The Florida sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079923/00046
 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 10, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
notis - AKP9173
lccn - sn 82014066
System ID: UF00079923:00046
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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I VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1866. :NO. 71.,; ;

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j1'C-j'14'Ctit11' $cntind I WACKY, BEATTIE & CO. LATEST MLW8;; BV TUB[ MAILS.GF m the Raleigh (N. 0.) ;;:;ldard.J-) : CKOB8-EXAMIHED.. j

SIIIPPINO AID OCNIRil. Trial of, Major ,John II. Gee. The man I spoke to I will swear was '. (
Maj. Gee, because I was told tint
Commission Merchants by when I called him
PlIBLIllIKD NEW HAVBI! \pril 3 -The R'p'it :lloane Major, he answered to his name. I had '
have fir"ll 1 30 honor thn electionof been to Salisbury twice
r AND FACTORS III guns( m MORNING SESSION Before; and went
Vii Liy, r1lariayand: : Saturday Genetnl ll.iwlty The Palladium of once afterwards. I had spoken to Major .

---.. ---. -r.-- FLOUR. GRAIN, PROVISKW' !, COTTON, AND thus, evening fiuuris up a iiMJurity of 850 MONDAY, !March 12, 18G6. Gee once before this event occurred. I

,'e't "8o --fa..es In AI1 % :\ IH'I'. PRODUCE GENERALLY. for Haul) y in 'ihi' Slate' The Court met pursuant to adjouru The first that I saw of Maj. Gee wa

Per \iinuni-tlirer lion* n week---------0,100 't 03: and C 05 BAY S'J'R"F.ET.SV. : EUlinpitN NKWS ml'nt-alilhe members present.II. when he entered the door.

('o.. d'i t twice iKw.k ...... ......... 400 .\:\.'AH, GCOUCIA; NEW B. Orslanrl called and sworn-was a DIRECT.
Tnl Ju YORK \n\\ 4T' e steamship prisoner at Salisbury-captured 19lh I
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[ .' 0, .J.JPJ: ''iHMTOUh pi|' I I'l: 1 Ki'iMll'l", 'Mllhlll the l ne ''h'll,1' n, Hour!>nn and Wheat WhiakleB, from I Uirope. 'If, you saw at that time,a1 Maj. Gee 1 .
,, Valley-taken to Salisbury about
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el, d'et'el' "tP'u1 in 'he} orate. Qlim. &0.for '1 he antes of (;,"Ion ii J, vt'rpool lv the A. I can. [The witness pointed out
: C.*" !\d"s mido on con.lfnment( of the last of October-I belonged to the .
,,,J.,,,,, "" :.. '" .. 1'rn'luce) week amoiii, idio 7u, including} the prisoner as the man.]
''' ''-'"' -- 1 to I'GBY, BIUTTII k Co, Pblladolphla. ( OUUj.b litii( 151st N, Y. Volunteers.: I recognize the

,Ail; .:ll',4,.'1"' d941 ,1'.t'. .D sttri-si, 'cI _Marc'_ _u11"T,_7_. IStltl____ tw 25,000 !I.i SHI' eel ,1i, ann! "i-xjinrKit Themarket pi !isouer-saw him a few times in Sals- The Court adjourned until to-morrow
I '11' noil with tp Milvtiuv: f 3.4ii., luly-tie was called Maj. Gee-I remained morning.
TO it .AII> run in nviscB : .
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but subg1'ti'" | 'I.I il i'\l arketc'usniCfiat ,
22d of
nt Salisbury till the day
,Uii leesq tyro, (i2 91/1..r.IIII',1] nr ton, for the :\\ \ GOODS With i Mi.h, din u''iHiansii 2UICOIIJOH !I I Febiuaty, 1805-while there the supply The Advertising Swindle.The .

1of 'Ihsnrtlon$1 00 II eta iiio;..! 83 34, ,87 ; Ki"'. of rations was small, so wa the fuel. Boston Traveler
H"ii ,itmilliMlt') 'llwnlon, ... 75 twenties nl 71 l 3--U7I I 1'2. (U.ukii of states that the police ,
K-riitU' uiid:, Lcif'il Nit lres to ho churned France rut o'' disco ill. 3| I heard Gee al one time, as he came to ore looking after the advertising swindles .
the back of the large brick building and
I the niiH'H Irtt.la"I I n '\'prtlneinontaI'xsiVt NEW.: YORK, IPii 6 The slramship in that city, and hunted the following
two men with him ay, "when you see a up
V flee nf IJU Cuba /Jan. AII'IVhlVllh I advices to
; lon its AdminVriM' Kurnpenn latest
paii.ei. ins, fire in among them and make advertising of the kind :
f, Vilu'i, ih oliirtp Ah til Loto 00 the 24,h int.fh .
PRATORIUS & CLARK hem bcatler"-thel
1'v, | wits dull e'el'e a good many "PERSONAL.A young: lady of seventeen
>iltinrv SniloHH, Prl'iiitm' .if Re-ru'CI aid) Mar |l'I".r| .lion market
men bhut back of that large brick building
i and tend dnwnttI.I'll the yenrs wishes form the acquaintance of agent .
rift Sales
?irf I i H 'itl-ie ni' its. ng nn
: the should abouta
teas.rtna ,v., __ 34lli. 6 HIM i rat\, s, !Aliriiibng Up,amis atm al bakf'l'y-1 judge : lemon with a view to matrimony. I amresiding : .
dozen nut killed but
-some were were
with an old uncle who
-- ----- .TAILOLIS\ keeps vigi-:
Cuitsii taken to the hospitals never heaid au)' Lint watch over my expenses, which I can't
86j'i47j' Five.iwt-ntits, 71J a
+ $ $ nxn l! nrll 7H. ; vanting given before firing-I saw one submit to. He is guardian over the prop-,
shut while he had his shirt off sit-
I am heir to
erty at
It t> pHRlively a- n'I'led 1 thai Head Cen my marriage, the
TALLtHASSEE. FLA. ting near a tree by the hospital) was amount of which in about fifty thousand
tre Mti'pliens in n guest Mnchell in
about three rods off when the
A J, PEELER, Prtris. two or dollars. I will send my photograph and address

In reel) xlinn in the House, ol guard shot him. on receipt of 50 cents, or will grant an .
'ATTORNEY AT LAW, Common, whetter any discussion had taken Ilemy, J. Babbitt, 23 years old, residesat interview with any gentleman at anyplace
Albion, Orleans county N. Y.-was a within 30 miles of this city on receipt of
between ,the and Ainer-
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 1"\TK ire now rx-i-Mne a fine assortment of place English .
,, 0 1 CLOTHS, CASSfMEIlES VESTINGS can Governments relative to Mr Chase's U. S. soldier in the fall of 1863, in the $1 to pay traveling expenses Address
.t, O.lca up Stairs over the State Bank. proposition (for international of 151st N. Y. Regiment.I Po't_ Office, Box 3,585, Boston." '
an Congress
T7 Mluo "loans' trout On. 111. to 1 p. in., and LINEN
J' Tram :2 tub p. ,n.f GOODS, France aid England, and Ainorica, Mr. believe I recognise/ the accusedsawhim Deputy Constable Darker visited the t
j Oa'ohiri118m Gladstone answered that IIP could find no at Salisbury prison, heard him called Post Office nt an early hour on Tuesday

' -- Clothing and Furnishing Goods evidence that any such proposition had I John II. Gee-understood he held the and during the forenoon a man visited the I

EDWIN A HART been received J lankof Major. office, proceeded lo box N.. 3,585, and

: Coii.lstlii.t( In part, of the following : Advices Irnin Germany continue to look I was quartered near the dead house, took about forty letters from it, whereupon

ATTORNEY AT LAW Fine Black, Hum and Brown Broadolotha; warlike, in a Sibly' lent, while in prison at Salis- the officer arrested him upon a charge of

Tllu'k Doeskin, Fancy Spring: Cuaalniercs; The entile stack of the Anglo-American bin y-I saw Gee on the 29th of January, obtaining money under 'false pretences and

.'f\ MADISON, FLA. Illnn Flnniu-ls, Blaok Drup d'EIOj; Telefcrnph Compnnv has been Kiibscr,be.d.BEPOBTEn with two officers they went by my lent locked Court.him up He for is examination a man about in 40 the years Police

Black 'ind Colored Italian Cloths; -at that same time the dead cant came
practice 'In the Courts of the Middle FEMAN EXPEDITION. the ordered of the of age, and gave his name as Henry C. Morton r
WILL up, guard some priso-
) ', ,, Cliruit.Febru \Vliliu Colored and Fancy Linen Puck.jWhite. ; but his real name is said to bo Augustus .
NEW YORK April 5.-It is reportedthat nets to load the dead-they in three
'. 11'V 15, ISDU. 47f Colnied and FAncy Linen Drillln i'i ) II, Morrison. 1
Back aid Blown, Silk Mixed Coating; n Fi man exptd.lion has sailed, some bodies, the men said they belived the
It is stated that he i is married resides in
for Bermuda ethers for Ciimpo Bello thiid man bieathed-ihe doctor went to ,
: W. H WEITNER Fairy arid \Vlillo'' MiirauilleR; say Maiden and is of
!a. him and said a man considerable proper'y. -
there was life in the man
B'ark Silk Velvet and Silk
Vo.llng.j; Ho informed the officer
ATrJRtrEY AT ,:AW "'hlto. Bro in nnu Huff Linen Shirt; and stepped back and said something to the advertisement for the fun of the
T.tncn and I'nperCotlnrs, Lisle Thread; 1\"rI15-ln the S' nnt' Gee-Gee sail 'never tuind-he.. will b. 't

MADISON, FLORIDA. Cotton and I Merino Half nO.Oj; to-day Ilu Civh. K'ililB' lull was wunnlj,) dead by the time he gets there! ," that is, thing.Of the letters that !Morrison took from
.., Cotton and Gauze Merino 'lij-cu-hcd H..n lievenly, JnhiiRon made npowelful the man in the wagon-both ofiiceis then
111TIf.I. PI' : TWI<: tN THE COURTS OF Finn Undorshln, the box yesterday, about contained
'V Mlddlo Circuit.Uoo Fine Linen, Fine Jeans; aruii enl I in support of the Presi- turned low'aid the small gate-two men, twenty
each in
I ?3, 1885fJULIAN Cotton FI:i. net and Merino Cadorehlrti; d..ni'n veto 'I he vat was postponed unnl (one named Broad) look this body and fifty cents the number postal of currency.letters taken f
previous days
--- to-iiiuriow., can led it tu hospital No. 5,-I then
Llnlu Thread Berlin and Kid
Gloves; from the box which Morrison has had for
H\iulkerclilofH, Black, and Fancy Silk Ties Hun. lexand,, r Stephens\ had an interview wens back to m) lent-in an our or hour ,
lime has
BETTON and Cravats; wi'h ih President l.> day and a half, that body was brought back some :Jieen as high as seventyfive I
]hundred.THE .
DEiLBIl IX Suspenders, Cashmere Overahlrta: ruoviDK.NCK.piil, 5 Oen.* Burnside tu the dead hoiue-I saw it brought or one :

Also a fine assortment of has born elected Gouinor with but slight back-he was said lo be alive when taken ;,
Boots, Shoes and Leather, 0iposition.|, Iioni the cart to the hospitil put SIMPLE SECRET.--Twenty clerks ina

!MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS' my hand under his arm, and jt was warm, ,. stoic. Twenty hands in a printing,:: office.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. THE feC'iVELL CONTROVERSY. and be opened his mouth several times- Twenty young,:: men in a villacc. All want J

First Door North ol State Bank. Spring and Summer Clothing !! PHILADELPHIA, \ pril -TIe Evening the weather was cold at this time-the to get along in the world and all expect to

March 6, 18DJ. 3m mli2T If Telegiaph publishes' curd from Senator man had on only a shirt when put in theca do so. One of ,ihe clerks will rise to be it
Scovell, of New Jersey lien)illjl that he -dou'i know bow long he had beenin partner nnd make a (,)I'lune. One of the

was prouiisi, an ufiiuial position' by Piesidt the del house compositors own a newspaper and become

I PLOUaHS: ANDPLOIJ' Direct Trade with Europe >nt JoniiHiin lor his Influence In defi'iiling/ Rebel officers recruited several times Hn influential and prosperous citiren. One

tho election( tit a red fill to lie IT. S. Si n- amoiii the piisnneis-they usually called of the apprentices will become master-build
ful' about 4UO men, what they called a er. One of the villagers will get a hand
1 -_ SOUTHERNEXPOItTAN ate.The Teltigrapi.: > i ubhslies i e tan s battalion,-ilu-y oh'eied $.iO:; in money some firm' and live like n pntrmrch. But

I "VTOS.. 10, 11, 50 and (nn .Plniicln. ; of parties uholat'd}, uia :-C"Vill ali anil clou"' e i aliens. as bOO n as enlisted which Is defined' lo be the lucky individual
J.\ 6 and 8 Inch Ciut II ilf Blmvol: do.t ,
8 I Inch wide Iroi.| 1MPORTo | hem cool weir the cast I saw two notices-t>ne on a tree, and ? Lucky ? There is no luck in it. The
1 For sale at one on the StiUiir's shop-the notices thins is almost ascertain. as the rule of I
D. B, UEOiv.xisg & co's. 1'00 EWUIK| .MARKKrs.:
: i eat : three. The young:; fellow who distances hi*
Fe"ru.rl' 27, MM tf
: 1NY.IN NEW TOI.K April I l.:, -Cottun heavy ; '.\IIlicl' :-400 furetgneis wanted to competitors is he who musters liii business,

sales 1,200 1 bi't's| at .HiS'Ju.: fiilm in the Confetleiate army. They who preserves his integrity who lives clearly -
n3""ITHINC: addition to their AgnnU already there,tile
l. :! Export aud Import Company will Gold, 123:: shall ,irceiu- $.">0 in money and double and purely who never gets in debt, who ,
.\ Mind to Kuropii: Mr. T. '1'. BERNARD: yho will I iiiuoiih, HS MIOII as enlisted.! By order of gains friends by deserving them, nnd puts
H. B. FITTS & CO.ALIE KU with special reierunoo. to thin section. TRDCTIVt,. FIIIH: IN rilAKI.HtTON
i M.ij Juiiii IJ. Dee, commanding Post, his money into n savings bank, There ore I

nuyv ,prepared lu exucuto every dti crlp. Goods, Wares &c., CIIARL&TONpnl *> \il xL" niwcoiiSapration jjulislni.y: N. C." many ways tu fortune tint look shorter t II{
I <)fBLAOK3MITHINO iiecuiiiil. here this mom ne. lliis was in the last of November or than this dusty old highway. But the \\I
A. it Iii contemplated to freight a vessel for St.
I ""rkl,1I rare opportunity In presented to Mer.httntH destroying sevenrick biildin! '_s. known IIH firs i of December.M staunch men of community, the men who

nd In the lien milliner, ,,",111. low an y r and Planters of outniiilng\ goods at less flob' Hunge, on ,Kin { street/ with heavy M. Scholther, aged 25, \lives in Ala- achieve something really worth having. 'I
"1 the CII" "r '"II..rllll, &0., will admit 01. iiv) than New York wholesale prices. A* the Company stocks ofgoods 110" los-. is e-tiina ed nt mance county good fortune, good name, and a serene oil S'
't nave, mm ,roll the HurvlcuK of some nf the lire nlile( to make their purohuaoa" direct id Hindi insured 1 was in the Confederate service and all this road. I
[ruin the F.iolurleii, they are enabled' to deliver $100,000, $700110 was age, go t
.i\, 3? 3T 3MIFH3 IN THE STATE, Kinida at reduced '''I.... Inasmuch however, aaunlum mostly in agencies of Northern companies.MORE \ belonged to Lee's army-I was at : --.... I.
of thin kind should be filed two months bury prison in 1805, and at that 8a1s'l
P ."." who inuy favor UH n:ith their patronage uheiid MurohnntH do.lrlnlto lay in noheapatook EMIGRATION SOUTH.-The Manchester, I w
Vtlt HM u 11I1..IIU',1 ttiitiro .JitifiuMiiii of Full UowU, should scud la their oraura u a conversation with Major Gee. '
AIENIJMIINTRIn: view of the N. H. Mirror alluding to the departure
) 1\
.nir1* 4lt">f JB tray opiJiMli ''I'I ** I'".t OtUce.Frfn. noon us pr ictiuihlu. "Strict' attention will be given was a man by the name of Dan'l( Keck in ( \
3, )3lj'JlfUj lo the smallest, orders fact that I the Abuhliuiiiats in Congress piibon there, sentenced for five years this Spring of larae numbers from New I
have proposed came ,'i ighiy' 'dd .iinend conlinement for deseition. lie belonged England to the South and West, Buys that
AGRI CULTURAL MACHINER'1.By merits to the Constiiution! II fcttous el a number have already left Manchester for
UUL r'\RS I lo the IGtn N. C., Co. E, Lee's army. I
the tnrllV of 1805, Aurloultqrnl Machinery lew in Keu'iic' ,> ,offers! ihe annexed went there to take him a box of provisions Virginia and otlur parts of the South, while '
U u i nthhe'd fret qf duty. Stationary and I'oru. amendments (for' t ,e t'onrideration i of the 01 hers are wailing but for the se,son to be a
and there iu the before
Me Knxlties used for Agricultural come !got morning,
CARDS 1 purposes .
under this olasH, and lUll)' be obtained 35 and 40 Constitution tinkers day, on the Mam, and waited until day little farther advanced. But for the precarious
per cent. cheaper than those made North I. Every freedmaii shall, have a bureaufor light, and then \\eutup to the garrison condition' of Southern society at present ,

BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS Laborers and House Servants. hltusell! with j looking ghita on ihe ninth* box I went in at the gate- the number would be still\ larger, for it
it he it. is conceded that opportunities for '
top, wants I the sentinel admitted me and turned meOVdl generally
&0. &0. &,. inunt nileollli uf Servants..11.,11011l'lIl and Laborers be given, only to the auoh proouro.being 2 ,,Every freedman, shall have, a eecro to the officer of the day. I told him business there are not to be excelled i 'f

si'l.cii'd" .,mfiirulihtestlruoululiof good character. tary. that 1 had a \l-os: of pi'o visions for a Confederate ----m--- rAT
-- An Mr, Bernard will 1 have early III May, U la 3. Every freed boy or girl shall have a prisoner, and he told me that I Detroit, on St. Patrick's Day, huge '
oIomIbnl\ all oidara should be left with him w cdrobe. would have to see Maj. Gee. I went into seals were posted I !bearing the motto, "God 1
tlavtpg rfoehod a .p'1lhl'' .()rlrn..ol of p.r"r but time. 4. freed child the Green." Some wag, not (fearing
BJiqll have save
1.'orIIrllrr! i iirlloulnrj\ or for olroulara ,con Every ever* Mnj. Gee's I.tllce.Iaj! Gee was in bed, i
tulnl' 'g euflt of European: ..rile I.., apply to tbirig it cries,for and 1 wailed until he came down. As he the Fenians, had the word "horns" printedin

The finest 1 Iiili] ; anil Paper B. F. FLOYD, Prealdent.. 5.: White people, whether free or not came in I caw another gentleman with type tu correspond and hnd them pasted -

; T.. BIiRNAIW, Agent, Via.J must behave themsplveu, him. He tool; a letter from' his pocket after I he last word of the motto much \

ThUOlBcelapnjiiu-ed toeieoateUY Tallahassee. Fla. Q. AH people til n urdor, noi \\t red, Hal! haul to Maj Glee, "I have a letter to the disgust of the brothel'hood. Tho .. \

Miiroh'-- ,-29-, 18A6., .. Bvr muni tote; tiom a 1" iKQllel' of war hero from his Canucks hove sufficiently recovered from
t ; KIND OF pnH 'r NG,4tl L 7 Every (rep wli t,- mule citizi' n of the motlier, who ishes to send him some the fright to laugh over the matter and, .

I To tracers Confectioners.! age of twenty.one. y< ar. or tinier, and of things," and he said thai he would \like togo I they enjoy it hugely.

YwJI TO TtiR: 4 4*. x. I I I WG nave J '.1 received; ;a large lot of splendid will t.ko ,(ha path e would ben negro if and asked the Major to read it. The Maj. Prentice nays : then Scn lol' Sumnrr j

I -..- ( lirnv D IptoFA'JER,Wrapping Taper, which we he could. ref:jbed to do so, and also to let him go was traveling in Europe to get relief from
I kill rnuuMfnntura .. in the piibou. He said he wanted to see the effect of the blow administered to him'

APLr.J1DII'Lu'I' f ; :a..A.G A toast at an/ lri.h Souel" >'n dinner at the pi'isoner and would wi ite back to his by Pieston Brook, the Republicans had u

.iNI PRINT ,TO ORDER. Cinclnaati! : "ll-r.'s tu the Piesi.lent of mother, Maj. Gee told( him he could not great d.ullo say about "the eloquence of

the Society, Patrick (J.It.rrtv, in' go in to bee any d-n yankee, or take his vacant chair Pity it isn't vacant now;
ENVELOPES OF ALL SIZES .I This U a tplondld their bu opportunity.ln Ufora for Grocer and. ha \live to ate the hen that icratclirs uver anything/ to a d-D yankee. The man we would rather hear its eloquence than t
Ibata to keeP "'"a the p1.
then went out and I taw him his.
tOE Uti .HUP1; ji.ll: TLN&Lo OTFIOB. hif,gray''I.I'j j no more, tv

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I' -- : equlvalentto pat don. tire to recto the Blessings ot uniiiipnired!, and 90 soon ns these

I BY SHOBEFT' & :OLIVER t I} 'I The'" paidon of memt n >era'.. of the Con- and tie upn Leaf r every blee.lins Uw Picimtetit, should the objects( ore accomplished, the. war oughtto :\
*ar a. to
='::;;==-F'.r '-: ) iH-ff-' ferlc '. to Conjiefes( <<1 i iii not a lit subject' for which has h en caused by, the l' : : | cpa-e. Sennle
. Chea test A'cjwapcr; hi I !fhcSta'cIHeint'WooUly ( I I. I" '( : lisctussion by limp pi'ess jtlsLand"'.: Weliiivo'coiinJonce war" I hnf ''choseo you ,as an : Slate in ;Jprop'orllon; ,.on lM i.r.th!! of.1nl ', 1801J; adopteda
dldy----. -----M----- # .. ;thJit. the :Pietmlenl will ment to assist! me in this gl'l'nt / | ipsoliillon in the words following, \\11. :
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\Vc+ The Sonata resolution t Is that olfeied
decide the
jasLly and! do what is right in the [
......-... --.-...... .1, work, y apijolntmg you to "1\ also for saying, that by ;Mr. Johnson him>m, mind is wibntnn.
., matter, aL the time. This much, \ of |
1 office
proper of !
,v ee1dy..t.--.1''' '' the of this State Bally the Name ns that adopted in the
{ people"
r" ,;. : L' t. ..' t. however. can be said will propriety : The Freedmen 'in this Strtte/Yott of nllnSI'-F.DlTOIl8.] .
the :
Allent" for The !Scnllucl.Tfr Rpntlemen who 6onstitttted the Congrpw: appointed me-your course, is ..worse' And whereas, these ipsolutloiis. lliongh\
of Jthe; ) Confedera'cy :rnt lllchmgnd and make tli9 lefY he present not joint or concurerit! in form, are 'lIh-
] ? D. at Qnincy.MI ; ) ,, wore culated to Lear.open'
I think II1I't'donl'! the and be
,*. TU'OMA: {JENKINS, at Madison. elected by the r'hoi-Lft: : of the States they' which were fast healing, bleed State great you injustice in stantiully having repressed slIm\o the sense may, of Congiess regardedns

ihdu DREW Jacksonville. repie'aetmted, and in sspI.l linlt"there for Heicafler whenever I shall which
-IIIr:Cotti who hive upon the subject to .they relate:
Col. D. TAYLOR nt Feihandina. tho purpose of legislating! ; simply obeyedthe \poinUng to a State office a ns Ingrates nnd '

Maj. F. C. BAUIIBTT, at Gainesville. wishes and co'minands 'of.time people I shall be warned to remember of the President. I Wlvpieis: by, my proclamation{ of dm .
they duly appreciate lath of June! ]last the insurrection in lima
1 Mr? C. B. c at MrfufiVollo Acting only in a Representative capacitynnd of Rev. Mr. Honus'. Hereafter,
Jonssox ,
,. 'I, course of the President State of Tetmessae v rs declared to have
'! Mr.\ W. L. S'rnoaIAN, at Centre\ille. in good faith, is it right and just that tlemen from the North appear been suppiessed, the authority of the
,,.'Kir. JOHN A GUnon. at Savannah, On. they should bo made to stiller an indefinite ready to join with mid In any good : suitable they United Stags therein to he undisputed,
period! of lime, for the acts of those who no matter what their d worthy of !it. and such United Slates officers! as had
r.l'ALT..AHAISI1JJ1: : that ( you have done the benti duly commissioned to be in the undisputed
position: and be have A
icsponsibility friendship may you put
exercise of their official functions
.. United Stales -
upon thl'1II1 Ui6se, too, who took up the power of some to say take injustice, : andWhereas

TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 180G.It anus against the 'government: of the ]let experience put a clog upon course has led the peo- there now exists no organised

". _y. "- .--- United States, 'but oho have Lees pardonoi fidence." States. to talk treason armed resistance of misguided citizens,

!, 'TRLDGRAPIlIC NEWS--received after! by the President foe so doing ?1 We think As I have before stated I do against the general nor others to the authority time United
States, in the States of Georgia, South
our I is ready to to \\ill bo not and such believe is the action of the Pi evi i-
paper go press, ; wi candid your right to entertain or Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee -
; fount on third page. It is too bad! and honest public .sentiment both North opinion you please-my from me. By his Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas,

." ---.r--------- and South. you have expressed one )', he has done more Mississippi, and Florida, and the laws cnn

.;::0'Vnllu I"S Li'ilcr.Via .-- and another to the COlli 1/1 ittcc. I put together, to re I be sustained and enforced theiein" by
proper civil authority t Slate or Fedeia'l,
invite the special attention of our Go,'. Wnlkcr's Lfllcr to ICcv.I another thing I complain of : of the people to the and the people of the snie! Stales me well

readers;'&orLh and South, to the characteristic ,. IHI. BIoliDs.We yon, according to your ; j his recent veto mes and loyally disposed! and have confoimed, ,

a; teller of Governor WALKER on are bv known that majority of the us that we still live or will crnfoim, in their Legislation to
permitted 'Governor
WALKER l.mal. Government I the condition of affairs growing out of the
this page. e to publish the fellow ing letter in answerto this State "talk treason upon the amendment to the Constitution of time

'} :'", WI!' are sorry thai Mr. HOBBS should one tccently received by him from without concealment," and yet )' dozen citizens of this United States prohibiting, slavery vv'uhni

.' ,, have abused the confidence of our people Chaplain HOBOS : not reported any instance either ready to rally around the limits and jurisdiction of the Uniled

end their Chief Magistrate, in this Slate., Major General Commanding support of the Govcin- States ;; andWheeas
ExncoTivn OPFICK, ) in view of the before recited
Cut we are glad that the fine opportunity Tallahassee, Fla., April "ill 18CC. J myself. You held a commission premises it is the manifest determinationof

,_ presented fins elicited a communication Rev. L. .1[ holds, Lancaster, Pa. : You knew (that I had sworn to <1 that, under the cir- j the American people that no State of

which ,will command marked attention Sin :-Your letter of 12th March was the Constitution of the United i it, my duty to appoint i its own will has the right or power to go .

wherever) it shall be read. received on the 31st ult. You enclose You knew it was my duty, as than yourself to act ns out of, or sepaiateilsplf fiomor be np.ia-

Vie promise ourselves the exquisite your testirromy before the reconstructions fixed purpose, ,to have all traitors Schools for the fieed-. rated t&pn-foip: from, ,,each the American Stale ought Union to, and remain that,
pleasure of paying onr respects to thi committee which Is as follows : ed. You knew that it was very and that yonr Coinmi -'I sod constitute nn integial part of tie

qrqilSiitt; Ytvcrtnd gentleman, ill the next "Rev. L. M.\ Hobbs, te" iflos that in cial to me and the State, of i om this date. United :Sillies: ; andhcirns

I issuo'ofour/ paper ; and v>e shall not for Florida the feeling against the Government were an officer to hear people '!-r.fully, \\' the people of the several be- .
was bitter, much more so luau it \ nhdient, sent, (fui a-wen io ipd States (have, in the mnnIIPI -
gsLY.to/remind our leaders: that, besides was three or four months ago. Theta. was son on the streets without ; aluieviid. when 1I1i1fctol'1''h11'1Ice: : .
this HOUDS, there are many others Jfolili- a time when the people seemed very much and yet, instead of reporting this D. s. WALKER: Unit limey, ui.q'iieM.e' in ibis impoitant; lesolntiou -
ling around disposed to do "all is well till 'nor State of Florida. of Ihe National Union
i through ,the South, on piettyiijuch anything that the Oo\'elll- your report was ,
.t lie same schedale.l ment would require of them. They are before the committee in :-. S ----- Whereas, i it believed to he a fundl-
now quite bitter, and what mental piuidpln of the Government that
say they would "
l i.", -- -- not have dared to say three months ago.! then you I reported "all is wrong. :\ EB ? the people who have revolted, nnrl who

t : The New 1'ork World. They talk treason on the streets without did not have confidence in me to have been Ol'el co.lle and subdued, mu>the

.. any concealment. The great majority of that I would punish treason, you, of Habeas Corpus I dealt with so as to induce them to v,r- '1.
We tuveuiadefiequent allusions to this them do so, the majority of the lower not to Lave held a commission lnally} become friends or else they must
uJmiiabla paper, which is obtaining n classes. A few intelligent citizens whom he -at an End he held,! by nillilmy power" so as to pie-'
If had confidence
not in
very }large!;:: circulation in the South-much regards as honorable gunilemen! deplore( you vent them finm" ever' aain doing ha'm as
larger than: nny oilier Northern papor has, the expression of such opinions( but they ought, at least to have bad it in !fCCt..MATICN, enemies which last named policy is abhonenl '
or ibably'pv are very mucli: in the minoiity, and can General Commanding this to humanity and fipedoin, ,} ; and
p r H ill have. It stands
up have but little influence in the allairs off You must have known that it htve'ln"w ', April 2, lf-6);. wheiens, Lhp constitution of the United
squarely and consistently for the rights o the State Govei'nment. The than-ie: in :States: pi.nidp." { f("- n constitutional: commonwealth "
all the people and, all Hie States of theUnion'gives tone i is becauce the leniency manifested jUte both him and myself to 1801!! HIP FrnNldpiit 011 the, I.V'i'! mi'v as :States:; amid notns Territories '.
: by the one lo talk tieason either in : I i or
; thu (piesent Administiation. piovincpspintecioijiies; and
Recousti, uclion 'policy oftiie : in virtue of HIP |pomp ;
-"._ ':'leiiiJcnt u most able ant} vigorous You then proceed! to say that you do openly.I the ConMicuJinn! and th Vli3ien Siuh ,CMnstUiitPii; Stale must
met ssauly be, and lilt! ,
.. supppit, and does swift execution upoia noL know -.\haL I may thiyk of this testimony will remark that it is singular I: : the laws of time Unite,{ 1 \ mil laws of the United by StateJJIP l Consultation,' made

the Radicals und faclionisls in Congress, that you hope" you have not odended majority of the people should! [ in ,time and States time pxpHilion of Sout'i, ',' I equals} and placed on a like footing/ as to 'etS

Wetiustlls circulation and influence/ at mo, nor lost my confidence, and ask treason openly before you, while \ :: Alabama! Flotilla, political luhts: immunities, diumry awl "

the Soulh, may increase, for the good o if you have"thloll'lIth"'"e fat into time file. ," HuulofUie kind has ever and Texas: b: the favor aro will united the several States with which
f&c.. in ponpiful, to be ,
both sections of the though am daily Mippipv--'
co utl.lry. IVisousdining WheipaThe obsp'vnnce: of political
to subscribe should! addles "Th 41 After much anxious Jehbeiatiun, ii an- the people[ from every part of the couise of jndfcial vested 1" '" equality as a pihciplo! ol right and. justice -

.World, No. tJlj j Park How, New YOlk, ,'' surer I have: to say, that your statement I have heard much complaint and pincers m' is well calculated to encourage the '
bofuiethe n thnt this Stale is }ppople of the Stat s to be and become
conimiltee people, not another
Daily I : 10 per jcirj j Scmi-cckly i ; has given me nu>iepniu proclamation, more and moip, constant ar\d '
Weekly\: $2-ten copits $10.;; I ihun, ,anything else that has: i :'curled! representation( Congress, day' of August, in tli. in their leiiewnl of al'esiance.' : ,
-/I. nce of ,an act f ,.;
... since I have been in the Executive Ollice. expressed be recognized as m ) July 13.h, 1801; tlu f' Whereas, standing almips'm11iI lry'oc- K i I
In furjuent conversations! w';.h myself and Union, much egret that the otgia, South Carolina, eupntions. mnl.tinllaw, military tribunals

.. A r1uri. iJi.uStatement.. many oiheis, you have led me lo believe [policy does not pi evail ; but not Tennessee, Ala and the suspension of the writ of habeas ,..

W e are| "'lrp.bel. \Vo find in the specialWa.hlurcIm that your opiui"ns'mere directly time opposite !! have I heard from any person, Texas, Arkansas, Mis-! corpus to the are public, in iule lime<
correspondence of The New of those )'ou.e.pressetl before the that was calculated or Intended e excepting the in- with the individual rights of citizens, con- .,,;
of the :State of
Yolk }Times under date of April: 2d, a committee. You had fieiiuenl'y, } spokento a VVM against the Goveinmeut, I part of the Alleghany naiy to the geiiius", and spirit of uur'fioe
J. statement; tllJlt a member of the late (Jimfcdeinie ) institutions, and an exhaustion of the na ,
me of the kindness vvKh which you hid sir y the Union. To be candid of such other pails of '

'l ((01' .lebel) Congress! fioin the been every where received in this State, I must say, I do not believe othet States before to tionnll'e.ourc..s be anctinnedor!< and allowed ought),not except, tteiefoie in case, ",.

State of Tloiidn, had just left the Federal and of the general: disposition manifested heard more Limn I have, for the maintain and! the n Constitution loyal adhe of war or for repelling invasion or for the

Capital; Paving ineHectually sought apaidon by the peoplo to aid in limo great and good tie people to be in'the Union, and ( t tune! to time occupied i suppression of insurrection or lebelhon.Whei r

} ;; ft'on) the Pi csident-the evident t I walk in hid you and I were engaged; of of it, is so universal and \ the fotcca of the Uni 'eas, the policy of the Govei nmentnf .
the United Steles from the ,0.-
declining; ( to consider applications for : ( in the dispersion of beginning ..
educating 'he colored can't believe other has been
people-you had, any declared of the insurrection to its finllll111pWesioll!
to be In a
Lgrdou'froru/ members of that legislativetody. also poken' frequently of tho good order ed. Tnatyou have heard our : against! the United has been in confuimily iLl1lhe principles [

and quiet which (pievailod in tho country, press bitter complaints, against herein set forth : p

,1'be-, .above slati'ini'til; is ile.uly: errone- and of the universal disposition of the, ate known' as Northern ) another proclamation of Therefore of the United, I, Andrew Stales Johnson do President I- "
Old sj fur ud relates to of 1802::!, issued in herl'bpl'O -.

any our lteprebenbitive3 par
have doubt. That those
people to adapt' themselves l to the new no claim and declaie that the insurrection
in tie ('otmfede ate Congress! order of things and become again good have grown in bitterness, the of same Congress,, the approved insur which beielofoie existed in Ihe States of
XIi h..e. 'of,. them #Jia've' visited'! Washington and ordeily. citizens of time United States or four months, is also true. to he still existing Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina,

fur" tlio purpose! of pressing an applicalion Only a few days befor l '''ou left here fur our people have manifested' their with the excep Virginia Mississip},, Louisiana, Texas ;and Alabama Florida,! ,Aikansas is at an,

to the Piesidonl fur I'aidon. If wenrisinko the Nui lout site and desiro to letiiin to the Uuiou counties in the
',. tl\, j 01,1 you ?wpubi' have and end, and henceforth to be so regarded. -
apt, neither .Messrs. MaxwELL, occasion to nuka knonn these sentiments ing time oath proscribed' by the 6 another proclamation In testimony hereof I have heieunlo

BAKED, HILTON, DAWKI.VS, SA\neitsod, \ In public addresses. It was understood "to SUppOIL'th"" CuDstitulloii l of day of April, 1801( set my hand and caused the Seal! of the
United Stotea to be
MARTIN,'nor Epocus has left the $ f between your and act Congress of nUUeil.
tlile us that addresses would be tell States aiul K) abide by, Tof Done at the
+ city Washington!!; this
since' tho. 'srlsm! louder. ," or .siueo their IP'tm published! and have a good effect! in disc* support all laws: and ; the of exceptions August IGlh, named 1803 i in, second day of Apiil; in the year of our 7

.n fiofti Richmond. Mr. McLEOD' busing the Xortbern mind as to the true have been made during the the inhabitants,of the, Lord one thousand eight hundred and

however, our present Representativea ( condition of the South, and that you lion, with le'feience to the : South Carolina, North sixty-six and of.ibe, Independence of the
( time Congress of the United States would send them ,pl', Alabama, Louisiana United States of America the ninetieth
pro, to me, and I would of slaves"-after their Convention : (Signed) ANDREW JOHNSON

\ seeded (Washington. some weeks since, have them rcpublt&hejlere! ; with a viewto nulled Limo ordinancu of secession lime Mississippi forty'eight, Florida counties and i I!y the President:

"arum".d aud. pnuipped", with his credential give our people a good opinion of ated all debts contracted by West Virginia, j Wn. II. SEWARD, Secretary of State.

duly certified by the Governor and Northern mell.fler all this, toe first I since the date of secession, I New Orleans, Key West, FROM--WASHINGTON.. "-

Secretory\ of State, for lha.puipo&o ofclalmi'os heard from you after you left hero was the slaves free" opened to them! S. C., were do-
1. > state of rebellion 1VASUrxaros, April 4-1'he President
his : against
scat. OM TUAD.
the above recited testimony befoy the Courts, admitted them as to-day, SNit to the House a communication

1. Im follower refused to admit him, committee. cases i dll which they are ( se of Representatives, from the Governor of Alabama asking

and lie took his departure from Washingten I have certainly no right to complain and declared that they "shall :! 1801, adopted resolu that that Slate be allowed to assume,

about two weeks kince Probably lie of your giving expression; { to any opinion lighlsof persons and property following : and pay, in Stat !bonds, the tax now due
'i ibe House of from her, or that delay of payment
is,the person alluded to by the distinction and Represen may
correspondegtoJ honestly eateitaiued either befoio the of color, ; Congress of the United be authorised until lime State, by sale of
'; The Times;. but Mr. McLBoo ati committee or elsewhere, but I feel a deeper -' amendment; to tho Constitution present deplorable civil bonds: or of taxation, make provision for

.,' never member of the Confederate Con regret than I can. express that you United States, prohibiiing slavery ed 'u|>onihis; country legislation. .
nor was either of llio Senator should have I } of the Southern States The Senate again refused today to go
Mess : Imposed upon me and abuses} w here in the Union.. I say, after
against:! the Constitution into joint session for a choice of Senators :!
elect, (ruin this State ever a member of confidenco.by: expiessinj: .ono get of ple have done all this, and !in: arms around th from Albany.

that body. ,"; 'I. opinions tit me, ,when in fact you' entertain 'else they understood the Govei' national< emergency Resolutions were passed in the Senate

It may:. be tine. that'tho, President de another. You know'bow earnestly I desire them to dot thfir any ) Il all feelings of rexent- today, exp'' eniug regret at the veto.

cliuea' to" consider. appllcafioiis. : for pot dun .desire/"to bling about' )11. eia, of good fist tt l tll. lIJ.m.' ; well)"loss% a:: majority: 'its warl duty'is not to the waged'whole NEW YORK-MARKETS,

frtiunmen mbe'a.,, 119fl? 1 !Junr.)gclvretto .Cult '1IlIIlcl: : :; lYateniiiy','' and< lu uako the tJl o. trqusuu; either.openly! \ or bt1Cre sphit, of oppression, nor on I Nsw ,YPRIC,14 jlril I'rfCotuuit'hetvy.ifc -':!:

grersrt) leu4 1 iiy was IUlf\OUlcdJi, last weak) plmoftho: .South l feoJ j iliat' Lhlseof the1 much' for luy.ciedidilyMil. i..i >" I } ol.conquesL out g subjtiga. 'Smt/ is to-dayl.OOObales, at''SO!! cents: "

tUt .o1.nS1! \tOIiI>J\j, had 1't'lu\'CIo.t: bi|"<' Not Lb fri Ihelr'Vrethrw/ilot( ./ i'r.lJ in'name; ''I 1 It is singular that you bhoiul : purpose of overthrowing t Gold, 271.a ,'2PYe9 JU aOI 1





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Our local, market/ report, for this !Issue j ?fdMrrjof the receipt, bl''lt:11'88111' :dec. i '. .... s3\t:\: > .MHMUltlST( MIL!*, ,

ji" excluded! by Intermiin leading matter y expenses, 1\'iI1'asSr nll life t\eferisP1 SCHOONER WM B, MANN "I -- > '

-to bo found on ev cry page.; -- --- -- -., ---- -- -- Duo nt Sty.'Jlfnrka loaded withMcKibbin i:aw, & A, jfir, sdfrrtf & 'co c ttrC d, ,ro rId II:!: Uadth-'J'. "
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I SPRING SOoDSI -\V7U: rospootfiillyi; ''nform mrfl/ frli'iulrf Chut tob\
UFAPY pon ACTION,"-On the books of > Y mo now u. i'mil { ; t1? : /nniMtnnPortaMeStesm: I
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'J'he Sentinel Office, there is a largo no Important from 1V Waslilngtou .! ; 1 I '
I LARGE STdCK 'd/ : ( EngraiMjna ,
cumulation\ of accounts falling due, end rqR A '

some, long pnyL due The most of these TUB PRESIDENT CHQES TILE MOD-, ; .,. 1

hare ne'pbpl'n rendered.It !. IFlCATlON'Ot'TlIi FURTlinilWSCDSSlON; TEST AND UATH-FINAL| & Allen. i P 1tIN1i H ANn) &&umnm -r"'il. ), .."'.. '' 'I'Ivw.1f '

is the dosiro of the] new concern to l'\HilAGJ: ; OF TIlE CIVIL 1UGI1TSU1LL. : : / -' \ -

"put the ship in tl' m" and get her ready i 1,000'pieces] Spring\ :: Prints, A"meiican <: t -. :i 1

for smooth ;,01-- : : i Hl'fagnc, I'hillip Allen's, Meiilmac.,' 'I' rJ fil; -- .' 'l' I
sailtngVe will
therefore COOS !
)ASDII\OT9:(, \ii'il 1 <}.-,":The"President &c..' &0: .'.'. . . ,. . . 200 'I f 1''! =.;>.-'.,,,,",, Ci'IO.K1fiPi ,
n out our next subscription l list, transmitted! to Con tr IPN9 to-day a eommunication -' :coo:: pieces :Spring DeL.iiues" . .271) / } : -

put, a cross mark, in led pencil, opposite front, tho Sectary, of the Tieastiry -'1 200 pieces J.awua anti Jaconets, . .>.r>a .\L this old \iMiil\ In T.illiilnuw": wl..ro.w", nr c ![ fDJ. \--: t"a.,. ,- (

this nallle of each 8ub ciiber \\hosesub- and Piauna\tfr! Oetieial, \ stisae!: lina a 100 p's Plaid and Stuped\{t:1I1"liI'R''OC prtpiri'il:t luni'inilj' rifi-toniiig, uiUi nil l lI'UI'I.1 I r I 'ii1 it< 7 L;i\.

modification of the Test OAth. They shon' CO pieces Mo/amblques" . .. .. !!U,1 \ } : I
MMlplion is due ; and, In week or Iwd. the of such legislation Plain and Fig Ciienadinet.OO: FfS1IiO11111)1OII'CSsGObdsGronallines ) .j'Sfl"lk
great impoilance; ,,50 pieces ) :; '' "
we will tender all accounts (due for ad' both l! in a pecuniary' anonluus. sense 10 !HUes I Brown Shining: : . 2 lIe I,' I j" 'I"\. ,=, ...d..J r"; ; 'j I',)f.. I>

verttsing.Ve do this, ns much in oliedienco of view, and the Viesident eninestly eom- 6 bales 1" f K' .i..23u: L :''J'I: = 'ii1j )\! .liItI I: : I
consideiatlon hnlet 4.4 "" : -. ".' '. .2c : nUll Organdies, I ; (I '' :
to the requests of the parties themSelves lueluls the/Slibjpotjto; the ettilv; 10 : ; .- t' .. ".":, I'
of COIIrl'! -,8, TIm innlt'er WaV lefel'led 10 bales 1-1 (Appleton A,} .. .. :i8J! i : as fur tho pin pose of blinking; np to the Judicial y ConitniMee. 5 bales 4-.J Star : . . . 2Hc I MUSLINS AND ,'PI .INTS, ( \ : :)

end sjstematlsing the] business pf ,theofflee. In the Senate, to-tlay, Mr. Lane, of.: ;3 cases ] leached Shilling I' .'Itc; ,t: .- .,_'' ,-'. 't",,' I!' 'IT':.1.. 0">:I" ,.
J\('1': iriAVjrji\ :! 1 'j.- ....,. =' .... ; .
Kaunas, offered ,joint resolution for the :2 cases I . 2Uc:: 1oi'J1I'1'im'fm1"1I11/ !- :, 'f'J

ndmission of" the Siiflliein' Stales! td i iepreHpnlation 'i cases ,14" Fme.27c I' ,,: .! >'r nEjsi:'!][ 'jl"i";"um\"' 3'lt"'i W1iC'Zsg ; i,: "

"IIOXOR TO WlIOM !tfoSOR 18 I>iUB)" on the conditions: tint, trio>' I :2 case 41" I. txti: a..S2i: : COLLARS IJD SETTS. J'' ; .....-,?.fs-sa" !.ifyPB5W'-r! ,. .
the Confedeiate debt endoisethe
Wo are truly glad of opportunity presented repudiate) federal debt [\ollulthe ordinances, ol i 1-no.u 1'UUltr'10 Tmiifr-iiouM. : ro\ bit;

in the following ]letter, to honor secession and the right of'MitFiasie I "
giant) WHITSJaconets ] ( {rn B'SL hi\otlif,' olili-Rt, 'Iu: 1':1'/1111,1' in-i t ..
till' name of the! bijghtest! star.' iu"the to colored persons'eho pay n tax on $:i"iO!; i : BOOTS ATID SHOES 'I WK' ))'lulu.w.irjtrt) In till 0111111')', onitnuud In in.ttI

proud' l(1t of FIoi I t.lil'SM A troll h of property, and can i rend and w i lie. Tape hecks, Nainsook: Soft I. ,: J.. '" I'u'lnrlnit l'urnbiul'nciits" .UurEmuu,;, '. "m ,
sopcr 'It Lilllt'ivll'll 1 IHI till test: '
Mr. Lane spoke of the necessity of immediate Mull Swiss Mull Dotted( Swiss Muslins; 'd' I ) liyp .
gailnrid'of glory will forever wreathe the i < IlATN1> ''o.Vl'1; lntiM ul'' MilIWoiliHIoii "'"pronoiiliul to I'"
action on the subject o\\ meconstruc- IV lute Tailotons, very: liiie u Uiilliunls] Table ", j' ''I' I"" 1.uIJlc! :, I : ; .' I
ineinoiy of, till gifted, peel less, matchless lion in order to baN the Republican' Damasks IiMi Linens.WHITE ".

W t'n name which we always party. 'CJILO T :1I"I"N'GI : AdapteJ to Every :Pariibs 3' Whoro

pronounce with reverence almost like The veto message in the Civil nights ,I I ,I., '. II"J" ....11 .? ,Power i3'ltetfnh'edli t ;

that which Moslem! had for rising sun. bill was taken up and Mime sharp contersntion AND COLOItliD I :Ia.An.cvv.h.n.E: : : ,' 'I ...' (:,Mii'li"'n"iAa: : : cimstniHly on InituV or IIIIIII--KI/ I
ensued between Mr. Lane and] Mr.Meade t" : t nhtirl nutter.1)1slri1Lvu, (
The lettei -emanating from .a distinguixhed -, the foiinei' endon-iniz the 1', ei i ets CllOCKl'IUY I l ; Ciruul.Ud, ., uith prtuclls" | ?,, tune u i

his ;evidence dent with 1 great vigor. rtt'lher debate! Musquito itiiiillutulun. -
botitce indisputable.TAtu I '" j un\ :' TOCK T" is n \ .
ensued, and at bi o'clock no cute. had t."i4, flay Hiiijut. ivuiiiinii, It.iJlll' I
,\SSBR, Ft A.J/ Gtli 18(50.( \ l'ieuItUl'ili# tlts I .
April been taken. /! .Imllt'm! M irtli i_27,, ISft. .J II "

Capt. ,J. II Ell RIES OLIVER, '1'IIP Mouse unseated! Mr. Brooks 1. of A (LARGE LOT OF ,', "u" / I 'IJ"&c : -

DeAR j SIR :-In' the I'oet's corner of New Yolk, and voted In'Mr. DoJ,e. : ,tc. &c. &c. "H. 'I I SAVANNAH

the Sentinel,' I observe a le-piiblicntion i '''( LATEl?. CLOTllIN1{ ( ': / .
of thru I The Pivil Iliahl't!: \ bill Imi passed] in ihe i Al '1I11J I 'I. '
poetic Jfore'an of rare b-ntti+ ,
:Seuute(1ver' the velob\ tote of ;o'J; to 15. : I '(1 STEA! ]! lA IrE U Y
and j pt': 1111s'"My li'e is like the Shatter- I '
The exu'enientis: I intense. LOWEST OASH p
lPEEn\; ;:
e.1 Wleekt mfjtiu, and Impiopeily{ attributed i HAII NEtvs-I1 'will be seen from our ,. ( .: : ,:: :, w.. I. ", ,

; to ilifl-iatoL': Lieut. RorT. :IMMCITIfoe I tple] jhl! hill has at :20 cases" Wdiuen's" Boots. .' Jl.)0( inV'tis: < cttl.ibltrfhoti[ lunmh, ir ulir IHMIIM d}'f hi; 67, 09 AHTD 71 :BAY: 'STfcEET

U. S. LINt passed the Senate: over the Viesidenl's 10' lialins. IS' XtnVIM,'k, uc uru pn'paiuti l.tti fl\ruf.tr\. fMmlq I uftil
of which
Navy, the, auliorshii: | \olo H has yi-( liTpn belongs! !: by I i'i.ht' to the highly; gif ed ulu.iii there, is sumo hope., The nes ,!0 Men's lti'; nv..1.7:1 tliu mast udtanutgruua I ; Icrnif' .o I n, *' ,11 nt I',,1',i I

and !lamented ,"1\1 of ihi Stm.. though!: is veiv: liBil, and hill dente inteiibe 10( dl ell's Fine flowed; : 'Hnols, .7.10 I .) 1"1 'II 'I "J: 'J ,' '" II I 1I1'1i: l', i ,
10) ;Men's Fine r..ilmi.2/5(1/ ([ /"CASH ADVANCES; -;,-:- ll j. : II-1 .
II :
This Met, I cin asset t, positively, of feeling lliiuu!!iioiit the ::;IIlIth.F'nOnFW ,117 I" ( 'I II 'r u
10 "Men's Buckle| L'onsjiesH, :{75 h.i.
-my own !Uiiiittledza: Ira 'hlg seen the Hum. {5 \Ierl'" Bucicl: O\louls . .:j..jl;:; ) COll'o.N: '
; JI ltSEY.: M VUl.: ON bJilTI'LU! 1O (, ID1)Ii:1'9D11: ;" STl:: s' &., ( 'c: .
in inimwipl. spoon\ nfte'they sere wrij !.- 10 4 Welt Calf linlnis.I'D .. I, I .1. I i i Il I IHodgkiss. I' '

ten, and bi'ing told b C'ul. W, that they TIl '>"-rox, April ) .
{vt ,l'e, hiss.! ' sit l.urlg The that iu> U.bus H. .* :Senator; rest will ill the beilecled. 10( 11i nits Balms . . : .. 1.50tiO ,,. Scott'Coi1: ; '. : : ; :: jLjx-ioa::1"I ?" :ErE't'O: I : ', II',_'' ''
ltoii\e concni do/ Ladies I fT I I I I II I J'1
L.ustma!; Uai'\OII's, Iii to 1.50TIEN'S ;; ,
MIIIN' '' otlipj' f;;.,mlive pieces liy the same: :-'lIatllll''fIulifln; In inljoiuii sieha this I :NEW Y O 13 K'. !i ""u.,1\ I II:) '""tt el' e HX-IMtn': \VIIOI.KSiVb 'll, .I, KTSI-
I au'hor, CI f rare beauty tumid > excellence, nininiiiil., lloili pintles II al ellI II t each '. -, /i 'lit/, ,1 i .,1 I i \
oihi'i closely mid this feeling; is liiieis : ; '- TalFutiiuiwiiIan\ '\li '4 r", Isua., 'i ,. ', tSCtl'TTCRAGRERIha'CAT: ES
have, aLdiffoi: 'cut times, been published, :: \ : : HATS. j fOil i '? i I -mi '' i, ; ,,

sftrillillg' him the !peer, 'of tacit \ ao H ;''I1IIY''lt'ns' REVIVAL OF FXflTJ-JMENT-: 'I ICMN- ;0 I u, sea"" Men's Bliitk bud 1 "'Coloied' :l' Hats;, '1'1l0"I"7>;UOf.UOUBK. "FKUh.:'T-,1rIJr1"11.:' Flttt.1; \: :.I I 'I 'iu.li, \ .0ukcl'iuul\: \ Kiln," Dili.0" .!.11', Ql!, uluAraiy '

> (ffOJ1 wii'ise\\ sweet little sonnet .\11'I' .\. i t
,' 'My life!' isihke the Summer Hose," 'IHoJO'ro,'Apiil, ] (5.; :...tl,is city is' in anVithiM1 I I : 'I '. ,1.1'' _": I 1 EX\'IU. 'I;, 1 tj IT',11>;1 !rJ'OJ'111? ,I ,. J

tJIt'lllnve'\lIIq. "paraphrased) <>r irf any Bienlal.iuii owing lo Ihu ttep..itei'(\ I: ) :' "".: jI I II
Fenian G I0 O"E '
I iithernPiPt. 'I. i expedition.' --- I I\" l'E' ." : I. .",, ." I / : ;navy, ,SMppiii, .'StsJ-iauoa:'., ;

Indeed, us III ari'r I or poet, hn lead bill NEW YORK MAUIUM'S: ', I Ii j Mi Hags Jlio Cull'up, r :SOi' "i. 'I '1. Ii I,.: 'I I 1 1U1tQCFihti\ \jVLQ0\1.I&U..C: ; 1''' '(;i iI' ;. I

few equals-. : As Wanior! and; I'.Uiiot, New YORK April fi.-tctloll': i is I hi-iiv : > liiiFiels Oni .hed' t Sil, \ .., 20) -'u- '''i ? '
; ; ; ; i1U v'aif. 1>
'Mil: lluu'N Floiir.i. ..'. qIJ} ] .\SjlI.Qlll) (; :(;1. isi; .\in f:> l ) I'
the liluoil! staincil .sands of Wllliainsburg, i sales ui-div, 1 .000) bales at :OSo:: joDc.: (' v. $12 UU ..'" "fcl 1,, dll >":. 'I tV -s r-M' ''II,1.1) "r.;'
J Gold, 127: :15-4. L'Oil 1 libN" darkeis, Sudi, MiIkSui : J /, U >. ,u"( i" !*'Jiu '. ..
his 1
fam '
speak' ( 11. i 'garalll! Win, 1.1 I i;,." .. .-1 I I i '. I .' I' ;. .. 'I"
.. .. __ ... 25 N. II.-Oi'Uorti Prx.uyUj Cure nll > r i'
C-- I 151)1Vluto I" '
l" :. \ ( t."T! ?; T I -t---- : Wino Vinegar, OLD STAND, '
:,HQUIBITBLVI{ 'DII\'1'I'll'UL.-'I'hat Gem (1 ,JIllion) ( ) Ib-. Hock l'oJa-,11/- :. t f::/ ,oJ" ...' I :m ,1 .' "!, I ;."!; Pi'it Vi'iw'.l tx'Hv.red.JUf j .
r' k '
of a < ltHvt'ii i it'; : in I the Poet's coiner of [Dew .I( 1C1'i7"CJ111'il\ : t. | :2"i UISOH' S.udines; : .?: $28.011: | | ",1 I I II 01'| '' I tau, 'I.:HIj I ., .. '
c. I 'afal'rt, '.! t J.c' I :1111I
; 160 I) crises Bait iutme. Oysieis-, 121M ""t I 71( ,
I ---===-___ __ -- -= / x j STKEEt : :
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to j beautiful h 181 BAY : ---r-r,r'rr'q'
OUI'J''lPPl', dayi5 not more f>0) iase Fresh I'eaches, :. .' 10 fat J(')' :; ,I.. ,

than li fojluttjiig! extract from: a mason AT TkII: 't)---I, CAI'ITOL1r ] ((111) boxes Soap: 12} : .1 t i' ''J' NEttv[ L ; L'ER: & CO.

iCfl p'gegli, Vcelilly] : delivered; iu.Uamesvili :2IHI! boxes Ail.inttintino> Cundles, 2'S5I J i I. d II' i i )
c, \r},.\'., by CJuileo 1'. COWER; Usq.' BENEFIT Olr,l l IAJ J GEE'Cnc.luy 1 50( J boxes boxes ltni Itaisins:
of 'Jaek onvIle.) His known! modehty' I 100 t boxes Itaibins, .' 1.80 W \lr l _u g I WHOLESALE MID 'EETA1T.

foi bids a tribute,which \1'8 would be glad; --.:..... I .
E,'ciiiiif April ,Will
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to pay to tho brilliant talent of ono of
Wines and IPi.1J.'tt3Tk:
Licjuors. ,
Florida's most able lawyers--gifted poets, ROFKSBOK CEVOIthn? klmlly qll bri-llu .'UHW.Altt\G.} 'j i

eloquent orator ; and, best of all, one of fuse touting give ono entertu inure mi exhi,wont tuition oft tie of his buiinlilul and 100 r.anelii 01 J Continental : TJI:! T 'MV'.ELJ3'ttE: J

her most avcellei, t, Christian gentlemen.The Whibker . . . .i: : $3 00 gal. .. ,

lovely State under whose glowing STEREOSQOPTJCONofSiiorod 50 bbls Tine Old. U\e Whig,' ; Ccmmissltu; ; } >. aei't haati KITC1O, i'AULOll A\: \) UFFlt'ii

skies we live, and whose perfumed air we :I key..4! ; ;. .'.. -Do" ,. :1'1 ': .
breathe, is a IU and beautiful emblem of and Secular History the entire proonudii .21 liliU Old Cabinet 1Vlilxkey- CDS n ., I .t I II
tliu : 1F.j
ot which will he used! for lioncltl, of : tf
our I 1
.ma onr)'. Th motto, "In God 's our ualiuniioit ftillow-citUen, Mnj. John II. Gee 25; bbls\ ] Old JB. fOyeaisold,)' 7 00? 1NNAIIdLoiaiA.! $ ) Ci! t

trust," is eel:noiitly] masonic.: While the Wo hope that tho oltiyiMiH of TuliahusKeo will lOibbUlliandy. .-. 7-OiU i \. ; : A\T ,I I .h :Yi Ii Iii
configuration) of its coast line, with its turn. out on niiiH"o, and chew their iinpiecliitlon i 151 i bills Cognac 1839! ._ il (il) ." ""d J 1'I.. ( :
o| the ProfeHBorM boiii>volunefi. 5 5 Ibis 1'inet.Cdstillhtill1''J, r' .. .. l i I It.. ..\ ,II'
bays, and! illl..tsaJltI indentations, inviting: Tluki'td bo had nt tho Bookiito.-o of Mr. Ala : 00 I :ijll.nl'3lSUi.; 1 : "tf': <.
the friendly sit anger and the wanduier, ollgnll mid ut tho Drug Stores of Lively nail Tit-. JO( I5.ii rels llulland (tin,: 01 i ."j !! II'1. ,, ALL' : '
t\pify the welcome and hospitalities its tuni.Tlio i 10.i Casks: Sherry-'fl :tO' ] --------T' "'- 7.7"E '-'-'-: "I.
f.illc.-vliifc oonimlltce will rocolvo and for- 0tl1b' itidie: l'l'I
i '
homes dispense( ; its coral reefs and long: ward the proouoils. 'IDAVIT 10, ( veiyujd,) ;,,5 00 i. .l;
100 Sherry 100 ,Aladeiia tb'SMYTHE'. I : 'I' 0:1.: "
cases! :
buach ,
ctpiidpd rnngo of nea dashing cases .
back the waves and repelling invasion, ) \V.\LICEH; )? Committee.. tCIIAEL18i.DYIiE 50 cases fort 500 cases G'laieb. 00 casesSilleiy & CO. .. I. '" ,J ,. ", ,, "f" I .'. / J I i'

J. B. ULI Vb.lt. S ,11" 'i.; tl .I I.TIlIf. < ',
wat n the foemun that thus be will ever linp Cbanipague\ 50 cases! "; i 'f

fled Floridians, men and women, true to i Tllllllhll."O, ,\. 111'11 )0, 1500. ', It Raymond: do, 25 case' Star. r.r I : I I5UMIUTI.US AM) UliAtFKS l.S" .. II ]IYOUSr. f'rll{ lIIin\'UI I\ :; t- i iI

the soil that God has given them, true to I' I 1 '1': 'J I .. ,. :
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that God, and tiue to themselves I l CROCKERY I' .
New Orleans cliicolu '
Apala RENISH 'WIF, Ws; ., I 115 nr'diln'htCll1'' Street,
Hail to the laud so pure, so fah', .. u', t 'I' ," Ji!, 'Y j .II ,
Fiom gulf to ocean's wave, .i and St.' Inl'l\s.; ", 1 100 cases leb.htilllpI'II"lo"e, 50 ca- t ChiI t : will Gl ss \V il. ti ""

Her ft lends will find a welcome hero, "/ ., hfts forester, Tianiiner, 50'cas FoieslerKjnclitustuck 1 1I i: .' ; 'SAVANNAeH, ,.' ,CfidFJGIA. 1 tr
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ofiJ Jl
Her foes I .semi-MontWY'l'aCkot:' SO-caiosrAUbuthalef\ nrr I i I
an early grave Kojular 'I
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-- "> -> i II"i" AlJ opKia pruniptti' 11.tuJ: at'llitijuv\i
$0 Cases WinoUicteis BBOUGIITCIT STIEET + ,
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Yes, I love Florida Brethren, the, 50, .Cubvs StonmcU'Jiiuois,' ., I % ,i ; Jt' I V .1 !a l intJih'etltluo. I ,.
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wife of my bosom, and the children of my TUBRICHARD STEA1t61jie_ 25;; Cases Lemon Svrup: !I : ) SEAR iI1LL' tI''I'rd 'l',) '' I I \ ,;" r
love sleep their 1 list sleep but a few miles 60 Cases hole (4'ortiial] .-. I' I'' .. ."" ,. L J r! Nip .llirllll.'fflflll... .."- ."---' .-i'r..c4---w: I. I .. I ,
from hero, beneath the aoil of your own :200 Oases'Hollaild! CorrtiaCSclin.ip'ps5110! : { ; T11T111: Y 1''' IQ>An t'w
Alachua county When I die, Masons of .' 400 Cases old Ufa \\1ifbkpy, 12.00() : ,j. (I' I .o n I"J T.I U. 'If I I In I. I $100 Reward !

Gainesvi IP, gather my dust and lay I Iwhel'o It 200 Cases very old lteWhfhky 13.5d.;:: : ,' u .. ...-.1 r "i ii ] ''I "1 1 1i l' ,
loved ones lie, give me the I !, '"J' u i i,i I" TOI.UNr: the Atin|t t41' h, ::'I I
my 50' Cases l'IlIHly'llII.t( : I i t. S" night uf'
,...... Custillion, IP (I'YII'1'. ","Ih. /t' ) Ui ",I"1: ----s,_ j jin
Inst masonic rites and let '
funeral me '. ', 'I. ; FUB INVOICES' OC i'"rk
50 Cases Cognac. i I : ) b Itrsu: 11\ Itol'o\ a'put.I '( '\
tilo'pln peace.1'loiid.i 'J : : ,I"" I n U' ui'"' i, I ') ', I I lUlU 17 t.11I\H\ ;in Iwl llI'h'I'Wit I..,:(,\\1\1 __.J.
1 I' 'i. till Mill"ill ll.'ll.l.! "tunu 1 III. III., ) lull, "lull,' UnlV ate
,'my; chosen State, my thildhood's. FLOnID..A.. lUaU Liquors; 'J" WHITE Glb\'Nl'l"f, :].'I OIIIIUI, IIItI '1 hU'V pi t.II.I"lt'I '''"'''' C ; ';'.1'' ,
i ./ '' '' 'U' I lllllSU.lllll& I LIlllllU)) lull-Hi. Illl'tlllll .\U\ a IHKTlii'uli i
hone? ROACH Commamler 100'Casks Ale] I' / Hallowed alike smile and ;
by / tear, 'I I. 1'omnion l and Glass/ %11'c i the hor.o and dutt.r' )( lo ma ttt Ira, iew.li nc'
May Glory o'er thee build' her dome. '(TILL leave St. />Aark. for Now Orlcnnn on 500 Cases Scotch Ale, ,,, . u( jib,Cull. 1,1 ;tjij; 1( 1 1111\\1 III "i'ia| for IMIIJfin. 1
And fame her temple rearI ''V the lot unit\ 15th on' the arrival nf earn 100 Cases litovui, Ktoiit:: '. "1 i !TJ- .. ,. U. U. HlillCISJjllll 1 :;"
touchini at ApHlnehliuiln tho 2') nun) IDth! apd 100 Cofces hanipagm, ( Iu ilulu unit to uliUu:, Ji 7, 1S6i I : I'
love lhi>e for the burning sky -tvaviiiKiamo day Will leave New Orleans; lor ( (ji.;Jidar. i 'l' .. : 'H__ .. -u-- __

'Nt"athllieh my J'eet have ever trod i iI 1 St. Murk on the 8th and 2U'I, at 8 A, M, touchIIIK All of the goolse will Hen. .at New Fp ,, I'Y Y' l Q jiill.at IUVOGQt1.!.1I It :iSJ"'OTICE.
love theo for the forms that lie at Apulnohlcoliion' Ibo Will ant. ""Gill,1 and .Turk quotations for,(..<\IilIj':: < ..1'J". I .' 4. J.'iW.rIKt.I''r: : ; : ,hate tlwtludrt.tuii41 II '
'' Ittiulngumoiliiyi.: | |11"i Hi'i i .j i "J Ji 'in, n i v 711.1) -.1! .
One Cold wish, cold is 'to, beneath mjheart thy most soil dear.,' ]:1, ,? ';', ,...AGENTS' ?i' '" ''J,, 'I' :\1 t' ,'F:?rT4rC'I< J,11o.yudtla J oh7 ,al, rylt4l; 'I.::mil \ V it ,./ .- .. .::1.- 'i i'"I a Li '11:1' : i I* 'h-"": o I(: tor 111'1'l'litter'ufmlniuli/ llin.lu.lHOfifJ'iuVflij( > II\\I\II, tie i'ul'tan 1',. "P"" :J" ,

mine boon at Fortune's hand I crave : ".I.DamUM; M. Mutrkri "., 'f''I'I ", ; ., IIIIr./: t1 1Zekj:\ ) oiy1: at'i'RL.TR' : D r ,* liioi' Iislutoot"Jiuui's 'mulkUi'iii'iHfitit, lrih+ '
\V. O. 1'OBTKR \. Oil, .llllllarlllculll'} '" t." e ;iii 11ii: I. ) JIell d; COdD: y11) J J' ; t) '1J1I"\.rII ou."ld' :" I is 'r i.T-Iih,1r! -
In boyhood's das brought mo hei'o; : J ,,' ( oj A : {Q.'J(;:' '
1J3 Oruvior SLIruw Uilo.ui 1 j
Let" *Fate,rtU make her'e.Juy grIlV.l"" .."-', April I'OST 4jlIoBurJ 7lse0. j .I'A! ?! .'Sim. : .1'a;!.iha.beo, Match G, 18uil," "f ,>r' 1101 r"vIQla111'1}! 3,1565. I.II( ti i't TIIIL.blliiel!, .mb"l r..SI':1; "I't

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tr tdtt t.. tind. Tilt Iloiniiiicc of the Wnr.. ,For New Orleans !! Pi: B. BROKAW'SLIVERY PEN GEORGIA RAILRO! 'i !t

,, In a late! number of the Mexican, Times ;>'=... I /

we find, under the above caption, a most -- u... inp 11'1,<<" 1 ;

TAI.LAIIASS1 g. stirring and interesting I letter, from' J1x: THE STEAMERJ. AND SALE _11- I "I I li": nmlr I'

Gov, Allen of Louisiana, now a citizen of CHANGE OF EDtqOth J), I :

Cordova, Mexico We are sorry that our STABLE! TALLAnassair, 3mmi: t from the I'
apace allows us to publish only the conclu- amid sifter lisle. dute. Ilia 1 Jltlel) 1 lo '

-. d,ngpurngrnplisof this vivacious and touch. TALLAHASSEE, FLA ON/. the, J e""eulll anti UCllrlu; Jtllllre' ? t it.e- .
run, dull) hut follow! ,. i. .
[From thq| "Now Erl.! J i log loiter of the noble, lioo-hcuted Allen: EASTWARD.lin ) 1 .n y ,

A Sttpvcrlc.IT And now, Colonel, adieu. 'Ve shall L. SMALLWOOD ALSO WAU 8, '* Il"II'.1.;... 4.3 Ai M. '....
BUGGIES AND AT, .a ,in TiillnliHMiii!! ;.n.. 0.3U :: ;
never meet this earth but ,
O P. 0. ugain on } we Lenv. TiillnliMMii, ,t..d. 7.UO
shall meet In the courts bboveVholl I GEORGE W. GIFT, MASTBK, Arilveiu' M"mill-on at .11.un "
reflect the number of human Carriages and Harness Leave Mndlnili til.H.8O "
Four "doves" in three short days, "left upon great ply hereafter regularly between the ArrlM'dul 'Luke ,Ctty nl.. 3.0 1>. M.
beingsvhii were slain on both sides in the WILL
ills wave-lnkhod nrk." Alas I Inks When Into civil war, in which you and I took an ; of 8T. MARKS and the above Port, FOR SALE. 1VE8TW AKU.r.rnvoLiiki' Rlln I,
< A. M.
we offered you our earnest lympatny n year humble pai't-when i think of tho privates Touching at ApnlacHIcola. TallahftApoA. !P'0\1.B.1 Ren. t f Aimum M'I\II."I..1' Clijl; 'nt .'_(( J'. b' I

little did we dream that soon almost Iving in their cold and bloody graves by Lentladluu at-------------------1-2.1,0 t '
ngo, For Freight or further pnrtlcrjlnrn, fipnly ... ... 4,:P:0 I
the side of their commanders all feeling of rl tie ai' 'I nllahApiM'e III. -
together, must our two "doveti" from, t/' do McKIBBIN ALLEN. I.. nve iillnliiin' t, nt. 6. hatred and revenge die within me. and involuntarily Tnllnhnssco, Feb. 27,1868. tf Arrive III Qulucy, HI (1.30 "
part to 'coiie hnck to us, no more, again.1Think turn my thoughts to that great ST. MARKS 1IIAIN.LenvoTnllnliniMeeflt. .

not, dear friend, that thy Ma, alone, day when we shall appear before the Great NATIONAL WHOLESALE 4ND'RETAIL.LARGEST .......... ".8(1 Ai \I :
conceals, Judge of the Univeise. Let no mortal Urlve nt HI. Minks HI. l .16 "
Leave Ht. Mark ..-.I'J.OC M.
nun who \\'IIS'rilhl or who wits nt
'The records of say wrong I Arrive 1' i/
secret a proud despair nt TallHlmiwr in 1 J6 ,
O. Bury tint question forever, and leave .it tj STOCKIn Mi'IIlIlf all dour ti ni >,.. |;l\i, it i on tie, tirrlvo.
God. There were great and jjood min e-, STOVE WORKS of HIP, car nl Mndts.at! fur lltuatrgtdng'froth. ,
gaged in that unfortunate strife the hutch mid eomlnif tlit* will. "
There is land ,
a where Death ens's not bin
A line ol niiine bttwwii Qnlno'1 HiilnHt1dirnnd
the State of !
shade, els of whose shoes neither you nor I arc Georgia; ,\lbUt, \ lIId I iii ween. Munlkoll.', nud'I 'J humnsvlllu -

A land where 'gj>ld eyed flowers ne'er worthy to unloose.If Nos. 239 and 241 Water Street, will ooi,nfct, "lIh the tr"',,..
fall an exile, robbed of all his properly and E. IIOUMOfN,
asleep, Jan jut, 1800-If riflilint. I
Between Bookman Street and Peck Slip
Where o'er Life's lyre, no more by Time'shnnd maimed terribly by Federal cannon could -- .--' ,
advise, he would siy; -bury forever your HIEIICI\FS. Chemicals,
plnyM, CHEW YOGI DRUGS Medicines and, rurtunierli's. I
God's living fingers a Hull, melodious ancient q"nrrel.-Iet there be mutual cun- Trusses, Surgical Instruments, Dye Stuffr Emporium of Varieties
anthem sweep. em-ions, mutual forbearance-the North Flavoring Ex tracts, 4e., 4.0
und the South: can never parate. It bus WATSON ISANFOKn, Proiildenl. Solo Agent for Ilelmbold's Kitmet of Huohu --
There in s land where souls responsivemeet been tflecltially tried. Cease your bicker- JOHN '1'RU"LOW, Vice Pres't and 1"1'. and Sarsnpnrllln, AVer's Prt-pnrntlonm Ja) ,...'. t

Ings. Let not the North look with 8usl'i.| ,BA T. L.}!.SEABUItY B. UTTER,, Hupurlntondoiilof docrctnry.Solo Work Preparations Prepnrntlons,, Hootlnnd's ItnfiK' Bt.Germnii Domino nittornClock'sHair littler and WILLIAM; F. si.i\ssii; ;,

Where the long.wearieI{ shoreless' pilgrim lou upon her conquered brethren. Give ItestorerThomp..on'samid I'hnlon's lliilr
findeth ret-t. hem ba'k at once without ro v.itiou, all Preparations and Toilet ArtlclesWell'o Hlrelllth. TALLAHA EtShh: : ;. 'IA.: ,
ening Plasters and all other Patent Medicine before
And there reposes, lost in reveries sweet, I heir liberties, nil their constitutional rights, mnnnfiictnrors of t :Ue trade.

With his head pillowed on nn Angel's anti let both parties bury in the deepest Sanford's Challenge Heaters ( oppr, Tin and I

breast. sea of oblivion all envy, all hate, all revenge ALSO, SHEET IRON niAMJFAlTtltEK:

Dry the 1I10Ilrncl"a'lenrl, bind up I MAMMOTH l HEATERS,

There is a holy Innd beyond the stars, the bruised hearts and assist each other 'in The moet extensive and complete took of DEALER IN i

Dy Jesus' smiles illumed, by Seraphs repairing their fortunes. In this noble and COSMOPOLITE PARLOR RADIATORS, I

tended, holy work my heart will be with you, mid PAINTS
French and
Which men may reach, when this life's angry lot only my heart, but thu heart of every CHALLENGE KITCHFN RANGES. English, I cnE
''onlederutu who wanderer in foreign tic Goods
is now a
wars Olfe, Varnishes, Frenoh Zinc, Colors Artlo,.' ,:
'Twcen lofty Rpitits end low dust are. en lands. BEACON LIGHT RANGES, and Painter's Materials to be found In any ..'ctlon > -.. ..

ded. Yours is a great rotintry-llio greatest And a full assortment of of the South, and ut prices. which ABSO- Flair. F ncy Jepcnrltd Vate ,
the edith, God that it l.OTKLY DEfT OOMPET1TIOX.
on grant may continue -

I've dreamed of this bright land ; and when to prosper Cooking and Heating loves SGVE ; ,

I woke, As fur myself, I will my I hare no favorsto of the uor'fl.' GLASS QQLAFTEE S.
Adapted to nil parts
I sorrowed thnt it only was n drpaln- tusk mortal man. I will never kneelo
Ah I when the love links of Lifu's chainare human power mud beg for Pllrdon. It is Every: variety of Glass, French and Gi'tinnn A let ee and! linnrNnmr vnii iply nf i
Plate, St.iliiod' Jut and Sky Light Glim, singleand '
broke cone I being alone, thei I great God w ho

Man is Icus earth, bound thnn the many rules Ihe universe, that I will beg fur m<-r- .STOVE() IIi.LLOW() WAKE( double thlvLnuiu. COOKING STOVES,

deem. ey, through whioh at least I hope to eiderthe
-AND- Pate French Brandies
Celestial City. Combining
: I have the honor to be UNION STOVE POLISH. ,
When the last dodo hath left our wave- very ,
lashed ark your obedient servant, "'JU. I'. SLIJSSElt Allen SHEET IRON,
Wines and Whiskies
And cometh back to HENRY W ALLEN, ,
us again no more, Tnllnhnnppp .V.irch 22. 1800.( Dm
We yearn to drift unro fleetly o'tr the Late Brig. Gen C. S. A. AIR-TIGHT,
dark Fur Moillc'niu' purposes; and a large supply of
utter Liquors' for general use.
Waste of wild waters, to the Heavenly THE DEVIL KILI.En.-One night last BOX, AND .

i shore. week a man. was aroused by an unusu.il PAINT AND VARNISH Erucb, Foucher & Co.'s PARLOR COOKING STOVDfc' ;
Dome in bis yard, and went out and found 1
The green spnls in the deserts of this life, hat had broken his
some one meat CHAMPAGNES.Bole
'VOIlIS.SPEAR : All trimmed in neat and dun sble
fi luau
Are few and fur between and -
; biter house and was making off with his mellt.-
ner. They can IIP, shipped to of
anj |PDt
tears n. hailed the supposed thiel, but found to Agents of the only true Imported Brand
From proud ryes fall unnoticed, 'mid the lisastonishment tbnt he bad waked up the 10 the country, viz: Carte ))'Or Luc D'Or, and lie Cfninlry will) )perfect' Rfpl11'O"E:
strife Sliery. pronounced by nil coin.olBbi'Uin HUpirlurlo PIPES and ELBOWS coiiRtnntly. "n !Imiid. ,
most unearthly-looking; four-legged cuuto. &. BONAPFON any heretofore III use. Oiit-iiiiiir woik- I'in Roofing, Gulieina ;
Man with the
wage unconquerableyears. he beheld At first ho
mer ever was tempted down
Pipes." OtiiHni utal HUUSP
to leave the field to the intruder : but Special Awnt for the American Vintage Com heads, Sheet, Zinc Sleet L. ad. 1,
and a large Block of their celebrated Ciltrornla -
not liking to lose his meat, lie concluded to pall
brands tmnil. J3fSI >|> of every description
Heads wreathed with laurels diadems constantly on
nr bright
make at him. He was met by a most ferocious done on short notice.-j t

growl. He at once ran to the house, OILS My ..p'rulllrmnll..melli.1Ih! Manufacturer
May ache und throb, in all save sorrow got his gun and blazed away nt the monster and Importers of the North mid lu Europewar.. Not1.on.s.
ant In not only teeing the nbnolutet'urlty : ,
poor ; The eta had about the same impression ont guarai.
Hearts rich to-day in J">'s most precious would be produced by shooting Machinery, Lubricating,Wool, Rosin, and Genulnoueaeof III) entire stock, but
green also finable mo to eel) allY of the, above men WOODEN WARE
gems, peas against a brick wall. The devil uttered Gas and Lard Oils, ioned linen of goods nt firs cost prtotB-In sonic WILLOW WARE

May stand to morrow, beggars at Love's an infernal growl, shook his chains, spit Inu-Moven less than tranHportntion. TOYS, 1

door. sparks of fire from his mouth, and filled the PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PARAFFINE VARNISH HRISTMAS PRESENTS n
A D examination of my prices n III sustain these
fir with the smell of brimstone. The unearthly statements In every particular' Ofrverx dfscupiinn Ion hand. Call and' '
The fulled wing may hide a wound that manifestations of demon made the WAGON GREASE, "san,ice, before | nchhsing' elsewhere. i

y bleeds ;; hair eland on the man's head ; but he could FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. NIT 7 18'T-' : I tm

A careless smile conceal n cruel care- not bear to lose his hacon. He then, notlin White Lead and Colors of All Kinds,

Yea, God's rye only, undeceived, reads ; daunted, determined to have another

The secret records of a proud despair. fire at the devil, and took the precaution to AND DE1LKBB IS W M. \VALSn, Hodgkiss, Scott & Co.
Jacksonville, Fla., March 25, 1866. put a minie ball in bin gun. The shot took'
-. .* effect directly in I the eye of I the monster, S. E.Cor. Barnard> & DroulI'la ton hits, COMMISSION MERCHANTS

and he rolled upon, the ground a lilelei-s) I Rosin Southern Pitch ,
corpse. Upon examination, it was found YORK.
ARCHIPELAGO.-The sudden rise of a .
volcanic inland in tho Grecian Archipelago to bo a nmro man, rapped s mule skin, feb 6,1806tfSaddle Thn 11. lfod kl.IIIIL' nt Iluniteltii Bu.ili.r. .
whioh he had padded and fixed 1 to render liiltlniiiii'
is one of the most romarkaMo phenomenaof it shot, and the up fire and 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUEPIIILADEIPIIIA. O. \\' tcutl) "' urn .. (4. \\' eo A I !'ul'ii.IIHI.M : .
impervious :u Harness and
modern times A correspondent at CarriageESTABLISHM.ENT i.
Patchoiiue, Long; Island, sends to The New brimstone was, but an artifice intended to Ii.IfP'-'I' .' !t' ( v 1.1'i iiui,
rig)-ten away intruders while he committed Inline,{ >I"" i
: I
York Herald nn extract from a private letter, the robbery.-Baltimore Gazette March 21, 1866. Ore R'.G.l'od.': ...tf i m .{ (l, 15'u ti" S l" ,1Ii,'
written near the acetic <>f the occurrence, Inliiimitii I'lu. .J.
giving the following interesting details; .. .. ''VVlLL.A.r1.: .. have Just received large assort. tZ
Too GOOD TO BE I.OBT.When General I, meat of Goods,oon l8tii.g of ;;k1
15 1866. Special' ntlontloii tl\en to''tLi tanli : of'
SYRA, GREECE February Butler was recalled from the Department .; fn1. .'
The inland of Sanlorini has LIVERY STABLES Gentlemen's and Ladles'! Saddles, > '
of the Gulf, and superceded by General Fine Double and Slnitle Uar'ieia, SOUTREIU ,. .CIU.JL'and : ;

been in eruption for six whole daB,some Banks in the command of New Orleans, the Bridles, Collars aDd Whip., to the pirclia iu>d oh'IIwnt! of, I' ,
cay more. It Is about sixty miles from here rlayor's office was tendered to him to take Saddle Clothe h ,
and the water for a long distance around his tongs of such persons as felt desirous of QUINCY, FLA. Shoe Findings of evtry description Household:! I and Plitta0; ; / ( "t, ,
Leather of nil kinds, -
the island is boiling and steaming a tremendous paying their respects previous to his departure Travelling Satchels: and Trunk "

degree, An isldnd has sprung up As may be supposed, there was flACK! Buggies, ko.IIIWRYllo Saddle
from under the sea, not far disiant. from a rough gathering of the lower orders readiness ag.s to Carriage Trimmings I
Wagon Buggy : &
Santorini which seems to be a mountain mule female and juvenile and them convey paRsengersnr- q',
among/ Buggy Shafts, Spokes:! and Rims ,
of coal or lava, and is now about !five hun were several Hibernian ladies with, their riving on the rnldroad trains, to Cbattnhooohea, Buggy Axles and Springs,
or,any other point they Nay desire to go to.
dred feet above the surface Diy" before unwashed babies, who carne to shake hands TIIKOUOKE WI..LAR1 BEFEBEKCES: s

yesterday a special steamer was sent by with the G neral. One Irish woman han- March 29. 18611. tf CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES M.hu. Currlt.r i Co., New York. '

the local authorities of this place to inspect dud her baby for a kiss, and taking the .1. L Moore, Gilllln, On.Brjniit ,
tho appearance of the new island and the General by the hand, sddiessed tim ts for To Printers and Publishers. 01 every deeorlptlon, (Crnnm Montgomery, Aln. s
Machine Belting. A. B mid Macon Gu. *
Santorini. The French. Consul
condition of low : -;o- Work: made to order and rv.,p ;rlBg; 4on anti E. Bund Miio'ii, On. .
joined the expedition. Amongthe returned "Good bye, General t, I'll say this for ye- Irpatch ,1ns. III. Whllflpld.Dcinopulls, Al.Vn .: '
passengers was one gentlern.m! who that ye niver stole anything.from ma.; Goodbye Having a largo lot of surplus Agent for. Wheeler & Wlisoii's and nowc'i \ ,. Hnlly, rrosldvnl Sun Bui,h aft':F1orltttt! \
landed on the new island, and uronght General PRINTING MATERIALS j. PURDT.. T1 ,I..E.nIlamhelton, Pre, Md Ft's III Cum
hack in his pocket five eggs, cooked hard, 0.0 ii. Tiyinhasnoe/ Oct. 26.tf pony, Baltimore. f, ,

which some unlucky sea bird had prematurely A CiiEtp DAROUETBR. German has I offer for sale, FOR CAStI, the following artl.cles Oct. 24-tf I

deposited upon the new lane, whichwe eeently Invented a very cheap and easily at NOTICE.ALEXANDER "

have named the 'Phenomenon." made barometer. Take a common glass GALLIE J Jvenut NOTICE. .
The new inland is several miles In cir wide-mouthed pickle bottle and fill it to One-half Manufacturers' :Prices.One > Attachment.VALENTINE ,

cumferenot, but being of volcanic origin' it within three Inches of the mouth with wafer WASHINGTON IIAND PRESS, size No. Amount M.sworn JOIIIj BON to ,$18 S 871.rpUK 1 niRTT n.itioit P\Y8, I will after: "PV'J the" fl-.t lo the pi i.Hcitrnn Hi oml'i n,i'thli
will disappi'iirwheii the Internal 8n (good order O Mi, T. Bvnii-on, Judge nf 't'rll\\ljl,. ,,
It ,
is supposed I Then take a common sweet oil flask, WASHING'1'OV HAND Ilzo No, : defendant and- all others interested are '' i ,1 i Mjtw.| '
action subsides. The water in its cleanse it thoroughly and plunge the neck One 2, In vioellent order. 1'REdS, 1 hereby notified of the oorameiwemant cf the county Interest Florida of the estate, for all if .order>iihnV T f",*Ii j'i li| the) (ll tI j a'(.'

vicinity creates a great tumult, like. a boil into II* e pickle bottle as far as it will go-- 250 Ibs. BKKVIEK.250Ibs. above suit, and to appear before me In the city of ceased In tin- follow her Town" IjiU IK uRo''IO.MM|; roan|> n i'.it-(
and shows while IAN PRIMER rallnhassee. Leon county, Florida on the second Mild,,,,,,, Sintc nnd .
at the rnunlntun
jpg cauldron Thi.[ complete barometer, and in fine In 1866 to the Hilil, \iz': I ,ona
PIOA. Monday June anq plejtd same, or
400 Ibs. BUALI. 73, 74, 77, 78, lit) Hvctlnn II: Lila 85, 8fl, |In Sooiium I
flames. wemher the water will rise ill the Deck of 12 fonts JOB TYPE. judgment will be glv.n. .by default;, 12 Loin J23 1':4,12528
: 129 In t-PotloH ,
There is one curious fact In this connec be fl.mk; descending again In wet, windy 20 fouls DISPLAY TYPH.OUA8E8. JntfUt 0. ll.oft FISHER the,. Peace.; 81.el In width on thus |lOr'h l| tide of Lut IB 126; ? In d
vessel 1 ol DASHES, RULES rEAns. FUn. ,
a con- Before Section,
tion. About ten years ago weather' aheavy gale of wind the feb7-o
18 1866. ,
sidetable size was sunk near the island ol( water has been seen to leave the flask altogether In NITURE netting out and a In pl\pel'lwice fact everything the size necessary of the February _, .. , ?\ Adm'r Estate of A.J-V.T. iIOLLEYMAN,

Santorini, and now, all at once, up comes at least eight hours before the gale 8Bntlnel..." NOTICE' Much 8, 1866. Ilulley 11'811.law-4w pec'd.'

the vessel is good as new, was at its height. W. Florida A, enOBEB, f CIX: MONTHS, after lb. But publication of J -
Yours, R. R, Proprietor SentinelAdlninIstrnItrix's' thin notice, I will\ present my Aaounnts and NOT=
It is known in Wsshiiigton, bat the Confederate Notice. Voucher<,_ as Admmlptrator of the estate of C ?,
late of Madison
The New York Courts have decided that Government cotton has been removed months after date I will present my ac Redden Florida,W.deceased Parramore, to the Uonoralile Judge.county, of I SIX \VEEKd to the Jiidim cot,.t rn.batu. the uh"fI..IIu"d nr I ell .,

a negro ia not the equal oft white man, and that of private parties secretly SIX and vouchers as Administratrix of thee Probate of Madison county, Florida and apply lor letters of ndmlnlslrnt'oii.' dt tonii eon nan noun,
and consequently that the managers of the instituted, thus perpetrating a double (fraud tate of L. M. White, to the hpnwuble.JudKe ol for legal discharge from further admiDlstratloaupon the Kslala of Jamei. .Lookeini, -0' of mid or
Probalt( Loon eeunly.for u final! .,ttlement aid e.taU, county, dpoti treet railroads have a right to exclude them aD the Government, and on innocent' iudiidualf. aDd uk M a discharge E. If, JFIIITK!, 8.. A.I41 .LUiDJI: SW'1TB.' .1. A."$:ITt01)IDSON) ; t

from whit people' cars.L Jan 18H68-Bm(| Adrn1, March t, 1S6. law(m TDU.baIBeeo; Ylfc.'b1'8, 1868 lawSw,

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