The Weekly Floridian
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Title: The Weekly Floridian
Alternate title: Semi=weekly Floridian
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Dyke & Sparhawk
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1869
Publication Date: 1867-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 12, 1867)-
General Note: Publishers: Dyke & Son, <1871>; C.E. Dyke, <1877-1880>; N.M. Bowen, <1888-1890>; Chas. W. DaCosta, <1891>; W.N. Shine, <1897.
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ttItIloxibin; PROCEEDINGS+, OF TIIE'SENATEFRIDAY ; : Mr. Pnrman, from the Committee on the Judiciary: made the tnrc, rC'\l'stinl the opinion of this court upon the legality of tho M((1. Atkim, front the Committee on Enrolled th v i
>t.T.esday following report : ( lon.bijnh niIt as Senator: of the United follow ing report :

: Your Committee to horn was referred Senate bill No. d3 States: from Floril; nll.. the Supremo Court should SKKAIX
c -.-- ,-. respectfully\ report back tho seine to the Senate: and recommendtsln"sage. decide] that etctiol was illegal :and void, an election here Tallahassee: }'//a., January }
Februory 1s, after nude at tho present session of the Legislature would] be To TUB SxUt: .

Jnnunry 29, I!&CO. Respectfully submitted, legal and slid( Your committee ask Icavo: to report that
'An act of Congress approved July 2.t, 1POC I entitled) "An net
J. PURMAN, Chairman the following bill and resolution submitted to find
Senate met at the usual hour.
nnd of elections for
to tho time manner holding Senators

The Prayer President by the Chaplain.}pro tern. in the Chair. .R.. T.M.[ WALLS SMITH..J. ,. rrgl1t.il Congress ," (Laws 30th Congress, 1st session, 1. 21:1)pro'iI'e : ) th,1 Senate correctly l hi No.enrolled 00-:To amend an act to ,
that tho Legislature which! shall! be chosen preceding
On motion of Mr. Wcntworlh, a call of the :Senate: *in G. U. SM1TIISON:\ the expiration of the time for which any Senator was elected Courts ; nllo, f
A. L. McCASKILL.Whiili Senate joint resolution No. 13-Accepting a
ordered. pnbloIlldq
AGE:"TA4 to represent said: State in Congress, shall, on the
The following Senators were present : was read and tho accompanying bill, on motion, indefinitely alter the and orgunmtion: : thereof I'rOIII1I'I'JI. from tho U. S. Government. t"
authorized for meeting proceed
Agents con-
onr 4uly t' (
Miewtac adrertltlnf are and tnbtcrlptlon,and reccltlng Mr. President, Messrs. Allan, lradwell,l Crano: Ginn, 1 1 illycr postponed.Also I lltor in Congress in Ilt'of such Senator: so going out of Respectfully submitted
acLII. foe' .' Kalr.enberg, Kendrick, Mcaclinni,McCaskillPearce[ Smith the following : l K.u-h) house shall ) J. D. ; f
> for money for "m' office, in the manll'r : opculy, by n
,4.oct1pllDr.WBiatos Co.,88 Common it,New Orleant.ta. Smithson, Undenrood. );:Vaughan, WnlU, Week and l Wentwortli\ Your Committee to whom ::19 referred! Senate hill Xo. 53, relating ri'ivi !'(H'e'lte f"I\wln( ; member present namo: one person for Clim'n Cora, on j -.

T.,e,..t Si..o" ,Etc.,Hontleello,frla.C -18.The to an net concerning/ Forcible Entry and Detainer! beg Senator and tho name of tho l'cr901 so voted for, who shall have Which w na read and) tho bill and f801ntiou the !i f
.LP""P"w'J"01"1",r''Ia. following were absent : : rt tho same: back to tho Senate and] respectfullyreconunenS a majority of the whole number 01 votes\ cast in each: house, shall President pro tctti. f '

----:=:::--:--- Messrs. Crane, Crawford, Hunt, :Morague\ nod Pnrlllan-S. its passage.: he entered on tho Journal of(' ( house, by the clerk or Secretary On motion of Wentworth[ the Senato half :

rtT Stbtcribert,will olxcrte the Crow (Clod Maikon, On motion of)[Wentworth the I'alll'f the Senate Iran pus Also Assembly !bill :No. 41, relating to the jurisdiction of : but if either house shall f.u'l to give such majority past ,

.sir Dnr..which reptetent that their term of tnbicrlpI pended.Assembly. County Judge to nny th'reol person on said d.iy, that f.K-t "hal bo entered on tho jour fin'0

,,kit expired," govern tlgnlfles themselves that accordingly that It the last bill No. j)7) thC' order for this hour, was taken: up 11 1:. M.( SMITH, Chairman, nal. At helve o'clock, )1,01 the It,1\ tho members ofthe --- ,
the name
I iHm,:k after! and read the second time J. T. WALLS, two houses sh:1" in joint 1 tltI! )', and the jour

1>P*' WcnUortli offered. substitute ; G. 15. SMiTHSON, nal of each hOI t! bo read, and the person who shall have SATt'UDAY, ,January 30, IS0( J

Ail1h'AiCC:" n';...:U. Which was adopted.Mr. W. J. PURMAN, received mnjority of nil the votes in r< rA house shall bo declared ", the Senate went into Executive '
'I..U -o-U- moved to mjspond/ <1 the rules and<1 take up the A. L. McCASKILL. elected ; I..t'if. tho InDO person tlhllnot: have: received n The 01otil'following. executive nominations were :

bill on its third re.tding.: Which uris: read: and Assembly' bill placed among tho orders majority of tll'I'h'I in each house, or rtll'r house shall have W. T. Moore[ to be collector of revenue for cn ,
,us prepared to do all KIXD8 OF KUL1NO Mr. llillyer moved to lay: the bill on the table. of the dAy, and l Scimto: bill No. 53: w as taken: up road the 'tailed to take proceedings as required I, tho assembly shall \'it'l 1):avid Montgomery[ sheriff. !

Lit may be required from LIST.tbs sraalleit!! not'I"Pct'tb.lari Upon which the yeas and nave were railed: 1 for nut the vote second time, rule; waived by a two-tliirds rote, read the third th"1 pioceod to choose, by a viva voce vote of each memberpresent I ompsry Cain to bo collector of revcnno ,

.L FaJOIlT was t time end \put' upon its passage!, upon which the vote was : ) I' I. 'rltl fur the pmpo.se' nforesaid, mid the person having \. 1 I', Hunter to bo, n of taxes for )
IU.L HSADS printed.nil ruled la any style ro- Yeas-Messrs. Atkins Crawford: GiIlIllIi11rcr. Kendrick] Yens-Mr.[ Proidcnt] Messrs.[ Atkins, llradwcll Crane, Crawford n majority of nil the! v 01"01'said joint assembly ly, (:a majorityof Aaron: Smith to In- clerk 8,118r of Court for Hrc\ard paceof
iulreJ without
,or ruled ordrr for printing.ruling to the Fi.o.im*rrata Moragne, McCnskill[ :Smithson, Ullder'oo.1."alllthnn., IIn,1 Hunt, Katroiilu-rp, Kondrick) Moacham[ McCaskill, Pearce, nil the member* elected to both hoiiies being present nodvoting Flunk Ilith. elected member of tho Assembly.
I tnt li year W.eka-l1. Smith :Smithsnn\ Vniiglmn, Walls, Weeks and WI'lIt\\'orth-17. ,) .hnl I bo ,IIllo,1: .duly l'h.t.I ; nod in care no person lK
Niiys-Messrs.[ Uradw, Crane, Cruse, Hunt, Knt/enberjr/ Nay-Mr. (!iiui- I.So I. shall r"(" 'I' such II\ ) on I .tlt day, tho joint assemblyshall \% .1 I IT.,: Jenkins bo judgo for tho Jackson -
Meucfinm, Pearce, Purinan, Smith, Walls and] Wentworth. the) bill passed.Mr. meet at twdll o'clock, M., of each Slt'I'l.tlj day' duringthe in (pluoo of "'11I. J, I'urntan, elected State

ADVERTISING RATES. So the motion was lost. IVaree, from the Committee un Kngro{ "I',1| hills made session oft the Legislature] nod I take at 01 \'Ottlllti n I Henry Hnr.cn to ho sierit'of) Nassau county, Nsthnn .

Mr. moved to postpone inJdillitl'I '. the fullowinij report/ : Senator shall ho .1.'I'I'J I I.. ( removed.
"'or- Upon wish the yeas and nays were cnllcvl for and the vole SFNATI: (.'11 UUWR, j No statement flrtll is presented to us, but it i is probablycipeeled Hitn'I, 0110.(C', Kodmnn to bo sheriff of Duval o of

was : 1'1I1I1ltnqFE'I'! Fl.i.: J nll'y 29!I. 1809.To f l that we !,hlllllill: : the journals of tho two housesof James J. Holland[( ,

[HE WEEKLY FLORIDIAN, Yeas-Messrs.[ Atkins! Crawford, Ginn, Hill)'or, J\l'lldrid., un: $: 1o.\II:: : : t the Legislature, I purposeof ncerniiiing( what steps Frank K.: Little l'eIOye.1 of revcnno for ) Laplace
McCaskill Smitli: and Weeks-0. have been taken in reference to tie of Senator in 'place
Moragne, on 1.II'I'tiol
I of S. removed.Win. .
TALLAHASSEE >A.WjlI Your ask leave that have examined Thompson,
}'I.OHIl Commitlec to
\ : they
: report
Messrs. Brad well Crane Cruse Hunt KaUcnborp, of the Senator vvhono term will expire on the 4lh day of March
Nays- tho follow ing; bills submitted\ to them, niiil I fluid I them! correctly U. Christy to bo' assessor of taxes for in
'- .-- --- Mcachain, 1'earce, Purinan: Smith, Vaughan, Walls and) Wentworth next. place of S. N. Williams: removed. '

:' JI!; ;, M!1 I !!I T!_I ?j t_I)g I !i J I M So the-12.bill was not indefinitely postponed.The Attorneys engrossed Senate\; bill mid i/No.:County.12: to Judges.bo entitled nil act for th,' pay of Slate matters Protesting of judicial that] tho cogiii/nnec questions, and involved lint l the In tho"opinion"iiujuiry nro of ,this not S.l>n\id M.( Uiclmrdson W :Mi/ell[ to to bo bo assessor collector of of tCI rovcnuo for for O .

bill its third Court is binding ', the matter being purely of legislative
1-LOO 1.6e 1l 4,00 e 1)9 pi$20 was passed to reading. Respectfully| Milimilted], upon nobody J. N. HI'hnr.11 to bo collector of revenue for .
,11.00 I 3 0 ::: 7.60 soot: .1.101aa0: 7.80 I: I: : : :: The following message was received from the Assembly : C. 11. PKARCK interpretation the 'nlllnljlllolltill. yet because tho Constitution of A. ,i. \00,1. jr., to be assessor of taxes for .

1 n.J 00 10,00 11,011 ItOO I' t4 ae 10 aea AdSF.MIll.V ]llit.l., )t Chiii'n Com. on Kn rosxod h Itillx. "requires CIllt J Olili'l1 "upon any )point Wm. .1\ul,11 u> bo for ia

.1"as411.o, t1.0019.i 15.10111.1I0 b 1.00 in II it oe 47 Ise 1:1: ties U Tallahassee, Fin., Jan'y 29, 1POO.I JHon. J Which wat read: and) t the lu-coinpniijing )bill phirvd. on its law, \vvih hel required tutu by' tho of(hu the Coiiniitution.At lire .rOI'llminet' to #place of [Horatio, Jenkins, jr., remove for and
% ee.00 : requirements
i 24,00 SO.OO. third Iur'also/: nod libellous charges against tho Chief which
limo 17,00 S'OOI4o'.00 114,00 12 .4 IS7 177 100U JOHX 1'. ]KRIVMINCKR: reading.On : to the facts then relating to the of Mr. Gilbert as
"I'I'tiol hate dishonor tho and. '. ,
to IMOO 48,00 10,00 72,00 U 110 176 ISO eel motion of Mr.[ the Senate! nljolll'lIl..l at ton minutes brought upon State f' I i iiti
lIillp'r. do find that the after the
President of the Senate: SI'lltol'l we lot on ''It'IIII Tuesdiiy nnd] Us
before .i" (. retar.llt prosperity.
A iqure' It tea mtnfon llnet or lets.Adrertltemtnti SIR-I am directed by the sembly to inform the Senate that one 'I'k. organization of the Legislature, Ht its :<''Klill commencing on Wi.Illlll'l'l i 1).1.1\1'1 to bo' assessor of taxes for .
unaccompanied by the CASH will not Assembly has passed tho 8th day of June lust l. either would ojionly) n'f voce of J: to bo collector of revenue for .

rein\ attention. Senate bill No. 24, to bo ciititttal an net to ninend an net to each member! present named any person, for Senator of the United A. II. Clark to bo collector of revenue for Loon/ ; place
lithe money enclosed don not coyer the number of provide for the Incorporation: Towns and<1 Cities in the State of M.[ State in pluuo of n Senator \bolo '1'11 of ofllco wns aboutto of M[ McCormick, ,"
icrtlont ordered, It will be Inserted a Iwt somber of 'wo worn! KO'olel r.r. to supposed] vn.clncl'81 'clnl'll
Florida, with amendment. expire. persons ll L C. Domilly to IllCMIOr of Lazes for '.. re-ftp
On.J" or two eoplct only of the paper will bo sent to adthen Very resnpclfullvVM.! Tho :Senate met lit Iho usual hour but no \'OtPI were given to fill tho term 'oll'ndnj on pointed.
,inlet an etpecltt: agreement to the contrary l I' \ (. FORSYTH: i 131' NUM; [, Tho Prt i.llntl'l'O taut in tho chair of Starch 1111. :Subsequently)', joint (' tho Henry Albury to be sheriff llilUboroiigh
iiile.lAilrcrtttement. Clerk of the Assembly A quorum present. two houses of tho )Le;+ witholt tho previous' separate On mutiol, (tho doors were ojwncd..
marked wlLh the number of lime action of tho houses, elected, Mr.[ Gilbert fur I the commonci.g -
) No. taken ordered bo tl'rl I'roNidenl announced tho Assembly
bill tho Assembly 1,11 57 wait up, to printed 'hl I'f h'I, signing -
accordingly. Which was read and the arcompanjing" placed! among
,and charged March
f 1 1 tx Inserted until forbid in next
amid made tho order for 10 bill for of and
ppocinj: at a Iro\'i.lo payment mileage ,
of and tomorrow 1.
lAll adrertl whom amount space orders of the
contract er
day. bill No. taken read thu third lime and It appears to us, therefore, (that such .I.tl"l was irregular and officers and attaches the
Ijth of time are bed by abon rake, will be required Senate 58 was up, put pay miliingo to to u>
Also the
I conlne their advertising ttrlctly. to their own business, following : upon its passage' upon which tho vote was: but it 1 out of" our power to decide that the election was i 10. sloe of tho Logmluluro in November, A. D. 1683 ;

| ftt otherwise stipulated.Term :\!liKYIII.Y HAIL, )t Yeas-Mr.[ )President! McsHrs. Atkills Ural\'I, Crane, Crawford gal void, that question' 1.ing ciclumvely for the Also ciirullod f Assembly joint resolution pty'of' tinrinlivrs.

-0-' Tallahassee, Fla., J 111\')" 29, 1809. f fHon. CrU8l. (tiiui,
of $abserlpll.m I JOHN N. KRIMUIXGER, kill, Pearre: Purnian: Smith, :Smithson Walls, Works and \.enl It is within tho power of tho Soimto of tho United Stales toregard Senate bill No. 48, was read tho second tn1o ,
worth ) the provisions of tho net of Congress as ,directory)', nnd to two-third road the third time
: : tlco President of the Senate : -1 9. by n vote, I pa0sngo >
Annom, : :
coneliulo that tho Legislature of tho State lion its will,
I NU Kontht.! : : I i iThee I I M SIB-I am directed by the Assembly to inform the Senate: that Nnys-Xonc. 11lrOllu,1 upon \\hichtho voto was
and that the of Mr.[ Gilbert dcniro
1 00 bill constituency representative } Yean Mr. Messrs. Crane Oinii
Monthe : : I I : tho has So the passed.The ,
,1.t'oP1. : : : : : 10 Senate Assembly joint resolution passed accepting a grant of land from tho vote ot yesterday by which Senate )bill No 42 was ordered taken' and) that while) in point of f.iet, thu eltlol HillIT, ('nbfrg.Ilo"ilont Ielldrlok. Meaoharn )[ f"A\ *.

U. S. to bo, enrolled, was reconsidered. lot have plnco upon the day, and in strict conformity Inr Smith, Smith MOi, Vnujh1\n, 'ek: and Won t
rOOD rOB DCSCBR.A foreign physician unfertakes government. respectfully, On motion of Mr. Ilrllnn. tho Assembly was requested) to tho statutes, yet that it was n fiiir expression of the [' Nnys-None.So .
to cure donees by electricity. SwitchJ Very FOUSYTH UYNUM reconsider their bill No. and return tho whom was VI"tet tho duty of, tltI't.tiol. In the very nature of thin
1V M. ,
4 hi l'nal"1
J J;.used to havo, though an electric striking effect U but not the crurl.doctor'skiilicalion lie Clerk of tho Assembly. same to this body for important amendments.Mr. things, there id nothing Ilforn 11. ('ni eimblo us to dotermino Mr. \', tol thu Commltloig on fol
tho of
['d\ the Instance of a child, who,under the In- t Mcachnm, from the Committee on Education, n.ad-t the question is'nl.Jt, lowing report" :
enco oi electricity grew three centimeters lu a Which was rend anti the joint resolution ordered, to bo en following report : Wo may say whether rl"lllf'"lll of tho law have teen Your Coimnitteo to whom has 01 referred bill

'glc month and Los since been always first In- rolled. Your Committee to whom has h'cl referred AssemblyIiit; complied) with, but wo cannot say wh'tllr thu, Soimto will overlook No. /, cntitlud] an act for tho Alberto .
1\.1. of lint In his class. Vegetation Is much Mr. Atkins! from the Committee on Knrolk-d bill made the resolution No. 13, beg leave to report that they have! carefully this, or determine that it w'us 1IIII'( llry. If the Soimto Sheriff nud oi-oflicio Tax Assessor and] ,. to
her and more rapid In Its growth when elected determine thnt tho election vtn valid 1, that is final ; but until it U Cletor
following report : examined tho same and respectfully recommend thnt it thnt they hvI examined the
l than others Sac, The theorist proposes, pans report carefully
with this amendment .lcerlllilll. itt validity will remain an open question' 111.1 with statement imido lute .
of experiment tliat; the six lowest pupils : by Mnj.
JtarJ. Comptroller
way SI;iATK CHAVHKU: TnllahaHsee, Jan. !30, I860. knowledge ol tho future, wo cannot nimwcr tho inquiry.
each class in a lyceum or college be subjected l Strike out (30.00 and') insert '12.00 out. nnmod party in lltitle.t to tho rele ." most
ibis chctrlcaltrelltmenl. To TUB SENATE : All of which is respectfully submitted.R. 1. An election at a subsequent day ot I thu present! Session, no ri-Hjioctfully/ recommend its tiassago.

Hire we no devotee of science among us who Your committee ask leave to report that they ha\o examined MEACHAM, Chuirmsn, Joint Assembly having been held on tho day succeeding tho voto All ol which is respectfully submitted,

ill undertake to euro the dunces in the Florida the following bill submitted to them, and\ ) find it corwtly enrolled W. J. PURMAN, taken in U! legislative Assembly)", nny: stand upon mmilnr (1. K.: ,

?ji llure t U is true it would cost money, as viz: G. II. R lrJSON. grounds] a* to Irregularity) neither l being in strict conformitywith W. J. I'UIIMAN,

) electrician could afford to undertake so huge Senate bill No. 40, to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled J. T. WALL. 11\wI the Senate might admit t lofusu to admit] cither. H. KATZENUEHU,

job with iuedunces as fancy they are the asmblcd an act providing for tho publication of Official and) Legal Ur the Court. U. MEACHAM,
] bill
Which was read and the iiinondmcnts concurred in, the E. RATPALL: C. J.
wisdom of the State free gratis for no- Advertisement read] tho second) time, rule waived] by a two-thirds \'ote. read Which wan read.] ;[ *\ I1ENUY A. CllANE.Vliich ,
submitted.J. ) : \ read tho
ing.>'nefti of Let\the ts dunce have. an appropriation for tbo Respectfully A..VI'idNS; Chairman. the third time and put "101 its passage, upon| which the voto Senate bill No. 32 was taken up, read] the tlJr.I :time nnd put or.luf of was tho day. all accompanying bill t.h
was :
.. .. upon its passage, upon which tho'oto wan : [Wuntworth, from tho Committed on I tail the
Which was read. Yeas Mr. l'reHilelt i ) Atkins Hradwcll Crawford]
Ielsr" Messrs. Atkins, ] Crawford, \
I.ee'. lleernblr I named. YeIN-Mr.I'rolidolt Irawll following : .
announced the of the bill therein report
President signing
Crane Hunt Meacham McCankiIlf
llillyer, Moragne
Crusl. C Kntzenbcrg, Menchnm,
In a clever article upon the reported Joke that The President tem. announced the signing of an enrolled! HUlt, Your Coinmiltcu to whom ha been referred No.
pro Pearce! l'urman, Smith, Smithson, Vaughan, Walls and Wentworth Moragne Purman, and Wuutworth-15.
I1lIt'ould not appoint )Ir. Davis Secretary o Assembly bill for the relief of certain persons therein named. -17. 3, entitled au act to amend tho act incorporating

i'ar, the Chicago Times says : The following message was received from the Assembly : NIYI-1lelus.. lcCaHkl.. !rithM'J, Underwood, Vniighsn) and (icorg) Hail( road Company beg leave to ty

-Jet[ Davis to-day b the superior in brains, Say-1lr. Gnn-I.. "reckG.So have carctully examined the stimo, old wouL
) .
id the of three fourths ASSEMBLY HALL, the : .
peer In genuine loyalty, with tho 2d
f the politicians of the dominant party. His Tallahassee, Fh.: Jau'y 29, leaf( f Mr. llillyer introduced) a bill for the relief of Geo. E. Wentworth Mr. I'urral, from the Comnutteo on thin Judiciary] nmdu the suction rl'cumlellilt.J"TO pII'"le ti

run superiority consists in the bet that, while N. KBISIMIXGEB Into tiheritTof Escambia county, (No. 08 ;) following alert : said hlmll build! and
lIon. JOllY completo
c labored four to dismember the Union, Which was the first time, read second Company
years the Senate red rile waive tl Your 'ommittco to whom rtferroif" Senate No. 67, months of this
I Ie, 'tame: thing was done In two years by the JVwfcfent of : time, rule read the third time wan li nftoel alter tho passage
UJical loyalists who controlled the federal leg- Sm-I am directed by the Assembly I.t inform tho Senate wave was : upon it passage relating to tho establishment of I lolllillon to prepare a Coda All of which is respectfully submitted,
rlatiua.! Ia truth, Grant might select a good bas upon of Practice for this State, respectfully report tho same Iack IntO (I. E. ,
that passed,
Assembly Yens President Messrs. )Bradwell Cranr
i Southern would be ,
my men who more un- 1Ir. Senate and recommend its
1 Senate bill No. 6o-To be entitled an art to amend an act entitled passage. ,
Hunt McCaikill Pearce
Katzenbcrg, Moragne
their devotion to the Union morevoolulcal Crul Ji'er, submitted I,
In the management of the national an act to organize the County Courts ; Purman, and Smithiton-14. UellcUidly
endiiures,! ,, more to be trusted In council brain Assembly bill No. 54-To be entitled an act to provide for :Sa Atkins Ginn and 1Valls-3. J. PURMAN, Chairman' Which was road and tho li recommitted to Com
"' than of the fanatics, in West Florida 's-1Ie81f. M. SMITH. mittee.
action| a majority : the construction of booms on Yellow river ; H
'bOo.loday. legislate\ only for party who are fill1 S bi 1J. SMlTIIStN!( No. 37 was .
with a causeless hatred against the South also, Assembly bill No. '.'0 wan taken read) tbo third time and Hcnatlli t/kel up anolnoeli it
J. T. WALLS, introduced the
bill No. 32-To be entitled) an act to provide] ul .
iii who are mODthllJlunltnR! the nation deep- Assembly payment put upon its passage, upon which voto was: A. L. M[ CASK! ILL. 1r.. Hi1t fotowlng
''In debt Who is there for Tar-Assessors in this State.: Yeas-Mr. I're.ident Messrs. radwell, Crane, Crawford,

( od, sound sense, and possessed of a sincere Very Respectfully; Cruse, Jiyer. lunt, KalrenLrg. Moragne, Pearce, Purman Which ".read. WUIKI4" Atllellt regular sossiou of tho / of the
wire. for the interests of the whole country, W'M. FOUSYTII BYNUM, Smith Mr. I'urral oferel a substitute fur tho bill ; Oaborn to hem-
ill doubt even for a moment, that Robert 'lorIJz Wi Iet
Ue, as a gentleman, a man of brains, ana ofhjl CMef Clerk of Assembly.Which Nays-Messrs. Atkin, Ginn, McCabkill, Sinilhson and Walls Which wan and) read the second limr. orablo position of United States & ; AND \ T

devotion to the Union,Is Immeasurably the was read aid the Senate bill ordered to be enrolled -5.So Mr. Purman moved. to suspend the rule sod rend the l.i tile said T. ,V. Ottborn lion tcel found to )have { *
(Inor of three-fourths of the blatant e ema- bills t tho orders of the day. the bill passed. third lime ; with others aguiiiNt the Etecutivo: of tho State, puro -

'rts5>mil with in Congress a vindictiveness and out of unparalleled It, who hate in outran the- and Also the the Assembly following: placed among Senate bill No. 30 was taken up, read the third time and put Clon| which tho yras and. nays wore rallu.l fur, and the \'otl \> "a of overturning the State Uovurluent which although

General Grant himself! will we doubts AbSKMBIV MALI, ) ulll its )' upon which) the vote was : was : thwarted, ha, already moll of the
without the slightest\ hesitation make oath Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 29, 1868. f fHon. Yean-Jlr. f'reilent Messrs.1 Atkins, liradwell, Crawford, Yean-Mr. President Messrs. .\tkill. 'rsfur.l., limn, Hill !|'progress and prosperity of tho State, and .

Uu assertion that Lee Is a better man, in every Joux N. KBIMMIXGER, Cruse, Gnn. llillyer, Ult. Katzunbcrg( Keodrik. Moragne, ycr, Katzcnberg, .Morngno, MeCahkill, J'IIIII, SmitlmonVccVl I, lablo injury ta the State credit ;
"Pect than Butler, Phillips, Chandler or any President of the Senate : ) I'earcl Purman, Smith, Soihln. {1.1'r"OI, InI'Ventwortb-12. Jit it reiulue>t Ixi th* Senate, ,Ale AittmUy Tbat
am: of the leading spirits. of his own party. inform the Senate that Vaughan, Walls, "'ck and "' Nays-Messrs. Jrtwel, Crone, (Vuw, Hunt, JVsre*, Smith, the said T. W. (MJJr is doomed uufil fur tbo p now
-- SIB: I am directed by Assembly to andWall4-7.
VULI'RU Nays-None. holds, and unworthy" of tho confidence of his ; and
is -Daring past
'', Jays failure to the extent of about four mil5f the Assembly has)passed: To, be entitled act to provide for the So the bill ,,ansed. So the rule was not lu"II'n.1. that iu tho Mi" of the people of the Htate, the I ; Il
,">' dullan have occurred In this city, among Assembly bill No. 2- Florida of the an electors of President) Mr. Katzenberg, 'from the COllllittH 01 State Affair, mad The following :message was r(sived from the "Aurmbly : upon Lim to rexign Immediately I. office of IT. H.
"blnr and commission home in the dry good election, by the j people of the following report : Which HIM reAd l the, first (lute.Mr. .
1oIt Business: in this line has been very dull and Vice-President of the United States of America ; also AHMKMMI H.u. I t to refer !
"" 'learly two years; it ha not paid. The ton Assembly bill No. 48-To be entitled au act to I fix and tUfine Your Committee to how has been referred Senate bill No. Tallahassee, Fin, Jan'" 30, imO. i iJ'J. | UI.I.'rwOI II"vl.I iid r.tti. '"rd.

"', Llilurv of one of the largest dry goods homes the duties of Sheriffs in certain cases. 60, to constitute the CommUitioiier of Immigration a member of c"mmiul.
a hue Jmix N. KKIUMIXI.I.K, Mr. muted t'J< thin on I IWhich the (
'! lu heavy losses through customers in Very respiectfuhlp1'31. the Hoard of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund ofFlorida Wrlll /) tllo/iol ;
Nonhwrstera ; \ of this Senate l
Males. Thero are apprehen- President : s wn agrve< to.
\ FORSYTH UYNUM lease to that I.au carefully examined
that few be (forced tomb they
a other boosts L.g .
may reprt. Mr. Wull inove-l l tie adoption tho
> but the leading dealers hope, by rigid Clerk of the Assembly. the game ' : Jarm i U necessary, as we are Informed on Which was read and the accompanying bills placed among: the \1 X. KATZENUERG, Chairman pauaga Snat LI Nu. 42-to lw 1 entitled un act tu fund the ) thu \ wn ukfii, Mr. [r&\iJ UI" .tee

f I' "lleni authority.-3' r T JAu., orders of the day. G. : outstanding thin State, and return the seine by 'rrqiicut Senate ; .
introduced bill to be Y WESTWOJtTI. Which .. .
Mr. Puruisn, without previous notice, a (. to the .sgrcul <
, 'or Fanners generally have gone to work mapreparationa of laborers 'agII-So. I 8patp.'r Tim Senator
entitled act for the better protection following w.r" prv.eut : ,
-". an V. HILLYER. n ittlfullyVM. J
weather will
as for as the per- \'r) Mr. iVridt-nt, Mi' '. I Ir! .].r! ( .
J-t,, for large crops. Many of them cave tin"Ted 07 ; JNO. \ 01:51"I'1IUYNL'31! ; \tLiul L \
'I a tuHdent number of laborers, if they Which was read: the first time by its till under a suspension L CH.\WfOU. Clerk the A.M-mUj. Cruse, (Iiiiui, 1 lillyer, K /* Kendrick, 3 ,
:""1 mly "atick,* while there are others who of the rules. was read, ami I the accomj nying bill taken up[ real 1( McaJi )'Uf' 1'wulauSm.nth, SrtiU''', \ !r,
*"'' ,1114 mere than half enough it that. There Mr. I"nnnan moved that the rules be suspended and the bill the second time, rule waived by a two-thirds yot rtlt. n.hcb was read and mid bill placed bat'k on its st-cuinl read alli Went worth-21.

'. landreda of freedmen still idle-and there read) the second time third time and put iu passage, upon which ig. The following wert alxM.ntSMisir
7'; hundred ot place yeS to fill; will they seize ; .UJol Crane Crawford 't was by striking out the word ovenwrw
which the and were called! for and were as yeal-Jlr. 1"1. Messrs. Jtradirell, amended ( *. Hunt and Undkrvood".
opportunity work Upon nays
: tal earnest DOW, and presented make Jlorida and go teem to with follows: yeas Cruse, llillyer, Hunt Kalzeuberg, Kendrick, Moragne, I'urmn. wherever' it occurs and iu.rtinj the word .(Comptroller." Thu .Svr eaiil-at-Arma war dispatched l": i iJu ..

:rte" of the soil! w, dn0ll1l1 hope so.'wreraor .-. .,.- I Yeas-Mr. President, Mes.rs. Jlradwell, Craue, Cruse, Hunt, Smith Vaughan'Yals and WetwortbU.SaYIIi.n. '# bill was further alrn.1 by inserting following, to ( motion, the cl w 1 dispensed with. .

Mee-'pf FTuridiuw- Katzenberg, Kendrick, Meacham, Pearce, Purman, Smith, Ln- : Atkins, Gin, feC.k I Siuilhson, Under be designatedSection On niolioji of 1ltklbrg. tha resolution / <*i t
the of the )liondt the '
That act siv
a"lln.ler select couiiuitteti of Mviwr ,
Clafli of Walls and Went'ortb-l5. aa6 a '
Maaoacbaaetts in bis WU'YI derwood, Vanghan, 'ol.i.tng tll' .
, :. w, there are one thousand persona inn :Xays-Messrs. Atkin. Crawford Ginn, Morague, iIoCakui, 80 the bill passed. proveAugust! (th, J! !, and the proceeds thereof shall l be subject Moraine, MvaoLim ald .lc aILi I
'- Nun with Indian \blood in Uttrir vtlna. who Smhhion and Weeks 7.So The following communication ...received from k is excellency to the foregoing provisions of this act, an)thing cutaine Senate bill 0 Ih wa u'' i n ill( >jUl
'Tennmee- i>niicalty! dUfranchUed on that accoiml I the motion was rarrted.- the Governor : m the said a of August 6th to the contrary iLI.tlw. Ou motion, said bill ...amended I by striking .f roUte
there are hundred u-.a.t) per- ing.; the First Judicial Circuit and the rule
.Laborer to
'''e+ tl.-caikilllDoved amend by inserting tlat any OrncK, tT.U. two-
with America-Angto-CwicMiaa Mr. to EUCCIU
.1'a i 'ciaa, ..ho arc politically disfranchised blood oa ia w bo fails to perform faithfully his contract hall forfeit to the Fbx,January Mlh, 1 lite 9. [ Tha bill was then read the second time Itu| rule .waivu bytwotbirds thirds vote, read the third time and put upon its upon
the bill time and .
'I a '' .llh.lhird which the .
upon qu vote : {
account, or rather on no account-AaAnU claimed him. 'l .
amount by
IG"", III",4wwried5.. employer the the amendment on the table; HOB. J. :N. KanUUGE ton of its page, the vote was : Yeas-Mr. !'re.id nt, Messrs. Brad veil, ,
Mr Meacham moved to Jay Senatt :
-.-- J'uln. 01'4 Messrs. Atkim Crane Craw Ginn Meacham
called for and the YeMr.I'eel Ur.l"tU Crw Hillyer, ,
, r hW' 'rtkcuakes have commenced ia Mexico.r Upon which motion the yeas and nays were gut;:I have the honor to enclose the opinion of the Supreme ( Cr Hiyer, Hunt Iorge. ICWki l'cro I'uruian, Smith, flit.n KtnJrict, a""ent.'ortbU.
"*re got tired of South America, OJifccu vote wu: Katrenberg en question of the validity of the election of loor. Smith, Bmithson. \Yevks \
Hunt tb
I ':,- : tlie Paciflo blonds and hays taken to Yeu-lews. Ilra4 WtU.: Crane: Cruse, llillyer. Weotirortli CI Hibr U. S. Senator, i reply t a r a Nay*-None.Bo Nlya-Nole.
and A\ja
lv CKJa aI dimat.III oar"lialeJ' Repubhe"- Kendrick Meacham, Pearce, Pnrman b .k that it may lublte t that body the bill pawed. So the b pas +d.

i ia't know of any more proper l.te"" fcr 11. Atkins, Crawford, Clan Me- I Ir relIW, Senate bill No. 22 was read the third time and put upon ill Mr. Weewor(rom th Committee O n ,eb.
y' anca.rllea they get In fall Wast b'ay.-Mr. 1'reshleot, servant, .Lich the rote was : tTr
.', ill vangratulate: that cnuntrr opo" its great C>>kill, Smith Smittson Vaoghan ana Week.9.So I JIARRtsOX REED, Governor. Yea.--31r. PrwUcct, Messrs. Itradwell!Crave, Omo, llillyer. ruowi" report ."
-".Y"!meats the amendment wan laid on the table. 1 I I Hunt, Kauenberg, Kendrick, Mel To Tit* rare:
the MI-.kiU
A The bffl wu panned to its third reading and on motion I I''ro l' femith, Walls Morage Your committee to .hl wan r.fcru Sal 4a J-
beg ag lady was rebuked by her mother far rule was waived Ly a two-thirds rote, read third tim ao-1 I SCra Corn or F'UUUI.t Nays -Mewm. Hinithsoo, Underwood, Vaughan Weeks bill to le eotitled au a' Jacksonville -
'i *! She Ue set lao
jomaal by
its which the Tote wa : I69. ( ,*, Leg leave to tint -'tft.
:i u V* llj* puaq.: "Whatsoever\ y. weald pot upon passage upon Owo.iniiyer T.l-, January mb -- Uaoa1 report y rl
*a Yeaa-lIr.l"reaidect MCfir& Urad.efl. Crane Cruse, and would must
I ,B> aboard do loyov.do y' nee M to So the Lil! yams. e1 tU 111.
limit, KaUeaberg Kendrick, Meathani, IVanrf i ur h JutuyTP Mr Smith a .i rUaling to th* sal3 of propertyI its r-ge

itar.5 1.l".10 '01 of Greea, walk. tU I treats Of man, Smith, Vaaghan, Wall* \Ventwo/Ui--JJ.. To La: E* "':i6 -b I : Messrs. Atkins Crawford, McCask.il; aa.1 Wek4So ,fjMti-Hy te5CUU jl the LeguJ- WLii h real the first ti f' ..
ig a, II .l yin tier arms, sad pope a.o Nays Yrsr t LtUr revert a >u.sad npi'., I".l .
lIKIfl'I meets. the bill pawed. -- .

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;;i;; ribiilli. I Tin r/cglsl tnre A"jo"rled hdjourned fi il( t'it list' t nilitit The Governor.hllngesCpe the ignominious Committee, The Coll. Caterpillar.Mfin. AS. ,
; It would adIrcM Milan Thfl of theiCotton -
ll 15 i;'clo'-k, loading rnnsldrmble 1 11 incsi un- futo Intended for him by .the Ring," I turning witi understood that GOT. RICD ;- history .

thf Important mcasureiunflnthcd the tiblr* on the getters up of (mpeachmett; '( the members of the Legislature on Thursday Caterpillar being one Just now of great Interest REPORT: or TH& r -

-. ..... Itelon. Among ofJsxirsri in review of tho report of the In- In our Southern communities,and deeming It Important our committee, appointed i ,
= It head Committee:
but all we have One head fell 0)1 8aturd WM tion of
w as.a Tax fcill,. .froti) ) yf eVlnlnl I Investigating Jan. 10th, and milmel,,,
.a.LL.a.nA8 g" : hoard"of In provldons no tax'payer will regret f citizen." who had, over1 hi* own" II,' ,Imt at the time appointed I that every one who can should give pntlon and rrpoit In rcferenrt ?,11- ,

failure. ; freecnttd the of Impeachment (TJorlock) It was fone {hat the Speaker hd any information or hint arising. from his observation wrongful and improper conclm '< !
Its TUB '
> nture Irlce 'Ordered lights to in the I or Ut (peculation baaedthereon,upon which "ACIIOX OF ASSKBLT.f. Harrison Reed, Governor of t|,, s''' "w
.' mon\bo\ bills one netslon In' thl b <
Tnr ; and doors i twell the of acts( or theories follow I
act providing for unllonn list of cnnrm"tonl by the Snt on lctallTclal Le t b may aggregate ,upon In At'KVBLT, JA 'T. 20, 1809.Mr. *

nicipal h governments throughout I the Ule. Tho Saturday, A appciri on the journal of day) tabnWIY.. Senate, however, though In which tho entomologist of the future may rear Rancy, from the Committee on Invesllga- That they have obeyed the lnstrum, I

I'Rnl In it Is a prm 1 Won (Iothinp "Wi. EDWAnni. to b County Judge for session, took a recess and invited the Governor ,, the proper history of this destructive Insect, I tion, presented tlio following majority Xw U

redrmlll to Alachna In of IlonATio JBKKIX* to occupy their chamber, which ho did venture t Bend you the result of my ohrntons REPORTilion. !
mayors II ritim, \r with power Ilforco ordinances County, place fore them, and have found tmJrWlM(
.. by fines and other flliIA. n the Jn,removed lor neglect of dufy and forfabt and The, Governor 1 ns escorted,to the chamber bya I and my theory relative* lo the prnpngntinn M. L. bTmKKP.Sjirtikcrof the Anemblr.Tlio the Charge*of wrongful or Illegal nothimr comK ""'\

, old law" they could not Oo th., blt were)required Mttloui chargtl agaiittt ttii chief Mug'titrate,wfoen Cmlttof Senatr and wa received with Insect from year to'year. committee appointed under a resolution part of Governor Reed can bo susSX0"* !
.He Intro I have cotton tot to acts, returning herewith the taff *
-' - / duhvnor tnt grtnlly audlcncu was ben a planter many the Assembly invltigat\becnduet testimony
to resort to the services of Justice of aw brought upon Sal anr ceg year
j I and duced frm the President'* desk by Judge and during many of those years I hsvo, kept and dolngofUlrrln He Goveror their Investigation, your commute ..3.durM'J
Lecture. \\\y\ ,IVart>. wliich was cumlirrsomo mid ahstrl\ fmr"/Ic. j/nrt I Ksionr, chairman of the meeting, and proceeded dally record of event, bearing :our agriculture
i hours but to on the testimony
"' : \ Lnst night, few hllhr n t dhfgcct j : I The U. S. Arr-tic Kxjx( I .\[Ijfr,( PtnM\s I Senator from thp !ld Dislricl, tg.1This ts a heavy nnd damaging record against to address the assemblage. He com which came under my notice. There hereto Innesed tho undersigned member of F* T luntin

dltlon 1M8, and the Rescue of fit. Kane.1' asking to remove HOHATIO, but wo suppose that when he lent him- menc by alluding to the action of thfl Assembly are many theories as to tho mode in which the said committee, having duly considered the tcstl- ACBnix Knur.On .
C'ongrcds with
,, Copt o t *!> WHITISO, an officer of Iho.HxrcdltioD "I"rrl he politiral f ilisabilitips of all excluded from i>elf to the schemes of .ho nnl" he reflected on on the report of the Cmltc nnd ex- Inset is cried through the winter period of Its mony tho terms before and thorn pirit beg of leave said,resolution In compliance requiring motion was, further also read.consideration of

deliver his Interesting lecture on lolding office under the 14lh amendment. The the consequences to himself event of failure presaged his gratification tblt bdy had exonerated existence, some ol which I will briefly notice.Somo .- the committee to report the results of their Invcs'tigatlons was deferred, nnd made tho special wrtL.v''*

the above subject In tho Assembly)' Hall of the (enntormipporled his resolution in a tmly rlotcnt and took nil the canc "AlasI I poor biO from the charge hatched by conppirator contend that It Is through tho medium of to submit the following as tho results morrow, ror ,

Capitol, on Tuesday evening, Feb'y 2d, at ?l !\ speech, 10-lqllg that the time had com* ,Yorickt"JBSKIXB to mid and degrade the Executive of the egg that the hibernation Is accomplsbed. I w hich we feel It our duty,to cal the the attention results wo of

''o'c1ok The proceeds lo be divided among Iho for no niemmie Of the past except thoR clusterne probably has a keen recollection of the State. Ha said ho had been Invite by will state In this connection some facts w 1 tho Assembly,apologise to.: Def ro Assembly, that In,tho Mr. Scott moved to Indefinitely

Sabbath Schools of Tallahassee. nroiiml. the names of WABIIISOTOX nndrK i tho pretentious chargs he preferred against friends t nddref s tho General Assembly a11 had think will sustain mo In my objection to thistheory. testimony submitted, so much Is to be found that thcr action on report of Invcsticatlmr-no.iv>

** Admission, 80 cents.No .J\ ot, and no for the future save HERD j and flthough may seem cruel to reproduce Intended doing so ill the Representative Hall, The caterpillar invariably makes its first Is Irrelevant or of no effect, or perhaps concern tec.but after some debate,withdrew tii

spring lop nnd mutual fitrh Sill ingsa 'I them, while his headless body Is yet quiver. but that the door had been closed ngntnst him appearance In tho low, sheltered bottoms, and ing acts and doing* which can not bo considered nnd moved that the evidence at ink IT"1*
AS fjom
; illegal. This is to bo by committee bo 'l
or explained
Savannah mail Oils [morning.Corros promote the pf'riy and greatness of our Ing, we cannot forbear doing so. Her* they are : by tho representative of the Impcachcrs (meanIng any planter of experience can point out in advance wrongful tlio earnest desiro of the committee to 1 Assembly j, which spread was upon agreed tho to Journal" 3 '

In New York 'an 8C \}, bring nn nmnion ronnliy. His resolution was adopted /Inasmuch as I, Horatio Jenkins Jr., a citizen tho Speaker probably) nnd ho called on tho the locations In which the Insect wi be thorough performance of the duty entrusted to Mr. Raney moved that iho evidence

cdv"nc In Savannah 93 to 2S 1. II the Senate nnd by the Housed /of Florida, having ( and sundry people's reptlatvc to note and rebuke the earliest obs rved. The last generation the them, desiro Influenced them to listen Investigating Committee bo rend
,-- .- iy subsequently Vnowlelgo proving that Harrison Rccd, Governor Insult. said that clertcd to the offlco l Is brought forth upon the highlands of to everything w'Iilcli gave tho least shadow or agreed to.Mr. .
Inl will no ddiibt moot with the nppio\al of tli of Florida, has been guilty of ravngcr cvidcneo of development of what might bo Scott offered tho
I many crimc following rcsoluii
:e".1yrr.. ... Goernor.. and misdemeanors,and the proof being sleh that of Governor, he entered upon Iho discharge of the fel. Here, then, the last eggs of the season deemed wrongful or unlaw fill In the conduct, Resolved, That It Is tho opinion of L.

-A gold stud button lost.WARUOCK The approprhilions mado amount to near $400- I sincerely believe him to be guilty,I prefer theso his duties under great cmbarraMmcnt. He found deposited,and consequently,as the first nets, and doings of Harrison Heed,Governor,&c. bly that Harrison Reed, Governor of urn ttasTr1Florida (

A BROOKE, Attorneys nt Law, ) round um to be raised by taxes from nn reasons! for Impftchmt'nt: a bankrupt treasury, and an Impovcriscd, dissatisfied change is from the egg to the caterpillar, hero Having allowed such testimony to be submitted Is clear of all the charge, mad.,rai"
000-1 ,1st. Ho ha* been guilty of falsehood "111lng" and put it upon the record of tho proceedings of him sand bo It further
'take \ resentful but trusting to time tbe highlands should tbe brood 6f the
people, upon
City, FlKotlce Impl\'erl-hlt people. Ole Item, $I.O I is for while transacting business with members of the that frt the committee, tlio committee have felt It would Resolved, That we, the Iteprcsontalivnirfn
In Bnnkniptoy, I, .Aik\ MuRt- ruling nnl disciplining the militia. Legislature, and other officers of tho State.Sd. and the effects o good goverment he had hoped next year begin Us caiecr; but Is not the b an injustice to tho w'ttncsscs and to themselves people of tho State of Florida'view tfYlvJ!

Mill, U. 8, Marshal, > One proIiles for a system of Coin- I charge him w ith Incompetency,Inasmuch to Inspire confence ane respect for republican fact. craso it. Tho difficulty; and perplexity tho Interests of tho Stato of Florida,iv ill M4 j?
blll..ell nnd A as ho has filled commissions to ofllccrs In blank, th first Legislature Again it is believed by somo that tho hibernation quanity of this testimony might othcre Ise causoVio upon llio people of the State of Florida to loin
A t'nlvemily. mcnorinl -
WE are under obligations- .to Mr. W. [KVAK 10n ( to ) Shonls ffi red Vnrnum of'tho and other irresponsible persons having (Issued*, ./net, there wos no money with which to enable I is effected by tho descent of tho living caterpillar Assembly we, the undersigned,wish to obviate In the support of the aforesaid Harrison lieij,!I
Congress > by Maj. out required
( them. and overcome by pointing ns his administration,in the name of llio Siii7 1
Purser of the Steamer DI/dl'Hack, fur full tea ; for'nn appropriation ID con- ,3d. Ho hal IBed aproclamation declaring \io mcmUers.to meet their ordinary expenses- .Into tho ground, w hero ho assumes the by the rosolution.wliat we deem the results of our Florida, and for tho peace nnd good order of *,I

"f Iste Kcw Orleans rlfr Jonrtlklng PciFT-olii Navy Yard, many scats of Legislature vacant, before tho' no money with which t lo enlLIo'11m to pay the chrysalis nnd hibeinates. If this were BO, then investigations. They are as follows: same.

I, n i n i lnleork 1'nRll'ltet. members duly elected and returned had resignedor mot trifling necessities of GO'erment. Ho assuming that tilts mode of passing Into the It I la testified by a witness, that he, wlneB Mr. Fortune offered Iho follow ins as
A GALE.-Tho Indications are that there Imihern their legal term of sen lee ( I Applied to Harrison Herd I. Governor, at
; I Subsequent time ',v ft I of 4th. Ho been guilty of c.lrd borrowed money upon his own responsibility I chrystlls state r'at peculiar to tho last brood of tho appointments of ofllccrs for Leon county, tuteiWHEBKAB, Tho Committee I
}i .I a severe pale In tho Gulf The wind comnenced I Wil"IUh I'l his embeulemelt! and did everything In his to current caterpillars the earth in iho vicinity where the inado lust to have appointed on n
HI' \\nH tlo, Rets nnd resolutions. ing taken tho State v'l power melt I f'lorllll. were being summer, Cth day of January, to Inquire Into mid |nr I
7" blowing night f/OI the South rust, --'--,_-_ moneynd sold t. inch securities, and then wants; that tno clti/cns advanced t20,0(oIMS last of tho colon planlR wera consumed, would purty appointed Clerk of the Circuit gate the conduct, acts and doings of ][ :I IRccd

ind this> morning' Imd Increased to inch an extent :More HrnI IBtructions
pro trnte fen Much rnlrt Imi } to tho Treasury.Oth. A a desiro to appoint the party for who witness reported tho results of lu | ; I Itlons
fallen.110 (( ISO' Judge SHERMAN CONXNT: nnd LKIIOV IX n.H.I.Ihl Ho hns been guilty ol corruption and bribery paying1 members of the, Legislature to have been long since obtous to the pllnter.- mado tlio application, but stated that to claims to this body, accompanied with tlic OTeu IK !

: ,, ... first Judge of Leon County Court and tho having bartered and sold prominent ofllccs tho balance being kept In the Treasury to melt And If such was tho mode of hibernating, then, of other parlies were urged, nnd would many taken in the said matter, therefore bca I

tho thluvcs other Clerk of, tho Court-were decapitated ycscrday. I, In tlio State to sundry persons for money to him absolute necessities. The Legislature authorIcd instead of tho few strangling flies which mako first have to provide for them. It Is developed Resolved by the Assembly of Florida, Tajtll
r LIm.-OI Saturday nIght, I In hand and to Iho in tho testimony, that one,at least, of these oilier said Assembly finds nothing In laid
paid .
persons Itimony
Both were of the Im- rtinatllllueh the sale of somo I old bonds their appearance the ensuing summer, they report or*
were out tn force. A mule was stolen fromMr. ntlvl member Senate for In 11soyrc,1ln pirlics was provided for, by an appointment to an justifying nn impcarhmcnt of IIv l
Ring and Inivlng tho /nd cnsldra. tho Treasury," from tho proceeds! w hich tho would be as tho locust, and their name would In another to Gov-
icachmcnt game office Subsequently of Florida
0. A. a bone i Irom Captain Lr.a pll'elllt of thcso nnd many other crime county. Reed, Governor j Which was Ruin I
CD.UBIS mlse
BUTLER, a horse from Mr. P. DCVAI and bug.i ol chopping off, heads and shockingly failed ton which have come to my $20,0 borrow cd w'n* repaid, and tho balance bo legion.Others speak of eggs In the Interior of crnor Jkolli expressing this desire to appoint the accepted by Mr. Scott. '

\ i from Dr.J. BONIV No clno' hn I, 'n he swing of the axo leaves them minus ahead nsk nt tho hands of the Assembly the impeachment tho proceed?,some $8,0 paid to him by the the stalk. This Is nn impossibility apparent to party or il whoso behalf, witness Mr Harmnn offered the follow im; u ,B 'i
j yrntUincd mado tho to the said Leon county
8 for high crimes In1 misdemeanors of Harrison of tho Stato. As became this who has npplcalon. stitute-
hat of
of the thevC. Iplece They ran console themselves with Iho Reed, Governor agent w nny ono carefully tho fly, clerkship, staled to Oov. Reed tlint WHEREAS, Tho Constitution of the Sun
> ... cflection that It w ould huvo been a"domed FlordR.10R.Tl In tao formed one of tho points on whlcfitho which Is not lurnldhcd t Iy nature with the means this party for w horn he mado application, would Florida gives to'the Assembly tho sole powoi

Lcrt Our.-A advertisement' of W. R.Vu.noN goJ; thtngliad I U succociloJ," albeit not so very from such an this It was nat Committee In their report commented, ho would of depositing Its eggs except upon tho surface.Somo .- furnidli live !hundred dollars towards defrayingtho Impeachment; And whereas, The testimony
A U Its results ayerUsemen explain. Ho had borrowed for months of tho In current expenses of tho State duced by tho committee of Investigation .
.) B.RCk unavoidably left out of this Peasant In recoil. The impeachment ural epect'grnt things, It turns out that money speak caterpillar a hibernating that time w ithout and gvermen\ of pt.,1no

Isiiue. Wo \i uay to all of our readers that omlml'onVVifMint! lit DHir.As lays of the unskillful JENKINS t was only Imitating those quacks who on hts 0n personal security to pay necessary* fio pith of tho stalk, supposing it possible lhat undcrsl"01 that money this party would not expect I Reed information, Governor of importance Florida,of a agiiiiiit character Himt to n

.Ihoy will as good and cheap Dry Good*, marksman : promise much and accomplish little. Her Is his cash expene of the Government ; had gone tho worm could cat its vt ay Into tho small or tender to pay the assessment of the Executive Committee ; rant any one to bcllcvo tho said Harrison Rto

CjMcerieo, Hardware,Iron and Farlln/Iniplc- M Ills Ran, when nlincil at claik or phncr, testimony tu lubsUnco given before tho invcsltlgating t tho North on business of tho State nnd in- branches of tho stalk. Tho space afforded of tho Republican parly. Tho wines: bo guilty of any offence against the Count
a' of WU.A.t Flow wldo the mark onj kicked tho \ncr over!I" A cUrl expenses there in engraving nnd printing by tho displacement of tho pith would bo insufficient stated the money was cither paid, or tion or laws of Florida; therefore be It
went Le Ctb1shment committee: Heed was would be ,before the appointment Resolved That Harrison Rccd, Governor
paid ,
Oa 8 cl procured thU cltyi Call and N. B.-The Senate, at a Into hour lost night, I Horatio JcnUiu Kin>rn.-I know nothing of Bonds, Ac., &0'ThU'money so advanced by for tho ordinary sized ehrysols Many objections asaurelii which appointment was Florida,Is hereby cxhoncrated from all ctarga i

'Ttmine their goods.jj reconsidered their action In removing BILL, tho my own knowledge tending to criminate Governor him and tho expenses to incurred North were to this theory could clod, but It would mado on or about tho lath of July last Tho offer whatever nature that may have been brotgt

:, ... Governor having sent in another Mia on\ account Reed." paid out of the$ao referred to nnd Ihe amounts bo tedious. Tho question then recurs, how Is tho of this sum for tlio said\ purpose was mado voluntarily against his personal or political character, itit

Tiulahasicc: A.although Orcat IVant. i ii of tho first ono being Ineligible, but failed This Is all tho; cxhlblUon JESKISS could make s paid were covered by scrip which was paid hibernation cdcclcd f I bclicvo that Ills the miler for it was by tho made witness by Governor, and no Rccd demand and or although request Resolved is further, That this Assemblydoei not t
a city
"hills ancient Rome could wih' as many to let on tho new nomination. This leaves BALI. after so much parade. Ho assured1 tho Legislature Into the Treasury'as a much cash. Had ho or moth which hibmntcd, and for so thinking Gov. Reed did not positively or promise to that there is anything In the evidcnco Uiatv

u l 1'lllewb,1 still Clcik. CONANT remains shelved.I.von and the people that ho had "obtained much been allowed to appear before tho Investigating will give such reasons ns liavo grown out of muko the appointment before tho offerwas made, warrant tho State in assuming the cspcnsa
belaud t old mUtr s o the world II number committee, ho could have explained the transaction my ho never refused to maKe it before the offer was the publication of said evidence, but that t
*, splendor of her elc To make a1ort County l.uiul Male*. and sundry knowlodg but U BeeiAa that ho only but ho was dented such privilege. The I eprience. shown that If tho Is the made, and never Raid lie would not unless tho said evidence bo filed in theofilccof IhcScrttiof -
know enough to know nothing and did not flndIt hove otfcr made. This is the testimony of tho
of In was State,
story iho to have a Several of tho most valuable tracts of laud
It neal ought out brought to the book." ho hat evidence taken by tho Committee was altogether agent then the caterpillar of the next yea would I i witness. Tho sum of money w as paid Govern Pending which, Mr. Walker moved tint ll
:# Why can not b built? One gentleman Leon county were sold by tho United Stales unt"penalty which sooner or. Wel ; ttpnrte, and although ho Imd no complaint to appear first upon thc highlands. Again, as tho :. or Heed by w itucss delivering him a drf drawn majority reporter Iho Committee on Invcstlnbe
,part owner of a largo, handsome lot In Miirshnl' under execution ut the Court House In make, tho Committee having labored earnestly caterpillar Is the direct product ol llio egg, an I I lor tlio amount on I New York favor ofwitness adopted ; Mr. Scott moved to lay Mr.Vii
Is that tho Inventor of tho
rii an eligible part of the city, offers to hs /Ids city !imt Monday-mmo ofwhidi: brought all prctenlel It slid and faithfully, ho had been content to let his egg must bo laid In those places which were first by the party for whom w itncss sought crs* motion on tho table. Yeas 19. Nnvf
interest and hrtldrs. than dollar in For guillotine the first victim of his own Invention the appointment, and endorsed in bltink by The yeas and nays were called on Mr.V ittt
suhrb something > more a per acre currency In the headless JENKISS weRceonowhohas enemies say all they could against him, consciousthat swept and which, In tho majority of renr.were witness and by him delivered to Gov. Red. Tho motion, and were: Yeas24. Nays 19.Mr. .
Hotel that b nu ornament to the city/// >no of thC tracts we Ille.toDI $37 per acre Mien tho ho had sharpened for another nothing they could truthfully my would tolaly stripped of every vestige of foliage and draft his been cashed by drawees In York Harman, with consent, withdrew nr!

by axo
-would prove it go Invl'tmen to the general In gold was offered a little Ix fore the war. convict him of Intentional life. This egg must bolaid by nn agent This money, it would seem from the lute offered to Mr. Fortune's resolution
.'wef Who 1\ take hold ol the.enterprise Another plnco In I few miles of the clly was ; nnd could' ho now ipcak, he would no toub The wrong-doing. 'tho* haling was paKl to Gov need for tho purpose of defray Mr. Green, of Manatee, offered tho follovns
Governor then item
passed to the other power of locomotion, i in: tho miller, who
it through f "by the Sheriff for f l.WO under execution say ofREEpna., ,the Irishman .did when yellow ing the current expenses of tho State governmentthen a substitute, to Mr. Fortune's resolution
.ad tr e.. ; sol Its who It since the jacket lit on his hand and commenced slingIng tn tlio Commltc's report, relating to tho alleged seeks those bottoms to deposit Its egg because wlthou funds. Witness stales he is satisfied WREBEAS, Tho testimony taken by the krtlgating \

the Arctic ixieillllon.: against o\I'r bought war "It Is little burd IIP payment to him,by .person appointed Clerk of tbe cotton In ttyoso loaltius though older in that GOT. Rccd understood that tho money paid Committee appointed to examine ttho
lustily. a queer slid ,
la.rl. far f7O. Leon Circuit Court of which tt Is by him for the person In whose said behalf he charge* against Harrison Rccd, Corn
$500 charged Is much older
and U
days, development the
Captain SAMUEI WIIITINO, an officer of tho And, yet wo understand thai Just such 1"ldl asthcto I but bo j"ben 10w hot and heavy hli feet is. acted,should go towards defraying tho expense* exhibits fiisnfflciont proof lo sustain said chic
to the rescue of Dr. KARR in!'S3 .- ----- by a witness wag 8 paid for tho benefit of the earliest food In the fieli fit for tho coming worm. of tho Slal government, all that he did And whereas, Sold testimony adduces such a
cXlonlnt arc Ix'Ing nsoeswd fur taxes In this ant
In the Representative Hall'to county The riorldlmi. State Trcasurylbut that no account of It appears That the moths of various Insects can, and do not Gov. Reed, before or after delivering and circumstances as are of tho moat disboov

.wU.night de1nr, proceeds Lturo of which are to divided nt l'lgh nnd ten d"llr]llr acre j lands which Wo chcci'fully. commend tho above named paper in Iho books of that department. In answer, winter with us, must have been observed bymany. tho drafl, that tho money w as given for bio and wrongful character In the Chief*In

the Le Sabbath Schools of the city.b Aside their ow ncrs could not s"1 nt a half or n quarter to the fuvor of every class of our readers-but tho Governor entered into an explanation of tho Even while I (on the 10th of Jan tho use of tho Executive Committee of tho Republican tine of the Slate{ be it therefore, thUAssaa.
write of
of Florida. Resolved That It is the tense
'an of those rates I to Ihe Democratic The party ,
the praiseworthy purpose bf tho Lecturer, more t'loridian especially Is a high-toned and prton. expenses of the election canvass, stating that It uary, 1800) which his been an unusually cold Witness further understood that this money, that Harrison Reed, Governor,be,andheiibtby

there Is treat in (tore rbr such I are curious & WI\T IOY FnF'OITIIL Do.-Speaking journal, and enunciates the true principles of tbe was agreed by the State Committee that assessments winter, the colling of the rom present active, wan to bo used by Governor Rued for tho benefit ,censured for high official misconduct,udtho
to meet thcso should assessed of tho State, and to bo disposed of by him accordIng Representative* ofthe people hcrcwemMche
seldom if cxpcuws living of delicate In their
loam from of the "higher" ever, specimens more
t something I eyo.wlne. Icy of the steamboat trade upon the Challahoochce, Demorncy-I stoops b moths to the Constitution and existing law Tlio is here reprimanded for an abuse of the t
1 region dcrb by Dr. KANI. We have honrd tho CulumbuB Pun AOY's: an evidence ol to low, vulj'ritel as of has benho The custom upon the recipients of ofilce according to their itructure than the caterpillar fly,which Is Inde appointee who drew Uo dl tetlC It has boon prerogatives of his offlcc.

thl spoken of by persons who heard It what low tariff* ran accomplish, we I"Informed t'loruSian of moL Is Demfcr.le tho leading,eor Imprnc. On thoiiRand Ilol,1 w as assigned tho strngt and to all appearance, bet settled by the drawees Yorkl having Which was indefinitely postponed.Mr. .
unqtietinnably y Demo ., hluhar$500 of hich was paid to tho Committee tho cold of miller of it been charged on his account cornt, balance Fortune's resolution was taken up c
Jacksonville In tho most enthusiastic terms, that the two boats of the Central Line cratic organ of tho Mate, aud a long as Its veteran \ proylde any will
:ad we have seen numerous comments on It,Kiul on our river cleared each, during, the month ol editor, Dyke, remains at its heal we suppose ,and Imo $3,000 more expended by htm. which I have ever noticed. I believe that sheet,with that them.Governor From Heed this became the Assembly the adopted S.CorantUolontrH.by tho following vote Yaw

II Cat We Inimitable style of delivery,In Western December, fl,50 In November, they 1ml fO: It always will be. We have thought it When the appointments were made, no acton the destruction of tbe cotton crop depends upon perceive or recipient, of five hundred depsi- Nays

papers no less enthusiastic. We to sec a Low have greatly their Grange that deceiving our cltiruaa! shoul the patronize La CrossoDtmotrat such was taken by tho Committee hardl a atlo. tho temperature of the preceding winter. I have I tar for tho benefit of the State of Florida. What to Alabuim,
t "lrIT. Inlrl'Hel fel/h poisonona
; crowded Hall. hop and pa-songcr lists." and N. Y. Zfciy Hook, while they suffer ment He received from Mr. Morgan,a member turned to my records of three consecutive years, disposition Governor have been Reed unable has ever to find mado out of The the The Legislature responded to the rcquntofi|

We believe that Capt Wiumo has a scries of ------.. --- home papers papers, too, that disseminate IIHO- of his cabinet$375 to pay debt Incur in the 181-2- find lhat the winter of 1340 was Treasurer money we of the btate testifies that Governor Alabama Commissioners, recently on t Tin.

f' Lectures on Ihe Arctic Expedition and other subjects Mrlu"rAL KLKCTION; is QUJ.CY.-An the, tit knowledge and reliable Information-to perish canvass, wbeh was returned to on his request mid us, and that in 1841 the caterpillar appeared Reed has made no payment into tho Trur the Capitol, by tho passage of a rewluto 11thorlzlng
I in on the S6lh ulL for uofficers. lor the walt of proper support. And another after his resignation. He gave him (theGovernor It did In '68 and to, three I Imlsslonera
Qulncy a
which we trait he may bo Induced to deliver tonI III \ significant fact we have noticed Is this : The a early A completelyawept except to the Governor to appoint
In the course ofthe winter.COXCEBT I'.cltt ard O"l'nsI elected lutcudant, 'iorldl Union, the leading.Republican paper of ) all a draft for $. O for tho same purpose the cotton at a early a date I find that made bond account hereinafter of to be discussed. to visit Montgomery and recede I
include deposits
... and A I<. Smith, JtS. } Wil.}[Ul Florida-Ht pa|>cr that, by & courteous bearing, which he (Morgan[ ) was contributedby the winter of'41 was cold, and my journal shows made .of We his own do not funds., course Whether he proposition* for the cession of West FMit I

I I .AND F&Iu.Concert imd roc, Sr., Robert re Charles GorcUs' mid John has. gained tho respect. eyery paper la tho'SLtba Mr. Ball, then just appointed Clerk of Lon that there were no clerln the following baa it still In hi possession personal or not, or what ho the authorities of Alabama may tee propcn I Imake.

; I 1'01,1 were held lat evening In tho Court W. Muluiii', were chosen Councllmen. Clrrk more, tel place or,twelve and lubribr may be county, whoso appointment had ben lt year, but a yield of a to to are In '43. I has done with the undersigned have not been We append the resolutions ti follou 11

1Ol the proceeds to be appropriated to the and Treabiiirr, F. M. Smith ; MI.III. Thomas many In every other Inland D town Olbt throughout I hA just a his request. When ho left the Cabinet, he desired find that the winter of '4 was mid, and that the able to ascertain.but leaves The testimony at time docs when not it developthe was in proved by Ihe Governor January 23, ISO:
v a
\ of a new colored Missionary Baptist P.Joius. _. ..'" ) Stale; while tho. ,rlin the.leading. Democratic tlio appointment of Mr. Webster In his crop of'43 was swept I thoroughly a in 1841, his possession., It is I, however, testified.that in WHEBEAS, Tbe State ol Alabama hu ippo* I Ied
.'.1 Church, of which .u PACE Is Pastor. Thof -- --'.u'-' -- .iI' organ, we bleve, but 01 a single place and wished the Governor to take 1 lot of Here, we have a fine cotton year, landwltched the month or December tie witness rIe auoffer a CommUsIon to visit the State of Floruli t

J !iJ 1 Concert was superintended by ProL J. W. TOKII, .: .tl I..,\.'Ioln...... subucrlbcr in )[.ion county, and we guess tllis which he had on hand, which he offered between two of caterpillars. In the former case, from Governor Reed through n party the purpose of procuring tho annexation a1
true of South of Then map of the A?
Tho Senate and confirmed every county ua hundred dollars in btate that portion of Florida lying West
yesterday itness
on Stturduy
_nd the Festival under the of He told him to leave them and ho pay to w
management scvfral not surprised that tho Republicans in mot Instances 50. prlcedcd by a cold winter; in the latter, by two \ account of tv five hundred dollars w It- lochlcola river; Aim WHEBEAS, It If tlie ton
the on
I of tho Female member of the Churih, following Executive allllntulnt: are better informed and more reasonable would pay him for them. On his (tho Govern ones. also known to us that the scrip paid for to appointee in behalf to promote the best Interest! ef all the pcop1
mid I tat
!I, among whom,we notice MATILDA KIURHEV amFBAXCKI W. T. Moore to bo collector of revenue for I than their Democratic brethren. We want to see or's)return from tho North, he w anted $1500 for Northern portion I of region of Ala he nCI hal The party who bo proposition our State:
I M.uhion countylooDavId Montgomery,Sheriff.Dcmpscy a belter, a more friendly feeling existing between th colon delver tbl to it Jlctotud That the GoTenwr
t, Several of our w hllc cltUcna the and as finally offered that amount In not deny having Therefore ;
OSBB maps \ bama, Mississippi and Georgia, are often exempt dos 1. nl*
I the and thinlc that w e shall see it when i authorized
be and he hereby
bo partlc. Slate *
Cain to Sheriff of BrevarJ county. Again, the tamo witness who had made tho the
were present, and pronounced the sinking very papers as tho 1I"r1 and Man Telegrapn scrip on condition that ho would receipt for the from the ravage ofthe worm, while the Southern application to Governor Reed, in behalf of tho reeled to appoint a Committee of tiires to co*
good indeed-the children only lacking a little N. 1. Hunter to be assessor of taxes for Brevard take' Iho rihico Ilch as Brick" $500 draft He accepted the oler. and "I paid portions in common wit our own country, are other party for the appointment to tho LeonCounty with the Commission appointed by the gu

1Itctonl the fat and sharps to enable then county.Derupsey Porncroy's ., which, by thdr evil dolrlne.are Mr. Webster tho $500 in scrip return for the swept The usual winters of those latitudes are Clremt Court Clekship, states that he received Alabama, and the aaid Commtoion are ttaized
best -In the C'ulu to b collector of revenue for continually poisoning the minds of rene. amount paid The had beenimmediately an offer, proposition, from GovernorRccd to go to Montgomery and there OOIM
by Morgan.
t compete wit te. singers city.- Brcvard -Kant J'rH money inclement enough t deatroy in a great measure another o party,stating that Govern the Commission and authorities of the biw t
The proceeds the'entcrtalument amounted to county. While Banner when received to pay the fly, but a few seasons of mild winters, such said Committee are trap*
Aaron Smith to bo Clerk of court for U mistaken a to the circulation apprprte or Reed would give w itness a contract to make Alabama, and the
over $130, which will go a good way towards lrevlrl expenses In canvass, and had no conncxiou enable tho moth accredited of the but* *
of the there not a county to I as haT been those of late years, set of maps fo the Surveyor-General's office If the duly agents *
i, building a lew Church for our colored friends county, \ice Frank Smith, vloctud member of iho la the State l'pij'I in which It does not big penetrate, we with the appointment of tho Clerk referred to." I to recover tbe lot ground and those eton I he, witness, would change hi*base and go i and tiate for the *ald transler, and they ilitll by m MIkU

.>f the Baptist persuasion! Aulbly. The Governor said that this transaction could Tbe miller work to prevent impeachment This was to the next *essiouof the Legislature
i We understand the Conceit is to J. W. L.Jenkins to b county Judge lor Jack- are'neverthelm obliged to it for its word of have to the Committee had I long exempt, are agn devatte. I refused by wite a will appear in the testimony belwewttk
b rlpale"IU kinduess. It Is an unfortunate truth aL ben explained ofthe caterpillar I with a strong tube and Witness state* furthernuolMd. That
to-morrow. (Wednesday) evening.DESISOS'S i sun cOln I I10 W. J. Purmau, ell'lel State mocracy of 1'loruU do not cherish their home opportunity been afforded him.He projecting from mouth, w ith which he perforates the proposition was annexe.\ him about three and the time for the next meeting of ttefcr*
... : Senator. that the entered Into to de weeks prior to tho time was testifying lure, the Governor shall Issue his Ftor
ninth : Within the last sid conspiracy the base of the cotton bloom with wine *
CONDITION 1'owOIn1'hele ponder i Henry lltutm to be Sheriff of Nassau county, pprll :1 t'y 8hou1. tho Executive of the Stato had worked scarcely the fact before the an election In the district P P<*" "
testifying *
t or two of for lack grade effort and draw* thence Its It never whih in the n*
perished an conducted
j held and
fo nexed be
*ihould be in the hands of every f.ler.- vice Nathan Gano, removed.Dualel 'er was done on or abut the laLnWit to
L of and u he that ill great Injury to and half a million enters the flower. Our but election oy i -
other crt prescribta
support inny erelong tat present ness states the of a spechil as
u invaluable remedy Coughs C. Rodman to be Sheriff of Dual county tat delveed
They for pry "
a share the tamo This ought not of dollars would not repair the ILhler It was few consecutive cold days, during which the this proposition to t undl'rtl such election the qualified elcr'
Loss Hide Bound Yellow vlco Jumes, J. removed. t b
Holland gv
annexation or
to reflect that the blow from trict vole
Cold \ppUt of and need not U those who want mortifying came miller doubtless lay semi-torpid in some sheltered that he was autorze Goveror Hed
Wa Farcy, ad al dia to which Horses Frank E Little i b c611ector truth would Interest in bl \ The of warmth succeeding are "ft to
d\mlnale. then\lve spot days delivered the The it farther Baolced, That prior
Moles Unlike othc Duval .
are county, \ C. Thompson party party
ad a lubJet 10 rmovetLW. of one whom he had aided to get tho high sufficient stimulate it Some hardy prptlon. the Commission* rP0"lt Jto
extending their ,'a Ito to flight election
!! their effect is perma. II. Christy to bo assessor of taxes for Du val usfullei journals by extending t who, the said witness- the said tto .
j. clcle ad Powder of Senator in would do
their circulation.We position Cong 10 flow era are tobelound in sheltered spots eien proposition, testifies Governor Reed did not State* shdl agree upon
building up the animal, giving strength to county, vice S. N. Williams removed.S. him tht conation of transfer,and in the pw'uniu"'
the *
lcnt Ihe Conservatives the they authorize to such proposition to
I heartily the expressions of JUbtCO \say tat during our but, independent of these, I
and all of the eyetcm Richardson to be collector of ret viiue for rcil'roato i 'Inter; I w itness, and more than this, that
I I LUDg vlall t par and Mules, and I If Voluniu[county.Dai good w 111 on the part of the limner, and take occasion I had taken no part in I; he deemed it due to the I fully ale by mean o its strong tube, t extract alormentlone neTr any such thing to him. This being be he Information o the
T0 10n in return, not however the Interests of the State and the Republican from luculent stems suQlciont to snsUiu -
.1 want W. for upon principle t pr juice* a grave mailer, the committee have endeavoredto
Hearty Mizull be of
you your to assessor taxes
I Healthy, use alma Fat and after Strong aul Orange, < of"you tickle me and I'l tickle you," to commend ty tat the man who had started it b it through our mild winters. find other testimony in regard to It but the endeavor of
giving side
II the Powder that asked, by the representatives of the people here if has been fruitless.Again .
all Re I conclude that the
I them a fair trial,you will, like Thou ands of othen J N. Riuhurds to be collector of revenue for paper t our l people. Though Recapitulating, egg b it is shown thata balance of six
J 1 1 never Calhoun county. l'ublc., it is dignified aoL locrte laboring assembled, t resign his position ; tat there the medium of propagation by hibernation, ten, .nine and forty-eight t.sl'

) b wltouHbem to the Stale materially socially. were a few omc.hoMer who had joined in the nature does nothing ty halves, the egg would hud United btates the
bneft currency
They highly commended by Livery A. J. Wood, Jr., la bo assessor of taxes for I I a cet
I a StaLo schemes or the conspirators who if had of and other
among our best domestic exchanges.PVTTT tel provided powers of resistance, which balance of proceeds Virginia
keepers as well u Fur Culhoun b ,'It
by Dairymen. atLlnn'
114 county.Win. told & under of An
State bonds hut authority
-- not decency enough resign, should be r would winter and 1
Drug Store. Edward*to county Judge AUchua & carry I safiily through every ; ,Act entitled."An Act to Govwnorof
b Washington kttir that If the had succeeded, a'11zt
loITLT.-A I'SGt ; conspirators would witness the
I ..- county, vice J.-nkiui, Jr re moved for loVe every succeeding year ravage to raise fund* pay expense* of
I. The lavecllcalloii .a'. |bc fliurntAf ; >. 10rto. haling l to coerce the Senate they hate seized the government and of the worm,a it would always take place wit t it t July 87, Ibtitj, the transfer of said territory.
lm. lite *j. neglect ol duty, Ac.W. to the Cil 11 Tenure law, has entered the Lltur ape
t vern r, T'pa crushed out his Iriends) the slanders they had the unerring instinct of which we have a by which authorized to

.After long and patient labor, tho In VctI'ltnl D. San to be ooHcuor of luC fur Lafuy' fcl Iluntti Kfore hU timein another help upon hill he would seek rrC for if example hi Uie larvs of the locust, but te fai fly, tell or hypothecate these bonds, and by whichAct and"e New York WW *y.

cxnmltteeofihe Assembly, of ,' ells cunly. dlJLon stated that the action of *w ero open ,to him-, challenged Billing during the nights from one it was declared tate pr&ouL b victorious violence <
HABIT of Franklin was 1ho A. Shiver to b colletHor of revenue fur La the Senate in declining to confirm considerable te he had done ever war used only fo the te membr Congres. during the la
chalnum, reported any any man to say Lat anything contrary shelter another, U liable to the vicissitudes In officers, and expenses ofthe session Jority u
ret of their scrutiny to acts and doing I fuyUte county.A nominations during the residue of Mr. to honesty. 10 said that but for two faithful t life, and vast number* lature at which it was passed, was paid over toGovernor have pracUcally reduced the csto.

REKD on Tuesday I last. Two Jl CHirk t be collector of revenue for Leon Johnson's term I based upon the dl'la wish friends the Capitol would have been seized lerunomaic others more unfortunate Reed by h by him .position much k*

were made,both of which w'ill b found published I .unty, ilce }[McCorniick, tk'lned of the President elect that no large places b and the government usurped by revolutionists.- find doubUe prih whie, and thus with diminished instead to sell the of laid bonus the, said agnappnt balance of proceeds in, the popul *""W ,

in to-dsy'i FLRIDIAN. As the matter I one I.C. Deuillly to b ansitsur If> taxvs tir Iou. filled before he gels in I I likely that thow That the Conservatives, since they had surrendered number lufcent* perpetuate their kind n OhGoisa U. S. currency paying, into the treasury of the iState in

ofpllll Interest" we have thought it proper to county, rapplltJ ih o Gen. Grant on a point 1 congenial to their h manifested a disposition .- said currency in which it wat received by him,
X Uy Le reports before oui reader*, with the flu Henry b"hl'rif of HiHoborough the Radical place-jobbers and whUkey-ring will to COrt 1 lo\erment I TO FLU.-luk Miller, 1 long the he paid it In Florida State treasury certificate*

III ain ol the UOUM thereon. This action,it ,'i county. be acceded to, particularly a it involve* that had been that g Ild out to able editor cnductor lava JoL ana Comptroller'!warrant*
charge bal These the only results to w hich the undersigned
visit are
leaieathi morning on to
b a acquits the Governor, the House, by the John R. )Grisson to L s>s u>r 1.1 tsxrs for petty hostility to Piccidcut Johnson which characterizes rebchi,but the charge was f. Whatever aup .*No of the a Union to feel that it is necessary to call the attention

large vote of&to 5, resolving that "the Asetuibly Alachua county.J. Geu. Grant 8 deeply as it doe port they h was given without 1owe. of p' a range of I .lpte t of the Assembly. These cfo not embrace by

finds nothing hi said rpr or tCtmooyUI'.| D. Stanberry t collector of revenue for St. Cunge I should b stated, however, tat tad 1'gT" volunt. He "a a hotk-lu te grwt production* a Florida, if reports any mean* all 11 -
Johns touuty, John G. Long, Mr. Miller goes to that country, in has investigated,
tifj-wg a impeachment Hl'll Governor vic "igne t Ididd a bargaining beforehand Republican, and could b any thing else but a
l behalf of others, as well to for in the testimony
as tee
W. Allen to clerk of court
of Frid" All the prixim 8 b )lno forlla Grt"hich Is prutel .Republican it .p' o h religion but He will carefully examine the toil, hll- opinon that th term* and spirit of the resolution

; voted for Lo county, vice H. A. Crane, elected State Senator. w Uh It! energy and w hole-sale scope the ncr ete no been his past advantage* of the blate for fruits, clt,cttn under w hich the committee has been appointed

Thus end a scheme which has split the Republican B. J. Bowden to b collector of revenue for l'lplt day The old war between the rd. he obeyed the law* and other products. From hU long CnctD ,do neither authorize nor admit of an expression

party, more or less, late the Btate Hernan county lice M. M. Ejaards, elects ln and the o'nr outs ha been renewed, particularly fur good I government, ".en al.a to all' with the Agricultural press of the Wet, of opinion by the committee, as to the secondary ** *
t of the resulu above forth
practical or agriculture it* de gravity set ,nor a recommendation
l'U Its credit and retarded Imr&ral u member of Assembly.R. in f'prl to revenue appointments. and culerta The telegraph that ant kow.4 U eminently qualified tor as to what action Ihe Assembly different power*,
.-- U. Porker to be assessor of lam for Heruando ------ result Impeachment bad been an this mission. IVhat be says of those matters should pursue. We feel that we are but M jiouher and Gladstone.

I HOBT O.E Arrrlto Cboncr county, vic B. J. B.J We have no new* Irom the Legislature t te encouragingly o, and the Florida and things in Florida it b safe w ho have state th* result*, at we have dune, and that 1* fur
f i of Immigration U keeping the W. Mayer for Voluala week, and we have heard nothing reliable a t I"el bnd o an on that country, to tie Co bis observations the Assembly, unbiassed by any previous expression
10 Stt would ell tut cents. eye
t S t b elr! cour what Mr. leonu'l proepecU a fo his now S Wit a good revenue w'ill be something more t or recommendation of our*, after a due,
-Mansion House" at Northampton, M-county, vi M. 1L Dal removed. in Ihe 8Dt.-TI llwiiuuiirun'y 23. I"t ...and good government, Captain Thomas ley, t sprc ol y in mnA thorough cotuudcratiod of the whole

H. tend*us a bill of Fa for Dinner o the 18ih Jesse Bernard t b county Judge of Leon The I\iiuuliir will see, by the last FLOKIOIAS Fer
January, bt w e don't know why he does 1 unIttti county, vie Sherman Conanl, removed.Ml lhat the the by a tyrannical agriculturist\ Mr. M. on his tnp & result*, and to determine In their sound dicreb
II, Ever maot11 SuL .e the land ot amp the palm. We Uoo what course they at the respretentatii e* Ufth
it tx-for tantalizing This U the substance of what lie sold the h
Ipr o of v ClBA,-The New Yok Tuiut says: "It is u*) of < power, hae t Mr.HuDEBaiui on they may have og generally and a people shall pursue in the premise*. That
inc! reading bT dme nothing but reported that the sum asked bye new Span- the seat We suppow a new elec poiuu referred to, though there was much uttered return to the Ha g tme 11t a th* Assembly will give to th* t uimonythU consideration

and Haddock, C and Turkey, will be when we hope the voter* in connection and D other nut Mr. Miller b tend u* a terfc* ofklten ,waich U to eminently deterve* in view 80Ticinityls
Ot te.it
fi feliuiii
Uh Government >r th* Cuba U
Lamb and aud Ducks, o a1ltythe ti C. of whatha ihit of the issues involved, b the sincere deaireof
Theaddrewwa grave
Ccun rebuke the action ter* of which we no I"hie
the &!4 D the
B ue millions In gold The letter recei Ud o Jt interesting J' publication the committee. In conclusion we would say, hMdone."
and and every thiugeUe I ve interest the frequently I t Rl.D their case U _
Pe eke in.V by the President from Senator Hale, Madrid Senate by a second time unanimously electing listened to.it speaker being Xv.UMM)btatt &;., < that Imperfect a*oar work may be, w* have endeavored
I delighted a
might bye Mr, intemiptad to perform it with diligence and in a
LvO' U that made bun II. b apl- people welcurn* tuch alavery. i
\. rBy,whatever Mt Armm can do, he I I i.atl OVtMu were t t Ou &wYI pt spirit of justice to all, and under a full CCTwi'MifrM Without by ?.,
e Coiemmeot and that Mr. Cuba would prob ,,
the sale theUlaud I we hop*
evidently tbe prince hotel ke i w hat heiarors by f o Six bak*of cotton came from the ChoctabatclUe Rodger*, who K.W C'I of e> r responsibility to the people we represent .0
United T fu oCe 1 during U* trip, Florida,
SttC' river last and 'ithout touching tt
w even
ht t nf&
it sample of provender t 8tUNY. a few day
: us wIt a t -- --- I tbe I tn' bl r.ne I garden spot of taa State." Tais we most respectfully submit
reed*b juesU o Ilappr guesU wit Buh.b. )n.' .Ketucky lue
,., ('1 at f :and (37:a hP tee It jo, but how l avoided, since we Brownkif'* Knoxville Whig become* a dafly A b h pasted t TenneatM Legislature proTidiag N. B. Ouvwt,
onVr Jojuc YABJCM,
planters ttoreLOtton
can to
.. subscribed five thoitaand na t next month under tho management of a joint do not gain their cate*
I1T ft Tbe French Emperor ,
B. HtaME
A We* whipped tit | t oUr h ber lor a Ike however will not, taUnJn.1 IlAaKT of u isrvtt& .
day for Vi extravagance 1 etr j fianca i a nonnu nt to l erected atTrieste wa hope,b t. tery 11'c- Mock company, in which Browntow held* a inter j I ahall J ull Such a law would. ,o X&Lt V> S eVtA fGtttU1
.l eraU tocwwkgU harshly ca tb* lawyer*
hot* butU*aad uolatM* oo her t la iu -1i.


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tr"- Institute(
oUct Montpelier
Jpedal TH1iW&fl1IULW ,
''A.x: :. ]!: INTOTlOiU: !
__ = :;=.::Z: :r -- FOR YOUNG LADESr

" Lodge: No.5'I.' O. O.: F. 0 C


rn reminded tlmt 0lit.
"' nETnnES

t1'wifl be I K r>l., Meeting of Leon AKo.5 : KIT. J. W. BECKWITH, D. D., Bishop of Oa.,
bl" It their Lodge Room. this POOLE & SCOTT.JANUARY V.rTOLRn.

'Loe crht, .It'of o'clock.pordrr .fACOI Bl'. ...nl.1f. 0.JflILIp. & [ Uill1 J. T. PRT8B,M. A.,Reetor.Mite. .

PRT8E Principal
WALTER, 8ee',. ilLnul. It "
and experienced
"brnarr t 19110. S._. Assisted by a complete corpt of Ible.
--- : rpHR Flfty-elita Half yearly Term of Lie IntU-

tW drttti tmtnt iLJ 1. lute Kill\ commence February a18 O.
1869. The Institute li situated it Montpelier,the sect Of
-... u tin once celebrated School,under the conduct Of
the late venerable Bishop Elliott of Georgia '
Lost I II The location nnltes Important advantage! worthy
PUBLISHED of tbo particular consideration of parent IDol guar
dians. The toted salubrity of 1U climate exemptS

I))IYongVgTove ET".t ENbe,bualneu a GOLD part STUD of BUTTON, with K ra. DENISON'SCondition As WK 1 1NTKNI 1) FHOM t THIS DATE TO ADOPT THE throughout It from all the fcvcra most and sickly other,season prtTaillna of the; year dlseasea t1U

work setting, and the Initials U. L. on the re.r."e ft from Influences that
seclusion removes
balr quiet
finder will bo suitably rewarded
The of
side. Interfere with the uninterrupted protection
n D )tfflE!!: It this 2O-2t omee. Powders C.A.Se: : S"YSTE TUL studies, and It* eitcnsive and beantlfnl groundS
reb. : afford unrivalled opportunities fur exercise and
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Notice in Bankruptcy. fos 1\TK will say! to nil those who Lan so liberally extended to tiS their trade, that wo EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, recreation.Ihe Courts of Instruction and Inlshed embrace education.all The th*
tiranchc of thorough
Is to give ncllce that on tho 81st day of HORSES MULES 11 solicit a continuance of their custom, and by mating our business I English*and a Classical\ Department will be tide
THIS A. D. 1368, n warrant In Bankruptcy ...' the l'er.on81In.troclloa of the Rector aid Friclpah1sided

... Issued against the estate of Joseph B. Wyatt, .. by competent aMlstanta. The Department orNutc
* in the county. of Gadsdcn and State ofrtorlde. EXCLUSIVELY CASH ,. ,. Instrumental and Vocal! will be In charge of
or -I. who has been adjudged a Bankrnpt on his Cattle and Hogs. ......1.!... 1'rof. Frederic Schmidt. The French Language will
petition : Thnt the payment of any debt. and be tsuehl; by M'lle Josephine Le Gal ; sod Drawing
)\*n of any property belonging to suchBankrupt Am uunjtulloi\ ftivmfllii, Cold, Lot ant, I'slntlng! by Mist Ads. L. Eno
tile delivery, to him or for his use and the transfer nf pttltr HIJo Boned l llow Mstw, IMdnrfrlt. : \Vo will\ l he able to supply them with film,st m-nthinis. needed l nbout a house, or planntion .J" W rj ATTallahassee--- The Religions Instruction la In accordance with.

.ny property byblm.ara forbidden by lawj I that Lung Fcvrr Colic. and all diwaIneidrnt : at a small! : advance on the c"st. ',' $, the principles and USURPS of the Protestant Ipleec.pnl with
\ Interfere
of the creditor* ol the said Bankrnpt to Church, but care Is taken not to
meeting; ta these sulmda Warranted I' "
a debt and to choose one or more assign-. the persnssltina and feeling of pupils belonging; todlll''reni
their ill that cUmicil. If \ TlLLlBASMI .1.111 ID, 61/. S4
prove l tot llirm. rrlwi w* nt ladiea are required
bo held or creeds. All tho
frt of hi. estate, will at a Court Bankruptcy young
.. .
: Tallahassee tllrocUons" See CtrcuUr and devotion on weekdays
to bo holdcn at before D. Richard to attend morning; evening
*. Reirlstcr, on tho Sd day of )February, A. I). Minnbctunil by and the services of the church twice every
10 ,,'c oek, A. M Sunday' In the Cbapeiofthe Institute.
!i.t'.at ALEX. MAQRUDEU D. M. DENISON, Florida The Rector and Principal of this Institution Irenlrnal'ly
V. 8. M. Northern Diet nf Flu. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. known for their long experience and
by 8. L. TIBB1TT8, COLUMBUS, success In the Instruction and training of young
Orpnty Jlarsbal and Me.ng..r.1"eb. ladles; and It I. their determination, sustained and
/6-1& M. LIVELY Druggist by the patronage of the South, to mate
2, 00. : -- encouraged! inch aa willsecure
Montpcller Institute.. In every respect,
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WHOLESALE AGENT FOR FLORIDA Intrusted to their care, the id-
I AM 8T1I! T A" to the pupils
Notice in Bankruptcy. fob S, m M-6m vantages of a first class school learning, combine
----- PAPER Ii\ THE STATE.IT with the comforts of a pleasant Christian home.
notleo that the If IS Till!; OLDEST
millS Is to /give on th day of .
I December A. D.ISCtl, warrant In Bankruptcy *.. .a....wtnROCK....... ... .B...w... ..TROOMI.... .. .. THE OLD STAND CHARGE:
Iwncd i against the estate of Theophllus West!
n Fuel and Light
Board includingYavhlng.
tbo of Jackson nnd Statef Warrock & Broome ;
Ir Marianne, In county p with Instruction In English and Cl.saicailepsrtments -
Florida, who bat been adjudged a Bankrupt on 00
weeks 1150
his own petition: That the payment of any debts ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 'iI' 114'" ., ON HAW AS\ .HI 1'f'KIGROCERJES\ '"'' .. Each pupil coming, per term; In enter of twenty the Institute, will be

and Ihe delivery of any property belonging! to such LAKE CITY FLORIDA charged an additional f for conveysice from Ms-
for his and the transfer of
Bankrupt to him( or uso,
any property by him, are forbidden by law t that ..* : : : : y con French to Montpeller.Music, 11,1"1an" Painting, etc.,will
a meeting of Ibo creditors of the said Bankrupt praUiro' in the touulics; Hamilton, : 1 be charged separately.
to prove their debts and to choose one or more WILL I Ufuj-clle, T')Illr. Snwannec, Columbia .. I'uplla received during; Term, and charged only
HEilgnecs of his estate, will\ be held at a Court of Nassau and Dur.il) nnd In the Supreme .--- ------ -- ---- --- from time of entrance.
Bankruptcy, to be bolden at Tallahassee, before Court of the State and In the United: State, Conr Payment School charges Invariably advance.
D. Richards,.Register, on the 8d day of February, at Jacksonville and Tallahasnei, vl'c'lt\ AS Parties bringing; pupils to the Institute will befurnished .
D. 180 oat JO o'clock, A. M.AL -a-tf at)lr.
A. Feb. S, 1"6V application
MAGRUDER l.,ron,1-ard.. < 11.1110. ",'..I'otk. Prime Pnrk.IV.of T.ummii. Dried H.-rf, Pig F.f t, VarkiM. 1. lieu ring. ornwl FI.b ; < ;. .' with conveyances upon (la
--- -- Stable Macon
T U. 8. )!. Northern Dint of FU hv th, pound or hnrr-'l Ginltier'nVlour. HitfhlanU Flour, Red Ho. Flour" llarrtiKtn Hwir Hod IIV\ FlVXX .. X. :I X. t t I j; i f A. 4V. I.hapman's Livery containing] further particulars
( nlill "n.I1I1..mln1,! N. B -For :
8. L TIBBITT8 bup'rflne and Fine Honr, t'orn Met'i. frum PI HI nil corn and gmnnil bya r irgv iivminj.H 1
by To Rent. and Urlt# JMML, 4 nfTto.( Mocha 'oirct,*, And Illo(I'ofliH Cnmhod. Oninulatctl Powrtcrvd A, II and C Hnnar* T Deputy Marshal and Messenger.' and:mp tlldik I Tap.:nil I qnalUU; **: Hplre t'aIa[ iinvrr awl; Pi:ppcr, Freeh nnpplynf 1'ntrkfin.:: : tinned tJ .odinf all 1 kind. Rev J. r. PRY8'A.., Macon, 0..
Feb. 3, 'O!!. Sfl-lt : HOUSE: AND LOT opposite the Store of I iirted Apple* and Prtwhw, Woodon Harp n ftrnrrnl nrtinint.< Tin War; *, a jrrnvml ortmitnt.: lloHvw and I'otU Jan. !26! 180U. tS-gt
rpIIE ; : : nil ,
', aitmcral.: i\iorlmcnt, Broomn. Hruntiw.l airy t'omlw. ti.'ra.Bittketn. Plnw I.tnpw N tl aiw auftiinalt! .
Poole' A Scott. A'plyloOF.O. lien r, Koro."alJtI, at '" price f.'.' znrt''' ....>*1mcnt Lainpt <>f th' mo.l prn\fd. j,tUt-nn a"'I"I t.tylw.DBY t .
Notice in Bankruptcy. Juuuary, Ib09. iV-IN 1 LATEST NEWS Railroads Steamships, &c.
P111118 Is to give notice that on the 15th day of ._ CONTAINS! THE ,
I. December, A. D. 1803( a warrant Bankruptcy GOODS.A : ,
was Issued against tho estate or Robert Half!, of i Rooms to Rent. CHANCE OF SCHEDULE
Qulney, In tee county of Gadsdcn, and State of
tlorlila, who.has been adjudged! a Bankrupt, on bis i ROOMS, WITH FIRST-CLASS COOD ASSORTMENT OF STAPLE COODS. e
own petition I That the payment of any debt. and PLEASANT nt tho llanri House Apply on the ALSO REPORTS OF LEADING
the delivery of my property belonging to inch premises. AND Tallahassee Pen & Georgia
Bankrupt, to him. or for his use and tho transfer January 26, I860. lIu ituowN :siiiurixi.s.:; ::: ni.r.AciiKi: ) SIIIIITINGS( ,
ot any property by him aro forbidden by law; that -- .
meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupt to '. I'ui'S OooJ Tliroml A-e. AKDFlorfda -
a Cnlil'\O, ) '' ,
prove their debts and to choose one or more a..lpn.?; E. L. T. Blake MARKETS.
ees of hi" estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy AMERICAN AND FOREIGN Centarl Railroads.

to be holden at Tallahassee before D. Rich. JUDGE OF PROBATE OFFERS illS Two Thousand Pounds Cotton Yarns, from No. 6 to No. 12.
srds, Rcgister!! on the 3d day February, A. D.18UO, LATE i'cturns ::'-
nt 10 o'clock. A. M. to all pcrsoa having; : to maketo ... : ;.;:, ,
the Frobate Court. Alto
V. 8. M. Northern lilst. of na. ; ON.... Train. on those 'Railroad. will arrive
bv 8. L. TIBBITT8 of any kind doio neatly and en rn.on.ble! terms. A LARGE AND roMI'LirrF: A-WoUTMENT! COSBISTHH: OF at and (Irave the several Stations at the bouts
Deputy Marshal and Messenger.Kb. t-trOQlce In Marine bank Buiidii, reservIng
below named tbe Companlea,
2, 00. 88-lt ---- Jan. ll>, 180tf. _.!M-2m Men's Boys Ladies Misses and Children's.8EWF.R .. ---.- --- the right( to vary therefrom at their discretion. .
--- -- -- .
Hereafter, tbe 81. Marks Trains on the Tallabasseo
Notice in Bankruptcy. Manhattan Co-Operativo Relief I AND ITliGKII-AIJ.: : JUALITIUS.j Railroad will run on Mondays, Wednesdays

fills Is to give notice that on the SOtb! day of ANNOfl.VTIO.:>. and Fridays.and Accommodation Trains will leave
X September A. D. 1908,a warrant In Bankruptcy 1'ii-rv II I lID ii.: iiii .'OT. TOI:"' Tallahassee FrclKht for Jacksonville. 6 A. M. on Mondavs,
was Issued against tho oltatoorRldley M. Sparry,of BT BECOMING A MEMBER OF THIS A880- and Fridays, arriving at Jacksonvilleat
-, In the county of Leon and Slate of Florida, elation and at a cost of only six dollars M Initiation Suchit, Early) Goodrich, 1'inV Kye, Jnck on Wliito, Chill Pink Itnl l CIMCOH! \VIli c. Wednesdays T.00 1*. M. Returning, will leave Jacksonville at
who baa been adjudged; I bankrupt, on his own petition fee, you will secure to your family, when 4 35 A. M. on Tueadaya, Thursdays and Saturdays,
: That the payment of any debts and the delivery your claia Is filled, the anna of five thousand dollar at Tallahassee 8.001'. M.
of any property belonging to such Bankrupt, Apply JAMES D GAMBLE, Ag..t..In. TERMS.-.Invariably in Advance : arrlvlnn .
to him, or for bla use and the transfer of any property 19. 1869. 24 A FRESH SUPPLY OF GARDEN SEEDS la.. ....r Tr.l.. (.Jol.. Eaiait I

by him are forbidden by law t and tbat a meet. --- --- 00 Leave ... . .. . ... ....... 300P.M. ,
3 Qulnry
Ing of the Creditors of said Bankrupt, to prove their For Rent I IA From tho lust, ami most reliable Socxl Stores) in tile North. WEEKLY Per Annum, |i. | Arrive Tallahassee . . .. .. ... 4 W "
debts and to choose one or more Assignees of his Leave Tallahassee... ... ... ... ... 1.11 1 "

estate will at Tallahassee be bald at a before Court D.of Richards Bankruptcy, Register to beholden HOUSE: AND LOT situated on fiadulun; .ti'i'tis: .*:M> O'IO:" IN, I.IMO.: :" A"IiD:" MIII:"KJKBI.I : SIX MONTHS .._ t.' !..1.00 Leave Montlcello.. .. .... .... .... tOO ""
the residence Doctor '" Leave Madison... .. .. .... .. ... .... 083
A. D. 1"1.t
on the third day of February, "" ten Street adjoining: .. .. ............ 822A.M.
Live U.k... ...
ALEX. MAURUPEK Naab. AI.o 1 1'lano. to (i. II. MaOIHIIBI. oo()( Leave
o'clock, A. M.. U. 8. U.of Northern Dlst. of ya.S a /Rood Mrs Apply S. (,'. DKANCH. IH1AI.1. 'LWKF.FI' ON: HAND A I1OO) AND ThREE MONTHS, i Arrive at Havannab. ... ... .. .' .... 1.30 "
, .. .. .... .. 7.00P.M.
8. L. 1869. 84-lf! Leave Bavannab... .... .. ..
by T1BBITT9 Jan. 19, of Leave Lake City......... .... .... ...... 'M "
Deputy S. Marshal and Mosscrg- LARGE SUPPLY LIQUORS, Leave lialdwlo....... ... ... ...... .. 11.111 H

Feb-!3, 1MB. Z6-H -- House in St. Augustine.A Pt'C'II A K t\ j'tt.; Arrive at Jacksonville..... .. .... .. .. .., 7.80 A. W.

Notice in Bankruptcy. I.... .a-.r "'r.aI.. UolatK West I

r Pills la to give notice, that on the 18t 1I. day of DESIRABLE DWELLING furnished I. IN of. f MIL f French Brandy, Rye Bourbon and Iololllahell'Whl.I.; .,'". Holland Gin, Jamaica. Hum Old alsdford Leave Jacksonville$ .............. .. .... 7.11 P. U.Uave .
1 November A. D.ltM,a warrant In Bankruptcyfa fared for rent from,lot(partly of May If applied\) for suuu. Gin Sherry and Madeira Wine, Also a prime article of Port wine for medicinal use, IllackLcny Jlrsndy Baldwin... .. .. .. .... ........., 11.111! "
.. against the estate of Win. T. Jackson of Address, J. 11. FA1KBANK8.Jsn. Ginger!: Brandy Champagne, by the pint, quart or basket Leave Lake City.... .. .... .... .... .. .. ..10.10 "
of .-' ...... ... .. ..... .... .... J.WA.M.Leave .
In the county of Hamilton and State 19 1WJ. 2+4L JaekaouvliIo.Lat'st ) barrel. 1<1.'J Leave Live Oak
who All Liquors will be soM by the )bottle, uilou: .., iloinijohn or .. .. .... ....... S.W "
Florida, boa been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his ---- '- --- ---- . . . . Madlaou... .
jwn petition : That the payment of any debts and l i.cave Monticello.. .. .... .... ........ .. O.M "..
delivery of any property belonging; to such Bankrupt SHl'I'LY OF ) COD-FISH: [ JUST UECEIVED.: : Arrive Tallahassee........ .".;;... 97
to him or for his use and the transfer of any A FRESh DESSigATEP : l..av.T.U..eo.. ......... ... .... .... 9." "
property by him,are forbidden by law; that a meet- Arrive Hulucy... ......... ..........1...,A. M.Ht. .

lag their of debts the and Creditors to choose of one sold or Bankrupt more assignees, to prove of New York News. FIFTY BARRELS FISH, CORNED AND PICKLED Mark Tr.lss-Kr.l.fct aua4 Ac.c..a.aodall.es .

his estate will be held at a Court 01 Bankruptcy,to CONMSTINO: OF MULLET AND TUOUT. I

be holdcn at Tallahassee, before D. Richards Register Leave Tallah.nac..... . ... .. ....1000A.il.:
on tbe third day of February A. D. iM1tL at ten Arrive at Ht. Marks... . .. .. .. .. .. .11.M 4
o'clock, A. M. ALEX. MAGRUDER.U. : Thus being; able lo 1 41'pi, ) all orders front Ceorgi >, tlu r1 1 1'1 satlnj them the ions; and tedious journey Leave HI. Marke... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 P. U.Arrlveat .
-B.. .Marshal of Northern Dlst. of.- -Pa.\. to the eo.*t. I aOl aluo now prepared to flarelshAPALACHICOLA PRINTING. lallabassee ... .. .. .. .. .. I'M 4
Deputy V. $. Marshal and Messenger '.....e'lo.. sOur

Feb 2, 1869. J 26-lt 9y the barrel or car load, to any part of Florida or Georgia .110" prlcea.ilavlng connections at Bt. Marks for Havana! Kay
LOOK OUT! engaged tbe sen Ices of an eipcrlonced man am also prepared. lo furnish oysters ID .11'quantity, West, Taiupa, "'I'vnsacula, Apalacblcola and NewOrteaueara
Notice 'in Bankruptcy. LOOK OUT! by the quart ([-illon, keg or barrel fresh,spiced or plckM, making the SaL end oyster bn.nes! a apoclally. sure every Wedneaday. K1h!steamers
fresh upply on ha.a.R.ESa. month between New' Orleans and Ua
Shall alwava kccp a per ply
'pniSlslo give notice that on the 16tb day of --" ,, --- Intermediate one
LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT! vena, touching( at all the polata
J. December A. D. 1W4! a warrant In Bankruptcy city week thus giving us t weekly -
each ,
was Issued a.Jnlt the estate of Isaac C. J.(frits, of 37 : JPISaaT: : : I leaving connection each every .

Uulncy, In the county of Gadsdcn and Slate of way.ROBERT WALKEB.
Florida, who ba been adjudged! a Bankrupt on bla Direct from the Gilt. always on hOld, and parked\ In li e, -.nl.bll'pe4, to any part of Florida or leurxla ; WALKEB.Uea'llaperlalaiuleal. .
own petition t That the payment of any debts and and a. many of tbe dlifercnt kinds of Fish .. abound III ibi. (lulf. "''Ia.llr| l nut superior to any In the world. I 'M. U-U
the delivery of any property belonging\ to such Bankrupt Beautifies lbs Complexion. Ihe public are now enabled to bare tbla luxury brought to their very doors. JOB OFFICE ,
to him or for his use, and the transfer of any "Give a Rosy Glow to the Checks Any orders left with me, either for oysters by the ''iuart. gallon or In th. shell by the pork bushel or THE FLORIDIAN
property by him are forbidden by law; that a meet- "A Ruby Tinge to the Lips." barrel,will\ be promptly delivered to any part of the city without eitra charge.wcL21tecl Alliance Steamship line
log of the Creditors of said Bankrupt to prove their Removes all Blotcbea and Freckles
Uibu and to choose one or more Assignees of his I
estate "in be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to beholden The Best in the World." IIETWEEN

at Tallahassee,before D. Richards Register, $,000 BuikeU Corn lOAnJIbs.l Dry Hides 5.000 lb. Becawsi, 8,000 I U.' .Tallow 1lIWlluob"l. Ground IS PREPARED TO.FILL ALL OIIDERS FOR
on the third day of February, A. D. 1111111..t ten and Florida Ports
Pf'M./IOO/ Husbels 8w..t routoea,6OO barrels Hyrup.llavlns N. Orleans
I 1 'clock, A. M.V. 8. )L Northern ALEX.District of Florida.by "COSTAR'S" ;orders on hand for tbe. shore enumerated articles, am ready la pay, either la Cash or OooJs.tbeblebMt
market prices same.I
8. L. T1BBITT8, bare opened a branch atore one door south of M I.l\.1)'. Drag House, where a Dire stock of (Oroce-
Deputy U. 8. Marshal and Messenger. BEAUTIFIER. rica and Liquors may be found; alto alien tl e and obliging clerks, ready. to dispose of them at the lowesturlies EVERY DESCRIPTION
Feb 8, 18611. 20-lt
for CASH or produce.Thankful
-- ---- to the public for their llt&r l i'Mrou'iro "'urln; tho putyssr, shall endeavor to merit the -

Notice in Bankruptcy. .TU& same librralltv in the future

'T'HIS la to give notice. that on tbe 30th day of DaX OFPLMN .
cember A. D. 151, a warrant In Bankruptcy A. F. SPILLER. -
of James M. Gou, of Bitter-Sweet and Orange BlOl! omil.
was l Issued agalnat the estate 'U1. LINg: la composed of the following Bleans1 -
In the county of Gadsdcn, and Slate of TalUbsuee Jm usry 19. 1.1.! 'HMl. ships, to sail semi monthly Anus New Orleaaalu
Florida, wbo baa been adjudged a Bankrupt! { on bla One Bottle ll.OO-Three< for 1100.: --- fmsacola." ApalachlcuU,, 1. Marks, Cedar Keys,

own the delivery petition of t any That property the pa>belonging ment of\ any to such debts Bank.and 1000 Bottles said In In one TALLAHASSEE day In N. Y. City.sell It. : Pleasant !'! Thing Beauty ii a Joy Forever! AND FANCY JOB WORK, ,.......aael'uy Heal -

rapt, to him or for bla use, and tile transfer of any t9-All Druggists 1 1"tat, thins Is, without question .A.LLX.A.N"Om
property by him are forbidden by law ; and that a Or ,.ddrr.i "CO3TAR," No. 10, Crosby Ht.N Y. $" ,
U 11ItLI:11: : A
meeting of tbe creditors of said Bankrupt to prove -- (. B. t FAKKEIl Command.LAVACCA.,
their dubu and to choose one or more assignees" of J Machine.
us estate, will b.held at a Court of Bankruptcy tot 'lIE Cat rr.m..r ,ice n 'ii'h' will\ r> Sewing "uell: Ah
> Uolden at Tallahassee before D. Rl bardi. Rscla- 1 the I j \ ,
f; on tile third day of February, A. D. I**, at ten i foil.VJUTI!W. at the IlaKncr" House la the : L1VlNUbTON.mpd.r.Licenser. ..:
/fock, A. M. ALEX. UAGRL'DEK. rir s Jluaiduy. IVhrimry i [ sole accredited Agent for Florida." Ordara<< DILL III AIH,
C. 8. M. Northern Dial of Fit of Re,. B. ) through her will be promptly s&tendaJ to, and !lance huff Orleans. every B>ilf by 8. L. T1BBITT8!:!, under tbe manigement ,.,od.im u'urv Deputy V. $. Ma..bal.nd Meaneager.h'eb269. pal. 1.1.: 1160. :a-U West and lUtauua, via Cedar ",.,. acid Tamva.Urturtinj .
&-:tt :4kI vuoai ('or... <>as tnosa C.r.c 1UTL8 OF TL'ITIOS ;, CIUCULAKS! leave lIauaaa'verJ Tuesday and St.

Notice la to give in aotlee.Bankruptcy.'PHIS that on the Slat .dny of [.Mre4iig" OUUY:Jj.er! !,OHMY Aug.- : 26.J!] I nu't atand it; b"be lot fu'ol Class the. :present(primary year),.eibre.'ng will be .In rillin U.. B.\ ., !I I' SEED M! BILlS OF) FAUK CHECKS:, mifiNF( OAIIDH! di.ieZtL.Marks Ajwlahiruia'The publIc\every. and lucsduyevenlnf way e.sactila.rely gn UUa lisa for for New nrUluti OfUaat sad vu

i December A. D. W08, a warrant In Bankruptcy did, for he scat right off and got a box of'Costar's' Reading and Wrilini!;, F. W. FEKKISi
usa buned aguloal the estate of George W.Koblusoo 3d (;1..., embracing (,miujr. ,. ArUhute. i i VWTINO CAHUS WEDDINO OAltDS! : Acenl., Ns' Orl...
of UarUana, i la) tie county of..J.kaoDz.au4 Bute 01; tic aDd Geor&lb1.( I A. ORNIIAU,
Florida who baa been adjudged a OB"is Corn Solvent 3d Class, embracln Antl nl J..oiC"Ui *-, /61.,1\. Marks.Pits .
Mal-bemall..fbJalca1.llIte WISH TO rkOCl'KE: : A ,
own petiUosi: That the payment of any debta her \ AJDtNf110 W __ _
leitual and Moral: (klences, full aasoni-wat of fresh, and _
ind the delivery of property belonging to such |I I good .nd pare
.'ackrnpt, to bun or any fur his nan and the transfer or: sod It cured him." bard can tw had onvenlnt\ to tis D ItAIMtOAU] WMNKH OK WKUV: DK CJUITJON, JOHN PRATORIUS,
.n) property byLine, are forbidden by law; and that Thousands of Baits sold. good 6auLiiea. at from |Li; toli l per SEED
meeting of the creditors said bankrupt,to prune la TALLAHASSEE soB HOradresa blc quarterly advice GARDEN I.HSAf: JII.\N KH,
their debta,and to choose oae or more aaaignec or AU Drufrjtsts So to'roabI8t., S. T."COSTAB'S" *,. Hoard JEggE of I do well to call early,or If you live at a distance LAWYERS! mUEt'S, MERCHANT TAILOR
'aa estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to "C08TAR, t wild to order by flail they can be suru you, ,
II holden at Tal.......&..... before D. Rlebarda.; Kegial" J:>II. III, '0*. I put .p, U the folUwUm: ralea .f Boatage, CON8TITUTIONH OF CO. I.ti.'i.l'AJdPnU.TR ..: ,
on the third day of February A. D. 18W!! at ten 1Ia'J.- ; ; I uuouu tan b< socloaod yoar Ia..... or HAH JCdT OPF-MD AMAONIFK'KNT

"clock, A. M. 8. M. of ALEX.Northern&AGKCDER.U. Dlat.: of FU.. ;..;. .cocraS........uses.. .. .. 1 1* addition to the price of smd : : ," HOOKS! HTOX JK
aida lo wtlgkt,I ecila.
-- 4 or :
8. L. TIBBITTa alCe of ouccts .
Marshal by and Gibbs & : ..,e over 4 cwacca and nut over *canoes 4 eta. 1'-rfKlt:
t. Messenger.Kcb
Deputy ckajfe, over t ounCes oDd not ova 19 oallou'eta. ,41'-
=, '0:1: :26-11! ",,over 11: ounce,and not o>.. U ouatca. tu.

---Notice in Bankruptcy. Produce Commission ASD"A: nudmara. wslfbt of packagv wklck may U. AC, A('.. 4O. FALI'INTER\ GOODS)

'e. Ill pearl "... :''b. I through tilt uuui at Ibc*. ial,. .U Uiulud to ,
'PHI3 Is to give Dot In,that on the 4lb day or -.. I."A, pouada.
X December A. D labtf a warrant in Bankruptcy: OCTUCRH f ; :! .; n. '." 'E'.Y. UK: uUlU0 HW (JUaTOMW

fcf use,-lasued anlaat hi lbs the eoanty calate of liberty 9f Jaice, ud C.But Evans ot. Standard Preparations 'beeswax L'IIi Vegetables;HALE At, Ac.OF a apeeUlty. Also H14 'i Jasa.ty,2t0U___- __ ._ 'ft ._ __ __ In the Best Style. and on Reasonable Terms. IITlIlCit\,\ and of frit sis oa the'mo.1 rcconalslbif _hla ........

Florida, wko baa b.. adjudged a Bankrupt onlua S&&eaHands .
Jan I Book Stolen.
ow. petition That the payment of any debts ----- Pocket
and lbs delivery of belonging to aaeb Cloths
any properly I Rfc I
Bankrupt, to him or CUr Ua ue, and toe transfer o..ay Wanted I FEOM THE: CBUCKIBflt, ON THBttfc and
property by blm-. s,. forbidden bylaw:, and I UwC about B>ldnla>t, a Cassimeres
tb.iiuseettago( tba creditors of said bankrupt, to I GOOD TIM CLAM FAKM Voitings
prove their debta,and to cnooa* one or more.. "Co.tai-'a" Hat,Uoach,A tv,Exterminators. 10 watri ps4 b1 tll. w"tb I I Leather Pocket Book .. ,
I :
abjvee* of tie estate,will be held at a Court of Bonk A I taIaIDI the fullowimr j dMcribnl Net.. ad I'.. .
muter,to be boldea at Tallakaaaec. before D. Rich ''CortarV Bed Bug Exterminator: Jan1 i'OO Ba-' w aa caa ha ,recoIUet vUt. i which. ke .U prepared to aaa..WacIs U. Mol
aria, Krcister.on the third day of February, A D !I 011.ra M not on Chaa. $. HWy Lr;; VM, at 10 per .--- --- -. unsung Ills warkiuei are aa rood a. can tie ban!
1 tiUado'c1ock.LM.: I bI Fcbreary lit, I'M' }?. la the. coaBtry. Maya) lius 4 TI\.I&&oo
ALEX. WAGIlt:DEB. TwtarV (only pure) Insect I'ow Jer. Pumps I Pumps (.me ...To.TlS. A. Jinodtua" far !O.a.e4 1'1.' ,. '0. .... U
C. 8. X. Northern DiaL of FU" I yL> lafi::. -
by 8. L. TIBBJTT9 ISifalVES. UIOaUCLlC' i Joe uary MW* a. !' Chajn! for HUta4aooari< JAMES: : : JaY 0 K U Jl ,
6. Marshal and lei
Deputy Messenger: .' Oily Infallible Benud. kaown. FlU.La.: .manikirtused bj 1 I ItKl.
? :,'e'J. __ SB-It .I tsUbllsbed U New' ,or.." aslhctrcxtaaaiv. wa 11 yean" can aid sos htopctuI aM iU1Itoa..p& ).. receipt from A K. ConU for Dote pieced> : BOOK-BINDER
Notice in Bankruptcy. .8,000 Bole*and FUak manttfcftme4: aUy. (;. a11. I i' Ms kaada for coUai-tkiai
..All DrngKUu ID ALLAUAfieE tell them."ttiBew.i'ei llazmcr Hw TUI.Lsune. I 1 I Aid the followuiic deacnl*.. D9' : .... |100I _AID_
la to rive *ottee.that on the 19ik day of .-u hula. IbSla: hal.d Lese,ao4 |Uor:.
TEI3 >
uaa.jyiETROPOLITAN liireaJl
: A. D. 1W.a warrant in Bankruptcy olcpurl.sshiaBalIoueLQO J. ix ___ --- I II I Tallahassee k. K. not*. THE BOOK BINDEIiY Manufacturer.
,.... laaned anlnal ln. estate of Francia II. yiagg.ofTtllihmee.U A ia beral reward win be paid for It. rwv.ry of Blank Book
the cou'ly of Leonand fatal of $ *'Uc scat by ma.1; oa receipt of price. \ l& book med osttvte.0tT UUU TlB3U9*) M*t Will 1
Florida, who .has been adjudged; a Bankrupt aa bla 14.00 for sty three ll.W site by Eiprw: I i =\ to \U diectk'e td Ibi lb.W.6. _.--
'Wa petlUoa: That the payment of say debts udn I -AJJWBILLIABD to', IIoOIt W eLLi I
delivery of any property belongine to sack 1.A.44r' I ".. tI, '. -4&.JOB of 3f: r. JAfi. 'IIAPE&: RULED TO ANT FATTBaUI. JOUaV
I in under the .
'-Mikrupl, to l hJm or for Us DOe, sad UK transfer of St. y. I -'-- '- -- In connectioa With the JOB OFFICE, mutagctacrtt .1.- ....., Lac\aen.\ Cash Book. Day looks &I
11I1 property by him, ore forfaiddeai by law; Uat a JlU8T It. COSTA, 10 'r06,1 X. I I -- '- workl 1JuckOll 11I&44 te o tdeJ. MuiO..III..4 MausbeGdii .sO
t-el Iasa 'fl.
"ectlat ofU CredAor* of said Baakrjpl, lo. prov. ) J. YOKUM, -well known M a. fint anyMyis5'aZtIC,1IgIIUCuaSIfI" -
!>-i/dcbu,and ta coooM .... or more Aaaiface* of Or, JOBS F. HJOKT, (Successor to) E L. OTIS, PRINTING I.,epa1rla,,.ki4ovL.1butqe.
tls.: MM*, .ui b. bald at a tout of Baakraptcy. to .

*",hbldn. at Tsllakasarir.tf t.f of.YabrwuyA.tLIe6ttss1DcLs.4L P Uka fd .Kcfut-; :' Pwu DAKSU A Co.. il'I ParkKow,JSoUby *. V 'ruE rDiUT UQLOU.W1SU.- W..A yiATLT JnCTn t3ar All kind of Ruling done-tuch u liltok liookt, Bill Ue&d, Dill 1le'ieI aalc* U tla. "............** |i.jl4Ja>..

LILofNnkeraDut.of ALEX.i. L.1UGk"DJR.t' TUUITTn.: FU.ty M.T LUUIU"LIVELY rl.alWo ell"tare I (scfWid Po;'ignri_awaJ'iM4..1'4 ol at loW alIGn__....:ad4i.m..I 504 1.1 THIiS OFFICB flhaski fa DJ atjU tksurw] t aud ste. pnabrs4 in a np ri
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j' ,;'. ; GENERAL, //1'" JANUARY 12th 1860. Miscellaneous New York Advertisements.. I Miscellaneous.SirTiiija -
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I A'dyerjfsing Wreclory.1m ---_ .- Curantur. DESIRABLE

AT -0--
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L 7 r..I1.e*t..lllr tko**wh Inserting already Cards admits In till with Vlrttwt us',vis I : as : ( fttU..L.. : : : ,-j I Ik oNj liALF, I Awl- ,' B: 'eml.c PINE on D..iLLXG 10tI A0
! riv.HIM,I month' | 00 Three line*.I mo' $1 tin Commission Merchants, HUMPHREYS Aup.tne Ircctl.fronting{the C'PIIOId:1: i,
001 I mo #300PlvillaMlIJesr ( a '
., 15 I Three HnM } ) WIliSON & I3RO. 11e. D,
," 001 JSOO V. : no. tl WAIM STI1EET Klcb !
r. |s. j Thf'ft IIneo.1 year. ADMISSION FEE, HOMCEOPATHIO SPECIFICS, the premises al In rr air .nd, I llterol
Te all olh... lh.rstts W1flbII followsriwlhift : .. itf STORE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT! OF C1IoIC&utUxhItSCONSt8Tfl. : O -.-- In ODe. tho elt1. Apply convenleit to and dealrble JIOethel.
1IAo\v "ello:
.I months .1 (001( I Three llnw, I mos, |100Fl } UNTIL 1000 MEMBERSARE [ TATE rrovei, from the most ample experIence
linn S months, a(on I Three lines 6 mo* 400FlftlIa..I Joni It. EAELI formerly of Smnllwood, CartCifeCo.JAMXS .1. an entire sneers.; Simple Prompt Efficient Oc :aI 1''f'fDIMILL.
) year 10.001 j Tare, lines, Irtr. e.Wrrw. Ilnllibut) Tin! Shore Mackerel: ; (in littRn.1! Barrels,) Lobsters, Scotch and Roe B. CCHBIXOHIM, and Rclable They are the only Iedlcnc. perfcct .- -6. AC'ol

I fMiiBlMloM .Uowedto AgWitt/ es lit above Cured Hums Drcakfiu-t Bacon C. II. Sic.1cMCM Pork OBTAINED. .THOU. J. Pxvixcwc.formerhy of Smalhvood Earle &: ly popular use-so ml.lnk. -
Herring Sugar Co. and J. L. Smallwood ,\; C',. I cannot be made In using thorn ; so harmless as to JBurke's
rat*. I Dcst Aortliern Butter, Duckulicnt, lice\ Moats Crackers, Nuts, Dried befree from danger and so efficient, a* to be always "Weeklv
trOrttit lot p.bllahinl) raids la this Dlrfctorj aa- -.--- They have raised the hlehcst Immenda. FOR BOYS AND
Baldwin and l'irlinl'lle? Deesicated Cocoanut and '- reU.blt .
Apples ., render GIn
the CASE wfll tot Wtelv sttontlon. all,and
iopSiM....... .. by ----- ---" <.: Onions, Country Syrup, Crushed, Granulated: Pow.doted HATING LONG EXPERIENCE IN TIlE SALE OF frol ,1.1" Cents. FOR 1869, will be the belt Volume yet I lsnM.
The payment from Two to Six Dollars (according! iO contain a "BoVl '>
$ ..... capital story I
TALLAHASSEE. FLA and Brown Sugars, Rio and Java Coffee, Black lo .g',) will'ronatltnte! ym> a Member of Cotton and other Southern Produce 1. Fevers, Congestion, InflnmmaUona Worm Colle..25 25 tho Indians" by ,. F. R. Oouldln iSii"01
.. 2. Worms Worm Young Marooner:" Mountain VT' or
nnd Green Tea, Gardner's Harrison's and 1 Highland CrylnclollcorTeetblutOfInfanhl..25 liii i
8. '
solicit and
we respectfully consignments are prepared the Old Dominlon by Philip sniT'1'of"The
\"EHY BROTIIEI5S City Flour, Arc., &c., &c. EITHER or ALL the GLASSES to make advances,for which apply to 4, Dlarrboa children or adalts.25.... ..25 Miner-Boy of Man.feldt' ;i" Barrett n"1"?rr r
: of Livery Stable* Mm 5, Dysentery, Uriplne, Cole. lIfe at the Old Farm "llan or
May* e'pdrI Lumber, Jtcixlwhls.BROKA.W : '30 Bbls. Best Planting Irish Potatoes Goodrich Peach Blow &0.iT' Of the Association now being orgaalzcd by THOM. a. nnKixa k tO., 6, .. V 9tnltlng... ......25 "Trades end Professions House of Animals by ] ,,'by ID"',Peck?' ''

:. _______. _u. -.- .. -- TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. 7, Conchs Colds, BroncbIUI..2 South Carolna I or An'ient I ?
I ; P. B, I j |- 'All of which wlllI The Florida Relief Dec. 211,'6$. Zl-lj 8, Neuralgia ,Ffl'eft' ....... for "Blogphlu B, rr
Mutual Co. V, 'Headaches,Sick Vertigo. .21 RUloleroal
Uea.ehe .Poor
henry, from the
end Sale' Suiblw mid 13 l 09.\ tJ -
Keeper of IJTcry January ------ ----- --- 10, Dy.pepsinBilloflIbt0maCb..........2 tranalatcd Ocran
by a lady of
Dealer In OsrrUgca! Bugglos nml lUriiw*. I LOCATED AT TALLAHASSRE.Clats B. C. MORRIS Jr. 11, .Suppressed or painfl Polods.Uh..2' ftUretlve atones and Vrglnl.. ; and bnUfl.U\
19: Whites, too profuse Perlod.2 Term, $2: a, Jom elegantly r
J., ( 13, Croon / .. cub.
BrelllbIDI. men copies premium
( Merchant Tailor nnd drnlcr In ; SPECIAL NOTICE.KIIIKSEY -.--.- 14, Salt P.iienm Erysipelas ...25 to the publishers. llt lent .'P';
Ootton.: : ; ; JPo-otor; lon
'. 15 Rheumatic
JJryGoodeC1oth1ngtt.cniciiii _. r.II..2 J. W.
.. -.- Rbcnmalm. Chill BtRKE &: CO, Macon.I ,
18, c. FOer, "
- -- ---- -- -' -AJtn- Arnel..O Jan.
P., A itentiMti) I 1,000) Memlerf.Clait 17, Piles, blind or bleeding.. 12,181. :

I IVtlcr in Books (especially &::11001 nooks1) & JOHNSON B 2,000 Gen'l Commission Merchant, 18 IV,, ." Ophthnlmy CaUrrb acute, and or sore or weak E.el..O THESOUTHERN

1 SlftUonrry:! Music[ ,,.xc..: Clan C 5,000 90 Old SII ". lU\V TOItK. 20, Whooping Cough ehronlclnRnenu..O, Cough.O
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I DAMON. GEORGE:, >\TOCLD\) ; countieS to the follow 'ACTSOur: Mr. Jonisox has spent the past six weeks Ola"'D 10,000 BENJ. C. MORRIS, General Partner. 23, Albmn oppressed!, Drctlng..5 Henlng..O CULTIVATOR
I Whflj.--Ble l and Retail Dealer InGmr(1rIViYt1tflht(1Cflfld1ftttr10'&L [3icw York, selecting a STOCK OF GOODS In B\rnt way suitable for this market. FRANTZ B. MULIER1 I l Special! Kt, Scrofula enlarged OftndlswClngl..O
( _,1 "--- '---r .. W.\{. HARMAN BROWN, f Partners. 24, General Dchlllty,
.. \We Down all : ..... WeknC..O A MONTHLY MAGAZISIbr ,
-- -- Pay Cash for wo Buyl.I -- ..- and scanty Seerelon.O
; DcVAL II. S. { Each Member. pays a small Annual Fc e on the 2Dropy !!, !lckDe
ii : fractlcal, 8uI"I"l', or 1IRll1rnl1ght mlln. We Buy for Cash Only I First Toeadsy October and II10 on the death of I TAVINO FORMED A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 27, Kidney.Disease, Orncl..1!frol rldlug..1 / 11ll/atof the Garden,ant g IV '.,,!,
) -1 under the laws of the State of New Fa.llf ,
. a Member. By this trifling outlay be secures for 25, Nervous ,, ,
JL"" -- 'We Pay No Time Prices for our Goods bis heirs! many Dollars there are Members of York with Mcs'''. FRANTZ B. MLLLEK: and WM. lebll! Sminal..... ....... IS PUBLISHED AT

G.umLEJ.JAMES kotte of ( We Can and Will Sell our Goodsat the Class or Classes to which belongs. Members 1IAKMAN BROWN as Special Partners under the gore Month Canker............1.0. .
Real Collector Claims 2.
a' Agent t. received from both Icrea.and Irom 19 to C5 years of firm name of B. C. MORRIS JR., I am now con Urinary Weakness,wetting bed..50 ATHENS
Rente, &0., and Commission Jlcrcliaut. the Very Lowest Figures age. Blank applications and other Information fur. tinning with Increased facilldes the business heretofore 81, PaInful Periods,with Spnurns..........0 GEOllOU,
-- late firm of
nlilied conducted by Ibo Caldwell
1 83, Sufferings at change
HEIR CRAIG L! TlieadvniitigAVeWvobnJfiirpurehasliJff, floods at the Lars Trade Bales held In NewTork: this T. J. PERKINS, Pres, Morris, at the same ofllcc, No. 20 Old Slip. Spasms, St.oOlfo..I.O BY WM: & W. L.
Drulcrs' In Groopri,>, I'nrtislons I Tail, makes our Stock' undoubtedly the cheapest In the Mnrkct. t-fT' Our friends will please GIVE LS: K. L. T. BLAKE Boo', Trea. B. C. MOKltlS Jo. 3Fplepsy.! ulcerated Sore T Daneo.l.0 JONES.
Cunncil Fruit, Llqnnrsi&c. A CA 1.1.1! Utl Wa are nlnayn ready and wllllnj to show our Good", but do not route easterners to or Rsv. JA9. O. BKANCU, Oen'l Agent. .New. York Sept. I, '69.. 4-flm. I a. :)t..5I --
._ to for theimilvct Dec. 13 m 10 -- --- -- -- I
---- pnrchane" bclicvlnir they are competent Judgo FAMILY CASES
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OQtE.n: P. JAMES KIRK8ET LEONARD K. JOIIN80S. Smallwood Hodgkiss & Co. Of B5 large vials, morocco OI containing a TERMS-tx Ar>virs
Attorney al Law 27 19 'rnI for
., Oct. 69. specific every ordinary A family
ji ,, Office over TurJy' H mcM Store. GREAT BARGAINS' I Is subject to, and a book ol For Annum.TI. .. ... .>>
0 *
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I ------ COTTON FACTORS Smaller Family and Traveling \ Six Monlhs... {0
KIRKSEY & JOHNSON, I '" 28 vials ..from Three Months.. SSlnglecopy
y' > """ to ...... ... M to IS .. ...
I': Wliolesnle and Retail Dealers In THE OLD ESTABLISHED Specifics (or RI Private Diseases, both for ....,. .. 0
t/'i. Dry Goods Groceries, Hardware,Ac.KINDON AND! curing and preventive treatment,In vials December, l08.TH) .
.c SADDlES[ HARNESS BUGGIES and pocket cac.U to U ---
I f & T1BBITT8 General Commission Merchants HT"These Remldles, by the case or single box, SAVANNAHMOMIG
are sent to any part of the country, by or Express .
Dealers in Goods .
I Dry '- Mal
: ,1 Groceries and Conluctinnnries.McDOUdALL : "(o. 1O IlcuTer Wl., rWir Vork. free of charge on receipt of price.

1 t Bookseller, Stationer IIndDCIIler ... -.- Office and Depot, No. G' Broadway,, New York. ,

I j In Music. Pribes Marked Down Dr. Humphreys Is consulted dally a his office
prepared, resident to by above for forms ot DAILY &,
.. -- WE are through Agents/ Icronallor leler. al
iq MCNRO.'MAIOE A CO., ; advance on and sell Cotton In all the Southern sale above prices, TR.WEEKL

:. I ,Uakrrs', nroctlonor and Dealers In DRUG STORE. ---- Ports or forward from these Ports to New Tone or March SI 8t T. P. TATUM, Bole Agent. A BILUHLI
Groceries and Merrhnnttbingenernlty. ,
r _ _ _._ _ I RESPECTFULLY INVITE thopulfic.. LIVERPOOL DIRECT, and Commercial
p1l to call and examine my largo Stock ol. )'- Family Newspaper
I ,
b -' Dealers In Fine Walclies, Jewelry,' I ;Saddles Harness 'and Buggies as onr friends may prefer. Our connections In Liverpool Telegraph Publications for 1869. rtONTAININQ TOE LATEST NEWS BY
BUrer: Ware, Kino Guna, '\:1': !KEEPS To which \ke calls tbe are such as will give onj customers all tbs \J graph and Mall from of the Tl.
- aUl'ar. ;
---- ALWAYflor before purchasing elsewhere, aa I mean to sell low advantages of Hint market." Dally Telegrnphlo Foreign and 13g.
) k POOLE A SCOTT T : M. LIVELY I attention for mestic Markets together with a full Daily Reporter
I Wholesale and Ietall'D Blr" In (: Casa.All persons knowing themselves Indebted to ft: "'. ,.,('0'1"1' A.; co., MACON DAILY TELEGRAPH. the Savannah Cotton,Grocery and Product)1ktl

3 Dry Oooda, Groceries, Hardware, &1'. !hand a full! Stock t of I 'me, cither by Note or Book Account,are respectfully Tallahassee: Florida. Every FRIDAY we publish a full &
I requested to make payment at once ns I want I L' Commercial Report of the Savannah Markets,
'I I PRATOIUU8, JOHN =. :. ... .5 I .1 i I. 5x1 I -j \ MEIICIIANTS! money. J. E. 1'URDT. i "'. 1'. WOOD, ARrnt, rpllia PAPER WILL ENTER TiE TEAR WITH Cotton taming Prices Current, Comparative Bllcmenlol.
and full
Oct.20.6S.: 11WH. Bay St., Savannah Gs. Mercantile
'Merchant Tailor and lOftIer In.. X a cIrculation be fonnd Slnttlc.
very ever
> H _'___' ___. ___._ Oct 4, '67. In the heavy of Southern 1,1 of under and by directon Bood of Trade
and Oentlemon'i
Clothing FurulblUog font
Journl.m-ful of this
------- rlty.

'' I PURDT/JiS.'UJManurnrlurcrcf; 0000..1, :: Drsw, .t1 -. tj PHYSICIANS, .......i....TISOK........ w.........w.....oanoR.......... A 5CARD. bo the Invaluable News to the-Domestic Planter, the Mechanic.and wi tho In same the future straight-forward,aa In the past, earnest,the,Niwt honnt will pollcj.-paru.

I 1. baddies and llurnrs.4, denier In Carriage*,) >)> I 'VT TISON & GORDON bold Business of every and Profclona.oD. I Georgia will take and strong the Coloncl W. T. THOMPSON,author of .Major JOBM'
--0- lulerct "
Carriage iUtcrluu Shoe:! Findings, Ac N I South,and without Impinging at all on the sphereof Courtship, la connected with tho paper.
; R I .MedU-luca, .bmi.t-wonn, HouoKif I &Co., J.L. (SHAU.WOOD Co., the Agricultural Jouruuln. It will contain TERMS
H M FAn fEnS COTTON moretimely :
IACTORSCommission '
SCOTT, W. F. V. M w York. Savannah,O.OI'EIII. and Important Agricultural Matter
I Bar Room and Hillard Saloon 0 '8' -A.D- Oio. W. SCOTT Co., Tallahassee Fla. the year, than any of them.' during Trl-Dally, per year. ...110 r
Weekly,(Monday,Wednesday and Friday)
At tho xcbnnge Comer.. : '.nln... TERMS-110 per Annum, or U for 8U Months, per yer...... 8 0
r- Merchants CONSEQUENCE OF TilE DEATH OF OUR or (1 per Month I
Subscriptions recoiled for of
IN ,
SCOTT & CO., O. W., and all who any length
H may want late agent at Savannah, Ga, WM. T. WOOD, wo. from month Savannah .
one and If want
upward a
Cotton Factors nndCommission t> 1%.. .s HAY MTItKUT: have determined to make a now organization for the 4 send ; you
Merchants.' "' ;I Oils. P t't onythlnifln his line.He business at that point,under thc name of month.paper one dol.r and try theKiwsfori

I I sell SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Georgia Semi-Weekly Telegraph Kf All orders by mail or otherwise,promptlj I I
':; i HHINE, R A., guarantees ISiBAGGINO J. L. SMALLWOOD & CO.Our attended to. I

; j'' '' Auctioneer D'caler Commission Merclmnt aud- DRUGGIST.I 1: Uhcm as low as similar AND nOPE 'OR IRON- TIES AD- Mr. 11000/Ise,111 make Savannah Isis princi the Wiu.same be publIshed Twice a Week.the Dally It will-bo present the lAll communleatoD" to receive prompt attention

''i : 1'1' in Groarlc, Uquori6. on Crop. Ealllbodo. and Mr. FRED. PRESTON who assisted the same sice, characlerlt. to
]. I Toilet and Fancy articles can la bought Liberal advance made on consignments 01 Cotton. WOOD In the cotton business, will\ hay.I'fIpe.lul first number will be or no advertisements.The J. 1L ESTILL.Edltor.Proprietor,
I Issued on or about the first .
8LU8SER WJI. 111 Savannah GLDoeembor.18
P. ,
'i Tallahassee Fla. ; this Grateful for liberal patronage In the past every charge assisted by the eldest son of our of January.
Worker In Copper Tin SUcct Iron and I side of New Tork effort will be made to continue to merit public ecufldence. Mr. SMALLWOOD Both are fully competent for all
l 1 I Dealer In General House i'urulsblng, Guodo.PEN8ACOLA Articles, -_. [Sept. I, 'OS. 4-flm the duties to the Interests of patrons. Mr. PnisTON'S PRICE-U a Tear and 19 for Six Mouths.
or Philadelphia.oiuu'.its __ mercantile experience In Liverpool and extensive i
1 I acquaintance EnglIsh buycrstogether i -- ---- --- The Savannah Republican,

FLA. : uIM1'JclvuI.I.a: : MLICII'ID.' : S, SOLOMON; with a practical" knowledge of market values will\ ; GEORGIA
.1 Insure a satisfactory disposition consignments by WEEKLY TELEGRAPH
:.. ttTAKLSY: 0.-A.AUome11t. snle or shipments to foreign ports when desired. DAILY AND WEEKLY,
Tula Splendid Sheet I Is the Largest In the
I Law, Fcnsocolft, Fla. Segar Manufacturer Mr. SMALLWOOD Jr. has been connected. with among
World. It ,KIQHT.PluEa
l :, July_ Office_ la Pinncy'i JlullJIug. IPhysicians' Prescriptions Compounded at all Hours-Day or Night. Arms of Smallwood Anderson & Co., Smallwood, FIFTY-SIX f composed Of matter.and BY J. B. SNEED.

-,- .- BRYAN STREET Eurlo & Co.. J. L. Smallwood &: Co., and ourselves, We shall COLUMNSnearly.1 advertisements.It II
which bas given him the experience of the business .
'JACKSONVILLE FLA. Three Doors !from tho "Puluskl house( ( for tho 13: Is a complete epitome of the Weok'.loloryand
I pant yeirs i we feel confidence and
I .
- IlInd aa a Family baa no -.-
aatlstactlon In the .bll
serve the best Interestsof
DKKW, COLUMBUS SAVANNAH, GEORGI.\ onr patrons through cur arrangements, and respectfully PRICE-W a Tear,or$11 for Six Montba..
; _, Bookseller, Stationer and I I am now conducting my business on the basis of Niunll 1'rofll nnd ;"Vet ('o..h. PrlC'_. Sept. 29, 1848._ 8- w ask your continuation of confidence and Address
t Dealer Inff nslc. By adding Interest I can however a few 00ouLbi.Uwo for such _ to our Savannah UNDERSIGNED IS PLEASED to annonon
j' . grant city acceptance or paper aa I can --- patronage House which has beenso CLISIJY THE
/ ._. realise on from Uank. long extended to our New York House and \REI IsIs frend and the public,that be I..r.
: t SAVANNAH CA. M. LIVELY. L. WARROCK which we feel confident will be merited In Ihe in.terfourso. December,1SC3.SOUTHERN. come In possessIon of thllTmeHonored
i !., Respectfully tours,
_ Tallahassee. ,October 9, iSO?. 13 8MALLWOOI, HOUOKlSa & CO. Journal,
OLIVER BERR1EN. Cotton Factors and Geucral Commission Murcbauts. I
.. .
.,. HOME
General Commlaalon Merchant "
And expects to devote his entire time to tnaklnglt) ,
No. II. "1'. MM. ... K. as a second to none In the South. Ttu
87 Bay Street, (over YWcos, Gibbs & Co.) PACK CROCERIES Jir: WI' are prepared, to rtfaks newspaper
: liberal patronage of past and better years,while l.

PULASKI. HOUSE, p ALES WINES & Cash Advances on Cotton 1860. to RircBucin hope by was prompt under his and charge continued, encourages support tin j.I
I W. H. Wiltbcrgcr, Proprietor, ;'. NEW k. rf ; LIQUORSAUCTIONEER pubic tat enable him to this purpose into "

i Johnson Square. .; ., *! f! > AM ., .. for shipment to SMALLWOOD,IIODGKISS CO. A LITERARY NEWSPAPER effect. e.r

I II -.- or J. L.: 8M ALL\\UO1) & CO., and will sell In Liverpool TO THE MERCHANTS OF Till SOUTH,
I -NEWYORC_ CITY. -AlD- ,New York or Bavann:Ui,as directed by owner. -. -
OE \ W. SCOTT & CO. And especially of his own State he lok with cool
.J II BlfALLWOOD IIODQKIB3 & CO.. General Forwarding and Commission Sept 23: 1808. 7PE'LLATITE rpERMS-W per Annum! four copies for 110; deuce for .generous support, then,ii
i l 'k\\ Faclora and Conunlaalon Merchants, BAYA EJACKSONVILLE PACE X eight copies for '->0, and an extra copy to the return, the bet news Commercial and PolitiI,

I"" ; :, No. 10 Beaver Street.. "EIlCII.T., getter up of the Club.A that hi. experience and capabilities can pruct0

: ,--.--- '4 SILVER WATCH for Subscribers. -

o. 'Miscellaneous. March 24, 1SG8. :S4-tf wuo c.t.' TELl4how : I.. tOO GOLD WATCH for 2 THE WEEKLY REPUBLICAN
t TTAV NO\Vn Bltili: AKD ARE CONSTANTLY KRc P\Is frlK EACH 'AURIGA uoM A $100 GOLD WATCH for 75 4 Subscribers.If Sub.erber, ,
/ ,)I II. n. .4'r. A. J. It t'lirl. !ttQ>ijl?$ .!iBuU,, NijW.Votkan' lUo :.ortht10 .<.iis4cTcilleutoB orinont( of Nature Colors the Peach ? Designed more especially for the plantlDR comminlty -
......' '" .... Mr i 1 BROTHERS, How Nature Colors tho Plum? you do not get enough to secure one of tbe premiums and other who have not the privilege.o.
; : we will alloW yon CO cents on each mall will be found to contain all the n.
yearly dally o
I ; &-PEELER; G-rooorl.cs: an.d. prOV:1s:1on.s: : FACTORS how Nature Colors the Green Grape subscriber at $3. Sample Copies free. ) the week condensed into a .mal cemp Sad h

AND And, Berries of various kinds ? We offer the HOME JOURNAL, worth $3; Our the close of the year we expect s lam
I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Consisting! In part of Coffee 8u ar, flutter Lard, Checso, Crackers, Rice. Hoailny! Meal, Flour, Pork SCBOOI Div VISITOR, worth $L25,and a large Steel Imperial sheet of eight pages, contain more rcsa.
I .* Hums HIU.OII ,tVc., together with r'armcrs and llouukec| wants,sach. 1'lo'.I'lowlln"-,Col General Commission Merchants.OflllrrOlorlh thin E celebrated Portugese Cbeinlut and Botanist, Plate Engraving of Gen. Grant and Family,worth tug matter than any other paper In ths oouio
I, Sg t TAIXAUASaiE, TLA. Ian lloit, Powderaud bhot! Nail. lI<'Ivc., Ovens, t(1ptder.Tlnware.! Also, Liquors by tbe case and barrel :' X Professor E "U4LOO hUll contributed cue of -.5.for't Address,
-0- which they propose (.clllu.t! Whulc.ale mid RetaIl\,and as cheap if not cheaper than any other establish Atlantic "'Jtnrf, the most useful and.valuable discoveries the age TERMS
t meut In Ibo < Uy for the benefit of mankind and known aa JOHN SLATER ... ... ..I
) PROMPT .... .IO
Supreme and Circuit Court.of tbe State, ( Baltimore, Md. ......... .. .
Publlbcr .. ....
\ and Northern In the District U. S.: Circuit of Elorida.tT and District. Court for the tn"I TIIKM .\ (','I.., AT Tllll 'OUII: : 'A1)JOI.:>I.:\ .! .Till': :tI &.KE"'. K.Sept Q. riXCKKKT, Sm B. U PINCKNEV. Prof, ESMERJIIOO'S' PRUTITE, Deelubr.!** ._Veet1yyarymr.,.. .for a less time...,.(.per....month),.... .... .. .10 I

Office on first floor State Bank I -- ---- -- I N. B. Payment in fdocuut for either edition. wiu
J I Dee. 13.: '88. 10 JskionyuZlo Florida, February 11, 1SU&: :2!* This PcllatUe Is the Concrete Juice of the Fruit of Great Distribution be requirel; without exception. AU letters,bOll

I .-- JAMES :OAIDWELL. & SONS, the Antbcmla Pxrethnin a BnullUn Shrub that BT TUB be addressed aa below.

.: j I Ii.U"EL ... DOU.\Io'; P. B. BROKAW'S i TEXAS RANCH FOR SALE LONG -AND SHORT' fruIt grows and along Us the Juice tanks possesses. of the the Amazon peculiar river.properties This. Republican ,. I,SKIIDt Sa'&D.G.

: of imparting.Us Color to the Human r only and [ Company. TalbBawee, r .
J Allorstry atWILL I.u'w. COTTON FACTORS Metropoltan Gft fS J. J. TOICM, Agent, F
j I e PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT AND 61'- LIVERY AND SALE I -HT'oi Cash, Color gives It an Elegant: Son! Glossy, Brown or Black rldiaa I Buujl. ( )ee16M.
l ( Court of the State, and In the Federal i ACCOMMODATION WIIAItF.Charleftoas will promoting Its rapid and luxuriant growtb.It .- ..GI'.o amount od''J3OOOO0 -
Court. < \ 1 not stain the akin or clothing. AIUOBJ..
Office in the Marine ;
Bank Bnlldlo feoMlh Carolina.
I Tuuu....,!iDY. '68 i. 8E.M. rST .VllLTis.TALIAH k- dies and Gentlemen whose Hair: la turning or already BRITISH
1 i -. -- --- !fxcMjre e for Fla, il1lproliHands 1 1I ADV AliCU wish made Information on consignments.to Cut D.Refer L McKay.1rtaWoolcf those. become Urey, this Pellutlto stands as the EVERY TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE. PERIODICALS

V-SKE: FLORIDA People'. National Bank, Charlestou, -0-- -S-
i WEST AI.MU- I _...._ U.ii, (ISeiSd4iaROSADALIS VICTORIAOf I Cash Gifts, Each $10,000
** The London QuarterlY BedeW
--- -- "
flRRHOt-, M (,.IKN' : WAGONS: AND lIAR -- all Grey Hair Restorers 1 0 etIew,
& Accountant O NESS Oi aak (Noy.7.11IIi5. 17
j! Copyist I i Kiud i. or In excbanite Florida. for Unproved Land near a Roll It Differs from all others as follows : 20 4":: : : : : ". 6 The lV .... r HeYlevr,aodlllackwood'o

Tallahassee I.. kIT. I This. Ranch U In Cuuial The Joyful Side. 'The 3 10 The i'Vorth ur.1 Be.ew. ...
H Teias
Florida. .. JODII..... "S"//.. the celebrated Ranch of ,b..IIlle cennty( uo. W.adjoining kendal THE CHaHA-O I| Melancholy Side 5 2 Eab.r ,8..1.
.Auc.186: U The Pettattto t Wet 'I
H. L. RITCH & CO. It c usit of O.UJU atre,WO uf wbkh are under 0
-- .- -- i fence, and extend" along Ihe Guadeloupe river for Blood Purifier Ii Clean and Harmless as'Are' all made of Elegant Rosewood Pianos. Each $300 to $5UOons -5.---
!I nine mile It contain hoiuc, lI..rul.and other Water Itiona of Sulphur prepara- Mi. Me1"1 75 to 15 i LEADING I QCABterlle -
Lead 01' THE
,: i E. E TAPSCOTT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I I Iml'rovcm..nt'.lInd He and 400 bead of Mocked brood mare with 400 head. of goodI CURES It Imparts Ite Color at'ILl me, Chemical A MineI 15 2 Sewing MusIcal Mablae.., .. t t 6 to to 800( lIE REPRINTS* and Blackwood are BOW Isdlhpefl'11:'

I SI BEATER ST (mar Will) ODCe. I rsls. They ibrystaliae on i Fine Gold VYatthea, 2 to all who desire 10 keep themselves fU110101o.Ith
ATTORNEY AT LAW : The County Suit of Coiual It New Braunfvl, Mcrfilai in Ii. VnrUia. .'.r_, the hair and make.lt stIff 3 to
:>1OIUi.: 1>hk b contain a population of about 8,300.! Th It I. free front Mlueralaotl.nt1 bars!,. They Stain: 75 Flue 8ilverJVaU.be*, 3010 1 regard to best the scholars great .0bJel. Ihl.k'
) T.LUUUSEEI"WR1DA. kind. produce cottoa corn.all thei-crraacd! every kLCH: a* Cheml..w. the Skin and Clothing Fine Oil Fainting, Framed EngravIngi.VJilver vle.e4 6) t. contributors lono.1 o
Way Ornra la Court House -0--- variety of fruit,soil I Ia i ell watered. There are very i c.......... ,a .ea_rll.r $tages. E..e- It Softens anj Glosses the.1'hel&re filthy-execrable- Ware, Photograph Albumsand a Uirge assortment In Great Britn The who stand al the .IJr
i Aug 11, 'Cl! M JOHN )-XILU1; & Ct)., ,1 low freedmen In the county,and labor U aboad!. I aucnt* IMreratlaaof lb.Be. ........*,Jvlai*. Hair. WHAT TBBT no. of Fine Gold In aU valned at these Rview. men Science.RehiKlOU'Ar.and
; --- ThIS. oiler atfurd a food opportunity for person ..., ..,....,.* lt rn., hroule It I la Healing to the Scab They are carried to the A chance.Ie..el 1 of the above fO\O. lIst or Uh writers on whatever Is .onby.f di
-- and
'-' p. ,
1Tonclto ..tIS.M.r :!I.d I 'I ..... It do in the
'b. remove. Dandruff and euaston
WM. S. Sfl, '6iR.B.POST. 41-1y stock raising. .. ,Cr..I..; bor uses. pain la lbs head scribing are sealed in Envelope and \udl.ttnton p.I os" '
: HOQTJE, ---- .- ,I Fur further Information apply to the Sealor Edt. 11:, .. .."" ...co. Scurf. Dizziness Bllndnces.lIon= thoroughly !rb receipt of 25 cent, a Sealed and Blk.o variety 11Ut
ATTORNEY I tor of the .'Loawl.'Uithe.! .. ALSO, It Combines aHalrOrcu- ening of'tbe'STainrUmv Ticket v.ill tud choice and delivered srlber ca 6 be allaacTE
AT LAW A.-M---H..pJlll. i' Aug. u. '\Jj!. A4ttKEROSINE ing. Cy and Death. at our office, or lent bymil to any addreu. The JOB 18Ba w

TALLAHASSEE. FLA I SYPHILIS It Combine a Color Ro- BOW THIT Age PIT rp.torer. prize named upon it b delivered to the ticket For one ..... .54
-0- POST & HOBBY I3ST ALL ITS FOIMS They are put up la colored oa payment of doll. Prize will b For a any two ofh. RY..,...... ..10.'

WILL give prompt attention to aut' btulnt* OIL It Predispose. the Itair to Glass bibles &111.... wIth the Im..dlel.sent to any requested, For any tree ofhe .RevIews---------------. ., ,...,. ,1.1 I
I with bl. l'rof""lon. CurL closely Pasted a- ulre For the )

fI.. t.*Court Omclatbe at the Boom Capitol.of lb. Clerk uf the Supreme General Commission Merchants, .: -.UD- DISEASES OF WOMEN, It.U Indispensable, and round thCo. order from to Cork to for 01. ,1 know prize.b m may be exchanged Prize U before for another you pay of For For all Blackwood' Kaan.Rde.........,........,...,. .40)TO W))

''I I July 19.'of. bolyBOLLINO NEW ORLEANS: LA. LA'J.P s. Lea c/Appttit*, tiidt Hetvlaelu, littr Cbmplai, It II onlversally delred.Bu TBI DIMOU "'UDI the same value. No Blk For Blkwo and any two ot ft" evie55. ..'...10 13 0))

( J No. ",. 17. 'oi. --:SO-- -0- 1'aut( tn tAt little: Impnuknct in/.(/',Urtml, I WHICH WILL VOU HAE ? t (ptrou..select the few OB fair following dealing.name For For Blck.o Blk.o and and three the four of the Review'-------l Keviewa, lft,

BAKER 4 Sl'PERIOR LOT OF KEROSINE OIL AND GENERAL: DAD HEALTH, WHICH WILL 'Ot'SE ? from the many who have lately draw. valuable Blk.o
I,r J.\ LAMPS with the mot Improved Patent Burner prize and kindly permitted 1 to publish them : CLCM-
VIRGINIA I J I HOUSE for itfviy couvenience and beauty. Just recilted and all diseases of the Compare them. Test them, and DeciJe. 8. T. Wilkins" ,Budolo. N. .tlOUOi( Mix Annie. A dIsoonut wIll be .-esi"-'.'
ATTORNEY AT LAW, mil fyr sole at,the. Drag DtereorOctober Honr valued at i Rob!. o w"p"Thus.foar
BLOOD. LIVER KIDNEYS Chio 1.1o. I ot four
j TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.MT KERNANDINA, FLORIDA. I If --: M-U>'ELT.Western BLADDER. Away with filthy, cnc..roUI Compound aad use Ild Watch,. ; Philip C h or 01 .Pn will b"nl' .
5, 1861 f/ K .. a Ferfecl Ki.Tatr, the clew a4 ".FehisaitelAt McCarthy Louisville, ., ll.moDd floater Ring Blkwo 0.

.. Orrici In If arine Bank Building.Nor. ---0 _. one bound 1..ep'lh.. field,and the old fogy ; A. 1'ate/a.. Max..Silver a( h.tbo.pOSTAGE.
U: '07. Lands & i R08ADAL13 crucible of>> dropped by the Public like T Set 1175; ilie
13-tf Securities. Mi.
ff eradicaUa every kind ofkamor lAe. !. Wat.orh WI.ukl" the
.. U Piano. should pre-pay by 'VSrt'of thi
Red | Kef. W.
a T.
--- --- --- I.AHuE HOC8E ..,. and bd taint and retorc the entire o Ion i 1c CIed, SIhcl
pills CONTAINS .r IN wldltloa to (ioverninent. State aad Railroad aytteia to a Go 10 Druggist Slid. Oho The ff*** I.
J. 60 Ruc>u.. with SM feet ufPbzu, Bond aud! Stoik healthy condition. ul him to furBlab leoea a 5untbeTk.1
we bay and sell i Xw *'tall
with the PelUtUe. United Slate f.
JESSE T. BERNARD A private BULIAKU KM\l ba U. : 1-71'r i* PaanoTLT ,HiaMLaae DIn rrodaCUK you D.. to rive it a publish BO let without permUsloa.
u m 1.410141 UUnuu trial and doa'l wait Orisioxa .. appliea CIC'blltoa
until .
WueunMVinMtuta or ma rate only
Sited up for the liuena of the llou*.,when I limtovnmru the iligh c l Injury. your U destroyed or They are doing the t
ATTORNEY AT LAW Ladies may L.k. exercise In tbla beautiful : / A'tjJUiw urul ,.tbNokol.Thc \-f U.U not a Secret Quack. Remedy. The article you are the Inmate of a Lncaue Asylum Go at their largest business; the firm U reliable and deserve b number the postage

game. ; highest tries paid for LAND WARRANTS *of which it U made.. published arouad each .We success.-have Wxklf Qnbiou. Fd I lid. FMJUCM3 TO NEW tlJ
f AKD 1NE WINES, Ligi'OKS ASD CIGARS always I' and title. to Land Sold for Tair We also! pur. !bottle. once.What the People to be a tar dealing examined Am.their" .V.T. know tem New Bnbeertberi to ."0
Say : llaoU. & 'I'
hand chase, at beat g"
on rates,all discredited ,
Solicitor in Chancery i WeMera County, ___ ,.. .._ ., .Lat week a friend of oar drew $500 Prize, or 1S69 wlU be tW rY
It U IbeluUntlon utile Proprietor thatft be Houa City aud Tuwa Bond, S. P.e.JS. ..4 ..... "Ii doe not slain tbe but a c Subab"
TALLAHASSEE, KLA.Orrul ball wtmiin Sri aercTiTiwiv: a* Lbs leading hotI'*! t'orrnpondence aolldtcd, and any InformatloD re ..._. .,._ a..41W' c."...... Immediately." 1"1. color the Hair 3,1m.which w.promptly received."-Italy A***, Monk .to five the J.ev4e Periodical for la* "ay ,
., Sun of the!>till.. quired faraUhedvltbout charge. AddreuCORB1X .Profewor-Uy ot the j'
r i BOil. W.sore from other Dye*. Brad for circular gratla-Blackwood Ol any <.
JJj23Id7.:: Attentive\ ferter always at the Boats aud Trulu I IJOUS Al'tlnS A CO., Tour Pellaiite giving ml more reference .
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