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 5, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & journal
Succeeded by: Weekly Floridian

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L, BY DYKE & SPARHA" K. TALLAHASSEE._ FLA., MARCH 5, 18G7. NEW SERIES.- VOL.2: NO. 49. ,fl flloriWan.

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natty.'for or the Use Semtkera Ilowf-Timely People.We Codnnel. r".8 .t"'R inrrfllt In Washington. Now York Advertisements Railroads &c. & I..

ftmj.'ithI! c1J John It. Surratt lias been disembarked flnltho Stasps 0
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copy Iho following counsel and advice the been ilrcldeXl ---- -
t''ISUT. Ihih.whlll1rllas government steamer Swatar.i, which
fromjho Richmond D pa'ch. That journal In o >c tinwiund ldan nt the brought Ocnl OfEco
by 1lly him from Egyit| and to..t in the WashingtonCity Superintendent's REGULAR PACKET !
.....,. March _, 1M". Tlew of the late action of Congress, says: Auburn New York State and ,ill be jail. Tkt InhUigrnctr tints describes the GU

.We must never give tip tie slilp. That ts to placed' nt an avocation that Is not lnx! >riov\.. scene when ke was delivered on the wharf at the Atlantic & Gulf R. R. The Al Steamship i
soy the citizens of a State must not abandon the
A Vasl paper : The Navy to the District Marshal: 1<
says orlhtmrucfle' SA Feb. 4tb, B7.
blngon Ya \ASS.\U. .
sovereign right of that Bute; must not acknowledge
1 Ralllllt scheme has failed for the present. In talf an hour tlio boat wa< seen approaching

by any act or by any omission on their committee to "hor the matter was referred UK "harf, lm\'ing on board the person

part, that their Constitution and laws arc nbolislicd of Surraa. As soon a* she slriuk the wlinifCommander
declined toactlhissroton nnd the lobl have
._. .. and that tha community In which they Jeffries stepped ashore, i nd Immediately
gone home, Intending to return In Manh, and after Iho crowd of
prisoner. employees
live stands naked of all civil Quit I
M government as a urge the Fortieth Congress to measures and others had lthere11 by this I 'PIIM COMTANT ts now prrpnrcil to furnard

Advertising Rates lioidc ol savages In the Rocky Mountains. So they coi'k to have passed." alnlllhe tune, and l so<* as the/ ashore II 1 Frt-li1ilii rom Si\vannnh In"hnma.vlo. Lire i

long as a commanding General with a sufficient remarks "Tlafs him,' t Thai's John Surratt, I II I 0.,1. fl,111 stations on I'en.ncolo and ALLIANCE ,
A nholc Philadelphia] "'49 discovered know hIn. \rero heard. Mar-Owl Ih'.rll. alll FlorlilA Onlrnl nI"III Hllln of lJl-
or3EMIWEEKLY' force at his batk does not actually disperse tha faliyin Hooding .
of the ," lie nililri'Siictl to GEORGE STAPLES, Comm nJ r
lat week the last stage of starvation, stepped In prisoner and HIP followIng ,111 ,

FLORIDIAN elected legislators of the people and shut np the and the horror of the sccno'was heightened by colloquy took place! I"r rotov.t I I. t ., U .: '. LEAVE NEW ORLEANS on the llh M .
courts of justice and enpcrccde all civil law by MRl'halb).our name John It. Surratl?" 'VILL month for Key West and Intermediateporn
'Jiilf llnllron.l
the discovery of the fact that the father ,
appalling .Ulnn.lC
orders from 'these headquarters we are bound Prl oncr-"Itlsslr. Apalachlcola on or.bont ,
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. to assert practically our civil and political existence of tho family, who hod die ten days ago, was )Cal'bll--rben. sir I arrest ,'only virtue It !VVANNAlt, OA.II. 01 Ibe mo"b too.hlnl'l, tt Kek on or about' b l,

still uubiiried from lack a l to mo by the Criminal 8.Fib. E8. .nil KrT .id of etch month,
0ne iquare(10 Mlnloa Haw,or. lees,.)Ant Iniertloa. ,$1 09I to stand Upon the guaranties both of the of necessary means Court of wlrl. ot Columbia," The prisoner F. cilti-r Id tho Mill celebrated OIL an.1 t t., !*?. *:MmPensacolai Uen'18oJt .l"vlOI.15t}Murk on or about the 8th of th*
to the rubl. .
<= I Insertions 175lipail defray expenses month, on or kbont IheOih, onth
square !plllure.
",. State and Federal Constitutions precisely as if bowed his heal and then conducted by Marshal In doing .o nlh..I"lnll, t-ronnnnrc ft Apalnchlrola
( 1...I 10eert108" I eo there were no 'caucus'now deliberating In Wash The Descrct li'eiei (Mormon organ) piofusscsto Oooilinu and JI jor Hchlr.*, stepped fnrw ard 8uirrlor| .any llln II. NonExplonlMS. rriurn trip, taking freight and ..engr at the
, >t this rat*for 1 less than M. month. One month or and Free from will not promo IliahiiniU. 1".lrl..
to with with Orea.o
the best and surest method of believe that Western speculators and contractors a carriage, cre a f.'a. & Tallahassee rERKINa A IlKRaiT J
.. ington .
" ,MM. More, Mlows! upon trampling less air. lie was dressed ary Zouave ," It will not .01 or greate the clothing. Itla Georgia A, nt New .
'j all and all Instigated so-called Mormon crusade,nnd mnro ( It loll ..ndbe.II"Ih. Orl.
., upon rights ruining organized human th with white cotton and upon his hrll.ol Irodal' A. DENHAM.
society ID our fair land. We must do more; suggests that the cosiest way of settling tho difficulty head a cap rc Icllnj .\orl fez. 1 Kero l I. not.cne so Irlnl by .. eyes.. I HAl LROADS.I. ----Agent.St. Msrks.

J Ji 1w to give Origham Young Co. the State He I is a man apparently or five ru u"'olil In .III'lh.olr .
B I J I !! J we must not only regularly elect all elective officers I twenty-four -.-
of hair ,
to carry on every department of government Government which they are petitioning for, and In years age stands, liplit and cyc six f' Light House or Ratchet Burnot.I
erect walks with ..
.ts liojitM ,ii ,i ,.* '11 '*'!,*; ''ill and legislation, but elect also the very best a fair chance to develop .the greatest social I problem firm height and clastic Try step. Ho,wore a licht moustncho I' .lirrn limit favorably, STEAMSHIP ALLIANCE. .

,: :MI : 88' :1 48 M! M M, : and most upright citizens, and those most In of the age." nnd long Imperial.\ Ho w as haiulcuffrd.Commander o by Judi.to! be the CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. Freight for St. Ea.STEAMSHIP .
a 44'' 60 M 8fSS I! 89 w 'IS Tar Maks
884B 71)) TH 8* \ MI I harmony with the true sentiment of tho State An correspondent of tho ..Vil'MtI.t1i Jlfrlr pnvlotis to delivclinif BEST AND MOST RELIABLE OIL -o-

_I M 64Til 711! 81 I! SOm KB1 100uw 1M 1111I and whose tried honor and / Intlgt York and him to tho marhal. Inlorlfe" him tltaldiiriniithe ; now In the mnrki nnit In conicmienoeof thcinanvsirlon .
Is ( in New Cut 10
IIp'S at Itl Nl! tit I 101 { 114 Im, liIIfa on capacity our people :",, raveling voyagu ho had not nlo'I'1 any conversation; snldi-nli i IVom the EXPLOSION <>FKKKOSKNK \ AM) AKT1MI rFnurAnr.lilh, IS17, the nerre. 'lllr. 1lt Col 01 pl. 'SIII

59 69TS 78'' 8Sj, 1031 PI IDS lit, no 1ft 18 lit! 141IS '' 1 I"4StSl 1441f7 1M can rely as men who *'111 certainly] In all England, n rites gloomily of tho condition w hatever by any person the prisoner further : : :, Ilil nrl.I"1 I U cxlcnilvrly kn..1 nmliiirol O" ) Trains on Iliwo llnllriiniln tuny tin rtprrlril tolrao II.rrl. 1 CI.re'.041 C..k. 15

99 ii.l iii 131 1481AO : perils take care so far as Mcjr can nvnil, tie quid of mechanics, artisans and 1n1x. > ,in the Eiistcrn than I lo Inquire UN hcrsonal I "III! Tho In 1.r'rO'II'O. 1 niul nrrho ut llm trti'ml muilonn ktmiit Iho tlglr. 1!I bo,. Lquor pr
M 77BO = 107 1 US1 I IM' 144' = : detrimrnti and Middle I Slates. He the in prisoner has also liern rviricted from We nre now prcpnm! .dmiUb thfl Irmlrt wllhtbl 1 hours 1'h,1 1111",1. tlio iMimiuiiilt-n, tiowr\rr ro tlrrcl r r ronnd 5 1
repubiifa tapi'lt."And stagnation hU"11 Il.. 10 Cordale
1151' I snys HID rllit "r,1 nl llirlr dlncro-
M II 14.1 15t 171 IMII 18I 1111 any conversation.Surratt 1'"lllhlo" ) Oil, niul ncinllrll 1.11 HIP public an "nlnl h"'lr"l d'i
*4l RNI lmi| IM 1401 IM! IMjlP"i '" tot I tlQ yet more must be done. Not only must business has not yet been equalled since IfOI I. ami : 11 f'l.b. XII& bos. 1
then in hack Iho tlol t"orl.Ullol.11,11'0 2
88 Ml lit 131 Iflft mf tU HI con\tycd a to
TS 1ST ITS) i"lit I sns MS. m the frame work of our civil government be kept when the country was smitten with torpor, before "8 luttc, nil b.I.1 liirira ilork 'if IVrlajlil nml .tt-f-oiuiiiatliillon TrNlnsjolnu 1110. frelKbt rer 10 lb.. I

7* lsieo, 1-11I 187 tll nT, SW too standing and all its funnctions In fall operation the civil war. city jail. The yi J't''al mys: l'.n: .. I / l"rr.l. Or.IK'" .\ Ap. furnloro .
m III// 15il ITS lM11I.II1 "jII, SJWi SM) tilt He Is confined in one of the cell*constructed Lamps Burners Chimneys I, Tier.. 115
11II !'I J:54I1 IKS tilt 171 but the citizens, In a time like IhU above all other A steam plow with nnd tackle complete for the confinement of ifcs >rmlo criminals and I."RVO tjnlnry ," 7.:0 A. M. Ihl.. hrk. neof .n.1 n., rr 1.1".
11'I 14* 184' 191! ins SS7 "IIMIII> ITli tie engines | Arrive nl TiilLiluivm-x . . l .hl Ice
*- !* KSSl3'B! ''! :, tIlT' times must support and strengthen that government has been tent out from England by a manufacturer from which escape is next to iniHissibli'| tho WICKS, &0., l.i'nvo TallnhtiiN'O iilioiil 11'11.. . .. \!. t 't.\ 1.1' pr .1.Tie" 75tllro'l.
Lrd 1
: 1M INIM :, 1001! SS4 SM:! : t4| SIS SW by their confidence and respect aid It to who sends with it a rkillud agent, to walls hellil hcaUly plated/ with Iron. .ml r.m | | UI' Irmlu on tirmii.Klrnl (.rate ).llccl.alMint . I M \\ M. Whl.I., al" pr 1

101 1:1 NIl| Itt SSS, MtMi sis 1 IO maintain order' and tranqiiility and' to deal Impartial give it a thorough trial In one of the Western .I Court adjourns within n fewdly "I\ly nwnnlrd "I 11t,1 Plate l.t-avo abll!... II/J-J Wi.. 11 leuurlDeo'lgbt
11001 the ( trill will not take l. l.lvoOnk .,.. AM) er
170 sw STS an* | alnil Ihl t.O lot. !
: I :, I : justice so that no excuse maybe found States the .rluner' 1lh.lly 'llr.III.111 Now Oilwtiin, fniin Nov. awli tit liith, .. ..
ITS MSI SM (811 SM SSi; ; at cxpcnic of tho manufacturer. The bel 1.I'h. term.It >!! l'iiiiiu-lltiir*. Arrive at Lake ( TM I 111 I.rllli '.1 .It per f

In our own lacJun, In our own despairing soil- apparatus COt |IO,000. A duly of $4000 was was reported ycslclday\ I Imt Ibo ofllccrs andcrew 1'\.11,1"1 I II. U.| MWKKLL, llen'l Alrnl. "Arrive al Havniinnli ntiinit. 110 111. 12 Ol. (ba.b. .ah. 1

.The aboTe rates sre our LOWEST CASH Pmcis.AdTertlitmcnU abandonment and disorganization lor tho monstrous levied on it, but a bill has liccn Introduced In 1 I of the S\ailr were to ho transferred to I, I 'Malili-n Ijino" N." Frf>llst ..,! Arroininoiliillon ';.!.. Moh'.10 ... J.I Orore bos'Dd, Lmon.I'

unaccompanied. by the CASH will that l Is meditated. Let all the Norfolk \a.and, until liter the trial of Surratt, Fi-b. 1.1"\1\ 4-8m M ,. IIxavo 11 7
outrage now Congress lo refund the amount. It will plow an wore to no with -- lhls nllS Powde pr le. 10
communication any tUG lote ..
person hllil .
L recolTe attention.
world when the blow does If It Savannah about. IIPon r.r
see come come acre an hour to the depth of twelve Inches. whatever. P 111 P.M.laav Ral.tn. M
|If the money enclosed docs not cover the umber must that It l Is on a peaceful and orderly community The appearance ol Siinitt( ns fur as hit Jrc Garrett Young & Co. |j\kot'llyaliuut. 1.\: ) "Rlnr.r I. 11 Rop. per 75Dutor.
A Nol 10 el.
from "Pio l.lvnllnkatiniil pr
hnsertlons ordered It will be Usertcd a less namoltlmea. clrLpRll'nt HOle ,'rlc.: Scot I.'R" Rlee
concerned was scrupulously 'nrat, clean and .
quietly strhing to rebuild its shattered fortunes Noso to have n decrepit during '8 Li-nve Miullnon almiii.111:111: I '..r Flrkll. 10 I'r bhd. 11

r llO .
Ho '
el grow even attractive. waylrcsm'd in n 811r f.f
Mo propositions will be entertained for payment lUll cheerfully obeying tho I.tbogb the past few )'cor and, I notice but little Zouave uniform, and v >rc a red .Iuellro'CI ) No. 33 Warren and 29 Murray Sts., Arrlvn I..'MOII".11.11"1."- nliiiul' ..........11.!l ."i", I'..) luurr" Firkin, 1 .r l.k, 1.0

|anything but CCBRXXT MOKST tdrertlslng. shut out fm'all the higher functions of citizenship change In hi* personal np| ?arancc since I saw while AIOLhlj1 IK.il portmcnt was soldier l.i-avn Tallnlinnra iiboul. nft: > luckrl.. pr,4.. 10 Tohl rr DS. 1.0

ns or two copies, only, of the paper will be sent unnatural outrage has been perptra. him four winter ago. Ho appears a bale nnd' like, IlhOIh I rlp,1 himself erect, his NK\V: VOItlx 1 Arrlvo ut IJillliry ulniiit. 1.:1: I IhIIKI.. ba.n&ck.IIO TI. pr !eoto. 1.

t advertisers, nnleas an especial agreement to the ted. Let ns hive not only the 'luce was Ind palo, aid his manner noticeably Nl. Mark* Trulii-IVrlulil' nml At" C .m''r ." 10 t'"r b.le. 110C."II.
his 'like winter
vigorous ; ago I lusty nervous. .. Illar..1J \In. ..d IJqllOn I.tI""I' I.
itrary Is made. own consciences, but that of all civilized mankind hut Hill H".IIH| TlAUrillltAI.il '...nl." ..101 I t10 lIS
froitty kindly. Ho Is a good nctor of papal --- bol I'lUlJobal per pilI.
}'D solid matter ten lines with an average of nine that there was n provocation given on our and lie Is le"l. Tttlliilinoiirt alumt.Ill.:.UI' A. ),. ('.nIO\\ l'aallw.nll. Cotton rer hilte. :1.00(1111011'
sanctity and While the amcndmrnls .
dignified, of the House t tho
rds to the line or 90 words, make a square part, and pretence of necessity to provide forpeace mlnlflcoc. YlHLNt: A (inO3J' nt tt M.J, 11111...... ..IJilO: I'. ) 1.20'1
n even maeslc. In his bl'Irlg. and secma iK'tilg- bill .for tho more cClclcnt government of the I. ltET Leave 8t. Him: ""II.tl17.. IS.
ill contract advertisers whose amount of
space and security to justify a relentless revolutionary . 4 :H( .
In Ws rebel Slates" ..
In Iho .'ch.i Arlye.IT.I"haMel.h.II.
I length of time are Died by above rates will be power In Washington In flinging us suddenly Ont gniiI "'lf"Alon. were pirnling &lalo N.' YOn:,

|nlrd to confine their advertising strictly to their into wild A correspondent writing from California to Iho i 10, Mr. SUKUMAN, ltciihllciui| from Ohio"in replyto P..r''rnl. Ihr "lt n..h I
anarchy and ruling us by simple H
I business nules otherwise stipulated.HUBftCMIPTlOX brute force. Let tho awful brigadier tio'ilhtrn Jietorder, says: "Just here, let me say .I. )fr. SUMMRII, said : AND l.voJ..k.nyl.ah"ul.. ...... 910P.M. FOR NEW ORLEANS I
brefac This bill all that Mr. Biirmicr and .1'1.
to tho many who write coming cnlalnl.1 .
... concerning Arrive .. 74A
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us and building whites and black fiends
.' planting ( t this country to better themselves: you bis friends hll ever clahne,1 It clf. In.I'L.1 SPENCER SCOT&CO,, Arrive at Hnvanniili about, .. 1.0". .,. -0-
] considering I tho blacks
.. .. living harmoniously j our Legislature -gave Iho every
I measures for preserving tho credit of tho hare a homo and can lake a living, ..Iaywhereou In the South. Hut hilot was objectvil that It Pmnmrmgrr Train IVons Mmrsiniainls I FLORIDA I IM.
: r Annum 1500nil' Slate and Its wealth arc. If you cOle hero to buy land you can did not disfranchise tho> whiles. The people of OK NI W.\HJ N. J. Leave Rnvnnnnli aiout. P. M.
, "1t..l1a: .oatll.. a 00 developing ; judges o not tell whether you have any title or not Tho Ohio did lot liemand inch dbtachlluut- Leave Live .1>tbresontns, .SCO bench administering the laws of tho land with This Congress would never ..-. Arrive at Ukeilty: Ih.II......... 8.10 A. M.
best of Iho land covered with
rXo snbscrlptlon taken for a shorter period than universal acceptation to all alike ; and ten let farming I Spanish bill disfranchised the leading rebels of the South Arrive at Jnvktiintlllo ab"ul..,....,1f I'. M.

.i months. him, before the face of earth and heaven, by one grant. People here are seriously talking of emigrating under the constitutional amendment, and waa Extensive Manufacturers -.-
order to the Southern States, and by next not that enough r lid thought It was a much < ostnrlloM..
tom bequarttr deprive a people spring quite a number will start." as a generous people, oti; ht to dellnd. and w'h"l AMIwiioi.r.Mti.i The 11"lm.blp( .Altitun.'. -. HI. Murki fur Ne'
of all tbl orer. pcaco and legal protection, an attempt was made to; a bill he foil irluan fib .I l (-1"1 month. About thoHh

ERMS OF COURTS. and with a bayonet at all their throats, The Itouma (La.) dele Guar spcats thus of justified in charactcri'/ing the opposition as unjust : : i iti.r.HMIN : : null.niul.\III.fno'l m"nll the Htcaiui-r *i>rav O'LEARY; CommantkrriLL ,

and no law over them but the edge of the sword I the Ingoing crops: "Our plunter have hud I delightful and unnatural lien ought to l satisfiedwithout U-avi-aHl mi tlia 7tli,, 171 lh A..loo'lh..I., wher the ahe connirta -\\ RUN REOULARLT from New Orleans
further exactions tho rebel tleO.hlllJ'wlt. V V for AiwUcbluola, leaving New Orleans on W.
spell of weather for planting cane and rom < fur Sew .. ,
"We know ,
not yet IJiat matters win come to hud their l.h'I" I'JIh anil *J.I, connecting with Bteam PropellerNI'M.tl
They lot every ,
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this. There may be some considerations(not of from all we can learn have been Improving the thing they held pr..lrly. people Irlonll. Noi th orttiiKi-aliotwri'ii Qtilnry,BalnbrlilKO '1,1 II Ibrae limes a month which will
Albany Dm tratiia.
rnmirrt "
JCDICUL CIBCCIT.-SPBDIO Tcnui. law or justice, ccrtainlyX that will lo the furious time. AH the largo plantations are being planted did not demand their 11.1111llel.nt., If Ihcy Men's & Boys' Clothing 'I 'II ItlIU'r WA1.KEK. take her aitb.'oii frelxbt arrival to 81.of Marks cars and signing ratnra through o.lIb.Bills l thami

Walton county,1st Tnesdsy after tat Monday career of those rlenUe.anarchists. They In cane. Only the 10.1 C.rn where there are rejected the terms contined bill, then Fulli W 8iiiprliiloiiiloiil.| ,tailing anil connerilnif with Hteauishlp Florida
L bouses Congress could erlt ttulo governments with Apalni-Mcola" on Tib, ITlb and UTtb.unlursaud .
find, after have welded their no sugar will planted In Wo
ilmes Bounty,lit Tuesday after lid Monday may they tolbe b eoLII. negro voters alone, but pieseiit there "I < C. W. A. H. frolKht sent to ilL Marks will havsrrnnl.ir
L Stevens bill, their Elliot bill, and their Wilson hop all will plant plenty of corn. Itico will re necessity for such rigorous mcauiircs. hia (AltltEI. tIAFI. PEN. & OEO. RAILROAD. ami <|til<'k illMmtcb and money may be paid
A. I.
.ashlngton county, 1st Tuesday after 8d Monday Amendment Into one trenchant nnd tremendous more attention than formerly which wear voice eeml reach the Month 1<.d.y. ho would YOlSU. HtlITT "" In Mr. A. I>RNHM fur ns and sent at our risk.
HtOTT, F. M. liARIlETT.Ffb. ; : .
tomahawk to strike us down to utter ruin atone pleased lo learn, paid well last Host people lo accept thrne terms.t'euuiuuY .
4ackson county,fib Monday In April al 1ea. AgSnts of Hblp In N. Orleans.Feb.
20.-At Uo 1' M. Iho Clerk of Iho 4H: .Tin
V oun county! lit Tuesday after lid 1 Monday la swoop, that after there are perhaps reasons of the frccdmcn have contracted fur tho ear.- House announced the action of the House on the 1.1R7. Til.LtniMM tlial ,""nulrl.FREIOIIT 1>1.NOTICE .lll 5, I WIT. 4f-lf

the blow should not bo struck. In the Inmost cases their have Increased 1.I.r.IJ Klvrn no
why reconstruction bill.Mr. .
_. nklln county 8d Monday May. w.gc ben ; .hll'lo"l| aflrr
, 1* V4anta Kosa county,8d Monday June. meantime we cannot, must not, abandon our own the average price paid for men about f 15 per WILLIAMS (Hop.) moved the p.II".e.| HENRY MOORE & GENUNG All cuiiiiiiunU'atloua. uu builiiuM wi I o'el".I. be

r r-otpacambh county fib Monday In June.M(4 cause and the remnant we still possess of those month and rations." ment of the Indian bill for the purpose directed tn tho IldoII.d.u. FOR" SAVANNAH !
the reconstruction bill. Oi-n. .
f up
r"' FALL T., & liberties banded dawn to us from better times The London 7ld b an aunt or young The amendment* of tho 1018cro read.Mr. "4 vrATJUml AM> 'JoliliKlCLOTHING OK Jan. I. IM> l W_\AI.KEK.. 8UI"1_ -0-

) ilton, lit Tuesday after 3d Monday September. and better men One day the l'bolo North may lady, who guidance of her conlcssor, WILLIAMS (Hep) Sfimteconcur. Tin STEAMEU

; nea,lit Tuoaday after fib)Monday September.Unglon thank us that by a dignified passive resistance( to took a vow of celibacy for two years, unknown NOTICE.
., lit Tuesday after 1st Monday Oct'r. Mr. SIIEBMAK (Rep) said ho did not Ilka the ..
, *on,94 Monday In October. the present torrent of lawless rage that sweeps to her parents. An offer of marriage was subsequently dUfranchining clause in the proviso but he should af Brn
can, lit Tuesday after 4lb Monday October. over tho land we saved those llbcrtits made to her with
precious approval It VJ not not oppose It now. The additional section was ( ST. mcnoi.ii IIOTKI.) rpllKNATUUE Of IIL'BlNF.fta AT Till

kiln i ., 11 fill Monday Monday In In November.i November.nbla from otter shipwreck; and that In the loudest proposed that she should marry until thu'pcrlodof only a repetition of what waa already In tho bill.Mr. -.- I vurluui diiu| on TiE( 1.1..01.AliauiKlalUilrooiU t

,3d Monday altar 4th Monday In November. and widct of the tempt we did not give up her vow bad expired: but she had scruples In 8tMincBllflp.( ,) replying to the speech of Joint T. ,, A Ilinry.AI.SI. luilMTutlvuly/ duwuud abould re
Mr. I. frwerl"fsll.lur all mill for bi'fi.re rew.ulIru'
In ho Mr. Hint
which I Ir.IK..O| (
h"ru T. BiiiltllI
the ship. doing 1 even then unless her director would I yesterday the Mou.I leur) ili'l'iit.iniire .
] new rapouxul or .
MIDDLE Cincvrr. Sruxe TERMS. HUlner cha >ttu t. I A Tu nifiiil
den second Monday In March give hlx sanction. He was solicited by her parcnu doctrine of frInchl8Nncml read from a ax'c
trty,third Monday In March Tie Effect or military H.le. to grant it, but he and the lady made by him year ago lu favor of 1'.0.00 *>. WM. M-tf ,
n, fourth Monday March. The New York Time*, in view of tho adoption died single. The confcr dlstinguiHbcd the dlHfrancblsement of rebels.Mr. )11' lon&a, olOlulll. I.'I -- -- -- Captain JAMES TUCKER.
alia irst Monday ApriL WI CnAiiui.RR (lien.) Interrupted Mr. Sunnier MANUrACTURE EXCLUU1VELY TIIK:
of be military measure which bos juitl passedCongress -
n,aeeoad Monday In April Dr. Piucy hlnUlt to auk that he [Mr. Sumner] have leave to print fl NATIONALFREEDMAN'S
on, third Monday tn AprIL out the following emphatic bin spot-ill Instead of it. fpIUM 8Iea".r1 purchased and flttfd out eipreaaly
trw The recent decision of the Supreme Court of reading [Llughll'r.J SOUTHERN TRADE. I 'lor d. root* between .vannan ..aa'lurld.o
illlon fourth Monday In April hints to the Interests of the North InlWet Mr. Hi'MNitB (Itep.) to '. SAVINGS
le kaviJackaonvlll
the United Stale encounters influential lYery
or, lit Monday after fillllood.,10 ApriLFALLT&B : a 0111 Mr. SHERMAN, (Rep.,) replying to Mr. Sunnier,
under the bead of Our Financial Future; IX>W PEICED: anOWT, AMI) (HHiliSroHTII ,on arrival of train from Taluhaaaea and arrlvu -
sition near at had. The highest Court and to an alon that he hal come Iv AI,. "LKAI.. lu Savannah on HATUHDAV MOKNIMU.Ia.

& Now military authority ts not favorable to Industry District ol Columbia has come to an unanimous Sutnner's lid ho had done no .uel A Nil tlin* tu connect with steamer lor New York.FaaaenK" .

dun,second Monday In October or enterprise. It may Inur oler. andwithal that Ihe test oath U constitutional 'hich thing. "plhn i He would never FKEEDMEN. by luilruad can proceed Irom th*train.
rty, third Monday In October. substantial be opinion ,w the Southern from aj" on board the boat al one, wlthonl rol*(to a hotel.June .
,fourth Monday In October. prbap the outrages wbi now occur may startle tha worshippers of a venerable and elcu,11 government of pllo partdJlllul AUo every variety of MIUICM. Kli.it(iix>n.adap Trust Company.CIIAKTKKKl ,. PIBJJJ.J A,..,.
lie ant Monday November. and to inspire minds of judiciary. The District Court after I 'cd Ihe BaT T. ,4 14 7-lf JaraaoavilTe, Fl*.
ton,second Monday In November.on confdenc 1 mob-grown willing to exclude the leading rebel but lot the .
CaUIofiic* by
loyal citizens. So good. But it mn'softhe 1.llelltn will prlcra .
third Monday In November. wi contravening the of the United Slates people.Mr. --
too, fourth Monday November. will throw no clear light the future of the pllin. WILBOM ) ho rrirarded 1 this a ". '
Supreme Court, bound lo regard its "I I Nov. 10. !!- 4, 7.SmaTlwood -
lit Monday after fib Monday In November.i Stales. All these considerations are do fet foal and yet should not vote for it Ullrlt. : : ) UY (JONCSUKSH.Approved ; .
Inimical to cottn.pIIUng. Ilgr.maklng.; corn- decUfioul &mandatory, and refuse* to set auideit mer regret Hu thought il ought to turn NEW GOODS

ADD i CIBCTTT. SI-BUSO TERMS. growing commerce ,ill own rule requiring the test oath to be taken every rebel out of office. Hu objected to thodisfranchising Hodgkiss & Co. March ::1,1., 111'.

flrst Monday In April Be sources of constant uoeaMinc&s, of vague ap by attorneys practicing within Its jurisdiction. clause In the House amendment.He -.-
anee, second Monday and a want of trust in the renetted would BY
April prehenlool imeito that It had bei-n lut
II.rted. .
bin, third Monday ApriL mtul tripplt neryjonn New York 7W states that 1'r.1
>. fUluro tJ ilul. The a contract ha* vote for the bill DOI.Ulllaldl/. would l'nncluil| I itth-o Htrw.t, New ((Ainrrlnii -
fourth Monday April, trtult at tjTecluaUy\ not <, madv by a company for a cable of superior say, aim, that Jut hiute* AKb Etchange Uiuk Yurl
(rd, lit Monday after ith Monday April ly or tiotttiUv, at ordinary panic. ben I In tulhern luldluj. Mrs. E. KINDON.
ha, ad Monday after Mil Monday ApriL we consider caution construction and mati. to he laid down between were reconstructed 1"ol1rly. I. 1.'uld vote to General Commission Merchants --
[U Monday after fill Monday la Tbereor pre-eminently repeal the disqualification In third section of ,
branch of and the I'liited and Portugal.
especially Starting .
Bw fourth Monday after fill Monday April Der every bulnC 8tke the constitutional amendment \*>. laileitvrr .., rw VurU.J. BRANCH IN TALLAHASSEE
aMI" branches which are manner from some (mint on our coaM, it will b carried AI,. JUINeJ(Dem ) lid i he had his w lull ..".. -.-.
W'r.;. FAJJ. TERM dependent upon Southern crops or tiouuiern cua- to IVnnuda, and thence to the Azores, and land hu woui immediately t'lv Iho boiillicrn "'J NEXT '10 l'l MILE NASII'ri OklflCE.nr.l'lml .
The load before the South u Earle*
Ant Monday In October. tw and hard, and long and while its people In Lisbon. It is claimed that the laying of the rlolllve.Into this chambr. Itut he had {L SM"I.LWOI. f"rwerllS..I."I.. -.-
; he with
w must 1.11.1.
.aeeond rough .A
.third Monday Monday in October October. the road there can b nothing like steady, line b.'ee the points mentioned involves mu<'blew the majority. In any IhenlreIlee
,1' Monday la October. solid prosperity there or aoy.'ber in the country. 1.Ior. expense and risk than that of the however hunt, of accomplishing that ohjn t He ( II.. ICTT.; loridu,. > r<-ol rkWK I \( .N.* 'U',.)4"1..114 I LU l.vlIC' 1.k .1
Ut Monday alter fib Speculators may try to furce np prices on the I. rOfU ,U.r.| J Iw 1''I.f'I, and .11..1..1,1 I. (l.ft.Ii! (iiiitcru allllllatll
Monday October. I Britith company. That there but little danger ..oui vote tit tho bill becauw he auw in U a Ilie ; l.rhwll'.1 railed ) Ktmjiifiiieii ,
3d Monday after fib Monday October. hlbel that trouble i over and the Union i of the from the| ril* that --- d.I..a.r.| ,4 1.ler.
1 of failure In this I evident from the rescuing CWllr ) .
after fib Monday In October. redtr But no sensible implr. or maut.turr. respect i t.c now threaten It, not he approved "f It ar* prepared, thrfiuitb rnldrut Arnta, tuadvanc li.lir.. auiiia "f Bt<' dollar* audllliowila I'Vuit in C'anx Hanlinm niul lii-kl
Ia Monday after 4tb Monday October. I merchant, or Lin. that established companies agree to complete the in any particular. .aud>ell 1..lo.lu all lite rtoullurnforts .bk..1".4. .n.1 bOI tritu '." d> (xwll lor>Uluoulba ,
.u self to be cheated into 0eglect the ,or forward fruui New f..rl or du ot Jauu aud July
BASTEBS C nee work, taking the responsibility of failure. Another **! a-.- 1..1 .1 L prcvloua ,tb*Ur l > iry
fcP> CIBCRT. SrKiao Tuuis.tnl caution that out of the ami HUMVixkiry -
l iMil' *
Monday March. grows yet advantage In tlu> luie will be that One M.ien1l.*r ||M> Alarm. LIVKlll'OOL DIHKtrr, I.WUi ) In ii-foc.Iain' U r, a illvUlonU > ,
may nub lut deep water, and the 1 u u .111 .. 1.'I.
work Fo
id Monday March. if they happen to bedrowned. section of the cable I broken the other* a no The romi<|ioiidi>iil nf the ( our frlead* uay Our eoauH-tloua .la tl>- uiula UP of ibn>urulu d< u_I.r *lll rcloiveblaibar
third Monday in March. W.1.logl 'h.co. .. p.'r., i f lu |( In ( Tin ami \VomltnVnn-,
all tha < .ldl.u .
rpuular aucb our 8'1.lu. 11.1.
Prudent business men will prefer to rendered br u tr- nail a* give c..en
.. u.l" baY | Ihe him' 'r and .
M", In March. ArraogulnL (U"I".lle f..1 vllli '
of that AI'II ly lu .. .
V. Ut Monday after 4ih Monday In March. rem dry solid ground, and to regulate Ilertl f.tle for "ginnlnglbe very lOOn tive of the Ita -al ii"l t an.lifn
Or-.Id MOIIda, after 4th .ith a aud continual M.Allluvimtuifuli. 'lain| Fiuu-jr tujio-istiiij
.. lh Monday after 4th Monday in in March.March rene din fr ntr S. Ifmanulacturen The Kausa* and Huuouri LegiaUturc* have takrn .I.n. and call. InMily for caution In any further .W SCOT CO..Tallahassee. h.I. ua"lu Culled Htatea -.urlll...

tlia Monday after 4th tlteir ifmerchanu the transit of Texas violent movement hi tothi l lb.deMMltnra-uoutbtra I
Monday March. may ; mranufea t prevent cattle 0 party. Artor-linjf July U, fcT Ali" 1..llh.I./| | Slick ami Toy Cajulu-it,
their might smaller than States. I the of the mU in are 1.I '
a b across those The alleged reason paper only hope country -
FALL TEHMK.t would desirable I Brau fi-lhivd, Inl Monday In otober.IJti b 1 dfereot that the Texas cattle are infected with tha"Kpanisli tha continued sumof the lU'liml |*rty, and EARLE CUNNINGHAM & CO. Huulhrru rlllci, from 1.llh..r. NVw iiifntun Mint Juli-p Droj*, .

',second Monday In October The SL Louis &p"bl contain* an ankle fever." The more Jrb' utuae i i thU thought Inspire* hi* 'l'p.1 to bU friend* t 1.llu't.U.t. .
lohns, third Monday In October. predicting the business deter which certain dealra with H : COTTON FACTORS ( WEBHIKK..
. fourth Monday that the cattle growers o lU.Stt. to mote 1..II.n. .aays HUNK W Uuiiiau 1'unoh Uro.. .
October. '
i to result from the present condition lie from fair .N before haa Ihe n lit Monday alter 4th Monday In October pL exclude the Texas cat a CWpUII" I\.r pr a. : ... .
lid Monday after 4th Monday the South. closes with pregnant and We SL great Th.11 condetno COIK ta ,I- \ 41 "
la October o I &l la the market. find 1 lb D1 e Merchant IIrall'y) Urol" ,
5th after 4lh .Iuw uf tU with Commission
Monday aay
,_" Monday In October truthful sentence : communication which thi biter view 1 til bb Hamlen
nth after 4th a the in ,
Monday Monday fat-l
October uC "t
r The po1lilap warrants the expectation very welt The writer says: During hut summer thuDd.r.ooJ.ko.e.....f.r I"t'I"f !'..".' ,d1e I. l l .%.. 7i WAI.. .. MiKirr.. WI'1oL.I'Y')" II'''

fl SOVTBERS ((. 8PRJKO TckVM.ido that cr or Dr of cuuiuereutlgloom many thousands of cattle were driven back ular nuijonty of four t'jouanixl. 'T'' j"'P -.- COMMISSION MKRCHANT,

. last Monday In March. depres&iun and Frudent men I of the settlement of Kansas to the Missouri euuutch| 1 but a (baoK"u 24.WVI voU* in te n'p- J JUL" Urol'
. rough, flrat Monday In April .111, aa all kltoulUUie warning, and b Betting coming Hlate* will gi> u Juhoauo party the "m". .:*i .'re.' >. ..'1 ,'Uuwplloulu. .,

... third Monday in AprU.kee u houae* in w<. They a DW at the at Nebraska City, from there tot to 'Lca r..1 in Uie ix-xt J'rcICUI l eldiul A I T"..J. 11""'>*i f'iriurrljr, or .al.0.E rl* OUJWANH.lieu. .

fourth Monday in April, of men who, aiming at the destruction go packing house*. Those very cattle ought t chanre of Inw than fJi te i Co. t".null wood 4.c. NHNV HO'n 1111I Irol'

aeeond Monday May. of constitutional gYrmn' and republican insulations. hare been packed In Missouri, and would have the Ml e"'In (l. )'tIJlv.ni t kwlhao7.IJUIJ I -.- -.i
& ;
would ruin of the wholemercantile the : \\r<* I i exrcKiENX-e IN BALE or In. .. Uunt
FALL T JI1I" cuua a tile Jrm a bayatelU.m been, b.t n a fuolisb prejudice been raised 1 will IUI carry New"Jerury t: tw.011 a Intle over 7. i I"VSI. TiE Win. lUllry, Lttiiu Jrol''' '

ado, second Monday U October: Southern Kansas and Sonth wet)fir against t31 iluuiK" l"dn. and 1h tb.IiJ Cotton and other Southern Proucel Ktrktcy H ,Jouu.uo. VTallabauw, ,. n
borough third Monday October. DOJ. New Yorkcorrespondent TheMr thok U. W. i A. )Mx<4t.tu.. 1 1Ur. 1'ortVitio Dru .
TIMS* 1 XKW Yvu.-Th pajgeage cf Southern cattle through thoke portion C'oun dkuL now ard. reabect/iiUjr >olkil coulxniucnla |
,3d Monday after Id Monday la October. th woulil thU nation bark Into the hand of thoaewbowtrliUd we Jr. T.u.) .
e 3d Monday after Sd Monday la .",. of the Philadelphia tttlger write*i of Kanaa* and Jliaaourt* put pand tu uukt eluC..r hich apply toTIIUM. I. B. l.rl. .url'lll."J .j
it* iniUtlrnl power befitfe the war, ---- .
Sd Monday la November. The dry .ho 11 ore cheerful(c -- ith Court to tha J. PKHHI'' CO.. 1. flle t M"III'&. *.
J I.
a bupmiie .nw" I ITltl.
nB BBBBB.BW BBWnfBfBfBf*BBBBBBBBBBJBBBBBJM. abJ the without, bringing&itli say U February an mere**of THE DlrtacL-1 Emperor of France lugi, ,hich hiu KUugnAal .th period po.I. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. Kc o.T.ru"lll. L.lu".I..u A C..J ArrACIIED TO MY STOUE"IS A v ,

a CAPITAL The Xev York .. &*hiie.the from the j lln .a& to VUcount Hood. Died HAI dl'I.1,1 march i 1 in J.III.l"A W-ljr C. I IwLI.. .I.U 1Ba.kery

attention to an industrial danger and says: tinue diaeoanriog.avi abut the 80: I learn repret by yoar letter that th the people b a poviUly og lo atel l.WU rll.11 I L.nl,. :

if symptom of another outbreak between nothing to do. The and ,11.of the Enirltaliofflctw killed at the buttleof ,hl may ) .a.ICM. .1". I....".". ae.IOOD I
.1..it Bu. .
) only "A men who caa ; .. < T U.. I
and medLine, and the hardwaremen ara In a Mate ae WIb" )( I "wan e
labor U.daw. MdU..u. .
begin lo b* discernible. In T01 (dllwto.tk tho tu ami*, tuUke aud I 'prepared to furnlah any thing In 'laaIlI.
Ihe Journeymen plasterers lately resolved all join upnttjr much the uuu thonu.- fall ou a *,;' ) .n Irp DWA kf-M whi ike for There ffOoU Western men arriving, coun and i the duty of 1 -- -
tLe try
titfbi fcouz ( .. and w* now ala nuuy Ky tat i i Jan. 1.1-07. nII. .
ve Ilia! Uie maMer metliaaJca of that city but 1 an here u kuken on, as yet, and notaJpurcLaen. h ti1. COMMISSION MERCHANTS .. B. POST, A. M. HOBBY, -- ,

been banding Ihemaelve* together for the n.llt i to hold back ineipecutwo upJ m,1 Ike rriaratiuo. o tkene ---

of ow kinffU -_ Muter ma of lwl pl J almost every tomb* al o. up. FOOD rou TB*Mitttoi-.-The Auguata I'krtn- >.. ISA ">..! "tU'' .r.Yt.* "..) POST & HOBBY, ....C...tJOOOWIX........ "..*8.>..WOODS.*.. .."*,*,
in all brancac Kuoei ve the repud* t
ccm bunam
< d to fitU Ig. u (my icU of Thursday, aajs: NEW YORK.
b& hour snoveoenl wnercvev k Bay 'rwsahape. ... There b, sajs the Cbkago Time*, a senluutntIn We.&AI, w SJQ, a toe diove ot wg General Commission Merchants, Goodwin &' WoodfA. '

if. They rigutly rcaao* that if u. FAO.CBy a fcport Bade thi* 11 hkikkUo show ineffably) iultrior ILJ* I Tennt_ beeves throngh o Ir JOHN DENHAM U CO. I*
in one. tnde aiao-fad in -'i-tiinf by a eoomeraaJ bouM in New York. sac NEW ORLEANS
the baltU LU i appears effete u>upena dtapotMi i* to own I bwuMl to '1 of cityI I M SilK 11X0: L
viruaally O
kav bet* that doruir 1964 tber t-ti
ng. (
.e rmali will aooa b* (a atcmk*, etc.- rWIDA Nav. 17. isoa. SO : PAPER AND PAPER STOCK--
11. It may b* expected. Utcreiurt that Md "gallant growing *rr\\
nrea the toe O aiaa drove I" I. ,
h PL f We a U fine bt Ittgt 11 --- -- -- --
or Cn
Ibe couat la tbJ oiy or .elaewhtr lo euproposod tha & snvMfi'-1 to t tUO-o dan," fufUddiAg a dvH escort to \'M going dowo.GrD aW'a dealiualloa unknown. I I Ii *.. ST A.. ttU. t> .w'e_. M>*M. mm**

will bt system by astnie, IB any a greater amount Uiaa La* J bJ /GcBWml JobjwtoBand tte I arioua M* i birtit* bke UM we a rratifled lo _. nnd i I Ikhuw To I3lanters. MTIllliaaia Ii'__" .
followed by combined opouauiat failure* in U Northern 0 For Sale.
during .
uf ilro lo will :
of nuuur mohsnir* Tber is aimalatfL ia l' e aood la pnreal avjtinmenu lo or dcoontiuo*ofthegr that Ll d call la auk* Oub Ailvane** NEW" 'Y'OBX.
every 143 nuluu*, .ith17.CU.OUO UI.U.
1 1 and la th* JAM ..e ... .
have do weuht la UM miads of 1 thert were .C. aaJa realm* "aYw" bCYiu t7 t 4 bWrelafeyrip.TUiai.. yu..U.Cr. C "rop. Writing Printing and Manilla Papen.I'MA'
11 bo are ujfuf U* ri3u srsusn 1.3 UI wi fTTd1 1p11 liiminlty d.ha- fat Uvt* a b W Je f | IUTWAKUfrb i. T. BERNARD, Ar"" ,
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amendment that the present State
Constitutionalist Bovernm .
The Political .ItnatIo.. From tbe Angusta to be regarded as only fmrMomrf, to he! c| ? C

.r from .:,.< otr.o.lro" n. Rh'fori af FlnrMinn } ( ..srreiMlonat. In order Hint our render may be fully posted :..!o*,'.Titor Ill-own on th_ CrlaU. the will of Congress. As thus smenddd w. CC||
The..Moron Ttlrgraph In :,. \'cr- I have been greatly Astonished tit hearing from far us the cnn enlighten We devote much space Ibis morning to a teller of formed, the huh has passed both 110115(5 'SV "*'"*
: tthl l rib itn. 1"I.hi.1 ( VETO. on the situation! so press doubt become slaw, without the Prcsld ? '
\ nor .TOFrn F IJtiov.:'* 1"'II.rheh \1 frl"o Vsrloni sources thnt the ladle of the Memorial TIE them w e shall continue lo publish thecommentS Governor Brown called forth by the request of a lion. This simply gives us a few 'uorelu*

-. print i1c"! h hero, i.ery Justly ( ( It as Association consider my communication of last of different leading journals (.f the number"f citizen of Atlanta. We make no comment grace flcans, which will sanction.Is the best If bat even mccahc.nte, \ ?*"l
.. March 3. our
'. I an extraordinary IIK'umrnt." I l I. all of thai, week it deliberate and, gross In'lt That any W A nlnTOs the Sliprmnn Military I Mil, and In doIng upon II, anal It I II hardly necessary lo saL our tiuce, acid act promptly, we cctay peophe sine Iflhlcrtc( t(
and on
TALLAHASUKK : and "c consider, It 1 Ir.blml., and such construction wmld be placed upon that article :.\tK-The Bankrupt bill was pa-wed country Ing both sldc-s nnd' Hicrt fore readers. to give II a careful perusal i we do not, cii Is lostOtir protnIt adopt

.. ..- m.tJ.r mind and 1 to tho President III w e design gh ATLAUT Feb. 23 1S67. Constitutional Amcndmrnl and nuivcrM ,?ettIt
e I In It Is plain never occurred to ; g.1 ,
I my cnnot York
throw New
n by the
from ,
n UI.klfnllmn.1 .llt. the following would, In m y opinion settle the "et
Committee lo we pub1r.li' fmemlon
Tsicds'f, Jlnrch A, li'It. that to suet'parfnlly per-Ont agalnat nnJHtnn- ,'ltlo'1110Ing Rat InJrKice lo the tle The Forg reported (itxTLtiiiN I t hare the honor to acknowledge communication. lots ever will. U mfgbt hive Ibo farther irS
the the right if AmericansIn Time the receipt or your kind and flattering the
inchviewn protect adjusting unhappy differences
Ilndirali them lo wIth
"urcj tho to any m.luton 1 hi
nios con fn that I tho In.lIueDce
In,1 ,1angrn. m"el ttx>tDs fl THE socrnRHS KV.OIIP While I not pretend possess the President and
gnrrn. of claim of miiK twecn Congrrss. ]
Mexico( and the, enforcement lie[
desire to I confess teas
!Pk If J".e upon ( ";". |I. uf HIP "t with rifa'rcnce to It. I therefore 'wiiii h led ninny pet-ton to tolcrnlotlienn yon are pleased to attribute to me ded sit the while that the question of
Important TI.I 111nl ,e dl\ die, ili.,imotion 1..nr them, Hint In penning that communication American Investments In )(exl.ln liond renw snireoftlie RoronM nut ion Bill who dH- wltb profound gratitude the obllgalions have often I am honored longs lo the Slatw. If they move and extend
who so It
nut hrrc furl her from mind than Intention The conference report retiring \ of H principle, wan the appro- to the people of Georgia withheld ha no reason to be displeased. On the Othcr It
and diin ter follow romp a prnprwl- nothing wan my th IJt1.\ tt holly me with their confidence; and have never Congress refuse to reconiseeralie thai State ,

lion fnitil a mnn of gtfM Infnrnl In nue of the or thought of 1Illlnl any one. Vhtatwat terest 'olps wan 1.loptll It <"'ir I- Son that the longer the subjecl I I., left open from me any position for which I have been a candidate under his dcrection, without goestiibhhshed

.3. i>f the Stntc-n, man iMle-l intention cnn In few wor.1 die of three per cent lon ccrlficatps, of which the more (severe and intolernnt! will be the Icon from the lowest_ to the highest within their lion ofthe ConstllutioalAmeitdment and their aj
greatest unrepresented b uplRlnc last
-- my Imposed (ice South. This was urged gift. suffrage. By a compliance on tiae
million shall iurt of
Te Taa-PaINo sexslii)' a strong hold upon I the it-xptt-i and eonfldenccofalnrteiortlonoflipr There were principles _ume by some fifty only b ottndilg. a* a nn'on w by the South should accept the Ton are pleased to address me ss the sentinel Congress maintains its point of honor, the(tat1
year of be
It lonerepltlicmensurc the carried on In Tenure of office veto was read. The hi was Amendment but it was upon the watch tower," and yon Ilk me, what member of Congress bave be
iniiil-t to Constitutions irpntedbv
Slate TOT | parties controversy recently
heIr ran (
not psii4 should nnbealtstlngly with
CV Persons "ho hftve under the night? Were I the sentinel, the qoestlorfis
I b. supplied wlrt ST-.T W.un. at Iln.bl. discount In all Its lengths In,1 bresdthi, heiglitbs your Journal' the correctness of which seemed lo pnwd, notwIthstanding by 311 11. the S oiitlirrn Ptntp friends, lit the the advice North.of They their reply: The night Is dark, dreary gloomy; States President to decide that The Innftge pride of each one f,,itt

on application at III* FlorhlUm Office. and depths, li|>rin DIP ,frnnind that if HP do not lie concealed by tho community generally, but The Senate went Into executive aemlon.Maceli pretended political the World and other Democrat no rainbow of hope spans the black Imenetrab'techord tit slaked upon the maintenance of Its party ins i *
1 ,
advl-ed by Scarcely a lightIs
1 : submit and, that promptly, all is lost" I htet11ent which appeared to my mind both erroneous and 8-8 P. M. ic were journnl not to accept the Amendment, and seen that upon overshadows Its margin. ns.Bnt I am not the nj sentinel. fortunately between for the ns tipper, while and this the flgbl nether Is progreiii,1.rtnfil simfP,

J I fT BLT OTTO Is and ow receive Agent In S.nn.h to eolr..1'o lor Ilili that UOnIOWN'1 1'1'1"1. prtwenUtlsi 1 dangerous. It occurred t m*, in thinking over The veto has just been sent t the were assured that negro suffrage nor any other I bold no public position! at nvfli>nt beld Imnofllng linea that lag are ground to stom. The longer ll last-,the,5*
Ad.rf.emenl. "ab.erlptoa. for this fact meg tl'n11l1IC'1''r limn lice Constitutional Amendment rcepon.lbOlt( nor have I sought or stir mIned-
It Is willi ifffni plnii ibUitywill tell loileclroy the matter that the best plan making House. do bold In mture.I we are
paper.I could, or would be proposed., the war, nor I ever expect any hero, 4hS3 the icaqstr abei-ahlj
the tine ("mlll'\ success sn fur al' Georgia Is apparent was to carry forward these principles HOPSE.-The proceedings were not generally We lance seen the result of llinl experimentThe have no rower to control events. Were It even what Is best for ci to do I answer,preecat'. ,

I F. B. DiM EDIC IS I.l out duty antlmrUcd Ap-nt it Jacksonville l'IICI'MII Thl'r" 111 lie a division niuong her to their legitimate results; and by tho process interesting until the reception of the at Southern States, with treat |nnnnlmlty, rejected the desire 0 with official of my.n' beloved State to Invest thine adversary qnlekly." 'We are pronrSetj
t for contracting ro ad.ml.lnl.nd tnbvrrlptton, cut obiurd> meg and me acaln orl.thMd..myWB.wish powerless. We can offer BO further &
rtdnctio have rcslsianct
doubt that Amendment now
and receipting snme, "d rollwllngn Ili7M1 Jr ,'hf can siiggt-otion known among logicians M imt two o'clock. The lice lacy pot to accept there Is a power higher dictate their own terms
Jamme conquerors
-1.101 money found at the ItcnsAl HotHr" -**. for the people of the covent counties "A ho favor to show that said' principle were unsound. This President In glel1er that, with nnlvinal negro suffrage and partial will which will deny my eligibility. heightened In severity by the deUtf of the, which ire t.pIE
says, eumlnel and Is with tonqap
tn b Cll' white dislhinilil cmcnt, military government as Indeed my custom ,
I therefore write
-- have I In view and though I to accept them. Because we have lost
to pubilemeetlngawitiian steadily ; .
the kept
TKOBAS SIMONS, Knq., Montlecllo, Fla, ,Is oar pl'Jllellon object the bill t provide a more efficient government to back them up, ns a subtitilte for it And Keverdy frankness without regard to tbe effect which Is it wise stubbornly to sacrifice tbe little tlilt 1 '
urge the showed but little for the principles which stminch Democrat and Sonth1 eommnDlcadon of truth mny have upon ray .._ '!l("
General Agent receiving ob.erlpUonuadentrtn, 1'.1,1101 ul"l rept for rebel States with that care which Its transcendent Johnson, a a to tic P The Arrrtf has gone forth that orinyseif
lovemor 10 tlm t/eglslnture.and rceoni I endeavoring demolshde11 hail n purpose 1 man, toted for Has bill under lIe apprehension present or future popularity. 1 am aware that the among others who were called to
awakens. Ho Is unable lendo0
ito advertising. __ 10n\'lle WA Importance to bets which I feel It my duty to communicate are public
actedon word could bethought Hint If some final action is not now Jakcn, people and direct allaire during tie
tnkc of a single
mend thom to writing bat
.tV f... O. \f. PRATT Is our Agent at 'Apalachl prompt orton. 111 assent thereto. nCIOn a so grave that he something still worse will lie forced upon the unacceptable to the good peopleof Georgia, they happy struggle, aball be disfranchised and at t
7Ve are to '\ It1 but thorn Is undeniably an Insult lo the lire none the less/art on that scconnt. sacrloed. If the sympathies
to receive for sab- sorry Inie. politically
cola, Fla.,and la anthorlrcd mosey the statement thereof may Influence pa country antI the South, lain In thi City of Washing or tto '
and and for the tame.a a large clement In I and NorthEastern Viewing the matter cnnnot fail to b hop well to state that liaise Daring roy sojourn whom we represented were not with ns they wiiiu
.erptoa. .d.rl.lnl receipt ortllm thil totc and enlightened men. The bill places ten It natty be enough npirehcnsion ton, I conversed I Ireely with persons high In authorIty be less thanbatnan. But Is It beat thai

(leorgiii fully 1'"ar.111 follow the sdl seen Hint the strength of the argument against State under military rulers He the are not holly itliont foundation. In every department of tbe Government and lo ns till they have made beggars of the n they he,tIc,3
-.--.- ; the I attacked derived wholly from rmUl1 it I is well understood tJlat hills are in course with men of distinction of every shade of political
1iptiytor. will C" (xl M.rko \l tof tin : wlr lilt nrdrntmipM the principles\ wm His Information shows very children, and plunged themselves Into Irrctrleni!
"er. tJ.00\'I'Mlr. preamble. I
S people which Is represented tbero. was received -
fur introduction Into the sentiment
their thj.t.s of anhnrrlp- of which all ladies have for th of preparation early ruin, when their fidelity can do ns no good? I iklinot.
paper wbll'i | >rtcn during Ihl hitter yearn war, the known abhorrence united ss was Judge Walker of the Supreme Court
thcitlfolvcf arfordlnglf.A tl are in re-organizing their governments next Congress, providing for a swooping confiscation Justice to their wIves and children
tf lion ha*expired, l.m ,11111' undertook In nlonp for his early Mctsnlon shops and gambling "Iolnl The more In- of rebel property in the Southern States of tbli Slate, wbo sccompanlcd tno, with kindness that we do not encourage them In Ibis eouisabove renm. ( !
A H mark after the -lrnlltr| .that that I II the tact grog I o the ba"II of peacrThe face of and My object as to learn the true state An
the effort4 of the Illih' abhorrence the the argument.I and for its distribution the enfranclatacilaictves courtesy. all. if pence, quiet and returning
paper. \ real by hnnipfriiig tense this stronger the bill show Its object to not peace After among of aflairs, and I believe I succeeded. The result may restored to'o'ur Posnt,
---. mooch (toveniment, In.1 wilt not "I".le| from knew Hint the did, loathe and abominate b for paying claims of loyal men for property summed np ss follows : can bo should make It unhappy without country further by the cc.
---- the adopt notoriously obectlon| rlflcc. we Uoiuii,
Slat DC.UI destroyed during the war and for giving designated the "Radical ),
The party
marked with the tinmliet him What he I Is illlng 10 swnllow with nil UICM sinks of ; al,11 knew thai once party usually or delay.
$Advertwmrnla! mil iniquity able In
soldiers will settle the sustained
o hW representation may U wllhOt farms to Northern who Is by the majority of Ito people North.- the have
ttmnTwIll h la.ore null) f.'rl>ld.I Hiirh pnin-r "haste, they will mnkr no wry fneeit at.I It wan dourly shown thai the prnllple upon reference (nwurnnpc ) of lie Ilnwo security of life any or South. Mr. Stevens has declared his purpose, The Congressmen of that party are generally njire- tested Let us to accept do, In good position f Mb. Lei a* w as* see lo already II tint pro.t

I licit I their Olnhritan cook, and think thai all which It bud been attempted to Charity P God willing and he, living," to pre s such a estatfc'e men. laws sro faithfully and Impartially cxecntcd-tlui

1ew ,iiItcrI.cmriit.. food N fit to ml It he lien chewed Bull could be equally well used to defend property. measure ns thin upon| Congress, and Gen. Banks, Tbe Democratic party Is not sustained by the people the most prescriptive loyalist and tbe most clcjnd
It of the North and Is not A Is
gaining ground. *
The excuse for the bill Is admittedby favor
In debate declared himself of such distribution freedman have the same measure of right tni
I Attention ,I" rlle.1 .I lo ,the, fallowing new nil One of the fallacies of this remarkable letter Is Ihnv, ) things which Iho ladle all hate that the the prlmU"1 Mil b f.ll. Military rule to es- Southern farms among Northern soldiers atwavs Government the case after which a successful Is set down war, the party to In lice which Is meted out to our own people AIIO ice-
t I b the ss opposed
that If the Smith slmll lice referred to would at abandon to admit that there be
obliged can
am are no
ertisemcnt! % HIP FtippoHitinm pi principles onc b not for the prosecution of crime,but for ns the only effectual mode of reconstructing the Tot It unpopular.The I future

)' Iul'I.I..by'' A. K. Ipn.LER.1 degrading. terms proponed, the, micMion of the, nil- cd. The object was not In show Charity the\ullhel adoption of odious laws of Soulhcrn society. It may lie safely assumed Hint reconstruction policy of the President Is not the separation Government, and a*of we Ibo have United ebosen State to remain rather ttia
-F.ml mi,lon tif our to ( Is netlletl. Balls anti grog shops are equally Immoral, but tnJ.lmenln.1 the whole body of Radicals Congress will go sustained by the popular sentiment of the Northern seek homes elsewhere, we should BOW do all In
In Ibr
sold, delivered of liargc thy 'ol/n. In character of without on
(j..I. f 1\1ntllvl measure hl. a object for such a measure|Illnol It Is confidently cxp<>ctcd people.'
while el
lira Its
I< -Itval Estate nirency tif Dr. W. It If ATWAIII. t Not RIII. (I rOi I Irary, I. 111'rll' tho argument ImplcI that grog IhoJ arc a great precedent o authority. lop conflict* tInt the rejection by the South of the new The Radical party ls at Issue with the President power bUbfully, all onr we dutlo Mcllhtens.protection As, to we dltibun lire i>

( Mtl. tin of prtilnl; 11'llh'lln tactIc I HoilHesof Con- deal worse than Charily Balls that with the Constitution j Is destructive of blood- terms now proposed will create A fresh feeling of Tbo have breach over Iwo-lhlrds U whole and In each the conical branch amrry.of Congress They, tier It we should look to It ss tbe government of on

'ambrl anti all other them. resentment which will give It popularity and own cbolce. Its flag Is now our Us
grew .during HIP, debute (in HIP Mil Vi 'rl directly Iho ladies person e and have to measure they please flag credit ou
of Leon Igr bought liberty ) be power given a Brigadier The power pass any credit and we should determine,
Tax Bale Tax Colin-tor nmnly the North. com what
by strength throughout measure mij
U'I the Their mor.l Influential leader In the nil (tills were a thing. ; were over hIs Mo. By Ibis means they are constantly
n'\t. lnlel General I Is hunt of absolute monarch lila willis to forget the post, and defend and sustain both
Ilio-1, contrmod. in ) Itself has elements attraction for many classes, him In more closely and limiting his mil
I I -a matknlnlln"l. II hll".ll"l.v iHipnlnrlirnfTfilxint' h, the man 1 ho, 11 'n'IIII to the Ilpl"llllhr| a moment that a grog shop I no law i determine the rights of person and anal Is expected secure the support of the soldiers hedging He stands firmly by what he considers lice right power., and all our ability of In (future. W* have In the Sooth i

1 led the lIt organized | | of wnr c limn a Charity Bull, the whole argument Pl'P in II hotly avows his purpose to support the Constitution and country vast fertility and great natural resoarnt
n.I..lllol of need We
dispose lands and lii They development have entered
Lodge: NotIeLOM. .. -the Hcmtlon," TIIAD. STKVP.NH, .1"11.1 1111 he'l'n"IIIII'lt of Ihc fragments falls to tho ground for this I.the Is erYI; gl.Ithln Il may lie supposed (that the Supreme Court will maintain the Just rights of tae Stales under the Con- ere. We need capital and labor. Neither uponnew nil
I trict makes his He still bold tbe iloctrlne thai State
) owi stitution.' no
___ Cle. g a final barrier against the ultimate success
E\'el.t till difficulties
which foundation argument come our are settled, and our ptA
lo pledge
HO very upon could did out of the Union and that nt th,
or ,
nl'1 Is criminal which lift demonstrates of such But it lw rememberedthat go
needful project must
AT lo sustain ; every A cal states defined. Every Northern man or liirtln.
life ran trJ.r.rm'I-F\'II'lhlll I S II Il' FR1K'n. face tif the bill mind occurred mo that I Georgia, adds to her wealth and should be rciciifess
Inl', the on I never once now, bl''onelall.lollbt.lnllol'Ol' such a measure; deny his of reconstruction and ,
I need make break They power contend
tU'inenU.Prrsonstleslnmsofiibtalnlng. nppctinto contain n pletlgp, but HIP same' Mi-lion could possibly bo misunderstood and I was there | no rtport| can up courts; and thai,of tho five who would Oppose| it,one if not that as the power to make war Is vested In Congress, amend, and treated as such. In our dciir*
--- make and criminals condition, If men who void of tbe better feelik
Judges his ( are
jurtrs ; Military two will probably never again sit on the bench the to make and establish Slate
in vthiili, ". this Is (the 6th.) likcwl 1 ice fore not but Utterly amazed power peace re government of
Fanus are roni- pledge given, only deeply grlove In the State In our nature come among us lo Insult us by |thence |
Courts of his own linking and .tho officers of In conseqcnco of extreme age and illness A law lalely rebellion, rest also
Heal Eslaleagcnl of excuse for, continued rejection. nt the Interpretation was put upon my article. with They are a unit In the let ns refuse to bandy words with tlieni
mended to Dr. W. It IIvwxnn, funll.hC ground Uemm his of mitigating was passed moreover, at tInt last session, which Congress. denying validity Compared with the great mass of tb* Northern 4

1 CamlirkVe, Mil., That j'nlh'mal U ",,1 This Is found In tho reservation of |iower I Instead of the legitimate Inferences from "b1Inat a single In"te81 rule such courts declares that In case of the death of a Supreme direction of the of the State Provisional government Governors formed appointedby under the pie, these characters are few, and,must soon[Jk

f HIP Consll- cither offensive Insulting to th hlr.nC Court Judge, Ice vacancy shall not be filled until place to better men. A man
known here, and from his high no oneiloubU In Congrcm lo nfllrni or disapprove Hint article being or the President Tbey are also a unit In sustaining magnanimous nt*
llflrler would divide rwporglWlily, ll more cruel the hole numlter of Judges shall have been rejoices over the of fallen
making w sufferings a advcrtirrf
i lx tormetl-a lucia would lice Indies in reality such as do honor to the Constitutional Amendment proposed the last
lhat whatever hi tution Unit they are
representations : may IJ.wer" Tim will heal
limy and unjust; several dictated by humanity reduced by death or otherwise to seven. The session u s basis reconstruction. And since Ibis most of our wounds, and we Slit k
nmko In rcferrnce; lo the diwlnihleniiw Of"Rlilll not have been n'"lllf ll was thin 1\1"1 loadmit. their moral sensibilities. The only correct con- prvllnl chances are, therefore that within tile next yenr I bas been rejected by the Southern Slates, they now war were enemies, will sooa be In peace Musi-
Introduced b to restrain Is
the could be drawn Irom of the LI ofcn Ibo Court of the United States will !IIIllho"ulbly be I/unite determination The sooner Ibis Is the case, the hotter for the bti
In Maryland lie relletl on. Sec hi. nilirllwinent On this subject wo copy following elusion that any part Supreme In the that no State shall t>e roll In view

I may 11.1 cxprcwtptl flews ""1 Hint (conservative I'I.'r "- fragments, which could by any possibility offend imperative i Eh officer may The define 1"Iely"aring ILSenator In the hands of tho Itiuliials as' admitted u"eellooary nor Stales shall the be recognised Slate governments or established of tb.lo-till best country.that we, aa the uf these conquered considerations, yield the, I pubic think.

own temper. Congress
--- | Baltimore Sun: Ihe ladies, was simply that they had made a mi- t gag tle Ilb each Slate bas adopted the Constitutional Amendment controversy at once.It H1I ?
"A OATIIKBBB or FitAoocNi.-ThIo author the ball and chain 3e his choice. A military Johnson's misgiving, therefore, would and Into It only remains forma to add, IbM I Conaide.
wlt.11 Incorporated Constitution
a .But the question Is, ..llt hold out the most bike with reference t the ground upon which commander of this bill seem to have a very substantial foundation In Hie of tmlMrxil mandhood a guarantee In the duty of the Governor of Georgia to call the 1 U

of tlilt communication disclaims any Intention diitant prof-peel nf thin restoration of thin, they lieu defended, the Charity flaIl But this ulter te provisions probabilities of I the future.-Al Y. 1 lHrl. opinion also a unit In their suffrage.determination Tbey arc,so Islature together without delay, and to recounts
either to the or offend tho 1'llhlr may condemn t dlt without trial, thus avoiding Ibo passage of an act calling a convention of t
en.lbiilc cannot bo regarded conclusion thai soon as tbrce-fonrtbs of the Stales which they call
won A mini examination of HIP bill nnd of certainly of
11 this State
Executive people lo so change oar Slate COB
sanaion. The oHlllle Journal
Ladle of 4tMoclntlon-an4 we .ro 11.1' authority given on Hher loyal by which Is meant the States represented In
the motives and declaration of HIOHP v ho (minted Is Insulting to any Unite creature, for all such officers To .*.'" Hecstsixtrssetloss Bill. Congress, have ratified the Constitutional Amend lution u to provide for universal suffrage In es
lure, from our of him, that ho amount aggravated fortuity to the measure which ho passed Congni
\ nr knowledge II.{.llwli negative reMpa'naia.. It dll'not mean; creatures are liable t make mistakes. the t dep.t.m A Military bill or a Reconstruction bill, or ment to declare It adopted cud to enforce their known as the Sherman amendment and to
lo'dtlegate subordinate
suA Intention. by ; prow
no Certainly had we power eonstrnction. This (lass have tbe to do. It
ba sup- Tho ladies of the Memorial Association are en dlpt.m t whatever else It called has both power
and noun of Its ,ninnlpulalurs' undentloiMl, it to may J)0) passed tact for the early election of a Legislature which t;
Is fixed that the
the that therefore s Constitutional
that there waR anything Improper or often- *, bill declaring punish or Houses Congress. It has been sent to lice adopt the Constitutional Amendment In
p that the Southern tee lo be ndinitled glellin noble and holy work |f one which all Ie Illal Amendment will be adopted In a very abort time, ss accord
le his article, ll would nut anti should not 11'1. /I are I In which I cause to b punished. -Ti power has been dented President for his signature bllt.'rom lice political It was ssld when I left WashIngton they lacked but with laid requirement We now have the SMUFIM
under Its between hits lime anti good lulL approve ; one ba'xlie of Congress In the of Ibis bill,that tbli
bar appearel In our columnp.I .- provlxlons mel bop the English hundred ) I In character of the two that have im.sscd a single State and It was expected thai more than passage ui.j
the next Pretideiillnl" election. Is the fixedpurpose them abundant success, and I would deeply rO klng f lv years It, and from his own, wo are compelled to feel one would act very soor. settle Ibo question of our admission. We shall wa
I that time
We look In tile better Lei with them
no which speaking English get terms. as comply ,colt
par Ihe"cOltrvery" of those Iu In exclude (the Southern gret any of mine that should hinder them sure that be will pUt his veto npon It. Ho Is Upon the above point there exist no division of bo
to In the next
gave rice to his communication, hit our sympa I..wer In its prosecution.le Thai plans have been language have borne no such servitude. Imund to do his duty whatever Ice Senate opinion which I I. worth notice In the Radical party. possible.ready represented'- Congress at tu

.1! thl'were with the and we heartily Slates from, any pnrtleljiatloii In Hint l'k'llol, any forth Il reduces the popitation of ten Slates regard- and House lieprespntallvrs and the rest of the Just here.however, a diversity of opinion com I respectfully suggest that tbojieopl* of them'f
Ldl. adopted by the Association calling Tbe radical of the whichIs
nnd, tfic bill U device that Intelligent mences. more wing party
a so transparent ( no epr. loss world may <, cal counties of this Stale, who favor the
them the In of color ex or condition and within protwi
wl.he mOt abuldalt sucrea to be that dons ol disapproval from the clergy, Is something strangers The bill,which has passed Congress and which not a majority, nor Is It st present sustained by a action, bold public meetings, with ss little dtliii
dt''I".111 pnrlieular. of
the of the North
Is for
tal IIh their lImits to majority people stilting
which It
any" plans' might deem to abject degrading slavery.
they proper and the
The cxldeneo Is cnmplelo the face. which I sincerely deplore. These plans, which will certainly be passed over Ito Executive Department aside Ute present State governments as absolutely possible upon Governor lo com
assist them In procuring means for Iho noble piirpoara > uMin| have been objected to by the clergy may be answered "officer* are just and human of the Government has not been given null and 1I01d. and declaring acts done under them the Legislature and recommend them to take pros?

t they had In view-purpose* which, lint Tor of the 1,11.1! ( We pointed out some da}'s / maoy- lde ," Doubtles they are equally so with other to tho public. We know only Iu general scoi>o void except such ss Congress choose to : action.before the The Governor and Legislature were cheat j I
of the which In last Constitutional Amendment
,hen the bill went down from the ( grew out plncllle my and intention. It establishes Military Governments the repudiation of our State war debt, .pproe',11, was propOHl
them, have been accompllnlinl !.II. classes but the history ofthe world Is written and I respectfully submit thai II I* their lmpcm.ii
woul no communication I endeavored to show were untenable tbe Suites Ac. wblcb wonld rati
slavery by ,
.Iho 11 fill clearly contemplates, Hint the Military Despotism, over the ten Southern '
In Ibo
duty, present condition of the I'
relief and suffering and N'IOI vainly tailing to show the danger of unrestrained sfso desire to under country
wo They
poor ; hOle| people uf tho several fttstcs, In HIP constitutions ; and believIng I dl.l. that forsaking States anti disfranchises, all persons who were fy. place ns military gOY'eroment take the necessary steps lo refer Ibis qnestioi 11Ibe I
that that has Ion said will Induce authority Is almost Invariably tyrannical prominent officers military or civil In the rebel till State governments can be orjranlred upon of the ballot box. The
nothing thll shall exclude from Uie elective thetw plans would add strength to the Association their plan. In the organization the, wish to exclude people asosl appropmk j
t abandon their labor of love, lor If they slmll they may mlll and attract to It the and assistnnceofiitf when the ruler (a stranger) la appointed by an lion.The not only from eligibility to office, bat from mode of doing this, Is to order an election for ddt

do what lo become of the of their fl'III tliooe who had participated In the rebellion. .ymplhk. unfriendly power. It wa tried In Hungary and people of Hio South, If wine and fmdent. the ballot box and the jury box all JXI-MJU wbo tottmtarilu gates to a convention, lo act upon the propotiu'
a objects This meiins, ofrountp, the Vthllo population iu Iho eertinly ought can live for a time under such damnable participated In Ibe rebellion, and to Place now submitted by Congress. This titer cannot ij,

charities an Indefinite ex lent, with not not to bo regarded, a an enemy for attempting to Poland resulting In sufferings which aroused ny ns this lint If they consent to It, they deserve the government of tbese States In tbe bands of tbe propriety refuse, If that people demand Iu Let :*'

In Uils connection we 1 Ish to say that ThefloriJian t exceptions bring about this result. the sympathy of the world. In Ireland, though It They don't deserve it and they will never fow whom they call loyal men among 111I1; and the people If the speak.State will this
now to be Hut I that adopt line of policy sod Ik
as much at thoU If fault there WHS, .lml..1 unsmiling 11,1 tempered by the principle of English law II begot consent to it. They would sooner see their beautiful freedmen wbo as they expect would form State Convention will memorialize asking Us
1. Slate ndopt of thill sort With tho high respect which I have always entertained clime helmed beneath constitutions forever disfranchising us, and depriving Congress ;,
ali 1 the Dead Sea. There
In the Ihnl and denounced the Judges, officers and others
of cruelties. The county neceuvri
stating amount receiptsof Indignation of all abe In ,
us participation In
I. T&n/in shall accept the conxlllutionul 111'III\lt. .11 I for lice Indies I L a moral Impossibility Is not a titan In Congress, not even a Radical the execution of the laws. Tbe Government bills known or the the efficient working of th'e Stole government. h i
"l'arlly nll. paper gave the same offer the Inuilt of them French Convention arming deputies with similar who thinks, or pretends to think that of relieved from the of the CouitctdatAmendment !
the fifth section goes on lo provide that tin ( >n- for me to lightest lo any any the military bill and tbe Louisiana bill,which passed tbe provision
r III a.tat splcey journal," with the addition and I deem unfortunate In having power, lent them to the department. Massacres abolition propositions regard lo tho South are House embody substantially tbese m..u,. In 1 believe the petition If present il
or Mite rtinttiliilluin myself very
affirm oftMr
rmak that It was a brilliant succiiu"-and gm nay diI1 murder and atrocities followed; an imtpontAU constitutional Tho Congressional: Radicals scorn addition to Ibis, U Is believed to bo their ultimate a proper spirit, will be granted, snd we stitUiosbo
.. may n CIII.1 deny reprencntallonIn been misunderstood, and In consequence looked the Constitution. They deride it as an"old fogy" design to cooflscato the property of the Soutb fur relieved of much of Ibe gloom wbteb U now ti*
a 111
such It The between whet law
three does
receipts were 1" r fitUt not ttbrt. spread over the whole South. If tbiltn
1' Congress. Would have latin thin as capable showing them document. At HIP bare mention of It, they turn the payment of the war debt of the United Statesso
and four hundred dohlitrsvery linmlsomo I.. exItrins 1101 dllrCpt Have the establish the educatciior proposed In tbe Sherman bill, I confess I MIS
contribution that the will we power to and carry their noses at an angle of forty-five degrees. soon sa popular mind North can be 51fr-
Congrensof Iliac hope ) up hope fur the HUB I
to reject, sincerely future. Should we accept'
r..rvliion power excited lo the and
t Iho limited means ef the 111"clatol'; after literal t compliance with ex at.ted condition kindly received by the ladles, and that It will Hits measure Into execution Certainly we are They usurp the power to do what they please difficulties proper, If any point are; admitted to obviate to exist constitutional trust the example of Georgia rosy be followed t ',a--
f too, which would liars r'lllrll I I'r b not deriving the authority from tho Constitution merely su>'iug if the Constitution and Ihu law s by amendments conferring the rat- other Stales, and that Ibis vexed question ma J ins1,
In& their minds of their necessary
If It had not Ix-en the pnrjxwe to njit?- Impression with are In our much the for the power bo s14
j ofbegtrlngto mlxehy simply dh'a\11 or acknowledging limitations. way so worse Constitution laud by three-fourths of Ibe loyal States. This class permanently settled upon the best lermi :' '?
Infnt drl nppuul- dlfTerent Intention woiikl reference former communication. and the laws." wo will ever bo able to
A have cxprcfwpd Itself t my 1 I. nol believed to be a large one at present but If get
log t the higher principle of charily. The balance of the message consists In elabo. What 10 What U before continue to I am aware of the rapidity of lIce changes eta
ln'ttl In an unqiialiflisl pledge lo compliance Penult me, In lo make a few remarks are wo epeel' us? w* reject the terms proposed by Congress
SO, Mr. .OAT.tIRIC' 1.111 upon 0111111 rate constitutional arguments embracing copious Who can answer 1 President Johnson U bound It U believed, it will grow rapidly In popular are required to make, and of the natural pets
Bliice writing the above we have Thtfrittitrl with the terms hlpll nlw"vtr. lo remove wllli rf..nC to tho slU'inpt made by the extract by his oath of office to maintain the Constitution favor, in the Northern States and that politicians dice which our people entertain against negroid
.1'1 all doubt as tu expected of Ihe Editor of Ihe Sentinel to show that he U possessed and the Laws. Congress makes audacious now disposed to be more moderate will be obliged frage. But we should not forget. In yielding uswo
of tday. and If wo do not reply lo Its 'I.". The speaker ruled that two-thirds could suspend an to bend to the alorm. Inevitable necessity, (hat these peoplesre n*
Hlatr In lice structure Ibelr constitutions tif good qualities. I would suggest attempt to destroy or paralyze the other two Detriments
lt anal abusing t The other wing of the Republican among us, and naturally sympathise with tu. I"
It In
this Itrcauae called
simply the rule party
uuut alulon t paper In Insure Its Ihe proviso was a.ld.l. In him however that too much of good abuse, like ; rendering flllibustcrlng out ol' the of the (Government what will be hIs Ibe moderate wing do not desire to destroy or conduct during the war proved this. If, lIeS, J

1e o.lr thm too puerile for 10tO. Una the of l'IIII1n. motlon-of Mr. loo much of any other gtiotl thing, I I. good 'for question. The bill was passed yeas 183; nay 47, duty The answer to this question if made by drive u* from the country. They know thai com. treat them kindly, pay them their wages promp*
thing we the editor him 1"rolhan n.n" Itp.'ltt'C.OI -4'see.connevtrtcivwJ- him, demands the noblest courage and the highest lII.rclal.nd general prosperity caunot long continue and In all respects deal Justly by them, weilfc
k score wilarI \ agalnitt the Willlof Ilwa. that nil titanic diMjuallfled (frnin nothing. The Editor has so far ovrdono his ( ) Ilalc lllanMhip. We do not assume to render If the present difficulties remain unadjusted. the la seldom hare cause to complain of their rerun*

<lo holding Inh by the coiiHtitulionul! amendmentKhali work Hint It seems t me he has lost his temper, Editor StutinJ: the answer. We have confidence In the President bor and cnvrgr of the South paralysed and thai rtbOL wishes, or consult our Interest It*
of'! Uiis journal w too, "hnl.lol" him aDd bllmHI..1 ad1III'1'II.We financial panic and great depression must be Ibe ul
I to publish' them. They might'e divert the I public lie debarred Ir"l taking |mrt in the Htale and Iu 1'"I'III'Il all control of his mental (l DUB 8n:-The Charity Bull was a complete cannot possibly the timate result They therefore, ..iN" t tll Bfet As the question which I hat* dlscusd J
i/ifinlrr ulties. The word .Bcun-Uoim," as used by him1 escape apprehension of the question. lInt they are as determined v.ul; Importance to the whole country,and I)
rutingfnr This ti
The realized as
amount clear
mind from more serious matters In these gloomy C'I"I'llolllr Uunof. .u< of all expenses (that whatever course the President may take In ultra wing In their opposition the sot wish to be misunderstood or mUrepreseH-

t tUang-wbauging don't hurt body, al.1.hl coimiienlury \nol only I (full .'|..than of lice means low, Indecent 111j"llb" and no one was f3" This does not iurlude calico regard to the atrocious bill Congress, a terrible icy, and will, si all hazards maintain lo Prcaideal the power s pol ct request the editor of each newspaper wbocommcSjjpon

not of any Il'lllll of the IIllh ccitt lion, but It U Ihe assertion can help obthlg that \U"L"dirty, slimy dresses. The above sum has enabled us to relieve civil war Is Imminent If so Heaven avert it- Congress over lbs whole question of sUJtutmeul ... my letter to give It entire to his retitn-
te.a wanting plenty Ihllow'IN"* for iilliriiir of the ofCititgrc'ina canal others,w a which' The country has sulfered to the utmost extent of They tell us hit we complied with every rcqulre- This is due alike to me and to the public.
who twaddle for rn and tot 11 untt a".ollt(xiwer 1'.ngr tlt.y. .lh phrase many destitute widows and orphans.Bespeetfbhiy. Its power to endure. Would that all knavish mont made by the President, whose juruJlciioo over Praying thai the God who rule lice Bnirux'

argument. Another remark-We ratDa not tat ar the whole tiiti hlve ,
and with (fnini liiNiw lihln I I.we Stales."Hut t".fullll of l'urioul w bile there U not a single Mrs. MARY KOBKBTSON lies*.-LauitrdU Jour,.,. tag as (hats claim all power In the premises, tendered richest blessings upon oar whole conmu, la
knowingly malice aforethought the Constitutional obedient
very respectfully, servant
ns Amendment settlement your
prit lhat v IM not The final word In the fragments that at all nwmbles scurrility Treasurer. -. .e.- t Bun
enough. which Jesira
.11 claim liberal
ted covert, unjust and unfair asuaulu they was when tendered by the
ulX amendment uf Mr. Hielhihargcr declares thai un -S The Kfleclt. of Ihe Asne-adoieau"- conquerors lo thai conquered' rejected It, and In Messrs. Foster, Alexander, Collier, and eliOt
saf t b made through our columns. In /.._'. ArlloB .r the ".pre._ :..rt. their language burled II back In their This ..
(lillhe iH-ople\ of(how State admllvU I am afraid thai the Editor has but a limited W.rk. teeth. -
particular Instance mentioned, It was our Intention 1.1111 t The Aunvnu' tnttUigenctr discusses the the, say, greactiy Irritated the of
people the North
The New York Sun In pro- Keller fltr ( ..
article under this (keurs Ulalefc
a an *
In acquaintance w ,Whately Aristotle
to correct the "thrust"" and we /.ln..llulill CmigrcM any ,,1 gorrmmfnh It 1"1. ,or- visoes of the well known Constitutional anccaused them to demand of us, not only the Constitutional
a-le /yrJ-Mf ,' ( |"lihiif he C.tt.llol hate seen anything insulting In the caption thus speaks: The exacl sphere of weman Amend Amendment,which we base rejected,but ST. Louis, Feb. 18.-The committee spi-i'1''
sought the for the IlurlM 0 doing all t.1 llimwcoiiHtiiiilioiii.tN"'i, f I'OUI 101111. for while lw In and her mission In the ,world are Very flue ment" and saysIt i to add lo ll universal suffrage. And they now tell by the Southern Relief AssocIation to d in
so, could nut obUla It In lime.S Ih.-y may /tl 11.II'r Fragments ; I may pardonable. being now assumed by the leading Radicals n* that nothing leas will ever be accepted by Con the (toads raised by the late fair and by voitIt'
.bt, uiihury bill, as u ill us the present governments.) Inches not t be tery couveisaut with the rules abstract questions to discuss, but not particularly that the above provisions are part and parcel of gress or the people of the North, and that the rejec contributions have made B statement of ll Fccetlmgs.

THICIXIMHIS (jfAUTLULY. ItttMICW./ur JaitUtuny 'lhal lie II'I..llr.\1.1""II'lly. and fi'ill I i, of logic, It la ( certainly not pll"DIIloln an Editor. profitable to die class women w ho stand most the Constitution us it certainly will be if some ed thou by of Increased these bv rigor the Southern, and Ibe people Kill be fallow From the estimate It appears the *

S 1867. We are indebted t the LKUNAHU rttpertt 11 / "jmniutuuM, ""/r"f tilt I advise him,UI"rfor.t tlbl ,month in need of help. The sphere of woman, Uke that Southern Slates adopt it, right accrue under II rebels from all political privileges general If not exclusion by the ap of elation put into possession of the conimi" *

SCOTT PVBLIKUI.NO Water Hlreet, New Unaibsla4i II ..", Unit tu ilJifA, /,, Instruction In the .element before he again of man, U decided 'tut her by circumstances beyond that cannot be impaired, direolly or Indirectly by propriation of their property lo the use of the Gov sum total of$124,74aS8.
Co..3 ltV ll.tn. actS ol Congress w hii h conflict with it For iu- ernment There had been distributed by the cuiio-*
York, far the January number of Ibis lirprinl.- or<'/
Contenti-1. Charles Lamb and some of his com tiftlce under such '\i.ictttttl govrnimcnts, all acquaintance with these 'elements has(alien U opportunity to learn and work at all branchesof Amendment absolutely Inhibit military governments adoption of the Contlitutional Amendment by n* their meetings, an aegregale amount uf l tb1

Ibo with reference Industry on equal kruis witli men in the features In this should be received ss a settlement, they reply thai 10 the IBOi February 1867. This Li'1 Htlutributed
2. The Cholera Conference. 3. liuuLs 1"'Illlhul 0 enlitletl In votes and none others, lot gravest errors t nay cotumuuicalion providedthe exposed article. they so intended It, and that up ,
p. entitled mail himself lo the ridicule work to be done 1 lii suIUxl to their capacity, Nol to particularize may generally stated thai the such would have been a* follows: In the State of Vita
C>r ( Childn 4. Crime In the Hlate are to ttile lindtrthe pro\kltmof exjm.. in the result And as sn earnest of their good filth $13,782( North (>'*
0 respects| that the ConstitutionaL Amendment ; Mia8i38lppi, 0,140
New York. S. The Wet k'l Itcpublic 1II'II'rlo. the Bill kcclion ; and, no |" ison shall lie eligible t of every thinking man who reads his |wper.. A great many light mechanical occupations are treats s|'ciully. the destructive law just of the Tenne, point*to M their when action the adopted la the prompt the admission *6,9O ; South Carolina 18,030; ; 3liodUi I1tla

184M. 6. Game and Uame Luna. 7. !l1.Itil- any ullliv imder such. pnitUloiuil gotrrnmenl The trash," as the Eloluftl.S".tl terms better adapted to women than to ml'D. and they passed and Indeed any act conflicting with any anti the action of tbe Senate In reference Amendment to the mod-, Georgia |3, 40; Alabama $5,813; Tetu>"

ualuuiu H. Vankif Humor. 9 '::1,1, ._ who ,",1.11.> ..1" it..aiding>nirPUilder uiy IraguuuU, cll.i"u'l ihiedy in l.rot'IIlt.l.h should nol be debarred from entering new fields of its parts it is null and void. If the Conslilulionat lacaiioo of the teal oath, lo permit one of her Bunaton $3,430; Arkansas, $3,790 ; Louuiana I'''f

nu-y and IriiJi KcnlaiiL-ni. Ihe |iru\Li"",of the third article of the con- down iu dcfimUiig tlw Charily Bull, and yet this of labor by public opinion. Women should he Amendments do not apply to the len excluded lo lake When his their seat who was very hostile to their Cherokees and Choctaws $9,127 ; JIC *
flutes as States then there wai'no occasion party. attention was called to the fuel $3,000 ; Florida $1,700 : Texas $.VKI; K
Tbeirkieuf the fjiuirttfrly Is |4 a )cur; the .IIUli""ul.m"I.IIIIL' l.0Ign.III.1.f es astute Editor calls me a "moral siatcngcr" because allowed lo prepare theuiselt for a greater ari- for them, and no ground exists for assault that the people of the South regarded II very bu $73. The general distribution by the laiR'

four ItovUiMS and lil.WkW..Ai, f IS. the right at any tune to lhi w..IIJ Nl/no oriHpertaU I gtl'r up those fb'lll Now a ell occupations, Instead of overdoing two or upon such Slates for having declared against elusion mlliatlng of to their be required to record the decree of ex ecutive ooiunilttee was $8,081.

--- -- Ibo Staleguterumeiits na may lie scavenger 1 person w ho scrapes t.g'ller and three branches of labor, and thus keeping their sold Constitulionul Amendments If the case of ted theIr will, from representative positions of men official, who only trust execu, Il U perhaps proper, that we should add*3

Two lUuikfMS. IN TiE .'III.D.-The 1,10 IniliaUil. I Ilrlallnllr hingimge .any carries ol tho/tfA of I (ity." This L I name own waguuaahtwuilothe minimum for which they such States was icrovideal for by the Constitutional reply that the position of the conquered I Is always they above, for the information of our friends u *'

crat* of the Fourth Congressional of afford Ui. Amendment then no mere act of Congresscan humiliating But Ibat this was no more snort that if of the IbOvt id*
hitch be It is idle bnsulllatlug portion
U.lrlt meuuiug, this L a 1,1.'gl ol coutiuued excluniou, w .oman lullr as thinks me, I could can possibly '" to It and than U for any *
overstep declare the Slate Governments was General Lee to surrender his sword
Connecticut lone uouiinuted $,9U5 has been North Carolina ao
sent to
I Wlllnll. Itur- and the bill may b( .n.hrln vain /.1 any distinct never 0 iudt' t apply U> al.tlg I have complain of lower w ages, .r employers every- it l legislated concerning ,void. or provisional to General Grout, when be bad no further means of edge of il has readied the Executive of tw*; L'a.

IUm oSullbr. as their candidate for Con- proimV'of I'f n'h.tll..u lo tally Slate of the ever yet heard o the lathes either o hero w III, of count), gvl w urk done as cheaply or territoriaL it successful for resistance ; inch no more humiliating than nor have we seen aUusion loitins jr
'rltnl any
tu, under the
gress. tero are now Iwo Ihtruutus in the bouth. I that with all their cakiug| But as a matter of 1..1. nol as they ran. The trouble U thai women overcrowd If the destruction bill of Congress were brought to meet la solemn convention direction and of the PreUenl, lion of the State.-Joes SnUiuiWe
il"111 .ld
field-Barnum of &ul.bury, and Uamum of fcued zeal II Ivo.f negro suffrage and coufldtuce I'N- mean to d anything 0 the kind hiiuilC This one particular department, and so depreciate does up for nol decision suppok*Ufure that a the lUll Supreme bench would Court not, v.T declare o nance of secession, which we bad repeal passed the with ordi ao have not heard of any part of uV 7

'e Bridgeport showman.; Barnum the irou man and Barnum in lue. loyalty of their voles, the Congn-a- only jirovcn that h ought to add to the study o the value of their labor. It would be the iu uooonatitutioouliiy Mlvfcil What true burniliatiug mans demonstrations loan ll was of for proud us, who defiance boasted-no of more having been sent to Florida, but we '

I the The Democratic Buruum I I sioiial uujorily, nu)' their \f' high l'r..I t_, (bar Hedge and Whately, the study o Worcesur same with. Ihe wages of men. If they should all statesman or eminent jurist any w,here in the State credit, to be required to repudiate oar State our that some correspondence has been b5I 512'

man ole wealth and solid r"I'ltIOo. Identified that thtf uegrtHD w ill Out .cuuii' the cueuiits of I JohUMia and \e.; and until be does know follow one calling. Women should make an ef. broad hind would not so deciaref Such a monstrous ter war debt bad-aqd no njofe humiliating than It was, af Governor and that he has reconinieuJt-d -

and wi te business Interests of the district the whites of the Stmlh, and if enlruMed 1 with something mor abt a1 these auL I cannot fort to obtain a wider scope for their usefulness thai would measure command undoubtedly the approval' challenges of the a veto proclamation we contemned, to ratify U Mr.as pan Lavcoln's of Iba emancipation Constitution contribution he plated' in the h hands of tlw I'**

possessing the respect and confidence of then the ballot would not n'rll for the pcrH'Uiuliou| ul'l a kinder whit for the I" ta tall. and they may be sure thai if they can do any try. That it might receive, upon a full and coun just of State the oiled States, sad incorporate ll Into our I of the Memorial AsaocUtttiMi, where it '1'fUi.thfully

IXIIUlty. J I said that he I veiy Y oe.irou, of the power of UiepreM'Ut dominant party.Therefure .- gh I ot er w riling an.tlg in their d"f..ol. kind of labor as well as men, and at lower rules, consideration ol the subject the support ot more Waca oonsiuntlou.told thai so Urge a proportion of I I disbuiwa (or the relief of the ""

4 o defeating namesake and wil'IUlO the it acema the uuiiu u t U- placed be- Hoping that, I he learns more of the art tif they will find employment The public, insteadof shall than a be third of the House of Representative who phi have al some lime la their lives, held office our ,pea-anal I I KlUort F&irltlhis.

canvass with vigor. Ne'ebe'e, ho with find all -rud and discouraging this endeavor should sustain regardful of the public opprobium I at sworn la support that Couiiintlou, of tbs failed
)'lld |* euture, that otrui lure t>f the 1111lln. bU er with rt'nc to the and wilt attach lo the immeasurable States, that se- -
of ibo I
; the act political adoption bf the
1 Bum .b"wall a tough customer. It : Southern Stales dd.'t until Hit! next 1'ro.ideu- fragments" *ill h 0. fcikl know ing that countenance It, so that sensitive women might Infamy i iM quite poceable.S render 11 next to Impossible for us amendment organise will our I f CuAkoBOF Scauocu.-We are glad 1 '

wold b very remarkable I a man H bo has I|: tLtl lection shall hl ve passed titer,and vf t'lr. they cuuuot 0 Ct ut bcixotntt at {Itt not stand back in dread of criticism or ccnsur.It courts without the Importation of Judges, or to dud able to direct attention to the change U *?(*atuati

spent h lifetime In successfully humbugging I bejund that lime as uiuth longer as thctxlgcu- fool enough t reason, I Cuuuucod him t hisatueikta U certainly hard and unjust that the reward ol !>!*.. Mice. the Miluallos*.. they suitable were men nol aware to nil that our this county class offices, they say of the passenger trains of the 1'. A.:* t; v ,
was adverttocmeniptnntendcnt
the people should filially be humbugged hitu.wlEWepredictthattheihowinanwilwin. ) tics of jiow er may require. aud bid hiui; adieu.I omen should nol IM b# according to their toil Dan lice I the ctlibraUxl Jiow man, having recently It is DOW represented to be, but that Congress so large will aa By reference Bryson to il the will be seen thai UV

--- I .!Meantime, what may occurf The niiblary I am, )'O respecUully, but Oils is one of the defects in our ttxia] system made a tour of the Southern Slates, fires still them base, and the that power they,do by a nol two-tblrd doubt thai vote, to reheve I coming East leaves Lake City 8-10, 5- ,

OUOUST ON THE MlLI-TABY Go\tKNUE.NT Ilrll'| and their ol'I(>I.IlIIM. Matured through A OATHEBEX OJ f411Ult that can be remedied only by preserving effort at lib opiniivii of>ouie thing he saw, in a letter to with the terms oa oar part will so lor compliance soften the I rive al Jacksonville 140, p. m., anJj 'l lt

tl\ Suieswill a lagidnahlcicte ------ nlbnn." the W uliigton litpublkan feelings of the people of the Nortb, that our judge place at 8-*) p. m., arriving at Lake .
is lt..r IhuJy:
on good authority hua"ul. r*
BOro" rejiorl- other officers will The bole U $a
very soon be relieved I| p. m. 's arrangement ,
saying that be the Uo\ queliliug them tub uttifv nattier llr later Lv. Tat S me.Thee The Frwdmeu's Bureau In South CIII\JIlnIl.IID. car political leaders except trVdl1lie
e a regard Military eminent t Charleston We who may be required to sub one, and will be gratifyui to the v
Jftmtry *- must tier
Bill the onhr tif things. Other adventurers, In some section the people are say nol i. Gen. Scott Is in good working order. The mit lo exclusion for a. loader period. and in their""'
very unwise 8om :1r lo 1 ; we fuel assured that, .'
I a legllllu ) iuir4tiug front the L1v willing practice preach. In permit our last vestige of liberty to be torn away only trouble expcrit-metl: arises where ill-dispcav Tbese are the views of tbt n>oM modetal wins thank* W Lkndenl
the e iuMurt t el niav safely assome to return
Washington of the great lh of
N. V. the
ed iifflcers
correspondent rpIli' without a protesting voice; and, while we feel 1 bave en-pi Into positions, and a here party la power. It U no longer a question who bate ,
'h the make Brvhon and all other "j
they are U be
of ftvejmau
pr'ues striving whether
Lick the the
-) --- .. 11'lllt.a power Sut t SH-culators| and eLton of freedman shall vole-thai is
the enttnt
i old already I
agents dei'
A recent lecturer tells ol a London cubnuiu j bujoiici will rex.n e (1.11111 under the U- [ to equal of hi> former mAt. and In a political that we cannot by act of ours change our political I .tattling order have tampered with the bountyI freej-- creed la his favor; but the question U whether the i share In effecting this new arranz". j,
I Ii I connections with and
while the Florida
mea who aided la the i
wilh whom position, we must maintain principle and men. war again t the ;
h ho had never heard ioU uf this will hioe muUiplied and sense his superior| but he in Slate United I .
wDn- Ii acquired among t"lly" shall vote. This will be roods, and the Jacksonville ateamers
ofCootknor Igton but who knew all I I hgul ',.1..0..( I'mUr thte influences not uiifrvquently alowC the privilege of work- i light and be In bears all Uje wore wedded i I swindle There i is a set of tnIdt'N in some districts wheat continue to throw obstacle*not in the permitted way of recon U w* continue to be cu.nptete.-Ja'd4t& '1
about "Jack Heno, who wan wshI..pictj| l I.y I aud ClbUllWI t toiuplete w hit'h w ill more big for a lit ing. copy the following clrcuin- Jastiue because Justice U not our We tuu i not j I i tluou but ue jewelry poor negroes and tew Uaaitfully by tiding struction Amendment upon and universal tbe basis of the Constitutional /V4. 2A
I at
lend bonds I gaw moot oxorbiuutj suflraee.
our to conceive
i measure we destructive '
Tu Sye. than consume the iul.ta Ulwevu this lime stance from the Jnbmu of the 33d ult. i >nfe In b iiuuuuy these perM>ns As 1 have already slated, the bill passed U the -es 5Tus. -

-..- I anal tInt uvxl l'roi'htaiatial Uxlinu, tauc h an order Mr. ). Scbuberth, a German Plllll. ; destructive not only of our own liberties a nit lur the Xonlicru papers, and lid il U for Eaase embody the substance of the more Radical Wasraits WBKAT CuorA

Tine New Orleans papers say the froe.lnu-u of thiiigk nuiy be brought about tao induce ,idil.t .'aW.IUt Westtliesltr Cty. "& and slf respect anj uteresta, but of the country their inu-n l to have the south duuiuiattxl by a programme except upon the Question (if eeoerul the St Luui Democrat make in4 e **** 'Ion

tbzoujhonl Louisiana. hating spc-ut their "i seen fit t bk Uiereupon lt military t>ne, they will, of course, point humble coaaacauou. fur which the popular seatimet. I is BO the wheat of 8t Lou1" '
tuouey future (
| om coming
untie jet Tba
.oljr. t Illlu." tuia pictum of the zaredL military bill was amended la. crop
aubUued :
during the hy.a returning t uorkuithton "III .ne wit atymo& From political agitaUia and political rvU-lo la one inalance U* the uioiioo ot Mr. Sherman which Mine similar,
shUt | 1 leellog that came ao as u weather has
w 1<'IIPI)410"Wi110 .DKAH Sin:-I take the opportunity to my knoHkxUw a loader bad sold a allow tacit Baie to be relieved and aai
( r i-t ... all.e this bill, then, a lueaaum hilt It'ld t the rMturatlua plug you a few hue tt> say lh there i o D"rp we may be cut od but .. must not remain idle brnutpui U) a negro fur f i n hih was mode in oa lbs adoption of tb* Coaauiauonal re admitted Amendment up. ably apply throughout the We t h1'z

T A cia AlB***"!.*, taken IMfl, I Ii I which hoUsoul a liopnof llr required ill tl villarge. D- w hUe event which concent our very lives and Waitrbury Cunuecticut for sixteen cents, and and naiveikol StttJWe, the loiter to b* secured by Wheat was sown throughout I IUrver th
I o I lou .hhe'u. BWI w I friend of I thought the bread that we eat" are passing around us. la this man was the cumspondent of the Chicago constitutional provision In each State, and the coot extent tUoa U Y'
re yours
IbM the population that State has only In. t I t oipoa4tea-.to liLtadotruition best 1 Tribune, a leading Radical suittlioo to be approved by it.germiiaiiicdaLd,
0 I a know i a report all the paper hi the Xorth.I Coagrea Tb* bIll a* nioiii and warm ground "
armful r1"* thousand in the past si* years.. The t nt' l iujuotkv juctke, tyranny round thai y( th tr the Inc probability military government bill will am thoroughly convinced that Cungreo bile I amended, was tool back to lbs HOBM, w here, i/ih* ed 'ithin fou ur live day, and cuounuingnnul

'" total population given by this census 873,261 to right,pruacriptiuu and lo Umtberly have \wi b YO.tblwon D f JOG-.I ) be paused over the expected veto of the Presi protuplej h> many oct by an honv injignaiioo the telegram majority an of reliable the ilou, to* amendment wu rejected thefhibUf/ latter psrt < t

.. a -.._____ i l I\>** VI"uL We a .\say l. Ohm dent and then the time fur action-,-earnest, dignified is ties terribly. inhaled by uautueoU of iIIkrbkpar- mae me present State government e being unwilling* and re-ojauius to recog- Lies, when U showed a robust und. ,**i

I A man b offered Opera House L "*. ---- -- thereupon scat wander quext ( reabewpluuzeuL action will have come. Its cooatitnUon- The constant cumpL.l t of the Southern to Congress upon oar compliance with the term nut been seen fur many a flaiL The
f people k. that
be be Six tons of Uiuk alily o-ust be tried in the Supreme Court thy are cruelly misrepresented; eoolained la lie Sherman amendment. It seems. anow (audit gninililml al aa a _
( vUiiuentsjy
1JhH" 'w h .hu w purcbaned that while in their ruin and desolation however, that this *
.r -- ;Jthey earn was afterwards reconsidered now the ground, U onouw
get the Uoubu the truth I in New York the otherday tar The -i >- eaily draire the rtaiorauun of what I Is kaowa at lice and covering u-
wl I UM. amung Tbiyt Com I in the List sugt A young lady wba e YjabkM U with friendly relation / Wilton smendmecl. which ex Thai mow tLdlen our wheat aa t
i efkJBigtl- ule. j frrtduwu. What a lUlug.if Iraniim/ I uf fI1m"i., It II.J. tan with ucu was torn the Government, they are accuaej mo.r onju.tlv Amendment all person inUaitai in la* Cunatitaiiuee.J sal hothotirf. and a roudoue. !>* "Tb
L t 11 .. rooflirtiiif pa.IIII.au"II81 had it ofnuzabe.j-j. Stout voting
- men.ltsl outrages ant wrongs I adopted a* OB additional a* well aa from office was plant alive, bat not allowing ll* P
proviaioo. Ae4aiu.oa u its host pagKibW roadiiiusv





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TELEGRAPH. Governor Kfrjtdnl The .nilllnry Rftommenfa lllll.flit Adnption of I FAMILY SUPPLIES MIKE JUPMAlV'S GREGORY & ARCHER JANUARY 31st-

tiie Unitary. -lfi* AOdrea. to tht I\ irgiianLtffiihtttiH. i't f

FROM ,WASHINGTON Tho followtdg Is tiMnle- m> from the reports .-' -.--
WA miroToir, Feb '7.=The H""w *cut Into _1GRTUT
Ihollichmond l\ _
published In and KicbinondKramiiur (Successors to Gregory Delonest & Co,) I
of the Whole on the naval appropriation ,
imWc .
CV of On
: : Monday: Friday tl;ht !sotuo ten
,The Committee rn e, and the bill was
bill or a dozen Members of the LrgldAture held a private -
ntveJ. ar1'lprtak08 116,230,000, Including Dicotinft In the room of the Court of Appeals A F. SPILLER A

go 000 tor the Penncote Navyt .- In the Capitol to confer together upon the political GREAT COMBINATION SHOW
The IIotM went Into Committee on the
situation\ for the South, as affected by the ,, DRUGGISTS"
The Western men made a persistent fighton reconstruction bill. After
military consultation WANT PERSONS! ARE NOW 11(
the protection of raw material. The Committee It was determined to send a delegation to the AT THE UTE STAND OF SHINE SPILLER, of occupied from two to half past font clock\ Governor to learn his views! on the subject. The Interest of 'I

on the hemp question. The proceeding) had a Governor replied that ho would meet them In the Dealer In e\'l'r11"11rl't1 of .
look. The Hondo adjourned at half everyMAN
filllbustCTftig Capitol on the following evening, and then find

pain toe'BenateUthlDll| mnovlog s. cases Jnvolv- there give to such members of the Legislature as CROCERIESVINES CIRCrVS
FcderilcourtionUie chose to be present his views and advice as to the .
State to
hundred dollar from\ -
log over best course to pursued\ by the State at the
affidavit of either party was present TO ri'/.CHASE WHERE GOODS CAN BE
juncture. The public were nc t Invited\ nor '
PaTh' compound Interest expected to be present, but at the hojr fixed for & LIQUORS, '
house bill redeeming A eubatitute author. the speaking some thirty or forty citizen had collected AXTrained t) FOUND
note was con certificates bearing In the Senate Chamber, while In the lobby OF ALL KINDS,
Utng a temporary loan, and Senate Chamber
there per cent ritfrwt, payable demand,with together there were, perhaps the Chcnpeot. Indeed purchasers' would be confide!
about the bomber of
,, same members of the
[banks embrace
tnreo-fllUn legal rWrr of-the these.alional loans; the national may banks forbidden Legislature. It Is proper here to state that such Boots and Shoes ercd
and Influential members of either Animals
to pay or receive Interest! on the re c"e11elJOf'Its Mouse !
as were present attended solely because r. DEADTO
from other national banks, ami com
interest forbidden on reserves alter July- they considered It proper they should be present Wooden Ware and Tin Ware
In case any discussion followed the Governor's remarks ,
of the appropriation
resumed. Several Senators maintained Tbe Governor was punctual to his engagementand HATS CAPS & CLOTHING AT THE OLD STAND
lilll was :; FROM ,
proceeded to give lib views: NEW
In view of the threat of the Pre ldenlll' or- IN
that that Con. lIe said he did not Intend to make a Speech but
was necessary .
gaDs aDd spokesmen IIIUI'ODDd' Itself with Mendll. This that ho had his views! on the of the lute --
ib gress should originated In the appropriation for a Superintendent action of Congress, and was to express GIVING MT UNDIVIDED PERSONAL at- Where: it lut.l: l>i-cii Koorjrniiizetl: : niul Refitted: for its 'r.t1.1.A11AlasIE' : F'oA.. \\i-w\ of the shove fuel W. R. WILSON A: BRO.
,N question BY
of the Capitol buildings, which It them. lie did not consider that a public man to hntlnrst, and by kerning my stock arc nrlllnn floods In
claimed the Senate should appoint] In executive bad a right to conceal his opinions from the pub of GROCERIES full and complete, I hope to merit

c, was session.. : _.' carefully tin They abstained had all from seen Intimating the act spoken any mode of. by It I a hare of pat.onRge.PROMPT. SECOND ANNUAL TOUR THROUGH THE SOUTH. J/I', on It.ml a full Assortment I of TALLAHASSEEAS

FROM NEW YORK. which a convention should l be organized to make ATTENTIONAND =- --- alit
a constitution. It gave the military no authority /
NEW YORK, Feb.27.-A Fenian emiIAAry'rom/ to organize one. This fie, logical, because the CHEAP AS ANY ROUSE IN THE CITY
, Ireland denies the suppression' of the organization complaint was that the Governments in other selecting and arranging; their. Uit-nt Attraction Fresh Drugs,

there; which ho says Is stronger than ever. States South were organized under military surveillance. for their -..

: \t Drilling Is constantly going on under four bunS .' It did not entrust the movement to LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH Medicines, 4
. !1 deed ex-Federal officers. Hfl says the British the provisional Governments now existing! because HAVE THIS DAT RECEIVEDMen' I
soldiers 11'11mllreh\ whenever ordered, but that they might fold their arms and rvlusc to COLOSSAL

they ,,'on', lire. act, and thereby defeat the object of the bill.- -.- Chemicals, iVjrjrnl Kin Boots, Men's Calf

The contest for the jurisdiction certain 'OuntleslslCt between Old for Tbe military were clothed with ample power to F: XHIBITION: : : : : : 1 fagged Boots I LftJie,M iascs'! nn.l1'lnMV
v <
and West Virginia over keen the pence, and even suppress the existingcivil Paints,
Show Women
the first Monday In May All Goods Delivered Free of ,
Government. Charge
!Some: parties were rely fug on the Supreme I It has l been thc nim of time Miumjetiient\ I" anti Hoys Shoo*.

FROM NASHVILLE. Court to declare the net unconstitutional. This March II, l>t97. 49 present, for the ]patronage nf tIll ,imMic, :tn Oils, s .
NABIIVILLE, Feb. 28.-Oov. Brownlow has Issued was Illusory. Tho Supreme Court had, some entertainment that birth combine all the d.,- 1.-
' a proclamation that he will call out the militia forty' dnys ago delivered an opinion In the Milli- Turpentine
( to defend the Union against evil\ diiers.) pan case, and had !gone: out of the record and declared Irish Potatoes, &c. ntenta I- Planters' Steel Blade Hoes,

that Congress had no to authorize
authority CASKS RICE amid 10 Barrels ofthora line IRI II
FROM PHILADELPHIA.PiiilADELpntA military commissions to try supposed oilciidcrs. 2 I'OTATOKS, bring; received and for sale at NOVELTY Dye-Stuffs,
{ Feb. 87.-Blundiu's cotton Congress had never authorized A military A. K.. SHLLEK'S Collins' Axes Trace Chains I
factory, insured at one hundred and 6 rty thtm- commission by law, but now, while the words of Family Uroeery Store Petroleum, f

,, wtnddlars, was burned to- the Congress has authorizing - -- '-
judges, passed an act NAILS, &c.FLOUR .
FROM WASHINGTON.WIISIIISOTOS the commission, which was u much as to Sugar: Fancy and

I ,Feb.28.-SESATE.-The bill authorizing say, now we have authorized n Imt you have raid with n lavishing expenditure! nf time mind _a.

' the construction of a bridge across' the Is the unconstitutional Supreme Court;has set It considered aside if you discretion dare; and IIAVE you socn that lot of fine Bl'OAR now money, they hale lIW\tli7.I'tl! nnII'I'I'Ii..1, ) theSexlibule Toilet Articles r
" Mb'Rouririver at Fort Leavcnworth was referred ( very low at I the Store ot I,
better of valor and had passed resolutionfor .' &c.
part a A. SI'lLI.F.lt.
F Committee. ,
to The the Military Educational Department bill passed! and the present not to interfere with political March 6,1 1 WIT. 4'JAle G'11] J 'J' -.oar

," questions -- KurOiirr's.. t'lnllrOllvtl Branch Flour t.jnn't MilU 6
goes to the President. lie said IT I. our (Intriillim In always l LITP STOCK ,
there were two to make the Con Porter.J oar comI'lctc -
The Committee on Foreign Relations has been ways and Flour, Leaf Lard, Mess Pork, Buckwheat Klmir
consideration of the bill to stitution under this act of Congress. The llrst Is Combination I 11Coniliinin I nulirnrliiK rvi'ijr, llilutf umully found st a flrst
from the \ Stall Rlee Brown
discharged Large
Hominy, Hominy, ,
for cable hence to France. II for all who desire so enter Into the movement to F.FFRIES' AI.K\ rill,. \DriiK .:.tlll>hmi'nl. The l.u-IIIUrn now onVred /
lake The soundings Postmaster General a has been ordered to hold their primary meetings In each county, and Mulr'l do.You" for RFtllnx, supplies| | I>M clinch Holler, ruulili, us '0nfl'"r mod Crushed tfugar, noahen Butler, ((1o

$ whether mall contractor A. O. Carter of elect delegates to a central convention, where r'. ilo. t, iiiuler olio IIIIUUHIXO l'it ilii'ti, for none lint flesh arll.les Wi buy none hut the arrive,) Nix. 1 Sugar Cored lams,
j report I 11'11fix\ the number of delegates and Barelay Pvrklnn'! I'orler, for sale. at Onions,Irish Potatoes,Cabbage
Staunton V*., could take the oath. they their appoint A. F. SPIM.EK'S. tulle Price of .\.llIIid. -iltl. r tint. sail only (from ",11.101.1"110... 1'loy.h'l..ollln4.
commissioners to the electionof
The bill\ temporarily Increasing the compcnmI delegates to the convention superintend to mAke constitution March H, l<<07. 4'J othi-ra are hit llfil to ctandminour Him. .It,all of which ...-
'I lion of officers passed .. .
The consideration army of the civil appropriation I under the provision of the act. ) --- ..-.. -= we warrant. AlSo Tl) ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS I

er ,blll"'as resumed.' The question was on paying The other mode was for this Legislature, to Meal I Mealll I t

3 unqualified In the South. Mr.\ Chandler promptly pass nn act providing for holding a convention MONe. :JDOIL.OTJTS: : : -'r.4.-
agents GROUND )IE.\Lal"ly.on band for sale' ,
under the restrictions of this act of Con FRESH of Goods i|
Sundry Styles Dry
tsvwertcd that Dan Voorhees was McCullovh's sot free to all 1 parts ot the ,
t i eret agent. Mr. Hcndrlcks Interrupted Chandler gress. This course was! opposed by some and it. A. F. If elllLh: JUST RECEIVED !
untrue. The was proposed! for them to fold their arms In Indifference Marcb 5,1H07. 49lacbti r
the statement
that was
by asserting and take All of our roods are purchased at the Lowest ,
no action In the premise!*- ( (
---a -
amendment was adopted, paying Treasury offlI A I.A IK IK 1.1 IT 0V
lie was In favor of calling the convention In the Cab Trlees and sold at the Lowest Cull PrlefS. i
I 1800 when the bill passed.
cers up to August, Lard &c.
: mode last Indicated, because It would be done ,
f HOCM.-Mr. Raymond's anti-Canada Con fed- under tho forms of law, and he thought would be CASKS ROCK roTASIl, FRESH GARDEN SEED 1 II 1 1Call CHVK US A CALL.
I '"ration Resolution was referred' to the Committee more likely to secure an acceptable constitutionwith 2 3 Tierces Leaf Lard,

n Foreign Relations tills new element In the body politic, who Conks: Uiu-on
.;!l.( The Indian Appropriation bill was referred to were to participate In the elections and government ii C'aiks. DulllclJs' (lams, W And gel a I'alalogiie,wllli Alnmnai'.. ,wlilfli gives l W. It. WILSON & BRO.
Committee Conference.
on of the State. If the constitution was loft to 9 Boxes Havana Sugar,
I full lUrri'tlnim fur >biilln .
1I it1 T, The Committee on Foreign Relations lIt notuSutoporl be made under the modo first Indicated they just received and sold low at / Iltgn? C | I

., on Mexican affairs now. might get a good constitution or they might geta A, F. SPILI.ER'dProvision Feb T, tlll7. 40VARIETY
Morrill said lie would -SnPhyal.
Mr. Blor
tP yqaII At half-pant two unacceptable one. lie under
very supposed
4.snake bis lost effort for the tariff bill lie moved March S, 1M7. 4U
!_ the the act of Congress there was not more than five ..111...* lr.>..c.rlp.I... ('.....111'
.'a suspension of the rules so as to bring matter cent. of the white voters excluded-perhaps
v. before the House. Half dozen effort were per less. The peat body of the people had their Fresh and New. C..p......... STORE.

but falling In every case to obtain the re lands, families and debts, which they could not

1ft1lDlII.let two-thirds. (leave ; and It was not, In his opinion, wise to say, BUTTER CRACKERS, Bt'OAR CRACKERS, Dere.. IS, IWMl. 9Pratorius
Feb. 28.-J. B. fellow, the ed- because some of us cannot participate, none of us "., Egg do., at SPILLEK'8.March .

) ''' Review Is dead. lie was rorty.I. will. Ho had determined long since, when ho II, 1807. 49\ --sew --

seven years old. could not get all ho wanted, to gel tho next bent & Clark
.* WASHIKOTOH, Feb. 28.-During the debate tot he could. In conclusion, he assured them If they

day, Mr. Sumner accused Secretary McCulloch did not provide lor making a constitution, one Chewing Tobacco.h

U of falsehood, stating his ability to secure Revenue would be made for them. FINEST l city WONDERFUL TRAINED DOCS MKIU'.HANT; TAILORS JUST RECEIVED.
officers In the South able to take the oath. Mr. TilE. lelUag ,
o! passionately retorted that Mr. Suraner's II'A.. F. SPILLER'S. = = ;;0

\:;. Berman wu neither parliamentary or gentlemanly MARKETS.tunKce March II, 1807. 40 TALLAHASSEE, FLA,
';.f"' ." .' ) but false Mr. Chandler echoed Sumncr + --y PROF.L'HOM.PSON'Sr NEW GOODS

.as. Jn epithetJIi which were characterized by Fesscn- Just Received I ,
.,.( mouth abuse. The scene grew: out Sfiirkel.TAU.AUAHII -.- t5

Jp tithe l amendment striking out pay of Southern MarUi S, 1K7. PINE APPLE CHEESE, PiircliiiHeil after the great'fall, (not AtlnntV,)

... Conox-Oitlng' to the unielllod lUte of the ....arkol..loo"ht.oI.leo b Dairy do. but that of New York price. i
here Slue do. : ARE: IN HKt'KIIT: UV A FINE A8BORTinuiit .
: are nominal. We
} fifi, FROM RALEIGH.iT at H emit, buyer paring the tai. iiiote| mlildllnio Beat Ootbea Butter, DOW A.being F. SPILLEH'8.sold 1 chap at I WE of all kind of (food usually. found lu
our Hun, riiii>lnllnx In part' i>fQentlomen's
'j 'I RALWOII, Feb. 28.-A resolution was Intro. Starch 6, 1807. 48H. '
J-yioccd; In the House Common" declaring North :fEW'ORK MARKET. _1-

';I'' "Cerolina', acceptance of Congressional Rc- Saw 'YOIIK March: 1.-Stock market dcprvwed; .... r li lia lir lis Furnishing Goods, Black i

nyyolwnatrucUonplan: and after much excitement twentleof'6tcoupons, IIiQl1a'Jmoney, t per cviil! SI-1INE
fit (!?dttu animated discussion. It was referred to the excbaage, ilxty days,tn t at fight t*(; gold', Itt I.-. A. and Fancy Ties and Cravats, DRY COODS

-:-w ,.touinilttee on Federal Relations Flour BaiOc lower. Wheat dull and druu|>lnir. Corn .
; dull and heary. Fork armor; $11 sea Lard dull; tamliWklikey AUCTIONEER, IIR.IYY: O*'.:HMIIIHTM.CLOTHING. .

:.. dfY FROM LEXINGTON. lisait1S. qulut. POM quiet Cotton quiet t

LEXIXOTON> Feb. 28.Yesterday a son Chief and Arm at SIte for rolJcllUiu l npland. Fn'ljliU. quid.: COMMISSION MERCHANT -- which wo iniiHt clear out to make room ,

slice Robinson was found dl'all. from intern- fur flroccrles.Pino r-
nee and exposure FOREIGN" AND DOMEbTlC.LO 11
.I>OK, larch: "Nooa.-C..o.ol., el I boud., 7SLlTEaruoL \. -AliDa.R.ocm- .
\Vliito Woolen Hlunkots Nubian
IT FROM FRANKFORT March I, Noon.-Cultun open arm I ...,.. ,

i, M F*.\JiKFOBT, Feb. 28.-YestenUy a negro wasrrestcd reach 8,000; middling upland, IS',; Orlean, 11'.,- iL W.. have I resolved from the brut C'lutbluK lIu..... Vnniljken, Honta n, hoods, Men and
charged with violating a Utile girl. lieU Bnaditnfli generally .......(.
probably be hanged to-day., Your, Muck, Noon.-Stock: dull and .to 'ly.- TALLAHASSEE FLA. lout's. Furnishing and Toilet f

5.su'a6ta.pana,' FROM WASHINGTON.WAsamovow eosight; 01 V. Oold,1WV. WILL ATTEND TO ALL BALES at AUCTION TRAINED BEAKS PhotogrBiih Frames
receive and forward Gouda on \oOllI.u': : fur Men, YUIUU' and Iloyi, In (real variety
March I.-The Senate has
re- Kiw Tout, March: 1, P. If.-Cotton dull amid sealer an- IDPOt. and Albums,
I the amendment abolishing the advertineent der large recelpU I .. .., WO"halo at SiaSlX./ Floor dull Tbe Ute partnership of ,Bplllur hat lug
tax. and unchanged. Wheat dull and drooping. Condoled bein dissolved 1, be baa removed bl. Store to"Gallie's -oNlI School Hixiks and Stationery, leaps of t

The Senate votes on the Colorado veto to-day trmer|tt 05! W Sir mixed Wnturn. Pork Inner at Knives, I'ipr. and 1'erftimery, more Notions -
Hie (in the of the f
Manager announcing commencement Heooiul Annual Tour
<< ,..
1 t is confidently stated that the tenure of office : TO O."f ..
M for
Its dead. ttel. new mesa fiplritl Turpentine 7l
ommunication\ between Vera Cruz and the / Orocertes quiet. Frelghu unchanged. Any a.II.I.. nf OeullviiiPn's' .. War made In order
_.' of Mexico Is Interrupted. The ImperlalklsI N..O........ March'.-The cellos market. I. uuKt- here at all lime way bfound a supply\ of the heel MIKE LIPMAN'S upon" short huller, by the l lint workmen, and In tuelMt
reported much dismayed and the Liberak are tied but eerier; aalee 1,000.hale ; low middling, art 10"s ; and fre.Uf Puhlun.Jin. .
fr' 'irted u holding all the important lines. receipt, 141..hole I export, a._boles. Sugar I I. quiet IX, 1 117. 84: GROCERIES,
-" -
but 1m; l fair, 15.(. MuUiies lull; prime, TO. Flour Groceries
'Ail 4 taste?AiinscTON relative to,the March veto 1 metwage..Intense A anxiety long Cab-pre- dull; .upe...., 111 *'. Gold. XQXSterling, 49 V GREAT COMBINATIO'N' JUST' UKCKIVKI )

,JIM. I consultation resulted alterations causing CM. New York eight M fv cent dlHonnt. which" "lll be sold a* low as can be purchased at SHOW Tin, Wood and' Willow Ware, "
The Executive wlablUhmcnl In this III'
y. attache Immense 1mce any clly.AUCTION

i to the document. Leon Lodge No. 5, I. O. O. F. .. Simpson's Liquor.

KATE.-The President's veto .>f the Colora- -0Brethreo SALES In |>lejw ]-to bo iMialdeil! to |pre .'llt an array: of ArliMin! lunifH: eoulprisiug| tinxt\ in Edward Bradford Jr. ,

l as considered and the bill passed not-. ,. are reminded thin there will the WorlJ. Jk'lttr ICMcrs, greater K:<|iit.i' 29
,, wan.yeas Davis, Dixon, nay.: 19 Doolitlle: namely, )EdrnumU-Buc k-, be a regular' meeting: of Leon Lodge, EVERY SATURDAY. } finer Hlofxk-.l Ilursis, taller I'onicH, Funnier Mules, more Original t'lowim, limn .. Milk, &0. Everything in the Grocery

a'a'' Foster, Grimes, Harris, Hendricks V No. 6, at their Lodge Room this eT.' Much. 1, Ib07. .11 [Bent copy any Company now truuTm;; Witness tint f"llowinj lit, eoogrrisumg| hilly n |Kirlion of line always on hand.

I, McDougall, Morgan, Nesmlth Norton, .Ing. at T O'clock. --- -- ---- -? --- the |K.'rfornnrH, fruriog the 1 4 1.1)1'II Of Al.l. 4JHl. rM.II. : .

"" n and wauluhu' ry' [This looks like, a tleI By order of A. B. CLAKX. K.; G. w. ...n.. ."..."Y.. J. u. WMTCOTT. .,. .in.. .
I bill] JOHN II. PERKINS 8i Flour Bacon Lard Butler
bl11l1' as resumed ; the vote upon re- ,5, J4I7.!! PAPY &
the cotton tax: resulted In a tie The &'n"lIy ,
'aY fixed the tax at two tents The Hcn-! ATTORNEYS AT LAW CREAT CONGRESS OF ARTISTS; $.1IJ.lr(: ( 'ur...' UIIIIIK, CHEESE SARDINES

are generally' unimportant. ono drtfti tmtnt$. ,

House I b In Committee of the TALLAHASSEE! FLA.Or Jl.hlll-ll( : hatter, OYSTERS. LOBSTERS
tiP lendml'nu ('y bilL It involves eleven .i'I'E! ix M\BIXE: BACK IK'iinixo.

(1 of dollar WM. R. HAYWARD Mardi 1.1..7... 4d-tf Connected with this .M,,.lel I Kjliil.ition: ) of the Nineteenth ('emit ury.MII. I.unl I, "..r..m" Oil ...! ......... Mlrrro.

,_, a heated debate. A pro'GIl ,- __ .. ('.lllis'a ..* 4 hl. Ase., Ar.Call .
; -- --
--- --- - -- -

e-Wn cll..nblln|. the allowing rebellion.nothing The on claims' Real Estate Agent Notice. Java and Rio CI.HIT
appropriaplbr lu. w. way b iv* what you are looking .fi.r.
the White
House was rejected. An KDWIN
h dnient Will onVred appropriating fifty th to LitrU. The proposition U withhoHtt the .udfr l' until w hire FOR SALE a number|YARMS wine assignees of J. Jae1w. tl Co., see proprie-)
Llbnm created mirth.men Tbe were whole allowed to vote in OrrERS salt water lUaalioof.adapted to grain Lora of tbe llunters' Hotel, all pe...." Indebted to Tha Orif-inal C'O.VVEUSATIO.VAI.I of ''''IIt'_ Cir.ns will al'I"'fU' at -nrl "Sugar ..f all/ Liii'N, /
matter was fruit convenient churches sod good, .. '
or growing to make
pastVaoed. The laid< Arm will pl "n'to BO.I.EOKliE Enlerlft ulIlI'lit. Jan. t. 'tI1.{ 30'JUST
pmrewlings! very dilatory.' schools. within 8 to 8 boun of Bjliiiuore market, J ? %
AD apprtNvioiun.tieupryvrmentofktrreta\ in by '1eaW""""' TI108. M. v.UIOS'1 I A.d i K"rc.. Frr.h. ( ',,,,'L'r.., -

WanUoKtoa wcrektot. AU eouilDunimlloo promptly alltuJtd\ : to. March 1. 11iI17. 40-41 MR. TOM BURKE, A (lll:& llt ()l'I) .'ali".1 Clown..
The (Senate confirmed J. B. Wnltham as pontTatLynchburg. Meeks 1sa 4t-3w -
' '
.- There were about ('her's.

\iii ,to, 'Tbe the I'nioft.I'resUk-nt nL has proilftiined. Ntbnuka: a sixty State Tax Sale.BY A COLTS Lost BEVOLVTK or ,Stolen with oo Ivory, handle. THE CELEBRATED I) BUSS Fi MLYa! ('alii....} Fruit ami "JHal.l.-., '

virtue of the aiUborily veaud I. lue marked B, Combo, f 8 Ariuy Any per-
FROM EVKOPE.i Mil, on Monday, the 1Mb day bllaw.1.ill aoa Ceding said. Kmolfer will be Ukeially< rewarded 3I.ckertl. mrm
labT.>r the elate. County and Ibdlroad Taxes due b, leaving ll at fibs Post Adjutant's omeeMtbe r -- -- ,
Lnxvox, March 1.-To-d the Canada thereon tat 1-.t.d.lbe following deenbed (;aplllIl
y con- 'b.eaI MR. atXilUlK: B\LlIELIXjRf, the Great V..II"'Y.. HMI1II
-P tion bill was read hi\Ice. Land attested, lying anus bring In the connty ofLeon Much I. 1,67" .i-4I. .. and Le |*!r or lha Age. Ur UIHKK. Oxlfi.h, lIllilliJDlllia
mUll Ward is ngerouJy nick at f1o>Utb- vis : --- MR. TOM \Ii A TIlliS. who bldg fair to win. the tllln 1 Mr. WII.LMMM/ \ unlliJo
n. His \ Improbable. The B KV Section 19,and EV of 8 w 3 V and EHof of Cbumi'lunKidtroftbe World. Mr. KElJlilV
recovery For Sale. Halt.
N W oTBee alto N E" and 8 Eg: and EW IJVfrjM ,
March Garibaldi's was L.. See WV and MR. bEKMAKK. the Double Somersaults and M"'l'm I'.I.<'LH.
S "
also l and S
of th* !TWV! of 30. WV!
to help Uie CreUns against the Turks riMIE HAMMOME AND CONVENIENT U"lttolnjj'1.w tfl. M.Idas'IIT'I.F.f.VOSII. ,
WWofXEVaod' WWofSEVof,. loe19also! ; ABB* u5l'lS and bla Wotderrul Trained Yr.. 11. WILLIAMri '
>& Dogs i ( artJliu:, ](Uf,
and of S EV and E pwel/l.g U..4
8 EV otl WX }
and EV 8 WV < ;
: ; .
)( ALBANY NEW VOUK. of N '!V. and 13: acre of N part of W# of N WJ< now occupied by Major John beard", on tbel a I *] JOHN W. LAKl'E.NAVIJJK!: theU4Honew.uof, the most aJUljle of the King rTila; M...Ur.. Mr, 11. JIO SlSfili. --
of See 3 13 bin w mneb of aald South Eat corner of Monroe nod Virginia Jillgtreeta. i
T. -the "acre ejjcbib.Alao .
,Man 1.ooy.I''nton ordered and mod tcnutile aWliilta tb l In And bOIL f J'ickK
C'aj.L luor JVawn luiul. lim*, | a l>
r' lest conulna two
W)(of 8 W.V of See 33; alao EX of N ( of Tb nu bullion. I '
hqjge ba the ground that the crime See SI the North IrS of W oltb Pallor, a wide Mall, Dialog tLuum, hantry. die. win dune and *
: Uo 90! acre on M Awle ErIao.. 'MbLEKs: CASKS U CON BIDES ,
the requUtiua till not jtutiry trxpntri- 90! belag mncb of with large Ironl and bock Puzx tin tb. aeeoodduo WM. MOW.AS. i AlEOB-OH 11 ,
8 E!!V of Sec SI- ald acre so a : JkTilMPIO.Mmterolh.Studsad (.YISATdLf4UINEe: MllUkt Duality Of Cllfwill Tultll4'l'. ,1
i avoiding the political question u volt'FROM sold eighth aa Its North of the Monilcelto and Newport ,are tare*large Chamber I'lifJJill: Anliuab. 1 10
Ckamber.Ifdemised or -and ALJILAtlM
roada. All tbe above described land lying and attached hkb can be Laud a* / Trainer KM) UHLSl: MESS: PORK
EO.SJOX.OK being In Towiublp 1, fUnge i, X A: E. Alta N' EV' nuking IOU in all The Kitchen contain Kiuben.' U'jUOU of all kili'lit, ,
a 01 i Ls( of nee p6, In Towiubip 1, Binge, N 4 E, Laundry and two servant room. A Sue Cistern: -- ----" -- -
i Marsh .-Six Un thousand, dollars the EV of N E!( and N W V of S' E;'V of becliou 5, lined and arched with brick la ecincol I Ie under the
anb MCritwd I.T ciiizeM tv the destitute in the Township 1, Lange *. 8 A E ; aUoiiacre* on North Kitchen porch with pump ..&at bed. For terms .\10011::the many fr.Ure,'f thin Colonsal KibiUtioii, will I I", tile (iraiwl !Irocewiion. kxl byEckhart's Com ileal kept. constantly on baud.Jan. : 10 CASKS HAMS, \

utb. pan of WW .f N W!( of Becuon a, Towwblp 1. apply' to ;lAMEd B. GAMBLE. /, JudT." .1" 1
Bang 3,a J< E.b niniJiofMU eighth M lisa Marcb I. 1*/7. ja-Bu.* '
FROM ClL\RUSTOY.: North of Moatlulla\ tad S.wport..u. AIM In* World'Renowned Metropolitan Opera Band I 10 BBLS. LAUD, |
WX of N Wy!V and W t{ of S E''(. (uccpl about :'H i
e'U..LmrroaMarch:\ 1.-I1orau Greele" y has acre of Ih. eighth belonging" deorg .Jonca.) or Dissolution of Copartnership Ice Ice !11! 300 "
executed. lie eou&ard his guilt Beeilon 1, and lunge I,1E s also tb* grade- |
Tawnablp -0.- Drawn Ly a .t>IeailiJ east. of Au 5 : S E V and E'< of it W V and E (of S W}( aDd WKof A run
FROM NEW YORK 8 Lid' and 8 EM't4I EV: of Aectton U,7ownahlpL rplIE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exlallng cadet orated CAK ofK'JI.L'S;; lik-h will "Lu followo-l by the l'roc Miun IJ(.\ct Dg I. Tallahassee twice a week, coiumearuig lu KEGS

*K. }".*. March l. Cecrge Wagner bog S>ng.a, N dc E; alao 1II.i! and B W'V of S W>iof L the Aria of J. CAKDT CO.. at Juktonville" Ilaei- SaiTfc-1 JJulU, l'erfurmin311ugs, Ac., Jit.MOXTIT.LW Mareb. fertoua wanting le_ fur the cowing xnuon.ou 60 BUTTER, .. 1
Ion wile, WM .l Boctlon SI. Towuhlp 1. Bang 8. N t E ; also. riorida, wa* diaMilved lf4 Ui*1Kb of fllW1&aryI..7. tb* abof routs, apply to tan
bung to- ---+ -- --- -- -' '
... y.Ritioitan 8 EJ!V of feciioa liS. TnwMblpl, Knga.KAE; by mutual cooMnl Of the panic totem tcd. Mr. ICE HOI UK.: Juela..rsllle. 50 BOXES CHEESE i :
also II WV"" of eocuon :JO, Tow.....' 1. kaDce I. Nand John Cardy becoming the /i/nrcnacr o/ the Foundry Fca.U.l'Mil' 43-3w .
A. RWtzsv.-Tie Rklunond E : abTo W)( of N EJi.1he E:\ of N WV and sad sooels, sad warning tbc UabUitle 01 tb. line.r. >. )IOXU.\Y, MAUC1I 11th. I'
1>.\\'. MAUC1I 12th.TAU.IJ.Si'fo 50 TOBACCO .

' -at ike men of the North to lake eoaauel ofTOWB ""J. E. all in* property of Wllliua" Gcr- M. 118. tt :, WKU.VE.SUAV: MAItCH 13th Pen. & Ga. R. R. Land Office )'i i9t
knoledgof 1811 nature ,
ioteratla remember their locuiuultr Tk.Etsof S E V aad E} \\m oeolu and tu- and N WV of N W t V of 8euioa ::1:>. and Y WV" ; ''* For Rent KLACKMIEAIt: FJtIDAV, MAItCII UtL.AJuiirfiom LIVE OAK. .
tbeir dcnhogs wah the Suwh. If
N WV of Section 16, all la Towublp. 1, &ong. t, 4
will I not admit us to our privileges at WJ S W the pro> ' ,, u least leave B* to peace la oar owe part of lot M. old plan, city of TaEanaauc. A anont tutt acret-ud. If dared.. Male. Wagon -4- -- Au. pawswhblsgI.punbueKSWedWda\ ,
.d+ira Ld fony SuXnUtjQ whom they have To b* aold for the Uie da* Urcoa fur IwO,n* *, ,I<.. will ft.* mud with the PknUliua.. Alto nuke payments e. thou baretolui purrhufil. ""
aDd vhuM ryes they have put out, t* aturcaold. a Large n4 Coanu>dtu TOilE U the team iri 11.00) ; CUUrru molar li ears of a"e 60 rents ; S-J>irate .;eau for wUJ please othlrcM tb* nndmiicaed M Lit* SCOTT POOLE & CO.
E I. .In Use mill, insuaJ of L. C. DXMILLr, buaiaaa Apply ccJoretl ll. O. Juora at :4 alai f o'clock J'er Oak. WAL1CK to W U III. ,
waking U lumen 0T. |>erK>iu, pen ; Tu CoOwta Lna _" ,. I lU,.,Uti. TaI ksSJsn -. Land A,..., r.5 U. K. K. C.. .
\'ImJnaiily V.... t. I fir ..s._ w. 1'tIIT. 9b: Leif an hour aft",. S frb. II. 1'+e7 u !.1. '111I. -tfBY


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I '. : ttltlt1 Ac'vtnan'a l.llllc ..-....;..-0.0;.': GENERAL- ,. DIRECTORY.l I City AdvertisemeDts. _' --City/- / Advertisements.----TI Savannah Advertisements .

15th the -
i. (oribian. flared H'otW of the .

4 ',c SI farmers sonic good nilvlrc. Poor farming Is -- M. 8. ELKIN T. W. 'Osborn PULASKI .HO.USE"JOHNSON
f (lime to nnycutinlry. I'olmnn rays: .
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. : .h e IPCpRIlmeul.ii' 3
;= r.M.t lct the farmer detcimlnc now that he will put AT A I ,
l Id 8. Governor.
Walker ,
hU crops in liettof order the eomill/spring than A'UCTI'ONEEl ATTORNEY w SQUARE, CHILLS a FEVER 4'U
W..W. J. Kelly, Llcutensmit4lovernor.Benjamin FL.1..1 .\.
Intbenilil! hc line ever dcine, brur, |preltre| his 1ALL\tAlSEE,
I WklngdoftthIfrOfl) .1..1. land better liy ,)plowing a littlo drtiier--nnd he i .F. Allen, SeoreUrj of Sioto ALU.\SgEE nORtA. '
In the norm and In the')Irrt t would Mw Im well paid by crR'P\owlllg It- John Beard, Cmptoler of Public Armanis. WILL attend to. .. la blllni entrusted below I* MACUSE BASK: Brii.ntso.WI7.L SAVANNAH, GEORGIA .

Wit her bar and blwdlnK frrt.WMfc The greater the amount of melow. tboroitalilydminteprated C. H. Austin, ,_ '. Rawls' hi*re.Can be found h. ....._

;-.'. bw pullM lipn.prall I soil prrpurrd rr roots of the Hugh A. Corky' Register of Public Lands, Jan. 1 shop., 17. 81-1, PRACTICE In tbe'iovcrnt Courts of the W. H, WILTBEBQEB Prop'tr $1.GALL X.9k4is1espsS ? 'nay are = I.r._ ."
In th. coM: In the cold, plant the more I"* for the plant - and will prosecute claim against Individuals 1M.D, .-r:''
One l lamb Oct of in*fold jWllj; and, COICqlllllv. the Iliriftier the plant Jndlclnl OrpnrtMemt. and against the Government In the Court of 430mMARSHALL a. Vsl..L Bk..or as,ot.m it:.
poor lie IIr, This- (Claims or any of the Department ot Wash- Fb.l2,13fi7. .._.. n.pelt sdvanters I' rtI
In the told I will grow thcgmtlerwill ,'I.t C. H. PnPonl, ('hletjastlceSuprelne Court Wikinson Cal .- .- tbe i mil II tbs$, witheet lIIe Afr I'I .
I There*"ti<*r1M fl"1"ft.t"irn hrlBhl Applies Uenernlly to all crop land Is,Very hlly.prt'pa.ctt Juime. b?. Baker, [[AMod.unllcel.Samuel > LAW, 11. ItS 7 '*+* = ==say"Ml.ersl. ts'"111 rim,,t ,

There are homM where trne. delight) fur seed I 'It"llRklnj 'but ft few Indies sleep J. .Douglass,)f..n -< '%' TALLAHASSEE, }'LORDA. HOUSE Dun LOUT, I'&EIODICAL BlAt gn FE.y

3-all..I' wintry liluhl' nnd lift in condition. Hut lilllc John B. d.lbmlb, Attorney General. IALOAud III 5teeUOiiIO(5itkIthsn p."'
lumpy foo attend to case la the Courts of Florida' I low lIIe directionS u4 yew will 104 lII., 111
I .' Vnto her there t It hal blight for the plant 1s made RvailaMc. This ii J. Wa) .Baker, Judge Middle Clrcoll. WILL In the United State Courts at Washington TO fR(\MRCHS taM eI.lned.. Try ess be.,..Ih" .1..1..d d....I'

/rln the cola: In the told. the great defect In trlng. with ninny. Every Allen: It. Bush, Western City. Claims for Collection will receive prompt BROUGHTON, STREET am", ..WIll we,have.eo..1 u._ss,.ft'.rdJ.
thin lamb nut nl Love fold. farmer shnuliV that defect OF thII.INttt. 1'11111 set t
pmf attention '
1 remedy Tbo*. T. LnSuw.ole" .sys,,-tbee.I.WI I.ewe wbea ,
the coining srtaeon He best' Jan. 1, 1%?. 81 ilIoeidi eel.., Ih.'d.4 .
In the cold 1 1Wnlr lie II. A. Eltem .QJJORCHA. ".
:: .'. of ho should have nf Pulolm. SAVANNAH, piblu..vor.How. t.
: .yet,but don't yon know patterns plows( enough James Uettls, Southern Florida and Georgia I IillTJt .A'1'1'8.E......of"I.h".
Hint if he will not bo 1'.1.
and biLk so one break com- .1tY ". .
I i f That her want "oe 1111. st.iihIs McQuee,\-Mcintosh -.- S lftJlfl' CotIrI ef Alt
May.yet be her dlrcrt foe, ,.lello le. '"lkU.r. \ I JIOBUT DOtl8SUn.. "Idee Iii cIre'.t
.1 Alabama.We.
hut few Inches, ,
plow run
And.he11'to.as others go lm to ,1 If it I Slmlel B. Stephen, Mddlo Cr.RI.JamH ATTORNEY'JIT LAW. rpniS FIRST CLASS HOTEL HAS BEEN\Bfr .0.,&U.EJfib" Mostgniney C .
deep A All
Throne*the cold IhrniiKh the'fold ctr any farer. wee given M. We.tc WILL SELL AT 'WROL8AL* all rtlW modeled and newly ,elrnl.be and pOlio per. B01l. AUS. ft(iLFIlkALL Uoimtgoa.jr..
Mint out the fold to him, it 011,1 be \'r Implement. In. l.ndom. In i'an..nd Domestic Dry bOOit., feet order tbronirhont. public may en.15. n. wEAVCBAWYORI' ."
I One more'Imnh J. 8 tf'lnt .
Gco. ,
l vc-t 10lry in good \ -the It Is In of the where his find ccommodn- BIBB s :
Vlr b.l any New York COST, for thirty days.OCR assured they .
Inthocold'! IK tIer thitn nn investment in Ilock ; In land' Lewis. I Fleming, Eastern WILL rnet.dclrei Courl ret lions .'the .wi Gel VA')..T MASON A. BAND.Corn Mayor V''a"W.lamrt'If 0 Atl. t'

M nthsrflrothurmnther l -!.n- yon cnunofor do not cultivate; ; or In 'any II. I.Mltehel.Sulhem" In Marine. Bank Building. STOCK OF A B. LUCE Proprlclor.Feb. MID L ,00118 Ate,.t liwluO

Xlflcr-niinehtrf-hrrt l In ono oilier Investment you cnn mnkc. Clood, plowsnrc Jon. John William, Speaker orbe House of Rep- I 80, 101-flm- Bleached and 12 1867. 431r*_ --A.-w------,3,7,N.Y

Of the.e McMlnnii busing| nonolnnonwrA ni nrrcsnry to good lmnill/ a knowledge rcucntatlvcs. Brow Shirig i iI. BLOUNT 4 HALE ;
of the is lo A. J. PEELER
Hare rfoitf" a
/ tiff nll'hRbt eduCtion. Is very heavy. Call and I
.".T Wonlii of Bol.l. alllionch on I'M; Uo i are just ns Indifpensnlilcto goodfarming Mllllnry I>fpnrlmrisl.DIBTB1CT ATTORNEY AT LAW, yon decide to go North tn make your purchase I BLAIR & Sole Ftopiitton Ifontgomerj, Alabama,

1.,1110.1.10 to the f.ld. ns arc good plows. Many ecelc.nl pnt- No Good. sold on Credit. BICKFQR1 WHOUaUXJI DIPOT3
-'- terns ol harrows are now made. you or riosuzis. FLA., MeKIBBIN *.ALLEN. 4 141
T.8EK. Harral hilly Tompkln Chunbtn ;:
nIU t"ITI8 81 .
,S TB .
r 0. the. Ecriy., ,, It have plenty' of strong long teeth & loosen and Office np Stain over the State Bank Feb. 12 I'7. 43 ,J..Hart 00.Hew Orleau,UBkmat ),;
_1- _t Sf the soil A ,Command
t pulverize 'Ol cnn pet mere John T. 8prngue,7tl> Infantry Hale.
alonA. Colol' 1
1, 81-1, AUbimi ,
On the frrry railing over light .scratching plowed hind \ do. The Iatrlr of Florid 00 117. -w-i
I _:. -. I j To the city lying dim harrow ml stir deeply all, thoroughly. I Brevet Major E. C. Woodruff, U. 8. A., A. A. A. .AME I T. MAc .a GEORGE W.. SCOTT & CO. TIER AND LUMBER, l>y. all DruearI8t..
soft mellow bed for the seest
In the mellow ml>t oferrnlnffBy lust ptcpnrc a General.; J
the rl>er.further rim I which. Ii wilt germ'nntc' nnd' start forth vigorous-- Brevet LL Col. A. B. Inon. lr. 8.A Chief Medl- Attorney and Counsellor at Law COTTON FACTORS l.Ua FriM 91.50 per Box. j
I Sashes and BIinds
: On the fi-rry K rlng nnlwanl l>. e offleer.Captain. AND Doors, : OIlIpt! of IIM one hot of the Plus*ui U mi
1 ,To the ocean nlm and cold To 1.10'wc.l. nml to harr"el. IliPtfl, mil 11. .Z. Farnaworlh, V.8. A., Chief Qn r- SOLICITOR IN inn to 557 part o
Where the Woe h"y dip' lie ati-n I lien strong tlll. POlr, Ijh ., will nol tmnoMer.Mcnt. CHACEI. COMMISSION'MERCHANTS

In the euneete ft..llolllloid. do. I.trce, "'strung. Irmll reqnlretlo do the : A. II. Jut k on,Till Infimtry,.Quartermaster, Uf Offlcn np stnlrs, In 11.le Bulhlog. I MOULDINGS, GREGORY & ARCHER, -

\'ok efficiently}, I 1! economy for nil B. R r. ; ,
oDlword.O. .
On the frrry filing fl'mrr Ilvr snrh Irnr, .They can ,do more ... Posts &c. .
thou ncran deep and wide, work In n given time; draw heavier lond. '., nnd' n"\uAauM FOST or TALHaiSBI. EDWIN A. HART, Ballusters, Newell September 7, 18CO. 103-flmw
Brery palrt in beatlnf meaimre thus cennoml/o time. 7lh W. SCOTT, I T.II. HODOKISS.N Y.
Ucnu Col.) F. F. Fln', Infantry,t'omd'g- Flold"l j
With the. rhythm of thy tide I Ia The next Important step .to have good' oce.1 ) M. ) 7tb Inrabd'BvL Cot,A.I.G. ATTORNEY AT LAW, J. L.BMALLWO | D. H. POOLE N. T. 90S BAT" HTREET, Tax Sale.B
toning wives kid ..rm.nd eager We are ton cnn lessor negligent here. We Dololo\n.. ,7th Infantry,Pot Adjutant. MADSON. FLORIDA. .

C Motlunleie the great ihlnn claude that nhnn"l anything will answer for seed'-when, LouL J. ;U. 8.'A., A. Q. M. WILL THE COURTS OF TiE 1 WILL ADVANCE ON AND SHIP COTTON. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Y virtue of the authority vested In ma tvl"
I\ While abote each pendnlona pennon in rllly. we oloulll9 AS pnrtlrulnr ns In select- Capt. I. r.o.worb 7th ..Jidlclnl Circuit. Liverpool, New York New Orleans or Bavannah. \3g ALL OBDIBS FILLXD PROMPTLT.Fab. I will sell, on Monday, the lath day ul II?'
I, IA rea sic with I beckoning hand. Inl Inim"l. to Irol. The law a which gor- Lieut G. N. Domror. Infantry, A C Junes 79 'J67. for the State County and Railroad Tain Jii; t,
Calm on the nneary watere'i production In the vegetable world nre similar A. A. Burg.. T. Ar.ud.Post Surgeon. -- July 19,1SIXJ. 8 12 1867. tt thereon for the year 1800, time following Toni Ltj

< Lea.the nn.'ban of flame, hi/t how which govern production In the nninmtworld. Call G. 8. Holllslcr,7tb- Infantry,comd'g Co G. R. D.SL Xcuw Marks.. J. J. GORKI. situated In the city of Tallahassee, vU i

c:. ,tlk(B.legendary ladder To obtain the IM.st we hr'rl from C. A. Coolldge, Co. A. Apalachlcula. Part of Lot 86, old Plan
C al/c. 1.lelt. GORRIE & MUNN G. K. CLARK & Cunningham Lot 77 and 78 North Addition.
Olaghorn ,
the br nnluiids. Bo nIce llm be t ,
On which angelt went and came ohllll Lieut. J. C. A. 8ilienof, ky, 7lb Inl'y, Co. F. Lots 45 and 40 North West Addition.

In another summer evening crops,' they must IH produced frm the seed., It Lieut. W. II. Nelson, 7lb InfV, with. Company G.City Attorneyi and Oonniellori at Law, WATCHMAKER Lot 21W old Plan.Lots2lM .
preparing seed for the ground, nil foul seed mustlie Wholesale & Grocers ,237 and 888, old Plan _,
l On a little way before, rigidly "ull'cI' ; clan al light, Im1111rn WILL PRACTICE IN TiE MIDDLE AND ; AND bILLiE. 111 Retai To be sold for the taxes duo thereon fur HA\,11Iroelald.
I shall roach another ferry, dlsenacd got .11. ., Circuits. Prompt attention given I .
_._4 Seeking twlft a dimmer.hnre. lyle process Mayor-lion. D. P. Hogue.MtMnsm to bl.lnel. i Fine Clocks Jewelry L. C. DEMILLY a
or ,
.lsbaltero..awtderterry, "hel shall we Imvo harvests which will or Msyl'M M-ly Wathes FINE WINES LIQUORS, Tax Collector Leon county .
Creating return no more, the rye, ns n* till the This dellh CIT COCl'Ct. $ PLATED WARE, Feb. 19,1807. 43-3mw J
wel M. D.ropy. Domestic
I'"r H. Archer Geo. B U. Tobacco Savanna 4 Segare
I Sailing for a fairer city, time lo prepare for such hnrvests. Let A. F.DmoD. P. O.mb. T. P. DENTISTRY. Together with general assortment of ,
i. i WallIng on a lovelier.ho,. Iho motto of every farmer be-" A lilllc bettercultivation. Tatum..G. B'I. I. F"C. : FANCYARTICLES Corner Bay and Draytan, Street, lit Leon Circuit OQtlrl-h& Clian' ;
Life may touch the onl to gently SAVANNAH, GA. Boiling Baker Complainant, I 1'\;
.. *' .-Meaart,Tatnm and V
Perc. vs.
W. -
'J' can 11..11..11 It tough (1"10" oRAVE
Annnc.-Messr5,Flamf sad fPf- Dr. P. P. LEWIS WARDEN'S"OLD Wm.F.F.Robertson Defendant. ) ;
I 'Yet we'll all cay In lie doting Mprlnar Trndr.Tho Commute" Jfrnllh.-Messrs.Gamble sad Damon.thcnmUlu'e STAND, constantly on band fall supply of goods
One brief day'a been long.nonllb New York EveningW, Saturday, tIme Ball and Archer. OKI Door Sou/A State tank, for plantation and families BY virtue of a decree rendered against tlie I } Thai I tand with gathered garment', I 10th ultimo has tho following remarks the : /bw.-Mr. Tatnm and Pearce TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FLORIDA. tif Orders from the country promptly attendedto. .ot. William F. Robertson,'la said can eoiti I.
on T
the Hon. Tboraul
f O'Jm"0 /.. AI.LIAI1EE. [Deo. Si, 'W. SlMIrnJXO. ilst day of January 1867., by
Ere the deeper shadows r.1I1 t tO ASSOCIATED with him
a business at point! nAVIXO Long Jndffe of the Circuit Court of the SuwanisCircuit '
\ ,my heart t drop thy last Idol, 81rll" Clank .MID TRlueRIR. N. MOW, they will,. BE IN CONSTANT-RE- \ pending In Chancery for the Middle tire! t
Listening lot the hoatniin't call. mercantile business of this city, with a Clinrlra Hutclilnson. at all times, be able to keep the office WILL of all the *ndlo W. AUDIBSOK. a. tt. A.D.BSOHOBO. and In pursuance of a further decree mado In" 4
)' new > .
Come t and by my spirIts linking large part of Its general trade, not brisk nt any open and one of IbCI'wl make test styles of his line. ,_ W. AXDEMOM, It A. U. COLt. cause on the 14tb day of February 1887 sppolata ,I
\ B,abrlnklng feart antold Ibm within a mouth or two. has been rOlqldcrA'hly MkitnlAu.A1ID ASSISTANT M..nAL TWO OR THREE ITS ANNUALLY, n at abort undersigned Special Master for that pnrpoT
t j\\; ..reaDy 0'.the,...1.". Interrupted during the past week. iisnul Bnniurl' (Junllu. VII lice W.tebC.,by workmen.relaled .having fine 00 Jno. W. Anderson's Sons & Co. there will be offered for MIa oa tbd let IuudaJ
"'t ChahM tottman calm and cold. lime for the opening lot the spring wholesale business lo Montlcello, Madison, and other points accessible Watches expr1eo.e having them as carefully repaired May,1807.on plantation !.Leon county,khra .

.--- I has fully come; but the merchants are not POLICE.Sniiiiirl by RIO Also by .t.ambo' from Pensacolato at his shop .at any shop North or South. P.A.OTOB.S the L'ean Nolr place,all of the properly,rols .
I very active. A few buyers from the Interior are T.mp All work warranted, If well nsed. personal of every dcacrlptlon.mentioned In ib'? .
From the Macon Telegraph. here. Many of them who were supplied. with q.olc. Chic Joseph Cliaaon,"David Robinson 15-tr June 1. 1806. 7ly eeedlngs In sold case, consisting of the follotj

", A W.rd C.r.. Jubl 011,10. General Commission and described land,vii:
R l.ulnl.
; have ,
goods Illt 1.1,11 crell. not yet ellcel.( MEDICAL. NOTICK. ForwardingMERCHANTS g of Section 18 the NEJi'of Sec 2!,'I i .
A new era U ojionlnR to the South, unit it M nil their 011111010. R1d b.hlel RMklll1 COUNTY OFFICERS.-R.B. hIlton JadgsCclmInuml o MYERS CORMAN EKoftB> NWVot8c2zJ. the E (of the BE\\. .:

feared that our |1lnllll'l'lI arc ulxmt to |mnmc the of time i nOl CI'dll Court; It. 8.onde Be; Or W. a .8eelti.theEKor theNR'iIof BecBYthe H,, ..
f whIch linn for (icrtods varying from three to six .- itmmidems, hieputy Sberl L ,Tie Dr.' RANDOLPH IN the N WV of Bee SO, the WJ i ouWctoJ po8ey r 1WW bmtighl j jlhe.loojlilr Laiit year (hero were comparatively largo sales lo Ao.or and Collfeol; L .T. ala Judge( ROH H DEALER C'oraier Draytoai auisl Di aus ".ret, the WW of the N W V of See 33,the 8 of lint. ,..
totUrrntkin'R il'Ier.> :AVc: lundo a pule those men, but n fall hi lime prices of some clnsws of I'rotmto B. O' OMAL SERVICES I" of the 8 WX office 14, the 8 W V office 97,tie I,'
cotton laat year nml the grrutrr purl of It t > of men'hnndi/n their trade generally miprofllnMc. Court; E. M. Wesl.C. B. R. L Brace, this ell_ of T.IA. .. and surrounding Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. of the 8 WV of See 33,and the Wj of 8 EV tt s kS3 t
In,11 left Store of MessnOrefrory .
g. I). Cameron,Juatlce of the Peace.H country. Oren Drag -.- all In township, range 9, N and Xl contalt
buy bread and meat for thin. Not only cue. Ih; Thin c"Inll. their Illullol nt limo A will promptly attended to. 13JO acres, all ,situated lylnK and being (0 tbeaa '.
money made during the sift through our' present time. .MlairiMi Read ek*>e>li. gj-: !Re.Ideuee with Dr. NAil. WAEE FINE GUNS WILL SELL on Commission Cotton. Rice Na ty of Leon State of Florida. Also 88 bale ol.cola! t
I )1'r Hut dullness of business In its relation to Ihocountry ben.hi'Sttdm PLATE Stores,Timber, Lumber, Real Estate Produce W Mules 1 Horse MOO pounds Bacon,60 head wu f
band Into the grvnt corn al'' liucon 11 but Hi trade ,Is by no moans the great feature ofmercantile end Merchandise. SohesdfihecpflOb.ad'tlog. or. puny them*
Table and
poor:M orf$lit Innd' arc brought to w ant; am ) and commercial atlairs about which ..- l.rlV. aroi>..'l.Bil notice. Cuter And will do the business of Receiving and Forwarding can be collected; also 1 Saw die Sugar hollers Vq .

dcnlli.' A'! &t of our business feel solicitude. TIme and ProC Mstheninlle with despatch to all American and Euro out, Carts Plows,Hoe and plantation tooL a.
g ji olMiy,Ciuwa, liirg crop cottnh III II|nrhlol.allcl,111 M.iJ. J. L Cross,Superintendent FANCY pean Port,on reasonable term. utensils,1 yoke Oxen, 100 gallons Syrup s lam t
with a good' and' n food, In n b'IIIHlky fir | iiHin| the action of Congress ni Talc Dr. John S. Bond I-jf Watches and Clock and warranted. The usual facilities,offorod Customer Cane and Provisions. "
Irc trll and BIO sort of settlement I II Rev. Chas. Kenmor ProC Latin and Greek. rfpl.4 Consignment and Order solicited' r
people.' It In true cotton IH to tut nindn to sadEugtl.h. yS,1S0tLcITYHOTEL JOHN EVANS .,
ajiy desired. Lieut. II. ProC of Engineering
earnestly Our mercantile house 8r No.. 8. 10-tf
great I TTTILL continue the practice of Medicine T.I.I.bu.e '1 Mash In Cbuactn I-
I enable the plantcn' to pny the of their are reducing their stocks as nest --
Wljl' ml'l BIIlble. A. A. True Prof of Trench V V and vicinity. at his ,eld.oe. Feb 83.1807. 46wtdeNotice._ 01
fme.but let the crop heenl I Iltalll, many have belBld allrJe, In rear ofth old Post OMea
BejceaMtry ot'u' f |iM'iulltnif of thu family.Do Ie. cost manlarll'o Importation. STATS Simimiusay-FemsALi DUA.T"P'. Nov.. 13, 1PM. 18DR.'MILE8H.NA8H .
the pant two or three,weeks, however,
UiU and irmnlnlni liilior to tin Wllhll 'Rov.. (''has Kenmore, Principal.Mrs. WEEKS after the first publication ofllut
cevot there has been A firmer feeling,and' prlen are not J. Commission and Forwarding SIX '
E. C. Kenmore, AssIstant .
production of grain and tho country will nth'iiift, only maintained but show sign of advancing. McGUt'Pi Popretr. application will be mode bytheundenifw

info wool _mid' In hut Whether or not the change will Office in Bear of Post Office, .. to the HOD. Judge of Probate of Leon count;.6
tutvly b permanent EDUCATION. MERCHANTS
1 b piwiwrou II 10.10> or : letters of administration oa the e.tatoorll. L Li, 16'
alKMild aim at no one cnn tell. Madison.IH TALLAIU8SKE. FLORIDA. deceased, late of sold count,. T. P. TATU .r.J.
people 11. The stoppage of wo.I"1 mills and' other manilfiiclorie F. I I'r.tden&.Ideae.. -.- >o. S. Slay ..., ..T....h, On. .. i JII. 1807. iliMltw ..'
JWe with that there Ullt- EIrel. g- RESIDKNCB WITH DB. M. N .
agree | not regarded our In
by a*
Itl'II"nlr. II merehRI' J. I ", Tallahassee. AII.- THOMAS H. AUSTIN. CHARLES ELLIS. I '
tie to added to the w < h we true tense an Indication of rather "urr. June I 78 PROPRIETOR OF THIS HOTEL IN
any TiE
b arlc" eopylo 11.Mler. Late of Flo. and Columbus,Oa \
result of above the public generally,and tnveleraln particular Apalaclilcola, 1867. ?
ns n huet'lcgmtiumtmtle
PaiPABAToaT SCHOOL. .18671-\-
I low from a the Nnliliei ('niiyh.It IIIIIIII".II.rHllcloll
'aU that he still Hv. auil holds forth at the Sept. 7, 1800. 103-Oui
.the merit of tx-lng hoth huiiioroiiH! and true; requirements Irl.le. of time Mine C. Smith | Mr*. B. Stows; Mls.es Mary and DR. J..H :BOLPH above place, ,u of hIs friend he says but "THE
}mlntlaeturdll 10 great quantity, were Sarah n..r little,u be feel* sure of them-but to all(friends WORLD. ito
and' I If relleel It the moral IH will
yet. we 11"1| a hlrl.Iall can lessly produced and are nil- '- and ) be would say that hocouloAe.lo W. ..SUimoDOB" ..B.MAXWELL W.H.1111811OUClII'"a. ,
< .. acquaintances ,
.Imolerl. _
I and market.
Riuttt iittttumMite mil accommodation
jne r Music OFFICE end
/ ail aul,1 1'u.lu Irl.b ,
.\\1 abuiuliintiofliljvrtlir nut pn.":' 4 flirt which most accurately shows tho prevalent Mrs. L I t r L ece..text' door, to the Epl.eopl Church. r.r W. H.BURROUGHS, & CO., rplE lentlon of the public I I.Invited to tl cUt'L ':
j..1l fueling ot our best Informed' mlrehnnlil Ja.. 111 IJSOURN Meals will be furnished at any hour to suit the OENER.'LCommission of The World a* one of Ibo leailiiiK pt* .
f ted populating It I II UI''' thin: They are making l.rrl'"fUII ) n fur dsurchrB.Dr. traveler. There U a lnepAR journals of tho country. It Is the chief ori.ui oiuDemocratic

polltlc| II any ollicrmlrx! | ndencennlll Hluiltbttr ". smaller business 1111 year Inli. ao extent Jame A. Harrold.Rector St. John Church. LAND ROOM and ForwardingMERCHANTS Party of of the United State.,and tItle ,II C
'" of limo diminution t CHtlnnilcd at one,third., SoInrgoa Iliiun uf.ervlce U A. M. snd 4 P. M.Dr. most advocate the Immediate restoration

I; MARK ('(fl55. / proportion of the 11lnl of the whole' John' E. DuBo>*.Pasror Presbyterian Church. attached to the Hotel, where the best liquors cal Union. Its highest merit consist in its cnantwiAm .
I Will the flit ever lien anything f A Kreiicli country eo[erlall similar their operations views, .1,1.that"the consequently danger 10lr.orenle Jam. Branch 11 A.M.Pastor sod T P.Methodist M. Church.I \! Company be rOAod\ of thl* Hotel Is,** it always bo been, KulerprUlsscr.>ew smd Trissiwurti'spaper.. '
of ; clrnllll ,, ':
cynic upon n"url"'IN. re I hours 11 A. M.end 7 P. M. 'Prsyeemeet.log \mpjgrAton .a.
: They haT flI $hal we lie of a cl."lrIN 1111111'nlllo I la thought to b every Wednesday .evening, 'o'cJI Juno 19 I We strive to Pe. NO. 97 BAT STREET SAVANNAH GEORGIA The next year bid Lair lo be a more crilldiv
mare nllhlll. .
In the ;
18 of free
.uhJu' the same cal we dowlUMutcorn InlerllU1lcnld. .. agreeably lo 81J TT'OR the sale of Cotton and other Produce TImber history our Institutions than susieofthu IS
eventful Tkiisrequisite
that have
P. .P'.I.AI'ITIECAIUI'rj' '.L-. toforlaion of IK Charter, and will give f Lumber Real Estate, Persons! Property, one preceded It. ,:
In the old time,lunt ln>fore the great era li of f..$I.IIs. .f .Ylodrrot U refer.Prom Arber.T. P. any business pertaining to Its MC for an Intelligent judgment of publicistIs :
full and authentic
1 mMlk\ a account of tact as tbeimt ;
36V87, when vvryl>ody was nm liuidon sketch REALESmjllAGENCY.McINTOSH Sept 11. lOt-Oui
thllub a "recently PlhlLhl' we collate or plre. These The World always 11Im. to then ,:.
Je acuun.JimtBJi we arenow.iiteiini | ., limo follow lug ,. 111 Al''IONEEns-R A. Shine M. S Elkln. DuTies m ins STATS B.1 BUILDIKO. conscientious accuracy,and with equal|UUM** "
lul& -wiw alngKrinx up Multi street 111.lllj Ir .llt.lel AtTORNEYS .-M. D. Papy, B Hilton, JAMES T. MAGBEE, pe., fidelity whether they make for or AKalO'LWIiIIS'
.vyl."I. Tim OH ner In a curt of upologetlc Greece hn 11''n Independent thirly-lx years, It. P. HoKue,James T. Msgbi-e, "R. D. WeslcattMcguca BOLLING BAKER Sec'y, }Tahiahas.ee,Fl.. & OSBORN views u'f public policy. Prompt ectlvmty In 1' "
way rvuiarkml to a knot of during which lime i 1"'I'IIIt"1' han Im-rcamx. > Js*. R Gatlln. Job.It. V JES8C T. BERNARD.Tree,( INSURANCE CO. log before It* reader every kind of ness ln 1110 S o(4
word, 1 'Wlllul know frl"IIII"Lp f"l 030,0(10 U> 1.2.OM); .. '' from t.I".ltl A.MeDtO'h B. M. West, *.. J.RDMUND U HOW8E, Agent, East forid. Real Estate Brokers any part of the public take an Interest U UuB* 'to
o ten my my. muk'S. I'te tried nut nnuini mid a aftr4Ita fl.4000,000( ) to f .IIII) her mercantile marine Osborn A. L WoodwanL.BAKERS WILLIAM I. TURNER Agent,dlll for.. OF HARTFORD, CONN. duly oIl newspaper and the facilities of Thi Pa :

every coil of thing and _'tii I. 1111H'INI( ) vs-cast I,1 IJJ..tll IWOMIIIIO.) ,, AND CONFECTIONERS.-Wro. II. Klu- .Jan. t, U167. &trSouther TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. -.5. for discharging 111* obligation are unsurfuw"'
do a particlu of gi HL". .Old you 1IIIu'Ir iiini f \ :aU.IIMI( ( 11".rll| :,0 don Jr., Munro Malge Co., Mrs. E. Klndon.BANKERS. HAVING accepted the Agency of this Insurance those of any Journal la the United Stales. b 'i
'V'r ) ton oftlgo. 10.000) tons ol' UKiiiimt -0- : I ever else It may fall In, II certainly will notU<
Pettes am issue Policies
quietly asked DI..ttca of tho If nol' I'urml' 8.0 -Win. R. Co.BARIIERtThurstun Import and prepared to to
perhaps hud better IL"We parly. In 1KIO nnd' luli.ieco: .,.I.n. % light wil", A C. H. Export TIlt Brui hming formed extensive business rela- all who may desire it In Tallahassee or vicinity. furnish Ibo news,nor to supply II with suck peal
you try Johnson Taylor.
tude spirit, freshness abundance ,stew $1
In the variety
\ raw silk hide principal cities of Ih* United Slates, Among the many advantages offered by this company
would warn the people lo make com. L g''n' l'li. IIUH Ih'lril. swinges BILLIARD SALOO.NS.-NOMIU .t Scott, j. L M*> COMPANY. Is now prepared lo place Plantations, to those Insured are the following : and candor that no class of reaJers can Din* aI
and Hour mills Lo.ube.Trlel
lee to about ,' Ilul'e. iron of Interest which finl 1)
do' 'i I'Rt ; they II'UI Guffln. Mi.City Properly and all other A paid up sod well secured capital and large thing they wish to .
suck out the substance, and thei, like"ildgrv**, llltr.I ., 11.llik 1.I"1, an.1oo faetlrl' ,Alabama and upon the market, .u' II. World will publish document and vgutuali ..
emllt Berth wllli their craw. AI. Hee to U, Alh"II. \ in ; )1111 |" only BL.'CK8MITJSO.-Mn. E 0.111.,lao"lnlta. to the best possible"voolge.Ceoglo Annual Dividends, which are paid the um.ear. pared by political foe just a* freely as LhllCj .
10 a i make it a tint 'your le- 7.OMI.( hat now .VI.IKKI) inhul.iiuuU: ; and while thena BINDEI-bl" Fndcleu.I I WILL tar OIHca lu the MallO 1"11 Building up .1.1. Its dividends onre declared are not forfeitable pared by political friends; nuking It. 0.1" 'J.
'nee coma Your q"1 demand U. 1"r cluster of hoeU alIII.hut.1' hue % I BOOK'AND MV8IC STOBE&-John MeDupl. LIBERAL ADVANCES for BE MADE ON MeQUEES MtlSTOSIL T. W. It .accommodates Insured by giving credit during menu on them, of course, but never. \reMJIIJ
ahal.1 cuUlr hmo smut marhli-' ,' and a. Euopo Morkel. Jan 1, itfil. :SI garbling them because they are calculated w* ,
A I II better crib of It" I wili gas, j Order for Merchandise the continuance of the policy for half the premium
c cb any Crc"o. every or
f 'Ol.er.
&ai I'
( has age own pen, Advene arguments *
kind. Chl'kl'10. darkles and every 1''h'MI., fn'.tl"l.illl| l.nlr..II".III. .-!'. P, promptly and Judiciously attended to. and thus furnishes a larger amount of lusurano
luI. BOT 810E l'fa Machinery cannot refute It Is content to leave to w&uII
living thing rejoiee lu have 5s)hlll. "" RUI'P the ls *for much smaller cash payment than Is required '.,,'
11''n thii Ib''rultrl. .I.I. .II'1 I 111\. BRASS L. Uemllly. By arrangements reeolf.m.de, Company in "oil full impreision. The World adopts this ruJ'
.' moat.18 planlept In oh tlinraT Tho men ity(, al"llll tret- are \. .11.I'u"Irom all .FOlNDER-L. Rawls, Edmooaon now prepared to All orders forEUHOrKA CABINET FURNITUREFine n cash J.company.H. MITCHELL Agent. cause It conceives that IU first duty to its nk" fttI:
tree JO"I'1
of the \oltt .IIN"I lot pri-m with n U. l'nl ll.alt I. W. Bowen, T. W. Shine. OOI)N, Jan. 2'J. 1H07. B7 to keep them thoroughly Informed on ever p5subject ,

,log We people Ullul"hlhl'lr 1 nlk. l'lul lo 1111111"1.m".adIK iUi._ ""l'r "11I",., U a Ilohlod tree whool.xutfmge.In manv 11 CARRIAGE A 8ADDLE-J. E. Purity and d.Unrh...mlil from two to three months and Plain of Kinds S Importance. In iteAccuia'aee .

'Even the Indian' .got drlk.Ve know 11 I' 1.I. ., OK-II| on ,eiiial| terms to art, CARRIAGE MAKER AND TRIMMER.-E. B. \n.. a FLORIDACollegiate uimerclal ImttUts"and .
and ol education Uoneot CI.rk.COTON. R F. FLOYD, President".uoaUIe JUST careful
oouie Urge plantation, that haven't got cniMiKhtbuck th.Ky Ihlll..t T. PAINE. \ )reliable market report.The WorWIi
to make h"r.> Of votinw the perfuct in }:un'II'| TkU in w liat llruw-a ha* ucconiplishcd FACTORS.-T J. Perkins A Co.,G. W. T. CUNNINGHAM Agent Liverpool.A. continue to maintain III present high repOUZI

own(rach pluee'" c'tll"W0lh aliufka. .hire her ili-n nlhnilment Irtl the 01 U what i U the Military naturally looked to for authentic lufurnuitius r.
1 ;.The BUnling annouevmcut w a* iiuule in low \'lk'lhlo nought by COTTON WEIGIIEKS.-IIdr Coles. **
there wasn't wiikof I (.'n'lll. now w' iinblv. oiriigirling for; the aaiuoLuiiiiirv tlmgto trade commerce and finance; sod Ik* 'h-
yetnaY.lblt a corn lu DRY OOOOS-Mellbblo .t AI.n. A lepklOI. ELKIN'S -.e.s- a feature In which The World It.dr.1t*
lw. A" to bovt I lllile' It 1''IN ".. 011'.t. D B ., R Wllo Br., S INSTITUTE. challenges comparison with prides every journal II' eM
I we b 0"1 to cotton Ild worship it and e --- ( 1 laul Klrksey A JObIOD. k SIOUPRISING fESCU BED- metropolis.. '
are in lamlne.Would ._ > XM.KO Poalo Roseufeld A Blk. Livery and Sale Stable. \J steads, of .: Coltage -_ .
that rm. b""I.llo 1.1 U : ; HIKE IN 1803.-Thtilonlgouier S. humor, R Williams. Jacob Triest.FURNITURE tI.eut Ash .od -- Terms. :
sonic Joxeph BedtedW"loUL.
uc a
the*ulj.1 I He W coul gv. / lluf ) Advertiser of the 10th the follow ITORE-Go Damon. HIS OLD STAND below Rawls' shop \_ M"IIc. every price; Marble Centre INSTITUTION, formerly known the WEEKLY WORLD.
o as
.whom we ever heard', w ho got.corned iu Ulrig" leg report of I rnvnl divMou ".f the IUII'11 GRO'EltS-E. B.ro'. ,., McCormick Tlb AT where can be found Horse and Buggy .Ay? .; Blr.I., with and without Marble Top. THIS Seminary West of the Suwsonee River, Onecopyoneyear :

way. L jour Kiluuiion.. You are now,$hi Court of Alabama : blu. C. R. A. Shine, A. F. teams or Saddle Uorse at all. times. He ha* Just Wadob. and le.rc\ie., with Choir the of lot I* BOW in successful operation under the charge of Four copies,one year, I
deM-riptton. comprising
from largest
returned and : J
""', in I"cut ila eat," iimde ol gunny We publish thU Iluril' 111.II.r 1I'.rIIO'' Ceu Dloa sod confidently K.ntncky eipects the..Iablibed patronage bis Stable ol of Faruiture ever uttered iu Ibis market. Maj. J. L. CROSS Mathematics V. M. 1, Superintendent, and Ten copies,one year, % : '

aack Vou'\egot to borrow thu mumy lu deiUion, recently l Supreme (muir- Ul'S8MITll-R T. Bruw. old friends u In days gone by. Professor of an* Taitica. Twenty copies to one-ad dress, .
buy the lU; you V pit to teed' 11 mule* to lAtilitMit.. Llgham'l K\etuor: ( fromVlkon IA SE XAlER-J. E Purdy. Jaa 1.111. :81-ly -ALO- Rev Latin CHARLES and Greek.KENMOBE, A. M., Professor of Fifty copies, .4 itSEMIWEEKLY t' ,
haul the corn you've to driver / A ASSORTMENT
; got to OF
pay i'ircuit ( founded onpromiMuirv a IITEL-M.-u/l-IIlolel -- -- U 8' WORLD.
drive the mule lo haul the corn; )'0 have logrtane ul'luI Ihl hire' of a slave fur .- Randolph Dep'ly RB. BROKAW'S English.A. UL.,1L. DcVAL,Professor of Engineering and t
Plain and One !
10h.i"r\'I'II.r .
a the wagon etc., and you can run on in tl the )ear | on the trial that the 'ulledl'l;Sherman CunAt. AaalacimmlAuea.or- Fancy Groceries I A. FRI3E University of Paris Prof.-of French. copy,one year : '
.IV le of the "cow w(ith J. H. Mitchell Cotton Fonrcoleson.yeat., '
born .
cruuinly went into of the dcfciuhmt $1
t. thii ,
( .lu\1 1..lon LIVERY AND SALESTABLES. All of b be offers The Board of Education lake Ten copies,one .
didunU-n the great pleasure In 'ttfI
pile the hunt at lowest possible term year
up. Hiring empty corncrib uiuU the contrail, on the id JUIII', ISttt. IDJllliIU..t INSURANCE COMPANIES.-B. C. Lewis, Agent, fur .h Country being able lo commend the School w lib It. present
\ iu hU |<.MAiuaon ultl 1st J. IL Mitchell, Agent .7. ProU'o organization, to the patronage of the DAILY WORLD.
JI.v. people.
D' b.tl'w jUt suck ordinary crojM, bccauee It. w lieu the military)' fo,,' of thin l'uii'' .EWElER-Men.0"1.0 U. K. Clark. D. 1 1I A thorough course of Mathematics! Natural Sci One .opy,one year, .'1 _-1'
'. b8. 1" to ""Ulj tare befurv. 'occupied Ihl "Ollir. and he LUMBER Y ARD.-W.ll Avery.,. I ences, Latin Greek French and English will be
the motclllJ of Ilwin.I the feiidaul's,'11,1, 1'ul. w ithmit fault Ollhl' MACHINISTS.-T. J. Basselt, Railroad Shop. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SADDLE.HARNESS AND CARRIAGEESTALISHMENT taught.. OCportuollle. are afforded however to CL11I PBIZEM.
in our hind rab* the com the ow uer. L' pul.f >e tuta the Supremo Jacob guardian may For Club of 10. One Weekly, 01la1011. 1
and let the 1 people Join. the chorus, "rulwj Court d.dd. TAILOR-Jro.Crl.. select. For Club of W, One Semi-Weekly. at)
cornT Burkhlm. WAGONS AND HAEJ The School pro*'Ided with Pbilo .
1st. That the hirvrwas 10 the ophlcal and For Club of 100 *
rtedprice One DaUy.one ye
'. detuadoll qul'k. bfoe t Ham hal a for the full kll If 1..11. ;I'\, althougTi a he MANTUA MA.ER.J.. K.oebrugb. Mrs. \.- NK38. for aa [INoY. T.IMS. 17 i, Chemical Apparatus. ..

c to lax u. thing that i>n't lad IIOt the M rt ice of the I tom a part of the C. tbe I HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVED A LARGE A SOBT. TEB204B ; mBECTIO.W.Addition tll
t, ,, one ILLEI-D. W. Gwynn.MILLlNERY.Mis uncut Goods consisting ofGENTLEMEN'S to mode LiD/,1I1 .!
.ph.I'1 ''tOI term it.2t1. ) HENRY HICKSCOnlSlU o Per SchoLtotlc Tear,ending June SO Club may be ally
lo speak 01 and".r the |>eo'ple : That the emancipation prochuuation |huhmlL.lu.l !. E J. Stephcuson.Mr*. a A AND LADIES' payable In advance, the balance on the 15th one of-Feb.half year at the above club rote reo?* I
.1 r plant corn t May G bl.us one t I'a.un by 1'rekideut Lincoln lu January)', IStUI I.had LusuulmNOTARIE4 TO ALL KINDS OF WORK many: Cluuge In Club LUu mode only on *
of I M. West, Jo*. H. Bull, D. persons receiving club package. *wu'i ..
wlU oucoI.i| -' uu force Cr l'I', in this Stale; 111,1 Uuit .Iu H'r Cba.. H. Pl'BLC.-E. Fine Double and Slugle S.DLE, Classical Department,......,..,.......150 post office ADd State to which ha pretIoUh1'seat
-.s.-. 't 1.1.t..111 tUli Slate in May, IiL\ Au.ln HltirkvaKllhtoc Bridle., Collar sad u. Primary Department,.....?.....,,,.. 30 and cucloUng twenty-five cents to po1 't
The reign of terror in Washington U a* sternly 31 the note 10 being"'I'olt II ,' rei- O\'ITER lollE-" Nicholas Brwn Saddle Cloths, \Wp Incidental Expenses,..,.,,,,?,,..,..... 3 trouble of the change to separate address.
enforced among members of the dominant ,. al.1 lieiug (l Ii>y legal preMiiuiition! troiu thettermeuUt PA I\ .- A. &. A Boyd, Campbell At where hi* h.old will stand te, below Mr.to see Elkla'. L.er Stable and Shoe flonl 0CTery description' There are no extra charge .,cash In advance ien4.1f1I'1''blt.t'Term. Id' ..

u over the The follow era of >f.the 'cuiupuiut) (uiyitlile in money. TUaun. the public ple attend t pro I a kinds. Board can be obtained in private families gtu- Office Money, Order or '" ..
py minority. it.I'I.I.t' t 1''U1 lot be chuuged by pro.. of PIU'tll'USt.-. Baton,J. B. Bund, Richard CeofUy.do their work In Ibc Will deol. na "a& any tlm dining the Session and mail will be at the risk of sender. otI1
tremble at hi* frown even more than bi a Jurol a'I"lt 'I..t"'u the |>artie. that. I. Rndlll'b. H. Randolph Wi F. Shine, prwllo.A'*call 11,10 13- TRAVELING SATCHELS AND will be charged from the thus of entrance to the n e have no traveling agenta. Address all

bet, and oftener feel the vigor and k 'DUt lfhlb wo to lie. pakl In'l'olf.'l'nh' Mates I Klblu., M. IL :01.. Nah JA S3, 111GREAT 33 Tl'SU. close of eV.ion, at above rates. and Utter lo .0"'n
and In..11 PRINTERS AND Bucko- Saddle nd Harness ". Each county West of the Snwannee baa time TilE .
Ho keep them In and drive note; that the ordiuanc of the "OIH'Uliu. ll'BUtUER-lnr. right ,. J
hlJ lew to send free of tuition fees,one scholar 33 Park line. '
Trimmings ; such scholar
will, whither they through |ines..tl.iu tjiteimuicr|> lM. did not aulhori/e &, Dyk.Illb.k.fI01'OGIlItWI Ca. to be nominated by the Board ef Feb. 1,1967. 40
&em a fl'a Ad Commissioners of
go l.bui.i.u 0/1/ parol Ch in such CBM-, LAND SALE 1111 ilb. their -
t Buggy recpectiv counties
the greater fear of hiuuvlt The New York (,'all r.t'e.v.ry iu Into. .- Georgia and TalUbaa- Rims.
"I. Axle* and Springs F. EPPE3 I Itsti
BU ,
Tiuut says: -. -- sea Railroad, Prixldent. Fre*. BO. Education For Sale.
Overwhelming laorilic of the I'uiou party I'tae iavri: of it. REAL. ESTATE BROlER-clto.Obu IN FLORIDA CARRIAGES AND BVGGIES Dac 4,116d.$ 2-4 tJ

enact proviaioiw .' w hith would The New York Jaurualvf Cmtmurtt dwell* SOl'THERV nUIGITION CPY- of ,. --- M VALUABLE PLAN rATIO\ P.l!.
have and James T. M.ugbeis., me- EVeI" TIFLLRe.ldencethru mile iurLh
lo. were, scouted on maduew a year upon the(loralyzing Influence, vf the schemes B14. Machine( BJUng.Fla 'IUoo. tiact1.850aiTe <") "'
ago. progress t Or i it ,-orcowardice o T'.Ur. Bullion Bojter,8ecy. WZDVlD1y basses known u LIVlJ OAK. The
I ,tk*17U lx)7! ) I Work State which "
t te UWl.bo maul fortbeae reconstruction now agitated in Congret a al- 8 EXPORT IMPORT c-I F. 110'4 Pree't; OH uU.l sell, a public outcry, dJ o Apr tVrnandloa patch. wade tu order sad RcprU dou milk d Seminary.FEMALE suti upward of 400 acre of ..
I 0 to brand \'a"y Kit throughout the and w Licit eventually T. .yue.Agent. about tit* and Sixty cleared a* rich hammock laud ut? ';7t>'
hi d 1"1" &ulL luud"d Tbo.n. .4rutrorWRgELER& -0--- In the Sute. .. ,
The rOllIJ.LI.
them aud lutul In react 80. Myers, Agent.SHOE Acre to .WIN'ad HOWE tMg
o nlmpY'.4
mollOW "nuipll tl upon iudiutry. AaiogleCulkhow OMlANT.-\ BWIG far and wide for beautiful
iu grov
:[ OIl
the .
dency. nan .ut>| fur a uioiueut that "CUJ atut along line of sold E PlRDY DEPARTMENT. nH -
bowpoweifulb the UiBui-uc-e ITORK-o)UD toad, Keys,amid a. Ot 84.1355.Notice.. Magnolia,amid iu I'nDgaol '
taeae laws enforced without largely iu- I4VEKY.-P. Brokaw, M S. Tibia. we klAn a41'"o corn -- --- : 'TlU be If not sold by tbe .wneruczt.1"
c b thus in discouraging the iuveolnienl of ITA8LE. B prUiu land fd -- .e-ope& o. IIID 38ih of October,nnOer Ut of l>
creasing \tug army. Not lesa than two uele fcUploa, frees These Und caerally well Umbered,and offer tbe charge of 1M Rev C'uuoju KasMoai will be for rent .
hundred tl l.n will be required fur &u clpli in tub port of the country; iE.MER-.l-C.* New Orleans and a Key West.tlunU t to pcnona datrtug. lo engage in the lumber sod and Mrs.8. L KikMoac,with competent ateiatonu. Address m* II Newton Baker(0. Go01PTJ.

a II 1 paying oil our debt, I .W are reliably informed that to-day several sisal store biutuM, o la bruiag or Opportunity will be tumUhed to |>itnu* any of the for particubart'address Ca". A. .amy'hai.eefI. ..j
: new one Will our people pay heavy Rii:li h "ltcU'CI,bo visited this couutry ,'lt1 2>cw Cap), At O'Leary, f. ApalarhicoU to th. la"lwl'lo plnclntDtb VYITU to yl.w of oper'.hn under the BankingB&k branches uughl the beat fccmUjie* r.IL II.

Uxe* with the same alacrity when they ace the lull & *. of imrcluuing cotton Linda th.Gnu 8ac. Ilure.Company TERMS U_cL -wJj
t tt SfW ._ vs been ;
and Sssnuah.is. The authorised
the M .U.UI Ralu-aad ComiaadV to opened fur addi:
not FrladBud
proceed to lightening lhecxtcuti s.f U00,0IJShusre abandoned their olhe n.1 ', b
) ottia eufbrtTng martial,law upon purMjM| in view!( .the future < .. St. Mark te New Orleans and i wl Ku' t.'.. ou subscriptions amounting aika t one hun Per choUtlc year, coding July 1. 18H7. one- DESIRABLE RESIDE
i half
,aad the under
b th ucruti. and tbeat.BA'i'IKGS auntiua of the balden 0. the payable; la advance the balance
doU of culh. 1Mb
on.-Ihinl ol ppl and niainlaiuuig the civilg auice the deklga ILkal politicians isparUralarlvhvllrdtolhiseale.By o thald, A. B. Uk" Mosaos.upeuldec ebflloll'1- of
1 iad lithJ the colored races f- have become tClau BANK, NATIONAU-Fnak W. Web order ol SubscrIption. wUI be.. A4 W.Du..K FOR SALE.
j 'guck policy U this o seeds of dikcon11 ready to 1a fully 1'1.U bier, ('ulr.TDiSERWI. ,8/tTEa I TruU. at TallaLuAce at office received uT < by th* Idenio Primary DeperUaent......?.. ....30 Fin HOUSE !
a. Ue tt. IntermeJUte DWELLING
"YoraLI .' I t DepartuuBi.._ JJ
Cmpe .. THE
i .I ,1 ef civil diiJJf"oud tt naliDa weaknewiMid e Uite, but l"r"'IL few who are willing 1 f.81a. I A WU.LUlo AgetuL1'oN'Fro. alt l.to C oa IDtwo CLuical Department.... .. so on th* corner of Ada15 15's a J

1 pril iaalboucand the buy. They are apuoreully doomed ta a lSDERTIE-T, J. L.t 'ED.ILb4AYUAp1I. nulred. ". WD a4 .re French and luliaa, (extraj...... ".".. .. .0 Augustine street*.frooUag tbe Capiu"
4' 'radi awn In Congrt wl nave Started it do not mr hl11 p jvcn\,and ten i I general giooui AEY ITRJ--t" TlbUu. ( Pcmth.un Tbol)1.Uk1 1* ,and Iuddettnj expense*...... ..;: ;;;. I aak.' There U a good:\II Stable..u atr 3

1 Men cb D to give a ment'* t.ed ia*drcDet. m tbl among all \nILEUL DE.EU.-1 Pool Co., .1 JpH Wedne.Juuy,.te I \ a Mot'l A 8 RAWEINS. 1 U M1e U* utiui. Palmitiag and. other ornamental branch the oa.premlM of the moat.all eonvealeal U good repair and ..u.bIe U ..

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