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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: August 6, 1867
Publication Date: -1867
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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."
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From the ".la Correfpondcncr 0 the X. "Y. Time*. -i-n-jo; members by this. Even Rome np In the burtr I was l hopelessly ticsicged I. and that-Lee ;a-; : had the power to do II(, for Mr. Lincoln had rendcrcd the five lint tee "I' siH'letyj I they 'arc-rough; ;-surgeons. V Advertisements.M. -

ftl1d-ftthl!!! ALEXANDER STEPHENS. Ch"llkc country, "hl'r the Union scutinunl in 1"'I\"lmlll. I (thtti saw clearly that nolhinir I tho Uxecutive omniHitcnt| t, and Jolinsm Mr. llreely deals with the Issues In American Gity .

'AI ) In the n..II.I'.nl. sent n secess-ion del would; come of It"_as Indi-ed, It will be remembered. might have: done almost an} I thinf w ith t Hint iires, history as a funfirl Lhr.'n.lhnnLft.Inl'lhOfI

nrr TO HIS HOVE-\ IGW 0:TiE WAR. AMI ON egate. I went over myself, to the Court-house nothing did for though Mr J(lopbensi (lire tx-foro rongrew picked it and tiII\,11I1I, bull of Irealiuinl,. Unit wo'lildbo placed in discussing '
NATIONAL PI.III. yonder to vote, ami! the'niom was filled with drlnpitiU i went dow'n the James river to V'urtrew Monme, 1 11'. lie was oppnorxl to I thin Con-
T.e."T, A. e, I$7. iwiple, w ilh wet raddles In their hands, he w ss not received.PTR .: Amendment for the reason that If lirorgin was In-ippticahlo if we have regard lo Iso naluro of

.. COTTEIISATIOS.Mr. w ho had comn tlmniili the tlo Or A rltAc.l1"oh'S.'RT..
immense difficulty. 1 made them a little s "-ccli '( imestinii nil, and if she was a Stale In the I DI' the moralists, ha flouted Talcy because he
( btoplicns has never been nuurl"l The ro there, and I sai.l then that 1 feared the rain In connection wltli the {mice question and the Union (thelirasnfp/ was not prepntvd K ronsilIntfoual did nol recogni/ a IlorRIl'n" In man, anti TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,

suit h thai life rh "Liberty Hall" take on a very would lose Ill the 1'11'11"1.n'l I so it ulIui.ai'intr ." VliicUuicc, of thin liichmond authorities to Fire rm. He however ni.tile a full expression hu thought l it I'ntryanll Wayland were burned % jiLL attend to all bualness In his line entrMto
any countenance to efforts looking in that dirrri of Jiia views m-onttiui lion in and their
on II Cicero, Ik Ojfh-iit, inbstitiited place V hi* care. Can b ionndathk *VabUiillw
free and easy character. There are no pcoUringps.rtuD or THE ( f.Eonoti) V6NTI0N. ,i lion, Mr. Stephens told me a strange story,w hlrh sHtih| diltxttvl on the Sid: .','"rnllt)., I- ,II.lie It would bon great improvement. Ho spoke Rawl ihop. .

( charmingly pestering) womi'ii folk Mr. Stephen was elected/ Irt the Conventionofomr I iM-lleve. has nl'yeroI'I'n published, of thin fate of fore the Ororgl-i' Legislature, by I the riiinvl| otlint highly of one or two of Swccdenliorg's I Ixtok* Jan. 1,117. 8l-ly p4'

-P around tu alienUoaaOcl break the roiniNMlire casa Union '.'. '. Tin Union 'sentiment I unfortunate peace emissary from the North 1M,"'. The key note hn'Irm'k was that I IC t that ho h'I.IIM'I'1I' reading. His Idea of futuio :

of call \\a smoker and was at first considerably In the majority, ,' I It apxars| that In the spring of If(H a pcr-on lihl'tl"a_ lo Im prcsm'ed, mid llie tlllnrlll1"111" I Ito pnnisliment Is Hie only rational one, for It I I.
Advertising Rates' Ili.e.| a great nsl'l but the disunionists pushed the fight a FoutraHft. nnmitl ('nbllll.1'ro1ll one of the Western Slates' Iwperix-tualed' U must Iw by hi ill lnlC I it t hackIn against reason to bclleva In a vindictive deity." JESSE T. BERNARD .

myself OOe"hat of I rotary of the w ced, we "The disappointed amliiilon of-,w ho had expected was t taken prisoner at Olusteo Vesn l'nlllll" Ihe principles, on which II was made. I In that asked bun if ho had known Lincoln and lie ,
fell In In t to succeed, Dnehanan carried him to great Florida: hither he had for the of ATTORNEY AT LAW I
or T.aSEMIWEEKLY soon pleasant rapport, ali p1 the ) I gone purpose I tillllllllllllll ho Ihlnklli might bo made to embrace ..il1'" "rv well we were In Congress logelher -
lengths. That man could have saved (Georgia. being taken prisoner, and thus gaining ...lruiLj r
sitting on tire smoking all chatting: mi. I the continent mid endure lor all hIctue1.AVK5 and Lincoln; was one of (Ice Seven Voting AND
.laz7. ( In the Convention It was urged that we must secede j t.III'1 w illiin lie Confederate lines tin his l'/ll" Indians," who ho salt
FLORIDIAN tIer the oaks.. Mr. AM FnpPI"n' 1'1111qlll"y they were, Solicitor in
onle gt Stephens* -that there would be intestine strife if we ture Cabull was taken to Andcnonvillc, from ( were -inbcra of Chancery,
Congress
they seven nu consistingof
Immediately opened subject of the war byranie did not-that the young men (who w ere mainly which phcp ho wrote letter M Stephens, who Mr I Strilirns| freely admIts that neitro. oniriujrei Stephens and Uucoln, together with Tooml, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.1tT" .

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA: kind nllnsions to certain poor contributions aerearlunlata) would regard the old men as trait > was then at his home hero, netting forth that lIce i 10 a li ors. And then there was the great fact that w miter hllII'llln. after consultation w ith lice lea One 'Kinar(10 Mlnlo*line,or 1 le,i,) trtl'l Inwrtlon, |tOne 00 : to Its history by the present writer. f'rml the South Carolina w.as out and olio must be sustain peace men in the West and Washington, It'ttte them without, the protection of \hit would and I Campfiell for the, of .Florida of Who In 1 ten"I7_ July SI, 107.. 58-ly ,

tvuut,t Intertloni, ,* 11 5 military part of the war, In which he takes a ed. But had we not lost our l'lIlulII'I"gRII'II..)' w ith the lew opening negotiations. for a itsalionnl lie m
OD.IqUrl..I..rtlon.. k. .. -. 1M great Intercit, he diverged to Its civil and politl that rain we would have been strong enough to : the war and that ho desIred to be .1- ".1 I "sincerely hotn| IOn| and If It dm* I hllIlIM- Ito /I'VI'II Jonng (Indians" from their alertness WM. S. HOOTJE
And It this nu for lei than on. month.. One month, or cal secession its dictate our own terms to the '"_,lonlss| and lnuel In \jolt Mr. Stephens. I cot this letter liete lice long e\| In t Our
aspects, rights all w roiiir, < IM'liIIt-RI.kirllll"hwork. -
more aa follows: t instead supjiorting Carolina on the line of se- i Apiil and immediately wrote to ItTchmond, inked TherviiiMin he not dow a HoTwiiuet ille IVoin Ihelilirarv the iM 1 ho had wonderfully ATTORNEY AT LAW
/ people during war, a
the nature and history of the American Oo,ern 1'1'11,11111',10'" s of that ( )- ,
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cession we would have been abut to saw ,.ml I i that he sliouUI be allowed 1 to come up and see me.I i.tllllf"lh..II"| ( notion to Lincoln's
ment t the conduct of the rebellion, to lilt, own sec to it that South Carolina comes hA'fl1 j I, In reply received word that an officer wmikl lx litleal |itilliwoiihrr toitehlnir thn file ol the neproon erroneous. as Intellectuaability. % MU.AHA8SER, FLA.VtTlLl. .
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relations thereto. As IK- Iii I Iengglllln Is revolutionary times," he continued, "a phra" Is sent t to ascertain what Cnball had to Hut lIds eonthu-nt 1 I. and agreed' w ilh him that the To sure, ho cry lilllo Idea of the
I U I II J.J j I II yon may awnr. say. tint cute nf tIme rVdcral (tI..nrnlll.1I1 but ho wasa -0-
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Writing a work on the \Vnr Bvtn/een often a greater 1 poweri wtll.-they gpl-tip) the this was never dour, and in June I rcvcd n rre dotiiuil lo go dow n hc>| >re Iho Saxon wise man And I knew the heart of lIce people .
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4 0 1' phrase 'we can make belter terms out' than In,' | another letter from I'alinll stating that ho, Was dy rnee Aflrr UiU ho llinrlt."t to a1"1I1I.llIulI give |i'rc'lnh't| attention to iny bmlneniIT
'I'II-ft he.
$101 |ll W '*,' Siaie. It I Is, however, at I gather, to be a and that carried Georgia into soceKsloil." ."Was ing oll.IIM'jt lnlt Intercession on his behalf. I on 8laeryhli h had nil 835 Ix-en smwly tnHundemlooil trail' In ishult-is' resembled Andrew Jacknun. -. cnnnrrlcd wills his prnfeMlon.Hrlme -V
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11 'ltj'III'I81 Insight In fa'iles, like .1iethi nmlin Congrvx In tie Room
I 40 4t of the Clerk of
IS! M 14 I and which ; lh.torreme -
Illf'nt MnlKiiivmer
I rejranU'd iw
a 10 18 lop S0< 4S 61, M M M monograph rather than a history anil will trent the question submitted! the |IwilitihirOte f- nu Indignant protest to Klchmond.bnt heard his speeches were mumly, a siring of ance- Court, at the L'npliolJnly .
4 ve4468686868R8'I7B' '! only of the causes, conduct anilTesullsof "No." "0,) yon think there w a. l'nlnn sentiment I, nothing further ol the matter till July when I IT : for llio (Hoiithrrn lilutlon, i t>ur system( dole'-an anecdote and I then soiu". I Ho I Invented Itf. 'Hi. 6017McQueen
I I 118 M M 70 1 81 85 W p'III.olnlsll ( enough to have voted down the oulinance f ''got word (from' the commandant of thin postal he reinm 1 keil, n as nut III all of (the character of but 11/,
oil 11 48168 M' 81 co 161tJ0104108 lCllon. He shrinks from I think likely ; but we were swept along by 1 Andcrsonvlllc (that Culmll was deadl" Human $Iit: \cry' It wn: I the fiibonHuiitiun mail of Hicm { Ih.II.tl' generally extremely
68 W 101 108 114 I U8 very apt ntiil n flill! roller-lion; I hem would
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7 tl of nmrlild that ould l he of lnlh'rlnirote I nhould hrtvp
the amount w required an certainly
,a1oe11oaim1M1o!, anatomy tho sw ift advancing realities of n ar. "
$84 I bo of thin of I Mcintosh
l 8 1IIF. IIIICAIIO one most Interesting trunks.
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1 an I believed in tIt' equality -
141 In "N'o ,
a roniplrlc hiilory. righl-hearlecl
10 I 66 8 lO Ia Itlll IM 114111 OI.IMIIW: OK Tint F.AIll.Y WAH-l A\s. Slepheus, bailed I the I Democratic \ ,\ciit'nt liatI of the\I.UIIIIIII.I11.II.1' | and Ilicresnent heeliIvrvtl To my question If ho belieed.Unit. there are I

l '$ .107us 11 18 t4 18 Confederate, he olcrvcd to me, "(11 write thc Much to Ids surprise, Mr. Stephens w us selected I found embodiment lu i Iho Chicago ;platform ,as Inlo a In lilt clliiiuW'li'iil thlatuitslii.iti. It slIl'I'rllftlllrnllllfilll'IICO, and In-'piiitlion' that move ATTORNEY LAW [
Ml 11 1 MMwi of the war|IlL like A mnn I i (lie men (a quest)Ion that'grew mil of a lilllo discussion i ,
11 raking "
IIU f 111 in IM I hl810r woullH as one of the delegates from the Mnteof Georgia the first ray of light Unit I came Illuminate N true nur s)lim 111'1'.1111.111) tinproMincnlsnnd
M 1 '" 14< 141 ITS 104MS te 10 up al.1 exposing to \' and crnirs ol lo Montgomery. I He hesitated two daj s, and darkness of the wnr And. following, out hlslille amelioration'' and, Ihl"I' would havo 011'. we had, ns (to Stonewall' Jackson's, character,)
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14/1/ 11 I in his brother. Stephens Is perhaps the only' man dictate that Ihe For be roplied that, according to Urn iloi'tilna of probabilities WlU. practice In any of Ihe C'mirta when ble
f. 18 ti t l finally consented lo go only from a uf duty ntllOlhnRllwly) : aiding and foMcrlng Manirili, Ihe yeir Ix'ton1 (the wsr this Oeoriflu are doalred. *Mice
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41 who could. If he would, M rite the secret, internal ,' held I Iho Sloii h'lh""lhIIL.L' least np italn.
II by ,
11 li I N'orl I inliiline .
11S Ml to aid In saving what cmild IKunveil uf constitutional ptiiccajnlluicnloflhtf h,his It..in'.ol oonfic, / came \I ilhill 11111' vole of rcunuv.log Marine Rnnk HiilUlloir.
| 10111'14 11 11 ',1, history of the Confi'derncv, and, as ho is not so "I tl'/-'nr.11\1''' as I Irlihrmc' ," said he"te.ly
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II4 16* liberty in the |x'ndnig general disruption w ill to given hearty reKimuso (to Ibis 'lfort- 1"111I"I negrtH-H. I'n! di-uiliility In regard to March W, 1HH7. MWilkinson
I 8 14! ti 18 1 t 1111 Helm 1 nsM minded, n great deal of It will die with) him.- which. seemed to he determined. on. by. one The I emocralio, parl> said he, w as pledilcdlo rftittiiifj. I It t waionlontslili, intrrlerrnrc that I soul and!! _spirit!!: 'h.nl !(the, .1 doctrine -V _

Ml 4 10 lI 171 1 .I 1 nolim4S The work on w hirh he 111"1 engaged cannot side,and not seriously objected' toon Iheollier. I He make proO' uf a pn>| II! I t 11 I 180 | t II) l fail to very high value ; it need not, however It I Is it there I Is lorciirn agontN before him. 1 do not, sea why tho spiritual Call
140 187 ln"I': took an active part In the fonnition of (lie Constitution toJ'all Ilia Stales. tine was rather a kin- Intermeddling In ".llIll'hftnlt"f ,
t U 11'lI If 11 111 II t"1.MOl BIB 1 h tic looked for soon, as it Is yet In no considerable for the Provisional Co\! eminent. guriK ticket and tIny would have, done butler( Iho friends of reform mil, uI stays put in the altlitudd sonso that which reachus, .cit toward the I'll-
.4 \ tni Ill d.'gr of forwardness. I seen, may not bo cultivated us well as Iho bodily COUNSELLOR AT LAW
& lO l 11 I tl I mil 1 The day before the adjournment of the Contention 1"lVetnk1I an oIlL.lllhl.IIIII..llt'e) | But w hit- nl'.I111'"lhll.l.lh the enemy. ,
Ie KMis MI IMMO V
t:! B 10 1 1 I I TI EHHOHS OK TI1K IHlfTII. the different delegations. had nu'clings ut ever might have been Mi'(.'Icllan's persona! theta "The c..nll'r .11111.,' sa'Ct| |h, whlili nlwnjsseemeil SeOul nr Ihe. IIILl'lIl'cLIIIIII'olll"Iul othr... TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, \

I may generalize the conclusion of n long wl.le their rooms to consult In regard to thin Important| > I he wouUl have rrprc.cntcd llhl'( I\lall'-ltIfht'l.. r. to mo a gigantic piece, of Irony truly *v.. lie went on to tell mr mine rcniarkahln phenomena attend to CMC In the ConrU of FlorUn
The above rate are oar LOWEST CASH Pae. of choice of .: 1'1'1111\1'. To be elected, lie "olllt presaixl ,10'\\8 ou that had como w llhin thn rango or( our own WILL
spreading talk regarding the conduct of the South question a Stephens was ty. your III"'ryt" In tha Uollnl States ConrU it WMklnff-
Adnnl.eleotanamJolo by the CasH will "ay i South n m guilty of two great present with the Georgia delegation. It "its uch n number of the Stales, that w ilh thro of -V Surely but, that I speecli IIHI h.II'CIII11IKIIII' experleiiro ncconipaliicd with 10111' .101.11 which, Inn Cltjr. Claim for Collection will receive proniMailentlon.
reel" "e1ton. mistakes-the first was nvm n and the there stated that South Carolina did not w Uh to lot South them wouM. hate hct-n a twoflintsmajority. dersliMHl. I 1IIiIIIIII regiird l lIf icu strut a* enlultliHhtngany Tom tlielr ghostly characlor, ln'lliliil din hour. In I

If the money, doe not cover the number second the object for n hich the ,III.'a made, bring tilrwlU'l any name, aol, thought (Georgia Together I' might have rcsfllrlnrsl new IJurfrmufiil,, ,i thin fiovernmrnt which wo wl'rl'l for It was mnv Iho very hitch-. Jan. I, 1867., SI

Insertions ordered, It will be a les number to-wit, inf" "m'l.' Add to these a third, name should have It. 11(,. Stephens' personal choice, tho Virginia and Kentmky Kesolnllons an< 8. remained I'Ilv as It was under thn Constitution ng (bun nf It when Rra\e\anU, vawn. Finally
1.lerd ly the errors in the and was Toombs, whom ha rl'IIII'tI.llIIlhp, I mint pow* lablished peace on a penimnent hll 18." lie "111' and llIlIlllI' I did w as lo dellnn the Ihrtn of lh.4alk '< away allogellier and wo to bud.

of .. ment of the war lh'i It lit Dlanag. erful intellect of the South There, was, ,however .M.III a steucli| at Auuusin, made sonic mcmii). otlr social hletanliy.:' Then" ho added t I' The (Such inn most Inndeqiiuto count ulI| t day's A. J. PEELEBATTORNEY V

No proposition wlU b* entertained for payment shall endeavor Iii the subsequent part of this I letter : some mention made ofSuphens lilm-Hf for favorable to meeting (tlic. proposition the Democratlc win hi, however. nould hit; 'i' glten n* n bad converse with this remarkable man. 1 sincerely AT LAW.TALLAUASSEB. 4

la latbl.bit Cuaamt Moon for ad vert ial DC- to develop sonic of the leading, points he made thc office | but ho then slated, Unit he "" l-lieil to party; (hut 'It.' was condemned" by the name | there cut n gn
or copies, oily, of the paper will b. seat in regard to these several matters, and first of all be counted out-that even should, lie !h-> chosen w hollll.. Thin South slmerely wrmlnlMr. alxiiltlialliiilne He flmnld. gl\P I Ihe lo thin reader In will not )Imo violated Dial FLA..

to Id"nl'N. nnlea* an agreement to the ns to unanimously, he would not except, unless he MIW. J.ln".llIl'lH'll'l'trd., ami Mr. Dn\ls"al lImit jute, new I Uovcrmnenl I I but I loM idem 'ynll nenl courtesy owe the gc'nhlit hearted Hicaker.SpociolNoticcs.| Office up Stain over the StaU Bank. .

contrary made.In epl i ,HTkriiKMi' POSITION ON $. .$ ION. that ho could, n1l n cabinet that would agree in a speech at Mncon, expressed' his \lews In .len not trouble JOIIINI.1'ta IIhlllllll".1, tho world Will Jan. 1,1H.I7. St-i,
solid 1 Bauer, ten with an average of nine ; upon the line of policy on which lie I thought (the inylng (that tho only w ny to m'ike spaniels l loro. give us just Ihe lIal11. .,'nll call vour enemies| -V
loN. As I have said ho lrI.II'lol na I prodigious war should bo conducted" I llillirrlo I the, name you was to whip them !" V they will call us Hie AY.i.AHI; //,.-,' .
words &the Una, or 1 *, make a square- political Lhlnllr. I must now add that of OI\llIlla,1.. hardly been mooted, but at this I' ._. '. = JAMKN T. MAC1MRB,
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secession. TilE ruSFKUKII: : < V \ I'lM'OTIsM.'
All Contract imount of he believed In the perfect right of
length of time IfnilN are lied wlO by above rate., .pe.n4 Tills brought up In our talk the whole vexed point some that four member States came had)IlIall.1li.1 agreed 1 to prcwnt he understood .Mr.Davis. -. I hud In the course of our talk, many Interim- Did ton go (lo llie I'tiiichthL'Itl, .( ('cuuiti'ui lion," V. 1"- mal AND 1'( IHm.-Tho sisslycrastict.mutci Attorney and Counsellor at Law

to confine their adventilngstrictly to. .their question of the sovereignty of the Slates, a theory This. was something nl'I i for, D.ivli' aspiration log revelations of the Inner. w orklnen <>f the RlelimondUovernment I nakeit", 'and, what cli iou 1 think of Hint movement j from all rcllon of tic. ruiinlr; fin friilYnnorrtmmlli' AND
r'qalr held 3Ir. and believed by him ? tU1'AII' ., I I. a prmif rnnrluiilt., lust they *r*
own onles otherwise pllpnlnlrd.Per firmly by Stephens had been to lie at the head of Hie army audof its rh'lIll1l1l millury SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
b.I.. to bo Uio ,sole conservative principle In the American rather than In tho Presidential elinir. It was |Hlily. It. war meamires, ccpetiully were (nluiudvcrted "YI'8, hl'rt'J"hll'.l. "I I wcnl 'lo I'lillsilelplila Awl working thai wtylnlu. pnMlu Htntn The "m.lleonil.lol ..

-.- Government, without which It runs Into n proposed to send out and ascertain if (lie reMitt| ,on mottt w\enly and promlitul. for I hud many urgent letters from t the North.Bui .- kATTu'N OLIC!M'IT.t the great Unman Mr. Office up iuln, In State Bank Building.t. .

mere government of the nnnlrlalmlJoly. all were true.' Tho case was found to bu as stated. among these, conscription, w hti"I. h Slepheus regarded I as soon us I got \Vnnliinifton, I saw Ihv InliiiMit' Ito llli *inall.iii, NiMiralKlii. Tuuthaiio, llnul ji, lM. 43M.

.11.IPO! I ending one ewlly 88"hlr. sinN al Imflo The delegation then said 1111'I. \ wlhMr.Stephens ( as an enormous Htmilrr. and a flngrknt. movement w as doomed' lo nlure.. I Il I had. not (Iho ai-ho Huraln., *o. itA Y1'uS'M101(' It'UK fiw DUrlura _

Annum ;,. ., $5 forms orgovcrnutoiit ultima In d for the second office, and to this he (being violation of the very" prlnelplii df. w hich the ..r elements of SIIITCM In It It should, have been (rramu., tliollo r.liii, |1.1.1',4..1 I ami KAY- 0. ParT, t. D. WMTOOTT, JI.5 .
0 v.Ill certainly not reiwrt my feeble attempt to absent from tho hall) ,unanimously elect was waged on the part of thn Nnilh. TIII mado ns froo as tho 'u'IM'1| | nUll thrown ojicii to TON'H DYKPRITIO PILLs uro his brat rcKiilntiira Sir ,,

six aaMlh, .1 T. 8 0 break a lance, on thin high 1.11. v lilt this master ed. "The office" ho ohsered ""U not unplens- suit was," he obsened I. "" that as thin war is cntpti, all-old rebels, CopHilriiclH| 1111.1" hat not, -all the Mjr.l.m I la Ih.evnlry.Vor SPY WEstcoft
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th.- I 0 logical Cendnl. He went over the whojo' Ing to me ; It was free from rl"INIIISihllllj'| > and desertion nbw>nleelsm, iissiimiil 'I't.sll/lllu |roHirions. that-favored 11I leliirn lo llie Coiiniiiulloii It Mia In TallahMw lijr Urriarf A Ar ll'r milT. & '

No iberlptlon. taken for a shorter period than IllhJCI. '\ (lie debates In the Con. I thought might nlford me. the means or doing | ( Mr.( Davis, III his Muc'on "|H-ech, slnled i is lull. Hut In the fmni, I the moMiiienl" I look.I, P. 'r.sis. Priuritliu' |July 1*, heel
clearly foresaw that It ant ,doomed, fall INtwecn -. .
three months. stttutlonsl -Convention of 1797 and 1 down good" that there were l.W.IXHl deserli, from the army. '---,-,-- --- ----V ATTORNEYS AT LAW
through the earlier and Inter times. Among the In speaking of Doyle he remarked that there Now the men hail not grown lukewarm In (lie the rfclgc of. tho I no"great l'"r.Io"-1'h.. TO (O IIII"I.'I'n; IN.: ,

authorities ho brought up were Calhoun and was great popular misapprehension. In regard to 1t.IIUcIl1811.\lllh.{ I)OIIHN'ratx 1 h. xlv rtUf, having been rriinml to hnllh l In a few TALLAHASSEE. FLA.Owe.ic .

Webster,whO great he asked mo to" i bis character. lie was" lull he, not at all C11US4But they found a new 'nil' A: ..1'1"."". w..10. l hI K very BloiuU rvntiHly, .ni.'.r. Imvlnic .ulfitnij AirvvtirHl IN MAHIMR UAE DCIUWM..Marehl. .
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M Ith a liniic mr linn. HIK
TERMS OF COURTS. He looks upon these two speeches as the mot what people e-DuL nt all a Arc-eater j and They found a new cause. They hail Mx-isM While we 1II'l'r"illl, on Iho |I..rdl ,ilurlng HIP dta.| O yrer.i'i.nmpileu.t U ssutin.l tit nuikt known 10 bl.1I 1%?. 48-lf

perfect prencnUtion and sUIDltlon of the whole though ho was of course a Slate-ltiglits man, he for State HlghUt they found n eenlrollinHl.- att.ritjuit, the negni memlier of' hi.' I Hoard' ofItcglKtrallon rritcw-ascesa-'r. In*ni.an.of runt. _ 'V.-
-4--- question, and as such he Intends to print them could hardly lie called a seeesklonUt." |wllni aiming at a iljiuinlj I Ijnm, Ix-lore dmeiul ennui' up In 54M Ir. I HoIs 'l'i;: all who d..lr It, he will .m: entire in his Iwok. Calhoun he thinks utterly thinking\ b > reali/e that tlifre 1'I1"j'llI'n. lon ud (frMofcluiniii,) with iho dIrcia,,> Air pre| -
"Thou be does not deserve I.) be counted with men < gan In bright fi'llow, n'III,1 l Ned w I III iho
CIRCUIT COl.... licg Mi onliiK the um. which ihc')' wilt find a mire T. W. Osborn.ATTORNEY
annihilated his Rolgonl.l. who Imlc. never the conspirators-with the Cobb and Vance)sand would have to be a revolution within the revolution. adjoining county .11.111 will neimalnted wild C:>r Ciiumnipllon, Asthma, HrunchllK; fiHiik. (:.'.awl .
,- "'Clt.l. and he says W Wlgl lla r' . A* for the manner In which supplii-s' w ceo Mr. Stephen Ito gave us lIe, statistics of (llioday'i .IIThnml.m, Lung Aflocllnui '1 li. nlily elders of III*

WESTCBX JUDICIAL CIHCCTT."Srnrao TKHMSWalton w C'apron Mlrlng.in Virginia, confmsed Certainly not. Ho was opimsed to sex-esolon ralsod by iniireMinent| thai was mere robbery, work In llui registration 'Tullali. rnicoun- alliirie.l.ilxrlliwr l *nd In iitrwd sanding|| hinirnialliiii the 1'rfxrlinbin it/Mi I.' to b..ttt AT LAW,

CDDtl. 11 Taeaday, after lIt Monday In that the Slates \iuturcd to but did not have the courage to come out againstit. and wan attended with the UHMI :'iguicitlcorriip.| tv, which going on al t the Court I Home ,''.- uvdiuhl I anil h* kiipn scaly.nlft: ,r.b.hlil try hi*Knu4y, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.OrrtcK .
April.Holme. say that H It be conceded, as Webster concedes, Ills course was simply the reniilt of timidity lions (the earth eter saw" tIc..csuhI allowed thai 470 IMTHOIH loch loirlNterisl .I H will wm 4ta"m iioililnu, ami niiiy piece 1..1.I' $ l.ic.ntllM .-

eonnty, Ut Tuesday after 9 Monday In that, on Iho revolt of the Colonl. the t'nhr k>>verelcnly or the desire to keep the inside, track and step Into And. you lilul arlillrary arrest, 1''"''" I, and that the black h"lft mnjoril of 71. .1.bl"lIlbM. pmirriillnii liv.. kllWA"n fru..by A.nitiirn WlLMnrf nail ,wIthiihca.asddrsa. IM MARIIB HAM Bvu.rrtwo.0 V
AprIL lapsed to the one Is caughtin i Oh. of (the moHt Khameful slux, 'king kind. "
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Ilall. the shoes of Calhoun. MasHii Aleck, said Nod 1 w as looking to New ,.k. -- Vu
la wubtngton county, I Tureday Ifrld Monday the nietihes of IIllc and must uecept Then among other points,'Mr. stephens mentioned j Why. is h.en I cmneoulloUvorgialn lwj.1, 1 found 'you Ui comn down lo the rogMrailon.' inch wns May S, tnT.IHUOIIM. Wlllla".1'Ilnllll'U. PRACTICE In the several ConrU tt V UM

Ap.,, 4th Monday In April. Ms, conclusion, ;for if w grant \lili Webster that Davis was very averae to having 1,11X1 IH-MOII In prison' up IM're in .\I iai.In, without aitlng to help you up Ihe ...J"| :' _. w WILL and will prosecute claim acaln**InanVvlilnala
eonnty Ut Tuesday afte Zd Monday In that the States were sovereign under the Confederation Fort Sumter fired on, and only yielded after it shadow. of law." Then, re iirruig to forced Would you have ba m" n-gisler, Ned, : OJ" ..01 .. and anlnal Ih* flovernmenl In the O *JH T
K ClouD. then they remained aovereign under the was known that a (fleet with reinforcement and I conscription, he adilcd t It was a u>lin> In tics I j I wmilil have donn ray tent, Moswi Alii k. A (leiillttmiiti whn.nllb,, for jrar from Narvon IJ*. CliUin, or before any of the Department nl Wankv
Franklin county, (d Monday K.,. new L'nlon ; but perhaps the truth Is that the supplies was off the harbor. That we regarded free citi/en dragged. In chains (In tight J,rhlMtlY Well NM(," Mid Mr. SU-vens I 11m'" never blllt;, rrmu.lii,. l'.', ..01.11 lh. ..BGY.t yunlurul IndlMiuilim. InKton.
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Mill, fnr llm or ".rl"l1 humanity, avail fub. Ill, 1W.REALESTmjtGEMCY..
/me. States never sovereign even under the Con I" '
Sot Ro county, M Monday In r after the promise made, as the beginning olhiwtilillut ,I Volp.1 diner I voted nralnal aecrwion 'I'1o'n, lomo fire to ill wliu IIMM! li. Ihrt recipe. and ulfMtlun (Sir making -
E.bt county,,4th Monday In June. fedcrathon-thiI on the revolt there Inhered In and held therefore that II wa not ,I Do you\ tliluk then It would. hat e beni (1..1. I, I never Voiixl during Ibis (ConleilerKoy tha ilmpl nnali l bir :IM wueurxl.. Mnfknr*
the States only such partial evrlllyl they wo that commenced the war." hut l 101 have conducted, the war. I'ul't'ly on. (Ilir. volnntarv Mr. SuiphniM In-day made ill his ncgroo nond wl.Mnn ki |>ni>t hy ihv>i|,: \ '*. |xrl>iio ,cn du to
FALL TERMS. shared with the other It universally thought that' the ,'ar''' niuf: n-Orr principle, I I I lor.i mid. Icy IIIWr..I"II.I" uvrftil I rnnaai'nc,
was reir> fly by avid ho, tin v still Jf/N II oiiUKM, 41 Cedar*t. New York .
Walton lat Tueaday after 3d Monday In September.. Empire and that .1 that other paramount sovereignty would ix a brief holiday affair.' Most of tho )(..1 assuredly. If U wa not a toe. w ill I ethics and ask m. bow lo V<". \\ hal enn I tell >4., ", 110\1. eel, '
Holm**, Ut Tueaday after 4lh Monday which before resided In the British prominent politicians, when we got through the war it ,"s. crime. Bofuri C'lfiur iro.,d lIe, them (hail tn go with their nice f' -V ._ .1 :
T..after 11 MODd.8.Ctmb.r.WublDkD..1 Government lapsed, on the rnola to the people work of the
J.Uo.1 ", Oob. of the United Slates an a But be replied army, (leering that if they did not gel I In quick he put It to hi* aotdiers whether they would I II rrwoTnwvAnw.Jifors NOT 1 hllt 1 KIHTKIM JL'HT VV"I.'I8ltri), BE- ,
Toe Monday in October. that "to prove that 'on.'ould nce to upturn they would. the omiortunlty of making some I follow ,him, and only wanted such as were wiling i" ] ( li'ii, )Ir. SlepUeu gave mo. u drivu to A Inirlha Hull. lit I'OCKJtT AHUULAHUK,
FrnkUo. lat ) In November. wholo mountains of hlor;" e after a long t'ar.lllllhr the future !C1 : lo im.' Tlie reiuill waa that though the great .i1iI.lallhUluu.wlolcl. U a couple of imli-i from Or Kvi'ry: lint his u"IIU..ur. liiclndlng a Treatise Real Estate Brokers

'It ROM, )o.d I. "owb. dissertation the matlr 111.,. where that debate 10)Ir. Davis" he went on to lay observed to 'I I, body of lice army bad been opiwhrd to the ear i,I hi* residence. II I I. a tract ut a Ihuumiihl ui rca, uu |1 Ut' .". uJ iniimlw, IrroKnUrittwi, Ac., with ,
Elbl') ,aerf" o.d la November. ends. and i ia thu pbtc owned by bl* fallic, iiml grand hundred oi'luluruK' IhuM IIIbolb TALLAllASaKE, rW1Di.e .
) generally me soon alter we got eKlubluibed nt Montgomery, I!I I diiion, )el ncarcily ODe "Ill" I" .". II none iniiratliiK, lUrlMH
But "hlo Stephen held clearly In the rgh of that It would not be a question of brains who thllll in such enterprise lo coerce, and anilher.,; father before him. ,The old homu.Uud hut long silt. Ill 5% U. Tot RU,1C D. -
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lmDL CIRCUIT.-Srmxo TiI 1'lloo. was cnvluc that at the thlo it ahould win,' and the ,remark was in Just that I 'I'I wlulii really commanding, to seem I I.) allow the I r sluice duutppeared, antI though there la a good Every uuu lacy rumluit soy cue of secret Inrldintal dUeoae.teirabuirfOr 'PHIS( line lusting funned ixtenalv bu.laeee! rnhv
Gadtden, second Monday In March. wan made II Wi. folly, and thcoo thought there must ho B great deal! where lint pujmlar inipuLte. All statesmen undentan4 Uila; r..rulbutJ") on Ibo |1.11It'0. lie never occiiiiiia; II, but tli )>e dUlrmluif, dlieaaee J. lion. In this pruclp( | rllleaof the Jilted MnUn.

Liberty fonrth, third Monday I.In Kh two views ho prigoul as \cl hU came troni. But, there( ".is manifehlcd from the sail war wiihoutsUtumiau iiipaiid( diplomacy Is ha given. II over (lu !IJIlob," .bi piluctiplu| iiegro (to ice ynnth.iii,ceics iiianhnnit uf lice iinni-iit or dlil d age y.-, without Let no man retorting eouuiapUtiuK to- I. now pre|>*r |
La Irat Monday In) eh support of secession when the deed 1" once start n wondcrlul Uu k of alatcauutiuhip evenofnicreturihiiictry 'mere Htnjildity' ," uuiu. All of Mr. StcpUuuV formur uluvr (about iiirrliiKu d* auutli.r lees without readIng Miii., City fruuerty. and aU other rial<*4telani
W.kall Monday .prl done lilt to it the Ibrought Unity, I believe ) bnv. Ihu Iii KlorlJj, Alabama and Georgia, npono the seckis,
aeeond Monday as opposition at beginning. giciutiI ".nlll.. A M KKK IM"'TIIK Ct.NATK. fcnialued on plucu. Ida wimdurful uimk, a* It dlaalou. Important a. the hot po.eible artTint**..
Maa third Monday in t this malt, up in "referring to UU f.I1UMrnloo a.-kcd hllll'lo gi\e me .some Illustration of. < Ihe Hu baa divided out lh* pUulalion lulu lire uirini, tills wlili b .buuUI l be kuowu t* tbm p I Di teioiidnusM
April I Iii
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Hlto. fonrth Monday speech the LrgUlature at Millcdgc- this. < iiroiMailllon came up a w hid hu l lists lu Ih4ltu heads of uiiuijit-, it bo t ll week aul liMltful yuulU WUu baa ruined hi* Meqh'KkN McINTbIi. .T. W. tIOJ,$.

11 Mod after 4th Monday In April.FALL" ., yUle, in Novmbr. 1800 for be had given mu a ii Well," wild be," there la lie aubjcct of finance I | >iiHlon htthnti eorpvi.' Alter a prolraclnl live, III aiptiraUbouataBath Olio .u liii own pUic. eiiuKtltullriu by Ik* dvbMlng habit of lelfabu** read Jan. I, lid?. SI
of speeches, and I was ill, bale in lice Senate) It came lo a li', and It remained The arrajixunwul Im uuke with them I 18 aiiinuH lila bce,). Il will tic ii'iit loall part of 111* I'nlledBtati
copy glancing again -llio Ii IIC101 w ar. Never wa a iicotile in |>osltlon '
Sir AU
with Mr. wh.1..1.1..1.lilmlof l- and (Canuilu rrnta.
over one,w hich always the ily Lust Htephene, bul peculiar; lucy lu/uub everythIng mid be *
TWI tat .Irck lo shirt with mugnUlcvnt r" of ciedItaswe. thou of Ibo .L Hund for h'ts'ost AV.ai'i'ApflI.
1'rmidtut lir
Gae'M; d Monday ,. log s song of tni1ml the South. They wild ("lIuI11I'a. king.- Nonsense! Confederacy, wu (us Item runt of the loud,receives tme-ipmrttr t/f Dr. WM. YOUNO, DENTISTRY.Dr.
"I'Monday In October. People a ," li he, "la regard It was Indeed ntoninitrrial king.but no poliliI I 1 Scnad', to' "decide I tile matter by giving lie roxt1 the crop, wUiuh la 5 very gvneroun arfaiiiicuwut Mo. (16 Hprwi* 5$., rblladalulila, Vt. .
Leon, Mod In October. to that When I .en. North my cal kiug. l lua" regarded the prevalent no- Ing vole. roue lo announce my VoId, and *tateil for thus mgro. The rvbtUuiia Ibey hear Ui him \\K July 8, HIT. ei-ly
Ill'b.
Wall Semi In Nowub. mends said t you had only held the sentiment lion that Eulund would Intervene lu our In half I that I 11i.lt It to be my duly .eiplaln, hue that u( II mo*! alfeetlonate reverence. .Mr.I Hienheni .
lecond Monday :, t | reason* that influence rue in w bat 1 n IN going
LoI.llIIe with .
!owlber of that but were tooth deal of elm that un-
speech ; we suppoge you account of cotton a* the mmt ihlnierienlofTancie P.
Madlaon third la on LE\VIS:
Monday itc. But lo dii when a.Senator objected uly.I..kwt; dur tli. free laborsjclteiui be U making .
lonrth Monday In ovenlwhet. tliera .no incouiiul- *: and I told them at Ihe time the only ; aoino Miscellaneous.AFFLICTED ,
T.I..UI. Monday after 41 k Nowlb. November. ency that and my action. They forget effect of locking up our cotton would be In mirnulute .- all knew vote money out cl' hi. farm which U omeilniiK hu TALIUIIA8WKE, FLORIDA, -
-')u.dl.. that while I opposed beccsslon as bad policy, I production, rl.e"- .. Now obwnc," They yon. were going to utter did bt JI... !*t yci>r bclculi/id *70o, *

un .-SFBI>O T..wl fully believed In the right, and expressed' my dl"tnln.t he continued, w hat a fuuuilalion we bad for t uraiiixt''llli Ihe bill! T" buudv l sad aa be doe iiul.yalno the place it abovv t >.f"<>)>> BEAD THIS.Kayton's nAVINO-AaSOC-lATEO wIth him,_ _
They bad h"nr.1lie a trmmxh will
je tide make they
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auajing Uu fortune of uiv blule. the per cent on the Investment.He
Lo7ettorut1ondayInApviL credit w hich (inuthcuitIlls plumage of the tim* cptak in private against the Iu"'u.loo of at all times, ba able to keep the once
Uovrnnuent Uuiltil | went on to oontnut IbU with the m.ill of
Bnwaueev second Monday I. April. tgbt of the hUles lilrd.' I proposed to l..kt'.11 tbeeotton-any four I TI.natir Mr. yield oM-n, and one of them will make .
As/mis lo ,
Cla.b third Monday In ApriL "'a.1 then .Itte b Government, the million bile --nt ten eenla' paying Guru .ill earjiut. "objected Northern 'Und. and mentioned that several farmer Vitae. I ,
.)O In AprU. ever ..w.ner 1'no oppresbion only eight s-r tent gold iulcrntl bearing bonda. By I Hleplien. njx-aklng. because he was Vke-Prnu- from N.w'url& and New Kugluud: $ bud bent Ojeum TWO OR TRKEI VISITS ANNITAU.Y.o .
after 4tb lu ) and I | i deul and after some iparring, another SenatorI : down to ace him and Hated, Ihitt three 1'111.K .
Monday ApI anticipated e'i. thought It .* Illt.rt khipping It to U ersM>lw hh h we might readily |Iltr ( Muuilcello, Madutuu, and other pohuiAsv4hI.
mid ducbtred bi .. hla vole '
Alackoa. M Mendav after 4th Monday 1 in bear the il ha than fly toothers we have done for there wa no blockade to "|*-ak of ana lu tbauf a* much sit they coo make. Biepheia I II an f 'PIIM great Cerrinu Liniment la an ilinoil luful- by Hullroad. Alan, by tteamhurt from Preiseslu
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lw.1 Monday after 4th Monday In Aprl no But te people were Intuat', during the tir-t year) and holding |1& there| till it j lo the afllruuilive wbitb would have cellc-ut farmer ,nd fJurtnj"our lilo prclliled long I 111,1.ur.* f >rKhfHmullim toTauuhcs.| 0 CNov.
., Ioni Mood after 4th April. bound to rhill., hu-plieo ruled against bll w> itoutce teeing and She X .
) and I woe go wit them, if. al'ent rove 'lo tilty ('11th. ,'e would hare bad $ujOQtjj( ,. that die ..-.Ie wa eonelndexl but tbeneilw'rlsticituliti learnedly oa myxrrU- of axrlriilinro, on -' 14-lf V
t delcLo You well have too Well I I called f,. Davi atlenlion Pi ; rotation and tiuuiuriug MI libMigbuiK aud pbuiphalea. ,
FALL TERM early from and .decb ant i ( -.rslgie,
overruled bits
.by Out devils from ruiJimg It, but he told me he knew nothing uf finance,and | llio bilL ou Hut aa it, wu nut lu bear aijoul' >iu I k MEDICAL NOTICIC. .. L
1eU Monday In Otb. Into the sea the people from rushing said "go to Men.inger." Mvmingr-t sail I IHUMX! thing Lbat the (ireac-nt w liter came IK 54.0antler Alu- Ktiutueiilhihitiu.* In his
,aecoud Monday Into I Then Upon Ihl Mr. Bti-pbeu, declared tobw'y u. StepU-nl there shall be thereof ___4__
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&iol. after little no repoit Ouek Hraiut. '
Columbia,third In October. a pause.he ialke Baker, fourth MOd added t "I did Just a* 1 ahould lutvedone had tir resigning j b. mid by him. Htdta or Jolul,
OctoUr.5uk0r another inn-ting two day afterward, but lu the ( got to the car of tint Measure, fur a ? Drs. Randolph and Herndon -fAKE
V the Convention Tuuituai he,
lit Monday alter *th I been that formed the Constitution out in the with si'HCVi.ATHflts puli-rtti'l.' .
? Monday lu October. I meantime he lauie new j'itr' 1Illd. % AM) I'liiuiaofiin
Invited! iWa
few djy a/tifward they tu Wrrvim. headache,
fn 87. Though I ahould then have wanted AB80CUTKU IX THE nUCTICl *
SJiUi01"14t" Mood an article tliow lug the nnconalltutUnialjty oct the ill Ac bdM After w. lit the plojuu Earache. ,,, O
Ok. had been time Siuate secret jutfioa. )K2M.M.; y f Mon I unn. yet Ift rejected, I would o iropowd measure and I never wrat near him on w> in an iJulwraU pta-cL[ revle lag the In- Biepbeu* lalkod till $UMU Uilu the nIght Oumvvulliuigu Urubxra, flwcllluM, HTOiUc. In Ii.. Uunro. bstlMag.ojpeskeUeu.

a f M. fi).. In October. on .'J CIIIIIL".llll the subject afterwuril., But bad wn acted nil U rnal and the external pi,li<7 of th. (!'ouft l<-rat* ul .pesiuiallvg au4 liUoriuJ UILUMI. ll.r. l'titl, lnert Bit**, kin il Ktur J. H MANDOLFII M. D. A

EAaTW CtkCUT.SPaZ1G TEi V gave under Lich be made ot1.dfu1nC have ln icatl.-d. w S wi ht rwnUJy have bought loverniucul. lie look the ground thai an entire are two or dare i hg cud* ol uy umiuU tote.In ., Uursi, Me, z. a HBRNOON, W..al -

Monday In March. >" the time of the election hia ijU JlbeLa In Euwl i and luixht even Lave hired uwr- change in the (couduct tIwt war wntdeiaanUad, it the development of huuiau 1IOt'\cI,. .1.1 t tbe Tbl (nral rnuiM* bould be In every bum*, for Jail :i't.' 'si. -..fMKUICAL ii
V".Monday I. March. vie Ipeeh Georgia *t-'II to light our batlbik I proposed to hay* and urged 1 that nucb overtures should be made a* ,""nctnaUle. often puirnn noinvnchilure. U horace IhU remedy buy mi((juul. -V.- _-r
I.1 Monday In Much Lncl Legislature .aittlnc.- Morn iron-cruU, con tractrd In Eumrie, ami to would cad Icu their aid the tonn-rrmiire aenll was see SImS hut t'biicd r spirit ran very high in South Carolina bare three out by the blurs AIf Mare We Mrpl r< rH* tot $1KAYTON'S N'OTICE.Dr. ''Vi
PuLaeafuerthMo.daji. MarcbT' and bad Infected The ment of the North and Inut u> n arttlemml of toll fur U .a. a UvviMuuwiit of a fnll'JI", by |>
uliuks, las Monday after .MoodaVii Marc V ).. meet in- might in tbi way Laic kept at Ue.t ww or U oKITU tlie diltcultld.iot..ilbntanilin Injunction Ir "bU.h Ibl'reI 1't'.I"IJI. aud roiianmt-ut-

Orange,. Monday after 4th Mondf .luS famat 1'b"w"mt.lgbtanL open and if the jiorUl I>.leio I Ii kept .o of wcrwy it eui* tilts rk.i r<* W jul I ly no appellation.' Da Twi'ivville bad a glimnawlog MAGIC CUBE, R. RANDOLPH '
I.t.6 after 4th Ivl.tl 1 add" the oncnUin ran live. A man w ill live if be am ear luruibcr* of the ). and is lea the bill kuehglulrf Ibfci. lie saw the liunum.

.ki Mod after 4lh Monday Mare). D cMerutr pnuB. an to l-. breathe through n quill even ; bill when AIM after fur the *uspen.,ion of thus kalxM eorput came to a change HMUM la llui fricEa TO

went d. r another we kit .U our port, even lo Wilrouig- vole bHrptw Ibnl t"ly it .eo killed by a majority i' Clvvcrumeiil l > tel 1111 ludividfutl} but lie for the run of Midden Coughs scud CuM; AMliui, the rlllMM of TalbUuaae*sad lu Sietolay. >
FAU. Tuw spoke the night of the UlU the Acid BIOIUKO, Heartburn. bone Thrust dye Blrk- Ord.r Ufi at km Drug Bio of Manan.
o Novb. ton, game wseUp" ixly-Mrea. "If il bad been brooghl brfcriUM Ull Into error when beu><, 'Kvlik-utly thl I II tingorfO
Dnval. tnt Monday In There had been an organized od t toti bwlvra, Uiarrbura, Craiuii*. sad l' lu. In thewoauuc4. A Archer will receive prompt attention.
Clay, aaeond Monday I.O vent bis tpenking ; uevenhek p aorniru isDEraxnutE A.1 j'U.tsH. $taut* it vould not bare.If'Ct"bet1 lUeevou uo fcionr n federal ioverumeui.' but an Incornpl4d Hrnl by Eipriwi dtr IIKayton's tT KwMeoc. al Ur Mua'a.JuJy .

BL Johna, third Monday Oo. kpeech cxtruiuoranctNU the iuspirmtloa uf The dominant tone running through dun whole *" Mr. hicpbLiK 'i..OOlbe |*oprf poUr Mot NMl Uoviiuinc'uL lib la DO ropwtMnliuunl i 3rt, '01. MMfMKUICAL ,.

p"t. Iun MUDdl. October. iw moment., not Icily reportnl and never revived 0I1Ir. bteubeiu'' nllenuor ou U n nai i II the c-y lo be iHiratinl were ifurward Uironn Into the S ((rnllto'-1OI111.Jo& bSuwUHt wa* Dyspeptic Pills V -V.
th Monday .Ilh I H nn .if n bill, which ise4tbl> t> >Hirhl| tir onrMoVratiun n new UrTtlopiwut uf thou tVdvriU .yal-ui. This ,
It iun It
prUound bafim in
1 produced a tregiuu.4dlyothehouath *a.ing a '
Or**!*, M Monday after 4th Monday Ob.. 'y liu South, and rb.e to an Interuiiagrorrenpuodeuce lo Independence hittead of conducting]' it I Iwllh tbe f>U,,wiug week. Meantime, ".. Kedertllv cba/i-ltr" i Will leiiae dl 1 furU4 Are a sure Sici lilmaail cure lot UjwiKpcIa, Bib NOT1CK. >
,eaIu.6U Munda, after 4tb MoaHlay in UctoUir. between gut 31 Ir. IJucoln and bte- view the view lo aceummndallon, ll of eiUung I IdiSUaltkn I ever, Ibn w bide mailer *a* _u iieaa>iil by try the fact tbe United) Ku'r U"WI'rOln..nt w.* luu l Uurdcn, Cwutlpall'iu, vied all dl.ur.ieia uf
Wan I. Monday after 41h Monday October. Mcordwt UM power of acting toll bidlvlduai, fur lbs Liner, Minium ,wI lloscviesc-h l I elite liken -0(1( .,
S At c".ulb.1 Mr. 'fObl and a aetltannit on n pmtinenul t.aia. .*- TUB 111111 JllltllltllII. regularly will cleanse lb blood. TbtM are lie
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p.D t (. l/eJlK .fUa Dr. Win. F. Robertson f
Ut iutriiMuiir *
m ; Tbe pbyakal features ut the cowli- ,At a4! of the _ret biatory Ib. war ";n J tr uper- AjiU-biUuu bcfa
SOCTBUJI c'I1IctralhG; Te. a. Cin kr op- i very j part a* duwn J Jj.rofWoVd fcalMl 1'IIU ever placed r, tIe
Uernandd. S-, pJ olgb Ut dUe a ocuit" he renuuk..<' necr.nitate pulnital unity, well w .L t act-urn! during, tbe Kortrta* Xuar aluthrsetuuseyltetlien. Calliouu gut Dlncour au< labile. Vxtut by null f'ie4i imu nr box irrai ills PROFESSIONAL MERnOM TO
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bat. Munday in wd Jomerful and iwpit t I"a1| fWQ anti even bad the South won Its htleJwwtcn-e. it rue conference, Mr (Su-j.hni. bol U a* couflden lu 'I'|'inil" fifiil Address iM ord.-r. to the r.pnIrts _, the rUlju-ii. ul T.tisha.eee and suinusui4(4g
trai ii ( l II b knowkulKed >rlrMpU -|" ,
f.o< in Bday t"Irl I OMiiuo.called fur three cl..' ,"uieof I would not have kept h rur till fnn. course lb>L Thrre b, bowevtr. a (Ut of hUu.ry re rax. un "Jov rnm>-ni ', *u | eonntry -
Pol MUay ApriL tin vruvr, that hoveraigu by Prof. H. H KAYTON Jen.lisid *) ,
.., (Mrtb Monday AerU. I the brighmt ink-lkx-l.a pure {*UiuU that thiaofiiukiaMl bu-jjiro'theory of the comlu lag tlMo BLithe uiMiua is hilt) I had (run n dUuuguUbwl My i4ueti may\ I v JtilKDIC.VL
<
Monroe, cond Monday In "aI .nvea." either .ar lualiarp uiUgouinui iiilb that held Cuufiikraic cllicvr In'U'&1I1D BAd ix>uiMct utulily lI.II6I.rI1041"II their *i \ KAVANNA.ll. I.KOJdiH, aVe.

The USla"rampant o atxtwiina, wanted "y the Hu.tuuon l Governun-nt lie bUwvtd, ft* : wtkb, aa it wa freely wuiiAiuik-ated, j maymtntiba (x.w.r.al I wilboul Iruxlb.iuipuu-inx ami alien be"re.ciguIY"jUlJ clo* i| thus bo ,kk. A. A, ttuUjUUN4 A rtt.BMaiiiuib. Whole NOTTCK. dZ4i

FaL TUIt lu take the Liw'u.*ituont a Cooventioo sample, that dii'lomu-y tboald accomrMiny tU 1! herr. It aIfcrI/ that one of the JIroI" anon. "1hii. I have alway reynr/twl .* m.oflL .ale Lirugglats au'l AtfvU fir tIdy .4J uf tIcs abort -4-
.econd Mondav U ; but by Stephen iJL they were war ttep by itt-p. He believed that "a very i ailiuQ which Mr. Blair racmd to Uidunuavd was rrrncdU.frtV..
will oullw the
B.4 1 third )Ioe4ay Oo. urMiaded lu IUI it the 1J' b dually large purUuo ot the |-euiU ti( the North s M a'sa.veiiUalIj i( thai U,. Union army UouH wnk *> Iss.lug oni *-. IsaAc that .'' languagehi \ \ ), ljl *6-ly Dr John S. Bond"t'ILLeouilnu
Pal). W. Lv naulutkm to be Ih* line Ub the people uf the -j iU" h Mbtfb they an wuuUeuu.huh : -
1 after 14 Monday In OrtoUrM 'a aaJiM is tiw cxaut of TtUM haiti I j' atttnuiaf lu lie allll '
W-1 Moad a. Moid Ie Oelobr,. held o tb let a.t to aend drlefste uutb> ; that both wivbrd the pre matKiQ of Cooutntiooal I I Fmtrb In Mcihvu, that Uw CunJuUtfaU nrtuy iitt'f inlKicativf, taut! luur difllcull to DESIRABLE RESIDENCE \ tie |h.1-iNWW Uwlirin. i*> Int.
1)04 I Mye"b. to ( ,o... But here again lack wa l liberty* and hU view wa that theoofeoVnu .ing II np, but that report, are bla vtow din "j.-ntallon.| lie bal. 11 hebaiseeciud I rk-luliy. "iS.-sIkhsriei.,
v- gaiiut tb l.ai men.and In Uliuiratk of tbu. Go irr ,aa at UouUl have au CUIJd1aoi i I the two abuuld luuile in cuuuuou Ia clan nule nJ 'Unit Mill' work on bal aobjort; FOR SALE.MNIE In rear -if tie l ulil Ciwl
Tie* TiJirKB-ov. V MrfJicfu Wt' wirinuaaceuumufHOW ksl lu policy n* lo funtxt lad aid and l Mipt'*! thai ca&i'-'II w&he )L"stse '(he isa' irene- busiru.usisbas1cuoWtrUhiuitths acUcnw In ..NevU.latd. lh .. 'i
4 t 'I I
the i
riSK UWELLIKO HOfgf -V
rrKn Bft .-The vnctiral I"- rapid lu a voles r*|. *euUlk>Dui ASDf
we.jg of the ienn.i Law 4 ..us- TU M OCT t>V THE xaiuiueol, ilukad (if alkaaung ate! ri*liui/ it. .bile uuU bean >lj' jrued
UI t I a way t "jw beck rxMb5., But aha G- ldeai,olor ta"dr iroy u., (Jrttnuk uf tbi probably a M-tiiemral would .arIae" the of k. Hi own spUrn '\ the rrpreienlaiki' UMI>U vU, frontIng tIe I ai>Uul.I I.unVitU( DR. MILKS H. NA tV
he I c db Ibepeuije our rulrn with mamma. tied. sate. Tare i I. a (uud K Itches,8ubl,sail circa ontb '
hethjf Mr. ic-ubena Mraelnrv tb.repmcuuiiua
a uf i Ie 111 urrtnia Ibauufb .
h-.t Cwdl AI\l'r tttoutv U U It Moon c-h. aocMy prcinUa*, all lu good r* .lr, and bt slluc.eIhw Office in Rearof
"n whir ha* the l .iW.y t. soLe .- eytrtie nosy crront 4' rtttt I' uf tie ditfM-vnt cbuuun sad orikr* | Post Ofl1

Jk. poatauatrr a i10wu.bug, IttdiuaThia*I lie kcc* that Georgia wwI t Ut<0 D, and b Prompted by his ruling idea a
drIveled < *
in frauda npriM the LVpnrtnM.". l w.aku \dial r h kh .a urtuuiiy seekIng to necbouaoUu nwib-r bc- I that the ii t howl I.. the ....kia bed 1* um. hut tbiugk *L. .go .werm ih* wairinf amIkutw, M/. buriiiurn pro collapse that About ware be sail.hey woe eneralry a lui. Oct. a. lia* d-U ; '
u. .- (* .tbu purp4i>e.- 4me4 iuuu duuly nfU( the battle Pi (Cluno-! ) liwsert-pi.sadhuslbe tVr n* went : tot I take, sod afr) -. wan b. rvgunbhi a* nlnWMl 4,11X1. Ib-dus !
hnd the bcu men C. '. Tb ekurtkici fur'WI w a* urdrna W ibe )uravilk to open wg-xiatV-ni TV "nh. *imv I tiaufp with the U>..t f&Y& fyun-kt to aI..,* uoju.lia.bl& "I .." akl U, Pit SPILLERHA8 '

JJ|'ceat aewioB, and purfnu. aeuin,4 la ce'Jamury.wkkJt ..after South Carolina ." aald be.".. at that lime greatly dnuonlUM ,4 *lod.IUia d* tier be peofk. .urjrMl, but to this do h ae.atnmur- Wbe, Mr&D... war ever immnilnliul sac, (uuL t .. In Ib. lU day wade uriugruuuU by whit V. tie.> -V. EDWIN A. HART, ii
Ti Sa Rjecud Ue Ina. and I I I ba4 Ulwm UM ) and I U t jar fuf a r- a* 4 il tint Aux- LUI.e".1I they oiled Meal M ll'd low
ctp "W.I" J.e Q la "y tboaglkt n pcaid t vl* k.ktid Lim what be wa .. to eto to Oaur- i taa b4 ran alvajra M(>l> al 4ralia. ATTORNEY AT LAW
J-h.I. t oU puaiauier ..maiaM j I) "o the Ut uf titer Tu Uunirt niUtf .j WHtosI a MH"AJU )- t.ellll1"' thief wwulJ bav. bad lUur lodeptn.oVnce JU wilt eadenaurtekeap aaj>pUtO,and (la-
I enl 60 I i XOi. him itbc aCt.14IMa.IcS -a- more fiolrnt than.the okkM .. n1t ut the carvl and my deai n *M ki oja.o gus bo told Mm Lowe bii ti mud a* (uiiig nIt 54 fur du the aotWa nut ,. hut wiiboul fl,btiog. The Meskau war d. IJas.u ciutuurr*'. toce id f charge, to aay* laetot MAUUOlt, fLURIUA.WILL 4 .

i R jaJYou% a respectful/! I "f"1-ao* *in<* the Ouudbi the Yuua bad thriv utUik4u; by diictbainr tbc prWuirr unevionwrote ItIaI..uletJy| at t nomJis lb. whole ounmry, UK] bronghl about raucrici IN Tug coi'trre or TMOr.uu. It

3" favor to a IJepartiuMt, lo .. been M s TI .. thai the I U-tW b> shIm araae fruat nVre to Ml. I' (' i t Bvuatof bow, l*. TIeS sabre nud. AprIS&tol. M op

h o(t ', -of Oovenuweii, aoe} uak cuttBUy ffafjf to vote nod lU Oa". but t received De filyijraU wu, u lees In rf4y lo my ejurtk tu hW vtrw W"bal sees ill.jmlUcitl pUilicbuM list bfrtl out ,Uu ALE AND JanIS V W -
PORTER
f et .rjttattJr.Thi.. -/ be gave n twriWKkntlas Indiifttro in the drettud wi t ib ut JKM I fui a w..ak:1. s..kingiue woul-l bare tires lW tea ovtfaol at rerforiaf u0hlt-ti. V -
I- ) bat b n 1La4 ifrl tit.frkipeire l. the luaru f ludod Welt bUory adjudge aecnaioo did in .'lIJIRCT'a Abi.Uuljr'a du. Uiuw'a do. TuwtKcri HAMS -
t .I. i .wi w. lu CMU 4m lu fU.IUUKML On duUH IoU the rniue. b* italni thai k l vunld have been a* you -
I e.l 0 ,C MaII you bw. puliticaj efa> a ,. that the mlBurr aitu tioa wa* greatly changntOoinf rta4 la Lav aern Ib* Kbrrman-Johnioa eapfiit- you I'nbw Kperek f* 1 torjr *>* M will luuktl U 4-J, Eu.Uy A pcl.huc'rtenuer.aI!,,f a krut oflw UOXtand nuothw kn uf tkn. fP*.. .

I n ti "l. W* IM al twisty I to the War f WW* fhilI Viet- Louoo r. frmiikat "... be rbnet>". princi4 HmlurkM do not lake necxint tj ; c 10, r-; _JnatreerlvH Aprtiatt. at by -A. r. utLLn., # 5-

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-- \ -I let elect those qualified by education, experience From the Mobile .
K..ntill. .rTlii ..._. will r4 Tbe and earnest [COnIMUflCA1tD.JTIme' ] Ui trvirn ''I.t'
That ( for 1111 will entr.n all who enter following eloquent rm.rk Bureau of and character for the, great ork before us. A .' '/.
Ioribian. Florida I'nfnf, by an Imported In from the Augusta dirmttlt nd .SrnhVf of Thursday claim of agents employees The Kansas '
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01 would derm
itani-guhln tlile stay cld" / official- ho Wo w ill *(1d one oilier w ned > We fi. a wll lr-hti
welfare of Northern IOclcll'IlIDa government w Rn.lh-al : ""
agent 0'the New England Kmtgrant AM Porlc- Tims flippantly I is 8uMI.nlla last .'1 appropriate to the circumstance* the ilUfrancliIitit class an Immeasurably organ 's anti t!, h'tlflW" ILt

-, ty, Is endeavoring to escape the consequences of the State disposed or Proposition for cooperation of the hour, that wt adopt them .our own Instead attending to their duties, have gonelargely a nomination by honor limn ten election by the Convention will favor colored rcproscmnlnes tn '1 *" **
I' the manufacture of bogus politics! greater to reorganise HIP, ipnt-rniii: Iht i '"*
treated with 'Into
he attempt made In the late Radical Conventionto with arrogant curtness, "'
H I ; TA tt. All ASS 1'i .: Hhall W. rw.lae Lincoln Brotherhoods l but even this Is unnecessary While opposed to any such .
be the (
censure Col. SPRAOCE, not bnl be had not contemptuous rejection The white people, on- -Stagnation it ." conventions and platforms, to Republican Let Southern there must IK- one, we arc fi.r 0:lr"h..1tore ,
a fiitr
I ; .d-A- allhfUlly adminIstered tho: Ilw, but because he lest they will bow tine knee to Baal" most "stay /rI. and compact rw or party, b an assumption and a fraud. The oonvintions and would be. inexpedient. MAW.W <' representatives nuirc of I"s _"'colfewerof -
,. EvlcenC thorough A XOBTIIBHS I' 1 .
ISiS ,
''i Tn In 1MO and at Baltimore In19th men do the work. Jnyhttwklnjr. IIn.Jlbe
I lad not |l\rerc the law for the ben.fl.f aaction. nut In tbecohl,0 while a few adventurers, whose g.nlrll of Ihe Radical party In this Stale are at Chicago .. -e-.5.- trnsh" the better walnwaii "our"alre
of the we shall like .
authorized exhibit it
: Interest depends on their ability to manipulate the made the only
Since
Th/t l"IH.rIYI] solely accumulating arouad ns every day. here hi Chic Powrr to Home-dy lie wants to know, too, I If .
: We can stale, first, that the een/ur Im"Jo the new cIties of v"len.r to take the front passage of the Military' Bills and, the establishment principles and pulley of the Hcpullenn I'nrl). To blacks riding In the street ears". allli mere:I ravor of

In the resolution w as one of the eha"e.t.r Hal Without controversy, this It rare mON military governments In the South the that policy R' I'nllndllled In these platforms and Tnow" M'iu-r. 0 t., .\IIg1L-II.I. 1807.Ta yes In cars provided for Ihl'ln'torra e "",''

. t second, that ilwss Introduced by an liresponiilblc ty. The, very man who M loftily disposes of the oftbe Ix-en active and lo the principles constitutional l law as therein Mr Aft for* 'f rtc >\rHI"I, M r"M/ :' equality between the races, in this gencr11 II" "criat

I 1 : .\1 thirl, that and tt met almost with unknown so much (1.I.KI.In and lbs great question of Reconstruction t II but t hew leer persbtvnt 'In RdiClpurly efIr 111"1 lo organize In our defined Simmer Stevens, Phillips| and FI'I d. I w as Inlhmed,1<'1'11:1)' that In o of my former least United cannot 8UIM.exist Whoever, and never(counsels ha ei.teul\ lii) Ib'I t

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.--- --.:- --.--- _H _.c .-. Convention that it was withdrawn almost. with comer, whose residence on our .,1 hat not been midst a friendly to them and which shall Douglass sand their confreres, never consented- slaves registered. lal a precinct ho proved Leon Gold county by seek and agitate for it b their cnl'lnn Ihp H to
'I I him lie Is aim-' pry after delegation one and another of Florida whose ages, as ean them 10 their *''n
: AOKNTH. out debate. sufficiently long to give a Yoe. I support advocate the revolutionary measure Delegation respectively fifteen and posh destruction UH.i

;:. '1 Tht following art our.duly 'nttiori '.Agon' For contnetlng To this, the Florida Time, a Republican paper ply an employee of the New England Emigrant which they have and which they their number-Grecley, Sumner, Douglass-all nineteen.blnck ami The white younp-r, arc .swore, lie was twenty- lime there woald isn't a negro lug or lliUr'In! :tl!"' Vlme

>.i fur drcrtlilng and ..nhplnlnelln, replica i iOf Aid Society, and hat no more interest In the toll m.yln future ar1ld. their party and each of them waited upon Lincoln dogging three years of arc. No doubt such swearing is the that white we jayhawker not ra&ll'r who ride wl/hti vj rI.I'*'

j ,' sal r tptlnR for inonoy for Mm.: or Identity with the people than a Chinese Coolie. and secure lb their future..c. 1II0gben sums of his steps] and importuning htm to take what they frequent and of course, III" perjury, whether Having answered his two put IIII,lIulI.n.qll..i-'n.

E. C. WB".".. *ONCommo, t.jIqw Fli Or'.n..I.' | things his,that first do pnllinlion not admit, we degrees'nay-there, lr Ihll some t lq And to of others. They "' mere lualenWlthOt money have been raised and, scattered throughout clllle limo advance ground" which they now done hy'lelnek or w hlte, Re-pectfttlly 1 AILAT. |pose to Impart to him a third qlll'1 Piece n'nVf I i. pro.

TBOHAS SI OK" E.q. onteolo. the of the would and falsely assert to be the position of Ihe lion. A Conservative State T"vrailed
they Cimventliir
Imtw.Jncknnrlll, 1.J' no exception. support negro, b the Southern Slates to build up new /Vrv occupy heard similar instances of perjury t i heen
We Gen.
\leave
I I I .O.u Tump Th.I onus N'nd-Inowlnl that U was us Mated, powerless and their pretensionslaughed to scorn. which their schemes ha made to National Republican party. That, nntil the day would be Committee.by We Clanton Clmirman, nftil (f'!
through may the Registrars
"UR that to
propose Cpnfral
to shift the but
J'I ELY OT.Sunnnah, O.. how unlnr"u the umumprrNiig Inltnlme'lbe respon Rut, and It It this only that makes them formidable reach the earof tho masses of our fIll. Scort of his death, he, Lincoln, persistently refused' 10 we to be arc informed sure of encli case. We hope that live negroes Still share ofrcpresentatj give tie ) ;J 7"

I T.r. Suntn, tllli floiM, 8. C. Ilbliy engines of mischief doped the become to their unconstitutional schemes glad 'vntion. W*, |
a party coin propose to Ill
Cara.tn.
The w thoughit having 01 Radical Bent ,
t & epnritp
| 'o'lor. Eve races backward. "Whenever they the I
I -_ _ _ IL ort o b'b blO ben citizens will not lie from the Yankee 'llth'Icnd ':
was Introduced by and almost Freedmen Into joining secret and sworn views and projects and commence their work of Indiscriminate cam negroes flugrestimed: I .
leg among at lo hctherwhile or colored '
It4I "I.AI: AI: ) C" RI' ( unknown 1'I.II." who, by the way, was them Into doing their bidding them Yenllt white proscription and plunder of Southern know that nny person w the right hand friendship. tecsmIanee"U."loymen'.Dd .
F. fncy the blacks lo the people "
the one opposition the who Is excluded by the law, lei advancement to the "
registered
I an entirely dlrelnt Imlvldu.1 & IIe Tht StaU and ."that emboldened to Intuit Threats of confiscation of 1m.prlDment men and property, Is matter of. history. That leave the scala'agtlllnd fiirrm
I named In the Irlr.e Ind In.blo'report In orb country. them make the fact known to the Registers giving Jaj Imn kor. iolk /llnd
I ITavloj secured a competent Ruler lo work our the Union-allowing I this the may not Ixj the people and domineer over their will*,- and even ol death, have been ven Phillips denounced him at bitterly as he does undertake to that if the Information and take care of the others. c do not n '

RCLIKO )fcmu. .e irs prep.rrd I dot said or the ?l"r.'who drafted It, o the rveral What w'.lbougbt vitt In New York I I regarded section with the Johnson, Is matter of record. It Is susceptible of names. We say that Orl/l1n,J js uneasybecausV; asUM woflJr\- '
purpose
our the parties
cotniiiunlcnted guilty '
yV AU Kind .f KtillMff to whom was 8lhmlt the Editor otthe at/off In In that tlle throughout timid of the the clearest proof that Johnson (until the time Is Are trying to 'divide the Rcpuhlrnn, | panl3', : J fl;
Fod. Tt of the e
frightening tome more
Union the It was IBI C' has sense enough to see the
presented will not
among
i' that may be ,e'olrld. from I Ibo *mMle t note poperto and without a word of b.lir\ 'I It was t cl white Into acceptance of their terms of recon that the Interference of the Radicals rendered escai1.- -.fl- and his jwlitical brother klllln'nll'rnfn' 't." helm

FnnanT I.IIT. after requisition the wisdom of all In amendIng Impracticable) honestly and fully carried out the not tell him> that In thts ""
tholar/e& Ia tly.-Itwasjwlthdrawn by "n/nl. prl Inducements 'have, also been held out SrmUTT's TitiAi-In a speech for time de city Ihat cli"i-Inn, I si.I
: printed nnd ruled, In otJlo rnqnlrfd candid and high-toned rebuke from Judg the ConstitutIon bat fort lrcla Lincoln ready. sceompllHhed. He knows
!, I In.L any the ( Fr a party to and office.loving portion of our policy and plan of as fully developedIn closed his argument on the timers an two
MEHRICK
or ruled wlttinnt! printing yCshrr and others, nnd retired In disgrace. Shibboleth t I. the teat Wisdom lle ablto Missouri Tennessee and Louisiana,and sought fence Mr. parties among the negroes now-thai| thee hague
Send In onlcr for to the PIORIMASOrrici dcl If aliy. people, (ad we a sorry to admit that we have 1st Inst. willi the following eloquent remarks: Is split wide open, and thnt the niche :
four ,ruling! The report In the Union ascrilicd the Introduction I : tbeerfc, the end to be applied to the other Southern States and shed In tills who have been mogium
/ eprience no want stores of such,) and In mnny Inlllne omce There had been blood enough speculating h, u have

of the resolution to JoaErn OATH, who Is rign. every are, we know and appointments have been given to men who were thaI he did this In the first Instance with the approval country, and it was now lime that the flow had qunrrellext over the plunder i nlllm\en't already tho ;
----- spoken of as an irresponsible and almost un- to many Northern men In our of the 30th Congress and the masses of tho the common honesty among thin'Mt.. Is ,
In the
"gla blen. oilglnal secessionists or active participants horror or thee I
IvSnb.cribert will 0"0"' the e(H) Mark on known ." two mistakes ceased. No man had a greater same way in Montgomery. T In Of i hOlb, {
thttr p p'r.which r.pot.I'I.llhalr term of itiWrlptloa delclegate. Th.r State and ox-officer of the army and the late war, while those who were true and Republican party. crime that resulted the murder of Mr. Lincoln In that city jumping out of tcmem!, \ cn k7

t: bit HplroA,aac them.I .teeardlngtr.A hero. Flirt, Mr. OATS did nol Introduce the objectionable other who .'of a dllerer They faithful Union men before and during the entire The antecedents Johnson were Democratic. than himself. Already lour had becn'bung and mullets out of a fish-net and are unitine, with I

A mark after the.me iliriillFt that that In the larl resolution. We say upon his authority who old. had and limo best
I M 1.11 gentlemen .pprl.t of concert continuance of the conflict have been overlookedor His attitude towards the Whig party others suffering. Three years ago there was making members of the (C"OseMI'

," paper. t thcrcforr, to make him a scape-goat for of harmony In commencing the new refused position because they are not now been one of hostility up to the lime of time rebel- are household beside a tire party In that city. Wieillvace' ,IhP1
i' In this sitting
\ |VAdrmlKntcnta" not marked with the Mimhironm what the wire-workers dare not Ib.mslY1 face, which I before ns. Bat unfrn.lell for tappartert of Radical. dogmas. lion. He had, not Lincoln's pollUlltrl.yaod power bright household city a happy fire. There sat a mother and got disgusted their eyes with opened the meanness in the the league nlfihmm..savarice and were

.will Innorlcd until I"lI4. l II adding II.nl to Injury. Secondly, Mr. OATSIs they cannot swear by B. and Bun h The agencies through which the Radical" leaden n lib the people-nor had ho his equanimity a sister Just budding into womanhood, and beside of the league leaders It will honk and

'S _. -" not an Irresponsible and almost unknown LOOAM and CHAHDI.EH, or bl1. other are seeking to build np their party In the and uniform good temper. Avalll-ig themselves them reaching manhood. negro In.the world to stick long to tlip
HettUtrntl* In I/ on.Ho dclrgatn." He Is a respectable c"lor clllren: of who would plunge the South Into the whirlpoolof South and pervade nook of these facts, the Radicals, up to tImid time an Inconsiderable a young man just leagues..

f,,tho following I the result of Registration this county, much better known than the Radical cnlUO and dotage the I.ne la blood. aid corner'numerus the ten proscribed States.every The and powerless faction of the Republican lie would have tho jury remember the .
that have that The AFTER TREII.-Roberl
In Leon Counly! V adventurer who endeavor to belittle him by They .'too m.nllt ask at Join a crew of Frcedmen't Bureau the Civil RighlsBll party, goaded the President Into a stale oftimlnh changes come over scene. Washington a coloml 1
\
ClialraV .HI"-; Colored 9 While.MlcrosukhV at lilt and Infinitelymore macblner bright fire Is extinguished, the mother sleeps In man of New Orleans writes as follows lo the
a 8nrlIIng Jllo. possesses plundering trading politicians, who make mer- Internal and the ShannonBlellabarger that led him to say and do sonic things
49 of such Iriebsters.- Re.nu. ol a namrlcM felon's grave, the daughter burdened New OrleGn.lLpll lkan :
803
In"nelN tlm I' ch.ndl.of our mlrouneld mock our calamities. Iniquity- the men and that enabled them to detach from him the pnrty

_I CentMVlllc, J- 288 6:: I The Timtt plainly enough Intimate that the resolution With soldierly Inrtlnct .of meant with which to establish frish their party throughml that elected him and' obtain the temporary control and broken-heartened' drags out a retched life la"the 1 saw New a day Orleans or two' ZYmr since a communication
gnii. and the Is here befoie trial for his that
i son on spoke
Lake lamonla 150 22 t was not (Ihe Convention you severely
sprung upon men, they content with the and dlrectlou of that for themselves ,
grounding or the South. Money flows from the party of Idle men of color. lama colored
Pt 'J Wlam'l"'; I but that tt was preconcerted, the editor ol the arms and will not ask of u the deep degradationof of the nation to corrupt freely the people and nnd for their own purposes. At the dale of the life. May Almighty Ood so direct your judgment what I want to say Is that those vf my own mnii,color and

: : 11 Union himself being pryylo the 1,101 (raining In nnl where brute and beaslacommand. dittroy Cur their liberties If from cause cither death of Lincoln, the names of Philips and Me- and enlighten your convictions, that the remembrance should have more respect for themselves than 10
After their own It Is contemptible any of the day and of your verdict may hereafter Idle or loaf around the streets and levee
( i 120;? I ISO IR"ltlul I'lng In the caught trap shift the JVer t IM. Willing to unite with of Ihe above agencies should fall In any particular vents were as odious North of )(.\'n & Dixon'sline and forever be a sweet and pleasant recol steal from men of their own complexion, and
highest degree to to
I I llalin.s.soi, 7" try all others upon a bail of equality, for a commonplr section to further the Radical party, volunUry att they are South of to-day.. If Johnson work hard. I hope that the colored people gncrally .
lection.
r. odium and disgrace of the thing upon an humbelollMo'glll tIne people of this Stale will enter from at the had bccu II republican or had Seward been the will endeavor to cultivate the good opinion

I W '. 103k ( who had n more to do wih It nArrw door leading t association no with cntrlbutl are readily oraize. freely II"te distributed succcs or of Lincoln the swarm of unprincipled licfore we go to press tomorrow, we shall of all without regard as to whether they are
than Col. SrH.tocB Such sort of tactics, }orb probiilily learn tho result of tho trial. No one white or black. There, are others beside black
The Board at the following on Imllr those who would ttttl further humiliate them. the neglected sections. advcntnrcre are sowing the seeds of discord
"i b places howtfvcr, Is In keeping with the character I who hns paid attention to limo elicitedby men In New Orleans who steal. Look at the
jtbe dsy'de_ljnnli'l( : nat And thIs being a fact which admits* of no fur These effort have already resulted in (lie organization between the whites and Mucks of the South testimony First National Bank and the Bank Comment

:Lake Jnckwn, Mondiiy and Tues"lay, August of tho 1IVen1Ur\ "only using the Freedmen '- thor question," there remain nothing for the 0 B thoroughly Radical Republican' would never have found a resting place for the lioth sides, looks-_for-..a.conviction.- defaulters. Why are not the owners uf defaulting .

Bib and 0th{: for their, own ptl. people to do but either to fold their arms In sullen party In the This organizatIon I is com- soles of their feet Reconstruction would have bunks who rob by hundreds of tlininandi
bt A Clt\KCE.FOn RADICAU. TllO New with chicken
THE In the lock-up tliiuves I
Foil UI"elll.; Thursday, August Till.Hodgson's Indifference, or, In Imitation of the demagogue posed mainly but It embraces most long ago been an accomplished fact. A different put ihall
the Second
OK the 10th ull. Jke Ftoridian accompanied De York Empress calls tho attention of the, Loyal preach on Sunday Baptist Church
I Still, Friday, August 8th. lb. publication of the adopted by the whose circle of vision It branded by the of ibe .oclal. In our midst, and Include class of men, the true exponents and representative League the fact that some of the Eastern manufacturers (colored) and Invite the editor of the New Orleans .

After the 8lb ofAnipisI', the bH.k will b kept Radical Convention II.lullon. with extent of their cupidity and ambition, oryanitt lo a few tlme-tervlng, money loving, oftlco- of time loyally of the North, would have are' Tunes, the late directors of the National
tome
re the of
nllU,| In the basement of Iho Capitol" from 9 A .t lave the Stale front th of such cormorants' hunting; Southern wblle This organization bcanpac1 come South, not for the purpose of holding office, considering Importation Bank and Jacob, Barker to conic and hear me."
mnk regretting that', In the peculiar circumstances rp C'hincM laborers., The plan Is to contract In Chi ...
M. lo 3 P. M. dally, until they are ordered closed organizing secret brotherhoods the blacks,
under which the people .'placed, an Weighs. mad homont YII.nt all aggressive.What among na with the laborer for five yean' work at a fixed HELPER AND lisa BOOK.-The Boston C'ourvr
Voters aru to register, as far as Re.r. they make In base In and dangerous In tendency, and
requested possible purport
they
organization bad been formed for mere party A correspondent ask ut &answer the follow l Dumbn up scale of w ages considerably low er than that gives us the paragraph subjoined alinnt tIme renowned .
at their bluster and themselves obnoxious and disagreeable
'tpc'tlv prlnc perseverance. They offset their making generally
purpose and party lines strictly drawn, when a Ing now established here; or else to agree to furnish Helpers
qUCtl' of brains with the tone and of their allusions
.,. Es .r,".. r .. ...... I. .. union of all for the accomplishment 01 Ihe one the any Uw compelling Retallert tohave cdceDC the Ignorant credulity by temper -. the laborer with food, 'clothing and lodging, and Mr. Helper was rewarded by President Lincoln

__ _' ....' ... great work-the Reconstruction of the Blat their Measure and Weights Inspected and olbe negroes, and seek respectability through to the past conflict, but men of Anglo Sax to pny' a certain mm above timid which may becunIoII'fell with the consulate of Buenos Ayres, a small if
- otlcbl position under tbe on Instead of African proclivities., White men, fair, yielding only $3,000 and which,
Thc L&zii attainable and desirable mll.r satrapy. per annum
AiAVr
probably the boat was confessedly The approved t as time workman's profit 'it U claimed
1.lel While they are work and night In nerve and fibre of their being, forgetting considering the services he rendered was a tel
every
that runs between Savannah and'' tle Union at Jacksonville' reputed organ of the 2 the would have
I coast, under command of C.Itl MIKE CAtl. Radicals-notice* our remarks, but garbles our from County or O'hl netting for ornnltlng and compacting their 1'lrty. their past mingled their capital, their supply on the vast pnpulation of China to such fell tills alight and that It was not Intended to

p I advertised by1'the &, make article by omitting the most material It; the correctnes mitch Measures, h tbe North I dally urging upon the South education, thetrcxpcrlcnce, w ith their kinsmen of an extent that she will goon be enabled rival moderate some of tho expressions his lust book
rj\lo prlor 0 Weland necessity and their time South and the whole would have become As to his character and
Ignoring politic, perlpttellc soon private AII gentleman
an excursion to 8t Augustine 1'1 Ibll city on and as we .'not disposed to stand 0. leg and .pay tor 0 the East, lit every'' bronchi of Industry, unless
clt .3 orator the Idea that we have one homogeneous mass, purified by tIm fire his know lodge of his official duties, an arqnnuit
4 next Friday. The Forest City folks are afforded when we have two sound we republish 8d. l there ."lw. authorizing the above. enforcing cheaper labor can be obtained.All I and with him at Buenos Ayres a few immtlu
to do to made the which It had and 1
nilblng South and through passed
4 a fine opportunity by .stilt excursion oft tight ofUie what ,we said In full. when 'they happy perfected by of which Is very well but what Is of more since,just previous Us departure for dome
pM but to Introduce endless varieties of and The conflict dead
1 scenery Ihe SI. Johns river and a view of from the Florldlan, July The best reply to these PI suffering sorrow. cause Importance these men and brethren". will all enables us to testify that his qualifications were
u 18 c me Iqtre Y.nke machinery, and direct our and buried forever, the new life all before them- superior to the great majority of such representatives
ii r that antiquated and rrnortblo looking town by The Rdicl Republican Convention adjourned I 1 to print th Law, will be Iblnd on page lbr.'ng leave votes, that Is If they construe the mutter of our country abroad. We expected| to
material the doctrine of and ImlU
14 'i Uiu Hflu, \)Augustine, IWhl- tay nothing of ou Irl< e.alnl alter adopting the Resolution 4 and t of Ihe La w*of 1M5-6,entitled" An caerget development 11 our re- unity Isilillily firmly established I correctly] i. I., radically. meet a maudlin, twaddling, sentimental, abolitionist
tho nation
1 t the enjoyment to b fond In the plranant company The" wer two sets ol Act to Uniform and new would have started .HI. i iTIIUTII but were surprised when the subject vai

r and bright fucea of llio cxc'unilonliila' and Resolutions reported, we not been ableto to etbll throughout the Web.Florida eur, Strange to say, torn ol our hOt resjicctable anew on Its course, clear as the sun, heir as mow JL UNION IEKEK.-Fluke, ofO.elvcslon accidentally Introduced to hear him My, "1

see only those following. They are, on the b lM 8lt approved < journal have joined in the hue and the moon and terrible as an army w ith banners Bulletin, a notorious Northern Radical: never cared a d-n sbou't tine nigger-all I cur
the fine fore of the boat will naentv
L KL "' than repay whole, modent; though they mean Janu.r 11, I8 It b as follow t tHMTIOH white "
-gb may font the man.
r i them for Ibo expense of the trip. A long ac more U.a I their face. 1. That no penon engaged as a trader cry raised br line Radicals against the propriety with a common heritage of an heroic says: W'e may just as well slate the truth at -*Se-

p r $ qu.lntnc with Capt. MIKB: and the high reputation We had bop that a door would have been In buying and "mu.shall by. sell, o U any of the Bontheia people taking any Interest ancestry. The deeds of valor, w locI her displayedupon UIII''. Whatever rights or privileges have been TBE HWUBLIC or MEXICO..-.Tho New York
i left open of all parties for the purposeof other trading than the of day. Many of these short- the one side or the oilier would have been bestowed '
I the freedmcn
be rnjoyi at a pilot and Capluin, and limply reorganUInf the Stale under made wellbl o 1 f the standard plt lb on by the North have Tritunt does nof seem to have a'large amount of

withal knowing him..to be B, very' clever and Reconstruction el.but the Convention Il by D according United Stale*.prescribed lighted Journals have flippantly de equal cause of admiration. All this might have been given of necsmity It Is a great mistake to faith In the future of Republican Mexico. It

.. obliging gentleman wrrsntsiaa In that, have blocked ". It la true all a Invitedto SBC. 8. That C o shall Dunc plllcl.n.and warned the people 10Ibe. been-we have faith to believe It wilt yet be.- suppose that there Is any superfluity of love for says: : -

,*HbulJ.any take HI'hll they will unite with them, but to do 1 they must b at UH charge o&er Onty.CmmlMoner scaledweights .th. and discard their principles. Let prudence, combined with earnest, persIstent .colored men In the bosoms Northern peoplo.Th .- "The Republic has begun badly it lees already
ofou'Vp1 .1 ;
& Iril. of
come an Integral part the Republican .
twin aufu enjoy Ihl'ml.lvm huge and advance and 0 according, to the foregoinj av I followed by any consider- effort control our actions. Let parties be organ re la an Intense hatred of rebellion but no lost the respect of Christian nations, and Ilircilens -

'' ly. wU their are""'required. b we to "akuowlu. section, and de' Ie lme "li the Jldg.ndmel of t'.le number Southern whlt will Inevitably ized upon broad national and patriotic groiimU. more love for the negro than can be convenient to challenge their enmity. Liberalism It no

ii _ _ .r prmll I'rbt. l.lmeta result la the and Let the who sooner triumphant than" it assumes the form of
<|t ter children what way the couleailon alto brand weight and supremacy &dl.t men come here as the Ruth and salaried Iy enjoyed. The lines of distinction between the
TUB WEATIIKR AND TUB Cnora.-There have U lo b made; whether In the public with the letter.1. woen the ruin of our section. tool ol the pnrudo-philanlhroplbla of other races are deeper broader and more Indelible In tyranny-the Republic becomes a desx| >tuai-
the of the nation Is limo dt-Cento! Its civ-
'beor. for weikt pail, excessive rains with mot or print whether* or al ame an oath public I Is gathering to be subscribed of"the party by the," tw T.e trader In each county shall There never .been a time since the foundation sections be mado to undenland that, we nppieciate Quaker Pennsylvania than Mississippi or Texas.It Ilizallon victory; peace, after a long struggle, Li WOO
and
' ; ;luautvorabhi conlleneel to ..hc.er. (Generally I pnlitent I I. not (tinted I bat we capitally the bi o .wellhl meau to conform brought to,t of the Federal Government which more Impemtlvely them at (heir true value. Let the young law would not be strange if, some time In the far and, behold, it Is established as revengeful and

I the corn crop, which Is a ,0 Cne, has no will be found.who will dnub Jld 01'I.nd and stamped b demanded. the profoundest thoughtand amid divinity students, who have come here under dUtaut future, the negro would be forced to appeal barbaric war. For the Republic thus begun ue

L 1 ; been tftVrtud, though Ihe crop of fodder will b with ho terms of membership. There might branded ..Iprond.1.NIn Jetve a certificate u wisest .cdn o the American pple And the auspices of time faction momentarily, and by to the South agaliutt Northern prejudice." those future of is fUcobedo dark, and unless wiser, there counsels U thin
have been a union on a basis while It the same, uch Ice especially this true In to cltl- the death of Lincoln are to govern ftrjve
etH otf Cotton has suffered mot. wblcb .a.y may b I regard. accidentally dominant --e- ii-
11tIYnllnly. would have secured lo the people objects Axed reason to tear that Mexico will forfeit every
' F; The.weed ia large and thrifty, but in many CUM avowed as the purposes of UM party, would' al HBO.by 4. That every, Cwloe lens of the South. ludiferenc or tupinencas the North, for the purpose of holdlcg the offices, RADICAL IMPI-DLNCK.-Ilunnlcult, the vile vantage she has gained, and will renew thee

? .Jk It not ''much promlne fruit.. i Adde'I same lime have preserved' the BUM from the lh In buying' stud Bulling I.er milr e\ now, on our part, wi Inevitably result in the forming thee constitutions, making the liiwt and' leader of the Radical party In Virginia nas a negro fratricidal wars-those disgraceful riMilrntw -

I teN.dinrvuragemcnt hi tb pretence 01 Ihe catterpillavTbl cltmenl the bitterness and the altenalkwa al not tested anlolO"lb foregoing Ill In ueaeatof tb* Radical Iu nearly every Southern filling thu pulpiu of a people they do not know trader before, tho war, and had a slave pen in hich." in the post, made her nationality a m
j- scourge appearing every from political rampalfns energetically UM county or the may BtB& Tb Interest at slake, the principle In- and whose want they are unable to supply, be Richmond. Winters one of the Radical leaders t tSENSIBLE.
I .10o conducted.' A reorganizatIon accom- month alter public notice been laidCommiatiouera
where-Hit leatsuch \ report we b&.r.- p'Ib".1 men who have the food of 1 the 8tl list said and given by Y.too weighty to b left to the direction made to itch that they have undertaken work In Tennessee purchased some years ago sajt .-The Chattanooga Union thus ad-)

T..pjwaa& 1 toon;b.' greal :deatruc-, btr I10ul desire. Such a union : hays been plde.Ihal w&jht not I mer than 0 those whose aowe objects are greater than they can accomplish, and that the tho Knoxvlllu Register a colored woman at a vises the more respectable portion of time people

ln; ninny"planters exprese apprehension C,dir party nsmsaj and par"y wa.wo ten dUa forty dollar, fin t degrade wbll and elevt the black race. ruin thnt would surely follow the accomplishment family sale, and afterwards learning that she was Tennessee:

\l ',llldlo o September they will bare b.u.In .Ollt p. to \. That County all Treasury.Sac. -Th* Inalienable and Irresistible right of self- of their crude, Ill-digested and illegal measures born free borrowed money from a neighbor When the President's children ask for su fK

I pretty much eaten up the On the whole, other respect worl. composed, It would manlleatly and after the foregoing notice persona ha.eng I trading, shall ,prtMrraUon demand that we should awake I will! ron them with scorn and contempt. bear his expenses In carrying her South to sell he rives them a scorpion.' When they seek protection

i _,1' are sorrv to say that \crp Ctn P'UP\ Impolitic fur ouo moiety b attempt &anU'' UM b* summoned to appear at a stated time to an- from the lethargy which now Oppresses us, and I No (rime-hit arteti Northern man who Intends to her, which he did. These are time men who are low's militia from,the he refers United them- States lo General against Thoma Brovo-

poor, .. chlyl on account( it d.ng other that to Its to own be political views and Ibeln A iwer before the Blud. or a majority old B. triM boldly and energetically for the preservation make hU homo III the South, will accept the position decoying negroes Into midnight leagues and whose admiration for the militia is scared excelled -
aakud
ji '..detlructlonjrom '0n reference ought to the object touf o expected bl to be accomplished 0 County try the C.mliooef.whose according.to h if o property and the security of our wle of a .."mp here and hold any civil office swearing them to bear allegiance to them and by his gratitude to the father of it leer ha

& o ...- ; leaving lbs to shape UM flatten about & act; and the. Probate and sinlidren. To slumber longer over our dan or position to hich be bas not been called by their clan. Winters like Brownlow, now professes nomination lo the Presidency. We think toe

Several d. ago our altunUoa' was cle to a which there U Iutur present dbwfrecmeat. But this pv1(1 o te Il Jldg 8bel.o ., rr I but to court destruction. In time len tho will i of the majority of those among whom lie the tcndercst love for the poor negro,' Like less Tennensceans of the United have States to do and with the asking more protection cu

i: noise In near our office, wa which batter things had been shall be allowed language of noble master like dog." ,
Ih Vnnnton.lnln serving .lme butr a Ohio we tar:- dwells, 1'freely and thinly expressed. We auk neatly they apply themselves to the detent of
; the door UM (ace of In the Court p _._._ -
caused by w ith tome clods DILhleou.and by.or pltng. lumbDtg bop.appears wine ia.proper a a .They a 8. ./That lme all traders and Circuit miller' shall have Repose t stagnation-stagnation b death I" Southern) I-nion men and Northern men now -The Philadelphia nPJCKETL Frets styles Congress Brownlow for them. at the ballot box, the better it will t b

piece* brck Fo will tolerate no except on "IU and me"ur tested every two Th Conservative element In the South must here, are you willing to make such a record as Is the "
webt
of
"blu she "1\\ tlcflanct |ofheB' } 'all which A/y copr enough Ie yea aD a Crlil.all of the tame, and oaoAirzB. ,Thelines of our enemy are toostrong now Ulng in.iile by some of the government pickets the country. This says TUE s e- BJu
PRESIDENT
their Iblnlunlln kind i but soon a notion of lie. pie agree with them .to the principle to do hl)) b subject fin* and compact to b* broken by the spasmodic the Dul1'lIloIlIn",, U true, In the sense that AND Sieenuuae.-Thue
ar' 1 ollkiuUi
ageuta here abide
Ibe came over her mind which ilia Male I is lo b but they, the section -can you by it Iu pickets are always IB the advance. Our Congressional more Sun's Washington correspondent 55
,'olttl'I'f'tlg fl h effort*of a skirmish liur. We must burl againstthem the futureV
n her true to the meet *ui render their ler whichbsvu Fr these protUlout It I ii plain thai no trader" th columns Will you for the triumph, the profits picket is posted fur beyond the eu- There is good authority -for saylne that it *"
wlen.hil,. 111&'a.a no conitecllon with the solid of organized freemen. au.llhe plundi of time risk of dutnctcmmianders
reorfanIxallon Is
a day, run leavinga not,(nor it intended to relieve all the
trenched
of
sex, vent to her feeling In .' mint van b required t bave his Weight andMeOlurta" Without camp the Constitution, out of sight
'lat l! gave ** their errors mab organization the efforts the Conservative heritage fli.ime' and obloquy to ihild- and the President lass never cause-
tear and sob. The ,mal f.string the ch.ng. henceforth under the Itepubllcaa & But inspected I.li the County Coniniiloocra !.- away in individual 0 attacks 1'1'11' If your of the lines ol decency and common sense, not tamed the idea of relieving any of them, 1athin.
,threw,their bricks up and we hUJ hitS i II not the bt UM alt of thai have Cllle with the provUlon of the w11'can tU no )our stay Is not Intended to lie UIIIH| >- even In hailing distance of the fortifications of Sheiidan. It the latter shall be sAsi ned to
the huto can dl o.nIM I act wbib flud Important or permanent nary and If)ou do not believe that you will lie the HOund other duty it is understood that such action vill
-ly qu1ihc .The sight L&m 'atl'ule nor h any such trader foot principles Republican Government.
Iht orWt'lngl'O1 they W r able forever
c ionvr}'ed, a, ".of her hdpkwnew aud tppoaletlto geese t ll"'thoutnp.De', o proffer of liable to ao (ace rc. ..)ar three mouth, In every county and district In the State the the and great utterly uia of destroy the Southern, ruin and dUfrnnilU' It has been pouted by Ignorant and rash leaden, to not Oeu.be passed Grant cpu the the letter Attorney of den. General"opinion Bbendu
*
eloquently to their 'YUplbl.I'I even they oplrlul pendiur and lo scour', reconstruc. nodes hat been given .that said Welbt and lovers of ConstitutIonal freedom should establish tmi-t people, and i's position Is open to the assaults ot anarchy la characterized as .."opening a botramacademized
you como to thli. There b but
.
.I Doq proof againt 1 1 Kerr have been Ir"I.ll.. art t B based the Conslilu- of one course and revolution the sleepless enemies of peace road to- perjurybut upon utf

-sSi-- Evidently this was a ,simple plea for harmony, too plain to any (Utlti of U. plol Url procedure that seems to us to be wise Let a and prosperity. opinion of the President thai a lass partisan ai
a
I BClu'. WEEKLT.-We received lb last No''I and looked only to tho reorfaolMllon of the &Glb V.Ie 8alC now b, and tbe party be orguiiizid upon broad national grounds.Let -m_. more liberal military officer than Gen. buerulu
ifrwaoOtmiurei tar::0 a l. States founded upon equal it the bcd rewilt of 0. the 2lb sbouldhave command of the State Lomstaus ua
ut Ibis Interesting little paper several daY ago. BI.t on the bum of the Hilary In a peaceful Tie ludulala I* follow equal accept IWcompli the war July Buowxixw, tie InFamous Texas one that will execute the reconstrucuoa

II U an exuellent paper for the children, nonninlvmting orderly manner, thus ." BUI f the bitter Ingf afrit, In Naa I plot to Tb ru'tio clement In .n.llho prexnt terms offered by Congress fairlyaeuh wretch who lords It over Tennessee was announced acts to;the letter, and yet not recognize the Behests

frequentlyto older beads,and will,; I, strifes w hich estijtjijiihmenl l of two for blow np COg: I A man ha been arrested b Georgia I largely In g.>od faith When "it does this It i III enti- to make a speech at New Market, in of party or faction.
lie lbs ascendant and
1 D doubt u I deserves,become very popular and tine same purpose, and on ( was prl) the Ar. that'I be could get several i with proper oru tied in the future to dint amnesty and the re- thud Stale. la 1804, a negro was burned at this -m s-- HcoU

t bare, s Urge!circulation, .We heartilyoommeud same principle, would iuevilably. provok. ThIs barrel 0 lopwder. h* would place them cat rnl\action of the State. nl we anneal oldie dufnuiihucmenl C lu.u a matter same place anti a few dais thereafter BROW ALABAMA Poirnca-The New York
; Toe
p tt to the young folkn, who could employ a catholic wt Ihe more coder the C.p&1 II up, with a the cannot au to divide upon minor 1mme' The of right and ofgotHl policy. low made a speech there, when he Kid thus speaks of the situation la Alabama. "

portion of their spure$ time more pleasurably Do and since the I.Uf State bos now manifestly no role proper affoin member In tt* After a bearing be- great question which we han to decide is, whether All good men, whether of Northern or Southern Fellow-citizens, I heard all the partlcnlars'of concluding sentence looks billons for time nit-

by penuing its pages! and the first aud work I Nao for a Justice of the Peace, be was bailed, out Radical emlmitu, In combination with a birth can cooperate with It The w.ork of your burning that negro the other day and think gen *" -
fflalylU1 Interesting only I
bror l. p fcw AfHranlaed shall throw against you served him exactly right, and 1 came It Is doubt limit the al will bar a
lo begin the I is fit t appear when wanted,and to wht. U reionatmctit.n the Ubora of the convention and along beyond grr.
Telu hll'rmi plo their Organic Law. Even bv this $
ph\tl \ the solid morning by the remains of whole State and 500ntI
vote smoking of In the ,
and deliver of time first L one great majority
a thrilling of period months. The testimony u\cur p.ple ,: Uture that assemble under it those than
very story n(1 I which a a In the Uoiernmeal like New Ie 0.t the Stale can breathing holes of helL and I think you that have nigger majorities will send mow
during the early history of that Btatf. II Tna. York have pwe at '"u A Constitutional Convention showed \b* ""e In the United Slate over bound t \ Ulll party, with thewhite be done by mm qualified for the work and bllY' served the owner rightoQ. Whenner you get half the members of the Convention. TIM*

the pen of a laleafod )'or\U41. now resident IiiTexas POW In session al but the Republican navy and 1* regarded .a quiet and peaceable elf people b.le and foot We must in/ the confidence of the w hole people. Can w' toluwi-jHtyneior dram' tftopt rount ems one; counties, therefore, will send either nigger.deaF*
h Albany make to*
and Ihe |>iclures are drawn 1101nle. Hawas Legislature which a It together ben by bb neighbors.' Here I a c fo a special opt to Ii scheme the rallying, cry not bave smith an organlzalion t Ia there Dol.pn..in s fUheipgoii. selves orucu unqualified Radicals 55 will wan*
cal" dour .. need for The author of this famous language Is Radical the kind of Constitution that Congress
it a
? The
Kanuin'a Congress adJourned : thing called the
'Ol.'p'u"'vor.o provided by express statute thirty-two (um..4 I h republican white men
uo the
un.I" And this i isrerTW a Let
u lb We as the only war Iu which and doubtless
,$ .Wnd llmtbratu officer hen made, acC party Florida, and ,'bkb"fraudulent a very good specimen of all gd tIM
; 'iL w ha w delegate lo elected from the large u. p. aside, then an Jplay dead till the niggeri
b .up other
I captured| and was left by the Mexican lair dead, each of the two great parties should have.t a sixteen. that one would have .aal wlb powerto C b mae absolutely. certain, the furmaUunofaCosiTTTCTtoJiAi. ly and under blue pretence aborted at Talhthawe Southern Radicals We Ventura to say State In lU CBki. and then the wbM tr

I *after the Inhuman bllcher of bl brave 11. was done the fir*!, that a* the summon wi&a Ie obel magnificent lJUJ run In te&t on the llth of July Wt, rfprwnu but one thai whenever you find a man who was a brute i may corn ont of abe boles w which they
'bl up cno to b* entirely ( the as a slaveholder will find him and do what like.
rU ot biding they
ae In this his marvellous lo to bear equally 0 ceremony which attache to tl I prnr linen ia Florida to-wlt: the agent and you now a blatant

T ap at that time and hi* wandering for Cunltlul\l upon all the peuplr b al C partita.bi. should such committee There ta D tolling how maayperaont 11) ln any entangling alliance w lb either i officer of Northern Radical aanovialioiu, who 'I 1 Radical and perhaps a High Priest of some Loyal LEVEL TAu-TbeUouton-*-
'iu lb Sat
I whie lo nadi the wbll have a voice through their Uahapluglt might .ip in the bloodthirsty ot u\uC"a the and Noh The better I hope to control the Slate by brute force and op-I!, League or Brotlnertmno.js..ss editor no doubt speak advisedly on the u1lrfv

rf From having heard many uf the Incidents In the< ; and, secondly, rfDtV'a* .Important design of this u phello"_ to *** *.i/i'iorjtg 01 stub crating, not through the intelligence but through DaorTii.-The fcdrral l'i*>. of the 30th SATS :

story, from one of the friend 0 the author, wi, a work a, framing tins fundamental Uw should Born connection might 1 b..D a party, we ee IIe aawrnblage, a the ignorance and prejudice of the black population ,' says While other localities have been blessed The stringency la money watuan would l alheviat.cI

I bet p41 UuW we can uuJorw right for its bent talent In the the door bIO aud .many ufflclalt ta public -cer- s early day, ol S to b held organised and madu efficient by the blind with flue nln, just hero in Milledgeville we we think if every body wonhi PY duty

s ,; !1 ,_be1 lutereatlng'to the jounj enl purposely U thrown open fur it Ble* selection lainly at close a connection .the special commlltee at torn cD'Dle' point say Macon -\llnta oath of the Lincoln Brotherhood*. They Co not have bid no rain of any consequence for two small debts. MaSy thonghtVly '*oilier.*** '**"'
.ltb' to composed of each ia month Gardens are burnt lo a crisp, and fuse to do thereby preventing
lntllnn
Lincoln a ** h dlm county represent ftiirly even the Blacks themM-het crop so
j 4 reference to party or blao. I tie blel.a ,I and ofcornjum about the city nearly ruined. It There *V qm
aC is
TI Ihe obligations.
Aa&Al'LTOJl GOV pll ssIa.I ooaoffJ. _LI en.Jshrui discard and I meeting their Unto
dorw
; IT.Hkbluue precisely the u*, b making 01 Tb St could easily b Se n proscribe even the Southern men u in plvuant however, to know that little buune*
of "' ie&uac 'Ie ;ji"a.tcI ---- -- our neighbor turn that me will see very
despatch the S9th UepaMce ri.uettu ci
say i Pivrpouwa dragged partner bl It I are recognised a* Union during Ihe three or four miles In the it behoove u
accomplishment we publicly ..ndl.rv.I.lylb I. Ie IId cre "I, w ar. That a : country on all sides time next two month, and I'possible
I this morning assaulted at the Eievutiure o b'e II'. a. I1f, (biieiV5I.,. : lure been SJ much
man W* had thought that, n bile b a good thing for l. country that Congress hal tnatCVacvaami. j party so organized and out ff such material, :, favored with most rroVitioua-* citizens to retrench their expenses ,

i : I by M: Driacull, who .buiuediauly aftirI a union on a of agreement la the principles adjourned; otherwise w* night have I them can be beaten or made to contemptible during Here, la Tallahassee, we would be glad to ex- but nothing can Ju&tuV the *'1J1T !
,11 ureU.'d by police. The annuli w made W* earaatlllJ1vke altonlioa i>f the Con- the change itb the (ju.t due to the laborer the grocer, '
r the whoU frightened conflict that it good uf _
lb and policy either of the two great Na tilling summer, bl apparently will In a great measure be : people MiUedgevUle. chauic. A effort ou the part Ot 5"
I because &heluvetaui b4 proV a Bum cuu, 0 ervativ press to this subject, aDd hope that !I rendered Rains have been exeeSkive general leh1. is-
1 e lloa parties .. .impowiblUty, the berl ready \b* Ww. ul without a each powerless for Ute euilit lokudstoic.Coinpilab. and the result U a meet their current obUgatwoi w 01

I TlCtnd6fkflInghff.un. Tht Qovemor ..no, People could be brought together on a b ofagreement mODfot' by al(o ) barrel ofgunpowder will giv their view* upon this important 'e do believ.. Give u* then Nation-'| superabundance of graes..kxoviita prove the condition of Uu* *-

.. mJI- to offer themselves luggetiion. Tb Alabama Conservatives are I al party for the -.- -es. -
to the principle prepared up purpose cf '
-.- o wWh a s a gigantic holocaust the altar of their country moviag Iu this direction, and w* honestly believe : the advancement of the reconstruction and ': 8pECt1aX.-on one occasion a bill Aaemwgngame-The slivUle auis
to recoiuUucteJ, and such material Interest
f .. PULAKIX-The Und of K-uo says the .. b t agrre- I ap remained tecewion that our own safety depend In a Urge degree State. Let do of the i to prevent the sale of ardent spirit to students tells tb* following:
smut wu eminently and deniraUa if They us thin now, and *'*
it a .
I New York HWU, I Poland only In Dae It to could attained. pp just to let wol people know that tbejr to upon tbe decision which our people may make Uk care of itself and the lTI will I in Colleges came up for consideration, when An officer of one of our street '*''?**!? Tie
i future *
h BOW a<> couip -ely.drawa Into the Tories RuaU b D b 1 reasonable \ .e D upon this question. Let us bear from w ill develop the I Senator Bole, of the Georgia Legislature I into a barber shop a tew day tga to ,/,$
01 abo you of oppnttd -
been scared off by improve geutlemea path duty to UtOoie 111mm -i
Sggfluidiseunent aa to a proposition met? By spirit aal b GI1IUe& & who honestly seek it- U with knight of the razor, who relieved
no of the all his
"t Iwrl 1p Jur harmony and deairom uniting all peo.plelotheworkotRecosn.tructIuu the ououion la at a m turn t Conaervativ rrTIt. Among the Union men of the South and powers including thus: beard asked Why doat you ,ihi W
or UL 0 tl Mister
I rio among Speaker Sir, FBI bills The u
all interfcnn
law agin ean"pluxl
tl. ? )'arfrosk. that Radical W* feel much ..e to UIIM Southern men who are nut people to ride on your 51' .-
Hungary a 1b smaller lt h I laatead U agreeing readily to Sorrel! ((1 kW.th* name tins great suspected) : New York Thas. aaysi "John Slide!! kal the \ta now establiJuJ tufflckul disqualified thing of in Ihe licker traffic. Sir. I'm ana Uiis here ; I will answer by a kung Y '
just Utdyia'
tranquility] alone, .b .1 h 0 I nuuiUr can a nun's '. Sir U oula Uoo- Why don't colon
, f1"hLve Journey than yl.1 have of those Po and .Ue In itself wears met by a Radical ortaaixation that b* did Do exprea his Insane desire for .*evral i present tiring near Paris at well a* bi* son.Inbw I be found U do the work sucmsfully. :oNurm.em 1 1 be a* onpusuble to keep men (runt drinking bck- shave la your shopV The permit barber h J ?,

to any .hl &rare modesty, propose i barrels 0 CP.J Jut tb*purpok* manned ErUujcr, th. Hebrew banker. lib said and man could accept a position uulaw a otiien 'I| er a hen. they take a baakerin' after it, as to tote twered: Because to do so would de? ?,

C- .k..U. le. eie i cnn step| to Ink whole matter and Ignore at .earlier on apparently good authority, that although be I of the State, thoroughly $identified with a bu lirl bukH full of fleas a mile and a halt and busiaew. I would Vwe my who if trtbecutoredvouUsMitsiuiaia
tt ole her in. not let
frornua4sr & b BOO of 'cm jump Cot| TU l's baa h '"
t me-
titealiadawAlataroiu.Jole 0 nicety'niiM buodiedlha o the Intelligent a kite moat anxious to pat kb bt day. U America I, terest and having the confidence, goud-w and woodl i. "
You have aatwered for BM
ExOovEEson and
& lglot people the State uules they are willing to Men 0 Hkabaippl. blhasl&ttoriygempahlhope ef ever seeing Ihis t apprubationuf the .h rink. without -.-
"son of liberty" whose beams o General T. write fetters aaliv I I '
IeAW' deny Und. 4.tfC
awalljw Cvk.t. about outside C Uid losing hili own wlland forfciuns allfuture I'IniTUUU AKO Ouia-The WashIngton THM Rz.aso-c Wig N&.ko SCYfl-

: o Bblk rY.Do and glitter u. and Ie part and pa of th*Radical party-I ISytthe lag t they l" l Republican, aa has beta -.- I prospect of honorable and lucrative employ fluspondent r.I the Philadelphia J w w nbs; 1 PAMnx-Mackthe: Washington

tb4 llf 0 J.b"la T say* b* .shall aAlial JMIHorn*-Tb Veteran Obtervrr. menu Let therefore ': "I l
4, U : the N.* I ork : of ua ,have an Open da)lIh' **m that prominent Pculllyl..nla Radicals dent of the OuaawrtuI, write;
for It of UM .
and has Tb TVawt
is at last resef 4.The be reorganiied in accordance Ia party a,. W* kava lived and says lUurahed Stales: orpuiu. that shall include all classes and Bow in this i'it., euDccda that bbanwood II ill be a Sumner says h* lisa po uiv *5"s
TUJ tDDCT with republican principle and Ihrooffe the latter I I tins solemn very &.oth- bybe earlv colors iaimM i elected Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ot'' his vaivenal SUET
t. &svl lT o tJopUoa ef a happy maxim of actually *) u the Tote enough to pas
vary IN'VILehJ4i protprrity and your Nate. 'm
**- been la order ut the era register that be rcabt Radicalis : A.dvlCd have bess received here PffvoteofPtnotyivania
baa put -. winter. UcsasitmuaIb
baviof ad m dAze next
e &phl pl-II"< 1 Buy awn (****t mad irfttlurftvpttmmd C cit the 4ai Le, the tbedi f\'b&ble
1 I r garded, source IB Unw
.bpessthlsw.eL-jnwa ** al Hep. to Ue etfect tbat l'l'n.m tIes I5rssimlential SleVII"O. 10 SIICW
J. 'C aid out ol the available the lodical
,
mfuwittln our rvaih ioIate expect to low Ue Irei aian of Out New Toek '
at w I
approaching fall t1etUOCL" dl P1t.
cut-olberwM thrw Si te* w go





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ff'A' ,FROMKTJROPRJOKl Shl'rdan.Thomas, Butler, Sickles, Logan and : ;

BY TELEGRAPH. >o i Aag l.The leaders of Reform have 8holh.M, and the Hon. Rehnylcr Colfax Thad- Heir & Craig GOODS 1 VARIETY STORE DRY GOODSANB

== made 'knrangctncnW tl fot"-lItIOthet grand movement .lcI SlcVnslnd Irlnnlre prominently held up HAVE Jfsi RixEirKP A CHOICE LiT OF ,

== FROM CHARLESTON._ In Hyde Park,on Monday next for the purpose as the most deserving connoctitm. lth the. said -\t- '
Ittltimorc Roc
protesting against cutting down of the offices; therefore b It, Herring, -I- )

E .MOM" enD omcER-.' franchise extended by the Reform bill as '- Rcsoived, That w'c en.loJ the action of Ucn. New Fur and Canv !i>lt l ll.int.

1(1t.E1Irrs nrtt .) -ni_ >x** m MBKM by the House of Commons. To-day ws the Sheridan, Wb0 efforts execute the laws of the August 9, 1ot7. 91 WHOLESALE.IJI.ANTER3 GROCERIES

Goodwood races. The attendance the thrown -._- :
Aug.1-Gen.Sickle bu rcmoTI third day of country considering I'Dbalmenlj I NEW GOODS

C Aiawroir of the town of Sutntar, lor. allegednwltreamient Y,as very large, and the scene exciting Interest. around him by the President hare been success HEIR & CRAIG, -e. ,

I the police of the Wwk and IntfflclPnoy: Hekm Vim Bun the defeated favorite of the Derby,won fut and other wishing' tci purchase t RECEIVED BY

and one white OliN the cnp. Resolved, 2d, That the Republican party look COMMISSION the piece or packsirr to snpiilv their AND JrS
.nnolntcdlwo negro of
MROHAS find I
the lute Incumbrols.J DtBi.is, Aug. 1.-The reports of the distress forw ard to such acts protection A Gen Sheridan I hso.I .1 greathargitflsifl. way
succeed I
mCtI. P to M. Epping, the foiled* States, Mnrelin), In the counties of Mayo and Concnmra from famine and other Generals are extending to them i -AND Domestic Dry Goods, NEW PRICES W. R. Wilson; & Bro.

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arrested last night on tile. charge of Intend. ,loire been much exaggerated. Affairs have with great hope In the future of the prosperity of .

WM cheerful the country, and that we, a party, now glee aOOEBS, ,
much more anpertBRVOPELK
duel with C. C. Bowcn, on account now. a a Hats
I leg 10buslve l thei.ttcr notice that when the proper time to nominate -, INFORM THEIR FRIENns AND .
letter written and published hy Aug. 1.-The Jlinislcr of t'liill at .nVI \\rOULD -.-
of aThe for a candidate for President and Vice President > > the public, that they have opened their placeCfbnsine. and
of Shoes.
dilftcullY'grew out rivalry the Capital, died to day. In the Boots
we will all such acts of to .
I I protection
leadership I of the Republican. party organizationereral I PAUIS, Aug. I.-A new Russinn loan is to be the loj'al g\1 the Sonth their due consideration MOXHOK 1101 ..:. \\?K.: Alf RECEIVING WXMW* WHICH WE I I
( Clothing, lo half disposed lo bny. WE: II.ISE TO-DAY .ECiYBRCAtICOEO
In Ihls elly. offered in this market! this week.SIIER1DAN8 And their attention to their choice snd Turlrd 11'\ any person .
rfl
of the freedmen who emigrated I from lot iroccrlo,Canned Good" l.lqnor'.Ap. On IRzn
Liberia hare |ut returned. Speaking) was continued at the meeting until h ind a choice lot of Tobacco. &c. BLEACHED SHtRTINOfl *
this State last year to NEW ORLEANS OFFICERS.'NEwOntEiSK \\rtft. \ ., jMonrt Cambric, Balmsruul
rIA"Ma.ln.
discouraging accounts, and t I letters nearly dark, w lien Convention' ndjournrd 8IrlpHI.dl. and Mlsse BIlk
bring very Aug. t.-Gen. Sheridnn's order DRESS GOODS 11.
They
and Lard \T- ,
Liberia Trimming
remained In are to : nonn.I
from Miose who leaves one in each Board' of the original Coun BROWN'S LETTERS. 11\1 1\01 Country Con, New

the same purport, and advising Southern, freedmen -, cil. On the old board one in tile upper,and four .EX.GO\EHSOI\roln, .August 3.-Ex.Governor Jcwcpli E. Crnshejl,'Brown ant C"lf,1 Sng.it: .. Stylo' no.RoMloK Ac, Ac.' Silk, luI,

aga\n\ t further emigration. In the lower are elected on the Republican ticket. Brown In publishing a series of letters In the (irec'n tntl t Ulaok Tens, SCOTT, J POOLE&CO.'S 1'mbrl. ae.

Of the new appointments two In the tipper and Chronicle and Sentinel, of this city, in reply to CI.OTIIINO.
THE RICHMOND Java and Rio ."." 9 IsrtT. B7NEW CHILDREN'S
AB -' May LADIES' AND
MORE TnASI three in the low er board are of mixed blood;one Hon. B 11. Hill, and in advocacy of rcconstmr I Col. (

CONVENTION.RicnMOD 8. The Republican Convention In the low er lamed Is a pure negro and one Is lion under the milnr. blh. Flour, Rice, .'I'II| Cloth Gaiters & Morocco Boots.5c .
Aug. doubtful. None of the colored appointees belongIng Hoot* niul MICHHosiery nml I Imttmdkcrchief's -
About 2,000 Ex-Governor Perry, of South Carolina, his Hrnncty \\ BOOKS: "!
re-assembled at Capitol Square : & ( ) Cloth ) HM
: ,
colored of to the new enfranchised class, but mere all written another letter advising opposition to re* Cnlnr" Tie Fancy Iston.
Dr. Bayho I .
persons! were present free residents of the State. of Louisiana. before the construction on the Brandy, WhtHkoy, Hair II.t Toth nnl .srlrl 1010 inoo Inn.. trashed
the work of the Convention Eon HAI.I! nv
that as Conglonlllllan. it
moved
nn.1 l -
Norfolk, lipcs Clt.11'r
wnr. tin; Ale, Potter, l'I'fumery and t.owder.Sugar,
that It now adjourn Mill rfiV"' Delta for Html,
was finished recommendation of Governor Flanders TENNESSEE: ELECTIONS. Money ( I .
Uunnlcutt bpposed the motion but it ,ns Upon the Cigars: Chewing and Smoking Tolmivo.' C. DREW Jacksonville, Fla. ), ,)Album, Best brands Family Four,
Mr and Alderman 2.-A Knoxville yonr Meat .
bbls.
resolved Itself Into Gen. Sheridan appointed a Mayor C'lsciNXTt! *: August t dinpnlch 1 -

carried. The Convention and was then addressed by John 3!. for the town of Lake Charles. Olqulcnparish. to time Commercial says that Brownlow estimate Sug.tr Mills! different.' i sizes on II"tl -'- Photogrnpli. &kfjNalleMtO( )
meeting
a tnaei his All of the eight Congressmen : .
majority 2, \ 91AHOMEFOR
who also read an address to the people a 30.0. AI tt\7. Tho New Match, Notion too
Bolls --- nl\lrOtl
will lie well as the United Slates bushels White Corn.
as ISO I
and a platform which.after being submitted to REGISTRATION: IN LOUISIANA.NEW Senator In 1,11111 of Patterson." siTdb i iON'TINVATION 1 As' DAYS OF A KINO-An Histori1 to rnuntmnj Price* down.( -vr'IhinJ in .

meeting for its endorsement, was w lludncn, In Louisiana cnl tri\nslnto from tIme Oerlimn t thl
the ORi.EAt.s, Aug. Registration H"tRIH'
the opposition being violent l Is coniphetetlbut it n ill lake several weeks THE 8URRATT TRI AL.T E:N N E:8 8 E E: -' '. of Mmitt llnrtiiinn, l Iy M
revise the rolls. Many registered under the I ELECTIONS NOTE3.WAwirxoTO PAYMENTOFCOMPOUNDINTEREST (' OF I "It treats .,f the closing; orrncs of thelA of the and Provision Linealwilj" W. R. WILSON A BRO.
TIlE VIRGINIA RADICAL CONVENTION., General's opinion "ill be stricken off. nnfiirlnnto, ,!,milili\i, Mnrnt, King of NnplM. The Grocer 1Mm
Attorney July O.
Aug.: 1.-Mr. J. W. IlunnicuU *, Aug. 2.-Mr. Bradley, counsel G. M. Rame. tale of lilt trflulo' .I.fllis too veil known lo our ---1. .
RICIWOHD No estimates of the State vote lie -
accurate can for defence In the Surratt trial,addressed the Jury Gulet's roa.t to net-its rtf'rt"CI lo the aoriil 1 for the d. 111)) lmiimi.8lmpson'8 : .
made a short address to those In the African made,but there Is no doubt the revised rolls n ill all limo KCi-nm are powrrfullir worked np.
church, in favor of adjourning to the Capitol show n colored majority" to-day)'. Mr.( l'il'll'unt. for the 11'lllolll, NO KAILVKK THIS Tho drmlly limn of the C').I..a.l the power of the KINDON & T1BBITTS
TIME great Colonns" fmnlljr, time orth nifortn- Liquors ,
: ",10,1.
In deliberations to\orr\ .
Square. He counselled harmony the M 'Indicate -0- UKta Mnnhnl of .'rlro. tolhilo to rrmlor IhS I
Tonncssou fl
The recciu-d 1 from
of the body for they were looked to this dispatches work nitnu'llve hv tim" \hl l .portrAVRl they receIve .
'
TEXAS-YELLOW FEVERON Il KAIIR'
of POLITICS IN that the election esteaday passed off quietly To Take Place in Macon Qa. In Its pngo*."-/'Air." )",.r",1. lo\e's Alo, I'lnntntion hitler, Holland \
and hundreds \.I.t
the whole country, by TilE INCREASE. ,
day by and bloodshed as anticipated. The work will \ti f any order St.lmtmnppsittr.S, ,ll., c.FRUIT .
I thousands of blacks, whose fathers..had looked. OAl.vi.8Tos Th\As, Aug. 1.-The appointment In"lhl"t of Infanlrj n at stationed OCTOBER, 1867 of U 01. 1f't.tllt \ Dry Goods Groceries
Memphis A
I prayerfully forward to such a day vas fulL The of Pease as Governor of this State gives satisfaction regiment As i.r..11 mpl'ly/ mnj, he mliaiiKtrtl, new
be called In of will ,
to ( emergency supply I hr ordered
rebels of Richmond and their preas were looking to the best men of nil parties. 101 'I1 only object In this scheme for pnbllcpntronitfrclt FRUIT Wooden Ware
A lIT onrrinl Crockery Cutlery
se'ices
large
but their '
joyfully for a disturbance In the Convention, and Yellow fever I Is steadily Increasing. Physicians lot n"I"In'11 '1' hy s dmlre to soil mv ,
vote was polled, Brownlow seeminjr In have the Rest Estate ill nt 'ne.'r l loam U II the attempt.havemednerd 1 -------o-
be wanted them disappointed. This w'as ft moss are urging all thow who arc not nrclimnted to full tha|rlce onickcin In the roach of all, (I Iroon, I Priiil), nlII"'r\.1 I CLASS-WARE,
he wanted all .d'Rnlg. The report, hcmocr, are lot sad hays placed iliinn the list si fulr til- NK\V
convention, and Republicans represented leave. the city. e-.I on a AMKUIOA-Hy mUil.1 Iff. (
to the result. ,
warrant
In It. Those who could not endorse the -"' : enough speculation oalon.Evt worth i./, : ( Iht"Athcncnm" .Meats Pickles YANKEE 0.

Republican platform adopted by the Convention FROM EUROPE. The Secretary of the Treasury hnslll 'illel that Fourtt Ticket Takes a t ntiil author of "'I'lio I lo1yl.nllI" Caned". .eI., NOTIONS
P
of compound Interest notes, with Interest lie's/Milk &c. & "
VIEKNA 2.-The Sultan left to-dny for payment 0. .
home not wanted Aug. -
of April might go a* they were will the .*>,.Worth I.e. Ihnsi "Mr.. Plum be. "tltel Ih"vlhlll.n4 wel, j"
thereon
Constantinople. only b IIIh.t immaturity anil rrroll* ,
we can
here
here. 'Any man who came to breakup '
the'Platl.'d Ware, offer I. down at r.n
of the United States and liy limo All .c. we pnt travel which ilwrlls full on lima much A CHOICE LOT OF PLAIN
A.II'
; I
the Republican party Virginia were scoundrels BERLIN Aug. 2.-Von Bismarck's official organ Treasury the lowest remit|>rlre such HHIM|.. TOi stand a fin.,, vnd.11)ls.I. M- McCormick.April VI'RCEIVED of
In
tant Treasurers at Boston. l'lmilimilelphmlmi. and chance gculnR brut irireun the for ) .," ", > ,eon.l.tlll part ,
and hypocrite, and would meet the odium they here, In an editorial to-di\y, strongly urge New York. lh .8n fraught with liiMruitloii s. well ss .mas. t Extra and Superfine Flour,

merited.On the Great Power of Europe to interpose In. the ONLY, ONE DOLLAR fluent as to bo eagerly noiiglit unit spprerlalod by'allthinking 111, lid?. I:
Auneckane.-Atmnd Tal". > and Lard,
motion fifty able-bodied men were appoint Cretan question: FROM WASHINGTON The price nVeil for l Is exceedlnKly small, --- I.e\ I''
llk'ls The book coutuius IUimlrttUiit from orIginal pho- .
ed lo clear the Capitol ground and keep order King William of Prussia, to.day..Issued a proclamation In view of.the ihllJ, I you should mil tographs. Ii prlntnl ""lllmllol..r. and bound ineatra flutter: Cbeese, Rice, ,

when the Convention adjourned. assuming the duties sovereign of the RfMOHS or .MILITARY tlIUU'AKRJ'AIO', the others flrsl which, art north third prlre two hundred, there are fold msnv the cloth. Price $3:I( 1.I'd ro.tsl' pr. HEW QOGH8) Crushed, Brown and Cotte Sugar,
MAN.O..wAnII..i NK:"HWABUISOTOK raid on of 'L.MI 1t ]
Those who first arrived at the Square found North German Suites.PESTII AtRl.II amount snhacrlbnl.Those receipt L'oflee Syrup,
who prefer cm adopt, thin ordering
a Conservative delegate addressing about one Aug. 2.-At a rl 'I'ol election for member August 3-P. I-A"mlrl Te.gthol tickets I limo smouni thcjr 1,11111 wish to lavesismoauts -- trees and Black Tea,

thousand blacks. He protested against three. or of the Hungarian Diet, Louis K08IIutb was of tile Austrian navy tuilie, who are WIC much I tit* they csn deposit lbs Summer of 67 Candles, Bonp and Stanh,
the' bveraw' amount they wlih lo re'mil In the bsndsof torn A lo She lliinkrnpt An. Spring
four BMB raUng Convention or chosen to represent the city of Wittren, without In to recover the IMKI.tf Mnvlinlllnn( have renilorosu who will Inform m*of inch deposit, and ., Fat Rock and Canned Potaab.,

big of the Interior delegations by snch an immense a dissenting vote.REGISTRATION. arrived here. I will send him thus tickets i proIdnl I .m acquainted TiE HANKItUIT JAT-IVintcd from of a'.l: kind.,

crowd from Richmond. 'The delegation. ( The order 'for tho removal of General Sheridan with him, or b< can gles\ toe rood references I i official cojmy| 1".tnl.J. iligostetl and 1.I.toor|

would endorse the April platform if they could IN NEW ORLEANS. I. not yet lrelmrell I Is said In c In les, usually tn the his certificate honesty,of Ac.ionic ltd county cnn do Ulcer Dili,lending with the county me .provided \\ltli. n (''|110'! iiulcx for the 1-- ('Igfr| Smoking and Cb.wIngToheco.mtiirillmmcs .
and
only hear It. A voice "you would have heard It NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 3.-The following Is the wellinfomll'tl on public affairs, that Gen. Thomas or But seal.PRICE. (asYln.1 ('0"\(> '' I "-\'( ('*' of tho Lobsters Oy.ler

if had bonfeere la An for New Orleans and Algiers legal ) ntnl I I liuxinoM liyft. All kind ofCnn4 Traits Jrllln, .*e. ,
you ,April. announcement return registration wIll supcrcedc Sherilunan.1 that U.'I'mll I(Ian- ,OF TICKETS, lr"f"lol 1"1, Pratorius & Clark

wu then nude (hat the Convention wasassembling excepting the lost three days in the Second District cock will take UI.I'!' position loW cupled by Mory' /lY.rViV./:,. ..I1 the riiilndrl-) 'Everything In'th* '
nv U .
on the other aide of the Capitol and i Whites 14,8431; blacks, 1,493. White ma- Thomas. 1M ordeied. to report to Wtl.ORmml \1 1,01 rRI8e I.hla Ua!. .

of the au.u.leR. Another Conservative In the Ml. Sherllan1 On Ticket,.!....,.,..10 M E ItO IIANT TAILORS and Line
ora -
jority in Parish, 43( majority city Gen. Sherman. ". In .pr. mailed on receipt of .1.0 In cloth Bakery Oonfecdonery .

roe and commenced protesting against proscribing The expected revision of the rolls will make a The Secretary of the Navy ban received dispatches Ten...*.... 000 .. receipt of f ntiA1IIMAN

any man now for his past political opinions. large difference.- So fur us hoard from, the State. from Commander Hoc commanding' t' Eleven,. .;.. .....100 LCD IN kept coniltntly on band. All of wblel w*oiler I t .,
,
Twenty/... ..A..... .. .... ....ti 0 -0--- ,. D."AU.J I clirnp aa can be bought In this cU .
The Republican party, lie said,' was not strong white 43,063 blacks, 9l29. his arrival ) "
at
register report S. steamer Tacony, announcing FU.........".. .U I'
enough In the State to throw such aid. It -. o- Clothing & Genta'i'U'HINIhIJ E IUNDNa'' .
away Pensacola, four days from Vera ('mzV ho UK/OX, iiiul Krco .
Ready-Made
1f"on'l
was not strong enough either.' Look at General RICHMOND CONVE TION. left Admiral Palmer In his flagship, tho Susqiie- BeloW will be found a 1.1 of I the Frliet; li ...12 ; nnili'.l for *2.2.1. July J, I 117. 83 f
I Cotton Plantation, I Ijnu seers, .I 1 1000, ( ,
Butler, who did more than any other man at the RICHMOND, Aug. 3.-Tho Convention met at hannah. Senor Don JO Lncurza, Prime Minister 1 Eight RoU Home anti two mere lot --0 UOOIIM.WR .

Charleston Convention to bring on this war.' A 10 o'clock this morning In Capitol Square. About of the late Emperor Maximilian, and his In (' 4,011)( 0 -'ICltOSS"MASONk'- .- ,,.:_,. : t
Acre Mucoii I,9n0 .UNlVERSflLL.VIRGINIA.
voice here cut the speaker short by announcing 5,000 colored and 200 ,'hlleI'I'J'IOnlwerepresent.Dr. secretary were passenger on tha Tal'ny. Hear 2 L'D411 .county 1,000 0 .

that the crowd must walk around to the other Baync a colored delegate from Norfolk Admiral Palmer.reports hU arrival at Yen Crux mo* 100001) Phi U'I'-tUQ; ARE NOW RC.I\'INC: : CUTIIINU kid :.

side, and It left tn maut,Jeering the speaker as.It moved that as the Convention had done Its work o the 20th, from. Key West, via Tallku. Tho 100 too [".' I".t, 'S" coo mo 0 mai''t for 12.75. the action.Clenllnraen't t'lrol.bl'I.I...., iiillubl' *>r WIIE J. will NEXTKtMIONOr.1. on Ih. 'ral day TIIIBIINI1ITIJTIOI'II OOTOBEB.: ,. II.' I t: S 'f.

1.1On the other side was,perhap the largest It now adjourn n'lte die. Tho proposition was United Slates steamer Yautic Is .- 50 ,' .,' *:10 0 and end Thursday, preceding the 4U M ,

assemblage In Richmond with considerable bailed with cheers. Mr. Ilunnlcutt opposed adjournment quiet there: Maxwell, commanding no : 0 -IIIWOr.EOIONSO' AL 0 A FIlEt St'PI'LY OK 1HIU4. .
Everything admitted time
Lcut no :aoti To b. a* a alld.ll. sppllcaat
.
sprinkling of whites, amid a good deal of confusion and said that time reason ol adjourn U. B aleiuiicr .' on board his r .tiw 0 U 1IKNIIV: WAT- : Blaik, Blu end Colored f'lolln end Caielniere*, be iliteen years of a*.. There I I D,prwcrib
caused by the Immense crowd. Mr.' llawz- to John M. Rolls and flair Acre last' end two UHIIKC, : and Brown fHrrifulunt of.lldll la Ibis If"Mn>
yesterday was give vessel I in Tamplco river on the 19th of July. lie rC"1 (ion. C.! N. Army, Viitliiit' BUik Drab lilt: Illtck dent schools will attend, but In

hunt was chosen temporary Chairman and,Mr. others who had not participated In the proceedings was busied In the Protestant cemetery at Tampl \.quarter In Atlanta Acre, Ixil, and- >room I Inline /I 0 niul E-Oovcrnor of Lotmisiamma-Ity Ninth Bilk Blu)4liUurra tUnnel., While Fancy and Hiving; CUl.Navy..' lb. Academic may Department I..u b attend at IM

Whlttleaey temporary Secretary. The delegates an opportunity to be beard. The Convention co on the 20th, the authorities there honoring the In ALllnla. :HMI( 0' A. .l" 1'riooti'i, ; mli..1 t i.2S. immc'ka soil t.luret three,naleta by leave of lb. k*b allow**
under the in the In 'the I 15 Acre f.ul'Jn snbnrbn of AtInnta. OIJu. to atlea4 let*than tbree lb* method 1. .
met tree Square quarter
mean could now afford to hear what they had to occasion with military ceremonies. Ill ii e''b. ) Ml '*, "' lion I* by lecture* .. ._ I ,
time. The other wing had printed the follow log tomahawk l ltetwCt.'n Bolts 1.1' .-o- which we ir* prepared tu auk up I la I'* 1 beat manner Tb tnt.bb I I. divided InMthrao .
Elizabeth
say us tho political The Austrian corvette was at Vera I M'lcndld .eUlbln., iv) mi' and on moil .. .." term.. daiiyezamlnallons. .\oln.ll, .
band bill IRutJILiCaUI buried. He W Buggies,I.'JA eavb,,1 I. |hesittI. -
and the Republican party was now Cruz awaiting time arrival of the body : I odrulr. .0
o)ub flue eighteen carat Watch JOHN M. the Wur-Muilnl
STATE COKVCNTIOX.-The dele- said the the Slate by thirty ilian. A French was also In no'Ol .-ACADEMIC. J :
party carry gnbt port. Udli W.teb. tl'JA a glues to the State Convention of unconditional thousand majority, and the ship was huge enough In, Vera I I ." "am.le 100' .,,b, I'. ) 00 for '2.60.IUUAUEr. Win. F.:. Pulses. A. M.,Prof of Ltlu. I
foreign rcopl M.reh00 taIl?. MICE B. I.. lllderelreve Pb. D Prof of Ork.
Tea ill acb, tn cash, 7? ,
Union men called to meet in the African Church to carry all 1 shades of party_differences;' (Cries of Cruz excepting our on n. foreign Consuls 10 "Mel.four pl.c .a.'h, .0 -. M. Bchel. I>* V.rs.L if., Prof of Modtrn Laagnaire '. j '

in tills city at It o'clock M.,today will meet In yes.) The speaker favored disfranchising only have stnl'k their flags. Santa Anna. ,is at Campeachy. .- Xfl Fifty Picture Albums,9.1 ea 4, I.:.J.II 0 *. '
the Hall of the House Delegates this eveningat those rebels who would talk Congress 10 Flnbnrnte Ic,Htcbtra.135 em'h, .0 MA1TLAN1) ) ; Cb. H. Venalil, A. M, Prof of W.tbematlc I' I"
agint 10 Cake Hi.kels. heavy plated rail", 1:10 flOW Illll ICMCE.JriMIK Ui.pold J. Porch, Alet. Pf of Applied kTalkniatlca 3 t
8 o'clock, to perfect organization of tile Republican and the Republican party, and not, like 10 Ladlca' Worl 900 each,11 :I( l ltitloQ of this win'k l 1.\ Mi'Olii *. r f
Bl. .
.
party of Virginia.! Every delegate is Gen. work In harness for reconstruction ENOLAND-THE REFORM BILL.GOOD 2 sells & or(:.W eai h, IJ) 0 >fmnl.; for I;.- I Francis. II. Smith A. M., hot of Nat. PklloMDkf.B t-.
Lnglret. WOOD HACKS. W Mold I'cni In CMC. ) lC Maupln, A. M., Prot of Chemistry.
111..c'bJ
requested to be prompt la attendance. None sells heavy plated Cation, ( ) (To b* appolnled BopL 41k,) PeeL of TeckailiQ .
pa.; LONDON, 3-P. M.-In the House of : I beg I**** to Inform *
other than regularly appointed delegates will be Loud her made for Butts, "lii, appeared Aug. ( ( heavy platoj Knives, 00)each r L tWrIH\ISEO IbM h II.lclruu. .' and Alrl.ultllraillcl.ae.. "
Fri I just
admitted into the HalL Signed by the Committee and received wt three cheers from a portion Lords this evt nlug the reform' bill,was reportedfrom 01 I .) Butler 0.... I 0 eai b reissUe \1 t'lhla i .. l lCA I W. II. McUnfry, I). !>., LL. D., Prot of Moral nil- "
the committee of the whole It w asunder Chased be vy plated, ( each BERLIN AND BAN a .'
ofAmngemenU,Richmond August lat,1807. of the crow d. And then f"lo'e a scene of con wh8 :I Curd$ Cop 5 00 each 8OUCI : 'I..u.i "K'rJd. Holuiee, LL D., Prof of Ill.tory,Literature .

speaker to address c018\1'lltII, and ordered for a third read IHIIO Butter Knives, beary pbted I 85 lo 8 00 eai b THE OK HKKI.IXt' 11(30( OF ICE and Khelorlc. '
THEVIRGINIA RADICALCONVENTION- 1.lon. \10 atempt Ing. .'inllllllon"ill lie taken In the le..lr tll .,... IHnlDK Forks, b"v"Ilald, I 00 .."b MRRCIANT,- II.- .-S t tL.w. ,
but cried
the was down whim shouts 'bMM
II.el F.nftrarlnta; 2 eai Both being hats ... of the I interesting '
A SPLIT IN TIlE PARTY. "vote the resolution down," "vote It ," "\oteBolts on Tuesday. ) Tn Spoooa. S 0 each works of Mr. Mlblback, which ar. now having VIA 1'. MAItKH 'John B. Minor LL. II, Prof of Common amid Mat. J ;
RICHMOND up At the G. rucvs the principal aeita Glold-flned valt Cation a taib ut* Law.
1. wo.,1 .
Aug. -During the recess of the "' )> ti 11 such a wide tale U.O mailed I)IBNEW
down. Dr.Puynasald that he believed Ku-hmoad I 1 each5W II IJ. Hiiuiball. Prof of natltuUol and I.t. **- .
Radical Convention several short addresses were that the wing the party represented by Mr. J'e was for time plat.; Eleven horses Dessert 8pn.Gobt, I 0 cash ad .ill 1 be utile l<> supply.. (I Ih. l lowest sad tlunal |jw, Mercanille Law tad Equity j ,
made aU of them Bolls o ran; the leading hol came In a* follows;
relating to and his clique, Bolts w'antcd. without mingling with the Convention m .ol reasonable irruu,from 1IMzincAu.To t ,

aid the proposed Convention called by the hand to speak nlll'erl1 aUI.IC A vote w a* Camelia first Lord Rn.l second,and Amanda Plan of, Raffle. MAI', Q* >YI.OltILA-Maii.d at ( b* appointed Sept. lib,) Prof of Medici and : .
bill Botta was denounced as desiring to make third A duplleat number for inch Ucktt will b* placed Obalalrlca. \
the Republican of the State then taken and the Convention adjourned nut lu a rouud box, on auall pisces of card. and lulledIndlicrlmlualclj. :I$1.2. :; "JL \ One Pound to the Ton. J I 1. Cabull, M. U., Prof of PoytloUvy and Surgery ''I

party subaervieul to die, with great cheering. YELLOW YEVERONTHE ,PACIFIC.; ., Tk. iriS Damb drawn t..lb. July t. '87. 8 .. B. Ita.I., M. I) Prot of Anatomy and MaUrU ,:.
_
his parry,or break It. There were loud cries for Dolls COAST Drill she second 0004 priu. i Medic.
A then t
pr.
uiaaa meeting w. urglzet.ad Th. will tabs H I)., 'ror. .
Both and : I prli* dmwlu Maul.lo.I orCkemlalryamdPkwaaMI.J '.
made tale
a proposition was to send a com who had maintained Its 1 thrmHe SAD FBAVC taco, August 3.-The steamer Re- WASHINGTOICOLLEGELINiTN I .
'lnd. ad. pLio Iu public, a4 conducted by dUlmeraUd* inea K. Lbanrellor, M. !> DemoMlraior of A_,.
mltlM to Invite him to explain his position but has arrived from Panama wIth fryer under. Oath. licllltlct for f
lb.
said he was no Intruder, but came as a member sacs yellow I..I"1 ampli- Irauivorlillon on Time aiwrriraltaipeate oflh studtfattk* **>
h failed. For full descriptions of and my refer- ,' ". \. K. at'l t I'ted I
properly ,
She reports sixty-eiKui'caseton ; .fl:1 I haYlol tear. cxprewly slot of ulu. inoutba,eiclu.lv of l.xl-bookt,ciotkv
of the It had been I.r.l on Voy-j ,
Republican send for will -
boad a la
three las au
TIle committee prty. .1fUI' blyyl -- or lb. \lug and pocket money, will b* about a*follow t ,
on |*nuanent officers repotted eighteen deaths. Mewl of the dead I ; "
that be had written denouncing Northern age np. ad bare only, llrkelaSpecial
Ole .
in favor lelter &. (Jen K. E. LEE, PnMnt,aided by t corpa of twenty I. For lb. Academic Student.1I.odl.ltlree PreI I .
all the .
appointing old officers of the men lo as The (barge were buried. The sickness J confined to the instructors, Including a frr..r of ,Uw. IOE AND FI8HYTRADE ; lessors, 13)10. .

April Convention and recommended the platform Ylna. thirty aulter.ho bad stood crew. There 'not one case among the officer lan. '. 1 II 1 For tb* Law 04.0".U.D4Ial In* lull court ., I I "

of that Convention adopted without alteration: by.them, much as to make years him odious w ilh Sixteen cases rejuifled on bowd- There I* now Those. wbo wish to buy ULkets lu Ibis $ .C4lil NEXT 9gmION win btgl cii il.. TIIKI bulb 0' I..r'ur tiIII. .. ; ': "
'l'lr furuUb III lb Mrdleal Htd
b lu Ice aud Flab, Ib Ik fUMetlU
1 l. alttadlu *
The Hlan,can do to a* *: I duliartIcket r In end "rvu..1 eg j'
adopted/ amid I
report aa tothe officers ThereeuinmeDdduQ IoU. .I. ", on ,.
was his own party. With refrnce to bis having no communication heti ecu the vessel and shore. for any cents; U .11 .you pay {4 Thursday I. Jun. aJUb. Ir. lbs 1'0" A U*. J K. *!roaraa6., .

as to the pUUorta gave line to been unwilling at one time to give the blocks .uf-- The Pacific mall steamship Montana lias also fur the prlMornoiukU.' I will sell t one dull Lilniton. may b reached by atai(*(room Hlauutonor sin "...p.reIO.. furalb(M'DI.with auy amount ur these turni. rctpedlvtly, 1325. |XM and MO
an excited debate.' Mr. Botm, Norfolk, said If ith the New York Hi krt fur twenty-tv. rente| If It draws a I.rl.you Uoabea on tb. ) Cwlral Railroad, from of d"lnrl' will b* required In adv.ne.,amid Ih*baluco tn Ik*
this Convention & he said that he bad only been 1 because ave w pn'n There ray t< Cur the prla or not tabs It Ou. advantage Lyoi..bburvby Ca Vlrlot stage from _k'. on I'rnftCIIlb.*_loa. -
adopted the platform it would if lbs negroes bad been given suffrage were no cases of fever aboard, lh 1'two In lutiulluc 1* Ibis way I Is tblt i If you should pay lb. \.* Tea. lUllraiul.For lon FREE OF'' CHARGE For Catttotrn.gIving. detail of the nrgat.Min] ,

have nothing to do but go home, and if they did b before he bad his deaths during I lime trip from other ratne Iweollf or lAy caau lot a ticket and It should ruithef .apply 1'.r.r Iba Fac- .. of the schools J. plan ef Inttruclloo, es pens *,.e.,
vote would strengthen pal t i ; ; .
e
prolt'ton. I It .. ddma Ww WiRTiiiiiiia,
out much .1
that, then the meeting held by the you are 0.1,1 t wb.r I oIly 'o( Becrelarr, or *a
other wing the be would be shot would TO T11j ITla, ', Biornlg S. -
Dmnrali party, or bURHATT TRIAL.WAMUISOTOI wu one dull.yoa b out Ifty or" JsIy" t.' 1. \1.1 "tUIV I. MAt'Y1NCh'noftMPse1ty,
calling hints Convention
would TIfE
remain in session down street for with flee rnl mar. : P. O. ValvenHy of V*.
two or three days adopt a platform appointan attempting to vote August I-JI. IVirc-xinl| O. MJOrtl-ETT: Oriflln (J.. d'Tbacco. July II, 'Ii?. WMf ,-
the He had not the Con Liquors Goshen Butter
Ixeentive RublCnL altend for prosecution, Ih. Aug 1.1"17. II .
Committee and the Jury
Republican but because thought he could cOlaluC a I. :,. .
would go Into the Tnllon In the Surratt trial, to-day,and time entire Ale and Porter
campaign with two parties dutnoregoodoutofhbutbeendorsedtta occupied BRADrr }I. EQUITABLELife .1 ;
r
*hicA would be ruinous. HunnicuU urged Out friends; plat day, and tha probability Is that b will lot con STATE SEMINARY I o. .1lla and.Fish &o. '
form, and did his who bad come to the ,
Assurance A'
propriety adjourning until to-morrow orderto 1 the argument before Tnelny. A Ie. Society
attend the but hadbeen due ,Porter ;
,
give the other wing, who' bad not attended city &crowded present Connnt.accident design Receipts (J the Iutrl Revenue Il. $i- rpHE EXERCISES IN TiE MALI A FEMALE C'ktwIigTvbtufO., will b* kept nival O lit* fur tale, l.k.u divert A i ;

time to come In. If then they refused the LLuW wbet;by o Fractional currency X Prp.rtinrta ."b al wniuwy, u.. former Tobacco from Ib* K.. I
lii.could They would that 3.0. dung uuder CHUM board ol ahu.klol and Cttfara. A. f Assets $3,000,000 Cash.AVNUALLT. ,
nt. Major a r "II.UK. '
would be bUI td 01
ra&
upon thence the ending to.daymimnounts to |391.300 .
Beveral motions wek bKflFORiJs.Mssc AprUtf. 1.11. 5TAYLOR'S
were platturm. He warned the meeting deceived p.traiu*<-1.ra.1 b. alo the For sal*b* F < oIin'IDL"Dci I ISOUTHERN.

.reigned to around adjourn the Mid speaker's Mid, Great contusion by demagogues into the belief D that the TiE-CJOLER.\. 1'1.. .r ,$rplrb.r.. ill, I _)' )J ,5.5-4w a PAYABLE 1st C*.. ,,, I
stand. Several order of the Board of !
at- had all the em' The Democrat Virginia Yo ten .of cLotersluavsoecunedIn Hy 'Aurelo. COTTON GINS I -- ,
wmptod to artbe b,. The colored pow o NEW tK,August -Only cae ,.ru. J'resldent. &c. I'
seized of the sergtMta ,'i not resist the Republicans now, but wait ua- thlseltysluce theist May Jtlv 3 i'K?. .: Shot Nais. "If tuy man pro"'d..ot fo hi*own,tud t|.uUU I
OM speakers to tlune
bin for those or bU
mouth and bouee, b balk
wj dnaM the
they get back into the Union, and we will and ease been np by immediate SRO' A BEtS TPPOI.NTFO'AOF.NT PUS bilk. '
a row seemed imminent The iI every h r.I0\t H "fl and It wort lisa aa InMcLt' -
platform '
was need man to U>em. :We must disinfection of the preml-* In which occurred : Notice. Nails ll.. ol Ib. ..bvCelebrted IH 8CK1PTURE. -
every lgh Fiji :
adopted without a dissenting voice,and the Do 1 J ..Craek'ery WeedsWu l sal* I rpllU lest and Mwtla*
tag was declared|o be adjourned until lo-m meet drive any m rrm amongst u (Cries of and thus the disease Las been LJ>t.al8 UkidMy- Ab.-K.NCK FKOW THE TATE .. set r. IIAIFIRIJ..1 ru Gins, for .., provision' la for lbe 10.1; lb.sili.I i. ,
nmr D your family t temporal wtal Aid her.
I We on't") He then rd aa addres* A WeateuM 'k 0
lIIOrnlo,.; ullol J &spreading o florIda Meatra.. ripy ar* mySlearrEngine Wa.ebI9'L r I aw prrpand lo receive order fur Ib.a.ime. PUl- equllaliU Llf A.... IIoc I.," Bars Umeaua. ( I ,
J.ATK1LRJCBMOKD to the people, and a plalfuiin. wbirbj ht said ut -' .eU"- A. 8. i4WK1NI.Taiiahmaaie,1J&y --- C,.lu waul "fGln wi ...Ulu lese order early This Company baa Economy and BcrairMi '.
time oJudge Underwood and Kr. Hun- ROBBERY Of THE UNITED STATES Coffee andSugar. I lli.great .1 uul) allow lb. maiufactiirrr .- lo retomiuend II. Bu any I lie bntiuea w.* of Mew ,
,Aug. I.Tbenntlon diet not .provl EXPUES8.in. JH, i IT 1 t-i tp|>ly a l.b lo.. ).. Tork. ttaielu* "laaunnc* Monitor and WU at 1 I \

take place abe Capitol but a number of the Ollt. address recites, events a lh close Lot u. August {.-The United Sutra E- 'JAVA -.- K.vt.:" "Nest to the Mutiul Life'Mud*Ik* .I
:
of the ami mba conduct p t UM fsjnalheni for Sale I corrtc.HU KsulUblr A*.raie.lnof which Ik. lou iIs.f ,
war,
-, 'of Ike Conservali ivea big owt and urgan- -which p "oat f 1,700 yetierday morn. Colf.-c, ; M.
pie, led tb. Johnsonian pdiry, r"'u
lied meeting, and several nude speeches on by by three ; Tbl. Sect you ran bav e.UblUbed by ealllaw
coutpUinlng fJl Tei.; ( I'ATKXTSTEEL
county (
HayaTII. -tll ;
delayed reniostructiun. Lfretl !.Ul.; or K.. J. fe. 1)11 Agent Taltebsesea.,1Apriii'sll. .
of die eoorw'of the Radical m'Ing.'anj moved men who stopped t stage. Pameiigen "", ''f KICJHT IIOIWE roWER EHO1V1 FOg hALE, Ra! k Tea, 67 .
Mr. to ,
indulged in bluer deW of 1II1on1 .- George Rue,o rblnl., tnd slam robbed of conMoVrable.money and Mhrr val 1 1* perfect ",d'r. Yr lli 5554 t apply ib.kwtib Ik.* Hui!,!i.fallklu.KKoraii BRUSH GIN
se the and motion bit vfllr K JJUW a. .
On.-ker said h. wu not going to be med y .d pUtlunu bt th Hkop. Ly JtVYORf. BOW blol lolr.uc.d into his booth silk greatarta.
.
wd with il withdrawn u.b\ July U, 1 67. *Mii .
Ciokfll4if4O.tiUO .
b I Ib
either Boa ah ( .b. ran t at i
or Hnnnirntl to mal.V- them In ret RECEIVED 11. ,
Here a loud voice announced that a TIIK CRETAN WAR. .0 1. J.IIUS. .

speaker, who opposing the en>"_ 1 1?| : |lt; DkEUI!l HFUtOr lOKk FROM 3 IKW.Hams' -7" .
LJJ. A."II.Dkk nnd FURNITURE! UALiiMoke.JU .ll ; Land and ImmigratiowOOMPANY.
MORE REOYALSByIli3 HOLY ROYAL lh meeting, had stolen a bune from a one armednegro. re tr.t.tt Gr d.t bushels tkUa ..BulU mi/re, Bacon"Sides ,
: &c
lAws It.stiaad.I -
11IG11jg TU created The n* ker the Turks recent The lu ki"I ( .
KINO PhILIP. OP :'EWOK. great er1 .,e .engagements., to Cement.
LE.tN& : came up the capiiul step*to confront the ac- aam* dispatch malu maotkm of the d'| ,of .1 CUT BECEH'CI>, a birie asiOrtw.al tr teaks. buffield Ham*. Sf.AK .
tl
Sno..u.u. cuwr. and crowd of blacks the French for t 9IAI'1'.... A. F. IIFILLXI' ,. r ( lE UAH.
-\ lioUa."l, iiiiIru a Urge a op squadron C.a b puri>' aVr. ITI HKwbkb mad iiIi'1. **- BVUB Ild. 0. -.-

It' Issued to-day: above him, ,Everything |L-m&eJ lke fof Utagiag back refugee to Greet will U e'ald h.. *-r C.. -April Wr. 't'hllttt4)MPASTI.:

lIuDQ'u Firm- MIUTAU DUII'aJCT. t I' some I.bet the Duller ..U by"th r TESITESSEZ ELECTION : GI DAMON.. COOL AND HARD. ur.$ _. I (.barto,. wIth Ib* lullSwlu onV.rtr"N1'aW7 I* .U*

1\.w OauAxa Aug. 1. ISI7"LcL&L i accu er expUmlng that he h only 1''and July I <7. Vlm .. 'T>uT WJOIIEN BITTEB. always o* icc, beat V ;4MMb_ BUI.r. 111* EtnUcncy DAVID WALKEK rrV

.wm.Na.lOT- j* f. could nut vouch tut th* charge. XinivtUJ, August S.-Th.iciitms*o far dot I) Mat* .e o.tlwy. o* Ic'EoKU-b iMiryLkcM Warkercl awl Coda i.r"F. I.J1.: '. lJ4wu. tUOUk. Vk/
Tbe Board *Aldermen np a majority fur &ewnluw of Trimble, Pen. & Ga. R. R. Land Office a lw "a |J..P"rt AlcValwayaonlet. t DHADruKll., ". I'. ..' ).i rrrU.ad wniafy. |
and followed 17,0 .
Assistant Akfcrrf mad a vt brief speech and was by AI.. I"U a Magchl1Ild1| .' $ : "J. B. BKOKAW, Trfto..J..
men th* OIy of New Orleans: an hmfcy I'a4- Mr L. 'ud.District Attorney, Rer. Mr.Gira StnccU. .until ).Ja Han kin.. X.lk Apft1W,1I7. _W A U. etuKU-tta.. Foncln Af,Bl.
K I "! Xumer and Battle LIVE J'asnT.bsmisasn, 4 0Eoacsis 'J'
as .: & ,ore OAK '
and
I and Lewi 1\ Flour and D 110... for
8.cl o FRESH FISH Crackers. Agrai Eul VhwiUa.
A. W...orU>. Pfaidrat.Jum 'lltCiuir The following andunanimously t Cunjrrass. Tb Rl claim lo t sur- 4 LI v-ass to purchase Iaitro.dJ.ssda, j Wiu4iM I TIKBBK, AIf..a' fat Boutk riurU*.
\Itu .
William Smith,and larch*others ofth Bwd Wul for both b ti Legislate 2o.,Mysinu on ,. .or* per- / H* .U a Unw. .t from the" '1 b- P TkCuiaipiuy livlte puuiUn_ vtfeci k* "
adopted o 'M Ikey see e cklTlUtold LAWJI1 EXTRA
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II addma t.e Ur. Imf r. u 'UlI. UBda to diapoa, of by aal*M k***,lo cumunitat.i --
Aklirnie., aft -.u4 A. D. GriiT. and I WhcieMtTUa luTal 'Auiic a citbtiu, will _. c.wUpt .. .t.. .Tom lb U-. F. ftPILLLK.Apnl aup.ts. at MC. atmliug .irLe. pw acre, locality, lnip.seeni.at.

James Gla sad Mh l. Uad f O. L ta. .l_7. .i_._ Httdt I.u. ., .'. -
stet TU n appidated III their r soon L required k select a repmenUtiv man Le Lodge No. 5, J. O. O, P. Teb.ld.lsoT. A'f. I -. t.- tr" U amid I 1 kej d *icl iroducijigku-K aumbcr oEar*- '

KMOM V* ttttuving this prnon* t U their candidate fur the office now held by Ih* --- NAILS. ( 5dCkWSIi34b) pews iniamigrusis Bring the ceasing fiiU.ad.
are 10 be fouodia 1 tU diaordend euoditiua lo *the United Slates, and w the lute Brdkrsssnrsnilad.dIbMib.rS.IUb -- OA KECa Mot Hop 'al. Shut, Powder I. ktsUOFOKD, te to bmt lawn upon tb* beat poaaibl Icrit F- 4'

'kick UJ have icducd tint day twdi ,aaj th* P placed I BrpubKcaa *a f Leon Ltdft, V Au, XU"I. t.ta. tU Paceusehme4b7 4- r, ltiU.tLJUST M.. I'.'II. 4ttu.White Ibc* latcraatcd U tkl__III..poa lbs _
wfU
e&n waL u party, a* fD.c. I -, bl which Ib* taste wellkr ol oar 841 ta kugvledcpccda
wUck they hav* made and are saaiteg to I.1 a uader Ih* ninny w .QJ.a dL LeoatI.M.vraisg. Doss 4T TM YWIII.J. Ojrscg.Mwms.eaiu' ,are taTtled I**o tmui>lui.nub a., ni.-

Imi'ede UUwn4 e xcoUaBUa l laws J/ CUBed duungukbed 1 oal* k they hav*' .*4 I..dk B lfaaimBs.Tssa U.&. RECEIVED, Corn kcr ut Ik*Cuuipaay -
Ga tk Meal Tk*Work U>ui of lb.Coaip.iy b tow .psiipa4
grai 4 Hank Id.and the ads suptJts iU- rrs4end I Ih* dnpcnu for liberty sad B7ne4.r.fJ. .Gua J.O Buoc ( blade and !ia : TMUVOKIkU. ESTKAtT* .! all ..I.sj4 \VH1TE raN MEAL if>l oa kaad : ..an aoHrhaU from all wk. desire _
h. t 7ROAI, a &r.t ,... *. A F .
7 r o. Br rnj.a cYt 0., zaJia. > and &. J. .ILIR II by E *..* M oar MUrrprW.May .
gnunn *nfc uum'&n"
iti.puk-k. Aprt15zot; M i5, lJ7 .
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: Advertisements.HT.A. Savannah. Advertisements. New York Advertisements. FLORIDIAN Railroada APensacota ,:Steamships &Q.
1ty THE -
': G! Y ARCHER;:I 1" UVELY .. :. .-..-...' -- ,


t SHINE SCREVEN HOUSE JAMES POWELL, : & G Georgia[ & T Tallahassee


(Successors to Gregory, Delouest &; Co) TALLAHASSEE FLA. PIANO FORTE MAKER,

.' 34 Rat ffoa .*"*. Ntte t'ort. W' dWllnrf RAILROADS

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL fromJrodtloMr.. prBl.I'HEDSKMMVKKKLV
ATTEND: TO ALt8ALF.s'.t ACCTION WRL

; 1 SlJGGISTS WILL. receive and forward Oood on ContUnInent. tIASOS of .11 kinds and price. \I. CHANCE-O.F

DEALER IN Tb! Inle partnmlilp. of Shine A Spiller having. J rlnrtlnif the rrlcbmed. upright. "" SCHEDULE.
bem. dlnaolved h* bl n removed. his Store to \ grand. with l, the ni-w bal .rUlln.olD -0----
9, '87 M-2m\ '
" O N AND AFtER MONDAY APRIL*ni b,.1 i Iv,
"Gallie's Old Corner the Train on Ihcee Railroads mar be ""j
Co. to leave and arrive it the everal IPtet''

[ JIz.1i ., where at all time may b.tonnd *tnppl? nf the beef Garrett, Young, Scott & boon below the right named to .tlio eompanle.itnUoni, 0WIer i ftt1t' .tIe re.

and fre..hrl ervtng vary therefrom. i llbel dIcre.

Warren and 29 Murray Sts, lIon I .
\ Groceries BAVlANNAH GEORGIA. No, 33 Fre'lbt udAcn..atodatl,0
Tral
-. g.!.
WI. NEW YORK, AtTAI.I.AIIAREE Kant iArrive

which will be old a.*. low a* can be purrhantd at "...""".. .. ,
"
I any entabllahment. In thli. city.AUCTION FIRST CLAM HOTEL bu been recently SrCCEgKOM! TO at TiflihiuwVe.............. gfJ A'u')[
ft. THIS & end newly furnished throughout now Leave Tllahee..,., u

SALES (toad. unrivaled the South ARCHIBALD) YOUNG GARRETT & Co.o' Leave .. ::jVS ..
..f't O McGIXLT, Proprietor. Leave Madtoon....
:I March 13,'6?. ..' SOPULASKI NEW YORX rl.OHIDA. LeateLlveOsk............ jjj P...)[.
( EVERY SATURDAY. Arrive Lake City) ..... !5
t: : f'l\ Arrive SavannahFreight ......,........... 6r.Q 6.00A."
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA March I, 18B7. 44 [Seat copyTO' A5D >>.
_. ..d Accommodation
-- HOUSE ( ol.| ,
.i SPENCER SCOTT, & CO., W*.t t

, :' AT TIlE OLD STAND, RESPECTFULLY CALL THE AT- THE MERCHANTS' Till: Leave8..ao.b.. ............. .. 830PC
t*
WOULD of lilt Irlcndu, patron and the public .* SQUARE OF NEWARK, N. J. Leave Lake CIt.1.; ..... .. SMA *
generally, to his large and wcll electedlock of OP JOHNSON LeaveLlvejOak..I.. .. ',;
\ Leave Madleon.......IQM
'. TAI..ADA""RF.. FLA.n \ SAVANNAH. GEORGIA Extensive Manufacturers Leave.MonUcello.......... .., 1 1,20 u
PC
Florida 'and ;f fWE Arrive at Tallahauee............. .. 3011'u"
Georgia ; MIDWIIOI.ESALE Le..TIII.blUet..........::: 415
DRUGS MEDICINES W H. WILTBEEQEB. Prop'tn Arrive at Qnlncy................... 6.15] uU. a
A DF.A'.F.R" Oldest in the State 1
have on llaml a full ,orlmtnt of : : Paper Mark. TrU -Freight tad 4,.
\
WILL SELL! AT WHOLESALE:, all article Feb. IS,1887. 4VOm ""' eommodaiUon t
t In Donetllc Ooodl. .--;.- INMen's
F.D9.Dd Pry it -
})PAINTS; OILS New York COST! for thirty dart. Leave T.II.ba..e....... ,...10151.u.
Fresh' Arrive at St. Mark.. ..
Drugs ..HWM
\
OUR STOCK OF BLAIR &: BICKFORD, & Boys' Clothing LeaveSt.Marks..t.........:....... ...200 p'',., '
Arrive Tallaluuee. 3tt .;
Medicines Bleached and Brown -- -
2 ., l'I i '. Toilet Shirtings nEAtEns IN c. W OARRERT A: 8 8HAFER PMCBg T_.. for Mnvaaaah t
Jtrt Perfumery, Articles, I Ie very heavy.' Can aid tiamln*onr price*before EBFN YOUNG A. L. 8COTT,
Chemicals, you decide to go NoI'tb to m.ke your parelll. I SPENCER SCOTT. F. )I. ( ARRr.TT.June,1SO7 ; Lea.J.r..oo'lIIo................... 210P' uLeaveLakeCltv
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l ;
8M
No Goode sold Credit.
oa TIMBER AND LUMBER 78-10ni
,Arrive at Live Oak. : mj
&C. & &C. u
0. tfeltIIBIM'& ALLEII'
'k' .......
Faints, Feb. 120 1867. Ul1GEORGE' Determined to make It In every wr*** Arrive Savannah ,. 600 A. M.
P .... Trmlm from
Doors Sashes and Blinds MARVIN'S PA-TENT .e. HnvnamahtLeave
"
: 1:1 Oil?; which be 1 Ia now receiving, and will sell a. low a. .. .. &I0P.M
: fan be afforded by any etlablUbmenl. In tbo State." W. SCOTT &. CO. Leave Live ..' .. (HI A V'Arli..11
Order by mall or otberwlae will receive prompt : MOULDINGS ALUM; AND DRY PLASTER A RELIABLE JOURNAL, Lake Clt,........... 8 10 A: V:
I ,p. Turpentine;. ,attention and be filled at a* low prlcea a* It lb. COTTON FACTORS Arrive at Jacksonville.........U10P. H
I., buyer wen here In penon to elect Air blfflMlf. HI. II -0-
; 'p t lock rom rl.'lba' following lel"1QUININE. Lao Ballusters Newell Posts &c. FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOFWnrrMted CoBmectloB.The .
Dye-Stufis, I We shall spare no pains or reasonable eipenseto

COMMISSION MERCHANTS I give the Steamship Ulnnet; leaves 81. Mark for X ell
IJ'' ,, ..! BAT MTBtXTT SA.PES. Orleans about toe 4th ol each month. About lbs
; 1. ,goi! Petroleum:,. \; TalIaamuee. rirldl. 6lh 16th and 26tb of each month the Steamer tern
leave St. Marka for .
-a.. SAVANNAH GEORGIA Apalnchlcola where ate e..
andToilet A large apply of. Quinine, choice brandi, In tore mania on the 7th, 17th and 27th, wit'h the Sletmthl*
.
t ; Fancy .. and for ole by > I DEO. W. SCOTT.: Florida. I T.H. HODOKISS.N!" T. .. ALL OBOBM TiLimo Prn.r.-'J LATEST NEWS Florid for New Orleans. '

... M. LIVELY. I.L.8MALLWuuDM. LI.. | D.IL POOLE, 1II. T. F b. 11!, 1867. 43-tf .e Beet In the World. .. A line ofUgo between Qutncy,Boinbrldge ml
Articles. Albany will connect with the trahn.
'I ADVANCE: ON AND SHIP COTTON ROBERT WALKER.NOTICE.
-0- ,WILL Liverpool, New York, Mew OrUana or fa.Vanaab. 10. W.ARDIMOIT. a. R. AXDRMOK.O1O. -0- Geo'18uperla"Ddtll
.
I I ''I .. W.' ADIMO, It. A. O. COLS.Jno By Telegraph: & Mail I Aprlllll,186f., M
-- lal, 111.1884. 89MYERS CORRODE THE IRON, NEVER LOSE -
:I.'t.{ OiLs; OILS W. Anderson's Sons & Co NEVER
: ,/ Ii .. OILS, tilled 1 with Fire. Proof Qualities A re the only Safe

.
J, '! *. GORMAN P.A.CTORS: Also of
; Report Leading
t
,
It la oar Intention to alwaf keep our STOCK com ,
V" i pleto.'ruibrM'Ing: every thing nmally bnd. (I a Inl ..KEROSENE, ,OIL, DaULBU lit. ALUM AND DKV PLASTER. ....:. .'LUTLL:
,
I\ elm Drug EiUhllnlimcnt., The'laclllllc now oflerad teneral Commission: and ForwardingMERCHANTS rpHE NATURE OF THE BUSINESS AT THI

for gelling.up]>lle* on short notice, enable nl tooflur Or IIUrIRlORQUALlTT.lb..mo..tb.lU"" Watches Clocks Siher and I'lewe tend or call for an Illustrated Catalogue American and Markets! J. varlona depot on line of Pennacolt&Oeonrlt
,l by Uncle Bam for Light House pnrpoaee,alaoMACHINK Jewelry Foreign Railroada Imperatively demand that we should re-
but freah article We but the .
,U J none boy none MARVIN A COPriacipal quire that. all Freight be p:lid for before rcmonl

f l.I .r J beat olberssruIntttdtoeuamlueonrStockmflofwbfrb, aid only from reliable konae.' 1'b1lIcllll..4 .. .. s "OII-S... 'I PLATED WABE;'FDJE; GUNS, C.m.i> Oraytoa.and ..,.. Nrcr... --0---War.....r. t :'It, from depot. R. WALKER,

w. warrant. Table and Pocket SAVANNAH GEORGIA Thereby keeping our FATHOM*.posted on every General SuperIntendent
and *
I' MECCA OILS, Cutlery -'- No 265 Broadway, New York point of Intcrcat to thl. Section of Country.. March 20. 18611. 54-tf

.l" FANCY GOODS. SELL 01 OonBlealon. Cotton Rice, Na-
; -- STKATKS OILS WILL StoreyTtaiWr,Limber,Real.:state,Prodiccand No, 721 Chestnut St., Philadelphia .
,
Watchee... Clock ud waranl.d.JulySle.6. .
f .' Vf repaired at ,ckudlM.Aid Change of Schedule I
iL.Y" \'i "i'.1 ; .Si-if March 23, 1807.: M-ly
will do the bwlne of Receiving and For-
JUST RECEIVED CASTOR OIL, of superior quality, warding! with .. patch,to all AmerIcan and Enro- -

;- ptoIIl'una.The usual a adlltle.rtucinatU offend terma.CnttomersCoulnmmu .. HENRY MOORE & GENUNG -'-"-

A LARO LOT or. LINSEED OIL, Boiled Mid flaw it ANEW STORE and Order lollclted. &
\ Nov. *
I l -tf
VAJOJFACTCBKRS AND JORHEnS OF
I! M. LIVKJ.T'8 .. -

it FRESH GARDEN SEED I 11 I p -AMD- AUSTIN &. ELLIS, CLOTHING POLITICALLYIPledged

,

1 I I I Call and ret a Catalogue,with Almanac,which five : NEW GOODS. Commission and Forwarding an ._"W.J. New, "..rk.OPl'OllIT. to no political party and to the TilE STEAMERD.I,4JTAIOR"
WHITE LEAD prooecutlon
I I full attraction for plantlnf.aa .' ( IT. NICHoLAs HOTBL.)
,
MERCHANTS M no party designs, but appreciating our
'- o'U.1 ,
.. -- -e-
I' I' -.- IN PAILB OF' BUPTHIOR BRANDS AND OF N.. R. BaF .... Navammab. (,I.. Joint T. ITiHBT formerly of Saultbury A Henry, present! political *Ulu we' ball give a heartyand Capt. L.M., 'COXETTER.
\
grealearlely also CHBOMR 4JMBEK. : cordial .
1 T ; ItO Ived.o .. THOMAS IL AUSTIN. CHARLES ELLIS. ALa%. T. Mooaa, I I formerly with Henrys, Smith support to the National Admlnistrallon
,
and la Oil at tile "tore of -O i '.
Jj dry One
I "'J... )' I r*.U... C'aircfhilljrConi : M. LIVELY.Spear'sPreseMng LIla Fla. and ItAtoF. GBXCKO. I A: Towmend \ and endeavor to promote to the best of our -
Columbut Oa.
Apalacblcola, withdrawal of
CONSEQUENCE of the lbs
:Ja.
>.aiB1 *1.Pea. .PHitLirlUiav, formerly Henry, Smith A IN
: theVelfara and Interest of
4.1 I -0- Sept 7,IBM. 108-ly Towntend.ROBIRT ability our suffering New York Tueadaj .Ie.mer From Smooth! ,
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN. BOHHBB, of Oeoll '". country and the Wednesday Meamer from CnVleuon, tIe
I I I 18,1800., a. the eltlaeoa of ,Tallabae and vicinity ( .. aleamer
.,. r Solution I that they have opened aMERCHANT New Orleans Advertisements. MANUFACTURE EXCLUSIVELY: FOR THE "


I*: i I LOOk'TuIs1AY1E )WILL PRESERVE. *, Jul11.:.ALL,Slral"KINDS| Cider OF Milk FRUITi*: *., TAILORING SOUTHERN. TRADE. ha changed. DICTATOR her time"leaving CHARLESTON for

GUMBEL'S HOTEL FLORIDA, toTncaday, at II p. ffl.,SAVANNAH
.
: without air tlchtlnir.,and with or whboau.pr.'rull. ESTABLISHMENT 1.0'11' PRICKD, BBOWT, AND DVR.IULF GOOD -- -- for FLORIDA to Wednnday at 8 p. m.
.. ,
rvd tbi aolutln .
prea by are a* (rood a* wIllie... PALATKA Tliundu
roatnaFREEDMEN. Returning
the beat "".aed" fralta. whilst' 'Urn' use avoid the ol'poalle the Store of Boot Poo.Co.., In lbs ...0101.8 o'clock JACKSONVILLE every e'f11 Fri.
trouble of aealln adroit. of km the fralt' .At -run- ;
ping
; woodea Monroe Street
butldlaf oa and are fully day moraine to antI the tide on St. John'i, Bar I ..DfFERNAND
In large veaaela, .adatD.lal'b.rut..m..I'leuaretb.rubl prepared to either rat or Bake Clothing; or both,IB NA. frUaa /ifltrl/l.erred!
fining
E 1 JAMES, .PURDY. awing atleattpor the Latest Btylae, sad eatlebctloa guaranteed. In Alan evexy variety of 1oII1DIIIII and Ft.aGoooesdap.ted ofUu train from wry I/it 'NlwIor-arrlvlug In SAVANRAIl !-
< B. _B(. In tli. c*.. .f .....tIt every 'lutanee. If not BO pay They have oa hand a Families & Gentlemen. the BUT TBAOK.r THE LARGEAND early Saturday moraine and tUARLEaTOM!

1\\ I8WOW RECEIV1NO Ib. will preset.,. milk sweat from twenty.four lo superb ,stock oraD.ad, Summer .Lf;It dralred.DetrrlpUre Catalogues with price, tent by '. early Saturday eveuuig. .
; : ol 00041. 'la kit 1.I'I"Ijft, : thirty..[ hour longer than II will naturally keep.rau.lug Ag.ullio CbarleatoniMc.tr. *. J. D. AIIIS it Co.
Nov Id). IWd.
l9till
I It lo fUrnish more C'eam In hot weather 'OHA8. L. GUMBEL, Manager, Sept. 4, 67. Savannah. LJ.Gvu.Auue.tCft.
: brosgbltoTaI1biuee.1& : UI II warranted porfoctly healthful. and ....11III1..ad Cassimeres, Cloths, Vesting, Fernandina." Jirntm HBO

\i 1 ; : can be relied upon .. being Ik* cheap***and vp .... ......... ......1..e $q.ar.NEW1 Jocktonvllle. .". Jirrmii .t Buo.is .
Gents' and' Ladies' Saddles, beat method In the world for prxorvlag frulu Ac. :TRIMMINGS & Smallwood Hodgkiss Co. Palatka McCiXTi KOOIRO.
T'1I. 0. '
: full direction for using with Mob bvUi. June 14, 87. 78tfREGULAR
and be coavlnead. For...10.' Ibo Draf 8tor or ORLEANS: LA. -
I of very. .kind and quality MTUVELr.Crab to which they Invite the attention otgeutlemtnIv .' COTTON FACTORS Increasing Circulation ----r-

tJ Tirmt Urifttg t\ufi\ .Jft PACKET!
lIa I.and Doable Buggy Hirneu, -0---. ('. LEONARD A KRANERT.: z.(u.ia. French, German' and Spaalth tpokeu. here. AID :GULF

(' Two,fear and Bis )(al. Wifon Harn., r ; Orchard} Silts\ I l'l'fplim '! March 11. 1101. U-ly I March. 29, 111II1'' K0-3m General Commission Merchants, or THEFLORIDIAN The Al-Steamship o---


: II' Cart aid Dray Oar.... M. 'a ELKIN'S if. g. t>O>T. A.M. HOMY. *.. 10 Hearer ..., New We.".,
I
ARTICLE I manufactured from the water -.-

i I) BiOtaf Bridle and Martingale, i X of the celebrated Spring at Crab Orchard.Ke!I" POST & HOBBY J. L. SUALL\VOOD formerly Smallwood, Earl*A
lucky aad I* a complete' labetlMM far at'bastlpills Livery and Sale Stable, ... Co. .andJ. L Smallwood Co. N. T. .
ria* EagUah Leather Bridle and MarUatpb*, Kpaom Balu,Dcldllti Powder, Rhaharb Bl* TII08 II 1IOIK1KI88Georgia! ) Late Hodgklsa, ,
Nw. Calomel Ac It action General 1 Commission Merchants
I alerts
I' a ipwlle ipoai HIS OLD ITAND below Rwl'hop, I U. BLOTI.Horida\ iBcott&: Ce. New
I lbs Liver, eiclllng It when languid tos.cr.tio.amd.oIIt.g AT
-. round aad lal. '.. It*chronic ). where can be found lion and Buggy Jf! I I>. II. i'UOLK.ooruia.. J York.
engorgement: terse .r 84UI.Ilorae* at all tine, Its ha. ] NEW ORLEANS!, LA. ,
Illep*>.lallyapplkabln d.ro*....aU of the hiIbte nepslure.d -.- Should commend It to Men.( 'han I ti*and other a*the
from and
Plow,Cart and Blag Bridle, bepatlc ,aud of the dlgeatlv Kentucky reraUblUbed Ho? 11',18611. 20 ALLIANCE
I apparatus OfIIDIlell. and eoa'd ntly espwtt the liberal palroBof of I WE are I'rCI'.rCII.lbroagb resident Agent totiUim : ,
well
rally,a* at lu cougttlloo.and ihronle Inlamaa-
N 'e on and tell Cotton in all the Southern
In b
old erUad aa day gone ,
Chain Leather and Hemp Hotter lion of the liver .
and and la of
,
slIceD ) cues .UI.* Jan I. 1B7. 81-1, CARPET WA.IIOI1. Porn,or forward from the** Fort lo New York or GEORGE.ST.APLES.'Commander,
did delilent '"
or biliary HcretloB. It 1* Bach employed BENT ADVEMTIMI.XJ AGECT
4 Wagon Buggy*nd 8t.ig Whip*, lanre tMortnt t, In droptlcal aflfculon depending on obetruc- I !. CTaiartr. .(. %ew Orle.... LIVERPOOL: DIRECT, LEAVE: MEW ORLEANS: oa the 17t*k
lion of tb.abdominal\ vbcera.It WILL month for Key Weal and Internicdlili!
'A. BROVSSEAU A co.
B. Imiorlrra offer at low
1 Ia Ionic and drae- P. BROKAW'S | a*our friends Our connection In Liverpool .234
Kldlng Whip,lonr oMortmetit, dlgntlve not ttlmaUUng I ;; Drieee. may prefer. port,touching at Apalachicola on or about lb
t I lie, hence the u>*of It will not only supersede the .I NO-ha ta1t and American' of all kind. are inch at will give our ctutomer all the That they can pnwtilily employ.TEBlfH of the month, and Bk Mark on or about lbs SW.
Buggy Plow and Team Collar, of every 4crip-: habitual neceoliy for actIve aperient. ,but tend alan LIVERY{ AND SALE ; Floor rwnlUra and Euamel'HI Cloth advantage" of that market Apply to and leaving Key Weal on the 24 of each moaU
to Impart a D.lurlllDd healthy tame to.the ttoatacb. lIATTI$&-. roll China, 100 piece Cocoa. touching at SI. Mark on or about tbo Sib uf tU
:, lion and bowel Manufactured tot 'JW (DOW HADBa Table and Piano CovenCIPMBCLOTiiSbrHniet W. SCOTT & CO., Tallahassee.July month, and Apalacblcoia oa or about tb.9tb.outS
*
I, I M LIVELY pTAJILESTALLAHASSEE : ,Linen and Folt.CViTAINm : return trip taking freight. and paenger tt w
1 Drugglat and Apothecary 1 ; Law, Rep, 1:1.1"00. 8T lowed rate.
I' Plow,Cart and Slog HauM, : Worsted Damaak, etc
PERKINS *. onSEt,
< -11- FLORIDA.7 FORNITURR COVKRIMi-Llntn and Cotton --
Carl Saddle*, f : Stripe .&eoCOOICu. AnoJl..Orl-
t -AI.UOARRIAOES Eaidt, PI. nit. EARLE CUNNINGHAM & CO. A. .
Huddle- -Pad, Rug and Clotba Extract of Beef I IDEING /- BUGGIES WAGONS AND HABJ April SoTllMT. 661 ,j Agent. Bl. UtrUOf
MthWbarf
delivered
FBIIOHT reduced and
tl rate,
\ N1USo.alL (Nov,T.1W5. IT 1--
THE Jficts: : or CHOICE: BEEF coaLU COTTON FACTORS, fire of Lighterage.Jon. .
Carry Cuinb, tlane I'o..ba, Hone Brwh,**., castrated by evaporation,and 0_ PERUVIAN BARK BITTERS.'CltXBRATCD :35, 1867. S3
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of'b"eat AIDCommission OF .I..PT.O .
atrillvtvalu. of twenty lima I.. welgkl I
AU of'; .lcb will be aoU at a rtntonabl pro'',"! ,prepared for the Immediate production of Beet HENRY HICKS :0

; (Tea, Eooenc of Uvcf 8.'tti|, At of Bay desIred : TONIC; A CERTAIN PREVES-: Merchants, "nejear! .......... ... .... ,......... 'J 00 Tax ,Sal -Wakulla County.

I JAMES X. PUKDT. flcba-. For taU at the Drug Blurs..of. LlVILY. /CONTINUES lath TO DO ALL KINDS OF WORK TtY- FOR FEVER AND AGlE.: >o. 71 W'..LE HTatEKT.JOIIMH Sis months.... .. ....... ..... .... 3 00 OD'Ibe teroai

h; 4- -M"b; 15, 1t.d1. : 'M-if --0- \J. aIackuIikI.g* ..ata.. L. KOUN8:_ __ .)*-BRO.0G ---Common- 8k, N. 0., EiiLK.furuicrlyofSmallwoodEarleACo.--a-= -- Three months.... .. ...... ,......... SCOW I WILL Monday BELL la August at Crawfordrille, so much of and,Ik* following laxei dIo ,
crlbed County
land aa will tbe State ,
him old Maid,below Mr. Elklu't a Wholesale Acenu. Manuftuiurad Dr. M. pay
At LIvery BubU. by JtmiB
CARRIAGE MAKERS lixmiuii4M
g f P AN FI.ND Rim*. Hub. Bpoke. BbolU, Beat PERSIAN HEALING SOAP lb.where public ha will generally bo pleiaad, and attend to a.* hi to*Ibelr old pILnIM.or4..wk1l... ferlACa_0eI0aM.. Wholesale PruinriM.|IAP.ila.67., IMlbartnaSt.: W-ly Tuoa.Co.J and. PiHikt J. L ,formerly: of Bmoliwood Eorle A BuNtcripiiurn invariably CA H in advance thereon Lou No for/' .the 4, ll year,"1866 104,to-wit 111.MS./: 103,U3. 11....lit} .

''p. \J BtlcU& puteul and Enaaelrd Leather of every and do their work la ... buullwood A Co. I IIIj., 121.45 and 4". Uartneld' survey, propertyB.
l:' k nk. Duia..k for Lining, and Eaamiled Clothe of Highly Medicated.riVl promptaew 01... him a call a tuptrlor _-a-_- B. Degraffrnreed.-:
.r, all kind, Carriage. Bolt of .1.. at ner. N<. ,
every TO THE ISO LONG
Jau.l.1d7. M EXPERIENCE IN THE SALE Of twmo1j(1faere. iAwV of 'jBectlon
;! PURDTtV \ SOAP CUllEd CHAPPED: HANDS, MMX hundred and : i1 -
Marib 15. ""'G7. U-tf: I'LEI.a the liwo. Braid Head, Ball Rheum Cotton and I ;.. 16, 11. 20 aid 8l, TowiwUp 5. nonga2.I
other ---a
I I I It ludoloul,...*. Ringworm Tetur. Itch, Barber'. ; Boys and Girls J of the South. Southern Produce, and W,Section 87,SS, 215 and Si.T f < Itch. A* It makt* very heavy latker mud lie madk CITY I BAKERY we respectfully bunt roulgnmenta and are lire hundred and twenty aceeofee'1d.Tb.Rb.!
t Notice to Shoe Makers !I.I I. I pre W.
.
liul properties 11.111..11..11 polooooaa ubUn- pared to nuke advance*, for bleb apply to Saw &etions3,33Sand36.T3E48nSec j
8KIX8: Vpper nod R"Ie Leather Ll.lurx cea, It I 10 tapertor to all other *o.p* for the toilet -AXD- 34'T S, R 3, 8 and W, property of Mdnijre t
I. GAL .. Shoe ftf, Katli M tx and La.t t'''' oillo < and bath,a* II remove oil roughness from the face, --- ThOM' J. CHUItB *: CO., Joan. .
h.aJat Pl'ROVaV. sad make. the kla ol and healthy CONFECTIONERY.MUNRO 8 A. McCOOK Tax CollatorMiy -

I March 1ft. IbaT.BUbblU .. 6Ht.: for 11111! wholesale. and null at tb. Drug Store ot TIlE PURUSUEK3 OFBURKE' TALLAll.tEE. FLORIDA. THE JOB OFFICE. H. 1867. 6o-8a
.
:M. LIVELY. ; July 111, lSOc1. 88-ly -
.and CARBIAGES of WEEKLY
I every dr.crlp Notice.SIX .
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Carriage PL KeixMltonr.March 'tiin'. -0- MAICE Jk CO. FOR 'BOYS AND GIRLS, n... c. GOODWIX, -.. 'j -WOOD& MONTHS after date I ii1 pNe5t Lt r':

15.liii.C U-U: For .:Medicinal t'Purposes' Only I IA I .HAVE NOW AMPLE: FACILITIES FOR Maaa- are >ot ooly ten 1aI4 'to get up the bandoniut '"'''' Diving complete out.fit,we are prepared 1 to do and vouchers a. admiulatlhC..
\ sves y arttei peruiulag to that mitoelul and beat Juienll paper la America, bat to put the Goodwin & Woods ettate of Joaeob J. iawkina.
I I I and neceaaary broach of buakuna.. oddl- price ao low that every boy and girl in the South con of Pro:**of Loom '.f -rt.
,' ;, Canned Goods. BUPEBIOK LOT OF ; lOu w* will at all time eadeavor to keep constantly" afford to aabacriba lot IL, But,. w* want them la uJ..U''. ,? eo1lDlA.: idoLApril
I I on band work for u. and ...a4.. 9.1887. 59-6mw'
C BE8H TOMATOES, FRENCh BRANDY ''I'' ......,Gn sssdea,Cs3es Prl... ...,*a.4 PAPER ANt PAPER STOCK ALL KINDS OF .
4 : (inta Corn 1Iio_ V.,,., ..* &Je. *e. HUNDREDS OF SUBSCRIDERS'! :<.. lit Notice.

:.I '. ,'..rD.and Beana I W.are telUng oar BSADT-MADE CLOTUINQat and In order that they may b. poll for doing w, we UPIL '.l.betw.ea .%..... mad MONTHS after the Blat *"-*ion": tab
..,... \V1II-4KEVS\ do aot Ioua4 to deal IOnic la W UUaam SIi-ei. SIX "
,_ Ire.b 1' t.WI.a* w any offer the falluvlngTailauiM. the undersigned E* B!or 0 J"ppI1
I freak Pin.Appln, that bruth ofbaaU. ***. :. Plain and deceawd, w LI
: Fancy of the late William V.ilson, .
......... :N'EW'
rrob Peon, tf A. Uiu.ii la woitlac pallently then for act i YOU:1C. Probate of )Leon counildlacbaxge. wJ
the Hon. of
MADEIRA AND SUEHUY WINKS Judge
p Freah Quince. .. tlciueol of old mud Bw account For M we will end three copies of the \nly! -.- .

.-. GreeD bage, April 13. 1!>111._a_ for one year, Dad book* frwn oar catalogue lu the Writing;Printing and Manilla Papers. JOR."i J McDOCGAU tx.nlor. J
OyMrt, PURE HOLLAND (IK, Ac., at -- amo.' et'L. : :. Mail April SO,1887. M- mw _, 1
Lobsters, for 110 we will tend lv.copies otbe W ctkv:and 71ita. PRINTINC. ,
.
f Bardlora.. A. A. KNIGHT book to the value of W-5IX: ---- -

lorail.bc E. BRADFOKU, oiL M. ...'.E..''.. Foe I1i\Iwa..W! Mad tea copfaollllo1)' ud ...L....ITCL...... JOAN......00a411......... Notice. 01or &kJI
I Ii Monb I". 1SB7. 53-6m :: ATTORNEY AT LAW book to the value of 1C MONTHS alter the Brat pubiLca of LbO
I -- -0- For tU) w* wW food twealy celtIcs of the Weekly: H. L. RITCH & CO. SIX the undersigned adadDIM1',hIf.... .:
I Starch &c.SOAP SOUCITII .IN CNAICEIT, and book to the value of I ULaU ettatt. of John Cromartle, decea ..,:... oe.Jalt'account "
Soap, -a For M w* will scud twenty-Ax copies of tbe ... and voucher aad apply _ho" (rOm each
t CO ::az AMD- Weekly, and books to the vales o/III SO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS of Probate of Leon county tu.a oi* -'."
For tn w Witt M&itMn of the .
ccfie admlnUtratloo.
; : "' COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, and book 1*the value; of Ml* We..AIy '.. .3. '-.. h..(Ce>p, ....IIi..) }. A. CBOjUtT. i"
'4 v fttoreh,\ : ,- ; OH TUB DirrXRER aTATti Fw M) we wUl Mud DIrty eopl. of lbs MU.andbookatothavUutofeVH. NEW TORLo May 2t. 18 1. 7l- inw'

i,I Cundlea. c ..". t1'r. ri.rtI.. ;:. --.--.-- _ _
U Cocking Bode, :: FarlW) .>. wW Mod a4,copteof the W",,kl.andbookitothevalaaoflhUL Notice.
8oJ, aa -0'tTILL -- JOHN DENHAM & CO. We have lately adtk-d aRULING ice or I1JI
WaahlDjr )
(.
PRACTICE la all th*State aad Federal For| ._ KO after the deal :
Hatckea 1M w* will tend ,.h. copIes of the paclbU: ,,,'fIIDf
MOXTICELLO SIX
t' ,{ 1" 1 Courts la Florida. aad U the ....._ Court Weekly and bou.. to the value of BR). FLORIDA: & ,thu 1544eiW"1 of,001
.t U&*>o'. Blatklug U) ::! of th* I'altcd &.&eI. and Collect CkUat gaiaM IbatiraoraUillftralD.ai. For lM we will a...Bd oo. kOBdnd copi> of the Nov. 111, 1Sd6. liIlMILLS' oftbe eeII1e 0'AI'Job.' ... dec- .
Fou.l.by E. BRADFORD, J*. C) : t. Weekly and book to tk.vain uf.1.... county, will "apply to the JndeoaJ.pE&s.county .
1. 18B7_M-tta_ .1"1:11I." : '07. S-f Tb.book. In our catalogue ar. Mleclfd, front tU MACHINE for diauiargc.March AoII"
'q :lIE .Z00
; -- -- baulUuofJufenU. Books published la tbU HOUSE 811eri.1'an4
yip : : ovuutry .
U) ,aad will b. !3. 1867.Executors'. fr4- u .
Mustard &c. t' furaUked U pnniuut tabocnbci*oicaialocuaprk j I
a.. : I ICE ICE '... kwl e,cost Cow Oo&ICI orn-tichi. ,
r Such w opiwnuulty to uniciu. takuibl. boo( fur Corner of Meeting and '. Notice.
YlAIT POWDEB*. I NAVE MADE ARXAKGEMENTS TO FILL nothIng dora aol sItes UCMBl iUcK. Queen Sts., TII our: o'-Orrtuu4 an BOW prepared to du ..,
4'l Maaurd.wwlOil.. TER8ON8 their PRESCRIPTIONS I all order lu. BCK aloaf the lies W railroad or Tk nioucy must U all caae acconpttj" tke order t' kind of MONTHS alter date. we wI1 .".
wlohlag waI IttkLEptTor any Ruling aurh SIX of
required, u .
Ft fully and correctly put up, at all I bonN, will furaioh U la as, quantity drained to lbs cilia***of for Ut ipc',bat&UKM OB N aeaii iorwuJ t* iut' iii. t.. .reo..all" ExecMor*..t e.P.Od, ..k to W ..
.' ......... Bud alor opea day and Bifhl. T.iu.e.re, ,at resausable_ a*they are recclied\ ,and .II... lbs Utt .U completed John' George AD4eroo..dece.aed,..
my .
... .4_ CaH,. M UTELT, W. H. IIJEU. we will tad Ut ptcajium I. woka the 1'1"110 -o charged troui ouro.aaidessate. _--"' I'l.uSi,

x .",- _IC", .i.a. April*. HOT._II entitled.CaulonM. HUaxk H..au.. BUI Blc.... Bill Pav.ataul T.l LiJuel,3a6t :. .
.
I'1 _. Jellie*. AU order* to W addraatnl ta and .' rein" .and re lu,.;......, pe-r. 1a.kw rall .......,
Notioe.NOTICE Ie
.....*ca'' All klad*aa4 FTf orU Itr Exumcta, for aala Choice Havana Segars !ITB08E 1. W. BCKKC CO. traelig DOW ready. Cur lbs aceommodatloa of U. h-6av
_. : L BUD10JW' oiL if karaby glvw that "appUoaiiua wUI b. I'sb1lokn. NCta.".. aohkets.j pubtk b.IM AU'ODiia Ia respectfully .
-'kfL IM1' II-4Na I la th* LuUlalnre of Florida. to laMtiyey 1a1I"II11iT.: III Notice.
-Mait9., ___ ; rate the goulbara Inland Navigation aad Improv- Msrehuta" ylgijin be city .... erapectibny tai.. I 111 any atyle c.irud; and aj*> printed In a j.olIca PI..
ape-
.
l I. ". who like Ike toUc oaurdd bjr.Genuine maul IN. 1:....y accummuda&iu,5 j KO 'TBS ft.. lbs Irat pnbfla)05
: FLOUR; ..* wIll lie rrmlUW t* kaow that a chutes. Co Co..paal.L Tb.and florid Toaipa but Bay Btilrxd AgrIcultural CoavTb Goshen Butter Lard &c. Coaches 0I..Y"" Ia reaai .w t 0 be slued.4&them, I I. nor manner and at B* Low R tc* a*can be dome SIX Ike u4 -- ... .....

I 'DUJrT'I rtOUR. Extra rJoar.fuperla J'Ioa.r, allele auy be had at la* Drug btar of .-1.i. Royal; UMaai Tknp ......,,.... DRIXI G06HISI BUTTER, Leaf Lard Preawd \0 aad froaa the hoteL -1 pIMID& anywhere in the State. E..prdal ttmtio paid to otMsa.Mergacai u. Couca. "" S"..
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,......,..tII4 f4>I 1: M. LIVELY. -ike florId, But Enttnaal. aa4Haa__CoajulySO A Lard PU Apple,....., biota 4.'k_ K tow T. Prupr..to.pro okll .n dv all In his power hal.colln' .aud .0..1Ido ..d ati1 :
1. 1J'1UU, ,. calved 111 A. F *i'IUrll the cunitoc\ 01.ia n..1A.IOIUH I I 104' 01 Probate ot t"J
W March 84,latfT. M : 16 J. W-taw ArrU.. h61. 541 : Pl'ItC'ELL, I'roprietor. troa aunt sIew4lnw t.1L orn. Ixc<'Jt1..0 -'
-- March 1'". "ft. 111 BOOK AND PAMPHLET PRINTING..dT4 : -
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