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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 31, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 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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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY, MARCH :31: 1 tS G G. NO. 66.

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For New Orleans! I rom the Clnclniiiiti I-Gn?nltc, March, 2.3 f"ightiit:: ; Joe Uoulu ... Scandal In High-- Mfc. -

ijri.jcrhlf; \ $rntind : The JM-il; .<'11'(' sit indnnull The :
report of the Committee' of
-- Loss $!ZO 0OOO. Congiesi
TIII! E \UOT1TKR
OF THE EARL OF
the conduct
riBU ;llCDTiiPsday THE STEAMERJ. About filtPin/ nimii' ts iiitut 11 o'clofk, on of I the war, contains n grrnt CLARE ELOPES
WITH LOUD
those of our llizi its till,) were near the many interesting things, which the Pliiln- CECIL -

Tlmr&dayand Saturday corner' of Fourth and Vi liP siints. acre di.Ipbia Age i is |,ickingonl. Here 1M what GOr.DO -INTERE1: TlNG DIVORCE -

- fctnlllvl" 1 l h y a loud rxplii'iun, followed all it loll nallieicd; oncerning Gen. Iloolur' .CASE.In .

TEILi1S--Ctclt: in .ldvattce. imiht, nmiu'dinuly by n itiiiililinu IICHSC like, : the London Court Divorce\ Match
ilk \ i r3 tliut .lliunder. Almost lii'liue, FunidcnlIlIn' In.Jinnnrj', ISfi.3. "vniy high authority"made the ,
2. ciifc ol Cmciiilisli '
I'cr Annum vs Cuvem'isli! and
-Ilirco times n nruk. ........$0 00 llookc'i rotiiiimndi' ol Ihe Army
those in the ol
linil, fm vU'tuiiy' to
J'n. do tw'Icu n vinek...... .......... 4 00 lipped the Potomuc, mid thin began ,' Goidon, ciime i>p.em n petition hy the bos..

Do. do onconwutk.................. 2 00 realize! tlint tin explosion li.nl 1,1 I Ih. whole In'livens were lirillianily illuniirw- ground' of the wife's, adulleiy. He ulioclaimed
SkiT I'licso rates put the 'Sentinel" within the L. SPvlALLWQOD led, n..llhe. /Games: wet e R.n to d,irl forth (heVnr Department, fully ft fnilh in' damages against theco-iespondent.

( roach of every in,in In the Slute.I from the Ol'l'I' Ilniisi*. mid. liffine the nlnrniWIIH these volume", to which no uorils nf inns Tho I
icspmidtnt and ,
GLOUai W. GIFT, MASTER, do nppcuied liuveived
can justice. It is nn awful amt,
the
uivoii! llie whoh' !hark) pOI lioll ot thnt nt the chnige the did
co respondent
Mime' tune ludicrous ; not up
I I'eve6uion ol the, illn..t.OP"l'lItll
RATES OF beautiful ci'ilioo', in 11."es..
(., ply' hormftpr regularly! between the XMIU
WILL, ut' HI' MARES and tho above Tort, >IIR ol war.Ve can afford on'y! s pearDr., .
TO Bit PAID \iEIC.'I'ISI: OKICtN OF tilE Fitt E. few HpPcillK, fewahpy and Mr. Hodceon for the

Ono s ntnlro, (12 for the Touching at ttpulucltlcolu.For At the lime IIi e curium: row for the per I III one of lloolici's letter.' IT fays of TI'i'I"lIrn pitiiioiicr i for; Pr, Deanc, Q C., and Dr.
the
(list, in.wrtlon....... ............ _...... $1 00 : further apply to focninnro" of I IIi n lust net of MidsuinnivriNijht's Oen Alilioyt "I "Illy Know thnt IIIM !!('neI llio" respondent.,
Freight or p"rllnI11"r. petitioner Mr.
Inch sabsi qnont 11I,01'llon( ............. .. 75 McKIBUlN ti ALLEy.Tiillahnnepo Drcnm, the odor) of gila eut aping I ral cliHiacUr 'in that of n lampndcr. ," He Cavendish. i 1'r.intlsilliam
etidini, ill iind vtt| >'n the cut hi in do then Heniy fan gintleinan of gaud
tf
1;.thlo nod Legal Nntlcufl to bo clunked, \ F.b. 27, 1 Mal() was 10 complains that IIIH. "iicoinmendalloiiH
F'elld."I. nfi r I the play was concluded I liesnull I fur piiiniiiiiiin are diefekludcd-uud! I the I"'nuily. and on the 21th of April 1850, be,
tlio trinslont m'vertlsonioiita on
Kino ru ,
mulled' the
..
NATIONAL vie juti' HI stiono"'. Tlio' audience SOlli iMirtli, Il'I'ile- in reference icspondent, Lnly Eleanor S."Ida -
except Xnllco of Dlsml'slon us AihnlnIstritor n\ir) Miin.l
,
III Fil7gibboli who
.1'1",1' IIn.llh. Innl'lms WIIS! locked up ihi'
"I should
| imhl.iiy ]
man :
f, which thu oh.lI'o. lee18 c'onsuK -
> shall 00
the
of Call I and CumittfH
A1).nt half |plt-t 11 o'l'lix I k, (lie pnvllIewllldlrnlln i' the "r[ the of Clare.-
er\ices '
()Mtu'try ",..10'" and, Tilbutus of Ifoipeot I of II."' bu.Hum. Michid 'I'imhcy, I his, army, were i it to fall mine into the corps builds lost loI o I' They cohabit..d at Hd Park slreit, Hyde

ohirxeil advettl.ane. STOVE WORKS started with a Lu.tetn to go through the Gen. Call S/tinss" Lain in ..March llicf' I II Pink squuip, and oilier places in London,

biiddini, : tn ni.iko 'uie" thn: n:1:I was nfc.- : (Jovcinment, .. arm: .d nn advance, and) Honk.. alulllll.l ill roe children the youngest of
!4lnt'etlutt lime nnd In the ", d. 'I 'I whom is nbniit three, rnl' of nge. InISdl
: up piei-ml er tc'lpgriipl'ed! bade "jou must he lent.

mrcfcphmnl (!In; ,!1 Nos. 230 and 241 Water street,. ling, I A. M, nolliini! has been Ftcn of 1 mutt play "itli these dcnlf bifoie pit' I I dent the nnd, lieu ho it inner imt vMlh n Revere ncci-

,/ 4 linn It i is supposi,d I that upon lIen'lIg the "priiirr. 1rnlemberI: mv' army" is lit the : ill cOII@t'luPIeI ent abroad

Between Beckman Street and Peck blip, door oftlic Sitnio riinin where llu-cis! lui'l bottom of a well, and they nt the hi' Ou'' with his fiiimly, lor Kinu'limp. He returned -

A. J, PEELER, tindnulitidiy; been e!'iipinjr.il ignited, and the 27th of April, :Mr. Lincoln telejinphtd:! in thocnuispof 1800: mid 1 took up Insresidence

t The co respondent Lord Cecil
ATTORNEY AT LAW wer. I"1\l.ly.11ooltl'r I ,
TUB Hr.B SrilFADS. crossed the I'el'-; Jame
iordon. married the half! Filter nfCavcndi.il
t TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SANFOIin.PreMdcnt.JOIIX In \less than (live minutes liner the fist nn event winch wns cclebritid in juililllnlP'.y Lady nnd is the father of nine
'I RU-T..OW, Vice Prus't and" Tren.nrer. iv-un limn tho fnuithiiidous -and 1 in lisa limn' n week WoS compelled
Offlae up stare over the state Bank.STTOillco .). L. Si:.\BUitV, Superintendent uf \\'urls. 11 1IH'8 Were seen 1 to ( to li cross, after A defi.it' and Kl'iugh- I''ilhr"n.lhu'' eldest bring nliout Iwrulyfive.yeats -
SAM. a. Ul'TJilt &try \\ of the l bark part of the bllild.ing of in the relulionsliip
aicioturj.
hourn train 0 n. rn. lu 1 p. m., told ter \Mtliciul pal'ullcl-Iho; blame of which issuuLbt ago Standing -
from 2 to 5 p. m.ictiibi rthe whnlelinik pol'iinli" ol the' roof was : of brother ]law to the petitioner,
'r2": -Oin n ninas offliimos., 1.1 "..lhfii five nlinuteNmore to be tit 1'01"11 on Siil cuiek. Aeenll the gienlest intimacy existed between thotwo
I Solo manufacturers of and
Stont'utan-If ,
ihe latter of uhuiii lie
the whole roof wag gin-pid, HO tightly writes families, :.win, Ju'ne 18G4, he went, DccompnuIed -

I EDWIN A HART, Sanford's Challenge HJa.ers, I in the anus' of that, Unions, fiend Cue. ilmt the ellieiency: 'I sin of clearly this cf the will opinion he that ) by his daughter, on ft MBit, lo
a
It lit oine hoc iinu evident" Mutt, im human my not pro- 1:>Silveilands and wink there he fell ill ll>>

,ATTORNEY AT LAW MAMMOTH HEATElfS, chores would l be s''c".I'\l1 in getting: it under mild In June led by hmoiitinucd! connection,' null it." wits nursed with every possible kindlier *
a new dancer tbri.ilened the
wiiy. The (liini pproad with bit 'l'uI Armyof and intention and it was also stated Ibxi
the Po' "
COSMOPOLITE PARLOR nADUTOIlS, fury, and almost. before, ilioif' \\ 100 hadquietly 1 onnc. My cnl1ll'1'lt"8 Hoi k- Ins circumpljnces weie such llifct in nth,
MADISCN FLA. r
could reallzetlt.t cr, "IS in more danger, of bums/ iKcii by
the
cithfiid on spot matters likewise he
; under
was
CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES : (ibbgniioiiHto
WILL prieilcn In the Courts of the Middle the terrible spci'tiitln licfuie them \I'll.II..t lute women than I hy rebils. 'I hpy nilixe the petitioner. Shortly lifter Ibis visit
tl Circuit.' by fclonnboot )loads, To whit'Ii Stnntonliplies
l.
die-mi., the whole inside cf the hllil< he
fibril n'v 15( IS*). 47f BEACON LIGHT RANGES n : "I have hard came reside with his family nt n place
in{ wns in one mn>s cf( flimi-B. The (lire the b"l'nI'ying lo keep called Giay, Lodge, quite. eloeo lo bilverbinds. .

And a full nSdortmcnt of next commiiimnted to the tear portion of women nut of your camp, but finding The intimacy between the two
W H WHITHER iliey were going in under
tinnps I
the roof of tl.e passes families became
Cooking and Heating Stoves have given up the job." Thin conies the it'pnpsible, gienteributthe ;
ENQUIRER OFFICE. close rclalionsh'p and the disparity' of
ATTORNEY AT AW retrenl to the POlomal'. in relation to which
Adapted to all parts of the world. From there to a vmnll frame budding on the committee punt the following curious years between the respondent and co-re

"'* MADISON, FLORIDA. the upper side of Caber, ulroct, cupied( bv elitpnu.il, dated I Olh June : ( spondent, he biing sixty and she not mire

1rru.r. \UTICE[ I\T THE COURTS OF ALSO II P. Hopkins sijn: (painter, fioin thereto "It Gen Calwalladcr Ins gone lo Penn (Inn. twenty-Kevin or twenty-eight years ut'age

Mi,Idle Circuit. the plnniliing house ol Lelll'le".I; 1111inediilrly svlvnnia. precluded 1 nil idea of m-picion. On
please him send
STOVE HOLLOW() WARE teqiicst to meinliirnnition
Jon 23. 18115fJITLIAN) Ihe 3Uth Jariu.iiy 1PG5! Lord Cecil Gor-
of llie llou ,
in the rear Opera e ; i of I llio libel[ movement, to thn

-- -- -. -Al'iD- then inane.Imivly east to the stable of. the booth ol here | also please have tie news don dined as usual ut the petitioner's. hnne

BETTON UNION STOVE POLISH. ,\d mis UH:: | ss Cmnprnv, tlionce acrnsa ]tififisnnnntiiice thnt I am moving on the and a IVvv dujs aflciward on the 2d February -

the s'' rest tn the roof of Whnltx'd >unnibliiig James itvel" line' If this fd-hi.od was lady Klcanor Cavendish left her
P.
DEAIEIt IVBuots WM. SLUSSUK Agrcitt. nil Baker Ftrcet Ihe fourth boost for London, on the pietencnof visiting -
house' on on 'annonnci'd, did no good for" on the IHthnn
'rlll'lIh".o", Jl/irch 22. 188(1( dm her mother Lady Clare, who WIIS
street Square.lii' (( llallcck writes nnd the committee
Shoes and Leather, ... punt, : then ill. She was aecnmpirnpil to the station

PHILADELPHIAOIL Iiinii iiii l the Soutli. 'lu Penils' !Knnin iflkers and! ciliz"nare by her husbnndnnd wa expected to
return home the On the following .
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Firtit The following; extract from a dmcouise on a bid[ stampirle1' On (lie 24th next day

PAINT AND VARNISHWORKS. ( which Ucv. Albert B.lius, 1). I)., of Philadelphia Honker t"le2iaph Washington : "I I don't day, ncop-idmgly: the coinage was sent
Door IVortli of State lIanJ twice lo the Htition to meet her ; but I thesuspicions
dclivd'cdto Ins (people on last know whether I am bUnding, on my

March 6, 1SUO. 3m Th lllkarrUlll,' (1.1V, is so tllltllful and bo bead or" feet Gen, Lee by thn time b idcrowed ol the petitioner,' \S ('It' nut nrous

timely' 1 that itifenerves wide puhlieit)'-is- the river, and on the 2'Jih! ol June cd until n day or two bulisrtjmntly, when a
letter which he had written to ]her to her
.JLOUGaS:: : AND pi'cully ill en"hiJ "ulun, of the source front Hooker was relieved) ol Ins command. The mother's address was reiuimd. It wse

wh ch it comes : I'ed may be told m hiM Dan words, p 175 :
then found (hat Lord Cicil Gordon land,
'.1 hesitntu not tn on ibo whole, tho "On being relieved I ordered
PLOUGH IRON. SPEAR & BON APrON, Biy, wus to also left his home
conduct ol the S"iiilh ill the feelings winced, proceed to Jinltiinoie, and lo n'(port rurI"- Inquiries were S'I on
foot and) he und bleanor
the tumunition, of the ronllict, has !been dcrs. Af, reriloitlrlr ill' l.ilthrer Lady wire II'.eI'd -
oil ei it
; 'iITOS. 10, 11, 50 and 00 I'lnttnrliii; 'I NC'ACTUnEns OF !; in 10 Paris and Nice, where' '
J.1 0 ,mill 8 Innli' Cunt Half !bhovul: do.' such HS to demand. the con dime of the days without rpc'h'inJ any ,.rll'r., I came they were

8 Inch wide lion :North nnd to stvurt thu adin nation of niin- aver lo \Vanliinnton, ; but bifoic, I hud been found living ns man iind wile, and parsing
For .,ilo at under the of Graham. In
PARAFFINE OILS name stlltinjt'II"
P B. MEGIXXISS & CO'S. kind. The suirinder of urmoil, ton-is was nut or mv alrriage tin miriutcn. I was to ihe the learned
case counsel(1i
February 27, IBIItt/ tf to complete mid entile ; the cessation ol hostditio -< ph.reed under RI'r't' 1 by order} of the Gem'nl- jury,
; ,' ,
( Hodgson: ) observed that the motive
was so imnipilmtound universal the m-Chitf Anh this ended connection
Lubricating Wool Rosin ; nn
Machinery, which rnu-t have influenced/ the co
it ) 'SLACXSJVHTHINC] at:kII' wlctl\,!01011' that they had born ovi r- with the Army of the. Potomac" respondent -
Gas and Lard Oils, ill the matter was ns disgr.uclul. an
coinc, was so prompt: frank nnd] m;inly! ; the
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his cpndnci. In January 1864, Lllr" CUiedud ,

H B. FITTS & CO. PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PARUFFINF VARNISH, ri'iiliutnK, to 1. tU"1I and,tn the Union, bus be. A Little lUaU('. of ISi ,tor". nnd by iris will left all ol his prnpi.rtv
come no guipi.ll apparently sincere ;
HE now to execute de. Seme lime .in'e the busy in In Lady Clem:: 01 Cavendish. The rehpnn-
A prepared every erlp I Ihe ieeiij'iiiiiin: '| of'' ho tau that s'.nviij IK Plll'orsVel'e
tin". of '" WAGOiY GREASE, extinct loit-Ncr, has ben \l'hely admitted the wok, cl\ ventilating! I ho pod iA"I't'" of Andrew .. dent, was a man of pleasure slid, in endeavoring
Jobnsun and inciileirs to account for his ('olllul'I,1 I the learned -
BLACSSMITHINQ( as a laet-vnst aM are" lie ton<-eiucnci| s mivolved in hunting up
In the bent ni:iiini'i." and us low iw ,.,. White Lead and Colors of All Kinds, nnd is the change in their habits j 'in the life of his fuller. Among! oilier counsel tuggcsied' that he was pmlmh,

the co.t lIf 'ntterlnl, &0., will minium, l utj the lYfuliness lo come, under) (lie mrrations it was PI iti d that/ the litter, Ji- anxious to live upon the bountiful firtune
Imve seourud the eervlcn of sonm of tho arinngernents into I the possession of which he well) knew
A'D DB1LEK9 IN for cult'cljll|: ibo lexenue hni Keen, ; cob Johnwin saved the life of Dr Hrndci8on. -
,, 'I'he fact i that Dr. H. had ed Lady Eleanor oulel soon come Whatever *
BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. so prompt ; the dip >_ition to lefuiim cum is, Phil'it it

,Tho.i) who Holy fi\or u. with their Uruiiugo imloml inti'iconisi' with the great cities, of in the cie-ek to lebcue Mr, Charles! Dudley, his motive might be, he li.,id deseitidhis

will l>n trii.iiuiiteed nntire' eatUfictlon. Rosin Southern Pitcfe the North huts bnen so maiUid 1 ; and the the father, of the venerable man of types, wife and children nnd hnd broken up
l1"i1"dh'I' mmrly tbo loat Oftice. the home of n whom he bad, been
opposite man by
wiJIingiuks' to enine into !ihe I). (J. Dudl"I', now living: In our midst.--
Feb. 3, 1800It'To OILS BEXZtXE:: & gleiit arrange ,
ILLUMINATING 0. overwhelmed with kindness,
.
Tho I elder UudliM clasped the Dn 'tor andboth
nenUof flue nation |for the : (
peipetualinirfietj
)
drowning, when Jacob Johnson The Hail' ] if Cavvdor Li. ut. Gen. J. R.
-mi wig so gene Cal, that We t>ee in thisI were"
Printers and Publishers. 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUEPHILADELPHIA. I i Ilhillk. the, I return" of theleiiii| s of the sent lo ,heir rescue and savid the biace, Cr.ivvluid; !, brothers in law ol the pctilmnir,
and, Mr. Fied. John Howard' his
-:0:_ best das of the Republic. There aioixceptMns Intend of one. These arc the facts halfbroi -
It not be unlnli! stlll 'In her were called III prove" the In'ins on
(md,vidual) bat" there was hiss nmy ::( say
Hitting. largo lot of surplus .irch24, 1806, CmLIVERY our beloved President, who was Ihlt'l which lie and Lady KUnnor" CIIMnttibli' I baillivnd. '
Inlprill', : ; tt111m11ai'y i' nt' more willingntuB present
, to unile under thou Sl\lIIp.Guv'rnll1.'nt. nn'uticed to the Ifliloi, business with '. They slnled that he was a moat indulgent
PRINTING MATERIALS.I VVXx.r..A.rt.D'S:: : 'iiiii
liusb.ind' nud thai' lie tied his wile
Selhy. in thin! e'il had an invtteiulu
Can we forget, when uo think of whii lain ) / a"'rsi"n -

otT r for wile, FOR OASJ, the following artl I I he Soul barim bosom still, hut, long cheriblifd to the quite huhiis' thigh: .dnlingiiii.hed 1I1111,1! on the most nflietioiiale/ terms.
STABLES h master.t..\nd w'lh other Similar I Ici-limony' was given by other
oles lit n|,iiiions, lecliiius: and eUlilo'nl du : s ) impulsive
witnesses who' hud l been
mil soon change l1/Uonr; I ho people 7 Can' buys, mode it u rule to meet almost nightly : strvants in the
Ons half Manufacturers' house and it also'
Prices. I'rovl'tllhllt the
the of J. O'jinike'g was respondent
QUIXCY FLA. wo 1'1; h..wn"1t! uft.el' the ware of the in upper pin < arnagekhop '
WASIIIXOTOM IIASD: I'UESS.sizsNo. 'loses'nnd\ after the civil acre thai resulted fur fun and fearing to riluin (n and] respondent hud lived as

3. in 11",1| ni" ilctr his home at unseasonable hours fieu man and vvileut Nil.IIHeth..y! piiFsed
\ladle FS'abliinmpiit 0 1 the 'Ooininmi < ntly
Ono VASILIVO1'O" HAND PRESS120, NO. DIIIIlIOI' under the ol Mr. nnd Mis Graham.(,
{ name
tT .. bunked with old, I.mkclt
FIACKS Handy a
2, in oxmilloiil ordor. "eulway.illrenAlueeelo&a : I I.\l'ullh. in Copland "11 thu cesxiUion ol the very
230li: | RltKVtKItSoOlrw. I ( '? film of war, the filling hat bud, hero en- Ill uuh ehterme-d enlot'eel man still re>ident The uitnoces were not cinfu-cxamini'd,

I.DSO 1'imiER. COIII'OY pa..ollgertar. r tendercd ling,'rcd in the boMimsof B"gli-li lieie.wboNu ,ret iula'conccining the Preside nor were liny obsciviilinns lIe1drt seed lo I ilm
400 lie, 8M '\Ll., I'lCIA. ri\hioii| the rAid road trulim, to Cliuttalioiwliep, 'nl's bnvjinnd jury by the respondent'* counnel her
? Can we forget" how after lute are decidedly iutereonng.-
1:1: f.lIIl. .1 11)11'PIPE.) or any other point the)' rany dilre r" u" lo. men long Claie .1i..rlllhlul
:20 font. DHI'LY TYPE. TUiOtlOitbUU.AtM, revolution tie bmnshmi n) of ,)ame8, mid Raleigh 'I'togreii, Milt mother Lady having three

UUASKS> \SIIEd: ) UUI.E3, LEADS. FUtt- March 20, I860 tf ibe cessions \Villiinn' nnd Miiry, love months since, she \U now in the enjoyment
Nil'UKIi, Bud lu fact ..var) tblllg iiece>,nry at: nl I the property lefttu her bj her inlher:
In getting IIlIt" paper twice the ,17.0 l of the fur the 'Pretender, IIIIK red iLl the hearts Mnximillian has issued a decree granting Itt amount was not biateil l. I.ulll was undirbluod

't, "fientluol." Mules Stolen. of a portion' of that !ration ; how firm was bounties. to all vessels roiling under the that it i is considerable.His -
W. A. SirOBER
the conviction ihnt he wus 'the rlghlf I heir
Mexican flag do 11111'8 those
Prnprh'lor Plnrldii HUlltlnodministl'uh'ix's \. -eight per ton to Ivordnhip chILrje.llheju'y.
ol the crown how tho hope thai he
N tho nltrht of the 26th tnntnnt, two Sorrel ; strong built in Mexico lour; dollaii per ton to 1 he jury niter deliberating for n shirt

,\ Notice. O Mire Mules wen B'okm from tin mibucrl- I would\ yet come to the throne ? Shall we those nationalized by Mexican l law making lime, Hind' that the adultery' charged had
tiillnc Cue hat a round lunnd on the Illume our :Soutbirn; brrtl" /ien if numa similar
bi'riel
inonthn after date I will prevent my no- voyages beyond America and two dollars been committed and assessed the
,
SIX houlder. The hlll'8 brl'lIlrnnke"tll'rall..hll..O. dnmage
viiii-horani Administratrix, of the left ore uo. leehngs linger in (heir bo.oms1"Government
suitable reward, will be per ton to those milking voyages to the
& -into of L. \White, to the hunoniblu .Indue o( A paid agninst the correspondent ot XI0,001): ),_
I Probate. of I.uon county fur a final .ettlemeutnnd for any luformation thnt will loud lothHr recova- has /paid $47,5$0 last month ,United States, West Indies, South Ameri They added that it was lIne of the grossest
Mk for dlnoharga. E. U. WHITE ry, JAMES BRCVE.Tallaba. ca md Central America
,, \. Jan 18, Ilia-tim Admx.V ...., March 27, 1886. .?.w, .for' secret, service.' ,, 'j I Cutes that'eter, cum befurelhem, .

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Another Righteous Veto. Our Washington>< letter Ion bills, though many of the most Important our follow citizens, f Is to deal with the pies-

md.1ttJitIY $tnthid.I I.c I. The Telegraph brings us the satisfacto. appropriation bills remain unacte rnt, and so to direct and shape our pub
lic notion as best to the
promote safety
,
I I ry intelligence that President JOHNSON [PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] upon, particularly the civil, judicial, anc welfaie and hanpiness of the community

r.rALT..AUASS1nE : has vetoed the negro.ell ualit) bill passed Ptepoialto Guarantee-a Loan ,to the Juansts legislative!! appropriation bills, )him, in which we live, and of thos.vhllsP highest

.by the Radical mnjotity In Congress and -Consequcncci of makiny the Guarantee scarcely yet been touched. Beside I concerns ]hate been confided to our

entitled "The Civil Rights" bill.. these, the Committee on Ways and Mean s I keeping
-Present ttrenglh of the Army Gentlemen, we live In a land blessed
SATURDAY, MA.RtJIl'31,1883.: It was, in effect, a bill to establish absolute Immense Amount of WoiK before Congres have as yet made no repoit. They will with the richest gifts: of Piovidence

negro equality in every State ; to Ad report probably a dozen important bills,,, soil which yields to the daily laborer a
Xo Early /oui nmail.
of an
Prospect
h Agent for The Sentinel.Mr. overthrow all State Constitutions and all of which will require deliberate consideration rich and varied h11'I'psl-a climate which
for mildness and Is
D. II. WILSON, at Quincy. State laws, and to punish Judges of WASHINGTON, March 21, 1800. The banking committee also bv the far.famed salnbiity clime of Italy unsurpassed-si reams

Mr. THOMAS JENKINS, at Madison Courts for what they have, been doing all The question whether the United States have several important reports to make, which flow in deep and constant; cutieiin'

Mr. CoiDMttrs DREW, Jackson i1Ie. their lives, under the laws of the respective shall\ gu u antee the payment of a loan of upon each of'hlch a bill will be based, to the o\Jpal1-a staple product which

Col. D. J. TAYLOR, ai. Femandina. I' States. Who doubts that we have i B fifty millions of dollars to the Juarlst and each of these will give rise to long whitens every field and controls the monetary

Maj. F. C. BARRETT, at Gainesville.Mr. President 1"Another 1 in Mexico is still before the House debates. Then there I Is the loan bill, interest of the commeiclal wo: hi
party Nature has been prodigal in her gilts to
C. E. JOHNSON, at Monticello.Mr. --' pow before the House the most important -
Committee on Foreign Affairs. Mr. Ro- us, and it only leinuins for man to improve -

''V. L. STROM AS, at Centievllle. Honest 'Vitncss"- StEno, who used to be the minister from financial measure of the session. the advantages which she has so

Mr. JOHN A. GRCBB, at Savannah, Ga. from Florida the Republic of Mexico when there wasa Several bills in l relation to the Internal lavishly bestowed.
When lo these lich blessings natiueive -
Under the heading-"Another Honest Republic! there, but who now represents Revenue will be brought up : among \ can aIllhohe, of a State with all its

Cheapest Newspaper in the State Witness"-th.. Washington Clnoiwle of no existing: government, and RODT. them is the tax Mil: good for two weeks] political lights restored, its Government

the 17th, publishes with a great flourish, DALE OWEN, have both made arguments debate at least. The tariff may be discussed \wisely adiiiiiiisteipd, with a due regard

a letter dated TALLAHASSEE FLA., Feb. before the committee in favor of the for two or three is eeks. Tirebankrupt the tights of all, just laws fruitfully' up-

Trl.Weekly.............................86 law will be cured, we may look with hopeful confidence *
Scml.AVecklr ........................... 4 27th, which it says is written "by Northern guarantee But there is no probability considered at : lo the future and ofl'er up our
Weekly----------------------------------- gentleman who! visited the South for that the committee will\ report favorably length. Added to these there are half a' grateful homage to the Author of nit

the purpose of investing his money in on the project. It is l possible that a mi- doyen contested election cases, all of good for hating cast out lots In a land so

tif' We are indebted to HARRISON trade, and making a permanent i evidence nority report may be made, in favor of which are to be argued To crown all .' highly For the fat med.fist lime since the l'eol'jlIl1i7.a.

there" It adds': "The day has passed the nod at all events it is there is the whole question of the iesto-
REED, Esq, U. S. Postal Agent, for late guarantee ; l Ion nf nm Slate Gnvpinment, I the Giant I
New York and Washington papers. when"such witnesses can bo ridiculed or pretty cet taiu that tho matter will\ comein ration policy of the President, and the "irqnost has been selected and sworn, andis

.-- doubted." some shape, directly before the House, measures which it Involves, which will aboiiL to ei.ler upon the discharge of

We will\ have face the afford matter for a month or two spent in irs grave and impoitant duties. The ocasion -
thought that Chaplain HODBS in and the members to
,
II. WIIITXCR of Madison
Capt. W. was ; i is one of interest to tho \ptopleof)
his testimony befoie the Recointiuction music and decide to vote for the attending to nothing else The above
admitted to the Bar I efore the Circuit your county, ns it inaugurates a regular

Court of this County on Thuisday. Committee, had "done the business" for guarantee 01 riot, It is a serious matter, gives but a faint and impel ctl idea of the alld systematic adininistri'i'm of the laws

the, people of Florida pretty effectually ; for it is a qnestion of peace or war-: work before the present session of Congress so lung suspended. To yourselves it
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mist pride and pleasure in
W The United States District Court but as against this "swift witness" in (D. war too, with Fiance, probably at this DALLAS. icing the (list, to assist in this work of

for the Northern District of Florida, is In D.) FOBACY'S columns, he is absolutely] time the most powerful nation in the dUly and \\lntl' ollsUl.

session at St. Augustine, Judge FRAZER 1 rowheiel I The stories of the "AToithem; world, so far as fleets and armies are con- LEOS CIRCUIT COURT. Tire salutary restraints in.posed bylaw
III'e iiecessn y to the' eiijnvmenl of our social -
gentleman" are so palpably false and so ceuied.
presiding. religious rind political lights. With-
preposterously absurd that they seemed If we give this guarantee, it will unquestionably General" Prcseiitmoiit by thc out them society :loses all those amenities

PRESENTMENT ANn CIIAROK.The attention to us at first glance, innnufactuicd in } lead to hostilities with the < Grand Jury. flllclll'ac's'Ilich embellish ci\'ilizpllif..,

(,if the citizens of Leon County is Washington for the Northern market ; I French forces in Mexico. In puisuanceof Religion) itself noun tle1plI"I'nlp into; ttiiroliy I
but, the writer The Grand inipanneled in and for and persecution, whilst the, rights of
makes
as not only general the arrangements made by the Empe- Jury
Invited to the General Presentment of the the citizen hecome' meie/ K -, aiidpiii>
statements but the county of Leon, at this, the Spring -
Grand July and the admirable Charge of gives circumstances &c., rue NAPOLEON with MAxrh ILIAN, 5,0(0of term of the Circuit Court ISbCi, have good ilfga vouchsafed by an iiiesponssiblnGoveinnipnt.

Judge BARER.tom" to prove them, we conclude the letter is the French troops! now in Mexico are reason to congratulate! themselves and .

genuine. Heieis a specimen : under orders to return to France, and are the oihpi citizens of the count that but The Gulden Age of which the Poe's:

Ue stales that an ex. omcrr of the :3tlU. to embark in May, June and July next. few cases of infraction of the Penal Laws sing, when man's own sense of right was
The public are informed that pure have been brought to their notice and sufficient/ to restrains him fiom Ire>l'pssillg
,
Vaccine Virus can be obtained at the S. colored troops, while tiavellingin But if this guarantee resolution passed, these have been turned, over to the County upon thin iighls of others, never" existent

Ding Store of M. LIVELY. Whether thereis citizens clothes on the cars between Jacksonville I these orders will be countermanded, and \U1 iminal Court. The people, according except in their own dreamt. imiiginatinns.The .

small pox around or not, it is the dutyof and Tallahassee, heard! one of the i all the French troops in Mexico will remain to info) maiion received fl'OlIIall qua,'tens, oldest n iiifotins and most us hunt nullipntic the fil'stlllall'cre.a'e,1 history <'fCiealii .

"reconstructed" Floridians! boast that theie. NAPOLEON will have condiicied themselves in every respect -
that loathsome disease regard this : .
i all to guard against becoming good citizens | Si.t tine hand of OmnipotPiice i imbe -
in a manner -
I by vaccination. "since the surrender he had killed seven guarantee: as a tin eat. If the government, and manifest a disposition to submit ed\ the (first command ..vPI'issued lo

?1I I of the d-d niggers'! and intended to guarantees this loan to the Juaiists, NAPOLEON to the i rile of law and order him by his Creator, and that I the LI 'st.nrn11,

CIRCUIT COURT.-The have been kill as many t.S he could." And for this, will\ not only regard it as a menace There is not, in the opinion I lie Gi'and burn upon lire earth murdered the second.
juries From it.at dIY.to this man's history;
discharged for the Teim. In the case he says the speaker was applauded by but he1 ill see at once that the Jury eminent, the, slightest bin an carnet disaffection disposition the Guv to a constant snuggle, between his presents evil-

a dozen or more, a judge of the Criminal French interests in Mexico passions nod vicious i
of Jouxso.1 11. the Pensacola and Georgia are seriously cultivate friendly feelings to the (people ) )pioppnsilies on iho

\ Railroad Company for damages;: for Courts being among: the number impeiilled. Thus the effect of this pro of all sections of our common country one side, nnd ibose piinri J |>len nf i light and -
The above is its and breadth trod jU lice which it is the rum sin ubj..cL..f the
passing through plaintiff's land, mire jury beyond the leach of all posed measiiie will be to render a war throughout length we
j I law
to seem on Ilieother 'lo Intel' tth..sp
cherish the that tile will "r
hope same spirit
comment. The veto of the Fieedmen's with France highly probable for it is '
gave him 1135. HOODE DOUGLAS and ; be manifested! 1 every wheie. Under, the laws impartially; and lo enforce
PEELER for plaintiff APY and STEPHENS Bureau bill, he says, is disastrous to certain that NAPOLEON will lake no step influence ut peace mil those kindly' feelings them rigidly! b_ the province of the Courts

i for defendants Northern men who hate settled in Florida !- that can endanger the stability of the which are I'I'Idlcetl' by frequent, of J I1slicp. vIn '

and more especially, to the negroes Mexican Empire. This policy requireshim free and f iiiendly Intercourse, our ( unitry' the Judicial: System of the Smic
-- hive been
must and will piogiess in a untune of you ass fined a prominenl t pn' t
Grand Concert. By way of demonstration or proof of to uphold the present government of prosperity as heretofore, before cue emi I in (lie, admiiiisliaiion, of the law '1'uyour- \ I

-I A Conceit of Vocal and Instrumental this, he assigns the fact that those who Mexico with all\ his power ; and if war stances occure(1! to distul b the relations Body has been confided the duly of m- fj

have invested in plantations and gone to with the United Slates does arise, there that existed between the dill' lent sec quiimg into bleaches of the )penal> ]lass ,
music is advertised for next Tuesday and pieseniing: such ca'() ID the Court n sins
work, "are trembling in their boots over is a treaty in existei.ce between France.. tions.
night! at the Capitol, under the direction I Tire Grand Jury beg leave to call the tout judgment ought to 1m publ'civintesligited.
this r.ews for fear they will not be Austria and Belgium which would make
1 per- The qualifications for
'of Pi of. DE 1 ESE, Pianist The splendid attention of the people' of the county to jnnroffice
I mitted to gather their flistciop ;j" and the latter two nations the active allies of the horrible condition of the loads, and al'"sound judgment impai lialil) and
Ji Band of the 7lh U.S. Regulais under the I
moreover, he says they have assured him NAPOLEON These facts are well\ knownto I lecommeijd! that every elPiit should he Hi Illness In the language!; of the Oilli
lead of Herr WIEOA, will assist. A which you have just taken, 'you should.
them. call the] 'I
made to improve I They
that if mallets are going on so at Washington members of Congress ; and if they do
\ lich musical treat may b "they will sell out for insist upon the passage. of tin antee leave
anything gua nor any unpiesented though fear
I A poition of the proceeds is to he devoted is, to this nlal tel'. In in my places the I ,
.t they pan get, and make their way back resolution, will be a pretty sure indication highways are baiely passable. In refer favor or affection. Voa are ID piettenu,
to charitable]
1 purposes North !I"And that they are bent upon a foreign ence to the condition of the Count llou-e no man fro III motives ot private resentment -
--w.p uur shoull you allow joui'selves to,
the would leconiini'nd suitable repairs
it is of
out such nonsense and war
be used
rnThe Jacksonville Times states to be made to lender it more comfiulable as the instiument of private' resentment -
falsehoods that is The of disbanding the
public
opinion manufactured process troops by others
that about and they beg leave to say that the
hundred
two of the 34tlcnloied
men at the North-backed by such that were engaged in the late war, and Jail ii need chiefly by the military authorities it i ix your duty to givo! to the cases

legiment recently mustered out living nnd lying: witnesses as Chaplain that were furnished by the Northern as guard house, and th-y did brought to your notice a careful consideration
,cf service ,at Charleston have I returned and to indict\ all persons whose guilt, 1
not conceive that it is at in the
Moons We have not space to pUI'buethe States, has been going on ever since last present is made
to appear probable by the evi
lo Florida.
Some have purchased lands possession or under the control of the
subject to day, but will publish the"Northern June. More than eight hundred thousand such render deuce. Men are pi(//ne to mng.rity the
and others have to work for $20: county to an extent as to a
gone ((800,000) have been disbanded inipiiitai ce of their own nff.l tins and to imagine
j:1eRl.leman's":: letter in our next men : thorough: examination npCt'8 ary. Theydo
month and "lations which! is'moie
per that their grievances nfhiiffiu
private are
.' issue dining:: the last nine months. There yet know, however, that it is in a very
than could in South 'ent public concent li> become Ih'i
they get Carolina r bad condition and reeds extensive repair '
remain in the service The
152,000 men. of \
Southern Senators In conclusion] they tender their thanksto subject invesiigition lief.nethe Grand
SIcaklllg work of disbanding however, still continues Jmy for redress Yon will of course dis- .{
ho Court for tho able which
Out! I charge
lit uns\\'ick and Florida
{ Rail Only] a few days ago, the President was given them, and solicit a copy for regard all such cases. Private injuries
road. The Washington respondent of TheN. may be led-essed hv civil actions it j it
;
It alsoindebted
directed the Secretary of War to order publication They are the
Y. Daily News telegraphs under date only when they are coupled with iiblics:
|
Solicitor other
A bill recently the lIon. Judge, and officers(
passed Georgia Leg. the immediate of white
22d, : "At the Cabinet meeting: yesterday, discharge! 18,600 of the Court fur there courteous and kin 1 wrung llmt they become fit subjects fop
Islatuie] amending the charter of the and ": : the action of the Grand Jui'
soldiers and
1' the Civil Rights bill was under discus troops 23,000 negro ; orders beat irg in the discharge of their Ie-SIJ-ec: ,v.
.! Brunswick and Florida Railroad Company to that effect have been Issued. live duties. As the Grand Inquest of the County, it
sion, and the President is understood to has heretofore been duty to indictall
II I changing the name to the Brunswick When these negroes are disbanded there A. 1I0rKI S, Foreman your
''< have expressed his intention veto Only L. TAYLOR offences against the penal laws of the
and Albany Railroad Co This read 1 will\ still remain 42,700 J. ,
negroes employedin State which had been commuted within
six of the Southern Senators elect are JOSHUA MONTFORD
: running in a due west line to Albany, IsLI' the army. The whole of these will he FISHER. the limits of the county The term p*lIal'
W. E.
now here Among them M
PARSONS
:: essl'S '
!, thence designed l to strike the Chattahoo- disbanded during the present year. The J. A, EUMONUSON: laws comprehends' all felonies and m slemeanois -
SUARKEY and CALL. But
they all embiacmg all those offemei
chee I'lvel'here I ii meets the Railroad to President is GEO. CROON,
decidedly
opposed to havingany
fay, that not only they, but also the pea J, A. J, HONEY which are punished by death, by fine and
1 II Montgomery, Alabama.The ple of the South, are unanimously opposed negroes in the army, under any circumstances P. BROKAW,, impi'isonmenl, by snipes and by the pil
Brunswick and Macon Some of those the
Railroad loiy. as vaiinus
IANIEL GEDDIE
to the insulting and
degrading ,
debouches from the Brunswick proposal grades of felonious homicide, strike at
and AI II is nonsense to suppose that Congress W. J. AKINS,
contained in Slenait'n
lesolutions. the existence of
bauy road at a point twelve miles SOLOMON: SILLS very society itself. They
west of can adjourn as early as Mayor ,
They ale not disposed to have their seats are denounced by the Divine law, and ate
C. HALL
J.
.. Brunswick, thence in an air line Northwest June ,
nest, althoagh a concurrent resolu the
law
punished by municipal with its
Congress bought for them at such a JOHN GltA I LING,
of Scilven on the Atlantic and Gulf tion to that effect has already passed the M. PATRICK, severest penal lies. Lose who now con-

Railroad 72 miles from Savannah, thenceto price House. It is much more likely that Congress JOSEPH CHRISTIE.Charge trot the destinies of the Slate have seen

the Ocmulgee just above the junction 1 1wlt'1 The proposal contained in Mr. Stew I, will continue -- fit lo tviilidiaw fiom the jurisdiction of
in session until Au tie'! Civil \Courts all
the ait's resolutions is "univeisal suffiageand theGrand capital cases. Your
Oconee to Jury.
and thence
to Macon gust or perhaps totvaids the end of is therefore
universal amnesty" In other words if ; July, jurisdiction now limited to
By the latter road the distance from a recess of two months may be taken, Gentlemen of the Grand Jury : cases in which the death penalty U not
the Southern Stiles
will
extend the
:! light
Brunswick to Macon Is one hundred and and the two Houses re-assemble again After a long separation we meet again Inflicted Misdemeanors embrace every
of suffrage to the negroes, their people circumstances of offence, (less than fl'llInylhlch affects
.ereuty one miles. Fifty! miles of this about the first of October and under peculiar ii.teiest.
..Railroad are to be forgiven and the States restored continue We have lately passed through the most the peace and good order of society.
now in opt>lation. The for- ta the Union It is a proposition to the in session until near the end of November severe end trying ordeal to which ana- They const[i ui en large:: class of offences

mer road is one hundred anti sixty-five South "to sell and That is an idea that seems to please lion or people could be subjected. The some of which IheLegislalui inns' i equh ed

and a half miles from Brunswick to Alba out ;i" we are glad to every member to whom it is suggested whole gtiucture and frame work of our the Court to give yon In special chargeateteiy '

ny. This road was finished 1 iii; the fall\ of see that it meets from our Senators the The hottest two civil and domestic society has been orei- Teim.
1361 from Brunswick contempt it met'Its. The people of the months here, are Augustand thrown. Our organic laws have been The fist, of these are offences against

to Tebeauvjlle on South must never give up the pettle .lent September At that tine of year changed, and our whole civil (polity ie- piivale property ; including rubbery, larceny
the Atlantic and Gnlf Railroad, a distance the heat is truly intense and Insupporta. modelled and adapted to this new and receiving stolen goods, forgery and
this of
of sixty miles and of question suffrage to otheis. altered condition of the malicious mischief,
" was running for more ble. It is probable that the business of greatly cuuntry.
; than two 1 ears fu connection with Thom TUB bill making the session be It U useless to indulge In gloomy retrospection BieachesoftbePet.ee. These last ofl'emices
appropriations for fortifications : finished ,
may by the first of
of the past, to inquire by what me nf almost daily uccurience, but
I, asville and Savannah, when the Coufede as It passed the House, con August ; but if not, there are other reas mighty agencies, moral and physical, many uf them are too trivial to be noticedby

late Government tore up the lion and talus 8100,000 for Fort Taj lor, Key West, ons, besides that, which may induce the these changes have been brought about, the Grand Jury, and they should exercise

dismantled the road. Measures are be- $80,000 lor Fort Jeflefaou, Tortugts, and members to desire to have the session or to peculate upon( the destiny which a sound discretion in leteience li>

ing t liken to place It la running order as J50.000 1 for Fort! Clinch, Fernandhia I .continued till cold weather. Some awaits as in the future. them, guided and controlled by the Solicit .
their adviser Under this
t pro Our duty as practical men, charged In or, legal headln"h
toon as possible Florida .gl'esll118s beet made with the appropria. some degree with the dearest interests of jour code, Is Included< the offence of a-_ ?


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wearing; arm secretly In a land of laws MaJ. Gen. Foster.

like this of ours, there can be no excuse Probably there Is no officer in tIle g1ftv lvtx1i tm nt WHOLESALED [ V !

for this unlawful practice, and when (It Is U. S. Army, in the command of department -
indulge; it must be from unmanly fear
or district, in the Southern Slates STORE.
or from the conciousiipss that arms may that has pursued a more just and libera'' CIRCULARS I :;;,
be needed to protect the wearer againstthn conduct, in performance of official duties, I

consequences of his own misconduct than has Maj. Qen. Foster, In commandof CARDS 1 : )'
C W. & A M SCOTT& (
The
jails and gibbets of the country are the department of Florida. Firm in .

supplied with their yemly tenants chiefly the execution of orders he has represented *
,
BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS !
from this class of offenders. the Government with the courtesyand
Off'-ncas against Religion, Decency and '\XTE respectfully !'tiform our friends !
affability of a hljzh-loned gentleman, &c. &0. &0, V" ore now receiving
Morality, Upon this class of offences I without any of those cavalier and unbe-

make no extendnd comments. They are c mn2! acts and manners affected by ,
ahnminnlions which A LARGE STOCK OF
degrade the chatnc-
some officers In the South, who seem to
ter, pollute the morals and offend againstthe have
no appreciation of the condition of
]laws both human Ha\lni recdvcd a splendid assortment of
and Divine the country, and! which are so disgustingto :
The Gaming Act. Any house, office, gentlemen of education and refinement SPRING ANn
store booth, lent or shed is a gaming\ Hence he is so generally popular through The :Fiiicst Inks and PaperThis
house within\ the meaning of the Act, If have
the
out whole State, and our people I
\persons may n t'lUhtllht'I'eln at pleasure, I Office Is prepared to etecuta
no Apprehension! of a harsh administration
and play at unlawful gamps. So of a of any of the orders from the war department GOODS !
jjnmino;: table, a goods box, counter orally While Gen. Foster" Is prompt EVERY KIND OF PRINTING

other substitute for a table, if used in the discharge of his official duties, he At the old stand In Tnllalmgiio", whore I3
for the purpose'\ of unlawful galling, Is a is equally on, in protecting; the rights of KNOWS TO TUB ART prepared to supply customer* with all
gaining table within the of the
meaning citizens of this State, as they exist, to the
act. extent of his aulhoilty. Fashionable Dress
Retailing spirits without licenses. Ourlaw It gives us great" pleasure to be able to

permits the sale of ardent spirits in I speak\ thus of Gen. Foster, whose course A SPLENDID LOT faf

quantities ]less than a quail, to be dank I II tends so unerringly. and so happily for Grenadines and Organdies,

I "wh u sold, pity led the deal r fil'sllo.kes ; all, to the restoration of our former relations ENVELOPES OF ALL SIZES !

out a License These tippling houses are in the Union.-Quiney Cummon- MUSLINS AND
nuisances wherever
established.
They
' niitice the Imlu'lrkms man from !lis labor wealth.BOSISESS. FOR BALE CHEAP,

I' encourage the Indolent man in LACE MANTELS, I t
I I I I I I
his idleness, corrupt[ the morals of the ix NEW Y OaK.-TI.e returnsof PRINTED TO ORDER / I i I I -

) young and destroy the health of nil.- Internal Revenue In the Fourth Dis COLLARS AND BETTS.Gi a
J OTUBRB IF DE8IKRD.
! Strange that the law should penult so tit! of New Yolk city: for ten months FOR OFFICERS AND ,

I, mach evil to lie visited upon society. provided ending March 1st, show a total of collections com-
I 1I the perpetrator psuduoed! a License In, limn
fur l his wickedness.I niimunling lo over 7000000. In Direct Trade with Europe! II ? ..,0.

will not detain you longer upon these this district are many of the largest ivhole- tu appj'the'

I statutes! ; you Mill find them under ap- sale nieichants and manufacturers, whose SO UTIIER.NEX11OII.'I'

opiinle heads in your Digest. It I II' is sworn returns of sales are looked for '
'
;your duty to inspect your jail, public ANn) BIPOIt\ T BOOTS AND SHOES ,
I' 'buildings and public records, and, report with eagerness. !

I'' upon the manner in which they ate kept. HIP leading hone, is that of II. B. Cln- \ _
HATS
AND CAPS
I In seasons like the piesent, when the fin & Co., whose Kales for the len months COMP: : : .ES NY. ,
11 I political fabric seems taller big to its base, mint on
Next A. T.
the adminKualiou! of the law is aitlo, be- were over 12500000. come 7 Addition to llielr Agents already there, the ".
4. rum feeble and ieU rend to Europu Mr. J. T. BERNARD, who will
social disorders are the necessary consequence. Hall, George Bliss\ & Co., arid Geo. A. go with ..Ieelrelerolleo\ lo this seellon. X-X.A..rLI"Q'V'.A..rt.E 6m

Hit only by a vigil enforcement Wicks & Co., each over 10000000.
of the laws asAiiiftl! tlioe who distill Goods, Wares, &c.
Eleven others made sales between five CROCKERY,
I b the public' peace or seek to contaminate As It In contemplated to freight a vessel for St.
the public morals] that these evils and ten millions, thirteen between three Marks, a rare opportunity 1i 14 presented to Mer- ,

1 call be avoided It is now more than ever a\111I1vt' millions, and sixty-nine between chains than New and York flouters wholesale of obtaining price.. 1I""d.t At the Company Ie..' Agricultural

I jour dory to see llial all viidaiions of the one and three millions. are able to make their pnichusus direct I
/ lane be brought to the no: ice of the com t, lioin the Factories, they are enabled to deliver &c &c, &c &c. ::1
in order thai the culpiiis suffer" its Many films pay heavy taxes on manufactures goods nl reduced ate" Inasmuch however, as I
may orders of this kind should be tiled two monthsahead
vela ILIt' 1 Imliciinents may lie fianied upon One manu ft ctttrer of clothing Merchant delrlnn to lay In cheap Block AT TilE ,
knnttledjie: ]possessed by your body or paid a monthly tax of $7,000, and others of Fall Uoods should send In their orders as I
noon as )>r"eLlwhle. I Strict utteutlun will be givento If
I upon inloimation Chat\ vl'tI trum oiheis ; 3,300, $jOOU, and $3,000. the smallest orders.AGRICULTURAL. LOWEST CASH i f
and in the latter cisi the cou it assists you I
Messrs. P & G. Lorillard the celebrated
with its uli"Ie nmlmiity in b. in am.! a'it MACHINERY

nests. before 'VII. If I lie uitness sniiiiiiui e' tobacco inanufacluiers, paid in ei&hlmonths
bnoiild fill to attend, or 'lel'u-o to U-slity, the enormous lax of $375,754 75Jjjp" By the tnrllV of 1805 rleMilturnl JUiohlnory H.I vnx! eBtublUhcd a branch of our b1le'W [r
Is admitted free oif tluly.o'lntl'lIIlIr)' and 1'orlu- New York we ore prepared to furulnh
the of the he jlll'"kl,1I
puwer coiut may tile Knulncs used fur /KrlcllllllrRllUll'oo'o come nil kinds 1111111) qtmiuhy. on the Blioituttt
t"or Lire ptuposu of foici'iij fl'omlh!' reluctant Gen. D. K. SICKLES and staff will under this clue, and may bo obhilncj' 85 und 40 und the moat ..d.uL"geoU.lorm.. [

witness, the iut'oimillion withheld.Let <1. several ladies, attired. at Jacksonville per cent cheaper than thotte made .North J

me elill eat \ uu then, to give to CASH ADVANCESMADE
Monday ]last. Laborers and House Servants.
ll.e.ie subjects thus hastily brouuhl toymir i

t notice, the cIIIIiJerallun wh ch their -- --- -- Sl''ellllllltentinn will ho given to the procurement ON COTTON SHIPPED
imioi| 'tance demands. Looking lo thepeculiar COMMERCIAL. of gcrvants: and Laboreis, only unch being .
umrtliiioii of Belucted fie furnish textimonlals of fond character.
our countrythesafe'y
As Mr. Barnard will lave early, In Inv: It Is
&
if-your lives and properly-the rleHirable that nit outers should be left with him Hodgkiss, Scott 1
becuri i''y of yuur lamilies-the peace and Tallahassee Market before that time.

I goad older oi the society ill \\hich you B aNTIN61. rirpii'B, > Fur further particulars, or for rlroula.s containing NEW YORK.
t cost of European articles, apply loIt.
TiLLilliSSKK, Kla. il.uell( 31
1800. \
live-all deniald a t.iiililul i xeculinn of K" FLOYJI) 1'ienldvnr a
the grave duties devolving] : UI'"U )'I'll. COT TOS. ,lBck onvllU., Flu.J. TnllnhuHBce, lf.ircl 24, I860.
The market Is dull. We quote T. BERNARD, Aifi'ht.Talluhaedeo K S t

-- -------- ---- -- --- Mlilillliiic\ ........... .... ................30 a Kla."
Uidln.tr.................................23 itCBNKItiL March 29, 1806. 6w
BY TELEGRAPH. MAHiBT: NEW !

Corrrcttil by Alexander Gullie, Grocer. New Goods! New Goods! I

Flour, per bbl.....................$12 00 a 16 00
FROM WlrASIIIi GTOXr. Buckwheat, per bill............... 14 00 a It 00
Hominy 'per buahel.............. 125 a 1 60
Jorn, Mi-ai......................... 125 a 1 60 NEW GOODS !
VETO OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS DILLKEJJiUriOA' White\ Sugar............._....._.. 28 II 83 PKATOBIUS & CLARK
: Of 8I3NA10U :STuCK-: Brown---------------------------- 10 a 20 t

'10X.WAKIIIXOTOX: Jolteo................. ............ 37 a 4r o
Fresh lieef....................... 12 a 1Chlokunn 5
per pair............... 40 a 5KVKB
March 27.The President i. l>erdo..."................... !20a 25 ]IEllCIIANT i!
ciaiisiiiilteil the Senate to-dav his Butter, per. pound................ 60 a 76 M. A. Dzialynski
of the Civil Ui lils bill the Cheeiie.. ........................... 40.1 61
veto message: _: ,
Sweet. Potatoes, per buahel.. ....... &0 a 75
various |provisions nf ulucli are subjected Irish Puma OC8, per barrel......... 6 00 a 7 00 HAS[ RECEIVED AND IS STILLlUCEIVIXd TALL MIASSEE. FL.\..
loatitiid pxnminalioii and the reasons Onloim, per barrel. ................ 6 CO a 7 ou j
for given in detail- Mackerel: per kit............_.... 3 00 a 4 00
diappruvat| | !Lard per pound................... 20 a 26 I
The 1'ivsideui Hays the bill ;intervenes Bacon, per pound. ................ 20 a 2VhUkey :
between capitaf and labor, and attempts \ per gallon............... 4 00 a 8 00
to settle questions of political Hide, dry........................ OS a 10 A Well Selected Stock of Goods, E are now receiving a HUB imsorl
through the agency of numerous economy oflioials Ulde, green,....... ............... 04 a 05 W CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, t

whose interest it will be lo feiraent discord CONSISTING OF LINEN GOODS tl4

t beta eel the laces, for as the breach < ,
hut th'tdiptmrnt
widens their employment continue, y .
and
aid when It is closed their occupation Dry Goods Clothing Furnishing
Ic
will be gone. Consisting, In part, of the followinngFnre
c rrt..A.N'CVocal :
The bill also trenches on the lights! of If
Black Buie nnd Brown
;
the :Slates: and would have! a centralizing and Instrumental Boots and Shoes Hlnok Doeskin Fancy tfprlnu CIISB' ;
tendency. Blue Flannels, Blnok Drap d'Kle;
The President freely recognizes the obligation Black and Colored Iiallun C.oths; ,
CONCERT White Colored and Fancy' 1lnelllllleko; '
lo the freedmen and will
protect White, Colored rind Fancy Linen ;
OXi cDPx-CING: : : : .1
cheerfully co-operate with CVngreBS n Black and Brown Bilk Mixed Coatings;
measure necessary for the purpi Fancy and'htte Marseilles;
any STYLES OF Black Silk Velvet and Hllk Vb.llnx.; I
'whieli accords with the of .It LATEST
provisions tae
:,..! White, Bro.vn mm Huff Linen Shirts;
Federal constitution. I.liion and Paper Culture Lwlu Thread) S6! !

The Senate today unseated Mr, Stockton Ladles and Gcntlcuicii's Hats, Cotton Finn Cotton and Merino and. Gauze Hulf'ltuse Merino; ; .
of New Jersey, (Dem.) by a majorityjfone. Fine Linen, Fine" Jenns;
<< The p'eaeni Legislature is Ueijiliblican Cotton Flu.iiul mill Merino .;
\ and will therefore elect a man HOSIERY &C. Lisle Thiead, Berlin and Kid Gloves .. "
of their own party" in his place A GRAND Concert of Vocal and InstrumentaVlluslow Handkerchiefs, Black and Fane/ (y/1
/ I
111 be given mid Cravats; ,
,) the llou-e a report, was made by the Suspenders, Cushmere Overshlrts:
Reconstruction Committee covering the AT THE CAPITOr Which he offers on low terms for CASH. Also a Quo assortment of

evidence of Gen. Lee, who says, so far as On Tuesday Evening., April, 18UG, or COTTON MEN, YOUTHS AND BOVS' "
I lie knows the desire of the people of the By Professional and Distinguished Amateur ; t'o :

South they are fur the restoration of civil Performer The Splendid Bund of he 7tb U. S. Harvard's Old Stand. Spring and Summer .
goreinment, and they look upon the policy Kegulars, under the able leadership of "

of the President as the one which HERR WIEGAND mli27

lish.would It. most clearly and surely re-estab And an Orchestra of Stringed Instruments, will MICKY, BEATTIE & CO. NOTICE.SIX arena .
also contribute some of their eiqulallo perforlnallee ; ; ;: ;; ,1 t

to tbe entertainment. SBIPPIXO AND GURU MONTHS after the first S,
NEW YORK MARKETS On this occasion will be Introduced for the first notice, I will present my
March time In this country, the novel and highly pleasIng Vouchers, as Administrator of the '
New YORK, 27.-Cotton is instrument called the Commission Merchants Redden \V. 1'arrnmore, late of Madison ,
steady! with sales today of SOU) bales.- I Florida, deceased, to the Honorable
Freights! quiet on cotton to Liverpool, Cither or Ancient' Table Harp. AND FACTORS IK Probate of Madison county, Florida,

6 16.1 to 8 8J.Uold charities A portion of this of tbe proceeds to be applied to the FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS, COTTON, AND for upon a legal acrid tauten discharge from further I
quoted at 128 1 8. county. B. ALEXANDER '
Admission $t ; Children unde. 12, half price. PRODUCE GENERALLY, ,
Reserved Seals In front (numbered) |1 25, ticket March 0, ISOtt.
for which must be scoured m advance and SO3 and SOS MAY SXUTCKT.SAVANNAH. .
TUB Latest returns fioin New ,
Hainp. 2d Mcbougald's .. '
be hud br Monday, April,at Mr. 3NTOTIOI3.
ehlle give the result in the State, with Bookstore. OEOUCIA : l
Doors open at 7 1.4j; Conceit to eommenoe at AVKEKS: after dale! the ( ; I
i the exception of twenty-niue small towns, Quarter before eight. on baud a large Assortment of SIX to tire. Judge of Probate nf 1.
Union) had Should tbe weather be upfaTerablethe\ Coooerske CONSTANTLY liourhon and Wheat WbuUlcs, t)', for letters of administration, de ba"..
Governor Smyth ( 33,631votes t
4111 place oil the following evening.K7 Wines, Brandies, Ours, &0. the Estate of James Lockerman lute -
and Sinclair (Dew) 28,414..6myth'ti .- Further! partliulari In sodbllts.O. ...- Oush Advances wide on eonilgnmunls ol f county, deoett&L'd. '
F. DiVENE. Produce 1d1cn, Bunls 4 Co; I'tllnjulrhl 1. A. ED1l0
, is, therefore, 6,220. mb31-2t PUolst ani Dlrestor. March :1, 1806. W TalUhasiec, March It, 1888 a \u t ,










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a--l ''''.IIo' '''' "" _m=o<(= U."Di04I
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I SwtndUnJ Girt nalll Oilier Lots f. B. BEOKAW'S. McKIBBIN' & ALLEN PEN & GEORGIA RAILROAD T

Ml-: cd $ l tittcI. tcrics.Ve ,p '" .. :tJ.f :.

\ find, in the New Vorlt JlrMld. of the \ J: < F ,

TALLAHASSEE.SATURDAY: '; ICth, an expose of these swindling concern-. LIVEItYANDSALESTAIJLIES HAVE NOW IN STORE -,,-

It says : CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
"We have repeatedly rauiloned the: public
----rll I" .. TALLAHASSEE Jnn 15,18CO.OX ; .
the ,
especially I country people npuii'tlieinj ,
.JMAHCEI 31,, 1833. !( deceived by swinII'nt.fL/ and oilier TU Largest and Handsomest and nftcr this dutc, the Xrnln
., -. -- lotteries FLA. thu l'enollolllllll/lll Uuol Kill Uullloud will
-=- ; and we hAvI.IHoly, received coiniiunieiilions TALLAHASSEE
the inditutu r dully as fullowsi31ASTWARD.
on subject which

HOW THEY DID IT. that the scamps concerned in gtttinl; them! ALSO WAGONS, ASSORTMENT OFD'R'Y'GOODS )Leave Qutneynt........... ........ .... 4.30 Ai M.
up tire mill nt their rascally work. !It stems _- An, .e utTiillnlniBsi'unt............ 080 ;,
They were sitting side I by side. Unit the Southern country has lately been DrGGIES; AND Lcavu TiillnhniM'iuiit.... ............ 7.1,0, ,II, ,
And ho sighed mid then hi sighed. the Arrive lUdlcoll at.... .......... ..11.00
"r ; : I' J'' scene of their oprr.itiona and hilt] th.it Carriages and Harness Leave Hadlron nt..................HBO "
1. Sidird; tldl' lid "1,1)1 i !j'\ section of the country islloililud with circulars AI'I'I.edlltLllko VII) nl............ 3.0. I'. M.

offering pr.zes. of a very nttmUhedcsoiiptmii WESTWARD.
And he idled and then Bile idled. FOR SALE.
,
to those who m"y be induced to Leave Inko City nt................. 880 ,\. M.
vest in the schcmis. One dodge Is 10 scud Tmellnhnaesn Nov, 0. 1RII.., tf I EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLORIDA Arrive nt Mmlhiin, nl...............-1,20 1' 11.
"You creation's bells I" : I
nre 60Arrive
lento MndlMin IIt..I
And ho bellowed and she bellowed. a circular/ to soinu eiiizen whuso" name has lit iillnhiiBBee ue............. .4 3(o) II ;
been! !prexious'y' aaccitaincd, suggesting DRUGS DRUGS [."II\'e Tnl'iilini-S'c! lit................ 6,COAirlvontyulncj II
how h.. HIM be made the fl'CII'I"lIt mil'a III............. .u 0.30 ,
"On my foul here's such a weight !1"
certain prize a few hundred dol- ST. MARKS TRAIN. ;
,
And, ho Availed, and she waited.. hits, on the payment Bay! of[ n no"ninnl, l sum WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Consisting in part of LeiuoTnllnhnwenl, ................ 730 J\. \Ivirlvontst.
generally ten fudges All that required: Mink, in ...... ........ 018 .
"Your hand Task, SO hold I'm grown( ;" ----- LiMxe M. Mnrkii nt.................I''CO M.Anlvt j
And he uud the ol him is to show the prIze money to his Brown and Bleached Muslins, 'lulliilini'pip n/...... ....... 1-IS P, M j
groaned, groaned.. neighbors, and irprescnt that it Is the Quits IKiTHalt'mi liour 111 bi-glvIMI, Oil Ilio nnlvn.. 1
*. .> of n fortune invostinenl in n lottery ticket, LARGEST STOCK of the earn nl Madison for Jjlnner, going liom I.
'"'.\n,1 you ehnll have Jaconet and, coming thin \\' \
your private gig ;i" invest ; uy.
fri
thereby inducing his nds tn tisim ,
A HUB of between Qnlney, Bnlnlnlrlso ,
singes
And she giggled, and he ilgled. tar sum. This, of course, is the last the In the State of Georgia nnd.tlbrwytuitelttreu! 111uutteUlluuud'1'hulu-,

victim I ears or rees of his. ion dollars, and Cambric, and usvlllo. will coiiiicct, with the t"IIIt" ,.. 1
Sid she-", Iy dearest Luke I." E. IlOUSTOUN, c.
tilt-swindler pockets the money .. ..- Jan. ]0, ISOO-If liealtliiit.
looked.
And he looked and then she
"'1'he jew- 4
cry iijniiist( the mdling gift Swiss Muslins:

"I'll have thee if thou wilt elry enterprises is univult.nl, and\ the feeling DUCKS MEDICINES, Chemicals, 3W'ILLIIM 3i j
; of Varieties
Is general that they ou?ht lo be xupprtsscd 111 edlclIlI'. I'urtumiMioa.' Emporium
And wilted and then he wilted.
she '
nnd the managers served' as B rruaauD, Surgical: IiiatrumuiitH, Die Stuffs, Canton; FlaniicTickings
Fln'orlllEU1'1I010, &0", Vo
mock auctioneer recently was- ...
prominent Solo Agent for HplmlinM1 Extract of Ruch
PAST.AND PRESENT. lo wit, sent to the State prison. '1 he post nnd Snrmipnrlllu, Ayi-r'n I'rt'purauons, Jnjne', .
office detectives have I broken up several ol' 1'iepn.rntliinB, Una* St. Domlnpn I litters am P. SLUSSER.Copper
Honiliind'B German III ItersOlock'snntr ,
Do nil the work you h ive to do, these collect! but tho number, dots not np-" jmnuliMis Reetorcr't'hompon'a, mouth I'hnlnn's, Ilnl

And do it while you may ; |bear' to dimmish-in fict, the rascals whllII1l1l1n"c rreparntionaiuidToilU Articles,"'oil'.Strength Blankets, .rALLAHA i.I+I.A..
put nothing till tomorrow clT them! show more and moro audacity I'nlng'riiiHtcis nnd all other 1'utuut McUicinua boo r

You can perform to,clay, with eviry exposure. A swingIng, fire 10 .rndu. Cloths and Tin and

Tune |part nny never be recalled ) uholisomo! example should bo miidu ol' SHEET iflAiMFAtTCRER
It hath fur e\vr fled ALSO, ,
; some prominent one of these swindlers,
To-day H ilyii'g'-)'ester Jay mid then the little gift villains 'asslmcrcs.
perhaps,
The most extensive and complott,stock pf DEALP.H IS
Lies numbered with the drnd. '
wuuld cease to commit' their, ilcpieiliuions


Sloth says, 'To morrow I'll hcgin"; on We the unworj.publish "herewith, from The Baltimore PAINTS, English, French and Domestic

Weeks, months, and years roll round, Gazette, one of these swindling cir- Ladies' Dress Goods Goods .
But still beside! the ut.irtmg pilot culais Olio,,Vnrnlnlic", French Zinc, Colors, Artists ...
:
The idle \\t found ;
one tlon of the South and ut prices which ABSO & Ware
forward the task MONEY MAKING AIADE EASY. Plain F.incy Japanned ,
\Visdoin spfiiic-i :-" l to UTBLY DEFT OOSlrari rues. French Merinos
,
IJiavely, einliiacinjr now ; The following circular: has heon sent us

Success sloops down, with liuiel crown, by clergyman of liiltimoio county, to GLASS.Kvery STOVE HEADQUAHTEfiS.A .
And binds hit brow. English Merinos
ni.iuly whom it was addrcbsed. No doubt thou- ,

sands of these ciieulrirs have been disc! ib. variety of Olnns, French and German large and handsome variety of

TUB FIIHT'CODIMSD JURY 11 GEORGIA.A muted throughout: the counirv by the eulerpnsing : Plate, St,lined. Jut und Sky Light Qlasa, elnglo
novel proieedinj; was before Judge firm of Fltkhef! llru.s., who lire I und double thlcknuti. Alpacas, COOKING STOVES

Davis (Freedroen's Court,) yesterday iil- probiibly. reaping handsome- returns from ,

tcrnooiiyto-vul : the cimlideiiee game in which they arc 111gagtd Pure French Brandies French and English Poplins Combining
It wns an act'cm of debt. Rev. Peter There me very many cicduloustools .

John.on vs. Rev llich.ird 'Cnlt r. The who may be tempted; to combine with SHEET IKON, "
Poil de
plaintiff demanded Iwenr)'-SCI't'1J dollars the tmmaiulato Fletcher to get money out Wines and Whiskies, CKeevers, .

fur board. The defendant filed nn offset of of the lottery manageis! in New Ym, and AIR-TIGHT,

ninety dollars for; I.it'or. In their sworn to get up nn excitement in the lotieiy tick. For Mel1lo'"," purposes; nnd a largo supply of Plain and Fancy

Btatements they differed widely -so much et lIIal kl t. Tho 111\.1/10\ / that "a fool and Ins other Liquors fur general use. :BOX, AND

roiistn confuse the Judge, who gent>Ml,y money are soon puled" will be assuredly All Wool I .

is not at n loss to decide. They both be- verified the case of every one who sends Bruch, Foucher & Co.'s PARLOR COOKING STOVES, r' ,

'In2 pr'lll |hers nol, members ol the same Urn dollars to the signeis of this circular :

church, and entertaining: as he said he CH.A AGNES. Delnines All liinmipil in a tent and clntnlile, innn-

lid, nn exalted opinion of persons occupying OFFICE OF FLETCIIKR IJHOTIIF.RS, ner. 'J''hoy '''cnn l\II' slnpjiei; ] In nn\' | niti(1'f ,
their and he would I.ICCNSBD BY U. S. GOVERNMENT, I Solo Agents of the only trno Imported Brand
positions ; ICIII'int:: American Delaines ihp ('(ooiiniiv ) )petfm-em i snfth, 'MOVI;, 1
be to doubt one if not both uf New York Feb 19\ 1808. ) In the country, \17.l : CaiteU'Or, l.iio J'Or, and nntl
compelled; bllei 3 pronounced by nil cOlilools.eu'a eupeilor IMl'I'S: ) ELBO\\: conMni' .,tly en l lniil., )
them if he heard the case, he summoned DEAR SIR : As no are desiiona to send to any heretofore in use. Silks Outdoor wink-I'ln ltdi: flni) Gnltfi- t
three colored men of good standing! in the good prize in neighborhood Fancy ing down Pipe, Oiniiiiifiilnl' Hi "-,,' tl
'hnl'ch-Jaeob Uos Frank Rtull and Toby you a jour Speclnl! Agent! for the American Vintage Compnuy .
( lleiuK/ Sheet Zinc, SI set L. nd.G "
with ilus resolution we have been looking .
and stuck ot their celebrated Cilliornlu
n huge
Laniar-:" who, after hearing the ca,o, gavetheir ;: In : 'Shnp work ot i"tioli r
nround for un opemna in which, by piesui-. brands constant!} on hnud. great variety"VV'iz.'tc e\eiy lr CI .
opinion that the defendant' was indebted done nn shot notice ;,
ting some discreet nail i eligible person with
,l to the plaintiff in the turn of six Manufacture
BrmiKementiivllh
a prize' for n lew hundred mlii hits, it would special : ::." 1cr1 '
dollars nnd ImportolB of the North, and In Europe; vnrrintniuln
have the desired effect; to increase thu mini' not only !fnornllh''lnthe absolute No'tions.: :
We attach to this item ns
importance ber of( our cuctomcis, we iicudt'iit.illy met Tartly and Genuineness, of my vntlie Htouk, but AT ALL PRICES.[
being the fist verdict' tendered by a colored with address at.d I the idea oeeurt'ed! also euoebte mo to sell nny of the above menlionrd "WOODEN: A11.E,
,
\ jury in the Slate of Geoigia'-Augusta your Hues of!floods nt Ills colt pl'leea-ln some \VILLOIVVARE,
to us at onen that you were just the person I lues even Ices tliuii trannporatinn.! '
Transcript, !23d.! We tlieiclure TOYS\,
to aid us in our entetpiise. ,
.
make a [iroposiuon! which must utiike you An cxiimlnatlon of mj prices will sustain these Cloths and l Il1USnfAS PRESENTS
AN IupoiT\NT: D cls'oll-TI1.I: e :Mason ns being no lets novel than it is liberal ; statonuMits !In every puitlcuKir., 'assimeJ'sIN Of PVPIV description nn bin dd. (nil at'dt'Nnrnine

in tho Supreme Court of New York, und that ymi nay not suppose that lime it befoie ptiithnsin rlbewheio.

has given nn Important decision.' A |guest any deception in it, n'a inform you that the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. GREAT VARIETY- Nu iv. 7. lbljj-' ( (emHodgkiss
at the LiifargcUloiiiiu was ,robbed of I a
pi'uo niDiiey docs not come out of our\ pock '
watch, his nn ten hundred dollms in and ,
money ; not lose by tending a few! hundrddollars ,

O'i seeing the proprietor stt! Uf.in ,defense in |prize money, but hall! grin by it S. E.Cor. Ilanmrd &: Itroiiffbtoii.Sts, BOOTS AND COMMISSION: : MERCHANTS
,
that the rule,of the house- the statute in the increasi'd nmount' of business we SHOES, ,

of the Sute-required\ \.iludhles to bedeposited shall expect! Irma your iui'huoihnod: when SAVANNAH, GCO. NO. 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK.
i in ihe eic: of the, tilTitft The show mite "arurnhaclis: and 1 make\ it HARDWARE
you Thoa. II. IIodgklM, )Into oflliimbflloii liotliurn,
Judge, however, charged;:; that this did not /ciiciii! h known that they arc the iiroccedsol ] feb 0, ISGGtfSaddle ___ Mlltniniu..

apply to a watch, or tilth jewelry us a ;: a pnze drawn at our oflice.! \Va make O., \V. Scott, of firm of G. \T Scott & Co, 1'nllu-
person usually cnn'ud about his ptrsun. I thib offer to you in strict conlidence-the Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT CROCKERY, llltHht>,
l>, II. 1'nole. of firm of Too'o t Babbitt, Bnlnbildup
,
nor to such amounts, of money as were -
,,)''iouisal| is plain We are to send B et.t't On.
usually (carried iii the pockets of travelers ; tiodte for H chance to draw a piuoofo I Ijn Tin. "\yare, &c.3 &c. W. U. Verb| of firm of O. \\'. Scott i Co, Till- .-' .
supply ordinary noct'Ssitics. The jury lahu.abe, Flu. '
show
few ImUrid red thulium i's, You are to the
brought in n teidmt giving: I the plainti!) live money. 1'he result will bo that hun.lreds T 1aas' vt received n large ui.ortlunnt ,
ut Uoodd coiifiltttli of
,
bundled .and twenty five dollars of dollars will go to us fur ticketsou; tummy 1* g Special' attention given! to (lie salt of nil kinds of
,
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be the gainer "I 'hew hundred dollars ; we Gentlemen's nnd Lnd'ea' Saddles, SOUTHERN
G-a.OOERJES PRODUCE
A IlAnn SET'!-Anight or two since e'ia.1! : he gainers by our sales, and the parties ; Pino Doable amid Sluu'lo UurjL'BS, ,
we passed a group of neurons busily engaged who send fur tickets may be gainers by Bridle" Collars and Whips, anti to the purchase and nhlpratnt of '

in the ilist-u-,>iUlof\ the! Cliimluumn drawing pize" Every one that sends will, Shoo"Saddle; Flll Cloths ln!'. of every description FLOUR" I Household and I'lniitation Goods 1
emuette, and expressing! their indignation of course, expect to draw a prize, not know- I.onltll'l't of all Unda, 'I i .P.-i'" I
in no very choice terms u!_ainst the soldiers ing the offer we made privately to you' 'l'rll\"lIlnl Satnhela and Trunk I'S. UGAR, Wares, Implcincnls! ,
Saddic nnHornoss Hardware
and I the the litter in for a ,, ,
police, coming witch is us follows : Send us $10 to uriimo Trlmmlncs.WIIKUII i : \
double share of I the abuse. One of the pay the managers, and we will send you and Buu'uy Bugs, MACHINERY: &0.

grouj wa attired in a rusty Federal I uniform securely) sealed i it certificate of package Buggy Shafts, bpokus nnd Itlma, TOBACCO, &c., &c. -.....
,, the others in citizens' garb; timid from iueemhs tickets in the enclosed I scheme I Buggy Axles amid Springs, REFERENCES '

the illicit lips of one of the latter. .bl'oke-, and t'i set lit rest any doubt you may haveof Powder'Shot and Percussion: ;
"Well, we kin fight up" o ir sincerity we hereby bind ourselves CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES Mi>'liu, Currier & Co., Sew York.
Caps. .1. I. Jlm.ie, GMIHii, On.
IJ' cnn'tI'll .
uo jacket (Iuqult"r-No, we to send yon a second ceitificaie, tit one ol of every dci'erlptlnn, Br,)Suit OriN.m, Monigomcry, Ala
tell you dese d-d rebels is the wobsestfitin our brilliant extra lotteries for nothing: ; if \ acne ulng.Work A. 1) ltd| Macon Ga.1C. .
men in de will Ue dun bin in d>> the lir-t we send does 'not diaw you. clear mndu to older and r,pj.lriDf ion with Band, Mno"ii, Oil
and tried I is and I don't waut dlp itchAitent .lute: \\'hitneldlIvmnpolls, Aln.Win. .
nrmy em ; of all) fifteen hundred. And murk
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expense, for TVhe'ler & 'XTilioii's and how,'. Wines (gully, President Eluto Bunk' of Florida,.
nuffin lo do wid em. this fact, to send you $1,5110 out of the SEWING & Liquors Tam In h n.M>n.T'.w .
And the two passed on.-Richmond mOI1I1/I'/ .' pocket: will cost us nothing. We rU"CIIINES.J.. ETalUilinasoo PuRDY. E. irnmbolton, Tice. Ud. Fire Inn, Company -

Enquirer. mention this merely to show you that it isto Oct. 20.-If Oct., Diltlmorc.24-1 '.:

our inlet est to send you a prize. \\'e NOTICE.ALEXANDER The largest Stock in the State

Louis Napoleon, after dinner one day, endive an envelop with our address | sendis GALLIE NOTICE.

proposed the health of the new Presidentof $10, and stale in your Idler whether we terser. Attachment CONSISTING OF i
tho Imperial Commisjion for the great shall bend, you draft on your nearest banker VAT..ENTINIS MJOnNSON, THIRTY PAYS; after tho Dial" publlcntlon of
exhibition,! of 1867 and asked the Prince << or shall we tend you the amount in"greenbacks" Amount sworn to, $18 8ii. ', I will: apple In ll.e IlonouihleG. ;
rMIi; di'foniliint and all others .Interested WHISKY BRANDY GI J CHAMPAGNE M T Briii. in, Judge! nf Pinbalexf' blidh'un'!
are ,
Imperial to reply. The child said he had by mail which last pet'hups 1 hereby nnlliled of the commcnceniont of the ; eoun')', Jo'llIrldll, fur mi order to cell the I OIu'.lllIlf1IIIt.t
been taken bysurprise, and had not beenprepared 'will| suit you better. Please send your order above suit tumid to appear before mo In the city of PORT"SrrnRRY AND of iheeoinie if ,>ilni\V. FliillfiniHii, de-
for bis father's toast The Em- by return mail, as we shall have to order VnlluhnsHW, Leon rnnrty, Florida, on the sooonrt CLARET WINES, COCK eennl'lllu the fulluwlnr'1'own Limo In lliftnv ofMlld.nu
BinlH' and aforr ollld, \\t\ : Lota
Monday In June 1808, and plead to tho county
eror aid he must at least return thanks your certificate from tho'munagerM..- Judwmolll will bo given by default. same, or TAIL AND STOMACHBITTERS 73, 74, 77. 78, In fwtlnn; 11;i Liit, 66, 8fl, In t Hcctlon
"Well," said the Prince, "all that I have i Yours sincerely. U. H. FISHER, 12; Ut 123, 124, 1:528, 129 In Mellon 19'; and
Ac.,4dTThe ?. 3 fuel In width on the north aide of Lot 128 In
got: In ny U that I regre\ being too FUETCIIKR BROS. Justice of the 1'eaoe.
young
to bo of any service to French Industry The offiulal drawing will ba furwuidtd _February: 1866. feb17-ow3m merchants of Floiida are respectfully election! 19. A. T. 110I.LEYMAN.

I. to all who order from us. NOTICE. requested to ezagtineoursnck Adm'r Estate of J. W. Holle)'man, peo'd.,

A late arrival from the West Indies reports tX MONTIIS after before deciding to purchase in; New fork Mach 6, 1500. 111 w-4 w
CO the first publication oft
the olmlera as we will duplicate all bills at New York -
disappearing from Gauds- this notice, I will present my Account and
loupe, and it hns not broken out in any of Miss Buchanan, once rallying n brave Vouchers, ns Al1mtulllrnlor of the e.lntA of prices, thereby saving: them time and NQT=GII:. \

the adjacent Islands, soldier on his courage:; said, ''now Cupuin Flurldn noddenV.. decon..d. l'nrl'llmoro, tn ,the into IInllol'llble'of Madison Ooullly f i eight.t3TPoiitively. SIX WKKK- 5fierijnt ln,,, lindnrslKnod will

_, do you mean to tell me, you can walkup Probate vf Madison county Floi'Ida and Judge apply o no goottt said at retail, to the jndue of I'robnU' of I eon county -
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly fans a (to a cannons mouth without fear ]'" I for legal dlacharge from further administration ', (or li'tlur-df inlnilnlslrnt'on.rfe tunit nan, on
Kaiale James Lookcinmu, lute of aid
the of ,
/1111 pugs r!" rtroit of Go.. .. ft,.E.Lfe .en its "Ye*," wa the very prompt reply, "or a3uohanan' I upon, said eatate.S ALEXANDER ircKilililn & Allen 'oouatY.decl- .II.
first page,hit weet: : eil ,er.'' Ard he di.l l it.: March 8, IBM. > 8MITIt. Dec. U'' "' '' ( ,y, A.: KDIfOHOBOJT.Tollah r
9 n 111"6111 5,18&}- '
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