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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: April 5, 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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VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 5 18G6.() ., _' ".: NO. 69. }


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MACRY\ BEATTIE & CO. Windup of Cotton { .. New York Press on the AnLiNdtoN' HtidiiTs.-The vindictive, ;

::1 mti.itrJttu r'irtz YCX nt lie South. Veto. spirit which actuates the majority in Congress ,
SBirrmo ADD OINSRAL has brought up the question as to the
Immediately after the return of YORK, March 523.-The Herald title \-)' the homestead of Jen. Robert B. 'IJ

(ESTABLISHED IN 1838.) Commission Merchants tant Secretary Chandler from the his (the I'reMdent'e) obligations on Lee 1 The Secretary of War h.. )given an V

fl PUBLISHED, tilutiollal gronndx exhibit (this bill '(Civ answer on the subject, nnd sets forth that I
it was deoided the President and
J. AND rAOTORI 111 by ', bill) as involving the mont flagrant the property of the illustrious chieftain! of y

Tuesday, Thursday Saturday: FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS, COtToMi AND tary of the Treasury to close up ,' overriding the reserved rights of the Army of Northern Virginia vests In the

r ----I lection of totlon In the Southern i States in their Legislatures; ant] 'judi Government of the tTntled State by reason ,
GENERALLY.
TCIZ JIS--Cash In Advance. PRODUCE and thereupon the following: letter tribunals ever attempted[ in 'ongrrs of its puieliitseat n talk> sale. Tax titles j
" 203 and SOO DAY SXRTCET. I had not supposed this bill in a new are, tit best, subjects of more or less doubtful '
Per Annum-three times \\'cek.B 00 sued the pll
n by Secretary lo cotton and of of that ] but that in the of the
'. -"o. I du twice ft week................ 4 00 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. a sort refforluctinn legality j case
TREASURY Feb.
Dr.rAimiBMT 23 (! slave 1111but, under the search of will )
,I Do. do once n week.................. 200 hand large assortment of fugitive property Arlington Heights, we .
OONSTANTLY on SIR : After the receipt of this ) analysis of Andrew Johnson, it appears think, be found more than unusually doubtful. -

X KSThose rules put -'Sentinel" within the Brandies, Gins bourbon, &0.and Wheat Wbl.klel.WineR I will neither make, nor cause, nor (. times worse than the rejected I. If the tax for which the property was I

'4 reach of every man In the State. Kf Cash! Advances made on cOII.lgnmellt.otProduce any secures or detentions of ", bureau experiment nothing sold wore levied by the pseudo Legislature ;

to M Acrr: nil UTIli & Co., Philadelphia.I other property as captured or then a bill of unconstitutional abomina which sat nt Alexandria then of a verity,
March 27.1868. *
lUTES OF ADVERTISING unless hy special" written direction i from b<-ginning to end. The objec Is the purchase more than questionable. If s j

case torn the general I agent or submitted against the first section of the sale was gone through in order to satisfy -
TO. BE PAID ran It: ADVANCE : the Department. In any case! which bill hOwcvor, are those which mark a tax levied by the United Stales, I Ihl'n. ;t

One (12 Nonp..rollllnr.,) or less, for the barrier between him and carried in '
square come 10 your knowledge: of impiisvnble the having been out violation of the
first Insertion.......................... $1 00 ANOTHER CARGO longing; to the late so-called Radicals of Congret-s. The veto is'' principle of equality of taxation in all part

Each enhaegnontln.cctiun ............... 76 Government where the properly is nn emphatic declaration of ''war I of the Union, the title of the Federal GOTenmlcnt '

Estate. and Legal Rotlous to be charged amount and so situated, with the\ Radicals and their iceonsit'no is hull, and void. In either case, I

the Bi.no'. M transient advortliwnents, proofs as iu your judgment to from font 10 branch. Henceforward I or III tiny eventthe so-called 'lax" title to I

except Notice of Dlsmlnslon as Administrator ARRIVED 1 portant for the Government that it can he no party endowment of the the property of the Lees will be, in good

fur which tho charge shall bo.. 13 00 be secured, ydu will et once report[ ol Congress! coupled With professions time, sifted very thoroughly in the courtsJ.and.
Obituary Notices, Tributes of Respect and Mar. facts (Including the evidence] and a to the policy of the Adminis wo have very little doubt that

'I rlugos charged as advertisements.A ment as to tile locality of the title will be quashed with the approval of

4 the direction in which it Is moving) Tribune says : Jet us thank 'Mr the[ pnblib opinion of a time less character-
-- general agent or to tbd .- nn that his veto is so sweeping. He ized than the present by n spirit of paltry

.o ,cp hJ1xnX n !1 await instructions on the subject. htlntve done ]it more cunningly, but he vindictivcnesa.JV, Y New. I
Immediately upon the receipt chosen to let us Know that' it is not

you will make a special, report to pit ttic ulur [bill that has invoked his ;op) NoRTimtN CoURTgsv.-A correspondent ;,1

J. PEELER McKIBBIN & ALLEN, portment of all\ lots of cotton or other but that any meanute whereby of the Atlanta Commercial Bulletin, writing
erty now under seizure or detention /rees shall attempt to protect Southern from New Yoik, mentions a visit he paid to

,] against white abuse and oppression Henry Waid Beecher's church. He says :
ATTORNEY AT LAW your agency by your authority or
or that of any fl'-sistnntj or sub a encounter his determined, cJeIlIy'op' By eleven o'clock Ihe whole building was ,

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.! TALLAHASSEE, FLA. contractor together with nil the iti"n. filled and crowded to its utmost capacity. I
referring to the veto The There was not even a place unoccupiedwhere
Offlcie up Stairs over the State Dank in relation therein, retaining su.Ii message, '
KF-OlIloo hours from 9 a. in. to 1 p. in., and in thrn locality and] condition \, s.is : But we venture to think that a mad rould stand. Every country I
from 2 to 5 p. in. the same from loss or damage, but Stale papers have ever been given I lo and community has its 'own rules of society
loiobi-rS* -6m nAVE JWT RECEIVED and laws of and codes of courtu .
bating any cotton, nor placing it in world that will so thoroughly/ compel etiquette. )
I nor incurring nny unreasonable (' attention thinking men, of whatever So I wns impressed by this fact while the

EDWIN A. HART, its account. And no shipment, or kindred, or party. The analysis crowd was gathering. In our Southern
division of the same will be made ditaiNi howevtlis i of so keen luid country it is n disgrace, it is a reproach to

ATTORNEY AT LAW VIA ST. MARKS: cane, except by direction tf the a cliniacter and the logic is so manhood for a gentleman to sit still when

agent of the department. that we should hope even the he sees ladies standing I hut here I found it I

MADISCN, FLA. You will also,.immediately, )nge t advocates of the measure will see otherwise. Men sat composedly whole
contracts, of whatever nature, for Vastly impoftnnt it is that tho consti hour with Indies standing at their backs ; \
WILL practice In the Courts of the Middle A LARGE ISfVOICK: : Of ing captured or abandoned power of the veto should exi-t. and they did not seem to care a particle whether -
Circuit. properly
February 15, 1S3U. 41.'C outstanding within your agency, important nlso in a higher sense, it is nny one else was served co, Ihey were
authority or the authority of any a constitutional power should be ''in- com lot tuLle. 1 had been foitunnte in gaining I t

lo President endowed with a seat, and when the crowd came pressing -
W. H 'WHITNER or sub.!i!!<'nt : and also, terminate n judg
HARDWAREDRY all further operations under discretion and most uncommon cour in, my conscience would hot let me sit '

l ATTORNEY AT LAW tracts ; nnd you will, also any, quietly while ladies were standing.l Ail ,
furnish to the department n full World nays : The veto is a conclu tendered it she whimpered "that's a Southerner J

MADISON, FLORIDA of all such contract, and of the demoni-tration ol what wits apparent I know." Although I lost a comfortable '. 1
that the conflict between the Presi seat, yet I was proud of the character
under the ,
of
PRACTICE IN TUB COtJHTS OF operat'onR' same.:
f WILL Miilcllo Circuit. GOODS You will, us soon as and Congress admits: of neither com- I had won by the act. 1

xoo, 23, 1Sii5fJULIAN the scrviie of all assistant arid sub nor reconciliation and that the .
"STOLEN AWAY. -A gentleman just returned
-. within can be decided only by an ap-
-,-- -- ----------- your agency lint absolutely
) from the\ North informs us, thut on a
ihe immediate to their common superiors, the sov
BETTON In rliimij np of bell( in Jersey City he read the following .
neat I and no compensation will be people.
? Inscription : "This bell was taken from ,
DSOLSIIN any npeul! or employee in your .. '
the plantation of Jefferson Davis. One
III > Boots Shoes and Leather LIQUORS, longer than, Ion days after tho P.IGIIT METAL.-The National In- who did not believe that the end justified ; i.

this letter, unless, upon special of the 2Ut contains a very spi the means, added as follows :, ,

TALLAHASSEE, FLA.First the Department statins: I the reasons'j''I'h.letter from E. B. Johnson, a clerk, in ''Do tell.. r 1,1

J for, their Outlier continuance in of the departments at Wntihington to Suppose you let it ring a spell }
Door North of State Bank. t4l o. s>b o. ttf o. nil!o. be authorized.You .
11. Rollins, of ihe House The Clapper nod tongue will seem to say--
March 6, 1866. 3m will make your was written in reply to a modest hint All over the land, by night and by day ,. l
nail)' close the business of your the ":few Hampshire Union Club" Stuleu away, stolon away, stolen away i'"

I IFLOTJGKHISA.3STZ3: March 1, 1866. W.. soon as possible setllui!; or he was expected to forward, a sjitn
I accounts of your subordinates, and to one and a half per cf'ntuf; his ami- A benevolent] lady went to visit a family t
, ly forwnrding.your ,own account who said be almost : She
PLOUGTIIRON.N03 ')', to defray the expenses of the New were to starving (
-_, Direct Trade, with Europe I tenement. election. Young Johnson's re found them half starved, cold, and notI

t 10, II, 60 and 00 FlniiKhn; The receipt of this letter will be is caustic, and to the point. morsel of food in the haute.' 'What do you

, .... : and 8 Inch Cast Half Uho\elIdo,'' SOUTHERN ledged by telegraph. it he says t lIIost'Tlcl'l11 What would you like to
i I
,,8 Inch wide Iron. Respectfully, ?'' she asked ofthe'mothci of tho
for sale. lit i 1 am atriiinsi all mcnsuies which lead! have fam i
.. D. B. UEOINMS3 Ic GO'S. 11. dl, troy the purity of the ballot box ; and ily. The woman thought for a moment,
., February 27,1600. ttBLACKSMITHINC EXPORT AND IMPORT ICOMPANY. Secretary. of the I regard! as onu. I have never given* n her face brightened and she, answered : j
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for the pu'pose, of bribing voters 'to "Why. I always did wan a waterfall; they ,
"Tlie Irrepressible> contrary to their judgments 5 and I are so becoming" '

: Says the !Macon (Ga.) Journal and bliHll. Any man who sells his vote t4
CO : As four or five darkies were passing an \
H. B. FITTS & to be d'srrllndli.ed.' .
:
addition to their Agents already there, the senger
IN Export and Import Company will tho letter, President John- agricultural[ implement store on Broad
of receiving
the
ARE now prepared to execute: every deecrlp. send to Europe Mr. J. T. BEUNAKU, who will We see some Northern wrote 10 the Paymaster as follows s street yesterday, one of them, pointing toa
of
go with special reference to tbt ,seetlaik according to Cheever, have ann') independence exhibited by i lIe wri cultivator, said "A manldnjist set on "I'
.BLACKSMITHING 3 their congregations that a more ''
that thing and ride while he's aplowih !
Goods, Wares, &o. tional conflict, with the South than in resisting the attempt to levy a lax up
In the best manner and as low as "Golly," replied another, 'the d -n rascals .
the cost of material, &0., will ail mil 01. iuuy At tt Is contemplated to freight a vessel for Bt. impending, and they must arm for lint as an officeholder under the Fede' to tiuk o'dat'fore the (\
have secured,the services of some of the Marks, a rare opportunity Is presented to Merchants Cannot these amiable gentlemen Government and his just ,estimate; 'of was too sharp" nigger "
and Planters of obtaining goods at lees entitle him to was free .! -Nashville Banner,,
BEST SMITHS IN'THE STATE. than New York wholesale price., Jit tile Com hend that it takes at ,least two principles, therefore ,Respect kIFI:\
Thosj'who may furor, us with their patronage pany are able to, make their purchases direct m.ke n fight, and the South has spprohation. I, as an evi, DECIDEDLY CUTTING.-Governor Waller "
will he guaranteed entire satisfaction from the Factories, they are enabled to deliver hunendi red, leaving the lest of of my' appreciation of'the' 'qualities of California, was wrecked ''on the ))1
(KT'dho* nearly opposite the Tost Office. goods at reduced rates. Inasmuch however us her muck in the letter, recommend him ij\
Ftftf. 3,188flifBILL orders of this kind should be filed two months try to maul as ns they General Golden Rule,, and) on arriving( at ,San I
ahead Merchants desiring to lay In a cheap stockof she iM i down ? Take your ,ati.faol' the' Paymaster for early promo- Francisco he remarked( to a' ,friend :-
Fall Goods, should send la their orders as hearted souls for the "
kind South "Lost everything sir; everything but
ye ,
my
'O ROrrL.A..RS I Strict attention will be of Bill,
+ : soon to the aa smallest pructlcublei orders.AGRICULTURAL. given : fenceless.: She will fight'no more. -In the classic language reputation.. 'Governor," replied his .

\ I, ,,, For thirty seven yours she -the Johnson" Ire a "high!: roostln friend, "you,travel with less baggage than

IVCARDS I MACHINERY, with arguments remonstrances, end euro. -Augusta Chronicle; any one I ever saw," .

ty; you would not ,hear them. to
By the tariff of 1866 Agricultural Machinery '
: HEADS I LETTER HEADS Is admitted fret of duly. Stationary and Portable to cudgels, and you were too many SCBKB is A CHURCH.-An "Do you propose to put Ike Into a store .f 1
Engines used fur Agricultural purposes come Then the gives up and proposes Mrs.Partngton[ 1" asked a friend.
under this class, and may be obtained 33 and 40 clergyman, spesUing of the solemnity "
&0. &0. &0. per cent cheaper than those made 1 orth. shall do exactly as you'plense' to the ministerial, office,, laid tint "Yes replied, ,the old lady, "but I'm '1
your pleasure ,be known Hut pestiferous to know which. Some tell me '
0.- Laborers and House Servants. putt You must have more tight{ the whole therein term of fats' years, that, the wholesome trade is the best, but I believe J
his had ;
.. attention conflict. then had officiated gravity the rmgiail will be 'tho most benefitcioua '
Special will be given to the procurement Why frankly we ) been but once'disturbed' in the pul 1
Having received a splendid assortment of of Servants and Laborers, only such being : you cannot eel it nut of Us. You to him." ,
selected as furnish testimonials of loUd character.As There's Mexico Ou, that occasion he noticed a'man
Mr. Bernard will leave early In MayIt Is I, somebodyelse. in front of hill leaning over the I \
}, "What ugly, carroty-headed' brat ii that
.The Finest Inks and Paper) desirable that all orders should be left with him France-there's, Kiigland) -fiaht of the with sonieihi'ng in his .V .
before that time. they, '\' reppond. tiM; each otb ; gallery, mart n mo rVa you know his Dame 1" :
For further particulars for elrnnla.1 containing which he afterwards discovered to he "Why that it eon T"
"'* i'hl.Office Is prepared to IIX'OOUlo we are too poor and too feeble to yes my youngest
I cost of European articles, apply to entertainment in this 'chew of tobacco, just taken 'from ,"You..dln' sny 10-.indeed t 1.why what
B. F, FLOYD, President, any more way.
: mouth. below ant a man fast sweet? little dove- cherub he is
EVERY KIND OF PRINTING J.oklOllvl1lejo'la. must look somewhere else. Directly deary ll. eyed"' ,
and wide
with ( back mouth "
3. T.. BEBNAIIU, Agent, ... I IShaurrel to be sure. .
.
Tallahassee, Flo. : The man in tha galleIYVaS intent V

y.. KNOWN TO 1'l1t 4BT'j ; March 29, 18 l. DW bold's Extract constitutions Bucbu.-.rRnleigh restored St b I engaged In raising and, lowering his TUB! 2Cth of April it proposed as the an-

', i ,.klng an 'exact' observation, till 'at niver.nryolwhich all\ ,Southern! women
-t it. .. Mules Stolen.K Better give the\ Constitution! of' \ JlnvlO_ got it right; he let fall bill qui), should decorate the graves( of(, our deceased

the night of this ?'luitant 1 "two Sorrel ted States a few doses. J ft went plump tutu the mouth of the soldiers.;' It I y meeting the cordial appro-
A SPLENDID.LOT, OFI '- 0 .Afar Mules were stolen from the subserl.br < :> "I ::, below I The whole scene, was so bation of our peopl., a' '...

> at yulncy. One has a round brand on the The carpenters Brooklyn talk ludicrous that for the first snd .. I 1.
fore .hou der.- The niu'.es have been tracked & fl"! I j 'i "< '
left '
'JJiVEL9PES.O'ALL'I: SIZES I tI to T.ll.hass... A suitable rswsrd will be paid claiming &6,50. day and their, time" in I the. pulpit Involuntary/ ""There 1 II'great' demand aayi a Yankee .
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r: for any Information that will lead to their r.covs.ry. thres ten to suspend buildng. ( > .)\ forced itself upon the countenanced f peddler;' "for;'a ipcofes or plaster, which
'J"r"I r, '14"tpo (1 JAJWK. BR TCE.' do. preacher. will enable men te stick to theit business."
they

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late enemies declare you more loyal than Out of die Union Yctt 1 (.'(' ; RA'i2 H.

, \ .,.ijhP( 'cizxxucl.BY themselves, to the Govei nmeiit, you sought Yes I And wetruMt,foi'eeerl; rattier tlia"' Florida! )oUII :

to over-tbrow'l 1 blight,, glorious _star I be le-adtnitted the teams of the the Island ,City -
upon ,
. SHOBER &. ,OLIVER.. Thongti fallen, thou art grand arid 'brilliant "Civil Rights Bin-the, late de1a ictFrend. .mat i"lIi1 M.--Cotton

;, l -L.----i-- in 'the dust I i man's Bureau Uill-the Universal Suffrage watch the i. develo i mst steamer

1 Cheapest: : %Kcwspapcr: in the State Thou tart still, our "chief joy"-onr Jeruaalem'art Bill"=6f. any other such ;nqgro. Queen. Though'; falling.

_. '_ ",.. ........ -.'.___....., I thou' 'still. Thou art yet, a phobia conditions as are these. weak, amt small, '
trr I..C -,- ---- -
'-- ; favored land.: No land beneath the,
other .
and .
'. I r.Triweokly- ...-......_. ta.i ......*i$| dE4emiWeekly When the poor' helpless l ,.igOorantnegr trawl soon .

"......_._..: ..:....... .I- sun abounds with ouch ,resources ns ate shall have been prepared, morally and intellectually she l needed a sales to-day

Weekly.-.............. 2 Ilel e. Come, gather with usln, good faith, electoral I ling the long and 86 td 37 cts
for, the grand rightof
around the calumet of Ieace-bury with of her father Receipts for
ment
1,, citizenship: legislation attests that we for the
,
he TAr TJAHA E1IfI : us the hatchet of sectional pique and walls.
_w >_V.TUIUSDAV _. will grant it to him. We are his beet : the week,
ft' .' pi'cjudice-grant HI the te"l1l1/Ioll/ promised friends and alt doing all in our,power' for .No town;; pe bales.

.
: MARCH when tee tacked our artnl-and this goodly has been occupied
; 5 1866.
he is the this former
,. .. his good. That equal .
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land, again, "shall blossom as the and not totally
S master now, or qualified to vote, )intelligently \- The market
rose
To the Public. we deny. And, rather than seek 'from' the war of 1,300
Abandon, brothers, emigration Her'
!Having disposed of a half interest in th"Sentinel" your shelter under a constitution that imposes advantages. j for the
schemes-cast your lot, for life, with us, let to the rich Some period
J. BEKRIEN OLIVER such monstrous injustice, let us, forever ; ,
to Capt. in this "Canaan laud Slock
I' flowing with milk, taken up and
Wt have the pleasure of presenting !him to "bear the Ills we have ,: 87 to
,
and
and oil 'Vine and shall
ue l
soon rebuild until I after long .
r tilt* lead'erH of the Sentinel, and the pub Now, to ,revive the unfortunate issues of '
a temple grander and more endu. now possessed
Uc:, geneially. W. A. SHOBER ring than the old I the unfortunate [:asl-to reproduce the! bairassments-its .

quarrel that ended in stiifo-to array before -
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leased from discontinued.
:SALUTATORY, our readers statements calculated to day

We are before you, reader, with our Florida. Irritate-this I is not the mission of 'thehour. her' citizens, JERSEY.
We have often heard it said that he trow* return, 'after
We have bmled forever burled-
most respectful, humble bow. In our Houses of
who once links of the waters of Florida sence to find their
,
left hand, we bilng the natural distrustof animosity, prejudice, revenge ; .Mid God to Mon

humble ability-the diffidence of Inex- goes away, never to be satisfied until he forbid that we should ever wish them, for vagrant freedmen, on the

returns and drinks again. Though this pancy by little ,
peilence. But, in our right, we carry an one hour, exhumed. To do so would be in this city
be figurative, it represents a fact Indis. tilled. What a
honest desire to be useful-a high resolveto querulous, unmanly and ignoble. for vo-
putable. Florida duet charmfor will have been
do good-and an ambitious purposeto possess a These we believe to be the honest feel to elect
all who have floated on its limpid waters Its rightful owners everywhere
succeed.A ings of the almost unanimous South, and
or roamed its floral forests o'er. gaily purchased meeting at
"Sentinel," indeed-vigilant, faithful, I of a respectable majority North. Our ?- I
The traveled roads people oti
indefatigable, ought he to be, whose postis generally traversethe ble President is the chief exponent ref! (
of the State- These sales will be
regions
very poorest
these noble sentiments. As old Matamoras
one of such great responsibility. With grand
." facilities for travel and transportation, Already much of
sleepless enrigy-untiling industry, anda Gibraltar, impassable, unmoved, meets Butler
have been heretofore so limited that few and sold 'under
,
will indomitable, we come to guard this the fury of the seething sea, so does this shipped from
have been able to arrive at a fair appre- to, its only rightful
watch-tower on the sentry walls grand old statesman bare his breast to to "a staunch
.. ciation of the merits of our little Florida. believe ) L
we soon
Short of makir.g the "Sentinel" one of the rage of madened fanaticism. He has ship load of +
kiltie I It is an empire, in area considerably lected, -r"
the very best news-papers in the land- not yet receded an inch from a positiononce :
larger than our dear old native "Em
Femandina the
: one of high moral tone, of complete reliability taken. He will not The strengthof ship load of
pire State" of Georgia I or the great Em- less Island City
unshackled and independent in his Cabinet is with him-a majority of sent out
pire State" of the North I overtake' her vari
more ,
sentiment, original in thought, lich and the Northern press sustain him. We mutttnttain
That there disadvantages admit States army
are we in their onward
racy in I its poetic, anecdotal and local se him too. Right nobly, thus far, into Texas
Numerous be named.
objections may A class of
I lections-short of reaching: this gl and have we obeyed every command, met house."
The deep, arid sand of its large -
proportion the State-is
goal, we shall never be satisfied to halt. every requirement of the Government. ; that Senator
of poor, and sterile lands-the millions means men of n his fingers
We have faith and ,
Uninfluenced by "fear favor or affec- kept our plighted ,
"
of Immortal stinging insects that of dollars.
ble will
tion we shall sit in impartial judgment now, no new conditions will be requiredof are taking
,
swarm and guard its sea beat shores-the Indolence and .
and shall render us If they are, can we-will we-
upon passing events, a : '
horrid alligator ever basking in its thousand of Penn-
and ought we-yield 1 No I forever no I 11 1 We ing before "thrift
verdict
according to "justice equity
lakes-the chill and fever of its Inte- ai'ord submit'to "Liberty" that has W. Grand .
can to wait-we can ,
truth. Other pledges than these, we
rior, fertile lands-these mar the beauty and treasury
Freedmen's Bureaus--we can live forever, Ing" cajoling .
cannot give-a higher platform we can ,
of the be
perfect picture that might into ideas of the Grand
of
under such a military rule as Gen. FOSTER gro a
not to
hope occupy. diawn. But, remember, Heaven Itself, addition to
To develop the boundless resources" of -rather than return to a Union rendered manifesting
..
md its unworthy occupants-among the the "higher law" been dona

our Eden-Floiida evoke the latentpi beautiful bowels of Eden's garden, crept Infamous by craven submission to that "Liberty" will Pennsylvania

osperity of our Sunny South, and, upon the disgusting serpent ; and, in this undeveloped crazy fanaticism. around In Co-

the angry clouds of national discord and Eden-land to Though overpowered, disarmed, and ing" ; \
disadvantages are .k'.e.
dications that
,';":, iti ife, to fling the rainbow of restored be met, obstacles overcome. But fewer, helpless, we are still a brave people, a are -
of base"
,: and happiness-shall the noble people, a proud people ; who prefer a "change Amer.
peace occupy we honestly believe, than in any land be ings" and all thus ,(
maiden efforts of our new-trimmed quill. annihilation to dt'gl'edation-d'ilth to dis in London.
neath the
stars.
1 J. BERRIEN OLIVER. honor-and no Government, to a deceit All the people of superb New-

Sixteen years ago, we commenced our ful, negro-loving Oligarchy. thee Fernandina, wonderful in.
St. annual For three the saloons
I pilgrimages heie. years
at home
again to
In the inaugural language! of that truly
Where shall we Emigrate now-ever ''on the wing"-we have traversed : ; railway carri
great and good man, who is, by the ProvIdence road, ,loon to be ; his place by
'By the rivers'of Babylon, there we sat : almost every county and neighbor- .
of God, the unanimous choice of we hope to see, ; he sleeps ben
down ; yea, we wept when we remembered jood. Acquaintance such as this oughtto beautiful Amelia's ; box with her
our people, for Governor 'It, is better, a
Zion. We hanged our harps upon the be a safe predicate for a correct opin- j her at re-
thousand times better that should remain
we
willows, in the midst thereof. For there, Ion. And yet, we will be voted ardent, when she was
out of the Union, even as one of her SOMETHIMO NEW Bragg d from
that
; they carried us away captive, required extravagant, in the plainest language we ed "The New Nat! I
subjugated provinces than back, 'evis-- to under
of us mirth, saying ; Sing us one of might employ to describe its floral glo go
at Richmond Va. apparent mal
cerated of her manhood despoiled of her ,
the songs of Zion. ries-its golden fruitage of citron and upon the
honor, recreant to her duty, without her goes ,for "the,equal
.7/010 ihatt vie ting tin Zortfi tony in astrange olive, orange and shaddock, lemon and but for timely
and of without the caii citizens before
self-iespect, course,
land ? If I forget thee, Oh Jerusalem lime-its game and wild fowl-its oysters condign
respect of the balance of mankind-a miserable gard to race or
let my right hand forget her cun and fish-Its more than South-Italian South is home
thing, with the seeds of moral and our ,
ning. If I do not remember thee let
my air and sky-its many crystal lakes-its live in the South compliments
death in herself to be
political soon com
tongue cleave to the roof of mouth. rivers
my rivaling the world-Its St. Johns, he, "New Nation" Senator
municated to all her associates.
? If I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief without a parallel, and more beautiful breadbutter and m

:Joy." than the Hudson-its Silver and Crystaland keep us from i is one

i And thou, dear, native, Sunny South Wakulla Spring, greater wonders JackSronv'ille. only orrive

though weakened and wasted, and worn than Kentucky's Mammoth Cave-its Su- At the surrender, one might have becoming \ '
CALVIN ,: may '*)l :
and w idow ed-we prefer thee, thus,aboveou" wannee and other mineral waters, attractIng thought this the counterpart of Gold will be literal truth. l
!
"chiefestjoy." Dearer art thou to invalids from other States-its mince smith's "Deserted Village." It had received insolence are

us, in thy deep humiliation, thy sad bereavement of wealth, locked in the untouched tim- a paralytic stroke, and many P EPPEB' a I drunk than

thine utter desolation, than in er-forests on every stream, and that need prophesied its early recovery impossible. Norfolk,'Va:,

tb" happiest hour of thy highest joy I II I- but the breath of energy to send a lumber Bot It survived the shock-it livei-its he military business
Bureau and
1 Emerging from thy gigantic struggle with argosy afloat from every port-its health is excellent. blue over

thy noble ace of freemen Impoverishedmany million! acres of unexplored lands, as Instead of a "Deserted Village" it is Virginia Peninsula prospect of I,

of thine immortal champion leaders cheap and fertile as Mexican, or Brazilian now a busy, restless, rushing town. In moving to' an excep, i

exiled or prisoned, thy beautiful vales-its magnificient sugar, and sea- every direction, new, and elegant build scheme of his own, making carrying ex-

cities sacked end burnt-a besom fire- Island estates-Its beautiful villages and ings are springing up, and, on every the negroes to heavy losses

flood rolled over thy fair agricultural handsome towns-and last, and best, its street, the merry music of ringing ham- that it would result price of gen-

fil'ld'l--thy proud flag that floated in tri- oble] chivalric, high-toned, hospitable mers salutes the ear The burnt districtsare possession and ,
the Peninsula
umph over a thousand battle-fields, now citizenship. losing their appearance of Told and York Sun, '

lowered and trailing in the dost-tby Enterprise-steam, are reaching regions vacancy-the wharfs ate being rebuilt, this scheme "in the pro-

lovely garments soiled by war, and tattered ; and resources never known before ; the shipping is ever increasing, and the PEPPER and ,- tho point

and tout, and dripping with the and soon, we trust, our lovely land will, river-the glorious St. Johns looks more estigation can" be. and Chat

blood of thy noblest and thy best-we are be a "next-door neighbor" to the "out- beautiful than ever, as it is alternately lIe proposes

prouder than we were before, 'to call thee side world." whitened by sail, or darkened by smoke.As W The ,will place

Still, our native land I > Savannah is Georgia's "Forest Methodist Episcopal on Printing

Though the logic of events may have IF COTTON BB KING, LDMBEE WILL City," so is enterprising Jacksonville, to posed of delegates

m. proven that you, were wrong, yet, you SOON BB QuKBSf.-We have recently com Florida In ten years more, the principal Conferences, of the STE-

'. 'went' to war for a principle, believing you pIeCed a leisure tour through almost the streets will be completely canopied by meet in New letters re-

,w'ere right ; and, for four long years-an whole of Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, over-arching oaks ; and in ten far day in April,, ,The I Centre

infant, grappling with a giant-you strug- riding in a buggy, the greater part of the more, this lovely town of energy and Impetus tendered the .a fishing

'oJ' gled against the strongest power on theearth'against route ; talking freely with the plantersand to-day will have reached a of the Conference.- to America.

the resources of the I uni- timber getters, observing closely the "spread," commensurate with that predicted ministers will be place the-

'ted wprld-evincing a sublime heroism, preparation( for crops and the resourcesfor for its spreading; oaks, tion'p( the South',; and other

,
r fell-denial, and martyrdom that challen- lumber. We regret, exceedingly, that ... probably ,continue' .' -the United, .

< gee''and eommattdt the admiration of the the articles intended to be based on our W In the late' war 220 battles ,. '..,r--r; ). ;rr

civilized world 1 And now that your cause observations, will, necessarily be excluded were fought !aa follows : In Virginia, IMMIQBATIOH;'; state that

has gone down beneath i the stern' decree from'this issue. The reports madeto 80 ; Tennessee, 37 ; Missouri 37 ; Georgia has been fanned In. a long the

!'. Of fate, where has:the world ever witness. us by intelligent planters from Texas, 12 ; South Carolin'a/lG' ; North Carolina line' of, immigrant.t .t! *. >"r. threatens

-f"'ed' io grand a spectacle of.cb'eerflll. submission Louisiana, Arkansas and .Mississippi, are 11 ; Alabama, J ; Florida, 5 ; Ken. Orleans, and ) ,

and heroic fortitude I Going far. Iscouraging;.,in the extreme.: )Not so, tucky, 24 j the Indian Territory and New II offering! to,sell;, I has re-

ther now to rebuild the broken temple the observation, we each. There the passage of their' : York by
altogether, have Mexico, one were also aeventaen < .
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i / Important .
to tear { 'u ; 11 i i
sbsaeu, i I' went. 'It down. even. your mad I' naval engagements ': "' '; y.i-i.|'; :ia '., last. '
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.LOCAL. COLUMN.[ "fom pink.cheeked..imprsoliation'teen-six-,"-la<< -Lima- fair- ,!fad and tof forty sweet," 'AT WHOLESALE WHOLESALE&RETAILSTORE. (AcmNEllY I
and ;Ihe'dea'r old grandmother who tiW\
Going to nearly a Any earlier!
press lp; IIP, jfiOie,li'nt/m/ ll'ght-heailod; as the'rest -
than usual and 'the mail .
noti-ai rival of SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
looked for+} exclude flora 'this 1 Issue, ourusual of them. SCHOONER WM B. MANNDue ,
.. Woodworking,
1 summary of I'IPWS. -------- -- --- at St. .IIlnrkslonded with G.nr. & A. ]1. SCOTT & CO. Machinery

We egret, too,, our failure" to get, in COMMERCIAL. SAWS, pELTING,- &0/ &0.'

time, statistical statements, exhibitingthe Tallahassee Murkctt SPRING GOODS 'IXTE respectfully uform our friends Hint wo WOOD & MANN'S 1

immense business. transactions of: SRNTINSL Omoi, / If lire now receivingA CELEBRATE'

TallalmsseOf\ as compared with other TALLAIIAaSEE, Fin, April 6, 1866. \ "'
towns. COTTON. IF.ORMcKibben : LARGE STOCK OF Portable Steam Engines

... Middling 1 ................. .................30aOrdinary. -
..... ................._........-27 aOIlN.HAL & Allen.
GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL ,- : 'J
MARKET SPIUNU AND SUM IEIlCOODS
CONCERT' See advertisement
for this Corrected by Alexander Gallic, Uroctr. !)

evening and go early. Floor per bbl.....................$13 5001800 American "
Buckwheat, per bbl............................. 1,000 pieces Spring Flints 1 -
Hominy, per bushel.............. 125 a 1(0 Sprague, Phillip Allen's Merrimac
Will! fit and and and ell Corn Meal......................... 1 29 & 1 60 &c., &c. . . t. .. . . .. 20c !
you, you, to White Sugar..................... 26 a 80 800 DeLaines.27c i
you Sure Brown.......... ...........,...... 14 a 18 pieces Spring i
Molasses....................................... 200 pieces Lawns and Jacouets, . 35c At tho old stand In Tnllnhnniteq, where we arc
\i' The stock is so beautiful-thepropiie. Svrup.... .... ..................... 60 a 75 100 p's Plaid and Stripe Organdies,50c prepared to supply customers with nil kinds of III e /
clever Coffee----------------------------- 37 a 45 50 'Mozambiques, . .. ..80c a
tor sad pieces
so accommodating and
Fresh Beef, and Iran-.............. 10 a 12!
50 Plain and Fig i FasliionableDressGoodsGrenadines ai d
the prices to low, that you can not fail to Chicken, per pair---------------- 40 a 60 pieces QienadiueJl.OO ) y
Eggs, per dozen.....'......-........ a 26 I 10 bales 1 Brown Shirting,. ,. .. 20c
be fitted, and suited and old to-if you Butter, Goshen---------------r-.. 00 a 75 5 bales I ,' . ... 23c
will to BETTON'S Boot and Shoe CoUnlr)....;.......*....... 60 a 10 bales 4.4 .. .. .25c and Organdies
go Cheeso..-.........-......J.-..... 10 a 60 ,
Store, one door north of the State Bank Sweet Potatoes, per bushel------ 60 a 75 KXbales 4.4 (Appleton! A,) ."". .281
Irish 1'oll\'oe., per barrel......... OOOa 700 5 bales 4-4 Star ... . .. ..2Gc MUSLINS AND PRINTS,
-- -----. Onions, per barrel................ 0 00 a 8 Bleached . 18c
Mackerel, per kit.................. 3 00 a oases Shirting.,
ISN'T IT WONDERFUL I That McKin Lard,per pound................... SO a 25 2 cases I .. 22c LACE MANTELS,
BIH.I& ALLEN are ,able to make such Bacon, per pound................ 20 a 26 2 cases 4.4 "Fine.27c
Whiskey, per gallon.......-...... 4 00 a 8 00 :2!: 4 4 Extl'l1.82kWHTE COLLARS AND SETTS. '
frequent announcements new 'an'ivalof Bide, dry........................ 08 a 10 cases t. I-- ,
Hides, green,...............-.-.... 04) a 06
heavy cargoes 1 \aprima\ faeice evidence Bread, per loaf..........'.....-.... 10 a FROM FOUR TO IHIUTY-HOHSK POWER.
that country merchants can absolutely Crackers, per pound............... 18 a 26 G'O'O ]} B
Candies, fresh at the Confectionery 60 a ,16 .lii havu the oldest, largest, and most complete
buy goods cheaper from this immense fc? 9 v works In tho country engaged In .
--- --- ---------- --- ufacturing Portable Engines. our'Enginos
enterprising Wholesale establish- Jaconets Tape Checks, Nainsook, Soft are,
ment, than they ean te bought in New Yo k I "Tallahassee Shall be Represented." :Mull, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss !Muslins, "by ratus experts of tho," description now conceded over to presented be the best to appa.the

--- White Tailetons, very fine, Brilliants, Table BOOTS AND SHOES, public.
They have established a reputation which Damasks Irish Linens.
I
is worth fortune here and they'deserve BOOTS AND SHOESAT I : HATS AND CAPS; Adapted to Every Purpose Where
Power is !
It, too. Required

In addition to the heavy arrival advertised WHOLESALE I II WIIITE AND COLOREDMusquito CLOTHING Medium sizes constantly on hand, or"furnishedon
short notice.Inscriptive .
to-day, they have, to arrive, 5,000 Nets !IA Circulars, with price list, sent on
HAVE In tore, and offer to application.. ,
bushels of corn, which they will sell as Merchants, Traders, and Dealers :EJ.A.n.D: WARS: COMSTOCK & KINSEY
'"low the lowest." every description,and Planters 154 Bay street, Savannah, Georgia
as a large stock of Boots, Shoes, March 27, isun. Gin ,
CROCKERY .
.-- and Leather, well assorted for retailing and LARGE LOT OFCLOTHING -- --- -.-- -- -
adapted to the wants of this section of country,
TUB QUINCY COMMONWEALTH. defense SAVANNAH

of his native land, Capt. ALLISON AT PRICES FAR BELOW ANYTHING! Agricultural Implements,

with his Ever Offered in this Market !
wielded a valiant sword strong
&C. &c. &c. &c.
right hand. That lost, in his left he JULIAN BETTON, STEAM I BAKERY I

grasps the "pen mighter than the sword" First Door North of the State Bank AT THE

He and SMITH (not John, Smith) are Tallahassee, April 1800. St 20 cases Women's Boots . . .$1.50 67 69 AND 71 BAY STREET
I 10" II Balms,. .. .. 1.8 ,
publishing, at Quincy, Fla., an excellent E. D. SMYTHE & GO. 10 Patent Tip .. .. . 200 LOWEST CASH PRICES!
.
Semi-weekly, at $5 a year-we had almost 80 II Men's Brogans. .. .. .. .1.75 SAVANNAH GA.'

forgotten to say-in advance I 10 Men's Fine Sowed Boots,. 7.50 New Having York established, wo are prepared a branch to furnish of our Goods honae In of

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX 10 II Men's Fine Balms, .... .. .. ..2.50 all kinds, In any quanllty, on the shortest notice

SAVANNAH Is nearer to Tallahassee, i 10 II Men's Buckle Congress, .. .. 3.75 and the most advantageous terms. f
I CROCKERY 5 II Men's Buckle Oxfords ... 3.50 MIDDLETOX STEAUS & Co.
:
tfhan New York--y u can go there in half 10 II I Welt Calf Balms. CASH ADVANCESMADE \

W the time, at half the cost and buy your 20I do Boys and Youths' Boots, .1.75

.rockery, glass and china ware as cheap China and Glass Ware, 10 Misses Balms". .. . .. .1.50 ON COTTON SHIPPED TO PROPRJE'I'ORS.: :
50 don. Ladies Lasting Gaiters, $2 to 4.50
from the large importing establishment KEEP ON IUND AT HOLBSiHi ALL KINGS

of E. D. SMYTHS & Co., 109 Broughtonstreet. 109 BROUGHTON STREET, Hodgkiss, Scott & Go

MEN'S HATS. BISCUIT CRACKERS CAKESFresh
,
,
(NEAR BULL STREET) NEW YORK.

WHO WANTS TO MAKE A SPLENDID INVESTMENT A'V'ANNAS3 G'r-A. 50 cases !Men's Black and Colored Hats, Tallahassee, March 2-1, 18M. Baked and Kiln Dried, made r
$12 to $?1 dozen.GROCERIES..
AND, AT THE SAME TIME,
T1IOS. IIOLCOM E. .
: FKED. nULL EXPRESSLY FOlt
BENEFIT TUB COMMUNITY 1-We charge

nothing for telling you that it may be .I
FINE INVOICES OF HOLCOMBE & CO. Army, Navy, Shipping, Steamboats,
in Talla
done by building an Ice House,

hassee. Strange that a matter of so WHITE GRANITE, 50 Bags Rio Coffee .. ,. .. .. 30 'GROCERS, SAT,00.\S, &C. &C. I i'

much profit and public benefit has been 25 Barrels Crushed Sugar., .. 20

300 Barrels Flour ... .. .. .. ". .$1200 HOMAS! HOLCOMBE
ESTABLISHED IX l83G.) -
,
so long overlooked. Common and Glass Ware, 200 Bbls. Crackers Soda, Milk, Sugar j

.. and Wine,
ANOTHER FEAST AHEAD.-Prof. CUEvow's In ,Store and to arrive, 25 Bbls. White Wine Vinegar, N. II.-Orders Promptly, Carefully

10,000 Ibs. Rock Potash, OLD STAND Put Up and Delivered.

Mammoth Stereoscopticon after For Sale by the Original Invoices. '25 cases Sardines. .. .. .. .... .$28.00
its generous exhibition for the benefit of 50 cases Baltimore Oysters,... 12,00 March 27, 1866. Jin ,

Maj. GEE, in Quincy, comes to TaUahas '-50 cases Fresh Peaches, .. .. '" 10.00 181 BAY STREET

see. It Is pronounced by all who"*have 100 boxes Soap .. .. . .... 124 ,
GOODS REPACKED FOR COUNTRY TRADE. 200 boxes Adamantine Candles,.. 28
seen it well worthy of a liberal pation NEW GOODS !
50 boxes Raisins .. .. .. .. .... 6.00
age. Savannah April, 1900. 3m 50 i boxes Raisins .. .. .. .. 3.50

I. 1 BRAND: 100 i boxes Raisins. .. ... .. .... 1,80 GB EBS j
THE CONCERT AT THE CAPITOL-On -

'Tuesday night last, must have been a Vocal and InstrumentalCONCERT tFORWARDING
and
WineS
complete success. "I never heard better Liquors.
PRATORIUS & CLARK
. AND ,
music than'that anywhere was the involuntary !
100 Barrels Old Continental

exclamation of several around Whiskey .. .. .. .. ..?3 00 gal.
us, who have heard music before. 50 bbls'Pure Old Rye Wills. \'
[1EftC1IANT
An array of horns talent, seldom equaled key .... .. .. .. .. 4 00 Commission i Merchants, TAILORS ,
25 bbls Old Cabinet 4 60
Whiskey
elicited the of intel g..r _t
applause a large, "TtTs
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25 bbls Old J.B. ((9 years old,) 700 ,

ligent and appreciative audience. And 10 I bbls Brandy, .. .. .... 700 SAVANNAH TALLAHASSEE. FLA. \
the soul stirring music so often heard in 6 i bbls Cognac, 1859, ., .. 900 GEORGIA. !

ithe city before, never succeeded in stir. BY PARTICULAR I DESIRE, A 5 4 bbls Pinet Caslilllon ..'. 12 00 "f'
_
Holland ..Aprll.8( __ ___ if
10 Barrels Gin ,!.
souls deeply did the glorious Second and Last Concert ..
as
so ,
ring f : : ;: :: .
10 Casks Sherry, 3 <10 i
NETJFVILLE BUTLER & CO 111
Band of the 7th on Tuesday night. Yes Will be given at the Capitol, 10 i (very old,) 5 00 w: : E arc now receiving n tine assortment of

It it glorious-it is our Band, and we arc On Thursday Evening, April Otli 100 cases Sherry, 100 cases Madeira, CLOTHS, CASSIML'KES, VES7'I vaq. '
5 i
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. WILLIAMS) ,
proud of it I As we,note the gentlemanly When a varied and attractive Programme will boprerented. 50 cases Port, 500 cases Claret 50 cases
The Splendid Band of ''ho 7th U.. 9. Sillery Impeiial\ Champagne. 50 cases LINEN GOODS,
of its members and the
bearing healing, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Regular will perform some of.their' Raymond do, 25 cases Star

soothing effect of its music! upon our people GSOIGS3T PECSS. Clothing and Furnishing Goods .

we can not but express, the hope that DEALERS INTIN' ,

every city in the South had such a Band; Solos on the Piano Forte and Cythera, by Prof. RENISH WINES. Consisting' part,of the following; .
DiVENE and Gentlemen Amateurs,will also be "VV.A.R.E :
and as long/ as We mutt live under military performed.Admission. 100 cases Deidesheimer Auslese, 50 cases Fine Black, Blue and Brown Broadcloths; 1 jf
rule, we wish'that every State was $1 ; Children undo..' 12 half price. Forester Traminer, 50 cases Forester' Black Doeskin, Fancy Spring Casslmores;
Reserved Scots In front(numbered) )125, tickets i
Kiichenstuck 50 cases Afleni baler. KITCHEN PARLOR AND OFFICESVE Black d'Ete
Blue Flannels, Drap
blessed with an officer so just ant gene for which must ho secured in advance, and may ;
he had at Mr. McDoiigall'a Bookstore, whore a 60 Cases Wine! Bitters Black and Colored Italian Cloths;
r ous as the commander of hit military. diagram of the arrangements may be seen. 50 Cases Stomach Bitters, White, Colored and Fancy Linen Pucks;

I >i trlct. quarter Doors before open at eight.7 1.4,; Concert to commence" at 25 Cases Lemon Syrup, \ White Colored and Fancy Linen Drillings;

Should the weather be unfavorable,the Concert 60 Cases Rose Cordial, Black and Brown Silk Mixed Coatings; '
TUB mellow mornings and evenings of will take place on the following evening. 200 Cases Holland Cordial Schnapps, Fanoy and Whlto Marseilles;
A sulllcient police force will be in attendance 400 Cases old Rye Whiskey 12.00
the' present month are profuse in their to preserve order; and It it respectfully requested AND ALL Black Silk Velvet and Silk Vcstlngs; I '
deliciousness and irresistible in the that silence be observed during the performance. 200 Cases very old Rye Whisky 13.50 White, Brown and Buff Linen Shirts; ':
temp A portion of the proceed to be appllod to tho 50 Cases Brandy Pine Castillion, I.lnim and 1'apor Collari, Lisle Thread !

tat'u iris i they extend to the community. charities of this county G. F. D,VENE' ,(JO Cases Cognac. .. Other Articles Cotton and Morino Halt HOBO; ; '

Th e turn out of mothers, maidens, children Pianist aim Director. -.. Fine Colton and Gauze Merino lor.hlrtii

nurses and masculine I Is HEUIl WIEQAND, Malt IN TUBHOUSEFURNISHING Fine Linen, Fine Jeans
idlers, ex- ap6-lt Leader of Band. Liquors, ; !
Cotton Flaunel,and Merino Gndomhlrts;
teush'r, and renders the Capitol square a 100 Casks Ale
THESemiWeekly'i'bninionivcaUIi: BUSINESS Lisle 1'blond, Berlin and Kid Gloves'\; '
to be resorted to.for other Innocent 500 Cases Scotch Ale .
place Handkerchiefs, Black ant FaiiayBilk, Ties ',I
pleasures, than the simple absorption of 5; 100 Cases Brown Stout, I > 115 Broughton and Cravats; ,.. -, "' '.,
Strett
100 Cases Champagne Cider.
refreshing air s Suspenders, Canhmore. Qyi-rbirU: .
PUBLISHED IN QUINCY ,h.
'All of the goods we will :11811 at New
We see groups of children running over BY ALLISON &., SMITH. ,.York quotations for CASH.IZfT SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Also.a fine.assortment of \
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Positively no goods sold at retail "
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grass,
Six Months. IJcKibbin & Allen' market prices.I6 : and Summer
and Innocent as heaven, Along the walks Is an etctlleut Aolvertlil r'n\ dlu'm foe this .. Spring Clothing !
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'lfii t LkuIA S E the following,beautiful* and truthful npos- THE STEAMERWHt. LIVERY l\ND\ SALE _n- ,P

I I trophe to Dorian} : CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. :
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, : LINDA FLORIDA ) fair hind of flowers I SXA.33H.KS. TiLLiBAistx, Jnn 16, ISGO. .,'

TmrasDA'sr, APRIL 5, isee.. Thin hailed thee the bold Spanish adieu lists flute. the Train
anti after
: hirer, us standing .upon the prow of his r J' raJa TALLAHASSEE FLA, ON tin Penmicolii "lidIUUI': gta Railroad will |!
,
caravel, ho first caught sight of thy hhoies run dully a* follow: ,

ny"' Life..13.lUic the &liuttcrc It was upon lire Sunday of Palms-'he EASTWARD. )

Wreck.The :. festival of tIlt: fl'wers-nnll the devout Casa & ALSO WAGoss, rave Qulney.................... 4.30 A. M.
GM ALL WOOD ........... 6.30
; An ve ilL Tllllnhassee, lit. :: 1;
following! touching paraphrase! wns tilijn beheld in thee fit pmWem of the diy( jUGGlES, AND Leave Tallahassee at......... ........ 7.00

Under tie, influence of n pious thought, he GEORGE. GIFT, MASTER, .Arrive ilL [lIdl.on at...............11.00 ,
written by.Ronaa7 'HOB, n few hours before gave thce its name, nnd well descrvedst Carriages and Harness Leave Mndison at.................11.30 "
on' Luke at............ 3.0. I'. M.
liii'death, board the U. S. tore thou the proud appellation. ply hereafter regularly between the Anlved at City

I while the harbor of That was three hundred yeRrs ngo. Threefull of ST. MARKS and the above Port, FOR SALE. WESTWARD.leave .
ship Supply, entering Lake City nt................. 8.30 A. 11.AirlvenlMndlioimt .
have
rolled
New YorkIn! the year 1847. Poor HOK I cycles past since lho hour Touching at Apalaclilcola. Tnlla""" ....*. l>"0\1. 9.IMS. tf .._...........W20 V. M.

"' of thy baptismal'ctl-emonyi but Mie'title' Leave Madison nt..................1260 "
Other Borrows have brought Our heart to becomes thee as ever. Thy floral bloom IS For Freight or further particular, apply to hopelessness as drear ei thine us bright at this hour as when Leon landed McKIBBIN ALLEN, DRUGS! DRUGS Leave TnllHhaiwe nt................ 6.00 "
: Tallahassee Feb. 27,1600. tf Arrive atyulnc! at ................. 0.30 "
upon thy shores-ay, blight as when the
My life is like the shattered wreck TRAIN.
ST. MARKS
breath of God first called thee into
Cast by the waves upon I ttu> shore, bring. NATIONAL WHOLESALE. RETAIL. Leave Tallahassee at................ 7.30 A.I:
The broken mast the rifted deck Thy foresls are still virgin nnd !inviolate'! | Arrive nt (St.; SI arks lit.............. 9.16 "
verdant thy sevannns ; thy /groves as fragrant S.S -- Leave bt. Marks n(.................1200 M.
Tell of the aliiwruek; that I b o'er. ns evrr-(hoie perfumed of Arrive Hi Tullahnrnve IK............. 1,46.. I'. MtelTHiilf
Yet from the relics of the, dorm groves hour the arrlva.
stilt
an bp given on
onisoe.l.) and of nnd ) LARGEST STOCKIn :
The mariner his raft will form orange, myrtle magnolia STOVE WOBKS or the care ut Madison for Dinner, going: from
I
the faithless Still Fpniklus upon thy plains the ccruloiiUia mid coming this way.
Again to tempt sea ; ; Mill gleam in thy waters the (goldonrmphue : the State of Gcorgia. A line of stages between Qulney, Bnlnlirldge
But Hops rebuilds no barque for ma.i and nnd between Momlcello and TLomBS -
; above thy swamps yet tower Nos. 239 and 241 Water Street > Albllnr'connect Ith tho train.'
,
the colossal cypress, the gigantic cedar, the E. HOUSTOtTN,
!life is like the oak .
My blighted .r----
That lifts its senr and withered form, gum, and the bny -tree ; still over thy gentle Between Bookman Street and Peak sap, Jan. 10, 180o-tr ticsldenl.
slopes of silvery sand wave Inng-lcavvc

Scorched Sternly to by meet the the lightnings coming sudden sterm.stroke, pines, mingling! their ocetalous foliage with KEW YGI.X.WATHON DIIUGS Medicines MEDICINES mid I'ertnmerles.! Chemicals, Emporium of Varieties

the IVonilage of the pa lin. Strange nnoinav Trusses, Surgical Insttunionts, Dye Stuffs,
Yet round that trunk will twine
sapless Flavoring Exrritcts, &0" &.O.
of vegetation the I ireeof the north, amid
The curling tendrils of the vine, ; SANFOUP Tresldont. Bole Agent for 1Iolml>01ol's Extract of Buohn
the tree of the south-the types of the frig : ... and Earsnparllln, Aer'e Frtpiiratlons, Jayne's,
And life end freshness there impart- JOHN TUUSLOW, Vice Pres'L and ..... "'1'.
Not to the passion-blighted heart. iet and ton'id-in this thy mild mid region, J. I,, E'EBUI{Y, Snperlntondont of Work. Preparations, Rues'' bt. Domingo! Bitters and WILLfUl P. SLUSSER
standing side by iJe, and blending their! SAY H. UTTKlt: ; Secretary.:! ,I'reparntloneHoofimand'sGornmiur Hltler Clr.ck's ,
Restorer
Hair 'I'homp.olI'o and I'lmlon'u heir
My lifo is like the desert rock branches together 1 Preparations and Toilet Artlcles\Vell's Bti'ength' TA3L.Z.A.HASSKE.<' ..
Linda Florida I who can behold thee Solo manufacturers otSanford's enlng Flusters and all other I'atunt Medicines be.
In the mid ocenn'lone nnd drear
fore t'je: trade.
without emotion 1 without -
peculiar convIction Tin and
Worn the wild ceaseless shock Coppor,
..
by waves
Challenge Heaters
that thou art a favored land ? Gazing I
That round its base their surges rear, ALSO SHEET IRON 3IAMrAlTlKiit; :
upon the, one reases to wonder at the ''aith ,
Yet there the sen-moss still w ill cling ; MAMMOTH HEATERS
-the wild faith/ of the early adventurer ,
Some flower will find a clift to spring that[ from thy bosom gushed forth the fountain The most extensive: and complete(.t .ok of DEALER IN
And breathe e'en there sweet COSMOPOLITE PARLOR RADIATORS,
perfume
; of youth, the waters of eternal life I

For me life's flowers no more will bloom. No wonder the sweet fancy found favor CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES PAINTS, English, French and Domes -4 4

and credence no wonder so delightful nn
> ;
life is like the desert tic Goods
waste
My idea had its crowds of devotees. Thous. BEACON LIGHT RANGES Oils, Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors, Artists' ,
By human footsteps seldom prest ; ands cane', from afar to find rejuvenescence md Talntcr's Materials to be found In any sec-

The eye no freshness there can trace, by bathing in thy crys'ul, : strl'aUls-thou And a full assortment of ton of the DEWY South oourjiTiTioa., and at prices which i.bOIUTKI.T Plain, Fancy &! Japanned Ware *
No verdant which
spot on to rest.
ands sought it with fur more !
:
casernes
and Stores
Yet e'en those sands drear Cooking Heating
so ,
among than the white metal of Mexico, or (the yellow STOVE
The stork will tend her with care- GLASS HEADSJUARTEES.
young gold of Peru ; in the search thousand Adaptod to all parts of the world.
E'en there the of
notes joy impart,
But naught can cheer my lonely heart. grew older instead of younger, or peiishec Every variety of Glass, French and Geiman A large and handsome variety of
in pursuit of the va'n illusion ; but who ALSO Flute, St lined. Cut and Sky Light Glass, slugle

MOBILE, April,.1861. *Y' could: wonder 1 and double thickness.
STOVE HOLLOW WAREAND COOKING STOVES i
1. ._S _- Even at this hour, one can scarcely thinkit .

an illusion ; and in that age of romance, Pure French
Brandies
My .Life Is like the Summer it was still easier of belief I A new world UNION STOVE POLISH. Combining |

JIosc. hAd been >liso3vered, why not a new theory '1
of life ? Men looked upon a I land where 'V?l. P. SLUSSEIE, AffCMi Wines and Whiskies SHEET IRON, 'J|i
My.lifo is like the summer rose
the leaves never fell, and the flowers never Tallahassee, Jl/iroh 22. 18CO. hn ,i
That to the morning sky AIR-TIGHT
opens ; ,
uded. The bloom eternal
was -tterna
Soon as the shades of evening clone) For Medlc'nal purposes; and a largo supply of ,I
'
the music of the birds. There win PHILADELPHIAOIL
vas no othur
Liquors for general use.
Is scattered on the ground to die j- BOX, AND
of death Natural
ter--no signs or decay. ,
Yet humble, bod
that rose's
on ,
hen, the fancy, anti easy the f.iith, that in PAINT AND VARNISH Bruch Foucher & CO'sCHAMPA.GNES.
The softest dews of night are shed, PARLOR COOKING STOVES
,
such fair land man too might be immortal.! .
As if she wept such waste to see- <<
The delusion has binre died
But none shall drop one tear fur me/ long aw.iyut W011ILS.SPEAR All trimmed In a neat and durable man-
(
not the beauty that pave birth to it.-
nero They can Khipppd 'to any |halt of J
Thou, Florida, art still the same-still art Sole Agents; of the only true Imported Brands
My life is like the autumn leaf the with pnfetv. 10VK *
country ,perfect ;
thou emphatically the land ol flowers. Thy In the country, \\t\ : Carte D'Or Luo D'OrIII1d
That trembles in the moon's pale ray ; Sllery,pronounced by all com.uiaieun superior PIPES and ELBOWS coiixlnntly on 1>RllrI. i
Its hold !la frail-its dnte is brief, \ groves are as green, thy skies 03 bright, & BONAFFON, to any hervtofoio In uae.Speet"1 1 outdoor woik-J'in Roofing, Gtittci- '
diaphanous There g
waters as
thy ever.
Restless and soon to pass away. ing flown Pipes, Oiunmental Uou e
Yet when that leaf shall fall and fade, is no change in the loveliness of Lhv aspect. UUHCTURF.nS or Agent for the American VIntnue Com- Blends, Sheet Zinc, Sheet> L, ad.
And yet I observe n change. The scent pnn, and a large Block of their celebrated Cilllornla -
The parent tree will mourn its shade- brands constantly on hand. ag-Shnp:; walk of every descilptioudoue .
lathe but not the characters Where
The winds bemoan the leafldss It'ee- same GO short notice.
are they of tlint red race who were born of PARAFFI OILS !
But none shall breathe one sigh for me Ify special arrangements with Manufacturers
'thee. nnd nurtured on thy bosom ? I seA and Importers of the Mirth, and In Europe, warrant No11on.s.WOODEN
them not. In thy fields, I behold white nod me In not only puarat.tcnlng the absolute ; .
My iife is like the print which feet black, but not red-European and African Machinery, Lubricating,Wool, Rosin, Purity and Genuineness of my entire Mock, but
Have left on Tampa's burning sand ; also enable me to Bull any of the above mentioned WARE,
Gas and Lard Oils
Soon! as the rising tide shall beat, but not Indian-not one of that ancient peo- lines of goods nt firsi cost prices-In owe WILLOW WAnE,
who thine Where line even lea than.tran. > .
pIe were ouce own. arethey portation. (
Their trace will vanish from the strand. fGone PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PARAFFINE VARNISH TOYS,

Yet, us if grieving efface all No longer tread Anei.iraiimllon of my prices will sustain these CHRISTMAS PRESENTSOf
they
All vestige of the human race gone statement In uveiy purlloular. every description on hand.\ Call ard "
CM that lone const, loud moans the sea, thy flowery paths-no longer are thy crjsta l WAGOX GREASE, examine lietoie purchasing clsewheie.

But none ahull thus lament for me streams cleft by the keels of 1 I heir canoesno FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Nov. 7,1805' -CmHoclgkiss

more upon thy spicy gale is borne tho White Lead and Colors of All Kinds,

How beautiful and striking !is the con sound of their voices-the twang! of their
bowstrings is heard no more amid the tree AV 91. WALSH, Scott & Co
AND DIALERS ,
IS
trait between the above and Longfellow'sPaalm ,
of thy furcsf: they have parted from thee

Life. far and forever. S. E.Cor. Barnard & Brouffb ton M*, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
oi t
But not willing went they away-forwho Rosin Southern Pitch ,

Tell me not, in mournful; numbers, could leave thee with a willing heart 1 SAVrAMVAIIGEO. NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK.

"Life is but an empty dream," No, fair Florida ; thy red children were ILLUMINATING OILS, BENZINE, *O. Thos. II. Uo
For the soul is dead that slumbers, true t,] thee, and parted only in pore un feb 6,1806tfSaddle Biltlinort': ,

And things nre'hOTnot what they seem. willingness. Long did they cling to the 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENTTEPHILADELPHIA. Harness and Carriage O.hnsi W. >Scott i>. ,of firm of O. IFfc'cott 4 Co., Tn!',-

loved scenes of their youth ; long continued D. II. Poole, of firm of Poo'.e: t Babbitt, Buln- .
Life is real Life is earnest they the conflict of despair that has made bildgcO.

And the grave is not its goal I ; them famous for ever. Whole armies, and March/ 24, 1800. Cm ESTABLISHMENT 1 W.lubussvo O. Poclo flu., of firm of G. W. Scott & Co., Tal.'

"Dust thou art, to dust relurnest.1' many a hard struggle, it cost the palo-fuco ,
'VV'JLL.AJ: :=t.D'S have Just received a large a..ort.
Will not spoken of the soul. to dispossess them ; and, then they went not I went of Goods,cunsl.tLl.g of
'
attention
SpecIal to the sale of
given all kinds of
"
I willingly-iliev were torn from thy bosom

Not enjoymetit, and not sorrow, like w lf.cubs from their dam, and forced to LIVERY STABLES Oentlomen1 and Ladles' Saddles, SOUTHERN PRODUCE,
*
Ii our destined end or wily ; a for western land. Sad their hearts, and Fine Bridle Double, Collars and and Single Whips Ilariess, and to the purchase and shipment of

But to net, that each tomorrow slow their steps, as they faced towards the Saddle Cloths.

Find us farther than to-day. setting sun. Silent or weeping, they mov. QUINCY, FLA. Shoe Findings of every description Household and Plantation Goods, .

ed onward. In all that band, there was nut Leather of all kinds T.' .

Art is long, and time. !is fleeting! one voluntary exile. HACKS, Buggies.! io -r Troielllng Blldltle and Satchels Harness and Hardware Trunk, Wares, Implements,
"- ,c
!: .
And our hearts, though stout and brave, No wonder they disliked to leave theeI :- I always In reiullnciis tof J) d Onrrluge Trlmmlntts, MACHINERY
Still, like muffled drums, are beating can well comprehend the poignancy 'or'' convey pansongcriiar. ; Wagon and Buggy Hubs, &0.

Funeral marches to the ri\lnou the ruldroad trains, to Chattahnoobee, Buggy Shafts, Spokes and Rim
< grays their grief. I too have enjoyed the sweetsof Allen aud
or any other polut they may desire to go to. Buggy Spring,
thy fluwery !land, and parted from thee TUEOUOltii; WILJ.ARD. REFERENCES, 5 5Melius

In the w.rld's broad field .of battle, with like reluctance. I have walked under March 20, 1866. tt CARRIAGES AND :BFQQIE3 Currier A Co., New York

In the bivouao of life, he shadows of thy majestic forests, and Printers and J. L Moore, GrIHIn, Ga
To Publishers.
Be not like dumb, driven cattle bathed my body in thy limpid streams-not of every description, Bryant Croom, Wonlgomory, Ala.
A. I) nd Macon On.K. .
Be a hero in' the strife I I with the hope of rejuvenescence, but the -:o:_ Work Machine made Belting to order! and ..Bond,,Macon,,Ga..inc. .
lone
IVpilrlng with
health and Oft have I WhllOeld,
certainty joy. ; ., Having large lot of Burpltu dispatch O. Demopolls, Ala
Trust do Future howe'er pleasant 1 made my couch under the canopy of thy Agent for WheMer tc Wllioii'. end How,; Thll1l'o..ee.'l'\Vm. IJnily. President State Bunk .f FlorIda

Let the dead Past bury its dead I spreading palms and magnoluu; or stretched PRINTING MATERIALS. SEWING MACHINES.J. E. nambelton Free
E, POKDr, Md.. Fire In,. Com.
Act,-act ;jn the living Present I myself along the green-awprd of thy savannas Tallahasee Oct. 28..-tf pany, nultlmore.

Heart within, and God o'er head I ; and with eyes bent upon the blue I otter for sale, FOR CASH, the following arilclcs Oct. :24-tf .

ether of thy heavens, have listened to my at NOTICE.ALEXANDER .

Lives of grant men all remind us heart repeating the, words of the eastern, One-half Manufacturers' Prices. GALLIK ) NOTICE.

We make our lives sublime, poet l versus >Attachment.
mny
DAYS
WABniNOTON HAND l'ltESBslzeNo. VALENTINE M.JOHNSON, THIRTY after the first publication of
And, departing, leave behind us, lOb I lit Mere can bean Elysium on earth, One 8, In Rood< order Amount sworn to, $18 871. ., I will| apply' to the Honorable
It ti tbli-H Ii this leA G. U. T. Bnnran, of
Judge Probate
on the sand of time.Footprints 1'Oh7" of Madison
Footprints One WASHING HAND PRESS, size No.. : defendant and all other Interested
.
are Florida for
N 2, In excellent order. THE notified of the counl'l an order to fell the one-lialf
commencement
of the
that another BeAUTIFUL THOUGHT.-Every morning 250Ibs.IHtEVUR.. above suit, and to appear before me In the oily of In of the the estate of John W. Holleyman, deceased .
perhaps rollo"'lnfl'fown
LONG ritlMEK.!: Lots In thetown of
2501b. Tallahassee. Leon eoucty. Florida, the
we enter upon a new day carrying still on second Madison State nnd
,
Sailing o'er life's solemn main 00 lb.. BMA LI. PICA June 1846 and county aforesaid, .11: Lot
la
Monday plead to the
unknown future in its bosom. came, or 73, 74, 77 78, In Heetlnn 11 Lots '
an Thoughtsmay fonts .10U TYPE. ;
A forlorn and shipwrecked brother U judgment will be given by default.
'
12 Lot. 123 Keotlon".0
; 124.123.
be born to day which bu DISPLAY TYPE. 28,129. In ; and
take heart may never 20 foiitu ; U. H. FISHER 8
Seeing,-thill again. DASHES UULE3 LEADS FUR. 1 fuel In width on the north side of Lot 128 In
extinguished. Hopes may be excited to- UASES Justice of the Pence. Suction l9. '
MirUKfi, and In fool everything neee'mry February IB, 1866. 1'eb17-ow3rn
Let n.thtn, be up and doing, day, which may never expire, Acts maybe In getting out a paper twice the its of the A. T. nOLLEYMAN
to-dayt the of l .' Buntlnel." Adm'r Estate of J. W. Holle'man, pec\d.
With a heart for Any fate { i I.' which performed not be realized till consequences w. A. erroBEB NOTICE, .. Mach o, 1868.KTOTIO33.. law-4w.
Still achieving, still\ pursuing ', may eternity Prnprlptor Florida Rmitlnpl. SIX .
Learn to labor and to wait. 0 notice I will present my Accounts and
MISI Buchanan, once rallying a brave AdiniiiiNtratrix's Notice. Voucher, a. Administrator of the estate of .

mss. soldier on his courage, said, "Now, Cap month after date I will present ao- Redden W, l'arramorelate of Madison cnnntv SIX WEEKS after date. 'the undersigned will
my deceased the
Gold has been discovered Wentworth; SIX and voucher Adunti Florida, Honorable Judge of to the Judge of Probate of Leon county
do tell AS at of
tain --, you mean to me "you can ratrut the Probate of Madison ", and for letters of administration
New Hampahire. Tbo discovery was made walk up to a cannon's mouth without fearl" -late of L.of M.Leon White Bounty, to the for hoi atlvsl-:irahle l' Judge of for H legal discharge front.. further admtyletratIonti apply the Elate of James Lockerman, de,toni.' ]lat, of nan said, on

by a California mIner, who'pronounce.. it i '"Yea," was the prompt reply, "or a and rebate ash foes dlco srga.l : ;JSM.JHIITE settlement, po n said estate.* ALEXANDER- eonntydeceased! .. :i// ,. i M. ,iI'I J ,.. ..,.,.-

a food:pi .; .et< -j ;>:;i'jj.! : .ih"' ii; I Brchtnan'f either." And he did it.. Jan 18,18M- 1 Adm x., Marsh '., H6.. BMITH.Iaw9n Taltllhau, i.Msroh 13'1,'1861-A. EDMONDSON.. I .







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