbe
between saidMnsolvont the Stato of Florida ceased to exist.
corporation It follows
good for dataiminj
b reason that
.must giycn.assguar&ntyofgoodfaith. FRIEND AND COMPARE j the I
; vfe W mot.undertake to return' or 1 preserve Your men cast strictly in accordance 'with hit own conJK -, beet singers in the city-was very fine. The and the Jensacola and Georgia R. B. Co. in as a necessary consequence that after that date of the salo ia not tho same in both cas

'N, .' communications which are not used. '=.> .Democratic Stitt J orenitttent fypropriated for OAM to the Jaw .and the eTidenco, .Jt>! refrehment'tables with their mingled treasures reference to the tale .of said road and franchise all laws passed by any protended Legislature this be sojhasajo by. the Trustee! doe a L i'y
1865263,1597 "for tJuTpeopk "of aptottrdttSteto' thtib by"the"trustees ol the in'terhal Timpfor'cmentfund 'were'and artf absolutcljrnutt voMr At the solve tb&a'tfo.4inoro
not unreasonable to assume, however, of cakes and flowers, coffee and ice cream, appeared' than a ah
:: ; : ?' ; -m i *te ?]and this was independent reasoas which seem so potent tho Republicans which sale was made on the 1th of March, cessation of hostilities the Government fyund neotw tra sfer of tock by all the'sto
:EepuHHcan >State Ticket very inviting and K/xmcd to be doing a 1868,'h violation of the. bankrupt act, and for hero an orgaftited government, deriving ud anJ Bfaoh&ttotita "2h1 dztis '
entirely, of YOCB, COCSTT TAX! of Tenr$3soo for Andrew Johnaon'a removal thriving business. .The hall was well filled the purpciiio of giving a preference to certain thority from, and not organized under, the Con- exist itlUWffi1eT jii:
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---a- -u--- Forvalaranof State offioors/contingent Iurbo enipoworeu yfththeir8en&tot and we 'beliote'both audience"'and managers creditors who' became -the purchasers, and for 5titnt1)nQthojJnjtcd tstcs. or bofor tjt sale. Ilie corporation iiuIiatbsliht sto:1.

voEi'rff1 '.... ... whose benefit said sale was made all The people of the state fteriiHTiiiilTit
THE CONSTITUTION. pena sj&c ; ..;. ...r.LegislatiTe'andprinting ; and however independent he may determine well satisfied ; patties :
were with the result of the enter ;
-, # ,. ..- d...: '.'. 50J169 having at the time reasonable cause to believe took, by tho' direction- the President, .but erv.iydegeepu4 t to te
be he would be '
; to eelf-mffidentman .
expenses a tainment. ,
-. '' very that said company was insolvent, said Edward without the sanction of the Government, to restore mporisThAlti& and tthte annot diy
t 'OR GOrEP.XOR,. Salaries i ,Superintendent of' Free4- if his opinions as to the "law and the evidence" Houston, agent for William ;E. Jackson, and the State to its former relations,to the Go vermcnt responsibilities anymora 'than itj

'4 man'sschools.... .... .... ... .... $,800 could not be modified, to some extent, by the COc5OLflATiON! FESTIVAL.-Tho Board of others, being the purchaser. S by -adopting new'Constitution not powers, arid.rtmahl' the tame co of

)L HARRISON i REED, Appropriation for families of disabledold1jr8itt. unanimous opinions large a constituency, Trade, assisted by the Committee of tha City JKJfW/tfA-Prayer for an injunction to prevent hostile i to the .Government, and professedly There is na provision in the Interna Ln

tii; tihs; :.. ... .. .. -.... 65,000' execution, of titles'brthe3eo'tppletion; of the sale; working under the Constitution of the United any h
; ; Council
and sonnd for the
/> embraciogmen whose are actively at work preparing '
: : v intelligence
tV uval countWM.H. ? and enjoining the payment of the purchase States. This iovcrnment was declared illegal,, discharge any dett of the corporation
,d judgmenLenable them io draw as reliable con- grand "Consolidation' Festival," which is to money, and enjoining said company from making by Congress ; but with its accuatonjcJ wjalotn. tha i i thout.payment-

.p %: clasions from the law and the fridenceV a' signalize'the,visit of the delegates from our sis any disposition of its property until a final and beneficence Congress saw.h't to vitalize and debt IThq poVe. oi sucing aM bei

: ; GOrEZiZO14 How much was left dutofflie; 910,000 appro any of their.representatives in either.House:ofCongress. ter"town in the interior, on the ,lth of May adjudication of this proceeding. alopt it "as provisional only," in order to keep remains as part of its franchise ; oUigrj..
Tim lespondent puts in an answer denying dormant the destructive fortes of aharthv. Thc las no chart 5r>n LnV
prtlEocoloedschDols, after raying the salaries .'' next- The programme will-fonsist of &joception \U the and 'Governorandother
xiti ." charges allegations contained in the / eflwjeri >of|tW State thus corporation for.aireoso..
; of Dado of useless' superintendents,' for the Actual In speculating as to the verdict .likely to be of thovisiting delegates at the City Hall, petition, and alleging that said corporation is recognized could, invirtue of sutlf recognition, iU identity with all JU (original powa' "

r- _County. education of colored children? Just $1200 for rendered, it is worth note the fact that on Friday morning, ft steamboat' excursion in not amenable to the bankrupt act, because it execute such laws only as wcro in force on tho light of hand or iUuaioa lij it '

;; -' oe ttfiole Stuff! The money went into the* of those Senators whose.names have been men the afternoon, and a ball, at Bettclini'a Hall, in belongs to a system or net-work of State improvement tenth day of January, 1861, and which arc not. 'fl
L *tlrf ki;} tK XEUBKR Of (oIs ; and policy, and cannot bo considered repugnant to the Qonstrtutiou a/id laws of the Wore valid obligations of the COmpany .
pockets "officials, and unnecessary ones a1 tioned with degree.of misgiving, Messrs. Anthony the evening, the whole to conclude with a splendid a private corporation. It is alleged on the part United 'States. For such purposl', and snVfT iJtlwy .

"I "V7CHAS.: ; M. HAMILTON, that, and education. of some l ,000 children Henderson, Ross, Spragoe, Trumbull, supper. Jacksonville- an opportunity of the debtor that this is not suck a business alone, thoyxarQ Sjtate officers jcompletoly invested without sub&tanco? By what law or by

was to bo sustained by ttcdve huiidrtd dtllara.! Willey and Van Winkle voted, for the resolution now to make good her cluiin to generous hospitality corporation as is contemplated by the bankrupt with power to toexocuVefofciKlaws as if le agreement jjjxavfr {they been canccllsd?
4-*,. j.jf f.of Jackson County.f z+ act; and therefore cannot be made amenable to gaily elected, with the exception that their acts creditors to whom these debts were
What a farce!-what as swindle! \%hat an passed in executive session oaths night oi and a catholic publio,,apirit, and while '
that, law and couM'
.adjudged A to revision the
i. _i i. .. V fc" -* '**' a bankrupt. corporation are subject by military commanJors oueo sue -corporation ndAVhat
KIGIITKKNTII-SENATORIAL DISTflIC1. outiago on.the intelligence' sober souse of the 21st of February, declaring Mr. 'Johns 'a nothing will be left undone by the committee oi created for the purpose of carrying on. or of the district Now the act entitled law has.taken away this remedy? 1 ,

;t* the people We have nothing to say about the order for the removal'of"Stanton to be "unau arrangements (to mako this uuch. a gala day as pursuing any lawful business, defined by its "Au act to'provide for and encourage a liberal been nuable to discover any.
r charter and clothed with to do for the system of internal veiooiiU in the State of I IFlorida" Suppose corporation w to be
appropriation for disabled soldiers. Wo would thorized by law.and subversive of the provisions will long be memorable in the annals of the power so > tbo sums ep
m *' c 'I'w' Stimlor, sake of gaining, is clearly such a '-corporation.Now became a law January, 18.55. It| wI
give every one of ojur late enemies who might of the Constitution." Of course, none of State, wo trust that tho citizens of Jacksonville follows then that the Governor the
-D. a-RODMAN. corporation is a common carrier; ; takes j Comptroller 1)0 it
? .*. fc *. I need it, a wooden leg or a wooden arm, if they those gentlemen cah vote 'otherwise then for will heartily cntfer into the spirit of the occasion, tolls; purchases, sells and mortgages property, tho State Treasurer, the Attorncy-GcncraK that therfranchise.and-property,of the

PtY v4.xJ C 0 tI 1 T would oeaae to have .'woodcn'heads and'less conviction, unless they have undergone a radi and liberally assist 'the' Committed with their contracts debts and other obligations, may sue and the Register df Public Indeas trustees of tion had passed by sale into the hands of ,ctT
.. '# ''.. and be sued. What more is to fix | the internal improvement fund, might, by v'ir- 4I4evhodid jHreatothtrdeb asdnot'
> ; necessary
morale and for
a. !9rile AwIujf. stony impenetrable hearts. Wo believe in nmterialjiaid. Tickets tho ball
cal of mind since that date.
change upon it the character of a business corporation k tuo of the authority with which they'woro fn- ;tOTIM bo' repaired tbfcry'it.plcls .
: SAIUELPEA1JN( the virtue of human charity, and would have Next to the-impeachment question in importa"nco and excursion pan be obtained at the stores oiMewra ? vested by'tho internal 'improvement act, and lbo as effectual a/'tir'.M

,3s* R. 13. CRAM.. Vc .. the State provide for/the helpless, tho indigent, comes the approaching, convention at : ,Bostwiek & UEnglo, E..P. Webster & It is also a priyatu.corporation. Us stock is j for the causes and purposes set forth ia that act 'new stockholders who had become pos I
'.-,% ** *'' '.' 4 hold ; take possession of and Bull said railroad and all 'stoo in. |{|Jr:>l J '
stockholders a5yJi
the lame, the blind/the insane and the idiotic Chicago jiext month. There be, as the Co., Columbus Drew, sq. Single tickets, .ad- by private and by' the trustees cptBuMat wu con I
I 1 4 Ibr Coiutatlcs. may of the internal improvement fund, private I its property of every description, and that a tracted. Wo may as wall say that tLe hn&u
But there a sort lunacy and mental feebleness ; Copperheads some wire-working going.on miting one gentleman, with ladies, ?5.OO.- made the*wbfe'of.whose
EL say, stockholders.-See In. Tin. Act, Sec l*. : salo by ihpnfin pursuance of the provisions body; particles erau l to
THOMAS LANCASTER, A. llocirru, which we,can never tolerate,,and this behind the' scenes, whioh1nownothng of, Tickets for the excursion alcno may be iasned s It isr therefore amenable to thp operation of of that law is valid. change in. seven, .ycars, is not the* fv boj ,

!!ExRT RicHAansoNViLEV LOFTON, when ,t ose who can intelligent!vrundcr'sUmtheit with a view to socunng-.tSo'nomination the hereafter at a lewerpi ice.Liberty the bankrupt act. It will bo proper hero to inquire what i* the to say. that a corporation, whota, too
9% (h.o II.iotho THOMAS Ttoium' interests will their faces Are these demands of the petitioners provable effect of the sale by tho Jrustecs upon the corporation hav e changed,is not the same corporation.
FELIX SAM8.ji 0wn, put directly presidency Mr. Wader* Mr. Chase, instead s Cauntj-,: debta.? Any debt which, nay bo proved by and its liabilities, in order to ascertain/ one,alleKation is as ahearda .ihf oQwr. T
a in the opposite direction through sheer preja'dice of Gen. Grant But I thirk not. The friends complying with any of the,provisions, or upon whether its creditors are in any manner delayoc)f f chartk inovitIe&th4 4Mj1tjbir sto

and ,a most contemptible pride. Weha e of chase, Wade, Colfax, and other eminent At a.Ropublican mass meeting' held at Bristol any conditions prescribed by the act, is a provable or preferred, and whether in any aspect such ; their s'uccobsors, acd. assigns shall b a

e' Stm-WEKLY UNION no care-for the opinions of such men. "We dose itatesmen be anxiovU to test the popularity Liberty county, onjfa'e 24th" day'of 'AprilJ 'deb Tho demands of tho,.petitioners consists sale is a fraud upon the bankrupt act. j ration, and tiave andeXercUo corporate po
*- The tiIbsifor1he 'Campaign. k tho deference to tho may 1868, the following resolutions were unanimously of what is termed free land bonds, which First, then, does the sale by the trusteepf f[,,ThU grant i*vii ulo to.thc. rijnaal itockholW
nppotand ;pay gooddentfhonee"sa.aeions of their favorites and-to them the 1
respective their 'and!
pay are admitted to be a lien upon all bonds granted the franchise and other property of the corpora successors assigns'"and to now ofi
: The great necessity fry1ai441mb1ointeUigenregardiig < liberal minded, compliment of voting for them once or twice ; adopted : to the company for the purpose of constructing tion work its dissolution v|The purchasers at liw eale..LyoUMTrasteanA

the impor- true-hearted men, though they 'may have bc non but everyman with whom I have*spoken on Eetolrtd, That wo the Republicans of Liberty their road, and eight hundred and twimty-fivo Second Are the liens upon its property dives- therefore successors"or assigns of the 'original
county hereby pi dge ourselves" to nso all fair ted and its debts extinguished ? 1 stockholders and their successors'and
l stern and unrelenting enemies. dollars in coupons, c.ut from tho first mortgage auigni,
; the is entitled to
s... taut political movements now taking subject,.whose opinion consideration means to'secure the adoption of the Constitution bonds, which are a first lion upon the road bed Third-hf not diaaplyed, (iocs it continue to be t they cannot take and exercise corporative poi.
We Venture to assert that- the cost of State believes that the nomination of Grant now before the and tho election the "corporation jexeroisinij the i ers by virtue'of their
with the and peo-le, of Hon. and its equipments. Now the potitiouera may same same pow- j purchase. The sale V
ph\e together quantity
,! government under the new (Constitution tcffl be will not be 'seriously V and protractedly oppoiocby Harrison Reed, W. 1L Uleaaorjr aid CoL Chas. prove their debts by abandoning their lien and ers, under the same charter, ia before the sale? j tho Trustees, i id a mode of assignment agrni

l 1 varietyKW political news and 'arfie1cs'V. less btr1ieqofle -taxation on the people tJtan undtr the;fricnds o any other candidate Loyal M. Hamilton' ,the nominees of our party-for the proving tho whole amount, or they may ascertain 1oait1-lf transformed by .the sale into a ; upon between W 'State aad the corporation,ni
office ]of Governor, Lieutenant Governor and the value of their securities in corporation, from what law doe it derive 1 in virtue of such sale the purchasers become 0
which crowd for' Democratic this State JtadMaj any manner *
us publication era
) government ; menreaUj'appean to be inclined'to
upon any public more *
member of to exerciso j jHJth jos&ijrru and
Congress. provided by the act. and for such.balance authority corporate poWere' successors 1 the loriginal (to-
cannot be met by a weekly Issue. We ', Beard, the present Comptroller, says, that Bolf-sacrillce, 'af this crisis, than a any other period Retained, That iu John Wyatt, Michael H. as may remain after deduct prove ing'such .value. -If it remains the same corporation, !| holders, succeeding to all the rights, poweaI

; *liave therefore resolved to publish the the &iCSSOd 1 valuation of.* the State is not more of tho ,,nation's history? 'The hundreds of Henderson, John Hoaford and Flourhey Hos- These debts are thcrofoQ) provaUc, and the petitioners clothed with all its. powers and privUa s under i ithe. I duties and liabilities 'of said ttockholden i
j' than half what it should be. There are thou ft .-* ford, our candidates for Senate, Assembly and are properly court charter, by what law in it released from the I i corporation
thousands pf bravo follows who risked after -
Pi JJ;fioy semi-weekly- on Wednesdays year Constables we havo mcii who are tried and 'Wo must next inquiry whether,, during the payment .ofit debts? .; j I l"he corporation nol oemg discharged from id
: and Saturdays, at least, during the remainder sands oi acres i f land which have not pad year, disease, starvation.'impriflonment, mutilation true, who are entitled to and shall receive our six months next preceding the filing of the petition Sixtl-If not released, what law prevents the i debts, and those debts being reduced-one-Laif

: taxes for yr.ars, .'AVe know that in s. iiw conn and death, th'at' tboir country migh hearty support. the said corporation was insolvent or contemplating creditors from enforcing their, demands' against j; by the sal ;the creditors aftt not delayed, ht

1 of tLc campaign. '" / ties'one fourth the property therein li. -arely; live,, have set an' example of solf-sacrifice to ; G. W. Ifpfor, insolvency. Nearly all tho witnesses tho corporation. : benefitted by the sale-neither- the ia! tt
-i. r' Chairman. The first section of the charter provides that fraud upon the BankuptfActlUntil .
----- in terms that the new
paid tax at all. What sort of a condition testify general company t
which their Credit
any statesmen and politicians to %
all subscriber for"stock, their .iitccctso -S and i rectors are elected, the officer of
? was'insolvent, and state as a reason' for their > REMOVED.
; .
of afikirf, is this : Under the now adminibivaticin be it said'many of them at'this crisis appear inclined Leon aud acjsden.. conclusion that the receipts of the road-were not shall bo a corporation, and have an-1 company authorized to-,act. The Engm

*:*. '" Tlio office pf the ?LpaiDA Uxios, has vrc propose tht active and competent asscy :to follow. The first.wish every loyal MB. EKITOE : These counties, from recent developments sufficient meet its current expenses,,tho float exercise corporate powers, they" and their successors Lee and'Stonewall are still the property of lbs
ore'anii-cu.k-vlors biiall bo 1 and debt the interest tfo Bond-s and the and assigns without limitation. 'company,,,where tho sale found and left then. .
vl* ... b. c.n.. .?movd *Ph* Uuion. JBuiloing, appointe mantis to seetho, names of two mon on the Republican harp proven true to the principle's ing fund., Without on further, ; this evidence The fourth section provides that thu directors Tha'taking op1 of'transport ation cortiicittiiai
sinking proof,
.. # 3.0ji.tb%{;6onth'j8ide of Bajr between Pine that all the frnptrty in ite Stale shall be assessed ticket for President and Vice President of the great Republican parta Meetings have would seem to establish the fact of insolOther' clouted by the stockholders shall continue in off. ror, payment a

*'*.; -'nndLatira Streets. fairly, and that the taxes thall Ic paid, or the who will thoroughly represent the wishea* and been held at Tallahassee, April 24th ; ..Miccosukie vency. witnesses produced by the petitioners Coo one year atd Mitil now directors shall be]Hthe t3gnfAr he trans
property sold to'pay it, and warranty given in have certain data which elected; and if from any cause whatever thcro and hypothecation of coupons to Reed melHcolla'tai
L .- r -- -- ------- purposes of :'the great party that-Dominates April 25th; Brad well's Plantation, Gads- given some upon
-- ---- -- -- found'a reasonable' O. B. Hart should at any time be no election of directors, wtrff properly made a
the name of the State. Consequently the rat them, and whose names and deeds will strength den county, April 20th, endjrsing the Reed io judgment
1' 'fi Xlic Cacli System. testifies that mismanagement was the cause of the corporation shall not for that cause be dissolved compliance with the terms of a prior ccatrad,
i 'ITio experience of iiewppnpors, all tho world taxation will be less, in a year or two-be en the Republican party-will secure for the ticket and the Constitution. Blings[ again re- failure to meet the JiuUnuics of th&company; but the-director!! nnd,,othur ofli-ors then and were jnado when the corporation WMin

: 'er,Jias prov(>d the.necessity of adopting and cause .every property holder will have to pay ticket vote!5} in the electoral college which might treated before the scathing flue o'f, Saunden. that the receipts'of the road were' sufficient to in office- shall mtinue, witv all-"tlio powers ycnt JOB jontemplatinsf insolvency. 3fo vf,

.:T 7_ adhering to ti "cash gystcm.' "We have been his share of taxes, instead, as heretofore, of about be lost to it under other leaders.. In .view of The ex-Colonel is in full -retieat to the woods. pay the sinking fund, if tho affairs 'dFthe company j I: heroin mentioncd/until an electiba now di-. "\ of bankruptcy nas', therefore,, been comnutyj
4 % compelled to uort to it, in tliis office, as the had been botlcr maaagoL William Bry- rectors,can. nde take place. j br.tbh corporation*vVs;. ; i A
*-vtjnly means self-protection. half the property owners in the State Paying the desirableness o( securing the thirtythreevotes'of Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Malison, Libertyand son, a former superintendent of. the road, testifies | The tenth section provides'that all the pri/p- \ The prayer, of. tho petitioners that the Flcnda -

; -Illie.expenflcs of a newspaper ar j all cash cx the whole. State tax. New York, many thinking men of the Wakulla are sound, and will pile up majorities upon a careful estimate made by him, that \1 city of the company and all the 'works* con- i Atlantic and Gulf Central Rail Road Gm-

4 pcnsos.( Printers muj>t bo paid every week."The We hope to hear nothing more of this great Republican party, among them some who are that will astonish our roost sanguine friends. on the 4th day oT March', A. D. 1863Iho road strutted under the authority of this act, and i party bo adjudged a bankrupt mtat"-le denieiThiipiVusqL
; telegraph associations give no credit. Pa- of the cost of Radical rule."' .The spoken of Jn connection with the Vice-Preai bed, rolling stock and equipments, and the pro all profits' which shall aecrno.froia, tho same, cattie on tobo heard upou pststioian
ia fc "cash article."* So with all the princikal perty generally appertaining to the use of tho shall battited in the s( kh : per of the State will have occasion to and who under circumstances ADMITTED .TO THE BAR.-On Tuesday, the !
s s ) it , newspaper." system in this matter learn, that even under Republican supremac; would jmt forth strong efforts to secure the 28th of April, in the Circuit Court of Hamilton ninety-ono thousand eight hundred and sixty Th0 thirteenth section [M-Ovidm* that ail pro- th<; parties, h-iving bcqa duly cooud red me

' works'all one way ; there is no reciprocity about the government can and will be administers nomination, incline to the belief that Governor county, after a rigid examination, Col. J. W. two dollar and fifty-five ct-nU. 3Ir. Daniel, pcrtyasscsscUand paitl for-'Agreeably to the it apjK ring to the Court that the proofs do lot
provisions of this act, and -all donations made sustain tire allegation the petition
uuder Fenton of New York should be and Chills was admitted t. practko law iu the Circuit the agent ef the trustees for the boncU of the j ;
with wisdom, prudence, and enlightened Reuben E.
and for the shall for
,' The1 only way'to'cirry out 'cuch asybtcra is company, and well informed as to the value of j to same, fofcrer afterwards be- j no cause an adjudication of bankruptcy i
.,g rover,to deviate fronrit. There can hen bo no standing, and with an economy which, is as will bo our candidate for the Vice-Presidency and Supremo Courts of tli'* State. the lands, fixes their value at three hundred and]j I long toandbccomae7the -jr.perv of said coatI shown.thcreb>-Iti-iatthpreupoa ordered it

')offence given to any one'; nor &iy exception much for the interest of Northern men as for It is feared-it is felt-that we cannot afford to fifteen thousand dollars. These estimates wiln\I pauy, its -sueiessort and'outy'iM in fee simple in t ti judged and decreed thopetition of the"J
1 THE F Jl. & G. C. UAILItOAO CASE. proportion to the number of shares owned by petitioners bov and th*same id hereby damiad.
.tlkeitThy reasonable man. In this office fast fix the value of the road and lands at one mit- ,
any the old citizens, because they are becoming lose the vote of New York iu the coming eon- '
It b
.' orders DcUloa Fra hundred and six thousand hun- [ the slocRfiolJfrtrespectively. further ordered, that the said patitiooado.
accordingly, have been issued, and ant Important. by Judge er.U. lion two eight [
nonncement has been made, that no subucrip tho.capitalists of Florida. test, and that we shall lose it unless we avai; dred and sixty-two dollars and fifty-five cents. Tho fourteenth section provides that the pay fill Jhc costs ,H6u prpqeeding to It
!. DISTBICT COVRT KOBTHEIlS DISirJCT OF stock of said and all the tisc1 'and that thetsail ElordaMUUnteaad;
t rlion\vill bo received, and no advertiramont in* ourselves of the popularity Governor Fenton, Mr., Marcy, the secretary and treasurer of company, preprtbelonging ; ;
4 acrted, nnless paid for iu advance. Washington New*. j i not only with his party, but with the people at TLOllIDA.IK the company, states the mortgage debt of the thereto or which may froni time to CFulf Central Kail Road Company i do*recow

.. Th'o only exception is in the case of rtgidar From our Regular Correspondent TWASUIAOTOX largo of New York, irrespective of politics. RE, RAN&IX & PCLUAX,)| company on first mortgage and free land bonds time be acquired by said company, shall bo held costs of and from said petitioners i'p rdniana
advertisers having monthly tills As regards ,it el., Petitioners, I to be seven hundred and fifty-five thousand dollars i jointly and not separately. i of the thirtyTnr LRnlc: cd the General OrderDankrnpfes1&4 a
D" CJ., April 2Sd I, 18(58.( Governor Fenton is by no means my first It is clear from these extracts the charter the Cbortaf
thcaa, it.would"be inconvenient and almost impracticable ,>, ct. \ In Bankruptcy. and the general indebtedness not secured 1 rom j lwJ" Supreme
to require payment of every advertiscment Manager Boutwell finished his argument choice, but I believe him tc be second to very The Fla., Atlantic & G. C. by mortgage*without deducting payments, att that the legislature intended to. invest this- the United tiati >-* V '

1} -; as handed in With regard occa- about one o'clock to-day. Sir. Nelson, of tho few men named for the,,office in'ability and experience Railroad Company. j ibout eighty-five thousand dollars, making the corporation with a legal immortality not to be ($ignc1 n4uwfliijljH ,

'*' 4 eional aavcrtiscrs, howcvcrj there is no cxception President's counsel, occupied*the floor during and to no man in the country in patriotism The petition in this case sot forth- indebtedness of the company-without deductf f dissolved by assignment or salo, arid Las vested 'Judge
> made. It would bo invidious to make any, Dr<<-The amount and nature of the 4ebt ag the eighty-nine thousand dollars charged i iigainst i a joint interest forever iu tha stockholders in all ;*ff rr yvT
? the remainder of,the day, s'peaking from integrity and .availability ; and this its property and stock The third section o; the !
while, adhering -to a uniform system we due the petitioners,and that said debts are provable the internal improvement fund, tho six [
: avoid giving any occasion for complaint. If an : ,.Nelson confined .himself, mainly, to claim-1 last-availability, I' mean-will not be los in bankruptcy. or seven thousand dollars paid to Reed and !i Internal Improvement Act provide-'that "all } POST NOTiCE

advertisement or subscription is refused, it is not imj'fornis client a "-good character" previous sgbt of by.practical men in 'the Chicago con- Second-That the Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Hooper, the bonds still unsuld, payments to opi i i bondi issued by any Hail Road shall,Company under i OFFICE. !

from any doubt of its payment'by'the offerer, toi his accession;; to the Presidency but his attempt vtntion. We cannot afford to boost op a man CentralRailroad; Company, a corporation created erativcs,'and so forth-the sum of eight hundred the provisions of the thus act be- a first lien or'' '
\-i .4 but from the necessity bf making the rule abso- by the laws of Iho State of Florida, having and forty thousand dollars. Add to this um. mortgage oo road bed, iron, 'Wiuipments, O.F'.F'IC MOUKS,
|utdy uniform.-Xtibik Kfgkttr. to prove him guiltless of tho/misdcmcun- just now because wo like him-we want a man its principal office at Jacksonville, and carrying interest on the bonded debt for three years-say i workshops, ,bpoU and franchise; and- upon a mty

f Tho above article has been ors with'which he is charged waa feeble. who can post us up. on lU business an such corporation within the one hundred and eighty thousand dollars-and I failure on tb'e part'of any liait.Iioad Company,., Swda1.
pretty extensively Of course, 'as' the* 'time far the verdict Northern District of Florida, being in contemplation the entire indebtedness of the company amounts accepting thq provisions of this act, to provide 8p.iStoi4..i. t
.copied, and the "cash system" adopted by our approachcs 1 the interest as herein provided in the bonds is- '
did 10th ol of million A
of .and
( spoculation'as to w hat 'it will be/bo- Georgia. insolvency, on j.tho day to the sum one twenty thousand : kcLoS ;.
exchanges. "Wo cannot more forcibly explain j January, 18C8, transfer tho sail railroad audits dollars. Deduct this amount from the amount tied by-said conipauy-anlthouinoLono per ;
.the principle involved copying,tho article comes more active. There-is among'Republi] COXSTIIUTtOM B.TI11ZD-BrLLOCK ELECTED. appurtenances to the management of the Ponsa- of assets, and the resultbhows a balance in favor cont per nnum nan sinking fond as croiu proviJod I;,.tILlp.iqh 13r/k .uc&j.tuycwyork, WI
( t general feeling of confidence that' roturis' cola and Georgia Railroad Company, with in-t of.tho assets of pno hundred and eighty-six it shall be the duty of tue Trustees, after j U .IAJT>I4 j I 5 f-,
; and as it meets the necessities of,.our case cans a very The from the Georgia election come Havannali, I cw lurk awl "ui-liiogiot roial CL
tent to delay creditors. thousand eight hundred and sixty-two dollars the expiration of thirty dajs from s-.UJ defiajt,,' 'DAltT 8 ,
the result1will'be all i4t"-that is that it
quite as fully AS it docs tbut of the4Jieji.ter, we ( in very slowly, but so far as reported Bullock Third ::1'hat on the 29th day of January, and fifty-five cents. or refusal take pos-58iion eaU Ivail Road |i Lake City.Oainpsville,FcfnancQaj. 1

shall also adopt the system, and rigidly enforce win be the removal of, tbo incubus which now still holds his majority. General Meado has 1868, tho said company, .in contemplation of With such 'facts proved by the petitioners j and all its property of every kind, and advertize an Oc4a I rcii ai&1 acoKI T.mpa'Ocorsia MOD1WlD'D.srSaflU'ltaUruati-DAILy, 8,f. iJXlTfci .

it In the present conditiou of affairs, doing sit like a night-mare upon the breast of the telegraphed to Grant that Georgia has ratified insolvency, did mako a transfer of two engines themselves, the conclusion is mistiblo that the Same fbrisale at public .auction to the high- S,p HiT .Tf; '"I fT'rt' *
the "Loe" and "Stonewall" Messrs. Rood .& tho solvent to est bidder, either for cash or additional approved j I Cva-ir Kew, Srsfr ;n ,'iitol1Titf 4Av>(J't, p.a.
work on crcdit'is; : almost equivalent to doing it nation,and the elevation to Executive Chair, the Constitution and elected Bullock Governor, company was up tho day of sale
[ think most Hf. Augustine DAILV, Hamlays iscepteU) t s I j
security as thoy may advantageous'for i
creditors of the with intent the trustees of the T internal ,
Hooper- company by < improvementsfund.
not merely of a'sound Republican, but of an but that the Democratic. i I1js the River.tbTOtIli4O'' Eiiteririw,per Iesn.m.
for nothing ; and hereafter all subscriptions to to prefer said creditors, and, J, P. Sanderson I the interest of the internal improvement j .

and advertisements in,&o, Vtw, ahl all job honest man, whose palrio&m has been tried 4 and J. S. Sammis, sureties. ,, Did the said corporation, in contemplation of f fund and the ooiidfnJd The proceeds arising t

4 vorkndpno in, this gettablishment, must be Cathfi and found genuine by a life-time of devotion to ftortli Carolina. ,fourth-That said company, in contemplation insolvency, mako any payment, conveyance, or from s'ticli'sale shall be applied said trustees [ ; *
the interests of his country-Honest Old Ben. THE CONSTITUTION BATiriED-HOLDEX ELECTED of insolvency, did on the said 29th of January transfer of money or other property, estate t to the purchase and cancelling Of tho outatandi .I The chcaj* ,safest and moot eipidiudna ay <"
-olff.Pi 2 ngM oPV' to anypartuf the United&Utefc$ ?
; : bo ? GOVZESOE. make a transfer of one of said, engines, rights or credits ; or suffer or procure its property -i ; bonds issued by saul defaulting company, Postal..liwu.-y-jOnl yjyctea OT ia e KaattonitoiUce.
Wa4e .One.may pardoned ,pven by tho I or iiicotyonrifd teitb tht .iiiiiuy funS : Provided .
% that the same might bo sold;.and tho proceeds taken on legal process, with intent to I fi5
I : HOW IIOTJM> THB! CUT t>RED PEOPLE most non-parfizan individual for looking fee- The following telegram from Governor Hoi- applied to the payment of said debt, with intent give a, preference to one or.moro of its creditors, !j that in ma&ng''. .uch sale, .it shall bo condljtioned -I T_ Order issued ia aiuoaut to rait ptuuuuo*

l' :.u.TfL.. #leL :k'. -VOTE- I ** ward with interest' and with some' degrea of den was received in this city yesterday : to prefer John P. Sanderson and John .S. Sam- or'to any persons liable for said corporation as j that tho purchase: shall ba bound to I Fce Oupixe' From. JiO|2q"to aad fJP under, K,S5 10 eta."
mis endorsers and with intent to defeat the indorsers sureties with intent 1' continue the payment>f one half of one per LmaELDrDtJ
for the consumatibn 'this or or to defiijat or'
I .1 JHio>i following correspondence 1 eagerness change Wo have carried the State by twenty-one
; operation of the bankrupt act. delay the operation of the Bankrupt Act ? 'j cent scmi-annually to the sinking fundsnzi all I _
: '{ eiiB4T'. C.;H. Poaice, oi t a1aha., for, looking at the question,without any reference thousand majority. Legislature sixty Republicans JiA-Same as the fourth, with intent to delay It appears 4hat said corporation not having 1\ the ontitanduiy lond (disehaiytd, "under the '

:*iI Iij./bee ; and. :Hon. Thaddeus- Stevens has, to the triumphs or failures of political par- on joint ballot. the operation of the act. and to prefer J. P. the ready money to pay the debt due the sink- j;i penalty jof an annulment of the contract of pur- 1etr driimznt.4.
tics, no unprejudiced mind can fail to see what 4' W. W. HOLDES." Sanderson and John S. Sammis, sureties. ing fund, having'exhausted all its moans of opposition -j I! chase, and the forfeiture of tho purchase money!
Uv u7 lieen- 'sent''us*' ".for publication.. We a vast gain Ill accrue to tho country through >Sixtk- That on the 10th day of January, to the sale by the trustees, and being !| paid in.i '-
ithink ihisivill- decide: the question forialfluur"colored 1868, the said'company, in contemplation of insolvency advised 'by counsel that further opposition wa i ihdpeles8did.suspend Now in the foregoing clause of tho act, pro-
fcuio the re-cstaliliihiDcnt of harmony between the Jacksonville and Vicinity. did transfer to J. S. Sammis twenty its opposition,, being in-i j vision is made for a sato for cash or additional Consolidation Festival,

: !v !I'ttir > voters" how" they hall cast Legislative and Executive branches of the Government A thousand dollars of the coupons cut from tho formed at tho time that tho trustees had arranged {j security/ Additional.aecojityj fyri what ? Evi- / j_

,- x their; ; ballots on thi? most important Jarring between these two is' bad _ASSAULT.-Last Saturday, between the hours first mortgage bonds of said company, to be deposited with certain first mortgage bondholder! *I dently for'thond? issued under me provisions
r' time. with Reed & Hoo}>er, as collateral security that the said road and franchise should not sell ]; of this act, security additional to wHat? Clearly lHE'BOABDrOr'Erl/tDBOr THE 01OF
at Under tho most favorable /
enough entered ;
urflon P. 3L Charles
of and
any 1 2
: Fridenborg for their :.demand, with intent t to prefer for less than twenty per cent 'of the whole i in addition to "tha road-bod, iron, equipments,
4 4v : PAL1flhLSZE April 9, 186 circumstances,, it must occasioriT'not' little wear the store of Mr: P. .Fridenberg, during the"absence'of Reed & Hooper and J. S..Sammis. surety, and Amount of the principal of the first mortgage { wtirkshopsi depots audTran'chise," upon which : JAOZSOHTIILE

: and tear to tho.political,machine,, and Involve the proprietor"and with cowhide assaulted to delay operation of the bankrupt act. bonds, to wit, the sum of one hundred and eleven I> the b'ndaaroa'first.lien or mortgage. K' t**' ; -

; m.'w Thai.' Stnent.Wathingbn : more or less risk of the disarrangement some a young man thero employed named Seventh. .That on the 29th day of January, thousand dollars, and that upon said sale the ;' It.sold for'caaN, tho''money is to bo appliel gacs from TMWIH IOTTM ani fiw in the taw
iSlwuld color 1868, said company being insolvent and indebted aid bondholders should presentthree-fourths of to the piDthtiss und cancellation, not to pro rata the Statc'cu: ., '* .
cFpeopleofPlorida vote of its complicated parts; but, under circumstances Ed ward Turner,,by striking him with the whip
to'the.trustees pf the internal improvement laid first mortgage. bonds for redemption and payinent of the bonds or incorporated with the .
Tl'n JjQitipiituti submitted?,, like the present, i it is -specially dangerous, upon: the head and,shoulders, also using insulting fund of the Stato of Florida in many thou cancellation at that rate, and should receive in sinking fund, shewing the intention of the Leg Fiidj'- ,' .,3p* ./.4.IL L8ff;

,:: Sign'dd( ) 0. :H. PJUKCE and tho,Presidential treachery,which brought it and abusive language. He' was promptly sands of dollars, an arrangement' entered lieu of the interest coupons due upon the same, islature to IK*that th
: jMmt constitutes, of itself, morally if not legal-, arrested and brought before Mayo Clark, who into, inviolation of.thia act, between said insolvent lands[ belonging'to (ho. internal improvement > the Road it/prbperty anJ'franchisc should not U
: : : .XE.. Church, ;Fa., basis for and corporation aud.:persons claiming to be the fund. The railroad property und franchise of 1'j bo disturbed by tho salo; But if,the corpoia- SCBOTZRSIOir 0*
impeachment enrajIt'no ]
i'anjnnpltf and also hat since
-.-* 1 WAsnixGTOjr"April 29 1868. fined him &W : costs; He trustees of the internal improvement fundEd the corporation were cold by the said trustees tion bo dissolved by the sale, there remains no R1VE1Gra
from_office. : venial offi-nsc to inUo- been bound' ver to keep .ifie' peace, and to ap. ward Houston, President of.the Pensacola and on the 4th of March, A. D. 1868,and it appears franchise to which suck 1km can, attach, and the

!l Pc9pcef ; c"ze:4.: : duce discord into our Government at a lime pear,at the next term of the Circuit Court Georgia railroad, acting as such President and that the i parties arc waiting the result of this bondholdeis are entirely at the mercy of tjio H1

:> -HJ Certainly they should; hen rebellion had just been suppressed after at agent of William E. Jackson and others, firsl complete their arrangement. Trustees We cannot think thqn that, the Leg d Ba

'Jt'Jt li'ilf**'' '.i\- I If J '''" efforts from wTi'ch the natiz' wal" still ,CosKECTtoXr-We' are informed* 'i* :that- tome mortgage bondholders, of 1?. A. & G. 0. R. R When complete, the indebtedness of tho corporation islature intended to. dissolve the corporation by /
,," rJ: panting; Co., confederating to hinder and delay the oper? will; be reduced-three f9tu the of thc such sale, but simply to transfer its management
'd ,. when, a Jt'rcbidc&t, .Uio choice of, tho pcojik> had stntnment has'been' published fomewharo io the ation of the bankrupt act, and with intent amount of principal of thdtfirst mortgage bonds, j to moM afUccnt hairle.j Th j ,Act looks to a |I Ticketo fqt toExcunio, and flail, *dai1e1
efloct that Judge Randall was''present at thelate prefer certain creditors holding first with three fourths of the estimated continuance' ( uf the of tho Road Kcutlem-in, with la "' -1-1Tr'.er8.fJia boon"; so mijch ''bonsonsical'taVklf so recently.fallen by an assassin's hand, and mortgage interest due operation to tho | ExcuraionIickct.,,ean be tiand stjbs atort cfX
Vf --j' '* i" A ;t'- ffm" U while'the rebellion'' was still rampant Democratic nominating ,meet ing in this bonds of said company, and with the further in thereon, amounting to four hundred and eighty- payment of tho ono per cent annually to the { UostwwJt t LEnc! ,K I .TTebaU-r& C*.3fl'i'r
,r &bOUULCc21OLmOUsL&XatLOLI( unorhcw Con> M T,writ < ; tent to relieve the president and, directors ot six tb.ousand'seveuhundrcd; and'fifty dollars. sinking fund, and to' tho exorcise of cprporat I j ) *: i) ,. MtfC
and furnished the of its
{.i ut tation, which lias hadii{! natural effect with ;in thqoccziilycqnquered States., city, report proceedingswhich' their liability to pay the amount due the trustees Add to this the twenty thousand dollars due the powers by the purchswora..' The sale .is not &

"!<* many tjnirant and with many 'intelligent peo- It may be that my conacioueness-of- the appeared in the UnionWe do. not on !account 'of'the linking fund, and did sinking fund paid out of the balance of tho purchase ju'Iiciil one where the property goes to the p\irv\ tJc'a

*''; r j ,aXothatwe[ propose 'tv lay'baromo,E h facts strengtl;of the people's; case-my full conviction kno'w whether the Judge attended that meeting cause a sale to be made on the 4th day of March, money, and. deduct the sum fro'n the ch isor divcsteilof all licias, and where the Ifons : L;' ,tiiJi sze
1868,-by the trustees of the internal. improvement amount of the indebtedness of the follow the fund into Court and seek satisfaction
of element' of or not, but wo can assure the inquisitive that ; corporation, ) 1flvni2'( to !1'month. Af lj
; ( \\lf ud fig ros.Ha lbj,>y ,iftayfrcabonabiyf, : bo dejtrr. Johnsoti'4 gIiI1.-Ia my fund of all the property '-f every kind and and there remains a balance of five linndred and there, out of the proceeds of the sale. Priori- ,i9 4t; i .. '5 11,

. d1 uiood, thit be .whoTnni tnay read. It is verj'pUuriblyassw -. confidence to the sTicceea, impeachment; but he neither furnished the report nor does be character of said company, including, the franchise thirteen thousand two hundred und fifty dollars, .ties,uro n tjtii: be cunsuetx joiw are not to bo
I ..- tyRJcnarils'andmaileagVeatI Btdl I haverother reasons. 'There-are many know who did. We father think it would puzzle'oui. thereof, for a consideration in violation of a trifle more than'oncJ-h'alf'of fits indebtedness satisfied, debts arc not to bo paid with the pro- > In Bankruptcy'No 0.

t --I: .tyai *otby.Dyke and the bj Senators'whd are so perfectly clear on the subjoct'that .Democratic! ,.neighbors. ) a Rood. deal toguess law, Edward E.. Houston being' purchaser as before the sale. Deduct this amount from tins, u61s"of; the salcj. but bonds are to .bo ifitrvitaaalor District Court the Uittcd'LSLiIN /'
,, !? Deraocraticpreu --'f *" : of
' t ic said
who but agon knowing compaoy- insolvent estimated value of the assets, and the assdta of tho money iatd* fed Into the slaking fund.
: tbt&tIS, that '-tb.oeof.apruetrat8tate'r converiatidn'lndicatcs| Very plainly our reporter was ; we can aouro and'with intent to defeat the operation he'corporation will exceed its indebtedness six The stock is part of,the property of the company northern Jufffct of Ftort&LIn
tpw they,,will vote on issntv They them that he, will, regularly attand all,their the bankrupt act *
'i areio be eaddUJ *rith burdensome taicoi to meet hundred and ninety-three thousand hundred ivnd the sfockholders have a joint interest the iiiitt r? ioA4il2.fIUUo Bankrupt. I
p ":_*r wi itnmtrlw eztend itura-*-mti of lladlcal* *!government; believe that the simple act of issuing the order meetings,BO Jong as. jjq train vnth Eighth-That said company, on the third day and twclyo dollars and, fifty-five cents. With therein { when'sold tljo purchaser Likop such intorcst.aa' era District orriorUa, .. ..
for Stibton'8 rttabval and"Thomas's "appoint- the Democratic party.' pf February, 1868, being insolvent, did transfer such a result in view it cannot well bo saidTthat the original stockholders 1d l in tbd I, 1iiefl.'o ttvWn'c t
f4 UI ( ) ; its property and franchise so that the trustees of said corporation suffered or procured,its 'prop* corporation and its pro'portj ,Ia ther words, DU-trivt 18(58, a court warrantor of the Bankrupt/ITiutett States* I for'sue U>*0'
' J. ,andonl_
***** > rtinmon"of tbeir great ttro e aboi2t''daion Ld the.Coastitotioflit'WU' initaelf enough to..demandhk ,NAwaALIzATiox.-Tw"i- i bects'of*. Great said company, and, by its transfer olrencyy or.. with iut toprcforcreditors; ; and vesta it in tho purchaser. .' The tfock smut ;, *IaiJjn&1
', I conviction arid remeval, and this is:ondoubtDy Britain as'well as of other foreign powers, are ell 111 the property of every kind belonging to, when .it loaves ,tho remainingcreditors with ply changes hands, and I can ice no 'hin1, 'HMVIUKlit, Of a Bankrupt Mll8bt ABlIitIlj, OK hi|* *own petitlOfl; ::

Iho ccrtect rleflfi1 tako'df, W&'ttuo. 'All required to' renounce' 'their alligiancoj; to 'thewWerfo aid corporation i for a sum far'below its value,, louble-tho-security, which they had before the upon principlo iq, Uia &4'of,*'sale! whore the bt fotfctng to such tantrtfytf
: Courifr figured up tho ealari** of fficor 1 to wit, 1111,000, and 'the.futFor consideration sale; or that .it wan done, with intent j to defeat stockholders matirtho tfariraftr'indi vidually or the transfer of.any property by blnf mr*'r
.. : *nad rth new Constitution at 111,095, per arW pUiw.clrcumstaneei can only properly/'bo.roc; [ wWch1 they are inbjwbt & to take an thai the purchaser,waa to put tho road in repair and delay thp operation of ih'o ili&nkrupt'Act, where they haVtf agreed 'another' modV of jaw>t to am!that' eeLisM nwvtii (&hc ctQr1 te ehco'V 9( sl&

_- e pftVHaLed its wonmary tbe'other day oed aa aggravation of'thil.main' 'cfiFonse. A Mth to supporl thfl Constitution of the Undid and run the tame with their twins ; that at said when it placed the corporation in a condition in transfer wa iu thia.ckst;, where all thu stockholtly M nrj IUKnfifcrjaHpwiliup prove !'

the iaiio &-natcVliifhlghrexpfessed ne'bpmion teat Chej States before Chey/are entitled j toth; right of ale Houston,'as President and Agent asaforefaid whIch1t'wu iilcst* bring itself era transfer, stock ,jat yio same time, the ru tojtelJ QnUt JfluS iii4 taotHctM
4 $ 1 ( -4 JsL I // iff : This must be dorio before1 Court of ..became the purchaser,the i trustees, and ratiot a ttct. It would new stockholders the.stock'; witH all it*in.> 1terWt ef I*. tVDewejr, bcfow T.VT Qabonu y* ff ,
? i .. iIe'.pf; in rc* tajii, rryoet pL1ucJ Peedentcotzld expectto Bun'rage. a> purchasers having reasonable cause to-believe seem'that if it aid suffer or. procure the salo to cidcnts, that is, the property and franchise of May

I j 7 bT piUg,- 'ndJconlingtnt :tatpentet, of the get would be a vote of 38 you to.15 nay fo [lecord'* 'i.,*in .accordance. with'*, .j {*the provf tons of hat said company was insolvent, ntch sale jiarf, be budojit did'(6 contemplationof of i higher the corporation ; in other words, they become '

# &Aeibtfg'8opo? ; aIdng n all conviction- Mi.Wade not -rot ing. awud Lheprocesa u c. NAtcRA izATioy. lug beorrmade;with( intent to defeat the operation degree of solroucy.and not of insolvency. But and aro-'tio'Corporation. 3iow, suppose that 2t2t '

I : Is nol ata1ike1y at th tlt lgonerAUwn that fr Fowler, of lull item k for the special benefit of certain of the bankrupt act he evidence..shojva that ;Jt did not suffer the all the stockholders agree, as in this, case, byaccptm I.. I' ..-- ,'
'JVwrfA-.That the said com punythe trustees ale tako'placd"except to !thq Internal Act tkat TanZlwo
I -ioi ; b& d''tbieey hi r the United "to ; fronflnability TOfst. Improvement ,, OFEES
4_ teeI egsd awozgthmost md the purchasers,sworo acting violation .: upon the happening of a certain event, certain
tb ; u disposed mak A .cr ;;cal
&pnaesotbverypartiuuIar about may throw jjoroe llgh>upon bis probetblo j ; by.Col.' John T. SPrs 0 creditor-! ) anti'UcI jointly procure and, cause' ,being on the fourth of Mardh,1868, in the State !,: w transfris wedO.w3Suadi, ,, tatliteri 'v. '


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TELEQRAPHIC NEWS.A. .I IEACHKENT. judges of the Supreme Court hold office tot life I 11ARDWA1E ANDIRON BOLTS AND NUTS GROCERIES 'D4Xi -

, or during good behavior; those of. the Circuit TJNITJED STATBR MAIL.

Court for eight years. In executive session tho ; '. PROVISIONS For Palatka East Florida

Senate sit* with closed doors. Elections arc to SAVINGS I .

be protected from briberty tumult, &-e. Money rorC'llL'fG.IT b.UUL\-"IlR .YS"1Cr. iAff.l.R
coming to a wife on her own individual .STAPLE DRY GOODS AND &KOCERIK3 ; ASH
.' BltA'TO ADMIT ARKAJISAX.Mr. owned by n' i ; I ILIQUORS. rJl ,ZJS1XDZX4.J4T.&YTtUI
a 1' '
account is to be and remain her sole and .
I -- property. In all tnals in the Circuit TRUST COMPANY. 4.V* rIrAL4rA.Tt1 .
separate .
Stunner's Proposition. and County Courts the clerk of tho court is to : ;

.- to writing and to preserve all the testimony -

.. .r e ff'D aV19.. I reduce g rcni which j is to boligned by the wit- CnAJiTEREf'I BT AC1 Oi' C056KE9S.OFFICEES. I Ii "<01 ETt an.d Shoes; / '

& ; respectively r an onerous duty for the clerk I .

--,-- ncBt PQ-ainly, but which must bo productivcof much i i ".. j jI ,JOHN CLARK -

LOt'I1A1'f. AND NORTH CAKOLtRA. good in very many ways. i iI f
Governor has cabinet -I J. "'. ALVOliU, I'residcnt. .itW ADZ1J4LVT fTE.t3X
Instead of a council tho a P.tcLizzie ,
LEWIS CLEPUAN, l'lnIl Vice PrcddeutI .
Newspaper Suspension.Koreign 1!I an imitation of that of tho President and I I). \ AJfDEUSOX Second Vice Prcndnt.DAIf 1 j BAY: ST., JACKSONVILLE, I I

other soverign potentate, among tho membersof I 1EL U EATON, Actuary. : Bak6Je
.,,-,'- I' ot public instruc- I SAM L. }IAKKlrf, General Inspector. ; I a.s J\ctf '
which aro a superintendent S 111'
Uanting House 1'M1n. 'I11nl"'mll', cornrc4itb i I I
N'e'\-YS' ; tion, whose place is evidently not intended to be IItrnd.Mlblntzton. 1>. l. tAPT. ..JlLh'EWLU ;: l4 ;

.--i- '-. f a sinecure. and a commissioner of immigration.The I i ANCHORS AND CHAINS, One of the LargestBEST t .lp'
-" provisions for education arc through, extensive Branch I cave iur.xJy fp tlAC aue $act, every .coi-
at Jacksonville Fla. ,
flnirs in Virginia. evidently compiled quite in earnest and : LEATHER AND FINDINGS ,I sestla1I11Dn .. .'e1oct. .l wIll lear'
I JwluottTUlc
\"m. every SatnrOay ntonUn ,a Usi' 'lhUda
with a view to practical use, and supported the i:I .n>. --2 a A r STREET S SADDLER, : ;I I &r' a=.. 9rrhiiit at ft"ThU I every
most financial appropriations. JDivers I
generous .
& Georgia Election. j benevolent public institutions for the insane ('JICIIf>' .lo,-. Sundayn na-1 Ilclidujs cxcepted SELECTEDSTOCK boat haa lary ami. airy tate foota x tom UttoaCCSSIXCUAM. .
Louisiana front W .. N. to 1 t r. '., and tfatordny 6Tenir from 6' )r l4SSeUgeS.
--.- blind, deaf, &c., are provided for. The property to P r. n. SEA ISLAND BAGGING AND TWINE/; !I .For tnoftlrtt er 1Jia.aso1 a f*a& .4ke; m.rttim <.

1 exempted from execution, ?1000 of personalty, J ct hr4et. .

W !"It"pril 27.-Mr. Steve coinujoacad besides a liberal homestead, seems to us rather I It'' D>:.rO* lT! ur ANY AMOVXT KhrEITVJi aI : FO5LANY :I I. VL4flfltr. .. a .

his argument and read twenty minutes large, but does not exceed the customary amountin W ,I,. V.OT* At ticks t"\'d r Jttla.umtat\rn'.1acbo s..uU.J11e. Itf
Uoujlit thw
bon lw broke down and Butler road the bal t other southern States. Persons convicted as PERSON.IVjueiU Paints and Otis qt.all Mndz1 ,---.--

ance. Toe epeecL tvLich is veryindictie, principles or sccands to ducl or challenges, and ca1ia1ta3-I.bu drawn ,iti')ut ii-.tux1. fleohe I "),oh11" I"TCLl
narraU th position of the Senators on. the interttal diction bet in are repaid in All other '* i Ii iU. S.-
persons any or raga; arc Specie flpt"(10 .1"1" ar. WAIL ROUTE
Twmrc-of-offico bill at length, and declares that I deprived of the right to vole. But perhaps the repaid lit "GrecnlwcVs' or Xntlonal lionk Billc.' G')1tt"t; Sugars, Ciguv, Tobacco j jTU
its "lOla intc-nwliKiyablcin January and July ill Mcliye.ii, Tar Pitch and .
could not -
the Senators excuse Turpentine ;
feature is the that after Candles
and most striking requirement and by epocul rule on deposits of $>0 ntbl iifwanfs re- : UP5, Yeast Ptvirden '
The speech is exceedingly vindictive quite 1880 laws shall be enacted by the legislature I roainms In the Dank at least thirty dayg. ,
3Ianagcr Williams snceonU-d and will j'j'etrm1g. "requiring educational qualifications" for all All the profits belong tu tile depositors. SyrIlp% Vinegars. Sfarch, &c. ''
.. branches h-re been pvtab'Uhcd in the jmueivul tiue*
eccapy j art of to-moiro\e.introduwl to admit the I new voters after that date. Officers may be impeached -I I from New York<* New Orleans and acconnls can be ; Leather Belting and Steam Packing :1
A bill
House.- was for drunkenmces, gambling, and "any I transferred froia nilE Itrnn, to n1\ .$alt Lard
the Union and referred j I I OIL KCtl' t il.
6Lalo of Arkansas into was conduct detrimental to good monlls"-a tule I or inten uptins tlif) intortst.Tlio :\U" -

to the Iloconstruction Committee.: Adjonrnod. -1 I I which might, be enforced with advantage in thin Crunch Institution ban haiTioir deposit over(lU dvptiit$17,000.] ()Wl'JCO".WO, and HO'r!. ANI HOLLOW"OOJ'EItE\7ARt. TIN W.u> WILLOW. S1OXEV7AKE"..\Rl AAKI D CROCKEtlT: : Molasses, &c., &c. 1 rAVORlTK r.tunDRL1NGTO

many other quarters of our land. There arc Merchants andotUersdcHiac depot und check 1 N
The amount of revenue to-dar la 571-5,000. constitution which would not against their nTvmnU cnn be adxinmoddted."c .
President's regarding the Department provisions in this \\ draw}:\"hc age on New York awl! all the }.ruml. : zSte8lIt Y t.el nud Mill Mipplie ( ''lumdlery all i it Corn Hour CA1TA1X JACOB BKTXJK,
Tho message be acceptable: to those of us who have been educated ii of the AUantic, nimply states that i iII in tho maxim-famous in the early con- Drafts CMI XOTI- York, arc iisyKblf\ thllou .) .mkm: :' branches. Cheese RA.VIXO )'iithnruhTyrefiste4. I. aai-
xrtabli"h *l in accordancu with the usages <>t annual 'e of Jar (K-kc A t'o.CoTirumeiit : Mackerel, Hams, Meal. 't :.-'01,J:1d;f.m" .B<| EftI.
itutional conventions-that "where !.xtup|>:at all itiicnncOmtvuJ Blo.learinr.1..1 .
t lirafts on CJi.irlvtnnVarh
thepril 28.'lIah.Thl following -J I e'-ections end tyranny begins." Bu in its essentials iuctoJlIIJ,1 l New Y ort.. al'V ISunk 1'mtti, tn.1 1 OrtiJkatw !I CHARLES A. FAIRCHILD,, Hominy, Jeans, :Elce. I SODTiUe eury \ ; and in its spirit we think it would bo of Deposit cmbtl nt lowest rntts.Oold I Yond.\Y'DlOI'11lno: t .'d. k. 'mriTin? at JnkT-:4
text of llr. Sumncr'b >06ition: ,. ., Beef &l... &(. 4 clock 1"M. ietttrainiri.'l fen. >4X< 'Wcdf
is the proj Tpn>
Fihernml Hoxi-nimciit l! :urj! iionuht a>nluulv
it provided in the Constitutionof II II"Whereas hard to find, a community with a better constitution u1'1. : Reed's Block Bay Street, f ne0av m lrnin;5 )' -.raiitka Tlramby morajit 7
u ; oVtacL)
than the one the Florida comcntion has arrivitis at JarkionTilfr I Vetork t.3X.
that trials of 11I\"I01'.111- tiII'ie in viiiti" t>t I iu<* Unift.
the United StaU on impeachment Will alM nnVr rt uJar WTN t MJ J.U-i 1'H 111' -
submitted to its constituents. .Q'CDnl.ithcr teil tIte- Condecietl rrerr
l" the JSeuato, no person shall l-o convicld U. HART, !! 5-l.. JACKSONVILLE. Milk, Buckwheat Flour. ,".Imrm-f Jark-mvlll'at A. JI.JOIIX '
the minds tLe morals of thos who to 6uL-
without the concurrcnco of two-thirds of the nor I I'll in HI:n A<\ii>r\'('otnmiftt.' Apples, Potatoes Onions Pickle i CIJIKK. Air .
serve a party prejudice, would vote down u 1 r. r." HALEY. : ?. July ; T C' r. Wharf.Juk-'llwrll1t', w..
but this nquircmcnt not
member present ; document to intrinsically excellent, and promib- : SP.'reta13. Canned Fruits and 1 -- --.- -
euch trials which Vegetable?.
itendod to tho judgment in I W. Is COAN: FRESH SUPPLIES.
ing such an excellent administration of affairs. t tIT S. L\TI ROcrE
remain euVjvct to the general law that a majority ._ I Artinij 1 l1-h'r. of all kinds. Je
--_-. -- ... -, -
therefore in order to remove ----- ---- -- '
praibj, ; t
doubt therefrom it i ill ordered that any question : N ETT.OROH) M1IC AT.Turin. Billiard Tables for Salei t TIlE VEII'b'\' SPLE.Y1JllJ STIAMERIIA'rIIIE

which may arise with regard to tho judgment j I u'_" .___.. __ I 1.\11: : : ASOR'fMENItFWoiileI
:'(Pu'u\'iLLI. May J, 145. i THREE $LAB BILLtAKD TA 1.1.1'*,
shall be determined bj' R majority of the mem-1 MAiy.LE
: Thc ,u'lH 1 I t'i' tI.J It't 'l."r1. It'l" 1..11 rI'". An.t I' 1Icarly> Jl' \. 11 ill r told ben pn'enL'31z. i, I LlthtJ in .Ja'Vijiinip| rr Tinintv., A| ply at the : Baya # Warer.
Evarta comuicnwxl and his first accent Th" tIivrtiinutr muf l ar foU',*>: : 1f! :t VMO5 OF'FJrF.. ,
bushed tho creited assemblage. lie tpoko until I In"t'fIl at 7 A. M. 6:. HishMt, If.If -- f --. -- -
2 r. :t. ::. 'oSi I
adjourninont, and continuus to-morrow. .. .. T. M 1);. JFLOEIDA LAND AGENCY ., --Mri'r. KI
Indications are that Mr. Davis will not l tried at the next term of the court, as stated un !; The U roniettr lias ranpol. from :.&') to Jt>.'>-:>. ALT lartmLaxuig Lin-l? tr r.tlivr, JI:..iI I E tat! for : HAE now ut store and are Linding |.cr Stlivu-r "VI'KSBURG. 451t nEn.I :" BUCKETS, TUBS BROOMS
but doubtful autholit .. Am-mnt of rain diiriu, th act't, J.(X1{?. I I '. linnM neiij a public ) j I
I .. .- Mb a I1 i l t< nnt > -
Grant baa advised Schoticld to decline the -- -- --- I
"E c"r JIILLS, OUlli; HOES rLA\TATll n.,tn
WarIMp&rtment. and to reqWt tb President Jacksonville Markets. DEWEY & ()C>. : GROCERIES' AND PROVISIONS, rois; ro.'mF. noF. thc jerinaracaLIy n1a.l.lD; us the rim a. Cf1 tOll

House-A bill was tntn..ult.'Ii admitting :: fr'i-trr-J .'' r>,' I'f'VK !:1 "'.':...,. 4 f,,. BElL ESTATE WEXTS; Ii i| Consisting m part ol'Coffr*. Sugar, T tti (".Iir'--*'. ('i f."n. Kic H'mi! '. Jfe' l. nt'.tr !:lt Irm! luire J.ietoorrrillc eterr tVJIOlOflXG E.iJJ.J.Y

North Carolina and Louisiana on the aduption J .tCKMONVIJ1LE FLO it ID A.Vioitrty Pork Bi'.ctu. &::.. &. Stone Jars and Jugs.JSD I\U tAluO.; PaUtta TirCESD AT Bwn
of tho Hth article of tho Constitution, and pro- .T.\ KfUJTVIUj: MAY 2. I I' -. I t its at I o'clock;artirins ailjxtrriwiM at':.r.M.ntumiuir. .

for exclusion of class*.s from suffrage !Ivft with iii (lur rait, Ix-toro the fir i of Juo", : mill IvaTe Euterj.rl every SCTfDAT in ni
no "
riding I. tor. *III aJTcttifi"l Fn K ('I 'n111.8 in lh ge" vvi-th. I'OVDER, ."IlnT LEAH : iu;at.> '(; cll; Iuatk every MONDAY worn ini*
enfranchised and no admission of thoeo disfranchised : I : ;i J o'clock url at Ja L. llc
at I
now ortheiitVhilt, : 1.u.,... .. .!I ).. ,tl l ti- I : o'clock, r. U-
by the 1 1th article, until restored as MixtdlVeItcrU..l'vI.......... ..". I W> <' 1 ('0outhtrnIloW i"' FLOHIlI.1a1.; KSTATi; JlEWlAVhii TIl:;' in time to corniest with the Traw. for Sarmwb'*Ta
therein provided. !i M!" ; no("mlfl'l. i i rumer- and lloubtkcqicrd wants such :01 Pl'mfb. 1'1nght. 1m.! ',. .r,. H>t;: I'owder. Full .VasortiLcnt of &It aiul .Net Twin..Ilin' 'htaMe. _
IxsJiJ Inircubtcil! isttn-ntlr tbicu hout J't'r floff11t'r inti.mntj..tJ
thoNorthcjTi p IJ' to
'. Castration, a* tar as pntgrctwl: 'h''ftLlt.t '' 1'Lom ., ..11I''etlt':1I1 l Stai", and 1la turninli; thc%uiy i j and Shot. Nails, Peivps.i Ovens. Spiders. ''. 8 Axes,;0 Xo. 10 Plooghs,Stor i.r.
Kt.IxuiluijiJij........r It[ 1illll I JOJ1X U..U.
!. whit. are 4,000 ahead. ]; Extra......... I IA"Hopcr ;> ,.16,41 I bt''nl.rlugiu.< .jvur jircjurty to tlip j.otice. : an i Wharf Trucks AVhecl-Vnr- 5-Ut .
twsr\1'JIt uii"JU' State.......... 12I' ( HOOOeorgn I .tli-Land tliotixinili"f Howcrs.who"ni-: s'n''ario; -inicrte. > the f TXN': .W AR. dbc. dbc. lDi', anu Grindstone* _. -'pat.
txtm Family.! j>cri-kt t' 11-., jf' 8 .. t-T riji'iilari: t {'I.t "U :ftj-jlKaii": 1; ti
XLTV O Upril 27.-The Tribune said ]i Family, 7 &>
in tho United States .. Pauper, .4 I;.;. I i 041 Watches and
bo tho daily Jewelry.
to only paper'uIl TiPisrht/t2 I'je.,.h*HIC. I -'I' (.; ;: Cane Purchased : ALSO to K iOF:: XAII.I & i
owned and edited by negroes, and the only one !I 1UT- : Sugar ,

thus conducted in the South, has been suspended j I EaterH..........-,1-rcaT, I MH> M 1 t.lUco .:. I I\ ANY t ,.nT, if .I.'I\T. al PECK
fur want of support It supported Talcaferro ]! Xorth r",............ 1,0 < I 1-:. the **. .Tvl!It"\"! IIh 1'1 ci' upuu the I aill'rol1..ll1lrli.'s auv roict on ;I Liquvrs, by the ea" and barrel vhich th>.}' j. ..-'yj tt-lliuij a t \nol ak! and Retail and a* 1I."A'l/l'. :P"','r' Yi:,; 1J'lII.It .r. C.E()_ A. ,

'! >- '! lia\ins ('au'- to hell will 'Leasc rrunmurioit
and the native State ticket and s'wmrtlyi
for Governor I'h"l1l luCfs lit .;tit. ]Jr 110........ 1II< i \l.v t Ml- "'..itfillv.latinj. ,nv.. .up JawaLki'
was consequently deprived all official patron ': amnkcd, ... 15 f 10lMuUlw I t o'j" i ('. :It. JU'dTKI: ), i CEEAF IF IsTOT OBEAFEB1 An
age. The Picayune pays u high complement to I I l.uwlot'.L.Jld uiismokcd.. I1? Ii. I 13'1 I Till lli::iii.iti'l 1'nik, .la< !1:0"u'illi! J,'. I_>. "TJ'IJr
"t all kiinK't'\KtJI.
. Clear Sides UlI..WU"l.'tl.timir m .
, th" ability, kill and integrity of its tnatiaeers. i (Uf u\rkct; aoul'l txinoiiaiiJ. '.. 1; ': -- --- '- : l"hfuaJl" other ULlithun.nt in f L", 4'iv.. tifVV. THEM .\ rAT.T.T TnT CORXF.K' : Alt 1

4. Atm nioM \IJH'Isn. ;; Hiort Clear, ";luv nnnioU. .tJ...... .1'1 11; C"oi 1r.dIks I"' iRlhlwd | U. S, MARSHAL'S SALE .JOINING Till: MARKET. Alto othur Articles too niiiueruua to .};, }'L.1 \. I

LOMXJ:', April :!'.Advices rucu\ul hum KiJp>. "1II. -............ 1.\. I i': Jackson\-ille, l'la..lJcc. 22-3iu. s _- nieutioit, all of winch will lie sold
T>V \.riti1 "f fi t.,, d! fiuiii tlit. T'ni.
.. | uitn- < 1W" I---:
,. that Theodore's Clear KIMrtil 1 MJ.niikt1.. t s'.i i1'oi& ? low for h.
btate King I -
Abysinia sons aro I 1 J3tc,I :10111C'1. 11.1 {''iirt. :.lli J mli. nl tiirui',X..rth .. ca?

prisoners. A great quantity -valuables were 0111-Mt ...... ..... .. .. ... .-2's il'1 (j' '..UXCI' tin ItiMrirt lliirM.i, torn .lin' tcd.. 1 -ill uii tlio ;
KIKST MONDAY ill MAY, iiih-iiy. 5M th.' of Wholesale and Retail
in tho fortns at JIagJala.Tho Ciy
raptured kl.
1 Meo, (UOU 111 in:11 I Ja..I..U\.illl. lio"1' lC
ut tinti'i t : \tT. ; 'i I iuMlc"iit
English captives aro en *route 1'jr home. Iriiii' '><' 'I'-mnn .- -. .
it a ttMj ItfE.Vj.'AL
11e Weather delightful and ftrornur the grooving j i llJni': 1"1 1'1"11"c. -. G-c, !L0 Q Ai 'S

. TOPS. |I rl\ <.i'Uli"UI' fiitii ;tt the 3re4&I1 l'lIto..dUo. '.' U': .EReJl.LYhI..E, t
.1a The Abjsiuuuniewsiinptuu-stlM. IiU&LUCLZ.Gui. csp'd 110 material d..t.I,,o tiniil the I**** sujly on tlot DOORSSASH
I ,I.l.IIiII.. "I' ]>r\ (;t 4x Xai'iur dc&atul King Th\-won'('D f toed I I market i" workud'fi. Xo ninrsrin bft''wu 1'l nAtiil J'n'x. tkst-, n.IrJ-.r,, irueiriv. auJ (:r<....-".ain; D'( j 1
Lid New Y ink rirtn. rienuii.i lini%
Friday. On Monday bfJ stormed i ( )I.n. Jtl.l?\. Itiel upon| u- the {I'r'IIt'.I of Jolin TV. I '
n.-.I. Nc ")lIion'. mid tj\ur lJl f An liilnM] Yo'jns tf.mettI
1I lL1ala'l in
Gen. .aapfor'* immcdiat rrtnru to the i ixpecteL Jjjrju, L.rJI "UI'Ih .i the igtat k.t, ; ol'"tJl.l1I I'luit- llai
A.C III') Myrict :Ut i: u.u.
1.'f # < r., altlwuhJ'I..lcrfinn alran' in ln'ir jirirv. OWIMS t"thf I i TlKj iib.>Ti- njui'-d sotrls iua:.'li. ia j" !tc,I prior to div I FOR

i TIK&IM.VMHJlAia .\I'L\lR"-l'1l1DJ..1 I l'ork-lIoIJ recent ) trI. .-kiug j", .lIIe'iI ."."11'.I':" 1"11in ; vf >sil'.Rt I Ii. :'i.q.1h.fl (d plio.ALEXAXUiU: MAfiKUDEK; : I f

I.ri EicuMOM1, AprilS..-General SrhoCdd today 1 ; aL J:i;. ll. I*. S. Mjrtli.-ilTT.! 1>. (.f FbPla. : .
appointed John E. Stokes Mayor of Portsmouth j i -- : .1.I.l.'JU\lil. :.I.udl 31, I'&t. I1Js 5 o.-usuuitiy on hatal M vrir ie1tK 'otk sf

18.d and a list ol Councilmuhfor that city. I I Domestic larket ----I IN'"OTICE II ,- .:a'LI:1VDS: ; : .L1. fine Wstchcs aiul Jrrfc-r,'aaj.. ttu thor a.rt1119!
I really kept by 1b tnvlwbjrfcl. fn.r* t> th,piVSc '
John Mill ward, one of the piopnclora: of tho i I b'xiAXSAii.jirii 20:, J/;; at nvln.T l pricr

potswood Hold on Tuesday wii-k" intimated -01'." lit. maiSn.t: ,-.,- l3y VULS Itvu dull and i-otii- \
.eD to soujo friend that they ,:ould 'not toe him io.11. Th- -ale an MiiilL Holder* remain lirw. TlifJollo GROCE RIESI HARDWARE .t.Lsbl" :

again and ha eincv burn uii,:in; until this 'inn "trc the.' aalo-KT Total tlwlav luloi.. IW baki at ;'ic, A. & G. C. R. R; Co. : ,
of I 21: at 30' 1., iHl at Sic. \1
afternoon when hit body was found iu UK canal JArws.-:5tod.< full ; ,kmlu I'luict. liliouMns J3', fin. iltJU'U u.4-tjI;! oft}". $I'1.11..It"rl"f ll.j-] C mi I :I 1
with bullet holu in the head. !'ff\ti: l-llii-; ifls<': CurahcrlaiM (uu ll'jrij.jcctvm : : I II i: juiiv In* IHVIIi dnllol, t.> 1-t 'll'ESJUAY i 111 .TL'LY I I aBERCKNAN'S Er.ST.l JIJ\J.JJ: -
GovenwrVcU ncrcna.dcd in lib *t.Ic! :$. Hif : loita .>:ii J7.hurt; ik-ar r..iigin Itlu' i i m.:xt. DIME
was to-night I I '
.alil ri- It. M\ nY.THE : ,
celebration of thr Kcpnbluau: \il t.rictin, the .i Corx. Mo.klars.' : 'iciijauJ. dull at 1.t1.11.:. i'l : t : .h .1 1' J. rjJUETT OFt OTliE1AJTJaLL. .

- South. ;, lirge quantilj In-m U'pot; It., mtlkrfmni I..t". 'l.lutd.n.i i I: I-LI. ",,'r'l..J.'flolr.\ .. : Plasters Hair "VindnwANJ .uI.Of n-J4;done at..n..tkt'. ano work
(; Del'lJ >.UoUUi has i inMual an mtlvr I w-irr-ated. .At okt ktan.l uf C I>. Oak. Oct.
i inrn.- :Lt'.3 ; rtUCLJ p.. Xc"'l'Ori.l Itl'J r' Sl TIaNERY Ittr e' ,A.3!. RnT UoiHinz.m J'cb. -tlWATCHMAKER
the quarantine;u1d.tion" for t, -M* e.niing 1o-*Cm-, H3.2J'513.xtr f WJIS-W: : extra tiunh', *JCti\ I ---- -
Virginia frwii iuitxtul rort.WLIba. *. i, 17. nrtIsrnIiii) ;; at @(1).rt1'11oIl f..r tujH.rtiiic ; : PLANT'1t4 FRUIT NURSERIES -

.'%.\ 1J.I l.&t;hAT 20(:Eastern J5 f"rexlruj Old J1G at f fc rt"from i faulty i\tarf.; JaW in llrpo)', $J7.lots.4t COTTON AT THE: POST OFFICE ,,-\:. (; OTHE,

,: : U"LUIipril2*.-lu 01lhr 'I () *.-1 to"kp' gotxl au.] f'i'1 : *I15 from Tlmri', unU -/ VpffSTA;: GEORGIA. Show Cast"G1ass '
P1tOiij1t5row rton I liau "t r..IH.(1 a ill11 :11".1"1,111"! .t'Tho1Oht .f
juITr :
90, Gen. Buchanan appoints u board of .. -} ,
AtCVsTi. Ajnil 2..Xotliini .j.|>;nu in .it"i' 'tj 't cla9i St.tiniery.jnsLtiTg ofNOTE.
throe of&ien U examine and count the votes of I twos cntirt-ly uomin.I \. J..H.1': FLORIDA AGENCY .VEXT TU .\Jcn ,\TIn j -.

the lalti election anti to retort the result to the I tBi .'- ":. Apnl-1. t .'Uo.iiwll h-l l-J-I. !1.1"1' 1.\'" 1.1-1"1'1-:1; : :. f'OOT.8 tAl' ,

Commanding General of the District. The : TIitjIin: 31'i1 1I ". rILLF/r. T. Hnridge's Block By Street
. Board will nutkt bcpatalc ifpolU of the veto on I \TlL3i\ JTiiv, Ai'ril *I -1'urji'i.tjii" iv.u."H tofiniur EXYELC( ;; TETI:<. TLAXTSyt on.\l'F. (rTTiO NAILS &C.W. -
thCvn&tiUitiou and for members of Congress. ci;,c. Jl..m w th'c; fotrdill'. ltu.J X", : !:.I"; Xo. J. PEXCIL Jacksonville .
'a!. I .i.1; 11111( :id7.'I ;s'1. 01''" T' NS.l'iN: HOLDERS,'rifi,. ,

f.tOJtGl.LI.1) lJQ1't. i : iuidJhng, *e1. TJI, -">. \VK1THJ i FLUID, rOUTFOLlU. cv:. A.r. T)I'El.'TtLL iniorms the cit U'U of J.ri"'
- -Cottou iiwinuwl ; w**.*.,-. YL.\W >o PEACH TIE: < JIt"flltEl' J'ox. W. HUBBARD XX rilic and vicinity that be.haa rptnmeil. a;in a4
.hGtluVril 28.-The unofficial conut of' Mo itt:, AjinlSS. SC.IOOLoOA ", \' btctllinp; >txJts.CS" iis biLJnitaSiu above.Mr. #
' 1 .\ til :!'. ('.nun n- counties NEW OLH AM" ]> at I'.n .
ninety girt- Radical .
: Bullock 2,168 dull *9.20. Corn linn at l1'hlt.h I etlt.'ito the }.ublil' at New York Piiic* I .ilfcu: j G niJ be Kippy rvcrh the rauvoiL,- ,f fcj.XM .
Huur Catajfurnii.ed.
majority. Then: are forty-two counties to hear mMLing: 3Jc.. ; MIJKT Cnii uud unchanged. I k'vp on hand and ll.i\'l'daily all >ew York I>aiy! nnJYiUlr friends anti a many new oars nj wiaix to bars th;1
from which I tl., I.II. Ots 734'j c. hay % ,i.>\'..II Ar .ill the, i>opu-Maazins cf now C. LOWIIY. w-.iUJjes carefnlly rtpain-J and 2narant>* d,and hor
will probably firs
kskcu Bullock's ma- j 1'ork finn at {.!>r!i9.; J. I5Jjii firm : t-l.miMer,.!*? jm MAVSTKKKT.; : that -iU11
.. cjperkn u a ptacticai TTatehiua&n fcnr
JI.'r ontc, and leaves the result (.t election doubtful. I II .e; ribti, IH.r.U"'I.W"I : Li.). 1\1-'. Lard ,11":1. the il day.,' JD.- I* "':111.!! "11.1 (',:'I.'I". mrjttI ..d,. \>,-L'rtUl; for bloriUa, t)ak-oiniIIe. 1101.1. : i- the forty yean in tbu OHintrj ,and urop k h#tnlt
I and firmer : -- i:. 11. I-m:1': be able to give full aatiJaction tw all *wb* tare good
-- -- T. U-wU"U \H ')'1I1, ; it a -- watchoto 1 Alt
1EW \prilfl. > uclts-onville e loricUt >c refmiritl. watchcii warranted .a sfclr.
(From the Eooton Ad\crtLsei-.J fchado IO".". >'lour-State, ...211.. ; twutlitni, ,10.2O ._-5c. Ja : Jam!-!
, The Florldn Con tltNtloii. !t @16. Wh Ht artivo at a dcrlini Corn )ljcvy; yellow 'rLLVIiIi .,"foeA' or Miyll, i'tI -, ._-- .,-
tbf frjuthcrn eI.29. }fc8. : J7';. I.rd, l"V'ifl).*c. -
CowtituUuus are usually considered rather I Groceries ">ncjr. Tnrjntine 7 't'O.: a kcljwrccln 1 C. L. ROBINSON I'u..h KnMltiGROCERIES' THRESH .
> .i.,1| ,,mt: : Trx", (;T4\T.IC Bnn AI OASES
dry reading. But as thoso devised by the Jsouthj j I to yfpn aTTIC*. lower.rrHzbt.KIMIII firm. f.4 JG I THF m:; T ipiSK'8 *

thllfII em conrcntious gradually erocp into public i .: -- ;

knowledge>y invariably challenge respect ; -- ,__J GARDEN SEEDS !

and admiration, which few were inclined to (" ':in.r.Miii 'JC"1..1 LIGHT'VOODSTOVE I I Corner of Bay & Ocean Streets, .

yield them upon credit. They ha\'c tho air oct j ': > "TA-nji IMIUNAL lLEJ'L: I \ i "'"I' '.""T.\I.. I .
solid and }icrnuinuit structures, and by no j J.jastq Wl rtnf', Ofia hf l>it iiivttjAikbOWUJLL 1Ii1. 17.1. I FOU :" .: \VHO :: :; : i N .;'j t\t-'I i I', '1'11:1!) ;tri K H., 'tut
meant ryscmblo the fragile and temporary cdi- April 21, 1M!". ... In h..wl. :"..1 .,?Ii i III ;iILOll7..7' ,I,. 1 1t Till''.1 ,',..t"t,- ..'. :..., .' i.' :.J>n. t" .".1': ", *;.."ttuh .. .. -- .: .- -- "
fic: which the disaffected Southern presa delights !! jn&ntji" .J.! .{ tmb't i.' 'I.:..; i 1:. -.1 i ..LIII"f1fJi;! : BY

- to prophesy that they will prove. They' Internal Revenue Sale. : t t i j tJi'fT'' !."T'f' .II' t'.tfl'I tt.. >".. 'jiVtip. U'fii .
,, l'OIlH'Illlly.m har.'l aiwl 1 loot' : I aim al- "
.m I. J.i :I KJ.l'J
are sound and sensible, and embody the best .. i airi''l to (urm,li
/'USS/BLR NATE. 1 rII'.1. 'I1 piej: JL. nn
I part of the wisdom in matter of government order "t the Couiiuu*j iHni tf lutci i'at Iu.uu! : IK J'IIESOUTH.; ,' Ui-Ci Il! lii, MAKHI.r FOR MOXKilirXTS.1IK.VU E. P. wE OS UUi
i.l'jiu n V f "J"
which the progress: of time and civilization has By I 't11iI m MOSBJIV, .JIll day .,f May mit, in : AM) TUfU *.

I thus far de\'Jopod among mankind. In proof thin city at Trn o'clock A.*., the i 11 tf t I I.. KOBIN ON. l'\XXlH; rut'iTsxi 11 .MILVTS.CL'KKAN'IS. JJIIlt: .AXI AM AOE3CT IKOXFEXCK FOR

IT ef our brief notice of tho C. Railroad 7fv/cntte tiad Xeta-il
allegations a contents A. & Gulf
of the the Florida C Florida .. ,- _._.. .. --- iSTOV'ES i1flRI1rt.tM.. : : '. 1PTnmU: l.r eiius. 'i\ i.'tMU-, A.C. C.J.VIO.K.. .
one just published by n-
.. f DMIS- t f Jockoovik,FUALBERT ;
IU Rolluiz tmk mid KnxliK*, ro mud tlun-of U' .
be '
rcntion n may Bufficicutly convincing, and tile I'nit" -- ---- -- --
nnd Tasca, pt-nAltr J'Jt3
4"JC TOttch more readable fot many than the whole j will Ftatcsb71tkL pay Uuad. I CRAM wrNrivw s AND M)OKS AVOOL'EXAVAKI.:, J. RUSSELL ,

TJginal document M. 4\. \IT.U.UIS. Co1ktt.r.. B.B..
I ) KAlSLXs- i'KACH-: '
The words frctmta," free 'vhitc pcrbous," 1 j 1Ul C. -

4, occurring in the old Constitution, arc dropped ', V:*IIAI.O;-'i-r-:;; ) I 1.--- IEATWr.K: -REI.TIXG; lit. '
or Tnr
Orrit J1'1'1,10:0:
ant the of tho : ; k''N04
acknowledgment -
supremacy 1 O* TBF JfoKTMEBK DISTRICT Of }I4)aIPA. 1II.\LII: IN I
of the national ovctninnt u put in rcr} ,Vt. Al fcfTlM, Al"illlj, I".". REMOVEDCAHINKT

till fullf dear .and explicit shape these grafts, j I I Monition and Citation. FU'RK 1".r1J'RE. J\n.'l\\\. nAT: ORAXCSi COUXTV IM'T .
however, are inserted in'all the new Constitution ",

us matter of uecc sity. But what i cmainsu Ilia/rid Cu"rl f t>" Viittd ;! ('.f..r I!" ..,.',..n' FAMILY GROCERIES, -{-. TER, YEAST (\TU; .f ,

framed wholly at tho option of the Conveutwn. Dittrlct / Florida. 1" AnvittALT A 'D UNtEl.TAKINi: S1tIl. ,;

Stability to have been tho grand I TIle United KUtoir the loop Jerry AI.ilONU., INGI1SJlvArui's; m( Jon \- I SAMMIS' BLOCK, BAY ST.,
:all appears Aupsll I. her Boat*,-klcAl'i" -rcl, Ijlil tFnruiroreaivlberCarstHatHi Fiut I.HO\'I"'IO ". CROCKERY ra.,, >&xr """t Tn t4K .% t 'I'.
object Ldl in view. The GoTernor '
epocially K. .\. ullinnscll ;
; .
holds ofiicc for Jour years ; the members of the : Master of o.iW i-l"<>l'I I '.. i Hutv.Pursuant I -\.lld : BtorosV1UTJI } XUT8, 1'ILUEUTS: to writer of JcAo.vjzzi; ..

SenaU, or upper House, are likewise elected for Ship ; I .

.lw.It.u four years; the members of the Assembly-or waD. uudvr Attachment thu ncftl ol cr.Varraut ld ))urt,It of,me Arntt directed a..J II I! :"IiNE: WAm:: 1'EACAX XTJTS, lUTTEIJ: XITS ':-- : Ocean and Forsyth Streets, ..
lower alt ,\ : PIXF.: LU3IMKK); : Ua.JU4.k I .nlll-.n1.t b t.i4 freshly. k"
If. Iloabe, hold oflk for two )'car. Con- anal UclivcrcJ I doliorcy rfve puUlcnwtiw. to \ d r "dcmble and a fair trial at least is rpcc1 mid gmn-ral.and do immUh nud e1w tb<'ni, t _TUr. "tPIJoCf 4',
permanency SERVES CAXDIES 1/1',111
claimins the nforenaM bloop Jcny An. '. }\\rli.IJOC
thns ftMurod to the principles of any arty and eacU boat ot them, tatklr, apparel furniture,awl her cargo, "UJ.l$, OA1.UH: : Lard & Lubricating FL t '
- Rrfl,lr Kerosene ( JiJ 1 ADEThu
) luw Uv vvls ( iiwe, with .
which onco gains dominance in the State; and or inowinz wr Iwvlmr mi)thing to ray why:.the (amefchould : ix.Aji1 ,- uiMrvn we a put u 1 or We our mra
1EIt. nutJt Store tM
to the > -vry barf UUJ'
eiv.n.lenHiidniitorfvJtrt aecorduig
wery important COO of legislation will oom- not > i
of the said Libel: that thcbe and appear U-rore ) MVEIFS. iI I i in aa it full upouruucnt of all Uiidi oiTFAMILY UtRK:Jl B S LtCITS, OK DKKS FOR WOUK.
mana >
tho least uf two and prayer:
led at %
n yean, gcnor- the aid court to tw bold at the city of bl. Augiwtlm-, : S ".. CARDEX XEE.D ,E1 OT
allf four, before tho .Jickle tide of popular I in awl for the Mid urtl ern lM.trict cf llari-Li, at eVrcn : \ .tf.I OILS ; GROCERIES.JZI'L ,15-flt.__ __ .__. h_ ._ __ 4..' .. '
prejudice vahci it as useless. Whatever I o'clock in the forenoon of Monday, tho liwt day of I :. -- .101 t .1 t& rlani 31W III aiT !,74afs emunlcteof
-- away ball hea&* of *nl- INJTE1) S'I'AT.ES f M kiuJft of Oanten tVU,andJrtewvr ttaeJit,,
tif the lI:1D1 ? } '
Lc of thc'wibdom of these regulation June, A J'? ClZ t'ue for yourtfl',cud vfl.(
inay thought thu nut day of \turiliction thereaf REAL ESTATE yex f>r onr suit IUd tluual v Therefore w*inrlMrajkl olirif '
by those who,like oureclha'o uot teen lion ter.! U-oUjerwfa n ..,1 there un to iDtecpoI& a t-huni and wake 1UVarLal ---. lu lst fated flock of Groetrita I'M the ('i>..-. I b. attentiun aiul orOvr rf aU intaxMca HI harimj jvjUJiift

tAt fit;to adopt iLeoi for their own government, pUotM 1111I1 awnnT unto the IAhelant! III that buhaU.LtIzt'DER. I L. WORROCK (nlo-w.:1I Ihe1ua; 1i.eVertab2i.1 ,
they lure certainly some merit, and those of a of Uc t*. *\I.'X 1., for the" IIDt northern) dirtrlct of .'ht. BOUGHT & SOLD I ._ receiver th.', TqwIo f'-r f..uuul Whiter plaitI .

aatare quite opposed to the claw ot faults: which;I ITU'L rMEII V. :._,Mstrto Attonu-y. 1". 6wr LAMPS WITH THE PATENT 'f'nIlLH..LE &i,R1I" r.z.u (W tI : .

Jordt.a. bate been t*> freely predicated of tho labors of -.. I UY .tl&J
aU the. Bouthcrn oounn OlIl. In addition to XJLTJOXALFREBBMAB'S -- .-. -- - .-. -- i oou Purple Ton Rats J&T.I,
, -* ; the' 1 i '4 $HH .:Burner3" and :Chimney.I I.1 500 EoJ ,I. ,MSkmiug's I. .
< :, directly indirectly:acquired. by IIOBINSON i NATIONALFREEDMAN'S UP j'.AIi8E\UEI.JL\CJ\
tU! cucotixe from those long terms of edict, SAVINGS C. L. I latest and od ,AHAH.Y.LDCK.b now rum nz tepibirlj beitruenbt. 6k JtaU Bags,'

it gains additional weight and vigor from the Me best.tltillfl. Ansustims an>l JackMinvill leaving ) H 00"! .. Long Blood; ami Sogar JJret
i I i A.M. s'xecpe'f.THROU611 .
"pIt" prutliIU- dally .SunLiyH I '4
all\ tJI' pa>wer cf appointment, by and with tho advice I AND TRUST COMPANY. } /:>i/ ESTATE _iGh'/l: ] for' tconoMy and SAVINGS t Jl"'ooe Largeng..Diflinhc4Cabbsga' I'

**4 uateoDt, or bnbjcct to the confirmation of -.J z.v l7al17'OOlil:, OQ EarfyYort
I t.K w SI "
: aJI'.- tW Jienate to nearly all |>ost of any couaonoeaee I Branch at Jacksonville, Fla., Tracts of. Lauds :" UffM. ASMfx'tysr I-.flU4irtIilIf J.lckltufnJk.iUthe1tilxosiia rvrfta"hralh&lll ,- I .,oo I4arge"- ..0 DutdkKarir ". "

.. ,
in the of Florida '
btatc. The
people %
,. ..: '. coxpAxr.; IOO, Fcratmllit,CVJar.PARK Kt'f. &c. oOO 's Ltf t'lryi t
haTe : itw
what ia
of '
oridaoUy no fear commonly .
f rj alleda Oathe other laid f 'So. 22 JUv; STUKLT.. OF ::..' ,' -, SIX DOLLAB& 300noo'1rP k.
"gtctng"gorurnmcnt. i "
< ,
Branch at Jacksonville F : .
iJir"- I < ," ) ., a., M :'
J.eC .u I ftllow OMs kziilalare to ait onlj sixty layewixyear ,'hb 1taik wifl W'tIUlII tt 1Jt.101 rate, Gui, eiUcrA fin"i'lo umrt.ble ; if'
KVKUV' thrtq1i "
)& wilt
J N hue :
I. BURNING ILUID; & LAMP Si.-2 11trrrl lir Uu* I n ; 500 Long Scule 1adil
41it and sessions ; ,
twenty days at extra altcl Uurvrninvut $Im'rlth'" rrcKk-ka,ana wish k'l.L t\i o. "dc3air, "

1.f -rceoJ by tho Govcrnoi ; thus rather hintingAtaje&loittorwkatuuially I'. 17' tf W.Ac-ting U COAX C'Mliicr. tOR SALE; AT .ALL TIJIEK > *', rr A i* Kuik .'ill mnorc. ou about May Ut. ,to &L.ig'sL i i than by anjrother rcyte. 'j .'... ; 50(1 "-.,* !'i- :. .'.' .
__ Pkicir,corutT i f Har an.1 ftitean 4zoei. : '
the -.
4rft regarded aa .IItX5OrtiLIFAfl. 13, 1%?. 3tf. .\SLli oitl.iIF: ; : Krf: ,V'.]. UN..tUn iPttf1 (,I,' tkr# ):!ZIC5t4 iij ;tv I -' -' SignoftiiaQpEDEHltOSTiB.1itf.
jwpuUrarm. NOTICE ., .
i .
-- \. rr. mul .-*' *
: -
/, W w/lsfy/ promptly # jMWI
: P9**". *Toid i the fofly of an elective i TO TUK rCBLlC.-Tli titidenHni"l M*no lniiuc t ButtER CHACKEKP, T ." '. > ,. ..-- -
JlKlzci&17, which wisdom.of tbo, Xcir York.' nbtiow wWi MAM M. Dona, Cedar Kejt,H.riJOHX -I j .Oyster l"rII.kl'l'tI, Sugir' C rtlkcrtl. imdj AJtffLtnAis: 'E4It VO.I.a Jo'C"m iz* ,kaIU. M,1hc "TooLJWt,S w" :: orrUJm t3'Ug1..4.7.x ',ValCbG&Ut
nocracy still sooe fit to oUin and have pkcta K 'it.A1UiOS'. I j Jolt_ Bn.. wl'Jc nlo 1 t EI.'SOS Lc.E1L.)'reeter. I cfcjtoBWSoy .
.d .*pp ntinmt of the Jodgw in (the Gover- 1.w Tn, M -. 21, *>t. 14m. 'I .tf. A"litnrt. ll-tf. 30-tf- 'MA I1UCIC i Ifrtf .J'

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4 rineTa th Gtsaary % apipria.See. -lln tof [fairs i>f11i't *i* r litt .'tt'wbo inay IM selected from- toaa MtentifleJ Jn act provil (or carrrmg inttr effect the conTentwnrlUSrfhe HW 's- ;;

tho UnltcdJiuxtcD, cliall tiubli n.4ha,pubtio, laws and per.op ,*iot luclndadle th* ofcorporaton. The the more eiBcunt government of the rebel States,' patted That s
ACTS"OF THE FOETICONOEESS 9. Ami ta it further enacted, That the con von- t/eUes of tiii Tllilrty-niatu COBSW authentic copies lrtonitrshafl ex cuV> 9 tKffld ia mictr penalty as may Much tweeizhtctn hnndrc4 and lxty-sovcn,and to public of Venezuela, for tho adjoatmcntHof iitfllcient soul
it.'PUBtIC tion for each State shall prescribe the fees, salary and of wbJchtM littthct-duly of tlBcrtptaryof Kt& tctofurfiUh be repaired,condltijned f r thta -koepua of the funds bcDitate reiteration1 passed March twenty-three, eighteen claims of citizens of the United States on .the into effect is' *Rl tt

compensation to be paid to all delegates and other officer aoiiuu* practttaUe.Kftrr receiving notice of bf the corponil which may come Into his hands, and hundred and alxty-eevcn. shall have power, and It Government of that Republic signed at Caracas in tho Urf I7
*and acciiw herein authorised or necessary to carry such designation ; and there is hereby approprlaUxl, a for the faithful discharge of the duties required of him. ball-bt their duty befojo auovlng the registration of the of money treasury not othcrviso *pproprl .
I tpTu Into rfieot Uio purpose of tM act not herein otherwise sum suflk-icnl to hay for said .eale.: 1'ronJed, That Bee 0. And be It further enacted That the property any person, to ascertain upon mch facts or Information on twenty-fifth day April, eighteen toeL
provided for, and uiall provide for the levy and collection the accounts therefor shall be settled in the usual man- of said corporation held or occupied by them for (houses is they can obtain, whether such person ia entitled to and sixty-six, the Commissioner to be appointed -
; UZilTED BTATkU, of BUcli taxes on the property In such Mate ns may rier, and the compensation shall "not exceed the into and purposes of their Incorporation shall be exempt from to registered under said act, and the oath required by by the President of tho United States,
R be necessary to pay the same. fixed iu section net en aforesaid' all taxes lo be levied wider the authority of the United ajd act shall not be conclusive on btich question, and
and with the advice and consent of tho
?AS.S12) iT TilL FIRST SESSION, See. (i. And be it further enacted, That the word "ar Bc 5. And bo it further enacted, That to much of States, or of any municipal corporation within the Dut- no person shall bo registered unless such board shall decide by (No. 4.) A Resolution fof ti Rdirf .f Fte1-
tick,'! in the sixth section of the act to which thin u.sapplfwiMitary Bcctlou seven of an act entitled "an act making app rev tiict of Columbia. that he ia entitled thereto; and such board shall Senate, shall bo allowed a compensation in hill men or Destitute Colored Poop!. ha th

VThich'vra*begun and held nt the City of Washington, shall bo construed to mean "section."' inaUoiw for sundry civil expenses of thegoxcriimcul for Hcc. 7. And be it further enacted Thai Congress may also have power to examine, undtr oath (to be ndmiulstcrcd for his Bcrvicca of three thousand dollars, and triet otColumbl bj.
in the Diitrict of Columbia, on Monday the fourth KCAUVLER COLXAX, he year ending Juno thirty, eighteen bandied and at any time hereafter repeal, alter, or amend this act hy any member of such board>, any one touching ten dollars in commutation of travelling ,
day of March, A. D. 1807: u adjonrnc-d on galur- Speaker e>f the House of Representative*. ulxty-eighl, and for oilier jmrposes," approved M.irvhettcoud Approved )arch 9, 1887. the qualification of any person claimln1.; registration ; a day Resolved by the Scnato and House of Bent*.
day. the thirtieth day of March, A. D. 18G7, to meet B. F. WADL, eighteen hundred and, t-Uty-Ec-Ten, as rotates to but iu every case of refusal by the board to register an expenses for tbq titan actually and .necessarily scntatifcsof thoUnUod Utcs of An ric
on Wednesday, the 3d day of July, A. D. 1WJ7 ; met evident of Ihe Sjcnnlcjirjcwpme.. he publication of the treaties and laws of the United CIIAl': XXl-An act to authorize the appointment of applicant, and la every ease of striking his name from occupied in going from the placo of his residence Congress aescmbfcd That'lfty ia
oi and -- States, bu and the same i is hereby extended lo the State other Puiposcs. the list os hereinafter provided, tim board shall make thoosaad doUart
on the aaid third day July, continued in wstaon IN rU until Saturdaytb twentieth day of Mid July, on &' Marthas 1M>7.; i tot therein dcfcignaud, stud lo Tvrriloncs ; and that lie it enacted by Ihe Sena c and house of Kepreucntativcs note or memorandum, which shall be returned with the same U hereby, appropriated of
which day it adjourned to uicel on Thursday, the The rrtoidc-iil*, ethic United States hi vlii ,returned to it shall l lie the duly of the Secretary of State, upon re- ol the United Slates of America in Congress assembled registration list to the commanding general of the district termination of hia duties. any money m tho treasury not. ptbetpropriatcd .
I twenty-flnt day of November, A. D. 18 ; met on the HOUAO ejf IteprcscuUitivc-s, in which il;? originated, TIing uotico of tile designation of newspapers under That the eight wa* liincn on tho dome of the setting forth the grounds of such refusal or tuch Sec. 2. And *oo i; further enacted, That if the fur the relief of fretdmen mo-
c the mid twenty-first day of November, aud ended the he act aforeAkTand this settonprointhy1to turnwli touch Caiiitol, ul congressional stables, hue gate-keeper, striking from the list: Provided, That no person shall President shall elect to appoint the Minister or
the bill eiititlud "An net supplementary lo an mt entitled colored in the
second day of December, A. D. 1MJT.JottNoos lie's* HporicrB ..authentic ooinoa of Uio treaties end aid watchmen of the grounds surrounding the Capitol, be disqualified as member of oily board of registration voopl District of Columbia *
'An act to provido"for the more e-flicient goviru- laws of tlic OulUil Blatca lo bj published us aforesaid : be hereafter appointed by the serRcant-at-arins of the by reason of race or color. Resident of tho United States in Venezuela to same to be expended undor t&ediieetioa of thi

.Ac1I1Ltw !V iJcnU Br.MiMix F. \VAIt. uncut ol the rebel States, and jiaissed Mart facilitate SecOnd, eighteen" 'rovidcd, That il shall bu lawful to print the laws and Scnatp, and Iho scrgeant-ut-aiins of the House. That Sec. 0. Jud be it further enacted, That the true intent perform tho duties of Commissioner under the commissioner.of tho bureau of fmdmsa
President of llio Senate. hknriLtu rou AX, Sjic-tKcr hundred mid t-ixty-Mvcn, to llonse restoration, (i eatica of the United btatcs, us afjiva.iid, m three newspapers (he oflicci aforesaid be also authorized to appoint three and meaning ot the oath prescribed in said supplementary convention aforesaid such Minister shall receive *nd n'
of the HOUFO of RcFreieutativvL with hi* objections tbcrcto.the of ieprcscnl.i-: in Louisiana: And piuxlded further, That the additional watchmen, one for each of the eastern porticos act U (among other things), that no person who has fugecs. r
tires proceeded, in pursuance of the Constitution, lo ic- ales fixed by previous Inns shall not bu hereby in and the cari-ingeways under the same. Each watch been a member of the legislature of any state, or who a compensation for his services of fifty per cen ApproTcd, Marca Id, 1867. *

comtiacr the tunic; and creased..Sue. man so appointed shall receive an annual compensation has held any executive or judicial oflice in any state, turn of the sum hereinbefore mentioned pursuant -
ClIAI I.-AM act to aniciid act entitled "Au I to Resolved, That the sai'1 lull do, two thirds of And bo it further enacted That the whether he has
au a J. following of one thousand dollars, payable on the order of the ser- taken an oath to support the Constitution to tho provisions of tho ninth section of
amend an act entitled 'An net to Jncoi jioratc u Nation the HcmM of Ki'pretenuttiv en agreeing to pass the uma U ,'and llio suine are hereby appropriated out ol gcani-at-aruis of the ticuate and the ecrgcant-al-arms of the United States or not, and whether he was AssignQo .
*! Military and NaTal Afjloin for the z'elicfof the home. any money In the treasury not othcrnu approprIated, of the House, or either of them, and the amount of holding such ofuco at the commencement of the rebellion the act of August eighteenth eighteen hundred
totally disabled officers and men of the volunteer forceof : lIon: i'., br the obcct3) hereinafter cxpre-Mod, f jr the fiscal year money necessary to pay said watchmen from the date of or had held It before, and who has afterwards tneagcd and fifty-six, "To regulate the diplomatic and NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
tne, Untied States,* approved Zfurch tTcuty-om, U K.IN tiding the Uilriii of J une, eighteen hundred and stitj- heir appointment until tho end ot the present fiscal iu insurrection or rebellion against the United consular systems of the United Status."
eighteen hundred and surty-tiT. : fs-NAlK Ol'TII ULTgDITtTE$, seven, namely : rear be, and the same la hereby, appropriated. States, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof, ia In Ufjjittriit L'uarfit She V. IL, for LM X.rfsn,
Be it enacted by the Minate aud House of KeprwnUUroc Mardi :23! 1M7. j For blulioneiy for the llousa of l'ayioivntali\, nine For the compensation of said watchmen for this fiscal entitled lo be registered or to vote ; and Use w ords M ex- Sec. 3. And bu it further enacted, That ..thePrtsjdent 7Z.rIi&*_;: I -

of the Uuilod i'latci of America In Confess assembled The .Vuite Jiu'viii? proceeded, in pursuance of the thousand dolliuri year ending Juno thirtieth, rightc-en hundred and sixtj- ecu tuo judicial otllce In any ulalu in said oath mentioned be, and hereby is, authorized tu make In the matter cC Joseph Prfco. la Bauikzvptq

That KMtion third of the act to Incorporate a Constitution to reconsider th t bill enutlc-d .ui act For uiewspapers, ten thousand dollars. eight, the sum of eleven thousand dollars n hereby apiropi shall lie constructed to include all civil oflieus such provision for tho contingent expenses of .To horn it may concernTb* *1 .,___ ._
national aojlurafor disabled oUlccrs uni men of the supplementary an act entitled 'An art to provide for For iulsfllaiHOiis items ten tliou iiid tlotlais.Hoc. idled.1'or created blaw for tho administration ol any general law notice of hia appointment a* *an ?
volunteer forces of the United Stages approved March the more efficient government of the n-Ul States," .">. And bu il further enacted, 1 j hut theiu bu, nndicuby lie eouipt nsatioli of nn ndditlonal lieutenant and cf a state, or fur the administration of justice- the Commission under the convention, including rue, C-Olumhiacountysnd SteUoFioridawtta* Joss

Cist, eighteen hundred and nUrj--six, l*> ainenriv.ite of the Capitol police, authorized to be appointed Sec. 7. AntI Lc it further enacted, That the lime for tho moiety of the United States for the com* aid m trW, who tan been adjudge a baalrrnt.

striking out the words "not nicmbor if Congress." and lo iaeililalo reiteration," returned U the House of ury not ollici wi. e approprvited, tic sulatic-H of the coiumisfuuicr jy the presiding officers Of the two houses of Cougrefta, completing ihc original registration provided for m said ponsation of the umpire, and of the secretary, his own positIon, by tue Dxtrtet court t>f ia 4 rfit DM
Approved, March 12, is! ;;. Krpresi'lilaUvea by the President of the United Stales, of educ.utjn and hits clet'Ls, twelve thousand from thou date of their appointment until the close of the act may, in the discretion of the commander of any du- who bo chosen Commissioners J U (IiLL.umw...
with his objection, and sent l by Hie Jloiit-e ot UeprcsciiUtircb four hiindicd ilollars, fur lie penod of tineu mouth. irexent fiscal year at the rato paid others of the same net, bo extended lo the first day of October, eighteen may by the pursuant J.ickson tIle, 411'lil 13, 1s. 't
i iii.-.tit act inakius nj'iimpn.ttioas tor the ex- to the Sonate, ilh lie message of the Pic-Milcut ending June Unity, eighteen hundnd and ixty-be\en, cradc, BO iiiuth mouey ns mayJie nccesaary is hereby appiopnated hundred and sixty-seven ; and the boards of registration to tho provisions of the convention, as ho _uv
ComniLiiaoiicis tut: vy the Pivsulc'iit to the returning; the bill : and toe the year iiidinj June Unity, eighteen hundred and for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth shall have power, and it shall be their duty, commencing shall dycm just and proper.
fndhin country. Uevolved, That the bill do p.u two thirds of the Sen- unl tixty-cigiit. '* t June, eighteen lumdreil nnd mxly-clght, the sum of fourteen days prior to any election under said act,
v Sec 4. And bo it further enacted. That such
lie it enacted by the Kcnato and Himwof llej.row.'iilalivcsof ate aRiwing to paw the same.AlUit For furnishIng olllrcsnnd htaXiom-iy, MX thon ind thirty-three hundred do'.l-irs is hereby appropriated. and upon reasonable public notice ot the time and place Assignees
the United State of Aincnca in Conirrcbd asueuibled : J. AV. TOIIM.V, dollar'. The beiicaiit-iit-aimn ot the Senate and the scneaiit- thereof, to revise, for a period of tiro days, the registration sums of money as may bo necessary lo carry NfJllCE: OP

That the cum of twenty dolUi* be, SecicUiij.CHAP. For the repair of Long l>ridge, Dlitdlct ofCoiumbit, at-arms ot thin House are hereby autlion/c to select a lists, and upon being satkiiod that any person not out the provisions of this act, bo, and they are ArronDatrr.In
nod the eatne ii hereby, appropriated out of any money to boexpenduj under the dueclion ed lie iJecietary ol pattern for a uniform for the Capitol podco and watch- entitled thereto has been registered, lo sit ike the annie SIts DiftriH Court of ii. U. : for Ihe KorOttt
in the Treasury not otherwise npIlro.rJated. to p ly the VI I. -. An Art to provide for a l)i,'lnot amla War, linecn tliousnvldollais.Sec. nUn, and finnish to each member of the force two suits of such person from the list, and such poIson shall not hereby, appropriated out of any money in the tritt of ftorida.Tu fa

exjouum ofconiaiiui>noiH-nt 'y the 1'ivMdcnt to the ("ircuil Cuiut of Iho United States for the district of 0. And be it luUher tnaclej, Hut the following per year,at a cost not to exceed fifty dollar per suit, and bu allowed to vole. And such board shall also, during treasury not otherwise appropriated. the matter oft). P. Luther. In $ankmnt

1 ndian country. Nebraska, and for oilier puiroses sums be, iind thu -nnno arc hereby, appiopiiated, out 01 also to iurmsh said force with the necessary belts, arms, the same period, add to such reg .try the names of all Approved, July 20, 1867. To whom it mny concern -The bcn\v t
Approved, M&iclr!*, 1SG7. l>c il enacled >>y the Senate and House of ISeprescntatirenof any money in lie treasury not OtherS iz-tt appioprutid, ami bo foi Ih, ul u CO-.1 not lo exceed twenty dollars per person who at that lime possess the UaliIi'-atioii3[ required (gives notice of hIs appointment aa nndtntzned Main
the Unite States of America in Congress aMMubled -*- to: enable (tic secretary ol the Interior to' i>.iy (ho eeusc".imuiicd \- man, and the amount of money necessary lo carry this by said act who have not been already rcgfiitered; Luther, of Columbia and State ** f O. K
VITA?. 111.-An ait to repeal lointi evolution oiititlc-J the til > of Hiid shall! at time be CIIAP. XXXIV.--An Act amendatory of "An county of rlondft,with"
7'iiat ate of tliaU hin-afur > by certain Indun, dclogjtiuiis m visiting provision inU cilecl is heieby appropriated out any no pen on any entitled to i-c registered in said district, who has been adjudged
A resolution to iovIJv far the ruciov ol of tlie wreck constitute one judicial district, and be called the listnot Vashuigton i ity tor the puipo t't iu got u ting tu .iiiu. money In the treasury not otherwise appropriated, paj- or to volt by reason of any executive pardon or Act making Appropriations to supply Deficiencies on hia own petition, by thedlntrtet aSaalmpt
(If the(teanataip Scotland," Rpprov ed January twenty- of Jve-ljiaska ; and for Kill dUtncl .t dixtiict judge, a anti in Ihcir ic-turn home, tu wil a1u1 upon] the ccrti'.iC.itu of the ofllceis above named. amnesty for any act or thing which, without Midi par in tho for contingent district. "* CJBrt .q
ninth, eighteen hnadrod and biit v-sevcn. inardiil, and a district attorney of the United State, For the Sioux of Like Traverse, Un lliou-nnd dolar Ono half of lie moneys hereinbefore appropriated shall don or amnesty, would disqualify him from registration Appropriations J C
lie it enacted by the Benal and Ilouf of Rejirere; shall bu appointed by the President, by and null the lie paid into thai contingent fund of the .v-natf, aud the or voting. Expenses of the Senate of the United Slates JaciaonviIk t.EXLET, sa e ,.

Lathes of the United States of America in Congrca- aseeuibled udvico and consent of the Seuatc For the $iou \ ol lie Uppi I M irrouii, f.ltun lliou-aiid other half into the continent fund of tIe House of Sob.. Amid be- it further enacted, That M.-UIOII four of for the fiscal Year ending Juno thirty, eighteen - -, -Y':! -- --- U 3w
That the iomt rwolution rhtitlcd "A res >hi- Sec. i. And bo il further enacted, That the sat.I UiaIrictof Uotlais. IeirtsiUttle". said last-named act shall be construed lo authorize the hundred and and for other
lion to provide for the removal of the btonrarhip HcotJoud N bra-ka shall bo attache J lo anti couttitutc For the tribes ie.-iding in tin State of Kain.u! lilteen bee. 2. And bu u (UI tilt euai litl, thai I the Bcrgcuutat com mandj ng ccucral named therein, whenever bct-hall sixty-seven, ssigii --
," approrud Jaiiuurp twenty-ninth, eighteen hun jurtof the eighth judicial circuit : anti at temni of the thousand cllLtr. arms of the Senate and oj the House of Kcpic'Hcnta- deem it needful, lo remove any member of a lioard ol Purjoses.
dred Van4 ixtyev, I*, and the same is, re- circuit court and district count of tlio United States for For lie CU'ppC'.v.iH of UK: Iis.i..sijpi tboa jijl Elves utre itUt htumjted to make such rule mid reulaUoiiit | registration and to appoint another in his stead, uud to Be it enacted by the Senate and Ilotu-o ol NOTICE OF AFrO! 1H2fT.

pualed. said db-trict ball be held iu the city of Omali.i, in the dollars tinny may dce-iii ncietwry to preserve the IM.tee and till any vacancy in such board of the United States of America
Approved, Mardi M, 18G7.11AP. State of Nebraska, on the first Monday ol May, union .Iml all laws allow inn, the I'rv-idviil the t-e.ietiry ol secure the Capitol from deiaecmcnt and for the protection Hcc. 0. .Ind bell further ciiaclcd. That all members Representatives In tht IfistrM C ttrt of Out IT. S., foreXcftrwDi:.
the first Monday Xoveintx.T, in e-ach ve.ii. (lie InUnoi oc the romuiitsioi of Indian ailantu of the public pioierty therein, said snail lets e rower of said boards of rcgistnttioii anti all pirwijB iierealtir in Congress assembled, That tho concluding Irtct .r Flori IV.-Au act lo clothe the uuimcJ ai;.1 destitute Sic. 3. And bit furlhir enacted, Dial the circuit enter into treaties with .inj Indian tuln-s me heicbj to arles( suit ditaiu any person violating said rules, elected or upixjinted tootlicein said military districts, portion of section six of an act entitled "An act In the matter of AV. Ul Jerni an. ITo BMknn&*,

.;oliliei and district courts of the United States for the district repealed, and no expense snaIl licit .ifttl IK in< mud IDnejoti until eucli pci.oii can be brought before (lie prom-r authoiities under any so-called stale cr municipal atithon'y, or bv making appropriations to supply deficiencies in whom it may concern :-Tho nndemgncil hctehr
Rita it cnactwl 1-v tho Senate and House of Kepresenialirea of Ne'irat-ka, and the judges thereof) renpe. lively, hh:ill .itms; a tu.itj sit1i any Iiidi:in tube until au ajiiropiiaUon fri tiial, without further oulcr of Cougresn.Sec. detail or appointment c-f the district coinnundi, shall! glees notice of his appointment ft* as4Zne of IT tt.
of the United :laWi e f America in Con reMj asermblcd jiosscsn the same povvuro and jurisdiction aul I i.erforinthe [ anthnn.ingi-u.cli cxpcnso hall bv list ui.iuet U. And belt further enacted, all monevsappropnatcd b* required to take and lo puWrilw the oath ot oJUcc the appropriation* for contingent expenses ol Jemisrra, of CuInmbU county, and State of ItorUo.
& That the Sect clary of War IH-, and is hereby fwime ditties pooscai-cd and perloruicd by Ihc other t>y IHW* for the Waxhiugton aqueduct nud f<>r the prescribed by law for ofl'u ers ol th I'mted SUite the Senate of the United btatcs for the fiscal within said dwtrkt. else baa been UittlKcd a BankranTupon
I nuthumod and reqairoi to luniinm ene complete suit of circuit and
  • c-Uliou, by the dUtnct court of *aU u.!
    cloUiiue to eneh invalid i-oilier v ho i an inmate of any and h.ill be goveined by the same I.IAS and reg- films of uione) hoictulolc appiopiiated U> be t \i. ndiMuudir expended under the dim lion of hue Hecrclary of War.Si. lommandcr or luc-mlx of Ihf board of nitration, orally year triet.
    res ilarl} cxmstiluted "Soldiers1 Home" in the Umted ulation-i. the dire ot tlieioinuuh 1 oin i of ]>ublii 1 iU'ldingu I. Aiid 1-e it Jilt iluci enacted, That nil laws in- of the officers or appnintics acting under them, vnd sixty-seven approved March twenty ninth Jacksonville, A pill l 1565. 17 jwXOriCE
    blatee, cut ut the stock pn hind in the quartt'rrnter's Sec. 4. And IK il further euiaeteJ. That the di:.trictiml trnii.itrie4 t'j .tiiL I mav be ( \tiilidnl undt tilt Oiibistent with this act are hereby njiealcd.Appiovid bhall In bound in his action by any opinion of tiny civ il eighteen hundred and sixty seven in the words -- - --- -- --- -- -i----: t-. -

    depart:ninl.feecU. e np ioinlcd for the district e-f j\cbnit>Ka shall leci duuetuiil of the vbiif cuu'iuiHrof the aiiuj or Mivli ollleir March 30, lbG7.ClTAr. officer of tho United Slates.Sec. following, to wit: "And all laws allowing the -Assignees -
    !. AnA be it f urtlier viiaUed, That suoli cloth.nsr iv c ns his eouipcnsation) lie sum of thirty-live huuJi c hall lie deli\crod I o the in-magei-h of such iiiotitutionaupon lp in four XXI. An actaincnddto of thi.- of visions of this act and of the President, the Sec rotary of the Interior, or
    dollars a year, ]>ayal> equal inMaliue-nt-i, em .1111 0\cml, ii.tiehi it, 1807. !} oi'gsni' act acts to which this IK supplementary OF APPOINTMENT.
    their requisition therefor, accompanied with mdivertincstos the first days ol January, Apnl July and October of Colorado Tern tory.Be hliall be construed hlieralh, lo the end that Commissioner of Indian Aliaira to enter into

    : na to number* and condition an the Secretary each year.Su'c. XIV.---Ina't to 1-eniibtiuo the tt.i'cof ludi- it umUciI by the .Se-nateand House of ] i-prenen- all the intuit thereof may be fully nnd perfectly tarried treaties with any Indian tribes are hereby re- / th' DtttrM Court of fAa U. S* fvr the 'jfoHAtn fitInct -

    of War rosy prescribe. 3. And l>o il fiirthuer enacted, Tlut the inu>Iiil alan tutu Ohio for moiiejs cxpend'd 1 fur the TiiiteiJMatea t.itivei of the United Mates of America in Congre-vH aa- out. Sciuurit COHAN, and shall hereafter bo in of fTuri'la. .
    Approved, March 22, 18 J7. and district nttoiuey the Unite Slate-, and clerk of in enrolling, eiiulpping! and pioMslon.n:'imhtufoieis Illble'J, 'lhat lieiej.ftjr the scuaions of the IciKlativc Speaker the House of lLcpreseutalivcs.! jH-alcd: no cxpens cur- Intheuiattcrof Win. .7. Wattlns .Ia JBanknrotn
    the circuit and district couiU, for the said district of Xe- to aid in mppiiSMIHJ the lit uclhuu.Uo mbly of Colorado Territory shall be biennial. Mcin- lt. F. Wn.i red in negotiating a treaty with any Indian tribo To whom it may concern :-Thc UnJanigned hr &

    cittI,. V.-An art in relation to a tciiain tjii.1 ol 1 nOiu bra ka, shah severally JIOSM-S the rowers anti pcifoinihe it iesol\id by the Hiuatcaiid 1 House 1 of Uiprccont his of the council shall bu elected for the term of four riesidelit of the Senate rro ti miion-. until an appropriation authorising such expense gives notice of bm appointment as ftMisnw, of Wu**.

    Burlington, Iowa. : duties lawfully poascfcsed and performed by similar t ilixes of tlie United State Ameiiui in CoiigioK nsseinbled years, und mcmbelsof lliu house for the term of twoyears shall bo first made law ** be and the sab- J. Watkiui, of I'otkconnty, and Stated HooiU wltt-
    lie it enacted by the Senate and house ol Ilepreocntativcs ofl'.eers in other dmtricU of the United States, and! Tl .it imme li ileiy silur lie p.isa.ite of Ibiict and halt leeeivc Vie sum of six dollars per day Is itti. i'F 05 IIErCESEYriTuiss, U. S., in sail Uistrict, who luis been acljiuliml* BaakranC .
    of the United State* of America in Congress ammblcd *- for the Fcrxiccu they may pel form icctixe the Ices and the 1're idtiit hhall appoint time -comnuirioneibj inslead of three lollrus heretofore allowed, and shah July lUth, 1> G7.'I mf-is hereby, rtpt-ali-d. his own petition, by the district court of wW That a eertalu ordinance adopted by ti'e city compeucaliou allowed by the act rntilled ".tut act lolesulatc and with the advi'-c ani eoiiaeia <>1 thu Atnatu, \. ho ,n"i alto iecivc this t-aiue milciige now allowed by law.Her. hu rrcbidc-nl of Iho United State having returnedlo Approved, July 20, 18G7. trict. -
    round! of the city of ISurhnslon. in the State ol Iowa, old the fees and rohU to lie allow e-1 clerks, nuirslmli not Kbidenti of tie i-tatc of 1'idUui.i, whose duty ili.ill 2. Amid 1 1 i.e Itfurtuir enacted, That each house the. House of Keprcsintativcs, iuhiih it oi i ctuated, C ORKELJKY,
    Lttc of lvcembur tenth, anno Domini eighteen hundred >. mid attorneys of the circuit nnd di=tn< t courts i>f be to nsrrtain the iiniounl of mciiiC} i c\x-nil'xl; snaIl have authority to elect, in aldilion to .he oll'iicrsnowalloncd the bill entitled 'Mu IK t supplementary tu an act entitled Jadisonville, April 13, 1868. I7 3.
    ; and sixty-six, entitled "An ordinance dei-otiig Market the United States, and for tIller purjrocs." njpiuved1'cbruarj cy the ALite of Indian 1:1 u.rollin,.', ednippmg, Fub-ii-t- by i-Tiroliin ( clerk, who -diall ieecive Mil act lo provide for the inorcctUcicnt goven-ment [Yo. 1.] A Resolution supplementary to other

    V Njuarc to certain public purpose*, and proidin for the tweuty-wxlh, eighteen liundutl and lilt> nu: lian-pjrtiua, and p:.3 in,; such .Mate loieen as \vtre five! dollars per day. Thu chief clc-ik shall receive of the rebel) Mates,' passed on the second day of Mart. Joint Resolutions to enable the People! of the
    location certain railroad tracks upon certain strocts threc.Sec.. tailed into! se-iviee in Mid Mal'j Hintc the first day ot MX dollars per tIny, and the other officers elected by said cixlitcen hundred nnd sixty-seven, and the net supplementary United Staft-s to participate in the Advantages Assignees
    and tor other purposi-N*' is hereby niUlicJ,approed and C. And l c it further enacted, Thai all C..IMof Januir, ei Utun h' ctj-two| in act I in ('ii- lesisiature shall receive five dollars j*>r day each. thereto passed on Iho twc-nty-tlnrd day of
    made legal and valid, to fur as relates to said public ap|>i-.xl or -writ of error, lieietofore jroseauted, and now ecinMtli the United .States. IOHVMII the a1.1rcesloii; ]> olrclHllion .see. o. Aud beil further enacted, That the membeiijot March, eighteen hundred and sixty-scveua," with his objct of the Universal Exhibition at Paris, in NOTICE OF AFrO INTMEM.
    ojuare: and that eald ordinance shall operate; to ct uvey 1euiding in the Supreme Court of the United States, against the CjiiUd SUt H. tiie giUntiv c assembly elected at the general election tious thereto, thu House of Kcprr-i-c-nttitiv cs !procctded lbG7.
    to the JJurliujton and Missouri liner llailroad Company upon any record from the Bliprciue court of the "1 cm- .Set i. wind bo it luillm enacted, That the roman.ii'iiii' .-.* of said Terntory in the jvar eighteen hundred and m pursuance: of the Constitution, to rc'oiisider themine Resolved by th" Senate and IIouso of Representatives In Ih' District Hurt f the C. *,/ r Out ..N.illeiPt,
    all right and interest of the Visited States in the tory of Xc-broska, or which may hereafter be prose< uted -' -oappuinled tdnil jTULecil, eubjeit lo ix ulatuciisx.uIjtxl si-v.ty-M.-vcn shall comjoHe; the 111 st legislature under thu ; awLlteoolvcil Irict uf Ftvrultt.In .
    premises known us Market Kqitaio, in the sa.4 city of from said court ad herein allowr l, may lie lu-.ird and to lc )) by the .Vecrutarj: olVar.ut oue to act, and haid legislature shall! Meet al lie tune now fi J<*dbyliw thu (nil io pa=K, Inu-tliinU ot the of the United States of America in tlic matter Joseph Viyl'-ff.; Io.B nkruptcF.

    liurhiiiflon, upon the term* and coiulilious and for the determined by the Pupnine Court of theUumd States, t-xauiihuie all tin- items of i j>ciuliHlie inalby -eti-1 1 State fir the meeting of time Ki Litive a-scmbly ol House, ol lpusciitativc> :ituiceiii In pa a tho sviiae.ytttC Congress assembled, I. That the commission To whom it may concern r-The un purpoccs and uses therein deiiipuitcd. and shall IUM- nuLl hue nuiidatc of execution or e>f further piocec-dingfi fur thi- puiroaehcruii iiinud; iillon 1112 only! lit d15- Colorado Te-i ntnrv.Appto.ed t IJIlVt D. Ml'l'flEBiO, of the United States at the Universal Exibition gives notice,( hw appointment an awtftne of Jowph
    the same force, operation] and cilecl a* if the fie-suople shill: be directed by the Suprcino Court ol tin1 mte, IStjT.; Cleik 11. II. U. K be held Parts in tho hunn \ is-'itr.! of Ililkboro county-and SUto of Jteida.! wltli
    to said Market btiuam and t-1rcetfl were owned lyai.l Slates to the circuit or distnet court of the United Milif-istiug, ijanBioitiiir.fltKl, ] --paying sneh 4o at year eighteen in sabldidrictwhioha.s! been adjudged a Bankrupt
    titv at the date ot fuU orJinaii -uti's IMI Uic lislricl of Ncbraoki, or to the supreme troops r.s w< IM exiled into service ity thy goveinoi, ut the CIIAl'. .VX11An act for the bunpoit In pail cf the- lTiih MSSATK ul- inr. UMTEO hTAri ., '( died and tty-scvcn shall consist of the com hw on petition, by the district court of laid dlitncT MII
    i : Apj ro\-ud, March 2 A 1$!>7. court of the State ol Xeliracka, as the nature <>f said aji,- request (>f the L'uitixl .VUt<-> dejnrtm-jnt commander National isoldii is' and Ballon' Orphan) Home I m the July 1'J), ISC7. ) missioner-general and honorary cominiesioncrvvhobo J C0iaaaj yaa l iee.
    peel or writ of error may require| and eiuli ofthet jmmjudini that illstiirt in which ludia'u uaay at tin Distiict of (..kilumtia.JJe 'ihc Sviiatc having pro ceded, in pursuance ol the the Jn..hontillApiil 15, 1808. n 3w
    1. ('1rAr. VI.-Annel *lcnuiilary to au r. t tiititI(1K court hall be the successor of the supreme] court of time have !lteii iw hided,..n bj thi express Order.coliFonl, it ciiactid by the N.nali and Huu.-.e of Kcpici** ntatueh Constitution, lo re-cousitlerthie bill entitled 'Mil mitt atipplcmcntary appointment was approved by joint, -
    %y tltu express of hue United States of America in Conga ae- lo an act entitled '-In act to pruvidu fur the resolution of January twenty two [fifteen], eighteen

    '14f s of the liebel States," panned March secoud, liteen to hear and determine the Rauie, and lo anard mc-siic or older, coiistnt, comurieiKC ot Mi'h coniniandir, en sembb-d. That theme be and u hcre-by appropliated, out more cfiieiciit government of the rebel states( passed on bundled and sixty-six ; also of the thirtycommi.sMoncrs Assigne
    u hundred and\eu, unl to facilitate lUttoration. final prot-e-bS lliereon. Aud from all ju-l raents and docncs which may h ivi* bei-n einplojed or tiscd in nuppierxuiu: of any idoncy in the treasury not othunisc appropriated the second day of Marh, e-ishtccn huudrud anti sivtj- hose appointment provided
    g 'r* of the supreme court of the Territory of Nebraska, rtliellioii 'm ald hLite- A'n I no ullow.uice hall Umado fur the Mippm tin |1iurt of the National Sol.ilcrs'und >even, and the act buppluim-ntarj thereto, passed on the was NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT,
    .R IJc It enacted by the $tnatc and ll u-col l"Jire"ent.v i rior to its admission an n Statethe j.artics lo sailjii4tineuits loriuiy troops winch did not j-eifuim actual imlitiiy bailors' Orph m Home, in the District of Columbia, 01iii.od Iwenty-third day of March eighteen hundred and MX- for by the joint resolution of July five, eighteen In Iht Ifittritt Court
    4 ., live of the UniU-d titHc"if America in Coniav-sn a .- and ducrcxii shall have lliu c.>nu', right to sefli'e in full concert nfl co.t.peratitintti! lie ,;,[ under an net of (lie twenty-filth ot July, ( ighb tv-s<-veii." ictiirned to lliu Hou c of hvrcscatatives Ij hundred and sixty-six, and of twenty commlsainicn tnrt of the 11,for. the iVos'im, Pu...
    appeals] and wilts of error lf the United Stall, with his ol jet lions, of
    &4 >embled., That U-luru the Crit d.iy ot Sentvruhei, eighteen authmilica of lie United Stale-* and Milje.t to thurorderr. vvh-jjo appointment ii hereinafter
    hundred and ,M\tj-se\cn, tinooDimanuin eni'mltu eci'ittS n the) hail under Uie l.iuhof the United States twcnlj-iccoad ofFebuivrj.U/bteen hunJleil and fivtyscven and Kent by the Ilounu of Kepre-sifitativm to thu fin- por- the maltcr of Francis Smith. Ia Bntpc/
    !1 :
    l tti theudinieiion ofsai.l Mate of Nebra.ka into the to be expended undi'i the direction of the oti'ern) ate, with lie mctsngc of the ]'i<-.idcnt icliiniai the iidcl fcr.I1. To whom tt may concern :-The unJenignell
    ; each district defined i an a t tnlitied "An aet to jinor S ,-c. 3. -\nd! be it fu'-t'ur enanc-d, Tlml in uiakiiig up hereby
    proide for the more cQicicnt government the rrUlMjktes tnjoii. aid account, for thecoinenienre of the neconutlii otflceisol ot slid iiiititutioii, ," I>abeca March K-roud, eighteen hnndrcd and &.e. 7. tnd l f irsaid ilisirict <>t Xe-brahlj shah be. duly apjoiiileJ, the ate reeii'S Iv pin the tame. saul district, -who has been adjured a Bankrupt
    'nisty-faC\enkhaU eauw a registration to lie made uf the wjianitdy the amounU expended, ii' pii lively, for en- UBM"
    male citizens of the United $tate-, twcnty-oije yi ir- of dii-Ui'-t judge f the Uniteil Mate-it fur the dmtnUof lolniu;, iuippin, aim.iJg, hubsiatiu IrauBpciUiig.aud XXI 11. -Auut i Mending to the Vuteof! Ne- tint : J. vV.. loKNtv.6' with a vote on all questions that arise. his own i-ctition, by the rtiMHct court of nid cUsteict.
    and resident in t.ich Iowa i.hnllacl m the district judge of Nebraska,.and li.u-ki the I'rovisioiis of tin ml rclitiini to Agri'-ultu- >. J 4; O1tELY. assignee.
    upwards, or-pu-Hi
    age: ouiity in payinsaiL tl0Ii.See. III. That the commission shall medal Paris
    the State or State* included 111 Ins district, which uib- shall have and exercise llie wmo juiisJic-tion and power .! -1. And be it further cu.u'ted, Uhat, i.. the udjustincut mat Colletf K I by J. \ Io.siii>, Jauk.c'nvi1hApril 15, Is68. fr Sw
    tration ehall include only tItoe irons who UI-C- .4ittIj- 4ii the districl hereby created ns lie has in tlie .iiir-tiT of of count under Ibis act, the eomiiutnioiu is Jnl luc it ii.tcted 1-y the .vuate und House of JUpres.cutative Chief CU i It.diAl' (is early a3 possible before the opening of the exhibition
    for delegates the n.t alore aiJ Iowa. for enK.aioii for -- of the lifted States of AIIIOII..I in Congress as- the call of the commissioner-
    tied to Into by : and \\hoi not allow any expenditure or tomi> 'cr- upon
    hail hare taken and bubcribod the oat Approved, March 2 IHoT.CHAl' tlu.nw.Uiul Iho tram uuthoiizo. xciiibled, 'lh.t 1 the grout made by law of llie Kecond day -Assignees
    following a or vice at a late cicaler XXX J I. AuAittocifaUltfeh lV.novith general, and, when properly organized, shall
    of July, eighteen hunurod and M\t3-tvt, to each State,
    aflinnutiou: I, -, do solemnly t. ear (or aCirra), by the laws of the United huite-s anti l the r -gulntionsprescil'icd NOTICE OF
    .1 in the precucu Almizhty God, that 1 am a citiren ol VII I.- .1 a act lo exempt wiappiii-ii.ipei,nude by therferretary of War In similar enses. of land ejuil to thirty tliouv.ind aci< -> for each of its \ ctrtiin Hostile Indian Tribes. make such i ulia ami regulations as may be nec- -APPOTTMVV- ---- -

    -. I!; the Slate of --; that 1 h:ive rendivl in taid Hu.te for from wood or cormstalks, from 'internal t.iaji
    l moitb next 'I'roeeciLn this d.iv, and now ie idein other eominiisioncns shall Live m we njt said account .. id ,tsuilitncd e.stal'lishiiigrauiKultuial college-, ucsUn Jed to from their own number who in of lend*,. *
    of the United ,
    rcbcntattrL8 States of America
    it te l l the Semite and House of the Hate of Nebr.iKka m Ltc same manner aif Nclna : >
    lie < < Ity Itjieciita-
    the of herein din etc ]
    the county of----.or pancn ---, in said the balance, ai thij In the maltur of
    rotate (us the vase may I*>; that 1 am tu eut j-one j tives ,,f th United States America iuCoiigrccsascm- make written n poll thewvf, i-hon lug tlu-Uiileii-nt! itemsof Ua had 1 Iitui u Mat'1 of tlie! I'liiou al the date of the in Congress aiscmlilcil, That the 1'rcsident of the absence! of the commissioner-general, shal To i lions iuuiiy Joseph concern Kemingtou:-The lhB.uikriptcy.

    4hJ; thai I have not been ditJranchWl for raitiip.itioii bled That, from and alter the passage of this act, expendittuutth hen-inbt luc elated to the Seiietai iKi. Bji iot said 1 moe. the United fcsUtoa bo, and hu is authorized to preside at all meetings of the commission, and given iiotie of hU apitointuuaV a eiidemlgn4 ef hereby

    in any rebellion or civil war agambt the United Sites.nor vir.ipi -jiapc-r, made of woo7.ClIAl' appoint a comniih&ionrr to consist of three officers to aytpoint comtmtter-s and chairmen of roups. Kewington, of Clay county and State assignee Florida Jatttk, wii-
    for felony committed ngaintl the law.-,of any tate u: loom intcrml lux. by the hilsr> ] accounting) ollwcrn of the treasury, in saul district, who hunt been
    Sec. 2. And be1 il further ciuaitetl l That uationallianiaiv A\J\- Allii-.lto MI lit I-at fur (Jr.ithimig of the not beLow the rani of I'l'hat the commission may designate additional & adjudged a Ttanknipt up-
    uf the United Mates ; that 1 have never Ken a nicmU'r every and b.iid oliccr! Miall; audit Iho said accounts a.iu ordinary plot army brigadier on own petition, by Iso duinctrovrtof
    I of any fttate legi-Uture, nor held any executive or judicial uoucIatitm. State bank, e>r banker, oriissocia. caws ; ami ii from naid uport il i-liill njipi-ai .he I'tiblii) Orounds, and for nthi I'lirposet- general, who, together with N. (t. Taylor, persons, not cxwdinsf twenty in nnm J C fiR b1T.Ry raiddutnct
    otlicc in any Stale and nttcrnardb ineed iu in urn'ction lion, th.ill pa> a lax of Uu i iur ecnlum on the amount ol that Jiiiv ,uiu i'eiiltinilar to the .aid State, lie shall litit: eii.icted by th Senate und House of Kc-piCHcn- Commissioner of Indian Artaiis John I 1. lead- her, being citizens ot' the United States, known Jaclwonvule.ApnU5.1868.Assignees; 11
    of town city or lath c- ot the mted Status ot Auii I-u-a m Conarcss, .la- ,
    or icbeUion agarast the United fc-tates, or given note: any municipal eorporaln paido'.it draw hi-* warrant for the ame. pajabU, the gi iui'jr
    aid or comfort to the cneaik a thereof; that I hive neicr b\ theta afle the lirbt day of May, imiio Dominieighteen fil.said Male and ilehver it to him. t-cmbled, Thin!. I lie mm ut twenty thuu-and dollars iiI erson, Chairman of tho Committee of Indian to l-o skilled in any branch of industry or art,

    taken an oath as a incmbt r of Con gress uf the United hundred and Mxt -cctcn, to Iwolkctcd in Sec. <>. And I he it furth.T enacted, That the callous- I heuli,, ioniited] ] ] I. out of .inv i money in the In-axiirj AIT.iirs of the Senate, S. .S. Tappan, and John who arts hereby authori/rsl to attend the exhibition -
    ofUucr of th" t'mtu.i UKmodi- and manner in whu the tar on the note f be aforesaid shin!! before not i.lhciH i-e appri'priated, to IK expended bj time N-c- behalf of the Unite-l States
    Suu*, or a> an Mites or as a nit m- hum tf to appointed its pioC'H'din I!. auborn bhull have and to in as honorary
    her of any Stale lejnslature, or ni> au <..X'uUc ort ji'.ui <_ )..tiiki lit collecleiLb to the iliscli.u e of their duties, be hnorii that ic-taryof the Intel ior un-kr the snJcrvjsioul of thin architcUot power without NOTICE OF APPOINTUFJTr.In
    anti lie it fuitlu-r enacted Thai the Capitol extension, in raduiz, Illhn tall together the chief) and headmen of such corn rnii-SiOuCrS compensation.V. .
    ini oflloer of any Mate, to support the CkmuituiKiii! nt I the United SlaUs, and aftcmard- engaged in iiiEurrrrtionor pap( l: made from any oilier maU-rial thin thai cited ittLp Iwicn the Ui.ito-J. States and the State of Indiana, and removing buildings, and iinpiovm tin public {-rounds bands or tribes of Indians as are now waging That the cominsaiun may employ a secretary tla Diari4 C.*rt of the f. f.,for'tk! .ffarfhera PuS-

    reln.Uu ztgainjt the United S'ates or pn > n ai J (irsl -fection shall be alf cstmpt from internal! that they will, to the best -of nicir ability, male a just, and streets around the Capitol. war against the United States or committing drprwlations and clerks fur the commission, the ne ee- tri<-t of flonda.Iu .
    comfort to the i-ucmws thereof; that I will faithfClfy tax. true, Jind iinjiarlial tatiment tlit-nof, a* lequired b> (see. 2.! And lie it lurtlii r enacted, Thou all repair nuil scientific assistants and and the matter of. John C. Richard. Ia Baahraptcr.
    support the Conelitutiun an J obey the laws of the United Kec.4 And be it further eimcted That fiom and after Uhij shah lucciteMtchionipi iir-alionforlhcir! al'.t-iittiun, of tine Capitol building tdnll lo nnde under upon the people thereof, to ascertain sary draughtsmen, To whem it amy concern :-The nadtrsipie. herekr

    Mates, and will, to the U>1 ot uiy ability, cncouzve the pasoageof (bbs act, ladders ride ihehly of wool y-rvicts ;ii nnj be b\ the Jsctretaiv oi tin- tl.e turn lion and Mipcrvisivii of th<: .irclul'-ct t>f the the alleged reasons for their acts of hostility, mav cn-aflo; suitable rooms for the commission. gives notice of his appointment a* ajetzwfl of John L.

    : others eo to do, so help mo Ciud": hichatiou or ujji. shall[ be c-xcmit from internal t may be rdministercd by any rc-xisienn cCiccr.Sec. Approved, larch 2C, 1S07.CHAl ( proved, Maich CI"), 1M'7.; sale of article said district, who ha hsu
    tho President to make and toncluilo with said for the show or any at tho exhibition adjudged a Bankrupt..upon -
    2. And be it further enacted, That after the coaipletl SccrT. AntI l btt HTurthi cnactejl, That Uu- 1 rovi ioriH his own petition, by tho district court of widdutriet.
    nofthe respiration hereby j"ro\ideil for iu any *. IX. An act in relation to thi arkioa ledgrnt tit of this ar t shah! apply in e-v cry rtj'eet to (lit: bta'c uf CIIAl'. XXVI t i. Au act Mipplt mental-y to an act entitled bands or tribes such treaty stipulations, subject or interested, directly! or indirectly, J C CKEKLET. arnigix

    t Mate, at ach tune and places thrum u-i the eoinmajijns of dcv in the Utrict of 4'olumbia.KewjUcd Ulan, and lie tame pKHemlings Khali he for-i virtnnsiug 'iii al making uppiopnatumi for sun liy CirilU to tho action of the Senate, as may remove all in any profits from any such article. stiil4piil 13, 14C8- i; 3W
    t general shall appoint and direct, of vLi'hat 1-abt bv the Senate and Ifoiuc of JeJtrtMul- lie arionul due the i-tj.l: State of Ohio, a.- .iic pciises of the lovi-niuient for the Year ending Sec. 2. And bo it farther resolved That fifty -
    thirty days' publie notice bliall be given, nu elect on t.ituex'f the United Stales America iu fKcmb'c'd s s- harem provided lor ascii (ahiuiiit! lie amount die the .liinutl.irtv, eighteen hundre-l and i i\ty-eiilil(, and just causes of complaint on their part, and at
    i; hall oc lii'ld ot delc ils to a convention fur the purpose rhiat hereafter acknowIedanent- dced- for Male of Indiana, and for the payment of such amount, kr other i'niiOnCo.| pahvid March Mrund, ( lehteenliundied the samo timo establish etvririty for person and thousand dollars, of so much thereof as may Asignees

    constitution tail mil uo\ciiiuic-al for the coieyanre. real e-ttatc in the Ji tnit ol Columbia when a c< l laimd under the limitation and itotrictigits 'ui't fixtj-hc\.n. property alone the line of r.iihoaJ now being bo necessary for the purposes severally specified,

    Mich4HUUe: loj id to the Union, taid iueiilion in c-iich may be tAe n by the recorder cl deeds for said District, of tins act, a butLt lent Mini l5 hereby .ipjno] nated.btc. Jiit enieled l by the Senate mil! Iloii-Ofl of l.epioteutativeri constructed to the I'acillo and other are hereby appropriated oat of any moneys in NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
    .-tat ;, except Virginia, tocutibi of the Kirac number of or by a tangle justice of llio peace ; and any such tuknoulcd.jmciit 8. And I IK it further enactud, ' a Millkiint of thv Uniud States of Ameiic.i in Cotiguv IIH- thiough- x
    heretofore taken bya single jiictlcvof the fares of travel to the western Territories and the treasury not otherwise appropriated ;- 14 (Jar Disyv( u, of the V. k, fcem'c ..
    t'.n into
    iiembeK as the luofet tiuuieroutf iiauch of th State Ic4 Mini ibhen'iy apir,)pnatcd to-iany i't elu UAppiove. t-embled. Thai (lie oiicluding jroviso of *ictioii ten of icjj,, p,,
    suiaturc of Kiich tjtate in the 3 car cUhtc-cn hundrcU and j-eace u hereby made and dcelaicd to be a valid sue- .!, 'ifailh UJ: 1HC.7. the act dcrtcribid hi (the title hereof kh.ill not be held to such as will most likely insure civilization for For additional freights from New Yoik tuHavre. tritt f Florida.

    cixtr, to bo apjHtrtioncd ncion. the fctvii-al distncU, knuuledcniienl : 1'iovidcd, Tliat uothiu in tWs. act prc-\iitthc meit-jary ]pnutuig, hcrctoOre done, in the Indians and and for the whites. In the matter( Henry Dorier. ''In
    counties or paru-ht of Mich fcUte by the commandicpcueial shall be held to impair the title of tana Uo purchasers _CflA l'XV.' 4ui a' t to ginit; to tic Aiiicrituin Atlmtu- ti'c 'Irta-iury De-paitineiit and the bureaus thereof, by peace safety To whom it may concern:-The QBdenfaned h'cnbvl
    0\mg to each reprentation in the ratio of 'who, by conveyances and formal ncknuuledmiicnt?, Cable Tc-lcgriapb Uoni tuiy, of >ew York, the IEhit Uni fiv\n (e-mployi$ ; )but the iiiunN of pi-r>oiifl emihiy&.tt Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That said For transportation and freight from lla-vro to iies notice! of haL' an* ntmcnt ac aigw of Henry C.

    \oters legiftered as aloroeaid u.i nearly as may be. Tie havp prior to the pabsageof linn a(J, -qiiir-.d p ra- of t Waj alit! 1 iiviUvc; lo laj l.uid aud c p -raU a MiUin in t hit M-nice tdiall not lie incrcH cdApprovcd commissioners are required to examine and Eel- Paris. ) JTitf: .tlat-huia county, and Statoof HoneU, wnhim.hw .

    conxcntion la Virginia lihall contist ot the same uum1 rnt mount tit U s untlpr t-xlstin Ian a. 11-in.' 'Jthspaph Cubic on the Atlantic Co.ibt ol thUiiiUd < .J lily I'.l, IMI" eel a districts of country having builicicnt area For return freight of articles owned by the who hat been adjndgetj a Bankrupt,
    member as ifprt-K'iited the territory now con>ututiPK Appmoedi1ere1it67. ht.itu", .iiid Tili- iaj I h < i tin iii mile t- own petition, by'Uie district eonrt of upon
    United States lent to the individuals. aW district.
    Virginia ia the most numeroui branch of the legislature ion bctttceli tho Uulti-d Stiles mul lauoj e1.1,' the CHAl'. 'iXVl 1 1. Alt act fur I lie Ktluf of url.iiu fol- receive all tho Indiana tribes now occupying or government by JCORKELET.i
    I ot aid State in the year eighteen hundred ani CIIAl". X An act supplementary t<> an a< I I < ntjll.-i l hiei mudas and A/on s I Uluiidt. diets und fcnjlora tberein tU Ri unled.Ik territory cast of tho Rocky mountains, not now smzDee.

    ;.: be apportioned a uforexniLixc. "ana'ttorciuibuibo the State of West yirsmU for nit vn.iU.fd by the N ii. t e and llouco <>f Itepics! < no it enacted by thi. Senate and House of Ucprisciitalives peacefully raiding on permanent reservations For marine and fire insurance on the articles
    moneys txpi-iidcd for the United (States in cnrollinc.equipping tatll Cs ( the United States of mica in Congres a- uf the United States of America in Congress cv-
    'at Assignees
    3. And be it further enacted, That said cloc- thus lent.
    of cjcli Btato shall vote fur and paying military forces to uiliiiKiipprefmn.j embled, That the American Atlantis Cable'Iclegiaph niMcd, That no boldier or bailor shah be taken or held under treaty stipulations, to wHch tho government

    against tion the a registered convention\oters to form a conxtit utlon then for under or the rebellion," approved. Jimc twenty-one, Oompanj of New York, be1, nnd aro hen by, vrPlccwijh to lie u deserter lioin the ainiyor nivy who f.iitlifullytvcd has tho right of occupation or to which For additional steam-power at Paris, in the NOTICE( OF
    eniliteen hundred and filtis.IJe till njjhU iuwtrnhitl jnvileite, h.i\nij; aujuiredUiuni necordiiu to his (ullistmntiut until the nineteenth and tho APPOINTJ1ENT.IH -
    w .t this act. Those voting in favurof Mich a coi.eiittonfchall ) said commissioners can obtain the right of occupation "palace" "annex, or supplemental
    1 il enacted by tho Senate ainl llou-e of K< iiiesentaticsof < eH.iiland; tberf for, to lay, land, ar.'l oj-eiatc; Ihiii day of A pill, cighlceit him muilreit and sixtyfivuaol who,
    have written or printed on the ballot by n Inch the United Mates tif Amenta in Conine as- table or ables on the Alljntii, oxci( pi the coast of without pioper nut hiority <>r leave first obhilucd,ilid quit and in which district or districts there building, and in grounds adjacent. t/,6- District Coarl vf the V; &. fe, the **Hrn District

    roncntion tbcy rote for" and deloiat.those,voting as nforexaid againht, Jhe such words a convention"For a cml.ictl liat the money appropriated by the act to Floiidd! within tl I.e jiirl-dici! >n ol tinI nited: Nates, hut LCiiini;ind or refuse to serve alter said date : but no- shall bo sufficient tillable or grazing land to For the exhibition of machines, agricultural f floruit.

    -hall have ,wnnlcd or jTrnti-d on such ballots the vords"Against direction which this of isubiipplcincnt Ihe of tJiall War.Appioiud be. ih>)>uiM-d uuiler 1 tlie and the ri,;lit, i puwc-i, and ]ti iiviege i n> lo lay, land, ail'operate I thing lurein loiituiiieil chall oH-ratem :i remis-siou uf enable tho said tribes, respectively, to support and other, and for the erection of buildings to In the matter of John C Thicpui. In Bankruptcy.
    tscrretary their tilde or iiuli shall he vi-sttMI in (lie .'. Iuifit mred such .-oldur sailor of
    ." The i .mAmeiican any ore nu hi1 any or To whom it ct'necn-Th
    convention. persons appeim ta iIKniitend f8G7.CUAP. themselves illustrate the education and agriculture of the may undersigned hereby
    March in I by agricultural and
    Mild ckiniou. and to make return of the voice All.inttc, Cable 'leli-ciaj ( binptnv for tin hilt j>.ij liountj (nition, or other nllowauccs, but tins pastoral pursuits gv ia notice cf his appouTtment as assignee ot John C.
    t r thereat, as herein provided, shall count and loakciv 1itiiod of twenty vearn from the approval; nl IIM) a .t'lOVl'Ud oil shall be Kini-tiuod solely ns removal of itmiv iiis- haid district or district-*, when so selected United States, and for the co'lection! of specimens rLpin, of ALichna coanty./ind ttate of Florida within -
    limn XL art to authoii/ctlii
    : turn cube \otis given for and acaim-lA convention : of a of Long l.-l.uid, in entry llontou audoeaijulion hiilior- 'hiatt 1 tin still loiupiiii) .shall COIHIIKIKI- tie itility nick t-oldit-r or fmUir may have inclined by tl.u and the selection approved by Congress, of agricultural productions, under the joint aid district who has been adjudged a-Bankmpt. 19-
    portion oierationit within thrt-pii't of tvs veaif p I li'.m the lew-s ol his in of his dcM ition.
    and the commauuin; grneral to whom the feamechitllIiae for military pur]>o8cs.Uc : of this act. ajproil j> Api' 'Ted citi/i'iibhlp, July l'i, T>37.coiihe'piciK u shall bo and remain permanent homes for bail! resolution for that purpose. on hu own petition, by the district court of said dhatrt3 -
    4 hall nt-ivrtain
    returned end declare
    been i> the total il enacted the Senate and house For C GflFJLEY, assignee.
    by RcjuociiU the of classifying
    tote in tacit tta'.c for and a aiiiet a contrution. If a lives of the United SlaUs of Amcnea in B of the votes that tJiull l Congress as- AUauitic Cable CIIAl'. XXIX.I An art to rUbludi leilaiu JVst- [ not members of said tribes : labelling, and packing mineralogical
    uu onty g1Civ; (>n question aiMOTuutkiD, then iuch a f nention'thaT be held nhereinafter > take i>oiM 4 iou of that itumof Ixjiij the ueco-vary laud tluTt 1ui, shall have lie i mht. ] owt r Rout-Is. to enter thcroon without the permission and metallurgical specimens, to camplcto the -- -- .
    proMdcd but if a luojuriiy of tsaid votes > ]JHII aiid ]u ivine! to lay, laud, and ox rate their eailior cables lie il enacted by the Senate a nil House of Itepieintjlm ;
    Wand, in Boston harbor, iLansaciiuseltn, U-tonjii, toJamcgJT. of the tribes exhibition of till mineral wealth of the United
    liall lie against a contention, thin no tuch conveullonrhallbelicld within any under this act I'lvvided. such con AutUn, fur the purpose erecting tiiercan a. and titles on the Atlantic coiM eretIt] tin (ou.t: o! 'that 1 I lie follow mug be Mablisbi us pool of tIm United States : Provided, That States.;
    fort and such other structures as may bo ua-dcd for mil!
    vent ion .hall not liehcM unless a majority of all each lloiid.i, olicinu the that ]Jtialtiiuul and convenient land lO'lUo the district districts shall bo located OF APPOINTMENT
    For ,
    ttary pnrposcs, and there shall be paid for the same, out MAIN;. or so as the necessary expenso of laborers and ixtra -
    fliall ha\t voted the
    and ret till I the lUluiiH
    nprtercdolcrs on qucftionoflioMing lug. to i-oiiitriid or ci
    1 of moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated uli'ssil' not to intcrforo with travel located service in the la Vie .tfls1rkt Court of the I' S
    such cott\ctilion.tiec. any to iicroinplicli I lie obji < t of U.N a< t.Her. on highways cilices at Paris and New York ,for MtjuriSI-* DtfIrifl
    (lie sum offne tlicm.-tiiid dollaiM, as agie-ed upon between lurthi That the 1 rom lv inn:bunk, v i.i lvnini'niuK'oil| I. to Calm Neddlik. by authority of the United States with of Flontla.
    i. And he it further uiacleil, That the command- Ivcrs 3. Austin, the a eut and icprchtntatnco X And! i itt It I tiiuled, tjoviiiiliient nor and for the expenses of secretary, clerks, scientific

    lug general of each district khall apjtuiut as many boards the said Jauiea T. Aiibtui, and the nurent of the Umtct of hut, (Cnited States i-Ii.ill at all! tiuies luive the l' l.idili: foul 1 tu Situ I'ool. the route of the Northern Pacific Railroad, the assistants und draughtsmen, rooms, and In the matter of \\*. M. C. Temploi. la Bhutkrnptey*

    i t xt hitralion aa .may IMI nea*;>aj-. fuii ting of U rec Slates charged with the ne otiatlnnforlliepurdi.ueo j.refeicnee m its n-i; tlj oil tel Ills that may be upueibcfwc Apju-ovtil lom Julj 1 l'i I".?. Union Pacific Bailroad, the Union Pacific Railroad other incidental of the commission.Sec. To whom it .uy concern:--The uuOenixBod hereof
    I the I J'ostiii.isUi-tJiiuriiliiiid the fciild'oin ,
    loyal oUlccrs *, to inak< and cuinplete Uu ill (iii < ii ; gives notice of his
    said 1'ioxidiJ nald
    person leriitratton. projxrtv That amount shall not be appointment 04 axuigacc-of W.M.
    biiperintend the Cleetnnflndl make return to liald until the Attorney General of the United! Stales pan) Division, or Iho proposed route of 3. And lie it further resolved; That it 05 Terapk- r.radfonl county, anti Slat of JlorUa.
    him of the vOLtS, list of voters, and of the pereous t lecU shall! be xuUbficd thaJUhc title of caid prc-tion of suit! Kee. 1. Ai.d 'hit- itfurtlal- dialled, 'i hit Con lcb, vlial t'H.M: *. XXX. An art htipplcimntary to an ml eiiti- the Atluntic and Pacific Railroad by tho way shall bo the duty of tho general agent at New within bald district, who las been adju.ged a Rmkrapt,
    I, d as delegate* by a plurality of the \oic ca t ataruirtecnitn island Iia. been fully traiu.fcurcd to the I'mtc'UHtates have ]Iwnvr l<> iilttr, aiuilid, onrepml tiin! net.Appiuvid > lied MAn act to provido for the more tflHcnt Oovnuinent of Albuquerque. York and of th' commissioner-general at Paris upon hu own petition, by the district court of aid dUUict. -
    .-s.. ; and upon receiving wild ntuins he shall open] inc fi-omoll c-neumbmnco, and that the pirsnn ie ci\- 1iluiehi! 2'), lSd7.CHAT. of tin- UC-IH.I States," pushed on the rnxond d:iv .
    the name, ascertain the person clc-cted as delegates, i.c- lag the mouev Uix>ui)>ctont load in the riiil s. (March, eighteen hundred und Kitty-seven, nnd thai iSec.:; 3. And bo it further enacted, That the to transmit to Congress, through the Department .7 C CGfcEELEY": ; assignee.n .
    cording to the returns of the olurer who conducted aid .t1.1uovet, Mirth 21H07.. XVI. An nit lo est.aiihjshi u Port ut Dclivn- ni-t mipiilemeiit.irvlhcrUo, |icls'tI ml th.u twentythintd.ii following sums of money are hereby appropriated of State, a detailed statement of the manner Jackso.aiIle. Apnl 13, 1S6S. jwQ
    rltetMiii.wiMl mukc jn -
    lit- H < ii-i u-il tin- $tlitttaitil Jloii-e i-t| out of any mones in the treasury, to wit : To expenditures herein authorized -
    l tty vt the ides givou MI Ibsit < *tfm etyU Ix fir a < liy Kepnitn- lie it eiiaelid by the Senate mid 1 louse of Kepiegentalivis -
    jitiitlon. the Commanding ittiicnl, within sixty dsys LIlA! JII J. .In aet to autlwii/o th.Kc,-i-elary of the. tati es iii f the) UniK-d S-talex of Aiuuica yi <; mgit-.> ..ixTlmt of the United( htiiteiol .uiiei ira in Ooii i-ics as- carry out the provisions of the pn-coding sections are made by them respectively. FrIUE S TO RENT,

    from llw date of election, Ftj-dl notify the d 2lefateH to Treasury l'i sell the Uovcinin[ ] wnuhouie-M!; on Atlautie icitit'itsi, t'lK-hli; -r, I la Iho diitriclol 1'liil.idi-lphin I inldi-cl, Thil: It U lurch- declared to have IK-MI the of this act, ono hundred and thousand Approved, March 12, 1867. -
    doik New fifty
    l York.
    iunvmble In convcnlioh, at a tmw and jibe to l-e mentioned lirookljn. sliuhl NJII jHiitof I delivery, mid n Kinvejcrludl: lojipotuted |)- I true intent nnd meaning ol the in t of the tecond d.iy of :I* F DEWEYt fO
    iu the notification and! Ki.d u\
    t S shall proceed to frame a constitution and ei>ilKUtemuientAceaciUA of the UniUvI Stales of Ami rica in Con iom :mscmblcJ it luiyof live liundrid Ootlaix |nr .uinui.i. ".tit out to t rev iilf fur the mom etlkient uov eminent to subsibt such friendly Indians as may huv o [No. 2.] A Resolution extending tha Time for - - -
    That the of the
    Ui the pluvious (ii this nud Socrctary 'I'rum.ury is Juiebyauthonzrd Ajipioved, MUM u-li '- >, ]M,7.CHAT. ; of the re-lnl States," und of lie act sui'pleuientury FRESH SUPPLY
    separated or hereafter themselves OF CORN 8TAKCH.
    In his discretion, to veJI tho propeity on ,ltInntie may separate the Completion of the Improvements of (ho &
    the act to which It ii itupplemc-nlpry : and when the thcrfto, pas.Mtl on tie twenty-thud day of M.uch, in
    Onta. yarin Mi&lZcoS.
    d Ing the >
    same liall have 1svi. framed mid (lie one thOusand luudn-d nut nUtv-i or Fox and Wisconsin Rivers. Currant
    eight <
    sci eorctitutic.ii
    ? xLall numbers and I I XVII.I AniiU toinereasc the 1'oicu in llit Ta- yium :veu, rnuics, Rabins Citron,Tapioca,
    be submitted hy tho pernons n i5teie4 utltjrtlio ]pio Uinub of tl>i* act at anti'.reUou to the highest and best bidder iherefur In read 1 I' to be conducted l/y the ofiiccrs or ptrouis sup- filer six| } Lilnesof tin* United Slates of Aniema In Coiigiecs ns- MisHlHnippi, AUibani.i, Irfiulsmnii, Florida, Texas, and of the United States of America in Fiokles, Walnut Catsup,
    ptiiljlKitlePllieleof week
    pointed or lo Ic appointed l.y! the voinuuiuduig general siou money in, two dally pai* M printM In the city in of Mima New 81-mblid!, Tlmt! tl.u lomuiiniioiier of j patents is authorIed Aikunmit wue not legil KUte oveinnienlH ; and tliuitthereafter :ec. i. And be it further enacted, That the Congress assembled, That the time provided for "\Vorcci thiru Simc,; Dried Apple,

    t 05 hereinbefore prorjilotl. nnd to UJ.eld attcr the i xpirallvn Yoik : and tijxiii sale lK-Ing made as aloiivulil, the said from I(iiiui to lime to ppiiiit, In the manner alrem]) utM novel nnicnta, if oonllnueU, were to IM Secretary of War bo required to furnish trans the completion of the improvement of- the Fox Dried Peaches; Ensliah. WalnuUnu
    of thirty day from the dale of notux Iliet eoI. lo rovided for I law h lulditlonal I I continued, subject In mill 1 to thu military loiumiiiuli'ip -
    ]> by MII an t : number of piijidpal rcstieclj' ;utsTpeesn KutH YUbere5
    tin is subsistence ,
    authoi l/e portation and
    4 I 1* riven by nald invention ; and the ivlurim thereof tx-oretnry( make Tix-.wnrjr cxeeule and htTCby deliver 1 'resM'c-tiVu| (litum-ts, amid tu thu paia- protection lo the and Wisconsin rivers, and a canal connecting A unonUic, and Canned Frail. For sale brJU
    powured to the
    : hall be made to the ( jnnDnnJntxii.. rnl of the dis- thereof cood u and suflUlent deed for lie iiuniWv hiilrdiwvr, conveying aM-ixfant < xainiiiur., us' may be re'|uiirM lo tranv'id the mount authoi ity of C'oitieKij.Hie. : commissioners herein named during the discharge the same, ,by section three of an act of Congress w-A&fiOOC.

    trict.oc. all the right, title and iutiunt, ( of the UniledWales. iirieul biirmeoK ot the ollUe with di'i>|iiitch : 1'Knldi-d, 2. And bo it further en.u-tcd, That the roinninndr of their duties. approved August eighth, eighteen hundred and Wiolcaalo! and Retail Ororvsw
    5. And lie it fuither t ujcled. '1kit| if. BCOH Tlmt lliu whole tiiiniluT of nu h ndditionul e.xaiiilin s ot lIlly thisti Itt named m mid aitthuil butte -
    to said returns, the coustitUiiou iJiall be ratifled by UIZ a ipproc'1, Maicli 2S, 1337.CII.4P. : tliall not cxeet'th four of e-.uli eltiHH, and that the toi.-i)! Fiibji-i-t to the disapp-.oval ot the (loneral of thu army l'wcr of Sec. 3. And bo it further enacted, That if forty-six, entitled! "An act to grant ascertain : :

    majority of tbe votes of the rcp tercd ekctort tiualii.ed annual cxpencu of the pateiilol'Ueliull not eXtred it- the I'liiti1.! in4tuittz-, nnd to have i(fleet till dixapprovcd, said commissioners fail to secure Ito consent of quantity of land tu aid iu the improvement of -i 'UUN1Tt7tt.-A largo tot now arriTmfta* Ownfc

    of as all herein vpecified, cast nt raid t lection,at leabl one half XIII.I -An set making iippi-ujiiijlioiis! to )-upi>lj annual itrihitli.] lie-nevtr in lie ( pinion of MK h e-omuiiiinlfr thu proper the Indians to remove to the reservations and tim Fox and Wisconsin rovers, and to connect JL1, Jylteducod Price 8 IfI c.x iwiuo.'c.
    the I
    such ratio.KyUlcred*lion, hue voter president vutin of the upon convent Ihe <|Un Son tiuu shall of diJi'iciiuen in the ajiproprladous fur < ))l iliuc? nt exprnsi"t Approved, Mauh U'l. i.i7. jiJiiiiikirtiaUoii rdnovc li-otu flllro of salt i/r nit from iliill the ii'nuiic prifarnmuco it, to PUHpciid of oflklidduiies or fail to secure peace, then the Secretary of War, the samo by a canal in the Territory of Wisconsin -

    transmit a copy of Uw mine, duly certified, to the 1reJ- year e-nding<>f the June ttcnuto llnrtktli of Die United flghtevit l HtattH liur.Jrxt for the liicii:uuiih l lcixl C1I.U1. XV11T. An ml l<> ln.-oiot.le| lie I.!Inco'.nMonMiietit und the e'aircise uf pow< w, any oflicvr or under tho direction of the President, is hereby ," bo, and the same hereby is, extendedfor : .. I Copy of Appointmeut.1OFKICK

    dent LibeMWc0ClgtaaUuhicfl of tbe I jilted 8tat<- who iu..hall iorthvith IraU-MU y-acken, and l>r other purpoxci*. pciton holding i'm earruishuig,or prufi scin lo hold or ecii \- authorized to accept the service's of mounted tho term of live years from and after tho. approval UF TI1K AMERICAN LAW TIW-

    siJon. then"moiUatcJy aejonn.l u not inM hlu il e'tuteUil )by Ihu Sc-uati* and llouin-of! HcprcnejitateKof it tnartcJ by the .Senate: mid IIoiii-c nf Itejin wutativcii IKO, any civil or military oOieu or duty m such district volunteers from tho Governors of the several of this resolution, with all the rights and
    epim its next aavmUui : nl the UMUIIMatcHnf! Anidu-a In under uny powc'r, t-let'itn l itppoiuliiKiit or anllionty derivut Tuc JorKSitoK THK COURTS As I>uiABTiixx ,
    Uw United KLitu* of America in Congr.-H us-
    and if It ehall*moreover appear to Coiiftre-M that the HiiiUed the llowln'f sums lie, and the Congress panic arc is- 'rctnbkd,* ThAt Akuti.dor lUUnnd.ilU; .iiiii-K lUil.iu fiditr, or granted by, or claimed under, any Mi-cull States and Territories, in organized companion privileges conferred by said act. WA'iuixeTux, IX tl, y b. 20, 18ML.K I
    ch-ctioo was one at which all the relstm1 and uuaiiified Alexander Nulliiiniel 1'. ed Mate or the ipive-niPienl thereof or and< battalions not four Approved JIureh 12 1867.
    tlectors In li fcitate had hereby,.a pprvpiialcJ out uf any money in tin, (n-usury lUniney, Uunkt., .sii'my 1' uny municipal exceeding thousand > ALt WUOX ir J41
    and witnont opiorlumty to tote not freely teurainffcur, or tic! influcuire of exptesNcd, : Ihelos i:. Ashley, Il.ilbeit Ii Tome, C'harlw O'Nclll) moval t-ueh eomm nnh r, mbleel lo the disapproval of as This i is to hidicnte and to ccrUfrthat' WILLIAS--
    fraud, and i( Uie COURTCS* kliall Iws.atlsflc.d tliateuditouMitutlmi tlie ( afore-Hai I shall have in his judgment, may bo necessary for Limo Not 3.1 A Resolution DlCIIaAT of St. of 4 '
    rortlulk to eoinmittowN, hoiM-f. nJulc.inaif: Unit Vuu Horn, John IMiiIggn Fiukiitk F Woodbi ns power tu provide suppression [ presenting the Thanks Ki An-ustioo, Florida, Oerk
    tuliflcd meets the H]'pfova! u.fa majrity ot alt) thc fifteen thousand dtillur; puges, V Uge, rolon, John ilizi. fhall,3.J Cnllom! Ii null tlniD to time ftir the | cifoimaii' uf the taid duties of Indian hostiles. of Co'ngtct to George Peabody Circuit nit District Court,. for tbe Northern Judicial
    ? ( doctor in the tfuic. and if the said coattitutiimcliall Fur nUccUanrous items, thirty tboiisaiiti lollar*. Thomnj A. Jtmki, Oilu 8. Tirry.N. Ji. niithiM, Fran ol mull dIcer or JK-OOII wiMifpended or removal, by IHstrk-t of I'lortU, is the sole duly authorixed Agent of
    bo declared Sec. < And bo it Resolved tho Senate and
    c- further house
    by of
    by ConipviU lo Iw > enacted
    lncoo1ormft' for salary cUbe eleik to the roiiinnttc e(> >in> els Thomas fauiuil llcKee, Iloiiice JIijnud, John F the detail of pine competent olllcrror noidicr of the That all Representatives "Tue XKRICA* tAwTiujsi," and- Journal ol ti
    null the- and provision the otlier of the iskmn set to nl.lcli this ti nmtiljtnentArj lions, from the 4514 of hi* appointment to thee iinppru thirtieth] liuij.imtu, Jilifiu Mallory, tittlnrCmi he. D.iiiii-I Pohs- army, (tr bj' tie appointment of K>IIII' other jK-rsun, to voluntecia so accepted shall bo placed upon the of the United Slates of America in ConrU and DeputmedUvM ia Mid district.
    ; j>w of eaid jv-t nlmM bare of lej.M'alt A.. ImilH h, Joliu TaJfc and their ;peiliHin thuMimc, cud to I'.il: vaciiiuicH caponed by in' assemblod That : BlCZ,
    Un complied with, ftiiJ the naid com.Ululion June, eighteen hundred and nixLj-e-ii! tHCuty-ei fiicccc santo footing, respect to pay, clothing, subsistence Congress the thanks of Con-
    V shall be iirocoiiHt'tuted! death, U'M nulion, ur othern-iso, Managing Ed. and Proprietor Am.Lav TbndS etc.
    nut, ;
    hun approved by Consrcs the Ktato fclull bo declared and equipment as tho trooi ot tho gwsa be, and they hereby are, presented to
    cut I- Colujiibtii, by the luunc ut the Lincoln Monument As- Se-cz' .tnii IK it fm tlirr enact ej, Th it the Ciuieial of Attest- S. H. K4 Pi-r-U IL, E. O. O .
    ; tWd to rqjresenta'ion, and wiialor unJ rep nenUth To pay the e-xjieunes iiwuntsl under tlierexulutlono: regular Peabody ol Massachusetts for his 1 of
    es IJeorga have Drew
    mutation, for the > tUyaathortand'Mr. Columbus
    I shall lie admitted therefrom thereIn Pie hi-Uttlc directing the hydmtlon of the purp<>'|e ercUlng u moimnuut in the tlie slimy of llio Unite-d gluten *hall U invested with all army. grc.itand
    tu provided.B the $enas. the aunt uf seven titiiKisphcro ihoiukiud Jive oclwinUr city AVufl.lii''ton, roinnuuionithe ot thpMUMl elnrtcr (lie powers of.usptnumiiin, removal, appulntment und do- Sec. 7. And bo it further enacted That said peculiar bcm-fii-cnco in giving a largo sum (the city ol Jacksonville to>ecein MkacriptieiM torth*
    0. And lie it further enacted, That ail e-IixUons of fciiininli"itloii and vniv rcal liberty,In Amcrlia.i5ec tidt trrautcd jutho piee-cding neitiou to district abote wor ,and receipt fur th sense ui my name borter
    hundred la ) com- of dollars
    Ju the JSfAto mentioned iu tho dollar hercljy appropriated und aJd'-.l ( aid "act to pi o vide lorwe of, ,' And belt Jutlher cuu4auijhtathu( : peiioiislianied 5 '' report doings under this act to accommodate
    fund the
    more cdclent govern went ofthcn-be-I$Uli. ," kliiUI, 'contingent Kciuite. 111 Uio firnl section of IhU net i-lmll bo tho first to tho President! of tho United States the promotion of education in the more destitute WM. F. DOCk AT.
    lurinf the of naid net U Htc. 2. Aud lie U further uinclud 'That Mxtloti Sun,. 'I I. .Ind be it further i unite J, Tlut Ito acts oftheolilceiN including for tho Xmtlwni Diabfct of Florhla, f
    operatioQ by laliot; and all ten of HUiteeji of the corporation, and shah! have power lo III of such treaties and all wcflns portions of tho uuthom, th western States Agent
    ofiiccrs maliinz the said rccistration ot 'Volert and con an act entitled "an net making apjiropriatioiui for sun vacancies In thdr liliniber, and to add to their Dumber, tliu'urmy ullr.ldy ilonn tu ix-movtiiK inlaid any correspondence as thd boncflw "of which' to fiiV 'direction
    ducting aaid elections *hall. before e-ntennz upon the dry civil cic-nHt-s| of thei government for the yciircndiut noUxcecdiug one from each hJUitc iu the Union. dinliktn pel mm* \vrcinliijf the function of civil oflicim evidoncd by them taken. 'according
    4i lirec.of their duties, taLe and fubnailw the oath JUIMJ-thitLlctJivIzhtecn hundred and sixlj. 'lght. and And cud iippolntiti( ){ others in their Mead, lire hereby Approved July 20 1867. aro tu bo distributed among the entire population
    *lied b3 lb. sat *pivd July wmid, t4htceu fuf other purjKJie-ii," |io ncd at, tlic! tctond sepidn of the He*. 3. bo il fmlher Nuurteil, That Hitld fonxrn continued : a'lovided, That any person heretofore or without any distinction, rxrept what
    ;: u4 lion frball liuvc power to own and control sujk 'rtqit-zty hei caller apj, iuilod 'An act z hlrty-niiah Cungnee, shall not bo construed to allow !
    iecu1 u n' l* riucfn fw the curl tn out of if thu AmctioiM of bo found in needs or opportunities of useful- BILLS OF LADKG.
    U of offlM/* ftatUOut if nn- j'rson shall AFnttUruoinpcnxitioufor tim publication of the laws the any osHoeliition.Bee. . Jowwln; y and fairly Uko and su1ssucub nuacd by Conjpcas and executive proclamaiiona and! cither by the mlliUiry t>Ku n' in command of Uw district, carry ness. \
    this Met prvKribed, such person to ofTondica anyu ud bcinz In treaties la he jxiper* of tlic.l) Ukl of Columbia thaw 1. And bolt futbtrteatell, Tlmt suld corpora- or by the Uciu-rul; of the nriuy. .Ind il khall bo the duty the Convention with the Republic of Veno.zuela'fur 2, And bo it further revived That it .

    thereof duly conrktvd shall Ui subioct to thu iMUna. nuitlUtiM Is provided by law for suds publication Iu other pajicni.tod lion shall lutve jiowerto collect inotiey. and (to umko of urh oominiindi-r to remove from office us aforesaid the Adjustment of, Claims of Citizens shall bo the the President For Sale *
    and di aUUticn wiiicb by law arejw\W for the the Dc rpaiier in the .ten lebellious State* nainwl such rules antI u-gululloim iu they tuny : ( nCccBsnr; nil pel noil* who are disloyal to the government of the of tncTUmtod States"ou the Uovcrnment duty.of to cause a
    or expedient.fte'c. Dulled SlnU'. or *lio use their olUclul Influence in gold medal to bo struck with suitable devices
    jiqtsbmciat of tho tniac nl wul and < to section MIOI of "oa out any ,
    rrupt pttju.4$1. jiiaWin; ppropriutloiM for of
    -. Mud bi U further enacted Tbet iiIl sundry dvilMtpcttfcs otVte government fur the 3. And bo it further I'li.uliiil, Thutcatd corwirntlun innnm-r to )liindir, delay, prevent er obstruct the due Eepublic.Bo and inscriptions,.which, together with a AT THIS.OFFICE.
    iaoarred expvne year shin)! Imvo powirto dp|>oliit a I'leclJinlt' u 'Ito-( and proper ndniluUtrutlon of this net and thy acts to copy .. _
    by the sercral it 1. ;'
    cvmmandinK : :
    renefula, by tho Senate and IIoiis of Ito of this : i;
    virtue of orders Issued r enMng Juno Uilrlict, dgfilccii hundred and *ixfy.ntrot prcfJdcnt, a ti'cntjiry, treasurer, iind ulxu ufxmrd owuuuKcrx wlilili ItI.$4uUJIlthVWmitnSu u : resolution,*hall bo presented to Mr. Peai -v :
    tkem ftftder any or 11rtueo/thisIetahIlqu.cvtos ana lot other purjwfc," hMi hate bowl or may coiii l tliif( uf not i&is fliaa| HHVOJI iiur mote tym. irMI ttl Lo It furtfcor ctactt-ilTJial r IxwrOn of prcscntativcs of the United States -America in body in tho name cf the people of the United 50.000 aaARS'- Por -

    Dt de lffo;tcd In puriuanog qf the provision of saId than Dilrtcvn, who shall hitvo a v4acrth &H\t9l\ of the rpgtutrAttoh, |irovldiMf (br In the act entitled "4n act CongreM assembled, That, for the purpose of States, M-tt> MI0WARzocL

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