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Title: The Semi-weekly Floridian
Portion of title: Semi weekly Floridian
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Dyke & Sparhawk
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1867
Publication Date: -1867
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1865?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 5, 1867).
General Note: Description based on: New ser. v. 1, no. 5 (Sept. 26, 1865).
General Note: "Democratic."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BY DYKE & SP A HA'VK. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., MAY[ 28, 1807. NEW SEnIES. VO!. 2NO. 73.


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STATE CONVENTION Mm[ I'd and voimdcd\ that the sutjift of ol.d w hieli w;have; I hero performed Cause' an'Intlit-, : I New York Advertisements & ,
For Sale. Steamships 0.
inni-fic'Ufi f loribfon. or THE teaching l he nfi'trcd to the Committee on Klemcntiiry dice to g out from this AsMnl.iiion that will -

! Text Ik., to ninke ft rriwrt at the Inuo tlr people fn'l .ir npatliy upon tlio, 'PIIK: 1.nsol AND CONVENIENT

FLORIDA TEACHERS, next met'ling of the A oclntlon. (Adopted) E.hll"lliolllntc\t.of tlic State-. May the di1- MATlVIN'S[ PATKN1ALUM now 1 occupied by Major..John Honor Beard,,on the\_ I i| REGULAR JJULF PACKET I 'i

T. "daT. MaT .8. 18.". Hy rwiupst, llev. W. W. Childer* ddro wi-i m1rlloll anil actions of thus.\.111101.lliroiuli' 10Ulh t.1 ..rncr of Monroe anil Virginia mil .
THIRD I AV. the be the Ifn ANn IHV PLASTKH, Brut floor contains Iwa fluelBawlI'nrlors ,
! Association in an Able and Interestingspeecli. Thy blessing, c."mlCI.111 brirhtcr The Al Steamship

; WEDNESDAY, May 23,10 o'co'k. A. M. for \\hleli the thanks of the Asx tation were lietter day for Florida-n day' in \hit h evmyhild a a wlda Iront Hall and,back Dining 1.laZ Room(in, 1'antry tho Ac.,,

The Association was called to order by the unanimously votril. (' In the Slste, sliall be brought under the In FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF .11. 11'le Urge Chambers, with Dressing.0'nd Knomiailnchcil Ii

; Pre ident. menial unit moral nhlih can be .Clanhc.If desired,
Moved ntul seoondrd, lhat the President 1 he exoflk tucl'e.f proper training.- innkliiK six all. Tbe n.e Kitchen,. .
eonUln.
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Prayer by the Rcr. James O. Branch. io, a member of the Executive Committee. e part 118 morning-it may' Into meet tin (.sundry two servant rooms. Cistern

,, The minute of)yesterday were read sml 81'| (.\llolll"1)) more on earth-may Thy intst-ncr, O 1"1.1. gow SAPES. lined Kllchi-n and porch arched', "with lth brick purnp In attached.emen&. Is For nndcr terms the

l prve. Oi mnlinn.lnv. D. S. Walker and Hon. 3. ..1Finloy Ith us Into our various Ih'hf 1111'1, ami -0- apply lei SAME3 B. O.UIBLE

Advertising Rates \'onsldcratlol of the report of the nu.lnt. were requested to tll'lvr addresses, at may we all lie so gu"c b.! ThY counsels, am) M in h 1,1-HIT.t \ 40Rairoas ALLIANCE ;

Committee was on motion of Mr. Patterson. our next t mO'lng..IOltel1)( ) sanctified by Thy spirit, WI may' meet lutho "'nrrn..f th. MrM In lhr> .rll. ,

or TBSEMIWEEKLY adopted. Moved[ !'olll,1 Illt fletkel 1w nppointeil Land of elernal blessedness, through .[.TesiisChrist &c GEORGE STAPLES, Commander,

The following resolution proposed by )Ir. Join In Itlvcl addresses b.f.r x'litlon our Mediator and 1 1".I'I'ul'r--Amen.TIIK WILL LKAVE NEW ORLEANS on tha inu 01
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i FLORIDIAN -- month for West and Intermedia)
A. Warrock Key
was adopte. at Its next meeting. (AI1'pll"1)) NKKR: CORRODE TiE IRtS. SEnl1tIE: ports, touching at on or boat the 'I'Mof
NrKAcnMEjrr the fe>lIon l- Apatachlcol
Reslve..That the Raid cmmitr bnll make Moved and !on.lelllhlt the Dili article be so EnlFst'n Fire Proof t. Pensacolafi Georgia & Tallahassee the month and St. Marks on Of sbont the t.'ilb.alll ,

TALLAHASSEE, FLonIDA.j to thp l'rllient on or bt'f'le> the 1-t amended as to read "there shnll an anmm Ing paragraph, hUll th< nallniml capital, IIw lilleil.liliAl.nt leaving Key West on the id of each month
of Sptembr. and lhat the action Ild cnm | b ill be seen that B. F. ha*in;uto another failure: touching at Su Marks on or about tha 8th of the
Minion line.,or less) 4..llo.ertloo. Jl 00 conclusive find meeting of this Association nl the Capitol on the month and Apalachlrnlo or abont the9th the
Out squar((10 cnslderell binding on the witnesses before the Judiciary AND DUV PLASTKU.I'liMnc RAILROADS. on on
1 15 Among ri-tnrn and
One sqosre I Insertions the Association. 2d\ Tuesday In May. trip taking freight passengers at tha
Committee on Iho 10th was Mr.
860 .lllu. lowest rates.
! One squar this rate Insertions for less 1 .ibID on. month. On.month or On motion of Mr. Villcpljruc, Mr. Dtirln-r' of The follow'ing report was I'8111\ received I' late candidate for Insunl Wl.t'r Vlrgill'l.Ir. semi or rail for an lllinlr.iteil e"lllnlof. GCflMlHlKQBRUCjI MIH' HfllD PERKINS HERKT

And>t Ga., a Corrwi>oncling Mem .The a >or Adams was HutirHpuacd np'n siigge-sltou ArenU.N.w Orleans. .
'tlete p i MAHV1N A CO.I'rlnrlpnl .
ts fellows< Augst ommltt t wbll'h.f.M1 /
more f' l>yHiiBlt of UID'rl H"tl"r, lo prove Uie lalcl'n charges CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. A. DKalHAM I'
I br oChe a"\1 Jlc thin.IIlon House Unit the '-- AgenV.81. Marks. ,
mn e ,

J !I j I I I I I I I I ,.! I Jl I ; lie Wade being was present request Invited came to of iuMrc the forward President s the and A mnde,soclalion.Mr.a J.iwt 1)- and ex-omcin A. Corley submit Siiporlntenilrnt, KEPOHT the q., KeRlsU-r following of of PuMIc 8ll".I l.ll l lrespcclftillv <*.. corruptly the three letterf reduced l.lchtrrairo.&)r les, snd UcllrcreU on j


arrive I alioat til.o
3ir; r ilI81 $iO $ $01 $M that they would vole to leave 11.1 Illhe 1110nl
> .: i-.f4j. and beautiful address. ,1111.
I j 8 Ts i IS M, ISaoi 18 ma\ jn appropriate We hnvo t'xlmin"lllhe p.ipvr referrvd to ns, IB Democratic candidate. Mr. Ailii'n* to dnyteslitlcd No. 721 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.Mur hours below nnmcd, the (' '" ., reserving

10 IA lIS KJJ 88 4 M* 48 8' 8111I1 11I1 'f9 sal 1511II 68 On motion of Major Cross, Mr. Wade \ r and as Kloriiliaiis have 1"'I so deeply humillnted lhat he luui nolli'ng' to.do wth the ,h :, 1S07. M-ly I the right to vary 1'n'Cro'l nt tlielr discretion FOR NEW/ ORLEANS I
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4 19K i.1 4 81 TO 18 88, 91II qtteslexl to repeat Ms address lo-nlght to a public by the (acts w hiou it d.I",that w e WOl1 transaction, did not M ritu Iho prelcmledlettcr\ -- -

II : :: :1 4& M 'II 8110 iii' 100010411108 audience.( (Unanimously cnrrcd.) suppress\ these fuels altogether "l'r0 11- and was, on the date of, tlio teller, over t\4 hundred I'r.lah' mull /*...'n..I..lo. IVnltt -0,1'0, ,
II III &1 811 MM 83 1/1 101 | pelled by n sense of duty to known the plueo whcre I 1C pur* HENRY MOORE & GENUNG ol. .: I.' & STEAMSHIP
, l 119 83 101 110 1111 WT 1M I: 140 On motion, the President appointed the following StOl1 If mlCllMtant fr"l FLORIDA I
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the ( ,
9 114T 811 101 .1 100 1111 1ft 141 148 155 to the entire t failure, upon \part ports Ilve tHen writtrn. This cmplltcnto, I."vo Qntncy.... .. ........ 7. A. M.
10 119 &11 'II WM 111 111& III 1 111I8 188 170 Committee on Finnnce, whose duty it the Stnte OOV'nmlnl. to make any adequate toRlimony on this IIjccl, nil the MAM .. Arrlvo .. ........ 900 '.
I g 11 107 144 tdO 168 IT& 183 shall lie to ascertain nnd mi.c sufliclent funds to provision Ihl e lcnll.n of those 11".n" noseintelligence to have 111'1 "gl ,',,1 In Ibo nllair h Iv- ."l'lnU': ,AND JOIlllKKS OF Leave '..ailbs.T.I"II..o...... . ..... ... .
Ii1' Mis 83 "I USin IsslI11 1511 IT1 11'0 188 197 Commonwcnlth supp. . .
the future .
K14i M 88 11e l Bil8, 1 1 1 110 defray the expenses of the present session of the pro'I"'liy .filI gll'l their evidence. The resiltIs 1"'I e1ollllolo. ..... .1.10 .
88 83 1111 181 148 1411 178.196IN. III 1'J.1 | We COII'n& publish lo the that tho proof Tills to sustain nenejalButler's CLOTHING .,-" .. ........ r. M.
[ 87IS1 S9Ml 111 9A Its 1W 1M ITS MSMB 11& 114 37 Association: WM. Scorr, O. 8. Joirssox, D. world 11'lell. fuels submitted below, charge, utterly, being that It turned itit Lvitve Live (Ink..... .. ......... 5IHArrive .

41 18 100 194 149 187 183 SU an IJII HOW PATIN.I in the Hint, by directing public attention to that the tl' ru not htt Mronriniit, Xrv, '.ra. al Lako. l'lv...... ...... .. UN) .
10.1 SM UR hOle supposed' n were tl'lr. ', .. .. (100A.M.
43 110 lOA 1110 15* 115 188 1 lie to entrusl Arrive al ...
111 1M iniin ll EJTha A report on the education of colored people thl'o the Jicoplc' tuny Ilhl.,1 but goexl Vnlem solilurs, and that they \VAget ("I'I''TI I. Nllh'U. MOTH.) lun".I.

II: 4 4 8 l' 11 149 11 18 w 1 1 I I"' .was offered by Oov. Walker, and received by IheAssociation. the legislation of the State, hl'll''follh. to such certificates to enable tlieiit to vote uniil 0111 -.- .. .I.ha nsstl ArronunodnlloB iJotmgM' M. O'LEAUY Commander !
HI, IllS 141 ITS 1 11 I\ 1 men only as will mewl earnestly 11.1 1"Ilcnlyflrve month after the tnok place In We>st Vli <-.( i ,
III I 11 1S 1 1 The follow ing U the report I plan ell'ctll JOHI T. IlitNiiv, formerly or 8anlsbury ,i Henry.Atix. .
some
& 9 1M IHOm III III to Inaugurate 1.whlh glnln.REI.IUIOIS. T. . .. \\riLL RUN REGULARLY from New OrlcaniV
| $ 1 1 1 s En M''HI. I formerly with Henrys, Smith .. ... M.Or. M.l.el.l.ako
) 1 5 13 IM I M* '1 11& The cmmtc on tlicnlnratiim of our colored of at least a common \ e.llcllon --"'- lut I. liKM:tu. {I A Tl IIM'llll. 1."II."n.h. .... .. ... .. .... 5MA. M. I V for Anilacblcola loarlng New Orleans on ad,
'' .ly.
II 104 110 1118KM 141 II h was fl'm'llho quest Inns. lie brought Ithiu this rench ewy chl1 CMOS. \ VJth and 83d. connecting with Schooner three limes
1 111! .hol / may \ -The a r., 1'11! .I'I.'nT.1., formerly nf Henrys, Smith A I." ...'...' .''.. IO .
11"'olilllllslhr !
tsl G lO 14& 115 1 I I' I M what Is being done?" n hnt more in nlol'f In the State. union iH'twoen the : unit 1..1,1., /I.i /. Leave Miullson........ ...... ....1.2"! month wklvh will take her freight lo 81. Marks
and "what Is required of us'" Wo 11IIblt from the )year 1SS I lo the )year Protestant Methodists, reci'titly 11.,1111 \ol.HT II'NNIII. "if (IcillKlit.MANL'fAfmtK Lravn Montl"lo..... .. ....... "II. M.Arrive IInd return with such freight snd passengers ss may

above sre our LOWEST CASH PRICKS. llEPOnTs 1801, number did ....... .... oflkr.
r&o result
ult.ihl1'II'j".rh"llnIhc not least
sni at T.lal..uo.
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: eeiwmlly.
cry FXl'l.t'tIVFLT FOR TiE .... Order *nd freight sent to 8t Marks will hat*
will 415
by the CASH State, between the ... .. .
. Adver.meo&unaccompanied That at the frt session uf the General Assembly 19,807 for the of I the sum tent of|>cricluatiiig| the end m %lew.ll.llllli| ArIT'1..anT.I.b..e.Quil. /..... .. .. .... (11.1Ni. regular and quick dispatch and money may b* paid
not recelv*IU.oUon. of this\ the war, a law was passed was l'IICllol hill lions,though,w ere formally made and SOUTHERN TRADE. to Mr. A. DimuM fur ns snd sent at onr risk.
If the money enclosed dOe not cover the number with great unanimity the education of the of'O.2- 0.1 was 1"1.1 Slate ellh )ear.- objections raised and liI.I.1111 \ Mnrko Trnln-IVi-lftht add AcroiMtnodnlloss POST HOBBY,

of Inlrtloo. ord.ro.It will b* Inserted ten number freedmcn and Immc.\alcy f.1 put Into oleraton.- amount From I is 1.t'n)' for, lluil tbe education the Rvrrago(.f courso of Ihe -', 0"10 tl h..I ilNvelo 1.01 rilICKI: >, IIIANII't'RAII.1' OOODB i MnrehOT, 1807. Agent ott-lf of Ship In N. Orleans.

of time*. As an answer enrh AfloltoU'1 pitiful yearly l sum of 31 |>t'd any InsuI'rhh'| nlKtai'les to I reunion eil roll' TI.FREEDMEN.. Leave T.llb..eo.... .. ... ... ...1015 A. )1
done" the of cl'nl" Ibo two bram lu-sol' thu The "\lews of .. .. .
we statement theSuperintendent l'hll'h. VJIIOM.
No proposition*will b* entertslned for payment present l'ICllh. We find that the nniount ntiportioncd Arrtnatll Marl... .
for and ask that tlie frt.r. II'rllc 411 both side's are fully 11""n. 1\llhe, probability L.av.ll. M.rl................. \0 I1. M. ELECTRICITY.Dr. .
but CCBREIT HOMIT 1111'r slllllw. child wnr, wns
I I. anything
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anrlllog. is that after .. .
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be taken furlh"llnIII..hlrl' .. .. i i0
same : 'onI"nllll. U.4
T.I.h..oo.
of the ,purl cents in Confederate Al.n every variety nf Mmm M ami t mt(loons ttlap-. .
On*or two copies, only, paper wl tot The of tho Common Schotils money. "I\lhRllllnl they will finally to an I I
Superintendent" 111
the 1".III.lnl. 11.0 "' HUT TIUIIK.lff IVBBrsirr 1'ralis ftir Mnvmtssnl
the fuel lhat the Intermt on i
to vales* an especial agreement to Ihe for for this Slate Coufereuce at llllllllr | ,1110 P. F. VILLERBT.
hlJ.tIlln .
adv.rtle, Is made. fmcn. umlir reports something aOordexl 1 only the OIIJlt. sll"tlllo\ wi In Macon, May' \.rl\'II.\ ( 11.1"1"0| with prices, sent bynwlllf 1.IJ..knnID.... .. ........ 9.10 1*. M. j
contrary iliuly Ilslrcton. be astonished to 1"lr. you !I'It 1t'i.1., 'Ttkf"/I. I 1.I.k. .... .. ...... (From Paris, Franc*,)
1.t"
In solid matter, ten with sn of nine Night Schools connected w Itli Nor. 1C, I l'UI. 4, 07.Smallwood Ciy.
this \111'1'1. . .
10t .nr that there never his hrl'l 1"11..1 any tax m -. .. Arrive al &VD .. ... .. 111 .
words to the line, or D ., a.qu.re amount to some 12.0. While tho Sabbath State for Educational | ) exceniing one Arrl\.tl.vlnnlb........... ..... 6.0A. M. Medical Electrician,
All contract advertisers whose amount of spice Schools number at Il'lsl 2.0. In connection dollar on each adult the ediicil- Special Notices, I I lUAOJD In the
eictualrelf treatment or Nerr-
with hold and 8,000 under colorllllllr & Co. P. *p front Mnvitsmnh i E
snd length of Um* sre led by above rate*, will be tis we hl'lwecl 2.0 lion of colored -: -I Hodgkiss T.I. 1 one and Chronic Disease Rheumatism, Neuralgia ,
inslnlctol. In the of Tallahassee, heart add anything to Hie Malement Lev Savannah. Paralysis, Hplnal Disease Torpldlly J,
their We have no lo M.MI'.r Dyspepsia -
required to confine their advertising strictly to TO .:*.
under Leave Live Oak. '
alone 1,000 "I''n l'roeLra&lou
Instcton.- of these humiliating fact*. If tho c.O FACTORS 1.4 of Ibo Lifer and General ot thaNertous
own business, unless otherwise .&pol.tod. In it difficult to come at reflect tll'ly. olchildren Th sdvcrtlsiT, having lux n re-rtore-d In hi-allh s fivwwkshyavtrrslmpliiTiMnnlr COTTON Arrlv* at Uk.. City. A. M. System by his new and successful mod ofliplylng :
trtl. I will \
-.- of of Improvement! it Is universal, people only 11"'llheKlnnlll'r w even ,afti-r: hatlnt i' i.rMvsral Arrive at Jak.oo.Uu............U 10 P.M.C'osmerllon. eloctrlclly ( besides b* will attend lo any
ho Ni
throughout Uie State. I have just finished the w al growing up with jrusrs with a ..r lung .loU".. and drd I kind of Diseases.. Apply lo bis omc..t Dr. STOitLin's -
I rudiments of foniuimiilon, t Msf
.tD8Ca.P.0 of I have lectured the freedmen educaton. I cOlncl.tnl = kno.o General Commission Merchants resMence..April .
tour the >rprslliu
8tte. to < mi-am nfium. ITo
staled .
entr the fuels IllhllCOI ,
Per Annum |5 0 In In } as well as wi b sll who dunlnt It, hu | a ropy ut Um|I. |. Blcamabln AUIatin St. Marks for; New a, iHtir. 57-tr J
their Leginlators .1..111 ..
'Iorla l'vO
six months, 3 0 place* of eer I met with bring such a pressure lo 1)lr upon 101 0.0 1n.nrch..IO.) dlriilliin' > for pn-ir- No. 10 llriivrr Ml.rw Vork. Tie abont tu*.4ib of iininth. About tho .
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9 many te coullr. as will comiel| the adoption of such a common Inl ad .hlih th..1 dud a lurnrtra _-. .. -' nth, Illlh and Utllh ofeai.h immth the Steamer
three months, 0 the uioet cordial weicole most hearty endorsement school and thu pinmagc ('un..ml.lul. A.Uimn, Mr,, t'I. h.. t'uliln did Uprav MI:...".. OT.c.&
No subscription taken for a shorter period than from white and colored. Tber I but system in Ihe ol.ulllllSa .n Id ..n Airi. Tho only nlijuel of iissilvcrtUer J. 1 I.IUf A[.1\\1111. rurm".1 Im.lwo"l. Karlciit leave* lt. Mark for Apslitrblcolit where .bo ..n. .
111 furnUh
w to every the 7th, I Till and .7th, with
chili tlC on
Um u .. .
soiuliug I'niirlpilon Imaffllclcd
1.1'1.
one common sentiment, w hieh Is, the 101Hn'dl (> anil J. tb.llm.bll'J'I.rl'
month. of l"on.I.I
three color / .
drat principles an C. .
ilege of acquiring at Il'l"t and inrnul IIr..I"n "li| h li roiirrlri.s lull* Ule fur New Orleans. REMOV.A.L.DR.
11
ed people of our IlnlshouhlJ.educated.My education. Invaluable and he b.I..r'.n..r..r. trylilsrem', ..y, Tlol. I. 101IIII.I.II"rlll., )V ,-. 1"llklu. 0.1.10. bol..n jiilni'y lluliibrlilga andAlbany .
schools ben success; tlieteachtrf JAS. O a.llwl riMt them pro<. a hluxlnin- I.. W.II'OTT. .. ) York.WK .ICo.. with the trains.IIOIIKIU'. J. 11. UANIMUril baa removed to the bonse
hundredth of the 1HACI. \ :
EIITlc.-Nlnety.nlno a are and. exemplary .I.blnllb.pirnrrpllun rr: >r r.-lnm mall, wJIpliaiaddress 1. l'OUI.E.I'ull" WALKER. ii
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actve. energetic F. 111.I lWlE. ( .. HUM .Mill ,\. UH.HU.N/ ... oevoi>ld by Mujor HATWAKD
Northern Radical emphatic In their denunciations and received I. (Irii'l Suiierlntenaont.
press are though 111"0 never anything O. KinK' t. .New IjrOffleeln the Munroo Building.
of TUAD. BTKVKN' confiscation more than the most meagre support, have persevered rend I and : M.1 .IdT. WII.'K.. I, r. nro prepareil, Ihrnnuti mlili-nl Agents, to April i 1.1117. M April 5, '07. 6HlfCOLLEGIATE I
under the straightened This report was f''l'ivc,1 advance on aiidsellCiilluiiliiulltlierlnuthurnPorts .
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raw-head and bloody bone*," coupled with his "They have a mind mOt to learn." cruDstnc On motion of Mr. Wnrro<'k, the tbllks of the ERROn" or 01.... or forward fruni tht-sci 1'.1.10 New York or

declaration tat no one la authorized t tell Ibo teachers engaged In these schools,there has never Convention rului ucd lo the pr<'w of Ihe State A Uontli-man who innV rcd fur>... fnim .S.. l) DlllKUT" PEN. & GEO. RAILROA.m. 'LORID.A.
Wl'r .. .
Pvoile of the Reconstruction ncu lieen a single complaint against one of them. nolle of Ihe meeting nlllly, Prenialnra Dimy, and all llir, yiuilUful' Indl UVU'OI. I. I
Bulb tat of Florida, for their ** .1.r .. I. .j'L'._ 'J I
rvpmkHl _
will allowed TbcleanI'nnltl'wlihnnr l'hol operations mtlun, wi fur id* uk .1 "0"1;,send our friends may prefer. Our counei'llims In Liverpool ; MILITARYI
arc flnalillra In" 'ba tlwy b representation and especially to J. fres lo all net-d U. thu rt>i1io ) ilini for and
of tho Association more nut'
18 the Union Comml.lol In the | .1". ar* meli as will g\\e\ nut enituiiiiirs nil the TiLLSMtsaBi, >, 1HM.NOTICK .
their kinK Hi"slniilu n-iuedy whlsli January
In when terms are complied | by u.curi'il Mum-ran
Cong North who are quietly and perscveringly n. Oliver of Uie Oentiiul for yiU attention lit that A'ly| |' to
Ildlollcnc. sdv
carry ,1-hl.1 lo pruBl by III* rtl with. Ettning Journal, a paper ing out UiU noblu work. I Imvc, In visiting llicso made In pnrfeet r nO INSTITUTE.
and for the liberal discount .nlon. fur after II o'clock.
next to the Tnbuiit In Influence Schools, found no coniplulnt agu'uiHt them.It vcr JUll.N U. OUIIN. 4l.I..II.Sew Vurk. 0 W. SCOTT & CO, Tallahassee. shlpiuoiit. will hereafter b*
wit Ill"r- several Railroad b"II.
and to the May 3,1MI7. Al 1.11.1..101..1
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enough. We quote t Is due to the Bureau to say, tliut they ba.epl1 bl hi fir printing 11 July ID, <) > 87 und'rIKn.. -.-
11.1 lat.rot the salary of the Com Companies for their attention. ItUI WALKKK, Bup't

I SIIALL NOT BE.-From all parts of the nlOI Schools and Jits 8uprlnl'mh'nloChu Cum commencement And, lu a high degree, arc our thanks duo to I'rui; KuytoH'B I..U.-.. Jan. U, I"U. UJNOTICE. ( rplllb INSTITUTION, formerly known u tb* I

counlr the response of patriotic Republicans to ,bebltles rendering 11.IICI In finishIng the lituins of Tallahassee, for their great kindneits Thusa ruiucdlcsar* fast Incoming lmu.rholil fu\or- EARLE CUNNINGHAM & CO. Humlnary West of the Bnwanne River.
of STEVENS the SouthernStates
& TID. tat school houses and furnishing moves. lies, and no Iniully need few pain or sli kuvn, w Ith a la now In sncrwaful operation under th* charge olMai. '
shall excluded lifter have complied E. B. C.\X. lu)pitulity lo thu J.mhcr of the As 1. L. CKOBH, V. M. L, BaporlMendent, and
of lbe
I all supply m on band. Olruiu l I.
with tho reconstruction bill, Is an emphatic and Sup't Com'n Schools fir Freed.,State of Flu. 11'1111"1 during our may)' in this city.Adopted Tie 1.1. COTTON FACTORS, 1'rofessor of Mathematics and facile*. I
unmistakable protest against such violation of aUerluolo.loot fur 6teolll..I..lhu ... Kev. CHARLES
In answer the question I what more Is needed n.III. KINMOKE A. M., Profl-Mor of ,
honor and faithlessness t ( ) i'ure tut tha l. A"DComml..lon Utlo and (Imk.Lliut .
lo contract Congress y p I
Uiat the chief need la to luleroA pll..lld > .
we answer money .1.1. OF AT T1IK
has wild t the South that it have representation books and pay The diHMMlioiisof] On motion, thu All llou was adjourned, 1111 Jro regulstors fur tho i).1'11" Merchants T 1NAT'11*on TiE BI.811E8 (leorgts II. H. UuVAL, Professor of Knglneerlnf aud
mal buy tacber J
Ien..ol.
participation I councils, tlie people both block,arc just such subject to the cull of the !'rCldl'\t after the deliver country. Scud stamp to Prof. II. II. KAITOX for Illro.d. Inipi-rallvvly demand should reijulrethal A.English. .
A. FKIDE of Prof Freniu.
University Paris of
iijKtu certain terms. Republican Party, In al we would nave! them on the subject }- of lite u.1rl'.lhls evening. C'ln ulur. See advertlseiuent. *o. w".... ". Hi1.JiiHN : all/ Kr lhla|( h* paid fur befur* removal I
of the The Board of Education take* Treat pleasar* Innelnir : :
every 8tt Nor.accepted platform of while Indies and from di-pol/' (
Some tho most
tl respected May 10, JHOT. AHi'Hit .
able to commend \ "
with It
last F Upon thus and R. WAI.KKH coo.organisation p nl I..
pure NIGHT SESSION
gentlemen of the State, have taken positions In II K1LB, Co. to tbe of
patronage In*
llemral people.
that turm.rlor8mAlwood. r.r..t Huperlntendeut.March'JO.lHlA
.IU\le.\ all Party went before the cuntr.- the schools, and, besides tho apprcnal of I good huvtng liecn delivered by Prof. J. I D.Wudu : : TOA En:." ...., ...H. C""I.OI" A thoroulL course of Mathematics, Natural Bel I -
te originally loyal States, feel lhat they have rather (JlleT. ,11. Dr. Ihe President TUUH J. I'KKIINS., formerly of HuiullwiHid, r.ro. MU euces, Lailu Ureek. French and JCagUab will b* 1 ,
1 Missouri was endorsed. Tbad Stevens,the clKence.lot. lallosilion by doing. Ild UnrroM 'cull..1the Lurgei 6 pp. Circular, glvlnx liifurnislluiiiiflsogr Co. and J. Biuallwood A Co. : taught (I'pnrtunltl..re afforded however to

of hate and champion did tan a good man o woman In 8 the State that dues ASM* In lion to order al 10 o'colk. P. "ale>t Impurlanc* to tb* roung of lu.tb soi*. L-.-- GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY, pursue such tranche a* parent or guardians mat "

liU very WOlt to secure an acceptance of hi* pet not feel the obligation of this high duly. On motion of Mr. W'II'k. ., nl"1"lnlclllhf' | It teat lies bow Ih* boniery lunv liucume I..uurul. IH VINCI EXPERIENCE/ TI1KHAI.K OK solect.Tb I
School I with
"confiscation and punishment" lie ca UNI iirovldud a fbllocophlcal and
Ibeorl' lie Time de>ra not permit your committee to uiy (oniirleiit| lfllln caeh county Ibo despised rLSpcclcd and Um fiinakeu loved.0)oungbiuvoreutleiiuii MANAGERS'IJroritlst Chemical, Apparatus.' j
and ridiculed by times. more at They therefore clone by commending \ .. Cotton and other Southern Produce orFCE. I'
shuuld Mtmtf
mltlielr
present nil ton. } I '
C\'CI went 1 far a t vote wit the Democracy this great work to Christian cxamlnl r'1"'r( upon fllltullirKI.U'IIII1 r,1 .r(17. TEnuS : ."
,
every ul.I adurc'SS, *uel receive l solicit and t., April ./
his own endoneIn Teacher*, a OOI'.I'ol/.ald|> / >> return wu respectfully consignments are prepared AI.ol.
1'ln8 as 1
I rl t m the land.
Par. wh"IIII''lr,1 I'er Bi'holasltc Tew
June an
patriot mall. tu make advances, for wbUh luTIIOM. ,ending ,188T oballpayalil
vagarie* uniformly defet.- D. 8. WALK EH, Chairman. On motion ofld'V. Kt'nnll. all communities TO THE CITIZENS OF nOIID. In ailvaoce, lh. bahuic on the 15th. of February !
Sot a single measure originated by Address P. O. Drawer SI I. Troy N. V. J. PKBtUI.IN: : .
h wa.aop W. U.Clf.NE. in this Suite desiring Trarhrrs, and all R. J. I I'. IIOKHACII U our .othor.d Agent iClassical ,
ted
In left
the In which it 'I
aDape hl Id. J. __AI.I_1! 1 07. ISm TALLA1IA88EK, FI.OUIUA. fur the siil* of our Tlekul (I I. Oup..tta.ot..1I\O ;
Met theItcpublican situations, are
has therefore
ens no right E. B. DUNCAN. Teiu hers doiring hereby n'llt..I.ell anil on ."I'uu"l.r tit* mail faclllile bulnif wurl 1'rlinary JIO '

Party. Its sentiments a truly represented Moved and seconded that )Ir. Samuel Pasrobe to ndilrcMi, thc Secretary of this Aswirlatloii.On Wonderful but True July HI, IHuO. H8-ly |1'1.1| between Kliirlil and !v.noa.all 'personailualruua j.l..r&Ul.ot............ S : I .
who the Ikkel
, by assure* of I'Un' baslug suppllMl by
O. Branch There vHuurd .
Wlln. motion of I'ev. J. : ar* no eitra charges. \
Southern people that have representation made a member of this Assochillon. (Currieel) *!r. ,.1 allnlu.b. on tb* sum* turl..1o.r can to obtained la bullies. 'Bta .-
private
W tei reward for obedience to the laws.- Moved and seconded lhat the name of Mr. S. Rcwolvoil, Tlmt all |I"Tsonn apHintcd| | on the MADAME KEMINOT03 Ida wo.1 reuuwutUA II.. C.. (JOODW1.V, A..H.:.WOUIM.Goodwin : b..lu.rl., dmls can eulsr at any lime during th* Mosloa, snd I
Court shall Examining IlonriU Hlmll be, members .troluKUriiil Uomuauieiulliilc wlilluIn W W. BYD" CO., Manugera. will be
u-lido. from
rllcs Supreme Impose an IJunc. Pasco added to be Committee Elementary (1,1''lall. rharged lb* Urn* of entrance to Ih* I
tlon. and the suspend the b on of this Association.Ou a iKiirvoysnl slate, dclIueiUcs the very r..lur..ttbe a Woods, cliM of HossIoD al abov* rale*. ,

the act In obienc t it, we predict that several Mathematical and Classical lext bks motion (.f I'rue J. I). Wadu; person, )ou ar* to and l 1.ILe< uiil uf su GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY Koth county Weal of Ihe Huwsnae* ku th* itebl I
luurrj 1..I. to send,fre*of tuition Cues,on*scholar aucb scholar :
btates will all the The follow the Association |
preliminary Ing was
opwit paper < t IC..ln.l. That thu. thanks of thin A.ud"U'1 instrument of lutcnse powerkin.,..tli* I'syclui- tu be nominated by in* Board of CamuiUsloaera o| I .
cndton. representation in liy )Ir. Hugh A. Corley of are hen by leudered to CoL W. O.Uirardtuu to irlcit, ami life PAPER AND PAPER STOCK, their reapeullv counties.
I'gl'r lul"/.e.guarol.e./ |>rocucea |>
br Ute close of Its next session.I .- fur his ,, and eflicient hilxm In J. .'. IIOBH A (; il F. .
'ut and see whether State LdM. and ex-officio Superiiitc-ndent of 'ulul like picture of tbe future Unbuild or wife of lie *u. A sits Ml., Itclwcria .>>.. ussdWllllMM EPFE8
tat you meor.bx. Convention of Teachers, and in the A1 free. IkL KdueelIoD.
calling a AOENT .
)IA FOR 'HAVANNA II.rn ;
the & prove* Th Slevnl or the Re the Slat: succeMlul (,orguui/utlon of this Aswxiatuin.On .1UCO.I. with dale of manlike,occupation,1''lnl Hirrrtn, AE/t' /Dec.' IIM.STATE. I

public pony I right! Statement showing the amount of moneys received motion, the Association adjourned until Irai..r cLar"ler. 'Ac, TliU t uu l"I."II.u.sslestliuonlals '4i-r: -VASH: aM IIAII "
.. annually as Interest upon the School Fund wltliunl oUIL.r:. assert, NEV .
'ly.talnl
Excocjuouio.-The quarrel between the R and dUtribuleu among the Counties ; alxn, the lialf juist eight o'il'< k, Thursday morning.I'OI [.lure "blrtli tgtt color of C)., N Ihl. OIUVsi from* A. .11. a.N SEMINARY.

IJublea and Radical* Nor of the old number of Chilelrcn bl..cn the ages of 3 and 1ft balr,and enclosing dl.p.II.ot..d stamped euvelopc AOc, Writing, Printing and Mania Papers, !. P. 91.fKi. ., o

tne. grows interesting. The following from the years amount, a apportioned reported by for each Ta Alan.llbe KTII .. sddressed lo yourself,yon wl receive Ike |,ietur* May 11 n-t I ..r Tu" KITSWhole, 'Ii; I"I. f; FEMALE .DEPARTMENT. J

New York Tuta sow I the spirit of the afliiir s ( Tin .tu. May 23, 1807 \. M.[ by rduru. mall,loget ker wllbduslred Inforiualloulif I Iu. i..rler., I.i, .:llblb., II.&U. "\ITILL b* rs-opcned oa Ib* SOth of October auV .'
l I June.forrnpiiiiiliiihi
lu no 1'Jtb
,,
I-CunlmiDgj"li recently a Ye.cbUd.D, NU. of:Ain't.Mono of* I!Ain't each t! The .\s'I'laliul was called t order by Iho Address In couOdcno, MtDixs (.HTUI |<. L IITCU.. JOUUKSKIMU.H. . way'raly Wednesday prompt attentlun luordira ? der th* charK of tb* Ksv. L'auKUB Kntcosaaud ,
Woe.' b1e bkuLut' I Child ) I*. O. Bos N V eaclosio Mrs. H. K. KxkMoaa with comp leol aastsUnli.Opportunity I
Th L& lie pr.t. .pp..d. President KKUINCTOK M. West Troy by simply (mouey, aud dl'lll"o. loUiy
CO. will b (furnished
--- L. RITOH &r address. pursu sny of ILe
ujstokenVhen I Cents.S031TISO --- -
book i1 I iUe he wrote his I 'I Prayer by the 1'v. Ja O. Ilrauch. I will ... and braue bus Uugbl lo Ih* best MniluuieB. I
not seen the Newark '
The 111.577 A Yoi-No LAW b..11 1111.od. r..lrul'
tremendous opened a Crer.rath l : I : The inlniiUx of yexterduy ,'erl read and aI"I"| IcUltl lIJJr COMMISSION MERCHANTS auk tbo polr Ke of tb Ihe "n..o.D& TERMS .
iroou deal se&of ba vulor a I: 1.111 I 4 1K.1UI W ted. I country liouie,after sojouri. few .onIL.m Ibl I uf a Iud au olijnel l, wltU lh* (Incercal Mia! .

Apalyp To b lue aytg i I lpken or i but Ibe 1-1 1.7..,'' 'a..16.tu USltfi,7tw 15 Ou motion of MJJ Cross, the name of the Ilev.Jdincs city, was kardly recogulzcid kker frlcuds. lu II.cor. >.. .n front Ml, (for. ftmr Ml.) lli&b"l> t.&UD.I.1.,111 tbclr oue*TI..Wa 1& drawings.&11. ,1.. .Th way* palrous pruv* half IVr I..bl..lo selii.lu.llc advance'ysar, ,coding the balance July on l.t.Ih 1117* 1Mb use-ol '
11.
lu a rustic, flusked tut, sk. luid soft 'If
ITeliruitryfrliuary -
ver trmendou 1 calL loudly: fervco.lY..lke lf I f. ) O. Branch, was added lo the ( c.aoe. NEW TORK. and friends of lb *

oe criog I te 'Udere. I.r te i 11lfi l.l7 i .MU*81XT HI,4SMl 10 > Eu'ulveCOlllillt. completion bf aloio.1 uuulm. siuootkuos, and lusleadof "MAliJSrC ORfUANB' HOME" Itopartuieut.....................|.'!0

1.1 UcI.on 1 1 J.I..tldllt. Departiucut.......,. ,. ..,. ...
o.uch 1 a te No apportionment.Am'l 1.0Ibree really I appeared bulelgkteen. JOHN DENHAM &: CO. tu add/cas all orders for TUkets and ,, 441I jfjm
N-W Sprogcld p 1- W 19111" received S rears. On motion of J. B. Oliver, the Executive Committee I'puo |o tb. jreslrbauge a. "rniuisled aud fur all luulcal O-partmeol..........,........ SO \
ald k 1. 1._ U.- luijulry CIUI. (ofao MOMTICELU), "UJIUM. l 1..c. of .turb.r. lufuruiallun," luJ. Vranrb aud Italian, (cslr*,)..,..,....,..... act
J 0 Jl,hlh d Dt dcrn te were requested to address a circular letter, sk* |>lulo1y ti.M lk<. .e>!> NOT. 16. 111 l ? l! -lyBEAUTY Bull Btrct, uudur IIOKBAfll.Hcrevvo Af'Ol.Ofllc House. Incldeuul &Ipe BM*.........-,......... S I ,
The Chair appointee!,a*a Committee to OD
< <"u tt attached the of the Constitution CIItCASHIAN BALM and U au lovaluakl -
.pl to
ent HepuL pre (pamphlet copy OD.ldtrtd -- I'ul (illlv* Luck Box II. Music, Painting sod oilier oraauewtal branches
war tem' and 'lke cntul make a report t the \i.uc. on the foregoing earnestly requesting Ihe CO-OIK.ration of the acquisition to any Lud/'s tol..t. By Its mo A.rilUiI] 1SOT. M al lk I 0'0.1,10.11" Jf. EffCd, IJ,
?
l event*' < .Muat'w..uuJto Sur Statement, the follexting gentlemen i Rev. J. MiuUurs und Editors of Florida in b halfol any Lady or(jeulleulao can iiuprov* tkelr persouslsppeuaiic Prea't Board Education. 1
th Oct. S 1>*4 U .
in ,tlie niabk* frewi the cUi p O. BRUECR F. VnAEMore G. hundred fuli simple la 11* [IInL eocy. .
leg tkcea Capt Itev. su 1 I MfLlS'
.
r of Uie (Adoped & Silken Curls '
t. object Euc.ton.1auIQ Auburn Golden Flaxen -
.ol\c i Ueepclotliing.. Tliafg rigut." S. Jomtsoji. combluatlou.Xlor be...(I.''I.le. ytl uusurpaued HDUSEJCorner DESIRABLE
RESIDENCE
-- )
lu Us efficacy In linpuriiie* from 'of Irur.EfREVX'1 I'
dmrloy
THB On motion, the Association adjourned until 3 IKOIHXED Illh.
hL.H THE COCOA Itev. <''b_ Kenmore offrred the following rca- \ : '
XI.-T aUo aud keautlfylug Ik* skin sad .a. of and Sts. FOR SALE.
beallog
I Meeting Queen
PWlel. :
,
d.u.iog and .tubbora
phla Ayt not at 0\1,1. IAE0S oluliun moled to curl tbe iui.l stralckt bar ,
1 .10 t act f"IW1aa P : I wWJlluD! Bylu d.rxt *tlouo* llie cotn-le U of either sex lulu w.tjr riiiKliHs. or le.wh.l "I E DWEU3NO I1OC8E: 'AND- I

ti>ity at the South. It Ill; SUMOS 3 O'CLOCK, r. x Itlve.I Thai Uie thanks ejf tL Contention I r "oll l( aU Its iiupuriKs, kiuilly kuUlof Ib* curl*. Has been uwd by U> r.blu..'. ..I .u. .,, ". .'. 'l'IlK.. OD Ib* corner ol Adam* and III. M. I ,

In regard tu teol o the negroes there Is The Association trembled and called to .r 'mlen-d to tlie Itev. AnI"N'u.eL aud Ibs .a* N.lur. iouudcd and London with lb. mwi "nllrJI"" ..I. 1 AuKUstlu streets,fronting Ik* Capital.k*..
thi* fact lhat public I.. W. Archer C 'ke, Prof J. UVa The Kadical* have S ml no 1''Alio order by the*President W. 11..v. Dr. ilarrold, l,r the should be, clear,soft, 1..JII.04 b..liu1 frle* boslMld, II. U..nl.tT.| ,ul.. nulled frAddreu tun preuilae, all la good repair,and Is aUugmusrou
the Southern Stale |out of Uie U.rUo Union kep and seconded that the IMJJCTS relating I able CWlen.1 aUUresne* with which they .II t. aeul by Mail I or E.I'|'rt*.. ta reeelpl su order '. 4 U. tbruiUls. No.8n5 'pJIIH WELL-X SOWN IIOTKL baa lu.l beru, of Ih* ntut euuvitolcol aud deslrablvdvellli v* I
until the Move I (iitored Id .rev" by W. L. : it ta, tkeiuisls, Klvcr 81.. Troy N Y. sole aeuU lur lb 111&e M. Iburuugbly repalvvd, rvlliud aud re fumUbvd lath* tII,. Apply lu I .
LIlk.hold under Ihe law, utrW t privil- t t Peabody tudo*'ment and the Department I l'.I:1 N ttutc*. aud Is uuw ready for &10. u cuiuiuixUllou uf lbIravvllng L. C. DEMll-LT Acenl. I .
Hi t.
They have On motion Uie follow ing name* added luUie'U.H'f So. 3 West F*}.1. 1.ue. C>lyJ. ls .
not\. din- bfEducalion.be referred tb Executive Com .rt AlrIII.lo:7. public, wbus* pjtroua respectfully t. IWKJ. Uf ,
aYe anytliurg like Ihe same ,0 energy mittee. t utemUrs of Ihe A MX U lion.Gen. Tlie only A aierlcaa Agents tir Ik*sale of Ike siw*. aulli lud.Mercbaut. .- .,- I
in sutfrage In the Northern Thu (Adoplo) H.orr April 19, 1W17. visiting ll*city are rr'p rtfully lavlUd -
FOR SALE
would at fin.1 seem and incuiuialent. The fbllou ing preamble* and reolutkxi, pro J. J. Fiiik-y, Le City. Kev. J iue. tit _H 11 -. J. M. FAIRBANKS Every aetuuuiudailuu will affurded llniu.C'uacbca !

would it be fo any other lent Abolition po. 4 by Mr. .ere adopted: tle, Quinc} Ur. \. Kuighl White hpriiigM ; KNOW THY DESTINY always rcadmeu lu convey paaKngcratu rpHE HTICAIIBDAT BPUAT, BO
J.I. IIJlr. and fruui &L. UulcLTb L lowing and It
It prll. llghleriug al \\lgjjA
.w however. auacc-pubUs of explanation. W UUUUI The I.W Conuuuu be h'JI for Hun E. C. uJle. (Juiuc-y and ItoUrt .\d. General Commission Merchant f rupri<"lor t..ca tu du aU in Lla power Mir'.s. IIbe. iwu gueid Peippii i .

kUCI have counted certainly upon the Tote* t.W.l wholly tu our Uuiiliou County.Ur. ,. MitSH III for till comfort of Valv :glim, H Ineh ryUnder*.**Hb i..nuut
A *
KrealEoKllsb WUOtKUL
>
f **of the St tu ma**in tb.i lavor. ; la.lw1, i. A. Wamitk that the Conveutiun w.J.. E. TIUlu t. .- *SU JUBfr-ll r-UUCKi-L froprlelur.Muib ilruk. aud uu* Uonkey EuglB*. all IB guu4t eoaiillloo. -
I Uev are ftfnLl tn t.t \ *tiA the >\ Then it. excellent of Com DVe I' lt CbnD'.1 ..II..orld.a.1 wbxi ba* .'01". .-|.U..I ..>..'U"K. U. 07. 51KKEUillT Tii*abav*Bleauibuui will' sold cheap los
J\ho lu<1 UTeJ n.g. uneler- SCIE. system colored now .dj'J su da, (Agreed tu.) acirullli >_* < i fur the ol' li .
among lhm I Dn o t t .l4ll. l>uor Wot .
fclood tem too .1. t YOU .they did." I jieople of Ihe buie of eue. : ad After the (jlluw Ing prayer by the Itev. Jame* .now located bencll*l Uwboo, X K. Madam*' li OiY J.UKS\'IUE....I."UJUWA.1bnb N"OTXOE. Aprll17.. -7-lf. -. .

... \\ u KEAj, It U inciuubenl ujwu loaugged O. Urauch, the I'recMeot accoreluigly sjiuouuced possesses su
-V WHITC ift a XEGBO Luoa-Te Savannah '''.- such dit uure* as they ml eU'.1 ut the Couteutluu adjourueet .00D"U o. d kt, .to taabl* t.r .import kaowlcdg.. *Stt, 1",7.r.r. -- DEPARTMENT.u Pen. & Ga.' R. R. Land Office
rf
lit raid to effect Ihl noble ,
contains t tbno.lg comuiuni- W a.There be 10a; Allly Gud, our .'aur in Heaven, .( tb. grenteal Important' ti. IL* .IDjl e-r marrlad tit I Ie Canned Goods. fSS. A (lOIUil4 KtlLkUTslliihasiM "". ,1}
s.al mar not C& LIVE OAK.
..aU'Wh In thi aiwlhriitlim Uberscx. While Ini t lisdtUiie lb AprU ", 11j
ealigLteueJ .te t.e.
: i
power v.ul in the L guJaturc to
tk 'br __
is I that iJanu-m nd other violin lar and r & (if Ike oorvou yon ar* to loury, I f pllE luUumluf Goods aiornd al Ib* Depot of tb* _
funds in
tWul ofieratton iiienWl and moral IraiAug lerjr
*uc ( flr.
put -
I %* Ih ld. 't f laUea I4 KEaH TOMATOEjJ, | company at TalUUiaaw*. will b* eold fur Ik* 4 LL .rauB islshlg lo puretus* Rallra4.Laa>l>.
0hig w luui ma r Tlure yitrm o 8'hol Tbere jre, b itHnd lhat w e _vecxi td from our J..tul and and by tb ad .1 an lartruiteut <> p.", Green Corn, fnigk aud ebarxc* due &bt,... u auction al Ik* Jor uiak pajnisau on the** beretotW. put.
u .
"Uling! w 0.bll employoirnL abl ad I J Aita WUcr. andtxthe knu*ltdge knowD .tb* rijebumotn. goaraaUe* & < Lorn and I. Depot,oa Baiurdjy, Jua Ia67 Bales lu* sani UJj-d, .11I 1'. .._ &h. .04.rtIltr." 1Jv.
,
luuareavartthow, nunf I dekgale* t t II u TlTil .* Ufa-lik* pictur* of tt. t"IDr kubsnd or wife ''I fruh are aoouet rlauucd aud all iieBa l>ald. vU : W4L1U GWHILa04 :.

en la One h I Ufryre te h. to convene to amend knt(10)) article of U>e works- urduty and our a.h of Ibif'applieMI, tuKlU >lta dat* of rl', polUoa rr.b lie ""I:. 4 tost Bbo tfrgt AI" 1'. G. 11... "..
r.b.
.or r. e Constitution of the by aUJin f been tu W Uw** O r .. 4 BUKW KHlUa, 15 llit11. .
mD imparted i-f
D Mo* o t wM M I the bUt 0 l"o.( ) article, b U U> ue leading trutt 4. TkUBO f;. ;oc. t Juaca Water Bulk els,
te t and were dpp& I flwig the& ALly\ shall have Lrd to crown with mcun* tUe et I e are I liuoibui", .thousand* of Icsllmoalal* caassMrt. c. Oa cs. ( set Iron Hu
$ ottJ t Ge Imuiuit ta the couiin J af HkirwUlaiAdwIin desUtd a tcr- ly.I.. coll Hop,
? .1o geoeratto
and aptll. power to ntme adali lam I a*may mwj t c U ItbUL Bait. liIVE IIIJNDRltD "L'oUKL Of COKM uo

'tie men.men to leave the The aIW"f be Cunaidenal n\ such a IY"km tr u&, t lueuUl ktofts, ,hicti in Thy provl- &l
'com*D wlk-a IL cf.DIM te I u Sd. throughout the bute. dJ. hat* boti conlerred II u.and .'pray ."I I"qr&U J>> cDij a lm lk yorsaleb* E BIUO' SW Kecs N.la! UUO 10 1I"1e.biukcU u.Oat. t lI.ood from Baltimore,
.llelD 1 buses Water,
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M urUtcland* will D L t. Wt. I Moved that a committee be apl wbta* Thee, to iu {*ire t Uu* bute .ith fr. 0 In..oUposiUooBiJ sod II.U 1.7. 61 -r boles Cucjfrta Cullun Cuds. 10 tola. Caineni

une I WYLue more subject, duty I to lur M cm"lalD. ad clulag cents 1 boa bebool Books cask* Dumdj liaoi
say (t bt I b L-tu such earnot b kclgir. cw SPILLERHAS ,
4. r. BriLLn.
yoawlllnedv .
'Officientfrtheday,4c. tamped ad4 t I"D.el. I bos dundrioa.KTnuik
npon of
t RbI" a fjtifia, brought witliln tLeir *uch Cxih'Ud lur e.veo. I April*11id1. "
._ Iu.h and to C Sh b I ,I..sad t".r lafonuaUoa by r*. IhU d y uads a..11 ky wultk tw .
Tuu detractive recuuunend t L it*adop t acqwreiueul U know e. that UKy may attain I tori &i AU eommonl Uon* sacredly cooBdctUL *- Mnlcma a. sappUiEd at lowut 1 box of ftuda.By N4tL' .
I a nr t tion aucb. sysfem Ute shall, after and I rate*. H. *U1 eude keep aad de order of lb* Bupcrluleadcul. '
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much higher degree intelligence 'PII.
on ult. a A4d ecafldr'-t*, m T -
Te hv tome careful u J .D' E U, r la ciutliucrs,fr of cluri*, r. B. PAPT. KEGS .
to U the Lent 'say 0 O A Mouil Ha Nail*. 8bot Po d and
CII &itD iJI Uj the 11tp& I ap I moral eiceUettce U aa .wimlve*have ever atUiued. to., f. O. Bo< ta, UadabB.!!. T lb
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Rlitvrt Fbiiitwn kelley nit
I The .tlvblle IoI.Thin .
jrrrlll Hmllh'i ? peech.We good to ourselves to our common country. If ."or. IVrry ftNdon-tCtlofl. a Republican organ I have' read] w itli attention (tho commlcatlon of The Montgrnni-ry Mail, cf Sunday tiL""'"'

: f"nHtthl!! lorifcian.TALLAHASSEE print rl 1"wlrr, /firh| from this, gentleman we cannot tnnke, we can at]least nn4/ji, and thus We printed on Friday an article from the lias Albany the follow Rrtning log ". on the InnllAr your correspondent" D," In your last lue Het has the follow tag about the Kf.i.l.fcv '-

!! !! delivered In Hirlimoml' to a m'1.tnA of lie enabled to construct .goodly A fabric out of (111.lonerr*, comballing (lie Views of Oovc-r- missions, of the Radical orators: earnest, and doubtless honest, In expressing lila on the preceding day t '"lv

= .:L =- Frmlmen. bad and dlJ.r.laht materials the nature of the nor I'Eiinv on the 'question l to how the peopleof conviction and tendering his Yet he Judge
a.vlc Kclley's exhibition .
t Mr. SMith liftS ale ays had the r >pcctof hueSoiijli. case will admit of. It may not b to our liking, South Caroin] should tot In the matter of a IB of IELtE'nltralM crusade)lro:In the Southare makes one admission which turns al his arguments was a disastrous failure. There testerhis W Nn'1

, He w R lirlicved, to h an honest man, but then It will bo far more sightly and acceptable Convention as provided for In the Reconstruction The fruit paInfully manifest / against and complety overthrows twenty whiles and not more titan tam *'*
-.1'-- laboring for the rare, without the hope of than that which would] constructed In Acts. Below, we editorial from that becoming fanbTf'Uaa trm-k t, Rinl.lurJ/mf blmslr This admission Is made In negroes, ntlract.il by curiosity t tn turn '":""In.:
'''8 nrlr b and (111 lit in"nlu, lila main tlt&
II", g'en who tinder
dodged the "
Jlny
I Tnrpdny!! :,'--- fe or r'nr expending hi* money) freely] our absence and without our /Id and counsel. Standard, Slalc* /, the Jru1 on mfcr ,,rrr 11'1 npr The nrgl his third paragraph I quote-" It I"ald, if we" his hat HU speech was table mild at, evident.1"1'Mobile! *""''
f for their asking no re Let us mranby every sacred the same from which \iJI J attn that short (time ago wer 8 /erhehi ,'el'lh. lute Voters ed 1 hh !
nlll'rnll"111< Ihere/re, by /I .lhjct turbulent lmpc"ous (meaning of course the majority of the.w by recent experience In kicking m"11''*'
-- turn. lie Inn, alway* lan different from the duly we owe t our"veln,1) our beloved Sonlh, tin-re li nf difference 1".Inen 11/01 demands..l, are. now The whites manifest ad an unra.111In,1 ( of the State) I do not reorjrnni/c under this When he concluded loud calls atrt flttui'A l, **'*

l' t WI.IXI and the 8rM>tnl"f the North' They (loved all the more for being unf'rtunatedoall ) the .Vw Both pnH| n "pl"I nov, PERBV, and dread of the future which ran only I he explained bill the will. This may b colored people for"Clanton," cinm V'"<

simply nppmnl IR\r\bile be not only c>pxnodit | we can under tho adverse circumstances In agree' In the opinion thai 1111 w Inert for the while bv the fear that they are t In made the ", negroes Ah, Ibis anIIIII.t may lie I May we not people was much learned disappointment dial Gen. Clanton exhibit-,! "i ""*
i the so A Jut K'l"
hit gave his innurg freely for Its deotnirtion' I which we are placed, to promote the common people) of the State t unite In calling the Con subversion viclinu cia of conspiracy their property having and the 11.0hJ.'t destruction! the \ little] stronger, and, My Hits viU b unwell to leave home for two ilnv hml | J"1
and, hcnrc n hue the South looked him ot of those vention. laR I MII Tll
, -- upon asa ] regardless the comments meeting dispersed quietly, and w-ein.il i <
'elrc of their political under Iho I
hnreter.
AGGKTS.' \fully w rung, they at the same time gave him, who, because they cannot get all they walt refuse Although we arc not, in Florida, in the condition Last evening a(large number of blacks met in Organization Is Incvllable. If" we"8heranbel.brr"let do not act, negroes Inspired by the great reuegailc lonicx-ra", "' 8i

.. their In publlihlng the of mirh ofall of our brethren of South the, \ lea s listen to a speech by Judge hellev, of And llits 'Istuht
Th. fullnwlnd art ont tint, nthotl a Agnlf, fur rontrartlnK 1'1 sjicrcli to tako anything, and suffer shipwreck (AI.nA. Mobile( to and w Ill act for us. We" may refuseto yet man, outrageous n* Iu, ,
f for ndyirttilnj mt 1".IIlun, and fwcklnj a 1"" 1 fpeci n, *", tB'llcn' 'In hue' mAin' brealln, their hopes| in conscience. of the, two leading I'RpCI from \ we quote lelm.J'I\ui. His address exciting is character.represented He to I 10)als1"by side w Ilh .a negro," but the negro was at Mobile, talked very sensibly IU ??

and receipting! lofmatitj tat wme: nothing but g'xxl "I to all clawics' at the South Tho day and tho Iour) the present day .nd I Cannot l ho without interest to our |*-opo.] announced that he hot come to discuss the rights nevertheless vote. A new Slate Ooverment on thin following Monday. Perhaps: ls',| -tthatt5! ?

B. C. W.A"TO! A.Co.,8 ammo.1 New Orl.an..I.t -we ran lmmel.I heartily h"/1 our 1..11. the present bOi'. fr them and for The Jfi'rturyMr. says : nfthefrcedmrni I that he meant to speak 8 he ,1 D" consider It" bo- encc elsewhere had had a sensible
ac formed I diet
T.o..SKMoirs, Sflj.:, Montlcello. ,FaOLr..I'1 while A well as A northern paper, ( great unknown future. Each day and each hour PERRY, of
Jo.iiB FCIWM Dmw, ,Jaalrm. Fa. Jt. Y.//".") "hi, h has exerted /I 'Its Influence baa, Its appropriate tank and,] its appropriate duty. f which, considering the experiences would prolect him 1 tll1111 not enough, gus, but II 'HI, notwithstanding', h Sup e at his back. It
United "
Tampa entire do not <
had the army I tken yrA s
he we h
KLT OTTO, B avainah, Oa. to ".In.thin South, nays of him, and his, We a now called upon to act for hit day and of the war,and ihc present t condition of Such an invitation to violence] had Its natural and pose held to ho pArllelall people of Slate, that paper, with an exception or two J.5'

T.P. BLinK MHI mute, Chtrloton' g. C. spent : for ;hour.' Lot us, then, look them sternly in thlng dieting his letter, !Imo might IIPJ effect la a rot, during which firearms were freely and have all Ihe validity which th ourcooperation were drawn most mildly, there Is mniin, BM ,7

|trAd
tlmci will be la..re until fnrbId.t.4vH.dl.g of hint k and hiDe |roplc at Ilrhmonl cm and when we have found out what Ihot necessities harmless effervescence, w e object to ono thing, in severely] s gl'e very important adopt If Mr. Kelley will loL, '
Tin-re Is a dispute as to who began the conflict much mf government, that only continue
Tuesday)', w hich n nf full of l IJnev. arc, let us act t work with all our 1 heart and Mr. IEln1 lettet-anti that 1 Is, the counsel be : but (this is a hat r of comparatively sense I will be as and controls our Is such ,speeches In the South, we are w ,

Matter .1 eirry pngc.4 ,,"'nrp. and contained tirondor Rnd more Illlbr] soul to remedy them. The pant had its day andIts givc i, that thin while race should In South Carolina trilling import. Il' /Ill origin seas the temper nfth the government \llltl shapes sure him against every form of niin to ,
__ intrmmij.m
.- views limn the 1I'I'"el"f any other Northern hour, and our ancestors In their actions were vote against thq cal of a convention; and we t H&iker and the t"/ltlr nf hit f"J. It I. destinies, as though I wo" had made It ourselves. deed, he Is not warmly u u
received
new "d".r... ..... orator now In SuU.. Ho did not AIar the guided by (Iho all-pressing necessities of tlli day object lo this simply IIC81R do not may be a harsh say t nt oe- Under the constitution A formed, under tho laws' result In Atlanta should evt-rj-wi,,. V
tarred i tthnt was drrired-that ultra missionaries prove to him
Attention \ railed to the following new advertisements South' for Its sins / for bringing on Up and hour-and they acted well and wisely. A think, that we cat defeat the cull of the con really intend to provoke the popular outbreaks so made and a
war, "rlr attempting, In some rases, tu runaway their day and hour are lot ours, we cannot yen thou:. as a means of promoting more readily Admit that an organization self. There Is nothing In his upon (urn

-Tax sale] by L. C. DicMii.tr, Tax Collector. front Ihr "'"r/lol term of Congress; their actions as our guide whim we arc called )tr. PCKKV bluiieir, In I previous Idler say% Unit own !hele bu.len of evidence cited, must necessarily contain some ohjCllon'hie mend him to hue Southern past t Immry toe-1,
W. B. PKTTKS but ho blamed the North also fo Iu share in upon to act for our Time necessities nf our that the black pollution in this State are umorenmumiuirommui seems to show such a state of flcl. At all e\'rnll f.aluf. Their number wlU not bo dimlnbhcd penIle, hut, Ilk( "'
Exchange' on New York, by tme bother intended, 1 or not the In which strangers who behave themselves
bringing on the trouble, ami, for (ifs want of magnanimity. day and hour place us on /different, Bland point than th. while, hy sixty thousand. conducted Is well calculatedto ] ,by our standing aloofiunti leaving the negroes ami re |K,, tjut
this being
& crusade ofotluers ime will be
,. Though tinder, the constitution those In their day and hour' they were Irco agent and Dellc the womei, anti, i hildren, and this, will these effects. and loyalists to mould It as they please. rights secure from lumn ,

: CoItlno Tuning and !Impairing, by J. PowEt.t. who look l purl In fighting Rgaloxt the, government therelore wer not cramped, In their operations; give about fifteen thousand volll Fftccn llious- .JuI produce 1 Kelley has spoken now at New Orleans It is Idle to Insist thai "we"shall not "adopt" even disrespect We annex his remark* to u,,

.Odd Fellows' Notice.KrfKorlnl and Is of black voter and, at Mobile. In bolh plare outbreaks have the distasteful of the military bill, negro portion of his Atlanta audience:
Lodge are tnllor tolly,11 saul lie "'RI I averse to we, on the contrary, arc not free and can therefore, the :niajuiity *- requirements
t ngent The time phritameMhim
;_- -- h.ll; 1.eonntrymen(thin A"utlrrf)go don n not line our pleasure In what we our forefathers Now, suppose the"tulLe population votes againsta followed aff'irrfl his Apllamnc.vhrnrer| beenui'tlg'stid p-o pnd legalize" them and put tem Into our Addressing Iho freedmen present, |hue a.ktd

llrevlllr*. posterity stigmatized as traitors. this before us, (they would consult the exigencies convention-Is It likely that n portion of this In Iihlond.lAt wlr IJlr'I./lr aShu." 'State Constitution and laws," when all this can plies what the Is liberty right to f labor Freedom for,yourselves said hue, situllIF,.[.. T iii

We fallwl 1 t.> g"'t AlY Savannah or Aitguiln' pa- strife had, advanced, to a great civil 'nr. with a ol Iho day and hour and do as wo are boundto fifteen thousand majority, will reach the polls? setts zealot, I'11wa.d. tho negroes w and will h
|I"'I hy theiiinllyc t.rdny,which "'I nccfiiml for ilffnrtn government and carrying on war as an do-that Is, do the best we can t meet the If It docs, the convention will be clle,1, The take by force, found it WI.! dcnlixl to station them a Gen.regi co-operation 8 with it It does not relieve you of the obligation psjTnetii to wilT

I the lack of'1'ilc telegraphic newt. Independent, Power, they were no longer traitors.Ho requirements and tIme necessities of the present relative lrenglh of the white and population 11"11,11,1 heart of (nlll'.nr restrain them I D," has a great repugnance to sending test for all men have to work. It means that

The cleanier AHi
at Kt. Mlrk.1" New O.llnl yentrrdny, \1th IlegIAto. The North ho, would day, was un- this broad, principle, and, accepting tho situation we will belter understand thin real state of Die df'lon.lml"nl on a recent vrnlnj that he would was I negroes and IOJ.alsl..lf( left to t"em"elvII, elect Thin speaker here used this illustrationHe

9 Ick corn, lOlingalwadabaeon, wunc flour / miionstbhlty| with the South for like wise men, do Iho best we can. And whatIs C I,"( HIP d'llr slrecls if they w hUt did grapechot." he At the any other than "tt oath men," In the very vaa walking arm in arm with another gentle

and other freight for this place. the Into war." After shaking of Blavrr as the that best-what Is that duty? I Is to register To us 'It apcnrs| certain, that /portion of these meeting seeP on Mondaybothu Judge Underwood and worst "ns of the term T There are len, (such flue:. Suddenly the gentleman withdrew lw j

Wer obliged to .the .Captain for late New cause of the war, and the North being equally our namel 8 that we may b prepr to Voteat fl.teeu thou'nc voters will reach the polls, If (the Mr. Oreeley dovolrd themsvP] principally to 8 Gov. Marvfu for example) who can lake time compuilon arm and slopped.was using On his turning cano to he turn perceived la

Orleans paper*. guilty with the South for rMnhllithing and maintaining Il that may b J when vhile npM| >ws A convention I and a convention nrgunwlll. dissuading the negroes from turbu tcl oath, but would gladly see It repealed t who, which ho did by A sudden motion of a his gold cW h,

HKSI-I.T or I Fnoi.ic.-Home Iliac hmt. week, ; that Institution, bo added, we of the these elections are h.1 wo may b prepared to will lie c/lcl And II a convention Is Illh.cIIY There are ominous portents In such events If admitted to sat In Cong would urge and tossing thn bug l If the air which, when it toad!

t /boy, tho son of a well known colored man North n.np far more gnin from shivery than vote for thoso who wi bt carry out our wishes such a of flue race at the poll, 1'llot Iheso. They Indicate a danger which hI long 8 vote for, Its ral negroes and loyalist ed the earth did so on its legs. "There said tin

named' MARION, was drowned In the Del Air I you but held the cow-wo milked It." In llio great drama 1 about being acted o.i that very antagonism which Mr. PMUIV so strong- been pronounced Inevitable 8 a result of enfranchising would lot fleet such men. Their appninters other gentleman bug of,"now you kind.can" travel as well M nr
lie said that bo, wa not advocate of clinnVation ly lie put Into full operation f The the block, but from which there was would no doubt Interested In maintain your
t r 1'011 It accin that In freak of ininclitef ho an tho (Kilitlcal stage' not only of thin State but of c'pfnll delivered. h men Now, my colored friends, by being cninnri .
had been
and, advliwd the black not to attk for It, hut Union.Let first ( is to on this and reason to hox| the country safely the test oath. The whole therefore ted |
(caught a cow by the tall and drove her into the, tho clelol b het question; Cnmcl lo Its bitter end, the ultra campaign Ing argument, you are simply pat upon your legs, ana t'n
pond. I II supposed; that aa the animal reni'lied to seek homes by their, honcut earning. 1r / us not bo deterred from doing our duty by< If I Ilvl.lol arise upon plrll'lll't be foi.ucd, now Initiated can result in nothing less of" D's" second paragraph lies with tremendous have as good a chance In the world as any Uiuof

deep water ho was injured In some Hcrlorts- would al-w relieve the Hoiilli for half a dozen the fear that after al we have dono In carrylnfnut and (Hici' .ult secured all the after.IIW.of terrible than a conflict of mC. No greater foes force against taking lib advice.By your kind. You must hoe your own row-rug
must not In idleness
way Indulge
years from dlr1t federal to enable the peo- (Iho bill ( Radicals will fail to reconstruction, by its oT the real liberty and true happiness of the blacksexist an active, earnest In the i you would I be V
ly, as he never rime after living drawn under, I tIXI'1 8 f comply, operations. than under whose taking part proceedings true to yourselves, and ungrateful toyourMaku
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His boily was recovered In a hor time after the I pin to recover something of their former, proA- with their promises Implied and expressed I then, the whIte race united, cannot prevent, counsels they thOextmlMI are resorting to riot and violence.As ,. under the re-construction alt,we" may Sec how well you can do. Work, save monrj

occurrence In eight feet water.nowztEn.Ou .' l'rily. CiHigresn' he Raid, nliould:], have, approprlatixl bury (Hits hatchet, tko us back In the Union /ni< ofa convention In South Carolina-what thin Republican party hopes for a future, It ameliorate our condition somewhat We" may and buy land. But above all try to cml vov

ten or twenty millions of dollars to that thenceforth live In peace and concord with us.- use can there h In their assuming an altilude of must make haste t relive Itself from responsibility make tho organization (which we cannot prevent children to school-educate them. But: if'rog'
Friday IRt Coroner J. C, suffering land. How mich broad and liberal It Is To us, It that for thin act the breeders of and less less "rotten" cannot do thai, be sure to make them work, ,, ,
MAT held an on of 1.lorOI possible they may act with al tho bad faitl organized' /nlgnl.m' apiciin| I preachers of confiscation. nol ) objectionable, than It let them grow up In Idleness. Work to wcuy
Inquest
by I view contrast with thin narrow and Illiberal policy wo know Ihey aro capable ; we have firs wi lie fur t endeavor, to keep otherwise would bo. Will we" b wise In refusing and keep the good will of tho white folks amon;
man tonnd In Lake From thq testimony o There Is 'In these facts lesson of Importance -
a
J'Ck80. 1 1 of Congress In tulnJ tho productions of thin to do our duty, and If after we 'have, done so the two races together In harmony)' with cuch deepest to do Ihb f "D" will probably answer whom you have grown up, and who are vntr
It to ROBERT MATH who had been Ihe. to the of this North and
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proved b South, at a lima whel they most need assistance I should fail to do theirs, the other by acting If wo In this effort people country, Yes. He seems think that the rotten, friends. Do your duty, cultivate kindly relation
missing since the previous Tuesday, on which cons'tuencel wi I tOter. fi South. To tho men of the, South It should teach t /or and lie considerate toward those who once itt.
How different Is this speech| of Gerrll Smith to on their own head, both with God and mAn.- through the 'influence of Northern i-mNia- the more oppressive the new organization the
talned other relations
bo had tlio Lake In cockleshell toward Anti tiuunkto
day gone fluhiug on a : forljcaronco tu the utmost extent. Let these I you. ;
of ft boat and being caught' In tho severe tI1 threatening and l.r partisan niceclics| "e 'We nt least will have the consoling rcflccllin rim, and the hostility of tha hlll.k 'pll1llon-he: Radical emissaries speak. The right of free better, so we" do not glye oursnnctlon. It friends near him on the platform, he nlil..yea

blow which occurred that Wlln. KI'lylld Home other Northern orut. that we have done all we can to avert the cvls 'it so. On them, will b the fearful oiisihility| : will fLI t piece*" (he saysi') of Its own rotten I strength U our strength, our power, and h liy yea
on day, was Is of the of
I supposed .I the South I We think Gcrrlt that are Incident to a disturbed end unscttkd of the counll"eoeel which will ensue. The speech ole proudest privilege our ness. But dins D know how long the rottenness i riches we are enriched. Look for worth ui,|
Ills boat and ho was drowned. wlll.llllal't the InlclUyrncer but If I merit In those whom Providence hm
The calze dral of good wl'r bo to follow .IIlr state of tho country, and leave Him that dodh whole population, white and black, voting for n In.llullonl nays N"w 'Is to continue before hue organization I and It. ]plietui
t
body back among
warn greatly disfigured-the fRo, this la carried to a to Incite riots, or you encourage
and other parts being oaten It (f thniugliout the Hoiitli, and wo recommend all things wisely and to their own countryman! convention, the organization of parties,will I truly point I I falls to piece T" Meanwhile, who Is to endure In conclusion he congratulated bis lionrm rt
making to breed disturbances nf the let the officers
away him to do NO.Tb. the punishment of those who have broken thilrplightud arise, on the election of Ilel.gAlclo the convention. |peace the stench f the new and brighter era opening up lo the gmi
difficult t Identify It The witnesses, however, .. nf thin law,whether military nr civil, Intervene, and grand nation. He remarked that tlic
here will ba ft better field for thoraces I prnpl
faith and tho Into cannot the
plunged keeping see of hi allusion Maryland
who knew him well, and had been In the habit Hour ... Day. country and make the culprit] amenable for his Il ou.dllL aptness to of the South thought they of the North ilii! sstiffer.
of flaking with him were The boat rhinos and contion. k'Jetber. The c/nlllalf( ,1 have their ] Kentucky and Missouri. Their situation But we weresadly mistaken. Not .
pilve The hour and the day I tho stern .. t Tho people of the South have had much
found aye /ldln. .e.Vl.rId personal Inluenco ; al thin 1"111111101 was not precisely tho same our Nor can I al household In thin North but had a vacant tied
bottom
Wi arw.rd. up. exorable with all its horrible realities I I. to bear since their announcement uf a determination .
pn'nt n r I.vaId.. having voted with thin black, for a cOlvelUII. see how our State to become In the family circle. Hundreds of thousand-cf
AM EXEI.LEN 0I I"IKCAT.-Nu1 t keepIng > \lln u* Ald uv welghlnJ us down like Two of Invalid ('Hays' the Jacksonville will h In a bettor position t Influence (hem.- t submit t thin regulations Imposed upon by our suffering 1 It "eolsrntv.The lives were lost; and hundreds of millions of tn*

th Ixnly clean, fur the purpown of health as the Incubus of the night whel ".I7rl the unfortunate Uni"clM) come'to Florida for sanitary purxios | i By a proper energy on tliff part on the purl" of Ihu them for their readmlsslon Ulo Iho Union tiiey Sherman fri bill t b"r
_11 comfort, Is the atinoHphvra.we we 'overpowers Its tvrrl- far advanced In white have little doubt had blindly and Inconsiderately] abandoned, but dl.fncbl t"U"r"
kl'IIIJ Ileepr. Ihnlh -nne, pulinonlc or hcialicdiitease | 11'1111llou. we Unit a and loyalist, Ifleft to the agonizing throes of the second birth. .W
breatho I"r aniiind us. (' this Utter purpow, blu emhrc ald 1 paralyze his every nerve who remain during Iho winter months, (onI'nallvo 10nYntoD can b el."lell We there I need now for more forbearance than, ever. ngr How themllv.wo" "I now, the mother-the nation-looked with fnit

we have been t.1 by a friend that co|>era. dbt- that he U utterly unable t move hand or limb- cxix-rleiiro considerable alleviation .) f''ll In beg leave, however, t say, that we are by not These emlrlf of the Radical factionists w ho probably( dl.fchls, a out are State Constitution t regain --, upon her offspring, as In natural life (the motto
by our for
solved In watur-one pound alxiul three gal to rescue himself from the dangers March, are sent among to stir up and disorders power was compensated all her unullcrabla s'r t
t Iuiximling| or to encounter the tlmwlng t mean satisfied I,that the conscqucncctof the milllary tle roll from
Al'rl "elk. all participation in the control of local by the sweet smile of the new born )HIK>. Lu
t lons.-siirlnklctl lllxTally alMiut damp ", relInra which are conlnrod by lib fevered dreams. cannot the Southern people themselves >
placex up and freezing spring, north of the thlrty-oUth\ act so forcibly del.lcte by Mr. PKIIIIV will or national through pain wo came Into earthly extort.,
privies, drains, tc., Is a mOt excellent disinfectant Tho sleeper affake with a sudden It art and In nlli'l, where, In mOt cnsc.,Ix'fore the, season end, occur, even If the block should control will avoid any collision with them and D" that 1"lf'"to I I" Infamous. and through sickness and pain we pas throtui

and 1 far superior| tu lime In every redpeel. overjoyed to find that it was a dream .1" that hoI they dlo. Other lleulng from tho Insidious dc I for a time the State, We have not tliu least hold themselves aloof from petty squabbles au"11.lurhlnc ." says desert our friends the portals of death to a glorious Inimorlaliiy, N

It Is 11 t b equal Darby's P"'phyhlc I I. safe and happy In bin own quiet lied. But, their fauilllc and nettle] that they will rule Ihu w lute at political Tho coursepursued .True, but I Is I not ob-Iln., that If we the nation, through tribulation and blond, pasts
.1..I.r. bring I.r lr- apprehension populillon. metnj' take his. to and
advice and' donothlng: leave the w hole a more glorious resplcndnnt diliirc.
tic Fluid fr purposes of dcodcrlzallun., We /11 for us t there Is no awakening bright Often must hope of recovery, a )'I'Ir'M rr.III'II'eII That result may hue accomplished 1 by a by the Radical flUolllll to create I war matter m

hOJ It will b faithfully tried I, until our city ran reality to take the place of visionary |K>wcn of this remarkable climate change the h"hll ofIhu Klatdlug anuy of Iho \thile rae In South ('lrlllll; nf races, and, possible, make a St. Domingo of framing and administering "our State DAMAGED CORK.-Alluding to tho evtcn-lrt
Government
b'1t that it U unlike out 11'ltlul'by, a favorite the night Our b the item, the actual reality of ( system, health n'llrn.1.1 he "I lii," At the but nogrncs, In no form or 11111'rHml: produce it tho South R an excuse for more stringent Con i sert" not to "lo'aI8t,and" nrg we "tc swindling that ha been carried on time pnwn!

author, who eomplulnixt that It emitted '15 the living day, when the mind-tho .r.III. outset ,.lev. hula life woubl. ebb away finds, hn A terrible state of tiling, may be produced by gn.lonal/Nlon. Is already meeting with reproofamong only olr" fen f season by dealers In this article, It Mug shuippch| I

...w.l.drul'uOciwlve KVIIU. the wMo..wak mind-view. thing .they are, has renewed hi. hold on It \itliout nauseating such an attempt ; hut I will full utterly.)'. Nor lie solid, sensible, right-thinking people] B.COMMCNICATED. Southward na oatttl gr in, ivklla sum ptm-lifcKfft

''We undemtand the man ItAnnis, referred to Iud know anti, feel' that there In no "ecl'Ilol. drug, and that many year of comfort ali enjoyment have we the leant fear, lust a convention ol negroes of the North of all rtf. I tinder (hue Influence [ .R .] have been frequently astonUhed at tho eMenti/:

In last and the aame who addressed tho negro no ell tlt the daumtns which Ilhl are yet before him. In South Carolina "i confiscate the land of(these Radical .lrrr.upof strife the negroes MESdna. EDITORS:Favored others thin sale," and have looked suspiciously >t tk

celebration of the SOth is sllll on every When we look around u* In Ibo Tho Sumiiier.cllmale Is for. tin Ir )>ocomo turllll'nl. let the military oulhori- among railroads to find for
emancipation on Ile. equally a* niHTssry lo of hue ,bite people' iK'neflt or appropriation. with an lo the Concert and ,hoping some cause laying tk
giving vent t his fueling In lengthy haranfiuea broad, llghtnf day] what do we bhol.f I* (hero f'llr an Invalid to health us a winter tliliialu I would "lllr| ton thousand United tIes lie apjK>aled lo. They will not hesItate! to by Prof.Initon on the night of the Bul given at blame on those much-abused Instllulionii, tit

t the colored .people at their aoveral churches In a single cheering vision to greet our benumbed -even moro so, 11,1.11.111. uniform, w Ith nevi r Slate troop* In each lit rid In Iho Slain, to turn afford the protection nlletl If from the nmnlfl'.lnUlnl Quincy, I RIC thought to drop a line lust I Nashville Kiuntr say that due maniifri of lit

)the city.' He "plf to b very cioluus In his uuiintls--ut single streak of light that |>oint* to Ibo too great beat to produce exhaustion. The Atlantic Ibo while population nut ,of their homes and to and Incendiary speeches of the Repub.llcan brief account of our trip. you giving a railroads centering at that point, are now um.ing

endeavor to flrmly Otbl.1 In this vicinity the future and bids us hoie| that tilt will b will f- const frol rYrnnnclina' to Capo .'IIrld'Ion' put tll'l; and, after such ft work oralors sent South to teach the negroes to Monday dawned clear and I an Iron Instrument by which a handful: uf an
ngllnt
delight j
> bonor, Integrity ad utility of the Freedmen'i No I we find OIIIY a conlllUrdll'lle| ; our account of uniformity of $l'IIIM'rlha.| steady won al'm"l.hl"\, would have a deplorabla vote the Republican Ikket, n war of races should ful, save one objection and IJRUUfl.thin I may be easily removed front the ceulcr of a sal

Bvlng Bank, of which 'lie 'Is a agent ; and In once proud banner with 'It Ieuenly cross ocean brcczw and absolute rn..I"1 from luliwniatlc tendency to un"1r, wblchI tho t\II'of ensue, le-te Iln.lr of Its Initiation fall upon[ ray ol old Sot I All else wa erene.penetrating Supplied without Injuring the receptacle, smith no corn DOT

bl t accomplish this, he doe not confine no longer floating to Ibo glad breeze and our ehnlllll.l. perhaps (the (most desirublu the United State m.I)' (flI to pi'\nt those w ho have Ix'gun It. with an elegant four-horse coach from the stable I passes, (the condition of which I Is not (Him tiCtuC t !
himself hi* pretended mission but once happy | laud under Iho fur Under. the We look the whole To (the people of(Iho Norlh such occurrences a*
t apparently IlIIr81erouI heel 1 lunimcr residence. Spanish su upon mllir art .un- of M. SINGLETON, after driving about town Several hundred car-load of this danuigi-d tea
endeavor t engender hatred In the minds of the ofa wrakl. lmntcl party, which In the l'I'II'y,81 AiiKiistiiiu a as the Munlpclicr( ofthin 10n.llul.nll. and that all acting and doIngs that at Mobile come with a voice of warning. up the we turned pickIng have been shipped South on thin I.uuUvllle mlNashvlllo

bl toward the white people by using harsh RrAlnc/lol of il* 11111 and hatred know no law SNinish| CUI"III' Large, nuiuU'r camo annually I. must, therefore, 0 temporary, and Free suceu| h-the freest speech-has been tolerated Quincy, the lalle of our face toward and Chattanooga Railroad durlni lit

t Infmmatr language concerning the 'lat but .own lniH.| >rioii. will-no barrier but that from the Wtwt Iiulie 81'mllhcr| summers ultimately absolutely "11.1 Iu taking any part at the South.' The people tbr are earnestly our hearts. eca our hope, the object of season.A .

f tr. of who of our and .echo requirement made upon thorn 'In reference to w..kolthu( uf the rag t.d. that n.'.r knew a Memphis dispatch of the 17th Inat ian -
wo'e come t you sheep'. COI.ILulol forelaLlef' an- than any town In Florida of (the present day, 1 I. Southern Stale arc aciing under military duress, frown

clothing." /iwcrs vhtrtT w 1'0 move and have not kin salubrious ut all seasons of the )year than and will lie only striving, in iho best way they reconstruction urn! rcadmlsslon Into tho l'ulouTIIY And "limb!*of(the lw"uf happy renown; Emerson Etlicrldge, Conservative candilateL2

.H l .* -*" .pur bolng amidst tho clang of arms and under a St Augustine or Fcinaiidiim. The same may 0 can, t shield themselves from Its oppressive W.f.doing thb undisturbed unt Republican And ratty old ., hlu.blUb dorei, Governor spoke In Court Square Ibis inirnh4

Dr. TBOTTIB ha arrived this city and will \iililary goverlllhl( with almost unlimited |mw' aid with 1"llllllflb.r Foil Caproii and Fort evil If ever (Ihe Government of the United fanatics were sent among tem to taunt ali .And Jovial Udilit( In ..b new loves, About 10,000 person were present, among(tbm

addreiw the citizen In b'balofUledL.tlutu widow er over Ildlortun. of every one, and 0,11 Stale become again a frit government, and tho bully them, and stir up strife amongst them, and aboard, making a pleasant and agreeable party. many ladle He was very bluer against Brois-

and orphan of Cnf'drrt 1llll'f. Ho U with no rciiponibilily to law fur Its actions. We The c.I dry ,bid. of Minnesota I Is stimulating, constitution 0 reslured to vitality, thing Incite the fflull to demand right that the It wa about one p. h when we turned our low ; he showed the corruption by w hILL tbi

organizing aid socicUe who will lk charge of have soul, but we dare scarcely)call tb.1 our Imparting vigor to tin1 nysleiu, hit no 111.1j'.ltl'hY8111n done under this act, we Ill'llle. will I\r"1111onL i very people( whom these mccn.ilr speakersrepresent back on home. Arriving in Qulncj-, we haled party sought to retain power. He wa folloiril

supplies and distribute among the needy Ills own ; tongues, but we dole not speak anythingthat would advise I 1"tl'lllo alternate !*- The constitution of a/it yoterHintut dictated iu Congress sturdily deny t the free at the .Wlllard House," where we were received by Gen. W. B. Stokes, who defended Hrownto

I lecture wilwbr a scienlUio h"tr of man I I. disagreeable to the ear of our muter; t1I''nunlll( and, .'I"rhll. If that w Inter by militaty ailhority" is an absurdity. negroes in the North. The only purpose of these by the Quincy boy and welcomed enthusiastcolly !- and the Radical party wllli great warmth lit

.I"I IWlfl.by the .'I.le phrenology. and yet wo are |1".I'lhlo aud pe-iovIng-with climate b tl'IIIIII. so \ill the Hummer lx, antI I will hastiest a* lotg as the mlLr authority I Nurllef"((1'111'1 L to create dilurbncl of the fraternally, sincerely, with open arms-the laid Gens. Grant, Sherman, Thomas anti Skri-

TJopubhie a pfclfully invited t attend a no wish, no desire to Ix at strife with anyone, tbl'r ho should mlle his |H'rmaiu.nt uUxle. On> enforce it, and not a day longer. One of two IKWC. to pnxluce tcton on the part of ladle of the party not By the way dan were Radicals, and they concocted the pn*

&1'tur at the Curl-bou., Wtxlueaduy, thee rnXTlully| w Ith our sinter (!) State of the North the other baud, hour winter* are health giving thing we dl'U t b certain : cither the people the fn.Jnll, and to 'Incite an exhibition of violent WILLABD keeps a No. 1 houi ecepe. attentive, ha emit reconstruction law. Both speakers iJmM

Uilnt aud Wekt Like all brave people, when wo *urrrndered the lummer \ill not prove les, but Iu many of all the Uulted Stale must( remain permanently .Uhl".lt from some white men for the a well-stocked larder, andl ready t'Invigoratethe that the rebels who fought were now qulcUrii-

The Dr. come "'el voucu' for by 11'lk'r and gave up our honored"ami.we did COM more agreeably wi. In the North a clear umW an absolute despotism, -the w bile population Ill'I'ulal' language: uller. The l'mible"I,1 traveler. We will call again next trip. tending to their domestic duties, and Caret!*4

(rum prominent gentlemen. to In good C.ill and with 0') thought or dreamof cold atmosphere Imparts vitality to Invalids,here of South Carolina "i rule the Slate. We (thinking people of Nort of all parties, are The Bull at DIt was a complete success-a Ing for politics. All passed off quiet*

--- breaking our plighted honor. Can our brethren the phosphorescent brcc/esof Ix-giuning lu |crcclve that this U the at superb affair -.s.-
tropical teas restore troubles game -opening with a
JOUR E. HAYEK, Enq., Editor Mil Proprietor may b 1lungI1.1. ,1'\'r.lnllhnml'ns grand promenade, In 1S6S, Massachusetts
of the Bavanuah Vuily JtepuUifan, wo ye.ter. nay they have kept the like good faith H IthuT the loit power of the sj""'1. What .one man's which it U w fete, U endea\orto avoid, and tliU 11'1111 Their f''rC" Ill not b w ithhcld. with music by Ihe Band. The Ladies, Justly $400 to each man, woman produced anti child.an ircnff N ;

day appointed Coiumiiwlouer of the United Stale* Where .are thus promise* that were nmdo to ""MII.IIOIlr'II"'J.I ,". must h our prescpt eIT"rt .hal publish DlrW extract rrllhoT'lnJitll"I"'N. celebrated for their beauty, accomplishments and Carolina never averaged over 100. We tu w

of Claim fur u* soon after thu surrender% -when we were told ..,- '- which may if they r'ch the grace, outshone their usual splendor, and happy wind and wave, and make every drop of"*

Cur Ucrgla... that If we would comply with certain conditionswe .*... Mar*... *r I'lorld... v. the MR. Born A UH I)VMS' BONDSMAN.-J no. S'"lhl'f n.IJ"ul speaker I time, Induce them welcome t the Georgia boy seemed pictured ut contribute Atlanta. to the general wealth.}I'uias v*

The various Uhd Offloe located at St Au- would 0 received bock Into the lnln'- )( ... Minor Blt write* a letter from the Gfand Jury ; tu Ix-licve that their mission b alike unfi>rlunule on every (ieee.

gustine, Newnaunville and Tampa have been. dhv We did comply with every jut and UIII th. 001rlor.Judge .avil. nt present Florida Senator, Into I'rovi.lona Room Circuit Court in Richmond, in reply tllbll'1 U es. tin ir /ullrl. and Uieir parly.WASIH.NUTON And long lingered !the dance, that The d1stlngu1sluedorator also should hare the ad to U*

continued and consolidated In the office In condition, though they wer grievous antI hard opinion thai Ihu majority of the 111't to a note from a friend In Washington, censuring ---- To hOblte,'Il bciutj then I they tax every consumer in

: city, with A. B. BiuNKtAKK Hegkler and to 0 borne; we 11,11 uu renervatlon. Where of( the South would prefer always to live under him for becoming ft Onll,111 fbr Mr. Davi*- I TEM.-The rJor that Secrelary And to hope .might, perchance, black a* well as while, and that they w iiul "P*

MOHUAM Receiver. \ I the plighted faith of those J.bo.r rule over wilL rule, anti without re.r.lltlon In Con Mr. Boll say*, In anew er, that he will not allow Mt( ('ull.mth hcuiu ordered stoppage of pay.nucut A lassie win, her pltjr( "lure. taxing the Federal Treasury when good*ireti

-.a- u*? where the promised return t the luln gr. disabilities tb.1 to liiix come>sed and with universal Union himself to b dictated loin Iheso m.Ue. He additional hountf for the l'r1'nt'as Slii hoping 1'0 retired to dream of Quincy ported manufactured out of cotton on w hkb it"

It I Is lid Guv. IbB'11 of .'Iorldn Senator with all Ihu privilege and Immunities of fLLel suffrage I ; and he thinks|the peace of uciely (there I did everything In (the best interest of the country )'1'1. w ithoiit .' These beatly and gllanll-ucblnte with what we cent a pound lax has been paid bjf the lt"

elect, .been iKTiuilteJ by the 101Iu..ler tlcn- Look aruuud you, and you are I II better preserved by authority of military com and before venturing to become bailsman amount to a million dollar per month. The fact saw, more j pleased with what we heard. and black laborers of the South, the uuuuUi

crud t frank all hla mail matter, M rcgorilixl liii)itt the drum, the gleam of arm awlr., the auprein- n"Odlf than It ever will b.by tho 11,1 aulbnri- fur Jefferson 11,1 be asked Mr. {'bu. O'Couorto is, however,.that iho Trelur'lulxiring under Many were the regrets when homeward faced, mrs getting the three cents Instead of Ito is'

a* dctermiulng the right of the Soul her u cy of thu martial over tho civil law, our empty tics.We inquire of ( cljent if he had any objections I temporary) "lhluent, brought about by the partings sad and deeply impressive. We crnmcnt No wonder MassochuselU gtuW'
find tho above iu
Bute and those who ripresi'ut tlieia iu ajvain;* seatS Iu Cungn'-II. all proclaim in umuistakablo some of our exchange, that lib most determined opponent, his lifo-Iong lie follow ing can- Payment for the last six were in hope that some of the dear one would when the South and the balance of the countr
but it doe not give the
of diagram and the Cur language that we' are still out of the ,view* of Guv. MARVIN. l'Ilnlol.lltllr' political foe, should, in a spirit of harmony aud month on account nf claim arising out of the return with us, but we were sadly taxed for her benefit

Union and tbervlore ouUitle turikinaitt II liol''l conciliation attach his to the I l'ar. bl'e1' largely exceeded the rslimatci dippint
We with u' name bail bOI Long shaH our trip '
copy from the titnttntl th follow lug Rodannouncement "jmblUhcJ an .tr from him the ofTliis The t Quincy b" blglt spot Rsr. HESBY WAD BECCHKB'* new
fulling ntfln
rights anJ no privih'gv* but such as t 1"111 Mr. expressed 1 reluctance but tho of internal revenue In '
; We are Jifply lear our masterichoose Stale, lu "bkh'rl"as uoUilng la,1 no on been r'I'II't bal olenl.lr Peace and lfe'l joy.forever called Norwood t or Village Life in ** &*
l.oo t to allow We have the glorious privilege lvoril& contrary, was rather well pleased with the greater than w as n of *
dupatche have been this U sentiments magnanimity 1"'Ie Tholur It.nd Quincy I ***
t n'le city inch a* are attributed to teer land, written for the New York IM-
: bll CongrtN tu make
of of the otfcr. A short for
taxed anti interview
being that all 1 the certain couliugcucics
announcing the recent death In New York (ruin ".K extract t>u the contrary, be opposed to military folow. 1''J'LioD OSE: or THEM.a. first number of which save appeared i> tl
faith of the Government buried In the I ed, by Mr. Bolt a* being in no wise and the culling dow n of others below I.-

rheumatism of the b.r.of )*. LATHOUK-formerly ( rule, and favors aetiou under the llmrostructlon dl'rlb hat Fbwubrke, Jfe.g 231 1807. unmercifully criticised by the fjatem pl
Mix the (apulets? Aud yet we ate' l peaceable aud compromising t the dignity, ol either 1 w'lly U'"l. I.expected that the .
LII GAUBLK.of this city. It the wisest course to party. which have heretofore been his conrUint atha'5
.I b pursued ---- monthly of
u often lay his quiet, palieut and long MilTering. We )yearn for the of the South. Uo,. MAUVIN .II.t'nl te public debt for some FlEE SPEEI WITH A RADICAL LSTERPBETATIOS. do
no t tu Urlltl..toyc icy restoration nf by people hold }'tUU' luuao.u1New York pajier (mouth to counts Ill One of them at Bangor, Maine, come
a our marked
once Union and
baud upon &earthly object o beautiful-a clr. comes nut bll'1Y I that these bill are uneonitituttonal, but I there slates (that a effoit I Is on foot and I ill b pnmijin while the coin and "Iwa interest'will Inra .-The Pharisees, says the Philadelphia him thus spItefully ; '
after lovely-no uiiitenally UloveJ."JufLAUa of the currency make a .l9i', are decidedly hi favor of fre*speech, S' 1 are uu speedy letting the next to establish already
IIUI'.liolld Cougrtw through the aid heavy draft the The Reverend writer has
fund
'he hour and Ihu day I fled m" on in the vault
they u* of tbTt'Iur when '
the
-- gro"ullg I them set be alt lots submission of. Slate And local Governments, lines of \ Radical are on the stump, but the we think, that novel writing i Is not his*'"'
, WK I VK"/T Jn* I" u under luutiary: despotism ; our Ubur I j stem *odly 'cLII& n u.with the hope that theiiudtiw 'I"er.for the oi freights same shoe doe not fit when ft Southern "copperhead having contracted with the shrewd B.na
I carrying
alone -
: table, a table of content duorgaiiized; our heart 't''LII and our Ihel lun'won" say ala -.s.- so yard week, be is cowl*" ,
f wit t-mbriidhg *uuject : attempt to his sentiments. many per
of the ] will enable to express
people a\ert the of about mile *
J every varivty. field I desolate I our he.1 Nu bright | ) peed eight per hour.U parties A qrEniox or CAST 1!!On ycstc-reiuty, suits The Pies out From the specimen in the la l -I..Iv ,
bOle which threaten to the yesterday announced that a Northern *"
F This ha attained front illumine our |*tU-wo <. ami Met it .ngcms they peace and and Cffl It i I l'rlld shall own the Charlestirti .Vrmir. of Ihe two judge that hula novel w ill be appro1"} ?
monthly rank
a iu llw showily tiu
, 18tl. nun or other man for decided J
aijr
: o order of society.WALUVSHA. their I speaking freedom by the the article U
Igiod 8tern pay rood dresMHl colored yard-a*
; Ii of the (time and With all this hoed of hopeless misery-with the 1.0 C tol' run attended by a black bAdhttk'to '
South servant In
prlltrtur ; a*a The the South, must be beard, no matter what dry good* line thu (met. JtecUer
over. Government
I broken faith of the (ioveruinent looming The -ti 'i b urged t aid in woman, gut into street railway cars,and ojiuc U> ****' I
I
J heartily 'tl'ud II to up b Calfmit give us Ut the building of hd coal I upon I be says, or bow be lay it? But the speaking bu pulpit and leave t>
"i- our people a* I every way worthy of their sup I fore u from the pat-we are again called upon lml statement about "Wairussiut"! (a good name the a t te The r -on.lo .up entering,one of the girls o.I..J the .maunia" I must be for "freedom which mean the Radical ci* Train, and New York Ledger sunt.t"1niuCobb.
ply jib coaL
i port' A* our rr know, It U edited by Gen. t act; again I place reliance lu the promise ruiHigh by the way) a f'olbl Uupression l>the atTain think navy that w projector of to stay on the 1.IIIIn A. few minute afterwards I doctrine-Ihe Congressional usurpationbeplatform .
( enterprise would
.D.ILULJ.L .Uo I of those w ho have heretofore signally and value uf the the a cheap I IItl the conductor the" ,
1 0 t ufL"eht Army, U I 1 krrillr..1.I 0 by ( The freight twenty-five or and aPlfbl ntaum ol Garrison, Phillip' Sumner, Butlerand COTTOS'T
I I: making. 1 a periodical second to Ui'ue littLe fatally abused our bill coufldeace. 111 SUKKMAStMiElAAiuuam Aleutian LI'' are, it say, rich iu furs and OH MenJs nearly a* thirty a)( ( cent: ,*be uU I. declined requested, her to Ilb Ilt inside, but she I Kelly t If any man, however,oppose those cannot raise cotton,especially on afluvin
before saying "Ob.
and "vln
I country. u* tti*>n uaIt probably)' The know StPaul l Lr bless ma**. JJW-"*
1. ln l.lL 11. I 'cheapening I missus 0 no I "jtalimeuU, and advocate the principle Nevertheless, the Baton Rouge
4t )t:. Joan It Di'Bout b the agent I this city. protl'iun* are too oipU I prove acceptable anti St UMXge, otl l blor 1'\ll l.vl I a cheaper transit a prUl'lloD through would'nriow I. The conductor tken I of constitutional euyernment, the Pharisee l6thssys .
to politely informed
but the
we are not free
any fn'IIII., a people been a source of inaunu that she '
r :' {tKMOVAL* BT TUB aud have f.'rl yt. \r _... I ride on the could not I immediately set up a terrible bowl, anti A friend in this pariah, not being
I''II
)IIIAB'-I'U | hW no right income platform and
th\llol t to f"i"iuU to Ihe Company. One "
b UUn-.nlertn I WhHIS01X lw.-TbeWI'lwm. Jut Lk. seat t inside. free speech 1* at once trampled hi the cure freedmen last spring, set W0., ,r
brdtr dust-
stating thai w .An luviit- iu the la have whereupon she re
iw t\r mll"r. f.t we no choice In the hundred thousand fur seal skin lmatiu lawn imported of the Enquirer uv. sat her How long will the own boy and one w Lite man, and tIn
Tin nation
Ihllt be
tt by a ofcr, having revealed matter; w. are compelled t act, orwhaths tar thence The I'C p.nd'nt (1'inat colored sister, who appeared quite deceived by the a crop of thirty bale of coilon.
of the General' that
per anum .o. l".uoaL dutkr Attorney opinion i is already 1- lo.'luUt hallow sophistry of these
that there ba been uegltvt ot tin.tyonthepartoWm.AyeuekSherilY Ittt/tktriaftfor There b bUck miserable charlatans? We would like to know where '
&e C& gl n 0 no escape (la w w birb figure* one the fol ride side a-
and Au- no* inactivity will here. o I (0 jiotiCauiplit11' known los t-w. l1 here I will en "ilh" iol b al.e t by side -asa ba done better. And w e know hunJrt" ?
masterly answer l we ,'uIllnl.) w itlt the other isUndsof timely up*,.t the arbitrary aud unju titUbkacbof The 4&J CaliforHit tell the thousand white men who have 5 <
fOMtti Fkl Dt-puty Sh\r o Bartuw cuun- oo to the polls, those who have uur the by alruiwo, Central following glory : their lives in the at farm or otimerhu,,
Ire
C Do hauol.
I \.Ull group a th lie matter ut" "AWChung, a* hi* name imports swamp
iutertl-riuj b
.17, ti c e 'I" and at heart will go there and vole and act wbtsjtf skin and bone are valuable article. of; I i 'r.,1 thee Brow nW. ai.ttr tn Tennessee the a native of and have only ceased because they F"towisntowork.

loyal uefl bn Ulle to secure Jutce without Do thebeutae can a the polU, iu Untile The lishcrie so far u know n among: wit t'I'U. people incases w lure- the D1 l present pattern of Rluvkikept Flowery Kingdom. lleUananilifnomean Sickly men, *""*
a obstruction I
no to tic distinction. theC
connivance the Convention that b I t r UoH'on- I rule the He ha been, for some tune especially such a* have laiines UI
their they to held and ebe here the Chouiuagin and The at Out at all past, a
& nu- a b group I Url'l Bay. grass; example, the deposing of Slt encoaragtng lie resident California For the latter class would pr
the and i we
.c h
| so well
and things will bad but the pleased with
enough ; they w ill tra4e in fun the lVl continual
bb1 d. b b etc., along coast Silka i ( 8Lt I tread-mat
I f. and appointing Jldican partial
Gow of Cartrnvllk, henbyppoUtcd infinitely won we refrain front all participation would I.but swift, wlule 1',1 |1" Uit I .ote. o., t tu.- : is more strife, more 'lllf 8d eol"u There In nina' that be w ant to become an adop ____-___.5------ F
tt 0"\1 municipal and State otfiPm k security ted broiher. *
'. ; ad Aaron ('o., D>j>utySiierUf. b) the m.ttr. and leave it to other t mould f I the Island u Kodiak, It 'unit simply tiepend obstructing o the law the a h a t-rc I. Teuuesu.ut. tu-iay than in Other State the plied Accordingly be, this morning ap The tax on the people of England "
to
I ao ; prohibition Hoffman
uf riti- ) I Judge to be made
of Bartov and shape Constitution according their country. There'ha a citizen. Church .
ot.Ga ou t upon a sucwWul rouipviiiiou w itlt thesmugglers i I froni been continual scene port of the Established ctj'i -
because lD The
sitting *
J own prejudice/ Action OB the 8 8 bill :u w ho a abvady upon the ground. In'i : leo lake the a Ju they can'ti tnrtaoil there ever since bis aud 0 question *4 to his eligibility I is t novel one. oujos year. AU disinter, as tlw mu5Ba&tti.ls
iron-clad "All
i oath etc. In j free
I '' .. 1. KOTM Wiuity uOuulurak Pas and off UM prninnulatf | fivt of the General' b.r.( .ef- '.It hi, >ll compkte IUgnD. I, wbite male cttizeni of the age of twen- anti Cutigrrgikeeista.W

h Dn., FZAtkZDLLX JOB Oxru-e, and thmfoit o laying at home and refusingto Alaska good tithing ground Late Uvn i | that commanders Attorney mala* .i tie I a brancheuf the p.erhL I' ty-oce Bui year and upward are certamly eligible, Uii* tax, and then pay ftUo(br the*' *

ft Jul I3ZLL HftT, Bi.azu AKD BLA&C the coming eventful change InCu' found, aud. the volt-anlc nature the island> 'II t are I the bordeiu Jf and aij the pttruilsge.-L. fiftwt-thousand of .I ImiUiia w hethertlie Mongolian rice can Jiutly chum i 1 ow n tomi of religion. The BritWi !'5J-

,; any style, printed pvle1 and w Uh the I skirting the u a mt Ivmt.I Bgnt a* pabl and tote under h .| to be claai.edw-jthwhueij, i is controverted Is cotuj- .
.. Ju 0 ab I I o rl I coast prumisc well the development kr only absolutely In ana &the national expense, to'et point ,, denomiuaiioually jrlewed. ?
Judge Huffman
civil aiuiiuistiationofalfiiiT -
a J,!dpl general government will result I'anything bu I P tUiir uiuural resource I *. 1 t h"U Row do 0 laboring nice hike stUdy* civU Right bill tct counsel to work to : hundred and tventy-four CturdiuuJ1j *
working and tae law A
UI t pay BKwuWw' army t etc the casey bearing j I Catholics and lortyHwo disinter
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A I''JutF II1000RAJ'nt, OF .'tOE ILLVSTRIOtSrBu'ocEfl. UN Speech In Ihe AfUcnti tlinr-cli- VARIETY STORE. ;

Advice to she "'red.ef. -- 1>\virtue of the .nthorItv vested In me bylaw,
Davie la now welt advanced In his fifty [ WAShINGToN.ArroltTMr.1v I> will *ell, on Wcdnesdsy. the 2th
W ')" born July 8 1808. lIe Mr. Smith asked if the audience needed any. FRo 15(17) fur the Slato,County and Kiilroad AUII8.
ninth?ear'of{"chrfstiw (now Toduycounty.'Kcn-) thins alter having heard the candid adilrcisof or ttTEn tnEAstngn- thereon for the year 1II"e folo.lnl Town 101 --- ( I
b* n ''soon after )his birth )his father, wl.o) was Mr.mor Greclcy. (Cries of "On on.") Jlr. Smith SENATOR W1LQO't'UT S situated In the city( of :
lucVLr of the revolution-one of the rebels off mid that coming here he had no idea of making RET- Lots .VI and 57 old Dan. 'V
Mississippi$, where the son re- but If he could fay anything that Lots No. 07. 3.itoti, 810, 81 and 311 old Plan.
:remoVed to Ipeehe WAWHSOTOX f 23. John Walton To be taxes thereon
>T the ordinary academical education precc could countrymen to a better Ilder. May a 1msliwn aforesaid. for 1"1. I NEW GOODSAND

'vcd to a higher course at Transylvania Col- standing of each other, ho would, Indeed be hap IPlolntl'l .\"ttant I'nltnl States TrcBiurcr I 1.. C. PFM1LLT.

f PW tory Kentucky: from which institution he wns py to address them. at NeW Tax Collector Leon coanty. I) .\ ,
'!ee Werwd to west Point in 1824, where hew The speaker then quoted the words of ou Savior Senator Wilson has arrived, and North. Miy 28. 1SU7 T3-8I1IW_ (both. ,
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inaied in 1828. Entering the army as flrv'teofld Little children, love one another and lie gone 4i :. haiiits, will
'"" I Lieut, he remained in the service seven mid that love would be the fulfilling of the law. speaks warmly of the general courtesy show
For gallant conduct In the Black Hawk Th whole earth wa the Image of God, antI him. Purchased since the Great Decline NEW PRICES !

yeT.be i was promoted to First Lieutenant of God is love. The ill felng.that had ul tedbetween luther in print 1 persists In the rh"r of iloulit-
WftC his In 1833 he be- the North South hail been ,.
On resignation .
dragoon A !collOn! planter In Mississippi, living In mothered, but were not yet etnguished. low filfet West('Iglr,1ng Booth's IU"r 11,1 in purlUming IN PRICES !tAXI Ha

callie till 843 when he began 10 take an were the North and South t cme \1rinlt (Irtrn lie daimas, to -.-

reliremeut PMt In politics. His first office was that Love f Let each party upon its duties honestly have originll'IIllsdf, the faniotis phrase.''!?.!- TO.DAY UECEtVKD: UY
actil'e PreidCflt Elector In 1844 when bla vote and faithfully, and we would be rich in [
tlIj.

of asciit for Polk and ballaa. l'jj 1843.that anpear'WhIle love.He Southern WA IH>OTO\ May[ 33.-Hoti. A. UMillo, of I \\1F ARE RECEIVING OOO1W WHICH WF.
December
In CongteM wee In complained of the people that I W. R. Wilson & Bro can sell to any perf on hnlf disposed to buy. :
once congre. the trst regiment of )liaIssIppIvoliiflta they did not, In popular phraseology accept Ohio I
In recruited for the war with Mexico, the situation." They were a conquered people, conitncnrf on Monday[ ( Uinglmni --.-
bhn their Clonel lie promptly acclt.Cllhe and were bound In fairness to admit it. I was no lint IWtt I'ongrrwinnn
elected (to i .
PoeI and for the lat of hos. disgrace to those who had fought so and 1..Illhc praNrrtittnn.Inti .\UCOE8, BLEACHED !1ITISHI. HEll: .
overtakiflz Lii regiment In New Orleans. persistently that I had taken overwhelming num nml HIM(lle receipts to-iluy |4..>3.0. C 1'Iklnl Paper Cambric, 1'1.11. and DRBSS

\llhe Battle of Buena Vista he won great dM. I ald resources four yer to overcome There was a ful Cabinet meeting to-day, Gel. s Moulin, Conclt, 1.11r Situ, 1.lbbol*, I
wouml. In But Md other article
ton*
and received a aevere 187be them. If they could not Grant assisted
the '
cheerfully whlrh
Unction. United States meeting, *a lengthy All of the above we will sell at n rrannnuble ml
look hIS ceat In the Snte to the terms they should try to make It appear amid In whiih
by appointment of the Gvernor, afer. so. They should not run away from the terms; tlllJI"s opinion was consiiUroil. vance on cost. W I WILSON A TUb). CLOTHING I I May T, ..\ I
frt( by the election of the Lgislatur.In they should not go to the Supreme Court Tith -
18l, he reigned hllleat upon the attempt to evade them; they should not think, I it tiiiiti tMtiMxl that the Cabinet mill Ocnonil Nails
politIcal trIend as the op. it degradation to submit the dogmas of the (I Iron Axes Hoes andASSORTED
T.iiit
by
the nomination t nppro\c the ( ami that It will hepromulgated ,
candidate to lenr S. Foote for the Gov.crorblp Northern democracy. didn't call the Southern 'jlllon. Moot mut Shoe, Hosiery mill ll.iiiilkcicliieft : \ / .,

posing of his Stte the election be WM people traitors. There were wise ali just : t.Hllrrow.The HARDWARE. Collftrn A Ties, ((Kmioy,) Cloth,

lIe In retirement t\183. solutions of their conduct which saved them and State Depnrtment hn< tnfornintlon that I II.iirnndTooth: Hrttnlios, lvtt mete:

Ief'ated was Invited by President their posterity from the name of traitors. True the qnntiuitinc at St. ('omi i\ hat IHI-II rnUil.Comiiutnicatioii .- .t ('nt.I LIFE
seat in his as ecrctary Mr.Xhaninfrom iu the incipient stages of tho rebelon ho ha,1Iookelupn In, thIs ami St.Thorn- :Illcnulcry. Pipes
ho Cabinet accession of them as traitors: they \tvn place ?iA KEGS NAIlS, COLLW \\E$, IIRYCK'S: I I 'ry, 1lonl1 Belts, (for
post ti ,)V" Steel Assorted Iron for I'lnnli
ns
when he became again a membr the Senate into the depths of civil war, \hel Inr8trlele,1 smith' shop 10,10oco. TOC.J 8.hl.nrle.1. | I your,)Album,
which he the. adoption o. they had a de facto government with the flue (olmllee njluinlc1 to Investigate Ih(' fur Hnlldlnir.Ilr. Just,received itnd fu s.ile ailio 1t..arc Photograph OK

the ordinance of secession by his State At the machinery a that of the United SInl' Govern riTont gas lt }'u8101\l vrherehy)' lowest n..rKc. price. by :
meeting of the Provisional Congress in Mont they were no longer hit stood on killed mid W. rWhi.soN .1 111(0.
one wee two NOli
that
ment seriously hurt report
In February he was elected Pro. ground that the United States stood.- -- -- 'lI X.1tlh.: n"lo numerous
gornery visional Preiden of (181 Confederate Slat(for He sid he was here to plead the cause of the thp accident wns orcnxtoncil l>y some unknown GHOCEIUESBAIX1N ; to Iwlli"n., Iricl!Iown. K\er}thing in Assets

one year, aferards at an { the Southern people again themselves. pcrmtns opening eo..I.Thc cominitlee, however tlio _.

people he was ehon opposition I resi- He had said something about the duty of the think that the Hint lilnory, and vinti rial Is ""n.( Sides, Shnnldcrs, Hnnn% Lard, Iliilti-r, 4 .
dent the term years. Ills full serviceIn South; now ho wou'say something about the and Powdered sail ( : .
rcciinitiicnd Sup r
reroute, Mine oilier mode of nrowl. .r.hr.1
lb two capacities was something over four duty of the North must be gen ).tars to the South. The North had a common rc ponslbilitv lighting. No. t M',,'ker'at retail Fresh :''h'e.rOI 1. _[ AMI-IS | :
Of Davis' Intle! accomplishments and with the South, for the war. He would :'e81.lOoI nml I.rlo Hominy, IU('(', ., Ac. .\ clare anti :
virtUeS, the time for a RchmonllJournal not admit even that the North had the least part.It FROM HAVANA. will low M .I bo l"ulhlll| tills \\ :\_\ I hnnl.Simpson's ), eOI& .nth ,
to express itself; but we may be permited had been said that the doctrine of State sovereignty nmrkct. W It\ \. ), \ ; !
to copy here what John W. Forney, one had been the cause of the war. That TIm .\-EriK TImE 0('"\N ItllMK-A Tn.\utuY-: 14,1X1-4 anil 1 :

bitterest cavilers the South has ever had wrote doctrine had many advocates In the North. Hut .MF.MCAX Mv\\a. Chewing Smoking Tobacco Liquor. any a million other.11 J

of him In September, 1881 when the report was not the cause of the war. Slavery tho Ufo .
reached Washington that he was dead. Said cause of the war. Ho was a man of \'S extreme NEw: YOHK May I 2J.-Tlic 8t'II-III', Moro[ SNUFF. I DOSO'K Alo, I l'lltlljol: I HUlrl 1 Holland: Aaenta ,

Mr( Forney: views and he hail never held to any laws that Castle, from I layette, \\ tth dates nt the 18th arrived Selulii.pm: | | Wine, t\0., (, \
"IIo was an Imperious and positive publicman. cOlld slavery law. Slavery wa not law.- here (-
lie rarely surrendered an opinion once What father would not rather sec child In hisgrave to-tiny. B1USDS \ ( TO-(
formed ulU he degraded himself by throwing than to see him under the yoke ol slavery The Ocean Home has \\tcvn abandoned by her BEST Nary ami 1,110"lISJltWIS"T.I.lreo. 'k FRUIT I (" FRUIT

behind his voluntary professions In favor The North was a responsible a the South forIlaver. (captain.. The UO\'nIUIII" about to "'I lu'r Smoking Tobacco, oluil. I: :IIM 8111r, constintly \
of tlio Union. lie was a close stldenl a chlval- He had cntenlel for this In the North. to satisfy a claim of 17OtHX The American Con- kept and fur sale I. March 26,
ric a friend inall been mobs In his lifetime W R. WI.8ns A Iln. Irwn I Drioil ntnl I ._
Itefat -
oppncnt many sill hue referred the inatur to May 84, ISS( ?. IrIMCr\(1
his 7
own family -
Iinglar.Iy but never by a Southern They ; WI"linKlln. _
kind and geniaL were nil Northern pro-slavery OOb Judicial .' Santiago Mauznrk[ uf 1IIMII'f'lllallnl. shot

Although undoubtedly the head and hear of annals of the Northern States showed that slavery 'I. his wife until her mother 11( l'lul, woni at Dissolution of Copartnership Canned Moats, Pickles, Jellies
the rebellion he went into reluctantly, allwho Life
countenanced
I was by decisions In the courts Matanxas
luring tho of trial iill-
heard his} last speech In the Senate wlU re- upholding the slave law. progress' a for rplIE partnershIp hm-tnfiire elollll between MeJ Milk, &0., &o.

rmcnbr, when, with broken accents and tear The Northern people, cunningly as Yankees mony. Cormick A Tlbhllla', In dissolved by
bade farewell to that body and to all are wont to dOt gave to their schools and collegesa Gen. Dulcc and family Im\c gone In Spnin.Hy mutual concent. The .1.lr.r: thu Into thrum will bosnltled
eye
Its grealnC Jefferson Davis was bled with pro lave character. tlaver in the South Vera Crux dales of the lUtlt I I""Ilh..1 that atnnd. by 1. : "h.M.mains nt the old, M. McCormick. ,
He h'ORt'K
accomplishment was alke a helped a ; fact, the North
ninny great Mimmon M.
was badly' to
Ind a statesman. No public man my acquaintance derived more benefit from slavery than the South wOlnlh.,1 in. ulteinpting May 24, ISO?. W 1 TIITt. DIVIDENDS
was more devoted to scientific pursuits, and did. force the Liberal lines on the 37th tilt. --- Alrlll 1817. (U

more familiar with the abstruse teachings of political "You," said he, only held (the cow while we The Castlo of Clicpultepce was captured by -- "If any ,

philosophy. No branch of human knowledge milked her." (Great luiihter.! ) OIIIIMIWI on the 14th April,nflera, Dercestmg- To Job Printers I II The Ladies of Tallahassee for those of ,
seemed to bo unworthy of his Investigation. (Hero John colored, proposed three and la worse
Olver.
Ho was equally attentive t clllclterlure,to cheers for Inch were given beartl.IY'l' glo on the part of the Imjrll-I.. rplllfl 18
the deLls of military life, dotrines po Don SII PelllulS b'n .rll,1 at Skil. WOULD CIIRORI with a genii JOII IMltNTEIt : A NO ''Ill'ISIT', ire re.|I'I.t. L portant ;
,to the study of men; if Pro ca- said that thereas" common responsibility '. --- to put In use myaoii fully m for your I

.sot Bach, of the Coast Survey, could pak, between the north and the South for the ...llplulo. In llriull.It piiivriMj 0..1.1: .tlr. .J. .,. I.%VIII, "Kqiillahla I j

ho would say of the fine works of which war. Let them both mingle their teal of repentance that the vniani'ipiition of the MII'I'SIn her .an e'II.1 dlvl.I.1 iii> Uio "flblllC, I means. TII j
the accomplished head, has appar for* three or nix muummnt Its, a*an experiment. Dress Maker & Milliner to
latterly and let neither of them say, .I am Inno by the KIIIM: | mr, IIIIH period any York. Hays .
'proved IL unconquerable u&crulncsa, that Jefer. cent." n pn.pc.t I'el The olfleo bll.1 hrrl In mini sluice toe commencement Rovlew 1
ion was conversant- with -the canrawicd in hue Council of Slate, and it U miderstiMKl of the war. It I.now |ili>nMinlly located 1 :
He then spoke of tint he would
gladly Kqullablo
charily Ilii returned frniii New Vork
minutuB of that noble Institution aa any other extend to the Southern people to relieve their that the plan provides for. the total extinction In with a good about room a week over or my mnro In Jlck..nvlo.i and just tnuk grist rare hi ii-K-ctliiK, tb. moat f

man not directly connected with it. lie was passionately wants, and If ho coull. ho would for half dozen of slavery In the year 1000. The following be put In operation I.rllhl..r"I"lnlon ample workto lImO lines atuikuf proof. This I

I devoted to the Smllhsnlan Insitull year relieve a direct Federal tax. are to be the bases of the plan keep one (rood Job Printer eniIthtyCit." l the on lev. || |
I of which ho was a Regent In former tme speaker next took the ot the reputed : auUtance ufa l 1mmfIr> I would Goods ..April I ii, ''I
was devoted to the decoration of this eaplali and relation of the whites and up blacks towards each Fintt-Slavery shall cease totally In the, year a neccuary proposition to .eliho nlk.fur casli. ellorlll Millinery
stood by Captain (now General) llclgs his other. Why should not lie whites love the 1000( that k In thirty-three }'enMllnCe. did well before ,Ir Olllue, and ran di :
efforts t construct the water works, to finish theCMitOl f Think of them lor generations toiling St..condlme State shall indemnily( tlumo cltt- well her now, an Ilirre In 'nn rxirlli'iil npenlmr. EVER HltOtTOIITto) I I TALLAHASSEE.
) building on the grandest scale, and to black and Think of acute who may still own slaves at Hint iM'rlod. Address C. DliKW: Jn'1'1110, FlitMay I
patiently earnestly. Nnii but tho 1sf oat
you thle Third From the date of 81, liii?. 71 very
'push forwad Interior and the promulgation of
te and love them for such la Uod'a will. He .
I lie undoubtedly a this decree, all children hunt .slaves shall I lx -- ---- --- MI5I1I4.i ,' ?5IIUE1I: (UOO" I
Traur DmenL with Mr. Grcelcy that much gratitude was due t 1A CASKS
great and In this high office the colored people by those who had left them free. SOUTHERNLand wero buiiKht, mid thrio were all bought LOW roa 1U 10 .- ) ,
so much delighted him take Fourth-Those children who be educated .. ..
nothing a young during the war In charge of their property andfamie I may} CAKII.riiiTi" .0 ll>
.
men by the hand!, and If worthy advance them. and in no instance was It known that In the houses of their pn mils' 11"'r shall nerve will hit arrl>al of NEW GoODS every 1' MiU. .I ,"
If ho educated ucaurcgard to destroy the Republic violated their trust. I tb1 till they reach their twentieth year, nml and Immigration TUKHUA Y IhroiiKliiiut thu mMon.Iti 10" .:

he conferred many advantages upon McClel- lie then urged the white to facilitate will then bo restored toldol. -- J
Ian to save It. If he assisted Lee and lundbolder Fifth-Thero coiirlxofcman- foro ('lo'II.ro. at Mrs. l.A Mil's .
Johnston cil 1
wi 10 ctlhl.hl'(1 l.url'hl.llj
the blacks In
and thus getting hOle; for when they In all Millinery I Making. .: (miiiilonr
their
strengthened hands for dilution the law .
| .I\lohDle.l.
Injury had a they would better citizens. lie l'IIru all COlIJANY. < biinli. > t t'j'
hOle b below it J"hl' ,) liundsomor jlO
against the flag, he greatly favored and see to lu execution. KI'k..y. '' D"I :
Melg enjoined upon them not bo unwilling to., sell and thiiii ran ho fonuil .
any
t3ithi-A Axed All of which,
Franklin.-Wch. Whig. lands to the blacks; lor If you(10.they Judge amount \ill 1II'l nMhlo fur tho where ehao I 1 In:Tslhimtmusaeus.i: Ingnf a ,: \.'
-- -- you to be their( Sell wi cheap, emlncpllll of time slave ul the nation, and the rplIIS COMPANY I. anul nurcralily, to It. |- f"All order will hapruiiipllyand' satlifarlurllyIlllvd. and fancy, la )
From the New fork HeraldO and give them 1plutors Don't grudge wi bo agreed iilKin\ to I'lfect the _l (h..ttr. with the r.I".111,, > Illi,',: wholesale 01
ar f'.||||c.l niflicMltlrn. Ihvui their ucw-born IruLUu'm and their newlyacquired liberation of slaves ow mil l by religious ordersas Ksccllcuty 1)\11. \LKtl I'rea'l. April 9, 1MA7. IU- II ipi't"
may bo madu to purthiiMi, the: of Ihiwu : T. IAIU.I'ce: : -- r
We realize the In
r begin to what a legacy of troubUs rlpb t ballot Acquiesce this held by the Government. fee.111 lYoMi suet Mi'i rvlnry.
, our civil war ba left us In the South. Tho new state atlrs They have got these rights, Seventh P. B. 111(41K( \W. Triiwurcr., STATIONERY.0
New Orleans the Memphis riot, the Mobileriot and they are dle 10011,1 also caution for -There will bo appropriated u fund A. B. Smo'cru.aal, Foreign Ap'inJR I
the Richmon'd riot and the disturbed ele the whites against partial the annual purhss of a certain nnmlicr of ..BT. IIEIIMAKD, -

ment society In mot of the cltC well as The blacks he asked, why could they not love slaves, so that fuIIY bo In bondage when FIIUINII: I I I. I"titwas, Aifunt for Kii: .t Fli.rliln. (10M%1 F.RCIAL NOTE I'AFKII.iiilul: .V iitiruledJ ,
some (parts of country, a a very the whiles (The colored portion of the audience tIme hour general emancipation U at hand. Wit.i.uu THRUSH, Agent fur Hiniih ""rll. \ Iji.lli'. Note I'aper, |>lnli shut Kill .'.II.d.
disordered state ot things and point to danger in hero shouted almost to 1 man, .Wo do love Thoorgln of thu Kra/Jliun Government nays Thu Company Invltea punter mill nlbcra hnvlnif l..illca' Note mile gilt and plain
the future. The only exception is found In the (them. This drew outaiphaueo from the whites, there I U no doubt M to the determination of tho Inndn to iliHpniiu of.,by sale or lunm. .riiiiiinunlintuat \tuurllnl Note 1'aJH-rand, Euvelnpn, "". Kunijf, .
taurxriir in regard to thin and once, price acre, lunilil' Impriixo- .
rural and plantation districts away from the which wan responded to by the blacks and very lullor. alleges that Iialul. per ) trr llnnd Knvelopei, ,

tow us,where political agitations have not reach good fueling was evinced.) The Menker,1, a intention.Htiphu.4 already been 111.lu houor his| 1111.c.' luru'e iiuinlii of Kuro-:, 1'AI'EH.I'arfuiiied- Niito Taper and,ruled Envrliipi maul'.i, .hiiii r-rcnch, FURN
ed. The cause of all this Is found in the struggle pleased at this He said it was the best thing hohad 11)d.lln"Inlrodueloj. full. nml, dmlra Loiter,rooUeapLetler Legal whHoand blue, u.ruh'o. house :
--- ---.---- Cell durlnJ 011111 Cap, I
for. political The question at the bottom heard during the evening. The them best .. .rl.. I'ur and Eermuma.Ecvii.oiu.flflchsh. Cuu.I"1 I
la, what pwer. gain the ascendancy f The Ho then said that though our common Father Might orrKror..r... to rater The- this Interested In till movm"II. upon 11. "Cc"1 : Whlle.lul and CI.II Iled.
leg vote, therefore Is the object in view ; for bad seen fit to color his children differently, bo of whli-It the future our Ilal. luirply litter, ()ii'>aiuo| 01"1 o.d ., N.II. "
regarded a an Important balance of power dos not hold them In different regard. The n| eak- The 1,11\llg corresj>oiidciicfuppi>ara In time di-pi'ihU, ,are invited to. OOII.ullealu"I" "",1'1'1' culori; Mourning, and Iulf l.ittcr; do.oprn I ':
that is what led Wilson,Kelley and other er continued to speak In terms of praise \thogentlenel New (II |ui|><'rsi I biT of HID COII.ny.The | CAR.-.rla. .
rdicl 01 tock book of the Coin In nuw .
from the North the South. patience, and goodness of col ) NEW pant 1"'I.a"o French VI.ltDI (...81,10..1;
orator t peace hvol.\.TY 0* ILEANA. I t .uL"IIUoul are .oldtod from till who and .| !
harmony of the Snt its restoration)' the people.The City Hall May 14, 1s67. f CURe to our enterlrl.O dn. enameled. enihoMcd edge 1'rlnli Irl..1,1".rd. :
industrial and of both North Saxon of tho present day doubtless Henry D. ()j ltn, (,tv Attunuy; MayJ7.l' I 7OtfTAYLOR'S .'. "o.-b.t Music, Macho .
and South, are as nothing Inl) the estimation of surpassed them In vigor and Intellect aud mi/l Summits Blank l1u".llot'OI'nl. | 1)FRIISI f
politicans before this all absorbing object To for some tle': but he believed that the Lmewould Sir: I hut'c thu honor to request your 0)11111 COTTON GINSl I II DI.I full bound tllamilt Kerd Bok.."., 1 io4qulrM, ,
obtain that relative .the right of coffee bouncy, have their "
they would foment a war of cmo the African would tlur'I\ Hound Ld.er t to 8 qulrra, do. Journal', Ito .. t
inaugurate over again the dreadful sconces raes us. was and thl'IIn'8. &('.. uuimtnumgura of public hulhi, .. I. Sutuirus| Lodgnri and citlnrltr. :
len oppe t cOltsaton. refuse time mlling of their Hooka aMorted Memorandum ( '
Domingo,destroy the productiveness of the South 'olid say nothing plll. extended Derh"mlf, or admittanco lAVISH BEEN API'uINTF1 AfE''f t'ol I. & Memorandum ..J"U".lo.l1 .I".c. I .
and the commer of the North and burden tho and clear arguments r. Ureeley.Ho iortlon IUI.lbelr* <>f IslhlMhlcnb t any portion or Ii tho ale of the Ibov Knci-lpta.I& Blank 801.1.11, Heady '. fll..a, J I'
loyal | liz11tr "
Slate a vast additional debt through also- opposed to diufranchiHnicnt of (
1 Hill Bne Illa-
,
the necessity of keeping a large standing army those who had been cut ott It bad been urgel \ '.|"tfully, your ob't mmcry'tK Celebrated Gins, tIes,101. very faIl 17. ,Money 800k..rtud f II.

our correspondence and other Burcs of that the so-called rebel leaders could exert HBATU, Mayor. 1.1 pn-parpil, to receiv enters fur the*aiiMi. I'lunt-, CoO, iooits4pemccriamm, 1 to 10; '.,.?., I'un- I
.; information from all parts of the & evi influence if not disfranchised. He argued that In uiiMtir to limit Mayor's romiiitiiilrullon. era In want of( do well lo h'.vl orili'" rurlyaa bon i Kertbuer'a, ler', aa>ort.d Noa., I'lulu '
dnllhe political agitators are sowing the storm they could wield more influence if diMlralchbI. Judge Ogilcu n'plica, after acknowledging thereceipt lie great demand will only allow Ibo luuiiuCiu Hirer (01'1101., roan b.I.. Kay 1
through which we likely to reap a and would be nore likely to make to supply a certain nautili r to each 11u I Indexes, Involco and l.ft- 'I
The negroes would a hav been quiet, r wlrlwind allowed to vot .bold They could always of the H.UIII'" 11,1.\: -.- Ivr ai-lf-blnder, Letter i1rns.es.l.ol.r l b"k copying I
oleo I have time honor to submit I for letter Taiirr, I I i
their new-born the that I no Oll.vr lok. Illottlnif rplllrt urcal 1
to
and would have to appeal an enl'rl,11 ,
gone frm appearance Ala. for the sale ofSULLETT'JS I.k.Aaold'lrhld I
work doubt of(hum- Icgul right of the above afiit| Copying luk, Copying, a Illiln '
cultivating the soil and improving their of pure motve a they could bold no othIce.- Inul'fl..I. Cariulu. ink, Blue and Hud 'Ink, I I ?'l
tho
bad they been let I Ho was universal either t rtfuM wiling or til (l 1'.TEXTSTEEL Khcuiiiatlmu,
cnndile. alone. Now that suffrage.He any MucIlage, .* IDI"Dd. Pocket lmak.tummmdm, ""e .
and said that he wanted IMirlioii or |K ruoiin of< II-'n. or Inhabitants.In Tea "
cupidity have been aroused, ten t make a proposition. ( iHsr flit j .-
they are looking for confiscation and distribution wanted the whiten make a petition! "c'nrlunt\lib this ol.lnlol the Mil}or, BRUSH CIN r.KNU i..cu.-t..1 l Feu. Ladle' Hietl Hen, I

of the hinds them, from to Congress to restore the South to its Mwitmn in bold '. | (hold gull amid ill :
among exemption labor ( who was a1t1t1jiiti'd' by Gen. Sheri.lal. bwiinl v now Introduced lut i the Houth wllli greet tfllrer Im. .
and elevation "elli vet hnldnra.Mold and I lmumim-lI TuluK, r
the Such would melt the
t positions they are totally unpre. UnIn. a petition warning. all A. IMITeoella .
proclamation, at- Ilrl'' 1tiKISI.AI'rl ,. rubber beads,
par to oupy. Hostility between the heart of the veriest rebel Congress would not ix-nona aguhiHt 30,1(117.Lower G.71 "rabr. ID"Tenrll, Rubber Ti", ui'bn, I
(tie natural consequence; blak refuse It, and the blacks woul never again grumble tempt to ell.n'e their supio| ed rights by vio lled Drawing. Ieuell, rbbr brd., .' : z

see the former congregating In the towns, making about the bad the whites. I'm.t. Suwannee Falx-r'* KnglUb 8h.ks,Gomamimitmi 8lale.,Tr.o..rrol| :
violent and armed dewonsrton.and tbe latter He then cautioned the block man not to trust --. Springs. 111..l'letu""r.m", Tbotograph Kruui. and '.

alame.d ecie. ,then.that in any man who .decidedly opposed to.I.ver Tut COB? OK lvsu.-iIighi UK i the cost "f ---- Ailub Culure and Plain TbiAogripu ttai k-
r a refered occur ? Or and did not rejoice that the right of in gammon Repeating M..I., IKJMWIHM!
New
t lutrao living r.rk.II11 lie still ex- rpIIE uudcrlad| baa juM opened Houno bf Fo.teraloln.1 ,
should t ., ( Writing Torlfolli,
surprised if worse were to been given the black L IMI.lodlen'Il1 .
fulow' ma todiiTbe Pout, of thus &Ibo I..r 81..I".U 11.'lo ,Hal Koun.1 Itulen, Tbl'I.t t
Wesawintfcecaseof jK-n.he city, T.ur..I. .
Kansas what I The speaker next referred to his having hoard tl.t for of all who tn the No boA" s
hut, Notarloa' 1
rivalry for political created of riots in New gives the ull'rluJ'r'l bill : *,and than laJ.on'.lndalbl. km-all. t >k for (.
ascendancy ; but the negro lcbmond ( UuriuK .IlI.a opsrommace.R ,. Perforated ?* '<-r,TUjrlng('aril" .
Hi-ul It
bloody drains there, all its He measure at *Tu lay out the the HI lthiveis lltiV. ]
wit dIsturbing con- Oreans beyond rorj 1 flO Icing same f 12; IU/tSIIIF Houud Novel, In pamphlet rlrl. .
auenc troughout othe thought of | told hint khroud, I'-JO row-uixid yl4IHu7.. (W-lru .. 8. Bultllit Melboill
,
te ret tbem I I were ; ".ID IO 1,1.t |JO( ; MI..lna. TeaUuiruta ;
cntr. I -
cmp w.jth what the emancipated IlaC ha turne rioters, i 10\0. t".1< ; pine. box, $ ; $4; .at Jr.bytrla llyma Book, CninmoD Trsyer
tOiee I. the solution lay for would have made warned ht fll: t-" carnages $70; prkr. tii LrnMiiu,School Book. Heatlln'i8onf
the b le n. To Planters.
dicute of that section. black men to be quiet, patient law-abiding. pull.iKunrH, $U, Ilov" $20{I'au IOD'1 fee rl, $10 | Book aud Novel, Rubber Hand. Hible Taper Fur tb. cur ,
largo and mail, with and without lln
If the black men held not, would fear the total before cia"|
we making a '
.
WjirrE .I ln you come to 'I'JIE lutucrlber Unow ready to receive ( OTTOVI. Caller Baukeja' lawyer I' ', Hill Acid mwiiai h .
FABMISO GEOBGUThe emancipation was failure. lie wished to hear no crnittery of$1H3Nothing Cue Cbmlnc
J West .INS for repair; aud al u sill retelti od'r iitber no- minis, >
Georgia Gazette, at Talbolton, scouts as ritlicu- more about Southern mob I bo wauled to help hiss than four loU will amraer, for Pum|>*. Tb,.*. Ubli* (,lu. repaired l are Cequocted ulroulo W"rn..alct. many I.I'I.IIU tttuium.b. .
Ions nonsense, the twaddle about the ttk.much as He would warn .n.1 if a cRusty uiouumpnt or vault i t be erected \ lo lad them In Imiumllalely to that I uiav r..Lr.* Campalga In lbs Valley.Jurt r ..h.d
being unable the white man ( an.t rum-drinking. Rum and riot eight o u'n are required J'ro"on.t fiveIhouaund have ampl Urn*lode lbs work thorou.-blv, .0I.el Book KI every diMU'rlplluu.
to,1 the went He could them dollun, I.. UILLY.
a way I.r are expended | pint L Ot.iiiui 'U14IlI.OW.April .
cntuouslbr n'C tl a
U"OI .
.r t nuko cotton; or fat phy.lcl the blacks to get poAession half the land In the aud from ten t 10 smutty tboiiHiuid Upon thu mon )iJ 2Il'7.< 7131YeasiTowdersMustard tt, lln.) iuu Are .a_*ur | '

organization ttn Urn hl with, Stale of Virginia: Let the white people drink all Ulen&This iiuy all b well enough for fkruilirs wo the User
safely I "
In the atm of ibis Lbr the rum and the Mark people drink nODe (IUle. &c. rrjfuUfljr' t tf;
fur cWI j had not bn' Wit this caution the speaker Ida re undertaker ha mode all hU deductions hEIR & CRAIG greatest .11 2

.tdg I tn a century paet- I and studied the ] economy tat bereavrd y public. heat '
Gern gives illustration -- -. affection it bard EMIT ffWDEll. Address all
to i
Mlowlg adwit .tl t DI.t
I the tbeae : (bhu'k }Wtad. COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,J t
contr Givnto THE COLRE PtbrLi BAD i"UII Lying torjMe .; cln. went OU.Hl.lo., Prof. ,
AD\CE ;
Te bt crop ot C and -The New York Efprea says that if ,) $2., "llt. $7; 1",1. f!; ( $1flowers *. 0
Clon we saw lat aven- $-1 $5 carriages and .od ASI>--
}'ear-ad rneel- all turers and agitators w ho ace coming ; |1"rl ; ( tA
.
Iast jj adTon' t b the hearse, $40wxton'satU-nihtncel; Total, $101. > '
)lddl'G..rg.as Nor into the South would only leave the ne A. A. H<>IX
tattoo Badim.of Uurcnjclu! fvI.rn"hb bites in a little time the condition The poor therefore, are II a very. bad eumli- Pltklc S, Mia > ,
rrl Jellle OCE
aone. ,
t.y for sons, bte three months of th& of both will be immensely im timiD, for both being and dying a!licjond their aod P'l.onlig isle G ln"ll

by a negro man. litaihaiu U \ te'aiiTi proved. The Utter already understand that the fOular rn 81ICe tf. allDd. YI.lrur ITOUIU IStI"TIEIK FKIENIJU AII April M,
of and --- ---- -- E -4 I '
did ) their
"tr age only the mana-1 physical and educational interests of g. ltf/7 '- % the optueU
short cut." I he that the boys uglok matel.forer chas 1s a part of their OH n interests,- Mr. J. K. U..d charged with Unl lund .d of boaloeu la lb.MOSUOE.

Mw. product of thLi farm. half of ]I CUIjt and the former already begin to comprehend the r iogu pbli wttig.1 (hWJd. Lime Plaster and : 0 :. t i
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ails L..ji. UI.ld. bail in tn I
kl feusYise As,4ra.J same thing. But if these relation*of good neigh .ht.lt tl.n'i dullr keep Cement

rurM,of esi4 Mtuu 1J"f JA', bid .large bho anti natural interests a to b diub the J. r A BBU. TlmUjT)1 LIME, lot And ri theIr tr\nt.\.U..I\.D:to hoodS tt.ahv ,i U bolt'|uon and, C.varied DId !
rip rane and [" luh politicians u Kelly and .JU Hydraulic tmel. .alsoh.iut" S.-1 j
Now here .continuous Uibor by four ibe welfare of the the Improymen.of K)bil.. !Plaster ( !I I
whil pple Leon Lodge No. 5 I. O. O. F. i
viHitln
and the rt ult quite satlstuctory. r. tie order ad good JaM received amid rUI t '
} cntr gyr. ?. MEOINSJHfl. lialliiuoru Jlammii' auJ Jiucon,
kbl U a very Went, In a :
nurg. and Wcfulr.nnd. td won wi rmAn. ditorbd have Brethren arc reminded that May 10, 1,7. >-l _
hi hl cp aittr negro ae Iher..1 -- -- Java and Kiu CulTutCreiu ',
though U l proper say upland rorn within past few ".y.1 getting up tie a tit HAVE ,
*** thebe.to.'iu the Ue which have the r.I't aeh.1 LD Ll.Su FLOUR.ILAST6 IiU-k Tvan "
ami!
< t .vy ufwg r.iW rioa t.ie rClure in\rfro S, uaeful Mid
I jbichuVmagea his .UnJ" lu the ._ & LI Ibl fairs hoer,Vapcrou glue, .
FUJtB.
, miia.ad arY1onInw nla(,a| I o'clock.By mad for l. (iou, w* will I
IYn cvi olCrl
mg rrp order of A. B. ('ua. M. ti. A. r. .
i L go management "continuous wiU but beginning of th* ed Incen fllUll -I
I 1 worthy ,1 IJ ) allies diaries like I unDiu. in Hicbruond, and their May M, 1MT.Exchange JOHN f. FEKKI.SB Secretary. April!*, 17 WALE (0"8111 liutti-r, la.l, ".r.*

-- .assA of the urh. to b.v the ears of tbe AND PORTER. 1..I. L1wtl. Weae
I and to the will It .
way they at wn
8utra Facv.- grain trade "t.& nt l.el Ale, tfimlf'C! .. Mann1 do, fW.
natural f ErrKET'8
DrI L easy play with but the consequence Ilnlor'l Iri"J".le. "
DOW .
cIlI,rvr Funuerly is a fre. Even the New York C l do,lty A Perkiu'furtirr, .1.., fD rV A. I
t tlr tIl f th b anti J'niwM Cfag Richmond ; tt drniStntnt' tec.and 'tluttf- A..f. ItlU11 IrUb J'otatoea, llcuoul of. li liI
Aprtitilii7-
p q Europe r -- ---- -- April U, l-
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t .
iii me aJ 'ar. There seem t have been .bite in that - - -- -- 'lour Itice .
11'1 both LIa "l rcexiweij IWI city who Lave given, the colored people Lad FRESH { ,
Eu& a' and i& 1.C. counsel, which kme of them have Un fjoiltb on New York Isi--- ISrait'lVLukey : 4
AII"r lan .h& t enough take.. I' C.' b* bad al all Uimuidlsatt ,
\o .bipid C tt 1J so t far telates to Radical while T S 8CMS TO BCIT H-'KCHAeEfci, f perrt.pcciuiau lag kepi Ice(roust the l.c.r nuot (;iiu Ale Porter :
men, .
W. &y : t Thl I I fur ni. by a soUl MM, from' the 1< U"D A. .iIUEK 1 ID DOZEN
0 h"l..I n the course from the beginning- In the
Brt tjrty-nve IW1 o
.a II W CO.May AprU V, 17 'I i dos Muntlur
1 .w end it will that those who of I R tTt 0 Tobacco,
1..y abuui &nl tinu*> that amuuui lur It.RuJtciottLW prove b moat W, ls 7. 73 ------ lhn'ing t dug Superior
their __ ____ '
friendship far the negroes prove be Goshen Butter &c. (
t
Sw'kiii ToUuio Cigars .LI.
a kappr to announce tl* their work!eDemLes.V-ja9vvieJt Lard : ,
'lad that reb Tuu*ttrciaes have kern 0'J. ) ( BfTTEK,
Blind -
-lin Hlua
!lady anil nl hUv two werU at the *to -. I Powel 1 Run ':" bust. Lb Pe Syr"l &c.Ao., Ac.aJao -r..* ,. : .
fr Mt Ld J0c A.
r uunb in rivalling la a Mr D-tvu IV CaJUBA... -Tbepeof.ebfCanar! | 1)LtPWTYCLLT : A. r. 8PILLEK. n a
I rrugujiu t IJ.; uoul (nr r da. .bo a free tu act..they "I a preparing 1 old Ap. I't 5 New Vm Pork Mo/yhuiit WUt Cur ,bll. I.f
n.trualthat the t t. xIattounily. apoiaierir to buour the ez-jrtas- I T \ Ion&a b.1 rea i -- aud Corn lUc( of CuuulryTrodoce.
may pi un. in- drat_ cf\ t f .4..1..1 6 ,
Tke Mont/oil a ( 7. Butictlor
<.f j i Uintciuay anj IlrQa that the hrge I t te (a n-ini-'.j I liorvoM ftT..J.c COOL AND HARD. -- r MOM ad 4
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heroic -
aluLr _,1. =sa fnqurtidy jJjoa 0 the ...Kea>.lrl*c I)EdT O' JI1EN lit 1EJ always W t. best HAMS .
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fedmnr
anu- anti 1 l beat ,
11OI stay bOfUlJye.Amnr. i tt U the oiost tocnaeb ) BUI Ckecac.al > liakritocttr.
t'l I of where I **f V y "i b 4ve kirn Iucffiifel a I kinds. hIt 1.0..'r mr.ra alw>). fD"l Porter sad Ate. alas. o GONE and auotbet lot of theis In. flints
r /jcorn*< OJ.pt t.1 J'I. plally. b wol'any other pil under te (oe &. ). aur. ka A.. F Pli.lElt.AprU ALL &,_1.0 ty rot sale by -
"Jol except t -a portion |I j.< JrlJIJ.ibJ T I.I* t t A.rU"1.1 W. ., '!UlK: May IU, 1! S




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Ii F City .Advertisements. City Advertisements. Savannah Advertisements. Miscellaneous'CSPERCO Misclaneous,
lotifefan.I
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: __ M. 8. ELKIN, H. A. SIINE : SCREVEN HOUSE, M A LOOK THIS ;

Letter ofsa dsslclde.! .AUCr.rIONEER Oh I she 'beantl/ul and fair,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., With starry eyes and radiant bait. .w
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I HON. ELIJAH lUKE OF KRSTtCKT, BLOWS BIS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Whose curling tendrils soft,entwined
BRAINS Ot'?. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, and mind. .
WILL ATTEND TO ALL SALtS al At'CTION. Enchained the very bert
1 attend 10 all builnmt tn his line entrusted receiveand forward Goods on Con. n.mcnl. JAMES E,
Tilt!telegraph has announced thfl death, liyukW WILL his care. Can be found at"stable,below CRISPER COMA,

of Hon.: Elijah IIi',1tC3'.<,who had, Just DEALERJNTALLAHASSEE Rawls'. shmi.. The lute rmrtnenhlp' of 13hIn" .t Siilllnr" hiving I NOW RECEIVING the
dissolved be remo\cd his Store to i IiIilL For the Hair of either Sex into 18 Iarget
been elected to represent his district In HIP Fortieth Jan.- I, lf,7. 31-ly ti bcop has Curling Stock ol Goods, In his I 1 line, eVcrfc-l

Congress, by II majority of ,ooo votes No p .'" ;J. Ga1lil'$ Old Corner Wavy and Glossy Kinglets or brought to Tallahassee. I eonll.1 oft l

one, not even bit frailly of most Intimate !friendisinspected McQueen Mcintosh, Heavy Massive Curls Gents' and Ladies'

his purpose, although$ |It seems! to have where at all times may be found a supply' of the bet ci using{ this article Ladles and Gentlemen can Saddles

been settled in his. own inlad for week The ATTORNEY AT LAW, and freshest BY beautify themselves a thousand fold. 1 I. the of ,

"-111'81 (1 1__ tile 8th Inst., at his home In --0W".L -- GEORGIA. only article In the world that sill curl J'CIIgb hair, every, kind and qnau,
Groceries SAVANNAH It ,
audit the same time give a beautiful
RUlllellvllle.y. '*"" to the Cw/rt dated the r-; practice In any of the Courts where his Tbe Crisper Coma not only I gl0la1a. Single and Double Baggy Harness,
are desired. tJOITlce np stairs, In pernce
w-- Invigorates, beautifies and ; II
tbsy : Marine Rank Building. which will be sold at low M tin be purchased st dellghtfullvperfnmed, clenaell Two, Four und Six Mule Wagon
: On yesterday be left my office after a short conversation March !11II, 1807. M any establishment In tbls city.AUCTION FIRST CLASS HOTEL bos been recently complete article of time kind ever offered to mol Names,,
andr*>t Immediately home, not disUnl - -- THIS and newly furnished throughout,now American The CrIsper Coma wl be sent Cart and Dray Harness,
more lhM m kindred yimla. In half an hour SALES I,, stand unrivaled In the Sontb. to any pllblc,leled and postpaid for$ .
the report HMtodaM bated shot himself I I Wilkinson Call, G. McGtNLY, Proprletor. Address all orders to Riding Bridles and Martingales
hurried dow ",afcBiid the report too true. Ho AT LAW March 12,'67 5PULASKI W. l CLARK & CO.. Chemists' ,
had lashed ft ObwO*of eight Incb rifled pistols to COUNSELLOR, EVERY SATURDAY No 3 West Favette Street Syracuse, N. T. Fine English leather Bridles

ether. and standing before ft large sired 1 mirror FLORIDAUTOUU TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, I March 1,1861. ** [fSenl. copy April 19, 1867._62-ly__ and Martin! .lt.
both his brain Immedltitty round and flat
,
cbarged through ,
attend to coses In the Conrls of Florida
HOUSE EXOELSIORI! EXOELSIOBII! !
the The whole of hit WILL
erar eret>""" top In the United States Courts at Washington -
head-wsJ blown completely o.' City. Claims for Collection will receive prompt TALLAHASSEE Plow, Cart and Stage Bridles,
Upon a small table, Immediately In front of ) RESPECTFULLY CALL TilE ATtcntlon attention. CHASTELLAR'SHAIR
him found the enclosed min VI of his frlrniln, ""Ironllnd the pnblle Jan. 1 81 Chain,Leather and Hemp
was manuscript (a 1H07. JOHNSON SQUARE Halters,
generally,to bis large and) well selected stock of __ EXTERMINATOR
ute copy orwhjch I send)1 From Ihto at appears!
that the condition of the country bore to such an BAKERY m CONFECTIONERY Wagon, Buggy and Stage Whips, |arec
extent upon his mind M to render death prcfi ra- A. J. PEELER, SAVANNAH, CEORCIA For Eemoving Superfluous Hair, a"orD'

ble. He has also been suffering ror some months ATTORNEY Riding Whips, large assortment,
DRUGS MEDICINES AT LAW rpo the ladles
uDder di 6d8 mdltiut, which contributed, In it W H, WILTBEBOEB Prop'tr epc011t thl.lnvln.bledeplolor.I. >
great degree, no doubt to his despondency. Ho '. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., sable article to female beautY Is easily applied,docs Buggy, Plow and Team Collars, of

was sixty-five years! of ago July 4th, 1866. You Office up Stairs over the State Bank At Kindon's' old Comer Feb. 12, 1307. 43-Om not bnr or Injure the skin) but acts directly on the tlon, ever decrJ
will perceive from the date or that he Jan 1 1W7.JAMKM. *. I Is warranted to remove superfluous hair
has contemplated the act. some hll.rtlc1et I believe PAINTS OILS .. 8lrl1 ----- from forehcsds or from any part of the body,
you now have all the facts, and you can write completely, totally and radically extirpating: the Plow, Cart and Stage names,
_
: .- BLAIR & BICKFORD same, the skin soft, smooth
such an article as you may be Inclined. T. MAUIHiK, leaving{ natllral-
This Is only article used by the Froeb, Cart 8ddlc.ddlo
A COPT or THE KOTB: IN JTDOR ItlSl's IIAKDWRtTtllO Attorney and Counsellor at LawAND the only real effectual depll.lolln existence. Price

: FOUND OK BIS TAAUk, Perfumery!: Toilet' Articles PROCURED: THE SERVICES OF A UEAtERS IN 75 cents po8pAd,to any address, Pads, Rugs and Cloths,
I have lost all hope of bclni able to aid In BAtIng -< : .1-I First GlassFRENCH On pcrlack/e hv
the country /from the Impending disasters ami 1 SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. ITS A CO., ChcmIst2ili Curry Combs Mane Combs, Horse Dru
River St. N. Y.
Troy
ruin In which despotic! and nnoDMtitutional rule Uf Office up stairs, In Blate Bank Building. TIMBER AND LUMBER III, 1867. be&c
April 68-ly
I Kb. 9, IHOfl. 43 BAKER All of which will bfl soil at a
hu Involved her. have been brought; Into IHe &0., &o., &0. reasonable protUt
,
public service *! an age too advanced, and at |s> There comclh glad tidings of joy to 111.
period ton late, to allow me even to hope that.Iran EDWIN A. I am prepared furnish everything the Doors, Sashes and Blinds, To }onng and to old, to great and to JAMES( E lt1Dy
do anything Ui aid of the res torn Iton of Cotstiunlonal HART, The beauty which once was so precious anal rare,
Government, even If admliu-d 1 to n which he I. now receiving, and will sell as low al I free for all, and all may be fair. March 15, 1867. 52IfCARIAGE

seat In. Congre, which, It Is said, would lie itfused. Order can be afforded by mall by or say otherwise establishment' will receive In the prompt State. ATTORNEY MADISON, FLORIDA.AT LAW, Bakery and Confectioneryline MOULDINGS, lljr |hc HC Of MAKERS

attention, and be Riled at as low prices u If tin
I am tnreebttf''by tbe Inflrmllles of age and I try bayer were here In person to select for himself. Ills WILt. PRACTICE- THE COURTS OF TIlE Newell Posts &c CHASTELLAR'SWHITE
-. I am weary of the world 1 and intend\ > stock comprises the following article: Judicial Circuit. at all times. Satisfaction guaranteed to persons Balusters, ,, CAN FIND Rims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts. @
leave It. law rick at heart and rcwirt) death ,June _. 70 wishing Cakes, &:e.,for public or private parties. LIQUID Patent and Enameled Leather of /
for relief. I shall leave a poor afflicted 1 wile ami -- -- ,.* hAY SmELT, kink Damask for Lining, and Enameled Cloth

kind relative and Mends, none of whom have QUININE. R. n !Mm*, J. )I. On",,,*, Wedding Cakes Made to Order. ENAMEL all kinds,.Carriage Bolts of every size, at :

any knWMg4of<< my putiiow. I have kept niy HI. Mark. Apalo
Intent to seek death for. relief from the s<..rroWUUtsjnMt .. A large apply.Qntnlne, choice. \ brands., In Itohandfor.ileby GORRIE,, MUNN, Mrs. E. KISDON. ALL OR DOa FILLED FROMPTLV.J Fur Improting and.Beautifying tht Completion.Sallowness .
me, 6 errct from all. I do not think
March 111, 11i07.' 63M. .
even a suspicion of It ex bits In the minds either M. LIVELY. Attorneys and .Counsellors at LawWILL --- Fob. 12, 1567. 4t 'fiE most giving valuable the skin and a.erf.1 beautiful prepnrailon pearlIlke In tint use. Notice to Shoe Makers!1-

wll'e.ltlndred, or friend I PRACTICE IN TilE that I. only found In It quIckly removesTan / ALP SKINS Upper and Solo Leather
ELIJAH J[IIIK. -0- .tera Circuits. Prompt attention MIDDLE given AND ...D...PAPT.... t. J). WEOTCOTT. .,.JR.. .. Freckle., Pimples 1011b.. Blotchet Moth Patches. \J Skins Shoe Peg Nails, Wax and La.t,LDln
Sunday, April II;1867. Glaghorn & to be bad at
to hualneM. Cunningham Eruptions, and all Impurities of the
PtRIY
There I* a codicil to my will In my coot poe MO'I. "111 00-lr I PAPY & WESfcotf skin, kindly same,leaving the skin white March III. 1867.
ee,,.rince placed In the hand of my.wife. t OILS :OILS OILS .- and clear as alabaster. Its use cannot be detected
.<> E. HISK.V __A Wholesale & Retail Grocers, by the closest scrutiny and being a vegetable preparation BUGGIES and CARRIAGES of ever detain-
-- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Is perfectly harmless. It I. tho only article or &on 'I
*>.*>. ,....VIclMU-Wh;: wW Wl.j? r DENTISTRY.; DEALERS IN the kind used by the French, and I considered by Clrr.g Rc'pOltor.
KEROSENE TALLAHASSEE FLA. the Parisian as Indispensable to Marchl5.1807.
TJJ.Mew York 7Vw or the 61b lul., h.. tie OIL, OFFICE FINE WIIE LIQUORS, Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during perfect tolel.
m MAIIINK HANK Hitiin.vi.March .
follow! .kwtntetlv\ ,article under lira above sIt.!, year, a sufficient guarantee of Us Price Soap Starch &c.
nhteaat. heading tIt Or SUPERIOR QUALITY, the aimess lIalu.ed ])1-'. P. P. LEWIS 1, 1W7. 4U-lf Tobacco Domestic Segars, only I 73 cents. Sent by mAl, "cteAey., of ,
by Uncle Bare for Light House purposes, also --- -- -- nnorderbv '
I II claimed by the Rndlcalu, and loudly nT- TALLAHASSEE Curntr Day and Drayton Strttt, BERQER, SHUTTS CO., Chemists SOAP

firmed by the contented orators! of African' MACHINE OILS, FLORIDA, T. W. Osborn 8A\ANNAIOA. B8S River '&, Troy, New York.prll Starch,
scent, that the Freedmcn's voles will be cast wit lithe HA VINO ASSOCIATED!: with him, _n_ A \ 1807. __ (BlyAFFLICTED Candles,
Radicals nther Ifeaa with the Conscrvatlvci; Dr. J. .H. MtOW, they will,,. TTAVE constantly on hand a supply, of good Soda
and In the clasa conservative they place every MECCA OILS, at all times, bo able to keep the office ATTORNEY AT LAW, J.J. sultublo fur |ilantatlons !nimilics. Cooking ,Soda
who does open, and on. of them will make 1.Order. from the country Washing ,
body not adopt the extreme theory-f- TALLAHASSEE .'L.\. promptly atenled ,
The last census, after dedacUns ten per cent f caeualtlM war and dMranchuetnenta under the to OrricE IN MAIIINE BANK fivti.IilNo.0 STJFTER NO MORE For sale by "E. Maqn's nllkiD
Madison
Monllcello and other
points accessible ,
DIDfORD Ja
Bbennan bill
shows the and Inferca ,
population by Railroad. Also, by steamboat from w. March 10, 1867.
Pensaccla AiininsoK.
white CASTOR OIL of superior R. n.
thai vote, and black to be quality, 4ID.RaOI.
approximately: toTsmpa. '- WILL PRACTICE In Ibe several Court. of the OIO. W. 4ND.Raol. Jr. B. COLL VtTUEN bJ the u>a ot Dr. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR
M follOWl.. % Nov. 3. 15-tf and will prosecute claims again Individuals VV you can be cured permanently, and at a trl:
I I,l WhlM: ''White BUck. I, 'Bbuk LINSEED OIL, Uoilod\ ami, Haw, at and against the Government In the Court or Jno. W Anderson's Sons & Go fling cost. Flour and Crackers.
J Pop., .Tot Pop. -Vot.Vlrgtnla794M8 Claims, or before any of the Departments Wash- The astonishing{ success which has attended this
MF..neA' :NOTIC'K.Dr :. PLANT-S
Ington. for Nervous We.k.aen.
.North CaIoUDa.181,1oo 184,110 100,498 861,089 500,063 101 7j! M. LIVELY'S.WHITE -0-' Feb. 10, ISO?. 4S-flm .FACTORS, ,General Debility I'bf.lclland Prostration,Loss of Mus Superfine EXTRA FOUR..

South Carolina.11I1,888 49,161 419,830 82 'RIOH'D.H RANDOLPH. cnlar of Eix.T youthful Impotency,or any of the consequcn Soda Crackers,
ccs renders It
General Commission tbo mostysinabla .
and
,-0- Indl.crcloo. Crackers
Georgia ...... 891,888 69,888 408,898 03,198 TO THE ForwardingMERCHANTS (' Sugar and
norAa........ 77,798 18,180 68,677 iawn OFFERS HU. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to MERCHANTS It will remove all nervous ocr Carolina E. Klce, fnrulttt
Alabama .....596,481 88,836 437,770 87N4 of Tallahassee and surrounding excitement,Incapacity lo DlcCIOU.dcprenlonl/ BROt'UIU.l,
LEAD left Dc. 10. March 1H, 67. 63- m
country Orders at the .
Drug Store of Mcisrs. confusion ___ _
JIi Il IIppI..,..85S\M1 W.84 487,404 67,441 Orefory Archer, will be OK memory, thoughts of self destruction
:j .bII.....:. ,;.8N,1.1 M. W 11 ,*80.'11182 t..!.Residence with Dr. Nun.promptly: attended to Coraer:: Or.,... staid Bryan pltreclsi. tears 01 insanity,AC. 11 win re.lor ine appetite,
LoulMana .,:1 t.to7miM.Ml I 850,873 70,01 IN FAILS, OF SUPERIOR BRANDS ANn OF Luc, u, 131L WilirePr.fl..I.sI renew the health of those who have destroyed U by Coffee and Sugar.
S Teats..""..481,174 71,070 183,281 86, && variety t also CIIHOMH:: U...:.:..., Florida and Georgia I Ii 8AVANNAI.OEORGIA. .en.u'excess Men or be evil practices.
humbugged
dry and In Oil, at the Drag Store of -.- no more by QUAck JAVA
In thIn table the Radical prophet find cause of.rpa& M. LIVELY. N..IC'f'0 .. DOeo"and\ignorant proettonen. but send with COFFEE,
i 1'17'ILL SELL Commission
on Cotton Rice
gratulaUon, for In South Carolina, the ne.PS"'IoeUlarle -0- Y V Stores,Timber N. delay for the restored to Rio Coffee,
Lumber
I .. vl Real Estate,Pro health and happiness. A Perfect Cure Is Guaranteed Green Ten
lb wbItlnMis
WILL SELL AT WHOl.FMI.F: :, all articles duce Merchandise.And ,
; | fc. Urn UIJ'O ma- Dr. John .5. Bond WE In Fuller and Donmtlc Dry Goods, st will do the bllllne.ol RcccUIng and For. .In every M.Instance. Price, II,or four bottles to one Black Tea,

t there Is bumlaAtenoe Crab Orchard Salts I IrTVIIS Now York COST, fur thirty iluys.OUR wArlul.with despatch,to all American and Euro .Idr.One bottle I. sufficient to effect a cure In all ordi Sugar ofsll kiD,
e of the strength of the colored clement. WILL continue the practice of Medicine In Tal STOCK OK peT .l : D (cems. I For alo by E BRADFOltl, Ja,
Indeed, thin element would unreservedly call .... and vl.lnlly. Olllco at hit rasldeiice, 'J:1 ref otTurcd lomm. 'ziR; JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS for -
r A*...... with the IbdiceJ, they might well ARTICLE I II manufactured from Ibs waters In rear of the old Pott OlAce, Bleached and Brown Orders solicited. the speedy and cure of Qonorrhico Gleet,
ltwM A of the celebrated Spring at Crab Orchard Ken- Nov. 13, 1WKI.) IHDR. Shirtings Nov. 10-tf Urethral permanent White Corn Meal
. .f."W1U ,, _j __% I j tacky, and Is Calborllo 6 Discharges, Gravel Stricture, and allaflectlonsof -
The BOttlhera politician were never sluggard..I Pills kptom a oorapMa substitute for )I. very heavy. Call and rxnmlno our pr....... before the Kidneys and BlAder. Cures effected VOMN
MEAL
I U politic! mailer and ; Salts,Srldlll Powder Rhubarb, Blue you decide lo go North to make your purcbaiu. In from one lo live daj-i. prepared from WHITE kept eD..nl,OA tub
Bchemlng mannrlqa; MOM, CaloDlel..to. It elena a sueclda action .;MILES H. NASH No floods sold AUSTIN vegetable extracts that E
upon & harmless
on ELLIS are the BIUnUIDlL1arb
on ,
, their system
I are normal political bablla. The Houtiicm Ike Over. etching It wacn languid lo secrelloe and Credit.MKIimBIN and never nauseate the stomach 19, 187. 63-Om
.t ALLE3. or
Preai unanUnou for kind treatment, fair argi- reaolvlng It* ebronlo engorg.nicnia.e.j.eclsliy OIloo$ in Rear of Post Office Feb. 12. 1807. 4J-ly Commission and breath. No change of diet Is Imprelna'lbo -
II ment, free dl.cu.*lon and ImmodlaUt c<)ool rall,*,I U I III applicable In derangements of tbe --- ---- Forwarding them, nor does thulrocllou la necessary any whl. u.loj NATIONALFREEDMAN'S
with the negro ibm and reared among Uicii, bristle\ apimratus, and of the digestive organs generally TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. with ou.lne.pursuit Price tl per box.
.1 the ganjllmuni ,best sindorstanU their adaptable lion II well .0 III coiigrstlun and chronic Inflamma B37 RIMIDKNCK WITH )Dit.) M\ NAHII..JJJ GEORGE W. MERCHANTS, oHb.above mentioned articles be sent
1 DMI JI"tIIey their troubrw. limit ajixlcllc ofib.liver and spleen,and In CMOS of suspen SCOTT & CO. to closely sealed and ,1, SAVINGSAND
o by
*, ded or deficient. bills,;secretion. It I. much June II, liKM.! 79 .%o. NO Bar fM.. Ua. onldrol mol
I em lu"I..ub. or receipt ofpnlce. A.
and their lack ol!Mend and food and lu the ut.ternaoitMtaitwe ployed lu droptleal ainulous el're. fOI"old
depending onoheltuc- COTTON THOMAS II. AUSTIN. to A .
' beUevstbcjwhl\ aliare with loll of the abdninlnsl vbcera : FACTORS CHARLES ELLIS BERGEI.BIUTT8 ,
them, and la the end by gaining their alTeclloniigain I It la tonls and dlleall'lIot stlmaUUngand dras AND Late Apalacblcolo, Flo. and Columbus, Go. April 19, 313417. Btrcct Troy, N. I.
their suffrage tic,hence the ute of It will not only supersede the ,A NEW STOREAND Slit.|> 7, N. 103-ly 6J-ly
Report and public meeting,annlventrle and habitual necessity for active aperients,but lend alao COMMISSION MERCHANTS Trust
tract, bombast' Mid flattery, are all very well m to Impart a n'llInl.nd healthy lone to the stomach -- Reparator Capilli Company.

I SMIr place\ but a needy man will longer rement. and bowels. Manufactured lor T.II..f', Florida
bet him who relieve hi* hunter, than one woo Dragglat M.and LIVELY ) -.- New Orleans Advertisements. Throw Destructive away your W.,Mi' i,your twitches,your wig_ -S-

complacently talk of eternal. varieties, and the"rock.vlasUngft.sdom. Apothecary.PERSIAN GOODS. GEO. W. SCOTT, Florida, ,I T.1I.1I0DGJI88t NT. Come aged,come or comfort youthful and,come not worth ugly and a In fair; CHARTERED BY CONGRtSS.orriciR .
.' NEW .1. 1.SMALL WOOD, N. Y. 1 0. U.: POOLE, n. Y. And rejoice in your own luxuriant oalr.I
... -0- -.-
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BEP.tK.tTOR
ABCKDAMT Cmon.-Information received I by -.- ADVANCE ON AND) SHIP COTTON GUMBEL'S HOTEL CAIMM.I. *:

the Agricultural Department, Washington WILL Liverpool, New York, New Orleans or Savannah. rORjestorlnp hair upon bald beads, (froll what
conAnaa HEALING SOAP .-Fu.'t Rcoc1 may boY lollen out) forcing a M. T. HEWITT, President; W. 8. GKIFFiri .
'Vcd.0 '
the ...,Iou report from all aecltoaa. of July 19,184)6.) 89 -rOH- growth of hair upon face, It hoi no equal. First Vice Fresldenl; A. S. BARNES, Second l Ie
will force the hair to 1 President: Rev J. W. ALVORD, Cor. SecrtUr:
the the the grow upon the smoothest (
country concerning prospect of forthcoming Highly Medicated. -
In from five to eight or balr bald beads D. LANSING LAMBERT, Rec. Secrotary 8il
wheat crop. Tbe Indications are that THIS !ROAP CUllEd CHAPPED HANDS, Pllf- T'HC' UNDERSIGNED PECTFt'LLY IN- Families & Gentlemen in from two to three w.ek.. A few upon Ignorant prac L HARRIS, Oen'l Financial Inspector.

if the yield of wheat la all the Stale where that oa the bee. Scald.Head, Ball Rheum the cltlsens of Tallahassee, IIn grab to will be much IndolonllfJeor., Ringworm, Teller Itch Barber' that they have opened l aMERCHANT force or b..n the growth of the hair or beard._ Avenue I). C.
raised ,
tarprtbaauaual.Not Itch. Their Pera.ylllul Washington
As It uiakva assertions
a very heavy \bttner and Us me WATCHMAKER are blue, as thousands of living
oat,has more wheat beea planted, but the dlclual properties neutralise all poisonous subsUo- TAILORING CHAS. L, GUMBE Manager, witnesses (from their own experience) can bear wit -0
I yield per acre promlae to be eel It Is superior to all other soaps for the toilet Ann DIL1 IN nO&. But many will say,how are we to dlstinLmlib BRANCH
remarkably good. and bath, as It remove all ronghne front the ( the genuine from the spurious f .
rue.
L Cunii It did
i This.It alto cheering news atthla.euoaotlhe and make the shIn soft and heillby. ESTABLISHMENT, Fine Clocks Jewelry oppo.le EAnijrctle Square' cult, as nine-tenths of the.,UI I certainly Preparations Open I TAT.ARASSE
Wathes every day ?
For sale wholesale aud the advertised for Ibo halt and
,. The chief retail at Drag Slur of entirely
worth
"a
danger* are peat, and a pretty opposite" the Store of $ Toon $ NIORLEANS; LA. less b.r froual0s.m.lolp.m.andronilitolp.mo.
iorr A Co., In the PLATED and you may have
'. II : correct estimate of the harvest can now be mad*. M. LIVELY. wooden building on Monroe Hired and are fully WAl amounts In their .purchase.alrOd To such we away would large .j
'i If the prepared lo either cut or blO .l'lnLblnl both Together with a general auorluicut -0- try tbe say Deposits atOne Dollar or more reec.ed .
: or lu C'apllll '
J prospect was unfavorable would have Reparator ; cost yon Interest to itS .
the In ,
LalMt wl payable
EiiglUb r'nuch
Styles, and Do'blnl
satisfaction\ German and unless It January
p i the .... of UU -0- guaranteed In FANCY BpauUb spoken here. fully eunice up to
fcrther depressing business allover every Instance, If not ua AHTICLE repre.eotalon. I
>
|isa y They hue on "hand a M.iriU$1.. 8d-3m your Druggist does not keep U, year.All deposits alO >
. ::1 the country, 'but '''N. never much occasion superior stock Spring and Summer a -- and we will forward It,postpaid, together lnol dola required. will be repaid with InterAl due

\ to fear bard lime when there la plenty or For Medicinal Purposes Only I IA WARDEN'S OLD STAND, ceipt for the, money which wi be returned yon on ro All tbe profits belong to 'the depot!ton. _

It1'I\1'' Vkeai owing In from the agrlcultujml region, *.- Cassimeres Cloths, Vesting, Ota Door&.11..,.flank, Nathaniel Hamlen, given.application Address providing, satisfaction \ not cities Branches from New have York been established In tbe and prod",1 i .,
to New .
.. SlTEKIOIl: LOT OF : : 11:0.1111.: \\. L CLARK Orl"u.
.ugs sri akwaaid to look .ell, with the TALI.IAM'I. COMMISSION & CO.,ChemIsts' can be transferred from one Branch lo uoun
ice$3uupertipsoAiiiwhkh TRIMMINGS -0-- MROHT, No S, We t I a)'cue 8lree.8.nuo N. *. without charge or the Interest. '
&o.
g Jn Interrupting .
aorne parts April 19. 18117. .
of the Northern Blalea ha FRENCH BRANDY, 1TILL BE IN CONSTANT RE- 1'Ilr.: al 8 6-1 Invetmeul are only mae In .ccoritk of .
been
somewhat damaged :0. ,
to wblMt they Invite the stlcutlpn of gentlemen.Or VY eel pi of all the new and la !.1..pl..I. Unied Slale 4
Ia by the recent frost*, though If there,. no : Terms flrietly C-uA. teal style of good. In bis Hue.- avua mjgba A XK\V; ORLEANS. ASTROLOCY. Dr. A. B. BTyLAN. f.
: further. WHISKEYS, _.fU W.tcb. Clock and at shun Chm'nAiaOYC0dFRANK 'J
.Ii mlabapa the will be rel.r.d -
crop .e.ery
yet an average LEONAK1) A KKANERT. tice, bv .0rIlu.u. *bavin* 00. W. WE&TER ,
.lftA f one. March 13. 1861. 61-ly Watches elrl.nee BXHBIMCCS;
';t' 'PBoarvcn MADEIRA AND SHERRY WIN ES, at hi* shop.al any >:tbrl a* or carefully South.repaired (ifu. U'ui. lUiU'y, I TH WORLD ASTONISHED May 14, 1807.68-3mw Cber._ :-
OF ran CovvoCaoP.-The proapacU AU work warranted, if"ell!! uwd. KlrkKir A Jubutua, >Talhibassee, Fla..
of the present cotton crop,* anything but PURE HOLLAND GIN Ac. at CITY HOTEL June, IbUl. 7.-ll (I. W i A. M Sc-Olt A Co., I TUB WONDEItCVL ItETELATIONg W.'e. Arr.|.._f93* per ...'* "
f i uvorable. Taw cold weather baa, we underaund. Dr.Tlool. u, .I MADE BY THE OB WOO Pan CI- T. PH""' UCoatwiasiow.
, cut ,U I. H. r.Qulael/ CHEAT ASTROLOGIST .1OID
very ort-la many place not more A ", _the above 5itrT or!i
91
thsaMlfa.tand. In flew of the crippled con M. 1.1" ":'." $' J, L. McGUTFIN, Proprietor MYERS & CORMAN IDbal o 10Iu.r, Madame H. A. PERRIGO. mi.\1 to active, Industrious* ent* st 'Jf. _,
; "
t dition of the country, u well M the scarcity of ked Ioatccl bome.to introduce an article of Ixlwpriuaw o.

r iII f Cent* at this cr1.1., It would no doubt lo a -0- TALLAHASSEE, FLA. OKALUtS ) 1bo<.. 1 VIU'lon o Co., }Madison SHE reveals secrets no mortal ever knew. She in every household. For full particulars i. O, 1
W. JACKBON
Lt C.llllb. to G. ll.
bleaalng to every burner that the whole happiness those who, from doleful .
'' of the cotton crop could become extinct for at -.-- Watches Us (. .. Wiu bt.Ko., }i l Lake City.Fd events, Cltrl'bt' crosses in love loss of relations ) 11 South Street, Baltimore,). .
L .t leaat two yean to come. We understand tliut Jewelry Silver and I.ton Son I and < I. of money, &c., b.v become de b,21.181. 7Iw41'a.a.
PROPRIETOR Relln : c
.
b there fenuer -0 rpllE OF TillS HOTEL INX I spondent. She brine together long -
are many who hare Hardnay A I TbotuasTille Ga. Lboe :
heretofore : ,
en form the MiKlntou f rives HAYWARD
t 9 ::aa public geiirnlly sod tnvelrra l>ar- le. InformAlon absent friend WM.
lived Independent UIKJO their own exertion that Ocular hot be still llvr. and hold forth at Ibe PLATED WARE FINE GUNS Jau, 1 141.. JM, concerning or R
ro'or"lot ,tells
property tbe
f' bare not : you
now on band --
a above
month's proviajoua IlceU of old. To bit Irieudt b. 4
sat but you are best
Real Estate
bave BO (rain crop In anlkipaUuu, and are fall. c cr / Ullle, as be lucia sure or tbi-iu-but tt> all(trit-nds, Table and Pocket Cutlery and R. B.J> what you ,,'1 be most'wll.d to, pursue cause, and In Agent,
speedy
locUlbp effort to procure preaent aiulonauce acquaintance and ttrauuurt,)be would say that II.eoawuur. OST. A..M.. HOBBY, m rri.g.. tells you the very day will .j
: by fivinf lieu npoa their eoUre procpecUve cot- ::a .to furnlaa tba uc..l aciamuiodulloni and FANCY GOODS. gn.;| yon the nale Ilkeucu and ctumrUrUUcs you marry if CAMBRIDGE, :HARTLAXD. ,
ton crop*.-/bary County,(Ala.) Jityutor.Tbe u fare lb. city affurd. POST & HOBBY your very thoughts, and FOR SALE aDllmberorAIUtS.I-; ";
. I _. -0 Meals will be furnUbeil at any hour to suit the t ,: late Iroet did a good deal of dauiax In en :::! trawler. There a aueBAR Juiyblatd. bf General and bidden my*'" .of the future.uny.il the star or fruit growing, cnvnl.nt.IIU.I.o. *a lr" J"
Teooeatee. TbeOolumbia Commission we see in the B3lfiWOrl! '
. J MeraUiuyi: "The - tIrIment-the malefic star that overcome .bol. .lbln' to 8 hour of I
.,, {i cotton crop that Will up baa gone down. Corn >- = ROOM Merchats or predominate in the configuration-from the eta t;
In the bottom I\I badly bit but aspect and position of the All Ii h
will coiue out it AGENCY. SEW ORES, plunet and the fixed cmmllalcloD prowptl1.uendo ;
fit.l well worked. The wheat-the crop In which :c CO itUrbrd lo th. Hotel, where tbe beat liquor tan Sov. P.1S. LA .. future in the be*wns at tbe time of blrb.she dednce M.cb l.l w. -; ', .>
2
; .. feel the destiny of man. Fail r-
' i moat tarest.-.o .br a* we can learn 01)RRSONS... be found. o to the
.I ;? Iavghurt. The motto of thl* lintel hiss It lwtt bat .brcn, f.lKIT.T :rttc" Awroloirirt on earth. It cot yon but a Tax Sae..WakuIlaCOUfl'!
.. l.tI1EiioLs1: and yon
McINTOSH & Irl. may never again have favorable
41. The BeBelUTUleA) nwur Friday hut W*strive la Flca'e." OSBORN, Ia fburcre. .... .*.. Urlraat opportunity. Consultation fee, with 1 .
\ I anyt wUblax their PKEUCKfrTIONU cve- Junll>,_Isbd. __ NOlyM. tnd d.lred \kele. '
ii thMthuewn.sheavyfrvatiothatphacutbeday., and that the crop: tile cotton Dud L tuHj and rorr-'ll1l'ut and up al all houme,wilt Real Estate Brokers A BROlSSAl. co.> Importers, ofer It tow distant*can laforaoa.1 M.me p..rl. with lit equal I SEL at-Crawfodvm.00 1UUOWIat the i
slur* day night.
t iteclally ny open much
' .;: S. Irt'aad tatibfaction to **lf[ In Monday 1.
ELKIN'SLivery person. 74 li1
crop, were materially and tbemeJc.
'I M. LIVELY:: TALLA1US3EE, FLIUD4 ARIETSGEncUb Enamel American 11111 The Ironton (Ohio) &guter MAfllNG.-itt Oil qDlr. answered ". enclowd, a thereon for the 18ti5to-wlt. ;
aa>*: Our ol J. --0--- o nails ttlna. by year 113.n4ti .,
eat farmer and Sale Stable WISDOW 10 j'I".Cooa. on of price above mentioned. La No 4. ,8. 103, 111.uS. l03' ,
aay they sever have aean such SIIADF.S Table reelp The
prupecta *- Ural hating formed oxLolh'.butlncw rrlu- strictest 11 and rrrer1 <
J for all kind M fhiiU rl'll CRUMI1..CLLTti13..1)rugcet PIO l.ove. will be and correspondence ,45 W, HartnUd1. surrey [
a* are vWble in the of mllaDo -
now on "D' principal Um uiied a fi.
r7. I every baod.. They declare alan tile Fluid HIS\\ OLD STAND brlow Bawl shop I i> cl. L. Mate*, TRTAISL.Repe. Woled. returned or Re of the B. Degranlnreed. '
x BOW reaee
same voncemlaf Darby's Prophylactic VT prepamd lo place Lumber Tnuu. Damask, order V I Q
rlllu. lalgbei furnished those NK EW $
I a hire "be found llorw and tll. Write ofS\
can
Putfy JffZ
wheat. In localiuea\ MilU, n"UiT'1E desiring Lbem of8e48
some it U a fuot and City Properly and rttote located i l'O\'ERISUUneD aol Cotton PIII'lbe day of the month (iaO)acre u V"i i
I tone or huddle Hone at*U lime He bu owL In Florida, year IDeb you "
aMltLlgkand.vytklck. returned AJma.. Georgia, 'IIOII"Lo CORNICE8. .er enUotine a mall lock of hair. Section IB 17 20 and 21. Towu.hlp 51 tf 1
4 -1'Olt SALE AT Till: DRVQ STORE: Or from Kentucky and re-NUbllthai bit But to Ibe beet npu 'I Band, Pin, etc. "
Oaowuia Rio. A L1 ble, and confidently the liberal wv.at AprU1itLaU7. ..4"1bDun H. A. rE indW.Sectloas27,2UandT4. .I g
abort time ago we 1111. LIVELY, expect palruuage of l-f utBn IB the Building tialrt 134-ly RGO. I
old fritfnda u iu do M.ra. BIL up I P. O. Drawer 8v8 Buffalo, five hundred and twenty acre of e* 'l4 f
\
IAbucb. by. M l'EEN
who g"a. .
i planter, gave u* hi* IdW about YdSTV1 T.V l BOKN. II April 19, lad?. SAW Section s3StSJSnd3oTSK ,
-0PANAOEA Jan :
1.1"1. 8t-l,
J
lice evltnre in laal aection of the $tate. lie Ha h. ...1, lit nA. I BARK BITTERS tIl Sec W,f 5, K 3, 8 and W, property of .McIntPJoaca. ,
' 'I ted that from four to ten barrel c/Ucaa rice ran - PERUN .
be usually made from an acre of ground, a barrel: PANACEA !II! 4 0 ,WHISKERSMUSTAOH'ES .A.MCCOOK.T..CPBWMay ;.
P. B. DROKA W'SLIVERY 8
KNIGHT CELEBRATED
,, t weighing 880 pound Nearly a* moth rice ran .ts TOSle. A CERTAIN 14. 1S67. 6H-3mw_ _
f. be caadefrOB irrigated flelJ TrE FUR FEVER AND p&rIS AKD _
from
a* elJa not ATTORNEY AT : '
''| 1nfc I4.- One man can manage fifteen acre of ASl'FPLf Pauace of that,original fur sU and by world renowned AND SALE LAW, -0-r-. Notice.SIX .aj

r f rice not irrigated or t w ell ly-1\\Ye acre irriBa led. M.UVELT. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, G L tOlSi.t BRO'l 59 St.. S. 0. MONTHS after date I will pr''I.
I The birdi hare to be watched and the rice pro 5 Age0 CoauzoD by Dr. TVDRCED to grow upon the lace I Is from and vouchers a* amlltrn \
0- Pert imOhe'
1l ..... about three wetU. before harvest Rice -0LONDON STAIILES.TALLAUAS8E. -A .C.'bolle Drn .. 124 !, three to h" weeks by acing SEOSE'd estate of Jotepn J. Dawblna. 4"- 1a.

I anar bo planted late in June, after the overflow COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ew ". [ApiUj, '67. Cbr.:11 RF.TAl-RTEIR C.plLIRE joe.7 mot won Probate of LeoB eounyr. SCOTT13it'

Md Make good crop.fosfwt, La. &u r. BROWN STOUT FLU1UUA. ion TUG iiirruuM surts, Beard and Hair in almost ag upon the AprU9j46T. 5t5-duiw JtRAU .
r.L -4'U. -A ..W 41- ii.Grubb b" I
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*i by 'b. elite LSodoYwkb
Lake ( b J of Part and
J BUGGIES, WAGONS AND 1IAK- .1)Florida.YTILL ue
Pmitrsm.. BraaLMqiTB OK MAUUAOB Cxai- IMPORTED OARRIAGEiI. m.IIL.leg.llc. Notice.
) GItNVUiE ARTICLE for sole by D will Same of all pnrcbwen .
( uv..lat.L 11
IIOIL-.G.tWgS fraud Train, in speech It. LI fEU.0 General Newspaper rettr I i* not after Crat
ajecent - PRACTICE all ea arID pllhrva
la the Slat Advertising gives
and Federal SIX KOS tb
to New York:, aaidt"Qmz I Court funa V"? IlaD { '
v la and la the cheerfully EIII' ,
IDdlae .
aaodcnj mairalge aerrioe should read of Lb. United Fur., Collect I Lumun buprcme l.ourt* 41J Descnilil v. cireuLara al aeud jrf the l deceojed, I Jw.cbae "
ifeVJ Cacrma->WUi you take thin brown HENRY HICKS tr"c Govrrvmeni.auo i the ('01.LEtTguTAU.ARASliR ., U E. Addrex BEKt .monl mae free. the Jadga of Frobot of I.auv 1 .

I .aaaW aroal, thai carriage: ands pan, and Iheke dia- Choice Havana Segars .4. :T, 2.3 River ,N. T. Sole Agee4n t No. y1catO
I.
P .....III' &117...s.wlaubud' Te*.-{Lau h- COSTIS"'U TO DO ALL KINDS.; OF' WORIt S FLORIDA.SPECIAL I.'audi J. Troy the JOHN McDOCGAlL
-WUlyotjtok* thai unpaid miUiiier' bill, D Apr M, laat April 80.U6L toS- ni 1 _
....hgb wataraUi at foreign hair these aJf'pIWoII.a THOSE who like the*oUe afforded Ryatienoia UUvk.saitlkl.& U.......... ICE ICE !M! attention gIven to tbt of 811 -
tkm.. -i! feeble coiutitution will be grmUfled to know that a chute: At hi*old stud below Mr. Elkin't Livery Sm.sbls." tu 0 tl.lll aid eoontv CuLol : Notice. :"

gir i7\ wedded wife r (Loud laaghler J 1"...-. article may W k4 at till l>rog*turt of wber k* ,.IU b. pleased a.o.... bi* old palrou aid I oil order> E tiny'o JfK ARRANGEMENTS along th. line of TO FILL Apr I. 1.1 $ Shot, Nails, &c. SIX MOSTH ae the Scat pubi1' o '
? TM; the public generally,and attend to their order nlN a"I
wvrt 17'-17'911 haajooed together let the wultpromplae urnWi it 1B*..,\aanoty drtlred ta the JUST Doc te 'lwi.t
Ji Md bJt IBM m away with *o that the first M. LIVELY. tiiv.Lireacslh.Jaib.:5.; **and do their. work la a superior wanper. TslL.h4>*e ,a renat rate. cL ,. RECEIVED UOT. PWDu .t and Cma 44. J

t."i .cne eomrt "/ ta.r &* aeunder.' MaIvh.Ito?. : 1.ft.: SS Apr!,., 17- W W I MYERS. }'ApntIeiis.\ORSG, EITRCS 59 01.ill F.kind fl, fr lei Cp Crockery sal Woe..\\a for sat by It l o Pro of B.Leon cooniy CROMABTlE apll" wb", J'

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