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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 23, 1867
Publication Date: -1867
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1865?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 5, 1867).
General Note: Description based on: New ser. v. 1, no. 5 (Sept. 26, 1865).
General Note: "Democratic."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BY DYKE & SPARHAWK. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., AUGUST 23, 1SG7.; NEW J nEs. ... VOL.. 2NOr97.: t


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-. l"W" ISVUART., From the ttlo Oseette.EiCba.e lion of(live dear to them by horrible death; Se1ecthdPory. City Advertisements Railroads Steamships &. 11Pcrsacota ,

or aria.Mf> each and all have compelled me ti> this l-c ,
I 1aribian.FrIdal A cotter Is standing In Sharon, Jf. J., 1'10.1. I -
itmi.g"hlu r pl tion, so that It maybe seen that these I\'(
not decayed, though I*as I'ulln VtsniCATIO* OF THIS OtTlt. spent| a* I part of the system of attm'k ]>on\ll the CASTLE AXB COTTAUK. I M. S. ELKIN I !

Its present position in 1749-118 yean ago rebi-lhon devised by the 1 l.h'l of time UeneMl- & Georgia &IallahasseeRAILROADS.

= A.... es. 1M". A Radical Mayor in Massachusetts lias The official relorlof Gen. B. F. Butler, relativeto In-C'liief, of limo armnf'cs, to destroy I by di"IhIlol. I. : .J\ uorrioEEi _
rfll the Ihang of rroel was published on ,111'nlIJ, njxin our.superior, nlml..tn ( I Then MmU a ..tl. by the .*. ,
to license a theatrical company to play Ihe" Black IW Tribune. It I Is I I last. Whit sa ancIent keep and h'm'I.lh..

Crook." He wAnt them to can I the eo&'rettcrook. ? .lncllenior IOr than ordinary Importance, Tho; mourners will, dnnbilew. uhirivo !). .tel In It dmlll s lady turn I T.M.t.AHASSKK, 'IOIUU.\; ) .

'( from It confesses and what it *,olds. lat from this (act, and appreciate all the t1 ttlih and loTfl-, with golden hair i \\f 11.1. mtciiil lo all business In his line entrusted Iii..s. iII1 .1
It proves clearly the treachery that was at work.the highly t the genius which cOI''h..llhl' pi in mid. Iljr the wild wan plMblnjf11 > > lo bin i"m C'n n lie, 'fouiulnl his tablo,hulowi
There is Another famine In Conncmara, Irvliinil. hln.lf. to avoid m.klncbanj ex the success won at so great a ciwt.After i .*In" shon. CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. P

The poor pccoplc hare been able to 81'their JI even 1,1 condition of the Fed this of the, tnntes| limit II. J.HI. 1, Is.,; 31-1. .
l'fcllnJlllon
Do at the &' was made known to ; ,' In In It "lwf tin k taron boll, -e.- -0-
the continuance
land to long 111 II'IIIllho
'' as formerly. Owing rMnr hlnkilJ .tl
.:..".* Ai: ; PA3ICTHsvinjC m...' G.0 the seed him. pr\5 alo the Confederate an.thorlilce .llxlllnj.of prisoners w ilh the lI.nAlIllInd Tovnf with store' M>tM. JESSE T. BERNARD AND AFTER MONDAY APRIL S9th 18C7.
of and the
frost ON
snow, poor gae were anxious to turn over their prisoners C"I aIOI'ut doubt where, thu Store nf sit that nn tan crave Trains on these Kallrouls may ba expctealto

work destined for their land to feed 'cattle, and after to the Federal Government, either with or might to rest the terrible IHWS by n"I".itil'; I Tn rhrrr hi. pathway tI the inure, LAW leaVe und arrive at tIlt lateral station boat th.
Roler to ATTORNEY
secured a competent our all their efforts to save them 2000 died of starvation without an equivalent not only tl. desire to di-alli at .11'I""n\I- Hv the wild eaves JilK'tiln nonrlltin. AT hours below iiuiiivtl, (bit cuimiKulea, however, re-
prepared to do of"II'rllr..ne" 10.I servIng the right to thcrvfVom at tbelr dlscre-
RUIKU M*CBIR we are relieve from a terrible on tlulr \ vary
in CUfden and 1300 in any Ibll11 --0 .
I Inn
.' ..". Rundstone. 8 motives of humanity. onnlle .fk.t.irshslise. I Solicitor
'AH KlB* rlr blt fn11 pure Bi The liul briiiht I. kind sod good. Chancery
man having I horse or cow- 1t t'llg to Tbllr rrl8llo treat Gen. Butler did not ; "rt'l.-h. and Accos M*>*laU.m TmlsiLeave
th.t mT be required from the smallest note paperto preserve the life of .nlmals The isll'r of frequent offers 1 lIl treat Ith other Tho nunttfnn of womanhood i T.VU.AIU'iSEF., KLAtSTUrririi ol. Ewes
any fi
LIST.BitlHiADS te preclude .U.ntiolis called to tho follow il.1 circtilnr. And tier wrdilcd lord I. l I' and iun, .
largest TmtioBt Butler the fact that \1111 titAn 8ts.
the end -nled In any style reeuired Charity are feeding 6 pcKons. agent, although Ignores from thin Southern Relief AssncliitionCIRCULAR. : ti printed proposals were made by Commissioner Ould to July il!!, 1 IStlT. 8HlyWM.
The Journal ltd Matt, of Paris, records an Instance II'Ib. wild mvH phMhlnK WMrltjrIV. ._ ArrlTO nt I'ftlhiliftiMicu.-.. 0.30 "
Major and the latter --
Mulford were
without printing. communicated "
ruled ,
or through l.vnvo l lliihii>..'11.,.,.1000
Sead In yonr orders for rallnR to the FLOUDUNOrrics. remarkable liberality of rl'lo and of to his superiors as early a August, "SofTHEKN IIU.IKF AS OCtATU>N-IHlNATlOS. "'1 I' l.mvo M..nllccllo..ll.10 "

action toward the Christian Church. Six- bells, 1864, the del.rtoll o Commissioner himself I'101."R11: Thor itwclU llrlinf on the stnnd, S. HOGUE, l.i'.ivo MiUlaon' .,..,..... 3M P. M.
; and evidence record5110w At In a ""I.rpt with a food oftj nd, ..'\'" Live Pub... 5W "
o the SiWthern Rillcf Fair held In this
carried off by the from lorn'ns of Crete, te city ATTORNEY AT LAW n
Cros. Msrk Tark UH that was spared by ArtlToal( Uiko City.,.s.i.s.:. A.AO
will oheerr th* (H) on n elo With hli huiuila e Kb, and glrli si d buys ,
Bahwrlhen
IT offered for sale last: year, Mr*. Charles J. Baker one of the Arrive 8\iniiil.... '.00 .. M.
They were
th.lr psptr.w.reh'teJ reonl.lh.t their term of nbsertp- were 8iyma. pur the latter t Ido't. Fedlnl autlrt"to receive I That climb 10 hli knn with, a pleasant noIse, TALLAllASsKK, Fl A
lion his erplrtd..d govern themselves $sceordlnf" chas by the Jewish rldenl8 of that town and back then Southon mannj crs, received llio following letter from the 'Kjr the*lid nurrn plxhlng che rll.r. I'l-clght iii
A H mark after the nm slirnlBes that that I ii the lRtpiper. presented to the Archbishop of the Greek Church, any terms. Had the transfer been made M Principal of tim well known Baltimore, Insiltntc '! "\'1'.' i ,

_. accompanied by a letter, which is one of the pro by Commissioner would have Ould been the luternw for Young t.alhiesSoltPtt' : And lh. lad/ or the castle V sighs WILL I give,.' ,|l.rl"nl.1 with|his' ntiiMitlnii profiwiiluii.ItVOlllcaln to. any business L.*vo Savsnnith. &110 P. M.

tr Adwrtli nU ant marked with th* (umber oftlmet most touching developments of religious sensibility and a large proportion of the deaths that subsequently 'T.ITKI\R\IwTTTl TE, )I11I.TI"OII. Who the meetS ,the tlnhrnrlni't Rlsddenln, vjrei. time KOIIIII of tIme lurk tf time dm1- l.cavoLiikel'lly.... .. ... 11.110.to M.
MD.prll 10, 18ifl.(; { And wMirt thm lli-. to tires her life tmiue (' nt the (I'nnliul Lemsyel.Ive'tak. ,... 810
will t*t..ert..uUl r.bi1.Advertising and kindness that we remember to have met our.I Andersonvillc might possibly von 'l1rt. I..,* ......to.* "
with in these latter days. have 11'.n lertl.' It was, as we have saul, in Dear Mr liaktr: llavinff, lieforo the wi Und mule her mnlhi M writ si win-, "u'IU_. ), 'tl7. 80lyMcQueen- l.cnv. Moutlcclln.. .. ..1.110 P. M.

August, 18.thlt Commissioner. Ould dl'llr enjoyed a (lhl.rl pulronnKn, lentIl the NnnthethStates fly the wild .... |>U.hlng chcerll.v. Arrive' st Tallnhiusec .. ... ... 300 ."
The Superintendent of the Maclean Insane officially Mulford[ that ho ,'a to 1 1..u. relief the ladles nf IllilWr Lv.a TalUhanea... .. 415 II

Rates Asylum, In Boston, makes the following. deplorable ) to make an (eh.ng cither man for man, or have 8 generously devoted, IhemMl'lve.RII \i.lI Tin lord of the rustle.\l riding home Mcintosh Arrlvoat gulacy.... tie ''I
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Gen. Butler to rontribuio' what lie In to
without any assert Injr mv power
statement I .The oxccrive drinking of tat I ( OVr the tel ira saul .hi're the tirtnln'M*nun, 'Ml. Mark Train-I'rrlght and Ac
01'..TBISEMIWEEKLY'FLORIDIAN April of the same Gen. Ioblc" cause, 8hllll1'a'll r'ol will ad ATTORNEY LAW \
a early 8 Oft ,.. c.** ..o4Il1tlon.I..av. t '
wines and ardent spirits' 1ms: brought insanity ( given most emphatic verbal dln-luns not to cent I I .lonllol; the ttvhcr, hu l 1.1. don,

upon many persons during the: last year. This take any step by which another able.hl1lh'" man For my native Suite' : Hit wlih his .ln>in the ullnt ,' the sum", -- TulUhmnre............10 IliA. M.Arrl.o .
should, be exchanged until further orders, from ship for tIme 'I'rll:1, olO Inllhol"j| H/ the will .....I.I..Ilnjf|. chwrlljr.n WILL iiracllca. km any of thrConits, share his nt 6t. Mark... .......UOO.M.Lcsvedl. .
Imlnlgnc seems to b Increasing very greatly, him, and about the middle of April Butler received tember 10th Ihol'llelr' ( ( w Is to Inelnde. t ilic | sra ilolroil J t*lUlk'C' lip stairs, In .,..... 'JH( i 1'. M
TALLAHASSEE; FLOnTOA. consequences are .! alarming. el. Uitrlii II ink 111111 11111. Arrived Tiilluhntaca...... ,. 8.45 It
for
In.c Instructions to close all further lire board tuition In };
negotiations. expense ngl.h. Hit with hit wife .11.11,1.1"1', l and gIrls, Mnrvh !iU, list?. tulWilkinson
More and chiefly young men, cither A week later It was conceded that the classics, nuMlcrn langluei's: II.ie. and! any or nl Dnidllng. _.. lannarcr Train for ........ I
,
Ont iqnire,(10 Insertions Minion line, ,or..lees,).first Insertion. ,(1 iOe TS oOne plnl.Insanl or who have been seriously sick and wounded of both sides might be ex of the extra branches Uiiiihl. In tlc utc.-* And turn hU jouiip-tl rnvlimt tyt rlm a golden.idt*, cnrle LoAVoJucksiinvllli......:. .. ;.. 1.10 P. M.Arrlv..tU..Ollk..8111 r

tqnsn and this t but Butler says he could "see no strat Value, f tO. Call .....,.,. fJM "
cause Leavoi.akeCtty.
squire,Ila.ertloa. ( go damaged mentally physically by chang In this" and from that time For the rcuiuiiiiiiR Snuthern Stales I And well nigh wcr'I'|" ft nil tie prldi, H
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And it this rate '0.1 less ".on. month. One month or have come under our professional observation, or until August "nothing further "II done ror\sr to One seboUrsblp llb for tuition In }::111.h. tlassii* f Iljr the ..11.pl..h'l\ wrtrlljr.Mil. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Arrivemu8mammnmiti......... 6.OOA.> M. 0

more si follows: have here for ad vice uiul relief during exchange except to receive from Itlehmoml, and. matheniatica. Value each, $ '
alb
apple T'TAM.AIIASSKI: 11.\\)111I11.\) .
.'.... TriaLs !>.. HavaaaaJs i
the year, than we remember before In sick and wounded as they delivered 1 to in and I trust that )your elforls will 0 rewarded by k I'd glee," qimlli h,', my' rat .1I,1.lalo.! .
l gI' cal" give them such as we captured ourilnes." In success beyond )your most. MlgullO expectaI I My weslth that poor men call 'i>grmt, Wll.t. attend Ut CMPI In tinO.iun' or Florlila Leave 8i''nnni li.......) tao P. M.

fl' r" *. I I I :. I, :e I I J a I I I :. I i :-- I I I :.d I I :.0 I IU! illn has the same a prohibitory length of law: tml.The abOVe And Ma'bullt Illustrates Its Ould August to came which the we'proposition nave alluded.of CoinmKloner It' "'al made tions.Very respect ftiltv. yours, cumuli Hli hsppy I hot home h..Inhi.Hint, \ i1.hernmun.Juve. girl> mid boys.,' ton altenlUin.Jim.City.. In C'tnlnis,the Culled forCulli'tlliin Status fjnria, *III r"r\VniihliiK-|'nmmsm1- Arrh.al l.r.rc Arrive Live at Lake Jacksonville..1110P.M.Ouk City.. .110A.M..' A. M...

!1 ii jTeTiiJieflL1 'it 'MI value. through Major Mulford and by him telegraphed .GEUKGlK .\. HCLSK M kUOJ: By the slid *iiti>. |il>Hhiig| cheerily." I, 1S<17. 31 ,
$
I -0-- 0
r lal 18 ft' ml *S I M 84 181 SH 41 The farmers of Long Iiluml are suffering this to Gen. Butler who as the correspondence show, (.(Ill Ilii Ytar KoutiJttnrnbrito' ;..._. ...
a 10 114 Ie 48 a. 04 401! Mi7S wrote on the 18th of August to General Grant -
4'' It I tI ee .1 44\110\ 6111 n IJII (W season Irom the potato rot. The losses from that "special exchanges" were then going forward The above offer Ims, )M>in renew eil for the -osem.o- A. J. PEELER Tim Slomn.lilp AUianet( ICMTM Bt. Mark for NewOrli '

C 14 III 811 4L: 101 THM 8t 16 100 M 11II1"I last year are renewed this season on a and that ho (Butler) was about to arrangean year, commencing ""pl"lhl'rlh, bUt( ?. Applications : fry for ...... 19 4& 114 dlRI ATTOII.NKV
i a.1 AT L.AW slit,, Mill nnil 'JiUh ofMnb month Ib. lIe...,
The follow I U prep
1 II 81 8t'' 'It, 811 101 1011 114 much "11l places fields em Interview with Commissioner Ul" not withrelbrcnce should ho 1,1.ln.te.1 Immediately to Ing t the ie\1 I of Eu: .I.ln..lelll'r
U 41 III 10 8t re 101 no In ItT 1114 140 larger Ile. 8,11 to I general Cchlngl. lard the of the Institute, or lu I T."ll' calling for, ",'ath I In nil foreigner. I It t will I ho seen TALLAllAHHRi:, ," I.'II.> Murks, fur Aialnrhlcol| where she conIH -
iii'iii' blasted. The l.rlnella 11 I.1.111111"I Ill, I Kill and 87th, wllb th.
Btanmshlp
'III 41. III TS ci 108 1811 141 148 184 acres are wholly
ior9' 81 'It 16 118 1.,,11M 1411 ice IIIB 170Ml bracing many to the treatment" of our prisoners and some Cal' Soul A..IIIII"I"f ItII, t that Kirulieil, Im* no fenri ,during t lliu cotittnu-: Office up Stain over the Stato Bank, Fl-iriil.i/ / / f.ir New Orleans.A .
asM I$4144! 180 111II 1111 188 Mercer variety appears to Iw the most Infected.To retaliation. To this Grant as follows: Will pleaan ., of this In Una
it it M 77 111'I 116 replied you Ix"'nII. your of the finli'irr.is-uiieiiu Jan. I Inn? 81-ly' utiiKi-a" bvlffca Qiilnry, Balabrlilx ansi l I IAlb."y
II M 80 8.1 9* 1118 14iIM, ill 111I 111I 1" save themselves as much us | formers CITY POINT, Aug. 1 18, 1W30. fat the benefit ol sued as 1"wish to ap mire :' nl lllut i United States, : will connect with the train .
u u 8t 11II IOu 1118 140 las 1811 in MlW4 110 10l.lble ppr. Slate. and llmt ho think thu "bl.uk men" of limo South ItOUKUT WALKER.
111il 1411 ITS 111I I IIS na the into though.lt To 0. Butlrr lam satisfied tluit the ; your
14 97 III 18 11101 are hastening crop lurket : object| JAIE 'I'. : : UOD'18uerlntena.DI..
MRS. 1JKXJ.: (CHoWm. Ite.luuIE.
15 *fId 'It 18 ? las 111 M, l1a tI4 t3T beside the sufllcletilty tiwtrtieled In the polilieat cntechUni,
of Interview having
41 'Ie lee lee 14& lIT 188 11'I tIIO not unfrcqncntly happens! tlml potatoes looking your r"'r1lon 8. R .\'n.r Maryland.ugimt April 1)6, lAA7.
Pr81dent sub with Hie free Mt'tlcnim
to and : 64'a
and Law
hOt 1"1"1 with my entire I pronnmiro Attorney Counsellor at --
I 17 4.1 110 lOll IM 1111 111I 188 tIIO fair when dug show distinct signs of disease mel. 'plnu! !1.1, lfl7.
very .
18 48 811 hIll 10 Ill 188 1110 lit 146 na ln Southern. papers that of retaliation 1Jlrl"r against HIP Southernlilti s INI)

*h 14) 47 40 : I: 141, ITS 1M14gl IrE III 119 SOW : BM$46 : m 167 IrS before night. Is going on In the South, which they keep A Note. ssm-.r .rul.- -.. The execution nf. I Ihn I lrnilnr, whleh I had. llio SOLICITOR CHANCERY. NOTICE.
111I ISO .1'1 MIl' III tIN 11II A profiler has been Invented I. designed from us, and which we should stop In some way. ,. I IH
11 1 Bln M new IIIIII.C'I' nf directing 1 gin><|food fur .Ilges.
M in 1ST Ill tWiST* III Three On the subject however, 1 differ The Springfield (Muss) AVymVniin; w hllo fe. lion It will satisfy tIme Kiimfieniis: nnd t.r I itlIc. ,up atalra, ki M.lo llnnk IliiltilhiK.t'uli. a...'..l&Iu ...'L _J
: : : : : drive o tubanl. Yankees
<3 55H I liT 1"1 116 110 ts> tss $11 to steer as 1'11 as 1 .e\ neatly from Gen. ; on our men held lii-ltiillng ilIeItuiwhm the Itmlk-nl U, I IliK). MM 0
loo Unit lo tnllu wit ii MvUeans 1 la death rilE NATUKK or TilE BUUMEfW AT THE
M 104 141 m 149 l'II'l-j8111111 SIll squared blades arc attached by arms to a per In'st 1'11hu -". a_, -
*110 111I_ 14&_ 1981 SWl 'lie_ ) sooTh In Southern pln. not to ecb.ngo IleO.but It In Teuunwco, .time liuncHiy IIl"II,.Unit this law. Had we 1'11I1'.1| with Ihu request of theYankirs. 1 venous depots on lice of Poniacol a U orl;I.

pendlcular shaft, and by a mrclianical arrangement is humanity left in the ranks tour triumph I Ii the work denH" >lii"m'e quote ayer to spaio I the fllliliiiHier, nnd h's assorlnletraitor" ii. PAl-v. J. UKoiiiirr, JIt. Riillroail linm-rntlYtilydemanil that w. should re-

above rules are our LOWEST CASU Paicu. are made to cxt a propelling power btl Every man released on pnrolo or olb'r | (It l would Imvr' lieen tnken for rowardlre, ... . . all rr"lhla( b. mId for before removal. 0
active soldier rvnutrkabto fiiun (Ms rumlM XIHTIThe I .
Cr..m denol.nnlralhat
an at once, pawuigo | |
Advertisement nnaeeompanled by the CASH will through the circuit. Tim of theseblades 111 b" .lln.111 an.llhe next thing would! 'huve horn a rrqnmt to
ent Illto el&er directly or Indirectly. a foresight that the ,ule In I In control, our htnda our, mini und PAPY & WESTCOTT R. WALKER. S.
Irr give our wUllwn.-
up
not receive attention. from I the by means Oenrrat Buperlnteadcnt.54ir .
can dek .
b of exchange which prisoners not lint. lug u Inllueiire
chang .y.t Uble.1 eerlhlngll II\n.I.lu Alter this we shall I bit allowed worship our IM IHIM.
If the enclosed doe not cover the nnmberof rudder wheel will have whole 54-ir
money of a wheel present ten. we t people ollhel"llh. 1,110 ran- own Hod till our own soil, work n\lf n"n mines, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .
Insertion ordered, It will be Inserted a less num.. One man, by properly adjusting this wheel, can 1* & If we hold Dime caught tint forget that thu "hi., 1\. and not have our women dellleil. by Ynnke liliertinea. .
hrroftlme*. amount to no than dead, men. At of the population nf the States Hint are to IN sur TAi-LAIIAHSIX; :, KI.A.
the tel
No proposition will be entertained for payment start .11 back water, turn revolve to right Its o tn. particular time, to release all rebel prisonersNorth. ".III'n'' & the control nf u nww nf Ignorant, lam now In favor nf making, tleiiii work of I Orrictc) ix MAIUNK H\NK IILlUOINd. Change of Schedule !
or the vC1 on .would Insure defeat,and would that thrse whiles inuxt "
een cUI t Sber.n' bllCk., linvitulily dclcslod This ,
la Anything but CcmanuT Moxiv for sdTtrtUlng. the "Urlngo" eoimlry lielongs loOnd March I t. lawl?.. 4-lr
The has civil list of about $790,000 a compromise our safely ber.U. the wry ,n, whatever, and and ) foreigner .
One or two copies, only, of the peper will be cent Pop a B. Lieut Gen. domloalllul We US jual "" loni ss nnii renmlns -- .

to advertisers, ante an especial agreement to the year. Ibis sum ho keeps Papal nuncios Butler at 0 hastened! OIUT.assure the Lie. know happen what )lunniculI all,) uihcr Irailrr of nn moans our Mill In our our pow liberty r wo I Is In should jmpardy., 'make the Hy .JJ:4

rontrary I Is mad. In foreign court, and pays $4,400 a year to each General "o step, would be taken In opiMwl- the negroes tln..lcl"I uinl \hit hIllintl nounlry every Mexican | and aa nil tIme l'I"I".rlylll the REAL ESTATE AGENCY. ,

In solid matter, ten linn, with an average of pine of the cardinals who reside in Re. Out o lion lo his wlahe" On the same day, however piirjiotifs thry fIN" tmim.lg their i red- hands of foreigner wnammle. byour mlnlnrtiines --

word. to lbs line, or M words, mak. a square.All this, too, he keeps up the contains Butler wrote to Gen. Hitchcock, who lad been 11.11 follower Shah we si',. \wnlll.deniMitixnt we should take It, now tI"II0, 111I111 Ih' |1"1I\'t'r .

contract advertiser whose moant of space no 1 less than four thousand rooms, and requires urging an exchange of all the prisoner, suchan and anarchy extended ."r "ltrr and hunt them from the country. My niniiu now MoINTOSH & OSBORN,
was desirable If the negro troow| South fur tho next ten and nrilir. iimsN'rvumionly
and of lima fixed above rates will berequired exchange yearn I Ie death. In all eat ranieroa. TilE NBW STEAMERCITY
length are by ,
a large .la'of domellC T. Pope ibo 'e Inude and promised lo b.v an Interview by kceiilng' Ihu eight million nf I "hl"1 There I I. nn lI..njur..r the Yankee iulerfnrliiirwllliiisao Real Estate Brokers

to confine their advertising strictly to their pays the guard and the Guard ; OlDler Old on the subject \ll..t under. the rule nf four million-, 11'jI" Inngadlil Bnulliein" Muleslliuli. (I >4 ,

n.n bu.IDe. unless otherwise stipulated.NURcRIp.rIo keeps up the Pontifical chapel, pays the tM No lale"tw the exprra preventing I could lI"veuk11 a glance Into the I luiiirn ,
ro tiny would elsie ami, _
n with
at
-.- rca his household, & All Is pr men tI. iiniv any -0.
111.l admlnitltd the and I
c exchange would hero that universal nmlunlversiil
wen
i Kiiinitiy
pUltng te Calel. lima against the white lieforo u K. ADKIN8.IS '
with and pronounce f pills flriii bating' funiiml rilanalve business ruin C'npt. 0
regularity economy.A apparently Butle"Y.1 suffrage" was the true solution. This
*: i ulhorltl' wrong I get through with the foreigner"Ibn' Yankee will 1 tlinia In Ibo |irliu'liil, | citIes vC t. L'ulud Hlulu, .
Per Annum 13 00 disease has broken out among the hogs In an argument allowing our right to would have averted the peril w hii h is now w> think we are In earnest, and llio limn,, w ill nmiii In now i'rr|>nriil! ti |,tiu* I'liintatliins' Luiubrrl reel.Stills '
Is off all at our colored .Mie. Til. argument set forth I obvious-reconstruction hy a minority iiieninliltt| when their notables will ba begging for' their t.(1)'I'rll'rl, ). .n.I.1I other real clt Iwulrdlu rilNHKOUEN-CB Of THE WITHDRAWAL
)[ wbkh killing nearly
.
six months, S 00 But lur. our claims In the DOt or.nl., form possibly, I governing wisely or of holding uK>wir |nrmnnenlly i own hesils. Instead, of beggIng for tim" A nut'rices. florlila' AUnninisnil, licoryla, u:oa lha .market the WediiMdnjr. slMmcr Irom C'bailealnn
three months, I 00 tacke by it. first the disease was .nl'J consistently with onlo.r courtesy of languagefor except' by the continued 'iiimrt|'| nfthnlenerul I In our struggle for liberty we have 1.III"rly In Ihi, IN*! |Iammahimhd|| | ailvaiilntfu. I Iljr I'olnt bus vhuiiKcd her tlm of leaving Charle-
the wishes of I I M rlnu Bank tlalra.M.yUKKN lUll, fur lorldit, lo 0 V, M., amid Dafinnuh -
to hog but close PDforCI.lngoui (internment. ."'hl'lIl111( wholeo| tome. rf-lllloa In thn IliitlilliiK lip l'u..d.1.1 .
No taken for shorter thanIbree tl all. Our lam,' aDd and illicit
subscription a period b choll' our our ), SI 8 P. '-
prisoners plu, nf limo t Niuth cviuq to bit again itil'rnni liMd., I Me S W/'Ill. 1'T. W. OrilloKN nil' Wuilnmlnv, N.
and actions different o and and honor, still hn'.'.
that the are quite our our we
i month women ) 1)1 U.'iiirnlnif' wltlli-M. Pilnka Tbnradiiy at
symptoms should This Jan. I. lhi)7. every
'
b ucanll paper 'pb- III they miint bu, "hat Lave we guine.l l h1 timetctimiurary but. the foreigners have all the available wealth nf H I'. M. J., soil Ibe
_ _ from that diacase. The animal has much by the of in'lellip'iit ; ksuovllle frldajr mornutf, ti
u nKtriiclsni tho 11,111".1
1 &brng pressure | largest I lInt ripiilillo ; lint they will sea In le. tlmnthreuyear llilo all $'. Johns bar, and "...a dlaa'rlday after-
the having what known slaves upon ib.bel Government la'; order' to mrtii, .!i but Ihrlr used l dliihki-T Umicht I I
apprnc I among | I tat Mexican will J'8fe"Iml thy iiuoii, after the arrival of lb. car*. T ;
TERMS OF COURTS.0 ranen blind 'lr" 'A long forbid their exchange have done Influltcly better than tint. I want In Mexico DENTISTRY.DP. AQ KMTB: '

warmth and circulation I I kept up, the animal A little further on, under date"o October.; he m You will understand from this .my piwitinn, ._, -, .
adds HEAD IT, COI.OIIKU MKX.:Therv' lues In Co. and should. by any chance whatever hecnmna (CilIrkalun..7., D. AIKIV CO.
shows no signs of disease, but aa soon a. quiet : H.'aniiuli..v..T..L. J OU1LMARTM CU.Ye.II..II"llIIt..r..KITIt .
CIHCCIT COLRTLWFSTEL6 "In the liinihus On., a colored 1 man, known by tie iiuinuofl'mlu" candidate, you will undoratand my mmlterahlu,
and Inactive the suffering appears Intense. In case Cnrrel C& & exchange : J?. :P. LEWIS A 3wOTHKLJ.ksuviiio..JkrritKYc
the Federal Aaron Hurt. A. allll'I h" wuauiilcrnHlly i pint form. When Ihu lime come, you run nmka *. IROTHELl'uluI'ls. I j

JCBICIAL Cpwcrr.-SPBCIO TEBMS. many In.t.nc te'e.blw a turned completely unir.r.and to return us all oar prisoners at > ifn.tt| -l la that city for liii (flue "'IIMI this. lutier |iuUio In such manner *. you 1111111.l'fIIl'r. 1'1.1...\IIA... FIXlitlOA, ....... ......MtCANTS ROOEKO. S.L
Walton 11 after lit Monday In around and frequently bunt Andersonville and elsewhere In for I I know that you and I think alike nithmawu Ault.II.11tII1.1:1'
eonaty, Tuesday exchange
April. their then I bad determined, with the consentof and his goid! behavior. lie has nn-ntly a rillen matter, and I know that my country will A VI Ml AHS4M I tTFI> wllli hint -- ... .. 1 t:
,
1.111 county, let Tuesday Monday I Unions seem the order of the day throughout the Lieutenant General, as a all tli'r for the Columbus Xm/uircr, uliiihwucuinmcnd applaud. our iwlrlolui,determination. n \,. J. $. OOW. Ikuy wULtal .
S
ne the world. The United St.te of Australia vent exchange to demand "I_ to the thoughtful nf nurenl- Gnu and liberty. E&'UIII'IIU.:| ( all llmna, In ahlo In kai-p Ik. oOtc. REGULAR QULF PACKET !
after I perusal opua, soil uno nl Ikiiiu Mill niak 1.
Washington lit Monday
county Tuesday 3 have met in Australian be *> inAuuiiut >
In ApriL Congress, according &an against me should (omially reversed and apologized oed titi/euit iWe i TWO OH TIIHEK V1HITS ANNUALLY, '

Jackson county, 4th Monday In AprIL paper; rrtatye from Qesland. New ro before I would further i III the of thin South have lo be one, w hat In the TI'ca"L-A letter Ut the New link to Moullctllii, Mjutlanii, semI other point cecaallil Tho Al SteamshipALLIANCE' .

Calhoun county, 11 Tuesday after M Monday Inrraakllu South W.I. Tasmania, and exchange of prn.r while man'* lulcrwl' must and will he the colored TriliuM, dated Lima, July 14, says; by Ititllroaii Mao by steamboat from .D..m "
.
($' New Zealand met at Mellbourne. The WIt may be here that the Rebel were man' All have been boru nu "Nmilii-ru/ Admiral Tucker (formerly of thn Into. Coiifuil- lolaiuiiikNof.x' .
,
.
Rosa county ftd MODdyla In May.Kaota June. having for of ready enough to exchange would prisoner at I. tie. soil-some musters and some .luve.. I was l.>riiaslavci crab navy, /)) has not u It U erroneously 1'f'rt..1bY"'IIIIII' ) iatr.MKDICAL j
county meeting was ostensibly the purpose havingthe man for man where we permit the New York loon ilminliKed -
fuull That tinner*,
t.mbl county, 4th Monday la June. because they arranged for, aaid ,did I thi* was not my manur'a'
mall service arranged to the advantage of thecolonies done exchange ome, (while and colored) are try injf lo make I lie (mum tIle 1'eruvUn navy lie wu* simply relieved -
KOTICK.
FALL but the Congress looked beyond thU in that way, a part of the naval prWootrs former chives hale their former mmiler 1141mm.( at hi* own lequed from thus command of .

Wilton 11 Tuesday ,TEL 8d and lu debates Indicated that a confederation held by them. through the outside Secretary of of Ibe Navy, This 1 w ill limit do. 1 know those'II..III.1| lioiu 'list uWl. He still hold hi* r.llk.1I vile Admiral, '

holmes, lt Taesday n. 4th M.ad.'I.Moadav U Sp.mbr. who nl.d"t. agreement of our COm 1'1111I ral.Mil ; I do not know rhone w ho riiina I'l In the navy. The Admiral led Limit ten of all the Australian Colonies In our ) .
was
W"ht.\o! Tuesday after las Moadav la Oct'r. cnleml.l"ton. aone nlen.and to f,4t. b' me and take me by the hand at nIght and K\\e\ .Ifo, arcompalned by Captain Hull and McCoiklu ,
.) la October. Landing GrI fir ills all itO In the dark, and when it U light sb ly with a |Ntriy of twenty gathers ,lair the AHtiOCIAiei IN Till fHAQriCE Jr ,
Calhoaa, Itt Tae after 4th Monday la October. consented, a* It chl not "imiwril our safety not notice limo oo the street I uolii-e anolliA' Amixon, whose bend waters that are m limit I'". .. ,lui!. V.kl.tee la THADDEV AND HOI-TIIKRS EDITOR. Exchanges prisoner mill wel r.w.rd while tell thai ruviitu' territory will be txiilnrrd and ,aurvi'tedby I tfl'lllr lu Iliu Uoiiro Dulldlnltl"I'l..llIlIol"
M No.b.hal Sa"E. THE thing : Those men' who u* we
LtUVIi JEW .
11.1. OftLEAltIlI tlleUIb
J. It
these Butler
but oa o jot
usual even objected to. klu'ntor \\
0
8, Mo" N.nDb. November. .-It will b remembered that several weeks On letter. written by Grant advising it, ,Butlerremark mu l vote the Kadical ticket and we shall have him. Ha I* lo proceed to lime new river i ".r.. / I'. IIEHNIMI.N, M. U 1 1 rich uioiilafor Key West sad 1.1..1.1.I' .

a"h XODd'ID ago a editor called on Thaddcus Stevens a a fanii, do not have enough lo build. aihiikenconn. Colonel! 1'rado, ujion llutlau river where a emullkteaiwr July' W, '07 H tf.MIIDICAL | '. l"U'blll" el Ap.iachslcols| oo or ...1 Ik. KMuf :
MIDDLK SIUtt : 1 think they want the negnira to 1,1, IhOl la wailing to Uk the Admiral on board, : _- Ilia ll' ink.and nt Mark oo orabunl Ine Hotb.
CUII.-amo TOl. on bl return home published an acct "Against this ucumge..no I bra votinf, but they want the farm I a so a "llIi. wiib his party aud commence once hum lalmr sail |-atliiK Key Weal on Ihe W of each luouth,

Gadadao,second Xola March. of the Interview in his paper. Mr. "Ievl or I. a well as l.nl.1 of aL\ lIt ol the((|n-l- .longed to time Kipti.t I''luif' h Ill i. however, rumored I".t" meswiijtcr ha : NOTICE.Dr. tnuehluK 01 $. Mirke ou oralMtai, tb. Wa of lb.imm.ulb .

Llb..r", U Mondy Mah. hi the correctness b"i soldier going several military d. -aud think I have ntuduxl thv iuu-rt.1 ol.my been acid after the Admiral and twoaxaiatani --0- anil Apalaehlenlauu or about the 1kb. oath.
I. Moreh.
q question :
L"a. Mod .frw.r t'.le their I ruuru trip, taking frrlfkl an" MUenere at th.
o |
c prott- U In return Immediately lo where their serviee* Will
tnt In prnIbrgl rate sinie w a have been set free, aid give -i i
) and
Waul the account, now the editor reiterates his I U R. IL RANDOLPH luwnl aCid
second Monday.p ..bl. my' opinion Ih.lit U beat fur time (..I..r..II..IOI| | | be more urgently required.Special PEKKINS iiEBsir
Madison, third Monday, la April .tlemt'nt. asserting that be told nothing bat the to breed dloonleDl1 our and 'growly lo make IrHrnd at home. A* 1, |huhitmie. I d> | -.nK1I illS fKorKHMIOMAL BCKVICFa TO Atrttuta Nets OrJcana.

H.mltu. fourth Monday la April. tt conctrnlng the Interview. He says, over unjust" nut know muih but from what little do know', II. i iI ( lb. ililu'na i'l 'fjll ilinaaim aad Its ulcluliy. A. ULMIAk. ,. } -.

tt Monday after 4th Monday Ia April. own signature, in his paper,the 8j>rings Later in October Butler writes that- I I... a L'oiufrvative. They don mii lohat" >I Notices Oriirr l< II at thaI Urug .lor. of Mcaari. Or>tory Agent Bt. Mark

bl 1nlo "The had exchanged all the naval colored secrets, l>ut talk nut-ilil. I like -- A Arouse, will rt ttl h. prompt oItI14 11, tf. Fmioiir* at reduced ralea, and delivered. on
any '
(Ala) TTnwa: "bt - \.. S.. .. ,. .. .. -
Itiolit' nilm .
FALL Taa>1 that the negro question no longer AJIOa lliHT, ( Stored J,f Ik* \\ hurl Ir of 1.1..1. .
, 4.I.a.; second Monday tn October. I reiterate all I said In the account of the inter Iler the I. exchange of prisoner la If (it C'ari'uu-' I I tJT HEAD AND POJJDEIl-Tlie uuivfraulduma'id uly M. '($I/ euifMIiiC.l4 Jan M, |M,7._ UiTAYLOR'S .

,, third Mood la October. view with Mr. SI..1 and appeal to Mr. A. 3. had demanded the exchange l& ------ h-Mn all Mqtluu* U the cooiiU/ tom PrufuMifKaiTu ------ -

IrOllnh In October. Sanderson of Lnctr. tut Then has we officer for officer II being bal. t that Taw Wrk 4J.*n llrMvrlr On. I I *'* .a..u..aa I a proof couclnalt lllat they see

VkakolU, list Monday* Monday la Noveaber.la been no rU cn us.l m no D.n.general exchange of prisoners 1 wol b The W buitoa: correioudviit| of Ihe \Vorrr |I but earkls( lk lr way Uil* poblU .... The nnuxlkawal : NOTICK.: COTTON : GINS I
Jeln., No..mb public statement which I have not .l of KAITOH'H OLKL t IT* the greet UrmuLlaUwut -
renersl)
by commanding place date of the' Vih
Monday I, ed under IDtoIaol.
th" t kr(Uiua.) Spy, .. .
entire in -0J -- I
Hamlllaa, I. November. show my tld my own correctness feeling deeply the sufferings and pnvaUoo* J ta -- Kaaratnla. TxUfcatlka U *darkn Dr. Wm. Fd Robertson
T.JW. "I n Monday' a th Monday Ia November. Iwll Do Ini of thai drcum- soldiers In Andenontille pad Inegotiated writes : tturalua, *. KATTO9 MAOIC tVIIC la Warrt J II(At INO UECM APPOINTED AGENT .FOR I .
"tDc to Itnlw. Tha two .ttDI O a special exchange of Sul. H2euenct Uuiltr's offer of au.onty ha u.oiii- -<_.j iiu// .6.$ and KAY. in* fKorttuioNaL RKKVICCH TO lb. ..1. of tk* above -

8tUD Cam.Plo"TEBI&: can b Radical baw te ru and also that our Government should pUshed "wiinelbiogof bat wa lauruded. learn rO.s OTIP1PTIC PILLs are ih. brrf ., O lb. cliiseM of Tallalia n. cud aurrwuniUiig Celebrated -
rp. Gins .
wond.
discrepancy. arrived here a short time ainw, country.Juae2i,1h1. ,
April. BDdnawho lo for our soldiers hi the bands thai a Canadian UM system In tile euwitry.r .
ufe1. Mond la ( knows Mr. 6eO pmonalW) b rebel"pi and made under that cooditiva most luiionaiitdlaclnsurea | aal lnT-llikmMb, .rr*.rr Archer and 1 sun prepared In roulv orders for la.lajD. Plant
0NOTICK.
<.la.W.UW .O ia AP willingness to jro with me. I Kindly availed myself Ille on the 2 I Apr but Udm.i this. and together w. went, Colonel Mulford directed to sail wraith rt-btl snipiliiz. in this uly also -- aa lbs greet dcuiaod will onli allow the uianufaclurera

.Bradford, Ut Monday "I lo o. bl. M. Sa.ln seat our for Lieutenant with take. with him the partlri in Maryland and aahiogton ; and that 'roTk COIPtLMPIII ';N. lu supiily" a.rvruln oaoiber tocncb Bui -
.
.M a Mo.d.y7i.VtriL 1.!to Mr. Stevens library up Sn.aa.bring oet men." Stilt fur.ther La aba delivered papers lo the couimiliee whkb ....u_. ka>ln* >I-ca cs.I'Cd to baaitk In a bwa Dr. j0Gr. Bond .
Levy. Mod Monday 1. Apr telling 'here I was from, and Oat we d however or,mtcrfioted and it warn directly curruuoralcd lime of bile statements and cml. r' secy .. .- on.Ia... ....... AUu a<t lot .aal* of .
S-a. fb Mod after 4th Monday ApriL interview. Mr. gaudenoa delay were the truth of other_ **ral mra V Uk a M<.ra lead ... **d SLat drwdtttrmii
Lin | Madlclo lu Tal-
.i an 'c not until the 211 of November the drst ex- afforded mean of r em ; lu ault kftvwetwkla coiillna the pram tic of (UULJ.ETT'tPATEN'f.-. -' (
U amium \'ILL
FALL Tcmna. I he inquiries made about m of three thousand men t.I place at Agents have been sod .re l*"y lOt work ferret- fellow aaSwrvr.CotoaoMlrtWa.IM mean vt rurm. _. and vlcluliy (JlMc. al IsIs r.ld.uc ,
hers of ,, I such a manner as to Indicate change physical condition'' write fyanh tiuir out the out* here gireii.5lii To all ..41n U. k* n III sad._,ut Ike praacnp- ., la rue ol Ik. okl fuat L'Iele1 MOdl. October. pleasure part of Mr. Steven at the "hi their view of thi* nobel and ihewmjf ....' lk.ss..4tIrsocimrg.' '. aL'S its .,..... ('af \1.... Muv. U, \I'\I' I. J*
Mon 1 I. October. I was o courteously addraswd. fur. .b, I eipM-led but penoo- .1! ("w.nr u a c.atrophe boor ad ealinr UM ... .5km tlwy vlll lad a ara car. uow bvlii*; tulrodun-d hale t' Sonib with great ,4success.
.
lutol the .
filth .
Co srubia'tblrd lltl'ltI..r..nu .
mwU. nl 1 uytbiiig 1 have ever keen- | .100.t .a .
'
B er. fourth .lol. O. to,< van A.bu HOPE wen at I.VS.April Ib. .
.'I Ob. lo SumaC
lat la Mr. Elevens my the vessel the Confederate enl off power ofinvention anJ great un'Ulln ability, *4artl win aaodii'jf !* lrcvrlllloa w III. .
.r. October. e ploa cd to fill CJ-Tiu ,'
Moa rmaliul askS kcuuurt n lu Office in Rear of Post Office SO, 110117.
sll.iad. sad iii >
ob. 14 after 4ih October. the remark that Sherman Ibis "N.pol ff perji"*" """'!'J b. lied fvtt < i ,
L lod XOD4)'la wit < well Owing lo the _eta of oa ....sad fc* ..**.,. .11I ivy sic vy odea accused of totaling private ooofldrnca m. fine fleW his splen-lKl atratfy) if Ike tae bad .. liimirn .- TALL.thIAh.k.g, fU'UIUA. '
.1 Mo4 fl Xoad '< Wt next occurred at Oiarhxton. where for aa U viilcu.1 LimO a 4 ajajr lifwiia a *
.* Ki Moad U o.b. ; that I 'there (LIT public inJoSmatMin'sllyan4desiiwdhiwteianuta1ng to DM & .* t ucla men were cl.ela (fecejuber. o
; I.Ib Ashley and Holt couM o' g'A great I .I.rk.'
EASTEU CiBCtTr.-Srvrso TEBM would wUi kept secret He said bis acts ad Soflr'ue.IaJ Iul ag groeraluoigut W- HW curing' oul u* P'.on Just May 1. 17 wi"is..b.e.1'Kwg.4e. Ji&ui 5. 11(1?. .Id-slur -0--

Daval, Irat Monday Ia '* were pretty well known-that b bad 10ta.re beUhrerenta t agreed furnish its own *, tl tIme, wh l \'I'ItIiA> be mistt bees -- | LIGHT UUIUE rOHEK nOISE FOB bALI. .

iUV. _d MOd la X.rb. no dcnira t conceal diem. T. C.1 eec t?, rnssry t nuppUe J bd among Ike "|\nu'. Maryland awl Wanlitgou. ::Tiuou" or 01 ... EDWIN A. hART I lu |.i6fi oriiEr very Lithe steed L*|>'Jy al the

WO.d.,1 March. then went ia i reputttd. th ow..ltt. the** arrmng-emeaU were, \ .* Whim wbt' Jbuiiuiuaie art be would 'A GcaUwwa vkti .. lug f_. frum JI... ito. LAWriLLfKACriCLlX Blwk.ailih t-hon', next door lo 11,1 offlee.- 'I<
Putnam! fourth Mo.4 March. that autue remark* that had DO $pecUl ralevanc .4 read have entangled tie ui" iuwot men In *U the huh ,. fraiuaiiin ..,. and all lk..(.cte irf y."' InMU I, ATTORNEY AT July J3, lilt?. sV'Jui J 0
bn day .. .
ohj U tll" everybody w & .lb *t.- .. wlU.u. *< lbs.. U USSVtD5 .ca4I.
4th I.
(Irsog..> Mosday after Md W..h.. to the nbj..t uf reconstruction "ere omitted by wellkeows. From ae.lJ h.e.l. But.a veahe, of scewg giiiil How tuaay and 'och*otwg .. sit ebi,s.at..llu> 'Jfl* a4 11I_be I IIAlJlafJ3i. 'UJUIlJ.\
howLer.: MumMy after 4ib i la March.afart me in t letter Among these ..the remark a* ConmoaiuBer of the spectacle ol ol-'| :. virtue struggling ac the ..)010.d 11 kr which be viM. 9am.I.r.ri \\ 'JUKI 01 HI* Olr TMMuldl & DESIRABLE RESIDENCE

.etA Monday after 4th 4th Monday Monday .In la Wa. by Mr. 1e when .pkif'Ib* \\x\\\ftm\\\ Those who have followed u*pnl vajuly auiMM the cbu .kl.II&" nl imodnuimiuut ,ia .\alil"f to proM kjr !..ad masidser.Joli .wiU ..sepsetsees,can isa..0by I > > JuOU-UI LltcitU .. ,;

right ( t part of the % .beGUfD& c.D difficulty U endenrtaiHlin; limo cx.telitlo the loll that haul been kw/e4| *"' tf',-JttUn urti. sd4s..iu; ;pdse4 uttiE5,44tdaibLIseYsrI.aiL11 Jered FOR SALE.'

FALL thai "the banging of n bumtl which Lchizue.rhfwascolp.Lle ia .- ir USE UWELLlSa'-UOreK'' AND' >
TEBI' prnlt. rpHE f f
ices Monday October. .8 unnecewary murder. TI were Lie ing the .of the Federal pruonm at the --- I A. A. K H IlT.'ATTORNEY 1 l>rrtulM on lbs curio ol Adam and IlL MKAttKuaiinatructa.irouttng
O"a d 1 blenlical orda. He earekasly tl t DOuse shameless device* to by 'rue W..LI.pa eofre.ooodenl 'tbe IleruU n1uu11441: 4.1'IUK.VNOTIIKR : lime CnulinUlaudervofCrale. \
14t John, tld Mod,1 O. to find Uult with it _w. It cannot beJp- S"t.1& he wlMb. the think Ib* Prwldrul'i meiisIs-puw ill be the removal EUlfloH .It.. BUSHED. Itt AT LAW, 1 here hi 5 food KlUucn,Kulile end Cittern ontku

o, Iu Monday O& .dandleuppaeaaoAoeese jrrailfjr a mortal hi of akla& of f of the Military Cvnuuauder: la a batch.H ._ .1 tMVo-.HKl .AJH-LLMnl |...uikK*. all In gaud".Ir.ansi is lu etbrrOIM
I CH&NCEIV
S .1 Mod a'ter 6 O M.d Ia October appetite f blood o the part u irene rl purpose lug er a l Hi* d& telegraphs as foil"> M 11.. 12th> : 0. Itaj Uo toe saws Judot.luclOl olJ a .. SOUCIT01'IN i ul tbe 1.50.1"..oooMoa' sod dealmbktdn-cUUt' :*
Or after upon t Clt *. nitk In the i-U Ap.ly to a
I. octor people of I have ri-sian lo think list the next step. now on lrlaca M6r ffnulca. Irmalarlilca, I -* *.- J.0 '
So *. ouune,
micr, Monday aftw *in Mondlj TOcUu thai the r hl. reiooved w 111 be the bnndr.t cnfrarluva, esplulmilug rltua dlMaaea laIwtnacsc U C. DuMlLLy1..rcl.j.1hmi&
in remo-
kl I a.*. that BunUia b. tern
aon, Monday after 4la Monday .(teCUCn.iwcroKKX pen f11({ wodl. p Grl. and in doing that, doubtiet* ap Cal of bherwUa, and \'i-AMj '** sober fc.r Wiliian *. By \ Vut_ x. IX I OOMMISSIOXCK( I 4)F .UKKDS) : ; 4> ova -4
h1 I bU be compelled exonerate of ,
m C win. wa coadvl caM wcrcl disease :.
1 Every un* may any -
will puUuii this fur t my oI lie cloaca tarrauve with* the H- CojDmaiw>n It t* Mr. J.. deNr to t aelf buav.wr tbu>. dflnuuif diseases iuciilcaulla ,<>H talK umrnrvr IT\TUi. SPILLERr J
TEBM.
Cm.-rl We have circulated the truth.SUCTSJ f Mirajn I Lttuteaaat UeaenlTU : plato mom coiueivsuvi tutu u authority over nwnuuud o/ old ajt, ."bo.t'FlUsIJ tw .... Clly. I'UrlUu. J !
Uernaado. bat X. a MI o. usg C t. tha qom'Lii our oueuucinl huulter brctbrer-us.. who w UI I p She youtk.qUell. .< the M_al ",. Let na man cuounii- -- llAhlbisduyumiadeuraugeusesta by wb) ll ft nw
great importance I 1 Core Mesh ran always be applied al ****
-1.Munday I Ap the th'of execute the !Ia.* of C'st>rt- .itb a* uule hanune Jlrt.&a4od *..r nlLhout ,rtcndui. ...u'Ue U all Ik. Mat iut4 )'.IcraJ .
in Apnlwatc. ; AID raa fearful iwmoMiUnry for many f 1 f ILL ; Me* lie) n tU esdeavue 1* keep uipUd and .
., b MOd CUCKAW.CUt.-W& ho has C- live which, the exchange were fccrmved >* aad how of dopotiMU$ a* oraoticaUc Tu Isis wonderful buck, aa it *cue* Important > > Cuan in flufU end In U. nu.nuM Coors U\: taull cttatuown, tree of charge, lo any part 01 ,
U>tro., tce.,4 Monday 1 Ap lag bet tie sad ike of fam by b "forma of death from do lu'4 *o ctit Jy it 0 .eg* o d M Judicious toa.akui cr* kaovn to liens anlenlarly. ot lb. Coiled. out**, aud lulled tlalai anluartk liii rlt). :
-LIa nkvha tuuutd laeonatitntlun
JTOWI toaaIor.j i
i e l Latin w kaadt > .
ine fur the b 1- of Uw a couplet cLui e. *u that u obe blcattft Unnl(..oeeteUtaAt.Jelj'S7. AprliilSdT. 6 It
Ue flatter ( by tk* del>**<*( bLAt i>f.r ab*** lead
FALL TE ir'e of the -thiuuboui the e. and a pl being J.p t ft ..h the L* t hnh and'we atUulBiaUaUir ibis _It. It .UI be sm to all put* ot Ik* failed hood

Herlaa4o MCM' U W T ** ofiHa.n f. and all th* Brilbh soidien killed I the ..of :. U (Un la lbs iniiuary d unua will r. J blames and 4 I aoa.Ua lut Mi ranta.If -- FRESH FISH I
ajLsoor.R1t.. Monday 0. planter* ia 1 a. the aaitHy of bralhen aaia Ja powet. B, tLm UMU it *l coo kktcd ncad fur f* aJt .t*< ctanr*. HAMS ('IANb.ba4a&ailIisos.dtr.ctbomtb.GalIjie-
l- Mo4ay ait Wo I O. It is true <1.b the fallen every pofensii Bother *.t whkh tattLe .bt.AwJt 1M secure us their lii. aodproptrty W II. rOCNO U. COM!.*.. *no(k.r M vt ton* to* Bm \y tat kru on lee from tk* time tll.,." eaecklUKiU 5'
a \
: 10,1 Oo. .eifborfaooii M ihcr*. teat .o a cashed .i.a. sad perLftu ul v have and tile greet danger of atjro aoprcma- .. 4t< Bpracn nt., Palladrii.hU. l's.JulJli167 |uai >Mriicd byAprUWhwlT sushi, from the lee 110A.. 9. $ it.lJi
.ICa a l Mor1 ,.
..i I .J svokkxl oa-h Iii F nluER. AI.rU,2to7. *U
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M. .. "V.,.. R.p..I. For the Floridlan.lt subject exclusive eligibility, j -
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I I COUNTY t exculpate DavIs and defame Judge Holt. We A' (ClrM Con emf* IVrtM-A **.Polltl .' >con.lrcllon.A cecil as abrogated and obsolete and

: #tnhk.ethIporib1an( CONVENTION give the above summary of Uie main hct ttrpmrtmrn. Some h sent the Atlanta participation ofahi ( established
article ofl reservingan eligibility l.-rms
I N, p.te We copy from the New York and coequal ''flTre.pt1'1.those .
I In the Im.l"tlll rofcrrrd to,for what Arwob. the President In I expelling InltSigtneer, a copy of the State ] ample margin for thuern'elres) may be presumed of suffrage, by prrOcMinKlnl, '

I t.- -- -.- -_- To be Held 84th Auust. ." sustaining Stanton from the War Department Aton follows !. Inltl the eitr.attention to the crmr I"ur t be the programme tendered by the Republican lion" of the fifth section IIf the ltd.

:,. TALI. 'A8SEK5AOBNT : : ROOK A PHVOB, v.ho It Implicated b the A by the Rble.a"glonal Com: leaders to their loyal confederates Act, then the blghctt political tutr|

To th Leon affidavits In the attempt to tnannfaclure bearing 0 Ibt irresistibly attractive, general and sacred trust t known "
\ _e_ County } b. The President has struck a decisive blow.- 'tte. pcraddimj, as to chil Wn, .,

: I'144117. b. '3. ..,. At A PChp n among Citizen from testimony against Ju.lg HOI.T, come ot I Stanton, Secretary of War, .been A cMrmas1.thereof, and dlte thetntetligtnerr'ii rigorous proscription of all cl.rntv-to framing the organic ail r""IIUIIII'lIla', ,'
allegation connectinghim IUpn 20th ultimo, assigning ass reason for calling bewished"
denial under oath consummation most to become
' variom sections of tIle had In ded, and Grant, the present, I Ilp' A devoutly Immediately acccsiiblc to u,
'I" County, with the transurtions mentioned by MAT- Oler ) War attention to the document, that It -gratifying at onInh.tl., ambition electorsof State,e hoic,
I of the Department.We rnmpetencxit .
tliis the 24th ult. Committee ami the other HI pointed to t. charge embrace the plan by which the Radical
-r city on a TIM Mj nm Il'llli. & before making thin change Mr. Rplb and.tng. even by their mwt favored few 1'11'1"11

wan Appointed to l'olet informationwith in these words: Johnson presume bad a full undemanding with General henna propme to c.f the We Southern bare flA "Ind the { e.I"'IO1la)be offered universal men,however morally trustworthy,no lIlt.in I,

.4 87 AHD 89 NA.ACSTRII.Nlw\01UtC. to u* them tllPrner. 1'1, says "> offift, i well a impartial I, candid person, I 'b'
I, a view to Subsequent General Ac. Grant, and that the Utter, without hrltaton.11 referred beforebut rligbli'I' I nnlnfolllfmg. presume, "OUh! ,
Annul IS, document to we
; the of the and theCuininittee l as-187-t""I1 being duly sworn,' enter upon lila duties. We know that appointment editor, lt n to b llke Ilr Imdlr guar lure to asw-rt-requiring, M such a .0.II'lOb J .
I :I':i tiOIOI l part People, 'k. but passing attention to It at the time,and ()
I
this class the,
says that. lie read the sffidavltsofChurlea A Dun- will command the confidence gave I antic of the Conbtitutiun. Ad being, highest degree ,Intelligeuct' '
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I *. wn authoriz if in their I bam,Nathan Anl James &1lattzFln of the It.cpte country, that thus no apprehensions onr attention bring nl1 called to I b' M assumed by the Republ.cnl. eligible as delegates knowledge, "'glslllllve't' prrirhre.1i|iab i i.virtue. : "I'r";
The rbllowtnitsre! our fat? tnthorlced Agrata for contrsctlnf McFall and {isrtin citizen from so distant a State .
i it advisable helln a Inter& number of '
judgment 1J ruhl service will the Convention a .
the :
of loss to public 81mcent
r. iI' to a"fl.ln*nd ."bpln.snd "1.101 York Dally Times of this. morning ( 1 15th. any rOI. South, and especially to we propose t balance \1. 'Atilt such to
Oer. elected to that body to the ret the scheme
tame Call for Public Meeting la implicatedwIth them being wl.iel. .
K sal ; .o.,ro. to a a 1867,) in which deponent' name arise from Mr. Slan&n'l suspension. extract for the benefit 1 II,, i hcot,
I.rlpl-.W'.IIr" Co.,S8 Common it.,NfWOrlwint.U.fgf .. at an curly day for the purpose of other In an alleged\ conspiracy therein set S t.r. then, the President has properly met now making some /m of power, they will be master of die situation devised amid the result probably attaint. ,Ib","

*AS 8r 'om.B..,Montlccllo,Flu. forth. Te depnetMY.that slatcmenl embodied the issue raised by a del lnt subordinate In his of our rll.r ," and thus able, under Radical gldanre. the unwarrantable assumption o f tui ].{?,"?' .
Political
the Situation out
t deponent circular starts
remarkable
Considering or
cars DMW,JitlnoaTtn,Fta that the refusal resign when requested to leave. But This Iddl "To make assurance donbly sure, tlke I for their own selfish "purposes-tc|, at ,IIII; ,,,,
false In each and particular! t
t are every of what the Radical
I JAI FiMut,Tmpat Flu.KtT bringing about Organization and thereby deponent his knowledge never>aw either one Mr. Johnson must not stop her He .only with an account Cmltl'Ilan bond of Fate," I to the spirit, principle, policy political position and controlling print, ?

F; T.P.o.Sura".181.*ROOM O,Ckaitatoa,8. C. concert, and generally to of the persons t above mentone j that to his 'crossed the Rubicon i I he great fight Is still be done, a follows: and character of the Constitution. 1 vtasnn- effect the subjection humiliation, nml, ,. ,
Iccurinp
knowledge, neither one ever In de. The broad "The therefore, In'urging the Importance In the Art to providefor the ultimate mla othe superior ,
it out. ami
I fore him, and he must fight Cmmite R'onMlrell"n .1,1; )
the
might to ? "
elch storm aa appear pnncnfa office or eh.cwher In his rlr.| that and vigorous labor, desires nCr
New..e... ..... People best calculated to the the transactions set forth II the "\ *of these and generlluo between him and the rampant to briefly recapitulate lte what has been done; the eligibility tMtt cllzcns as delegates to Ing race. _
promote person never occurred to the knowledge of the U his policy and their policy the irencles and opportunities at Its command the Constitutional Convention which I authorize Whether such U to be our destiny, ''JIl
Au l Is called to'Ibe ad Rlcla bl".en nm '
ail following welfAre of tl.o State. Pursuant to this deponent| that deponent never had any knowledge although reduced to the application of the ; and the necessities which require assistance. to b held, they already exclusively possessIng consequence: Inevitable, the future will 'III'! .

nr\ authority, the undersigned, A majority ,directly or Indirectly, of any of the m.llr. reconstruction laws of l'ongl He proposes During the few month that have eUpocdsince it, both under the State Constitution prior to We certainly owe it to the rising; g,-ntral' .
exhibited or the | the reconstruction acts were passed, this
-WOLR'I fl.'ram' bnMpr' of .raid Committee, after consultation the menlolelln, to depent'l knowledge a liberal Interpretation, whereby the Southern Committee has been earnestly at work. For the secession and under the Constitution of 1805.- use all lawful mean of arresting uc i'iarntflts ,

-From Savannah t UtkaFU Thosteatnrt themselves and with other citizen lon., never In dcpnl'll ofe any time white will have a chance In this business ol the first time opportunity offered for In the Whether eligibility be conferred upon coloredS causes vihilo thcielt I jet npportunih, in

Lizzie Baker and Sylvan Shore, F. DIRRI.K, among or in any place| WI. never pl reorganization of the ten outside Southern States. South of the purposes and history of citizens by any Just construction of this Act time for preconcerted, united, eiiergrtii 1'1,,
pnciple
', respectfully suggest that a Convention rut with the said Wo.I sny where! at any or the -the party of na extremely to avert If possible the
Agent, .ae\ln\I. ) ; similar transactions or transaction a* are recited ; The Radical propose and have Inaugurated a political and territorial would seem to any nnprjlllrelmind gradual;, detadeim,, amJY ,

-Sash, Blind, Door, and MOIIUII Factory b held in this City on In the above mentioned affidavit t that to hisknowledge rigid and Inflexible enforcement of the laws tonal prg. de&rlne ju.tC Inaugurate a 1 questionable. Let us en'I"lr. slow Irretrievable decay or exile which wont

by T. 3. BAWTS. MATIRI.', ACUDHT .4iii. IMT, no word ever penned between him against the Southern ,'hitel and have shown liberality Intgrty.vigorous and eomprhealv agitation of questions Suffrage I Is the legally authorized expression otherwise be our(le-uu,. Let us, thin,take en itscl

-A.Otor'. Pocket Ca'lot, by.T. ARTACD, to.1m composed.of many delegates and t said that Wood deponent as to has the rlel, ( no Jefferson Intercourse,Davis direct -. only &the bllckl. 1 whereby the political hat been as wlh tbe lubJet.the This means purpose at- of the opinion, will, preference and choice of a together for our deliverance.n\ ,ing Kadi p

Post Surgeon.la B or with siild, Davis during the past destinies of the several States concerned may the disposal of the Committee would I permit. citizen, A to the capacity, merit& or claim of practices and designs either ns accomplished\ !

-.-.. from each Election Precinct in the three /r.Indirt had In.thlng to do, dirty or fall Into their bands This question thus presented The Committee hallo\- $18,350, mainly another for a particular office or station j eligibility defeated, to stand before thn world ns tin owm,

our last Issue we stated that Gen Port bad County as the People c In the vicinity indirectly, nor'attempted to tlcb. whether the ten. excluded SouthernStates derived from the loul. o Cong ThereIs I the recognized legal competency of a upon civilization, nnd evIdence, not only\ "t f'u

*owrrttbuT Governor ,V AJUtR'" rerommcmla- may see proper to select. And in furtherance no ing communication"Id release, ( ; tl' Indirect deponent 1.General I a national pltic bl.nc of p".r.Illal now m pecte4 all to' /m which will about sums cancel citizen to a 1.cll'I office or station. Neither Insane political experiment, but al-o if', |Ih],, .
amounting
1 'tl of Mr. FRTRKO for the Jadgeshlp of the Mid of the object proposed, the Dick Taylor within the past fYI years in be controlled ten, obligations t4.G. With this small II rg nor eligibility Is a natural right, but a Ion lie's rigor of Republican supremacyV'lXDEX

Circuit, and hud appointed Mr. HUSBAHD. regard t the release of said Dvia, any other fifty years, by their. five hundred thousand niggervoters. amount the Committee Inc Int several hundred civi political trust conferred by sovereigntyupon -

We did not gel onr Information' from Governor Cmmite invite the earnest co-opera subject I that deponent no rmmunl.Cton I* the country at Urge prepared and thousand suitable documents through the South: the citizen for the public pood-tlie qualifications -
Indirect
W.unl but knowing that bo had recommended al .well-disposed citizens, without direct official or In Washington, with President, in regard Johnson to the ready for the transfer of the political power of thin It has speakers employed and 1 over seventy who active have and been Intelll-at ol' each being prescribed by the Constitution

Mr. FRIENO and that Mr. HI-WAND had been regard to past political opinions or rl/l of said Davis, or on any other subject t Sut from the lat oligarchy of laeholel to (rent work in the onl7lr.Statesand to a United or an appropriate electoral law, discriminating ._ TELEGRAPH. .. .

appointed we Utod aa above. We are now In* distinctions'founded on race or color.- vi.lhln the past five years deponent has notbl.1 emancipated negro slaves? ther no extent In Tennessee Both white and rolurllmen a to the prerequisite qualifications of eligibility _- -_-- _

that the fkcta are that Oov. on In1 rmmlnlcluto direct o Indirect, with halfway house of aatety' between the one extreme have bllnll are now employed. by I requirement correspondent to the FROM WASHINGTON.WASHRIOTON .
fore \AUtaR. In word All who in favor of J. ( W. E. NiMsck
a are BO tion to controlled by the Conimitle -
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& Inst., gent I rccommendnllon o Mr.FHUHD C. A. Eltiritige. F. C. LeBond or George B. Latham and the other T President Johnson thinks Stale thO Committees and Union League Council office or station to which 1 relates. Such arc Ang: U"The Postmi<.tcri.-;
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; to Col. SPRAOUE which Col. SI-RAOCE framing the; Constitution of the State or either of them i that deponent I. utterly there is. while Stanton and hIs Radical suppr *, with other auxiliaries have been added. the admitted principles upon this subject, as universally crnl has ordered moil route between YuWnin';;

I returned t>00,. WALKBR on the 13th, wild the B to guarantee equal and exact justice and Ignorant of any attempts to pro era hold that there I Is not, and are rlvcll Under this Ilmuluoln many localities funds recognized by yie respective| Constitutions and Mobile ro-opcncd for cnniH| >tllnn! th., ?

information that Mr. HUSBAND had been cure thierrlcsseofieffemon Dakexecptei) far as there shall not have been (,, the expenses of local of the several Slates. tractor having forfeited: It The
appoint.d to all, with proscription of'tiotie on account he has Informed by publication In the news- b rl" 'fy ." i ; mute !14 ss
on the 1tb. S It dora not appear whether or difference and who pnpers ben; and this deponent say finally that the Upon this and general Issue Stanton ha gents, and mich acmpl"h. I cnnnot therefore, very clearly in-rcvlvc bow miles twice 0.week, In good bonH..

lo ever received Qor. WALKKR'arecommendation. previous slnlements contained In the above mentioned affidavits been displaced, and General Grant, In steppingInto They then pt to communicate what they can b legitimately dcduciblc from Haifa dozen Volunteer officers rnnginu' ,,-

feel that the accomplishment of these so (a as deponent I I. cnctmel. are in the the vacancy, take hi* popular influence need, and they propose to effect, to-wltt I frage,per l! for Instance, how competency ., Captains to Colonels were mustered out "< >inlso ,

... without contention and strife, v hole and.n'I In I detail that In absolute eich Ind every unqualified particular fobriratlons with him from Stanton and his Radical faction The committee ha* the names of twenty capacity for worthiness of a station of the highest two Chaplains.

..*ll...... 1st !.*... purpC importance to the they are ;utterly and entirely false and untrue. over to the side ol the administration. There Is thousand loyal persons nt the South, to whom political character, Involving the excreta of organic Internal Revenue to-tiny, 323,000.

- The Books RegUtratlon closed for Ihia County greateri ; present ROOF.R A. PRVOR. an important point,.Ine But It Is only the beginning document ar regularly llt To about forwarded ono. pow era sovereignty, can be held as being Gcu. Howard has had 1 no intimation of, in
and future of than fourth of are
the 80th lUlL (well-being society I Sworn to before mo this ISth day of of Mr. Johnson to numb large Jckg.
O They will b opened for GrnnnB O. Alglt. of the work ruir so that it way dlstrlbu derivable from the rgh of choosing a rpr'n.tntve mooted removal. The Secretary of War.m,
IRd?
milo two web before tho first election and the success of any political party, and Supreme Court." clear the track o RICI obtrctons We ton of one hundred thousand or more copies of or delegate whom authority and power terim, Informed' Howard nt a recent ititrnin;

wU remain open f. five days, when an opportunity who are consequently opposed to array. Is no doubt "Ju.tle that these sworn statement heard enough the days of the any document It desires to circulate. This list U 1 responsible and vast are reposed. Promise that he had heard nothing of it.

will b oler to tliose who have neglected \ ing one class against another under themi8taken by Tb.r Mr. Pnvon an true In every prl and. want of backbone and b.ronlln his Cabinet 10Itlt being dally Ingented I The. ;committee's hundreds of correspondence I.t.- 8 limited certainly, do not logically authorizea The President \1.lIllhe Baltimore !d"l1l111 I ,

I t register then. pr. ns that the suspension of Stanton will on received from nil of the conclusion sweeping and comprehensive. feat to-morrow.
1 Jd. that there is between (, and that the ten being weekly 8
t
We are Indebted t the President of the 1r a him"rl'ula.are ins bogus a* wa A"dall the testlmonj r"nco) weken the administration If not followed up South. Fr their contents prl.knowledge Such a proposition ould bo equivalent to claiming Official returns front the 'Irnllll'k'J'ti, ,.

Mr. MomoAN,(who .kindly kept u* them any antagonism of interest, are lured by COHOVIR connecting Mr. DAVIS with by other suspension In for a penny, In for a o te nllt.of almost every Congressional one thing entirely distinct anti dissimilar show (that Helm beat thin Radical candidate fin

t all the progress of the work,) the invoked contribute their aid and influence pound." a a a I atlled. Of agents now from, another Its derivative thousand ,
aO t ro t the awusstnallon of Mr.Liitcoi.n., In the field, some are at every Slate. A as ; asserting two six third party seventy-four Ih"";oIIn'

footing up of the Book The whole numb ,in advancing this movement.F. What casts damning suspicion upon the NeJ& In regard t the five commanders ot the Republican organization exist In each Stll. the llilngi essentially different In functions, dignity and majority over both forty-three thnm.ini, :, ,)

registered ba been '.07. at follow i tt. ,COTTEN v hole proceeding In the effort \extricate JoLT Btber military district We have re representatives of which are In correspondence all character to b Identical | sequence without Business portion of Pcrttslmrg, New Vnh,
thin committee. Union
Colored, 8,680Wbitw that Sheridan's bead will soon irlth LeagueCouncils '
connexion
a part to the whole or tIme burned.
contained In the newe IUt j
from the equal
I ,: 407 P. BROKAW, General' exposure exposure publ.bcln Tfu Ftorblian Attorney b brDb' t to block-a necessary proceeding, are all empowered a being Ind rapidly (urr.aid Our In the agents organization greater capable of being Included 1 by hue less. (Jen. Scbenck's refusal to obey E.vnithi, 'e

Colored Majority, WILLIAM GERMANY, Friday last, la the tlt whlo Uicsc document prha.to defeat the game of Stanton. But Is and a* the Grand President's office i ilk The sixth section of the Reconstruction Act tier restraining him I'tomlnt..rr'rlng n ith poicr
1,13 programme of reconstruction adoptedand located In this city,we are enabled to bring alnui, \iiving .
I white SOLOMON *,showing that COUOVER declared Provisional Governments as existing Supreme Courtwas discussed Cablmt, ia,

AJarge;bate neglected numb o I do ao,,while qualified the Freedmen t register JOHN N., SILL, greatest of villain Dl8A.* were In aa.the possession 11.the pursued by tb other four commanders substantially harmony means at the of purpose committee's and .lor W.r Ihlr wouldbe ampl I In the Southern States, In the form previously tcrday. There Is a reason for stating that IP
and
be unquestionably In their full proportion. JUNIUS L. the Judge Advocate General, he should write a the lame .that of Sh.rldan. no difficulty widely diMrN1 It ollraloll organized, our Constitution of 180.1 may will be suspended unless lie ohe') .

.. In 18.there ana 9,149 negroes In the TAYLOR formal letter recommending Conover t the President equally, or t a .nr o! estlnt In disregard The demad made far el & menl present considered as stl su"l.tlg, to the extent not
JOS. JOHN WILLIAMS of th. President's A -
County 8,194 while In that after a* a receive the Executive sugge.lonl'Wby ad prpln. numbr abrogated> by Ae nor snpcrccdcd 1 by coni|>e- FROM.AUGUSTA.
an t
year C. E. DYKE pr pr then, mk l.b of one and flesh of another gent rlord. ar ready to enter tent military order under It and St. done In .
contest which called out nearly or pardon. Tbl I I strangest pr of the whole business the Held, moat of advantageouslyemployed. as s continuing AraCCTA Aug. -Nothing ann

tI .1 i every voter hi the county, vole were 0. A. CIIAIRES, and I enough of Itself t sink Mr. Hot.T ? To meet\le case fairly and fully, Mr. John-. Our fund have been altogether devoted to slbslt. sub mmh, unless and until displaced sales too slight for quotations.

qut. Stale Senstor BROKAW 4 and SIIINI deeper and In the mire of doubt. That ion must have a new'set of military commander to circulating suitable, reading matter and, all .nppllnte by the new Constitution In con Heavy rain last night. Rain storm tin-: ills\
.i G. W. SCOTT dl
A from first last. Otherwise he will fail to employing speakers and They will
ann oralzcr. which Act and its
t the still conllnllC'H.Oeneral
'1 candidate and both there has some grand villainy perpetrated funnily to proceedings noon
opposing being Ja continue to be so used. cannotundertake
Radical combination
. fl ; lar men. Surely, Leon can do better now p.j August 10th 18G7. CIMITYF. or attempted t b perpetrated Alml.otnoque touch the rn.trctlon the establishment or cmmllt support Republican supplemental prescribe. And thus, the Stale Order, fifty-three, from Pope's Iliad'
t.n ;
Mr. Bchenck'i
atop with small a registration of white voters.i tion,and that inspiclon point \HOLT, Asntcv which ran from Congressional although that Important agency demand I Government not having been suspended. Its ministry quarters, directs grand and petit jurors fur trial ill

I \ 1 ..a We concur in the above Call. and Btm.ut I were useless t disguise. Executive Cmmlt& through all the mlt8 ppr. When' tho military bills became In Its two surviving departments being still all case lu bU department to be hereafter.theism

: W. have great- pleasure In calling the alienUonofthe A. A. Fisher J. C. Rouse, The InUiigtneer, which publishes all the affi and Frmen'* Duru machinery of Republican law there were two In the only South of which hut Ifcn recognized as In operation, U Is respectfully .ub' equally from lists of registered voters without

merchants thIs city t Ibo adver.taNBMnl I). W. Owynn J. H. Lester, d.vlt referred to by the CAronk'lntinuates very In bbatoteg supremacy. A new Cabinet d.le Ter joulal ar ninety twenty of 1"'er, I mitted whether the provisions of time Constitution discrimination. Sheriffs will require juror ui

It I of Udolpho Wolfe, ol New York, In J.John D. Evn.. E.YY.Y.W. Smith, broadly that the purpose In seeking a pardon forCOMOVIM l military comman.ler under dlc. speediest method of cstnblli.liIng may not also b presumed t b still operative In swear that they were registered, specifying( inwhat

4 this day'* paper. T. W. Drnr.lr.,' W. A.Ollaghl., .to.use. him in ImJ..blng tb General Orl who I I. generously Inclined toward success Republican can pr.obtained without Is to which all casts "'be neither tho Act nor a :Iih'r precinct and county which nllldaiili im
willensbloMr.Johnson
Mr. Wolf ba been engaged In his present A. B. Stonl'lak W. I Wilson President. It I severe on HOLT. quot: to & wbf. no the Jr.nen' party control of the Stale organizations. give order specifically prvll.other*'Isc-a I'rump to bo placed on the files of hue Court.A .

baainc last unde. T. Tatum, I Not expatiate upon the (act Uiat the to tarn the table upon Stanton, Stevens, and This \ of such being universally
: : ** tr te thirty eight years,and la now ) t r object can b permanently enr.I, lon chacler Idml.l.
I. W.
.11 Ode "great gin man of the world"I II Bwel. Hnm'l P. T. Pearce HumphreyOil *,- commendation Pir pardon being written on the Sumner In the'llte"al to the nut'apJlll.d! provided the importance I appreciated curresponding ble in similar cane, to avoid time predicament of CARD FRO OKN. MAnRWKIt-

.bD' In Richmond, Va., and during the A. F.lrb.. And"ln, I. M. Butter, same sheet aa the letter of Mr. Riddle suggests meeting of CnlrllD No"embr.Ia | but effort a continuation are made.of Tho the present It cam lion citizens being left, ,Kilvtit, without any law at TREASURY DEPARTMENTWAMHNOTO ,
have pursuing Or& del.l"o blow with those gl war. *, Aug. 81.-Regarding liii'stu: .'
+ war rndor.o effectual service to ourter 11 Lively, W. F. Shine that much must pnsaed, as, luleu norton assumed another l Is no longer nil.
friends In Northern prisons, O Crmate. Arthur Maon. certain from the record 1 I'jelf tbeul.ln other decisive blows IUgte.Mr. Johnson can the shock armies, but sbor. I of Ideas. The fifth section of the Reconstruction Act fluent that Gen. Magntder was dlorepcc.Ifiillt!

rDlne A. Si. tl. Jamc the whole not fall t make a cas 1 brod and a sensationso The thunder of guns rends the or universal i I treated at the New York Stock Esclmnp tin
In mere of encouragement or Jr., R O. the way ornYttlol' npnn subject .longer sky declaring suffrage ejpmprio riyorf, abrogates
.alae wor. E.1 Uf"f.r Shepard, the bulk of general In his behalf to result In a powerful make the earth tremble j but the results for General publishes card In 'hit. h he '"
bat with true generosity his W. W. ChUden. matter In question, we mil our arraignment the provisions of the Constitution upon a \* viv-
which our best live still tremb-
'.pt" I U. 8. Lrsier A. Y. of Mr. Holt the popular reaction In our coming Northern election .tr given are and never was at tho Block Excliang,1, und "
,, mean* to relieve the suffering* many C.ldwel. unn damning thoughtthat hug m the "Iunc. contend for the principle this subject, the question arise whether this '
a poor fellow. With these memories fresh be- J. C,. Jlrhlau. T. It. In his office, or In LU possession, or at hi* In favor of white supremacy agn.t Southern .for IlgbL We seek because section or Us proviso either abrogates the provisIons know where U U
P. L.
aIls (eel that Mr. Wolfe deserve all J. F. Demllly, command,were, at the late of his signing the negro supremacy, especially white we believe in or procpl. pwer. & of tho Constitution upon| the subject-mat 8'Crt'tllr1'Culloc l write to the .\<-i-, i
we Tho W F, II. Hall,
:i 4 a can do lo him, and we are confident our H. Chall H.I S'l.. L IL Klriuey, pardon, the ffUlmti Ilk hntt tinrt .teen puttKJud policy of Johnson will b represented by General in control used to unless aid those money, work for that any success.struggle, ter
I merchants will patronize him largely. J. Olvr. A.. Sble. il tb thronifle, (1'M Xeu J'vrk .r'l' Grant .the general superintendent of Southern I, thal we lose an empire for want of this material 1 suffrage, or the proviso fi Iner recent statement of the Treasury Irregularitii

... G.F. I. Flagj !*!, P.R Houatoun. J"I mAo rufd in (Hem tHat Vunottr g' reconstruction -by authority. of Col I, that we, vlctoou.ln the I.I.b defeated from requiring eligibility upon Inollt, no

.. th. .y..I.. I. VAses fnrthtr prrjuriei j.AnrfrfMr. tkt ... at not other. FROM EUROPE
.l..t. An'her, R & Potion, "r( 'fi *> Returns) plble. Tie
TaUlabaiweI Prl.e.. U luSh I W'ly. J. Pralorlua, 1IM AIMl. This kowledg of the We have rl"CI the following additional return needs the ol the South hour, lately with cursed those who with slavery to and le Eligibility cannot, I apprehend, b Inferred Yu.SJi.Aug.. 21.-All ofUciiil' journuNili'iin l
r o W Scott, Silas I .nlir that the of I in 1It'C'ur,1,
Wilcox, alleged crime of from In peace Germany now
R Gotten. lar.I'ld. Oe Conlnr.a.lciill any Ill the Stat Crusl. now being taken, from bhiunt&tl l by rvolution. marching .to Cue music of suffrage this case, according to Clhlsb.
Judge r RanJU. Merlh l.r.IM., t. W. Myer,, ,,1.D.I. Hamphreya Maxwell, a*jr f public man could w.1 have did not prevent : the Secretary o SlateWALTON: the Union" in the solid column of RepublicanState I c principle of Interpretation and construction, LONDON, Aug. 21.-It U stated that lie I'rimi
Levy
II Jane*Oliver, T. Y. Fletb.r., l'rkr. O. W. Mr. Holt t'l recommending the pardon ol o COUNTY I are tuitb.active Your work,ample means and unfaltering i inasmuch a< the section, panning over the subject& still beads the Spanish'insurrection, and thi,' i I"
L have
WI P B Brokaw, RB Maxwell, Emodl who at day was trying destroy root I committee fult and Is with Rinds Paris butiker'ELECTIONS
W. Akiiix, J.II. Bul one n & r Warvais-Male. over 21, work Mean only are carr sul illti. ignores II, while carefully securing supplied by
-
L W A J D Btoxham, W I B Dannelly, Funuan Chaire: *, 8 Ruu OHdkraiuM of Mr. ll"it't rputt. Probably under 21, 4 I l'h eldtltly.ole unreconstructed State*t the suffrage to the clon race, both in the present r >

si'j J B Il.. P P Uore. Bryant Philip Walh'r.Hmilhwlck. John Cbaaon.. Ashley did not know that much, union told of U Females over 18 17 I .Ie.tll. "rl'hle fo by Congress. If adequate and in the (utule, in the most explicit and comprehensive IN NEDlt\$la.

., 8 W Mven, Kelg. Willis, s la by Mr. Holt hlmeir.: How much more thin Utter under 18 597-2,3J9 19 a.t\nllsr.the party can besoorganizedas terms; when surely the 1."gl'Cr. DE."IVE'R Aug. 21,.-The election retime _li,'

W R WUsoo, T P Tatum may know of Couo"r'. guilt U a thing of speculation. I to""olr" vote of each regenerated bad be Intended to confer It, would have declared a Republican majority both hirsnehieI" I f tiP'
Rim KxroKi'gB: t..r.tl 8lute
1 Jno Pratorlus, M. Lively, A FoaTBcMIIC.-Tbe BLACK*-Make over 31, for the Presidential standard-bearer of 8
a. .I Q W Edmondson TJ Raw Is. abasement, of the unpcpl II being a In'fuel that Mr. Holt advised unitcrll, I our glll party. The loyal people of the Southare In term equally definite and unequivocal territorial legislature.

( :JklKlrkaey, J M Robertson, aUak loyal subordinate oflocn the pardon a perjurer who but recently 18 D : very poor I they are with u* In every desire The effect of the proviso, I clc.lve.
,I' Oil Megmnlst Robert blllulo a trap which will expose hIs villainy conspired against him the question sternly arise, F.mah.over 7 for succcw, but they need MsUtance, both ofnuoney disfranchise the elite whkh I merely FROM WASHINGTON.

A Hopkins, J A 1.lr.. &Uie n'I'loblo which U deserve. Ills and will not down, 1'I.r ttut hi do that thing for? under 18, 23 I for rIII(' or.nlton. and of knowledge not t prescribing I dClgal. anti,
latest been directed against for the it any ,
RB Gorman, JBaaaett elorl. rlglllly
.J R A Shine, Ben Sr., Judge 1.111 chief of the Bureau of Military lu Why let loose a wholesale IlrurrrD the Tot population in 1867, IIJ cruihed the w Uran.!end o 0 the nation, ,Sln.r, it* effect i purely)' neLItire-not to create, but IEXERAL THOMAS OIIDF.KED TO 'EW iumCu\*
f Cbalf tice, l Is of not. this to commit to all In I860 follow as oppn-wed Its The rebellion 1 Im- SHERIDAN UvKT TO co.t1 THE t'lTtlMENT '
I T W Shine ('. D.re. worthy I cnneton. community hhl'.J otblr population wa aa ; I aI. destroy; and thud both the body of the section 0V MISftOCRI.WABIIINOTOX .
I W Bowen, R ( that Immediately following o teall.11 manner of crime, carr log wit them terror and Wnrrxui-Maies, 1,314 |1"'V'li.h"llbl'l. a* w.1 Ih. who rebelled and Uie Uiiig bilcnt upon Uie subject of -'

1 L P Houatoun, A Woodw.r Ben., (ul"'I'trAlll'y-BuUolo! Into the, buwim of toddy T He knew Females, 1,270-8,584 I we h them be sacrificed forwsnt of Ir'I' August 20.-The full,,w.
J Burkbelm nlnt '" of the Attorney dtetl mean to SII men to them,or to enable them to -
1 I Dr M J .I ltry, Ucni'ral,"me which was investigatedby Ashley, who a ked for the pardon of Conover BLACK*- Males, 231 help theiiiHelvesr In the spirit of the foregoingreaolution .Xe ,"U.siAll It"From nothing, nothing come. tIer was issued to-day;

Frank I Nu. I Brdl.tl.WUlw the Pre.ident he Auto the bad nothing to do with the Ourratt case, I Females, 322- 453 weaik earnest and Immediate work The colored nice U, terlr. left a* to eligibility HEADQUARTER op TH. ARMY, ..1DJLTGzxn.eL's .'
W 1 FIt harem* ""-"tlll'"II make the lUll counsel o oUierabe. Mr. Holt should hare In obtaining funds. Pressing call are being constantly in ttita quo the Constitution, but 19-
Drlak Holt w Ill noon Iw By means / Total in made, to of which OFFICE, WASHINGTON, .ugll'llOeM,1
| man
we are
C G (. wholly
Saliucb white) .uHI'nde IrupeachNthe
Butler
known that WAS to 18 3,0,1
the ballot In Its baud under this
) Act.
And ,
Luke ler. Ulcaofa 1.'rjun'J l'.uvlct attempted to pro- lulml.tng unable to respond.. view of the great& objl' wit Ordtrt ,. 77.-The followingink*
Bm'l Jacob Pender e. pure the public kccompfnihmenl of President for complicity with the assassins Decrease, 413 for which "I strive, we assure our nI.n.la the advocate of the eligibility of a colored elector have been received from the President,
Eill. ,). Dublin Robert, Lui nt'lunoui pur|> Pt o LIBERTY COUNTY. t EXECUTIVE MASMOS, W L"iOTOS.u.'IIt
that the the control of Judge "
n'on'now und ,When the asked for the pardonof "I Inch .
TbolDnle, funlrr lunlhll.I. is thus Inevitably forced to assume eligibility
10 1807. II. Thorna
Holt Inculpating Want*-Male* over 21, 159 eton -Major-Geiieral George
JO Rouse, Oe DavU, rIL.'e UUI.r Cooover,a man of 'bO utter or 1.,1>1 it e the space, we could fill column u hitjui.t the result concomitant .
of
the Democratic and other In,111 or suffrage Ftft(
OcnCbuMundee, W some o miikt prominent' U under 81, 254 I hereby aligned to the command of the
L
l'mbrn. supporters of including villainy Mr. Holt had r\1.ll'r of over and above nunclaliuu the foregoing radical scheme an assumption which I have
Dr B | | o already characterized -
5* A Sloell. E Clak \dlltrtlo Female over Id, 203 Military District created by the act of Congrepashtd
oils HarrUon a 1m.'rllc In all other men living, he should have suspected I to 1".ltt the State and people at in the of the
r Norflet a under 18, 294- 844 Suter as being nature subject-matter, on the second day of)Ianh,1861. M['i"
the that
Parker Levey Governor Burton, .ul.nllllol u llnewea to swear Judge what Ashley nl Conover hen the ('''I"f the Republican ,and con-
I I W'ltL' 1 "Ie. naJiCI party logically false, and w hich the of interpretation -
: to im General P. II. Sheridan I la appointed
testimony BLACK*-M.I.over 21 l, 118 I mI. hereby
C E lul 1.I'I"un..
i Dyke Rule A"tD. .11'IIItJ Perjury wa the trade of ( wa a \rt thorn 1110 mere and draw.ewofwatiT' .
antI
.b..en construction
A L Bull Jlt U"I laUo ootuplracy \nonr. le underll. 124 ot".o show to 0 nJ legally the command of the Department of the Mi[i.eoUl>
.
Ip e P11 FUgg. Stephen. Allen, and tl'tr r.tll'IU'ul| control : man to turn any sort uf case In any der direction I 8. I.r the benefit 0 tat pIIIJ.e'l untrue.The The Secretary of war ad iuterim, will givi, '1
It. l G A Lamb, Jesse DcunU, them, ahOI be accepted aa the real motive by suborning villains n IU money. Felonrl81 m the future. Tb.r la, rule of w hich declares that Instructions this ordereffect. 0
It.rl.tttlon. to
.t J J Williams, J A Tbulou. the alldt.when Sonio the of publiecsnjudge the affidavit will for soon b W. repeat, Mr. Holt tluiuld have fathomed Ash- ud'r 1747 urtuo, patriotuiu, and intelligence left in the the express mention of one thing I the impliedexclusion necessary. carry
I
i A A ublKhcd. ltL-
Fkher. Taylo. '* If he blundered much not 10.ten Total In 1867 South to MUC it. we trust, from the united design
'>mtlt. 1 population another
r Henry 1.. dwp. I 1,1 I not to b arbitrarily applied "(Signed) ANDREW Juuv
I t. B Cbai.lr.Arblr. Rev J C. The .numeniiw aQliU>\lu" said t be under I I nt fit for bU Illnl'r In w hat r In 1860, the population wu a* follows: of 1 corrupt. a ,'r.who Bee in remiutrue- but with reasonable discrimination, and thai. Pre-
I Smlb. of
Rev W W CbnlN Huber the l."tr uf Jiuljje HOLT," and which were t I lt t detection \Ualnlel the .bolo WHITE-Male*. 490 twit no Irolll.hweot lest it b aUeldc by only when from the n.lur the subject-mat In pursuance of the foregoing order 0 H
Dan adhiiJon o dent of the United Slate lI orN General
ltbt,Ble constitute the fortliniiuuig "11 Eiponuiv," uo .committed by the legions of associates o Female.. 443-. 935BLACK t.tAw r/jtand a pledge 0 body and ter, such exclusion become a necessary, inevitable order u.
I WBBurdlck. soul Thomas will, ot. the receipt of thin
,. his blunder to stand
said 6y it
to in and
I Asa B Clack June make their appearauee lu the York TYwuvof may ,.1 b b *-Males, 266 any every erfne. A pre-existing law U not repcaUble -
Hl. ConueDc. his command to the officer ne
This I. over present
; E B Clark, JO'II thus 13Ui hUlL, readmg| over n6 1 less than tour .'Or than the crime committed byol.i- Females. 2.15321 the pat obstacle to an acceptance the by implication, unless the inconsistencyand OrkLa
T U Hale Mr. Holt resign, or ask lor a court reconstruction rank to himself and proceed to New
Urooka, (iolomTn L) column that paper. Tha affldavlla introduced Wi ollqu. .1.tmen'of Cong In Georgia to the new one entirely irre
o a I and rpuglnC b to relieve Major General P, U. buiriiui
would :
course highly an Total In 1860, 1,430 other rUes ,
comment, evidently from the r Ete ol. ner StCI SII
TBIBUXB MAJCM A NOT or IT.-The 1"1 o I a Iron I codlble. the command of the Fifth Military Pi>tm
Judge HOLT hlmarlC We find an abstract the 1 ad a enlma. o l'fo our people and force The w bite basis i eligibility as
Decrease byte n-lea
ZVAtfiM quote remarkable announcement o IOT thousand upon thousands of them o .lbl.e Major General P. IJ. Sheridan,on being
te1 thing in on. dour r\chaogn, k>llu"II to reject what Constitution U
"hul" perfectly with universal *
that "a new organization headed by Grant I Fran th* National luleWi-enrsr. Aug. ta MONROE COUNTY. 1 they would rnlleut from the command of the Fifth Military PiOI
.The Brat o these documents 'l'oovr. petiliou The Mllcl..al r.r*.. f r NiufordCs oteNI acceptor at least acoul- suffrage, conferred by the fifth section '
Ita will
and for .
bI, platform the supremacy of the over SI 953 btln loyal citizen But by Major General G. H. Thomas profit
WRrXa. ad forbear
the Prcaldeut ( hlcb recommendtxt *>v r. we of the construction
whit*man bl Ibeaflairtof Ibis government,would, t C Ilro. 1 widerPi 723 i having nor time Ae&-te fnnchUc being Fort Leavenwortb Kansas, and will rel'Gen. "-" *
A. J. Chronicle of yesterday with lelt'r space to devote
I the election next year, sweep the by a ltdor.W. T rLlibN Female over 18 722 a further exposition of what much t essentially different Id distinct In object, function W S. Hancock in the command tifOut 1*
a PD& E. Niblack, C. A. Eldridge and F. C. Le ,great gusto, a fmndn by.nn 1)00 I, 1 affect the dignity and power, and that right cannot
t' party existence and make* the following under Southern State I b
I the 8'0.0 and people in. the pertinent of the MissouriFourth.
Blond, democratic Cungreuutvu. This pctilkmwaa cretin member o Congress pardon of 18 II\rt crisis implied from silence which can be accorded vile
t. thereon; bad 2 now upon them. 1 W. 8. Hancock on beIng r
D referred to the the ISllt Conover. eotemporary duly Duc.Yaoyet.
: on I'J.r. claimed
Attlty-1tnlrl 1 o I only by clear and decisive U
;; it that from espre >o.- ,
J every from command of the Department
la 1867. ibis cral afflda- assigned such r couim ndalkm uder I' the
rDep" act reason ) Nor '
i
J\I..I so for .& I Much| Fulo.lg Nathan a Anarr takenon e upon, he t.would probably have taken the Feunalesoverl8, 231 GEN Saxewiw ASD Roa KAp.-The Xai. can the proviso b fairly held a* abrogating Missouri by Maj. Gen, Sheridan, will Pn
,111 tt i tat 0 D at : the of the Constitution 14 to eligibility "owm"
193 futeOiynefr sayt-We have ,
I. .1 th.reygioUcthablitdsourWecds&ud&uuets, under 18, 873 authority for ] pr"\Wn and will assume
say- ,
ol at Louisville Kentucky
iSO? He history
the STUi March, interview trouble revive this scrap particular
;j o backslider 6 everything Republican but d'II t a t Lila ti log that the have been i I fo 1 Itself prescribes none, inertly declaring a of of the Cumberland.
this city, Couover'a at time Mr. Rogrr 1 In to the 166.7. llclell alg t the Department
th and such accord that I o Iuvltto I Total population 3.9411altu60thepopuladoewasuZ41usa by specified class under this Act, I *"L
I loving un- Ul '<
1'0 I mae Genu SberdaQ despatch to the Inclg.le G. H. Tbornus "
.\ t .hich Benjamin Wood, linger A. Pryor, Jal' President (a hick othermetnbers simply endorsed) : I IWSIMa 1 'I'i lew eligible of the I Iullllu Fifth. Maj. Gen.
for President T
art o only man .Do Mattcnon and Couover 1 ere present lie te.li- distinctly place* the desired clemency upon the I 1.874 military aUlborl "t.1 Gen. Roseau "aivbed t 1t 1'01 proposed to execute all order he may find in fit
ri her Incitement profitable reflection r the citizen at New i ( but : hi.*
Orlean ol.\mel.lm.n& of
1bl cot to II"wnt" time
I t lied that on this occasion handed hint following I p Fifth Military District at the
.... au ,ground) [ Female, l,026-8.3O utica!
P'or :
privilege,
4 accept *construitiou ad no more than tin "
ii I ,t BHIKMAJTCAB Qoigrsotisiw.-Tke New Or. affidavit t the e/ut that had urged him "Mr Data PBUIDUTT: I have been and li I 330. 1 Shr' of the recooxtruc- j other, rgh' ay I command t>f It, unlci antborued by

f. hens Tbu. of 14lh, say "several private to make a false deposition Illcllg Jiff DavU am ol the opinion w the perjury la Ibis c DunXa ?81- all tin act*, i I wholly without fnd.tu I can But b Impliedly titer given o taken of the army to annul, alter or modify then
t aisbt'raAt anil ty tmXAer #r I 'ewaC : likewise th* insinuation j a.a enough-aa the question, *
wot uf demeanor ) though before
in the LlncoUi and thai "I tha'1 Sixth. Gen. SheriJAn, :
are have been received in Ibis ) ., dilute 'II IIi the Maj.
telegrams t -1 o bgt4Aseperma, troj one gravest I
lI Invidious
inconsistent teem
city,stating &b OeD Grant had ete I comyraatd Judge 101& virtually recommended the nine.He .- and to w etUeQisclves.lrom public c I Total in I860. 8.911Increase decorum any manner to General.iU proper personal | or may b deemed pr prai may tlc"l utility or effect, Maj. Gen. Hancock,will report In person

** President Johnson regard the l "l.that Pryor banded bint another affi have tern instrumental In obtaining his convic : anyone. Rut seauw* a' few o ; I Headquarter

Gen. to-wlt: that be would t "viI. U> the effect ta'the testimony given by tin and I 1 believe him lea guilty than 0t. __ LOW ,' Aur 'a New Orleans but a brief pr 1 Iprir I qut.tu.ui 0 the conservative side indeedare By order ol General G*"
their
t S .temporarily 8 the War Office, relieving him at the U u t .In "d to pardon..boil. than .'other, I rlmClt fr REMOVAL or StANTon AID m CJIQrucu: I the date 0 the dispatch in do| .bt.r b .rJr.tn. o Intrinsic I:. D. TOW>&ESD, A. A. G.

Bunion,rnl condition u that Bherldaukoold threats of personal yli w aa ,and kno.u The Richmond DapatA say on rung which his time and attention were wholly I IpraC. Fog, th, to I
tmdertakca eutigiutruthepubuiclusthln
A the
Chronicle
o be by both Cunoierauad Judge UolL Tbewiaffidatit .* t th eb'I occupied ia making arrangements, and I f press t qU. WCr. I consign It t Conservatives FROM NEW ORLEt-
r
not disturbed in command the t 1 sake, will a ject: "The Radical will a doni
b FOb matter go step : O ,
0 I o ir ,
public, his whether will 0Twe1'
they concede
,l IdiUry District. We know no of course, bow he says, .er Ibwtt t him for signature further and name the parties alluded t u being fuss that the Executive awe any life after having I lwo early for the I it t dlere NEW OU.EAS*. August
hi jo"4'
scene the
new eleven
sjanrfc foundation of truth for Ibis and he lattifien offered been, deprived all command. "Itot rnlrtery&u showing I yellow fever Sunday, and
may b ti money I more Cooover particularly that .oneoer" .they thought. o vitality. colored elector TU- '
liberal
I bat the fact induce him do ao, but that he refused. He Jlllb But while .e tat they can b a* Cholera ha a eoupleofcased
ttjfor\ &leading members of the t t : they rail they b aie.IU I Tax RADICAL Jn>uu,TXo Radical themselves I
Inem people and
I JhMT Orleans"Grand Army* a lamenting over reiterates that h U-Uuuooy, given at the 1.Ig have bad especially hil D"r 111' t tension; for m the going O &alpI j the Memphis RAS, Juve ever, after a, k says> I Irevolutionary and sincere., certainly D.disinterested I at New Iberia, La., ha been diaese forty-c"--0 '
ng since the of the
J y cjtw tbe IitDtDIIfl&1Z probability. the L.1 every ... ia a power the exact nature which I appearance
o U"1 JI. D the While
lf .-- ) a"TU neat 'e Uto The Baltimore O1 says; "T. superabundance not comprehend, and Ute tendency just such a ale. ei cut o, not presuming to dictate 1 the conqueror nlation of tUree or four thousand. "

I i "' Wikt.&w. coun erwtion about the same effect aa that Mr. Anacin but money,o what passe .money wblb te fear. This will b* the case with o the Constitution pany, and t& .bh I novrsra.ing ,it i is surely I competent t the conquered Galveston advice of toJay M3< *
u o 0 If indeed, trampling upon the rights : to enquire a* to the true ioterpretatiua and of N> $"
t b the lurgckt atm diffeis in that the san' accepted money fur signIng th* leni centie,but more par l.ll sub- and liberties of con- CTefg aad CapC t'. 8.AlboU, '
a the
I muted -
people. '
J" to force. look And such ktructionof Ia.ho.far
f 8t&being about two hundred .affidavit of* similar character. It aW iuiplicatra New I evidence President te.i' p The die panic abrogated or to among Ute intermeut y,4td3. T .
a a YIk o arm just surely gibiwtled what
tha
'Ih' a i extent MlMating and in force, IB reportouin
1" forty J in length, by about GO* JUId General Dick Taylor. Another affidavit prly. .ae aw people thlk. but 0 sr with *purpose It i Is now their a the byl though Theodore MU wa errooeouJy

!f width. It&construction i to b from Francis McFall U t the effect that l subscribed t"nl. Wbeo money lies IB te 0 a brief time belnr the end and objects of thi*ry.olu b other.t ee their.end U seasons eC nh doing so he may'evesv venture spun a decided ; four uterment on Monday.

..a approved of English affidavit like tUoae mentioned and the bank seeking investment or wailing fur I ia the Ctbiiwt will b* developed, and expectatioa crime of always hastened by trI protest and remonstrance a* to a constructkio An order ba* been Issued forbUd-V

4 sjd Uw I p and weavingI J "I paid John Mania aclin. bu iue,.*dernanJ, times out louk for important will not b kept long .lg. If we a bt 1. tUne, erring and whkh Involves its rou Ul'Dt'e to Lint irre- tInes by milroaJ and other UtArt.r l
te Ip& t. o w* hardly ,
i mt which Radical- parable "
a 1 b Cp i' wrung. O" *
&
I _r-4'-4 I Wood, Pryor and Conover U tb. .tllp Joint. disappointed* birth t 'I ties, which we common carriers,
t re If the provision of the Constitution, upon the color, race,or previous conditionr -






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=- "ibpt''tRQ M-TM; t.'GUST wenth4 A.... I.hot"i''AodAt1I Wo Kitron's hear dally OUTCM of the VIe astonIshing. .AID Drsrimc cores.. effected ritis.by Savannah and Palatka,,-Fla. DRY GOODS : .j-C AR 0 ENsEiE' : : M. LIVELY 1 STATE. SEMINARY,.

'., II %wi" tbeso truly valnable remedies and therefore tike n
(4 pleasure In recommending< tbem to oar read '. ,
f llIlrd that H. 8. Fitch, United great 'LMALII: : IEI'LHTY1E0 : .
ft $1.Ilvcll ere. The Ok on Vine is a liniment prepared froma -0 ---
.' IM DWrid Attorney, will at the next term of German Profcstort rcdp<*, and acts like magic on 1DGRVEICIES- 1 L'TABA(1A TCRSIP, I : NEXT SES'IOX WILL COMMENCE ON

i-nited "'State Court for Gt.'OrglllprosuuleIbe rbentnatlttn nenralgla,toothache Ac. Red Top Tnrnlp' r1'iir( September 2d, 1807aod end 30kbJunel4iS.

perjury, elgt Southern! Loyalist w ho, It I Ifltgtl U The Dyspeptic Pills are fast, gaining the popularity l.rg White Norfolk Tllrnll. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t.T.
'
turnip J. .
(or Large The tn-titntlon will bo under the charge of T.IFHSAW.
luki-n Die lIt oath I contrary I to I 1-iw merit, and are pronounced a sore remedy bv all
I, I n\'e they ._ A. M.,assisted by MI.s/ RaI.L.
: C
who hare used them. These article are of home ,.. ..
1n.1 ftcI.: TIl' TLWLIZZIE Instructors.TERMS
_
nanBfacttre, and this filet should induce all to buy DEALER IN : !

""I.ivrs. nlOin ADMIX19T1UTIOX DEPARTMENT p (bent In preference to other medicines. the rlOo B JTST RECEIVED: HYW CABBAGESEED [ Per Scuba ono half payable In advance, balance

TilE WAR prletor Trot. II. II., Kayton Sannniib will fill all XR, on 1st February, 1805.teituicmluitcpirtitient:

\Fw YOUR,; Anff4'y W.-TW!' ;'Cnrnmrehils\ orders, and they ran alto be found at our principal CapUin USIKA ,...IM "0
: Grant's mtnitni ln tionwrr the R. Wilson & I'rlmiry .... WOOIncident
'P00'1 and Bro.
W bore throughout conntry.SaimsseA
\Vvliington" .drtiglsta I ,. .
: DRUMHEAD CABIUGF
L.\RUr
I Is causing astonl.hnt I - LATE Expenses,. : .... 80
Department
the War &pttbllrd. SYLVAN SHORE h Cabbage. F.xlrt, charge for Branrbel

,,, l.y Iii, f'gi'1' economy and dismiss! of suffluoii ni(.rcMl OlMml Cabbage, M 11'rl 'Uuiifiingcs! ,optona(eleb,)........>. 20 0

Blood Reel, Ittie.i. .
I", force.Intcriml TRIIH7TK OF MEMPKCT.CRAwronnvtt.1 : Captain TUCKER., -S- Urns. Turnip Boet Use or 1'lnno. ...... .. .100 0 4

rotrnnc receipts t..11I1) f'MS.OOO. -, THE former leaves Savannah Fridays, 10, A. M., Mangel Worl".III'rl.! F. EPPE8,
-.- B honor I l at Jacksonville Saturday about 10 A. and all oilier seed suitable /ll u.I"'t II the Pics. Board Edncstlon.
August 12th 1WT, A. L. 58UT. I f fAt )I.. proceeding from thence Palalka toe ,. Drugstore of M i. 1 1.1 1\ H.YAng .\ugturt W. '1T Prt-tf
THE VERY LATEST. of Cra"forchlllo Returning leaves Palatka Sundays 9, A. M.,arrlvlnc WK TO-1 A, KM'IV.M: : .: II, I*01. 1.4VARIITY _
Loilgetbe 1. "f .
a regular meeting .
.. I Jacksonville 3, P. M., and remaining there until --
followini preamble and resolutions were nnimlmouilT A. M., Mondays, at which leaves for Savannah. CALICOES BLEACHED SHIRTINGS J> STATESEMINARYIPJ'ltR !
llf Tl.EtI'U TO MElfWEEKf.FIORIDIAS.; ] adopted II i Plaid Mnslln. Jaconet ) \ lrF.hg41
[t 'n.1OT6: ,'N: d:'W 22 -T1 IeI'\! I.n ton- But now ho is dead wherefore should I fort f The. latter l ivavc. Savannah. rn Tuesdays at 10, A. Stripes, Ladies'. and lo.'a'l'al"k.I.lon., STORE. -

scarcity of shipping here, In eon'*. Can I bring him bask agaIn I hull go to him bathe M l'ilstks arriving Jacksonville "'edoe.ra. reaching Bonnets, Brit sad Trlmmln. RllihnnsCountry FLORIDA
\l1II1'11'l1: same nealnj. .PalatkaThursdays '. Nrtr rXFRCISF9 IS MALE FEMALE
.wm-eflwlm-h; a stork of naval More U nccit- shall not return to me." 9, A. ., Jacksonville S M., on Style Roll.' ...dle',Silk SMinX'inbrellas TALLAHASSE I -" I ho TnI" Seminary, the former i I f : .

rapidly. The following rates noJ'ft 11 WDIRIAI, U the dispensation' orao All-wise Providence Fridays.. CLAGHORN CUNMNOR. Ac.e.., \eLADIES' 1 1I nndiT Mime CRoss, and both under board ol competent ) ;
mulattos ... I : will be resumed on the
Xcw York. Sail,. cotton, I cent per pound. our much beloved Bro. KADER KERSEY, F. DIBBLE AI.118a. \\rot 'i.n ''np.crri: : LTV l Y CALT. Tit ATitronsnnd IClc'M.SireS l or $cptensber.
in _. ofCrawfirdylhle Lodge,No.23,of Free and Accepted Ati, lSr7. AgnL tinilon !
turpentine and I tar, 0 cents per AND Cllii.lntFNsCloth pnhle .
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ll.r-in{ )Masons will meet with us no more on earth but )
1 I'tirrrl. Kn inqiilcl .
turpentine, $ per DEW"or TUB AMPd. EPPES Pr.ldonL
<.irnl: Spirit has been called from his labors In our earthly Temple & Morocco Boots, NEW GOODS ,1'nly SI, 1 S)7() 8iMf
bnrrcl. This cordial has only to to appreciated. Gater _
f:3&7) P" to the refreshments of the Saints everliuling b t.te b

Xr.ORI.F.SR, Aug./ 23.-Sales! 400 bales. Markti rest In that house not made with hands eternal In &( AND
; urn-hanged,:Jxiv.mlddllng.Mt., .Ot.qntetjtOmniOu the Heavens| therefore, __ loslT I IA woo Il1'.. Crushed MRS. RANSOMSFEMALE .
) Jil .0 00.- Bt U rrtntml That while the death of Brother \
FApnrWlOMrH l DOCTOR'S POCKET CASE. A reward will and Powdered SiiRar) SEMINARY
Trippleextm, .lt M. Com,good demand} hold.r KERSET! has filled ns with the matt poignant grief be paid If returned to t Tierces Ulln.o Family NEW PRICES 'I

claim% 10 els. advance.. Pales of white mixed we still remember that the Supreme Architect of TIL ARTAtP POt Surjfon.Aug. l"t 6 brlld... Mi*. Verb FI."r. PAINTSILS.\) WILMINGTON, N. C.

U '*l 20. Mixed\ yellow and white In low *li t tI the Universe. ., who has taken him from us, is too 9 \ SO.kCKsXRlls, ,,( dtoOlM ) ....---

fair demand, 70 cents. Bacon. wise to err aad too good to fa wrong, ,and wclhrrc- WolIVis MchleelsiMS Hf1tu.... are good '|'\F NFXT 8FSSION OF THI8 IS8TITUTIOS
1 25.: 0.iU -S- -
i:.@ fore, bow with meek submission to III. holy nil). for 1 bei'ln on the 7th ol October, 1 7.Ybuahloot .
HolilerVaslc. 1214 for shoulders | Dy.pep In branch. alone will be
light supply. A (/ In token of 150 bushels Corn. Toilet Articles leldl'r every
farMer rtmlettl That
our grief Perfumery
for clear side.. Lanl, choice keg 141. (fc>M AOCK AUD FEY E.. Whitf cmpli.yoil.Tim 4
1 IS 'In consequence of bis death, each member of Craw The only preventive known for chills and fever Is T \\rF. AUK: ltK< F.IVINU HOODS WIt WE 1 ,uu'et t aoenmpllshed and experienced Professnrs -
in. fordvllle Lodge wear the nl and. of Ancient and Lnp.g ,
HK'ricliiii lias not complied with the request! ofihe for thirty days. Sebo.pJ &c., &c.. &o., b.h'n "rnred.Frvmli _
mil br In tbe 4-
city council to remote certain officials declared Bt further Frm/onf/ That a certified copy of these I'iee&w RVII.SON BRO. For "imrili iilnri hah'lllllly. spoken lemln.rl.

liy council Ineligible under the reconstruction resolutions be furnished by our Secretary to the NEWGOODS. July l P, 1S07. MIw.lre' \ .I \lHa. Itnllt.KT: RANSOM l'lnclp\

nets. Special order 123 annuls certain contracts family of the deceased, and that s blank page of the Mrlilnlnni-- h..r--been- BBESSM.OTIIlNCi G.OODS't ran utilrhbu b" .Irnrl In now.1 by ally iccHiinit iithliilnncnt,, VII mill .01 the ns low Slnte.Orders as. Aug._I:, ''T Vt-am.' J

awarded by lattiounefljuid deolarak (lie (nine book records be Inscribed to hl, memory. before the .Aiui-rhiiu pilUllo Mrlsnispni.il', 1 by 111 or ulliurnlm "II receive. |'roni't|
On motion, It was II" rl/bt''l'1 attention, bo lillnl nt m jiilivs as If the
null) and void and (the city of New Orleans Is releaded years. WASHINGTON COLLEGE
were lucre In lurt for
.
(
buyer 1"111. Ila
Thai this hlm.elf
1Re.SoZrlI1 preamble and resolutIons be
from any obligations resulting therefrom.Dentil i ", ( lm nnlilcsQUININK.
''published In Tallahassee FhrMIm.By / ; AM TillS DAY RKCKIVINU FROM N. YORK NOTICE ( ( ., 'ollrlarllhe fulu" I.ELN6To .IIGuieI.t. 1
from yellow fever on the 19th to 6 A. M., order of the I.odgo. I s desirable .rtm.D' of Dry Guo.such as -I''i, '

rvpork'it to Board of Health, 37. Calicoes, asserted and new style,
IK W. T. IJl'V AI., Secretary. .. -To-, lien It. E. LEE, nmJrnr.nldiMl) by a corps. of twenty \
Shirting
Itic IIMONP, Aug. 22ExGov. Wise delivered\ .beek.orte. Tickings, Hml. mill Slioc'M, I Hosiery niulrliit'ls I Iaii.Iker I hI8Irl"lor,, Including a l'rur.8o of Ijiw.'PMC ] ,

in addiw" to-day! at Washlngtonand" Henry I TflhIIITE: : OF HKNI'KCT.MACKET : Strip and Trimming, Ribbons, { OF COTTON. Cul'.tTilR' ((Knnrv,) Cloth A 1arA|| supply" \ of(Jnhilnrlinloo" lininda, I In store : NF.XT SESSION-0-will login| on the THIRD _
He said .noW1.o.'Cll natural SlllEHS for nv.
Academy.: we Bet Buttons, I Hair: I Br-II'! ", K\tnicts .1,1 .al. M.I liv FLY. 1 .i 1 1 lit 1 1:1.Y In September, and end on the 3rdlluirrdiy j
)nllrgliicc to our country and any oath to support I I. : honor, No. 89! F. A. M, f f ALSO mill J'ot fiiniory, I 1'ipcs A Cut- .
August lUih, A. 1. &O/ ?. f fWBtHEA -- --0-- (1,0 reached by stare from
oath of In violation nmy 8taontot
Us Coniillution or registration was! 11111"1
I Iti'lK for
Gents' Boots, Shoes and Hats, Momy ( --0 or Lenlral ;
,an All-wise Proxlilvnce has 11'1) &lrod rum '
seen (1"01"1110'rIIII" V.
of that) Constitution. .'flwttIi'nobellIg; proper lbep Red.mae Clothing, t I .) ) ,, stage! '
) 1.Ilhunr fom "
to visit our Lodge with death and remove from time 1-:1': \\1111
freeinaA thev Uiiilrnad., ,
mnilc nn effort' hinlw 'If Smith Oroerleo. .. I Ill I 'h.1> ''nl. j I
to eternity our well-beloved Past Master JAMES A. Rope and Bagging;, I. 1'llh'rlplu. OILS OILS OILS. For HiriliiT |"nritviiliirs( apply to Clerk of the Fac ,
the dominion of tho black Iiw lman.
I to <
mihjpct Assorted .
NEWMAN! who departed this life on the 3d day of H.rdWe Oil f"r I'ataiuguuu.

.\;IIIII.t this we must appeal to the white masses August A. L. SuM, A agu.UO. '6?. M-3t A. 10PKIN8 - -- Tim New Matrli: XotioiiH too numcroun July P, ',?. ,_W-Siu. _ _
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of the Xorth'who; will not permit the sacrifice of A. citizens we are sadly bereaved, as Masons we to mention. 1'iievi ilown. Everything in KEROSENE OIL -

niliirw' laws to political prejudice. The white feel that s great shadow bus ote pre Id nsand made WolsVa f rhl.4aisi MrksMppis ; OFrlCI ATASTle.It'rF R R.I I the W. E. WARD'S J

'if New England Middle Slates! and Europe must dark our path, and our htnrtt though made to bleed b1.1 Grocers. and Apotbccarlca.. AUIU.I 111. |r
,
ATLANTIC' (IVI' QUA! r. I mmc
will continue to It'I'ERIOR 11 tl. aOlball.e,1
not be kept out of the South by black rule. before the great destroyer of the body feel now ss DILLON'S'Universal'Cotton THE, tb. VIICIII,11\ Hi'tenue Tut on Colon and Provision Line OF for ""401"1"|' | .1.1 Seminary for Young Ladies I IA

Thi! U a white man's land, and must be kept though they bavo rccelicd a home thrust Indeed shipped purl .r Horlda via Live lik Grocery .
for our chain ,Is broken band is of Savannah, New yok.e.. MACIIINK OUJS NASHVILLE, TENX.
"ipen for whites. Ho said that to avert the.na- our shaken one For further
tlnniil dishonor repudiation the Interest on the Ibo noblest pillars of our Iintltmlon Is gone, which Tie. any I"r.ronfnll.. I.UFKIOSI shippers limy address ali: II) nn liaiul: and School. j1

itinnal, debt must be reduced to four 110,1. half time can never replace, and 1\0 can but grieve' at hi. Agent .\. A (t, I. It. 0.", FixAugust MECCA: OILS, Superior Boarding Day

|tsr ecnt. That Interest \taxed and the whole debt sudden demIse, for none was higher esteemed ; ever 90. 07.- WMlinWvlsV'si - Simpson's Liquors.Dovo's .. ltillit tliU M. .

<'/1I1I001ltlllte 1 the rich would stop hOlll'lllugbollllll. kind and courteous, as a civil officer none better -0' ,-. .. 'h"MI'P. are Imitated :NTItATKH: (01F.S 1 .
M\TIIF.MATICAL
lLIsiisNiu: COURSE
liked | as a friend and relative, none better loved ; and eonnierlelicil, and |'iun'IUMITK will hereto 1 .Mo I I ItiltiTH t I Hulliuul I
,
,
Ho this audience to their Ilnl'"li"n tlti'nitim I wliti Unit iliws eolli'ircs. I
renew
urged allegiance BEEN APPOINTED AGENT for tbe caution In >nrchni, ,
husband and father use | >liig.'
as a uona more kind providentand
to their country and net cr desert the con- affectionate, or In return more IdolilOlll[ as HAVING the above popular Tin, for -- 'IIIIIR.| | ", itei.,. .o. CASTOIt. OII, of MII''I'ill'| iiiuliir| '}i. I'LHK and t:<|niiilKh KIIKM next by....a.lln.Frvneli Our Tcsrher.rates for German'be.

dilution, and to preserve the purity of their nice, Christian, tone more ..oo.I.leolllll} a Mason he was SALE OF THE lliotiKli, loner thiin uturr( scbools, will con- Ii j)
OO''OD LINSKKI OIL Iloilo.1 ami Raw
ind labor' unceasingly to live In )It'RI'Canll\plenty.Kunnwlmcouuly truly loved as a brother. Ills actions and words Ba1a FRUIT I \ KUUIT } nlM. 3. I l.iiN'lull'ii. AU) rinEFK.: WITHOUT CHARGE.

yesterday! subscribed |2.;>0IKH ,- were ever regulated by Rule and Line" and his suit purchasers.These lme Fla:. Atlantic & Gulf CentralRAILR0AD. ,. LIVF.I.Y'8.WHITE : I l.itlnlii I Hiil tosrholarnhlp. It Is," cut y. Oeo.
t ) to Cliesapeake\\ and Ohio R R W. A. Hop- conduct at alt tliues bariuoniud, with the true prln'clplea .'Dr all others In simplicity ..n4ee ,I 1'. 'lrh. .a |1''lrln''llul: nf, the (irlnclples, of
& ..ii. II&cturer of morality and virtue' promptly' observing of plantations, and 10.101 Clreen I Iriiil RIIIl'rIMl'r'rI. -(0.- arlliMiliiin 1 IIIIIKU.igi'.1 .
welt known &Oh1l .
pie, a wa.IIm..lc.1
superior strength render them s favorite 4. :MLKIO A& m.lTIby: neif scuD t a
MAUl
to-diiy charged.with counterfeiting! Rev- bis duty studiously atoldlng all dissimulation In use. -- .- A. HOPKINS.Tallahassee : : ., IT! I I lilnvn ",, for I'rllleo. I
mile Iit'pector'i brand. directing his steps to Immortal glory. By merit he Lug. 1.> '6?. US-it I Canned Moats Pickles, 'Jellies LEAD A. Mclliiol. I IEIKthl l'alenttI.
II. .. hi .-
arose to distinction and eminence In the Masonle' I :11 \ btuUfl hlnUnl
n.vi.TiMORE' .(Ilg. '22.-Cotton l and WsrisVsj MeM.Uusi Mcb.app. are I Milk, &c. &0. tnir apeak .
quiet .uiiiImngcd. .. ,
and Mauler of be sustainedIts
Lodge I .,
Fraternity a bis
; aV'lai. Allissillr A .I" OnlrntRailroad
by all the medical (Ikenity.Wanted T 7. itI.L1lIihie: 'for Drug for Wo g
,Rio Coffee dull. 'Wheat' advanCl'lI.'urn .- honor sad reputation 'liy the skill and sssldnlty comm'Dde --1 I1 Coin|nny hiivlnitfnlli.il in pruvlde the IN l'AU. or l1rFlunn Ol\'l": "uii AND: :OF:>l.M. l. 0011 Wits 511kb. ",'aul 1,1
( unchanged. Outs, choice 08 cts. ranging with which he performed Ibo I duties of the olllee.- Slaking Fund for the rc.h'ml'II.1| iftIilr Bonds, M. McCormick.April dry and' In Oil, at(1 the 'I.unl ( vi'iillliitlon, ,uui ".10 ._
I II required by an net to I rovldu for nnd a .! Ilrl!llr M. Mi HIM. 1 INH.l'KMJK-Cncrfd: : Musla In ,'.
:IM to quantity as low as! 40c. Bacon, shoulder, Supported by the genuine love of bis brethren con liberal system of Internal liu'ro, ,'enrOlrlI| 1 LIVELY. ficntoall, l'Uls| | worship In the city chapl. 'j '.

1.1J@13l: Rib sides, 151 t i' clear 10i@10J ;' Lard ducing greatly to their lup|>lncss by the seal and 1000 COW niDES.for, "bl..1 the highest price Stale" approved J.imwr, A, IK.V, nollee, la herehy Ill, 103?. lU nl their i holea nn tin. Hiibbutb.1IUMK .
'UV. Bulk shoulders, 1SJ i rib sides, 14J. Mess. ability with which be explained and propagated the I will be paid. giventhat on -.lSpear'sPreserving. -- : 1 t.'Ll.Sr.-"h.: society of the hon_ t
true principles' of Masonry. Thus, like the great A. HOPKINS. Alls' Day of ?, thin .:,hl""loll'| '11 le, the many lessons on J
pork 24J., Sugar firm. Whisky unchanged. August 90, '6?. W-lf ".I..n.H.r. piilito iuliui._ Indlspunsabto to .nl.ad It
NEW: YORK Aug.. 2 J.-Cotton steady; sales Luminary the East, diOiulug "Light" and lustre I will oBer fur ,"le. at Lnku. ('It), FloII., at |iuhlp| WI &OOIJS) Solution! Vllutitliii,. ID all. I
to all within Its circle did be spread and communicate WsrisVsi .bl.4lasai Mla... Is tb.pat suction, to the highest bidder, Hie Total UI"'o.e per year from 1.100 t to H30, according .
Flour dull State
t,3.'H: bales. 7.50 to 1185.southern light and Instruction. to tie Craft. ; Impressing liquor _.I.r In the "orlaFor loaiuJlus. Tin.) noitsfsalon will open on lh.tlondisy ,
).. 10.14. Wheat dull, declined 2 to 8 cl.ml".r *. Atlantic & Gulf Central R. R. I PRESERVE: AI.I.' I\S"1" or .'IVIT. has f .
upon them the Importance of Masonry, and seriously Fa WILL MplB k'
> ,
s r.
.\ Southern, 2.30 to 2.34 ; White 41. Weti *- admonishing thorn never to disgrace It, blm.elhver Rent Its property, of every Un.l Ti rnis ('.b.- For & Summer of '67 "., without sirtiglitiutir_. ,.Irll'', wlb| nr wlihoiitsnitnr.I'rulla .. C.I.lllue'II.111' ruin partlcukis, osj f 1
rn mixed Corn declined H to 13 eta. Oats low- observing out of the Lodge those Important duties r.'eb.. to pay for suwns Spring I |irc rrved by this/ .,1111"1 are .giicxl n- \ '

,Southern! BO to $5. Pork 23.SO./ Unl. 121) be taught In It, thereby convincing mankind Ij his THE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BY GEORGE By ord.r of Fund.Ihu Board Tru.K'is" .ttl Internal Ihs beat "tanned" IrnlM. whl., I. lisa aviilda llntrnulile Auic t'l, 1 IM7. 1..v. W.VA-liii E. WAKD, Principal. .,
Improvement .
.. Possession o. 1st October. tlui >|'| Ilia friill. At' ,
10 13.: foul 40*. I dIscreet and virtuous. conduct of the beauties of given B. C. LEWIS. c ICGI A. CUUI.KV: Kule.in.in.PIT In large"r.lnl.., nf"unlng I burenlf at pleasure .,. --
CH\RI.KSTOS,'Aug: 82.-"20-1:) rogMeiwI tn-day Masonry. Ho was truly one to whom the burthened A alt W. -6 7. WWf .. Lake ( liym' | |>ers ropy till -.- hereby mrtn/1 at Iron

whites 123, colored 108. Lean could freely pour out ltssorrowssnd whom Ws >*. Mrklealsuss Hfttmmffm d.l or.ldI'11.ote.ie. Wld* a* prr 4CN.. In Ilir rusS of Jurat UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. f

Cotton quotations nominal. distress did not plead In vain, whose hand was the of cort1. I will tirracrve milk >
*
guided by justice and whose noble heart wu, expanded cb.nle WolfV'o Mrhlrdasss Strlsaluppu oo used & Clark LhlrIJ.r biiurs I Inngur) limn It s 111 mil urully deep, -0--
NEW OKLEANH, Aug. 23.-The Austrian sloop by benevolence. Wept earth kindred water.School. all over (Ihe world by the phyiII nuia) in :lulr|Irsuticu. Pratorius eil.lul lo furnish II'f'eon.lllin hut we.I lir. 'I'lIB: NF.XT: HK.MION: OK TillS INSTITUTION
"i"war, Elizabeth sailed to-day with Admiral 1 on by '. t ;_1' I I .WIIL.d purr Uy beau hrul and cllccluiil. 1 w.IIIIII.. .this llr.l day uf OCTOBER, lesT,
and friends, bis memory honored ball who knew rait '01.,1 upon ss u lntf (ha .ebe.pi.eI and .ml clII 01 I, )' the 4lb ol July, II '
TtvthotT I for Vem (jruz.AYANNAAUgJ2.UIInII1. Will be Sold MERChANT TAILORS aneW for I hi in.In. 1'.eodh.1 _
bin i wept and honored by all true Masons, may I-IN N. BEAKD will open her School, h.lllvb",111 "iiruaervlng' faults Ac.
) tiiluwr; fur with each bollM. U ha adinlilrdaan student lb. applicant must .
% part they ever remember" bis parting request! ere be was .li for a limited number of Scholars, on the Pint dlre.'lnl' lolll Try
of October. AFTER DATE AT 1IIK HFPOT, and. lie '. at the Hint. nr I hn .1'e"1 yeura of agit. There la no prescribed \
"t 1 Iho State are matcriuhy damaging the "Raised" Day SIXTY OAS 1'11
crops.C \ to that most sublime Lodge In Heaven AND ,
Tallahassee, Aug. 18,1867. 98-U i .. the ..rleh., nix l lI D&4r.IIIIIReay I.1VKLY. ,..k"r.lu.le.lu this Initltuilon. Every sinihilul -
.110111 U opening( rapidly\ but the rain prevents where the Supreme Architect of the Vnlverse preside rolo.llIl II" l'b."I. be will attend, but ,In .

pii-king, and Is Injuring the crop of corn. The i "Tell my brethren to meet me In that Lodgenot W.Il>'. NchiedaMi a chssAs>assi are Rood 1 COTTON GIN, Clothing & Oonts' -0 HID Aeuilrnilo Do),artinent h.must attend at ,IteM J' .

"H-'I..rl|
'",.11,, RitolutJ, That we deeply mourn the death of our of'Beetl li-el.urea unit tell accompanied by
iy.Cotton ..1'. ... I M.
quiet jnmij:[sie*dyMiddling Upluud, beloved brother JiHU A. )(iwiu, snd truly sympathize 1 WHEEL m : .:( ... II TIIK Jt t:1: enn.cMilrntrd ilnlly Ihreu exiiinlniiiliina. The L'nlvcralty 'Is divided Into 1'
with bis bereaved 'In their sod andmelancholy ) hy e tin, U"I.ytI| nlsi :.
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'I; Crnl!!. Receipts to-day SO baled; for the week family HEREBY GIVEN that I will sell to Ike highest Marked Uo 1 smnll 'i'sikago,marked -- valua of 'oroln Us ."' / of \ I.AAiitIiC.Vti. .
affliction .. citizens friends and Ma- thu. .
hlllril. 'I.t
IS Bhnrmsn. To sold for and reh
I U 'L exports 1,094; stock on hand 080 bale coo, snd pray that sn All-wUe' Providence may bidder, on FRIDAY 811.1. a lot of freight ". I.nl..lr.I I'Y.en' WF.ARE NOW RECEIVING CI.11ISI.," 1.l "r.lr"I..1, fur I.. Ilm.dl.L> prdu.Lu. of leul % K.: I'cl.r., A. M ,,Prof of Llu.
LiVMiPooL: P. M. 214 Cotton cloned '. for .t 1.r. F I'|' .e., "lle.lr.d II. I._ illdtnlrtvu I'll. "' .
heavy. apply the balm of consolation to their now lacerated 5,000 ( Freight Ag<'nl, I' .t (I 't II. rllrol.blnc.(* .lln"lo rieluui'ss, Fur lbs nf II. "
.10 Drug '
OIGA Aug 1 107. M-td. I Iii. ltor. M.rMiiilulM, V"e. of Modern Languiigea -
rpl.mil declined .e..o.
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Id. Middling Upland |dMoik i.- hearts. I more or 1 leas, forfeited lo-,1 t3 M. LIVELY, LL t. Irof. J

on hand, 10,000 bales. RuatitJ That the jewels of the Lodge be clothed I lation of See Pt. Act of JaIl 1h, I860 relalia : IEWOP: Tin: .U.''*. ALSO A,FULL .BL'ri'LY UFBltfk -o Ch. H. Vi-niille. A. IJ I'ror of )1.lbem.lc. i t !

WAsniNOTOil,22J.: .-Iltvenuo; leoaiiits, t-TCV: In mourning and that the brethren wear the usual 1, the Manufacture. Inspection aad Bale oC Tobacco, ldolibo| %Volfeiile agent for Ihu ahove ...rdi"l. l.rll'"I.1| J. lue.i. Ir. AII"ed MatheFrumu'll. ,;

0N( ). So; far both President' and Gen. Grant budge of mourning for thirty days." i Su.ff.udC.gnrs. r. D. WIOHTAN.- manuuictured 'In ?. .. Swllzcrlniid ; la used by all Vralloir, Blue. Black and Drab Colored Cloths and and r..Brown liuere.l PERSIAN HEALING SOAP i ","Ilb. A. M., Prof of Nat. Pblloaopby.ri $

ri"line to allow the publication of the correspondence Snulvtd That the Secretary dedicate a blank page DpatJ Cler. Ihe crowned b "Knrope Mliture Fancy D'EL. Ilk. ..'., M niilu| A. M, Prof uf Cbemlalry.llul '
Ilk .
relating to bkcrldan's removal. It Is well upon the record book to the memoryofour lamented August 90, '6?. M- Flanaal, WktloanS ("I..rl Navy Highly'Medioaied..11 I "and"I"I'I'"h.lpd.| | | Hi-pl. 4ih. ,) ProC uf Teehnolofj J;

iimUnlood that Grant remonstrated warmly. brother _' W.I.. MchlrtfsMii Hrhsssiaaaya are good For Sale. Ducks ,stud \, HOtl ll't\1 CHAPPED UiNDS. 1'IM- W II. .tll.ull..II.leo.. r""II. ., LL. U., ProC of Moral Pbll-
Jkmlitil, That a Of this preamble and resolutions end bladder L nn BcaM Head I, Hull Kbvuiii .
copy os..lby
Rear c.pl.. \ | 4
Admiral Pulmcr with Susquehannah IIDe /-\\E TWENTY HORSE : F (fiNE whli h w* are prepared to mike up l 1.1 t
be sent to the bereaved of p\n:1 : At 1".I.lllyl. 1.I"le"L n"rr Tetter Gui f red Ilulmea, D..I'rur. of History,Liters-
family our departed \J Locomotive Boiler, : '. o"r and on Ih moat reaaouahln leriua.OIVE lulwOtt. Ich.urher' LL
Saco .
I'JI'JIfl\helll and
1 is \ At II '
at spin"all.11 Er""I"r.I "1 "" lursand Ithilwlf.
and la ..... Tells.114151cc I. 'her.n. la I.. .
brother published the Florid at John A. Grubb N. Y.. very Hills used orJir AUotwu | riles< ".
Eight Pi,. .: and 'Uieoiuillva *- dl".IIrul" 1"Ilrl..1 .lh.I. II.-LAW,
well.Col. Flu. loro .Upright "Ih.5 US A CALL.March | !. Moore the President'* Secretary tele. ,WM. FOR3YTH BYSVM! These engines 'rs are entlraly .n./.I'/ .It ,". ruiiKhiiMa from thii f u.. Minor, LU I'., fr.t of Common and Slat-
I sew and will adapted fur |rhmliUii>u purpuaia'U.Ladd Bi), 1151?. MICE thus skin aoft J"IIII.,. ,
graphs tu' the Baltimore Sbutzenfert that public W, BKIN80.V.. }Committee.'W. .ld l.kra old hawllby.
business required the President at his post to-day. W.. COATES | ;>p> GEII'l NEWSPAPER, ADVERTISING .r, Engine snake and Also Locomotive one Eight llona Itulkr,Powor"Ow. K..III. For .I. whuh.iil, and mull at Ihu Drug rltur* iii| I i I. Mmithill. "Prof: of lulllullnnal and 1.lem I

All additional Paymasters are to be musteredout Adupud by Mm key Lodge, No. Bit\, F. A. M., August eOhoeet"D; Saw Mi head Him of iha ll.rrlik ICE ICE. I M. LIVELY. 1..1.11. Mercantile Law sod Equity.
10, A. D. 2Nd! ?. -AKDColecting- ijullcru. Jler. Cllra. Ib.lh'l cud PulUy., III.-UKUICAL.lo .
to tuLtMTuci fir.t October > 1 --0- a
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WM. FORSTTU BYM'M Secretary. II"a lli. Jler Bs.,. : and t."o"| > ( i h. o.i.olutedBi'.t| | 4lh,) Pro of M.dlcl.and
Sheridan telegraphed to Headquarters that the Agent Cranes b.I"" LIla l.r"' >g liUl.ule." .
yellow fever has assumed a threatening form la .. .- -- -- _-- .-- iilete Wheel order.of Wheelbarrows' vflebe. and one Haw In r..u i For Medicinal .Purposes Only !1A J I I. I.'.""1.1.. I)., I10t. of 10J.I.'ol.Dd' 8a,.ery.

X. Orleans. Several of his officer are ill with it. twtrtistmtnt.TALLAhASSEE$. UTISE! BUILDING, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.HTAddrea 'Ing and TIn work rrp lr d. ".lruch.II..III.I.. rplIE J. I'NDCRMIONED begs leave lu lurl'l bis.. Ml I'KHIOH_ in (It. J_ I.I.lvl.!. !>., of X.le I, C
(xlrona and llie publIc thatir\ b" Just '
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Tie order ot the War Departoienl suspending .-. smith Aug.BUon II, lull near)?. FlorUlaii V4-Uut iltlc ... a H. M iiiiitn, 'M I)., Prof or'brwl.trud Pbaruaey. t .
J K Luiiueilliir, M. I II IX-moiwirulor of .
Sickles' order No. 10 was issued the 17th. j IJHANDV Anatomy.Tka
on ,
*In Tallahassee, ears es>tlnel' Office, 'HyS1 uf bo student .
The : M'aillV IsVliaWauss | JKxrrgate expenses ,for t. sea-
Governor "
of .rul'r.
Washington tele- Pulaakl& House I..p.
Territory U CAIlGOJOF ICE uf ulna uf
..ao.b. rr. veoUve fur chill and lever.Canned : .Iul Unnlh..nlllhl tsl&bcoks.eloth.
grpks the discovery\ inexhaustible coal mines. Aug. 16, Ii7. --. I \V'IINKIYS| | | : lug and ...0.\ about ss lollowst

-. .M. SASH BLIND DOORMOULDING "Coods.I.REt I. Fur tlie Acaili utile Ilu.leDI.leodla, three Profiuui. -
DO OBLIICr
WHAT
We learn that the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad WOI VIA ST. MAICKH, .. ..UJI.
HHF.ItlCY
Wolfe's Schiedam Bb.pp i It cheek Ue dt. IEm.SI WINKS: 1 1 fur ilio Law the fulj
Company are extending their road from Thmna AND, of the .11 i.f\. .. MiiIII IIUh'I.L..Ue.dID. ean

ville to B IIDbridg /au.f that five miles (if the roeolOt-- TOMATOES Corn, and will ha reasonable able to supply Ibcui ci the li... and I'VUK: HOLLAND' (JIN, .te.. itt I J I For the Me'hksl Stililtit, attending tbe full
un must
F
AOT RY. &r., r'1 Ikaiiul taunt, |.
(rack has 'been laid. ELY OTTO Corn aod Beans, 4 ,ttt .10.or
.... Trash .. these n.|>ecllvely, t 4>5, 1330 and $ '
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a The warm weather la nearly over. bat there is .-.-. General Newspaper 'rtb Fresh P Apple.*.",| One Pound 'to the Ton. .uz -M._ 1:1.-: $. |will niLTi' bir,r'I"lret tt| tlo "I"D(In advance, sod the balance In tb: I ;:

IlrusieetutIsunirain ,. -
uf hit:U E .t i'lori.la Agent Fresh (Juine* fur dotalla of the .
has, Uiw SIZE OF M LIGHT WINDOWS (.I.lo.U.ld.lol or
seams, Lsd more than enough The : BHVA* _TaEET I..a ( gut the ( Iwlruitlun, .ola\ol..
accounts of the trop, |In The Interior are anything Sat uf iaf.. H'i/M. LlIJtI. 0). i"I". a -acw tdUruM % .WurH.aKin. Hecrrl.ry expenies, ur t{
but satuJkclory for .cotton but has done !Neil to the Corner of Bull a Jo t n. tax., CO th'n of the FacultyP..LulveeaUyofs..
oell I corn as 8 II 10. 8 feel 4U Inches. I r..et lO'4 In. News .. s YAL'IIS.
a WU Bardluea.rorsalaby tb.re.
expected Iransnortallon *
aDd baa been UeIDI. latHIUe fur on .
fed out for a 10 S 12. !8 I feet 10' f Itd mt
fortnight: palf to the great n-U-fof the planters. 10 II .14. 3 feet 10)2"( II ftoet 119 II 8-"AAI.OEOHI. it:. BRADFORD, .. Ga R. K., and bering Utirdaear expressly)' CO July IB, 'III. -M-tf f
Alltu agencies destructive to I ,... 19..1.1. Sti SmW.Ite' ru the A ---- "
cotton appear to 11 II In fret f V I 10' Aug. IM7. Mal .
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be at work throughout the Slate anti It will be 12: II 18. :feet 43 feet l 13 -
>tea by rfference to ex tracts from the T.llllhaa- 13x20.: : Sleet 1 4 7 fee I i WoUe'a. Hchkdsusi Hcmmfpm a food M"lrda. tn-ttmmfftt should FISH TRADE : KINDON & TIBBITTS
be In the !ICELAND :
*e and Gainesville |*pus that the eSPtttation Sashes of thi. sbove sties always on band, glued for all urinary eomplalau. bt .le," -'." : C ,
nf even a moderate ha or without flu Blind mad to salt tile abe,. .
muth given -feruaiuiiua crop Cvmrirr now 'been pnuj sUe. also sll other sues mad at shon ........._ Sugar \ h.1 I prepared to furni_li lorfh lee and' Fish, Ik. ..- CO I. "E IS
op. ... .h,. 15. Blind. V Inch narrower and ,l .Inck Joe,,, loan Heir & Craig 'Cofee'-and t"lll of lb. pen. A <<*. U R. = UKi
Sakke*. I '." tu utui.ti luiiUle will any awuual >
Tart Ttt>H AH I'VKXJ-ECTEO tIoiRrL.. JAVA utica It
DOOR delIverIng
COMMON aIlED : Goods
We repeat the warning to our Ik-publican friends ; "I JVST: RECEIVED A CHOICE LOT Of Rio Collie, db. : Dry Groceries
m all parts of the country that the greatest danir :t feet Incbe* I 8 feet I. IV thick. Trs, '
;: to the success of reconstruction in the rebel- 8 feet 10 lark... S 8 fcet 10 l'< tkirk.I Baltimore Ito lerg Green Black Tea, FEE OF CHARGE A Crockery Wooden Ware r
Mates U to U pr>relie uKi from the eittaa.ganees feel s 7,1H to 1W thick. Hams.Asgast of all kind Cutlery, ,
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snd'demajfotrura: (#7 the white I tees x 7 feel 8, IV'thick.wltk i e.Far Canl BKAbugar IJKOHII Ja. TO ALL PART Hf TiE CITT, every morning. ER' upatarts Uhlng
who or without luoulill. 1 if.; slo Donldian of all IMt n For sate by K |) .IUYUuT rare. CLASS-WARE .
I are fastening" theD1ot'h. upon the neck orI kiad for door aod buildings\ ; Bo** sad O. O.Moulding I fully and eorrevtly |'ut .v..t .or. will' ,
I the nt' ro population aDd m ill rule them la de. of firlou kind; B4 Mouldinga and Wolfe's '.(aVrijs ai|>|>;are good W.I1- '. .I.d.. k.... have a Goshen Butter lad my More open day and ulijlil. -
'tniction not ovenhrom all used for KbeuoutUm. i in .. LIVELY YANKEE NOTIONS fcc.
olhar work commonly baildias; .U all tl l J its LnJ \ ;,
AU orders eseruled. Term eak -- 'J
The above Is from the Chicago Tnfxiff an out promptly Ale and Porter:

nd out Radical T. J. KAWlaV- Lost a Pen. Ca. R. R. Land Office ILos.
_pnper._._ I IP --4u3IuM.- !1. and Fish &0.,, Choice Havana Segars I us
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:I't'DUTtD."-George Francis Train in a '! DEW- OF THE ALPS.1XIR -. OV BUNCUOVKET&THE MORNING OF THE Imder I3ta will A SMALL rewarded LIVE OAK will k* kept 4l n J. .* "aa tor ale, taken direct J CST RECEIVED.' : A HuKE LOT Of i'lli I 1
-l*
j lately delivered, said ; i Ue OOc o footule. MMlOSE who Ilk. tUf .ku-e jff.irdrcl bv* Oraulu*; '1 coiutrliHKUl | ., What ..Lor' Why Congm has m>udul..! sale wholesale by all the grpem .U New *.g. U..lee.I a J ftor ALL p.... bl"l L9 .,'..RaIloedLatda., A. F. SPILLER. X llavaaa will b* rouaVd L know that arliolt* ..sad bupni Pious. .: ,
u* Constitatiua. ; t.Ckarteatoa, jluulie, j'aD.New n kerttoturo |>arstaa April V. 17. 'J alcl may b bad a the l>ruj bears vf .. ,:
the
repudiated Executive and : sddeeastbisnd.relesudstuveLand Bacon and Lard, I
tor W. ck1.d.- 4' .;
repudiated the finl idea ,1 M. '
started, that the States 1..a.cw UWnol. LIVELY. : q
were in the Union.. They then repudiated the Dew of the Alps -GCL r c Agent\lLltK 1. G. I a C COOL AND HARD.BUI March 'M, 1W7. U Butler, t bear, Kin, : m
-6 toort repudiated U. ( B.UWtkalnow Fsb. 15, III?. itStolen WWIIEN BL'rrtH. always on lee, _. Crushed. Brown and& Sugar.; '
Received Ik NAILS. -
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.\nae Ilaellt, aD4 they Jula4 I irai fr.a.1 at the Part Exposition.of CBWM.alas,. ua ice, beat Engluk c... "* '.

the IIl ".", 'eIxmMrl&ctiui* btfl ud pudULIin In :De'w- the Alps OA KaVGS MoseS Hope Malls, "Powder cad ,. Ke, Furies a4 ..Dr. Hams. Bacon Sides. &c. t'"d.8"01. ..' 1';
the! bounty UU eommenoej ", ,"OIlng OU Pareswatosi Caps, kv A. SPILLER.AfrU I tc- .t' .MLJK. aretnandBlatkTea. -- ';
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.unal debt You see repudi pudial:1: :, "' 1 '"Hi U.f.d.r of the above cordial not eel, .ta87. at T.tlke. April'I.IW7. W Sl'UAK 4

Hrnce- nothing can save u* but greeta. ...b.__, tt .pnt..a.Pan ts.u. TO ALL WHO IE IJQIOR. F&l I' JTI- -AsguM a .\RJ O CLREUIl.&ean Stiles. IIUhj. c.I. B and Burvb,
*-:>r Insolvency U the stroog; point ia the' but were & bJ ti EI J.Dew WoUa's.Bckledsni Schnapps Is BAT YAiE.1 alt tuv k uait ..tall & ALE AND' PORTER M- Piii_ Rock and C.ul Potash,
Imrriraa character.Bi a..1 IM, same lea .Iwcli EVKETI AK slut, '. I ud.
of the Alps. known tba UHUfM of kind
HW, a pmcea only to I J alwat .
1 macafar.isred. Ho .k recollected teosethJ I. *uu .Barclay it ferkliu'Purto/ keul ua _. a
ta
Oqaor ever (
uopRMor For sal by all the Grocer said Fruit I. waa Threat at aboaJdon. of lb.rU. her and .0 n'r tkarg 4 F. hrIU.XM.AprUtiisiT. H the I Stores U Uw "' Drcc. A., tnlonaatkjai, *>y .. may k*> ,* 6 M4kcrei for sale by C t'ewl.CTu' .
wvs GIDIIGu.-FrwDnidcneebt--1 Tk __ .ll'.do.
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to lketkicfcoavictcd, .W bSijbersUr.st4.4..Os __ -- -. J.. 1 h4.Lbt. and Oy.eu,

New a\&Ieth&l.0rlea0I.1Iaa, reconsidered: lib deckamma u Brandy, Rum and Wines. ICE ICE kI-zi 1 W. "W,: Goshen Butter Lrd&0. :a119.. Ito!. & J.1IUl.UUU. .; AU_kinds (!Canoed Fruits, Jelllc, *e. ;
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u.e ol1ce! of BiJ opso flalterinsly tcndrred t JAaw- Cogue eaaeciallya TRIME (.&.Hi.ai 1LTt1 I> 45
lInbl the Ep.>aipalCunTeBtloBi/Ger>rfm. and to I' 0 J.Ip I HAVE MADE AlJGIET T rIL --- JUST RECEIVED.IriTE 1 Lard Pla* A""I t.. ,> ... Flour and Crackers. EverlUulntkf
banI dtstcrouaed the old Jamaica aad Croix BUB. haUled all oMen* tu .( "C t b o raised bJ 4. StILLER.IprtiOlctL 1 I
u accept .pud )Ii. B.lLbAOw at thsNosi.bu&wtl1rs.iu., la N.w "." casus BWr. Fort, 1 t. HtWfRf p LAXTS EXTR4FLOl'B Bakery Confectionery
*
Ork&,1s. Ii. too err .tirWU. LTIOKi. _.. LeI
Is tile Aoaunn ,.rrine hislLaorI ] aod' 04..tt bn &. wamatealpnra. a W.. U MTEULAprUtlesT7. l Oau fro** _e. .apcf ta* fl. ,.
? tgun during the Wmter, .T"1 ,. .ky t u>U-HO VjI.r I M kkl*. Llx* IkotkaMd White Corn Meal tt4 cvnatantly M kaad. A'l' ol which w* j
eater" & C.Ms.gS 1'hr slump a> tew t>* buusbt tki
BOOB the duties it Lie di. **e early w aJ. 10 Ib. sad i rr.
).fe h"l'.I.
eiero50i1 gpru WecongrnnUie tfceCburca 1..I W.U.. .--- $eap ,. Paitcid llsaaa. \ITJJITE COBS MEAL li-pt e a t atly on head (..IDO Rlr.1o bi : WNDOX.
(; e. .. A. F. SMLLER. 11 J
In eur.s U, sad beetles wiLl Uu peuwietosesass. I. .
I Itputa tAisgxaei_ jizg -.It. A'e =, w. on the kottte, cork a ktWL April M- ".tIV.l' 1.IU'41rU&1. ".1 15,'1: .3 t"IIUOffBU. .. JolytluM l vi TBBf





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-' Miscellaneous Advertisements.; 1 "SaTiU1Jl AdyertiBemcnts.: Now York Advertisements. ; :

\: A HOMEJOR SliOO" I GREGORY ARCHER, V City, THE FLORIDIAN


.I: ,! AFFLtOTEDREAD' THIS, CONTINUATION OF GO.OD& SCREVEN HOUSE,' JAMES ,POWELL, ,

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FORTE MAKER
(SnooeMon to Gregory, Delonert do.) PIANO ,

M. GujleU's ,Ratlle. M Bat ffoHitm 81 mf, Xev Fort, a short r: Vitae.
; 'Kayton'sOleum -11- I"Jre dNf. "IY

NO FAILURE TIllS TIME. ,

', 'PlltS grent; Urmnn "1"lmPIIII.n, I almost lnM -0- DRUGGISTS '\WHOLESALE. PIANOS of the all kinds celebrated. and price upright>, In-"'"_ _

-. 1. tibia for.
cure
"I''! buss nrtion.V .
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To Take Place in'Macon Oa
L Rhellm.II.III, July V, 117. .M-2m ___
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OCTOBER 15 1867.
SEMIWEEKLYTALLAHACHEE
Kheumntlr. -S
:".,' I (( I : I'utiislnhl.e & Co.
; Scott
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"
Garrett Young .
Brcaft
Biak, tn this chcme for ,
fh only object offering public
I 1-' Side or Joint, MY\ .....,. sell
patronage la prompted,a to my PLANTERS and other wishing to purch.se
. Tiiulhifhi, Real Estate all at once,or lose U la the attempt. I JL Goods by the piece or package to supply. their 'No, 33 Warrensnd 29 Murray Sti,'
t .., ;Xc-rron* ncu1Mhe.F.nrnpbp bare reduced the price of ticket In the reach of all, hands, will lad great bargains the way of SAVANNAH QEORGHA.rpniS ,
: |I'rnln', and bave placed everything on the IM at a fair,.1.
Brnllt-s, Pselllnits!; nation. ... NEW YORK, A1'
Cuts Insect Bites, 1 Domestic Dry Goods --

,, Burns, etc.Tbls Every Fourth Ticket Takes. a Prize I ; FIRST CLASS HOTEL bs been recently SUCCEWOIUI TO

(treat!; remedy 11"hllo In every house. For :He Price Wartli l>*. *.... ....5. 1 Hats X renovated and newlyfnrnbhed ftonth.O. .. < GARREH t CO.
tbe
In
t hor os t Ills remedy bus no equal.i unrivaled :ARCHIBALD YOUNG,
i AfttYor KIna I Oleum V ti'. Take no other.k .- All the PUIed Ware, Ac., we offer I. put down at McOINLT, Proprietor.. '

.",.,,\ lJxIree r..r ti.t the lowest retail price for such good.. Ton Hand A ,Boots and Shoes, March 12,'67. 50 I IPULASKI' OF ITB'W: TTOUK, rLORIISA '
chance of getting tbe bent .price on the list for .
t .SO.J..
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KAYTON'S MAGIC CURE ANDSPENCEK :
ONLY ONE DOLLAR! I Clothing, '. -

list AN ,EGYPTIAN REMEDY, I The price asked for ticket Is exceedingly small, HOUSE SCOTT & CO.

For the cnre ol sndilcn Couglis: and Coliln, AKtbma, In view of the gain I Ii prospect. If yon should miss Tobacco, &c., ,
,- .r Acid Stomncli, lloanbnrn., Sore Ihront Sea Slrkni the first, second! ot third prise, there tre many AT THE OLD STAND, J. .UTa

.. ,. -", (holer, Dlnrrhru, (rump, r.nd Pnlna In the others which are worth two hundred fold the AT- JOHNSON SQUARE, OF NEWARK .V.'
IIKayton's amount subscribed. I
for
!llom.rh.ttnt by Etpre ,
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Those who prefer tin adopt plan ordering I 't Manufacturers
ticket : When lbs amount they wish to Invest TALLAIIARSm Wit., 8AVANNAH, GEORGIA, Extensive
Pills
:;;: Dyspeptic I amounts to aa muck a* t* they can deposit the 'SCOTT POOLE & CO.'S ,.
wish to remit \In tb. band of .ome AlliDWUOLIfIItLE
Are ft sure und pUwsnl cure lor Dj ftiepuls, Bll- amount they
, loin Disorders Cniintlpntlnn, nnrl nil disorders of gentleman who will inform me of inch deposit,and W H, WILTBERGEB Prop'tr.Feb. '
>'"; the" Liver 8t tnat.li .and Ituwclii, and when token I will send him the tickets; rro"de4l.m acqualnl-i' llavt on Hand a fiJi Atiortment of May 7, 1807. 67. i DEALER Oldest Paper in the State I IDet

., J: reciiLirly. Kill ilennro I 1110 blood. Tbiso ore the ed with him, or he can !give me good references a* V 12,1867. t3-e.i*
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: to his honesty" Ac. lie can do Ibis by tending<< me _._ "
;>0" I gmtl Anil Billons I'lllo fver plnred before the V V / :M' \ Vaso. : rsMen's
the certificate of some county officer,with the county I HEIR & CRAIG
pnlillP. Sent,, liy' tnnil for :80\ tents |per box. V S
rT \ i Addrcps Kll' old,'" to the proprietor, or State seal Fresh ;I 4HDIR9ON. II. R. AKDCUOHOEO. ;
Drugs
W. AMDinSOX It. A. a. C01J. & Clothing
Prof. H. H KAY TON PRICE OF TICKETS COMMISSION MEROHANTSAND Boys' .r.it.V...: .,.. C
Jno. W Anderson's Sons & Co. r ,
$ c. SAVANNAH, oryttfJlA, WHKII ORDKRED BY MAIL On BXrRKft ] Medicines, c!. w. OARRERT, A. 8. SHAFER, .

A..A.8ALOMOXS A Co.,Sivnnnali, Oi, Wbole.a One Ticket,...........V:........ ............I 1 00 ETA-OTOriS. EBEN YOUNG A. L. BCOTT.J. 1
f aalo l'rollll..IIIHI A rnls for tbe file of the above Five.......,...........,................... 4 60 Chemicals >, GB.OCER.S SPENCER 8COTT, F. )I. GARReTT.June ; .
1 rcracdlis Ten...........h....................... .... 000Eleven. : 7, 1887. 76-lOm
I April :SO, I"07. li-I!: ,)' .... ...................... ............ 10 W General Commission and Forwarding _
I ... ... ... .. .... Paints THEIR FRIENDS AND rmln d k It 1
----- Twenty ... ..... .... ..... .. 1800 TOULD INFORM to m I. every respect!
I Fifty.......,................................ 44 00 VT the public, that they have opened their place ," '" MARVIN'S PATENTALUM
J EQUITABLELife '. o f business In the 1iIEROHA "TS,
Below will be found a list of the Prl_: 'V Oils, r ri '

J I Cotton Plaatatton,1900 acres, 115,000 00 V ttOHMOK MOtIlE' Dormer: DrssyloM: nTa nrjmm "<..-.... AND DRY PLASTER A RILIAilLK ..JOURNAL
Society
Assurance
1 Eight Room IlMte sod two sere lot And cell their attention to their choice and varied GEORGIA. ,
-0- In Griffin, V 4,000 00iIIOO Turpentine, lot of Groceries Canned Goods., Liquors,Ac. On SAVANNAH,
Acre Land In Vaeon county, 1,20000 hind a choice lot of -.- FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOFWarramted

Ass s$3OOOOOOOash.&t IMliw 1,000 00 Dye-Stuffb BELL on Coromlmlon, Cotton, Rice! Na W.nhAfl ...... BO piM or reasonable tlpea.e
'a WILL
-0- 100 ,. II It It 1,00000 600 00 Hum, Bacon and Lard, Store,Timber,Lumber, Estate! ,Pro to give the
dace and Merchandise .
MVIDESDS ANNUALLY, PAYADLR IX ( AIID.0 100 I. .. I.. 110O 00aoooo &.4.11"18.:
.1 Petroleum, Crushed, Brown and Coffee Sugar, And will do the business Receiving and Forwarding .
V 60M .. with despatch,to all American and Euro
"If any Hum prottdonnt 'lorbls own,nnd specially ) .. 30000) Green and Black Teu, pean Forts, on reasonable term. -0-
"
"
V for those of his 0'11 n bnnnn. he bath deified the follb. 50 l MO 00 FanCY' and The usual facilities offered Customers. ,LATEST NEWS

and Is worso tlmn nn Infidel." V 50 II 000 00 I Java, and Rio Coffee, Consignments and Orders solicited. the Beat !. the WorldU
1 Half Acre Lot and two room Home ,. 8.
16-tf
t IS SCUirrCHF! Tho tlrr-l and most ImJ.L So
rpllIS In Atlanta 'tIlt 00 Toilet Articles. _
I .. finrtint jirorlMnn I Is for tIe.oull) the next I. 1 Quarter Acre Lot and 1 room Home V Floor, Rice,.Syrup, --
l for)onr fimllv's; tenipnnil' wnnl And here tbe In Atlanta !MO 00 .
( Peached AUSTIN & ELLIS By I
Brandy Telegraph.MaUll
I4 qnltulilo: l.lln; AoMirancc Boilcly" Sen tberucntis. 1.1 Quarter Acre Lot In snbnrb of At- ; ,
: CORRODE THE IRON NEVER LOSE
IblsCiiiniinnylins: ; ;" F.eonnm'and, Security mute IIM 00 -- NEVER ,
j4.t I tn rceomniend, An nv the business% men of New! Iplndi4, site sett each Chin*.V MQOO Brandy, Whiskey Commission and Forwarding Fire Proof Qualities. Are the only Safe
York. Bus: tlio "I Insurant. Monitor end Wall StKitlcw liWoodroraconeord 00 filled with
itii-; :" "Next: to the''Mutunl Llfo'standsIbfEqiiltnbli I fine carat Watch laRlea225 eachl,850 IM 00 Gin, Ale, Porter, MERCHANTS AIM Report of Ltftdlng
eighteen ,
I : Awiiranre,'" of which tbe long list ol( Ladle7 IT la our Intention to always keep oar STOCK complete ,
5 enameled Watches, 'I lll each, II'la 00 Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. ALUM AND DRY PLASTER.
I i t. the tiiii't |iriiinltieiit' iiiiTcliunls Insured here I Ii'r Is\ 5" V 44 100 each &00 00 embracIng<< every. thing usually found at a Sect Cigars No. M ktajr HI.. Neavaweank, do. .

proof. Till fuel tun run hn\e established by railing 10 To Belt.*ll piece each, ,75 each, 790 00 class Drug Establishment. The Istllltles now offeredfor Mill different ics hand. ELLIS.
Sugar on THOMAS II. AUSTIN. CHARLES
v2r on. ll.-v. .1. K:. lu UOSK:,Agent,Tallnlinrsee.v" 10 -.r' 40 each 40000 Plcnee send or call for an Illustrated Catalogue.
American and
Itfr getting supplIes on abort notice, enables us tooffer Foreign Markets!
.A l'tIU. 1W. t7 << Late of Apalachlcola, 11.. and Columbus,Oa.
111I7.
.... I 9RO\ Fifty Picture Albums M each, 1, 00 Aug. 2. 01 MARVIN A CO.
--+- -- V Bone but fresh ankle*. W*buy Bone but the '
"II 10 Elaborate Ice Plte......|25 each, 1M0 00 Sept. 7, II111 103-1,
4 10 Cake Basket, heavy plated! ,115 each, Ito 00 beat,and only from reliable home Physicians and _. -0---

SOUTHERN t 10 Ladle.1 Work Boies,*.10 each, MO 00 others ire Invited' to eiamln..oar Stock,all of whichwe R. A. SHINE --- -- Principal Ware....... i Thereby keeping oar PAiONS potted on
i 30 salts doubi plated Caators, WO: each 000 00 evtrj
500 Gold Pen In oaae*. 3 50 each warrant. .New Orleans Advertisements. No. 265 Broadway New York. paint of Interest to this Section of Country.
ip 'Land and Immigration; 800 suits he*** plated Caatora, 8 00 each TALLAHASSEE, FLA., _

9000 heavy plated Fruit Knlvea, 9 00 earh .- .. No 721 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.
150 Butter m....*. 5 00 each .. I..poeT. A. M. HOBBY. ,
I OMP.ANY. 500 Chased Cup. .bvy plated, 9 00 each ATTEND\ TO ALL SALES' A AUCTION March 22,1801. M-l,
) 150 C.rd Stands, 6 00 each WILL receive and forward Good on Consign- POST & HOBBY _
I I'Tnts 1800 Butter Knives,B***}plated 1 SS to I 00 each JUST 'RECEIVED! men& ..-
100 seth IHnlng Fork, heavy pl.le4. 5 00 each The late partnership of akin* Splller having HENRY MOORE & GENUNG
I COMPANY Is orirenUed' aicrecsbly to Its 9000 Bleel Engraving, 1 SS sorb500.eIieT.sS been dissolved,b*baa removed his Store to General"Oommisaion Merchants, ,
1 00 web 'A LARGE LOT OF
; .. with the r..II..IIIK. .nicer! .-, .
'lllsEtccllinpy IAVIUVAI.KFIt: Prrs't 5110 aett Guld-Uned Bait Caatora, S 50 each "Gaffle's NEW ORLEANS LA. MANUFACTURERS: AND JOBBERS OF
Old Corner ,
00
1 each
V JAMES T. MAftBEK, Vice lIDO" Gobleta,
k I'rroldont ""d Bccrolary.P. MO Dessert Bpooo,, 5 00 each FRESH GARDEN SEED I M! Nov. 1'7,1865._ :90 CLOTHING
P. n. BUOKAW, Treasurer., -0Plan -- where at all time may b*found a supply' of the best I POLITICALLY.Pledged .

rt A. B. BTOKUI.AIR. Foreign AICell1.JEsn. of Raffle.A and freshest V I CAWifKT WABEIIOVAB. '

I T.JIRHNAIID, '' duplicate*_bet'for each ticket will\ be placedIn Call and...a CUlofBwlth Almanac wklch rive. .8 Cls.rtre. fit New Orlcmui.. ss. BrMsolwax, Now.Work, to BO political party wad to th* prosecution
,I KiiMrXD I). MoKse, Agent fur Kiwt Flnrldn.Will .. a round boll,.. casell pieces,card,aid seized full direction for p.tla., Groceries (orroura n. XICBOLA BOTBL.) of but appreciating
no denifM out
.MM I. TimtKK, Aipnl for tlOIllh* Fluridi.i Indiscriminately. The Irst number drawn lake the A. BROU48RAC CO., Importers. offer at low -'- party ,
.The Coiiipany Inxllrs pluntiTs and others hsvlnr preoent poHtlc *tatu*, w* ibjaU give I lirtnjr
Seat prise, the ccd th second prlM. Every V
I' I I.IAU.U. to dl5l'0fIe|> ff. dy' suld,, or lease communicate fourth ticket Uk...a pfU TIle drawing will V tabs. -.- which will b* noli a. tow n* can be purchased. at CAlfpEWNO-English and American of all kinds, JOB T. Hour, Ibr..rlyofS.ulsbery. B..". ud cordial rapport to the National Administration .
.4 at onto ", ,,l1u/l'.I.r/ ] rlco I per nero, locality, Improvernrnts pine In public...conducted by dllntreted men' S any ee&lIlIlall..D'We. dty.AUCTION Floor, Furniture and Enamel Oil Cloth Aux. T. Moon, I formerly with Henry, SiiukI
:. V V Ac. V V .....et oslb rkuId.. .... ...._ e.rt'....., MATTINO-/AM\ roll*Chin*, 100 iilecv, Coco I lILaC Gmma I Townsend. ud endeavor to promote, to the beet of our

4 Tlioy d>.ntn| Introducing LirE number of EuroJ For full description. of properly anti my references .' C.BBB>....... ''SALES WINDOW SHADES. TSble and Piano Covers.CRUMrWJUnHBDrnKet PHILLIP HIHIT,)L, formerly Henrys, Smith A ability, the welfare and interest of our suffering/
V penn fmmliirnnu during I the cninlnir full' and deslro; send for*c1reo..t.. k* tai I I. *o heavy I will Linen and Felt. Townsend.
V to locate them upon( the best possible terms. Part have only I one place to Mil ticket. CURTAINS-Lace Rrp7Worated Damssk etc. ROBIRT BomnB, of Geo.gia.MANIJFACTURE ;! country.
Vt lice Interesti-il In this ino\cniunt, upon the successol Dee. 18,1 M.. c EVERY SATURDAY.March FURNITURE CdVEkiNG-Linun and Cotton FOR THE
( which the fuinro welfare ol our 8111tll so linroly specii:1&1LTho. 81 ripe* eiC.CORNICUJ.a4. EXCLUSIVELY
4qV depends, are Imlttrt In communicate with toy menubrrsoftbelfciinpnnv. 1,1167. 48 [Sent. copy ., Pine,etc.

.. who wish. to buy Ilebsti In this$&l8Glai April M,IM7. ...1'_I SOUTHERN TRADE.LOW .
iOOKTHiSWAY.3AMS
Th Stork book unite Company now opennod, ,,
) E V n Plan eau do so a* follows i I will sell a one dolls*
.
$ .uh'l'rll'II"1... | .. are .ollclled from all ...bo desire SUMec ticket for lAy cent t If It draws a prise. torn pat! |'J TO THE MERCHANTSOP PRICED, taOWT, AHD DtntABM OOOM -
V \
lo our ntorprIae.btayl7lPtttl. for the prise or not lake. I& I will Mil a on*dollar. PERUVIAN BARK BITTERS. rOBTBIFREEDMEN. ..
70-tf ticket. for twenty-!**cent t It II draw a pris youiMy f ... V
d 14 for the ....... or not iak. It On* sdva.lasIn : I 0
:JUST'R'CEIVED 1 Inveetlna;In III wy I I. this t If yon should pay' CELEBRATED TONIC; A CERTAIN PREVENTIVE .
l.onl1'.IIt.' or Bfty ent for a ticket sod It should E. PURDY FOR FEVER AND AGUE. Also every variety of MEDIUM and Fran GOOD adapted .
k ? }fl.A' \'oIUSO EXTRACT! of all kinds for Ice' b* blank, yon' are otiS only so mnek I where** If It Florida and Georgia I -0- the BUT TBADB. THE LARGE
a ,:rr.lII.:1'. A. K. 8C1LLEK. was one dollar, yon would b*out My or evenly tar UeacrlplUe Catalogue with price,,lent by
NOW RECEIVING the KOUNS A BRO. SO Common 8L N. 0.
largest ,
r ApillU.lM.7.( Ml five cent more. IS GL. miUllI desired.NOT. .
0. 3!. GULLETT,Grime' Oa Stock ol loode, lu lila line ever 1101...*].Afrul Manu/acltinid by Dr. N. 19. laHfl. 19till Sept. t, '67.Smaliwood .
I 'CH APESi-BOOK HOUSE-IN brought to Tallahassee. II consists ofCents' Pen" Co., Wholesale' Drnirirlsls, l ICbartreBt., V _
I THE $OUTH. A UIII, 1807. 91NEW IlTt WILL BELL AT WHOLESALE all article New Orleans. ((41'1115, '67.. 68-ly AIfD'IncreaSing
..- V ,.'4.- I VT I. fancy and Domestic. Dry Goods, it
1 New York COST for .. ---
and Ladies' Saddles thirty dsy* ; Hodgkiss & Co.
BLELOCK &: CO., ,
OCR
STOCK or
L BOOKS! Notice. S

k.V WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS of every kind and quality, Bleached 'and Brown Shirtings COTTON FACTORS' Circulation


kt. -AID! V FOIl HALE ay Single aad Doubl Buggy llarneaa, la very heavy.. Call and examine our price before In ll Dint 'u.' LID
decide to North to make net Court of the S. for
yon ro your purchase Commission
STATIONERS, C. DREW, Jaokaonville Fla.' i Two Foar and Sic Mule Wagon, Hsrnes*, No Good sold on Credit the' A'orthtrn Dittrict of,Florida.In ., General Merchants, or not ,
,
V McKICBIN: ALLEN. N.. If Bearer.(., New York.
I ill. CUBUl Nlrrrl, ew OrlruBt. La. _. Cart med Dray Harness, Feb. U. 1887. 43-ly -
I V-__,-o_ the matter of the AkbMU A Florida Railroad --

Dealers DAYS OF A KINO-An Ilbtoru Riding Bridles and Msrtlnffules!: Company" by whIch conpaly petition for adjudication J. L. SMALLWOOD, formerly SmsBwood,, Earl.A
Supplied at Lowest Rates. LAST GEORGE W. SCOTT CO. of bankruptcy was filed on the thirtieth Co. and I. L. amallwood Co. N. T. FLORIDIAN

t Bend your addreaa" for our Catalogue of Bcboo l Romano, tranalatod from the Oer Fin. Eagllsh. Leather Bridle' end Menl.pI-. I & day of July, A. D. 1W7! In.aid. court-In Bank. TI10S. H. HOOO1t,Georgia UuHodgkU" *. ,
I Mlnrvllnneous flooks.ik man of Monte Hartman,by Jbfory S.N lu. ruptcy.THIS' G. W. SCOTT, Florida, f I Scott A Co. New
M. 17. la 67. /O1'wAttaohment round aoil tat, COTTON FACTORS D. U. POOLE:,Georgia. p(fork.WE .
Is :
to give notice that 0* the seventh day of
It treats of tbs closing _... of th.lift of th* Should commend toKmbaatuod otbeN 'liiiREST
V V Lao A. D. leG!! a warrant In Bankruptcy It a
unfortnat Joachim
Marat of Tb.lal. .
King Maple
Notice.Mi of bl. tragic dea&b"00 well known to our Plow,Cart." Stage Bridles, wail .Usued airalnu the tend and.tenement, Roods are prepared,through resident. Agents,to
i readers to ..oed.reference to lbs nova! for th.de- COMMISSION MERCHANTS and elialiels, righta,credit and dIIe&a.and likewisethe .on and sell Cotton In all the Southern
Chain, Laalherand Hemp Ilsllert. franihiM of th. Alabama. & Florida\ Railroad
lalls. But all the scene ar* powerfully worked"" up.; Fort,or forward from the* Port to Mew Tor%or

    ; ( cult Court.-'fa Full: TrtnA,2>. 18117:. great Marshal Colonna family',Ik*liiMsamrti el tk*....n.. Wagon,- leggy.and BtsK: Whips, Ian aortm tjRUkaf -.- said State of the and State In of the Florid district and aforesaid doing, which business said In LIVERPOOL DIRECT
    uat of all eomblno to render lbs -
    4 James E. I'urdy )) ,Assuuipslt. work attractive bv France.'th*vivid ortrnfal they receiveIn Whip' ,large assortment, OEO. W. SCOTT:,Florida.\ I T.II. IIODGKI88.N T. corporation bin been ftIij....... bankrupt on Its own a*our Mends may prefer. Our connection In UTerpoolare .
    vs. )} sitnvliiiieiit. Sum sworn It.pa('"."-I'IuI. R.ea4a .JowM1.( : J.L.IMA1.LWuuD.N. YID.IL 1 POOLE N. T. petition. That lb. payment of any debt and tb* such as will gtv our customer all th* they ran ponalbly tBiplor.TKKkU .
    V I ) : V -- delivery of any .balooftaff to aald. 4vniage" of that market. Apply to I
    I William U. M. I.nl. In tll1.7I.l00. 1 he work Will bs mailed M order em rvrtlplof Buggy, Flow sad Team Collars, of every dcrlpUon property corporation
    any
    ADVANCE: ON AND SHIP to the tb olseMi for
    ? V NOTICE oftbo luilltutluu. of this suit by attach-; 13.00.A: : WILL Liverpool Mew York, New Orleans COTTON or la.vannak. the use of said corporation corporation or and* th. transfer tbcrvol of lb. 0.W SCOTT &; GO Tallahassee.July .
    \ la hereby toven and the defendant cud the present supply may be nhnutltd. t Mw franchise or of any proper4 by the sold corporation, ,
    all other persons luti.rfted are required to appeal. supply will b* ordered. Its 13,18C6. 87
    8tf oBcers of them for
    corporstors
    July 1"1 or ,or are
    any
    ",,,,1 I cud plead to the docliirullnn. Oh'dlu this rase.; Plow,Cart..ellI&... flames, bidden by Isw. V -
    LOf.XLlL
    BUVAN
    I -0- That% meeting of the creditor of the said Ala. ---
    t Clerk Leon Circuit Court. Cart Saddles, 'MYKRS GORMAN bin A Florida Railroad c..,..,.,t. prove their
    l Ip,... We.lcult, riiilnllirs'' Ally's.July EARLE CUNNINGHAM& CO.
    souaudioebuosa noroaaaUruee of the
    on* oa *
    b7hnwTax : XENV AMEUIOA-By I WHiiaM
    Itf, 1WI7., lltJk
    1' : : addl* Pads, Rug and Cloths. DKALKBH IN estate. property' and franchIse aforesaid, will be heldat
    i if writ JHxon,Editor of the "Alheneuru a Court of Bankruptcy,to b* bolden In the courtroom COTTON FACTORS

    anti author of The holy Land." CunyCMBb*, Man tombs, lion Brush, Ac., out,. t'ulte"l State* District Court at P nsa- ,
    Sale.BY
    ) ; Hatches Clocks Jewelry Silrer and cilia In the di.lri.t aforesaid befur T. W.Oburue, AKDCommission .OF .VRSCRIwrIoN: I
    f ")lr. Dixon b... ritten tbovgktfuDyand\ wall'; All of which will be sold si a reasonable. proflt.by Rwitier/ ontbe:\ibd y ofSeMamb rvA. D. IbOI, :
    virtue of the authority vested lu mo by law, and w. ran recall no pravlouj. book on American] at UocliKkM.; [ Merchants .
    f I *M, sill, ou Wednesday the Will: AnffUt. travel which dwell so fully on tkw* much teied JAMES E. PWDT. :PLATED WARE:, FINE GUNS, ALEX. MAGRUDER. < One year............................/v$ WSU

    V Imi7, for lbs buile,C'uunly and Itullroad Tsse du. suhjocls."-London HMM '' i I' 8.Marshal Nor. Dlst of Florida. .... 74 WALL HTBEKT. month*.........,,................. 8 "

    41 thereon, fur ib. tear l TaIjbi.se> ui (llie fullovlng/ Town Lot. ..8o trsugt.I with InilrnctloB ** well a* auiua. March 14, 156?. 53-tf Table and Pocket Cutlery and by 8. L. TIBBITTS. -.- Tone BtoattM ..... wW
    c4. sll uat td, lu Ito cit)' of tie i Deputy U. S M. ....... ........ .
    ment 10 be esxerlv cad Jowls IL LJ
    I" Lots M and &7. uM Hum. Aw..1LJiM"( aotujhl appnclaled.. by all V I FANCY GOODaff D. Y. UOOllQ '." MclrroMs,Attorney for LII.formerly of Smallwood.Earl A Co.
    thinking Zbbi. JAMI B.ev..tJllia.lI
    V 1.111. No. : 111 cud SIold Plan.
    WIT 1JOII.IltK', 810 : CARRIAGE MAKERS .petitioner la advanrr
    To he IOld fur the tues due Ibcreun for ISO! ,a* Tk book couulns Illiistrallon from original pht..raph. .' ff and Clock repaired and warranted. Aog 9,1M.7. oa.,4 TBO. J. Plums,formerly of SmaUwood,Earl.A 8ubiniptw..lDnrillbl1 Cila
    afurctjld .. Is prlnlwl a. tinted and undlai flAIl HMD Rims. Hub. Spokes, Shafts, Beat bS-tf .: Co. and J. L. guullwood Co.
    U July MHOS.
    I L. C. DEMILLT .1tra cloth. PrIce t3(UtI. Mailed anti poatag pre : \l Bllcka, Patent and Eoauieled Leather of every -.-
    couul '. on rerulpl of IJ.M kink Damaak fur Llulng and Enameled Cloth' of V
    It: fa t'olliTtor Leon paId
    ; V May SS, 117 TU-Siuv ) I .U kind.. Carrlags Bolt of every lae, TO THE: HAVING LONG EXPERIENCE: IN THE SALE OF
    .1rtRDf'a. M. a ELKIN'SLivery
    .f : .
    V- Notice.ALL -0- March IS,1M7.Notice 14-If Boys and Girls of the South. Cotton and other Southern Produce, -
    :
    and Sale Stable
    I' persona bali (lalnis nir>lu>t Ibee.l.leof A Key !. Site ....tw... Act. to Shoe Makers we reapecUully solicit consignment and. ere pro-
    f pared to nuke advances for
    jV I... AiinaK.-IliiT. d,.'',1.I..te of Leon county, j which apply&0TUUM.
    I are novlfied to .re.coi the niiic, properly autbeutlealfd THE BANKKUIT ACT-Printed (ron\ CALF 1X1X8. Vpper and. Bole Leather Lining AT HIS OLD STAND below Rawla' shop, *v _.a.V a. PERKINS V; CO.,
    B IIblu the lime prrsrrllied\ I hy luw or they the official copy, annotated, digested and ..Bbo Pta, )'alla. Wai and tasta,are all where can .b* .found Hone and Buggy Jt t?
    r' t will be barred ; aud all\ iuu.. ludcbud will III.... with ioua for the to b. had at PUKDT'8.MVVblI.IS7.V ....... or Baddl Borsw at all lime. 11. b. jiul THE VCKUSUER3 OFBURKE'8 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.July .
    patnuut liuuied.uli.lj.: provided a ro|> index M-tf. returned froa Kentucky'and reestablished. his \able THE JOB OFFICE.
    KICIUKU SACXUFRS. .say and convenient reference of tha \( and eon8deotly expects lb.liberal patronage of WEEKLY 16, 1366. 88-ly

    Sheriff uud n olIU-lo Aduilulstrator. urofesaion Md buaineaa nuoaize aad CARRIAGES of every dccrip old Mrnda a*In day gone by.
    V legal
    .'f July 19, 167. 1>7-)tw men. by .5p Uo.,at rt'RDT'BMarcHMMT. Jan I. *T. 81-1, FOR BOYS ASP GIRLS, a.. .C....GOODVVIX. A. 8. WOODS.
    t ,, f?. Morgan KUtridy, of the l'biladeiI'hia Carriage Ropoel'or .......... .........
    -
    I'' l\"t tioe.t liar. 55-u are not only determined to get np the handsomestand Goodwin JL Woods I Having compleu outfit,we art prepared 'W*'
    ., j P. B. BROKAWS best Juvenile paper In America, but to put Ike
    JT.POtlOI'bavlne china against the e.ut* of la paper mailed oa. rwdpl of 11.00 I. ,*olh, price so low thai, every boy and girl in the south canafford DBAUM IB
    'tt A. Mr*. tiunb. Oliver dac'd. Ui. of ....00 county', mailed. on receipt. of IL6UAHIMAN Yeast Powders Mustard &c. to rabaerib. for ft. Bat w. want them la
    t are nolldrd to |>rcs.-nl the same, proferly' aulhihlicaled LIVERY AND. SALE I work for us aud aced In PAPER AND PAPER STOCK ALL KINDS OF
    j i vlthln the lime pn'Srrllnd .by Ijw.orlhey ,
    I. ij' will be barred; and all thuse ludiblcd will make: o YEAST POWDERS, HUNDREDS, OF SUBSCRIBERS'! X.. SI a.. .... hctwecti N..oa. mad

    Immediate .puyutcut.BICIIARIt 8AUNDER8, REZON and Free Maaon'sOuiJe$2 Mustard.Swesi 011 IE STABLES.TALLAIIASSZL : and offer'.th order. following that. they may be paid for doing to, we WIUlu* .........

    ? 'SborlIsu4caottIctoAdutlnhtrator. ; mailed for '2.U. RaUin, FLUHIUAOAKRIAOE3 NE"W YOBX. Plain and FancyPRINTINC.
    V :.i July 19. M)7.) bf-Mw Caadv -&L.O- TalMhle Pn-l..... ..

    V Kata, For M w*will send three eople. of the ,
    Notioe-: Pick!*., LNKaa BCOOIE8, WAGONS AND. II A E- amo'*.r.sod bouk4 '""* our caulo tt Weekly' th. Writing, Printing and Manilla Fapen. .
    for aale. [Nov.T.ltbi 17
    ,
    JaUles
    person Indutled to tbe eatle of Jtsae A. of$1. ?I"ylS_ n-&,
    \LL CROSS' MASONIC CHART $2.50! Spice of all kind and Fur'10.. wIll seed .
    ,I L i & 1U U Leon eouuly. deceased are r.I *- FlavortaRZztmrtabfurul. h.copIes oftlle Weeky and
    I qUl'tihdlO uiuke. iniuedlul" luiyuioul lo the under mailed for IJ.75.RECOLLECTIONS. by boOka. 10 lbs value of Si::141. L L. 11ICB. 1OIU DUBAM.
    L signed; and Iboaa having ckuros\ airoJrut said catch'* March 19. 1867. 134ea HENRY HICKS bJoKtfth77.lS.Tf: I.. op"f"lh. Weekly and .. .
    will Ibero. duly auibenilcalrd. .llblu Iwo V ....
    pnsent
    l year*from IhU' dale or Ihry wiU .b.. l barred Starch &c. TO DO ALL EISPS OF Won Fur 5-40 .. WIU send twenty eopl".o/lbe. Weekly! H. L BITCH & 00.
    '1 MART A. ODL:M[, Adw'a.Ju1,1 Soap COS-TIM'ES lad books in the value 01'ito.:

    Uti!. ba-oiw: OF HENRY WAT. V For f.jO w. .W 8804 l5OlyV5y. eopl.. of the COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
    I SOAP ..... Weekly *1.
    I -- --- M1acka.IrkI.g ... and books 10 Ike r.la.or$17.50.

    t V Notice.ALL and KISS E-Governor ALLEN Brig.of Louisiana Gen. C.-S.Hy Army
    t I persons bavin, claim (gainst lb. estate of A Price 13 mailed lj.85. UuJlee, U. public generally cad sIWSI I* thsir orders_ p Forw.wtfls.4 Iony ooplee of tb. KEWTORK.JOHN .
    I .. E. Msaon,deceased,UK of Leon euunl,v, Dortty. ; Cooking Soda.Washing. la anaI iLk ,I and boo 1 10 the ala. of Weekly D
    prom( **and du their work a superior
    are notltted lo urewut lb.same dal'.albeol..I. r. OIT him calL of the DENHAM & CO.
    law they mill b. a .lV&cDPIe Weekly We tav.lately added a
    I wlihln the time prescribed by or $.tcheI. J... I\ 1M7. U'' and books to thevalus
    bvred ; and all lbo.indebted. will wak* pa)'menl ,Ma no'" Blacking .tor, IIM w* will aond .eeeaty-lv. MOXTICELLO. FLORIDA.

    V Immediately.CnttlSTIS'A W MASON Adut'x.JuIy2,7M7. JOHN M. nom on the War-Mailed For aale by K. BRADFORD J*. I W erklv sod. book to lbs rain t>f t tk copies of the N..,. 16. laid. lIly I
    March llJ 18 7. 63-: For IM)w. will send o** hundred.
    m
    conic\ of the
    .
    fur I2.SO.MARGARET.
    b4btwc CITY BAKERYAXD Weekly, cad. "books to U* Vila of UOiX RULING MACHINE
    V V Th.books la our eaulogu are soacttd from-th* MILLS' HOUSE I
    c '
    best
    Notice. and Tobacco. IRIs ofjuvcujj. Booii
    Liquors ubluhid In this con.try .-
    ,sod
    V .ill.be 1\aral.he4\ ,
    to
    persons Indebted to the entat* of Rlgdon pescouo Allbecriben., !
    CONFECTIONERY.MUNRO eatalcgu.jtirea,
    I ALL Ul. uf Leon county dred. ar* r*. MAITL ND.-A new and BRANDT. Smack au OI'pur\lIull free to 81_fur poelap oe IftIjrbL Corner Meeting and Queen Etc. w
    t auwted to Dink paymrol to tb. uod uy attorney' Henry L btewarl at Juper. Us., sod ( .Ale f* The money' mast la all casea CHABLKSTOX kind of Ruling required JOCk wBlaalc
    Mailedfoc$2. the order : .. C. any
    accoapeiy
    3 (bos* havinif demands aigilnat the etat*Ul present Puclir CO.f *>r th* ,but .
    paper name be
    IF them to nj.eUors* he office of i b.udne of Pro.J Chewing Tobacco MAICE & cu sew forward.. Stat
    i as
    received and
    wllbla lbtln .rrseribrd. -0- IlIeJ.are when the 4ai la completed! -0---
    I balsfur LOB county | by asokia( Tobacco NOW AMPLE TACIUTIES FOR hluu- .
    r Jaw or tbl ",,!.We.iII be idMtd in .bar of their r*> BERLIN AND SAN SOUCI: sod Can. HAVE. \ e ery article paruiniaf M that most entitled. tbepreco.wicwt. &lI. pen, .. _eska. Bill ...... V*.. r-
    ;,. JOdEPII JoL TL'TEN: :: Adiu'r.i4 Foraalaby E. BUOro&I\JL nxual ..... ... TW8t'D.LUOWlf HOTEL baa. .lust Mea
    eo r, and nonaaary brue of -. la adJi- Caul c*. iU h*sent fill lappRestlo.. ___ k".
    8
    THE MERCHANT OF BERLIN reCited mad < .CaII
    1 Kt-tkw and
    AII .II. 186'1. V ; March I.. 1S67._tt-tm Ito., wa will at all unu eavienvor to keep eouuatlyW AU orders lo be s4dVreaes4 l. and .U now ready fur tk. aeeomaiodaUoB re luruJabe4"thisJterehaau per I

    Both belg lat. IraBakUto. ot U* teUreallag 0 haadPseaUp J. W. BOlE A co.. traydIuc psbbe. ."068 ta ... of
    Notice. work of Mr. Mkiback.wklch an BOW batiu Shot Nails &c. "_n-.(%.be. WrwMs,.....u. ,. hblitb-. M&coGm.V IOIirit eL patrusag .pee&Iu1I,
    V ; f UONTUflerd.4e I will present my end each a.14.aaU. H.W: BwiM$ .a ."_ ........ .a4 ....... .e. July 5.im. j.1 vUUw the ell, in -. la any arrb doirad; ud alas prtoled to *f

    c SIX II aU and .voucher a* admiuUtratrix of th. -0-. SHOT. are MlUof oar KEADTJ1ADE CLOTHING Every ae.uasdatio will lie sSu.rdJtbem. U *
    deceased lal.of Leo. eouaajTw !FOWDEK ".,.. w Hoc manBcr ad *t u Low Rates M caa
    V of F. L. Wardoa dalaBykcj rU FLOUR.FLOCR. CooIetI..al..,. I. 10 _. .
    )
    Mailwd to
    FLORIDA tZ1ea4to .
    NEW MAP OF at coeveyeOtii1ur.tr.esta. w.
    and* ask Cap: )lalla, thai branch of --. peiJ
    j lb.JudV of rroboM of said county, Eiin to... "- w Dt>&eL anywhere Ia gte&at. Ztpedal; atwmtioB
    e VJ SO b. djecharll'.d. S 1.25.Jsi,9,07.. Crucksog. aed We04. W... ...... by IA. G4LLU.I. walttec BOUotly lIar< for*ctUMiaela PLASM Flonr Fapcrta Ftomr, .:! ...-ieee &0.0 all te
    eariadaad kr sa1.. ... kJa
    f fiOJtlDA A- F. WARDEN Admz.Ii. I U L IlJU.Ilro&D, Ji, of oU and .._ account. 'JI .... power
    AV..
    .FiJ-I.' MIIJW SLIrCblS'S7. I-4a Apnl 1ft. 17. M AJIrU .. fP1LLIL 'WT.JO 1' FCRCELL. Pvoprt.to
    Much U. BOOI AND PAMPHLET l'BII'fIIG.

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