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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 8, 1867
Publication Date: -1867
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1865?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 5, 1867).
General Note: Description based on: New ser. v. 1, no. 5 (Sept. 26, 1865).
General Note: "Democratic."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & journal
Succeeded by: Weekly Floridian

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: DYKE & SPARHAWK. TALLAHASSEE, ]:LA., MAUCII 8, 1867. NEW S] HIES.--- ,rOLl 2.NO.50. .


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: lortbittn. On the subject The of Otlen.the cotton Oop.the I""M M"M"AR I, TheweIghtorFions-. New York Advertisements Railroads &c .1 Steamships <&0. I
#ttntttItI1! crop) .y"t"1 A corre ix>njent of the Savannah .\>/ .t I/scsi ,

Inkltigenier oC the 21st nit., M8I' The New York 7K'wn; calls Congress "(he"an ,1 calls Ibo IIk11101 of the men.hunts of Unit, : -- = = "f '

Mr. Merrill, In his speech on the lax Mil, says Insult to the lair sex. city lo IVatlcls prael'rcd 1 somcwhetv in the sale uf Ocn'l! Superintendent's Office, REGULAR GULF PACKET! ;

1Iarch 0. 1M7. that the dlfpositinn to understate the of cot We communication IK. I
Friday crop publish low
One w ho has suffered', f>sys t Enl a nature'I f.1Ir. :
I ton Is chronic and universal. Last 44OW Atlantic & Gulf
Mr. Mo[ R. R.
year I encvo1ently guards the rose with thorns, so dors 7;tin Rliton flfOit Ar"M .fII,rwM.. The Al SteamshipALLIANCE

Culloch wlsle Into an error on this subject, and she endow women with pins. It has ,1 1 long tine licen know n amomr dt.1-).1IAI1 SAVANNAH, Feb. 4th, l'i4)7.p .
the cotton remaining In the country the line of the
hilt Hood
thirteen hundred thousand bales ; tint It proved The passion now among women is for exceedingly I and, In."ml.llol tYfwhtl ilnthat tin- siln..i !
low foreheads for hair the, prhnl
to be t'ic an much. Mil'ioners In the Eastern over 1(11.1'1 Wi har"1 1 is alioiit \I |Hmmls j\

--- - -. Stntm laid In large slocks of col ton at sixty crnls. and loM-Unks that sImile the lustre of deep r.I. I prc lOfl',pounds and that of flonr.thcn-.roieht It Is tn IH- in the barrel II I :

IJisnop (Vn.ENo has written a long lettirlo lll"I'I k\\n I
The stock of cotton Is always rralcd when ft
that Hour purchased oil bants
In.1 "1 "I Iln 'ltt:I COMPANV le now prepnrert to forward
z Advertising Rates the Ire Is low. But a brisk demand bring It the J"11III Tiinr to prove that the primithc of Savannah docs not loll out \eight. }Klmir i 1 Frelighl* from Siuniirmu In Tlioiniw\ille, Lire

onto There for Christian olf'f.llo praj'crs to CIRI T. from some houses Ih.'r does bold "II.IIHIIIr t i Onk, mint nil nxiilnr sinilnii on Iho IVnuncol.i nn.llleorKiA f
,'creasns
( (01 from Baltimore- direct |!ciieraliy nml, FlnrMi Crntrtl Uillroi.ln. Hills of
r: or TulSEMI.WEEKLY ton in the South norm after the war that do not Dr.. It'11.1 of Washington q.n\ N. Y., fact makes a primafifit case sfi-alinn. bv sonii-' rtlnu rhoulil lie ", ..." I 0I'uatllAnIIqaJ loll'I I I: GKOUOE: STAPLES Commander I

exist now. Planters and cotton traders In- was. lieforc the \\'nr the dealers aid
ore lately, 11l'l'al.l. rll'hr' "CIIWOlllhl n ?
FLORIDIAN bol\.ln.1Ihe ( II' : .tE'I', \\ ILL LEAVE NEW ORLEANS on the ITlb MV
te\IIC11n keeping back the amount of the crop.. planter on the )[I.I.iIJI suspicion Hint the hlm.IM are some .\.Iuimstle IJiiiridillroiul \ serb month for Key Went and Illtennedl.leI'nr.
However, It must all come forward. Morrill[ w here opened ant rllt of len per cent of the touching U ,kpahachlcoha l on or about the !M!
The Hon. elected
7 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ) AntllAlnll.r, United contents. Iclnl Is Ir"l eighteen to I e.\\"ASS.\II.II.\) of the month nnd St. Marks on or about the 2Stb,
estimates the crop of(he present year at two millions !! Slates Senator from Arkansas, declines on the twenty pontKb, ,hlchnahles, parly thus enpii II S. 11.\1:RS ( eiu'l Sup'l. saul having Key West on the 2d of each month,

Jfll I,, One .sonare ((10 Mlnloa line,or less,) Brut Insertion |1 00 of bnle which b not probably for from the ground that hc'cannot accept illiont Injury to : lln Sl180nj bread from the 111111', k "IIplovrn I offer to the iniblle lids rll.roll..IOII..Rn,1In Fib 13. 1":1: Mni: toftrhlnft at 9t. >fark on or about the Rth of the
WF. month, sod ApxIix-lilcoU on or about the 6th, OD the t
. Oae I InMrtloni 1 7on.uquareInseftIonS len they,
,. aqoare fact, though we know that every ".Inlt.n we 1I".lInllnlly'nnnllr'' I II
the cliun-h of which ho a member.
' 'U-llfonlet (.111 II return trip, Inking freight and passengers at thehmcpt
,.i a 50i brokers In the South This system Is not cnly an IntolcMliUvroint" Supi-rl.H-; anv Darning UH In I M-. li I. Non F.IKlonlvo. -
11\11 i And at this rate for 1 leM than one month. One month, or (lhlnll I at only fourteen The lUdlmo'III papers arc nslonl-hed 1 1 IHTIIMIO In but It Is K.ilnllnlio w 01 k l'rl.la' Fri-a Horn Or: ,- '' It will hot greile the rites PERKINS & nKRSKT

i' more a. follow.! hundred thousand tmle. the Southera Relief Association, of New Yoik, tn 111'p""II.antapc ( (iy's 1m,I ( It will nnt Doll fir grease the flothlnr. Ili Pensacola Georgia & Tallahassee Agent.New Orl....
"The of 1800 thenfunwill, ell enlrnlntpil' < HIP cno1names 1 nines brilliant thrum (.tat. It proilnces' a soil lad
three- tn
__________________- --- crop bring ''.lt'101011,. about nineteen thousand, dollars \ nf honeit hrhll: I If"hll thf-attention 11"] n of IIl"'hfllllll/ht.' I 1I1.II..t pci t 1',lug to t the eyes. It A. DEX1IAM- 8' Marks.STEAMSHIP I
Agent
vomit ,
, lf; IS g g II gr II"iJfif fourths as much lngolttns the crop of lSil the after such n flourWi i>f tnnnx-ts.| IIAl '(011 IIP hrnnght to)war can be ''1'11111 nny Kerosene- Ijimp br ntlnptlnit oar RAILROADS. I :
I I f I largest ever produced in the United Slates. nlmlrIAllllh"rih. _
U1L11I11I11I11I "-
.\ dI iI II I IK-
The Culiimlila S. I'. rinruix out I in might House Ratchet Burners.
) cattle _
, I .. I : ( 11" t1-IY"IHI Light or
i .' II i .- G I \to the pril'l(if thli crop, I I Is fiivoniblu tu njn-pdily nppliPtl. h Iiwonldiwy i the dl _. .
,\\u. I $5 18 $10 $11 $14 'I 1818'I, ,'U1'SOII'i-I 'to\ the cnly-nlue centS(gold mourning on the 17th nil, the annlnrl' of nppoint nn \ nnd: hour. \11 reqniro It list been ninm Invorably rectlM-il such pro I ALLIANCE.
/lllnf
ra 8 )3 I"/ $1 fill Ji8, 8t *4 61'88' llil .I 41 1Ihlcf I l'rlg ) Sherman's entninceln Iii that city tlt'1nl' him In 1.1.1 welgfi, 1 Imrnl noiiiuTil by judges' to bo Ibo Freight Tariff for St. Marks Fla. > .
18 23 II'1, 85 118 41: 48 M, M58 for 111t.lll 11,1"111|, II and In Xew anll" II IIIIIII hrMI,1 I''r CHANCE OF SCHEDULE.0 ,
M I1 75j ) tion h h tliecltv and the
fiiv.A (
\ :, = :I :r : :' 7&I N : :, +, SI thirty-four c'nll In The prl'l Is ) hn'"lhllo. n eclli.i ; by.nlllll. BEST AND MOST RELIABLE OIL -0- .

, Ilo M J Ml 53 'It' 1111 lOll 11100,101'' 108 now lending upward*, Ilm'II' for down-enst ciitemporary lh'Olll' the establishment Ih"I.1 (," ho fhull 1"II"hlll l of the I y now In Ibo mitrkel sail 1 In conseqiii-nefl or lb.-IIInnr cc II,.,.,. Flour, Ml fonl nil Calk 10 gall. 73d.
SOl 11II'' It 'III'' 5.1 iii 141"111411'11.. Ji prospect 11111l'fJ'1 fine nny II."h' w .m'D.1 l.,-.lnll"'h"'I. nilnliiK' Ironi limit KXI'l.Of: ION O ik N ASH .hi'l lit FFIIKfAUV I Hill, t ItflT, lIce I< ., Ml Claret per C..k 3.50
ft 11II 10 11Ilot\ 110, 110 India and Egypt nol tinprorlng. of seminaries (r young 1"I' ,here of,111' wclphK Irrf-wiM apt.I KKUOSKNK: tbm Oil Is cxlenalvrly known and Tnilm on ihr-ea Itullromls may tin Mpccleil to 11Ilrrl'l.lIulCilr.: 1 I.'"' l'I..tA.1I1 U'luore per P

'.. 1 1147 III TH, SU sI1es l, I13| II I5* 133 IIItI,l IM 148, I IM III-III,| 16.V, IMM ITO But we do hot concur With )[r. Morrill In his spinology,knilolopy,', \ea\eulogy,cinikology,,\c., UtI I U.",. uor11I,' i-refi-renrp. 'lento .",1 nrrlto nl tin-retiml million nliiiut lice >< do I I.> l h.n, 60 '||

-t. If = = ; 95 107'' Id 154 144 IJ 165 115 1M4ii opinion that the for 1887 111 he can lie taught-the graduates to receive the degree ---- --- \\\ nru now iiii-mre-il| tusjuurmci.Ic the trnild with 'hours 'Ius1ctmaiuc'tl.. 1 tlio rnmtmiiU-n, however re- barrels Rhe.'M' Cor.lnuo, per |ionnd 1 \I I IW
Jo' 113 filii 541 till 116'' 133, 1t3 SS'' ITt 165 I4 IIT crop w much Inrget A .ud (*ornrrr.1. Hit. \nlualilu Oil, nml we .Tldl from Ilia [MiMIO all nerving hum rlclil to \nry Itirrrrrom si their cllnc-re- do t)0) Klnli:' PIT )Kilt, 90 ifl
:. IS 11M 118 111I 1 140 IMI'M$ 1113 I9Iv)1I0' than that for HCI, though the season, it It In IK- of F. J'. W., or Fit for Wives. l'll cxniiilimtlon nail trlnl.We lIon i iFreight 111.rrl'l.Onl"n..ud I.. .'"h.Urh..II'rr box, 33 "

"i.4514. 111.11 II'It I 11I1 931 1I lie 131 1311 Htll 1n110a15p43t 4II5, hope l, will lie much more favorable: )[A. Ha\k..c. \hit shut his wife in Si. rani, ,plrlll Ih'"' debute In th, Senate .I the Reiiw- 'bnvo on h.mil a large stock of II nil .( l Dnrell Ornhuges .t ApFuruiltire' I.rr loot, 20 I
.16 41 'nI 101\1 1M, 1411 11031111II,118, III'I, *1 I Neither lu'ulll'II. nor s"llll. nor fiminclnl lhll'"oll, lust summer, and ns w-as Ihnll at slrt'IIII 1 1111, Mr. I HKNPKIISON I HII"MI. fromMinwiuri ..oiiiu r.iiki: i 1,10" M l1MlI1l1l' Turret, I.7:1IIhl.

P: ..1741 18 411 53 65105 I1S 180.3 1IM175165$10t)65, ,10I1TI10tl0IWTS, ? condition ufaf"il In the South( will fiivor a large the time accidentally, has been nrre led on the win 11 ely thrust }Jnto a corner by Mr. Lamps Burners, Chimneys, ."'" jiilm-v) nlioiil . .. . . . 7110A.M. .. \'ork, IIl'cr saul c ltay per lisle, 1.7:1 i
11.It 118! H'I 181 P10 Ii' 116'' fI5II: m I In culture of Dnot.rni.K, \VlseoiiHin.Vp, (|Citolo' fn"4 Arrive nt Tnllalmiwii nlioul . . IKUIl.c.te : 1-liclu 1.2. lee I'er Cook, 4.110I.
10 49 10 ItII 1'1 too '1S t ,1 111I'' Ii' 597at Inl\o4 cnlton, or rice, or sngnr. charge: of 1111'rlng her. 1[I Is know lo pre I. 1 WICKS &c., Tiillulit.iii>i> MHHII .. . . .101:1( 'i'. M Lard per Tietec1.7.5

i N iu 1114' I65I' "' toll II"" Wliit Northern cnpital: and (lh'l.ro| were employed onsly hlllrl'her life, and other in-limslances "'nhlljlnl letter in tlio, l'llrh.I"1 J''r"1 nnd Ilin Inidu' Illu-r.l I IrrliiK.Ktr Leave Miiiillcelln nlioul . . I I.40 I'. M. liirreic, Wh.I..y nail do per Keg nohViir .
It III If 133 1601 lMOj.nll'lll 181I1 ITS 11I4 III 11'IO11111I ran Kiipply, on 1 Measurement ,
of tlio Itinllrnl doctrine In nTen-iiit- trt'lgtut
{
: Leave hi uti.omm .
In the all heresy about :S.W
have
the foul .
much to of Prrniiimi tbr Konliiliinrt
nwnrdi-d nt
165 u1I.sII65sIsa1J, 11'13'lr rl. piny.KI.AKK'S 'l tOusle
10111111 ; Ilmlnl"bl',1tb given slslh'lnl to the utiitH of Hie Hlnles, sits I.'c l.he (ink nlioul .... IV nonml I1hl. ('"m'nl 1.00( per foot, 00 \
ITO im iiu m, in, t15 S40ITS' '. Ni-w
III'h''IOfrolll Nov. 'J7lh
t I ', H! = 5091 i on: ::| an urn 850r year. The 11'1'1,NS n general mil wo.,1btl'r Galveston Hulltin says that It Is In- never so ITeetniilly 'IlnJr.lh.,1 IstM'r.11I'1.I111.lni.t all 'JIMh to Arrive nt Lnkc City nliiiul. . TM 1l101.loImlllll. 1.110 H.IIaer1, ru 1 ,
under Ilcllllhl. nK Compililom.II Arrive alBavninmlintioiil.. . . .. flit lIttl (0111 (Itt. 11.211 Oats buob. sacks, 00
a .pnlll.lenlt last year than fonncil that since Chrinlmiis aNnit sixteen thousand (Feb SO,) in tIme Sc-nali-, during/ the > ( I l II. NOKKF.U., Clrn'l Agi-nt 110. btoiutues, 1.00 Orange and Lemon. .

The above nice are oar LOWEST CASH PRICES.AdrertUenieoU they will ever do ajrnin. That I IH the testimony freedmen gomback tn from bill AII"1 t'C.'rl.II. Mr I : Henderson wits nrcil- 1:10 I: Mnl.len Uno, New York. 1I.h. .tr<-.Minto the CASH will from ho1 I"IIMlnnl log applying Hit, mtlslnnn hue Fib 14, H17. 44-tlit .. 1tMs 111111I8. 1.1J Powderperkeg. 1.00
unaccompanied by 1.llntel Northern men as well as 111""r 1111 M i
the northern counties of this State. The
80ulher.I'll' allegation I -
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Sou ltitt's, mm fur that 1I"'n 11", 8.M .Inl. 100 I", 73ltmgglng
per
I r.celsc attention.L the legislation of Congress places them Is that Ijoulslaim Ian s are more Just and tnensnre | them nlll., he I Mid that they( re- l.pnvo S.ivnmmh aboul . . M :M I'. M. 'I'.r luer ",.10', S\II n.1.ln. per box. 33tlac I
L the money enclosed doe not cover the number on a political equality w ith the whites, anti this equitable ftir the than those of j'lelllhe 11"1 roiiHtltiilliiniil, niendniiit.| 111. cc Garrett Young Scott & Co. l.ivo lake lIly nluiut. . r. :II is .\. M. I''r I huh ""Id. t 00 RlIl'e per coil. 7:1
fn.hl'l Tl'uMthnt l.puve l.lvn Suck nlnnil .. . N 10' "
t rio.ertloni ordered, It will be Inserted a leg. nnmkrortlmea. will tend of and akecl, huller, juer Firkin itS Rice per tlerce 2110icouuiuls
to dlssuitify lliem with their Industrial the labor! laws of this, Stale,and thesenlimcnt I liliI. WIII-II. linini-dlilely arose Leave Mmlliion .10:1:1: : 10 80lCl'r per bhd., 4./10 I
They will another In HIHlill. how they had rejiTtiil lhiamendinentf leave Muni Ict-llo nlioul.II I.10 lulI.r-e .I'irl.Iui 110 Salt sack 1.00
position. expect, as
JNo proposItIons wUl be entertained for payment step by which they \Interpreted and administered, Inllt'\-, ?ny l/irir .",1, Li -- No, 33 Warren aud 29 Murray Sta., Arrive nl TitlliihiiMi-e nlioiil. . H '..I I I'. M. IIlIckl'I'. l'l'r dnL, 1JO Toh."o per per box, I.JOIhllCltle'l'Reh.
anything but CDMIIIT Moon for adverll lng.9ne I advance, n Ilh'I"loIUC the land and other property| Is such that the blacks gladly seek seek 1 home : biturr Hut, have they >"'.fd 1o11-lllln.eOm- l.rnvo Tiilhilmmco ntout fi'M: 111.00 Tubs per neat 7:1

I, or two coplea, only, of the paper will be sent among them. They have already, In coinnionwhit In Louisiana." I potent .reji-ct tin nim-mlikont ) ( Nl-.NV Y ( H I{ Arrive nl (julncy nliiiiit. . . . T.illl: ( ""ru.J'i bush SuSeke, 411 TIes iron rur cotton 1
the whites the llonT Mr. l>o right, under the homestead 10111n..1 Nl. Murk asmid A.
5 aDieu to Ibotrar7 'r"'n-'r..lal.
advertIsers an especial
agreement I
f The tlllnoitHntittt tlIllreb .
ruO'sbo\l' ( ) says : Our Cltal adtiilxslon >f the legality of thn8111e C'"ldl' anti 'c's Inca and Ll'laor.ID
It made. laws, to (II take up Government lands, but do not cotton cotton l Is now iilxiut gathered and (('lrtll OornO"lulllh,. Smth. nud HI I I KHWtlll: TO rntMmexliillon i 14.11511 i'c'r box. 110 IIrlOlJobll' per lit .
rI1n.m.1 '
i lolld matter ten llnre, with an average or ninede avail themselves of it." sold and Its (.\1 to the tim dodge the qiu-Bllon. Mt 1'.lltul.1 Leave Talliihniiai Ilhllllt. . . .1 In im: A. M. l'IIal 01 cask, twenty CuUou per bale, !too f fI"IIUIIR
i to the line or 90 words make t ..quire.I If cotton, "'lr really to become again a great ".Ih. (community may b | him, with Inerciiscd, $ Uo"ltle at lust AKMIII.\M( \ ) Ydl'XC) ( (JAKRKH & CO.OF ). Arrive nt itt Mark ulioiit. IJWII') M. 1.:1.: I
nearly estimated. .1"11 four hundred bales have the Itndic ) "IhAsI11101 Leave lit. Mnrkl nt.mil . .. B :::0 .hc 1)1(17. M
contact advertisers whose .mount of space staple product of the South, then cotton lands, raised, and ut an aluu to the [".ur"n. f,1 fairly Arrive. Tallahna.iie iilioul .. . . 4 :14)l ::: I
average officer de
producer lillng to 1TE-W YOKIC
bed bon |
I length of time are by above isles, will be would in But Crnl'n.l. alllRIllo \. -
'ova red to coei0ne their advertising ttrictly to their b .1'111'1 on the contrary,own- of one Imndnd and twcnIy-Mvedollars to- chic" \IM to 10or. Mr. I>.,lltllu Po..r Trnln for HIM nnmili I

business, unleee otherwise stipulated.VHICR1TJO ers are really andol8 to 1'1 nt low prices, hut the bale. Fifty lhonnnnd dollars revenue has or himself. The chair '". he (Hender AM I ,LoaveJiic-kamivltloehoiil. a 10 I I'. M. NEW ORLEANS I I :

'!. find no pnrcliawrs." been derived. (aid t over one thousand: hides ..1)) ,'al, and thereii|"m he,proceeded w lib his 1..v\ll.nket.U'ah..ut....,. 11:1) FOR
... .PlantatIons the Savannah river with Improvements year .I"'l'h, without "Q'C attct4'ting to answer the Ar"ltnII.lV.j"k nbllllt.. .. .... 7 4.' "
m .j" were produced at an average return to the farmer ,''ry l"rf,1 'IIRatiflhl lmnilinulc.1' to hll ly thcW''ol.11 SPENCER SCOTT & CO, Arrive nt Huvaiiiiiili nlioul..... .... \I.WA. M. -0--

t ..1't. : spnjiAuDum dwellings, (1"lIrl'l gin-houses fences of over two hundred d"IIII'r| bale, or an $cuuuttoF. The ssne was highly IIDI8.Ing I'ltserngrr Trulii IVoni NHVIIMHII STEAMSHIP FLORIDA I Ii [

M 00 ic, and capable of producing, without fertilizers Income to our ol two hundred thousand to Ih".e 01 the 1.r asa-c1l a. II the guile. (OF XI W.HIN.. J. i .
1.\le Ituacah I..e Hnvmmnli nbuul. .. .. . ... 8001'. M.
.4 U:;* U month., SCO a bale) of cotton to the acre, are frequently dollars." rice. tutu a Ilml.r .f Ss'nutturs. I'hI Leave Live flick A4UA. M. \

*44USeemooths' : > II 00 offered at two dolan (currency) an acre lower bow cioiquieti'hy, n"i Ic hunch' hccc'n" ImPSI ..-. ''Arrl..II.akel.II'.hllul. .... .. .. H.10A. M. .

.rr., H inbecrlptlon taken (ors shorter period than than the original Government for A Wilmington (N. C.) paper says Never coul.II"II'I- 1"'rl'lUII. hlgh. I Arrive at Ja.k.oiivlllu nboul.IJ.40 I'. M.4'onnrcllnn. .
InOntbLftt I'rlc public since the blot.-kade was raised has our port been Extensive Manufacturers _
: lands, as fixed by law hleli dollars
'ro was two m
The tIi Trade.The .
entirely loire of tthlpplng. The looks In .r..I..I. NprImE.
:,:, ; 1 eye
specie limes, aini lower than the at which
,
_.._c... .r C..e.... I..d.- the Government I'rc vain along long lines of empty, wharfs for the numerous New York Iferulil IH floundering about Asmuwuuou.isiu. The Hleainahlp.,".. h-ave HI. Mark (for Niwirlmna

. ,1J.' ..-.. ."Tas ...1'.. reserved from land now sell the alternate l'tlO masts that are wont to grace our waters, ; trying to find atone other caipo hut the true one I Uh, UMIi about anti Mho the' of 4lh cm-nl li iiinnlli rni-h ninnlb.Ibi rUeanii'r About tyniy the .M. O'LEAKY, Commander,

'fit Tfc proceedings In the United States Semite, Is grll\ and shipping clerks Industriously attempt to keepup for the general d'Pf'"lul limtness at Iho.North ..: In\I.I.IM: i-nvci. 14(. M rk. (sir Apiilui, lilc-obt, whore .he con- RUN REGULARLY New Ovlean

,tJr' a) he 21st khow what 1s being clone In relation "Tcr little money In the South. The New a show of work bile Idle draymen lounge particularly among Iho mercititllo and manufacturing nn la nit tIcs 7th, iTt), suit U11h) with the tfleaiiiililp WILL Apulncblcol., leaving New Orleans W,
f\nnnfinl In \ ISMen's Jo''rl.1oo for Nuw Orleans I Jill I and 1 vJ.1 with Blaam elS.
giving for 1. connecting Propeller
!.j |f'00Dfigcatcd lands and lands sold for taxes i the stagnation business CAr"kf laDS lazily on cotton IJll'! This ascribable as much classes. The editor sh w s his accustomed A line ol alni-a 'bv.iwei-u CJulm, Iliilnbrtituo nml KI'R.H three times a month which will stake

'lit I. Mr. FreUnehuysein reported,from the Judlclury at the North, state, W to adverse winds as to dull times, for many vessels adroitness In avoiding the main [acts, but Is occasionally Albany will riiiiiu-it wild tIcs Iruliin. bi-r rrrltfbt to tt.) Marks and return on fltb, loth
House bill tho one cause, that the South Is not able to kolnlrr: WAI.KK.lt.: ,1IIltb, arrival of Bill.
.jDpaaunlltee. the to restore poHxrsof punhauogoods & on ears, aiming through
MJ have due hero. It Is not than compelled to touch the truth. Ho Boys' Clothing
more
long i K'vb. UJ. Kl Uuu'l HIlI'Orlllle'uI"III.PEN. .
land* confiscated by the authorities of tlioM nor even to pay for ) | idlnic, and connecting with Hleaiu.blp rkirld..1AI..I
VI'-_ 1&tel1ln rebellion with an amendment.- IIpll' already ob once In many 3'eal that then U only' one nhip says, after reluctantly admitting that the mlncta- bli-i.la on Tib, nIb and 871E.I .
. mcndc-d the bill that In where hlnll" ble and, bungling at has C. W. UAKKKItr A. H. MIIAFKK I Irili-r. and freight lent to ft*. Mark will have
$ provides casts --. offering fu a (,rg In.Wlmlngln. IcgH.ulon Washington & GEO. RAILROAD. righter and '|iiiltk dl.iatcb| and money may be oIald
. '40 confiscations hare been made,the loyal citso What > The Selma (Ala) Time w ellsupplied something to do with creating Iho stagnation In IOEN YOU.NO, A. I. sCoTT lo Mr. A. IIUNIUH' for u. and scud at oar rlak.
est 7 plantation
tu84 deprived of his property hi hereby clcclar- Ilv.rl I rude : 8PF.NCF.lt SCOTT, F. M. UARKRTT.Ftb. ... .' dfjIr. POST A hOBBY,
t.:1.zed: of the same, and on complaint of such A cotcmporary well remark. that the road before with laborers and stock, the plantations Agents or Ship In N. Orle.n.

i ii .. their heirs or assigns, to any justice of i 18 beset with difficulties, and doubtless. with in good condition, nnd work forward for the sea Nor Is It possible lo ovtrestiinntii the dcpn-ae- 13, 117. 4iim: : TtLl.AHti.il, lallu.rl1, IMMI.NOTICK Ki U-t
-
'II' r Supreme Court of the United Status, or die1i1 sorrows. In a mere material! point of view, take son. The planters are disposed to inahcosure of. hug Influence exercised. lJuI 11 departments cuttril ,I. bt-rrliy nhen Hint no "IF-Iii liT "lll --1Pi2l1-
Judge of the district wherein thojand lies, by the present tariff. The tar for blptnui.l( nlti-r 9 o'clock.All .
which way we where choice of crop of The freedmen are itfihue. high I. HENRY MOORE & GENUNG .
i any Culled State commissioner for said may any policy bltllsiltl 11o\\1.lln are already ruinously Jlllhb roinmunlnillun. on butluru will borrndrr t.
ww U/tnVMct, accompanied with satisfactory evidence Is pren&1 we will probably wish we had, taken addition .their wages(ranging from (10 tn t\'i\ not nil. Businen must necessarily "'IHI"'llud| dIrected tu the uiuliTikni,J. RH SAVANNAH !

A, AttOUc, &c..such justice or comrnhwioner shall Al regrets over the post are out of G|per month), an acre or more of land and n j until lake It shall be knowi whlt 111"u Congresswill MA.XUKACTUUICIM AMI JOIIIIKIIH UK 3, IMUI. in K. \V\r.KKK: lcn. Hni'l.Jan. | -0- P :
In the
it I I
matter. IIIKISlutcirs -
our
tails frsPfy the tacts of such proof, and deliver the from fact mule to the half of everSut Pity
the officer of the place, the that nothing it was possible plough I ant11 will not see that the tendency of the protective -- Till STEAMEUSYLA

..J to stationed commanding within the said State or military district for us lo do, could have brought any ameliora UPlly.11 which lo till and cultivate It, fl.111 almost system now pursued' ran only bo tn enrich CLOTHING, NOTICE.1'IIK '

".'.," h officer shall restore to the person aggrievproperty tion. And .lor the future, It IH as well to put all lu.IJ their teh'll.are fumUheil the few at the salience of the many. In the .1111 llroudwuy. rw "..rk.orro &. .,u"'J "'iI&1ta .
thus himpossession the them. The signs of favorable Interests of a limited and, stillehi class they are
confiscatedand lor the benefit of those are
protect upon record now, tela.on very ( lTa .,. ,cicuucuas HUTU.) '
aid and I Ihe l.wk"1 "C Ihe : NATI KK or THE lll'HINFHa AT Till. H'
of the abetting
same. uhundunt In II/ ,
who have an Northern Alabama the JlkIIJ
short memories what has crop.
a BT\.INI ( Iwoiiht.. Whlo : bo. 3 .- druidS on line of I'unnnrol A
7 t Sherman Introduced a bill to confirm the ulrauly proclaimed as the pllrp In advanceofanyact young wheat Is looking well, and there Is every I all but emancipated ben'lf ( Ihe shackles 01 Joule T. IfiNKV, foruu-rlyofHaiilabury A henry Ilial w. should re.ulrnhul q

$4 i made by the District Tax Commissioners omission wi hereafter ason to expect a full crop. I the anchutut -protective sy.Ienm. anti while thu, .uo AI..X. T. MOOHB, I formerly with llenrya, Hmllbl nil Freights lie |1'.l1d> fi>r lecture removal

_Jouth Carolina to persons In the army, navy assigned as the for II : The )( AJctrtitr of a I, cess which has attended lice experiment I is eunuraglng .u 1'. Ouiuiiu I X 'Cu..p"'lld. 'roll) ilrlxil. K. WALKKH,
marine such sales being made under / Montgomery says rll'lt the other nations of KuroMi| to MlowIn l'OIl.LlI' ll.NHf, ))u., formerly ""orl.lIwllh .IiTownsend AN SHORE
I corps Ornrral
Ood willing, and I living, shall boa decision of the Court of Alabama buiivrlutcntlriil. ,
ive-nth section of the act fur the collection 'h8 Supreme : her train, It Is curious to see the t'uiled' Sluti M.ir.lilXI. IHllfl. M if
rort tax, tfcc, and under instruction ->m the question propounded to this! and Ibis na- Tuu case of Ha kins vs. Nelson was a action of America deliberately pulling. llicniM-lvi s In Uou.HT bonaiu, of UeoiKla -- -- Captain JAMES TUCKER.
a portion of the claims of
cut upon the terms set forth In the condi- men shall not paid by the confiscated loyal ol detinue for horse in Walker Circuit Court,and <111 But a I. Ahhoulh. however the MANUrACTL'KE' KXCLCrtlVKLY Kill ill V. NATIONALFREEDMAITS 0'I'IIIItIlIee'IJurrbaseol

I of sale; Provided That no greater sum shall ty of rebels." b proper the Supreme Court decides that where a horse prew-nt condition of ta.lu j.ol1 a mailer ol and filled out eipreaaly
'. id as overplus to the purchaser than the v' r"g'I, and we have somu of SOUTHERN TRADE. between Havaainah and
nt actually paid by him; and incase of fail- And FOUNKV; says, under date ol J'eb 2-M.: the projicrty of a DOIH'olbalt was taken by causes, it I. Impossible not In le-cl (-"IV.,1tb"t SAVINGSA .'Iurl" kavre Jacksonville every TUUKSIAYNlhht'11
lib the such .Thousands of the of the the caution and prudence of our inerclinnts on arrival I train from Taltabaaae and arrives -
*4 ) cmply" terms i>ron-- Inquiries are constantly mudu army Cole ,es was "LI.I'It SOW rlltrlJn.llllltWY. Lam II"'UII/ uni.1.i X.'KNnw
ahafl I' the nme. the execution of the laws reb them and left the .'lllradl'n augur well for the early Cut.re. 'I hecloud In Bavaunab ou SATURDAY In
n".t y Commooer.Ilg abt cnfltng by on 11.1011. [premises, and nm Till time to eoiiuni't with eteuuer lor New Xork.
i_ authorized to property, rebel it which now rest upon| huHinl. muni scion N l>
mae ( particularly Il was afterwards regained the plaintiff I'utaugrrt by Kallroad can proceed Ironi the train
of Re-furred Is generally tb4 away. The sun of .prosperity' will begin FREEDMEN.Abo
the ondent that ThalleU I"U 1..1 on board the boat at once, wliboDI pin lo a hotel.
mmittee on the Judiciary. Stevens will early occasion to express cannot recover him from the owner, by action to shine upon us ; and the Irl.I"IlU"1,1(1 variety of llauiVMiuid Fu . 1 ._a sentiments on this Important subject"ATL.taTIC at law, without showing that the seizure by our men of business are now IIIir"lllg" ted the BUT TMI, Company. June U 7H-tf Jarkaoavllle Via
";,, I Richmond CouuiWr iu venlcm of tants the belief that In future Ira.J".C the ..
gives the army was authorized by the law of natloust lleacrlpllve CataloKuee with hrlt-ea, .cut by
country will be music rent on firmer foundations rulTlf -S- -- -'- .
qualifying clauses of the BHEHSIXS bill as AND GCI.F RAILROAD.-From the as recognized by the published general orders for t d..lrrd.Nu'

.s : ITlh Annual Report of the President and I H rectors thv regulation of the United States than ever -. 14ihui- !1\1.! till 8"1.1.J7.| JIIAUTKUKl flY (!ONiKKSH.A ( : .
'W'! i we read the third section, any man may b army. --- NEWGOODS'Mrs.
to the But there hi no of the Atlantic & tJulf Railroad we learn e From the Cincinnati .:Kuijulrer.

,s 0 Lgllnr the proscribed classes that the Company boa about 2.5 miles of rail Urirrwlaai 1st Trade ait the >isrihRadical The Soulhc-ru I tN-oplu are to be lIscrI Smallwood, Hodgkiss & Co. |>|iruv. ..

1 '' The proscribed classes of Richmondwhere road In actual and successful operation. Its Physic Working.The under a military vaiwihige. Can It b that the -5- BY'

e.4 else ; we use Richmond Cu ili earnings during the past have beau from Commercial and Financial Chronk of Northern and Western men, when they gave COTTON FACTORS )1.I T. JIKWKTT. l'reaI.IIJ.1 L 1.III.'lIrleo'l..
thl ,) a all men who at any time prvl" year New York the highest authority on the nul.jt.-c t, their votes to place such men as w e see holdinga 1'h.tll..IIIIII1I7! Cedar Street, New York (Auicrl-
_8r i war, no matter how long Ifor aa fight'294'1.7; from passengers, $1 U3m. usa\I. In Iu issue Saturday last : m.jorllID Cogreu coutempl.U-d that they an uOeheral rail Elfbaun Itmk Building) E. KINDON. "
Jany sort, or members any legislative ad ( f ln.91.. ? they velluM .
.w1 OJ mall universal of woufll abW Ilcil power fo Commission Merchants --
: take an oath to support the Constitution of regori presented by the CouipUiiiU! lre the stagnation andthe flt tlu.to keep South .. a.lauding ,

.4 5d Slates, and who afterwards engagedi regulations respecting difull. the Sti unprotitabh-uetiaof businenN. A spring wa- army ole luD.trud thousand men will not .Mo. |4> llrHVrr Nt., :"rw Vork. BRANCH IN TALLAHASSEE
cotton tax, >eruijendeut and ,
wk or gave .aid and comfort to the ene- | 11 a d1'lcl generally UItltr 8 be sufficient? prepared lo endure' a .1. -S-
Iail the lulled The of the says: the lldly within the of taxation, under which .NEXT TO UK. MILKS NAall'li Or'flCK. I
L the 8tt ti "Considerable embarrassment has been city nlrn'hMII of the interior U generally prLuB.YIlt.t"U this 11 1. L. 8)1ALLWOUr"w".11Illa.II..d., EurleA _.
support 0 Con- occasioned dull &au. even appears light f liy .I Co. and 1. L Hmallwood A Co. N. Y. -.-
r)'-V Suit .matter bow high office,cre"lability by the regulations enforced by the Treasury south reported realized \ Inre xirtioii Although of !iucoilou they have converted the South into a gigantic TI10B. M. KOlKJKlSS.I.iK.rglim( lAI.Uudlklaa, I I \V.ls1-ld ut One IHjIIur nod upwards l receivedI Dry (hash. and Urot.t'riell.
itt: to vote o hold office under this Department in the transportation of cotton the h found upon a ( Jcll'l and a Ireland that will be- more Ir'.. it. W. 8COTT. t'lorlda. Scott 4 (u. Sew I II I be money drio| .lled In this Hi>,viiia| Itauk will
: Neither u any man fo of- from one collection district to another. I'otil (rot unable| devoid ol trading spirit., .uDe t ot foreign ilbr.1i than the 11 II. FOOL', (Jeorgla.( I YorkVIT'B IM kr4| .or"'l ou Interest acid "lll bu |jail' buak to .tilitV (Jailers, ]>aiuiieiiies toil Hats,
iudrUediifxs
lul and lunch of iu |
n reason of having t supConstitution these regulations are 1 modified as to puruiit even t liquidate Green judo I. to LliKlaud. ( will be -1-- h. ..'|.illur, .rlnclf| acid Iniernt. alice culled
the United States and the shipment of col ton to market by the cheapest on account of last year's l'u.lu" In solid, compact and undivided If<' is a preCiousflaal. ,or.
d 0 and most direct the Western States mrrihuuU couipUm unusual are prepared' tlirouub realdi-nl AceuU: lo lulerut allowed uu all IU".r.VI dolUr and h'ruit in ('&ml. S.inlinen ami 1'ii-klen,
engaging Ac of
Irrespective Mate to the War for the Union, as ,
I provide rle. h.ril. \" ? ed''Clllla and aril(ollo.lu all lbs ttuulbernfort. .
c,i!. take said oath riJ. and County lines, the people of Floridanor difficulty in making their collections, and cal a motto ever was invented by ., or furwardioiu Ibuan Port lu New Yon or upward., which .ball b.v. beru "ii d.1'.11'| r SIC .
< ud
July
a.- have on hood a heavy balance of full stock the uiuuiba previous lu lIce lest day ul J4uu.ujr >
I not dlwahJo as although befbre the merchants of Svnoab can receive the ant uks. Had such a cousutunialiou as I hi beenfurekccu Bouts ami Shoes; ,
III .11
'every IIUc thaot. but only full benefit of this rte.- rut being that lhi wlg.t. tu the Atlantic we are satisfIed that not ouo 11 ten o UVKW'OOL DIKECT. W'10"0.111 I-r....Jvure *IlL the tUrtir. a dhUloo
ill
cd thirty
[them are disqualified office. The total receipts of cotton at Savannah during ll many &The. New t .cotton for nulls- the br-tve. wen who khouUcivJ a uiu.kct Im as our frlcud. may prefer Our counattlua. lu Liverpool I" made up of lb.aur.lua.. ecu U d'I"JoIo will melv. ([! Tin ami \\'.lt-n Ware
4 -iplanaUons are made in answer to que the pant by this Road have been t sixty.dxl f England preservation of an undivided country, but would are auch M will K''<* our elsitaissI all IbeadaaUfea ilt slurs of surplus lu atldiiiuu I'. tIcs reguLar In* 'rcK-kery, ,
year >>r so comparedwith
united to U It ia supposed there are 11'J gO ltd. Lave been content to emLrl the alternative ofcertiihi of that uiuku. A]>(I ly tw 1"1.
hundred and fifty Dld In Richmond blC uplod and 1.1 bales S Island. lice production t lgl lI of thismonth block journalist, lei the (Colon alwle. .1-ic. SisaL DM (taIls l.cr becu able lu |>aj five ..re",1 'lain I nml Fancy t'uinlic-n, rnimiiitiiiK of
.
,
of still
---l'4iid I "yt third all fur holding office, expenses of the Road for iMiu. further scene curtailment the U"luttorr running.a Thu eulaveiueut i>f a .lut, gallaut aud Impulsive W. SCOTT & CO., Tallahassee. 1ul.Alllu".a..III.. luiule lu t'uiled bulta eiurliii-.

I U voting(ut mem- there the amount of $3,874.77 fur stock kill.ed"azidotahy$29.97Lr Th |Kx> however they may have erred will All IJie Ul. tu Ibv
form I woolen non one our must & ( July 11, '/ HT |' bflouK ddpositursuuicctiiLfaare Stit-k Mid Toy C'amlien,
of
the
1 a new Coubiiiution4t8ftfc tlJ. It o b r .rll' oue cit the WIOlli .. iuler.ted.JJrancbLebitte.
lost damaged diminished its -
.goods and dunUies, gb ra-tuliy ag-
-
be the
only rendered
Thy c eligible The question wit U .u uUblUbid lu mess 7 .11 tics
l
..a 'oe Iwo-thirds of each HU ," w hitch speaks very well fu the ere uf the fregate produtuon probabnr quite 20 per "'nL. age South will el"ureilr w e err lithe manly heartof EARLE. CUNNINGHAM & CO. ti..ulbtlll'h:., from llillliuor |o SVw lirh-uul .Mint I Jule1|. )rul.| .,
0 relief from !
4: p1u who were employees on the Road, anij) also would indicate t rlu iupjly| ofguxds, the North U not ludiguuul at the outrage upon ',. A. It BHlNKI.\KK,

.; f the ** .jw-mb'yiun.ic-' are a great 1lenLul"i of ct along its line and their manufacturers products at a discount tl.( u large c amount In Us old associates of--the-early J'.11 COTTON FACTORS, tltW tbui'e AUiuuri HKUSUIt.A''lli a.." UOIH-III' I'uncli Urol.| ,
'
6o
thus leather and iron trade sunihir totupUinU pvc. >4i .lilfr.Feb. .
oonoistsof |
.1' '.V,b pvl.that whether we D"I'-ratify .BE GOOD Bors AID WE WILL utr You vuil ; and indei-d it would to the be difficult t find au- .Mahtkoff.'Ike:' l'l Air rormpiMub-nt t. llrrailhc.uf tlie New LIDCommission Merchants |\ Imli?. U Iirusmcily 1)rou.c.

: a nJ"t o D.ncgroea shall OCT."-The New York aJJreues important exception consume ,1".liu. ,
Hamlen
vow fur Tthua Chronk cuuiders at length causes York Time, an It.nllnall frlgbtRilstory Nathaniel
paWHaAer The IL
a o pruvuional the Southern people: th -'U. TtJuuf liii... M.-..:.. NVliukey Dropn,
. mnient, as JI.are pleated to term producing thhi general awl auucot unj.reced'nttddisturbance .1 Jut thus quality of the air Le.tlu theatnsaud -
"1 State Negroes, The duration both of the disfranchisement and -.- COMMISSION MERCHANT
however are "tbl'r elise botuea tli'iu- ,
I4., to office. Iissuppcsicdthcrewiifl the disability clauses ovloulJ depends, to a and drprewtlon o bukinemt, and finds cuutainiiig a II EA.Laf'.'iuerlyof. Huullwood, EarUACo.JAUU Madeira troj,
elbe. as white black voters b eadr.L1'eleDt evinced byte 1tI principal source In the tin Ute.nianlikt and sand, or D"r pi nona. A clvmUt made aa aualysU B. Ct>aiiib..M. t:> jHlr. Ml \e. 5. Tt buu|.ll..'.. si.,
. dbl
4D m Sh "tU through which it OU' coune Congrem. The wucluslonII of the air breathed by such IKIMOM : Taoa. J. fait"**. formerly' Buauwood Line ACo.
in the ( unli o and J. L ttuMmwA A Co.IUVINU Nl'(11f141ANS." Route Gum I>ro|.,
. : S prevent cannot ratify ready acquiescence was reconstruct undoubted correct ; and we amazed that He carried into a tl at 10 o'clu k at night .
tenJ"t
gltur a .
It ton now by harsh then cijtrwl -
of i il4e
by a CDgr bottle pUced -
a
l&ll under a constitution hereafter be though it be, will ape lead t m the powerful commercial i'lawu-s of the North are the vapor .Lit h 1'.;ajule.1II111| c-q ticsouta1heofthiehittkandfiuusedd'inacun JJSO EXfEIUES'CK IK TI1K tILE ur MLVCMLM II I tiitHi (Juiu Pro).*,
t tion of iu most obnoxious fur in perceiving the fatal coiuequeu 1 l. and other Southern 0J..bu..u., >Tucliucba.ae., j'la. n
Kirkwy
Cotton Produce
----- Win aaid yesterday that Ih"llv.) ifut present poblical and j.Lite. At tint this vapor Iho collet led havl the ls.W.A M Scc4IctCuoItSr. ) I'urtPine DroM.s .
J KtxrtNa lit*. PAT.-To this qur ti n ". been consummated, he will lavor the uucertahitie pjilyuig the jirupir t..k.remedy. nteU. the Uu-u-, inch, on far aa tooth be de.tenulntd we reapectfullyUdl roulmueuu and are prepared Tbu" Nacupu., t | .
; Claremont (X. II.) Advocate fumidies the repeal of the disability clause of the Constitutional every chemical (t".lilym'.agog to the waters to "II.advance., for watch apply to I. K. harris .5 :.. I llulll'l
: ---
Amendment and difcfranchi.enient will Well may the (Chronicle may, The present lemonlizod .. s-4. {
.
; t f the most ckally .ycl' lua/Bhea I'u'W-r I'ltilUHW: .' I""bat" .t .r. c
J. 0.
TJIl) Muual..Uu.
D'ing
ptl&r: G endure long if the rtnulhern pp1 coaC conditiun 0 the Uaile" of U. w'oJ the iuuttMi\f\ this water. al Br l t..,. but Reid Tucratculi J
,.,Mr. J'D Ber. to.n, has handed utve tmhe patiently and Ilu I te pre country.appeals lucidly to ('tsigrss'* fur inodera- I' aua, that U tu wy in a wtk} it a as found lu hefullbfaaimakulav. TALUJJ & U. TU.'KIDA. 1".... LhiJor.wn A c.. } .. '.11.... .\rr.\niKU TO )1f'TOUE is A
.;l figure* the net product c/ his sever* trial. C. .1I..llb. .
t.lg h&D Ahittleliste c-u these aiduuik .
*. \ W-ly .
1 *
U the aetilrment the Jail
.. f te.t year, which may an wer as a The plain ngiiair of all this la: debase, degrade lion and d\'h ( UMCmentous ihk had grow, and the big out were MU --- t t.'lb Ku., .. I I I (11y. :Bakery :
, sod enslave and allow to We add that it ,
Do
hens pay yourselves us may ap- and devouring the little one*. 8t1llta.l .
qlt y pursuing B. I. siftS. jiiSS lisassa.H. gut. I
seems b kepi dug year 118 enjoy your humiliation lot a seaaoo* we will then heals .lejudly to u IMUUU-M .Uea uf the irron, at the cud oh Iwomonlba, the water was .. ......... .. U.,4&.al Rcgto.. XoKw-A dua... t I 11L4J111455UieuI IDol 1 am prepared to furnlab any thing ta that line I

4tofc_.icturn tr.this d "outlay he Lam rrediu c.ll hi$35 Uttle 33.,\ cows Let the&South your relief not trust and in strike this o Pllli your ft(rtters but- tiurth la tike urh steps as us ill ovens. 'O_ | aud thick still with the suluuilcul work of destruction; various forms was were fain wo on., L BITCH & CO. J.. I, 11$?, -( 81-ly it all times and IB quantities to suit euatoniera. "t f !
-
Into snmething like cornmon Jan 1,14OT.' st
111 : maintain herself respect lo the g 11 At lust but three hidtMU monlen w ere **& RtB.PO8T, A. M. HOBBY,
I .el 1laUJ, al'r o m no are capable of taking delight In berhismi1islion C" / yt u. I lukrokcc-iiic oum>u-n, .,f COl1IIIeo auice tU-y .rre COMMISSION MERCHANTS -- -

will ever seek 1 exali her. Our motto ---- uUuic4 in a drop of water-and these wereaUD U. UOODWIX.Goodwin A. L ,
; lueof epr sold. $20400 should be, submit everything that we are EiricacT or OIIU.t" says. "Weare fi"htiag tu lee w hkh could drvour the other. ,.. |:. I'r..! Ii..(I'.r. Pimm "..) POST & HOBBY, .....-S...... .....-." C. t i

and d tuuold.. _.. M 0 powerless 1 but maeU imtJmtg.-M'ieu* troubled oQ .it assets U-I At the cod c/ three tauctha the water became NEW YOKIC. & Woods 'I''
, prye uo" General Commission Merchants
Tcp of txAJ.
penscsofkecpm". .... ... .. taw ooM 83 nD t s-id. Control as far aa poa- o ta prauatura d.u imutiuu coughs el the ----- -. JOHN DENHAM & CO. NEW oRLEANS, LA. 8r L
nights by FaLLACY EirLootu The UPAPER '
Uiacmivot -
A *
eaanot and only I tt MONTH ELLO. FLOKIOA.
prevent
"
I1L 0 ab .nd tSun throw wf .ivematief Sal. ?. 1MJ& W PAPER AND ]
r to
% .iron
a w. IUr io Texas fur the but twenty ,_ ;
Income. .. .. ..... ..H &w. I lel Let a not 11 front the The muedy I Jiingtr tfj : Nov Id 1w6. 1 ll "
.,' of Lena now 145-which val our 1 1"- I 1"blfe kouwa good Boulbere born Ne. 89 A.. Ma. aVetwccsa 3fauMwa. auaelWllltaam ,
11 0 b b d *, b wait calmly the c\d IM. been triad by recoauuenehxl by a.e us i isli To Planters.
I more than year's stock.on. tau into the sweat of their brows, nuke wore core Ir.Iu5 ::5
J o-I c.e a. l'e accordingly. pt w hie-h.: 1 1 simply t t mtn, by For Sale. NEW

A dock hi said have the Klf- steau ofT ..* '"l 'Uui ht, a piece 0 and wtt04 10 the) imu4 than those planters hoI I AM prepared tu wake Cash AJlauce. OD"'"Uo., YOB
r. article e J P. ConfcdriaMary raw onion, This tacoleiil ia aa worked and live notch Letter than many Tjr BBL8. ME88 FORK and use furoiab Cura sad frovbduiw as ta dwu --
o lufu is constantly Jt4 B&A..t rs- uncooked atatc hi Very beating and eolkcu the .I negroes, I J t IWrete byrvu.TUod.. 1S Uui ftamiaf crop. and Minill Papers' r '
Wing of giate, bas Jnst created sensation laVr aUvebotders. It is J1 BoaamM ta that Writing, Printing
L I d. b Its hand blr a ( water fjoaa the lumg aad ea uiua; vaune- U/re say liATWAKUfrb J. T. ItKl.NAKDAgrm4.
Ha fare, r 1 wo Ioo a brilliant sp.e1 b I. tb*>." dw,1&Star Ilil .. white mm raooM rultlvate the soil of th.rWih." k. U J.. I yM -Air X'1111 .Tl-lt


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.\I.II't:1, : II. SrMMIK; : i -I'l'III.If' AM II I'lll- YiOtiCaft.NIi I. Ueoraln.- l life 01 the condemned. rmy (de There are under time Constitution three kinds reeognlrtretheanthorlly of the Slates is the
t ll VETO MESSAGE "Ionilllllhllilhe be exercised both dUns Industrial right, It Is "the sheet nolSV
ASt Sr'iii. IIFFOHK Public \ will of two men Instead of one. of military Jurisdiction"-one to ;
Iortbhtn.T ,
ifmi 'ttltlll 'TF Il f.FT.:1 meetings sure being held In (( InIm..III' Another to lie exercised In time our salcty abroad and eeC peace at home" if '
in nixn ASH t'r*: THE \\'AH. nr nvl'I.FnIAJ. o'gn. that the authority here given to the in pence amid war) "
"F : lilt Kvftovcrnnr Bnows's Of Ilif t'rrriili'nlnf tfif United fOitet, returning tn It I Is plain ithout time boundaries of the United ordnlned to form a more perfect union !
: Xntiiiiml; 1'iiHmking 11j' I/if llniiKf officer amounts to nlwolutc (lespotiirn. of foreii war Justice Insure domestic I111
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rfti ,tfttirf Ml tntitM? .11/I military tranqnlllty,
'h"t""l irrr> n ,
=o. ._ Atlanta, Utt. t 111, to tnke into confident lion the 1">111', .I .!b-I !.> I'rntMrfor tlit Mart Fffrirnt llnterntnmtI'ftifJMelfHatet. Hut to make It still more unendurable, the bill States or in time of rc-lxMllon and civil war general welfare, provide for the common promote'tetesu hIt"

A 11. A It A 8 8 K: H .It I Circular nminipsny.Ing t tbo' ,"un\ mind the duly .I that Plate' In the ." provide that It mny lx delegated to ns many subordinate within States or districts occupied be by exercised rebels treated in and secure thin blessings" of liberty to cnrsttvJ"
third
\nlllul"nlllllhl and A to to our These ends "
he chooses to nppoint | forltrlerlnretHint AD Mligcrcnts ; havitiM.
.... I n ropy (I nOlk. .tlmt tiny nltcmpt nllheMngrnpliy l II'nllnl A meeting ,1 to have INn To Hit llnnne 1fJ he *l.RII"ns punish or cause to 1 III punished. time invasion or Insurrection within the limits tnlncd'heretofore, and will be spin, ? ?-'
h AtlnnU Another Iltpt't'M'n" J JI obedience to It but beloli I'1"1treat '
on Monday last. w M rebellion within they are ecntnmn to
"'rldiiyYIflrElS K, .,n. h living men I loin (|1iu'MionnhItate.( Such n power has not been wielded by nny mono of the United States, or during i(1
"I called have examined the bill "10 provide, (It.r! the with disregard its sscred obligations
In Bartow adhesion to
anti in our hundred limit of the States maintaining
five the
county '
than
-_ for
: 1'es' nclor* on the, flnat' of life, RinotiB'' the rwlghlorlgr"1ly more efficient of the rclxl' States"with arch in England more It was to punIsh the gross crime of
Thomns for government f In nil Hint time no people who speak the the National Government, wino the public danger defying he
meeting onme purpose Conftltntlon, and to vindicate the
fitnleomin( of our day, ",1 e nltracled I more Mt 1(11- 111 the care nnd anxiety hhli Its' IransrcndentImporlanrc years. Us exercise. The first of these supreme .niT
lift Knglish lamniaire' have borne mull servitude. It requires maybe t>, that we carried on a bloody war vci'ilduration. '
the obitionwrre of
on Friday
rliciled Ilie Hill, following re I I Is calculated awaken. I nm imnii- Lnit And four -
t lon ( mnrcf rilld.1 t lon Juft of Il reduces the whole population of the ten Slntes- called jurisdiction under Military Shall we now acknowledge thnt J
Ili He n it wrre fn>m ndi)]".trdtIb l blilo give it my nssent for rensons so grnv./lhnt/ IIlIl't'f"tn..or.l'ry color.set nnd conditionand I is found in the nets of Congress prescribing rules sluIced a million of lives and expended huh00,'""
hlllrll"3' "h'II".1 N'I' ilved That Ilk Oncmor Jcn- I hope n statement of them mny -ivc otIuerwheru"ithiflgfmrtile treasure lo enforce a Constitution of
j time Etci-llenry witimir. their: limits--to the most And articles of wnr, or whlrt i.
pnmliva 1 "I'lri.1 II 1''IIII'e nt I klni lie .requested to (, the, Legislature of ence on the minds of the pitrlour,! and mlighlened, every. stranger Ami. slavery. No master'ever government of the national forces! the second worthy of respect and preservation ? tot
nV11 degrading
when the Wlilg oflliTrgin( I parly Georgia, In extra at to the men with whom the de'bulor.. mmt uUimnlclyre nbjc< t Uorrrnmcni superseding Those who advocated the right of
1.1.I..II,1 "''Ion. an early .h.y. bad. control so nb-oHilc over bis slaves; ns Ihl"hillltl'es may be distinguished ns Military secession *)'
( --- and t lien .cxcik'4 end that they review their action r far Ix deemed expedient loved In their own JnstiUcatlon that w. had ?
whuitennul ,
ItgllilllIl .lo 8'110 may previous to tho military ofllctrs over both AS as mny
TaP. for law and thai their
To vertV The ,
bill Kurd
1
nil the of States
plnces the ten ,
In r amendment to the Constitutionproponed pr-opl Inwnnd excnised bv the military commander property
t-wttes life
with tlie of tlmfdayM from Hie highrhnrm rejecting thl colored the local and would not bejafe'nnder '
I Permits "hn h*v. not puld their flute' T.., tAn ,,1 by the Thirty-ninth and that t therein named under the nlw hUe domination i>f persons.Il of under the direction ot'time President, w ilk liberty too ,
this that the officers
nnswered administered
to tlon If
Icr of hit men wlioloili In Ilieir I"b.I. may lie as by as we now ?
] Cnnpf military rulers and the undertakes, to verify ;
b. with ST ATI WURAU' HI A ifMonnhlfdlneonnt | preamble
snppllnl 1"I.t they consider the Ihe sanction of Congress
mny "" tnotnngnnnimous, just anti humane time or implied ) assertion we prove thai they were In ,
the nre express troth
FlnHilInn' ()Mc.. l di-envnion nt fnim the atiilily I iii which. HIP give the rensons whit')h ito measure' Is based army and
.on apjillrsllnn l'lh l Mine In.II'I'I".ln/1| Congri"" n< a final et- upon to ant. trample upon a subjugated people. while the third nutty be denominated ifirtinlLaif fact lIghting for their liberty, and Instead of "
"- +--'. ___ a. 'dlwii'.fiiitimrere In Hint munotalilc ,' of nnd the ground tiwn| whleli III justified.' It tl. nppresH their leaders with the "
,. l"uIQel'l question n'.I'lnl.l.n.H..lvl'l. I dn not ,doubt that nnny officers are ns well en 1'roprr, and is called into Action by Congress, ori log dishonoring name off'?
i (vEt y tlTTO l I. onr Agrnlln Smimnnh totnntrnctfor tampaign (ISt.l,) ) SrKniF.Nn "" liNt tlirtetl That in, the event of fnilnn- II ftC- Clare that there exists 'in Ihow Stoles no legal title..II". Hits kind confidence ns nny other class -.-------i'I'-- ilin nrtion CommxM cannot tors anlnst a rictteoos and bosh covies,.;;.. ''
AdrertlK-mcMii and rccrlic Xnhrcrlptlnnn .lur lbIpip'r. cmnplisli the end proponed in the t resolution, government, nnd no ndeiiiiic'| protection for life of the world hns lieenwritten l e"ln'vit"cV'nnd'in"tio''cnsc] of Justifying or excusing elevate thorn In hhUory to the rank of Mlf-snorin i
to :'itwtllknmvn he noon took and. assents Hit of enforcing ol men. Hut the bUtory > patriot, consecrate them tO the !l!?
(ong..s "Ilr i the prn"rrl"llIn,1 nii-essily admlrulon
with the ( in times of insurrection of
croon, President, -
does not teach that the the
llallr.1 CnciiO In vain if it us t1nre"Imllle.1 peril, by
world and them the tide
by
l place of
ikliatiT and In readIng order within' their llmlls. Is
- H jlgl rank UN I Matc iimn. lie tk such ctrpi and adopt, such ffttcc ana pnxl Aullinriu- can never be safely trusted in or invasion or ofi h il or foreign war, within and Sydney. So. let WaVilneton,?'
a* leave
I F. n r MKDKI9t 1>onrduljranth.rlrc>il Aitrtit nt.1g. k. the Inlen which, "1r. {' nicnwre as tn form ttutteGovernment this true as mailer of fact r law Hjrnpden them tot tue
I .ling IHigrnpliy .n i:: may necessary I It Is human band*. It I Is nlnioot sure to Ix more or districts or localities w here ordinary no longer infamy they dierv., puau.h them is they
I onvllle, fur contracting for advorllrliig% and MiWrlptlon, I.Asn I linn, Ilml.I.I.I"1' In plnming' ol'r the, at the earliest practicable day, ant each of not them denied actual tlmt die Suites In question with have the less nbused, under any clrcumstnnces, and It imntsmln'ayi adequately Becitrcs public sifcly anti private punIshed, according to jaw, sad take upoum Should oureciC t,
retching monfj and rcecfptlng fur .n.e. unit mllM-tlng thereby shorten military nile nnd establish! a government nn pivernment', all resulted where the rulers no share of the odium which they should bcutr
lie run b found at the flvrnuAI.l. JI.t'ix.1VTou5loIu "Kjieetlie"and' lellm he liai collected nltnoot, of laws to lie administered by civil powers, executive,judicial and legislative, which gross tyranny their rights. It Is s part of onr pabllo history which aioi ,
mlg. 'lsc U to subjects, tin
$ \hoexcr< nre strangers 1)0 olworrcd that of the three kinds of itenir
forget tlmt thin ntithnr of the !>pcrt>lir Km, Monllcvlln, VILA onrI of (the ckcteli !k mill it \\c H."I'lll. Tbnt of this preamble I Omeral Afeiit for iweh Ing enhoerplon.anrronl..Un. lUingman. be forwarded I copy to Uov. Jenkins Inllreltunl stout they make, ndminixtir. and execute the lawswliii distant' power anti more especially wmuen.umu created! under our (Constitution, there it but one that the war was mind should be carried on for

totadveitIi.Ing._ ._ IO.Ight of the II bug tM-ing' and think otrly ofIdi li requested lo confer with the Governors 'h concern their UmeMie nfiairs. An existing power tlmt sends them I Is unfriendly. Government that cnn prevail in time of pence, antI that U the purpose of subjugation, but solely to enforce the tim
: lili marveloiip lilt l losely resembling tbnt here proposed hnve code of laws enacted by Conerew for the Jonslltntlon and laws ;' and that when .
i 111 ly lni/rglii/ genius, w fin- of Ihe, Southern Htntei In ihfnetn government, cxen'ismgsui'h functions government this
VT Rev. U. W. I'UATT I. our Aitcnt it Apnlnihlcola. orator lilt of life nnd thereto. .vrnl n.I..I' as thew, is it.sclfllio 'law of the Stale ii|"m nil lKn fairly tried In Hitn'znry anti. Poland, and the of the national forces. Tlmt hotly of military yielded by the parties In rebellion, the coulti! }
.h'lf"II"'" nn purity ,
Flu., And I IA anthnrl/ert tn teh'e ninnry 'nr ( Ir I stifle-ring endured by those people roused the should cense, with the constllnllonnl rhrhls
lo the citizen nf
nb ""tI..rM4hin Us ji.Tisdiction. To law has no application nor the
crlptlonl and advertllnl and receipt fur the Mine.tf his brilliant career as I uuiatesuuiutil' Hlid concliidu Itesolveit Anther, That copies, of Ilie name IK the pronounce symiwiHiles of the entire world. It wan tried In the citizen soldier enrolled in the militiii States and of Individuals unimpaired. This resnin!
._.___ ___ forwarded to the Thomnsvllle nnd Savannah supremo law-inuk'ntf power of nn tahlishcd even to Lion was adopted and lent forth lo
the
: -t---- that t ll 1i\e i I of, ,. men, tniinol: IK* I rill'l l hwi for publicntion. pnIKTS State illegal, in to "Ylhnt law itself is unlawful. Ireland, nnd though tempered\ nt first by the in time of pence. But this bill h not a part of by the Senate, sad with only two world nnanumonslr
Hnb r".will oh-crrc the Crop* (*) Murk on The provisions which the, principles, of Knffbsli law, it gave blrtli, It, cntcl- that sort of law for that applies only to dlssenilni
ROBERT II. IIAUIUS{ (''h'". <; go>ernment4 hate military voices In the House. It was accepted by the friomfi *
I their paper, which roprornln I.a tlirlr term of inbrlp- H'KIII.Tlie liin, niplifcal,;' part of i Hie iHNik is not iW1cii"l I.KIIII.: DKRI.R, f$ec'y. made for the prescrvntion of order, 'the suppression lies so ntriKlous, Hint they nre never recounted. the nolilier amid not to the citizen, whilst, eontrnriw of tbo Union In the South, a* well as In the North ''
The French Convention ,
lion has expired. and 1".a tlinnfi-lrri aram-iUcuty... : of crime, and the redress of private injuries, wllhoutJu-t Indignation. ise, the military law pro* blest by this bill, as expressing honestly and truly the ohjeel of 1
I A H nark anor ihr nittiin, Mipillk thut Ih.ll. thilnrtpaper. intcreitivu fi'iiliifc." ( Mr.%I lrvI.ASI: I Imi I A letter npx-aw| In the Mncon(' Journal, u"1.I are in nuhxtance an.IITindpln| the same as those nnniil Its deputies with this\ power and sent applies only to the citizen tumid not to the soldier.I war. On the filth of It thousands of pcnont the '

1 iuhl'iIitl I nfliw'n!11111"irmali I
have civilized countries. have lie. The massacres, murder, and other ntrot American tint their Constitution forbids to the canse. To rcnndlate It now bv refusing i. ?
Ih(' work Il"ItII,1" Join l""I'fllvdy.le"II.I.hlmlll"l. ), endorsing the policy ri-ciHiinicndrd by Gov.llnow.f They certainly not suc people the Stales ansi to lie Individuals within Iriicuts
ties width committed 1 show that the them
AbeU..m''I' not with the nnmlicroftime r I ceeded preventing I tie "lIlIIi..lolI of they passions exercise of in but the
all crime the judicial
ank'd and, power nny
Tlu!akolrli of ( urging the people of Bibb way which the Constitution and laws of the
ablest in 11\.lrlvl1i1.e.1
T"I''K county of the lime society Union t
will Inwrti'd nntll ,..hld. nor hun Ih hern where men tlmt is the ord.iined anti established
nccotrplmhcd in
b life it intiodiiction, what fi,hhios to In The any the one-- by would secure to them, Is a breach of our pllL'litcd i
rl"ly nn to 0, nlso get together public meeting. Telegiililt world. There ns will else will tempt them to do when wholly unrestrained
us w here, offenders courts. It is equally well known that In nil honor for which I can Imagine no excuse
>. flfew nnd to J"IV omitted, It wtmldtmteiimdutlielxxik, snys n one will be snrprittod to find the sometimes ewa|c for want \lgorous prosecution by law. criminal eases a trial by jury U m.ide; lndi pcnsible ; which I cannot voiuntariiy become a party. and to ,.

".h.rU..m.n., "'ll'l hun I Ilki' tinpiny' nf Itnmlet with. Hie part L Colonel following bit old file-leader, nor that lie and occasionally. n
At.nllvn Is called to ,the foinwing new nd I of j Hamlet left out." Pcreonnl hMorieotlilTerfrom t the raw head and btodtly bonex of of courts or the prcjiuHccof jurors. It Is undoubtedly lo tie up the hands of their1 Governments will not enlarge on the incstlinnblo value of time of onr Government wtii be scknowiedgcd by oil-. '
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them Ithin the law bccnusc thelrow
nnd Commercial
I "holl..hR"h keep Intercourse Is
TcrtlscmenUiTax : Into that thexc evils have been much lucreaxed | right thus secured to every freeman, or ppcnk of impeded, capital It |lii s
nil other. hihtnrii.V, ) itni Inakrn "Plnlnn'I1 I tllll"'r gentleman In ..h'r t get up I I big nnd, aggravated! North, IIn.1 t South by exxTJcneo| of nil mankind taught them that rulers the danger to public lilicrty in all parts of time constant peril, public securities fluctuate In value ''

I : Colln-lor'n' Huh-, by H. A. Mi COOK, Ttix I.hi,," no ..Il'rlllllil IH the uitn'n.'' fr.ienn t semure,. nnd thus drive the |icoplc into Iltnp'nl., the dcnmralUiiig Influencmof civil tar, Rnd the could not IK relied on to concede those rights' country w hich must ensue from n denial of It peace political Itself duty Is not I I. Impaired.secure, and To the avert louse these of moral an j
which not h..ltlllilo calami. '
were legally ,
Collector.Rttray. } I Hie I.I.I..S" \h."c ileods nre n'.rI.1, I I Is I ons folly. ralll'l.nllllll".lon.| wbich thu contest has engen head they. of n great empire has sometimes respectThe anywhere or upon any pretense. A very recent tics from our country, It 1 IS Imperatively required ''
dered. poverneil 3
Hut that these
(wopUi' arc maintaining dec'ision of the Court hns traced the history that should
mare without owner n/I"'rli./II.v| rare h"I''IIIII\general history IIA pleii'ointreniling I TilL mii'tlng' at Atlanta Hccnm to have ended local it with n mild nnd paternal sway ; but the Supreme we Immediately decide upon some I?
,1 government for themselves ,
which of
hnbllil- vindicated time dignity, nnd mado known connn administration whIch can be
('.pt WTU.T. IH I P"nlnl'.lf.' ., for few writer* hn\c, i In division. The mnjoilty votc|Xnsihlc deputy never yields. the value of IhU great privilege so clearly that adhered to. I am thoroughly convinced steadfastly that nj

-A good bargain 'for mile I. N. ('oM.I.is nl l the( faculty t .rllhlns; up plijtiant and terse Inopraphiuil Approving the "'nll In 111"lln'II.IRII tier their own lives nail pnixTly| InsiK'tire, I Is In w hat the law does not extort from trim. Hetweenmcli nothing more Is needed. To what extent a settlement or compromise, or plan of action which

Live Oak.DlMolnikin. "k'II"" the general, ('lt'll.rIhlr the course recdiunscnilnl, by Bnown. Tho I iuclf utterly improliililc, nml the It\'l'rn1l'nl..r. time his domination a master stint tIme l people subjected violation of it might be excused In time of war Is Inconsistent with tbe principle of the Constlm- '
\ there will
Ih 1,11I10 that effect Is nut l to can lx nothing but enmity Ion not only be unavailing but mischIevous
cliitli'x. MwMI.KY In (IhU wiixn I minority their In the "I'IK.rk"| by any eviilencc he or public danger nutty ndnnt of discussion, but thai It will but time
I respect 1.1 I It''lng.f own evening which has come to All ; ;punishes them if they resist ills authortv multiply present evils, Instead of
knowledge. the In
ofl.llrll.'I.f. i Ihl finn I.r strIking exception. Ills H'mlory' of .: ir.iw nnd nf course ,adopted the resolu formation I hnve on my time subject' convinces mouth. if they, submit to it, he bates them for we are providing now for n time of profound removing them. The ConstItution, In Its wbole In
:1/111111" f'jl'lel me where there la not armed soldier with
peace nn and
lolhr existing their tegrity vigor, throughout the length and '
-4 Ll".f.n nnt \I"T" inatlng nt I n'nll.' It deals IIII'h w llh: lions. that tho masses of the Southern people anti thine I wrvlllty. to tlon width Is if in our borders except those w ho nre In the ser breadth of the land Is the best of all compromise -"
-A. A. KsionT, nt Lnw nnd Commissioner In /who control thijr iiuhlic acts, wliil they entertain come now a fiiet| < posmble vice of the Government. It Is Besides, our duty doe not In "
A\unl' 1"1 an with (tin fob of hl.II'Y. mid thus, while There Is no ,11 our own mln,11 to ,hat1he still more important llavu the to iu such n condition my Judgment leave
of Deed*, ., Kin. w e drift along w lilt the current of heroine (II .1111" to IH! in Georgia. In time mlnorily -/ diverse oJnions| on questions of Fedonl: rind carry Into execution we measure jxiwcr like establish things that an net Congress is prox| >Bed ns a choice between that and any other. I believe it
hit It
I t..t'nl.I. Ir..f. policy nre CIIIIIIJr'.ly) united In the rtT"rll. reorganize which, (if carried out, would deny tri.d the contains tbe remedy that 1* so much nccdid, "
-To the Ladle, by Mndnme 1.18* fiiext i tnOKO. t familiar w hIm the private nnd "IIIIIr. will agitate untllhlY either get 1 Convention their wclely on tIme Imxlxof |x>ace, nml this? I nnswer certainly not, if we derive our lawful courts nnd Juries to nine millions n of by Amer, and that If the eo ordlnale branches of the Govern. j-

DAMON Furniture Hlnre.Spring adcrnof Iliosc tin mnkc 'lor)'. nutM\CAti-( cnlled by Ihl Legislature or will call one to restore their mutual prosperity M rapidly anti. authority from tho constitution and if we lire ican citizens, and to their posterity for nn indefl- mont would unite upon Its provisions, they would '
be found
ns their Ixiund by the limitations which it Impose broad enough and strong enough lo sui- I
I and Summer OnodiJiiHl rnched "by uv will ahvnys Imvo lore rciidew: ",1 U'llevera. of ihelr own. In ono way or another Ibef ftiennlo Tho completely bill how.'vir' na would circumstances to will show|xrmit., This protxHition (is perfectly clear-Hint lit) nIle period. It seems to be ncnrrclr | issho| | that lain In time ol peace the nation which they bore
seem
I I McKlRlim At.l.KK. His history will never become n Slandnr it |1It.0l'e good wild Constitution the "
which most sacred
n declares in Among of that Inslro .
(look. A lilnlorinn' Hhonld not he I Intense dcmngogno JOR BROWN order (U not iu red legislative, or judicial, can have any just powers, Bimple, guarantee f
.. Oarriagv nnd 1 llurnetw fur Mile byTiloinIUVWAHH. I n l"rl'n-ln.1 n as not the olilect. The flfth section, declares those which it derives and plain, nnd unambiguous language, tlmt nil persons mcnt are those which declare thai "each State shall -''-
except
j "llh Mu.\CI.KV WM.An nnlcnt ""lli"nl I m man( to pause .wl.n once he commence to that tho ircccding sections shall cease to through exercises shall have bat right, nnd (limit no hive at least one Representative," and tbal "no
under the person
Inw
organic of the Union. Outside -
I threw Into hits, ofparly. Inti* operate In any elate when certain events shall shall ever In uuny"ciuse be of Stale, without Its consent, shall be deprived of Iu
ton much of the mutter. deprived it. The
\"igf'' "llrl i I have' luipjx'iied. These events -First, the se of the Constitution, we have no legal authority Constitution also equal suffrage In limo Senate." Each House Is mutt .
ERROR ConnKiTKD. misinke, '.-('lrn.,1 In TIIIF.IIH' C'onsnlale ami,llhe II lection of dulegmes, to n Slate Convention by an more limn private citizens, and w ithln It we forbids tha arrest nf time citizen the "JudKO of the elections, returns and qualities

)I;:WM. F. KOIIKIITWIN'K( : Hlateinrnl n* printedof quite nn.rcadalile, in tint history of England: nndxmterlty I 1'1 Southern ""1 are diwtuwlng with dignified election nt width negroes! shall bo allowed. to have only so much ns that Instrument given "". cause.without Tins Judicial bill warrant niilhorircs, founded on probable lions of It* own member," and may, ml with the r"

Iho receipt// of' the, Charily, Hull. The, amount I ( will "11'11111 I far more 1.1lhl.. An calume, the )(lt.r bill adopted 'by Con- vote. Second the tin formation of n State Constitution This applies broad to nil principle subjects.limlta It protects all our functions not only, and thocltbensof warrant, nt tIme pleasure nf n nn military arrest command without concurrence Thus, a* of heretofore two'thirds urged, expel, "a In member.the admission"

")hould have been f:AW, In"I'I.I.r ifl7l: : im riltcn. ', ,'nrll.t" IH.1I"111 Ha hAt'Y. tin-, Frenchman ,. gob s ,11.1 pnxxcil 1 over the P..h..II.s veto, In insertion by into Cmvcntlon tlu Suite Constitution so chosen. of Third vis the \ States which are within the Lnion, er. The Constitution declares that "no per of Senator and Representative from any and ill it
_. connection with the duly of I Southern n pro son sluill bo held to answer fAuna cnpltal or other- of the Slate, there bo
hoi tin nnilerstiMHl the pro*'luce of the historian people ion which will M-cure the right of voting nt nil but it shields every human being who come or can no Just ground of ap

L1TA DI"trictC"nr'n'n"" Ill IH- I"MII Tiil- I than, hiM Knzlixh: (' | nnd I In I tin* ('11111" )' .\upon them. From what clcUionx lo \" '" nnd to such while men ns Is brought under our Jurisdiction. We have no wise Infamous" crime, unless on presentment by prehension that person who are disloyal will be ;
Iliu ). .I.llmlry. U..I.rl 'nnd.IIIl'lI.i right to do In one place more tlmn In n grand Jury. clothed with the power of legislation; for (hi.
on another
( ,. already published, the general current may nut lie .for rvlx'llion or
lllu.o. tIlv. felony.
2.h (111 did not ) '
AII.r.h. iM'ynnd '
para I""lllntl'n.f 1111 that which This bill holds could not happen when the ConstitutIon and I
the the
of works in 1 of, their views Fourth, the HibmlxHiou of the Constitution. fAir Constitution says wo shall not ill) every person not a roldier, nnsncrahlc -
e .I..r t"l Tllulllli.lrl.t.I t. r.'nllllhl Illmllll"ol Fiction. TIIIF.IIH the lilslorinn may b jlherll Thexc 1'1 t rnllllcation to nnd white men not disfranchised at all. If, therefore, the Southern Smtes were for nil crimes anti charges without laws are enforced by a vigilant and faIthfUl Con L. *,
n-grocs
are retuenteil| to attend, i\'lib tn o .ii'iigiitia from I wn n very Itiren-nt |ierwni from TIIIVHH be that \hatrver lelun I II Ilbn Hhoulil. b gone nnd IU icttial ratltlcatlon liy their 'n'I'-' out of the Union, we could not treat their people any presentment. Time Constitution declare that grcss." When a Senator or Representative present

I each Circuit Hlallmi and Mw!
W. .'. KASTKUMNd.: : I"II.r r..n. nhovo nil limit aoiiie should bo Congress for examination and approval nnd tho Soma persons assume that limo success of our erty without due process of w" Thin bill set admitted or rejected ; or, should there be nnjr
>k tr reference for I uttuuthunt" while theolher'8will mel 1.lopt.II.r nrms In crushing time which matte nsldo nil of law and makes question a* to his eligibility, his credentials 4.
Paficni In Dinlrlct II actual, approval of It by that bixly. Sixth, tho opposition was process limo citizen tummy
.* -"I- plencn_ _"l'' ) lie, studied dI."y, t for Its purity of language ".,111 the l'OI.llullonalll of the net. In this adoption of R o-rliiln amendment to time Feilernl III somf the States to the execution of time Federal nnswerabla In his person anti property to the be referred for Investigation to the appropriate

The-Trio- >s.tlr- II.II"I''rI"1' ofslylo. No rller has CMT .\. I Ise Hx>akx Enquirer: Constitution b} n vole of time Legislature elected laws), reduced those State and all their people will of roan, nnd as louis life (to tho will of two. committee. admlued to a Real, It mutt be upon

f The ill nr. % ceded, M\cu I i I In ,thene r"qw'tiu. I Is i arlclineKo .We earneMly advise, Ihl'lfor.on the score under the new Constitution. Seventh, the adop -Iho Innocent M well as the guilty-to the Finally, tIme Constitution declares that "tho prh IIcgo I- evidence satisfactory to the house of which he
1"lllh.f 11"1111 and, pnwerlully, II.IV TI'rl of e\H'dioncy| .well .imperatIve duly that lion of niii'ndment by a sufficient nuinlx of condition vnssalngc, anti gnvo us a power over of time writ of hiiheiu corpus shall not bn suspended thus become a member, that he possesses lie .

1 i "rtel d''I"II.| ; (every w".1 of wbli-h, IIUH I r.ielness, In nil thai him 11111.'t| from I Hie 1"'li"lllnr Irvldl for tenting at an enrly a other Slate' tomako it a part of the Constitution them which the Constitution doe not bestow or unless when, In case of rebellion or Invasion requisite constitutional and legal qualifications.

I I..n (lIt In t11 thU l"rllnr"ln.I.) .' nlher 1,1.10'1, | that t cnpflvalefl' nnd ('I"ll". I I.rOllr.l.II" day of thou law whlh nsBiimes of the UnlUxl Staled, All these conditions must define or limit No fallacy cnn bo more transparent the public safety may require It :" whcrons If refused admission a* a member for want of due

matter Intcndiil fur : render, wit.Ii I the ,'nn.I. of( a tnnglctnn-nnd I to strike the State, and to Ilrlke IMJ fulfilled befi/c the, pcuplc of any of these Slates, tlmn this. Our victories subjected the Insurgent timid bill declare martial law (which of ilself allegiance to the Government, and returned to
lo.tlIY'1 pnper. rnr
--- .. yet w'Idle 31 on read" you doiihl., ami, wek Ii rwlst I right of every citizen, out of existence nt a .I.w. can be rcliuvol from the txiudago of military to legal obedience, nol to the yoke of an suspends this great writ) in time of peace, and hi* constituents, they are admonished that none
L\MENTAIII.R DKATII. J\MI-M Ii Wo will carefully obey the law meanwhile. domination j bit when they are fulfilled, then arbitrary despotism. When an absolute sovereign authorizes the military to m'ike the arrest, mind to but persons loyal to the United Slate will ht
GRANT iliuil -1.1"lt. : 11'1 nil liln "11"I.I.I'rlll' 10 mnke yon we with hlxcjex i will glee no cause of complaint or attack by any Immediately tie pains antI |x'naltles of, the hill reduces his rebellions subject ho may deal time prisoner gives only one privilege, nnd that is a allowed a voice In the Legislative Councils of the

nuddenly 11.1.1)( from i ihe rnplurc 'UII It'lluI nil the while ft irthuig itselftixin r oppositIon t but we (ball lie lake to every sent are 10rrftHt., m mutter whether there lx peace with them according to hU pleasure because he trial "without unnecessary delny." He huts no Nation, and the political power and moral Influence
of a blood ri-Kiilleil Ihmiloo ment and obligation% of to Btntc lo and order had tho before. Hut when hope of release from the of Congress are thus effectively exerted i lo
v.J 8..I.I'lt I | you I that tlmugh ho duty our ourHelves or nit and without any inference, to power a limited monarch custody, except hope,
gal phyHlenl t'lwrIU'' uUt I I nnd hence it Ix t that hiM 11..III..I".I..t.dv.M, and to thn constitution we have sworn to the siiMirily of lie or property. The excuse given pate down nn Insurrection, bo must still such as it Is, of release by ncquitlal before a military time iut.rest"of loyalty to the Government tini
of t'lipL I 1""lrr..IIII, 1"I.r 1,1.1..vk.1.r Hupixirt, If we fall lo invoke Its nrlillrnment In for time bill In 'ho preamble Ix admitted, by. time govern according lo law. If an Insurrection commission. fidelity to the Union, And Is It not far tatter :
"from 11'IN.' ul.'lt limo iiiilen, denials of the truth nnd unit'unto (,I many of his I limo >hint quetillon o( the life of hue Commonweullh bill Itself not u be real. The military rule w huh should tnkejilaco In ono of our States against the The United States are bound to guarantee: to that the work of restoration should be accomplished A f

town. Dr. BOM/ I,! tubs| illy hapjii'iird to Ktnlenientx and Infi'rencex than nny other of mod- nml\ the lilxTty of her people." It establishes li plainly. be used-not for 'nny authority the State government and end l in each Slate n Itcpuhllcnn form of government.Can .- by simple compliance with the plain requirement

{ b p"bt. but all clfurlH W'N unavailable in arrest (.r 11". l1t" hut ix not the The CharlestonIni'y fi'eirt pnwnlx purpose of onfer or for the prevention of ('rlnlll., the overthrow of those who planned would it be pretended lint this obligation Is not ** of the Constitution, than by a recourse

the bcniorrlnige, und death cnmted. In 'u fewnilnuUn. t'ruh, ] Iwcletor rmlll.llo biographer. g'I.. \ .f the whlib we repnxlnce.Having ..leI..w" .- but Holcly a* I luemm of coercing the |eopli Into: tlmt lake away tho rights of nil the people of the palpably broken if we carry out a measure hike to measure* which In effect destroy time r
M>. e .iuation the adoption jf prindple and measures, to w hich counties where It was favored by it part or a ma thin, w'bled wipes| away every vestige of Hepulilienn State and threaten the subversion of the General q
GIAIT" 1M hlllly exlei-miil. Hewa General history Ix lather Incidental to thin axcertaluiHl the prv.lolu( the act, Hint II l Is known that they are opposed, and ujion jority of the population T Could they, for such a government In ten States, nnd puts the life,, Government f All that la neees.ary to settle

.ma'I.11 huM' Ily In 111 ANNiR.daiigli-' "|1"'I"MOr"lnlr""h|" )', ,for what we want to leant pax-r| lniiilreii| Aral, In.l a* the mo t praeticnliiiestion which (they have nn undeniable right to exercise reason be outlawed anti deprived of their representation proiKTty liberty nnd honor of all the people In this simple but Important question, without further

4 ter u Iho luU ( iii. OKUltl T. WAnD, wllh i 1 Ix not no /1'h general eientx of I thu limex In | What amount of! dixiTellon In given to their own judgment. In the Legislature I have always contended each of them under tIme domination of a single agitation or delay Is a willingness on the

whom In her and and "111"1 IM'n'lv"I"nl l the which tho l particular flgureil, uma the 1I the under them f What tin and submit to Congress whether tliia measure la Hint the Government nf the United Stale person, lothed with unlimited authority r part of all to sustain the Constitution and carry i
I"nl purl 11.11 can we not In iu was sovereign wlthl'i its The Parliament of its provisions Into practical If
whole community ihi>ply "yiiiiistlilu.si. whole character scope and object constitutional sphere; England, exercising the om- operation. tomorrow
r he plnyoil, In those evenly RUI the hlogrnphi I IK wlllII leave ? How far accept without that it executed Iu cither branch of
I -"- un.lol. 1111'1 precedent and without authority In palpable lawn like limo State them nntcnt| power which il cl.iiiued, was accuxtonted Congress would declare

.1,: MNpraINIi EouarI-pedsil '.'.r.... 1..11. alm\rlo make of hlnixelf I partisan or reject T conllict with time plainest pmvliions of the selves by applying its coercive power directly to to piuw bills of attainder; hint in to say, it that, upon the presentation of their creJen
.. he Uoulliutlun anil utterly destructive of Individuals; and thai it could down would convict men of treason and oilier crime tithe, members constitutionally elected and lord
The : Court met In t his ii .lull) \tent please In Indicating I the career" The first Impmuilon made by this Act might those put Insurrec
Hujircine ty on .Mondny principles of tion with time same efloct by Ivglalutlve enactment. Tho to tho General Government would be admitted
great liberty and humanity fur as a State and no other. person accused
of the
hut. Pn..II. ('. II. Di llnsT. Chief JiiHlli-e, nnd I IHTHOII -kt.tcheIr.. CI.KVIII.ANI limit, jut. that It offered an altcrnalito to that Hlale.-. which our aucctlon on both side of the Atlantic The opposite doctrine U tho worst heresy of bad a bearing, ometime n pntient anti fhlr ono ; to seat In Congress, while all others would be

Aiwidate Ju"lel JAIKM )1 H.IKKH and S. J., manageil thlx part of bin biogniphy with rare L Tb.t I if we chow, wo might elect t remain. un have shed ao much blood and expended so those who advocated secession and cannot tie t but generally party prejudice prevuiledinsldid; of'r excluded and their place remain vacant until Ilie

DouoLAa. The follow \ rnses are on :: JU.lglllt While glvlnl to Mr. SrKriiKNa nil I )(llr and Provisional' Civil Government "much treasure agreed to without admitting that heresy to be justice. It often became nccehnnrv for Purlinment selection by the people of loyal and qualifliJ

1. Bruce clnk t a..IIolloiimnelnls.ni ) Ih..I..t due prominence, he Illi'la no W.tllil UNHI theIHTWUIH and Uml (. tone the of the Convention Tbo ton States named Iu (lit, bill are divided Into rieht to Acknowledge Its error and reverse mown persons; and If at the same time, assurance wit
<.III1IC.I. ulll five districu. Fur each district an officer of the Invasion Insurrection rebellion and domestic actlun. Time father of our country determined given that this policy would be continued until
no_rouiiHel_npN| >itrlng 'for either parly.. with whom luI!l HiihjiTt HO often eng ge'l lIn "hlh U forced lo no radical a army not below Ibo rank of Brigadier General, b violence were anticipated when Ibo Government that no such thing should ixi'cnr here. all the State were represented In Congress, II

ti. Wut. Uulk')', IVsldcnt Hlutu Il.uik. of Florida fierce controversy. In truth there In a marked changu our political h.bll and lumutliutlonit.ittttecdun to bo apiMilnlcd lo rule over the people ; and he was framed and the means repelling and gup- They withheld the power from Congress, nnd would send a thrill of joy throughout the enure

.1'1'lllt.| | T.. SOuth Wcslerrf Kailroad Rnnk. forbearance In tIM, particular, for )(r. STKTIIIUM wilt uhow that thlll not no. 80 long, Ia to be supported with a anfilcicul military force pressing them were wisely provided for In the thus forbade Its exercise by that body ; nnd they land, as indicating the inauguration of the ivi--
lo enable him to perform bin duties Constitution ; but It was not provided in the Constitution that State should tern which must bring the
fur U not the even of hate who Indeed, the United Government and enforce' thought necessary no speedily tranquility to
Papy wllanl only yearn ao
Wel..u. n|>| ItoKiie for pl-| O"1111 Bll. authority. Thue duties ami Hint authority, to declare that the States' In which they might pass any bill attainder. It is, therefore, impossible public mind.

l: haH h"I. nalional r"lllnt" She bat hl.11 'Inh.'ilu| till condition of r''llg. I"outl as defined by the third section of the bill are, "to I ocour should be expelled from limo Union. Re for any person in this country to IMJ constitutionally While we are legislating upon subjects which

a TOWM 4 Wulklim, apx| 'HanlK, \*. City ofTalUhawiue }'OIMVTI. a C"IW"II.1 l) :iiRiKNa (!CoixuiTTta |cniiltlcd to continue Hut if at any tlll. protect all persona iu their rinhls of person and I bellion, which were Invariably suppressed, occurred convicted or punished for any crime aro of great Importance to the whole people, and

apitcllcu.Vi-*'lii lt 'fur upnllunlH| (''ln, wiih olherxof greater i>r lew prominence Government corden' the change in our Stale property It) luppruu Insuneiliuu disorder and prior to tlmt out of which these questions by a legislative proceeding of anv sort Never which must affect all part of the country, not I

Hogua Homo of w lioni have I"1 opMrnentx| $ In |xillticxi .>ftho ( desirable, it hns the, effectIt. violence and to punish, or causa to be punished grow ; but the States continued to exist and the theless, hero hi a bill of attainder against nine u only during ito hue of the present generation,but i
fo 'ol.llnlon power
.PI..I.. t all disturber of the public peace or criminals. Union remained, unbroken. In Massachusetts millions of people at once. It i Is based upon nn for age to come, we should remember that sH
W. T. Ptiilexman of ('niut Ii irul', lilt cud of whom The delay can only I lx clfvcled by time Pro Isloual I. The thua Pennsylvania In Illiode Island accusation so bo
4 Ualgllr. apll'llll. t power given lo the commanding officer and In New York vague a* to scarcely intelligible, men are entitled at least to a hearing In the coon

Cgll'el. apH'IU| Pivler i for iipi*'Haul, Pupy unit' hiogriiphicnl "k.dIO'and the part they took C'ivll Governuienl negliTting lo ''1 the over all thu people uf each district I ill that ol an at dillcrcnt periods In our history, violent and and found to hue true upon no credible evident. ells which decide upon the destiny of thcmscha (

ad Hilton for ap|>cllue. In the "I''nll,hlch rallud forth his great |M>werx, ('OIVllton. and a tliat Pro>'Islonal Government absolute monarch. Hit mere will U to take the armed opposition to the United State wo carried Not one of time nine millions was heard tn hi and their children. At present ten States are denied

David Walker would 111' added InU'rexl I the hitit,ik. The In aiilijuct to by thu plucoof alt law. The law uf tho State )Is now Federal on but the relations of those State with own defense. The representatives the doomed L representation, and when the Fortieth (at't
a | va. Jainiw U. |utramount autliorttyof the
S all"ult. .hrgtl. the only ruin applicable to tIme uuhjccU under hut Government were not supposed to parties were excluded from all participation in gross assembles on the fourth day of the present
O.tn. appellee. Jlul al. WO"lwlrl/hr! / ap'> : author hax not, however, Ignored thene men, but the Unlt' Suites, no one t'.1 doubt control and that U completely displaced by the be interrupted or changed thereby after the re the trial. The conviction is to be followed by month sixteen State will be without a voice

p.t Wmlcoll npiellcv.| I i has 11..I. alhislonx .Ih"1 only for the pnrxwofilhihlnilion that, alumld it become, an olwluclu h\letll( a clause which declare all interference of. State au bellious .portions of their population were defeated the most ignominious punishment ever inflicted L the House of Representative This grave UA (

Henr E el "Iuu. Molina of and of JI log (Miint I nnd intercKl to Justnimcut, I would (j. linmitllately and uncere'moniouxly thority to be uull and void. lIe alune i I. to be and put down. It is true that In these earlier on Urge masses of men. Il disfranchises them with time Important questions before us, should
11'11 permitted to determine limit case there was no formal expression of determination by hundreds of thousand, and induce us to
plalntilTit l his biography.Mr., dmlroyed The Pro\' are right of person a degrade them all pause In a course of leglslatioi
CIII ou jictitlou for a mamlumiindlamlawd. .II..J UionalGoveniment or properly and he may protect them in such to withdraw from the Union ; but II Is -even those who are admitted lo be guilllcsa which, looking solely to the attainment of pel*

Mughoo fur lulul. Srrl'HKNx': 1'ongrcw.ional, career l'h'nI,1 to-day n'I'nl time white people w.y.I in hi* ducreliun may seem proper. U also true that in the Southern Slate the ordinances from the rank ot'freemen to the condUiun of slave*. cal ends; fails to consider the right it trangreurt ,

7. Win. F. Iwl.'rlaul. 1I'II'llnl.| >n. Itnllinj through a period of nn.t'l ycara, during I!1..1 of the State, Including' those dlsfranchiHcd under places at bb free dUpmutl all lime land and goods of secession were treated by all the friend The purpose and object of the bill-the general the law which it violate*, or the Institutions vbki

Baker and 4>.hn' A. Mclbtc, apM'llera.| /II .ln. of \nl eonse' <|iieiiri> were aetisl on, the Constitutional Amendment. Tho Convention Iu bill district, aud he may dutribule them without of the Union as mere nullities and are now ac Intent which pervades it from beginning lo end it imperil
W.tol let or hindrance to whom, he please knowledged to be so by the Stales Ihemsclvftl.It .- -is to change the entire structure and character ANDREW
Mclntowh Homuof whhli Being JOHNSON.
'
fur i holly
a al'I'lult| "|" Ihoxo relating lo the .1..1'.11 the colored vote of the State, bound by no State law and there being no other we admit that they had any force or validity of the Slate government, aud to corancl them bv %Vaaiuxonos, March 2, 3867.m.s. .

Temple .Co., appellant v. 1'KIMln.( i (.incrnmcnl of the rrilorlea, tutu adnilxaion of excluding t.thimufrmtmu'hhmuutl ; and if it i consid law to regulate the subject bo may make a crim or that they did In fact take the Slates In which force to the adoption organic law'and rcgu- ..

Alleu, apwlle| Mrlntin.li anti rfornpHlUoU | II.w hlatcn, thu Wilmul l'rll'I.I. the Fugime i 1"1".1 .bo by the United Suite* (Uueminent tool code of hi* own and be can make it a* they were passed, out of the Union we sweep lotions which they are unwilling to accept ICieSt -

Papy and) Hilton for UI1IIlt'Cl.| '.' IMW nnd the |s.alofihe, : i it, bring el'a.lol.1 the suffrage into Immediate bloody a* any recorded iu history or he can reserve from under our feet all the ground upon which to themsclve 'iHie negroes have not aked for EMIGRATION TO Ba.tZgL-Much has been s1 nf
1llr.UIII th. the privilege ot acting the we stand In justifying the use of Federal force the privilege of voting-the vast ten and said both In favor
0. limbo led dini i the upon impulse of majority of them of and against Ik
.
\ K. lly It Idle
e-pwk }: operation to
Iwurd". McInliMli( Ktrugglc tu that the IVovislonnl
upK maintain
imd "IIIOI. 1 | hi. private pasxiun In each caste that arise lie the integrity of the Government. have no Idea what It meant. limit bill not only Southern people

W.&u Pwli-r mid l'ulIu). a.uja.huig.| dUunlrousiy to llu Poiilh.; und ul all tiC whichpiestionx Government, the 1"'blll', will tie b bound by no rule ol evidence; there i Ia Indeed This 1s a bill passed by Congress time of peace thrust it Into their bunds, but comix'li them, a* be that emigrating to Brazil. It tinY

10 n. File, upiN-llujit.ti. Wui. II. Turner ( he made him* If heard and ..I..I'J allowetl to defeat the very | for which U no provision by which he i 1M authorized or required There i ill not iu any one of the State brought well as the whiles, to use it In a particular w ay. under the Increasing political pn-a ,
1"lf"l
.. I'.il.r 'for. Hut our limilt I not |x>rmit to i-xlend wad trvatttl.Imttkiwndtnt. W take any evidence at all Everything under its operations either' war or insurrec If they da not form a Constitution w lib prescrib some may be tempted to quit the land of lint )
.1.pI upinll.iul.t I Hilton for "i tl.n'I'trkl ia crime hlch ho chooses tion. The laws of the S ed articles in it and alb fathers !
a w to call to, and all If* and of I ha Federal 'rwunU elect a Legisla and we there-fore he followiaj
al'Uc.$ Iurlllr.t.IIII'l'oltnt MII. | of (tutu \ heW, it a grave ( -xlion condemned Government are all In Lure hlch will quote (
1'lh | persons are whom he pronounce to undisturbed and harmo w act upon certain measure in a from a Rio Janeiro |
.No. I ("ltlll..I.I.,. Nit. I I iliniiiUxed, ply n-coinnienilin. the hit s ik, umsituuning Our reader bow far the Prexident, a* the chief lilul'! authority be guilty. He 1* not bound to keep any record nious operation. The courts State and Federal prescrilxHt way, neither bl.ick nor whites can be letter in the New York T ,

cane Nun. 4 and U ur 'iicd und, Noofdntoiu that lhum ) will flnd' it in CMTV way not only rrvdllalile of the ""ulll', would lie cimuimima| t'n'l. or make any report of hilt proceedings. He may are open and in the full exercise of their proper relieved from the slavery which the bill ImjMwe bun, which i is certainly not very encouragus i

Uu\e yet 1 1"1 .MI"min..1 ax a ,"rl.. art but reliable ,1"lk of the Pruvlxioiutl Government fulled lo act lo initiate I arrest hilt victims wherever bo find them with authority. Over every Stale comprised In these upon them. Without pausing here to consider Can my voice avail to warn honest Atwn- *
1M
the l'fIUlt. referi'iiie .for I lhec\enl 1. out warrant, accusation or prootof probablecausa five military dUtricU lite, liberty and property the policy or impolicy of Africanizing the South- can mechanic and laborers against a blind Among I that himself
time
lawjers preM'iit frumu ilwlmin1' w euotke n..n'liu our day rxpreiwion of the popular 1 ilL If he give them a trial before be in. are secured by State laws and Federal laws, and eCu |urt of our territory, I would simply ask the gration to Brazil r Each steamer bring from 1*

lluu. E. J. .IS. of Mddiwui, und .\. II.V of gloom.Jotcrnor. And It I is very that that the action of tl|*renldenl flict the punishment I. he give it of hi*grace and the Nation! Constitution fe everywhere la force attention of ComrreM' lo tlmt m.i.f > ... ," '.....- to 300 deceived men ami < ?. .,.. .1,. ... ,n..m.l '

110" KM| ,ofLiku. (.i --.-- or of UtI Pro Ui.iuul Gut eminent of iiyoueof merer, not because he i Ia "'lUmAnI..I"' m .1., & evervwhere obererf.i'h.i" __.th_.n.. (-. ,.l..6.u.........-..ion and universally 01 know lulgeil rule of constitu of whom are miserable and begging for hrl|>' '

) ( Sunnn, of: M.ir; ) land, who wax recently the !tnt&mu, would m'rioti.ly iullueuce the To'casual reader of the /U might aeem which this bill proceed? Thetiuief' Isle tional law, which declare tlmt the Federal Gov loss than two day*. There U room (br sosta'4toil
bill
TuK KNOS\ll.tK TllhAWlN .. that some kind of trial was secured by it to announce thit it i Ii intended Tof the more ernment huanojurisdiiiiun labor-a colony will do '
Plliifkl, ('* kiNl._ .1.1.1,1' Slate* $eimatur1 lout declined lu-tion of the '. It ould per- efficient authority or |>ower here, if judick 7
\ w appear( n"'Ii.rr.Ihlll silos accused of crime but inch is government' of these to'regulate such managed. But n .
The Kuoxville (' ; not the case. tea State It i I. bulJucU for anv, State. Tu force the solitary mechanic or labont
the '"I'.n' Il .f ll iHlh KM'" iliut lo accept that |,.ilol. 1 He xlalea that he w bile the rro'lol\ul Goveniment of the The officer may allow local civil (tribunal to recited by way of preamble' thaI no legal State lime right of nuTrago out of llu bund of the white whatever lois skill may be, cannot, so long a. k P -:

,t." of Cen. J. C Rim.Hcy, litdii..',in thu hut "'''O'UI'I'li.de' that .. "UI lieu.r u-r\e the Smu- ,'alt.lr It deem 1''I"'r..1| t, it ,''"uoll'n. try offender but of course this doe not require governments, "nor adequate, protection fur life or people into the handa of the negroes is an arbi fai a stranger, compete with the cheap slmmyta lit .

4 (Iruuil Court of KnuI rouuty fur "rriml oftreaH "'ul.by retaining the ptwiliou he now oecupie*, \ciit wliiui.% Tlie qut-ftiou "hit'' U thu< m>- thai he shall do so. It any State or Felcnl and property" exist In those Stiles and that peace trary violation of thi principle. cheaper workingmen who do the shabby wmutk

'1 agauwt the Slate, HUH luk"1 up tbu tiny .".llhnl "lh thU conviciion IIP can Mnted to the Hate U uf | Court presume to exercbe IU legal Jurisdiction first good order should be thus enforced. The This bill impoac martial law at once, and IU Brazilian trade I have seen many wetl|t' .:
II.IU. I. one witch uiomrntuua by Ute trial of a malefactor w ithout hi thing which arrest mention these operations w ill wives and '
and ." the tutor special permission upon begin so soon a* the Genera! and mother, and gloomy men drs pS
\ .ll tipuuii| tiiuire.'Ehut recitals'
the twli.. 11)II.nl.o co>
by 1..u.1 1'1. CUM; of I,111. IU Inr" ILiliimoru lliinltfsayt thai ..11"j js.litiiiun cou llolltlu. toitaldejtmuitu.; fur II involve our and juror* aa being themselves malefactor He U this-that the only foundation mptm which native between iu harji rule and compliance American pasm-r-by for work, and tellin; *

'. C itiuril ( Akhhy Hiut%>iitiuuii| l In the Jie' t thfiVHre riinmni alloat to Ih.1Ihll''n'llull whole future. hIM. queuliou not ho can save hill friend from justice and spoil his martial Uw can exist under our form of Govern with the terms of tiu measure is nut suxpcudod same tale of disappointed <-* '
t ) expectations.
term the court. ThU and t'\.t lightly enemie* contrary to jual l. ment U not stated or so much a* '' .! nor are the people afforded Consul i is *
that optima linn. delenninetl lo ri ftn )Ir. time for tree over-run by them. Amt-rk
u 8rannhi any de Every
ttiio. answered Actual -Z
I or < alely tube "
| nut decith-d It i ill also he : war. foreign Invasion
provided that shall have domestic liberation. The
; insurrec bill ton b full of nimj
W II. power to ? them.
81..1. e Ulieve are the w'ul. and that Mr. ('s, Hie say them, take martial They ejilisl on our i
only rasen remaining ", ( Lieutenant (iovernor this impiihte olt'aWntJIt or at the auggtutions of to organize military commission or tribunals; tion-none of these appear; and none of these in law fir>t, then deliberate. And w hen they have war a* landsmen and boy*-good, killl'ul -
ou thu docket of thai Jild ,) bail maiUarrjugemeuu to join Iwndx but this power he hum not commanded to exercUe. fact exist. It U not even recited that done all that this thank
'Ir. cc uchtiujuieambut, to be met a* the gravest Immune that any sort of measure require them to do serving the the pittance, and > ** '
8.'an. 1 ho hun h''I.fo I..u more hit linidthan "hi the l lUdieuU u.MXUI a> In* .holl U lirmlyMated ha. ever been submitted to a people ti ho. are .i It I lii ntcrcly permissive, and i* to be used only here war or la consider insurrection !I threatened. Lei us pau& other couditiou und contingeuciif, over w hich, of navy greon-horn For organlxed pay euiigniti* ,

any oilier, to change the law ,wt u I') MM. in llu' G t Theu. 1 I when in his judgment It mil be necessary for upon thi* question of constitu they have no control, yet remain to be fulfilled I repeat, Brutal otftr many inducements. &
lire h'rlutrl tional
I.i. | brme and bate been free aud Litnl
.1..i aba tIll uot &. the trial of offender.1 the the power of before
w sentence of Conceal, they be I'
can
a relieved
in, thin fUut'tuMn weghefor I acoumihwion recent trout martial Uw. any poor man i is wretchedly foolod whim kits
1'.nV"'IL.. >n>ided and "hul II') are "Iul lto decision of the -
| ; .11 gel that ,ln-l'ore'now, iu Ihe history of the world, were made it pre-rvquwile to the pun Supremo Court of the United State Another Congress must first the Mat-, his "
apirut6 the expecting to do better
Itiuayuou lie i-uii idend that ullkiiih l'II.lt' l4i fonu iu ow u judgment uU>ul llu' ._ I ishment of party. 1& would scarcely be In 4.r paris Milligan. tution made | consti Ott
I pruxiulioun m tutu lime luu lw.u when the truest and the most the in conformity with the will of this book in BraziL I'go this testimony a* yuu J
hereafter he dincoiitmuid.liUANT For .' luoeno hefiutiou slightest chock upon the officer who ba authori I w ill fir-t from Congrexi.
"i .1..h. in Mt> hug uuxelrish courage ho been shown In meeting quote the opinion of tlie ma and mu-4 dteimre; these Suite entitled lo for I am grieved to are so much dikapltoUim"
that u u are .U.ly the that the ty li> organize U aa ho he please prescribe it* jority of the Court- "Martial Uw t'lnnullrI. representation iu both House. The hole and suffering."
i't'it e w
1 GEa.tL .o' 'opiidon fulrly and wtK-ntly the if failure. mode of proceeding iu trout > ques
AOl | consequence appoint member from a threatened iava.i.m. The tion thus remain anti
Wlllgl"u cniTci.Hiiideut. TII IlbIJT.-\ ale ".o1 certainly hate on., ,Ud Mr Swunn Irmnthe j, WIt .h"lInut hesitate to indicate .'bat. iu our among his own subordinate, and revise all Its de- I be actual and proeul the ima" ncceanity must Biruin occupy the ojx-n attention of unsettled, and must -it
a'I iou
| $ t.e Army" '\1"| jilu'e: e to w hit b he w legally \ cikioua.. lualeadof mitigating the horshuewuf ctfecluully dace the real such a* the meantime Congress, and In THE SmTca'nlox.Ttae present condition rf*
'I 'h'I.nll opinion U the of action court and the agitation
proprution hill, the proper courae ; but a* dcjio the civil which now
tu c 1.11111 ..murlu. |>rvn I. f..1\hat w e know of Mr. l'o\1 i.buNt..r all .t the I'r.Went boa vetoed thi Act, and it hot become much hum single rule, such a tribunal would be nued administration.Ve tee th:it martial law come will continue to disturb all portion uf the prevails people. r-uuth. rewinds u* very much of the eihoruwof
Grant la
lon 'n'ud"rug i.h'I'uol"/t j ." more probably U> divide the puuibilitt I only when actual war cliMe The bill al deuie *
thut the o thu Dutchman
ue are that a (U
o 1..1.11. sure putriotie court and legality of the at Methodist meeting
pluuderi a
the urdent of the Proidcut or uf War a law' in the face of hIM protnt, we shall of' making it more cruel and nniust d. ". the civil autuuniv but mints ten of the govern
luu Grunt t''n'la II 'r i. (HTlii'lly. capable of making any infamou I wait fAir few day until we ascertain how he Several provision, dictated by the humanity I ul |H.'iice, rn.ik.ca martial law; thi bill in time the ratification yf of the Stale amendment w hich participated in mountain region Georgia. We will IK *

1-uulert L out t uheyaiiy Utrguin that would bring him I.unllrr| or |I.. construe the jiowrr with which It merLe him ol CongreM, have been ianserUM in the bill, apparently we were iu actual war, amid operate become jn the though Constitution abolishing slavery to the Fvdii-ol pl-uu English, a* we are not much for S"C3Duuh.
they Lii caaxt forever
/1 ore Ic.at owu re<|iu.t. I to restrain the power of the command I instead of the the within .
conscqtiem-e jurisdiction Ilewid
lli'.I'r"dl. of the of the
Of ovunie, the I unit bow he propose, to discharge the Julie officer. abrogation uf I United! Mate, and practi : .
u.J''I 1 to InV'nt tlw Ki: ''utixe. -- I ing 1 but II serums to me that they Ale ot civil authority. OUt more cally exclude them from "
quotation
in cane of a ronrlict 1..I..n I and (.t.ulgn.s. .\ ('-tim. n>u I'MTtn $ Tu.ol'We w bk h, a. a hiw' nf the land, it now impose*.- I no avail for that purpone. The fourth section low e fruui w bat ha hrra multi on this subject It thai fol- uniplkm of the bill be correct the Union.their If this a- were"My dear brrtbnn and aSters, supl10 pUp5Obie
T.ntO provides IT," Thai trial I concurrence traveling along and come to an
: shall there
be |
front Via think it w uuld be lo not unnecetarity *- I are occaiun w hen j cannot be
atng U'u Grant u detailing him for I'informed 'by Ill X.l1'lw l.nlu thai theLcisUluruufTcumiiseeadopled premature come any delayed bull think I bare shown that properly applied. If nurtul Uw con be J considered aa having been leg-ally mountain, and suppose that on either i1
other sen U-e. ( division until thu U know In forvUn> invasion gIven, and the important fuel Cougrei UlteiuU lu diret't military n.m the u or civil i* made la you there wa a running atream of bumia;
"I a joint rix'lutcui power given to punish without trial, and if w ar the court are actually elided. that the of aPpear| V,
consent
movement ar > this and It i Li iuipOM three-fourth* U the that you could not anti then uppu*'
so,
ou the Jal iu.L provision i lit l'rattirallyll1operative. .vr- ible to aduiuiUter ttmC Mate* pa* ;
calling the General cruuloal
U\1 The Ohio) House( of Ltt.pmeimcntatieee.vittkb vnJ Cruel U justice according requisite number-hu* not been constitution deed was to come behind with a reJ *
--- or unuxuol punishment not to be in- lo law, then uu UM up you
j A STMAW.-TbeJt'ki.on1U. iovcnmu-nt fur II to be sent to that S>UU> U largely .'., rejuclud a resolution on the 1Iit.'ted. but the-alre ot active military ally obtained to the ratification of thai poker. What then ? .
Time* the imuhois lo decide what i ia cruel and i>| of the Kadicahi owl organ. for t.l.rl".Lon o ibepeopk'. Strange to ay I iuth ulL. prujntaini amend the constitution of w hat i III unuauorf Tbe word have acquired necessity to furnish war re-oily prevail Uure u a it ment, thus leaving the question of slavery where >\ e are inclined to the opinion the South
L''al League urgmiuatiooJ that Suit by expunging the w ord w hilr," by atoteofM a substitute fur the civ II sutuority .tood before the ameiuhneni w very much the the coBi'"?
a* condition
I 1uUUlhU"" ly. underntuud that the legal meaning by lone use la the court Can 1 it thus overthrow officially de same a*
in thin I 1 i n, to clared til have *
StwI(ri&rriug SukKatui 0 li The lUJscahi have noiweli preserve the ofctr become of lion alluded
t th Couscnatite member* voted for irnigru be expected that military officer Hill understand of the arm v and That part the Constitution. to. and we can only ask U1Vquriunoourdcnuwuputb7UwP .
the and the
luilitary :) 1 upuu A vulera in Ohio.-Kulkutgt. follow society. a* noposcis kit measure propuMd br ibis bill ""
!i or a rule cxprewied in language to but the wilmrv it U the doe vtolol -
if the purely allowed Conauiotion
.Should tbi bill become a lot ,w w ilhuut duutit ground that G'u..r UoCermmnttntcoumul4iuitiutit 1 1* tb1II i not a tacit but utslpttUe citili..d* that technical and not pertaining in the lead degree till rule until ilia la. s to got era by mar I anti to Uiooj other in lime panlbulu* mcniiooed, man-What then t Burnt QMMutrtti.

II will the ImpurUute u lnn.U. oryujiization *the IU., t, \..r lirowuUiw ,'ol'oo, the Xurtberu puoilit are aevking to bupuae upon U> their protauian f If not, then each officer may I nuw quote truiu the can opinion h.vw their rvt course." ate, 1* too clear to w.ys admit winch of las I least forbear doubt.la enumer S
I of It
on the part of all ,' van- call out Ih.uiililU ; for, u the two anuu", lt the South a .y.tem which they know ttI bot up. define cruelty according to hi* 0." temper and uf the court, delivered by Chief Justice the minority ly remain to consider whether tb. Injunctions on of tJTDvacou A bile passion throttf ma

I to owe evtuoated. Tlu put e of thuM wiu> .1 the 1".11| l preli..llusx i o the r-uL.r- I |ni>ed u Hound 1".Iu-y. and U repugnant to their if real it U nut luual. he w til nuke It usual Corpo We by no means assert thai Congrew Cluue they that lusimmeot ought te be obtjed or nut I think lot the other day .toouai down to lt W"**
ought be
la
punUhment can *
w huprikonmenl the es obeyed, for *
aw notbeivluiquiitheduUhuutabtruggie rag the ball tablish and apple the law'S of 'kn reaaoo* which I iU A pel ramwhiih the buys had tamed. *
nurwill ,1 ow u natural feeling and iiislinvUT how then and chain and the almost war no war proceed to gift a* tried/*
rJtaU
toatnil ,
Ute/h ) |I I insupportable form hu been dWhired potsibla. other thing
t'u.dt uf or exists. wa
la th regard
-S- Where l I though to 1ukduit.
aay Bcmiu la It, But e u > ran they rsfape the vcrdkt of the world that they torture invented Ibr miliurr punishment. lie I the late of peace* exi.u, ar> place, it i* la* eat; tisieui of free EOTcrniueut extremely offensive lie Imnantly <
peace must which I"
ptW' .
-g_ duly, with the a of lb. national gortTufirm' 1 ."14t-1t l_. U"pJI Pkn-p uf .T\ urtung-doural within the rouge ol choice, '4wt The aeutence I txi-lu.it.\ PIU.VUu prevail"in This i 1M kiirnciently When: it OCUM we to be can the hope rule to t.fe a* uaL5 .<, I the old gnUemaa' undefended s

F. '. .1 Mil t pmcect the kald ]w>- (.lb.I. ity, L'l apfiolnted t>u -S- of a eewmis.ioa i i not to be executed without I lo which thu bill applies. Is.all the territory BUT perhaps uk oar choice betveca of oar conduct, we t full length isis mud hole. Picking buuf.e, \
\ tnnis caimol Us douhtud. of &" CUlm (' I beuig: approved by the commander, it ('on in spowerin i I an.br, a coiuohdaled euuiplvM au- the deacon
ttune u lute I I
t. \.ik.u.lcol .l'w.' > Some im'ffably I wean rogues hi Sondusky ti eat lite atfivy of \.*. to set aside the depoii and a luul 4isst d5covert'd the cause of }
or liberty aud laws luuoa
,
Th# -1.g that all Lu ruttm..tir t. I U. liai.be d a sentence of death mmt, be of peace and fc> ub of the I'uioo ; but nation il I iundinginall thecauuneaanddi nityu> *V m'aoous
u al l'o"J-l'ig l.bu >
dtkeno," i .a ,ill iiuinetliitttly"l (l.PU-nt! lit one uf the firtt It.Ut.uitb I git eu them and then reciprocated the vuurhs la w bkb there ho* been a trul and applies_.to.'CAot'II 1 I that minority l uogreio concurring dote not w llh the majority, di-cUrv I I Il i* th bat frame of government beyond oar reach.UM world Mihilvd vk-iur.luau w ithoui IU time rage was buundk 1aimim'> > :

org&ak. w be pwv..I Un. pt'hutitl orlj The ouilt ofuflice baa Uvu wbuiiiUfUre.1 tale u to U clear, under this pi.ese thai puwvr Apun, su. No other il. or can tn tier
.. C'hi sty by kUiJluj} the bible and hyuia-boo4 frowlltt tary bill, that the mili and if(utooible, mute raphatk: llvI the ('w" genies, habit or wacu of to well adapted to the ul-mI old raw..t. >r
,-, dvu.tlav l of th* 6ut. to him. W1DUIIID.s.IIIIoy condemn lo death iihoul glee w ith Ju.- i UK .tmencatt pumopla-. tail "*
:'. ,prw, muiiUlinif hat lew thry HI brbiwl even Ih* IUm of trial nuiirUble cViimo tu 4 wadeuxtiuu Luwblnlng time strength Wagresi $ moment he caught a gurni1 "Trt
a t'V a mlliury comnii- 'sum* up the w h.nV Duller a*
I central power to defend the general Iit&ereie I anti he iiuuuily aUdnl:
an If I may be allowed the rxprr *'O-



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A...........R of' t..e Conciliation. TELEGRAPH. I >ot The Ladle ;
BY
When we remarked yesterday, says the! Baltimore A correspondent criticising a prims' donna TO THE LADIES\ MIKE LIPMAN'S JANUARY 31st, 1867.

OaiMt of the MI that Congress had abro- rather deficient in physique, says, "a chest! Is as
FROM WASHINGTON cssential to A singer M a bureau to a freedmnn" I
gated the Constitution of the United State*, n e -.- .
advisedly. We did not mean merely that WAMHSOTOS!!' March 4.-The House!! proceeded Prentice ays that the chief objectl ol 'lady In _0-

,noke treating the Southern States as Territories to the election of officers. The Rl- llhllran, using a fm Is to give herself airs. MADAME LOUIS

. by establish over each of them a military despotism I II nominated Colfar, who received 127 vote! The I Says a wife in Cincinnati, whom her husband OPEN ON FRIDAY, March
and
Constitution had, so far as they are Domocratcs nominated S. S. Marshall! who redclred had advertised' In consequence! of "leaving his \TlLt., a handsome assortment ofPprttijr. A
I the bed and board," and that he would lI'IIY no anti Summer Konncts, Hals _ GREAT COMBINATION SHOW
concerned been suspended or abolished. We 80 votes. debts of her contracting:" "I take this method Ribbons, Dress Trimmings' Buttons, ,
. desired to be understood as saying that Congress : Sir. Brooks referred to the fact that dorcnteon Informing the public that lie never had A belt( Braids, Bugcl Trimmings Embrnlil- MANY PERSONS ARE NOW IN
annulled the Constitution not only In one States were nnrcprescntctiofwliich seven were the board' has always been: furnished hy myselfand cry Braids and Silks,Stnrnnd l KinprofsBrnlds GREAT or Cheap (1 **d.. 1 will bs to tbe .1 .
had BraIding, Embroidery l Stamp.hag
interest
as to anybody me on his account I of '
section but In bolh-that that Instrument Is Just of the the original thirteen. He presented the know of none who trusting would trust hlm elf. His and Flntlng mete to onk'f.fllnml'S .- j net f
- dead letter In Maine as ills in Louisiana protest of the Democrats against further proceed- I credit has alwabeen for sMc. .
below much
as much a par, so so Cotton, eld ( olcl. Silver Diamond, Wstchrs, MANTO
It 1 Is true that in the Northern States Its I tag, and the Clerk refused! to receive the protest. that he could not get misted for lila own shirting, Jewelry Ac., taken' In rtrhancc for Goad '

still adhered to. Representatives are 1 Speaker| Colfax resumed his !seat and the members and now wears some of my under.clothing on tCall, carte as my stay I. short., next to :Mr. 'CJRC'US,
forms are his back altered." ORO. Dtvot's Furniture Store.
slightly PURChASE WHERE GOODS CAN BE
elected to Congress from the old districts, two i were sworn In. MsrchS'mi?. ?hifDISSOLUTION
sent to Washington from each Mr. Colfax announced that the FrHdenl had A Tars Notnus.: '
are
Scnatots
i. State, the Federal J idgcs and other officials dis. signed within the legal time all 1'ill",passed within Which most hccome8twO \ -calm In the and stillness holy- -- .\ X I II) FOUND

charge their respective duties after accustomed ten day, ctcept.that: appropriating: JSO.OOO for- Thou silted 1 ly the fireside of the heart, 'plIE ftV-rARTXF.KSIUP heretofore existing between -

; f:18hlon and matters may go on In the same way the Paris exposition, which was not engrossed! Feeding Its flame. _L Drs. 1IYKD .\: SMITH: Is this day ills. the (deepest. Indeed purchasers would b considered .
,
Loxan.t.tow solved by mutual consent.' The pbnMnc< or the firm
: lor some time to come. Nevertheless, all this A protest accompanied the army appropriation mill bo settled by cither \parly.

' I Is but a vain and empty show, and in any hour bill to the following effect i There are I'ml l Won* A (icrfec.t woman nobly nlann'd, F. A. BVRD Trained !
shift and Introduce new and start- in the act to which lie must call attention. The To warm, to comfort, and command j J. V. SMITH./ DEADTO
the scene may And. yet a spirit still, nnd bright :Mlccosiikle Flo., Feb'y27, 117. |I''b'l-I'' : Anals
second section contains a provision virtually, in
'ling cbanges. With something of an angel light. AIN
1L was not the provisions which treated: Congress certain cases, depriving the President of his con- WORDSWOUTII. For Sale I THEIR OWN INTEREST BY NOT DOING SO.

which regulated stiutional function Commamlvr-ln-Clitef of the
and prescribed Its duties or as Fortune tellers and tilting hoops operate dif
Presidential elections or allotted Judlcloi fnnc- army. .The sixth section' denies to the States of ferently.!! The former reveal what the lady will A CARRIAGE. Apply WITH toTHO DOl'BI.E Fl 01L ,

tions which made the Constitution as It was to the Union his constitutional right to protect themselves be In the future; the latter rovcal what she Is at :!. HAYWARlt.Harness. _

the American people-the charter and the co.enant hy means of their own militia. These! proVisions present.A March 8, '67.FlL1ILY. SO-tf Wliorv t lut'* ) 1III: llill.,1) mill ,.till,1! fur it f.i \li-w or thin fttmve fact W. R WILSON SRI).
which secured their liberties. The wise and are out of place hall opproprintlon Mil, girl tlml has: lost her lieait may as well hang -- -- -- i : \(11 nre arlllng Hoods tn .

of constitutional government hut rather than defeat the necessary appropriations up her' fiddle
noblo principles SUPPLIES SECOND ANNUAL TOUR THROUGH THE SOUTH.
which were therein set forth as the fundamental he would sign it with a protest against the It Is a pity that women havn't nn anil Slav / TALLAHASSEEAH

It and I'rovillions i named. Ilaw-Ex.
law of the land alone gave to vitality
strength and won for it the affection and respect The rules of the la.l IImi>'c were adopted, except We think such a law constitutional.' N- -.-- CHEAP AS ANY IN CITY.

orml llons. The declaration that no man should. during this week it shall tie in order: to suspend By the disobedience of a lad In 180! a garden I In wloclinc niul it"li.ititl!il}< I llioir ((! t.tt. : t Attraction JOl'SE TIE

, of worshipping God after them J carried-120 to :10. Adjourned.SENATE gate in Rhode! Island was lull open and a pit for tnoir -.- 1:
be denied the privilege got In.and destroyed a few plants; a quarrel between ) .
freedom of speech and -Mr. Wade was conducted to the A. F. SPILLER
his own consclcnce-that the owners! of the garden and the pig HAE THIS DAY RECEIVED!
tho chair. Mr.[ Forney was elected AdJonrneil. out of It, which -
01 the press should not be abridged-that Secretary. grew spread among their friends, COLOSSAL I IEXXXTXON
and do- j defeated) the Federal candidate for the Legluhui.!
always assemble together Men's Boots MCH'H Calf
people might iVngctl Kip ,
lure, and the Stale' Democratic
gave R Senator
mand of the Government a redress of their grievances It Is not prolmblo the Preiitilent w ill ", 'n.lal\.r.\ by whose vote war was declared: In 1813 I with AT THE KATE STAND OF SHINE.=" t sI'JI.un.Ill'"ler : refill llootaLadios'Missea' And I

-that no citizen should be seized and no ,mal message to Congress to-morrow. It Till lie Great Brllaln-Ex. t'liiM's Shoe, Women

house Invaded save under lawful warrant-that very brief. "By the disobedience of a" loss at a much In every \arlely ofGROCERIES I I Inn, II'cl time Rim of( the l'lt'nl to ntul 1 Hoy Shoe.

none should be tried for crime save upon indictment The Increased! tariff on wool Includes all \wool earlier period In the garden of Eden, have come jirencnt I, I for I tlio I |inlronnpo of.t tlio I I -

by a grand Jury, nor deprived of life, liberty len fabrics. all the ware since the beginning. t'lh'I'llillll'llllll i t t 1 .tail 1 ('Ommil s I set 11111 11'Jl',11 I I I Q' _a_ 'i\ l!

or property without duo process of law-that Consldernhle', excitement prevails' about misapprehension -.- ----- I Ill'nl m t t ,'I' Planters' Steol Blade Hoes I;

every man accused should be entitled to a speedy regarding the signing of bills. It appears TIIK. OAMHI.KHS is nSTloN.-An exchange WINES & LIQUORS ..,

and Impartial trial; these were the pledges that the officer was too modest to disturb the gives the following; ncconnt of a convention 1 !

gave the people assurance of the stability of the prix-ccdlngs. The I House. laid them quietly im held at Chicago: OP Al.l. KiNDS, NOVELTY, ; '.:. Colns' Axes Trace Chains ; .

Republic and the perpetuation of civil freedom. the table. A strange convention was held In Chicago In

It was upon these that the whole fabric of free The Bankrupt bill Is a law with others. 18.W.; It was that of the gamblers of the lilted CURIOSITY AND EXCELLENCE NAILS &c.FLOUR II'

constitutional government In this country was WASHINGTON, March 4.-\lIlhr great: appropriations States, in a which gathering every of Stale"bRl'llrallC9 was fCI'1'CIl'nted.Althongh .- Boots and Shoes, \,
morally,
reared and have since rested. And now that except for deficiencies/ have (passed. the appearance| of the delegates is lIl'Ol'rlhl'l! as nnd wilt a his ii-lnni, ; i onilitnro| of I titno niulnioiHy

these great principles are deliberately repudiated The latter Includes the pay of the Southern having: l>cen highly respectable. The Chicago Wooden Ware and Tin Ware h I I I it'y' I au: \ orpini/i'tl I nml t I ;f fIllrlll'r's
Jkmocrat said of I'l'rli'll'lllll'a
by the Federal Government and erased from the Treasury agents. them : "A finer looking set of &c.
men we have never seen' than they are, taken ,
Constitution, Hint Instrument ceases on the instant The Military Appropriation bid, involving the
upon the average. They are all fat and well, :u..uii'Sextibule
to be a shield to States or people, and becomes disbandment of the Nmtheru' military and placing very well droned, with Jewelry In abundance ; HATS, CAPS & CLOTHING .3 Flour, Olive Drench Flour, Lyon' Mills i i

: !If) much worthless parchment. The arbitrary the General of the Army In n great measure and suinG of'them are said to be w hat their looks Flour, Ita lard, Moss Fork, Buckwheat Flour, ,

anil tyrannical system which Is to be set up Independent of the President and War Department Indicate Two men talents.! Combination 1 II 1 Large: Hominy, Small Hominy, Rice BroW i

In tho South In lieu of the Constitution may not Is not vetoed or signed convention.Important One matters the came up before the BY JIVING MY UNDIVIDED PEIiSONAI.nl-: nnil l Crushed 8111r. Gushes Butter, (to 1 I
was revision
of the old
as yet extend its operations Into the North. But rules and the adoption of new ones for the various of OKOCKKIE3 tn nu full, tnfi timid.,I mid riiniifetr l |Mr kcriilnir, I hii|>e my to flock merit (Clll.ililg i iimlcr t ) otio I Immense i I Pavilion I for arrive Onions,) No,Irish Potatoes Card,Cabbage.Huron, :

the people of that section can have no reasonable PROM NEW YORK. games. It was found that those rules were a share of patronage.PROMPT. UIC I I'riroof Ail u Ii$5QIl. :

assurance of escape. The constitutional barriers NEW YORK .March "'.-The lIer ld' JIcxlcancorrespondence cnnsttitud differently In dilfercnl States, and that .-.s-
Rl'verRllivee had been lost in broils arising from
behind which they would seek refuge are levelled, says" General Miramou recently this difference, in their Interpretation. Uniformi ATTENTIONAND S I ALSO Tl) ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS
, and the minority at the mercy of an angry and stated that General Illndman Is correspondingwith ty construction was demanded by all the dele ; .

triumphant party. Hu has read history to little tile Imperialists| with the hope that the Empire gates. The subject discussion. was the noninterference DoLOUXS.WONDERFUL .

profit who has not learned how perilous Is the and the Conl!lI..rnrymlght so work togetheras which led of professional gamblers: In politics, l0NS. Sundry Styles of Dry Goods
to a very warm debate, and was final
IKwItlon 01 those who bold life and liberty at the to make both sitccctutful.NKW ly laid upon the table. LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH a
All of the Lowed
will of frenzied faction. The genius of the Yonic March' 4. Hat' advices of our good are purchiued at
a ana ---.5.- CuiOi rrlcea and sold nl than Lowest J Price.
Constitution has ceased to Irradiate the political( the 27th ult. jontlrm) the reported defeat of Gen. Cotton Ntnlenienf.ST. -- -.- Cb

firmament and tho.darkncss of despotism whiqji 'nll'o| and his death, at Maracti7.clll. The troublesIn MAKKS, March 1.1'1117. .q lIVE: US A CALL

L j Is settling down upon as will In all human probability CantbiUi were uUiut to be adjusted. Rules on band let 8opl 'BO,........... joa All Goods Delivered Free of
enshroud the whole American people. The expedition to sound for the submarine Hah's received lln .'c.')... .. ...... I,3.11 Charge,
.... | proponed J Previous/! ................ .... ......11,151-13.4S9: : 'W. It. WILSON, & BRO.
telegraph cable, which started from Havana March 6, 1SII7. -ID .
.
Mlate IleiM. on the 33d, had returned\ 1 with a satisfactory I.1M.: !i i
Rsv.Ma. DUNcAN Superintendent of Common Bales cleared In F.lt.",............... ),.M3 ;.;jj \ .','h. I 15117. ni
Schools of this State, has been In town for the report. 1'revluuily, ........ ........ ..........lu.lttv: -ll.MJ;) Irish Potatoes, &c '' I. 4

put few days.' He reports his schools as very Dales 1 CASKS RICE and III) llnrrrlx of IhnM line lltlSII '-i ... -
successful In the middle part of the Stale. He FROM ATLANTA. on hard tot March.... ........ TX: 2 I'UTATOK: lielui rvitlvcd mid for inlo it ,

has somo fifty teachers under his charge, mostly ATLANTA March 4.-A large public meeting -- A. ... HI'ILLFH'd: I ,
colored and a demand for as many more. lie Fnintly (Jrnccrv Store. A4 .
,
says that In that section the planters find It the was held to-day to consider the condition the MARKETS. Marvh5S07., | 4t ',4 VARIETY'STOREIICI
and reliable laborers country. Resolutions the in --
best way to secure permanent approving terms I'
; that they are alive to the necessity 01 an education Sherman' \bill and the course. recommended by Sugar.ll : 4.;
.
and the planter as a matter of interest as Governor Brown were rejinted. The meeting 'rullahum :Muerkel.TALLAHASSIS. .5." fI -
well as humanity feels the Importance of their March ,
then di\'hied. The II tar. : you win lust lot of (Ann SUGAR now -
possessing this boon. The children learn rapid minority will hold meeting (IT'I'OIf-o..11l1r to the unictlM' lUte of (the m*<-kil.tliowhorv telling Tory low nl the Store ol
ly, and bo has never bad a complaint against a tonlghTbe majority reorganized and paswd 1 1a price here are nominal. W* quote mld single teacher. Their presence on a plantationtends resolution 'counseling! quiet submission, and .1 W cent, buyer paying. U.. Mnrch S, 117. 4U) TRAINED DOCS !
to root out vice and fanaticism.He -- --- -
characterising the bill a* harsh and unjust and = :=- .S- .
wishes to say through ns that those wishing FOREIGN AND! DOHEHTia Ale and Porter. =: -
approving the noble of President Johnson.
schools can employ teacher put him to course
work In a day night and Sabbath school and report The Southern people. should not barter their mini- LiVKnrooL'March :.1, Noon. JEFFRIES' ALE, PROF it TMOALPSOIST'ST NEW GOODS ,
the name of such teacher to him at Tallahassee hood and honor by 'accepting' the terms of the Cotton bas declined: }A since yesterday; middling (J Matr' dll.'ollnlCor'o.' -
and he will send the certificate. .. \ tin.
necessary uplands, 18d .1'18,000 bale
;
bill. They recommend the Southern Governors A I'erklnn' INirtcT, for "all1 nl I'nrrlinMcil, after the fall not Atlam'H
Tuition Is bed at $1 per month for day or night Rutretaj ( ,)
school ; orphans and poor to be paid from the to lake BU'w| to tot t the constitutionality ()f |the|, Provisions flnn. Drcadstufls quick Tallow, A. V. bl1I.i.KIt8.MarvIs5ha07. \ limit that of N gent jirlcci.
\1
42. 4
School Fund, and a report should be mado bill., 9d. ..
monthly.-Gainurittt A'ta Era, \lard 2. NEw YORK, March 2. -- N
Meal MeaTITI'Rr.hL
If the season proves favorable, the cotton crop FROM AUUl'STA.:! Cotton dull and heavy ; sales 100!! bales at :ill. I r r --.-

Alachua county this year will far excevd that Avatar*,March 4-'ltlllb"I'II\'l'( IKTII culled Flour dull for common ; firm for good Slate at ) ROUND ME.\I.al.ay.unllalld for ..10.

of 1800 because there will bo a much greater to consider Gov. Brown's recomimndittlou to accept fj :SO to 11 85. Wheat heavy. Corn active ; free to nil |tiaras ul Dig rite, hr

area of land planted with the staple. We wish It the conditions of Sherman's' bill. A panic advanced 3 to 3c ; 'I l (W 110 1 II. Pork buoyant 5 IKflT. A. y. 5P111.KK.Mtircb L DRY COODS
, were otherwise, for then there would be some -41.
__ _
Is much dreaded only three or four fuxor at f2l 83 to 23 00. Lard heavy. Whiskey< iilvi.
''f chance ol corn coming down to a dollar a bushel, ; papers | t .
and we should bo more Independent of our Yenkeejnda.1b this acrvpUnce.! Thu majority of the |IJt>opIu stud 1 Freights uncliauged. Bacon Lard &c. ; fr
,
t. press strongly opjiosetl.' The antlcty I Is very whirl) wo iiniMt clear out t make rom
CASKU ROCK I'OTAHII(
tl ,
COTTON Ciw.-Alachua County made more great. Florida Royal Arch Chapter, No. 1, I illleiTM UtfUrd, for (IroccricH.
long staple cotton last year than any other coim- -0- :3 Cuks Baron, a
ty In the State. The number of bales Is set down CONGRESSIONAL.WANIIINOTON :3 Casks Duffleld' 11.010. Kino, While Woolen Nubia
at 8,000 ol which 2l has been sent to market Companion are notified that there will be a regular 2 Hojre, Havana butrur, : Baukct. ,
and the remaining 800 era being rapidly pre- March: :5lh.-SENATE-Severul meeting of IUU Chapter, .t Ibo Masonic Hull. Just rei'tlvsd and sold low at Ir Vieus.ikes, .Montagu, 101.Me anilHOVH

pared. bills were presented. One reorganizing the Supreme on Monduy evening/ 25tb lnt., at TJf o'rlork. A F. 81'ILI.FIfrt -.. Clothing BoL Shoe,

Marion county comes next with crop of 3,700 Court AU laid on the table until committees By order of Iho High Print. March 5 117. VI I'rovlnlon Hlc.rr. 'S (ifiit's Furnishing Toilet ..

bales. are appointed. JNO. L. TAYLOR Sec'y.March .__ u __ ((} ",11! 1)iarieifor 1807,

East The Florida estimate is 10,000 amount bales of ,long which cotton, if reckonedat made: In The committee announced that the President 8, 1NC7. Fresh and New. R A 1 1\ E: )) IM: A u si! I'liutograiih Albums Frame I

800 Ibs. to the bale and l sold at 70 cents l per had no communication to make. .r ,
pound, would bring fm million out hundred thousand The wool tariff Into effect but 1 )UTTER CKACKERfl, 8VUAR tKACKKKB l .
; at once School I of
goes :i tW dvatitmcnt.NEW $. ) Soda do., Egg do., .t -. --- l"Ikllul Stationery, Heaps i
dollar the Senate Finance Committee will retort in lu-, .HU.FK-H.: KnivCM, Perfumery more No-
Allowing the same price this county would ManUS, l11 J7. W lti, Maunder tn the ruMmum-rim-iit tin* SconcliiiMial 'I'.ott of .
receive six hundred and thirty thousand dollars vor of a suspension of ten day -- -- -- siiiioiinciiig tiona thuii ever, (KOUIO queer ones,)

for her cotton crop of I860. In addition to this, The appropriation to pay treasury agents\ aj>-

there were a few, say 75 bales, of short cotton : pointed regardless of the test oath, was strickenout GOODS Chewing Tobacco.
r made In this county which was not Included In MIKE L1PMAN'SGREAT f
out the conference committee previous iu\ rpJIE FINEST CIIEWINU TOIIM.'COlllllloclll GROCERIES
the above estimate.-Ibid. DOW .11I01 .! ,

We understand that large numbers of sheep passage. ""- .e.---- -,.- A. r. BPu., K*!
The Secretary of the Treasury has not received M..r.U5. 1H(\7. 4'J '
and cattle are dying daily on Payne's Prairie.
This Is usually the case when that great pasturage a certified copy of the bilj.HOUSE. Txist ILooel-vecl. COMBINATIO'N: SHOW Tin Wood and Willow Ware
,
p Is covered with water as It Is at present, aud .-Official announcement that the President JusT Received I ,
r the great mortality Is caused simply from the
had no communication to nutke. -.- -
1 want of food or In other words, the poor animals DINE APPLE CHEESE, Simpson's Liquor.,
t In drawing seats, Stevens and %Wanhburue ere 1 EnglIsh Ualry do.Hlule Its lt o.mabical) to irticutiei tin best iiithe
starved death. JIM.
are to ARE IX )RECEIPT Or NEW SI'KINU\ )de& 11''llt ni lay II IIIC' cOIIri.ill
allow ed to retain their old sraU. "TE I UOOLM: do. bilii sold 1 at flutter E'i".trilll: UY'UIII A'ro Cunncil "'rllitl, Meats( and Kor-
Urn NEW JCDGE,-We understand that J. M. beat UoiboD Butler now cheap lilell greater 11.t'r 101'0 .Jlri, Pck'l
Hauler E q., of Micanopy has been, or soon 11 iiI The caucus nominees: were elected. Slrlol, dehaumics A. V, 1I/'ILLtII'8.: bats, finer Ulooo.llor'IK, ,111.r l'oumi.s. j'lnlier, I .. lore Origilal ('luwIII tuna ,1"1'1 Milk, Ac. Everything Gro

be appointed Judge of the Criminal Court of this Boynton was elected\ Chaplain. Among the "ut Fouutrd.Prints March_ 1W7. 4W. ) __ __ __" any travclng Witllc.. thuG fol.wi":list, .m.rrilj) flly a ),orIOI of t'l'rylilu always on bane
county, In place of Hon. J. C. Gardner who was, nominees-was. Parson Brownlow. .
"
.
Mozamblu1ue, II .PAPV.. J.. .L'. .It. VJ'7..OT7JM.. . . th.Irfurmnur.forlilg tl"
by an act of the laM Legislature, rendered Ineligible A joint committee wan thl'n.lu each Hou-o appointed fool de (';l1erre. .. ... Bacon
r' to the office\ by reason of bla beiog Judge of to the of u Greuadenes, Flour. Lard, Butter,
equalize employees.The
,1-Toutite. S pay J Printed l Organdies. PAPY & WESTCOTT,
Judge Oardner while on the bench, won for Speaker announced that be would on x English Lawn. ,

himself quite reputation. a jurist, and we Thursday appoint CoinrnitU.es on Mileage" and Floured\Ulle: Bntllant and I French Pert-the.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CREAT CONCRESS OF ARTISTS CHEESE, SARDINES
F think he rather whole \% do.,
surprised the bar by his
a Credentials but would hold other commituessubject ,
flrilie Jaconets Naluioocki
..prompt and proper ruling on points question TALLAIIAKSKK" KI.A.OririrR OYSTERS LOBSTERS
and by his knowledge of the to the order of the House. Tar dOD. and Vklorta; Lawn, a
general principles $oft ODloh Cambric IK MAUIKB IltKk Hi n.UIMI
J(If law. His reported successor: we know to be avery Itutled l Swine., .-.. OH l _
V' Much 1. IH67.\ 4>i-lr (iuib4-tol with this .Mixlel 1 Ktliiliitiuii ,1 ti'e' Niiii-lccntli LVutury.MR. .r... n < Mlrrr.
*4 estimable FROM WASHINGTON. .
: gentleman In the full meaning of Curtain MullM, -- -- --- ( vlllM'M .Hd Ohio A Ac.
2* J the term, and we shall be better able to Judge of CAMERON'S Onsio :JH: Eiubrulded l Ladies Wal.u -- -
.%! >>u legal attain menu after bearing him on the A large l I..t of Ladies and Misses ParoioU, .1 Notice. 5
f bencli.-/4. WAHIIINOTO.S, March: :Cameron In resjioiihe ball price C"llu. wo way hire what you are look lux fur.

to Seward, sold 1 that Johnson had been a a \Im ;Jt> Men'. Linen 0...,..... ai LI.MtKIBISIN T AU..IIUU., February. ft, 11B7.WE :: KIMVIN (CKOUKsSTK( (
SUPREME COCBT.-The Supreme Court of the be would Lave feigned the reconstruction & ALLEN. :, tue .odenl (ned. Uvlu .beta. '1'J|K.lDUd McCormick & Tibbitls.
Bute or Florida, for the Suwannee Judicial VatL man Merck 8. 'li7, SO-tf assIgners of t. JckM A Co.. late pro rle-
.+ : Utct, commenced its session> at Lake City on the bill and gotten himself back Into his old harness ; -- --- Ion of the 1'UiiUri' Hotel all \\wtuu. luilLbtou. to CO : ST. lair tf I ( V.; "-, will nt cacti
H;; 19th ultima Present, Chief Justice Dupont and he might then, perhaps) have been forgiven some said I Iru wIll iileu* tusks MyumlUi U*. The, Original- :\tHSA'1O.1 I."t' 1l'l"'ar Jsum.lS'ti)?. 3d
A. A. KNIGHT I.KOW.It OAMKS, : term aimimmitmi t.
Associate -
: Justices
linker and Douglas. CapL of the wrong dune during the hut four months; TUOU. M. ALLEN; \ AIIIIIII't:
Fr Arnow. of this
country, represented the Attorney but DOW it was, too bite to forgive him. ATTORNEY AT LAW M.iri'hm 1. 1III1.! 44-It
KTfc General in the Slate: ( .uu3imit (
canes. About the usual _ MR. TOM BURKE A C.II.'a"li.ICIIWI.
amount of business was transacted the cases 1 belor Congress will] push the impeachment lnvtii SOIICITOI .IN CHANCEIY u JUSTrur

.. mostly of local intercut. ga tioo... Lost Stolen
The following gentlemen were admitted to Alexandria claim the right to vote attuday't -a a a- or ,
practice In the Supreme Court : Uessra. (I. J.Amow negroes COMMISSIOXEU: OF DEEDS COLTS KKVCLVEH: wish &a I hurl handle, THE? ) BLISS KyJIILV.MR. \ )) I
election undtr Khtroum's bill ,
R W. Broome A. A. Knight, A. B. Hagen. muuiupul A narkedK.. CtJUI"l,",. *J.LAricy.5 ., pe CELEBHA'JEI .
; W, M. Jves,Jr.,and-Warrock.-Ibul. The ('''''-''' '', of tills city Urges them to rote bOlt THE: LiirtLJiKST; : STATES oa ttiuliiiK uid Kef ol>er sin be libnally rewarded rjfp' / n I

LETTER mat" Ex-Gov. liuovm.-We publish and threatens' those a ho by violence, or a mistaken l..itkr lily, ...rl.... by leaving il at inn foot Adjuuot's office, *4 be _. u._ _
,
' this letter because it U a view of the important apprehension tithe law may prevent them. -0- (;&plwlManh 1. 1.1 4>i--1t" GI.cJiC lit LDOK. tbs l.rent V..I.I"UI, rjft/fll
PRACTICE la all bUU! ud. Federal ..... ... Age Mr lit CKK.: :
subject now so engaging the commissioners. hereto -- -- .up.Cb"
seriously attention The election sent ilflfgnun WILL In Florida sod Iu lbs Hupreme Court: I MR. liobid., fair to wi lnlV wii.i.i \1".
WATt" tit"1
of the people f>f the South) presented, it cannot euiiatill the authorities.. til ibe United tiute, and Collect Claiiu .jC"u.I|{ fill For Sale. of I ..I the World.MK. I ttIIIIS.: Wi i\ C
be denjuj with much and b.IIIIU'kr il l
t ability, u occurs to I jvuerml fjovernueul. ,I'oubUi Mouteruulur aid i M* I'm I'tUdl.S,
our mind, with great candor. These art times M.u-cbti,61.: 50-t IUNlK>JilE AMU < : IJvbtnluK. *.* >*t. M.i.Iiua. .itul tY.
fur every one to think for bioucU; and under all FROM NEW YORK. rI ilt DitsrtIl.K .. M the circumstances, we think it best, that the people New YORK MarchNooe.The_ JkntUfispechj now orrupied ky "M" of the South should calmly and dupaa.iuaalely correspondent ; A delegation A GOOD BARGAINAT South bat teeter orBlfeeu. WO,04I JOHN MAVUJU. Its tiusi affutisi. t>f Ku "a.is,
l review all the teuiutony that is to be had, and WakhuiKton" says TU test Coo' au4 swat (e.i aIUk. that lulwt, tm., Au't 4 host v(
then as coolly and determinedly act, wtmh, it from South Carolina is already here. c:<* LIVE OAK, }'L.\. Pvlori, a _1 ide hell Dialog Hooui, Pantry, "e.. win talus suit peslthst. i dASKS BACON BIDt i .

seems, they will be called upon Ui do, al DO distant erring: with the President relative to a Brigadier. I -0- with s tut Iront ud I.iuben back PUim., wMb DressIng O* the MCOBQlaorare Snows WM MOK<>AN. I'"al K.ur.lrUn.. M.isi.cruftiasbludauud 1 ,I' AI) I '.I.\*; \llt.O..\\ LItIsfr4, 1 i 1 0 I .

period of timt-V"""* (beesooaw&i1th. (Commander of the. district. we suppnie.-Ea) rpHE EATING HOUSE: AND 3AR-WOMf' MIA ti.d.tbrca a uicU large can be wed u CbamUn U de4rcd.oukiuie rKOt..JTUIMIIS.Trlu" ailed l At X 1..KU. .IINI' ISHL8, MESS ( fl
.WucA J. : A o-_
by ComptoB
occupied ec.DDe'.pre
I I1L- aix i IB kU. Tu JCitcbfB cooulu Kltcliea, 'iUK..
...
feredforwle. A Cheers boldly Ou.w, K llo ox -. -- -- --
-
TUE PKESBTTEBIAI CBCKCH. Since the I FROM ALEXANDRIA Y A.UU.UIA I Laundry tad IwO temnl rooms. A IBS CUler, ; .
with aU Isisprusemncails.
Her on CIte place." Also three Lou white briik la .. ander tlKluliea I
arched eeBCBl >"
mournful decease: of the \late huneated Kev. E.; \ V-, lII'rbTbe negro vote Fur |*..IICUM l stew or come. Title lined ud J'Orcli. with panty uurhed. For truss J\m.ug Lute intny estates: of Lisle (VloMuil ":,I.itiliul. u ill l.tin; I iruu.J "I'roct-kHion t i l.yEckhart's 10 CASKS HAMS, ,t (
T.: William, the pulpit of the Presbyterian wu taken separately and the election will be eU&!. S. U SEB.IIbft"b .Dplylo JAMKUB. OAMBLX. '
Church has not beta filled with any regular\ Pits-. 'I 8,'C1. 50-It ..rcb1laG1!. 94-Sw.
tor. It is generally understood that Riv. James 1 I contested provided the 11>bite liepublicmo vote -- World Renowned Metropolitan Opera Band I 1'<> IWLS.. LAUD, .
Little will supply the vacancy. We had thepleasure added to the black poll, make a plurality. i i

ol listening a meet able sermon, de I,,I ..___ Tax Collector's Sale. Dissolution of Copartnership } f fro !

livered by this mini.ter, Sabbath evening List, The Ilouma ((1..1) Cine G*11"1.I,1 team (\ntl'lulial I lorn**, in Uie Itt-autiful nail) t.ll"'illy l >,-c- aM 'LOllaUgrJe
which :
tie congregation.made a most Ilia favorable mind is Impression of a superior Upon intellectual the crop: Our planters hare 14 a delightful I rptlE PABTNERSIUP keretofurs tasting>def orate.1 11 i L followtj Ly the l'ro" of.rtiny KEGS lil'TTER. Inut fI |
.. L CO.. JOIIkal..IIIe.rlorida. tSacn il) hulls .&e. Av. '
of J. CAKDY A at :
!trIA liogu ,
aDd from alt ibc H.ar
ea te, and tm bobiu of atady give him pello? etlier fur pUnting cane, i be told CnvCurdvUlsoa Mo.daytha dIssolved o a IU Ink 0' Yebruary,15tl7, l'eomill .
w.
a thorough posMOMoa of Ue subjects eonlempU- we can learn ban been improving the lDe.- WILL I day 01 June, M> s ea of UK fuUu iD( ty sanliul of partses Mr. --- - -- BOXES CHEESE
ted for: tincidatioa and his MId luuis fur '. U. CUt tl it.t ,
style delivery uavery Leads a *IU pay tae Uie on reliuer .
popular' one. Ha labors, aMl ted in the socred I All the large floatation on being planted in 1506.&ars&t Jobs sad assets t*>dy, said tecoulak SMuailag it. cf of Uj. tn*. : lmw.1'1 Itll.QLISCY. .
duties. of his profession: by the zealous andefficient cane. Only the small farms, where there are no 46 acres la Seetloa M, IU property5ot_UorB. "wt, CHAIIIEI.7eb.2SW& MOSTIC1L.U. it U.1tlU 1th. 50 "r"
Divines of the oUiei churches, In the In cotton. Moktjbl .... TL 1'ODAC. ,
tuwa.-ill aagu-boasea. will be planted I A. UcCXiOK, Tx Celtactw.Yeb. t 'lAL.-U.h-1J .:USl'U.Y., 1mu: 13th "
bring about much good to our community the freedmen Lave contracted t>r the year la iS,l67 *-& W -- 2rt DHLS. WUISKEY
to the honor and glory! of the great Ruler FoiRentISE MAI. C e 'll'USU.Y.tl'U Uti. ,
U all things.KikW ._n.L moa cases their wages; have been Increased; the -- --- UL\CKUJ\H. ; ttl.\, JICI Ut.) .

*si average price. paid for men it about fifteen dot- ESTRAY. PLANTATIoN If' .ih1ifrowthurii- AU lair sale at the LOWEST CAB11/l'U by
geese ud Urkrys, jffavrved las novel kin per nootb and ra& oL. The Bites Rouge TO Ml PLAC.sbouItb.betOtiiJ .1 SAl .u desuv.d. $shea, % o. --- -- -- -- -- -- ,

' ; uanaer and packed: In bomb made if the pur- Boo far /"L It say can la too score then to ruWE._ rcbrury.OM BAT MAKE. ab of 60 iut SCOTT
k Seats FOQf"
A liu 414)0 ChilJreu uu.Kr IJ a v Separate
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la s
auda alKh, OM wtit foot Stir 1 U ,
; -, have bats Imported Inks Liverpool' from suak sugar before 1849 by which lime there win o'.Ls.-k IVruriuaiu-e(
bees bf Apply X>lore4rVron: Iluors at 1.,1 ; at
valcb the oW.U'" '8 14T open ouuueu'e
t X.w. York within the butt few days owl w44 I be plant and rattooa taMP la make a ftfUCTOJV. rth ljLLf. HATWASDTsliabeeeA.hi. half an hnar 1.0. 33. '0* e/ .

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't. f -. ._ City I Savannah-Advertisements. An OrdinanceIn Wakulla Tax Salet

City Advertisement Adve ment.-;

'f, i--'ttltl!! toribhUt. <-.< Cty Relation to Side-Walks %%1ILLb.told it Crawfordvllle, W.kl. .\
Ole second Mon11. A .u"1"? '
GREGOR7&ARCHER M. A. SHINE PULASKI HOUSE lowing 1 or for Dea J lIe r" ,
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IT ORDAINED BT THE CITY COUNCIL ty Taae for the year IWfl.to-wIli -vU. I'N
From llio N. T. Jonrnnl of Commerce Feb. 23. A BK of Tallahames, lAst the Blde-Walks on the westside fraction of Section Not. 8 and
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AUCTIONEER, of Monroe Street, from Pensacola Street to Mc- river '' 8 01 W
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MILITMIT )llMWi-tJiuTi': *: Hn 1.,-Mm-li i ic lIS lOlplPllL L
JOHNSON SQUARE, shall or planked In a Banner W. h1. 'b,
,,' drelre to I't'onrc more (lip Imrmmiy, of the Etrcntive (Sucoessora Gregory, Delouest & Oo.) T 'MERCHANT C.rt1Stree by belled Commiteo.t the cost 1 No.. 18 lOB, 101, hlartsfieluj's sarey !.1

and, I. >frt<'1iitnn'' > ,1)lepnrtiiiit'; of Ilic. govrrnnxtil t WILL attend GEORGIA of the owner or owners of froDtng on said I IIIldewllk T. 8. IDIOD' ptoper ,
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hit SAVANNAH, : TVoridfd, That this not N W T R
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*, ami injurious ai ttii-lr ili ",infenicnl h Rawl. shop. -AND- advertisement, for at least ten See $0 and III, R I. 1.lroprl I: D C. '

to the hn lmlntprr' t' ofthprtnntr3-' fan- .JMI.I, 1307. W H. WttTBERQEB Prop'tr. days, shall DDllln In the newlppe printed B W V Of N .( 018 l Ti. R a L [<

not Wicrc It to lie HIP lnty' of tlc, Prrolilrtit' to DRUGGISTS I .O J I In Tal.ble. notifying the of r.lrlo'h propr,1.
the work li not done by them, or at S. R 9 Muh'. old place
give hii aanollon to this bill. rf It mn-t nwminc" Feb. 13, 1807. 436rnMARSHALL Ild their cost, within twenty days from the date of the vihle pmpert. tlte !ori

the form of l"w, lei It t I"nd work shall be taxed against slid F I rop.7
( )l w ofCongres' w!itlmiit, HIP, njipmvnl of IliPExmulvcdriwrimrnt. other 1
ATTEND TO ALL SALES at AtCTION owner or owoer and shall be collected .are N EV of SeeIlT3R1and3e, 18,Da
I II M'm to ;tn ImpnwlMe receive and forward Hoods on HOUSE tsei. 4,R 1,property R. K.Call'estate 13
that, It sliouM t\tr nti-i\e HIP ..wrn\\ of tlicPnr WILL attend 011'11. Passed tbe City Council, February \18. See 88 Hi.n.rtled'lllrel, Property Mr. n f.
In the of Shine A having D. P. lOt II, .pleDdant Lt 2 H.rleld' IDre1. ',
JuIIefary. ton City. Claim I.t p'rcblp, his Store Bplller to BROUGHTON STREET Attest-Cms. hicvcnoesos, Besti.S propen AU i
llio, piwnl t "e hn" iln litllc inorp limn attention. b rmove March 1, 18(17. 48-ttw ) 'of8I3of Sec2O, T 4, R ..

make II fpw fumnniit* iilxin HIP |irenmlilo' to IliUMil. ,-Jsn.1,141417.l "Oallle's Old Comer SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Brford S Wof hoe II,T., R 2lrol'c11 I. ;",

TliP, pronmlilc !I. In tIt** wonli. : An OrdinanceTo hW;:otis a PrOperty B to ,"

M all times be(bond of the best jofNEJ4'ot8cc1h T 4. R 2. .Dd EJ 1
a supply
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11 Wliproio. Jfo ) Slate or mlfnimlf lay I
legal povcrninonN mil A Revenue for time City of Tallahassee of &Co. orS;
prolpplion fir lift or profx-rlv now rxl Ist tH In for the fiscal commencing on the 1st day I 8kof8ec aIlotaI9,24,85llart.ie u's
FIRST CLASS HOTEL HAS BEEN year 1 T'I "
IliPIfliel StntoiofVlrpmin, North ('nrolinn.!Smith' RE lit .
THIS of 1807. auney et.te
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refurnished and In April, irprl
Carolina OcorJta.1,1"mll.\ Hs"i..II'1'I, 1""lIil' Groceries and newly put E 0 or R 2 \
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feet order The traveling public may 1. Be II ordained by the Intendant and I : 8 18 propey G. .
nna;Florida) TPXBS nnd, Arknnins! ndIt "hl'frrts IbroujboDL comfortable accommodations SECTION Cb.lr 4
WILL find of Tallahassee
of the City ,
is necessary tlint peace nnd, irmxl onli slmnVIIMS .. t told' low be rest aS at the )wi That there Connel and collected the following 8e 3 T 4, R 3, property John cas 1
can purehnsed S T 4. R .
until np wi b I I 10u.e WOf property J. .
tnforrod In anld 8U tM 'In.vnl nl"ll'I.pub.. tOlee In this city. A. B. LCCE Proprieor. Use for the Olel yenr commencing on the N 2 Cimmiro.t
llc n State frovrrnmrnf rnn !l'o lopnlly iMnlilMipd Feb. 12, '?. flrst day of 187. orWOf8e2T Rapropr1 w
t tlicrpforp." AT OLD STAND 1. That April every person who hall boy or Cbarl 49.Itsrtsfield's ,
1.. "Nokigiil Sislp ,L'ovfrnmpTit't' p\l I.I t In tinrrhol TIE A AUCON SALES receive for sale any description of goods, wares and Lll 4ap4. survey, proler1 B.. l

States of\ rirlnln." &:('. If tlicr. !* IK- no lrg BLAIR & BICKFORD merchandize, and shall goods, wares and N EM0N EV T 4, R 1,
ofe
shall be known sad ass 1 Property 't
dnnr In SATURDAY.
< AI\ State eovpnimont then pvrrjtlilntf merhlDdlzo .tngl.bed er Gorman tub
the"t> Courts.orln nTcitlirr TAl.t.41IANEE, **., merchants, whether local bBXof8EXof8ec) !20, t
IAhlft1 ''pnrt. .
jrl or
Office J,ISO!. 4 [Sent place to conduct bu.IDe or not; and tbst each and Floyd.E4. T4R8proiWj",.
eop
ineolsof tb> eioVofiiiiirnt.H. in void. .Tlicjiulfrmontu up PKAt.fiRS IS such or so engaged 'In business ..'
olitnlned tin ir('ourt'ftl'Tnhll j HIP rrim- Jan. 1.187. every shall be required person to persons make quarterly reLprl uDder of ,EX of See 19, T 4, R 9, property FilL

lasts ronflnnl their |irixon., liy aontenrc prcnounrwtln I -, on / III a A* ort tfnt of -- oath, In writing,to-wlt on the 1st day July, I the Slnto t Courlx, nrcnitlllcd, I" iin.niwllatcilKliiirgp { { l"l "AM.: T. W. Osborn TIMBER AND LUMBER, October, January and April, of the amount of gross N E W T' R Property''! "
\ TliiTo must lira jr'uir"'J"'l' ( sale that be or they have made In tbe three months Olbloo. ot )ofBo 1. p.
i ilrlivcry. Tlimnro I llio (ftIlu4u1IlflltS.? Attorney preceding;and all such merchants at the time -
ni'i-r-wnry | AT LAW Ibal. 8 T 4. R
Doors Sashes and Blinds their sail returns, city Treasury Wor8eBI. proper1E W.Ga1b
\If il1l11 NI.Slu! {;""" '/I.t.. Fresh making pay Sec u !
2. "Xn ni1cinili', | prills lii'ii (fnr lili1 (uity" prn|>cr- Drugs, $ j TALLAHASSEE:, FLA. one-quarter of one per cent on the Imounlor .8nKr Roil
soles returned and In tbe event ofany
t cxNto III tlii-H- MrliTUcrc HIP gross A ; per NWMofhWXcutiec2OT4R2
now nrc t-tf Often E 1 MAIUM 1UKK son or persons to make such returns B propertj
np DtI'IS refusing
mime confttitntlnn* nnd, Inn'x 1 fur HIP Irol"'nll'' ol' Medicines, Feb. 9, 1144141. : ( MOULDINGS, pny the tax, fur ten days after the expiration of any life or proiM-rty In HIPM- Miik\ *. (Hint cxlKtiil iH'furpIlir ---- of the several specified quarters, thou It shall be the E'of 8E3)of See 1, T4fRI 1 I. property r.
rrlmllion nut, hue liave" nlwn>'s Wit .nRiirilitl ; Chemicals' TRACTICE In the sercnl Courts of the Posts &c. duty of tbe Assessor of Taxes lo assume a sum as hlios.
n< ..inmtlMpiil I j iili I ITIlItuitullIl, jro\'l'rlllll'l''14. 8lle. and will prosecute claims .lln.t Indi Ballusters, Newel the mount ohale of such defaulter or del"uUen.apd EV of 8 Wtf,of See 19, T 4.R 8, properly Hot. -

S The ditiiiiiiiiiiiliriiH, ,I i Hindu III tlii-lr !III"a I In I hrIJ1Iu11Le .\ against the Government In of to assess sum In doublo the .n"Stmper.WX of Sec 30 T 4 R
nr t Ih I ,' .111\I' iin- now iilHilinlicd, n. .llIv.l Paints or before any of the Departments at Wash 903 IIAV STREET, required where the sales are properly returned and King. of ) ,- B propcrtyO.l -
I itself" ,iilHitisliitl. These KiiiU* "nwrdiil, fimn.. to order execution to Issue ngnlnst such defaulter or Land of East
cry 19. 1867. 4j-flm bought KIng OD river,
such execution to bo collected In the 0.8 prOlt1' 1
: SAVANNAH GEORGIA. dcraulen
the I'nion on the throry Hint n Kbito haul n right Oils WILL - -- KIrksey ann
U> aMxilc under the CoiiMiliillon t the contmry June n AM. Moray FILLED PROMPTI.T. J\ 2. I'pun" all household furniture Including gold llter'llaDd on East river, property Letter ci|
-1 ,1.lrllle1111 pslnbllnlipd, liy 1"gI.lnlh'cII"II"/ lil I Itiushihi I MERCHANTS and silver watches, plate and musical Instruments RWILN
efore,the,..helHnn ; It IK now e lal>lili- Turpentine, It. I I.- -Muss, : ;. : TH Fab. 1-J, I HH.! 43tfGlaghorn. .__ _____ a tax of fifty cents on every hundred dollars value of lot No 1,Sec 1, T 4, R 1, properly L.1.
cut by till nrord, and the dut'Ulon has, been. nullinlttccl Mark thereof. Lynn. ''
to AII.1 l iminlpuml In hy pvpry one, of llnwSlated. OP 3. Upon all Improved and unimproved (town loll, 8 WX of 8e 90, T 4, R I property W. L. Una. -
1 town lot'
Cunningham a tax of fifty cents on every hundred dollars value Newport, John MunD .i
I Dye-Stuf & Loll 8, 4,9, of Bee 8, popr., property JemWof
The docUille'III1IS rindiintcd 1 Is-I Unit HUM, Uloreot
Attorneys { and I KOele1.
.Georgia pleasure and all ,
J State werp ni'Vor wpnralcd from.. I tliu l'lIi..lllnlt Petroleum Wholesale & Grocers and mules kept In the rarloge city, a tax of upon fifty cents bone on N W (of Bee 6.T 4.\R 8,property A.Sin .
-1 always fonll.II"lrtIo| III'I II.I ""I"III ttindint, ) their WILL. -_ Retai every hundred dollars value thereof. The Berlel U'e old\ plAe. property Olltoi ,
sttcnipls U, ",'(...10'. Now, a" ihi-w Matoi. 8tak'lll f\'III.'nINllheir| 1o'/I.llllinll/( ronlnixi'ti- Fancy andToUet MayI641 I WILL 8ELL AT WHOLESALE all arti open the gross amount of snles, returns to be made ore IT 8, R 1,prep Oglesby land. i
I OiK'triiKi. they Bland just Minntlicy. cle In F.De1.ad Domestic Dry hoods, at FINE WINES, LIQUORS, under oat, In writing, to Tax Assessor,and tax to 8'E' EX office 1 property Plo

were before they rclicllcd., 1'hU |Hwitiiin hun", In Articles. COST, for thirty days. Tobacco Havanna & Domestic be paid on Jjie first days of .uly. October January GaulleNF.ol'8Wof Bee 17, T 4:R ..
Sear prontrt ,
more Ulan one InxlamT', IK'('U nfOKni/.i'd liy the OUR STOCK OF lP Apri. Phillips. I :
govcrnuMiiiU A* Sinks they are t'tlnln >/"" Curner Bay and Drayton Htnet, all blnken, bank leDcC or person or The Creek D.
Spring plantation &
property & ,
I antf WII.... They arc nut ,.../,, Stiiles any Ionic"! -. and Shirtings SAVANNAH, OA. every persons hundred dealing In exchange amount, so bought cent and upon sold ardson.NV a'

to rail thcui nM Slatcx, an thin prviinitilp (im-x, Brow -0- for and during dol"rlp next preceding thalsl of of lot No 4 and 5,property of Thoi. .
hat no authority In Hirfnrliiorilipi-ni4<>;asSlaUii 1 Is our Intention to always keep our STOCK complete Dr. P. .". Call and nalipe our prices before constantly on band a of goods April, 1897. year 8 WX of )oUee 29,T4, .I Rad .J,
they have returned In tI.irniIrgInneelhi.y.. ; hate ,embracing ajrerjr tola*Mually found at a Brit to go North to m.k your purchanef. HAVE for fnnppl1 7. Upon all agenclesofinsursnceCompanirswlth. Blmklns.
I repented! of their Irrnl..rror; It IN unfair, unpatriotic clau The facilities now offeredfor told on McKIBBIN. & Orders from plantations the country promptly attended in this city, shall be assessed -and paid every year, aIn Tbomaa.S WX of 8 W)of See 89,T 4, R.property J.(

It Is lilu'loim to rail Hiein iris) SI"II'tI"t thin IIII.bleDt notice, enables us to TTAVISn 13. 1867. ALE: toI. [Dec. il, '0.! 36m of IK per rent upon the gross amount of pre Lot No. 14, nartsfleld's <

time. There may lie rclieU in HIPHO 1'11"1"1. nnd offer leUo.IPIPUe articles.Ibor We buy none but the Or. J. M. 4 mlul.tbo date of such and during the year next preceding Thnnton.SWXof. survey, property ,}'

tiny are doubtless liable to nunixliinent, but and that It best, and only tom t.b reliable house Ph1.lol.PI.Dd at all times and one. be of. 10. W. AHDBRSON. R. n:ANDIRROH,. 8 upon all male .UleOICDL. between tbe ages of 8WX' ) of Sect, T4, a a prupcitjl! .:-u
puniahnipntmuKt according to law, open Rouse.
4HUIKSOK, Jr. A. B. COLt any five ,a poll tax of one dolSio. -
others are Invited to eiamtneonr of which W. SCOTT & CO. 010. W. tweaL1-pead years
must be declared pronounced l IIY> the Jourtn 8tlk..1 TWO OR N WX of 8 EX,8 IT, T 4, H. I
ofltw.t Co.IMuns, no right to aiuiilniHler the we warrant. Jno. W. Anderson's Sons & Co. 3. Be It further ordaIned, That there be n illlams. poprt11 '
law and pronounce such punlHliincnt upon Individual to Monllccllo, COTTON FACTORS levied and collected the following Ueeo"l Ib,1 Lt No. 0, on W R Uorlsfleld'a II"ey.prom[ '.
*. Laws may be trained and (miwvd by -S- by Railroad. 1. Upon .i lereblPLa. as such In the D. Walker. ,
Con,,"*conformablo to tile ('on litulion, Imt to Tampa.Nov..*. ..1 FAOTORS, first article preceding section,a tax oftwoDI,. LpdlolDnr( HcBrlde's had, property Dr.I i.
they must be adnilnlsterrd and executed by the. JUST RECEIVED five dollars provided when the tax upon gross
r and sales of any such merchant shall exceed twenty- 8. A McCOK.Tax Collect,.
Courts. : 'MROHT General Commission ForaidingMERCHANTS I
Jan 4
five dollars, then the license tn shall be credited ,1887. wl __ .l
Every native or ishiirnIIzrditin1uItant, of them) A LARGE LOT OF I ..... thereon. .
Statoa, lately In relH'llion, In a clliren: of the I'nl- :-- 0. Upon all retailers spirituous or mall liquor Circuit Court Florida-Mid
\te&tatca, and nil such lie ran plead. and be impitajiVd Dr. ); BCOTT.- ., I HODOKI88.N T. or wine by tbe glass, quantities < r

a : ,be can act ta trp his for Courts protection of the failed the Constitution rtlalen: nnd FRESH GARDEN SEED !II! O cltlien ma WOOD, r.IT.U.. .. |, I. I'OLK. N. Y. ('._.r Orsiylost a.d llrysi> ..r..,, and ipon'less all than retailers a orohplrlaou.lquorla of spirituous IquorlD dolln.quan Judicial Circuit-Leon County, t'1i

of the United Hlalen. There IH no eourt or Irll'"- tbO,. Orders SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. IluleO than a gallon and not a Jefachment.-Sum demanded 1199.91 ''

i nal In the land ran deny him thin right. Call and get CimuiloguowIIh Almnnni-,.blch glrrs (Iregory A ADVANCE ON AND SHIP COTTON -'- ( hundred dollars. All retalor who are Sills A Smith BrooU
TS. Augustus
I New York New Orleans Ba- required to the said license tax
Now If clti7.cn of Hie fulled, t-II\\.III\ lime Residence or pay hundred A I'
4 a full illrrrllons for planting. t. L"rJ ILL SELL on Commission, Cotton, Rice, Na- dollars, who shall
.. c of peace la liable to Iw deprived. of his right to a II, '6 ", W val Stores,Tllbr, Lumber, Heal Estate,Pro them to be drunk In permit their 1I'IriuoUllfuon, sold and by jUac/ament-Sum 1 eranded.126.0'1 ') .
trial ft*an alleged riinoby jury, and tried >by -N 8 duce and held to be retailers by Ibo conviction' Byrd A Smith Augustus "
mllltaryi eomiiilnsloii under a Uonntttutlon Pr ) And will do the business Receiving and For. before the Intendant of Il. so upon permitted Ibe T A BrO.

,wWe".111'1'.1. pnIVill* that "tlle >ria> of till Phyatria... .... warding, with despatch, to all American anil European same to be drunk, shall be required lo pay the laid ..lftac/auietit-Suni demanded.\56.2i ,.
crime In Khali hue Prp' t.rrIJ K. Purl.on terlLTbo license tax of four hundred dollars.
except eawii" impeachment, ,
( Dr. OLARK facilities Customers. E. J. Barco Son A. BrooU
by Jury."lIl1'lI the provuilonit of Hercind third stud Consignments and Orders solicited. 3. Upon all Billiard T.bl.l.ed for hire a tax of < T AID
fourth nIMbI bill can be enfnrc-ed by II"" (Court, I one hundred dollars. .JgtacFwmen-Bum demanded
WATCHMAKER Nov. 16 If
ol..rwlll. they never ran hue no inforeed.t Dee. 18, li16.Pratorius. I WILL \ 4. Upon every one bono dray or cart, a tax of 8teen ? .110
dolan, and upon every two horse drsy tax of Scott, Poole A Co. ,I Augustus A. Brk I .
-' '- In rear of the old dollars. '
No,. U, Watches w. a. suaaoi-um. t, U. HIXWKLL. w. a. svasocoasL twenty-five Attachment Sum
demanded
Prom Ibe Jefferson Juwlto, March ( 11 mocks 5 Upon every two horse wagon used for hire, fif tnS.bQ

I 1>su-liT. '. CosivrMtlaii.We &Clark; r DR; AND PUT. Jewel W. H. BURROUGHS, & CO., five dollr.dolarl, ;and upon upon every ner111x four hone bone wagon wagon twenty-thirty- J.me Lee VI Angu.IP A. Brooks. ,-

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would InvIte the rnnutit attention of all with a general lormepi of GENERLCommission doUlr iluaclumcnt-Surn demanded I907.6J! 1.
this the result that MERCHANT Office in Upon Livery Stable*lax of one hundred
our Tlc to iinportanuoof TAILORS, FANCY and dollars. every W.1 Bond A Co. TS. Augustus A. Brooki
,or grow a Convention' of HIP ATCLE Forwarding I
or this Slate, or.1 at leant of Middle Flor 7. Upon emery hawker and pcddlcrvcndlnggoodi, ilttac/uneut-San demanded 920.00 Ii
Telher
TALLAHASSEE FLA. wares and merchandize, except for the vending of I ;
4 Ida F INOd. OLD STAND, MERCHANTS charts and .luO.a lax of two bPDdr dollars,and Wale K. ATerltt VI Ar.'U A. Brooks. a
Tan value and hl\rlllle'n\ of cOlllhllOIIICtloll I :1'I OM Door BtaU JImA, upon every vending .alcb"Jewel' NOTICE of the above mill i!
Ire fllrlhenl'e / or other merchandise, by gilt ,la hereby gtren.Md the dcfaixlui
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aDO"k..lgl .O..DA. NO. BAT STREET, SAVANNAH, IUerll 11 ( .
r moral, ".Illlr |Militrul! ; DR. ALLH. 9 GEORGIA hundred dollars, and all other persona Interested are rulredlol
surely then the ""I"II'rhIIU".I'"nll""II to FOR the sale ot Colon and olbe Produce, Tim- a Upon every, Hotel keeper a Ink of one hundred pear and plead to the declaration e. 01
a,. all save that of ChriHtlunity itHcll', de- BE IN CONSTANT RE- .Lumber, Personal Property, dollars; and upon every Eating House, Restaurant COUNCIL A. BRYAN, L
ma"l.otWf. those who are Hie| "'liilly Inlen'Hted an ARK IN RECEIPT: OF A FINK A8IORT' OFMC of all th. new ..d.! &e. or Oyster Saloon' ,a tax of fifty dollars. Clerk Leon Circuit('oar
Its guardians and should WE moot of all Itlude of goods l.u.II8d !I. *. ellp goods In bis Unl-d SrptETNA. 11. IDlf 9. Upon all vender. of Llerr Tickets, a tax ol A. J. PIILEI, Atty. for PI't : .CUec,25'UO.
.1..mlnllof to IVIII our line, eop.lollIl'n' part ofGentlemen's ..a.l.l- ,Clocks and Jewelry repaired at abort PO ten doll; and all retailers of spirit IW
temllvCuf"\'ry I' \ 1"11" haTlng fine all keepers of billard tables, all
I IWUllIa aUrnlCllf the puhl" al.1 to ."prlcwoklen P.rloP ers ofdrays or carts, or keep T
or six
Int aa carefully re- Leon Circuit Court.
;i "Ian. agree UJKHI MI'h rul. HH Furnishing Good., Black bis shop a*0 any shop North or Bomb. / LIFE INSURANCE CO.m' WIIOPI or Lacks, or public carriage, used for hire .I PI"'II f fTS. : ,
the Nathan
may beat the 111'r''tur grc c used. .lor.ald.1 keepers of livery stables" hawker Herring ) .
in which they arc C'11111 and Fancy Ties and Ormts, 1,18.lte.I1 11 HARTFORD 11 venders of gift lotteries,all venders V Bill for Divorce
It la certainly unuccenKury to point out to the CONN. of lottery Ueke.all bOle"eper..1 keepers of Catherine llerrlng. )

Intelligent tt'adler. or at leant t c.U. "|1"1 IIKAVVCLOTHING.OtEMIUTU0 ''J eating bl.el, lloop.,shall, T IllS DAY this eau.eem. on to be bWIf
some of tlie obvlnuu iM-nell 1 IVoiueuch A CORMAN HAVINO accepted the Agency of tbla Insurance under"ep.l, of double the tax In case (allure, the Bill, pro tld .
a Convrntlon, \\"ull'IIL of a COlpDY. I am prepared to Issue Policies to before .neral.roloal. callings,or business, and was argued by Counsel Whereupon .
Iuoil II all lre 'It In Tallahassee as aforesaid, ,
DXALBBS IN or Tlclnlty. upon payment of slderallon, the doth order "J '
unliirns of of text Dl ) .
count) lll'rI.. 1,1.; JL vr. Among uianyadtsntages olfered by this company the taxes levied ss aforesaid, obtain a license so to cree, that Cour IDdle. sri to'existing /1;
three I mUch"hkh, ho o\er imimriant proaM attention. to those'Insured are the following i do from tbe Intendant to be countersigned by Ibo between Nathan and CiUun If.
we mild, are but aecuudary to the orllllO- Clock Jewelry Silver and A paid up and well secured capital and a large Treasurer, and such leeDI tbal not be 'issued for a Herring' be, and the same Herr 'lowtrl d!I raolTed. t
great eud wliieli would IN gained by a"ukening l. surplus. shorter period than .
a'niore to the lni, |>orlanie ufttlucatloa. have received from the Houses T. Aununl DIvidends, which are paid the saute year. 10. On all shows, other than circuses oreqncstrlsn further adjudged and decreel hit if", 1
ordereo.
JII'rllll'lluD best Clothing ii
iiti hue adice ol'ii"'III'b.er lu New York a lot of flue ,'lulbll"l i .AMF8 } WARE, FINE GUNS- Its dividends once declared are not forfultable.It exhibitions,a lax often dollars: and on all circuses or Herring pay the Cl 01 Lb.e PIDceadlngs. f pI
whatever his talent or ability, to(the. JF.8SK T. | .ellloolle the Insured by giving erodl during equestrian xhlbiLon., tax of one hundred dolan ':J_ of
that "a 11''lnhlj ithoiit EDMUND ( and Pocket and of the policy for premium .b,1 be let" for each ; Done and ordered tCbambera, this SOlb d111 pI
8rlplullllau. u luiiil.prooliel eannot IHWMIM (hue Coats,.Pants & Vesta,1We WILLIAM I. : Cuter and thus furulnhes a larger amount of Insurance leeD.e to authorize which must first be obtained October, A. D. i b
aanw lve II 110" w"IIJ. If'formally act 'forth Overoat Jan. 4, /?. FANCY for I touch smullur rub ."payment than I required IILodoal and countersigned by the Treasurer U06.i.. WATL BAKER, irtif )
we\b& tley .'and Boys,In In a"all cub "om pan! a penalty double the tax herein 'h
great variety.
la an to inxiplo ol the htatv by acommltlee. and Clocks repaired and J. I: Agent.FLORIDA. sessed. STATE OF rLRDA.l 1 I, Council A. Brp .'-
A ouuveuUou utorcover will uaturally Southern W.tebe. 8i-if .r.med Jan. : Iri?. MITCHELL 11. Upon all Itinerant traderS who offer goods, Lox C f Clerk of the Circuit 10d f .;' I
and noctwuirily pavo the way to mime n'Uol of -0- ,'ar. and merchandize for sale I..b.1 city there for the coupl aord.d hereby, certify tiC.i it t al
the State, (or T'rltl', or 'hatcver vise (tun- shall be Inlee.ad collected a lax two hundred foregoing la a lr..d Co copy of tbe orlgoti J.] r
may ace UI) and furnIsh some ,tiu: TO OMB KM.' dollar; to so sell shall be first ob- decree of rerd. my office in raxj_
g uvLcgWatlye actiou. CITYHOTEL, tamed from tbe Inlcndant as aforesaid' under pen N b Herring vs. Catherine Herring.. f.' 1'I
We are ourselves think that an Any article of (Ivnlleuipn's Wear'made to-order, ; ally, in case failure so to do, ota double tax to be [It I] Witness my band and seal of office u Tt;I UI

day should be ,'lo..lot"llo, CutVlloo.early but Ppl short fushlun.notice, l by the best workmen- and 'In the T JBKRAL McGUffI Proprietor, Collegiate and Military cretion Imposed of, which the Intcndant.SBC. penalty.may be modified at the dis tbulee. this 7th day of November,i' I ,! Cut

aa we believe Uiat all H ho are lr as Jan. in, Itiul?. 88Ijusel' Xjl all Produce 3. BI 1 further ordained That COUNCIL A. BRYAN.Cerk :
well enlt..ourselves to npr their opinions -. Orders for TALHASSEE, FLA. INSTITUTE. or parts luaael conflicting -' al ordlpapee Nov. I._17-tmoswIn
'to such we Mould tent and meanlnz -
nectiwlly Ilvll Machinery o/thls ordinance,be and tbe same .
.
all Teachers horn thin It \ -- are hereby repealed.Passed
to w IXIK r sent 'r. KKCKIVEDII 0, ". .
reaaoad with un on the subjivt} auggMting lime now prepared to PROPRIETOR Or THIS IN- .- In i uprl and approved this 2StU day of Chaoer '
and for holding Mu'b 'onventum. the ,and HOE February> In the Circuit COrl Lo
J'I ; public generally par rpIUS IXSTI formerly known TV P_ _rn_'A__jAH._ CIUlty'
W *& ..! be sulllvlfiitly ceutral and a Y th be III Uv.and holds forth at the X Slate rtTIS. as the norl n __ Middle Circuit of I )
uient and delIver the To hia t.lua.We' of the Suwsnnee Rlrer AUcl-nA.Hncuixsov Clerk:
COOT \Vc-diiewlay, I the ISlh of lay, ,as old friends be says but In
( enough r feels them-but to all(friends, I now operation,under the charge of I. I17. 44-4tw Robert G. Shepard and William I
early I Edward Bradford Jr. &me.I F. b. sod atrangers,)be would say that he Mai. J. 1 CROSS V. M. t, Superintendent and Flber. copartners, under I -
of the style vf Bhepard I
I T. le furnish the beat acrommodittlona and Irf..ur Mallll"lr. For i 1
8UOOT1NU OtlbOIIUI IIY ELUWOKTU.i T. city.turd B I.\KLE: } A M., Professor of Sale. and Fisher, complalnsats, ) Bu to foreil"
.T. Latin TS.
H, I
at hour to suit the Ir"'k.
i Slaurday OUI uniully quieUutlo F1.ou11* -S"II. wU fIlbe any Lieut. 11. Professor of Engineering and M\r hV PLANTATION AND BEAU Jae 1 Richardson,defend f .
neighbor town harpoburg, wan throw Into an OF % l.l. 4JHAWKN. T.I Ie LnglUb.A. I.'AL TIFlL Residence three miles North of Talla- 81 l
date of exviteuicul tiy the murder of II r. M. A. fRISE as L1VH! The *
!1 BAR ROOM Vnlverslty of Paris, Prof of French. l-aWacres. o.\K tract contains T appearlnelotbe.atiafactloaof the cowl! !
len ClOt of rllM'Lllily. living t4.1ea The Board of Education takes In cleared land ap.1 of ) of which are nn- I James UKichardaoD baa absconded frOg* .
ne place, by Copt. lurUller aueuiber HI'on Livery t the Hotel where the best liquors can being able to commend the School,great with pleasure. presen In the The hammock land a. can be found Bute of Florida and resides beyond the IUXIIIh8Iof i iJ
residence
.' of Oen. Jolm ilurgan't.<'ol""lleOI' Hotel It organization, to the uironuge, of the people. far S1Ie for beautiful"Live Ok."llkno.a ; Ili or4ere that the said defendant do TP*' qIn
is.aa always baa been, .d
wand, familiarly kuouu tu Sugar 1'iirtMl I ILtiavi: T IllS OLD oUbl A thorough eoun.of MIbemaLlra Natural 8cl M ooliu8nd Its 11 demur to said bill .ItbJLC!
ol the ;The circuiii- 2where\ .We strife to PI..I.I cures, Latin Cireek. .' Ifuot sold uuequaled Springs ot fare wster from this date or the same will be utn i 'an
COllau"'r. mODi.
mmr the killing as related. to us, were about (; Hiitlrr teams or Saddle ran II. 1306. 11, taught. ttiuportutitf.. are .! Eall.b.. boweYr..I b will be for b1 reaL time '""' 1)cct'"l'cr next. Use () kAddress ii furb.one that this soli""' ,
0.1.1 sucb
pursue iruchcs published in
u follows: returned from ..eul. o.u.rdlpi may me at Newton Co., Georgia,find .ek I..ppr
On Saturday lust, CapL Ellnworth ble. and .e"1 for .ddre.s Bakr. Tallahassee for four .. .
ticcounpanied by.Iloydaud evening Moiley.both: rvsideuU, Larl, old tllud..'In ESTATE AGENCY. Cbelkal 8boll.'rulded 1 with a lhIOol.blc.1 and ..rlleuL. (1 1 W.WniTiniADTaUaiNotice. U. BRANCU. ber Done,A. D.and Itjott.ordered.Chbr.this '"

of Bath county, went to the village of bhurW-| J. 117. o AV.alu" Oct.- 12, 't II J. ,LtU'r" >'.
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S began drinking and won became bl". I. TERMS : -- A WATL
b Java 81.1 Rio till'Vliito .-<', true copy trol ,
Whilst In this condition they engaged In P. B. & OSBORN Per eVholartic. Year,ending June 30,1867 one-bal AUtBa. Clerk. 4'.1
a game ol cards w jilt some or thu i l'rl.I."u pale In advance, the balance on the litim of Feb IS 181,
m lu ( \ Corn, .
gentry Bharrmourg.
began playing Alr.lwulber lfur. ha'eYr.C.pt.Klls' Estate Brokers \111' ._..aMlel..................$.. ,"mn 1 powers the of view the operating Gull Statelnsurance under the Banking! Leon Circuit Court.-In CAiIl'l 'r1 ,,?

I. worh auelupL' di""lt him from pUj lug. Sngir: of nil \inll. TALLAHASSEE, ...........,.. Books We been authorized to be Company ThomaaBrowuvsTbe of John .0." ;1"".
: FLRDA Incidental Eipenses.. .. ... .. 1 for add Den
s .
bi eJorl were lelrolulner 1'1"111 -o- .. .. I luaa IUbrtOa amounting to opepe bun- and Maria A Bill for&1J TI .
I.
a abort are no extra charges.
Tee under
get them te Ewor relu.I"t. Smute.. Fresh {'II\'rl T having formed extensive business rela cat be obtained In l private 8tn A. B.Iho.UAWUM,dull. MOXBOE the.aprlot.adepce, T appearing by alrUI In this e*; tIetidefendant. ; : J
o.brln"y. "Ii. TuotA th'
he"1 ALLAJ > ia*>pruiclpsl clUe of the United States, dlal. can enter Imle. Subscriptions limits of
banding It to him to them. t a.u1lmC during .and received the rlde .4
le tuoe 1 to pUce Plantations,Lumber Trsrmal'rury. well be by undersigned but -
charted time ? at TsUijaasee within the limits of the United StatesIt
drew shot him bull Cheese frul o entrance to the at the office of the :
Jo below Ll ARRIAOFJ, aad a other real..I.lllc close of 8.oa. at .bve persons to subscribe Company where Is, therefore, ordered the said dfc J.J r f 9 I
back rl. can obtain t
andnajalBg c
C lb lhld'r NEd8, for ( Alabama and Ge upon m el. Ech county Wel Suwaunee has the right ninj.r wiiDI to the terms >n(1( .llnfow da appear and demur, answer tbs e
.1 through bin kilg inklaiitly.Thereupon Fruitsauti I \ possible to seed,free of fees,one scholar; such scholar Dr.; Thomas Monroe eopdllou re- lu said cause four months from &'TVZlion "
will
J Elworh U'd Id Mealy uiuuut- CIICI .t'gt.tnl"I .. ta the Maria Bask Building up stairs. U) nominated by time Board of Commlwloners of 'ul WI a Qn.c1.pd of this wtb the same will be U .te town, shooting at WdSTI T. W. $ their respective counties. Dnhl 0 upLeUo A. "HAWKINS le. andthecaus.wUlbeael8rabeaflf'j I i' Ib,

,i that dared to. show hin..IL A 1la'ble. SI F. EPPEi. AI lb.Odc ofthe Coa>faf' Tallahassee.Administratrix's b.t bl L _.. .._.. "
,pom clio started in iiarauU situ Pee.. Feb.: 17. Oel tnol a copy of uusnoui" .nb tin -
B
I o COSISUE, Dec.4.1t6. Edar.lon public this Su. ** t .
a capturing lloyd and Cinld.lt __ Ile newspaper h I ,1"'r
HAINESS AND CARRIAGE u _. iJan.
Morley; they als) overtook ElU ortU, but upon| -- loPIb BRIAN. -- ;
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Notice. COUNCIL A.
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their coming up w ith him he fired upuu them, .
and thereby 1 them a* to make good his i I.herjHxil Salt, At bis old stand, J State A LL P.EKSOS3 indebted to the estate of A D. 81.1867. 4Q-tia* -
delaye w ber.he nib Seminary.FEMALE .1 late of Suwannee .:
county
at 1.1, MtrUitg/ b Ulou
prcaeut Lwe-JI.
]
II public come forward and make Immedilia Insolvent Estate Notice.au. I-
&ia'421d. : RECEIVED LARGE
Uii-e ASSORT' payment.and all
do 'd -
Carolin puwJaH persons having claims against the '
< Uo.conalaUng same .III them, of r.E.'
a duly
o
DEPARTMENT.VlflLL present anthenucalei for set- Court of Probate, W.knlls eountv-Stste ., .,
h A TWUT PI.I.t-n e,cuing, Pickles ..A It1. 'AND LADIES' I.I.DI, t" the undersigned within the time pre- bepteumber ,1! .
long since, and a locality not a Uionwiid no -- a be i-opened on the 29th of Olob. by law.or this notice wm be plead In : | fa<
Ini" tOL 'I" 1 the charge Uw ae. 1der of their recorery. TEMPT HIGDON b la the mailer of tb Estat of Joseph/ 1iAe. ,
from futigued by his long ,, 0 CI. ; { ofjm
Journey Mr
aad and 8. :
11.1 *
and MTTEXRY !
drove the into ( of Chewing Tobacco GREAT &agl. BaD. E,Uto. Ad late said County e
1\ion Johu team a "iueat Quality Collars& Opportunity la pursue "1LaL.the .an 25. 16?. IIDllns ceo o- <
any
good range, determined to pass the bubbuluenJoyUig \'L\ branches taught lu Ibe beat seminaries. W. WALKER ad-inistrutor 4'ooobSYiDghlrdtb145yiswoikae' [It
a aeason of worship with tie gone! folks Liquors) of all LinJs, IN of every description. Administratrix's .r
of the viUage. When the lime on>hi|> arrived \1 a kpd TERMS: Notice. auggesUoBsous of the loaolvency of des"p.. [ TlI"

John ..act to wuu.li the L.m. w bile the Coru Per..boLtc year, ending July tidY t>ne- A LL persons ladebted the Estate of Mirnret having claims against said eMail '.'::1
wagoner went lu with the crowd. The prel Me ki-j't.' constantly on hJ..a. G BATC11EL8 AND '"": the bace 11 5ih of .. Brothers WI of Leon county decee.eJ, notified I appear and tie time aamewitb '
bad hardly aQPI"o his subject, .ai, 117. 311-Iw' O "'ED Ttn8 February- requested to Immediate payment 10 the na(a r. before aI Monday I. April. It.1( .j t

I td alep II agaiiut the imniliou iu nil sell, at Bane**1n Primary Departiacct...*.........""... TQ signed; and those b..IO cisiuts said may b. pro rats Kdir 10 unD I S '
cple by-Up.w bile jiM agoiuot him, .du all )In Trimmlogv Intermediate DeV.8uient....... ....."....' ecU present authenticated. wUhmtS I L [ '
&o I Ice !
I
ashy \rry low I..tlluu. sat Ice I 11 I Acr. Id BDCUlb, Rims ('Wc Dplenl.................. time prescribed b1&S."'""*notice**"b fle- Judge o P.\ u ,
SH
lp' ,bo aceuied all aUorbc-U iu the scr-I wtU ran road Railroad, CvWr1. 1".4 IW(exlr..... ......... O b of their NY' B ,laett. ___ J. an
CAR WIIICE Incidental
moo tb ctruggkd bard withhtrli-cliugkuntil, A .. a 61, ..uonUI |>rUiu(toad of.. trap Ia ................ I 1 & KART'L Ad's :, tunil
Ib t eUulhm a lnger. klie burst out March. PelU..101 lee for tbe coming tcuoa, TheM lends.( .) OW Wule 1Plbgl4 other ornamental bebe feb1 Notc.
the top of ber ou Ibe ave route, ta lb. ta desiring 0 eb. .'. SIX MONTIIZ pubUcollo md' .
a" .t
voice, lu I l ah ( man ball aw mike, w bo lIE IIUI'MK, J*>i-k .ia,lllr, p. 1.'d4pUo. Prei', Board EPPE.. Notic the _leia. Adnunutrauuj' 1 oE
i
M. U CIS MONTHS \ P.-- *
threat his arm her waiol, and trud I Feb. U. ?. i3-Sui lbs lulb. Belting. 01. .l' lk ,. present my final fjf f
very W eider -- O and Toncbws County, will
; S I and Repairing done Us dis- ao.aL a* admluiMratrLX ol ih. L apply to l.

aouhinidy.Wo, Nancc: I wo. Nance! Here John, cut Pen.-- & -- patty The will Frodond be rcccif DESIRABLE RESIDENCEFOR .. county Joseph,and Web'I:N!; the Judge 01 Pobae Cf .Probe.at o sold county and for asked nou"f');i-"f'"f'u :
Ga. Land
R. R. Office WIN'.Dd
*ie belly band, and louse the brecchiug-qukk I Undo,aud tb.akD 1.H E. OOI'S SALE. V JANE tbe. RACHAEL A. CI

Oie'll tear everything to pIuceawa particularly .'l O'k E flRY Oet.19liG& U-IW. fE.d's ._8p1. KM-oniw_ _...__: ,-
$ -I
the work ot a moment, but the i iaLcr LIVE OAK By order of I -- 'PIlE FINE DWELLING HOUSE A>'D .-- --
I a the preacher loot 11 thread of \ J. premise o U. corner of Adam and St. .. Notice. Notice. P
I fLtdl., A LL persons a khlog lo purchu. Kailrood r auda, Notice. the
tho "llaal" CapItol, olferc4 MONTHS ArM
mt, pnWUI. _XX make thuce I SIX WEEKS alter dm&"I .W apply to SIX a ib p'bUcl.r' (1
or pa> Litchet,Staile Judge
while ..1 O beRCo. pur- I wW t T.1 ( Cistern on f I' Ike
d1. wn a cIms.c4dIp1auia.s4uireialb. and' MUss U & ..ad. food a fN Laos county, deat.01 di .
_a b repair and altogether letter. Fld ol E. WIC g
: But to go W meeting L coenly. kit of L d" 0,14
WAL1
GWTNH. The I Il non of
- : & kcp lain acuacs "ye ok Land av.1 1 Ike _D.t. L late 01 o tl.l. .el.1 a lel dnlp WI OP vI bpi county to the Hoeu Judge SBt I
Feb. IrfT. (.1' 1. G K a(0 t1 d. rrl d.. .OIOi WI I Ie. Apply tl 0 &Dde. l. CtC. Rub itruthers,laze mlA oouscyuh.usgs nt dtaal.aLua c

15 .. h 7 t. RolE 0e19lMd; t(DDtT, A.rlt Feb t. PETER L B.SEl'. t& Le\S.TIS b ti. E1,.
1"7 4'6mw
4 Jan. H, 1"7, uw

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