The Weekly Floridian

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The Weekly Floridian
Alternate title:
Semi=weekly Floridian
Alternate title:
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Dyke & Sparhawk
Creation Date:
December 20, 1870
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


The Weekly Floridian (Tallahassee, FL) began publication on September 28, 1828 under the direction of William Wilson as The Floridian. During this time, The Floridian was one of only four papers in print in the area. The newspaper changed titles and owners several times during its publication history: the Southern Journal (1846-1849), the Floridian and Journal (1849-1865), the Semi-weekly Floridian (1865-1867), finally becoming the Weekly Floridian (1867-19??). In its various iterations the Floridian, in an age of ultra-partisanship, was decidedly Democratic. As the Floridian and Journal, it was among a small number of newspapers that continued to operate during the Civil War, although very few issues survived from those years. One of its more prominent owners, Charles E Dyke, bought interest in the paper in 1847 while working as a printer in the newspaper office. Dyke sold shares to several partners over the years and eventually sold the paper to Dorr & Bowen in 1883. Later that year, Bowen became sole proprietor after Dorr retired. The paper prided itself on being "a faithful worker in the interests of Florida" that would "inform and instruct the masses." Throughout the 1880s and 1890s, it reported local, statewide, and national news. It included extensive coverage of politics, especially the 1880 presidential election, reprinted news from other national newspapers, and published Supreme Court decisions. The Floridian contained numerous advertisements for both local and national brands of the time, reported on railroad developments and advances in farming and agriculture. It also covered the cigar industry and immigration. Other features of the paper included notices for land sales and a "personal" section about local goings on. Tallahassee, founded in 1824 in Leon County, Florida, is the state capital. The territorial government of Florida specifically called for the creation of the city as a new capital so that the legislature and governor could be located approximately mid-way between the major population centers of Pensacola in the Panhandle and St. Augustine/Jacksonville on the Atlantic Coast. The capitol building, now known as the "old Capitol", opened in 1845, the same year Florida became a state. In the antebellum era, the town flourished as the center of the region's cotton-based slave holding economy. In 1834, the Tallahassee Railroad Company was chartered by Florida's territorial legislature. The line was the third-oldest railroad in the US. Operational by 1837, merchants shipped cotton along the twenty-two-mile route to St. Marks and out to the Gulf of Mexico. These mule-drawn lines on wooden rails were replaced with steel rails and steam trains in 1856. In the 1840s, the Great Florida Mail route was established, connecting the city via steamboat and stagecoaches to Apalachicola, Pensacola, and Mobile, Alabama on the west and St. Augustine, Brunswick, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina on the east. During the antebellum period, slave-based cotton and tobacco plantations continued to flourish contributing to the population growth of Tallahassee, making it the most populated region in the state at the time. Tallahassee was the only Confederate state capital east of Mississippi that was not captured by the Union. When Florida seceded from the Union in 1861, there were more slaves in Leon County than any other county in the state. In the post-war years, economic focus in the area shifted initially to cotton and tobacco and later to citrus, cattle ranching, timber, naval stores, and tourism. Efforts at Reconstruction, and especially the distribution of land to freed slaves, faltered in the late 1860s and ended altogether in the 1870s. Institutions of higher education were introduced in the city in the mid-1800s. In 1857, Tallahassee welcomed its first institution for higher education, the West Florida Seminary. In later years, the site also hosted Florida State College for Women, which became Florida State University in 1947. The State Normal College for Colored Students opened in 1887, offering classes to African Americans. It was established as a land grant university in 1891 and changed its name to the State Normal and Industrial College for Colored Students. It is now known as the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), the state's largest, and only public, historically black institution of higher education.
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Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
New ser. vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 12, 1867)-
General Note:
Publishers: Dyke & Son, <1871>; C.E. Dyke, <1877-1880>; N.M. Bowen, <1888-1890>; Chas. W. DaCosta, <1891>; W.N. Shine, <1897.
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:etthl h\'nl ennnol.lllfO been bronght Into play en about S tho canon was hot Tin: i> it A Yiit: : : : Specia
Iarb tn. ThU is not with onhllfJ; nee, ofIflakwCrnnts a pet place tinWcnt.Gcncral as bad as it at I
nearly timC. Th"1 Unto Ui. coil, aflel passing Into the .,
C"nfcUlller .
S. Wittingne and heleavesu it abouseven and looked nlxiiit and 1871.
me Jonx o. vvinrrikn.
('u' wit (paddled )'rlk- 'li ttvroiiRhly dlgt.lod, both body and mtiul luffeTlia ..
DECEMBER 20 1870. Credit" not thousand men and I thin) and excited and lost all fear and
I i 11A' (htA d got en. illK,.ll,. orx n. an the bowiU cuill .
o 01 long to Horn porter 10 knows much of tho situation. An arnu j.wtI. I took hastily a chew of tulmcco Along HIP aNIa where prnyer ".111,10 |<. or the oNme.truln (tie ne.. THE WORLD

_... ,- worth Grant {n 1805- mat lie Act. man thinks if he has I at his back I got 1 drink of water. Suddenly)' tin .\ ,'olnl. all In I.lik ,arravnl tout '.1.le'l Ino.larlonIUI.lbo.r'Iolr. 1.,11110.,"II spirit

.1 al Secretory 01 tl" Xany; 'tl to Think< ho 11 all safe, but this is one IMO where a water boiled up just under "". Wo were Cliiw-vdKil hci\ten the kurding; luwt, uV. |>r.t...l,.nj the pn'a' 100'u.11; ber burn, 1.,1,

, of the XOlinalltuiJ''lt oftht L'nitd&laft times tho gunboats are drh en off by ba<; half filled in about a seon,1 Nut time to Wllh mutton of glitiel l, 'limoy nuil sick are *leO.
I ". Jfu> Porter tras Jleaten bV weather, ant those inside cannot co-opcrati bail out. Shove tho (1.Mlt'A into tin IIIK. M|gl.lng I lo the desk ami haitI I thereon Irullgettlon Ir".I..I... ., how nrcrnMrjr roust It Cp.htts0 | frill.: TEAR until IniporUni Ml KIDS and fAIR TO BE OXR or

i and Grant Duller.NOBTII ). I baegiven long letter water and do it and to Ibo cnmllj realer lint the lii .C'ulfulln our politicalwbKh
, Grant by efotive you I strong A MTtill hich IHHU tliftt \iiriln atone I tllelr vr .n hl..Hy. ii will bo issues on
an apology for lefl tho fnc or we ,'i bo sucked In.I'rl I Wo madi Pray for ,n,! .h..1|b. kct|> In |roper time 'la fun<- Ibo IVculilcnllnl electIon, nf FiW moil Inrn
U will ho.n
ADVERTISING BATES that I know your hole the navy, about eta turn thowhh"lol. How' nature require of them, For title rnrpitxno em of new political merry 'In ibe
ATI..ISTIO ScjuArmos U. S. three-quarters Iroln,1 South, which fur the tlr and that everything: concerning it interest! then with an effort thai hutch from, (Ito pluco \\nntlilpplng ti-tinr or more |iltinuls, |>.|> t a canv.ii,anti .
-01- FLAGSHIP MALTKRX, CAPE FRAR KIVKR, Ant curt limn'nun'|.| I Illltvn. om confident,hop to the Uouioctalle ....,\.
Jan. 21,186.My DearSir: ,I rcccivei you. Again permit me to thank you for In cfort, got into the white Water Slit glided' llko a guilty tiling\ ) l.t.I.I.n where. The inper.nnn.led IMUC. on party Ibo

THE FLORIDIAN your kind letter of tho 17th Inst., atu' tho confidence you have always placed in where great \A\el were, and away tin Thin rusth I.r .lmlc'rl'alr.1| MARRIAGE GUIDE !! Kadlrol r"II" stood are p.h'l' mil .t.111 l.oUI",
WEEKLY mel aut the opportunities you hare: given canoe wnt liko a frightened rrtoe-horno. lly hurrying, \ feet, .1.10R ; .nd the IhlnI..I'1 Inihm-IIItT
thank you warmly for the confidence you mo distinction and thai It I The CuM read EVKUY 0:1 Hid OWN 'DOCTlUl.. franco .r Uml.1 ijinlnlitnulon nest only
at of the
was fighting ace, ,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.7TTT reposed in my'good opinion that thin placecould attiring you glorious Wllo.ll1 prrnilu'r A 1 private fur | or lliiwi.bnlit l I.i Iw rulibfully eipiMnd la turn he> tide. of petite
bo taken. To the Navy it has been my wnrmt'Ati.h to merit only lal1or. North .\nl and 1'Ier win Olt the ilurkm'M sItu *|>ctl., lo be I".t.uc., both"iimlimiul, h.rrsnus' every ferllnK ..'nKI'I.ln'II. In tile, the greet work,
Department your approbation, I remain, ropptlfull comparison. In hurt .1'rnjffnr mtr' tlilaif Ilrlllll' iihjilulm.'jp' C.'IIII.\ln\ or ol Hie. ."lh'l WORLD will act nn lecnnd.ry .
alone i in the indebted for tho tare fne(1 e.n.ulh'l I.IOM lorailon of l
country and olicdiont ussr... and (be |nnlm-tliin> "" | enHurt lnrs| In the great foeu. nl.n.1.I'OIU"'t'
sincerely servant four 01.
$ for cnl your wo \'t through mi.s canon- the sliri ,. all the frcntmaM
lure of this rebel stronghold; 1.1 Id night, 1 1"lco cnine, ot.In".hlf.'n"u.lh.J 10. .I.ror.h''bo f"
D.\vir I n.
1'uinKii. full an.-c of tin the
: .
canoe "
ofwater-Illnketl n. .lllln.
not been for your perseverance in kcepitg To lion. Gideon Welles, Secretary of.the all wet.-so was my Hour pole-dolheM 1 To milmnglni'il grlif or ihunic t tArnwt Yol'Nil.' M..(II.n I. .nKI.h a l.nll.l.. suitS In 101.IUI, orKiiii .if Ltd Ifemocratla.p.rty lay urn II
the here, and your constant propon 1)) ( the tlm-nlioU! of Hint itonrNnne ,, work. ) written In plain "l.itKiin>;<) fo' ", ,,, ant .ipmilnihlp, which ll w lii tl.d.A'1.
feet l' II.
Navy, Washington, shook at the canon anti taunted it. r.Unl untllmhlnK noldnrM vigor lldellty
1 $a 0 $1 0 $6 0 $10 0 $15 0 to tho army, nothing wou1 .- I was very my f.t then ; but, little woman. knew din liimlen Hint sItu I'r 1 ".youuir. '. In 11.1..10.( wit ii mtnnurru.rtgnteItIgs. or Ilium ll will, |H< In .0111'lo.d! coininuulon. wllbthii
: 8 0 15 0 20 0 8 0 have been done. As it wait, utter proposition I don't riilo that ]I Aluno she 1.1 tlio written scroll, ci' |' ; miirrluK.ii.IO..I. Imvliig''01.1. Im ..h.t 1M,..nmI| imii-ou| iialnnien nf the
80 UO 200 230 .o had been received, and General NIIOOTI.XJ: TIII: I.U'II". through canon Ril. The truuliUtl ,soul- 'IIlltll iiurrlril lire, .boul rustS till hunk hart II Illlo10" ol the 1lltu.: riinllallv ...
was fool for it- an Ignoraiii li'grml "II \\11. nn.l, they with U, In ,
4 0 8 0 0 I doing yes 'I. edt.r' ihul e\erjr mm 1'.1"1.lh h"hlh.1
0 2 tdionld be .
1 0 that tent .b""I.a..
down the Columbia .
promised troop
Floating great 1 I '
l 3 ( 18 0 0 1 80 0 fool.Iti'JTOF() CoinmerfKil .J I" ,'rrti,". J"J f.r iiuintetl| with| Mill It It .limtk this b.IOh" 1'.r1111..III.. '.; ,hu"Unl, .11''I..
8 70 it waft not done until Gen. Duller consented grew very hizy again. For miles there ... up nnd mil Hi- aboul the timing Ik will tent liIIT I."nll.'n'"t '.IIOIII
10 2 0 8 0 73 0 0 let the on and when he the -- --- GUile nil.I"r( gluDit uf woo .nr sin I SI ml.lre. on reci-liit sit M ttn\t.\ Afl.I.1. .|( nn the "n I. amiunbrnkrnphalnuif
to of the .
was nothing samono
2.J G 0 0 10 0 t mater go .wall.It .
1 0 0 V. ill lueureal .
From the Rhoren.nUrn. YOCNU. No. 4 Siiwt nltotd fourth .hl.
II"u1 .
M ) littlo credit for tho cmnlo R.. Tuna K'ur'.t u 11-,1 w Illiln i itch \ 1ll'rl.e
hoped to porno explosion view hills of rock CIIIII It
0 0 6 0 D 0 lS1 0 reap points jutting rnn.' Troop In Mnrliin ""bU.I\.hl.\, |Nor. !M 10 (ImThr IN7.n.n
U 1 0 70 0 0 10 0 lr.0 of tho power boat. Now, the out into the water ; now and then < : bent, like Slut,', winifl immrlt'M vvrlghl' ..1.U..llo Tim WoHl.n In lull coinbliird -
As eleven United States were of the Demoerwy, ,
Gen. Grant tho credit of in, loJiorl misery. liinrllctilitlo. 4Jrriil .I..rl.i Anniinl. ."I..I.Une 10'.IIn'
country give a long strip of bunch-grass land hero SOIO In, Uielr la the
A 8dOA.$ I U OD. lack la ipace: M iqturei mak.S cl ; returning from Princess carl sin ll.wMotltr'' Cnlti-il tiUlM' Almnn.c for 1x7 1, for 110..1 .v which, .1..luI
both tecrvt
when on thus of a work ran
Ith.o 11.0 atiguratingtheexpcnditioii, somo Indians were fishing ; there were SIIO'lllr.1 111".1 political .r'b; taluul
.10. A4nMct.oo DDmDntb. occasion ho permitted it to improperly bands of cattle and homes owned stopped at Soaford, lellwnl'I and the Some tnrruvv all unsnld, ill 1.lrlb"l.n.throllh."L I ho t'nllcU II.h".. only In 1.10.1.. In hue salons of I. rl."lth.1
per Kjcar. for lnt. IS el. fttr each inbteqaent'la go largo by Ulte1 States Mnrlhal, of that 1"1,111,1 .." 0,1. omiili, <0 llio Wciturn HumlfrJilurc \Vuaik everywhere ,.ul" II.rl.
tertian.AdvertlMnenU' I provided. In tho first place it had Indians ; now nnd then nil Indian: garden ; place, entered the car, .101.tOI the Captain J"J f.r 1./ .1, will bo |tutill.liril oliom I ho first of January,, IniC Hi. gout iced broadcast over lint Illd

.n.cconpanled bl. CA8U will Do neither head nor tai a far as the army he but nothing grand. I got cry tired of it, how the election ltnsNCth off? I'nM on I Tint I} IKS nf all thnu artMttih *"d) ill who w 1.1.. lo utnli'niliiiiil ibe Una |'lillo.oplijof 'during" In hue the'.,period which bnnteit.I. 10 Important 'In ..C.r
second 0
rl. 'toto.U was concernel. II tho place so went to building a few mole air-atle8. lierUlti ."""M rftiil unit Miuilir thin, vntnnblft 01111
Oh fine fine said the ) sluggeishas
not number ol. very to the t
Ih. money 4 cover when he ,1111 .11111 11'lrll As a Vehicle of News
eclo l. (Grant) loOt too few men, 'nghl and seeing how much tuhncco: the Indian II contain.. In In an suhiulrithsu.imtknl
there election
I..ertlons 're. .1 b''nle s 1 narabwotlmea. have calculated that tho Rebel! would a quiet ? With fiu'o lu veil antI sent on lip, .IUI"n Tills (now In tin clitvr>ntu year of It. cilitem .
to in the bow of the buat1.ul.1 smoke. sir disturbance., % .IrrnlUo on 'thu emur., I..nlnl tintS pure -\1'\ hold SItS lint rank
; no In anti nnlon )
mute ulrniigc ctini < 'lilp,
On*o two cp''.. ouly o.b pp.1 b tent lo id have moro strongly defended tho ,'orkl Then I wnthr.ll white Inn wa.ihinggold Caltlin-lcrf"I.tly.Radicals: nil voted f .. soul| of a grmt nrU-ty of tlUnumi, li r-tnltrnrr., > l.rg.mount piillt.n JoiiriMl., It. new on every .lolm..o.
Like fro
.rIn. oal. 1.pll'ID.nt t tb contrary I. after seeing what a narrow escape they on one of the many "Imr," wo l'aMse.11went 5 Captain-I guess so. hue \0 wnlll. lo nf Inr..I.I..Inloremiug In limo merchant,. eat anil .olfUtII commercial,, 11".r'l.oell..Ino.dommtlr.anil,
, had. but tho most | n* ii 0 : the nirchaiiSt, the \""', lha farmer, the lnmVr,, Cu..lln. ll always
Nothing dOpnrt ashoro to talk to him. I lay on a log, how is the election UUlllyllll"II) R | 5, ihn whnla rlrrlo nfriirrrnl Inlrlllpnia .
marked WIth the number llmei determination 1lrlhnlWel ] tie/ and I siltS Ibo ,. Suave "II.I.h'l. .. ,
no fighting and I to on nnd ho told mo soma most admirable lies i "J/lr pntfonlctnal man I ..1011110' | with auch promplttulaand .
will b'' noW forbid,and charged.ocordlngly. of the tit tho victory. The Ho is without doubt liar gone bit mailii. Air much antI. lulllmliM .. art itilrll thai lbs r.'.. bus A largo sitS Incruoatngcirculation ,
All "ODt of spice and part army gave any grandest Ca1'tain-Evcry d-d cleaned Ah, pmy,uluii' ho 1 ho 1''al. among 151111, luau' fur Uu Rupo--
.4'el. 'h.b,1
ent UI.1I'nIIM mo"l lulUWofor correct and eouiuprvhti.uuehvo N4'"OUI ol'I'on"I'
band of sailor who went |
fearlessly in America I had I him, . o Urn.ara zed b, .bar.ratoi,will b required gallant just to Mtll.t on never bo heard any down Our was,I itcrctmiice haSh greater mtil.f .1"rlln these renpeet
"ii.U.el.dvertlalng Mrlclly t their own,. \to tho works amidst a shower of Cnlter any subject roil. he was sure to lid in tho up dear wi dead Yet Its, inuko Ilirlr litw 1 Ibo t'Al.imiAH. As of Opinion
drew the attention there lir; as a herring ; gone up thry w gnln Tku nature,u"r.,." eilranrdliutry annlliiry. i llVt-U an Organ
= and bullet enemy'
Dil. D'herl. most astounding manner about it. Salt River In I leaky craft., Of oilier*slusH mil ask In vnlii. of Itiutulli'r' Stiinmch. llltlr-ri, limo stolId, ionIc and Tins WnMi.n I. ..., trn.hll. Indnmltalite|
-- away from the assault on the land Hu lied about tho river about the gold (ll. countS .prluclplli .
' Marshal-What! go down And I leaven to hear Ih"I''cr lU-Mtlrc of more lusts half time world,are .d.'I'ln .I'.1'1ot UOIU.IUU
Term. or Iab.Crlptloa I side and the troops to obtain a he about the land about the .iln't )01 l'b.l.lo. ', Im. III ". (1tsliIIcaLetee '
. Pi-r Annum, (In advane) t | enble.1 don't this detract was getting : to protect tho, In.lillls' Of love from lljt. uf telf.despair: fully art rt.'b In lie PIIRI', ulilcli are .1.. Interaptmed .OI.\.lnl\ eorrup.lnl'l 'nnd not cuiifluliiK. IU ill.ciiKlitui .-
10 I to .
secure footing. say snakes, about every mortal and immortal bit of it I I li 1' IL takes wlda ,
am with recIpes
I 00 Captain /
till I I I Pray for 1'10'0.1.11".1" , 1.0 1011. .nl.
Mo.b. of tho soldiers for never I ., ..
from loni'lira
the of )
could I
gallantry ho think ot. was too lazy tuhjecl.
t' 14 Three Honlhi, I I I I 1 M8lnjT thing Democrat, anti every man under mo is a for Ihu I..b"I" and, tirin, hll".on. nuucdotea' nl'ol" 1.. all. .
to lie a lulu .public opinion on topic.lili
Copy, I I I I I 10 did men fight harder or more hand omo-. to contradict him or oven doubt his word ; Democrat, and in two years we intend to In.,alt nnnnrw' and fear mid linto and other I".r"rl'. and ammiliiK reeling matter, S 'li ruiinge Iuhln IIle alien lion. It gives cnniplcuou.prtimlncnra .

.._. I ly than did our troop that day. Now (likewise, ho was larger than I), but whenho clean np that d-d rascal, old Granny Heat w Iii tirulscil Iminls against I rule.. original and ..''Ol'e. limo Aununl. to ai* ; ( _, cnmntrrep, anti finance, and
NOTICE. tat tho most important fort on tho coast i ihi said he hnd killed snakes sixty feet long Grant. WhO wall. "iflniiinnly, l"" l pmr' wllb Iba OIJlh'l' of yrir, 1,1., will bo onaof I Journal on thran' pultllilied blues 11'ltr nt tho, comiuorcliil,,|,, wIth metropolis any other

POST.OFFIC. been gained, as usual you wi hear but ou tho Columhia. I though it time for me The Marshal! fled in dismay.CumoUHMANMHIlOf And "IHMI t the Iniirh nf love, lha must l.r"l. ". iHny "A>ul fir) fAI..llo/-

OFFICE IIOUIU. little of what. the navy did, al'I no doubt to into the canoe, -.- Ho only r..c. lilt Ilr.I"1 .\ Tba "ruurhumtore, MuMrt. Ilontcllrr, .V 811.h, rl' I TIII: MIIUI.V: : noin.irffi *.
effort will be made again show that thar is bad bit of water at rvljit.. of a two cent .lamp, will forward. a copy' by
t "Stranger, a DKfllllNOACl.AIM.
I,. day eicept 8aad1 7 A. M. to I a P. M. Who, laught liy tiiirrrlng, \'\ ihci-l printed Ih''lhnlt In "large
nund*,.from 1 t B.a tho work wan not subHtantiiilly InJure the 1 Ml Gate. Look out I" I thought he -Two gentleman of high, birth, the one 111'11. ,,11 to any )perami who cannot prornro one In hi.a.dghmhirhsoout. typo, anti 1'ulilUlii'd nor W. work." ro Gen. p'J f.r V '. Time flitters are sill. In ,. fcaiurr. :
MAIL CLSK. as a defensive Grut wns lying, and so only nodded to him.- a Spaniard And the other a Gorman, having Oy'111' "nwll'III".t. .
I I. MARK T iniimT.
Northern, t and, Sunday ticeut.d. who is always willing to take the cretit What'a the 1 loll Gate f I found out before rendered tho Ktnpuror Maximilian tho Ho |irriyclli. last who Irnvti uiiguciwod town and village, and are teualvely urod lhrniiili'out | ., testY 1."ANArCII.UI. ,. "..k.',. of New

i.nd.y.uite.S0'.M., Mall doM al 4 P. M. when anything I is done, and equally ready I long. At Hell Gate ((11t a more fitting Second many services, they each, for recompense The myslurlvt." of nnother't tin-nut. \, lh. enllra rlvlllaod world. [(1'0-11 1 Ork, o"'P..lnl," 1.IIMun. I'uinhrliluo, 10" I'liUuiM-
Mall (via. $,. ) cloae. It 9.*5 A. M, blame of tho failure the phla) IhoNtw .,,- '" l'u""lcI MiamT,
(Tnetdavt, Tbartdtva.nd M.rkl ) Crn Hallcloea to lay the on navy, annie I never could of)) the river tlemnnic.l hits daughter Helena Why check grow pub, why cjri-i o'erflow, suit IHtimati. I'HnnncN M< ib00000try;
a I P.M.,('Y'I..a Tbon.).Cor,11 when n failure takes place, I feel under no narrows down to half it* usual width and In marriage. prince, who entertained Or h.'n.I..rhlo,tliou ncetl'.l not know, anil full report,of llio New Tulsa Muslim .VUlinall.h.ih .

WILL ARRIVE. obligation for receiving and allowing a report there arc three largo rocks in tho stream, equal for each of them, could Enough 1 note by many I sign of these rrnorluro lulcil coniii'il| || with ireat care,
thai no obtained
ami contain llio can
North and Mall East dallf dally, al,at 7.90 I.SO P..AJ M.Wetlern to be spread from his headquartersthat making it still smaller. Tho water is forced not give reHll'c to either ; and after That every heart hath nvcdt like thine. up lo the lima of puulnt
_Ih Mall u.II 4 (Taetd.y.,Tbanday.and there were three (day when the navy through tho passages with great force and much delay ho told them that, as they 1"1 for vi I I). In AiiHirnr.Ti'Htr. litrmtinnr, which. eon-
T.). might have operated and! did not. Ho of it the left and teStis each week .rllek on prettiest anti .rlenllilofniinliiK
most taking his attention
Crawfttrdvlllo 11.80 A. M. (Monday and rapiditv, passage.At both had equal claims: to '-- tlmt .r.of icrnil value In Am rir>n uu-inrn.
.'.), V.I u..t know as much about it as ho did wheisho eight of it I aut thought that regard, ho could not give his definite consent Kiotu Uio Atnerlcnn Block .OU'"o''. A .pvclnl fi-aturo of Hill deparliurnl I. weekly

I-OHTAL nt'lK8. wrote to mo, saying tho only way in if I got ashore "Pelo. I would let to cither of them to marry bis dnngh- luminary of the cnnillllim of the Hop Miauil .1
I and in
HorBOs .
Many errara occur by persons not observing the followInir could be taken by Hip-Shot Hip-Swoony homo and abroad.It.
which tho place was fchirt and tobacco to tho dogs. I decide it their
reffilUttoiiti I my : gd ter, and that they must by A very full report of tIme proceeding or She
In dopotlUoic I letter., .n. or mIscellaneous matterI I running thu ships past the batteries, paddled that canoe, I paddled until I own strength nnd address ; but ho did lu'-SIO.-'I'hu. defect ao termed it ni K.rtn.r., Club of the Aim-rlran Inmltuto U printed
I I. the offlce) for m.llnl.) all letter t b d.U.r ho had studied R In the In each Issue of thin Weekly Woni.n,She dots ajltr IfntiaHiny
dn.t that
back would /mipjuiiit
bowing evidently the skin of either both
within Ih.clty, thought aero my not wish to risk tho loss or fre'luoltIYllstilU1 Opinions of tho Press. aj ilu <7,.n, Hy Ilila ananireiui'nt the reMirtaiipr.r. |
rrte ol nut eent per half uunce.or' the hydrography of Capo Fear River, and surely give way. Two hundred poundswere by Buffering them to fight with offensive but not always tamo degree of no- ; In time Weekly Wonl.l Otis week In advancaof

.l'ym.L by.lmp. ralr' r.. 'bn cat plo per did not know the virtue there was in our put in every stroke, and I made about weapons, ho had ordered a largo bag to be verity. ll it I ligamenlary twist or dintor No nrilclu evrr utarmr.allalnud 'to.null UlboUld..IInl'U' .U. pulillcalluu In my other weekly paper.I. .
half under. wooden walls when went in for a fhirstand.up.tight. lookedas lion which \\iofuntioH\ of this lionet in lerlty.-idMns A ;portion nf Iho Weekly la rncrvcdfitr
aoa o they minute.
prepayment by .lamp required on all I transIentprInted 80 per Tho rocky bank brought, and ho who should bo successful by, fuinlly reading tiittltor, lni'liiillnj original and
mailer, domMlle. <. Any fort in rcbcldom can though they were being back enough to put his should obtain materially affected.b ut not nloultini to An .rilcle of ".eo mi,rlt md vlrlua.-CliuliuuiUWe aolecled stories, poems, wall of humor and ex- le.f4 .all .b"..t.Mi be taken if we can only get in reach of it. at railroad speed. Hurrah I through tho his daughter. This rl\111111 duel 1 took abRolulo diloutOl although .\\m,1 Intel from book and periodical.. Puuticu'iarslton.tilts the .-
b..Pot Or. will boxlven to thl.drpartniunl durlnv
should, .bo practicable, b I have served with the Lieutcnaut-GencraJ Gato of Hell without shipping a drop of (place in of tho whole imperial ceed froll of causes, In .'h1lcI, ceo Purer letllinony 'In the I'/llmry/ of thus PaIn ,) A .pncltil feature of IhoVVeikly VVouLU ye.r.A I. a
MONKY ORDER DEPARTMENT.* before where I never worked so hard in water I looked back and hngge IYMulr court, and lasted nearly an hour. At Ihock tom limo different prominence or Ki. Wa U..sucH and know In magic II, .luol. In".01.h'l carefully eunipllrd tuiuiuary of lliu news of each
Etpeelal,attention .la lo the money order system life make succeed as I did for I limo German uneven or ..1 wi>ek. It I. inado an completo that no nno who
cUe to a man I took smoke bragged the and Irregular ,
my a Spaniard U IJ
at a sere and cheap transmUting money through lke I length yleklod "1..1 f.II., roiil. ll can foIl of Imliif well pound on all limo -
the malli. Orden an Inaed lu sums not .lending afty him. You wi scarcely notice in hit reports about it, all to myself.: It i II I flip of a tho Itaron of '] albert, when, ho had lent, blo".'ltliIN. or wrenchen, fin drawing now. of III. dujr.IHibllibi'd .

dollar.person.and Larger it the amount same Sims can by b.additional transmitted the tarn that navy did him any Ien'ieo. cent which I had rather do, run Spokane put his rival into tho 111. took hil on his heavy .loads) a* well: at by eliding orfalhiuig. limit."A tL-JIuntsYdt'l'uly' cmii. fshii-.su_" *'. CninHy should b wllh.

I BATES t>9 COllMIUfilON. when without tho help it has given Ilnl Canon or the Hell Gate jam! I would ruth- back DUll ;placed him lt feet of tho Kmperor : thero 1 Is little dOlhl but it occur siii: suiiu.nuIItu.; :,
On order sot.iceedlni I JO, 10 cento.On the way through, ho never: would er walk tun miles than do, either again. who, on tho following day, gave tho much oflenor from carelessness, inattention Thor. I.I"lln8.yd,.iiriniicil thin. "I'uln Killer Tueiday anil, rVlilcty, I. a large quarto
orders over f w and not..seeedlngW,IS cent.. wish li ) family innillrliia now all Iho lu the IMIf -
>b"I coiilnliilnic nave puhllihed
in and' from violent
I wants down the river a
On order over lw ud 'exceeding $t 1 cot. been JEutennut.Gouel'nl. mag Dressed. and floated victor his daughter Helena in marriage. brutnlty. eill'r In luc-7VNNWM, OrynH.II Woni.n, wllh the >ei On oo''e(40 end eioeedmg $. ,1 nanimity olcerl of tile army, my lazy manner, cnioying tho air, my pipe, -.- .- blow front thodopr tots out of limo mny hu of uu liili'rul to lion realduuco uf Now
CM obti.offlcet(Torn In H Plorldt A. M. t a g P.I if.Money follow t .111 and is so avaricious 1 regnrdu fame that and looking forward to my supper ot bacon TDK ENULIKII MISSION.-Tho St. Louis itablo when hastily led in or out, or lu sItu- has real ftiarlli .a. liii'nii. (if '.llulul ptiln I'...., York t'ltr. lie tunrkel ri'purl. are a. (lull M Ibnioul
ruputullitii ,,
niadlilnv .i-qulriM a
vllle.Anirailln.) Key Wett-TallahaitM and Kernandlna. r.DHCobH.Wularw..11. ... ho will never, ifhe can help It, do justiceto nnd flour with the greatest satisfaction, I RrJ"blcUlsnYI : "What woul our read ping on oar than by any other mean wllt.everlUln a ry.1 1/,1. I'uln.KII.r.-\.r"., (Kg.) Dimly| Xm.It. the Illiirnry Dally edition nialtorou, and Friday ll conlnlni of.atb, bealdr.week,InlurrllliiK atoll-

Tbt rule of Ibis once forbid not In 1 Hi employor our .department. AVhcn tho Rebels saw a house ou tho bank, and welt thero crs of St. say if they Lady. Thorne'i cane of lute. Let report of Ilia Variuur.'Club,
Onoo"wiLl lit olttclal pD' from entering-- write the of this war then, and white and it late learn that lion. 'r. Blow hat will be the cause however a issultiuns wonilnrful power III rHIovlnif lImo IO.t .e\.n
't rllnw. It I. BO one, whatever their history -found two men, OH was were to Henry euro (mill (b.. never eiiuu.lleiI.-JIuurilsp.un| &./",-
boo b..1
petition,wl 10..the,, pnly! thel', will the country. bo made to feel decided to camp.\ The men gave me onions, our present minister to Irazi. i is on hIs completely brought about to laid Till: l).tll.Y WOHI.M
B. L. TIBBITTS, P. M. what tho navy has done. peas, corn, melons and coffee. I had a rare way back to the United Stltes, and that long. For an tho injury i* not only deep I li nno (if limo few urtluli that are. jiitt, .lint Uipy, onlnlni nil lla sews of tha day thai ran he ohlnlnedliy

From Ibe Cincinnati Commercial. I do not feel at all kindly toward Gen. meal. After supper I wont up to tho house moro improbable thing have transpired looted, and also aggravated by work or regular 1""lontln boyj. ttiwntl-Jr 11'1"A.O"r mJ luau thorough end teli-vrapb dlwuulon.from of all all lopli.pnrt. uf of the InlcMI.TIII world. ,

Grant for tho indifference he displayed in to talk and smoke. I wonder what make than appointment dote said HOI. Henry training and use of llio own npliilon,, I. Hint mi (flimlly ilinulil, Im with-

< this matter until ho found his own reputation of this river ( and '1'. Blow to bo extraordinary and. but rent rest, rest; assisted alil/llotllll alit bottle nf It (sir.ilnulu hour. In Ittili' wuuniU,
NWUET MIXVEE.: tho mel : no profane: so exceedingly envoy ,sums Ac., II l I. time muni.n.c.u.1 ,.IU : MOIII.I*! ,
at stake J then he was glad to I throw inaccurate iu their statements. minister plenipotentiary to the court of St. of any avail, for sifter turning a horse out .1..11., 1u" tur.-Aren, fit. JuA (tiiitiSd.After L'liiiiini'iii'ed In iMlis, hues Inn n published .hoiit time

the elephant) overboard that had weighed ,ThCbO two outlied the noble liar I let in James f Wo do not moan to imply that to regain strength, I have found over andover Int of January In 1IKM, IWKI, soul Sum?'). that fur
Let the day come wet, or coma It dry, him down so heavily.; He could not help told the wonder has been made nor do thai renewal of training and nl01 yr.r.'Irl.l' of Huvln' I'uln KI''I., Snll i will ho rcvily altuul Jniiuary lint.
this .
'Mong Ilfu'i flower I'm a butterfly i the morning. They mo appointment again I .,Ivl.. thai enery fiiinlly ilioulil' |iravhln "Tin wuaii us Au.woeuc" euimtuisue.vast qisuuuutlty
gay but know that Gen.iwly MIN ui.t.iit-Aut. if political Information nf ui. la sv.ry voter, and S
And lifu to me \one ceaseless clmnn, Krr( (tN. ) (Joifilt, if nub i-buraclir a. can bo obtalui'd lu uu otkrr .
command of this expedition. The matter Ono told uio about the Columbia River hero are a few consideration i Thu President injury previously tuslainod.UuSvvKKNV. I a ollli liil uf
full return
For the blued o youth still kep.| mo ,'ar. wns constantly discussed with him { ho .Canon I would pass through tho next day ; it i is knowl, want Western man. : .-Thit it I species of dit- 1 li. 1'iilu Kllli' nf I'.rry ),,< A IU'' ..1.1 rot,. every aulillcallnu.Important In II elm are lion primed| limit volu nf New York

Ami Im tweet sixteen, rJ A allch. knew thvl ho had placed himself and all of told mo of the great lumber of men who Morton cuii't go, because if ho doe the caste whiuh may bo tcrniud a tolutiou of lilniitly rociiiiiiiii'inl. V/u .,.. Imiulh' .. .. Slate by rlix-llon illitrli'li, .ml ul C'ouuellcul, by
8vt lilting on a limb. of timor, .ni| Invarlultly, with / l.wae lha iiainn tiltS titles of each oandlilato for
his staff board tho flagship in those will elect Democrat "that i. if diaguoiiti "r'-II'/ |
numerous on. had found u path to kingdom como Indiana Legislature a continuity in y *cored, Mi h lirani h of hiS New Turk Li' lil lnr.l llnl of
For met Ben do Ford, and everybody spoke of him ''watrof the Hudson Bay canoe 1"1 to the Senate & wont du, fur I cartons it i II a rarity in Europe' scarce rouiember lil.|.
No wealth bare I at my command, a commander of the troops.. ben lost there ; and seeing thatI too multitudinous to name. Blow atHio over _teeing or hearing of a cano acrot (Ito tr neutrally, .... .. .|lvc--liu- Iliiprcieiilallve.( nvriili i .compluto| ublluttry luminary record of and, political Hit of ImporH'lil events-

But k'million would not buy thIs hand; In a conversation with Gen. Grant I WHS' getting a bit anxious, ho ruined: all Janeiro U rather too much inteiestudiu Allunlio. ISut in the hint' 10 year hav -- ; lurlnii each year; urop report.| ooiinu .IntUile.i

That U, It would not buy for you expressly told him that-! wanted nothing by saying thlt ho had seen great cedar fOKtring the trade of the Muitimiippi KUUII several cote of it twine la tho 1'ack 'rll nil of OonnrMi, Au., \a A. a comjinl pvlliuulimnuul

,Unl_ to mine your heart were true, t do with! Gen. But.Ierand he promised tree broken in two by tho whirlpooU in Valley suit the views of coma ot the I Hornet" of thu pfovinco of"I'eruaILuco." Great [ & Scotch Quarterlies II lutes no oUnl.TERMSjaY| .
For iwect tlxloen, ripe a peach me faithfully that he should not )have any tho canon. That tree was a little moro Kaslern friend of tho l'ro.ideut who tire Itriuil duiiiiginy tojourn there In 1850 00, MAIL.WKKKLT .

Swinging 1'0 on limb. Will anybody A roach with the .expedition.' Two than I UOIJ take lu, and! as I don't like to ulamoring for h. reoa. l'rooidlut Grant' itlto in the Alorioal Cavalry durlngM AwnBLACICWOOD'S

tho fleet ready to tail at reject part of tho talc I just set all his late /am Jl' il requires some tile tear I met with an odd case hero and WORLD:
.. *
For mil I montll I u.copy. ona year,............., I) 00
notice, and I the description down Moue magnificent lie, toothing siuve. Blow has hod a consideriiMu there and of late was called into a treat I MAGAZINE. Pour eople* ona year, .eparalely atMruinitJ,.. 7 no

And If for yours I change, General' decision that he could not spare and himself down an a tory promilisingyoug diplomatic oZIerluno.U I gentleman, noble and game hone affuctod with It by Ten coplci Olin yt-.r,.oparalely addrriii'il.,.. 13 00'

Your bustneM you muM 1 arrange' troop for Ajar of endangering tbd defences' Baron ? unchlutl'l. In the morning it wholly untrllnelu by any ( lii* trip on east thIs isstiuunitner,It iscamofrom ii.rmiiTiii IN I." vows *r rwm.ty SuitS estma copy lu ,getter lu nno up ndilrtM of t'lu....... In Ulf

Thai tIm. Lodge" will not luko all your Ihli in his front. ,I said, ".''bol the expedition I started off I great contempt fur hea lie.11 I eu route a midden strain of niutoular fibre .ilualud The Leonard Scott Publishing Co. Amid u cairn copy. lo getter up nf Club

But punctual coma at hnlf-piut nine lu wi never go until Butler hat a finger I IT' thu cation, but still the feeling grew on moLhat tioine. Evidently the President 1 I. waitingfur close to those liuporlant and bracing rwenty olie mm'purali'lyadilriiird nO ('lob.i'Itty W 00,

Httift ilxlccn ripe a luro enough,, when Butlerlaid tho Baron coulnQt have made. up all something or somebody. Put this nnd iiiuHolvH culled') anatomically speaking the gUAKTKHLV.Tbn Ana nplciuu en dirt opy Mr,to liinua getter iidilrti.n' .. ......00 00 v

8\1 liiglngon a Kiub.A Will pcb.! reach go, The fear of weakeningtho of those tales. I heard tho rUHh'ot that together, and why iin't. it possible ?I 1'11 /Mlol which Ire two In number, EulIaiIurhs: .1.lrw. And lit. oi'inl Wtikly 1 your In Rnllcr np of.. (oo limb.00
-s- .1'nout 1'toaS 1'arvut the Tlie Aorlh 11.,1." fifty cnplr. on utaraluly|
Magnnt or
For met dcoucci disappeared on Buter' proIDtig the water beyond a rOI'1YI.olut, I.trillpod uz. llrtlow, Anti IbiiHi'inl' IV.tltiy i yt.r lo (ivllump of Hub,
sea.- plan for blowing torts to thu fckin cover..1 with itLlauket O\u IIUTIOJ WITH GBKIT BIIITm. aub.\urber\ trochantlnlan. Their uto. are Tlie lon.lcumImlieteler. 4tulr'Crl Review, Duo blllnlri'd cnplc. 1 pint, lo. suite aildrm.....lilt.00

Tug HITMAN HODT.-Tlie muscles of and an army was. hlIUI so quick and lay back looking at tho water .-Senator 'fruulbul, of Illinois, hat t bend the haunch on the pelvis by draw The \ MONTHLY.Illurbttood't(S ( And bnudretl the lull relies* I your 1 year to getter, paralolf SI P 5,1 Chub addJ..J10[ COAnd 'itina

tho huinnn jaw exert a force of 534 pounds. (unprepared) on tho ( ; that they jetting filler and foster, and the river get- Ltcen .making a war speech about Great ing it forward in in jn-oj/rem, K&I'linl I'.dlmliarit: ftaRntlur.'I lh. dally 1 year lu miur uu uf Club.
of almost sai.ed In tho middle of a heavy gale.Gen. ling narrower and narrower; I noticed Radical (hoot to work or act whiltt the ) SEMI WEEKlY Wllll.f'. **
TIIettsaIst.iIy pure water ,which) Llo Britain, in Chicago at a meeting. and WE feitlODICAU TUB )' t . . .' ...'. M 00'
remain tit- Ml
horse ?
Grant knew that I did not care a fig that tho high water line wan fur above tho tcr* the tlalionary Alt 'EIll Ino cnpy, t year <
natural it <
eontnmt itt ,
State very { lie : A. through which the I.. uoad. / Two ii-plM 1 yr'ir' l.l>ariil ly. tttldrwHivd,..... n Ml
amount1 to almost Kiel for the power boat,' I was very willing banks, or rather far above tho present wa- aait 0] point, it wi produce that appearance tired lirtuln .nit Iceland l .1. .r tiutmiiueuul4Kuropul Your ioi/lci 1 ymr, .rparaUly tddrt'iicd.,,,,. 10 10
cstirnnte. the turfnco teven-eighths.of the lungs at 180 to try it at an experiment but not disposed ter; to I knew the canon must bo very "I uovcr think of the surrender of Mason flexing thu ipinal l'rll called ire Kuiwuiuily liruunhl lulu mom. or Imlulliiui. fun enptea t yrar, lo onu .ildn-M,....... .... WOO
think it that blidell to the Government, alter loach Back" ticking of the tack ,011IUII".lul,11 ul rmlitrt.lll.torjr And .u eli,, copy to (getter Dp of (Club
I the 1 or
It hi up
to trust ; altogether, narrow to pile water IritiKb
mantor. /lullKluli. -
square feet, and the blood )U a fifth the alt blutir.pliy | I'lilloiKil'liy. Art fen ruplcs I year, .ddreMi-d,... TJ OU
weight of tha body. ,A man U taller in most unhandsome in him to listen for ,a My courage wai It i good ( but when we had) taken thtlu (1 the British snub whim they dout act a depression I I. tho the 5reaI political qui-ilUtii.. ,I'f Iliii |t