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The new era
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 Material Information
Title: The new era
Uniform Title: New era (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.H. Robertson
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1867
Publication Date: 1865-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 8, 1865)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874?
General Note: Editors: J.M. Arnow and W.H. Robertson, July 8, 1865; W.H. Robertson, July 15-Dec. 2, 1865; J.M. Arnow and W.H. Robertson, Dec. 9, 1865-<Nov. 23, 1866>.
General Note: Publishers: W.H. Robertson, 1865-<1867>; M.E. Papy, <1873>.
General Note: "In God is our trust."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013766
oclc - 11288614
notis - AKK1121
lccn - sn 84027578
System ID: UF00054656:00001
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Preceded by: Cotton states
Succeeded by: Alachua citizen

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    * Bread, Cake and Pie

    B16AKERY.'


    In order to- secure, the patronage of my
    frellow citizens, I am resolved to furnish
    The Best and Cheapest Bread in
    Town,
    + *...eui r aCutoutrer's e6 .plied with Tiokets.
    G. i .nJNO.,H. MEN.GERT.
    v *; G.n'eivilio, 9th May, 1867. Ytf
    S'"Cotton States" Accounts.
    S Samuel C. Tucked, Esq., of this place,
    -is my authorized agent to, settle up all
    S-ny business connected with the Cotton
    States newspaper, which was published by
    S me. He has power toCeceive monies and
    receipt for the same,
    There is 9 -considerable amount due
    me, and although many of the accounts
    are small, they amount to something in
    the aggregate which is an object to me.
    -I hope my friends will settle up, and
    .thereby confer a special favor.
    J. M, ARNOW.


    J. C. GARDNER, S.Y. FINLEY.
    GARDNER & FINLEY.
    :ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
    SGAINESVILLE FLA.,
    WILL attend punatually to all business
    which may be entrusted to them.


    THOMAS & McKINSTRY,


    Physicians& Surgeons

    GAINESVILLE, FLA. ,


    Barber's Shop.
    I 'am now prepared td perform all busi-
    ness in my line in the b style. Shav-
    ing, haixr-cutting and si npooning done'
    in a manner that will please; t,-.t.
    I: ,li ..'.-. Shop next'door to Thomas &
    K" ni,11-'l, drug stoie.
    S' CHARLES. MURRAY.
    ORDINANCE.
    S Be it Ordained by the Intendent and
    CounBciJm-n of the Town of.Gainesville,
    that all persons having their Privits on
    or near the-side walks or streets are here-
    by required to.remove thhe ina their lots,
    .and to ke'p them thoroughly cleansed.
    This Ordinancp to take effect tep days
    :ii..:r ili; ,J-.,e. T. B. SMIT.ER,
    Recorder.
    SMay I., 1867.:-
    +N 0 T 0 1, .
    All Persons indebted to the'Estate
    of Andrew J. Neal, dec'casedI Ljay)- of
    A.r.. county, are requested fo come
    forward and make immediatee payment,
    And ai, persons holding relims against"
    ,said estate will present them duly au-
    thenticated by law, or this notice will be
    S loed in bar of their recovery.
    GEO. J. ARNOW, Adm'r.
    ?:.,,*, llh 1 ;7. .. 83 2m
    NOTICE.
    'per-sons indebted to the estate of
    k'WiJ.Carroll, deceased, late of Alach.ua
    S; Simediate payment, and all having claims
    Sigainst said estate will present them duly
    A.iutlenticated within the time prescribed
    by l:w or this notice will be plead in bar
    ....._ J' i. i. -.d'- -n i .,..
    4 JNM,!k~L$. LE.\lIE. \,.Ir,,.
    \ May 11, 1867. 83 8w
    SIN, CIRCUIT -COURT.
    W "II. Cooper,. '
    V, versus Attachment.
    -..: C.-H. Taylor.
    4. i ..rii o$237.
    :The I. '.il sar,,i. all persons interest-
    .i are lI., i., r- h..i of comn encenme t,
    o.fsui ii ih.J' .,... -rated cause by W rit
    t .\I Fi il, Irc il 11t1', for the Fall
    ,.^.r f hI.';r:,,n .',urir for A.lachua
    (.'.,,iny ,,. "'t. l.q l,,-.l. ,;n ,IT .... : 'i fim .,

    in r L,' q 'i ,p.-,'. plead, answer
    c or- <.'K:r %Ir. '" ,," becinterid ac-
    GARDNER & FINLEY,


    S May .14%h,


    1867. 83t 3i


    ) Administrator's Sale.
    .By virtue of an or4er from the Judge of
    S Yruobate of Alachua ,',.,,nty. we will ex-
    S< pose foi)r sale to the highest bidder, before
    41 Court House Door in the town of.
    S'+ Gainesville, on Monday, June !0th, 18,67,
    the real estate belonging 't, the estate of
    John II, Burgheim, deceased, late of said-
    county.
    The property consists of the,store now
    pcucpied by Sav'ge & Haile, the resi-
    .dence of 'ie l ttMr. Burglheim, and the
    house formerly occupied by Mr. Louis
    .., Orbits, together with the land on which
    said houses- are built and surrounded,
    STerms Cash.
    M.' G. JOSEPH, Adm'r.
    JOHANNAH LONG, Adm'x. '
    May 11th, 1867.- 83 4t
    ; I :


    East of -the- Suwanae'e.


    The exercises of this Institution ar6 in
    successful operation.
    A competent corps of Teachers has been
    S t,:,'"i by the Board of Education.--
    The County -('-rnminii,.ufii J e,,n-
    iel, .nit or ihe Suwunnee i.re hiprrV'^ r.|-
    '!fie'.l flu. l -uiei',.,l 1 t,, .eni luilti,.lflik llj.
    fo th, s ItiiI-i "H',,. is it'ILuy pupil- a-
    i' hei r resI tt I e I,.ii- nI;,-6s h-,%e 1, [.re> Enrt.
    _. 'ali- in "hjr 1howei oloI .tu l eeen

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    ii'vii ( is',. n rei-,wrldle I.rrj D

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    a ', I_ i qk.-W..__ a..0 -_0l'l.


    FLORIDA RAIL'ROiD.



    Change of Schedule

    ON AND AFTER MONDi, MARCH
    4th, 1''67, a steamer -will le p Pernan-
    d1iin .h ilyISun.lr yQ except t,...l.a 7 :'cl..i:-k
    .A M. oonrcting with thie cars at I he
    1r.w.-Bri.g-e. The train wil l leave ihe
    Draw-Bridge nit" o'clock A. M arriving
    at Baldwin at 12 o'clo-1;, and Ganiville
    at 4,._ V. M,
    A train will leave Galnesville daily,
    Sunday excepted, at 8 o'clock A. M., ar-
    riving :it Bal.lwiir at 12' o'clock M., and
    at Fvrnan.ina 5. 'O P. M.
    Arrangements have been made for the
    accommodation of Freight as well as Pas-
    sengers.
    I& Close connections made at Bald-
    win with the Florida Central Road to and
    from the West.


    ,_ t. The Steamer 'LIZZIE BAKER'
    will leave Fernandina for Sa-
    vannah on the arrival of the train from
    Gainesville and Baldwin every MONDAY
    EVENING.

    The Steamer "DICTATOR" will. leave
    Fernandina for Savannah and Charleston
    on the arrival of the train from Gaines-
    ville and Baldwin, every MONDAY
    EVENING.

    The Steamer "SYLVAN 4t-4ilIE --mlTt
    leave Fernandina for -rfviijh.il .,n th-
    arrival of the train from Gainesvile and
    Baldwin, every FRIDAY EVENING.

    The Steamer "KATE" il l,..i Fer-.
    nandina for Savannah and Charleston on
    the arrival of the train from Gainesville
    andii Baldwin,.- 'every SATURDAY EVEN-
    1NG. '

    SPassengers and Baggage trari-
    feled from Road to steamers free of
    charge.
    R.D. MEADER,
    Engineer and Superintendent.
    Fernandina, March 1st 1867. 75tf
    l-.or S+v~aliiisaih,
    VIA- FERNANDINA, BRUNS.
    WICK, AND INTErI E1DI-
    ATE'*LANK.!NGS;
    S ... The Steamer :


    CAPT. JAS. TUi:N'R r
    Leaves .'Jackssnville every ThTIrrI
    .Night after arrival of tr.*i ii I ... i-,_ \ .
    arriving at Savannah ii niieI? l.. hLjU I
    witlih'New York steamer.
    The'Sylvan Shore hb t Ic-n .,,r.la..
    and fitted up expres-,iv l..r ih in-olliJ
    route between Savanni 1"1-n.in FI.,, i. "L
    *" F.- DIrl;LL, Agent.
    Jacksoeille, June 7. 1866. 46-ftT


    THE FINE ,-TEAMEVfV \

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    4 1- ...

    1ILI, AT ijt

    CAPT. L. :. COXETTER,
    Will leave Charleston every" F,;l i'
    t"L.J .+i,' 1 U '.a.jri."'- .... '.;n .,t ." ,'. ,nn f llii
    3p. nm.
    Returning, will, leave Pi.tka every
    Sunday evening,. Jacksonville'every Mon-
    rl'-.- rr.i ig, and Fernandina on every
    .'l.,l', afternoon after the arrival of
    train..
    April, 1807. 8.tf
    GO"L> :E0 :E' N CkASES, &C..
    E. D. VALENTINE & CO.
    /
    No. 1!^ It rondo n -X.ane,. ~N.+Y.,
    M.1. \IT.F 'TURERS OF
    GOLD PENS, CASES, &c
    A RE now prepared to offer to jobbers
    and retail dealers the Cheapest
    Pens in the, Market. The pens are of
    different sizes, from Nos. 1 to 9, inclu-
    sive.
    The prices of Valentine & Co's first
    quality GOld Pens without cases, and
    wa'anted fdr one year, except against
    accident, is as follows: No. 1 Pen,$1l25;
    No. 2 PPn. --l: No. 3 Pen, $2.00; No. 4
    Pen, ._- ._', ; iN,.. :. Pen, $2.75; No. 6 Pen,
    4$8.50; No. 7 Pn,.- 1.-J0; No. 8 Pen, $5.50;
    No. '9 Pen, $7. 'All our first quality.Pens
    are stamped "E. D. Valentine & Co."
    THE ABOVE-PENS IN SOLID SILVER
    EXrI'L .NS CA..E,. WITH PENCILS
    F,,r N... ', a r,.Si ,, j, I1st quality.
    For $2.50, a No 2 pen, lst quality.
    Fot $3.25, a No; 3 pen, 1st quality.
    For $3.75, a-No. 4 pen, 1st quality.
    For $4.50, a No. 5 len, 1st quality,
    For,$.5.75, a No. 6 pen, 1st quality.
    THE SAME GOLD PENS IN GOLD PLA-
    TED. EBONY DESK HOLDERS AND
    SMORROCCO CASES.
    SFor $2.00, a No. 2 pen, 1st quality.
    SFor $2.75, a No. 4 pen, 1st quality.
    For $3.50, a No. 5 pen, 1st quality.
    For $4.00, a, No. 6 pen, 1st quality. -
    For $5.75, a No. 7 pen, 1st quality,
    For $7-25,. a No. 8 pen, 1st quality.
    ],.r $8.00, a No. 9 pen, 1st quality.
    SECONDD QUALITY PENS-NOT W*R-
    S RANTED.
    '.Our second quality pens are stamped
    '. Davis & Co." and are carefully made,
    having the same pointss as our first quali-
    ty pens, the only material difference be-
    ing-in' the quality of the gold. Tihe pri-
    ..- i4-, pns are as follows : N'. 2
    4.-i, 7:,..: N,.. 3 pen, $1.00; No. 4 pen,
    3 .',, N,. r.-en, $1.59; No. 8 pen, $1.5.
    THE AIMIVE .PENS-,IN S1&yER PLA
    TEED. EXTENS.[ON1'(A.-.E', WIfTH
    .. V CJL4 3-
    ' .4$or $-1.25. a Io. "2-pen, 2d ,jn-illy.
    i F" -"l'ir $1". 5,', a Ndl.:'. pen, 2d ,i,,ali.v.
    hPF,,r ,i'.7;7. a No. 4 pen, 2d quality.
    i ..' 1 No. pen, 2d&quality.
    F...r 2.7 ,t No. t pen, 2d quality.
    I-,I. 1" r..- I uk throughout the country
    ,. as equal;, if not superior, to any 4ld ir-Is
    m .tu- i 4fic-1I.,. n.' ...IW l,:.r wieir oriing
    "4' ti + *,# u lA "^.i ln l '+ d e g ti n is h -


    im hing.iwn ,iiLiti.,n i,., the fa\,,!.r l, ehlsij'
    ,2-ratf% n ,of an i!,t lli.,t :ii ,-,[.pr T-tl~lic. S. Mcf'ALL. -':
    .f Presi'l..It t;,).jr., ',f" Education. '.
    J. tB .iAF.L, iE-1, Sv 'C 7"' -


    o'6r L'he lUnittd -iStt.o We have Lbhem 1 1
    ilyvera't3l g, ,J "i:,.- .i
    Jo:l.,hb r,-. i,. il :lI ', i ew 4 .:ro, a'n. all
    de;l, ia ,., I|] ii lhir..iij I s r*o.,jniy,
    are requested to send for a circular. Ad-


    STAX COL'LCTOR'kSAL dress -. D, VALENTINE & CO.,
    ._ AX. -l +" ". .i Mapufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
    r 1 ,'TI,'E is- herby given that I will Watch.es, Gold Pens and Jewelry, No. 15
    tk/'llf ihe highest bidder at public out Maiden Lane, New ork. .
    i *__.fi ....- ^..' U. T.. i. n... July 18. ,' .


    .EDWARD DALY,-
    .+-A EN mT,'."

    WHOLESALE DEALER IN

    Boots, Shoes & Trunks
    At0 41 Meeting Street, ......

    ClHAlRLESTON, S. C.


    Chea Printing Paper.


    TO EDITOR.*& PI3LISHERS.


    Letter tm W. G. Clark, ES., rLi:i-
    den} o1 the ;of I'r,:-. ofooiaton


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    Arr.i Nr.', % ii April l'thi, Jt.t. .
    .i.,S,,: I, ,,:-I,.P. mi.il,.-se e tolcted Stock of
    [, 'Snr: Ir ,f',,rr- ,, .,h l.1.,:. n e" r "
    to communicate to you the following re-
    solution of the Southern Press Associa-
    tion: " %. "
    R esolv# "T hat as a t ,i.I :,I,., 1
    appreciation for the zealous-. I I l IIl. I I' 11.a T' T P" ""h
    effective service of JohnS.'l efE '2,,,,,, i i i T,,=,'
    as Superintendenfit of .this A >: in-i, "I
    years past, we hereby tetlitr iitnl *"
    thanks of this Association, al. I .
    upon him the oom um-taaenfypol-tion uf I-m"h., .-O- Pt. l I .at'
    upnhooz__D1!301tOnrEm~bra civii o,-eivery variety
    Agent-ortne Rutiern Press AssociationZ ll .l l ll t -l lllt
    in New York."- .
    'The terms (. l ','.mr. en at? i -mi.I..Ve .l ; ,
    in the above d.-.'I,,ti.nD. do< j i 'i' i.*G tl n .1-,- ;
    justice toyoui iu][...r tant +ervi ie'e'w Ii,. Gll 1 1L) ., E E,
    none had bett..,' .|.|.' nitY tI kr riw ,ii-..l "
    none can moi' "l-, pee ,-.i i| w T ?4 )rk '
    i '. *4 i + 'ij. ty,,_j.. *
    myself.. : S-i,: .i,,' f-| I
    shall be glad .) Vr iil i,,, -1-.i t ot' t.J ., .- 3 .. -. .' .
    k ., -)L RI EhS,
    provided for 1.v ,h r.,.,.,.. 'E "-lll .'
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    NOTICE. N
    I would respectfully request every ,1i,-i-
    ly, tri-weekly,-semi-weekly, week'v raiil
    monthly journal, south of the PC...r1a.c
    and Ohio rivers, and the 36 deg. '"3 iwi.
    parallel of latitude.West ef the Mi:'i.J
    sippi; to publish thiIIs a,': .iv1'Er U)i1t I tv i e
    and send to me at N,.w Y.'rk ea,1 h Iiuea
    copy of thepaper containing it, i-..-,'Ii
    T v ii )ii l f r i -
    It i- .. ii, i. iii my combinatio:ns t,.
    pr i n-. !,.ip r ,,Inting paper for our
    S:i:r II, iut ,il,. iliat I shall haje the
    'u I -Iet- 1 0 It i.-11t..aj'egardirg the sizes of
    ,. er us 1--y thp several i.iil.bl4-uiitiis,
    and I can :cu ie it in no other way than
    ,b re ue-i~ i..,rt;,:ulir attiri+l,..n t,,. l ie
    ',l er C'..pv "p "+'I ithe li'n.'t ..- ..ii
    ewi ebI1 /-". .
    .1i ,.'r t iriice tp provide against
    mail failures and that they be postpaid
    t'o secure post .. ,e ,l.* r.r.'.
    x 5. T9, Nhew YO.rk, N.'YH .
    3 yx 5,3,New York, N.'Y,.


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    SWhi will e f red ,at the low L., ctash'
    .r + -++ .
    W~hmh will Be offered at the lowest cash


    priices.

    invited.


    An inspection is resplectfiiJW
    A
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    "' .'-i' l;,+s E =-,el'i, .Mit y. .
    'All iii prime order ,1l will b., sold at
    wholesale, a.s luw 'r l.:w,., tL.,.' Savannah
    prices.


    4J. M.. FAIRBANKS.
    S (Nexrdoor to Dibble's)
    JACKSONVI.LE, FLA.


    FOR ALBUMS.

    W./ w, It. COOPER having returned to.
    Gainesville, takes this method of an-
    nouncing to the citizens of the town and
    surrounding country, that he has taken
    hold of his Photograph Gallery again in
    the Court House, and is now prepared to
    execute all work in his line, in the best
    style of the art, at short notice. Pictures
    taken as correctly in cloudy as in
    clear weather-bright days, hliowever,pre-
    ferred foi children. Breast-pins, Lo kets,
    tinger-Rings, &c., neatly filled. Copy-
    ing old pictures for Albums or otherwise
    carefully attended to. Do not put off for
    to morrow what should be done to-day.
    Remember, 'Procrastination is the thief
    of time," tliherefore
    Whi].beauty's cnthe cheek and lustre's
    in the eye,
    Secure the shadow, ere the substance
    fade and die. ,-
    Give me a call. Satisfaction guaran-
    tee'td.
    S W. H. COOPER, Proprietor..

    Important to Physicians
    IN SEARCH OF ALOCAT.ION.
    The House and Lot at Waccaho otie-L
    where the late Dr. Hunter lived-is for
    sale. There is no better location for a
    physician or merchant in Florida.
    Apply to JOYCE MIXSON,
    HENRY GRADDOCK,
    or to DR. J. S. RICH,
    Waccahootie,
    Marion Co., E. Fla.

    Adminijtrator:s Sale.
    I will*ell to the highest bidder-, fr
    ca.sh, before thi ourtH Iouse door in the
    town of Gainesville, on '. ..*.- Iv, June 3,
    1867, the fractional .section 14, Tgwnship,
    12, Range 22, containing 154 .77 acres.
    belonging to the estate of Joshua Sykes,
    deceased, late of Alachua county.
    WM.'T. CARLTON, Adru'r.
    May 4, 1,867. 4t



    1_B rrn,,r.'3 Proclamaiion, for the
    l en-si,-n ot Jordan Green, freedman,
    mu *J'erer ,:.,l MI! rI. R. Rushing, I will
    .give ue I.i .....t cotton (350 lbs.), to be
    dlivr-r.-I 'ii It 1st of Novenimber next,
    0o 5,- 1 i r-,.,,ii .:Io will take him in cus-
    IIA n;.i .Iriv. lhiit to the authorities.
    S, ,R. R. RUSHING. "
    d i-l.-,, F; L.i- 3 AlI il, 1867. 80

    Special. Notice.
    All notes and accounts due me or in my
    hands for collection, ajs Attorney, will be
    put-in suit unless they are satisfactorily
    settled by the 10th of.A pril.
    J .. 1J. A. :NNOW. -


    S'OF WLJ .rC1 Gainesvilk, on the 23d day _NT__'E.
    S" KV nexf,'at 12 o'clockM.. eighty-two NOTR.E. IT I F
    tti1aiin.l 82,000) a.fle -o rand lying in All psrion indebted tr. the e-t ite Oli'.. r TAnO. o ,nAj t W .f i
    ' theco6unty of Alachtaq and State of'.Flo. Brp:,nt, dceace.I, late ,)f Alactii t c,:,,i!,ty An Offi,(e on the I 11U. tlr'1 1-n;-t, N,> for
    rida., or.so much thereof as itwpaya the witlmake immediate payment; a.nd th]se a pr.feionalgermleman .istallstore.
    'Statve and County taxes due he year aaing clains.against sai estate w 1I pr,.- r .,AI-. [ice with two r oms-and-fire-
    18s. -eri, fr-eviduly authenticated ,n lire pir.. u rr ih. A.AA.W, AiV W;.ib.1 be
    *"'. S,', a the properly c. f ie FIor.idat4Ein prescribed by law, or this notice c.r., ah e *JivliLg I'or a ninill tuily,
    'lrad W.. C.E"K 1 [\M, .-. wi be pl.-a.] in bar of their recovery. F..,.4. ms 'c., appiL 1o
    SI ; O I a Ages's3'.r tin.L (C.,lecIrr I W. K. McINTOa..d-m r. DR. J. F. .M,-I 1IN1 'RY.
    ,* February.3,- 7 Af 13th 1867, 79 2rta/ 9nesvlle, May 11.
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    .Carpentrsg &IHouse]ilders
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    *r.I-avg formtl'a co-,a-rlpr iip fAr the
    .t!an-acti. n of .!viu-.- in'tlw nbove 'ibe,


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    Complexion.h l and -o on I. ,i e o e N O R. T Ai L l,
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    tiful pearl-like tint, that is only found ind BERGE R cL, SIUTT m ays g an .it i >.l u '
    youth. It quickly removes Tanl Freckles, 285 River stree.., ,. ,l js- '"i n m akin. hi wa, to "t i i, i

    ofrutin 3085 boitle a w e ge ta b. prcp. r a -. r. A.rily .. t) I'd] *. L


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    Pimples,'Blotches, MothPatches, Sallow-"f rthe n7"t .r'.et

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    ing theskin whitieand clear as labaNter. A F F L I 0 T E D Jt"H i h1.1 'it, 1,)'1k t ,t
    Its use cannot be detected by the closestF F .. t a T r Jn ot ite 1 i.c e.,
    scrutiny, and being a vegetable *rpara- .:. "... M ..ot ol l (_ an yth be val.e thert If,-in. .
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    -- -- "^< *L ^" i~ .I^ B '*-,J*.*'.i.' **' .. will v "-1e awa.ed o Co + o sa co "t thi a .Fc s nsbiv
    a article 6-f the tk i l tile F re n c h W h e ni b y th ,r. S.. ." ., "". r i t o .Proat0
    and is considered by th "i ,, asin- Wene b t 1VILI, 1' I tu'"** L 'i .aWeu1 , S'L" '. .
    disper sable to perfect t .,Is. aUpwardsa ELIXIR tyou ,. e ',i r n ir v o
    of 30,0 0 bottles were jj1 j:in: g the and at atriflii,.. ,. t. ., On-.thq lI OL.,Nav thei -',lic';b IhF [i=TOif', h tl,
    paetf years a efficient guarantee of its The astonilig .i l 1, i,c h,, ,t -,t. ,, to Or ..en a d. t p b,, :.,11 G;the rE, -G E i' S ii"






    inj re t e s i, su lffi cin di e ty_ h ,l .. i ,l cfi... .~ y t.I.'WS, B.l. a ~ m t a c fw. '1 0' A pi ,!-],'iiT mI* xwzur i,. t ^~
    roots. ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,,, at .w,.l... .' "-.*es pr nb t..,:*. ..:,i, .~-^ it,-tr M l!,b, ,ini>. |te, l.r 1n* ,. ,,1 .. ~ .> Pr e-K'..
    ffilca Pi only 75 cent- to by tened this inv A1 Il.: iI l. i 1%ro l'"i "- .' p T
    m ail, 'ont v e ip o f ,. by caly and Ne rv(y ,, -. r 1 ... I,. a 1 "A 01.-, d e,,,.. 1 in [i, h -I ll 6 1 1 T iE.l.e- ..': E .
    aln. ad c Ti -' .. (J 1.ality and-fPrbslratin. os f e ,.- r .1 ,. a ,i n,. 'a b ei ,. ,dv Ine .. P-l t In N o'b VLevy r ',', F l.
    75--ly 2 85 R river S t., L N Y. n ergyo --t I e i i \d Tw es hltmer d m- ir a
    i ng th e. sk i nn c e s s oft1 o fsy o u th fu l i ,i I, ':, >t lkr,,r e nt d e ., u i -- ,[ p n'l^E, W t' ,r ,, 1 Mn e ..A' ad. n i pta
    s it e om st valuable 'tl used.. in,. dis- hw l i,: i owng filed in my' (,ffI a, witten s ug-
    c)ered.delivered by, the Principal, aidedby'oth- estion or ltie i.,-'A t on estate,
    dEXCELSIOR! bEX-O c rges, GI L.t Ic.te- n, ain all the departments,-. which isv 1o o,..dI :ey Iat .u great
    ~t w illren,,..,'. Z. t, I I ..,. inff,.Qn,.,un, a-U--1-1.. .... t. -
    CH.A.ST EhE1,At'S pressing, e fl ii0.. Iy -f .4.. law. A Moot-Court will than the vale *t-hereiof,.-
    oInSeTsLA.l .... ey a... i.a. ,ep rt i n connection with, the It ;, thewref (.rrderetd 1y the Probat
    23- tv "S .. -c .o he" ,, '. '.'"" will ore awarded to Coip t of saii' coity. wth at alll o rpcrsonhol
    H a E ate r m nr .oughtso --. r.. 1r,.I.,. i *1,tao shir osagitisb s ikd e rs -lf a v
    H Bair i xmriiIator "et e, t s a or; Ieri.I.t,- l 'iincipal flattersnhimself hing 9i I against saide -' e oateno ir
    sanity, &-c. if t- III unie.appear and~
    1S T r l I ..i. ...r...io .ren e"w N o I., h ,f, d i' I I of a e n Iee "a s t h e tP re s id e n t o f a tSilo th e W e w it h th e Jediny ,. o P r o b al t e,
    T oro ti eltwvinupfa erize, yous lr. renew t,1 s tc es in rn :.rt.rt r ,t "s,' m ot J'lerary societies 1 an17 1V "an t e e .. ....st day of `st; 18 7,








    ou ,' ) .ur-in(? P c ,pe bo... m bcginnu_.. ,: u.ai j.re ,end.u \n i 'o^ M "e'or ** .s_ ay OiI iU tNE JO '*-, .
    retucie,. .*.aiibtO rbi.** l**th fs; i O elj( .i heu."I itncos d tice t say o ino1t I ja etlt w e" 'x.tc ^ h-b tc
    C o te ladies esp eciall, this yau fa r 'boyed I- n r c s b f r n g t ..
    recommendsitself as being n tices.H -"112 p 1 I-. i......1 the bar of different States pro ely authehiticated according to law.
    Al indi,r ,cens i :...tel -s b n aYoungci d; es. I r 'i i I .. l'7.A k w y a a f m iliariued hims pro r unde myl )and and seal of office ^









    K~r -RA OR CAP LI,1. recip -i'. .e.^kI -ial er.t av re'wil)vid soma* ~ewhmrybnat qua ife p-hie or ~ 4-.ruar' 160r. "-
    beal oty, is eailyn ppe d, does notr brn o .., i r '"' ld ,,s r.. fl i somewhat qua tried. his 24th day of Febru ry, 1 6G


    injure the since but ar i directly ontk eL v I the eiNi 2 ,.8 R vr !.r ..,t. "I d ap terprise. GEORGEr S. L. AVITTfi a
    Sit.. g a dioi r u eatpo n t hebatce o O 1 e .-o.oag e h a1 ,It ave oof ti ll' l ti t ". cfiue l rI,ld
    lUenos hairs a no I .,. d o r'A" '- r'' '' !- ,f rite s g i trl v u o )










    ..... , h, '. cagfara,, ,zu-ue:" u ait ^e CaM A .- avin fiome to : pmr. l..~eg thtoo,+,,, _., ^^,.^,..
    ring the skin soft, smooh ttandnatural!- One but; ImtM, IL0C -IV e ,ne svI e.,Ap ,l f p. riably 1paya le i R advance. "








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    h .ist ionly a ice used by o the Fren in all ordinary-. ( --. -- W" a s r.









    ,^ ~~eraul ltyi ^ l ^ it'eCul ;I.n towU~h Of7 th CSQ ttCO 11 dAllnilXia hi**^, ,do-
    .and is the only real effectual de pila ory ALSO,, DA J i N I-ILI SPECl *IFI I, 1e Gr n the at:at ofn o ... .m ld.l'iy-

    in existence.t Prt e 7 c ns,, ... ..r .la k. Priic, f7th6'n sea. ,-; e tr d 'usan Rt,,,io t.hz dat w --'' j- ob ate. -












    tiome wortles, '!-' nAo- "2 ,".... :., n I}, ^ana f,:,Wl,| be sen U..fi nddren,-cl oselyi i aal, go tte ^ g^ H6 .d.n u b5 d il gpr o rdsr hoin ' ,i r +. +a r-.V
    u "tp ypaido aNy address on eptof cu.n re of Gouorrh. Ik-i. .I r ona the by 1ro iste t, wuhb i o upo. .- L I l re
    a I l odOr byas, lo ,ct c ,,s Grail, S ,trictur, a lloses ato avo rt o'a iar ee t te suggest t .in of ti .. solvecy of---
    BERGes i ori upTTS & ACe i tisr e t., Kidneys and l. adder. Cures reportsare inai"-lt f oh to the effect th t is ae fuordereL, .,by. Judg of
    28.i~A~X't.,r~ NY., effected i-1from (.ne .tofve:1days. Th ey, I- Lju, L IoiaPo.*,oqor more moit-f~Poae f~adCL~yht~1








    'w,+at ever s. ource l..-t, may l,^ hav e tfal-m.. 7g k.,sier Stj beo + u als,, e aU6 dn thr t ruh ,,g t' P roba te .OfP[if] i ;'Lr +., Pwill "On
    it, sen -fhr on te 11'. 1. .extracts.,, bt, -. efamilya A -oh r. wis, ad bavingel I nims g ltIB .**-
    ar, I id gw aauseate th stomach h a ipreg thi -y ,-,lW O L ehr" me hat edeg t.h tahehyO ,1 i l fO
    ., 'o" eL, 'r w- ll 1e r e ,otehe yted11 ,,. .a..e : g ood-s aecn a' --."-fi 'pg Or" rt e, n i n my offi c '- o ,g.$1h, .
    breat1i No change of dieti4 nece*SaRy crImec of'anot '11tk9hi hdo ~ ~ rtme
    Wh ile uMing them-, noi"-doeQ f~eir action 41,maicpy U24'-M4 ~ ut der m h* sel this4th
    a aion n i P IL any rnannes iealeirfrewith business ao s1. een' s decelring It fas i/ *\ tez h .*hiI
    Tho w yirour fls frizzes, your, dstchofMari


    yosn eur L. t ., .... r]-- -,-II.L y o'r ely o ieIls 'a d l~ t~~rt % . .... DNtE1,l ,te 'h+ajl,
    Deto r uctv e elr,. l .. rthafig;, .EiiIll:o1 4 the.m mr tiou.d t.. ..cles lnIt is a th't' .the re


    i C ome e,: t r, nglyandfar. .,w,,..fafld p' b cl, oe.Iy t,,ieo ,s g h .o .
    Andrejoice.n ,t ,.C ,R ,Il-, ,r, ,-. ,- ., .-a,, C, r ..e ,A o it s npl upt <.t *

    ed.,tat -cA.. c andCp*, .id y-' I .. ..n. ...t .. ..... .. .. \yep s ,f1ro a ofl. '. nN,
    wit es es i rom the t iow n+'ex~ I noe) oanI.. #. ..417. _.. I. ;Z.. -
    #For restori'ig hair'upon. bald heads(from r~iL~ 8 ds~ all I~raecs to v ~sI1 a pji~tiiarybeeto Prb eCurL '.
    91IUTTS & %, Cbeienitts bnehttob -obi CutL -4 1
    wiohateverrsource it may have 76-1"y N.o' 7J ,,,y" River St ., "A.x 'lst
    ~ gu lv N. 285 R rS, ry;-Y lo mliplydeny tile- truib or a'i '~L ~. ii aii h
    ar Lnei. ofu hairn uponw .. eface, .Estnie-d.- boma C. a""e ,- itV-
    [TI,,,t beard t l ie r hafg6that have b iji ln


    it toadstri. i gu ish 'ItheIll nif, froI.h..- o. Wd.in and Glo si.a office^ ,w. -,lif. ,.i go sti.a' dt
    to grow upo e ,thhd i e m rItI. G enmty cruelly to fel, aprl' .. ,. I "'ri nI*t u ",
    five to 6 LI aveeki .0, .1411'0 1rf'blid t.~ T ~y j any imbroiiresses to pro yL.~r~a~CLi d B ~ fu
    nocellce. -ot
    heads n r--i n Ifl rr* .. .. ~ I !;,P, .~A fw~c 1a~ d osI-) fl- eor N r ba
    ignorantijr rI ., rrII s, t hat A ol lhf1lalIy o fiin] p o u b
    there is nothing tbat will o:' Ii~ rrr .j:rr Wall 4 Thet rd Fp
    the grow tht ofotrle hair o ., i I C I ,, !-' L 'eir e u r ,- i ed m,% N-kl. ,. -U ll p er ons ha" V

    # s o li i n g ""+ Q e l k is. Itt -e ia ft + 1.,- 0.44 1d" -' "
    assertions,-ire' false, asth o l, -- .4 iqs [ONeor
    -,tae~c (rm their own xr4o oe cn 71-k '~ pr, -1 2 17. WLtlII, 1 .rba of Lei Oflfl0
    bear witness dany ,willsay, ]how are For H of eithe r S- dt ner ..ex d0 1 E -- .
    we to-distii"guish the genuine from the I into-Wn -,and Glossy Ringlets ViOTICE'. iti'd iy halI Pii
    dythr o ft he daf.y r .... .r .*l .. th wl .l.-ti '. 1 ..~si~vc c~ht~. oiorCe i edTr + tis R O fDii U n t-r,,1a ',, ,AI ODre1'
    ThtverkiX, asive CuI d IL o% enJjor. 18
    I~I~ li ~ ~J~~' rr akiGenFLDNAibuIA, April 10th~, I. i7
    th sem a for-th hhA ir emtni e ,1.1 "1I i' .. 'r,,, r',-l,, ..1 aw VTheeatte.et" ion of constg",ee 0pArr %t -



    -'r ~ 'or ..l.s,......... L' ..... ..!~,:~~ h a. LI.;" + .L~ ,i i ..__" ....e r ood qve r ghi .od~ & tty .a t n, ',Ga .. -=. m l q. -
    (lytbov~ A~1~ ~Tfl~rI~~i~ fl~9ib ~i iL~i .'IgaL Ir jj nd t he vdl Zeot, iy a th border.



    .purchase.no provlcm ,m'rII ds ,*smLoW r toanta 'ss ~ s-a'eutifn gos sy a p~r.-,wl 'berstoroissued e fred. thiOfi. upon '., uCw. o. .,,"
    irs worthg ilen. aal y lle !01'.... + AddLCes. o iiprde Co p fl o r.cc O H:At i. ers '
    purchase. ITour Dfth heretofore issued' Ily and delihtfulpon -Nr-gfy t sate e 2p will nr w.Wt
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    Dit u r a" -. -h.a .s a- :ii -- I ,-.. *"..-I'milhe'<. 4-et r to. witness arial of the e ia nes
    "i n-,,,-,-,,i r, 0.ln u I f 1of the16 cty. au .or NV IIn'n.t,.,l, De,.1-
    IF ,'st.Xe.-.Ci6""round .
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    il ,r-i-d iiill di-,.-i,--to ii Prosed release on btil. pri-uer Pric -'o was tr;e Te t in n-eg
    n-r t;all' in Il Iii -' "lict ,tg ,- i .--utv; ttt le 1 i ,vrer cuedr hlnm ,buti he ,S-i q 0 cap-
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    bt;r.-,- limi, ain u,.l-r.- l,_, -rItiiii.le THAD. STEVENA CONFISCATION the fact y' conjurationt"u, He descri l',. Ipn.rrivPni at tihe tUpper
    io l ,,,all e a+e. II,: is n,,f ti ,:,: :,1 thl:,DOcTRINE-Ao dispatch from Vaasnh ed the ceremony oiC e(,njiiTit,,n o Station IIse the nr oh gan
    li,-le.)-,,,l l idi,,t:,rt- vh, Iiin ii-Lii what.as follows : "I piit f .. -ticks of rescued him. throwto, n 'tu ,'s at the
    r-n ---a- -.-.. uhi ,.I tl,..ir ,-i..i i.,I r,,,-it t i ngtOi n, sa.ys : different :. .th. oa rhet, 7 said police., Cap m Jkl., ia'ds -, the
    edl ,iil ',.71Li t,,d..:irt t,:. itifc.-iit ,tr L4adig Republicansare telegraph- sacred words;:! then put four stones of Police two sergeant ian.l ionii.-: livte
    s,:iis .'Captaiu Anil-', .-.in 'f th 1,i, ing-;, here from different sections of the ,iff i.-int eizc on ,the floor, and said were all injured, two oft them .-:ri.ils-
    ij L -h.1, learnt-da nail -:iiiicnl i;ih,.p North their repudiation of -Thad; Ste- ,, .-_it.erc.f wof]';" I covered the ly. By this time tLI: mol., hadl swell-
    1:4 "*^ 1 .tl.eiVv>cS. ih:.ti:, tc1r'hIi- vens' cqnfiscatior doctine." t 'tun-, with my citt Wtong-side-ouf ed to nearly a th,:uiantd rien-:r:'es--
    ^ i is -iitiil Lbe.iriin).. Ir A15- We.doe not see wrly 'lC:Tiuu Re- and -.il m,,i-re sacred wordsI covered Gen Schofield seit ui a ,:,mlaiy ot
    yec'. l" the. eleventh regiment fund canie ,.,u
    Sfe rwie tly tubi S duties, mi-..- rp ulnl I ins should put tli..l to 1 1'- ioks with my coat, and said more e-.eleventh regiiet nd came n
    ^ *i5it~l hi'.thea, pe,:Jhle, ,ut tiuiI- thi-Mt tfnlc. Ah-l,. anil ,iiii'iit ..1-- sacred words; 1 gave the four sticks the ground himn seI. lie s,,ke to the
    f9s t', catetI: aIf eIIy t.) prm t, i I @'. ll-; .u is.1iis-'.iiitiet.h ".- -:.:1> and the. four stones, one -of ,eaJia to mob commanding the-i, to li'l-,r-e bit
    i-If.-,-, n.l ',i,.l; tl'.-1, hal.i, ^r Swiw- ..lIV akinilU-,I. th, in i .ri,''-_.--- t : tr iei rne, and "said more sacred the order was not obeyed. The sol-
    ci iut'7 c, it. In fac-t, til l t,.i-t't,;- AriI. is 'ot.evtl ]tLi:r i,:-.'-s -Ily t. wr,'L! i xamieiu:icl Prin jKuas diersthen charged bayones and drove
    .i,.ie-...snl tr6,:, at tis pla'e ("Oi- rill i iiithi'i a.!.. tLI:l- hit th it hi1 lI ld gest stick and e thethem, ay. More soldiers were sent
    ,ue.t.ii't theui:,.-lrs ii a ri.arrkjbly sa:;s- l.iih'v Wili,. -1i-, i,'Ih at .- rn o 'an wen 'to the Mao.istrai. e to the Station .IHouse'after night and
    fm" t':ietnty lualiiu- t"wn' l- ri] ---. I'. ii,, ,''.:.~i u t.*ret-the -eorl-wetit- -:. ;t l<:'|it[ .-ls~woseheliadmtmoney.cSharles- the ur nror r est s 'of ^th ed.-
    ult- ", ',uttr .h iellt--,At IAtlt;. "; n ,so4 whentad-#montey gistlrs-t no further riot is -now ani pated-
    1'y kn,,w Xzi in. peleion ,I-4t ,}.,,u a it- iuit- iti.titb of the- 1,elul.L.-Jn pa.rty.. I err. D ng the progress of the dis .ance
    - Ajd>;:-r-.irii~y 1it.itcrf.-re w il. -Trn't-i l a n .iitu.'revc<>Iy7Ju .-- -- -- the 'mob surrounded a house inwhfela
    u, ,uT. I24hnkivkl-e n 1,,.,o. with suc ia '- "-- Xii-ir view- threate.I .- "EB;IAi' iON.-E'ln-ida',l'iis a o'nr- a white boyw-pom they accused of
    Well U.iy -- i ruu. Tlii- i- ily gl i- ie iii i -ll th pin whifiimitT d- carrying a lung shot had, taken refuge
    .in, Jingufr' u., I:., bwhei U.i, ii,:'.;,',iigilhle | ''i q', i, ,. ,, p.l.:-),-, no e;hii ate destroy, 'eneu'm and clh, 6tre.:l for him. unit h4 b n
    .- t'a in Cole, In ,:..,nvAi'iii'jId of ilLk 'it" -'i "^ Iti I ii iii .sm en-ve. 'nt, Thli ple [Or3ikla iiin C(liar.,
    , t',,>.s,r, ,sta :. ':,d ir-, w. 1 q an tlti-h." in tlieIast, he may be able h b,-i :i -ld. ab'i:tdanintrod-ctiu. -'' 'i ,*
    -'p'-' i [,,.i-ct vTr-', -t-- I t,,.,,tl- I ,, '-_, t-. lt. tom the States soon to be iuaiu,:,t. It- ans. ie, guides; vir- bktdht .;sp npnhb'eIdi.tv of the
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    Inter-Ational Telegraph Company. KNTUCKY-A *CLEAN SWEEP.- FT '' Constitutiona l Union.] TIHIE BLOODHOUND PARTY.-The
    I terational Telegraph Company. KENTUCKele below, which we takE Was Mrs. Surratt Guilty-? desire to destroy our enemies, which T
    ,dV it %Y11:dec from t... By he aticle belo, 'e ..&CI. ic ,Mr Editor-A wise and good man was cultivated under the name of pa-
    ,. l,-hw it will I......, >":hl ,atdto me ontt from the Louisville (ei o th 7th meon day of fh execu- triotism during the war of the rebel.
    t.e <-ilf ra:l .'l. M..il iu iil erit the ['em- tion of Mrs S i.i', "'that in less tha, lion, was like some poisons which, B(
    li-t, th. l:-th iti \ .,r., We ti.-it n .- ,it l-,vo-iinade a clI-.an r,.-.p..in. ten years the name. of every man con- when used excessively as medicine, GE
    e ,uu. ",' i ...... i- --t tli, rinti'te con- nected with her murderwould be held hold the system subjugated to their on
    .lec..., ,,'..t, .lil,-, al,.l_- ....-ation by t o A men' people." malignant effects after the disease has
    lf ',.d F on': r i. -. ,, n e e a o l t uv ej .u eole
    i,..ed in p,.':iitLng ti,'. f-- ir'lt:" 1-,,, tta,. caeer, This .li ,.tin was itWl at a time i.i.hld. Hatred to tbe people ofthe an
    -.4 .- ..ikwrpr '"'" 1KA M1with all h- .-', is t a a eb en 'e "
    :iy *-ii'iltirj- t,, -,..inti,,.-t,,i htb.. aive been .-when the minds of men (and women rebellious States, ciherished and stidm- -
    .;, L .1. -L1-u'"ni ;-.I',iii '] iii L I.- :Iu,1 ] tl. 1 I",t' of force, appears to when to' accuse was to convict, may have c.-'intrilitedl to its -' .csi i"'l
    I will b.- h.".l ,i..,int I,: "r-lw... i. in Kentucky. The Little did I think then that this conclusion. Peace has now prevailed a
    'n" .. ..' .' i say, prophecy of my friend was to be ful- for two full years; not an armed foe. fo
    nd HaMvana : y hOe-tr saysn: wl filled,'and still less did I think that a has existed in all that time; yet this fe
    "l (,..\LA,/eM.r 1. l BGy the returns which we. pubshsn great leader of the Radical party who ferocious spirit still subsists and is ".
    ., ..... i" ii. ing it will be seen that the hounded her on the floor of Congress, cherished as commendable by that F
    ril/, .:-,O-.,ia vn.h ht r '1f.-t ,r-'rV,,.'I Democracy i:-,\,: carried every district proclaiming her innocence, and hold- party which assumed the more parftic p,
    to G.-iiB--\iile,' iil will bU. tli,; l-,t t.-, in the State, and by majorities largely ing tp to the public execration the ular responsibility in prosecuting the h
    5e%;er the bond C'.IF111-.114exededing, ~rpo tiqtothe votey
    e\e. the on Ill, Y, exceeding, roporton t t vote man who, next to Holt, 'is responsible war. The desire still exists in the -
    S. M. AY, east, those ~given for Judge Duvaill for the murder of this innocent woman, minds of some, and is forced by parti- se
    .' Intendant. last year. Nothing like ll returns In vain, Mr. Bingham, will you ap- san ties upon others, to punish, humil-
    S-- "' '" are vet in from the Eighth and Ninth "eal "to the charitable consideration of iate and make miserable their fellow-
    ,N, :~ 13. districts wherlele Radicals claimed Pea t1
    o rt h vetESVILLEs tr'13.,t adin wli your cotemporaries and posterity."- beings, whose crime was that before h
    SCol.. Ma,,, y f Ocala -.-.tohav'e most strength, and in whicc That mercy which- you dealt. out to and during the war they held political
    Painesville :iept- yonr- rAil,,greet- e -hey confidently .c..... I to elect thispoorand friendless woman will be opinions different from those ofthat ac
    ii,-' -HOpln', the ni.ui, kl. tKp..wire theshr candidates, but enough is given shown when you and your colleagues party, and made a gallant fight to
    willsO4n be tren-thenled lt. rail; to shtowtl4 both Young and Adams in guilt shall stand before the.Ibar ofa maintain them. They struggled, suf- a
    arid as our t,'n ar:. mutIllv proud, ve beaten their competitors. public opinion, unswayed and uninu-flu- fered and bled for their faith, until
    iourbeautiti[34.nu,l,..:::., Saturday s w,..,rc ,< one of whowh enced by the passions to which ytu overcome, and subdued by superior k
    ;'i?.eri,tl,..rn, ni' ,v th ninL i -,1' th Kentueki ns may well feel proud- pandered for the purpose of procuring numbers. Then they frankly acknowl-
    ,Li~ i I it Our state has elected, an unbroken crn ~u
    n.I '.%L' tlbl".ie:-011 c,,I hi D OurState as elected a unbroken the conviction of your helpless prisoner'. edged themselves vanquished, yielded
    a' ,.., L", "* Democatih delegation theo Congess, The torture, the agonies of her im-- the victory, and gracefully submitted 9
    .. S 'SENCER, and thus proves ti is the 1ome prisonment' unsurpassed, unequalled, themselves to their late antagonists
    hitendauL Eethemselvesoptoothwhorovetlibertyandnares0o
    ."' -*Iite- ut, Elect. .of a. people who love liberty and are by anything recorded in the dark an- without reserve.
    filt!,,,true to the Constitution and the 'Gov-.T
    true to the Consti-uti.on and t G-rnals of the Inquisition, excited no tear, Did the conquering party, like a
    Do or-.,T-......mi-Thisbeau- of0 our f others. Leat^ y of sympathy in your bosom. How'can brave mai, show its noble generosity (
    speas wih th. cncehratatvockof
    tiul adi., it.. ... i ,Iise seaks with the. concentrated o of thereforlook for "charity" when to a fallenToe after victory On the
    comes to her ,i-; her deop condemnation wfthen 't a a victory ? On the t
    "ifit "ll ]t. ~i,...dri'l rorane ro pn-pe of thpcd at t pa- you shall stand arraigned for the pro- contrary, has not Congress, under par-
    ouf with 'n11 tll t,.. lItipl.:-A,.l fragrance revolutionary principles o that pah t miient part you took in the cruel per- ty discipline' adopted, from time to
    of tb oJrfi i" r- ov' "ithwhich, in enfranichism gthe neffro "to b
    of th..Jnk t l'.. w.'h. improves witth mn, s c g t sections and more cruel death of your time, continuously, ever since the
    eVrv, ii. ll_ d we a'e n, .t surprised seeks to enslave white men. innocent victim ? Your ready wit peace, a series of measures of oppres-
    th. t- f: l. I t i 'li, .bl Henceforih h let it be ni.tl i-t.,d..t. and quick repartee enabled you, to sive and humiliating to the last de-
    th.,t.eihe InIt-, dn i ceali. sr,-1 eor % ai' ga iz... .
    ....t. ehe win it th wils, as htanyfoot h nor dsorgafzero so e;extent to parry the blows of G-en. gree toward the subdued people ? In.
    oniaed their w,:,kg wo.ll as hve a.ny fothold in any, part. of our 1,i,l', ,ut. let me tell yo.u sir, that vention has been exhausted in inflict- t
    their h-.i-;ure li hrt. It- varied+.con- ti,..1-'"1C.t. old.Coe-monwealth.- ['d-l ,.,: .,1 ,n,,-1 his belief in the ing measures of degradation upon. th- -
    ,m cThe goiry ur Lcn,,Al, e thers O
    l tint-n eia ". ,Izbost e-vr0 topic of The glory :sind,....lr it .-nAthe ,,.:', ,,fMrs: Surratt, his words unhappy inhabitants of-the South; to
    .int- "L .n ltie ...k aen, firt d Si'nce the ,-,lll, ,:t ,t t .u e .i, l,t. up andedhoed :back by subdue their spirit and humble them ,
    riIc tie ,ead.ir-irnf krtchen, and fircst, se te "t -'- of. gt 4 the.
    A-lrSev.N l I. s.,-wild tone a cursed reign of radicalism, to -n. a i -f generous heart in the in the sight of their former slaves;
    :use wh. e ,l tone and unitedDemocratic delegation to Wash- N riand South who are has been an.
    t.the aonulit -AdLila:l.le.k information ington, to battle for the Conftitutino,,mhasbeen South, object of special gratifica-
    rtion eady tojoin in the chorus o execra- tion to those devoters of revenge. The
    f. fidrnihe.d, nQ ,-ue:, >.f the money belongs to our State. i-riti. -:iwitingyou.,and your aiders gentler influences of human sympathy,
    Svalue u'f its c lle,,t latt,:-rni, render *C t T -- D. iill _l-.i.*r-.'inl thislegal murder. the kindly charity which proudly tole-
    THE TRIAL OF JEFFERSON DAVIS.
    it a capital inletmlent-of$3, without. H 7 o. .. -. oBut my object in writing this arti- rates opposition .in opinion,'the spirit
    tie l i w The question of what shall berdone e -was for the purpose of availing hy- of Christian lovehnd charity-all give
    i-th tli0rnm~ wich i- .sentc for eveiy with-hlavik will soon. be brought to a selfof the returning sense of justice in way, and the great ma"-t
    ..i "a?"iri~iii. A"dr,;2-.. "< W head A dispatch from Washington the minds of the public and to offer a joins th] ,.4'.-, Tedi on by the party
    i Jeunings-.-I-n-:re-'t, 473 Brt'lwaiy. t,, theNew York' Ti. :, says few words in defense of the unfortu- trumpet blown by Sumner, Stevens,
    h! '"" th ~ e hNew ork. ilu,-', says- t, -Steven
    '" .. Judge Underwood, of the U. S.Dis- nate woman. That "she was a Chris- Wde, and such as they, who lead the
    "NO'RAO" ENT u JuHEgSOTH.nderwady,"'isofstiied b -.tS.- udas
    ENCORAEMNT THE SOUTH. iCourt or Virgiia, on Wednes- tian lady," is testified by th- Jdas hunt and demand the further humilia-
    The New York J,,ir:l ,f Commerce day, grated awritof habeas corpus at Iscariot of the prosecution,Weichman. tion of fallen antagonists.
    e publihe a rvte lette from i a exandria, for the purpose of bring- He demeanor in the prisoner s dock The brutal instinct of the blood.-
    - Parb, Luiia wpr te letter mich arroll Alexand i. e rsonerbefore his Courtatte drew from the pen of the Radical'e-di- hound feels no sentiment of pity in
    L Pat L i.. ,w uh. n- i tlr, which meets at Richmond tress (Mrs. Swisshelm) encomiums pursuing his pre'y. But these, though
    , ohourain ,,t.,nrs th t .oti. Amun., M.I-y,,the i6th inst. The writ which never would have been given conscious of a higher human soul,
    Other thinas,.tit ss that -the South i Gen Burn the officer unless they had been richly deserved, make pretense of zeal for the negro to
    yielded last "year abott twoc-l hune i.l at. Fortress Monroe, and while the srenit and composure with stifle theirtown conscience and fbr
    million llars ieval i tn iet Mr Go eShea, who which she bore the yetunwrittenh or, exuse to the world in adopting the
    ri* y'r-GogeSea orwsx
    d b 1-1o, ptere-tu ltt with r. O'Co a rors of her prison cell, won the admi- merciless instincts of the bloodhound
    for export, the elari:e-t in ount evner Iu M.""-- r.Davis, to Richmond, ration ant attracted to her the sympa- in hunting down their fellow-citizens
    rn- e n liu.one yearbvf,,re. Astthis i>- l;:ut ''*?, ^^ ^ ^thy of her bearded jailors. I do not nfh~uh-Vw ^ ToM
    a- er:,iewi er be lr>.l Atthis~- where It will place it in the hands of. thy ofher bearded jailors. I do not of the South.-Nsw York World.
    iherewill be prot ., i itten l:.lt limited Staes -iih: Dun- consider. now the.solemn declaration of ---__---
    cuh t,:,- thitnael t. -ric. The writ is made return- her innocence made by that fearless A NEw DEMOIcATIC MOVEMENT.
    anrs of L,,ii._ria ,i'e nthlft ,le on the second Monday" in M and stoical pr:sner, Payne, as he-
    Satre of Lii are t.-h lle on the second iMonday* in May, e sdw of athbut I A New York letter to a Philadelphia
    n'e ""j].....--, '1,:1111 instant, W ith L .r ..to s ,s. ad' w. f d. at. .
    .r p 'aCd t. m;i ;i .bp "V ---- -t he s"tien t,'" Wi i" I !--.i.p.. to a n incident in the last act of paper contains the following: ,
    .-~'-t .t ..t. itT-e la.r _oI lthe si-rrenlr t Mr. f 1 i, v tl. i- -iv lil, A.ama 1Hi i r-
    .+I"-u h1 tabo er. h, _- t, -mI t Y7, s-W:- L-Mi-IiC. ,u t' a.rly
    ,"iS"' ''r ta tl- l l i, t B o f- th e m o re.r. -it,._,n ii u t 1 -. .4i,-
    o .I on' : >. ,t*i ] :,:Bin u-irl,:'l B i t .ic' i O,. th_. hat bt:,iii -Ii..i b ;or.tv ill. ; IIltbil.: Democratic party, who have been
    7,. ,-.t7 ,u I'k., Il; ": : ':
    whi.yirlrt 1c- r aPpea for a few y i whi quietly in consultation here during
    ytit L t' :ir to: pi j--. \Vr-l 1 .' ^i r ghaIi t I-- mishm s ight l.r-.:-'i., her soul for eterni- the week, arein flavor of" a speedy
    .:. ,.u.Ii .tho prisoner shallee, : ,al
    ehlen ,1'.u I v lvned auiite,- "-' der ed to the'civil tyhad been denied. In twenty-four change of thlentire policy of that par-
    .--... ,i,..; l, I ,e surrender rd o th ci l ty e ie
    -, In e ,," w.,. ...., ,,;;, .tobe dealt with under the hours.the cruel sentence of the hlaw ty, in the lpe that it will. enable
    -urth. Ut.., thi..- r:,,i-.-:,- i United States District Attorney was to be executed.- Shemet her fate them to carry the next Presidential
    -1a~.r* reruir It 1i], [t. '1, I, of Virginia, is here, consult- b Lih 11. k.in ehliritian iesignati6n 'election. To make a long story short,
    S.--" ~ i.. "- t "- i,,' Attor ney-rGeneral Stanberry wlh: .~I l'ma:-.-I her conduct during the plan is simply this-to ignore the
    .;n tr ..' u..v--. .... the ..t of a r ,vl .i 'lr',-n.l.iint. She availed negro altogether, and bring up "In-
    \ ::.. ,~~11-,.' the -,# ,,t '"of a trial
    S,,,- i ,,'esent t,."', Chandler m -ltt ri itthe minis-ter ternal Improvements" in his place.-
    ^ i. ^_i~~i~ r t 1u prIresent, i'' i I'll Chan dluer 0 1,. ,* .. .,
    t I t t, t A of Iili:-.i,. whi was alniiiitti-l to see They will pledge 'themselves in favor
    ie If dv,,.:,,t- he :n;ii'e ,, the A ttor-_5I
    Tir',,N.-I.'i, .h- w., n, \i.i,.'d in-whatever course itmay her; ",;~ ~e r-it', conditions," and when of the Niagara Ship Canal, in favor of
    n .otle, Fei-i Fht:i r i:, tt,-, I. i." ,-a.'y for him to'pursue, but tht on the mining of her execution, she connecting the Chesapeake Bay with
    Awa .*1,b y- l-'so- i, e. e Ohio, in favor' of reconstructing the
    t Pe o'-I ,Fl-a., v-nct iinl-, th" Fi- itlin:,,A has not yet declared his wl-as raise e hih twhsoldiers from -th
    S- -."" ," ,"-though he is believed to be i i l s ad of psallet onnwhich she had spent so. many Mississippilevees, and of pushing for-
    'i[-l >.ilt tl',,ve, l "o i." % 'f an earl .trial, a i a o, hours of :i-,..r, her calmness and re- ward to completion the three lines of
    l,..!,. .'l.-i, i.derwood M Davir coun- signation __.i' evidence that she htad Pacific Railroad. It is calculated that
    t .Tlv t,-,u..k,..r n. ftl'.," ", Ji-,. tnderwood... Ms Davi cn- madepaoe with !er God. As she on these issues they can b carry the
    .e t t u p ,t ,,.,fr --u\,I,IImienia d his trial or ;--,, ` m -
    'rn, a ne n 1ui:h, i. lit, discharge. In this connect went n tto the gallows she great West. especially if Free Trade
    S.uds', u t,,i-,Ia iw, r. i n :,l,-. t.,n ii e stated tA of the t- ned to clerman and said, be tacked on, while of their success in
    yfour t t,. ,utlrs su.,,- od"for t 1ather,I Tm n,,,.,..,. May I not the Middle States they profess to have
    -- ,l q-e, h"W^^ l'..tl 3" il, ',1]d,[ltl[- .', nter of Judge' .ndewoods tell the.-._ p, ,',,1. from the gallows that no doubt. That is the programme inm
    i..-i..hd "-" Eor, psntter n are w nuere iam not-'- : '' No, no, my child," outline. It will have sote fillinggup 1
    .. ih- t e n u i -;, a -h L t ,! 1 cou rt, n ineteen a e w h ite an d five Ia ni ntei
    . "_- ........ colored, said he, -, wull do nogood. It might in regard to. the Monroe Doctrine, the
    "^ p '['vvv-i ** -Tl ~~~distub th^ present composure of your Cntttoa bi-tos n h
    -1- ..", ...... -, -'. The Tribune-s d patch_ a l.L s -mind. D0 not fear; justice will yet be binding force of Supreme Court deci-
    de-ilL n W:. I.. .: a.-.: ,i l-l If he should not be tried by this done yourimemory." She nodled her sions, but Internal Improvements and
    ^jfluec itthwau.x:cu., c.,rlrt.,' i-, .* will, it is understood, be assent, i, with this decharacion of her Free Trade will be the two pillars on
    yi.rd to be u- :-' ;.." l~rn.'.. ' "' ""-" taken Up by he United States Ci.reuit i['l''.['r"^" sBHO mounted, the scaffold which the platform will be made to
    .1 ,,,e.*, ;-,lid i._. 1-' [r ,s C(II.. \ th d -' District of:North Caro- and ]'.--*.", f1',:, ,1 there to eternity. iest.
    t- -wia,-,si- inie .,r cl rrvi,.-i' t.i-hIt e-<- lina, Maryland. and Virginia, which. A.'h'-'t13 I ,_,1,n and women of this This new political movement, as I
    1 -- .. "" -- -o, will meet at Richmond on the first c ,,',., Itl lidt this dying declara- havesaid, has been quietly maturing
    re clni-V,;, u-i u-: ,u t I,.. I u.1 ;1 pea,,- Mna in u. rumored that jieu of a ,Christiad lhxhl have ,gome for -tnhe time past, but it will be long
    *,e irl .. a, ^ -u1 is to-be made in the allot- weightwi, you when you come cal- before'H is officially announced, and
    F-'rS^J, exeinpt fionl tis;iti.:,n. ment of Judges for this District be- ly and without passion to review the with the announcement the Democratic
    0-1 j,' ", '- fre 'the-.ti id takes place. A' few days sentence)| the illegal tribunal., by campaign for the next Presdency will
    T"' aineille. 'e,-rr-- ilt aetdrrmine if Davis' case is to he whose Qio r,. she u'*as strangled] to regularly ,begin. -i.
    ,&, tl fa n n ,1 ; ,- 1 l ,' t l ,'- c. u t- 1 I, lt h : t.i.n k I l y... .
    tb !" 2";!w)"' 'll ot, there is nusthioiitv liil tatili-,, lh.ial;t "''-e ,,lrvrith ,1,,hii e i .' IO SII; 5 I!C MO .-O
    l^ih r.^~vnu ^i i.- be iiiort ^i^t lnt ^l*'^- v~iu- t,, h nsCt ^^s FtiOUSRi'rN RiCHMOND.-On -
    "fc., ake tile t~lo. ing'JW^I the i ,rle uer will be i'el.a.lfom cu-. 'l:e it st, I a who l el- l iiln-si t iri th, t l th inst. a seriolls'riot occurred
    it t Kl t.:,,,l\' lby tlie Executie. r.l t ti wh y willet "',l) ji,-tic,- in Rii,hmond amongst~crowd of ne-
    Bw Ca tt i N.r;1,-r oi-n Ati~jthei~ palc-h .j'i .. .ti thl. ..t,....- i I.i"yt.- ;i'mi ",cei U ;." :>. :-.roe who had assembled-on Cary-'


    -Z .hts A gy; anZtLu- Ah.,rr time iki on
    ani o hr.'p.derig an.B..
    peditionr It iin. a.-Ul
    mingling 0of tagdy.. 'apid
    ended. ". '. *- '
    >, ,..* /- ...
    T h e fj u e s ti.o n. w h y p ri ote r p ,*d v
    succee.-I as well as brewer "'- w.s n
    swered, "Because printers worb .or
    the head, andl inrewurs for the sto..
    aud where twenty men have stozaces;
    hIut one has bri.AinI-s.
    The Now Yo:rk H-riAl.l owns the
    best newspaper building in the world.
    The Tribune is to build one worth
    $250,'000.' We, like St. Paul, live
    in our 6wn hired house. -
    : '" "' 4+;2" *',
    Mr. Buchanan, whosefort'ne is
    reckoned at $200,000, is the richest
    of-our surviving ex-Presidents. -. <..
    , .. + +. -; "
    - There is a.negfr'oiti NewAIlb4In-
    ianam-.ogt'fa duall]V t ttrning white.
    'tAnd, it is ;ii.,' n good l' 1
    in" the Soitif are /apily turning
    black-:. -...+": '" "'-" ,- .'
    .FEAIB' -(I'XoRTALT-Y.-O- ver three.
    u ndrq& cities and' tiow ns,' nthe NrTifh,
    which w!t radical last-flall, Ihavo given
    dcm ofa ti^-jBoriusJiisspring.."
    A o:' 'i -i'r .. .,a ed


    ~3


    WHO SHOULD BE PRESIDENT.--
    he fearless, able and independent
    arnal, the Evansville Sentinel-oan-the
    order, says : We to-day nominate
    en. Robert E. Lee, of Virginia, a SS
    Lr favorite for President in 1868. m
    Gen. Lee stands before the world ti
    i 'Aiierican nobleman, a Christian f'
    without os0tentatiiion; and&a soldier with'.
    it a pi:-er, living or dead. a
    We a;k not'whether this purest
    )d noblest of living Americans, led it
    orth the legions of Virginia -in de- b
    6nse of his native State in an aggreo-
    ve war upon its sovereignty by the
    ederalists of the North; or whether
    artisan legislation has strilekeiou down r
    is rights as a citizen in the Federal- a
    stic system of concentralization. We h
    ie only the man, with his spotless
    urity of character, nobility of person,
    rue Christian greatness, and peerless
    onor. '
    Acknowledged at home and abroad r
    s the greatest and purest amongst v
    ve deem him most amply quahified'
    minister with dignity and truth, the
    principles for which his illustrious
    kinsman, George Washington, fought, S
    nd which the better passions of de- I
    generate sons have so long imperillpd, I
    }en. Robert E. Lee is the first choice t
    of a grand army of Democrats in the
    North, who are not afraid to urge his
    claims before that position for whieh
    God especially endowed hini. The ]
    imid men of the party may tremble
    when his name is spoken ; but the
    brave applaud.
    We believe that Gen. Lee's nomi-'
    nation by the Democrats of the North '
    would be hailed with deliglt by every
    true manhood and nobility of charac-
    tel tlhoughout the world.
    THE RELIEF FUND FOR.FIE SOUTH.
    rhe Secretary of War has issued a cir-
    cular to the agents of the Freedmen's
    Bureau giving directions as to the
    distribution of the special relief fund
    is provided by the joint resolution of
    Congress approved March 3,.186-7:
    -asgmTSafntdcommissioners are di-
    rected to gee that none but the very
    destitute r-i,. ',L mi'., which is to
    consist of one bushel of corn and eight
    pounds of meat per month for each
    adult person, and one-half the above
    amount of corn and meat for each
    child between one and fourteen years
    of age; and this issue of food will be
    discontinued as soon as early vegeta-
    bles and fruits shall be grown. It is
    further directed that assistant com-
    missioners appoint additional local
    agents, whenever. absolutely necessa-
    ry, for the special purpose of issuing
    these supplies,.to whonj the oath of
    loyalty prescribed by thu act of Con-
    gress approved July 2, 1862, will be
    administered, and no one. who cannot
    subscribe to the same shall receive
    such appointment.
    SHERIDAN AND THE PRESS.-A
    l.. -, gil.h npy. -1'- ;n some ot tho' -p.I.
    pers that a .1n N...- Orleans Timea,.
    Crescent tind Picayune, it is reported-,.
    have received an admonition from
    Gen. Sheridan not to indulge in de-
    nunciation of the Reconstruction law.
    This highhanded act was doubtless
    suggested by Schofield's warning to
    the Richmond Times, which, we are
    glad to see, is severely denounced by
    many of the Northern Radical jour-
    nals. The New York Tribune, speak-
    ing of it f"lets out," as follows : Gen.
    Schofield says hlie desires the utmost
    liberty of speech and of the press, but
    thinks this allusion to the army and
    'loyal peo ple of the United States not
    thle thing. In short, he just endures
    this outbreak, and won't stand any
    more such. Isn't he a HIaynau "
    EFFECT OF NEGRO SUFFRAGE IN
    VilRCNfA.-The C harlofctesvll'e Chron-
    i,; in an article discussin| .,b length
    he Sherman-Shallaberger'i'N, makes
    a statement that will take many reaa-
    ers by surprise. It is as follows : "In
    moee than 6ne-half of the. counties of
    Virginia tht negroes ouitiumber the
    whites. They can command the Leg-
    islature. The majority of the Legis-
    lature, under the Sherman bill may be
    negroes. Allowing for the influence
    of property and intelligence, a number
    of the members of the Legislature
    may be negroes." *
    * THE INDIANS OF THE PLAINS.-It
    seems to us that affairs on the plains
    might be better iu:iagad. The In-
    dians band together, make'raids, plun-
    der, steal and murder, andc, generally
    whefl our troops come' up with them,
    a temporary peace is patched up, the
    "nobie savage"-As complimented with
    tlv.-i i., mt. ii, eofl;-.-', il, nket?, and
    s.,naicitili? with ammunition, theen


    It was decided to-day by ti0oe hav-
    ing Jefferson Davis in their 'immediate,
    charge, that hlie should be conveyed to
    the Court room as privately as possible.
    In the hack with him were Gen,
    Burton, Dr. Cooper, and Major Mc-
    Elrath, and in the other hack were
    Capt. Millward who was a Union of-"
    ficer during the war, and is now 'bne
    Wfthe courteous proprietors of the
    Spotswood IHouse, -And Dr.' McGill,. 4
    and the Rev. Dr. Minnegerqle. On ,l
    the return to the Spotsw'ood hHotelr,.'t
    Rev. Dr. Minregerod&, in the comti
    puny of Mr. Davis and his fafthily andI
    a,few personal friends, o1ied up a, .
    prayer in thankfu- essfj r the release
    of his friend, ancifor his restoration -
    to the bosomf of'his friends and fami-
    lyand for his future prot qion. A.
    large nuAaber of visitors 'were after-
    wards received 'by himn.
    SThe folawing telegram. was receiv-
    ed by Judge Underwbod.iu the Court- .
    room to-day, a, short-time be'r~e he
    admitted MIr. Pavii to bail :
    WAST'IIN.-rN, M'ny 13'.-Judgo
    Ttrderw,),,d '8l."" Re-
    - I ll.vile 'A
    #.;+,,it nt? ,-


    je Tn rihop 1111 ra ,flaa
    egrld to'
    Davisi in Missi- of thefact;,
    infQrme him rd
    New York.
    Mr. "avi and. vis the v
    of their son this evening, la4,ate o-
    lyrood Cemetery. ..-, .
    M MARRIED,
    In Gainesville, on the evening of the
    liS inst., at the.residence of Judge Jl
    C. Gardner, by the ev. W. J. McCormick,
    Mr. S. A. FEW LL to Mrs. M. F. GARD-
    NERI. L
    IN SUWANNEE PRCUiT COURT OF
    * Pru4ua, Arch'ua County. to wit :-
    Spring Term, A. D., 1867-Ingersoll &
    Wasson vs. Vanoes A. L. Cassidey-
    Attacm Mt-amoUt sworn -to $96, .
    '- Damaig'li-S tSO.' ; < ,.'.. .- i .


    I ---- f ililil irir r n ii~ ii hini Iin Wommomm"iiii .iiii


    RIC.HMOND, May 13.-The'Unite".
    rates Court room "was packed this
    )rning. A military guaid was sta-
    ined around it, au:l a -stroug .police.
    rce inside. About 20 laie,s were -,.:
    lonng the spectators; also, 501) negroes.
    t 11 o'clock Mr. Davis wasl brought -
    and seated next to the prisoner's
    ix, with G(en. Burtornand (lie .far,-
    ;al. A servant aecomnpaniedubi'm.-,'
    r. Davi-, sitting by an ore'nl window,
    marked, "It is a little cold, isn't it,"
    id he was then removed to a seat near
    s counsel, in front of the Judge.--
    en. Burton's return to the writ was
    ad, aid the 'Judge complimented
    en. Burton in obeying the laws, and
    lieved him of the custody of. Davis,
    hen the Marshal immediately served.
    m him bench warrant, to answer the
    "orfolk indictment, Mr. O'Conor
    )oke ofMr. Davis' long imprisson--
    lent and feeble health, and asked that
    e be bailed. There being no opposi-
    on 4ponh the part o.fthe prosecution,
    -ho fixed the bail at pue hundreds
    thousand dollars, the Judge announced
    is readiness to accept tlbe bail, stating
    t the same time that the responsibility
    y of the delay in bringing Mr. Davis'
    ase into Court rested upon the Gov-
    rnument and not upon the District-At-
    orney. le also 4aid that half the .
    bail should be gjvfn by persomnsresid.-
    ng in the State of Virgiiia.
    The-. sureties then came forward,
    Mr. Horace Greeley being among the
    first, followed by Mr. Schell, of *New
    York, Mr. Jackman, of Philadelphia,
    and others. A number of gentlemen
    residing in VOginia offered their.
    'amnes as bail. Mr. Davis was con-.
    ;ratulated by several friends,but there
    vas no demonstration or noise of any
    kind. After giving bail to appear at
    the November term of.'the Court, hla
    was taken in a coach to the Spotswood
    Hotel.
    As Mr. Davis came out of the Cau,.y
    [louse and entered the carriage after
    his release, there was a loud cheer frouii
    the crowd of negroes outside, and
    ibout fifty of them gathered around
    the coach and shook hands with him.
    He has remained quietly in his hotel'
    all the evening. Hle will visit Cana-
    da in a day or two to see his children.
    The first names signed to the bail bond
    after that of Jefferson Davis was that.
    of Horace .Gr...-1-:,, theu Schell, of-
    N;ew York, and Jaieknian,- of Philadel-
    phia. A Tiltt*. ;ow dow is the nalnme
    of John Mainor Boutt. T-tii Viq'ghii%
    residents whiiJ igd WFere p..rinliii,-:t.
    citixens of Ri cliotd, niw'ichiiit ;.nl[
    lawyers. There seems to be a gerne-
    ral feelings of relief among the citizeps.
    and authorities that Davis is at last-
    at liberty. It is stated that the Grand '
    Jury hasindicted Vice-President John-
    C. Brcckenridge,Judge H. W. Thomas.
    of Fairfax, and four others, for trea-
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    cry, in .front of.the Court House Door in
    the town of 0 rine'-illi-, on the 23d day
    of May next, at 12 o'clock M., eighty-two
    thousand (82,000) acres of land lying in
    .the county of Alachua and State i.' Fi.-..
    rida, or so much thereof as will pr." ln,
    State and County taxes due for t11. e li.
    1866. .
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    Railroad. W. C. BECKHAM,
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    Un.li e in ll, e i. rtllira 1 ii-II- l',)ron thlieatipeel
    ani puoEitiin o t ihe planels and fixed lars
    in tLhe hli>: -i :;',l I h i lime of iritllh; t.h
    deduces tihe lulure destiny ri man. Fail
    nu Ito con.ul lthe greate-sit As-irolgit on
    earth. It cs..itA you btin a Lilifl and y..u
    niay never again have so f'ay..rable an l.p.
    p.orrlunity. .'usu alLililn I'', with like-
    ntiiz an, all ,le-ir',il ilifr, illu l, '1]. b Par-
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    n;iii-l'aciion Iu tihen- ilves, as it in p r-..vn.
    A hull andl explicit chart, i vrilienraiu, 0 lh
    all inluirihs aiisiverd auiid lik vnei-s rn-
    clksed, enl byi m-ail on receipI of price
    above Tienliti:ned. Tlhe s. triciiil e-.i
    will be Yok;i.iii indlI, and all e:ld rri|ro.,iI -
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    A GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS!
    NA o Soap o Water. o Slop .
    BROWN'S GLASS CLEANING '..,LI-IH.
    Patented October 10, 1565.
    Eor cleaning and polishing windows,
    mirrors, gold, silver, plated ware, brass,
    copper, Tin, &c. A new invention of the
    greatest practical worth,convenience and
    economy. Indispensable to all house-I
    keepers, hotel keepers, store keepers &c.
    'Address C. M. Brown, No, 74 Bleeker st.
    New York. 'Liberal discount to the
    trade, Price 30 ceui per box. 72 30'


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    R,.\NTED.).
    J_'lIr -e. 011O1l ,ril-liiy i,'-is are sttil-pe.-A
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    I. *1.'_, N ,.. ''i..n, 1l."',1: N ... peni, i 07.'..
    'T11E ABOVE PENS IN SILVER PLA ,
    TED EXTENSION CA.SE., WITH
    P'EN CILS.
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    r 'ir.-i, a No. :, pen. 2.i 1 T. inliy.
    For $1 .7-, a N- 4 .p,.u, -'..Il ,iality.
    Fotr t2.2-., a No. a pen, 2-1i u livy.
    F.-r 'i2.75. a No. *.. pen. 2.J ,i ilih .
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    Ui i L l.1 l 4 Li it',l -1 111ly tor I h,. ir liU n.i
    11 tilii, ?, 1,.ii i Vrl .ility .111 1 -i. I li h n ls .,
    The gieai,:4Il icle i u-(v l ii tihe-ir nitn-
    iuli.-'dure, -nn.I ri..ne i -.,i wili the
    -ilghie-t impi rfet'f .'i,:,i wilii.h-i k.il! i .Jle-

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    \ I4Ih i ,.,r Hn i.'h i, e al'- ihei i.le :L'ehit-I
    ori .? i Unii.il Slates. Wi-r li.i'e tu ,lm in

    Jib.,il.. r-. ret.il-r-., J-w-l.r-.,' an-l .ill
    ,l 'il l: : ir l ll, t l l he o'.i:il I'Iy ,
    ;i r |. ri:-l -Ir n, h r a cir. l.ir. Ad -
    .irc-- E. I', V.3AENrINE C0O..
    M u l llil' ill'f l lll'J V h',1i 1-' ,le I 'r l,-'- i ;11
    Watches, Gold Pens aInd Jewelry, No. 15
    Maiden Lane, New York. "
    July 13. 52.


    'NOTICE.
    All person indebted to the state Oliver
    Bryant, deceased, late of Alachua oionty
    will make immediate payment;-and those
    having claims against saia estate will pre-
    sent them duly authenticated withini the
    time prescribed by law, or this notice
    will be plead in bar of their recoovery,
    W. R. McINTQSH, Adtn,
    April 13th, 1807, 7U 21


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    East of the Siuwannee.


    The exercises of this Institution are in
    successful peraonl. .
    A ibmp tent corpe of Teachers iha been
    emil oped b-thha Boardhcrf-Educaiion.;.
    The County Comwmi-sioners ofrthe coun-
    ties east of tha Suwannee are hereby no-
    tialfl* uRn1 solicited to send, tuition gratis,
    Stilio iii-thui.u,n, as many pupils as
    Ih.-it rp-. eeivei counties have Represent.
    atives iu the lower House of the Geineirl.
    Assembly of Florida.
    dood boarding facilities for young la-
    dies have recently been perfected. Young
    gentlemen can be accommodated in pri-
    vate families on reasonable terms.
    All friends of education may rest as-
    sured that instructors of ability and ex-
    perience.--thoroughly versed in the vari-
    ous sciences-and arts -ta-ught at our best
    literary institutions will be employed to
    meet our growing necessities.
    Co-operating with all measures which
    may be instrumental in developing the
    i-ftellectgial resources of Florida, we with
    pleasure prestt the claims, of this flour-
    ishing instiTution to the favorable consid-
    eration of an intelligent and appreciative
    pubic. S. McCALL,
    President Board of Education.
    J. C. GARDNER, SeC'y. 72


    E 8IDA RAIL RDt.



    ha niige of S'c hedule

    6. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MARCH ;.
    4th, lt&i7,'~ %ifttier will leave Frnan '
    dina dail,,utind-ynVrpted,at 7.o.iok
    -S"'. conneliring wilih the ca ati the
    Draw-Bridge. The tra s nill .leave the
    LDraw-Bridge at 8' 'clock A,. M., arriin,gL-.
    at Baildwingar. 12 q'olopk, and Gainessillel
    at 4.i 6 p. M, '
    'A Irfn will leaye OainLeville daily,
    Sit,,,Iy 4cepted, at.8 o'0lock A. M., "ar-
    riving at' Baldwi "at 12 o'clock M,; and
    at, Fernandina 5.380 P, M.
    Arranfgepients have been-made for .the '
    accommodation of' Freight as well as Pas-
    sengers.
    gir Close connection nima)t4 at Bald-
    win with the Florida .Central lRoad io'ar'd.
    from the West.


    S T.. _,Tle Steamer 'LIZ IrP:MI
    .Li.Ul Iav ''. rm an i : ftr AJ-.
    rnaii u' thel 'rival tf Lle Irauin m .
    in. vi'- .I I Balilivin every MO1NDA.V
    E E I.lN,.

    TI.- I,e:mer "*[ICTATOR '" will leave.
    *Fei Ini.Ii 1 t1:.r Savanjai4.-anl ( arle-L -n
    -,nthl'na]i il .I.t the train froL' I iie.-.
    -vi'lle and Baldwin, every M)Nlilo A
    EVENING.

    The *ftatmer "SYLVAN SHORE"! will
    leave -Fernandina for Savannah, oi the,
    arrival of the train from Gaii et!.~V' and
    Baldwin; every FBUDAI L\ EN!I '

    The Steamer 'l \TE" wi leave( F er-
    nandina for Savannih ai,,d I harlestoa cA
    the arrival of the train from G.-ie.'i,
    and Baldwin, every SATURDAE EVEN-
    ING..

    A& Passengers aill ',gi..-: i lraui.--
    ferred fromn Roadl t, st.tI.-r 1r ,f if
    chilit .z ."
    TIL. P. ME.DER.
    Engineer i anil Sup rbe1l6ent. ,
    F,'r a.,udlin',. M :i'rih I-,r l n 7.-.it l


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