The Semi-weekly Floridian
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Title: The Semi-weekly Floridian
Portion of title: Semi weekly Floridian
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Dyke & Sparhawk
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1867
Publication Date: -1867
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1865?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 5, 1867).
General Note: Description based on: New ser. v. 1, no. 5 (Sept. 26, 1865).
General Note: "Democratic."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & journal
Succeeded by: Weekly Floridian

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=-- BEK MASON, an officer In the United State! (From the Xntlonal Baptist, (ThlUdclphU.) Selected Poetry City Adi 3rtisements, : City Advertisements. Miscellaneous. -

; a(ribian. Nay, In a letter dated at New Orleans, says: AM i\planatloM seeded i
etmi-'ttkl! ten thousand dollars have bron to -
In Only given I
"Thrt he knowl Snrratt wa not \Vftslilngto .
the National (Baptist,)whil ('PRU.: l- M. 84 ELKIN I
at ttt> time of Lincoln's assassination ; Hint I he twenty-fire IholSnldollln Theologlcallosttut h.v been given Ii 0 t STORE NEW QOQ .S.

= R.pebr .f ... has lie? best evidence that'WHks Booth I Is nil Howard t University a colors *ha hung the cage at the .Indntr, \:U0TLbNEEII: .
T-. y, In a foreign country and hint John''B. Eaton a school of Washington by the Commissioner of "If he g h',"she .Id. ,

: Wens' of Booth and closely resembling him, wns< the Krecilmcn's Bureau, out of the large fund of tt.will mr robin .ln lnl. T.ttTAflAEE,'nomn.'VILt. .\, '
over one hundred tliousand this mane And when be lithe his head _1- For &Summer of 67Pratorius
killed Instead of Booth." being the unclaimed dollnr of d<) here to tow, .attend to sit btlm- *In Mt line rllm.'d Spring
bounty I.bl b.IUI.
lonnd at his'tnhlo,hclo
--. I know. hit Can "
ceased colored soldiers from Virginia and Nort And be will bow\too tr. _
New York Natlot Ruitis 5huo.
TIHKLT WARHUJO.-The Carolina. '
The robin a Iow-.wwt J.in. 1 1tti T. 8tly '
ultra Radical paper, warns the colored people or Now, a very large proportion of the ,colored The fonnn tang Sian relied his fang head I; NEW GOODSAXD -.-
---- the South and especially those of Virginia people or (theBe Stle! are Baptista, while such I Ipcrvou 1 The maiden

p ..u AiaIl VAiWT at1L'mQ.0 agalrol the suicidal policy of bAnding themslvc be found as 1 the Conggtlonnls' can barlly "1 J'o.nl fbel,"o.Irl1 lid, bln.hl- JESSE T (BERNARD, I II I N D

eonpetent"Ruler to work oar Ho be kept in a constant rmen'" by a few whit Rio Grande.frm Why not l\l\ibutelhls money 1 In And wont\mbrld..lnl In tilk I ATTORNEY AT LAW & Clark
Ting secured a them for their to the A rlok.eye rbbi! .hle 8 milk ,
to lo men who are using own prof proportion A.U I
Bt-i mo Micsirt,we are prepare and tdrantage. And it tells them to remcmbc among the colored people, and In proportion to The young mtn loitered ilonly I NEW PRICES I! TAILORS

All '!.*. .r *.!!.. succeed for the work done for them of which the Inslltut 1Ihe hon.three tm.lhol di y. : Solicitor-..ii,, Chancery, MERCHANT: ,

required,from the smallest note jape r that whilst this game may year or stands first in the countr' I this dlecrhnlnaton tok her bird th.hll.,. TALLAHASSEE, }'l.tPErii .\.
be recoil those who
in the end
Ihal may Lis?. two,I' must upon are made because the I Congrga- 11 Ho ned net took this. y," BAHK. AND DEALERS 19I
to the largest filleR playing It i for, says the Nation, "there I Is scnrcci tlonalistt She Mt >t hocpUno ovsu _1- I

BILL,HIADI or ruled printed without and printing.ruled In anystylj required I a State except 8or.'i Carolina which can 1x con. I wl be difcult says the A'atianal Inhlliyetrtr -. And ilRhvd aid lonl.death Md tnug July St, 1SD7. (88-ly! __ J Rcady-Mado Clothing & Gent'lt'ItIft4Ill'UA

trolled the colored vote alone for more thai to afford any satlsfacU done die mid,
Rut when
for to the FwalDu.x by the day was
orders : (
ruling rg
Send your ., WM.
two or three "' Certainly Virginia Is not on ry explanation of this transaction. The fund it'luded I wl.h thai he would tome t S/ sell 1.:01'INU alY ; half dlnpowd to boy. OO"M

owes._ __ I of that class. The white voters will constitut to was one intended tn pay blnllc Ac. 1'm.'lnhr. Mtrj, I ho tells" ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Subscriber will obsenrs Iks Cross t4)) Xatkoi to colored Alt of it yU claimct To-nluht,I m not at home.. ---.s.0---
a majority whenever they choose to act together; may b .
lohten hen he the flf FLA.
which represents thai ttetr Una ef snbscrlp 8. ..nt-I. ;- TALLAHASSEE, ,
their paper will Increase lar ) and the w ill have to satisfy (the e .1. ,
baa expired and roTera tkenserfcs accordlUEty. and they probably more rapid She Cut him In b'rnl. -0- Jss kGe1sI ARE NOW KFCEIVINO CLOTHISd and
lion A H mark after the naas 1\gI1I that that II thehup than the others. Immigration will soon flow claims. Even if the chief of the Freellmrn'l Thry lang) tngutlter, WE, 'IIUrln II" 'unllhlolt.U.odl, snltabl for
lallooK attention to buMnci
per.. ____ that direction and this of course, 'will be excln' Bureau had technically any right whatever to ute Tholr lore newt .onl.ilh-Md; \\riLI V> cciiiiircliMl* give prompt nllli hit prnlt'Mlon.lionni any time le"'on.

Atrertliemenu$ not marked with the Binbere lively white,and in a great part unfriendly tithe any portion of this 'fund for these purpose, I I The robin woke t4rOlltro In hut of( the Clerk of f the Siprrtua ALSO A FULL 8UTLY OF.Black. .
( This Is the or hardly bo doubted that ho has wllha And sang ont clear And 4d. C'nnrt Mlle t'niiltol.
will he Inserte4 aatU*tbtd. colored people. warning not can Ilplellll CLOTHING
limes "Now ," the raid "lit later' July IU), 11. !rtllyMcQueen traeresTVntlnfr
sectarian partiality that admits of 'c.- go Molly ; Blno and ('nlnr ,1 Clothe nnd CR
Hem 'eln
rebels scceshlts but of warm dovoted n -
a -
And tollocd him to lock II*rsl'! *. BI.cknth IVEto, Black and Brown
to the Radical party and the power of the colored Not only the Bnptlcts, but the, Methodists ani 811k Mixture* Fuinry Hprliiir t.'IIIl.lmees.
and the bad sure' Ho took the 1.Illllm hlr, Mcintosh Blue Flannel l White nnd Colored Nary
Advertising Ratesor race. Episcopalians I While "You shall not. ,tie Hid; Boots Rtul Show, Iliwii-ry fuul l1ndkf lur'ka and Urllllnirn,
.-. much right to a share of Its benefits as tho Con rlilofr Collnrs & Tics ( )
He closed bind o n, (Futiry' \
THISEMIWEEKLY How Foncios INVESTMENTS ARE DETERRED Krcgatlonallsts, or which denomination thllcln. And whllu.hi>r "Iblnll..,,. ATTORNEY AT LAW, lair nml Tooth ItritKlios 1 Kxtrnctnnnil wliU'h wo are prepared to inuUo up In the l>Mt manner

II TUB SOUTH.-The Nashville Rinner says Urn not bo found one la a hundrH among the cmnnclpnted Her will wan dlk'n Perfumery, Pipon Jb Cut- aud oa time most reasonable urnu.

FLORIDIAN Mr. McHaffoe, of London who was sent last of the South. Of blinding lore npon bis Ip*. pruvtlco In nnj nf hun Cnnrt wlioro hi. Itflta for
negroes WILL lory, Money (
,, ,. ire dotlrcd. |tf Olllee up stairs, t tM.irlnc II GIVE USA: CALL.
Winter as the agent of British capitalists report -* "4em.. next year,) 4hitlluull.

T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. upon the question of investments In the Mesicrstl Pope' .liii-y Oritrr. t1eaklnl of .negro UII"II")'," the Trlbiini. 1,1! 1111111.Mllch MWikinson l'buotgrniiue. March an, 18rt7. MW

one iqture((10 Klnloa lines,or teee)\aMr\loa.es 00 South made a tour observation through tin From Your the correspondent AtlauU InloIICc.] good JOlc I Grecley's pnpt-r sny i There ore 14,0(XI,,. ..,'.'Mrh Irtlnn *>ck.* .have brcn

One iiuare.i Insertions, .' ,' ,. .. 111' South as far as Houston,Texas, and on his roluri point upon General Pope's"Enquirer"onlor tonulilng 1,1.-jlrr 0 people in the t"I.; whereof at lens' Tho New Alntcli,, XdiioiiM too niimcrotii before the Arnerlcnn public for th.r. t eighteen(

One.qure,>Insertions .- sAnd 110 to Europe made so favorable a report i that thi but there Is a more serious difficulty. The n 8,000,000 are whiles Thc'ici is ample rom fo Cal LAW. to mention. IriclI down. 1 Everything 11 ''

ci thlt rate for lees. than eec month. One" month,01 parties London agreed to advance 1,000,000 Georgia prescribe how when ami by whom 80,000,000 more, nut. rrowiNliro flocking |In-l tho 1'1.BALE

more,atfoDowstl equal to near$7,000,000 of currency to be loaned Grand and Petit jurors shell 1 Iw drawn. Oen.Pop's ,. of them white. Kiirow: | 't nenMng us a TALLAHASSEE: VI JUIDA, OF THE

In Tennessee. This agent had reported this < order makes and the substitutes execution of these In pr thousand |>cr dny ntnl the .nth proffers then WILL nlluml, to rii"> In the Court of rorldl
impossible nothing Iu thi Ci'iirt' at and Provision Line
il l I I friends London that whatever might happen sta. Without a change in its terms, and it \Is\ cutup land,'I gcnlnl clinic, tnd employment fo1every ton City. Cliiliim. l111.lllah'l Cu "UI'rlnl.III receive prnmpailontliin. Grocer Fla. Atlantic & Gulf CentralBAILROAD. !
for that the courts cannot Now that .
.. a 2p to the other Southern States Tennessee wai fiI b heh. soil of Imlitetriiil rnl'ly. I 1 :HI
1 1807.!
18 O I '18 '"1 *2 5 !! reconstructed, and Investments in that State General Sickles to Issued him of Its similar defects order by,the judge| good harvest huts t,1, front famine Jai. always on 111,1.8Imp.on' ,

320 a IS Ula.IIIIII.III 11I,18 iG $4 M would be..re. The Banner says that a'gentle. representation operation until stub thna as !I and her reconstrnctinn is in "p"1JI'\ then .

4U .11I11I..11088' et rI !l mau was selected by the London parties to comi could ba made effectual. judgement fur mO Is no region on earth that Ihtul,1, RUralL many A. J. PEELER,- Liquors, -.-
5 8 It 15 18 III 4 III 1M. 1M 18 11 81 TO 10 5 100 104 OS lot to New York and their sell his drafts on London ney can be lawfully rendered, nor can any crimi. Immigrant Twenty yenni .'n!xhn will hart ATTOHNIOV I A'1 LAW. "'I.. Attnaulc A G.lt''('.*..r..iIlIIlIr..1
convicted with the Icuibliitku Alo l'.ittrr I Hultitm rphK
'r1118111111..1111111IN ) 114 110 wITS but befora nal lie lawfully ) of Uoplo whereof thi IC\'O'I 1'nutRtiol ,
the proceeds to be loaned in Tennessee, 80,000,000 I TALLAIUHSEE, L L'muimnjr b Tlnii tailed lo provide the
118'10..1.1tl' 11,0,0
and It
U extant, both civil military. war .t '.
n 11'11 811 TS III N CI IDS US inua 1 IU las MS welus)1I 24M IM inISS be sailed news reached England that,Coy now GeD Pop'lnlnUon to suppress the civil cour"l blacks probably numliorpnooflilO /0,000,' Office up Stairs over the State Bank. :(.htlflhulie. 'ViIM, e., .t Uluklnu Fund by,"an for art the to redemption provlds fur of and thi'lr neonrniro Boniln, a.re'llIlrell ailtwral .

88 11 US 14I4S 144 MtyM8 181IM tenor Brownlow bad called out the mlliia.< The has done tn, and 000. Unless all thiluwnihlrh Imvo bltherk JIID. 1, INn,17. ni-ly system of internal lrui! 118 = Its IM IM IT! leo ir? remain he a -' ," 6 1S15 nutlvu 1 II hereluygIven I
London capital thereupon called a meeting 1 unt pro.kO remedy. governed tho Increase of |ptl.iiliiii are snbver FRUIT lltU1T.Uteri approved Jununrj' ,
13, 35 1M 18 lot 111I 140 15S M Ut eat iii The advertiwrnuiitn, b ,, hut on Ibo I
14 87 18 III II* III 148 ISO I iStis 4 tit us which .decided detain their agent fbr further 1blng k'gl led, the whiten of the South ,numt l Inen-nsa fustn JAIIis: .'. IALlISEE,

18 15/ 41 as .,1Gt III 118IM IIfIfw I 117 "MlMt advices. The next advices were 'ha'the mill. likowl drectle I.mi'g' he no Iheri' than the blacks by nt loatt foir lo onu Not thai and at Law "1111'rl"I llh l)ny of Nrptrmher, lM*r,

IT 41 811. IASIU 180 1,1 iS 13 t- Mtae tarjr Reconstruction bill had passed Congress lies liIe of r.lllale by ihrm I AlminlMtrlol Irle. tbe blacks ,.1 full tn InrreniW nlsn, but (they an Attorney Counselor I Drit 'rvcl1Canned I will nflVr fur suul". at Lake City, Florida at publls J I
18. MO IB* : aui'llon to Ibo hlKue bidder, the
l4t! t 118 14* 14 m 8 i 7 and that Mr. Thad Stevens' confiscation bill bat ventlon meet may legalu In'r.thln of 'hi nowise recruited by Inniilgrnion antI rnnnnt !hue
to. llIIl.I'II I1CUSSII sort, or the Courts hereafter may sustain ,, SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Meats Pickles, Jellies -
IICb tin Eo. Atlantic & Gulf Central B. B
been made the order of the day for the accent Africa forth no volllt.ry Immigrants;
lit ISO wr 1 INft sll.
that Gen. 1 >f's i Ua
::1: MIM4 MIM upon the ground '| govern Omen) stuutra t ,In tuttle lluuk
61H 101 1ST 140IM 187IM 111 MOMO MSMS MOsleMs W $11 MO Tuesday In'December next. Another meeting men'd /.l.but the obstacle In the way .II e shave trado t 19 on Its l.a.tll'all no m-groes art ;I .u, I'MI up, 4.1 811.111. Milk, &o., &o. suit all Its propvrlf of every kind. Terms Cob.Purrlmwri .-

which decided that it- officers without had to this from kny r: How - -- lo pay r ir.lawI'
'4, MW 11M 141 1TO 18 Ms 141 17* MS $11 Ms SS was then called In London any Iuhlei having coming country Illnrt 1 '
W 108 140J 175 lOt Ms Ms M Ms Ml Ms from If lien. Hy order of the Board Truntucs of Ihe Internal
their old one taken Popdesires < of Muck.Iu .
.roIOpu' there funds under martial law. then Is possible tlmt lh.| M. McCormick. -
was ,
the laws of the I N. !> PAW. J. I I. \ aICO..R. Itnprorcmrnl Vend.-------
lend threatened with confication change 1'r\'IMlonal' this! should ovcrlrar the or .. .... HUGH A. COKLir. aleimiM.
The abort rates are oar Lowasr CASH Paicis.AdTettlsesseats nor to on security governments of Georgia, Alabama and! Floria country IOO 10 1807. Uft-tOa
tt Is thus that and enterprise an hn will have whites in the South, uilhltiu t millions on 'hut WESTCbtt AUK '
inacoompanled by the Cum will capital in such material matters, PAPY & April 19, O'JK1NDON
117._ The .!>..e Sole I. p..|a>.aic4 ....
not neeI'oll&Ullllif excluded, from the South, and will continue to vide a new code to suit his thanks, or the nmcblnery .- point of flocking thither ?'l -- tinimh ln.t.WetllV .

If the asoaej taolosed does not cover tke umber be, till the grip which,the party in power hal cannot b kept In motion. Any well In -ie ee.kFIRSTCLAra -- ATTORNEYS AT. LAW,, -
candid will so inform .. mud
lawyer TIBBITTS'URAlElI HrkledsiM nek > are
uf Insertions ordered It will be Inserted a less nnmhrr upon the throats of the people shall be relaxed fr.. power of Oem IVpo to make and enforce r"rM thu<' NronOn TAM.A1IASSKK: KLA.OrricK & ; all over the*world by the physician, In Ibelr practice I
train from Hiiffiilo the other day we ,
of times. and the good of the country be treated as mon any order ho may Iue, subject only to his the night .

So propositions wilt be entertained for pajment- Important 'than the continuance of destructlvi superior officer, Is ,but ho does not seem saw American a very wel.d..111 Iricutut ali. flwllnhlolooklnv deeu"nL" apply IN MUUNK I ; ii ir,1 Iln.I'I"' IN; Will be Sold

In anjrthlDi bat COMIT Momrr for stveflhIng.Ooo In to realize the magnitude of orders purporting cltln lie .March 1'IMT. 1SlfREALESnjj ,
politicians berth sleeping ur. was very !
power. a on -
or two copies only, of the paper will be sent .in._ merely be No 48, or sonic other nnmbr, or promptly refused the nml hnd, either U Goods Groceries DAYS ArTEH UATB, AT THE noT

to advertisers unless an especial- agreement- to lbs DigpATcmc FROM San Francisco give encouraging he would not so Imperfectly do his CONFEDERATE. stay behind or sit up Ilrlvll'b' Wliilo ho war AGENCY. I Dry, SIXTY:: the following arllcli, vl* I

contrary I* made.' accounts of the progress anc prospoct of the -. m- arguing his case, a white pf'nifcr, whom hi 1 COTTON
In solid matter ten llnrs with an arersge of gin Western end of the Great Pacific Railroad. It ANOTHER RADICAL LIB NAILED TO TUB COUNTKIU knew as an old-timo antI slavery mlvorntn\ all 81'1'.d / I Crockery, Wooden Ware,Cutlery,, CSAST1N08
words lo the line, or 00 words, make a square. up to the agent and said that at '. I I BOX ,
will be remembered that Congress granted tii. -The New York paper of tho lOUt no cane, must that negro ohh.il a berth adjncenl McINTOSH & OSBORN, CLASS-WARE

All contract advertiser wkose amount of ep.cettnd two principal Companies-the Union Pacific and !. affidavits from General Roger A. Pryor and Ibo to his. 101.wa do lo mrjio o al huts hut,, -11euler I WHEEL( I
length of lime are Used by above rates will be build their Hon. Wood In which they swcai argument about the prejudice, or Real Estate Brokers
the to ,
the Central Faoltto- rlgut
DOaln YANKEE NOTIONS &0. Marked Dr. IL 8. hell, lo 1 .m.lIl'arkalfe.marked
required to conlae their advertlalag strictly lo their color, or antiiKnnMin of nr lutiinrt i respective lines from opposite ends until theymeet that alfdaill of Dnam. Anscn, MattersonMcFall It rc beVe Bburniaa. To be old fur rrtlzbl and *."."*.
hatever mcrclj
uwn buelneas nnleai otber.It..uplltate4. or \ TAU.AIIABHKE, FLOHIDA .
r. B. I'APT,
and connect. The former having nearly and recently appeared| litho had, ix-currcd r
ilalo wish to remark that I the Incident' -0I -.- Oeu'l Freight Agent, f. A U. R.U
-.- crossed the level plains of Nebraska, Is rapIdly New York Timti Implicating themselves,. in !>mth Carolina,' ralrootlJrltIM have rpllla firm bavluc farmed extcnilve l.u.lnrn rvla, AUK 13, 146?. frt-td

NUBMCRIPTIOX: I approaching the outlying hills of the Rocky General Dick Taylor and others, In a conspiarcj been eompelello pay" 2.'i0.For .- 1. loalln II'I prluclpsl 1 cities of hue fulled Htnti'iU gUilT ItECKIVF.II, A CHOICE LOT OF PLIN -
Is false affidavits in relation to the release Ihll .luiinC fine which lien I Icklenon to place PUniallom, rnl11 C, and Fancjr consisting In ptrl on:w or TilE ALP.
I'er ': '. $5 00 Mountain range ;while the latter, It appears to procure 1111.r1 tro'o.lc. I
Annum the 17th of ( Impomtl Impuuntiuccuip'' I billie, City Properly and aU other. 1 e.lolnl.ealcl Wolfe sole fur the shove cordial
month I'dulpbo agent
.lt months, ; 8 00 making equally gratifying headway. During thii of Mr. Ditvlx, are absolutely and nneqnlvocally laic of Ito steamer U"jlieratiHC, on no In Florida, Alaucma and Ueorgla, UI"1 hue uiurkilto Bttraand Huprrflno Flour, nmnuftu'lurcd In Ocstv' *, Dwltsurland ; U used by all

three months 0 S 00 month! expected the hut and greatest of the tun false. count of .'IIC. he rful a cabin l"U lgrll Mi* Ihe bot potelblo advantage.tif Itapim Ibo crowned bead of Europe. ,

No subscription lakes for a shorter period than Dell on the Western link will be opened and (lit In noticing tho affidavit, of General.Pryor,the ""!lAn 11 Holllu. a 'pecblo fvmnlu .f roluir." omoo Iu:the MarIne Bank IU,1111(, ItlllS.I'D)1qUEf.N .1.1. Butter,aa.II.d.Cbvex.Itlie,

three months.TERMS. I. crossing of the dreaded Sierra Nevada Moun. Tribune rye lil-advUfd: friend of Mr. Holt 1. r. Time ... -- Jan. 1, ."AhINTO1- 81 Crunkrd, Ilruwn mil Collie legs, Pen. & Ga: R. R. Land Office, I
Home gives i
Lain be regularly made by the locomotive ink Washington correspondent several afildaviU A letter fr..m'Cbul ll N. C.sis'uuke| u'la recent L'ofloe Syrup| LIVE OAK.

the great Salt Lake Basin. This'achievement or; from people whom nobody knows, assailing purrhiuio 140,000 acres of Intuit In (1"111110 DENTISTRY.TAkLAIUHSEE (.rn'u and\ IIUi-k T. --- -

OF COURTS. hewing and blasting a path"abreugh prlmeval !. General Dick Taylor of the Confederate army. New York whlrb conti'mpl.iim' en \ LLpertuus tiLing to purebsee knllro..ud., !
a company, Starch
by and
Pryor of the Cotifudersearmy Gandhili'uah'. those heretofore linrrhued '
granite barriers although all included with and General lInger A j\ or make payments on
--0- mlla and Mr. Benjamin Wood of Ibis city ai gaging cxthiifclvcly In grue lug wool, and mliU;; I Hock and Cunnod Potash, will (ilouo address the undemlgned at Lire
Is than
CIBCITT COLT.WE4TZJtX in 180 miles equivalent more guilty of subornation to Mr. Wood There are Immense bodies of Rue luudn, in tin : P.P. LEWIS Duk. WALTER (1WYNN, p
ordinary railroad, tn cost and resistance over may speak for himself. perur. like hU Pahui'tto which might be IjoiiKlit. up on reu |.|ittnrei>riill klmtt, Land Agent 1', O. it. R. \o. .

of have been but will do him the of ,tlt tppmpriniol lien1, | | oiid, Chsr'slngTobact'o, reb. 15, 1MBT. '44 I IW..n.
JUDICIAL Cimcurri:-Sraraa,TKRMS. come. Upwards 130,000,000 ex course, "e justice bele. sonablu similarly : TALLAhASSEE, FLORIDA, t'Igur.,II"LII --
in the .which includes huw. ing that these storii-s are falta. Because are but few who ate tin)fIling to divide iud $ intl.sled ,
Walton couaty,Ut Tuesday alter let Monday pended enterprise 1'lllhulen A88K1ATKD with bin H.irUliu l.iihi.I.'rs O.ln. UroilmteBB strhauiBM art
AprlLUulmes ever,the equipment and materials for one him- I a Democrat he L not necessarily a IDdr.A their Pla..Id the surplus tn men win, HAVIMII. M. they will//", klu.lo.ft'iiiiiiiil. KrulU, Jellies ( and cuuolerfelt.tl, .uell'lU'eb..r. will ban Iuua
county, M Tuesday, after M XOII.sIIIApriL General ) he Is said la ,ill Hcltlu( along and oltr.hulo to the rUUN'dtllma .i limes, be ""ow. Ibs olllco All ol. caution In luUrchulmii.GARDENSEED. '
and miles additional Eastward of the & .. .
rod fifty somen here, trying to earn a Mr. clout section of. country. ( 11 :
11"11 1"0.| soul one of will make ._
Waiblngton county,lit Tuesday after 3d Monday graded portion the line has been survyed and tocalad Pryor Is a member or the New who enterprise are what we DI'd. ami w TWU Oft TURK VISITS .) ..4 "
in ApriL to have retired Into the absolute so- has Ufa our K.i>phi hitve gone ANNUAL
seems !
and Itrorable l |
for 600 miles developing money furll .
Jacktoa county Itk Mouday ApriL an easy elusion of bis profession. These men .>were to work ami ., ( :furiim,'built up theii to loll.all. Madison, aad other polnte. Bakery and Lino
Calhonn. county, In.Tuesday after 14 Monday leMey. route,and tt Is believed that fully half ol Rebels but, because they were Uebels are not, towns anti('bile., and mln.llnull, toil /'lllr. by IUr..ld. AIM, by aleaub from 1"'IIr..l. Confectionery ,

franklin colI.tY.14 Monday-la May.Banta Lhe distance between the Pacific count and the necessarily, petty knaves. >Ir. published c.lllu'n'oun with the world.GKN. Iu Nov.Tampa.3.' 18-tf Li'.t| cini.Uiilly, Oi, bund., All of wblcb w. olS'r -0-- '.

Ross county Sd Monday June. Ubsourl River wjll be built by the Central Pacific an affidavit denying, as exactly as words will ... rheiip .run l tutu bought Iu Ibis city. I KL-TAHAHA TURNIP,

EwambU county,ilk Monday Jus. Company, a*they are favored by having permit, the truth of the cbarg so far as be isconcerned. GHAST vu.e, AI-I-IIOVK Jr.-ThoWuihlngtou R. K1NDON Und Tup Turnip, .
.1- We shall ILan JiOTICK.Drs. 8. L. TIUDITT8. .
buer elne correspondent of the UrguW 141. Norfolk Turnip,
their hardest work done and the ol (hall'un
FALL TERMS.Wilton by presence what we have read before either ,- July Z, IHfiT 113 Large, rial Dutch Turnip.CABBAGJTSEED .
large numbers of cheap and serviceable ('WDcaotaborers. Wood Piyor are perjurers. Courier writes;"lGonenll'opC' !
,lei Tuesday after Sd Monday In September. Taylor, '
Holmes Ut Tuesday after 4th Monday la September.Wiublnfton. It Is assuring to be informed also thai -.- .- letter to General Grant!th .wIng Randolph and Herndon
.1st Tuesday after 1st Moaday Ocl'r. SAXKON SPCKUEOX.-John G. Sax, the pod the hoixileuiucsa of reconstruction In DinLricl trY
the business of the road is the earn-
very Uenerul TiE ICE ICE ICE !
Jackson,M Monday October.Calhoua pnMiiced much sensation here ARK .. ,
lit Tuesday after 4&11 Monday October. Dip for July being 1173,000 in gold; while the .been to hear Hptirgeon, and thus record bisImpreattions Grant does not sympathize in such ,views. Orveley I "il" Ibe" Monroe HulMlnif IJi'.eltut| ,, i

Franklin,1st Moaday November.fanla operating expenses were leu than $23,000. The in a London letter to the Boston is r chL Genera Grant does not K" will lie't OI..lu" i. II. KAMMUl'll.' ,' \ l 111 0I I
November.Eicsmbla .
Ross ilk to _
Li.July2fi'G7. .
of Z. UtHNlHJN,
2d Xovember. receives a large from the Government Ihe Jlio n\ewl" Couirruaii. I '
Monday after tlb Monday Company subsidy ] I
with I heard the Pope of the Ituillcal txtremiata SIMt I 1."tUE LATE DUL'MUEAO CABBAGE.
and in order to push on the work Sunday r.1 hpur- newe __ .
evelial would noilonhttccept L'NDEKHHiNKD |len. to Inform Lie '.
He beg
for hoOts ( bb .
rpllK I Flit (
HID U Cacvrr.SrwveoTguis.isdideit treat are offering their first mortgage n to a Pr.lceoCl.
energy gen preach wagr. his M- and the publle thai be ha Just r-
onVe Ulajed Cabbage,
thenInandal the it aa juxt dul.But patron treeD
sale Fiax & seven thousand
< ,MOoed Moaday In March. bonds for through HATCH gallon not It"lbau lul" ) NO'HCK. Ulood
Grant has not to con UDCAL i' aUAIUHJ Long
Liberty,third Monday la !., agents in New York, and our leading xinfuss to having been agreeably dll.po1at11 Uelera tor yet cOle 11.4 that Turnip IkeaKanKel ,
he Is or -
either fit tint '
Leon, fourtk I. March. b not in the least pJI'c
Monday bankers at rates very tempting to capitalists.VOLCMWOCS manner cockney Wurtul Beet,
Wakulla ant Moaday la ApriL' .--- oelher disenvowels his syllables nor exasperates lie will content to 4 1U, Dr. R. H. ,RANDOLPH OF ICE nut all other seed amiable fur fU cardeos\at tbrux :

Jenersoa seeoad Moadsy April. Wamxa.-l'ew persons are ac- His elocution Is remarkably distinct .-.---_ --'-' grtM ma PKorKsaioNAL KM 'n> > Blor. of M. LIVELY.AUK. .. '
Muluwa third Monday in Apr and unaffected, and seemed of earnest, O IEnVI y, 1W7. KI .
Hamilton, fourth Monday April. iustomed to reflect upon the Immense amount ol \ a ,Notices. the clllzvue of Taad wldlllJ'
I \1.1'. MARKS --
conscientious preacher. constantly reminded Orders kit it the Mciur ircgiiry ,
Taylor,let Moadsy after 4th Monday In ApriL writing that Is done In a year,or a series of years, ol BcecUcr during the sermon, though = Speci =- -;-:: 1 Archer, will r.D'UI. II..r.atteullxu.rtr For Sale.f '

FALL TKBJU..ad >jr those connected In one way or another in the the English resembles the American only In his tM hEAD AND PONDER-Tlie universal Ildeoo.t D,. M..*. "d will be "bio Iu *U|>|>ly thaw at Ik* laurel *ndJii .-

den,secoad Monday 1 in October. Killing of daily papers or even form any wncep.loa aIudt and forcible u of similes drawn from iMuiid bum. tacttous of DM tomatrf pruTourlUiTuii'i J u"" : 'a. W-tf iiiuct rriwuuitlilii helmS,(ruin ( TWENTY IIOKBE roWER EiiUINE AND
Liberty, third volumes read those who etr.daylfu For the rest, b struck me as a ----- J jcuiuuilvu Iloll rErener| ik Eduiond't make,
Moadsy la October. of the by are accus- muWUK, a praoT eoKclu l> that the,are
1 and while I 4. 1'., little nard sad la In. order. Alto two
Leon. fourth Moaday la October. waned0 perusing daily during like fvereot. lest working their Into public farur. The nuixtlM ) NOTICE.Dr. Pound the Ton. '
5rkttlU'Scat Monday la November. papers peiod ils .olc far surpasses in power way lmIAL. One to ..lljlil: lIu..I'.er Upright Kniln slid Lucoaiulv -
i .,seeMj Moaday I. November *. The following which Is clipped from anzcbange that any other orator lever liseuted comp CD.llo KATTON'e OLEUM \IT.: Ue gnat termeD -0-- Uulkre. Thus CUll,"and bolivia a.. cuilr.ly.waml
( ,. Toothache, HodKb. I _. well fur .rpOOlea-U
1a4liIOL x-,1II Mni.ailM illustrate most remarkable thing about the man Unlmenl R..U.m. .I adapted
will the volllll11aODl
llamlltoa fourth ktond.,r, November very cleatly d I -no contemptible advantage .,ayraiu, InO. I MAUIO CTHC kl DUrrluM Wm. F. Robertson juitl ... Abe one Klynt Kon Power Huiioajy -
T.jlor l 1.1 Moaday alter4cb magnitude ol a single department aaewt- aW KAYrO.N EngIne and LocuinoUvs Iktllvr, aev, .uh ailouuKli.m.j ,
Moedal In November. be distinctly heard without bawling, fur forty ,C.a.l1u Paliu \ s.I HIS PHO.-Efl1IO.VAI. BKRVICEa: T" Saw Mill Uead Block of the HtrrliL
aper from which an estimate may be made olhe minutes \by a number more than ten '" PVOfEITlC piLLs an" "1 rr ul.lor.*jc OffERS .. uf 1a"- awl urruuudluK Il4hlutf .tuple tu'Uitles for Iraiwpurlittlua uu Ibseu. Kollrr* and Chain Shafting and Fulli-Jt.

Br TAMSMi CU&C11IT.srauIQ'awL entire volume of reading matter furnished byi limes togthr. lh usual congregations of a lb; II"a la Uw conoU7. tuuiulI7.JunsdIh'IeT. 1- A (Vi K. It., and having CIted ear nprr."ly I.b.uor Mill, Kuller Boxe*. Anle Iro... B|>rii>i!'.
\ tnt Moaday tu April For ul.U TtUahwiee fc/ Gregory *rbrraad *) Cur lb.IOE* ..
of the larger classes. The extract lopular diine. gathered manlly .___ ( '' fur hoisting .. Gin tttKUieul, Cute
tuwaonM,second Monday la April i paper trout the working aut those of Wcaleyind r. T.tseDrugrleti. (July" i III. ITO VbceU of dlnVreut hllcbe., one rWw Mill Iu rmu4M.
ColimbU third Monday la ApriL lays: Wbitefield, c.lk attentive,and MEDICAL NOTICE.Dr. ( ; [ AND FISH TRADE ordor. WheclWrow.and Tracks DioveKiiutfaad -
baker fourth Moaday ia ApriLBradford loot Monday July ft, / Iia work repaired. Apply al Ibo Vlarkuiilb
Twenty-serea yean ago JikUMa fur : -
-it fab aapiUcfs-* great cO.tJUrrn'I
after y "ul
Monday AprIL .
AUckna 3d Moaday after 4th MoiuUyla Monday AprUT he first money market"It appeared in the Plulalelphia 11 theJ. I cn doubt that IsIs .D .The lu uUwtU-r, > b,1., b.1 I I.a few John S. BondWILeCDlue b.i U prepared' to furalib bulb Ii-.sad '\lib. lb.eo.Ille 111&1'. El. laO. near?. .r'lorUlau( K-OI.VOtes.Aug. .
aAw 4th PuUia Lrtipr. was penned by theme U *> by a.sr7 iuiiil|l..l a. 1.11. .
Levy, Maaday Moaday lu April! lalri preacher, cno meral, vita a 4 .. ud luilb| of IU. ... A (in. U K.
'eme*, fourth Monday after 4th Monday .ApriL baud that now write the ankle fur that die most useful EgLd t'-ian CuuaiauUun earc ,Ia.uxuwa I aulu laces c.a IU. |.r..Ik.-of Mdlcla l Iu T.la I aiu prepared tu furnUb buuilie. with any auiuuut Wolf.*. ..a..p..ru.:..
lepBiUneul. Averaging the department at one .- lowiSVnn the meauue of cnr.. .dl..11. Mlttce u bU roll" lOt lev del",delivering U tullv* fur cblll and kvcr.TanneT .
FALL Touts.litijate Uree buuJreJ and twelve To ail who_" ke >UI KB*a wpr *tke ... .
*muun per day. given Tua JCBV' OBDE- -The Cbalel"o'ar .It eincltiiu t .rp rear of tb*bid Cwt "
List Monday la October. duaim per year and as each of the columns of :ia thus rHersa 11 and seed(t.a cbj.ub 1 racw< .:o., W..IVA H OF CHARGE Goods.i
reconstuction FREE :
Miwannee,second Monday In October. lose reading ia fully equal to five octavo paxea.n a good paper, *Cuutu>|>!vHi.= ra toUto u4Q .
Cnlimbia third Moaday U October. ordinary book type, we have as the annual rea'Ju order of Oen. Pope > Thraat tu4 Lau AHuUluu, .. DR. MILES H. HASH,
Baker,fourth M on da j la October. iroduu oieen hundred and sixty pages, and (ut- It ii already that Genela Pope .4'srU.sr U.eeadiai Qi/oruatUjo me a LlLta kt. :t rJ ALL PAKTd OF THE lift, .vrry luorulB(. RUlt TOMATOES,
Brad/urd, IM Moaday alter 4th Monday October y-two I.boUIaDII one hundred and twenty page changed, by his military crdr. t e lW vftloaM>Srici d.and. Aad Mc ke 4 bi4-.u-r1. _.W -. Office in Rear of Post Office, I.ireea CorD,
Al4cbu*24 Moaday after 4 Levy.: Sd Uouday after 4ih Monday in October. of five hundred each-enough to fill ury oi 'the aJlinistratioo .I.W l.. ll'" tea. b'..a._I will TALUA"U Goshen[ Butter, Fresh few bra,
Nawau,4tb after 4th October. pages ;uolry a great U'll Jl wllDI pr" WITH l HM. M. Naaui.jj! rrvb flu- Auplt. .
Monday Monday IIW41 ]
-and all the I. \* :
a very respectable bookcase by same of all our laws. lPI ti vtr- 1" wiJntm.l4iir.ti4de t.4i..law Yurk.IOITM. I JhaIIUWI Ale and Porter, Fresh P.r. '
; liter.* depend life, test June 5,11<;J7. fi'i.GIa Freak tlUlDeeII,
EASTEBJI C'1ac .firuia TLpuJ d person ) : _
.It &
The rights iitdivklualii l and of e and Fish. 0'1 threes UOK**,

,. second, first Moaday Monday Ia In March.March. Tat Phlladelpba Telegraph a paper bitterly Pact. lie stabOity of all the reUuioniof li. re tpoo 01' EDWIN A. HART, U)... .

SL Johna lhU4 Moa4a>UMaTch.v Udical, seema to be alarmed lent Ms party shouldugit the jug whl they rentier. A a..OU". 04, 1. frees 10 AT LAW illlbo kept alWC y> urn tMud for sale,&ke..direct Lobsters.4 srdtarw.
Ju&Dalll.birth ba declared that UU. sit U..>>cu( ATTORNEY ram tke !'..
entertained &
Moooay March. from the apprehension now by Pup bla .t.d LBILADFOEDJa.M
kuuullr.tnt Fur..1e
'Oa1 fcball who will,
o. v
Monday after M cb.WMge d
4th Ia "V MAULsON.
Moaday Northern Ute South will be a seaS U.. ou ntunt I*.tt*> rwnw. U zebiP.lSifl. tw
24 Monday after 4th Monday March.vJX isny a .Ihat b. rlir AU others, allLougb rl Crth. t 4ula remit .-I. ... rKACTKCIM TUE( Olf TUK April l 11.1'11I7. :-
ulaptit. .
'5tb Monday after***Monday ID March. urned over to Ute aegiots. Il ssys : ln.d I alis fll are ewuded I .lea4 by use ii4gerOi5 ., .. WILL .Jadli, UI Circuit. 'Jl'&r .'. litekIrae. .-p--should
Monday arUr A& Moaday Minb.TEKMS. If the negroes obUis power in the hu rebel 45edah$4.Itew *a*
itatea excepting booth Carolina and lijtaUeippi to f da we Dp It will b*. Il ts eertalnlj eoo- I I.(i.i'N. 1. GOHI1E5I KUTTEK. always uav., beet - --- ---

FALL it will not be I iffaase the whites are dafranthisfd, sari to Ute i>Ulnn4 elements dt J Jiatie. and M.1. .11 .- A. A. K I BEST L'bccM,alvny oa ke, barn English.iMlry. Coffee and
Ale. aI. Sugar.
Dual Ira Maaday In IGIT. t.beese alway. oa Ire, Purler ud oa
October wilfiil ,
h will be because they are utie'&Isd I wi O
.-laj.Second Koadalla 0c0t. r I eilp "the I .gu.i4a: GlIDE.I I. .. r. IIrlLLtK.pril'

'L Jirb.j berth\hiI4 foaolala Oe\ober. work Ad determined reconstruction.lo defy the It will Government be because in they Its oandation mR ofalho r wbda'lr l A NOTHEK ED1TIOV JCST ICBlDBE.I ATTORNEY .& "T. W JAVA COFFEI,
PallWD Mouday I. (\. of .
S olWa 1& MO"'J 1'A&Oe\ober opioely hit down sad refine to help themselves -*. in i U tola & IIK&T CLrll.IE. SOLICITOR IN CHACtl ALE AND PORTER ItioCutfee, '
October '
(1ralce.24 Xoo4aJ aAer dLb M0e4..l1ll October lot la sack a case they will neither deserve OEM. Gaisv.THE PUMDUIT.-Gmmljr 1 f D o.1. J'"li a"a ., ..1- TZFYREYB Ale.Mulr's du.Msna's da T..DjCe'. ,Ore Te<
-'IIUe'.Sth Monday after 4\b nor obtain '*.* : had consalutmn with Ute .adrd 4knM IDa I Bin k Tea .
KdaJ looobr' ympathy M b a enx-raving .. &. L'flMMIliSIONKK pJ 40. barclay A fwklaV farter,aI. kepi oa -
I of all
Wno.t 6th Monday after fck Monday la October .- -- -iew pnl the Uaiitixal I By w I lut w.N. I IHylt .anti a.saint ,thug A. r. SPILl-AK. Pupir klni'v.
Prll\ euhesrei BR.\
: GUE&AI.Port's Lrmx.General Pope ertlealy ni' of Ute( u in order to ODD my tuflurt distressing an' ti4 deaea.ea biddeaul diMM I ton IHK rlrrERE" I&T!, Voraelsby Eo. 1"OR Ja..lIb.
SOCTEXBJI curc6rgiia Tc.a. sepposes that Congress ordered the pendog larmnoy between Mr.Jobuon and hi* adviner M-.or old M*, vUkoat rotoniag laIn Ijtko. (151. EI.rleLw. AintilV'riL&a.; :-. .; NeIil.diae -StrbwMppabtlgS L
He'D&a40.1aa& Monday I. Mareb.POth tleeUuo l in the Booth not to ascertain the be particuLtriy bl ,0"1a. oo uwa euulaov uTL "
ul .
T 0 I 10' depot iii roll the. hue "it lei In Ik l au-o.
OG&1a.ArM K..da,1II April.Manet. and feeling of people but to compel as too U 1- L without 11a4r.d I PKACTICC 1 I. al Ike bUle aud r"er I)lUKE OOallES BL-TtlKL Lard I'fUIIeCI
IHDoin wh -
MOII4&l I. At e hatevtr they md dangerous r fears thattheSecntaryof J .book, U discloses 154pmtaas- )- l I. la the Hapceiu CI I Lard flu. Apple Ch_, tut Chr Mireived K.
theta lo a presftibwf course nay ( ,1
foet\Ia Moe4&, Ia Apiij la (bets urUcuUrlr.JH Collctl ( by A. r. 81ILLkLAprtiIaSL ICEICE! !
".secoe4 Uok or cbooke. They are free to speak and act, / Slate I retained be will formpolitical fe vbkji should b lnow | .I'sjiVnl StiLes,a.. '. H I
MeKalle Mar. who ha* ruined bU .
I __aden eumUnations the sad lf.lyoIt i.caeawl 4.UCfSWe5& _
aad the through u
but ooly as Ceogre military Cr tk. of*tlf." m4 MM! AIU\.UrculIIsu.r.: TILL,
by :*. HAV MADE
General Grant murt enlighten Gen of Wad, to detest whirbmsy C.u July 'l1 __ : I
FALL Tills.71ado dictate. tgency vUlb* -alluall trtaoftb.ited FRESH FISH all orders (or '('' aloof Ih* line ft railroad IJC'
sccoad Voada, III o..twr- era Pope. or wha: President Lincoln ones said be adopted \restore faterna n.tun be- &t"(.aada f t M HAMSLL A S b* had al all U- direct from the Gull t be.lag araUh ta la desired M .htu&lers.M
p laboeo-.cla. w.rd Mo.4y 111Ii Oresee, ot his military career will sonn be said U his the North a Sh. 1cl'd be will Jr bend fyi r.a.tr. OOXr.aud ..oth lot of tbese la* llatas C kept.. Ic*hum lbs time they are caught T Hlim.ii*.at rsaeuir.abL. nl*>.
oJ4.-' M..da, aA&6 14 MOCtdaI III ckt..l... I oone as atreobostrnctmn ; LIe m ble that should W :: fL \\ braAprtiWls' until told, (row Ik* Ue How. A. t. .t'lLUJL w. u xrtta.

Jot 0"W 14 M..J'Mo.day I.aft iiw._14 M..4.0., i6 OrV.4A tor,.mi a(1--.1. ,&b mast I them are endeavor Ike Cal.-\-to bv BUermaa r. ae."I,to ltA a pbcein JaJ't. .!Xe. tIC Bpmc* -ly k 1 Jaarseeiimd.? iJ A r SHLLFB Aprolll.l..t all April RIOt W .'

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.;-.I..C.' I. tie Hl.-4le4 mm* the F.nt win;If they take the stops In time, elect Ce.... R tnrsi*. Th fde>..fa* Ab.IItI..haI. 12.mm.aIcated. BY TELEGRAPH.

I ibisn.I .."."""(.' they A.*. a majority of the rrp with theresponsible We have received the following additional returns A rOd has translated fo.'the following CRWPOtlDVILI.fS W Ut.tA: 1,Co.1807., fJr. t ,

itmi.'uhl! In the speech .1.lh'rI1 by A.1. PunA E. duty of framing\Ib.r Cn.Lttl.Iew o(he Stale Census now being taken, from from a (prpbUt New York- WorsIn pursuance of a call tO s -= =
FROM W A8111
before Leon and Qmrritria ( WTOX.
% county (onetlo Iubl.h.e the wi the" enctmragcfnmt the Secretary of State i the Et[ consider' polItical situation a large meet*
In full In TAn FlorUia of Friday tart, OCC1" m.ll.1 8.Y. we that by I LEVY COUNTY. Every body I,,her of Vr. Helper, the author t very WAMIMOTTOC, Ang. 80.-Polmiqne, the t,
action in and block
: t tlFinl t lag of the county, white ...
ALLAflAqE: : following of the prospect of the famo is The Crisis, o t cld. Haytl Emprror Is .
fp.kllg can be Wntis-Malejover 234 bk Impn.lng
rAg. hearty, energetic effort, SI, assembled at Court In this pl.c on
The British
rt -.- of success as uhlhle1 Cen.U Ilum. or saved and do nothing a book which t secondly, that If *e delay 'under21, 859 A proceeding and
T.4'IMI.. ..p4mber a, IllS?. 'I960,he Mid t raid and Lincoln's e.btrdlBI& copy o te that' the fighting, against Salnavoliaseomnioneed
every tiling U lost. 1 I a question between Females over 18 .o.Joho Drw. rtlullonl to published, In both the Tallahae The

nv'th"lcnAIR we find that the whites PX- PeN we succeed and aRelgn Terror if we .' under 18. fleton. Helpr atke,1.Ter denouncing wll Heretofore have been divisions negro Langston has applied 1 for the It.iy

fe1 Ihl ,'by 15,070 and that there were o 31.23"3 slave bl, In.1 .hll oceans of ee 1'Pn II.r then MInlstershlp. The President Informed, lilm;

mor while m.I.ln .Hie Stale by 0 3(1( than there 1.1. (hOe-ye. nl.ArKMAle over 21, tears over the fate of the negro. .11'rIIC of opinion among our there was no vacancy adding that should .
That showed under 21, 100 the best to Now I "ft.caney
were C.loll m.ll. cnlul people as to course plrul. he
1IU have saw no
that were then but s.e counties In which All that the Republican party auks In honest Females 18 70 Mr. Helper has trlmhe. "e occur reason why Lang-)
thrr over trust that the exprew.our
the whtttwer In minority.. We have now and emphatic execution of the I Reconstruction 102-837 been carried nut on the grandest fle. Is helRed' f..Illlon 1,10110. claims should not be conll '.'

_. forty :'counties-In I lSO .there were thirtyseven. laws.-Jf. r. Tribune., under 18! Far from It, and In a new book which unanimous sentiments, InII hlve reason tn reply to an l Inquiry whether the President,

By an examination of the statistics of The Total In W 1.678 he forth the trne Mean .to believe tjtattsugpuopie will stand by them t would grant LaIl rrton- ,nother Interview
those t am convinced that moderate people of the South, 10c they are powerless population be has Jast published, Rt assembled there In| a

The following' are oar bIt thortwd Agmts,tot toninrtlnx amolnl enntlM.ofelor.every county b. the ApalachlcoU to help themselves, Uk nothing more. But In IftflO, the populationwaiiu fohlnwWnnisMaIes t abolitionlMn. In this book,called"No Joque,'' I to mlo.to When we first follow the,advice Imo week, the former answered yen.

for sdrertMa. sad nttMtlptln,and rnceltInt Cn to Cm' with one o two whatlsmmntbyanA r
and teeetptlBt;foe money tot Mine: doubtful tClkmll rP ) the Middle the laws Hanifcstly that there Female, 634-1,813 should b made free, was much 1 less for In.L to the people of Georgia, but A.' 3. PEEUR been attended with riots. )[r. )I..Kee1'a lanai.

B.C.1I".a.a Cnn MOnnmnn,HewOrlrtnt.U.Tmmil same I cr five' out o.the nine FlorIda and shall nAt"lclo no cheating tint the laws are to to"executed"In BLACKS- Miles, 203 than for the Interest of the whites i :sq., from Ta1ahao who was present and ed down at )Montreal and a man was danger,.

Rttswin,...,NnntIcefloM*. perhaps more:I whole oHat but 247- 4SO bl before the who was by, a comlile appointed for Iy beateO.1 The cavalry charged
a solid body of the Inlcrrtof no party, Females, : to-day, the African must disappear a mob a EBM-
D.nr,Jacksonville FM.tonin cnld ( del that' address the meeting, made such
CoLmm ConYnllon,and that In the East. cording to their true Was tbl done.i. h white man. puf t port while two squadrons guarded the candidate,

s,.?Oft Piamn, "Savannah,Tampa Oa.Fl* f>f Radicalism arc equally Am.l. Throwing out SilKRtDAX- .I bn pr by ,or by el Total In I860, J 1,63[ In a word, I No Joque" Is a war cry againstthe an able mu logical upeech favoring action under home. Thirty. casualties occurred, "taut none nn
of the count doubtful we can the acts and showing thoieccsslty '
; T.P. hauL XIU*Howe,Chartenlnn t.O. evrr er of the five Gerll' Their fintt step In carrying 18* African race.. The ex-school teacher demandsthe nntrctlon fatal .c l rV. fcfr *f>y ; J a-.
carry, ) I prdTntnl. twentyiievencountlea Dr.l out, that at Its close few were .
out of | the Convention out the twl the contrary. Instead extermination, the burial and the fossilization Ind

New AderII..uahu.Attention Is to to composed of 48 delegates-that a of appointing mfle"t ncn aA Registrars, theyIn BAKER cnlNTY. of the negro However, the great abolition found to disagree with bO. I had bear of Mr.. FROM'TMWEsT.flT.Lotil' .
of member In the WIIY.M.le over 21, 18 rcl. PEELER'S effort the county .Aug.,80.
the number most -One-half
Mnf numerous bitter whoseprejudices bfor of Rejnu,| ,
most to
Is called the followinji new ad 10.toCsletd 1st, In his philanthropy, consents to commute
t brc or the lglalur In 18Oansi rendered prllo" Impartially under 21, the sentence of death pronounced ton, and had speech published In your City,Montana,has beea bnrned.
wrlamenl8"ALWOD: as each muM eas tbeninc.pnllo actng Female over 18, deportation he Montana
county drlg.le. 23 )
valuable but to fully The Rangers
t. HnDnKiw & ('a have the Convention can l be saved and such Cn.t.luton and who,no infrequently, have given under 1*, against his c-leot Why not pen up the ne Jpr. b aprate under Gen. Bearm-

.twb frme,1 as will "aecure equal all to the laws a meaning vhlth they do not bearupon m-IOI 118 genes In some unhealthy spot,just as the Indiansare must to -few men possess 8Db pWP well move on the Indians shortly.
I a Bavaniah Drnc of their Nul all with proscription of I havemade BLACKS--Males over 21, before the Logical and I Five hundred dollars
to ,
J.be noe" their face, thus shiwlng that they looked 37' penned tip f. According Mr. S1.Tr pple. e10fucot I .were recently paid i lot
T. Speolat the that the under 21 t llp
this on supposition ,
lo.W. WoD ARnL rlClatlm Take His talkto portion three Indian scalp, .
the c1o
more party advantage than justice. and demoralized the In the a\Ot '
I of Fi'K" ABCKST. among will succeed In arraying t over 18, 39 corrupted 1'hIC;
t '
rbl "T"N. Female wife'of ;
of the audience eminently The Colonel Bankliend
.' 'lc (\rn ( the colored people IglnAI the whites| but If we case of.New Orleans fir sn luAt"to. Ills under 18, 55- 189 Inl.rt of the white race it was therefore necessary was petelnd l, and twenty.

,".111 able to ( m hln.tol and stated that at the clone of registration tb.tciy to abolish It And even now, the had a most excellent effect. He five men of the fifth regiment, died of cholera M
Estate notice of t Jxo. T. Adm'r.Real .
HARVI.N men, of hlg VOLSET HOWARD and Judge To W Fort Wallace,
r o any the whites had ifty though a Total population in 1867, still of by E.
Estate Broker-Immigrant and Labor\ them, act with their real friends, as I feel confi- maortT. 1,0 although free, "lr a subject 111 ASDERSON both oft BEN HILL'S
/ ) of them do, we shall sweeping dlsfranchlscmctt hld fully Baker .formed from New re corruption for the Consequence drawn ,
Agency-by A. STOKF.LAKR. leiit Ihol'li. wi carry1110cc Their able and FROM EtROPE.
n than 27 counties thaI nut the their Tho Revision have 1860. policy. speeches "er IOuenl
L O. 0. F. 101. one.b.1 vote Br by Mr. Helper! I The whole negro race, and all "
Lodge and did to the remarks NEW YonK Sept 1.-The
saries horse, font and : steamship Hansn
less great ,
all that cl.lt .plke.
dr. changed by striklrq no tn tifenty- that comes more or less directly from It, Is nothing -
--.4a.- Thus, my Is dcmoniitriilIetliiit from the These A ... FU.w. of the Hon. S. the from Europe has arrived.
Po.rrmiqKD.-The sale" of the Florida the people both white and black win frt "lr namc but plague from which mankind ought to
SAUl good .
exclusively uhltc slip Under this head, the Florida Timn, a'Conservative I chair were very fordblc; he counseled conciliation I :'The Prince end princess. Wales had arril' ,1
tie worth, wealth and Intelligence of martyrs"are preserved the first of the Statesman and
which to represent ; duty
I/I Cnlrl Rlr.d. '1IYrl'o come this 81t can, by an earnest and united elol. of paper notified them that their registered heads Republican paper,wys.- t We understand b Is that In perpetual sand harmony. at Dorderich, Germany.
\mow Lake City has Government which of Lake ls of the Philosopher to put race Thus ;Messrs.[ EDITOR, that Wakulla The harvest account Is
oi bl'PIO und they t had fallen Into the registry basket All this oc that Capt A Knight, City, now en you sec satisfactory.
j, until the 18lh insl. live and make the law an t give of offices. Besides being one quarantine. la to stand by her sister of Hungary contributes twenty-eight
now, but no hand ofpower joying a monopoly county Lcn. per cent of
t ... unde 8nERIAN'1 disp
for life and
protection liberty property. cur These Ideas are neither now nor peculiar to Mr. take Austrian
been lifted to Gen. of the Board of Registers for Columbia county, counties will wo wi expenses.
Labr. Aftmry., As there Is no exaggeration In this, languageand cheklbe ot.g. They shared by most of the coura orgnize
he Is United State Helper. a the Reconstruction acts, means NEW YOBK Sept'1-Paris
The advertisement'of Dr.- A. the art slated will show PoPR's Interpretation of the laws h. most Cmmllone 1.lh "pwlr In.1..wlt papers regard the
1 81FtK as rat M we by Is evidenced his Rights and Intelligent explorers who have visited which they give us drive from our lad and from situation of Alf'lllflln Spate
will attract attention. gentleman proposes the actual of Radical extraordinary, as by order of elrrdlnl' cvi Di. gUI M'extremcTy' scrlotu
to a Real Tl and Immigrant and fgr tat'depll'lhe eor June 17, addressed t Boards of Registration. Inthat "Locating Agent' with special Instructions from Africa and observed the negro 101.own their lurking pl.ce all .of those Infamous emissaries Minister Modem had been attested, and nmrtlnl

rlhll em Ire to detAm elblAhe over the Frecdmen's Bircau. country; we can name Grant,Speke ad ho are to d try'our and law been Ijaroojono.
peace had
K: I I.br Agency In th city of'New York-an enterprise the Freedmen by Leagues," order he goes beyond the requirements ol seeking proclaimed .;
I "Three offices, would seem,ought satisfy who on this subject scandalized exceedingly the control our Slate Government for their own vile A battalion French
that may b tamed 10 greet flv"n'.get and 1 I Bureaus,' the Constitutional Convention Congress and disfranchises persons who In no legal t London. But what Is troops left Jwr HIgnon,
reasonable but I*sold Geographical Society ends PARTICIPANT.
I mm
for the frontler.-
this Bute.. can to carried by the and the Statethus sense (as County Treasurers, mere custodt any Cp.Knlgbt I Spanish
e"ernlTr that he Is and new, Is see these Ideas expressed by an abolitionist -.IS.r! I
aim of public money not or now no v F.rlh' t The King of Sweden had arrived at Berne.
saved Tennessee.We cmllonCI
( ... (.o-n..r. front becoming .nober quired to take an oath,)wc" executive or judlrial r. to get to the Stab constitutional Convention, by tho man of whom'history will speak STATE ITEM r The Bavarian Council of Minis tern emphatically -
Invite attention them
.., special
a..uah. of tho active of emancipation. REOISTRATIOK M GADSDEN. The
t fgrlhrIn as one most promoters Quincy
where he expects fa the for the
Then arrange programme BavarhVa
ofllcers. again look at his order No. opposed King visit to Saltz-
Is found
This velTestabllshed house,responding to the them not only bop ,It Is at bear the writer & of Friday gives the number registered '
8"1,1 o a trip Ho Is not particular whether 11.At t nmouall
49, which seeks to repress free speech and muzzlc t Cng' Ingl.r burg.
desire of their numerous corro who sentimentality county aa :
t the press by threatening dismissal from office tt be a r.t te 011 or Senate. He will to yesterday :The Dutch Minister at Yeddo has been shot nt
1 have opened a branch In Savannah, with W. by timely organization, will to crowned it lib
the extermination 1148 colored
d. If the free talker the Incumbent of satisfied with clthet We are only surprised that tho neg.harshly demand II.y majority 10 by natives but escaped uninjured.. The con'l.ir.alol'll .
t b
their special This succcs. .1 hppn.
fl WO E. agent gen.teao he don't want Some these offices" banishment of his former protege.Mr. MASS MEETING AT WAVKRENAU.-We
had been arrested.
an ofllcc, and the press of patronage If bt say 'er regret not
The Stale Is In the Census. t L
now engaged taking
.1 i w. many yean a prominent reward for his book has surprised and Ill not having obtained the of this meet
ventured thrust treachery In the House of Lords the clerical
It has to This upon pricliar bill has been
oppose I" le1p.new
We have the ofa rattlon.
merchant at ) Colum already published readers. Ing on lost Saturday lu We
I t4 haL His Apl.chlla afrw.rdlln through twenty number of the and In the table below order,as well as his letter to Gen. GRANT, In and recent desertlot from Johnson Camp but the many respectable nnde"tlD1 the aUendanc ws tL wuo expected postponed to the.next_ session.
Cote We not In the least astonished, we knew
the truth I Knight excited the sympathiesof are fo
epeac which he advises with the weather. Dr. A. Peeler
I Al
if f o has romlor him funill- wogtve I.U.8 C I 1i as well asthatof Frcxtdenl's pardon bnlbmt o JI, Trikuntapplauds. He himself obnoxious very well that the Northern abolitionists would made the opening speech,and Introduced the following FROM WASHINGTON.WA8irnraTON .
the l < Census Is plpalylder
trade In and tlel
J wite cU II.phases, we 187. Wher Bile to all w horn ho become the worst enemies of the negro .soon resolution which we learn was almost I.-The '
And It about' Sept. recent order of
yet hypocritically BUem wih ,
been In fromthat
have majority" prt
I. given unanimously adopted, and colored alike
tllal XC 8""LwOD" Cn lro In contact with him.' This an .white .
u i most fortunate Iny their selection of him, as theirIfllatT. _In'the'other 1 counties, I I given an I honest execution" of the laws a being al comes In el.ct He ekueletet over their abuse they came of Is voting on it : ., Gen. Grant that District Commanders will make

1 from tho of 1800. that the Republican party wants, when not only and turns It Into caltal. The quickest and best tBgollm. thank t the exlgc Jre. Resolved that we wi only support men no appointment to civil office of persons w ho

C.lu It but all the sheets In the Interest of that faction way t kill off consummaUfhypocrltes aud fully developed, Identified with the and give our supportto have been removed by themselves on their predecessors
1t& .F brocb will b a great convenience CENSUS OF 1800 AND 1807.KMllmauil lu show Itself, and Mr. book Is a preciouswarning. and prosperity of both
ls notice will promote a1
lll t our pl.nter ? __ uis _____ howllko dancing Dervishes over the dismissal demagogues 1' o tem. They ,lelr. White does not make new issue between
4.i1 ... L-- t- who pervert their powers and rule soon die out Knlht's game I t keep tip the : Tbo Rev. R Meacham and several other color. the President and ( Grant.

ii The ...Meella CAu Cenistia our ulf"run.t people wit a rod of Iron cry of pntol| He knows there Is nothinglike Beside It Is \ fatal law,proved by history,that ed IJaker then took the stand, but we are not I There is good authority tar asserting that the

On Saturday night wu quite an Interesting 0 otlSO7. 5 5I m bing la.tlA 'word to the wise Is suf. two different races cannot live side by side on an to the tenor of their rmau rumors difficulty having arisen on this subject
equal One must subject or exterminatethe except that one of them whose name we
though the attendance wu 1 Urge OUTRAOKOCS COKDUCT.-A rAn'by the rollol. .
negro arc groundless.The _. ,
\\ I eon.was hop Short, but effective rot speeches 1 a : I! !' .I a name of Wbltfield Ooff,who during the war was "We oodwulbl'mightiness' I particularly Te Indians for example. The Turks petty learned larceny entered, on upon the ground a defence advocated of grand by Wendell and reconstruction act vests' In the General
In the employ of O. Green, In this place, In' because
4 QWTJIB Hon. WILL CALL = down In secret con maintain footing Europe only that the
I Ju and well known My of our an upon t T. especially Pblip property of the white man commanding- same powers coned upon
t: CoL MAOBXE, 8 lon and Dr.STOHILAKE. s B well behaved eltwul", clave. We d nolregret this'muchly.' Had wobis they keep the Christians In subjection. The English bing by the labor of the neg prop the District Commanders In in regard to removals -

The Club meets again oa Saturday eight,when .2 .u a honet pachle. bed about 13 o'clock last I. approbation w.would really feel as.If we had are obliged to elerlnat the M.orl In belonged to him & and appointments therefore the order of
jii In addition t the "h reason" an ama'eur day DIKhl In Montgomery county, and carriedto been doing somethbg wrong." New Zealand, and they only hold India by or and several meeting was together up by with heavy a Ibowel Grant Is merely considered notice In advance
where he and
was stripped unmercifully lpebe
band will some excellent music. All linker. 01. -- -ea- pression. They hav4bccn unable to assimilate rluUOn to were necessarily that he would disapprove of such appoint menu,
twelve The de
.. .. 4 1 87DrT.nll by men. reason pll
R.p.r. *>f the C.uIItee Eleimea.lary Irish with themselves and obliged to "
1 are InUe. :....; .. 18 ..... .1TJldful given by these Deg that Ooff ha J'eit B** k.. are keep ferred.-J'efferma (I'U 8"1 as be Indicated.
L41 0' 20t1: refused the Union After them down by force. There Is still less affinity
I .... .. 98 77 t join league. all The following I. of the resolution JEFERfJ IIIORAI AID ASSOCIATION.
II The Cltai Cr.s>. :.lloun. ;'.' ft 11 11701 17 had _hipP him,' they turned him t copy adopted between whites and blacks, and the fate of the of our citizens FROM NEW YORK.!

k We an sorry t say that the cotton pronicctIs | .t1-. 181M9 ... I told he was found In the county again by the Educatloial Association, convened alT.lahlll latter may be easily to the able .plaaltnton the Chairman ;,N&w.on.8ep& 1.-A Are In ,Buffalo last
rer Cke
Iay..... .. : they would kill They also him or It of Proceedings: prct.
17.1 .4 X.- of the which was
I becoming wore gloomy daily, owing the 0".1.. bl. rbb Wo would like law of nature, ElecutTo Cmmitt. to the value of 1.10,000
." 1 ... what money-he .. Steps taken, aih committee on bonks shall t Ihl adopted at to the resolutions night destroyed property
t WSi r caterpillar. They a on almost every plantation OuvII, ...... 111 1211 .. .. ..440Esciunld& we aodrrtnd t bring these scoundrels to justice RIOI" report to the President on or before which seems opposed t right, favoring force and offered by metng.. Ulfl.au.I which were dollars Including two foundries and a tool Factory

4 I aad the derUo already committed 1 ,....\. 1 1111 ... .. 81 hope may be ferreted the let of September, and that the action of said Injustice,but the rules that govern the human an amendment the {lone fireman reported killed.

great 1d gentleman 'Informed us this }'lnklni.h' 70 ,.... ... 14 out and made to pay the penally the law.Itnnokt .- cmmllt conclusive and binding race are Implacable. Looking back on the 'Innt atoltedl that wa'of t space rr our givIng
... .... b cnler Iege' 1.-A from
II 701. 7 (N. C.) .. at all that Influenced the New.YORK, Sept. special dispatch
? morning tt they had eaten about hal bis crop ...... I .. 7 to two yean, and wItot having recourse t the reasons arrival
Sun Francisco the at Van Couv..rLiLwd
1 4 action of the in the of these reports
and that the balance would be 'goes In a fewdays. ) ..... Inl. 515 41 This outrage Is similar t several committed aroc with the above resolution, I violent means by Mr. Helper, It would meeting adoption 1st.

Their early appearance and vigor, Is mutter IIKI.rlgh.... 1nl 26..j.. 01 in tills Stale, one'of which was J.rctle.lln nott 'her throughout the SI.II. b possible t ascertain mathematically tho day r.&lulonl acknowledged They were prlocp.11 tbee an of the U. 8. Steamer, Resaca, with II'ucompaoeaotU.8.

of J.l'kloo. .. .. ., Madison freedman and an Interaled In the cause of educa troops. _
general rmal and no one expert to escape county on a nanel P"aua ote when the African race will have entirely disappeared ) Increased number of skillful and Industrious laborers
their l.f.yete.'J.'IJj/? n, 00, 81 who had made D secret ol his sympathy with tO'1 follovlng books have been 11"1'10 from the United Slates.AM as speedily as possible )I' ., The U. S. steamer Lincoln was at Fort Simpson -

I rnge ... ., .1.l...... .e 2'. 193 11 42 I home folks" In preference to strangers of horn committee < m 2d. The neccuity of offering an Inducement. and would sail for Hltka.
.'T....... Ih'rlY .. 41 20;. 411 2-1 11 PARKER'S SPELLERS LaD DICTIOHARIK*-Worcester'. sufficiently attractive to turn the tide of Immigration Five hundred and ninety deaths here last week.
; knows Independence _..
Illna'. ..8 lit nolxxly anytllng. Brewer tt Esulre Chsussre r .bl to the Southern States and the Inability .
We learn from A. II. OOI.K, flue wires .. .. 444 TI.t. Bto.Ro.lo11' Demarlnem French Commander of remainder
I1 and
01 1.i 1Ifn." his
3 Tho A'ativnal semi-official
enI.lln being badly IntfUigeitter a Jour of our planters at this time to offer a money con-
I .:. Sulher Bre teb.r.
between Havana and Key West a In One workIng New .., f'1 s 24 livatvn by a gong of colored men, who were subsequently 10 nal, urges tbe entire Cabinet Pn-Bklc.nl Jolts- .1 1antl uu Tba gift of land being made in lieu Maximilian's body guard together with,

order. On Thursday last vessel 1 itiver..1822 la Southern Speaker. Rich. thereof and the offer to be kept for some sixty members of the of Diplomatic from
a com Onitigi.k. W meted for the A. we'are Bp&"s&R-IolmL' BON tender their and relieve him open corp

% meDlylog the wires from Punto lianw on ..... ..t..... .8''... 1. 12 111I'ulk. Infore.they plead the oNer oumg.110 t Brother GRAMMAR-, Butler's. .Jno. P Morton Co., of all t ehhlenl rligaiioul.II.nlonloul organization period As this not II yet a matter decided.In which onr citizen are all Mexico departed for Europe yesterday, In the

a molad t Key West, and Friday noon she l'ulnal... ...... 014. / ouKlnl" boo.I" their conduct, but the agent of the Louisville, X1.D&.Kuprollnur.1. & of liU political family. The fnleUigtwersayst Interested-planter*more particularly and directly steamer Wm. Penn.

$ anchored In the bab the cable having bnlucllylad. It_... .. 211 ...I. Frecdmen's Bureau and slopped the Payson. Crosby we would urge all who can. to attend the next J-'
a few days the tL ....... 11. 811.. 44Ilw.nl. ) 1011 & meeting of the Association-Wednesday, the 4lh HIGHLY'IMPORTANT.ACOUSTA .
l cnetln ... ... ) .. 283 evidence that was being elicited on the trial, and Awot.Btn.pZlu.IIIP'YI.n. Dunlon I We are not disposed to heap 1Iche; certainly .
all the difficulties having been ... 11 414 the further result &Srbuerl. September.The Aug. 80.-Gen. Pope having been
it 10 b ep1e lull'r. 171 we have not le.n. not to apply epithets. But what we do -'

fortunately oy'tme. ,)'I.r.... .. .... .. _... .467 813 e. 81. 86V.luHII. These t Brotherhood and .Lai" are a Crosby& AIOworh.) '&Richardson Co.,New say I>thin that the mistake which have been following are the resolutions offered by written to, to know whether there was any truth

f: .i ,.... .. .... U curse a the oot and 10 wh York made, and which have Imperilled the cause ofconstitutional Col. W. O. Glrardeau nnd adopted as an amendment In the report that he Intended Issuing an ordir
THE Wakull tl 11 117 teacher of the not
t JoA mortality bOla among twltl-TII1 UM W.I.n.... . .. 158... 141. 9 the Ilel are more responsible for of every the Association 'Sltt.hough the Importance amember gvermeol. can b more easily to the report: staying' the collection of debts replies i
tdre .t. Ildlr lt.n..111 ...I 11 the outrages committed under the influence of of uniformity and Introduce the set straight by tBO by the old. And' Rewired 1. That this Association recommend !.o conceivable. circumstances could Induct
In team
Ti fot doing duty ell. 1''n been taken. their Inflammatory harangues than the dupeswho works .soon 111)"II"lhll Into their Iboll.abv we apprehend that the gentlemen who now hold donations 01 land to all immigrants, who, as me to Intcfvro with the general business of the

that lr o te wen buried week, and n uII'AI execute W. O. G1RARDKAU, Pres.FU. places In the Cabinet of Andrew Johnson beads of families, shall secure the recommendation State, or relation to debtors and creditors; theonly
quite a on the sick lit With this Now, the moHt timid and despairing cannot tlel 0,1.n. Ed. Association.August t care of our Agents In Europe,and who with their order issued to-Issued'' such
a IM
or to are
more about their than do
l I health of I good study these figures without, being Impressed V.... 10th, 1807. serving country they families shall actually settle and live thereon i
.u ou ciyl very A .ee. about holding place, and that the wide Said lands to be apportioned to families accordIng are considered necessary to the execution of tin
wills the fact that All the Stale will confer favor Iprdfavor -
the In by organisation concert a by
The term of office the various officers '
tl_ year tl Iher I very the State (' cunt giving pprl an Insertion.Jeftrton. with w hicu the suspension of Mr. Stanton to a basis hereafter to be fixed and Inproporllor Reconstruction Acts, which do not warrant violent
to from falling the State first
ekknn.sofauyktnd. .II'euLlon may throughout to the family.
ATd expires number In each The !
in the ord1narvourso of civil buJ-
latette 81. been changes
Aug. received the friends of constitutional
.. into the hands of Monday October next. we are .
those whowould their r J correctly smallest amount not less than twenty acres, and "
t AaUlrcir sessuUe .U... lIon" to and for all u lime the Informed to the policy of commanding 01. gvrmeli. and the remarkably feeble outcry the greatest not leu than eighty. ; "r. .
A neatly printed Catalogue this Institution while 1 .lln. dWrchL doubtfulcounty cer of the District, the unc.will b filled : ._! Pr_Hl.4 t. a.. Ar ris it by his partisan IUpl.ve Itaolttd 2. That 'the only further condition of The people must look for relief to the State Con

.j the past boa been sent o GUnchif lLze I aw.J Ce appointment, to InLI" InUructl' .. OnvesUloB.The nnnitMakaulo awuranco that a thorough reorganisation the gltollond., In, that the grantee shall have no vention. 1 do not consider such matters within
A year i such a* Dnya E.mbla. Is completed under the Ifw editor of the Augusta Ckronidt end& right lo sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the
;; through It, we find that the course of Instruction :11 and Jackson, and The persons appointed must take the oath ot that a recent conversation of that Cabinet wl meet equally wit same except by written consent of the grantor my province to adjukt" __

I dOli embracing nl'thing usually tmnty itiiu vouutie that can te wi.ml.lln Iman the office prescribed for (,I..tr of the Unit States had tYI with agent I of the Freedmen'a Bareau,and the public approval Nor we think that gentlemen but shall descend to the heirs of sold grantee according Governor Orr wan*to deliver a speech at Bel-

,l 4 taught I Fele Bhol o high gmdq, with Interest of Conncnatimu beyond h a ( bfo entering upon thltu'bl L duties. a County a Registrar of thl* we were Informed of their character and services should to the laws of this State, with the limitations ton 8. CL, -day.lo which be will advise the
., one Important which the rlr- pnotor Fl Aig.M Stlt hesitate. Let them leave the President free In above expressed.JietolwJ people to register and vote for a Convention IK-
The neeoml '
eh.ng- wt lion of one of We sincerely hope the Cuion not by him that no negroes In the 3. That to out the of
I te I ter b carry objects this Ing satUficd that the attitude of the In tin
k i comMences of the crlJ the now marked crisis public affair do what negro
clunlr n'11'r rn.p lionactasa.r*' informed as the policy of the it as our opinion that t Association in conformity with the above resolutions
)1 er but highly The accomplished That after the of the rcglalrellon fleer of the t $uch CoTotln. gT when be he may think best to secure the harmonious cooperation that Asa Mar, J. D. Wade, J. J. Bradley Convention and Legislature: will produce a .'underfill -
eOII..lun a policy would,we ther wuld nlobrr.
practical President,Ruv.A. L J4MILTOJ. D. D.. hereby prut'hied 1 State at such time think Dltel.unfortunate that "he knew b quit that would not "pli of all the men who believe that anothergrand n. M. Gilbert, David Walker,' W. J. Bally and reaction In favor of the South throughout

ia not satisfied that bin and the commanding b very 1lllnwl. There Ih.r b one and concerted should made Calvin Davis be authorized and requested to so the North.
j 1..lu
I rUII1 Ih.1 Inleo'i IIR.-e| lnt n of at leant general thirty Is no necessity for such a needing. The Union that orders had been sent out from Atlanta to all rally b t r licit donations of land.
lay .1,1
i t training merely but the opportunity I tl'r. ,Ilnd. wblc the counties that .ll'h the Government from the hands of men Itaobxd That who shall
dyai' public an election lulpprhenl the fueu In the case. I The term negroes must no run this time, every one make donations
I' I at the same time for them lo leant t supervise -I.' shall b held of tdrb"ll>hal t a gnn. for the of office the various officers throughout but wait until the State was reorganized. who are betraying it from Its original character of land for the above purposes shall be FROM WASHINGTON.vV'AsutxciTOS .

a XikAeH and also the UM/ tt* tfttdU."Practical .' l'UI of .' ; a oolhuUo and civil county That continues-This a* a Government controlled by a Constitution,to entitled to all the privileges of membership In Aug. 31.-The Attorney General's -
dots remark
the Slate gaol I the madeto
expire on first was
exercises mill given weekly is) government for nucli Stale loyal to Union t Monday pr a government n jib no other law than the this- Association.-Jtfferton Gaulle, 31tH report, on 11 hlch the i President removed
b add of October true thai, under the us In presence of another at c.pr.e.u" 1
each State un -ssw
the most unproved methods curving, and otherwise CUIV'III"ull except Virginia nUt" 1 I gntema. a ill of We Gen. Sicklta will be published to-morrow (Mon
o to l'OIIII of the Mine number of members a* IbI10 operation our Statu laws, an the Depot of Forsytb, and, a we bav bya legislative assembly. tik. >...v.l of Nhrrldnsi mad Mlckle.. t
4; edibles of all kind o twt. a.t therefore day.) It from It that Sickles held that
and the that
serving up *, the numerous branch the State Legislature the most delicate and the patriotic appeirs ;
I"' o to county officers w nuLl held on that day.- man who U a County Registrar under mOt Gen. GKAST after some delay has finally
I a of4 cutting out I" and log up" any and of such biuie In the year 1840, to to apportioned b way of serving their country on the part he was not amenable to Grand Juries United :
l" But statutes In Ihu case levy Bills and an agent of the Freedmen'a Bureau. yielded to the command of the President and
M article of either for ladles among the counties bdelpldc olVr of the States Marshal, or Called States District Attrneys
every wearing apparel, .Vr dltc. o caLming Cabinet for each and all of them,
( of $ of the We give It publicity the poor L issued orders supercedlng ( BBIBIDAS and
I I will This rea.I 11r11 1\'b gen o te ofC gnl'mlil. Stt p thi ae lihoul while ut command of military district
o glllo. b ImJrL new 11. ing to each representation in the Ito ""e o that the .llce of all Slate may see t what extent the mean whlt are w further hesitation o delay,t place tertljo'lil SICKLES. We give the orders below': a
I lor ought t prove a trump cN fur.Andrew." of voters' regiMenxl a*." aa iu the hand of the created by acts Congress, and in which thepowers t
J It certainly a of much be, 'lld. nearly I lay County officers aAutf N.t" until t MMWWM-I using and abusing tbem Tes Radicals pretend Pdo&ad WASIIINOTOS, Aug.: 28.-The. following was. of the military! commanders are defined.
I l. 10tml'do very 1864 i 89)) The term of to the only friends In the 111e hIUI"'rl'tly free t ac as te exigencies issued to-day:
I ncll'lo even and w e are glad thai at o The IIIOKI numerous ..nl.b of the Slate l'g.Illalur" 'p"Act not expire II the of State, and b then arrange It t themselves negro that of the hour may in his best judgment require. 44 In pursuance of the foregoing order of the The follow Ing order has been Usued; !
on day :
t least one College President has had the gnat of slain Slate In 1860 wa composed oc among ." President of the United States Brevet Maj. Gen. ADJCTAST Gzazan.'Orvlcit. t[

sense to comprehend .the and the 48 uicmlicr, ditlded among 87 counties. We el".to.and I case auih flection shall not b I they shall have a the offices by pretending to --.ss Cauby will on receipt of this order turn over WASUTOOTOH Ang. 89, 186?. 1
Ilu.tnu" held, no I"vacancy" The incumbents have orders forbidding the negroes enter his present command to the officer next in rank r
nerve t look I In the fare. now. have forty countie, three having been formed O'U" present t AN HoMt>T POPE TeaIizVnEsaETaTlvE to himself and SPECIAL ORDER No. 430 : .
l'UFEIIOJ-U. proceed at once to
are, all and valid, the 111 for position. How long will the hon Charleston
The expenses of a nine mouths' Mtwlon a during use w ar. These counties, o any ratio t Il'nl l'ull OK TOE RADICAL PABTT.-A South Carolina to relieve Major Gen. Sickles of Commanders of the Military,Districts create!
officers until black who .
I quite moderate, not exceeding for the (01. that may b.adopted uuinol have low than one legal .by" their succcnor, e JPIehu have lolelgoc writer hi the \\IIInl.e, over the. signature the command of the Second Military Dutrict under the acts Congress of March 3d,1867.ill

!': c leg course and Brd $10 .M"b"t each, and I I I therefore plain that If w ell o duly elected and qu.ll.o. There can be no and Jltc luentnue t ailto ,'It uf"Fair come the rescue of Gen. Major Gen. tik-I.kl on being relieved, will make no appointments to civil offices of person
Isi vacancy In the case unless the nlllcer these mlwblt the portionof I'ly. \ repair to New York and report T>y letter to the
Andrew Incited Cuth. or more of the Con- d..resigns cdd In the who have been removed themselves or their
I College 1 lt carry 1"tnlyIYI Ih.ul. removed in the manner vunjciuplalcd men of this city if the mean whites Pope matter o hi* Order 49, proscribing Adjutant General I by

I but, Ga.-a butulaud healthy village on the vntoll i And But thin w ill not b done ith- o the I statute of the We therefore by t clor already told them that they must the conservative P He put the act dtnclIon By command of Gen. Grant t predecessors In command.,

I Railroad. out organization ad t'l.r. and hence we moat Stt may bn Do the ground othirty rigM. The aBut E. D. Towgsa ..A. A. G." By.command of Gen. GRAST.:
... reasonably believe that the Commanding General not aspire hold office f Hare not the colored wrlrr say .
the of t A.fl.I
urge upon people E. D.
A Nsw PLOUOIL A eat-neatly I every countythe w iLL the (acts in the cone clearly before people of Richmond county been by these ,hat .General done f Precisely TOWKSKSD
vf the a'
i' .1\'rbr Macon Importance of apccdy .tll Some are fo \ .hal every responsible Pup IILIatARTLk4 ARMIES OP ,THE I'XITED Further changes In District commandeN flat '
i TMtpnijA write thai j lisper| a Albany him "U not feel called upon a pursue coun "laiwA" that "orders .were ou forbidding any SUTE&ilUI D. C. 29. Second. '
'; cl.u.of puktlMHiing organization until after au election tion in Georgia for the last thirty has done OTOY. Aug. Immediate or probable. i
1't invented a that open lo objections and difficulties, a* their running for office? and what )tr In compliance w itU previous instructions of the
I b plough I.1..u.o to for delegate.U ordered; but such thatIt 1 many every political editor ten years GeD. C. Tompkins has been assigned (Iolt.f
assay President
r work an Important revolution iu Southern I agri t the tt holeiulu removal and IUI"'I.luR| of all assh&a. blauding b approved and applauded when It of the United SI.1I'8 Major Gen. P. H.
l.y then b too late. Toaeroiiipluh tbegrral ( T New York Sheridan will, of this Quartermaster of the Fifth Military I 1.\rkL
culture. It I in said to the officers la the Statu i olul-Tbe Ti eon- tilled pot.kt lie ba ordered the publicpatronage on receipt order turn over
: \ 10 arranged that the work wring the Slate r11 falling into theLaudaaofextreuusts county -.--- ".1.1 aa follow on the removal Sheridan. 1 .he has power t control it to his present command to Brevet Major General The Treasury holds $340,500,000 as sccuritir
ploughing will b f'lr. the plough run we cannot be to those who do the & Charles liriffin the officer next In rank to him u> a
"i begin to 1001. We see by the Atlanta papers that a Dr. J. M. They gain nothing by the substitution given not oppose line of for national banks' circulation. Five million

4- than light, and the wor will b done uituh belter The |111'1e are now d.pt"II."II.ld Trotter Is lecturing in that city avowedly for the ,'Tbom.lde wl schooled politically under policy* of his C administration.C o No mor. no 5 I lit*. self.worth and Missouri proceed, and without will relieve delay to Major Fort Leaven-Genera coin will be required fyr the Interest on the Tan

I ,'It t common plough. The double many despair i o.'CIUI'llhwg any good. purpose of raining means to relieve the destituteof Tennessee .how Hancock in command utILe Forties due 1st of
the September.
luuo Let me We Department ot the on
; the tl lufutc Rdc.aJ formerly divided
South and editorial friends
plough drawn by t o deeds our iUlt. wrr
not have aUtaiuod thl'11 Missouri.
,1 b ulul..II..gWg I tO. from rig puffing him extensively. They had Ill take his new field duty te most advanced u Whig Id Whig were iu .-
1 either one o two furrows 0 > row, Intoning they could ee no hOI_ b o power and the "Third. On being relieved by Major General
tiiey Ordinaries
..1 | cautious. This Dr. Trotter Is an Impostor and Ideas of North the subject reconstruction. OVro.her" -FROM TEXAS.
I owing \the Und plough bOo. any kind gave up t. battle before I clmen.' Had humbug anti some month since be was completely ." tb O o and all! other pbl ol'n patronage Sheridan Major General Hancock will proceed GALVUTOS 81.-Two hundred aDd 8n> I
without Ang.
; of w Inch can froui the hirgi.t the au organization been month exposed by Gen. Forrest and by coire ro f democratic delay to New Orleans !" &, and
b a there
smallest The woe dune a 1d.'le ago iwndenls in the Courier. The Intelligencer should The TnkuHf call.Uibj whltwulg. That i iI and ne"lpn te whig paper that ppn assume command of the Fifth Military District one deaths from lever In this city this week.
,'ok 1I h .u..r than would have been rf..ol' a motive for effort U their line and of the Deportment composed of the States from fct,''
of deaths
put its their guard against him.-Lnivtttlt paper 00 content with the C.t that theremoval o next year the Democrat There ha been one hundred
I ran b done wit the plough wehanl\now anal this aUteutiott from regutering would not nal o pThe took Louisiana and Texas. nit .U' I
( the
\1 r I of one Radical General only gives place l te they last at Corpus ChrUti. Up to the 16lh but
One I can more and wisit l ihand hate appeared. Organization w Ill fear they could control "Fourth. Major General Georp Il Thomas
blkr dbuupuU) the
ta On dola
which the Gainesville Mi. to another 0
"RDU i saute a downright condemnation Jt.g & w ill continue In command of the ions sick or dead from It
*can do as work. When whig to the Department of
we now and have the effect I
t. crop| Inducing I paper
t" registrationw I knew bun and gn dert the b needed--
Yorick It
; o Alu'llr we wel" This n says i *. Nobody Cumberland."By Much dUtress prevail, and help
I bll clUnle each plough i 1 followed by a here the book have not yet dO' .well a* unmitigated howbu and I There I I"lg.t.dUhoraty 1 I those which ,, law of politic* I utrt ti Fo 11jU I WMa command of General GHAKT."E. Donations for the benefit of the Corpus Chn u

at which completely demolUhe all when they bali b again opened tore day Dr. J. it. Trott*-r, paid Gainesville represent the removal Sheridan lJ of tification, If any .1.1. Jackson's D. TovsgEso. sufferers can be forwarded through 8pof1'' Ti
the plough w' finlbh a row nicely before the election. Again-by Trtl Tte. 0 I II"r wa quoted "To the victors Ashintsnt Adjutant General
0 organizing, e ;
g a visit several lectures slight said that mol
every way through. In breaking up hoist thin shall all feel a greater Interest In conciliating theFniediuco U..Unr urging Ipce It hi GeD Thomu bIg te.pi -. lesion & Co., New York.FROf

plough will run four In Ibr upon the people necessity of eablog a will t I Id that Sheridan till b I here The IadIast,
bedding and them to o the Macon
act "i 7VirujJt
fWL ten b\'e ,
u iyi
iducin t asylum for the destitute widows and of ( la the Indian ST. Loris 211.-A RICHMOND.
4 directing August
cotton will.tow off, up,4 and where the Or.D RIIOnl ,'a. I tuny a that Gen. dispatch from Fort
1 dlUct Pope ordered
t" O".Ub d tum the the South. By the notice It a01a the Hays, Kandai. August *3, im1'!
planting at the pUy" above seen b I; bl that 1 U not the point No sugar-coat- say a courier has just HICHXOSD,August 31.-The following
t same t. Freedmen over to the teachings "ittnnla 0 the official printing from Cousen arrived from Captain Arms to Captain -*
D'blnO to
that be Corbin
The inventor 0 L published u iinpo.ator-ibe same tngotTh77ican.wecthi bitter i lh taut letter on the question of the excluuig
0 this* nlULI. machine ,0 the petiferou etulaaarie who throng a I'\ stive|>res* the necessary the effect that Arms bad a severe battle with
dt take step at a early day bringing county In the State, ho will by the nearly !' opinion me b of him 1'1. here, b did ao o The eom o Contivctioa! bT won a bl'lt or 1".1' eight hundred Indians under Sttania oo the Republican prisoners during the late war U statIc pultt'
b.r repreaenta- *'
before the every 1 lm whim to txptc it lu print; though of our t.i'lo t. Republican party ha defeat i Radical L I te river. Their village was two mile long. day. It Will wrWen to G .E. i"-h"**'
the election
1 ensues ofl, unless we work party,and not officer of
to the
pll go tv te *
ptJ private conversation with citizens Sheridan a Captain Arm repIW
tI .a. Indoctrinated our we aaihthM5thisnimtDr.J.M.Trotterwiflio b been disgraced a* the representative United charged twice through their wig Commissioner of Exchange, but never
rJ ii Doctor Pope, says August* Ceuutita.M hv W them with nine nolionj do ota Stk army. per t Prewdent ma wam The savage fought deperately.Three COSrtDMATK STATE OF JLXUUF" |

fti*, is quiM a*skilful t Dr. Brownlow. The that they may ,o U a solid body against u*.- to.'" t Jil.l. attain such a I O o b appointee... 01 OutliOltiien wen killed and tweety-nve wounded WA flgpnaTKST.Rtcassosn .

& ii white bar an actual majority in Georgia,but that Let there to no delay then, if the people w ant 'ti ....- I sion L i :a* we please, this rb.1 not We shall see.GETTUTO and thirty hone were kfct The Indian lost ,January 84th I ww-- ,

I it majority will not to apparent after the regutrars FLORIDA to remain a fit habitation the w bite (. I I 1llbk Se'.ldltl t tndu'l -.-- severely, but finally repulsed ear troop* Our dead Agent iii *
J. N. 'aVamnea nrra1 E. A. HITCHCOCK
'4 glveaiaaitouchtoth.uaza and Pope run l t 'al..UM. saysthai cpl.i solitary cause were left on the field. There wa an immense f.jor-
>u \
'." word up and man. I I I possible, and highly lvbl. that V.Kiix.J-a 0 the SOtii uL. reports .I b the country the foremoM 01 over the Fu-It ban been telegraphed amount of ktoleu slock in the village. The say- change
.\ ow tug the will rcgUter that I urepre ible Th d. bteveos ages surroundtrj our and the lasted difflcuhie &fl-II
t iiooc. o the Mr. B. Thomas,on ot.11'sad a* such the President "becoming troop fight SiB-In Tlew of the present
1'1ttO more and feeble
tILL Form's letter to (Ic.. Grant recommending more vote* I Stl than tl w bite. But Monday .. out o t ten hand struck him ). Johnson exalts over his I' day."I Me do the*more* tales for every they the three Limos days. Two of the men killed belonged to lag the exchange and release of rn---n.ll.\
g succe.*- i is D oil cavalry,and one to the 12th
expatriation tnumph over Congress, a.tr
political curie remember that the Convention to have be
*1 back to the days of onL lu b compu.edufJd.hNac4.h.cdb pound o cotton. Among the Ib.ri'kr and it L t for h dt Idm The b Ieyp Whenever he Richelieu Captain rou lud one hundred and twenty-five. port that all such oo either aid shall .
t H IAf vuUcidunl tituntut, and pk feigned UUuks- w
wenhlarry5teienn: got lieu, people humiliated lied by a number of their own
The National lateUtgxocer "h J0 } add andsoTba1. Stcveo men.A proper
Genghis Khan. Pope's Cpe. not by popular 'ot tuhl the Suite; 1 a deaf and dumb man, w b got 73 pound, and to their indignation II u the attempt c u> a| to forget him, *.the when world the of world hk exuUnce i* about Kan strong lurce under Major Elliott, and some who,under rule to to eal&blWoeJ..hall <*
evidently in the .iiddIn.RrA.m.ad that "W the white* may b in a Cofenuui 59 pounds. ThIn I away the Inxilt. The Republican party, I by a sick rmo. ill cavalry under Major Moore leave fat of their health w1 too*"
.1 p DIII Yi I certainly 4 al policy of lteronirncdoo. t 1" coult before themesung the Indian village in Bght marching order mined to take charge
I. vole, they may yet certaInly picking ibis b U D Congress, the abal1 art *
1'1 Id t n-a-m/the war Mow I Ihw* I strike o his Constitution Uu mornin A severe Uutekexi-. We IalM> propose that these surseow
I kidney have 0**
004 enough troops lu- I rira with po..n W IWrtv.



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=cont"bttfoi-ior montyj food t'dtlblg, From tb* Washington eorreepoadent of tha Bostoi Smallwood & Co AFFLIOTED; READ THIS, SEMINARY. HOME -'-'FOR.-"Stoo-
'110, Illch' fc fo "*1"1 fortWrelkl Post Hodgkiss STATE A I
and med tMt that A Tftlk Wills Pre.l4 at J.fc...- M -L ..ELYI 1. -
cIDI' t further propose thrflhe Why He *mmer.t**+ .**..*., ..61 : 0

'II'I'CII'I by Ik* gOTcrnment, ami 11$. .e.....,ftr. McsssoTlaiK *)berl.da. Kay16nOleuth! Vite. nu.\: : DErARTY1ET.- Cdr tA1 J b,
inrgeon, ) and all .. -| '
IIIIt llberly at any COMMISSION C mmm
; tticy hall haTe make In a pleasant conversation of some length,wltb rnitfi UT SESSlOX wn.f C )M FNct ON G. M. RatTle.

. 1 :tiroug' the agents of excbange to President Johnson I remarked that lIe wa I trot Gcrmsa tlnlment l I. sn slnimt Infnl-, WHOLESALE, AND RETAIL I, MUS n.\r, fcl'lembr 7, HOth GujietTs, '
only of their own acts but of any charged with having removed Mr. Stanton in order THIS cure forRheumatism June, isi*. : ; 1 :
not welfare of the prisoner to obstruct the execution of the reconstruction The InoUtntn wi be tinder the charge of J. T.BF.HN NO FAILURE TIIIS TIME.

miners relating W the acts of Congress. BEATER BT., XR1T VOBSK.. I ., ,. INeundKla t.Rhconmlle and other. l.tcd by Miss, C RAU'OLrl! ,
(trully.yourolmlicntscmnt He asked what Mr. Stanton bad to do with the competent lustrelon.TERrj o
ROBT. OclD, Agent of Exchange. execution or non-execution of these acts f These Psltn In the DEALER. IN, To Take Place in Macon

tobacco merchant held a meeting and acts conferred the power Into the hands of Ota, Back Ir.'I. Per Setolon one payable In advance balance .Ga

The. tho Oeafelaad (Ohio)Tobacco Grant and he had placed Grant over the Wai W. T. Wood Agent 8h. Joint, on tat February,1-: OCTOBEBL6-I807.'

.,? ,I legates to Department. lie could not understand how the **** Academic D'rotl'nt..,.......... 00I'rlmary
f .
ronvonti-1.- t b; heM OB the 11th Pfcmbcr change could be construed Into purpose to defeat ToU..cbc..rOIS headache, ............ 4 0 -
was taken lvdy from the BuPreme the execution of the Reconstruction Ear.be 8rru& I InrUlrnt.il F.xpenncs.............. 0 'IY only object In offering this attain for public
Vn appeal proper mi' STREET, HATAnNAn. U A.AS ,.l.olnl. Extra eb.trgo ro Branches| patronage prompted by a desire to fell toj
Court, Virginia to the United State Snpremc laws. ,Tbe President further remarked that at cet Bites, Modern, LoIIOIC, Oltonl( ,)..,......... 2 0 Reid Estate nil at once,or lot It la time MUmpt. I
the CM of Paul rs. the State of Vlr one time General Grant strongly Intimated that hums, 11(. i \u.lrr.. .................... 1 0 have reduced the price of tickets In the reach of all,
Conrl''In unless Mr. Stanton removed he should be ? ... .. and have the list at fair
writ wa I issued from the united was --.a.-- This be lu every For \'coIIIInl,.. ...,. ... plnrcd e"fbllo. a y
( bll'C
gnia. The compelled to leave here as be could lx of no horses Rat r'le1.loa' r. Fppr. "alon.

Slates I t Court here and relurnable at Washington( possible we la view of Mr. Stanton's overbearing Ask for Kay( ton s Oleum Itw. Take no othor. Pies.. Board ( Fourth Ticket Tket"i 1o I

Thl. l 10 the flr*' case of the kim' which h" oc and dictatorial conduct. The President advised SOME OF OUR HAVE iNTt- Sent by E I'rl for '1.KAYTONSMAGIC. Aniu. Xl>, '6?. \IIf Every P :
him to have t talk with the Secretary of War a preference rRIEND of Cotton In - Prlae Worth .. .
rnrreil. would understand each othei esubllih branch .. -- .
and perhaps hey have concluded to a t
Bnna.b. All Iho Plated Ware, ;we ofler li put down atthelowest
with tho at that which will them the I .c
OIILEAS8. better. lie however General, point give STATE retail Ton
that Mr. to be and he benefit of our services there ss well as In New > coe. 1.
i. AoMces Irnmlla. remove ; chance of getting the beat prise
:'Augusl York. We Savannah tb.lls
XEW O1II.tt* then Inquired of General Grant take are rrrcenle at by. For the cure of sndden Conehs and (oh-, AHtluun, -
,ana to 27lh nit. have been received. charge of tbe Department In the event of achang Acid Stomach, l. barn.1or sc.ilkness TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA 'J'ilR: EXERCISES: : I Til MALE FEMALE ONLY ONE DOLLAR!

III|, rumored there that a general quarrel had Tb latter promptly expressed his en (bolcl l'llp., snil, 1'1' In the -, ... -,., \ JL Ui-pim mi-ills. orho 8emlnr1lb( flrmcrluh.r The price aiktj for tickets I.'exceedingly small,;
between General Maroano and Scnoi to do so. I W -T WOOD, a Special Agent,; 8iom 8.0 by Exprcrs ro 1. I Mnjnr ( ... both ulder a the hlArd cl competent In view of tbe gain In prospect. If yon should mil
taken place I referred to the rumor that the General had >U.I> HF : ATtrntlnn tcnchcrs, he "uO.d on thn first, second or third are many
t Lara the chic! administrator, and that they are eventually protested kgalnatlhe rmovl. and the Kayton's Dyspeptic Pills, \\n> > of I'FCTTLI\Irh'nla. C.Ti, |1'lhlr, Blrwf of Hrplrtisbrr.My others which ar worth. 'p.re' 'fold the

: speaking terms." It k further asserted thai President frankly said such was case j that and he having 20 je experience, being generally Mi Iniy n.\ eil trljcteilMPrk. unliT of'the ilmeirul of Kdiiostlon.F amount nulnerlbed. -
lor |I' ,
I n lill- 1
not' kind .nc Ares sure and pleasant euro ij pemln| /cne..lylo ]l'rraidemil., Those who prefer on adopt plan )Ia orderlac
of taxation Mm but known a til
written a
the very .
The Et'IE8
tile former ulll quit new system Gne"4 & tons Dlnoriers Constlpftltoa and nil d "rd"fA of ; tickets I When the amount wish to Invest
went Into effect on yesterday. Well-In- prvt nole In which bo had intimatedbis Ibo iJTor Stomach and Bowels, nml when taken Jlly 21. 1011 s amounts to .ranch as ,'J6.they can deposit tk.
fears not regularly will eleanse the blood. Thee arc the In hands of
I re\'otllton. houJ amount they wish to remit th some
fniipil parties feel confident that the reform will Secretary Stanton be superseded. 1 fritlrat Judsie ..foltom.given greatest Anll-Blllous Pills ever plneed! before the DRUGS MEDICINES MRS. HANSOM'S gentleman who will Inform me of inch deposit, and

the pine( to the.olllllatlllI' could not appreciate the Geenl'.I, feAr on this public. Sent by mali for 30 eenu per botAiltlre 1 will tend him the tickets( provided I am .ca.lat
l Isfust': approch! I I pcaceMtntin score ho had directed the change.I ** all o.lcn to the proprietor, ed with him, or he can give m.good

Tim :tonntry Is busy dictating then told him that tho same charge "'R full assurance that we can, through him, ob Prof. ''H/ H. ,KA'Y TON FEMALE SEMINARY, to hi. honesty, .'1. He can do this by sending me
The Mipreme government against him for removing General Slierl- lain as rood prices D that marhelattorda. the certificate of some county oMc.rwlthth.. conn
laws to Insure that end, and to regulate mao and that many supposed his pur was to Oar Mr. D. II. POOLE wl reside m"ly.1 8aT SAVANNAH) UEOltUIA, TAINTS OILS, WIt.MINOTONN. c. ty or Slate seal. -
.. of ,
an h, Mell Mr. T.
( nn .
m.ry branch of public administration. prent. dn. execution of the law. whom will Mil Mr. WOOD In nOo&ll with our A. A. SOLOMONS A ('0., Snraimnli,(In., Wholesale sa. .5. PRICE OP TICKETS-
French and British ministers left the city thought quite absurd as the other friends. We are prepared to make tbe usual Drugglmt and Agedts. for the sile of time above rpHK: NEST t K:$?lilN' OK TIIIS INSTITUTION '
The Ti law same whether Thomas or .I ,III begin on tho ?th ol tvtoher, li't?. W II KN ORPKRKD MAIL Oil UPRZ.S 1

.f Mexico[ on the 8th fnsfint for Vera Cruz, tin- Sheridan, I was was In command What difference r.mcdl.AI'rl3 1S07. 85-ly- Perfumery Toilet Articles 1 IIP, alilcot, Irfcl.n11 every hmncb alone .1 be One .;;.'...1 00Five.
-- T.k.I-
tier prper escort, with all attaches. could it make who eecuted law Could any employed.The mot accomptl.hcd and experlcneed Profes.son ... ................ 460Ten
The United States yacht Oriental arrived to.IIy one question the ability or patriotism of Gen. Advances on Shipmentsthrough nf Music and of Anim'nt' and Modern Language ......i .t 0
from Punta Rassa. She reports not having Thomas? TAI.LAlA8SEESASH Sec., &c., &c., hove been secured Kl ven....
I then asked why General Sheridan wits removed French will behnb'tiinllj, spoken In the Seminary.For Twenty .1800Fifty.
Mc'n steamer Narya ah the way.? Saw a ..... ..,. .4
the ? : : ns to Liverpool,and consignments In transit BLIND DOOR particulars apply to 0

fnlted States steamer off Cape Romano. Mr. Johnson said there were two good canse. lo New York and Savannah. "hleliln> |I. no* iceelvlni, ;. and Will Sell a.IW ai, 1 Al. KOBKKT: UlSm.WASHINGTON\XSOM,, 1'lnlI"1 Below will be-0-found of the Prj,

but only one had been considered ; the frsl 8MALWOD, HODGKI88 A CO. A x can be nll.t".II.v anv .'llhl.hm.ut In tie 8111.. u'Ang._ :,_IN\7.__ .-I I t Cotton PlanUtlnn, ,.lo acres, | 00
IEU9iiiiO'Eh 3LonoAinat hi A was rather of a personal character, and been Sept 8 10 JMOULDIG Orllr mli tut .. receive prnnipl 1 Eight ROD Home and two acre lot 110 .
; $ .'IflsVporied Irrc that overlooked. The telegram of the 23d ol June -Notice. FACTORY AI"'II..n. nlil I be Illloil at a. low (11"0"If llu COLLEGE ." "In ( '4,000 fJO

has given Prussia peace _uranCt'. Which was so disrespectful to the EscutT\ .,here In pemon to select IIlislnek 0 Acres Land In Macon county 1,30000
Trance bee claimed by General Grant LL persons having; claims against the estate 1 emitlil! t1st" I iit r"I,1111 artlelustQUININE. : I I. 1,00000
It Is reported at Paris that Foreign Office suoroswir telegram to and that no official notice of A William N. Harvln, deceased, late of o .-s0- N 1.1'IfjTON. "1:1.o .'. lao .' \ 1,00000 ,

Is of pacific tendencies. .. Us existence blmself yet reached President. county, are notified to present the same properlysntbentented 100 'coo 0

The Slutigardt official gazette denies that A But the second ground for the "moTI tb of General within prescribed by law or SIZE OF I VJ! IHIT1Sno\ : lien It, K. UBE, f"cl"If."II, ,1 by. a corps of twenty 100 n I QQ 0
< they will be barred I and all those Indebted will Inatrui'lors I'roTV'Mor of I.0 .. v> \ n.
Smlliorn German Band was broached at the Sheridan, the of powers which he make payment Immediately. AM,]f (Thu. II"Aft*. J IDf". I. MlAO\ 30
did not and the exercise of his legitimate A liege .iil>pl of Ijnlnlne, ebolen, brand, In start
JOHN T. IIARVIX, Adm'r. ) .
Conference. TPARIS p 8 10. 3 fort 4W Inches.) 3 "' I0< In. ( rpllK NEXT 8ES8ION will begin on (ho THIRD
Nilzlmrg rj- powers and oflcnsivo manner. Sept. 8, 1961. 100- tw to 1 12. Sfocttos 4 fiit fl'. AIII for sumlui liy L THURSDAY and end on the Hrd ao 2 two oo
Angus 81;noon.-The Emperor's pacific I asked if he would bo kind enough t desig to ] u. feet 101, foci a' I l.1VKLY.fl Thursday II Irl'I'llrr. 1 Half Acre Lot and two room HOBS
I Jlnc" ,
speeches affected the Bourse favorably.Rrntcs .- nate what acts lie included under latter 'Porcelain i It ] 16. I fct Ii I fret 10", LnXlngtoo flay .nwhed by*t 1
clause. I. Ivory Types n fit* <\" --- or Ilixlien on the Virginia ('.'mtnml' Railroad| from I Quarter Aero L and I room louis
firmer and : 111 18 300
higher. IX)
i as1'h v, ; He said tho removal of Governor Wells was 8I't 41' 7 fool 8i, or by singe rrl, 111'k'. on In Atlanta,
b1l'.n.11 I'
Napoleon spoke at Abdeii.v'Ile'; \ cosMrroil uncalled and Governor & Bodies of the abnt .11 l -s nlwnjs" on hand, ginned time bburl' rol. 115.Quarter Acre Lots In suburbs of.Atisnt .-
entirely 0.
his enthusiastic'reception evidence of the Wells bad fo at unlstdable! disposalthe JPHOTOGRPHS. or without gia... Ilnlo, mum,?,* lit suit the above OILS OILS OILS. For further particulars apply to Cleik of the Fnenlty I 1 ta. 1110:colt: ech China, I.IWOOO aw
pla THE LA- all other nt short Irledl. 0
site also ror Cataloguo.
patriotism of the people; and alluding to the whole machinery of tho State to aid him i EAINTID by Mns. AFER.. Ordp. Bllnils V Inch narrower ,nml'l'hlo, "i Im'h 1""I.r nll.'I.- July tf, 'OT. M-21 I orul.Concord Boggles,I.each,iMO 0
Mexican question be did not consider French i In the execution of the reconstruction acts. Nor at the Cltylolel or st either Basbcs.. .' j eighteen crt \ail, ISO 0
13A each915
had time tatter ever Indicated or pointed opt a sin Book Store*, Mt.ode to. COMMON IK10I19: KEROSENE OIL I A .. en.mele 1'.t'b8, | 0
honor} tarnished or prestige Impaired. German gle act or word of the Governor which was cal Mrs. Kenmore wn aso Instruction on the 81lE\ W. E. W ARD'SSemina'r. .'S 10.el. BOO O
and of Europe Italian Draw feet(t x ft feet n 1V thlrk. 10 Tea Belts, .1 U plcees csch, ITS .tOO 0
even Is left France tranquil, the peace culated to embarrass him in the proper executionof In the Lnl.g I Iln.ll. eob 400
Pno In Oil and Water ,, feet x n fort tU:K' Ihli k. Sl'rF.nion ll.osumtfaa. that usetl"lirleHuin 10 lur" 4 0
remain undisturbed, He will do his utmost his duty. On the other band General Sheridan I Or QI'\U'f' for Ladies 5.1
had endeavored to execute time! law as a par B Frl and Flowers, Embroidery \e. ) fet a 7. IK to I',' Ihl k. by l b"'' purposes,slsnMACHINE Young JiKO 10 FItly Pdura I'lteher., ell1,2 0
ami morii liberal
to promote trade Institution 90-2m 8 X 7 feel 8, I!. tlikk. Ilaorl. ccn. 0
tisan,and had adopted radicalism as the only 8 _.. with or without ; lunuMIng oC all TKNN. 10 Dke&1"'Yllale each, ISO 0
: OII.s
*. true test loyalty. Ills solo purpose seemed to kinds for door 1011dIII0\1.\ .; UuKd ami O. O.Mouldlnl : 10) I 1.10" 900 0
and degrade the Notice. klniln 11', ,,' slid 'JO) plated Castors, 000
negro supremacy white; of various ; School. j t.e. 0
FROM GEORGIA-CONSERVATIVE MASS lure such conduct I deemed it my duty to relieve School commonly used for Illhlll.' M011th11, MECCA 011$, A Suporior Boarding and Day HOD,) lold 1'cii In rases, :SO.
MEETING AT COLUMBUS. him from that command. O.8M ITII'8 SCHOOL All order promptly eX'III1 T rlll".I. ano sotls heavy plated Castor* 0 e.b.11
TUB the lIt of OP T Point* I*) Ikl Mrh. ili >. ) heavy plated Fruit Knives < 0
GA. 81. A did think Governor Tbrock-
(C'oLtnfBcs August large censervatlve o Ilnqalr If he not reale Tuesday day IA WI. iVI'UATKS: OILS. l.V) Butter. Dishes 5 0 each
meeting was held here to-day. It was attended attempted to thwart tho General in a tober neit.AngSO W .Aug.23,1107. 111-uI t KNULI8H ANt MATIIKMATIUAI.: tUllIK.: Mi) ('la.r Cups,heavy plated, 1 0 each !
execution of time law. time.UIO with lest cliu colleuea. 130
by a large number of whites and blacks.The proper He answered emphatically .No, sir; the records --- DEW OF THE ALPS.T7OR CASTOIt() Oil( i t of MII'I'I'iu.|' .' i1iuimflty| J. PUKE FRENCH by a Frvneli Teacher, Uennan 1WO Cnrlltuda.Bol.r Kil'.,heavy plated I 25 to :0 0 eel

meeting was addressed by Joseph William the reverse. The Governor of Texas and Spanish InS ._Ion. Our rates for these, tOO > Forks, heavy plated. S each
pro NewOrlens
Top Buggy.A sale wboteanlu all Ihu In
and BcnJ. Holmes(colored of Tennessee.) Great iso placed the whole civil 0&, by Mohllc lr.," New : though '.n.other school, will b con- 3000 Steel Engraving, I S3 each
machinery .& J. Cbarh.lnl, Inl'nll' 0.11 UNSEED 01.I I;,,ihti l anti Uuw, nt tinned. MM setts Tea Siioon.. 3 0 each
enthusiasm prevailed and resolution were at the disposal of the military power, STYLISH LEATHER TOP BCafY. or snpe- York. ; II. LATIN ANII (IIIF.EK. WITHOUT (' ARUE. AM) sells Hold-lined Salt Casters 8 1 each

passed. demanding the enfranchisement of all persons It In every way possible, except in the manufacture rlor Philadelphia make, for llo. f 400- Dew of the AlpsReceived ti. : IcOn. U vital to scholarship. .11 ii." says Urn.P. 1" Goblets, S 0 each
of Radical majority of voters and In securing less than cost and freight. HOPKINS.Aug unI.Y'In M..b. .a ielrUitlon of tbe principles of Denert Spoons, S 0 each
white and colored, and the right of negroes a negro TblswaGvmorTrk.morn'l 30 Wugst lb. fiat l'romluO st the Paris F.xseIIion.| lnll..o.I M -47Plan --
Ipreml. T -- -- Allr"lte
to hold office J Jfc&Conler tpsVvalled, until the slnnhsg, wa 4. MUll MA\l ATTlACTIVI by new seven r
Dew of the Alps. ; 1 of Raffle.A .
of Col. A. R. Lamar of this who by General 111'1 'I"e praetlco.
speech city, was Sher.n" '
r{ President to theproper 30 1867. : A. rlCIIOOL IEKlh. new ( ilf lit style.l duplicate number for each Uekel be placed
said to the as The f the not 'WIIITE LEAD wi
soldier of the The manultu"( .1.0ro.111 only
Interrupted by garrison. execution of the reconstruction acts were nt : II.) .iic: ITVDII.-TbobrAulfull'alth'j In a round hoi, on swell pieces of cr .d mixedIndiserlminstely.
recelfd premium xru"Unn ; I of last| Cst I umber .lakrs tb.
soldier was promptly'arrested and In the ,
not understood by the and that I were decorated by Tie
clearly pple JII"'ror.Dew FAtM OF SfPFIIIOR IHIVNIia OF 7. (1OOD -tlin bill for IIDrAr ten lInt prl e. the the second prise. Every
guard house Last night a demonstration was would like to bear them. of the Alps. IN great ; .. i'HIIOVIi unri: :. luontba ..(40.10. Result of 10..1 tlor.Il'gh fourth ticket tale. prim. The drawing will take
made by the Radical negroes to mob Joe WI- i i H. answered that he could not express them -.- dry and VAlh'ly, tbu. l lung> "I"ro..r ventilation and llltered wll'r.H. plae In pable,. .conducted. by dMBUnatfttTnxtar
linnis and Ben Holmes. In a few words. U* desired a fair registration ol For sale by all tbo Drllllst(froi-em and Fruit; M. LIVELY. MORAL INrIJENCI-lrrd luAI.ln chapel, unllor otb.
all qualified Totl without regard to race or Stores In the United frco(..1. t'ull. j full descriptions of property and ny references I
or their Ibo Muhbnlli.IIOMK send for circular u tax sobMvylwUl
color. He wish to give advantage to I
ELECTION ORDERED IN ALABAMA. any and Wines. II. INFLUENCE.aoelety of Iho, toll, I
Brandy Rum -oSpear's -- 111'.0 to t..
bays only OUt place
the white men, but much less was be disposed tom :
I .. ,
91. General ha Issued & BROSAre the Elln.u.U* ,Table, thin many
Where the
the slaves to the
nell 1,0 cases old Cognac Ilrumly,ImporUid ripccUlly pnlltd enllure Indispensable to w.ny.nd stii.
an order for an election on the lit of Octo- bad the majority a I Can.be private.ule. Solution valuable to alt : j
tat, on the question of* Convention, and for delegates I wished them 1 eerci power old Jamaica and t>l. ('rmi lt Kmn, bottled Preserving Total) IMMIUO. pur year from Swi< (.| ',aecord. Those 'who wish to boy tickets In this Special 1
white vote 11' ority. [In Texas, he before the war. Inn, studies. The next teuthm will opua on |hriral Plan ran do aa I sell a one dollarIkkot
the There election 1 f.lo..1 wi
to Montgomery same. and Dallas are forty have each districts. fivedelegates. desired that white majority be executed controL with- He N' .w M. ."I.. fiww N. Orl.BB.> 10.0 cues' Madulrs,various, Sherry Iraui.1aIl and!!Port arruned aonie( )pure very, WILL I'REElnL., KINDS, ( Il, ,OF., vn\JI.\ .n.Mdir !. .. ...h.r". for fifty not take; It.dr. prlie a yon pay I'J 4 4forlheprlseor j j
wanted only the law to fairly \\OLFK. Jllr. I rll. )1\1.lc. glvliiK full burnished on 1.1.01 oDedol1 '
for Hole by \\01,1'10 iVc., "r 1',1.1"110' larlhII.r. lleksl ,,twenty-five cent*; .a
equal chances to all. This was being denie New York.KnUtbllniird wllautaNIKhth'l\,\ .lb"aUDI"r. i. 1
his 2 Itr"'I. .011111 11Ihalol.IIY.. W. K WAItt) .4 for price DI' .IL, < ODe ndvanlaf
... them by and ( Frlnelpal.AlI Ie o
Gene Sberd Gardner's Flour. lu l. x. the bra.canned" frutla whl.t I. n'o A'"hl.lho this way I I. I I should pay
mode of the people admits tint fruits, .%r., .-11 raJ lou
THE VERY LATEST. Wi Aug.23 l 116?. ofolh'j. Cr k""II'K flv or fifty relt. for a 1.bo"l.i
with the tyranny despotic government.I DNotce. In large of nallg tl..r'1> IIIleloure a blank you are out only so much t
-_- p remarked that the public would not be able to Sugar Cured Hams, tbereuy urtnu at least. UNIVERSITY VIRGINIA. was one. dollar, yon wou1 b 01 fifty or seventyfly. -
understand why be struck down In one im8. Is* the font Jurm I rents more. -
department and yet suffered 1 to in an Best Rio Coffee It will preserve milk from, twenty., fmir, tothirtysix -Cl-i O. M. OULLZTT., Oriln da.
other. 'rilE OP rxlMlnibo- hours longer .woc will nnturally keen, NEXT SEI4RION OF TIIIS lINBTITUTIONL Aug 3. iNS?. I") .
YELLOW FEVER. He replied other changes would be likely .. .ren L l.m.opiarmh.' uld'r the eaoilug U to furnish more e'.mlnl"t I ""llho.I 11 begin on Hi. nrt of OCTUHRK. INS "
tbat ls thisday elY
and of LEONARD K .1
New OKI.BASS, Sept. 9.-30 Interments from to follow T8 10 TA proper Investigation 'a Brow name dissolved style by mutual consent. 'I,11.1 II'.h.' .. a lllbo Is wsrrantod perfectly healthful .,Iul rlluttual.and! anil on tlin Thlr.doYlree.dlaJ.the 4lb. ol.uly.
the of one or le, can be relied upon 1 being time i.I.o\.t\ al. \ !
fever coadu carried at the old stand by INTo
yellow yesterday i among them were Tom other commanders were on ) : 'rll",1 bet nintbod la the world tot pr""rlll fnill, Ac. ha .dlll.,1 aa a student, the applicant mnit

King the lmgIUanitL. T.MoCormlck.oCsronilailMahaska. the .who WU'che I. I.EI" :\11. Full directions for a.I.. wlt. Dch 11.11u Try II lie yrara (,if .1". There la no preicrihedrurriedmi -
playing -- -
\Stlr. and bo For the or nf iimllri Institution. Enry.lu' VOIi'ULU
c the-greateat apprehension as to the future of our _Aug. 27.lsl7.i W-lt 10nlne" 11. lr"l HY drill msy'srlrrl schools b* will attend, but In BT
An official order relieving Sheridan Wall recvivcil >- Government, yet said he still relied on the good neExtract&** AI 1\ the Arndmiiln )tl.licparlmrul h.must attend*l least

this morning at headquarters. General sense and patriotism of the people. In his speechIn EKSYI NATA.AII. For Sale. -1- three, link*, hy Iruve of the ITscnltt h. be allowedto C. DREW Jacksonville.
the United States Senate In December, 1860, atlruil hs than I three. The method of lnlno ,f / a
(mrlmmlMln; telegraphed; upon his arrival Mr. Johnson said be had denounced the party FIFTEEN HORSE Ina.lu at of Beef II I II linn la hy ..'IIr.l.n.1) tel books,accompanied by ._-- .es-. .
n cn. Sheridan will take his departure. ColonelsKnivytli who would break the Government In order FLOOR ANEW ENIISF. rupudiy' dully r"II.U, ,",. \"Ior.lll.Is illtlilrd a

Sheridan. "'\Moore accompany him. lo P"r. a'f"I he had also denounced Best Georgia New on.l rd additional. bo.e Iou power.Work. 1 I liiuUilliury r'I I )Eli: TIIF. JUICES OF ChOICE: Ur F.F run. thrl.I"Iorl""t. I AST DAYS OF A KING-An HistortJj .

-----t v tbo wold ilb1 the Government In order a forty.eight saw, '', Tn be ) cenlruled by evsHirallon| and etll..I.111 llu< I.-'AI'ADKUIO.Win. oal Komaiicc, translated from the German .

FROM WASHINGTON.WASIIINOTON to abolish lie wa equally opposed delivered st Htaiion 8, P.A O. It R. 'hiA I lul has 111 ril.value of twenty time its 11; of K.: IVIers A. M I'rot of Lla.' of Merits 1 lartmnn by E..Mla.
I Mary
for immediate
to both extreme now, and *only wish was for never been Irel'te l 0" lrd, prepared the pru.I.111 1".r U lllhliTiili-rvr, I'h I Ira.),.
-ui.a. .
Sept. 2.-Nine regular -- of Huff, ., ., I.
army a speedy return of the fraternal relations among J \ Tlu. will b ,plp security being Il..u. .a. F..el.. sale at tb 111" ufM AlY I.t 11.11 liucri'. 1. '., I'rof. of Modern Lanrir "It treats of this clueing of tie Ir. of tb*
have ; "ea.
ciirgcnns died within three week the o.llllal..t. .:. rlbuu. Iwre I.HKI.Y: '. .. unfoitual Joachim Mural of Nal.Tb.
Btate to
Simon Cameron favors Impeachment further "artcular.apply I. ii. Vemomli,!, A. M I'rof. of Katlmrmmmtits.l.coi.old tal* of bl* trayla death I I. too well klw.1 our
-* M4fWolsV'tt
FHUM BALT'.O.EBacn Aag : -0- J. Honk, A,J'I. I'rof. o( ApplIed| Maltie renders lu mired a rerulac. lo the aOll .
Revenue -- -- .
receipts Io-Ilalll,11OOOOO ,. worked
mat InKniiicla But all time a powerfully
The Secretary of tha(Try Deceived %dlaimtrh RJIn01.have been n received AJ..U..UI4.Rgislrtou"Iurn. In full Shoulders ffrlslrtSlsiSBi Hrlntapfo are put SOAP I II. ttinlih. A. M., Prof of Nat. I'btloaiii.hy.|, t.l..- bat of a.u..Ce'D" Ik. pow.r of lbs
frm In and pint with proprietor'sname .of .
up iuart botte tl. H A. M 1'rnf nt CUrralalry. great C'olonna fapilly, tb lb DaAne
1 from special agent Bell, stating that only counties In Alabama.. The total I L 160,000. on the bottle, luhel.WollVat ((1| li. l.poluli-il Kept. 4tb,) Technology eats Marahal of faDe..1 eombln to
tlirrc of the twenty-six custom house officials are White,72,747) blacks,88,248. Sugar Cured Hams. -- Highly Medicated. amid. Alfrti ultural Hi '*. work .Urtv by pnrJa they notvIn .
mi duty. The has ordered the customhouse ,. .-klilip|.. are good W, \|..<.ulli-yl I' I'I I.L. !'.,. Prod of Moral Phil.ij .
Secretary It'1'I'l.'ll "
Only ten candidate are announced in Die for Itheuiuatlain. C 'hut SOAP CURED CHAPPF.D hI.N104.ilt. I

further down the river,outside of the clly.uhnillAn' State for one It -. 1 l'I.Eon the face, Bcald llcsd, Hull llhruui,. ico.( ir'eii. HulmiM, I.I. !1..I'rl of l.t"r.Literature of". "ol. wi b Dalao .aay- t-order on. receipt
1 or'bl clo. Imlok-nt, Ulcers, lull, i .
NAILS. Ringworm
[ adopted heir young Iturblde, I Teter. III.r' aoII"'I.II' A. the iin-wnl supply may b. a .ew
r Hold .! t..w..I Cask .Prico lti.li. A* II tnakesa r awl
Hllh bin grandmother are at Georgetown heights. A gra Massy Patent ged1elae. u. <1A KEns Mount Dop Nails Shot, Powdi-r, snd dlclnal properties very tioliiuiiiua. 1..I..".. I I-LW. supply, will.be ori2u1red. !.
,)U aeotrl..1
The change In the cotton tax, from three to have become popular among the afflicted by being W. R WILSON 4 BRO. Percuaalon U, 1M7. 60 A. F. tl'IU.EILApri en. It In superior| soaps f.r (lie Inl"1 I John II Minor. II. l I'rol C'ummou aud Blututu : I J
and, .
Into notice the columns bath. It all roililinc Iroin r.e l.aw 1rr
l two and a half cents per pound goes Into effect constantly brought through Aug s W -- r"uoe. .
and make the ad 8 II. Hiinllmll I'rof uf Onatltut.paal .ulllolern.
of dlnre.t paper; buttbIsI.aotthe cas* siLk Dr.layton' TO A I.I. WHO gis.fi.iqion.Vuit&s b..lh1. )Hture ol ,
lii-ilay. fur wholesale lad Drug .
1.11 tional Uw, er.Dtol. and CqolijrIII. NKW: AM E111CA-1ly: Ilep.
,Oleum Vlt-t, Dyspeptic Pl., .e., ss they Model School for Young Ladies. % Is manufactured. lu .
lebe. lpp M. LIVELY. I I l.-Mxnlt"At.. corji.rcmn Edirottheatlieneuni"
lu the '
FROM PANAMA. by the wonderthirurse they ,b.brought Holland by proprietor ,
',(" ., Aug. 23.-A revolution to restore themselves Into public favor and' commendation. -0 and 1 imi. witrruuted Uie .u'et.llijuor evtr unu.uL.otured. -- -0- (Tu b
Mue nero was discovered and the leader*arrested. Being manufactured by Dr. Kaytoo himself In this ANDREW FEMALE COLLEGE _.:: \\ -_. For Medicinal Only J.O".I.t'. al..I.1 I. I'ror of Poyslolofy sid Hnrgvry. .Mr. Dismiss ka*writhes Uurk4Ady and well,

The Peruvian will city,w.do not heallM &couawnd them to timeIUffriDg.li.ir. Poses J. H < of Anatomy and SI sleet.. and we can reeaU BO pnvloM book on Am.rteaatravel
allow I.
Congress Spaniard JcJWrtlwr, CUTHBERT, GA. White Corn Meal .lvl. whIch dwell .fully.OB tbes* mach nerd
to remain in the country. The apprehension of A H. Mauiiln, M l>, and Pharmacy. siml4i.cha.-Lumdu.. lb...
the rctuin of the Spanish fleet U dLi Wi,Ar upon i nejrtSckoul Year,3fu day,Oct. 7. WHITE COEN. ,MEAL kept E. rnnatwitly on bue I 81FIllU J. K. C'baui-ellor "r.f,o'e1I.r of Anatomy.The 050 fraught with iDitraclloi .Well .aou*..

The work the : Lodge .No. 6 I. O. O. P.Bretbrenarsfeumhmdedtbatthere -0---offered BIA\VUIW. : UUANUV, aKgnxnl..|1.cUses of the student,for the a.- meal 1 lu U eagorly soaghl and "t" .
on' battery baa been suspended.Motxjuero Len SUPERIOR f.cUtle ire Young Ladle la Mrchm. 19, 16tt7.. M. I FmNCI Ion, of ulna month' rulutlveof tit bcuksclolb- thinking AiucrtoBuC'-&_ Tu '

la lu be tried fur treason. a edu'.on .old; and |I. bet U'UII', will b*about a* follows! The book contains Illustrations from original pbotograiiba.
Dumber,) M'olle'-i
( MrhHHpp- lug
will Tbe Tobe M'Uer rODr t .I. I : r tinted .. ucfbo..d I.
ebureb. their by all Grocer* WJII( : I. Fur Hi" A i uil.ullo Student,stlradlog Ibr.Pro- I I.printed on "anj
MARKETS..tcULaTA. be represent booubaID ilolh. Price II It). Mailed postage pee.psi.t
[ a regular meeting of Leon Lodge, reapeatlve department of th snr- feasors, ':uiAb run .
Sept 3. Cotton market dull; sales I 'No.5,at .their Lodge Boom,this evening paaaed.Tb. caao Wanted I II HHKItllV WINMIS, 1 1. Fur Hit Uw. MluilMil,.U..dlal. th. full conra on receipt of M IK
fEI.NJ '.
41 bale at 8 course of study Is mos extensive and com of Uw. I-H.
1IIddllng,23i@24c. Weather ,
pleasant o'eik Freacb, German, Drawing and Painting Ill I Vurb.,1".1 8tu niiJ clcar. By order I O.m. O. plete. offer aaperior iwe8t 000 cow IIIDE8' .bleb the highest lrits rilltK HOLLAND (JIV, .\ ., ni Medic i-our., .: .U.udlul

n'liJilsuTOH Sept 8.-SpiriU Turpentine I I OIUI Secretary. DPmeDI ,the Needle,.& CDI. the wiUt. pd_ A. INi.A hr th.. suina, respectively, t'JOU Island 10 A Key (. Iho Bmbrjps Ar..
1'iM-t' at 53@Mlc.4 gcpt S 18. Normal School Departments, a YU 'e7. JIPI : ..n ':J.;' 'N. will h. rt-'qulri-d lu .d.anr".4 the'balance lu the
Rosin 20. '
; quiet at $2.85.tO. Boarding House No I In all lmllrl Dlut It -- :9 | ol time ai-wlna. '. I TJIK; IIANKUUPT ACT Printed (rom
rp .
Xtw OKLKAU Sept. 2.-Sale* of cotton 200 --- Bid young ladles wi.Ut Id W.. .'. Mclsl *llisi nrttmmfft- Is the -0- l.r.I.l.taIUu", Klvluv details of the brxaululloa thin uflloial copy,'&QuotateJ.tligeiiteil atul

Ukt .]uw middling. iki Qfatriistmtnt Culhberl U on* and Boat beautiful manufactured lo lbs world. of It. .b.ula. | bf ciwu.M,....
; i4J@25c> Sugar and mo- *. town In the l.tl pa-tit liquor Ww I".ta. orI. |iro\i k-d with a copious index for t h .
liiMei qmk-f in(} uncbangeel.\. Flour dull 1 avper- Tb discipline Collog I I. on of IU cblfBttracUon e I adJr. W..T..I'oury Fatuity.f. foxy ami. convenient relereucu uf the

tine, |8.75; choice, $1150@I8.50. 'Corn dull. *. Tb officers of QM Colleg are tb**. For Rent U : MAtfIH. lh'D. I'uUcralt. vl V.. legal urofeKHiou and Lu mena men by,

.ul'plyligbt; 11 bite, $l.2i Oala dull at 70c.- Dissolution. ougbly 8u moderat: Send for oatalosra. OCCfPIEIJ, BY UEOK..E z r July iS. 07. Mt- --- (i. JUoryin Elhulp, of the 1'uiln.uiI '
.u.a NOW
1'urk in good dcimiud M t2.50. JUoon sold MtU Cb" A L HAMILTON, President. TIIE aTOKE. Poaaeaalon rive oo Hi tlober. c e I'hla.Jl.u.I .'

>t u received. Shoulders 13jc.; clear aide, J11D, r AI.itet. log- 3 1 Wtfts.hl.d.tiai J t L\18. -j c: Notice. I. paper Bulled ou raevlpt of II UX U H.4b,

I il@l8.XJW THE FIRM OF r\S8TN. BrT'this August 20.ft. U mailed OB receipt of 11.60.AIIIMAN .
Groceries. ,
YoHScpL, ,S.-Tlie'Bank uteiucnt beD will be settled eouDL by Bogh ..w.lre.. MrhssaftsMi cormtstbrbang lie tht MotiU-t tf tlfi fur

Lows Loans decreased $2,820,000; specie In- VS-! Fernanda x -| HBD. CLEAR BACON 8ID. 'of water. / "" U // A'vi-thrrn Curl of f'lvri'tii. .hlt -- (
roused $1,43,000 circulatIon decreased IUla H BUT. 1 and Super .Jol rerelved ; Q rrt
t- Laat
Hchfrda-M oo4
; $21,000; WM. 1 Bbl Est WolTe'-t -bMft| *)
TIBBlTja.Sugar. > and Free ) ClI'liHoi,121
&JLIO! and *---"- B
Ij'i-al tender incrraaed $2, T3lQOaLosooir 1004IWREAL jl A for Brloary Florida Railroad
Sept W a wWIleu.pL'TA..O' _ CO lu tbs nutter of Ibs AULauu dc ''
mailed fur au"00 .
6e|>t J-noon. -Consols WJ: Boui ADI' and Iiove's : Company, hy whkli coiniauy a it-tiUon foraitju- .
.1'rr.K' Haakrai'tcy was Sled on the thirtieth
':::1. Cotton quiet and unchanged. Bread..tunJiir ESTATE BROKER. A' al b,l KjMJJ < TIIITI.A. a .p.P djy of July.f. (L. JI fal. uld ""urL-I.Hank- -

hanged; provbloci heavy. __ t d ru.u-y.
1."iOOX. Sept I,\ 3.o'clock' p.'nt Cousin 1A A A LBaCRUSHED.. BROWN AND COTlUUU WoltV'ai HrhlrduMcommeaded ..... are r. FR'N4 labiig! their IKfUUYI"SI car. 'PHIS Is to (f1v.iM.llettul ou tb utcutb day.t CUOSiS' MASONIC CIIART-tUot
.Iv"II 1.1M V. S. bonds unaltered. Weather FEE SUGAR, Just received aid *'r ash* by all tie uwUic-1 (Scull!. fully and correctly pat' al will I August A. U. I'M?.s .., I. bankruptcy mailed for 12.75.RECOLLECTIONS.
by tWDOS 111BIT Cud my store Oln day aud DIII.I. laaued aulnat| lb. buds amid IcueucoU goods ,,-
lt lihiful for crops.thLTtLOa Immigrant and labor Agency AugZ7 18Hams Wlt*>-t stTklcdans Hrk ". *r.good ) LIV FLY.ChoiceHavana and chute, rights| roll and tOm it,and Ilk.wlM

*, Sept 8.-Cotton quirt Nominal to Colic Bid pail lu l.v 1.... -_ __ .- .- lh. rmubla o(1 Alllawa' honda KallioadCouipnoy .t ,.
o. lime ,
.a by Lrgiatare .
rOlr''rUoo .
luUdling 26 cent Coffee dull and unchanged. o &c. of lime "' Florida, and biuluca la "

Flour dull; wheat firmer ordinary to Cur $3 20; '!.l) ...having York,UbUake4 wltk a bcaaeklpbU .oaV oSc*.J John A. Grubb Segars I .Id Slate amid'la.t* dlalrUI duul. wkkb said : OF IIENRf WAT.
Gen. C.s.
g"odtopiime OUOAK CCHED M.AClEUL CHEESE coruoration .bira .d.d.t bankrui'i ou Ita. KINS .ALLEN lirig. Arsiy,
to55.i.J'eriorrttlloij4ln jj. u4 Boston,1*r ready 1 Jj. That Ih. of Ueula aud tb*
O k. for ati. by TtBljT iiul.. loltwD. | any and E-UJovernor of LowmiJana-liy s.
Corn finn, white 18. ala 38& fI'1Ili.4F wbollki nibuaB"ordedbyC ><:> belonging la S4.il eorpom-
10@1 |- | iy
large sale lair tSjytllow; P**>.. the MarkrtI'LANTATIONS AsgWT EEN'lllEWSPJirER.IlDiERTISING? ? J. U".o wIllbcgratiBodlo knuw I bat a duaUcl .. d4'1. lime clammy viroontiua' or Ih. uUlccr Itwrwtl, Its rah A. Dartey. JVice 13; mailed 12...,
to choice. 38@.5cts. Provulon* way b bad it the IuC Itlur ol U.* uf _iMir ti 4ii.and the inuM/.r of the S

.u-aJy, nie-a pork 34 M. lArd city j, & & I ; Heir & Craig l aLi M. LIVELY. r..I.. ..1.C'sy |>. (.., by the said surjomlUa, __ ::1
\\ lttur, at lb.su,
ttni,13,. WhUkey, no aak WHams ,ur or amy are r
rcb SK, .
XBW TOM Sept I-Cotton steady unchang"t I TIMBER LANDS, :HAVE Kit EECEITZO A CHOICE LOT OF Collecting Agent, _! old That Jin a by (it 111* rridnuM t/f cbs *ald AL JOHN' M. nOTTS oa' the,Wr-wfk4;

Saks 8,000 UfcsH jTcta. PJoir auiel U Sides &c btiut A IeUai&u Company,'. poell. for 250.

11@9 -II beat daJ1. fnon WY"fL CornquUtMned i RAILBOAD 'oothr Stu; Baltimore New R lerg 8KMTDIKI.. i t "IlU.lISt. TLUIIE:.L Bacon Ibt and property to c aad fraatbum.oe .mat aiofa.d._ wilt b*C'held.

-testern 1@17. Gata heavy and declined I ad Callal" .-' S l'OAR CCBEUbanm at a Court of luakrupoy, K> be hoUU-u lu tb. courtroom 0MARGARET
< SA'if : REAL A.gustIltST.91 IUld. W llnllU bcalc liUtricl Coast al Pvuaaeula -
>aM* Southern .
5@ 7cU Pork $33 M. Laid 1iD 'ETAT -- -- I T Addna *.sers 4uU-Mil vme., Mde 1 ,& ticfur". W."" _
.I 10 Mw.e C l o.k'af. .r. MAITLAKP A uevau.1.

"1UaDIt.ry. Wkikeyactiv.I.ar\1In request ia&rc Saga.Bn*, gooj I o o .p. .< 4 I Nails. &c. I.v. M. lId..?. .I"a .. Cheese. 1 If..vUk" ,lbs M.tb "y .". A) ItbT beautiful edition orb l work by -]!''.
c.ef. Shot Bauer.M AL X. MAukriEK. Mif/utul Mailed for I*.
mud llsrr MSaitMS.From
Id Urorclm
tbed forty and belt 10elghta. glrr "'I.r.. SHUT. ,JUST RECEIVED.- cktrct CodlUk.(ur mIs iy r. .".aalu'. 111. o'I"lt

'' 51d5Turk' sight .. October 13th, b* will b prepared to Atralsb rWD&, T"TVI iinntKtD BVUUXLI or cons nW) aDI. BUAl''UKU, i.. ... 'fIIITdl BERIJN'AirD S.so'h.t I" '
M ', War for sal btE. I1 BALTIMOKE.ft Msri-b IiT 13-5mm.
t.-Cottoa market nominal Crockery and Wood 11. .
Oat from Baltluut-, --- U P. iluuis UuQtaa U(| TOM<, AUunHrarAug.
) bostwU -
olra rflOO bJw IltADrl. .I THE MERCHANT OP.UKUI.1S :

'('J.j t..leL lowuntiJflnj.t2e; ripta, FwlWt Farm Laborers, Merck 15.'1. P.W 10 w.. LI nt I iKorkUatfJW Flour and Crackers. W.., IttuT.. ltt-lk Both Woe UM trawlBtkoa uf'I lie Utcmtlii\
.YAUAK ,o voc uHi ur I casks Ille Uaiaa. 'a work 54 air* btahlb.xk.vklc* are BOW katUg
Sept. 8CtHlua quid j middling Puttier baring F-saU- W Icksap *. It tb* dlawrsagnBrat 0_ '.. f. I PtJ I SPILLER ..a wl4ol.. tJUIIIIli&e4 'jA. -
4 a say e PUSTIEXTU
II .5c. t.tI'rn04 al l--- but eu **!*.;re- .1 ra L LcaM,or f&U,wU da well 1 U lime bowels 1 warm Apnl 3.t-Jll. **--. -w JO!& ni llhU4 iad.or.r.wbtr'.e.' -0--
Z.11't n t..1ea. &cdpu for the Ut __ Cora Meal rM
,U1M2b&1e year up .aa"'II A B. iTO EU. W.La'a 1 & ck.app. are food I Cr.ne.'r and' rat_ II* will ...a.'to b beep uppUe4, iwe. NEW MA1 OF FI.ORIDA.-3111.I4. ":
rtolt.aTo.&I luj
1U.Taflaimaseas.ce U JS
1IDd m Box o.J ; ) to.lee arvun. Rica ft*M.E. I., liver to all ...frr*o charge,to aoy part oftime 11.21. .
) Broad way, car -- I' S1ekl)5bdLJi city.apdfl.iut7.
\ I e Sroksr.S.4 MTU, HrUftlmm StchBapr* good Cre-un. At f. iPLLLU. '
> 4
V V a Jaly' 'Hit M
l.na Mirth 19,
1. 'f .
a I Apt 1.107 S

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h -& Miscellaneous :- --- jty4cfrements. City dvertiscmeiit&WHOLESALE. 1 : &v Advertisements :> New York Advertisements..
s; 0. ; ,
Ii .J...__ L.A ,! L _j i .t '. 1-: '- THE FLORIDIAN

-JF .
Life Assurance ,
Society .
;; .. s14'.llb'gto. Street, 55* Yor#" If *R '
sri Y/En'S.T j; COTTON I Q I '& )' AT &'J; -S mta,BfOQQ.Wry.I ..
F Assets $3,000,000 Oaah.ANXCAtLf (Snooeiwn to Gregory, Deloneit 00. 1 ,'.''. .MIt. ,.."
'" or"
If" .
) "V'- \1"--- ; JIANGS of all kinds soil
I I finding the celebrated prlel'lllla'MI
-0- D1VID2D PATABLt. lt: CASH S I .grand, wiib, lIe, new bnu I .
-0tr II July 9. -B7. .2ul. -
DRUGGISTS -S _....._..:
I IJ any man provide not fnrhla own and etlally i .
h EPft for those or bis own hone he bath defiled. the Mth, .,. ,4 .SEMI-WEEKLY
and Is'worse than an infidel. co.TNo.
: :Garrett Young' Scott
thins SCRIPTl'RE.: Tbe flnt and most ImJ. ,, ., I .
"portent provision I I. tor the toni); the next I I. PLANTERS and others wishing to purchase fl, I.
famllv temporal 'wants. And here the the piece or package to inpoly" theirhondi
foryoor "
OFFICE ATLANTIC *: 6uLF R.,'B.I l "Equitable Life Assurance !!orl"' ," eflen the will Sod petit bargains the way of SlAViANNAH! GEORGIA. ; 33 ,Warren and 29_ Murray Su., ." .,
LIT Od, August 18, I.'. 'r f mean. This CompanY bn. Economy: and Seenrtty 0 .. ,
HHE ATLANTIC omf R. R. 'win to.Un.e to to recommend It So say the btmlnces men of New -.- NEW YORK; ATTAI.LAKAMIIJRE
A pal the United Stale Revenue Ta* on Cotloa York. Say the "Innnrance. Monitor and Will St.. :Domestic Dry Goods, I,

''kipped from aI1P pa"* of Plorlda 1'1.. Live. Oak,to Review:" "Nut to the Mutual Life'Hand the FIRST CLASS HOTEL has been recently gCCCBMOHS! 1'0. .
BavMMll Xew TorV *:4.. I ,i'Eqnltable Assurance,'" of 'which the Ions list of Hats THIS and newly foralshed. throughout. nowitandittnrlvaledlntheSonth. ,
F.-- tithI. IDfaUoDL! !r ..., ... the most prominent merchants Insured here Is .' i -
Er. nli'lDltMON!; '- proof. Tbl fact yon can have established calling O McOlNLT Proprietor. ARCHIBALD YOU>G, GARRETT ,CO.

Agent., A. *: O. R B..,Llv. .Oak,.Fla.Augast .1..1.dr81 01 : a.w. I. E. DcBOSE. Agents! Tall....... Boots and Shoes; "' March It,'67. 110" :- --
..... n- ? ,- TTOIiX
&7. Aprll8lM7j S OZ1 rB'W: -. ', ,
.IO |- -! :_- _: I .. .FLOHIhA .

; Clothing, AND S: .4, n.> .

PewiclaT4Ecofpa:G & Tallahassee I SOUTHERN: PULASKI HOUSE ". : .. ',I'W'r.: 10
r Tobacco &0., _ _. J !i SPENCER SCOTT & CO., ,. .. ,...,*If .. .. ;
Land '' .
and ImmigrationCOMPANY. S r 1" '* '
AT THE OLD STAND, .,. ., .. ..
----J-. _jJ' SAVANNAH, CEORCIA Extensive Manufacturers.
& CO'M,7. ..
bln.I!" '"'' -;-.0.--;- .117 (COMPACT I I. organized agreeably to Its TALLAHAftVEK. F......J J861. 8T H.WILTBEBGEB.'Prop'tr.Feb. \
THIS ______ I IWRO..E,, ..E DKAI.EHH Oldest
AND AFTER MONDAY APRIL 1Mb 186T.MTniMMItienRaUnMd ; with the rollowlolt 011I".1. 12,1807. 49-Om. Paper in the State I
ON SUbs.zp.eteJ .bus. .Eicclleney DAVID S. WALItSR; h..t. ,..
r rf JAM& T. UQIISI ..ViciPreald.et 'HEIR & CRAIG 1 15 ,
ud arrtill..tareral MaUoM about tk ,
to taate 7/ap on llalld and Secretary. .
hour below named, the companlea, kowtrer,re- '
therefrom at their dlscre, P. B. BROEAW,' Treasurer. : I ..O. w. AXDuuoK n.. A. .. COUL '
| right, A. B. RTONILIU Forelce Agent. ''en s.Boys' ClothingC. ,
U.-I. .
Inn T. BntiiBD, Jno. W Anderson's Sons & Go.
wrda.. ... Acrus.d.tI.* TrainLeave KrmrnD D. flown, Agent; for'East Florida P1'CSIlDI'UgS ,. .-
,WIU.UM I.Tci..B,Agent for Booth Florida.The ., ., ( W. QARRERT, A. 8. SHAFER.,
Ic ".! EmI Company Invite planter and other baring dd \ .A.9 OB. EBEN YOUNG A. L. SCOTT '

Qulocy......:........ ..;;;...... 780 A. II.An11' land to dlioe| !!.by tale or lease,communicate Medicines GB.oomB.S, SPENCER SCOTT, F. M. GARdTT..laDe't. .

atTalUhassee................... '.*> ..rt at once, stating price per acre, locality. Improvements General Commission' F ,1907. 7ft-10m
t Leave Tallahassee......................1000 dec. S ..' -llirOULD INFORM 'THEIR' FRIENDS AND ForrdingMERCHANTS _______
cl Lean Moatlcelto......,................U.10 They design Introducing large number of European Chemicals, VV the public, that they bare opened their place Determined to make It In
Leave W.................,.,....,........ :244 P.M.LcMeLlveOek Immigrant during the coming fall,and desire I 5 MARVIN'S PATENT every reupcrtA
..... :.,.>,;11.....,.... 504 to locate them upon the beet possible term Par. ofbnlncsslathe | .
ArrivealUkeClty..A.M tics Interested In Ibis morement,upon the .D.....* Paints, S irio.iicoE: nouns,

Arrive at Savannah................,.,,, 800 A. M.rrlsrkt I'. of which tbe future welfare ol oar State 10 largely. And rail their attention to their choice and varied Ceraer Ibr.71.a ..* Brysu Hti-le, ,ALt')[ AND DRY PLASTER, RELIABLE
,are Invited to communicate'with membenoftbeConapanr. .
depends any SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. .. ,
lot of Groceries Ac. On
mmm AsilatI.. Gelaj - Oils ,Canned Goods,Liquor. -
$M t ,
f? ..... .1 .Th Stock book of tbe Ootnpsnv I III now opeeanl bind a child lot of ;- FIRE BURGLAR PROOF .
solicited from all who desire BELL on CommtMlon Cotton, Rice Na- AND ,
Lvissnush......................... 8 30 p. M. ubscrlptlon to oar enterprMe.are sncecus Turpentine hams Bicon and Lard WILL Store,Timber Lumber, Real Estate,,Pro We shall spare no puln or meoaable ,
L1Ak.Cty% ........................ a.toOA. M. 17,1661. 70-lf duce and Merchandise.S S .. expen
sUyOek......................... 8.10 .. ..May S J'DyeStuftB Crushed) lirown and CofTeo And will do the business ol' Receiving and For SAPmS. to gIn, the
LeIedIo...........................10.26.. LUtE Alftt FF.TEB. Sugars, warding with despatch,to all American and Euro
I Lot liOP.N. Green and Black ". Port on reasonable terms.Theusual .
Arrtteat Tallahuee. SM The only preventive known for ebtlU and fever I I. Teas -0-
l tbe use of W oUe..IcII..m. Bcbnapph Petroleum facilities offered Customers.Consignments .
UfaT lteha 6.13 LATEST NEWS
IfL e.. Java and Rio Coffee and Orders solicited.NOT. .
ArrtTtat Qnlnc;.,..... &1S 6. 16-tf W.......... .e Bc t l. tke ... S /

; M/Harkc. Trmlai-Fretcht '*ui. Ac- University South Carolina.rnnE Fancy and Flour, Rice, Syrup .
I k e.odmsI- e" Peaches > AUSTIN'' & ELLIS: -0-
--0-- Brandy
L L1 Lear. T11ab. **..... ........10.U A. X.AnI. next[ session of tbl*Institution wilt open oa Toilet Articles.IT By Telegraph &: Mail I
Ku .III lit. Mark....:..... ....III.OO M.IIarlll. JL the first Monday of October, and continue S. Brandy; Whiskey, CommissiOnTafld$ ForwardingMERCHANTS NEVER CORRODE THE IRON NEVER LOSE ,
t1It ....." / ...... H.OO P. M.A0Ttal without Interruption until the lit of July' lollo.lq.AcplleeDLa'mD. : Fire Proof Qualities.. Are the oDI,8ar. "
I XalMuasee......... MS, H .' be at 1 least ineenyeanof age. Gin Ale, Porter a Oiled wlLb'
E'' ., select bl. schools,bat In the -.- ;:.. Alo Rrporti of Leading
. ) Pa..eger,Tral t1W Nv.aak.Let.peJcksoe1fle Academic Department most, unles. specially ex Cigars Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. ALUM AND DRY PLASTER.Please .
: ;';.. H Bay M., Jill......., tin. .
- ...................... :310P.M.Leave f.f.b by the l 9i1aai. of the Faculty. attend. .
Lake Cltr.I...................... fM M .-- 1 I.our Intention to always keep our STOCK complete Sugar Mills of different Rises on hand. THOMAS H.:'ACBTIM.. CHARLES ELLIS ....ad'or Illustrated ',.
(4 p ArrreatLlv6ak....,,....;........... 818ArrrveatSavaanah UI The' Law. and.lledlcal Schools having recently Ang.21567.' n Late Aptltthlcola,Fla. and Columbus,0*. call for an Catalogue. American and Markets
I t ..;i.................. 8.00A.M.fmuimm9r been rally orntt4. .,: there ire. now. .three.- -' departmeets embracing every thing PDaIIT'0.D4 at a list Sept. 7, 1811II lf-ly MARVIN CO.Prl.e. Foreign !
t In the UtlTenlty. i class Drug Establishment. The'lacUltle now offered
F TnalH from* NarMmmla ACADEMIC.II.! for short notice enable -0--
getting supplies oa .. ( to
i Leave Bavannsh! ......................... 8.11II1'.'II. LAW. offer none but freak article We boy none bat the R. A. SHINE. .EIYiOTTO.General .... Wareb..... a
tl, fl Leave Live. Oak:....................,.... 8.48A.M. |in. MEDICINE. beat and from reliable houses and ., .". Thereby keeping our PATBOX posted on every
tjrt Arrive. at Lake City............... ...... 8.10A.M. The only Physicians TALLAHASSEE FLA. No. 265 ''Broadway .New' York, print of Interest to this Section of Country.S. .

L Arrive" it' -Jacksonville......,....... .,.19.10: f,, II.- wood,aggregate light. and expense.".bI.or, Including. .the session tuition of board nine other warrant.JUST are Invited. examine onr Slock,all of which I I Newspaper Agent No. 721 '

.months will be- we Chestnut Philadelphia..
C =a. For' Aeademle Undent, attending three. Prods- WILL ATTEND TO ALL!SALES at AUCTION BRVA.t MTKEET, March 83, 1867. '64-ly

ion,about................................. O05TevUwBtndeat reee1.4. forward Goods on Consign; .. .
1 ThaltaamaklD...."' 1''' Bt kUrUforHiw -- ment. .- Next to the Corner of Ball at Ford A TbompeoD".1II.w. .
about...................... WO ,
p OrlcawOoM dra 4tk d sick -.on& About UM For Medical Student, attending a full course, The late partnership of Shine Splllir havlug Depot,, .S..--.-'

ct .tt,.Mdi....Mtfc ofeaeh gsoBth tk.BUamer.ray boot ....................................i 870 been dissolved he .hi. removed' his Store to"Oalliela SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. HENRYMOORE.I., GENUNG :
.t I. .... Mart for Apateckloola,wker*.she oo*>- The. fee are payable half In October ball InFebrnanr. .
1! fCUMtMTIk.lTUMalSnil.wlUi. lk.BtMaaUp Sta RECEIVED IA Aug. 13,1867. '04
XbHfaW ... Old Corner uANurAcnnuuu AND JOBBKBS or
Mew Ort. ; .
ut for catalogue, giving additional Information .
A8MOfatab t Qolney,BalabrUf uAprUM.I8BT. < -
,address Rev. U. Bruce Walker Hecretar or LARGE LOT OF
Aibsay wtU cosMos WI&II Pe,..h... R. W. HAHN where at all time may be found I supply of the best New Orleans Advertisements. .CLOTHING POLITICALLYPi.d

, I ROURTWALXRI Chairman of lb. Feulty,ColemblaVkVC. and freshest _
-. ; 41os'I$'liperlntendont. ..... r
It Aal87 FRESH GARDEN SEED I II! GIN D..W1'J'. New York, t- '
\ Groceries .. We.POST. V 'A. M. Hd..Y. .(on-Dim *t.: Ki5. ouu'BOTCL.) to no political; party and to the pRllil'Cu

of S __ :. _..______ lion of no party deafens, but appreciating our
.NOTICE. I University Louisiana Call and get a CaIaloguiwhtb Almanac. ,which give' which will be Mid a* low as can be purchased at POST & HOBBY present! political status, we shall give a hearty
fall direction tor ... formcrlyofSaaUbary Henry'ALIx.
plaatlaf. .
.al..Lablla. 'la this
I T. Nooti.'I L formerly with Henrys, Smith and cordial rapport to the National Administration .

t JL -_JL1T-. I MEDICAL DEPAlTMENT-FACULTIl i General Commission Merchants, ISAM P. Oi>u>0 1 dt Towoiend.PaiLur .. and endeavor to promote, to the best of our
SALES Haste formerly of Uenrri, Smith A
ti L rrtn MATOX or THI oumas'AT THE A a CENAS.: M. D., Emeritus, Professor of Townscnd.ROIIBT ability, the.welfare.and Interest of our suffcnm;

t 1.'VMtowd.i>oUM 11M" Psisacols a O.rnglaI Obstetrics sad Disease. of Women.. and Cbl1- ..".Iel.... .*........U... ......nall" NEW ORLEANS LA.Soy.lT.18M. BONHIB, of Guogla.MANIFACTUHR S. country.: : '"
Railroad S .. S EVERYSATURDAY. '" .
InperaUT amaad thai w* should re- dren { 20 ,
I ._ .... _
qalrcUutt all JAMES JONES M. D. Professor of (: |> .e4.D KZCLU8IVELT FOR THE
Frlbtb psl4tOrbefore removal Obstetrics and I ... ,
March 1 17. 48 .
from depot.r -i Di......ef Women and Children. [Ilent. copy "

B. WALKER, WARREN STONE.)(. D., Profes.orofltargery.! ..iS......'. : .!'a' CARPET WAaEHOVJIII& SOUTHERN. TRADE.
.:._ Oner.a epcrtaIendait.L T. O. RICnARDSONVM! D.,Professor of Anatomy. : lt Ckartres ... new Orle.... .
:-....1... .....r J. W. MALLET Ph. D Profeaaor of Chemistry. THE .
I I SAMUEL M. liKMIU, M. D. Professor of the : TO MERCHANTS A. BROUSSBAU,* CO., Importers, offer at lowCARPETI rbw: PattED, inowr, ADO DUBABUI GOOD ... -

Theory and Practice of Medicine.. LooKTHWAY1: .prleee. IXIITHIPREEDMEN.
STANFORD E. :G1IAILLE M. D., Profesaor of or NO-English and American of all kind,
Savanna ;ami' Falatka.I Fla.' Physiology and Pathological Anatomy. Floor, Furniture and Enamel Oil Cloth. .
)f A nrN -1\00\ roll China 100 pieceS Cocoa .
FRANK HAWTHORN, "' f) Profoasor tern. ... -
S '
pro .
of MaterlaMadlca and Therapeutic. Florida and I IWS WINDOW SHADES. Table and Piano Covers. Also every variety of UIOIPM and Frai GOOD. adap r ; ,: -
Georgia CRUMBCI.OTH8ragget, Linen and Fell. ted the BUT TBADS. THE. LARGE
;DXMOM$TRATOUS OF ANATOMY.WM. CURTAINS-Laee Rrre.WOl'Ilod. Damask etc. IDescrIptive Catalogue, with. price, lent by
JAMES E. FUBDYIS CO\'ERING-UDea mall I'd..lred.. "
i'i :c. NICHOLS, M. D, c. J. BICKHAM u. D.' 81 ripe*,etc. ICOU.MCFS. and Cotton MOT.' 18, .. !.-. till Sept. 4, '67.'

I Tb.Thirtieth Annual Course of Instruction Ikls MOW RECEIVING the WILL SELL AT WHOLESALE, all article Bands, Pin, etc.
Instllutloa will begin November IILb aid end In the Stoek ol Goods, In his larg""jfi la Fancy and Domestic! Dry Good, atNew April M I. iN!;?. .64-17 AD
following March. Preliminary Led .,.. ..11I.be fork COST for thirty day.
"f -- .-. : !: brought to Tallahassee.. It. Smallwood Hodgkiss & Co.
r KITOD in tAO ,
UBIIJ uiinniy xioapiiai commencing OUR STOCK OF
f e L THE BTEAMEns\ October uth' at which tint: also tb* new and exlsn.lIve I PERUVIAN BARK BITTERS.

1 LIZZIE BAKER Tbe room lullltlr for of the Practical school Anatomy heretofore will unsurpassed be opened.,, Gents' and Ladies' Saddles, Bleached and Brown Shirtings COTTON FACTORS Increasing Circulation

have by the liberality of the lAMe LegUUture, been I Ia very. heavy. Call and examine oar prices before CELEBRATED TONIC!: A CERTAIN FRI YEN- LiD
greatly Increased during the peat aoaaoa..110 thai of every kind and quality you decide to go North to make your purchases. TS'E FOR FEVER AND. ,AGUE..
j J CaptalaUSXNA, now every chair bu attached to It a practical department No Goods sold on Credit -0---' General Commission Merchants
,In which sladmts are taught to observe sad Double Harnees Of TnFLORTIMAN*
Single Buggy Md\lBBrN A ALLIK.
SYLVAN SHORE for thenuelvo the frets let forth la the icatur.room. J'oll. U. 1801. 43-11 G. L. KOU.NS & BRO, !59 Common St., N. 0., :.X.. !. nearer .'.. New Verii.
i Wholesale Manufactured Dr. 34
Agent by .
: .., .
Two Pour Mid Six Mile ..
Fees for all the Lectures |1. Matriculation, Wagon Rarer, Pen*: Co., Wholesale Druggists, tM Cturtrca f t,
1 Captain TUCKER. (paid but once)$\; Practical Anatomy; $1 and .
Cart Dray Harass.Wdiag
required In advance. GEORGE W. SCOTT & CO. Co. IUd J. L. A Co. N. T. )
1 rrat lM Mr leant Bavtttah Friday*:10.:A. II., For further Information address THUS. H. HODUKiaa,Georgia, I Late Hodgklaa ,
j A JeekaaenUIe Batwdej about 10. A.; V"t: i. M. BKMIW, ,'AcUim'Dean. Bridle and Martingales, O. W. cOn.FIOI'lda. I Scott&Co.New
kC=:m.Iroa tkeaee a&btb..m. day.t Aux ,,,NI7. INdiowAttachment COTTON FACTORS COTTON GINS I D. 1L FOOLS:,Georgia. ) York.
t ......B*.4ae..A. M,airlvinc tin English Leather Bridles and Warta......... ARM
j. I III Jlokl VUts.,P. kt.eM rmKalabaf tkere .ntfl -4.------ Should commend It to Merchant and oiliest M tin",

LA.qKOSS.MwW. ko.rk. lMrt. ftir.. round and Hut, COMMISSION MERCHANTS BEEN APPOINTED 'AGENT FOR \TTE are prepared' ,tbiongh resident AgenU to .a -
In Jite.; Court for'Second JiutictiD'ntrirt. HAVING. .of the above V V ,advance on and ell Cotton In all the Southern
i.'II t Tke......lwT f....uIt .. To.*dj*al 10 .&.. Plow and rld.... rn1l.ana. Port,. or forward from these Port to New York or
k .. ... -Leon .Cart Stage Florid.
N. .qhta /. .1'111. Wdaeda, rncbln ; : County.Uulul Celebrated'Gins BENT AUYEBtTIMl.tCl. : AGE.CWThai
t. .
,I MM erediff. RetiralBr. kgua* ralatka -.fl.-- DIRECT
. l! 1'11.,..*,. t, A. M and JaekaoetTU A. M,oa Lad I Amount of Debt$3115. .: .- Chain,Leather and Hemp halters OEO. W. SCOTT Florida. I T. H NT. I am prepared to receive orders for the same.. Plant .
Pt..,.. ,CLAQHORN CUllII'liJi' UII. _..... v '.. I Bond 1101.(XX J.L.SMAIJ.WUdD.N.Y.ID.H.,| IIODOEISS.N POOLE 161. en In want of Gin* will do well to leave order early a* onr friend may prefer. Our connection In Liverpool .
.'.. .AMU' ,....*.... William U. M. Davis ) Wagon.Buggy and Stage Whips, large: assortm t, a* the great. demand nlll only allow the manufacturer are such aa will give our customer all the they can possibly employ
"' r. DIBBLE Ag.tatJack oiUlo. 'HUE DEFENDANT and aU others Intonated an ADVANCE O% AND SHIP to supply a certain number to each State. advantage of that market. Apply to
J 1 1 Aua.* 111111.W .,.vi-i, I X hereby nodded of the commencement of tat Riding Whips,large! assortment WILL Liverpool, Mew York New Orleans -.-
__ or Savannah. 0 W. SCOTT
suit & CO. Tallahassee.July
1 1 returnable lu aJosllco1 Court. to be held at AIao,agent for the silo ofCIULLETT'S ; .
the boar House on lu* second Monday Novem Buggy, Plow and Train Collars of every description ..IDly IV,l8GII. 89 12,1566. 8T '
{ of Schedule ber,llih..) A. D 1x67, and to appear and plead totb..aue. PATENT
: Change I S -
I Ulven under my' baud and seal this 13th day of STEEL ----.-inees- --.
" August, A.D. 1MI7.F. Plow Cert sad SUIII Humes, MflYERS, GORMAN, EARLE CUNNINGHAM & CO.
I M WEST Justice of the Peace IlIULEU IN now being introduced Into the Bouth with greatsuecras. ,
1 Aug IS, 117 1/j-aIDW' Cart Saddle, Samples of the above_ can be seen af the

Notice: .. Saddle Pad, Rugs and Lloihn, Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and AprlHOlTasTm! : ,1-::: r' LCDCommission .
r 1 SIX MONTHS Her date I will '.....D'ml1M1 TEBM8 OF :H7Ila>a..o> s

and vouchers a* admlalilralrlx of thee Curry Combs, Mane I'otnbs, Horse Brushes ike., Steam Merchants,
lale of Josrnb' J. Duwklua, decttwed., to tbe Jadge FINE GUNS, Engine ?' ). One year.......... .....t.....e,...... |J 00 .
1 VIT STEAMER I,i Probate of Loon .ounl.d..11 MAKAU SCOTT to b discharged.Ad..'.. All of which will be ioU at a reasonable prollL,bl Table t and Pocket Cutlery and -0- ..: T4JWAIO.-'-HTatEET.. 8U montlis........,,.,.,.,,,.,..?.. 3 00 ;

.POINT April 0.., 107. W-tfrnw JAMES E. FURDT. -i EIGHT HORSE rOWER ENGINE FOR SALE Joan S B. EilLa,formerly Smallwood,Earl.A Co. Three montlii........ ................. S 001ST
. -- QOODa I In perfect order very little used L apply at the JAMES B. ('UCXICOULM

i Notice! March 19, 1867. U-tf tf Watches and Clock repaired lad warranted. Blacksmith Chop! next door to this office. TBOS. J. PUKUS.formerly of Smallwood Earle A; SulMCTiptlona. InvariaUy C.1I1n advanrc
I Capt. 8., ADKINS.- I' SIX MONThS after the Ant publlcatloa wf this July 5.1808. lA-tt .July U:, 1507. e4-2m Co. and J. L. Smallwood A Co. 1

the uudmik'ned Eiucutor of the estate CARRIAGE 1J
,1'' MAKERS -
of tba late William
VUUon deceased, will apply to
t: IH CONSEQUENCE OF THE WITHDRAWAL the Hou Judge ..f Probate' of Leon county for a ..FIND Rime, Hubs, 8poke. Shafts, Beat M. a ELKIN'S TO'THE HAVING LONG EXPERIENCE IN THE: SALE OF i
the QAN ., Patent and Enameled:
Weduwday turner from Charleston Lb. discharge. Leather of every
CUT; Point ha changed bar lime of leafing' Charle: .Jolls MiDOUOAli, &x<
ton lob tar o* Wednesday Florida to TU..4a'1..I.at a, P. .. P.M.,. and Savan- April 30, ltI7. *1-bmw all hinds,Carriage Bolt uf every size,al Pl'RDT'S. Livery and Sale Stable, we respectfully solicit consignment and are prepared j

KetuBlnc.! wUlleaTe Palatka every Tkuraday, at Notice.SIX March. IS,1867. M-tf: HIS OLD STAND below Bawls' shop to make advances, for which apply to
v '
l I P. M. .JackwnrUle Fridu AT -.s- 'TUO_. j. PE KI*_ *
; mornluf. to all the where can be band Uorae and 3S&Uaina co.,
dd. ..... ". Ser MONTHS after the first publication of Ibis Buggy .
Os IUd reraaodl... S '
rrl4a aftrr.auol Notice Shoe
... to Makers !ICALr or Saddle lioness at all time Be baa just
.d.tII.arrival 01 lb...?.. the nndcralgnrd, administrator of lb. TIlE ITRLI3nEB3 07BURKE'S TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA!
from .
estate of John Croniaitlo. deceased will II.his analaerouat SKINS, Upper and Sole returned Kenlacky and re-csiabliabed I hi*Stable OFFICE.Having
L AGENTS and voucher and apply to the 110*. Jndge ...,Shoe Pegs. Nail. Wax and Leather Lasts,Lining an aU aid confidently eipeela the. liberal- patronage of WEEKLY July 10,IS1; 116-1, THE JOB .
old trlrada"la b
1>,'1 CllarI.ao..J. D. AIEEN A CO. of Probate of Leon eo..." fur a discharge front suck. te. k* .had al PI HOT'S. dayi- 'gone I ...
Jan 1 WoT.
:!1. te...PIa..L. I. OU1U1AKT1N admluUtrallon. March 15. 11jCj1. SJ-tf.: 81-lr FOR- -- -BOY- -- -A-VT.- nrnrs---- IL GOODWCJ.-? I 'A;S. WOODS.Goodwin .
.t cO. ...
$ '......d1aa..JIt"KKfli J. A. CROMARTIE:, Adm'r. l t .60............
Jt are not
'I JackaonTUl. BROTHER. May SI. itO?. n. ww.i T>t'OGIEa and CABJUAOE8 of every dracrlp' only determined to get up the handsomest a complete out-fit,we are prepared w J"
JEFFKEVg and best Juvenile
rt 4 BKOTIiBR. -U tlonat PIKUVSMarch P. B. BROKAWSLIVERY paper In America but to put the Woods, .
t paIMha..McCANTh BOOItBO. price so low that every boy and gtrl In the South can
I 1 A... e. 111II7. IIi'l' ; i Notice.SIX Carriage Repual or,. afford to subscribe for U., Bat. ,wa. want them to DIALXK 11
15,1867. :
1 MONTHS alter lbs drill Ikt: work for us and send Ia' -
I publication uf this AND SALE
; ." ,.,th.nndtsnlinad, exHiOlcIo administrator PAPER AND PAPER STOCKar ALL KINDS OF
REGULAR GULF I of the estate of Albert. .;Johns HUNDREDS OF SUBSCRIBERS !
PACKET deceased,late of Leon "
oj 0 I county, will apply to tb.Judge ol Probate of said Yeast Powders Mustard &c. EJfe'STABLES.TALLAHASSEE. and la order tkat they' may be paid for.doing so. ws .'.. .4.. .*.. iMlwecni :.__ amelWlUlatm

1 .4 county for discharge. R. 8AUNDER8, offer tbe following -. lLree$84 ,

The Al Steamship I, March 88. 1867.'BberlS'UGmw.Executors' and sxoirioAdnjr.. YEAST POWDEBS. FLORIDA TsslautMe Pr....... i wOi1C.. Plain and FancyPRINTING.

Mustard ...
Sweet Oil, -.0- For tel w* will send three copies of tbe Weekly,
it ., Notice. Kalaln. /1ARRIAGES I. BUGGIES, WAGONS AND UAR. for one year and hooka from oar catalogue' to lbs I Writing, Printing 'and Manilla Papers.;

SIX MONTHS after dale w* will present our Caady. \J NEdS, forsale.Noy.7lettd.. IT amount a!IL May IS
account aa Executor,Ac.,of lbs estate of Nuts, For 110 w*win send II,..topic* tithe Weeky and n-tl .
John Ueorge Anderson deceased, and aak to be discharged rUklea book to tbe value OIL5O. .
from oar Executonhly administration Jellies For$20 we will send ten copies of tbe Weekly and H.....L...KITCIL-. lota U.UI.
of HENRY HICKS ...... .......
on laid Late.. T. J. PEKKINa Spice; all kind and I ails book to the value of M. '
i ALLIANCE R. 1L UAMBLE. by For HO we will tend twenty copies of. the Weekly "EL BITCH & co.
Executor March IV, 1WJT. S3- m ('IONTINIES TO DO ALL KINDS OF WORK and books to the value of IUSO. .
June 1S. 1MT.! TO-omw S \J in the For*30 w* will send Iwenty-flve copies of the
I GEORGE STAPLES. CoinraaiiJer Weekly. and book to the value of III.5U COMMISSION MERCHANTS ..
Notice.IX Soap Starch 4c. .ladu......... ...a. _. For $55) we will send ;,
of the
WILL LEAVE NEW ORLEANS the Hta ot AII his old stand. below Mr. Ukia'i Livery bt.biioldpatnonaaj and book to the ndu of la Weekly. :**>. IM Fre>.. HI,Cor. Plate ...) 'S .r
atoata fur Key West sad latermedUt MONTHS aflerths ant publication of this where ks will be I hi* For .
pleased aee fbO w* will send
ports.teaching at Apalachicola oa or about tk.i&d 0 notice.. the aDdeni<<1llld. executor of the mat SoAP.tWl'Ja. tke public generally,and attend to their order with and book to th*value of forty m:copies of the Weekly. SEW TOiL 1 S 14 I'
iJ lbs mouth, sad lILuu oa or about Ik*a&lb of M. Margaret U. Cuttea, deceased will II. eta JI'OIDP'II1U4 do .01'111. -0
tWl'Ja.l'uollal their a superior man I i For'1UO we will...
fifty of .
u4'Iac Key West oa taeSd of each ..oaLb. Anal account aid vovcben and apply to the lion. ner OK. him a call and book ta the value of$ copies. the Weekly JOHN DENHAM & CO. M-* bavelaiely siLted a'
toacaiag at St. Marks on or about the t>U of the Jadg of Probate of Leon county for a discharge. Cooking Soda, .Jan. S3, lOJ.! Is I For IIJO w* will send ..
from seventy v
aoD&b,and sack copies of the MONTICELLO FLORIDA.
oa of about the Mb" ,oa the execulorshlp.P. Wocll.04
rMara trip,taking R. IYTTEN Ixecutur.S Washing Soda. I I book to the valnaW ITtt :
freight and passengers al tII.fEBltINS. For Noy.I'IS1J4.$ I93.MILLS'
InwW '
Jlius SB 1WT. W-4taiw Matches send one hundred copies of the __
: Mason's Blacking CITY BAKERY I Weekly and books to the vale of 1100.
A HEK8ET, For lale Tb. book. In our RULING MACHINE
a Agent. New Orteaom. by E. BRADFORD, Ja. catalogue are selected from Lb.
Notice.NOTlclt b.t liii.otjureuli...
A. DKRA'w. March 19. 18117. 63omLiquors -ASD-' Btooka psbliabed 1a this eollD' HOUSE
N I*hereby given that appUcailon will be try and"all ba furnished*premium.abtc'1ben" .
;j ............ iii reduce4 raLeII..IeoBt.aj.. 4ab.34th..... ciJhI.t to the Lecklature. of Florida to Incorporate CONFECTIONERY.MUNRO eauoe a. prIces! free or COlt wr postage or freJthL y
&IIi WIIad hit vlU. b&.enae. the aoaihera UUad Navigation ud Improvment *- and Tobacco. Such an opportunity to procure valuvIaebooLa lot Corner of Meeting and Queen Sta. *-
}Ii Company t The Florida. Stale. Agricultural -.- nothing doe not often unseat luelf. To our Jon OirncE, and are ow prtjO1II'

College; The Calooaaand Tampa Bay a.uoaoICom.J'11111J JjRAS-DY. for The money ...IMIa ad case accompany the order C1LIRLETO. H. C. any kind of Ruling required,auc.la"
; Th Boyal. Oceanic Tek-graph Company,and the paper bat name can be sent forward aa fast

t DESIRABLE: RESIDENCE Tha Florida Dial Eoilgrau| and lioaieaiead C xupany Whiskey Gla,Ale, MAICE & CO. as..they..W are send received theprimluin and when the Ut I* completed oTHlS
NOW to wllioJa
FOR. July so. LM?. W-aiaw --. HAVE U( every article pertaining to that must etOlkuLCatalogues laluk Booaws, Mill lle... W l'**
"W be last beea
nxiful and scat o. ..
ef app1iea&loa. '
branch bosiaea
'I'IlI"J'JN& & SALE.rejt Notice.SIX Smoking Tobacco >., we will J neccasary al all time eadeevor. .to keep la aJrsOJ k1I&nystykdrtdre'I

I I X in..III* on tile suz_ For ails. aad CUrara.. OR band constantly I IFajauijr J.. W. BURKE A co. and is BOW ready fur accoauaodatkia uf the
MONTHS after by
AagaaUaa straeta,...u. ,. uc.,the nndenbnwd.. the ant AdiulaUtratrix pobUcatloa of of this the /114t'clll\1.\ ladt $$E.-da BRADFORD./a. c;..**....., rkse .. .*ai and i .111I, I, hait. \13 !'1tbl llen, )1_..G.. traveling ioUdtaL public whose patronage U respectfully .
aai flits m a good aTUfhoa,SUM aad Clatera: k*>_ t
fertar aa4
oa eatala of J. W. U' haU>,. deceased, late of Leoa Merrhaats visiting' tbe city are respectfully! lavtteo. ; andsl3piDtuIlo':
taeprsmlaas.aJl la good repair and U altogether county will apply to the .. .Jadge.. U Prubate Wa-irr k.rlilr4auai akraiauai>|>.are good We are selling our KEADT-MADE CLOTHING Every accommodation will be aflbrdca: them. Low RM' *" kanywhervhntheSlate. *" .
ea o/ta saaat coanaiea aid .ealnble wnUiag aald eowu,.fur ktUf of dUmiaaloa aa such admlaiatratrU for aU kUney and bladdig. complainta. at tW.at w* .ao aot inlea4 t. deal any longer la FLOUR. Coackea always.la rr.tlpM* ta rior in&nucrand at M ,
La Ihs cIty. AJIPI,t. L.'c. ,sad asked to be 1baclauye4. thai bruxh of buua.... to and from lbs HoteL convey passengers E peclalaU&' <1II peW
DoItULLT.Ar..L L T. JOUdON. .4att' DEW OF HT A. GiJiu .la waiting patiently there for ItAsn l1.ol'll hua Those Supermne J'Iov. The Propro.or .
TUE ALPM. let promIses to W U la bis
Ott .. ,... s-t/ Aug *,. ,, 111-Smw Ibis rordud. has thtueel of old and sew accost,.. macriced snI Iof 11II;beA. jIm,the comfort of..hi.. n..u..llI&EPU power
oali to be lasted W be appreciated r.. .
April it | '''7 11I;! trILL!& .
t :
April I'rorfte&or