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Title: The Weekly Floridian
Alternate title: Semi=weekly Floridian
Floridian
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Dyke & Sparhawk
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1869
Publication Date: 1867-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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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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DYKE. SPARE AWK. & CO. TALLAIIASEE, FLA.! FEBRUARY 9, 1869. NEW SERIES. VOL. 4NO. 27. I

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I )11'. Smith moved ll-amend ;appropriating tii,000: 00 to r Assembly-- ---bill!!-No.--04 was-!- rcsunyd on its second reading. full and equal enfranchisement of all the citizens of the Northern
!
? SENATE disfranchisemcnls from all the citltene'of
removal of
<1 ttbl l PROCEEDINGS TIlE amended by States, and the
loribhtt the 2d ll"clion"M "
i r ; !! reimburse the Governor for the arms purchased last summer On motion of Mr.[ Purman, the States. .

Mr. Smith offered A snb titnte for hinarnendmeiit as follows : changing the appropriation: r.\r. )printing from 112,000 to (20,000. SQ\th.r and of its the
tho
w Which rend question
Mr. McCnskill( the bill was so Amended as to was upon passage
stricken On motion of
word be out
-- _0--- That in section 1, line 0, the following :
and called for and tho voto was I
9, I"... and the in- allow the recording! clerks of 1f1thII..11}, fit i dijs' oxtra pay yeas nay were ,
"'"ud T, brnnry ( Salaries: of militnry dopirtment $3000: ; following unfinished 1 business. Yeas! -Mr. President, Messrs.[ Brail well, Crane, Cruse, Kato
.. the
.
to bring
= MONDAY Fcbruaiv i I !U. lotted : up its third tho rulo waited cnberg, Kendrick, Meacham, Moragne, McCaskill, Pearce, Pur-
That tho sum of twrnty live thousatd/ l dollars l 10 o and is hereby The bill. was then passed to rending, Walls and Wentworth-15.
Smithson
OcncralV two-thirds! vote and put upon its passage: upon which tho man, Vaughan, ,
for tow of the by a
appropriated use Adjutant Del'Art.mC'nt Messrs. Atkins Crawford Ginn and
,
The Senile: met at tho usual hour. Nays- liyer-4.
for and disciplining. tho militia. vote was :
The President tern in the eliair. organising: Cijnipping Bradwell Crane Criiso Hillycr So tho reloltiolWI! adopted.
: Messrs. ,
pro and called for the adoption of the substitute Yens-Mr.[ President, : ,
They ens 11ere: OI
On motion of Mr.[ Walls, it was
Prayer by the Chaplain. Hunt, Kalr.enberp, ]\:''lhlri Meacham; Pcnrce, Purnian,
and the vote WHS : 1 That our Senators and Representative in Congressbo
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AUkl.. TK.Ti qnortim present. Yeas-Jr[ President, Mows. Ilradicll, Crane, Cruse, llill- ,, Smith, Wnlls and I ('Ilh"tWlh-lt. e8ol/t hereby and to use their in*
,
The read and corrected. Mel'a.kill( ( aro instrlctCtI requested
journal was Messrs. Atkins Crawford Jinn; Mtragnc!:: ,
and "
Walls
Hunt \: Jc.ifham[ Ptdrce Smith Xajs! ,
knthorUed Agouti,for con. per, Kattonberg, fluonop and best to have tho disabilities. of the followingnamed
>foli.wll,>r*onr duly Assembly bill X o. 65, was rend the f firot time, tutu ai\cd, \\"entworth-IZ. !Smithson; Underwood and "'t.t.J..IIIi.o energy
_, for tdrarttttnf and tubtcrtptlon,and receltliI rethe second and third times its persons rClo'el, lo-wit : Henry Bradford, S. F Hall-
di.i | In.II1\11\ upon passage, upon Kell.lrkt''I1'[ tho bill, passed.Senate !. f
inn
I rtcelptlnl for money for i&IM!; Nays-Messrs.[ Atkins, Crawford, f and W. W. Scott
amendmentsconcurred day
at which the Iho
vote taken Assembly
was
!bill X 24 was up
(I.
w..aro..a. Co"88 Common.t., ew Orletnit kill, Smithson.and Weeks! -7. t( motion of ;Mr.[ MeCaskill it
On was
I c Yeas-Mr. PresideDt, lfessrs.[ Atkins, hradwell CrRn', eraw. in and the bill ordered to be enrolled.Mr. .
",B>q.,ItonilccUo,Fit. !So the substitute < bo
o w n adopted.The
Tioin t'.uaat.DuwJaceaonrllleVia.Si> ford Cruse, (;inn, hill)'er, ](ant. Kateenherg, Kenlrick, Mendam was I''l.h'e.. from the Assembly : : ( Walls introduced n bill to )prescribe the allowance of food\ R6 (,/vrf( That our Representative in Congress from requestedto NeiU '
following disabilities removed
o =-=-.=::-= __ _. __ == Mornj.l1e. McCaskill, l'eArl'e, l'lIrmnn', Smith Smithson, message t for prisoner confined in county<< jails: (N'o. 70 t ;) use their inllucnco to kayo tho

Babacriben will ob.err, the Cron (M) Mnk I on Vaughan '% ails, Weeks and Wentw'a' -:: ASUMBLT HAIL, )l= Which}' wa. read: the first lime, rulo waived, read the second McMillan, John JfcClellan, I). W. Gholson, Michael Baggett

1 ,nei"ff; papst which l represent that their term of talitrr Nays-None. Tallahassee, H.x, Fcb'y 1st, I8fl0. J JHsu. r and third times, and put upon its! passage, upon\ which the vote and John Chain of Santa: Uosa county.
,and themiclTci tccordlngly bill On motion of Mr.[ Pearce, it was
So the
govern \:
Hoi kn expired passed. Jour N. KRIVMINOKR, was : of the
A H", irk alter the name nlgnlAc that that U tho' 1.pp.r 1111 Assembly bill No. 54, was read tl.u. tint I time, rule waived, President, of the Senate : Yeas-Mr. President. Messrs. .ltkins'rant'Crawford, Cruse, A'MoftwiThat our Representatives in the Congress effort .:

.-.- .=-= rend the second and third times mid put upon Us pa'unijo) upon Sin-I am directed: by Assembly to inform the Senate that IIillyerHmitKatrenbcrgKeiulrickMcncham[ l [ Moragne" ,.Pesrce, to United time State disabilities of America removed be requested from Lewis to use Dishong their ,bst. was a .
which its vote was : l rokolution relative to the'! estal Smithson, Underwood, VaughanVnils! andVeeks17. get "
,., ... the Assembly hn9. passed joint lime Union
all time
1't\CY: n. Union soldier a man.
I'I..U .a\I. 1 nil Crawford MI"Cnskill-2. 1C'cl
President MCR.SIS.: 15ra Crime and alllJ
Mr.
Yeas- Atliim < \\ lining. certsm mail routes.! Nays, -Messrs. Jinn Mr. time Select Committee' appointed on
-oIfaarerreparedtoduall-- Cruse, fiinn llillver Rant, Katxfiiberir!!, Kendrick, Mcuchaw : Very rcsiiectfully, !So tho bill, )passed. ,

KINDS Or RCL1.NI : I Mornjrne: McCaskill[ Pcarcc Purnian, Smith:: Smithson, Un- WM. KDRSYT1I;; BVXUM, Tho following message! was received from tho Assembly : Satin day, mado the following f; Committee report : to whom was referred
Tho undersigned Special
,
I l tk>t nay t>* required, from the tmallett bole)l'.por dorwood 1, Vaughan, Walli, Weeks mid, "'cntworth.-23. Clerk\ of the Assembly.Which AIIHK\lIII.\'lhu )l Sonato Joint Resolution No. 10, in relation to lion. T. W O-

I (it the largeil IIUDS FRIIOUT printed LIS and?. ruled ta .ny eljle reo I So Nays tho-bill None.passed. MHS rend, and the accompanying I'CIIOllltiolI'areti! Tallaliassco, Flu., Feb 1, 1 AH( ). f born, beg leave to report that they have been unable to find

JILL the orders of tho day. lion. Joill N. KKIMtllKtlKR, suflicieiit to support tho conclusions by said
nrrvetlnt
faired, or ruled without printing. TLr following message was r't. \ NI into Ksecntive lIion. President of the :Senati.SIR : resolution recommend its inJe .
l-ocl la (oar orders for ruling 10 the Fi.oaron.Ornci .:' On motion tho Senate went ; p( ( lito
Assp'wur.Y HALL, I Tho following Executive nomination) were confirmed : inform thuSenate that S. KATZKNBKUO, Chm'n. 0 .
I directed! 1 by the Assembly! to
.- l'/ll1allns/ el'. Fin.] Jan. 80, 1809. f fHcni. John K. '\'. UrN'on to be assoosir of tares f"rIIIChUA' : am hss concurrent resolution relative to appointing A. L. McCASKILL: ,
r. Assembly ndojptcd)
J.
.tons N. KmuuiViEn count jo'int to at the next session of tho T. WALL
: committeo retort
'
,
ADVERTISING RATESor J. J 1). :Stanbcn\\ to ho collector of fl'VCnt1t t for !St. Johns'county ( a such amendments, to |tho Constitution.. as msy bo mv R. .
;
President of the :Senate; Li-gislaliiro
: : in place, : of John (). Long resigned.Win. ', ', Messrs. McKiunon of Walton, Harman ofAlaehna'sVniki'r Which\ was read, and! on motion of Mr. Purman adopted and

SIB-I am directed by the Assembly to inform the Soimte that :S" Allen! to he clerk of court for Monroe county, in of Leon, and Kaney of Franklin, such committee the resolution laid on the table.

WEEKLY FLORIDIAN the Assembly has passed place of.It.I A. (.'rano elected. State Senn'or.I on of thu Assembly, On motion of Mr. Weeks! it was
THE Senate bill! No. 18 to be entitled an act tiling the time for B.I; J. Bottden to be collector of revenue for Hcrnando. county part Very reMiieclfiilly", Jittmlcrd, That: our in Congress are earnestly

'i'TALtAHASSEE FLOK1DA.Ml bolding the Circuit Courts of this State ; in \place of M. M. Edwards elected l ncnibcr of Assembly.. W>(. FOUSYTH BYNUM, to ono their HC'lrellelltativel time disabilities of Roland

Also passed Assembly bill No. 14, to bo entitled an act to pro- Rob II. Parker to bo assessor of tikes for llernnndo I[ county Clerk of the Assembly Thomas requested T. Deklo, A. J. Prevail mid Henry F. York, of

hibit members of the Legislature from holding any other oflice. in place of B. J. Bowden appointed iollector of revenue.1Vin. t FK, removed.

1 jI\ l.I- i-I I I I-* III I-{. Very respectfully, !S. Thayer to bo clerk of court for Volusin county, in Which was rend and thu accompanying, ) resolution placed ]rn.urII"Olltr.10tion Mr. Week, it wan

.. M w. :r :N. :O : WM. FOttSYTII BYNUM l. place( of M. II Daniels removed. among the orders of time day.Mr. male tho Je ili'fil, That our Representatives' in Congress are earnestly
I Clerk of tho Assembly. ,'. Bernard} be jndjo for I.con in Atkins, from the Committee on Enrolled: .1lills\ ,
T looloo 179IK1 i.Ml S Ml ro'e *jr.i! toI Jesse to county county requested to nso thoir earnest efforts to have tho disabilities of

1 300 I.U I 7.10 00 I I.Oft 79 U.ot T,M lY 14 "I 14 It n 2a .I". Which was rend and the Senate bill ordered l to be enrolled place of Micrman Conant removed.! following report : A. J.1'Vright, of C.1111il county, Fla., removed.
00 14 00 la 24 19 10 Council! A. Br\an to bo Clerk of Court for Leon County, in Tnllahnssoo, Fob. I, 1889. Into Executive session.
I 4ot: too rIJt: : : :: bill tho orders of the day.Also SKNATKCiuwnrn: On motion, the !Senate went
: 0 n. ISO : 14.00: !1 29f /7 and the Assembly placed' among of Lo Hoy t h. (Ball, rcmon..!. confirmed
plnco nominations
Executive: were !
I,00 10.00 13.1016.10' Iff 00 Is 94tl 14 U eIS \ the To SUNAIK: : Tim following
following : TUB
it'.11.0024.0030.0010,00!! : 4' It 171 14 On motion, tho doors were opened.On :!. of for Sumter c 5unty.J. .
be collector revenue
HALL ) examinedtho j. C Loo to
A-WKUHLY l
/ 2.1 that have
'. e7.ooM.00 I'J 1177 IT7 half Committee ask leave to report they
Your
1,11.11.00a/m tho Senate at
M 14 tO 3t.004| .00 '''.00 71.On n 110 I I17S UO III TallahaMoe, Fla., Jan 00, 18fl9. J Jfon. r motion of Mr.. Ji.FOUR Katicnbcrg(. adjourned\ 'following bills submitted to them, and find them correctly J. TlmmoiiH to by clerk, of court for Taylor county. I I
past nnn> o'ducI' J II.I Sutton to bu collector of revenue for Taylor county

i square U ten minion(lace or lci.. [ JOB.V Kitiuuixci.il\: : :, enrolled, via: to f !Singer, Ion S. Wilson Thos. S. Ellis and 8. Somcri Wbe
entitled art providefor
A'..ertl.emeDIIIIDlCIOmpaol.4! bj the CASH will not President of tho :Senate: : Senate bill X o. 48, to amend an act CII- of pilotage for tho of Jacksonville.Ramon .
in criminal eases.Smmtu 'IIIII.IIII\lerl port
the 01'l'rillll'M and proceeding 1
'cabs tlUntioa. the number of I directed ly Assembly to inform the Senate that punishment debt of the State.Senate ornnu.Iz H. M. Snow, Adolpuii N Pacctty, Daa'lAllen
If )k> money encloicd dnci not rarer SIB- am bill, No. 42, to fund tho outstanding }
| uiorlioni ordered, It will bi lo.erlodeI.\ nniiber of the Assembly has passed Senate:: bill No. 37 to bo entitled suet O'CLOCK, I' M. bill No. flu, to constitute the Commissioner of Immigration mid WI. to bo) commissioners of pilotage for the

Mum.OTH. to make Internal Improvement and for other purpose ; member of tho Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement port of St. Augustine
or two toplot only of the paper win b.ant to ad- Also joint resolution No. 10, relative to Stationery. Tho Senate met at the usual hour. a I Fund of Floridn. Jno. II. Mooney, Chns. Knabb and Jason Ryon to bo unliHNiolerK \*

nrtlarra, ulna tu especial agreement& to tht contrtry. It'crtlMmraU Very respectfully, Tho President pro tern iu the Chair Senate bill No. 32, for tho pay\ of State Attorney! and CountyJudges. : of pilotage for tho 'port of Fernandina.

sale. not marked with Uit number of limn \\ M, FOUSYTH 1JYNUM, A quorum j t'esent. F. O. I lurlhre'I, A. Mill, John Puns, A. U. Munn and

will Interted until brbld,IUd charged accordingly.! Clerk of the Assembly. Tho following, communication was received from the Treasurerof Senate:! bill No. 1 18, fixing/ the time for holding the CircuitCourts 'ho llrrol 10 uommissioners of pilotage for the port ef

All contract idiertliert whose amount of span udI bill ordered to bo enrollednd tho State : of thin HI""' ''. .
I I l.ilh' of Umt art died by abort rates, will bt required Which was read and tho Senate of the OrncB or TRICAHVRKR, )l submitted Saran 1 Filer, let Aorsll.lo. P. S. Cosgrovo, Clias. Tilt and

to conlnt their advertising itrlcllj tholr own bulnoti, the Assembly resolution placed among tho orders Tallahassee, }.'Ia., Feb. 1, 1800. (r rlIon. Konpectfully J, A. J\TI\lNS, Chairman. tie,,. W. Cary to bu commissioners of pilotage for tho port of


I 'sinsOtbirwl.e.tlpulated0- .Jay.}fr. Atkins from the Committee on Enrolled; Bills, made the J. N. KuivvixGKtt\: President, of tho Sonato: Which was' read, mind, tho President pro torn, announced the Key 01 West.motion, thoconfirmation of Counci A. Bryan, as Clerk of t

flowing report: of the bills therein named. Loon was '
signing Court for County,
.
:rf'rDioi of Sabt>crlplt M i I hava tho honor to acknowledge,: tho receipt of a concur from tho Assembly,
SIB : received
SBXATB CiuMiren, Tallahassee, Feb.: I, 1800. : Tho following message was On( Motion Iho doors were opened.'
[ vet Annum i I I I : 'S 01) rent resolution of tho Legislature, as follows:; HAM. )l Tho following message was received from limo Assembly :
I 1 00 'a AsKKuiiLr ,
81. booths I : 1 T SBXATB :
Tb.Youths, i : : I : 100 TUB that have examined uJit'ulenlty' the Senate, the .("emlly concurrino, That the Tallahassee, Fla., Feb 1, IflOO. f ASHKMBLT HALL,
they
ask (leave to report
and
committee the Senate
Your bo to inform
this State
: requested
of
:
Treasurer
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: .
al'al.Copy
tJ10 following bills submitted to them, and find them correctly Assembly, on Thursday, the 28th day of January, 1800, the Hon. JOHN N. KKIVUIMIKK, Tallahassee, Fla., Fcb'y let, 1800.
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u enrolled, yin\ : amount of U. S. Currency belonging to this Stato and on deposit, President. of tho Senate : Hon. Jon N. KKIMUINUKR\: ,
: ew York C.rre.ponUcBcc.BBLLBVCB for tho organization of a IJu- inform the Senate that President of the Senate t
II I Senate bill No. 82, to provide in his otTico or under his control at that time. SIR : I am directed by tho Assembly to

: : ; nan of Immigration ; I have to beg: the indulgence of the Legislature for tho delay the Assembly has refunud to concur in Senile: amendments to the Sin-I nm (directed by the Assembly' to inform the Senate that
: 1I0I'1'EDIC\L COLI.RUB, l Scnato bill No. Oi to enable Sila C. Barker to receive his its I received the bill that a Committee of Confwrenco Joint Resolution onr Sen
an.llt'lpttctfuIlYl\
Jfete Yvrkj January 18 A, lsC9.! J JfTorUian Sllar which has occurred in my reply to inquiry. appropriation tho .Assembly has passed requesting .
a;Jary; resolution on Saturday, the 30th ult., shortly before the adjournment be tors and Representative in Congress to obtain limo rcmova of
:-Why I Is It tbat you reach Senate bitt"Ko. 43, to empower Judges of County Court to of your \honorable Ixxly, and could not therefore make an appointed.Very respectfully, the disabilities of certain persons' therein named ; .

'u so tcUlorn t Now that I am almost frozen rant orders for sale or division of real estate ; earlier reply. I havo tho honor to Inform the Legislature: that WM. FOUSYTH BYNUM, Joint Resolution No. 20, recommending universal

.pin tab\ great cold city,I derive Increased pleaiin .. Senate bill No.'37, an act to enable counties to make Internal of United States currency belonging to the State and on IIt'I|> >Hit Clerk of the Assembly. amnesty Icnltl and universal suffrage.

from your pages for they always bring rccllcctlooa and for other purpose.All control there remains. time of
niproveracnts in tho Treasury, or under my sum read and tho of thu Assuinbly concurred Very respectfully,
Which request
was ,
South the land wbero the submitted,
of the sunny of which is respectfully and WM.
dollars ten cents
J. A. ATKINS, Chairman. two in, and tho Chair appointed I McHnrs. l'urm ami, Smith an.ll'.rl4on 1"Ot\fl DYNUJ .
route spirit never comCLe' I have oho honor to bo, tho of the Senate as such committee.
York It, as ever, lull and overflowing. Which read Very respectfully' your ob't serv't Iar' until half-
was the Senate resolution
On of Mr. Wentworth, adjourned Which warn read, and the Assembly placed among
Neither beat, nor cold, nor murder uor Congrcsa I The President pro tern announced the signing of the enrolled S. B. COXOVEIt, State Treasurer.
o'clock. of the
seven the orders dny.
past .
teen to hare any effect on Its population. Rain /tils therein named. from his excellency .
j' Which was read and ordered spread on the journal. Tho following communication 'WA received
'y. Mae, day or night, ten of thousands nay The following message wa"reocied from tho Assembly The following message was received from his Kicullency; the the Governor :

Latently be seen surging up and down Broad- AsSHlfUI.T Hilt, ITallahasee Governor : KiBcCTim Ortc.

war ItI\ strange to say that nearly all the Fla.,' Jim. :30, 1900. J f EXKCUTIVK: Orvicic, | Tallnlll.lee, }o'la. Fcb'y tt 1809.

mm health wo or leo dissipation.\have tho uumlutakahle We ace diled-up marks of face 111- lien. JOIIS N. KRlMMIUGKlf, Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 1, 1 ifflO. f IIALF-PAST SEVEN O'CJOCIII. M. lon, Jon! X. KRIMMIMOEB, tho Senate
President
:
President of tho Senate : lion[ J. N. Kmuvtiir.Mt\: ,
illow-ipotted lace, deathly pale face and all I 'the Assembly to inform the Senate that President of the Senate : The Senate met pursuant to "ljolrlll'llt.Tho Sm-I have thin day signed and placed in tho office of theSecretary
kind of face,, laTe good looking one One who SIB-I am directed by described
I President tern in the chair. of Stato the following :
filed in the office of the Secretary of pro acs
ililo to trace effect back to cause la not at a tho Assembly has passed Sin : I have al'pro'elan.1 ordered 1888 entitled .
of State On motion, a call of the Senate was An act to amell.Ial. act approved July .
entitled act for the entitled acts and joint resolution, vU :
be the
Senate bill! N o. 82 to pay Stato following
tot these Inland and Improvement
1& account miserably looking par for the organisation of a Bureau of Immi The following Senator were present : act to organise the Southern Navigation
Thd of man' U written on Attorneys and County Judges ; An act to provide JirnJwell C'ramfurdCruse,
.He manner a living bill No. U, to be entitled Mr. President, Messrs. Atkins, Companv.An .
II"' ( that of his thought Also indefinitely postponed Senate gration. Kendrick Ptarce, Smith, the) of State Attorney and Judge..
ace, playground July 28, 1868, entitled an act An act to enable cmmties to make Internal Improvements, and Ginn, Hitlyer, MIAchaDlcClki 'act for imy County
approved
:Now, a* In all times put, one pausing down m to organize act to amend the Southern an act Inland Navigation and Improvement for other purposes.An fmithln. Unlorwod. Vaughan, \VnlMVnh and Went- An act fixing tlio unto for holding the Circuit Court of the'Slate.

UruaJway U more likely to be attracted by tho Judges of the counties as ex-ofliclo Judge .
:ullk'i! uf fashion than anything ola In NewS L'ompany. act to empower orders to sell or divide real cutsto. The following wore absent : An act to fund the out.tandinl debt of the State
respectfully, of Probate to grant
Tk it la hard to tell whether the ladies are the Very 'WJoI. FOKSYTII BVXUM, An act to amend an act entitled an act to provide for the publication ) Messrs. Crane, Hunt, lo.omL"rJ Mnragnit[ and I'urmsu-d. An ant to 1011itato CmnliJioue of Immigration a
Fund of
aJcrn' or the led lu the various ausarditle Clerk: of the Assembly. of official and legal advertisement The Scrgeant-at-Arma Wi for abm-uter* member of the Board of IIlerllal Improvement }'lorid

uicb have marked the history of costume. Any An act to establish a uniform system of Common Schools anda On motion, the call was niHjieinle l.Mr An act to ninend an act entitled an act to provide for punishment

'Ie1fully on the one aide Ia I quickly surpassed by Which was read and Senate bill Xo, 32 ordered to bo en University.Joint Smithson moved to gi lltl Executivn: acsalun. of crime au.llrrec.lillgJ! in criminal cae..
Mr. Katicuburg moved to lay the tuotioa on the table ; An Act to I an act concerning forcible
tat ready ingenuity of the other. The moat rolled. resolution accepting a Grant of Public Land from the amel' .

iiideous fashion Iu which the belle of this or any Also the following: U. S. Government. Which wan agreed to. entry and detainer. Very respectfully,
re.ce.ived from the Assembly : HARRISOX I f REED Gov'r.Which .
,
HILL
ther city hart ever rejoiced,I Ii that of the Ore- ASSEMBLY } Very respectfully, &0., The following message was

"urn Bend" now all the rage on Broadway and Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 1 1,18s9. J 1IAHHISON REED Governor, AMHURI.V HuL I l was read.
before
"''' Avenue. The formula" for it U about as lira. Joins N. KmmracGKB, Which was rent.The T.I"ill"MI't. 11., .) 1, bUO. }( On motion, the Senile look a recess. until' 80 tDinut.

fi'uows' President of the Senate : following message was received from tho Assembly : Hon. Join M. IIYlt.OJn 1 midnight.

A baud Is a tened very lightly around thu SIR-I am directed by the Assembly to inform the Senate that AMKMBLT HALL, )1 the SO'lltl: -

asjR; another la fixedsome> where around the the Assembly would respectfully ask the return to the Assemblyof Tallahassee Flu., Feb !, 1x60.llon.lous 1 f thisI awl directs) by the Assembly 'f inform the, '"nal. TWENTY HINITKS BEFORE: : 12 O'CJOCI\.

lock or shoulder; a third connects these two Senate bill No. 22, to be entitled an act to amend an art approved N. KniMUixoEB, that the Assembly, has pausedSvualubill --

.-> ,'! 'Is drawn so tight aa to bend the wearer al- 28th JulIA, I>. 1868/ to organize tIle Southern Inland President, of the Senate: No. 4 to bewnlitlwl au ai-t, tu imr|>m.lH the I'l'-r- I. The Senate resumed its session.

4 < 'ionble. Of coarse these bands are conceal- and Company. ( The Prtwiijcnt pro l'nl. In the cluiir.
Improvement
Navigation IdA Companv ;
Sill I directed ,by the Assembly to infyrui tho Senate that Autuallcl, .
'be dros. The wholu apparatus la very Very respectfully, : am' Senate bill N'. ;", t" be mulled an fc.t to pre A "prenvnt.
has reconsidered the vote to indefinitely |postpone I PreoidVnt the' of enrolled
signing
IIYXUAI, the Assembly : The tern IInnOllt.1
FOUSYTII
''iki that.often employed In the country tout Wag arribu) the allowance of fnO'l f,r prik irrs l''nlnt.J in rounty pro
'ntitled.n amend to
Clerk of the Assembly.Which' Senate bill 'No. 22-<> be ( act to an act ASMmbly bill No. 0 1, making appropriation for. the Cltyf
tome vicious bull from jumping. Cum jail. .
InUn.l Navigation Improvement
organize tho .Southern IK't-emU'r Slat, |Ho9.

i tit railed Democrat tilts-afternoon, and had at quite the office a pleasant of:the inter New was read and the bill therein named returned tu re puny, approved[ J uly ;*, 180! and passed said bill by a vote of Very WM.respectfully FOIWYTII, BYNUM I, I "ndin/follow in" ini-iUi I:i' was rel.t.iv"1 from tha'AssoatbhA.IYYaty :

quested. yeas 4i to 11)14. Clerk of the
nriiu! the editor the.immortal Also the following : Also rtfu..e l piv-
F i804 I ,
"JlIUa.." roMsnov.i AsfiBUBLT HAIL, I lTallahas.e ( the relief of Georg.-: WfonlrortI: 'late Sheriff of Eocaiubia Which wa read and the bills "r.lertl to L enrolled.Mr. 'JiIIIIIIWt .b'y hit,

is a gentleman of most remarkably pleasantuuuvrit Fla., Fib'y I tat, 1n$9. f \>. Joni' S.I\IIIIIlll
'Iw end ho in' pr *i< .o' the Semite :
\Vi. nhtiectfully' : that the of i4 joii Cnunly lirrrby fi-n- "
,,, of the finest physical conformation and HeD. JOBS X. KBIMHISGKB' WM. FORSYTH IJVXUM. 1.1 the th.rt .tarrati..n intli trd by Mm SIK--I am iliriTtl l by tlu1"1 lo iiiluirni the beuate lint,
fur cru"lllall,1
Senate wtry
at miJtumtner lire Jli eye I t. the keenest l'res .
Aknemlily
Clerk of the Assembly in his vhargv. the A.Ihll.a. |ps.a. th..uIi.tlo
I| : Sm-I am directed by Which real mud! Senate bill No. 22 ordered to he t-nrolled. On motion ( Mr. Went worth, tea Vary
uld catch his it would seem to entitled Was f UnaM
: eye, pierce Senate bill No. 42, to Lt1 : u WM. ; ,
balllas..oo
of the following rOU.fl
the Assembly I'rekidcit, lent announced kigning table.Ou.
ugh mine into my' very soul. lo peaking debt of the State. The pro AiMtinbly.WkicU .
at to fund the outstanding enrolled bill, th. : motion of}lr. nuth, it I ( fr t.
florid.. and certain of her official! he said Assembly
Very respectfully, Au act. fur tI.lt relief of Liberty Itillinys; and Daniel! Richard. Jktoirttl, That the He\rtettiTu vf Florida!. lh. Cungi.. alt r.a't and' thu acohlow"ilj| taken up, "o
BVNUM
.' thing which I thought were very good. \V M. FO1WYTH Also, ant' to prosi..I" (>r the construction of boom oo the of the United Static are ;el"t to use tln-ir iutiiteiioe ft /procure I the first time, rule Halve*!, re" third' time
perbapa they would not Amd an 'oOlben. Clerk of the Assembly. of of Samuel l II. McI.Inof F rnsrvlina -
.
the
its the vote :
'i Yellow river. remova thIi."bitt. put upon pn"/--] UJHIII .hch .1
visit in therng
IHICK lo Tallahassee;
expect bill ordered to be en I 'rai i-l t Atkin BrKlwrllt Crane, Craw
I
read aud the accompanying Enrolled: Hills made the 1t-as--Mr. 'it. r".r. ,
Which was Atkius, from the Committee i> ,
Mr.
On motion of Mr. Muith > it watetoletJ ford, Cruse, Hilh '. Hunt, Itlt&lLrJ KenJrik, M leol;

MEDICAL STTDEXT. rolled. MeCaskUl from the Committee on Legislative Elpcndi.'area fjllow! in(? report! : / By the Senate, that our H<"|"i *..-iitatlu-. in Con MoraK, Pearce, i+iiiilli, mitll'U, / \aU.\V..k
:
Mr. .
,
> .... 1 1060." their in having the di abilili .
I'tiere are In. New York about one thuuaaoJ made tho following. report : SKVATH:; CiuMiikir' Tslalas.ee, b requested to IndltC and Weltworth--19
Ie. .. Nlblack and Green II. Hunter, tf CoTumbu County.removed. Mi'Mini. iitiu } 3.
tun In pmceas" of development Tbip of h, hoin. was referred nattrjoint resolution To in" SKJUTK. : Nir .Dl ItC. ki-
I' rejoice (f) an mi.Uril One thou.nd Your Committee to that have examined Se tho Lilt .a .
je : Hon. W. II. Ken.lrtckt Senator Committee aak leave to report they | ...
of { Your
No. 18 for the relief motion of Mr. Smithson, it wa : rU d 1 lh Wljwiu kill
On Bill >
Committee rw
The
.11IL.Jg(4)L }>* turne4 tou>e from a single bI l the same under consideration, following bill submitted' to them, and find it correctly enrolled 1lroUu .
the t
from the S3<1 d-Uricl) Laving That our Rrprewntative In CVn; .. L r"1to ( tnroltrd, ,1 ia
y per annum At Belle vue Hospital College that after eiaaiination into tincauses which viA: 1I for the removal of the ,' correctly of cities and towns,
leave report influence
to ( the
Wi.
-the most celebrated ia the Cited: Sutealbcrefour ; beg at the last regular __iou, find them Senate bill No. 33, to amend an act con%erning< Forcible Entry I Florid. 'i.a'it. A Jil t |1.ruti.Ie 'it iuUI..liol
prevented his attendance liam] U. ROM, of Columbia County, uniform teiit < f government
five and a y> inuninipal L
b.
to or hundred that
< of this number. A six rtme Ida non-attendance.. We find further and Detainer. it t.t.Lih
sufficient to justify On motion of Mr. Hillyr, "
this
since a Student of tGli l b uU- C'JlYIIIW m :November, He t' etfuUy submitted, SUlo
college met a *
the Convention _ntativM in Cot >* requested : .
from was in attendance upon J. A. ATKINS, Chairman. fUtvletJ, "Dial out Rq> >xrr> 'A A bill to incorporate, this "'lori:1: Motu Relief Company.The
lOUD Udy Florida; ia thin President \1ce-l"reiJent
now cUy fur
to cast the electoral vote their influence in r.III"fm .matl i I leiil one above
1883 to dia1lite Pri aigniov
use
buinl <
pro,
veer few visits\ ,, lie that Le Us paid L 'tI&
: was founq to U fcopi. iy therefore recommend Which was re"
f the United f States; I O. of Marion : enrolled bill (
enrolled
4 ta iffuion fiie-T by the tero. announced the signing of the 10.. ,1,1 .1. tIK"lowilJIUGWr tU
but '
1'residwit
aeVlctfly 1oe. being a bard tudenttrfe for one a The pro it '
I: hi* salary of 1500 00 and mileage of Mr. Kalicobcrg, war A bill for the ,* uf .\
Sheif.a
State Constitution, full payment I' tb. Ketolwd, That our leprentllY6 Ou motion of Mr. South, the .
from : Cbar
receive Assembly
always at bin table In the the ..f thejoint aI"N.ml'1UIyint: TU f blowing& message was removal of dis- al'1inte
dtaectiog room, W'e therefore recommend passage to use their loAIC procure th of three, n(. BraJwcU, te
;: though here kunouaiW pa all llt r Lyliu- I resolution! as a substitute AMXUBIT HALL, I fur. of C. II. Smith, U. )1. T. It II. Wlllanl and wait his esci-lfiii-v) thetiovcruor and ifuul an that the 1
upon
'u forms divines' carved aaj duembertd, tauaifld AU of which is most re.pectMy L.MCA'ILL. Chm' I I 'hDahauee,, lieFeb'y lit, I8e9..f r rUop. lob K, Tomu Senate was ready to .ljuln and inur if bJ any further
aDd putrefying\ tbunghl A. : j it WMJtmJtxJ
men too- i /oils N. KMUMIBCBB, oUI. W"otworth communication to make lo t e .
sully wanilering from UM ioificaM ttrodur*ol J. M. UNDEKWOOD, I'revident of the Senate : 'f O V' i Congress b Illnte After a brief at.u. th Cowmite reported their datIprrured'

eye before 101m to > It. MEACHAM, &B- II. uf county.
About this lime, bis room mat found LA putoedSenate Run, C. a O'Se Jlbi ,;

chine poem wkich he Lad just .rilien vli" > K. M. SMITH. the Aembly bill No. 48, to be entitled an act to amend aa act en.titLel .Mr. Pontuo the IDret r-lia The Committee wa* dixctarged.Mr .

-. From, I take the IuUowlD.r: j t the auUtitate aJopteJ. ovida for the pouubmcttt of crime and pr. No. 20.JietohtJ. Wentworth off.r4 the f j4w.wj; resolution, (No. It :)
and
Which read act to Jtr
I III first tan aa tJlufUj That JbtoletJ, That the thanks of this body be and they a. he.
taken awl rta4 the criminal courts and ty th. LtglItin of tow &u< ,
;
No. 81 WM up U
u l till
< toy cornea Ion las tit ndiaat U U Aisembly e eJiag for has courteous
Senate t bill No. 90, to U t-ulilM aa of Uoiverkal Suffrage mind Universal Amnesty, by tendered to oar President pro tem i
r IJt the spuVt) tLal Isagba U lima Icicle1 ebatl; by title under anspenaioa of the rule.The beoondrLn ;; postponed J UJ{ thelltf conduct officer of ibis body, and to the o&
iu sustain iu u presiding
the future
\f-l and the bill taken up *o provide for ut a private character. CM alone hops 10 to partial
: printing
Uj leut role
erjtUlliM lib 0 diaaaad krigU. WM suspended : an f) and attaches their euiforui eoarte .v and attention
T1-p lbegUrerLgbameatihlnlr:.I*tUM tiny supremacy in the affuctiooa and *o|>port of the American people, er* fu
following : \'V'iL'nsYTJI nYXUY, iu highest developments lh. art duty.
Mr. rnraan moved to am nl ty intertbj the I achieve 'for her country i
i luh of hues wt.e i II alavi.* K* stall 15M OfII Clerk of the A-\d1' a and pf o.p rity, and that oar ReweMoUtivw to C'n. Which ,a ate
t 6.t1*J rail*B a for jMlpttea 4ialJ'uland For the relief of W'm.IL Kendrick, 93o') ordered to be t. I ., reijoeited to aid with ail their energy the TUe hour of uuduighi, having arrived, the.Setutets1.Joluael.i.w -
b3: No 48
{ (41iaJ uaen.- -cieal wU1fc. : Wm-H/IJolJen ohA W (" ** wt.-1: WM reaacJ Senate sits r"lU.)> Uueal jwtio which k& for iu "bt the ,ton
: .. u w 2 Uyl.(
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CELLr'1. w Law Towns ,

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,t nnn"tn.Wt' nrnrnt of Ille l.rgnl AdrcrlUemcntimli The ( 1m. I I I -- For the h"lorldlsn. o .ion o- =
Jent
rRnt..ink..n..n r1hlrl'--- WCM
ft. ...".. I This li Another I>ny I" Ihe Tn1Iahs'see nol.Mlli'W
loribhw \ ut whit no little (tuxlcty (he report ol'
t 'ttbl -'! the, cOlml"jon"r fl\ -- cnt to Montgorncry4hoIIhIll ( A : ..m Slate Senator of strong nrpubli- .\ Washington) letter says Itppcan that the the prime mover In the matter wit hting Urnrrfarile.Mtns '' thg Lake 111e
t fur ocr entire satisfaction can 1Aliiu: ass asked, soon after the Leglslatuu of ImpCl.ment last communication Prov iM
I AS they are conclnct following arc the fncl In the Oant-Danki-9tan- Of course, those who opposed ( EDTOBIn tnj Thifl pre ofour State ,
-- -- :".....- -. -'. ; the nature < upon which the adjourned If the Legislature tad ahel" I hud dedicated to Ignore a' iii' ii' 'ii
don ton Imbroglio : going t NJW Orleans, Notcmbcr look l upon the chief conspirator .with a favorable I inadvertently left out the page tti ennsilemtiin of the ,
I annexation question Is to be gives CXII'
, TALLAHAssEE : us some Apprehensions, for we ttstet Rloue awar anything go' Tcc' was his reply.. "What 1802, Bank wa jecrtly ordered by, e ye. This was manifested in the Senate on time to the memory of Judge J. WATLES. BAKta-a 1:smut mi'shilon to 1"hu'Hdi riaihatiil neil iu- t luC !4'gjslutau, ,,

more now than evcr-hl if Jlie question I Is leftto good have you done I" was naked. Wo have ITallerk lo extend his Arm* np tie Mississippi as Saturday before the adjournment of the Legislature man who for honor, virtue, morellly, and for the entire tcrrlJurv: ,t'est l'okint to (hue' rs'sa.hnua a

T..1.. Ihraflr7 0. .,. the entire 8IAt" blst remain in the tamealicnntcd adjourned !I" 11 In "hick it hal been our nils- they may hove done or left undone of all forces with his coalesce lILLtER been surpassed In of'time Ahsbmatna
fortune to have been cast. We pee rlcnrly through els which owl might t from Marion of resolutions requesting him understanding of It.lins never IxsMntari "(11 iiti'li nIf"'"
CHARLES EDCAR DYKE JR., the opposition that i Is bending with the power of pa
AMOrttTK EDItOH devils against the prosperity of this city. The of the odious features of the law requiring certain Ylcksburgn soon ns posslblcntoTC down (Ito ,I V WnitmMS, At tho last regular cession of the and affable, and displayed nil the clSlctcrstle ns a Slate, would regard seem to our 'denmml,?J,1 '

---- ------ --- pleadings of the I]lriifn' Amount to nothing ndvertifoments to lie published only In one Misslssljipl, antI join on to Bnnis ns quickly nmPfc Legislature of the Stato t>t Florida, T. W. Osborn ofn Virginian gentleman of the few comments, and we do this to the rlS'i"

lose more than that If portions!been of the St'itc on, paper In each Judicial circuit, And that paper to quietly as eotild bo done, ten ral) McClcmand( ,'|Vas elected to the high and honorable position of In the same ccmotcrj lie the remains of WHo as wo consider It our duty to let States mow '
the Hint feeding
pap they la\'o be, selected by the Judge onho Circuit. The I I United States Senator i AND WIIERRAS, The said trifles know that our Intclllgpnee" *i 'J"
fur, then below Grant and At Arkansas II. I who In the early
for us but dry to iw cll'laIStrtI DnOKENnRtr a lawyer soluica
leaving repay ( T. W. Osborn l been found to hnvo plotted a above that of a hit
their maul support, \\'hat In the world v ill they bill was Introduced In the House by Mr. McKt.vjcos Post, were ordered, to ready to move down conspiracy w hl other against the Executive of history of Florida, was excelled by none, and heard the most noted country clowns bumpkin, \ -, '"'
do? We can tel! 111c In i few worda-r*>duco of Walton, fcnd the tabood of tho And Banks'6n I shed of tisy iii
1 fl Join I1i6 sllortlstnotlc. Nothing and purpose Of overturning the ono who; by Ills learning and genln has a gitudy trappings hold forth to tIme intense Ihj

I, _ _ the and amount dispense ol lclcs of government these favors cipcndilnrex hicli other, State owe him thank for liis efforts to remove was saId to cither 6f theso Gcicrnls that Banks Stab Government, which conspiracy, although flood of light on the legislation end jurisprudence (ion ofour chilkiren and our e(1lfl,
has been the of retard haTe the
ls already means seen most
i r1 -'- ; have Always receiving. n restriction universally complained or The woul command their united forces> that was tlWlrcl l and of the and of tho State, n will be fnmd on reference farces and burlesques sIde-splitting, )

I Rending, matter on every )nge.L Our harbor liftS never received attention, nor pro>'islons repealed have worked mischievously.I'ndcr to Implication. Meantime Grant was boldIng has proved progrcS nn Incalculable prosperity Injury to Slate 81te to the Supreme Court nrprla say this burlesque caps now the extant, 1u trankiy

L. 5 -*'0' our rliroR.ls, or any cnterri.o which West could No them, litigants In courts, Administrators and held by, Vlcksburg, and not till March( credit | ;I Ho married )(rs. : ) time sister of elephant. For originality ol design climax-anti bS.

; ,y ,%"Y rlhrnl"I', ', measure could he on carried rropcrit of any because nail persons acting in n fiduciary capacity have 1863, tlld Banks set out' from New Orleans up lie it rtiotted ty th, &"f lh Aiifmlilfeonevr- Madame Mural, who yet survives her, and of conception, the Alabama lagkunr:, Z, ,

I ; --W. R. Witnot & 1nn. nro receiving rind of opposition frol the Lust con5eqUCncrj been compelled not only to advertise in papers the Mississippi towards, Grant General Banks position ring, Thnt he the now said holds T., and. I unfit of the for confidence (the whoso Icromplshmrnl on limo death of )(nl""- pre-eminent peters of fun,ns mirth the grandest and frolic and most n L? H
.
I liav<> In store? ft select stock of Dry Goods, Iron State RId could go way, but none here. Instead at A distance and which are scarcely)read out- was stoplctl Port Hudson.,) His delay there of his constituents ; unworthy And that In the name I nine ( Emperor of France lo has ever seen. With what a which 11, ,3

I I and Farming Implement*), &c.r", \\ lilcli they affiliating(UioiiL'li not with us us aristocratic n of annie) ns soil they, AS,enlightened or side of the place where printed, but pay enormous cau8d! General unhook to w rto him a petulant of the people of the State tho Legislature calls bestow on her one-half the pension be lurid granted they found the sovereignty and mailer's S i ?,.

offer nt low cosh prices. Call rind cxnmitic. if not concealing it, for their own honor, they fees besides For all! practical purpsl letter, stating that ho though tic fact that General l upon him t resign Immediately his office of U. to lie widow of )furl, eon of the King ofNaples. have State to act tho buffoon a part. To hit, t ,, ?'
8 1\ sunk the '
Senator. wo butt of
have even in limeslicn tho tics of brothers In many Instances the 11gh Banks was to command tie untied orioles 6 ridicule, the .
Call at t BETTOR'S lint Hall lo buy .... which the ncgrolzcd
jour --- Legislature
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Ifl A&m'
should have been stronger (during the war,) displayed have bolter appeared In the New York World would) lm\e hastened the rcducion of Port Hudson tiiAiiLEs of ,
'"sps" !, t-lbrlol., AcPAMTMS'S their towards West Floridinns in I AJJNEXATIOS OK WEST FLORIDA TO ALAB\U. In the same cemetery lies : Lot is vomits theIr lhl-venomed spleen.....beyond .
101'90Is tcclns flerabl, or In the Macon( IVryrapti, him anti his< -The Kufaiiln Artm of the 80lh dispatch (eons reception to the
marked this city went Into the war JjAwo Trjl'or by stimulated 1 junction with publishes 1 NAPOLEOS ACIULLB son of the King of Commission u,*wJYT .
; Hepatic Bitter for Dysp< psin and ) 'rm ltI\1. (
'I for ich one of has n w bier circulation Grant. To this from Messrs. Pcnnington And Commissioners have a right. We hardly think the
Discnsps ol tlir Stomach rind Liver. For sale byN) companies of select young men, the 1'cnsn- thee papers n nk wrote I long letter to Alnhnmn to negotiate Micr Naples, ,who married Bonaparte's sister Katharine go, nt least ve hope not. We matter a it i
nia Ounrdn, and tho Rifle Hnngcl from the firstInmilics. among reading Floridians and business) men show thai Port coull not have been nnncxl. and him placed throne nnd arc iu
by curicd
A Druggist". Tho fluId lion of 1 portion of West Florida to that State, was upon And for God sake let us not u-rite lnrS
1 yPTlUFfOKl latter met than some of the I officIal papers" designated by taken with his to thatlimc and who connecled wIth the fools. Should
with better luck than the first, who. In their misfortune Army up ought announcing the passage of I resolution by the from some cause grant our Legislature do so tu iffi
I A sure cur for Chilli mid Ftxcr-/ partisan Judges. As one illustration out of be flunked 'Legislature of Florida a vote the occasion to refer to this mailer
were placed In regiment Middle and not to or passed wltlrmt capturing i, ordering on of land ensue to Tnhlatlunsace and again
t Lllctc.
I iURt the tiling needed here. East: FloridianS, deprived I of their right AS the many, we mention tho fact that the large land ns iIS ns much I hindrance lo nl\lgntlol as subject of Annexation, nld expresses the confident married, nnd dlo) here. -

L Hoc Notice of New Orleans nnd Key West line oldest company in the Stale, their antonio mnskeU and mule MO! that took place In this city J'ester- Vickpburg. In this letter, whid has never bocn West belief Florida that to Alabama the question, Is but of a matter annexation of time.of Let lve sleep sweetly under the evergreens of Itepiidlattcn In the Nrnntt.

r of$tc.iicr. The line now ban weekly SKAIIIfn and, for had which kept they In order had given two bond and before security hue- day week, which wits advertised officially In one pnhl"let. ho \'Indicated his kItty and magnified The Aries says : Florida. Us father oftentimes fought mlno ; both The Richmond Dispatch, of Friday, hn. tit,

j'' and t.n \b* rolled on for rcrlninly anti dispatch. war. taken from them on the years very eve ofbattle of the selected papers, was not known lu I neighboring tifcnltle! That letter Is on file. This was The qne lion is left to I vote of the people are In graves. It was a national war, and following editorial chapter on Repudiation

if of bliiloli away)and they were driven Into tho town until the sale was over and the re in May, 1863. Just then General Grant's mo>o- ,llhln the territory sought to b annexed, and mine (Is not the hcnrl to bear malice towards a Rartin.tvios.-This must be nn amusing

1 The Pen. & Ga. n"lrOt1, he sold on the fight were with old consolidated George Law with mu tho kol 8d!.Florida Aftcrnardsthey regiment suit mcntlonctln THE ri.omuu.v. audit up behind ..Irksburg1 Millikcn's( Bend, from favor every of Ihis Indication project show The Legislature, are heartily has done in departed 10 or any of their descendants. le Mt to McCrecry.Congress. the In long the-Senate headed on Senator Wedntfchr

'l of March, 1 1O0.! Snlo ollell by the Hoard : from Cast rind Middle Florida, fought bi Introduced by Mr. McKts.vox repeals prepossessed the department favor t caused all thai lay It authority, by adopting resolutions In the Graveyards care to bo found the nnmcs Kentucky, made a speech, In which sccoraiint from

of Trtre of the Internal Improvement .'IUI I every hUI. rind distinguished thcmsclvrs I is the 4th, %tit, 6th and 7th sections of the act re- Lincoln to write that letter to him In which ho appointing 1 commission to negotiate of HATWAIID, 1t.IxDOLCU, HocsTocx, CBOOMB, to tlio report before us, ho discussed very '- |,,

,,! The Tal'ahssico Railroad Will nl' Im 1,1 ont well known, Now, we give this hltlo history n of f'Tred to. I lens fuloA : BIt, I w Uh to say that you wee right nnd I lie In the taken matter on the, nnd same.ordering Our A Commissioners vote of the people wcro to WnrrriELD, nnd a lariat of others, whoso characters Senate morously," the, and speech to (lie of treat Senator amusement Morton of t the|

,;4 :; 4fle day under similar: : orOcr events for the I simple whole reason time of service with the on HIM
I' and During, Middle Floridians, we were ttylcd UopherIrnbhltr Jnl TO A\ISD Af ACT INTIL&\ ACT ID I'HO\'ID.: the lines of the departments of Grant mid Banks the pcoplo Tnllalmssco and the nicmlxTS ofIhe be pleased t delineate. subject, and the reports of(lie Secretary of tim,
:i )fAItTa.-SvAlcArr.I'cliy 0-(Jolton, middling Von Till. UK TIIK OP would be defined : Legislature of Florida' Judge Walker speaks Treasury and of the Treasurer of
nnd other opprobrious names, nnd l'l'/LI'ATIU: LAWS ANI not but that cirh would oper- There Is one monument there-that of Sons the United
JJ ; I ; 29c., ordinary, 28 14 28J.Nsw endeavor to Into the belief C4FKIAI. I ND J.EOAL ADVEnTISEMK.NT" as of the complete success of the mission States The latter gentleman, differing in
us ate where
with MILLER of
"ou1 argue they Ihcif separate commands Scree U river : North ninny
: Vonc, Fcb'y fl.--Cotton active rind $c. ) consisted of was 7''c I'ple'l Me Mite of "rprC"/II(11 cout from \filch ho has just rctlrncd. DUIII county things agreed, said Mr.McCrccry, in time vittuoui
mere speck in the Hoosier ant to bo I in .. nml ,do Ploljf This At as Indirectly !ncndcd| ns a mitigation WOlltlt not be a good way for the people of Carolina ; n man of noble, sold qualities, with and chaste Indignation with which the
: )
!better MI, : 30jc. (loll 18 / AO/Ibp rcgnnlcd
L | Ilato. /
,. (g considered so, I rind behold I SkcTto.v 1st. the 4lh, fiLl,, 6th nud 7th of the understanding thitt wits creeping get rid of their Gip cy carpet-bag government whom I traveled and nursed In his lost illness. everybody who proposed to violate the mtionul
A t Ii ; LrFRTo. Fcb'y 0.-Cotton netivo and I "We must nt Intlo Went Florida by any means sections of an act to provide for the publication Into than nnny before Vicksburg Banks was to annex the balance of the Saute lo Ho was kind, gentle, affable and urbane, and I honor by repudiation ; yet their own report!

;\'I' i of A penny higher Uplands 12'11 Orleans go !I-not an inch of it sh'll go r' Kali I we desire of the Laws and of Oltldnl nnd Legal Alh'cr. to )upenode Grant. Then Vifksburg fell, and Georgia T Rttannnk 2tnma.Butt true representative of" North Carolina gentleman particularly that of the Secretary of tho Trcisu'
nnd and July Mr. ACTM not that jumping out ry, furnished evidence sufficient to
ISfd. to go, are determined go we will tsII.nl"l approved aist, If/8, and the 'oll satisfy |hum>ira
'IO. In Port Hudson followed' a Consequence, both of much tIm stylo of Gov. Moscly( from Ito that our public debt could never bo
_0- must-and that soon.- )H Hornet C'uminereiiil.Hit. reby rrralrd.) : n of the fryIng pnn Ilto the fire ? You talk ns paU. Hurt
,, ; AseociATB EDITOR. -C. }l DYE Jr., Is associated '. 2.The. SEC 2,1 n i further rnitrtcd, Thnt the laws really attributable to Grant, ju* ns Johnson surrendered though carpel.baggers" are confined to Florida. same .Old North Stale." language must have been found excessively tin
\ la the editorial above Is specimen of the (!)given In force the cnifctmmt of said 4th,, fill, because Leo lint) cn Gr.inl's A multiplicity of business has prevented me ny by Senators. It it just such as we have nun
&
\ FI.oIDlN. 1 If'1 6th and tulnte'l Who Is what of Iho time used in
.111 sections a of
of DnLoKln speaking time
J'I'I\I I _0_ I by a prominent West Florida piper wluy tho people publication of Legal Advertisements said net, In regard, I nnd to the the star rose, and ho went and Bragg out of( ---.... 3",0' from doing justice to these sketches of the Tallahassee which, as wo Iwo years ago said,national will never ilclii be,

'VITUDflAWo.-Mr. 0. J. D&nSnEtTER has of that section should dcsiro to bo ceded toAlabama snmr are hereby mlvcd. I. Lookout Mountain. This U tht whole story,nnd Itcmov" or UI.abIUte., Graveyards but I bavo I mind to state paid We do not claim the gift of prophecy nor

i, I ; withdrawn M one of The proprietors of Tim : nnd why tho balance of the Slate should Passed,, the Assembly l Tcb'y 1st, 1809-passed may bo relied upon, ns your correspondent has It We notice that In the Snatc, on Friday, why I always visit tho cemeere of places to have said more than thousands of others have

I I I, 1IORrUN. consent thereto. The East and tho Middle11 al- Governor tlui'< "lto Fib'y Feb'y 3d, 1800.t, 1800. Approvct \by. the from an officer then on Grant'i staff nail In his the 20th ult., 8tntor WELCH, by unanimous wherever I go. Nannie Gen was betrothed Ihought deciding at No the pcoplo ballot-box who whether have the privilege will of
0- they
o I r t, CBARLC n.- EDWARDS, Jubilee uf the IVae"1 \al opposing Pcnsacoht, Slate aid" given to The confidence, founded on a friendship of years. consent, leave to bring in a 1,1, which bride George Smith, a sailor. At the time he will not pay a debt of such magnitude n that or of

: 1' of this city, has been appointed. Ckrk of I ho I the tast. and Middle but \lthh1 from tho repealed sections nro ns follows : The origin of the recent stor about which hRS was read twice rut) referred to the Judiciary was expected hOle, she w as on the outlook on our Government will ever decide to pay It. As

]' West trensacohIly.ln grey" losing their mln- SKU 4. It shall bo tho (duty of llio been so much talk,Is wet knorn here. Gcncr.1Dlnk'i Committee, providing for tho removal of(Usabili- tho Ardroson his A terrible gala drifted the corporations have no souls, so masses of men
Court In Leon' In place of LeRoy 1>. drcuIJutlj'
of have consciences.
h no What Is
S j I ;: BALL removed.JlciiLATiNO .county ale musket, forced Into Florida regiments, anti C.K judicial circuit to designate ole ne\spl' friends told the troth ton brilliant ties from the following named citizens of Florida! vessel In was past tho AIB Craig, under is everybody's trail
".+ per, published within his circuit ness nobody's business. As no one voter
or circuit
., ; I, _o called Gopher grabblcrs and other opprobrious I next adjoining thereto, which some shall he ex-war writer from New York whoso relations B. F. Allen, Loon county; James )f. Clenrdy, bnro mnsts ju't to 0 on the l>cacli.Nannlo would feel that his ballot had decided In favor of

'I 1: I t t, PCBLIC RICORD5.-We notice names!I'1 What catalogue of grievances-n hat. known ns .the oflli'lal paper of the judicial nt Grant's tcltquartcf ns not to give John Bryan, H. J. Devil, W. J. J. Duncan, Hamilton rushed down to hue beach, and as one repudiation,there would be no sacred conscience

I, ,,1 thal the Tote on the resolution offered by Mr. powerful la favor of tho I circuit," and In which all legal notices and advertisements him entree. paucity of fact was padded out county i Roland Thomas, A. J. Prevail, A. after another wns fot ashore, she watched Senator McCrccry is undoubtedly right
nrgument dismemberlnj J. Weeks, John F. Simmons, R P. J. C.
; '1 : J, HILLTEK In the Senate, calling on Senator OS- State I Wo "oud ask tho ("lnlclifIln to rd.tnj t tho said circuit court, or with n wcnlh of inference, and (\herl'ul was fho Rchnrd. James Abbott, John J. Srdls, Isaac whIt Intense anxiety, when her lover's body -a- ,-

I Bonn to resign, docs not appear In the publlhtl prose, what hot the treatment meted out to tho I I any ;county legal probate curt within description the sllrirruit required Tiine't tnil. Since that mlsrqircsctitatlon got Con, F. York, W. C. Haze, W. H. Priest camo It w oa lifeless She gave a shriek ol despair The t.nl Conntltutlonal m. Amendme -

: t j of Who from lot to nolce any abroad, General Bunks' friends have been Industrious F. E. Dnklc W. M. and from that time became She
1 rtr proceedings. to gallant companies PCI"coll struggling I lylnl b 1lIlshet by any person or Andrew.J.lUogJacb deranged. The following is the universal
suffrage amcnj
i\\J"; _0- tho Lost Causo" to d I<> with annexation t I persons; Ind all! 101 advertisements of to make It npcnrlt not true, at least lines, George Bathe, ); collected around her a few sheep, and began the meat of the Constitution
\ I Brinson, of Madison( S. Love, of reported by the Judiciiry
{ The U. 6. Circuit slicrillj and other county ; -
and District Courts officers
1 11( \1 for the they were deprived of A particular kind of arm,,, within the said cllulL county, shall bo publlshod.In nny counly plausible Iu being made the basis of a disagreement Gadsden county; FlIoE. Lagucc.of Pcnsacola, tour of the graveyards of Ayrshire ; she wouldslecp Committee and adopted by the House of Rip
\ : Northern District of Florida
j Judge PHASER,presiding who was responsible for It f If they were put Into SUP 0. It & the duty of the between Grant and Stanton was wholly Alfred halley Milton,James D.Morris of Mon. no w hero else but In the graveyards, with rescntallvcs on Friday of .
b by a vote 130 to 12It
; j 1 4 ls now In session In this city. A Grand Florida regimen"who did It? Were these actstho I of each pajx-rso drJlgate,1 to publsh publisher al no gratuitous. No such disagreement bog taken ticcllo, alt C. } Hopkins., of St. Augustine. her sheep around her to keep. her warm, and I will bo seen that it docs not restrict the-

: j Jury was cmpanncled yesterday, A.. HOPKINS twit Middle FlorIdians," or tiers nol ; >- place, and Stanton knew nothing of the correspondence MOBLET. The-.- 5Con. Soutfierntr ne"e saw n boy or girl( attempt to molest lie State Legislatures from
foreman. The session bids (air be titled, Thnt he shall not be Tampa disfranchising whims
I j to an InterestIng compelled to pnbllHhany Ilallcck and Bunks An T. but the
tho work of tho Confederate authorities ? But. bet'ecl Inkling on whenever they had anything
notice citizens for
( or advertisements, tho fee. nl- gives MOBLET several hard digs rib Thai cotral politIcal reasons:
)j h one. -.- wo were called Gopher crabbier Very like. lowed by luw Is tendered \ unle.. of the fact was tol the chronicler of tho paper says It Is I mistake Hint tho Republicans ofhis good to cat'they would carry It to 2)nflNannlo Be it Enacted, fa., (two-lhlrds of the members

I I'', The Concert glrcn by the choir of the colored ly. Wo believe It was a common thing among. SEC. 0. The rate of compensation to b paid recent report by friends In order that district sustain The whlto Rcpubli and sheep She his long since been concurring) That the following article be pro
the said
I Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership a the boys" to give to the soldiers from lie various vcrllsumcnls papers shall for the bo said tho ofllclul Inllegl ad- I Stanton might be gossippcd out of I possibility cans of Hillsboroujh bm ," It says, are nearly dead, but the descendants of Nannie's sheep nre posed to the Legislatures of the several States, as

ot Professor In the State( Homo of a moro or. the State same to of 1 place In tho next Cabinet, and gos- county browsing on, nibbling the grass tliaLgrowa over amendment to the Constitution of the United f
Court Homo olllclnl
last Dnnk
TOED on ; klnt sohbrhl'lcl papers, aa per section 8 of this equally divided, and those of Hernando, who States, which, when ratified by three-fourths of
1 Wednesday night, was well alenllCt The slol'Ing .cuphoncous, none Slch I ACt. i. sipped Into Il The chronlccr. f rtlo iniaghns.tion can can see that his policy Is either rule or ruin, my father and mother. graves in the Stevenson. said Legislatures, shall bo 'held ns part ol said

t was fine, and received opplausa from a to get mad at It. North Carolinians were I after SLC.tho 7. No legal notices or advertisements, has spoilt the plot 11 behalf of Bunks,, arc very much In the ascendancy." A correspondent graveyard, in Ayrshire, Scotland. Constitution, namely:
the ittdlcncc. known as "tar heels," Floridians maggeltai passage of this net, shall bo valid or though In the case of Stanton bo has not been of B. ARTICLE.
have force tho same over his own
any or ct, unless tho shall paper
.yI! ( _0- Georgians as Goober Grabbers," and I, published In the cl designated same[asj] aforesaidas bo though of In that connection. No other details ture, accuses Col. M. with having slgl- -. inIlehlnd SEC. 1. The right of any citizen of thoT'nitcJ

Judge A. II. IJcmi of Marlnnnn, has been 1 Even tho high officers were not. the official paper of the circuit in which tho this matter than are contained In this dispatch nomination for while him of< bls.uppr. the Ncenc. Slates to vote shall not be denied or abridged by

I appointed by the Governor to prepare a Digest) exempt from nicknames. General LiE was said advertisement Is published. And whenever have conic from the headquarters of tub army. Ho SherUr assuring Rumors of an attempt to patch up a truco b the United States or any Stale by reason of race,

I of the Laws of the Slate under the act of tlioLegislature Uncle Bobby," "Iron florid," tIny law now In force, or which may be hereafter These details substantially do from there, als a grave charge against tween the Impeachcrs and the Governor, color, or previous condition of slavery of any
LONOSTIEE passed requires the publication of notice cOle Involving not only his character for citizen or class citizens of the United States.
ia of August hut. No better appoint FREDAS JACKSO.X (not Stonewall advertisement any or -* HI .- wore the Street talk during the of the SEC. 8. The shall have to
Barney ) It shall bo 'understood that said truthfulness under the sanction of an oath, but a, prgs Congress power enforce.
ment could have been snndo. A lawyer of Ion if "Mul.wnl" &a Wo admit that t was not very publication shall bo made In an ofllclul paper IlepudliUIonBRICK violation of the criminal laws, and gives him to. Investigation going on by the Hons Qmmltc by appropriate legislation, the proviitoniof

practice and peUyfaminr: ,'It the statutesof I polite to dub tho l'cn8nclIBua"gopher grab. designated as afor POMEIIOT la out In his New York AII. that the Grand of seem to have had some foundation. this article.

the State, wleu completed, will b a biers," but then our splenetic cotcmporary ought. Tho three first sections of the act in question mil for repudiation straight. In the course of along undoriRnt to about Jury the matter Tampa In may was behind the scenes, and therefore lund an opportunity Tho following is the amendment offered byMr. a

Ii I found t b accurately compiled: rind yateinaLiIt to remember the old story that whoever dell remain unrcptaled. They are as follows leader on tho subject ho says : hle next.something say April t witness the by-play'writes' to tho Blngham, (Radical,) of Ohio, which wu defeated

rally arranged. with a merchant ia Pcnsacoln must .Two years since not one hundred prominent .... East Florida Banner thus: by about the same vote:
expect gopher 8KMION 1. Tin) 7V> >fe the Ktite Fbritli .
/ if
; In change If tho balance was In his favor, ,' (, / emite f A*>t My! (10 a., men In the laud-nol five politicians dared men- Tho acU.1 of the State Senate lu excluding "r.E1 cs HAVE PBACB."-Tills mott' our. shall No State shall make or enforce any law vhicb
; following cod the taciturn abridge or deny to citizen of tU
sons COt have been CmnnllonnThe by the Governor County per. gophers being considered current coin of the luwr to:. It shall be the duty of tho Secretary of tlol repudiation of the national debt, or, more the"Senator elect fl tho 21d district Is not np Ing great Itsclfmoro and more to t'popular bears, United Stales, of sound mend, and twenty-one

'. Ipplnte realm," and that to refuse them was to fly hi tho respectively designate In the three Illhl.hct properly speaking, national swindle. TO'llnyls proved by IkpnblcnoB A Tallahasseecorrespondent Is having Its benign Influence over mite Impeachlag years of age or upwards, the equal exercise, iul
i : face of custollnl check trade. Doubtless, tlio. of Jacksonville, and city the newBInrer) O\ city advocates are millions, and in less than two )cars I oftho Et Florida Thinner thus skulWuggcrs" of Florida. Finding theIrrevolutIonary .1 act lo such registration laws as the Stale may enact .
h W. R Swain and O. B. Armstrong for Leon w attempts frowned down by the of the elective franchise, at all election in
will fixed established writes
shall repudiation ,
bo
harm known :
meant in
to-day
i county, in place of 8. L. Tlbbltta and M. Moody. boys no employing the I namu'allegedtIny ns ofelli papers of the fool 0 I people, and strenuously opposed by the bonestmCln the State, whenever be shall have actually reslilcu
.-- F Rufus Dickinson and wore only Indulging lu jokes-thesoldier's Mate 01}Florida' nod In eleh which all general demonstrated fuel t And the bonds now :Mr. John A. Henderson, elected to fill the vacancy the Legislature, they sent a Commissioner for a period of one year next preceding such dec.
A.A.
Newman for Midi
pnssod at nny eilon of tlio Suite LogUlnturo held by the billions in the pockcU safes and In the 22d .District was ahsodenlcil his seat of
I privilege, and were probably repaid in I flag trc to propose a compr iota, except such of said citizens as shall engigt
hnll he
,. son county. kind. publshel, and nlso nil official vaults of of those who hmo long since rccclvec in tlio Senate to-day t on what grounds of right ml and cessation hostilities; but wlt I great In rebellion or insurrection, or who may bare
William DcnhanUl C. Park A. J. Das nod L ordl'rl notices, \ pertaining justice It would bo very difficult to say, for the a agentleman of check, proposing some on thepolilical been or shall be duly convicted of treason or ollier -
I I 1L E. Bryan for JcSonon I Tho C'mltrt11 more serious when It charges to tho "tnl of Florida, or to any department of moro than they paid for them, will be classed was legally elected by an overwhelming slllln order to benefit cblng. Infamous crime.
county. tho Ea with always the Stlto government with the continental money-numbered with majority I Mr. Henderson, friends. 1s of
I Int measures a a display assurance
0- Mlttlo opposing uutellnd The of the amendment
Sbc. a passage as reported by
L fudge the NeconU Judicial CJr- designed to tho West, but fortunate 8. I shall bo tho duty of the Secretary the things that were-evidences of an In. it is true, is a the Republicans worthy of our wonder It not of our regard. ,
I .f cull. prosper of State furnish to each of the said l papers 01 ought to have been willing, in to a a of men the Judiciary Committee, settles the.question ol
: f P. W. Wiirrs of ly the charge U without foundtol No Instance correct 10pl0 of all the laws passed at any session debtnea wiped out by that spirit prgrcs have seen fair play which w a tel, ,stcngt in Uer I clique Govenlent revolutionary In(1 the Republican assailing general amnesty so far as the vote of the Radical
I I lon Quincy Las been appointed can be cited to sustain i. l U It true Unit"Statoaid" of State Legislature, within thirty days which marks the genius of the American tho P. R, but in [social,polilical,private and pub \o hcat the seeking downfall and majority In the House U concerned.A .
by the Governor Judge of the Second after the adjournment tIaereutib S S I lie affairs. p
'. bos been Ithheld from the people. lilical ruin through tho basest schemes, and
!
"" 3 JudicIa t'rcult composed of the counties of Jet while given to the East and Middle All WCst the said:('. U. 1 ho rate for of compensation to.bo paid .Repudiation will como because the fIle, The people of! tho 2Jd district w ill not forget wuen completely! rouW uoreo 1001 ana dragoon SonAr 'noar ARTE-BELLCM HISTOHT.-Tin

,I I I t'\ orson, Ln Gaden Waku Liberty, Calhoun these sections have ever received foU the Slate alt"I ficial advertisements papers publishing as aforesaid the, laws shall and tho of. are being driven luto Il Tho national wi tho treatment their rprcnttvo received at the ,"yet coming tacking to on enemy's to their camp begging for Baltimore Oaiede revives an incident thai Cm-
petition
I I iF ad Frakln .i a good appointment.The has been a guarantee from the Improve- 1101 that now pulj by the United b for bo repudiated, because the people are unable to' hands of party trlkstcr pace} vlctr could claim, and tcrl.uch the van east Dix-whose tyranny during the war wa

t f"' ( BOW Judg I I ce-beaod able lawyer, of ment Fund on certain! Bonds to pay the Interest. publication of Iho hlof Congress and for r>av. Every day Ihot debt grows larger everyday quished no right to demand wblh, Id if they do hardly less atrocious than that of Stanton,who

I t: :great mora worth, and when the Roads were uonblo to do so. This the official advertising of the United States our ability to pay 'less: Said I wIse man Hold and Original .-ropo.llol. demand, will be denied most emphatically. Imagine supple tool ha was-should not forget In his (rani-

J \ I we feel sure that Ills selection wi givo general same aid" tho Went could have availed llsell of, These BCtoUI ought to have gone with the once, And thIs to.hnlll> away.' And the A correspondent of the Maon Telegraph suggests oa the Gen.failure Butler of,his the father of all Impeachcrs, Atlantic mouthing over the treason of the South

L 4'. etUsfaction.i -- at any liiuu since 1853 by simply organIzing companies otl ra I tho object lu publishing the laws national debt loult pR 1'ay. Not by payment tho construction of I canal, to connect the himself to Andy, gnd'ahc0ej; ohnln; presenting, it Towards Die middle of December, 1800, almost

Hsile oflhe P. Ac- U: '. under tho lulcrual Improvement net and and the l'r.clUlalonl of tho Governor In the but by repudiation. And every man who waters of the Mississippi with the Atlantic Ocean, true I tried to ruin you by every means 1 contemporaneously with tha secession of South

Ij' 1\ .ce nai 81d Hoad the_. 'ailil.a. undertaking to construct any part ot tho system three Jpr printed In the places designated b urge or advocate this the only honest,just, ant by tho following route : I Tapping the Tennesseeat power, but having idled I come to announce my Carolina, he presented the address and reolu-

It will b seen tt the Trustees of the Internal of road* established by It. Tho reports of the for purpose of ha\ log them read and thereby rgltou relief from crue financial oppression, Gunter Landing, in Marshall county, Ala., lowing willingness terms to;lake Give peace mo wlt Portfolio you on tho of (theSecretary a- dons at a meeting held lu New York ;iy tin

Improvement Fund have Presidents of the and ( giving Information to the people, the object la patriot, lover of and a defenderof and running from thence t Center, in Cherokee of
I 'I \ advcrtl these two l'eusoll& Georgia Railroad I I couut Stale send my good friends to the friends of the South, the purpose of wliku, s
: V'fconds for sale on the 20th March next We show that they hu; o crllcavort to Interest defeated, for tho reason that the papers heretofore the Interests o the i who ,1'11 .e county, Ala., along the bonks of the Coast and most imprtn' missions and any hllle flvor in staled In the New York Times of December 17I860

I r .regret the necessity that forces the step, but we tho people of the West engage II the work, designated am not generally read. But if the servo and receive the lasting gratitude every Et.owah lo I point in Cherokee county, Ga., due you and-, let upon their rtntlve suplra (where the proceedings appeared m full1

suppose It w a necessity.. There I one condition offering to assign their charter to separate organizations : object was t give those plprl what In printer's honest man, every laboring man in the country. North of .cwort from there to the Chattahoochce -us hlple' was to persuade the South to postpone disunIon.

I connected with tho sale- Internal) Improvement or to assign sections of the Ruud to as parlance U called a fit Job, w 1th no particular ." I 5 5 5 5 5 crossing at Roswell, tcnco to Sweet Water, Htanton Grant.Stantou's ." Of the temper and spirit of the assembly
I Fund will be released of would under benefit t the State, we submit that It I Is somewhat Tho debt Is oppress!ve and the more so by in Qwiflncl county, on tho head waters of the Y. 0'
\ J' responsibility nnny companies a organize IL- male positive denial that he ever an Idea may be formed from the tenor of one
I and thus left free These historical of a stretch of| 1 to do something towards au ex are facts, which the Cvinm<-ivi I tenon of the system to Pcusacola. : I to tell It rrllklinstcat of Indulging In the pkt of the people in the shape of taxes officials and the parly in power, but the bank to I point I few miel Sulh Tarvcrsvlllein served prove that he is untruthful, as he ouly Resolved, That wAils we dtp/art ht titxltitnent

t, -.. assertions which only imagination. MoreOver ( to ketp UO\.pallr going that mlh otherwi malignant
following statement should ,
.1'I' I Lecture Toljjhi.. so f.ir from State aid" been refusedto die out. It bliuply amount to taxing people having tie the
I Owing t the Inclement weather and other tho W that section has all the for the benefit l of a imrlisan uurrsssowethlng to committed to the hands oflionest men. but writer, will be found, 'question :

causes Capt WHmso'i Lecture on the Arctic "aid" It has Ct ever asked for. In reh'ct, an uct which the people have not been accustomedheretofore. we Irlll opposition to the l11t, that and an outlet to tho Ocean at Savannah or Brunswick "NEW YOBS Cur, January 28, 1869.u7bM.JldgUMrM41t&ls SOCTOERX Furz'rs.ThsaaGaiveaton A'tm

: expedition for.tho rescue of Dr. EASE In 1855, passed grouting to the 1'eusacoU and Alabama\1 any party tat i ma enough t go bfor the would give I distance of more than 2O While General York UeraU: January 8d says s "We can see within ten stepof -
was not delivered on Tuesday night will -...-- miles" Grant was operating in front of fruit than can '
Ilst. I ItitllroaJ kwituip and land* to people with, as leading idea In Its platform, of Vlcksburg 1 was employed clerk our office a larger variety
as in Secretary
t b given to-night! In tho Assembly chnlubr,com amount antlu 160 an onrfo\et act was also passed I Urge giving SEEDS.-We are Indebted to Senator OeuouN repudiation of the public fnll 11 b over The writer estimates that the canal coull be Slanlon's office in the War Department, Wash- found by travelling half over a northern city -

menclg at 7} o'clock. We repeat what wo said to any persons who would clear out Yellow for several packages of Garden Seeds of imported ,'helet and its leaders obscurity. constructed at a cost ol not more than '.0,0 ington. Secretary Stanton wrote two orders, directing The Messrs. Solycrs are, perhaps, our oldest fruit

I, week-ifour citizens wish a treat, It tlu-m River in Walton county all the \rl"tes. I -- and that It would, at a toll of eleven and a me to make two copies (of them, one for dealers,but they have active competitors In malI
: attend. The proceeds of the Lecture are to .wllland; over. ----.- tienernl iru>(. quarter cents per ton on twelve and telegraphing and one for filing. The first of these of the and on most of our streets a
flowed lands city,
b on its buuUs from Its source to its J,DUB B. .\. PITSM,an old citizen of Florida freight pay orders was addressed lo General Banks, directing parts
,
a distributed among the Sabbath, schools of tho mouth. Surely this docs not look like neglect. died at residence in A correspondent of the Macon likjraph Ills a half per cent on the Investment Ho describestbo him to proceed at once to Vicksburg and relieve can see displayed the products of nearly all clime
l city. Itself ought to attract overflowing hi l'Ihlk on the 20th of on a Liberty Hall, the residence of which the General Grant. The the extreme North, such "
I TW an The rather It khans that t anti Middle } January 'C9, of congestive chill.) bon .bt t advantages canal would have over second order was directed from the Equator to
j hoU t say notbing of tlio Interest all eel ida" have been liberally! "disposed towards'Ilr. -S-- te lon ALEXANDER II. BT.UES In the the great Erio Canal of New York, three hundred to General Grant, directing bin to turn over his oranges, lemons, limes,bananas, plaintains pint
In the subject to our EXCHANGE course the conversation, Mr. was asked and sixty-four miles command to General Banks on the arrival of the of various kinds
b or in and closed half nuts, figs, grapes
diua Western brethren; and we may add truthfully, Sun lXD.-f3O of tho S Icngth loiter, who bad been ordered to relieve him. I apples, cocoa
: THE SrTIEL.-The. .i iCllANOC < last tirtttiiul that these two vilified sections, hud their ability new 0 per' ell b.ut. issued Xovcmbr last, what ho thought would b the course of General the year by ice, and )'a do not pretend to give the literal wording of these apples, pears; with quite 4 variety of nnts sue--

announce the U withdrawal of Mr. been equal In their dciru., would long bavo were token oil to Oth at par I pa>nient of old 7 Grant a President, and while ho says but, little I Politically Ihe Infuenc of such an enterprise orders. I have given, however, their exact substance as pecans, chlnqnepins, filberts, chestnuts,ws"

C. II. WALTOX POTTER, Mr- had the Western extension t ol the ago Improvement per cent bonds post due. .upon public matters, his reply. was as followsAll : I astounding It malL' Georgia the collectorand War and they unless should be on. file now In the nuts, hickory nuts,English walnuts ground jat
t appearing a Publisher. Capt lulcrnA -0- the country U good government. disburser of the results of a Continent's labor. Department they have since been re etc. Judging from our observauoo
want or plndars,
SAMUEL 5 Hum( uiulcr moved. I will
WHITING ) contract state further
I' at Editor-In- aJ course Is the Senate the 4th that the copies of *'
Chief in a short II\e clear hl.ow construction. We to see this workiu 0 Insl Senator Ol For General Grant personally, I entertain the I puts Savannah and Brunswick in direct water those orders to be transmitted by the telegraph we think these fruits are generally retailed
bt alutt. The new hnp IioIIt.introduced I bill for lue of learners b highest esteem. From the time I first met him communication w ith I sent by messenger to the Department telegraph about half the price charged at the north. W''

and that
editor bandies operation yet, before tweeQ rltsbugh Pelnslhail
Our readers pen like \tern as be is.- -----to o .-many 10nth. Feruaudlna, Fla Savannah, Ga, at City Point, la Ib05,1 have regarded, and still S PIuJlInncta Omba Ci", Nebrlkl St office by order of Secretary Stanlon. These believe sour apples Imported from the north i

In his Sailor have Life "been another favored with. "Incidents Appulllllurnl ol*. "I.r' for ..t'.. ocvcral European ports, carrying the Ills all regard him, a ono of the moE remarkable men Luis Missouri, tho whole of \k and the copies should also be on file in the latter office." retailed quite as low here aa there."
instalment
"W.
of >\hick emigrants, and receiving f
Cvuul .ur.. 1,0,0 annually for I have ever Ha possesses one of the rarest greater portion of in -*_-siaujzzns..SpeakIng-- -
let
they will receive next "cck. No lu the uudastood that the Governor hu carrying the sml.crl. GEOKGIA USTVEBSITT.-Tho Macon Uw &
chanl' I L appointed n1 combinations elements of chalt.'r of perhaps fact, capable ofsuppljuig! the w Tteyrop4 of Fertilizer*
pUt o the St111'1 take l'UC 1e are luUU.K It Eowciius as Clerk of Court for I ..- any man living. 1 do not believe li*w Iii be easily -_HI aIn rt' 'at"I I I of the 27th, has the following: vannah RifiMica*says: -The season for pistil
UPORTAXT F Il.i
k r . BALI. This berz'ftht { TO .UUIIU-TI miry uuju- iuttueueedmucleleaii lN by any person the Senate, on Monday, the 1st icst, Senator I "We regret to learn that Honorable A. H. lag U fast approaching and now U the dam tU

of \e Republican" party, w Uose organ itiropoees action part of the Governor ulll probably This is 1"ilt :'I beat yt LcJ He will act from the dictates of his own Judgment OhBOus offered &amendment I the Jon Stephens finds that the stale of isLe health will the planters to secure a liberaL) supply manuw

t )t (' t be, It will deal "iLk the Const nativa give rise to leII'ring l to test the question sustained a by enterprise Iho farmer thai luu be b'neroU1)I I and what he believes to b the line o his bill snaking apl'ltons for legislative, executive not permit him to accept the Chair of History, to In order to secure a good crop during the nt*

i I opposition fairly and justly We welcometiimim as to wh tlcr tero was a \acancy lu the ofUe South. Though in lu fourth 1ltcr Issue of the duty. I regard him a a man of great generosity and judicial expD of the government for which he was recently elected by the Board of We believe It Is well settled thai un*
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Into the now the fartatr year.
har-woke fkrni., uith Hiuranera The ft in tho caw are these: The Governor already taken stand In and neither stlrUh nor ambitious ; the )ear ending Jue 1870, providing the Trustees of tho Georgia University; and he is the present disorganized system of labor whW

of hearty I |>uig the n'UOeuJc Use removal of BAU. for reasons hiS literature a high the agricultural and nlagmly. that the words import sum ol t thousand dol lor the Surveyor further moved to decline by t desire to finish his exists In the South, the wisest policy to '"
uf the and bid
flU of the Btato and advancing iu material alleged and nominated U. BUTAX hU day, fair to a General Florida, and Ute work upon 'A Constitutional View commercW m
as
successor. of the Late of
\ reach the of when he said'Let us have r"ac. G"n Grout, aJJtonn sum of planter to Is. by me*ns
t prosjierlty.! Bo Art I let we ran agree houwr The Senate confirmed the nomination pi highest td ecdllc Send thousand five hundred War.' This ia a serious disappointment to pursue from the-iiri.1'
clerks the
DO more than other man, can have th fo lahi quantity
two for hwc\e any a year'* to inure,
ouch we differ In other matters. Birvati "its the dol Ib'pUon. Wm
may as record declares 1 office. friends of the '
l'I4 of University but manipulatea
And, It al thing as h might desire, The future of this ; we are gratified to eat possible area of Und. The
-ss- possible, _
I BALL, removed" Subsequently)', learning that Wlllg\ C therefore h still enveloped la 0- hear that the institution enters upon the wd Augu.*,by Me*"
) O. D E I the country ) great uncertainty year to thUcUy
> Tug WOHLD. Mr. aDo,
& IanEwN. ii Harts 'Ut bk urbn0 iUsTos MARBLE pre .
u.EJ disqualiflod of with envut.
and Agent of ISetuie I .s reason having been .- I AU the patriot at t South can do I h extraordinary prospects Increased Influence Wik x.Gibb.4Ccha acquired an
all the other
At Clerk of bought out of the
Eto the owners New
Court before
the war, the Udteruor TUB_ Yok and usefulness. It State pcS
STOCK the Feb, bear numbers of Oil
iu the
already about
\W&1c. f l a generous planters
now o city and will remain a dOlor so.Tb .- I nominated EpWABDa I Il t >tlf' Irhxrt 11 urU newspaper, and now its sole
Snitv \published In New Orleans and l U the Senate succeed hw Whore I Xu just n'he w"e notice aawbr o ankles confidence and 10ftUy times price paid for one-quant i the prpt.Tho two hundred undergraduates, and we hope will aTthebert manure for the price that

elm devoted the dlscuHlon of questions tend- I' of upon reconsidered the confirmation I tat read by every Farmer among development" exclusive of o I reach four or five hundred before the year baa be obtained anywhere. It h. been very Wg
t BBTAN but real
took "
no action oa the ftOO any '
I nomination I them, Prevention Diseases Animal, m ette passed.
I f IeZ t the development and prosperity 9! the of j> Ani lila among The Wvrld U con&secdly of ____ couunendedby.UrgeiiumUrcthemotensive
\ >aa succcsoor. The OlT TiLE one the ablest and 1-
is
ffoath. The number question !| "l'ltato and Spaying flogs, .Treatment of l'LEu.ua u.A ltna-lkp as well M the most ucc bfUl punter
frith Jau DE&OW enters upon the Did lh icconslderatiou of BUYA!'* cuu rmution I I bows dug Irecuancy" .Fog Stock," resCDtaiive CUlt of the 1st District says te 8. bt newspaper In t I'uiLed States. I I tuc- The Augusts Chronicle Jt Sentinel, says the Savannah State of the SOUt1t.Yssacris .''
commenced empire
I r New M. the eo11 restore BAL? Some contend that I did,while otheR I .Culling gleaming Feed0 Feeding Horses lonuuh AiiiM, hoiabillbefore the House 0 KeprcaenUtives cess within the last Uo yesat h b UP'aUlUo Sews, publishes the names of the twenty- the
'I .and perhaps no prl-! hoi J! that did not, and that the :: appropriating one hundred forty We should rejoice to see the eight hundred Ssv4.1jzjga.Tbs
1 I cal bu Ibis length of time i consequently Distemper in Ilorses, I Paying Farming I I hat ao-callod citizens of Augusta, who t-s TUE
ut
I I influence or been relied upon exrci authority te theeiflie I office It vacant and may b fed by Executive appoiulmcnL II I] ," Grabs Ki. Horses," "The Various thousand dollars to remove ohtcL from the every voter'in the._ ct. petitioned Congress to put Georgia back under publican of Tuesday saj' r 0'

extent' the over.the t This i eUdeutly the view ten by I Breed o/Callto"a & Varieties oGecae," &nnu river We suppose te chance tor Jii>cE or TaE Si'ruEXE COCKT OT NEW Yens military government, and whose petition Mr. There are at present 85 *eUta Pit TI'J5's

l! to its 8 NomercLaat Jlt or malkr pttulUr Governor. The removal ol BAU. ..a accomplished "Colby or Scotch Shepherd Dog," I Treauuentof *& t i i but I U certainly one which, KILLED.-Judge IL O. WAUUUIX.E, of the Su Sumner lately presented to the Senate. Nearly which are loadiag 6 **<* >pOt hu lbs

pge iuterestud bUe man fact w hen the Senate cooflrme his successor e.s during Calving," Raising Dairy Stock." in t t importance 0 the trade of Savannah prenteCoartoNew TorkwsskilledlsstWeti. all the name* were signed Ith a X' and the list show a heavy increase over last 7d1r.Wt;] .L
-no plnt o pewoo io te growth and the after on the I "Swelluid the commerce the take did umber loading for foreign POI
uoin- not contain the of the
ncr Olu."CWhk" e" t o cl.lo nesday at Burgen tunnel, by names prominent vhUe was "
and o cif the country without it being by a the aggregate in port e'
ota there
t. The of WL. prescou b a good .laln aUCr tC DatU could not. It is ; j'eeLmeu l'o a. l Ad preceoVactt 0 uuuy a I appropriation passing train of canHe was a ot of Hon. Radicals of Augusta. Very lev of petitioners At Ne Orleans i on the
presence ) restore llsu, tr the reason that e&ci N whkh were known the CKrtidi vesaehI uumbebonnl
"cUHeads aC t on:1 rU p0 HULAM WAUUUDOS. ; expresses the opinion 119 4whIch "
opportunity for / of|he Jlrcit_ I Cl1 whik
t. a required the concurrent sellout I -- _0- that less than two hundred of the twenty-ail or 10 oft ; ports; wtore a

.&4 the .time tu b.he there a ere nwnyyh I of the Governor and $ a tvrwur tu 1-I -- ---- C Col' A Washington oVpilch says that Gen I .Van .BortkU says the 6irt> or fifty Coogrca&men twenty-seven hundred negroes, whose names appear sisows a list Title a-iellS 15 a fV C55VP'aofihe

I this section- .In01 their Ib;rTptlonsAocordiog toate rind the l i cu ll i a. &wel Tt' reported discovery o a il1 car Vnuu has l'rta.Lu rfiienatlfn .G going oat uexl March a only anxious : oa the petition, are residents of Augusta or for areigu b.cilities ports.OeTdd by SaYa1
irg question swat k L-lir.l, U'! turned put t > the Army and will tender It J"M't logo out with full pocket, and lobby
r ad ecri u ivatej.TbcaasvC. 1s < tt knows there. The that wall
late telegraphic di p tches )Leoad's ioo l,1' b. t Jtltl hl a million dolUrs bU b4 bole thing appears to have conclusively prOPs'e'
h< Al -> k
Uw
n* !"
t ftj of'
rlnf a v"i4 at ic 'il week, the day after \.ct' t beta fraud, $ of our *ttch&flL5
t 1 a Republican : a oi the moot Infamous character par
blasted the I nothing more
bopee are entirely U l : bagC C'r'---- f TcopsOlaci 1 Anvcsinn > c aii frj focld inch "
vtetta de-aeat f and. tie IVuun (1t) .. it 'its J ti-tags. I r f 1 0 (1 1& w b ertJ t te material o tone M only the WOe perjoier" could State, and SaTannab thai *-
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lan & ()t have coK.iv.4 an.4 carried c*. us. iouLb.


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Dad p.r JtonteI MInority lteprea.nlatton i -= --- -
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rf iglit.11 of the Florida Ball Road nrc The Select Senatorial Committee on Legislative -11 bIIYYU0R Li : OF SUNDRIES JANUARY 12th 18G

O1 raiscworthy n. effort to Increase the bnsl- I Reform have reported bill which embraces LARGE ARRIVAL .

g II and are meeting wlth no the provisions of distributive ballots and minor)
( 'a.-
i incir RoRd ty repreentationwhicb have been the subject ol ----.a-- I a
I \ between Mo- ,
VCes& A line of Blcumcrs tho WorkT
occasions for
advocacy on severs! HATS
I' reJfir Key !bal been In operation some years past. The committee, comprising among W. H. WILSON fc BRO.ARE FRESH ARRIVAL OF FAMILY GROCERIES.

I"1 good bu8incsa and taxing (beR others, Mr. Huckalcw, chairman, and Messrs. CAPS

"* doing Utmost capacity to transport Morton and Wade, met In Senator Morton's parlors loW RECEIVING AND HAVE IN 8TOBE1000 -...
"imrt to Its on Thursday night and had a thorough and .
i1. both ends of the RoAJ.- agreeing of views which culminatedin UMBRELLAS. ) yards Anjtjsla Sblrlnl. !\ 11.0.1 Cot Join*
wrifng comparison
hi IWO MlortcJ numlicrt.Southern .
d t Sea lbs. Athens Far Thl'ad. WILSON & BRO. .
\V. K.
I'.5.5etTorts| have been started lo induce it the unanimous recommendation of a bill hose l.1 l)8beelh11', tow) palM lloip and '< hole, for ()Ccnt, l.idlr nnrt f

Columbus, Oa., and New York, purport Is, that In all elections for electors and PARASOLS, (Jrorgla and Tennessee tlalil. A StrlpM, Children, CONSISTING"inpnrtof "
bcHtwiJ Fernandina. The Columbui representatives, each voter shall cast as ninny 1000, Bleached Shlrtlng, (lom.uul LoneIMc Wbllo, Red and Hrty F i.nntls! a..rled'llllll.) 1 AV NOW I IN UTOUK': \ I1'I.tNDl ASSORTMENT OF CHOICE GROCERIES, :
B.if Key and ballots as there are candidates, all for one or one CANES ( Ac., Blenched t1heelnj. md 1'lllow HOlc.I. .1 L v'-
& refers W this new route : for each, which will make the men chosen pro. 3m>0 CMIcocs, Bed Tlckn hlrtlnff, Itftllibnt Fins Shore Mackerel in Kitts and ) Scotch arni1Roej..r
(
10UU Tweeds, Jeans, .Ae for Mona' end Boys' Irish I.mon0, ToadsVlmitn5 i Brrc, Lbtcr
r\I ., are route.referred It to la the by advertisement way 01 Fornanf" of. portionately the measure represent of their majorities real strength.and minoritiesIn This bill &c., &c., &c., Wear, Hoops, {'orsete, ..". and (4ents I l. C. 1,1.r.. llcrriiiff..kortiiern Uurctl Ham?, 15rcakfa! Bncol. U. Mess rork;':. ,.., .

'"' dins Flnrlrtn Atlantic! coait l, by the FlorlI" w ill not bo hurried nor is it expected to V>e put The of Planters particularly our flock of Host Butter, Buckwheat, Uice, Meal, Crackers, Nuts, Dre -
nit connects with the Barnett through this session,but it will pass it II believed, -ATBETTON'S .I'nl! eale.llo Aptilcx, IJaitl in nn<.\ Pippin Apples, Dessicateil Cocoanut *4Ovxlfish

I1IMmrn,! ;I on the river. By It through before the forty-first Congress and the next Pres IRON AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Onioni, Country Syrup Crushed, Granulated !'ow.I ..,

i 11 :. from Columbui and all polnlg ident Is chosen It is regwdcd as tile most jiit HAT HALL In which we can present t"eh'o'arl.llel of lion, Colllr.i ft t.. '. hr c.! Thn-ad, Rope f r l'lo.ghi tiered atul Brown Sugars Rio and Java Coffee Black
lIdChaltahOOClu'C Flint and Apalachlcoll\ and thorough measure ever sought to be prattcd Llnra, ., Ac ,\c.e ,
ChwlMtOD. New York and on to our system. It Is due t,) say that the leaders and Urccn Ten Unrdner'l, Harrison and Highland .:
V&vnnith, of each favor its We tho CASH SY T11M( ntv1ia) < all (Joo.U (for CVli, 1
i-clpal; Northern and Eastern cities and party cordially provisions n'ST.\tnsl| ot-crato strictly upon : i ( City Flour, &e., fcc., &c.
I Wa.". C-*. .V: jf:: U'orW. '
will connect Fernandlna Goods f '/i Will nlv : e gnarnntcc to Cuntoitiors, to
IIrooo at TA"
Blonmcrs
___ .. ._ ___ al. "
_
Vork nnd other ports. Insurance Is very Or at least lirul out what his l'ricenrc (1"< LOW as can l he bought in tlii Market. 30 Bbls, Best Planting Irish Potatoes, Goodrich, Peach Blow, &c.
cotton to New York
rOUgh rate on THE LVMBER Tutor..-There Is at present a *
inner The 100 pounds, other places In propor. great demand for lumber for shipment, but unfortunately hefore, purchasing elsewhere. Give us a Call before Purchasing Elsewhere I if All of which will tir .oU a low ai can be bongtit In this mirkot.January .

"T Lc classification and the other churROs nscarcoUy of logs which it is feared 11, 1<\ t

tinlntlie advertisement. We hope tbis may occasion the stopping many of the milk Feb 0, 'fl'liT! February 0. 1-W9. 87 -

-ill be liberally encouraged aa It is IInpor. one or two having already been compelled to -

nnd shippers that tlic'y have close for this reason Messrs. Alsop & (Clark I '.
II. "
Ii merchant i. i w HiioiK
I in"in lines and none can exist without patl. vi,e notice, howe\'cr\\ have a large stock on ham), Alliance Steamship ip Line .. .. ... ... ..111"1.. T.-E 3NTOT7IOJI3I

.. Through bills given also to New Or. and arc running their mill day and night,averag Warrock & Broomc

I I. E. O'Kecfo agent at Columbus, I. K. ing 40,000 fret per day, and employing from 40 DE YEEN .-- ...-..- -
i.t, Sew I York.I to 00 men; tly, are now loading, at their wharf ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
one brig and three srhnoncr At the Railroad
N. Orleans and Florida Ports
advertisement thatliner ( \.
rifircncc to the we see w twoschooncrs, are loading wIthery vnlua HKE elHotJ.

i is guaranteed to and from Now York bio lumber from the mills of Geo. F. Drew A Co ... SCOTT.
POOLE &
r renl.. and to and from Savannah and of Ello\'lIIe.-J.vk"mri/l" I'/iim, 27tt. I I \\TI 1.1. prutliv In rumitlfnof 11111"1, ,
p I I v .Miill'un, I l.ifiyrtlr, Tn I ,
) t11""lnr. l'I
1,'" .'I u 1 per= cent.iforniiilion t'r TilE \\\\'En.-Haing had occasion lo mike TlfVrumrs I I I u in W u. NIIMKIII niul liin.il, nml,"I In tinynprinu1, ,

of our renders, we glvr the 1\ trip up the river, as for as Wclakn, wen ere A I'nurt oftha I !tat,., mid in the I'nlteil tfl UK" ('our
I schedule, of freights: both surprised and plcnccd nt the change on HEPATIC mm I nt .11,' oon\ ,' im.l rallnliiMur., ..-..
in cither shore. The lands are 1 living settled up and .,'h 9, INItt.\ '.MlfNotico

IlIBiirnU nOM JiEW YORK TO COIfMBfl. the many neat cottages erected arc ocular prixift

l-alian, ximt, ell ty Central Railroad? of 6'i.ite that the new settlers have lajtf m well A* enter f PIUS t.I E. eolnpofcd of the r"lIowihIIIUI.' in Bankruptcy. JANUARY 1869.
)prise. Orange trees are extcrtK.ely platited'aliile A to sail from New OrlrtutoTenfaeola THEY COnE DYSPEPSIA
ships every f.iturd-ir: f l I. iilvo nutlrr tlml, Ilia UlliiltrnfI ,
,, f 3 00Id the old groves at Mandarin, Kicolala 1'al.itka II Apnlachlco'' \lorh., Cater l Kara, "" ., pills If on
> Ass NtLII' I I l .\. | l liI I ts, .i vnrrinl in Iliinkriiplc,
cla & ? IOcIa. and beyond are healthy, tlonrMiW, and, produc- sad Key \Ve.t 111'llIh'r. I. \ )
Tampa
...I..m',1 l itt: Ih.1, "t..lr or ,, 'I' ict, ..-. -- -
... 1 flO ti\r I'alatka has Increased rnplilly ami thc.ft'l.l la "AU.1AXCK," I .nr. STOMACH AND LIVER. ur Virinnim,,', In I IK c mintof TII"'lhll) (Halt
Iic1M. 1 *; solid neatness about tip, 1,111'hit'h) K'tokensthrift .f Klorlth hn hts, "',',, n.ljmlirnl),, a on
cln.. 1 25 I and prosperity, 'llir hotels nil long the !."rACCA," I.. II. I l.i'HIH..T..I., 1is "I I'lllllun.t That I the imjnirnl,,)Itk'lrl.Ir an.trh. ASVI E INTEND) 1'UoM: ) I THIS I DATU[ To( ADOPT) ) THE "1"

cbt.R, 95Ui rivir arc crowded and) there Is scarcely private 11 FLOJUIJ.O'I.HIIT.! jln AU Rk'5Vl'ittt. 0' t" ,11,11,, t I .II\'ef ofiin)' |.Yup.rty "" II .
cia! 1'5I house lilcli is not full of boarder The new 11 DUDLEY BUCK" |I'' J. 8tiSHIM.Htmnirra : t& H r> i o .A. r. FACULT'. 1.n""II., hl\nr[ fur ,Im 1111', nnd I tin, !ritiftnr uf
\
I iclas.! : .., C5li settlers are more than pleased with their new leave New OrUiins t ery 8aturc! >tr. a i>f limo i,',rcdltura,, are '"rhllI'1,by llnnkrupt law ; that, OA. IS II JS Y S T7; 13 3VE ,

.class', 50I locations and further Immigration is sure to fol! fling, ft. Marks every \\rdnndny cvcnlmr, for.Key inoi.: iAiN co.. In m111 ill% tie ned, to ," 1.111 ur ttlura .
t II KltOM SAVANNAH AND (IIttll.E TO.V.rd'clftss low. Lands are appreciating, and wiling rapidly. \Vc"t and Hn\iiniiA via Cediir Kel and Tampa.Hflarninff : I .uluni-ca) t.I l hla r.tlle. t ) ) m'uiirlur

f1 7. There Is scarcely! a Mate, hut Iw got its representative Marks leAte 1I1el.I.lliuunnn, e,enln terra for' TuriJur New (irlMr and tll Dl I .4qiIyri. .1 H 1910K. Ilnkfllrl. to tie h"""II, II h..nl 11.'ha..... "drforeI l: will nay to nil tlioso \\h" 1iui: H every ) ({ ""T
1 85i on the St. John's rh'rr.-I,' Apalni'hlcolu" and Petipatol.Connecting I I Ki'glaier. I llm. !ld tI1 .'ehrllat), I nlioit n rnjitiini'inoc: dftln-ir "'1"101, ami l ly making our business
All. I ; at I lOu'iliiik, \ M..vi.r.x
i! cln', 05h -- regularly( at 81. Murk*, wild tin1 Till.I''n. Manufactured by C. F. PANKNIN, IMI : r (; ) .
< 7.1 l'ovMt"stcrjHi! TO .\L*.n.UI v.-The Uovirnur A ()*.. and Kla. Central Rillruidi M.It ,
'claM class, IKii has appointed; Hon. Sin). I'urman Mr. D'ke.allli 1'ha public m.yel) on lhi line for t'fhtilllt.. < cnn t ASI irsiitT, t'.I. M. ill l li\ 8.",I.. 'I I II... ol i,, EXCLUSIVELY CASH.o

clas.S! 00 Dr.) Morniruc,as Commissioners to \i-Alabama, dl'patcb Ult A 1 IjKMTd X. ".l'. i lniiMiri.lKil I | and M e.ectIger.nf.I ,
i nud! Ith the officials relative to the r W. PERKIM, arPur isle I:r.-vpwiee.'tS .
40 confer w cession /1"11' Itt 8,
lib (cbs, Affenl" New Orl.... I 1) :aI
:'ii' ela is, ;io of West Florida to that State A. UB.NIIAM, Eel> u, Ui. 17-ly ". will tin ablo to tlll with iilinnit cxorjthing nccdud nliont a IIOIIHO or plantation
Wu have no Idea that anything will 1x consummated IIUllIy
2"lrUROfOII A.nt.III.llhrh. -- Notico in
I Hi39. Bankruptcy. email on tutu
toward the actualelin, Floridaof at n 1'1
by .'luiI : CU ...., I '
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RATES 01 fOTTOS. !Important portion of our Slate and ono of rpllISIa I I to gi vu ittIe Hint' mi th. t.Vh lnv of
$l S'inon L A. L). I sits, a a arrnntnrUnnkrni'itcywa TAI.I.AIUIHIII, Jan 10, 'UU. lit
Tho
\lork.licrlOOlbs., the best harbors on any Southern const. I /neembnr.
1 25 PYRAFUGE I IPYRAFUGE ;IIIII"t Ibo I'ulule of Hubert Hall,, of .
-, Floridian,In an able article on this *uhJ jrr', fully In I lie county of C""t.dl'o. and alamo or -
Unlnry
..Jelphla 1 25In expressed the views of our people we iK'licvc. OJyGDENISON'S. JOHN
Florida, who .burn ailjuilgrd 11 lank'DI't. on his, PRATORIUS
1 80lenc We may have some remarks on Important own iirlUlon : That the I'.)11'1' and
*, t 00 subject by and by.-&ntintt!, l-'tb ftli the delivery nf any prutirny' hi'lunglng al, such
--- .-- Innkrul'l. to him,, ur for lila, net smith Ibo Irnnxfcr MERCHANT TAILOR
TUB SESTKNCB of death pronounu'd against hy him, ire fiirhlddni .by law ; that ,
nipposc by this time that the wonderful Smart Walker Bill Morgan and McCall for a nicclliiif 10) rrol"r, rreillliir. uf ald' llunkrupt.' to I
effected by the Pyrafuge" Is town andry tho Waldo murder, has been commuted by tho prove Ihi'lr douSe suit In chiinnc one nr 'Inure IIMIHII- HAS JUST OPENED AMAuNI1InnN'r

talk, for to our own knowledge tome of pardoning board (cbilsting of the Governor ei Attorney-General Supremo Judges) to Imprisonment to bo hulden at TulliiluiMup, before, I n. Itlch- BTOCK
"oral ca cs of chill fever, fever and ajuo, and for life and the prisoners have been anile) Register, nn Iho:1: | day nftVlirnary, A. l). ItOU.at \ .
10 o'rloi, .\. .
>iguc, have boon entcrely cured. No case, sent to Chattahoochce. These men w ere convicted AI.EX MAfiRI'OEK, -or-

rcr obstinate, can resist the health and life on the testimony almost soli ly of one of tho t' M iifNnrtlirrn, 1'1-1.t nflle.l'Tf .
fleets of this great medicine. Purliea principals the murder, anti the principnt murderer I. 't I Ulu'nl.' LADIES FA14It1NT1'1'\ GOODS
,
c'lCoped.-IU.I. PYRAFUGE I I I l>"p"l' ) M irrluil emit) ,
have had chills for a year steadily day by Feb. .\.lllV.
tailed Tux coso of Fannie Wood, smteiicctl nt the ._: 1'J I UK OFFERS TO IllS CUSTOMER
medicines
nml with whom all other -- -
LOOK !
LOOK WHICH
last term of the Madison Court to be hanged on OUTI OUT1 frkuili uu the tuoat reasonable term.,
liccn restored to health by the use of one the 22J January which was brought up to the Notice in Bankruptcy. enll.I.Unl of

elt. Pyrafugc." This tnedltlne acts at tho Supreme Court on appeal, has been dismissed rplllfl la 10 glee notice.( Hint un the 8IHli day of LOOK LOOK OUT! !

time 11 a tonic, stimulating and giving in and tho prisoner remanded for sentence at the _I. 1.1'lemher. A, I n. I ISIS,n warnini In llnnkruptcy OUTI Cloths,

lie, whllut tho clillU and fever Is entirely next t"rm.-J.-.--- "-.-., In the cnnnty' t llm'of mluloof I.i-on,nail ItliMoy tllilo M.leurr.uC loril., Cassimeres and

'atcj from the lyitem. Its healthy cfleets I With feelings of regret we chronlclu tho death A SURE AND POSITIVE CUREFor Condition PowdersHORSESJOLES who .bonn adjudged a lilkrll.l.. un his |un.tltlon '
Attention I II Is 8uwannce : That thai payment dc.la and the do.Ihvs'ry 11'.uln.Ibo C'oiniloilou.| Vos tings
1 after the first tcaspoonfull. of Mr. Jacob C. Moore former editor of the of ,
any properly .
'Ih U.mkrnpl Gives a lucy Glum to tho >'
!110 Llppman's celebrated chill and fever News and recently appointed Ta-Col- CHILL FEVEK FEVER AND AtilE, and 1 "a to him, or for hIs use, belunll'l, ,' of any limp- lall'"
residence A Itubjr lIngo to th Mn. whIch he I I. prepared to manufacture la the best
his
lector for Columbia county, who died at arty by him, are forbidden hy law; and that a mnrt- |
lee, and ho challenges ft single case, nor on Friday morning last, at 4 o'clock In DUMB AGUE.PYRAFUGE. leg of tho lrodU"r of.aid Bankrupt, to their Itvuinvt'l all IlloUlica and I'n rllrl." ninnncr. Ills workmen areas good) a* can be fuanilInlbeciinnlry .

of what standingto try this medicine and the 34th year of hlsago. Mr. Moore was a printer doMe and ono or mur., A.IJI"e.I'rov, hlantat "The heat In the World." Nov. ll), '6$., diva 14 HIM A TaiiU.

iticfllcacy. And It Is great pleasure for by trade having served his Unto In the Tallahassee *, will fan luild at a Court uf 1'lkf'II.lo. bobohl.n .. m ___ _ a
Sentinel (thee and previous to time late war at Tnllnhnmcr.)' bifnre I n. ,
well as A satisfaction and pride, to point to Cattle and Hcgs on the third day uf Cobrnnrv, A. I n. al ten
"II.
tide springing up In our midst, and oneitiing Published tho Peninsular Gazette at Mlcannpy, I o''oc' A. H. AI.EX. ( "COSTAR'S"BEAUTIFIER CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. .
He was editor and proprietor of Uio A,. fir Coiifhn, i .b.. "I AjIWUIK II I. V. H. M. of ,, MAUU'lnl.1.. --
virtue than of tho nO".lo,1 "h. 11.1
so much greater any Lake Press after thoIr.I.'ll',' ClIO I'rf !
I City I' ll w ">ln>, rue;, by H. I. 'IIIIITTI.
'runs quick pjiysio now afloat. Wo are pos Ja"tlorr 1.10 '..n.r.1... lhimuIy U. Marshal' .
Burft'll, Lund I.'.,. >ml ill 4aemel I' ?; Tallahassee Pen & Georgia
<
frora lie high recommendations seen and I -S....- Incident H tb_ ..hue. Muruitwl to do v.i. V.l' J1 ,
of tho that It Is destined to A Massachusetts savant writes a long communication all limit la clalm.4 ft* Ibem U inu ar Pyrafugc ciTed
Doe. sot Cure all till flesh I Is heir to,but dot .I.s10oll Notico in mo- -
to prove that August II is the true '* Bankruptcy, T
the first position for tho chills and fevcrti la .. 11
Christmas day. rapid core b/ I. I'> glee on the IHik) dny nf Florida Centarl Railroads.
become world wide lor 1'111 u"I"o.lbut
i reputation twill .._- II"fln ', A. I n. "on' In llnnkruptcywna Bittor-Swoot and Orange Blossoms,
lll.
.vcr used, It will speak for Itself and when O. M. DENISON, Issued against the of Wm. T. Juek.on, nf

". far West they will hOAr of Pj refuge,1' Ml. Judith Ru.\, of New Bedford writes : I CHILL FEVER, FEVER AND AGUE, COLUUDC8, --who, In Ibo, county) of Hamilton, and rUule of ( .1, 1..10. 11.00-.Thrc. fur I'].((10.KXHI l. ION .
C.
have been afflicted with severe pro.UM.lng crampsIn I'lorldit, hi been adjudged a him
on
,r Forest City" will be known through tho limo lalkrl/'I./ ( Ilnll, .wi.I|111 mm day In N. Y. Ttty.t ) AFTER MUNUAT. NOV. 80th, 1861,
limbs, cold fu>!t and bands, and a general own pcllllnnThnl .payment 1. nnddfllvory \
uilo of the Wonderful Chill and Fiver my M. LIVELY, Druggist, nf ) h II ink t J- All HrUiKl"t liiTAI.I.AIIAHSEKailllt.tra.ldrn .. Train on time Itollroada will ar-
use disordered .y.tcm. Wlillo '1.ltlng.omo friends In -."inDUMB al'l.r.\K'rl\ belonlh/ oi' rise .1 amid leave the aefnral Blallou. at tbe boos
,
"
WHOLESALE) AGENT COB( ... rupt, to him n.e, .. of any tjriSTAIt; N 0. HI), frothy Ml N. V.
:lao Depot at Llppman's Drug and Paint PLACATION DITTSB, .11. below the nurSing
New York who were u>ing property by him an forbidden by law limO a ninrl o.lod. C'unipaiilea bo."e.

.SiirannaA Republican.C they prevailed upon me to try them. I commenced Veb2W.) __. 96.rmTo __ _.- I lull of the C'rcditore\, uf said Itankrupt. to I'ro\'o lIsa Hereafter rlht|( ,.r'lboof'OI. at on.Ih. .

---7' ; I with mall wine glass full after each meal. Fed- ACUE. II bit their e.lalo debtii, will a"III, bo hold choose at a one Court or l..ro llnnkriiplcy ie'slgiiir., | ,' to(if ceo Uitllroad will run oa ,Mondayi rn Wedneedayeud T.U.hu

liua been electedr log better by degrees, ia a few days 1". astoo- be boldnii, al Tnllnliuoee, before. It. n"b."o. Keul.tcr .. Krldaya.IfrclKbt .
of Pvnsacola. Tho Aldermen chosenMehsr shed to fed the coldness and cramps bad entirely Renti on the third day of leh"r'L 1"11 at tenIOu'Iock and Acconiinodutloo Train will leave I
AND the MOIB vf '.nlb.b..e tar at 5 A, II. oa Mondavi,
A. M. ( : (. JIIkuntUI.
{ *. Humphreys, Athcrlng, ClmuJUviihrc left me and I could sleep the night through, which 1 \ lott, l'rly to U. ilanhul, nf Northern Olxt. of I'l k Wednesday .. |,| ( at JackaoBvllle
t Ramirez and JIunn. W. :) \J had not done for years. I fuel like another being. toU. gO. W. SOITT. I by 8. Tiuiirrru, at 7.OH' I'. M. IleturnlDI. wiie.,. Jackuiuvllle it,
Webb
Wy C
'lly| was} elected City Clerk, F. E. dc la Run/ \y appetite putt strength have also greatly Improved Jsnuarj2)i) .l'l. :1.1--- Fete 2. "Deputy. U.8. Ainh.l.nd L Mess.tiger.' !OliTU.. <4'oraii 101. 'I''. .'.r... 4 striving ill t A. M.at on 1'ullnha.au at 1.hDrd..0 f. .. and Hatardiyi,
PYRAFIJGK ---
bj the use of tbe PLAITATIOS BITTIRS. t" :Jt '
Treasurer, Josrph Wyer,Tai-Collector Rooms to Rent. ___ | V".I h'fff, A" g. \II! J l'u*.tuiffr 'I'ru'' ...Iaei.:

.r MeCaakey, Manual.u XAONOI.IA. WATIR. Superior to (lie test iu-: Notice in Bankptoy. "Kill I HIM I I lull XVI I I n"IIaIPllbOdlo Leave Julncy. . ........... 3 00 P. M.
----- : KOOM8, ) & OT' hue i ; lrliUt dflan got a ". or.'Costar's' Arrive lUhoaaee. ... .
ported Geruiiu Cologne, and sob at half the prlie. la now UUnjj the plaeu ol *11 intent Medicine', 1)1.AUST WITI fIM'r.l'I.AII pills Into gIve day of "
I MAUKET YESTKKDAT.-By reference to at tbe l"ocr IlIu. AI'I'I'lU) ) tb.1 1 Ducrmbur. A. I). 1KUH, a warrant In Bankruptcy l I..n Talluhaa.ee. ft til
and a prcinlaca.. luaurd the of lasso U. of Leave Monllcullo. .. ... ...... TOO "
ommcrdal column says the Savannah lit- Jolloory,1. I'U 35-1 m I i Uulucy. In aloillo .101.of Cad.d.n. and .Ir.of Corn Solvent Luave Madl.oo..... ........tuB 'iLines
,', ,nt the 5th, It wIll be seen that yesteriranactlon lJtci1\ otiCt1 Florida, who bM been adjudged a Bankrupt on hi. I Live 3.26 A. W.Ar.lvoa'tn.no.b. .

wcro tho heaviest of the season = REVOLUTION For Rent own pellllon, of. Thul the ';,ayment., any dLl..andthedullvery all.l III ur
being 4,273 bales)and at tho highest tlg.o ;; jj; ; : ''It. to him or any I.r property hi. n.o bll..na1nl,, |o.' of allylroh'm'rty 'b"D..d. "I u. 1,1Al : .,. Luke. (1'. 4M "
Attention I ) "
Vigilant Co. 081
LOT alluitod on (iud.d.u Luave
\ him, forbldilen' law
(the season. The day'i work was extruor HorSySl by are by t thai I Rmtluif DrugKlaU acllit. 1".II.
15 tDi J\ the residence of Vullr T.LLAIAIKt 1.1 A. M.R'nmeeugrr .
of Ibo Creditor of said to Arrl.'L .ck.on'll.
1. in view of the general indisposition of -- .b.tl..t Alu a food Ino. Apply to O. /f" 1 .Ieidl and to choose ono or .lkrDlt.ANlluee..r l'rov'I"elr hi. OrtitdrrM'T'iMTAIt, '. IDCniahy') Ht, N. V. I '.'ra'.. (AeSog ,t'.gi

r- 'n pay tho high asking rates. The finer 5gT There will Lo meeting of the unwt. Wi. $. C. nlale, will ha held at a Cour of buboldiualTallnhuMOi *
.I.n. I"f, I,. Leave J .... T.15 P. U.
Richard. ltgi.ttr, ..
a Fire Co., at their lUH.oa I Practice I | .knll. .
oulj be obtained nor even Independent
i scarcely Vigilant of I '
Physician's "- tIM
History on Ihe third day > February, A. U. I lii'U, n( li'n |II.v.l .
1-onu line of Liverpool ml
foo'I'n terms. Tho staple certainly went o'clock. House Augustine.! I I t. 8 M. Northern I' .01. I Uave. Llva.. ( .. 5WA.M.5U "
", III liuHl 4'oiHiurHfr.i by H. L.TIUU1TII), .
'l'-jnlnjr' ( )'CiIt'rdll.anJ think wlll1.ecp By order ot the Captain.JAMES t .Flty I DYSIRMILZ IVKWNG 4'j, Deputy C. H. Mar.lml and N...nui, r l Leave. Aoll..lu...... ..,.. .. '.M" ,
u> lilY Ot coune the rrporta from Liver- U T.\YLOR. BcentaijFeb. It St. Augu'sIuo.p&rtly( turuIaisedis) Ir j,, bet : t"". :J1 Arrive ... VV7 *
U. '00. CT-lt fared fur ruit from lt of May, If applied fur moult.Adlree' '"COSTAR'S"Standard ,; LruveTalUlmn.rr. lI.n "
"nil New York favorable and wrvd .
were J. M. YAEI0BAKS I Arrheal ( UIDC.I1.t.'SA. VNl.
Notico in
I' tit Impetus to the market. Leon Lodge No. 5 I. O. O. F. Jan IU. I-W\ M-4t .ld.oovlio Bankruptcy. Murk 'rrul.-I'r.'a.1 and AcOIUIUU '
lo live nollee.' that on the IMHh d. of lie.
--- ---- i : 'j'IISI. > .- tl.M Il..tum
DIWICVL- o is Forever! '. A. I). I**, a warrant lljiukniptcywaa Preparations
i"' IT or STOOK-BAI I-NPEB "A Thing Beauty a Joy 'I .
1'1'I .10.00 U.Arrlvuatxt. .
UPBuKTUiujc reuiludi-tl thatthee. 'I luued Kalnil the male of M., of TalUliiuaee A.
Thc AugusU Press says rearing s.!Ino In or LeoD And that thing li, wtibout iawllon| ---. hi the county of (iacUileu..I. .of .. \ ,.
will b* Regular MeetIng t1 .
a
rtvi-.n Is a difficult business. They arc gone Lodi|* No. S, II Ib.I LocI,. 11oo11I. tbts WONDRfUl[ rEVR MEDICINE 0 I C I H E EIi U 11:1:1.1:1: : : 'IiN4)'N I 'Florida"petition, who .I,..u tIme ailJuJned p.yuieut a U..kru.\u.00 .hi.OWB AUK Arrive I.eiivv til. TalUUuMte M.......... ..... 1.10 9 00 P."W.

>>u ..- tho owner lo ca sight of them. Theo litolog,at T o'clock. .0. .
of
Improved Sewing Machine. I tbe.ci. ) any Irpcr'l .........
.
Jcua Dviism' X. U.fILLIP i
seen was tied to a stump with a lung Bi or..r rupt, or for and the transfer of any
"' as to give It the benefit of range, but the WALTBtt.Fobrutrj Ret' the nine jltto to It If all ,Uo ham naM II and property by bits, are forbidden by law ; aid that' a ill( 'o lar'." I Uat: I Koncli: .' ., KitcrininiitorH.: I our cuiintetlotis at lIt Mark for Havana Key
t.l&e'J. who ditrel"d the label but call It -- Ua.UUI..r Ihe iredllor. of laid Buukrupl, lo I""Y \Vcil, Taiupa) I'enucohi. Apolachkoli and New
lit >,t""r. or some other force, broke the and lo cbooM one Off more ailiu. of .. I (irl ji). ore >ur. every Wedueaday, Elghliteuav
'\ > .ggy closed up the stock-raking ao'i WliniNo, at the HaguH UlO.U the bt f.Ute, will be hiLl at a Court of BuukrupUy, to 1'.,lar'A" I 11,1! I Huj 1.u'rlilltoU: I era per, inunlh ply hetwevn New Urleaua and llaiiulouthlnirataU >.
'I'K holdrn at Tall.huwe, before U. Richard ItticUUr I the iittcruiedlate .
ttvticnun $ .1.1 accredited Agent fur Florida- Sedan \ polnia o e
...-appears to he a misunderstanding tw THE ONLY TRUE MEDIOINE cut through her wil be promptly attended lo, and ttVlotk on ,lit third iU> of tebrnarv, A. II. I"-*, al Uu i14( ',,Ia'," (nnly |1.m.re.) Insect 1'owdor. I I "..1h.) .U each city every week, thai giving uat we k.
CllI'tIIr A. M. ALKX. vtluu tech
o\r' freedmen and the same- they mncim a*** in.Jan. AAIHlfE/ ly iiiiui way
U, iit r'o of I I. VI.. ROBERT WALKER.

'.-._ SALE for lli'ar Co.p....... 1. 2t I U j"'lyl. 5y '. L TI "I'I.M.eo..r. Only luUlllblc liiiu Uu. known." 1, 'U3. WALKER.iien'lHaprrlotcaoeek. 14-tt .
r.hlliaod
I
\ "1' MEMms. IlnEcctSBirx-.e ASD BESJA1 l>V THE IVIt.: Pleasant : P.S.I" /11.I *0 1" yes r. ..l.l
1 nuiu THE COJliI'EDJlI4cl'-Tbpre are a few School -- Uoie .ml Flails m. uf.ctored dally."

'i'.,n rt ted with the ewjape of General Bntk- Pensacola & Georgia R. R.rpHE -0'fiE Notice in Bakrptc. .:\'II"I.t.l..0) .TA LI.!.hlAidEE anti them. SEED! SEED !

'J. "1 )Ir. Bunjamlu from the Confederacy r pllltf U to Klin 01 II.t of 10..r. I I nifai.wl..ti! Imilotiuna..
.1' u> perhaps not generally known. After -- -0- CHALLENGE A SINGLE CASE Urtt 'e.r nf Ihu wontime will .""I.n.on I Duceii.U A. It IWi, a warrant In .kDII'.Y

mU-r of General Lee's army both Ueomndge PCD. cola Georgia Rail Road Company WE 1 thelirel ".hwued 'K .l the ealale of Ueorga II 1 (JO eaem; aunt by ..1"riculpt of price.U'lUfur .

:* and Mr. Benjamin made their way I having filled to pay the lntere oo their Bonde .nH.liajr I. IeIrnmary. maC. nt Florida Mariaena, who In 11 lx.n county of kacu! and knue of any. Ihrw M 1.1. h, Eel 1".*. ,
adjudged on
}I a rlankrnpl .
i ... .
-t't'i Slat
Gen. Brecklnrldge struck the and the amounts due the Sinking; Fond, ( Act i.) Tk' III >< of tIm>, oa Principal -, his OWB uulilUm.. ,lit ibe of any 4<-bland I / C AUOE.SKKU WHO WUII TO PIKXl-KK A
1 Mi Mia-U[ here he found friends .ho as- approved Jan'y 5. ISM.) notice I. hereby ol&e givea that 8M'- ttiia> ( :uittl Ite. I. lb. delivery cf any |'' ,"ml. to ia>b AdIrasaifgiuy II I \ I good auil fall a** of meldCompany
iuni In getting to Marion county from oa Saturday, MaVchautb, ibOU. at the ). bankrupt, lo him ftr for 5g' uoe., and UM inuuftr of < M. N. V. KI uulue t
l II'
Inter.sl K. <
l Ii, to Tall the Trn'l8U of the OF TUITION, 'rlly ,
bOiled to find an opportunity get at will UATEa any properly 1,1 art futblddeB by law : and thai 'Hl
i Uu. country. Gen. BrvcUnridge spent a Improvement Fond of to the Use Buie highest oT FlorIda bidder the PYRAFUGEAM' Eon tUt.j.icMiil )Oam, will bt 1 l.a currency aa a wading of .of aald bank rupl lo prove Or, JOIM, F. MKNUV, (Sui-i-w-ujr 10)) I GARDEN SEEDI
i'Ur with lila ecU a, public outcry their and to one or more oMlKnee of
""I day in bunting and visiting Rail Road Including the Rued foliovu dbla. ebO I do w.lllo cull early or If you live at a distance
'I. ''n Mariua but knowlug that he could Feaiaeob Bed, Iron*Eqnipmenta Georgia Workihope Uep.', and Ut Claaa. (prliiiarjr.)embradns '!*lllnr, bt.l.el will b a a before Court U.of Haukrupley KtKiaUr. lu- '1.1..J.x ) Co.,21 IVL Ituvr, X. V. ",u there his friends procured ku.d.By"ord riling..j ) Tal. K..r. tM.rully at the CutluwUiir nice of ,
turn long Franchise and all lie property of every DES IT* Heading \ 0 on lee f.b''l A al lea I put up poetag.
u. tulle boat, ia v'Web be and hAil cooipanf (.. U (1 embrlui (rwa. A.ih.,.- .' A.tlld. ) ALkL MAC.KLUKK.U. eihiI M. LIVELY wtikh auiouui ir.a b. eucloai.a In your teller vrtikr. .
I
".,ot| WIlson and Capt Wood and the r or lb. Board of Trout.* of tic Internal tl..d Cu&.lbY.. .. lo 0 .t. t. M. of Northern I>.M. W Eli,. ) I In &d4I'.. t. the price of seed: -
v J' nil CiiUiful servant, toon found tlicnijtlveaIUIOK Jlllproeolll..t 'lIed. I C\ Languages.. by i. TIHBin. Teweses'. fWhit'i.Ja. I'uk44
:l' the St. John's liver. The party after RSecretary W. WE 8ale.man.Tla. WONDERFUL PROPERTIES; v and)IMICWS&Ita Mural _, Yby.Irsi. ., Inteltectual RI Her DIy I' V l.rl L aD MeMeufi ?. .".IM. -La-i, -- .. .I Hk.v ever 4 uuuuta sad lieS over *uuacu 4 tl*..
"J. toil where they and 0 feb I, M-ll 1'.0" "" I"trSOmmiICLl.id noi over I llouuersdel.
i reached New Smyrna to "lOb', V. :4l-lde Board ran b. had cocvealcnl n the School. IBxcMjd .eblfUO' \\t ouueeeaBd' over 18"._ I ,.
, earned them saiely
4 vhuijocr hich
v.".'.. ... j". The General wa known tVilBenjamln -- -- -- -- AND TUE MOST (& *. at from IUI to lit per month peye.Ltepsartenlj Notice in Bankruptcy.. TEXAS RANCH FOR SALE TIme niailoiBU. weight of pack.gfa ."I.IIIU., be
. I I WYoC mil tliruuxu uuila at Ikue .1..1. )Uailud lei
abe I I SALEor JE104g Wulsil.2ec I rplIU la to (five aollee, thai ". the 4ib day of Octsli '' iv a M" ".
For
I lr aUo struck Florida near Monti- ', bud of Tue" 1 UcceaibM. A. U. 1MM a warrll Bankruptcy I' .01.'f.. l.ltKI.Y.: ..
I < 'here he met fxienJi who assisted him on TUBTallahassee OBSTINATE OASES MUST YIELD. Jan Ib'SV.CARItIAGE. ." I was laaawl oniaal the cauie V Kvaue. -ORExclianp J..our i l't11OV',
I icinity ol thIs place. Here Mr. iknjiunino ,, of_i .la Ihe eoanty of LIUcrty, ... Ita..1 -- -
o find some to Cuba or one uf the Rail Road. MAKERS 1 rlo. who hu been adjudged a for Lands I
ay
t"' -ua. ULuida; but there wosa strict watch FIXO BlBM flaW, *poke hon., Seas I and the delivery pMlltoa of, That any property the payment belonging of any l.debt.each ra. Improved ;i .IAMKS J I .1.) YOKUM ,

the United btatea tronoa stationed here o SAN .. FoUBl aed I..el.Leather of every LsskrupItohlistarforAis aim and the Irawfcr ul I
f re were but few boau kA on the roast bails for r..4 Clothe of I by Lisa, fuf UdiUa by law v sod BOOK-BINDER
f \1 Benjamin finally procared small boat 'L'UE failed TaQahoaae Ue internal Roll Road o.Company their Boada aal (:.r....(*. .f K_l
1 Uaatee, upon which UIB ex-United tilau* I, to pay the flUId (ses Act ap- be .... .. I...'.. Slat da..d to choose ooe or usc,. a- 1 or .iih.o,. fur I sear k.1 ASP .
amoonla due IWI".e .
* *vu tor anti ex-Cooiederate Slate Becre- i I I, the ..', ISM. aoUeVii hereby trive UJ Muck 1.5. I0T. ap't la -l.11.held al a twirl of RiskI Hood la Florida. '
!- State embarked u cook and in a few dan I II I i prored Sa&nrdi Mardi 20th, 1S6P. at tIM oll1cl of aoul I ) b. ', before U Kkb- This R ach U .LOUM e.uuty,Tuo. adjolaiei
f. 'mself nndcr the protectIng fclda of the I.Company at TaiWItbe Truetets or till late'- I Notice to Shoe Maker I i ,. third day uf February, A. LI.lietstIUo'cfoekA. the celebrated Ranch vf the Ute l .a. W. t..1 Blank Book Manufacturer.! --Jt'.
* lag. Mr. Benjamin teedblmaelf off asS I Fund of Ue bLiSS ol Florida wUlirfL a ll ouaUie tif IfiUi acuw',MO of whUk ae I

..,unter. nuned ll0t5. There II quite I ToiLbMiW ullmpo\lDle.al poblicoatcry JbI1 Road, to taeladia the hl\ht Ue t bWder.Road I bed.the ; ...:... IU ..,D "01... -T C ALF SKUlL Upper.. koiU end, V II sad U.'.., a..a. V .M of ALEX".rben WAGRL'f'lt. .FU.. (Sloe uBcaaa4 oiUea t it uuul_oluuf 1. liukM Ciudaloupe. beuin,sad rlvetbf edhelumpro.umamila |j I I ... -- ., .

I t -in; utlt aneolota eocueciod -itU Mr.in VVorkobopa. Depots and FraB.ebi .1..llo 1' IlWI'j by L TIIIITI $ ,and with t., .,f good hILLED TO AM PATTERX. J.Il"Ledre. .
rKqulpmenla
i-. daring bia stay viih a oieaduf ours Iron lemma t" i Urpaty V.) Morataal and tuO of brr .nl Iuau
utile
I ,, and aU iu jroperi of every Un. I U. Ut __ I I >' tu+ .. .. full Books, Oar BoUe. ltd .
: virinitn but we refruin from making it & FcbVUNotice -u The County ( i.teel \.w lnoM. 1."Ut. wodv to oid.. Mauls books sad W..
-F&qid.s fJw. c.*II*; order of the Boar of Tnuteee*f the Internal : LIFTMAN'SWHOLESALE Tin Bankruptcy. I which eoauliif .11 nl f nut 16 ,, alue Utniul la any tlyla. *
-- -.--- I Notce I'I'I in Bankruptcy. ked rodaerae Sb' "- every ;: rVrlkuUr 4tt<:BtUMi jl vea Ut iepalrlD Pbotcgi ape
Iuiproicwant hlld.rUSIt W ,nBST: a.Mcrctal1 .eIce that "B Ue Slat day of variety of la well water< 1 here are very ."..
4rru1' ox Dcvs'a LAXB.-<-A lousi t an4 I [al t t A. D. 1 .mnazmt IB bukraptrywu rpllU .. auUcr.tbat I. lime Itib doyel few f.t.*&toumlr,and labor la absadiuit.i <,
I ''i teed bet.ecu t a 0 Umilitn named Brvf- 11-w. DRUG STOBE, Pb iBM the* Joervb B V>,aU. 1 Uaeeeabw. A U 1_.a warrant la Kauu ,.. I fcc'",alLnOa a iud n.panumaaisj' lot perouaa 4)lire> lBi |ate> ".rldfiiB>" lIatIdtu .
* ud Turner residing cm Venus Lake and I FotI'l t, 'tL of ... the .0 sad i'I based anlul lbe*Mat o FruuU II TI.chanyia I Ib Ir panult ad l j. !la I
at t.I liS. !>*' J
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"1'Ooie out of dIspute* about 1OIII,14ad nt- I .". .. lelkkaasee.io.ih. eoawy "" ralaRg. ___ gGibbs'
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( orStolen. J. (. : FhtfMta, who CB oJd >4 a Uuanpt Wa
: lhep.Ju.eMuf say ajily w
-: betweeni Strayed ,. (*. M M f I.r. s.1
i week bi > deadly eneounh Lost. 1ii.A 1'.L' Ulumduf UWBiu.a> lb. pay Mit ul oaf lofcu a4Ihe I .. ...-. 1" .
the (rf Bay Pfopcrty t *4t<' XL focrui !
|i : ruf the K ectiv* bmilici. frotu such d'1 lies fc( his _. lad ike" dcBwy at oay .. ( .aaefctuakrapi. .... U. '*.>. T. :. .oJ
> '>ioa u bu readutd tu, H ap| an doal on Rusrdsymefbt, **h tJaniktOSo&KZLM.t.kE fdl 'tit tT-1 .uJ S.tnd4en I. ; 0 .Lies o, 1U' sod lie i.of ; .- '
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, .'hi.ttkre.otkaBrddutksandthts e I bwirU 10 and U JfII4 : f. .esdiiees .1 the said ii, plusesti by IUa. are f' 1. ; .aU.C & Fowler ;, .
, I :ru" naed silk CUU and obniet Iwo bind fret ...a email wait spot oa> 00* Up..! S shUt AlMs lid I.1... t. ; of Ue Oetfteura ft I pitrt* I 1 II 1 1INIlt I .
t lisa a imaah k d. ,the jaac&ioa iS'.S'Jsi T-L. T. Blake I peels their 4.Mma.4 to tbomae Ma uf mews ; Pumps Pumps :
t .;t.e< 1 ia a gMunllWnt. One of the limdi ..rk, .hla WInS sad foretop the" aes 14 a..i!h5.c UNA. will 1 bald a t'oart of .... Produce Commission MerchantS
uteUttUr kilkU. and ihs "her Ian bbs wu SufWtcrly It, UUI 5s14c1. a. b a I KXUISU. HYDRAULiC MACIUMEa ,
kcr. ,
daae to OffE.U lUflotr I
f ,. .< uundcd.u that her died the edt .epow& 01.(FJadge a W. GwyaB sad aJterwar i ifroei eMMr. r 1.5 ATE ,nVGIt or J'&DUTE.Iwtanoa meal I ., as tk. 1. eheisey, A I .w Talw. I V.. W .de.meassaAictuidbyI'.WLgA4., .'a.. Ill Pearl Hl, .* V.
.J'd) aU pcnoMriDe A. W .
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; coosded Uaving tat CM surivor out ArtUaidOl.R will bepaid *mrIbtr.cOaYeMLb. r 'P .Cmjlmf C Wj,14N4et5erstmas.14I'1&by LM.14NmheruUt.LOSEIs. ( 4' .' .tftvi. '-' It k that both .u4rcM. L lya-L TlBBrrr. AM. W TfSt I.gdaMue a SI'.O.If| Also UUea Taltoaj,
tcgagcd. .
i icportcd par- JDI& DENN11.: and e TlIBtTU. I V. lM4e..jt, iJaa.U.
K biaS do Depuly Warabal aid Mes.cate' Lfgr 1.t-
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nIle -x-t. .r T.1. 4'. st4e. Or.E. ,&: | Uav. Jaa.j.laU> *UL La-Sin
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'r ONE THOUSAND MEMBERS "..t> rirr.".: ..... .i.. .'UI.III... .. Similia Similibus Curantur.HOMCEOPATHIO r. DESIRABLE RESIDENC-t

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Wrtti.i t.1 thi TorLjM. I ? .
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florid. Lftkt ind Jllrrr* and liny. .' RECEIVED ATONE i ATTOBNETBlTTALtABASfiEE [ LAW, r -0 TUE TINE DWELLING Won
I AM BlUt.At .
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1"11_sa t elt nerof Adsn, .-A3!I'ul.ln
' HALF THE'REGJJLARIADMIS810N r HUMPI1BS'c. : streets,fronting the Capitol.,Id .'
. Pair! Land of t Flomrr" thy l kw mi.1. stroums -':0PnOMI'T : I. a coo cn'Sla \.. -.

Are Mr and lovely M behold, THE OLD STAND FEE AtTENTION GIVEN TO BUSINESS: : thu ODe premhaes oftbo most,an eonveoln'god repair and Jeliusbi.i and I'dCI.t@l:
Supreme und Circuit ConrMof State SPECIICS ftl
Tit scenes for bright poetic dreams and In the U. S. Circuit and District Courts for the ID the e11. Apply to 1'llO

:I With\ Indian fismo as wect M old. .lXD I1AVB OX HAJtD ASD AM BKCS1V1X UNTIL 1000 MEMBERSARE [ Northern omee District on first of Eloridn.ty floor: Stole. link | HAVE entre proved lacccstj from the Simple Prompt Efllclentand c.I, 10 W." I.8tf C. DRMILLy. 'trat

Lee. 1 19AMMIL They are the only I Medicine perfectly
12, 08.
From kft-tko-let'i inland lnk!, Rclloble .
that mistakes
me- o simple
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Cs.loos hfttchle! rolli along' GROCERIES OBTAINED. cannot be mado In using them; so hl\rmlel M to el'kl-:

Where !Jinn! maid 'were wont to R*ka ; JT. DOLG LAS I be tee from danger ixnd so efficient as to bo always ) FOR BOYS AND J
--- Attorney nt '.ow. They have raised tbe highest commenda GIV
8 The echoes with Ihclr tnitttn! eong. I reU.blo all,sod will alwtyt render satisfaction. 'OR 1869, will be the best volume
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ft TILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT AND 8UV tOUl 1 ??

8U11 fartlitr! North, lake'/T;,awn.me, VCII 11liicnn The payment of from Two to fill Dollars (icconSlnf! ,V prems Court of the State, and In the Federal *Ko*, Congestion, Cents. thai wmcontalnscapltalstoryofBo.Indians" by Rev. F. R. Gould&I !,If.Amo'.ct I
1, Cures Fevers,
lo ago,) will con-'ilutl"\U a Member of Conrt. Office In the Marine Dank Building In.mml\ton.\ I Marooncrs a. A '
In undisturbed seclusion licl; .tare, n.m.,MCM Pork f'rlmel'ortr.I1P1't Tongnr, 1).411.ot. Tig ft.t. Hatkoff!, Hrirlni CcrnM P1'htiTth Titliiisisi, Nov.!Ii, 69. 16 S, Worm!. Worm }'evr, Collc.......2 tho Vonng OlS Dominion,':' by Mountain Bw" i. .m5of flle e
I Where through the forest! fleet and free ponn1'| > harr"l| (Mrdner. Fll"-IIShl"r XXX- Snpwflna snit Fine Flour., Corn Meal from sound com,and greenS by...trt mill, 1 llomlnf,L rge Hominy, EITHER or ALL the OLASSESor 4, Diarnlurm, children or adulta..25 Manslcldt; Lhiii '
The rrild dw from the h"nlt'r111./ .... B&mp end ()tint,I..a! Coffee., Mocha Coffee,and Rio Coffee,Cnishfd,Ornnnlnloil. I'n""tred. A, II and C 1'110.1: llrecn E. M. WEST 5, Pyientcrr Griping, BilIous Colic,....SS Lire at the Old Farm IIousc tin T?. E I.J@O(
and Pluck TIM,oil qiitlltlo .t'plr.a"IA.l Ginger aid Prpprr, Froh tnppljof(rnrkcro.tanned O< kind., 8, Cholera Morbu V omltlng.2S "Trades and ProrcsloD of Anlmalln.? .t
Prtod Apf lei and IVneho *ooilen Ware, a(,renenil iwnrlment. Tin Ware. > Ifrn".1 Mfortment Hollow and Pot the Atsoclatlou now being orgnlsod by 7 Colds South CaroUn; I Bogrpblel of AnelcVi I "f iay2
Far. XVW{oft Tampa'" i IInow.whlto namfoTT W.re a gen1i! .l iti'ortment Broom., lrnnlie,('nrry('mba. Hli.*rr..,lluckoU, 1'low.Llne., Nails, all pIe and qnill- Coughn ronebIU..2. .. for Young B Rn.i IPfnn
I tin, iu.or.oil M low price, allO l good assortment Lamps of the mont approved poXerni and .' lM. Copyist & Accountant 8, Neuralgia, ,Faecaehe. "Poor l'oorle. the I,
gated neroM! the deep blue sea, Tho Florida Mutual Relief Co., 9, Headaches, Sick Uea.eho. Vertigo....25 translated ,. oC GerIn fr. loi"l! 1
..25 ,
tn
Contrasting wcnc in Orient lands 10, SlomaeD.
1'lpepslnDloul attractive stories and poem I, iey
I Period.25
Tallahassee Florida. elegantly
With those around sweet .V.III-'fII. DRY GOODS.A LOCATED AT TALLAHASSEE.Clan It 14,, ". Whites, too profuse Periods...... ..25 Terme $2 a,.el\r. Liberal dlctj to chub.U.trl"
.&.ur. Ii, 't.. 55: 13, Croup Cough, dlfflcnlt Breathing... ..25 men copies and premium hat tent tree on'
I ralt Wit+U-tra-tAie I Late sailed. < ----- 14, Salt Rheum, Eryslpcln*, Eruptions....25 ton to the pnblllher. .I'pul

J The Ifo-mo-Kvi/ to explore COOD ASSORTMENT OF STAPLE COODS. 15, Rheumatism Rheumatic Palu..2 Jan. 1" 1809.. Bt KE .'e CO ) .,.,
E. H. TAPSGOTT II,, Fever A Chill Feer.-&uel..1 .
c And through the KrtrgJudfi I've trailed' A iientil'tlto 1,000 jfenilert File, Alue.bleedlng..r

To With-h-tcokt'i shady' shore.Oeat BKOWN SHIRTINGS, BLEAClfED SHIRTINGS, Chas B 2,000 ATTORNEY AT LAW, '1'1.II Ophthttlmy, and sore or weak Eyes.....50 THESOUTHERN
chronic
11, Catarrh, acnta or InfuenZ..1
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Orrici In Court Home.Ani. oppressed Breatblng./
I AllhmA CULTlYATOBj
t 1 Past TTo-JU-Mtt{ twin we ride D 10,000 11, 'CS.: M 23, Herlng.21 .../

And Northward then our course we take Two Thousand Pounds Cotton Yarns from No. 0 to No. 12. -a- : ,, ". Scrofula General Debility enlarged, Glands, ('elng..1. A MONThLY MAGAZIM, '

r:. Up I sweat Su-tea-nte'i placid! tide. HOGUE 25, Drop 1. and scanty I Secretions..SO
WM. S.
Each Member pays a small Annual Tee on the 2ft, I Ben Sickness, sickness from riding.50 Fir The flantallon, tht Gantrn,and M t Pam,
BOOTS AND SHOES Flint Tuesday October,and lt.10 the death of
ci Now Westward let us stispe our course, on 27, I Xldne'-Dilenr.Oraol..1 (
a Member. By thin trifling outlay bo secures for ATTORNEY AT LAW
While every hour fresh pleasure tulng, A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT CONSISTING orMen's bla heirs as many Dollars. as there are Members of 28, Nervous Involuntary Debility Discharges., .. Emllionl..... IS PUBLISHED AT.

p And here rest both man and horse the Clara or Classes! to which he brlon s. Member TALLAHASSEE, FL.&.. 29 Bore Month .. .1.0
tI'' we Boys Ladies Misses'and Children's.SEWED received from both Sexes: ,and from 1% to 65 years of -0- C..nker..5 ATHENS, GEOIlCtlA
1 Beside the weet WakuUa fjt f'jngt.rn age. monk applications and other Information fur WILL Kive prompt .attention to any business 81 80,, Painful Urinary Wekncl., weting. bed....1 ,

AND PEGGED-ALL QUAL1TIBS.riirv nlihcd by with Room bis profession of tbe Clerk of the Supreme IJ: 10fering at change SpRm..5......,1.0 BY WM. W. L. I
In tho
? UtTtrscd scones of beauty rare, T. 3. PERKINS Pro, tOffice *m St. Vitn' Dance... & JONES
t : My pilgrim staff aside is laid 1. JLIUItELS SEED: POTA.TOE/IJ./ E. I... T. BLAKE Scc'y A Treat Court'..,.at tbe Capitol.Jnly19'O ; \ 84, Dlpthcrla, ulcerated Sore Throat..50 -
nilJAS. 80lyBOLLING
or O. BKANCII Gcn'l A cnl. _ 0TER
And here I rest !from toll and cure Dec. 15, 'O!!. IB ------ -- .
'Neath TalIMl",gratcfiil shndr.TiLLAniSBKE Such ft9 Early: Goo.lrich, Pink Eye, Jnckson: White, Chili Pink and Cuscoa White. u _-'-- __ FAMILY CASES S-I.
I BAKER Of S3 large Thai, morocco cane,containing a AVUrl
I: W.K a specific for every ordinary dinca-e a family Per Annum,........ '''''' .

:, Jan'y S3, 1889. A FRESH SUPPLY OP GARDEN SEEDS GREAT BARGAINS ATTORNEY AT LAW is subject to, and a book ot directions. ..f1 0 Six Months...........".. ... 'I
J Smaller Faml.od Traveling Cases, with. '. Three Months......... ,. 'Jl
-- -I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. to!24 ...from ft to3SpecHlcs Single copy......" .... .... Jl
; ; j NeedlIis ....ult.. From the best and most reliable: Seed Store in tlio North. In Marine Bank I for nil Private Diseases, both for December, ll I

:i The practice almost universal throughout the AIpiIs' ,ii .o..o !II.-..I: IO M AD OJtAGIu.I : SADDLES[ HARNESS & BUGGIES[ \-T.OrviCB H, '07. ,IS-tf Building.Nov. and curing pocket and for eases.$3 preventive treatment, !In Vials 10 $3, THEMORNING SAVANN -- -

country In planting Paach Orchards to select ---- -- --- I-Tbeso Rcmldlcs. by the case or single box,

the beet fruit. This method l. although often! resulting PIIAM ALWAVH KP.F.I' ON HAND A OOOB AND ---- JESSE T. BERNARD 11 part of the country, by Mal or F.x-
I free of of
charge on receipt
'. \ In aatlifaetory product*!, Is, In most In- PROFITS NOT THE OBJEOT. press. prleo.AdIre'8 NEWS'
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ATTORNEY AT LAWAND nUMPHRETS' SPECIFIC
J I .taDCel. aonnccled with disappointment In the LARGE SUPPLY of LIQUORS? --- I HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE COMPANY ,

f. 7 expected n.ulu as to the excellence of tho antic Office and Depot No. w Broadway, Now lork.

$ ipated fruits. Few varieties of frulu will reproduce KVCII A* Prices Marked Down Solicitor in Chancery, Dr. Humphreys Is consulted dally. at his office, .}&TRMVEEKLY,

seed. The TALLAHASSEE FLA. personally or by above for all forms ofdlacaio.
I 'Ia1 themselves Identically by Peach French Brandy, Roe Dnnrbon and Mononr hcU Whltkcy, Holland GIn, Jamaica Horn OU Medford ..*- For sale leter. I above prices, by A BBLUBL1
I r however,'will' In a number of Its types, produce, fin Sborry and Madalra Wine Alio a prIma article or l'oilVtno for medicinal use, Dlaikbcrry Brandy, ty Orrici OTSU STITR BINE. T. P. TATUM, Sole Agent.
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I :y4 the same fruit In Hie majority of Instituci*- Ginger Brandy, Champagne, by the pint quart or bntkct. I RESPECTFULLY INVITE the public c S55JU July Xl I. 17. 88-ly! March 24 :S4MEDICAL an4 Commercial Newspaper
: __ ___ Famy
to call and examine my largo Stock ofet_ !_J' _g. y-_ __ _h ,
f Pears and apple foldom reproduce themselves. All Liquors will\ be sold by the bottle, gallon, demijohn, or barrel. JOHN P. DUVAL

b j f Identically, unless among the email nnd worth.II. Saddles, Harness and Buggies, OTlE.0 \J/-CONTAINING and Mail THE from LATEST all parts SEWS nf the BT Toutelegraphie naKrph i

t !Its varieties,'but little removed( from their imtu.t A FRESH! SUPPLY DESSICATED COD-FISH, JUST RECEIVED. before inirch.ielnj elsewhere, iu I mean to sell low & Dally Report of all Foreign anti, l
Physician Surgeon
i mastic Markets, together with a full Datlj Rcponil I
; L l for Casu.IirAli ,
type Dr. Wm. F. Robertson tbe Savannnb Cotton,Grocery and Produce Hirkm I IEvery
I t ? The cause of the diffi.iwuco often existing la FIFTY BARRELS FISH CORNED AND PICKLED persons knowing themselves Indebted tome !' PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO FRIDAY wa publinh, a full Unindilui I
,
t J idling !Oroui the unto fruit Ira arc owing to either by Note or Book Account, are rr pcct- Otl'FEn'llllS of Talluhiuscr. Otllco U bis residence rctnrncd to offers Ms pro Commercial Report of Savannah Markeuml
I'c CONSISTING I OF MULLET AND THOUT. fully requested to. Dials payment at once n, I want owponito the Kplfcop l Church. nAVINO services TalabRlce. and those of taming Prices Current Comparatl\o Stntemtol 11
tho hybridizing the!eccds! by different varieties: J. E. rUROY.Oel. .
money. and full Mercantile Statistic carefully I
-l' re
11 'Si. 6
AUR. the surrounding country. Office In the basement of Coton. .
'i;l ;! hence the modifications! which fleet the pro. Thus being able to supply nil ordcri from Georgia, thcrolij paring them tbo long and tedious journey 20, 88. 11 ---------- -. -- ------- the Masonic Lodge, in the rooms lately occupied by pled .and by direction of the Board of Tnt I I IIn

ducts. to the cowl. I am 1110 now |rrpnrcd to furnlnliAPALACHICOLA l'oISorpeon; Artaud. Message. at the Drug city. *
t ; 4 ...,. .. .... Dr. John S. Bond Store of T. P. Tatum, Esq., will b* attended l the future,as In tbe PMt.tbo Nail viii pure,I
The form tytfiil,as J' the agrlcultnral editor of OYSTERS .........THOU........ .....,W.....soiDow.GORDON....... ,. Oct. 6, Ib. the samo ntralfrht-forwara, earnest, bonel policy-
t1 the CAnVb of &"lin l.la applied to Individuals continue the practice of Medicine In Tol- Colonel W. T. TUOIIPBON, author of "ItajorloLa I
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By the barrel or car-load to any part' of Florida or Georgia, at low prices. TISON & WILL... and vlciulty. Olllco at bis residence Courtship" I. connected with the piper.TERMS .
produced by plants of different specie,but bearIng having engaged; the services won experienced man, am also prepared to fttrnleb oysters In any) qnantlt, I I. rear of tbe old Poit (OOJc. P. B. BROKAW'S :
: analogy.:' Mostof: these hybrids will produce by the gallon, keg or barrel, fresh,spiced or pickled,making the flab and oyiter butlncu a specially. COTTON FACTORS HOT. II, 1MV5.!!! It
Shall alwayi'kcop a frcsU supply on band.FR.ESa. Dally year.............. ... ,aH|
Tarietlca dissimilar to thcmsclvcii, hence a typo ------ -- -- LIVERY AND SALESTABLES Trl-Weekly I ,(Monday Wednesday and FrW J) I Iperycar.

1 can be modified Infinitely. The fecundation of : : : FXS :1I: ... -AWD- ............,.,.....,. til
CUNNINGHAM & CO. I
;tit the flowers of trees or plants Is governed bylaws Commission Merchants EARLE Subscriptions received for any length of tin
from month and if want a tar.nahpaperscnd I
t i tlmllsr to that of the animal kingdom ; Direct from thf Gulf nlwayn on band and packed In Ice, and, shipped to any part of Florid or Georgia; ,. one upward one dollar; andtry you Ibe Nan
and n' many or the different kinds of Flub as abound In tbs Hulf, equal If not superior to any In the world. rso. oo hAY MTitiirr: : COTTON FACTORS, Il
month.
1 and M:long as fecundation has been performed The public are now enabled to have this luxury brought;' to their vory doom. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. -
SAVANNAH GEORGIA. RTAll orders otbcrwtac, '
i without the admixture of 1'ollen from Any orders left with me, cither for ojitcra by the quart gallon, or In the shell by the peck bushel or ADCommission -A L S 0- attended to. by mal or proot'[ L

\ 1 I other'varieties, so long can varieties similar toL barrel, will bo promptly delivered to any part ol Ibo city without extra charge. "-.- Merchants, BUGGIES WAGONS AND lIAR tAll communication., to receive prompt ateniton

AND ROPE Oil IIIOX: TIES AD- CARRIGES. Nov. 7lStiS. must bo atllreased to
I tii the parent be ripoctod. But let artificial or accidental 'VV aD.to ll nAGGING on Crops.; .*o. n u'Ai.isruiirr.: ele. [ 1 1. II. K8TII.L:: Elor.I'roprleo I

1 i impregnations take )place, then the re- Llbel'1\l..dvooee.. made on consignments ol Cotton. itt ,

: cults will be varieties differing from the,parents,, 8,000 BuntieU Corn 10.000 lb. Dry Hides, 8.000 lb.. Ilccowax, 8,000 Ibs. Tallow 1,000 Bunhclt Ground Grateful for liberal patronage\ in Ibo past every. --- December 1S68.
METROPOLITAN BAR
effort will be rondo to continue to merit public coufldcnce. --
Tens, BOO Bushel S"eell'otllto08.1IOO Barrels Byrnp.
i 1 I although in most Instances bearing some point. Having{orders on hand for Ibo above enumerated articles nut ready to pay, either In Cash or Goods,thoblgbeit [:Sept.: 1, 'OH.!! 4-Um Joni JAUS9: II.11.Euu CUNNIXQIUM.formerly, of 8moll\\00d.Earle&Co. ANDBILLIABDSALOON.

i.' of resemblance to them. Accidental Impregnation market prices for sumo. -- --- liios. J. PSREINS formerly of Smallwood Eirle: -- The Savannah Republican
t Is Insects wlud otbwcauses. I have opened I branch storo one dooianbth of U. I.lvely'i Drag House, where a nice stock of Groceries L. Suiallwood A .
) or and J. C
brought on by by Co. ;: .
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i! and Liquors. may be found ; also sttentlvs and obliging clerk, ready to dispose of them at the lowest S. SOLOMON,
//t f A flower of an apple or pear tree can. prlres for CASH or produce. ., ----,--.-- DAILY AND WEEKLY,
i leeelve the Pollen from several other varieties; Thankful tbe public for their liberal patronage during the past year,I shall endeavor to merit the I Segar Manufacturer E. L. OTIS, FROriUETOR.rpHE .
'I sumo. liberality Ibo future HAVING LONG EXPERIENCE IN TilE SALE Of BY J. R. SNEED.
I 'I' f eh ICed_01 the apple produced will, therefore! i

bring a nwyt.yor' at least, differing'inatorially UltTAK STREET, Cotton and other Southern Produce FINEST LIQUORS WINES, ALES >ND
A. F. SPILLER. ,
from its _ArtillciulluprrgnaUun\ Three Doors from tho "ruIiibU\ House" JL Cigars always on band. Wild Game and O}' .
parent. -
h8O.TIlE 24 we respectfully solid conslirtiments( sad are prepared ten served up at short notice and In. a nanncr to
resorted ta with the design combining tho sUoof T TilUhamce January SAVANNAH, GEOKGIA.Sept. to make! advances, for which .apply to suit tbe taste of tbe moa ftutidlous. Cal and see.De .
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one variety with the excellence of another-Usbardlnesi 59, 1S08. 8-flm TIIOM.! J. I"iKI: "I>S A CO., 11 UNDERSIGNED IS PLEASED to IDMIII
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i (fertility' ,beauty of form or any quality TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. his friends and the.public, that be .ups

I I which it Is desired to secure. This operation! OLD ESTABLISHED Dec. :29! 'OS.!! 21-ly I u....L...IU7CI. tony"...DI1U..... como In possession of tbl.TimeHonored
L. WARROCK
I \ 1 if require: to be performed at a certain stage of the ---- H.! L. RITCH & CO., Journal,

t' flowering. If performed before the flower liai B. C. MORRIS, Jr. ,

J expanded to the proper slio,it "lit be unsucccssInl WHOLESALE. AND KETAH/DEALEIl IN (Successor to CALDWELL A MORRIS,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS And expects to devote his entire time to mikiKio
vt
s newspaper second to none In Ibo 8outt
I as well as when the operation has been delayed WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CROCERIES, citQl2: : Fao"torAIiD 84 BEATER ST., (near Wall) liberal patronage of pant and better yean,wlilleui
too long. A few hours is often nil the time REPUBLIC ''under his charge, cncoanKciUto
i -MTir TORIC.0 hope that by and continued inpporluipnblio
allowed to operate In. ALES, WINES &; LIQUORSAUCTIONEER Gen'l Commission Merchant will prompt to carry Ibis purpose 1

The Influence of hybridising explains one of JOHN DENIIAM & CO.

the mail causes why M many orchard. planted 30 Old "Slip, *V.W 1OUK.BEXJ. effect.TO THE MERCHANTS OF TiE SOnD
Jfonticvllo Fla.
with seedling peach trees of the best varieties DRUG STORE. -AND- C. MORRIS, General Partner.. 50 ADd esoeciafly ofhts own Statebe looks withOO5t
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May ,
4S-ly
'It produce a different fruit from what was expected. FKANTZ B. MCLLER: I l Special 'O deuce for I generous 10Plr.prmising tbr I
General and Commission WM. UARMAN BROWN the
Forwarding Purtncrs.nAVINO ,
f return bet news. PollC
The flower*.which produced tho pits used for and can '
I R.B.POST. A. M. HOBBY. that his expcrlenco capabilities
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Ik{ planting were accidentally hybridized. Some ,I EfltIIAT: .
I I""' ppecles of plant*, a* the peach have certain well K To which ke eslls the 0 FORMED A LIMITED PARTNER. --
EEP3 ALWAYS on under the law. of the State of New POST & HOBBY
I defined types which seem to have little analogy JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, Y urk.lib Metsra. FRANTZ B. M ULLER and WM. ,

I, with their congeners: M far as tho intermixing\ IY1. LIVELY I attention/ ofMEUCIIANXS March 24, 1808. 34-tf ILVRMAN: BROWN" aa Special Partners" under tho. General Commission Merchants THE WEEKLY KEPUBLICAfl,
firm name of B. C. MOUKIS Ja., 1 am now contiuulug ,
I ,I concerned. .The Indian plant alinoat invariably band a full Stock of with Increased. iaeiiides the bnsincei heretofon Designed more especially for the plato!town

i reproduce Itself. by teed, "lilt alight modification PINCKNEY BROTHERS, conducted by the Uto firm of 'old.el1, & NEW ORENS. LA. nit,., and others who bata not all tbe se."i i
r4 p. Morris at Iho same office, :No. 20 Old 1 Xllp.li. Nov. 17, 'OS. d&ll'mal. will be found to contain IDd7
*, the peculiar stripes of the typo are more or FACTORS C. MORRIS JB. : condensed Into a .mol compJ "

lea apparent. In ail its seedling Tho other H AND '_ New York Sept. 1, 09. 4-6in the close of the,.e we i 5 rt*
more
contain
Imperial sheet of eight pages,to
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cause of difference In seedlings are owing t to the .. b PHYSICIANS General Commission" Merchants. Telegraph Publications for 1869 lag matter than any other, paper In the Soun

l degenerating of the seed. Tho fruit proper) U the m Smallwood, Hodgkiss & Co. TERMS:

;4 kernel; the eatable portion I Ie merely protecting r4 : j Ofllire->ortli Atlantic tVhurf One Tear .. "': I
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rnvelope. In its primitive state that envelope In Medlda,... CHARLESTON C. COTTON FACTORS MACON DAILY TELEGRAPH. O'sixMonthv..... ......., .. '(
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I H M FARMERS for a less ( month).... j 11
per
thin, bitter or acid and unfit to cat. The teed tt. Q. riKCKNET, B. U. PflKNIY.beptS .. Weekly,per &m....... ..,...... ... 'I
\ OB the contrary is large and(fully developed. By 0Irui 8I'ulat. Sm, AND N. :er. < *toan for either edition'1
-- ------ PAPER WILL ENTER THE TEAR B Payment .
t I cultivation the envelope ot the fruit Is increased r4iLtile. > frills WITH be ; exception. AU Mteruo
( J. a II will be found required
very heavy; ever
J i in size and quality, the Iced dimluiuhcd In size H and all who may want JAMES M. OALDWELL & SONS, General Commission Merchants, In the front rank clrcol..ton. Journalism-full of be as below. J. B. SNEED,

I und number until In many Instances as la several ( t P>: t-f anything his line. LONG AND I SHOUT.COTTON : .. .>o. 10 Ueaier H..,.:\e"- Vork.fE Ibo be Invaluable Latest News to the-Dometlo Planter the and ifecbaulc Foreign., J will the R Republican Office 8n: FfcWridiau G

I varieties of years the seed arc entirely lack Dullness and Professional Mail. It will take strong rr.7. J. YOICK, Agent, Talllec Irib.

I II ing. As the seed decreases ID size so I Ie I it enfrubled lie guarantees to sell FACTORS --..----- hold of every Important. interest Georgia and the Building. JPefe _
DRUGGIST I ACCOMMODATION WHAIJF South and without impinging at all on the sphereof
I; consequently/ \ product are weak growler them as low as similar the Agricultural ,JouruuU", ) It will contain more BRITISH PERIODICALS.
t \ tree and very often Inferior frulu. The system articles (t'liarlrclou South Curolluii. -\\ are prepared,through resident Aientsto timely and important Aeulllr Matter during
I Toilet and FancyArticles can be bought ADVANCES made on consignments. Refer those > > advance on'and fell Cotton In all the southern the year, than soy of -.--
if long continued and in breeding as. applied to Tallahassee, Fla., this side information lo C'oL O. L. McKay, Forts, or forward from these 1'01'1110 :New York or TERMS-flO $5 for Six Uonths
of New York per or ,
\nom.
animals,result similarly In the production of President of feoplfi's Natloual Bank Cbarleatou or I i per Mouth. The London quareerl.lele".

fruits. It 1 t. evidently wrong to take either a or rhlladelphla.OUUEUS B. C. U ptROSADALIS Ii-fHIIJI LIVEKPOOL DIRECT, The Edinburgh le1lew.

wild or a highly )perfected: fruit as a need bearer; The ede1.
i! I IU'iI'el"TI.L':! : soI.ICI'L'Il: '. as our friends may prefer. Our connections Liverpool "e.e"ab.e ai4Jilackwood'e
i partially Improved variety\ ,on the other hand are such .u. will give our customers the Georgia Semi-Weekly Telegraph The Worth Dr..b Iedew. llll"
t the most reliable to produce good varieties. a tdvant&),'.s of that market. Edl bnre

; I u. t Hybridizing will not affect the taste or quality Physicians' Prescriptions Compounded at all Hours-Day or Night. '1'ii.Ji.i! C3-I3UJLT: (,I. W. NCOTT Jt CO., 'IL same. published characteristic Twice a.t*.Week.tbe. Dully It will-be present of the -.-

I of the,fruit It Influences the seedling produced 1 alone size,and contain few or no advertisemeuta.The .- Qt.i'
Blood Purifier TiilLibusee Florida.W. Seat number OF THE LEADING ;
'ti will be issued on or about tbe first iHiMtaHi
from Inch! fruit f Many persons are under the of. rIlE REPRINT are now
i WOOD, Agent .1001.pBCEU onHto
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i impression that if "several varieties of fruits all who desire to keep Cl'b
are cimit Bay St.. Savannah Cs. a Tear and t) for Six Month tem..lvet

Ranted close toge11erha\ the fruit will dtUriorate. I am now conducting my business on the bauls of mull Profits and :"Xrt Cist h Prlrcaw Ncrl\alu lot Itn Vnrl u. .'.rsun, Oct 4. '6T. 5 viewed with regard By the to best the ehol( and sonnae"'tta'"

This! I il an error easily corrected by the By adding Interest 1 eon however grant a few Woo lb. time for city acceptance or such paper a* I can SCCU: AIC.a.amplloala ---- ---- In Great Britain. eoolriutor to the the&.&'of f.c

foregoing explanation of the influences of hy realise ou from Bank.TaUahauce A CA.HD GEORGIA WEEKLY TELEGEAPfi. thc Reviews men t'
tt..rli.r 8cacu. Enlarge.write EnglUh on Scenes,R uB'onj b'i'i i*
bridizing. IVI. LIVELY. tt I IreralUm of tbe...I.ud..a', --0- THIS Splendid Sheet I la among the Large in the General writ whatever. f,,"..!

The natural method of producing varieties U ,October 211, ISO?. i: poae., IUd tl aI"-iu*,.. Llama t.mpllons. tbrunlcllbrunt of -SaaLt.wooo.)HoDUKb&Co., J.L. 8.i .lWOOD A Co., World.FIFTY-SIX It 1 I empe4 nearly of EIGHT all PAGE and. enulon 411.leo,100. variety In the i is***C o P"'"thc t lilt')0,1*
I'y planting seed Til; II / and Ike ....101. i bruule .burEp. New \ork.; bttriuuuih Uooqia. and
a todious ;
co.t/y .. We shall .
I -- -- - -- --- ..,.e.,A.c., *.. accept fur U but few abort advertisement* icriber can foil to be Mtiiflea.
Gao. W. SCOTT Co., Tallahassee, Fl
mode,only suited to the amateur who )possesses 1 1.complete epitome of tbe Week Uitorvnd
ALSO baa no superior In the orid. TERMS FOB III.'I ?
the proper knowledge and the time to conduct A Falloor \ .
II. T. UAYA. .A. .'.. OF THE DEATH 11.30 for Six Month. For one of the Bet Ie*>.. '
each! experiment. The fruit C J:. SYPIIILIHIN l IN COXSEQVENXE OF OCR Ye or any. ..... ...'
cullurist! hose to-
I. agent at tuvannub Ga., WM. T. WOOD, W. Address Vo two oCh lle.. ....."'
object la to produce such varieties of fruits a* tun : : ALL ITS FOBMS.:: have delaruiiied M auke a new oi anlzailon fur ta* I CLISBV & REID For any RI.. *,... ...... '::1"
NEW business that nndur the For all four of the .. .
market demand, or the gardener, whose small GOODS. as point name of Macon, Georgia. For Blackwood'a Rvl..........::. 7*

I pace of ground i 11 limited to I few tree fur. family DISEASES OF WOMEN, J. L. SMALLWOOD & CO. i .mbr.li For blackwood and one.Wit.Bj, ;'i::jtf

: supply must not re ori to seedlings, If they ----.- Lou of Appetite, Sitt l&atlticte, Lire QampkiiiU, Our Mr. HODGEIM will\ make: Savannah hi* principal For For Blackwood Biackwood ud and any three Kj .;. .:1 av
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; expect large profits from fruit culture. l\itn in tk* Kick;Imprmltiut in Lift,Uracti, abode, and Mr. Fuca Pubicm,who.assisted the SOUTHERN HOME JOURNALFOR For Blaciwood and the four K. ..
Ule
AIr \Vouo in .
the cotton butiuei, will have
3 A variety of peach, or apple can be propagated BAY& & PACE GENERAL BAD lIE.\L Til. etpeoUl charge,assisted by the eldest ton of our CLt <
I Identically only when a portion of the wood, Mr. li"Al.L..-WD. Both are fully competent for all discont ot be'uO
all disease ol the .p1
and 1869.A
hark or leaves ot the original variety U used by the duties to the interest of patron Mr. PBBSTOM'S Cub or tour or mOre petO- will bi tell
mercantile experience in Liverpool and Gr vu.KeeW
I BLOOD. LIVER KIDNEYS A BLADDER ex- ,
j budding or grafting. Orchards intended fur. the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .least,.acquaintance with Euili u buyer, together iirwifor o
I cnpply cf market should, therefore, be planted II !. a Perfect 111'.1.1', with a practical knowledge of market! "allllll. will $12.10.POSTAGE..
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LITERARY
with budded or grafted tree of kno 'n varietie. HAVE NOW IS STORE AND ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING PER EACH ARRIVAL PROM t&ROSADALIS cradlemtes every bind of bamorml insure ale or khipment utiWactory to dupouUoo foreign port of consignment when desired.b)' NEWSPAE. 8brb riu.ld pripsy *the Ie$oae.' 'ai t

60 as to meet the demand of each season or the I *. ", bavannab, New York and the Northern Market,an excellent assortment cfC3riooorles bad taint, ODd restores the cities syttcu to a Mr. 8mu.wooD! Jr., ha been connected with the --- 01. )'.Tw.Th V Cei O4TL6S- e RUW'a T"l
eoudlilon.IJTlT firm of bmallwood Andonon &. Co., bmallwood, 8iAt Is .ubacr&P00. '
particular want ota beitltby
given market, Earl A (. J. L feuiallwood & TEB8 per Annum four copIes ftr 110; rate only appfle. 10 w
Co. and
I rKMICTLT BASMLBb, nave 'o.t ourselves, double.
s.- DPro-vlslorLjs: : II proda- for t JO, anI I$5 .
,' the ilIgblMt iDJury. which ha* given him the experience of the biulou aa extra copy to the back I. lbS poiugo
dug
A NEW J.JoJIT.-The New York Z&raU says: t-if It U not,a Secret Quack Kerned;. The article toe the pool 13: yean, and we fuel confidence and getter up of the Club PREMIUMS TO >EW 1tBiJ
"The initiative step in the revolution of mean Cunaltttng la part of Cotn-e. Suirar Butter Lard. Cheese Cracker; Rice, Hominy, XeaI,. Flour, Pork' *of which U 1s made v> publi b (for Ham, Bacon,Ac.,together with Farmer and lloutekeepen want.*,suds a* Plow,Plow line*,llaiut* Col bottla. of our patron* through ear arrangement; *,and reipecirulljr A 115 2 Sab1 New Sbb\ ?t '- I'
I J lighting the street, public: buildings and Ian lives Pu.dennd Shot, Nail eVtre Tla..... : ask SEWING MACHINE Co for 'l .11"
i / *, Ovens Hpidert, Also, Li>iuor* by th eat and barrel. S your coutiuuatlon ol confidence and 2 Sb c 1 bbl
I stores tat at length been taken and baa proved which theypropoe Killng at Wboleaale and Kclail,and u cheap If not cheaper thaa any ether ealabliik- ...._.8404 it ,.. "'''H.'.'_. ". ........, patronage to our & auuh base which hat been A WO GOLD WATCH for 10 Subscriber } I" ..
S declde4 success. From this time, theretuie meat la the which ** fuel eonSdeci will be merited lulLeittterconne aJ Bk.o 0 C"
Ibe enormous dividend of the gas monopolies GIBE THEM A ('.".'. AT Till: ('OU EU .I01\\G: : Till; .I UIU\T. *For TeaUmonlals of remarkable Rrapcctfully; your U you, do Sot will get eooul\secure*..of the premium --,". ot\a.:
cares, set w* cents each
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SMALLS}). llOUoklSS ca yearly Slb.ppJg
will dimliihli On Christmas .. A CO. 6 '
I' eve the large es A'uwJaiiJ Ji.-wc" for ibis year.PKIPLrUD Cotton Factor and lieoeral Coumulou: Merdunu. *ubcriberatf& Sample)Cpu free. a :Jm.I: **

I tobhishnientptBaiIPlsck&CoDrosdoaywuVInwln&ted ; JackaonvllI Florida, February. U, 180& Ii WI offer the HOME JOURNAL, worth $3; Oar o B.o'.X epvnpn

with the new BCBOUL Dir Vurtoit ,and a large Steel ./
oxygen light again 0.1.1'.1'DR. We .oll'l. J. '0
fir crt prepared to make -Neither prewliu5 .1- .
Plate .
lut night and will be open for public inspection KEROSINE OIL Western Lands & Securities. J. J. LAWRENCE &; CO. tJl. Engnvict; o u G and family,worth fdu< rIceSeusatioCioba.aor i"f..
bAi ,ljowcd, '
to-night The new uhl1l I soft clear and pleasant i iA Cash 'Advances Cotton eta be b"
I s additive ,0 Goverameat,State ami Railroad till Ilalllmare on JOHN Y. l thi NbiiAsre
and U produced at a much lower cost than the -- ,BSCPEOIOB I J. Bond aad Stock*, we bu; aad sell Irees( SLATER -JjsSSg 1
for.101p1f11 to MALLWnoD,1LOxEIS$.I CorJ $ Md \ ?; :
'. entertain, aure1&t! > staff ol the.eld. gal cntnra- ..... 1451k111 1 A llli-; l4narns, lti*autt, lltttimrif BALTIMORE. MIX ,", LMALLWOoIiCtjand: wiUseUtaUyerpot Db.1S \ ,. ,
1:ei.. f fi' La .L ae : ",,;:-" S 1-, K_..., Attrtutt.n : ,New York or fiavanaah,u directed by owner. .-
... I I For 11&1. Wb.L.i; -4 HeUU Wf <""W, -
>.highest 'rice paid for LAND WARRANTS t'OTT a;; cu. Notice.
Ttf Fmddeat Us written a letter i-> Dr. -. I and lilU. to Laud; Sold for Tut W*slav pur- ,.. Lit KLV. Urmgfl, --sept.au- !*;tC__ SIX MONTHS after date Up tmJentaed wUl T L a B c a &

ynu's wife her to bojw for her I a......., at.b*t ntea,all ditcredaed.Weatern Uouuty, Tallahassee_ I1.Aag.1t .. final aceout and GtrlREsby
) encouraging
\ LOT Of KER03INE OIL AND (1'7> and Town Bond. -- 6Cl-J For Sale. Eae e UMitA> lf". FAEB". .t. 1'
.00b&D4'e reless._ I I J LAMPS with Ul IlJMt Improtul Patent Bare lonMVHutd..tolltlted and.,InfumuLloa r* t ol-. C ft frobatr of HWY .b.ly o
I ,ra for *afty,.oovcahinee; and beauty 'Jut"' re H'-;red furuulied atebout"" cbanre. lddreaa )U'liUIEi and CARRIAGES: of ewry dtaertpII Q| WAGONS from Two to Six 'Boniar sale ld couaty CJ. d oak be diaekanJEfcE P.SH.el.- 1s.tlS $ I
Th Court decide thai greenbacks: I \ .
Supreme) c ivedaoctt"r sal*at the Drug btor ufct AlaTiN CJRU1N' ; CO., tlJa.W. naot-s cheafv C:ura.or produee ol tOud.Ukea 1t ; u 1--
k fid certucatM of Indebtedness not liable! lo any I MQ'TO&D. } b'* 1. '.0 vol i
art U. LIVELY: Riukera, N.w York Uly, Carriage 4 rr. I lu pt'ywcDL Alilyla T. J KOBnT, I !
?4It6.LaUee. .tr I, 1WB I lie,.. .*. !... ..,. w.t!Ii ;".; ai-iit "..." 1--u C..t<

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