Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1868
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00118
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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TEE: FMBTDA UNION, I ltintsJ1 ardl. MISCELLANEOUS.------- j"--POST OFFICE NOTICE Appointment The Cecexinat and Ilerw u Orenra.. fort, Sooth Carolina-;.but U stjrwn .fast ,of

-. -. .._ ----- 1)2 Tho fullowiii list comprises the Cabinet and To attempt to gin a bare enumeration of the 1835 killed the ton at fit. Aagwtia*, aad MraronSt
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tJn1tec States official Paper. MEDICAL. B.; MORRIS, Jn.K I OF.FIC iotTEts: Judicial appointments made and confirmed for qualities of tho cocoaiut palm, would be a difficult Johns Rivet as"aK>s&4s4 of Lake

0 -- .nrr< to Cu..".LI. A, Monet* 3 the State of task, and there is saying among Eastern George. lathe winter of 1864-4 swest cootf*
'Official Paper. I! S A. :. (n G r. :. except $itmljjii. j 1o'lorida.C.ltlSF.T nations that its attribute would fill a book. Although trees of good aha and in beadaa '.er kfissi

State IOc&Il Dr. Z. HERNDON, (jottoii H1 c torJKXKKAI i( St"ATIo.8toIO.\.Jt..i i ; its strict territory is bounded by the down to the groond at the nrtteoeof,.Jolla

ludic1&l tropics, and although denizen of the .Mtuhorv Grooms two miles Berth west ofPabOkft; hsoc'
,;per or the Fourth Circuit Surgeon & PitysicitLIl, A -A-IUjS CLOSE. l li Hccri tunj of SMc-GEO. J. ALUF it will grow as far north as Lucknow, in India, I am of the opinion that it is not advisable toenrago

iaet.1e1 the Cuunl fJI of Nusa1l,Duntlekef I i i ij Auorey- ral-J.\\tJS I). WEsIC0 rr. ((26 deg. 50 min. 3. and is planted far in the m orange growing north of Uw latitude
\\1 I. COMMISSION) MtiltCIIANT; ; ( j jM j lly llirungli Hram IxM-k jioiicio! Iv New Ylrk.'n4l j )
{ ; JohM.0 .MA'6'ffA TII.LK. fLUttllfA 'I oflako fa
and localities
Bra4bd (dl7 In 1\011. OJ/npt.tJUcr-ROH&1LT II. GAMUI.E.Trratitrtr interior of that ponnsula; but in the one case George except sheltered

may bo left durin tin day, At the I rus More OWHliis" NKW Y01.K.UI.'lIj. ;: ja\'Hllllah, Now Voik itii.latlaiiigtou 1'.lall'nr. -S. 1) CUNUVF.U.SurtfyurUcneral it does not bear frait in tho other it is dwarfed, from frost by water or a dense growth of tnea
riWl Judicial Oircmtt C\LI \k I./EngI'. At llM- rM'trn.-w .f Mr. c.IK'mll'.rtllnr.l !!L nndTHllnliUMX-e->AIII', 10 'O, n. DI.I and Of the influence ol'water I kid
or the I'. XtmrU Jr., r>nutz II. M I tllIH languishes. Froiu its literal position, itabuo'ant protecting
Piper ,utter nltfht Jo ly | Lnkc (U"me"'III,Kvrniuidiua,-lloridu Knilroud FUAKK W. \Vtismit.
UlkhrW City.
OloUl J *n T. Itiown, ,I illustration
I unit "'m. llnrnwn KM-H ( (tItr.AiiL. > lUilrond-iAiLr and well-protected not hare been driven a good last winter hen at nj
counties of Putiimn I/evy, i and PciiiJirolu ft Oeorgm 10 30, a. m.
includes the ) :9H. ""IE" SujxrwtetulcHt Public Intlruetion. T. Cu..- which ia situated at th somtheod of Lake
( I Oonla anti Tjmpu Mo>ors K.I'Aan.J Tri- by winds ani currents all over the tropical place, *

SS Marion andHttmter.) (G. W. Edwards M. D I>A\S, 10) ;T4i', H. rn.Oditr I ..liljulu.t-! -GKOUUK U. CAUME.Coiinn seas ; and almost as soon aa the atoll changts Ueorgs, OQ the east teak of St. Johns River:
-- Ke.\t.S ATl'III.n-II, :IIII:lT)iriuiATis 10 31), a.m. .
Daring entire winter had
JOHN OLA.RK: from reel'to island the cocoanut landson BO fast .My
Berenth Jndicitl Circuit I AtigiiMlnc TIIC."I\)'.', Thnrndaya and Bntnrdn-*, QfioUl Paper of the I I I 7 ". in. (by IotItC.) the shores. neighbor half a mile east of me had a alight

htcIudee the Co niicof Vohnia, lirord PHYSICIAN & BURGEON. i F'IItWICJXII ('O UII&ln.V StKCH ANT Up the River tUrousjh l I.> lIttrl'ri..r .ti''LT The tall nnbanching stem, often attaining I: frost in February; fivemOasastof is the
Which I I\iilin loU, Sl\.Tt II ".11I.
((. ao41Jade.) AN1WIIOLKSAI.K ) } >I-UKME cot It r : the height of ninety feet, with a diameter at the pine woods there wen one three or Suez tight

,. Orangi OFFXQE : I : DKALKR; I IN 2o.tLONEY ORDERS. : M.i KAM base of three feet, and at the crown a foot, is a : frosts daring the winter; mad seven miles from
.imIf.Jsse.-itiwiN >ALI-
RATES FOB AXl AI'AN' O'SMChlllKS.! ; PROVIPIONH.) HAY, OUAIN 1 1 ho (...'ltI9'III, art ari'l! most expiUitioui way i>( wild.v I moat attractive object. The scan of the fallen here on the vestaidaof the LakabaaaiuipLuit,
OURKVK OtKAX sIItirj4t'g.'ThIILLP 1.ttjI'I.:. ";U.Utpl. A'fc, ,. I nt i"I1" t" any ]I..t of the Uniteil 8l tc.. III by the A.ll'.J.J I). WrMforr, O. 15.; HAUT. leaf-stalks more and more distinct as they approach -I were lolled down to the pound ht.d*tt 5ri; a

ALAUVEItTIHEMENTS: KNTKUrniKR MtAMI.KT" l'oltldl M'-m-y Onlir )"h'm now in vp<*rati"n at t'hI.ofici. degree of cold than I hare information
uF'IlII"I.t. !' t'Lt \(8hM "tit TIIK -. I tho top show clearly the way in which i greater any -

--4-- .- Krt-d'n Wli.irf, Jlldu'oh\lUFl.! > tho stem has almost the of in Volnsia Coonty.-.(Jfas.) Jfc-
I Wttflf'l uf Admlll.nt 1' \ M. n. ( rJ'-r in-m-l in in unt" W suit pimlmtrun {'IIIClIT ('DL itt: grown, starting commencement
Ji;.ttc.eI .A1'I..uc.t' .... IIITMOr'.or JUIKHi; ; II h.t. Kinir, f Jo nnd umlrr lOttm of life with its full diameter and runt
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etI-1ntoert" ''''' Vebt.. from |J!U to ).i>\ 23 Judicial Circuit-Homer (i. I'Lint/
to -- --
Eaeeutor' No coe EMILE T. SABAL throwing off after of leaves it
DR. I JO. U. crop crop as growsin
...... .... 150l'otd"l'18aI UKKK, Po t M. lid Wm. A. Cocks.3rd .
Oft'Cre4W1$,t'&Ch each l InecrtiU! .. 160 height. The leaves are usually twelve or A Vastly Skew**-
Id' I.-rtlon..... : 00liotl o m OB HOME 1NSUHAMCE COMPANY ( Ibuae T. l-ms-. I fifteen in number, often fourteen feet long and .
".a..JJw-"ch Twenty Tmartrago th*> Di&a& Luyoc* was
1. of mutt by Atti.hment j'otttil Itnlcs1, 'A.- I cluster around tho cap. As a new Uaf coots
I Kt'lighL
Ja.dttiioa Flour
of Flu,} SraltVo Gmrv Slow, m&LIZl.ol ssa5tshafrn of lSmznplerr.
2 00 Over
..,11 IntITt.(If aoUSCl'I4-\nf'two F- MOI1j1gptPfl .quAreI,t'IKh) 8&LI8', DLOCK- JSJ e vv Ha/von, Jon. Mel,3 iTtoc m-iur Lay luntons ma'W'ob criTij; Ui" folvuUtloii .jth" '-, J. II. G SH.6th" .i out, it is covered with a brown fibrous sheath, In the fte7 of cbereiise, ODe of the ridtact of

JldriturtoD 3tttO .... 00 BlAllIKK AND FlUE IWSPIIANCE.Ofll luwtug tivpositiiig letters, PUM.TB or inin- which ia soon split through by the eharp'end of art '
tri 5qa1OS) id Igj.Ir. mueeum extant and to iodcca
,(If not i1tf_ J.d'sMat'l1J TloridtL t iVrt. edl n'oll"ll'lIblicttiUIl"| iii tile office: for limiting: James T. Mbee. tho leaf. At first the leaflets are folded closely Iagn. to
ALL imOl'LETTKlW m uzt be prc-paid by rue li paint for him that work
cHlk1td Ad. RI..ta. 1DIeril'e aI oU1. r outy0e I l (hp.ii .tret't -- up 'lIml" ; I 7th" John l'ric. upon the central rib, so closely that they seem hia pencil ha oftarad aomrgrlat him wwtar" of

talar fId .ntb inN'l1lm1.aftl'ti. rtmrii. I: F. FLOYD inciit, I. ( ic'iiir'l nil ktlcr.i to Uu of tho blade. Tho 60,000 franca and
Prepay on smooth
otIoIn the DUIII' ) bani'B | |' s a part bright green I free in the hfmtflfanj
quarters chataaa
IBUM aprelf'r Agent for
.rmdt.S M. D. Doc.tf! within the l"nit Slulci. I hit
J. D. MITCHELL mid-rib is short much like the midrib
.a4 rco.e a .i itni "uta : now quite
".r tall reqtd Full prt'iaj ment l>y t.tanhlei rv<|Uiri-d un nil tiitnaieit, I II'r'nt..d M\TE AlTUHNKYo: i family, famishing all the semut and park, *
of fans and if
.0I'ftf die. ,, 11"r HI TtilUIAX AM> 8t'flOEXflrnee i.iatler. fureiKii and l iiieMl-. : our common palm-leaf ; we !ai' the expen.es bat with
chbtfj Jajreaacceptai
IPUI4 I ru-
A.quac Li miitst.Ule"l" ) BERCKMAN'S l>y Inlirti'g the (County which II,- ofll e lorutnl! j jxiii 1st Judiciul( ''ircuit- Miltvu'd could crumple ono of these dried leaves up, wo luctance and ,
tne.. at his .,nner rt"ti4t'nef' corner f.Fi. ',I Ih) i n-l) nil Mt'Vr, rriiirn in l-e j ha and hia wife vera duly Installed -.
BOflpStPI ... Is aolu11C I" ,.( 'urd I ninny luiMTsinpluni iuiy : F. A. should havo much (ho palm of the young cocoanut in
"vrttIet c. dt-Uttnl, all.1 rni.lal.CII in (. uaveide JJyckraj. a lozariooa and apUradad anita of ,
All k1 .J"--VMmvill. Yd.. J.tf mulling : room*
Ie follow: Jalinstreet.' lea If the blades should expand the
trhlell u
a ate ka!.ef 1M sw \.! "" f'3thp&I'ft |FRUIT NURSERIES 1'litr I/it lttayt >S7 "' "cr, und I'44V0t.liUt'13| bctwetiithe stnmpai'.ddirfctiun fur leaf would be palmato; bat it goes on lengthening chamber the walls of
:wSSfSSfortsaSB ) LKUAL.J. p t ,inarkiui without interfiling with the wntinj I Hie.' E.: K. }'vetcr..jth" the axis and becomes pinnate, showing a but ha waste decorate'
: All letters carried outside of the mail mast tt I,. c"n.HHtfnt. -' h delicately made no aupolatfatt .10" i--
So afaaaaaaaP"8KCRCTAKT ;: AUGUSTA GEORGIA. ., .J. W. Culpopiwr.Clh higher order of development. Fire or six leaves
--- -- ; lall'l"rllnrtJIu) violation of llm lawsulujevt abject or style of the desired pahtti" saying s.
.Ifoe. : s the carrier t<> a line uf .1.11! C. R. iroLley aro unfolded every year, and as many wither .! 1 insist on aoIIIng, Io just what
N. 15.1 rr'in'ttf rtke rrturnvf a ldlrr I"U.t ivnlrr, and fall oft When the leaves arc quite yen
r- urlCZ OF STATE )1CUIYUL S. SWA1M I FLORIDA AGENCY if UM'.ltiimcd within thirty, days or le"i, ritttn or printed 7th" Oscar Hart. tender but when fully young expanded become will and when you wilL"] ingres responded"r
TitaaUIuI. FLOauu'l II I with thewritt-M MOW, I'fJ l..jJict and 'ale acroMi very demanding that some excellent till by
Anfftut lotb 1868. 5 the U'll liana end of the tmolopc; on the lace side, will -- -------, -- stiff and hard. Uleize-"rabbiah aa ha termed
.TM Lr-PIature fII Ow 8taLeof Florida,at th. Justice of tIle Peace. THEER, PLANT, AND GU \1'1 CtTTIN'4- lx> complin \V'l'Lfttern! bttanui such eotloracmcn Republican platform. Tho axillary epathe opens always on the UDder first bo scratched off. The Duke: and '
at the oft complied
ho" .
..thoc bfoslUl aM Capital I will bo ri'tirneil to Die \rntvrjtce (Jj.u.o9r.Jcritor4'a' side falls off
II"sI. and soon having a spicate
t .4ft'dll CoMtitatid 01 1 6S. paue4 An businos pertaining to hu otrk-e promptly at absented himself, and for the next two month
I'ho National of the United
tilt elAt.wtllW AD Act te Provide for Lho rublic&t1oJl of ALL to at the office, Summers' building. lately U1aoi # I'ar'Htei. i Republican party spadix bearing tho female flowers near tho base; the painter and hk wifa explored.at their leisiro -
Let aat 1'JIlI Adm-U..e71unts apI Itf States assembled in National Convention in the in most palms the blossom is beautiful from
.x.d.1I4 01Dei&1 occupied t>v A. W. DaCoHa. ug PJSACH TREKS BUUDER "I'ON. as thu beautiful environs
wit: YKAKLINU All m.LUer cuuicyud by mail wttward: Ix-joml the of Dampierre. The .
I ,*Jety fit.slit,, 1.10.'ttAe Blat qP rlorid4, r'r"e. etoekg. Western boundary Kansas, nd, east waul Jrom the city of Chicago on the 20th of May, 1868, make the great number of the flowers, rather than following year the Duke received from Ingres
heie' ordera. volmted! and lllled at lint .
I, .JIdi.&ft4U.,4 Awflt.4e "lid tl..rttllIt. H.: BISBEE, Jr'I C9.talc'gtIP, furn hed, 'rie(> eastern boundary of California except onu ncwppujxr the declaration of any individual grace. In favorable place each complaints that his wife could not endure the
tM LUtZ or thi 8ccretary 01 Htatt t.o ie.in&ttbI I to: a boise JJt subscrIber, and franked matter mut be following principles: stem will bear from five to fifteen nuts and a cook allowed them
.1Ia1I tie and matt have another with
pnbliJlbed 'e9ieCtIVe)7) In the city ofTtIahsmes i ROB C. LOWRY, prepaid at letter late First. Wo congratulate tho country on the mature tree have eight ten I ,
.np&Jf .J.cucnn1U" and the thy uf1fII1aOO1a. ATTORNKY AT LAW.errii'K may or or even additional accommodations and that .the blue
Lhe city or IH.i.Jt, for FloriJj, Jttckbonvlllc, n.. TIP rOLtO>U CLA S or l.KlIk-RS; AUK M)r IO UK AImS ,
rhida ahaIl bit boW1I 1M"thi uffielal paper..f _. S IHTJI : asaurod success of the Reconstruction project of twelve of thaw atoms, ono blossoniingevery fouror velvet hangings of tho room to be painted mart
1'1ori4a"aM I la eaea of which all rnrr. nero'i HOCK.JAUKHOXTILLE I -- ----- ---- -- -- --- fivo weeks so that a tree will produce from
tlt lltate tl 1eMWII.\he State lA.'JWAluredIaII IN Ltttu, Unring rc-jULsti to Ue returned to the Mrilurs Congress aa evinced by the adoption in a majority ; bo changed for gray to harmonize with hit tub-
II lad PS at ant aM aWo oftlclaUNm, notoee, and FRANK t' I1rrll Agt. if uniiaiined or to be retained a fpccitied time. eighty to a hundred nuts annually. They ripenin .jed; and the easy Duke at once assented.
M pD\liabed. to the state ef }1orid.or to EL RrlJ.4. ?. Letters for persons ho regularly cell at or "c'n.I'o' of the States lately in rebellion of Constitutions succession, so that blossoms and fruit are Summer however
aa-tt..tI perttT1Ttg I was again spent out of doors

uL1T.ebafl of tbe the 8aW"or tllf'.&'. vi state Sly '-'- -.- .- -- I Ro. 1 Sammis' Block the 8.'1.11"01')! -I an.t.f'!.bos luttei, and totters letinncd to the j securing equal civil and political rightsto Been at once. m the environs so that when the Dab retained

ftlCll be oC 1M aald duty papt'n cnrnct cullt'II of ant E. K. :FOSTER Jr. writers from the lend Letter oflk-f. I j all, and regard it as the auty of the Government As the fruit comes lo us, its glory ia gonu. It in the winter Ingres had nothing to show but

to lura- KMli.ue of the $tate JgIlature*. 4. J-ctters directed to pcn>oii! at Io'tel311'. returned is in its best condition just before ripeness or I sulkiness but as soon aa he had tamed hil1I.ck'I
h.Ian passed aI7 JACKSONVILLE, :FLA. Iron theme to time ofliro. to sustain these institutions and tq prevent
days altft'the a4JoumlnlDt tbereof.fe. pout when tho shell is soft enough to bo cut with a wroto him that the

within.I.thlftJ The rate of ipaflSttOH and to offirffi.drcrtl U ..td ATTORNEY 1 : AT I, .\ \V.SA1XT j H.At! in Ktoi tint! arriving, r Hren ,H<-. and ShuulUcrs I i. 3. -.tter" which the pHrticaiUiHMJ refuse to rttl'Ufc -1 tI the pouplu of such States from being remitted toa knife; then tho interior is filled with a rich I changed to green. 'This gray too hangings vu- done mast and be

rape?. for pb1kbtug Ole lava Slcob I'ork anil Ibm, Lard, Batter and to ,
jOr.IId& miss!! be the MIne a.that tI.w l.d4 ]>ern .
.. CbecHf, Wackerel in barreli, half bHrrols Hiid kit Cod op
till. Sl8Ute of the law of A utfTINL, I'LA Ii Iy I or who lime removed to plnccitt unknown. tho shell is coated with gelatinous almost "
toyorioiiB a
clnntia 7toTtbe offld.l tor the puWioUJon Vdvertl-euients of thc Tai II fish and Ilrrrinx.Rio and Jam Ci>nif, Tea, Broken and I 7. Ittur+adJreiwrd toper&oii* who have rcrnuvcd, ; Tho guarantee by Congress of equal cream letting no one enter at any time and
and soft
refined Hu arn. Old Bourbon and Rct.tillc'1 transparent. so as to be oat
I but L ")" e ]oHt olllje aildreDniH known. keeping one wing of the chateau under
t fce.UU hall be 1U duty of the dnult judge of cacti J. P. SANDERSON, i winch NO"are d-U oflt'rC'\I'y thc paikngu only. .. O&eiul letter for iij juirtmcut ol the sovcrnmciiU suffrage to all loyal men at the south was demanded with a spoon. When fully ripe the inner crust lock and key that he might oat ho overlooked.

circuit to deMgnale one newspaper, pBlmsnedVuaiB ) by every consideration of public safety has hardened and absorbed the bettor part of The steward wrote to the Duke that ha
Io4leial -- - might
c Ms circuit, or In PODIa circuit nj-xt adjoining .ATTORNEY LA"'N", i 0. fir-Minns free iKukcl t. euutuiuin: '.uu..t-. tho milk, leaving an insipid water. The milk
f of gratitude arid justice and must be maintained had
which hall be known III "the & paper of PENSACOLA OBSERVER I'). LA-HCTB at atceaiiort.-, inti-nUcd tor pej sons on 1,0,11,1 l now return as Ingres surely begun. But
: thereto tile ja l\v aI circuit,"and In which alll'pi nut-S and JACKSONVILLE, :TLA.Auiful4 ; of eeituin ignated \esusih exjH-eteil to ni\e. while the question of suffrage in all tholu'al i ia quite nutritious and many medicinal effects on his arrival, no offer waa made to show him

MrrtiaeatI clatlnc% to the .aid circuit court, or to j'uid l'/ll-WIJJCL l' havo been attributed to it. I have drank noth. the work in prognes,and"'*constrained

u,eoeat fJI'pro\Mlte court.within the ami circuit law to; all be -tf ._ ___ __ _ _._ :Itcgislry: Office.Vuluul'lo States: properly' belongs to the people of ing else for several days, without perceivingany the Duke not to ask to see it. This sort of aeesw -

)h s.etlr.es olab)' 4aIet1prioo required and by) all notices HT WILMAM KIKK fahi UJMI'ANr. ] l-lU-rs lur any purl of tho United States, these States. unfavorable results. It U perhaps with lasted three and have
or( might continued
,.WI.he ty say J'dWDor ODa; B. PERRY I II -- (.lIu..la: Un-a*. liritain, l T.in.lof Jamaica, I Hpilutnl] the for sea-sickness. yean
officersrwhhlaUe more reason regarded as a cure
and ,
of abwl county Third. Wo denounce all had the
sa4 a'ert1I1t shall be Bj-UU rll'J'. Italmii Stale', or States of German-Austrian I'oHUl found of repudiation indefinitely not Duke it ia said on
aM circuit, publiaht.d.h' I I with of the stem attached
I Carefully picked a portion -
la&II I b'niun, will bt resutc-reil, "n npplit-jition between the national one of his visits perceived from his window a
It alan lie the duly of all the notice ubIt.h.r and or adver-cadi ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR i iA.T : ni-lte inuntlis JS 01 hours of 8 .\. U'' amid Ii I*. M. as a crime and the national honor they may be carried for three weeks at woman spreading wet linen the choicest

Jilt.0 4011ipa&without 4.ta 0 r publish; 1'rorid. That he shall nut LA."Vr. i it. iI 181I niiiiitlm, .SOG Kegiiteriil lleUt'rM. to go the alOe day, niunt l>e haljil-' requires the payment of tho public indebtedness sea uninjured, perhaps longer, so that we might exotics of a favorite parterre upon and oat
tlllflllftLta In a'1Va1w4)Tliae ; crying
I' ) 1t1"I'IIJ ed in tine h ur before tho cloning of the null.
III.yoe1W 10 publloih any n tuor advert I.metit 3l oUR'1' S'FREE't'; in tho utmost good faith to nil creditors at home be supplied with fresh nuts from the West bastily, "Hallo, my- good woman T' discovered
tinlees the fa*allowed by law U tenderod theft-.ith. i i: lung.tal>li ln-d Journal Ux-umvi, M-r> Jcmra- Indies.
.. Tb.rIt.ofe1mppI1aUon to be i. d the bid ]I tie at this, time, In view ut lie fact trutt IVnMcola i jsttfocting .llrmeJ' Order Office. : and abroad ; not only according to the letter, too late that it was Mme. Ingres herself. Ko
serifoTOieeside cUl and lejjal advertWmenU ahall Boston Mo, her Ituilro ul coiiiniunk-Htioit with the "nrthwint A cocoanut is always planted with the three apology could satisfy her enraged husband who
K uttLiilioii j in i-uJh-o! .to the lIr.lor but this, of the law under which it
Money :
t*tie same as that paid to the state official 1"ltCI'II. Upf U2y nn nll transmitting! ,
r tkie Ct.eec. It is devoted to the .1T\'I JI'IIIt'1i1 "f tho material >-ni miii a rh'-iip of and person
Md1.a $ tracted. From one theso the stem rises tho shellis
advertisement,ufler the buiu through the nmili Ordeu are 1 issued iu sums and the couple that day quitted the chateau
.7. K o I I.S sl noc* or interests of the 8ti-.to of Kloridn, nn l in its Ital drpart- very
assteeftlil"iict shall e vMJorhaTe any force orJfteUonfeBtbearnehallliepublUbed meut'ot..11 tllo.' Lurgrramounix ran bo trannmittcdto Fourth. It is due to the labor of the nation soon split. Often the nut does not begin to for Paris. When they were'g006 the Duke
in the FINANCIAL Timber in its vicimtr aluo the uinc iicrron, at the same time, by additional- germinate for six months or even a after
paper and tiade growing "]11 I' In year hastened to
II that taxation should bo and reduced open the.Vtaterioal. room, and.
4McBt*l as aforesaid the olicjal paper of the circuit -- I. other comm<-l<:.ial itciiif wUivh lo the careful iiMrter will iitru' equalized planting, and it grows slowly for tha first two found thod1baw.t"OGWD..ct; -
tawalch the amid advertisement 1* published. And -- '- '..1. indicate the developiunil the sn'-'t; .,turtI dT whenever any law mow In force or which may be hereafter I jji''of lYriMioola as u port.'erti".m..nltl years a single head! This he allowed to remain for.
passed require the publication of any notice orMVflarDt FKEEDMAN'S A \ i-oliciti-vl. |IUlit:'. (Pu uitk-rt nut exceeding mid f':'.,i.i...10 tenU.On cent. Fifth. The national debt contracted as it tree begins to bear when six years old and con some years as the painter had left it, but subsequently
onlri over f to
that said up
itllhall be uncknt004 pubHca- : tinues until .
,made in official designated a! The money'"rilt-r offli-c wit! 1-e open 'from S A. M., to has been for tho preservation of the Union for seventy years, or even longer.It covered with a rich collection of ancient
an paper
skill be
tic* i ia said that the palm loves the of

.,.I..id.1Iae. .All acU or part of acU inconairU-nl with the SAVINGS BANK0 i TNITEl STATES 6 Valuable P.M.; Mt,11 ithould 1"- nirrieil to the ufike nnd all time to come, should be extended over a fair man and grows best near his habitation company and armor francs.the Xtrl drawing o for which he had paid 60,000

nwMon*of this act are hereby iiqicaled.5ow. regieterfil. If money Ii to I lie remitted, a postal I moneyorJei I period for redemption and it is the duty of well may man return tho love, for it furnishes
tliuiil'l, l 1t' obtained if "uiutHTb..rc there is
do. therefore deatpiate, I, Oeorge the J.following Alden.cretar: ii'<) to)' be of flu!inoiioy ordir oilice; then tilttt upon l should reifintcr-, Congress to reduce the rate of interest thereon him with all the necessaries and many of the TIle Caterpillar.

the-offlelal. hereby papers of the State of Florida,"viz : The T1IK,) NATIONAL YRE nYAK' 8AVIXBS ANtI I j jTRITST MAIL I & EXPRESS. ed. Money xlioiil'l niter l I. entlo.i-.l in an >r
Tallahassee Hntiwl a newspaper imblialied In the city ], -- ter. Tho wood is hard in old trees and very ornamental We regret to learn that tha all devouring cat

ef Tallahassee the Honda Union,a newspaper pobtishe4 -. covr.NT'i & Jacksonville. .J/UlleJ1 O/V/c OJJicci.GEIUA. Sixth. That the best policy to diminiah our and i j. used for timber. The rootlets erpillar is making wholesale havock in the cot-
and the ttnivacula Obecrff. Augustine
U.a the aewvpaptr city Jacksonville published in the city of rcnsacola. CHARTERED BY CONG" 3S. |: 0I i burden of debt is HO to improve our credit that aro eaten or rather chewed as tobacco; the ton fields. East, South and West through the

whereof bass hereunto set band ..lIdeaue Albany I Columbia.AiiicrKUh leaves boiled and eaten cabbage State many planters will not realise a tenth of
1* witB s* my I HAILV MXKUKPJLRSKXaKR HACK WITH I ., capitalists will seek to loan us at lower young aro as ;
A I Macon. money
the Great Beat of the State of honda 1'MNCIl'AL UFt'WI-.W WASHINGTON D. t' I when older furnish the assured crop of 30 days Indeed
| .XX: relays of )hor>ei ii now running rcgulaily .lwoen Athena MilludgcTillt.Atlanta they aro they a good surface ago. some
1t..1] teb*affixed: this tenth aay of AuwU A. D. I rates of interest than we now and must continue -
pay fields
lt&*. UWJHOliJ. ALDKN I IlIt. AiiKUxtine and VnonrUle, leaving c-uch rll\ce i Rome. to write on with a sharp point (cowdungis are totally destroyed not a stalk bat what

HocreUtry of Htate. BANK IN JACKSONVILLE promptly I\t 7 A. M.. .1\iI-6uadny! cxcerted. .iiIi,5t4 I Sa\nnn h. I to pay so long as repudiation, partial or usually rubbed in to make the character is devoured looking aa though a are had bee.

__ .
THE I THROUGH IN EIGHT HOURS r.5 nuJI/J..rI I'' total, open or covert, is threatened or suspected. more visible), and also to thatch houses, fence through them.
is located Street whcro ,
(rOVRTB JUD1CIU c1CVIT.3IN ., on Bay J.vki-oiiMll I I Tulhtha-see. .! gardens, make baskets, mat-beds, fish-net,fans, This new disaster following on the heels of

CIRCUIT COURT, !><'I>o.it<; will b. r.'..lve- and Draft|>aM.Int : L'OIIII"-tinlC at Jatk.ioiiTiIlr with th,Rallr..lfll fvr"IT..n- Key Wcit I Wnmnston.. _- I, sieves, and hats ; when old and dry, the stout other calamities of the put few years will cause
ret allowed on nil earns of Firo Dollar
KOCBTM At Cbam JCDICIiL.Auiii4 ClECriT 7 IMM.Wktrttr. ,( vard; Hut dpoiit.'of(tnt Itolltr ant reorired.HT I FA RI'IX nOLLAHf O'U"I.IJeealur. States should bo administered with the strictest posts ; tho ribs of tho leaflets for brushes torches whites will suffer, but the colored people will
Dank Ilc-un- 10 A. If to3I'.M. ,
0 The Legislature of the mate 0F.otida. at W. L. COAX. .Morgan. I economy, and the corruptions which have been : or the whole is burned to furnish pobu>h. feel it, for with no crops the planters cannot

the ftnt acsaion thereof begun and held at the Capitol slay l'i7-tf. Actinic Caslii-i. Bv llm line |l"t I 'PIH:;"T, will p' thioueh in --mf"irtjhlrehlrles ]. : .IJaibour.I shamefully nursed and fostered by Andrew The husk of the nut is stripped off by means of employ labor. We venture to aaj that wages

.(th Btat wnder the reriaed Constitution paMod : aud with Icfs fatillll"t| xj'OMirr, )hiz.iH "r ,'In)', }rwnville..,.. Uutler.HiintsMlle J J ohnson call loudly for a radical reform. a small stake fixed in the ground and a man for 1869 will be almost nominaL Wa fear the
..entitled act to 1'rovkle for the I'u bhcatlunef. MaJUull.Mol'ilc
an than other IOU'
On Lavs and Official aad Legal Advertiseaienta -- by any .Mobil. I Eighth. Wo profoundly deplore the untimely can strip a thousand nuts per diem, and the improvidant class must suffer for food the COB*.

epprored July 1Slat. 1 6%to-wlt; REAL. l';'l'A'1' :[ Ptickayrisfor Southern .jrj>rts* Cnttipfiiiy dvlicerfd Mont goiiiTj.'.Montgoiii I and tragic death of Abraham Lincoln, and regret husks are then soaked for several months in .lug
ateetiM I. It ahaH be the duty of the Circuit Judge of --- -- -- -- --- -- -- .---,. ------- ---"- -- >k'lini..I: J'.dhuii. tho accession of Andrew Johnson to the wioter.Tna.
the fibre and
aek JadlcW Circuit to dedirnaM one paper publishedwitbis : tafely promptly. 1'11..tllllti.t..........,.......Franklin.Unnnla I Presidency who has acted treacherously to the water to separate finally twisted .
into mats under the
his cbxvlt or in none circuit but adjoinin I into rope, or woven name
ksreto, wWch paper shall be known as "the Official Fur THO-UIP-,"IT'ly III JatkHmMllo, at !ih.- 1'irvlori .V ISS'i, II'J'r. people who elected him and the cause he was of coir. This is strong and light, -
Pqot .-Judicial Circuit and In which all FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. i I Hous ;" n"lln St. Augustine at the Fbi ii4aj U..u.-.e." pledged to support has usurped high legislative rope very Experts say that now ia the beat time to setout
NKL8OX: M"JNt'.IL.1 I'ro.tietir. .,Iulllllu"..... ..... 'iuilt- ; does not rot when vet and floats on the water.
I fsl Kotler*and Ad\'Ht'. relating to the Mid j I ltf. .Yabl-iihli.!. and j judicial functions; has refused execute orange trees. Many of our citizens hare already -
: six of coir.
--- ---- nuts usually yield pounds
Chrwit Coart er to any County or Probate Court within .MnrOmll. I done so. One word of caation: Insetting
holly Hpnnjts I tho laws has used his office to induce
t4 t4reoft: all kgal noliceu' rft'I'J' Nri1.tiull ftllul- T* I1. DKWET & CO., J.l7J.B'. ,Ieii-kou................,...Ii hutS ; high The undressed fibres of the husk is a capital out a tree of any kind da the work well
red b liv \Ie ..Jl.i.7lB.I.'i.; : other officers ignore and violate the laws has
? to publlBW tor sa, loenon or f't'rIOIIlI M(.ri..ulI.......Lmidi-nlak. ; polishing material, and sailors use nuts split in
.nda't1aotleoNie fs ..udoihercountyofflae-I and trust no one else to do it for b liberal
.Adams.Vi. his Executive: to render insecure yon
Brokers teller employed power -
Real Nt
aa*rvnitty rn said drcoit.l an be published." i .iting' (U..t rliymolgilMI Wtiili. el' PV'i3 om.i* Wiirri.ii.liat"li halves to rub down with fertilHzera in soil liberal in'excava
It to therefcct ordered that the Hori.U Union( ." Ii own INdt.--Jldnr" Print In"tnirt
nevcpaaer avaltabcd At JaekjonrUle in the county of OFFICE IN TilE" UNION BTJILPIXG" I ricd IVrwns or llione about to marry Nth ,m.l" aiM ('- L'H'I:1 l.V.4. I citizens has abused the pardoning power; halt and clear juke runs out, which is fermented tree once placed be attentive in
Btvai wKhia thia Judicial Circuit be and the said paper miii.] In verj-lhliif tonccniin? the ]>hvi>i.l";ij and rrl.i- denounced tho National Legislature u caring font afterward. It ia jfSaa easy to
Is kwcfcy >aifnated a. "the offidAl paper for the JjICEBOHVILLr., "I.A. HUfltlHomesteads i i I lions; of our nrxnal i-rriom' end the Pi-odnotlnii. er TreTintiun Umij'K.. lint. Itoll.M as unconstitutional to form toddy, or boiled down to make jaggery, have a tree live and growasto bYe dead

F thjBeulClre h,'' la which all IePI notice and.gdM.btl.sentiu&din -- -- --- - -. '. of oflsprinp, Im-ludinit nil the Heir 4isrArrrit.iinfvw .) ( .. (luachltii.Natchitoeheii I ; has sistcntly and corruptly resisted -, or palm-augur. This tapping is supposed to injure stick to indicate careless v
attid section i, in before giTn in the Enl. f''l1l1am .Xalohltnclii'. by every measure in his power every pro- 1! the tree if long continued. planting.
UlflMrth Juoleiat Circuit or any coftntr therein Locaied.nT : Voung' M. 1*. Thin) I H really a valuable and litf rcsHng Newibemia..I 1 H<- Martlnc. l attempt at the reconstruction of tho States
skaflbei 'tJ; atIt tW this DuUce be recorded In : Wli k. It i i.< written In plain langwi for tke 'gener*) New Ol.Iran*. ,'ais.I per t[ The ripe nut is cooked and eaten in various Itaaaa for..
the CnMetry Ortsr Book of the different Clerk's offlees ; tender, and is illustrated with upwards ef mo kunilr'-d >pel<>ns K.ft..l.indry.Phiquemine. i lately in rebellion ; has perverted the public pa-j ways. When grated it is an ingredient of the .
ia the wties this raiIlKtI. All married pe.,le, er th.. ee' Ibcrvillc.! into an nMiie of wholesale corruption,
reepMUre oo Judicial Circuit. I en young .. : tri'iiKgo i best curries; mixed with sweet potato, or kolo, A CHEAT AMD zxczLUon WAT or ricxuya
A. A. K."IODT I,. F. DBWEV & CO. tetnpUtinn marriage, nnd haTint the least ImpediMent St. KniTirisnlli- ."....... ...."'. Feliciina anti l lias lotm iu.M'i i> impeached fur high criaien i
.. ttnd baked it forms a fine padding. Tho Pacific TOMATOES XT THE :.. tfelect
Wif U tf Judge ith JudkUl Circuit !' tl to married should read this l> It 4'ifcUftcx i III the NoHhern State nearly nil P- tMHiTH are ripe tomatoes
---- .June -- --- -. I crete that.nvery one blionld be acquainted ith.. _Still.it money"rde .ftiecb. : dit-1 iniwJt'iiK'ii'i'iu, and pl' J'arly pruiiiiuiHi'-d : Islanders chew up the meat and rub it into with unbroken skins. Smooth ones arepreferred.

[nm JVDiaAL is a boor tnal must be loticn np, ann nei ur ...ai IBO :. guilty Ihvreiil l liv -iho vote of thirty-fivo Sena their hair as a pomatum, and, whether owing to Put them into a weak brine and let.
I CIBCVIT.) All Wanting Paras in Florida hoti.e. It will be sent to any one on thorC'edl.tef Fifty POstff/,
this application or not their hair is exceedingly them remain in it for 36 to 48 hours. Then
cunts. Addre Y r. \\) Yon ",tfo. 4I > Sprnte utreet, tors.Ninth. 'put.
IN CIRCUIT COURT. should have the I above Fourth, I'hlladclphla. $.If '\ he uo.tig.(: on letters to be forwarded in the maild to j: 1 IIP diK-tline of (Great Britain and I, abundant and black. them into a pickle composed of ODe part of YJIHI-

' FIFTH JCMOUL CIROI IT. IAt __h __ u __ any ounce part, pitr.FAiK of the nr United HTAMTii.States is Three Cent jter half |; other Eur">|Huii! powers that because a man i is : The oil is, perhaps,one of the most valuable gar and two parts of soft water. These proportions

Chambrn Aufurt 27, 1WS. ( Florida Real Estate Register. The pudtHKC "ii letters dropped in this Oftice, for deIiery i: once a subjtvt )lie is always so, must be resistedat products. The Micronesians break up the nuts are for good strong vinegar. Keep them

"k fU*, The LfflahUBM of the titate at Flerida at of to I Lime in this city, i III One Cent phalt ounce p -jaiil"Transient every Iwunid by the United States as a relic I and expose the W wt to the heat of the sun in pressed under the liquor. A bad smelling Mum
Sent to addrcos on receipt a stainp lire-pay Ro } d
theBrtt KsaiintheraoC te ua and heLl at the any all
Capita Ci htiliulm. of the icwlal I imee, not authorized by the law
PEWKr I. CO. the collects the
!of the&aU norths UoMtitatioa ef 1HM,pauidaa post.ire. fr New6pai s, l'IlIllI'bl..t..I'luof-hbC't.l. Hook covered troughs, wetting mass constantly frequently on surface hut it will not
Ad ratitled an Art to Prefor the Publication July 'J tfI"lol1ylIlI:, Fla. oiiftUntly on Jinnd and for n.ilom irs to imi', l,yKICMARH8ON )rllllllfl'riptslample.o,RltmpIICarl1I'hotojl.'nllh 'MrJs I i of nations and at war with our national honor Fermentation takes placn and the oil drops into taint or hurt the fruit. 2V yrtytrt for KM-

ef theLaws and Official Advertisements adapted I ) t. JiAKXArtT. Cards MaH| Hlauks Illank Paper, Knicravingd, EnvdI I I and independence. Naturalized citizens are entitled containers. The East India process is almost Wash, skin and sweeten to taste.
J.,. 1 1568 c..it: ulj 1HI B..Lulmab.O. o|>0'(. Herd, lioutu, Bcions, amid printed matter, except to be protected in all their rights of citi- rude the null in wooden This has been tried for and
Heetieti HOTELS. I fore I I as being ground a or years baa been
4. It ahafl he the dnty of the Circuit Judges tlrcuLir mind books), will IKI rated at Two tunIs native born and
ef.JoAetal CtrauH to doipw one paper pnUlnb4wttkimaMdKaifwtaikoraeHrrtiit _. _. ---- \cry four ounces or fraction thereof,Prepaid by stamp} *. zeiifhip at though they wore stone mill of primitive construction. The oil found reliable and aati cb,. The testimony
I nut adjoining, : : Market for Double the abovo rates will charged for Hooka.UtiMiilid I I 1110 dli"lJlof the United States, whether native produced, of course, varies in quality as well aa of all who eat of the fruit so prepared is, They
wklek MMT shall he known as the Official Paper of the Vegetables 1 Circulars, one and not eiecedlng three In or naturali/ed, must be liable to arrest and imprisonment -
in quantity ten nuts producing in taste so much like fresh totaatot lfciI A"r
rak/iUUalC will charged Two cents one quart or -. .. .
> ,
reuH,*nd in vktca all legal uiccsaM HOUSE iiiinilr, in one; envelope, ; foreign for acta doneor
AlnttiaMMMe reUtln ;to the ald circuit court or1 j UNION )HO1)UCP, CoiuuiiMlon Mfrchaatu, FerwHi. hir- and that proportion for a greater number to one.dorCllflI by any power other cases thirty nuts only three pints. In Yorktr.To .
.aay Cscmjr or ftvtwte Cow w1hiB..iA Circuit; all ping Veicrtublcs, &c.,to New Toi k until d> *ellVIIIUII. }Pn-iind! by stanips.fitnada words spoken in this country, and if BO arrested other places the ground nuts are pressed, and
I till| oIwe,eI. & required by law to be KV to cuiielgn tu Nova Bcolla and >ew Brunswick, Six contupir and imprisoned, it is the duty of the government sometimes boiled. The bent oil ia used either STCW PEACHES.-Taka small, .unrie

MrtA pbbsbe4 aW b ether&II person or persona, and all notice of !IIIMiYEU'R SONS! half ounce of,prepayment. optional Ten cents If paid to interftTe in their behalf. for cooking purposes or to anoint the body peaches, pare them neatly put them into a kettle -
008nt officers In mideinittifcaU.ep.bH.bel the office delivery.Newfoundland
". any county/ M. J. MURPHY, I! :07 Dunn tilrcrt, at and Cuba, Ten ccnta jicr half ounce, Tenth. Of all who were faithful j in tho trialaof either before or after bathing a most grateful with water nearly to cover, and set over a

It fc therefore ovdned that the Florida Union," a M UST 1 lie prepaid by dtarops. the late war, there were none entitled to more in a hot, dry climate and the gentle fire; IOe&ChqurtOf peacAea add half a
'slips,wiblkhed Jacksonrille in .f New York. Ocnnan Btates. Pruiwliin, CIOI'l'tl Mail, lj cent, prcl process ; poorer of '
at the county I special honor than the brave soldiers and sea pound sugar; let them stew until the IpUP'Juich.
0"fa ae 1'0UIdt JudicUl OrcoU ud adjoUing the CORNISH 'n' J.AUR..A JJ UVAL HTIlKKTS 1 i E..t.tLIi"It..1; in Ill?.) l"tYlllt'nl.optional.l : Oeriimn States lineman Mail 10 who endured the hardships of campaign qualities supply the lamp Torches are often Serve cold for tea or dessert.. .
y1 tdidal Circuit U-,and the-4 iMtperla nrf.1'Jf4MMtlie \V. K. 1I11.I.HII, 11. L. HIM\Fit. C. V. fhi.i. tujunc ctiiti".optional. men made of elephant's dung bound into cylindersby
oOdal paper for the Fifth Jadtoial I Jacksonville Fla.T'HWIIOCSR.BKCENTLYOPKNKD.HAHUKEN. llamhiir: by North German Union direct Mail 10 and cruise, and imperilled their lives in th3 service the ribs of the leaflets, and saturated with TOMATO JAM. Take ripe tomatora peel them
*?ta wWch all and 2i It optionaL Hnmburg by cloned Mail
I bounties
lent notice fjntK prepayment of the the and pensions
..ffiwdfltd in said aecUoa IT.' ; ; \in Knulantl;, K cents optional. law for; the brave defenders of the' the oiL [7T. T llutgtem, jtaurican 30/NrWwf. and take oat all the seeds; put them into a preserving
Cirial ome.I..crtJ..l. of the ol.l! fnvor.iMy via England, 31 ccnl1. MUST be prepaid by provided by kettle with half '
: nr twraty therein J. 1'. Orove 'lo<'n, nuudcr KII.IJ Unl1iI.: a pound sugar to each
1a4 K nrlrted that this .I doring the foil and winter. ki.own house of Orovc-htwn A. Co. stumps.Brazil.. nation are obligations never to be forgotten. ; Letter from Klorld pound tomatoes ; boil one.er twolemoa* soft,
the ttiy 0rW Book of the different Clerk's offla. .. !!d each month widows and orphans of tho gallant dead
The TABLES are supplied wtllilte cliok t artivles vu: Anier'Mwn I'arkct frnm the are
.. VOLCSIA 1868. then them fine take
tp vp 'rooatl\ll this Judicial CireuiUJ. GHOVKSTKKN': FULLKll .V eo.I l tue Aug., pound oat the,pita add the
I.I nrrrim by the Pomestie market or rcrcired from the New York, 10 cent": MUriT pnpaid. the wards of the people-a sacred legacy be-
IL CK8. North. I Italy via clomid Mail 42 cents o]>Uonal.Government the nation's Among tho productions of Florida may be lemon to the tomato and boil slowly r mash to
their to protecting care.
___ -__ Js.dgetIiJadicllCIrcuIt.syz I I Transient gueKtsor pennunent boarders nccommedatedn I have removed to I qucathed which in thoI naratsd oranges limes, lemons, citrons figs, a smooth man; continue to.stir until smooth
reasonable' terms. lo-t. 8/mJll1crlEIiJ'clol1CS, Eleventh. Foreign emigration,
[ n icraciAt .] i JS \Varoroorns, :I past has added 60 much to the wealth, development pomegranites, bananas, coconuts olives pineapples and thick, then put in jars or tumblers.

III CIRCUIT COURT.I I I 1- i IK-Upon pnntud all ticrtm letter and thf. official mil. without Ize envelopes additional there charge will, i of resoarcea and increase of power to the grapes peaches, plums, pears quinces, Toothache, according to the London Lancet

B vsrrK Jr.icuL Ciact-IT 1 Wanted-Agents. :55 Jlorccr iitrect Now York. the names,IJUMIH-HS, and VoHt-ofllco address parties, I nation, the asylum of tho oppressed of all nations coffee, strawberries whortleberries blackberriessugar can be cured by the following preparation of

At Chanter. Aururt 7. 18 S i and a r"IUL-.tlo return if unclaimed within a tiveM I should bo fostered and encouraged by a caru, rice corn, the small grains cotton, carbolic acid: To one drachm of coUodian add,
FORTE exceed four lines-when ordor-
Wtnr.4 n. Ixtfalatnie fill the State of Florida, at : l'er Month to m-V the National FainKy [PIANO time- the whole of not five to hundred and upwards of I liberal and just policy. 1. indigo, sweet potatoes Irish potatoes tanyahs I two drachma of carbolic acid A. gelatiaoes
In any
tlii ant semi1e tiereuf begun awl held at the Cupi- 0175 Iq lbcltillCt. Thi* machine ill equal l to J'iallo.rltlll iuuntiUM I II Twelfth. This Convention declares ita ginger. palma christi, and nearly all the vegetables is small which
mass precipitated ef
Ill er the 8t&k. u4n the l'olultitat of &w'l The L'rt at increa in the tli-nuiiid for our I specific deinoiulnation. I sym a portion
standard .sichinc in every resfiuct and U nohl nt the have romjieHed IIK to xtfnd Amonsthca'lvuntai.'ess.'curfato tho public by tho ,. grown at the north. I believe nobody has
.54.act natide4..a to Provide for the 1vbilca1 throughout country pathy with all the oppressed people which are inserted in. the cavity of the aching tooth invariable
low price of ".lO..14. our Manufacturing futilities to three tunes theIr former I ue of stunt htMl envt-lopes are: succeeded in currants gooseberries
.s ef the Lars and OrOdal and LcyU AdvcrtlwMts NATiOWALEKINa MACHINE CO., struggling for their righto. raising or gives Inrnndiata relict
siaw and J.Jcd new linpro\fiiifiiU in Manufacturing Firrt--ChCltpnclIl.i .
Florida.It .
eprered to-wrt I in
Jnly aiac IMtS. : 1'. raspberries
June 24 Sm PitUburgh, shall contiinio to our i>ri.-(ii the i to correspondence In thUthnttin
IteIIoia L : we keep St.'l'OnJ-8ocurlt Tho offered
Ithallbeth Cbnit following resolutions were by
of the
eedt Jud duty JudjpwofI wile nil they always have been the IwwrM of any llrKlvUiM Htainp cnnnot bo reow"l'Ilnor lost. !!! is claimed that the sweet orange of Florida BZE '.-The .following is Prussian.
,,. Circuit or to ia designate Sos Circuit ene paper next publiehadvuli adjoining I j| nano-KoHe maker by at leaut one third, and we I Third Where a request M cndoruwl for the return Jof !: General Carl &hurz, and adopted as part of the are the best in the American market; and Uu remedy for the sting of a bee: "Beat an'onion

3Uk551'tich f'Ipf UttW know 1M u.OfIdal1'aper"- Valuable Patent for Sale.I icniMwtfully with solicit all other by makers.parties about purchasing July 30 comparWn lyAdnrrUsemenU a the letter CM-ntof, it will non-delivery not be IICnt to but the will Dead be letter returned Office diretl-in '!j i! cgoing plat form i iJ'etoleeil region bordering upon Mosquito Lagoon U believed on a hard body.b 'extract the juice, to which.

CIruut ,aad to wMohaO Legal Kotlee sod A4reLaUnir ; : to the writer free of postage. I, That we highly commend tho spiritof to be peculiarly adapted to the production add a pinch of salt. ..Apply the mixture to, the
iPemrta to tbo..w Circuit Court. to -- ------ i
la\r er riebatoCuvn wttbla said dreolt.or AU any lx-1 own the Patent Perpetual Draw and flimsier Monitor i -' I The.postage stamped envelopes IIlOilL'Illll directing I magnanimity and forbearance with which of this fruit in a high degree of excellence; sting, and the pain and inflaaimaiSoa wiS.

pi *?*'<**.of* To iacHi>Uos reyuiiedby law to lie I Lime Kiln.bou I'atentrd, IfakrsaDore 1WW burns lime wood more or en.lybumt. ce.U, I *lll be refunded mail in and btampe that: the provided misdirection they have the men who havo served in the rebellion, but it is.in this favored locality that the Ifamoizi cease.! **
draws been sent by -
achri rrrry never
.b,CItber soy person coeutr or oIInn person Ju any and conMy nfl Kotloes In NM1aII" of coots a half tea to buIld and makes 1.. cheaper Gzo.I? l OJELL & @ occurred at the place whore the redemption is now frankly and honestly co-operate with us in rove of Captain ,Dummet U situated. This A good way to keepbirda from ,fruit treat

"- ,." from 12 to 15 cents per bushel than any ether kiln I i-Uimod. In no cue U any envelope! to be redeemed at restoring tho peace of this country. and rocon- grove ia perhaps the largest, most productive and viaetlaaaid to be to stnff birds of
the Patent for Florida(er it i ill directed. grape
known. I will esebonire tho office to which
iid DOW post
UltIWW in thetUidon" tho Southern State and moat widely known of in the state. ]I
BtructinK governments
.pew t Southern State except Geoqfte)for Land 01 or The requested to inatten. 'i uponI any hawks especially aM'u.a thatrees
other eaj- public aro report any : en
JII4ada1 aa4 the Ifl1on4a I.| My prey,
"JaekwiyiIIe CiMdt, Dun CouDtT.to the Fourth JBerenth near the Ht John'. Kivrr-improved 'rrecL 1oi forwarded to all Newijiaper.a.No lion on the liart of the employee. of the office, or fail I I the basis of impartial justice and equal rights, have no information that ia altogetherreliable and vines.StatistIcs
54k1s1 OftaII.adjolatag.tU Ji-licW i. parties wiridnf U rtnbark In a permanent and paying advance charged on Publisher'til .prire ure.in the receipt or delivery.of mail matter to the post !. arc received back into tbo communion of the upon tho subject but I have been informed IbM

a 1&It oe4bat ,.I4 II JI'kJri iuiliwe*rithw Florida. Virginia wood Maryland coal or say ke of All Information leading Newspapers to Cost kept of Advertising on furnished. raaater or his assistant. j loyal people; and we favor tho removal of the tho number of truea in bearing is fifteen hundred of'the fruit bosbtasf fa 8 n Francisco
IKatN.JMn ean I
I U It IOeftna trDlGo".MWJpeper puWWtecila the ettjr of.lA ku the had Atlantic cheap can make lull an adrantegeoo eschMite nt by a4dres- All order rewlve careful attention. --- --, -- - .- i disqualifications and restrictions impoeed, upon and that the annual yield is about hoi are nfficiantly ttartliaa !
Dft& official
,oftb.H.e't1i3i Bt.1ie Jsloi&4ii8gnsted* "1PU1t. tit'II1 the .llte pa-Hto 1'I alq: "l O. C. .t'IU Inuulrif* Printed Mail an.wered Lists of Newspaper promptly. for*al*. the law rebels in the same tnejunro M their million of oranges, which probably net the proprietor :in that e :from-Apra .1l
LeSION.M 4m.nta relating the said Circuit 2t2l __ ___ 207 state street eJ'a I Spectnl Complete LUU prepared for Customers. i spirit of loyalty will direct and also may be one cent each, or. five thousand dollars .;more than a thousand tons of

COQYIO1o.ay III 1.CoaftIi&48esencbJ4h1d Advertisements Written and Notice wtcurvtl. JOB PRINTING consistent with tho safety of the loyal people.RtsoltcJ per annum clear of all expenses, and the profits ''rents, peaches,cherries .=.
tbsi&iauI1rs4byl.wt. of"' 0II0 Order for Biuineet Men e p clally oucited.JulyUWtf .They also =
bepa erperIsi. UKNITUKE. That we recognize the right princK would probably be doubled if Mosquito Lagoon nupprtadnearlr C4aa

.sad ell JI.cba of Sbet4e. V o. F pies laid down in immortal. Declaration ol [ powesfltxl facilities for transportation eqaal to :. 100,000 lemons, more) than 1:$ .:

.Is say eeiy withIn aid III abetI. (fl.' EVERY nESCBirrjON IXJNK: AT I ndependence aa the trun foundation of Democratic those possessed by St Johns River With \its, QQQpina .O ot;" ..o.a.il .

Uhhfl.ITor4.ee4thMtbI.IlotM.be cJ 1 I To .nive, by scbcwr Alpnn larue awortment of 40 and hail with steamers.Swootoranscsaralbelicvegrownintheopen. plantain*, tnd ISo.OOfttrotHi
Ae 4er JIoek crf tc11heet' Cls'a.' Parlor>nd JotjAfe Settt Uediluadx Ohair Mid Table. government, we gladness (numerous .ceeesnts. Tk. *

# a ths ns wttv.MnaUea ef M4uditol Qtree)&. at the fc41 Boad pcpflt; Jtnildjaf.I i The Union Job Office. I every effort toward making those principles a I I il .

" Jour W. HUCE I living reality on rrery inch of American soiL. r.frm."f&rI1. u ._ about ala, '.
4'l tI J41,ft1a IdWol areak fJC&te Ipplj at the loft-Hone -; .

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ft VI JWEDrTESE S1ATr.: .ACflfttL1 un.ti. i io:,*. Tho Ito wcio casting about for aonjctbing eUb to circulate St. Johns county_lat, Monday..after 4lh Mor- | a lasting; peat Ojj-ffilh all 5U countlcts blessings.A $ Cicncrml*? Kcvr D th stTcl 1ffg

iit lit gt quiit It ily incftingof this lucMy w.t8 held lo and behold the Democratic Central day in October. Very truly, your friend, Blind 'tn ia i,
Nassau cunty--idithiumlilav alter Hh Monday : 3f % W. S. KosMKA.NS. in Ciuueinmu'.i. $*u ,& SI 5-nTYUY.fl.: : ,.
in tuinc\{ on the 2d of this month. .1'rom 0rapt.3ru ten w
one .
Committee of Charleston, 8; C., comes out in an iu October. ,* ; Ji.Ntiui. H. E3LEWhitt, Sulphur Springs little Inquiry to nr. confinM to thw kbber bitt
.rAc1Gor'TvTIjI4. of tho Icarn that The $pish govai nn t expects i m3var4 Kur >p !iyear's flew coltim. .
tklegMte$ -svo thorftttcndancewaa address to the colored population which answers Duval county-3d Monday aftef-Hh'Monday in -\Vest'birginia' jrf > fV. Th receipt to-Oiy mount to?057* -baLe.j.
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4 very gooJ, and the eoasion.1"prolonged the bettor than anything Republican Octolior, : Nk* YUIK. .
purpose a Svft -Fi.xA9Ciif.-KoB.
>A.-V "S5EI>XO, ] 8'3 3 address .. \VJLITE' SCIJ'ntn Svitis, \ V v., ? ? Th cvtloa vrop I t tiun Itd at ,:,iuh "*t ol.l Armor
Iho tntiio t 1H'.
through day TIo.regim1Ix could ""Thu ls' )lh Judicial Circuit-Spring Term.SumUr ixrent; etanM
document will
-I prepare; precious ; 1SGS. J JT '
: f :August 2rt, 000 bles'liii clerlinjr'inlet at 109!, ; vvermmntaatiy5 sM
by Mr. Ailanis, of DnvaJ, was libtenrd to with circulated the of 1st in Maich.. S. lucre !Iad hou loutir ivtch'b st-kj Iowr.Col .
Ko notice xviirbc taken ofannoymustomniunicationn. as extensively as speeches counly- Monday ( r.Nrn.i. ; the ) Virginia and Tonnessvu Kailto.td hits jip-Dudl anI st1e

The name and 'idrsiftie) wiit r a.srtistive inti'ivbt. JuJge Dupont, the Picsidont Toomhs, Hampton, Forrest & Co. have been, Putnam county-2d Monday in March. \' letter of this date, and in ajcorilane-o \\ ithjour been MM/,.>d by the ottrnmcnl.I'lincu -">;,<:. a lowry; &

of good faith. iisual Marion county--3d Monday in March.Alachua suggestion, I have consulted with a nuiii- } t.ei--DuihI; usuigrS.ne $tst ; .
must Iffi given as a guaranty waAjjis uarucbi and active. Jlissrs.Vnod th Gi- g
and will largely increase the vote for Grant and after Hh Monday in licsu :Ndpoki-n; is \j41t I tug some ol t- \ & 13lOtXchoiceKJG)4Q. '
-1st Monday from the South &
county her of gentlemen ,
W cannot undertake to return or pn ii ye '
\ and h'-atcr of (I.ijbdcu cxhibiUl -
county, tHan cities itt his \ iIl lit. T'KAI' --Wiwat, insshad.iryn.m
ommunications which arc notULYSSESS. u1. Colfax. It is lobe IIOJMX that the nnreconstructed in March. judgment I have confided, and who are well ac- lowr ewdalL .. ,

-i- -.- --=------- eoinn innuitnoth fpc\imens of peas and Southern Democrats will not grow faint Levy counly -I'd Mor.d.iy: after Hit Monday inMarch. ijuainted[ with the public sentiments their respective St. IKJUIS ln-i a linr, tchpaph-ip\-t t .A\bo i W514a5yItiuuvy;f> ;suer inborn fl* SSe.flnI4 ,

Slft20iASioral j.tIs *of _homo made in well-doing, but continue in the good work I Stales. Thf>y have kindly consented is totally deaf. 1MiIrIsIus4.-Meuloorkqitlat aunt active 4csni boiled. ;; a.w*,* $;
vr ;
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wiiio. also cigais. These gentlemen pave some faff Term. to unite with mo in replying to your communication ,
until about the 1st of November next when
GRANT. and their names will ho fouud with my piession of: Am. sympathy!: for the .Cr 'lau>- *?*
information rcfvrJncc ,
valuable to the cultivation Slimier 3d in October.) ; JA'rl'i1Ll1i
shall nveivo th.-ir reward from and county--- Monday this
they a loyal o-jin appended to this t-x- ( aA---IATW _-
tiM er.g& ;
of fruit and the results of Putnam counly Hh Monday in (October. Horace Groclcy pnrchasod .O'M ;v t
Uicir successful exIMTicuco candid I4kP0-MetS
For:Ykce .Prrdri !, grateful people. plana.ion, wo proceed to give y >u a
garden farm at ILtmdin, Connecticut, "I
in the makingof wine. Col. "White presented Marion county-1st Monday after llh Mondayin statement iif what we believo to \Is' the sontinifiit 13) o; demur sWcii, 17 -
SCHU3TLER COLFAX. Thrt oldest employe' of the Tioasury Department October. of the Southern lCPhi. ill megan t<> the A brother of 1'atti'n is now a. violin pi ivrr in Wssiity-7Kw, F-V j$

Mimplcs; of mail, wJiichJio has itcently is confined to his room by ron m of sick Alachua county-3d Monday alter Hh Monday which icfer. a New hJeai'M Jce-trcam Halo >ii. N nw 84teinter. '
-- ; : snivel to you ln7), Vw York u.iit ,
fc : jC
u p1emffl
discovered his
Tho recent announcement iu ono ol on plantation ; it nppeaifd very ness for the first lime fur moro than fifty jears.Charlui in October. Whatever opirripu. may have pie\'ailed in the The I'.tiw I'ITSKH jealotw uf the gw'-rtl wilt Cnii'n Mifl2.s.s3 biiIi pM, 14i

pure, the l>ed is nlmoRt inexhauMil>l >. Vincent is particularly interesting as I .e\ v county--I..t Moml.iy after I Hh t Mor.d.iy: iuNovember. past in rigard 0 African slavery, or the li ight which exists l.i-t.ucn Iho Unif l State* and 14110$. ; tsedpt i

the BrooTjl Ti papers that leading Nc\r OddsJcn county is "idc aaknfin theaul>jcct ono of the connecting links between the past and of a State to seielo from the Union, we believe Russia.; S Sr-Stotk.ii1 11)0) PInIIbeiI0.of Qb. Ia fint tunJ- ,abougo .

York firms liad con'-urrcil iu declining of Hgriculluriil improvement, anti.i heir monthly Gilt( Jtnlii-titl Circuit-fyntit'lrni.\ wo express the a.tnobt unanimous judgment of Kight tho-.ixind building to u--l 5l2." '0fOaio ) 1LCta-lt4y ;, $UPIIdflC $7 O07 3 ; -
the present. He was born in Maryland ; entercil the Southern people when wo deviate that they iOtl9 .O ; choice, $11 5O14 so.Iati .
to forward gooils lo Soullicrii business mouiings incrcaFO in interest an-1 allcndAiue. while in 1 llornindi 1 : > county lit Monday: in Maich.Hillshiiruugh decided in com'so of erection at Chkng" ( CurnPt4yt 7tII U :
busings Lose
that by
: Georgetown consider t questions were
young ; I I in April. J.AX Finn itt i 30.
counly-lt it Momlay Mason N. II.) daily 5l) bujiels ul -
( cxpoits
:i men on credit, till tho politi.al atiuosplicro Now sul'jects aio proposed in :aditnro aid difl-! ftild about lh% time the Government was movwl Polk'county-3d Monday in April. the war, and tkat it is their intention, ia good blueberries, on whirh lh, first bu>crs maJ oprolit n 3 1 AT-WMU-rn |3K33fi. ,
VUSbitlt follows, eliciting tho *esmJs/ cfuiitus faith, to abide l.) that decision. At the close of 1anvi4mna-U4'hIa pork, >II *>; bacon ZnU'lcr
was a little more clear, luu excited from Philadi-lphia to this city, and i-ntcriup: Manatee county llh Monday in April. the Southern laid down their of ?("> !I. % 13J,81lc; clear riA ISe ; lant
observations and cxxncnco.Tho :Montof 2d I in Maj. the war people kit, Sic.
county- Monday
wide and bitter-comment f 10111 the Treasury Di-partment at that time a.s a LI illS and SJiigH to icanmo their former relations Chili has sent eight huudiod! upitimciis of its
very nnnual meeting of the IStatv* s.H-ii'ty will Fall; Term.lleinaiulo f.iuna to to oxchatigo with the* vtinments liAl.tllllitI., l't. 5. -
eloik, ho has occupied the lame position in the with the Ifnifed States government. ; : Kuropo, g oIl.49moukLd COUIJIti, $'iQ53 ; $onth
the Southern press. In hi Id in IVtiuber, aticew T abol- of that continent. t.i.L
Since of than 1 1 < oiint2d Monday\ ill (Oclobir.llillsboKiiigh Through thir State conventions they i
Depaitment ever -a porioit inure S
: It turns out that the announcement I county--:3d :Momlay i in I OetoKr.Polk ) tidied slavery aid annulled their ordinances of The Norwegian girls, in linuesoti, ate leaving ( oox Vi-rj dull ,nt 23'j'c. -- < >

Ilootc.Kvridi sixty-four years. Ho has shaken harul.s with county-'"d Monday l after "id Monday inOctober. ( ( cession, and tluy returned to their peaceful household emt'loymiiit U engage in hurvi>bt- ( 5?. L.ir i .i4pL -soI-.5tea4j iilperfhie, tWm. so
unwarranted and that icl_ ; 7&
was altogether its Qiitiatr, Kail, Pro
I no such common understanding, in real- A Jfan'Hil of Kiliitte Iitfori.tHtloH, f'ttuvrnutg the Andrew Johnson. His faculties remain unimpaired Manatee county-3-1 Monday: after .''A l Mmiday utica u-dtr the Constitution of the United fields.A ik.T-tirm at fl 2 ,

in the manner btated entertained Rft-ourcft ifllt ktuit awl 2/hlaffiiimtn, which and ho is an encyclopedia of all that in Oelobcr.Monroe) Status which fli"V had sworn to support. If night hlwiiiiiis cutui, with twitity-four WlLiIlxt.To5, Sept.NaiaI Sto.i
ity, was, county-3d Moml.i\ XoMmUr.ItIt their action iathcso particulars had been mettatpiiitof in full blo-jin in tho of Tro- lentine4tuliwIthuoebnge j roinVj. qu.et;
it tjftrt, 1n fitMnifftentf, iritfi tr IHIC TmnuJiijt Map, pertains to this (Government from its t.rhi'sl l blossoms w.is yard .,; :*); tarileehinedto e.: z v
by any concert of business men. Jidlicinf Circ'til Xnfhiii Tirin.) iii iankness and coidiality, wo bc- fester Twining, at New I HHMII, the othvr! even
S rol Glj/j>. J'iMMrd ly 1.. }'. Dncnj) ,5 Co., foundation. hero tliiit ere this old irritations would have Cuiamui.aiirox, Si-pt. 3-Cottoir-Ilt; lMaliMm1;
and the ing. dhiu IkOnhlnal at ie ; revvipta, I bale.
Still the announcement responses ;
J"f saitiilli, J 1'iri'lt'. 1 cannot close this letter without railing: the I Dado county 1 1st Monday in April.Iniard !. vib.icd away, unit! the wounds inllicted l by the 1'hiladclphid is to h.ivo a second silk factory, wiae, 3l1 bale

elicited, are not entirely without Tliia pamphlet! the forllmoniing of which \\e attention of Republican Committees, I Leagues, ; <'ounty--2d Momlay in Apitl.Volu.sia war would in great measure have been lieald. where dress goods and pcihapo velvet* will tie MOBILE Hrj.t. a.Corf.Xarket qukMlc, *
county-3d Monday in Apiil.Oiaiigo 1. Aa far as we are advised, thin people of the 1n1es; nii-Wlmg.nhc; receipt, 81m .,; npwt 31ActrT.
- instruction to those who wish to be cn- have Lien looking for, for Home tirno, lias mado Clubs and individuals to (he important f.ict that ) countHh Monday in April. Nmth cnlcitnKi no unfriendly fueling toward made. The propriet-jis are from Lyons and aruoldiiands t'aIeu. '

lightened. its aj'p.LraIau, and the puLlishcrs Lave placed they can purchase, at the cost of paper and Full 'I'I/l. thu., government of the ITuiUid Static, but they at the busincw. %,Sept. i.-C u s-MarketHat: MM tj.ht
bales ; mUJling,Domlaal !
that their rights under the Coualiluioii Dwellers on flitter Creek, on the Union Pacific 73'ci teccipU, s bats,
not destitute a copy on our tahlo which wo noliceil bi icily in woik, the largest assortment uf pamphlet cm plain MI ST If Southern, entirely press >MET Sept. Th
men aru Jl.ulu) county-l I"icu fr>r the Ur wick of the
of common sense, they must know our he.t t. From a moro careful examination of that has ever boon printed for campaign purposes I'ruvtud 1; countyd! Monday in Octt'Kr.Volussia ( Lion thereof. distance of thirty "r forty miles.A fxaaon,1U Met.

the werk, wo l elicvo it to bo just what every fiom the Union I Republican Congressional tounly :>d Monda> inOniny October. The idea that the Southern people are hostile spiritual communication from D.initl

that their own repeated representations settler and t\ciy; one contemplating selllcmenlin Committee, whose headtpunrtcrfi are, of com ( ) county- I llh .Monday in II., tim negroes, and would oppiess them if it Webster'Roger Williams, Benjamin Franklin SPECIAL NOTICE. .

of Southern desolation, poverty and Florida noods. After giving a sketch of the in this city. Ihis Cointnitteo, composed of a w no in thir power to do bo, is cntireyl tinoumled. vVc Co., directs the cstablithment of 1i new y \: -

ruin, as well as the reports of thousands II fctorj- and (Joography of the Stale, and glancing ]Republican Senator and Ropicbentativo from i.tt I I:I Hf (.iia. ItI)5t'ViHui lo (*t'-ii. Ij-f. They have grown up in our midst, ernm ;nt of spiiitualists at Chicago.A ITotice to Fanners a&Oaz '-
and liavo hccii accustomed from our childhood -

r who have visited the 8outh, all combluod it the condition of society, it takes up the each State, has d. no more, pel haps, for t lie A ItlllfM1 I' AUriiH..KlK"<; AM u> ".i'MN11 wo to look upon them with kindness. The 1700 farmer acres devoted in the State to,wheat of Minnesota, will, .it ,i is who sUti-d has, val A County X adjourn will be meeting held al of the the offle firmer of LF.Club.I>,nrey of bit.A

with the personal knowledge of bubjeel of climate. Ample statistics ate given to paily and f in toward llum. ,
wrought no change our feeling
leading Northern merchants, must have lrovo that the climate of Florida is mole salubrious done by any similarly coiibtitutfd body of men. They still constitute the important part of our sent harvests.Mr. in-ttt'-n arc iiirrttil tiS attend.I .

. given to the business men, and indeed I lhati that of any other State of the Union. It was originally formed, I believe, soino three Ni.w; YOLK, SejiUmhcr 1.-Tho Idlowinjjletlirs laboring population. Without their labor the Packard, ot Packard's Monthly, i is. a slim - )-..C.- -RODMAN'. S __ i Cba1r1IaL

Somo valuable meteorological tables. ner beforepublished ago, for the of forwarding thu interests have just 1'ier; tiKido juililie : hinds ot the South would bo comparatively uniruductivu. daik-complcxioucd gentleman, originally from Union National.
years purpose Republican Comnilttee
to all intelligent men at the North, a Cincinnati shrewd, wide-awake, intelligent ,
WHIM Si ScituNosV.. V\ Without the employment which
rno gi\ing a ice rd of i: unit u ,
twenty of the Southern States, by supplying the of Ohio.
accurate and adequate idea of the August HO, I ISliS.(; Southern agriculture affords they would bo destitute son The llvudqiurtcra of the CommliUw 'art now open
very years c.Lt.erations of thermometer at Jacksonville loyal whiles and manumitted slaves with reading (.JiNr.itVI.: : Full of solicitude for time future oi the means of subsistence, and l ec.oinoKiti lu a recent thunder storm in England, a soldier at the FiltaATdntre Hotel* kiev York city, where alt

actual condition of the whole Southern add to the woik. matter that would enlighten them, by &t nd- of our eounlry, I come with my heat; I. itt myhiind I' 'l'], ers, pendent upon public bounty. it is reported, was struck by lightning and LuMm-following s cuauDunk-ativiu u a list of should the officers bo
. A cartful classification oftho difFerent varieties ing loclureis among them, and by instructing to hvirn I tho evndition, wihhes1 :ind! intuitions If-interesl, even if there wtio no higher mado blind, and a woman who bad been stone the Committee :

country. of soil is of the i lf.Plc of the Southern iSlaUhij.'O[ nolivct), would therefore prouipt the whites of blind for eight years was as suddenly restored WILLIAM CLAJTLIX, ChairmWM. .Boston,
under that article. Short
giion thorn in the art of organising thunsclvts forpolitical 1C.
Now why cannot jsciibiblo men, engaged cially lo usccrtain limo sentiments of tha; hody he South to extend to the negroes care and proection. to sight CHANDLER, Secret'Washington' ,DVCt'enlrut *
are given of all (the principal lield Crops, a':tion. Another useful labor pciformed ariul who The fact that the two EeccuHcc CVmiMttfar.
of brave, energetic, andsulf-sai'rilicin mel important races Tho now w o' actual business the Southern
I in in fruits ;ind Vf-jotaliles cultivalcJ in l'lorjdi.1aiiy b}' this Committee has 1 boon that of keeping after Miotainin the confederacy for tour ) ears, arc, undi existing circumstances, nect. sary to around the cotnt house in Uoston, ia composed lx illijut luiifii Uin Ci.ittin, Venaont, Boston; William, Maaj.It.; T.JCcmMe W. ftrlf,3913, N Qms k -,.

States, fairly appreciate the absurdity valuable hints as lo the piopcr lime lo up an extensive cont-spondcnco with li,yal nu-n l.iid down their arms and swore allegi.irn- each! other, is gradually Incoming apparent tooth simply of wooden blocks laid on sleepers, both xtntrt, rbiloilelphU ; Horace Oreul,y, New Trrt; JUII.

m and the method of the (Joveinmeiit of the United States, s hose > and wo l believe, but for iniluences exert- being treated with carbolic acid to priacrte the SUrkvcathcr, Norwich, Connecticut I B. B- Cowvn "'
cultivation will lie
uf tho present attitude into which they plant, ) all over tho South. 1'y this means, the e\net "
, trusted and beloved leader you havo bi-c-n. oil to stir up tIme paosioiis of the negroes, the re- wood from rot. Over th 3 top is to bo spread an Uc'lliiire.Ohio i Marsh ClKlJlngs, K&lamSEUOMIub.

. have been forced by the machinations found altered through the article on produc- condition of affairs in time South has always I sec that intcri-icling ".Statolights" In eon- alions of tho two races would soon adjitbthcmsclvrs inch of looso gra\el.Napoleon's Wfr Xjctcutire baiii1kc.IteahIi1uarterp .

lionji. Tho culture of the mig.ir-canc; and the been known to Congress, through the agency of filet with national unity has produced a violent on a basis of kindness and advanagc. Cbkajo.J. S
him Usl
stable leas
of a set of political pretenders who, as- cost year no .
. urang4 are treated at some length. The block, the Committee. To the Union reaction ag.iinst . j Congief-sional than lSO0.Vliut( ) he was president in ISIS rennes, utliuui ; IV 1mTayIor,(hmaba.
to be leaders and the w-ud consolidation and that It is true that tIme the South
smIling only genuine ; also M> great :a peoplcof together -
tubing, lumber and lurpcnline interests, all reecho Committee, more than to nil other sources combined his whole salary was but 6100,000. The increase .evOerit ZzecwLire Cou.milke.Uriilpiarters .
p country as ouis even now is-Ccitainly in to be, with the people of the North and West, are,
and of his nditurc is looked evidence
exponents of Southern views attention. havo, the PeoPle of the north always been must have State governments to attend to louJ fur obvious leasons, opposed to any system of cxpf upon aa Atlanta,OalM. -'

. wishes, and being often as lacking in The tititle hcade-d (Jencral Information, contains indebted, for the past tinoo jcaiR, fur accurate detail?, or go f.itthcr and fire wors aws which would plaen the political power of rule. of iiicrcavd prosperity under imperial CaMwrll. II. Boulh, LuUcange worth, New, Oa.Orleans; B,y.,nice txxiUaaa, Uttl;Rock John.II. /.

fund of mailer to the of internal It i.s plain lo us at the We-st and the North he country in the hands of the negro race. Ark. -
personal responsibility as they arc in a as means knowledge c.f the condition of things in t he- Madeir.i wine has a vei\ curious prop.ity of -
that Iho continuance of hcmi-anarchy, such ashas Jut the opposition springs from no feeling of I'acijie Jiftciitiet Uonmtthc*.

.: political forethought, arc of roirra, utterly communication, price and cost of clearing Southern States. Senators Conness ;tuil'Cuiauil- exuitcd for the List thicc'cars in ten Sties; ( enmity, but from a deep-seated com iction that thousand expansion.casks Fur have many been jtars mado past annually only, and one Ilca'J
laudsexpense of buildings, wages of labor, rxpciifct Icr and Reprc&entalix e.s S(.'henck, Kelley, Logan' of our I I'n i inn, largely increases than danger ofeonecnliatit'ii o.t piewnt the negroes have neither the inlelli- than two hundred thousand ca-ks Gtut .j i Oonoan, Bon 1'ranciaco, Califunua; Chai.
reckless and desperate.By yet more are
of living i-c., which \\i\\\\ l-o invaluable t, Droomall and Ames c-ii.stitute the KxceulivcCommillcf swells our national fx|;< nditiics, go ice nor the ipiiliication.s; ( which are necessary M>ld in the same time.explorations. E-bi.Lou Virginia City,JTevaia : *
them the South is diminiblna jnoduetion-j mid inspires to make them depositaries of political
represented as our our levenik1, jiower.
the new comer. of which > ha\e led the MASONlC NOTICK.
Retent to
di>ub'8 of onr political and linanci.U; fctabilily t ['hey wouM inevitably bef-omo the victims of dioum.ryth.xt
xunk in desolation, poverty and ruin ; Anew and accurate township map of the and I Hon. Thomas 1 L. Tullni-k, formrlySOCK dci'rcciatc.s iho aloe of our ii it tbl.tl lemagfigtii-, who, fur selfish} purposes, would the asphaltum deposits of Switzerland are TUB regular meetings of Zerubbalxl ClxpUr. .iK '

without means, without reliable labor, state, pi- pared especially for the publishers, by 'tary of Stale in Xcw ILiiiipliito, i.s lime S richest IK low that of tIme mti i'iml in The[ want of the South is The l osed. Already foil ty thousand tons annually mouth. .
3Ictsis. ColUm & Ct>. of New York is bound Mr. Tullook is Iho.u ti\e 1'c."r't gietit peace. -
and almost without hope, on the one lelary. woiking ipaitg- are produced and sold and the pn-ctti-t is of a CHARLES F. DALT,Jtf. B. H.P. -
t# Chrihtcndcim.We de.-iro and the rctorati"ii !
ie ipU: I ui neatly tianiiiility| L. HLUtWKR, Hoc. j i7 tf
up with -.ach copy' and is alone worth the price er of the wholo; afl.iir lie "inn.s hue machine." inctc.'iae. sy
hand ; and on the other, she recalls the know that our curicucv must 1 btd'-piei i.i-; ol ih'' I 1'iiion. They deprecate disorder large

old dictatorial habit that was peculiar ot the pamphlet. In shoit, the work is just In tlm M-ltiJinii I of the campaign documents to ted so long as our bondt) are below par, and that ind exeit 'meat ;as tile most serious obstacle toiheir English liberals are warned l-i look carefully -

what it purports lo be, a inanu: l of icliablo in- which 1 haui: n.fi-rrc'1, Mime fifty iu number, as therefore tho vait business and cumim.rcu of our pioMXTlty.They at the record and principles ot their candidates

: to her "before the war," tt-ars her hair, fyi nittjoIl; aliout Florida. much judgment hw been ilinpl.iyod in the country must Mi.Tcr lie It ruble evil of a thuo't tuatintr usk a restoration of their liglits under for Parliament. It is room than hinted that

:n standard of value, until wo can rimedv he Constitution. They desire relief from oprisMVo Mr. Disraeli counts upon the foiination of a

rolls her eyes terribly, and by the old general management of the business. Apart the evil coiiditioii of things at the South. We I' misrule. Al,o\o all, they would apical third party in the Ilouye, v.ith wlio> a5.tst/\nce Justices of the Peace.AM. .

time awful oaths swears : That unless ])L.VIH 01 "Mf- M.\s )X. Tho Savannah pa- from Ihoir special value :it. this juiutini1, they also see other mischief quite possible if not l>ro- to thur countrymen for the ic-cstablisli- ho hopes to keep olfice.

the result of the election is such aa to pcms announce the death of am'lV.. Mason ;are icplcle with valuable btalistical anti nthe-r bablo to au'ise-suciu as from a f.iiluto of i ropts, uncut ilL the Southern States of that which has Large works hare recently! been rtCteU for KIXDS.and County lF LLANKS: OBkvr usciIbyJuiLeeiofthe.for naJe at the
a local iiiKiirrertion, and many other unforrsicnconlingencifiS justly bf-n legarded as the birthright of every LOEIUA ujriox vmas. ,
and the manufaeturo of ihruui.itt'of iii'ii, which is
information should bo
ii" in in
late editor of thf-Vdfs & lliroltl of that
suit her notions and her city which .thl;
approve peculiar may more depreciate American, the right of self-government. KslaLlish found :abundmtU in M.tnl.ind! and Penn
His health failing him, ho was obliged to relin- without them Tho prices of those documents our cieilit and! eurrcnry, piovoke dincoriti-nt and thcsii on a firm basis, and wo can eafcly very Constitution '
riewB she will "take Ity tho bullet sylvania. Mixed with s'ti'i 1 if t'-tms almust'lhehardest )AM I'll LET copies of the of the State
guiiht hu eonnf<'tion with that paper, and retired range from ?" to 1 12 per thousand: copits. Clubs di.n-der among our people, and bring demagogical premise on behalf of the Southern ieoplo that siibbtanct: kuiAn, and i.s ruining into r.11 <>f i'lori'la, for bale l llii*office, fifty cent*per copy; *

what fche cannot obtain by the ballot; agitation, revolution, repudiation, and a hey will faithfully; obey time Constitution and
to his homo in South Tamworth, X. II., and individuals should send fur a descriptive cir general uvj for tho niiiiiuf.iutnie of safe
thousand unnamed evils ;and villanics ii-"ii| us. ,.iws of tho I United StaUs, t treat the negro with -
he will raise the 'lost cause ; bho will whero Lc di-"d] on the 20th' ult. He was buried cular from which} to mike a selec t ion. Thow We know that the intt'nsts of the people of thin Ivindnosti and humanity and fulfil every duty I It is thought that fifteen thousand a.rv.of FLORIDA !

trample upon the ivcoiibtriKtM governments with nuuiouic honors. Mr. Mason was known who are willing t to trust to the discretion of Mr.Tulloek South are for law and order, and t thai they ineurnbetit on j'tai'efuul citi/.cns loyal to the Constitution land have teen> broken up in St. Croix county, ITS

and brush \M his fiknds as a kiud-hearled, generous man, and who have a proper appreciation of must share: our fate for good and ill.I of thiir countn.'o \ViaConsin, this year. Thi new breaking with
things juuerally.If 1chievcevery one I know who ntWts beliuies \\ believe the above contains a succinct reply a fair season next 3 ear, will add from three CLIMATE, $OIL, PRODUCTIONS, &c.
and his death will iPO moiirnnl by a lam circle the value of lime between now and Xovcrnbor,
hundred thousand five hundred thousand
it were possible to "toeu ourselves -that if the people of the Southern Stat 's to the general topics embraced in your letter to

Southern ol t fii'.ndi,. had blter send a rash order at once to Hon. T. could bo at peace, and their energy and g'xdwill ; and woenturo t/j say, on behalf of the bushel* to the wheat crop.Tho Manual

as others see us, any T an L. 'I'Ilhhubk, Secretary Union Congrcsiion.-il hrartily applied lo upair the wasttKoi i war, Southern ptoplo and of the ofliccrs and soldiers remains of an enorinoun animal have just S

who could take an unbiassed and unprejudiced Wiio \\ii.i.iAKi: ixr A gonthmun of this Committee, Washiugtou, D.) C., who will fill it n )rgaui/<- their business, set tin Jieedmenpeart hf the l.vlu eonfederato army, that they will con been exhumed in South Australia. Seine Jidea of reliable information concerning the EcsotifCE.S '

city, who used to wear the liluo and fought losio fully, prosperously, and contentedly at cur in all the sentimuits whit we have xAppiei of its magnitude may bo gained by stating tim or THE STATE, and the indacetnerts which
view of the actual with reference l'> prices and to the fir
present the Union, authorizes ua to say that ho It locality xvoik, inviic capital, enlerjiris.and 1 ibor iromelwl i1iessell. fact that its t=cth measure two and a half inches it offers to

4 attitude of business men South, .who willing to bu.k his judgment as lo the result oltherichidfuti.il which h t the puLl it-.tt!iiflS are ordfreil. bre lo come freely ammignl them, they i.iliug the patriotic motives which havo in diameter at the point where they enter IMMIGRANTS

, dabble all in would bo either election. Ho will wager ?"00) A. F. I'OMJ would rebuild their ruined fuiluniH, multiply prompted your letter, and reciprocating your cx- the jaw, and that they are imbedded five inches ,

.. at politics, that Seymour will carry New Yoik JStale by maniiold the value of their lands, estal'lihi public iitssions[ ot kind regard, we have tho honor to be, in the jaw. : with aIS"ew

hugely amused or decidedly uatuuifjlitd, :,oouo, uiajoiity and JOOO more that ho will be Tt-rini of C'ouit, confidence in our political .stability, biingour Very respectfully and truly, It is staled th.it over fifteen thousand sacks Township Map.
the next j'rcident. II this proposition is too ( 'ovei'nment bonds to pieuiium, our cut rinrv
at the impressions created by such view A-j 1-UtlVU.fD IV THK LAST I.hGIsI.A n 111.ht K. K.; LI.F:, Va. of wheat arc on the Mississippi banks, near Sent by mail on receipt of 50 ''cents Also for
ftioiig 1r Radical stomachs, h will bet ?-jOO lo a gold itandaid, and a Miin, lor thi'inselves
(!. T. liKAVuibhi:!*, La. Keokuk, waiting for high water for transportation sale at the Bookstore oif O.-'Drew and at the
I BecaUiag the four years oi' strife, the that no supporter of Granl'scan name *>States Judicial Ci1c'ui1-Sprinf/. and the whole nati-m a most happy and prosperous rx.tNniiL: II. Srr.riir.x.v, (>A. down and \ve learn from a Chicago paper office of the Publishers.

blood-shed, the mourning of friends, the ouU-idc of the Southern Slates, thai their candidate Eticambia coutily-Ibt Monday in A 1iri I. luturo. ALKXM'i.ull.: II. SICAUI \'a. that one hundred and fifty cars would not sup L. F. DEWElJt CO., *
will i-arrj. Here is a chance for believers Santa Roba county.-3d Monday in April. Seeing this, and how all just iuterc.sU coucui C. 31. CONJIAD, La. ply the daily demands of the Uurlington ant! Florid .
destruction, of tho utter btop- in (Uranl'a "\Vho them has the in the woik, I ask the olliccis and soldiers wh' sept 9tf JACTUOXTTU.I!, *
property, mccess. among Walton county-4th t Monday in April. LIN TON SiLniKNN, ( Ja. Missouri Road. There never was such a trade ____ -- ,

of legitimate trade, the ruin of nerve lo respond i- Holmes CUflty-lst Monday after ills Monday fought for the 1.Jnion-evvrv thinking man of! A. T. CAJ-I.KTOX. Va. in wheat. It is rushing in like a mighty tor Oirur MA1UJ1IAI. OK THE t1TZD.tIU '.
bet will the Wett and Xoith askb it
The narao of the party proposing in great -why cannot
April.Washington JOHN Ecnoi, Va.F. rent. FOB TUB NORTHKM DlSTMCT Of 7&.oirsa., ,
homesteads, the universal prostration be given on application at this offic'c.-i'l'ruIiii. ccunty-2i1 Monday after 1th Iw done'r S. Sro h.i> \i.K;, 'Tf.x.i ST. Al OCSIISK, Fbu, Sept.4,liMS.

and of tho South remembering All the bets on the Presidential election of- Monday in April. AVe, are told by I hose who have contioll the IW.. 1'lfKl.Ns, S. C. M EOKOLUOICA. "
poverty ; Monition and Citation.
(;'ovcrnmi'iit for the last four that the ,

kred in tho last issue of the Horidiait will be Jackson county-3d Monday after 4lh Monday years people N\'M. J. KOIJINSON-, Va.Jos. .
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of the South will not do it that if
the devastating triumphant in April ; evil U. AxDtuviN.. J 14 k .>i5nLi.K, k-cp.S, is. In The Dittrizt Ontrt of Hut V. S,for Ac nortfiern Otttrtct -
covered by the undersigned. done at all it must be done by thy, him '
pie .
poor, florid
march of the Union armies across the 1'itU Term \\'M. F. TLKXJ u, W. V.t. Wt.itlicr j-tillij. with M>roe thuuJer hower.1.ive.it of -
J. X. JIl'SI'VNU.Tallah.is.w uneducated landless ticcdinau and t thy lew
) C. H. SI-KF.F. S. 0L' nt 7 A. M. 7!s. lli licbtSJ. ItDMIIALT.'e
, .
and tho final Ibt in Uctobcr. whiles who the and 21'. M. ;c. UU. .
entire Southern region, Sopt. 1808.Mitr county- Monday agaiiiht public opinion w.ntinient :. I'UMAINI, Va. '. i4 0 1 M. 73. s 80. The United States 1M. .
Santa Rosa -3d Monday in October. of the intelligent white people, are willing ,
: close of tho Ly the magnanimous [Ssiw'l. county JOHN LirriiiLK.. Mean tcmii-mture for the \ ek, S2.Thu ,LibeI ,
war 4th in October. to lead and make their bur Boat I for *
Walton county- Monday to attempt living [11.? C. ADAM- Jliss.WM. lt.iruim.Ur liu rau itl from 29.%'.) tU.tii. The Schoon MAIU *
1 liberality of Grant ; he would say Holmes county--1st Monday after 4th Monday off the ignorant, inexperienced colored people, .Amount of rain dm ins th wi-.k l.lco.MAUJXB Tackle, Apparel, Furniture and { Tio.aad Forfcitu*.
J. (Jur-Exc, N. C. c1ro: ;consisting cf Fire tons of J J *
October. motlv who must be nccilv advenlureib.
Wa Cone pomlclice.WASHINCION :n men 01 .
Uluslou frumumt .
Old Irou.
other earth LEWIS E. HAHVIE. V i.I' -
f "however uncertain thugs Wafchinglon counly-2d Monday after 1th without any of those attiibutcs on which rtli- to an Attacbment or Warrant of Amt aM ,
I). C. 1 186S. 11. DAXILLS Jr. Va.W. .
Sept. NEWS..IACKSONVILLE. under the teal of law, and torn directed ai
doubt in October. for good guidance or eminent be Monition *
; ly be it is certain beyond a Monday alice go\ can
may T. SlTHEULIN A'a.A. deflected I do notkw to all .
hereby give public p.soi s
suasion continues. 3d after Hh Wo told th.it this kind of
Tho pressure for a September Jackson county- Monday Monday pla-.ed. are government ad
and do aiuL-ote then
that the South has had enough of rebellion 1) J.u.Kf, La. special and general, guonUh >
bo continued at the South until six .1 bEPT.; y, iSt3.
The lion. S, F. doro, member of Con in October. must TofTVXT iJEAUKKtiAKH Texas. each of them clivimtog the aJoreaaid tjchdooer Mail ton*
i secession and ctrifo." or eight millions of intelligent, energetic whiti beats, tackle, apparel and cargo, or kaowia& it aTiB
gress from f>c orgia, writes that the legislature iW Judicial (Vj, yh3J.jflThrii. into it out of the 51. O. II. Nouiox, La. anything to say why the oame should mot tw ecadeaiiMait
Then and beeing the people) give or move touutry 1'. ILiu MX (Ja.H. ,. forfeited according to the prayer of aiM Libel ; ttet
looking again ,
of that Stale ia not likely to take any action Franklin county-let Monday in April. Now 1 think, the Union army thinks, and 'I1. :.I-fctr Li'iBaktr, }itgua1! SJ'alnLthiuth they Inr and appear before UK said Court, to be held at

,smoke and dust of war clearing away, which will] secure a fair election, Some twenty Calhoun county-2d Monday in April. jwoplc of time North and West 1 dare say believe 1tUSELL, Ua.SVMltL tn'rs lo K. DiliVlc.AcpJ the city of Jactsouvillc,Li,. and for the said nortbtndistn
3d in J. 1KJIGLA.VFli.; -Sir City 1'uinl, "Wilk-y, Charleston tu JtfSt .t of Florida, at elcvw o'clock Is the forenooe ec
Monday April. be
Liberty counly there there br
the labor of the farmer and mechanic or twenty-live members who are disqualified by must or ought to a JLUEMIVU MOtiON, Va. krI4& ho. MUM)ATtho 8JSVli>'rtt day p&r>JiCEJlMB.AU. -
Gadsden counly-4th Monday in April. shorter, surer way to get good government for -],3-Scbr Katie Uan-vr, Kclst-v. Key We.,t. Kprn.ntt 1MJ\ (thc'sasK? shall txi.dat orjdndicttM.otherwUeoa .
JOHN J5.! "
beginning to restore tho prosperity of the 13th amendment are holding on in the Wakulla county-Ibt Monday alter 4th Monday all at the South. IJALDWIX, Va. Uu etl JL Co. the next day ,of Jurisdiction tbereafttrj
in ( ;JlkJKC.K W. I5oU; .I.NU, V.l.TIILODORE ).et, liarketitiuu White CtuuJ, Freeman, Eos tor, then and there to a Uaim and make allejatwa*
the absence of any direct legislation by Congress April. Wo know that they who oiganue-d and sustained -
the wholo beholding Alsoj- Clark. .
region, 2d after 4th in ui.cuuv.l.. an declaring the amendment to bo in operation, and Leon county- Monday Monday the Southern confederacy for four years, JAMI'S Lyox-i Va. Sop 3--Str Darhugton I rock, Enterprise, John Clark. *AORVDZZ a
gradual restoration of civil governments, ApriL against gigantic cllbrts, ought to bo able to give "rVp 3-Kami Fi-ni, IVuJ Green Cove. Marahat of the United 8tate
are laboring to turn out the colored members Jefferson -llh Monday alter Hh M.on Add i odd : S -i' 5-Hohr li W OoJpi./, Hear, rlulat1clbla. J WHooU. fox the Northern District of YlortbU. -
county law order and to tho whol
protection <
republican character, and subject to peace W. S. KO.SLCIIAN.S ., .
: in which to succeed Hence Mr. in ? .
. they are likely day April. people ot the South. 5StrUattKM.itilU.lU U. ANDREWS
Jrq. John Cl.uk.
modification by legitimate and peaceful Gore urges the reassembling of Congress in Fall JJ m. They hare the interest and the power to employ Minister White to Sulphur Mexico, Spiings, W. V.t. Sop A.7 Son.Sti Schr. Kiantuiuo, LaiMtt, '.tC.lle. .T T iiltluit -_Acting i.:. a. District Atteniey. soptSl4.t

until shall be made to con protect, educate,and elevate tho poor fieod 4cIIiI.TRit
means they September.An
,e Franklin county- 1st Monday in October. men, and to restore themselves and our country : ,_ HOUSE AND IJOTA -

form to th. will of the majority of the effoit ia being made lo reduce thefcxpens- Calhoun county-2d Monday in October. lo all the blessings of which 1 have jut spoken Political Itnin.Magrudcr ). ;-Sir U.coe liaker, gwaMti.sra-ji, f.

ho would "surely now wt ea of collecting the customs, and to that end Liberty county-3d Monday iu October. Tho tpcation wo want answered is : "Are thf' is lecturing on his "lost causo" PiWe.S Sh _, ', FOR sAL-; :: ; .
people, say Gadsden -4lh Monday in October. 'i.3 h Str City I'oiutVi -, C7nrlcftou, JtStfji.V
4 special agents have been dispatched to different willing to do itY'I number two, the Mexican empiio which ho Uro.tci SMATuI. DWELLING, IXOrSK coBtotatoit rJ.
hall have peace and quiet, and pros makw and The Wakulla county-1st Monday after 4th Monday came down to lind out what the !people CL served alter tho rebel armies had suriendcrcd > 3-Str I'utwm. Uiish, CliailvxU-n, F Uilit.Ic.S \. rooms and a kitchen,in the eastern part eftke cite
points to investigation report. in October. the South think of this, and to ask } ou what 'l* UiisSStrout, SUuut, rhU.iilcii.liu, AUcu Tin place J4 well adapted to a email famlty and SeaM
perity will in time heal all thin gaping Secretary of the Treasury thinks the expenses Leon county -2d Mondny after 4th Monday in the officers and fcoldiers who veil in the Admiral 1'ortcr is an. avowed suppoiter of 1-arrar. i IK made one of the moat desirable places in this cwj 9f"u g
scu confederate "
Sep4-&hr MarIt liiuik', AVLiU. New Tvi'J, C jAiall xpeaUituro tt u atwat
wounds of war and strife. can bo reduced by at least ono million of dollars October. army and the leading people who bus General Grant, and says that no soldier can W llurjy & Co.uep .

What would such a man, a sensible per. annum. The expenses of the Now York Jefferson day in county October.-4lh. Monday after lIlt Mon tamed it think of those things.I consistently veto for Seymour.It Cilcbrirt 4-1'raneLsC A. ton. Siiutli, Bc-lut, JCcw Yok, J. T. 100 Yards from 'the Rlvetf '"'"

came to ask more ; I want to you, ii; whoso ; ia apparently regarded ctime in Sep 3-Str JanicB A '
Custom House have just been reduced 200,000 a1 a some t .lTi r.ivncrClun-U".lo 1
if ho had t rhe kit IH 101; fret sad s.vt'E'
Southern business man, say, 3rf Judicial Circuittyring Trrm. purity and patriotism I here cxprexs unqualifux quarters for an Irishman to bo a Republican. Scp 7 Un- Il.iniifJrnnt NI-T York. Vl'iWilc. lots which also aqaare.- 0
be Ally
i purchased.
reduction is can
gone North,: nd engaged in the wholesale per annum, and a still further con- Madison county-1st Monday in April. confidence, and no many good men as you cat Nevertheless there is a sufficient number them &1> W.i lclla Tone, WieU, New York, A Wi1131. settling in JackM>nvUh> can a.ovseeesrthei &

teuij'la'ed. The reduction already made exceed Hamilton -3d Monday in April. conveniently consult I, to t say what you think of in Chicago to form a good-sized Grant club. roiw 8bion given 3W days from Ml- Term* d h.i
trade ho to hear the revolutionary county For ( at tM office or W .
wcre it and also what willing to do nb ut tnrtUerpartcnl r apply
; 2 OOOO. ILls also in contemplation to reduce Suwannce county-4th Mor.day in April. it., you ale Governor Patton counts upon forty million J acksonvillc Markets. S L.-P. DzWEYik U- -

declarations of JDlair and the expense* in the several Departments of theCoveriimjunt Taylor county-1st Monday after 1th Monday J want H written esprewiionof views that can dollars worth of cotton and forty thousand democratic IDC8.Real Estate tf A1eat'J.4lcioiLh14FlutithiSepL5 -

threats of war and strife and blood-she 3 to the lowest possible point It is in April. be followed by a concurrence of aeliou. i wan majority in Alabama. Wohopo last JV/jxtrwf fur flit Union fry It'iV/ftim* tC f,,.

of his whole pack of yelping hounds ? well known that in nearly every department I
. He could but ask himself "what do there are olton twice as many clerks employed Columbia county-3d Monday after Mb Mem- you in that written expression aLe willing tf is understood that Mr. MtTherson* Clerk JACKSOXVU.I.K, SUl-rKMlU.U: : ... l.v H.Xorthfin *;* i 'in' v---
tho of tho South to chivalrous
pledge a iltthentATLANTA
a J aio ro'jukod to do thu work ; and indeed in day in April. people of the Hondo of Representatives, Unit oil States, Subsistence
these mean ?- "If they ate in earnest and magnanimous devotion to restoring peace is to write the biography of the late ThaddouaSlovens. Ciots
some of the Divisions, one-fourth of the present iii! Term.Madi.son and prosperity to our common country. 1 wan U'hit.', l'r bu. full. wei lil, *1 G* Ito is well for such GA September 1,1
besotted .pualilled a duty. Whit-,... & A ,
thrice to.boouce
they.must Jbo,, employees! could do all the-work.A. ei'iuunty-lst in october. to fairy that pledgo high above the level! of Miie.1 Western.... 1 i- (*t | >)? OEALED I'ROrOSALS
Monday ,
the lo the into oflieers and soldiers of Irick 1'omeroy's paper, the Xcw York I>emoerat Southern- lowMUl -' in irile are
ruin '
their polities
moro led away to own by Committee of the citizens of the new Territory Hamilton county-3d Monday in October. party ri.oi-n O til twelve o'clock M.on September 2lst, fU4'iAi
the Union and the people of the North calls attention to the fact that Mr 1'en- 51 the &
United !
deluded them before called the President Suwannce -4th Monday in October. army *. LouIs Faroily,...r" y la tea Subsistence DepartneatBeefr
that ('Wyoming, upon county dletoii not invited in that .
same party and West, and to iu>k thriu to consider it, anit was to speak city, Northern brnnUd... .. Ii' (iziSOt) -
, that .ruined and ..conquer yerterday to urge him to appoint interin officers Taylor county-1st Monday alter 4th Monday to take the nncoMiiry action, confident that i it cither coming to or going; from Maine, and Tcnncasue n ud Ouor u. U (<*1 s (to Fresh
and4o Jiopo, in October. it the New York World and its Kxtra; winter -
the will meet with so warm, so charges upon ..
for that 'rclTitor3Notwithstanding response geticrou ofagooil.m '
2d after 4th Mon .. ..... .> -
means or orgftn Lafayette county- Monday who did Supcifino .?
ed JBouth-withont arms, and confiding, that wo fehall boo in, its sunshine clique, not want Mr. IVndleton's financial -
offer vf the citizens to all the President in October. O.ers-Fall weights 031 lbo1inc.) 2fArKET.A11IJ 'QALI .
pay expenses day ;
theories bo forth that
wliat they the lainbow uf in our political sky, how to set in city. OooJVc prn. in 1
&1 >ccbnjplisK poaco <3 y .
] ;% declined to act until after the roassemblo- Columbia county-3d Monday alter llh Monday blnck with clouds and slorm. HAY.EiU'terfl- *

failed "to" achieve in the full pride of in October. impending This is the aduco nf time IVtersburg Index as ,...... .............ir uwt. fi ul proportioa of
At the last session Governor I know in
of Congress. a are n representative man levoreneo -
you to the proper treatment of Southern whitd Republicans 140 @ \ oe FOfl} .AND, HlNDilTAirr KXetk 3!
their former ,wealth and power. Jftheydo was nominated and confirmed ; but the Senate \fli JtuJicffil Circuit )rifi Trri/i. and regard for the !Union, the l'onstitntion : ', (.AItO- .. -
its action because and the welfare of the country, aud that Fine tliindar-l,. ;.,. a; o, ii ( *, Rluxntn. and IHneytttow lo>e"W1*?
what tbeyay then they subso'iueatly.rcc6nsidcrod] 1st in endorsed "Dig a grave for their putrid carcasses: BiCOSHhoul.kr- ,uch auaatitaw mua h bo nine
jibt mean ? Clay county- Monday April. what would would by may
you pay that flue of ten centuries iniuUt, 5O1 *
appropriation had boca raado to defray the so deep earthquakes (no quotatti.ni9. tutd ou uch days aa shall be tk',1miteui by ,
must"be Vtartaud taring mad, .to indu1ein.a no Bradford county-2d Monday in Apt ii.Bakercounty41h tenths of tho whole peoplo of tho South ; hut I would not disturb their cursed bones-and while 'I nmoki, (goo) bright>.... nM2ldiagotflctrf0i- -
-of officeri.* in should of all the Cumlicrla.rnt iluMIw, in salt,.,..;..-
expenses Monday April. liko to have the signatures
tirade of foolish and mcantheirfiincenty they live let; the children huddlo together.- and Ikltuii, *- I' ..... 9Ititibeti S TERM Ot SLL.iO2trUt3,. -.
Johns 1st after -1th .Mon hero who in ;
Tho unrfCoristrucfcil Democrats of the South St$< county- Monday representation Southern men concur '
ieadto the women shrink in horror, as passes near hem SUlcr, cmokoil........* commenciutc October t,156S. "To he deJr-wd tQ'114
ing1b1:1: seem .determined to cooperate with! tho_ ,Republicans day in ApriL your views, and expressions of their (conrurrene the ghostly ghoul who was a acallawag." Clear lObbed Sl.Uai, tracked........4- 1tkJ United HUt atioopa aL AUanlv Geer*la. 85T53
*trustf or thoirsecuriry Nassau county-24 Monday after 4th Monday from t tin-I principal ollicets and lepre.nentaliv I I.ODJT Clenr Siilea uui>mokc to secure the election of Grant and in April.Duval men thronghout Mho Houth when.they can beproeuuicd. General X. B. I'oirrst, the aristocratic negio- r.ikE-Short Clear IslMti','" uosmol.e.1, none, Vay meat wet be nsuJe in ;; "' f

engaged in, Col fax. HamptonToombs, Forrest ia Co-have county-:id'Monday afer Hh Monday in .' ., '* tinder of Tennesseo, thus speaks of tho Union Oul MWD,. |J-J gisA Government FundsMon1hl %

Were" pock -a'fioutjirorf: heretofore furnistied tho'wost valuable campaign %pri). This con en v i relief of juTiimlaflil} wills all men of thn South : "I am ashamed to own it r iles.-i, (iioni* iu market.) -- -*. st >f

the -wholesalo :iraHe ihKew iqrJc,6al- "documents lb eJuPendletqa. Kpu: business who tooJow.for : ak vboufjalnd rhuvnfrwortU the nndfTvisni and mwkpdActin $ IiropDsoILL'
though lie 'niigat4> our Union ,oldiors and inon, ujq, ? y no UKMlkkS.Hay ,
li&torhO wotild'soout trust.bis goods as tho woik of distributing, ,their speeches Clay county-Ut Monday in October. want substantial and solid peace, and &cans Jo'roc ptws inv ntcmpi foe"tlujp. Iho tlu-) S 'S -: 'PILRAT.

( ;'fblotted-boud-hoiaer thanto'ra hrottgh'the length and breadth of lbs land had Bradford county-2d Monday in October: them to rise *hove the level pt party politics, butclicrofort'PiU w' and oxing dr (hllnge.I, hands market at >!wglnttcxl 2i per cont.ind hint wrna roontly fin at loU ft Kit have;, -" ? Chif4 C. K. Dspl..of th.Moa*

to fe .;* -' iceh tsompleted'; and the RopnWican'wC-ommit- Baker connty-4th'Monday in October" u and talfe n<*h steps'ti'VnfX5t yonfa'ns will insureS Shelby county in Ixyjomin!? tastidiotw. iliiMinc.iO j? 'nen lly very doJU ,met- P8swa Ic

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TILuxr ;: :. '_ A BAKGAIX.rOXXKIIoirtr O-ciffIw
N tuln c or t-ell till Hotil. at : --a.
.tag.a.ws. :NoT1c
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I S UviOal,. LO.I--f.H tin V'-aiM. ivith nil nut'it.ISepl. _
.- lie- leriin> i.it.h. ; l -'
eptcmber 2 -.4
**' is Ix % kjJt.. r U.il 1 ill ttj,,.!_,. t.> tinll.i.. VcI A 1SCS. lit f _
MfcVaffidavit eay P "IVponent inUT ( .i..in, J uiJ!?* of til.tVmwy (iiii, t ,,f Unvil Connj j ; Semi-Mouthly Liiiet8THE

J.IJfcr& tat tlio aid H. ''A.'IJ"lliiu, y, for I iiiiis of A1nsi.i'.tristiin, S Iiiii, ,, ?,,
and there K5otnrnireioncr i't. I iiI I J.i1u1i of lUCb tittTy, si'A1J4lI GOODS;, vvxn) GROUKKIES( ; : : .. AND1VLQTJOKS.
ho ieg the"i the said, '11tt.nas Itat-LinI, .ug. : i. Gh '% I tt.I.tM n.
ltd1Il i ,. f. r iMiS. All rnt -ntcd xi ill plif rt.m 4 feu- VIA FkIAWIiL _
TtU a'ndthcro lVTunV* nartl at otui- :i tlic tun" l i" tdiml. ri-r. m* w ii-liin tcnial.1 -.

%jiii i1 o lp\Tntlc{ | Wiu> tlit' iaid '1 hotuas E..mittl NorI I'll jt tiiiia will find inent tli.-i' lli.,, t.I\\'illiruii, >. tnt -
"fn> Collixtor td In- < "., any li.Mir af I lln'.li\ FINE A 1 STEAMSHIPI
'Ch'e Vein? then and lli.-rv L\ V. I..U.I ..-ll.1 wfiKlpply 'I., til. Jl.-ll \V \ i-i. X. '% U,1.1.rut'?, .vU c: c 1 EI t xi L 1i c
_.l : v> divcT nthrr? t'lhCCt8| <>f the M.-l.n. J iiili: 4,1 tlieiVmnly (V>|H1 ..f Huxril: ro'in- I'.I.t.1 1 -', 1.xw.. 1 111 Tint A**.-a. or.TO e ;

U41l iid tber todcpciu'nt un ty, fKrlx-Ocrrol AtliuinMniti.m, .4. fc ,?,,,, "p1 1 lit.
$ )-,-t.tti' ol 8iu1i li '
Curiy, < .inii'.I. JOHN
diti ennpirefor ui'- An* :i''. I.T, \V1M.I\M II. Cl- iiv.; : ] ; INT.AKl'l' : [ .
knOfl f'wwnrinIhrrnsclvos to bo LiiW in ,

Oth' ei''1.nrul for tjic FIl1 rv" <'f M? ins | In tho County Court. ; : :tlSlllIU; I'ori'AUK.) a1xtik.ibi''i.tttiI! MANILA AND TARRED ROPE i
tb.ir s tqgagt4 "* the l"Iblm8 ; t.iii.ilyniliiitins *j jn-niliu tz; the wintirHnnlh. iIiOfltti. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE
h.t1ml1l K Anv V .1. -ii uZ_; t tinF.iinw |...rIrlcnlv I lic I
roi ]jill iti hi ic: tar '
% TKTC! :
puiU. oi roust i
.octifjins iJflUIi.Ji .
.nd I im f.-im fmiliT I -iilii-ular: 1.%' utlil I u.inL4ac 5i
hew b-ity. 1 IKa : n i.i-aiitIi' HA JCST KCCnrKZ*
? urtluT develorincntB n-u 3i. MimiKt.r. A>*uiiMitXntii Alt tb.I. P'it utiv.
% 110 New York. .''t :" 1m
T(1CM fl ti1i'iI. $iiti WirIi 1i in,
.stigtion 15 4.-Vfli ifl (( tttC M arbhLl l lt4ber N .hI.'i.Krh ('. 1, Iuii.,1, : .NI1B.A.N; ( ) ; I ) 01IAIXS. One of the

14rnlPcr e HU-iHi ..f *li.- 1't R KENT.O Largest
hii dt1iu1it.:$ ro n it- > pi\vii n im<-ticmc it of illt. .
ttltir1114b4 that Nr1snn tIltlM .\fi9iialtil-iiit.. TUc I *,-fcii'L] ,lit. aiet ,iII] ..tint im- I,1'A'FIIEIl AND I"INIIN) (} .

1roe' ifl 14i1c, : -I- interie.] m Uir Minn'. tl. n.liiil! to ii L
(MI fru'E 1entLty. jic iate jst4PtI2JrdAfl&taCn .iniL J tn tli'' vlira1i.n l'i!. | li, ljs, ,.:,,,v,.. ) 1 .. puiii ul.MIii.iir<- nl >il'u-e ) SADDLEKYBAGGIHG
.n ita nU, iob1ttbir K I. I I.KMIN* !, ,.isg .-, it tfoL'i I -: \ LX11.1o.: BEST SELECTED

ctry'1, aTl tbC) eeape4 with $4.1 t. 'S" .it'y f..r laitifl I.ti&Yiiig Fcrnandina every otW t?StTtIILDAT

PMP8 the) crc peciat *ndtiut .i'Ii1AJ4D; : AHB TWXHB Through BUI can he given for Freight \>v tits Hn. to
ticirIt onty Ttwy V(1C l3'fl In Ibe1r.ttdcpot In Circuit Court of Florida.Foi MUSIC: fcSOIIOOJ.( ; STOCK rant from Javkaunrllle, and nil parties on the St. Johns
ftjt'fl Mciu.tbet Uiver ('h..ij.sr tfia/t by any nthrr h'w.Knle .
carnCd flOt I ) ietutfl. uni .Tri>iii L Cutru, IH-XML OI-MV r for niea urenu.-nt goods IS cent foot.
lll. ,' .
| utt'U i-anti. .1! mtti ri'i'i &'ii lu-Mnjr | jk-r
tP.tI4 't1at ThJTUL Ut$ Ut) it 'iiitd HiI.4i'4 II. 1 The FlI Si MOM AV in o i. I KUJMi n xt.><)v) In-oll \ P&tiA b ami Oil all /finite I JI the .il tvi- Artickr oir l.rou-'ht to thi Market, Wciaht gtxuli 75 cents per lOOponnda.Kor .

uu.t Fer't4 vithii rs. Mtui-ll'dl-i i\ eli t-i Jim i iinlu.-. I'lano 1'npil I,, i ul(1it # of ; large hiproeotc npi-cUl contrncts can be made.
pTocesC n.i::, D. Maid, 'i'.e CI.IiT1XO
trtM4 rcturnaUo at the O, e.Mia cli.uyt. L.jw.iiin in Ii?
"ks to make them H. Mill< i. Agent lot ..Ii.IIIM. PASSAGE :

tel, 'r tct he *tkM jnIuk'diatn t WblinUiwu JAhinan. .IliI-.tt, 1.w. Kannoiiy, Couipo lion &L Transposition 'jflbus, fcjugarss Cigars Tobaccos Firat Clt Irurn JncVfc.nvUlato Xew York... f 09
d to tho $erctary hfVar aid, M.riinurJ.ilin ttiilinan i' ,,
1e1 )
fbi flattt1 roten( ho Marbhal anti M. lxhm.it und Otiri ]- .. aivn exlni- JII I I I liCJIl' Tar, Pitch and Turpentine ; )aps, Candles, Yeast Powders, IUMIU'ZThCht l.y thu lino one pvr veot.AjtBt Ot
repti4's tlLftt 1.cth I Chniluf. MilclulV.I I M.il II uIg 2-J :U 'I 1 uu-iu.1 uf MII-I. : in Nauv York J. K. ROBURT4.17t .
must i. -cned by thuk.nprtVth A Thoinu-: !. < t'iitli', Syrups, Vinegars. Starch, &c.1aisius Chamber
*tcr t.
;, hu U $. Isr.bl Jaruii-r-. iloiiig I.1I'.1IIC'I lttl in Fur further
!% I" ClI.iIs.e'r3 purticuUrn imjuire of U.U. CRAM,
( \1i T the linn ntiineiindhlyk"f ,: : WANTKI ) TO( ) KENT.A 15 3ni
uaitIe| Hay .trec JackioirUI.
,. ol Florid. "C'lntlf1, :St. Am iud"A; j jrtoft Leather Ddting and Stoain Packing ; Salt, I.ard Oil, Kerosene Oil, : .
tfccptombor ItIt to doth $. ,' t"inni"ltt>n. .] \ellin -. I ll"-ie.I l->- a IMO 1 1-itit,
choiick and Mmg n cj1I n 'tititIl lth I t I i.i in t ieli l inaili-1.. appc.iibyditipnK lhit( I tin.Nf. JL \ \\illilii-i.l.i n-lfunc' .\.ttl-uI-. j jV. Molasses, &c.t &c. L'HANUB OF DAY

Icrmine the region &ttiiti nts, t''iU't Its jti %.1&i1, :i i,, tit I Iai, .)ifl, \ S., I'nti.n UJtfi. i .; I-i \Nlu JHtjo\V: WAKi:. I1X WA1JK.: S'loxiVAlMi; AX1 CKDCICKUY; :
ldiluili. Jli,. 1. ClulUv.MlU'licl \V. til. \>n.tii.l A .l.ii-k onvil!' Ant'. -Jth'w! ; \a.I11EN V.\ttE AXD wii.unvVAUK..
isLh.ptcmkr. Corn Flour Bacon UNITED STATES MATT.
('I. atl McCn1Ic)' bad I niiiiii.ix II.I < 'i miln .M,' iitit <'I!' illHliiii I
3.-u11in) |<1 tli.tt tliv ti; inti-nicw this mornins, m w. istthI uiMi tln-m. 4)n inolimi ot IK-II. I II. Aiflirnr-.tI !>,,., s, WANTED.) l,5 ial.(1'1 :iuid .Mill .--' ] )] ]1iis( : Sliiji Oliumllury ill all its For Palatka East Plorida.VARltSf

&utht1 lo litasru i il,. U- I liriti.r Idi ( jil.iiiiiint, it U vnlcic'J tluil, si, hr.-nni dii Hominy, Beans, Itico, .
(hIV .gtwl : Liii' li. 1.. .h.-uviil in tl.v Hill 1 IM- li.i.l ,,u a,.- IflKSrM i VjIIH'lI"-; TOUCflIYFAT
% None ill Us, Wmmi *ioiati.l..ill3.mrthward.aily : ItN1'.Y! <.r IM'.i'KMr.KU.; A. I >. 1'* s. A lIat'l'.1'l 1 1 >X I IN 1\t I iL( 1 IIfl 1{ II J i A, Beef, &c., &c. UKCXSWH1K* ILTI

ltillin8 2o&viu i,etek. It ii.lnilli'-r Fii-il"ll CHARLES A. KA1RGKILD .11.1 R Y FEltX..IYDIX4, JALSO.XYJLLZ

{ purpntO tiUbZL-Iiiit l oucia; wwk, con (H-niitclk i I t..i tlunvmUii -< 4- in t-s tcut,4. l liii AX ft 1'ICOLATA.
I irom the 't.tt,- ho-iv.il i in, tlir Klnn li l'iion." Milk, Buckwheat Flour,

UraafiLrolli r-in-Uw (lici.t) ) aiiiv- .\. -'. KM CUT; Eoed's' Block Street Potatoes Onions
(.S and viitod the War Circuit Jii.l'/c, 4th Ju.Uri.ii Circuit.tA1I I tiiii| iii\fl IVi'j'i I ry! in JlliuoitAppij -. Bay Apples, I'ickles,
,d morning, Oftoj Canned Fruits
will remain in i 1.. I-'. i >rwrv; .v DO. Vegetables,
1Jt et&tt' that 6zant ( t4 1-i.oiiiii, ( 5-ly. JACKSONVILLE. ii
of all kinds.A
luiv.nl :! : I I .
t tiia last wf Octojjcr. t'.nntj > t tI ;
tin lu-ivlir ratify that foiwiinsirt! Lri, -nut ir- 2
\ jsurs,
K..llinM has nominalcd iiv niotti frupci ret t"j'> ..t tinoriginnl; <-.>)py. iiw ,,M tile in tlH) .|f"-... LAKUK AJiSOHTJIEXT; OF
shows noJifp'jeidon SCHOOL)
king4eflIY in all. iKCulloch < ;-irAKI.isi.. itAIIlliU; THE 2V AND ELKBAST
ol them. I JciV firt-Jiit Court l>in.il Count STEAM PACKET
to confirm any &'l't. 'I, JS(. .. I: : I II.I K. rAii\IIIIl I; I I 1 will i us.i-1-n II.T tt.huol on

The Secretary of War, being i TlcxiJ I'.vumflidinglestblation .MISS- fties i .A-/.ir ;.v bLi'itvui-.H, att her cr c Q I A 1 [' Woodci Ware Lizzie Baker

has at-kcd the ot intithtiVicMdeii"0'iinei I of I linv.il I and t lie r-lift.1 I wiit"f ,
the I Cj'j'it pal t ii it i.-h l I..t, J.ii'U> 'nMlli.IIUHhl I I .. -
the Attoiney General von paying i iO .\ i I'l, 1 IIILAND
lUirnon file in the MV office, growing tml 1 IX tmkti after dau- will -ij-jilj t tl.i- I Hun. W. .\. 4ON'LTII.O or CAPT. MIKE USii, "

between t a1l I C3 MclA-aii, .1 J-40 of tte C.mit> Couitcf Duv l, fcit :
( fllY
tiftlio war. ibcyaggrat0 t Li-ttctxil Ailininirtiiutiiin, 4.2 InmiIM,,,, on) tit 1-lai.- FOR SALE. I5UCKETS, 'ruipIH;, ROOMS:( ) \(-. Will leave reuljrly, rur the abo\e places every 'Wcd-
thirty inilliyns of dollais. ot M nn KlirJk-ls dir ..isiil.Auv'ii ucathi; morninraL 9 o'clock. Returning, will leave

I.Southerjl t % $. !, lt>os v\v M. A. li/.VAUNSiCI.' I X Voiu-i.i U'liiitj ii.-,11 N"W >nuini i am! within t 1 a tao FOR COUN .AULts, OKUB hOES,. I'LAXTATIOXUOE3. every J.u-luunviUe fcUturday e cry evening Saturday, arriving morning at,and Savannah JfenMndli a
nnlei"I I 1.'I 1 iiavi'f.ilil.-I w.ili-i a lia.it a ol a'mnt' ..VI acresriiS'jciss O.VItDEX HOE-J. eeiy
lluusc Sunday morning.
ATLANTA, Septcmbcr3-1cbl.cLt1. Of 1'LOIiJUA, Jinrol t "im'yTo the Thin boat box large and Ute
STAiK ){ : ( HAMMOCK IAXD. airy room acconodatioo
} 1IthPd ajt-st'lution to hold two sessions Jut ing -.t '!'aw Cn-ilitoid and ill other piVuii: ,, iu&ret-t I fur paucacngcr.

ed in the l.. t.He 3 .i-itl Caii'phtll; latenf sjiid Stone Jars and 1'or
djcti5stJfl. iiniiity i The 1 a..II I ail. h ii 'i I 1.11.1. inoiild, uai1-tIstl' .'. nil lil.iil, Jugs. freiRht CP {xiMage, apply at office, on florid
the eligibility ilet ta -i.I, intrilate.Vhtiiat. api'hralion i i has lieeiimath' steam packet wharf; toCLtui1O1tN
niiiil J and ii-i'liMiii I I <-l\ ,i.ipt| < dt I I II I. lonthid I rti.iic.tiie
This morning one of the foloicd -ifc'' t.i jraiit I.t tit ot .%i1nj i,i.1 I iii ii ill oil tin trtaliot & CVXSUfGllAM,

Turner made an clcxjumt ejKtfh pokMingie I.II,1 d.-ti-JM .1 1 lu Air\aiuh-r Is. I 'aiii'l.vll! -ai-l <.nmty | AND MM-TIMI: AI. Kurn :. POWDER SHOT AND IIAJ) Agents at Savannai.
ol 1'nval. Yon aie )IirIl,1n91 toappiai at thf <*ouutj t DIBBLE, tgentatJack..nifl .
iiinBt lb proptisi-d action
In the afternoon ecssion, Bcvnil inmilntsiiarticipatod. UCroKLlt Kltlh, A. ji.. IMJ% .it It n oVIwtV: A. j A HSU; -I -I I Full A&bortnit-nl of Seine and Net Twinet'olliii's

On the vote luinlakoii, Die Kline.14., to1: Ii% I .tIIP.V, ii any y.ni liaii-, a aiimt I granting the Axi: ro> Xo. 10 Houghs, Store S. MAlE

,vlored members was declared inligiblc by a And tin. NIL! Ahx.iiuhr I I 11. ( 'aiii.l i |. >ell I lniebyilir I < el- Notice. and Wharf Trucks, Wheel-lwr- .

% U1COfSU to 23. ]{J this otc of the Ilouut (11 ti, I U 1114 111.tiLI! I ill iiii1 I. II I tIj'ii I t t;. ih II' rows and Grindstones.
1 t ii' I I ji4 l I'HliH il a I limited i I I paitiu'lhliip I I lindir 1 I tho law- ,
cntj fivcefiloiwl members arttinnatid.. F'urlimMin til tin-I it.it ion mi'-i- \\i-i-k lur rixuic.Mnr wit Kin i of the Stale (.f Xew \ 01 k w ith Memrn. 1'r.mU U. Mul- .
the i!" f.ajti] i.illi-d the f'Uni.l.i I l'ni I.ii, pii' !>lir>nvd inJa. ----------- -- --- ---- ----- ---
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claim 1o K- hitinun.. cusosTumtr li ia fl i. ll.iiin.in a- t-j.itial (iiirtni-re, undnr -
i two ,. 10 Ki-KW OF NAILS.y2tJLz'J's .
kiioti illi-, in .ti.t i county.Witiiimy
iht I iiiiuitof 1 Moi .' I
Hi t. 'i.
; in n-, inn now un- J: Ji iii 1 1' .
IHAi. M vim I n
ilI teintctiga1cd. ollicial itjttII this 2Hh! day ot An- t inning i with i iiuiiuhed ffihtio/t tho I 1 at-iii'i- lior.-t.,roitcinidiieted -

walked out anti Lruihfd the 15rt from VUM, A. I'., liOS \V. .\. Mcl.LAX, by tb>- late; film I ol Cal-Urll I I A Moniat the
REED & MATHER Tttrc WJflXA'J'jr.Anl :
uiit''v; bounty Ju'l e.ADMIXISTHATKIX -alll>- uflli.-, S'o.'n a Old Slip N-v Yf.lk.I1. Wj c
foul. The other cxjK-llcd mcmicri! Imwcd to JOB
the epcaW and wavt-d thiir huts to the while NOTICE.OrU lib, IM.s. :uipUUtfI ; "PosiOiiico l nilrliii r.Wli a full Assortment of Liquors

,,ienikrs. I DiRLIN&OC.trrAIN
of all kinds.
( t"ANTloan oi.it-r iii the Hon. < 'onnly CoailJL i-.ik-.inl Kt.nlif
$('Vt. 4.-A bill was passed by the Sc-nato to- ol I'llval, uill M it iii puMir am Hull tu the lushed j FOR ;SALE 01{ 1CENT, Also other Articles too numerous to JACOB BROCK,

tho )House week fciwo to liold the bidder ill In
    hiy nvd by a l ; : Cioon( TIMMI.STS: ; \N1 CINIIE )1i Cl 'S mention, all of which will be sold l etntliorou
    < itnl .la< kMin\illi- :il II u'rl'Hc :i. 1.1.. tin tlaI'Mli ut< 8i-.vKiAi. HAVING hlyrcfitt 1, U again placetl
    lpction the tirst Tupwlay in No- i: ) Very !Iaw, in II.I! :i.cItt.ti.
    S*vannah on Sl.lTliM tElL, in-xt eni iiiii the IilIi.tiri> It--al K>tate low for cash. viuibtT, limiting the lime to ono day. and. piving tli'' projH-rly tit tin- i-i.i.e t l Al.-xan.lci Jiiiliiu-r I at.-l Alwi:;iut.iii'IInr I -, < art c.nnd i 1.Il.uiiri."iVI 1.1*aI:1:Ap.l\!, 1..uiiiu| inmaj : a-i \ f.l. !I.' 'i'| I "i"-l-inll\ on li-iii-l. r.invrriin tli-'in stopping at alt intermediate points, tearing Jacinville .

    three ballot lioxcs ; nnd it was vetoed by j ixMi--'l l, towitVatvi J.ii Xo, thirt > -i uht ( Xw *,) i- lit In- ji-iri li.i'i 'I! ( I rii r- itt tin M.it'-.nll itti, l's PRINTINGI'' Wholesale and Ketail. > ercry SiinJajr mornlni? at 9 o'clock. ValaUa,
    I I MtUalfd IHI t tilt1Votl 1 I II Mil Illll to .1| tvll'l I ll\ .it J U k- \>f SLiti'iiici \ Monday morninir 1 o'clock arriving at oterprti 0
    (CJovcrnor; I f.iiilk. ald .il1-> IKna wt coOicisnt. It was j-awl to-day by flip I .IN11u1:1n: : >, A.hiiin'J.ltkx \. JttWh'H. SCHOOL JtOOKX. A-, ., \c. ne.Uy morning j o'clock, 1'aJntkaThnrwlay morning Io'cloclr

    IIim*e over thu *oto. by a vote of 'ighty-t wo to | :t iVll.l AllgUHt I'l, 1M.5 I ivi > liiiir-ln-.l dnvltiim I II I nn-. with 1 f.\ >- nni-, arriving at JaeksonTille I o'clock I'.M.
    i iIory, on l-'' r*> tlie .---tri-i-t m-\l lo I Iir. I 11'it- 1. I..i,\ .II'1: 1 i. is. tii. Will also make regular trips to MulJicbnrg every FRI
    'wurty-fi4Tfl. | riilV n.. ide'nii1'or I airt lii-- 'aT tiiiil I I i4 I i I I It -'I t Watches and Jewelry. DAY, Ie.avinzarki.euyjfle Ht 8 A. M.
    Thu House ad'-jitf-d A rebolution to ]>:ay the i In Circuit Court of Florida. li.V.. HAVIV -ii JOHN CLARK Ageat,

    expelled colored ir.rmliers' nine dollars! a lay tu jilt!'- 11 1 1 If I'linniiir" ro-nn m- .r d I. put t. July 7-tI I1ced'ia Wharf JacbonvilleYIa.
    Fut Rut Ji IIU i'.i. Cl IhLl1.! I'l \ tl. ',, IV.Klizibttl i. CRAM
    the time of their expulsion, and milcago one R.B. (: E( ). A.. VKCK, p
    V. Itallintini I ln hatiiij.VB. ,; ,
    *.y: alro, a tteolution declaring the jH-i msliHvinp i Kor Sale.TilKSli -

    ; the nest high *t numlior of votes to the It' i t- \V. lialiHitluif. > ljil I". I 1'iu.iu-i W.VTfll-MAKrU tNt JF.WFI.UV. T S. SI AIL EOUTE.TIIENHW -

    iilorcd inembeis rsju.llod yestonlay to be di'lared -- It arpi-.ili.is by Millii i. lit ;j-liHil thai a LiJI im l 'i- .-i V:ieht) KMUT," In- l m \. M. 'J.
    ) have vori liaH IHVII liiid I 1 in tiniibuve I entitled'' iu I, by i tl.ft built ..i N.i.--.in in I '"', "I II.a I I.* -i i tia it' I n I ilp : I .'ijltI I ''L. i.i-r; i ; AND ufL.lV .',TELf,
    HOHBO if
    members of this toy not'iinstitutional ;ild fiitn]1ItttLtIt jiM.-iin.-t tb<- li.l

    ini-ligibility. .V fomm"tt oftbrw the MU.1 .li-lfiiilant, r<'>iu'i< *.iit was appointed lo examine the <1iTtion le- upon nioti'Hiot efilililitti tII ill P. i<'>!i -it"i, II.I Jtiblie; ir.. i ii vo\np: t.i K.-y Wit ; rat in- -.. n .r .-' .ni n -' _.''ni-| J.UTSONVJU.K.! ( : i FLA.KEbl'S :
    It ih 'l'l'-i.-l that a hta.lli: :'ipon I Infai 11" c ha l;ri-d I in I V.r.I. l-"r HIM i't"i-. tIll tiiithi i pal i I' i.In"I'l"'. to FE iIEi
    turo.and report to tho House.SrtL I I'll: \UI.ICS A l-AlI.rillll I >. FAMILY GROCERIES
    the ciiI I'lll l-o jt:i.l In tut1.-the raid IVnirt, tin 51on lay,
    Xoinlnr, A. I lv. I the "onrt in\| 4 II i K--N': II.-Ic. lu! ti< rt ,
    ".-A res'ilution was offered but not this -J-l i:>y iii I. \ j.t -.
    ll.ji-t J.ickM n\lll.-, in Unaid I e'lUPtv tit 1 nival. --
    aited upon, declaring lU'grot-s inijigiblo U.- any A. _t. K.NI'ilir, Tiretit Jiitlt.-,

    uni} all tiffii'CS of the State, and that nil ofiicvs of lout ili Jiidii.tl: Cit ruit. &I NfI l'KOVISIOX.( ) % 't II IIFLORIDA

    (hu State now filled by nitrous lie doclan-d va- attg I- .i.t.-._ IIIj : !

    ant by naton of eligibility, und the CJover- -

    tier bu directed to have euchollieejj lillinl in cozn.iliance \VAKNI NO. j 1'LAXTEliS; AND I (OTIIKKS.i A.ml Sliiwurri ) LO1 ( ; UNION fl j Capt. GEO. MANSFIELD,

    |. with tho oode of ( eori;&. Thu ( ovcr- j.t. .. hi' %V.IlIIL I ii it 1) ttitt 11,1 01 it".I I :& i
    1,1:1 ( ''l' llll'ii; .itlon Miin-ia! 1'..ml C.MIII iii imu iii.miif.i'tunn ;- 11 tas !li-en pinoed permanently on the nUT in tounccUonI
    our and other <-onunissioning iiulhntities t-f th ..1 1'totiit'rur, .IIIIC giviiI by iii. ti. I IA \ tin-Ili-l, I ht-ijH-t nnd int iet I I'nnible 1'aint I with tho iMrlington, makingSEMIVVEEKLY
    I.LE? for : 2io,d.n.t .1 ttekso3IvilI' .1 LI1 .::,. I II$, a ti.1i .
    Mate instructed to rufube comtniaoiuiib all lull iiiivd with
    are lo in ii-- ; ttvn to.ll- put on, pun* l.iiiM-ed TPaPS.
    I.JIt r I. Ii14it. iIi. CiiItEi.I4 iatiuii br c1ti I, : i'ixiII1JILEJ; :,
    t/er&una of oolor, that have born or iiiay lie clcrt- itoti wa.$ ijiii 1l.Ivitig til.it : ;ui1 I JiticI'y i t fair Oil, .SIae will Ieav Jock>unvillu every TVKMTE3DAY a

    ,d to any office in this SUtc. until the Supreme wat tailtit that I viil not hay s-ii.l nol.- iil.-n ttai.iI1..1 I Will Last 1O or 15 Years ; SCULLS OAKS I MORNING at 9 o'cloik ; Talatfca TUTKSDAY -

    Vurt ot the tStatehave decided on the eligibility ly law" L.: K. IOL'li.aiiui hut at 1 oVlot-k; arriving at Enterprise at Ho'clotk,f. M..
    ..f uulurod 41 III 'it| .t ii/lit; ln'iwn "r 1..j.i.iul Iit,i nl.it i- col'ir, aujuin I1tIx'1'1N1 I ; O F I ( Kis returning, will leave Enterprte i-vtrr SC3f DAY morn.
    ; persons.fouMitiA 1 In- lian_ i'il t to Milt tin- l.i-li- ot tli- IMIIMIIIH-I. 111.iliiaWc) (<,i roiint.iutly vnhanda wvi -li. Ud l-jvk >t 7 oVIuvk, arriving it JavktunriJleat 1 o'clock, J*. "it
    < S. C., .September :3.-The Senate ADMIXLSTlfATlOX.Nnl'HT.i ]'..iill; r n' l->, (.'.lill.i .ill I l.'ai MlfiKii -, Kills, full i tho must rumple-to anti extensive nnd Jewelry, au-i .ill) otht-r artitksu in tune to coniK-ct with the Traio for t-aTannah arnl TJaa

    (awed the Social Ivjuality bill in a very modi- Winnlili-wan- ni-ulti.l.kl t t Ini t t i]>lt.iiii-iit(<, L.iiiu! Hy; it- vtf. >nily! kept by the trade, which tic oil' -r.> to the public 1411aA5ce.
    tied fbnn. : II.-II !ij gi'n lMt iu Wvdn<-Ml.itin !<>ih printing establishment in this city In at reluced prices. For further information apply toJOHN

    | lj'ti.ttitwt] in-xu :i1.tlir-atiuti| mil lie IH.I.ILtj VESSELS; AND ShIPS UOTTOMS( addition to
    the JIut..t.itIc.JuiIeit I'lol'.iLei'f Dnval ciiiinly 1"! ,111ord'rto ourQoi'don's CLAKK.

    New O&i.F.AN'*, $ SnVuibcr| i.-A bill pic&l 'III tlii Kv.il K'latc of I IK-iiry I Wiletui, l.iU- tI] I laiiv.v, Mtt.il I ati l I cliinsliHoolc I 'it i 1 l.fiiii Tire an.1 NEW FIRM. ALSo 3-- Asi-nt.

    both Uouw* of the Legislature authorising the M.ii.1! comity i1r'ac.I l to vay the Ji-litu tlurvofH \V.it'T iiniiifi, 1'JtKirOil <;lotlidiie M.inul.iUiitiT li.i\- .- -- -

    ity to go out of New Orltiaiih lo burrow a lil.-UKi: :, Jr., i tug; u"iDUO Ill,I., the jM-t car,) aii'l I as a |i.nnt for:mjan Improved Job Press, CtillaLifl -

    milljonot dollars for Att'y in l.u.t Ol II M Ciivmy, A-Jiiiuiiitiil..r. r"'i afic I 4 till I'UI J iii stl fi.i Iii,,Iv, I itt.d.i I t t a-I.t it lilty, t t t.ik>- t tintni--t lta..I ul inliiiinin-4 I our I Irundr-in the ; WM. aHOTHE.: -
    current rxitmscs. Tho August 1U, 1VW IwDissoumox l a-llu'i-lvrncK-- 1 1.1 hi Hill 1 a l.uit> f-n WK that have fiTATIUSEUY,
    < ; Mij.j.ly j> T JIMII I inti-ii-ir, nnd! tin- pnbln. ai-ii'-rillj: wu (the only ono in this city) which enables ,
    ity ( in the market this
    are morning endeavoring tia KJIIK-. fot med a cnpailner.-dnp nndtr the nuim ufJ. XEWJS(; iLl LJIJXEX,
    to negotiate a loan. \is to execute tho liner descriptions of WATCH-BIAKER
    ) ( or I'AUTNF.KSIIIJ'I P. BRACEWELL JOB WOltK, with neatness and dispatch All kunU uf n'.iiriir.| ilout- at short iiotkiand work
    Kty AVixr
    Scjitcmbcr, 5.-The Court has rctuscd waminti-J. At the o1'tanj! of CL. Ouk Ocean '4J.7 NEXT TO ARUnVAY -
    the writ of habeas TOTH'Ki I I: it heliht I u.li I lliat ll.<- ]iaiti.t <. -l.ipbi r. t-i- ;a->.il>oviScnl 1.ii a rirciil.il I- wlii-li i\i- l.ill I ].irt i.ti- to do.i Oel.ual 1 ()uIia Iii IlOtt I KlIMlie ?. AVO have recently procured a -
    in the of A. >f. Uccd's BiiiUinu.! Ki-b.
    corpus cube .i. fir ,-i-lin '.i tV. II: II. Sl.-TM, Xl-.llli.Ml- l.iri. None tii'inniiiiiiili: -.,,< t lata; ui.l'.l| I iii a tia-l.- murk lliMii.Ji. stn-ct 3-tf
    MuM .1. I IIiUClwMi.: : lateof I!"ll vlllu-,
    Arnold and Sjiamglcr. All I I.KACII I I .%.. A.I'. >M AM., by the HMIIV ja1 .-tvI.' (ir.ilton a! iuit-i.tI I'aint. 'td.ita'iia :. M.! rntiKK.H t fioinijtiiiuy, Kloii'tr.kim. Is ILurr.RiDGEs BLOCK, BAT t,s rs;,
    Foreign of A. C. ',u.il. A: C. ., ii- lu-ieby diu>Ivil.S' .I -.lJ. MAXIV, : HOE'S RAILWAY PRESS
    \ II H SIM'M.' 22 ni.iy; I AJNISUN, $epternberXuonTho Timeblian NEIl EM 1.ti I IJ'.Al'M.: j\.II.| J I L M.-Kailin, 31a ..ats. l>.ivnli
    a lon-4; uiticipDi (ilL the Chinese treaty, AllilUi-l: l.'l, IMi; 1XV L .-..- 't-V'iVltah.iM'itauinil; Muniiri. :Miitnoe, Mmsje I nlihtun A. Co.a,, <\l!eo.autat lid J ).rnon I. ; ,I Kut"1 I--.j.| ", kiuiwlcdgotl( tu bo tho best style of :
    ''crming | B B rW lVlHB I HiMMMiniH M M l V WMBI>9V a introjfiido and exclusivo meafuiu, NEW DRUG STORE Uit-k-on I Madipi'ii ; 1 I M Ja-keon, M'-b i"f -I I'oiliill j I 1, Tower 1'resss in use, and arc now prepared JLVille and vicinity,that he baa returned again an4
    tilcnlated to the in China and 1J II Munrop ]; JMCity Kev.UeulKC his
    Atop i-rc-grets put hAI.KS.: A. Co.: HillvilU- ; | opened place of hibdnebit as above.
    monopoly ol advantaged there in the hands of : I'uvvi-ll. A J 1'oil.lil, K.KII 4lke Jei-Ktiji, Kl.i. ; to execute all kinds of Mr. O. will be happy to receive the patrocj-re .f bjoH

    the United States. e'uti.M.i: I 11_ E.t A LI 1a-i i ii I C I I1 < liileri* 'in lust in:.; t'a.-h.will leti I ive pi'impl iitteiitlmiSlilit fnenda, and an many ncrr oac an wwh ii, has,, Lhear
    atti-tat Ion KIU'j to the I -air i-t watches carefully repaired and gn.traiitn.-d, anal Ju opes
    An .J.ClCu\ -1 L1.J1T..' TII I i.t. that with hid experience an Watcbmafcti
    Bncntueesful: wade lo launch a practical tor
    attempt was PRINTING
    Sale of Bankrupt Property.IWII.I. JOB
    'Hie Dinnuda All Kinds Country Produce. I the last forty yt-arn in thi eonnfry and Europe, he will
    from the -
    dry dud; on the 'I'hanius'ctrday. IAU. II. IIOI'.IS'C, ; li.ii- -ad-t.Iisli-it .i W'liil.iliJ.1H.1 hi: attic to gnu full satiafaction tt> all ,wSio .havo good

    ? t Kxcq.t tho'lJreat Ka lun, the I I .illt-r fairit! ( i.iim--\i'i. 1'loii.S.t. .m Jit-tail I iJinMon- at tliu I u jilHU.iiini"! ll.i'iari'l -. ftfxl of an.I coni watches to be repaired. All watches warranted on*.
    wd.i- fine
    bVcmudain (Lc ). tlicTi'l.i of KKIMKMUI'.K mitt, the haa w w aii'l xM-ll I ;<- a ifttl htut-k i't \Ve will in a p. 1'i'i-n a ; from the hinallost Card to the largest jear. Jan -U
    largest heating ttiucture( ill the > ii-tuttg i ol I 1'rj- < lm II.M !
    world. loli! inaiiriiK-ity| ot 1'lu'mia.s K. H-uli1, >< eii & 1 .tIII. &e".. At-., tvhl'Ji! w Ulll and in the -
    adit'ite4! aliai.itni'U \\t.\ : lal J'.1ate in Alacliu.iouuly Drugs, Medicines Perfumery r. Poster in the beat manner ; :

    rieptmbcr o.-Thc iJermuda was bafclvuiithed. SIT hva'l ol O. tilinorr "r !I. s>, ittiil l 1'* Iitt.t "fMuW short s.t time. l increasing the spiedwe ---:7T
    A>;. HAMPr.LTrcKlill, wlntli lie mil Mil at low j'rii.i'j. tJnlcm an; rL'Ki ettlulI3 Sdlat Josi >y

    AtH>tatuiiotmUoik I JIUR22, M< A s-ijin*. pu1l'.lti-i| 1'H-fi, lljitl-Hi.- J'lit all.} nilliuir .it dem-iiso tlt*' cost, nud, can tlierofori -
    wan dibpcib.il at thc
    oiler lo .hatij- mir bu-ini- .
    in ( ; *
    V int f tlw.bayonet There have been bccralineendtary ALL iioris( ) ; DAY I 01: Xli : iti'. I. 1" liKACKWKU A Clv. -, furnish l lttor work at a i iJw11 GARDEN SEEDS!

    fire* Cork :Jit: I I 1'iiion Ituildiiic uki'onvill", Kl-i.
    ,causing heavy Joxoa. iui"-il! it .t ll l tin ftitii-- niglit: j jirfoii rl' '
    Th. heir to the Persian throne died Of cholIfaveidy !- NOTICE :
    'Ia- made 11m ll 1 fl. the Hell NATIONAL FOR tiAJ.;, WUOEESALE OR RETAIL.E. .
    n<14>3 virtue ul a dt-crw, by i 1iitg. Night
    Johnson made tmollitr i-pooch, losing i i IX'. I'lilnam, Juihw and fhantellor t'f the ( is cult than any other ollie-o in Jacksonville. AM) DKALElt IX

    by toying tkat a. rupture bttwwn tlio Uni- Uourt, lor tinKu'terii Judicial Cifnit of Florid, tortinutility Tutu,I I they will I I ''t pioinpt I at I cut tqta.:7N. .
    UilbUU and eI lin .t!, i"i llu (;ilit d iv of t Aj'i'il I A. i>., j jlrW I D'
    idu.itcoltht- ineiMtid
    Grant liritiauould now bo im- It. l Ir. UnbiiiN, 1121 >- SAVINGS Fine Watches Solid Silver and
    Vtjwibla on account ol their h, in a t-t-it :inai'lie. I Jil-Tj.ll!|; in tuiid > unit, wln-ieiu 1 I.tiiiylvaIii.t, ulHij, olk-13 hl pioleHhi.jiiai iiui \ ILC1.0 i FREEMAN'S Lellur I Jlejuliiigs 1 ; Hill Heads, Hall ,
    idi-utity of i.-icc, Martha IL li.ixl' :. n O,ni.l| I i iiiiunt, und i hailr- \Villy ] J I'JivnK-r'ii ii nd Hmsfiii tit tin. .'ili/i'm I ) itt 3-i.iKt-oii\ ilKandKlml -

    lniuajtvinBlitntionB and apii atiogi. und John H. Kamuim; src liiU-iidinta. Ibo liihett :i > July 1 1 I It I IGREAT' 'rjt ket I'lgPalIllflCS, _a\I.\ uctionIVills !Plated "Wares.J P. WEBSTER & C0 -
    I'lim, JSeptambur 3.-The 1 will ciptwc lor Kile, nt public Aiiition, to ,
    Knitwror ha goni- in of the Court llouxs in naid Circular.
    lu the bidder, therefore, front I Ilaii'l; Bi11
    of Chalons. ,
    wuiitv MOXPAV) tln 7lh day it I'KOKMIJKI!,
    ( uu
    UKKUV! t epteinber :<.-liecniiting for I heirnwianarmy next, iMHwciii the utju.il Jiiiur.cf -a. the loilawinit dc- BARGAINS TRUST COMPANY. I Invoices( Deed, Clirds, I J.public lUM.t.AXl that, having) would taught respectfully out the Intelest infonn ol O.A. -.el. Wholesale and Detail -

    _iiljud Raul Litate, iiWIL
    hag Wn )iwtiKinud for tlueoluoulh & loU ol l.-.lidan.l. .- Case, In the late firm of C. A. Caw & Co, lie will
    All thoi-e. two ccl t.tta ui Jiai.-ils J ii.miws Hills;
    *. (situate: 13 ti.Y; and boil v j in tin-illy t'f Ja- ksmmlle : O. HT-.A.GKKJIR, CIIVU11- HM> LIV ACT Ul CN(iKKS-. ; Lading, n,e all care and diligi-urp to cu tin! the reputation of

    1epkin1.ur 0.-The thii, < ;t-rnuaia, ot tho in thtx-iMHityul I 1 nival, and$tat, of J-'londa, und l.uwnnnd POst C1 Law Blanks.I'lucurds the oM .- (Jrth Polo dt-M-rilM-dtipt.il tIs' Map i/r plan of n.ud; i Ity an I Ms General Commission Merchant ,
    expedition La GOOD ARTll'LK
    been again seii in i I AT A KKASOA'ABLK 1'BlCf.,
    Itt4tJitle S3.; !' Xu'uln-r One (I ) aud l'uur <4 ( in 15itk! X JVmedl), j Schedules
    All well. H I Ht h.iil t\r<> j.itH ile lo ctlii r, and me nndod on the UFFIOEflS. \\u\nf\ Good Woi, and dealing Jioru.-stly and fairly with {

    lAbi.k. St-ptamucr St-honbeiii, the di*. w. ti.U( i'X... naii ftrit-t, on the north by Muiirwi Nh). J llu..g'H Mock, Bay Ht., : Invitations a all. J. J. II., would aIio state that he has aMuciucd;

    dalguia.hod '' diemit di-dl hre > <>-iday; liii gt,. -,. : zitd ,- inLtItiIi.f I )tIL I I tti.li i-il IIII2 I i c JACKKOXVJJ.Ml, n1" ,.\ ., uwirt cLKriiANi:, MIM vi.i. r, .hIllIluI., Railroad and I
    fur PtI1ter L-tiibhep t'Jatk i (lO.'n'): Itt s'rtitr.-| esifh p)j.1.! ., toit' l her tiilli nil iin-l j 1). W. ANOKIJSON.a : Swoiid Vii-i pioMi.nt. Janios S. Doyle -
    rtuna to wnd hit'gato to ,the, Catholic Kin iilai! ilwirmiiit'iili$, hcrediUiii.eiiU, liliUpiivilixe I -o: DAX1KI-I ) I.. KATON: Actutatry.i SteamboatPrinting ,
    Tiu con veiling in k-r the; Kim'in.fs and apiiiii-Uiian. IH\ > ; ) -;. ?t I Ia. 1IAKKI.S. ( | -ri>r. who hat KIIKI MintoiiWNl the reputation of a j .
    'J ) I I ; and the I ii-vciHuui and I '\t-I.IIti', remain- tll'lt I .ill Il'lW lli--llll| .In j i t'i-i lllll\ I. I CinklnsHoiiMiViiiiyUuiiia I I AVI nut-, (-"rni r a'.t I 1'jtli onpciior aSATiIMIS' *"
    hw and
    U, i workman, to conduct brnines of this j
    n arnt to iticrja.Jatr ,,,il thcri-ot.$ competent a 1.N04; ;
    i alit III4 n.nitiind. r ,Tentts lneit |Iraalits. .Et1Elt'| .:t'niil .1 iiiiiiii-i andi-In t puuW L >il -(Mil I, VT.it )liin-jEtuii, I'. O. kind in all it* tiranclieti. We still retain the yolt aucncr ,
    I' I
    ( o.t1it f> fj Size and -
    ta.-'JbojIt4L1i3Ii U DRY IUUIS.) ) of'flh1" required every loT !I
    f I itiI II ;
    .i a
    J *Iiid tn&ening its iirs's in the TI Iij! aW ----- 1i- ----- : ,- .\ '- .\ : Ll. li111N111I 1 Branch ai Jacksonville, FlaAU. -, variety of Blanks are printed) ina Morton's Gold Tens, j jI BLOCK, BAY ST.,

    : I (a'UIt2FIlES, hI.\ul-\\\nI) :
    Iinii. ,
    a.ri&h $11)4Th1N.r .i.----C.ouit, ? ;iitig., tIi I (1tJ1-lNs-: : ii-:, 21U' S'lliKt.T.dii : : workmanlike: style at this ()IlieC. I in thu town, and! shall endeavor to keep tho bt i *s.orttnvnt 1 .J-1 c.-so.YYzz1E; F1
    hifliMtr, hit,, i'rii. ntc'I 1kW hl1iii. -f > of table and pocket cutlery ia tlii ,nvvtion.
    1500T.S( ( ) .S1KIKS l
    rui1l Ilu: l'w'. IThEOV&I.I c I IIoi>iiiitu merit Iltctontlnue4 oonllalunt.-o ant lautronagi'
    HATS: ; X- CAPS.YAI.1SKS_ | n iry il.ij'. Sinid-ijB and I Iloli'tiyn I I XevI-tetl| I of old ttiKtoinom anal rrk>ruU, I rw; ectfnlly! invite niL to
    n -
    '1Vc : .- : *j from i I'l ;t ami Siiluitlny es cal ita-. limn i ib -
    i "- i Hta *_ %- -- '1'iti'NK: A. M., t' r. v., come and look fur thennKdro nay r> ly lUviug iua A ttlt-tara ; riMuuii-d fiom my lot in. r pla'Xli> the LjIii > S i-. M.ihl'1)S1Ti. from a larjo -
    irom rxuiJon i iilon tile K-Iluu- H.iHhi : Auid ,-, -
    ilIt 8 'MlMulam I !a &un To such of our merchants aa order SkiED WATUCIIOUSF
    ol lh e WiU i.rt-owdiii llj.."! %-ao.
    tIIj ,, in l.n-l CMIJLlua.; lr't] m aI'irstC1ass l.tN .UIOL'-NT 111XKI\K1){ : fUOJt in Now York would
    ., ; Ul wo
    f 1IO1hlt'S their
    the printing
    Forlrwn of HmnatU !liv Iho I Taia- XATIOXALFHKHDMAIB'S we have the feeds put up for onr own trade, wilU oar

    1IUy&ub.hAJU.. Stoi.'p4d that wo can fill their orders in as nddre on t\cry p.ckageVe.hare mode out Store tt.
    ; ..XV 1 Jtisou;
    itiid 1.tra
    ( 3 i,44I iNIt bLt.f V. )4ila'.e, h.v i..s.ie ia4

    IJ.fiJfln&tirqi: .!, i thii 4'larquiJh (I4 C4flih | -4>ivdIIM'| ; Id-en <.itItt with iit-<,iiil j.. lurcm:v tu) I 1 a, i nialway'.1' diuwn without nut In- INJMIIIiti. ) S&TOH5S GARDEN SEED DEPOTof

    the that the r ni.iu.i> iiiiii w-r.- 1 hi.t :;; iw-1.-t $ t4iik q.f1ktI the inU-rotM nl iii-.tiinii'i>., iin-l I rinlii.K I i u ;iJ> K'i''a3-! ; in t'i1ci1t| me ri'l'iildiii suede All itlu-rdrjioMti> tate Good
    I Ho i iisielIciljati.I i.rth, i r.l dli HUNKS XA !,' wiilinetit I a Ibeie I I i ia f It be found I in tii| i' iniiikel'yyf mi.iM in < re nl ;nkii>* or National Hank HH.Intiiet !| Style,
    ) ;' slt. AND TliUST COMPANY. norida. and wiil i eomnJct* toeft
    and in always krep
    'lIIite, aLl k tii2ni I Hvtlnlv I !: MfU an t (.ffiOOlPpeZi, *4& I iii.uIitAJ4es'citn1 riKMITIIK.l.KAII :. IIIfI'1. 'it1 r.i] and 'ij n iiid nile, on di-po-iM of i") and nj-M-ard-- of all kind of Oarrlen, iVH, aM TtTavrt Ser* ,writ3 bhr
    'i !hef%. anitt.t iw, : i A; JI.OV I Ii t1-. S I ( IN : 1. iniii:
    *( *iQfl of a r'lni1t., 1'ei.i) thiiis :ntt.nig; \ii'\v, ,\ii.: ,SF4Vl, $. -4 14 til.- ])ri>fll" !1. loll'sjto( tildVl"M lf Ol1!,!. null at avery sniall advance on New Branch at Jacksonville, Pla. the *mention and onlent of all i u* *tt in h Tln? foOd
    TO WAKI- 111 tJ1IY; a-i.tablualaeal HI the II I thir4cni., and the finet kinds ofVegsi4ie.
    littti4.thi lii.iliilii h.\e u. IiI Pililu If. catiup York and would respectfully s-
    1( ,( ) 3i.Li4 thit I i(1tflN: : on,, pricos,
    rhn I araynayau' .cp)7 troop's pponrd a .n> of- 'V Ct 1) AV I I.f.hi WV.t I i:, I A NI ti J.; 1 II.1 (Jnci>tfil, 1'jiiinli I ot I ItO v OrU-uiiN tu uimlhoi.unl ,ituioitliLiih Ultlioul ci..ii-lie,'< liyit their orders. I, Xo. lvv? STREET.TJil Just rttceivotlthe1nijt

    wtuketry ably known hnu.-uoi (ifov >Ui-ii it C<>. -
    and jutilloiy, which hail a 1.nil-! S, 14. Kiiiiii n iiuTJ .,$ It tI iipuiy-, hnt t I hjiyeaniiu. a-- iiilenujilins, tlji1 inKlfht. .
    'fl.t upolz th tlj4 column in its eriiwd4 and '. ,( : i> ni-ed ntld in. v]>TJiiX: 1tI.LEIL A, <_')., Thai| > (ii9ltliiliu4i hail hOW On di-iuwii.* ou-r -lOO-CKii; and - 5" "6 Vrtl pnrtli-ia- > t' rate,, 'GoM, Silver I -000 Papers Flat'Dutch Turnip ;
    T&tlr diMdrttorixj tlil.1 1 tmncli has on tlepohlt over i7aXO.< MorcrnitK-iit Si'curitlc?, 1 000 Purpl .Toi>Jiut.JJHgal .
    condition. ..llLl.lu.lTI: : -S.iEI'l'l l' j,"> MUHXT Jl., N. Y. Mvrchaiitii and others dc-nlrlng to dt'iMbit njul thick Til ThUThX UNiO-1 J -- w i.. ttN- I 600 Iod -" ". t.% -
    ai ? ? *l *a f JtaflffJ wJlK r niij aj-lit .t theIr uitomiti* c.m IHJ acroiumcul.iU'd.Wi u 11.etht Caoiiw:. .
    nMonjpm iqVtlM mt.\n.rand attwtiiig .! fiiatl tiuimMrfiir Titmau't-; the l frrdid- < ii" PIANOFORTT. draw txi-hamit-: Jfew York, itnd all them lrvIIai GOO Skirving'a Uuta 1Jag --

    tk }.iu t.II.. j<> '!in.\i:. jtii'AiKi.Mi, Ktii>ri.\t:, -nt H'.iiUiiTnitlin! at the lowest rates.Jiirt 4ms removed from the gold stand on 1 000 Long BlOodan4
    iha'jaSUUA4 wiitjtixu ji.q.iug; JI U <:t nhl\, fY/A/'CXV//.V.Vt/i mid: all woik pelt.iinui (m Xcw York, talC payable at the ] I LargoEa4:[) :u
    sharp artnirrj' tttr on DHrolnnm) %S 1.1. I h Imdwmcnc In I IK' IIM.I!., Thi> lift t in w edition tu out 'lillrn nl i-ljli.- I i. nll.utin I- I L'utia- of Jtiy Cooke A- C'o.OoMrnineut Ocean street, to .its new.and eoiuuiodUous ''LANKS FOiSiE I It 000 nmihea4Cbbue- -' .

    ; *d U, fait la-k. 'J'Juatl kinrty t-: t hal rail niirnt I'm of l. .t lh i-iiti.I A nut popular: *. M'Tiiriil l r lti on Savannah: rimrhijtimV.iIi: Ii tttcl : its'* t 50C Early York" u
    of the allH-B dffvi-n 1mm (hi J'Uht| uti.lrdiir4 7 yjffj' Jvr Css1(1 foil /Jt', itrid t'eilii.iujof : promises, -lip expressly _500- :;:: Large ; -t' :

    [hi- whole i/% Ki'lii-tnu; (the exlx'iior tjionld IN; us Ix-.iimiiil lo HIV v>co. Di-piiMl .Lihvl ut lowi-bt ratte.fjold. use, in thtt 500 4' :lutb.500 .--, -. _
    ohiimn to iU.un| having <> i- "nic-nlly my piliVM will! :tliaji lie foirnd attill : nn h>ilfo the e.ir, i.e Jj.ue raid giriil. iU)< 1,1:1/11 VaetHn i > Mheraud Oo crnmwut' ftixurie 1IatI1It anti] DEEDS. M 4-- ,
    rLoafLong -
    'a- Sug& a *
    IIuereI t.wct II. < them in n NtylMrmt'h nileil bj taft' hohae I bot4. { -
    wrmJy.ia killed womidai l I.Ol. r up
    dVI. an irf 1ji"u-1ht! s.3li1L. JI. JILT.nAJU I hi'Cii tin-in to he thn li.iii'lMnnfi-1 1'ianii'K'tirtt'iiiaJu.'J'h } ; I 1 liiv.e lnie.iita iiruifiily ty.iJp; in i-futurlliua- of the- V l4i.itcd M UNION :BUILDEG] ," ;\J HI LI*; yJ.hADN.t!: ; .: _.. 45OO/, : Loiig.raj caxibt; ...: .

    Itttae.c lYuid-MH* Wv..t tit }'. JJibbliKay :sJUoit, .3.tJfHI' 1 '> aie (.Iii Itcly neKljle.. with l ur ioiin.1 (vjiu-ra, Slitti-H. I 1 300. '-' Collardir i I
    pftefli it at 600() -ille4 and wotiniled.34i1ibk4$4wre vilh-, IToiiJl, .,tttts4; l-'i, 1MR. tf ,| hiil I- .-aivtil 1 b-y--iii'I l> n'. II.IH. li.'lily I |ii>iiil.ie I >l, und O. Ii. IIAUT, APPLtCAUOXS 500 M -

    alwunt1j.ut t
    Lagn 7iutn'he vein mining. "\ IV-w day later I iii4itdiiiptoid l 'adni.tiliiity) to pu-sijf4 ut ueij F. J 11..U.EY, .1 500 Earlr .-'. : -tI
    h0 aiM CliAUTKIt 1'AJtTJK.S Ulauk lor ,aht at I his -li/ulc_ul vxpiVKHtuti, tmjii iio! $uIu-rt iiiurmiT, tli'j 1'ru.stun.lo EW KUKN1TURB 8TOHB.Lara< wana houu,. : -L1G41LL BLANkS.AmoWi .I 4
    '; aswulUvi a J PArtqnayftn, fort in Ihr und the W, ii\Mtlio pcriminrr every advantage I W. L. COAN, .1., near Uirirmve,' corner Bay.nid tuura stuaati. Sign pi tbe
    tin4 ', office.* All[ shipper* should have tiem.) of th? coiKTrt ?rand. Prli-o |im). july P ly I Acting (.nahio- $ u or' I k ,

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    tornci.ii.i tom-hon fifty thousand* and doOara.port oflice, at BalM ISnl, Minnesota, and reservations three thousand. dollar See.An&b.itfuthcr.uacted, That of Iha monry* thousand dollar in amount,may be applied in payment Bat each oflico shall 'fir* notfca|

    PUBLIC AOT80FTI1E FORTIETH l or the omtroctkm of ft barge oflee at Xew Teak, thousand For annual dollar repairs of the Frosideaf House, five mentioned herein In the first section of thAi act, when deposited of tlie property or material taken and used tee aforesaid. to the other of the rats it adopt, AI< ef any |
    thousand dollars. as provided, then Khali be retained by the Approved,July SO, 18.
    fifty of For flower-pots, glasses, twine,and so forth, one thousand said district court a sufficient fund to await final decrees nbacqncrt change thereof ) .
    the construction
    court-houae For and office a building at Portland to bo used a* a dollan. In those of the cases enumerated In the ftnt section of An act dcUaratorr of the law in regard to officers cashiered Aftncu VI. ted &ates.
    n' post Maine, fifty For fuel at th* centre building of the Capitol, one thin act, wherein taken to the Supreme
    thousand dollars. thousand five hundred dollars. appeals have been or dismissed frcm the army by the sentence of n The prepayment of pottage .on ordinary. I* witness whereof I Laea
    or VHtVNITED Court of the United States, and that the balance general court-martial. j1
    For the construction thousand dollar of appraiser store at Philadelphia For care of the circle, one thousand dollars. of said money, together with one-half of the anpraUed Be It enacted by the Senate and liou. of llepreseubiUTB ton shall be optional, inbjecl to the condition the Port Office Dspartset to b.-

    STATES. For, fifty the construction-of at DesJ'Iscs For laying pavement through the mall alone Sixth values of the prize steamers Adela and Nits, mentioned of the United States of America in Congresrnaaa. in Article VII, mentioned ; but on n-gistorH with my signature. thed yandiWfc ?*
    a publio building street
    south, opened by act of Congress approved Karen in the second section of this act shill be distributed M That officer of the United ,* .t
    sembled. no of the army and all other i
    1'1kD AT Ttlf FIRST .%AS1&Y. ) Iowa, tor a court-house, post office, and the aooommodatKn second, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven thousand letters, on correspondence mentioned written. %
    ,two those of the
    prize money among the captors In case enumerated States who has been or ball hereafter lo cashiered or
    tnouMml of and offieer dollar of the. tilted States, rljhty- dollar*. In the first section of this act, in which final dismissed from the service by the sentence of a general in paragraph two of the first article, it [MAI.] AIM. If. l&i,

    nine eight For additional repairs of conservatory at the Presi decrees of condemnation have bean entered and wltcib court-martial, formally approved by the proper rvicw- shall IKS obligatory.
    An act taakiiig appropriatioiis for suu cipen same a are reedy for distribution,without reference to the interest lug authority shall ever be n-stoicd to the military MT- ARTICLE Til.It -
    of the governmrnt for the >cs i ending June thirty, \Vuvonln. for a court-h<>uencwt office, and the accommodation ble collection of plants to replace those destroyed by oi the United HUtea In any and all of the said eaues, vice except hy a rvappomtment?, eontirmed l y the innate
    fightfea hundred and Utj-.nlnc, and f.,r ottwt pur officers of the United titates, fifty thou fire, five thousand dollars. 1 which said interest of the United State in each of the of tbu United State howevei, the postage on any torrapoud- I hereby appnrvo

    sand dollar For completing the culvert through the botanic garden said cases, and the proceeds for distribution therein no Approved, July 2, 1808. unto shall bo prepaid insufficiently, it shall nerfithclct and in tctthnonj thanof I b
    Far cmmtnicdon of a publio bulIJln for enstomhcu ,
    it nactrd: Vv the Scnatr ami Hpuve of rupittativr ? a thirteen thousand dollan. well as the interest of the United Stated in the appraised bo forwarded destination bat
    its seal of
    I'nited Htate court-room office at >8 to tho Uaftod (Kate to U aJbtZBy
    : of the United Htatr* of America in Concrv** lii s.tiire eight value of the pnac steamer Adds and Kita, it hereby relinquished An net making appropriations lor the IfjjUlatire, ixetu- -
    ITiat the following anm* be, and tlie HUIC sic rortland. Oregon, fifty dollan : Provided, thousand dollars. for distribution to the captors in those of the tire, nnd judicial vxpcnico of the ovurnmenl lot the charged with the deficient postage. [sw.j A,,*, ,

    hereby appropriated tor the objucU IiirtnatfrrIcseJ rx- That raid building,when completed, shall not cost more For hire of carts on the pnlhc grounds, three thousand eastia enumerated and mentioned In the first ,section of year cmllng the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred Upon iho delivery of any unpaid or iojufficicntly

    for the ftaeat yutt ending the thirtieth of June, j jrightera than one hundred thousand dollars. dollars. this act whcrln decrees condemnation have been er and sixtynluc. paid letter or of other insufficiently the President : -

    * hundred and Birty-nlne. izmcILLuzot. : I For the construction of ft publio building at Spring For purchase and repair of tools used in the public shall be entered, and for payment to the claimants in Hull enacted by the Senate and House of Kepresentative any WILLIAM IL 8swA*
    I Illinois for a court-house, and the paid correspondence there shall bo levied in the ,
    field. rjost office, accommodation ground, one thousand dollar those of said case* wherein final decrees of restitution of the United States of America In Congress nsM ,
    For uecMoary xpmat s In earrjint mt i efferl the of officers of the tnited Htate, twenty- For purchase of trees and trcc-boxcd, to replace, when have been or may bo passed ; and that in each of aid ;in bled, That the following hums If, and tli. same are j United States a fine not exceeding fire cents, Hecretarr of $taim.

    rvcral aeti of Congress anthoriung loan and the ixsuerf five thousand dollar necessary, such a.i have been planted by tho United case wherein final decree condemnation and distribution hereby, appropnatcd, out of any money In the treasury I and in the North Herman Union an additions WASNIMITON, November )2.lT
    treasury note, one million two hundred and fitly Fur completion of the extension and repairs of the States, to whitewash tree-boxes and fences, and to repair have been or shall bo entered, the sum to be paid not otherwise appropriated, for that objects hereinafter I! This
    thousand dollar: Provided, That none of the snid turn custom-house at IVangor. Maine, twenty thousand dollars. pavement in front of the public ground-), three into the treasury of the United States for distribution to expressed, for the lineal year ending the thlrti-th of ;' charge not exceeding two silber groscheii. -

    hall be *pd to pay ootnmlMlon for the parchare. sale, thousand dolhin. the captors shall be one-hnlfofthe gross proceeds of sale June, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, namely : fine, or additions charge, as well as the deficient -

    or oonver on of the bond or note of the United State: For the construction of post orflro and custom-house For lighting the Capitol aud President's house und In said case*, less the costs taxed and allowed by the ron Tiir IXCIUEMAI. AM COMINCCNT tirti>*t.' or postage on all other correspondence than POSTAL CONVZKTJOX
    And provided f urtber. That all necwary letter-piw at Cairo, Illinois, forty-nine tbousand do-IUrs. public grounds around them and around the executive court : Provided, That sum or sums remaining ;
    For the of the and any THI DLriniHtsr or *TITK. letters shall not enter into the accounts between ,
    printing and book-binding, in all tbeaiitrtincntsand completion jnist offices, thirty thousand dollars. alter execution of all decice of distribution and restitution -
    i iHireaua, shall be done and executed atthe (iovernment office building ot Ogdcnsbnrjr, >.ie-w York, forty thou For pay lamp-lighten, gas fitting, plumbing lamp aa hereinbefore provided, be paid Into the treasury For vilaie.hing the law In pamphlet turin and in I j the two office*, but shall bo retained to the use IICLWeU the United Stales of America *

    Printing Office, and not elsewhere, vxorpt resietered sand dollar posts, lanterns, glass, paints, matches, mntormU and of the United State to the credit of the navy pension newspapers of the States and Territories, and in the litv of the collecting office. !{ Colona Government of Boaf K
    . bond* and written records,'*Uich may bo bound as heretofore For repairs and preservation of ouMoni-houm's and repairs of all sorts, five thousand dollan. fund : And provided farther, That nothing herein contained of Washington, forty thousand dollar !j! 1 Article Be ci5.
    at the department. other public building, fifty thousand dollars. For improvement of Capitol ground-1, two thousand shall bo deemed i tin admissIon on tbo part e>f the For proof-reading, and packing tho law and documents ,taiit.i.rUt. / afrrtmtml tstoem OW -
    For carrying out the provision of the act of the For furniture and repairs ot furniture fur the ime: dollars. United States of any liability for the defalcation of the for the various legations and consulates, including The correspondence mentioned in paragraph / the tai'ql SMet and n* tXnenl ,

    thirtieth of August, eighteen liuudrod and ftfty-Jwo, fi>r twenty thousand dollar For continuing the United State twenty-inch water said Clapp a* marshal aforc .ii the better proteeUon of the live of passenger on vesKl For heat In K apparatus for custom-house and other main from its present terminus in north It street on the Approved, July 20, 1868. dollars. the purpose of establishing sad
    der be established the
    propelled in whole or in part by steam, and of the public buildings, thirty-five thousand dollar. For east side of Delaware avenue to tho United States For stationery, blank books, furniture, fixture.*, and regulations to by despatch lag the interchange of mails between

    act amendatory thereof, the following sums to wit vault and states for depositaries, twenty-five thousand twelve-Inch main on First street cost ten thousand dollan. repair, two thousand five hundred dollurx. ing office, but always including the following : States and
    For the Kalarie*of the nuperviBine aid local Inspectors, dullars. An act authorizing the construction of u budge acrcm* For mlHccllancouii item*, two thou-dind hit C hundred First No packe't shall contain anything Uouj Kong sad depea4sni

    rlghtv thousand lour hundred dollar; for the t ravelinsvilKnses For vault for north s ing of treasury building, twen For purchase of stationery! liouk*, mai >, plane, office the MissourI river upon the military rtm-rvntinuat ilollars. bo closed ports, hy mean of the direct has f

    ol the supenUing inspectors, ten thousand ty-five thoUHiud dollars. furniture and contingents of the otlice, three thousand Fort Leavcnvvorth,Kansas.Be For topper-plate printing:, hookx, and mnpn, live thou- which shall against inspection, nor State man packet* plying between
    of Ucirv 6a
    For fixtures and furniture for the north it enacted by the Senate and Jloii>e eiita- written communication to .
    dollnr.or W) rnn >h thereof aa may be necessary: 1'roxtdeid fitting up dollars. cnnd dollars. any whateverexcept cisco and
    t That no Bnpcn-iln; inspoctorhall be allowed wing; ef treasury building, twenty-tire thousand dollar To enable the Sec i etary of the Interior lo pay for fitting tires of the United States of America In Congrens.nibled io- For extrieletk hire' and copjinir, live tliou-and tliil-! state from whom and to wh'-m the packet is hong Kong, e viri-nn me. n J *

    for travel in his district In any one year a greater sum For the north wing of the treasury building and the necessary hhctving. and for record hooks furnished That it shall bo lawful fur the Kanx.n nnd l.ns.t'ur. and the number and it is agreed between the Fort OBee De&ute.?!

    than one thousand dollar: for the traveling expenses of approached, including' ftttinra and fixtures, one hundred or ordered for the office of register of deeds of the District Missouri Bridge Company, a corpoiatum hnvimr. author IF,' yiii i nt jiniiKisi't v.J Hie t/uililni'j mriijiiitt bythrMote sent, price placed upon ol the United tketei and to Post OaesHSat
    build railroad
    the local Inupe-stort, twelve thousand dollars, or M mueh and Bcwuty-nve thousand dollars. of Columbia, during the period when El ward C. ity from the Mate ol Kansas, to n transit limrtturnt.I each pattern or sample of merchandise. mcnt of Hong *"
    thereof aa may be neoensary : Tronded furthi-r, That no For the repairs of the cant front, and incidental rejmira Eddie wag such register, five hundred and fifty dollars.To and wagon bridge across the Iaveuworth ricer upon or oi compi if-ation of four watchmen and two laborers Second. No packet may exceed two feet in Kong :
    local inspcctorshall be showed for travel in any one of the entire building, fifteen thousand dollars. pay William II. Went for service* rendered in near thenulitary reservation of Foit of thu building, four tliatuaial three hninlntl und foot in other dimension. AKTU.LX; I.
    year a greater cum than five hundred dollar I'or the For completion of the branch mint building at Carson taking care of and keeping safely the bonds held in that when constructed all trams of all roads temiinatius twenty dollars. length, or one any The post office of New York an*San

    traveling expense of a special agent of the department, City, Nevada, fencing the ground and for machinery, trust bv the Secretary ol the Treasury for the benefit of at the Missouri river at or near wild the location for of paid For contingent cxpcn.-cs of o.ti-1 building! vu : for nut, Third. Neither office shall bo bound to deliver fi> shall be the United States \\9naa-
    hall be bridge a reasonable once
    one thousand five hundred dollars ; for the expense of fixture, and apparatus, sad for putting up the same, the (Smithsonian Institution, from March lint, eighteen bridge, allowed tu crib fuel, lights, rc-iuiirs. and niisccllancouii eApnixec, twtnthe any article the importation of which maybe of
    the meeting of the board of supervising inspectors, in- one hundred and fifty thousand dollars: Provided hundred and filly, to July first, eighteen hundred and compensation to be paid to the owner there*f t_\- thousand dollars. prohibited by the laws regulations of the and the General Post Office at Hon

    . eluding travel printing of mannel and report, three That thc mint of the United tftatro, and branches, shall sixty-three, two thousand five hundred dolliirs to be And In case of any litigation arising from any ot.stiuction of said- 1 lEAOIy ,'itrmimi.sT. or office of exchange of the colony of
    thousand five hundred dollars, and there shall bo but Continue to reline gold and silver bullion, and no con paid out of tho Smithsonian fund- or alleged obstruction to the free nav igalion country of destination. for all mail transmitted

    one meeting annually of the said lioard, which hU beat tract to xchangc crude or unpartcd bullion for refined To enable the Secretary of the Hcn.ite: to complete the river, the cause may Lc tried before the district rourt of Foi ccunptns.itlonnf the Secretary the TreHsurv, Fourth So long aa any customs duty may bo nder t ,

    the city \Vaehington ou the M-cond Wednesday of bars* i-lnll be made until authorized by lav.INTIRIon alphabetical list of private claim to the end of the see. the United States of any Mate mu which any portion < f tao Assihtunt tjecrctonus of the Treasury, chief clerk, chargeable on articles exchanged in the mont

    C, in each : for stationery, furniture end session of the thirty-ninth Congress, and to out sai .lanuary year DtrAKTVEKT. pay Sec 2. And be it further enacted, That l-riJst maiLs such lie levied for the of
    office and repaIr and transportation of instrument, standing claims for services rendered in the preparation any class four as disbursing clerk, twelve clerks of class duty may use Titers shall be
    and for fuel and lights, fifteen thousand dollars. /:,I./ Of Office for Surrtyort Ottitrat. of said work under a resolution of the Senate of March built under the provisions of thin act ihall not bein any thrvcfuurteen clerks of class two. two clerks of dat's the customs. aa exchange of dohrpo-

    For farililating eommanicatlon between tho Atlantic Fur rent uf surveyor general's pffico in Oregon, luo', sixteenth.i-lirhtn'ti hundred and iitv-ix. two thousand ease ol K8 elevation than fifty feet above extreme hipli- two, (transferred from the Third AU'litOr'soflice,) lif- lt further agreed that small localcarrier's between the United State of AawrfcacoloneyofllongKonjbynwantofUnH
    18 except
    water mark umlen loo us point clark of class
    Incidental > tech one, (two of whom were transferred
    and other includinit
    electrical thousand books, h-tttloncry, -- dollars.
    and raclfieMaUiiby u-ktrrapo,forty expenses the !bottom chord of the shall the be it shall exist in the .
    bndirc: nor spans fiom the Third Auditor's office, charge, (so long as
    ) one ,
    T>ny of messenger, one thousand dollar That the bum of fifteen thousand dollars, or as much messenger one as- nail packet between
    For expenM-* in detectIng and bringing to trial anti For rent of surveyor general' office of California and thereof may IKS necessary, be,and the same la hereby, of lei* than two hundred fifty feet in length.poraihil In the distant mexgcnger. and three laborers, one hundred mul rural districts of North Germany,) no charge plying Sa Vlnadioo aal
    clear and the of said bridge shall be 1 with
    punishment iicn onii eruntged iu counterfeiting treasury Arizona, fuel, books, stationery, and other (incidental appropriated, out of any money In the treasury not the current, of piers the and the shall l> one thousand eight hundred dolbtm. whatever, otherwise than is herein expressly Hong Kong, comprniaf;letter, newtpuers.aa4
    notes, bonds and other securities <>f the United State, expenses, including pay of rncrocngcr, two thousand otherwise appropriated, lo defray the expenses of the river, mum span cover In the construction branch of tbu treasury : Eur su- prices current oriftnarmr an4 netedfa
    the main channel of the river, at low natcr.Pec. pcniaing ntchiloct, three thousand dollars asjvat.i't provided, shall be levied or collected on the letters &
    well tho coin of the United \utvt, and other dollan. Joint Committee Ordnance, and that the tame shall ; United States and
    a* as 3. And be it further enacted That for the of addressed to .
    fraud thoj government, one hundred and fill} For oflico rent of the surveyor general of Washington be drawn from the treasury, upon the order of the Secrttarj nee KuporTisingj architect, two thousand dollars; for two and other correspondence exchanged.ARTICLK aaiWterato
    upon railroads to said from either tide of the in and
    leading bridge cU-iks of clAs f-Ur Hong Kong those
    thoucand dollars Territory, fuel, book, stationery, and other incidental of the Senate as it shall IHJ required ; and any portion three thousand six hundred dollars: IX. Ouwse Met* with
    To meet rspertaes incurred -in the prosecution and cxiieuie*. one thousand dollars.For of the amount hereby appropnated that shall be allowed river there in hereby granted a right of way through for four clerks of UCK three, six thousand four hundred which the Bong Kong poet office Vaa

    collection of claim due the United State, fifteen thousand oflice rent of the surveyor general taf Kansas, by the said joint committee to witnesses attending said Fort Lcavenwoi military rotfcrvution not exceeding alaul are ; for two ilciku of class one, two thousand four Any correspondence may bo registered, as relations including the of ps
    for all of said roads three hundred feet width : port Caatea
    dollar, to be disbursed under the direction of the fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expense, before it, or other persons employed in its service1for in hundred dollars; and one ssongcr, seven hundred anal] well international correspondence as that originating Swatow .&mey,
    1'roTlded That said roads do not interfere Foochow and
    in any way twenty dollars; in alleighteen and vice
    thoiusaudfime hundred
    of the TreasuryKor one thousand dollars. t>er diem travelling or other necessary expenses and in or destined for other countries to vena, if -
    retary supiil- dofirlency in the fund for tho relief of For office rent of the surveyor general of Iowa and paid by the Secretary of the Senate, in put nuance of the with the public buildings on said military reoerratlon jwenty dollars;-nnd the clause in act of March fourteen, which these administrations respondence originating and posted fa Horn.
    Bee 4. And be it further enacted 'Ihnt the Kansas two -
    hundred and Nebraska fuel books other Incidental orders of said committee shall IKJ cightei hundred and eixty-fi-ur, 'roibiing for the offi- may respectively
    sick and disabled aeamen one fifty thousand stationery, und joint accordingly Kong and the Chinees port above Jjrff
    and iluflouri bridge be, and the same is heieby, established curs, clerks, and mcBuengers in the construction branch serve at intermediaries for the transmission faf
    dollar: rrovided, That hereafter the Secretary of expense, one thousand five hundred dollar credited and allowed by the account officers of tinTrens-
    as a post road, and thaUald bridge company shul of the Treasury Department, is hereby continued in end addressed to and deliverable in the UahJ
    the Treasury shall communicate at each annual session For rent of surveyor general's office in the Territory uiy Department. of such registered articles. Each department
    have the right to take from said reservation, at such
    of Congress a full and complete statement in detail of of Dakota, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental To enable the Joint Committee on the Library to paj places ua shall bo designated by the Secretary of War, and force no until longer.July one, eighteen hundred unit sixty-nine, shall notify the other of the countries to State
    the amount*collected from caiueo, and also the amount expenses, one thousand dollar Un. Sarah F. Ames an additional compensation for AaTictn IlL
    expended for rick and disabled seamen, in accordance For rent of office for the surveyor gcncial of Colorado her marble bust of President Lincoln, five hundred dollan. all stone,timber, and earth necussary to was in the con- For first Comptroller of the Treasury, chief clerk, six which it may thus serve as intermediary. The

    with the provisions of the act of :41s7, eighteen hundred and Utah Territories, fuel, book, stationery, and other ruction of said bridge. clerk of class four, eight clerk of class three, seven Each department shall use its best exertions postage to be levied and ceQeetel at O*
    Bee. 5. And l be it further enacted That the right to
    clerks of class two, thrcu of them office of
    ( transferred in
    from the
    incidental one thousand dollars.For For of the trial of the impeachment of Andrew mauiag United SUtai toa
    .nd two. expense expenses for the safe when miscarried for let-
    alter amend this act to all delivery or,
    so nr remove Third ,
    or as hirYcnt .Autiitor'sofike
    For aalarle* of commissioners under "aii act to pro- rent uf office of the surveyor general of Idaho, Johnson, President of the United States, six thou .) two clerk of class one, one me.- ten, newspaper and price* camat
    material obstructions to the of said liver by eettiaei
    ride for the revision and consolidation uf the statute fuel, book, stationery, and other incidental expenses, sand dollar or so much thereof as may be necessary, navigation bonger, and two laborers, in all, fortj-three thousand the recovery of any registered correspondence, for ,
    the of renervcdBee. Hong Komr and the above
    laws Of the United states," aI'rured June twenty- one thousand dollars. to be paid into the contingent fund of the Senate. construction bridges, Is hereby eipreshly seven hundred and forty dollar. but is not responsible pecuniarily for the low of eatgaated(Cfcaej*
    6. And bo it further enacted That it shall be
    seventh. eighteen hundred and wxty-eli, rind fur t-leri- For rent of office for the surveyor general of Nevada, For the purchasing suitable sites for the erection of lawful for the Saint Joseph and Denver, City Railroad any such correspondence ports, with which llong Kong ha* postal .

    ilaemeeaiia other Incidental expenses, the printing fuel, book, stationery, and other Incidental expense, additional school houses and for the maintenance of Company, a corporation created by the laws of the ABTICLK X. nections, shall be tan cent per aingle rate tf
    the Uoveniment 1'nnting Office, wvcn- one Ihoubaud fire hundred dollars. school in the county of Washington, outside of the
    done half
    to be thousand by dollar 1 or rent of office of*nrveyor general Montana, fuel, limits of the cities of Washington, and Georgetown, the State ot Kansas, to build a bridge over and aero.the Registered correspondence shall, in addition an ounce or under on letter, sad two cssfe
    teen Missouri river at Haiut Missouri and all the
    For T*yment of the mertwngcrs ut the nspocttvcKtatc book, Stationery, and other incidental expenses, one same to be expended under the direction of the levy rights and privileges conferred Joseph by sections; I, i, 4, and 5 to the postage, be subject to a registration fee, each on newspapers and price currtnt ; ai
    the seat the vote thousand dollars. court of the of Washington subject to the the to be levied
    for conveying to government county approval postage and collected atTIss.
    of this act are hereby extended, *o far as they are applicable CONVENT IUNAGKECI not exceeding ten cents in the United States,
    of aid State* for i'rw.ldcnt and v'ree- uf the Secretary of the Interior, ten thousand
    electors and
    of the .3Iiiing. to the Bamt and Denver City Railroad Kong dependent Chinees eneemjpondence
    of the United Ute, twent.vfivcthone.uidTowVrd dollar. Joseph and not exceeding two eiTher groechea in the ports,
    i'reskdent For collecting btatiatica of mines and mining, twenty- Bee. 2. And be it further enacted, That there be, and Company, and the restriction, limitations, und coudi ) VPWX North German Union and this fee shall be always originating in those port sad eWtaed -

    J rebuilding the United States Military .As. five hundred dollars, lo be expended under the direction Is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury lions contained in said section arc hereby made iipjait- to the United State, hall U sight emit

    soldiers at Togns near Augusta Me.. of the Commissioner of the General Land Office. not otherwise the cum of nine thou cable to said company. prepaid. ar
    for disabled Between the 1'obt Departments of the United; single rate of half
    lum tad
    20 onncs
    by accidental fire, twenty-live thousand dolS" For expenses of receiving, arranging, and taking care nd two hundred and Mxty-three dollar and eighty Approved, July 18ua. ARTICLZ XI. or oa ISKea.

    tar.. frovndcd, That the building shall be completed of copyright l ooki, charts, and other copyright matter, five rent, or so much thereof as may be nocebsary, to States of America and of the North German Accounts between the two offices shall be regulated and two cent t -- each newspaper or price.car-

    without any further appropriation by the government the one Patent thousand Office eight fund.rrnito hundred. dollars, to be paid out of pay balance duo for the survey of land embraced in the An act for the registration or enrolment of cirl-iin f.>r- Union for time amelioration of the PostalService on the following basis From the total rent No postal account shall be kept betwesa

    Far the payment for the Congressional t hobo and Ap- Usage Indian reservation, in the State of Kansas, wide: sign vcstcls.Bo between the two countrita.Aprici.E the respective postal department* the ;
    ttMdix. for the fiscal year ending June thirty, eighteenkindred tionKa rxisa THE niiipmwMoj. or mr AK I1 I- contract dated August fourteenth, eighteen hundred it enacted hy the Senate and House of KeprcKUta amount of postages and register fees collected apom correspondence

    and sury-oight, twenty thousand dotlari!; to KIT Or TIIK CAPITOL HTKS8IO and sixty-six, the said sum to be returned to the truas tires of the United States of America in Cougre.-g assembled I. by each office on letters, added to the total exchanged between them nadsr this

    be taken from the appropriation heretofore made and For repairing and finishing the Capitol extension,one ury out of the proceeds of the ale of said lands, as pro That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and beIB There shall be an exchange of correspondence amount of prepaid postages and register-fees on arrangement, but each department shall dclinr
    r nnFTTiended for the porchaae of one complete act ot the hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That no improve vided by treaties With said Indian. hereby, authorized and dm tied to issue certificate the correspondence which it receive* irea tt
    between the United Stales of America and the other correspondence w hich it despatches the *
    7innncsional Olobe and Api cndix for each senator Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, lhal thu sumo of ,
    ments. alterations, or repairs of the Capitol building registry or enrolment and license to the schooner other free of all
    &arMeBentaUve who ha not already received them shall bo made except by direction and under the super seven thousand seven hundred and seventy-five dollars, "Bob," of St. Andrew, New Brunswick ; and to the following North (ierroan Union, by means of their respective despatching office shall deduct the amount required postage charge, that i* te aty,

    tcavtv or TvI COASV. vision ol the architect of the Capitol extension or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated named Canadian-built vcsbcU, to wit The post departments ; and this corresjRmdenro at the agreed rate, for the cost of the intermediate the Hong Kong post department agree teesliv-

    ; For the survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coatts of the For the repairing and finishing the work on the new out of any money In the treasury not other- schooner"Koyal Albert," of OakTillc-: the bark "John shall embrace transit thereof between the two er without charge all letters, aewtpafen, sai
    tlnrled States, including compensation nf civilians engaged dome of the Capitol, five thousand dollar wise appropriated, to pay for the balance duo for Mil Bredcn," the schooner "Prince Alfred," and that brigan prices current
    in the work, and excluding pay and emolument For paiui ng the exterior of the cat-tern portion of the vcying several Indian reservations in Utah Territory; fine "Orkney Lass," all of Kingston ; tho schooner 1st. letters ordinary and registered. frontiers, and the amount ot the two net sums brought by the United State

    of oTh of the army and navy, and petty officers and City Hall in Washington, fourteen hundred dollars. the survey of which was provided for by act of Congress "Oeorgo Henry," of Toronto; the schooner "Annexa :2d. Newspapers, book-packet, prints of all shall bo equally divided between the two offices. mail packets, addressed to hong Keag, anl, -

    ,iien of tbe navy employed in the work, two hundred lot resetting steps, calking cornice, and painting, approved May fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four. lion," of I'ortl lope; unit the schooner .Emperor," o If kinds, (comprising plans engraving ARTICLE XII. also, to forward without charge su seek Jettsn,
    ezity-.ve thousand dollars. hundred and dollars. doc. 4. And be it further enacted, That the hum othirtynine St. Catherines also the anal maps, ,
    seven barges "Chaniplam"
    and e fifty ; tc.
    For continuing the survey of the wt bU>rn coast uf the For repairing rough-casting and other plastering, one thousind and fourteen dollars and sixty "Uochclega," of Quebec ; the bark "Monarch," the drawings, photographs, lithographs, and all The two post departments shall establish by newspapers, aa are addreseed to the liaeus

    United State including compensation of civilians t-n- bundled dollars. three cent), or so much thereof may bo necessary, is brig "Sea lull," and the schooner "Smith Ac Post," all other like productions of mechanical processes, agreement, and in conformity with the arrangements ports above named, south of Saagheaaae

    ged In the work, one hundred and thirty thousand For repairs to tin roof and rainpouU, two hundred not hereby heretofore appropnated appropnated, out of,any to money for the in the treasury of the of Uakville ; the schooner Welland," of at, Cathe Hheets of music, Arc.,) and patterns or samples of in force at the time, the conditions upon the United State portal department, ea its *toaagrou
    dollar pay survey rifles the schooner "Governor," of Montreal the deliver
    ; ; to without
    For pnUUhing the ol aerv Uons made in the pro res* For sundry bncV and earper.ter'> work, three hundred Osage Indian trust bind ceded to the United BUitrt un- schooner "L. S. Bhuklana," of St. Catherine; the merchandise*, including grains and socds. which tho two offices may respectively exchange eharre aU bttoa,

    of the ooaal survey of the United Staler, inrludiiig coinvenatlon and fifty dollar del treaty concluded September tuenty-niuth, eighteen schooner "Victoria," of Toronto; mid vessels being And such correspondence may bo exchanged, in open mails the correspondence originating in newspapers, &c., originattag ha Masg Kong er

    of civilian employed in the worU, live tbou- renovating and ventilating court-room, four hundred hundred and sixty-five, upon a contract made with the owned by citizens of the United States, and having been whether originating in either of said countries or destined to other foreign countries Io which the port mentioned, and ibnrand byiaid ptdtt >
    dollars. dollar: Provided. That the authorities General Land Oflice under date of September eighteen, at all llmeb the waters of the )lakes: 1'rovided. addressed
    .nd corporate employed upon to and deliverable ia the Uaitei
    For pay aid ration of engineer* fvr steamers used In of the city of Washington appropriate und expend a like eighteen hundred and Mxty-tix, and another contract for That there shall be paid upon each of aid for and destined for the other, or originating in or they may reciprocally serve as intermediaries.

    the hvdrograpny of the coaiit survey im longer supplied sum for painting and repairs of the western portion of another portion of said trust lands, dated May twenty eiim-built vessels a las equal to the internal rvvenn destined for foreign countries to which these It is always understood, however, that such States. AU letter, newipapen,*&, deipafcaai

    liv the Kavy Department, per act of June twelfth, said building. eighth, eighteen hundred and *Lxtv-scveii ; which survey tax upon the materials and construction of iniilar vessels may respectively serve as intermediaries. correspondence shall only be charged with the by either office to the other, under tht* uxn -

    .iVbteen hundred and fifty-eight, ten thousacd dollar For the annual repairs, such a* painting, glaring is according to the provi-ious of the second article of American bnil rate applicable to direct international *
    and maintenance of the complement of roof in order also of treaty concluded with said tribe September twenty 20, 1865. correspondence *
    ,For keeping water pipe*, lavements, Approved, July
    vessels nicd in the coast survey,thirty thousand dolUr and approachri,to public building, fifteen thousand dol- ninth, eighteen hundred and Mxt>-five.See. AIUKLK U. augmented by the postage due to "paid all,, in red ink, on the right hand apyer

    90HVUCR9 AB JCORTBwri LACES. la'- 5. And be it further enacted. That there lx-, and corner of the face of the ulilieej and haU else
    The offices lur the of imiiln bhalbe foreign countries and by other tax for ,
    exchange exterior
    An act the tax comnnsniunci for the rft.itof any
    of northern and northwestern lakes is hereby, appropnated, out of in the treasury concerning
    Fur the survey 1'or continuing the work on the north front of the any money Arkansas.Be service. bear the stamp of the mailing exchange efi a
    dollar not otherwise appropriated, the sum of three thousand -
    tbousand -
    Patent Ulllco and for O
    sventy-nvc building, improving street from
    toirr-Morsi STA UCIIMENV. Seventh to Jsintli, ten thousand dollar. three hundred and mtv-two dollars and three it enacted by the Hcnatc and House of ltuprcstu- ( cents to pay the balance due ror tktr burt CV of the land totive or tho United Stat,-. of America in Congress assembled office on their back.
    Jale and Pacific coasts ,ir New to fix timo if
    For the Atllnt)4fJuIf, J : MITHnOMAX IStSTITCTIOX. embraced in the Omvhaand Wionobogo Indian rcserva That the acts and proceedings which hae 1st. York. right a necessary, when this rule

    For supplying the light-houses and beacon-lights skins with For the predurvatiou of the collections of the exploring Lion in the State of Nebraska, under contract dated August been had or jierforined by any two of the tax commisnonem I'd. Boston.yd. shall only apply to correspondence despatched ARTICLE IV.

    oil wick, glass chimney, chamois, cteauin,,whiting towels,, und surveying expeditions of the government, four fourteenth,eighteen hundred and sixty-six, as pio- m and for the State of Aikanvm, shall have tb,, ; Portland. from the United Mates for tuih other countries, The postal department of the United stales

    brushes pirtu .of and wine other, polishing n.tssary' powder expenseS of the tame, and thousaiad dollars. vided by a treaty with the Omaha Indian and authorIzed same force and effect as if had and performed >>j till! 4th. Detroit. unless tho latter shall have accepted tho same and of Hong Kong shall each return te ti*
    by act of Congress approved July twenty-right, three of said commissioners.
    keeping iirrepair the llgbbne apparaui- two huudred XfTROrilLITAN I'OLIO. eighteen hundred and sixty-six. Approve J, July 20, 1S68, 5th. Chicago. rule in behalf of the correspondence despatched other, monthly, or a* freequently a*their ngslations -
    1'rovided That the
    1.iki fortviJi thousand 4oUar' authorized, For nuliitiea and oOier necessary eipcum-n of the metropolitan Sec. 6. And be it further enacted That the Commie- (*) on the part ot the North (Jermai through them by the North German officw. will allow, all letter*, newipa eti, fto.,
    Ctgt-buuac Board be, and hereby is, to apF for the District of Columbia hundred siouerof General Land Office i without
    lulice two hereby authorized to claim, which cannot for t*
    "for bnildiiag aI An act amendatory of on act approved .July twcntj-Mx Union : ARTICLE XIII. any cans
    approprlittCd ,
    .sn iflt heretofore and eleven thousand and tilt} dollars : Provided continue the extension of the geological explorations as
    ; t-bouse On $ proper site at TowI'vidge" PoInt. iniiiider That u further sum, amounting to one hundred and five begun in Nebraska under the provision* of the second eighteen hundred and bixty-slx, entitles! '-An act to 1st. Aachon, (Abc la Clmpelle ) Each office grants to the other the pritik.geuftransit delivered.

    iy, in the Bute of Mi-higan such, to building a thousand fi\u hundred and twenty-five dollar, shall be section of the deficiency act of Congress,approved Marc] establish authorize them the conduction as roads.uf"certain bridge,I anal to 2d. Bremen. of tho closed mails exchanged, in either AKTICLK TAn
    found poet
    If be
    lighV-bouae on a more eligible site, further can That paid so the raid metropolitan police force by the cities two, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, United State Whereas the 8t. Louts and Illinois HiIJi 3d. Uamburg.Tho direction, between the latter and exchange of mails shall abo take place
    CVinpanj, country
    And wrovlded ; any
    in the immediate vicinIty : of Waliiuct n find Georgetown, and the county of SlaluU-8, eighteen hundred and rixty-six and eighteen
    the aw ropnation now available forYcbuiMing the light. Washington (Ix-yond the limits of sold cities,) in the hundred and sixty-st v en, page four hundred and seventy organized the under and the St. laws Louis of the State of Xlint-oun, aud two post departments may at any time to which tho other may servo as intermediary, between the United States postal apaey atYoUuuna
    house at Bailey' Harbor, take Mlch an that, be apj-lied to< District of Columbia, in the proportion corresponding to other portions of the public land ; and for that under an act of the general Bridge assembly Companj ot the State organize of 11-] discontinue either of said offices ot exchange or by its usual means of mail transportation, whether Japan, and the hong Koaf feat
    . the erection of a new etructnrw between point aiyJforth to the number of patrolmen olottdl severally to naid purpose the sum of five thousand dollar I is hereby office, by- mean of United State Bail *
    end Its completion the light at I alley appropriated llnois, have been consolidated, m pursuance of the anthority establish others by mutual consent. on sea or land!, and the terms of transit fftckstt.
    1T upon precincts and the authorities of aid cities out of in the not otherwise
    ; corporate any money treasury -
    granted to the said Illinois and St. Louis shall comprisiag correspondence origisaitBf Japan
    discontinued. UnJg be-agreed when the exercise of the
    Harbor hall) te and the levy court of said county art) hereby authorized appropnated. upon
    For the necessary repairs and incidental i-XpeDMiS, Improvinf -- and required to levy a special tax, not exceeding one- Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, Tlial the Commit Ity Company granted, In to their the St act Louis incorporation and Illinois, and the author ARTICLE III privilege id lequircd. and addressed to hong Kong aad UM Cia*

    and refiUiiiit light-housei and bushings connected third of one centum, to li appropriated and stoner of Patents be authorized to rent under the direction Bridge Company abort and wi
    thousand dollars. per expended by an act of the general assembly of the State of Each office snail make its own arrangements ARTICLE XIV. ports designated, vana, eeata.pondonco -
    therewith, two hundred for said for the service of the fiscal of the Committees Patents of the Senate
    only, on and of
    For aalarie ot live hundred and eightv-ntne keei. r* year ending June purpose thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty- the House of Itrprcsentatlvc, such room a* may be Missouri approved March ninetev nth, eighteen htm for tho despatch of its mails to tho other office The postal accounts between the two offices originating in Hour Keaf sad 4.-

    of lirht-houhc and lighted bcacon nd their assistants, nine.5PNIs. necessary for the speedy and convenient transition of dred Be and it enacted sixty-eight by the: Therefore Senate and, liaise of by regular lines of communication ; and shall shall bo stated quarterly, and transmitted and pendent Chinese ports and addreawd to Japan,

    four bundred dollar and cighty- cven thousand three hundred Ot IHC COLI.CI1IOX <,r KMSM1* rKOM $ALL the businciM of the office : Provided, That all the lives of the United States of America in Congress Itepieacnta adsembled. at its own cost pay the expense of such inter verified as speedily as practicable ; and the balance !- subject to the nme tarm and cooiitiooi as

    and For fiftV'tw aalariea* of keepers of ligbt-voiotK, twculy-oiie OF i-eiii.ic LAND- money the hands standing of the to the Commissioner credit of the of"patent Patents fund, and," all oin ] That the company fornuM by tins consotida mediate transportation. found due shall bo paid to the creditor office those established bjr Article IH of tik eotvtaticra -

    tlioownd three hundred dollar For *lguirs and coramitnions rcRlntera and receivers money* hereafter received at the Patent Office, for any lion, under the name and style of thu'lllmois and St The two offices, however, mutually agree either by exchange on London or at the with respect to tac correspondence exchanged

    For seamen' wage, rensirs, supplies, and incidental of public moneys at ixtv-&ix land offices, two hundred or from source whatever shah be into Louis Bridge Company, is hereby recognised and dc. debtor betweoo the United States sad Hang
    of twenty-four light vessels, two hundred and and forty-four thousand eight hundred dollars- the purpose received any without paid dared to be acoiponition by that n.iinc, with full; in making contracts for tho despatch of: office, as the creditor office may desire.
    Kpensem as deduction
    F thirty-two thowwnd two hundred and ninety dollars. Fur incidental expenxo of the land officer, fifteen treasury; and the sum of two hundred any and fifty thousand whatever power and authority to construct H bridge across the mails from American ports, or from European The rate for the conversion of the money of Kong and dependent Chinese porta.

    For expense of raining,deaiiing, painting, repairing, thousand lire hundred dollar dollars Is hereby appropriated for salaried and micellaneou MisHiHHippi river opposite the city of St. Louis, in con ports, those steamers and lines should always the two countries shall be fixed by common AmcLB VI.
    the act ot which this
    remoortng, and supplying losses the of beacons Iwo and hundred buoy*. sVaTEYlao rne FOBLK L5'V-. and contingent expenses of the Patent Oilice, and the formity rights tu, privileges, and i>OwN ID granted amendatory and,conferred with all be employed, so far as consistent with the rates agreement between the two offices. All letters, newspapers, and pales. cotroi ti'

    and and fifty lot chain thousand and dollar sinkers fur same For sUti eying the public lands in Minnesota, at rates for withdittwal bo and for monies l moneys) paid by mistake by the several acts of the general*MHC'inblies of the State of postage, by which the mails despatched shal ARTICLE XV. tended to bo forwarded from Uoaff Kong t* tim
    to disbursed under the direction of
    and incidental uf refilling and not exceeding ten dollar per lineal mile for standard the Aecretnr of lllinoix and Miesouii to the respective companies lay earliest arrive their When in of United State by the direct UceofUad State*
    For repair expenses lines dollar for and nix of the Interior. And It shall lie the duty of the Com which at destination ; and when any port either country a cloeed
    seven townxhip, dollars for the consolidation of the ttnid Illinois und
    improving thousand'fog-dcnal dollar and building connected therewith, section lines, twenty thousand dollar missioner of Patent to communicate to Congress at the Louis t>ndge Company nus formed, and not inconsiti St the speed is substantially the same, that the mail is transferred from one vessel to another mail packet running between 8aa Fjaacuce

    twenty For visiting and inspecting light and other For surveying the public lands In Dakota Territory, detailed commencement account uf of every December session B full and tent with the provisions of the act to which this ait is most favorable pecuniary conditions should bo without any expense to the office of the country and Hong Kong must be specially t\lt\\mtl\ \ \ tebe
    expetue received
    aid* to navigation, two thousand dolUn. including the land along the Ked River of the North, at oflice; indofall moneys money expended by by him virtue under of said and amendatory: And provided further, That in constructing preferred. It is also agreed that the cost of international where the transfer is made, such transfer shall forwarded by the route.Amcu .
    rate not ten dollars lineal
    mile hall bo
    exceeding for said them
    standard of
    one leant
    per at JIve
    For a lighted beacon hundred on Rose dollar Island, Karragauxet bar, lines, scscn dollar for township, and six dollars by virtue of this provision for said contingent and mbtccllaneous hundrtd feet clear between piers. span ocean and territorial transit of the not be subject to any postal charge by one office VII.

    even For thousand repair and five renovation at Watch Hill, North for suction lines, twenty thousand dollar. the expenses, and for salaries, and the names of Sex 2. And be it further enacted, That the said corporation closed mails between the respective frontiers against the other. The two postal department 'may ej mataat

    Dumpling and Sarbrook. light station, Connecticut, For surveying the public lands In Nebraska rates amount persons thereof to paid whom to such each.salaries are paid, and the may execute s mortgage and usue bonds i>aj. shall bo first defrayed by that ono of the two ARTICLE XVI content rnaks such detailed regulation a* shill

    tea thoonnd dollar three lines not exceeding, six dollars ten for dollar township per,lineal and five mile dollar for standard for sec Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That the city of across able, principal the Mississippi and interest river, m and gold approaches, and their thereto bndg departments which shall have obtained from the Official communications addressed from one be found necessary to carry oat the objecfr ifthis

    For ft fog ataUon at atnn's Neck light station, tion lines Georgetown, tho city of Washington,and the levy court intermediaries tho office to the arrangement such regulation to be ta
    thooaand deJUnu forty thousand dollars. when constructed,shall bo a post road to carry the mail most favorable pecuniary other shall not bo the occasion of >
    For surveying the public land in Kansas, at rates not of the county of Washington, District of Columbia, be, of the United Stale, and the minable at time raseonahle aetiee
    For the erection of a pennancnt buoy on Success and they are hereby, authorized to levy and collect a enjoy nguu and privl terms for such conveyance ; and any amount so any accounts between the two offices. any on a tqr
    dollars lineal mile for .
    exceeding ten standard lines of other roads.8fc !
    dollan. per leges post either
    Sock Long bland sound, three thousand special tax on the taxable within their advanced by one for account of the ARTICLE XVII. office.
    property other ahall
    Reach and nix dollars for township, and five dollars for suction reopec 3. And bo it further enacted, That wild .
    Tot repairs and reoovation at Krockway' live jurisdiction for the of school houses corporation ARTICM Vni.i
    erection and
    Xordco' Flat beacon eleven thousand four hundred linos, forty thousand dollars. may hold their meetings m either the State ot 1111no bo promptly ro-imbursod. Letters wrongly sent, or wrongly addressed,
    dollar* For surveying the public lands in Idaho, at rates not the each support uf public schools, not exceeding tlftr cents u or the State of MLnouri, as thu board of director or not deliverable for whatever cause shall be This coa-ention shall come iato eperaSea tie

    For protecting the light-liou alto at Uanx-gat, New lines exceeding, twelve fifteen dollar dollar for per lineal and mile for standard sensed on and one collected hundred as dollars other for taxes.any one year, to be aa may elect, and the directors may be citizens of any of ARTICLE IV. returned to the originating office, at its, expense, first day of November, 1888 aad shall *e
    township ten dollan for the United Status, and said
    Jersey For a, wren new lantern thousand at dollan.Delaware Breakwater light *Utioo section lines, fifteen thoacuud dollars.. Sec.of'J. laws And be that it fur.her enacted, That all law and aural In any circuit court of the corporation United States may :sue I'rovidccl and The standard weight for the single rate of if au 3 expense is incurred. Registered corre- terminable at any time on a notice by eftier
    parts regulate the of labor the
    tw thoosaad dollar. For surveying the public land in Colorado, at rate Government Printing Office be, and prices the same are in here That nothing in this act or in any previous legislatIon international postage, and rule of progression, sport nence of all kinds, not deliverable for any office of six months.Inwitiieeewhemeo4.

    For rang light on Sullivan') island, Charleston har not lines exceeding twelve dollars fifteen dollars for per lineal mile for standard by,repealed ; and it shall bu the duty "f the Congressional affecting the premises shall be so construed as to deprive shall bt)-. cause, shall also be roturuud in like manner. I have herete sit **y
    township ten dollar for the of the States of Illinois
    legislatures and Missouri
    tier thousand dolhw
    fifteen *
    section lines thousand dollan.rm Printer to contract kith the IH-I-HOII in that imployment 1st. For letters 15 All other correspondence which cannot be delivered hand and the seal of the Post Oce Departeeset
    forty the the tolls
    For day beacon on Outer Rocks, mouth of Savannah .- _.._..__,.i_.._ .k l,_ .---_-.-_ ,,. at such price a* are for tho interest of the right to regulate and fare which mav be grammex. this twelfth
    river, two thousand dollar ** VJ flUe vuv UVUUUA J Lilly aciwnu sue oiais and those charged by said company for the use of such budge : 2d. For all other correspondence mentioned shall remain at the disposition of the receiving day November, 1957.L. .
    government, are just to
    For the light-house at Cape Canaveral of Nebraska and Territory of Colorado,and that portion employed.Sec. Provided further, That the tolls now fixed by the legislaturesof office. [ s.] At.wrW BAXVALZ
    rebuilding 10. And be of tho Any
    of the western boundary of the State of Nebraska embraced it further enacted That for the par Illinois and Missouri shall not hi increased paragraph two first article, that which postage upon correspondence ,

    light Florida, in, and addition JUtuig to it former tip with appropriation a first order,catadioptric thirty thouAd between the forty-tint and forty-third degrees pose of executing the fourth article of the treaty of Approved, July iO, 18(>8. tho despatching oflico shall adopt for tho mails returned which shall have been charged Poet matter GeacnlIn !

    doCa vf latitude, estimated three hundred ana twenty miles, Washington eighteen hundred, concluded and ou the ninth the day of August of the, which it despatches to the other, adapted to the against the office of destination, shall be discharged witness whereof I hare horaonto Ml mj
    forty-two, Secretary
    For reimbursing the keeper at Timbalier light-hoiue at not exceeding fifteen dollars per mile, four thousand convenience from the account hand and the seal ef the colony of Hong Kwg,
    U and habits
    eight hundred dollars; to he expended under the direction Treasury hereby authorized and directed to pay to An act providing for the sale of u portion of the For of its interior adminis
    dii loss of their four iondred private .od7' destroyed with the uf Commissioner of the General Land Office. the .State of Maine for ninety-one thousand one bun Uratiot military reservation In St. Clulr county, in the tration. But each office shall give notice to the ARTICLE X'S III. at Victoria herein, this tenth day of ingest,

    0 Itght-hoae For ranre, lighto at Bailer's Harbor, "Wisconsin, six For surveying the public lands in Kevada, at rates State dred and to settlers twenty-five under acres of land assigned by said State of Michigan. other of the standard weight it adopts and of In view of thn desire 1867.
    not exceeding fifteen dollan per lineal mile for standard said article, a sum equal to one Be it en- cted by the Senate and.]louse of Represents possible of other German RICHARD GRATIS MAO Doxxau
    thooaand dollar*. line, twelve dollan for township, and ten dollan for dollar and twenty-five cents per acre; and to the Comm lives of the United States of America m Congress as- any subsequent change thereof. states to avail themselves of the advantages ,
    For repair and renovation at Beaver Island light
    UttoB, nv.thoiMaod dollar. section lAnce, fifty thousand doUais. on wealth of Massachusetts for twenty-six thousand tumbled, That the Secretary of War be, and he Is hereby Tho rulo of progression shall always bo an of postal association with the States Governor aid Commaad
    For renovating and relighting the llght-honM on For snrreving tie public lands in Arizona, at rates no dollar one hundred and and fifty acre of land a sum Provided equal to one authorized to sell, at such times as he may deem additional single rate for each additional standard embraced in the North German Union now 1 hereby approve the afbregoiag eonreatioo,
    twenty-five cents acre : That it is further
    exceeding fifteen dollan per most advantageous to the interests of this
    lineal mile for standard and
    government, in
    per ssalof
    firhfcMi talaod. Lake 4x thousan 1 dollar testimony thereof I have caaei the
    Superior before said turns the State of Maine MaMtchuselU weight or thereof. Tho
    are bId and
    lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollar for *- and m such manner a* hereinafter provided, all tha weight agreed that the provisions of this convention
    rior.For with a lange a tor oflighu bell or such for Copper other ear-clgnal Harbor. Lake as the 8up bee. section lines, live thousand dollars.For shall agree with the United A'Ulc* that the portion of the military reservation known as Fort Un stated by the despatching office shall always bo shall bo cx.teud4 to and shall comprise the United State* tq be affixed.

    rrtary of the Treasury oil the recomnwindauon of heUghtbouM surveying the public land in California at rate settlers in upon Maine their entitled public lands to be quieted in the late disputed their territory dot,in St. Clair county, In the State ol Michigan, vvhicl accepted except in case of manifest mistake.It them, whenever such other States shall declare [1'si ANT>RIW JiwiantaByth.I'meaidentt -
    posses- lies south of line due
    not exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard as running west from the couth end
    Board may adopt, in addition to former appropriattoD won, a* ascertained by com missions heretofore instituted is, however, understood that so long the their desire
    five tboMand dollar. line, twelve dollar for township, and ten dollar for of the Urand Trunk railroad wharf, on the St. (flair as to join for this purpose, and notice
    F.r*Ant-order*, | igtit-boiue Point Ano Xncvo, or section lines, fifty thousand dollan. by said State, shall have been or shall be quieted by flyer, until it Intersects the road known at the Lcxing German office employs the lath as its standard thereof shall have l Icon given to the United WILLIAX H. SBWAR,
    For surveying the public lands in a release uf the title of the said Htate*. ton road, nnd all that portion winch lies for the weight of Stace.WASHI.NOTOX .
    vieinltf OaUfomia ninety thousand dollars. Oregon, at nte not Ht-c. 11. And he it further enacted, That the Secietan west ot aid single of letters which it despatches States Post Department. Secretary -
    For& ssm light-home tender fr the twelfth district exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard Lexington road.Sec. it shall also bo the November 12 1887.
    the accepted
    of Interior by United
    m hw dinerrtlon Is authoiized ,
    to expend ARTICLE XIX.
    to replace the one wrecked on he eo.r-t of CalitorBis lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollan for 2. And bu it further enacted, That all that por -
    the appropriation heretofore made for the States office the of
    ninety thoocand dolUrs. section line, forty thousand dollars: Provided, That purpobe lion of the above duHcriueU lauds whkhi lies east of uline as equivalent 15 grammes, Tho two offices shall
    For one booy and bghl-houM k-nder for *erv kc on out of thi* appropriation the Commissioner of the General of erecting a eiiitcnUary for the Territory of Colorado, running due south from the point of intersection in respect to the mails which it receives from the by mutual consent, es --- -- -w-
    on the site belonging to and the said Terrl tablish detailed
    the Atlantic and Gulf coaU, forty thousand dollars. lAnd Office mar pay a sum not exceeding one provided by with the Lexington road, mentioned in the foregoing German office. regulations for carrying these
    For Board to thousand dollars for surveys ol last year. tory for the purpose: Provided, That no purl of this section of this ctshall bu divided into blacks anti lot articles into execution and they THEFLORIDA
    naUingth* UghV-houae experiment ; modify
    ball bo may
    soldortritnsIerretl ARTICLE V.
    property without the
    For surveying the public lands in council Of convenient eizo for building with .
    Washington Territory such
    with and iuaddiUaa purposes public regulations in
    new iOnminating appanton fogignals, of the United State first hail and received. like manner, from time to
    at rates not exceeding fifteen dollars lineal streets conforming as near as be, without detriment
    to former thou,anU dollar per may Tho single rate of the
    one postage on direct time
    F.r cnabliBz the 17rauou.:: Board to re-eaUblisu milt for standard lines, twelve dollan for township, and Approved, July 20, 1W8.An to the interests ot the government or the State, to the correspondence as the exigencies ef the service may require. UNION

    lights- sad other aids to navigation on the southern ten dollar for seeUou lines, fifteen thousand dolUm. public street of the city of Fort Huron, to the highest exchanged between the two administrations ,

    oast, ia ftddltkM lo former ftpptvptlaUvuit,on hundred Fur surveying the public lands in New Mexico, at sat to facilitate the settlement of certain pii/- eiss: bidder, public notice ot such wile having first been given shall be aa follows : ARTICLE XX.

    thosaMdoIiai s -, rates not exceeding fifteen dollies per lineal mile for In the southern district of Florida. for thirty days by advertisement in all the papers published 1st On letters from the United States via direct From the
    standard lines, twelve dollan for township and ten dollars in the ci'.y of Port Huron, and In at least two tIme this convention shall take efftct -
    For x nip lie it enacted the Senate steamers to
    .taooBssw the coast of Long Island an three thousand dollars. For surveying the public land In Montana Territory, uf That the United States of America in Congress assembled of thu division, made lu accordance with the lawn of (conditioned that the sea rate in such case shall and between the United State office

    For& life-boat and atatiaa at the south cud of Karraganaet at rotes not exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for the Secretary of the Treasury U hereby the State of Miclugitn, shall be tiled with the register of not exceed five cents for single letter rate and and on the
    authorized and one
    beach, Ithode Island, two thouaand dollars. standard line-twelve dollars for township, and ten directed, upon the execution und delivery deeds of the county of SI. Chtir, Slate of Michigan ten part, on the other part, of Bremen and Weekly and Semi-Weeklf
    bun the cents kilogram for other
    For compensation fifty-four keeper of stations, at dollars for section lines, twenty thousand dollan. C. to laUi by United administratrix of the estate of James The remaining portion of said military reservation, lo. per correspondence also of Hamburg, shall cease to be in force, except

    two hnadred dollar each, tea thousand vigbt hundred For surveying the public lands In Utah Territory, at district Clapp of, Florida Stale marshal for the southern the sale of which provision is mode in the first suction of ,) ten cents. for the settlement of accounts which shall
    donars. rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for of a proper written release of all this act, shall be Bold at public auction at the city of 2d. On letters from the North German Union have
    standard lines, twelve dollars for township and dol claim and demand for, or on account of all cost, Port Huron after due in previously accrued thereunder. THE TTEEKLT
    For eeBtingeaeies of lifc- avlnt) stations on th* coast ten notice,us prescribed the toru- via said direct line
    of tht Uftitod States, tea thousand dollar. lan for ascUun lutes, twenty thousand dotlrs.lea' charges, fees, and expenses die, or claimed to be due, going paragraph, at such times and In such parcels as (subject to same condition,) This convention, being first approved, shal
    surveying public laud In the Btate of Florida, the said Clapp a* marshal aforesaid, or to his estate, in may be deemed moot advantageous to the interests of four silbor groschen. take effect not later than the let
    uvIxL.I orrramof ..zsTIcLYIIC tea thousand dollar any prim or other case in said district, lo accept from 3d. On day of January
    the government, by the Secretary of War. letters from the United Is Published
    offioar*aad plloU, four buadr and eight For surveying the eastern boundary of Nevada, estimated said administratrix the sum of fifty thousand dollar in Sue. 3. And bo it further enacted, That the proceeds fifteen States via next, and shall continue iu force until can Every Thursday,
    .izaBadrwl dollar*: Provided, That hereafter full satisfaction of all claim and demand*of the United England, cents. celled rnutuul
    hundred and by
    foyr twenty-flvs miles, at not exceeding arising from the sale herein provided for, Hhull I he paid agrotrfrtont, or otherwise, until
    Bs ptas oftb Nve Bn riiit shall be psid out twenty-Hi deflate per mile, ten thousand six States against the estate of the Mid James C,Clap,and into the treasury of the UnIted States in the sumo manner 4th. On letters from the North German Un one your from the date when office
    of acrouUr load tha that herein spselfied. hundred and twenty-five dollars, to bs expended under against the sureties in said Ciapp's official bond,and that as thnproceed from the sale of other public lands. ion via England, six silbor groschon.5th. have shall
    far oflloars ftoA Ihouud said um of fifty thousand dollars given notice to the other of its The
    For radons plloU. twenty-eight the direction of the Commissioner of the (Jeateral Land when paid, together Approved, July 20, 18M.An Of the international desire to SemiWeekly
    Jour hundred and.fttvealv-tUM doUar Office. with the sums now on deposit with the assistant treasurer letter postage via terminate itExecuted

    Ferpav of petty offlear end crew, three hundred and in New York to the credit of the United States dis- England, the ocean single letter rate shall not iu duplicate
    *igktf tWm. fld igbth Ddr. sad fifty dolUrm.Or rreuc iULWXoi AND OBOVIIIMI. trict court for the southern district of Florida, shall be act to aid the improvement of the Den Moines and exceed eight cents nor shall the first at Berlin tho twentr-

    / ration tor petty ffieett and crew, one hundred For repairs and improvement of public building deposited with the assistant United States treasurer at Rock Island Rapids, in the Mississippi nver. English and day of October, one thousand eight hxm- Every WEDNESDAY & &&TUADATIt .

    Ma thirty-three thoasftaj An hundred and sixty-ona sad mntulji heretofore under the direction of the Cam.mlssumcr \Vuhinirton. District of Columbia mhuwt ta iho r.l r lie It enacted by the Senate and House of Heprcoon.tative Belgian single letter transit rates exceed one dred and sixty-seven.
    of Public Building*, to wit: of the United States district court for the southein dU- cent each.
    of the United Btatca of Aiiene| In Congress,assembled i[:SEAL.] Jon* A. KAVJON
    For fwO OM hundred thousand dollan. For casual repairs of th* navy yard and upper bridge, trAct of Florida, for tbs purpose of meeting decree of That whenever in the prosecution oi the Iniirovementsof 6th. It is further agreed, that whenever ha more
    For Kpairs and
    ibosseM detIar.. For repain and taking can of the bridge a tor near pending la said district: Schooner Lucy No. 1, the car Moines or hock Island rapid therein, bocouics necesnry regular line of steam communication, acceptable [slt.L.J] KICK MID r. 1'niLirsuoRx,

    For edIzahI? chandlery, fifty thousand eljrbtj Little Falls of the Fotornae rivrr, twenty-MIX thousand schooner go of the Isabel steamer and Adela, schooner Alicia and cargo, or proper to take po *c.3lon of the right of way to the two offices, may bo employed directly Director General of the Post Department Reading Matter and to Cteaper

    > dollar cargo, the steamer James battle, over any lands, or to uu any earth, quarries, or other between any port of the United State
    jr.r.ottmwuaoi port north of
    F tr vetttegeTpeMeflv th osaod dollars: iTevided. river, ffwealhounMid dollar tbs cargo of tbo steamer Vita, teamur Pearl and cargo, and needful for itn prosecution the officer in charge of any Europe at such POOT OIT.ICB DEPARTMENT, thananyotherpsperinThzidzItisthobeit -

    Th 4 fir of UM six steen revenue vutUm iU- Fur fuel for UN President'* House, five luouwnj del.Ian. schooner Teresa No. 2, steamer Union, steamer Victor aid work, or his assistant, may, In the name of the rates that the entire coat of transportation between WASHINGTON, Nor. 12 1867.

    folDed npo* lbs orthem and northwwtcrn lake and and cargo, and schooner John William Inlted State*, take possession of and uo the same, the two frontier shall not exceed foreach Having examined and ,

    I b rtrtb ttri shall hi hsl4 iip and that ao worm ollh Fur Improvement and car reservation aumbfr two Doe. I. And bo it further enacted That Ian Secretary after having flrst paid, or secured to bo paid, the value single letter rate five cents and for considered the afore"
    aMB9e7pl opnftUdl7 IbM not ahaU V s paid on and Lafayette square, two thousand dollars. of the Navy is hereby authorised nnd directed deposit hereof, which may have been ascertained in the mode each going articles of a convention for the amelioraj

    I heir aecont Uua M mueh *m ay U ncoessur/Orafc For cars and improvement of grovad* south of the with the assistant United States treasurer at Washing provided by tho law of the State wherein such property kilogram of other correspondence ten cents, in ion of the postal service between the Unite**

    ftftd prepor o iw ftftd krcpiac; and that the AarrcUr Fresideut'i House, on* thousand dollar ton, District of tWumbla, the appraised values of the or material lies J, Ion adjudging this value of private hat case the international single rate of letter States of America and the North *
    duvetod For xtn labor la removing oov ftftd los from fits prUe steamers AdeU and Kit, condemned in said district which be German Un -.dvertisrng Mju ,
    f ot UM tnuvr b ftftfconioi mad to Uyftd i property way needed for any public Improvement postage by such line shall bo reduced to ion
    walks five hundred doUan. court, and taken into Ute naval crvicc, and after ten agreed upon and executed in *
    and ,
    .. wttbdmy turn oontmtsWoa.wry rwvtrtiM wttt**off pavement publjo : Provided, however That when the owner of cents. duplicate a
    t*e AtlantIc esI, (adj foUh. not actually! rqired&nd Foe rsIslr of witpos, one thousand dollars. deducting all propar charges and expense*, a moiety of such property or material hall fix a price for the sumo, Berlin, he twenty-first day of October, one
    needed o.iat ..srvloe.I For maaur for the puhile jrunda and reservation th* same shall distributed under the decree of the which, in the opinion of the said officer lu change, shall 7th. On all other correspondence mentioned tho aand eight hundred and HAVING A LARGER CTROTJULTtNthaa
    said district court ftceordiM to sixty-seven
    sad of lb. ms, two thousand doU lav, among the captor be reasonable he take the at such in by
    tt.g. rpay came price without paragraph two of the first article the rate Hon. John A.
    ntiUcd to shan la fttid prizes, the steamers AdeLe and Kasaon. Special Commissioner
    $ U1tiTDIUTI5T rot caw oi reservftuoos on New *or*, ww* rt further delay. hall be for ,
    MaryUna avenues, throe thousand dol- Jflu respectively and lbs remaining moiety of the mute Sws.2. And be It further unactoU That the mails despatched, that which &c., &c., on behalf of this and
    Tat OMMastraotkiB of ft oistoia-beiu at portion of department, hy other in tieStaUe
    ? :.motttmed shall he subject tOihe eider of the nald district roan, as thu he despatching office shall any paper _
    appropriation made to bo made for tho adopt adapted to Richard
    : ItM ,iS BBdredth the ooostrttotioB of a ImiMh* to be used u em- for painting iroa fences around the rmblfc squares j floe of the Impmvementi aforesaid, not exceeding lilty he comrenienee and habits of iu interior ad. Post Department of the North German Union, AND ItfCRKASINQ S7ETX DAY

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