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 Material Information
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 7, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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System ID: UF00079923:00045
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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ijd.1; \ I"lUl Kft,? BEATTIE&; CO:' LATEST, ;., ,NEWS. .. IJV THE 1\lL8.1, E': iroi c's! Response to' 'the Genrrnl 'Nt! >W8. ;; 1
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c.rg d Speech of Pi-csldciit .John'sob. ,
:. 'sal"rttfl ',teD' NJ.lt Tit I!' CINCINNATICixcfNNAttl rtnti.I: A Corinth correspondent *ay< -t'nt it isestimated Y
that thn two fields nf Shi.
upon
(ESTABLISHED: : ; IN! 1838.) \ Fridny 23 1S66.
.. lob and Corinth tln-rnarp notless than 12
.Cpmmissio.n Merchants ,* '
We
the from the X.oidonetler
POALS11ED. The' Adaiffs Expretu Company have. clip following | 000 COllft'rf rntt."nd.' whine. bone for the

I and, AND fAOORe'171't opened n temporary olfico nt No 112 Weft dated arcli'ntho'rthe,. I New :York; ; most part. !tie blca'hhir;!; ':nhovq::' ground, 'thi '

Tuesday,. ,. Thursday Saturday. ; 'GRAIN''; PROVISIONS 'cortoN 1 ANb Fouilh street l and are,prepared lor bum- ;IT\\' e's correspondent! : rain's.i having washed' sway''the) thin Inyer of
,..1.:: .... ..; :. ':' :< ...; ...._, FLOUR ,.
PRODUCE'1GE J RALIY. I ness. Three car I"tids, of guudti rallied n(. The ;veto, !and, the speech of Pr.sidonlJohhb'on earth with which most' were orlginRllv tnv. J
'1'ER'Cush"n(1Vinc,' .. SIb0btlliaie'dc()(> sIPoYSd;tj; rim TJi.irimsor.ince "on the birthday of "VVnshlhijton ered. The Frilerl\!*dead vrffn ',,11'!( nVntly ,
63'and'rd d5 B ly;ioRF 1t r on office fixtures is 35,000( All \ Interred, In the usual with head and I
Tor .Annum-tbreo-UniM, a weelr.......,..}6 00 | have 'produced oflect ID England of' the way.
J'o; ,du twice w ek...._..-,._ 4 oq SAVANNAH, OEOnOlA.COKSTANTT i iII.l their brumes and wngons .were saved, limbs tentaikehlaehrirbclti., All older, iuIcrebtH foot bp rr1t11'1l'vt't.In"h'n; (, ,.1IOIf.l in most

Do< do ohcon weak.................., 2 .01 _t The Cincinnati Enquirer Cumpiiny lotahout'IIlIOClOO are fur the moment almost forgot cases wore inclosed. witJi. wooden Paling1.; tIn ,.
on baud a Inrw! assortment' or j insured,", $00tt)0.;: They, teti.
Itonrbon and Whent W hisUleii English and J 'JI'OI'tUL politics; are Rail Lake the Gentiles
rThe.6 rates the "Sentinel"'within the City, tan per.
put hlld valued
reach'Of .Wines, Brniidlrs, Gina, 4co.tirT" | ,I'll h'ulli.l'rinh.d mutter.. at $50 dwarfud in nuthinuness in presence'; of the muted) > to assemble for Divine worship.-.
In the
dvery mnn State. Cash Advances mad. on consignments nr DUO, including, / Sl8OIQ.beloncrilijf to JuhuIiohintcn's gnat
trinis to and :
turojieiinslHtesiiicii
Produce MAC[], UsitTls It Ott., VblliidulplilnMarch ; Circus. mcrtCl1. : Every !SaWiaih Vervioe /Is held in Independence
ADVEUTISINO 27. 186*. tw seem petty nod mean by the tide Hall, by Rev N. M L'odi who I I.. a
lUTES. OF, A .MUTINY.. of a man who rides in einiile| ) dignity to tjiegrundcuc bold and fearless man. He .hss commenced -

TO'BI'PIID of the great ocbiiaibn, and whose of the. vices .
roR'IX IDViNCi : : a series lectures on of polytramy.
; : GALTBSTON !March 20, 1869. bpccch'ia i admitted to be worthy 'of Washington On the or-caalnn of these lecture
One lijimfe N npi.reIlUnrS for the
(12 ,) or less,
: NEW GOODS; The 4Slh Ohio Regiment have mutinied, lim! elf. There, Is hut one opinion hall Is crowded both' with Mormon1
flip !
first In rrtlon...--..-....:.......... '1'' 00 service'
their time of i ill but Solar l'In '
allying ErlglllllJ
on this subject. Whatever and Gentiles. '
Each eubsegnent Inni'Vllon .......-..' 16 I d' '
oj over 60 of the men are under arrest. They feelings I litre may have been in the past
Estate. ali, Li,gftl'NoIco\ :'to be, charged The New Orleans dispatcher dn not ton-
were .taken 1. !into CUS\Itly.\ the colored to-Ilo)'. 'lIccepting the? accoiiiplished fuel ofthe :
the'.1'ne as,j tr/\n/ .lent advertisements, -,.-- (
(firm
Gulvtston. the reports of cholera at Mobile and
troops who .now guard detent ut accession the solid intcllitjeucu
except Notice of DlsmUnlon in Admin*' -.... of England applnuds the speech of Key West. The quarantine for F.hWjds.: \\

,, 'Istrator, t, r which the ohnrge'Ihnl\ be.. 18 00 1; FROM WASHINGTON.I PreBidentJolinsun Anerioan rind coast vessel has been removed, and .
PRATORIUS' O.LARK us no : hpurch
Obltu\ry: Noiljjoi. Tributes orrte' p ot'lirld Mir > & ,. ,-1-e, was ever'belbru"applauded( and he has; the thAt for vessel from the \Vest Indies, It !I"

rlsges.chnrjcj as Biivettlsomoiili.; .t\ i ,,inn t.Irc.ME: !, ,TAx:, .8) mpathy( of whatever is best in the \idblia: said, will soon Vie. This' latter statement hIs

-- It is now so certain that no action will he opinion Kuropei: no American PI esi-. difficult to credit when It f I. at-knnwledg-;
IIERCHANT TALO'iS.T4LLTASSF. dent has had it the of I'll 'lInl'l' he'ili"""," tprvveildt In Some'or tbe'E"'prn
taken by Congress amending the income certainly since days
fNroftpi n1t} ntJ1 tax in' season to uffect the'' next assessment Waaliiuglon. The pre of England is.all Golf Islands, though; it hat. not. :!

... that the Commispioner of Intermit Revenue but unanimous on this point. reached Havana, as was once reported.,

bps commenced tlm, preparation of. blanks And this, now that Interest and passion A serious railroad accident occurred' near r

A. J, PEELER, # ., FIFA. and, instructions, under the existing Inv are laid abide, must be accepted like a verdict Cnnnersville on the 21st, on the Cincinnati

' Assessors and Assistant Assessors, will be ot poateritv. If England has one predominant & Indiannpolis' Junction! Railroad, which

ATTORNEYTALLAIIASSKK: AT LAW, instructed to prepare immediately for the. seutimeot, it was the feeling for resulted in the entire destruction of the,

FLOHOA. assessment ., emancipation. If England consulted her down passenger train. -The wind having

J ore now reeclvlnir II tine assortment ot The receipts! from Internal Revenue to.. interests or her t'eitrs, she would rejoice in blown down fine of the stone piers of; the

.,' Office up StA'ro over the State Bank. i WE /!8, CA SSI1WRESt,, YEsy'LYCmLINEN day amounted to 598445. disunion, and dread whatever, would tend lone bridge just east ,of Con9 r.yllle, over
tS7'OiHcJ hoari from 8 a, nj, lo, I p. iu.,. and !" to restore the harmony and integrity of the Whlewii'ter( River, and otherwise! ; weakened '

Ij,:J, front MoUibiri1Km.2 In 6 p. ID, Goo]*_ rREBlDKNTlAt. .KECCFTlONg, Groat Uepublic. There is no doubt that the structure, the locomotive went i

The first of the regular receptions of the the plan of holding eleven' Stales as Territories through, turning a somerset, and the bngjiajo I

.. EDWIN'.A. HART Pret, >idciit thm, season takes' place ort) Monday with a discontented people held ar. and, two passenger car ,were:
Clothing:and Furnishing Goods next. Mr.. Johns has heretofore, ilew.n! by military) power, nod rl'nd.Y.II t the 'thrown. on top and completely'demolished.The .

withstood the pressure upon him to give {fit-bl:' opportunity to rise in open insurrection engineer and brnknnfaitlwere severely
ATTORNEY AT LAW', Consisting, In part,of the following r alltvl'cs, 'and the ladies of his \ would relieve England, Franco and : injured!, nnd some of the passengers somewhat

t, Fine Black, Blue and Brown Broadclutlidl Gauntly in lieu thereof/; received company nn :Mexico from any fear of America. But, bruised, but none dangerously.

IADISCN FLA.WIM Black Dooikln'Fancy'Bprinif Ciu
iirxrUof. In the Courts of tile Middle Blue Flannels';, Blniik; Prep d'EtojBlacK'lInd ; M r Julinjoii app"/I'' illg at these receptions possible future consequences public opinion iwo since,' received n report 'frQn'ri customs
;ii, Clrcnit. Colored Italian, Cloths only now nnd then' for a' few moments. has given; 11 generous nnd all nut unnni- officer stationed on the St.'Lawrence 'Rlv-i (

y 10' Fobru-irv Ib.lflOB. I 47-T White, Colored unit Fancy I-lnen, ; ; Nt-xt Monday evening the levee will bo moue expression in favor of the', Union puliey er, to the t-ffeot that{ a party.of tmoffg.\nt\ i

: White Colored and Fancy. t.lnen TlJ\olooj.Drillings! given by the President, himself! after, the; if President Julinson. had succeeded in I laying pipes at the bottom '
;
1 W. H WHITNER, Black and Brown Silk Mixed Coatings( ;jF.oey custom, of Mr.. Lincoln' and some of. his. pre If there are bore. or in America any who of the St. Lawrence, through; which

and WhlMar.olllro, det esbm'e. think the war is not over, and that the they nre engaged in pumping liquor from

1;; ATTORNEY AT i..JAW, Block Silk Velvet and 8Jlkye.tIQq'jjVhl. ( ; i ., The United Stnted Consul at Liverpool lime is coming, when another fight may 'lit! Canada'into" the United Slate '
informs the Stale Department by letter iiia'dd foC Southern independence, they The new iron bridge crossing the Ohio
..
I 1 Id.tDiPnFLORIDA.: ; \ Brown nnd Bull Mnen tlhlrl.it.lnon ; 'luted Match 9 1SC6 that all the River 1 I.. !
steamers
and paper: Collars, l.|.lu Throud must hope for the defeat of the President nt SteuDt'nvqle'l completed, and
ILT. IltAOTTOB; IS. TUB CODKT9 OF Cotton and Uerlno: Half lltmc' ; nnd emigrant. hips leaving that | art for the and! the success of .Surnner, Stephens, trains cross regularly i, This road is called
V .the toddle! Oireuit."TTT ;
(
; United filled with the Pan Handle nnot connect .
tjtntrs: me emigrnnlH. Phillips & Co. great route ,
:, .IM W, 18'ib :f FIDe Cotton and Gauze Merluo Undurshlrti; I
Sliip'owner ond others any that the emigration with the Pennsylvania Central Railroad (o'
Fine Llnen Flno Jeans -
;. -
----r-- to the United States will be enormous Fitisfinrghand from Harrisburg 16' X**
Cotton FtiuRet| and Morino Clldor.hlrlBjLt.t'e The \ Chronicle thinks there
.JUXIAN BETTON Gloves ; and the indications pro tl;.it it will be Chartofievillo! YorR via the Allentown rqtile. By )this
Thread, Berlin'and Kid i
; greater this year than at uny other time are very many plunges! in editorial life. As route there are only two changes of,oars be
Handkerchiefs, Black md Fancy Bilk Tlo '
'DB4LBR IK and Cravats since we have been a nation. we have: not yet \had, ] an opportunity of testing tween Chicago: and. :New'York.
Shoes ; The United] States Consul ''at. Sheffield) I.
Boots and Leather \ it thoroughly, we will not endorse their
SuopondertlJarere Overahirls: \
England, writes to the lepari.tientoiSinte. Mr. Whit. Hansom, of Mdishall] county,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. AUaft >Quo\ 'I j%
.MENYOUTIiS,' AND BOYS'- I increase of mortality among the cattle is Editing a paper is a v'ery, pleasant busi ployed a considerable number of negroes/ to
-Tlrd DI or Nertb'of State Bstnk. creating n sOriunllnldl'ul. It |Ins now EX' ness. cultivate it the present year. :Not long

Mareh 6, 18 6. Sm Spring and 'Summer; Clothing ended to Ihe sheep, which is proof of its I If it contains too much political, matter, : since n perry of men armed to the teoth.

contagious chn,aoler. people won't have it. i appeared on the premise, and scattered (ilr.

:PLOUGHS'.ND' mh27 tf I I )f the type is, too large, it don't Cohtum Uansom's hands to the four, winds of the

'." THE! FENIAN EXCITEMENT.' enough rudiug matter. COllntt .. A company soldiers, had t lo he-

<< PLOUGH IRON: TORONTO, March'23, 1866( --7.30 p, m'. If tie' typo is small, people won't read it.Ifwep'ublish sent out from'Nashville to' keep the peace:

Direct Trade with! Europe The excitement Imi quieted down here, telegraph reports, peoplo The nff.iir got into the newspapers, and, the

OS. 10, II, 58 and -60 Plouitlw; ...:......; tJ1fIu h'iu. relaxation is uppuferit/ in the prep- say they are lies. Radical: press declare, with! "' /flourish of
N
6 and 8 Inoh Cast Half Sbovel do.' OUTIiiR.N fur delmtse.Tli If we pmit them ihey say we have no trumpets that Mr. Ransom was a "Unionman
8 I noli wide Iran. :. ai'u'umd then llor political effect. and his had
enterprise or planting arrangements
For sale at '-r<' was almost a panic in Montreal suppress '
D. n.'MZ Fehruary: 27, IOU tf EXPORT-ANDUIPOIlT 0 were inoyi'ng nil lee Aux !Noix. '' '' If we huve a few jokes people say we turns out, upon investigation that the outr.'ige -,

A vuL intt'ei' from Br ckvllle has been tire a raltleheiid. Will committed by '''Union men1who,

4 BLAC'ICS'MlTHINGt1.H. sent to Montreal fur admitting himself! ,jf we' omit: them! they say we .are,an old did it through hnstiliiy to. the negroes.-r-
o o avt x- 4 axrsr; enemies
that the
.. Feumn, foe ml.] Gep Fisk testifies worst
B., FITTS & 'CO. 'If we publish original/ matter, they curseus I the negroes have in Tennetsre are the so-
T7 BJdltioiKo their Ageqts IIlre.d'lhere( theSouthern Accordingto Michael Murphy, the supposed '
for giving selections. oiled Union who wish'to have' them
X Kxport and:: Import Com tiny willaead Cu'niaa, an !head Centi',' $85.000 of not men,
ARK-now of prepared to ereeuto' every deserlp-i; to Europe Mr. J. 't', .,bttN.UD: ; Fho, will Fenian bonds have been 'taken i in Can. If we publish selections( men say we are expelled from |Ih. State, while the 'rebels" ,j
/ P wih.pec I.,1 returcnce to this I .neetlorhGoods up |jkzy fpm Hot writing ijiory, and giving them treat, them kindly. i!j

BLACXSMITHIttCr .X day'ftough what they have hot t' .iJ' in'some 'other pa. ---- .
W area EC since '
a.wcek.hna
.the
now passed
.
In the best miinnur! ant n" low n ? HAnDM.VTO' It I U ''RmU IDI
A SPOT- :
the cost of nniterlai, "0., will adiun. ur,!i f l'/I)m!, Af U In ocratenvpUUed to freight/ ft v*,.el for St.Karks alarm was sounded, and, nothing a lias trimspired.tciijuilify Per. notice
have odeum'!) the services ot .I an>a vf tbe, ) a rare opportunity ta presented to Morafa ; ii, tlie'citizens; ut Ottawa' are we give a mnn a complimentary to read the newspaper accounts) : of 'James f
ntkiand' Planters of ohtulnlllK goods' at less still so'nervous that night patrols and'counterelgus tben( we are censured lor being pal' 1I1.It' Stephens, the Grand Head Centra of AI)! I
BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. than Nef wholeiole prices. A the Coin- do nil are a he to
; york we poi. hands say we greedy the Keninna. :;ollle. aay escaped
are still in force, Theleft of
Those who may favor. us with 'their pl atronagowill any 'are iible to 'ml ke' their'purehase.'directfrom wing hog. 11 Paris months that he is .still ,I
ago : snipe -
ho Bimnutteod inure atlafiicliuiji; r the Fooleries, they are enabled to deliver the Cnnndiaii army on ,the St. Lnwrenee I.
D7oib- o",irly.opposite V. 'olll VcPub. .. ,I 101\40; reduced rates. Inasmuch! however, as border still! exhibits greet activity,'and fresh If we insert en article that pleases the secreted.in\ Dul'lin ;. some that he drove
3, 186d-tr ord"r. or this' kind! should 'lie 'Bled two months The mtli. )ladies, men become j aJpu". nut of that city io an open barouuhe two or I ;
1 constantly arriving.;
ahead, Merchants dviUriug( fn +IjiJ/iii! a cheap stock troops are If we 'lo not enter lo their wishes the paper three weeks ago, and net sail for America" ;
that
"if Fall Goods, should send1 in their orders as airy authorities threaten if the Fenians
CLRUULARS: I II IIOI1n... pwhticdbie.i-Btriatattustfou, will be given lo cross at Ogdeusburg they will 7s notfi lahave,; ui'the house. same that th isailinl"Qry [a all e hdmbug
attempt
". yo the,NICyhee! !, \ u ytlKry.AQRIQULTURAL. I fire uu that city with the gun of,Fort Wellington If we attend church 'they say it is only and some that there-ii no !:Noah man in ajcs \
effect.If/ he the Irish!
for jxtence Stephens-that sad

'C. (I, "RDS 'MACHINERY at ,Prreoott II., ..opposite.HBAV .. we don't, they'.denounce. us as ,decehful Republic will make their first appearance

By the tariff or IJ J.-Afffleultoral A/.ichlnery 1 and (Jespe.ately wicked. about,|Ih41 sametimef What wilL be ..the -.
OFBRATION .
FINANCIAL -.A
::BILL HEADS I LETTER.. HEALS i .is milted jreaof-daty. .u. rnnry.and Porm.ble ? citizen'of If we leniairt io the office'and attend to nextstoryahoutthis' famou5'fndividualer'
J o JI\ne.< ,p.a. fur AgrjoulLuraJ, purpose coinetnder Columbus, whose1 name is W.; H. Saunder '
'. : I business folk itf'we to mingle t'o be seenVho
are too proud mvtli he be. remains
a may
this plan, and be'obtained US and 40 'Itl
&0 & &0.'II may *. was most eueee.JuuIyvictlnized by a"prpfessioDiil" '
I.. ; 0. pet'oeut. cheapbrthan.those made North. l : 'with 'our fellows. \ will say that Kenlanism I. not .a puszlel ::- |
jcnllijman.at General
.. ,..j... ,.---- 1' J ':t aborer4 ,ani.House 1 Servaai. Ticket, \ Office on Wediiesday.. evening(She at' 7 If we go out. ,,they: say )pre paver. ,attend to -Macen Xeligraph.To .. \ I
; our .
business. .t.
i-i Brwota! attention will be riven; to the proouremfnt.pf .I o'clock'; 'H* had Jus't'reached tills city' If,w'e p'ublisb"poet'ry we'affect ier tlmenlal ( reviewing the but-inen of the :past IIseason.
ILaviug, received' 4ssortinpat or'Th' from Nashville, and at the above.hour bad- '
flendld 13ervantl and JjiVoror'i only
"I. ; suchJeingaueHteaasfgrqlshtetmionlivr ; dIf :- II
m the Chicago Times says 501,161
j ) ; I of Koudcbantcter. repaired In the ticket offive fur the purposeOf ., :
Finest Inks :A. Mr. JJornurd V*Ifl' UaveearlV In' Mar, It Is purchasing a t.U'ketfori1MacQn\ Soon after we do not we have i no: literary polish hogs?!! and 23,728 cattle were, paokea.'whiphis J |
and ) ; !
Paper .- III" poito-nionnale tothe'breast u
t ,. bnare tba\IoI4u. ,I : restoring "
"I !
our
For Jvrthtr partlQn.Urs, pr for olrroI .'., con. (e t "of his COlli. fits'attention! was'direct Jf the !Snail doea! not deliver ( paperspromptly cattle, compared with the.previous" year.'
This Office I If prepared.< toAIwSttus! HAlt I 'UlolDg call of European articles, apply to ed poe to the' band of some one in said poekeU' they say we "do not publish. "on j ,
-e.r. "RV. FIiOYD President, the time;" Or.the pine Justices of tha United\ S( tes
: Eax lUND' 'OF> > :TIN Gi. tlF. .i.J.nJttqk: .;iivlUe.FI Turning qu'ieljly. be observed the rupid "iiofa :due. afraid / ,
RII If It we are gettingahead
they are' Supreme Coor(, but one, Jfldge Wayne. of
Lad
? .. .1'' trail;r.B;. >rml i'wlio nctppied the same prta.
ylluhpaoopjna, .. .. ; I him in the train from C sttanoolln'ol.dwho. { of time Ga., is from the Southern _States: There
: ) I, Y O'v If" T!O'';k.I1'B"li." a'.1t". '. itarebtt,'ZB6d'' '" ,I Bw11Iu1es with]
!lOTi'II'I' 'J .' ," _,I .. ,I .' r J I '" IJ. .. by'.means of a sh.-ifp i instrument, 'bad I. onevaCan0Y; ., ,
'J' I' J. the breast of his coat and abatruc
it! iol i J I' '.,-+,r.Utoll ,; : ,; "Ie'i : ,. Stglen.. cut ted there open fro/a the, sum.rof nine ;hoi,sand uI A certain'physicIan Will so' fODd' of' ad- DuTiLLi m:$.-<:.The' Atlanta' Intelligencer

.UWe.1. ,'., If "J" ) J 'Oil the"nIt ht Pf 'tlieSBth'Instant I ''twq' Sorrel hutllir.Ird I,and,i lift y dollar\ all\ jo$ fifty Jpllpr\ ? rmniwterinll! medicine: that/ aeeiag-.alltbe states that williin the limbs of) the for.
I.. iAPLitt'P! .LOT Oy. : MuleS were atolei) from the lubaorl.tft tills kind but a'few days Bgo'dr'awq phials and plJJ- oJe"ufhi41! patient con ptet'ei ty..sU counileain iUat. the Fourth, HeveaM IC911tctot'B
WAil. whichhe
,' "a r PR I Imhb it 'Ijulnor. Cn -bu round brand on the ; : )ly emptied, and rangied in order on the table : District there .,
: are.pv rrthr
National Bank'of Nabb ?
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'fIVo Rest for, tlie-Wlckcd" r in the Southern country for his scientific eyes! of WRBSTBB And LT ;f how would BY 'T.ELE.CRAPH. "

Z! t1cbxiYxzc) t !:; ,\, The-: President,), bag, 'Issued a lengthy attainments\ and foriwenty-years;; andmores that F.PetRf, : Ii9'VlIg! lthibuQ '" h13p .

F,._,.:. Prdclamatidn declaring that the insurre'ctiort he hAS been universally regarded, a's nlp"ln \< FAtR.BAtTiMoBji .
SHqBJR :'' : \ which 4ns heretofore existed in the'iStnjtes one 'of the most useful and respected cltlj a dlsgracifm'fictlliaq. \ benpterpetualecl: ; I") TIlE BALTIMORE
BY LVER% ; 1 i The South-
'.l April 2.- great
I J .-' f J4hcapcst of Georgia", NortirCarolinft, Virginia "ins of Florida :a'gentleman of fine edujcation j in tbeipjirelience| IMr) STOCKO.-I.| (! !bpwOver prn Fair, In' bid'ofi; !, the destitute people] of

: \ Alabama iouillin and high standing and iufluenciin wainot io ibt1! expelled jby: such t here UghL.1at! tie,
c: 'Acws aper I id the Stale I Iifcti i iTenrtesnbe, Arkansns the South, opened to ,
...:' Trrp v?''.".';. : it-- i-i Mississippi..and Flo 1 h1l! I Is. at on community( and :possessed,of considerable trick Js, : 1tat.' t1' The Judiolair j. t Commite!| Institute fan.' A dpn4ef(crowd Is In attendance -
end wealth" wh'ch he employed almost had deaftr.ed; fhatLhis uight--o: his ien.l and ibf/collrc'.ipa/ ) -of, goods,. is
and
TrfWeekly"Weekly. -............ ............$0 is henceforth: so to be regarded- vet; large and cosily.
Hemi-LVeckly.fs....... ....... ..." 4" And oh won't the "wicked" Radicals entirely in experiments and enterprises .was unquestionable ; and even the Re

.*..:0""..:.1...:::.;...:'J 1.i.t..1". 3Apentji hotel again 1 Where shall they find 'rest: ?'' likely to ,be, beneficial to the community publican Senator THCMBULL had made enable TJife REPUBLICANS'' CARRY, CON--:- ,'

The storm of vi-lgar passion which they at large. The wl'lterof this has "known !find luminous speech in support of .1 N C1'lCUTr; '- (itVXKnfioTON

/ for The Sentinel. indulged upon the reception( ( \tlie -veto: him intimately many years and pays this that declaration. Mr. STOCKTON there' April 8 -Thp telegramsof

I(/D. I1.'wllSOlfj!" at Quincy. of the 1 Fl' edhlPn's B \l enlt Dill-the temp. hut sad,tribute to the memory of'a gojJd fore arose,', held' up Mr, ItoaRlrL'and the Associated Pi es, from, Coi.nectlcut
his violated pltrol/to\ p'u'bllc'vieWj' indicate the election of lIa Vley.\,tb ..Refpublican
MrTlIOxu JESKTSB: atMadison.Mr. est of rage exhibited upon .the leading, and honest man and a genial Christian, i and candidate "or
GovernorLby
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the'iTask'ed lhanils"T'tt'n""Tote'mtgiit ) ji,_
COLUMBUS DREw.Jacksonville. the able veto-message! ofthe Civil Rights gentleman: ) be small, majority'.**""

Cot. D. J. TAYLOR,) al.Fernandina./ Bill-: prepare.us fo ..expect ,pvhirlwindw. Mr." SHELDON had 'ODle'down to Jacksonville l 'recorded. ',Rwait ppnJ j 'the Rjdicaljilot) Fu1iI .. ''trn'pj.lpnEspENTXi'; ;/ )

Maj. F. BARRRTT, at Gainesville.MrJC.'ft Would it were an earthquake with a from New ,York, to see the country was foiled ) apd SioCKTON, }retains; his> /OF : : *
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: JoiiMsbx, nt'Monticelloc'M'lj. chasm wjde as their 1 tare, and deep as the accompanied by his wife and child. seat. PROCLAMATION.oToN

'?:Wt, L\ STROMAH, 'at Ceutreyllle. '. degradation; they propose for us'i'i They will have the warmest sympathies TM! fact js"the; 'Radicals"I ,jeeHhat! their, ;: W A lid,i declaring;AptilS.The! the insurrectionat President'sProclamation

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Mr. JbiiN(:A.?,,RCBj], at Savannah, da. Toe'telegraphic announcement' of 'the of the public.'I power I ii slipping from their hands, and an end, is ,!lI ,lisped to.day'. Il asserts .

issue of this Proclamation Is a rainbow of \ ,that they ipust resoritp'anyheans:i : ) to. re-, tlmt.the Cimsiitiitio)1( provides! for copstl-i! "(

,. ,TALLAHASSEE: : tain it: : ; ; tutional communities only us Slates, and .
;i' 'the As long M'tte'Pifl8identls"vetoe8',
bright promise flung'athwart/ )Jong- ': Washington not as Territories, dependencies( : ,, pio-; ,
darkened political horizon, pbrophetlc of are sustained"by. 1,18; or,19rotes, ,in, vines or protktot'Ates, 'and' that'su h

SATURDAY- '-" APRIL' '7,1888.' an early restoration of civil rights to the [FROM OUR CORRBSPOKDEST: T.J] the Senate, ti<)_',Radicals! ( have'no 'power constittilionftl States mnst therefore IIP

', --- oppressed South, and''p'ortentous' of evil -' to carry out th' lr' des1 ns':" 'But If they nl'cessarllyIde: equals, and DP }placPrt'

P'WVre'g'ret. that'the; communication, to the disturbers .of the nation's' peace. Passage of A loan Sill'-Financial''; FoUey can'get rid of Mr.;:SioCKToir and one or upon a like footing' a* ieaar"s and political''
immunities, dignity )power
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rights,
of R..washande, ,|in too ,late, for this, Is. Soon they that "have sown the wind, shall of the Secretary of the' Trtasury -Attempt two other Senators: the President, in with the several States' with which they

line. We will publish il in our next ; a reap the ''whirlwind.1] The gallows which / to expel .1[;': Stockton of )yew' Jersey ]his turn, may be rendered' powerless; to n,e united.

communication, 'also; from another source ''Hahiah": '!had prepared: for in'will,' : wit- from the Senate-The Civil Rights stand any longer between theni and the It also, declares tkal ,standing armies.'

that puts, :, the ;.peoplof Florida\ right ress now the execution of the, "Haman- Mill 1'roed-lf7uit the Florida' Senatorsare rights of the Southern States. military tribunals occupation and the snspration, mR'rtlnllaw.of the military writ'

upon the ,record! ,, and that"will. _do every'' ites" themselves, instead ; and, into the Joina. The! messajre of. t ePresld' ;;[vetoing of haotei corpse In linn ef peace air (I tip; ,

Floridian good who reads il. pit which they have digged for'na, shall WASHINGTON: ,. MARCH, 27,., 1866. the.Ch.n''Rlghfs,'ull1,' IVai' 'sent to the den' eerous to public liberty, wic'mpetible} ]

1\ '" ... they, that digged it go, forevel' d6wn. The great event here, since my last letter ate to-day;'and I leached-thai body at one with the illdii.Tnnll'ilZht and of spirit the citijeuj.! : .

33?" A meeting of the.Stockholders of --, is the passage ty the House of' Rep o'clock. It has not yet been read: as the ,. institutions contrary to,the exhaustive SPnJns the lIali"nlll'l'e'

tile.''Fo] da ;'Rail road Company wilfbeheld" Our Senators and Iteprcscnt- 'resentatives on'the 23d inst.; of' a Loan'' Senate are now occupied 'in deliberation sources; and therefore aught not\ to' be'

at tiainesville' ; ,on TI .JI'sN-"Ap 'iI 'atlTC--Lieut. Gen. Grant. Bill : not the Loin Bill which had been: on Mr. STOCKTO-case, which; has been sanctioned or nlloweil' except !In cases t or'
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21st. . sdon asithe! messk'gt actuaIIIPcp.ssity' repelfimS: c )I'It iOlr or'suppressing ;
; ; ,- fc matured with so much care by the Secretary reconsidered: As is '
,---- i Hon. (FERDINAND, McLEpnt Represenlitntive ; fmn'rrection'nr retelfion: :
I 'I of the : ; by 'the the Radicals have determined to endeaVor'tOjpas's that the
: elect Treasurryarid operation1 read The Proclamation also states
I3T'' DrnUQLM83.STEBLE"Associate to' Congress from Floi Ida: )lr- I .r
of which he hoped to carry out his the bilijover;tfie vetoibuit : t people'of I the Southern" States have given
Editor {the-Florid lived at his notae'in Lake ,
of Union, has been: elec- City on Thnis- '
Willieable that,they acquiescein :
financial policy but one based on substantially \is dbJibtfiilVhether they to .satisfactory.evidence
ted Mayor "of Jackbbnville. also day last, after spending several weeks in ; ; ej } resolution
: Dr. S. is the same principles,",but limiting do that. Mi' SvfeionT *of( 'Rew J r! y1! the sovereign and important ...l
Senator from the Duval District. Washington. Of course, >!Mr. McLEon that each State ought remain and constitute T
the of the Secretary to such who Is at home sick, has been telegraphed the United.
powers very integral part of
has no expectation: obtaining his seaL on ,
an extent as may greatly] cripple iris o'pe.I'aLion and Written for; and I-believe is States. . ...
Apt ltiG'T. 'at the session
.-Coll: J. Sanderson present but that circum"otance which I is Mated I .
Dp
that
\ ; Nothing further than
now
circulation his here and .to .
: ? There: js. in : on way now, is expected:
Hartridge' Wm. Ledwith of Jnck.ponville ,does .not. debar, him from, the i i ig'litto I above 13 said i 'about tbewrit of-haZeaa'
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$450,000000 in greenbacks, $180 000,000 art ire at 0 P. M. Mr STOCKTON: mak- make
; have had their property: r restored represent his constituents antI to pro corpus, nor does the proclamation
in notes bearing'intpfs't, j2! OOOOOOO, in i)2) an eloquent speech in.support of his allusion to a gt'nel'1I1l11lon.\ \ .
to i m'bY'1:4'e'r, : of the :'U'S: District feet, their interests at the National Capital rand any
National Bank Notes: oooooOOOin right to his seat. > -
Court io cession mot'e particularly) in matters 'of:igreat' JURISDICTION '
at. St.-Augustine. MILITARY 'CUUR1'S'' HAVE )VO
,
the notes of State'bnhks, making a total 'Go", MAnvp, U. S Senator from Florida ]
.. : importance to them,,.lIhicharo adjusted ) OUTSIDE OF THE Alt.l'tlrIMPOltTJN1' -
paper money 'circulatlon"i fourteen is !in New Yorlcf; ; att ending there to DECISION! BV'
Release of Hon. D. L Vulcc.' and decided by the Departments.: In }
." ,hundred millions'of dollars.\ some of the interests of, his State, ,Mr. THE SUPREME COURT,

The Savannah papers state: that Maj; this sphere of dnty as a Representative, Mr. McCciLocu's" policy) is to contract W. CALL, Uin"o'inef'SenBlbf'fYo'm'FloYlda i ; WASJirSo'To"*, 'Aptil, &-Some rnnntlis'

W. C; Manning; commanding the Districtof !Mr. McLEOD has labored diligently 'and this circulation gradually, to gradually has been laborina diligently] hoe?,for nao'< tbree 'iiidividuals, .civilians, naineil

Savannah', ', received instructions, from with entire success., withdraw certain amounts of this paper weeks past, in the interest: of !JiM, I peopleiand ; Colnbs" Milligan situ Mossey-.wei-c, ,t'ieeV
Senator MARVIN !is at New and convicted'ona, chRI' p of con /jilrncyrl.y ,
the Secretary ult. occupied : :
of \Var the 27lh io : : )li'as
on
money from circulation, and thus to prepare has effected much. lie taken: inn and senlenced"
I a Military Cutumis-
release York and Washington in the advance'ment
Mr. YULEE from confinement, on the for the release of Hon. Air, ,
way, gradually, for a return to steps YUr.EE" to be handed.! President Jnhnwin cur-
his patois; to proceed to Florida, there to of t.te ,/'interests of our State and specie payments.: He wished Congress to to which I will refer again,'and which no muted their! sentences: to ill1pl sIJIlUIPUt. \i;

remain'iinlil: jfurther:-orders from! 'AVash people, and will probably! ,retrain l there authorize him to withdraw greenbacks: in doubt will be successful.'. _''He has also for I life. The cr se: was brought up Iiefoi' e
until the close of the session : the U. S. Supreme-Coun \\hidllh'ci.ell:
ingtbn..iandj'tQ'await .Congress.
any' charges that ;
c t :; what ever amonntsjie'deemt'd! : best ; 'and obtained from the Commissioner, of Internal today thai the, prisoners ought! io be
be preferred him Senator CALL .is i still at the Capital], ob"
may against by the
Goy. decision t
it is ItO t'l's'oud that/ he would Imyo retired Revenue a favorable' in a disohargi) from custody and tint the
ern men t'-: Another condition of his serving the movements of the amiable : Commission had tJIlt'gtll11 i -
parole
about $10,000,000, per month, which question involving a large amount of Military
'tPqui'rlsllim! to1 gentlemen: whu have determined to dictum to them.CONGRESSIONAL.
report 'monlhh byle't'tcr.to keep would have required four ytan' for the property in Fernandinaarid,St Augustine try
] the, AdjutanJ/ General of the Uni- Southern men out' of Congress forevermore 'I I
withdrawal fiom "ciiculalich of all' the which had been refused ,tin t to. this lime, NEWS. '

led., States./ _. I His persistent and urgent appli greenbacks Congress however, by.the I namely the right, of a blow or heir of an WASHIXOTON.: J\prilS-Th"St'JllIle to-, /
--- ----- cations fo the Prosidehfand
: Secretary of defeat of hit loan bill, refused to give veer of property who died! after the sale day'adopted a resolution cullina on maSecietary '\
In the ]letter/ of our Washington correspondent'will War for the release of Hon. D. L. YPLEE '
of the'l't'easurstd.l r tmNIPI'
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hini this power. By the loan hill which under Tax Coraraissioneia, ;, to stand in' !
be found.a handsome com' proved successful, at last. We are informed General: to11 report'whetberkince: Decetu- '
) has been; passed,.however, he is authorized place of the original owner, and redeemthe : hold,
pliment to the'Senators'from Florida, as q'lat be was most effectually] .t aided her, persons have been permitted to
to withdraw from circulation, be- propetty. under their respective DIJrll:( tDleutwithOb'L'taking
well) as a fuller statement ef the work om\e
accomplished Gen. GRANT whom
by to Mr. CALL' made
tween now and next December, only I $18 There are other things concerning the tlie. oath piescribed byj',

by'tbem-, thus far, at the National rppreserltations'wbch! e'icited the sympathies 000,000 in greenbacks: : ; but as many of interests: of the: people of Florida, to which : law. .
Capital. of the Lieutenant General for The House was engaged in the: contested -
the interest-bearing notes in addition, as !Mr. CALL Is giving his undivided atten"tion
.. Mr. YULEE, and, (what was much more election tame of Mr,.-- agains Mr.
he chooses. and which, ,require. a great; deal Iof Cross.
"THE SOOTHERS GEORGIAN" the to the ,) called: forth a letter from ,
purpose This seems but a drop" in the bucket, patient labor. It was certainly a'fortdi --
title of large and handsome weekly I staf recommending that Mr. Y. and all NEW YORK MARKETS
:J-
as the vast volume of f ted at Balnbridse Ga., by Messrs.\ PAD- other prisoners who had committed NEwToHK -Coitn'hss: de- '
? )political millions will scarcely] be diminished by Florida] wade when they chose'Messrs. April a
RICK and HOOKEII. This makes two offences prior to line "surrender," dining tendency,; sales tl. ny",WO) ) balesat
the withdrawal of only $18otio'o6o.; MARVIN and CALL, fo.Represent-the,Statein \ '
weeklies published there. is I 39 40c.
should be released
Bainbridge from confinement.
: : '
it is in
'' Still a step the right directon; and the Senate atWashiugtoi't Gold 128.WASHINGTON.
cue of t he most beautiful, flourishing nnd In this, Gen. GRANT has exhibited a next December ,DALLAS. ,
perhaps' Congress may : : t -
enterprising little towns in} the, South magnanimous spirit towards our State !. authorize a more rapid withdrawal!:'_: THE SAVANNAH : April 3.:':" Horn Alexander
DAILY NIWS'AfD ,
Though low down on tne border it ig and which will be :: HEBALD. H. arrived here .
row people, long ,remembered Stephens( yesteiday .
The the
Secretary: of Treasury of *
course
,
Mr. Bibis ,at'e
the metropolis of Southwestern Georgia. and duly appreciated. We.know ihef proprietor! \ \ .. -
is not entirely satisfied with the bill
as Savannah New;,Avhicb { i "
.When the Albany and' Gulf Road, shall of no Federal Generals, except GRANT passed: ; 'but he i is determined to do the was seized abet Loultuita" ...ud,, Tc tas. ,

have been completed there (which will =pe : and FOSTER, to whom we are under'apy best he can it. lie will Gen. Sherman capturedsthecltand\ has NEW OhtKANS, March 29.-In 'Louisl-' '
under probably '
done; we hear this fall the since been called the Herald, has arrangedall the wqlV.up I In Uie fields
/ ) most sanguine special obligations or likely to be. fund the interes ana cornels\ : ; ,
predictions (If its !friend, will soon be re compound t notes: fIr'st.-- matters in dispute wiih' 1M. B/'Vf.' 1 It is reported that Gen Canuy has been:
Tins will ,compel the! National Banks to ., MASON, who has been publishing the .' ordered to hU regiment and the military.
alized. One of the best pa.per
!ery evidences: of Sad Occurrence ut Jackson-
supply their place with legal tender I since the surrender. The proceeding'is establishments in New Orleans broken up.,,
its_ present ..prosperity/is the appearanceof slue.The'JLcksonville notes, which the banks' will be required _to'both Toe Quarter master's, Commissary's, and
honorable] pa'rti'es'j'Mi'
another there. We ; BLOIS Provost Marshall's offices
wish it are closing
paper up.
great Times by law to in their vaults. And
success; I states that on keep then, cordially'recommending Mr. MASON 'to theirbusiness..'

"' I !. ... Wednesday: night, between, 8 and, 9 in addition, .Mr?, McCuLLOcu;; will'ivlthdraw \ : the confidence and support, of the public The detective police system has been.

WHY' -The 'Gainesville -JV>u Erd o'clock, the steamer Sylvan Shore came his $18,000,000 of greenbacks. So in the publication o'f,The "News'and Her: abolished: ', '

make; the following timely and pertinent In collison, about 2i miles above the that I leally, during the next eiglit'months, aid." The tI'lVspapera: are advocating the'Texas
and Kansas railroad enLhu ia licar.'
'
ipquiry) ; ; city, with'a small boat, in 'which were something! like ,$100,000,000' in paper Tlie Associate Editor is Col.! W.'T'; ly, as It'will place tit. Louis within thirty,

Why should there be a '"Bmeau" ex Dr.. D", C, AMBLER' of Jacksonville, Mr. money, maybe withdrawn:\ from circula!: THOMPSON r of",Maj. Jones Courtship m m. hours travel of Galveston.

clusively-for the blacks without even one SHELDON, a citizen:,flt.Jel! Yoik i ,, and tion: oryThe announcement of this foci :"'rr j ,' ,
drawer being devoted to the whites 1 two colored men. The small boatwas The effect'of; this, of course, will be to alone, will make the "News and' Herald' SENATOR STOCKTON EXPELLED.Tie?

stove to piece and all' on' board, with cause a further'decline- In"gold'. 'This of a favorite, and give it i ip pular':'y .MHcH Republican( taojoritj !in, tlwtIl: S. Senate-

:t'i; The'Ait>any( (Gui:,) patriot. 'is, forsaleJ6 the exception: of 'one'colored.],man,'wgre cpurse, i is oojlba i suppositjon on, that,{ the! hill its intrinsic merits well deserve. has had the meanness to expel Senator

] : did.npt Bland up for the President' lost. ,This man was found will the' Secate of which there -
clinging\ to pass >a, Siocktoir'.t otllKew::: ? Jersey;; frOgs tb, |'
policy, and Georgians would not the steamer's wheel-house. Drc AMBLER little doubt. ''Mr. FEBSENDB.V, chairmanof 'QptTB! sensation, .occurred at'"Derby the that
Line, Vermount-last.week'Tuesday. body, on pretext hey was not legally
support it. >-I" "' was found with bid head under the water, tlie'Senate Finance Committee, is in couple juveuile French Canad anscaHte, ,A elected. 'M6rrili"of\ ; Vermont, who

' for a few' minutes Senate without alteration. enterprising bailiff followed after
1 them
vteke"e
to requisition on GOf. W after friend! of Stockton's in his-
ortb.Of ; violation of
he was carried aboard the s.t'amer'iodi! Another '''great event is the har4|, nsvertook them' near Newport, and ,
artb'1par; that his i death has been
cating was caused expel Senator'
gitiv. from JMtic'e: on.tb'e ground! that he by injurlelteceUedjat young Tbibaldeau was advised, that' hi of Senatdr'SCoek.tou! forhin I sf 14w.ho thus.-
cannot recognize'North Carolina as a State 1 the time of the collison! STOCKyos: of New Jersey' 'fromibis; seat" was,,not obliged to obey, the behests of a acted< on account of the,duplicity j of, Mor-4 v l

ii> the I l' Vat rather than by drowning: 'The, ether' and the failure of that .attempt 3 he i Canadian officer "A'Tninister'vras. :'there '
|j k1n'1on 1.1\ mana wonderful called "' rill, was rejected. The piiijufc
in.; and them conriesy
1' bodieshad not been reQuvl'redon Radicals were certain of being' able to upon vo'unir fu gltlce.
& Thursday ac-
isGgyt $eubl i'F!4ntbp.btNew: .Yorki!; were speedily married. About l twelve: o'clock to postupoet the matter ,ugtil! Thursdaythat
''' though diligent search' bad been { ,; !reltly, elated,'in after the'happy"pah- "retir. Senator"Wright'migliV'be1

THE NEw.CARDINAL -jj Ms! ]''i tt! rally made. Dr. AMBLSB and Mr, SUELDON cpnsegttegpe'hey'! ; "|e9utredZ |as ;they ed,", their sleep'wai rudely disturbed by waseTected'presentwas .,t

tm4"rl9f\ tha4the f\,4peof\ Ro! apro.poees..to ; bad leq across, the ..St,,.Johns jiyerv to thought,: ouly ,one vote to carry, the ;rou.tioo ; .. the arrival of three of the lady's brothers refused., Jlie.xpolsiou .( /
confe .thU one who caused, ;eBr ari learn'ing by one vote. Senator Foote and Dixon r
highdignkyupoq view 'the Doctor's Jdantatipn and were.an for'eipalsion, and that vote' they p n

t or"tbe' ':'hisb pi'' in''America.f Tbe- NewT their retnm' when' the terrible, ':accident prevailed't' uP on''Moaarr., ., to", give"al-! they the'advised faqt ",oflie'the'"new(!marriage brptherujtafr'treturn !however:/ who Stockton.were kick When, would the have' voted for Mr. .'
vote'was
s I 1;rX'7ribnne'; ,;ftom;'iti''adaicee; that 'occurred. > .' vDrv tb'pugb( he w8ll:1d! : ,his! p',ro.e'of) : honor home and ..be Jegally marriptyy Stocklori : announced 'Ii

I. \ the BtvKe'r.: p, y, ,.Lynch, ,the ,C"tb'll> AHBLEB was.a native!! of, the State' not to vote oa the, ue'sjjo'a--\lfbat! :\ ,''in, the rites of theirs' Xharcht';, Iti.ieems that Mr.' quteif/to>rt the chara- !

t .J., ; Bishop of the Charleston diocese, .ie the .of Virginia, and bad attained. to the, ripe illustration' of the degeneracy the Ben-. th .YQung lady'' had l heeneni'uggled; ?\1L' of '.btA'';Cp . the
convent at :Three River conddin't Civil1'RljhU
coming man. of 68 years.. He ate! How would the fire flash' ffoin where abe ttiey.canTa tile' J
, age was widely known the wus'noou to have taken the veil.." ," '1 Bill over,the-Pres'iaetii' ',,ret6. .

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: ; RETAILSJOBFL

Wholesale o nBt6f1D'whllu.'U Pric!rf Curront,,{ :WlrOLES"" LE'. '! H <. t"'r' 1UAOUfEftYiERQT I 1

WstL lIOn FOR TAtlAHAiBSEBVe, ,ARTIOI.ae.t 'tn". 9PRON. TO.I3AcoxBaml. .1 : -

have been kindly- fnrnshed! -by one of ; T : t..ib f/ 23 al 20ytipuldera..b..ab n SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS, j
WHOON.ER' MANN
the city! o(fleers-with: the f f following} ,,fl 2- > ., ............l.lh 16 1$ 1\1\'; ,23.19 I t wM Br Worn 1VorkingMncluillery' (I''

ares, nVcopied from Ills books'.'" 1'hetb IttlSWAX..................IbBtJTTtR 4D" Due at St, Ion7o with'SPflIGi G.v.. & 1\. Us SCOTT & CO. '
Prime OoBhen.i.rlh i .'68 J 18 SAWS, BELTING, &lo. .Ac. !
did so .much cask i c'Qn from f i Prime Wetern..lb 62 a 67 --' {

"Gross Merchandise'safes'fr'o'mfiovem-; I ClUDLEB, Adnmantloe..,.Jb .25 ,1\ 28 : WOOD &r A.NK: S : I''
Irtfofm1
'a .null'.,.....:. .Ib i.23 .a. 21' GOODS 't'tTE. respectfully our frleodt that we .
ber 20th to December ,81st 1865, $192- Caiisx, GoBhen.-.j.......Ib 23 a 24 Y are now receiving r CELEBRATED' 11''
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Extra Credn. .tb 28 a 00
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278,59." : ,, Corral, tit 1)omingo.i.ab( : :' r V:n"'.?, II 30'' A'LAHOB Portable St
; STOCK OF rEx
Whe'o' other we will surprise ,JUO........*:....felt ",'20 !--a. -29lava..tt..i.lb FOR' gives
we,.jlet ,, figures ._ 4J.. q. .'40 !
our renders .with -other statements, FleD, Mackerel, No. l.b'f.bbl $9 6T a'.looodldeJ McKwbr &, Allen. ,
1 "'.,;'. (). \I'OI"1'fl'J) ; ; AND H
quite as wbtidVifuL f.'f.. ; No.l.... kll 76'n 8 oa SPRING UmlEll
. FLOCR, Good Olilo..w..j.\b 10 00 a I
Good Finnlly.-.ibb' 14 00 -' a Spring Prints \
1,000'pieces l American
S'iLL'' EKLARO'INO.-Tlio Seini.WeeklyFloridi4N I Ordinary.........bb 7 60 ..n100''tt 9 60 H 'i
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GA'H, Carll.bu.h : 116 Sprague, PhillipAllen's.; Merriniac.
'till h\iMh\ In Tallahassee, ''by Hi BIB, Dry..........._.)lb '10 a 12 &c., &c. .'. . . ,' . . .!20c GOODS! ; 1
Me srs. DTKE &: SPARU WK \t one of.'the "; Deer 6kine.: .+Llb 15} is : '2i1'xr'\ "BOO places Spring DeLaine.i, . .27ov '
L'ihD, Prime Lertfj.;..;...Ll lb ;: oa .r : ;f ,"
00 Lrfwns and Jnconela 35c At the old tRnd In Tallahassee there
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pieces ,
very best nevvspapeis" in .Florida.'Yes.' Pressed............Ib 10 a 'Jr' we fire (
LIQUORS, Brandy, CuK'ioo-K111110! aclotpeRdgihi&Co4el 100 p's Plaid dud Sniped Orgaiidies,50o prepared to supply cuatomerf wIth all kinds of
.
terday's number'.comes to us wl fi'addl.. ; 8 60 :aI' CO pieces Mozambtques.30c I I

tion fully equal to seven columns of HolIRlld Gin .....:gnl 560Whiskey a' 6 00 50 pieces Plain arid Fill Orenadinp$1.00 Fashionable DressGoods : .
recti lied-gal 2 TO I' 2 80
their present length. Imperial nectar..Kil 326 a 10 bales.] Brown ,. .. ..
UOLISBH, N.Y. HeAned-ynl ..76.1.8D .. I 5 bales I'' -!'p'( ;"t )ly +"'. .. .28e
We have been a constant reader of,this Qoldffli BjTUp-gsl tlO : a 70, : 10 hales\ 4.4 ,',' 1'.1<; ; -.i..25c Grenadines and Organdies J
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ML : ,
KAltB....................Ib 081.4 .
most excellent for fifteen ,
paper, years, NATAL SroaaeTn ...et-bbl55 1 1 00 110 1)0. 10 babe 4 t (Appleton A,) ...... ,28J -
and we may truthfully say that it "gets optlt.| Turp.J.'Ubl 1.(1rr" 44pp l .': 5 bales 4-4 Strfr, I 2'. t..T.1. i. ..-. 26c MUSLINS AND' PRINTS, a
Pitch .......bbl A 60 a II Go 3 cases I Bleached Shirting; .18c2ca'ses'l
better as it grows ,0Mel..i'We Oils, Linseed............gnl 1 AD a 18D ", If.? \H'
oust that the "liberal Kerosene..........gn\\ .,1 00 a 1 Oft .22oa LACE MANTELS,
earnestly Rica...... ............._.Ib 12 1\ U cases 4.4.If Fine.27CI ( ;
advertising patronage' which has necessitated SALT, Liverpool.I .. .tack 1 26. 1.76 2 cases 44" '. Extra.32J COLLARS/ AND SETTS i ''':'' ''''''''"'''' 'Tor
\ ScoiB: Tlrawn..::..........:Ib "13 to 15 :
this (enVargptnent,) wlllcop'tinue! | Ip: 1 B..CoD'ee ....:....:,lb 16 It 18 1-2 ;
,be mote liberal daily ; and that the subscription ) Crushed ..........Ib 20 a 2. F1W1I FOUR TO TlriRTY-HORSB POWtR.
I'Qwderod..lb) 20. R' 22
list, "steadily Increasing" now, TALLOW........,......!....lb' 11 1\ U WHITE GO'O D. 1'TE have the oldest;largoet'nnd matt eom>
TEAS, Imperial.......:....lb *140 1\ .160 BOOTS AND SHOES t y plate work In thin country, enirneud' In m nufuCliirinif .
'may continue Jojincrease: ; commensurate-I Oolong..............IbJ 10D la 130 Jaconets, Tape Checks, Nainsook, Snft Portable KnglncB. Our 'Enxlnea are,
'I y wiih'the great merits of the paper and 'ouch ong..........Ib 1 25 a '1 50 :Mull Swiss ;Mull 'Dotted 8wi Muslins "by experts," now conceded to bo the best Rppa.rattia .
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WOOL,Southern unwpeh'd.HCluun > 82 a HATS AND CAPS, of tba deuorlptton ever presented to the
Us clever propitetors.STOLBN .......:...,..Ib 30 a 88 White Tarletons, Very fine, Brilliants, Ta public: ,
.. ble Damasks Irish Linens,
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----'T -- CLOTHING Adapted to Every Purpose 'Whera

IIIIRSil: -The rewardofferee. ] } :Wenr 1vfdi tment: $. ', 1; ,. .. Power is Required .

Brills buy a pretty fair horse. See advertisement WHITE. AND COLOREDMusquito ) .A.El.D"W': .A.JaE: sCIOCIiER1 Miidlurn alzix constantly on hand, orurnlshedon '

of Mrs. E.G. SIIIIcrxa.Sreeaisntr J abort notiuo

New Orleans Apaliichicolii Nets I IA ; Dteertptlveylroularewith. '' price, lleU" sent".-I OBa.pllcntlon.v
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D1This fine COMSTOCK & KINSEY
FLbi : .
St am. St.A 164 Buy Street, tiuvanuab.:! Georgia,

... ship is regularly on the line from St, and Marks, Agricultural liiiplemc rite; -March. 27, 1866. 8m
LARGE LOT OF'CLOTHING
.' Marks to Apalachicola and New Orleans, .
semi.MonthlYPacket.: &c. fcc. &C. &c.
Regular SAVANNAH
leaving;.New brleans for St. Marks oil the

- 9th and 23d! of each month and, returning '. .
Tile nl>A31IDll'.PLOR..JDA At fllfi!!:
leave -St.- JUrks.for Mew Orleans on STEAM I BAKERY

the Island 15th, upon the arrival of,the _. LOWEST OASH PR dES !i. .

cars 20 cars Women's Boots . .. .. .$1.50 -- '
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I. 67 69 AND 71 BAY: STREET
Having entftbllalied n brAnch of our house In ,
.SwiFT-wtsoEn JCDOMEXT.-1n ad 10 "Balms . .. :I. 1.8" Now York, we are prepared to,furnish Goods of '. .
: our 10 'i' 'Patl'nlTlp :.'". :.200 nil klld.In any quantity, on too ehorttut notice. 'SAVAtTNAH.: 'GA.' ; i
vmisina columns last 'week Mr. James 80 Men's Brogans,'. .'. . 1.76 and tbe most advantageous turrnv. ..' .\ :

Bruce of Qiiincy nmified the public that 10 II MenVFine: Sowed:DooLs,. .>.7.50 ... I

he had lost two mules, supposed! to be 10 II Men's Fine Balms ... .. ..2.50'MenVBuckle CASH ADVANCESMADE
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) ; y o 10 "- Congress .. .. 3.75 .
I stolen. Patties in Mcntteello wete telegraphed RlCnAltD ROACI(, Cotnmant3er, 5 Meu'a Buckle Oxfords, .. 3.BO ON COTTON SHIPPED 'TO, MIDDLETOX STEARS & Co./ j

! to arrest the thief, which they WILL leave St. Marks\ for Now OrIPRn.'on I 10 i Welt palf Balms. ''
lot and lilh, on the arrival of earl, 20 II do Boys and Vouths' Boots ..1.751Q '
succeeded in doing. He was haud cuffed .'
touching at Apalachicola the 2<1 and lOlb, and; Hodgkiss Scott & Co. ,, PROPRIETOBS.: : '
Misses Balms, .,. .. .. .1.50 ,
and started, to. Quincy iu ,charge of a leaving fl 'me days; WllllenTB New Orlqnna for % j
S,. Murks on' the 8th mid :2M. ut 8 A: M.) d. Just as the train cleared the NEW YORK.TallBhaIBee. lice ON BIND AT WHOLESALE ALL KIHDi
/Zua Ing nt Apalnchlcoluon the 101 h mid VAth, itudloivlnn .
Ocklllckllpe trestle work on Thursday lunie, dOl>''.. v i{r ]l'" / '' cAOESTs March 24,1866.TBOS.'IIOLCOM1F1tED. :. 15

leaped fi'tmi the tsars l atid mode his es. : MEN'S HATS. BISOUIT, CRACKERS, OAKE ,
A. DisxniM, St. Marks; ; :' if.: HULL. '
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cape. \V. Gi PrtRTi i Co., Xpnlnchlcora.' CO. cases Men's Black .nd Colored Hats, Fro h Baked and Kiln Dried ,.'raids '

After knocking the irons from one I'OST & HOBBT; 133 Greeter.[ St., Ntw" Orlaan.. .$12 to $2-4 duzen. .. .. .
April 7,1866. 3m V ', ',', .
r 'hand, he went to .the house of Mr. RPIIJ.Daniels EXPRESSLY FOtt .
I HOLCOMBE & CO .
, \ near Midway, asking diieclionS $100 Reward GROCERIES.SOBiigs : ,:
to some. !point, lieyond. I IS' Army, Navy, Shipping, Steamboats,
1 r : \ .
I Daniels having heard of the theft, and TOLEN on the night of Xprll 4th,, Rio ColTte..i.f.r: ;'. .'. t/. 8C .' GROCERS,' SALOONS, &C &C. '

he jug!; "n I the qni give, had his suspicions city; from n large the ftnblo Dark Buy of IJr Home Cnll,, In noiiit thin,tfiS. 25 Barrels Crushed Sugar./. ; : 20 fTHOMAS HOLCOMBE.. JSTABLISHED: IN 1834' ,

immediately aroused at the sight of the 19 Or 17 hand In hulgfn, hue a beautiful 300 BarrelFJotrrr.-' .. .$1200 '.
mull! bead, long mane und nil, long hqdy and' 200 Bbls. Crackers, Soda, Milk\ Su-' "
hand-cuffs the man, attempted .to corceal slim leg, and n very stylish.appi'iraocn; U a flue and Wine, J .
honey and ciirrlnL'e home, "R'urIIl trot. gar OLD STAND CarefullyPut
gait a !N. B.-Order Promptly, "
under his coat; and, taking down a dotib The above reward will be given Cur the recovery 25 Bbls. White.Wine Vinegar, ?. '
la-barreled gu> demanded' tits surrender of the horse and delivery me at the residence 10,000 lbs Rock Potash, Up and Delivered.

Attempting haad': of. tr. Call,or <50 It t have Mr.(.o E.Mind 0. SIMKINS.for him. 25 cases Sardines, .. .. .$28.00pO ,.
to extricate his ironed 181 BAY STREET March 27,18C6. 3m,
April 7,1866.. tf canes Baltimore Oysters',.. :, 12OC 01 ,
from its concealment! tbe man made an H,-T, -r" ". '' "' '-'t.-' ; 60 cases Fresh Peaches . ... 10 00

effort to escape, wlien he was shot by "Tallahassee Shall be 100 boxes Soap-, ,' .,,.!' 12!& f
Daniels.i "jusiafcuvp thetleft posterior liidjv'j '-' ,. Represented 200 boxes Adamantine Candles .. 28 New Goods! New Goods!

v ... buckihot r t : JJO boxes Raisins. .. .... .. . 6.0C GBe BBS ,. .

-, j joint-the load of penetratingthe BOOTS. AND SHOES 60 I boxes Raisins, .. . 8.5C '
clvity'ot, lie .nl lurnen'l and pro'duciug Raisins ,
100. poxes. r---/,,, ,, 1.80 NEW GOODS !

.death)n a.few lioursr ,Xlie .name o( AT 'WHOLESALE II I '----"; )(, tWines : ,

the unfortunate man ,Is John Tanner.A and ''Liquors. FORWARDING AND

short time! before! he. died he stated, HAVE In store, and offer to ,

that his family was 'one of respectability MerobantipTradcri. and Ural- Old.Contin'ental 't' : CYhiskey ': i
ors of every dl'Soriptldil.Bnd rlant' ; ". 100, Barrels M. A. Bzialynski
and that bad company1! had brought. upon era a large stock of Bans, I Shots, -lfl .H. .. ..4< ,$a 00 gal Commission Merchants'
i'\ him this fearful deom. and Leather well. a.d for. mulling, uud ,50 bbls Pure Old Rye Wilts-i -" ,
+; adapted to the Wants cf thin eectlort bf country, HAS RECEIVED AND IS STILLR
I .. -_ key, . . 400'
AT" PRICES FAR BELOW 'ANYTHING '25 bblg Old Cabinet Whiskey. 4 50.
TUB .Sxj'.aEOscorricoN( ( LAST, ; NJQHT..: : '25 bbhi Old I.U.trypat! ld,) ;7"00 SAVANNAh, GEORGIA., .CEIVING ::
Offered in this Market' I ,
: Ever .
-We go t ,pIISJi.I O early this .morningto '10 I bbls Brfcna/Jin.: /. 4. 7> 00 i' 1"/ '

notice this exhibition -'ns It'* deserve*! JULIAN :DT230N, 5, I bbla'Oo'gdacj'1.859 ..r < 9 00' .4prl,318qS.. '(; tf A Well Selected Stock of-fioods, :+
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5lr bb/s/ PinetCastilllon, .! 120010 .
Suffice it, [ > First Door North Uf the State Bank;
to say, we were not amiss hi
0 : Barrels Holland Gin, ... ., CONSISTING OF .,. I
Tallaha 8co1.AprU.6vlB08. |8t' ,
promibki-jj; that it: would pVo'rr a t're'ntIftWe ( !10 t Casks Sherry, ; .. .'. 3 (0 .
NEtJFVILLE BUTLER & CO
are :glad 4bay) saJf.rge !aj.- audience: ,,10 i (ery old,) 5 00 i

greeteL([. Its, first, p xljjbUion 'jI >bctter E. D, SMYTHE: .&.. CO, GO 100 eases'cases Port Sherry 500 ,cases 10Q 7 Claret.cases Madeira 50 caseiSillery + SUCCESSORS TO W. B. WILLIAMS,) DrGOOds, I

rtfinenieutfef .
evidence of the i a'commu .u. ,
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; II ', Imperial' Champagne, 60 cases t" I.
nity Is nt'eJtd1.''lIq.f ftTnenei-oiis aiiprecia- 'I IMPORTERS AND DEALERS I:* ? I, Raymond do, 25 caseD Star;', WHOLESALE AND RETAIL : 1
M '( 'it"H ,
.I Boots and Shoes :
r Lion of suchvorkiofarc.: ---:-..;. ,
: err:: ''t1OCKERY "IJr' .'.. I DEALERS INTIN ; '
RENISH WINES.

corviMERcTAlLrTallalittCiee. ,, .> 'Deideshelmer! .' "'V .A.R..E: O 31i O' T-EC'X N'Gr .
", China and .Glass1 Ware; 100 eases ( Anslese; SO ca. '

ass Forester Traminer; 50 cases Forester LATESl"'STYLE'S OFLadles ,

jnurket, .......," Kirchenstuck, 50 cases ASentbaler. KITCHEN\ PARLOR AND FFICESr@'YB'Sf ,
Sisvls.L Omica l' 10 :BBOUrzTON TREE'l\ 50 Cases Wile Bitters,
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"ISh6. :
THLAUlsud'Iio: ,: prlt S
-'t ,60 Cases Stomach' Bitters, i and Gcutlcnicu( Hats,
'Cnnelcd by Alexander Oolite Qroeer.Tlour .
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pur bbl....................)\3 60 a 19! 00 -- -ttaiaEDLLTREt-, .. .. 25 dases Lemon Syrup, 'r
1luckweat;per bbl.........'.........:.':: ;.'::::: ,1S.A. 50 Cases Rose Cordial;
Uomin '. iwr bunlaIJ...:;:.i.-_.'.:;; 1 26 a 1 60 .'V.A.N'r-q': .A. G-.A., 200 Cases Holland\ Cordial Schnapps, IIOSIER5"!.
Corn Meal'.'.u....:.-:.:.....1' 25 a 1 6Q ..' !< 400 Cases pld Rye Wb'skeyj 12.00 \
While ".. .............,_..._ ... Ja ,80 .J" .. \ AND ALL
Drown......... ............_.}., ,14 a. 1sMail..w. .' 200 Cases very old Rye Whisky J3.50, Which hfc offers low terms' fJ 'CASH
.........:....._.....-'.r..._..:.';.../. J' .- / I 60 Cases Brandy, Plnet Castilllon. on ) '
.tyrup........ .._...._..._s.y-. l>O. 76Cunuu..t.as ," FINE IIIV01CBS.OPV.nI'JE : 50. Cases Cognac.: Other A.rticles 01' COTTOX (
....i',....... ', V7 a 45 ) .,' ," ., .'
}'r. liuuf, pad lea",....:.;.?,,.,.* 10 12Chlaks : Old
is, put 1".r...,..?.,....(.,.? ,40 a" toBatliirUo i .\ ; GRANITE. i DIalt IS 'THE HajVard's: .:Stand,
Jo.\lK:\ perdu eu..h..i_....... a ; I :r i } i l Liquors.( .. .
.bei>,.,<.;..,.v-.r''... .f.;.'.f80' a. 15 I V- I '
100 Casks Ale
;". CXOlll.ry,4..r- .;,.,.... iO Common,arid Glass' Ware, HOUSE-FURNISHING: BUSINESS .n ': '
Cheese .....................*....... 40 II II .,, to .1 ili U- -'ll 500-Cases Scotch Ale,, /' TUBSemiWeekly
sweet: fpljiUiqa, por,OKBheh...\.... 60 a 76 ,. "' -; "J '. 100 Cases Brown Stout? \ Commonwealth 'j
IrUli'' I'olu use, pea talrfei... ....,4.L 0 06 1 7 00 in Slow and to arrive, Older.All 145 Broughton Street : ,
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100 Cases Champagne ,
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Uinoiu, per bitrrul................ -a 00 (t/ '=" *" "i i" . .
Mackerel per kl".._..__._ _8 00 t For Sale b 'UidPriginalpqiice5. o(t Iba goods 'ye' will sell at New l'UIlfl\1BRI1 ,till; QSINcY' ; PT.'t' )
Lard, per pound-,.,,.,.,.....,-_,? ._ '20 a 26 ( )[ Vork quotations for CASJf.r .SAVANNAH,. ,G O"QtA.. ..
Bncon, per r 'Urt'l-i...>-.-....'.'.._J u 3Q a 26 : f 'i tein 'i.. ,' I "> u, i BY ALLISON & SMITH. t
'WhUlcoy, pur gallon.r..... ....... 4 po 00 'I'' 1 ....; _jeun, ,Ii"i "I.. Poili"Ill s.dail.'UcI '
t7r If1f44f Pere ad .
Hide, dry,.T ..T.i'.r..."';...r.iv": 08 a',8. 10 i .; -i ilL' > "I' 'J'., ,,,tarn i-n'l V,' 19* All order promptly; !y filled IIr the lowest t Terms : SB per annum ; 8.3. for

Hldei, tfreoii.i.\,,.,..',,,;?_;.,,:..:, 04 II''' ',W )" i' uNrRY"TRADE. ibbln market prlcn.mi Six Alonths., ., ,: ..1' ,,
lire d, per pal: : T ..'.:'..L.1"."10 a 000DS'RSPACUD ." '. & AlIen.J : { .'I 'Iq 1' *: I.'j I 'i It ..H.S. ti.4pnl31806
Crauker. 'per potind..1: .'..'.:.',-' "18 '>:'l 25 r ,4U.I1U.4L: ...lhUlllJOl'lpIo1r..lb r It- ., .L' ., In an excellent Advertiiing niS'liW ft nli) ,
Caadtee,true.att4etConfoptl! : ) '"''50a II "'7b I Bav"uQI\b. April 6, IBM. ...,"),u .>< 8m ,Talahissee'March'-! !I 'f' (. :" ; '' !I"' "".1' "'"'! In"" it"1'1:, ,, section of the But: >. sail
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Campbell after tbe birth! ijIi"t:1"
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T' I 'bI "H S's FItm": of his jirst cl3tldtiro, to) ,OR,follows) to a near sit 1, : tll R .10- LIVEIlf! AN.'D SALE _If-' '

I; i' frientUt The passage >teem.VwiLG .11 .the CHANGE OP 'SCHEDULE.TAU.ABASKI ,

tender fervor of n father' heart. .AI5' ;I'' : sTAI3LT0t1.i' ? Jan: 15;lSe' <&!): ;

SATURDAY;APRIL ,7-1866 I Our,first inl r'if'w'AI when lie lay in > ( I : -Ji and after this date,the Train
J liia ; TALLAIIASSEE'FLA.A.IS0 : ON thul'easacolrand Georgia,MnUroid mill
I crib, in the midst of white muslin 'and ,j. .
I. tit run dully (is follows.iASTYVAKD. ,
tare .. ', '
iininty picpared by MntilduS hands .:. -
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: ,1. !( .T.':}I' ; : : lung before'(lie strangci'a nrrival.!. ,I verily 'WA.aONS lane Quincy at..:.........-........ ..j:::0 A.M.An .
1 lie following poem Illuuchlnltlybnnub.ful. liolirte I hilt a lovelier babe never mailed! J. L. SMALL WOQD ? AND''i'i .eiitTiillnJiassui"!............ 680 ,
IIQQIFS. ...............; 1.00< "" '"
Many an ee will le ,dimmed by a upon liy the light of hearer Ho wad buiitli- n leave TnllnhnMco at
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GEORGE ;' GIFT MASTER: i I 'Arrltr. at Madison H.....-..........11.00 II, .
tear DI it rend t'leie! lines and, the' leg sweetly In liin tfslefp.: I durnt tint Carriages and .Harness Leave Madison at..................11.80 ,, ,i
\ swakei hits, hot vsulurtd UDO .1 tales\ : ,He Arrlxcd Luke Cnj nl............. ao. F.M. 'il;
thought RO wandering away to 'memorywild ifsva an infant, htirmur'Aild/ 1 opened l his'lit. WITL PiT herMn"-'regn1ar1y between Ins 'FOR SALE. 1 WE8TWAIU,
BT. MARKS pnd the above Port, ,
tie azure ligliU Since that lima lie has continued Leave Lake City at....,._.......... ',30 ,A. M. ,
I its sandals in the to grow in grace and mature.' I can Touching at Apalachl oln.' Tallahiii.". ''ov.O.tRM. If Arrive at 1fAdl\on at...........:..12.20. P. ).l.
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Tho ywith dipped! .i take him in but still Ins Leave Madison aIJ............i..k.1240 ,.
dew my arms good nature ............ '
Foe Freighter further apply .rtrrlxoat'IallahiiHifOBt. <30
f IIuj passed l Hii-ougli"-the eniag'B golden and his beauty are but pro vocatives to McktBI3IN rn.t1cntnn ok.. +***f rev.. DRUGS DRUGS'WHOLESALE ]! I Leave TallahaesVe al................ 6.CO II "

gate, i" \ the kOlctiou which one. must not [indulge j ,Tallahassee, Feb, 27, S66. tf Arrive at quuicj' at.................".0,.30ST. a.

And'a single star in the cloudless/ blue he cannot bear to be hngced, he cannot yet MARKS TRAIN. ;

For the rising moon in silence wails stand 11 worrjing.. Oh ,that .1 were sure NATIONAL AND RETAIL. Leave Tnllnhamoe at j............... '780 A. ttA .
$ ; ... 9.16 .'1
he would lite wLn louuld rrlU at tit Mars st.--i.
tn the'ilajs
Whil t the winds that sigh .to the languid .. +. Le.uo bt. Marks nt..................12.00 V.
hours take him on my knee, snd feel the strong Arrive nl Tallnlia..ie af.......:..... .. 1.46 PJ M. '
A lullaby breathe o'er the folded a wen. plumpt:ess ol clil, hood'uing Into vigorous I WORKS LARGEST STOCK KsrUnlfnn; hour will be given on Iho arma.
., youth. Mv pui.r boy ; shall I have the STOVE of the cars nt iliullson for Dinner, going from
,
and "omlng this way. I ,
The tithes nod to the tonnd of stream, eestat'.)' of teaching him thoughts and knmvl I 'State A linear' singes between jnlncj, Dainintalgeand
That winds along witrflulliiifi flow,' edge, Iud reciprocal love to me 1 Tt is bull In the of ,Georgia.nucs Albany, pad betncen Mnntluilloand 'imimiH.Yllle i

to venture imo futurity no far. At present Nos. 239 and 241 Water Street eill|| connect pith the 'urine' .
And either awake! wr In If a drEam, E. IIOU13TOUN,
his lovely little face is n comfort to his. .
me
I pass through the realms of Long Ago ; ; I ,Jnn.16JIBeo.-tf Iiesldent.
and Peck
Between Bookman Street S.Ip
-While laces peer with many a smile lips breathe that frtgraucy: wTuuli' is one oC ----
isle. the lovelies! kimlnosts of nature that she ITICUICIIVES. -Cllcmlenle. '
of
Fiora the
Memory's magic
powers has given to infants ; a sweetness of smell KEWOBX.WATSON Patent Meilluineu mid IVrtumcrTruenfii .. Emporium of Varieties ,
Surgical Initrnmonts,' Dye StDffs,
There are joys and sunshine, sorrows and more delightful than all tbe treasurer of r .- Flavoring( Extracts, &e., &0 : .
tears Arabia. What adorable, beauties of God SAtfFOItn>, President. Sole Agent for JU'lmboM's Extract of Buchu

That check the of life's houre and Nature's beauty wo live in' without JOHN 'rnu'row, Vice Pre'tand Trmnrar. and Bar npnrlila" '.Ajpr's Prtpnrallonn, Jajue's
path April Preparations Km! "; St.? Dutnlngo Bitters endPrepnrnltons'tloodilnd'aGerms
How J. L.ItAlURY! Superintendent Work
the knowing 1 few have ever teemed to WILLIAM P, SLUSSER
Aid a longing wish for coming yean, SAIL S. UTIEK, secretary. ( Dlttort.CUick'aHrtlr ,
That hope ever wreathes with the fairest think sn infant beautiful But to me there Restorer, Thorn p.on'snnd Phnlon's Italy
.. seems to be a beauty in the earliest dawn -- PreparnttousandToiletArtiolesWett'.Bircnglhcnlnv TALLAHASSEE. FI.A...
-flower.
,- 5 of t Sole manufacturers of Plasters and. all other Patent_ Medicines before
infancy, which is not inferior to the'at :
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There love trade, "
fire friendships guileless- as I'jo
.. Tin and
bright -:' tractions of childhood, especially when they Sanford's Challenge Heaters Copprr,

And pure 118 the stars in tails of night. sleep Their looks excite a more tender ALSO, SHEET IRON MAIMIFADTDCER,'
train; ofemotiona. It is like the tremulous MAMMOTH HEATERS "
i iDEALEH
'There! ashen 'memories tiltter anxiety we feel for .n, candle new lighted moat .
are pnin, which dread .''! CiOSJjOjPQzITETPARLQIi RAI7fATOR41CHALLENGE Tb. extenilv and complolf J tock oft IN t ) '
And burritd hopes nrnTa broken tow, ne going out' 1 I
; ( "
And an aching heart by the reckless main, KITCHEN RANGES.. jlp ms" English Trench and Domestic
TRICHINOSIS )M NEW YOJIK- ITS REPO ,
And the sea-breeze fanning a pallid h.. ,' ) J

brow ; TKO APPEARANCE! IN SEVERAL POHK,PACK, LIGHT RANGES Oils, Vnrnlilie", French Zinc, Colors, Artists'! Goods,
BEACON
And a wanderer on the shell-lined chore, INQ ESTABLISHMENTS! -Under this rather and Pnlntor'a MatirlulH to be, found In any nee

Listening for voices that speak no more.There startling statement, the World: states that And* full assortment:of lion. of the,South, and tit. prices which ,ABSOI Plain, Fancy: & Japanned Ware '
CIKLY Dirt COIIIPlTtTIOf.GLASSI
the "trichinosis" huxine made its
f report
'are'passiona :strong and ambitions appearance in the pork establishments of Cooking and, Heating Stores STOVE HEAR VARTEES '

/> wild, ,'. this city is but tooV I\\ founded' -m. part Adapted to all parts of the world. .

And the fierce desire lo stand in the van proof of which it adds ,
..
oq the the heart ,of the "As a proof of the authenticity of the Every variety of Olaa,,-French and German A large and handsome vat'!'!ty of
dttleoqlC--a report, nofewer than eight pork' butchers -ALSO-- Flute, Bt.:\\mtl. Cut and;-Sky-Light' Qlnss, single ,
'
and
double tblckneas.
Is crushed! in .the breast of the-struggling io Washington and Fulton markets have STOVE HOLLOW. WAKE. ?1"" COOKING STOVES,

man ; discontinued further purchased, and have
SAND-
But short are the regret. and few are the entered instead, into the beef and mutton Pure Trench1 :Bramlles. Combining ,
UNION STOVE POLISH. ,
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tears, business. Such wan the. inedibility attach ;

That ,fall at tbe tomb of! the banished years., ed to the report that pork has decreased in ,,':n. P. SLU SEA Agent. Wines arid W' ilskies !SHEET, IRON, ...

-> p. '.j '.> f' 1 price duriug the -last, week" about four cents Tallahassee, March 22.1308. 8m 'f :
There is s quiet, and peace and 'domesUolove on the pound" AIR-TIQIIT, '

The best metho of detecting, the presence PHILADELPHIA For Ifadlo'nol' purposes; and'a largo supply 'of

And joys'arising. from faith' and truth, of tha'trlchinaain pork is by.(clonr otber Liquors for general use, BOX, AND ,

And a truth" unquestioning, far, above, examining thin slices, cut longitudlna, OIL PAINT AND VARNISH
Bruch Foucher.'Co.'sOHAMPAGNES.
Tbe passionate drcammgs of ardent lot transversely, with a good microscope. It PARLOR COOKING STOVES. ,.

!. '7-rTQUlhnf! l I' 18 more difficult to perceive the worms m
And-hnser'of children on lips and'cheek i| J sausages, owing to the resemblance they WORKS.SPEAR All Dimmed in n neat and duinliln, man

And the parent's: .blisa.which no tongue can bear to many of the gristly substances usedin ner. They can bptlniijied;' lo pm' ;pnit of
the manufacture of this of Bole Agents of the only trne Imported BrandsIn the country' with fec mfd. I
speak. species food. the country, via: Carte D'Or, Lao D'Or, and "pet I fc.1 OYE
The trichinae, whne found and submittedto Silory, pronounced b). all couuolnaours superior PIPES and ELBOWS constantly on l.niid.

There are loved ones lost There are little the action, cf hjdrgLhlonc-ucid I1ay.bl' & BONAFFON, to any heretofore In use. I Out-door wnik-I'ln Roofing' Gnttei-

graves then fully /-Ellrtjln4ld./ ; They ara'dien; per Ing down Pipes, Oinanieiital, 1I1'l1be'

!.'In the distapt dell! !, "'oeatbprotecting, ceived r'to be entirely' difFetenttfrum, ;and rtANcracrrasas' orPARAFFI'NE Special, and Agent a \rlla-eloolt for the ot American their celebrated Vintage Company Gill-- Jlcadi, Sheet Zinc, Sleet, Ltad.

trees, much smaller than meat maggots which, : fowls brands conatanUy on hand.' S2P"Sliop woilc of e\eiy desci'iptiori'

Where the streamlet winds, and the violet ire nothing more thou the production of the OILS done on short notice. '

waves. larvae of flies.i;\ i My special arrangements with Manufacturers '
And the tbe The trichiiiEB he and Importers'of the Mirth, and In Europe, warrant .
grasses sway to siging may destroyed by keep me In not 'only guaranteeing the absolute I .No1J.on.s.; :
breeze ; ing sausages which have been well smoked Machinery, Lubricating.'W'ool' Purity and Genuineness of my entire stock, but ,

Apd.we mourn for pressure of tenderlipe.' for! a long time unused pud exposing them Gas and Lard. Oils, also enable me to sell any of the above mentioned I \WOODEN) WARE,

And the light'ofeyea. ;duikenedio. death's in the interim {o" severe cold. lines of good. at firs cost? prices-tu some WILLOW WARE.
than .
lines even I less transportation.An
eclipse\ : r -C *-- PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PAR FfINf VARNISH TOYS, .

THE CASE ,OF: ;:S E.NAIOR STOCKTON ( examination of my prices will sustain these U1RISTMAS: : PRESENTS;

And thus, as the glow of the daylight dies, There were two very .mean!things '.dune a WAGON GREASE statements'Jn every particular.! Of every description) on linnd. (all ai'(I

And the night's first look to the earth is day or two ago. Mr l\orl'ill[ hud agreed to examine lipfore put'thn5ing eleett IJel'e.NI'T. '

,', ," Cast, pair with Senator Wright upuu the Stockton FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. i, IBli.>-f'nlHodgkiss.Scott

J gate'nealh those leautjful snmmgi skies, (case and ch"ee..te vote,,, ill spite of his White Lead and Colors of All Kinds, ,1 ,

At the pictures that bang in the hall (If pair. Stockton; wtio'was to becheated out TF. M. .iVALSH
the pnet t- of his leaf by thin trick) voted for himself, AS.D'BIAtlSt IX & Co. ,

Oh, Sorrow,nod Joy cheat! a' mingled lay and thereupon Republican papers pub. S. C: .CorIiatlaard&Uroug'Lto bas,
: 'COMMISSION
When to memory's wid wood we wander fish him ta keeping his seat with his own Rosin SoHt&era Pitch MERCHANTS,

vote. A dirty trick and falsehood "
away a dirty! SAYAK1VA1I, GEO.
NO.24 OLD SLIP
came over the wires toseth .-New York ILUJMJNATISa, { ; BEXZISE; *o.. NEW YORK.

'J TRIP LIQETLY. World. i feb 6,1866trSaddle Tbos. Ii. nodikl.Ilale of Jlambelton Brolbors. .
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i- _. 402 '-0' : Baltimore *
-- SOUTH DELAWARE VEm1EPIIILADELPIIIA.
Trip(,; lightly'over'trouble, G W. Scott,of firm of O. Vf- Scott A. Co, Talla-
CAPTi SEMHVSIIt: wea ,erroneously,re* Harness. and CarriageESTULlSHMENT1 ha"'t'.
We Trip lightly over wrong; ported 'recently that'the President 'had or. .' D. U, Poole, of firm of, Poo'e i Babbitt, Buln-

only make grief double dered the release of Capt. Semmes. It March fi4, 1866. emLIVERY bridge, On.
By apPears W U. Pools, of arm of 1
dwelling on it long. G. W. Scott 4 Co., Tai. .
that he is .
to be tried. The Washngtori .
1 labasave Fla.
Why clash wo. hand so tightly correspondent tlieNew.York Herald w:=: S-axaA 'E'zD'S I bareJust'r. fed t> larg-e+ as..rt.maul ., 1
Why o'er blossoms
sigh
dead 1 of Goods,couiiBtlj orOentlems
that bis trial will g
be before
,!:>Why cling to fornis unsightly J says probably Speclla.ltenllon Iven to the sale of nil Llnds of 4 4SOUTHERN
(1. a mixed commission of :
composed
seek military STABLES I ,' andLadles'' Baddies
Why not joy instead '
and naval officers, and that his'convict ion Fine Double shut Single Harass, ) JPiODUCH,. 'i

or release will turn almost solely' upon the Bridles, Collars and Whir" !and to the purchase and) shipment of
Trip lightly! !
over sorrow, Saddle Cloths, :
QUINCY FL A. :
uemipn of whether or, ; .
[ be-Vl't1altid-&be.
all\ the pot I Shoe Findings of eviry deieripUen '
be
Though day dark ot ,: Household and Plantation Coeds
The .. usages war in escaping'frorni' bis vessel' Leather of all kinds, .
: eon mpy .irine.to-motro. ,. < after striking !his flag. HACKS, Bugjlcs, I Travelling Satchels an4 Trnn>!
And gaily tbe Wares l
sing lark ; )), to Baddlftand-Harneii, Uarlwer., f-1,% it implements,
Fair hope has not departed; ul wnj-s In readiness to_1 Carriage: ._Trlmmlnga {' Jl '
DnEAMiNOrTp: SOME!: Rev. T. Wagon < BugI'Y'Uu"bI MACHINERY
Though roses may have Oed, convey paisengersar &O r rREFEBEIWEG
Then bo down T. Tnsker, a'wembe'V 'ofiAVhartonstrectilethodist I riving on the midroitd trains, )o- Chattahooobe, Baggy Shafts, Spokes and Rims "
never hearted" ," \ Cnureh, of which Rev. Mr. or, any other point they may desire lo go toTfE01)OILt Buggy Axles and Springs, '" t. ,j
But Took for joy instead.
: WIL.LARD.
Chaplin is pasior, rose In his' ieat last :Sun- March ;, "
day and said that in dream 2j\866 t _, ... t1 CAERIAOES;AND,'Y9aIES :
i. Trip lightly:over.sadness morning a on Mrlna.Osrries'aaCo.i-iisw Yorll.. _..
;, the previous night 'he'IlaI'seedhe "JbUif ITo Printers and :Publishers. J. L Moore, Orlffln, Qs
Stand not to rail at doom of every description, Brent Croon
llomgpnM r't
the church ,
We've pearls to siring of gladness, entirely drschargedf'and be- I HaoHId l Belting. i'w j ti. A. B nd, Macon, Ga. Ala ....'1
On this side of the tomb' lievetI) that ,lyhe dream wpald tbayl, dsybe r-tat.-- Work-madtf to orderzM'f.paftlag tint!ivttk E Bond, Macon, Oa.
; fulfilled Collections were taken 'op The .Having a large lot Of surplus dispatch' ,>as. G WhltflcW. DemopoIIs. .
.Whilst I II
't stars are .nightly shining,. result was that! by )h4CpDtiljulions or that : Avent for Whaler It. W11I J''f pnd Howe's. Wm. Bally, President, State dank rFIorld, S
And heaven is over head | 1>jt WING MACHINEL J '"H i T Tallahassee -f ,J 1
Encourage not repining j morning f/1d eIeDi'i; ,jie ,>um of '[$6,555 I PRINTING MATERIAL,, J. B. PU'1CDY. TliSs E. IlembettonPres'Md.Tlre Ins, Cem "
was rawed--fnofe thsji enough to Tallahassee Oet.n6.-tf pan, Baltimore.
H jBut look for joy instead.! the cliarcli) s receipt M full 'for their give entire to :,I offer for sale, FOR 'OAS1J, '!ohqfollowlojfJrit-: : t.,24T-tf ,
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I ibiluies.- "NO.rUJ1IA.: ; S
Philadelphia Inquirer 6th
in.lant. '
THE ,
Empire (La.,) Parish states that the ALEXANDER QALL1E r .r
Oae-half NOTICE.
1 property In the,Pariah c(Plauqernjoea, belonging tManjifarjtipers' Prices Term Attaohnent. .,

to the estate of the lato Lucien, A Hi WASHINGTON )jA"*P.I'itESS. slz.No.' VALENTINE M.jonssox.SAmount T 1IRT7 YS'artertbe first pub/lullan' '
>TTpCEGv ,T>vo joMPe.men 3, In order. Ihll' notice-
good
Nine. will
Bonaparte, told last week for 30800.; It sworn to, 118 871. ftJlpl10 be HonemWeM. -
commt' the ant making'b si le&B at One WABIUNO 10V HAND PRESS,size :S o. defendant'and all others Interested .- T. Brrnwa, Jadge-of Probate".f Madison 1'couaay
haa| front 9P the li'tr.oC two and two- 'hilndelphia. They bought a lot of duck 2, In excellent order. TIlE notified of the commencement of the are Florida,'for an order lo mil 'heo"t'b.lf'Inll'l'"t
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third arpentg by forty In depth ; and there from Stephen Girard'on credit and afl' end 250 Ins. BREVIER. above suit,'and 'o appeal before me 'In (hesUy\ of 6t the p.'e'f dote W. HoHI')) men, de.cUiit'd
.
are at least fifteen hundred orange trees 2501ba LONG I'RIWER.. j Tallahassee, Leon eodcry Florida-on ma econd. hi the following Tewn Lots In the town of
: /had engaged to endorse! for them.! Each 400 lb.. SMALL. PICA Monday la June, 1869, anus plead to the Ijadison State and teunly aforesaid, vita: Lola
it. same, or
upon :sujht* 10(1( IndwlIHnrrying jtcff,' "J.nj| 12 fonts JOB TYPE. Judi_at win b< mon l \y ,rqlt. 18,'4, 7? 1S, In ""Ion" 11); 1..1.86,83 In Hectton ,
20 fonts DISPLAY n ,' 12 Lot. i23 fo
Girard remarked TTPB. t* 'i > ,,r .iilit neaReio, ; 124,14628, motion 11' '..ndin c
'v'Ytcroi' JIu. -reW?_HQO.OOd:! for ,bs| "Had : CHASES. DASHES, RULES, TEjnS.TtTll.mTtJRK Justice of the 1'....&. 8 fact In 'lndlh m lb*'noptb side *f Lot "a ln t
new work "Lea Travsllleurs) de la Mer,*' you iw\ better gets a ray,? and In fact everything necessary. February 10, 8G8. feb 1-o..3m Bee. ton t:
"No; it is not far, and we cao'ear'r1 it In getting outs pap.rttwlOQ the hiss l of the t .J.. T. BOLLHYMAlq ,
which lie intended publish\ In the shape ", $eolnel.o. Adtn'r Ihl.l.or
Jd.
J. W.
ouralJlve,.!: NOTICE. BollejmaD. p'< if''
o(a f flalklon 'w..A. 8HOBEB, Mach e, I888. -
s law4.PNCSTIGIL1
., ,
; a -, ...; "Tell your friend'he'needn'tindoret' our Pmrrletor Flortda" BentlnelAdinlufitrutrlr's c IX MONT j B after the nest ftbllcafloll''of -, \

AvSt. PnuI-Minn'j the night of tbe note, I'D take it without." Ctbla notice, I wilt present my Account and .
i '
_c' '" e.1Votice.y Vouchers ai Administrator of the estau of .
,
; J6ih, the thermoaietor indicated eleven de. W.

frees below, aer..., his said that C. C. Clay is k'ept 'iD' imirispnment -' SIX.nllt m""th..ft.' r dale.I<";:.llilaanlof Hlre(\ : the cvobheWr Florlia.decessed tudden> \ P.rrnmorelate" to' the )lonorable of Madison Judge eonnty of, Stx' WltK'4'aner';\ tq the Judge ofProbato'IheSinderslghea of leer will: '{ji

,. for his complicity with h estate of L. M. White, to he robau>or lladfson oounty 7florfds''andspply for l ndmfhrstraUon cous'.i,
1" | | raid ( b.onorable. Judge of for M legal discharge from further y Iq iuri ; de-btntt nan, 011'.
3' When "ss beefsteak the highest 1- from Canada, of which the Government has Probate of leers .ouoty'f""'. final. Mttlerrwatnd upo.u.ld estate. administration btiFstilfrof; James, Looksrman. ',iaaef, kali "
a.k for a discharge, E. U v tyDeceased. ; :J '
WHITE, ep\t\lt
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