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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 24, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
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
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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1850 Dr. Kano white laborers
PUBLISHED ; called on Miss i Fox, The Great for the cotton fields
Containing tho correspondence nml l and, concealing himself! behind the Cotton Question during the present season. If
so,
Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday history! of the acquaintance, engagement parlor door, when Margaret\ come in Numerous correspondents, who wo havo: a total effective force of

-- ...... .......M and secret marriage between no seized her in his arms, kissed her, appear, to be interested in lowciing 485,000 cotton raises

TEIlMS-Cash In Advance. ) Elisha Kane and Margaret and crying "My own Maggie you the price of cotton now held by the 1'110lext question is how much

Per, Annum-three times a Week..........$0 00 Fox, with fac similes 'of letters and are again mine-the betrothed wife producers of the South, .coolly state cotton can we rell ona ly.expl't to
7"o. di> twice a week........... her of Dr. : that all the bo
.... 4 00 portrait. New York, Carleton KaneWhat! more can von I hegrocs have to raised} per' hand I ? Statistics show
goon
Do. do oneo n week.................. 2 00 publisher, 180G. ,, flair 5" lIe thou placel, a. iioh. .. .on v.. \vol'k :with enol'g-y. and ..hnf.----- n.inun-_.... tllnt in 18-/.0./ with.-. fl.. .(,-".'t'O "I' f1"ro .
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reach KF"TlieBo of rnloit put In the -'Sentinel" within tha' Lato in the autumn of 1852 Margaret her finger, which he had, found.0 in juently tho cotton, crop of the present 000 laborers, our crop was 1,800,000 v. vvv,
every man the
II.I. State. __ I Fox, with her mother was occupying tho Arctic regions, and gave her a year cannot be loss than 2,000- !bales, or three bales per hand. When
--- locket containing the hair 000 or 3,000,000 bales. the ]laboring force
IUrus or AVEU'J'SN"J rooms at Webb's) Union Ho of his deceased Persons! doubled between

tel, Philadelphia, and giving exhibitions brother'Willie. who make such statements cannot 1850 and 1800, the croj!, proved to

One TO tin PAID roil ix ADVAXCB : in spiritual manifestations, and Shortly. before leaving for Eng-- have visited the outskirts of this, and! bo 4,500,000 bales, crjual to 3 3.1
scitmro, (12 Nonpareil lines,) or Ion, for it land, Dr..Kano while other Southern cities where bales ]hand.
the
first Insertion.................._...... was at one of these "sittings" that spending:: the thousand negl'ol'SJy per What then shall [bo
jj 00 at Mrs. our estimate
Knch subsequent Insertion ....... ..... Dr.'Kane, then in that city prepar- evening Fox's, spoke of his congregate and are living for tho present 'eltl'1
Eatiito und Legal Notices to be charged.h 75 ing for his ]last Arctic journey, first feeble health, and said, "If I send for in comparative idleness and I des \\ e must remember that there is a

the sirno, as transient advertisements, saw Margaret, whom at this first interview you, my own Maggie, will you come titution. There are in this city at scarcity of stock and agricultural: im
i exoapt Notion of Dismission to me J" ." / will '' present! not less than plements that
o 8 AdminIstr.uor he .is represented to have "Certainly she ans 85,000 negro ; fences, gin-houses
for which the charge, nlmll be.. 18 00 repeatedly said ho determined to wered. !"I fear you would hesitate, men and women, who have drifted and habitations need repair ; that
Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect make ]his and yet you know hither from the rural districts in food must be
charged advertisements., wife. She was then scarce- you are my own :: orili provided ; that much
ly thirteen of -my own" anu men' alter explain. .>ifr> enjoy the imjifn'nnrv casa mifl:l of the rich cotton _hrlll.. ,II,..". .1,
years beautifuland
age, a m.'V"i'\ UH'
artless girl, and from' that] day ing to her tltat'such a declaration, in pleasure of City ]life. A similar !story Mississippi( arc not yet redeemed

&.wfctithmn: jnati. forth till he left on his voyage, his presence of witnesses, ,constitutes a may be told of every city and town from overflow by the rebuilding of

unbounded devotion to her is shown legal and binding marriage, and call from tho Potomac to the fiio Grande, tho broken ]e\'ees. Our: dependence

:: i in ]his daily notes, to have been ing her mother, sister, a young lady} and the total number) thus drawn for a crop must rest chiefly upon the

A. J PEELER, and sincere She abandoned.passionate who was spending the evening there, away from agricultural employments highland farms, which arc far: less,

ATTORNEY spiritualism, and at his and and the !servant, ]ho informed them is indeed cpormous.According\ productive, than those of the lowland

AT LAW, earnest desire took up her express residence that he wished them to witness his to our friend's statistical All things considered, we cannot expect -

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. at Crookville, in tho vicinity of Philadelphia solemn declaration ; table there were about 4,000,000 more than: three bales per hand,
,
Offlce up Stairs "Then standing and slaves in tho South at tho .which would yield
over the State Sank. at a boarding school up holding commencement 1,440,000 bales
,
Kyitlllo* IIOUM from 0 n, IlL, to 1 near Margaret's hand of the war. It the in all.
from 2 to 6 p. m. p in., und an aunt of Dr; Kane. Before this while his left was custom .
.
October 21 -GinEDWIN P M*1 MfV/l ., arm encircled her form ho said ..r I. in ancient times to os.t.irn.'itn .
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and mother veto in this "" 'Maggie is my wife and I am her hus tenth of every nation or tribe as warriors young lady having"set "

A HART, occupied rooms at Mrs. Sullivan's city, and band. Wherever wo are she is mine or persons capable of bearing for a rather large specimen\ of the I

ATTORNEY "F street, three doors west of Thirteenth and I am hers. Do you understandand arms. Taking this as a basis of cal opposite sex, and having1'failed to

AT LAW, ," which Governor consent to this, Maggie ?l' Mar culation, there were at the beginning win, him, was telling her sorrows to

MADISON, FLA.CjlLL Wisconsin! procured for Tallmadgc them and, garet answered that she did.. of tho> war 400,000 negro men be a couple of her confidants, when and
The tween tho ot'18 of them comforted her
soon after remainder is composedmain ages and 45 with these
they Dr. years.
III came Kane
prnrtlc-o
lute
\ Courts of tho Middle arrived words
Judicial C'lroult. took up his residence in the ly of Dr. Kane's letters to Miss |Fox, Of that uumJer! 200,000 entered the : "Never mind, Mollio, there

JAiljruuv: 15, IMII6( 47'eW. same family, and was devoted and the portrait which it contains army of tho United States, but the is as good fish in the sea as ever yet

I H WHITNER "Maggie," and attentive and to I I shows the face of a very beautiful sword and disease reduced their ranks was caught. JoIIio knows that,"

to the last degree to the respectful mother girl.Dr. to 100,000. Since the close of the replied her little brother, "t.nt die

i. ATTORNEY AT LAW, and sister during:: their stay in this Kano left Margaret a legacy war many of these havo been disban wants a whale"The

M.tDISOFLOItII.t.. city. He had declared his love in his will, which has been the] sub ded and gone to tho North and West.

WELL[ I'HACiTICE Itf T1IE COURTS OK professed marriage: and been ject of controversy, and tho publication The remainder are in the! army sliJ!. late Dr. Jayne, the "medicine

.. M 1.1.He. Circuit. in Philadelphia. This accepted of these letters is alleged to be Of tho 200,000, who did not enlist, man, of Philadelphia, believed)
r visit
> in
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co. 1865fJULIAN!
Washington in for the purpose of'indicating her some perished in tho Confederate! strongly in the policy of using prin.tcr's .
.. was February 1858.
) ,
. ', On tho 27th of May he character, which it is certain that the service while engaged in erecting ink. it is slil: that he expend-

BETTON, Crookville, took leave of went to" volume does. furts and liirrrinnr::: trniiehns : 100.000) (>(} annuallv. I q5 .000, in. .III-.I.". "-,..f......:.,,,.,

;' .' EALKU IN and sailed for the Arctic seas"Mnggic the, ._... are now to bo found in towns 'and and this proved to be tho secret .or of

.' : 30th from on Fernaiidiua. villages throughout tho South his great success in business. lcar!
New em-
\t York
\; Boots carrying
; Shoes and Leather with ployed l on beard of this fact in mind reader if
:'I;. him a portrait of her which From steamboats! in you have
a
was a gentleman who
reached hotels, or playing tho of goods[ to sell, and bo to
Wf. independent sure
keep
, companion of all his this part '
.,' 7" TALLAHASSEE, FLA. wanderings, and place recently, from! the "I land,} frecdmcn. Of the balance them before tho public through 'tho
was !borne "
; strapped his back in City learn ,
wo that
upon }
;( I'irst many of tho old
Dour :North of State 25,000 removed into tho newspapers.
liitnk. its frame when States >
'kK., toiling in tho frozen denizens and, a ]large number ot'IJew
: ;: March 6, ISHl/ where cotton is not produced und
wastes and ,
3mBLACKSmjTHINC placed his havo In
by couch ones
at gono to that place to tako a recent game of billiards between
72,000 remained -
f': night.. !His letters at homo ou the old
. continued warm up their permanent abode. \Ir. Phelan/ and John McDo-r
plantations and!
. '\ and true n his absence.. "Dear, dear ..Three saw mills are in successful now bo found, in the most field of them may vitt, in New York]:, the latter scored

: H. B. FITTS & CO. Maggie : In' tho midst of ice and operation ; two are in process of con It will be to at work. 1,000 points to his opponent's 200-
for
q ;,' A now prepared to excouto Ivory di-acrlp- desolation I still think of you. Can struction, and parties were in town disappearance easy of 100,000 account( tho making 722 points in three innings,

thin of you; while hope and sunshine linger endeavoring to procure sites for oth men- ignorant negro wo- running\ 320, 250, and 142. '1 he

BLACKSMITHING( ,,. around you, turn a thought to mo ?i" left their poor homes creatures, who match for the championship of Amer
In tlio bunt iimiuu'r" und 1 HH low nit ; .__ is his ]language and ers.It is believed that I to follow triumphant jest, !between
tho and
tho cant of lIIulorlul. &e., will ndniit, ut, Tla-y constant'spirit.But town of St. armies, but perished! of culd hunger Decry McDevitt,
'... have 10011|red the services ot Homo of tho when ho came back covered Marys. destroyed by U. S. Troops and fatigue ere the bliss of, free- will tako place not Tuesday, at the
BEST with glory his during tho war, will I Cooper Union, New
SMITHS IN THE STATE family remonstratedat not soon be re dom became theirs.: We York. I
Those who may favor u. with their his marriage to such a built, and that Fcrnandina will, there are speaking
patronage poor girl, now of
will l 110 grown The Crnn
tfimiuntiied tmtiro imtiiifitntloii. up women. ron
NEUI1.ALGIA.-Tllko
B yrilio. with the associations of fore, become the' recipient of all two ,
nearly opposite tho Podt 011100.'ulJ ,)spriritualism tho children who followed them fell bv
3. 1868tt I.POil! her. His return was ''in trade from tho entire section of country tho wayside, and slumber large tablespoonsfull of cologne and'

October, 1890, and from that time bordel ing upon and unmarked two teaspoonsfull of fine salt ; mix
lying
To Printers and adjacent unconsecrated To them
Publishers. till late in to tho graves. seek together in a small bottle :
the autumn 'of 1850 ho ( rjvcr{ St. Marys. for their ; every
-: :_ was engaged in With'tho: guarantees promised free time you have any acute affec
'narl'n- of
preparing his re-opening tho Flori.a
dom), 25,000 have North ton!
gono East of the facial: '
,
: Having tt largo !lot of surplus tive. October llth, his health failing Railroad (an event confidently! expected and West, and 125,000 nerves or neuralgia,
about
. he sailed 'for England thence at an early day) and the are simply breathe the fumes in' vour
} PRINTING MATERIALS energy towns, cities, and, villages from
washing lose the
from London to St. Thomas, and on and thrift so characteristic of bottle and you will !bo'
:'v J ullor tot "Ie, FOR Cooking, or following tar less creditable mmcdiately relieved.
'' "' OASIS, the following ILrt!. his voyage from thence to Havana itscitizfcns, Fcrnandina'wiir'cre I
a long occupations. This
I would ]leave
clog at 'I
nnrnlvtic resume tho '
: shock seized him and he position' which sho
attained 150,000 effective femalo laborers in Artemus Ward arrived in New
One-nail Jilanutactnrers' .races. died at Havana in a 'short time after nrior t'o the civil strife which the rural-districts.] Of boys and c trirls]: I York on the IGth,.after a pccul/arily: ,,

-\VA8III.VQTOX S, In1.,1 nrdrrOno .HAND PRESS, BlzoNo. his arrival there (December 25tb,) cast a temporary gloom upon tho between the ages of ten and eighteen successful tour in tho South. JJo,

2 IV, lii.\t'XGellitiit::>11 IYG1'O'i ordor.HAND PUEdS.iilio: No while preparing to come homo."Maggie" nearly'all future 'prospects'other 0(' not only this but years, there are perhaps, 120,000! half goes to Europe' in April.

250 Mm JtltlCVIKIt.I was in New York when seaboard towns in of whom aro cither employed .
J "50 Ilia, I.OXO i the Southern States. or aro In 1800 there '
/ Jj [ALL 1'IUMER.4IHJ1U. I'lUA. Dr. Kano arrived from tho Arcticseas --Gainesville loitering about towns and villages. were fourteen thou

U Punts .lOll TVI'K. but he did not call on her' till New Era.Ono We have, therefore, of available cotton sand negroes in Ibcrvillo, La.' 'To
20 ftiiitu DIHI'LAY TYPE tho third day after his 'arrival raisers day there is but one-fourth of that''
'
UUASIW. UAbliES, KULKS, LEADS, FtTlt- and of the/ :
speakers.. '
In l'is'TURK nutting nut IIII.lllI u fact twice evor)time thing numwwiry her pride was so wounded that it was at the Radical (Stephenson) Negro m.en. ... ... .... ., .. .. ..75,000: number 'c'
paper size
ia this
of meeting
"acntluol." tho with great pleading on his city Negro women. . .. . .
part that .. .,,. 150,000( Tho total] loss fires in; '
W A. BIIOBER, she consented to an interview. Her on.Monday evening said, that "he be- Negro boys and giiU ... .. .. .. 00,000 by .New ,
Proprietor Florida tiontliiul.: determination to forever JievecJ, l fho best way to reconstruct York for tho year ending .the 30th.

P, B ;BROKAW'S ; was however end shaken'tho-, and enagcmont .. \yas in to.construct a t housand, gallp- .l'ota ... .,.. .... .. .. .. ... .., 285.WOWo = November, 1805, was 8,030,047.! ,

a. meeting '.took 'place the 'Doctor ses tiltq'South.Yo! presume the must now take into consider JA new sensation in New York is'a
\
would
LIVERY AND SALE clasped her in his arms: >and both speaker of bo glad 'now 'to takea tion tho number of \\ hite persons who- hearse wholly white with gold, giltand
contract tho will devote
same kind in their attention
burst in 1801 to
cotton
'
.tears.i) Ho told over, that 'their but after trying_ for n vprtr. -. rii-inf_..u rftisincr. In the cotton States there ---

Stables !f.ff account of family marriage opposition must be index, on period, ho found it dangerous work, were about 2oOOOQ white men at A reporter of the ,N.Y. Herald' ; had'

finitely postponed, and drawing, up a and relSigne. ."-OM ipayo. ,Times. tho commencement of, the war, who, IL fight' in Kichiuond, and got his eye

statement that, if so inclined might havo devoted bla keJ. Literally black: man.
the relations between The'J J latest ,. '>
TALLAHASSEE discovery that we have their attention to the
FLA. them wore merely] ,friendly, .sho-con-i heard of is raising! of cot.
Maximilian's(
using-a
piece of 'is
-\L80- send llag stalk, ton. Of this number 100,000 hav agent said to bo' '
ty sign,it, 4
saying hQweYer'il.'i
suqhas in floating about '"
grows and been killed Washington in'
SW1lmp-! bogs
or disabled a'very'\
'/ not truQ., ,Thq ,during the
CARRIAGES Doctor
BUGGIES WAGONS aomq days ns'ajWjcfc for unobtrusive ''"' '
kerosene '
lamps. An war, but their places way. ,1.
after:; t'etuvngdtb! paper, to Mflrgaret;} tixchaug4say's it is havp to sonic .. .. ,
; I
AM HARNESS and extent been
FOR SALE. saying as. ho did so'lThq very,,, porous: supplied) by tho growth'l DO\1Eti'
::1 ,, .wicked shall through0i} th<> oil ; : 1O MAOAZINES._.\Vjvct.f e
:;'uUuhussoo, Yuv, 0,.1865-1t Ut.illhe1' t the kingdom:of God l and burns well passes.,,freely and ot'Loys. Wo think that i it,, would boa who arc always
; blowing .
.i' .,(< : .' i barge estimate\ to allow 200,000 I hUbbsnJd. tup then,. ;}

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> \ef :Terms of the. .Senlincl," Job 11II1)OI'II1I1ILUCnscs Dccl Our M'asldngtonLetter.. men. ,,,,I have I seen' many emf theta-land I 1

f ; Y "cltincLTAY ; led bj Judge Long. like them And as re1ardsJhe_ test, oath,
rrlnlln&c. .
,, [rsbx onsqwS coRRESPONDENT.J] sir, I am for |Its repeal.": [fK j

The following Important, cases were There'is good rea&nj! to believe. that
J"AI tbl
Although lian all +
vo hnvoon
I S' EE'I't I recently decided byl! Judge THOVA T., Defeat j of |fhe! froptttd Ctnttitultonalnft ; the President will 8"on Issue.n |proclama.

printing materials, stOcK <.h.,! ne cs LONG, of the Srtwannea Circuit?Fla..I, 4 rfipent-tr/ii Radial rower, in Con- tion declaring .that the war leiminated I in

SATURDAY t ,-ltABCHJ24' ,1866.t sary.foitbe publication of ft daily Marshall O. Roberts r' The Florida i press JroHny Morel Constitutional May I lactwi.t-n'tlme..; ', ,; 'Confederate armies

paper, J-et, in order that THE SEXTIXEL I Railroad Co. el aJ. In Chancery, Bill fop Amtndmrtttt Can J berassed-27ie freti- had been disbanded- ; that the i A'people of

i "" AlfnM for The Sentinel.Mr. may be fully "up with the times," Injunction, Relief and Appointment of dents Proclamation loon to It fitue/ the Southern Stales have during the last \

D. II WILBOS. at Quincy.Mr. Receiver.In The Concurrent Resolution a .l yulltty nr-nthj demonstrated
I nine abundantly:
halo !
\\ purebred
just new steam .
THOHAS JESKIJS!', at' Madison.Messr 1 this case the control of property to Each Souse free to Act for Ilttlf-UfbrJ- i their attachment to the government ; .and
*. DREW &OARLatJackconellle. presses, and a complete new dress for the amount of one million, six hundred the Members Against
lion of Republican itlerl.to
Cols D.J.1'ATLOR. al Fernandina. I that the Southern Stales arepn ,
the paper besides i an extensile! as- i thousand: dollars: was at stake. Stntnt.WASniroi'os. l -
Sumner and 1nrCongre
Maj. F. C. BARRETT at Gainesville.! full representation .'s, When
( Mr. C. E. Jonssos, at lonticel1o.Ir. sortment of Job type, superior to any : The motion for an Injunction and Ap ; March 13 I'SC6. this proclamation I is issued, It will probably
'V. L. STROMAS at Cenlreville. pointmenl of Receiver was refused.
ever before seen in this section, to- ;: to day for the readers be followed by an o.mclal circular,
:Mr. JOBS A. GcruB, at Savannah, Ga. I The I !have good news I
next
case was
gether with a large supply of aT: i I The Florida Rail Road rl. L. D. Sticks of the S<"ti rt. The Senate, by a remarkably addressed! to the Senators and Representatives -

kinds of ink ttc. which will large vote, has defeated the proposed ': from tile eleven S6n\hern Slates,
Cheapest Paper in the State. paper, i ney. Action of Replevin. /
enable us to do job printing in nil its The Sheriff served his wilt -jpon the Constitutional Amendment. It way requesting! their presence at Washington.The .

Trl." '('('k I T__...._..u.u......._.._..*6 branches in as good style and at as I Defendant and proceeded to take the not merely defeated : it was defeated in concurrent resolution, whic tf'as
SemiWeekly.r............... the most ignominious manner. It was passed by the Senate on the i3d ult., is a.

.'pc k I J'._......._..._ ___........._...... 2 low rates as any other establishment property, consisting of two! locomotives defeated by defection in the Radical merit bugbear TiiADctcs STEVENS.and)
in the a quantity of spikes &c., &.C. The
Southern country. camp ; and by the desertion of twelve Senator SCMSER hope, by its )passage: tf>
shippers Freeman and Hay, refused to
3"See: Notice of Postmaster CAMERON."See We would invite attention to the give up the properly, and the Captain of Senators ;from the Radical ranks. In tie the hands! of Congress so as to prevent

spite of the frowns of SCMSEB and the tIle admission nll'!!:Iol'rs from any of
terms on which THE SENTINEL will the schooner on which the property was,
the Notice of the State Treasurer I threats of THADDECS TTBVESS, twelve the Southern States during the whole of
now be furnished to subscribers as a (being thee at Fernandina,) also refused,
'to Sheriffs and Tax Collectors. Republican Senators marched over and the present session. But tIle nature: of
and said! they did rot recognize any law
-. Tri-Weekly Semi-Weekly, and joined the Democratic Senators, and killed the resolution, find! the extent to which it.
and that ,
but United States law, they were [
1 'i"'Xo Eastern mail has been received Weekly paper. For the present, two sustained by many of those who had the wicked ameudrnentthatpassed the binds) the membeis, are now clearly understood.

1 here ince Tuesday. We rely entirely forms a week of the Tri.Weekl:, will newly became citizens of the State. House of Representatives' few weeks Itpiovid.-s that no member

upon Macon, Columbus and Augusta for be furnished!! a Semi-Weekly, and Judge Lose called upon Col. SPRAOCE ago. It was passed there, under tl.e dictation shall be admitted by either House, without

new and domineering tyranny of TUAD- the consent of the other House. This,
--* .--- One form as a Weekly.: When the District Commander, who: Int..rposedTith
DECS ST'EVENS-passed by a o-lhirds of itself, is a palpable violation: of that
W After the heavy showers of yesterday list of subscribers becomes sufficiently the military authority, and enforced the
vote. It proposed to alter the basis of section of the Constitution which providesthat
decree of the Court The schooner was
f the son comes out comfortably warm large, a regular Weekly newspaper representation : it provided that negroes each House shall! be the judge of
caught on her oil to sea, 'by the
in what would nay
be
Spring:: reality, or will be substituted. should be allow rd to vote in all the States, the qualificalinhs[ of hs own 1111'111 bers-
steamer Shore which was under
accounted Summer in other latitudes. Sytran
the same as white people : it providedthat The Constitution also expressly J providesArt.
Upon receipt of our new presses, the orders of the military authorities, and
1 if, in any State, the negroes! were 1st, sec. 7, tlmet "t'\'ery order, Resolution
NEw GOODS-ASOTHEB ABST.VAL.Messrs. .- types, itc., THE SENTINEL will be brought back to Ferntndina and a guard
not allotted lo vole, that all the negroesin or vote, to which the COSCCBBEXCEnf
G. W..and A. ,M. SCOTT & Co. considerably enlarged] but the sub- placed over her. The U. S. Marshalpreceeded House
Feinandina to look into her that Stale should be excluded from tIe: Senate and may be necessary -
haTe just opened another large stock of scription price to the will remain to I lhPesi i-
paper violation of the Revenue laws. the basis of representation. And this: SHALL be J presented tc :
Spring and Summer Goods of all description the same. Will our Agentsand and aided i Amendment to the, Constitution of the dent, and before the same shall\ take effect -
Those who
attempted to car
.
and low newest! styles See advertisement.for sale at unusually friends throughout the State be ry off the property, (setting the laws and United: Slates was lo be crammed down shall be, : approved by him," or re-
prices.
kind in the throats of the Southern people' / and pas eii by two thirds of both Ilonsps.
enough to aid us bringing Courts of the State at defiance,) took the
Southern Slates while Ihe This lesolntion has not lieru;
concurrent
imposed n ,
PHILADELPHIA OIL WOBKS.-We would our new terms &<'., to the notice of around that neither the Piesideut of theUnited upon
in lo the President and, till Ridicals -
States Provisional) Goveroor latter were unrepreeeuled Congress, presented ,
invite attention to the advertisement of the public ? nor
aud without ghing them an oppoiunityto ( In both Ho-nes boast that [It never
Messrs. SPEAR &. BOSAFFO.T manufacturers MARTIN had any right to call the Convention '

SesOuts frame Constitution had say a word on the subjecl. Item e is shall be, because they know would hI
to a new nor
of all kiuds varnish
of oils
,
cement amendment it fruit rt'tol'd.IL is, therefore, not n N\v. It
Senators and Keprcscntativc. the Convention any right to order the the proposed as came
&c., at 402 South Delaware Avenue,
the House : has no binding force. or effect,whatever.It .
This i il extensive e'ection of State officers and that there
Philadelphia. an con liesolrrd by the Senate and Tloust of JJrpreien has no more effect linn n I mere caucus .
cern, and will meet all calls in their lice The close and constant attention given was no law in the Slate, except United tatirei of the United Utattt nf:America in fan- '
by our Senators and Representative to States law. grew assembled (iai>-iliir.l c! bn.IIIou..,'. eon re promptly. curriup) Thut tie! foli! >*tag iirilclo be proposed it and set it aside iu their ac'i: ,m,
.. the wants and interests of the people of Judge Lo>o suspend the functionsof to tbe Lcglnlntureri of the i>uvi>nilIntcn ;\< nil '
amendment the \OIl.llIlIlInll: <>f the L'nliH' 1
l t7 The Florida Time, (Jacksonville,) Florida at Washington, is deserving: ot\\ his office until! the process of the Court Stntpghl h to when raided Iv ihiffourtln', at any lime.

is now' published by Mr. J. C. GBEELT, special notice by the press of tbe State, should be enforced and his authority vin aid\ Lezinlaluron, shall be Mlll'j iia purl of suit This morning, before Consress: nssembled -
CuuetttutlunI7.APTICI.E.ILepre.en\ :
f ditor../or Jlr. U. )V. B. Hoaosox, pro. and will no doubt elicit the thanks and dicated. He, furthermore, declared his nlhT' .hll bonppoitlnne a caucus of the Republican ;""ntOl'R -
"m...." Ih..n.Slnl"\ which limy lm IMC'Q. was held. The object of lime, cincit
prietor, and presents a very handsome appearance 'I commendation of a1:]. determination to resign: rather than con ded in thia Union cordint, ; to their reptc
__ We wish the new publishers Tbonzh:: refused admission to their sent to hoa Jnd.cial: office in which he live numtiviv, euiinttiitt Iho who] number of was to llry to ascertain "I'PIIt'I'lhl'lP!: was
In each Suite eicluill. Indium not I
Pomona amendment
Cons'.itiHitinal which
all success. seats in either House of Congress and was powerless.To taxed: Provided, thin honcier the cleolKe ,. any !
thus deprived of position and opportunity Maj. Gent FOSTER, commanding fr.tiichUu thai! bu denied or tilt luied! in any. could\ be passed, in the pin\ ce of the one
State on ticccunt of race or color, nil peigini
: to themselves and I Ihen-ln of such race or c..lor ihill ho excluded defeated in the Senate on time 9lh illt Inl.
tT; The Military Commission which distinguish:: publicly this Department, and to Col.! SPHAOTS, I

has been for fame time in session in thin render services generally considered the commanding: the District of East Florida, front the vote basis on the of such above rtpri'seiiliillonThe In the Svinite. win an Since that defeat three or four oilier 1

most important their constituents rot ".... : amendments have been proposed' and) '
J city, Major POLLOCK presiding, has finished to yet la whom Jude LOYG's determination YKu-Me.sr. Anthony, Chnn 'Kr, Clark, ,
its business. James Thompson, their labors otherwise, more especially: !: was made known, the law.abiding citizens Conner, Urngin, Crc"'.11.) FiKi'inli'ii! I'n..r, some of them have been 'fl,- ,'d, in the
(Orl".'.. HnVrif tlowell, Klrl w 'd, Jjino t InUiiuia :
a
> iu ,
chit n l'd with murdering a negro at Madison with the Executive and the different Departments of Flol ida, the friends of order and the Mclo,.!gall, M.ug,tn, Nye l''ilind' I, Hum plnceof one i>them by Senator SCMNEU. -

>a December last, and William Forbes, in behalf of our citizens, will I supporters of the authority of our Slate say, sherimntipraere, Trnmbull, Wade, A\ IIlluina A majority of the ii.ein'neis: of tie
nnd \\11"0-2
(colored) charged with murdering a negro be found not less important and valuable Gove'nment and State tribunals of justiceare XAY -MesarB. Drown, Bncknlew l Cowan i caucus wet t' opposed ,to the lacer: but

in this county in January', were d;s- than those mihthave! been rendered under the highest:: obligations:; for their Davis UendiIcl, Dixon.,JohiiiiiMi, D.mollitiiintl"ie, I.nnenf ,,,,...II.lldorlon'l. were willing to Vote fur the one proposed

charged. in CongressUf this we can speak prompt and decided action in enforcing Norton 1'oroiroj', fiddle, $ lll,.llllr\ (-te"'andglee nr! borne \lime ago by Mi BBOOMALL (an intense -
flockton, Sumner: Van "'llIklc111")
from our own knowledgeparticularly with Radical) in tie, Ilou-e. It was ascertained
the decree
of the Circa Court. It is the -12
--0.S'By The CHAiR nnnonnced that the Joint rmolntlon however that U\o-thiids the
reference to Senator CALL and of
Representative first instance of which we have heard hnvingrecel\edlt<> than atnu.third* tolo,
the 90lh Reaimer.t of U. S. colored troopsis McLBOD-Senator MARVIN bavin3 anywhere in the South, in which citizens had filled, Senators would not, rote for Iliat. Indeed -

to be consolidated at Tallahassee at gone to New York after: spending; a considerable have undertaken to set the law at defiance Thus 'this threatened blow, at )least, i Is as a Radical Senilor anUl'iI.rr-

once, lobe mustered out of service. time in looking after the interests merely! on the ground that it is State averted<< from the South. Bat the significance I mal ked''if! an angel front Heaven 3'iouldoffer !

-.f of his constituents at the Capital.Mess's. ]law or: a decree of a State Court and of the circumstance\: does nnt con an amendment! to time Constitution ,

(: Several cases of Yellow Fever are CALL and McLEOD left the therefore not binding. It is a satisfaction blot in the mere defeat of Ibis }proposed proposing to change! the basis of i representation -

reported to have occurred at Key West State for Washington about the tenth of to know that they were freshly imported, amendment. It consists in the demonstration [ mo lliiids of the] Senators could

and the troops there were to be moved to February and on tbl'irlay )fr. CALL newly made citizens of Florida, and'not of the fact' which it discloses, not be found to vote for it." That ii

Tampa. visited Raleigh N. C., for the 'purpose of oh), residents. They hive learned that that the power of the Radicllls'in Congress Hue ; but then angels in Heaven aie emi'

e-5- I i is bmo ken. U required nine mm gised! in better business than linkeiing
learning the facts in the case of Majoi the laws must be obeyed, and that not "'t
tir: The Common Council of Jackson- GEE and obse..rlng. the preparations the civil authorities alone, but the military voles on the Radical side, to have carried tie C IlSlhutl<'n.

ville has decided that it has not the !legal I being made for his trial beiore a Military if necessary, stand ready to enforce Ibis! amendment in r the .Senate., On the 9Ji Instant also the House refused -

right or the pecuniary, means to enforce Commission. He, of course, interested them. The Radical leaders, were unable to ob to pass' anollier enoiinity, called

the Quarantine regulations in pursuance himself in Major Gej's case.and: endeavoed lain these nine votes, in spite of the most "the civil lights bill,*' which, in eflect.

IIf the order of Gen. FOSTEB and the to enlist in his behalf the kindly feelingsof extraordinary exertions which they made, was a measure establishing iiegio equality
j MAJOR GEE'S TRIAL On the fourth '
-
proclamation of Gov. W ALItER. Either Gen. nrGER, Commanding: the Department found to du so. It is thus demonstrated beyond : ; and leferied I it back to the Judicial

Central F. or Governor, will probably of North Carolina. But in this he page: of to-day's paper will be the all doubt, that the Radicals will not be : Committee, after a debate which indicates

regulate the matter. was unsuccessful ; being: received very only material testimomy on the sixteenth ablo to carry anyone, of' the 27 Const.! that it will fail to pass the House. Tie
day of the trial. l It is toe first that bears
--- coldly by that gentleman, and treated tutioual Amendments which they hive C9tnrolitee have bee 7i hard,atwoik, !hit it"
against Major GEE, and, to a certain extent -
WIhe Itietator a fine new steamer, quite cavalierly.] On arriving at Washing is perhaps material bat 'unices the prepared, and which;' they have presentedto ever since,, pruiiing it,of some,u((| its most

under cpmnnnd of Captain COXETTEB, so ton, Messrs. CALL and McLEOD immediately ; Congress; i objectional featyies, and to-day they
testimony of the witness UAH I Is is rob-
,. 001
11 well known to the travelling public, has obtained an interview with the President I believe iris tiue, that an .intimationhas are to repot, i\ to the Houite again, andTUVDDECS

'f. been put'lpon the line between Charleston and aso with the Secretary of Wpr; orUedby that of a good many thE'rsl been sent to'Hon. A, H. STEPHENS : STBVE> will try to lush it
there is no reason to apprehend that ,it '
; andJacksonviKo! touching: at Saran tbe result of which was an understandingthat of Georgia and lIon. II. V. JOH.NSOX, from through. There is no probability how-
will greatly prejudice the case of the pris.
f; nah.The when the verdict of the Military Com a high official here, .to the effect that they tver, that it \vi'l' pass, even as amended.

; r" Sylvan Shore,Captain TCCKEB, run mission in Major GEE'S case is agreed/: oner. .. ... would certainly be a [I1.iued.lo their coals Many of the Republican members are

ning between Jacksonville and Snvanrah! upon, it is not to be 'left to Gen. ROGER in the U. S, Senate, and, tbat tbe President i. tired of the lyianny ot TIIADDECS STBVE -

t touching!: at Fernandina, is doing an ex- for his approval or disapproval, but Is to CEDAR KEYS -The Jacksonville Times would exert alibis constitutional > and will probably: take this opportunity

tensive business carrying at states that the prospects ,of Cedar Keysare tabling about that result.] to indicate him
many passengergas be reported direct to the War Departmentand powers If to that they ore noL

. she can accommodatefrom both tbe President, by whom the final decision very flattering. By' mid-summer this intimation has, been conveyed to tile to be led and dihenby him any longer.
]rer points of departure. The there will be ten or twelve extensive sawmills Seimtoip" Itja, that '
reputation in the case will! be made. Georgia pretty likely DVILAS.Jj .

-'. of Cap laiD TtcltEa and the excellent management We believe-that tbe release'of Mr. MAL- running there, which with others' the Senators fiom the other Southern ---.. .. -- -- t

t. ; and accommodations of the LOBT and Mr. YCLEK was also! made the near, on the Florida Railroad, will ship States have received like assurances. I A valuable article on 'The Cotton

Sylvan- Short ensure her the patronage of subject of an earnest application to the half a million. feel of lumber per week.Gen. know that 10, far 'as the President and Questioti'from the New Oile'ans Tunes,

travelling public to the full extent of President and Secretary of War, by IC7 Secretary of State are! concerned no efforts will be found on the,flisl pajK; j Its fncts

' 1ter capacity. Messrs. CALL and McLsoD, and not with- FinEr has gone to St. Augustine will be spared to effect this end.- and figures t aieo'b'el1efl'<1 lo be indisputable. I -

f ont !!effect if we may judge from later re to argue the unconstitutionality Mr. SEWARD expresses himself with great ,.

F, f' r:"' WILLIAM WEIGHT formerTv' a ports. The pardon of citizens, the re.es'- of the test-oath as applied! to lawyers, be* frankness on the subject lIe said a few .. .

} { 'Confederate soldier, has been sentenced tablishment of mail routes, and other matters fore Judge FBAZBB of the U. S., District days ago to a prominent Republican politician I At many:,' if not thV majority) 0: Southern ; ,

to two years' bard labor at 'Fort Jefferson of equal importance to the public occupied Coup' who was talking about "tbe rebels business cities, gold is lower than in

Florida, for hurraing for t u'SoutbJ. their daily attention J and 'we are In the South,":,Rebels sir t tliere are no I New Y.or9n/ Saturday the New York

'i Confederacy in 'New, Orleans'during confident: that their visit to Washiqgtoo, FERKANDTXA.-At the Municipal rebels There 1s''''not a'rebel' today in quotation was 13H 1 j New' Orleans, 128.ADMIRAL .

; the carnival Wright being "slightly irie ,. altbough'perhaps unprofitable to, themselves : tion held in Fernandina on the 'l8th,' the whole. country,' I never'use the word, .. '

f briated"-which, however, wa' not'reparded Mill prove to be a very fortunate SAMUEL T. RIDDELL was elected MayorJThe ) sir; I am }in favor i of the admission of SEMMES has been"dischargedfremmuctiafody

excus..or constituents''and "cleaned the elttlrebody, rir So 'thern'.:'memb'ers / t at Washington sad is" probably -
at a .ufflcent! '.i.l\ltific.i. one for their reflect colored gentry are ont, and { ;
lion. .-:: honor on the State.. ,1..''" the Wand City is herself agniu. i d"' tort believe they' are all good and true en route (fat his home.tiVccit1 ,



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BY. ." :,, E LEe RA p. \ I IDta\H\ 1 H t 1f11tfr. For New Orleans !. McKIBBIN .& .ALLEN) t


ST. I PATRICK'S; j DAY \, aijt .

Tin'STEAMER HAVE NOW INSTORE, i .
NATIONAL
;
BALANCE. IN TREASUh.. I
'.:...-. '

'WAsntsoTOjr, March 18.'-The L WORKS i t I' The Largest and Handsomest

fl'om"nl'lou quarters represent that STOVE . ,
t *i t. 'ir t t T *
Patilck's Day passed! off .

\ and without any outbreak. At .
treM the people tinned: out en mane Nos. 230 and 241'Wajor: { Street, ASSORTMENT OF
: SMALLWOOD
paid their respects to the Governor J. L. ,

eral, The excitement in the / Between Bootcmnn. Street and Peck Slip. .
OIFT MASTER
UJJORQK ,
greally,Abated. DRY GOODSEVER
The Secretary of the Treasury KEWOHi.WATBOy [ [\JII.r. ply hereafter roKiilnrly between> the
milted communication to the ( VV Port of 81'. MAKKd nnd tho above Port, ,'/

yesterday showing An available Tuuvhiiiq: ut Apulitclilcolii.
:! BANFOHP, I'resl.irnt OFFERED: FOR SALE IN FLORIDA
'
in
the treasury of $123,400,000.FJioiilukiico.. JOHN[ 'l'1Uf.O\V, Vioo 1'1'1'0RIIII i Treasurer. For Froluht or further pnrtleulnrn, to ; '1Consisiing I.
J. I.. SEA IH11Y, SuperinteneittofVurks) MoKlDUlN, de AiLi.STallnhnssoo -. ,
SAM S. UTTllll, S.orotury. Feb. 27,1500. if ,"
,. ')
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NEW YORK. March 18 -We have Solo manufacturers of 7i--
erpool d to the 7lh. Sales of ; in part of

for two rays amounted to 27,000 Sanford's Challenge Heaters, .i' i i

7.000 of which Were taken by ANOTHER GARCOMcKIBBIN Drown and'Bleached Muslins1 I

]Middling Uplands \\eioqtioled at 18 MAMMOTH HEATERS, ,,

a Inri.!> Five Twenties! 70 1.4 ; ,, .. Jaconet t '
COSMOPOLITE RADIATORS :r. ,
PARLOR ,
80 S8 a 80 3 4. i. ,
r t
CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES AB.B.IV7ED 1
'
Cambric and
FOREIGN: MARKETS.NEW : ;

YORK, March 19.-Liverpool BEACON LIGHT ''RANGES, ,' ,, ', I \.1
Lave been received the Gth Inst. Swiss Muslims, ,
Sales! of cotton in Liverpool for And full assortment of .r 'r .
::1
week 74,000 bales 19,000 to Cooking and Heating Stores Canton FlaolcTlcklnA'S' :; '
and expnrteis.Ameiican:: .
.
cotton Is unrlmnaed.! Adapted to ell parts of the world. '
J' 1-1'A
tiara has advanced half a penny. & ALLEN < J ,, "

Five-twenties! ere quoted at : ALSO ';' 1'11

Consols SGlaSOl. STOVE HOLLOW WARE Blankets, :.

i i "
CONGRESS. A tt D -
FLA. Cloths andCassimcrcs> .J
TALLAHASSEE
WABni.voTorr, March :19 -In the V :UNION STOVE POLISH i

ate Mr Fessenden reviewed Qnv. \VM. I'. SMISSCH, Agent
Il m's letter published in the '.
Tallahiweeo, jViroh 22. 1800.
Om
Intelligencer! which he said was 11'1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED.
to show that the investigations of the j'l

lyt constructing tial. Committee were not New Goods! New Goods! I 1 Ladies' Dress Goods .

Mr. FpisfMicli ,
did not rejriml the VIA ST. MARKS
ly I lebellious Stales:! in the )light i of ,

nala on'tl hll, nor was he acting in NEW GOODS French.Merinos

capacity of P'OSI'CIILtlr. If Gov..: ,
desired to introduce fin,(her A LARQE INVOICE OF /

the case of North Carolina, )he should English Merinos,

Si).The House rerrm-ddered the M. A. Dzialynski

which the loin bill was iejected and : iARDW ARE 'Alpacas. ,
committed to the Committee of ,
HAS ,
RECEIVED AND IS STILL .

mid It \il is 'mil ans.at all probable that flip French and English Poplins,'
RECEIVING::(:
dent .\i ill]| Intel'lei, e in (lie election ,

:Mayor Monroe, of New. Oilefns. A Well Selected Stock of foods, DEYG00DSLIQUORS Pail de Choovers,,! ,E '
-- -- i1"p

Senator Itlarvin. [Plain and
Fancy
I CONSISTING: OF '1'T
A respondent] of,The Maiianni I'

ilerwiiies as follows from ,, All WoolDelaines1' ,.l:
under dale Vebinarv'SOili:
: : :
Dry Goods
GII\ Marvin to.daII"E'IJI'IIO the ,
,
Mattel" Geneinl, and ingeil upon him ,
I:pcnmlly of n mail route being l'tabl; '
1'.1! front ill.1I iaWIn:, to CluilUhuochee, ,. Boots and Shoes American Delaines,
o. ,ldt cftjo. sSao i
jilnciii" CDiitinuons service t', .. at c. .
"
drill weMuaid. This the Gnve'nur I 'tit .. : I I' .. .. Fancy Silks, ..'"
strongly ; the P ist :Mast: Genera i C LOTSI: : N Go .' .t I.'., '. .1' J I" I "

.. .. uzippil!: it, and\ said lie \\njM\ \ Maroli; 1, 1809.M ,:." gn In great varietyl7c7i1i'ttor
,
pk'I'' "ronto, but (/1"1'1',1101': nor sup| nl this i nlil lie oblnined; I
,r M, ",,',, (front iMaiianna to .: ;, .' "' rYiLLW1 !
_ ti'icc-a week. The highest amount Ladies. and Gentlemen's; Hats, ,. :

e ;;\ I 1'Ui'dby' the Dupaitment on any : DOYLE & CO. AT ALL PRICES. .
cI, rid, only ni.ce a week is ten it'd /
HOSIERY &0.
i' mile. and in |iropoiini) fur tune; ,
'I tientsetvice. flo.erti'ip' .Maivii. : .f SUCCESSORS TO JAS. DOnE,
en' the 1'ukt MAslerOeneiul I ) the, ii Ulie'
,
Which he offei oh low terms for CASH Cloths and CassiineresIN
nnd rrn| '.p of, Ihe terry, nn.l l fin.ilh COTTON.. Corner Day and Whitaker Sts. "
)liim; t., 1121 ec thai ho would give the ,
'"""
J !
,t net to n ii>.pnnsjl>li,. bidder( for six GEORGIA. GREAT VARIETY.. .. .'1
Stand. SAVANNAH
died" and fifty dollurs, .per annum, Iayward's'Oh: I '"''*

.Sdin' weekly xpivice. HATS AND CAPS.. .;tit
-. ,..
WHOLESALE .GROCERS i :a14
The .11 Illinium: >"sII the Son O T ICE.'nIaTY ,.
*lnnl will 8'ion be in opeinlion ngain.J'liB BOOTS AND SHOES, !J fi
-' U.YtI after tilt first publication of i f 1- 'I! 1 linaid Iln 'aheady le 1 this initluL', I nil: "ppl10) llui. llononiWaO iND PEAIERS INPROVISIONS: .'
'J
r eleven.'r -. M. T. Untmon, ijudiiti of rrobuto' nf Miidlrtor HARDWARE '
.
,
county, Fhirldn, for nn order to sell the onc-ml| I J.
: Intercut of the puliile ,t ,1anV.\\ llolli>\'mini, ilci'iiKud : 1 I''"r.CROCKERY :
In tie following Town Lots In the town of: '
COV1failERC8AL.; a M,iilixon, Slate 'unit, comitv nforoxnld I lLot. ,
:: 7.:!, 74, 77, 78,In !fei'i-tlun 11: r.utH B5, Sit, 'In "Hratlon '. J ," '
''''Ij' 1.', Lots lil, 124, 1".525, 129, 111 tttotlon II: and Foreign and Domestic Liquors '
: "1'aUllhluOO 11Iarl.o.. 3 foot III \\,dIll on the north eldu of Lot 120 hgcctlon Tin Ware, &c.9 &c
t :! id. ,
RKMCNKI. (irrle R. A. T. 1I0LLB MAN ",
,VOODF.N v ARE.rU.ltltING .
TiLLilliSSBK, Ho., 1.1..ch 24, 1800. 5 5COITOX. Adm'r Estate of J.V.. llolluj'man, pec'd.! --r- t
;. Much 0, 1SWI luw-4w .

W'o hear of.no.alt. nine?.our lust report. : ,\ PAPFJI, ca.OCEB.JESFLOUR: :

.Ordinary MliMlliiir( ....".,.r- ..2(1:( NOTIOE. I,
WKEK-I uftur ditto tho niidoritKiiod will
&c. & &c.1AGENTS .
SIX 0. ,
ORSKR4L 1HKKT to the. ''hJtO l of I'rolmto of Loon count
Corrected by Alexander Gallic, Grofer S', 'ion letters of lulnllnlslnU'on' de bonig non, 01tfiu
: Estate of ./\10"0' Liiokormun, Into: of saidtoutityldecuasud.
,,' Flour nrrbhl t. 14 Ofl II 1 SUGAR,
'; Itiiokwiviil, per hlol.T.... Ill on Ill! 1 ..
(
.
.. ...... ... .T. A. LDMONDSON.Tallahassee : :
.. hominy, per biiBlu-l.. If.On '
March 13, 1900 lu\\
0\r TOBACCO &c..
i' Onrn. Mo l. IfiOu FORCelebrated &11.,
.
".u. ilSii .
.:iI j Fresh lied.............. Un MOTBCE.At.ESASDl.ll '
'i Clilckuni', ,perpar................ (1(1 uKaitt T.A..XLgL': : a ana
: pornoruii._....... 'J"tn OAI.LIE ) Powder, Shot Percussion
'. totter, put pound._............ 05, it vrmii > Attachment '
Vi""' ..".,....,........ / Hwcut 1'11111111",1"1' bimhi'l....... Mil 4\rtionhl sworn to, $18 S;., '
.. .... "
.fL Jriiili 1'nlii (iiilnn, PIT luirrel' ........ ACOa : r['HE dpfondiint nnd l nil others Interested; are
?
:NF Miukerul: I, per kit.......L..S. il M it 1. hereby nolitled\ of the 6oinniene"inenGf the IMl'EKIALCREAW1 '
., Lard per pniinil 1......... 1S! above suit, I"ulill Appear bvtiire me III tbu city uf &
Iliciii, per. pnnud..u....... Wit rullulmiwv, Leon iunii.ty, Florida, on the 'oo"d Wines Liquors;
AVhUkvy, pur trillion.. 3 ton Mo-jchiy lu June, JSUU, und pluiul to tliu same, or ALE.
f Mitts, dry. ,. OS it I judirmunt will be ghee bdtt:tnlt..
1 JlldII'.U'.II,......... 114\ it : U. II.' KISHKK, SiMinn ", (}\.. Foh. 24, isnd 1m
Justice of I ha IVauc. _ The largest Stock in the Stator:
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OIJ. / iiiUlou, I will proem iliy Acooiiut IInl ,
taULAT:
Voucher, im AiliiHiii' .tnuor of the estate of. DILL HEADS LETTERHEADS r\GNErORT, FUERIIY AND
I Keddeu W. 1'lIrrallloro.lllto of Muilimn count), '
'rrtK.IIUUOrl.'I Hitrldii, ducuufli-'d, to thu ironoraMu/ Jndte ot CLARET WINES, COCK-
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T&LUIlU...,.Murcli tl.l, Ist'd: /\ 1'nilmtu"C MudMon county, Florldn" and) uppl &o. &c. &?. TAIL'ANU STOMACH : .'
f'oll1lurLho.. luluniiUiniiloUpon ,
| / far it li'k" .1I.ehllrilo I' '
To Ike, l5'h'ri.Tlei\ Tat C' llttl r, {/IA. ,./ | I surd ...111.... ---- BITTEI19, &c., UC. .1
QIOTLRHKI Th VmipliMllniii" wnrronU S. ALEXANDEK SMITH. I ,
this Ulllov, l b.xncd I under the head ..f "(li- l Maroh (I, ISiW. lawfliu WThl' merchants of Floiida! rue rev
.A.. mblu "rt.eitl year I56ila, fund tlm 9't",,, : laving Just received a splendid! assortment of spcctfully rocjuestfil to oxaminflpur s'jxk:
c<>rlllleati-i iHiimt 1'.lIIlIlhl. Ulnae, ani mmlK. before cltlm2 l to purchase in New Vat k,
oelxablii for lane by law : JOHN M. GUERAKD,; Finest Inks itnd ', will llW'icotr' ,all hilln at New York
The PajicrTlio we (
Tho Oomplmllir hat r.(n.lK.'| a).,.. / as
hlo Orraular of the 24 Hint., for lnantx.ll.t5 ",' at Law prices, thereby saving them tttue\ And ,
without *alllnif for the lux hook. Tliu|>\|"' I Attorney Suntlnol Ollliio I U prepared to execute freight, II.. t I')
th" State I I. at u dlmionnl', \.11. VIMMII) *,* \ ) '
will roitoro lit vuluo. 'l'hs'1'as Vlollntlor ol ITS liuy_Street, rF rooitieezF'to $700r14 old lit r'lIil I"
county hits benun.lliwiieclfnllv. J '. EVERY KIND CF PRINTING '
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A .I I o* u merits that has kept Ibis:miscrable. (From the Raleigh (:i. Q.) SUndnrd.J 1.1 PEN' & GEORGIA.RAILROAD.
wif. tjrrhtl rn'tinrt ,
; n melt 'thIrd DRUGS DRUGS
dusty, pull story cu
I being the cozy setting room with sumebody I W .Jt

on the other side of the well trimmed( lamp, llXTEE.NTIt DAT. BET AIL.LARGEST .
and which he envies more than the White yWHOLESALE AND, --
TALLAHASSEE.SATURDAY WiuNEsDir March n, ISGG : I "
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clause.'ell/ it Is fill risk for .s -- r --
mi aw nn \-t CHANGE 'OF SCHEDULE
_. The Court to aJjourument : "
pet pursuant
unarmed .
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MARCIT24,18e3.l I' taro *u original idea these Udrinn times- -all time menders bt-itg presentt ) \ j TALLADASSII Jan 15, 1306
1 may be after al! ,< tilt hundred battlefieldshavn't Charley; D. Harris, sworn:-reside (nAh; N and matter UN. dote Hie Train! .
thundered away our natural tim blon, Orleans countyJf. Y.. abed 21 years the State of Georgia. O on thu reiisacoln and Ueurglu' KullruuJ! will'
dntly as follow.:
taken run .
-was a U.'S.wldierin ISOli was
"THE ,NIGHT COMETH." idity We do kinder hate to como EA6TWAUD.

John 9:4. to the point-but for the first .lime in our prisoner In 1St; at Fisher's Hill-was taken . fence Qnlncy nt-.. ..... 4.SO A. M. '
whnl' lives will tnke for our mlllo- first to Libiy, then to Belle Isle, and An it at Tallahassee al...._. 6.30 .

"Nothing risked nothing I t"euloSIIIi.bu'-b.lonoe.1, to 151st JJi Y. IIEDiCINLS Chemicals Leave Tallahassee ftl........... 7.00 I
The rfntienl mm has run his iliiily moo ; gained Lady VItrOS .. ... i
Reg., sixth cora, third division 1st brigade Patent Medicines and Porfmmeriee. Arrive nt Mndi on nt 11.00) I
-sweet lady, \\ ]hen you appear tit the ..................11.80 "
And linger* with ft feeble flush-( of Debt! arrived at Sulsbury about last of September Trnnt-s, Surgical i Instruments, Dye Stuff, I.eavo Mndlson at
While o'er the purple hills, with steady puce 1, Opera, Theatre, flop, Soiree, Reception, or first of Cctober, and remained until Flavoring Extracts, &0., &0. Arrived at Lake CUT nt...?..._.. non 1'. M.
Pie Xicor the
Cometh the Dining, on grand promenade Sole Agent for Ileltnbold'ft Extract of Tltichn 'WESTWARD: <
night. near U much satin, silk'velvet "real I sometime in February) ; can't remember and taN".TlII'J! A1er'aPttpsrattons, Jnyno's Leave Lake City nt......:.......... 830 A. },[.
i i point" ribbons, feathers trinkets and lust what! day.Was Preparations .. Domlnfro and Arrive nt Madison ate.. ...;......_..1120: 1'. U.
rnJrl.l)' the shadows., on busy hand i present it the dead-house on the occasion rrrparnllona, Iloofland'a German Blltori,Clock's Lento Mad leon ttt..........12.60Arrive "
And toiling brain, to Faso: ihe straining sight but not least, those ningras you call waterfalls Hair Restorer, Thompson'* and Phalon'i Heir'I al.l'allnhne..e.lt............ 430 "
of putting a live man in the dead rrtpnnttiana and Toilet ArliolM,WrlP ttrenglbrnlng ... ..'.."
a< von can conveniently pile on-that Leave Tallnhnasro at...... ... too "
No man can longer work, for o'er the land is, remember if that is your taste; but c.in'l I! cart-the morniip was cold-I saw Major riKitera and-'S'all otbcf Tateut' Medicines. bt, Arrlvontyulnc/nt :: ..J......:.... 8.80 "
Cometh the foro r l'j. trade..
night. Ore and doctor there, hen the cart
w
n came
you manage to fish out from the great deepof ST. MARKS TRAIK.
i precious wardrobes a up, don't know the doctor's tumo-two or Leave Tallahassee al........_.j.. ... 7.30 A. U.
I lay my task aside, with vain regret your plain, genteel, three bf the deal were brought outsomeof ALSO, Arrho nt St. Mark. at.............. 0.15 "
That: more' nud better is not donedaj\s little bil-qxuckerish\ suit for the'll o'clock the is In Leave St. Mnrki at............12.00 M.
boys snit! "there a man the cart
service Sunday morning One of those Tnllnhnttro .
Arrive
The moat extensive and complete stock of n( 1 J5 P. IT.ttSTlliilf
tbglit "
"I don't care to be gazed of styles that is alive, Tlio doctor stepped up and an hour will be given on the arrival'
Is all\ too rapid, all too soon sun'uet, good sense when yonr 1 look the man's urn, and laid."he i is alive. of tbe cars at Wudleon for Dinner, going from,
suggests you start on .
Too soon cometh night. PAINTS and coming this way.
Maj Gee said on with him he will be
travel. Jeems knows what he 30 ;
your summer A line of stakes between Quincy, Bnlnhrldiro
is talking about, when he says the church dead hy the time he gets' out there," and nnd Albany, end between Montleello aDd Ttium.mvlllo .
I fold my hands and think: Will thus at is not the for the of turned and went off tilh the, doctor-some Oils, Vanishes, French Zinc Color, Artleti', \ a ill.connect w rth tlio train, '
pl.ice
display dry goods found .
nod Painter's Mak'rlalnlo be
In
last any section E. IIOL'STOUN: ,
De lh' shadows fall\ and blind mortal and jewelry shop windows lie, for one, cf.th. prisoners look the mao out-au.-took of the South, and nt price which ABSOI.CTSLT Jan.;10, 1800-tf 1'reildunl..
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my can't help thinking when you come, even him to the hospital-the man' had 'on (ly a DarT COHPITITIOH. .
sight! Ihirt-I can't tell exactly what day this
Ere..half my:work is done, life's day be pas, as it pretended that heart worshipper without before the was j I kept no memorandum. I recognize GLASS. Emporium) of Varieties.WILLIIM .
secs
:: And come the night. great eye you your trappings -
Iaj. Gce. Witness pointedhim out ]
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it is best to suit your apparel to the

Ah thee soul the occasion as you do at other times 1 once heard, in the yard, soon after the Every variety of Gla.., French and German
rouse sluggish moments
There is unfortunately so much human break, Maj. Gee, who stood on the fence, 1'latc( 81"lu<<1, Cut and Sky Light Glass, tingle

1 glide nature In human beings that let one go into tell the guard if they saw! any collections, snd double thlckneM.- P. SLUSSEIl,
While thou
art dreaming ; swiftly speedsthe to fire in them and scatter'them outI
among
ha
: pew in ever "proper a frame" or
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TALL
light ; Hind have seen the guard fir in among the Pure French Brandies
he can't bring home much of the realities
"No man can work" when with resistless! without word.I .
prisoners saving a ,
of which
tide eternity your eloquent Dr. Copper Tin and
did not witness the killing of Lieut. Davis
W. is urging on his attention, with
Cometh the night. butterfly wings titling before his visual your organs but saw him a short time: after he was Fines and Whiskies, SHEET IRON M.lMTAllTREIJ ,

Work, Christian, work while it is called! today rustling. in his, ears. There is, believe shot*
us, a time nnd place where tbe "truthful CROSS ESAati ED. For Modlc'nal purpose.; and largo supply of DEALEK: IS

While strength and hope is tiine, the heavens and ornamental" won't mix up. We At and before the time of enlistment, I other Liquors for general use. n

bright ; havn't said a word against pretty things, was a d'rk-I was a clerk in a grocery English, French and Domestic -

i Star not hand, Jest while thou in the abstract; are too timid for that ; but store, in Albion, New York.. I enlisted in Bruch, Fouclier & Co.'soFlJ '

rldS', th', .' ,, ,- .Tetde- wbat do. your ruby lips say fo a church uni- Co D. of the 151st Infantry. The man I Goods,

Cometh the night. lorm We pause for your reply on next; took to be Maj. Gee, at the dead house, : .rp. i-NES.

1 Sunday, 11 o'clock: a. m.Your was the same I heard \'ethe orders to the Plain, Fancy & Japanned Ware.
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i Sole Agents of the only troe Imported I'ftod.
affectionate guard-at ttie dead house he had on a pair
In the country, vi.: Carte D'Or, Lao D'Or, and
SONG., JAMES. of gray pant -a cloak that came half wayto SUery,pronounced by all couioliseur anperior STOVE HEADQUARTERS.
his knees, and a black bat-cannot tell to &heretofore la nwv

The violet loves a siftny bank, Queer Scene in a Cliurrli whether he had on a sabre or not I noticedno
The cowslip loves the lea. l're! itleiit Johnson ami the insignia his uniform.. The pants Special Agent for the Am'rlran'lnlal1o Com- A. large and handsome variety of
and alum lock of their
celebrated
ran CMfonila
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The varlet creeper loves the elm, Cougregatiou locked were a kind of light grey ; didn't notice brands constantly' OQ band.ify ,
( But I Jove-thee whether they had any stripe on them-the COOKING STOVES,
A letter vriter furnishes '
Washington cloak. I think was brownish and I think it ipeclal arrangements with Manafacturera
The sunshine kisses mount and vale,' the following : had black buttons ou It-the hat had a me- and Importer of the North and In Europe, warrant CombiuiHg
Changing the subject from revolutions me In not only guaranteeing!! the absolute
The kiss the
stars they sea, dium size brill-.3idn't notice whether he and
Genuineness of
Purity entire stock let
my
The west winds kiss the clover: blooms. > to religious affairs, I have interesting had on boots or shoes also enable me to tell ails of the above mentioned SHEET IRON,
ButTkiss-thee occurrence (>what is called the Foundry linn of goods at firs' cost prices-in some
Methodist Church m this city, some Iwo IV TBK COURT. line even less than Iran.porllIlOlI. AIR-TIGHT,

The oriole! wads her mottled mate necks!; since, which is worthy of recording. I did not notice whether Maj Gee was
The of the church Rev. Mr. Moody of before the taken from Ap xamlnotlou:! of my prices will sustain these
The lily's the bride o' th' bee, I pastor out sight body was tUl' menU la every particular. BOX, AND
I Heaven's marrta, a'ring is found( the earth- : connected with the army, and at the cart--tbe guard said'nothing to tbe

Shall I weol thee ? I Ole lime WAS stationed Nashville.. Tennessee body,being taken back-I should take Maj. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. PARLOR COOKING srt"\"t 1:y 1
Bayard Taylor. and there became iiutnately ac- Gee's words to be an order-the men who

S.S- quainlJ with Andrew Johnson when he took out the body did not act .as it they All trimmed in a neat and diusft'e! iiiari-

was military governor. Some two .r three thought Gee's words were an order, nor did W. M WALSH, ner. They can be shipped to .DT |>mt of

THE GOOD. .UEE-LOHG*. LIFE.. / weeks since Mr. Johnson went to the the guard. the country with perfect snfetv. STOVE:

It is not srrowinc like- Foundry Church oa the Sabbath,woraing, Court adjourned until next Saturday 10 S. E.Cor. Barnard a tree
to hear Mr. Moody preichfr..r: the ser o'clock! a. m. Out.doorlolkl'in Roofing (Jiutei-
In bulk doth make
better be
:men ; mon was concluded the reverend gentleman I --- -- SAVAAXAU, GEO. ins down Pipes, Ornameutal Roust
Or standing long an oak three hundred
years ordered all the doors closed, placed AiItLGaatATIOt: AS SEEN ix: TOE DANCE Head, Sheet Zinc, Sleet LId.
To fill/ at list bald and feb 6
a log dry, sere ; 1508tfSaddle
A My- of a day sentinels at each entrance, and directed IhLLS or BOSTON.The local of the Bos- t"Shop: work of every description
them not to let any person pass out until June on whom notice.INTotiozas. I
Is fairer in M'ay. toi Post in describing tbe dance halls of

,AlUKiogtv it fall and dU that night, ed he gave. part them of permission.the programme Having, he arranged turned that city, paints vivid pictures of vice.- Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT : : .
It was the plant and flower of -
/ light. to tL* congregation and informed them I Here is his account of one he entered.
In small proportion we jed t cootie 1 1I
see,
that the and. fiitlag that WOODEN WARE.\
And in short measures life be. repairing cp placeof There-were mane others like itbutwese-
may perfect wor.hip bad cost the church $10,000,1 I t 4 t- WILLOW WARE.
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Bt*. Jf'IIIoa. legit his as a specimen :
and that thcongregation had cot to pay I TOTS,
or subscribe that amount before they could f, Passing into the dance hall we found have Just received a large assort CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Jamaica Morality.The I quite a company present ".ripping the went uf tnx>4',COI.aI.U'I"f
I lease the building Tile plate\ WAS pissed Of every description on Land. Call aiu" }
London: Sunday Gazette and received bat this { light fantastic toe*' to the music of a piano examine before
( says of the a large amount ; was' ientlemen' and L-ndlet1! Saddles, i I j 1'11I chasing else\\111.1 e.
Jamaica negro that, on weekdays they a moderate sum compared ,,ita the whole i forte with violin accompaniment. Thi- Fine Double and :Sine> IlnritM, :\o\. 7,1865-fmHodgkiss
wear ragged clothes! which are not 'inconvenient amount The reverend gentleman then ball is about sixty feet deep, and is Etted Bridles, Collar and \\'hI}'.,

in hat climate, and on Sundaes made another appeal to them! announcing, up with considerable' taste. The walls are j-addl.- Cloth .

they dress with nnusuol splendor. Misis- in the style of Be:
rales aDd owners of property concur in the thick thai they were toing'to get otT'that give a patriotic caste to tbe whole, the TravsUuM :.uoLi>l. and Trunk

statement that the extraordinary: prevalence easy-theamountlad got to be made up." names of all the Presidents, and the names Saddle Carnage and Trimming!Jarne*. HaMs, grey I 1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

of petty theft is m no degree owing to the Paper and pencil were then passed arcund <'); the principal battles in which Lusnchn.feU. Wagon and Buy Hub, i NO.24 OLD SLIP
NEW
pressure: of poterty. Tba culprits! are in for those: present subscribe, the pastorall colored regiments! have served are Buggy bafu, epoLet;; and Klma, YORK.
a:mos; aU cases young! strong and healthy ; .I the time continuing his appeals. printed ia gold and relieve the sameness of Baggy Axle and Spriugs, Thrw. n. Hod ;kl.., late of nambelton Bro \u.

and they pilfer because it 'H less trouble As these slips were passed tj the the dingy walls. But tbe scene here pra Bnltlmor '
to up < G. W. $\Iofdrm
take Their. neighbor's property thin to workon I palpit, Mr Moody read off the! names end I seated by those participating in the "social CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES hft..e.I. QfO. Wfccot; A Co., Talla-

their account. One of the governor's the amount each jubscdbeJ. These varied i din e" Is not only oovel but 1I.gu"in-; ; ( If. Poole, of firm of Poole: A. Babbitt, Ealnbiid.'e -

informants oddly: illustrates: tb* character i fin I amounts from fifty to fifteen hundred I i'I Young, good looking white girls and negroes of Machine every deaeriptlon Belting W. G. furls, Ua., of firm of G. W. Scot & Co. Tal- .4

oft!* jh-sro by jpressing an opinion tan : dollars.: Bnt when this was concluded, J Jt black as lamp tUck, mingle and I Work made to order and Repairing ion with lahas.e Fh. ,

M the SOIl and climate were those of Devonshire t mere wsstngsite a sum lacking Another :I commingle in the dance,and embrace each dispatch
Agent foi; WteMer & WU.o.'. and Hasc'i
it would be i impossib'e to make cider, i appeal wa made, which seemed to <| other with seen.ing tenderness spirit.i .- SEWING ?IAC1II>ES. Special attention given to the Isle of all kind. cf
. because all the apples would be stolen.! A i prove reassess. The plate was again ,'I i, The tall, ath'ctic! specimen of the genuine j, E Pa &DT.

lw>uich was re *..njy pi alfor the corporeal (I passed around, and ft came to Presided i]i i African, with great gusto an4 enthusiasm, Ta:lahuaee Oct. :&rtfPRATORIUS SOUTHERN PRODUCE,

punishment of men and boys con- I, Johnson, who took a large roll of bills: out I!!j I, whirls: the young white wo-nan in the mazy f fI and to the purchase and shipment of .
Ticted of larceny '' dance, and at the s'gnal to promenade for & CLAM
seems to have received i lof his pockets and, without opening or ,
universal approval. The morality of the :I looking at the money, placed it on the a i;I drinks, escorts her 10 the bar and treats Household and Plantation Goods.. ,

people is not in other respect olfactory. :': pine. As it was returned to the! pulpit, j:;, her to a tnmbler of spruce beer and some I 3IEUCILVXT TAILORS Wares Implements

Two-thirds of the children are i illegitimate: ; the pastor announced that he would ioloroi !] peannts. Tbis scene is revolting in the ,.

and there is oo law roapeiltog tbefaibtrto them bow much the President had given. extreme to one accustomed te respectable T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA MACHINERY: &0.
1Ii'pon his oQtpriog. The As* mby! 1 But Mr. Johnson iotermptod him and society, but it is practiced here, in this .

eosjpesej chiefly of blacks-oDjeets to a tested against such announcement in pro-I'I mixed company nearly: every night; in the KEEP CO>STAXTLY O\ II.\\D

ba UrJjr law,oad.e ground that the woman form, and: Mr. Moody yielded to his req<
would arwayf' p'; jnre hertetf. Rat the Bat rumor of course, is busy with its stories .1are\ on a level and we hate Mrliu Curri C x, Yew York.
real reason U feet illustration! t-f the of CLOTHING 1. L Mnore, Griffin, Ga.linnnl .
supposed' U be that the \legislators a* to the prec-so sum. It appears to / theory negro I !
Croom, :
d.tOIUt'P, Ala.
hesitate to pus; it, because it would be a well fettled fact, that it was cot less equality at the expense of white Wumau'srespect A.'H.n.l' Mttooo, G... '

oftenumes be enforced ajaift.i Ibem :t'es. than a thousand d)Jars: while many deI I and y l1ue. 1 ALSO, .:. Itnnd, Macon, Ga. -
.- .-. .In.. \VhttdeldDemepolb, Ala. '
dare that it was fifteen hundred. -
=- (From tye:W1'eJrpa J This list effort w.* successful in raisin: ? I The Baltimore Sao advises iH who are Cloths. e I I T..1I1\.a.""m. Rally, l'r"IJ"o'I state Bank of florId...

-1 Lovlus: IVord for the Dear the repaired sum. :Mr. Moody thea toned I having their property insured' to examine I II in the U. S, Senate, and that tbe Pie-sl'\ Tii.w. K. UaDlI>.!!ton, l'res. Md. Fire IM. Com.
the I well Into the character and ability of the all his i pany, RilUmorw. -
Lailies. to congregation and informed item, dent would _exert consiitmionajponers } hot. = -
now that they had nearly removed the !j i insurance comp&i.ies. The losses sustajned about that
\IlL.
tabling res\ Ij IfW1LLARD'S
yes, we (I bailer f all tie have been unusually heavy during
debt from
crest wr tern the church, they had got to give -'
prefer tie peril pronoun) do love you another thousand dollars 10 make the'i the last two months, and several of the this intimation has been conveyed to the

everyone. We are the veritable knight President tie foiled States an honorary i j New York companies have recently fail. Georgia", S-Wtoii, U ja pretty likely air LIVERY I STABLES
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about shorn, for the last foot !!'ed. SoutheStates
hare years. TOO member of that church. \Vhen they taj -.-.*- the Senators fom.tbo other

and ur.laU dying oo that a hundred;8J oTcjhtio*, bleeding accomplished that they might go home.- i j I I The new iron railroad bridge over the bate re rive hitte.fdJI.| Another: abtr.f4.ca was taken and the "
nrt for oar devoted Csafederacr. up Tennessee river at Decatur Alabama, know that so, fu: .as the President a >4ATTACKS I -
"the bat for amount raiicJ. There were several memo I now being constructed, is said to be the : are always in readiness to
left convey
girls concerned
we behind \y of State are no e .
fallow: who takes us. an the beta of Congress, present, all cf whom gave II finest structure of the kind in the South. Secretary 1 1 r w-nsert arrivtrir on the Railroad lotus,.
the gs'ter on the .do: literally/ fur this proposition varying! from Iu coatis set down forts will be ipared to effect this end.Rio CUAlTAnoOCUKKomiiy i olnt to bich
walk to make roan for I'I'taenl'.lhe at $10,000. they may desire to go.
,,ho enjoy ., your daunce*_ to one hundred dollar each.- lie SEWARD expresses himself ilh :greaJ I T[ EO. \VILLAP.D.P .
staadmj
two
night train after abort boats on tie The President was then declared an nooo- I Tbe General Conference of the Metbo frankness on the subject lie said a f ,flrebeaary; S 1&111 \v
putting
you snugly| into meintxr of the church,and the church
dt Chorea "
Episcopal
hit comfombU Hal., ihestove-who has land the coogregaaoa d'smi.sed having delegates from all \Annual South composedof Conferences days ago to a prominent Republican' pol\PLOUaESND

aid lest more temper who and barf word on that t Len detained mere from clueD ii)_tie of the entire Church, will convenein itician who was talking about "tbe reb no,:

things crust i. the says so many about sly. sharp forenoon to two ia the afternoon ender this New Orleans on the r \Tedne>day in In the South.-.'Rebels, sir I there ere It PLOUGH IRON. ,
newspapers the dear excitement and >resaare. .
j rebel it -
April. Is 'not ft today
creatul'f'uD he has on the hole BltioQ 4 rebels: There vdS. 111, 11, Maud Wl Ploallb.: .

of laakees. U is setting such ,? The aia aunt of cotton received at .ira' A house worth twentr flv* thousand the whole country.' I never use the word,, Ii inch d IUIU-\de web lroa.C..., Ua1t rbovrl da' ,

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