The Semi-weekly Floridian
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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: June 15, 1866
Publication Date: -1867
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060564
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Preceded by: Floridian & journal
Succeeded by: Weekly Floridian

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She Itm''. WtdIM%' t''tidtau, 1866. For 1866. 1866. !usintas; Qurds" l:httuti.U'tthhlloridiun...\ : ,/.ri'fo, although hit' King) or governmentha.s I'lrlid')11.I..ernl. Then let It ho provided.

: I.ntlhe right of a 'luvcKil'ul idnJ, and ''ill, amendment! ,
:- BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED .. ... ., .. ... .: ....-. .__.. _jritiirtv 'ln..ltltionl
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PCBtlSHKD RVBM TUESDAY ASD nil DAT BT u 0 :N E 'W' ild. That our got t'rnnuutii (....lIIltIilh,1'y that it Ihal no more return to curse us.

DYKE A ftPABIIAWK.TERMS CLOTllhXG EMPOlUni)[ )( '''II':'' \' ill! own acts to deal with the South as Anal, any rate, K,t none be punished for

with n.itiou i id manifest in tin this doctrine until
-- -- conquered: ( : : acting upon it thill Lave
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i! IN THE MONROE BUILDING, 4 light of the eh.inictir: : of tho. o acts. It f ,1. been made indisputably certain to every

..oroue'''''',.*,<........... ..... f *) d OW .o Jii; 'S, tamo. I lowed other nations anal veeogni/oil tin reasonable mind I that the doctrine is not apart

POT ilt month, .........'. toe M TALLAHASSEE.: belligerent lights of: tho :-\onlh-il\ i SupiTino. of the I law: of the land.

Single copy,..... .. 10 '11..Hr..O"_ v. Court iiuaiiininii: +I Iy recogtlizillgtht'11. I need My no more to show that it wan

To bo paid for in Advance : r (>iri-ouers" with her. itulatedx and such n cit il war has: brought her

One (10 minion llnof) or lets, tor the Brrt a s MERCHANT TAILOR nit Ihllt. irn. PnAa.1h'NneaA.A.(4.! jilt her I lor peaco-:and ill one of these nogoti.ilions 1'IIIIhatieuIYIIIlr.tho l law of war, I needs ,

Insertion squire........ ... $1 OC 1 D .\\() IIEALF.1l11OoREADY.MADE 1'nI.t.I K: \Vooimirr, Tih' U. S. 1 Aid divCiimp. : our t'ommisvioiieis' whovent :ty no morn t that sl hc can: never

F.achsubecquenllmertlon......*.... T5Estate w a ai aw mj ran m ts> > CBIH I Ih'iil II III'A1'.IMI. AT4 t'. t'. (t. I Alilile-ftimp more than: halt' way to mcit IUTS vv ere hatless Inll within the jurisdiction of )your Court '

mil Legal Notice to be charged the fame M CLOTHING, I tin 11., Oil,-, w. L. l.o1'lla"l', thief QlIftrt r'"a.I'r.' then: tho IVesideiit and\ the :Secrctaiyol :: : until the l peace-utakingg : power shall have:
tit I.I.'nl u ItriHi PATIIH-K, Juiluc Adtrncntr.Mviil
transient adrertleementec.cept which Notice the of chargeehatl DIe- c I h. !I'"TII. \'. 8. A, A. A. limp Ueli I. State.: IIIt": oral, it came: into a eleai: restored! the foi men sway of the Constitution. .

mlnlon as Administrator, fur 900 FOB MEN, rotTIISII nor I lent. I\M.OS. I'. 8. A., ("bIrru.I"IIIII\ ofllcrr.ivtt.t utider.tand'ngwittutLt'ci'uttthat' : the wnrMiould Hit for the sudden collapse: and annihilation .

Obituary be.Puttees and Tribute of Kefpect charged M Each Hoop being Composedor Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods ivi!. A. n. mmoi.r.:: :,I'A._ ,rM.fMciir.iiii' >-tHIAtMit'ARTIMS bo oon.lucted iuvordiiig to tl.l.ltw: of tho confederacy, tho President
lf"\I'\ would
idtertlsuments. I' : mail Senate have been on our part
IWT D TnURA..n.Uenl
Two Single II.IT!$' t'.\"'!II. Ar.Al 1 da not foiget that: our order N'o. 100 this J jwace-niaking jiowcr. Now, the lawmaking
Perfectly Tempered t ..1. r **. I"I.I" ut1': lib InlHntry, ",mol',. the '
uIlntl! IC'N4N' hit l \t.t. ltd l. W L IXITRKOP t S\. A., Qllarh'.m..h'r.| | wholeid' this. .
SPRINGS the I tint, if Ii Dtlly: viii: < tit+hfd peace-making p nv rr.
, .. Mint. C. M 'ai IA ..
. ----- --- -= tightly and firmly tOI.tbrr.\lsre! to TiiKt>i>ritK .AUTAI, IVst Htintiott ho would, bo laid, for; treason. Nor diI > How great would bo the sorrow of all

i EDWARD BRADFORD JR. BRAIDED! ono lin,,|..and iu,iklnir tbe slronir- Silk Mixed and Fancy Cassimcrcs, \\I'TJ.'II''' A..1. 1'1I1'.n.I.' s. A. I forget that l'r,' il"lIt Lincoln's I IVtul.tm the 1111"'I''l.Intlillll'' of Christendom, at
,,> cst and most flexible, tho I ifchtiMt!&:; l and meet dnrulilu,) I.'. O A. 1"H'III'uII. 71h t.. !" I. POM' Adjutant :itioii of .\11I111'111)t implied that the ease I ,: uitico of the Uniiiited -
:( ( made. Tbry will nut bend.or break I like t the MARSEILLES, DRILLS States holds that 'in civil' and
AUCTIONEER eagle but will their > was: IIliII..no..f treason.: fist tlmv, Il ""C' :a war: ,
springs alwnj-s prcsrnc AND RENF.ltI. ASWORTMr.NT: of the FISFST' Urrrlt !inilh. O| |>"mlnff nny Tilnl ,>f all t.f ftirte as will as ejfin" (.1','('t \pipers: t'i eta in a fully developed ono, there remains

I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. PERFECT AND) UEAUTIFIL: ; SHAPE, llntlv.HIS and had: therefore, in power to ri "cul nor I the crime of treason and wink. for the etc: A

ALL BUSINESS! ENTRCSTEDtohImpromptly 31-1 11 ALL VESTINCS, in nnyvvixo modify the iiiiilerstanding: par.t't : outionor, I They Would feel fresh alarm,

I 10.- LUeatLl.! -y CROWDED ASSF. IIILAUS. LINEN GOODS, &c., &c., &c. l-lll.lt; ,IIIIIikFJI'NI'ILECIIAsK.! : 's-most emphatically not w hil-I l t tho parties whilst every despot would feel- hinlselt'more

'! I I R. A. SHINE, C1IURCI1E8 June I TVOui I'M ; were continuing to act upon that understanding. lii inly ttccthallvcr. Surely, America
: kKiioitit May 2f 1800.!
TltKATnr.8, - i is, of with nil \' of freedom
Tho name: true! lull) actof hoalt(1
:: I AUCTIONEER RAILROAD CARS NEW GOODS C'/H\// .'/Ve /ume : Congress! touching tho. ('ti"e. AltaljliNt stud human: right and with all her dcller-

FLA. FOR FROMENADE. DRESS .Mv DRUJ I Siu\ :-1 I ",'1' that JiflermmD.it hole, let mo My: that, since there was no i'Mi'0" for numbers, should not lie guilty of

TALLAHASSEE, OR nil UOVSE : '\\t U to IK' brought! liL'furc you for Ivinl. treason to pardon: IYc 'idcnt, .,,,1.1111:1.1. : subjecting tho \'I\clullhedpnrl)' in n civil

I Dee 8, 1865. 26trEDWIN _f COMFORT In fuel they, ECONOMY are superior! to, olh"F'1OI.rOlublnlnf ANDBRAOLEf'S ...-- t ln'lioou liuvo: hot I tlm I right to try him ; no pardoning' do. Pardons, Southern:; wur to this liivroftrvAMon. There will probably .

?k A. HART DER.U..T'.. mill I hope.| you will hold yon have not.YourCoiut men nre no mar'i" phico, than: would bo.1 be many more civil warn. The great
Jiiliiiinir-lorK tliol'ontititutiini lti;: \'al'its (I" )Kngliihmon had' ii't'its''lllI'rl..1 majority 111111'1 will orgtniro in the inter
ATTORNEY AT LAW 1NQtan1 ron -nut tlio! law of wur. Hut neither ..lofl'cr ':.lIgl.II hI. cuts nf Ih..lom. Somo of them-|iiifhaps

MADISON. FLORIDA. MKKCHANT( TAILOnSTALLAHASSEE Null D.nii nor nny of 1 his! fellow revolutioniot .Id. many oflhem-will result adversely to he'r.1Vh .
c DUPLEX ELLIPTICOR : I will advert to u fel"t' I tho abundantand :
I PRACTICE IN THE COCRT8 OF THE I IPI an Fuller the' Constitution : nor have ltheydoshalllwcontneriutyrardilie ,
WILL conclusive realms vvhiih, justify llusoeminent
Judicial Circuit. FLA lul't'll.Ilut'n the embarked l lin ablo to the of America
they' nmti'Ht they law\ )jileiid rxamplu :
Junes W/ writers! on pnlilio! : in taking
lit'cntno a ri\ il \t :ir. They are under the -for hanging the \'ampiishcd Washingtoin
the ground iu 'l'II'"lj' and I which, there
Jas. D Westcott Jr. DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT. laof, war-under the law: of tho conqueror ; | and 'rlllklil4! ? I iod, forbid I rUnt it ,
i f'I'jU..lil\- our government in having virtually '
For isle crcrywlicro. Miinnliictured. exclusively VtrE, ARF. NOW RECEIVIMt: A FINK: AS. -n!< cM'liih'iM'ly ns would! IKJ Mexico, were taken it. bo claimed that the Washington
ATTORNEY AT LAW, by the solo owners of the PatroL Tf, rortuirlit of it the, nuti'ml of tho South, that we line : )FranklinM; having n just cause: should not

at TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA I WESTS, BRADLEY & CABY, eoiHiiitTi'il.' In Mjhitf: tJT/iMicr/y' I do A..1 more lnMiirrrrlioii or rebellion is inbo bo hung ( and that I>lavi"I'1 and (.eI should

e WILL GIVE. PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL No. 79 CHAMBERS it No(. 7\I.t 81 READE 8TS., Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings not forget that our ('I'lIlIIental action !i4! put down by municipal or local law: ,- be, bocauso their cause in just is unjust.Unavailing .
tS entreated to him. lint Hut when the. Mrifo rises! into tin1
tho '. thin. action dignity/ distinction 1 For the
attention to conrejanclng and col. rEv YORK. to ( : ) hybrid (Ol'(""rl'r
r '"Special tlnlf. For sale In TullahuMcr. Wbolrntr and Retail )>j LINEN GOODS -this. weak and cowardly vacillation I hetuocn : and I limcri'ioiis of a civil war, thu belligor* would have hit to hold, (:and 'for this his!

'ti Once In the Monroe building, opposite the stores McKIBBIN A ALLEN: tlii- Con-liliition and thu law of war cuts are too numerous to hu held as traitors. own bare: word wOll bo his trnfllcicnt authority .

of A. Hopkins. P. B. MEOINNISSt0.! and Goods thN with the South. Says linniid): Hurko : "i! do not that his Ii and
April 87, m 65-If KIKK8EY JOHNSON Clothing Furnishing di-alinjr now underthe ), OWI cause! just theenemy's
A. HOPKINS, ono 1\11.111'\' under taw otu'r-proves know the method drawing up nu inlietuu'nt unjust-and then his would

A. J. FEELER'! GEO. iand 1. MEKINNISa Skirt. Tollnbuie ('OIl IHTI\O IN rant or Iii t6'' ig Lit its o\MialiMiir.lity. Tho South, ngiiin" a whole i people.' Nor is thn l 110 (.I"RI to go straight tho hanging:way the
all others who fell Kim Cliut In
". ATTORNEY AT LAW. and llirooKunnt the Southern Btatt'i. Fine IIIu'kDitto and II rOil n Brondrlotli' lilac kI if |pence' hr>t toon bier :and, the North in. r'- objection to (cueing" tlieni us tniiturn( in- Washingtons and Franklins.On .

TALLAUA8BKI FLA., Tbo new EMl'KESS TRAIL It all tbu mice In New I Iucl kln, FMII-V HprlnK! C'nsHliiiiirrs, Blur .'llInn"- stored. hi! ngaiu nndor Iho I Constitution." If NU'ad tlf'l'III'III iu war, overcome by pardoning the other 'hand I, thero 'is not in all
it' York, London Paris and tbrougbout Europu and HI u>k W.lJIlI.'kllld Culllre.llt"UolIl'lulh all\ but a fL'11'1' sligm.'t. : tit'11'1'lt"
Colored\ it i 114 not 10I'1..111.1 her C. enlightened friend. of human
1'' : non >
Office Stairs over the State Bank. A Ia. Wblti. nnd Fanry l.lnrn \Ducks und Drill- represeulat'on | 'hrilllI.m
;' up Feb.18 1 1806.! 44-1, logs, HI,K'k and llronn Silk Mlxod Cunlhifpi, Fanr7 in (CdiigrcH..; and, our troop'! in the on should not come IIMHI| any of I them : nod) rights who would not rejoice in tho
>', Feb v,11111! > d-I, and \\liltr Mumclllos, lll.ick Milk \fl\i and $llk midst C'f her, nio nnmtigg.t tho things which tho ,iiardoilbut. (laNtomiil! just"'nd ..wiping( influence on tho canto of human right of

"t'r JAMES T. MAfIBEE uMntss tant; Ventlnir and l'a) ,|WbltiBrown er Collar*, LUIeTbrcnd aud Bull Unvn, Culton tllilrt and Linen Merino j>roe it is not,)) thou in oho Mill nudor the it oft: Hy tho way, the spirit of Republican : your refusing to recognize the crime of

Attorney and Counsellor at Law half llnse, Fine Cotton; and (;isnzo Merino I'M- law of war. Under t MM law let her he itiiriilird institutions"' utterly forbids distinction trl''HOI in a popular after it has.
durslilrt Flue Llnrn iliu Jeans, Canton. Flannel and. the f few' rililll
between the
: -tliis holding
I AND and Merino I'mlcr.lilrts, LI"M Thread Berlin and i for' her violation of thin law-ho it many r.achel the stage of For thereis

SOlieiTOIJNJHANCERY.TFICE DR. MILES H. NA8H Kid Rlovm, llnnilkirchlcf, lill.. k und Fnnryt fur Ntnrincj:; our pE'llllllrl'M. aKxiisHidnting! ; only the proiiniiitnt l few reHiionsiblo, flub not ono such, who would fail to see in
t, Tie and Sunpondcru, i'atbiniro. O\cr>tilrts.Ainu reducing the. to mere ciphers.
g our President) or for t-lnughtrring: on tho ninny They" thin reftisal a proper respect| and deferenceto
.. oa the Florida.first floor of the Marine Bank, Office in Rear of Post Office, n Hue nosorliui'iit ur1IEXS' hattle: .Hold our urnndered! : I'rillnner"11'r .- w ho ehoxe I H:av'is t Stephens' for ofllce, were numbers ; or who would to lee in it
Q. Tallabawee fui
Ji \V, 19118. 43 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. YOUTHS' AND) 1101'S'SPRING {' thin law: if they participated' in any tin recpiuiHtlilu for their choice iu were llit-> tho mnkinl of revolution easy ; and,

A M.-D. PAPT. a & nlLTOa. JST" UKSIUEXCE WITH IK. M. N AIII1.. p AND SUMMER CLOTHING. ',1' ilii'im. iiriiiien, lut oven her I Iavies: nab vis and Stephens fur Muhmilting, to it. As 1 bl.ter. the making governments .
V :. :. : I''nllonal.lo11111,1 it bo to ptiuixh I ihi'ihoxrnin 01
Juue 5, 1006. TO StepheiiM,' and Lees i IK tried ; and. I add" morn of juhtice! 11 order to
March 'JO, fyU.: M-tf tho ehnnsers 161'I eh""' in tho choNCII.
I as ers
Hilton -
Papy f.ir; mi ollVnce \\haloverHhoulil they heliitd prevent revolution Hy tho way there

,f I, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Medical Notice. SADDLEHARNESSANTCARRIA8EESTABLISHMENT hy iinv' other than a military court.lintuhy If we puniNli HI" 1 i.. nnd :Slcpheiifi; ,. Homo who deny thu right of rl'Olltlol "in ,
-0- eoiiHihlcney. reipiirm lie to pnninli' then.colds
tlo I put the South on the foot. u ly in a republic where
': TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, DR. WM F. SHINE : and if HO let. the thousand: unpunished r"I.u"lo-cll'ccl
i.f'a nation1] I tlo go in
.. IntrustedV jug : ixiii'iuercd MO, I tat t, Hiitlrage 1M cxeu"c.1 as our own ; and.
attend to all business
AH71LL* to their promptly IUS PROFESSIONAL: SERVICES! To --- lieraiiHO: ilt (lie light of tin teaching tit' ,coiniNtcncy reijnircs us to lut Davis ) : liciicu .do they deny the ruvolurionints.
W\ OFFERS of Tallahassee and vklnlly.. Oilier 11.\\"E JUST ltEl.tIHIJA: l l.AltOf AI>IIOI&T. and ailvaneed and Slopliensgo! unjiimished.. in the
Jirll 6,1' kt. _____ tbe Court Rouse I meet of Ooodn. LinislxllnK of theUKtHt Most puhlioiMtx, I it republic are eutllelto humanities
r. :i'- R. H. Shackelford oiipoilte January 9, 18d$. 3Mlm\ GENTLEMEN AND I.ADIF .ljj&lnLE him i-t on it j 2.1, ItvcaitHu. our government II. 111'11'Dllt numbeiM( take an important of tho law of :there may .
; it U not, only reiisoimblu to be-
tl.t in committed hy its own act during their bo on unendurable opprcHHion in a republic ,

ATTORNEY AT LAW, Dr. C. BETTON. Fine Double and Sill!;I., \harness \\ : to regard: the South lu on thin fouling; li\1 I hat they think\. lh'yhaveuuhetigruund (there have 1,1'\1 in our 0\1)) as under :

o. n MONTICELLO, FLA. -0- Bridle, t'olUrs and 'li IIlpt. 811134:. lii'taiiNO of till ahundunt fund con- fur it, but it j It also reasonable to I btlievuLhat 1IIIIIrl"IYo It is. where

k May 2'.1 W-flm OFFICE aa REMOVED T.kIm JTO/ mil RESIDENCE.. Hbo Paddle. 1'lndlnK"tI"th; of every description clii-i\n rcttbous thero aro why pulilicictbhlionld they hu>e homu ground for it. And tho oppreu' oligarchy i great Itt it in, which,

J. .. OOBWB.SI. Le.ether of all .kind, have taught an they did, and. whyniir ill this connection let inn add, that if /government affects the cjucitiou of the right of rl'yoll'
H. D.Minni
i) lark. ApalMbtcola.\ DR. J. H. RANDOLPH. gotvniuient: should Imvo acted us it is entirely just toward all its gulfjectd t"I.
1 GORRIE &: MUNN, -0- TKL'NKd.4: it U hardly KiippOHublu. lli.it any conHiderable Humanity is, on the 'hll. constantly
STORE. did.l hare .them will be found; ,
OFFICE Huddle und IUrni>ai llurdviiru, l I-t. A few citation will show! that I milking In nlrnoMt
x Attorneys and Oonnsellort at Law, next door to the Episcopal Cliurcb. TrilllmiWeN'agol arrayed ag.iinst/ : it. That. revolutions occur progrean. every age it
Jan a. lM11d. II'J Carriage have not mistaken these teat'hiug V'at- take Rome marked and wide ,
flub. 11''II'&r.l.| ] '
a PRACTICE IN TilE MIDDLE AND and Hug| is. to be asciihed I mainlymid well nigh tint !-
WILL and Kluu, \\l1..au I : and onwards. Such a use will it take in
Clrculta. Prompt attention givento holey Shaft bpuke
bnalneu. DAY ANT & WAPLES UUI ICY Azlu and t.rliiK| lint ",llCn a nation hecoiiicH divided crnally: to the injustice! of Thai /gov'ei'lunenl.I'Nprcially thin age, Christendom shall declare her- it

May I, 'UtI flfllyNathaniel FACTORS, CARRIAGES! AM) Bt'GiIES uf :! into partieH n""vlntolylncll'I>l'mJa'1Jt. and I no ; by: force ready of their should iiiMtitulions. be Kej.iililicjiinwho and education self against tho recognition/. of treason in a ,

Hamlen Everdeocrlptlon.I..hllil ,, longer ackiiowliilglng\. a ('olllmollllnl"rlor, civil war. Will she thus declare
Forwarding and General Commission hoHor. nnmhcrs jliMtenal wllrltllil"! Ilfrl'lf
) vu. the Ktato in. Jiiedve'tl, and the war between | A mighty' lm|>ulao toward ,1'0'
lilt the, few to blame rath"r' i
COMMISSION MERCHANT, MERCHANTS.Orarr Work made tu urdor and lti'ulrlug| done .ltli dl... the two gland: oil the fciiino ground, in ; government feel from your inviting Ler ((. it. 1
tutu the iMiijil. specially: hlioiild !
E..I_ as i .; 7010 ..,...... .ne... Ilay mm* WR col. IHrtttm, I tiaicb.A2fiitrorv1ICRI.En&: WILSON'S' and IIOWE'U every respect, M n public( war lictwctn' they bo to \iew( with charity a however Aud who kuoweth," my old, amid hon
81'\\': ;ISG MACHIXti:: J. E. fl'RltT two ilillcrcnt nation. They decide their where it in urabluau1lhelvuIllr'l std, .wiethortLonat
ORLEANS. It'llUlo !
NEW SAVANNAH, GA. Tnll1u.cc, Fla., Oct. 34,ISM. 13--" irrel two diflerctit great wrong, peoplowho t the
'jii' : hy arms. a*. cationswould driven into it. come to liu.loI for such a time
nooses; Special attention given to tbe sale of Cotton Tlmbor.I .1.... llio, obligation to observe tho are ?" Ue.utitillal.1 glorious for
Lumber aud all Country J'roduce. BLACKSMITHMACffiNE C. Civil warn, unless they nhall bo allowed W tliL your-
Wm. ,
Gen. Bailey I 'IIIIIIOIIII\\\1I of war toward each other country and mankind will bo
(' your our
Tallabaaice Fbk he conducted) their linalns )
Klrluey ft Johnson, } R. J. UAVANT Ja.\ W. D. WAPLES. to well
kl' 0. W. i A. M. Scott ft Co., of the l leU firm of Daunt Lawtou. & BOILER SHOP Ihcnforu nbsohltebndspeusahlyb'uldinguu ,, : ); as ill nil their stages by the law: cI'"ar, C'liel' Juiticenhip, if ioj hall incline vou
Dr. Thomas Munroe, I l, May :U Tam hoth parties: and l the name which till'hII'M thu. illustrate Aud not little would
_. will, ere long, becume "black 11.1 ig" :and,
I. R. ILurU Co., rDennam
I "I'lIalioll14 imj Ken on all nation in be done gaining u the of

.ldftTurnbull ft Palmer, }I IH I ..oDI I ee II o.n A....*...*MIIJ.IR......., .....B...TUOlf**......, D.*..O.*..LtVr.rooN............. TALLAIIABSEE.JLOItlOA.llE--q I bTBaCBIIiLK: \ tr.n: ,.:a<:tioiui between state and slaw>." '' no '11I that rtlr'! we warn.nlmuld And Lave in lost this. pi.iro: hano South, .lluM tuwart you from your heart high place :

_. Llvtng.toR *: CoI I \lAt.'ISU., As our U thin if Vatul! bay our conn- : that she not to be
C. a. e.lth, J MidlsonJan. Miller, Thomas A Co., ; 1. upend l a shop, ou .; l'rt'ci.I ly Call an try had: not our government: consented to nay ollgh ,put on trial p
r dt-pol and ill hi luiud.ll.ill.ini for treason.
41 a }.anteiif| 11:1.11": uit only, try Davis;
Ira do WrllCbt. Late Clt .. urour.cl.a:! ICiulruud, fur taw. let the war bo conducted I I according to the Jttcrlol
P uexula >urioae ;
| I
.M 'for it would be
CuL wLL &; (toss. COMMISSION MERCHANTSWholesale | of relHAil1a"I.CINIS. I l: : II.clluhty.V deller.unltUrl.,1| l law of w ar. 'Hie North would rather 'have to try "crlll it : and :a >
A eon.
RelUloK'oa authorities such and I all of to hint would
}TbomuWeOL on wrong by each nfher
HArdawsy .a KclUDlIOn, -AX BOILERS AND MACHINERY ;ivcn up[ the South than havu tried to holdicrby et
B, IBM.It. atJ-l, our enlightened ,day fully sustain aggrieve paw to to hituna.ll.
I warcarrie 1 L wrong
Grocers Will repair or build newMer\ \ Hiuok Slacks, a < on IIJMUI piano that'
How ad
In of civil llallum rtll
.. POaT. A. M. HOBBY.. Fence Kaiilagof lI"y""lwro." nod keep ion&taulljrin Vutttl. kjieaLiitg war, I.r a inerciK-h: barbarixni.I should in this,
IJ.VASS.\U. GA.PROMPT baud ikidcr flala ft"ote, all slaw, Piling lid 1 ')"" : tho great trial-hour of her' "i".IIU and integrity
I). There civil)
POST &: HOBBY, ATTENT10N0PATU TO ORDERS and of Elbuwe any <,iicril said will>uuu fiirnlub lOt short taellUlC..r ai.llce. SANe IIM'" *.I.'Wlllulld or Iron I "Tin* vaiMMwhed| are to bo judged hy war, and (''|sv iuttnireiing'ially! to tho enough d.'tl-ated ill a party, !his found 10 li.taku in regard to

made on Cotton eoiutlitued to tbfiu.lood .- and iml la order wbrn required, and Cotton: Inu liar ruli I nations, not iniinicipnl law. without to it'atU-r the hascastsI. her IIl'l..l. and duty t ,t'noul"" '" the
( fur any part of Horldu and Georgia; received repaired. in inch adding;: lighting; South for
General Merchants J.1":1ulaYIlI1Ylllhal: case, bringing oi the war Hut 1 her
r Commission and forwarded.4U: I..aiu now pet pared to furnlili Kuiriuea and MUbi .\wlllun.ly, tlIUI.Itllo spirit ofthe
The to be treatediuiording ) ow u for it i.
Odin', 1 : 14-1, from tbe XVaabinKton Iron Wora at Newburg, New rari'juishexl ought man who to incretsu the niilleriug of relltlliJil) no hUian
NEW ORLEANS, LA. to the rule not "I but that in
fork fcrouua wUbini to purchase Enflu and mnnicij.al, till' South would break the with1ler 'I Nay, the light of
t No,. IT, U6S. 30 Kllla of tb. abuT pattern ewe lu so through tuv, of intei national law." agreement tilt: fact that her to
I Hodgklss, 8cott'ACo.., and clan\ b... them put up. HpeiUl atteatlou paid to carry: on war under the law of temptation betray
F. M. FARLEY to i.bkuutiou work uf all kluj Carriage,, wags ,1na111'clckersd)'* : war is not to be tlt'lIyil..I.. trttdvm and Ituticu were wj much weaker
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ana Vu.icy work duiui to order. 11 I li jA (theleader'follow'mare also more than: th.1,1idl availed the South, her I;
OF MAUA5NA, FLA, WITH Jiy strict atleiiuon to bumi aud r'.soasLle. I 1.,1 give no more rla/fll in nupiiortof khare of the .
(.barge*, I hope to reeelvn a churn of public. JHt&'II' or h '* puiiihhuble u aider and abettor, the authorities I cited. lint it will b he re pon.ibility, for the
F. $4 OLD {
NO. war i is far the She clamors for the
IIC" l.rui.to.b T. J. 1I.\&ir'r. UK hue;; all their numbers are not grown s o Raid that the Constitution defines greater

Commission 'Merchants, Thu.. W.H.&rtt Budo.-k.. Am... lato U. W.of beau Banbeltui* Co.,Brut TsuaLu..ee;; Bultinuin.O fUl .. sareaiNcse 1 |large that a kiucere belief fcxiatu that he or what is tr.I.lul that plainly Court must .mnishtucrit of tilt:South\ ul.Jl'r the Couititution. -

D l H. 1'.1..01 Bnu Pooto Babbit Balnbndy*. (<*. JOBS C'iKDT, JockoooTlUe, Florida. they act: with tho GOiincut of the nation, or your Hut the khould ''t.Illat this
75 POTDRAS rTKtET. NEW OKLEAN3.unamxnu W. U Fool,of Ira O. W. brat Co.: ToilaiukMiM, Fla Jolla O ) follow the J. I admit the pl.iiuues South been J
R RAauuLruT.allahaues that: a dh'uuou of the nation Ion Ultenpl.ice very severely
---- --- a.epeeLd .--- Dr. A. M. of the dutiniliun. Hut certainly, I luni.'ll
; April WMku into two hostile Ju the lat aln.aly. She the South ha
1I.ltOO.'r cajups. must not ailmit that who does
attention given to Lb. sale f all kludt ofSOUTIIEHN every) ,
GeL 1. J. rnriBT', Uk. City till a Lar.llieart. Hut it is not LarJerHIm
the rebellion becoeuacitII
ter (a e war
lion. B. B. UILTOI Talbih_ PRODUCE lOftY.......c..wr....... .mints.........cabinet.JOHN ...... .. the right La become ,1'JuLtfulllllJ i U left; H hat ill another WVIt I.t treason, ia himself : her own. The heart that can refusegratitude
IIarcb ::10, 11154. at-Urn guilty of it. "'r'ndlor Enghish'
and to tile purchase and Shipment of CARDY & CO. a It iu tie want between Jl4jnral uuto inva-Je us. The Coiutiluiion.il.- I to tho brace: forgiving' and mag.unimoiit .

BOOKBINDERY .MOUUNILI. AMD PU1TATIOM GOODS, JACKSONVILLE FLA., the Jtctoiou of ail Almighty:. judgement.tlott .- army ill ion J"'riL1 thu act ol In'a11 i.f this black *:\ i'Jllf our country and
that, by denying them nurTrage throw
( 'lit.) Under such a J.re..uIIII'ti | it. NevcrthtleM ; can
WARE, IMPIIMIITS, .u1.'PACTrREM OT STEAM EUIEh!\ ; army.V'e we them under the fret i \ tlll'ir111
1, and Do.llen. &w8114 "rUt Mill. ttoirw MUU' every: citi/en. u Ixjund to clear himselffur do not try it 'for treason. Why lot / Simply again > op-I
TALLAHABSERanbacriber MACHINERY. &c. and. Sugar Pali.. llal\lolr and rune]., (!!. (i.-.nn", the one or the other party (according U-cau-u it U of another nation. Hut f.rtr i j. I heart that, need not look
anbacriber: kaTlecr -- He., Iron and Br... ('....11..(.. I to the wine law of Solon !I.. u bound abroad fur a worse one The c.ln the ,
into ,
+. ed bluiaelf wlli. .IFCKCMCCSI Krpalri of Morblnery atteudrd to .ltb dUtwfrb.Partlra the South ( /lt uj I auperior auxk ol mate Menus Currier ft Co.. Sew Turk. who are In cant II' good STEAM KMil.NK: : ) to do it-to go either right or I..ft'i) ; and for lhi tim' I Ijeinjj into another latilanl herself thaw Hit ,11t nee Js hOIL. I.
...'.. fcuw prepared to do all Uada ... L. Moore, Urtffia, u..' would do wrll to fire( a. a call. W* refer tb in IoAi thin neither blame nor luui ,llrn'lIt call "1"ulllIot by tl" ide of the South in rlll
ia UM bat Mjl. and in all lu brancbea. and U Ibe Brjanl Croom; ttumigumcrj, Ala. Mr, "ett"noaC".ol"rt... .. I reach him, whatever the n-.ult of the hat- t..rtfor. try ( OII r.l.nlal u fur; common kins. )i
v t
moat ezue4iUuua manner hlJ cpaUODaceauhci"cd. A. Hued, Uocon, Ga. K. C. f 4BEHILL, r..a.l.J The Noith has: desolated and
Wu. J. M. W. UILJ, a a' a ale be. Thn we are only vilor and wtranged
He ca be loud at the house adioinlnfOB1 E. lSoul Ia'on Ga. may have admitted pl.uimitiiot the Curtetl'
BLACUMITI eaor. C. A. FlNUKle .... G. Wbitleld\ Uemopolla. Ala itna HiMrma, M Y. I v.mjui.hed-not loyalists and rriminaN.Aifl .- | the South. WhistLer all this was or ,1
Feb. U. 1.... 44-Ow Wiu. tUilrr, frta- blur Bank Florida.Talbb Mie.. I 1 J. ,RAWL, TilJ.M.e, it U dirtiiMilt. tuti"l/tfJt'lilt.' I.la.l.fI.rmtaatau-, Dot neie "ary, it U net erthelens clear that
110.... E. uUJUm, rr... Md. fire It.& Cwu- I Iran1. And T. J KnMkti, Leon ('''lfIIt,, r'U, who try although to state thej.ro-, other and mo.t vita.J-iiut i Jft.dfuIO.I: f her i is
HSK'S METALIO BURIAL CASES. B.illraore. I niui.'oi>r Cmrlnc.: I cue moment Ilcn rtlrtllion cea'ei and "II I' I're..at11" to win and)comfort and
alel"I.I.w...... H' Again, M Hoe A UJ.'8 erlckralod Clrenbir and civil var connnejice, there netcrthelemtp Melt heLlfurtrensuu.J l rowI ) tl" StJtl tlulILllitt II. bk-iii the South. Great a* i i. this work, it ill
.. :
other B wi.rr II.Yu tI'Qt.Iaw..r
GOTJDW1X A. 8. I I .. an eoKeutud ditTererice between them can, LO"l.yr. be Moue i true, that the !
Il.[...C..............., .......WOODS.Goodwin ..' .' : r/.A'j/A1 CASH _P..J I I : tombine l with the ,'JtriJI of rre.idt-nt has, by his hi, u.lldemoralie4
4 laid H Liu tie iiioiuent ha arrived, it Uthiu )
Sierra AI, l... 5411 State sovereignty, tha the' M'ar. i ,I.lcv
& Woods, I for the ictoriou party tu ettt-nd Since IKJ small I the.Slulh.. For 1>oIL'j"Ly ,

) .. baud at the gture. la P. B. BROKAW'SLIVERY I Clemency, uudeveu puuuhment stall of the North und aar":Urge\ majority. .tat.u\u of til Ca I the way, he i* IUH to be to set )'
LL >* lui eosiUnUy oa awl jmlge.1. almost necessarily out of
A. U J. T.II&DO.&.: MoBUnUo.and C. IL ttMITU'd PAPER ANlH> STOCK I fur pru'ltuce Lumaaity would dictate ktatfekiuwi of the Suth iutlU'Uug ivtuJtfllrkon his I grew
Store MilUoB Fla. For .*le by AND SALE I Ii loch a v< urke.Iu and Ma

  • ft Mo U eUo, Much THOMAS, 1"-4 alt" A"54Soi W.A. SIMMONS.. X.. :SI .... ..., bclwvrai.... ..
    W1IUa.s NireerrEw.., % 1"\ : American dti will to bu rittcu. it '. tile I l aulikr, anj iu ate to ret.pouil
    i\ H'1' A J J 14 F: S.A Cyelb| ; to kay that a.le'll.tu |iuiiu were to the claim
    r HATS, &c. YORIC.: by our fvllow-titueu, lr laeber( are the taken to khut it and all keiublanct of it out i of truth and rtaMjii, Le

    A N ASSORTMENT OF LAD Ed. MIsoEdXui a -.- \II.\ijriEE. t'LjIU fallowing linen : of the Cuuttitiition. ""hal" the ktreaia Iu the(pruiivuJ UloCctaivl,luVh lie

    *i 4 1. JSi5edtbyB"UCllairMil3l! .>.>.TS3. .. : Wriing, Printing and V\tPH Papers. I IARRlAUN: AI.MOBlG .IEt!, WA-MX8 AND liAR.I I uXo one iucurn the guilt of beacon by of blood htd. in thi Learnt war Lu.t Li nct' i nuiw awry

    &prU e.ll1GG. a9rJlt I May 1" TUf I _, NLaafurbale.uv7t+u5. 17 an adherence to u King or government


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    In Thotnnm-- -Illr The Kvporl liSt o. .AdmlolMriulon fr Jsmllrr Inn MoM. From the National IntellIgence From the PenlnraTar.
    nn.rn. The WltMittlon In riorlrin. not:TII fi.omo

    _,mi-'uhl! loribia Ib-piirt ,'adll TlimmiMIllr in of n dastardly(bt. the outrage victim inlet ly I ollar that the House of has llppresmlalivi changed thin, Agent of the* Precdmen's( ounly.The .Bureau at JI IIJi. NEW 1011. May 10, ttfI, -io. 4. '
    contm II lid in being says Hlfl"r. thJoint
    7: the lion. Thnttilcvt' f
    of theta of five having complained to Oen. FOSTER of' a partial ) 8tlNf tl"iNlfn The South Florida are cutenslve.
    and for mode poundon epabltc.r
    _.- = ..... a lute om..r of tlin Knliral, army, sometime collecting centspcr AII. blacks Committee on & ( and furnish many elements of
    Provost MArahal of that place. He was cotton Irom that reported by the committee of administration of justice a between SIR: Having been elected Senators and Reprcftcntative health, prosperity and wealth. The clma.e, soil

    TAL L A II A S !II K: I K: tailed-wantonly V.P hrar-by I resident, and 1 Ways and Means. Instead of making the tax and whites In that county, the General brought from the State of Florida to the Con and production (of which we have combine .

    -1.-. badly injured as to m ke tile recovery lmprobs- payable by the m'nlf.rllrer. R proposed by the the matter\the attention of Governor W.\.1&R gross of the United States and believing that the to make country.when It developed must bo an admitted exceedingly that the Interesting

    rniDtv. Ji *i.: t*. .,.... We. The report goc<-whidi still more darkly committee, tin* la\ Is to I lie an rrporl one, and of(01P The Governor thereupon nddiwed the following true interests of the country require that the com. bcnlflclent hand of Providence fans very equally distributed .
    letter to the of the Criminal I mitten over which yon preside should h correctly his blessing as to home and mcsns of hup.
    the criminal the altiitlti-s t hi' shipped to Judge County
    colors the arT.iir-that though only IIOI a foreign Informed of tho condition of nfalr in that pine** In every land. At the same lima a distinct
    ofrn1 was not Imil.iblr, found no difficult In cln I 1)'. Court of that rottnty. It has seemed' to us &In- State, we take this occasion to adllret8 you this difference reward exist to the man who with diligence

    giving bail, and was thus promply L no planttr Haiti rliiiiiHelf, that this change Volvo a matter of such vital public interest I letler. and energy husbands and developes these a-
    ItallUg.WI In the FluridianEXKCITUR After the surrender ol the Confederate nrinio meant and beyond question It Is easier to live and
    would authorize Its publication
    licnefit It
    are to IM understood, ol R "'i any way M'7 was not so intended and the issue of the Presidents proclamation of obsl81 l comfortably in some countries than others,
    which has reached and will hate such effect. It Is the amount of labor. The difference In
    ijx-aking UK| >II the account no simply DEPARTMET. > and his of with same

    us; but If(lint be true, the guilty wretch scents to designed. 1 anothfr Imnus to Northern manufa Jlne 13th 18.) the amnesty people of Florida proclamation believed,and reconsllclon.,a they achieved countries consists hen developed.chiefly,A In law the of results nature a to* Immutable be

    I us to have committed .something more than mur turel anl, will "n On-ratc| to the financial logsi HON. .r Ert TII.MVN, not without good reasons' that upon rcnewrftj as 1 matter requires that active and

    tier (should lilt victim have died.) His offence In attn r words the plante Judge of the Criminal Court their allegiance to the United 81a1L'and acceptIng diligent energy be used to 10)valuable reoInll
    In faith the emancipation of their shaves The visionary rove over In
    involves all the moral terpitudc. and fagllollnC i will still pay the lax, but the manufacturer, not Madison County Florida: as one of the results of the war they would of hIs .mal but it only can be found

    of treason against the people and magesty the Oo'ernment will receive It In the shape
    of the state Georgia. He has thus shown him- the profit which obtaining of cotton with 1 copy of a letter which I have this Inst. received political rights which belong to the people of any latitudes may be made,with to lndn blossom.try>kiU the and rose good, and management may pre-,

    -' -' -- ; self not only an enemy and a most dangerouscmy en- at five cents per pound less than the price from Major General FOSTER, in relation Ui other State In the Union. With these condition! sent a thrifty people beautiful. homes and material
    tap enbtcribort will please observe the Cross ((1)! ) certain trials which have taken place In they have rully complied.In prosperity, but here the means of development are .
    to his State, but to the whole South. paid by the British manufacturer' will enable himto recently refer to the proceedIngs of
    -1 Mark wio" themselves accordingly. Siibscilp. prfofbls we you so abundant and easy access that the enthusiast
    ROve 13: for six months ** admn lion$5 per fear, : should feel that we were running little risk ID capacity and the requirements ot the domestic If you can do, so you will oblige me by sending of Florida at their late _Ions In theelections Tho Hold and forest the sea, and the tea-shore
    Invite and promise the best of results.To .
    T BOBAS 8i'. ''. t>q.. )uhllc..1o. Fl,1sCeneral
    Agent for receiving nuhMTlptlnnsand contrctlng was a skulker during the late civil war. No faith- of cotton taiscd in the country, thi would not be that were trcd. referred to in the General's letter the oath prescribed In the President's bodies with good bodies of
    will reward forthe labor
    land which yield a be
    for sdre rtlslng._ lot soldier of the armies of the Confederate the effect ol an export duty on raw materialIltit and al.o me fly why tho case I amnesty. Yet tbo aggregate fro. stowed. Farming has been greatly nelletel and

    tr Rev. n. W. PRATT I In nur Agent It Aj41thl. Rll we a confident, ls capable of such meaD such is not the fact. The bghreltlmale J. J. HAMPTOK was not tried. My l>rfs Is t of votes polled exceeded the oneba\ the entire hence Cotton and Tobacco, Sugar Dot
    iwche for* submit the testimony on both sides General voting population, notwithstanding in most t Issued forth to Oil up the channels of commerce.
    CIa FI*.,and Is .Anthorlrrd to money .ul"rptono malignity.And we have yet seen of the amount cotton required
    of counties there were no opposing candi Future years will demonstrate thai these great etapi -
    suit advertising. and rcllt| for the mm* Just here, we call to mind the tact that for the homo manufacture I 750,000 Lle. Sup In order that be may have a full view of dal tie The election was as fully notified and ai -s can and will be produced In abundance and lomuch

    --. -- quite a considerable leaven of Unionism showed pose we raise, this year 1.5,0, b"IC. 10 tie whole case. fairly(!conducted I any ever held in the State. prodl. Tbe abundant stock raiser finds here without boundlessforeatt
    furnishing pasturage cost
    1 ew .tdcrII.cuiuI.. Itself in Thomasville during the existence of the motile manufacturers wi want half of it, an. I nppws from the papers before me that Lt.QfERTrs Every county but two was represented in the or charge. Battle and other stock rom at large and

    Aitcnitnn I U directed, to the following new iVPrtiHeuicnis u1. Southern Confederacy.. Nor Is Itwlthoutlnl will take it precisely the price which European informed( you by letter that In the event convention, and in these two delegates convention were are only controlled at stated periods. Stock-raising
    a elected, but failed to attend. Tho like all other business needs prompt and vigilant' at
    : i-st to consider the fact, however it may b no- coiiiHlltlon| after paying tho ta of five cents per of an attempt being made to execute the sentence therefore represented the opinions and sentiments tention. Tho cattle of South Florida hat heretofore

    building bridges, by Prcsldi counted for, that nearly alt tbe outrages reported pound, will mule them pay. Tho cotton of India, of the Court,be wOll Interfere with such mllar of the J'pll. the constitution adopted formed i market In Cuba tint owing to the quarantine -

    E-I'rplls'ur L But. 1 having been committed In the South:! upon China, EgYllt Brazil, 4c, will be within the force as was at command, but that a by it rests consent.. regularly expressed ID'crraleelnlo Ilalonl.ibis for a bUllncl..bor .suspended Cattle a*for a gen the
    delegates duly /
    -Dry Uoods, Umrerle, &., by kKI I BRIM & Federal officers or soldiers, or colored oplc reach of manufacturers fro from this guard superior to any ''re Lt QcKRm couldcomman.l by the cnSttullon"clause declaring frlrnt. cannot be be large and One i only

    Al.l.RN.Planter's. since the termination of the war, have happenedin enormous duty of course, they will avail then- the prisoner was taken to a room, the servitude good medium.cattle This ns the country demands 1* capable of any of market furnishing requires.

    communities containing .a strong Union ale- selves of the cotton from those cOlntriC bfhr doors barred and the sentence Inflicted. except as a punishment for crime, whereof It only needs the Infusion of a better species, close

    House-temporary H.ir Itnnm-t. went while the Into conflict lasted. We will not taking A single hAle from the United 8Ialc.- give me your statement ol this anir. }'rm Ilea Iho flr.y shall have been duly convicted shall attention and withholding from the market until
    J. JACKSOU Co. exist in the State; and that all the they are fully matured. Stock-raising Is the great
    though we might by pointing to different locahi- They mnft do BO,or tho Yankees will outsell them paper before me It Appears that nothing prevented evr Inhabitants, without distinction of color, arc free, employment of this "sunny land, |md It IwlTl an- i

    Notice of meeting of Juckiuii 1."lgr. No. 1 ties and count' of our State, show that I any in all tho markets and supply the world with the a collision between the Sheriff and the and shall enjoy tho rights of person and property twcr any stranger, how absorbed andablrliol this !

    _1- more se- fabrics of this Suppose further (and the military that did have without distinction of color and that no person topic, In all the conversations of The f
    TUB MAILS.-On several occasions Intrly'tmail particular community was thoroughly couutry. except Lt QrEnm not country abounds In timber of great value such as r'
    from both eaot anil) west cefi and united In support of the Southern Gitrnment supposition Is fir from improbable) that the BritIsh a sufficient force. As martial law still shall b Incomflen\ testify criminal as n 'ltnC on Ced.\r, Cypress, Juniper Pine Red Bay, Live Oak J!
    wi re n.arly frevll
    proceeding ,
    vrry to the sumo extent boa it shown manufacturers find cotton In the other In this State I it would &c., and fa capable of entering as an element of 5
    (allures-no papers from Jacksonville' ftndPcniwot so It enough certainly be bte al founded on an Injury to colored person, nor commerce of Incalculable value. A largo business PIn
    except I
    Who It'll where the elf orderly anti taw-nbiding' since the full of 1 1Confederacy. the countries named to supply all the wants of their cases where a m1lar officer officially forbids any civil mutter wherein a colored person Is con- now being done In cedar-petting.' Largo sums of K

    ran m"lll We do not believe that Inlolllw their isetorics-cotton sold cheaper to them that tho execution sentence, to and refer celnml" It repudiated the State debt contracted mon.y have been Iud are now being made In this )'
    to take a rot for, "<>vrntt days I'for Any panic of the war, antI annulled the ordinance biislni-,and enterprise In fulnre will make K
    a they aloe our city T men can be found who will differ with us on IIpoint the American cotton can b with five cents pr tho matter to me, And le me lay the CAM before of secession. The General Assembly,elected and Umber and lumber second only to yer.majesty"Kln

    rb --- pound n"lr for export duty. In that case the< the Commantnl General, than t proceed and convened under the CODllluton.ratified the pro Coton." and It may be that" the royal diadem will

    THe h..1 PHRRNOI.OOHT.. -D. McMuu.f (. Since the foregoing was In type, we have ro hOle manufacturers would have 1.5,0 ble lake of a conflict of arms. I have posed amendment ol the pass and America the "white must rose.soon The be supplied hip yards to of a vcr Europe -

    the Blind Plircnoloijiil, Is In our city and can b cclved the Savannah Hel'containing the I following In the market from which to supply never yet failed to secure from the justice of the united States, and appreciating the importantehnges great extent from Ibis "land of Bowers." )
    of their
    In the social
    consulted a the City Hotel. Prof. M. profest frllculan 'to the outrage: mind 750,000 bales. Who does not see that Commanding General the removal of any improper wrought by emanclflton. rlatlonl recognizing South, WhIch Florida' abounds bu In a coast every of variety over four of fish Iiondredniles. of su

    to b able to avermin from a man's mental 810INO AT Tnontnvii.i.E-THOM the cotton culture In this cDntr woul b utterly Interference. As Executive, I have and the obligations to pass the necessary IDaU)- Here open a field Tor enterprise
    ,JUKI A. M.-Late yesterday afternoon ruined such laws lor the of the colored race and Investment not surpassed anywhere
    bre, as manifested in bumps, what buslnnw or 0. 8.8.1 by a ae things claim no right to review the proceedings of the protection profitable
    a man Llgbtfuot led Capt. the of to them and and neds prophet ken to discover thai In fu-
    opened courts
    occupation he Is brat suited) for and wIll mot C. C. Klclmrdton, formerly olthe approl I'b Main volt.- We will not waste time In commenting on the Court, but In criminal roses the accused has the them the same right justice of suioe and being sued gave, tnro years, this beautiful const will teem wltb -

    likely snroooit In. Let the curious give him a tcera, and Agent of the Freedmen's UurCo si this malignity or the cupidity(perhaps It Is both com right to appeal to the pardoning power of the of buying and selling, and holding real and per- ,Bsherlcs freighting bommeree, and giving wealth-
    1 to their
    and aid to him: "I though
    call. ordered place you.repred. \ of town-now leo this blued) that prompt so heavy a tax, and In such ishajic. Executive. This is constitutional right of the tonal property, and all other rights of personand Of all owner.capabilities of South Flordl. the tul-

    _1- LlKhlfoot hold a pistol In his the We are aware that we"could not do justiro accused; hut If the Infliction of corporeal punish- property which belong to tho white race.- tore oftluo Is the mOt and
    ABUT'ON or TUB FHKEDMAN'S llritKAiv 1".0"and Richardson made a movement towai. to the subject" follows They also established a liberal and efficient sys- promise results most advantageous to the ownr-r.
    his when told mont Immediately on the heels of the sen- cm of education the colored All the tropical fruits
    Tile Bunau a and dtinrt his hand In pocket I.tgbtfuot for people, regard- gr. perfection and full
    Frf.lmal'l as separate Iulh'l to do so, or ho would shoot him. Klchai "Aa' mn"1 fate the cotton phnteri P We can trace, the licensed !I (deprived of this constlin- ng it as the interest of both races that the colored maturity. II requires a onllny and bUIU. A
    Institution. has been abolished, and LiciCol. inn then quickly ached a chair close tiy.and struck not fhny other than that which we have right people have provided for them lie attention to secure these froli. and A-
    .T. W. OftBOHN relieved ordered to reo LlKUlfont aheavy blow. at him ccv. tonal shou' op adorn,' and beautify bore. a source ) OL
    Lgbtfnoilreu in order that
    all Hirtunities they
    "repeatedly proposed viz: Increase I shall ask the Major General if f
    etch l time, two of the One shilered her\lr \ Commanding revenue, neither nor insignificant. U Is a
    port to Gen. FOSTBB for duty. The duties of hue a finger and the other passed rlveL tho the home manufacture t the extent of tho whole It consistent with his views of duty, not to Is. progress In knowledge and civizton. as thrlc/ matter profound surprise, to little attention r ..
    Bureau have been devolved \i\nm\ the neck. Tbe Utter Is a serious, and may prove a fatal b capRlte and circumstances prlL The hal been paid to culture. It does scent thai In it
    KOHTKK to act Assistant (' mitr.Oen wound. LlKbtfoot's head was badly duinaged. (rf rl.el. If the tax Is retained, MM b mo the order ho speaks of In his letter making Generl Assembly authorized the to every country where nature Is specially lavish In S
    as Tbe dllOculty' originated when Captain Klcbai do"or the culture of cotton in this country an exception of Madison from the rule of civil appoint a superintendent of common schools for"recdmcn her hounte'lldolenec prevails. A cultivated and

    -UPiDflT.tkIo1.Wcare ion ws In charx of tll freedincn's Bureau at this have to ho abandoned.' And where should the law. It would me much to It with a salary of $1,000 a year, \0 .10. the many benefits would'
    A MOW PHAIIKWOHTIir : place. It appear wo before him '01 mortify very wo out of the State and levied dictate |'lrltol love of the beantf. the cul-
    Informed that a society: Is about living formed lorn* charge or other and wo pretty severely delL factories b f Perhap.e ought to bo Christian done. With the experience they have had, ccrfttnly fall>l a year on each Trelur.0,10 colored person ta tore ofl tropical fruits. The Ornge and
    wih Captain Richardson was mastered out .8r. enough to to render good the good people of Madison will for tbo of tb wut schools I Limo beautiful and tr.e and so of
    by tho'oung Indies and miaw's of tills city to lime agn, but last week retained to this adlonlb county support Iholl Many ho Bananna at Its palm like leaf hang II graceful
    raise money to supply tlimnembered Cunfl.h'mle town rented an omce and commenced the practice for evil, to good to those who despitefully ws that tho laws are promptly and Impartially have already been receive the I ntoons clustered by a casket of frulfs. Public at-

    soldiers with artificial arms and legs. It is or i law In this use and |craccuto them." Hut we have made up enforced In all without distinction/ of active sympathy and support of the people. enllon Is being nIf'ted to this 'Interesting subject'
    Igar t We do not think exists and time I.
    between when
    fr .-. thlhaIr \ Pot the useful and the
    mind risk
    that every Dell r klutll undertake to TUB TEST OATH TIIB SOUTH.-The late our to the chances of purgtr bfor ace or the two races. colored pco- leulr 1110 united in glorious harmony of fruit

    p kind of needle work-fr,1 elbn.ld'ry&wn report I I. cDfrDe A say a Washington paper. 11 do any such thing In this In.tanc ui UOflng soon to hear from you, flo rmained&a largo extent, failhr to their lower MORE ANON.es.n. A

    the plainiMt kinds-the proceeds from ihat the the Treasury Is now sen( have the fl\rle here, in On &uA-here, when your Honor's obdt .ert. acoDIJlaDlel servants Pre.fdeng. frofta.mtt.m.. #
    t InK notices the officer In the South who have' the cotton raised, and where transportation and D. In the army and shared their feelings. Since thinwar Tie
    a fund fur the plrl"l con. t I ._ S WALERu. of them have remained following Is President Johnson' proclawtlon -
    "t\b t c.tut been unable or unwilling to take the test oath. I many cnUnuoullyemploved
    I This Uin keeping with the Illirlt that they will be mmlred immediately to vacate other charges will b saved-here,where we have In their former avocations. against the Fenian Invasion of Canada:

    templ aDlmatd our noble hearted ladies during the their Mr. McCullocb, It seems, ha* do-1 many thousands of maimed soldier and indigent Trial .rMi.. l *>vU. that Impartial Justice, tempered with kloll., A PROCLAMATION I BV T PRESIDENT' or

    tt war,(, half(which ha not been told)and olce en"lre the law to the letter, at.runts widows and hUDdr of thousands of helpless At the meeting of the U. a Circuit Court at wi be administered \all persons ViSiTED BTAItS. TiE

    most b unJurtaklng. I to the action of Congress to remedy the orphans, for some employment must b Richmond, on the 3th of June, Mr. Run of colored race by government of Florida In Wherc I has become known to me that
    a praiseworthy evil that result from the vacation of impor.taut ono of the Counsel for all matters where either their personal right or have
    may within the
    We are more than ever that Ihludelpbla DA"'a evl.dl persons territory -
    Confederate interests
    We now and tlmn see a soldii frvldc cDIDc property are concerned; all United .
    revenue olce. some addressed to the Court inquired of the States, begun
    who has lost a leg, moving along with much eX': Secretary Intends recommending to l. which the next Legislatures rmark neous influences ar wlthdmw1ln our judgmentthe and Jurdlcton fot have provided and
    ad prc-
    ertion, and clumsily, on a wooden one tinconvey Congress the "ffolrl"lo of a special toclpn.11 can do will be to provide for the Immediate of the Prosecuting Attorney what was the Intention two races together peace and harmony pared, and are sll engaged In providing anti.

    a shock t whole frame at every al etfloyc for their past lr. building of cotton factories sufficient for maDure or the prosecution In regard t Mr. D. '_ each be, and the legal and cnlttutoDl1 rights of preparing meln. such military expedition and
    \hl expressing his and that client for Iple enterprise is to carried on from the territory il
    ture at home of all the cotton raised. and d.lr. hi ,
    ol serious dis-
    No doubt he would leap for Joy at vices.While D a or
    tb and oflue United
    Ihe.1 regards most of the federal office In the immense amounts that an early disposal of the case f net day, In character between the jurisdiction mates against the
    I must existing
    artificial limb
    session of aa procured In b tuhiul, dtllenl colonies districts and people ot British North
    sue,, M aside from the fact of Its thl ma.his he South, the Southern |cople are gfilOI whena yearly affrprat for the supportofthe poor rCpl to Mr. UR.D'I questions, whether Jlr, because of the part taken by them re- America within the domain of tho United King
    rl'levlnl geatltman call found capable to tried, or his case dropped altogether spcciivcly In the late cntet. Harassed by the dom of
    pathway Hit world of much i 0 among b lavoJ and an amount of labor will \I W& b exactions of Great Britain and Ireland, wit which
    through Isllughand 01 taking the test oalh. and thus filling the ofc directed Doi tulture to or merely the Assistant Dls a long war Impoverished by said colonies districts, and people of United
    the .uspndcd. loss ot
    manufacture the anxious for
    neat giving him the ability to walk b people qulc'tand
    (' *-the New York TVi'iun to the contrary, nntKhslamlin far be knew he prprty. ar Stales are at peace:
    er men, he could point to It with pride an evdenre if cotton sufficient to make the one balance the tlc Attorney Iplet I I for their industrial In And alorcsaid
    lust his srrylccs, hardships and I suffering ?-yet with reference & these particular ilhor. Do this, and tbe Northern State will drop "'oul be tried but not now, and for tbe followIng terests. In tl object all classes are earnestly stitulo 'hereM procdlng by con-iho
    apixilntments of Ui assessors and collec reasons: 1. Mr. though In engaged. ar tolerant of differences of opinion law of the United States el
    the like hot V.8 as well by Hut lies
    In a cause that fired the Southern heart anti export duty a red b of Iron,or,hold- Indlce. either in the and desire I
    nra> It would be a matter A>r not the slightest to- It will burn Do this court, was not in Its custody, as a for frCDt ol nations;
    on ,only hands. hel to cultivate themselves
    nerved ea b arm was not forgotten or unappnelated. Inl \ thelo Now therefore, for the of
    gret if nobody coul 1M found qualified to tl and the cotton "mqulcklYlglD I'niled Slates prisoner at Fortress by an and with the people of other Stales. In the of purpose preventing
    We wish h the Indict tbla Intr' tl out the unlawful expedition and
    In their noble enterprise.young a""ldlll.uc. Iher Unless theory upon which WASIONI Its former prosperity countr ad order of the PrldeDt signed by the Secretary of proof of this we refer to the fada' the candi enterprise carrying from the territory and juris

    teas ... TON and JurrEnaoN aDd the ADAM'S Inaugurate D ruin stares us In the lace I Ii pwer. War. 2.' i DUI1'er in custody of dale selected chosen because In the of recent the opinion State elections entertained were of diction of the United States, and to maintain the

    The New F.ri NprI. .. the American resolution,that there tan be no righ- f this court, it was not possible for tho AttorneyGeneral their fitness, and because of the part taken public pa.as well us the national honor and
    A fenllenian was yesterday: ,speaking of the /ii( toj.itio wi
    luxurious bathIng be had cnjo'I'1111 the Sulphur South I not bund eiter in good conscience Ice lull It PeDaol from three to five cent per was suggested It would b cruel t subject We submit statements for the consideration L 81a JObDin President of the United

    Spring a Nn'pr w Leu there a few day age, &pay any Federal taxes while she roo pound,according quantity. him to so long a trial during the hot season. 4 people of the of Florida committee and as the an other act of ju.tce to the Stal. adUon"b ad wa all good citizen of

    and at once to punned by our |eoplo> and maln without representation in Congress }It A Wetumpk editor says, A be patted along the This court having no control over the prisoner, are confident of their correctness,and iflher Sintc.We wise. ttulc again* taking part or in any

    Its effecU suggested il.'It 1U're, in twenty mile wont therefore 1M strange, and little to his ct-ed-< street the other day, be saw ten babies In one crowd. it was impossible for the District Attorney \say Is, or should be evidence before tho committeeof I do aiding expect! *aliening said unlawf. proceeding.

    of the Capital of the SWtl U a nugnillmit sprto| It any right-minded Southern man fcbould 0 K"J. it A water illllng to strain his conscience that he might This ihould be reported to hits freedmen Bu the the pledge oUIIvC 1 far I It concerns the State of all te lrlc tnile
    sulphur equal probably to almost an] 0' \ custody cur prisoner's counsel } It t employ power
    in the South, and Infinitely snjn'rinr a, 'come a tool and Instrument of |>owcr for the en- reu The people of Wetunipka are evidently dls- should have full ad prompt notice.Mr. 'Iorlda t the committee will give the ,. prevent and defeat the aforesaid unlawful proccedings .
    \many loyal and for another war. rL and to arrest and
    bring all
    wbl tboad are spent by \.110"every yeai. ircement of this tyranny. Give the South the pfplDI Tbuaiobi James T. Brady, of New York, one of the herein stated proper consideration, I persons who may be t justice
    can reached by rail in alll' au hour's ride presentation t which both the principles of the ar.That counsel 1 for Mr. Davis then said; If your Uouortileaie our only desire Is to do Justice to the people And in engderin
    1 b i depends upon whether they were while or ,I did not expect[to say one word this morning Florida,and to advance the full of!kind pursuance In
    I I a few yards o a river abounding In frcl AmerlC resolution and the express language 01 lack bableo.At In reference the core of Mr.Davis. Bui some of feeling nnd political rights rCtOltoD whole such cases made and provided I do furthermore

    of every variety, and yet It looks like a neglected -I the U. 8. Constitution entitle her, and, poor use a meeting of the Board of of Ibe Ala- the suggestions contained In what my learned friend extent of the United Stat. authorize and empower )1)). Gen. G. O. 3Jelle, ,
    commander of the )
    Is she make to the Dlrtol Laijusi told make U proper for me to state that If We have the lit Division of the At-
    forsaken sort of place. It Is those no objection payment respectfully
    true, t \ bam* nd Florida RaIlroad Company, of Flo, held Mr Durls be not technically subject to jour Hon L very I/nlc. to employ tbe naval forces ol the
    living near It daily drink and bathe In Us clear, I 01 t taxes. without tlhe may and should a'their offlc on the 30th ulL, O. M. Avery was rejected or'jurisdiction It U only because copy of this your obedient servants, States, and the militia thereof, to prevent a
    pure water; but the bulb house U dilupiJated- belt; and, In the L resort appeal t the So' PreldeotA.; E. Maxwell Vice President; ludltueol. him'1 far nor.any I am.adyted. _has ever nor ben WiLKDisoN)(. MARVIN CALL, ihesuimgon foot and carrying on the expedi

    there la no hotel t cutcrlaiu "Li'on cn it hwy prDe Court (hit protection an the wrong. C. L.LeBaron Treasurer, and Geo. W.10UOD,8 other act done of those which are required to a) FEKDISASO 1LoD tion In and elLrril uford

    desired to go there. Now and then some slraiigctgoce .- clary and R1.cr Land Department Com- done by Ihe.ltule I may be true that I this .0-. hand, and caused'the seal, of hereunto set my
    ky ..r.. -a..e.. tec'bulcal root now and never been MAlT thrilling are given of Indian United States \
    down there and acounl
    the of .
    guest our I' amenable to your authority; but brother counsel tive cap b
    The New York has discovered why thedea my compelled gauntlet. poor axc
    Mead DAKIKL LAUD, Ihll whom noueU l wore J'rl The Annual Report of the Railroad Company Is Mr. Reed, .lale Nerd that Mr. Davis was tint Is reserved for tome grand festival of the City' of Washington this sixth day
    for hospitality or more widely known duck of the Philadelphia /and Wotl DOW In Press, and will be ready for the public la nut claIming beadl ay of the wants of on which occasion he It stripped and led out trib of June.1 the yea of our Lord one thousand
    cebc legion Ckrunidt hiss found new reasons to quacV few days It shows a condition of sflUrs which will forms, but, on contrary, thai he was *to exprett great square. At a given signal he.tlQn his peril- hundrd ald sixty-six, and of
    entertaining home and m ny virtues It states that be now-that by Furuey-in- be to the must sanguine friend of the from his own lips, speaking through us, his out race ; a* be pru. froU bag war- pendence of the Uniud States the the1d.
    "t'lnj ardent desire for an Immediate although clubs, mlMelt of nln"lh.
    lib heart Suppose this priiig won in tri; ad eyr eooeel.ble poisoned l l"a i' I ur.er his denunciations of the President antI roClr.> h may be very hoi la Rcbmod. U Infinitely arrows, aud garbage than Chinese slink ,
    wo XVii. 1L
    Yltt What then T Why some, enter wrrt wone where he U now; tbe convenience ar* he b tEW.UI.t'y of Stl
    McCnlltKb with fierce vituperation ofMr. weather during the week ha been to chilly pol. amed" ; 1 *CI .
    YakN would make n small paradise of Te of counsel 1* concerned they care Uttl for ,ad then chance -
    it prn day count its Davis, a helpless prisoner, and uftwo of thegentlemen tht grey Confederate overcoats were very contplc- that conveneuc.lmpled a* they are by I sense of a hundred that.he habone cme out alive-barely on 1. The >;'(Uliir. *r Mr ".PI.* | ...
    every over golden re'ur. who are understood to b his counsel, out 00 the streets In the mornlul The oldest duty. in this city of Now that old sea-dog. Captain James Tucker "r Land.. tftsmklatg U.._..
    And yet, think otl as it U within t"cnl'wiel Mr. Charles O'Couor and Mr. Win. a Heed. Inthl ihabllanf says b. doe remembr that neb I Richmond whoee boepltallly I have enjoyed, certainly the Silvan Shore,U undergo the sinus Wicn the new of of thl*London bank-
    I would be happy to remain either ordeal time he th.llWe
    Tallahassee of .'luri lere every pause At lug house first
    thl Capital spell ever visited I'cntacola this of 'eondo the
    1 be [ hor. season the beats of summer or tbe winter. 4
    the public may not aware, though we arc, through and Jacksonville, and othelanding Blo" that It would affect np.e afpr.
    --- the year, and attribute U to the culling down of We, the counsel of Mr. Davis can oDly. thai we .the route be the even eey tenor 01 Railroad 'me
    Tk. FeRIlla .TB.IOM of ho i is but fattening an ancient pnrtae Companies aDd mercantile
    4'anadw.The grJ. the forests round'bI city during the war.-/tutThcPenlutulatayt ire entirely reVe; know that we cannot control his way unmolested, but moment his boat touches Weot and North. We were not hOUe of the
    Peahen of lime Mr.Davis was one of the gentlemen the Attorney. We thank the seems.
    lndel l'lull (ole Sutern Ffmadio the Curle seem lei loose lu our appreheollon. ii is well
    speedy, sad the truth Bukel will merited t- (Governor Wise war another) 1'ho o Mr. Bulean's : We have availed onrtelie* him for his polite response to oar questions, and of upon him-I .hf11 br" be hoisted hU change, that Sir MortonIbeAlUuicAGreat Veto wu known greatly A1 interested In cx-
    b or every source of 10Cormalou. In relation to the Cutate course w* aluM now lute this question for loch a but freighted with\cn The nut arrival. toIpp.e 10
    grief The expedition is said to hate accession to office In 1850, warned him Uovvrnment think Wtter Railway. and In
    been "Beefcaiile market and w* ore satUfied that lon a*the may prefer or .proper- i the**i troubled .plll th Sylvan Shore U the Western
    made up principally, or of F .rul and and successfully against trusting Forney wtth&Uitie f uion talaxy_ tole'luenc.. road olh. flae. extrusion.
    eIltly gemmed
    the Cuba market will
    a\J&eber. not bold out sufficient Iloe. Judge I'undcrwoixl then said t It only remainsfor much for Fernandina a Duch JepdJed poiWy to such
    Confederate aoldiers. nee. 101 l sai j that as the editor of the administration joura ments to justify our Florida stock raisers In making the Court la say that the District Attorney baa of the Government of prollwhoer to collie extent lime.to 0 come. tUr bdul comlIeled Cur

    the little fighting which they attempt was on the score of his private character. any extenslr calculations In that direction; they correctly) represented the views of Ihe governmentupon the vat old Capiala without attack country lass f..1l wu mainly took after title tins
    bravely done. But throlne. after a single UWple reputation could not land the contact mast look out some other opening. ted to this preside mller.this The trial Chief has.ootc.the ho first Is esp hug devise the way old flog sail mean to secret chase order him h to convened some other to eat and devise ways and proved t meet the then innding -.

    brief engagement, by force of Agal the other gentlemen this man hiss stillmore The Old School Preber Assembly, 81 day In Uctobcr aa the time that 1 ill be most conrenlent over"IS.c. *
    Canadian and &itl.lt, with no li'ry and no specific ,rleVucC In the great .'orrC'dlvor Louis, eipelled a Dlu Ler the other day for Indul a ?- now for greatly him. under increased the pressure by the of trouble his many on duties the- Itle tlu.lo IrJured which to exhibit h Umiihouto his steamer5 rival.* C.pt a, dc.or bim to procure. 'oot to embarrassed.u.t te aJfTer t hU 01 tba eu

    commissariat cut off trout any priwtt ol reinforcement case, years ago, Mr. O'Conor wo th log in slanderous correspondence concerning a fellow Northern frontier to give on 1 short notice his attention i and .they rO (J.ak.suev.lls C road,month submittIng Ric. obiafnej
    for the in New York member. There be as much to this great question with Its Importance I" per lo temporary loan, and had
    from this Ide by the ouiuu of our Government leading cull Udy adMr. .cm\ r'a --- extensions to the amount or million and<
    demands f nder all the clrcnnutancc the
    -it 1 not Strange, that though brave r. Reed in Philadelphia latter gentleman and jealousy among gentlemen of the cloth A aoog1011lcnL i. disposed to grant the motion of the CQor The New Orleans picayune 1"*; We learn from halt .lerUog C'I

    enough for anything the Feuianj hate being the one who forced Forney, o his exaiui- tome,; and I think I may say to cuoll that Mr. Jefferson Texas.that*o sudden and high were the Betas Another uche says that the fuIure 01 Pew&

    prudence the better port buul. as a witness, to admit he wrote the mismous 00'remarkable occurrence of the season, Davis will. In all probability,at brought foods, from the recent heavy rain in that vicinity, I yr i 1.t Ue are 11 down aOO.
    tl.ml i naton before the Court nnle** his case shall, in the b Qu leo .p many
    vaor letter In which he advised the 1*)' the Jackson, XI *., the receipt by a mol' that much merchandise was reached before could
    and ko betook themselves with all speed bI k to Roberts suburning Crlon.1 time, be disposed of by the government, I IQ&aeout OUmae th there would
    witness gentleman in Gr.n. a leter from Ylckiburg.miekiog altogether I*within the of the be In tome instance the water be that these
    American There, many of theta only arrived of a drunken t confess to aJullr pble I power rfmunt rOe enl estimates hllaclon. A.
    ll the President ( States to do he to the house are a I How
    10'ulre concerning, ownership of one .h pl. ,and numerous foundollon C
    by the Government with an absent w onion. No wonder Forney In three < that tOIl tell the value of Few A BetU' securities P ThIs "
    &tu IhelUlVe aret hundred and eighty bales of cotton from Yalobu.li matcn Icl presume collorMr. were herd
    Many of callle
    also ther
    of the United and defames these distinguished gentlemen. .0' It for the oDderwnet .er r an absurd finale to Sir St l'eto'i grand Ames.
    States, v Ul now hate to b .... County three year ago, and .ti IIO in ent Dvi wool applicalion directly loter government&elr cU; onreo by oerflowUig wolers and starved or lean tour,anti it niakea the Trunk shareholdee.led
    run the (LanceS or Indictment for the uohition- Vivksburg ancUiuied. would feel drowned. Our informant rather uncomfortable.
    but Ibis Court not denying, on his down
    A grand Tournament for the benefit of widow.and way uw -
    tht And this U the end of the London
    of our neutrality laws. Lei them be thankful the have at this time, the both of th* Chief Justice thus overtaken backer' Brand
    treasury agents not that application many thai must have
    I orb of the soldiers of the Confederate army Surely \il.e and tbe Attorney until the next miserably per- tour, and the ovation paid him. In the North and
    that they are not u> L tried by tbul administering caine olat CluvUe, Tennessee,hut Friday, ) place. I bleb 1s in November, but until Ibe tint term lhe All our Bed River exchange peak of lml- West only a few month ago but who,If the*iat

    Justice on the other the Great securing over MOuuo) fur that The Savannah Herald and Ness says; The foiled 111 October next. L disastrous floods, which have deloge the whole meat b* true that ha was then borrowing tad *ubT

    Lake For the r\t I us hope,l.e after having The reoll Ilt prize for lilting &the ring was PIe won by I States Und tat now being coUe"U for the granted.The motion This of'th District will Attorney O I until therefore November country,.sweeping away < *ad laying waste conld milting expect to rate any w ot high her retult M 3*r per The cent BAjeU ptH Indict1 -S

    Abandoned holly, the Government not W. A. )ear 1st I. After that year th.lw 1'U ,and bat until tbe first aOOf in October, crop an absurd one and duoUleu make many others .
    b rrUI its dealing "il the ol'nd.r Owing to the state of on the Continent, no real e ute tu act has since ben pt The which lime Is preferred by the ChhefJuaelce and the The CDCL ULmd do not exceed t extent two ble.betides" the frank shareholder- eel uncumforta- -

    01 Head '' SrEttiCNs Queen Victoria think the a interest of the COOU1DIht ta for IbOl l one-tUird of one per -three Attorney Geoer The ewe will then,U not before, and a baisquare mile*,yet for year past they b'e.lplUeo -m.---

    his Influence,yet \no purpose, w prevent II the ; be inconvenienced if she removed from Louduo dollar thirty.three and one-third cent on lbs thousand b dl.p of adjournment, Mr. Brady .lle guano to a average of four bonde.Wp! A correspondent writing u the Baliiwor Sun
    dulLuud we plated a few da that Mewr O'Conor and would make per annum, the value of uth
    departure of the expedition. i; consequently for tb* present she b aban- > ago I the cago I from Lynchburg ttjs; Now the be-
    doe her vbit to BJ moral. based on tbe assessment nude by the State in IsOO. mediate application to Chase and Attorney bn upward ol t.o hundred and BAy thousand aegroem are
    Taut, we } leeching their former
    suppose .nJ'ellui1 The law ,from taxation homestead of the ( Speed to have Mr. Davis released OB moaster to take them back,
    The National Intelligencer gives t severe rebuke exempts haL tie also stated that a application would b 4.u. and herever the master or mistress can be assured
    Tk. new five eDt piece l l to U of the saue size 1 hen U asks, 1 reply to ceruio brutal awaults value of he hnndre dollar and under. Hence, mao to the President for the j'arol of Mr. O \ An entire JewUh hlaUon dating Iwo centuries thai they will be safe in doing to by the remaining

    .lbS three dollar gold coin lift j (.ivctt UJ 1 a un the lame and character of the.Ie of tbe up, ny one wbO laud I oo worth wets than five no doubt bat that the hitter applicationwould b:1 of tbe Ct Era l said to have been tx- faithful, and eon find any use for negro them tl
    wW nuke : hundred dollars no Ux ol allSince b
    stralgnt Je theUre" ( unit of now so common t the ric papers-.."What man 1 Mr. Ite.obtained pmlo to vUlt his coated In SyrU. The liaoYerl claim t have all,they ore taken in, ctottud and fed,greatly to the
    French .. J lUoUobcsourarvi.jUKutUsof QI boor or geuerutity, wOIIJ now seek to bring !I the lt pf May over lea thousand volunteer client will proceed lo to-morrow. found in the dwelling, te five book of Mose the relief of IbehaUitarved fretdmeo. But thousand*

    .Inch that D ordinary uicuuritueiit am de .\e and hart upon U llC.of hits Bouih- IaY wo.tl out oi the l'wt States Mr. Brady, Baltimore will visit I'.blrl.ar Mr. Brown returns '.of David and another Hebrew book. are till without home where they are deemed uulru.t -

    tect \difference 1 Uree of thiat coins .Ul .tl,Ua 10lhel and daugbten lo adbuiiig to the fortunes .rl.i but nine thousand BOW rel toWOrW.--. The Sillletto, a newspaper worthy.Tbad. -

    ounce,and b convenient fur s pottage.ot4 tfIbchi husbands and sons who 1 ere contending 10and. A Geocn Court 1110 Washington .or Browulaw call Premie the "hHllof original defends lu atrocious name by i BnL1rcoontlow. Stevens hi an old bachelor. So It Chork

    'pe have been ree at tie Tre.uury U for &rl"bt of State secettioa'b nearly,ev dered on SOth, lr the t.1 the spceupulngFrcednun's tin"-which must b the next thing to Itt tout of many newspapers have ceoln that iLlemet county, tfcu 1 1tlo Bwnner. 80 was]**. Buchauiui. BothUor selduta
    radical leader Lad btfore Bureau Ui North
    smy Ilppret Agcnu Cl I I a nI t doel expedient to Mart one that would stick| nuke good citizens, iwn.h la good Legislators.



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    NEW YORK, June 11.-The Fenian Invasion" terminated The Savannah ..Vrr end hero? bus. recently tm.belli. TBSfAYNERWHOLESALE ttAE

    in a light!( about 'Iht! miles from $I. Ar. .bed its column with an llln.lrill'- which, cannot -/ -
    but bo repugnant to Southern! lii.lici. A Now TIIK STI2A.MKK:
    LATER FROM SOUTH AMERICA. m.ind. York lumbant advertidtug' l New YORK Juno 9.-The steamer New York bill A brigade of Brlll.h regulArs Hiirgtd upon a representing "Carolina' belle," r.'hl<'II..Ily. .| attired & RETAIL

    arrived .from. Asplnwall. She brings '3.' .OOO In small portion of I'ear'sllrmy that hid remained behind dipping Inuit This l Is a very questionable way 01( -0- .
    seeking Southern: trulo: and Is an Imputation at
    and sixteen Some of the
    captured prisoners
    gold.A once slanderous" and !n.nltinir.
    grand national banquet had taken place at Lima Fenians were killed, but how umny Is not )Known. The IniprcMlnn con"cjed l is thai the nauseouS 6.W.&A.M.SCOTT&CO.

    In honor of the discomfiture of the Spaniards. The (The light took place almost on the boundary' tine, habit' of.nundipping prevails among our 1..11t'0- < < ,

    new Peruvian Iron-duds not heard of since leaving across which the Fenians were compelled to retreat, Such Is not the cose, and! hence the woodcut! Is a .
    Brazil. the English, however, had no Idea uf stopping' on calumny. -(_
    .fHq'''' 4 account ol the boundary, ami they barged forward SYLVAN SHORE WINES LIQUORS Etc Etc.

    MORE OF TilE FENIAN MOVEMENT. across the line, firing upon the retreating band ofFenians. \\ri: Hi:!"' ...:.- ....i.i.v I'O.M

    New YORK, Jane \9.-The Interest of the FenianItnation They also m.ido some captures on Amer- *ptdnt t oticc. Captain JAMES TUCKER. )....r.n:4: TIIK: Kiil.LimtVi I 1.1:011': OK AU11 % V our IrlumU, that or Are now rcrrlvlngs Lsrgt
    command -0- ( elm t.. tlc inililii1 ni prlii arrurdinit to fluid umnt Stork ofSI'ltINU
    centers In the Imall ol UcnoralSpear han soil. This affair has been reported to (ienemlMeAilo \ .
    border f PIUS i :"trainer pun'lined and 111 ted nut (expniwh (Inn ol Newink, ninl 1 :New III 1 luamis, mirkiHlOHirrrN .
    the line.
    half mile across A portionof *ho Is at present I'lIglllCelln investigating it. hmliltt
    his cavalry made dash Into Freellghlburg }ts. ,''''''tf.l't! I.OIMJI:. *o. i.llretlirrn Hurldi I lor tin1 mires .uksonvlllc,' Mute tutcm Savannah IIIIK-JIIV' mini\.' 100", Siik" FlnMlronnd new Mmi Pork, l>) I tin1.Suit Imrrtl or pound, AM n tLIMERGOODS'I

    terday, routed the British force and captured the !PROTEST AGAIN OF YANKEE! THE LOTION('()TT4)N) TAX.PLASTERS '. are notitktl Unit there will lie n ,,h.111.I Oil ftrrll'.II.f traIn from every Tallaliassue, and' ar Fmdi urounil "t cal lioin. Liverpool Wblle) titulul tormi, l'nrnron,

    British flag. Gen. Spear Immediately commenced lY\regular; meeting of J.utku'un Lodge/ No. I, at rln" lni i\annah on SAIL KDAY MOKMNO I III 11.11\1111' 1i,ind,
    WaanisoTOi, June 11.-By order of Gen. A. L. time t tricflimmt with stenmer 'lor New Vork.1'iswnireM .
    :Masonic IU11 rrlniii Kio I'ntfco.
    Intrenching. Tbe morale t'tho army Is very bad.- on S.iturdiy cunlne, June lOmb, at !8 !
    Gurney, now of Scluia, a remonstrance signed' by o'llock. hy liallroad can proceed from the train
    Desertions are tho rule. Whole companies are making on board the boat "IUIICI', without going to a hotel
    Union and soldiers
    officers now planting in thit '
    tracks for the nearest home transport office, Visiting; brethren of good standing are Incited. F. DIHBI.F.':, ,'\\lent, 'TEAS.
    whole State, against the cotton tax, has been sent to Con By order of tho W. M. June M .''H( Jacksonville, Flu." at the Ol Stand In Tallahassee' where we are prepared .
    and In some Instances regiments desert the
    customers with all kinds of
    The General that cotton cannot be
    organization. Drunkenness prevails to an alarming gress. urges .June 15, 1'IiI. JOHN I.. TAY1.OUVv.. I Imprrlnl" (iumnluOn du'r, .tiipan and SniuhoMt orEmugll.h 101'1)
    raised at a profit with the tax, and thus the latter --
    -- --'- -'- --- -- CHARLESTON S. 0. : / Itreakftut.SUGARS..
    extent. will drive out five thousand Northern emigrantsnow :..*,- l.lver foiisplftiBtis of bilious, clinintes FASHIONABLE

    THE CHOLERA IN NEW YORK. there and prevent Northern emigration, without arise from the SMIIC canoes which proiliue t'e\er Via Fernandina, Brunswick and Savan-

    Mrs. Reid, who washed tho clothes or E. A. Fr,. bleb the General think! the Southern States and Ague, mind art curoil llIllh the same vrrtainty by nah Georgia .

    act, whose death from cholera waa reported was. cannot be purged of disloyalt OSt.Ooirs: ) : INDiA llloLAfilHit'E.; Even after -o- DRESS ,GOODS

    seized with the same disease on Wednesday, died time III er Inw becoino inneli elll."It.1".1\ tender Tilt STE.M I Eli I'lne'IIIt., ( hlii I t'nt, for tilde ust, Vi How ami ,
    ARRIVAL OF THE SCOTIA. upon pressure It U in few weeks! (Iron n of >.nrloin icnidi. .
    that night A German girl living In the same house a restored to Its
    was also attacked but was saved by prompt treat New YORK, June IS.' -The Scotia lias arrived n Itli natural elite i orencM and pnlu In the side relIeved, I...... II. Mss' ...... 11.0111. "''ollr. Grenadines and Organdies, S

    mcnt Liverpool' dates to the 3d. Lall.1 from Liverpool wllusniligrnerul; iniproxiineiit, ns denotes return- I'l'dflsh and S... I M.ukerrl.HHKAI. .

    Six Steamers sailed lo-day ror Europe. market Is np to Saturday evening, June !9d. Inn health. MUSLINS AND PRINTS

    The city of London and Teuton! take upward ol Cotton Bales 15,000 bales, Including 3,000( to speculators I Sold by M. I.I\ ELY, )
    and Importers. Mark,t buojantand firmer -v LACE MANTELS
    two millions gold. Prtitcclxt I. TuiIi.ili'seo... ___ ,
    with an advance of half penny, occasioned by late June I 13:;, liiil.' Tu-'i:!

    FENIAN FIOHT. adilces .from. America. Middling uplands' tire <'Iuo-| ::1ziTE 1I.l8lol1l1lo'IIt.; !Soda. Illsetiltlnc.. Hist. 'nil, Pilot Collars and Betts
    New YORK June B.-fit AI bans special report nn ted at about 14d. Urcadstulb, quiet. ProInlon Dread tester (.'MI..kers ami llutter I rm. .Kcrs.White ,

    engagement between Col. Scanlau'i Regiment and active. Tallow firm with slight' advunee. Consols .!tU' di'atirincnt. Carrying the U. 8. MalI Marrow !llv.n.. Dried) Apples, !tI,.,..

    the British cavalry near Fidgeon 11111. closed In London on Sntiml.iy nt NVtCi
    The British cavalry were dispersed and fled In con twenties 1'itiii':' < : ;(. -0- Whiskies Brandy Wines &c. ,
    fusion. EUROPEAN POLITICS. PLANTERS' II 0 USE. rplll ls! t1o i: t: ::41! F.\\I tH: h.II lni( been, 1,1''I'lp'r'
    The Fenians captured one hundred horses and I tininently on tlie line I..I". "II (.hurlestmi" anil Ohl) fnlilnclhlskey, l hy t.iirrel, or trillion\ Boots and Shoes
    - three flngs. Five Fenians were wounded and one It Is fully continued Hint Austria, Prnsiln Italy I'lilnlkii., ,, Fin 1II'II'hlnl' at nil luiidhiK' on I the ft. ,I.. ,h) l I.! m.f ..rI'J i lii'ttli I I s, ,
    and the German DM will be represented in the Conference Johns lihrr, solielts. \ a rlnire. of public lit totmumct', bo- X Rye il<> l h y ni.et>riJlM>'itU' ,
    Briton killed and three wounded. by their Minister The time of the inciting \VK': 'nF.81'r.l'nTI.I.Is.on1: TIIKI'l : hug' cmii,,,immnuiu'ui by ollU'ers expurlt'iice'', will anil :\ I lt\e\ tin bv barrel or uillon
    Scanlan subsequently! ordered his regiment to UI.IU Hint n tt'iniKirnry. r.i\ornlil' knonii, on I ihn route, and hm\lime nnsiir-, I.h..i.... llr.in.ly: In Imltlis. tor fimlly use, HATS AND OAPS
    withdraw from Canadian soil, but Gen. Spear still Is not yet fixed but Clarendon (Jortsclioir Dif mark ] paused aeeommodilioim. Tor paosniiri 1\1Illrl'lllhl. I'liieh, IIr.lhl"UlI.. ,
    L1 and Lamamori had officially announced that they BAR ROOM v\tty (tunrnntee uf comlorl; nnd sulety can lie relied 1'111', llolliiiiil, ) lilI.11111"1111I11"11'1',

    remains. would shortly arrive In Paris upon i \ ., In quarts' ,nnd pllils, CLOTHING, HARDWARE,
    I'hl..lllieI.I'U" (.IIArl '... (; ,
    < .1I rverv Sl'.NDVV hlskry,
    AN ORDER FROM TilE PRESIDENT. It Is stated that N.ipolcon will preside over the will\ bo opened theP11ANTEJU' nt7A M I. :Suinnali, M IllS 11.\Y, All > A., mum ri\lug' I Im.1 111111.1. 1'1,1.,1..11- t Ibm 'rl. Dinner, tin, ,

    BiTfito, June ".Gen. Barney has received an Conference with Druyn dc I'ltnys, as second Pleni tirrnllKMIHia.Ki'tiirnlni: ,,,. Iral.h, dill andhlskey, CROCKERY
    ti order of the President of the United States, prohibiting potentiary. IIOCSR.: ;, sill leave for ('hllrl<'.I..1I every \\ Fi- I '|iiiiirtir (' ,,'n,h third ,
    . NESDtY MiMtMSii u) nt S o'lloik, nrrl\ln. at 81vunnnli I'uro I'orlliio, of gripes. the 1'roUnci-
    transportation over roads or other modes ol There rumors of an undemanding If not an alliance OX H.\TrUDA{ \ KVKXIXO: I on Till I i R811.Iliull'h'IrI.I"1I 1 on flU i 11.Y.. Iliiririniilv, l Iy Imtlli* or gallon'r"l, Agricultural Implements, &0., .

    public travel of persons and materials of war supposed between Austria and Russia to support\ the until! DIP. rrp.ilrs of tln> llonno I''.I"II"Pfl arc assured' I Unit positive connections, M i uli Ira whl', by holtlit I or IIUOI.

    t? to be designed for the purpose' of violating Treaties or'18IIt positively)' affirmed that Austria \\ o eordlnllj\ rttendnn 1111 II.IUIIIII'are finnplftod., nil lover.. of a ill hi* Hindi with I ImO tarlous., lined of steamshipsfrom looking \hie. t'lder liK-giir.' AT TIE

    R the neutrality laws. Also forbidding transmission declined to entertain a proposition for the cession Saviuinnli and ( liarlestou, for New Fork, Him
    und llnllliiiori'.
    Ii over telegraph wires of mcassnges In cipher or otherwise of Venetla, and has made over HoNteln to the Something Good to Take. ton .1'ill. 8. SXMMI9ACO., and Porter. LOWEST OASH PRICES I0 J JllnxliiK

    t. from Fenians, or matters relating to Fenian Germanic Confederation. j. .1ACKSON.tCo. Agents nt .IncksomilU. t In. Ae

    t movements. The London Times, In view of thin action by Am- June lii ?..lntMcKIBBIN June I 1'J 7s-ilnioDissolution -
    -- -
    trio regards Ah, AlWmi's I Iiidln. Pile Ah' (i muimnucu..'
    i peace as hopeless.\ JertVrjV ,
    & ALLEN of
    Copartnership. | .olhlol .
    NEW YORK, June 9.-The Fenian council of wart A NEW IMPL'I.SETOTIIF. FESIAXS.WASHINGTON Irown IYI8' I'"rl'r I VKt.ilillslu'd A liruni'h of our house In New
    \\llor.FS\I.R) liF.ALKIi.S: IN { h I brri-tofore.
    Buflalo decided It best to order all troop back to : 'PIIF.O.II'AIM'NEKSIIIP rxlullnic] bo Vork, we are furnlnb Oooils of all kinds.In ,
    Juno 13.-The Inquiries made by L t seen I Henry Leon und Dux. 1,1,I l.rvl I Ii* till duf lrl'l"le.ll.
    . their home Without arms and money they think General Monde. are as yet Incomplete' but so fur as DRY GOODS diMnhrd by niutinil convnt. Mr. II. Leon \he alone TOBACCOS.Mmitit.ilneer any itumtlly| on tlit sliortvut notice anil the most

    .. It a useless waste of life to enter Canada. they have gone they do not confirm the report that nutborlxed I tutu' II rill. to reeelvo and receipt on account of Hit, ...t"nt'leolla tlrml.

    4 i. HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENDED IN CANADA. the Canadian or British force crossed the boundary OUOCEltlES, irAI'.DWAIlF IIKVRV: I.FOV': ) nf .11 I His., iuiui li", I'rldi! nl I ('Huh iiJi'ttnftn nntifefln nfol,.Vi/11I"h.

    TOMOXTO, June 9.-The Provisional Parliament line or that any oCt he Fenians have been killed I IMMDI.KVI.: limo. Navy, raddles, uf 'JO)IIIo"1 1 iuu.hi, 5huui |HI\I>S ofViirloiiH
    t'. by them or that any prisoners were captured' by QUKKNSWAIIK: TillitlaHsee' t'IIJUIII' I Ilib I I ITho i'ewl. Krudii' HODGKISS SCOTT & CO.
    convened Governor General's
    ." yesterday message them on the American side of the .frontier.. l'J.OTIINU (\\SM.MKI5KS:;! : $mu.uk,' lug' nnd, ( h"'A'"I.' 1,1\1., Ilirwlntr' ; TiibnHUM' ,
    congratulate Canada on public spirit shown In rising nndiTsliiii, will inrry on thn hiislnras, at the lir.III. 1 do, Ac. NEW YORK.
    t to repel the Invaders; called attteutlon to the III PP.\I.O. Juno 12.: -Tho action of Congress has" KEADV-MADIU'LOTIIINO) : ) l, old! stand.' III hlit own n.ini. ', .nd sulKits aeontlniiHIICII A"'I"okllll., (dl' '' Mauani..

    : Issue of President Johnson' and given .a new life to the Fenian movement. Enthusiastic of I tin* pulroiniKe of the Irlemls. mind cn.toinersol 1..llt.1 Mllln /iuiiriiil.oill-.niid, I t Mi.l.liTS. Tallahassee, Jmnmry U"M., !u-!)'.. __ .
    proclamation, WIXES AND LKJt'OI.'S( : .
    t Iii old firm
    11. LEON. $ I'arallnu CandlesBabbit's .
    meetings are expected and a revolutionary .1.11"11" I'l'rl alt
    strongly recommend suspension of habeas June I U TS! Mttownrcl
    corpus. -
    committee has published a stirring appeal to collect PORTER, ALE: AX)) CIIH-J: ::,
    The suspending the writ habeas corpus was NEW GOODS !

    Introduced, pasted In both Houses, anti signed by commissary stores, money,etc.,to call mertlll and WOODKy.WAKK, TIN'-WAKK:, 8.10 Potash.

    the Governor General. Suspension of habeas corpus to pledge support to the men who Inscribe upon KI5U1T AND SPICKS Ac. At- Ac.
    I their banners "Universal Liberty." ",, l( i.'i: rrom my riiintatlon five nih.,. rift) (" '11 worth niaken Nino, llallons of HoapVnohliiL' ,
    caused great Butler here. Many persona Lave Juno 1.1: TU-ljr O: from Newnatis\llli,tin, .,on ih" Taltaliaa- \ 1..1'.. fro I, I.I tn I HirntitI1T ---
    left and are leaving the city; In consequence no arrests CONGRESSIONAL SEW -- -- ate romt" on Sam uurulmy highs 'tim b lust., two > K ug.! AIII"I.I''' fhnl, I linn; Caps' ,

    !have yet taken place, but somo are expected WASHIXOTOK Juno 11: -Tho Senate was engaged! PROPOSALSFOR Ml I.Pu:'?, oni a brluht sorrel. I hors.. 7.1 ui.'. 11I1'"r.' D. V MEG1NNISS & CO.
    d.'r. JIll other a dirk cream Mare :.Mule dark'
    ;. soon. We have tiding of arrest from various the consideration of the legislative CIJOCKKIIV.AI.unriu I ) I
    tlHlalln appropriation stripes oter each shoulder ami alontr th bark, .
    ( point of the Province bilL IIIIMIIM; IUUUGKS. hrmdeil: on one shoulder plainly with tin-. letter I III i | A".: .n. Mi:<
    The Homo discussed the Senate bill In relation to her lell .ye, though;; apparcntlv irnod I I. perlritly t.arrh'u \r'II,"hiuumighut| how. thu "&' Express,." Ibnlrslork or
    f 1: ENGLAND. ',KITTEN PROPOSALS: will lie received at tile blind. Ilia ulm\u row urul Kill bo laid, for both' 'rtl'nl
    Niw YORK, June 10.-Steamers Dalmatia Malta, the bounties of colored volunteers, and passed It ; nniro nf time Jinliro. uf I'roluitu of I.I-UH county, mules. or I'J5! for ,cither delivered either In t lie '
    v Denmark and Edlnbarg have arrived with dales to also a legalizing colored marriages,and for other until 1.-hilltV, time Mill: of July nvst fur furnlnliInir Hlierllfnrieoii county M I r. rjniimlerk' or to thu City WOOD-WARE &c. SPRING AND SUMMER
    niuleri.iln anil bullil cltlii nil of the live ,,
    mug or i.mr.hiuI or Se..n'III.\lIh'. ,
    In the District of Columbia.Mr.
    the 13th nit. The Government was beaten In Par purpose,
    public llrld!;f sllniitcil In the first Itonil DUtrlrt of w R IIWSI1.I.J.\'r.;
    liament on Bonverlca' motion for prevention of Niblock, of Indiana, presented a luemorlol of multi 1 county, time County: olllllll..I".cra: reserving June t'j 'i uitu., Ih."II. Wash llonuls I llriMiins, t'hlrlll,

    . bribery and corruption at election. The Govern. the Florida Legislature relative to the Internal Tax tliorliflil to accept or njiTt sold |1'1')111\11| nt their - W. W. \ Shine ilii Miwiin's. ltl.it .. DoorV GOODS .
    dlniTrtlim. .its, Matullii, htiul ii.. !S ull'l "i, t'u.thuuui for
    on Cotton, which was ordered to be printed, and'refcrred Kopn
    ( ment was defeated by ten vote being consonlld.vted. I'roiios.ils inunt specify the prlru of fot'li UrldKDsrparntuly TEN DAYS FROM NEW YORK. I'low l.lms, ,\c., .li\
    a. to the Committee otWay. and Means. nnd stiito S hut" kind 1 of Bridge It Is |>ro* ,hid,. In Tarlvtyand stylo, are equal to any storkrvrr
    (, Tho bank London ha topped payment puKtil ii) liulld. .-4e.. ollitrcil In Ibis market and which they onVr to
    : NEW YORK MARKETS. Four ol times llrldi;<'S are on tho neil loading &C. tin.Ir 'u.tulu"n and to buyers vunrrally at rrducrdpiUi' 1
    : THE EUROPEAN WAR TO TAKE PLACE-PRE. NKW YORK, Juue 14.: -The cotton market Is cut- from. Kurt Ilrntlfii to Mrs. drecn'ii, mid one on the FIVrI" Iolll.tlnl lu port M follow t
    11Xl'n.s: .;
    Jackson lIIulr ItO.I 1 between Mr. llurvcy's amid Mr.inj'i. ,
    TilE REDISTRIBUTION. ( Kor further liiforiiinllun enquire of Job Cunliml, ( .. "," 1,1', {iilnris. I'hll., ( Cmii-
    :2Oi42. Freininn Hi'uliorn lUwU or Jnhu Mul (o, humid Coin' In'rry Knuro., '''., Ac.. ; J1iliU..ct-'I l, II.. tumbliirtiiml DRESS GOODS.
    New YORK, June 10.-The different Europeu Sale of cotton yesterday 7,000 bale*. iulni>louura lit DMrlcU NEW GOODS; Jima, llrnndy ..a.I... ..d l'I'kl" of all
    Power all .the Invitation to Conference klliiln L'attupK H. .: A I-
    t'_ accept a Tbe Scotia' mall for the South, left on the iuoru- i F.. L. T. DUKE, ant.IA. nit rn lIllob .1111 lint
    1' which was to meet at Paris, at an early day. But l'relldeolllollr.1 Co. ConimlMluners. inn, 1./01 yrup, lUsplii' -rry d., H I.terry Uo., Foulard Hllks, Ircuudlnen,
    log trains.Gold Juno 15 rj-..!tt Ciimnl do.
    1 the belligerent are still preparing for conflict, nevertheless. HJJtf. hCtIni.tmu nf Wal'r A.- Irl\\lII., '1..0., IUrrirs,
    -- ATu .e/ln. I..u an,1.nl'I Jltout-ts,
    Italian volunteers are moblllilng rapidly.The Printed 1 llrlllUnls p
    ., NEW ARRIVALS. "rl".I.I.I. .( | I,
    Australn army la ROW six hundred thousand NEW ORLEANS MARKETS. Ijtyrr ,<, Hew 'III 11 hold anil h uhf bulrs, Cur' Poplin, Fancy o"llohIU Alpwan' ,

    ) strong, with park artillery and sclge gun ready. Niw ORLKAX9, June 13.-Bale* of cotton to-day, RECEIVEDPEK bCIIOONEK ARCTIC: ASH H'l It \\'. n. \"\'HSUnau.. runts I'mnes' of, A I very superior soft, ami itmllly|puprr' ,.ln Cllron'\II, ',.,...1'urll.1, French Kreiu aud Scotch Ulnghains

    t The Prussian are concentrating at Glatx, Land Shah 3,500 bales ; low middling at 30 to IMc. Gold 140!,. SALE LOW, AT ST MARKS : llriirlldo, 1",10.11".1., llord" .un W.lol"I".h..11, American nil lullI.1 Prluts.

    Prussia and Italy agree to postpone hostilities until Sterling Exchange 155. V and l U Ioei'lghiot4elI: In ,
    It I la known whether or not the Conference Cilia. 1.1,111 :
    Front Wa.......0.. OU ';*> di> extra do, 1..er.a crlrbmtnl 1 1.al.I..I| und Corn

    The great Austrian discontent second The conscription commenced Vienna, caused WASHINGTON, June 8.harl O'Conor, Es'<|., J1 40 bales do Mis Pork> hay, PRINTS : Itl I'liddliiK", 'b"eolll"t. 111., M.uiurunl.Allnplce '. Kinbr'd Trimming, Embroldi Skirts,

    I army marching one of the counsel, has applied to the Presiduit lor :Ji> M cuu'lre..e,1 lapa Trimming, Imperial KrlliliiK,
    towards Venetla on the 8Mb. Italy engaged not to the release of Mr. Davis on parole,offering I two hun 10 111 lil 1.. Pilot Bread I. ITKTAI.V I'KIN'TS DKMMS: 7niuI, Slice &C. Llmuii "Points, Royal l'rlluI8,
    r,1 attack during the sitting of the Conference but U 1'unbi Val Dr
    dred and fifty thousand dollar ball. A long cabinet 30 do PoUtova (:e..tI! ord r), I'ulal .l I',
    rebuilding her fort so a. to resist the new sod Improved IS casks Barley, (fur 1'1.1011'1.' 'rellb ', Dune 11.,
    .e session wo held to-day on the subject' but no conclusion A. II. "OY E 4.4 COTTON' SHKKTINttS: L'uMKay, Sued 'Drji.U C'olUr, Uue 1 Lace. Fall Veil,
    artillery.The arrived at. The impression prevails here June11OR1UGST J: T'J-i'l'' :! IVpper, 111'1'' ,4t. Stiuhmumi I do Jhu111<1 t'i nc> liuud,
    Paris Pays lay that compensation to Austria, 1IIler. (irouuJ cud Whiilu. Iluo. liiomed do MusIImmi.
    .for the lot Venetla, may be found in the territory that the application will ultimately be granted. -- 7-H nml 4-4. m.I .\'JlIW 111.liul, Ilt r; 'I nrlton, Mull cud N'lUoaook.I. lU"dlwlo.,. ; ., Napkins.; '
    S'uliiieS, Halt 1'1 DUpi-rs, Tow lllnjS end LoiiKlawn Emutirulderrdcliii / ,
    : | ,
    on tile Adriatic coast rruttla It to retain the Elbe =: / r.
    GREAT INVENTION A( Mart *ifw/i/,*) iKrpi* Uai*, Hfolloueil ("I". and Cambric
    Dnchlea and Northern Bchlcswlg U to be restored tiara-nt Spray OmfcMtT.-Mr John ('. Ferguson :SIIIKTINCS; : Clovva, tullIIlr..1., '\1., Aft '1 rlintnlnira, VaL 1"dkarebll"1 inserting.

    I to Denmark and the Rhine Province are to form practical steamboat engineer 01 :30 yearn UI- N. II. Call al ono door South uf M. Lively' 'siruirHlorr.

    the state attached to Germanic confederation Turkey experience, has perfected a model of an improved Itl.t'KAN'DWHITKP.t: : : !DOMESTICS.: [ FANCY PARASOLS.
    condenser: applicable( to any liljju. pressure>> TJACCOMMODATION
    will not occupy Danubion Principalities, a* wo spray !E. __ _
    the Western atcrs.
    engine on
    threatened, consequent upon Kuala and French declaration -- HACK.
    One of the greatest merits of the condenser SKIRTS

    against such Intervention. consists In the tact that It at ouce turns our 'f.tWEI'IDt.' a Jarxe quantity' In $toro N A CCO SI MOD Alii IN II UK 11001 ,

    EUROPE.FARTHXB high-pressure engine Into low-pressure, and tlmt, A"and lor sale by T P. TAn I :\t. Ribbons all colors. J t will run from thu1)519ev MO.TRKI.I.I .
    at one blow, as II were, deprive our Western' Trimming lu Mr. M u>urn'* lloTM.ami Irum i, 1.,1"1 Ma uEmprrs4 Trail" lop Skirts,
    21 Pour, June 10.-The Hibernian ha arrived boat of their terrible fume ol being u dangerousas )...'.: M.%MM' M pound! in Ktormnd 1 for sale to 'I 1 bouiu.)llu, Iruovvrnlu. lu I?.) |. le and purl I iuiui" .,

    with Intelligence to the 1st. a powder magazine,01 more explosive than the }J low by T.. P. TAIl'M. Belt Ribbons all colors. where lu be cluutr't a* imrtl.. m.y Ladle.. and MiMi hmimmovabluiTnihi 'hoop Skirl..
    desire. MM >>.
    No In Continental affdrs.L A.
    change .
    moat dangerous The Y.\JIt1.
    gasee. high'pressure engines; ,
    %''' .. Oil, a large 'lulU.lilylllHlllre aud 77mitGUNS
    .,-L The time of the meeting of the Enropean Conference by using the Spray condenser, become low-liree. L/foruloby/ | T "'. TATUM.U : Blk White and Colo'd Bonnet -. -- MATTINGS.

    p.i I Is not yet designated. La Prease of ParU,s.j* sure at once, attaining the same power with kixty: GUNS !
    t that Napoleon will preside. pounds pressure as U now required with ono .., .:. P.II.lli.mutb: n.t ('hl... 44VIIM White )ltul
    hundred and twenty or one hundred aud rofurm for sale by T. P. TA 1 I'M. and Sash Ribbons. ANoTIIEIt fiaT OP FINE I It. II. titSI. 1'111.1 ,64IU Cheek Matting..
    I4 MR. DAVIS.WASHIXGTOM eighty. I Put. fires b, Jut rOO'IY" and (..rnl
    Mr. Ferguson bill exhibited- his model to tbepraetlcalruccb"nk'1 : **-ui", mind iii. I'arb. .So.ts. I,;H'.o' ;;, .very low' by
    LE June 10.-Horace Greeley and other EPMOVt MIE1W.V t.OUMAS. HATS &c.
    sale by II': TATIM.1'U.K .
    F'lt from New York are In town, their business being and engineer, both- In thig French Corsets Corset Steels .'I.ril V4:

    I to see Judge Underwvod In order to urge upon city and Albany;also to the scientific engine builder 1 "siiis" : : and 1 Sullen! Fliu: Iu "Store' mid - -- Iruls, Ladle, Misses cud Boy of mmli slyl,'.
    and mechanic of both cities, who Indorse it n.l
    formic 'IP .
    -L by TAIL'M.Gl'.n :
    I : him the justice and propriety admitting Jefferson with unqualified approval. -- Buttons Lace Mitts Lawn PISTOLS.COI.T'H .

    Davis to bait Some Congressmen say, confidently The merits t>f the improved condenser are 4.l>ll'.n, (new crop,) a lunfB iu..nllty, CLOTIIINO.Gonts -
    !t1 that Davis will be admitted to boll, while others are manifold, being able to condense one hundred sale by 1, 1'. 'IA1CM.VHUIOWAT Veils, Victoria Lawn .1 (.'UII'lfl, aud 1'n.DMITII just recilvodind A WKK-MiS'tf. 'fur .

    equally firm In the opposite opinion. and| .-eoty pounds of steam, and from a vacuum --- isle 1" l"I .t tfOKMAN.April .
    .: ...T A *" "l. FreDI, "y ) i1 and Boys
    thirteen pounds, a tact to all who are tonursaat IL KoglUband Amwicao,fur sali! l.y Nainsook Muslin 1 1FISHING Clothing.
    with the application of steam,that establishes T. P. JATL''M. -- -- -
    fr i June 1L-A special order convening its utility and certain success. It cannot weigh - Swiss Muslins. TACKLE BOOTS SHOES & GAITERS.
    ;t a Military Commission at Raleigh, N. C., on the over halt ai much as the condensers now in u.'et IOU',.:. Bromine and Codeine, for sitlo at lUeorn ,
    la form and "' of 'I'. 1'. TA'1 1 M.T HCPPLV! Juxl "- and for tale '
    and simple .It. '
    1U of June, for the trial of the officer*of the Freed- being quite application AUtMII Ladies
    -- -0- )1" t.OKMAN. U..li. aud Bus. Bouts, Shoes and
    meo't Bureau arreoted the Instance of General any engineer can use ILHr. tt' at i %!i .:u U :HHIIM:" (rrrab 10t.Jllal Ce.C AIrll U I
    Ferguson hat been life-long titizen of
    Btetulman and FuUartou baa been issued the a ccve".w4urMJII", T.I'.l.\Tl'W. -
    ,, by
    Louu>ville; first served an apprenticeship: to the --- --- --- CATS &; COIL FOR LADIES HAIR : COIN
    War Department Among the delinquent are Gen. trade, and has been an engineer on the Western 1r uiowsp" : and tilyerriiir for 11011".1 RINGS HARDWARE, CROCKERY,

    -t., eral Wbittlwy, Major Wlckersham Mann, and See- steamers nearly all hta Lie, and U fully conversant .j. '(-tIUM'$ DRUG bfUKK.M I.ADIE.V DUE:>;S (:IOOUS, | Q 4 K. HwarrauledJu.t. ( ) reelc
    ly, Capt Boaekran and tilavU.Gen. with all the wants, defects au ;I ItEEU" ) DII. and White Lead Jmnut ;received' LACK: : :SHAWLS- COKMAS.April Cutlery,
    Tamer I Ie presiding omcer.h' and uses of team on the Western river lie has L MYER. .
    and tor MIll .
    by 1. f, |AlfM.O1 17
    ; Enlistment in the regular army are stated at teenin| constant service, anl was engineer, winy Ca
    S.OUO per month. years ago of course, of the Ikr. .famed, |*trle4reytona ,f ..."... ..:., o"-, several kind, fur S,,M) at CORN FANOY KEROSENE LAMPS,
    the fastest steamer that ever turned a ...ltal"'I' by T. P. TAT CM.siistM CORN.
    BLACKGUARDISM IN THE 110 L'SE. wheel on the Western waUn.Un -
    I WA.SIW'W., June 11.-la the House to-day per- one occasion; she made the trip from Sew ? i and Bplrra:all kind, for; ash' at REDUCED PRICES. 1000 BUSHELS FOR SALE FANCY NOTIONS

    ... Orleans to OweDhboro in four days, when some TAIL.MS I bRIG; BTOKK.
    oualiUe! of the (1'0610Icbaracter were Indulged In rItit HlIJtI. WIIITK .5'
    4- by Mcasra. Grianell and Bowseaa. The latter denounced of her machinery gay way; aol on aiitlH occasion r2 Oil. and Pure Mustard, .;'.;-.. L, -o- .)tJIJ IOITUII' TIN WARE.
    nbe wad .tbe run front Evansville to I'ort- T.I'.lA1UI. Iu lot lu pull buyer and cheap fur oob,
    V Grlnnell la very sever terms.FOREIGN land 200<< miles, la thirteen boars. .. -- ..- .. L't STAYNFE.

    NEWS. Mr. Ferguson is still engaged: a* engineer on I)'....)* aud Pulrut Medicines, all binds, for tolal 15 Boxes CHEWING TOBACCO, May 1, l'i1 W. WOOD AND WILLOW-WAR.
    the river and has been on all kind ol bual, all TATLMd:! JJUKi bfUKE.kl --- -- -
    .T Saw You, June 10. -General Beauregard flatted suea.., little and big, and was the engineer ot the I -- : WILL liE tK-Ll! LOW.al FLOUR.
    the Liverpool Exchange, when his presence becoming famous low-pressure, J. A. Gotten, built there ( \ I"M! ) Ounct7 (best b,......) for tale. Groceries.
    T. P. TATtM.1UHJ
    known great interest wa excited and the new just on the ouibreak of tins war. bile was in tint l uy AA HM'KEIJ SUPERFiNE f 'r'lo.J .
    "t'M-k) (
    -- -- ------ -- TI.\! ",e Jilt |MII hiouglut sincethe UJtU.
    filled. lie wo applauded on leaving lower trade. I I ... .. HIU ,' ., Cram ker (
    room rapidly 1 )OIM ... \ IU. in rtt'ire and for / iu ( t "reo 'lo'It 4
    li-cliiic iotxN
    uii'l iUI.u MiM
    and considerable numbers of people followed him The spray, condenser I b a great desideratum on IL ...le"J TP. TAl L'M.SHiKl III t iir.reiionuItigIy May V* H- do L'
    onr Western. rivers, and we Lope to bear that it / : lowV. h.pep.iis i Wafin.tbow ..h. .
    j through the streets.Tbe : C...... fat llewlll" lUblnrTf..r isle P1mm, A I.pll
    LiverpooL has been brought into general use especially on ": \ U. WILSON A iii'i.Jei.es CRACKERS.I Cb. TIDO
    1 k Cholera b.s entirely dUappeured from passenger steamers. i I. p. TAIL M. n l'httd'1' I bU 1'
    - -- (1.
    ----- .*..' I use BUHILd: ( at lie PtcmmuUU De.
    Tile London Herald say the Chilian Minister to i I uiiiigie': fiiuk 1''I'r..d' (,lizeer R>*A, [ 'U.tKER' prrl"ulld Currul Jelly,
    The Fenian lgned for the I fors.ii.by 1. p. TAIl'M.: IOIBI A AI..CblIuet"r.
    .; London ba4 demanded his passportThe LUMBER MaySi, I'5. 74WESTERN LUIal.ly.
    -- -
    BrilUh Government U said to have offended armlet of Ub<:ratwn,1I thus described: by the N. I. IWurld |' % A I Kftl ant Bucbu Le-.,.., a frisk K fur -- "I'\le( ttnuidy, Alwll.
    "A white harp on a greoaleld thirteen U .. ( .
    ; .100 ty T. P. 1A11J*.
    Is incensed L. Kllo. .
    both beiiitftreots. Spun at Mr. yard's .. D CORN. 1"1"1..
    lateral. strife, seven led and six while. The differI I U IIILcr. ,
    language, and Chili la Indignant at being left enc between the FenUo and the United SU&alLoc \r i'11.'" III:", (;011Alura and 1.1'1:- Saddle and Carriage Horses for Sale I ( "" Iruur."..
    In the lurch at the eleventh bun wood, fur sate byX 1. TAIL'U.and ,
    consuls In we satotltutiun In the foriuor of lurp -- r- .. sirE WILL fELL riVF.BiwbcUaltlU. : TUll'I.\M) (!J, I.& Lard

    SEW YORK MARKETS. for tha tb1rt,-*!* sun, and of a peeo fur the blue 111'1: \lIIPale$ H. lr bru I._, a'HE: CITUEV1: T1LLAIUSJEE AND VIeiulty I aul.' e. luna. ..

    t Ssw You, June 8.Cotton quiet and unchanged. Add. TIle length of the tnIga one-iUrd greater 5 aU varieties, fur sate by T. 1'. TAlL M. I "a!. uulllicd that tlie uudrr.l.:ued tut Jiut May McKIBBlX ALLEN. Flour, 80 urerler IIMukertL.(..,11,
    - - opened aJ..aIL1fllO1' : 1 Mu hruom
    Gold S>X- than Its bnaJtu. Tbo. *bo have Men a Sag -- --
    pro .%VI'IMlKl .... ... Cum March and nela. Much 15 -
    r Ezc1iaugeduUat9. ooonie: U a very handsome bauner. uo, tot Ueby T. P. TATl'>>. Yard Admnstrtor's Notice. 1/ l

    c Ntw YORK, Jane a-Cottoa tttady. Baits %,''M) A German writer \ imtMargstd Led -
    My a young girl I Ia. ttllaf : White sad Red Orbro, and K. K. RUBBER
    \i.l.4lV. many near lb. Urtul tit tttm Warv-houae, where jV width wJl be presented to lUc umidai.igimd BELTING.
    z baloat3e< ). rod. The eye ant the book, the smile the but, ton smile: by T" TAt U)I. i they will 1D.1a full auuniutbt bf all !klud* of tuuii ma cuO.. prvtU.tile *ucarlv IDI WIS'CH
    1"1 ) PLY lt1'lISLRdmidleehiGtaudi
    FuzkflrwatES& the loser the irudfoou the nurrUg the "batter In ttr at say tiu. sctlkiutut .Ia''. i I. rcouif UuWCI.- I I 1IU

    ;i Sugar, dulL which be U fried. W bat will the girl say "f that Ztl.UHtl.M .ll .1., (Mrs AU'O'a.Juat. I AUo\ tarrUju; ant B dJle hones tar Sile, at Brsaasnt..ble. J. 11 MIKHtLL.0 I M. Urn.AduuuUlnktor S Ply luOU Umcl.berSekiumC&4
    sole TP. TAIL ii.Ma25lwui. .. .
    by WU
    C&14 closed at 39. lLUtV by ribt I) of solo by .J.
    I I Ti I .Juue\ ii- 1 JlllM It .-: e Juuee i'.t t fllLY.


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    [-Co"ti'l7Irc1- ;- -Irm" Firl" !1'Ior.J aittond., I 'ttam-hip &t. JUST RECEIVED

    claimt nnd turned ... NEW ;IDRUI1 ITIREi
    from listening to tho e : -- --,= -- --- :BYSPILLEU
    her quite back again: into her oM habit
    ofarrogany ami. tyranny. XMortheloM! CluoUtO'v' & (00.

    Congress oonld )hate recovered her, by flAIL 'ROAD. -' --_4....- ,

    promptly( announcing its unalterable: policy Atlantic Coast' Mail Steamship Line

    of impartial jnMioc to all her claws.: Then GKROCERS

    would!. the South hate: rejected Congress. GREGORY DELOUEST ft CO ANDCOMMISSION

    Now she deeper it. Then would Congress ,, MERCHANTS "
    have converted the South. Now the:South CHANCE OF SCHEDULE -

    'I ii converting Congress. No Chit Right TaLLAllASSRR-0- <* C A BARRELS MESS PORK,
    i Al'rll16lb, 1 00.
    mibstittite for entire WHOLESALE" AND RETAIL] DRUGGISTS u", Dried Peaches
    Law, and no other / VN and ndcr thIs Ante, the trains on the 1>eti .. 5 barrels ,
    justice, can save the South. No promise!! I \J I'olll.t icorglt Rnllroitd will ran daily\ ii follows: SIDE-WHEEL SHIPS. 100 Sacks Oats,

    protection to taut portion of her people, EAST!! -...- 200 Sacks Western Corn

    whom it leaves stripped. of their own power teaveQialney..e.... iroA.M. a'ii.t.ii: .' : or I.AV.8AILINU 100 Cases Rye Whiskey,

    and natural! right toprotect themselves, cansave Arrlv""tT.nuh..ece.................... IDA --u- Tallahassee Florida 20 Barrels Pennsylvania Whiskey,
    her. Without mnal: ju!tice in all thingsto ......ve Tallllh .ec..... .................. 700 EVERY TIICRSIJAT.: 200 Barrels Extra Flour
    Leave Mndlunn.......................,.10.V) -0- 1; ]; ,
    her people' she will go straight on to Arrive lit Lllke Cly.;! ..,...., ............ 205 P.M. Cabin Passage $20, Steerage $5. 2,000 lbs Canvass Ham,
    greater horrors than those she has emerged WESTWARD.LcnveUkeClty 25 Boxes Tobacc,
    of of The New and
    from-even to the horrors a war races. Splendid! Side-Wheel Stcamthlpt 25 Kitts Mackerel,
    President ana ,................. .. .... '.8"" A. M. "
    The absurd yosition of the Leave Mndlimn ..................1050 GENERAL BARNES .400 Ibs Assorted Candy,
    of one member of tha Cabinet after another, Arrlvoatlallahassee................. 285 Drugs Medicines Chemicals Toilet and Fancy Articles 20 dozen 8 quart Tin Buckets, ;
    and of member Congress after another, LeaveTallabsasee.................... ..300 THOMAS H. MORTON, Commander. 20 3 "
    one Arrive Qnlney,....................... 4.no Paints Oils Window Glass Rock Potash and Petroleum .
    tfnt the conqueror, though acknowledged( 8T. MARKS TRAIN.LeaveTtllithitoKec. HERMAN LIVINGSTON, 20" 4 u. .

    Id haro the entire control of everything Together with thing kept at a first class Drag Store. 50 dozen Tin Cups.
    else in the conquered' '. States, has only a !,...................... 7no A. M. J. H. DAKKU: Commander.
    Arrive at tft. .............. --
    Markt .. .... uoo Each WOO Tons, will\ leave Savannah Thursday.
    partial control suffrage in them, will not. Leave 81. Marks.......................UM M. -u- every ..tl (j an atiortnient of the most popular Patent Mediclntt of the Jay, viz;: Also a large assortment of
    snffiice to cheat the blacks of the South, Arrive atTallaliassee....,.............,. 1.110 P.M. ,' nE Ships of this. line were built with an especial
    and lean! of all, their Great Avenger. t-if half iin hour will he given on the arrival of regard to strength, speed and comfort. In aecommoflittions OSf.OOD'S INDIA CHOLAGOGUE, FINE LIQUORS

    t have! said we miwt! deal with the Sonth the cnn at Tallulmtece for Dlnnei. going from and they are not excelled by any Ships on DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS, ,
    routing this the coaot. An commanded
    wty.A by experienced, careful
    I tho Barrel Gallon Bottle.
    in the spiritof impartial jUllt cc. We must. line ol stages between Qalnry, RitnbrltlKC Rnd and polite officers,.and usually make the trip to New nOOn.A D'S GERMAN BITTERS, by or
    also deal with her in the spirit of great Albany, and between Monticello and Tuomuvillu, fork In 53 to M IlOal'1l.LlnsnSTOS. IIELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT UUCI1U April 13, im!- 01-3m .
    will connect with the trnlnti., FOX A I CO. Agents. ,
    generosity and great love. W e must claimno ROBERT WALKER II'! Liberty, Street New York. JACOB'S DIARRHEA ANI DYSENTERY CORDIAL VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE

    indemnity for the past. ''We must exactno May.!., 67 uen'lsoperllllend<:'!!. WILDER & FULLARTOJAgents/ ,
    uneccssarjr security for the future. We PEN. & GEO. RAILROAD. June Savannah! Day Si 7rt-2m reel No. 8 Stoddard 1 Range. W1NSLOWS_ SOOTHING SYRUP, ron CHILDREN, LEXINGTON, VA.

    must subject her"to no changes and n9 AYERS' CHERRY PECTORAL, .-

    ditlabUit.iez!! which' are not indispensable.( I FOR CHARLESTON, AYERS', SARSAPARILLA, THE BOARD lnla Military OF Institute VISITORS on will the meet 2Tth of at Jane the

    If the reBk lg up of her large landed estates -I Savannah McMANN'S ELIXIR OPIUM, to make appointment) Cadets. Application for
    to parcel them out to her white and I &c. BTATI and PAr Cadet tppolntmentt will be made to
    TARRANTS SEILTZERS APERIENT the undersigned, accompanied with the usual testimonials .
    black poor is not demanded by her j>co|>lc, TALunUItIl, January 2, I066.! -0- of good moral cuaractcr.

    we must not insist upon it. If, by 1'lIttlOgLbe NOTICE Is hereby given that no FREIGHT will\ THE STEA1IEnDIOTATOR & ., &0., &c., &c., &c., &c., & ., Ac.1ST Candidates for appointment must be exempt from
    fur tliipmci.t.. after 3 o'clock. bodily disease of from 10 and 85 years. and In
    ballot in the hands other blacks it !
    All communications, on butlucas will hereafter be lhe
    the 8uu Cadet
    case applicants, most laUtfy
    carefully compounded with neatness and at all hours
    PhyaIcIau' Prerscrlpll.uis despatch
    not be nceClllllt) in order to save her, to directed to the undersigned.Ti., / Board of their Inability to meet the expenses of the
    her whites who WALKER, Gen Sirp't. Institution.
    Withold it for a season from i
    Jnn. 8. tsflfl. 3J: URKUOMY: DKI.OtTEHT CO. Candidates for Admission must be able to read and
    were involved in the guilt of the war, then Tallalmco! Jane 8, I860.!! 77-tf write well,and to perform with facility and accuracy'

    there reninni why we should S NOTICE. _. the various operations of the four ground nice of
    are strong -- ---- -- -- -- -- -
    One Arithmetic of redaction of sImple and compound
    not insist the probation. thing
    upon proportion and of vulgar and decimal frllClloD8.ttate .
    S more. The South is poor, and the Northis ii M. LIVELY Cadets(one for each Senatorial' District,)

    still rich. Would, it ho too largo expression will be supplied\ with board and tuition without
    CMPT. aU M. COXKITEB.TILL charge.Every.
    fraternal'(' to save the South for NATURE OF TilE BUSINESS
    rpIIE AT THE leave PALATKA arrangement has been made by the Board
    some five or ten years from the impositionof -L various depots on line of I'ctmncola tII Ueorgla *l 8 'c'ock' JACKSONVILLE every WEDNESDAY.i.IJ'Tl11 Visitors to maintain the high! aHrarfc(' character
    Railroads Imperatively demands that we should every of the Institute, and to In full Itt well
    direct national taxes ? require Tilt 3 WHOLESALE ARt pot operation
    mornIng, at o'clock, and SAVAN- RETAIL
    that all Freights be pnld for before removal NAil FRIDAY tried and distinctive sj stem of discipline and Instruction. .
    With great regard, your friend, from depot. .t liEsanco every morning afternoon.1/ o'clllllI: ,arriving\ .
    GEKHIT SMITH. R. WALKER The graduating exercises of the Institution will
    For freight or board '1'_
    apply on
    t General passage or DEALER IN take puce tt the Institution the 4tb The
    Superintendent. on
    dale It Read
    at l'.latlla and 10 r. Dibble aI J.tek.
    j ,
    March 20 1800. M-tf .
    sonvllle\ Agents.L. exanunatloni will commence on tho TTth of June,
    THE OLD UAJIE OF CIIKNN.: M. COXETTER, Capt. and Agent. and be continued dally until completed. The public
    are respectfully Invited to all of these exercises.

    "A ntte-a mater-!*a nsldcm cried UIteis% 'afc1 N. B.-Papel'll the Steamer throughout Dictator, the will\country change,now her advertising day of- made For to all the further Superintendent.FRANCIS Information. application will be

    One pleasant summer'.diy leaving above.: PnJaika from Thursday to Wednesday: as II. SMITH '

    When.wHk her lovsr hjr bi*tide Superintendent.
    Thsy Joined In civil pityIn MYER8 CORMAN CHEMICALS DYE-STUFFS June 5, im o-6tw
    rlvtl play Inglorious them, PACIFIC ,
    ThsAoblest .
    of alll.m.: I. ,
    Who**Ivory Images pguran LINK N SHEETS FOR SALE AND
    Us Silver and I
    I Buck very loyal names. I Jewelry, TO CALIFORNIA, any part of tho State on receipt of II.

    H A ante I a male P .h.91 ltdlj wl,1, TotCUINII AT MEXICAN PORTS, AND CARRY. -0Physicians' -
    At,with 'tmpetaons hull PLATED WARE, FINE GUNS, INU TUE V. S. MAIL.Tkrougk .
    .f> .....,bI.nb plsrsd.BO Table and Pocket Cutlery and I. TweSySw. De,.. ( FOR 1866.

    eonldcut she _mill to"be, -
    Such boldness In nor raoln FANCY GOODS. 18 IIAI'PY TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS PATRONS AND! TIlE PUBLIC GENERALLY, THAT A few copies etude work on hand-will he mailedto
    II. did not for,moment nee tir: Watches and Clocks repaired and wan-anted. be It now receiving hit spring, and summer stock, which comprises every article that should bo any !part oCt the Slate on receipt of 13. The work

    UI,KIn|could Like her Queen March::1, 'IMA 55-tf ._ I found In a first clall'ORUC contains all the late statistics Information valuable r
    I'hytlclans; a blank each account headed and
    '"A snats'l1, male I" tt last. he cried F. W, ANSLEY ruled,' blank record of Practice and Treatment ;

    "Tn, 'Ila._Ie I see, AND Ruling for want and general memoranda, < CHEMICAL STORE ale by J. McDonuu.: Tallahassee C. Dmw
    Bat otly such n;, aarltnK pride, CLOCK & WATCHMAKER Jacksonville or ,
    A.I would have from Hire r' BrcAMsntrs
    U.MM. ,and mind.her lovtiljp formUla Mare $.., .r.n...._. ..'..., OH:van Comnrrixo cine win on vas mi PAATLANTIO -

    nail/arm b Till she anto bli .passion ..srroAs -0L'VElUtf IIKNKY CUAUNCEY; CONSTITUTION. His stock has been selected by himself with the greatest rare and strict attention to purity and a thor. or Gens.
    )answering. 'lore conbxwd."Atitl DEijClUl"TIOS or NEW IOKK GOLDEN CITY. ongh knowledge of the wants of the country, and 11'11be\ sold as low as can possibly!) by any alniliareatabflahmerit qnltt. Cheatbam Ashby,,Morgan BeanreRard Forrest Breckenrldce., Horde,Stonewall .1 Col.
    QUliEN In Florida.
    t; .! .Ej Watches lockl: audJeweiry OCEAN SACRAMENTO. Jackson, Joe. Johnston A. 8. Jabu.toa,8ter.
    BMstor MEPAIRi15
    jams: tlpld NORThERN
    sang with nelltaNI LIGHT, GOLDEN AUE. ling Prle lt.E. LeeLongstrcetLorlng.r '
    A.through/ tin room be Hew, and despatch. All work Wurranlc COSTA RICA, MONTANA,Ac Mosby, !Polk! Kirby Smith; 1010., J. P. Benjamin,
    This ass"bs CDMS., bul>,t I gueu, June Ttt-Uin / VNK of Ibe above large and splendid 8tblp.wlllieavo 1 PRESCRIPTIONS Lt. Maury A. H. Stephens Jefferson Davit,(;8,1.
    'Tla.ot III.,very&awtThs 1 \J PIER No.4:1: NORTH RIVER,fool of It PHYSICIANS' Scmrnes t also, ol Andrew Johnson Gens. Grant, lv
    .1>lo I oa (ims, wbll.'"It.name, G. R. CLARK Is ttlll Ibo ssrns I..., and :Slat of every month (except when those dates When women sweet and nun toinpcle, WATCHMAKER, fall on Sunday and then on the preceding BATCH- compounded with care and neatness at all hours of tho day or night. Hit Block consists In part of the age extra. Will be sent by mall to order.:
    OAT), for AHI'INWALL. via Panama
    connecting following articles \11: -0--
    ,Tbrff't sari t ante 10 be. AMU tlEAl.ln IN !
    Hallway, with ont (II the Steamships
    THE UI.AILE- :W $..'O**:. Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, ACA1 from Panama AULCO.Dcpartnrct: .for SAN FRANCISCO, touching at European) and American Drugs and Chemicals Faints Oils Fine "Quiet Along the Potomac,"

    of Itt and' 91st connect at Panama with Photograph 9 Inches, In rustic frame t I'Iew.a j
    I. SILVER AND PLATED WARE, Steamers for South I'aclflc and Central American English Castor Oil for family use Perfumery and Pomades of Fort Sumter \'ernunlanl1colored Photographs
    ; Ports. Those of Itt touch at Manzanlllo. of same site and style. Prlcttta.Orders .
    In alsen ,Costle,on t cnimhllnx tower Together with s gener.d! assortment A discount of ONE QUARTER frm steamer's Combs ''Brushes Soaps, aml a great variety of for any of the above on remitting the
    I iTbsre Uw t Hone(above your ready reach,) FANCY ARTICLES, rates allowed." second cabin and steerage patten- price,will meet with prompt attention.
    Which to lb. II... liaptrts. His' said.. ,the power goes with fumlll ..., Also, an allowance of ONE other Toilet Articles &c. &c. &0. C. DREW
    ......... Bookseller
    Of facile tI ,aid persuasive ix><
    And hence, of one who talks III>u.b a tone, WARDEN'S OLD STAND fumlllct discharges, and school, HALF teachers FA RE.; toldlcn having honorable Jfam. ..,,, ........ ,...,..... ...,..., ""r.',.'........... ..d'. ChIaw'as. ._. .11...4.sep. Miyj.0.1: n Jacksonville' .Florida.Hardware .
    The.......1.say "He'ikUndlhB Ultniey, Wont." One Hundred Ponndt' Baggage allowed each adult. .. .. .rsV.. lee",r........' lras*... _.ru Mr..AI.. _5......,....ad..eat,.,..".....
    Ont Vuor SmtOk btalt HuJt,
    II. Boggoge-mantcrt accompany, baggage through and
    TAI.LAIIAHMER. FLORIDA.WILL attend to ladies and cblldrva, without male protec SOLE AGEN'r: : POI !
    Thus when I te some flippant tourUI swell ,.. _
    -0- lu Baggage: received on the dock the day before
    Wlln Mentis wrested train an Euiwror-| BE IN CONSTANT KE-. sailing, from steamboats, railroads, and passengers HELMBOLD'S PREPARATIONS OSGOOD'S OHOLAGOOUE THE SUBSCRIBER has just opened the most
    And bear him vauut ala bitTcry and tell of all tbe new sod I. who prefer to send down early. assortment of

    Dow one be snubbed i Manuls'|' -I Infer test styles of goods In bis Hue.- e. _HHBM.. An eiperli'uced Surgeon" on board. Medicine and and Hunter's Celebrated Specific. 1L4HDWAKE. %C..
    TBS uaa casts hack, If hut the truth were kuowny witches,Clocks and Jewelry repaired at short 110- attendance Irca. ever brought to this place and Invites the attention
    way of Cork,and kissed Ilie IHaruvy hmnel tier, by exporlvuccd' workmen. I'ersons bavlne fine For Passage Tickets- or further Information, applyat o of persona needing
    Watches con rely upon| having them at carefully repaired the t'ulII"ully'.lIc1"'I oHlce, on the Wharf, FOOT !
    III. at hit shop .a*at any shop North or South. OF CANAL 81KEET\ NORTH RIVER, NEWPOIIK. A SL'PI'LY OF SUPERIOR Tools Building Hardware Cutlery &o.
    10 I' All work warranted, If well used. ,
    I hear t shallow dandy bout June 1. IbOU.! 75lyWH.KINDONJr.&Co F. W. G. BELLOWS,Agent .. to bis stock before purchasing.
    (On the lose ear thai mark a hrultair dunce,) 21'rll IT_CS-Sin: GREEN AND BLACK TEA OEO. MEGINNISS.. '
    What precious h,or. ladles' lips have lust. April, IbOfl 611

    To Ut tdraatstf*, I suspect,tt once, KNICKERBOCKERLIFE ..
    The Mlow'e' rjttug; that the dug alone CONFECTIONERS AND adapted to the requirements of the delicate and sick. CROCKERY.
    (Enough for him I IJ baa kissed Um Uloruey Bloat I BAKERS, INSURANCE COMFY

    IV. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., 3GO %% or iteCranUeCupsandS .,
    When prepared to furnish' the dlUeat of Talla-: OF TilE CITY OF NEW YORK.ASSETS,1865.700,000, B'ADIt of" $4 Dishes'let
    15 doz. of"
    some lady-read/, to dufameA ARE .. and lbs puhlla generally with Coulee- TO TAKB' 10 dox. of" .4
    absent beauty, with tt sweet" t grace of all kinds-take.. Candies, Nats, Frails Chambers
    With teeming raptor greet t bated name IB _OD. And land her rival) tu her wondering! bee: usually found In a Confectionery\ ior. TM following valuable medicines are so well understood by most persons that they seldom give llIelrlb.lclaat.u New York Prices al retaiL
    Tea Cnarlty herself, must o.a They also furnish on short notice, WEDDING Jl.oJtoreioI: of A 8et, to tt'tt'1100 of > opportunity of prescribing them,and none End U necessary that directions should accomuuy April6iS6.; GEO.59 IL MEGINNISS.
    Bum women,too,hate.kissed. tu*Blarury btone I CAKES and ORNAMENTAL CAKES of every do. LiubiJitit #1R.50. the "bottle. These especially wjll) recommend themselves ;
    scrlptlon, for ponies or otherwise" ,gotten up In the

    V. most Attached tasteful: 10. and their unique Confectionery style.: ls an rTMlE attention of-the-public I. called to this asJ. FINE OLD FRENCH BRANDY, OLD HOLLAND GIN, WOODEN WARE, &c.
    WkB thsek Itlornet. .ho.e......Iuctl,e tongues. one vI the noun Jest lntUullou of the kind In TUBS AND
    mouth with uuitlotuf itoldfa fee ICE CREAM SALOON America, as Us per cent of assets to liabilities show.During CEDAR Pine Churns BUCKETS,
    lu Fine Old Whiskey Sherry Port and Madeira Wines Well Buckets,
    Bralbeorth hutf fiilaenuodrfrum." 1"luu.luDir"" "* KXUteuce II has Issued policies upon ILUr and Wire Sieves
    where the nicest delicately flavored CREAMS coo the live of inure than. six thousand ,and uu ..
    (Tb word, are Jnvenal'a. 11. penona (;,;6. Snathes, Axe Handles
    ) '
    plain ,
    to Brooms
    A 1a."r"IIOllluu.bll'I.U see be \had. Having luuJe arrangements, with Messrs.ttruxcB paid. !I. .IOMCS, $JOUUOO to the laiulltet and represuuutivea for medicinal purposes, on hand and for sole byTallahassee Door Matt, White Wash
    ice n; : CKICULOW A Co. for Ice. on better terms of those who have deceased while member Bnuhcs.
    Th Specious rogue has .killed the Blarney blou.I than they hove bean ablt to obtain it heretofore, of the coiujmuy.! Traveling Bogs,tnd Baskets
    they can now sell their Creams at lower rotes.Ihey The ba.luCtaollhi.company being Mutual profits M. LIVELY. Bed Cords Cocoa: lJIPf.en.lau n,.Ac
    VI. bate also aSODA are divided auuug the pulley holders.Policies ,Florida, April, 1_ S M-ly May ........ !;EO. U. MEl lNSIiS.
    When Ihe faiN.pastor from hi.fainting Ho.k may bo secured, for short terms Endow - -
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    Withhold the Bread ut Uro FOUNTAIN menu, or for Life and made at death --- ---- -
    >-Iho Uo "" i neas. payable or on I
    T.tin them' dainty worda l'''t he should ibm k and are dispensing pure cold SODA WATER with the .party atuluiii a sp. .IUed: age. Premiums may MEW GOODS I L. M. GAMBLE & CO. Notice.A .
    The fracUn fabric: eXit,..paying.pe...- the bust ttVlll'tti doily. Their od4 Water Is made bo |>uid annually,semi annually or quarterly continue "" ToN will bs mode to the next General
    during{ Ihe existence of It e city or urmlut- Assembly of the State' of Florida
    | fur a Charter
    'll'bll1IaI from Marble Oust and
    Moat feel the ( not trom bicarb. Soda)and ..
    man, la grace nuknow n Is warranted' and blu on the payment of tell )'88/'t' premiums. AVE: just received U addition to their stock, a to incorporate The Southern Laud and Immigra
    Ba Utaed-nol(Ctlvary-but at delightfully refreshing as healthy -- "
    Blarney btoaela I other. Applications for Insurance received by flue supply 01FA'MTTJY lion Company.
    >HHa U any Ii. LEWIS June. '
    C. 77-3mw
    June r., 1t1d. 70-6iu
    .*AMMMO curl iflrant' inunji, ,./vOtt 1'aJl.Wu. ""Iorl"" GROCERIES

    ELLIS HOUSE -M.ueh 13. i'tti. sj; _ _ MYERS & GORMAN] KHBJUC1NO Executor's Notice.
    T'qUlII&loo! Do* gelling drunk ever i-- ADAMS STRUT 'LAU ARE ? BBUI. ALL persons hating claims and demands anlnai
    one's ,JACKSONVILLE JUST RECEIVED PER SCHOONERS 100 8LLonIJ.luld2thfrbriuld Flour EUt f the '.4e
    tance Uppinewr would Joseph CluUre,deceased
    m-ctu to be ;Iut HAVE V !2::> bbla. Pork ,
    ,g'flE t"SDEKSHiSED; IS PREPARED TO 18X and Express, a flue assortment of late of Leon county,are
    at Teat by the IrwUmuu "ho v cut ben HOUSE KECEUEd FERMA- goods Canvassed bugur ILuus.SSSsxksKmConee requested to present the
    dnIIIk, mind... ked wb"1 plell8ure courting l ha llliW" in THIS.'and Tronslent Boarders. The table dUE POULlEd of the. folio*lug responsible In their line consisting ut New btyles of : same to Ihe undersigned within two yean from this
    whey t Oh, Nelly, if* a tratc t-utitt-Iy to la supplied with the best the market en lusurauce Conipanlet 10 Boxes Navy Tobacco dote or this nonce Ulbe pleaded .bar of their
    ace recovery aud all
    two of swale affords ratruuoga solicited. FINE JEWELRY Sugar, Starch, Soap, Jtt 4c. ; persons indebted thereto will
    your purtjr f&ee1llllllleao.l Oi. one r T. F, WLLLlAM. rrorrle&or. The Gulf State Insurance Company, make payment to either of ns.

    When the negroe were worstrj! in the Memphis Jua. hid$ -ALSO- POLLY U. CHAIRE8 Exf;
    The Home Insurance .
    riwtf, a UwgreMuuual cuuiinitto had Georgia. Company, Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery on band a large assortment of .Ml Tr-.ttw M. U- PAPX E.I'r.

    sent down to Investlnte.. Wlicu "l bite peonll WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS The Eufaula Home Insurance Company, t

    werenbiughteredlnNorfolkby yoked. Ct.ingreat hat DO tearg 10 .hell.negroes uuwo-l FLORIDA. The Otrmaina 11... ("., The 2/uitoeer IiU" C I., FINE D. B. CUN8, I Tin Ware, Notice. 2

    Is this a white or black Goverment | Tht jfcigura IM. O., The Jiepublie Ju. G*. Hardware SIX MONTHS. : after date I will preset my ae-
    PER MOSTU.........|45 00 -0-- Pistols Powder Flasks Shot Pouches tni.MUcherf'M admInIstrator W t.kl
    At a soiree the otter BOARD Insuring-ainat Lots Fire Houses estate of U. 'Ccaeod.to the Hon.
    evening/ a per Week....,. .,... 15 U ; by on Dwelling V. Judge
    pointed out a Undifled indiviauttf to u 'IrienaiS1i.l'M'r do per Day.... g 00 filorvs.Cbunhcs. Academies. ,Hotels, bublvs: ,Barns Crockery of Probate of Leon county fur final .elllcmeDI, au4.
    .lCulptor. Bathing Included. The Hotel Is open and Springs Workshops and luIIdlup Keuerally. AND CAPS uk 10 be IlikbarlctL;
    ) wtJ hU chap
    as May Itt Tl-Sta ton In Warehouses or on PUuutions, aud other April 0,15(56. St-dww
    ICwl.Lur' Surely you must be milla- .-- moderate Ilazort Razor If airShaving -
    k.nl" property at rates of prcualuua.B. 'troJ8, HaJyer

    lie may nc.& be the kind ota ICE ICE ICE. C. LEWIS. Brushes Eye (7/w&."* anti WINES AND LIQUORS.The Notice. p4
    aald W. .. ODe IOU mean, Tallahassee,Jsn. 9. 1-nitt. :RI-it!: < 'rUE alatt.of WILLIAM
    Ufufl1uint bUI I !know &ha' hll chiacie in GolJ Silver I public are 10lteo10 give us a call before purchasing A have beeu'dccUred FERRILL. deceased
    a tailor out of BUil of clothes Lwot PREPARED SJkttklt8 I elsewhere will Insolvent AAdministrator's persons see
    week. : WILL BE OX AND AFTER COLDSODAWATER as e sell at the lowest cashprices. hereby requested to tIle their
    WE accounts against said
    CBOUII4 June 4th, to funush let IB clAd Sktl Franu Estate
    UI EtItOrE.The cholera baa quantities to within three monlba from the date 01 Ibla ad-
    from Ilie Ouch passed suit purchasers, at lowest rotes at our I I 1"SI"re opposite KJrku.t JohalOn' vert1acmeut. with the Jude
    ) o. LU1emoourgb into nUlland. I A l'rillu. 11116. dO 01 Probate of WaIIUIl-
    I' Las broktJI: out In lau County, fur I"''IlIem lIl_
    eyra! Dutch. towns, and at ICE HOUSE. sxso 4 ri>s LOT or -
    A. 51.
    }tlUudam IERRILL
    and Ielinle -- Administrator
    former 0 t-epccjii1y In llIe OPPOSITE DESIRABLE RESIDENCEFOR T-1htte, Much :JO, 1a.d. M-131w
    pbtce Bnt-n cu JtcDOl'OALL'S COOK STORE
    o corr d on the first Pt RZ CARBONIC ACID
    four of which terminated (auUly. day' SPlLLCR CRICHLOW tt CO. CIURGED1TII the but. bliarb. Soda,(..... MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. SALE.

    Junel.1at8. n .KU JIII'TXIIJoul.) arrauted pure and healthful March :: IMJO. Notice.
    GOOD IcRi-An honest s. 53 FINE DWELLING HOUSE AND /-
    UtUroUn. trundling TilE MONThS.au the Grit publlc lou of this
    &loag a hand cart CulAlaining all U. SXWtlt TO BI BiD aT *on the corner of Adorns and SL 1. SIX I ill
    yaluiblea a apply tll the IruD.
    STOP THE THIEF Judge, of Pro
    Was KCOti&ed 1I'ith; Situation Wanted. Augua.Itne stret-u fronting the CapitoL Is offerelrtor bate If M.waon fur ).
    TATUM'S County duinUsol AdmiusJon.
    DRUG STORE. a* -
    sale. There
    -Well, PWiick", you are movIng again I s<*." HOR8E8TOLEN. 4 HIG ULY vdncaittd aceompUshad Southern th! premi aU a good in KitUuu,8tbUi... and Cistern on trator oft be CIo"e Archlbal4 Fair, deceased: 1.4"
    at Faith, I sun. Le rt'pHI'' !, fur 11111 tine are so May S!), !*>. T* .tL Lady,desires sittLUion at GOE;: ins one of the most i. convenient and .icsjrtbie and is altoeetber ofw14cuun y.
    laud it's a dale cUeaptr: hiring hand carta than from w.T.u..bo.He;: prtvau laiully. Reference given and required. Address lu the rlly. Apply to dwellings ASS BAXPEIXExecutor's AdmJo1atrator.
    paying reDt&." STOLEN nl my hi.bib Inst,a shut: "',, ICE COLD "('," Lock Box&*. J.buafWo1e.. L C. DEMILLT. A'enL 16. 3lHlDlw

    8oJMOf 9if religious exchanges ttU! a ttoryrm I :B.A.IIOISE. SODA WATER Msy 7uiNotice. March 2. bOd. .!I Notice.
    boot a woowas being relieved irum sph about 8 or\0 years old, liv< 1......... blich.lbia toil,and COTTON GINS. SIX MONTHS after dite; I will Die ..y....! SC-
    v w .vj HUM laiue in uu.vI bit (ur" f.,t. reasonable reward : and vouchers and
    lSl'ENdEtI! DAilY PORCELAIN: apply to th JuoV. of
    ' W* **,. known Bomber of the MX to be w111 be given! Cur 10M rllNwcrJ IIr say IQfurlll..uoa U rul'St.AIS.'ci u.s URlG IITuJa of LINED _I,[ESSRi.ised hEIR 4 COLES at my duly author \S AGENT: FOR E. CBVB'3: : IMPROVED Probait of Leon county for lettuce of djchlre M
    ttr *cty s\sTectea tad greiuJ/ U-iu.niti.-a t/ hAutebek4SUd& LIed& 'II Wi...... IU his rcolwallua. aLecDte. Agents to transact baamca (ut BIC B tcy .1 PATENT GIN, 1 solicit ord.'rum! I'laDle. E.eculur 011 the estate of John W. CoUen.lteceuc4.
    : J. T.
    .lOllS IIOSP. M. LIVELY. bERNARD 'nce Si per saw,delivered: at di. MIII' We 01.Id c..unly.
    Agent: So, imp. .k EipvrtCo.. I
    M'J8 Gd A. DESILUJ
    Maya C7 A&ent. R.
    AprU !4 M June I,jaijd. COTTL Ext',.
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