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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: March 16, 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
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 12, 1867)-
General Note: Publishers: Dyke & Son, <1871>; C.E. Dyke, <1877-1880>; N.M. Bowen, <1888-1890>; Chas. W. DaCosta, <1891>; W.N. Shine, <1897.
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kl 1. 1 BY DYKE & SON. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., MAKCII 16, 1809.} NE\V SEHIES. ... VOL. 4NO. 32. I

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' Ta" I parted, and the roots resulting Louisiana: Mississippi[i Alabann, (Jcorgia of an untimely shower ; as ntniculturii .
TIH: itiMii: : I'LAT.Jea4 : from the division .I Don't slop over" thc ul.llmn, unlit, Sc
?* .--== -- being planted' diagonal!; and South Carolina! : and Florida.: More Lh, As lie pluceil 1 Ms hand on lIce young III'I liom! ;
ep ltlarC'h I.. ISD.ft before in the ground, about an inch of the top experience will bring this ;plant acclimated same relief f'ol, this precarious find t'ri. .,(lo it liy nil menus, gi> It lint ; I IPYRAFUGE
--- = -- Agricultural clldlIl11i. part of the root projecting from the surface to places! as it is ble ) of in nil
gration Attociation of Florida, at Us many where now supposed l'OI/iliol l'tl'rllInl'crtlinly ()o It while leather antI horseshoes last;

Ioe,"t Quarterly! .'Ieetingiell at Lakf City and if possible the lower part inserted it ('on1I0t) \ bo cultivated.HARTESTIXO. our agricultural, and financial and commercial Oo: It n-Ittle Milt, nnil hair on hone

fly, ," March 3, 1809, by! 3. S. ADAMS, Ee'I": some three inches in the earth. : calculation: Let us then compare: together Wi liolil tojotlicr till, go It, of course

8IrlIpp State Commistionct of Immiyratiwi. 3d. From layers ; from the roots ,ltntol XVhcn tho stems have attained. a height these) two plants ansi II'I what con- Oo I ns rnpld n ever you Inll.1IIIh'1 I

as aboM1, will soon spring up a growth, of sit or eight feet, they arc then ready to rlI-il'nl follow : I al.,1 1"l'r. my ilenr )young nmn.

, f A<<.IE'ITM.: The, K.imie Plant i i8 neither a new thing, and when it attains the heighth of two bo !hart., cstcd ; but should it bo inconvenient I 1st. Ramie: jields! ft fibre ns useful( as ; .Don'l Mop \ YUII'I(fliul seine day 1

'!' 1'I ma ta\j*otbort. d Ag nH, for con nor !is it a lcln ion. Dr. O'ltonrke jwblislied feet, these fronts should then bo gently for tho farmer: to commence cutting valuable nnd in ns largo qualities as cot Tlmt keeping nn eye to tlic ,111 will will pay.A .

Co' drertlitnit and inbtcriptlon,and recelTln"nd in 1853 work the textile inclined towards the he I hul nmy run a little too long.A .
ttnt n on plant earth and thus left at the time, the fibre will not seriously ton.
for wumtj for tame: prvaclii 'nch Just a tix
' rtcelptln C, W."*** Co.,88 Common st,Hew Orlwni.U of the world, in which ho says tIle t'tti till they attain a growth of three or four injured if Il'lIn the fil'J.l" w wk or two 2d. I Ramie: requires less cine: less culture .'" | %pn Im please* hut 1111101 wor'w Illi strong.rhml PYRAFUGE! 1

01, I? raou'I. SiM om, Xq., Montlcello,Fla.COI.C cacea or family of Nettles belong to the feet, when an examination: will show them longer. In cutting tho stems, an ordinarycane less labor, and of course less expense MIl iy.111"1". regret it In .

BU'DMW.Jaektontlllo. via.I:1 -._ ._. the family of Hemps. They arc all amiiiently to be assuming a brownish h color near the knife may bo used care being takento : than cotton. Keep lIt,, rn.l of the elton In view, .

: subscriber-- will\ otxenrt the Cross (M) Mrkoa textile.: In China an.l Japan they' root ; then, after making an incision (nt cut the stem little below tho ground.It !. 3>1. Ramie, when once establishedtakes! And don't slop over, wlmtcvrr )'i>ii da. .'

Lett paper.which repretenti that thelt term of inbicrlpli give particular: attention to the Urtic.i.N'i. each eye of the stem with a thin and sharp) will also be adv isablo, to extract tho fibre complete possession of tho ground, renews t )tuui't I"I' uvt-r. The w I Isn't Im'l

,o hiS mark expired after and the same govern ilfrnlfln tbemmlrei that accordlnjly.m that I. the.In vea and the Crlicstunn1: or UamieJlajus. : pointed knife, the stems or stalks -hollM! 1 when the stems\ are not too dry as itself l'roKll'r\ crop and year a\er! )'ear .r iHHiml to slop titer IUW 11.llh1. .

.po A : be gently and gradually bent down and that labor is then much more easily per, witholt tlmll'ibor: nnd' expense ",replanl- ,, .\111 yet (lie nlicul nt work or fi'ftst A SURE AND POSITIVE CURE

= The covered with about formed and of better \ if till culture of .\no tlic very ,"el"ho Munder, hun lenst,
species most renowned for the beau three inches of loose the fibre is quality: big necessary: in I'nloll.th '
:* A:'TD FAKCV: IU'I.I\: Tlioxe w Ito fir spill milk never wail For CHILI. FEVFf FEVER AND AGUE and
PI.4I ty of iu fibre is the L'rlica Xivea or Ikeh- earth without detaching them from tho broken ont while in that condition. A While cotton In cJll.'tlingl'lluHi. DUMB AOUKot .
0WlArepreparedtodo.1-- Am the ours w hun carry the stendlost (mil.Whrrcvrr
\ KINDS OF RULING meria Xivca, according to Ktmper, Sir O. root and leaving some nix inches of the simple and easily worked!. machine. similar tive to the conditions. of the earth and air, you go RO In for tlio fnt j .

Jtb.it nay be required, from the imallet not paper Stanton, Dr. Wallick and "'. Hooker. leafy end uncovered. In three or fonr to the ordinary flax breakers, is being contructed Ramie will produce n crop from, soils in Hilt dou'l slop over-Owe lit tli;it '

Jio the largest FallOUT LIB!. Lumens hiiinselt, 'cultivated t'ltica Ni ii en wl'kthu: layers thus buried will have taken for that put pose; ; with thus, tho ti Jl.1 cotton would perish, and \bite it t I)itt't )ouircIf. .

printed and ruled In style required and Gandichand, and then be detached mako his maiketablo will I endure ti drouth i U still \'nrIIHlrl-1
BILL n..ps any originated the appellation root, may from planter: van : crop: at prolonged Hoi Xornhvnjsri'iuli In HIP holiest sliill. PYILI"'UG" .

,In or ruled order without* for printing.ruling to the FLOBIBUHornc of JJ.tlimci, M applicable to the Mine the parent root, and being div idcd in pieces small, expense. In preparing the fibre for injuriously I allVcted by long UII.Il'llIlill..i The next lo HID hIghest will gemriilly" do,

| Send. your plant. may be planted I packing it hhould) ; bo, dono up in rain A lul nnsher tlio Il'.11 of sin-li. lid 3 uu.

r -- -- The Chincnu works on Botany ilescril 4th. From nhoot. When after\) planting llanks, nnd packed in t bags: or bales like 11 thu. While I Ramie has: no known enemy)' l'lmh..r""lInl', hit 11\1)1 MI"I. itte Cure all Illi Unit I U In-Ir to,but doc oiled

the cultivation of the plant and. the innnu- the root, the stalk !has: sprung up and cotton. All refuse; matter, such as leaves, of the insect or worm ppccico\ tho cotton And tuko tin-nth Ilhl ,.the top; rnplil euro In
ADVERTISING RATES : reached the hei hlh of six inches substance if tho of State bo in fortnight And so }on will rnc'h 1111 \11,1,1.1 strong
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(score of the fibre, under tho name of or eight woody stem, viehtoiild | crop} n may destroyed a Without slopping nvi r. Tlnn i nd, in)' nong I"

S 0 "Tchouma."-(Sec Journal of Horticultural tho top may be nipped off, when side bo strewn over (lie liel.l.; no other nnd tho cotton planter: stand meanwhile ---- -- CHILL FEVER, FEVER. AND AGUE,

THE WEEKLY FLORIDIAN Society London, Vol. IV.) shoots will start from nearly every leaf. manure is required.1'I1KL'.tRAlIOX. the helpless\ and "Hubjugated. victim ItvtsK Svui'p.-Tlie troubles In Culm' mny ma-

ThU m tho China nrn i-now called Ramie Allow them to grow some four or five full' MARKKT. of I dirty woim.Oth. tt'u hilly reilueo. tlio presenl I venr'n iMpnf ,lgnr.m.II..H. -ANDDUMB -

TALLAIIABSEE, FLORIDA. Inch is in demand in England and nchcs, then cover whole lull w hit earth, The Ramio is prepaioil, for maikot: I by a "'hill thin labor and /anxiety of th nnd, otlici ncrvacaris indigenous to Unit

the of the chianti visible.i machine inventitl, and in cotton for than twelvo I If so, says lint 1
-- --- other European countries. Tho first importations caving only tops recently patented I planter: moro a 1.111'1 .111.1111'.llh'l'S"
i---r-, rii: ; ; !: in England brought, $600 All these side shoots will soon form root!, this country. It tony: lie irivenby homo or month may bo nude: of no uvail, 8n.lll, r ItlT III tills rounlry. I..t til lill.rIOrU.. ACUE.
I II / 1 / per ; w ISA In tuna mutt fur sni li nn einer-
... I"p .. .eLu,' I,\ ;"l..l.; ; :..\._' o< ton; and tho present price i is *ISOO per ton when they ('nnl'l! separated nnd, transplant: water \power, or, where number of maliincs whether of brA or small I moans, 1 become a (etuy. I 11, \cryono l'f1'nr cuhtl(jilt' nn nliinuliincoorsorglnnn ,

I I too 1.00 SMSU ua IM too $ua.2 400 JM ce la !JT I,I$lf fl7 27 'rll? for the fibre cleaned and prepared for tho ed. are used, by nt am: |llOwer. This. Bankrupt l>y til. failure (f his single crop! Do I not trent this siigKeHlinii with -

I S 00 ?.O f.7a 1100 14 10 20 SO 44 manufacturer.: It is cKlcnt that the article 8th. From cuttings. When thin stalk n.icliino: has boon nsod Hiiucessfully in Metco the Ramio planter may IOHO I twitmicccMiivo 1.'gh'1. I.uliur I Is nun'li illtnri;:uil/ed, nil over the
14 III 50 M
4 a 40 tool TOO e.eo 11.00113 10.00,11.00,14.00: Mi:,,I MOO:: 11 14 :: i :: 'I 42S e r I is in great fn'or.-(5ee: ( circular of Me-[ turns brown, it indicates its ripciintsK\ anti. and was exhibited' operation tho crops\ and jet save: himself on tho third in 1 slitnd, and them mire few e\ l.li. 'HITS ofn recitatIon I'YRAPUGH !
: : : : 11 yj
600 1000 Is.aoIe.6o Ie.oo of L'nder tliesi- irennisliinetii, Ito
l In '1100IS'H 1100 MOO SO.00 MOO 4a 12 i Pa I' tn I 14A Crud it Co., Lit'erpuol.( ) Philip Miller[ the may bo cut into pieces of five or nix inchc State Fair of Louisiana, where it extracted tho suite: twelve lonths.71h. 1."Ulth'a.ennnot other Iso, limn ., Short

Jl I noolwoo:001700:: _/4S.W SI.OO4LM:: ooo:: Moo 7100:: 1II I 110 1ST 173M ill 901MJ eminent Botanist and grir.k'iior, in his great in length, and these pieces are to bo' thrust the fine, white) nnd, brilliant: nilk.like fibro \Vhil''ottun in thin most exacting ofnonarclm nip'row| mire Invnilably, followed by high htl"prices. now taking the 1,11'e> of all Patent MoJiclnen
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diagonally into the ground tho end in a few minutes. When the plant is more, than: n demanding: I I 1
work on Botany, published' in the beginning upper\ for year, The South I runt nvold the et lit." these high prices, ami a
A square I* ten*minion nnactomptnled llnet or leu.Advertisement hT the CASH will not of this century more than sixty years projecting about one inch. ripo fur cutting, wlikL 'is injicutol by its thu \performance of 1 IhulI'lUI.I.lltil'N: each: If II \Id "1IH'III'| Its \\ g< tierons suit. itt

.Knit.attention. ago, dtfBcrihes the Kamie plant as follows : ?IEI.I) CULTCKK. assuminff' a brownish (M br.- it is cut and in Its R\l'rolri'II'\ moment, with I no furongli tlio npH| >nI nll.h', nnd un'li I:inner ciin rnUii asnllli

If the money enclosed doe not coyer the numbsr ofInnprtions "A It cannot be too strongly stated that: tho taken: at: once to tho michine: for it muni ( ) and no, relaxation: h ncy of s> nip to supply bis own liiinily; REVOLUTION
ordered U will be Inserted a ,lest number perennial plant, sending up many 1101 ,
time*. talks from the root which rise; four feet and: intended) for tho Ramio{ should) bo tot remain many .1:1)'H: after being cut hofore labor, I Ramie{ I ito an i indulgent friend, will : ind In-Ip public.lo supply UK 1"'IHIIM.r Uie IU'II'I"'

One or two copies only of the pprr will\ be sent to *dnrtlscrs deeply cultivated, sod ifsuh- ouht'ul to thu! it U drcsxcd or ginned, an the dryness wait for its mccil of attention, and, though I .11"11 oct55
tho heaves four inches and
unlace an especial agreement. to the contrary. l I- high ; long, two
mid. half epth twelve or fourteen inchex, to much : or hardness of tho stalk incrcasuH tho difliculty leglected, l is lot viixlictivo.bill. .
one broad: serrate, Adrertlsement not marked with the number of lime side and white underneath with the better. The first year it would\ be no. of dressing nnd di-colors and lessons Ami while from the necessity, of GENERAL History of Physician's Practico
nppcr tory
nfl\ be Inserted until forbid and charged aecordlggly.and essnry to cut out tho weeds and keep the tho value of the f"rl. In.ll'II. it may boloubtod ho mo>t cxiut |> cotton i Is by
All contract advertiser whose amount of apace th'e longitudinal u-ins ; landing on very I'rtllnltillll AdvertisingDirectory. .
length of lime are tied l bf above rates, will be required long foot stalks ; its flowers axillary, in Intuit clean, but the tendency of the plant: whether it will not bo moro nd. the. unsi'ttleil ) condition of U'III about Conimracri.iriF. .
lo conOn. their advertlslnf strictly to their own business, will vnablo it avoid the abor unfitted -
to ratoon to the for tho
to
occupy\ comlctcly vantageoiis planter measurably being
inl_ otherwls. loose amenta and succeeded, by seeds in I t
.UpoJ.ted.0- \warm countries ; a native (lr East: t Indies, > tho ground and! exclude, all foreign rouble and expense of prepnration of tho great staple crop of our State, Ramie, on TUB Tin** fur ln. rtlng l'.d.11 this Directory are I
'r.".. or H.b.C'r'plioa i : growth after the first year. After tho secnd fibre, and send it to market in its crude thl very account, can: wl.IIu, follows, to lb"M who already ailvurtUo with u., via:
China and MII.tltll..1
'\rAnDum. : : I t : $3 00 Japan. Fl .lint., S mimlhs, 11(101( Thrwi Iliifs, 8 nms, Sinn 5
BlzMonthi. : : : : : 100 Thread and cordage of the thickest kind : year, little cultivation will bo iiccitway state when it is worth ten rents per \pound DtI Whatever c'laim'll"tton: may ascent 11.0' I In.niunlli., ll laP P I "' "n"11.", (I I"s. 1 1 ..
.. > 00 between tho In Vom ) I1.UI..II..r.I $d.W'| hru.UI"', I ,ter, 3.0
The Months, : I I : > r except one ploughing rowsin gold. being practically -
are made of this in Japan, China mid Cochin /glnllltlrllllo. To all others Ibo rate will be fulluwt
llngleCopy' : : : I' 10DRINKING. the ,spring!, and tho pprending. of manure However, n single machine cost only lopoly' of tho HOIIIII States, pertain : WONDERFUL FEVER[ MEDICINE I H E EI
China. The Mnlays manufacture from Yin. hueS, I. $1 1 in 1 lime list.., S .... fIW
-- over tho surface during tInt inter months. #200, anlls competent to do tho work of with equal force lo tho I Ramio: which, Kl", Hum, ..11.,"h., A IM I Tlinwlllu.*, a mi'*., ,
I .-Withm twenty-five years it the best fishing lines in the world. | I year, loud | Three lint,', 11..r.' '.0
The fields) } ought to bo laid oil in pieces several! planters, who, I by l'lnhl.illtoueLh- bile 1.lll'h"IIO these State M much us 11.ln.
tlio Maine given to It bjr nil who tiara need and
II I we hare buried three generation of young The propagation and culture of the I 1U- I r No tununl.l"n. .lIowo.IIO t AI"It| C'" Ih unite I
for about rows in width and n in tho and of machine cotton ha of natural domain of
twenty pas- er purchase into a : f'ulily" rslus. who illsreKnrd the I"hol. but call
men, who went to early' gra\* through mie, or Urticoctca, according to Miller, areas I
follows sage loft to go with a CUlt or wagon nay very much lessen the pensu of precration. | ito grl'alt'r'xlollt., and belong us peculiar-. I r Onliirs r"r pnlillsblnt unlsln this PIIlr'I'
baleful influence of ami whig- :
tho brandy
r the CAHII will nut ntulv
key. Some of these young men gave Sow the seeds in March upon a bed of irougli. In this way the plant will not Iy and specially\ : to the South( a* over did 11"Ie by .ttllh., .- THE ONLY TRUE MEDICINE
be hurt with the wheels. in
wagon gather. VAICK OF rime cotton.
of usefulness-gome were rich light earth. When the }plants ha\'e 1.\1R TALLAHASSEE FLA
promise great big R.imio.: The rows ought to bo about Tho value of this plant may be estimatediy 10th. Tho very uncertainly ._- --- .-. -- ..-
extraordinarily bl'ilHant-some were. tho come up, transplant: them into beds or per. IIUt'I.ln/ For llase (Complaint.
In will lirou I feet apart, and the plants in the coiihiilering, it first by itself, and hecondy ho I'lIltlir of cotton ha* gitui it power AVK11Y: IlHnTIIKItS' I : ,
and of their families. But Bran. uanont ridges. July they flower 1 ,
pride nmlMny
hoj)0 and too much for them and in warm climates the seed wilt ripen rows half that distance. When the field by comparing it with cntton, a cropwhunce of fascination which i I" like that of gam-: "el'I..tl of l.lviry I\"h.\, Miriliiinln.IKOKAW .
whiskey were
dy i 14 ready for planting' that is, ploughed and value ix well known. i ding, smith lu"Il it so attractive in a -
and down they went, headlong, among the fore autumn. If they are permitted to n l r. It.,
leaned then it t bo harrowed fur. In the first then in its crude and
mu ; a 1lace great muteasure to confino thoagticiilliiro of Halo Stuidsa nmlDtnlcr ,
dead Happily whiskey is being toted shed, they will come up the following Killer| Ir .ly'r,1 WE CHALLENGE A SINGLE CASE
men. and, when the spring and flourish without further care.- row i is then made) every three relit, about unprepared state, it is worth ten cents per, one-third of tho continent II one or two In 'urrliiKv, Hug),'',''* 111' Ilarutcius.
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a vulgar tipple, presentrace -- -- -- -- --
three to four. inches deep, and in these ound but when the maihine Cotton -
; lrelac.lly crop\ and corn' havo ruled J..
of drunkard has the of all They may also; be increased by purling' the ( Jrl'lt ICI\UI. Tl
: goue way furrows the 1lalllsllro placed: but with a ginned, it is worth at bust sixty or sta divided but exclusive M..tdUII Tuilur ami dculrr In TRY OlRPYRAFUGE
way
drunkard the newgeneration now coming outs in May[ and then being planted carefully potter I Dry I HIMHU, At:
in earth." little more care than often sweet pot.itoeH: t-l\ cl'nllll'er pound, f '1 it has been : and thus have hliut out that varied cultureof l'I"lhllll.

onlthe stage will discard it all together.- light lire planted.! The furrows ought to bonade for that in thu English market various which agricultureMainly I II CUIC1IMIW) J. lilc'ulcr ..
Whiskey and brandy may be taken as From all which. it is evident that: the lul I crop UIII III 1",11. (i-HH>i'lully H'luH.II.I.,)
KO that tho rain does not utaiid too Secondly, M compared with cotton, BiipoMtig > I .depended; progress nnd, i levaion. c.
hoiropagated \
medicine but they are pernicious as beverages prevalent idea that the Hamio can only ttltl"llry .
long, yet all heavy washing ought to be > tho yield of the two crops to boipial -
AND DENY IH
from the root cuttings i is prob- U.laowa(* ( : ) :,
dreadful.
-Eec/tange. ,ireventcd. Rooted plants aa well as lay : tho, above price is coimidirablyabove I I II I lli.. Cotton, nnnceptiUe of little imirovement \\ linlmnlci and Id lull under liidriittrlvs
-- not founded in fact. The f.u-t that
PROTECTION IUrBTUTED.-The Washington ably ers ought to be covered with earth nearly I Ito the averge price of cotton, taking I in its method* of eiiltme, tolerating Kiirnltiire suit. the seeds of the Ramie are much kinaller I i -- -- WONDERFUL PROPERTIES
correspondent of tho Cincinnati thu the tops, and if the shoots arc too long ntu cOI-i"l'ratiol all tho various rnlelau.1 only corn a* a matter of luresHity" I., II us.. ;
han those of tho Poppy' indeed about / )
Commercial (Republican) publishes the on rooted plants, cut back two or three qtiahtios of that staple. fur, like the nephew of Li* uncle/ it will 1'"u.th'll Hiirvfjur auu.lIritughutiuuuan.. .
size of Havana tobacco seed nu l conequently AND MOST
following piqmant sketch of the protectionist transmitted mail in eaves. Roots ought to be covered with Hut tho average yield of thc two crop' larbor no rival near its throne, IUIH, by I.HIJ:1: J.un: 1J. Tit
a
easily by I ( "lho'I.r nt (
and hu dopes : mall have stimulated tho earth about two or three inched deep. In : is not the Maine. Whatever m.iy bo the he rude style of cultivation and, clumsy 1t'11 tlullII'lt., i'oiiiinlwiliiii Mirt'lmnl.IIKIU 'h.hlll., .
package may 1\1\ .. OBSTINATE OASES MUST YIELD.
aso some plauts or roots should not occasional and actual of -
Let me illustrate. I go like an ana, into belief grow ]erhapi yield colon ill.ll'll'ntl which are mifliciciit for itself,
dealers in Ramie
(
roots to : {
un
the axe-handle business. I find that it easy the vacancies should be filled l an soon a.* in the Southern Status, it is well known 'irectnally killed all aspirations for im- ".I.\I.In ( iriNi-rli-, I'rovlnlmi*.

won't pay. Axe-handles can be bought of the fiction. possible, and alwayit the best plants taken that) in this State it is by roiniiion cniiHclit ,roved, mctlKwU, improved tOlls nnd skilled (''I,, t .'rull., I.hlu.n.Ar.IIOUfK .

I cheaper! in Canada than I can make them And, a* appears' from the abov e quotation for this purpose to get an even growing al.1 common use, coimideied high Itruisutifgouil cultivation, which i I. the' very soul : :, I). I'Altiirncy. -- - ( ..1..1. of IC..ld.a.'U nattl
ho I hasten up to Congress and state my from Miller, written more than sixty 1.1 'oua.rJ-n b..Itowsi ou lnqwlry.
the field. A* soon us the plants have reached 1 laud to nay that "il will biing a ho cicnco of agriculture mother of sciences at |.w.
grievance. It is a grat interest say often (ultra Hturc.KlltKhKY .
since it is: not true a* has been uvtr l'urety'.hlormssue.
sepulchral Kelley, and must be protected.It years of even to eight inches they ought to bo iale of cotton to tho a'r." Hut a e"Ua. and more worthy of respi! -than uny -- .

is a great interest, echoes Mooi head, stated that the useful properties' topped like those in the nursery to force: ion of the evidence within reach, shows of her family. \ : At JOIINMlNMiuliwilnainl Id tail,I Dialrraln i'ftii'tui.is: : ,' NIII.I Ar

' Wilson Sherman, Wade A Co. It i i. a his plant were discovered in 1845. the plant to brat tide shoots. When hit a single cutting: of a "..1 I'MtabliiiliedJiinie 12th. Tho cultivation of cotton, possiMyu |U" UI.HII, llriKrii, Ilitnlwure, Ac.Itialinlii .
CiBrfsutAiMvit. shrieks the Tribune et at; The Ramie introduced. fromat -- -. ------ -'-'--
plant was
these Utter are to about five or field! will
grown I : give 000 to 800 of necessity certainly as a mut KlNhflN di. TIHhslrTH.
I
Hie expense otcj a ]law is passed, forcing into the public gardens of Paris by six inches in length the plant ball a bu..hy IH.u".I.of later (heels, LIPPMAN'SWHOLESALE
nail other axe-handle to I and some say even 000 to I 1200 pounds t'r of fact, lass stimulated fun:ibly that Dry
emu rchasing an
1 be sessIon laJs, instead of twenty-five. This pay Monsieur Blume, an eminent French I Bot.- appearance' ; then tho phuit i ill hilled nearly thl fibre and of the Ramie three crops in eternal hunger for more land morn land I U"rl..ami C'uuM IUllr.

'"k.t wen- protection to American industry. artist, in 1844. In being found after many to the top, and at the same/ time all weed each: year may be taken. The ruult thiitit which ha been tho undying curse of the McDuKIAI.I.. JOHN, DRUG STORE,

-'si* ,q tacb' rotect. my industry !at the exaiiuit experiments that the climate of Francewas destroyed. The plant ill left to grow now a successful year in Ramio: planting South. 1"I.I'r, I".lulu'r aii'l r In MUHII.ML'.NKH | .

."> [ /(e wood-chopper. But then he not suited to the nature and want of until it has reached the height of about: would give, taking the lowest c.tilutl or And finally, if this Society would! rno t .1 N." ,' '''' (iS.

.r.. .U lU/sioess:V>n'* be make to be axe-handles a vood-chopner.? Serves the new plant, yet the experiments made feet, then it is cut down even with the lion 1'lulI.1 at a culling and) only Iwo cuttings directly assist in giving to our Slate moro Itukrr I. \IllK'*. <'iintc:'.&ll.fl n<0..,,ami I)ttth.ms InUrnrcru /.\VIIII..II"! 8111 nelail.y
ots. f in France having tested and established inch below The ami, M<- gutiuraily.stygits .
:.lgC e3,1It. ground), or better one il a year, 1200 pound of the f.rll. I'IIY. more mild, more skill, hotter method F''UI.ti i T. P. TATUM Druggist

-e- iu valuable qualities Monsieur Benito fibre of tbU first growth can be used), buts which, at filly cents would, be worth 4720. of farming, lore and moore contuiU-d & COlllult111 ,
/ A CItIII-'IL TAUI.i loezl Botanist of some distinction, introduced because the and WH.Jiilry, TALLJ. al!. rh.a
a roots t
L.
not perfect yet, ray KAtllK UK aCnKTITUTKI) fOIC COTTON and citizens better
prrMjierou all.11 gene bilvrr Ware >'in tr0 aid firmers in arriving at accuracy 4 .
cultivation of the into ..
the plant bulbs are not jet large enough, aud there Numerous experiments rt'cenlyuado ral condition ; if would, muk agriculturea -- -. '- -- -

,In*,at estimating field under the cultivation amount of the land followingtable in differ. Mexico, and from thence it \n: come into are as yet too many side shoots. A fewlays b.y eminent IlotauinU. such a lilume, calling to h Iroal I of a'ld CIIIO men toM 1'OOI.K: .Mtle M'OTT.Wlml smut l Id-lttil. Ihalrr Iu WW... *.. TION..... WH.'., .... 1..

the Southern portion of the United States after this cutting, a great many ra- 'ortune, FurLs, Itelamior, Leclaucher. aud proud, of calling, dethrone King Dry Uij. (Jnitcriillarilwarv, Ac.
U given by an agricultural ooteuipo- its successful culture will probably be will make their the elder ; TISON & KUDON! ,
and buns appearance} on others, confirm the statements of the Motion, even if all in the one of Spam you I'KATOItll'H. J JHN

rary : confined at least to the Gulf States and urftce.: The whole work now couki.U in men of science, Miller, Httnton, Wallick are compelled to take in lieu / )J'rd.II] Tailor ami iti-al". COTTON FACTORS
5 yards wide by 968 yards long contain Carolina all eeds. This second growth establish h tlcf/lllul. I'Mlilng ami OcnUuiui-n'* .'urllhu'j I the keeping out I aud) Hoker and apparently" L ktituto that i,laid t I.'ar. near relation -

acre.10 yard wide by 484 yards long contains From the various pamphlet, and books will be under similar circumstances agreat 'ond a pc-radventure the following propoition t., 1'ml"lllltet.. rt'HDY. JAH. E: Msuutflicuture-r tlriili In I"Carriage*, Commission Merchants

1 acre. within my reach, and other publications ; deal more rapid thau the tint, was, at I least : Ux>u the nature of the culture tUIJI.Ca"11.1"" )1"I'rl.I.Hol.l .. blue finding, ike. .>.. .. mi. "'

20 yard wide by 242& yard long contains alluding thereto, the following sketch of anti can be cut when about four feet high; 1st. That the Jri. has a fibre stronger of the Ramie) with upeoiixii usc'tirr.- w. Y. v. SAVANNAH 'lltl.

1 acre. the nature, value, peculiar qualities modeof each growth will have less undershoots, ban the bent European: | hemp or Flax. tit the fibre and 1 rOte for propagation ; J4 ICMI..1 IlilUrJ Kuliiou ..., -GEORGIA
:40 yards wide by 121 yard* !long cork of culture and the soil and ,,disappear altogether.The .- it. fibre be fine all Li. At the EtiliUiiK (' tams 1 acre. propagation oon they 2.1 Tat may spun may be procured by application to IAWflNU AND KOtt Oil IRON TIM AlI >-

80 yard wide by 601} yard long contains it requires, i is compiled! the object being planting in the field ought to be done lax al' w rnuih more durable.3d. J. (Juilmartin &('IJ., of. Iaanlah. (ieor- V CO. U%V., ) aand an Crup.. ..m.i. ul' C"",.

1 acre. not so much to |I'rV'hctl an essay of start io the spring but can b<1 continued until That the Kami U a viuorou grow gioor to ,/. JUuikner, at "=F. Virgin' SuJ (:.tul'm susulCoiiiwjiiii, McrtlunU.HUNK. t.ld,1 Lbrl.d..o f.r n..",.|,1"uI'1. .IIUt. |_V, ...fry

70 yards wide by 69J yard long contain ling originality ** to collect and condenseinto hate in August aol the ,beginning: of fepember. er, needing little taro or cultivation anti Store, 104 Jravier Nn.-.t New Orlean. rff.rl w.lt. .. to tnilnu.I'|Sr-l| 1.0.,1"11. uuUUvui

one acre. the tmallet-t j-os-ible compass such Those which are planted late of textile :. IL .\.,
feet contain "i1ro"UCI a gn-aUr a1"UIt f -- -- ----- .tw-Isiincer., Couuitcilecinti Mm'lutul amiItraUr
.I acre.220 feeL wide by IBB long knowledge, information suggestions a* aunt be covered in winter time with straw >r. any known 1IDt MiwiiiiLi'rr' AXU Joim Ilin.-TitM.. iu (>ri.rrlu>,. UII'le"|' Ac.HI.fHf.Elt. S. SOLOMON

440 fret wide by 99 ftft: long contain night be useful to those who 'a Uh to embark or leaves because they are yet too young 4th. That, within its own legitimate M
1 acre. : in a new enterpri which seems toromUe and Under to resist k\ere fro.te. Those tound (probably throughout, the (iulf! duds *run la (.jtihihil| | r, Tlu rAliii'1 1 Iron nmlIVuUr ,
I .lmli, 4cc. iu1. by ill ti nun,cout.tell. I la l \
110 feet wide by 395 feet long contain > well : planted! early m spring aud the early ;part State* at leant) it will yield from three to I Any le lice Lusty tine uugIi.1. governwiat fur O..urIUu't'urltinl1. ItUVAX STREKT.Thrn .

I acre.60fevt. I TIlE riTTI><* aolUA (,f summer do not nted any protection, aa ire crop in nt. year. ill, lets libiily'it ,<-*, lit .\"'. tuul Iu I tuition PINSA OLA. FLA. I, l lbs.IrIIU tbu .1'uliukl U..M
wide 723 feet long *, W Ul spouted mnutruq.i| by Uie Auwr- bAVAN'NAII. UE011RIA.
by andy soil U tie natural b.oInt of th*> will make roots eighteen to twenty. Such and cou Juk>ij nt-ein to d Il --
I acre. tOlltaiU.a\\ they fat ":u |," aicd llul I Ult< iiou Ibru4 would bTANI-KY, O.t".r"1. 5r1it.Je.I'" I.
120 feet wide by 363 feet long Rumie. Of course, the richer the bottter.I four incbt dtp. All refuse matter ailing termiue absolutely the. feasibility of tubtti-- t* dulfiiuirable Iu tutu lulbm and uujii &ftc \ \Ml Law, l'II,1 Kin.

I acre. I But generally peaUn I
240 feet wide 181) feet long contain 1 fur this culture anl this ij and in the Lara for inter iue- AllVAXTACE OVCK UrnojlfWken
: by : moat uiiuble ; ected, put HAS IT AkY wl bbl, pi' itu>u itt .111* JACKSONVILLE FLA. FACTORS
Clcn W >
1 acre. particularly desirable fur a nursery whose All: the manure corning: from the .Aanthout.I we riflect upon the gigantic mluence this bcisfiirgooe &tbn verge of butuilUtkm -' .1

---- For field culture and brought bleb the cotton ," M> i London 7.eces-s i bleb .tics UnW. Col'MHUtf, ,
MANual FOB I'OT4TOU.-AD exchange }plant are to be propagated. U carefully gathered w Ao"rk& crop ) linukw |hhrr.atlaner and General Commission
lays the following receipt for potato U the 1 Ramie will thrive in any good back on the field. Iu this way such a ita* brought to &upon the J'ua and \xa\ rtj_tu worth the of fcc one yearto casual! observer : and Wel hen al. lubi, Iu bully b iota |Nt)lag Ibt-M ltu- -- -'-- -' .- A..ae .rr
price world -
any paper sandy !land. It w e\ident to a field will give a rich return for many years, Vlicy[ of the Et -w : CU4KLEATON.
of Iti Wiu w U tit* rtnmlL I C
farmer that i iii abort manure. I uiijtcluiv I. SAVANNAH CA.
any
that our Mate iu this respect U notilladapted without need of being replanted. The exjentute we recall the tbouJ ni consequences tbe .l rrful I -- rikiKkev. w. .
i* aa good as the beat uperphocpbate of strongest sad tw J <' ( I -- -- I 14. ,(I..Y.l'
.ful culture! ot this regard to w kit: kind of toil will that have been ty an cud in U OLIVlm, J. UIWIE.S 6 .
lime and it will not cost *o mocb. It ha I to the "ucce; in : cu inoJ.erat I the w.t U- beentrie.Iiwoyearian4is good on dry I new textile plant. To secure a vigorous tic the belt, U DOW limited, but so iuuUi; U and alt libel assertion of the cooimtrcul it ill D 11"' cml lbruujb iulliiuJaliua.hutb Ouatnl (i> .UJI)I.r tout, JAOS: M & SONS,

land. T eonecaakot lime and aIcktt I and reliable as well as rapid growth, a certain that a taudy rid loam suits the iiupurtnc of a single article of production I a ...t tbip buiUrn ww.wbud No. ill 1 hay Sireat, (uver Wikvs Oo.U,1 ) OADW

with water, and then stir in one b..hel of .' breaking anSI pulverizing "f thf soil to : plant very well or any "> 1 wt&icbbasa and the tuuappiicatiou & various 1 i*uuU Uiiuwd UIJUA (be ,.L.uulJ 1'L'LASKl itottii: .uOrr

fine salt, and then mix in loam or ashes the depth up of front ten to fourteen InCh_ water retaining lIub-eoli.! Wtierettrr rs.miai direction of a deductirow the utaiia- grcsti) 4t u I v u-grass ".I'1 W It WThUnsrr PrtpseWr.J.4&itst. COTTON FACTORS ,
enough, ao that it will not become uturUr ; I _. u. AttXJMMOUATlOM WHARF
it will make about fire barrel I'ut half should be secured a* a preliminary .t-f ; iruw time u uni the plant can begrown tics of tra>le-w 1"1 ,..t MM year after fear Bevrniy ibmuuxl sense UI Unil embracing ---- -- --- ---- ----- -- -- -
)t'ecchevyGruS, bov.lj YORK .-|>arl<:.l.*i, Ive sill Var.Ua.
aLs&bsktuuw.sellia at hi NEW CITY.
pint Las hill at planting. All oiajinrt BOW TO rao''OATS> IIHTV.1st : U la NorUt as eottoo, a 55 tai the temporal well bj of ten wllluDt of at JnitwafilU: va the lat Uutuiajr U ArrU.Ttui Kclrr tboa

containing i potato are particularly uitabW Tbe Uan may be propagated (rote North a. the earth a-je ofret*: wore ; buw beiog nkl tepee the precarious lewIs .siioalrj la Llajr, Urafifv, AlcdcuaMackI. 8JIALLWOOD, 10jHU. CO., j VUYANCC4 t IUOCjD"e. U ;. J.iwd ,

for the) potato. Ashes contain more tban the seed a* drtcribeJ in toe quotation ofji2er tbaa Sti1; icbe. dHl4 tQ inlet wise Tb : growth of a mngUiirixter plant at the met ,, \"tl l bumur. ami many of them Y.1.4 1"1- 10 UercUaiiU' fexmtl., Bl ot t..1di'i Naliuiu Bonk. c.a.
any other natural fertiliter, and thon'd) be an vera u.:. u '(1" .& fJ
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freely aae.l aDd carafully sav4. m lli, beginning: (>fttiu trudy

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Itn not too Hit*!) 'I''" .dnna..nl A<>,lrr... ..: A Ihtiunblhll7' ltlng.1 Millie iVcwM 'I.m. lIRSI' QIAKTIKIV; : : Mcrrorrrrtiiiftn :'rl'I\U.

I 1JII efbt eSftltln jfloribiiiii.o oinc ol our Southern contemporaries arc Uiriwing Ccimparlsona nre odious. And yet one cannot if Vnrioti_ ama the shifts tow tiich people betake, y ; "' -, BY TELEGRAPH

> < l) # r I trouble In ndvnmo, by Inclining to the )help) hs.-iitg struck ''With the wide difference I IK* themselves In order to eke out I sub lslence.Durig co"rn.KO rnoi pi TirtrnE- Iron SluM ruminux. of HI* AurlcnHnrnl and ,

_n ,_ ._ I den that (Tin. GiHNT mean \Id' jmrsmo hareli t Iwecn Uie( inaugural address,lately rtronwmccdGen. thft war there were Bounty agents"jto Immigration Aid A.iocli. llon of n i FROM WASIIINOT.IN.

I1I course towards the South. The Washington. GRANT and similar utterance by formerPresidents. swindled the( Stile and Bounty Jnmiv Barker known' In =' Little BilImgs lion foIln.e ofFlorl.ln.j A' WASHINGTON- '
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correspondent ol the 1'altimorc Uaiclte IrUcII, In IlthllA Is the dllelnee more crV w,1.0). \Incited llieanny und tlalilr. After ," and who l is now Judge Mirlou county, Suet prcsentc-d a petition lu-,,tnt 1 "i I s'

clrl things R In trl for the doomed Itlln. remarkable. than ( tone of self-confidence the contest closed, there pmng tip pardon bro lias been receiving somo hard raps from correspondent LvKufJiTt, March 8d, I860. Texas;, asking a provisional, gprotcclioif ,,\ ,

'..,.1n,, .llnrHi 1ft. I flU. That 1 w titer pniplifies in llif, follow In"1 flonmy n tumed by flue one In contrast n Ith the ,distrust kers" Who 81 h"Illhe, applicants for relic from in HIP Hinncr, nlileh is now 1 Prc-senl. (G.idsdrn, County Delegates-C. H.DuPontS. lion Is asserting thai it iii.,, .
( adopted the State
: -. ; ., Inn l gll: of the'Ir""fch'I'Y n\o\I'II" 'lhr others. Ixrl us (the Inin. and. 1>'nl1lel of treason, and now'e Republican j ji>tuunnl. lal Referring to the action of I B. Love, Win. McLnuc'hlin, A..J. the relic-Is, lit I i

( v, niKi:: sr., rdilor.: llin flrfinttnrtinnta ovi-lfrmt Ifimiin nil i lllu tratp liy quoting| fiom, HIP 'Inaugnrals of lie \ II 'slIeiI a li'abilily Ring," who Barker In "ctrtil this correspondent, Smith ; Honorary members, I' W. White, S. U- Mr. Wilson liilroduecd, a bill n i-

'. ,it. niKK, Jr., \.1.-1 liilllor. tl'ft ffiinino? In ,1 inrlnn nfOit fiuiiilt' -tnmtttgnlJif five earlier Prcslclenls.WAMIIXOTON llnctortakp, fftfil( roiflilernrion., to Inflenr the among lher thing siysJndfe (11: StepliensI1luvztril Love, A. M. Harris. persons from political ili ahiitjc|

= to 1rl/I of fiimnfr in nrgmium-but, he designs : r?inovn111Y Cbngrcs I0II l enactment imprellments Hirker brlmvpcl, In this cnsn likct a man "- foot ('ouitmiy-h' I tonorary memlicr, C. K Dyke.Mncltoofi the hr.Judiciary Poole Introducedalmnm Committee. '

at the same (lime to luonopoll/c the patronage rite magnitude nnd Ilfl'lltyof (the trust L tow to holding office A Washington letter suddenly bereft of reason, .and no one Inn accuse Crtuhly 'DtlcsntctIolirr' Wcsicott latva and dlsprtwlng ivtth the test, ,,1, -

:1I of the go\-eminent I I His imliecile Cabinet is lilrli (tho voice of my country called me, being says there Is authoiity for staling that investigations him of being possessed of a single grain of decency and A. C. Whittiti.: instances. ntlu, ? ''fUu

c1' h universally anathenmli/ed 1 by the Illelll: but sufficient to awaken In the wisest and, most experienced arc in progress which, If successful, will astonish or modesty. Ignoinnt ol law, devoid of Columbia County l1l'1I'gIlIL'fI-J. 3. l iDII'Y- The following dominations \\<

i. t they are held in check by ,/tnim lr'ri7' in of her citizens a distrustful scrutiny In. (the country. Under ".t\lce privately received what dignity right cither 1:1:for ho himself iiion| or the(the selL ho of usurps the, Honorary members A. B. Hagau, G. U.v Smith- of Senate(Hie Treasury by the President Hamilton 1 : Boutwd) antlns '"

rlj, ": tIl tiwtio1m( nb*>lnti ,gugntian iiflfie Srnitficrn -. ,t his qualifications, could not but ovcrw helm from Generals Buchanan, Mcada and Gil- County Court ? In w.lint way lias lie bcmefittedtho son, S. L. Niblack, I' A. Holt, W. P.lforne, O. Secretary of Stale t : Washlmrn Fi-h i \_ H

13 HE.IDJ.\Q MATTER OXKKJtrTAllK: 81,1, with despondence one who, Inheriting inferior loin, several very expert detectives of the War ( Slate 1 What deed has be performed that ho P. Luther, Charles Ross, P. Sheffield, J. lit. to France; General Ruwlins to i, i ,, ,

_-_ ------. What idi-ucc I is tlu] 'ro to sustain such dark cnlowlenl, from nature, and unpractised iu the Department are work to expose llio existence must bo rewarded with! the honors nnd emoluments Crews, John W. Jones, W. lit Ives, 8r., Dr. LIp. War.As
of the office he ? Not
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I'' \ A. denIer In General Meirliandisc Gro address-il is not found in the fluid cast of IheC"hlnllleihl h conscious of his own dcflUcncie" out of Congress, of w'hich the Is lo secure Judge, but the Interests nf tho pnrlybeh Ellis,. T. T. Long, It. Hollowny, I). K. Edge,, son's pardon's. arresting tw \t -

f IOI'KINf Sltil BrushGins hit found\ in any order, emanating ADAMS! : (the passage through Congress Jurlo' relievingany has the misfortune to enroll him in rluks Alex. 'aoung.Suwannee Ex-Solicitor Bincklcy and E\-c -

_; cerie,\; n1o Agml for"Cliillct from him through flue General of (the (Ou this subject IL might better become me fo cx-rcbcl of Incligibity, always provided that prejudiced, hy his acts. Sir, If this Southern land County Delegate-Thomas A. Cnrruth. Rollins, of the Revenue Department i,
the ell know, Taj lor Gin. Is lo be those
; n governed by who have no interest to-day. Rollins found
A I The hhEn1o.N back lo Ixniisi- be silent, or to speak with diflUlcncc." Raid be .five dollars Is cash refuge In Hi, K,
g all sending a sum, to twenty paid In it, let us, nt least, havo and competentmen. flee. Subsequently
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:.1'f '' Photographs, by) WM. KI'ISI C'all eaily as,lie t ana: )no ground for fear. Gen. GHAST opposed JEn'I"MJ: down for each name In this nefarious business Loyal men .101hl goo govern all'ni State DuvM County Delegates. 8.Adams, amuel missioner Harland, who.Bineklt-y rcspondm.met( : ,n ,iin,,, t "'

Intends to lea\e again the latter part nfIi. Mr.! JonssoN'* order rcimning that officer in (hefir4 I avail myself (the presence of that portion it Is alleged( that adventurers, both male and female hut mint we look far away from our own homes Fairbanks, J. P. Sanderson i Honorary members ly to the question whether he wnuXl, tit,,,,

:r- Sundries for sale, 1 liy J. t FAIHII\SKf, JI'k".n.: Instance, and, pride of opinion, i nothingelse of my fcllow-clti/ens which Is hero assembled to who In the days of Baker and Stanton, to while import wo strangers have competent to fill and,, loyal disgrace our ofce" A. Huling, O. S. EdIt, F. Dibble, C. L.Koblnson knocked Bornmtcd clown tint by Bincklcy, when, th,, '

"ille, FIn.i' wouh induce hint to undo il by replacing express my grateful' thanks for the favorih dabbled In pardons on a cash basis, are engaged. left to fill office iu Southern land ? 11en A. Bnldiv, W. Call, J. C. Grecly, G. Buckman,, WASHINGTON belligerents., March 11-SENATE

i Ilnnol tuned and palled; by }:. I II Fr..v': ..n- l him. Besides,civil law has since l>een rcstoicdlnLouisiana \hich (they have been pleased to- lok towards The concern, it Is said,re.emlMI 1 sort of national Let hint be forthwith' removed, and sonic ole S. D. Hubbard and John Cardy. establish lie Indian Department \\ -,?';

i .' tIC w 111 stop a fow dnYI: lIIl)'. and :JSni-run.vs could not, If he was i I me, to declare 1 sincere COIRlol.UeS that the bureau \lilt head' officers here and \lilt branch competent and fit for tho office of Judge appointed Many' visitors from Northern States, (ladies: and: The bill strengthening the goveranin, ,

r ). 1 Oissolution of l paiIneNiip: by II. I II. (lAwnt.n tlispowil, play (Ito 1 tyrant without liiinglng, on a task Is nbovo my talents, and that I appioacli establishments In Atlanta, Charleston, New Orleans In his sl end. gentlemen) were also Iu attendance out was by taken ft vote up.of The 27 to second 14. scclion n--, ,HV
Without
ConIIit that wouUrti\ discredit on his i it with those anxious and awful and The men employed In It Tho minutes of (lie last annual meeting were I mm-, -
"4't mid 1) H. MEOINMWI. The gU,111 ill IK ditIvweJ fee chief presentiments 11lhmou,1 The special term ol (the Circuit Court for (the lion Ito Senate adjourned lo Momhn

j .1 i of at cost. rV> far from the predictions' of (the correspondent, whlrh (Ito greatness of the charge and (the weak- are said to quite prominent cnrt.bnggl' county Marlon adjourned, on Ito lth ult, after lead and npprovcd.

) of tho GoalIe being likely to bo verified,we think teaS of my 1"'ct o Justly In"piro" nnd purple women, with a gloss of 111 Reports of the different County Associations I NOMINATIONS
t'L A Store for rent, by' A. gently ( session of len days in which 150 cases were BY THE PRES1WAMnwKW
IUI'KISS (that Gen. (In.\f.T's Irer.hllnt of (the South wIllie 31ninoN I the manners of thorough lobbyists nbolt thll.- I 1 were made, received and laid upon tho (able.S. .
; disposed of. March Utli.-Tho( ,,, ,
I1! One half of a commodious dwelling for ?rent. ) ft l the opposite (if : No one cvpeets "I repair to the post n"ignL'lme with no other These latter are the most efficient, and are Allegedto B. Love offered (the following resolution, additional nominations were sent ,q-Jr
to i ti|
I. ; sl"nl flli* )'. Apply' at ShMINKI. (OrKir n.Taxpa.vcn dial it will be otherwle t.rmnic:1 firm, hut why discouragement than what spring from my own receive the olety"bf (the money. Their tactics Now that tho old law requiring one hundred which was adopted t: this aftcnioon : T. K. Sharpo to be Unit,,)stjt

:, ; nltCl by ]I II. GAMIIIK:, CumptrolUT. tihould il be unjust go (the length of Sum- Inadequacy II its liigh I I do not sink arc stated to to to use plain words, lo get tho voters to incorporate I town hns been arrangedso JcVw/wi, That( (the officers and members of the I Ncwcomh Marshal of the?bo District of Columbia finmn A

,I I O)mil ial: papers ropy.Sjirlng licrUm" N In inlrcdwo annnhy in the pi ice of under flue weight of this deep conviction, It is carpet.bag Congressmen on string, and then that' only fifty arc necessary, time Banner wants Slate Agricultural Immigration Aid Association souil Frank to Moore United of New Stales York Mar-lui' Mi'

f' { lh)' GI'K! --very Jatcst tjks, by ( If.Y, itimpnrativiJieacc' and seluri"lo)( check Immigration because," &c. C'lllicr let. them into (the secret or come the delicate the little) town of Ocalii Incorporated. ,will most heartily co-operate with the State Secretary; of Ito Legation, at Paris tc i l t"u

niin trade andcommeiec lo MOSIIOK them and into Wo have noticed the unusual largo number of Commissioner of Immigration in carrying out Stockdalo to bo Collector of Intern il
J :! f O'Biui-N: & Co, Hn\'llhnll. (Iii.I to industry : over coquette 1111 proposing the Objects( nnd purposes of said( CommissIOner Hi
who have
visited within Louisiana vlco
I I Adniinlslrntor'snolircl, II '\'. '\'. \ '.\"1I1: itiilI dry up (lie sourers of aid In contributing to lessen Conseioui of my own ficloncy, I ('an not( enter names for 1 political relict. this connection BLrnget( Ilsl week, apparently our In lllll tOWI land on On motion Samuel: Faiibnnks, the following Klngsley to, bo Secretary Gen. Stccdman.of Lcrnition E'li.sn1 V

J. r!ASKIN' ) (the national burthens, and (lo put the South back on these duties w ithout great nl\I'ly for the it Inn bo stated that the Jmlenr Committee which to sl'tll.\ \ The Ocaln House has been persons were designated by (hue Chair to prepare vice Horatio Perry; James Lnngctrw u Mjilmt v b

Admlnislralrix'asalpby, J. 3! Uncoil. tow hero nlic was in prostration at the doso of result." almost Invariably relieve men as (the carpetbaggers crow"Cllul cry is, "still they come." You articles upon the following subjects to be rend at I Surveyor of Customs for New Orleans v K- T

;1 I il f the four year's struggle. Tosny that ( tilt VST (Icn. (JiiANT docfuiotnppioit h HIP burden of represent to soundman the Hn"icl goose gentlemen examine our country, the next Parker, resigned s Jas. F. Casey to br i 1 llta(
quarterly meeting :
--- look at its rich lands, excelled hv none In the of Customs for New Orleans.
t will do this Is to consider him regaid- his with the anxious self-distrust! For weeks too, tho hotels have been disagreeably
responsibilities past, -
1 flnll State 1. Cotton (short and long culture O. W Scott. The
:; \ TUB: PiiEsnvTF.nv In puichaso aunt fettle here We extend (the ) Senate confirmed hue noininnti ,) -
'f : the fl 11,0111wll.t Vss of the welfare of millions of countrmen of these anrlent worthies. On the contrary, he characterized by women from (the right 11\11 of fellowship to 'ou. Wo w ant your 2. Sunar and Syrup..J. M. Crews., graphed at noon. None of(hue aboyt !mlicm< i tu
Church in this
; Presbyterian city on We.nc.l mid utterly Indifferent to the judgment of, the enters Lie arena with (hue easy assurance of North, who are blont doubt smart, handsome, energy, your business nkill and your capital 8. Tobacco.S. B. Love confii med yet
\ day, April 7th, at I alfpasl seven o'clock, P. M. 1 develop, our '. Cornel-O&ila Banner 4. Orange and. Fruits..T.. Westcott. Gen. Hallcck will
j best of his own party and tho estimate ol truth pri/c-figiler.. Hear him. and sharp, but about whom something country.) I probably be relieved lv, Go
Tho opening itrmon will bo preached by lie, len hangl 20Vi( alt r. Vegetable raising. .. I* Robinson., Schoficld.Gov. .
t 1\1j j Ruv. W. B. TI.I.FOIIII, the last Moderator.liMiK. posterity. Wo had rather look upon him fion| a GRANT : which causes them L find tler 110111(not gentlemen of the ol'lhe come, ((1. Cliinato nnd health statistics, A. S. Baldwin- Reed, of Florida Is here
Ye say
l -.-- different stand point and be hnl"fillf 1 better The responsibilities of the position I feel, among tho recognized ladles, but wholly among ; and como into Mid Jlo Florida, whero 7. Commercial nulvatittuges..0. 8. Eells. A Georgia Radical delegation, four wliiu
\ 'I .-An interesting paper on tho Ramie fortune in store for us. Il it taut reasonable tonicrllic but nrffi>t t1.,1 vilhontfeiir.' The oflloo has come men of a certain class, whoso wives are not here, to up 8. Character of Soils and Fisheries of Florida three blark, had an Interview with President

pl.ml, read lieforc the last of(ihoAgrirnlturn I.- to him the ambitious, t deniic of henllg (to I me 111101 hl. I commence Us duties unlrammclud. L say the leash By some strange affinity the you \i lie quite welome. We, loo, need your P. W. White. Grant The President received their wriltcj
lelnl energy, your enterprise and your capital especially The following resolution( introduced by J J. statement saying It was ft matter which rn1uir-
t : t ) and Immigration I by J. S. AnAMS wounds rather than of ol"'nlnp' ; ihiini-n (puiimra ." first persons thee women make up to aro Ito study and attention.
Alodltnl fur developing our of the State. .
l'w: |., fniMinkslomT Immigration for the lo do good rather than 1'\II. 101 e read his In ((confidence does indeed undeilioall, success tho carpet-bag Congressmen, and tlic'lattcrbcan part \nt we Finley was adopted : By (the direction of the President, so nttichof

.- 'r Ii I Slate: will !1M' found on I the flint page of lo.day'sKIOIIIIIIAN. augural: nnd so wo interpret hN passing by (Ito but no ole Is considered tho less competent them out, drive them out, dine nIl wine (them can assure yon that ito right hand of fellowship I Jtmlrtd, That this Association pledge itself r General Orders No. 0, of February 1 ,istin, fnm
1 will bo extended,
e you, and that our" lands, are to a henl'ty.,1 generous encouragement to 1m- his office, as relates to tho movement of
prominent Icnlll'r of ( < his Cabinet who apioaclitsllio the clisdinrgo of ft weighty public and appear to realize: in their the aspirations liilimtrj
HI.I"IIlln company excelled iu the Slate1. migration tho State of Florida and (through: regiments Is until
\; i _._ by none ( Como-we repeat ; suspended further orderBy -
Jt; I The of (- selee'llons. (Ordinarily) Ilicw aro considered as trust w 1th a modest distrust of his own sufficiency. they have nil winter vainly Indulged to It, como and that quickly I ltselfanth Its auxiliaries toclvc n cordial and I command of General Sherman
Pimtcdiiigs the Quarterly) Medlngolthe l'I IIlollng somewhat of the policy that may Nor is (hero anything In the address wllll1 get received Into acknowledged society. It is open handed welcome to nil good people from [Signed] E. D. TOWKSKND A. A 0.

Floiid.k" Agrli'iiltunil and Iiiiinigrallon A. 1 His Inaugural fiom (the lips of el. OIUKT to inspire country possible that tho (Iet may be brought up Tho Tampa nnfawhr of the 20th ult, Says I whatever country or clime, who may desire to I WASHINOTON, March 12-Noon-Suncrvisoi

I' 1 IK Id at Litko city on the 3d In.Hlnn.t wbo m was catholic beyond the utterances of any with (Ito conviction( that his abilities arc at first, as the resources tve of the are tho winter theta has been very severe upon stock make their homo In our State,and lo render such,,i Crcccy. of the Louisiana Revenue District liu -
: found vlKen here. The next of thu ring great cattle but any, and every assistance in its power' in giving I not resigned, and his removal Is improbable lie
meeting member of bin party. t it contained n threat or greater than were (those of his I.redecelsorl Inllt can afford anything rather than discovery they aro now doing tolerably well.- them Information, in examining lands, and iu L departs ft few days with Instructions to push I

';. ,I Ass"chtol, to bo held at Montictllo, will bean a reproach we failed to see I It i (llio rather, its language could not regard hue burden they were about to S far no Congressmen have been implicated, The orange trees are coming out In a dark,green:t making Investments, locations, &c. vigorously the prosecutions alra-cly coinuuuminnd

.I, j interesting one. and spirit were such an exhortation (to liar assume otherwise limn with apprehension. His I except as the duped nnd unconscious tools of suit, are full of flowers nnd (the crop) promises to I In submitting this resolution the President to enforce Ito law rigidly

I II-I :.11) TIIK Supremo-Com of-the State- has n adjourned) monyali good fellowship ai Minis him, iu the speech, if such It may bo called, notn ithstanding i outside operators i but Uio investigation Is very bo time abundant Wo clip the following Items from gave assurances of a hearty welcome to the: Yesterday's of the Louisiana nominations lobby have,and caused nearly Uu all tlifpcrslon w

,i \ until the regular term. A number of cases< arguei''I words of a cotemporary (to a national, just nnd (the good.nalured criticism of the press, Is but ordinary. Immature yet, And much is considered to be yet same paper: strangers present anti and to all others who mayhereafter preparing for departure.Gen. .

!; and submitted remain under advisement rt. tho I Impartial administration ol the gO\'el tziztelttt ."- With here and (hero 1 conceit, It is as ft found' out ing We learn that is 1ookiim tho yonnl corn In that tho surround visit tho Slate, Inviting them to the Interior Grant is reported to have said (hat lcr

l I fourth pago for Head Notes" in decisions t 11 events, there has hell nothing alt or clone \hole commonplace, w.1th nothing original .- very country backward, and it lelut felre,1 that(Ito tho cauo stand, Is and 10 all portions of Florida. Ho was t more lation is legislation exhausted Is regarding Mississippi in her ami: lit m

11/ vlt Ir. as yet lo crcalo llio impresblou(that sui-h wllvtI.e striking in It except iwrliaps IU barrenness. That Tho Secretary or Ito .I.rrn..ry will bo bad. We hear that there is sOle corn in I followed by S. B. Stephens, A. C. Whltncr, J.. wants Virginia and Texas required to bo let ithtitit caw anti

r' ,I I sIYlrloulee1 the charae-ter of his 1lmillKtruUnl( IIHI nlli Ilia government ought to be economically administered ;Muddlr.Gen. Manatee that I hit kneo highlut wo have seen I Westcot( J. J. Finley, A. Huling, F. Dibble, after hue constitutional election. I Ho deprecate

f1 .I i n.\IOAINS INJ'T'v and largo I Ihun it \ill lio. better lo (Icniper our anxiety with nnd (tho revenues honestly applied, GRANT fancies that( ho can run the governmental small. 'lots In this (lo six Inches I and Col. Wilk. Call in cloqucnVand appropriate I Interference w- -ith Georgia.

'i I stock of of I 1). B, ?hIII': 1 candid( .deposition to hear before we condemn.Ho Hint (Ilia public debt ought to bo and machine Independently of the politicians high.U. remarks, eliciting happily conceived replies from The Mississippi delegation now numbers (l\\m

I 11 Mss & ('O. Is offered for sale-al cost ThisnfhllM I ------ specie resumed pnhlilgl tic | but bin first step is 1 blunder. lie selected 8. Mall Service Is regularly performed on L Mr. Dl borough of Now Jersey nmll1lr. Caldwellof L ty-scven, no three ol w-horn accord! -
payments a sn R the mottle from hero to Polk via J. N. Tifft, of New York, Agent for the Mcr
l I I genie! opportunity for denh'r ho \Ish to replenish much: of General (Irk rut No. 0, us relates to safely done, that our citizens ought to bo protcc: for (the position of Secretary of the Treasury Craw ford's Mill nnd HUIOI a county hack, Elmtra, New York. can Government Is here.

f I : their stock as well as to such as desire I II (the movement of infanliy r'gllllt has,by ordt. toil abroad nnd Ito negro-suffrage amendment I one who could not 111 without either( incurring with accommodations Alnfl.Ir passengers.il two.hon Visitors On motion u.itj. S. Adams,the( Executive Committee The House passed a resolution ordering a Jolt

;!I I I' Goods forully use.Pi of the President, been. suspended fur the present. n""plet, are Ito staple* of newspaper articles( I ever penalties or Ort obtaining the repeal of 1 and tourists will find most dc-hghtful portionof I was directed procure flue preparation of r Committee on Indian affairs. There was no unounccmcnt
.1 -.._- Why this been done U not stated but if(I law: w hich been on the Statute book since Ito establishment South Florida about Barlow' ana n clever, industrious tho be read of the committee this morning
T his I fiom \Mel Gen. GRANT draws his ideas, having nnd Essays upon following subjects, to at I WASHINGTON. March 12- HOI-HR.-lluiur-
I VKO TVN&IL-Ir. FKASTEH Is on t \'IHIL to of tho Government The law-abiding people, who are ready
this soctiou and will bo glad to tuno and 1 repairPlnnoi : shall result In retaining Iu Florida the regiment I no novelty coming from 1dm Iteyoml, tho novelty 8th section to extend I helrtylcolu to such, as como I tho next quarterly meeting: Joint committee of three Senators and six Ibm! -

3 (tho 7th,) now here, our people genernly1 be of ills uttering anything nt all on political topics. of Ito act passed 3d Scptompcr, 1T80, organising among them purposes. Time- of departure 1pF On Labor. 2. On Grasses 3. On Co-ojKr- scntatlves, ordered to-day includes all InJiu

: I for loch as have Inilomeru needing eli \ gratified.( There U lot, I Is Hue, any actual I But tho ideas receive no accession of strength bypawing ; the Trnsur Department of tho Government, is from Tampn, Thursday morning alion with Commissioner Immigration. 4. Ou I affairs, Including (heir legal and political tutu
I I thcr. See his card In another column. ffr, F, In Ihcso words .NO In Ito course of (hue discussion It wait stated ,. Ito tiffettlt/// for sl"ler aiming us, and yet their very thiougli the crucible of Gen. U I KANT'S : person appointed to any The effects of the cold weather during llio p the Importance of reports from Auxllllnry Associations. Ito object establishing Ito committee.( tuast
misfortune to be blind but ho
las bring I presence Is salutary. We may not know how IlnI, Take what ho says on tho subject of retuning 6fflco instituted by this act, shall 'In'tlyor Chrlslmas holidays, on the orange trees hi this I :n. On the feasibility of establishing n take from the Senate and executive Uu( :vtsive
I with him testimonials of Ito highest ,I Indirectly tie concerned or interested in section like so ( *ls generally of Indian affairs Mr 'I'liai' }
carrying wnslILhinl management
ihurh gixid this accomplishes until I lucy shall bo I ( .i>colo : A 1olsl Stale Agricultural 'and Horticultural journal.-
relying, however, not so much on these torccom. 1"'lell IniLl.leIL'rllnR'to" ', on (tho business of trade or a little damage doiio to tho arguing In favor of tIme resolution, characKrav
I I Ithdrawn, but ns no ole dculies flue experiment to do, is worth more (than dulled counsels commerce ; or youngest and tcmlercst t 0. On (the Influence of the State( Societies upon I tin ins-
U mend him IIo Flor.. hrlnebeslnl n gcncfnlshedding the conduct of the Senate in regard to
I t'ida lon hs work ISlesllonLol lobe nmdii, it will ho better to let wel enough I upon tho method, of doing." Which, a (thoTTw or b owner In whole or part of any sea vessel ; of Ito lelVs ione.- lie locations where livid. 7. Ou cultivation, tins a* oorntpt and iniquitous. The bn.'tn.i

having frol Cnrolnn whero I alone I by retaining n force liieh, it docs no p says, merely form of saying that some "" or Imrhn8 by himself another In (trust for The delightful sunlner weather that his preservation and uses of (Ito sweet potato. was ruled unparllamcntanr. Mr. Julinn tttli

ho was broken up by SI&I"\I'a army and reduccd good at leant worliino! Imrm. 'It-Is presumed I thing,l Is worth. more than 1 nothing for divided; for him, any public lands or other public propcrly forth vened since then, lias caused those tree L put; An essay on tho Rnmta Plant was read by J. drew the bold assertion and prefaced II -i 'u
; "
from comfort to poverty his aflllcUou u 1 new foliage and of tho groves aro words, that It seemed to him. Mr. .1' -i u
lie concerned In the many
,i bulng (that there w ill bo somo sort of military I ; or purchase or disposal in full S. Adams, anti ordered to bo published.
kepi councils upon (the method are of worth bloom, indicating an abundance of fruit apprehensive (that honest men could u '' i
from the tail of COII "
no that lot I
1 j security lKI/il up, nnd it must either regular, commanded. by. nothing ; and' 1.Iehnnlnntnl- lo do" U worth of any public secuiiticiof any State, or ci f next season. P. \V. Whlto delivered n verbal report on Mail I Ir tamed from the Senate and the House u <
of .
I body lel.I ofilecrs and (tho United the United States; or take or apply to his own which ho was rcciucstcd to commit to writing by time proposed, committee.
I __ regular paid by States, or more than nothing, on I) hL'CUl1 it may possibly TUB IWE.tTtinm-Tluo weather in this section
I
I I I GRAY, O'DREN" Co.O, Wholesale and Rutnl I II militia, otllcered and 111\rtel( the St.itc. ,\ lead t tu the( discovery of a mlhod. If(hen. OIAST use any emolument or gain for negotiating or would certainly lie considered very lovely at any the time of the next quarterly meeting and also I mittce The resolution was adopted ordering a vote ft Joint of 03 Imliiin tc- 4i ti

I Dealer, In Diy Goods, &c, 131 Broughtou st between (the lolhHls offurll .elhlLlo man I meant to say that the c Imicc of methods for resuming transacting any busiues* in the 11,1 DL'plrlllnt sel.ll beautiful; gentle attire and Spring has I is rapidly hurrying up tier incorporate other matter in this report.J. A concurrent resolution by to adjourn on t p

I Slnlnnh. Go., announce heir business lo (the; will hesitate The one Is orderly and lneVu| >nsive specie payments" is of little consequence, "other than w hat shall allowed by III. Our plum,and peach trees already are in put lull some bloom of it, (on Iii. S. Adams offered (the following resolutions, fourth Monday In March was adopteil lij i w

public in to-day'a FLOIUDUN. Ou a recent jlsl'Ito -the other will be luibuleut and cosily. Tliccxperlcnccof It is 1 very raw ami a vc ry I foolish observation if any person slll offend against any of the buds of hue forest aro ojicning, the wood in thovicinity I w hich were adopted : of'llStol-t.
i two show that prohibitions this act, he shall bo deemed Gainesville redolent with the Hftotrtd, That (lie hearty thanks of Ihis SocIety Mr.Banks Introduced a Joint rcsolulicii' 'this
(
Savannah, we were politely shown through I 'nl regular; troops B|>cclo pn'menL might lie resumed by a sudden perfumoof I lying tIme recognition of tho indu.penilu'ncsfCtltr
guilty of a high misdemeanor and forfeit to the the 'cllow jessamine. in nre tendered to Urn I'cnsacola & Georgia
} Truly w o arc living hereby t
bo In midst without their I
their whole establishment by ono of I can our preuetiee lirlng( withdraw! (that would ruin half when the President shall bo satisfied that > Rr
Iho11,1111 vfgn'elhlek United Slate* (the penally of three .thousand 1 great eOlnlly.-U''IJ\ r XCIO Era, S7/A tilt Railroad, and the Florida Railroad for their cour
fnimd' IU various replete with ever)' oppressive, w bile the experience of the people-f tho business ml'l in the coil utrIt might I testy and liberality In allowing tho attendance of publican form government exists. The if>
1 of dlJartmeut Tennessee Arkansas tlemonslraleii (Unit bo doiio dollars, and shall iiM>n 10lVitol b relo\'CI GOT BADLT BIT.-We were informed by a t members for faro lutlon was referred to the Committee on furaaAffairs.
i variety ,:goods luitd market Our merchants ul.I I by acTumiil.iting oh enough in (tho .from and forever 'hereafter of merchant of our town that a dashing black dam- ono way.JUfilml .
L lieu visiting the .Forest City," shouU 1 1I militia force, employed to preserve order, Is thu Treasury redeem them all at ono swoop. 1 I, o/cI. office Incapable sol, addicted( to mutt dipping, entered hit store t That we fully appreciate hue kind- Also a resolution authorizing the Prc-i<>' > '
under well indicated the Pen. AGco.
) cause of disorder, ci line1, and! oppression uf tlic I he done holding any the United Stales( ,etc. on Monday and ness as as sagacity by wltli tho Government and Ilic *
I not (fall! to give Icr OI.U. O'BuiEjj Co. t n might by an exilonion| of our paper currency mlrnlnl. surreptitiously removed R 1C., in allowing immigrants and those; negotiate imx
It- call, where we think they can be suited.both as most horrible desc'rlption. God favo us from I rendering II *o worthless Unit nobody This l a \holesome law, and it appears (that the a guano Jar, and took 1 I engaged lit looking at and selecting; lands for of San Domingo for annexation of the -jum I*

I to quality 11tI'rlees Sec advertisement elM' such tin infliction, and we Join heartily with i( IheJaekbll'ie would take il. The; discovery of the proper method Congress was not disposed to Ipallt The result her tremendous mouth IiI which sho slyly transferred lo f homesteads, to travel over time whole length of r rtheir erred; Instniom 1
iu The Committee
Is that (Gen. On ANT has to WWl'try sly removing tIn I ItuorscLI'tid. Judiciary were
road for fare
: where. Unite In deprecating (tho : U the( knot of the hld enn"IO' ono way.
'organic very pro\II'I; aunt ) this report| a bill preventive of naturallzatl' i- imuo-
4t ... (tlul n milillit and In expressing tho hope thai( new-fledged stale; snian (tells us that (tho method.c I withdraw hil request for iu modification, and The A'lftrtixr On motion of S. B. Lovb, the Executive( Committee The bill slrenglhenlng Ito public hi'
t it, 1'111u KMHNEH: &c.-Among the (Ito 7th regiment \ill be permitted lo remain In of little t consequence ha* accepted STKW.t HI'S resignation.. The Ignorance says that the svv mill at Live I ( wa requested to take into consideration I passed after erasing the second section 'Ii > II'
h L exhibited to the, existence( of the Oak has all the business It can do,orders bc-Jng into cite? to 47.
most extensive manufacturers of these useful an I n excursions (lie interior.
'I"lhl _. .. Although (clltl Ci!II\NT has no original ideas, Irohl. constantly from The Speaker announced Ito Eli tutu n I i"mmitteo
- -' bition ia Uius referred lo (the parlies I
:
articles are the Messrs. Cow INO, o III remark (tho the ho by Augusta receive contemplating On motion of T. A. Carruth, the County Associations Paine > '""'
t Seneca nl'eBur Fulls, New York. They turn out Pumps: No PiiLK'V.-Ge'll. (I II.tT has cUdenlly no merit (if it bo a mi mintpaper'ril) of ono, may claim figure the of rid It Sentinel: It & not very strng. that building at ( unt other point along the linoof I I were recommended to correspond with I[eaton,as Cessna follows, Butler: Messrs.of Tennetect- SIt ptWf'1'

of every conceivable pattern, adtiplcd to cisterns I teIIM.I1'y| on one question( likely boon lo tie speech on the heavj of oiiginal finance wizen General Grant should have nomlnutl,1 11111 the P .U. and .\& G. Itoad the Agricultural department at Washington. liitrdett. Burr and Randall.

and wells, i\o matter how shallot or how grea come prominent-the Tlrln: h Hm i tilt apH| >intlueut HlghU of rhetoric are mbject out of piltel a hula Secretary of the Treasury gen NEI\};XI.JK.Osrtcx-We had the pleasure I On motion of Dr. Holt, it wax suggested to the I The Speaker stated that he would umuuw

J I tho depth. They are also extensile of Sit'ivlnry of the Treasury was of I gentleman this miler place. Wecopy tl'lln: who &disqualified by law to hold! the and.' week I visit from our friends, Dempscy County Associations to rnako reports of health I the other committees on Monday '
I 11U11cU' hlngular passage : Cronin, of tho Southern Express Mr. BontwcH'g resignation was present
of for pretty we-11 regarded (a-eu Ir.uli, ; bul I Ill office, but we do think it remarkable that Company. statistics to bo transmitted to the Commissioner
nSI
rers Engines and
We ;
I fro grlen purposes.- Why il looks as though Providence had lie- very were pleased to learn from them that Ibo Adjourned to Monday.
These latter ;\.1 ItT fillS ineligible nnd and had to get out I Ito nomination should have : unanimouslyconfirmed Company of Dr. A. S. Baldwin. to a complimentary v Isit to-cuv) IK*
ought to find a large lemnll Many stowe npon' us I strong Imx, lie precious heel bul orll'rellhe erection ot a building i Immigration, through Replying
leaw
j a building would saved if one UIC li.iudy: of the u ay. Next t, the President, as if In show up in the sterile mountains, ofU.o fur .' by the Senate( It was to be presumed I herefor of their business, On motion of J. S. Adams, the Association expressed the diplomatic corps, President Grant u-" *

\ machines) was at b Tho 1'rolcuion Kn: his entire fn".h'l from bias, (bikes the he.ulceulre" : (. \Inch \o are now forging the key to unlock, to that some member of the Senate was sufficiently i which i U rapidlucreusing! at thispoinland that its appreciation of Mr. Bcttclinl's offer to I shall be my constant endeavor to niaintait whicn' < *
I, hUI] ol : meet the very rontiimeney that I Iii now us.So Mr. Cronin u ill make Live Oak hU headquarters., relations of peace and frie-mlship
( gine," with the power (r ono man, will Ihrow. XI'1I lanII'rot..llolisl", t.r Mr.HiiLiwhi tho mountain upon acquainted with the Ian: of llie land to know Our friend De-mpsey )is a very modeot man, assist In the introduction Immigrants and the I exist"

J I I a |Ills stream 8 feet hllh'(111\1 or 1:feet perpendicularly : .,i. 'well known nsan miIcMing 1,1. J'M'k' ) are our Intlolul"ltrlgLox" :I that Mr. Stewart was Inelgible. But "hel we and weknow dual like to ice lila name In print;; Executive Committee was requested to conferw Orders have been Issued to revoke the .iniew
and
I 1 (the very thing for merchants voeutu vlthe( N'iulur| (Ilrlr notions of Hie Muxachusc'tts (the Pacific Railroad I the i consider 'that ito law which disqualified Mr. but Ibis lime Ito must forgive us for telling our ith him upon thi* subject of the court martial against Captain C--,'titi "
ulll ( ( The "ke)' which) we are forging to unlock it. We I readers that In our humble judgment, the Southern lost the Sacramento, and Llcutcnant-C tuuuuttui'Bachic.
new I Stewart the
I to liavo Ibout their stores and atom 1:11"11'lul.r l'reMI.lelt'' was original act creating the Treasury The 3d Quarterly meeting was appointed at
gnrlenlt could this puerile Express Company ho no efficient and "
it did more
will ( not I -
find thai
hu eCII
be imlitrireiit
*I IIi 1''le.'I I of the
though at which has
t their may Department government, Montlcclla Cabinet
f There fail
gardens cover ridiculous i In gentlemanly olllcer in their employ than Mr. was ft ,7e, )1a, T
rmr
i I Captain WHITING U the agent for tho izi nun. ) whether! the Unlfbu: prohibitory or for revenue i. 1 pollieol ce omy.- b'l In f'lr since (foundation of the government Dempscy. Under his supervisions! tho business On motion of P. W. White, all the papers of r cent Mr. Fish. i'"[Dee. W&

''I I f.llurer in this city and will take pleasure. II:I merely, the proliuiouisls( '\l try no to sha|>c his I. The product of our mines \ill go no farther towards itself, our .surprise I Is II'n'altbl' not a of the company iu cbU State ho been loriulyln.erellhCtI the State wero requested to publish these pro- l-resident Grant said to n-., -
admiiiUtriition as to New EuI.I11 Intiritil paymg lie public debt, (than tho same I single member of the Senate fumiliarily in the past two j'cars. Mr. I delegation, of mixed color, 1
filling orders cither for : Wefeel lN'r ceedings. hiiICALS.of .
or Engines.
1101' value of other class BhoweIIY thanks for giving us so good a man as Cronin to Massey, l'oatiuuaster Intl ho
products. General I ,
I confident that ,'hover invests hi cither will i even Ihough (toy may buruinoim lo all olhl.Illn'lo i any (f with or know ledge of Ihll general Inl." hom we exlend a cordial welcome a* a citizen The Association then adjourcd. time year Vlr'ina would l -.
Grant bo of
: l'm. L the( opinion (that, If(tho debt I IIn _ mfbe
: fuIIL money well expended. of Live Oat-.Weertuer, Z"th ult. C_ II. DuPONT, President government. repmentet*
--'--- paid in ,,01. we faust mile an amount of that I Mr. of Congress.
Annexation.Occasionally ho
Dempscy our thank for
giving us
From the New Orleani metal the hole nine Secretaries. Mr. Boutwell assumed charge
I ttoyuiii' of tho debt A.M.hLutmc'tu
TAX VAYEUS L \ ;
WILL NOTICE from the udvtrtisement a paragraph appears In an Ala- such a good man as Mr. W. IL Myers for the to-day.
i .I of Ito Stale Comptroller In another column llan<.uiiif'l'i-liil" |o u)ou iij I.Uor. liereas, In truth( w e shall pay the debt by Applying bumn' paper devoted L the question of dismembering agent at this place, who In a I'l'OlI'actell.toy here -* 'S. *- Departmental General Sheridan noon baa armed.

I that in giving iu their I.IUI they must HKlify -- Tho steamship rKlfurllfUle"Allianev, New surpluse out of the annual taxes, and it I Florida. Thus a writer in the Greenville has won the admiration and respect of our citizens The repugnance to certain associations and 'aunt
the same Htftions Orleans, Florida and Havana ( wi b acmpl.bel by a small amount of money .' affiliations U perfectly natural. There are Mai"1"'
by and
rJ s. Range Tow nshij'',, 'lusl\L liul .4lc.fd I no less for his polite and courteous deportment physical and mental differences in Ito two ?rcOI th Use 04k &dtttIScr.
C withtlie number ol ai'res in each 'divkion, and during her Lui t trip to this city t'ui'ountcrud the conwiy circulating, round and rouoll.o The advantages to bl'l'lrte. of the annexation than for hU strict probity-am1! integrity of r which separate them by an inexorable law of races rtpubion FtEXDKU MCBDEB.-Our' comniui
their Fur gale whleh llie Gulf ; tween tho tax-pa) and the Treasury. Therein i of West Florida shocked Saturday morning last, on it--
: 'ulul a better iimlrrMumllng. of Iliu i I S'lel recently swept roast 'I'r are 1 olvlous. character. and w hich can be overcome by no amount- on
I.MII. we give llio form : off St. Ul! rge, and wan hove to for (ton I abundunce of gold already mined to enable us I that the only wonder i w that the propoti oo hu of humnitit.irUtn ikUatufhiitng or fhSantkropiekgulaiiou. I information that Mr. George Bell, reSidititi
llloIlg CUJI' to resume specie heretofore failed *o frequently. good An election will bo held in Suwannee countyon The white doe the block BetivilheIu lianuiltoacount had been
payments ,
licautort had ( ciultu a number ; unlli soon as we many not accept unable to uU
: ouolrl resume, the public creditors be year ago, it \'IIr aunC a to 0 sub the 27th tnst, to determine the location of the a* a congenial follow and associate. And he never : the previous night, we who is it
;: 1n rPtDI1 T-.I....! \1 of Cuban rflgt. The American panwiigers "i I tiling to u lL'llo I vote the West ,, county site will. We believe that sensible colored full particulars, anti have ;et to learn '
I on ol (the receive | as gold. Our mining of the precious was defeated ou account supposed murderer. 1raody was foUn'
say
t bli 111'0 1,1t-Ig'nt Inllr a tmtilon people will fgree w ilh ua upon Ud* point
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"I!lolb( ) uti I I W") I'Ii" 'iW'S ... line in ti' city, Me*** F.V.. A: ('ii., letlll i W uo more nllnrl'Ut in this connection of the aversion of Ile inhabitants to a SALE nr HEAL T.\TE.-Tbe sale ot building i They: see that neither their own happiness nor- mIddle of the public road. PfW""'! '1-"?.
r. ( ul. II I l- 1''rJinl transfer from the healthy State of Florida to the- lots at Riverside" during the past week ha unacquainted with Mr. Bell but learn
'&al.m IV of 1 b II 1.4) SO( Caronde'let street, the than the product ,111 |tlul amount of ludu.try their position in society will be improved by ignoring
I _.___ -_ ._ 0 I __ )_,_ lull"lug L''tlwnial : iu other sic-kly State of Alaba Perhaps tradition misrepresent been very brisk, and quite a number of house t twill the difftmtct ahiek the Almvjh/y lees erec era that he wa a most excellent wan i'1'I -
The ;luk.lgu.l. 1111lln iHnird ,'t (the any clI'luymlll the w a* probably, seniiuiental be put up during the coming summer, a* required toiL No black man with ft proper sense of self- and honored by nil who knew him ht>
: In valuing l.n.I, an honest man will put It at I ste-amshlp Ikluflrl. tr II111: her --- rather than( sanitary. Ai an old Floridian by the conditions of .Ie. Work has already !- respect would seek to crowd bnubelf into societywhere gaged in merchandizing at Bellville an \ -
"lmL but will lake lur. it-not n'lllk CIIKATKU,I last voyage Cull JIuvauu lo I'\ Orll'lu"ete-- The I>rw York Press on site Cabinet mtlr,ilh a heart half of \hich still cling 1 been commenced on one or two, and purchasers he wa not wanted and where he must and was also a planter. Sir. B. wa unnu.
w ho abks $10 fur hi* but "h vonu it-wti juMl (Iiro lulldr (** (llu-ir thanks Captain I The New York {vipers speak variously) of the t to of the bcauulul bay \ehwi. I I L are preparing to fence and Improve their, be conscious that n'l around tiia ityardtd Aim u but leaves a mother and four sisters un -

lies him in valuing it at much(low when ; IVikcr: for his ..tlrh'8)and( kiuducii I C'ubiiie-t of G'I. Grant The llerM *n}*-" Wesee .an well understand and symllibb nub the lot*. The Trustee have laid out a park contain. an inferior.So valid.) w ho were dependent upon buu
n turning to them during their appreciation iu thenew eabiuct that Graut feeling that would revolt at .' of Ing about fourteen acre, which will be fenced I P. 5. Since the above was writteb- -
I
1 fur IJII ol' taxation ol hU high qualities as uu olbcir. Whenapproaching .""Iel the name of Fcuxicola and Florida One might: and improved at once, and they have also contracted said the Albany Hutting Journal,Radical, has reached us. which we give as 'a-
-.- --. .\IIIu'hl..II.: during the night of r managing ll'I'"blia olltclans! a wide- b.rl- well b lath lo exehangecitlzenshipouc tatcso I for a large number of tree lo be set out about the pother made by the "colored element" not vouching for iu truth Mr. hell u

I 6ES.lTOR FROU }'LID.\-10t. Atij.ili Oil- tic.11 iuM ( 'I"INlr "leOloll'rel I severe that lie baa chosen Li* men fur bu&ilCI hi* rich hllureI'gnda and romantic u&'ocia- a* fust as the slieeu ran be'pened.-lniul', tilt- over attending the inaugural ball, to which the I employ a negro mu named Andrea "
bc-rt U. S. Senator Mule, was t gale, w huh h pru\fnUd Ilr 'ulnlu'l Into |H>rt, lub"nlnllC w itbout the uiolef t idea that they Lou mor practical, and imrn- run ry 27. N'wU retponds-Oh ho! The odor-laden wind I who hid hired himself to Mr. a f UI v
I I auoruinat the organization tie } I and rompelloil Utipt. lt.iL.ir to change her cournv. commonwealth of Alabama. Otinu-rcly Jackson bad overdrawn his wa"e5 501
material -
Congress, and look his seat a I.I Ul'mber'ortnL; Thu 5(01111 vuutluiiiitl thiou houl the night and are; to 0 lib II.ter or hiut! co-t>iniab in the administration coulterLo however, I U dUHmlttoundcn The St Augustine Eramintr of (the 87th ultspcakcth tend in thit: direction, doe it f On the mere I auiious to gel rid of the debt haJThir"(

Inll. This settle.all question .to Hie legal. (the ensuing day w Uu uimlialed (tury. No laud-: .. > can I he hc.it4ti">st, ou thus of Spring : question of a negro' attendance at a Radical I to another man,named Wisenbaker *ha '
I Mr. Gilbert's election. Mr. Gilbert has I marks were to bu seen; uouWnutloiuc-oulJ l The Tll
j been placed on the Post-ollice Coutuzzlttee.-flur- tlkeu The sagacity, Jlltlllieee of(' (Ibll.emphatically. Each man wa* chatcn I of the ln.fer. Alabama would acquire tw I uo and beaul,. The time of the- siuging of bird* i It l U perfectly natural" ; that bore an" inexorable to prevent him from removing M> ***'
I itln Baker enabled him night LIe Pe-tuacola and with Flow) f obuinod a lean'R
t"il to I hlortllof Andrews us. i'n ar bursting forth all around hint down. Jackson
It due not utcebourily "scltlu as I find the ttartiort..tpuhacbkutit, whieh he('ul'rel I by Grant expreiikly "lt111 CII'igLlt the 8.y- e' 'Iota would be brought\ into the forest( are chXUrg (tin mse-lvea with verdure;, law of repulsion" w hick separates white from I was informed by a Mr Iownitig S1.'

to the legality' of a tleciiou.'UCLilul Mr.BroriiTON t"lllc lInt breaker on thv( bar prO 'llle of.economy l.l integrityutbUdie'I political connection 1 hich the U already and earth U putting ou its garment of green AU black that no amount of buininitariau philosopUizing ero wasonhiswsy fo the Pttrpo e aGu
3Ir.0ILBEH'f1 Uie ai rompubhnie( >ut of this dideul I 111 Li* Inaugural aaaociated uioet closely b and commercial nature U aw'ake. We in our favored clime, or philanthropic- legislation" can overcome effecto. Mr. Bell and Mr iuiwntU' *

took hL II jw a GILIIEUT has, tial it U duublfll1 ."ull hl"e Ihe.I The T.says : .Tie cabinet a*a whole w I rltou. )&O."Ihlu scarcely tel that harsh inclemency which n"keoiwint.r i thU repulsion; that the w bile not only doe* to meet the wagon, and cowl- g hi.Uj l u
: but the 'lU"llol was afterword ruimd ato the through tl stOW. i old rite a* such a season of dread and sulfe-rmg in derail the driver U turn back, us
the* o log iUy, her fuel not iu-ilf to Uie favor of Tbl Fodau" 1 though annex not now accept the block as an associate, but his """
legally hU election and the tx'Uat* uuahint. i iI \ 110" being alreadyTruvvlvn rlll is a matter w Alabama and We the Northern parts of this country We know permit Jackson to remove goojl '
The o uauul custom of both e bl'UI i ho not been taken from Llr rl. atol tFlorida nothing of those i\gon\ of which we read*o much. he never will ;" that the didereucv" which the I iettloawitUliiiu, The driver i

,I Iollu 1"1 I ,1 b Ihrtulltl'10 can journey nor are the men w ho (compote i mfiicU ntly w ell i aloue a It.tc We should ulll It i LI true that Iu the winter post our grove have I Almighty ha created" cannot be ignored ; and, dcred, w hen Downing was fred u1Pu; .
to respect the SIIte'* coulubloo 1 far as to I with( 1 true "I UI "I n known to thepublic' at large to in ad however, Lat when the proposition '0' Le been despoil by a fro't of great severity; but generally, that the inferior" I son, SI no was in ambu h,but h-rtunau Mi t
seat the party holding fur the time pruiie-ut and ( lUkrr.SUneil C'Wlt this Is : negro u an. being tffcct The devil then tired on
1 Ilg. la IkUt11. ul\'r I l'llt vance the full confide' the length depriving the Slate of" two noble a rare thing and may not again occur*'>r ":.
*"- the right ol I the (by IL.rl George R nee u community but hl a century. AU this because two or three nigger were anx- buckshot takiB,} tflecl in his bodY-[
quiry scat
: & come trwauJ lloekfe'lle-r, Oti* llacke-tt and Judge IluutL-rG. iu that freshness of Its the- tact lO": the people) generally might object, w ilhout t Ufldtlto4 LLw.lantly.
I :* very lhJtl'r, I I Our winter i W now over and and we t ions to go to a ball given in honor eta candidate I WhSCflbtIkff.
We gone
on a case do not left "
proLel. kow "hiL" Plautz. that Its members exciting much ,'o\d.'r. For our we have the When (sit iuluruiiuit
are rather thanpolilic'lau joy spring
II bU lC I 1 upon n* elected by their vote But when it come* to I
proposed to be done thU iubUnce but it W unde-rktaud that the IV uf I ten thick 51C5teJ.bliOuki .
I, 1 seem* I <>rt which the wonder" 1 that Male uero bail tint been
I *, and make i tb ---- -
: ate likely practical I i I Constitution-tinkering for the Union and Consti wi 1sunintary
lest tfli.
yesterday, L tt
but her( ;
u* that U present a good for rlehlll llt thsie rtpOrt5 prO
opportunity U t- far
nothing U moment to
S jib I tie gow IJ her i I nl inte-rvkt of the country ti first tare, .t set, \11u on entertain the suggestion SOITU tiKonaiA ASD FLMUDA Riu-zuia- tution-making fits the Southern State,this same 1 action wIll Lie tkeD, and stsC-
lag the tjueJ>tioQ whether the law of Congressmeamwhot I o li td I to make such a Alabama A IInlanunus
asks The work
this
ground fur blethat to cabintwill by Ic I. on railroad says the Thorn- negro i Is not only (hIlt equal but the superior of r maul visitud upon (lit. prpetrswe
It nays or ,bather a State Legbibv Major PI-IUIAX liua written a letter to Cun- practical working 'WtClt the 1'l Juwof \I fur. Il i* nu the .two nLL harbor aloue t yule KafarpTM to progressing with rapidity, and I thetahulowan. crime as wiU sorTS U a a the" '
4
Md
tore I I allowed a latitude that practically nulli. greiuutiin lUMitTos. in .Welt b advocate uui- I lbt" that Florida w Ul yield up but she w Ul kurrcnder already one.half of the grading ia complete.Mesw .- ---4_ .- such blood-thiry unurilerers

ael venal amnesty for a pt (1 ; W.uyi : .Grant uch. a ror ether entire population and f"a sixth *. MeLeodoo, Papot & Co. have pasted the EvutY Southern State ha an agricultural paper
j. -.. oD-1 .mad (lb taxable except IToritLL-lait t%v frttt. ortugsl l, Mr.nnlurtiuiate UJ
The This Oar Minister in
Major orblr
met coniilerationongbt I OetcJochaneo. with
'i "U. 8. SCBVBTOII GESEUJL.-The I\oa( hl1al)i I lie politician would have advt such a I 1'ct r their rmnmromi corp I (ii t ( -
send fur
al'llr"I'I' FiorUUaa Let FlundiaB the Gtoryi* AUiOcraC'Mtfiiur write letter
cabinet liesiuiing of band and, the M W
tlUiu. its no could ) I 1 l.u LIe contenting grading being exceedingly
lion bill paused L Congrc coiitaiu. uuiteuiof -.- ttspr bn pnbtUted at Athen, in this butt*, in Cwhick
lo dominant party
bl -it itniu-t' inl themselves for time Ught (rum thai POInt jrwurd, our friends in.I- and sharp on the
five hundred dollar for SLAT : \ \ fn opjionent wit I Ia LJt I they will get a better and cheaper agricultural JL
W JLait
bin refttoed p
ar lOJIUITE.The1 Won > cm lo lk )i.t tur ti.im about the first lllf I that body baa
cud\ h ui- than lor theuiaclve
"-jou political ihcnd lib suppressed I o 4l1 IMIM r they can get up
r g t salary &fld office exp of a Surveyor General I m uainrd on the gt'wt'n! :u< ,, Mr \ --- September iit-,4 u.tt Zip tljteun Friday (he liocitse te-taed *> ''

FloriJu. The probably be I UUOIEBT' naja 'pj:"' <:' juiicitu01. 'umt Ti3' fom-i> I Ij, ,>r r ,t .I I ,is It rrh if (di, Tth. sernal
i o wi JW : Twenty jnt uiurUertwen "On; \ "':" !i"i i t t The K jV- No Surrfyor Gen- y"i I Agr1'! n-4 Pttt OS f U> .> ,nJ1' IL'l' \' butt unto i>taken lul.i :a ia its course of 6)! c-, i clL''V : : t -" i 'jUl I .
1 lari r h. ) Itfltt' '. U k It > ; IT M. ., /. (, r. .t ti rn'cl. ts at'.iTEptciUr F! >rMaeoudi L'41-'A :_.
t' f ? 3 il L: cjf> ouj! wcrt! elI "! .P I C '"
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I""* 3"rimit. saS H" reason why Pi,\< .

I .,fc,01 If2 BItTEd ate so generally\ used li owing tI JlcurPianos tt\'ntiiu1\mt.( \ SAVANNAH CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.iTTEITIOI ICE ICE.ICE1WI !

I" ,!Ret\ that they*ro' "w<1tt' mote I lip i the orlj, =---- -.. -- -. ____ __ ADVERTISEMENTS.0 = = ,
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I jtamlard, and of Pure material let Ibo price I hI'kslB .

will\ '. TU8 3r'"<6"'" I"1 hlt thc nn" on ii It he Tuned and Repaired : J 1 ..-
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I hi.?.* ft* rLMMTW BltTHH* .rc lint (till; mad t T"I' RUN9 ifT ? RV \ I [ 'I [ID' i LAMES i [ ;] '
1 pnre initcrhil, but Hid)lo arc hilt \\b.UIII r IWtl.l. : \ FEW DAYS IN 5--. IWI. I I I \ I \ II. rYEnS
? '''" Tnnlnir and tpirnt- I \ I.i.
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I'r mdeofas Iho recipe wrapped around cn" 'I. I'lalloll-a basinets! with nhldi, I am J J J : j l l I

.tile, Doii'l go hone without bottle.YtmtoltA thormiBlilj< nr-iuiltilul, If I do 1I011l'1T., nitin' I will make nn charec. My tcttimonip. I - -- -- -'.'- \Y generally thai his
WATER. Superior to the beet Ira. are nui de. Ask (;01. Hot slot'5 or any one loi,

I,a'n"t, < German Cologne, and sold! nt half the tirlc, will whom WOrclors receive I have attention worked.left nt\ the Rook f Store< E. II.of FEASTEli Mi, rkl.lun.!, CRAY ,, O'BRIEN & CO. ,, i\ K. WILSON \: III. ()., i on: I-I TJ/333/

March \a. 'O\\). S2fPhotographs Will hr opened again the coining' season next door
131 Broughton Street Savannah, Ga., AUK: No\V Ill'IIVINliIIE1IU'1'IFU.LSI'1 : to the F. prcss Utllec. Ills ICE CAR will run /from
ltjl\t) \ 3otii.aeon J Jacksonville lo TallnhnMCA" once or twice a week
I A\ENO\N' IN STORK A VERY LARGE 9TOIKOF( NF.\\ -1'IUNU GOODS\ \\ llll II11IEV: ARE is the demand may J'ljnlre.'rom/ wblch ho will lake
Photographs.
offering at KXTKEMF.i.i! 0' mire FOR AMI Their f Stuck! cm Mtct* a great; variety of deonnre In inn'lying those on the lion of the P. Aif .
{ IN DHESS) { GOODS
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i-0. I II R R. Strict attention In and for
O. FBi r PHP VNDF.RSIGNEI) would l resprctfnlly lirrir, given packing
Lodge, Nowb, I J. the public I hat ho has just returned from "Ilp I NEW STYLES IN LADIES' DRESS GOODS, warding Ice to any \point olf Iho line of Road.
I lie hni>es' reasonable prices to Indited
Iff by
Sonth and Is now ready to execute LI K&::1 E10 Us:! UA85IMKKF9.= ( : .TIVFFISte.forreulluheu'sadfly.' urnrGcutlenniet'oitnniiillIice; (; ,011.1. ; March '61813m
t !- KTiiiiKS nrc reuiiiuleil that J of the ncnust fljlvt. Thote desiring| to hate likinctsettikon bourn lotion iloslery. f"1' U4: ion tvnis per ,pair i Ladli and Gent lemon's Hem situ'hcd II.milkercldvfs THE FIRST IN MARKET IIhl'ral.lrnnpuc.- : f .
..IH be a Rrftnlar Meeting of Leon of themselves and friends arc re'iuc.tul I I t fo'oDlll': cenu upwirds, Hoop Skirts, from V) cent', lo *.' .',0); French and Uernun I'"r.rto. from
I V-e. >.>.R uh, and a great vancn of Fancy loads and Sninll Wins Dissolution.
I at TJ* o'clock. of April. WM. KL'1I\, They have al,o an II11-ml'n.,1 amnnmrnl ft IHU\'SK: ;.Kl EEl: ISO Effnln( or JACOB Bimmtiw, N. O.rnIUP. March 211/'G\\"._ __ 3J-5t __ _1 I'hotoimrlKr To"linns, Nnpkln, Jnllts\ Ac and they are! receiving. h> c\ir\a* :Sitiincr coin Vw: 1'"ik I I lolun1 nor "f BEAUTIFUL STYLES AND LOW $ 'PlIF. pitMncrnhlp' heretofore rxlutlnirbclwr-pn!:
m order thick nnn il a resident timer,) 'nppllc. ..t cverttlilnu :N'OEL AND lIF..IK.\JtLR" IN: THEIR: LINK.\: I HVKK\: tt 8PAR1IAWK and DYKE SPARII -
WALTER. Soc'v. Spec' 'hi attention l I. dlrccti'd In tlnlr, (1'hohaalc Uoom., "I lnnthe, ) ire showing! an nmi'nill> I.nrJcSunk : 1 IN'DI'CKMFNTS} ) ( : WK Ol'KKU) : Till ITIM-IC.' A\\ K .t CO,, was dissolved by mutual, conncnl on.
)//lI.lI1.ISC9. Notice. orshlrtlnir: *. :!lh'CIIIIIl'.l' IIi,'" ,.*. Slnprd Osnahnrirs, 1I""r l ) Strip '. I'lcklnin, and |11011" -'nr'' Ooihln irin .111'1'1(1; : ( the Ith of Feh ennry, 1%II. The debts of Iho concern
cralh.amt In which IIn'fl' d,'\In ruined to inilnUIn, Iliilr( \I."IIII.br4\ rai'liiatlon' for raw, ruleve' will he nettled hy C. E. Dyke, 8r.
M\fI E PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE rxlMini,; March Id, lstf.1. 8h'lm COM LOOX BUY" C. .:. DYKE, 8r\
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( PROCLAMATIONs4') !! 1. between the undersigned, In the Dnmr of I n. II, C. K. f MEni>M connont All debts due the firm will be palirtnRob't ,, I' M.U'OMnr.K: SiMiminh 11..1. TOHIAM, N:' Ymk,
: ) w be
The nuslnrss heretofore will carried -
Printing as
II. iambic who alone Is I aulhorlrrd tone'chi, :. .
lli* same. D. B. )MFI.INM: I +, on l by C. E. DYKE: .t SUN.:
Much 11, 1%'.). R. II. OAMIil.E;, C. E. DYER 8r.Fchrnnry .
H. A. TOPHAM & CO. I SI:$I. 14611s'rATI!>,
AF. SPILLER ,__ __n .___
:-irTucStotknf!! (n"ode111 be ,1I'l'mc,1| of al

Cost rlty Is and oin-red.to a slimlc buyer on time If ample R. 11.'(ccu). C.L. 0 T H':'' r N' G- AND HATS' : (H' FLORIDA,

$2000 REWARD M,irch III. 'Ii\\). S3To DEPARTMENT: OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: :

--- -- ll.t,4,4 I 1. loridn Orrtrc or Tnl BOARD or EnccAttot:: ,
l.Illlr
.s -- Rent 138 Congress and 55 St. Julien Sts., Savannah, Ga. : ( ( TAlMttAsoic, February P, 1400.!

.\l>' 0 4-1'!'tI''OU: Y: t:i ..1'1'It1:18N.: DKAI.KK: INGROCER.IES I>Y 8011 Ion hi, Cla".o (C. of the recent! Act of Ibo
(IhisRisof: REED, Governor ofttiv Mate qf ONE-HALF (SEVEN PLEASANT: ROOMii( : rf ) LcKlnlAturo, etnbllalilnq! Uniform System
moat commoillnnii, dwelling" In T.>lInhassco l- M.ireli II. 'Ml'' :HI-,llmDRY I nr (nniinnn 8 hools and a University: ," the Board
Ploritln, to alt to whom these I'rtsoitt to a small fimlly. Sllintlon f healthy and Kiliuatlmi\: I U .directed, and empowered 10 use
smell Come- Greeting: delightful.. Rent $:!'i rcr month In mhance. Apply : i : : : v the n"lInhlo.llI.: nun" lid iippropriutlons\ lo Ihe Unlcri -
at hKNTtNKL, OKFICB \ >ll \" niln,u > Fiinil In islnbllshlnR one or
March 10 09. It has
been made known to
WHFREAB, ------ -- -- or plm'e' aa wlllnllii. the. best indua'metiucnm-
m.. thai a foul and atrocious murder woe commit GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES nieuelnif with Depirtnn, nl of Teaching and A Pro*
led upon tho person of John L. Flnlnysnn in the For Rent I IrplIK DRY GOODS, paratory Department to,. which each county shall
l he entitled to send 1'1"\' | i\ In the ratio Hint U sendsReprosciitnthcslo
loan of Marlanna, ond county Jackson, lu thin the" l.i m: 'l ,vlurc free/ of charge,
: STdRE NOW OCCUPIED .
11Y MESSRS.l :
State,on Ibo nlgbl of Friday,the twenty sixth day : : for tuition, but not In. r MM" .1-Mien number theKonrdmaypreecrlhei
Heir t In the Monroe oin.red
Craig building ,WOOD) WAliK TIN! \WAIIK AND) LIQUORS F..rnunrStudent.. Tuition
of February, A. D. 1809: Ann, WUERSAS, At Ihoamo Torrent from Chic Hut of.April Apply to -- 1
Fi'e bo> charqed"fly
time and place, the Hon. W. J. Purman wai March 10, W. SJ: A. IIOPKI.NS.:! tuny direction of the Hoard nl .Mui.ilicin the nnilenlirneil -

ilingcrously wounded by he same Individual, tome -- : Kill receive rropo.nl. fur tho opening of

'unknown,and by Ihe discharge of the same Tax Notice.IN --- -- suchlrpnrtmautlInpurewtneeofaboveennetmenLCempetitivo .
Payers !
weapon which killed said Flulayson : ORFF ATKINS & CO.j 1'roposals, should stale among other
Ihlll"-:
Abe, thtrtfort I, HARRISON:< UEED Governor as :< GIVING IN THEIR !LIST: OF LAND FUR GROCERIES !! OYSTERS! I I. l.ocntlon Ue. arrcuugementaindlureandcon.'
i aforesaid by the power and authority vested In me, Taxes Ibo Tat-\,nyere must give tbo Range, the d III lUll of the bulldliiKS! offered for use.
To"'o hlpthe Section or part t nl Section and annex 113 CONGRESS STREET, II.icon, lard. Main, tly iln. jfitllnn or Imrrrl! \U. I'ennnmmuttnrrnniteoomt, fur provldlnK Rood
I do hereby offer a reward of the valuation of each tract; ali-o the number of each lionril ,and, Induing\ st low. rules, fur Stud nil Iromother
Town Lot and the valuation of the snme.R }'I.h."t"rcl.( lUrrlnK couiitlis.II. .

TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS II GAMBLE, Comptroller, SAVANNAH CA. }Flour Meal, Iliimlny, I :1 I. (Vmvt nlrnec ol access
Mirch0, '(ill. 1)3-81) Syrup, ColTors; ( Ti-as LIQUORS 4. lleivlhrulneM.ft .
HT'All official papers In Iho State will please I / 1..nlll..1. of any kind, as pernmncnl annual, endowment .
I loony person or persons who may apprehend publish three limes, and smilblll, to Comptroller f Sugars, Spireihhgrr' Pepper Kreneli Him'kbrrry and litter! lltnnillei, donation of tint' or other etc
I I\'IIlucb Information as may lead to Ibo apprchcnI --- Dried Apples, Dili'I, I'eileliet, It.ie llonrlmn and Monnngalichhlnklrs. n! TIIUIUION, rrn\.crty.\ :,

I and com'Ictlon of the party or parties who corn ('"", "e"., *c., ..Viei': llnlhind (tin, I'l't'ftllolllllollrd of Education

I milled I this hereby foul and enjoin desperate upon all murder.And good citizens the AI HOPKINS Our) Stock is now complete in all- the Departments. OILS Old Jamaica lledfurd Hum Rum, March 1). Mill. WKll:

I duty of aiding by every means In their power, the Sherry and MadiilraVlni. "A Thing of Beauty: is a Joy Forever !I"

I exertions of the officers of Ibo Inw la bring the '' Kerosene Oil I'.irtVlno for Mudli4iml I'lirpmi-'' Is without question
SAMPLES SENT TO ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY. (11111 (NI, And Hint' thing '
| to pnnlshmcnl. l (botllu bnnkrl .
ifiillty Urd Oil, LiilirlcatliiK I HI, I'lniinpiiKiio' >y nr I. itnr.r.i.r.u: : : A H'IIJ4OVM" .
In TESTIMONY WIIEHEOF I have hereunto set CiiKtor, Oil,Sweet IldOUYoIII.. Alu l hy bottle or dusen

I 111{I si I mr,"and and caused the Great Seal of Ibo .DF.AUltl IN:' Orders rcrcirc; : Specialllrnlnni.; I'I''h'r by gallon nr bottle.POTATOES t Improved Sewing Machine.
State to bo affixed, nt Tallahassee,Ibis fourth

day of March A. D. 186U.HARRISON FISH -O-

! REED, Governor. WlliOlCSrtlO: IT.OO3OO.S TTlD. Stn1rs.: *. \\ltiri\O, at Iho llagncr (Homo, In the
I |UeslJoNATIIAli: C. (none, fresh Vial, Mil 1 Solu aceruillU'd Agent fur Florida. Orders
Mullet. Trout, Irlith Polittoes' hi will promptly' attended to, and
I Secretary of Stnle.l OUFK \VATKIlCO.i sent IhroUKh; r
GENEitALMERCHA.N'O Muckurcl" llerilni. loodilil.? Pink Rye, Jiicksnn' \\'lil'e.' ,fiijrfriK/fnit( f/lvn' (fn I/. "'I'.
81
March 0 'SII. (
l I h March 1I.I<;tiI.;! :Si-am Ucsslcalcd Cud Flap", ('hlll. Pink and Poach Illoom. --Jon-t'J. ..MII.-;._ 83-tf! .. -_. -


r PROCLAMATIONFOll GARDEN SEEDS Tin-

CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Florida Mutual Relief Co.
.
! A SPIiCIAI. ELECTION: I ,
, f- : 1 SE": -=== = '.. .A..11 I :I.n..c1s"Fr09J.1: IZo1cib1o. LOCATED AT TALLAHASSEE:
-IN TUB-

i Twenty-Second Senatorial District. 300n"NE\VS: ) \ I FOll+' .EVERYBODY) l HOOTS) AND) SIIOKS : It orifanlnliiK FOUR nil Auoelntlou CLASSES, to consist of .



Wen's Boys Ladies Misses and Children's. ('I.! .. 1 l" eiilllle.l 1.In-1.11110) Mii' '',...,
r -iIo ,
,
Ml'C'll! AH Claw II W.IIOII"
.rte \ 01)00! ( ASSOIiT.MKNT.: ( .: (.1... II 1.1100"

In pursuance of resolution of tlio You Want Good Thin-sio Eat f ('I... II .'-.-10,000- u

Senate adopted at Its last 8e.bloo. declaring a vn- nttr f'fnwn 11111)r (In the" ilfiilh of a Memtier esih survl\nr of the'
Cluis iirClnmies towhlih 'Iho' deceased belonged
.racy In lha reprcscntntlon In the Senate and dl.
nttlin? the Governor to order on election to Oil said :r-Ia"tsOaps -GO TOWS SIiirlingA, Itli-nclicil Sliirtin x, (Citlimi-, I.incn Stripes'' 1'iiiit (1.,1.( |I>a)al1aIhdlaraudTenCuulrtlieTeaCebl.paysIhu Airenl for .01l"'II"1I,1I1I.llho: Una Dollar goes lalha

\.Ieaoe)' from Ibo !33d! Senatorial District composed Tliri-nilf", Cut ton \ uriiiIVoni No. *H j In I IU.:! heirs ol other heiicUtlurlus of tho h deceased.

: nf Iho counties of llUIsborough and J1emoodo.I The .'
HAKHISOA" In:..)>, R. WILSON & BRO.'SiNrnvw FIFTY BARRELS FISH CORNED AND PICKLED, 1 has bran reduced ono half until IOOII Members
arc obtained and for Ihu presenl Is as fellows:
(iovi-ruor of Florida do hereby direct an election BOOTS, SHOES, CON.IS'IiNI(j >! II'I.U'I'NO; > Tiiorr. IMwciiii the axes uf I land! lIIIyoa.U 00
t<> lie held In each of Ibo counties of Illllshorough I' .. !\j. a.I llia: !800>
said 2Jd Senatorial Dis o2Fi.o oai3iiL".r! Tortn3 .. :klnnd, 4\: .. 4 00llmiilM
and Ilcrnando comprising sod U'tllont
l I. tli Ihuni tlir long Jnuinrjo
Ttiti In Inii: itili |o supply| | all unli r fmiii II li ""CS i ruby anttttK u +: 6 00
l'lel.on lite I...,.t I inn, iiltuiiow |1'1'' | 'tti' J l tit lurnl.hAPALAOIIICOLA >l M and M G 00

Tnr. .",'bo 13th day of April, A. I>. 1800, WHERE EVERYTHING IS Twenty lira rents addlllonal each case for CorUllcaUuf -

fni Senator to 1111 the vacancy declared by the DRY GOODS ( OYSTKKSly Mcllihtrxhlp.'I .


tttuato.IN\ .WITNESS WiiEUior, I have hereunto set my FKKSII: NICE AND I Oj EAP. \ the barrel or car limd, lo any )purl/ of lorMi. or (ieornhi. at low price. .11110 .mount' '.-an.tunuitl Ibo above IVelha Is pajahloon the

band, and caused Ibo Great Seal of the StateD Having cnKaied lit"services of an eipirlenrid luau' am III... prepared lo fiirnl.li, ny.lera In all V quantity, first 'luuiliiy' In I October of .arli jeor.
TJlhb..eo.lbo. Capital, March 9, !l'519.' ;! :WJ1ST lIy Ihe 'gnarlgnllnukegorbarrel| / fre.h"plefd orpli'kled, liiiiklliji the lli>haiido, )>ler bu.lni'Sila specialty.lliull inly ono Ailinl'.lon Foe and ono Annual, Feels
(I l.j 1 to be allied or EVIIIY r>E8ruirrinN all the Chiles,
IIlwa). keen a real supply on bAnd rcqulruil for Membership lu one or
this twenty-seventh day of February, A. D. but Iho Mortuary' Fee I. paid by each Class; to which

1809. ] J \ \ r rI Ibo dneriweil. lielouKLil.
FE..ESIZ 37 I fit II !
HARRISON REED. I I I I II .
) : li. lli-nitur
I I I ij fJr : IH<
Goverworof. Florida.By I I I REGEIAND \ [ I '
the Governor tAttestJoNATUAX 1 {( I : I < 1 1- IIlreel! from the (iulf always im hand aid I I'| Ue.l In Ice ami .101"1.1111|> any pniliif Florida (IcuritU may dt.lKiiiitti' his or her bturllciary lha Ap'lleoAnn
J 1 nllI> l ,a' many of the dillrinl kind. IIr Kl-h a- iin P.."and.. lu Ihu (II uhf, .'I'llIllr| l mil .uperlur to any, 'Inltis Will 101. fur Mt.mliur.hlp, or by last Will and Trata-
C. Gums GROCERIES. HARDWARE 'Hie l'ul,1I1' tan uuw Mialikd, lo have thin hixui,) hroUKhl( lu lh,lr city dour.. muul; and

Secretary of Slate. Any order, left with inn, either for u)d l< ri> "1"'" i|gnarl gnllu". nr In the shell hy the peek, bu.lirl, nr 'lire "1'.c..1 .'hurterblalued

Match 0, m.h_ 81-51____ .. __ FOR SALE AT THE borr1..111 lie promptly delivered luiiny |iii il I "i l ill" i'Uy Hliliout exits rh.rici' ., al the the pajmiml'if ruce.ui tua.lon) Ibo bellrdlu of Ibo LegUlutureKuaniituca /Iho par-

lu Ihr Circuit Court-:matUe Jn lU 'Wniz.toa lira so duhtuatud "/,... /n.". IIHfI '' nl such decraaetl niiuibcr, or any lien

vial Circuit ot 1'lorldn.VuEBEA8 Salt,. Lime) Iron, NniU, fir, tic., fie. CT E Ftsr LO :EST PE..IOES 'J.IJOO llu.hel. Corn 10,0(10,!( IDS. lk ry I hubs, '..HUH) Ilia, lb+tawax, .I.ODU II.. \fallow, I;'C0( B mhehs (;roulldI' air ln>l him by liiclfiiinnl: and or. other nlherwl.InfuriiinlluDapI'lltu .n -
Fur bhiuk" Ieatl"em"
> An Act of the Lcfciblattiro : < 1., MO/ llu.liels Hwecl VoUtoos, MIl llurrcln( I'lj nip lip\1'
lUvliiK order* on hand for Ibo above aIlUllleNI,1 arlb It., btu rui, ) to p.i), ilthi r In ('".11 or (loud.,tI.1blll1oot I. J. I'HtKISH I'rta.,
of the Slate approved :30th of January, A. IX 186, ,. for .. or K.: I.. T III..'K t. Ilea', ATrtus.TallahaMte .
Ia"
CASH ONLY : prices Flu.
Judi- March IB, '09. 33 FOR ,,r .IAS, U\ WAKE:, Cxl-.tlcu'l AIC'I.Iolltlcullo. ,
> designate 20 barrols 3VtI3JSS: 3POn.X5L. ) Fla.

published within his Circuit, or In some Circuit rib in, '.o JN
next adjoining thereto which shall be known as the COTTON GINS. MEATS 5'*?" A Kfiicrnl nHM>rtiiiuiii, ..I' 111|MIMimwU mny l 11f; foiinil: tit lilY ii Old) Stnml.o '

"Olliclal paper or papers of the Judicial Circuit. BULK : .\11"I at ll.o ftritru-h Moro one ,I..",' :Smilli:' of M. 1.1\ ..1.\11' l lmn) Stuto.CM .

Sow, THEREFORE, In pursuance of the requirements -

'': of Sentinel"the said Act and, It It"The OruVrwf Weekly, That Floridian.The TalUnassve "- 'T'lTE SUBSCRIBER\ having been appointed AxentJL. :; HAMS CLEAR RIBBED SIDES SHOULDERS MESS PORK. ire me a Call and sec.: for yourself !

for Ibo ale of the calibrated
I', wtpapert published In the City of Tallahassee. TalUhaa.' February. 16, 11J1)I)\ I
.mil published Gullet Steel Brush Gins
The Quincy )Monitor a newspaper ,

'' *he Towu of Qulucy, all In sold Circuit be and Is prepared lo lake orders for 40, 4i: SO, r.o and HI;) SMOKED MEATS :
OLalttirr hereby designated as The Official !jaws. Pamphlets with description and L'ertiucau-i' .
I rile rtcond Judicial Circuit of Florida eurolobelli ou application. Also Agent fur the sale THE OLD KSTABLISIIKDWHOLESALE TRoY
expense kuunn MAGNOLIA HAMS C. R. SIDES BREAKFAST BACON.
and other emu"1* be published any legal noe '
ueo" relating tll the said Clrealt "Taylor Gin" PANKNIN'S HEPATIC EIIIERS

1, :. rb"t"ft.tI.lt'fIl. rt'onuty h ; or Probate Court within Samples of each can be seen al my Store ALSO A f'mSIIil't.pl.: : .\' (I''

',tit 1 ,111 pjy legal notices of any descrlp"IK Persons deIrmj Gins will do well lo leave their "\ I J \ I Ai\l\ I) I RETAIL\ l -
orders early.
I. -'. .simiU, / law to be published advertisements by any person of ,'. IIOI UI''M. PLA.3SrTA.TI l ON G' OO.DS..I'OOLH J THEY CORE DYSPEPSIA
ami
notcei|
any March 10 '09. 8JBedsteads: ua iu uttut of las.
! '. U ; l'i.ither county offlcer* In any county I &, t SCO'J'T.TAU.B .

.'.{i., f:/id Circuit. STOMACH AND LIVER.
;, rjfo: cijVIa 1 i conflict with thc luregolng are beroy'lod I &c.AII AUU. Feb S3.: '}'& u: DRUG S''fIIE.

t <>1KI>M has lust received a..ood..- tusf AU asiwMiiixftsa n TBS
L/ ordered at Chambers this 34th -clu)' of of Bedsteail., which be offers very SALK- 1>4 El D I O .A.L, FAOI7LT"r.IIII'.CJEI.1N .
V Jury, A. D. 1880. [heap. Also Hampers and inN argL WM. P. SLUSSER

I f P. W. WHITE March 16. '
e Judge of 2d Judicial Circuit FU. JUST BECEIVINCi A I.AHtil'': AM WELL. 1\ tv....* AI.WAY.not

wonder- Lime I Lime I Il..EPT IS.ei eled: aMOrtinenl" of Pensacola & Georgia R. R. M. L I VEL Y aneutba ofMKIH'HANTS AU..YTJJ.-New.--roan.
kTVe suppose by Ibis time that the ,
,, and CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND ron Stove & Tin AVaro Manuractnred C. F. PANKN1N.CHECH
InI! urea effected by the Pyrafuge" U town I A. 11UPKINd.Mlrchle'G'i. -II- "'mud 1 S) full )HUnk. bfOil. by .

I < '"iniry" talk, fOr to our own knowledge some oft by Si which he now offer '" the pulilii oi a ... Read W C ,t : / as ..mUCUf.0IlAI&LJa8TON.8.0..
ri 111E l'eu..L t < rrb Rail Company
__ ___ ___ I !
this dL due Ik'. Hiukiaic Feud, (MC Act HUr..a. )... ..,. E-.4_.'.
dung' '' ague" have been enterely cured. No case Steel. have ever before Uiuld at la ) amounts a1' Ir Pr'Wges
they )
Iron and Plow .' IKA.1311,4"An Art to provldafor
I. (,
; l I"< >u ever obstinate, can resist the health and life Also line sssortmcnl of q I prsived and coeoor.re, a Mb. '.il syMui of mural" liapruveuwula ... .4 tj I'Il1KIC1iCN Feb II, '1111. 17-ly

-""is taxis of tliut great medicine. Parties 'WEED ENGLISH AMERICAS IRON Woodware Dry Goods in IbU IMaU "i .........* U barebygIrer '- --- -
I In all shape*. Plow' I euc I, tuorted widths., for Hardware, {ih-it on tUtariiay. M.reh !'. !lu'M," lb..IHecofaiililCoiupauy
'1.0 have bad chill: f,r a year steadily day by late byMarch A. UUriM>s. I> I II ia TalLUuMcr, ll.c Triuit.es of lb. laIc,. L. WARROCK

I Ii'\. md with. whom, all other medicines failed W, "09! 3:r: __ __ FAMILY GROCERIES !ICooeiulog luipruveiueul t uii'l of' the HlMlr of Florida will llydlel.ra. ; .FAUMKIW: I : ,
.
ot .u. H publi. uulcr- lo ib klbeat| W't.terlb. :
bus0 been" restored to health by the use one I WIIOUN.LENn: RETAIL DEALER IN
, of Choice Brands of Flour, Coffee;, Tea, \ Prasw1.41eurale' U..I 11Gndbicluding I IINo Ki J *"'U,le of" Pjrafuge." TIM medicine acts at the Administratrix's Sale. \Bato, Purl, (;1>0.'...., Bed, Iruu. fqalpiui, ork.buiM) 0..1.. and .
Rice Biitfar .
I ...
, >iu>- time u a &tunic stimulating and givhig! an Priuie Bllt'I.d. .skr, *'1. "bha i FraucblM." ...4..u Its vr 'I'j ny nf fry ki>.dTtrii. :t CROCERIES,
1
of the Probate Court of etamall advance abuse T furl .. CUll ,i :ill wbii want
order "
eoiJ
'M'lx-tite, whilst, the rhilU and fcver U entirely T f3 authority of an Florida, I walleU at tubUcjntcry will bc by 0'.'" ,... ts-m I "i '(ivtc,+ uf Ihe lateral M airi j H nay
Jefferson county &
WINES
ffulnalcjfroiu the .y.kIU. Its healthy cffttu at Monllccllo In Edit i! 1 u-ony, the following Cash Only libl rwveUH4it lui d. ., r v tot > 'lbi"lIl"| 41s ha.. ALES LIQUORSAUCTIONEER
l:, !1':1.;! to-wlt: N W,tf n\NK: W. WEIWTJ:11.aec4 : .
I'- L l It after, the first W>>\looufuiL.lteIlI 'lD i 101 ,1 I-oDd.oQ N 1.!V,MONDAY bee: 1, T...L.o\l.rill'I I. Kai.-c' % 8 aud E; 8 W!tf Ihgh..t Cub Prlcea I'aid! fur Cuttrw. (Ih.Jo.. >Uii| to Uppman' celebrated chill and fever Town I. Barge 18 and E, be- fir .,. (}'." 16. 'w. iaIraBYRON ,a. tst If-Iole:
o'S WV. 8ec.5. ,IHcaou1.M. \\ax 0\: -- D R U C CIS I T i II"u> ... .low ... liulUr Lau--
iI.'< ''liviiw, and he chaJU-u: ;:i-i a shijU' owe no lungloc 10 the bwc of J )1 ll4y..r. 1 ,
.
A K.flOl! :. &111101'1fU'f11lf1 General Forwarding and Commissii u
,Uiu ui dicine and S.l\LJ atllekw eau INo beuJbtTallahassee
"I'.r.1f
wlal MttnJuiglu Uy Si-i
Toilet and
) TO. WHITCOMB. fancy
'' '>> 9s cmClL'1. And tt U a gre-it pit n.iin: fur -- -: -- I or nett Fla., this U
-- -a well se a mUtcHon in-1: pr'.dv: lu point In Notice. ,
Administrator's MANrr.crt Kim 'i' Rail Road. Article i>f t'blw.tdl'l JACKMi.NVIU.E. F1.omn.\.
'il' article II ivhiginj; up iu uur until i, :and ue I Tallahassee
Much U. Still IH If
P -weumg S4> much greater virtue than any"I l the pmra'e.having. claim wdemauds swnlhut I'urlublr n.d .I1..r' l.lr..ui iu.Gl.ea. :. -- OIII.IUM: uiral'1'i'1'11.1.aIJI'1'1111: : --- .- .
R'r : '...
V1J. .1.
late oflulla U
W.V4lVer..
I ul Martha M.rur. ua>
H'liiwnmj' quack' pbS c no.. afl nt>. We:ire p u ;1 tounty." i.rata Fla., d-*. are l-rnbi notified to I r. ....P.Nfr....1...... Agrlrull.rlel I... M'HK TillsIlilir !Bail K<..IdI"'Y bat laxISM i/so.. ...cutrm. .. .. .. uuuw.. .. Tuna.. ...., ."....r.wlaa.Gibbs .... ...
"' ";, fruin recummemUtioua aiU theta duly aulbentkated witiiln( the tiau iJ.ian-.. trrlirvltiair t:.. DtIJa4 to pay the talet..4 w u..4' a...... Md
high resent
I li n.tl. uf the "Pyrufuge." thai: it is do1l1mct l"ko ; ; hI I>r cJ'lk4.I their fcyl-w.or retevwy(tbia ab1o_. tboie Ice will ludettcd be pkad lo said u I Blur >, .'10.... ....... "*.a'.. proted....J.....La.', 9 doe, ls5 tbc taut fciBSttkf ell "An s*Art.,,'loroirldii. IM* Art.fur t<- Physicians' Prescriptions Compounded at all Hours-Day or Night. & Fowler,

"- tb.. flnX pwittoa (', the cUUU and dtfn: .:.tIte are requested to make hnardlau Nay-et W CORNER; ; CYI'KEi0:: LX' 5l..t.EeTA.: .. I Ml eMasaiKt l w.eral.y..e.of intmw I l.H-'o.rmc -
.1', I IU will become world wUH-ir, W. W. WALJiLB: ; .uw:! i iUrden .t In tkl kteu. s."Id U hanky B4vta tat. Produce Commission Merchants
.
rvpolatiua or J 1L GA"J", [.!8, en stetwday Wanrb, ''Mb I..**. al Ik.*,*. of salt -
"i"ern' cued. U will speak fur itself and .'1Iea A-litt'rs said EsUte.: with T J Huivri .iUb" {".romftlyJlled Coui-wy tip T.u.IN Tnuucs. of u.. 'late r. %.. Ill l"rurl ..... -%. 1.'ilt '.

'" OM ha West they will bear of "Pyratugr."If ." March 16, 'W: Ja-*______ ( Ter left_ Ca.li.rcb'yW. Nl publoaury.; '. of 1kr fetals al nmH.. all. I alp NW conducting IP y biulBMS OB tb> heU., touiull. "' ..' /.cud >..! <'u.b I'rlrr.. -- ... -
U .
I'M MsM AND
*-*. : ail at lo hlfMM r. .4dta latersnt 1 spa tutmuua giant a !> w _alta Uwe fur easy ueept.orr or semi. paper *. 1 cunSWM : ,4LK or 8Ol'l'IllICY KBl'IT
Pitnat Oft)'" wjij be knot tbruujb flu fU ..r4.be.1WI u...".1. ladtt.lBV IBJf RlMAlHBt. I' |"Crow UasA. t Vstm. ....is .......talCy, Abut. llidw. Tallow. ,
"nineose sale of the Wonderful dull and Fief 3STOTTCKVUU -- |r.., CqsAiBMMta, w... ........ I>uaH* and Fraort 011 Jk.aw_ tfce. .hr. ;..
M' .1ieUw, Depot at Llppman'a Drug and PatotH Western Lands & Seemities ..i. Hi"H |*T property or' scar, kind. Tares M. LIVELY.E. Jas.ll*.,'*. 4441* '"

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DHINQUNT[ CITY I Boada sad f I'S4.a. .. lay sad MIl I W w&awn:1&:
: e.,cr'wry .4 Ill!........ Warrock & Qroome
tirtft5tmtut5. -- J. l.i /I.Ire"*ni N.\\lur..,.ur." wi* ..."- -I 'Ii u, ,.> \ \\0 w '-?-: u E. L. T. Blake, Pumps I Pumps !II!Iu ATTORNEYS AT LAW.,

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6. Where slave was In die net of per. amshi s &c. Miscellaneous. New York Advertisements.
I Inured
arming ono not warranted dS-St, Miscelaneous .
on Improper or '.- !
,
loribian.I -
t1t1 -
I ; i1I !! by the contract under, which ho Was Ired. Iho : -

__ : hirer. Is liable for all the consequences In- : SCHEDULE. SPRING 1869. J...D..!PT. .'. GREAT

- LlgP! i -- i Ju ft But the Injury must hle been the Immediate 1 o PAPY & PEELER,
''':.\ oiIs 0. BARGAIN

- Iecl.Ion.. or the f'nprns. ConrtI'lorldn. >or consequence nave been received of the when Improper 8 employment or. Tallahassee! Fen, & Georgia FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ,

ed, or have grown out of the peculiar hazard. ol TALLAHASSEE, FLA. SJODLES H
the employment; and II an Injury occur rmlwe- .A1D- m its
DF.UVERKD AT TAI.tm EF.. I1A. qently on account of(lie carelessness or heedless- LORD & TAYLOR -- S ,
lucas of the slave find. without the fault of the Florida Central Railroads PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Bt8INE
liable for the ronsctitncea Having made to extend their Supreme and Clrenl! Conrls PROFITS NOT
d John Morrisonft. hirer, the hirer will not bo arlngementl and Courts for the THE
In the U. B. Circuit OBJECT
3 : } | of the Injury.Judgment I. I ,- WHOLESALE BUSINESS Northern DIUrlct of F.lorlda -.----... ,

I John L. McKlnnon. reversed. RT Office on Ort floor Stole B nn k.I Prices
AFTER MONDAY, NOV. Marked
for appellant. would Inform 19
OriSIOX OF RASDALL,, CHIEF JtSTWL1st. Pnpy Peeler for appellee. ON Trains on these .8bl8 respectfully lie. 13. 6 _. -- Dow
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Though court make an Incorrect ruling rive at and leave the severs) Stations at tbe hours SOUTHERN BUYERS .e_
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J ,' below named, the Companies, however, :
after. reserving MAMIrEI. .1. nOICH"\H.
tho of if It be
as to admlssibility testimony, .I. Mr. Anlhony1'nll the therefrom at their that their Stock the Season will be
I I or .Hrr right to vary daring coming ntWILL Law. RESPECTFULLY
wards corrected, and such testimony admitted "boollnl I'urllcnlnr-i. Hereafter, the St. Trains on the Tallahassee Latest New York News Attorney I INVITE the pnbll.I
time to give the party all the benefit of the fuels full Railroad will Mark Mondays, LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT AND 8U- to call and examine my large Stoek jO--
g: :' We have obtained from an eye-witness tIme rn Wednesdays Federal ol
1 In the
and
State,
be such will I of the
sought to proved, erroneous ruling and Coon
I particulars of the shooting of Ibis gentlemnn.men Fridays. than ever before, and an Inspection of It before purchasing Conrt.P the Marine Bank Building.
I"j 1 not DO ground for granting a new trinl. Freight and Accommodation Trains will len Office In Saddles Harness
i. 21. It Is discretionary with a court whether\ to of which was mado In this column yes- Tallahassee for Jacksonville si 6 A. M.on Mondays, elsewhere Is solicited. TA.UDAlBas, Nov.. :, '08. 16 and Buggies
i.! compel a to loin In demurrer evidence. tertlay.The. Wednesdays and Fridays arriving at Jacksonvilleat -- ;,
party before
I : Is affair about eleven mlll from 7.00 P. M.! Returning, will leave LADIES Having their own buyers In each of the principal purchasing elsewhere' RI mom t lo
8d. Where there i testimony tending to oclrre J.ekonvle.tf.S for CUB. v,.
1 ) the concurrent and Intention prove of houso of a Robert A. M. on Tuesdays, ThardaJ. Btnrdayl, European Market, they will be able to maintain E. M. WEST, tel
understanding
f bride ol the at Tallahassee at House for taAll persona knowing
''I"' Mann, whose sllp.dnnghlrr was the ) .rrh'lnj the long established reputation of tbe themtel,
the parties as to the particular terms of pnrol of Mr. Mann keeping desirable, saleable goods, of which,also, me, elber bl Note or Book Account lodehlt
It the LOOK
j agreement, and the jury have, passed upon It, tho occasion.that Mr. Anlhony was at was(sent for to perform theceremony ln cn :.%r Train. Going East t OUT!!! LOOK OUT! heir long experience u incceasful Retailers Is am- Copyist & Accountant, fly requested. to make poymenl at on, I 1
L! ,: verdict will not ho disturbed where "
particularly welcomed lila arrival Leave (Julney.....,. 800P.M. I pie] guaranty. E c.tR 1
he
the charge ol the court \\'Rll'roper. with great{ and cordiality was-too much, In on fact-for his Arrive at T.Uobulee...."....... 4.49 LOOK OUT!!! LOOK OUT! Tallahassee, Florida. Oct 0' 1 DT.
If. 4th. The statute of usury (Thompson's Digest, hud become Intoxicated and Leave ". 5.18 Tbe leverl! departments are. CIa t SILKS DRESS
-f1'!. 234, gl 1)) refers to contracts ol the loan of money hOl, unfortunately, Leave 7.00 ,, Cl'THS. SNAWLS CLOAKS IJF1IOL- Aug.I888. 55 JAMES J.
,\ or things of value, for a specified Intcrrot or compensation scarcely knew what he was doing. 'I Leave 9.29 8TERT,, WIllIE GOODS.I0SJERYAnd YOKUM 1
for their use, according tn their taint/ While the company were waiting lor the ceremony Leave Live ...3.83 A. M. GLOVES, LADIES' and '
and eiich contracts as provide fur certain ; to begin, Mann became enraged at some Arrive Savannah. 7.1)0 .BeolOe the Complexion.I TING, In each of which will be found Goods so.ccted E. H TAPSCOTT BOOK-BINDER
tin-
I" : of the a fancied slight from somebody And hunted u hli Leave Savannah.... .... 7.00P.M. .GVC a Rosy Glow to the Checks.11 especially to meet the demands of SOUTH ,
contingent repayment principal sum or !
f value, and a certain unconllngent ralo in taint/ shot gun. When ( ceremony was about hall Leave Lake .. 484 .A Ruby Tinge to th* Lp... ERN eaotomers ATTORNEY AT LAW, -AND-
Leave .
broke Into tIme room where it was l.ldwln.. .. .. ... 8.81 Samples Goods sent upon application.
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for Its uic; and unless a contract Is In violation thronjh.ho 7.80A.M.'I'rnlnn Removes al Blotches Freckles.. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
I, ii of this principle, it docs not come within Ilia prohibition and In a very boisterous manner .The Best the World." LORD & TAYLOR House. Blank Book Manufacturer
\ i of tbo statute and therefore ordered it stopped addressing himself to the Passenger Uolnsr 'Went I OITICB In Court

t If, fith. A contract to;repay one and, a Imlf bnili- minister, all holding his gun him,In his and Imnd.endeavorc.l Mr. Leave J.ckonvle........... 7.15 P. M. Nos.461.4.46" 47 Broadway,. t New York. 11,_'08. __M_. --e_
; I". els of corn within year for one bushel advanced Anthony remonstrated( with Le"'o .. .... ....... 8.11 '"COSTAR'S" Nos. 2. .29 21(rand f RULED TO
f!, to quiet him, nt Ihe same lime trying to take Leave Lake ANY PATTERN
i' Is not within the prohibition ol h the statute\ of WTiolaali n'arenxmn : HOGrUE PURR 3
ho from his hand. Tills M:inn resisted, and LcaveLlvoOak .... .. . 8.83A.M. WM. S. Lodgers, Cash Day 5, ora
j I .1\\' usury, because the value of I Ihe article Is fluclua- gun . No*.461 to 407 Broadway,entrance on Grand Street. made to Book
I ting;and the increased value not be In In time struggle It was Rcc'I"'nlaly discharged, Leave I.B AT LAW Docket In orer. Book andParticular II
83
equal Feb. 69. 20-lm
may ) .. BEAUTIFIER ATTORNEY line anY.1110
money value al the lime of he payment, tn lie he load 1 (uf squirrel sholentering) lower pait Lao Ionteelo. .. .. 6.8 '' given to
r valnu of I lie loaned time (if(lie abdomen, on the right side. He immediately a Tlllhlpee.... ...... 1.27 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Albunue. atentou repaIring Ptotop.(
principal or thing ,at the Leave _ FROM 4 to 850 HORSB POWER,
sunk down but declared his intention to
S\ of tbo I loan. Arrive at .11.45A.M. Including celebrated Cor- Office In the
fiLl,. Relationship l"y affinity to ono of the finish the and. propped by pillows on TiE a hiss Engines, Slide WILL give prompt attention to any basinets "Florldlan Ilijidl .
partici
i within the ninth In (ho bed comniemiccul nt the beginning mid went HI. Ulnrk Trnln-Urrlalit an l Ac Cut.ol Engines, / eeL cd with his profession.My Feb. 85,1808.
the
degree, by common roniniotlntton Bitter-Sweet and Blossoms. ) Office In the Room of the Clerk vt the Supreme I 3
It. | ,Orange Portable An. Also
Engines
,: l law, it ground,!challenge! of a juror. But w hero through t -
) .1 a juror l 11 culled who Is Mrs! oiunin to lime plain- When our Informant left to luko the train ate'mntlersminville. Leavo Tal.bn Aeo...,.. ...,,,.10.0*. M. Circular Mulay nod Gang Court'6,*,.at the Capitol. I DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
One Bottle 11.00-Three for Saw Mills, Cane Mills,
Sugar 8IyBOLLING
lifTs wife's motherland the defendant a spring wagon had hr'o obtained Arlveatt. 2.0. .01119. _ _
i makes no objection and dof-fl not afterwards pn-scnt and time wounded, man was on t tin: point ofX'inir Leavo&I. M.rkB..1.3. .. I 0 p.Arrivoat M. 1000 Bottles ..10 In one d.yln N. y. City.5.'All -- Sbnllnj. Pnlley Mill,, &heat e., Lath,and FOR SALE.

show Hint, tie was unaware of limo relationship, taken home to All'rlelll.Tllu Tlllb.IU.: ..,....... 8.8 Probsts In TALLAHASSEE sell II. I Corn 8bln/le, Circular Saws BAKER -

t p ,I I (though his counsel docs mnku nil affidavit to Hint attending ph'llelnl pronounced, the wound Coniierllonn t Or address COSTAR," No. 10, Crosby St., N. Y. _ Belting, Ac. Send for descriptive THE FINE DWELLING KOVSK' AND
effect) and it docs not appear that the persona very serious In nature, but Ind been with t lie circular& price list. ATTORNEY AT LAW on the corner ol Adnnii sod&]
r Our connections at 81. Marks for Havana
"J' through whom such relationship; existed are still I imuc.nl, when our Informant li'fttoo short a time Weal, Tampa, 1'cnsacoln Apalncbtcota and ,New Key WOOD & :MArNTI..AM: i:> TALLAHASSEE,
livinir, such cnnw Is not sufllcient set aside a ([
,J verdict, especially when there Is no evidence that nol KO through the body, but I dged I inside. per montb ply between New Orleans and Havana Feb. 23, '09. iitt-llm t-Orrici In Court Uouoo.Nov. one premises of tbe most all convenient In good repairan4 and \I. alto(,
'1 I \ the Juror Is In fuel influenced from that cause. There was no quarrel or III fu ling on thin part touching at all the Intermediate points, one -- 13,'67. 15-tf In the city. Apply to CSlrabledv1jp
.
j j/1', Judgment affirmed. ol Mr. Mann towards Mr. Anthony, and the doplorahlo leaving each city every week thus giving ns a week I.. C.

.4!I 1 pellee McClcllan) for appellant-McKlnnon for ap- accidents affair maybe, resulting set down from among tIme\ Immoderate time chapter ly connection each way.ROBERT WALKER EARLE, CUNNINGHAM & CO. JESSE T BERNARD O Co 2,1806. 6.tf DE1ULLY.. Al

I: : use nl ardent tien'l 8nporlnlen ent. t SOhS THOSE Corn*. I Oh I TDOSS Corn. '
I,. a A IJlril from Dec. 8, '08. 18-tf COTTON FACTORS, Lost Strayed Stolen
Amerlcus yesterday I ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
: ::1 Ir F. A. Underwood ) afternoon, brings the --- [Morning Paper, Avg. 26.] 4KDCommission ,

,. I, Ellen Underwood.M. I Hint Mr. Anthony Is much bettor, and (that strong Alliance Line I on MT t I OH MT t I can't.t.ndl ; but he AND ON !atnrday MARE nlmrht, 80th of January,1'beire
I between
) entertained for his Steamship lp Merchants Solicitor in lii smith
HART AND WESTCOTT, JI'STICES. hlpe. are rceovery..1'lfon.lr. did, for he sent right offand got ft box of'Costar's' Chancer two hind feet white, a small white snot 1 yel Doe'oi
norr. *o. 71FOBN 'V, I.I. 1''nE' T, has a kernel at the junction of betdui
II ; 1st. Dcflclences In the record cannot ho taken ---- -- BETWEENN. r1Orrics oviu STATS BAN a. neck,.mal mane and foretop; will be lUnd iS
,/'t : i advantage; of by a motion dlml'llihe appeal. 1'lic CotiNlHulioniil AiiMMMliiieiH.Alter Corn Solventand --.- J uly 23,1807. 84-ly report of a gnu clone to ber. S'toa was formcrliik

.'' :J;, If ho must the appellee suggest desires the diminution to remedy and the move deficiency for! a a great deal of backlng-and-fllling floundering Orleans and Florida Ports I It cored him." If. EiBLB,formerly of Small wood,Earle.t Co.JAIls Mr.property John of Lester Judge from D. W.whom Gwynn I "arbl and oner""d".
B. CCMRIHOBAK
( 1' .1 certiorari the amendment has al last Arewardof46 will bspald
under time rules. negro suffrage TBOS. J. PIRKIHS,formerly of Earle A JOHN P. DUVAL fortherecoq4
I 21. No decree of divorce from the bonds of passed both Iou esln the follow Ing form: Thousand of Bexes sold. Co. and J. Smallwood & 8malwood.. the mare. Address,
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j "' matrimony can be entered by (Ito court upon the lie it rfv!., lira thirds of hith llmiKi ((/ All Druggists In TALLAHASSEE sell It L & 10 north of JESSE DENNIS near Dr.,
I mere consent or agreement ol the parties 01 re earring rr."lftl the following amendment to (lie address "COSTA," No.lOCrosby St., N. t. -.o--- Physician Surgeon, Dies TalabMlee." 's p
S ; cord. There must be a complaint of due form for' 8 '00. I
Constitution (If the United States be submitted to Feb'y 27 1
hAVING LONG EXPERIENCE IN THE SALE OF
J4 a cause authorized law HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO
by due I
,supported proof. lie Legislatures of the several State, nnd when OFFERS -- !
'4 3d. Where upon bill filed a decree divorce a ratified of Tallahassee. Office al his rest
by three fourths thereof, it shall ho a part Cotton and other Southern Produce WakullalaxSafe.B
1 deuce, the Episcopal
)L tinculo matrimonii and 01 reference to :Master to Of said CoiiHlltution. opposite Church. .

nl$ i!. report as to allowance for alimony Is passed up AHTU-I.E 13. The right of tho clll/ons of (Iho rpIUS J ships LINE to sail Is composed every Saturday of the from following New Orleansto Steam- we respectfully to make advances solicit ,eonolgmen. and to are prepared -Aug.-11, '-08._ Mlf' virtue of tbo authority In me vetted t>rl In,I
; on the consent! and agreement of parties, an United States shall bo denied will offer for sale, ,
ap to vote not or Apnlacblcola St. Marks, Cedar Keys, : before the Cour HUOK.S
; peal from the order confirming the report when. abridged by the United Suites, or by any State, Penoaeol'i West: 'Il j. IKUI.-N &co., Dr.; :John; S. Bond tbe town of Crawfordvlo. county Fk
made and fixing fur consideration on of
alimony opens on account of condition Septemberm
or previous
race, color FLORIDA.
u TALLAHASSEE
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I 1 the decree of divorce, and though the partiesmay ol servitude.SEC. ALLIANCE, 8. Curp. "COSTAR'S"Standard 1TTILL continue the practice of )[ T. for State lad County Taxes due thereon for tin'
3 I. not desire! to disturb tho decree of divorce, 3. The Congress shall have power to enforce LATACCA," L II. LIVISOSTOS. Dee SO, .6 2t-l) W lahassee and vicinity. Office at edlclnlin reldeoee.) lt the following described Lands I lying and b&im
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; It will be reversed FLORIDA," M. O'LlABV. county or so much thereof as will )
I Improperly granted. this article by appropriate legislation.This Preparations In r.r of the old Post Offlce. the N
the Taxes for aforesaid
to-wlt
i Judgment reversed. ) 18 year i iN
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differs from lImo bill ns It came from (tho DUDLEY BUCK, D. J. STCBOKS. B. C. MORRIS, Jr., 13,1880. W see 4, all ol seeS, E W( of N W V oC.'I
Sanderson I -
for -- -- -- -- --
appellant-Cooper for appellee. Steamers leave New Orleans every Saturday evening ARE acres; S WV or see 0, of sec 16, l IX .
Senate the of Iho SuccoMOf to CALDWELL A MORRIS, al
by dropping light to Marks ( ) i
negroes Bt. every Wednesday Key Township Range Wl secst7,2S,25.ml
t is I Henry Blaback bold ofilce and omitting religion and education. Went and Havanns, via Cedar Keys "Costar Roach Ac. Exterminators. cjcttcrL Fao'or Similia Similibus Curantur. : S3, In Township 4, Range 8, Sand W; felO
I ) Wo have strong hopes tho WorM that this &Hrliiniliig leave Havaona every eenlj' and St. nat see 2 eeepll acres, In X. 8, R. 8,8 and WI:
; M.' [ says ,
Marks every Tuesday evening fur via "CoitarV Bug Exterminators."Costar'lt -ANDGen.'l I I0 8 8 In T. 3, R.4SindVeeitI,
t r I Leoma L Cushman. \ amendment will not bo ratified by three-fourths Apalacblcola and Ponsaooln I and W, 10.0( .cr. morel I
eoolailinl
$ 4 RANDALL, CUIEF J. 01 the States. Even Mr. Sumner and Mr. Rout- Connecting regnlarly at 81.( Mnrk Tal. (only pore) Insect Powder. Commission Merchant, less. To bo sold A. Uclntf' |
Pen. b (la. and Via. Central .. and M. B. Jones,non-reeldenls.
I d ; Tbe proclamation\ 01 the President of the t'nl well expressed (lie opinion that It cannot be ratified The pnll\O\ may rely on this line for certainty and Only Infallible Remedies known." ,0 Old Hllp "M:V VOllli.fiENJ. HUMPHREYS'I W. G. UOBISOX,

f ted States of January 1. 1863, known as the ; and their doubts or despair should encourage dl"Bl ',18 established la New Yoik." C. MORRIS, General I Tax Collector Wakulla count;.
Emancipation Proclamation was a military order F. W. PERKINS, years } March 9, 'C9. 31-Oui
a l founded upon a luppoacd military necessity the friends of State rights lo make a vigorous Agents, New Orleans.A. "9.0 Boxes and Flasks manufactured dally." FRANTZ B. MULLER, I t Special HOMEOPATHIC -

l j In a time of war, and became operative| only opposition to the amendment In every State DENI1AM,, .Al Druggists lo TALLAHASSEE sell them. WJI. 1IAKMAN. BRO\\N, ( Partners. i SPECICSJI Wakulla Tax Sale.
.
It when (bo Fedoral Government was enabled" by where there Is an inch 01 ground to fight upon.peakhiig Agent,Bt. Marks. Mill t I I Beware lit 1 ohparlou.lmlnUol..I -- .- I HAVE proved, from the ample experience,

I the power of arms to enforce It. of the final of tho amendment April 23 119 1ITAVING FORMED A LIMITED PARTNER. I success; Simple, Prompt Efficient virtue of the mo vetted t by> !les,':I
Judgment affirmed. passage -- Address IJ Ship under the laws of lbs State of New I and Reliable. They are the only Medicine perfectly BT will offur for aulhorl,11, HOUK.I'

Jones for RPP'',lllln&. by tIm Senate, a Washington correspondent JOHN PRATORIUS York with Messrs. FKANTZ B MULLER and WM. i adapted to popular nse-*o simple tbat mistake the town of Crawfordvlllc, Coar county. him
says: HENRY R. COSTAR, 10 Crosby St., N. Y., HARMAN BROWN I 8"eeloll.rtaen. under tbe cannot be made In using them; so harmless u lobe on SATURDAY the Wlh day or June P49,2
firm name of "B. C. .. now continuing free from dnger.and so efficient a* to be alway due thereon fur the *
; John II Kllboe and W. D. Barnes Tho Senate to-day was vexed to Its very soul MERCHANT TAILOR Or, JohN F.HENRY, (Successor to) with Increased flltle. the business here reliable. raised the highest commendation State the and following County described 1 axe* Lands 1 anti tail;
with Iho third appearance of the Constitutional tofore conducted by of from all, and will render.. 18 much thereof 1)111 nutf,
I, Mario( iTiryrlclc.WESTCOTT. } amendment. The report of the Conference Committee PKMAS nA EIt Co..21 Park Row, N.Y. Morris, at Lh same office, No. !:!u Old C.ldwel I No*. a..y. Cent the Taxes county for the or year so oforPnld.to-wlt:wi r,
Is what the Senalo HAS JUST OPENED A B. C. MOUKI3, JK. tbeG
exactly rejected week 1CuresYeveraCongcatlon, One house and lot In Newport,known I
J. ago by a vote of thirty-one against thirty-seven.I Sold by M. LIVELY New York, ScpL 1, 'CS. 4-6m I 2, Worm.Worm Fevr Iufamm.Uon..2, Colo..2 O. Wet property. To be sold u tbe propittd
1. Under Iho statutes regulating appeals In Tills stultification presented, to the Senate was MAGNIFICENT STOCK --- -- --- -------- 8. Crying Colic,or Teething ( ...2! Q. M. Galphln. I'
l chancery from final TALABAIB" FLII.&. IMttrrhcra of children or W, G. .
or interlocutory decrees writhed ROBISOJ.
Is a painfully over by Pomeroy. Wi80n. -OF- Jan. 19,1889. 24lyROSADALIS Smallwood 5, Dysentery, Griping, .dnls..2... Tax Collector a
bond not necessary to perfect an appeal. The 10rton. Sawyer, and Iho carpet Hodgkiss & Co. BlouB Colc.. WauUa coool
Cholera
j 6. ) March 9 ) Bl-Siu
I only result attending a failure to give bind under lo cat dirt they were toldthey lorbo.J Yomliog..2 0. __
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bcau.o 7. Coughs, ... I
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the statutes that (the appeal docs not III IhU Morton attacked FALL & Wl "roneblti. .2
operate DUII GOODS COTTON FACTORS 8. Neuralgia,ToolbocbeJi.aceeb......
as a .upcr cdell8.I head of the Conference TEl 9. Wakulla Tax Sale.
Comlitee. lebeSlck
2. Where au appeal Is prosecuted from un In. with a violence and virulence personal 10' leaaRbe Verlgo..2,
BIUou.tlom.cb....
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I torloculory order or decree In chancery under and certainly diverting. Tho Ildieallul81re) that WHICH HE OFFEItS 1113 CUSTOMER T3H! OIJE T AND 11, Dypep.l. punful .......25 By virtue ot the authority mo ,eied lIooi.by hilwill
I the act of 1333, It the bond is In a sufficient\ tho amendment will Ibo to.night under r friends on the most 13. Whites,too profuse Perlot..2 offer for tale before Ibo Court Tim.oa t
and pas consisting of Blood Purifier Croup, Cough, the town of Crwrordv\e. Wakula 0001)
amount so conditioned so 110 secure the apI party giving thin rightto Commission Merchants 13 dllcul lrelblng .2 tim
coercnn. Ilgroll.e Genera Salt Rheum,
I pellee fully In his rights as well as for all damages \- vote but office. Whio! for 15, Erysipelas. ErnptoD..2 Satnrday. taxes duo AUKOL Iberoa for' IMI,Is

I In the event the decree of the court below this muter pressure, tho carpet-baggers declare Cloths, c'imit: o. nearer Nt., New York.WE 18. Rbeumatom. Chill laoB..2, IbtiS, the following described lands I Ij)log dID 2W

I I I'' Is affirmed\ cither in whole or In part, It Is a stith.I that their States will almost unanimously reject Cassimores and Hcroftala In Its Various Form, 17, Piles, Ale bleeding.....Arue..6.. said Wakulla county or so much lb.."J I'! J
I lent bond. it, and it is conccdmljluat not lore than eighteen --- 18, ,and sore or weak Eyes....50 satisfy the taxes for the year I t fcg"
I j ii & TIns husband executing a deed conveying States are sure or probable for Democrats SCCH A 19. Catarrh,acute or chronic Inloeua..1 Sections 87 83 and 10, alla oore.d\\. BIOOLAlso
'I I I' tho whole body of his estate a trustee, the wile bore, of course, tho It par. Vestings, Consumption In lu earlier HlasTca, Enlarc 20.: Whooping Cough,violent .... 1, South and Sfcit-th ,
I "t' cannot file a bill against the trustee to net sable ty sense, however oPl'os, they Imendlelt 111 r tloD of lb.Claude,Joint... are prepared through resident J.gentato 2t, A.tbma lreolbing..6 ,10.0 acres Township 3 Bjnlb
lie deed upon the ground of the husband's hil proposed wbtck h. hi pwpaicd lo luaoul"lor In the beet U.Hone*,(Kidneys, Uterus, chronic advance on and sell Cotton ID all the Southern opprce, ( 1. East, d South Range S. "r
\\ being as ll put forward an issue upon whichthey .. Ports,or forward from these Ports New York 2a 2 lealoi..6 Rangi 2 West-the pro'ert7!
to
unsound mind and manner HI workmen good as can be foindIn HheuanaiUiu, of orLIVERPOOL Scrofula.emilargedGtands, shin 5. South, ,
\ti, Incapacitated lo contract( \\'rOfl'to bo utile to sweep tho country, as the country Viva HIM a.I A TBIAL. .. hklu.l Er.ru. 24, General Debility Physical 8welo..6 Jumige., *
the date of Its execution although the husband such itself.: Kie., ., .. the **
I WIl apparent day Nov tW. H DIRECT Dropsy, and ( Also, Land known as
I j i!I"t: U at the lime Ibe bill Is filed a lunatic and the that Republicans share Ice views Messrs --- 10 -- ----- 2., Sea hlckneu,.c.alyBeerelon..6 BectlOD, between Hartsfleld sn41'lt0p1L' I0tT

wile Is without a fund for her supp.:rt. Stewart and Prclingbuyscn said in so, many 4L.SYPHILIS u our friends prefer. Our Llverpool 27, Kidney-Disease, Gn'el..6 rldn..6 containing 300 acres, more or l.
Decree reversed. : may eonoectou.ln Thomas The said Lands :.
words (Hint if the and Ibo Boyd
present such "eblll
Congress pro- are aa will give the 2 Semina Emlloa.
McClullan, Papy & Peeler fur appellanlsY sunt not hold of olr al Di.cbarc..... the W.kll .
.
legi.Jllf'ltlll get an all- ITT J.XjX, ITS 'OIB.utS.DISEASES advantages of that market. .1.0 w G
.
20. Sore .
for Mouth .
onge appelice.I muni, bo Clker. ... ..6
beIlifter adopted.ia C -- --- Collector W.kDIICDI
ouh 0. 80. Urinary bed...... Tu
---- G. 'Y. "(0'. it. CO., 31.S3. .. Painful Periods, with Feb. '69. :.D

i I i Franklin Branch and Ed- 1 : t I ml I u Colloii Crop. OF WOMEN, Florida.V. Sufferings at change 8p.m..0.......1.0 2

I' ward A.,. Clarke }I The official returns of time cotton culture lu the I.oas .\PT.* f 84. Dlptberia, ulcerated Bore
Cmplnt
:j William'. Wilson. / Bombay Prcbidcncy, show I small Increase last 1' im tkt & ,Jmprudn in Life( Bay St., Savannah,G.. Tbro..OUMILY '
season from the preceding tho amount ol land Oct 4, virtue of the authority in1' "Ie L 'i
BY
r HANDAI.L CHIEF JUSTICE. under cultivation, but a slight dt'renl hi the GENERAL DAD HEALTH, ----\ I CASES ,IU offer for sale before the Tft,

1. Where a verdict Is clearly against evidence crops taken from it. Tho laud under enll and all diseases of the Of 35 large vial morocco case, the town of Crswfor t I I or clearly III disregard of during thin year t 1807 for "Itul: A. OA.HD.DIAU.WOOD specific every ordinary eOtnlol'. OD Saturday, the 2Mb day of MJ/,1J. K.,,
preponderating evi acres, aJI| 10101 WI BLOOD. LIVER KIDNEYS BLADDERII Ik subject to, and a ol directions. .' I and County taxes due thereon for tbt jw'
it ( Last .
dence. will be acre.)
I sal aside and gllll'l.ne 1 0
.I'
a new trial 11 '"
granted. Smaller described lands lying
and with following
Family Cases, 20SpeciSes
I 2. Where upon a sale of proprty. a note being year the breadth of land used (or this crop w us Pere( ll..I.r.I -0- to 28 vials......Tr.vlDg..........from 15 to $$ WakulU County, or so ranch thereof I w'UM
l.UuOlr.acreliguitas.! :)(! .
the \ little '
given for ,u
and aforesaid
price, Ile given II ullwlt.lf for all Private Diseases, both forcuring the taxes for the year 010. ,
j I I term\ conveying the present title to Iho three-quarters of I million acres \' R08.\DALS endlc.te every kind of humor 10wal.A Co., J. L I.ALWOO.Co., and for preventive vials The whole of Suction 14, Ibo EH
proper. .
I ty yet If there be a subsequent Independent each year tu exotic\ cot ton. Thololulcropayenr r.loe tbe coLlie system to a New \ lyaub.Oeorii and pocket rases.......tretmeut.1........*. to all In Township 5, Range 8, South nd ,
a agreement to deliver the at a lu ago wail 12iillcuiidica! : 730 pounds in pounds, healthy condition.fjflT Gmo. W. SCOTT Co., TaUahassea, FIN tTbee Rmdle.by tba case or single 1 property Ir Sanborn.Ecb. )
,.1 turd time, and the seller proprYlld to dcliv O.02.10a.) The past season lie crop was only II F* ricTLT. IlAUHLKaa, never produ- pal0f the "oontr.by Mail or Express -
dug the sllhlct Injury.tjT free of Tn r WaoUl'QJ
) | ,
er the Irory. the defedant may avail hImself tl.t01 cliltiel fluid pounds or t.M1.681polnts. It 1* not a Secret Quack Remedy. Tbe articles CONSEQUENCE OF TUX DEATH OF OUR "" Vrlc. 23, CI
of Ibe cirumBtnoe to defeat a uponsuit llec""I' largest lu cotol.IIIUnlIlg of which II I I. made art published around each hate agent al Savanaab,Go., Wat. T. WOOD, we Addr. lIMPnREYS' SPECIFIC 1.TaxeColecU
: by payee upon recover. to UU.74U candies In 1807, ani only 58,337 DENISON'SCndtion bottle. __ have determined to make a new organization for the E COMPANY Sale.
Judgment reversed. nole caudle'in !$. Tho 'crop of native coton his __ business a that point under the Dame of Office and Depot, No. 6 Broadway, New York "s

.. i likewise (rout 59,30): can 1S07 ..,._4.4 Sg, 'A. ...4'.. l
1'upy Peeler for
appellant Illlni.hCl "
Dr.
& *- Henderson for < .,. .. J. L. SMALLWOOD & CO. Humphreys ls dally at LIe office i
co.ulled
to 53,8.10 1808. Thu .r Mill :
,
of
( the r.4.
''I alilwlee.I 'uldie. report Powders c".. personally or b1leter. as above for all form. 01 By W.c l';ri
i
I Commissioner adds that there is -- Our Mr. will make Ibl2tl
a pnmpcct of a ---- UODBla Savannah his prlncl- di For Ilo. above prices by and County due thereon ( .
t ., Thomas 1 good crop the coining)year. I' For Testimonials of remarkable cures, so. pal ae. Fn o. fTI.who assisted Ibo T. P. TATUM, Sole Agent.MEDICAL and the Tn.following property .
hits WOOD In the _, will have March 187. e'o'o
Randal the Macon for Ibis year. Cllon .. .erkins,
I, t says TdnlJ'llht( reader will 1 wptulul charge, assisted by' eldest son of our ---- 2 s CI and Tbo.
William It. Pcllcs. J f. i hU pencil and ltle. wi see that ------ Mr. 8.ALWoD Both are fully competent for all M.r L Lot ,Old:

I J fJDLL.CDIr: J, according to the data, the average yield of colton HORSES n.rAr.BD OILT >T th< mercantile tbe intercsu of ID patrona. Mr. PKZSton's .. NOTICK. Ia 8 L c.Piu '" "oUe

Ordinance No. In the Tlouibay MULS. DB. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO. experience Liverpool and extensive Feb 23, 2961Administrator's ,_-
I VUI of the Constitution of Presidency was, in 1807, for- acquaintance with English buyers, together i -

of 1863 to .1 contracts made during the war ty-nluo aiid-a-lulf |lsmuiids lu the acre, and In Cattle and 1111 llalllmoro Mtrect, with a practical knowledge of market valuea, will Dr. Wm. F. Robertson Notice.
arPle the terms of tbe ordinance 1808 tlro.aatUfactory disposition of consignments by
Hog
r r furty-lhruc and t, pounds; that U shipments lo foreign when
thifL
to admit UAL.TIMOHK. MD. ports
.ulorie testimony to Jam UlitTllllH delre. :
; the a t say, a crop not worth( on the average ten dollars Ch o Ir.lhAWOD.Jr., baa been connected HAYING returned to Tallahassee, offers his pro rPBK oade.I.e admlnl.trstf.
vlue property or consideration _
con pI B B.. .1' ran Anderson A Co.,Bmallwood, services to the elUID and 'b..o J_ .ded,
t tmplatd by the parlies thn; htUI% that the teuimo- to thu acre lu Liverpool: and\hat It is worth 1.1 L yaver. Culio anA a dIseases Fer "!. .1.IH.... ..&U .rn. Etch 4 Iw.Uwud... L ood Co., and ounehe. the surrounding country. ID the basement 01 ty, noUfiea all persons having cUlms ".
r ny confined to valuo of the cousidc .Jiulii, ,e have not the data at hand) to ilctermiue. Incident t u.1 to do L.IVKL.V. UratcdUI. which has given the of bulDe the Masonic Lodge, 1 the rooms lately occupied by against Sold Ette to present them let*
ration at the time the Cltrt was made. that 1* them |tnn aooocdlDfto I'atllahmuee sVlAug. .. for time 13 years; epreDC eonddenc andHtlsfocuuo Post Surgeon Arld Mte left at the Drug truer, within' ".J i'
I A bank bolijithe not for securing hich. \dltwliun c I in the ability to serve the beat interest Store of T. P. ., attended &.. scribed by law, or this notice will MpfTTtftiof
R. pledge a quantity I. which W8lln, It really does not appear that a protu.t like 6CuJUlt 25, "68. 61 V of our p.lrol through .ur anogemeal and respectfully Oct. B, 18<3. aMETROPOLITAN thlr recovery; and all those IsoW"

Lila \be disposed of by the bank to that offer aOYl'rollLllg competition w itli the bD your collDolloo, eODJd ce adptooo quested to **. pymeot Immel.I.11* r

me the deposited notes the li. subsequently sold the bank the cotton American crop concl'lng nil the adajitagesolcheap M. DENISON, TEXAS RANCH FOR SALE t our to our HOl.Jork wh'b has,been and BAR Mac 9, tat 31-w.M01TOI_ 1

own credit In his pre' i and afterward to his labor daimCI for the India colin. In the COLUMBUS, Cl.M. which we.feel confident will be merte la the Intercourse. t
Itespeetuuy .
drew out by bU checks accouot al proceeds de Southern Stales we fchuuld M-t down tin smallest For Oash. BMALLWOOD, IIODGEIS8 A CO. -ANDBHLIAEDSALOON--- Administrator'sBY Sale.
1
LIVELY
.pite without applying directing the bank product at about 123 and we believe the Druggist, _OR_ Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchant
\ such deposits to the Illunl. WHOLESALE virtue and In pursuance of a

ir lion of lie noli; that though payment there or sutUfac"ere average than hundred in ordinary and 8''n8 now 'ill not be Ih Feb 3. 'tJtf.jDem AGENT FOR FLORIDA. Exchange for Fla. lands !I We are prepared lo make Leon Jade of the County Court"' for :
a fifty offer for sale 'j0'1
llIf balances to time to lime sufficient IluuIWiU equal Improved r E. OTIS PROPRIETOR. a ,'a I(J
1 bidder before the Court Ay:
I f'0' cover the amount ot the notes alter they became laud anti labor jo that whih I applied to the Cash Advances Cotton on loul. I

due yet, as be neglected to appropriate Bombay cotton we hulhno doubt produce five on FINEST WINES ALES AND Taa the following dr pya

such balance to the payment of the bu hundred of to the SEED SEEDII! rpHE COUAL RANCH FOR for shipment to HODGKISS TiE LQtORS.ld Wild Game and Oyster ..Iving and ba/ lbs T
A h5
nQ llunL 1 orrERt UL CO. C aw.y. so
acr. 8MALWoD. to
drew them out, it Is 44,
too 1oriua No.
oi .
e and In
lt0 estinguishmnemul L or eichaoe for sear or J. I... will.uUlo Liverpool a manner to 1wl' Ll ,w I. b
Thu truth iprnd ka 8)ULWO\ jc
too fur .
of the not the application of i apparent dispute that cot- Road In Florida. directed by suit the tul of the moat Wtdl. Call and see. Addition /ad City Tillahanee
I such balances. t n production in India I 11 fight against nature --- This Ranch U In Comal county,Texas. adloiniis J Savona.. W..SCOTT owner. Den.lS'GS. II ing and l pfovemenuttareo"j f J'
Deposits i a bank to account of the The seasons are not adapted to It,and the the celebrated Ranch of the late Go. W. KendalCIt 8p 23,1S6A T o co -- -- ---- }
cannot as .elliltr product G ARDENCR3 WIIO WISH TO PROCURE A nalta acre,MO of which an nndcr Feb.1S'Gt 28edsAdministrator's,
nol oing b colder ; J1 bank upon I L as scant in quantity a*it i poor iu quality genii and full assortment of fresh,pure and fence and 0 uleOt 6.G aloof In*Onadslonp river for I L lUVCO..... iota....O. !HA1I...
may The culture has been forced cnuiue nin mile betas,and otherImprovcmfnU. Notice.
sufficient of by llrlu h manufacturing lo.
a amount such eODlo
the deposits ID Dec Influence, nut .ad e Will 400 be 0 food Mt. Pleasant School. I L RITCH &CO.,
Indubtue but its right to do 1 I onK again plain naturalconditions GARDEN SEED cattle and MO head of 11. clams .

Tbe. of of succfw, but against the material ,i do .el to rail early\or I yon lit e at a distance Tb. County Scat 0 Com t :e.Braunfela, o COMMISSION MERCHANTS ALL persons, T. 8lat.1t.ofbcd"having 11"
subject "appropriation of of the Indian order by sent which contain a a,3uo. The rpHE tnt of five montb will ,
pynlUI"I Intl'reI (pfvincl'; and the terrible con to yon, tel commence onL ceased,or
b
I Incidentally considered and Wl11lbey Uad cotton, ,all the and b."Ie a
corn
leading the 84 BEATER be"'ec
I famine which has carefully put up al tb .of potuge, proot .r"l. eO ST., (near Wall,) the same & wii'
referred In.Judgment. Utterly swept those conn and is well t ..
I O\'lr which amount can be enclosed In your letter or valeY fllt waer Tbe a ve from hereof. Ofpleaded i
..
affirmed. tries, In which many tflnW have order.In addition lo the price of seed: rw fremeia th. county,. I audt l'lnt M .,I. Febrssary, !..., lE' YOHK J. to of their re'e' A,'

Wowad for appellant-Papy for appellee. fruut destitution, are no dolt i great purl p'rloh"duet Package of 4 ounce or under in weight S eeDI dealrou of aIN.a food their opportunity pursuit and e pn under the management of Rev. B How .Princi -a b 1. .
the ( abandonment Package over 4 ounce and nol over 8 ounce stock ralain cIO JOHN DEXIIAM & CO. Fcb'y 11. 'O9.

If If'I. Fen. & Gs S.. nRf l product fred of the anil-rice-i o ta\or the o great this abortive natural Package Package o ot\er er 8:ounce ounce and aud not not 0"over'IS U ounce ounce I 8 ct cu.*. t.o furtoer th. FLOUDU information. T.ll apply.ba."iAug. -to. the Senior Editor p For the HATES year, will OF TUITION in U., Xonticello,, FlaMsySfl.68. Administrator's Notice.a .

f fL attempt to supplant Amerijan cotton. The maximum weight of package which nay be 64UOAKRIAGE fu11ow.:preent b 8 currency a* 43-Iy
II
}DOI Nu Seal through mail al the** limited to ,
two -.- four pound. h rte I l Cla**,(primary))embracing \IL persona bmg I :ID
juries concurred
a verdict Wher ought not hv set aside i endIng A VALUABLE; IS,*STIOS.-The Philadelphia 91. LIT'EI.T. MAKERS Reading and Writing 8i |13 0 R.B. POST. A. M. HOBBY I SaoitaeL 11.boy ..I_..

the weight of evidence; otherwise ,' ai Ledger.uiays: .Ao invention. patented fur railroad January 0 1< S3KEROSINE FIND Jm.BUD. lpke Shaft. Scat a Cl.wbn&tirammar. ,,Allb Jf c.e or. b ett Gal a.eLc. 'o1e
i I CAN
.
clearly against evidence. purpose, recently w.tested on Friday, un *. hI of .ve 3d Clas*.ewbn'1 Ancient LangnaiR, 0 POST &HOBBY, te im te o le o ,
8. Where the nWeoc b making the Thirteenth and street klak Du Lining, and Enameled 0 Physical, pleaded oltbe &TVFe"
cntitor J'iL'Ot pae-ngeC OIL Ub.Wab"PIe l-t. l
of sloe
Bolt
*. ever; ,
it the the a U. a 90 General Commission
duty Jury cre ad
I'o !
iitilumay. The inventor w bile! the aims going olee. 0 l''52.ApplicaUonfor.
c
credibility of the witnesses the court will not seaside 1l1t T can be the School Merchat
la
IS 1S6T. Bd h
the of threw co.nae' 1
at rate .petd himself before -UD- Wad I
___
a as against the weight of eVldeoce.a Us f at 1 month, NEW DisC
Wher nrd Jury on a second a vtr- it> the w heL) and lil each uiue thrown ble qlelll advance. p Nov. IT, -85. OR'L <OTICE
tlod Notice Shoe Makers
: to !
'A against the decision of the former entirely to receiving the :2L.tx0: S e JESSE WOOD RESIST GIVZ- :, t
cu o 01 ,
I motiou for anew t apoict of law, the slightest injury. The machine"Itol ho bran 0_uJ. SlIMS Upper and Sole Lle.I 15. 1' Board of 24dinTh Trusice.. Notice _I_ Ihas 1 ndcni eU -.
court wW grant up .adopt --- Il.1 F.:**.>ailS, .ao a. ae .. SIX MONTHS Bndenlgned will Will and Te taai a ot J J
by II seed JilaceU upon three bali to e will } Bul J
verdict bo found testimony .bicb & their final ,
'
account and
4 a upon will La 81 PERIOR LOT OF rtJI1 voucher* .Pp1111.o1 :
I lo that \ KERO81SK OIL AND Sale.l B
Id they st&rchtt.lS6t. t, ;
C fre po la
aatate of J. C. A
tend lo prove a material fleet ocdtoaary toentitle a ZV LAMPS the Born- btlt o >ntford. late f'

a party lo recover, OJ upon a uppl' I I Iliuo | within all tee era fur .'y wlt, .. .1.1wprQ"e bllY PDt, r. BCQGIES and CARRIAGES of every f)| WAGONS from Two lo Six Hone,f sal* sail COBBly-I and, d fads la the charge of tbe | o2ifeI& 'o* (he Urng hp mm 1 cheap, Cwn. produe .
0 .JOn ''OBI) orahl kind tliiiit at a I" o 0.y t JESSE & MuNTlORD, t... A.Rx.etturs "
Y Re Apyly to T II.
l UVL Carriage poaitorj. \payisent. iIIUTj JUuULA I .. E'
'q """ ,3 .!T 1" !OTfOJ
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t
6 I.: t ip, Mitch itt.20des
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