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Title: The Semi-weekly Floridian
Portion of title: Semi weekly Floridian
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Dyke & Sparhawk
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1866
Publication Date: -1867
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1865?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 5, 1867).
General Note: Description based on: New ser. v. 1, no. 5 (Sept. 26, 1865).
General Note: "Democratic."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; 'PROCEEDINGS amounting to $4,440.1:!!, but, whether) will bo paid in fullor ti'll.I' the entire. earning I in paving lime ncctmml.itnl" ) debt, the ( : to continuo 1 i 111'c'"I'ldi'"lf! the Road: \\\. t.
in part is i a Matter of much umertuinty. The curuiugsof would render the C11all11,11);, incap.iblo of tep-iiiin: \::1,1, 'IIIII\! ,.1 1\'IM..I, 11\1 w this view.would
OF THE the road exclusive: of co\'eminent trancjx i >rtatioii from the the wa"I'lI' the ,\ tll'I'IItl'J'1 to g<, down, tin s1igg'.t t Ililathcr it might 1ot good poliov on our part to
let of June to the toth l July, the period it wn* conducted, 1'1.1.' mii-t inevitablv' go I,1"11,1 t i i" ntciti.iiied,, ili-poM- ''I', lime iiiain line from Live Oak to Lake City, and 1 r
Hefting of Stockholders of the Fen, & Geo. R. R. Company under Jon. Vogdc*' Quaitcrm.istcr\ : weio,. $t.jj:! 10 theut'oro'. thaI all the I bondholders, will view the -uht iii the Live (Oak IVancli: it 1 f\'I'nhtl', opportunity} hout offer
and the expcno for same period paid I and a- its true liijlit, and will ucccdo to the h'nl. agn-ed oil with and apply the proceed.in extending the cst"
""\ _On n __ I'ollllll'lIl'J tT. S. Qimrtermntor: : 7N;>0 44 tho-o "residing at the NomlIN Illh'l'lla largo number have wal'11:1: accepted l tho benefit lit the Internal Im-
-- alreailv 111'1'llll'I'l'lt their coupon* and, bciii paid in 7 per l'II'HI 1g\, :iv* well.* the terms of Ilr original Charter,
**** TALLAIIASSEK: ( 14t16. Exec' : of expenses jt3:?,"7N 31All l'Clt.I'ldl'I'I'.IIlIal'llh'l..1.I ,, and olheis" 11'1 writing and help. of which ooiiteiuphite the Uoail to be, built to Penacola -
I\j".t-l these receipt* went into the hand of time Ijunrtermaster. I intimating! their illh'lItil'l to accept thi other. are wo not under' obligation to exert all our efforts to
lli.w,' ? The Stockholders of the Pensacola lk <<1eorgllHlulroad The arrangement: having: been elicited. tiegotijitioii* were this 1,11 t The only legitimate reason we can give for, not
I Company convened tike day at the Hall of the Company, it From time 10th of July to the :3Ut of March( the close of entered, into, which were afterward, I peilectcd, t for; the purohno hen: ing i progre.' *.od in the work, U. our want of ability. It i is
being'the annual'meeting of the hoard.l the ti"11'CRr, embracing n period uf eight months'" andtweiitvono of ii seIim.t elms engines, \\ 1.(11.. siiflicinit to buildtvveiifvlivo u-rims li,1 u* to t attempt e\1 to digni-c? the fact that wo
) .The meeting was called to order and the Hon. J. J. WH.'Ltlitt .- days: the receipt have: been' exhibited in the car nml.them', I Uailroad Ilul'I'ial. costing 1 1, 'I I't:\ Inl11,1 now the moan: to continue the construction on
l! Superintendent's report *:!!2l ,\Wt\ I I 17 >"I'I.( '' .'1 an average ut't.six month* time 111 the net lo- \II\ Capital abroad mii-t t II enlisted in the enterprise,
t was called to the Chair and F. H. FI.AOO appointed and, the disbursement\ ,. 144in:{ ? (In of the road, pledged in pavtnent.. The receipt. have III.t "" '", will ho J.'Irl: t long, invitoil R it is by tho advantage .
Secretary.The -- II'l'l in good' faith thu* approprfated( (: anil time !-111 of --ixtvfive It 'I'f'.II\,.' 111' port of Penacola, and time vast virgin .
Secretary having ascertained that stock to the amount Exec' of receipt over .ti"t.III'-l'IIH'III", N",0"l; I I 17 thou-iand. se\on hundred and, thirtv'.nine and) ;,111<' '((.I,.I. forest; pine along thoKoad' to brought into market,
of 9,908 shares was represented, citherin i person or by proxy,, The Ueport: of t tlie Superintendent' "l'l" I forth. the t condition\ t lays: bore been time and the pavmeiit; 11111 ip.itod\, I intcicstbiing 1 and to contriiuito' their resource! to the I'll'ceSr of the Koad,
business. of the road and t the detail connectedvitli I t that departmentarc allowed ( \'. w 111'1 it i, l.,..i.'I'I.I. mike. that: ot the Koad'
the to tl l'uIllcill
proceeded IIlllallSII
convention of much interest. to which vonr attention\ i* h ill\i ill't., \\iit the ) I .i. iron tail* that it was inmp"siilr| to IVtiMCola bring, ti* into .' Montgomery
President Honstbtm read the report of the President and The Trensnrer's repot' exhibit thc financial: condition of to 1"II'h"I' for 111 timing but' cn h, and all tian-actioii at and I I the coal: field I:, marble quarrit"*, and 'iron beds of Ala- I
Directors, and of the Superintendent. The Secretary read the C'ompanv" the i receipt) from all !source\ and how they ba-isl' on l'h.\: Atlcr "llldilg: the arraiigctueiit hauls': (''llal. if met t superior, to any in the olltllrl States',
the report of the Treasurer and of the 1.andgcnt, all of f have !been ,1L b11r\ -e.f. I'y: referring' to I time iIhhe'f; asset. and; : ypoken of: and I \ ,ll\.f.,1 l '(' tulle It t' -hall till'tu li'll some adequate idea: of the importaiiieto -
. which were on motion referred to a committee of seven. liabilities. will appear\, that there i i" mile mite. mm"sets and energies to time interest 11111' ColupailV; while 11"lt. the, con itrv of the final uocomplMmiciit of the I
, The Chair appointed; the following gentlemen said committee amounting to $1,011,421.11 after t barging up' the entire the I'lesidciit ictuined ''" middlenl', "\'llhpl'. 01 work. I luring the I t 1.i,1. of the Legislature i bill ueu f
!stock debt. The valuation of the road: 1I11.II"'I.\I i I of I ho reaching homo' he 1110; the 1 uinc4> t't' the "I'o.id retarded, tial! liti/iii" "I \\',' ( F.riJ cominiinicatcd through the "'
vis : Wm. Denham, S. B. Love, B.1.itllcr. G. Company: i i" at l'l.llll'eII'uIl', ''. for I the w alI of oars 11.ll"I"ip"ll'lIt.'II.1, 11'al.I"'ali, -lil'li"l I'n'si.Irnl \ the ( desiring to bo' informed' if the
I II. Meginnisd, M. D. Pay, Dan'l Lath and I). (G. Livingston I 1). (G.:Livingston's Land Agent report t exhibit Lll't condition in the commimitv on account .,t.Idll iu 1'I'\lnlill: ,."I"II." I Compauv, \would a*"i;'llIlall\j portion of tlc line West of Ap-
who retired with the reports and documents. lIt' that agency.All ; gi I.'o.I all.lllt'I'I.IIII.lill''r !-\\\\II" immeiliatelv, t"k"1 111'.ld.f' Uiver to another Company' 1 authori/od by t the
Tho convention then adjourned until :3 J o'clock. of these: report are hl'I'ewitll1t.III lleol.t ( '1'1 c\i->tiug l'\ ifs, 111.1111 :\' mid ,.Iil,at thedi.iiosil tl'rlll"t "' amendment to our Charter. .\ rospon-owas'
.\ a meeting/ the Hoard Ill'l.lllll the I 17th of. August/ \ of III' (:umlmiullly\, \\'I'l' ', j to; 1't'llU II til' 1111\' h i\1 'rri tig to your action on this subject!' and, expressing
last it was liwlei, That E. Iloii-toiin, President, be authorized e\'i. comphiined. of, mind; in many' iit tuniT* jli-I"'. ThoI'oard your \villiiigno'* to make such an assignment whenever
to proceed to New York for the purpose'of, procuring : fldl'I'llilll..III',1 time rcorgani/atioii, f'I I the Superintendent's the j'"I"it'llllllI ..t'tll' law \r fllliccl I may' not I bo.
, material necessary for the repairs of t the Engines' .department\, mid l invited Major \"II'I.t .Walker, out of pi ia'1': to say that s 1' would. any arrangement !
At 3 o'clock the convention reassembled and on being Cars, and fur keeping/ the road in running order\ also. to procure who was recommended, for; his experience! : un.l to lake \[ for'" its object I tho t 1 completion t t. of the I Hoad I tua
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iron for the Georgia connection," the In compliance cimmrgeot'thmitdv'aitoletmI, Thigoiitleineii. nstimedresi.Iiul juin 1111g the Pcnsacola % ontgomcrv) Road, or to
called to order, Mr. Denhatn, Chairman of the committee, with these instruction, the President proceeded to New in tilt Cif' of :t Loui*. ti"IOIII'i ( hilugt' tho irregularity the; \11"1'-4 .' l'eii>III..II May', either by nu entire transfer .I
t presented the following report : York I ly way of. Columbia, S. (X, (where securities of. the of 111' mil dls, although WI'itl'l to illll..oial.l\ min the the line West I of tho ; Hivcr, or 1. the use our
The Committee to whom was referred the reports of the Company were deposited\, and! hicli it vv 'a* t thought would 1 be, I Ml i .Novcmhi' ho did not 1'111 11'1'1' Illil III : .lo ,icy ofJanuary. sell es "Null mean: IlItlllliIIU'1\lall.Jh..11 which \\0111\1111110)
President and Directors, and of the Superintendent and the needed in currying out tho instruction\ i* ot the Hoard ill thenlrchaso or have, pi:iced at "
Treasurer and Land Agent, have examined them as careful of iron.: )and Washington/ ('ih'. (On arriving at the In time 111':1: I time, the President, coinhuted time SuIemitlll'lldrllt'N .1"\I\
ly as the limited time at command would allow. latter place, his. attention vv a* called I to an order issued I l by dcpaitntcnt. ulIll'\'c.r.\ II'I'I; v\u put fmlli: itKiKoi-M-r uF' 111: i-vr.
I So far as the detail exhibited by the various reports are the President of tho United lnh'I'I"1'II Il..t. rill\ directing to remedy, the e\i-tingm'siii. Much of 111' di-sa11-1'trli.'n:: Now that the of' war are over, and wo have taken
concerned, they find them to be accordant and believe them Major General Thomas. conimandiug l District of Tenn.' to anil complaint; wa* caused. by' the l'IIlIoili"l 11.llll'II"I'llill, ncu departure,rivagcs it may not IK without its. no. in affording
. to be correctly stated. The condition of the mad il'l'en' lII"l'U.t of ell the lisilr,r1.I equipment! and material which I tiou of tho country, gruwillg out ,' war. Theft).of I Its inctcasjng. ; ground I to; bo' hopeful for future, for us to
.. satisfactory, and we have reason to ratulate ourselves* the U. S. Government had accumulated at Xii-livillc mid in II C."I"1 s t and I other I )produce, vvero common, and I.it vva* imp"* take a of the+ ''mist t, and b tie, see what hart been'
that the Company has been able to supply itself with what his department to the road. ...t' Tennessee nml their iminedi I .. ., to prevent it. The Company\, iu mil'dl1' to piotcit il ..... 1,1I'I'II'u"\f'f limited\ at our command. Iu
was so very necessary to its operations. When we I'lInsider ate Cf'IIICl.tiulll.ltllOll! 11 this. road wan. not embraced, in I si I'agan-t( the l'xtl'Imil'tlilltrtote: "t things, Mi unusual anduiiirccedclitcd I ,:'IN, when tho present IIll'U11 Hoard, including Presi
the condition of affairs and the circumstances attending the term of the order, application was made' on tint I llth of. I | I'ufmi-t'.l (tll leceipt colloii .' m<'huinli/o' ,1'li I..11', .'1'.. lilt phicud mil) ethic, tile i immediate availableteourees
the operations: of the road for the last twelvemonths September Sa.i rtotheSecretary'it'1Varthatthis'olupany t I that could not be put !under lank and I"J iu their ,1"11', tho (I..i"tl'll mil $:-'O'(t ill euxli und
we think many allowances should be made for the should ho allowed to participate in its benefits' and that sib until til'Wl'I'l' ptcp.uvd: : with car to 111,1 it illlldinl..I."I .\ :*;.-'.ill' m> ill .t "CIIIII\, .. county bonds, then ut adiscount
causes which created public dissatisfaction. The committee, locomotives of :5; feet gunge, and from 4lonu to ;';',0011> I : Tin. wa I soiirto uumeh'Il-"Ii, lion and complaint of.1.li'I''' |;i tu tilt: percent., and tho pressingliuhili' .
without undertaking to say anything with respect} to the pound weight, twenty-five. box carsuuu, guagc; and. I twen i I, im all"Uaiiec I Icing made I for I thoanomaluu 1 loiiditioiiof i I ties. of the ( '' in bill pnyuhlo and amount duocontnu
amount of freight and transportation now charged t for, they ty-five hundred: tons (If rails, should In set ml tlu'\ to llu* the (''1111'111/ parties seeking to cover all their'I'j"l" ii'l : tor*, 'IIUIIl'I'l'*:I'IHIII',|I.'I.| Tho efforts which Ilu.llc'l'IIIIII.!
having meant of instituting such a general comparison as COlli pl\lI\'. This application' wa referred t to, (Juartcrinatcr imposing them! I upon the ( '. While, u* I g"pl'lt to obtain! !i'1 in Europe and at flits North had i
they could desire, beg leave to suggest that the Directorsshould General who reported itdversely, but the application' 1111',111 law is f""I,1 that common carriers aio compelled, tailed. track wad laid only an far us old completely, ,
on this subject pursue such a policy[ lIwill draw being 'fortified by letters written by influential parties in l'pI'li\ and, elrr)' till ..llilll'lt" offering thi* lute ins distance of tin! mill'l, and of tho (tatj I
business to the road, and afford facilities to all who may engage New York requesting','' the Secretary 1'1'! War to grant it, on some limit* ill its operation; III\i i-41111 to lie the per had ..1\11)I II woik of graduation 1..11, hcouiiso, of'lntrldurl the
in"employments contributing to future resources, whilstat the iiOth of September' after\ several interviews with Mr. lection of reason, it would seem that when, 114 lit the. unusual 1 inability. of, I tho Company fu its etmgaemleiltsiylth ul''II1'111 ,
the ,aWe time a heavier tax should not be imposed} on the Stanton, the Company Miceccdcd in obtaining the t following stale of thing existing laM: t \und winter, a larger' umniintof 1111, and .,ill'I'1 had I IlI'e course. Efforts! were
publiethan will, under a liberal policy, secure the income endorsement upon the report of the ( General : freight is thrust upon (the ( '1111)than !it I ha, the cupa\, at once made: tu thl'l'lh'lIl.tllllo, nlli pledges; were given
necessary for our wants. "The President directs that the 1'lhllll'ullGuol' il' Hail. city to tl'll1"\"I.t, it cannot bo to remise it and min r whiih I tho ill-Iim wan resumed. Tho financial)
The committee agree that the of the Georgia %.aybe permitted, to enjoy) the benefits of tho order of August take protecting it 11'111'IIl.llli"l, mid commoncarrier I time lato Jamn'F' Archer Esq.agent, ,
connection at an early a day as practicable Is much to be de 8th, 18W; in relation to Kailroud, Ort'nt etl'orts were *. I'lIl'ti/ desiring to 111.lmllli.1.11.1 /" ..1:1.,11111'11(t. ; II negotiate for time luirohuso of iron \11 but
sired. They concur with the report of the President in the m multi to obtain this order a,* twelve months time wa givenin .. ('IlllIllIi"lln with tin .Agintuud; Usccituin, when his .wa.lt dial.led, \ \1 II only rail sulh'eient to ('xtl'lli
suggestion,' that the whole burden should not, however, be which to make time pa) ulcuts. The Company wits owingover ; ,.,I* can ho! forwarded: and make f'OII"III'I", a<' ,,,nlingly.Itut '. tnu.k from tie nld piociiru) tu tho new {Station :JJ, und t tu tIt:
borne by .... The advantages to result to others in supplying s2SO,0"0 in New York and I'hilnfll'lphill.III'OIl which : that, at any time and under any state uf ciiciim-taiices., Monttocllu I brunch. His untimely death, beforu Im haul an
a Gulf port, bringing Savannah into early connectionwith had accumulated inure than four Jl'ar" interest, and it was produce or nicrehand7ccan! : II! t 1111.1\ I theplattoim of I the opportunity' I "' ) ing out all his!. and progressingvery .
New Orleans and other] Gulf ports is: important enoughto (:olll'litlcrt.tlnext to impohpilile}, to obtain credit eutlicient othwise Dtpnt) or put oil!* near it, and i is t then (to ho at I the rick of far !in .t negotiations 11' mudu, it necessary plans' (hut the '
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induce material aid in the construction of Live Oak to purchase' the engines, car wheels and matcrialiabsolutely : the ('II'IIIII.itl..IIjl/ -I .. nor" l'a"1: will conclude.Although lent I himself the rtyponsihlu and delicate "
branch. indispensable' to keep up and operate the 1'01l1TIIC\ I, no doubt, there wa ncgloi on tits part t of some dut I II )..1."ulollol'l'luJu I:% iipplieatioiistoiiidividiials, which weru }
Time committee submit the reports to the meeting with u !success ut' this application, after the innumerable difficulties! of the otlicers" in chargo of time trlll"'llIli"l| ilepaitmeut\, ,". ,) to, by |>crsuiiul pledges of the President generouslyespniided and I }Dicolon. ) ,
recommendation that they be '''pl'ro.ttJth the exceptionof surrounding\ it, was. very encouraging' and on tile 7th uf still there were many allowance: \1 hIll -limiM have 1"1'1 ., !iu slue vyori involved their private fortunes, und. .
such modifications of policy as are herein ju gcl te.l. October, time President proceeded l Nashville to have tilt made, a* 1111 Wt'I'l great und almost il IIIJl'llllf dillieultiesiu ly creating a credit whcro nono beforo existed, ho succeededn '
Respectfully submitted property' set time to the Com lpauy in accordance with thedirection the way' ..I the prompt and) siifi) di-piitch and( ..di'I'"t" raising tho cash to for tho rail purchasediv
W. PENHAM, Chm'n.The !*' of I'l'c-ill'nt, of the Vnited States, but ou arriving froiglits. ul..ill 1'11 tho r'Illilill..)thocoiiutiy, .. ..If.Iallil.t..lllt.t ,I hr. An her, (fus iiociwary vva. required pay time term of his .
there the loth of that month and his labor mho which. by purluiso
on preventing )
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military
11.11I.11111 tie in thu
of the committee concurred in and 1110 .IIII.I) obtaining iron to complete tie
report adopted.The )
to the otlicxT in charge ot t the property t at General tl. ( ", facilities of tile (% ncccsHury
papers ) iad" Imluul| tlll | l eastward to
1 CIIIIIIill : City to Quiuey, Tlio
convention then proceeded to elect nine Directors forthe cars 1',0 lulu nlt well1'111
Thomas' headpiaitere' hu wan handed a telegram from -.Il. instiincr retaining iu their serviio : with tin ( ll ;
Ili," City was not
ensuing year. Messrs. McLcod and Marvin were appointed Washington; dated on tho day iif his leaving that City in week" together.; Ill order to accommodate 11.il'"U. fara.vva ; 1'lt.llllil! the of December,Ik"1tiu(! A few months com
tellers, and upon a ballot the following\ gentlemenwere which it was ordered, that the 2,500 tons of rail should not I in our power wu permitted the .\ .\( i ll attar, this the 11..lItl war, through which wu hitvu
found to be elected, viz : E. Houstoun Wm. Bailey, G.A. be delivered! unless' payment therefor wo* mad inca-.li thus Ru1: : with which wu ('IIIIC.t.111 vvh'nh hud' but u veiyimall 1''III''IH'1IIJrcJ1; commerce was passed time
mmdiilg much ,t' tho order t.tincd l on the :I'l'tli: I tu use t.ur their lice 11"IClllc,1111
retie no Sept ,
Chaires, D. W. Gwynn, I. R. Harris, It. II. Gamble S. I IIIII\nt..t c"Jlil'I'II. f'ar. f.1 l'I..lwh I II.! 1''llItr ( ur were
relateil totliciroiithi-iwa-iafaddi-ippf.iiicmciita t i t !i } I rails and! ill : what they lacked, forpublic I
Siinkins G. W, and Wm. P. and 1IlIh t r II. II.t except Ilcl a were required by the lulu
Taylor Mo-eley, they were were greatly JlI'e.lctl. and arr.ingenu-nts; could havo been I convenience and f'lIdi \l'I' eiulmira-wing ourrclvcs Confederate announced by the Chair as Directors 'for the ensuing year.It made with the President of the Central 1 Kailroud: Companyof /and subjecting to tint complaints of vice! other I'r.lir
or Although throe
was resolved that 200 copies of the report and proceed- Georgia to take them, (they icing at Chattanooga arid I tho-o will.1.II..t Illl'r.lllul or )lln" the ...i..IIIlull.I.1Iil crisi i* of tlni war military UHHI 1111..cl.the Directors .tr.'lIt
idgs be printed, when the convention adjourned. convenient to that road}, tuthey could I ho brought to Macon m whith, %% Wle l.tte'l"1 If tu t thi lie uddci) (fhll fact: that but pushed\111 time extension of road 1
l westward
and thiia that Company: could\ relay iu destroyed I track from : the jiist tu renew their! Ialh.r. "I till
11'1.111t11 lll tollllll'lllla.1 tho month .
11'j11 tho
J. J. WILLIAMS Chm'n.F. 11,1 il sideling, und
'. that point as well a, from time Savannah end,) und furnish hii.iiicss.., 1111 11111I that they vvero wanting 111. 'hll\li'IW'11 turn tal.lo .I Fc.lrllfr. lf: station dej-ot
II. Fovea, Scc'y.PRESIDENT'S. this Coinpanp with the same amount at Fernandina or any enalile tlll'll togivo prompt ili-putcli tu giMxl .t II il't..ri.r : I.ill'II.illl""I\lcc.I UM Quincy> in was openedfor Ullt
other port selected) for such delivery What induced the |M.ints, it will .e!'C'1 that it was to.'lrc..1' |IN-'rihlr| l.yany contrai t for; I iho the Georgia rU'C.lc.1 letting ,1 in
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, in the Presidcnt'n order is not known but that could havu ; ly tu gruding of li
change c-rtiiinly energy : lioeiiupplioil! l "ltir.I remove lathis: hrumli "ull graded, the
.. there was great pressure on the (Government to purehiisn the can-os,of complaint, und I the trotting built. crUtiC flrni.hl.J.
these rails for c'a..h.11I,1 they were sold on thcso terms.
r; Having [been thwarted in obtaining, the rails, and time roadsin I.KOKOIA. roNNKCiiov. Thu trallii of limo Itoud,. was confined to the transportation
REPORT. Tennessee and their iummnl-.liute\ connection* having selected ] The Directors (IH'1 disappointed in obtaining the "I tn''ps II.II u small !internal trude. Our ill'OI( \ -
and culled out all the. Ix-st engines; it sad thought midi i i. railtu rcplaio 11\'illg"rids Itaihoid: ( ''''ll'aIV that: |I"r.t ( 1, was satisfactory: "1.lh".1 we received tho earaingsof'flit'rmimt'l
sable not to take the engines and cars from the Government ill of their il'ul removed from t their bank and laid on the. U4 ,they Is'ialmeIIIe" from the lato Cunfederatu States,
but to return to New \ ork and trv tll obtain there what was I,i'aLukDraanibyth'late( I : Confederate: Illhllit i tie-, yielded vv i* cuii Id havo \.ir.t. u dividend or have invested I the

EUvtnth Annual Jlywrt of the l''t.Utmt< anIt .Va-hville for New i iVork ,I t? the reqiioet of that Company: f:,r il- n'JI\'al.lul tendeicd amount iu of I the way road! time it avuilublo for thc repair all re,
tAe PeMacclu Georgia RaUrnotl Ctmtpmty to tie Sttick'holdtrt. held interviews with the creditora of tin-. Company in j I t'\'ry facility/ tu enable Illl'll tu du i-o. 11'u are still .son.idle t"ruli"l ?on return vI l''a"l'o it wa,
that City alllll"hilaJell.hia.lm apjtturtd} to U- adllutl..ll l by i.fllic. iuijioitancc:: ., of pnx-uririg the. rail und icstoring thisIraik II.wf'\'r. (worool.lge.d to apply[ receipt) from )ptivuteN..Ilree.titti'r
I tie
a liU'raf t-pirit and I u desire t'J assist the Company und relieve I, tl.u.completing) ;: the link count' i.ting this paying Trustees of time luternul Impiuvu
TALLAHASSEE, May: Utli, 1S6C. it of the cmharruseiiicnta under which it lab .red l by rea- .
The period: fur the annual meeting was I poetponed from thefirst of the large uiiadjuste l debt. On estimating the condition <: our i iti/.i' ,another tll.\thllli. in aiti"l tu the! \.Iillg. (the road und. 111'lyi/ oUrcIII.luJcL", and "JI'/
to tho second Monday in :May, on account of the indi- of the Company and iu wanU in e und material t.. two in thi State Ni-gotiutions have 1"1 |is" >ling f;>rsomu \ I large [' amount due by the late
position of :Major Walker, Engineer and Superintendent, a* renew the waste and deterioration doting thu fourcurs; .,1'i time tu pun:ha-o tho iieccs-ary quantity of rills, hut ( 'ommti'dermte, ( i'rllltlt., via : in April, I IKiS.I: it Wli.bs.latetLr
: it tu l useful I tl, the (
it WM desirable to present to you information' which could the war, and how the meun were to l Is ohtuincd to secure the MI eontru't has ''yet licon made Company ur tl til ..tJ.lh"hkr.h
not have been as well set forth without such delay, and which necessary material an arrangement; made by which the U'hilrt wi fait 1"1 aid lire min\ions. tu complete thi!. ( \ ill tu tli0. and tIlt refusal ot tIlt 1"wllu.Ill'r. !lr.n'wllr
is contained in hu report herewith submitted. parties holding;: the l unds sa ",'urity fur the notct* the .' in tuft i interest I, master gentially', u, will "a* tl.ir 'UIII"'I-4 und reecho payment in tie currency
Shortly after your annual meeting iu May last, and on or about the tenth of that month, this section of the State was and dratte, and a time road wou\ require its let earning-, in entering: ill engagements; wlii, 'h arc to udd! largily tu Louvy v ears, and I ut and the with end ..t the war, wo 110,1 start with a
the Gen. McCook martial fur timu tV the und nmteriul ut the ( has usi-umed iu time .h.It. UI l track all'ril'I.lt'.1 rolling
occupied by U. S. forces, under some to pay >r [>ment .i> obligation lie Oimpany restoring 111airl.'l
k. Tli In ,
fctm tu
law and the under the orders} ot tn its existence creditors main line of and) in riti ti -<> hat for and f'llwl..I. und the
proclaimed, road operated lutely necessary tilt .I.I agncd our I'uad placing: u. u |M> i.1 > ups'} President his ,
that officer until the 1st of June, at which time lie was succeeded that they would: surrender all till coupon. or litl'for: interest rate it (think, in .I justice, tl"'ltin'I'lIr.I'l start on .li..iul North with nu certain menusof"attaining
by Gen Vogdes! who turned the road and equipment then due \Hllh: thu-e which would fall due nptound I Iin'luJiug 81'.1'11)! ... l.y u*. 'J time ('1,1 which was su neiess.iry tu lie uccomiilishid. -

over to hit-'lllartertnuter, and the road' wa operated] alulr)' let, 1"11. and tae tcn.t.r; Colluding all the" udvunti''o w hid I mayj U-. raid tu n'eul little .,\ this'hu-ul4tbrliwtw'ltlihasalreadvIN'ea due creilit"which etatl"1 Nu
under the orders of this latter officer until the 1'tli' of July preferre. guaranteed 7 }I.ex- cent .tok ut par, w l.i'l "t..1 tu Ira from a t'IIIl..till I them Atlantic .\ (iiill! JIII.: eiu.-oom Wli. tu thu \\t a" -
It then Marahal l bear interest the ; amid it with Savunnuh think tln..c U deriveijby I l UI.II'It'r triven tu iiiaintain, and I tu thu coiiti-.
following. was seized by the United States ), would coiiiuieil't1 to on Ut of I.j through wu tu jlin,1 ,
being libelled under an act of Congress tor ('Qnnfi<'O.tioll, and A condition wiu iuipiip il, however, that all the 1.wfh'JI'relIUIJ that Company und the il\.r..t. entering; in Savannah, < continue tho snub IMJ|I"Jlil'yhih fiat! 1',' I\l..1 l our cuiirso
controlled and operated by him until the latter part of August mae the aamu ettt lllIt. arc equal, if not ;greater, and tl.u.! thus. tu U, |is-u..titte.l! w"1lo tu pursiie l.eeing \
when, on' the* recommendation of Gov. ,)Marvin the It i H ,11'-I Ied that other I.arti. who hold our U>nd-} el.ul.)11) willing, in I spirit ot' liU-rality, tu contribute or : tu returl', what hiu 1"1' accoinpliahed in the 1.a.tIwlf.r
then Provisional Governor, and Nathaniel Lher, United on which the iutcrcrt ho" not and which tiluri-t luwi-t mati-rially in l'Vllllitll wlrl( tat it Uroool)- the 1..t tlt'lrrl..i. circumstances, have we nut 1.
State Attorney) (who united in. a letter to !Attorney pay wa owing iu (heir not surrendering tit c'uUI"JI", and lot.ti-il that tho entire line hian IH'II : t, IJri.lged, tre-tle General recommending the dumiesal! of the suit ou paymentof their refusal t wiept the currency constituting our old) and the cross tie l"illu.1, "(,I.I..I. and i i" now re- increa-iiig <.'llll'r'l'wll'r a ii.unagoiuent which shall continue I
costs,) it was restored to the Company, and the suit has means of wi cotne into this arrangement, and' '1''lirt1 1 tu give i to Savannah and I .< .\t i(, .\<;iulf Itailruad:: by utloidiiig; projr} l'f.iti.. tu the further develoi-,
been dismissed. thus cnaL l"\'uu.nt. : tu relieve itself of .rlti are of ('umlm oumy a ti-riiiinur ou the Gulf; at 1 very early i i. tu n.intof the rcM.une of thl country, and rhal resist inop
the time it in lo! tedm-s whiob if continual. will und ) iron rail diotanco, of .14) mid ,'ning' iqi .' m>urnof eiiiployment and we shall
The earning* of the road during was operated i large an < > only re- !prouro ate a t vtnty u I \ I'rvtt,
under Gen McCook, it will be difficult to estimate. The I sult in embarrassn! ? tt. ojx-ratiun without advantage to 4 half miles. 'li. done, and they Lave a.T e-I .tl itdnlf( U-1 al.l. tu meet all lilt obligation we have l.uIIIl..l. and utnu
currency being valueless, the plan was adopted fur a short I them. It inuit I lie manif tat if the umng; 'iiieiit lie! fully port equal tu any except Pen-ucula, from which .uital. time of receiving paymentor/ the traruportattou of tilings! consummated, the b .nd.i tL.cw''IH'mu> in value, : steamers ('al reach New Orleans> !in 11'1 t"'a'ul\.ur; to ital! they have. :geiit-rou.ly oontributed to build up su important
in kind, and thus the Company wa enabled to supply' the for the !t-IUi which we will be able to apply} to the repairs f! thirty hours, und} the Island} (,I Cnt.a il nearly the 'ante afl k of puLliu improvement i
operatives with pro'iDiona which, with the amount secured \ and refitting of the road l will (wtIIt u. IUHTVrtauily, by ttwc 'llr tii-iderations., we tilll. should 1,141 great }During the )ear, there have I.'l numerous
at the surrender, enabled the road to be kept in operation.Ou increasing our curry inr I ability' to pay tie iutirc-et hi-rutftt-r :t il .' ;a vtry liljtrul a.i (- tu be"extended l from refuge tbr free transportation to enable alli..lttiou.
the departure of Gen. :McCook the Company received a j to accrue .1 will on tLe Loud ao on the i.referred tu k. ; to Us. tu tluir I.r., which wa granted, and it U hop>ed I will meet
;.certificate that the road had beau operated by that officer for i Au ophite piJicy. it i J. usually obviuiu, must result iu reducing -I"S. your approval.IJepectfully. L
the U. S. Government for the period he-was in possession of } the vI the -uriUt aa vela iu injury to time \ wt"ru JITES : tUl'Oitte
it. The Company has accounts rendered for this service i Company, for one i.dependent oa the The aboorjt- The liuardhave not lo,1 unmindful) t the obligation ) ( '( ': President.

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The rrrrrimrn- Itnrenii.- -- Amrrlrnn and Krltloli. Tmdr. t7..p.d ....r.....". The l.4leiM*.t .C 1x.Pre'.ldeat Repent .R eke Mat. .f .. /...

jt.i.. \i..tthty\ Floridian' The report of Gens. STKAMM.*" and. Frt.t kR- I The New York Cammerfinl, rf- ",,/. Chronrlr ;. I The .lllalon of the Commissioner of the titernal I/avl.- Tber has been a tribe of traveling correspondent -

ToN of the operations| of the Freeilmon's nral of (the 5th inst. contains the London. ofMrtat te. Revenue on the subject of instruments WIFRI ASD WHKN IS HE TO 11 TRIED-TIORASD sent t the South a spies among the poo-

I -- in North Carolina is terribly damaging to (that turns of the trade. ,! of Great Britain and the Unite 1&.uC'' without stamps, or insufficiently "Imled. jrnv. pie, whose business was t manufacture rpr

, TA1.1.AtlAaaEE; : 5rittiitv. institution, as administered in that State. Thofflrlnli Stales for the Viral two months of 1800. One i of are matter of general intcrept In < .. for a Radical market, and faithfully did (

-.... connected with it, nearly all of IIIm, our exchange", the Nashville t'nian,makes an nl,- 43, dated March 10, 1SOO, the following Instnu' The Washington correspondent of Die Bali their dirty work. This has been so well under

.tiv 113. IliI4tfl. from the Assistant Comniisslnner to his lo"w t strict of thesn returns which we subjoin. 1"1 are given : more Sun, writing last Friday, says: stood that we rarely notice their falsehoods; but

all..lh'Ie. chaplains with the rl'l arc show I The v111'of ct|".rli-f British and Irish |l'r. The; first lulcrnal |H{ v('nuc Act look effect so Grand"The Jury Indictment at Norfolk of, Jcflcrcon and & 1,1, case by the for It Is 8 refreshing to find I truthful statement

to have prostituted the powers means! at their! duce to Anlri"l..I\ln.the! two months! ending far, as related to stamp Ilutl October 1, 180! trial at Richmond In June, is in strict accordant from a Northern man that we copy with satisfaction

disposal to the most ,'ll-h purposes.. They have February ain. Phil I l.n., ,nod. 1 JW( ( are respii Instruments I executed prior to that with the programme agreed upon hero Judge the following substance of a report made

generally rntjtBed,) either II cotton or rice plant lively "in fi.HurtsHOI. ire date not, though they may with b recorded duties.If afterwards, is expected the. city with Mr. to the President by Mr. B. C. TRIM; as given
chargeable The of
stamp the of trial
and lime 'Ixrli $. HOTi.' IKIO. copy by the New York Mr.[ T.
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ing fur their onn benefit, applying any instrument subject to stamp duly was Davis will now undoubtedly take place at as early '1U Isit Foria
the the government to the nminte- l'70.,073( CJOl.Tnt 1,169,403:! I Issued after October 1, 1802, and "prior to August a day in the June tension as possible, and will last winter and is now in the part the r

1111..f al" | of the 1:ttiorcr* on their furins That i is, in 1801 five limes as much aa In 1'6i, I, 1804, unstamped or Insufficiently stamped, the of course be conducted with all due rorlalte State Investigating the validity of the Tax sale

nule are Mllp"rl. of outrageous extortion and during the 11'lllilBII period of the rebcllion.- appropriate stamp may be affixed in Iheprcscncof but as all arrangement nreenMry t l"r (, made at St, Augustine and FernandJna 1804 :
They the Register, or Recorder, M provide rittion/ have been made the result i
terrible. cruelly practiced. upon| the per negro.- Nearly every} nrticlu shows '.in increase In 1 1S I by Cour:)ol the act of June 30, 1804. predicted. It Is the settled{ purpose may b eMI) The statement 1s common that the South, immediately

It (is not strange that the. report| xhouKl rccom. but many Articles! tin! exp rts to this country Any instrument loaned. since August t, 180', men In high position here to have Mr. Davis excuted upon the close of the war, would havetuleCln

mend the discharge of these officials And the ,'er much greater in 1S04 than in 1805. Manifactures unstamped, or insufficiently stamped, may h If it Is within the range of poliblty. and terms which it now reject The

of their functions to the Military author of linen and cotton were double in vain stamped by the Collector upon payment for they are not slow In asserting i of forer abject feeling Mr. Truman tr not to
r.r SuliinrilieMwlllplcwcobsenctlic; : from (X ) transfer In 1800 over our consumption In 1864 and lour proper] stamp, and of a penalty of fifty dollars ; the North will never allow the IntellltOn :Mirk and govern themselveanceurdingly.( PUhecrip ities. and where tlic amount\ of the stamp duty exceed clemency." submission." The feeling was that they were at

lion 15'; per year II for'lt moiulio-In ..1""' '''' I is not probable (that the Investigations of tin times as much as In IWk. larberJlher and fly dollars, on payment also of interest! on said But the Washington of Saturday evening the mercy of conquering armies-a sickly and
will any such operation! millinery did 1 not show largo Incra" in 1'8111 / duly at the rate of six per cent. from the day on Sta demoralizing despair. The spirit now witnessed
(omli.ljont' develop which the should have been thinks the trial will be in Norfolk. It.sys: I is the result of a reaction, and Is In
oil-send silk and woolen stamp amlell wholCome no
KiMiimierllti.. Flu !h. our In Florida. We doubt' much whether the dutiesof 1'luthlmlare, men'
p"TaoaAst4.xnv. | If the Instrument Is presented to (tor It is now understood that Jefferson Davis will degree Inconsistent with nulne loyalty. "It Is
General Agent farueeI Ingnh'nription'antiemtraetingfor ( I thu Bureau could have been administered, bj uluctures, showed a Iled.le Increase In 1800.- within twelve calendar months rrOI Its Issue,the he tried in the United States Circuit Court,Judge my belief," writes Mr. Truman, "that the South

ad'r.t.lnJ any one more acceptably, alike to the blacks ali The value of metals, wrought! nnd unwroughl exPorted : Collector I is! authorized to remit penalty, provided l'nderwOI, in the city of Norfolk Va Chief -the great substantial and prevailing element-

the than have been by Col. OsnonxHe | by Great Britain in the frt it shall appear to his satisfaction that the Justice Chase will preside. Attorney-Oenen is mor than it "8 at the end of the war

New ,tdvcrli.emc.lu.Rend ,'hites they think Interfered little ol HOD, was considerably ear than In the corrcponding omission to stamp it was by reason of accident, Speed' will prosecute, assisted by Judge Clior mor loyal today than yesterday, and that It will
heads) has wisely, (we ) very mistake, inadvertence, or urgent necessity, am of Massachusetts, and William R b more loyal tomorrow than tAI
T. I' T.\TUt'8 advertisement" \ between capital and labor, leaving the laws of period ot 18In hardwares-Includin without willful design t eta
"Drugs. He hI\' a large variety of articles. supply and demand to regulate wages,trusting tithe cutlery anvils, vices, ,"c. and manufactures i of of stamp duty.If cution. The court will convene pro' early Mr. Truman makes a statement which we

-O. II. MFiUNMs( .ndveitiies. \ "Wooden Ware" mutual interests and mutual dependenciesof German vcr-the imports.! here had nearly the Instrument Is not presented within twelve of June. par commend to those who imagine that after lls.rrnchlng
calendar months, the penalty and interest must rebels some voters will be left:
doubled.In The I
and, other llilinp.L !. the two classes to work nut the best results for same paper says:
be paid to the Collector before he can render I It say that,when the Confederacy went
I 1.. DhMiLi.v: publishes! notice to Farmer both. Few could have done letter-many migh the same term of two months, In the same valid by afBiing the appropriate stamp, without The indictment for treason, we bear, contains down, there wa not in all its borders a citizen r
have done three years, the gross imparts of cotton In bales regard to the cause of the omission to stamp it at no features of special Interest, being much the who did not yield It s much of allegiance he
-.Jrl.I\s HKTTON( publishes a rani, To the ,ora. same in form with the Indictment of him a
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--. Into Omit Britain and Ireland were these the time of its is'-ue. The Commissioner has no< previous ever gave to any government : but I do not hes.
Public. The New York Worl noticing such politics 1HOI. 180-1. 1800. power to remit this penalty made at Norfolk. [Washington tJ] (fate to declare tat there were not five promi.nent -

-I.IrANT & W Arl.ltl\, General CommlwloM trimmers as KAYMOXD: who while pretending to 544,757 811,001 1,154,123 Deputy Coleclo"unless acting as Collector The jury making the Indictment was composed politicians remaining within it, who
under sec authority to affix stamp of six men from Alexandria' two from Fairfax could truly and conscientiously that they
hle : dela
( seven Richmond from
rarely ever hesitate to "give aid and comfor" to In England were 721 bales In 1804, 5,718 In 180' NorfolkThey has furnished me an Interesting branch ,of historical
PrrnldrsU. Iro..a. These decisions in Instances .
Report of : operate all claim to have been Union
men throughout
the policy of the Kndicnls when the pinch conies, and. 870,731 iu 1HOO. The supply of cotton from many study to look up the antecedents of those .
We this report in to-day's FIo" fluJn. with great hardship. It ho only been a few the several knownto .
print war, although of them arc men when our nude their
Let ilistlnr troops
says forcibly, us! have some policy the Buhama.s and, Bermuda, (by the hlo'kale run ,'bo appar.
All matters connected with the o|>eratlons and months since a Revenue Collector commenced have been good Confederates long once forward in their
very ,'cr professions
and defined upon which an I Issue! ran bo ma.lenlli tiers,) which had been 41,0,1.1 in 1804) and.' 60,091 8 a
ot the Pen & 01'1. Idtilrond cannot he operations here. The twelve calendar month8"aine they were not by and were wavering Unionism. Ala for political human
prospects Either: take the of Mr. Stc In had. reache conscription
theory dwindled down to2,551 bales in 180i I but
Scarcely one had either
otherwise than Interesting! at least to t. |lxeople| Irgm'l1 18i August 1st, 1804, had elapsed ber"r le left free to prosecute contracts with the Cot natur tem accepted
veils! it rigorously out to Its extrenuwtcunwqucoccs There had, been a decrease in in the 8IPIULt an office under the Confedery or signified
of Middle, Florida The report "tl IIP, f and, carry, or take the l're theory and, of cotton from 180 opened his office, Hit the consequence is that all federate Government, and fill their pockets with! his willingness t do so."

fnvoriilile, ii unexpectedly HO. ldl'lts Mexleo,1lrklY EgYlt. alli Instruments subject to slump duty, (and what In. money. When the conscript officer "8 about t On another subject Mr. Truman's testimony Is
it out to its extremes!
cntUKtIUel'I"Thllimper Increase in
carry an
-- frm Irzi ant strtimcnt Is not RO subject?) 1111,1 subsequent to grab them they made their escape thlines noteworthy. We refer to the alleged hostility of
Unv. on We.lnl' continues There Is only one lion Thin rnttie of through the Southern people to Northern
His W..KKI I..f Inllt cotton imparts to England men settling In
EIC'lency that date and twelve months before he opened and turned Unionists and
day mor..Ing's train for St. AII\I.lille and .'.'r. cut course for |politicians> and there I Is only OtC year It,of course, much less than hail bee up fnt-ll martyrs their midst "Both the stories and rmor to I
I his office, can only be stamped on the l'n'lentor on (tho other lite. Of the Norfolk men, tinVirginian the Northern men are
nandlna. The Unvcrnor NiH! 'e ,'itil wit sate course for the United Slates. Such Is the during the two elct persecu
1. l're'loulllna.The a penalty of fifty dollars; and this! Is also tin of that city says: ted, compelled to abandon the country, I
the hope o doing 101'lhin/, the relief of BUI h |Kiwer and such arc the resources of the \lilet Chlll/i Cm/icz,8paklnl ot these returns case with all instruments dated at any time since "It II not necessary for our purpose that weshould pronounce fals" are the words with which Mr.

of our people an are being kept out of the (posset' States that they can endure four or five year says: The8 / lultrate. what we August 1, 1804, which have been suffered to run mention names; wo therefore omit them Truman nall whlt the Radical press ha assiduously '

lion of their property In utter disregard of law more of such fanaticism, folly, and sc"undrlsl stated some weeks since that cotton-plantin twelvemonths without and make the general dL'lirton. the truth of cherished Still in regard _'
will
and justice He will probably. be absent a week as they have endured for the last six; and It la i a hits not as yet taken deep In of being 8taOpd I which will lie attested every table mar to the le of. fanatical propagan .'
11.lntt any 1 be that the Collector The
lot seen has hi : accounts from
in this are time
community, that far as the Norfolk men dist thlt to time
-- greet deal better to have them get over them, 8
ARRIVAL STEAMSHIP stcamci' ali the countries which have, during our war, strive must exact the penalty. The Collector here,Mi. are concerned,who were on that jury a more un- over the country in fpr to Southern
'I.OLThla as mothers say of the usual range of infantile diseases. for with the United The In. reliable with cruelty and "
cnmll.ttlnn) State GAMHI.R appreciating the of one or possibly two exceptionscould Intoll'rne Norllerbel'll are
Iir.AKENEvarrivetl Marks via at
at St.
Capt. W. : Simmer, Stevens, and Wilson are no mor crease shown in the India supply In no degree harllllp enfrclng l found in this or any other comma mostly false. Tber a exceptional localitiesof
i the Instructions In where it
Apalarhicola, on .Moiulay( having left New Or. .headed than ten no cases was Imflble course, u are exceptional person from
wrong years ago;
leans on the ITlh. I IdlY and anil cOllltl.tutlonal weakens the assertion; that Is only telprr.- to comply with the law because ther WI Three of them are deserters from the Confederate lie North who\woul provoke Ill-feeling In any
more
no more .
revolutionary I'ndcr the fear of lower the locality. But .
We in Pur er for New prices pre atok Collector to affix the stamp, presented the matterto ranks Butler mitigated his infamy it TrmaD. after eight months'
are hu\III'.1 WI.II'R Everything that has happened wa ,' is being hurried. forward, and a less number of the Commissioner at Washington, but failed this community by fixing on one them. observation' says confidently that "all who can .
Orleans pupirs. just| as clearly the natural consequence of (heir! acres being for the Still t And another seeking a ewer depth,' after hi b 8pt from the Industry or the North to go
The folluniiitf ID the .Florida's; lint of and the of Illte coming year. procure any modification. This following Is thE Lnion man, went Into the of run cn readily fled places business
IU"'I. as i i this ture blainf c wher
reasoning demnnlt.tlol of the
cotton
leB"ur"1 re-establishing
our (Illon : thg can live In and v .
( into .
child reply the
Rrr:;Mr.( J. II. Hood, wife and ; )1 1c. problem in Euclid.; The vonncrvatlvo lu'pub. blokade goods Confederacy, and quletnC
a trade depends| upon our ability to furnish the necessary yet a juryman, took the oath that he had In reference ( treatment of the at
t'ornikk V. 8. A. Maj., < TKKASI'HT : OFFICK or Is*. REV. ) 8 never i'
;; U.1 HI'.tl'I ; affiliated with them for the sake of lower supply at reasonable IhrARTKFNT. given and comfort' to the South." the hands of the Southern people, there Trim .
W. Wliito li I Cmnp1.ell, .1. Irlll prices. May( 9lh, 1 )f fSa ali lar
AolNOTON
; rOt; ; and, well wantto 6 of which Mr. Truman .
(plunder, being prt'ly gorged "A |Milicy that Interferes, by excessive taxation :-Your letter of April 27th has been teccivcd. Of men from about Alexandria the Oastttsays mlMpprhenln. elc.
and ten deck. best friend. !
on short but the Radicals ht tualy tl"I"1 negro's
no more .
tm'I stop ; wi or otherwise, with Its production necessarily increases :
-.- There Is no law for remitting the penalty ol 11av .who treat him a kindness
them stop short than the Reds' Paris 1'011 the price thus for. We Informed by ( who experiences no other wlt.
FKBTIVAL tx MONTH KI.I.O) you TiE UK E"I putting a premium on upon| instruments Issued unstamped,or Inaufflcieutly ar a 1ntleumn. was Inde.the I
MAJ. GKK.-The goad! Lndirt. of Motit.cello allow revolution to stop short of I elfin production and stlulating other countries stamped, since 1st, 1804, unless born rlk.l. and has in planters are represented by Mr. a awn-
August this city upwards of half orally better to the
a who is
Mr. Raymond and his fellow-thinkers want a century- negro are the
greater !
rave a ..lvIIIIL.t night fur, the llencfit I of our that are now retiring from the contest, to (tab. presented to tho Collector within twelve calendar known to all our and has at various number or Northern men 'tha to rent

suffering Mlow.'ltl7el, Mnjor. OKK.: We rl'gre they term the Union, they must segregate them. lush themselves M cotton producers. As more month from their issue The Commissioner lieu limes held citzens. al plantations. "It is the most universal testimony

very much that the nuti'eM'lll I.fur, announcement selves from the Radicals, Introduce their owimeasure than half the supply In 1800 now comes from (lie no d,taboo in (the matter. the thirteen members of Julg pltonsthltof of tho negroes themselves, who have been under t.
announce their own line of action, and Grand Jury, now in session who bail ho supervision of both classes
did not us In limn for our la' ,t 1"'II'r.I | United Stales, payment is more easily made thBn Very NorMk that they prefer
rl..1 aid from the II'oll'tflly.| from he has never three,, to labor for a Southern The
then they may count on Democracy hen it from countries but few gods Alnandrl. bt emplolo.
w came taking at
Imnd
came '4 only nn Wednesday.Gens. I C WHITMAN, and 'bl thr', though clever In way no ment conflicts with some
-.- I we art to lie treated a traitors and disloyal, In exchange. The value of the cotton importo Deputy Commissioner.! sane man would ever have supposed for an instant but Mr. Truman vouches p notoO berabut

SritAUMAN ,and. Ft\ Minis arrived In we lefe an enemy who lights us and Mk only; into Great Britain during (the month of January 3.\MM: B. Esi ., that for a Petty Juryman be could even b On the vee question of I. suffrage. Mr
|
tills city on Wednesday by the E:.otcrn (ruin. I I to fight us. We do not Intend to bo used a well was C ,:i41fMiO. Of this amount 2,107,708 was GA\nl.F. C"lector.Florida. ." Truman ellcit Deg I"filly perstraded .
confer
Is known that these abused. We like to Sumner and Steveni Of the Richmond contingent better that t bl nation-
gentlemen are on a as fight HIP declared value of American cotton imported, ------ certainly no the forcibly time j

trlgl the BUltlu'rl Mates, investigating tin and Wade and Wilson. They may beat us, hl\\ whilst British India figures to the extent of C11, Tho following Surd from Prof. HENSI.CR ( than those from Norfolk and Alexandria, we a enatment upon serious blacks detriment" Adapt. would the

practical worklnl. ul the Preedmen's Ulr'lU' they cannot cower us; and if we are in I incugn OOII.: 'arlln the Quincy Cummonieealtb, of Tuesday ap:: will probably have something t say heJfer.Tbe ., representation to the voting population, and In a

They lulled the State of Vir. In we are not at rate ( New York after giving brIer period qualified negro suffrage 1.
already minority Congress any hlnl The import of wheat and four by England, I In A CAHD.-At the and In the behalf ol .rl' name the wi b enacted J
o glnla, North ('lrulhu.South C'trolina and Ueorgia up by the thumbs by our own officers, lke the two months of been very the members rCIUCt of the Jurors, adds: In by Southern people tllvc I .

but returned to the II'ul Slate )yesterday to conservative Republicans." large.frt From the United States a small sup|: the undersigned' hl the QolncyStrug returning (BD.! Among these there are four individuals Wb0 local te mttle t Trman, t ,
their Tr to the Ladies gentlemen ol who antecedents are of a nature to suggest they ad pr a laD, t U
complete explorations therr. They tire accompanled The emphatic announcement contained In tinollowtng ply but in ( receipts tha
a
man.\oulilerl frl are biased Mr. Deg
received them much kindness strongly against ample Ip
by Gen. TIIJ UUII
'lor Georgia. It la lul.tl.HI tmt the determination of the Norther Democracy for the of Import from America Concert for tho benefit of Maj. Jons II.(tva. Burnham Davll Warwell from hlchmond Anise among not a all rew. I of In no which State" Irf

management of the liiiicau in South ('lroln.ban "We are going I\'I the n'rl.II to fight our Notwithstanding the rincr/*< which would diminish Impressed as they al with the conviction that to lne In the panel. During the ConlUtuton tat, ..vUltef not authorize the
ne-
very much of muclinnw" wlh orr'tlonl political right, C.me weal or come \0.come do the homo production of butter and cheese, whatever In such a cause they may none be should able to refuse give t do contribute,the per war tbC as men prisoners were held of Slate by the, at Confederate Hichmnt under au- race t tU(In all cases where he or any ol his

in North Carolina, only more HO no eat or come sucre, as the Democratic party besides raising the price of beef", tho total import formanco that they had the pleasure of rendering, suspicion ol crpon.lence relation may ID&r1" 8pD'le.I' ,. in

groca on the Sea I 1.11111. were found t.1 bo In the holding (the Republican party chiefly guilty or all of provisions Into England .been In 1800,little! Is associated with courteous and What\ their morl attributes may bo. we know t cYI rlght the Southern wit.

mOt wretched condition,having been the victims the blood, all the misery, and all the debt.V In et'eM of the Import of 1803. The grazing, elegant entertainment\which will long dwell In then not ; but (the simple fact thai by authority ot the now D0 cnsttlte the negro WlU secure Court iubsl a.
President
or
ol' the cupidity! and of agents of the Hu to memory, a fresh as of morning.U. the l Confederacy they were deprived Uall
rascality) are lot going to any man or any organlzUun'We profession and the butchrs have greatly mfferci tnw"r. Leader. of liberty supposed of the ul.

reau for' years. Gen. SAXTON will not rsca|>eexpnsute welcome converts; we accept recruits; but from the fluctuations of prices and supply. --- -.-IE81.lm. Government ought a to have ple (Feer. Bureau Mr.of Truman the usefulness of the Frcedmen'a
,
te thinks
any more than did Ut'lt WIIITTI.KMKV. Mho great principles of (that party which gave -.- a. Mvulbrra Hrllrr.'..<|. .()'e of Justice, to render them Incompetent t 'nothcryear It tu are numbered oVsetaside In
may. opinion
A number of oar prominent citizens called on (he l'IIL'Stales BO much prosperity and so mud: (EN. JoBBfiiE. JOHNSTON.-The Selnia Daily; Dr. O. TU I'I' MAXWELL of tinsreceived act even in the initial proceedings of the case. without detriment to hi negro. The immediate.

Gena. S. and at Gen. FOVTHU'H haul" quarters tory aro not as sulUcient for tho future they Messenger( of the 12th says the Stockholders of Felan.lua Although the action or the Grand Jury la a mere or from .
| ; South be
a the following letter, enclosing draft for form, It i it would have been better if that form Tmoval ISlorcd? troops. tie con
on WenCIlyevelllg. hove b''l for the punt, we do not know where to the Alabama and Tennessee River Railroad yesterday the relief or tho suffering at that place: ltd carried out without the agency of parties with' all eminent; a" I this be concurs
.- broad and catholic elected Gen. E.John who be IIler who have been heard
find others. Our creed unanimously Joseph may supposed to nurse resentments
.. .'..Ivr to t> Mrlal.cd.The L 8 BALTIUOHE, May 3d 1800. from on the
and simple that cannot mistake it. A fun ton, President ol the rood. There wereothcrs and vindictive feeling against the prisoner." lubjet

rumored mustering out of all \olunteci damculal( law above len the temporary passions or! who had claims, and strong ones, to the Presl. Dr. G. T MAXWELL, Feruandina, Fla.: It is said there were seven Indictments Tu. Color. at LoultvllleifKev.

General officer has created r"/1 Hurt Hut prtseutcommander of the read] but ltt.tr Sir-By direction or the "Ladies' by the Jury, but the of the mao Mr. aiva
of the of men, supreme throughout the land and no"high deny they were promptly ant ern Relief Association 1 herewith Sutb.. names other pie 10Imln..a Episcopal Mln-

would Department Florida-Oen.- er law" (than it; an examination into Iu spirit and generously waived iu favor of this distinguished Gittings' check No 317.on Bank or the State have not )e been made public.' -Kthmond- la'er. who was exiled from MUtonri for rcraslng to

FosTEtt- b removed 1 ; hit "I are greti intent, as submitted and ; our only sovereign soldier and gentleman. There I no doubt whatever ol New York, dollars, to be distributed from .-. take the oath allegiance to the Untt States Oovirnment I
the
fled t b able to Innll.'e (that I'renidenl JOHN the law ; our only aecllte allegiance obedience of flea Johnston's acceptance of the pool at your dlareton. among the sufferingof *..Tamp Pent.lnlr. announced.. He bat bn living In If ex. r
sox ha to luv( W.U.K: that he receipt 'I..ld. 11 for more a and
telegraphed to ( thus flatteringly tenlcre him, and we may )jour place. rlcl ,, .c 'ha year expects to make bit ;
will retained in tint command II lon Respectfully, future home In Cordova where bs
b in --- -- the .e NO a has organised a *
'lort.1 safely congratulate Company upon having enlisted NORR19
long M )it is dl"II' lt'I'I"ry! to keep) troop ( .I/.re .r. ..r br.Icea .p. his eminent In the prosecution of Sec. 8 for Gu. and, Flo. Climate has always been and wisely '0 considered pal.h He says that our Confederate emigrant in
The in LouUiaim In 1H6.1, although tll'ntl a element In the advantages valley are kindly by the I
This is the |
just | ber
"lut lnt. their ( of connecting the Lake of a In ol Impllt. I
great 'ntlrl'rl" point ind Liberals, and
FOHTBR, while he 1".tl nothing of duty appertaining hu neaiuiii was good from iu opening to iu close. and the The city of Helms also may well 1 Icre I story from a late English paper: "A health and salnbrlty ,clmate.eoulr. Florida rre- log around them. te Both no par in the cbl wa rag.
Gulf
his >osition at the time cached only 14,700 The New Orleans tots peulir would be very dIM prie. encourage etnlgra.
| same appreciates hulL woman EASTHCKV was missed avaUIIe
t or
bo proud of having aI..1 the honored name n"mel.'KKIE ell to betlhler all things consider. ton to the
the situation of attain and I cam
,b rigon of military rule a little as (Mwsihle- [''li Steles Uiutttt, aayi-"There were only ciil/enn. the Nth- ultimo, and no trace of her could be.dis- dloee.pbrtlclao may there.here .and Almost"the bam in Empress Carlolte a,doing all in their power to

It were well for' the Government if all iu onVcru 4,700; hhds. sugar raised last year in LuhlanlThe _._ -- covered by her husband or the police. On the Giea.eure ad have been eleted.as a number of Instance cc-- promote the welfare of Mexico, and are very en-

were animated by the tame desire to promote' editor of tbo'tl Orltaiu I'riet Currtl The Nashville Dispatch; says; According 15th instant a laborer was passing along the ''I. will trallTy. Life b. prolonged pain alle- lightened and amiable Ivrelr"and would rank ;

harmony mid b'uu feeling. matt up the ateount-we en"ol it from our the reconstruction plan, which has passed the low Warren," on Lord NoBTiiwicVs estate, where voted teerfulness, new Inspired vigor Imputed by the,soft and pare animation air of this end deIthlfal 1 very estimable people they oople a private

-.--- own knowledge. True, (the receipts for the com er I House of ('ongrl and now awaits the action there h an ornamental lake nearly clma. Come on, ye sufferer*, and add to tatlon. In regard to ht opinion
..w.r. .. the *l.r dr rrr.. h be than the above, but luun"e fresh vigor and health and that the class of our t
mereL year may more of(the Senate, it must be ratified not only by tin by shrubs, when he heard a moorhen making a lUl WaI blplue. population who have extended I
The Town ( of b iy a home In tits Italy of & !
the1'
nifealt\ of "lei Quincy say s sugar has come to mlrkl'l The total recell'l requisite three-fourths of the States, but by each peculiar noise; he proceeded t the spot, and taken .a whole cannot America to be a rich the frontiers of the United Slates-pioneers accus-
iiu> Tutwlay"m Il't thin murniuGandbt.trneted ; fur the current are 10.HH8 hluU Mr lountry. The pine forest or barrens lnde towed to "llcul.-wl succeed best la Mexico.
year only Southern Slate as well, before the Union can b found the nest of the bird on the breast of a wo- pine ,.
the Intendunl to offer u reward of|5UU make statement thin Ire called, largely predominate, but Frontier people have driven back the t
will not lometm.
hautponier the South in a dilemma nitn'a which Jnd
any Thlllt'ave body, wa floating in the water. On
the whole uumU, $1 U. for either of the r'lr.1 strange rib hammoll and some large and wild animals, and wrested the
fu from
.wal.
tr .
ye. HU annual statement were regarded ai It euough that three fourths of tin the body being was found to that met, allrd rcb sell found any- them
following negroen an t'y are generally known the rule and It.n"lnl The cultv.tlon of sugar States shall I disfrauchuu nu the people of Tennessee of the woman EASTUIKV rewoyelt,which must have b been .bere .T1*' 1 Ueelnrtr) proucive. yielding their,like the I settlers of Texas, who ran build
own clear
Walter to the the forest R
via: liip Zeiglvi abundnt> a rewad of Corn the t*,
and Charles Zi-iglt-r.lurh. 1.lm" th.lo In Louisiana U, to al iutenU and lurllHI broken They must disfranchise tlenleiveior four yen 10 the water lor five x 'I. At the Inquest a .: cane. Tobaeo. Rice Ieu. Iotaoe.' ground, and defend their home, are likely eolint.to iuc- r

For the information of the lle.t.,. Of this justly ; "Thi verdict of''round drowned wo all vegetable and tropic coed out f In the wild of .
Mexico
I contemporary says retulnL.
The Coruuiiskimicrs of the Comely nift-r a shutter up V'r Tie (imber of the bet quality, Cypress
Uttl.we hate t stale t., it L extremely ropiwilion; comes so near asking a man t sign nest contained seven eggs, which were nearlyhatched. Live tk.While Oak, a C. ee' --*

rwad tuubtfl if 7,0 hhiU. are attained a a crop In his own death wrrrant, a* to b tho most remarkable ." Juoipr..eeO mae a Ah Mulrr. Tae FIVE CMT TAX o7coTTo..-'. view of the
The CWmuHmviiM learns Hal 1 late, on Monday Uteous arrangement Interposition an. \of five cents a pound On cotton, who
xnfwiana this In the yield specimen of ever heard Bulsuppose --.- planter \
three of the cutur lt Y.1 legislation 0" and poor land. The hammock are not generallyirge. failed
to obtain
arno Ilrlnr all.I,1 a liuly only 7,0 hhds. sugar. k'ln of 1805, or the Tenueweeaun should vote Ihemlve IR.I'lusl.-The Cincinnati ('IlUrt says and are interspersed between large bodies of hIe a good ltd. owing to the dofeetlveneu '
road nU miles of the
te high east ut Chattahout'bet List year, was highly favorable from the comnencemeut low existence-even that won't doThey there i is awful news from W..bilj.on. which we pine foresL Like a oasis to a desert they formaIctore seed plt., should plow up their t'
and compelled her to IMIIII'allon of rare and excellence tlelds and replant them with A .
answer such beauty great ; and the correspondent
they wishes to know and then tlll'liolll hir. a t the end. Three hundred thousand are It i J..n'll.lt| on the action ot the may import, in the Itrit CIII"uce, to our eye reals upon them with puU pleasure and a or the Cli and SeSSOel con writing on the subject.

--- .I'li"l ihds. should have. been the result The t'hag North, and if the New England States want to leaders. Wade and Stantou-two or ou gt urination These hammocks not enjoyed aye, with a tax of ave cent pound, there no '

"STMCca: ILL"-It is ,hl.lere.I.IU no doubt In the system ol labor has been the keep them out of the Union,the l'roll amendment guns-liave differed; not to b to mild abut ounty of liernando,ar rlr well drbule., Brooka-In the see in trying 1 grow p a double old peace t [t

truthfully, that the UO"IUllt'ltgcll.<, Ir. TKU- the cultivatiou cane in LOII.lall I 1 U no use to gives them the power or rather the refusal they have spoken t each other hastily, indeedquarreledd. vile.(the county seat) lies the Garrison Hammock. rice*. lie ayJasttookatUt:

MAN, now eugaged at Firnaudiua in iu\e.tiga- (ilk about U; the culture of sugar, a a general (to ratify iL"u Wade b sold-but U is 8 incrediblethat bout cobatt two Illmok.miles long south-east and K mile of wide.Brookivllle.The Cho Suppose I make four bale* to l

broken in Louisiana. _._ one hardly dares repeat it-to have used band ( 1 )
ting the doing of the FlorUU crop, h up, anuiliate by> DU. Annuttallga. north
"struck Thu Tn'tuluiiun -- In the late UtI.rti Convention held iu profane language in 'speaking to Stanton, and tohave lorth-west of BroknUle. about Hmok ,and brie,

era, ha it. iuvcktitation U avid t.lu' KlrphaaU.Tho Keutud.IIIJier of the Federal and of the Con made personal of the profane trout two to ten mile broadThe Jo Garrison Food.WI.. ... bd... ................... :
developing an amount tr ( that it al'pli.tion Hammock, three by one mile .... ..
t b clrrul'lltu of the Frecdiucu'n Bureau .. ..... 5
side side iuI'unc Wa H Com for MW....
running .
sitting
ul"ns were seen by
Mouths the f'ertt army language to the Stanton The meek west,three by one* mUiau .. 10
alln"ing. ago Jil'JI" .'alt' liow* it t be an elephant' with a voracious btorn- alike ardent in their support of democracy difference aUr't"'L'U thee eminent .ortd gentlemen was I i 1"1Ibrou"bl cut olTamp U the Smmon'll Him- Foder.............'. 5
public at t thin waiter, and not without The itemsfciven below the Lt by ole lneKjwraed Toos lnle Bute*............ 10 .
and In their maintenance of the reconstruction
ab. in.liat all'ro.l'rWou merely relating to the policy-only "Uh Prairie Also rop*. .
.
effect, u MBJIUL It i U a wane of |parudinr the l'n'IJenL1 Le the Iu.L.poiaaM b1. & ......
I of money necessary to keep policy of the President. 1 h said that in prioriilt this and l.mok.which about 500 "aoln r Irelbl. storage, eomma 1
gratification to know that the iutestigaliou operation for the f.l year ending June IK: ), l&M. the {people i ol the State are nearly)' unanimous, nothing more.1.er-- Lier. FUtle, Clarke and ICrTbe aOO.e... .. ........ ..... l li lirlH
been the President from UOO I
m the to SOU
placed'by hand of an The amount here given greater than the annual three The South, says the Louisville Uamou and acre' Te ndlti
buuiiit arkM Man.I'LETUOIU h hough unfortunately tee are two or t DmO'rt Ala CeU Hammocks about ten miles t..t l
of the entire government tinder the ear- itieal The must important p that she'i not n'I'r'ute In Congress.She iy to one H Dt1 bread. The Hlllaborouah'liver 1 f,
e- 1p1 l'rt'uiatoD 81Le thousand acre of hammock will ltl. ad count, ud ,
New : since to that of Clerk can be connoted by fl.that, a portion .cotanl au' twenty hIs rnot e f
or
I.-Lt York miau-- l'rltent l tle appe&ni( t b o lg bodies,and to of the ceunlesof8umter.Brevard.Polk loe 17 per bd But t no.I had
reposeWte a ollu.mey Salaries I.r Hub-AasU he of Ai>i cia pr
U Aitltlant l'our Web I.
L 1.lt'llor lptowiTcr
1147.500 We do Ire land of superior quality,and truly Inviting to for Now
one
believe half
not that the C.
that We wUh c.f it s out of iu Urge The pprefeer to
city. kouiu would tula grow rl'r''nte of I
U (' lrb"I) I'roft ( 'be hand Industry.and wU1leld a rich reward ooe teek some other "
Dud iu way t these region OrnublllV and 12.0 reutlou nominate fur it Judge JkTUI,'h.1 North agree with this Congress. Certainly two- for the labor bto.ed Und ii not country or come rv.p a I bate a strong .
iuitiouery printing 61,0 thirds do not that there about half third poor; now and and parcel* of good ides of BnuHj i what do yon think oTiu
not been three so productive ,
so nuuve in Florida .uice opening Quarters and fuel. ,O election as Judge (hh\same our two or ; L land. The pine kind generally fure4hw --

of the toUou trade, after the tcrmioation of the lothiug for d 1.. .OIO years since "'W prevented by Gen. BCRBEIOB }f the North, or thereabouts, grossly misrepreknted. good pasturage for cattle, and tbu* ValuaUe. h The Chattanooga Union says the bridge across r

mar, i they uuw are. certificate, all ol Commissary storal. "IU.2 and his Gen. LESLIE the preset Kentucky ho a full delegation in Cong truly I wts.arrangemeant of Providence to dot the Tennessee river, that 1
St b'ontt l'11 resembles
.
) country with rich hammock for the riculturalUt te a ahuge
which must of taxen Ieic depelt Clerk, being a candidate for elec- ; but the State would hone sent and abundant for p&
b I I payment b } 1,9N0txq d.'lil' r b plea pasturage the Mock raiser. 1 Irregular b been
fore the end of year, are offering in Tallahassee Nbol"Superintendents] 81,000) (ion, announcing hil.lr a* a supporter of theVuiocrutic frm thL State was vacant know how Abundant and are the provisions ol Providence to the trowD I tte. In some case t there U a decline .
/
diligent,and
at cent on the dollar Sues for school houses, 1) nominee whose election the delegations from other Southern States stand; IlduulU nowhere dots this fit
b and of by iw mean orl.lu. ) ; o we presume appear more conspicuous lb here. Mitch good or T fu eight Iche t every twenty feet The
3,000,0110
ready sale. depredation lunistic.. but if there are Brow'nlows amongst laud, abundant
amt no any River.
TW flry Sundries, 1+,II tben'l b d.ub teD Pond. JtUe range drawbridge i entirely useless ; no one attempt
heavily on our poorly paid public, officers. i' i w'ell that they a out in the cold. They Creu. dprD furniahingegood 0 raise lor tear the
The Fernaudiua Courier apply of water,and too of a! excellent i wbo will fall.
-- -- ToLd, tl,6.M t'WIUUlutL4D cannot misrepresent any body in their present dome or these L\end8prioga ---
The Tap l\uuuUr Myt a btriuge or Wednesday tays-The work on this road clear u crystal, margined rich of domestic. .
tWt -- -N..- -- L position a by a foliage of evergreens Te exports produce the port of
died place on the UI L, ho had but in the{ Mr. Meader the Engineer form a picture-like scene In a tale a
a t lOb 1 The follow lag II'I'I 'olu"L(TenD) progressing steadily. -. Kite airy York, from the 1st January the 8thInst.
recently arrived there wh<*e name letters and his fur( the The body of PRESTOS Collector of MORE AXOX o t
troni herald : "Ilari ou Thursday, the 1st day of L re-surtejuig making out plans have been In currency value $$87,402,537.

found,aeern t have Un Jous Illtu'u and lay, at the r"IJeuc of General Luciiu J. 1'011 Bridge over the Amelia rim. Mr. Yulee went he Port of New York, and who disappeared on The Supreme C' Court TDNle. now In session The exports of specie the same period havebeen f

that be was either from Mobile,.1,or MarUun*, I this county by thejllev.: U. Piae,D. U,Capuin Noah hut week on.business connected with the he 13th o\embr Lt was found floating lahe I a' JIUD, JudIe l a Ilewkin..able bu decided that opinion the Act ddUv or 17.13215 C J,

West Fod Ui friends Ca obtain any nece* '. D. nle.oi ('Larleaton, South Calia and rod We art assured that when work i com- water near Dock New York, on the t'onl requires write and warrants issued The tot the r

nary by addi-ataing CoL) Joss V4&- Miss SaRis II. Polk daughter of the Ute Ut. Uev. wen &h end, between { and this .4 UU inst. The body was much de-e but was tow 6tete Courts 10 b 1"is nneonautmlooal o i Id
a 'a l'onaegaeauy writs period gold 1180,833-
Courts II b
I
lino, Tampa I boutb Florida. LIJa Polk UUUop of 1i. place, i wi b prosecuted 1 ith great expedition. fully identified )his nephew. need sot b stamped and Justices 753 nn ,







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The (..1...... ,... -Thp Pres>ldenl'iiWASntKoton f
:w....... iHrctrdIIULIICUD TeIcgrn. Ctlfjraptt. Ycmlv, M.iy ?.'.-A tctegrnni from W..hlt. LR.STAYNER
U ton, rlntes I that I lien; .1. H. Palmer, of'.'nl' 8'.I'I'
May IB.-Tolhf Umateoftfie t'ultittSlatn / ACUDfvST IX TESSI.WF.R.Cl. : .. the President //OFtJGSY
bNn !pardoned by .1
.1 I return to the Senate In which It originated .\R" \IltF1 Tfcsv.: May( I IS.-.\ trnin of cars, -- ---- --- i'rR ito a.llcl. Indicate liege, relntl of Fivetwenty I i I : 'I

the bill Which hit passed both Houses of Congress licnvily lonik'il with vtooil with emu of the heaI.I I. r.VKDOXEH BV Ill i: PREStHF.NTWA : steamer CuM.Tbeshlpmilif J L : ( WHOLESALE & RETAILDEALER t

entitled An act for the admlf lon of Colorado cst engines on the road, in cro.*iiw the Cumin% r- 'HIXIIOX, Mty: Conini.iiulcr Leon lmlh, uro/.etl/ by the sliMiner ,to Ilwrr\ .

Into tbe Union,11 with my objections. From the land l bridge this morning l hro"r through the Wo t I lite t of the Confedernt N*vy, w,' pinioned toil.iy 1 111'101.Fhih'v: "', ( eaves( of 1111'no., &. tie the lenl INGROCERIES

Information which 1 have been able to obtain, I do 5>p*, n, mukine a pctlcct ''t k. Six; white tlio train.men, by the Prcclilent on the reeonimen.litliin of i em.il in >i'nale rvl, have been Mwd "bj the "",'ml.11 at
and flrven thirteen on
tbe establishment of Etatc ( or ncrlcP'ro $, and other .'rh'.I'a. : ii l.irxe .' hi ft"re
not consider a oern- VMWird.sVIItt ''''
Tho hit men were all *\ tiit two-one> ImdIr lromilrlll"I'I1 'n.'loM 1"II1II'k.I n,'rolatlonnry hero, .igcd I 1"J( died J 1 T. .\ >'1. ,
ment U present necenaary for the welfare of the people I Two negroes known to l ho killed. Henry Br.iKU. of Mi' ourl, bite olllocr In the Confederate nt 1'1.1.101 I Sunday.uitiiirs, I -

of Colorado. Under tbe sibling Territorial Two Plpp"c.1| to l he liii. injl, lint licit positively army, w.w also 1.Illle.l. :' I ) ..I I': M %.. 'lOiMinnils, in "icircindfier, sale WINES Etc

Government all the rIg' ",, privilege and Interest of k no\n.The TIIlTrT.NIANS.EmfoRT \ ; NEW YORK;; lfl.\lt ) lo by l I' Alt M LIQUORS, E. ,
bridge shows *\\n* of living rotten. LAST 0. : Nrw YORK M.iy 3i-Wm. I I" his\
citlient 're protected andeecured. The 'Inatilledoteri | very Wrl.hl. %*<'rolC HI... .ilirve.inintilvln.itorr.aiid I FOLLOWING I.I8T !-
/1
May" 21 -A store was broken open on Weekly Circular Jut ls'ned. ( |"i.1al.1 I : TiE
ehooee their own legislature and their own FHKF.PMF.S: COMMfwfoS AlloUMtED.WASHIMITOX Saturday night, 1 is >nppoed' for the purpose of Drill under the Culm's, relotl,"' yesterda', \ tors.el-l.y r. I' TXTl'M.DO ( ) A prices according to flurtuition .

local offlcer*. and are represented In CoogreM by a May H.-Tlio Seerctory ol War I 1 IXi' bales. t for the week, 'JO.tmt( bal,' Middling, flit' Set York And Se. market :
delegation, of their own selection. baa ixsncd, ) ( to alsilisti all Freedmen I'oin- (getting arm 1".llII:11/In I the Fenlain which lo.1heen liihmls I Is 'built eel at Sc Orleans 4 make aid etecnte their own Ibulilcilalla"'s. missions in rI.1'llllrl Elates.KEMCM attached .1.1. Ten or twel c Venlans-nil the week at nil the ports,21.1! \bales..old for s etc I b) l i I' I'MIM. 100 Sacks, Fine Iroll.II.IrrpoI8.1.
They that were left of their !i on I. I Isouoteclat I: ; Sterling .:F.iclinnKC lively -- --- -. Fresh ground% rrol Cora,constantly
It.lhl Army-I"II'l'arc.1 n M I .:. 'mtte. *, Wble
abject only to revision by Congress on authority At. or C.KS. HOWARD. at IIKI' ; 1 1.0 "hll. ( .I.IIIII"ro on hand,
.
Saturday.
not likely to be eiercUed nnle* In extreme or extraordinary It is nllolllhal Gen. 1owarl. Chic! of the sale Iy r. I' 1.1t I 1I. Prime Rio ColTcc. (

cue Tho population In small, come Frlellwu's Hurcmi is 8'01 ,! FROM WASIUMiTON.WASIIIXITO ) cR.0': EhtFlAWIN I.Ol'IStANA I'l.tX Mlllland: : $H'irv| | Klin: In Store And''

estimating It ai low u 85,000, while the ad.ales of MORE All'T TiE htRKU'. May 17.-0en. Rcauregnrd' sailed for Honed Nu" Rlhlll.lrl't
the bill reckon tbe number at from to 4fl,0m On. that similar of Europe In the Scotlayesterd.iy. < -
3,0 81'alnlrpoi ahult steamship I ha 1,111 rWllhr c'ily.I I n Olll lit (nev. ) a Ilra"'II"ly." ,
Tbe people are principally recent settlers, many or I lit1! .' ,' In South lartlnR Offlclal report conflrm the ereeeJIng fccMcneMof -- (I leer s"I Uby cr"II f. I Il 1 Imperial\ Gunpowder, .J.pan. Souchong or

whom are understood to be ready for removal to us have been officially reported with reg\1 Jefferson I I.II l is. Ills I reported that hi* Indict- I\\"Itl'hrs 1 | .I Florldlnn. EmmghIsh nrcakfast.SUGARS.. ant

other mining districts beyond the Unit of the territory Virginia. DelL has Liven drawn, under the Act ol Oongri' of All the Murderers of Dickson caughtbut 11.nu.t': li: i'ti'.t !.II. Fremh,
Stoncmsn has gent the result investigation rle.m, for MIl! )
circumstance shell render them more In Hel. Into the Memphis riots' to orhe De July, I.;a, to punish treason. The Act flxe the one. T. l\ TATLM.IOIsl .

Bach a population cannot but find rdi.ffom of conTleted of rebellion at
any person
'llng. parmclt A detailed statement of the origin, pnnMimcnt ,i:, Itretsilumeaced, I'odelnifur, sale at l I Ihe
excessive taxation If the territorial Imprisonment not exceeding ten nnd a fine 4jHir: ianui* xtVOHU. I
the trouble
8)slel progreas concuMinl of accompanies y'af. Store ct t r. t'. TATl'M Fine White Chisel Cut, for table use, Yellow and
Involve tbe expenses of the executive, his to bear not exceeding ten tlious.iml I II said tieiAtI
f'gi. reprt pK'ara| very strongly dol"f. I Collon .Vfnrkrl.ytiiiT Hroiv of various grade'
lative and judicial department upon the United upon the who commenced it, while the repents all previous lr"IAI'uI l the pnnlnh- 0.1 I ,iPuU: I..IIIN.: : (I.p.h hicliJei't rt"
blamed for participating in It. He 24th" V. M. Allot tho I f:J celvc-diind 1' I'. TATIM.KlttOlt I. .. 1..nl.; H.mr.Codfish .
8tlc for the present be coutlnued They cannot neglr lent of trenson. negroes npllcn- ,_ u_ t.r __ t..I. ...
but And tbe iccurity of person property Increased if the latter had kept out of Ihe I lot it ted in I the murder of City Marshal nl'ks"l, In Ihls : M': nnd l.tvcerlne' forsele- and No. I Mackerel.

their would have been almost at its IncepliOn. I.THRo, 1 EfKOI'E.NEW ) hut have Wat TAIl' huRt 5lhiE.I :.
by reliance upon the national executive pUllr.1 juice ou Sunday, be"1 C'UIh' except I'I Ii
.
M.i, elates to the UUh
power for the maintenance ol' law and order against The latest advices, from ( \OIK. 21.-\0Ih'11 fir llirrisNHW I siss: : BREAD.
leorgia'II the Commissioner have bl11 ,' ,' fleet bombarded etu cmiii \hlh' Lend" Jn-t received .
the dl.turbauce necesfsrily Incident to all newly, of the Bureau, report no iiirplus fiml- CalicO flee thee 2J. They acre tp"nl rel.nl.el. however.tluing \','"K.2'trrribl.. lire c'cl'ltr,1 In this I A. ,,".II.r sale b> 1.I |I'. IAH M.M4 1
organized Secondly, I II not aatlbctorlly *- men or freedwomen in the central and northernportions
communltt. I of in the nod.im.igc.: Ailnilr.il S.'Ht WAS badly. wounded In eit) to d.ty. The Lutheran, CI'ltll. Medical I nl\er 'lll >lll: Oll.". sve'r.el kind, for Boston ma"II. Scuta Biscuit Wine Biscuit Pilot I

estbll.be that a majority of the citlxeni Ihe11"le. except cOllfhllt the engagement. The 1\'rl\'I.1 SeircUry ol War i.I"t i) piano, forte and a large' Ilmb..r of other ('llal l I.> I I. I I' lAU'M I ). Hreml, ( kern anti Butter Cracker
near there _.
camp are
of Colorado are for an Iwr II |lrl'M'lt -
delre prepared exchange Marrow Rice.
White Beans fried
old and decrepid and orphan wn killed by the explosion of a battery. The Unlit bll"lna on 4th A\II. were destroyed ,* '. AplIC.
of a territorial for a State government. In Sellem.h. prrsono ehilrt. I -y| it.i: iind ." ,lor sale at
1 lusted withdrawalof The K>.. tat Immmeteel three to four 1..j.1 "I.lo.
supported temporarily by the four hour and terminated by the r"l 0,11"1.1.1 I i I SloliK.
1984, under tbe authority of Congress, an elec- 1\I'au. 1 \ 1 I'UII
cmpletol ot' an asyfutu. .\ (' In the 9|h Hctt. Only' a few hundred dollars lars Whiskies Wines &c.
..lawfully appointed and held for the purposeof 11111'1 / \It i: Oil, and I'ure fii stl h' by Brandy, ,
ascertaining the view of the people upon this lii"il'I'i. AlahRml. T"lnl'.t and \t"anlt worth of properly was de tro>'e.1 The 811nl.h loss XRW: YOHK, J.--'olul I tIm cmi. Sales today. live F 11.I.III.r.1 I' r.1)II.I.Niiml ; .
vicinitv
\ endeavoring to.Iro'urtlal. I Is supposed to be heavy The news of hundred, bales at U* at create Hold 1,1.1.1 :n"4.: Old Cabinet Whiskey. by tmrrel or gallon, '
particular 819J vote were cast, and of this rers, but met with or n ( \ do by of 13 bottles
quetou. 'ltle ,
number majority 8115 wa agalnit the -- 111.101 X Rye do by easceif 1J bottles,
gen STEPIIKNSTO MthK A TOVB OK THIS OOfNTIIVOKX. Inhabitants, of 1. I tl ( I (U.:. .
proposed change. In September without any SWEENEY SAYS HE IS A BniTISH 51ST.NEW ranII" X Hjo do by bnrrel or inllon,
the Valparaiso ad\lces to time llth .\lrl. report the '., i \l l'l'i.MOUrni: : us, (heel t h..I.I.H..r i silo ('h.mlcci. Imndln bottle, lor family use, ,
legal authority, question wa again presented to YOIIK, May( 18.-Mr.( Stephens Is I rtt .
expected block.ule: raised, and the. .'\' ('hr" 't J Icy I I'. I'Inl.. IVneli 1.1.ll.
the people of tbe terloT with the view of obtaining to start Oi his tour of the llt.S ('1 Monday'I hut Import and export diet its. I\W '! I'ur I I (iln,

I the result of tbe election, next.The Mil,,)' 21.-The m'l lulu has nrtied ,c." '.1. '.... I ) U. 14 POrtvll. I..' his in store .iml lot Hehlechini. Schnalii s, I III itmrt| nnil pints, ,
held compliance with the act of H'rll: has a statement tlinl Uon. to,'envy Ihl.IIH h'ul.hil 0.1 .. \ sale|I'.v 1 r. I' 1'.V 11 VISliilVI II'nllnf Scotch Whiskey,
'
II approved Nh 'me's Mi' l sales, :HINHIbales
"
ConJ.s with Lherpool duh'sl.lh.t ( lieu do- It. V -'olnll'IIIIII; ; I Bitter Dinner do,
has that ,
March 21, 18. lai" recently he was sati flcd t hat Stephens imc '. Sales ol I the wetk WI|(_) lit !W (,f 4iK-$' 1"11.111. I e I iteomt h'rl : III.M lor Sen Int! M i, bines, for sale (' .Mull, l'Iltalol and WhlokeJ',
was : Ir.I.ll.ln
more nor Il'.lhnl a llritii'lianL spy, l'lne.lal"tlo I'nn "'n.'kl' ((5 ?;>. \\ bent iiinlercstrrnae : .
At this second election 5906 vote were polled, that 10lhill boles.lULtrAX. | Ild : 1 P I 1.5 11 M I. I nuiirter, C. reuel Claret, ,
allowed from prison ( -" I tlirec to five cents Cnrn emit I vr
nhll"
e"all 'OI"tO.
Turn Port Irani the Pntviiiit of
and the email majority of 155 was given In favor of by the lirltnli authorities Tor the sole lilirla| ice ol May 21.I.hl.I"r.r'IK"h \ Ins.Iy I the al,1 intviimvil, one c'ltit( 1..1 ilull, *:'tO'i'lilsk; ) 'PI IIVIiHI4lll.ick: Pepper i I".IH I(niter Knot{ Wine by bottle or rlp'M gallon,

a State organlxalion. It doe not lecm to me entirely visiting this country in t their Interest. Cuba *'J'.lhall'o'ln.II.IIC't Is still warlike, but' dull, :.1! (IL 2 7. tuiiir at Nutiil tori's tile| let 1 lot saltli) P. I VIIT Ilrlllly. hy bottle or gallon
safe to permit this last mentioned result *o Turpentine-!> (.t .11)1'l.; Inoil.0(It s,'; (lob) rliweilI 1. 1.II )1..11"\ Cider
HEOU.AIt there \I. still of Vinegar.
AllMV-AN Wilo.
INTHKASB DEMANDED hopes peace.LATER 00"111
Irregularly obtained to outweigh tbe one which .t'IIENtl.Y I U.. ow h'l' lit I tee lie" 'a per I're\hums ilii| .ln J' % I IIMI ami llm( tin '.I'II"- a fresh! lot' I. for
-IF.Wg .(IK?! ORANT. ItstilE CtI.The \. l: '',. I I alit. T. P. 'r.VU'VI.
bad Regularity conformity The President has sent In the ,' of Icy
blegl1 obtaued. a mcwuro Hou8 ""lnl"1 lulk England: Ale and
01.111,111. Porter.
ae otl to the preservation of order Inclosing it communication from, Gen. \asking rate nf l.c'OI"t 1111 per ('ell .flolillo Vlurlsrl.Mohim \I u:,suu: .t .UI: (''i'I.t. .\ '*.

and a table rnroment. and should .far a* practicable for the immediate passage of an atlhi., assigning Five t twcnlli*, I 14ie IL. Consols; M.iet t iNV',. Ma' '-Kale-sol. C"UUI to-clnv,Tim haleMiilillliiK -*, a.mi. tier sale, I T. m'l'M.1 I

., aw'YI b In the formation of new trootw as a are rcnson needed'for this ou the request Imntiernnd at that the TIt, house \eteaI.llr"ey; .\Co. had failed. to they I III I :b.ilis:(I"H.: .Ihe, tuiirket('ii .'!n.lla I. rause'el dull I"'III| ls. '' II.'.'.: 'I'%!U U. Paint nnd IIlr I I Unifies, .teTrej'* AIIJ .OI'P'. India Pale Ale Oulmifss1Iliown

State lore South. I Ic also expresses t the opinion Hint I the t.ATFxr. lie 1.llrd"y. l'ot.1 ud\anccd )3II.! Salts In some Inhtunces. nf f rent \ \ all ,.1111..1.1 sate. I,} T.I 1.\ I 11 M IIOII *** Porter.
Thirdly. Tie admission of Colorado this lime I.IU'l t"ll'I; MII.1111, ( plands l'J\d. Consols .
M a Slate Union appear to me to be Incompatible troops cannot bo withdrawn from the South withgaiety sf\o-vl'k.) t'h T"e"le. WiHt( think rate Iou ." rlr iM. .tlurLrf.Nh \ .%>THOVII ". Torn $I.trs'hs and llehitine -
th for sonic time to conic. lenL A prevailed lor sale) by T P. 'I'A I'M I. TOBACCOS.Mountaineer
with the public Interest of the country The following! Is Grant's letter : per Idlcr !)''I.UNo, May lei, \le4d;. .
( STILL LATER BY .
while It I la desirable that Territories when sufficiently TiE Cl'I.SEW \ $\\tJAK-l.ouUUtm "mlgett Is ,'lllh'I.1' ('.'(.il'le-: n.l.OW.: White nnj i
HE.UItAlnI'IIM., I l YouR, May) 'ii- "" telegrain report that fur enlllll to .f.clr. I II'>'eii I 11',('. IW1'i'nc. >' ol tier ,' ,' I h 1II"hr'\RllllllY\
matured should b orDla.Slate: ; yet the W A.mxfTos.$ May( 15, I 'ill f Mr Motley.tlie' American Minister protesteil, against r.r Prime' I'l...efor yellow rlly Inlr'l, ami .It.r .. ) l \'ItM. In end,He's of 'JO|lb.. each, Pr..t

iplrlt of tbe teem*to require that there To Hon. I-:. M. Stanton' Secretary ol War. the further shipment' of Austrian troop h'xl.o. lit1e. leer Mliitv 'I' l.oilll.MtVfl 'l.Vlrs( utlhetmes3jmlet r(', tliu Navy, In eiuldle of \:)llhA. each, whole

should ba a approximation tow.rt eullaWol1 Slit: In view of the whcrcnpou troops were tduT.1 to thick h"I"A .'IOtI-1.r'I( Is very little-m I hnnel tint the- mar ,4. i'1'lvediindlors.ilu by T 1 I' I'A II 'ml.Sliy various grade.
the aertnl lIMes eouprUIng House of long (delay lu (tllo\'r on a limited lurlongn.11n1 ket .hl., .1,1 cmlv MISt ni tilil. "'r. scud, ofvvbleh :. l's> 7t. Smoking and {'I"'I'I. Solace, n..lol; Tutu
ICH Congress II agreeing upon financial panic hi London e"huhllCI Muy 71 at f'.ISi1.\ al $to, ItW on no.ej Sinoklug ( d.., \' .
C..f or arore .two ID.tr In Con- the reorganization ) the army suitable) to the loin In the 101"1.1"1 of the bouse of Oicrerd htci Immi cii. sll'rll.i I: 1..111. at Ili'pO, nmltOilo DAVANT & WAPLES A few hole of rholea( Sugars.

graiL ,.I$ a population ol four present requln'llll and the urgent necessity (iiirney, .V ('o. Tlllr liabilities are rrll t1 to I ) iit 't ii7.'i: |,'r :). cwle. I Is nl nli Koad Mia SnouT In l"'ttle* and bladder.

million | "r oer Slate have n population exceeding I'llon. Ildlt1 to refer the mutter to twelve millions Alerlnl., Their ., was l'n..1. 1 10.;-iO pc-r bbl.' 1IIIhll FACTORS ""lalllne. |) rm and Pnrallne Cundle
by a heavy of share nt a heavy ills ,
two million, and many oher have a imputation vou officially, and! tle attention of ConlrlA l'oIS-I.ln plod supply' but less In clemiind, and
count. A cniniiicncpd ltors
heavy run by depo ant .
eteeedlng one milon If this bill should believing that when they bIde matters the Bank of England: dccllmd assistant on. 'account )'.- ) ',- we r.testily. sm.liilne-d. 1 be- sic Ii's. Forwarding and General COlmissionMERCHANTS Babbit's Potash.

1.1 the people Colorado thirty thous fore them they will do what ought 101M clone, of tbe financial crlil today a etc, tiiimitticel tm. utekl, ) sacks, of w bliliTnelnnd '

.bme. would have In the house of Repro.sentatlees peed At the ily. time Sir Morton Petn mind Betts have uUo failed for \\t7\f.V1", XtU )e-How tsc, and" inlxe-d st (1 at 1..11( .nilii'd cml Yin, Celt worth wlke Nine L"lol' of t".I'.
settlements four altll 'bll.
,
present arc springing "lllln. I pound Ih'rlnl. hl 4'..rn.*r llnj iintl l.lncolii .. "|11, from 1: to 1 IS .
one member, while New York with a population UI) with unusual rapidity In the district and) country ) Anoclatloii ,and 1.'Y-TI"'I"rlpll: Is v..t.III.AII I only I I71)biile() 's ... W.hlnl In Keg' and CIII rrltM.l'oWIFn terA. Shoal, (inn C*|*.

of four million ba but thlrrone Colo. het\11 the Missouri river and the I'ucitlc other suspensions are r"\'Orh'\1\ There was Intense. ".hliry 1 'rl II : SAVANNAH, JA.; .
redo would have In the electoral three ocean, where heretofore the Indian cxiiteinenl In financial 11.1 was almost I, Is but (llriu. Thc-ru Is
college volet, "1 left in II.h..8 1''IIK-1I'II. t |1Ii" a civil I to I the sulu of I' ton.Timber. ,
entirely suspended.Ihelioverumuut 1.1"1,1111., CROGKK11Y.A
while New fork undisputed iMissessinn. )KtnigranU: ; | e'llld .0,1 I ) hhil ini-os sold .
only Colorado would have are pushing altill I r, .
has determined 1.1'
s I'rmh"e.I
settfvnienU to suspend the mid; : ) float I ) reMlliiiK nt '' 1".I.ll'olllry
In the Senate two votes, while New York b nomore. to IhC all to the gold fluids of the lUuk Charter Act. tM.'iO: (.MI: I'., .tlll J hhl .1. \V.\NT. lit W. II WAI'I.Krt.:
Ihl "
Inequllle of this character have already KiN-ky'The (.Iounlaln. every available highway.the IAOTI.ro. I Is verv lltlle) on hnnd.' "''IIII"f, "rl.I 1 lute unit nf I Ii, >alit ,\t.ei.(mitt. latle.aormentoarl'Oby I Ar'Ue, bought I.).
regions are of GENERAL: ASSEMBLY.ST. .
ocurr; I 1 I believed none have happened United! States, Ilcl' entitled! clzlu. I'KFIDYEIU.\S 1.,1111 I ', ri Icim.-eh skits IV.. ; ('I"lr side's, :' 71 I'MII
to
1M. Miy Presliyterlnn: ieneral Al- h'*' hums :!,'. '. .
Where the Inequality was great When inch Inequality of the Government. Irole.\on 2J.-"e .II.'n mid smigmar cured :'. .k$1 WOOD-WARE &c.
1 They 1T( '( a'mbl. Old and 1 Ic..ol. have met here for Lost--A Handsome Cluster ,
.been allowed, Congress I la supposed to resource of tho country to (great advantage, tbt time ilnee IH.S7 cu..d the project 'NIltl V.S-h'stmitei-es sr illliig at ,'J.i Very

have prmite It on the ground of some high Iub thus making it the 111'rel B well 8 the duty of of union. Two Moderator' presided and twelve bbl ; c lie|lasts ,:.',< ,,,::i, A lulls' steel, Ite'im .!.r' : } DIAMOND RINC. Tubs, HurkitU, Wash Board. llrooms, ('hlrnl.

lie necessity, under circumstance which prom the Government give them military protec hundred 1'r..IA'uh',1 favor of reunion. Ill I. I I : market Is well Iced. W. W. nraahe. Shoe do., Maion' 11..III. 'lloor
tion. dcilnltely that will be taken tieitleit WIIK.r-11.. IIIII..I. 1 :I I tobuv lost, nt lice, Fcsllviellor' Miila, Manilla' ft, heir
lied that I would rapidly, disappear through the that I"tel melOlf'A t 11' ully I eli-iimnd., whkli I I. $ ', at SrrriiSHI IP"1 Plow Line, Ac..top. "ali Coton Io'e
and This makes I much greater forco west of the .lje.t liniuedlalvly. WJilA: p gal. lot W.ler r"-(' nn the "- 1 lie- Under a III reeelve e.
growth development of a newly admitted 8tle. II..1 ) llbrrnl reward by Item I lug lInt I till. nlllicNo -.-
This 'in )181.11'1.1 nrrcssary than was ever heretofore : NEWS.WtsniMiToN : ( mFFIE-Tbere: actS a fair retail eleiiiiand. loebey I
regard to tbe several Slate 'In what w 'OSlil.:88'OS.\L 'Imle'st hums askeelMsy
formerly called the northwest territory, 'lying east. A military ( U May 31.-The Senili. today lu -JlnrVHe.. }"'. for ordinary to prime Klo.Niw :. 71 I FRUIT' &C.
iu all '
smal fur' necessary I the deference to of Mr.' Kc.eod..n. I beet UI.I May J.-TI" c-ollon niaiki-t Isilll.T
of the Mlailulppl their rapid aac In population In reblon. and it cannot be foreseen declined to (tbelbolcaln.ll" resolutions si!"'. t.l.y. l.loo' bub' at : : Dr. C. W. BETTON.
rendered It certain that Stale admitted with only that the be for sometime agreement Ipon ; Kcon.tl..t"n wa Hold ln'f: Mterllng I IV4.rI. Canned fn.I., I'c.b.-*, (Julnees, Plum*, Crin.
one two In Congres would In to come. It is to I/"ln./ force ,postponed U Wrdne .t M'. The eOD.ldl'rton 4 the Ylh.ulle -" 'berry Ku.' ., Ae. { IpU ", ,urrl. In tuinlileraand
o reprenthe a 1M bop wi r.r renlllld'r OMKK) 1.\In:1: : 1' Ills IIKSlliRM'K: Jar Hrandy Peaehea, _ort. If* of all
very short period be entitled to a great Increase 'Inrpr.senlMion. not b.necessary to enforce' \ of $ tbi esslon I .( devoted elilinyto matter relating to MARRIED.Murned 'J. T) (liii "* alum,Catnip, Bauer, Kiu When But the dillrn'c of sentiment urCullllhl. hriuon Hjrnp, Raspberry do., Ulackberry do
.
admitted ,
C.lrornl.* on the l'nl"I'd.rt,1 The coimldi'red m a and resoliillon .
preamble
by hleli
gTal has licen to.I.y. R. H. Shackelford Currant do.
the of .
ground foreseen that the Slate poltlclnljeocleltw. ('Sir tour yearn, wi make the pr.ne of military declaring by t Wllre"r"I'rr.'nlatvp.. )cClull.ol Ila.outl. III Orange eoliuty Al'rl llh.$ by Hijulre- rln.l. nf (.0110. KIMO Water and \'anl., As-
dellued rapidly force give feeling of If be ATTORNEY AT LAW .
necessary I security. teccdod State render' It necessary to rscrcUe ConKrvslonal 1'111.11.r KV. '.( Miss .Ile.
become a great, prosperous, and 'Important commercial you agree \llh me In this mailer, I woula also h' order 11'1.1..r 'UI l'oUlly.Io 'layer 1.1.llt. new. In .hule anti b sIt boxes. C'ur.r.nlA "
t tb
give cltl- MVHV ,1 MI/KM. ,
I.latonll .loyal el.iughtc-r' of |" K. Mt : I. FI.I..y'n ..\. nf '
"ll Tf < uallly, Citron, Turkish
community. In the cane of Colorado, I urn ask you U you.ll1 proper thut with such ju.-ns ol 1..u In their l.turl and lal'I.r 1:1.1' luprrlor |
Ulb JroIL111 I Irseeuis "" Ti HIMI I'rln' Alm".I., loft and paper shell, Preau Null,
not aware that any alona exigency either of a po Indorsement as you may be '. make, lie persomualtighta! ,the Cou.ttuton. and. llnull tic, ,, .11.rA. *, Oardlnes In rt
in addition Intercom, lord.ul'aloul.
I
laid make it
U\el.or nalure reulre. departure hfor. Congress. through. the Sitrakcr- of the foot a large standing army to malnUIn: the authority) on "lly.Jpttal $ ) ( ) ) I 1.tHVII'd{ I ( situ Y b'le.,1'al0 Klt P..Il.t'. I.lal
from tbe law ol equality, been so < ..I.dUII
b. generally Very reswet(tally. OrU.liellrallinv'rlleIIJ'; and whereas the conn joticts. celebrated CtiocoUte and
l"krr' Corn
Taploea
adhered In I
to our history. If the Informationsabmtited by a war debt Incurredto
\ our o -dic'ut -w Farina, ii-latlii
.larch. ,
sr'l. defend the nation against an infamous Id.lnl. M.rli
'In
connection with the bill I I. reliable, rehrilol.
U. GHANT. and) I it I la neither just nor |>olltle to Indict _
Color In'le of 'Increasing .declined In p"r Lieutenant (.icneriil. additional eipcnse ou til" |I".erullnpu.try of the.t TA".Au.I.: May'': '', IfUl. SPICES &c.

ullon. an election for members for s l'OMI'E' UK A El'llOPEA-N WAIL nation, therefore TOn: l'Mu: ,

Legislature held In 1861, 10.:votes were cost WAPinseiTos, May 18.-The Resolved, That It bu. referred 10 the Committee I Very lh.iiikfnl for In. liberal peel roimi;" Cl teteei'lmlii IMUK'LAMATIONHV I ( )

At Ibe election before mllutlone. In 1MA4, the number diplomatic ( n'll. that a European L1wflrcmi"lu, Iuel. ou Kceon.lra'lolilo ( .lllre| the Into the expediency of I by my 'frk'mudasimel the putillo J"leraly.1 I re-s|>ccl "Alhcpleo'"I'I..r. Caraway Jndl ". 1..1.
seceding State
eootrlbulion..n to de
.6110, while a te rel election held In table. That Napoleon "'i Ithelraw III* troop fray the ntra.rdlnlry.II".I." e* that would otherwise 'fully .,11'11. Clnlnlalol.rlt.ld Invl.lh'II"1 1110COV.RNOR. (linger' (Irouinl and Whole, Fig Ilue.

18.which I sunned for s bl. of legislative .e, from Mexico at an early ,anil Hint )luimlhm be Imposed on It'ltr,1 U.vernrcnt. and i; tu .my Urgei' ...assortment of lioota and Shoes of every ('Inl.loou. ,

lion a this time tbe vote '5005. Sincerely anxious will find himself obll1ld to return 1111 that old committee bell.'ructcdio report by bill d 'Irillul. for Ladle1- suet (nil'men's. wear; slats Niilnieg I."e. Hull, Pure, \

for the welfare and prosperity of every Tllrrlo money. orolherwUe. a lurfii stuck of ian-si5 women, boys' youl h.', mltseud -* -I.-- Cloves, Hulphur AC., .t"., Ac.rN. I

ry and Be .well for the prosperity happiness TiE ARLlXOTOX EHTATK. The resolution use adopted by a tote of seventy c bilciremia' $hueeea, all of which I am selling at f'I': I Ties UFr"'I. I | B. c.n.t
-* one door South of M. LUel'arug
The of the threw ogUiiot flve. Tallahassee, r lurlelit, May I I' I I\
portion Arlinirton 'J.I.
estate which .
of Union I regret the apparent decline of was very redle.1 cash "price I have mudded lo my steic Hlore.Mayaa. ill
laid off during the war a soldiers' The Ilou "' al.o proposed the resolution \ \ I 1"lf\1 I : : I It I I. re-presented; lo "' i hut two TJ
all thee rollele'ral' brunches of
population 'In Colorado; but maolleit II I I. owing B burilj r"I"'lnl the shoe ,sue h a* .
I I place hl recently Ix-en soil Introduced by Mr. Henderson t.le -". by 1" name's of Ii IAIIKKill i: : -- .
I -
to the emigration which going on from that rt'lailet Missouri : 'l.ruther( and Finding, together with every irtlclu and %% AI.1' tIN did. In -- -

territory Into others within the United Stale which blll rcmoe. Hitcn remove and.!!.seventy- i iPHEEUMF.N'S I all 1..I'cl."That It I Is the elue or this house that UM'd by Shoe Makers. Fine Fnuih, (k-ruian, and (1.1""ti, .y, lu Ibis Stale*,I k I 1111.all Ilut.I'r 1."t..II.r. TOBACCO.A .
bllej bat bn already i ritfhteou are .
In bet 'I government Intended Aimu'risami (' Skins town Marshal of said town of cretin'y, FINK LOT or TOBACCO .
ars or by the Inhabitant of Colorado I not to .Ir I'pper and K.II"bor. LlilIngs 1. II. ON CONSIGN'ot
blee .c.ru prliiliye fie ,.
erHEAU upontheiub- ,
is in HOW- rllhl.1111 .1,1.I fin y (his county of .
to b* mineral wealth and "A\'I-O': I I jeeti thereof to club and "Pegs, lAsts and Shoe .- Tools of 11'rll (11,1..1"1. A.
Indltliluil U.'LII.
reld f agriculturalre.ources. ARD TO BK RElK'EU.Thl I 'lur" every TIr.a A.. while,.1""I,111 .rr..1 I lice .1,1 (helite.e'lgkr. by May M
however not really de |I the full ,1 and Ullfll..t'd exercise and all kinds. My stuck of PI-.nullin Hlio fur Men" I Irluf ( bis possessionNow
of flen Fullerton 1111.,11
Coloro. report and I -
i of all those TlLOST
clne In ppultou. .uohe euu or another elec the operations of the .'r.ctl'n'l lrlJlanon '> slowed eljl)m.nl upon biiu. r'lbl.' dod bu* boo I and Woiuru I 10 very barge, and I would' especially lh, tbrre".Stale. of. r'. .1"11, 14. WA'.KII.U.vrr.l"r.r !

toD borlr of Congress would place South llrlina except COI I..riuu. has HeMdved, That the safety, happines .n"I'r''p''r. I! .1 atlenlloii to this purtkular V.r cit II. I have rctilved iif 'l l'mi ei luld.I I s-cl .lo fli. ul'r itrnaa SUNDAY last

the qncMlon beyond doubt and cause but little been the i'reuielcnt. Til lame cum- !I Ity ol the people require that Just and adequate pent sulhit it'iet emounigeiueul for luduelug me todivole Lice .1.la.I.id Inl..t.li..e / alr person' .r ON and thus Kplscopal betaeeumyrr.icls'iweun. t.ln
rai. Wuh"ll.r. .Ir.t Church a sued
lay In the ultimate of Ibe Territory as s plaints that were made against olrlliol in 'I altie be annexed to the violation of law. and, that my whole lime to thlexclusive. brent uf rlo., 1.1.1', II" uf CI.I"I, C"ulIy. doubled cued utL LOCKET. conlalulug Urge lhr .

State, If desired by the people. Carolina and Virginia, are n.lte con'er. Ih..llnlll. retaliation bce Inflicted upon traugreor, not Ihe business, and .I u.s every me. for ftecurfug l or .lodge I h. ."" J,"il .. they may babronijhl mlllalnr.IcllalI18 (.fourth. A .ul.ble re-
log the in South r.r or but lo In .1 lo jmcatie'ifIlet haiful said, r.Mard hit will! .
the
The tenor of these objections tbe .r.lr {'lrolul prominent due and reYlJe. : *s'icie..ful dcvelopmrntof' It. I have made I w.1 return orbJ. rcal the
reply *rruuin
IrDI.le official that Oen. bt .u1.ordh.I"n ub".le.. puid for I beam and delivery of elthi as ar.rr..id. P. O. K. Uepot. .
which' may b repeated to an argument In favor of relieved ala lo"'ard"i',Ihorl Ie..lnd. ." lo'l by .n'l.u..11' t"e \ mints with ...ur.lurer iu ue.rl.Itrb" North I.MI HIKTION May :I 70 J i1
Commissioner Affair
1 Fr "'' lice 1,1* of Ibe Stales __ ,
the measure from the 'Ulill l'lllel | eruand Eastern willruteud them. _
dere eublol aa which and some ollu-r officer his plae-e, for 1 In the Htile Insurrection NttloiiaKjoterumi'tit dl..lul to shirt Walton. Harris. Isabrlgbl luuUllo r.ulII'.ot
".p by Congress on the 3t dr March his dt'ft'oc..the North t'sroliua oflie ITS of, his to. vindicate lbs iuaj.ty uf the -I ,...I..ln our lrludl,1 Southern i Itli-s, should theycjtf fae e, quick sjiitkin .11.1 moustache and, geiutee; To Tax Payer

1MM. Congress then lupposed that tbe II Bureau. law to the sustain tbe ..nl.nt.1, met I.yl people, and r shy manuf-te. lutllJ Indue.cmeut* for pure h"/ul/ ahoul hrshlyh twenty, mud a.)weigh.. uliout age about IVI 'five' feel elfhllu liuleelglerls ''I'AX PAYERS In Leon fan .u..t .least ten per'

condition of DM territory was such warranted It* ---- warn ri-frnetitry to C"II.Tbe amplesupplle* for coining fall t\ and about 1'1'11. 1cenL In lie.payment of their tale l> -
CHOP UX bill discussedOUDKU a,1 ile / twenty year uf" r..c tCI It. y pI'ljlnir
admission s the result of two ON TiE 3lisaisamrrg-Tmiic OvKBKU: W. .. Is intention to have baud lees 1" at tU FforldUu OtHc obuiuintf State
8e ,e'experience -We have mode careful it hY .11')''' a large and 10 lu heIght lopper c-olorij', 1"ldl"lt and LerltuVaies. l"
did show lh every reason which for inquiry ofrlltr who tltCI.fS.' : HOWARII.WiHUiKi.ToN ultra'llva of the .lolecl stjlrs, I.. the 'lul,1 spoken.Niiii, wi lichs shout ItVi pounds.
eJ.t own plantations on the Mu .1u1 .d./t..o A
>iu with I testimony a I leg' ,
the institution s of s Slate Mjy HowardL'OIUIUIaloner waiilsuflhl* uuiket, mind will al low and .r..r Iltr".lu my ii1 irKI IrAIU.\WK.
terrtln'lt government regard to the iluniage clone on the river, below of the :1-i""e"1 baa *- ll .1. "band, at Ibe 1''IluI1'"lbl.lb' -J-t May, hey IO. I
In .1 ''t first organization, still this point, by the Hood. They c/enerally concur I I which, t're.dl other Burru. ('. l.u.1 an alteu-order fi. lull prie es (rl- ] Ifi1!, and lrelt .'.1 of the -- -- -

CntUlef force. T constitution of b V'nlon In estimating the overflow to have rt'l I.el ulxut 'II I lion of all .meer..WOOI lo reports particulars circulation concern JCLMV BKTIOS.: State. lo .hereto Ta Receipts Lost.

at present I calculated to Inspire caution one-third ol tbe lamia. On the lower Mis i Hi il.pi| ''I 1 I log ail of .ruelyad severity. toward (r..dw"u Fire door North of the Slate 1..1.M.y By the'loveriior Allen I 1 H. WALK Kit. PAYS .R date I tlull *"sill| to the

'In regard to the admission of new Slates. Eleven tbe accounts are that the >whole c.unlr I inundated I on their .., part, to r'.n" dlrelcli.n'lu '.! l"A T.I: II V Alirx-, Se-tretar) c.fState 1 hot J5iIge of Ir..'of Louse county fur Ibe
Ac.
from the i reDderlol 'c"uoll. mind "Y. every so .. r"oe..1 of Receipt' for tba inr*
of the old oUte bav been fur some time and trvr. .fe" they -ft. IwO 7,3II. Hlru. .
A ",nW hoe recently wept, over I I aeu." tic'0 an oj>|..rtuulty of fF.I.b. slrxl rMVfl of bilious illmat lM.Sci| 1 and B, hcate been but or
011.I1d
till remain unrepresented In a court-niartlaL The order also
Cooc. I f luthtro has commuted terrible ra beor. forbid* In. u I lbs human >;leiu to and lu C liMlhil'| ,,, A. M \MXllr4.Goodwin J. II ll' .
in. | I.rod..lorl.r !!'
( of officers In i .
:
common Interest of a Ibe 8te.wel fo those on the I I IItantera plaiillng Inten.ll. a* the I :. Agent Soutter.trrn K. I Uauk
age of the Liver ties natural
that the plttinl 'I Commissioner lay such action will almost iuevlu .livity thereby l.rn'111| of i S C
rpIho unrepresented llr'lt in ilnltI rpor that the rainy bly lead to corruption .I II already .lo bitter and rre dix liargum of bile. Al ?" the lurklug & Woods Mall 1 OO-Stw 'lr..loD. I
a4 bour tbe Union should be season ha* set them very by reason I .
relore mUb bhiut. aclooa nature that produre Icier cud Aue -
of tbe .rth810I.o | 1X41 (M* II
the |
completely that those are gnus getting start TLI' I
1 '
plble. a aud it. kiudred discuses. A sallow romplettuu, fapnciou ICE COLD
FROM'
casualties will WADIIINffTO.V
expected to of tbe Federal Govern- ceitaiuly duninwh the cotton crop iconsiderably
sent shall b blden concerning tbe adioUion and we should not be surprised to I Iwitneas W UUI""TfI. May 17.-Barneda. who .arrived appetite, acid oic-uslousl palu fo tb* side, / PAPER AND PAPER STOCK,
b cuule apprehensions (row trlnijs information that two thousand are oflc-n Ibe only sriuptejiiia to warn of iiuprmucbicgdauger. SODA WATER !
of new States .. that In the meantime no new .rl a much shorter i j,' iurol ,cl. S? .. Ml..brlwrrsi ,.
generally been anlicipalecL A ( bate. txo-n shipped| to Mrxlioslnie Ties of UD < OOI 'H
crop
State skill b prematurely or unnecessarily admitted We tn not believe that the report alluded toat I!'I the ddrlloaluD to withdraw the Freoc Ircxiptwa olor.I.I I. lo Ibi> 1:11I| "IUI"I Mlrrrlc, I)t5P5D 'IMILV from PlJKCKLlIN LINEU

to a In the political power which all exaggerate tbe but the I wa. lullC. CWJ.lil..1 rouo'"r".t 1..1 1011-I :N.Ewyoic.: : VJL'NT.tINS, at IbelJl. STOKE ol
on contrary -
plp. litu.lon. c.L ba been put under arrest Tbe yuLe, by I.tdu"lll aethllje.f thee bilUry 0't) ..
o
rauldlll -
tbe wield the benefit that later M.
LIVELY.
Do f aCunL lh the t- timatxs by the board seed '
a" liitry a disiha/Ke of bile ( the
of any Individual State or section, but for the common of alul. (, tbe are under- i him to a very serious .I"ot In the IWliic.lol b..hb.o.IUtu r,1 Writing, Printing and Mania Papers.Mjy May 117

safety welfare and happiness of tbe country. slated. C it may b practicable tu I.O.U of over t tntti,( iu be MercbauU tiotioualliauk sjsleui. It __ __ _

(Signed) replant the crop time. if the scarcity, of seed of Washington.lue 1Id Icy M. I.HKI.r, I O 1".1. J M. IlOamilL
'1.wlol.I. khould not prevent the planting. We presume, Controller,of thee (''n'ocy ba* lixued auolit* I.I. T llahi.s..eA Ml. Mal.. A|
D. C- 15 Iruj ".I11
Washington, May loan. .
.. bo'eer. the seed may be obtained wilh some 1'.110CIjo S.I".II..I.. frauklln, Pa.,and Ma, :. las-I. T. I WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, GORRIE & MUNN
.w trouble where tbl can be dune. Some cropswere i. t Ibe bill ol theme In ,
fur
A FREKDUAS ox THE 8Fa401 Qrxerio.Tke .- replanted year after the fleet of June; .111"luo. r"dewlllo. the Tr' FLORIDA. Attorneys and Counsellor at Law,
following letter, by a but, i il will be remembered that the fall extremely 1..1. taking tb* rfl..IDI t'I. York..u'r"r.blp.d I MONllTT -
r ap tr.ldeD"lof "w ll'HKU fKR .11.500 : IN THE MIDDLE AND
pears in the South Carolina favorable t maturing and gegheriagabkb Insurance Company. dnri'tltnt' 1) do |*r W.I. fi uo WILL IR.\I'Ht r Prompt aluulluu

claimed t t* the organ of Ibe colored people( ('aDoo L cult on with any certainty Ill* said the iodiUmeul jeaiut I el.U'I. DavUbu d'sp4', .", . :W to I.ln. tr "Ia Jlnu
the Sl during te present in.-ilraifhit (bos-- been drawn to weal tb. provision of lie second I BaILing InLod.1 'Ih.l II ,til I U oin-u elect |l'rimudsare i Is-i-h I,
atfrrid.CixxrE3T. "lion of tli. act '1'011 treaaonpamieed July WOODEN WARE, &c. in tto N. I'ONNr:U, tVoprn-ior.,

8tIUU&lL 8 C..April 2 1566. --.... IT Justice. I-J. Field of tbe supreme Court boa txpresood CEUAU Tl'IW AND BIXKETH. May M 1-3 ICE ICE ICE!

lUttur Lttukr : Dear Sir-I denire to write PBUCHISG.-AIA Ihan a letter hula opinion tlwt this snlioa .all previous flue Chorus. Writ ituiket,

you a few lute to express Uqude .pr.l addreaoed through the New A.** hut ...d. OD for Ib. punishment /. ilairauit. Wirebievts I COKJV( CORN.( -
of the Just and convenalive t a fin. wet elo.t.J; liu.rl/n- tiiat Buithes Ax. iLuiudlr.. brouiu, 110\ I 1&1. vti with the
bower JAO.IE O. Dmi'iiTZ describes I 11" "undlol ?&r&Quick
the
II I* my own opinion t tome of our people are .lot 1"01 lu e. a.d lIen Ubr.U. of Door Mll.. \VbiU Wash brcuUe, I 1000 BUSHELS FOR SALE tO.TIEKS & r. fur
capable of being with the while of a eloquent sermon t which h lately listened ailbe d"rud'. slave i Tntvebuic h-s. sud JiasLcU.bed ,
t bo bill in rcualuo to the public laud |>ij 'en. Ijtulers, Jte. m>iir.ij$ WHITE' Transportation of
ittenamoitfiia, I In the tow n of Hear him: May (tl lou r.n/i tJl'TIEK., IceB
mU cl ae D. D"U IL MLiNaiS. I .)\)\)
la I&D. Mississippi l. AUtisuia, Louisiana seed I ItUinO LtI. I h.U Ullow,
the ncbi Is a right I a no The minister painting hi beautiful language passed tbe It provide tell I Iluty May ML iuU t'l ." buyer sad iheap for teach oe the f. A. 4 U. C. K. R.saul t". -. f M
asy ; but I Incline to the opinion tat the happy Journeying u( a pious soul art to ba disposed tr ioa. to the lluiutteaj *- I -- --- t "I persons desiring ice can isa, urdert with the 1
we should bide Q t I dread the through thl world of sorrow the abode fglr. law of 11J, without dlscriiuloatuio on account i[' j SlajJllsiii BK J J lrA YHI :, AjeiitotthExpr_ Companpu.thehuaulru.ds, 1
quenceb to our people i are 6 upon recruiting t officer of clor. Tb price its pmebl I n. It 'be I Iprlvilrgaof I' TO F ER! | or wlltt las &Ip..* r11111 the .
I" Il.uk( bU ao. .
& or direct
the Souh. It > I U 'rD j
is opinion snuriu tend to ia
.that the r mr de Ie i should, fr to amy ofJe J Id wound up" with tb Ik. Confederate ariuy" bu their persons Ukiog tIes&urd oath .r f IM |s':'1".'.' I. saw prepared Cotton Osnaburgs and Yarns. ''Company. IWkwo'U.u" they will t. S
in can never forget Will
l Immediately
of their own accord, and through intelligenceand qutin. ttl you. a.r .J. *.. to route Of I'lTTUS OriNAbl kc. 'b. ateD.. t. Tb rc for deliveriiiK f
Q IL electrical, my beveral | KALi, 1".8 ibo be obtained !' .
bWl. passed the bill, yeas, ; : 1.cu -
sensible bearing be led to tee the annl bard.looking eases, who though .WNew Uouo. B.kll & COTTON CINS "of u"t Yaru. Company
and propriety of rauung us to civil they would me I o:)*. i boie bl Heavy BUertlU Aeol. .
equality. \ obedient a, me uenwbJefr a conscript TOUK May JT.-Tb* Herald's special says, M rvpalr. Those wishing 'ilu repaired ''u"lo ice, rulo at luiuiuLaturira' prleei .. trfK.. N. HAKkU. -DREW.I.r.I'Ic
o | o n simultaneously a k- the Colorado Aduissioo Bill to trod them forward soon i ( SIEllhSiNlndMq J 1.lh"ru .
JOBS BBOWS. I i th nobody expecu ..111" .tJ 1 Couipaiiy. ksoovllle,
I l rl
much will
| .
e- bounty you giver pal f'e tt. Iw4"t'. veto. I| May '.I" rit L 15 'H May tt .tw











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'SPRING"AND' ( l SUMMER- NEW GOODS WHOLESALE STORE.G AND RETAIL 111. LIVELY, 1866.BRADLEY'S For1866.' CELEBRATED 1866. i!


GOODS. .
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..-. I). I B.! MEIilXXISS(; & CO. -0- WB0I&S&&S AND RETAIL I .g !

W. & A. M. SCOTT & CO c
:
FRKSll"ARRIVALS : w R
; A HI: >ou m:<'.::1'I'u I'Ht' DEALER IN r ,
the Schooner Expres.'theIr Mock of K III I

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SmiNG AND 1
SUMMKKGrOQQS &
\\rt-: 11III.t"r.:! : ....\ \roHn .
W R H. WILSON & BROTHER f V our Irirndii. that 1 *r are now mfhlnifa Large a _
I"k.ofSPIINw. miwm
I 1)Y) STUFFS i
CHEMICALS o -
:SUCCESSO1W TO { ( AND f ) SUMMKKGOODS ( pN ,tG E

which, In variety and suits, arc ciinnl'' to any stock liSTALLAHASEE .
t\tt offered In Ills market, and which they offi t to c
their customers and to buyers generally at reduced L M

rye \YILSOX' & SOX,, prices,conrlstini; In port as follows : Each Hoop being Composed


Till mTIIOI TO in DRIES GOODS. At the''Old Stand in Tallahassee, where we aie pre FLORIDA. OF
TAKE tbe pnblle that they arc now receiving! a 1".rclto supply' customers with nil kind of Two Perfectly Tempered Single
choice and varied stock of good Our business
will be conducted strictly upon the CASH" SYSTEM.! Foulard !!Silks freD; >Unc\ FASHIONABLEDRESS HAPPY TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS PATRONS AND TIlE PUBLIC GENERALLY THAThe SPRINGS
A strict mlttrmn to the above system we are convinced Organdie Kobe, llnrnrr, I Is now receiving hi* spring and summer stock which comprises every article that mould be ,
will enable us to offer great Inducements to Printed Percale, JamnctA, found In a first classDRUG RAIDED tightly! and firmly together! edge to
purchasers. Our stock embraces Printed Brilliants, Motaiubliut, the .
edge forming one making j strongest
Poplin, Fancy Alpacas' 'GOODS I and most flexible, boor.end I ..: aid most durable
French and Scotch (iinglmmii.: Spring made. They will not bend or break like the
DRESS GOODS French American nnd EnglUb Prints. STORE.
!: AND CHEMICAL single springs, but wlllalw8.1 preserve tbelr

WHITE GOODS: Grenadines and Organdies, PERFECT AND BEAUTIFCL SHAPE,

STAPLE DRY GOODS -
1*'" ALL

Embr'dTrlmminga, Embroidered! ,, MUSLINS AND PRINTS lilt; mock has bern selected by himself with the greatest( care and strict attention to purity and A thor CROWDED ASSEMBLAGES I ,
BOOTS AND SHOES, Tape Trimmings, Imperial Frilling": ouch knowledge of the want of the country aud will be sold as low us can possibly be by any similar CHURCHES
Mutna Points Royal .Frilling, '
elta"lIsbmelit 10 .
LACE MANTELS oPHYSICIANS'
Pusher Points, Val Ury..llett! THEATRES,
Hats and Caps, Crockery, Frem Percale, Doric rktt RAILROAD CARS,
Dryads Collar, Tlftsue and Lee Fall Veils, FOR PROMENADE,
St. Mit luu-l. do Dimity and Fancy Hands, Collars find SethGROCERIES
Wood and Willow Ware, Tin Diomcd do Plain A Dotted Swiss MuMInt, It PRESCRIPTIONScompounded It OR HOUSE DRESS.In .
Tarlton, Mull and Nainsook Muslin*,Table :Roc 'skin.. fact they are superior to all other' combining!
Diapers, Towellings and Longlawn, Knibroldi-rcd: COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS AND
Ware, Hardware & Hollow- and Scolloped lIandkereblCI"i Swiss And Cambric with care and neatness nt all hours of the day or night. His Stock consist In part of the
Trimmings, Vnl. : / Inserting. following articles, tie\ : MAHIL1TY.:


ware, Family' Groceries, FANCY PARASOLS. Boots and Shoes, European> and American Drugs and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Fine 'IKQl"RB FOR

BRADlEy'S 0 DUPLEX ElLIPTICOR

Yankee Notions, &c. HOOP SKIRTS English Castor Oil, for family use, Perfumery and Pomades,

.-.a- HATS AND OAFS, Combs, Brushes, Soaps and a great variety of

We would respectfully "ask the intention of the 1.olIes, and, Mlnsrs "Empress Trail" (Hoop Skirts, other Toilet Articles, &c. &c &c. DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT.For .
Lndles to oar slock ofDres.s Lndteeanti Mlsncs Purls Trail Iloo skirts, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, sale Manufactured exclusivelyby
everywhere.
Muse"AnntuvabluTrail'
Ladles and Hoop Skirts. .
CROCKERY ",.., .HIt t"oluh, '...er... N1.rr.q ""rel,.f......../., ..r..".'. ,...,,,,..., ..r..... .11... the sole owners of the Patent.
Goods, MATTINGS. ....p.. I.r". Nnd, pat/r. 1ew.A.., ..r.. .r.....' AA.r .....A...."a r.r"" .,.,Aw.. WESTS, BRADLEY & GARY,

which I. complete, embracing all fabrics and Sl)In. Agricultural Implements,&c., BOLE AGENT FORHELMBOLD'S No. CHAMBERS:\ A Not. 79:\ A 81 READE 8TS.,
444 11.4 White Mattings,
,
A few we mention i H4,0-4 Check Matting. PREPARATIONS OSGOOD'S OHOLAGOGUE fEW YORK.
Alexander Ilobe Grenadines Nouveate AT THE For sale In Tallahassee:, Wholesale and Retail by
McKlBBIN ALLEN,
'-, Broohe Grenadines, Chene Alpacas, HATS, &o. and Hunter's Celebrated Specific. D B. MEOINNISS A l o.,

Lyon: Plaids Printed Jaconets, LOWEST CASH PRICES !I0 KIRKSEY HOPKINS& JOHNSON,

Printed Linens" Organdies, Oenti Ladles, Mine and Boy. Ilats, of ill styles. BCPPLY- A.GEn II. MEOINNISS, ,

Printed Lawns, Striped OF SUPERIOR and all others who sell First Clue; Skirts In Tallahassee
and throughout/ the Southern State.
Swiss,tmflvd French CLOTHING.Gents Tbe EMPRESS TRAIL Is all the In New
SwiH .' P. K'eBrmiants \Having established a branch of our house In New Ii] GREEN AND BLACK TEA York, new London, Paris and throughout Europe rage and

York, we are prepared to furnish Goods of all kinds, Asia.
Kililioiix Col. and Boys Clothing. In any quantity, oo the shortest notice and the mostadvantageous Feb. 13, 1HOO. 44-ly
Bonnet, Molt ,and Triniininir adapted to the requirements of the delicate and sick.

Inrs, Cut)* ntul Sleeves Kinliroulerivs: BOOTS SHOES & GAITERS. : term FISK'S METALIC BURIAL CASES r .
kind,, White Col. and
of all Itl'k Ctith tuh'mtftt Hunte
on CUttUI&IciJ'1ltll to
Moon( on the Lake Kid loves -
and Ucnts, Ladles, Misses and Boy Boots, Shoes and NOT BAD TO TAKSThe '
Lncu Silk, Lixlo Cot Cullers.
HODGKISS SCOTT & CO
ton Gloves, Gaunt- 1
lets, 'ura"III", HARDWARE CROCKERY following valuable lIIedl<:lOl" are so well understood by most persons that they seldom give their: 1__
NEW YORK. phytli'luns an opportunity! of prescribing them and none find It nrcessary that directions should accompany
Lace Points. the "bottle.\ Thu, especially will recommend themselves t slw kept constantly on hand at the Store
Barege Uuclcs, Skirt and Wait Huttlillgll, Table Cutlery ALL J. T. Bl: \\D. Montlccllo, andC. II.SMITH'S It
Tallahassee U 1805. II+ ... For sale bynoMA8
,January -Iy Store, alIloot..n.
Hair Coils. and! Nt'ttx, and many cither. articles FINE OLD FRENCH BRANDY, OLD HOLLAND GIN, '&- W.A. W. SIMMONS.Monllcello ,1

too numerous to enumerate. FANCY KEROSENE LAMPS MYERS A CORMAN March 27, 1"16."' BS-8m .
,
March 111, 18011. M l Fine Old Whiskey Sherry Port and Madeira Wines
_____ ; KALEIW I IN HARNESS AND CARRIAGEESTABLISHMENT

JUST RECEIVED FANCY NOTIONS, for medicinal purposes, on band and for sale by SADDLE.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and ;.

TIN WARE -- ,.
BYSP1LLER.CRICIIIM&C" M. LIVELY.
PLATED WARE FINE GUNS Tallahassee. Florida,April ii, 18d0.! Gl-l1, I HAVE JUST RECEIVED!: A LARGE ASSORTmeul .
of Goods, consisting ofGENTLEMEN'S
\\ WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE -- I AND LADIES'SADDLES
Aiii&
Table and Pocket Cutlery and I ,' .

GROCERS FANCY GOODS. NEW RI[ STRLGREGORY Floe Double and Single Harness,
Bridle., Collar and Whips' ,
MP I'atche: .and Clocks repaired and warranted.Marilj Saddle Cloths,
ANDCOMMISSION Groceries.NEW SI:J." G".-" Shoe Finding of every description,
Leather of aft kinds,
CreamCraekers. C'hoeol..le. JULIAN BETTON ...._..- .:ID
MERCHANTS Egg:: d. Fig.. TRAVELING SATCHELS AND
11)1'1',1.,,, Wl\fere, I'eaache., DEALER IN TRUNKS t

rBARRELS 1IKSS: )I'OKK, Pine Arl.le Cbce.e, 'fometoes. Shoes and Leather Saddle and Harness Hardware, .
ChedderCheeso. I'eara. Boots DELOUEST & co. Carriage Trimmings.
i/U ,5 barrel! Dried J Peaches'', ('bow (Chow quince., TALLAHASSEE. FLOIUDA Wagon and Buggy Hubs, r
100 Sack!! Outs l'1cl'OlIlI. lurreol: Jelly. Buggy Shafts,Spokes and Rims
Ale and ClmlopngneCider. (iuavaJelly. 131"' KIIIMT U UH NOHTII 0&/> / TUB STATE UASK.JatJMarth3 Buggy Axle and Springs,
200 Sacks Western Corn Altllolld. .
Peach Brandy. ,
,
I lwk1.'' I-Jm! : ;
,
100 Cases Whiskey! Drl1oly. Iwal".. WHOLESALE' AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS CARRIAGES AND BUGGIESof
Ityo Apple/' Extrael. ellll'd, -- !JiI:: ,
20 llnrrcls IVnii"ylvnni.i Whi"kty, Wblllke. Bltlur".. l'ruOl's, F. M ;PARLEY, Every description "
800 JtarrvU Extra }Flour Champagne, lIerrlllK'. Machine Belting. :
ILK Cnnvasa Htm IIIIIUII, lard or KAIUA.:"SA. FIJI, WITU Work made.. to order and Repairing dune with dis
2,000 ::
,
25 lioxos Tolmi-co, Sugar('unce., Worcester Itllller, Sauce, F. F. MITCHELL & CO., Tallahassee Florida patch.Agent; for WHEELER WILSONVand! HOWE'S 1.

25 Kitts JIuokertil( Flour, tlu Ito&uce. Commission Merchants SEWING MACHINES. J. K.: PURDY
400 llm J\"orll'lll'IIII') ", .lu.br"oDl Catsup} MACkereL 1 1 ;.. Tallahassee. nIL, 0<::1. 24,h i 13-" '
MarshIll. 1st. M 75 POYDRA8 STREET NEW ORLEANS. -
20 down 2 quart Tin ltnckets. T Dissolution of :
-
Copartnership.
20". 3" t. HEreiiEM: :! : "TOl'LD. CALL THE ATTENTION OF DEALERS AND CONsumers -
1, to their large! and seleit ustortmcnt of U hereby given that the partaersbip
20" 4 GOODS Cien. J. J. FIOjUf.I.l1k1)\ ', NOTICE I.I I.
and entered halo on the ant day of
Ilon.lt n IIILTONTullahusre
50 dozen Tin Cups. : I January A. D. 1> and between GEORGE W.
Man\ :'JO Sttl. 51 uw' Medicines Chemicals Fancy and Toilet Articles 4flOibJ
Drugs, SCUTT and (I. POOLE, of tbe city of
-- -- -- -
.- P. B. BROKAW'S Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass dec. Tallaluu.ce, under the. arm of
Stationery, lie.. ". Ne... Cs>..

Also of PRATORHJS & CLARK, Together with article usually kept lu a ant class Drug 8tora. wee dissolved on the ant day of May littML!! by mutual
a large a"*ciriiiic'iit LIVERY AND SALE consent. f

All debts owing to sold partnership are to be re
FINE MERCHANT TAILORS rlIJ.J: PAINTS OILS *C. ceived by tbe said: George M. Scott and all demands
LIQUORS) STA HLKS.TALLAHASSEE ,
on said partnership are to be presented to him furpejuient. ;'
GEO.: W. SCOTT j
TALLAHASSEE FLA.'l.TE : FLOIUl Wludow Gloss both French 1 f
White Lead, and American W. 0. POOLE. ,
by the Harrel, Gallon or ISnttlt -A I.oCjtRRLtOF.S White ZIuc, Paint BrojUos, M.y8 68-Im ,
April> 13. IsOO.! tti Chrome Yellow, Scrubbing: Brushes
u --- BUGGIES, WAGONS AND HAK- :
-- ( Wblta Wash. Brushes .
Chrome I liven
STOP THE THIEF ;
axle! [Nov 1, 1jIJ.! 17
Thomas Hayward ARE NOW RECEIVINU A FINE As Bulled Linseed OH, Sperm 011, pure article
Raw Linseed Oil, Beniluo,
Commission Merchant 1'1'.ortutcutof" BOOKBINDERYTALLAHASSEE. Spirits Varnishes Turpentine, Bath Lampblack Bricks HORS jOLEN.

'1'.U.L,'II,'NN1:1: :. Cloths, Cassimeres Vestings, -111- Shclac, Whiting\ STOLEN from my 81.lIle.1A Tallauauee, \_ :
Glue Putty, night,5th lust,a slim
OS TilE E.tST'SDE! "OF MtlXRoE STREET, Sand
and Emery Paper, Ac.: ,.tc, ::SAY HORsE
Ul-llihlTE MV VLIl TAM). LINEN GOODS, ilub'l'rllJer having ,
himself with about 8 or 0 year old, 13) bands blubthin tall and
I HAVE: KECEIVEDFOK8ALE, A SMALL WT .TIIE lock; of wale-. FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES lame: In one of bis fore feet. A reasonable reward
of choice LIIJL-UIU, : ; Clothing and Furnishing Goods to do all kinds will be given for hi. recovery or Information
Old Wheat. Bourbon aud \Ityu. Whlnkey; Old Cornac In the brat stleand lu all Its branches, and In the that will lead to his restoration.
Brandy; Old Shm-t, Madeira and tUret. Wliieabj most evpfditlons manner. Public patronage solicit EOlI1ob; Hjlr Bru"betil Assortiueut of fine Toilet Soups JOHN 8. BOND.DESIRABLE .
CONSISTING IN fAHT l>r
the case only.E. 10''". He tan be found at tho hou.s.djoinint, WILo EIIgl1b4 Tooth Brubhcs, Night Blooming Cercus, May' 68
8. A Cu'.lIlulON; Co.-k T..llluJ Mint Julep ; Flue Block Blue and Brown Broadcloth\ thick >'s UI.AC KIIMITU.. Miur. C A. F1NUK1SEN.: : Lilly White Sozodont
Heldslc Cbampui>.(l'. A yl> tl.e cae out;. Dotoeklo. Fancy tyring (Cassimeres. Blue Flannels, Feb. icriuan Cologne Hemstreet'a Hair Restorer, RESIDENCE
Rye and Wheat Wb"'l.t-Iy" t> the bArreL Black: Uran! d'Kto:, Blo. Laud. Colored Italian Cloths 13.KNICKERBOCKER --- Lutln's Extracts; I'halon'.hair" lovl orator. 1

I II.ee 'I..,. l.rl>|. liwr Me Wbltc, Colored and .Silk Linen Ducks and Drilltnirs. Co.wrtique| !'owedea.c.: ., Ac.; .t, FOR SALE.
Black and Brown Mixed I'oatlnu: Fancy r
of lon(Ir staudlog:, awl would hn gralided; to know and White MaraelUl.lIIack Bilk Velvet and ttilkVeatlncs Risk THE FINE DWELLING HOUSE AND4 I
wbo out or will |*y me un)tliiiifc', full and ..ce sac White. Brown and Buff Linen Shirts, Lie LIFE INSURANCE COMFY Potash Congre Water on the corner of Adam and M. tX lI
cud 'el1l11e what Cellar., Petroleum Citrtl\ of Magnesia, Augustine> street., fronting the Capitols oSaffiui
you van |I'ay-if It it but :'J: cents en and Taper LIs1c'l'brtaulr Cotton and Marino
iu the dollar, I shall he C"UIt'III.I.yl.1I6. Half Hose, Fine Cotton and Gauze Merino I"n- Burning Fluid:, Cantile Swap, sale. There Is a good Kitchen,Stable and Cistern on
) Bo-if dereblrts. Fine Linen, Fine Jean, Canton' Flannel OK TilE CITY OF NEW YORK l'uJ'I'rlU. Seltzer'.Aperient, "e premises,all In good repair and la altogether t
Extract Logwood, Uehuine.Soap .
one of the moat conveuieut and desirable
and Merino I'ndershlrts, Little Thread, Herlin and dweUlng.
Kid (iknes. Handkerchiefs. : Blaik. aud Fancy Silk ASSETS 1805,.$700,000 lu bars, Flavoring.. Extract. la the city. Apply to
Starch< Indigo, Lemons Ae
CROCKERY.7Sdoi.of Ties .cud Cratats. 8u.pendcrs,Cashmere Ovtnhiru. L c. DEMILLT: Agent.
Also a One assortment of ,' .r.!iota. to $100 March 8,116. 4\\1 l
Protortion n/
8ETTS of Wblte Granitu .and tvery
l'ul" tvuren FRESH GARDEN SEED FROM THORBURN'8.DRAKE'S
360 .. lILtii.IS MEN'S' YOUTHS' ..tND HOYS' ll"filitl"tll *1 53.50.! For Sale,
dut "f" I Ih.hr.. ;{
---- ACRES OP LAND between' tbe Meridian
07 and
10 dot of"
riunuU-r., SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. PLANTATION BITTERS.
at les than New York Ere* ut wholiwle.sod at rpHE atlthlinu of the -ublic U called ta thl.au J I.. Manulngton Koada, about one mile North\ of ,
New York frice\ at nlulL March 30, 1*i6, M-tf i ououf the"uu".I Hu tltutiouof the kind In 'Jal..baIi-1 Dear the residence of Judge Danelly
y .'.. .| -|...* carefully compounded from chemicals and medicine dere4 one of the most beautiful site,
CEO 11 MKl.INMSS.: America, as Us .per <:CD'. ol aserls to lUbllltlesho... I- J < I'rnxTlplloaiii pure at
AF J'rlllI. IsotV! i'j\ During& lu ni'lnce It bu Ixued policies upon all hours.TalluhweeMArchal9gl. near the City. Four very good; lots ot nine acre
-- -- the luf v>f more than >ix thousand peraous,cud has. 50.9mURLIJON: '. I.OMT: : co. each could be made of iu Terms ear,< Apply to
HATS &c. NEW GOODS paid. lu bean., *JU>,i.iU to the Umillva and rrprcsculali A. J. PKELCE.:
>o, of thu.eabobars deit-iucd while went Offlceo Slate Bulk.

AN ASSORTMENT Geotlenieu's: \ Meta OF ,L.VU1ES new t l\lr MlsSErt.,I ......- hers oftbe eonipsny.ThebuotneseotthlseolnpanybeIngMutual, ,proflts, L M.) GAMBLE & CO. ; ARE YOU INSURED ? April 17. 181J11. tt.kf

UEO. II MHilNMsS.: are divided among the poliiy "holder*. CNDERd10\ED- Notice.
Juelelveddb( ___ M __ fulitlcii luay be secured: fur .bort terms, Endowments I THE' '. 13 PREPARED TO IIIi MONTHS! after date I will
i POLICIES present ac
MYERS & G01IMAN{ .. of the following responsible SIX my
or for Life, and ) at death or on .
stoik and
w..l/j.y.bt 'jut received In addition to their a Insurance Companies; vouchers a* administrator of the i
DR. J. RANDOLPH. Ibe ,part attaining a ,' Prrmlunu way HAVE supply ofFAMILY e.Ule of B. F. WLUuer: decoded: ,to U*U..Judge
.
be paid luinnulljr"cwuil auuually or ouarlvrly, to roadune of Probate of Leon
The Gulf State Insurance county for final' settlement, and
-u- : Jt'ST RECEIVED PER 8CIUM1XEKS! during the vxuteuie ut II e puluy, or terminable Company, ask to be discharged.
FFICE OITOS1TE TATL'M'S DRUG 8TOBE. HAVE.and Express, a line o orl lucut uf good on the juymenl vl tilt years' premiums.. GROCERIES The Georgia Home Insurance B. F. WHITSEB,Jr,Adm'r.
Ruildenct Dust door to the EpUi-tipal, ('bul'\II. iu tbelr line,coupling of New btjlca of luttuntiu'e rttfiTed by Company, April f,IwA WMSinw*
JAIL. 2. i6$. 8J B. C. LEWIS AK ut. The Eufaula Home Insurance -- -- --_-- ---- -
.. Company -
Tallahiusee" Florida l'YanaClbO: ,

GUNS GUNS FINE JEWELRY, March.IS, liOtf. S4 1 A A HBL3. SI Lenin and other brand Flour Tin (lermaiiut /**. Co., Tkt Haitorer last (b., Notice.THE .
--- ---- -- \\J\J\ Tkt in O. Eat.teof. WILLIAM FERRILL, deceased
::> bbl. Prime Mess Pork A'iagant >, TAe It/puttie 1** Co.
ANOTHER LOT OF FINE D. B. GUNS Twist Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery Internal Improvement Lands CsnvoMed Sugar Cured' Hams, -0 been declared Insolvent. All person are
1'1.' Breech: Jut recdHd and fur 45 Sacks RIO Coffee, IiwuripK against Loss by Fire oo Dwelling Houses, hereby. requested to file their accounts against laid.
sale very low lj OFFEKKU: : FOR SALE.ON' Estate within three months(row the date of this advutiMunent -
: IU Boxe. "Navy' T..b..o.tou" i l'lor..l'burebee. Academies Hotels Stables" ,Barns
MTElta. iOKI.\N. FINE D. B. CUN8 ,.", btorib, Soap, Ac., .to: WorUbops and buildioga generally.Also with the. Judge' .of Probate of "'''''kul.
lau County for a s< tlrment.Administrator's
April IT MO aDd after the Scat &tof June next all the "" ,on Household Furuilur, Merchandise, Cotton .
""loooloC I.* the* lalcrnal Iaipro\tiucu -AI.SO- lu Warehouses or on Plantations, and other A. M. FERRILL, AdU Dlatra&or.
. PISTOLS.gOLT'd. Pistols, Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches Fund. .., I ly tog la MiJJl! Florida, which au. .. not been ou band large\ ; assortment of property' moderate rates of premium. TaRahawee,March: :!'A, 1t4: M-lat 4 ,
I ti-nlolor ottcr.d fur sole, "ill be subject to entry. LEWIS.
I'crouo.| owning I Improvement upuo Mid Und will Talleha..ee J"D. 9, --. --&- Notice -
('OUl'EJ1 And tIllTli dt W'EI HS'8 AND CAPS b" cvruiillcd to enter in prefcriuc' to other appU- Tin Ware, MONTHS:
of new ...ttero.ju.t received aud for saute, provided, proof of Mill iiuproterncat' be tUed Cotton Gins. SIX I after the first pnbllcatloa of this
will
.,, MilrUJ t.OKMAN.; I In offline before the did tir.t of June. apply to the HOB. Judge of Pro-
1j:rr.. IT Rawrs, liazor St/'f'J'lI. Ila irator of the
of TAVLOB'S GINS of
#
e.ute
Archibald F
prepared to ir.deceased late
will.be aud between who donut $
Jlruthts je! (il FISHING TACKLE aside uj-on th,. iced,prelerrnc wall "be given to the Crockery, bee county.VANS f '
sent to Florida Planters desiring them will dowell RANDELL, AdmIolatr or.au. .
"*>y).f AFRESH SUPPLY, 'Ju.t retired and for sale by .ill begtteo only with ropet't to tbe snukll- and a choice lot of A. HOPKINS.! I
MVtKS Still j"r""tt8. tbe .
MJKMAN. urn rat leral.ubdlYialoo etubntdoc liuproveoieuu.A 'Bd. dd !
April IT a'JCOIN : Miller and"Ui iiiauu on >.aid. "Und' *are uot ided May 1. m Notice.

--- AUO 4 ribs LOT or to furuUU the nec..B.tfy proof by the day. above.v.t4nedandrlaitauats.1taifratk.nAIsettluuanear WINES AND LIQUORS. Notice. SIX MONTHS: after date I will die my dual ac-
.
RINGS and voucher and the of
ilia limirgU Uouudorj Line are sptxUlly uouttcdtbrrevt Tb public are Invited to gire l .* a call "before pnrcluMug (E8.M. HEIR *: COLES are my duly author. Probate of Leoa county' for letter apply to of Judge U ],
iQ AND IS J[. RINGS, ((1IIU'r UllolI,1)''u.t rteelvedv MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. "t.e.: here,as 1Ie will sell nA the U<.c.l vuhprUi1 1 laud Agent to transact buiorM for m.in DTbMUe. Exetutxr on the _I&&eof John W. Cotten.discharge decetocd.
and for sale.bjr t by urd.11.. B>..rd of Trustee luL Improf .. .. J. T. BERNARD, late of tiOd county rF
M1ER3 A. GOKMAN.: utut Fuud. llft.il A It'KLEY.balmuao.: -. .Store orposlte KlrLsey ok Johuaou'e. Agent So. Imp. Export Co. R. (C'OTTEN E&t'r.
April IT' t14t M..nb bloCS 55 March W. IMW" il-'At: April 1O,1"''s ul April. i< '" February C,1w8. i! ww "



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