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: March 1, 1867
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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,Y DYKE & SPARHA"rK.. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., MAUCII I, 1867.u NEW S] HIES. .- ,rOLe 2.-NO.. 48. l '

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The Senate, en lUe 17th: |'\"cd tlic bill pro- Uaine Pro.I.I.n". .\ RrmnrkHblc '.Itr. City Advertisements, New York Railroads Steamships &c. ,

t i.'fthJ! c1l ribittn.FrI.a" Tiding for the allotment of the members of the The ."Utl published at Ibcrvlllc, txtuisinnn. The Hon. George S Ilillnnl having lnvn olii- -- -. _-- Advertisements -

Snprcmc Court among the circuit This logla- says: We vi 111 here take occasion to urge upon hot to deliver nn opinion I 1( the policy of arVmooratlc -

Intlon Is merely snppjementary to the law recrntly i our planters not to ri to make their own corn Convention, roplle* In a letter full of M. 8. EL.KIN, 1867 For 1867. 1867 G n'i Superintendent's Office, !

Mal'th I. 18.,. cnnctcj lor the reorganiZAtion of tho Court, this season. We jrny no tax on corn produced at I ,l\.t.m alt Iga'I Few n 111 full 1( recognise BRAD LETS CELEBRATED

which was found to be Imperfect Iu..'respect to hole, but an Infernal tax when we buy It. Let Its pith nnd pungency, it.1 1 i-p 1 1njtu.i.ce and UCTIONEJJ11, Atlantic & Gulf R. R.,

this distribution. us nut be so foolish a to think wo cannot raise compact'thought We hIKe gal ploa- ,in reproducing I : : u 0 8AVANNAU, Fob. 4th, 187. I I'I'
our and done !
o".n corn provender. I can b I: "% flt to all hloln'u In tiln line entrusted
The 'Worcester boasts that tlie Republican \tll.
fpg easily and pnj's better than cither cotton or su BOSTON, J.tn.Jl, ), 1 l0?. : dm l>c found R hi.rlnlilcbi'lo 0
jmrty posseoes about all the ealth of the w hole | fthon. : CI
gar. Mv( DK\B: 8m I have nvrlvcd your li'tier" Inregtrd R"rll'
There is too much truth In thU boast l, 1 : 1, l.T.I 8l-1y I
country. The New Orleans l\caynHe adds : "In the to the propwd Ikl'rlltil C'omention.nnd -- I !
Mr It has swept Into Its pocket*nearly every movable will "YL in reply, with 1I.h.. Irln"II..llt
name of common let our planting iicoplc'grow ) : "' COM PANT Is BOW prepare to forward
Ins 1 not In fiivor of the propovd Wikinson Cal
Rates thing It could Iny Its hands on In the \\hole : I am 11 l'II. 'I.I I Freight* from Savannah to ThoroaaTllle Life !
Advertising their own corn, and make their o"'n bread I nnd I n ill stale son\o of my "A"n.. LAW .
Onk, and all suttons the Pensacola
Southern half of tho country. regular on snd
--- and meat. Do,this firt and give up the eploll..Iloa In the tint phi-c. I thlnli the Dnnix'raiic party TALLAHASSKK: Kt.ouiiu, UrurK11"n,1: Florida C>ntrnl RMIroads. Bills of L.- .I

OPTS'MIWEEKLr The frieattfc Amrriom Iliat tlic.centre ;.tliut 'cotton king.' And when home ban not Iho rlltl'I'of the "Illln' "llln'rrlghtful : a illiiK"hould be addrcMCd to
MJS ', 1 do not 5' ,
) ) siy hit .I tl' \\fll.l attend to caws In tlio t'onrls of Florid"* n
FLORIDIAN mil, mirowfully uwd for heavy grades on tlic 'wants are supplied then grow colon, and the h1 can be no question.Sccond. \"\ on.lln the t'nlled Stale'I'nnri \\iuOilnic-- roit wAAllnsstlc.D. A.G K.T,

Mount Cenls Railway,'Is an American Invention 'country w ill grow richer. I have no faith in ionenliotn.. They, ton Ulty. Claim for I'olliTtlon "H! rniiteprompttilii'iiiU'ii. ".Iraa._..,

the whole South could induced to adopt I arc p-iieTally contn>llcsl 1 by the lea.l "I.atnoiiit I i SAVANNAH OA.It. .
FLORIDA. patented. fifteen ulnco Iby Mr. George ,
.: TALLAHASSEE, some years I 0 their bixly. vxeitaMu tnubt, and inc J.in. I 1,1 Th'yar
"' E. Sellers, of Cincinnati, and practically applied 1 a self-sustaining policy by making their own food \'cry convention there area few men who are = 8. AINE8. Gen'leap'l.

: ((10 Minion line.,or I..,.}Int Insertion. |1 00 by the Coal River Improvement and Coal Company and raiment, and give the balance of their lime n l.er tlinu all thcreM but the.o men nrecontmllrd Mcintosh (vb. 1 IJ, 1 li. 43-lra

fI j.r.ieqoare, I Insertions,, '. I 175 BO" for overcoming a gfndf of one hundred and '10 the culture of cotton,no 1 people on earth would and ilo not control. The 1'11 of tlio MemiMMtic Kat'h 1 loop heil COlnpo.el i

,rate InMrtlon.for I..'than one month. One month or fifty feet to the mile In crossing tlic eastern b rricr bo as rich as wo would soon be. I > Couventton hU ehftion.in 1804.-The In my Oonvtution judgment,lost lust ATTORNEY LAW lP & OEO. "RAILROAD.TALLAHASin .
4aor ,a. follows. : of tlic Rhamokin Coal Bu ln. A san b past, and another crop of cotton ..\lml'r kl'Jlll I'hiladelphuidid nogiKxl at nil, towythp Two. Perfectly Tempered Single :. .. ;_. ._. ._ .
-.- 'hn been added to the records; but as far a its lei.t. .\Illh dangers of ('om'rnlill" are WILL prutlce In of tlio Courts wlic-re his :
Farm tnborers In England get eleven shillings I Incivascd In times so excitntilo nnd \[rt-. ore illHired.WfOilU 9,1800. I INonl'E
Visible can seen on the wealth of the (11..tmll atours. SPRINGS.HUAIOKl '
; IA rl't 0 Miln, In Dunk nnlldlng.Ann. .
: .
il l IAI per week and two qimru of cider. per day, and Southern country), bad as>%ell not have been ,10, I t-xli1. 1.1,0 101-11 In hereby Blven that BO FREIGHT will .
lli t. ill A/TK. and at P. M. Non lull auxlIlK defentorlbus : ) tk-litly nml llimh l"I.th'r.|| cilira lo 1 -" for .hlpmei.t after9 o'clock. N
commence work at 0 Hop IIi made. A million bales have been counted, worth ,lion iMliIrnipus nnn lump, ulrunirml All ronimtinli-nllnnA pn bmlness will hereafter b.

8-tl tlO 'I'" 'i4jiil-I't8I'III' 18 14 '811" ,'4. This Is the extreme price for best hands on an a hundred millions of dollars. But it lies gone- r/e& A. J. PEELER nml moot Iti-xllili-, tinI'lititcut' 'hl.nml niont\dnlhl\ lint-led to the nndcnlirnrdK.

: : = :' :: : :; = 11I140 I average. Ordinary hands get SIT shillings per fonc glimmering to help other POpll',and cmioh I.\ What ililo \\f m-ovl now is paliemv. aud,,inllexilile ait*. ,The inim .V L"L'I { LA\. ulnple Spring ol'rllJ.niiiila. tint 1 hey nlll'IH AI""I'r'olt.nut tirtul| or dri-tk. IhclrPKRFKCT lke Jan. 2, I Itrtrt. S3 WALKER Oea.. opt

14 11'I III I'' 411'' 8_ 'III Btl week and one quart of elder per day, and me paid other porkcts. There Is nothing 11 of It. No ') l IIIII'll"tult"ldnre.\ of \It.idliii1iini, TAI.I.\I\SiKR! FI.A., -
18 a., 41 14 1131 I 110 OIl, 108 weekly, No board Is Included, oa In American Is In the South before it it OfBco Stairs the State Bank. : : AND \1TU'll.: I SHAPE:, I
.1 881 &. 'n'' 8t lf11 IfII 114 ItO 111I more money than wa'glheret I nnd IhH what the faculty [call t noil liuiilivt 1 up over .

14 481 III 11I, llil 11I1101'' 110 Itlll' 1141140ttl for laborers. An English shilling is eiiml| totwentythree Some may ask, wlierc bit7 We 111'1', and muct run IN (mirsc, and rnnnot l I"- J,". I. |",;. 31-1, ,. fiaNOTICE. .... ]

:411 6 78fM iii7' ij.'| :is4w1 U I": I 1&1: :141: :141111Ir t :; cents. In gold.. | to the huge heaps of freight all produce 'I 11''kl'lm 1 by' inctlii Hurt'amelitt., I will Mv Htlll".n|part It.Kliould willioul .I.IIIM: .... .-,.-.a.- :. CUOWPKH: A8.:KMII.AlKH: : .. .

lIS 8111 110' I us: m' 14.110S 1M 111 I' 1'1, II1'f daily landed at the "harf and which, the doing or Mintr-thlng lo give aid nnd I ttiin- l'llICI.I.n.I.IU. : '['liE NATURE OF TICK BUSINESS AT THE I
The change from the bushel to tho. centalmcasuro Mllj and Counsollor at Law TIIKATHFS Titrlon. *on line of Pensacala Georgia
'11\ 148 181 1401 IMUS 188 ll1j lOll 110 moment they touch the n heeled away fort to ). Attorney ill-pot t
Jhnr nipmy.
191 14*' 100 171)1 IMiiw 104 tn for etc. Is to bo Inaugurated iuSt. I The l I- AND \I' \1 Knllrnnd. Innx-rntlTPly demand that wi .hoaldre ,
: = grain, too lor :
781 IW 1ST 171 ns to the railroads and coast, slfmrr to ford tho. country InI I""I-nil"| an) nil Freight', ho paid for before removal
41 I'IIlt4, 149 167 18.1 19*. 118mi .1111IO Louis on tbe first of Mnrch.( The Republican 1 c'haiige in lit |Hil y. Nine 11'lllt lt 1'1 liu\c, SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Kill! I'W IUS.il': :, from ilipol.nnlretlmt .,
48 ISO 1MI ITS'' 1S9l wi farming people. other tc t OH lint SK: DUKSd.In .
MtIR of that city, publishes a. table, made out by the no 1111"i.I"1 ot any SI'I.f ptililicinriiHiirr In Slnto' llanh R. WALKER, j
it7S }
41 < | up
Wi / 1111'u ,
\STConN.. Let ho their ; .1.lr. 111411" ,
41 If liSt IM Warehouse no one guilty of the Ihl' ( 1'1"1' |1"1.- l. 4i: Tut liny nrv "11'.IIr lo nil ".ro. roiiililntiiKCOMKOIir General BnperlDtendent. !
1.181111811001111/181I of the St. Louts Company,
4D 10 148 ml I tm| lIlT Secretary folly of putting every thing in tuttun and then When the tide olinll lu\c' tnmod P-om llo'nl tn IX'OXOMV: I.KlltTNKSS I: AND Mnr.lr.1)I. t'lll<. M-tf '
111 I IM ', | =' S04 8UHssa comparing prices per bushel and per cental. I 1'lh-wlll th'lvrl yeart of plenty' have \
: : IM KM X 8i>\ noMi pay for their error by giUng Uionmnds I for bread of hll EDWIN A. HART IH ittiiii.irt.INIJI r
80 J01 MII Mt! lID WO Thus, the price of corn per cental, when It U 1. Oll 'I'h'll ly.I.n years l (1'1)' ;

: : 18111t1111111111: Ml vat'' S4 tm'|' 171 I 1Mll11IOO1: 81 KM 1! 840tNll KM M per bushel (the price now paid here) will be and meat. ._a hope for 1 I.tl'r day\. not till tll..01.llithllly, ATTORNEY AT LAW, I.I.. run REGULAR QULF PACKET!

$ .. At SU Louis tho price Is now about 80o. Plant ('or.. HlUAHD.i M 1\llllns. FLOKIftA.WILL '

e above rates sre our LOWI.IT CASH PRICES.idvertisemeota per bushel; per cental would bo 143. The >tht'rl press has time and again urged i .m. i .riUCTIt- K Circuit.IN TIIECOf RT8 OF TIIF. 8 BRtDLEY'S R DUHE EUIPTIC The Al SteamshipALLIANCE /

unaccompaolcd by the CASH will -.- upon our planters the ncwwity of giving more Mlnorttr llrporl of the) Klot font* Juno A JI.I..I TUH
Lord Earnest Vano Tempest who more than nilltr*.
receive attention. tlinn iifliml attention to provision\ crop\and Unit .

the money enclosed docs not cover the number ten yean ago, took refuge In the I'nited States avoid the mistake of lust, year. They)'should now- Tho follow Ing b the emu 1u.lun nf llieiiitnoril.v.rev n Mi. Murk.. .. .J. M. (lonnn.HI. DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT. '

t lertlons ordered, tt will bo laaerted a lesa nnra- from a criminal prosecution preferred agn'Inst him put In double the quantity nf corn, making their | >rt of lhi> Ni.\Orleans Klot tVmiiiiltct<, millmltteil GORRIE & MUNN AI..I.elh.I. Knr diln i-Ti-r)''lii>r. Miinufni'liiri',1, r\i lu'l\rly 'I
tlmea. for assault in this has returned to liy Ihu mila (iw lirrn I
an country calculations for not more than half a (tn by Mrlloyer, of 1"'II)'Uniila ; .llhl' 1'lh'It.

,j if[ propoaltlons will be entertained for payment England, having, Ills said, served In the Federal other word", plnnl twlt-o M much land 'rol. as Int. Thorintnf Ilionilllior July was a local Attorneys and OOllnsolor at Law, WESTS BRADLEY & OARY,

IAI ( but CURRI!T MOKKT for advertlalng. army through the late war, and hat been sentenced cor diHlurbiinc-c, orlKlmttinj' in loail ClnUI.III'I'. of \ .: AND
or two copies, only I of tho paper will be sent by the'Court of the Que n's Bench for would, with ""K seol8 make I suflU'lent supply. great jiroviK-atiun, and, in no \I" the result of WILL' rl t'lmilis, l'rouiit| Alcllul MIPI. uUcnto No. 7 Cll \MHKHS .t" N.IK. TU 1.1 HI RF\\J BT8., :
>!:" '
to the hostility or on tho of thecommunity liunlncpn.Mny' .I.
unlcts part
advertiser. any
an peclal agreement misdemeanor 11"lfI1'1101 IKOUOE STAPLES Commands j
U made. three months' Imprisonment m a first class We know, says tho Augusta Chranifle & ,Sntiiul of Nlw tll'IIO towards the FederalGovernment. I I. 'IMI. 'IKl-ly For snl In Talliiliniuii-i-linlcimlii nml Krtitll byMeKIMIIIN ,
rary -this Is Imprisonment without "hard hi fair .V AI.USJ ,rll.J. I.KAVE: NF.WORf.ltAN80nth.l1tboa I
solid natter, ten line*, with an average of nine that there is I general 1111'1101nliluig I nli. any JUKI o l II. II MK.dlNNIHS <'(>., \, I II'"rl.
labor." To a man In his position the sentence Is HVIIXU of Ibo lenl, I\e.lit'e or tlio re- DENTISTRY. > > rnrli month for Key Weat and Intermediate
lo the line or W words, make a sqnare. III. cheaper to IUhMJUr K1KKMKY: .V JOHNSON, I
Jhltrrlll& buy rot nor can U IK? Nidi to | (, loin Mug at Apalncuicola OB or aboal the KMnf
contract advertisers wboM amount of space both severe and humiliating. vtith cliln lt thirty cents a pound IImn It Utnrai 11111 the remotest decree of-i ilAmsltliin A 1IUI-KISS, llm niKtilh, mul tl. Marka on or about the Doth, I I
r"I'1 | I'l IIKO.: It. MKIIINNISS: ,
the 8d each
-- ami Wmt of month,
. length of time are fixed by above rates,will be A Montgomery correspondent of the New Orleans u It. This a grand mistake. Tho trouble K the pit of the iM-otilo of Hie city of New Orleans, .ndall nlh", who >i-ll 'Iro& I'luna Hklrl. In T.lla. tiiiichliiK Iritvlnic ut HI.Key Mnrlca on on or about the Mth of the I, I'

''/. llred to confine their advertlslnc strictly to their Crftrtnthsa had long talk with the spirits Ills never cheap or proper for a (planter to buy or of tbe Slate of I.olllnl. lo "'II' humilities Dr. 1:. 1:. :L] "VIS, utMee and .lliriuiL'tiiiiil tho Mmilhrrn Htatea. nmutli and ApahiililiMiU un or about taefttb,OB the i
buslncu, nnlesa otherwise stlpnluted. a In any form w Ith l'I.II'' lic l uuthorllies, eilh- The nt-w .:M I'lnltlll'lL\: lull Ihu MKO In Now return trip, Inking frclj-lil and pAnaengef* at the
' Lincoln and Booth through a medium now anything he can raise 1111.elr Produce on your t'r Plate or Federal.2d. KI.OUIIIA, fork, London' Curl* nnd tl.rmiifhoul, Kuropo and lowt-Kt mli-n. ,

.. practicing In the capital of Alabama. lie ascertained own land everything nerensnry to carry on yonr It would bfa moiiMroiis InjiiHllce to hold 1'UAIIE A.I* PERKINS IIER8ET, '
planting Interests and then ralxo as much cotton the whol.people of the Suite of LonMmm nc- nAVINO AMIOC'lnl.Uh: Mm, Feb. IS, IHIK1. 41-ly Arrala, New Orl ai>. {
that the ex-President and the ex-actor are will,
..rB"CIIIPTlO countable lor the acui of thono riiKngtHl 1 In a riotcopfiucd II'y 1
as you can. The money received from the cotton *l nil "1" lo kl"'I'| ultliuojirn AenBI.. Mark.
lit Mr.Lincoln exceedingly
on the best terms, being Hinull | of Hie city of tIIO. MOORE & GENUNG I
n'Alluum, IS 00 .I 1'1111 Ncl of will nuiku HENRY
Is the ut tho farm. lint If IlIe 11'1 '
grateful to Booth for being Instrumental securing crop tb1 p"JI. Orleans, alhll.r by H< I If -
S 00 11& 1'111
six months 1'I"f'lllt.
you have to sjicnd a half of tho proceeds Congress ', STEAMSHIP ALLIANOK.
three months, 3 00 him a moat delightful abode. He also predicts II'i 111 MANt'PAnnthIM ASH JOIUIKIIS OP
'i1w. of tho cotton to such supplies as In |M>ar<'nil MI'.I.111 | would In Muntli-ollo, .nOll, anil oilier I'mint' ', m-i...1"0'
subscription taken for a shorter period than the speedy occurrence ol n war between the could raised crop home rnreil's act of usurpation ol powir ol'nllllll.10t ', by the 111 tiy 111.,1, )., tiy, MtrumtHMt from I''hl'"I. Freight Tariff for St Marks, Ea. I
at diminish
to that
months. United States and England, which will be the b you extent CoiiHtllution all agros iniiriii'| upon tho principles & CLOTHING .

means settling at once and forever all past Internecine the profits of planting. .f tree K vcruuiciiLUd. Nov.. -4. 1 15 1 U.rrol. flour, 110 011 CMk 10 1.11a 1

difficulties In thin country. Another reason, and a very conclusive one toUR The riot was provoked. by tho InccudlurysHcc -- -- -". -: -':. 5-J-J ItroiitlMiiy, KeiMT Verb, 110 /10 E per C..k, 1.:10Rrrol. t t"do

IPRMS OFCOURTS.CIRCUIT -.- why our planters, shou' boccrtalu to plant hc-H,revolutionary .. .anil thrcutencil 1 >loleuceof :11'I"-- (iii-itMiTa *a n HuLta IIOTSI.) IIlIlIIr, 1.111I &. lJ'IDO' per
similar tI
under :10
an lIolf.
The "African Kithodist EpUoopal Conference largely ol( corn b that, the cotton crop It 1..nvl'nlllllIM-sll1 } 1lI0. 1.110 tJ ,
(,11 1111,1 I led I lo a Dr. RIOH'D H. RANDOLPH. lIOrrel. Cord.g. p.r JIOunol
of Virginia- its recent session at Petersburg InoIYC a total (allure of Mio entire planting Interest riot c1'UI.t'I'I" 'rllhuhlylave JIIIIN T. llmur rurinerly"CHanlhur.I Ilinry, ( "0 110 FI.b rer KII& ao ,
COIUT: .. any 'lyll thlrlln. HIM to Ai... T. MiHiiir, ( for.,ily with lli'iirjn, Wuilihln40 lll1rro.l.IIlIlnllllnd rorl.b, rI. per bOl. 116 t
tf on the "state of the country, unless have rained 4th. To attai k the 1'ltJFNIOSAI. lrnVI'F1 I
adopted a report you your own IUJlplc proNoko an on ,'o"'IIIH"1| | OFFF.KS ,' I*. OKNI no. t >V To.nn-uil. 11110". 110 'r.l&bl pe. 100 lba. II4f \
, JUDICIAL CinctTT.-BPRISQ TEKMH. In which this occurs : "In very many of present rendition of tbe country b a trrrihlo ulation' w hit hit wam'Xicclcd.| Mould, lHiniiiprcwicc | COUlllr,. Ord<> loll at.I.b..I'n Hlore ourrllllll'l Ir 1'11111.11'11.MHr, Jii 'im mul'"ly nf IIcllr"Nlllllb A \lancl./.rAIIIC"/ ,\ Allrllrllllnr..per 'oot. II1.ln.
Jg | the lipforo It had rniliin- Irul .u.r. '
the districts ot where the dependence warulng to of the folly and ruinous reHiills ol by 111'1 .wrlonsly ( .' .V Artbi-r, .II be i> | .11.,1. TciwimellilKollRHT IiO ...pe'Tlefto, 1.76 I
en county,lit Tuesday after 1st Monday cruntry u frcri'd t..I..I.c.1 In Imvr 1..1 n pnrt oftin j."I" Iti-alilciico NAKII. IIONMKR, llf (Ifol'Kl* 11110.'nrk, lnl.n.1 11., per Bale, I.7 ,
of the colored ponpla upon the white, and Ibo the system which we are condemning. Iju-t year OI.Cll' coln'ntllll.... "lilt Mould f.11'Ml. .:11ron'.lo.nl I. MANLTACTfltK K.CLUtiKLY| I'OR Till )'I.bl I.\II I. 1'8r eMIl. ..00

< county, tol Tuesday after 3d Monday laihlngton white upon the colored, has been 1 complete, a very,short com crop "'I planted; the seanon nlfltl an e.Cu"for CII/rl..I.IUI Invekligilioii, .- I. uo tI Lar4 per Tleree, 1.7 '

county, lit Tuendoy after 8d Monday good feeling exists towards us; and efforts to day was bad and the crop fulled entirely. The cotton resulting HIP ultimate In deolgn'" of tho 1'IIhll"l, fatoring\ : Tho' '* .Kollic.Dr. SOUTHERN TRADE. t 'rrri., Whlo"., .nd 1.:10 W..all&do per Kec. IabL1"1. :10Wlue

. rlll' are by our white brethren hi thu Southern crop planted was a very large one; it failed, n| tkerxbiling(" ( \11 nf COlllu1I1 1.11II .J'or 1001 20
ou> county,lib Monday in AprIL ming to benefit us religiously and other have neither ant .1.lnl'llll. IVI t"'rllll'lIt John S. Bond LOW mil' 'Kl>, HIIUWT, ANII IH'IIABI.K IIOoDH 11111. l.arl till. 1./10 Nail. per\IIf, :10
inlln 8tte now we corn nor money lo plrhnH Lonimumi.5th. .'. _
ouu county, 1st Tueaday after 3d Monday 11111. .1 CIII, :1.11II 0.& blMli. ka. 110
wise. it with. .A. rlllct| Unit part of the "."lul"l Ifthe rmT"aFREEDMEN. 11111. MIlIaI.e.. t.O Or... .. LeIllO.
county,8d Monday May.Roaa We hope and trust our liecaught Houne which make'It I mibje<'t of invckllga-'"- WILL" continue. anil Ib* practice of M.ldl" .10. I' .. tIC per bol, 'ISIlltl.
county. 3d Monday June REVCRDT Jouxsox, that profound, lawyer and planters ,'lllt lion by the committee "whether and Ui )hatcxtrnt .- Iu of.tho old rlclully..& Ole..1 lI.rn.. 1II Powder per kee, 1.00lIal'nll
ibla county, Monday In Jane. out of In this condition again. We that lliiitu, actuwere partdl'Uled| l In by niemlxtsof No rear,. 13, 1WW. 1. 010. IH AUo every varluly of MllilVMniiil riMlOoolisailnploil por IIbd. 8.60 !.. per 100 1.. 76
.. eminent statesman, evidently sees a way they will not, if they only certain to plant the orgunUatiou ( be thu C IJmernliient --- _._"" Ih. IU-r 'I Kin" *. 1"1,11,11' 11.1.. :1110 RaIalD'1'8r bo., Mdu
FALL TERM the Egyptian darkness Into which party ictklesi- wl b of Ixiuiblana," tho tilloM lug cone huioti |HNiilunilted |-tf lii'nirli'tlva ('iilitliiKut with I'rl.,sent by I'or I nil 1111I yd. 1.110 Kope per eoll. 'ISlIull.r
of and other DR. MILES H. NASH
largely corn provblon
crops.l null If di.lrril ,lrUn loti Kle. per II.rce, I.I1C.1lnulII
: l.t Taeadayafter M Monday In September. ness has plunged the South. While the SHKIIUAN .. : In no proper aciine or tlio, word, and Nov. Ill. I**!. !*-- till Hupt. 4, 07. ''lOr 10 81111". par labd., '..110llIlIer
l.t Tueaday after 4th Monday September. bill was pending In the Senate, he sid that Ifhe irly Cm. in no d."ro whatever b Uiu riot of July Illltli nttriliiiUiliiu Office in Rear of Post Office, t' )'Irkill. 110 llal& re' lACk 1.00lIud.el.
.I Ut l.t Monday Oct'r.i to tho Uoerniiicnt of If I 00 Tollocco bol, 1.00lIultl
lion TuOed.'ll\er LIIIlal" I'"r d. por
'I i lid Monday October had lite way he would Immediately receive Several of our exchanges.speak of a variety of I there IN- any niPinhpra of tlm (lvl.rll"II..I"I'" TALLAIAIIFF)1.011.r \. Smallwood Hodgkiss & Co. ... cad.. 111.00 Tuba pe,."1, 'IIICnru

. lit Tuesday after 4th Monday October.1st the Southern representative*, but would yield lo coru: vibldi matures early and which It might b biuna in WUOM official or (ix-rwiiial 1 "1 the remote WITH I 11. 1 N baob &clio, to Tlaa Iroa loy ,00w.luUoo .

1st Monday November.a. the majority. He would Tot for the bill because to plant considering tho short cuuiivs of the riot arctu hu traced to the ,- IHlltt. KI.M1 Ir .lICk 1.00 I..r bale. 110
.ullply I 1 FACTORS Klarch Win.
a. 4th Monday November. avoleoU COTTON C..nlll.. .nd .n4 lJ'Inore (atI
. ,id Monday after 4th Monday November. ho saw In It a mods of rescuing tho country from provisions now in the country. The editor ihitf uuumg them are Judgn II K.II"I "ill, who, -- -- .p bOI, 110 IJtoDllJolaa. per,aiL .
I as the usurping president of the minority of uncitim J. RANDOLPH. AMU e..1 (II I'CHaIl I.eul, ColwlI bal.. ..ooK.llull.
the perils that now threatened tt. of tho has seen thb corn tested. per
Augu.t '
CAI'i t beaded 1 thu l 10 DR H
conspiracy 1.211Jan.
'" MIDDLE Smmo TERMS.m llvlton.
Such words as these Inspire hope. Let us not It L nothing more than the Bultimoro or overthrw ConHtitution, whlll. OH the General Commission Merchants Ill, II11.1T. M

second Monday March despair of tbe Republic.THE Northern variety. A few acres, planted Judge of the Hupremc Cimrt, Im ""rn UinupiMirt OFFICK OPPOSITE TATUU'I HT lKE
.. ,,.. orb..
says ,
be llr Nl -
,third Monday March and Oov. J. Mnilnou. who luil neil 0 i1I.eolal| | | tharehJan. 10 trr --
urlll Monday Murch. --- now n ilh this sued, w ill had enough fur feuding ; Wdl. J S ....
SEASON o? HKAVT Ssowl.-This winter 0 to thu (conspiracy hb official hit In lli" .I'WI. :: -- -
first Monday April of and purH| M-s by the 10th or 13th of July. Thb lenerted hb potit witlioiit J./ I. HM At.I.WOOI>, 'orllll'rlII'II.llwoodKarl.ACo FOR NEW ORLEANS I
>n, second Monday in April will hereafter as a season great Illofda"gr 11.I.r LAND
I, third Monday AprU.ton b nOle variety (if torn doe* not grow a largo as our public f>'I'e. And if there 11.IY SOUTHERN ami J. I. HnmlUiMid A Co. N. V.I .
frequent snows snow storing have happened mlxTn of the. } hu HUH. II "l'lMiKlrtdOe4irKla' | ) Ule HodkU.| --
I w uru indirc
neither the
fourth Monday April Southirn torn, ear heavy, but it 'ol'ralluHrluleu& -AIOImmigraton-
1 V Hoolt A Co. NrwI
l.t after 4th In unusual places, and to a very extraordinary "'lly ri-sn>u rotult, liny II. W. BOO 1 1r'lurlilii,
r .
Monday Monday AprIL \trj
will fclund crowding !Uer.and by pluming, tloscaud ihfMc whocvi II.I 11. |'OOI.Kli..irla.| ) Vurk.WK STEAMSHIP FLORIDA !
extent. Of the heavy snows throughout the arc memtx-rsof thepmu>iitL'ongrcwi, .
Company .
curly a d I itlj con obtained.TlictoC 1 -.. --
FAJJ* TKRM.X whole Northern country the people In these latitudes g ) b "r they m"ylN| who ra<'onrnu"'! tluiu> men .
\ nho hate had no nllrieqC! iu the cultivation : their (on ncila and. I.rlul.Iu I"I. Ilictr .r am pit'parnl,throuKh rcaldi lit AIC'III., to
second Monday October are of course but we Lave .1.11 Cotton in all the Houlbrrnnrt.
wel Inwrme \ulual lllul olllciullmully ml rum e i>u "
Monday In October of 'corn will b greatly iliHuppoiuttd aUI'llrL MMIla COMPANY OIUUNIZEL) aire-r>by IuL ,
that li nr furwud from &buM 1'urU to New Vora or
had records of them they
; Monday In October.nt & .b" with their venture H ben they see lasm-lling at I the 1.vl.loo In Charier, auJ will Kl".
t. Monday November. have extended from Great Britain westward t I .or'(.'..t..p. lUtrrii.It &any bunlnma 1.1.1111'1 Iu It* UVKUPOOL: DiitKtrr: ,
second Monday In November. not more than two or two and a half feet b.- pr.mll.u.nIO
the Pacific Ocean and on our own coutiniut aslor b b well to \ aud give the followIn "r"I1lolI.
>epotlat, we LJrrrpiM.1
Our 'lion. In -
third '
Monday in November. We know Imo planters who cut up their cropliv.1 IFOrcc. 11 rua BUT. D.ll Hi II.IHNH.JAMF.H u our frU-uiU ui>y prcfi-r. eoimvi
fourth Monday November. South as Texas. The recent (11 of snow in I ;; items by the lout Stamp Duties regulations 1BdLI.INd are ueli aa will |tctn our ru.li T.
I ) bccaiuui they thought it would make In.p. MAIOFF rr. M. O'LEARV, Commander,
market. lo
Monday after 4th Monday November.CincciT. Louisiana was such a phenomenon as to set tbe year I ; r'y, >Tallah.ia, V la.JCUUKT. of llial Apply
nothing on account of Iu tassc-lling low.- .L KUN KF.OULARLT rron New Orleaoa
BKUNAKh -\\Tll
AA'EK .-SPKISO TLBMS. newspaper scribes at work overhauling their old Others who lit their crop got a gVld 1 I M. I I A penalty of fifty dolbirs i II"-every KUUt'ND I II. .r., .,lit} Faxt Florida 0, W SCOTT & CO., Tallahassee. \V for Apahichle'ola, iMVlna Mew Orleana OB IM,
tables and they have found but five .nd puraun wUo cu.kw kigua or.u C"U" WILLIAM I. TLIHNKK, AKvnl.Houtb FlurldaJan. I Jib am! VJd. conu.celug wttk ptam lrop llerMIH
Brat Monday April me&rolgic Now l Is the time U* plout IbL corn. Manure to (MI uudu, or paper of any i, 1MT. .I Illy IJ. 111I 1. bTEARLE. .\ thru, time* a saooth .aiuh .U1Uk
aecond Monday In April such occurrences w ilhin the post eighty seven ell, plaut tlo"e, ami you 111 have roukUng corn i kind or description whalcer. Ir.hu arcrpu_, .-I .ln-r frvlKbl lo 81. Marks aad rMara oa Mb, l thand
third 1
Monday in AprU.uth :itli, ou arrival of ear, strains through BUI
Monday AprU. len -.- by the Ut ID the luib of June, and torn fur the nvgiicitttes or or paid IMV, or caiues bill of t"1 I aiceplcd draft, noKucuted or So Import and Export CUNNINGHAM & CO. IjulliiK and eonnrHlnir vlth Blounahlp; Florida
1st Muuday after lIb Moudiy April any ther
AWAY.-The Oaulle re- mill iu July. Uclalll ApikiL-blcuU en 71 h, 171 h and trTtkv
M PASBIXO B"ltimor order, or nl ofutouey
Mondav after 4th Monday April protuukory uote, thl Order ami frmRhl soul to ilL Mark. *111 have
Monday after 4th Monday April greU to record the death of the Honorable E ---- ilbout tbe mine "ilj duly 111111 or COTTON ri'Kulitr aud quli k. dltpatch, and money may b* paid

th Monday after 4lb Monday April kiel F. of Kent ,Maryland, MOVF.VENTS OJ COTTOX.-The Ravammh liepuWtan i bnh'l thereupon an alell. re'lUIC COJANY. .10 Iu Mr. A. II.HIUM for ua auda.nl Ii oor rl k.fOttT .
Cb.mb.le county state! that the movement of cotton Is becoming tax Iheron cancelled In Ibe A UOBBY.Arcul. .
."W FALL which took place on Wednesday, tbe 30th of Merchants Ort.an..
TEUM 1I. Urge only In the number of bales, manner required by law, w ith iuteut tu ..I tlm Commission pf Ship In N.
bb home tn Cbestenown. Few no of tbe : WILL HE MAKE ON Fib. 5, 1WI7. 4f-U
nt Monday October January a known but In value. The receipts of cotton at tlm port I.ruviio.. of two hundred al. dollars impoudupou I J'BtIL.AIVAScti Mrli..U. .So. 71Jou \t',\.... .n:.:. : -
Moculiy October. citizens of Maryland wen more generally (1"'ly L .1 Jrdu Furp..n .
in for thu four "ek. ending February 3d. were whu or Ide. .o 0'u. baudlo or -.-
Monday October. throughout the whole country than Judge Chambers nerYI"1 py.neg''a' .le. promptly auil judliloiuly atlnadod Iu.By FOR SAVANNAH.
II Monday October. three hundred tbona ml bales, and the exports Iu payment Cf any sum' tr purjxirtmi )Iblnor1 rcrmlfjr Iu* (: II 1 y'UL.,furmcrly I.'Hiuull*iu>d, r.arliA: Co.B _
MOllda, alter 4th Monday la October. for during a long and eruintut public career abut the lime about ? to be" drawn In a foreign country, dutI arrauunut-uu lo III order lIa. ..1'.11'1. lu... .It.I.y..", -0 .
i>o Monday after 4lh Monday In October. he had displayed Intellectual and moral qualities to foreign porU same I*)able in tbe foiled tallile*, until Ibe projierktutnp now pre-parcd lui JIIIond ,after 4th Monday In October. one bunlre and eight ihousan/1 1". Tbe b been fUxed thereto.A WHOPKf* UOO." aud J. Hiunllnrou.1 A I'"
of liigh t was 1
a very
after CDbpiuou.
4ih Monday iu October.t le .
the alMtttt Ibe Senate of the golj value of the er was about eighteen |>CH.ilty of fifty dollars b imiXMed UP"1 eVr aad deliver the aauie Trow two lo three nioutb* -
't-"DU ( among great millions of dollars. large sum, In connection i person "bo ''reI'leoUYI.ke u*of an l u... JIAVINU LO.N KXftUIKtCK: IN TIIK (JALltOIT
'IlI"nT.-8paI1lU Txax.. I'n at a time when to \even Us Tl duly by Ibe revenue ,. 0. nl.JaekM>"llUi.
e Sale ith tbe value nf tobacco alauip J do.tb relu're| K PLY J..a<
r Southern Produce
Monday la March.tt humblest place, with was honor Judge w exports provisions I act, T. JAISY.Agell&, LUnrpool.A Cotton auJ otLor ,
credit a and utbtr will account (lor the cancluol.li.bllrllnj T. t .
Monday ia products,
March Chambers, v.as over eighty yean of age at LIs Ibe satuu in the Dlner re'ulrl, .W. IC.IAAKrU&Hla"nb. .. rMiimtfuIly, aollc-lt IOO>|.KUUICUU and ar_ |>rcfiaoil -
Ittblr"Lnrtb Monday in M.rcbT March. tbe edge depression ''n rxchange and the partial failure of It b not bivt I. rord any i.IWIOUt document pi.ll, ItU. 1"11 lo uwkoadvauru,r..r .bl.. apply IuTIIOM. ,
Monday In lo
*ere bright .
V., Monday after tth Monday la March. doa bD hi tulJ and n* the tHorti to advance lb premium on goldIt or paper r4uled l by law I.. ( ELKIN'S .. l'iHtIM: A. ...
vigor ofIba S.
energy I thef a or SUOHE
.M Monda after 4th drkae hl any uol. stamp SYLVAN
Monday in MarcbTr aDe improbable that the exports of cotton will o copy lmp fLl'KlUAJ.ly ,
Mondiy I Do aiauuut bave bt a TALLAllA tK.
;at* after 4th Mondiy IB by age or decay. I proper a.
UWaW t Monday after 4U Monday Mama; brkn -.--- average, till early summer, ole hundred and fifty cc-titxl in the uiiuutr requi/ed by law; ami such instruiuenl Livery and Sale Stable, Id, 1A HH1yv. Captain JAMES TUCKER

uten WHAT ISDCSTRT WILL Po.-Under this head thousand bales prr month. I I O copy and the record thereof are utterly -

: .. F.u.L TLBMS. the !uUo : 1 -.- null and void l. and cannot be uand t.r admit IIIU brlow Ravla'ahop. *\ 1"11 O.lOlIa"- ,
the Waco (Trrh) .uig ILI BTASI t. aitcu. aud t>lU-tout eiprc* ly
.Int Monday In October. Last bring near tkb place, Albert I OeM FABMEIW AT WOBK.-To judge from ap I iu I aa evMfuL* iu any cur uutU lb detect AT.bc t fll"d ..and buiry hu Jf Jiutrolurucd Ctcauia l'IIIJUlcwerif"n'baa.d IM-IWH:* tU..n.. aadHurluu.
IICODd Monday October.ird year a our fanners going doaoinelulog luu ben rured .prvile l,5 or tUdill. ....1 ". I. hi. Utabl H. L. RITCH & CO. Itaica Jwk MirUln nor, TI1LMUAYMd
Monday ia October. Sears, rented a piece of land hire one pC a t Tbew 1 ... from Krutui'ky ". r..I.b.d II r,on .rrh.I..llralll from T<.IUtluMr., ODd arrive.
urth Monday In ober. good olj freedman, and r bb own han ork of bw wi&tvoralll"uonl fairly !I Tu*NEW fLA or )UO.UtCIUJ i* TUKUKITKU aad eoB _, lit Monday alter 4th Monday la October. & i. I I I .
4th weal to w'ork U> cultivate He begun. In every direction the s can be aeeaiu bTATU His ITE.-Ti Wa blnjtoo corrapondent Jon 1.17 I-I, .
14 Monday after Monday la October &1.i world 11. : __ .by tullroad rad proeved I".be Ir Uou
lta Moejday after 4th Monday October manfully and well And now for tb tW motion, and many \l bxretulnre 1 of the ISulUmora 6un, of dale tbe SlU i ... ... "r..t k>li4', ... I'lur ...) board the bout ul i>11"11. w Lluout irolnif luahvltl.r. .
kb after 4'.b neglected, repair* have been The P. B. BROKAW'SLIVERY UIB0LK
Monday 0.0''M"1IE1L"
k Monday twenty-loor bales ..wJlet :.. Aerul.
hb has .stw JII/
be gathered
: :
industry: feuces, in particular, have been portly w I __ I... U 74-1 r Ja kaouvilW, ,..
i ;Sparta TERM of cotton, 110 tUou>&i>i' buaheb of corn, a ",WOHre. by tbe introduction of new rail*, I rlk. o Mr. twr o DIar"l AND SALE u -.- W

o, lut Monday la March.lugh made four hundred gallons of uvilaiX'S tram sorgum. and vr.nt. inure tormidable nppnition thl, i tbe bow aerOI & c..tJ. i JOHN DENIIAM & CO.

fint Monday AiriliJ He alao aoue pork to He they bae hitherto presented lo 11 invasion* oleuierpniing and !. a MONTH U-LO: HOKIDANO Nathaniel Haznlen,

Monday la Apr.I.k soM h hundred bushels of lp 1 1,300In h Mray bone* and InO&s.u>e : bave been aged on by prominent Sulhel geutlemeo I A I r41 H. k 10, i"m. iiy! I-,
fc-urth Monday ia April t. of Ibe piney wood* fttmt. Ia t.e fo Ilfy Ihi* ciiy. pi the I COMMISSION MEKOHANT
,aecoad Miy. golj obuined three hundred dollars fur ': received .iiuia of wblf-b gave notice A. B. WOODH.Goodwin .
Monday b.v more repairs "r.JeDt Ild ) A l :. LO II. U GOOUMIN, .
1' .
and eottuo good &>r |1,&more months than in three or four years It af.S.rds o bi IDlflin 14 of er, trt .] eouaiderable sen 1-A Il..: _} 11 I .:...1. ., .. 11" ".J'4Ir.. Mlrrrl.NKV .
ll hI I of awakening iu |Li* owaaurr, 1 .U
FALL TIBU pleasure to notice tbrw) signs )tub oppuung & Woods
in |3UOU He was some trifling u .t WAL.ON8 ASP IIAR- QHL.KANH.aaraajmcaai .
-mag a a our people, kala&ed apfifuval of IL* c/f IllllU(, ,
aecood Monday October.ougtt I IWtLLU eucrgy on tb part o > A f i l d/ul l" ll CAIUUAli. U
tuird Monday In October. expense during cotton picking time. .e a ta 00)111)) fur Lbeai lo throw ol, t dw.cra JY. Iroiu tbe Utdidcrence KHU.MM I* -
I Monday after M Monday October -.- their present burdens b to pi t work aLt 11' Vattitrn prew,it I pro I

i,3d Monday aftur Id Maaday la October.b ,-A Xe. York corres- 'I nUt (* C')Kqirtr.CO bbl .. the Southern people tar very bi I., HENRY HICKS PAPER AND PAPER STOCK Jen. WIlL Bil y,
*4 Monday November.wbaloala tua..al kaac tbcre La Johuaon, >Talla1wate.tf-U.
I it.Just BOW. a t,1 A .. .. ... brlMrrat > *..
thai name EAATE are two hundred XT U BUM 1
Secretary PU A Co.
pet cays Wel"b > D&AD-Tr. yet beeit no full eiprenwon either. Jlr.nuiuncr Ed TO IX> ALL KIMIM OV WOIUC 0. W. A. M Bc-CHt 11
used as a .'nOYD( everything slow, and astl-De our Cnral nl'l in aa uaderUine tulit CIJ IbaM t Mlllluaw Mlrcrl., Ut.Tkouma MaartM, I QulacJ..
braltod menAant in Loodna tn dead in in "I Ilrl"'u. 1. K. ILw rla C*. J
baa the and many thing* that were stupid, Ill, kt a '! a Inmbi Le would hv 1 IW7 Dlh changedittn* I U.I. .. tTEVT yonKe DeDItaUI "alwer
presented of the l
t>ro(>netin and care tbe ladies te .Awcutttwn. il aoiUai auUiunxea acontradiction .... .1.1. ... W..LledMo.
> lruh a printing presowhka coat $23,. short time, to make a *prea4 aaaoog the L'oiJer tbe cbxecUon tbeae all tbe b1 b I bclu Mr. 'a Uwy SubU.wlwr. IId4 'TarDbuU, J
very \\m luttnjcd
r 1ua of a.a" mi'
a tokro of.ppreda la doing to, he eorruptkmfeu that wUl shake llP He will a dead bave been removed from ro their of real to resign.. tb taloeu& t .1.1"I"plcaacd. to I old .ro.aadtb Writing, Printing and Manilla Papers. 1'C.'K.., UY1ug_ A t W..I_
iud the gift by a letter, which laid I aad attend tbelr
: Ule M bow the grew and one pUce in tbe ( Among them ,, plbUeCeely. May ll> Tl-U lie alwhb.rllh I
OL> t emJr. *
pAper, by jitJickiua advcrtikiog, I Ant ut aaa d many nameleas grave ; lew beouMa utberno I prowplwrrt lU.lt wwk 1 a .upwiof *MOotr. -- Cut HUM, ''LM.",*.
tuundaiiua of furtooe bow Kfitla ; richer, aad richer, and I tii. kiu. call.Jaa. .
a Blandarl a
aod in c rh. aiarkxl the lUbHgb re- '
your tbeurgrave ,
ongiMlty Ed. Heuila Boa.ai
u upon JnlUTE tWbu tou A
by judickxyi aJvertUIng. I have imaatfil er, Batil they J stopped. He win show bw W eUa_Ibe Ulut Uncery U a ccumJe'* ptocll w I bileDigniec .o the postage m tbe l'llt I 'A, 101. _W_ For Sale. u. 0JaIL. MiU ii1,1M lnoYIJI. (:.

lie Biy whicb regard enable aad goal ue wOL"to offer tbJa teatif Bavy ymMa 1 turned bio .B&I shop*to 'I" yielded to time and become i1e. tit Ue I 1 ce States HoiM! of Itc-pretrntadves of Elliott's LewI : DESIRABLE RESIDENCE err BULB. HtJ>* 1'OBK.I .. >7. .

manufacture saaeMaery fur outsiders, Gov records han periabed in or way.-/Vl t I (Jlowuig stralaTbi cJ 4 iUfrola eyruu.TIIIW. --- -
.. t biana it 1UTWAED.
ernmeot paytog Inr labur tbe Unw; how 800 I The principle Tab (II. 41 J-9U, A. II. J&Qay,
a ia New
AVAOAJHTI. AJI fetter there are cuw DI I
very truthfully Albany aay
tUt "gnat-imaged ,a*UU bed tons 0 t la atock*. awtOonly grew lat eO' Ywk, under the control U* Feaimiu, Ml"0boyder of rwjfi JJU tioo b tu e UblUU) xl, a alt tli* 'I"UE_rive DwcLtisa tbd ol itorgt Adams --
eoi au
led front" ccooomjr a&d Aelf-deftiaJ, it loos 11 b.BOM*nun, a Iw breach-loading r o and lUO.UJO euulomrata. >. IItn I HUU _eruuMitaLLkiy or Utrr witt b pbwtxi .*Un.U, frwtllu lla C'M>lU>ll I ASDJ i To Planters.I POST & HOBBY
IN in the deep bo om of the ocna B gr u soaay other 1. and SO, f lAa r AI.I.. UaoodM.ii.U co
bg t,1e"IJ1M O.OJ o aut. I ru ** (dgbt of lre *'n, ,11.4 A rcd tu nuke Ca h Advance*oa Cuttutt.aad Merchants.NEW
how made dothmr ajid neml-bna cof- C aoppftatt I OUO euupleid nua. T II r au4Jaccd M 1 klul ciOr- tt.i|> ..all la food r..I'I.i I v.rc{ General Commission .
.rby..t t alau fuaUa Uura ao4 fr..ww.aat a4vaw.d -
CODe "tip ad okjet the of O' I. d.u-1 r. I
anoot iU al. .
penoaj ( t yOI .
rcfcdliuo. slow I I u .
soaa, '
l oI whcrewitb, lain* Oat the chief T o w& |' auiMwt ouuiry t lat A o 1( tut. At>r)y & w KIUWUI' cruu.JT.: : OnUaN\ LA.Xof .
it o i iiMy BEKVAKD.J Ar"LJ.
p eat, drak 4&J U merry. w>4 let old HW..b ,wi yet snake scene falk* shake .h .Urted Ut raid "'UW. Uw Viral b will b brard D more la & O.* I** r C. DEM ILLY, Af eat .. II. ,.. :H' 17.1 :0
I I' future take Mr ft ItMnaelVM la tU-Irseoc* AMU O ".Uft J.p1 6'

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-ft _-. ; of it with tlw } rf Floridian : by moans of II l'lIll1n end to nil sum: 'ring anti BY TELEGRAPH
and, by -IIrolinIhclr own part W"r
The Illll : t-lonnl hink the Executives; hue States owe I to tboicoplo ; want.
: 1.nll.I.ln. ami heat IntcreM W society to negroes, to control the elections If the Southern I have faint rcmembrnnce having Ta.t a Throe
. I ; f Ioribian. .oo.rrn.n.n. to the f 'Three chotM for this age of pmtre? s
itmi.'ttltl We ]nib1l.li l'I"wlll IbV: loll net o f Con! leave no efforts retried to bring the matter lr'T people promptly accept the situation, they can direction given by some one to gome one else, to cheers for fie chaiV: ball," I If It wet a failure; FROM WASHINGTON. '

(llhl-hln. Proi 1 Monal (Jirtirnmrnls" I" IIP, Judi<'tury. If t.ilr f-lisll, MII'mll! there, frustrate this deig. 1 there m,1 b negro Buffrago his effect : Gather. tip Ihe fragments, that and milling I- and three'long, lond hearty cheers for tho "charhi WAMHHOTOK, Feb. 23.-In the Senate, it.ni.tkm || ..
I think
the advice
: titlicni, llh'*. No nnnlj l< of this cMraor-li- we must then meet our trouble with a brave (as '1 b at least during Jro lie host. This Is good i shops and chant/ gambling wloons," restoring the monitor Onondago. |iii Of. ,
TAL I. A II A i 8 fc: K ; l ii military rule,) It preferable to make have endeavored to follow It, especiallyjiftor / grog 1700,000
nary I Is The net plain tnoiigh leaving: the Issue lo bo maketh the always be. Quinlard, on refunding advanced
men-lr 11.1..1 hl'nr 11m" which to ,
are ,
welcome .
what HJs better to Imixirtanl subject.I
-.. he cimipn-lu' \ the bnmbli-, cltiwn wrath of man of cannot bo helped. any coulrxwrsy npoii an passed.
IPft.'p t I. : 101,1 the vote and tontrot than by Ineffectual Interest In the controversy recently 1 am yours, respectfully,
I. I have fill
I'rhIAy.MnriI till. afiw words In rrfcrf ( tn" Itn scope will .-. negro il wmc A GATHERER OF Fn\OMENTS. The bill ordering the disbursing officer t tu, ,
M'hnt Ihe Trlbsme Ihlak nb..t It, f to and the nc- In anti the ,
not nut 1lar.estCrl| hl, M Inisnpprebcnlon rei.lanc sour exasperate carried on ,your journal upon -S.-- fuse payment ol claims accrued before tin-
t The N. Y Tn7./n of the 2tst nit. a history gnu mind, and thus surrender il as political tool streets with nfironce to "protest" tar'
11.1. In repaid to lt< mpnninjr, I tlt I I IlhU.hc The 11111 ror his more efflcleaH tit"vrrnmeait except on the establishment of persistent 'I
large cl..of our people nll'll of the efforts of ('.mlr. to up" a Into the bands of the Radksk The Interest of by the Cerg111 of this city | and thll of Ihe Kebel Pitatea. ty, was passed. Inj,]

1 II Jim nt* t'> ctr"/I'" (lit truting tfl.itr notmniml whome of Reconstruction "Ilh, should b agreeable the negroes I is the Interest of their section, ant controversy I propose tn gather up the We are now enabled to give our readers In a The House went Into Committee of the \\ > 1
''p Tln-w Imlin I* they werent the tiuir to the majority i and. finally It comes downto they can easily b made to perceive It. A tax of Vagments." connected form, the bill lately passed I by Con- on the Civil Expense bill. IIL 1I

of the pas< :jc of the act, 'but tire ulecliretl 1' to lieU the !1FRMANIi. whidi 11 favored as passed three cents a pound on cotton Is as bad for the Fragment No. 1The J'ralh"r of this city gross for the more efficient government of the A number of lighthouse hare been ordi 1
J -- T; Tu-.jf*. Provisional,only." 1 I K hnnnr.1 thcpowerf by the Senate, but Mr. Srr.VKK, who "" lod, the black cotton-grower a for the w hitc. A protective arc behind the age. This deems setle.t Poor rebel Stales." It Is in words anti figures as follows the lakes, and on the Pacific coast. ? ::1
to tin IK*| rirgnnlreil opponilion of the session, (V ,. Per oii.WhO hY lIot paid Ih.lr State' T.irnj run tlic lllt.y 'llllnl"'r n.III t men I Xot'ltRIIUng : Schofleld opposed any further appmpn tia
tt .ntipllrf with "TAU WARiutT* .t t rnmnshlc dl*' mere I"III'r.'hi1| hI cannot displace any I concurrence In the 8Inntl" "titulo,and snccocdod of Yankee manufacturers tends lo clothe negroes spent In studying the DLle. thin controversy 1ms Whereat No legal Slate governments or adequate for the Capitol. He had no Idea of Hie Oipitjremaining

L Kraut on .pplloitloii l hf FbtMlm Offl
lii' (.m.lfll uln bi. pleaiure B, I onr ARcnl .l J.(k- Tiuti' bill thus amended the Tribune publishes innto Wil) enable them control the vote Carolina Alabama Mississippi. auPruprh.|
F. D.IWH.1:1. dlly.nlhorl"d iii all jnri.lictl n by Inking upon hiniKclf the do- < t negro a pnm iples than planters or their agents, South Georgia lions Include over a half million of dollars
furtontnM-tln tat advrrtlflng snd .."cl"lon.l | and Its nnd rounding of controlled the white Louisiana, ')orlds Texas and Arkansas; and |ttr,
.tMchlnft.nle mm"1 an* MMtptlng forwins' and collfftlnn rlslonnfall nmltrr affi-cling the "rights of person IJ'.I.t(rive easily .they always merchants or their eh'rk less than the ladies, vhereat it is tlmt peace and good order about; also the survey of Atlantic ami
necessary Gulf
l nt nnbfhund.1 the HtDALt1IflVPI. ami projicrty." He may "allotr the heal what will If I Itccnim's I law We vote, prle they begin In season, before IheR.lcls less even than ",'"arlng 0"8." or girls in their should be enforced in said States until loyal and coasts, 2.W,000) ) surrey of the South FhijReef's Ll
ribuniils" to enforce the criminal laws lie I manipulate can
hit This certainly Is fragment ought State governments also
.. republican for
{IT* T.oau 8lM.o .. Esq, Monllcrllo. Fl I If onr tens. I 2o,000 j 10,000 marine uiKpji,)
for rIving .nbclplohoh.lchlrrlhl lot wi rr,'iirr Grorl. If Heft enacted tfV, That nmj(
could, IM- of the and effect of the third majority. This loses its force
given scope Southern cnsl.lerntoB this tow retire from positions
.dveIDr. the 1 President, and after him with Ihe that n be divided Into military districts and made subject in the Mississippi.

ff- Her. 0. W. PRATT l I. onr Agrnt .t Ap.larh .<'li''lllln I tuml.lCt l i h y the Cincinnati Cum- 111... He may veto the bill, and they may refuse negro suffrage Is to b but temporary; but if Ill which they c arc 0 little capable of filling, and let to the military authority ofthe United Stales Section fLit directs the Clerk of the Hou c

cola, Pla,ud I I. authorized tn recefre monrj for nV f"il. I Republican JII.r of Light charn( t<'r.-* Its nfTi'IK. But should I become a law, the to b finally acquiesced In by the Southern people tbf who know all about the duties of the ministerial as hereinafter mentioned ; and for that purpose select papers In the tmropiescnted States, t ta I
and and ircelpt for thetV prop, : the sooner the better. Virginia shall conslllulo the First District North not ei.
"flmt | | The
irrlptloni avel.ln! littler will IH those : office take places. two Drst Second cording one to each Congressional district
l'I't the District
Carolina and to
.Tin1 tliin) section of the bill I all Ibiuci 1 ill attain their We do not doubt that, In the end, the Southern the of medicine and the
Snhwrlhor* hbMr"the Crof (04) Mark on tuition of the local courts nnd authorities people could baffle the Radicals by simple*
"I hit n"j, pMvislonal governIncuts plain Mr.[ might | find a place 8me'her Mississippi and Arkansss thin Fourth District of lines. The
IhPlr which t ..t their term of .mli.crlp- at the If the brigailiir loni- IJ.iJly f 1 per square eight discus !un de.rcloped .
papr. .r..hl (1..T.1 Jnerl unit w bi( h no | in w ho, the third steady persistence. But for this policy to pre. as book-keeper. The pulplU could be easily and Louisiana and Texas the Fifth District.SEC.
lion h. .. nd gorcrn Ihrmwlns .nlnlly. Ih..1llrc.ami niakm It v, 'IK- the of the President the fact that the object was to foster Jur : .
IIUlln. 2. Thai il shall be duty
A P4 mark ifter the liiim pintfloe that l iept .ll' In'"llon. .to fnmtrrt ,111"1 1"'IInf the ('nn'tltiuiionatum.mhnient< onsets, vail, they must be substantially unnnlmol8Mer filled by selections made from the ranks of merchants to assign W> time command of each of said at papers throughout the South. -
in tnn'r 'M/ pmjirrly" ,'and .IniiiHifi taken oath niemlierof perseverance without unity will profit noth clerks officers cx-mllltia : I
t p | "" /1/m having an as I COlg. municipal (010 districts an officer of tho army not below the
1 irr.W ,> : ", "I.fMtPSbcra nf rl jnililui pentr' unit rrimi- .or as an officer of the United BIIII. 18 ing. If the Southern people spill on this question nels, planters or from among the girls. Perhaps rank of Brigadier General and to detail a sufficient 24.-Cooper's minority rt-
| V Im:; <>nti not marked u the nomberrIm.,1 ",'; II oilier won]<, III shall have nnlunilHHi nirnilier of State nr cxccu- the dissenting minority will unite with the one of the ladle might upon to military force to enable such officer to port on the Carolina murder says It li true tint
nnlll forbid.Xtlenllon | "it, |HIII| jl.II'IIIIIII rXI'IIIIml nlKuilutcjurisdiction any Vjlllatur. b IrulCt his duties and enforce his authority Generals Thomas, Sickles, Wood and Baird
b In.c.d ] tnr If Nith nn,1I'rlllnli live judidal officer any Slall to support mgrocs, amid, with them soon become a majority one of the vacant ) perform ij fp'Ii
lie hoosea-to, 11"1.a-I| li. till ,Ilvl reorganize lie State and get admitted lo Con- occupy 111118. within tIne district to which be js assigned. their testimony, state that the courts do not id. I
I Jf set < gov it the Constitution of the Cnle Statefi, shall Fragment No. 2. never lo be SEC. 8. That It shall bo the duty of each officer -
.w Ach.rll..m..... I'nl'nt1IUII, courts, (its under ho nitty.) Whether hut can Pcher lr minister impartial justice where Union men, uh-]
lr111w Iiiti I. eligible to office. gress. b p.rmlnentIYlre heard outside of pulpits on the subject ofpublic assigned as aforesaid to protect all persons In
I 111.llhl H"n'lon.
Is called to the following. new mlvortlnemonls ,: bo rowdy and' hit tin suliordinalcs situ MlIII go \ill \II' every xiie ci dn.lkl'l onrtasI'll And II.. under tutu h gnvurntiuntc no discrimination vented we are no judges, n morals. The 11'lr clergy of Tallahassee havepmeaumptuotisly their rights of person and properly to suppress timers and freedmen are litigants, and that they
\ In'lhl I '| whethidthe Insurrection disorder and violence, and to are not safe but that they in answer to
: iii 1'1ry 011 hargoil' with theft,bnnrbiry ormuriVr In regard to color .1.1 lie. madu bi Ihe elective low-clitrcns are. It all depends upon thrust Into the public punish tie Ji.

I _Sec ( of H A. Smvr, Amtioticir, (Commission : they will t try, also), l'nl ri\l! <'aW' IramhlsoH. whole Southern people tire sound to the core prints, anti have been tel81ve deservedly chastised for public or cause to and be punished criminals all nnd disturbers to I this end of tho he root question, furnish but one ease In Tcnncwt,
Mace ;
bant and 'lln iiclion In replevin I, Ilvol for nliRlils and Inflexibly resolute. of them finally one In Mississippi, at Grcnadn, one in Lnuisisni: *
Groty.Fine .'rl of And I I. While these provincial governments exist Ifenongh thclrtemerlty. Let them know their place hence may allow local civil tribunals to take Jurisdiction -
|I..n properly" lo prot. lobe divided Into yield to make with the negroes a majority, of and try offenders or, when In his judgment none in Yirginia, except Watson's case, none ID
flo tiling n.ul for ,111'lly let The h, dalKirate ofn frov- the Ribel Slati-s are military al forth, and stay ther. How dared they dictate to
\ madilmry the Intermediate will bo loss of it may be necessary for the trial of offenders North Carolina, Florida, Georgia or Alabama
with opposition a -
executive and for that officers of the
by ,
army this and the tool I The
(Ordinamc) In nl.illou l Mite-walks, I'rll"ni. j"ldnl.II.I.
-Set1 I. .1"lrkln./.v"rI.1 C'lllnly. through press be shall have to
< organize military
also In In without power All testify explicitly that they find no fuult
matter, legislative "quiet and material with
Ihu. courts suicrior to temper, prosperity,
power milar | next we know they will lie telling us how commissions or tribunals for that and
.rIIII7o thing purpose;
to a Revenue lor hip t tin of the hrh ndil'r tills 'Ii
rll I.i 11111. the Governors of the States
-Onllnnt Is dnno liy the most C'lmln.llj.II.1 the Stale authority.III. any compensating .dvantg. They ought cither w e must vote I II I The preachers have mined this all interference under color of Stale authority respective or tilt

-A Colt' Revolver tot or stolen, (Nipular I ninth h of the. legislature' of the mospunly I I I. The (Nipple ol the IMI'I B"IIC.whenever to stand firm and Ilanl tlher. or else take country already by interfering w Ith anti with the exercise of military authority under the high officials, Judges of the Supreme Cimm: ,, '

I Notice o assignment 1 by J. JA('Kutiii ,\('". .inornitic, n-publir Hint the world, linnixerwcn they are tired ,/ thin /oVrulnt. mayby I vote the by the forelock mid tle best of what this protest of the Tallahassee plllcR.i. first this Stc.act 4.shall That be null all and void. under military or intelligent, well informed citizens. Gen. SVuo-
: put
and in thrwr, ( "" '\lint over all their tti/ens .1 I to color, ex cannot helped. If they are going to bluster persons field testifies that negroes arraigned for rinit,
Tax ('olh"'lor.
-Land sale by 1 C. DKMII.I.V. nlm lc 'nlli. 1111"4' of "IIUlt .1|> b slop towards their asserting pilcstly control over arrest by vlrtuo of this net shall bo tried without
__4 J.. II. Bn.t. I Is tho, agent of the Stale' ..ilnllel. < ten ccpt thnw disqualified from I.ollnl office by the now yield by.and.by, they will draw upon the ballot box I 111 I I Quite an important fragmentthat. unnecessary delay and no cruel or unusual punishment are dealt with leniently rather than lien-lily-
Treasurer-.pt. bis \hll' tlio Stale-Provisional! riovomnirntri'iuain Constitutional Amendment, delegates to a themselves the evils of both lines ol policy, anti Let It not lie lost; by all means It In shall be Inflicted sad no sentence of The general feeling among the respectable |*oJe|
during n hOnf. they may, nt the vv ill of the inilitui; put military commission or tribunal hereby authorized
any of Is
mIl ( lo State When secure the of neither. Virginia pity for the freodmen. The report
the basket and the benefit of
lio 'OIVlllol .nl Conlllltlo .d"nlg kC'lll r.r generations affecting the life or liberty of
of PAP& Wm'O. Attorneys nt innmnniler, rllll.rrIK'lln tli 'lr iu'lion amrediinil ui any person takes the and
I -.r these Constitutions are established upon Iltebasie yet shall be executed until It U approved by the strong grounds against policy constitutionality
". to there The Southern Recorder of the destitutionand unbm.
I. empty n"lhlnW. (o"I'nwr Impartial Milfnigi1 and are by the peo say nftVer In command nt the district; and the laws of the proposed military govern
-See Lodge notce. will lie an now, but IhlY1 IIIIVP little to do; and "lien th"!States rtile organized have want existing in the Southern States, or Fragment No. 8. There Is I kind of benevolence and; regulations for the government ot -the army ments. JiJr.

-Micic LmiAN'a Circus.TRKASIRKR ,.3 1",1"I|he ('UlrH. .fudge, Shorifls.lh'rk., Ju- Ill. 1 the Constitutional tUI Amendment, they .Prlnc:" The Federal army of Invasion and charity, never known (I the "'lr' shall not be affected by this act except In so lar Hate, Sanford, Morris and Murphy, minUttn

rim, In,1, all the paraphernalia of a Judicial sjs- adopted detrye crops, killed np and took off the stock heretofore, anti which has consequently never as they may conflict with Its provisions: I'ro- abroad and Consuls McMatli and :
ndmUtoil representation In Perry, indignantly
That of death under the -
I MIIII. Cong been It has been discovered In Talln tided no sentence provisions
II \itluti, nn dockets A military ofllccr not bu- description, burned houses gin.
AI ISTIII-'IIt J. It. flit.,. hit when military rule. will ccaso,and South Carln. every ant dlsslfCI of this act shall be carried into execution deny the truth of McCrackln'i charge tlut

the State'Treasurer ml (.trm, (lie nbicnrcofMr. low the rank ufBrldlurOI'nerl"IRmlnTdIn | nnd I Texas will the name places In the houses, freed the negroes, most of whom have ha8.however and during the controversy refcrrcd without the approval of the President they never penult an occasion to pass to vlllifj

AIPTIN. du'rnj hake ofhhlH.lf I nli by I siinpla as New York and'Massachusetts. Nor Is there since flocked to the towns, half the own non- to above received It. name. It U hence SEC. S. When the people ol any one of sale President Johnson und the memlwrs of his CiVInct.

-- der from .tbcso )ieuui.tItiartlN"< be 1'11 coiiHtltut producers, the women altogether so, still all are forth to bo called .selfish bnevolence." or w hen rebel States shall have formed a constitution end 1
of to ho that this result soon
want > may
NIde-WIke .. h Ped. himself Jury, Sheriff In.1 cl.rk. The as- I."U. | consumer Many of the white men being killed, spoken of In comparison charity of the government conformity with the Constitution
JUlg. tic for those provisions of the bill whichat of the United Stales In all respects, framed by a
The City Council at It. regular "'Ulg on tiiteneHH' Rulleal ('I.n'I.r of suds n T11'1..I.establish Impartial Suffrage make the others died, and other disabled l. no plow stock, Bible, It is to be cIICI"a lower kind of charity." convention delegates elected by the male citizens THE TRIAL OF 8CRRATT. eTT'
Monday last, pasted an Ordln.nc requiring theSld.Wakln lu'iuu uf Reeonstnictlon I h really "'""I<'rll Krccdmcn 11' the work. agricultural Implement burned or cut up\ tin The dlscov'crcrs this moral principle are on the of said Stale 21 years old and upward of WASHINGTON, Feb. 23.-The Court Room k

certain JorloD of the City to b 2. Xn one nf/- i dj"lul,1 It will beolmervcil c'I""llnrtclnl.ln| season of the past ye.1 having been the most highway,' to finding a square circle, I t.lok I whalever race, color or previous condition, who densely packed. Surratt bad not been brmiiAt

planked-- or paved. B Orlllnnc cllwhet. that IIm i.1 nothing In WIIXIN'HO. Tin?rT I Is, In the rlowlng.rlce from the New unpropitious ever known the bank issues of tho they will only le alone tho study of metaphysics have previous been to the resident day of lusoid such election State ,for except one such year in at one o'clock, but wa 'momentarily riper

.. lii-
Our friend SIIINK,", the I'rlll of 111.tllnen plates any hange' In the Provisional (Govern Ihe jieopli'of I'ver Southem Stale: la.km-these thing b.t brought on the the natural sciences, there Is no telling what Kcbellinn or for folony at common law and LATER.-Surratt pleaded "not guilty," and*
destitution. and word still discoveries make. when such constitution shall provide that the
I .moved hU quartern dO\1 hun the "biteeettIenwnti' menu a hltl'\'I'r. ssuIiZ rlffl'1 Il., I'hrv, when anew From the World, February 33.n present Ye the amazing they may elective franchise shall be joyed by all sucl the question"by whom ho would be tried," m-

II now Imld's forth at UA t.I.I&1' I lam or voters are admitted lo t Ilio |>ols! until h.t will the .tit D.? raised, paralyzing (he best energies. of the Jplo Fragment No. 4 We have had brought lo persons have tho qualifications, herein stated ponded "by my countrymen." He was then n-

old Corner," ain w o can hear his cry, Golnj the disqualify lug clausus of I the ('utiuct It it thutini I.. all that we know of Ihe tcniiersnd] view Tho same paper says; A go ahead light a new principle of Inlcl'IIIllon. Vu Welt for elector of delegates, and when such constilu committed to prison. The proceedings were &
Alnenilnient l >nite. That rljhut ..1 a neighboring county wa approached by a applied honestly Holy will show lion shall bo ratified by a majority of the persons
r m Illioiit the! trouble uf a visit up heglo( lo oN w e are of Ilie Southern titers U blUe risk of error t SrlpllT us void of military paraphernalia.
, lnK.lln" the question of who
In tills, iuisIrtiitiui I U nfntuii', 1'11. neighbor, more of a politician things therein knew voting on arc
tile advertisement, fitkrcp* apparent fOI a toward Inuble prb.p many ,'hlo,e never I'flr.the
f "l.n' In pn-dlellng thl' will take no step qualincd itt electors for delegate, and when such
.. lock of fri'sli Gron'rim always in store.The to Site ill,bain in the" Senate ,111 the bill ('amiHiik reorganizing their State under the a planter, who .discussing the State 01 principle Is this I Whenever Christ speak constitution shall have been subiuilled to Congress FROM ST. LOUIS.ST. .
from the I House with the amendments JYrmen. the country, especially the bill that 'to In a of which he does for examination and aud Congress
--- ndoi-| reconstruction, l recapitulate I.oke parable any practice, not approval Lot-is, Feb. 23.-The Board of Trade he
4Irc.i.. In I'vntlHKt8cc 1.11 by, that lush)', \hl'l I will be son thai MrWIIJNIN military bi. I I nlll't converting Georgia Into a Mitr District. Our In the same l parublc condemn In so many words, shall have approved the same, and when memorialized Congress to lend cotton planitn
this M
UKGrand C'omblnnllou il.iulili..eiiluiiiuiitvirtleciiiiuiI the ol.lnlol. ro thl'ynr said State by a vote of Its Lrgfclatitre elected tinder
of M"'II"ucl'' ultl'rl.K.k to further golmt o go-ahead planter be"r llm through b. and asked WI may b sure thai the said L harmless, to buy provisions, taking a lieu tb
In MIKK puflli lenlly n. It hi for those w hose 1..Ilre said constitution shall have adopted the money on ;
another of LitMAN' ,
1'01111 amend &the bill by limiting the time during w hid if the bill would prohibit the making of cotton. and may In by all Chris-
and habitual Intercourse with the b Innocently Indulged amendment to the Constitution of tbo United crop and thus prevent a famine and avuld tb
celebrated CI"lo W* Hhow. coinbliKi, the |xrsoim ii.,,' Iii oilier shall 11'1111 In olllie. l'IIII..llul( mind them latter Being .nl.ere in the negative, be IIKoleJ. i iIt I tians. Applying this principle to the parable or Suite proposed by the XXXIXth Congress and threatened necessity of feeding the people.

into one I Tratwil Dogs Mimki-ys., hub olhianinulH Just IH'fore thu'votu aunt Ilkl'lon. lii Southern! give ,"'lulltll'ofJUIlghll. dldo't congress and ; leI the prodigal son, we learn Unit dancing Is an In- know as article 14, and when said article shall The Pltuburg Dentists hare been enjninn!
l'III'urrll/ whether the
to have become of the Constitution of the
-making altogether nn nlm"nlnnr I hi- I louise ( Ill'ht .tttlle rip. I'm going make Them'sour noccnt amusement for Christ of "music part
affair Itself nndiT extraordinary rir amel.III'nl.w.quote 'tl 111' n'lw.1 If \lh so fixed that no lapse of tlle nor t clln. speaks United Slates said State shall be declared entitled from using Gootiyear'.patent Vulcanite.
exhibiting < In ) sentiments._ ami diineinff,'but speak not a word In condcmnatiou
/"tlifI"1. ( njiini lure of events can shake or ..at to representation In Cocgress and Senator
The loiilrnrlpd. for Hi It I
(umR\Of. al"lthn .' an nut aniubluthuunu.h l'hlllP of either. the and Representatives shall be admitted therefromon FROM WASHINGTON.
111'llm.nl. w>, the policy of the South I ,' THe LIST RESORT or rim SOVTII.-Tho Richinond Applying same principle oInterpretation
advertisement '' tin-) ilieiiiigi.Ii4ietl, Hcctlon, to vneaui all oflliTs .bed their taking the oath prescribed by law anti
\ to tile of the bidden WASHTKOTOS Feb.20.-The Pretldent
ritler, 'V bills ( to win tin* under rels'l aulliorily wlllilu ubiety days nn..1 and their ,advantage (r (Itrlnl tho Inlcndctcoercion Vines, In an article on .Military GoVern parable treasure then and thereafter the prcceling sections ohhll urgnlwllli
ATIJ. flr lnlllll'.hll w e learn that fraud Is Innocent for Chris warnings, by the New York Ifcral.l ml
) of the Circus I Of the (IN'I":igc of IliU at t. Ittmigrfnl lit. not unless thlslmmovable mcut for the South, say: ; lid shall bo Inoperative In sail Stale: froriitat

world and wife "Wlrt.> tlinr..1..1.-for who ever I IH plain thut If Ihu CongreM lhoii'ht| I tiny and Indivisible fUlly ol'UI.1 I.U be The people of the North wi have to dccld I in this iMtrublo spcaloMif a man who took advantage Thai no person excluded nom the privilege ol f Poet to veto the abominable tariff bill ; by tU
hl I of hU nclglilsir's' Ignorance and defniuilet holding ofllce by said proposed| amendment to Tribune to veto the retched measure uf Infli-:
will have
knew of a Circus vlxltiiig Tiillulmswr that IUd WI'I'git Ing a prcucn! elfii he dimiialilyiniliiusin | counted ujioii w ith a degree of a.urll'amountIng they or political chaos I the Constitution of the United State shall be
I not overflow wit vUltorif If tho Cutout ittihinniul A 11'1.11111.no ".. to certainty the sooner I new line of action and revolution ; whether the Southern State ant him of a great treasure, but Christ does not condemn eligible to election as a member of the contention Ing the currency by issuing a hundred inilliuu

: -- ln'I..11111| | an tutu olfered by WII.WI.N wouli la l"Ilk.loullhe tietter for .1L lu other words, exist as sueb or .\rlorlalze" Am him for doing 1111 j therefore Christians are (10 frame a constitutIon for any of the said rebel legal tender to retire compound Interest now,

TUB RKFoltTBn, NrmtWrtUy, Apuluchicoh, have been regarded ""''1)'. The.ucetlin(10111.) if the, South ban any n'1 to distrust Its ownllnimcss in case the later b delerllCI upon, why the I Justified engaging In the innocent amusement States; nor shall any such person vote for members by the World to veto the outrageous reconiimtlon -

O. W. PRATT, Editor and Proprietor, makes Its however, aluecks| fir 1 1t There L not a word It had boiler yield iu lfl7 than at some I best thing the Southern people could do would of defrauding each other. Applying the same ot such convention.SEC. bill
0. until the of the laid rebel!
I That people
,! appanc AI"llcbl'ol.tl third commercial In It that cxcludm any IK.nn tune In ollice.TlitniU .- future time. b to divide themselves Ilt nomadic &rl and principle to tile parable of the unjust atewani Stale shall bo by law admitted to representation Mr. Colfux, for Speaker.U unoppontJ. Hi

ciy Oulf has ''ll sulfurcd' from want itt not a word in the bill that 1''rIK1 This (mint b of such fundamental "'nl'l'r that with their tent and flock roam at the we find that rubbery Is an Innoicul pastime In the Congress of the United Slates any predicts a six weeks session.

paper, a rejoice tblt thu good pcoplo of ir/ic/i i-lei'tliiiiH lire U.IK' held iniili'r till Pnivhlonal ,hv trust we shall IWI.lol. for bringing it vast territories, from the Potomac t the Rio Christ speaks of tills steward robbing hU master civil government that may exist therein shall The Revenue fraud Committee close their*

,, that thriving place hav one at last. Mr. PIA1 (HUYI'mnlll. 'rll clc''lions arc lift uilo \. dourly into the I.r.gnlml The Interest involved Grande. It la true, that a life like this would b but says not a wonl In condemnation of bis conduct be respects deemed, subject provisional to the only paramount and shall be, In all port with the remarks that there may be toe OMk

I I. a new bglnuol; but he writes like a ve.'rll. unto lo'the luw n aln ltdy force,mid' ."IIIU'' are of RI(1 IUII'I""IUUI"'llllll. Ih l1 devoid of pt aate.but the Internal reveatue ; therefore Chrlstlaus may innocently rob ol time Lulled Slates at any time to abolish authority modify meritorious officers ID New York, Phlladilplu

and we I.n no dOlb that \hen ho gets "the Is conleinplalisl, anil no ilis<|iiallt)'Ing 1""..aV| \uull.a fiIal hhlul'r I.r Ihl SIUlr|eople on te Feer Government would their employ en. This principle of interpretation control or supcrccdo the same; and In all and Brooklyn; nevertheless fraud are to univff I

bang of abool.boW" ho will make Tin Jif. ply until uWiiiint| mit eleelloiiH Il'CUI timltr tb to trl.h'utlllhl.. for Immovabledetermination. have a time collecting their taxes. And I diligently applied to all parts of Scripture will elections to any office under such provisions sal and gigantic, the morals of manufacture > <

porter a paper of which Apnlacblcola Will l be existing law H. Fur \11.h'l the military com I the South Is ttrr ,.accept (if we should b on the footing of Indiana, we shouldbe lead tu results hitherto never dreamed of hy theo and governments others all persons who shall entitled be entitled to vote tainted as to render confidence in local nfflrmi
none are to vote under S
proud Term f 3 a year.. iiiiinder haw nllw''I'1| to onli'r,'h'ltl.n. Doubtlew negro. .llmgllft| Is .", .reorganize IL State allowed the same privilege oruellto from logians. Indeed there U no calculating the results tine provision of Ibo fifth section of this .ct.; and shaken that a reorganization U necessary.

TA Itfporttr states.*that-the amount. of cotton an oversight. /\Mm"II" uRlcr fetlerul dictation; If I I vine taxation." of the revolution In biblical criticism which no person shall be eligible to any office under WASHINGTON, Feb. 2.1-In the House toJw!
Iu this iiinnrc'tion may Iw well enough to to constitutional amendment --- will be inaugurated by this principle, if once It U such provisional governments who would be resolutions rather of Wenlworti I
recelveJ'al Apulitchlcola since the o >cnliii{ uf the I rlUIlhu pending An officer of the"late lamented' from contradictory
| whose disqualified holding office under the
army, adopted by commentators and students provisions
( who of
from) and IN
| of there manifestadvantages Holy
season and up to Febnar 21sl, i Is 2O,12i4balcs.- "IK'11 hl'11"1"I.1| voting as 11111111.n n'turllun. are. I home b In Pittsburg, Pennsylvania,soon after be I look of tine third article ol said constitutional charge corruption of members, involving tt
to oMU under the Provisional Scripture. upon this principle of Interpretation
t till
lug In
not postponing another honor
II .h''II"11 year amendmeot.CONSTITtTWN.L. of the House and ordering his commute
Tin receipt will "I greatly short of those of .returned from the war," married the
O"\rll'II.und who are ullsijtiahiliel w bat may to do at lost We blooming as the ninet Important fragment left after to to-morrow .
last when bales they .brought AMENDMENT. report were passed.A
over the
year of
something 10.0 from being ililu to und for daughter oue a mOt shining lights of the tile controversy between the clergy and some or!
were shipped from that port. 1'I voting Il'lb. fur cnmiKh from a.h''lnIbit the &llh .lul' and For a full understanding of the whole matter. resolution declaring that the House far*
--- (r'OnV'"lliI1to I'nl Htute ('.IMIIUlluI, See voluntarily luhOlllo tlgmnt injustice ald' loa plt.buren. '11 tills sweet daughter the people of this city. And from the Joy with we append hereto the Constitutional Amendment red! in Secretary McCullocli's views of com
birth hl'r"
The O.luc >illu Xcir I'1 U not tlcad-ht mad thu Sd 1'lul of the proNMcd| (CiHiKlllutlona miliating subjugation. Ou the question w hether Into loyalty this world gave black to Fred first child, I came which the appearance of this principle was hailed proposed by the 39lh Congress and known lion of the currency and an early resunnptitli 0

:. Its appearance lu our sniictum yentinluy, looking AII'I.II""Ilrlll.1 I elsewhere: they will give lu or stand out, we till al present as I DouglW The and the evident advantage It has given, In the as article fourteen" referred to in the Stb section specie payments encountered loud ohuJtetk

.ftmh and cheerful .ever. ,We notice that M"ltw'llf I'. 8. ('olgr say nothing But between KubmlsHlon nowauth Zkijr D say. the huslwnd, though admitting popular opinion tu the opponents of the preachers above. It b ps follow: from all sides of the House. x*
J. M.ABXOW : who baa Uf Utlli'n of the Viiilid Slates huh hb great sympathy for the negro, doubted if be I think that the whole
Esq, C"I'tl','It 2 w l"chl.I'1 .Uhlb"lul, at some future time (supposing carried the the community agrees Resolved by the Senate and House of The Committee ot the Tax Bill bare put itvertiscmouts
tb fn far a number of yean b rlr flU Its JIII.of the l'. S. Courts, District Attorneys. Allure submission, tu lie i>o .ililc,) our view are so thing and t extent of iudiiatej his in toclleslon 'II.ith me in this ju.IIII.nt.IIlIvlng of the United Stale of America representative In in the fred list The bond mini"'

editorial management and tlustht '1 ''ton of Customs, I Kigistcrs anti Ih''IVI or clew,ami rest upon grounds that I'II to do u* neg n'alu. cWId T"J.l gathered these few fragments I come Congress assembled (two-thirds of both House inspectors distilleries Is five thousand Wlars. ,

ted be"anr by Mr. W II. ROUKRTUON, the Proprietor Land Olh" .IUIII ul hers reething l.nnmL I solid, that w.. should rl In our duty If we young WO dually C'II1 tat te now lo propone a plan for the purpose of raining concurring,) That the following article be proposed The committee reported amendment"
i' w ho, Mr. AHMOW*ay.. U .a mauler of lila kluun from the H. who have taken au oatii toaliplaurt itbliettl n.father 1'.1 a n.r by the name of" Archie. all the i\indsiicccs8ary for charitable and religious to the Legislatures ot the several Stale as an
tl'm.Whatnl'r The white Avjiu/uf promptly resigned In favor or an amendment to the Constitution of the United the bill taxing all qualities ofsegars five Un
profi-twion. The retiring editor 'mmlu, the | the ('onuttitutit in. may b thin ultimate binds on whichthis the negmfaMer. He bad purposes. The preat'hers are silencetior or I might .. Stales which, when ralitled by Ihree-founh of per thousand, which was adopted. The una*
Kra one of the hat the and MrR 3. MembenofMiili' Legislatures. enougNo. oeufee.c. anticipate some trouble from said Legislatures shall be valid
Jln 1&t. j..1 rntV.ny III'II''I. th.r must b .. them. As, however as a part of the ment abolishing the cotton tax was rejected hi
will have to "wath h cork" t sustain iu 4. Excculiv oltii, n of the Slant advantages.tu the early adoption of thai basis.- IiFLaCUMENT.-Tbe Nm York Ernswug they art silenced aud as I am sure that my Constitution namely: vote of 63 to 93.

well-earned reputation. UUly..bo\lC" thou 5. Judicial uae..1 Mli'uli includes Judges aud The crippled business Interests of the South ought /(Radical,) which I U usually w eli posted suys: plan will be hailed with delight by all persons ABTICLK in the 14.United Sec. I.11 biates.persons and subject born or to naturalized the- In the Senate the bill consolidating and p*

If there U anything.I do know, it U how lo roll Justices of the Pome, and all olhen who have t I he lifted out of the stagnation caused by the hear through private sources. directly from w ho are lu the prim'iple of" selfish benevolence," jurisdiction thereof, are caucus of the United ding for the payment of the national dell WM

duct a u..II.r. been Juclu lal oflhteret ol( any' $tate. existing uncertainty. To l istxine| reconstruction W.blgln. that there .not the slightest prospect I he..rfully and I boldly give you that plan. States and of the Slate herein they reside. No tiered to be printed.
The ht.1 once a week at low It IN such SHERMAN'S The Stale shall make or enlorce law hich $sM aa'k
1'\"I thl w1 n'II"I..lllulllly person* are under bll.r I. sake of nuta of the success 0 impeachment scheme. Charily Bull I understand was pretty the any w shall Mr. Patterson Isle intention U> *

price 0 f per,-year. -- disqualified who hail taken an Hire II ollice ftrrriuiit ,xttuim. lion 111.,1 the simple .. Coimtilution, Men controlling Influence who are in the con nearly a failure. I have been told that the net of abridge the United privileges States.or Nor immunities shall any of State citizens deprive regard the joint resolution announces of the Tenne***!*

NMl...1 (.(clllK Sic r. lion of the Unltml an Blau O.lh lo Mipjiort UM Couslilu- "'oul b aLoe anti n'lnnt. delay, But t ldl'uC 0 hue \ICII of 111.l'bmlnt and proceeds thereof ere only two hundred and forty any person of life liberty or property without Hature requesting lila resignation.A :

Te noble d..fell'w'hick this |l"lol) baa madi.of aLit "*, 11.1 w ho subsequently 1..tlwlt| I.tl.ton on thin 1,1 to adopt the whose name mentioned, woul j"I"rnte the dollars. It Is true that the sum more than due 1 process of Uw, nor deny to any persona half million dollars was approprutn!* *ss

te Constitution and of cvi 1"r1. says the gavo then and'In. 'm"Xo lu. the ".Wo 1'1 engaged tultitte or some amla plan or live yean correctness of their lu"uII'"II. freely avow th' doubled l by piiMing from thin Capitol to Ole columns law"blo. Jurisdiction j the equal protectiuu of the the improvement of the Mississippi river >t&

Raleigh stk.and w(. l'l.r 1 endorsing by reason hat one Ing been Illuh.I.member"o duqualifled of Secewlon hence, would L.h.n-wlg""I, |1..1.1"11 folly.Every the plan, even if It have l.ur of support at of tiie \itiifl, but the one hundred percent Si.c. 2. Representative shall be apportioned Moinea.

its ..t.II.O. l'lllll'1 lo &Urgent [wtron- I'-tHivention.. a a year of mitr,;government puts bl.k the any '\that would b considered Cwd"bl. made Iu the sanctum of that "spicy Journal" among the several Stale according to IheU respective The following confirmations made JJ*

age of the S.It Its l'UflI" to ,' or a. 111"o Culg.or recupt'ration the South, and (what is worse) I Ilrbll. must n'll iu faihl. The I fear will not be available for purposes of charity. numbers, counting the whole number M. flyers ilk *'
1'&UIUCC an offirer of the ot Surveyor Customs, Nasbv
Uon.mw"II. or a the and the Northern & 1'1111 that the persons iu each Stale, excluding Indians not
about the first of Marili. a full rt>|Nirt of the principal mcmlxTof the a1U.lmU8 rl.t..1".v'.nm..lt 'nal reject Charity Ball" has conic so near taxed but whenever Hum Q Smith of Customs StUn1*
UgUlalure or an ufflrrrnf ; the right to vote at Surveyor ,
'speeches made lu both HOIUMW iu or any people t the dangerous practice of domination. --- proving a failure, I propose' that we have election for any
electors ,
d.i'IU. ( There The al'h.&riIY of President and Yice-Presi-' bums Gilbert Collector of Cu Is .
; Bogart
Into ,
imtuUitiuu (lYL) Some
\"fl.h'r.llllol. bl. The louses and dangers thus entailed Alul"ri GI' says :
the Conntilution dent
and thu Grog with or for United
will Stales
South Shop,
an a" XHIIPfrom what may a Charity Gambling Representatives in Con KPk'Receiver **
a"'I a l.an' original views-whether he tn money'-tho results of the Washington, North Carolina; John
reasonably accepted Executive
lUdicul wxirueii. They will lie found in thintnweekly 1. 'pcrxiiiteul l'Uui dblet o\'DluC Saloon .tlllch.01' don't be afraid of thepreachers. grass and Judicial officers or the
an or an a.h..t" uitwiouevery pickings stealing of the hut four members of the of Public Honey, Little Iha k,Aass.
weekly in Die \& opponent u : of 1..II"'ltbil ends; but not gratuitously-nol ad or five I assure Legislature thereof; b denied to
utiLe al.1 all'll daily L thing Is made to hng.. ou the fail I uhailg as at the South I hats years-contInue to drop into line United State a.._ ..._. _n_ you. they_ .are _silenced_ ,_andmu auy of the male inhabitants of such State, beingmemyone .
JitltUujfuftr. ThU be halting place .h. only u were
.i a good ,mutt tory mu, 4 COuld safely defy Drs. years oi age ana citizens of the United ri
time MibM-ribe. tl"1 an on.-h.I.I..r |" ...10.autl11w tune, projxTty, and qtilel, lo enter at Lut on the Tr.ur. Ornbk., are the only return Harruld and PuIW
Daily |10,Tri-wrt kly f A, and ItifonBtruclIon 'el and Mr. Branch to jxjint States,,or in any way abridged, except for FROM NEW YORK. 4 Let
the Weekly $;.J t .1 annum. have st'bl'I..r 1.I.'''hit h same n'II.Uat path. As between the SHERMAN : *, no .fraitur jewelry, pianos out a single tnt of txripture: condemuiug these participation iu rebellion or other crime, the NEW YORK, Feb. Commander ('O'P'* rI .&

--- U-ru months In hukhiiig so fur .the bl pure .1.limp. and the SUEUM tx bill &c. 'Conscience' appear Do yet to Ierhe places of innocent amusement. It has been basis of representation therein shall be reduced the WInooski, In the West Indus Mi'that ,
settled cruising
'. Senator DOOUTTLB read a leue In the Senate whiles I.lomtriiiHl. amount t this only this Ihl.1 "I.1 additional ,Iit.tiou. n'akllbllll'lll these articles. When it does, there in the course of the in the proportion whith the number of such mala & 0 .tcI
from and nothing more "-Ilie dhlVamhUtnent I be controversy between theInreathiere citizens shall bear to the whole number of male no slave landing has been effected or
ou Tuesday a ex-Vniou officer who has of | not ,. ought t a Urge hall In the Treasury Department Mtisui
aol .. and those who have opposed cituens twenty-one of hi dition filled Thehmtnput'ocoulies
settled In'Texas iiJfec hi4di n. them year age that State. out wlthto.yesr.
denying for
Radical the .
stories of 8thlrn are ever t .pprpri 'ubibLin'aJwben that hatevcr |' not bi-c. 3. No person shall be Senator
Taken rl'rl'oi& expready torbiddcn in Holy a or Itepresentative render the slave trade unprofiis -
outrages 0 the rrn. and show lug up the .1'II'r. Ihe m''H. U a mass of under the Sherman bill, they should so Ihi te .trm o these 'spoils, now in the Writ U innocent and be in Congress, or elector of President OI

moral character of Jack Hamilton the so called rude alMinblifS. I n"'tIIA"1 as Stales audit year and thereby gain the advantage' patcl,. hands private IdJldu once begins, it ought ChrUtians. Now may innocently enjoyed and \ ice-President, or hold any office, civil or NEW YOUR, Feb. tt.-In case of Capt.I 1

Southern who may seen banging due not recognize ui Our Mate G""tnl"'II iu the election. 0 tu come [ a grog shops are not con military, under the United States, or scutdce nay arrested on the requisition of the Governon*
I Iy.lj hug turin 'IL
b daily they ,
l'reLltl I demned the Bible,au4 for *w f, w ho, *
IJ ( but "ho I nightly black.f .. ln In intact- mr ju.I.:&tu y 01'1 1'01111 the new Stato constitution during the summer and as gambling saloons, member having previously token an oath aa a Virginia the Court declared the political ti1t *
A REXAKSAIUJC they are not once mentioned. That Congress, or a* aa officer of the United D ___
: these
guarding that body because it doe""'| do ..ny.I' tame-our Iitws a uudiMurlictl!but I i iu the autumn and present them to Cog for acceptance WlnXort..n 1' therefore afford innoCent places, States, or as a member of any Stale Legisla whether Virginia !IS State isinadmW'kw
of" officer of the change says; phenomena of the recreation cannot be
thing an not Th tore rit
t hilt 1.1 tinny 1",1"the at next or as au Executive or Judicial officer ol w as dismissed
r ... rank Brigadier General" lo nullify the o| 'ration ,'wter'I sixty or last few weeks well deserve the consideration of doubled, and that they will prove eminently State, to support the Constitution of the United any I j

P&JIT 0V THK bIouATL-.Wlutl4ngkm h't- of ihite Uw s "hlenl it way suit his 1,1.'ur ori .seventy vote may de&rmloe would result. But aUIC."her Ihik.I|>hen. Tremendous falls of Profitable Is certain. Two or three establishmentsof states, shall have engaged in insurrection or rewlliou LETTER FROM EX-GOT. BROW$ ,- ?
ter-writer concur in the Hiblponeuicnl tl next year shut them out snow In alike this kind in each well against the same, or fine* Aid ATLASTA Feb. Ex-Gor. Brown pwea
.I.mtllb.t.o the 'unv i'nleiu'.. We placed a sort Purgatory Ury country, alternations county managed would ortomfort 23.-
a I alJ to the
be the
opening(the new CongreiM,0 the Sih of Man h neither in IIcuM'ii nor yet iu lit 11 o I-1 kind 10'1'1.ly.hem tu .ld might more ot Radical mean subjecting If o n..iv cold and almost sunuucr heat, bring in more money than any other means ever vote Otw-tJfr.j enemies ihereot of each But House Congress may, by a la the morning paper a three column *** 'IT

next, U.-u. Wade, f'U8tol from Ohiu will UPrekitUut of .1".il). But ills bio grave waller tujeMuUuii. they should fur reorganize years next their tyranny. and destructive f'L in various sections from adopted. I think that we could get enough dia.mbuiity.SEc. remove such reviewing the situation and advising tl*V

of the Senate, iu phtco U St-uaU-r Ki. 1'lolth..aft 1s a Wondrous pirvtisiou could not ,(lo.a Cougrot constitutions the extreme East t the Western frontier, have money from these sourcis to feed all the hungry I The validity of the public debt of tine Georgia to accept the terms impuM-J t V i

tel ,how Unu nIldri-it i ua the 4th l'fli of I.'"cr. I. M presi until titter b the.b.ile election l approval C'mblll tu 1,1,1 the whiter of 1IW6-67 memorsble and clothe all the &. And It Ihe ihurche incurred lulled States, authorized by law, including debts bill recently passed by Congress.
It is know thut JI l'teatl I past. here Intend still I the payment pensions and bounUc I
Wade i is oue of the uiut-t ultra | for au Liii iu the of meteorology, to kerp, loll-WI' the incompe '
a .ril"I..uahl.' 1d..0' The South has stake than for lervba in
a deeper of insurrection WASUIXGTOXWABUINOTOS
t suppressing FROM
and bitter now la the Senate and la the otfi b any --- tent men now stUng their or reiicuion -
n.Ii,1 nit was eomiuitlftl, aud therefore U legiaUlinu pulpits would I shall! not be *
at the North aug- questioned, but neither v"h>
lb the
I 1 rescuing government from The Journal The Radicalleaders Feb. 24 Sensti*
the haracter 0 being a baj, bold man. bin kw srd>. It uiuU rtakes, too, tu make LJvil 1)11 ,'gest that each one of them e.ublUh Charily I United States nor any State shall assume or Gme'
control pay thm |
I' __ lLk' and their electoral vote would their his authorizes denial
puuikal own a
1 debt authority,
"operative the prutisious I" a Cunstilntionsl tk t.1 l"I".rll. Grog Muip aud a Chanty Gambling; Saloon" for any or obligation incurred m aid of insurrection -
TUB NtOkO AJiD TUB WIT $J\\O.-.\ Aiueudiiii U n all probability turn the scale. We do not ad- !>ends upon t.1 making the Xort hate the Itbl support of tht'Ir pu tors. This I or rebellion against the United States, or is opposed to the pending reconstrutli"! nure
not of
Lulg Kentutkythe other day,Ju.lg GUI-- words, it uiiJtrtak.es"Ii I to inflict yet a..I.tl-iu the other "I the Southern people i seize this advantage South .bitterly .possibly And 1 thiirihicf I once adopted all over the plan and mine I but claim all for lime loss or ernancipauon o( any dive, *. Jj
4lt iu the 1-of Juluuoa "I 'bin- ptiuiijimeuts i they feel sure of n ultimate triumph by other political employ iuc.nl is lie slander, country prope.ly debts, obligations and churn shall The President ha been petitioned to 1W' i<
uunved. be
& w held
law hit U illeiral
h soon
it a1 in and
w not law. bring void.
a '
son t Perry, in the Circuit Court, that the act& p..rl.lu I guts means| but, aul..lt' are unchangeably confl- vilhj'y, denounce, curse the *'ud the enough money to SEC. i The Fred. Douglas Bumm Conuuiiwiootr. MIn
o to il gospel to all the Congress shall hive
Cuogniis, euiUemug the right to Irh..r.l.r ul..rkl' I'uolth.1 lou dent and bad belter Southern heathen nation And ( power to en- ._ l'
they not let Stales Southern L01
I uJy upon negroes and go a a. people tub I one gnat rea. n w it ulcer by appruprta legislation, the provisIons Georgetown the vote *tood J ;
hlvel".o Mtks by should
w.Wtluta.and aduiittnl ll"lc t'n'fr tu deprive tin) lu the baud to try what luck they will have ." I met| w itii a favorable oflhms utncle WO Conservative. voted **
1'1' theui of the btnttil e\r \ cuusklenttiuo The negroes
psrUou. The thi.prawn ___ U, that this
the The plan
had Um o ; beating the bush.Astqaegro you t1"OeorgetownCocnciinsea.
t ,'IL.1 1'11 a Wak h. seiCU \
sea Tha Radicals elect <
) will > *
Court in lUe ea' M ituuA& deelilml : MOBJC IsscnoiuHivnos. gel money t* charitable and

Freedmeu'a Bureau Ag.u&tl d'uui were Ilb.1 a l.ou I'ulgJ the party o retch lag it of h* wont 'uffrge'abkhw.the 11.i b .ro Radical say; .Th great DQ r'leu ** fruw those trki Il Il ufaer religions torJritoU purpurpo I6- A Puunc. )iuVasLIzt.--A number of the "aIn '
negroes. a new scheme, (0. tIne *
--- toni n"lon' to all the rights he poskesaetl ame t r.tu. te grass a 11"olh' with us. It cannot en t tAN taij/ HUM prominent men of Iowa have issued a the House, Wentworth' Couiuu

-Connecticut now running very high I:' Ufi>re he became a inniuuL The CongixHOoiuil suffrage mol 0 reasoning is apphcaute. 1 Ir concealed ta they have not the hold ou the peo44 b- OcuUrsethege'nthow's ill have to call for a State Convention In that State, in led that the testimony did not affect the t t.ty .

} .about to lve pit 11 element infused latin I k'h..ul r.pulil.this w iU e.t.ublLiLu.dukwtritw sense iu.fighting b l U permanently; bUtthe&utbisWJeIL prevented, ter i* they one They talk too much and too i i the charity grog shojn and charity gambling manage sa : hlchthtysay: *Those cUuen* of the Stale of of the President, nor call Into quesuufl TV ', |

tw A call h**0 pubU>hed, a.- antI vtouM make trwo.ICld. Ian, would better to icatedly. bTe too much tactics and too i loons fur though the Udie are not forbidden by luwawkoaOhewto a* political principle of tegri7 of any member of the House. J

f the_ lo. I o Connot-licut, a S.1 fur and dug their lives. (u- .u- Vbalevei a i may be Lbs b uliiznaw accept i at seems 0 little plan. They a fiddling too much while 1 1theflreoJQomeuinotyttcxtuiguk.heJ scripture engage in tide buJat suUl they *ii : Thuonuta Jefferson. anti *ho Uliv-atU. African tea* received with shouts ff f -11wa -*-11 '

I Yed. New Haven, Feb. Si, tuf9B"PVt icuder always an orttndtr the alpha and ouu-g I tolerably c rtsin that daln. i '' I I be kept flow it by iheir sense of propriety. Such supremacy aitti wntralueJ despotism minis tabled and CuammiUstsdljdnargalL

th* Mpujimuy nl luHiilnmiug a t.1 the beginning uij the cud o Il 4. rInd, w bile the South is dui held t under provisional martial p -'-- -..- I thing a* a My selling whiskey punch or Lisa- are threatened by the fragmentary Congress at venally regarded aa faroe dt -

1 Central Couuulttee, and &do other -t>u iwui.A ._ Such a uioTjiuxfcity us this bi|*\ 'eaunot I 'b.r .UU .D I 4-Tr i' dy smashes or mint Julep, or tempting men to Washington, arc rtqu< tt4 to fcnd at least one Mr. BeBJamia moved that a salute
possibly HuiiJ the ', ,1 b D suffrage aayway. la every some dra O'l I amount tur delegate from ta>.h to State honor of the 'e"!
parties .almost equally di\UcJ la that scrutiiiy o JIW.:1 laqury. State c I t\ gamble even cburiuble purposes, would county, a Convention dredgunsb.liedIn
the not
Stale, the laboring rlastfs. If they nominate a If tested 1 Ike courts, i uuut tail -at Itstst sa 1 tCp, and (a united a' outnum a America* bonds heU by foreign capitsOUts, | be tolerated for, moment by her Cursbten. Any that is htitty calitd at Iowa City, on the 84 day vIctory, which the speaker ruled uut 0("Vpt *=

&l ticket, may b alie &control the balance / .J'111| t us-auil that it will be so tinted wsuppoM' a I! elect b t"all blb time uthc.rs.i ty istu. they can the Mr. McCulloch tstiuuuiU: at 't.O.O.> the i Udy whu woukl do any of these things would ofL1'ril, l67, to tWtdelgale to the Deuiocrauc The Joint reaolutiuB,removing tUV1

I power. j t.1 can be no ivs. wabW JoubLV" RsJirals tu crrtOo a achisro 1 iu the purpose whit 0 viga, ew ouU Turk Trte.t 'IOOO f) 't\\ll) be sure to be caste; but the gen tleiuea can take I I Conveauoa of all the State, mtkh luu tony from inniapuhis, vas defeai

0 ""oWy he .bl correct hold of n y plan and nunaf it HjcceuUy, and be'enC&l1nd&* the WiU of April, l&ar, and W In the Senate, Job* D, Defre* '

hrfi.et thrUj wy j oU tion U low*." was elected Congreultmii printer





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I Edu'ftlion.IBureauhll /providing com- Itt'tI'titfllRilt' \ K. A. SHINE .
tier !M a wtory of|4,000; and three' clerks, '-' MIKE LIPMAN'SGREAT GREGORY & ARCHER
and one at $1,000 = '
.t2.OOOoneattl,800, ,
Jkvorably considered. In this connection! 8 D. PATT. J. t>. WEfcTCOTT, JII. FREEDMAN SAVINGSAXU I
nmner snld be was anxious that this gene- PAPY & WES"T"C"O'.T"T': COMMISSION MERCHANT (Successors to Gregory, Delouest! & Co.)
much _
| should be dignified as M possible. a

I pawed SenatemnshlertAlhe t It'tl'lthA'P/'uvIKlon envy appropriation, disbanding ATTORNEYS AT LAW, -ASDcm. COMBINATION I I S Trust Company.CItAUTERED .

.srmliig the militia In the unrepresented TALLAHASSEE, FLA. o o E; n. SHOW, DRUGGISTS' ', f
oral Its reorganization) forbidden nntil con- OFFICE Lr MARTSR BASK DnLD (I. I

ally anthortzed. The Mil goes to the March 1,1807. 48tfNotice. TALLAHASSEE, ; BY CONGRESS J
j for concurrence.! ATTEND TO AU. SALES AfCTIOX
WILL March M 186S. '
Approved ,
or million"dollars' appmpria- 1con.trudabridge
tatter a was receive and forward Goodi on Consign I
> nt Hock lalnnd. The ; ment.t CI ,.. r.r T _._
/-1APT. JAS. IL BULL is m anthorized Agent The late \partnership of Shine Splller having .-.J
tookarecess.. \J during my temporary absence. been dltnohcd, be bus removed bis Store to M. T. HEWETT Prat I D. GBtrect LAMBXRT. 8eo'y.
C. 11. AfSTIN. Principal{ om -87 Cedar New York (Amcrl- "

FROM EUROPE, March 1 1. 1867. 43 "Gallie's Old Corner can Exchange Bank BuUdlog.)

juxw, Felt 26-Noon.-the suspension or. A :X; 1 1) -- .__

bean I) corpus In Ireland ,bas peen extended Notice.TALLAHASSEE and where freshen nt! all times may be found a supply of the bent BRANCH IN TALLAHASSEE, r

ree month February 2SJ, 1867.WE NEXT TO DR. MILES NA!noa OFflCC.
i leading papers' approve Earl Derby's re* the nodent" oed, bating been appointed /
MKlpnees of J. Jackson Co., late proprie Groceries ---.--._
neasures.! tan of tbe Planters' II ken, all persons Indebted to Trained Animals r -' F.M>4IT9 of Ono Dollar\ and npwardi received. "

_| Russell cenwres the American Govern- laid.tiara will pleixe 1"m' wilt bo Bold &s low M can be purchased. at The money drpofud to this lobe Bank will
|for pleading for mercy to the Fenians.{ GEORGE I I A."''!necs. any In this city.AUCTION bo kept story on and paid. back to
confederated I of THUS. 'f. ALLEN, f the depositor, principal and Interest, when called
I name of the < provinces March 1,1867. 4S-4t for. ,

i North America Is to be the of -- SALES' AT THE] OLD STAND Interest \ on all sums of five dollars and '

The Queen's rnjdraenuativolsKingdom to be For Sale FRO".a' [ NE""T OI LE. L"NS, III"nlhsrrevlooUo\boftnda10rlaDDar1.udlol npwnnli, w bib.. have been on dcpo.lt" for ill, I

foovernor General with a :>alary offiftynd !, EVERY SATURDAY In each year.
I pounds sterling. TIlE HANDSOME" .. AND..co.n E. IE ( -March 1,1807.! 43' [Sent copy Where it Inn bran lieurgnni/i-il: 1 ami Refitted for its t T.III.lIL1f1lehl"' :, r1.A. I Is When made ,np In of accordance the weach depositor Charter will a division receive \

Y irs, Feb. 26-Noon.-Klng William of now occupied by Major John Beard,.on Tjm! | ieehnroof surplus In addition to the regular Interest. I ,
South East corner of Monroo and \ Lost t or St 0 I. ,
k 1"lobeEmpl'rorofOennany... Street. Thc Bret floor contain two !, TOUR THROUGH THE SOUTH. The Honk has thus Air been able to pay Ito percent )
Parlors, a wide Hall, Dining Room, Pantry Ac. COLT'S REVOLVER with an Ivory handle, ltrt'c, on Ifttml. a J't11'Auortlllt'lIt of Interest. ,
failed State Supreme Conrt. with a Inree front and back Plaxin. On the second A marked H Combs U. 8. Army." Any person All Investments made In United States securities. I
w following is the first section of a bill pass- floor are three large; Chambers, with Drrulng Hoonis finding said Revolver will he llbeially rewarded All the profits belong to the depositors others i
I attached which can be used aa Chamber. If deolred leaving It at the Poet A U utl's office, at the are Interested.Hranchc .
the united Slates Senate on Saturday,to making six In alL Tbo Kitchen eontnlns Kitchen, Capitol. In selrptuip ami arranging tlieir fireat j Attraction Fresh Drugs, have been established In Marl; all the
= for lhe allotment of the members of the Laundry and two servant rooms. A fine Cistern, .March I, 1807. 48-11. Southern cities, from. Baltimore to New Orleans.
circuits.I I This lined and arched with brick In cement, Is under, the for their Lr. A. B. BTONXLAKE, t t
....S Court among I'gtlKltcheo porch, with rump attached. For terms Medicines Chm'n Advisory Com. '

..... cd mcrcty for supplementary the reorganization to the of law the-court recent-, apply inlet to I, 186. 49-3m;JAMES* B. OA IBLE. P ensaco I a & G Georgia & TallahasseeRAILROADS.II h COLOSSAL FRANK W.Acting WEBSTER C'Mblcr.Feb. .

__ Chemicals 1.1, ls.,7; 44 "
was found to be Imperfect to respect to I
rlbutlon: t S Paints I 1

1. Tfe enaflfd, tte, That the Chief Jds- virtue of the vested In law I wak- j
authority me by .
the United States and the Associate Joe BY will tell, on Monday, the lOih dnyaJde, Iii... ...I '" 1I Ii.., ., It lias been tho aim of (lie Management: to VARIETY STORE '

"of the Supreme Conrt shall be allotted 1S07 for the State County and Railroad Taxes due present for t the patronage of the jMiMio, an Oils ,

the by order of the court, thareonl for tbe year It4>u, the following described CHANGE OF SCHEDULE cntertalnntentthat f-liall combine all tlio cKincut '' ,1 .
jcnever a new allotment shall be required ,I atlld, l lying and being In the county of Turpentine
nd expedient, by reason ol alteration of Leon, vis : -0- of _0_
orenftho The 8 WV T 8, R 8, X A E 8 E : AND
AFTER Hth pelt theTrains
circuits new appointment v'3.88cr' ,
.m). Sec 31 R OV FEBRUARY
fJusticeorAMoclateJustlceorolher'tl'lee ,-{ of Sec T'3. .1 N
these bo
"doW", an expected to Dye-Stuffs
& E of of 8 E 1 rs 33!: T 3 ,
u 0
r. < ,
BEru.a : leave and nrrUo at the eicral station, nbont Ibo J e
be the duty of the court to make the same, NeW NOVELTY
R K S, N A E, N W < of Sec hours below named the roimmnlcs, however 4L) rFUST UKCKIVED.. ,
new allotment shall become at 2S E of N Sec ,1"" tlio of ', .
a necessary and )< T-X, property R.Tbe'NJf serving the right to vary there fruur at their discretion Petroleum, l'I
er than during the term, such allotment Blake.
made by the Chief Justice, and shall be of Sec 8, T 1, R 1, N A F, and 8 EV of : CURIOSITY AND EXCELLENCE '
III toe next term, and until a new See 8, T 1 R1. N A E. and EV; of 8 Wf Sue 8 T 1 Freight and AcroiuraotlulloM Train Fancy and
tb': R 1, N A: E.I'lolfuototTbllltla.vIllON..d.eoolalo. NEW GOODS j
t'nt the court Iloing Fart i
y, ing 640 acre., tbe property ufJ. K. Bradford. and \\itli a hnisliing expenditure: of time ami ,
aRIDA. To be Bold for the tuxes duo thereon for It41J6,nsafurcsald. ... 7' MA. M. they Bole and the Toilet Articles. :
.-A letter In the Savannah A>tr, A: ArriventTelrubneeeo) about... ....'. 9110: money, organized pl'I'li'rt/'tl I
; dated SL John's River, the 16ih I ultimo I I. C. DEMILLY LcaveT..llahu..c.bout..tO.l: 1'urchnsrdntlorthe areat fall, (not Adam's,) !
Tn'ollchrL; oeouuiy. Lee Monliccllo about. 1.40 P. )L GR 1,1 rl' -" but Hint 0 f"f'ew York price. ,i
March 1, 1867 4 -3111w Leave Madison about .......... .,. 8'JU: J nln.n ,
da la complete mctamor- Leave Live Oak about....,. /A.V IT I. our Inlentlnii.. )A Leep our HTOl'K complete

IPylngPoutthe COltaf.sJ.a. have land their not ao ngcnta much In.fiction An Ordinance Arrive Arrive at Sax Lake annahabont City ..... ....... 000 7.M "" Sextibule Combination I 1'1..UrnKItoIAbll.bll..llt.11..lclllllt..uo"om..d. embracing every thu queu.IlyGnurd. at a first _._ 1

culatlon as actual Soeemare The Massn- In Relation to Side-Walks. FrrlgMLeave and Arremerodall.n. N.t.R f4 fur getting .u 'lira onsboit, ,,"''''eI'II..I,''.* u. to

Emigrant Aid possible purchasing send -o- '.." Combining, under olio- Iinincii 1'nviliuit, loryno oflVr nono lint frenh ..rll,...... Wo Imy. noun (but I Ihll
ta and as speedy at ,
us: ,cultivators to occupy them.they At tha rfjE IT ORDAINED BY TilE CITY COUNCIL Leave Savannah Lake yahnut nbont... ...... .... LiMA RtO:! P. M.M. Prii'u of A
time the coast region Is preferred-an' 'J_> ofTallehoeeeethat tbe Side-1V'aikeonthewrit Ieavel.iveOakabouts.10 .. Mhr re.rolnallydlurmaudnraarSbmknllnrmldrht '

reason With an un.ccllmalctlleltll'r, l iy Nfl'le' of Monroe Street from. l'cnaenla Street to Men Leave Million, about...........?.....10.:13": -----_=_ = we warruuLdone I
at all seasons of the year. Very arty Street, .hall be paved or planked. li a manner Leavo Monticello ... ",'hid, wo n111Mt cleat out to make room I

Mention was bestowed upon this region to bo approved by the street! t'oiiimlltec. at the cost Arrive Tallahassee about,... .... .... aifll' P. M. -_,_- for Uroocr/ I e..
i close I r&h war. Now shipments of otlbeownerorown..otiheloistroullllllon.ald, Lcuvu Tallnhasteo about. /fi)0:) --"rS. DOLOVIl9'< :
.Ida walk t 1)r,4.IntTbnt Ihl. ordin.uee.halloot Arrive Qulucy about... 7.UO:( I
made Northern
ire lions to
are markets.bo
enforced until an advertisement for least JUST RECEIVED
at ten Finn White Woolen Blankets Nubian j
.dea of Its productiveness and resources days .ball be published in the newspaper printed HI. :Mark Trnl.-I'r..l..h. and Ar- ,
|)gathered from the fact that one gentlej In Tallahassee" notifying the owner or owner of roniniodnlloH t r Vinnljkcn, Sontaga. Hoods, Men and .
Indian river has an orange grove whose said loll that If the work Is not done by them, or at A I.AIMIK I.IIT OF Idivi Clothing HooU anti Shoes,
[yield i I Is .about 0 millions of oranges their cost, within twenty d.ijs from. the dote of the Lave Tallahassee about.10.80: A. M. v nl'lIt I' and Toiletlooiln I
Arrive,ut St. Mark .,: .: P.M.LeaveBt. Furnishing
number of I Invalid and tourists thisJeatlmatedat advertisement this ordinance will be enforced; and ;
( tho Mark. about.,... :3M! ) % ( Diariodl'ur 1807 .
leas than thouthe cool of work ahull be taxed .x0.Inez said FRESH GARDEN SEED ,
not twenty owner or owucrs, and slmll bo collected as are other ArriveatTullahneeeeabuut. ,.. ........, 4.W: 1'1'b...
bwaVII the towns and villages are full to overI taxes. ell I
ParrrngerTrain Muinnanht"' antllAlbunis .
I.lIIIIe d the City Council February 25,17.D. "" i "....II.nd ,
1I1Ih Alinanae lilcb
gut a
dialogue, gives
-; --- mss i'. JKMilE: Jntcndant. Leave Jacktonville about. ii.lUP. M. ,. ,
' ....planlersor Marlon county, East Florida, AUest-C -u.lll'Trnlsuo"llcrk. Leave Lake Cltv about. 015 1 I full directions for planting.Deo. :School- ItmikM! and Stationery, Heap of j I,
Ntci March 1 ItjlJ7. 4>- ''w Arrive Live0nk 74."i o1B1 a Kniu'H, I'iptm and IVrfuuiory, more NoArrireat8.rononh !
.'enIIIIhI { to place another boat 011110'I Mt +
O.UOA. M.PitxurMffrr -- e
y } tiotm than I ever ((101119 << )
Old waha river, to run between Palatka and t, queer ones I
An OrdinanceTo Train Preen *in'annal> i .
Spring.. The Ocalu Bun ner aays i 1'fry.lrIan. Prreicrlplor.l'nrelMllyland J
l Leave Savannah about ....
'' 0. P Ifm bare been Induced to take this rai.u'a Revenue fur the t'ily of Tallahassee Leave Live Oak ., .. 0.4(1 A. M. /'oeesponnded. I
"- y )noflbepreeenthighrateaoffrelghts for the fiealyemTommenri11gontheleldny Arrive Lake City 810 A. M. GROCERIES I;

.deficiency of transportation to bring the of April 1807. Arrive Jacksonville about... ..,...?1140P.M. + \ lit.'tiId! :J:
mount of and bacon that will be re
1. Be It ordained the Inlendant and -
for the of the thoI SECTION by ; 'f
production crop during Council of the City of Tallahassee f 0..0"W

year. That there shall be "atsewcd and colluded tho fol The Steamship Alliaiu* *r Pratorius t & Clark.MKltCUANT 00 d and Willow
wans of transportation now on the river lowing taxes for tbe fiscal year commencing on tbe Orleans about tho 4iu ol earl, month. About the t
t Insufficient to promptly supply the deftrat day of AprllI8tJ7. nth, Kith and 2Utn; of each month the Steamer! .s/iray $
Imp.on'Liquors '
fcr necessary artIcles of consumption and 1. That each mud every person who shall buy or leave St. Mark. for Awlaeblcola, when she con TRAINED I DOCS ,
itry, without an Increase of trannportaoperations receive for sale any description of goods, wares and fleets on the 7th, 17th andbetween:itftb, with tbe Steamship TAILORS, '.
of our agriculturists would I merchandise, and .hall sell .neb goods ware andmerchandize t'lariilii for New Orleans. CIIIIIIIJ.I. FruitH Alcatu and IMcklcs, Bor- i 1

,I lly retarded. merchant or;, .hall merchants be known, whether and distinguished the 7 hare a local a. a Albany A line will of.llire.connect with the Quincy train., BulDbrldge and TALLAHASSEE, FLA.WK den l 'II 1\1'II k.'I.Everything I I in the ire jI

,4, rlaeetocoodoctbu.ioOll.orootaIl4tbat""h.od ROBERT WALKER. PROF. TJIOMPSOilSrSTRAINED : Jr'lline<< niwayson hand.
:.,..\ .. such person or persons engaged In business OQD'18u.lerlol4loJeot. \
1r"7'I,0.\ .II e "..Ito r. ever be Feb. :!'J. 4n ) .
; required to make iutrterly| return under
resent couditlon political affair It 1 Uavrclcal oath In writing, to-wlt : on thc lit days of July, 1.- Flour Bacon Lard Butter ;1
.peculate upon questions Oetober.Jaou ry.udAI'rUotthe.uouutor grot: ,
progress. As public journalist, how.ale.. that he or they have made lu tbe three month JANUARY 31st t 186 7
are bound to chronicle experiments of preceding; and all mu' merchant .hall, at the time t : AUK I IX H :(.'ICII'T Of A FINE AH8ORT-
d which promise Important reaultaof making. : their said returns pay Into the city Treasury lIIellt..r all klnil nf giiud. usually found In CHEESE, SARDINES
oneuarlir| of olluIereeul.oothu amount of our lino, rou.liilliig In part ofQcntlomon's
I:! reason we are Induced to note the Intro-
inlu. returned and In
: gross as i the event of any person
of Coolie labor Into Louisiana. Sir. A. orpesonereruain to make such returns and, -- -- ,
Asht,Cf Natchitochi's Pariah has been enter- pay the tax, for ten 01.0)'. after the expiration of any Furnishing Goods, Black
to try this kind ol labor and, of tbe several specified quarter., then It.ball be the 0. K........... Oil need s....., ,..1.FF.iOllgh ..-..., ;
great success lie reports that duty of tbe A.M" sor of Taxes to assume a sum a. and Fancy Tioa and Cravats, <'olllai*. and Uhl A...., A...
Industrious and sober. They the amount of sales of sut'b defaulter or defaulter., A

tw querulous I but, on the contrary both and to aue. much sum in double the amount of tax i IIF1A'f' UVKHMIIIMTW.CLOTHING. L'1I111. w. rug hive what you art (ooklng fur.
required' where the sale are properly returned, and
d willing to perform any amount of la- toorderexeculloololuue.i..lI"t.ucbdef.ullror MA NY PERSON8 ARE NOW I IN C a'

cheerfulness promptitude. SleaxJl'ety defaulter., such execution to be collected In the GREAT ofC..p ." ...... it m lllb.to the -
contentment, toll and fidelity are usual say. lutrntt of i very 4 McCormick & Tibbitts.I I
a comparatively small coat via: the 3. Upon all household furniture, Including gold r I
illmentof the of and .liver watches and musical instruments t. .
contract on part the )plate Jan. U. (17. 85
The Coolie requires rations and wagea a tax of Ufty cent on every bundled dollar valuethereof. MAN __
Wben pay and feed day are never f '-1{ W. hive rrcrlved rr..mlbe beat Clothing,, Ito.... .
or forgotten the Coolie observes the 3. Upon .11 Improved and ed town lob s In New fork a lol of floe Inlbliig
a tax of cents hundred dollar nluJ TUYL'RC11.t9EW11ERE000DBCANBErimeut : .
letterofGLtond fifty on every
the We shall follow thereof. J U S T

with much Interest and have no ... t'pon pleasure carriage., and opon all bone Overcoats Coats Pants & Vests t
to the beneficial result ot )Ir. Chaler's and muli. kepi In the city a tax of fifty cent onevery FOUND BEARS r

Augusta CuMtilu o""l .l. hundred dollar value thereof. I fur Men, Youlli.' and Buys, In great variety. t
.. ... .. 5. Upon all auction ales a tax of one per cent
o ; CAROLINA.-The Raleigh Standard, upon the gross amount of sales\ return to be made the l'bcnle'l.| Indeed pur.-bacen would he conoidercd -- .= --- T:::;: --0- fi I
under oath, In writing to Tax Auestor, and tax to I
k paper, has the following exultant par- bep.id on the lint d..I. of July. October, January 1lVffiYmrn
Tlio Manager annouiicin tile coniiiuiirciiiviit of llie Sfvoiul Annual Tour of
t I the prospect' of seeing tile people, and ApriL M.UII'o OHIIKH.Auyartliluof : .
8. Lyon: all banker. bank fj
agencies' or person or DEAD
mi he lives, move and has a being, persona dealing In exchange, a tax of one tent upon l.rnili'iiirii'1 Wear wade to order,
beneath the feet of the fanatical major- every hundred dollar In amount .0 bought and sold MIKE LIPMAN'SGREAT uNiu short uolli'e, ,hj the heat workuii-n, and In the CI
for and during the year next preceding the l.t of TO THEIR OWN INTEREST UTNOTININ880. I lalrat fiuhlonJan
April, let?. liPM.| MJUS'I' 'a
l w ho have so long abuned the mercy' of 7. Cpouall.genclaoflosuraneeCompanies with -
h1 ament, and who have lurdud It with in this assessed and paldever"r.a I IN
over tlu-l'ni received fur
f ace their donut approaching. Let it andseseameo preceding ,
bank God we have a Congress that the date of '. New of the above l Ut W. K. WILSON A BKO. II T CASKS UACON HIDES/ ,
8. Cpon all male Inhabitant between the of
|,duly and Gas the nerve to perform It twenty-one and fifty five year., a poll tax of one age dol..re *elling doud. lo 1 10

lar Jlilh'a"e.l to Lo 'lIal.lL..l tv present IIlIlIrrIY: 'Jr Artistic nfllllPtl cungrjsiIIg tllU heel in KM JiaS.! MESS POUK
Edward Bradford
>IRI levied gto.and 2. Belt collected further the ordained following I That lleenM.there: huil be TALLAHASSEEAH tile Worl.1. Better Hidcr>>' j.Cfl'"lcr 1":'l'lt'hlria"' hu I/./eryuutuala. ul"re :taring I Acre .
1. all buts titter Blood l.llors .. smaller Tomes( I' ullllier Mules moro Original CI'J"'II s than
Upon merchant., described as such lu Ibe < x. : .
fir.t article of tbe preceding section,a lax of twentyflie 1111) Company now traveling ll'itMaa 1111 lull"wl/l1{ i'1st, cuurj.rieing' only n portion u.f _._ I 10 I CASKS HAMS,
: dollars, provided that "hen Ihe&axul'ongr.... Clil.tl'.1B.tN1: IIOl'SE IN TIIK: CITV.HAVE .
11)+.t.-';; IUbu..e e Market.TAUAHAUEB aale. of any such merchant shall exceed twenty- the, j 'rfonnirH, (.mllill"tlac. .. ..K or A i.i. UN.A 1111: N .
) hhlb LARD
, ....10\ March 1,188T. five dollars, then the llceuse tax shall be credited II ,
l ;. ,.'Ing to the unsettled tte of the market thereon. It.irlill Si'll'H
rY1 ...,fjkw* .here*r. nominal. Weqooler .IddlJ agl :& Upon all .fi tenofspbrituousormaltinon -- ; 3iit1 AA 'LC'J It all grnde.I ,
. .: pa/ing the orwlueb7Ibogill ,
farN. -tax.EtntOPKAX Utle. leu than a .quartataxofourhundreddollars, GREAT CONGRESS OF ARTISTS hirr:: Curi-il I Haiim,
t i and Ira all retailer. of spirituous" liquors In quaatille. THIS DAY RECEIVED" M KKC5H: BUTTER
MARKETS lea. than a gallon and sot lea. than a quart a
t6-E.ealalr.-Co..I.t11. bond* 'TSV-; Us of cue hundred dollar.. All reullcrs .ho are (IOKII-II, Itiiltrr{ ,
:7.11.: *-Bveaiug.-Cotton required to pay the said IICCUM tax of one hundred Men'n I rt-pf-eJ Kill j Hoots, Jleu'n Calf 5i" 1 I50XK8 i CI1EE8E I I
M'- decided downward angular; quo- dollars, who sbJll permit .p httuous Honor sold by J'cgje Undency; nlddliog them to be drunk In their .tore. shall be taken and L-inl,
....... d hd line* moraine, elo.log 13\t; nld- !Shone, Womenaii'l __ "
beidlober.luilel'lb'tbel/l..aodupoo.on'I.'tloo; - - - - -- .51.< TOIIACCO
tttnc aMlp closed "lt4, .bo"ialr aD decline during "before the Intendaut of hating so permitted the Boys SPlanters' .,,(.' : ,
auter 4.0UO bale mains to be drunk,.ball be required 10117\ the said Jata ami Uio f'oflVe,

asN/s/ y.0.y. <-Couu. kearj- and
< V one hundred dollar.
At's1fIW OHLEAM8 I1ABKBT: .. Upon every one bone dray or art, a Ux of fifteen All I.., i4 al Ih. U)WET CASH PRlrU I.,
M.",,-.... rell. TlieOrigiual C'ONVKItSATIONALIhT; late of Infa Circ-iw Hill ai.H-ar atiaihKnUrtaiiiiiifiit. .
Jt-Cottoa weak; low alyutnt. dollars and upon every two horse dray tax of Su."..tr of all tin' ,
."el llaHii. a X; slat lo-daT bale t.at111.e401l.n. .
......a***',1I1W..lpJa.&tboJeo.: ..;ports receipt I fera 5. I poe every two hone sago, used fur bir.. If- Steel I Blade H 0 e s'C'sh' ('rui,kc-rit SCOTT, POOLE & CO.
*aMaa t.d.B,- bale., rice, tees dollars ; oi-on every four hone wagon tweotyflvadoUan ,
dull; MDertlM.tU ana opoe every alx hors* wagon thirty MR. TOM BURKE, .1Imtint l ()II I'uahiunttl i down.THE 1 '
lNllea aagar duUfairl9Ke, Mulae.dufatla' dollan. Nov. 33, 1WI. 111-"
..-T.>.aachangtd. Gold I38XCI.*. ekrlfagea. 0 Upon every Livery Stable. a Ux of one hundred Collins Axes, Trace Chains, Clicew, ,

iI.sM/1K f1 ; >."YORE Turk-ai MABKET.ht.X dUcout.HIW : dollar ware 7. Upon*and. every mercbandlacexecat bartered peddler lot the vending vending gooda, NAILS, & ,. I{ CELEBRATED(t I I'; 11; 1 I) 1 BLISS I FA3IILY.\ [ J Canntsl[ Fruit anal) V"cg..tIALIOII, GREAT LAND SALE

.;; Tau, Feb. H.-CIKUMI quiet-ale* USI baI. chart and atlases a Ux of two haudred dollars, and
S@uk( .ba& null and decllnlna'* Ic; poo every penon vending book, watekelewolry: ----.s..--. "" _ Mackerel, IN FLORIDA.O" .
other merchandise, by gilt lotteries a tax *f two
Read,, and mbar graeerie eolM marlor .
; BACHELlXiK, tb* Great Yeller I WM. __ _._ _
: tr+;hu dull, leant d all, !. JI&II 8. hotel Ult of Co.in.li -
; t Upon every keeper a one luad/ed FLOUR, &c.Uardoer and Leaper of Ib. Age. Mr. liLKKr.. ,
dollar; and opus every Eating Iloute, uUantit{ MR. CUM WATsON, a bo bid (air to win tb. till Mr VVlLLIAUd.of WIDvVd1)AYth.1TUd.y.tAp.illbtllI
or Oyster Saloon, a tax of fiOy ,,,u.... ff the World. I 1f,. BE1>UI!* t
'Io.ml'loa| Klder l Salt" will Mil, at outcry al the lu muf JTrruaudUi (
Mills Liverpool ,
Fluor Olli. Brent Flour
a BALTIYOREMABK3'T. 9. X'poo all Tender of drrel.iknof tax ol MR. BLUNAKU: the Ix>ubl* ttoueraauller and I Ma-l'iu Url ,(:1M. ] *, about. lYr. Hundred ..d tUxty TkwuuulA
M.-Vatuai d..u.; .J4dIi..IlJ stc tea dollars; and .11 merchant*, spirituous Flour, Leaf rd, Mess r..k. Bockwhe flour Llgbliiing Lniper. M.d'to LTA LE'. Acres ol unimproved! land llekougi lu In* JTluridaiuLiAnjr
liquors, all keeper of billiard table; all eper. Small Klco Bro. MO.siTUaLOLU..ndbU. Wuoderful7rai.ed Mr. It. WILLU! Carolina lion aallroad .. Ihe ..
Sofar .Iead,. FV>w call and aoaUaaLPtuTUioa. of four Lu K* Hominy Hominy, Dogs : shgatrd.loug II. ur .w
drays, or earls or l or or ale korM LAKL'E.: Wild Uor>euiaai f Ik. rUlu. Mr, IL JihNINLM.| Cedar .
.la good demand.T. or' used fur Mid Crashed Sugar, Comber Butter,(to W the > I .oa".bel"ecucru.u"ioaau Krj..o..c.>oiprUlug
wagon, or back* public carriage, hire
JOHN MA If LOB, the most .lfabl..r King Ualttt. laud of every varleiy.Tboe .
a* atorwaid, ail kwpen of livery *obis. bawken arrive,) No. I Sugar Cured lUau, and moat ,","", lie abthtltibM tuxl, in Unut, And a host of a I'ickUa, land* are groeruU) ...lIl1wbenod.a.... oilerla
0.Y LOOS MARKET.m.dpeddkrsaeeudenofgiftkttaera.ureudare Onl"ni,blab PuUioe*,,Cabbage. win fain *nd position. p..roa* dnlrlug la mf t. 1. Ik* lumber and
ttsr roIL ..-<........ tit lut mlddlln(. Floor of lotterytick: sts,all betel keeper*, all keepera of OKOAN.. d isle JCquatrU.. A( KOIHT Tt'MBLEKfl.ltJ&jU ToLat'I usl >u>r* buiucM, of id brwlng it* gmrdenlng lei
dIaapd. Vaeatacui*. Ctta 4a. \lko.a4crpellalt.I40uble eating bouc* rolsunou tb.laCMe, or oy>leraalix of>otbaU.Itilare, _._ __ r THOMr-BO.S, M ter of tn. l>lad..4 I I' OKMSAaru, tlJl'III Ell.. Kiuot-t (iualit y of l'bnlll1 lue Hualb, ..wuiuuiUly good or>|>ortUBiij lu*lw>cl'
U. and AlXILAKItHAmong
1 ridj R.ilrul. CtMUuuiy -
J.j'u'Jr. "f 4iuds
5 1 uaroreaai4.mabeparuod.4 upon payment' of ____ __ ____ __ -"' ?" will received al..., !In pawe.l fur tits
_ CINCL\SATI JI.1REET the "", ..l.rl.li.* aJbreaald; obtain a Ui-tLM to uud*, and Ibe alleutlou of the boUci:" *of Ibex.bond (

l&n,tlea..d Feb. n.a-.rtoor faurka Mcady; V>a 41U1diaqed.--.SaQd7c : d4..from...uru.and.oclalJuGao the lauotUul. to be...eooattr.lyijtd.UDotIOed.lH'I by the a Sundry Styles of( Dry Goods, tho mail v feaUren of this Coloaaal };Kihibitiou ill I* tLe (iraMwl Iroctaaiou led byEckhart's Corn Mc-al kept coimtantljr on Laud. U By particularly order of t lut lied J 18.lo Ihla T ':; nu'l f

shorter period than ow year. Jaa. 211, IM07.| alm Im JOH. Me K. .Tr.&cca.

.. exhibition IO.OlulJobo..oUI"'U.aadrCUKAo..qUl&r1oa*,a Ux of tea dollan t and oa all eirrue.or Cubl'rlclllaa41OJ14..tb.Low.aoItl'rI AIl"toarroo4aar..alcb06c4a&tll.Low. & World-Renowned Metropolitan Opera Band ,! M.4.lilLUAlfl."IBI.4rGrYT"7'D. .
.. .
? bltlou. a Ux dolUn "o"'rPOIm.
kris Ice I Ice !11 I
awe seek
sad tlodlala. ib'f 0 bail be .d coliccted cxkiUtlo; a '
license la authoru whlca most Ins beoUaiaed GIVE US A CALL.AY. niJeiMlld of Aodetualaa Horaea in the lieauliful sail The aLan a1* 1* pa.tpoeelt' Weduewday,U.
Drawn. by a team KlaLoraUl/; U..oA CAK WITH ICE will run from JacltuotlUe I7ibd of April.J4U. i
from enrmuderi the luteod-.Bt and eocntenigud double the tax by Ue bereinas'I. oratcU. CAIt of ..:fH.l'.';.;., which ill be f>ll >we.l (by the 1'roce.niuu( Acting t. '""''*"* twkn a "lCk. cumuicuclof laaUrch. 14. IS 1Stsky. :

""d jes.ltyof R WILSON & BUO.Feb. I lintel, Svrfc: ug,;>>, &c.. &/:. .. tbs.above ienoaa rouu waotlog, a 'plj Iv lo"lb14'K fur la* cuiulanMOD, ---
IL I'DonaUltlBenaltndenwboshaUonVrgood. l. .
c* Monday evening. fdrwarJ.Ja" ware and nurchaodiaa tut male lo Ibl city, there -_-- - -- ---- -"""" IIUI'MF. Juk.oallle. For Sale.I

n. Dr. DaBotc, Xr. Kicnuao J. Yauu UbeJerlc4an4ceoll.kdatuol..b"ctred Feb. U. llOt U-3m
va Cotb.orra, ofClik lade1fw..' duilan' aad license eil .ball Le tnt ob- 1.1S8T. 4G MOXTICELLO, WSU.\\,1J.\HCJJlIth.. \t T VALUABLE PLANTATION AND BEAU
t.la.dllionlb.Inuadantadoreaid..aderapen QUJXCV ('&.;)).\\ MAUCJI; UtkVKUKAUAY. ill TIFUL: BenieVnee. UI... eallea North ut Taluv
;i aky, la vas uf feuiart aa lo do, of a la-.k.UV It 0.)(. Tk.Uact contain*
>U.>i LODCiE *.. I. Impc.aed.blcbpeaall'7bemo4lle4 MtlmddDissolution of CopartnershipTHE TALLAWA-SSF \ : MAUCIITIICKMIAV nth Pen. & Ga. R. R. Land Office, lJUk..ardaol4OUarnt. of rkkt.r. ..-
cmuta )IAULON, MAUCII Mth cUaxitd. and a* rltk kauuuock land n* on k* awwd
t are"notified that there "III bet Btc. &fir ueaordeiaed. TU*sil oriinaaeea 0 BLACK>IIHXU: .. tJuu.I.HCJJ I5tb. LIVE OAK.Iaastluts.. TUe renldenee. "Uv* Oak," U knowabr
I Meeting JfctUoa Lodge. Ha. I,U or pajt of ordinance cudu&lae"ilIa the true la PABTNZBSHIP: beretoftx riUUng cadet nnd rids for lu be mlt d gcorn of OnksnkdMagnolia
Y ads tent lid meuinf "this ordiaaace. b* and. the same irn fill. CARDT A CXI, al Jnckowvm, a"- *,nnd lu awnqnnlnd Spring ol rno vaur.If .
y titling, Ott lost,at the are hereby rtiMaUd. Florida wa* iliuolTcd on the Mb of February41, -- A LL ...- wUblng to parcku Rallroad. and*. B04 ...14", the Ul of Uecember okay Uv 0._
f iidia Cooncil ab4 N>fr.red Uu 2x1 dry of by matoal coBenl of the parties Inlereu4. Mr. Jor naak payuKBi ..u lbo*. heretofore DrwlU be fur real.
brethren ofKood Uu l.r an Uviu4- fcbraarr,IbTl Joka (,..... becomlnr tbe 1'0: : : Srp .r''t. Heata fur road, will |>UM kddnie tot ..4en4:.... al Live Addfca w. U Newton. BakarCow. G orrin {.*dt

p iet W W, Y All*..t Caua. nt"1IBIOJf.D. P. HOGU Clerk. *. latendaai. and. met I, and mauling tIIelJall Wee f. UUIJIU of tke arm. o4lorod/.erwm, ISO. plows t--- .t V ate.I 1 1 o'fUtk ; lVrformaoc w eotomeor* at 0.1<. Lend Ageot WALTER P. A: U.G w H.Y N R.N to.. t.r. Tru.IItto adrt- Upi5SiSSLtar: .

JOBS t. TATWIB, &r. Muck I. I/1T! 4t-41w yea. ft 1-. a half aai boor after. f.... IV' I'16T'4 rat tJ. 'rkL ICU






tfill .'tl IIiiRlUlimnnNi; Icnn M 4rlllcI.tnnn4nter.-men.1- GENERAL-- DIRECTORY. Savannah Advertisements, 'City Adverisement. I Wakulla Tax Sales!

i !1 ib lIII. _
From the Jnnmirr flhir11cM.No < : WILL bo sold at Cnwrordvtlle %

}: who tins traveled much or resided -aEacenilse the second Monday In April Q I Jato.
urol'nn ;
T. W. Osborn
. : :: -- -H long In America never (tails lo notice hInt PULASKI HOUSE lowing lands or portions tbereor lor .I ll.Ute
: llrpnrtmcnt. Taxes for the Litt ,
flt.It7 M, .-"III-hll. OiTnfs l IP not the snccl.-d: characteristic nf the ij rear 186, to-wIt : Iidt

ThKrfsiHt 4'hnna"' b, USC I ololII.'r majority of the fair sex, especially! in the Northcm la\ld g. Walker, Governor. ATTORNEY AT LAW river N fraction'' of IL Section L. 2, No,. a nod J

.. nmVeMcrn KIP"' flicro ar of cout", W. W. ,:. Kelly, Llcuttntnl Governor. W. Or adJolOlng lodenotll Nos.Jleudeflloa'i In ti dbQ tk.
The rVntofflcc Deportment will wx>n make many lowly ucrptnn" but, the majority of I 4 Benjamin T,Allen, Beerctarj of State. SQUARE,. survey, property of T. S, BoyWtoi im 101'S'wll1fltl'li"Q

letters American '00 ", young and old, consklcr .John Bord, Oompirollrr ofPablle Acconnia.ci. ) B IX M.UII5B HA5K HflLDI.Ml.VtriU. : 83 T8Jt1proeflyF. Clark i '
I hidl now ( \ lot
rhangeR In the system by Art ; ? *
\ UieniH'lvef' as well lo light the great battlesoflilca It AustIn, Trcanorer.llnirh 8AVANNAH, CEORCIA 8'RZpropertlajFDawey; I to.. "1 4':
registered and forwarded in the malls, as to the stronger Slt. They doubtlc, sgood provements Newpon. Property M f !! .
it lthi wives nnd nr A. Corlry, Register of raLIII.nd. PRACTICE In the scrernl Courts of tbe WVof M EJ 01 See ; T 4iti ? AFslrcToth ,
certain c daughters mothers ; -
more pood ; ,
provide ft I COIH.I'e but Is IlN,1 about their demeanor W H WILTBERGER Prop'tr > V State and will prosecute claims against Individuals I See 11, T 8, RYxaih', fi3Wi J
nf there a a Judicial De ..
letters, In,11 more strict aecounlnbilily I port' .n..e. and sealnut the Government In the Court of Crswfordvmc, propcrtv M.h' fr i

p master cl'rk., *r., lo tie, drpnrtinnit for the a. lfClnlihlccnl nctlon a"ln.hnvinr.'hkh are C 11. DuIYnl, Chief Jnnlce Supreme Court Feb. 12. 1967. 43dm'MARSHALL Claims, or before any of the Departments al WashInston. dr..t .erea OD Mult'. iJ TwJ'rjft1, I I*

their bands. ;1.lenRllt eye olrngr! acI.lonwl Jtrots M. Baker, I l l NEof8eo1lT3 R 1 : *
packAgri going through liufcrringlo to the softer "pet linens of- humanity Aen.I"I.UI.Bamael Feb. t9. 15I7. ''R 1, property R. K.Tw.'estale,8cc SB**
lo this proposed clinnge, the New York Ht remarks the 010 WlrId. A woman who shrinks from no J. Douglass, |r --- -- -. survey, property Mr. Berricn ; Lot ;i J"ft.1ti tl*

: < gaze-who can return slare lor stare, John B. Gslbrslth, Attorney Ocnernl. HOUSE fleid'ssurvey,property Allen Bcattv- 8 ,*

t I word for word or, In case nf urgency the blow J. Wa,leI Baker, Judge Middle CirulI TO MERCHANTSOP W5 20 T., R S. propen Wm. IS; W

f Though the o''l'liol.flhe, money order P31. physical for, the blow moral-who, if Ileeclve.lln Allen II. Bush, Western TH afTer to the public this celebrated OIL, and or See 31t4, R 8, ; H

tern has afforded a great In,1 ficcucd accommodation her alTcclions cnn administer the personal chastisement T. Long, Bawsnnec BROUOHTON STREET WE I In doing to we unhesitatingly pronounce it fftl.r| E of N E. of See fcK R J.5.S
lo the public, by making safe) the trans of the cowhide on the back of her betrayer TbO Superior any Burning Oil In Use. It Is Non-Ex T.V5.2i property i i? t.
mls..on ol money In small sums \\n all important or Inflict summary \rngrancc with her B. A. Putnam, Eastern I plosive. Free from Uresse. It will not grease the See 110, T Ciniirea 4 I It, 24, 83; l"'rh ld'181' };

,I, places In the (country, the unrulier of rcgl tered re\olvcr; Is not exactly the kind of person, notwithstanding J.ml Gettls, Southern I SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Florida and Georgia I bands. It will not soil or grease the clothing. It Sen property I property aTaar.8; W' .r 3
letters an.llhe Gas. Il produces a soft IDdboauUrulligbl. ; or
Ihr\nr.le.lls scarcely Illini'hI all the many good! qualities which) I. more It John Cnaoo t
s*.llclt.r*. It Is not so trying to the It properly wS I 1
for be- eyes. SCCIt
ncccusily an system abc nmy 1)S., that ole011,1 like to set up as -- 2. property J. J. Cbllirca; ( II I
1 'IClilro, urgent with the incrtssc of postal the, guide nnd model of her tex. Even the Ssniocl B Stephens, Middle Circuit. can be used In any Kerosene Lamp by adopting our 29 T t, R 2' property Jos Cnal/r S 11''Of It

I business. > containing hnl'nrl.ntlnl.rll' Americans, arc beginning to confess tlmt these hIntS )r.ndrl Western Wills fRT CLS HOTEL HAS BEEN RE- UTE WILL SELL AT WHOLESALE, all artl- House Ratchet Burners.It an'd .9llarlltlerd'lIl1urveYll'rop..rtl B celli B i. 0II ,

,' lon, which letters It h Is .1lrhll Ihoul.111. I rgls t.iindcd( women nrc much to lm'rOI.I Oco. J. Arn.w, Inwlnn.e I JL order rerurnleh.r and rot In perfect j 'f vieS In Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods, at: Light or teedNEofNEXof i tleo 12 T 4,'R i j. 11I$
I'roll public
for reasons utlicr I limn tlmt I they sholhl .m"I them, "lllhlll the sex has been tant tail' Lewis I. Fleming, Mecrn II. rot sssarcd they find traclnl accommodations may- New York.COST, for thirty days. has been most favorably received, and pronounced Fisher, Gorman & Johnson. ( 8 i A cir eN2O.TfRIIpl'opeMyJ. -,,, ,
delivered enclosures. of originnldocuments spoiled by Imrentoimble deference and ,1 to be the Folyd ; of 11J
ex- by Judges
,'Jholt'li ],/ 1 U.Mile-hellSouthern at the OCR STOCK OF :
19, T. B 9. Fisher ?
Ac. bunk checks, forlarger property it Si eppard'ril
ainonnls, I." 11111', it, I is allowable)I to send. in cl..h.e women, adulation.arc more European: In the Southern In their mannersThe Mates Ihc-i Ju.John Williams, Spesktr of the House of Rep Feb. 18,1867. A..43-3m B. I.UCF.. Proprietor. BEST AND MOST RELIABLE OIL 6 S' See 1, T 4, R 1, property A. | ;\ 1''" ''
Bleached and Brown Shirting I WX of See 91)) T ( R 2 propenTJ "
money orders; and goxcrnmcnt h"ld end securities country has not been overrun by the refuse 1 resentatives. _. now In the market[ and In consequence of the many W,( ofS..eSl, !T 4, R 2, \p'8 '.._

nf various cn.-, having value in the. Of the I Old World, nnd the few white immigrants Is very hcsvy. Call Old examine our prices beforr erious accidents arising from the EXPLOSION OF 8 W oNE ol See 12, T 4, K property 1, property E '.r

hnmls! ill tl IIIh'. pro|>cry! might to who Imvc cast their lot in IheA regions! lo'etllflrlc.lln .Military Ie1nrlm.Rt. BLAIR & BICKFORD yon de.ldl lo g
lie II.nt b express companies) that may lie h< Id the social oWrvanccs the dominant ) Goods sold on Credit. used In preference.We HallCoV( EXof8EV of See ItE.T.iIsyuesSRf T'' R20 R '
for, lo.nre commutedto i H5ALI4ULITSkq DISTRICT OP rwal MrKtbBIN el ALLEN. are now prepared to famish the trade with I
ol >
responsible comitanlly rejeutcd tile andcrny i 8 W orl'cc. 19 "I' I
ellS all \ pr"lsln" Feb. 12. ?. 43 this Tslaable Oil, and we solicit from tbe public ..auamln.tloa
thin lail"nolwiilishimlini, ; t tho kuown IInIH| r- that find among tilt I ,Commanding DGAtKRI IN 2, property Howard & Stamper; W or l' 1
John T. and trilL
lection present rcgiitry system. 11t1lvfr. Colonel Srraguc.Tth Inr.ltl Sec 2OJ.T 4. R 2, property G. 8. King Iind
nf the
)ca 'ly nia M* ( h Is end District of Florida We have on hand a large stock of ; b
The new rcgul:it ions soon% to ( i IqutI to ''t11U1M115 ofG. 8. King on East river, property
tho b nf P interest 11'1)consc/vati\Ci t suit,even tho Institution ul I Brevet Major) K C. Woodruff, 1.'. S. A., A. A. A. TIMBER AND LUMBER GEORGE W. SCOTT & CO. Germany| Lester's land on East river, Kilkttt.' .
cntll folOt'lng provllol" : \hilo it lasted, ldpf.1| to maintain, not I II ficneraU; lamps Burners Chimneys her and Kawls; Nf; of lot No 1, See 1 pm* (
f to : tellers nrc 1.1.1I I the nf (Ihe Inferior .
plhlr ter' not to .
IIpi only slhor.lllt"n brevet U ('id. A. B. llawon, V. it. A.,Chief MealMl perty L. W. Lynn 8 WX of Sec 30,11\i "
tolicsentin I 1i: oilier iniutir, in tin' I I wealu.r to Ihc COTTON W. L. Lester{I' i
RII"IIJ superior hii sen eli? town lot In Newport
now but w 111 br liirpp I 11101f.J, with the nld : oilcrr. Doors Sashes. and Blinds FACTOR WICKS,'&c., John 'r
I Mann lots f II of "
IntIO\'A-\ "Irolllo'r. Jlrllc.1 no Captain II. J. Farniwnrtli, 1'. 8. A., Chief (JusrIrrinsnter. ; 0 Bee 8, T 4 II")
wlh'whlrb t.U1".llnotlr "I 1M t"'I. 111.1' r"III\p; i portions of wo AID: I and esn supply the trio on liberal terms. JesseMoseleyt 1 W { ot M WV of Stes'TIfr
I nVCII' tO be of Mont pnpcr, and each' to hIl) till' r ladies give tiii'nwclvrp no '" First Premium awarded at the Louisiana State property A. Nuns; the Berrlen Oliver old \o.1

constitutc ufiNclfn sort of pom.li. Itegislircdletters 'I mainline nil.I"I.Ilul. ns in England") iiilctly| take l.lrul. A. II .laiknnTililiifHiilry, Quartermaster MOULDINGS, OOMMSSION' "MRCHNT 'Fair held In New Orleans, from Nov. 30th to 27tb, property Oliver' estate: E or See S. T 3,II{

being plaii'd In I Until, they nre ,ldivl'r,1 I I the s.'rnIIllf e In I the household which I they I3R.F.diA.i 1 I. ..... '1SW,against all Competitors, perL' Ogiesby laud; S Eoi N E) or Sec I ltt
to the ag'nt. railway povoffli-B cleiks or. Into the first their ger-.lieiicRj and af-, a D. NORRELL Oen'l Agent, R 3. property Pierce and anllcy{ N E v' of 8 I Iof
1.1 COI\'er by los? or TALLAJUSSBB.l.lcnt. Ballusters Posts &c. 190 Maiden Lane New York. 17,T B *, property R. Phillip.
oilier l the howill. nUOfIIIUII ibe I ICr@I'k
|> by v I ,, ;
I North 8'p
1emlloyel Col. F. F. Flint Tth Infantry, Comd'g.M. GEO. W. SCOT Florida T.I HODGKI33.N T. Feb. 8,1SC7. 4J-3m plantation, property D. Rii-barddcn- y'
a receipt pitekngetaken I lilies, who arc II.t w ilh nt thin hotels and hoardIng 1.0.l.lrul. J. I| POOLE, T.,, lot Noa. of Tho,. Randall '
7th Infy and BvL A. .
BloiintM.O. .
M. A
In a hook the postmaster is to k"I'I''r the I house, In the railway eel ringes nnd steam | Col : n"' STREET, I .. 8 EJ of8ccJT4, its, propcrl Smith ; nl'of .

|Ilrp'l.| Then the agent or clerk ,'ill.t\'r boal, nl all plnccs nf public resorl-the women C. F. Larrabcc, Tth Infantry, Adjutant. Garrett Young Scon & Co. S nji ra n{ oi Sea 29 T it. K y, JlroJltnr htatje I ,
at the In Mini U. A. M. SAVANNAH. GEORGIA.t CE ON AND SHIP COTTON 'So. Hartsflcld's
\ jioMnfllco I \In) arc w('II-to-do In tho world and cnn afford I Calt. I. J. Forleworh, 8. A. q. WILL AlVA Thomas; lot .. 16\ Burvey.pro\lll'
reeled sit if i Unit I Is ofT Ids f Nsw York, New Orleans or Savannah. a wi> nriy I
rout, to anodic David Tbantoa
flgtiI 7th A. C. 8. of8 orsoc jj
IA to iiniusc themselves anti S|>cnd 1.lelt. (J. N. Infantry, ; T ALL ORDERS Fu.t.to PROMPTI.V., Jfl I. it 11
who will It onward, n 1 I j jreceipt I! luley-mnr rI. Bomrord Prorerty8. Rouse; N'Wiof S E- See ''iu,
convey invarinbly Inking excite Ihu nitmlratloii of all ; i A. A. Surg. Aroul, Post Surgeon. July 19, ISOn. No, 33 Warren and 29 Murray Sta"Nl'1'V ; : 17.
Feb 13 ? 43-tf W. M. .
for It, so man who npac I I 8 ; lot 1\0.6.00
every !
'f.ccin'I dn ITIIVMUPJ I1
I It Is the
lot hey for of the sunIhiwi ( 8. Ilolllster Tth d'CO.. (I. apriipenj
rlRrncttrlslcl Cnil.| I. Infantry, com - -- S. Walker 4.,
survey property
knge gives bil signature lor il, nnd lie i k II Id I ii nnd. thin violet ; !bits'
II peony ril thlsl Unit. U A. '" "Co. A. YORK joining McBrlde's land, property Dr. '
directly ret-ponaihlc (for Its mild II Inn I COGldlo Kandolpb.
safely ur inimuHA.' The 'umRI of this lypu toeA not .1. C Co. F.: Olaghorn & Cunningham G. K. OLARK S. A. MctOCK, Tax ColKcUt
l'II.1 out of his liandt, n fuel which "il plll'nr|> Iii 'itu jour thfcrrnco I by those mule 1.1111. Sthonoftky luCy, Jan. 4, 1867. 83-wtds

( signature ho takis. At the ( ,which tiro lircsisliblo l In other CIllitit nlpeRII; I l.lcut. W. I Nelson, Tib Infy, with Company U.. WATCHMAKER svctEslohts, TO 1

livery this rule applut as fully A to that nf Iai. command) It nt the sovereign does (II.c ofniblccU Wholesale & Retail Grocers Circuit Court of Eorida-Midl
loyalty '
-.1 ing or in tho MAe oIngnle on the way, I Ihl Sho will not you to annclnf < 1'" Islrrclory.Mayor AMD DIALZRI".ie ARCHIBALD YOUNG, GAURETT & CO. 0
notlre of the. receiver uf the letler cOnpl"tl'llhe I by your 1w iron l"I'I.rm ex- -Hon. I n. P. Iloguc.MtVBIHS DEALERS IN Judicial Circuit-Leon
chain of evidence which must 1 always ,' flits il ns her right, for "i.she Jewelry County
accompany you v owes Wathes.Cocks OF: ISTETW YOiaiC
the transnilnMon. It will ho very e.isy to 1'le.'t you neither ( bar acknowledgement. Kha .CIT COOMUIL. FINE WINES, LIQUORS, WARE A ttachmSum demamtml 1199.91

I the ,lclnlenlt All pnckiig nro nlll I ,tlocs not 'IrutUmle ; Pile helps herself.: I II I II. AnJicr. leo. Dnmon, R IL Gamble, M. I). Tobacco 4 Domestic Bills & Smith A. Brooks.
numlJrCI. the receipts have corrc) $|iondiiigmarks. ( c you can go out Into 111\1 t\ public thoroinjhriireidiim.'nmf ) Papy (I. A. )bou, F. J. Flngg, P. T. Pearce, T. 1. Haana Segars, Together with a general assortment of AND TS. Augustus

The signature of the last Inn \ho Imd. I unattended, so cnn she. And notnnlyIhe I Tal u I. (\"I
any particular letter IHUHI remler duty of investigation married, but the single ladles exercise the Tatam sail SAVANNAH, OA.HAVE SPENCER SCOTT & CO, A Smith vs. Augustus A. BrooU
I light and unfailing; and Ihc. know ,santo lilicrtios. ,The of nlnelenIII Ib"ml/f on 'I"t.-Hn. Perce. -- -ATW -
ledge on the part nf every piistofllcc finn llml. lie Inlarrlllllrl, .., .on A1""t.-Mr.Flan snd Ppy. Attachment-Sum demanded I456.J1!
twenty, living nnd mother OLD I
has given this check upon the /lhel I r1} CI/U/U I.Uf.-MenU.tl sad Dmoa. constantly on hand a fullupply of good. AREN'S' STAD, OF NEWARK, N. J.
Llnnel WII' 11 as much locomotion nf and for
new lo if ha companionship omlUlf Ol ll-Mn. Bal Arhel. plaol.Lonl a4 8UU E. J. Barco A Son \. Augustus A. Broth
8Ylt operate .lb absolut< cr- nuiuacmenl as her brother of thu same She Ind Perce I-JT"Orders promptly Ilended ,
I age bm.It.m.H..n fow TALI.AIIAHNKK FLORIDA. .
llnty, 111.at with I precision wil thu I accepts Invitations SlId pays lulls on her ow n to. [P 21, 'W. '1 .4s.' Attachment-Sum demanded 11210)) ,

approach 1 I. .account, and does not think il nt all necessary loa CLIIIK AND TaiascniB.C'hnrlcs Scott Poole A Co. vs. Augustus A. Brook
Of course the plblc &wel as IHI IIIMle. -k permission nf her ehlers $ "lolhle.she II" : llutchlnson.Mlll WILL BE IN CONSTANT RE. Extensive .Manufacturers
\ will understand nf 110. w. UD.UN. I. B. AIO.RI.v.o. ofail the new sod latest Attachment-Sum demanded tl15M
ne\ i tile privilege the : if she stays out lulolt .
jr. A. COLE.
to be In force for ANo.al" D or goods In his I
I month or Iwo to proba the theplre. SUM she has thu llAI.AUD AtolSTAKT MARSHAL Irlel Ine.- r
1'010 I onrlcr | AKDWIIOI.EMAI.E James Lee vs. Augustus A. BrooU t
prl\'i"lp at short notice
lily-tile earliest
forms lime at which the blank !, il( sho chooses lo exercise I, nf her prl'uloI 1"luo( 1110. Jno. W. Sons & Co. by experienced Clokllnd .ewel.. fineWatches
required and the envelopes can 'Aderon's Perlolll.vnl Attachment-Slmt demanded
pared. L prc- box nr plguon-holo nl the poslofflco of t.WI, can rely upon having carefully repaired DEALER tM\\
4 I where she resides, where she cnn have her letters L- PLIC. ; at bil shop I at shop North W. L. Bond A Co. ... Aagn tn A. Broth

.itiaiTke addressed, Mid whither liy a "Ladies', Entrance : I. Saiiiiirl quails, Cblefl Joseph Chuon, David Rob PAOTOs All warranted I well nied.
KpUc.. a sl Slmlxir-l'.lvr... t ," where no prolanc male ell Intrude. she linion, John' Luring, JOln Gilpln. June 1, IWO. 75-ly IN Attachment-Sum demanded|9iO.
.r.he .. General Commission and r - Broutu
can resort \hen she h'WI and unlock her box ForwardingMERCHANTS Walter K. Averltt vs. Augustus A. ,

At the meeting of the Roard of TrlKlec of tho I from the otilsidc and away her letters with I. COUNTY OFICER-R B. Hilton Judge Criminal MYERS & Men's & of the Institution of the above sib
nut uMervallon. The merchants, bankers nml. ; ., Sheriff; Ueorge W.S.'lnden Boys' ClothingC. Is hereby giyenand the deltifcr
University of the South
)'ealrIIY, Itishop, CJnIn-l II\yrlll the town, I for a I Deputy Sheriff; L C. Dm11... amid all other persons Interested are required II

hard Introduced. the following prcambloand re"o.la'iol ,- private Idler hJC 81111111111'1111 why uhnli I i iI or Aoe..r Probate and: Coanell Collector A.! Bryan K. T., Ctek Blke tud (: *. D_,.. Mel rysua MtrretSAVANNAH .5 DEALERS IN W. GARRERT, A. 8. ShAFER pear and plead to the COUNCIL declaration A.filed'BRTA In reds\ '

: nol sho T To YUllll. "Illl'U II llio ,ull."liLluII I Ciiiirt) K. M. West, C. II. Fisher, R L. Brace, Watches Clocks Silver and EBEN YOUNG, A. L. SCOTT, Clerk Leon Circuit Com i
'Whereas Since only hul.llmleI, anti w ho'c favorite f'n.l. I*. Cameron, Justices of Ihe Peace.NrHsloutrleM QERI. Jewelry '
Ihc! last regular meeting nf llio fiomI ; -.- SPENCER SCOTT, F. )f. GARRETT. A. J. PBILIB, Ally for Pl'itDec.
Hoard of Trustees of Urn (' of tho i ing IholfMhy 10relllbli are reprinted" 35, 00. 30-3raw
held In November it'nivrrsity &llh.I I. I the iJiKlwh: penny ".pc.nr I Dial appear, fur llioI t Ucb..Ia. ITILL SELL on Commission, Cotton Rice NsV PLATED WARE FINE GUNS Feb. 12, 1867. 43311INE'W
God to 1t0 tile ((pleased tin- Almighty i- I first lime In Awurlcl lorl.lculluf the RIO V til Stores,Timber, L.lbr. Real L"lel'ro .l'u Leon Circuit Court. 1

the IlL Her. James 11. Utey < J).'hlrll.n., I elrth Id. tharnclcr- II Iher c.nlul be.too t'ol.I.EOIATB AID MlUTABT IvlTlTVTB.M. dDc.ad Merebndl".. ol Receiving Forwardlnr Table and Pocket Cutlery and Nathan Herring L

Ifcv. r.lk, H. I)4 IlL ftc,. K f'1 Itiit- much l"Ve, or AIIIIIon, or bigamy/ nr Ilr.h'r, with all Inr I .
1.llc despatch to American 10.1 Rune GOODSBY 'S.Catherine }Bill for
I. lor the class "J.) J. Cross, Superlateadent and ProC Dlvrc. '
I I prevalent a -tliujHmlofuVei L W.tl. FANCY GOODS. "
III. Itev. ,
Ilegl Htephen };iihiiI, I n. ).,11 oilers for illIlIiI'llt cruatles peaa It., o. Itubl. tera Herring. ) f,
i n facility ( ito corresI Illylttl'tIi I- T.clc Tb. .
nf wbol were nicmbcis nflhls Itoard and I 11""lh'leo( %iltCil no resH'ctable| fill 11cr nr mother Rev. thin Kennor Prot Latin and Greek. u' and 0<0r CUltomtn.COOa'IIIOt 5-ir Watches and Clocks repaired and warranted.Sitf THIS DAY this cause came on to be htlr41f4't
who were Chanwllors.of tile 11IYlill0f I on the European side of tile Atlantic would I II l.lcut. H. DIVI Plot of Engineering and 10lelted. 11:1I16. BY Bill, Decree pro confesso" and ctlJaitJ
therefore : 16tr and CounseL
; F.ngllsb. -- argued by Whereupon, it.{)
Ueaolvllhll a eOllliucfnflhrco lwapMiiulctl I. I think of without n shudder, If It \f proposed A. A. Frlse, Prof of French..BTATB sldcrallon the Court doth adjudge, order imi i }-<
prepare of Ilia i to give our young women I similar privllwi.- cree, that Bonds Matrimony heretofore sit. >|
of tills rllulfn expressive hiss sustained by al'll the Tho young, unmarried girls of Europe, living Siiimsai-F&aiLLI DaPAR"I'. AUSTIN & ELLIS, CITY HOTEL, E. KINDON. existing between Nsthsn Herring and Cifan) *

Church meelll dealh.great with their parents ClIfl. it they ; earnestly set. C'bas. Principal Herring be, sad tbe same art hereby 'omakS',

The Commllleo rejiortcd follows Phfill, carry on I secret correspondence w llli te.t F. C. Kunmor, Atslitsnt. Forwarding J. L. McGUFFIN Proprietor solved. f'4It
!a Ovsiroas of 8 : | ol Ihu other sex, but they cnnllt do IIeasily. Commissionard is further ordered, adjudged and decreed,fc'L"
our 1laelll. the o!'cofl loss sonio Ucrll.nor t They must t take tho nolgldioring. pastry HOARD or EDUCATION. TALLAHASSEE FLit 0 -- -- the said Nathan Herring pay the costs
I \hflli'J'
deep great ceedlnp.
cook nr Malloncr Into I Ilieli confidence, hut I In
common with Ibo whole church, hate sustained ; F. Fillies, 1r"lldenl. residence MldiIOI. i'.. .. Done and ordered at Chambers, this
confidence lt* ., .n., ;
nf third
no nccesmirv. Jno. N .
\llrl"llho person ,
In the death of our late | Ote 'lrd. TllabA.oee.J. -- GooJ.i anti Groceries October, A. D. 1906.$ -
Polk and -eolclll'f li"I"'I'| y, Ifs boy can "'eln" letter, why not i a 1 I. Demllly, Tre.urer, Tall..te.rR.UUTOR' THOMAS II. ChARLES WAVLEa BAKER Juif ,_
1 ,1:111 li''lugl I IF Tim itfuua Is of Al8TIN. ELL8. PROPRIETOR OF THIS HOTEL I M
gil no sex ; 11.llhe juung am Lain of .. and THE
will Columbus
w1111hll'l (V'I clu-rlHli theIr IN'luY.1 old, men nnd wnlll, tllhc. mothers' ami childrcu ;- Huuool. I Ga the public g oer.IlY.llod travelers In par Lfulies' Gaiters, Basqucines and Hats, STATE Of'FLORIDA, I l I, Council A. If- *-
LIIml'I.'ry ; I.r I. all moidicd lel't. 7, 1lilom! ticular, that he still lives and holds forth st the Lion COUKTT. JCbrkoftbeC'Irt-utCic .
are Miss C.
one 01repnlillnia HmllbMrs. S.SIoe Misses
tlio difllculllca hlih I Inrl.r ; Mary and --- above place of old. To for the aforesaid !
r Ueand Tbll al w l'It8 Sarah Heard.! ,as his friends be say but county do hereby certify ibn:
great work in \hlll0 are engaged I..li I. : eualty. little, as be Iccls sure of them-but to all (friends:, Fruit in Can, Bardine ami Pickles, foregoing Is a true and correct copy of the oitpl P
w. a.
are light clpurilol ) .0.T. B. I.K.UL w. I. .uauoa..II.W. acquaintances and strangers,) he would say that be decree of record, and on tie-In my oGre In wi _
Ele Tlsltalioii that deprived,'Itl nf In'rnll'the From llio New VurkTlse Tim.'". Music SCUOu.M H. & continues furuiih the best accommodations snd Nathan Herring VI. Catherine Herring. I"
companionship CO.
cun.1 and nf Ibu I- ..10. A'r.I..I..I.-T.r1.T: n. L E BUROUGHS, fare the city affords. Boots and Shoes, [s.. a.) witness my hand lad seal of offictc
Hlahopa/. cOperlUol About UnuLC".e. Meal. will be furnished at any hour to suit tbe Ubossee, this 7th day ofjtovtmtwr)
ulUce .. 'QZNEALCOlission
Chancellor of successively of tho f South 1. The Oriental question i re-oned.| It Is Ir traveler. There U a fineBAR Crockery Tin and Wooden Ware IBCO.
f I ,
/ nlllllf Dr. James 81. Johns and COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Clot
little Impoilanco, who It Ills Ilrroll. Kelor Clurb Forwarding
their I
brother trustee liislion of Klorl.hu ]1'1'1 ; I In Hours ofiertlce sad M. ROOM Nov. 9. 17-4mosw ,
Resolved That In tho zeal which knew no I nobody lo repress II" 11.1.the KtcU of Paris, Dr. John E. DuBosa Pastor.1. Church
bounds In the. service LI ofJiinuary, 15, Prcbrtel attached the Hotel where tbe but liquors can Plain and Fancy Candies: consisting of
of his master, thai marked L eltorillol t.I"I.LI. Hours of service' 11 A. M. sad 7 J.Rn. : be found. In Chancery.
thIs lift of the venerated i sorblng Our French U. Bunch, I .
Ilwhup OWl, we 10111. .me r.L"r TbD
.0. Metbo'CI.Ib motto of this Hotel
fled a I model 1 for our own imitation as Iii ably system of tiIeo'rlttiegovernmm'n I,, 10ul or'lnlelU A. M. 7 P. P"'D lsss It always has been, Stick and Toy Camlies, In the Circuit Court of Leon Caui4-'
Church a limes affords; nnd that I so ludlr/KiLI.'roU/ UIOUID rule, is an exotic i lu every Wednesday evening at 7 o'dol. sTEER, SAVANNAH., GEORGIA,17OR June We strive to Please. Middle Circuit Florid ,

especially. u the appointed guardians of this WI InalituUoo }:ur.in| baa uever I"'n 1'IWII and Ill) dip the .1. ol. Cotton and other Produce, Tim .19,1306.!. : _ 80-ly of 0
Mint I
are called upon| lu Imitate the patient, loinatlc jugKling J can 11.lull anil:I I II BM..1.11.t..r/, ''J? bsr, ..b.Bel Estate, psrsoaal Property,. -- Julep Drops, Robert O. Shepard and Wll-1 .

preserving energy with which ho M>ably' devoled nlalllil& it. It is not frnl any religious inipiilses I I. TIIECARIIC8.-liregnry A Archer, T. P. T liara Fisher, copartners under I
tum, M. Lhely.Al'CTIOSEERR'. IM-Bm REALESTATEAGENCY the name and styleuf I
blmllf the cUI of education. wesH-ukso.| I the Irresistible spirit 1 Roman I'unch Drops Bhepsrd
tb.tll and Fisher coninlalnants. I BUI furlul
Resolved of thiil. A. 8. Elkla. .
Tblt If 111 l Ufilcial results problem piiHhes on e\'I'lt"Ir the ultimate Illll)1 I

which our 1'nlversily was founded lo secure I downhill of Turkey, and WI only ulltr whit it ATORSFY8 .- I I. Pspy, R. B Hllloa, o James L. Blchsrdson V. dfcnd-J

shall ever b accomplished, Ihe ill ILIIIC under llml enr une.lh hla (')'u open, and capable o..r! Janice T. M Klw*, Jjs. D. Vesteutl tTNA) LIFE' INSURANCE, CO.OF McINTOSH & ,,OSBORN Brandy Drops, ant. J
will be.> mainly, duo tile wisdom and furo.thowgbj IU.I hat'o 11 nnd regogiii/ed I for him 1 Mcgueen Wclntob. Jss. II Oaths, John cowls
& .sell. I north, the weM and Soul it of li. t"b"lh\. J. 1'wlcr, B. Win. IT appearing to Ibe sstlslsctloa of the
hopeful .
ctllocll'I,111 ludefulkublo' 1 Whiliolho "" CONN.HAVING Real Estate Brokers Whiskey Drops James Richardson has absconded 601*
labors of iw (,ullortie Dlagllhltl ala sellsacriddng 1urlc.1 by I liberal adoption of the lhur.D.KFR : UAUTOUD. State of Florida and resides beyond the Umiuit
spirit of llie age hate L..I more or AND CO.NTECTIONER3.-Wnl. If. Rip of: II is ordered that lb. sold defendant do W
., Munro, Malga Co., Mrs. K. Klndun.BANKERS. acccjitcd the Agency of Insurance Madeira Drops
Ilcsolvcd, Thai bet In llishop Ellloit I f a"valcll Olliho Ilenllplllt11 intelleflinil 0 tbl plead mater or demur to said bill wlilaUmontks
a colleague 1 posutsaed of the uiot-t ), lowest .-Wm. R. 1'te A Co. I am prepared to Policies LOa -0- from this date, or the same will be&uKu*
nlr..r.illl strata ol bus been BARBERS. Tuurstun who may desire I In Tslluhaiuee or vicinity.- IIIS firm hat'Ing formed extensive business rcla- confessed. It 1s further ordered that this aonct'pubU.bed
mlpwiucol and! of the .irarebl sockty gradually upward I, C. II. Taylor. the A Hose Gum Drops
alaulonl'j tIlls Among maay.lvlut4 a uttered by this company lions lu Ibo principal clllesoftbe United States, once a week In a la U.a?'
Joined to all those In tile BILLIARD newspaper
Turkey stagnant iond LMN3.-Nowllu
qualltinof brad bn rellilrl | an Scott, L MeGullln. to tbaae lau following i I. now prepared to place Plantations, Lumber Tracts TalUhassee for four months.

other which fitted hint fur ullulnC above almOt.1 I absolute Dial I have""IN rie), \ilh I form of government A paid. ap .wel secured CIILllnt a Urg< Mills, City Property and all other real estate located Lemon Gum Drops Done and ordered lit Chambers, this lOtb N<.
men whom nmy appropriate for the surplus.Annual ,
we b.n la Alabama
kIOWI. Tarlars BLACKSMITIIINU.-Mrs. E. O. Fills,Henry Hicks. Florida and Georgia upon the market, her, A.
Itcsolved, That w* record our al.'II.nat )lllgll.Arabs or Moors, tell or even cnlu- BOOK( BI.VDEK.-Clias. .'Indellea.B DIltond., which Ire plt the same year to the best Possible advantage. D.lt611.J.. WAYLE8 BAKER
p' hlllllr the UI'kuH geutlclle ap I but lo day must "appear repulsive to. -I.dlvdeod. 00. are rurfeltble t-tyOMlce ID the Marine Bank Building up stairs. PortVine Drops. A true copy from tbe minutes.
\' > AND MUSIC McDongsll,, II the Insured by ., da MtgCEEN' McIMUSIL
blue wlb unswerving principle Izeo|MH plc' tTOKE-oho I It ..o T. W. OSttUHN. Attese-C. A. SaTAN, Clerk.
Id dlvul.n lo dutybcb marked the unus-, It "1Ibl. i try tint, not openly$ avowed but OUvrACrlehlow.BOUT rlaf the, eat.u c of the policy fur .11e premium Jau. I, 11?. 31 -.- Nov. 13. liMo. 18-tmw _
tacitly which I'AMellriium such unlvirsul AND SlfoE Prots b b.l.lbe I blte smoaul lU'
P. 0
tnlto. ulfllfe of lime 'lament- tae M.KtUS.-1. Rupp. rand In Leon
c Hiop lul..lgo spread Iurill IheJ.ell of Ibe liv-t tlreek BR.\8.'OUSDER-1 I l Uly. quire In an "all cash company.1' l re ATTACHED TO MY STORE I A Court.-In MM\!

Tblt the tbe rO\IIUII"I own Clay J. H. MITCHELL CABINET FURNITUREFine Thomas
R'Ie. f'loram scenes Henry .U, Joseph Eduionioo Agent Brown vs. The Heirs of John Wood*
of earthly, leiiors thol cli.eli lill. to ills fhujuent .ppellil favor of Ibl Urel'; U W. BowcnT. W. SUlue Jsa. I 18B7. S7 and Maria A. Pease.-Bill for Relict
we recognize the cull wbkli Insiiired Monroe : Bakery
which is
their surviving bretren to carry 11,10 on, 1111011 whim| ru u. hl anniisl metwiKC of I is-'j that "the d.'uilill. 1 I CARRIAGE CARRIAGE. fe MAKER 8ADDLE3.-J.U.AND. TRIMMER.-E. Purdy. B. and Plain of all Kinds !fJl'ST I T defendants appearing reside by affidavit beyond died the latHs Units CJOMl of to!*

dllgeiicc! whhh they no well I the Turk l U forever; gone: and that "ills I I'LORIDA and I am prepared to furnish any thing In that line but within the limits of tho United 8Ulo -

began, and ".al the help of God we our lui|> that Duetu "i atbieve her IndeiH-u- Ctak.C'OTOS RECEIVED BV at all times and In quantities suit customers. It 1s, therefore, ordered that the paid dd i
selves to upon| the foundation JII'lle was this then Impelled Engluih-: rAt'OR.-T. J. Perkins ('I.U. W. f
r.1 "ll'I tl
tlY r < Jan. I. 1367. 31 demur plead or answer the
lad an Intsituliou of learning whkh will 101 Il'n t'r.udllnllhl) lennana to volunteer tul.Co Collegiate and GteO.1OMPRISINU. .1\c1:0N.. iJS5. wlihla iou, months from tbepis m40sJ

!! _perpetuate !hcr_names andd)I' but \bk1 h II Ihu Uf.t'k pnlII lilMmtlnn. anil tlitkt HI:) COTTON'_ uU WEIIERI-Icr.Coles. Miiary lion of this order, or the same will be Likes s Jfessed
wiu Buw uieu tie uurcu all me. plaudfd the IIIV kindiiess'audsyaipttlliy; ;; ;; : /n OOIJ-leKlb"n Allen A. Hopkins,, -.- Peruvian Guano. and Ibe cause will be set for bearing conalantly couliryih: show to ., W. K. WiUun --- iii salciIt
iiidvaulug to I Ihl tirftk; by I. I MvKlnnlos A Bra.
yet unborn. tfllcieucy .&el'mt, IIU..I"1| in .11'rill' ,'rruneuii. u-\w.ricul '. n.'ol.II, Klrkaev Johnson. Bolt. / FKE.NTH BED- "TE have and will always have, supply of No. is ordered that a copy of this notice be piP
That ; hllcpl' Riwc-ulV-IJ. Hers ..- isteads PERUVIAN GUANO direct from the Pera- la some public la this 8utt fc>*
thei ,; "" then, work nf Bertk of different lea CotSifti newspaper
In J&he in rel"luUlll b published nf all hlx "llhe 8. Beer, R Williams, Jacob TriiaUFfRSITL'BE ( lktLIl""JIW..luuA.b.1) ; -_ vUn Government Stores, and warranted rcBJt, and months.
rllmil"I,1 Iud
MOllgoulerl, All'WI.li. New .lllnce ''Itl"n. fII.h 'nib INSTITUTION, will supply the same In lots to salt purchasers. COUNCIL A. BRYAN, CJan. <*
Ikuuon.OROCEKS. Maple, of
Orleans, Tall and & diplomacy)', how her 8TURE-Ol' foruu-rly IOWA as Ibe every trade amid price; Marble Centre DUNCAN
that V'r. X A .
1'llllh .IJ 1.1..II".ril.d .-E. Bradford Jr. Slat Icliur West of Ibe Klver Tables; Bureaus with lad JOHNSTON, Savannah. ISdI. 40-imw
copies b furnished the fuuiilk-s i>f the and millions of. were heaillesuly McCormick Tlb now la .ue. without Marble Top.; Dec2 Iki. au-a,
d.o.Binhups. rC\eclvll lilt to the rudedominion uf the Turk, un MU, C. 1hleblll, K. A. Shine, A. F. ., l lueI.1 opri.o. under the i-barge-of Wsrdrobet and Secretaries, with Chairs of every
Mat. I. L. CROSS. description.
Oca. Attachment Notice.D. .
W. M. m{ der the plea uf lhImhincc loa Superintendent, and Altogether comprising the largest lot
.x. )r..rvlll of |pus t'r T. Barrow. Professor of Mallemstttan ) Tactics. of Furniture ever offered In t"llIlWIrkeLALSO For Rent B. Maxwell, 1 In Attachment
W. by maintaining in Gl'SSMITI.-R
c t'U.\NE (11 Turkey Europe a mere Rev CHARLES A. M., Profi-ssor of
kliadow of -
( .
| I.KS EI Purdr-
nHnXKS Eaer ID A PLANTATION about DYe DIU. from tba eltT_ C. R Cue. } Bum sworn to 139 *7.rpIIE .
.iuc hasdbturbed McGuffln-Clty DoVAL Professer A COMPLETE
Ibil Unl'utll | Uea U 8 Englnerrtng and ASSORTMENT OF J\.
11.111 about )
o MX If .
acrea-aod. desired
5 tho n pose of t'uulineulal( from REVENUE. Males, \hg.OAI. defendant and all others Interested fj
The f.llm lirra.. rulerl time la M. R.udolpb.lp'11 FKISE Jtc., will be rented with the Plantation. Also, J. by BolUsd of the eommeoeemenl of u"
tune. The so called tiuesljuu" uf the Uunubiun l'uh..tor; Sherman Conanl, \A l'DI"niy of Paris, Pruf. of Frell'b Plain and Fancy Groceries a Large and Commodious
The New York Journal of l Sen ,Cotton Webber. ; Board Education STORE In the noIre of returnable to a Justices' Court to be holdus 5.
Caiuuuret publixhrs la takes business.
d f
I'rincp.hlll'III n..nl. 31"nlcll'grl i great pleasure In Apply to labusee, oa the thiS la March, A.H'
a ankle concerning the Into cotton Irl in I JIII'k t.a nl | HscMonul INSURANCE COM FAME*.-B. C. Lewis, Agent, being able to cowuieud Ibelbo.nub I. present All of whl b'be offers at the lowest possible terms T. hAYWARD, Tallahassee. and to appear sod plead Monday lo the same.

which it says that the risks connected with the the mouths II Ihe .lUU. c\'el that of the .J. II. Mile-bell, Agent. O".IILID. to course tbe 'of Uatbuuatu-. f'le. for Dec.Cub or tfo.(ouulry Produce. J, IL 39, I'M?. 3\ Given under my hand and seal this SOU *?
i 7.
x* tt-Mtion or Sci Si-am --
| thorou.l
ul tile Gurnun, U. K. CUrk. November A. D. land.
of .
storage cotton have JEWELER-yer" .
lint Iflllill
lilluhhe since places in l'aie'PIIIIeare liDOrek Frt..b.d EDKI.b, .i b a H. FI8HEB, MJasUeeofih '
parts uf IheIllorbln TAItU.-V. II. I
M many Avery. taught. Tax
J public attentkiu hus topic nf LlBER >Muolt.ae .lorted. .. Collector's Sale. r*

but IbM there i still L'l room lirwtcl for IoiptotciaunL-subject>.. iu Europe Ibe.c"ulinuel nll.nl' nf c>f JCmSUTT. J. Baasrlt, Railroad Shop. _pursue Ie such reD" (guardians uity SADDLE. HARNESS AND CARRIA8EESTABLISHMENT Nov. 80, -86. S33inwInsolvent

The Magnaul and retrograde Irellt MIRCO-IT T.\LOu-Prrlu.Clatk. Jacob School I. wish WAKULLA COUNTY.
arcl coulluN ai follow : Some eeks Tie provided a IbUlol'bcl! snd
I pgo, a prouiinciilVrc-uch Estate Notice
was Chemic -0---
,f Wher file may b traced rtl'IIlo grips |Nirted to have dci'lon-d thai lplolllj1 re- MANTl'A W.KER-n J. Keaebraugh, Mrs. \pp. --- -
rnu"or crwlu. erlnb it by no means Idll. six i ill troubles b C.lb.MILLERD TERMS : HAVE Jl'sT BECUVEUA WILL, be sold, at Crawfordrllle on the 24 Mon Court of Probate, Wafcolla county.Suite of r/
.hl'll'l they
Ibu \1 \ I. Mainly fa -hoUitle Jane 30 I LARGE ASSORT. In May so much o( the buds 24th 186S.la .-
but September
\ lre II "Iorlge >iuess i-- outgrow iL from laie.l G.yaa Tel.ending ,JSBT,one bat meet of Good, cuni.Uug of ss will the following ,
.- b.v any coonectkm ith the cue &illoll'Y..1 11 payable balauce ou the U. of pay taxes oa said lands for A. D. 1t17,
\ the advices J. t .
b BtepheisoeMr..0.
II as v ) t. to-wlt
,' other. A clIps here. curelul I "el tclfgraph, thai ILUSEUY.I \ ruary tCIML'I GENTLEMEN'S AM> LADIES' : the Butter of the Esuttf- f Joseph J.
nation of the i rIW uauu- they have already "UI i Tuikey Ths EV of N EK and ES' of the SJ of Sectloo ceased, laU of said Count and euuTTENRY -
wuboU n-ceipw, given fur a to a prodigious extent, couslderuig/ the Ilrliug NOTARIES fl'BUC.-E M. West j**. IL Bull, Department................K>0 SADDLES 18. tbe property otto Noblo Jones.
cargo cotton from a ship, Ihu\e. de indolent of her musbulmun ,'lpi.l.ld l''.H. Au.la Pnmary Department....... ........ SO Flue Double and SlnirU Horners, The Load between where J. W. Adams W. WALKER. sd-"inlsu''r lit
l'hll'.1 Incidental Urea
bill ficiency of a II or two, U ) the lutlv munlmliiig 1."lrl.1! her iMipululiou availa; OYSTER Ill'Iu-, NI.u Brown Esp.................. S Bridles, Collars Iud Vbips, G. W. BosUck the property of McIntyre and Jones.and -LL non, having filed this day In my oft-'""
o llg. The insisted that Lie furcfk There are D'cSr eb'" noddle L'loihs s. A. )McCOOK Tax Collector. suggestion of tbe Insolvency of said eitoM.'
; Hllh are A.
they made full I audu.lrJ concentrating r.ISTER- Boyd, Board can be Shoe Findings Feb. estate i sr r
ba a delivery, and it became ap- tro<'|x "|>oii & C'lpbl. private fiuutlles. Shedeniscaaeoterseaayumn. ofetcry description, Ulj7.amw sons having claims again! said
every lliut whirutht-ir TI..a during tbe Leather of all notified 415,54..ttb
bad occurred belwctn the Ststioa, and kinds to appear and
sel's tW.1 warehouse kills. After ves imim-diule UM are likely to In- ""Ute; the imptans !- l'IH.1CUSo. W. Bttton. J. .Bond, Richard will b ebe trout the &1.. of entrance the _ Notice. -- before the first Monday la April lath?.hH*'f
hul Iw are in a paroxttm nl and J. H. Wm. above t TRAVELING
rtotk Randolph
ell ntm. SATCHELS be
delay male uf the vessel CUI"Ull'Ut : F.lbDe a AND may paid pro rata acwrdJnTtglaw ,,
carman acta, and undertook we 0 iu huuJmb and tolnJ. the IJ o l'n'l. W. .. KoU-ruon, M. U. seas. M. !ub Eab county Wept ul the Sawanae. has the nlht TRI..K.t. _ SIX.MONTHS after the Drat publication ol this *
amine DO clcrue to and the Greeks: for they 1.1 a PRINTERS AND Pl'BU toeeudfre.of tiutloa te *.one abol; sack Saddle and Harness ""d.. the anderslgned. AdmlnUtratrU of the Judge of Probate W kull
a BI'k. aehulau't
UEU-Unr. Estate
w warehouse, and by lIsle uuiioiuHly. Public upiuiou hi "France mg-and! tew, Dyke S.b.k.1IOlRAllo.Ww 10 W nominated by the Board 0 t C-uriige TrIm rung., of WILLIAM ALbERMAN decessed. Ute Sept 2S, Ie68l 5-Cmw sAdministratrix's
tskingoffthemsrki 0 of Leon
and numbers, to trace the : Ubtiniuitig highly |hcu-re.iwcti -oIUe U tgoa and County, will apply ta the Uonorsbl Judge 0
tuI.11 excited and < I 8ufOIl..bII.
1u Half an hour after one of them lift 1'11 way Iub. f EPPES, Buggy SlufU, of Probate saldeonnty, for letters of dlsmiasioa
b t".ir unwilling Uovfrumt-uls Bi-oket and Rims Notice
U a lr broke out, which or lo uuieac- BAILW.leDJI.Jt.Oe and Tallabas- 1!B EJunlioa. Buggy Axles and as such sdmlnistntrix and asked to be discharged.
1 li.n "i'rio
damaged. ,.
11.E Si KACHAELA. ALDEKV1AN LL PERSONS Indebted to tbee.u""f,
to liJenL ,
property prevent .fuer I'I'de lug Thus lIe we kIlmip"nee nearly the w holy of Eult"gird- REAL BnOIER-JeDIf"ob -. --- -- -- CAKMUAGCS AND BIGGIES Sept. IL IMomwNotice. Adm'ra A Ul don, Ute of Suwannee cUUt .
1gllpa. for
tie iuipi-uduig ana all SUl'THERV of and make
ito of other fray COMP'Y s requested to come forward uwj
particulars equal signs pole! to Ihe thul this time lurkry will Jam T. L.SO.. IM1GBATIS Every payment, and ell having claim' ,
ly penoas
A ) _
lugg.tV. young iiiau at the office butt lc-w if iIJo' T.8. State *
of to Clel any ullira. The su.ry <>f Arkadi Treasure; Boiling cy.BCX eminary. ViuUine Belting. sama will present tbesa, duly anlbenucatea. f
1. bO prevent a for the turn-,1 I ihurdasdiil Work SLX MONTHd after the hat pabUcailoa of tlement. to the within lt''j *
.tru. that of tlu- made ta order this undersigned
'tag out of an .YI'PIJ11 EIIRT.IVPORTCa-R, T. Floyd, and Repairing done ,
i o cotton which bad been I UicTuik Preslj; with disAtful > the aaderaigned Aduilnlsuuor of the scribed by law. Of this acheS* will bp'' fnof
Iluujhi uce shall eoL
there upon aongl. Ael leaving bb instructimis fice la battle more b pue FEMALE DEPARTMENT.riLL WHEELERd oOate uf David Eo dialer, deceased late W HAmllWa their recovery. >
I I Ihl fur""uf utilized SO. WILSON'S
it occurred lo visit 1"1 lofts and inspect f1lttk1U5htl1iUjL tua be lur the EXPRESS l' P.ST.-" IL Ve". Agent. SEA ING MACHINES. and 110 WE'S coonly will apply to the HOB. Judge of Pmbue ol

its codtD tie found a number of men lluit cud wau > Lint U l time, auj SHOE 8TORE-ll Bettou. \\ be ra- pae4 OB lb. Stfih of October, upI Tallahassee, Its. OcC: 8-t,1-A5. J. E. VUIDY. u buator d county fur letters of dismualaa as such adrelu- Jon. 85.1S67. so-is'
i1 tiuiiruruig Muuiiwhcre IS-tf slid aked
engaged df lg the .r.lue bides and I lu ha cuiue ( sad ITAILU. U\'EIY.P. B s.., I dor the ebc.oRn.l'l.aLI KSXMOBB -- -- -- to be ducnarved.
ruW hero -
\1.1 be U.8 EU sad 8. NATHAN LlSiDSKr
provided fucUog the pkadurthus thai l (. 1". i nut huge fulluw bags I erly lluug. I'uuibJy KaM| >lcuu.may (fear l'rP .\ :--iSwJK CaH. U. Btlpl. fm St. Opportunity KI E K."Qa..lrJbe.111 lDeo punne .of... Notice.: Jan. 11. lat?. 546mwNotice. Adm'r. Administratrti's Notice-
to Orleans sad breathes spy -
Lill"l IhlwO Ir Ihttgrv Exkibiliuu MaLI Sow Key Wept. taught[ -- of
ijjc would liav t maybe th blUoe persoas Indebted lo the EsUt<
act file the lofU J
.1 i I spoUud or Jturtl. ( M. I ALL
t jib from
saw the cotton likely lo lap largely lulrr"rt w ; iioWbly he X.. OrUua CauL O'Leary, Apalctc to TERMS : \ITITH the view of r. raUnir noder Us WUK9 .. hU. of L*.
t I t IIJ .e Uu oul- .c \ \ pa.: 01 lbs Gnu SIX dat. I win apply to the Judge reqassted to auke immediate '
be tuiraad jlll bte.e Iaaurance
) l bc I' soaking by water U a break BBtU after *w Mu e.,between Per acholutlc few. ending July I Boks Company Probate of Leon IIt.o&e of signed e.g
it clo ulso be la'l Sarsnaah. Ul. lao 1, have been suihurucd ta be haters county FiendS,for ; and those having claims
'-natural way to Ute such least.a t.ud the discovery I U-cuiue cuiui" tl have p.y b> 6'L Jfanut, ftuia 6c. a Orleus sad I pajrabk) la 1"'a.the baktacc 0 the 1 '| sabtcripltoB, aaoaatlaf to at opened laoM one for a4ditloaal hnadrod Will saaezed vi camuusuauoa, ae Lii, BOO, with the will present them, duly
ft M 011be
proprietor dUized & o estate of
Tturkikh F.bl Reubta time
"W11 wy t teriU. Bat flanua and KtyVe thousand dollars wade the snperinteadeac of ssJd Brothers, isis pnaenaed kf asw.ar this
: notsotsruwck.ow. ot war e blood n4 Ua Last, L'Il BANK Primary OpWlt.. .. ....,v,. .,. A. B. Uiwuss. TaoM4S Messes aol WM. Daun.* of rosuty dl.eeaaed.L iii be: of their
in anv war Ce wilb tie duJioae tv thus 4tl Can tell wbur IL'la"I(or tur-0 1."lSGI, SATOSAL-'nJ W. Web DpmoL. . I[ SubscripUuBS will be received by the aadenugacd Feb. 1. 1811. BUlYUt'. recovery.M.&RT 'B-ILLS, ''
btougbl 1 lbt liuufUT reopouriUa air the prey.VlwUvrr wi 1u other l..1r.TISSEIWI t'lsHlral i> .. : t at T lliilm.r st the of the Compsav, 40dtwNotice. Feb. 15, 1866.

l wade a very libcntl ouaupeusa- the cud "y near baaXt3T rt-aulu, p. siiuer.I'MJEKTAkEKT. French and Italian. IUL). . s parsons wutmuj ta sutalJ. cap obuji all Infurao-aera -

>e.&I OWl in &tewu web a iisw, I UTUl1--U- a J. H..U. loddeaul _.- ._,. .. .. .. : uoa la. reference W the terms sod euodiUucs reuired. Notice.

part t pr".ut iju'10 bbl bus. The heat crop in Uu Valley ViigiiiU VAJUKTy. TOJtt.-McCorwick TibbUs. K.e Painting sad. other ornaments brcl. !Win. Pcaliioi Or. Thomas at ):Monroe will act la Quiocv and C 11 WEEKS aft date I wdl SIX MONTHS after dot* I will !*<"s;
o WHOLESALE a cfcarx > apply to the Jade adminutri
b f. ,
I jwblie 111f. is putt to L Uk'iinjf rt-tuarkabl well DEALERrlL Co., g EPlE. :, offrotuUbfLttoacoanty and voacacrt, as
A. tut
Mckhbtdp P., a HiWKISS, kttera of sdmlabtruloa SMILe Joseph Wekcr to CbS Jad* <
o o!1 ltd 1 & Atth.OdIeeoltheCo. Tillnln.irf. oa the estate of Deasls U WiUoa, UK of Leua dokChitI14
( ep F>. 5. IZ 41 I said covBiy, deeeauO. JOHN C. &OCSE. coast,, and ask ta be WEBs ,
Fib IS, it?. 44-&W iMDi -
Oct !.. 1866. 11-Smuw