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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 12, 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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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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i ? VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 12: -86j( -;rNQ- 72.



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Iv&ti ;iiihi1 i l1 l-- SAVANNAHS How Joe Von the Pencil.Joe I JKviNof f>m..II i >. t'oia" Dover to C'iilaiv

t n. is unquestionably the handsomest I have known 4 country society: which The lun': |>etor III'I I ihe Kimi'li U doubtless

1.!\ married man of Cincinnati.: Joe withered away all to nothing under the dry one nl'hi- user. apu| 'its ol the iige. lie
f.: (ESTABLISHED IN 1838.) spoils n wife, besides eevetnl other creature rot of gossip only. Friendships once fo ills iilrf..dy l"early| nrctiinpliHlud1inl

P0BLISHED T E 1\ BAKERY I comforts.Vell, li.. all'hi.\ wife, lIarry firm u us gran le dissolved lojilly nnd, thru llnniiihul wnuM have In en Ihl\lki'ullllr, l nmiwlnil

.\ -- and (:enrQo- nnd their wives nil lUll a\vny li) water, only IneaiiBeof this ; Moll Onvla would Ii urn hililcit WhhMilIll '
Tuesday, Thursday Saturday board lit till ciune, houal' A day or twit love, .that promim-d a fill ire endearing) as ( in his great Illlllifl tfllouiill thi

t 67, 69 AND 71 DAY STREET. njjo( while they ware at tho ruble luxuria h"/lvolIlIud/ as stable as trntii, evaporated Alps hut II ]larger si-luind j TC It ;Ms--Cash In Advaiice.vPer lint+ on detached) poillons of n boiler! luikey Into morning mist that I mind to a day's ana in I'lnl.i. '). linn is mi lees than nMihimiiiiii'
SA.-VANITA.II GAMIDILETO with oysters, ihe cJllIvel'onlion I Iii' noI, on long tears, only hec.iuso of. I Ibis ; a Inthef. "mild Horn" the French l 10 the
Annum-three timer nweek..........!() 00 c'htHtian when Mrs. contvn and brealli ,
name llai-iy n son fool lo root wills the fiery |MI!>!I-I| alt I'C Hioli an ul"lcl.kni, ; hut
"n. do twice a week...... ...... .... 4 00 dad that she cIui(1 IIUIIIP more distinguishedindmduali of an anger: I luau, wf.ulIIIH'1 I' cool again between brew i-iim-vltvil wild. it is arid, liMhji.els' =

Do. do once n week................. 2 00reyThcuo thai bore, the name' of Hairy them, only,, /becunse .of llnfl ; and. niic hit nl,ill IUI'I h.1' strung llicninj, : oltlie' rtiteiilf -

rates put the 'Sentinel" within the than flay gentleman could of hm own iianif' husband and his vnunii! wile, ench siramini inhale between Lit lle/l'i I-', once
roach of every man In the Stnto. %, STC.IRS> & CO concluding! by offering gold' p> ncil UK II at the haled liit-di wlneh, in thc bet inunug R"ll'rtJidAlM" : ,,", nlrtuily so Ktr'inn, amithf
wags! naainet B suitable njuivulunl if she had' been tlie golden bond' ofll (;iod, blessed otln. I r Ihr- Innliiiij, ol' work for n fewI

KATES: OF AVEn'I'.SI PROPRIETORS.: : ihould win. love, eat/ mournfully by thc side of I he !grove I lion-mull/ i f ilio Honing' ( niifniployid flam
The trod comml'ncc.Ilre. Hal'rv.I.lr. where all ,their live and\ all their joy lav of woikimn, or uutriers, in Paula HI dolifwhoie. -
TO BR PAID POR II ADVINCB : KKKP ON nAND AT WHOLESALE ALL KINDS ed) air wilh harry of the West," adding u bin icd, also, only because of this. I have The inVa IS II yimul one" ntnl, its

One scjnnre, (12 Nonpi roll llnrs,) or IOBB, for the doyen inhere.George seen lailh linnsformrd, to mean doubt, hope realization' a mire qnt'Mion of <'xj; unit.

flrnt Insertion.................. ...... |i oo BISCUIT CRACKERS CAKESFresh = now gathered on Wa hngtin give place to trim; drnpair l /and chinity take i\lod'I'II rug lieI'I ill:(,: is iihlB to do Iii\ ) thing
Each siih.i>n.ncnt limertlon ............... 3 tie, four Ueoruus Kngland, und on itself the fi-atnns if Ida, k mnlcvnli',IICP in the WilY ol n UIH| mid also brides; nniI
Kstiito and Lrgnl Notices/ to ho chargedthe Baked and Kiln Dried, mild Lord! (Oeorse! of Franca, etc. all because of the spt.iI-wuhVln! "I "'IIlIdllla",1" I his lili.le matter ol 11 luut'el,, | 2.:> nnli-nnm] .r
R'l no a* transient niivortlfiomoiiti! / ''Now, Mr. John, w hat have you to any 1' the magic inuttcrlncH! of gossip.; Client water will bo mi city, 111111 ti r, 'I u MUIIUVA | |

except Notice of Dismission ns Administrator EXPRESSLY l?OU IIsk"d the charming, ; 1i1 vs. Harry. Cl'Inlt'Atll.k ureat(" wronu.' und the deepertrnaediesof lescl'llilintr; road or II !glut tifmrini to travel

for which tho olmnjo shall bo.. 18 00 'Oh I Icnntrivi' you n hundred., The :; human lite sill' ing from its laigcr te, n rniluHjr wir ton 1 t I and pri'Mo' n
Obituary Nollcos, Tribute of Respect mid At.ir.f.rla : Steamboats IWO Adams', laird ,John Russell John Tyer I pa.-eiutis" ; !\\"lullIlI.IIII".L melancholy, hall hums: II I.ZI.. 1I1I''II"h tin' hiiwfls ol III.,
o! charged an advertisements.Ai Army, Navy, Shipping, John olrll-hflug mo tmmu! water lire nncalali'lied iin edn-s, that Issue from Ian: It. autpl.-t.a| the tri|I". In lliii "p.III'111II
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-. .- John ?I""Slop | goseip and detraction : noet mournful the !.!.. of new "'inventions" noliody willi",- UNlonisliei' -
CROUKUS; SALOOSS, &0. &C. stop, you nnn't win. Mr. .To-oph i I hiiwretk| olten mad,' ill noble natures" and I ,; by tin- deeprn Vain ii.i the lislus

-W ;tfi\l\i : its lour tnin' now," continued the lau; liinj lovely' lives by thu hiltii'" welds mid ilmd -they will upon ihi-ir round ecw ill rJKIII
'tt'e
.1 ) ''iiI Ic woinnn. salt waters e'andir.' ill easy to say, ) elso ever ; mid ifili.rMiie tutu 'incriniuiin

: Now if ever n linshful man lived}, it is hard to ili.prn"e-lhro\\i"l on the innoeent left I hc)' will lly to more, |ienceiul fo iluile,
N. H.-Orders Promptly, Carefully refill Jou lie dared not look up.| lid had nil I ihe ltll'.kn111"1, ihe stain of demonstrating I where, their nyri'ti inelcdifx, will not hi;

,, J i ; I'lit Up unit Delivered. been r.lt'killlhis lirtlin for an IIIIwl'r. lint their inll"c'lIep.11),1 punishing ininuk'il!! with tIe, + shrinks of iron, tnotmti'is\
to no pm puse--mil" in despair he m.ide one them at guilty! ii' unub'i' in pluck' out the "ruehwghetcauIi ilu-ir tcaly I lerininal np-
ATTORNEY AT LAW, March 27, 1866. 3m grand tllnrt; ; nnd ruivini, his head, n plied, : slings they never see, audio silence words' peud11.es. I

TALLAUASR! r FLORIDA. 'My dear' Mivliim, I ImVe lost. [ can uut thiy never hear, -gnsHipand, 1 nl.iiidir, art the, -- I
-" r think of unv very dixlinuuishud man whit deadliest and the !'cruel weapons' nnin has Tlip""anif8l men;' whom the, PlidmleUihia !
OHlae Jittpta'rs' over the State Bank.BftTiHllru NEUFVILLE BUTLER: & CO. ever horu the nniiift of Joseph, ixcipt' the forced: for his brother's I.urt.--Allllto Year Pros tells
,tlnara Iroin 9 a. m. to 1 p. rn., nod | us occupy lust !>j. lln ic-8 of
fro,u 2 lo 5 p: in. irentlennin, ue rend uliont in the tiacreilBcnpliirf Run nd.AHIICAN.
noiobirJ1'Om' --he who wilt such II l.ivoiilti: ii if I --0 ,- ---- Cuucresii! cnpaKcil/ in "tolviug; the stubboinprobleina .
(SUCCESSORS TO W. H. Wl'Ll.IA 1IS,
--- -- .... Mrll. Pouphar< i : --hut I will nut him' lorI -* IN TIIK :SKNATK: : : GAI.J.EnV.--\n of tile hour," were thus described

EDWIN A HART WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I think he was the d-est fool I ever did ('{fut, 'is to be made ill the Senatd In clan ily i- by \Hon. S S. Martli.-ill. of IHinuip, inI Ie

h.( ar, of." the ainliiois' who tisit the galleries. Ke- cent speech in the House of lUpre-mt.i-
r ATTORNEY AT LAW DEAI.Elt!' IiTJeN' Jli re's your poiu-il,1' sail :Mm. IKiriy, served si'iitu for the numbers of Jnngnss: I
, tocsin
lL1 D [SC N FLA. scuddled mil "I'I I the door, I some ol the bitter.halves ol Senators, "::Sir, theree are pour men in 0111 cnnntiv\
.8..Ft.E who need tau nl the, (! ,
----- whose ollnCtorii'S ale oUVniled by the AtVienu charity ovi-i ninenl.is r
llTIr.rl, priptloc In the Court of tho Middle A NORTHERN MAN ON HIS TRAVELS INALABAMA. aronm, He.ides, even when the colored much", at li'iixt lit cnlored men Look

Ki'brinrv, liKliHal. ,(" 15,t.'iiTiiit.1804. 47-'f KITCHEN, PARLOR AND] OFFICESrrQVBS .-A correHpondent of I the New population' ar folks it is found I that the, canaille or common .' cannot rp.ire tune to eomc hurt.day after.
York Times, willing Irani Nashville under people mix up am .rut; the Senatorial dllV Mild, li"\lt\ ) III the lIlKlMI-r-illns ill tllfKl

W H WHITNER, date, of March 20th AII'S : families, so I hat it is ddl'icult to distinguish I halls, bur Iroin the COltllll, 'IICPme1)t of ''ilmsi'sMon

Ir' I have just arrived) here from M bile, the commonality flint, Ihe :niislocracy The' until now von lind ) our callellrHcroiiilril

I 'I ATTORNEY AT AW, from whit I place I traveled ilone, on hUI'."- ladies. complain' and tho Senators: thenforerequest I with iho, cliilili. n ,;1' AII'i'h. who.

y' r MADISON, FLORID AND ALL h..I'k.. at a slow liner. and) with the exclusive Ihn S.'igettut-nt-Aiota to eh ,.ily i die to be faded out of I tho treas-yrj' oftlie,
''' object. in view of iilinnintr my>.plf of I the (oiks, but that officer don't 'It-el authorized con nil'y.
\ FIIACJTICR ITilh; COURTS OF
'VIr.ro Mhlit, Circuit. Hutu re of the con nl ry IIIIho, people! union? I lo comply' with the riquetso savs Senator, "Tlicno H" thin pooplo that come here
.. ,tan '20: 18')5NEV') -. Other Article vsliomitiH. my inteniimi lo ultimately', I locate > Riddle wl ho, olllred a resolution' to-day directing day alter day. and darken these I lc'ihilivH/ ,

.. -- .. ; und as I am a Northern man by birth, a place to be set apait' for the, iliiiingtie. InilU, while lilY eoiii'titufiilk (lie 'ioilii|> ut' F.
IN TUB an anti slavery man by education and voted Somebody objected tn the pnsentconnidcnition homo II 1111 b'0 to |l'lh' t ihe tax L r. Ko'r
for Mr. Lincoln ill 1SCO( ( and 1851 andes ) of the subject, and the rtso- want ut'D inniket their grain roll in tlngranary <

I was a soMier in the Union army d'iriiitf lution goes over ulllrll\luuda-Cur. N. Y. while we hut vo bur un inidit-no.
GOODS HOUSE-FURNISHING BUSINESS I he late great sluljlelIn,1! during/ my Herald. these lazy vagabonds, who are lo be |led, [

entire trip I not only made concealment -0--- KuppiiKt, 01t uflhu [public crib, nhile, tlitm-"
145 Broughton Street, ol I lliese facts, but always( to tent I he mutter, DlSiUVANTAGKS OF BMNU \VnlrB,-The sands of t the "i'|iliiin children of uhitu soldiers
w is particular to ntnto them to all \vii ii i President of the Opcluusas railro.nl has ordered alto" died fi :litin? gallantly' for the

SAVANNAH GEORGIA. whom 1 conversed it is apparent; I lint il'miv that negroes pay the same fare on ihu IhllIl1,1 'Ion tilt, honor. niitiy and 1 glory if,

PEATOBIUS OLARK one was in danger! at this tune' in Dixie, I road that white folks .1,.. Tint is riiht( .- their country are ii :.(piug! alons n lilu of
& 0::&" AM orders promptly filled at Ihe lowest Mould at least have fared roughly Tim, Why did the Kedenil o/licers/ who contioil poverty ii,lull all nst bi guars unnoticed and
nmrkto prices. fact. that, under the circumstances' I made ed the road let negroes pass over it at ball.priee uneaie'l lorbythit>H'ink-i bly linuP |in-'
the trip without the fclightrst molest.iiion, ? \1 lute laborers" going fl'tllUew! Iriots uhoaruHO piuhetionlly' IVivmt in the

IEItClL\Nt\ Ti\ILOIt\ April 3,1800., 3m thnt wherever I went the most !'III'lilllulid Oi leans to Atiiikaims' to net wink wtiu woiship If their eliony idol.Ivpuxa .

unfeigned hospitality was extended to me, charged live dollars for pns iiau on the ears; : I
L'I;
tulticienl, negro laborers WII' charged! two dollars\ : : STAKMMJ "": "Hieitil/ hiponsfrom '
is to give the lie to nine tenths of
MICKY BEATTIE & CO.
and half. d |p. coiall the, Indiana lobe
TALL I the assertions made by parties who expect n A'white passenger wax IIIX.' ivpirxent : ,
\IIASSEE. FLA. through two und a half ilollars for being white, or a in n Hlni'viiijr. eonditionwhile the !torts of" I II
UIPPI.\ AND GE.NEKAL political preferment only a continuation
of wrangling"' and turmoil. negro was credited with two. n.1 u hall dollars I thai lerrimiy, fare so short of p, lsvlsiuna, I lh.it. i

+ ,r ---- Commission Merchants r for tiring black. Why did the Fide- they nru unable to succor" the |pour thinu I
A MATRIMONIAL TRICK.-A rich old rill oflicers make. this odious distinction: hue \\'e are tin iiiuvenii III ill CiUlgri; CH I" """ 1'l I

''tTE nreinow receiving a fine nm.r>rtmnnt of ANn FACTORa IN widower in Canid.i: is said to have practiced Iween fal'icU and vvhite people' \m they mOlll'yf"rll1l"II'.III'I"I"| | As they owmil \
/ CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTING a very artful hi-rno to gain the hand of not claim. that no dos inction should 1 be made. ? the Kind befoiu lh., vtlnics. ili'.v hav' von e I
LINEN GOODS FLOUR GRAIN PROVISIONS COTTCN, AND the belle of the village. He got an old Planters' (Liiuiniann) Gainer u:uimu' to pity nnd to i liui-ity. I'.iil: they ai > I

PRODUCE GENERALLY. gippy to tell the young lady's fortune in ------ not black and, emi'i 'Lt' well' used in eleeli' t
A gentloman' Iroin' Chicago a few days >na. They are ,that 'iinieinilible net of I
and word which he dictated follows |
Clothing Furnishing Goods SO3 and C05 DAY STIrF.ET.SAVANNAIt as ;-My
dear young ladyyour star will soon be hid since, cut from the lest hand III'a friend, in Indiana' Hilt Uxfd'' uhiih .1 tt."<.!' vc s lu'Lliin \

Consisting, In part, of the following, : GEORGIA, for a short limo by n very dark cloud, but this city, a piece of a net die five-tie lila of !{ but conleiriitV|' uluill, bun wli>nl-r

t Fine flack, Bluo and Brown BroinlelothB ( O STANTLY on hand ft Inrte assortment of when it reappears' it will continue to thine 1111 huh! long, uldili' was broktn off in the it l he more lioiioriblu to be taxed' nld not r
Black ; Fine Old K)u, Bourbon and \1'heatVhlekles, with uninteirupted until the end palm of the right hand six ) curs 1120. He to pay I the tax I'lan not to be ta.\i'd. '('I.ti :
Doc-skin splendor t
Fancy Spring: CaBslnierusjnine .
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; Wines Brandies io.ti
Glue
states that thu first hu felt. of the net.die utis l.ixes that I rite; fI"v'rnllll'lIt will I'liivifrom
Flnnnoli, Black Drop d'Ete f Cash Advaiii e. made on oonslFntnente of of your days Uelore one week, n wealthy l'
Black and Colored Italian Cloths; Produce to MICKY, UBITTII it Co, I'hllujulnhlu. old widower, wearing a suit ol black and a about six months USD in the mist i of Iis, left the efif! rirln'd, nnrli nuut haled, nice i-f llf.nl' .
; March 27, ISUtf. 6w fine hat will visit and arm. The neerllu was much conoded' rued! \\ill, not pay llnle'a <- al.ty| an :.Minister InSpain.
castor a ,
White, Colored and Fancy Linen ucbn pay you request
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the gentleman .will ul course, it usa :;/ ,
(pifserve
White, colored and Fancy Linen Drlllluge your hand in marriage. You willIICl'Cpl _
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his otl'er. become his wife and be curiosity it having tt I'un.r.e.1! the entire
I Black and Brown Silk Mixed: Comings SADDLE ,
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1 Fancy and White Marseilles left a widow in possession of all his property length of both arms, tit bides passing through/ EA'VAV TO Oowrru INTk"R'T' i
i3laekSilk Velvet and ; before the close of the year. Your next his body. Needles] which have, been lost 'in "'e give the following&: all u hurt and eolrevt .- I'

White, Brown and Buff Silk Linen Venting Shlrtu; Harness and Carriage husband will be the young man of whom the Mesh have before been known lo ,make plan lor iMuiiriutmo; 'inlriml at 6 |per> .

4 1 Linen and l'a"orCollars Lisle ; you think moat at present." Three days strange passajcs, bul ihU is one id'ihe most cI'nl. /lor Day nuiirber! it| da)', |1111' i.lrhituUlnhrr .
Thread; after the old itentleinan dressed in the curious cases un record. ; of days by 0, mid IIUI, |: il'ly'|' ihe ili'llars .
,
Cotton and Merino '
Half Hoaej; ESTABLISHMENT J described the ---- -,- by ihe, di\idi; ) utl' the, l"oulll..II| ,.. ihti-r-,
{t Fine Cotton and manner by gipsy 1 presented
Flno Linen Fine Jeans Gauze Merino Under hlr.., himself to the young lady and the marriage A farmer in Chuslerlifld, oouity'a.: .. recently eat in deci., 1.. : cut oil' Ihe, rishl hand tiif

Cotton Fluanel and Merino; followed The year is more than out, but brought/ a suit against a Frenchman urns n ud )"U have u in fiolUin or venH,
Lisle Thread, Berlin and Cnderrtilrtu; the tough old widower still linger. for Ktlliui him a dunfmule. ; he had 'geed, tlinoVh .t ii> the 11111.1",>\,1'$1001.,rtvteiilviiiiu
Kid Glove.; __ whined und lia" ed" until he was houise, ia\s1'.1! divided by 6 in 3J,
,
Handkerchiefs Black Lave Juit| received a largo .u..rte *
and Cravats and FaneSilk Tic' I meat ot Uuodn,ouunliilil oenentlom A western fanner who wished to invest hut the inulu
;Cishmere 1'i the accumulations uf his industry in United haw, consequently ho was 4 deaf mule The At'uin what U the hilt' r..tIII ?S78 tni-
Burpendrr, Overshlrts: n'. nn<\ Lncllei 8 ddle., State sicurilits, went to Cook's reply of the Frenchman wnn-Parltlru, ze !IJ dust; t'J'J dividxl bv 0 is 1SJ:; j 378
Also line Jay
a assortment; ofMEN' Fine Double und Sickle Hurnemi, office to the The newel is not deaf; 11 newel no unleri.tan" | mat'i'licl| by l.r 4 i U S-5 N5'! such 9-10.} <
Bridles, Collars nnd \,1111'0| procure treasury notes.
YOUTHS AND English tilklo. him." 'lie' _._--- .n. _
ze
BOYS'Spring Saddle Oh>lh.. clerk inquired what denomination' he would you vise l
Utiov: Flndlntri of ev ry description! have them in. Having never heard that held over next term (JVPSIF8 IN MAtu-ACIIUHhTrtf.- .\ bund. ,) of .,
[ and Summer Clothing leather of all kinds, word Kyi[ l"e CIII' I.lilll..I" ',,"lu lillndieil, hli\ I I
Travelling satchels:; and Trunk used except to distinguish the rrhgi- Arbor
mh27 SIIddlo Bud harness hardware, ous sects he alter a little deliberation replied Sorer SOAP Full n lieulenunt. "_tied mi Ihe ilivKiinf- In,lit-lwftii, \ JUbtIjainbridtfo
If Carriage j Trimming" : "Well me in old call him captain 1 ; 'lor a niidille-iigrd: \ lady and 1 :.Sutiirrville, uuirloaloi.) / .
Wagon and Muggy J(uh., you may give part ki-s In and that mistook I.. I'riini :
r, : say jon r lor 1'hfy etime C.inA'ln, abut nix !HM'nll.HHgu .
[ To Grocers and Confectioners Buggy Hhaftu: Bpokei: and Hlnn School Prfsbyteiian, to plediutthe old lady;
her daughter ; bur a young gentleman I Using The baud in regularly org1l"iIHI.IIIII!
Buggy Axles anti springs: but give me the heft on't in h;'eu-will Uiplist. -
." (fifteen, asli his opinion! i.1( H razor ; for young/ governed by u ijueu, 41 li., w.,. appointed'
WK: have jnst received a large lot of splendid CARRIAGES AND Bt" DIES ladies, if you know lluir color tohu natural, Kiinie two yc-ai'o biuuu/ lot II trout ul ietenIENEHAL

I will nianufuiiture-"" ( r..n Into Wrapping Paper, which we Gen. Sheridan's opinion of Texas is aid 1 ncoube ilium ill'paiuting.|> ) elll'tl .
of every dewrlptlon, to have been thus expressed tp a friend :- .. ---- --- -
.E1P R BAG-S I Machine\ Bulling. If I owned Texas and h-I, I'd l matt out They bus"struck ilu"( in North (larolj-- ( T.cAIA.-\. corrtsp| imlrnt cf
Work made to order and P pkirlog lone with 'iha !New Voik :Newii; ornerlH Unit Ciiiivrul
ORDER' 'i'txai Hid move Iu the na-a whalu Kfty-ux feet In len::'ih made /
country
AND PRINT TO dlnpatoh ;
Allen for. Whe"er wilion'i and hfowetiSEWINIMACHINES. -- -.r.- IU appearance" I the (J"I'f.' .. r river la-l h'"ls 1 "'.IIIf..rod hisfIi-t,151 illIpfilittUiillt| { I [ \:\ (

This I Is a splendid opportunity) for Grocers and I If a ."n' has I the blues, atn; ; lie be laid week, and wee. capiureU: j bv the :tsinllhtiMepeople. : ply tn President; Pavn f..r.. a uiminJBrion. ill
) fathers rcr "
Ti to keep their bunliu'os before h"I"olI.. d. ]w. i'UIDT.Tallahassee I ihe Conlrdt '''Itl' iinn)
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vi-Weehltt c I fti1c1. Llcnt. (:('11. Grunt 'TIhankt'n, I such beast, (Andrew Johnson) will exhibit (From the ll.eon Telegraph.! !'I and not the PI f'.hlpnt. to dote: 0\;

The Rer. Mr. HOBBS hn had : signs of peiillence, much leas will he Is the Privilege of the Writ of "the insuriectioii \is at an enl
A tires'before be likely to civ.* up Ms grasp[ on the l\ea\ : Habeas Corpus Restored by I treating his Proclamation as .p

thai grand; Committee, which, for ur)'. If any thins useful results in this (: will persist in excluding the :

BY SHOBER &. OLIVER. weeks, has been holding Its interests ore regard it must be I taught!; about by coercive the Lute Proclamation of' Senators and Representatives .
'
I 1 the pro trste body of the fallen Confede measures. Ills now reported! that the President of thf United i seats which they are 'legally fl.It",
Tliftd. Stevens declares' if the (House if i If they do this they .
Cheapest: Newspaper In the State r He ha demonstrated States ) occupy. mu ",
racy. < I. beyond a .
Representatives was in session lie would I vitally l provoke column with the Pro j

--.- -- doubt, (hat the great animal "is not dead. move the impeachment\ of tbe debauched The followinsr opinion 4s from one ofj,{I dent, and test the sincerity of his declatn:

'J.'ri." E'1"h'.n.'. ....n......$l1 but steepelh." The President will have. bufluon It is to be hoped Iliad's indignation the best jurtot\ of mir, State : tinn "that the insurrection is at an end, '',.

:term-Weekly.............'.......... .1- to take backward will not die out before the session To determine this! question )ills neces- and is henceforth to be so regard d."_

Weekly............................ .... aI'p now ; and commences. His virtuous wrath should airy to look to the ai lion of Congress and I We hate no doubt that the President. I
Lieut-General! ) ORAST, must take back the"President of the United: States BUS
not be shortlived."Let means exactly) what he says, and that his ..
his able report! recently made to Congress, s pending the privilege of that wilt Inflexibly: determined that Coogres
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for
Aireitt Till Sonllncl.Mr.
:
postpone hii European tour, and marsha Mr. Thad. Stevens maintain his By act nf Congress, passed the 7th of shall recognize the fret that the States
i D. It. Witsos, at Quincy.Mr. proper indignation until tbe next sesdlou, June, 1862, entitled "An act for the collection lately in insurrection are "constituent
his grand armies for another
four
HaoHAg JKSKISS: at Madison.Mr. year'snarl and ifia the meant'me Andy Jolmsou does of direct taxes in injurrtctionary States of the United States, und as such

COLCMBC DREW,Jacksonville.! I Became, :Mr. HOERS says the nut resign, a most improbable conjecture, districts within the United Stales, and for must necessarily be, and bv the Contlitn'I

people "\,.ilk treason openly" on the nor die off in a diunken deuauch-t'qual- o.ber purposes,1' it was made the duty cf lion and laws of the United are mad
Col.! D. J. TAYLOR a: r.rnRn.1ina. the President to dechre, on or before the
Ftlt"U0,1! what Mr. Hoses ly improbable, for heaven is chasteningthis equal, and placed on a like footing as to
says
Msj. F. C. BARRBTV al Gainesville.Mr. nation in divers miraculous ways, first dayof July theu next following by political rights, immunities, >iignity no lpower
nktf be so. Oh He's the <
rfrtrtrJ >fr. bis
yes in what
proclamation Stairs
C. E. JOHSSOX Montfrelki.Mr. then remove him by impeachment or partsof with: the several States with which
lIol\Bs-tht' r. .i'r ,f tbe States insurrection existed.
i> fmM/W gentleman theare '
'V. L. STlh')(" at Ceutre\ille. This is the style in which the Radicalsare united
who, while Accordingly, by proclamation dated If the Congress under
among us, was K closely the malign Influence .
Mr. Jons A ORCBB. at ?av nnah. Ga. accustomed to speak! of that great July 1st, 1862; the President declared the
of Stevens and Sumner
identified shall
with the interests of the South refuseto
man, able statesman and patriot, the President :Metes of south CaroHna, Florida. Georgia do this, and shall still exclude h"
:
z T.\.LT.u\.1I.A J.TIIURSDA :: : H solicitors: thai the good polio of the : Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Mi of the United States However we representatives of those Stales it nil
President might prevail, tt eager: to carry may "ulk trf'aceo dine to thatrrrtftait I Arkansas, Tennessee, North Carolina become the duty as we believe il is Om

Y. APRIL 13, ISOO. Florida back into the Union I and tie State of Virrinia: except: certain purpose, of the President to treat their -I
divine: deponent, we are willing counties, to be ia: insurrection and .
.- .- 4.I Because of the sicredness of his office, I acts as of no legal effect. J
---- rebellion.By .
I to'hazard the assertion r .
our
veracity upon ,
They
assume to < the
1'<':I'T fail to read the pithily humorous, I and his earnestly expressed" synipalby for : act of Congress approved March 3, I Rights bill.may pa s Civil .
that there is not a man In the South, we or any other vile measure the
and l\tf'I1'f'ly:\ practical communication of I the South, and his more earnestly expressed :- 1863, it was enacted, Central.Directory "#
may concoct his
over
mean a .SWA/rn min, who feels lo.rdsbe "That, during tkt rebellion the ,
our contributor, desire to see her restored to her present rf so, They cannot compel him to execute a
I : President r.s that article would indi.ae President of the United States, whenever, 1 it. Titer dare ,
place in the Union not utefor article oft
--- -- he was introduced to in his iiidfme'U.
the ctiblic safety
l et or \\" std h*. eatable. of exnress. mat ; impeachment against him. He !J
an"1I\h Corrcipondcnce.l t: our people! and received 1 the !hospitalities: - require IIIs authorized to suspend the .t laugh can
in himself in such them to scorn and in
: terms of disrespect ; strong the i1
j for which Florida i is proverbial. To Late, I privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in
just of bis
The letter of our Suvatmah corresponr. j ce cause, and in the confidence
i Nay, even in the Lour of the most bitter any case throughout: the United States
or
been thns noticed: by ''hono-able! eer.tle- of the people, uu defy their utmost mal
dent, thonsh: not very revert, w l1'e j hoslm.iebo.'o the doors of the Templeof any pat t thereof." ice
and will
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,
triumph all their
found interesting. Il came too Ute for mea, was too Jndden an eleralion ; and Janns were thrown wide! open, Ib"rro. In pursuance and by virtue of the authority nl:!'. over malice 'q+
I then "in a moroent-Jn the of invested in the President j jI
twinklirg au by this ,
insertion in onr hit. We trust onr renters *es.of the South thus 3
spoke not of her
will have tic: benefit of more frequentconnibmions eye," to be transported to the g and honorof act of Cocgress, he issued his proclama-! What the !ontli! .f'
most :
\f'cJs.
worst foes. deed ti.
n dated
we venture to assert Sept. 15, 1SGS, and declared! \
I bating a ttrt- before the committee [I
from his graceful pea. at thaI resolved Is the South to support "the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus The following very pertinent article is '.

arancab, by its r.ai1.RN..I connectionsis \\"uhhtt.'n-\Tho wonders that he forsot I he President and maintain the Constitn- suspended throughout! the United i copied from a tale number of Th Rich .

leligk-n, truth, everything' I Stales," and "thai this suspension will I mond Times :
and the business
!felting so near ns, N'lat -
ion and a11nthlrilali.t'
I Of course, when that infamous letter interpretationshereof continue throughout tbe duration of ti! e Just after the war bad closed: and wbentrade .
N'O$ of our Merchant are growing so : and so l")y il are her people to rebellion, or until this proclamation shall, once more flowed in is accustomed

intimate w ih this beautiful "Forest City" I published in XE'1''rk, and attnl>nte.i to he Cnk-n. that it will yet l-e r -at1 rm..d by A subsequent one to be! i issued by the channels the Southern people acted very '?
the former Superintendent of e-1'ication President of the United modified much like child.en. They had been so;
that we shall be pad! to have our columns S toes be '
I other of old. that it is
rs in future to be ;:
in long d-ptived the blockad
by
there. Flor .ia-tht' Rf'''. Mr. t.\(1l1r-I fir,1 or revoked' and a general .y
liberally represented
the treat conservative element in this 1 be ) interval of scarcity of
leached:: the r.f meaning: of this proclamation is "gocdie: ,
eyes Mr. lion, in Tau ,
We are pained to learn that the evider.ee I ;ereume: :t. that during the rebellion the President sweets" ic, that the first money they <

against )Ir. I'IrscA: It,now on uul before h 'see, his rocabnliry was exhar
a Military Commission here, for allesel ::: the siattderBut he did'ut Onr SaT3 nah Correspondence.rsc I lion Mispeuding; the privilege of the- -wi.i I and.gave their apof'iif', !' a good! fea't--':

cruel treatment W Federal know, then, what a wonderful effect tii I I \>f habeas" corpus, but i if not tnod.Sed.r:: The f' was a sitd. ten and =sea; demanl (
pis. for cakecamdi. ,..
etas exec'ss revoked, the suspension would continue canoed fruit: oianse. j
ten \cit'rc..o.mt'. is of such a character upon sentj f'lt. I e I '>c era cws COSKISPOSTESI.SAVAXXAH throughout tbe duration of the reU>!li< nand bans ae i IUM! ft. nits lemons, and all i>j.j.ucitit

t as to give his friends n..ea'nes. True, the whole tone of your letter to il may be added that no sound, : >h. N.r were the atraciioij5 of :fAj

-- ---- the noble man hoe confidence you Lave I April 3J, 1&>6. sensible construction can make it exieud: I j chee-e, sardies.. W'rrf'sltrbiof'Iuce.,

: .\> much abused and whom you bare sod Brsine'sha< teen. quite dull, cenerallyor any further. |' ale, bitters. wit e> and liquors cp! !!I lect< l. t.

Prr onil. ""!' ply wounded, s.>nnd. like the hnnL I the fast .... .10'Rt within a day or Is the rebellion:! eided, or dies it Mi 1 All of these C"mni"diie. preceded the; ari it
Wt' I coiriuue! I rival of plows, ho< U"-, shades, ihovelj
were clad to meet yesterday Mr.Rsir ,
cocfe iocs of a sinner a tacit acknowl.rdrmer two, t1m(1.; .. a Tattle! more lively,. If the' rebellion has rl'a'l'oi to j j and these more ii-eful items thai go io '
exist ]
IlAaetsc so
( >, who i I
Snjeriateodeatof j Scarcely :a steamer arrives! from Floridais i make f
of your fat>eh od, and your hu the .aispensiun of the privilege of the i: np a cargo "notiooi" fr n any
Post 02ce ar.d mail h'tlltS. in this: g3L: But yoa
Slate, He ha just N'urn'm a trip I I *< nm extend either 1. !I Tie fi:mot and aim.> pernirj this lejter that another chacg? ,IIcliruiue 'ioD.to! visit our city t<> take advan- //.i. y aci "f C'-n ; ,
Into West Florida, atd us the trati- ; Peiof rng.of. Ares i cage cf I) fall:I in ia
would not, $0II, he recMnnea1I ; t'notict'ol ('II j been tal -n.to" hive !lot-i si
Sates
tie E'tUII.1
.
beyond
ij ir.j: jnTei-cer.c* t:&t a reu.ar ins rwKe I (del by your fri"nJs ia this I locally. Ifs '!111$1. and wbxa has
: tri weekly mail i is esta.L.he'd! l--IWf'n wt/r res.deace bll" has praxra so jpja j!i present wiiiin; ; aad cwod ..f all d..crip- j' The evident of the United State, by conduce to our solid ror.f.t'&ud f rrv .

Qciroy: aad Cfcatuhooebee: and, I't'mi- riou u yonr moral co situ tai i ij e burs car.'e put chasm v low in tits: mar "i proclamation bearing date April 2, IS66, ||' | erity."The demand is nm now fm "uick-
.week'y, to Marian The on. ;st J has declared that iaudin nacks, but for everything which U nbj
bcx-soatbe armies millj -
a. -
CLaaboach.e ;j not the ttantr rf'C.far wore disastrous i ij | ket, to day, as they can ia New York. j tary occupations, marllal'Is w, miliia j Manual and enduing, ttbeiber for' lie

river carry the isaZU to j j I |"lorida U, someiJases, ttry sJc..ly in the This stases affs' has, no doubt been j f tribunals, and the stt pesiou v.f the writ y appetite, the arts, agriccHur; or tasaa-

Aratathx x-JA,, or rj the river, as a mailerAtler summer **A on, and it\ away s warn caused by The :...1y decline: in he goMj o?? habeas c.rpu:\- die.. in time of peace, j JI. facin.es. We do tot want soar n:> mach

ofarttinmmah:ioa, Monday ceil.a 1 Then, too j i's *.. fall of"tra.'toV accorditz j market an.l the continued scarcity of I.i iUn iT"U:> in the public interest, ainiiiioim now as we d.> saw mills: nor riJ.lPi'Jh asl'1o"s
*-week'y Kill win run from Maiatca ( |>atl>le with the individual. rights 01( | nor rakes and cj!':iv! aj much asaxes
r to sear testimo-cy) thai a fu-i C'thi.. a tey. In fact, nany of our mercbart: citizens and hoes T'e' who catered
j ctuttary to the spirit nf our free Loons
Mjfrn.
to> l1
t..t. Oe a.tl.rer'e.tQ
=eva
man:: like; yourself, m; ht run tie tisk of j t lack: : for a crash amon; the speculators of I institutions! and aj exhaustion of the National firtt tastes ad wants da cotseeai ta realize i

: are atc,) rut is c\:1unu.1 a>ui-ef nartyrdora by c>mil so farSouth. lie North, who hire! been accumulating resource>, and ought not therefore, the caue ncb; has con ores as.

tx'a with Mariaasa.We Ton aad t.Jrl! Urge :cck in l I"e snuctioi.ed or a'lownl: except in case They tl.II crowd the market with thin',
have dore ewc;h far !I I $ anticipation / which .. ..
yourcvuntsc' e I
tad tie .( for repelling no sjer want, t.Hudr -
jOeasare ef reeer;, aX>, i as-, or invasion, or for
CoL HAIS' frcsi You are a saaztr, sow, &adyoq :iofs rt> the Mipp'e ion of insurrection or rebel- bl ioginz to us 'Il'moo* isa. Ib.ill- ..."..'."

SAvartaX charjed ec;al to be> c>>cu>nl to: end the de I The trial of PrxCAS before a Military Enn." and he tten 'pioclaiius and declares tile us lo bad; oar broken fortunes. .f ::

wish similar des ia Geor':U. He aI -<- cliTaa, years of ya Hlattrions Etc in li C*:::;;t:sun, for cruelty to prisoners atcdeiJnvine II.allhe insurrection: which heret As the Si Bib *as, by rravoi) i.f dt'f

sues .s :t.AtN deiiy ic tie:: Savascth ; to theaefaI pUsdh-s of the stoine 1( \ :! is l'noressin:: as fast as tuie eAi>pd in the States of Georgia, war, so hug a &IM ttfrt, i il wu E.uoral f' ,

t".a.; *, 'of 24 boa-s betweeo T:zmasriL'ear4 i once:: :: I j Cr'ubl.tn'o.UI: allow. The evidence. Spilth Carolina. North Carolina, Virginia, we should hate ehaved .ike duUrta .
j Epic a'rit lower aaseS | when they c at111 of scis-i-l) 1
eeamyour Louisiana
Mcel I Alabama, AI kan as. MI>M:. II -*iiV>n
will k'r he .
a N ;er etlectseared : own bvvcie-for wb-as go,>l. dvtcbies against the pr:oner, tbu far, is very pi. Texts and Florida, I is at an end, aud when they get t rT of sbj f'bt'oaT'd iftera '..;

and that, + *at.t'r. .* may expect ;. *, yon iAve sj yct tie Sower: of your s I strocg, and it will If'tluitery strong henceforth, to be to ro. al11ed." long roy_;", or hr.mrs wbea I let out cf '.

SjiranzjLli papers (hroc: ;;fa. fr.vn thai days. i i ittctUn: ; ie>tin ony tp clear him of the Therefore, there being no invasion in- and the stable. We had to kck aear; tees:

eLy, two days after they ar* pebfishedIha I U.- charge surreeiii n. or rebellion, the suspension of frolic liule.' Bat now w want togo
the writ of habeas has tu work in dead ea-te:, aad cot!
Non expired by
wif l-e Ouinia Po corpus
i-aUfricj c the
reamer Croton, from Charlestonfor its own limitation. want tools and aj'jEiicw: can

freer! it-d, C.:-:.-trttr---. -r-.t..i---...- Jacksonvil: lt', via that place, was sunk It was united to the continunace of plete our jub.COTT05 ; .

The! CiUl bights Hill. ;i Bay: meat. i i. ts sot every b.>.Jyh) ,. eat t teat four miles: from Beaufort one terd.iy. the rebellion, and cannot by any rule of & .

We hare wren this Rill a 1t.'C.Z.taJ.' :' -ft* n ," however uzo!-jN" ,'r.abl" a '+ It is thought she! is not much injured, but it.construction, be made to extend beyond >Las ass-Lass A cone Gone
and e-f'f 1 (oe 1J.t If U bu jasc l AS ': taiie now aid ti-ea of that 2ecuiM d h will: ,x'n be on the route again.Aa Any farther proclamation by tbe Presi np.n Lose jsdrzett ii* editor e

..r..r.u1f y It.'Ntr; .h st f.'lty.n'O cay: tot : for Kke; other taUowed irs :u. j i interesting case has just been decided dent declaring the privilege:; of the writ relies: P vex a ; otty j4 5.-e tt tb

jar.a nrs.a n3aer, c-J raracsrp a9 ti* 1.X'U of tie |> 4 4d daYf of Pixie this t in this: city by arbitration. It will of habeas to," ... restored, is unnecessary. | future. Ht' rays : ,
I has Mis declaration that the rebellion Is What are the fact U f e trd :* a fizt
avo csiitu.al Lee-s es M&sd a-Aj t&o at an
a cx ed Fy the away ** who wadi be recollected! that the
at of Sa nl] cchivation
capture end of
I I ends the suspension' of the writ of i COSKXI. a-.d rears ofneroes
Frrs .l""I'S t.-u< it stall Lw t2r et iu ex, aid who deE tiid ia deco in_ vancah Gen. kiibta to f eJd Ulor *
f'U by SUERMAK, The Republican )- torpNi, and it is incorrect to say : A :A.rrf;or-
Ho-cs* <.f Rege reotares \\"u., ore" ;, a .Trio cl heir Lest: bouts b chasing otUoe pas tUfllo..lo.er to Mr. JOHN that a !proclaiimtion of the President is !: lion cf tie ttlilj&iii't ieid. Aaoihtr

c--'CNs) and thus becNca .... to tot i I the 'nC'C."G rpi" tbe Z1tl Heap ad the:: E. liars who has, since that time been necessary to I lestore the writ. / large comber: hate lei lie cocas ty'Ow.ir" .
in The'piivilegeof the writ of habit ,::; State Tb coi<- tntisc:=:=Z and'
ezfa ra3 't>v tie C.'artso ti_ p etva: the LcOVjw+ air totpus -
aow
re icy t e=fjoybj( !
pubi>hiu the .
.
!: same. Recently, the President Is a constitutional right i it is not derived in the boiioms will t-n I* SB exhlraion -
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t.411t we fear tlat *: lie ergs ad their is es b ohre less i o te t .. 1 I
peat this
ap cote issued tie
an order restoring the property fiom nn act of Congress, or from a year tor teas : to a rear tie?ee
Fanhta's hex had Wa s-iiieah- ua- raises-ike h&".-.syt.s, id t* \"\sts of/ to its former )proprietor, Mrs 1W.. I'r" iilt>iitiitl proclamitUon.The they are trig lack: ; i fcJoe ts>.

rqeoJ.1f tW evastzy affx3:l 'be I-:4t arttroyed. Sins Mr. HATES having President might, during the war or t Ia no pn ef tie eositir 5* a large proportion -

t' ,BI rot trferrenks ssggesiiees .u to t2 f' t office with new material, ihe result of his i evoked, and tho privilege of the writ Jto cotion : ratch eves cf the cpa>d* ia
that aril ivoMVy hellos tics acte 1 I S:. we h1 fu clear KeAaus for our enterprise and iiulustiy, the mutter was would have followed without any act or "1 Asthma and Misusi ppi .T: ::.M I* planted -

D 'e e1am siraeJ ijraasy and eprrsseu. Laea watk3 t1tQiItJ. ti that it it not all. left/ lo>> aiMiration, who al\l\rd"llho oiUcx piouliiination' : restoring it. So when tb* ; at all A great tester cf tie: "h

w. It s etli t>e j I on | aymeiit of a coiisiileration .led HI Its existence with no sort cl Uiti f reisrsici t" ,
radical to a certain <
f fc tal stale
c:> r ssjuf* by the Re pree sad politk-aat of cf
he to )Ir. SIMS, and the paper' will things/ when that stale ceases to exist the plactaUoeJ. dsettlrr fact: ke..aonly 2
ajud is* asa'ant. nl at Uw.crii So.rtJi atuJ deooacc His Escelleucy j therefore contiuua under the auspices of Ilia MiNptinsloii/, ( censer' with it, and the, '. to those wbs: are caisc; lie Srt

LM 1:1 'ono.ataiw Ptr ....ts Is est.." : rmidect JOE i MS ia the moot unb. the (,'IIUf'r. Mr. HATKS Is CoiiHtltiiiion of ilu. United States throws to make wires aides ti", peewit aij,,ct, ,I

u.! wait, gate ]y. Irdee: d, we hare cv cia:, al u.gtali3ed: terms, if "ecf of considerable iv youiiir mm at mutt eve ry l'illzI.'l1lhe protection which ii the general: opp ,tiers cf tl* E ego was \I

reacltmd that sin osr history, abretae'"laast.4y the i South b bat express our I ability and strict business J the writ uf habeat torfM afforded him before den to Ce'd tabor. The bee tepibl* of n

---- --. anxiety in habits whose only fault Is a de\'Oliu" to lliu 'rebellion cuiutueneed.CotsQrew i the men se* aid feel tt* eecwsijy If) la- .e
tsactiriay" <-f it*, is.vtik u > cerwa a a.l4I t'5 \0) p* te-aJuiUted[ the r"w,,. There is but little doubt Hint -----.-. .. !, h.. to tS..tt:.., !.&i. k. iS... A is a settled

war crass. as well as bee :. i"*<'''- It ;' istd the Ccktt: to assist the PresMent to under his << stud the Proclama oppsvKUoa co the-r4.1.j; the women e
management the
it .._ eer 'datie. so taut that ... t.a'rt': :'} lU4 taia ti!* OuUtaUon and the F nionatuisst maintain i its former [ pnper' will tion. to go to the E:4l agaia.: They was ta g"s ,c!

M b5$3 ia the ,6&&N' scees lricjirmi $. thou, who: desire to lay riolent reputation. M n live Tho Now York: 'I Into society and tT a Icas'. Ti. wo- II,
Journal, and a. Daily New has
great favorite with the some men are thevat* C\ttoa-pckf'f'S. ,
is the fcOiI d wiles hams people .c
a leZislat.i. sad
:t eisxs, perhaps to overthrow', of Georgia and Florida: rrlli'clli on the probable resuli eta rv. When the iev* Kaie eoctncts taj

\ it C.aaaesa.l+ ia cpiMtarit.: li* pU- theca bta I. *. L-. sure to hav. some The latesluewi from ) fiiNiil of Congress to revoguiae the Feats i make c' 'tQ.I\ was tery evil ad wet,

Bears set the ** ** BH wa vie', it"wat clerical Prwteos to jo before> the Recone I ( JOUPA Wahlu'lo"5"onbtf : I'liiclaimitloii and Kfu !| they bad B* bs a4 to Ere k. no prorai "'hI
IhLL for adoAtacc
ra'ama the I'3 the ol11cCl of Cullec to t i ions to dye on ttey sere djjppointed: th:
pe A t to + s.iss a Hal hot r ciiM Cvtamiuee sad HoiiihiMii
S beatify that \\0 for of Customs for the port of Karan- Si'MiHor aud Representative ;t abut the d rUioe et Ia>is and einle*.- vI
3eettaryel. alsi asps.v re Ae3 111-1 are yal and art ia the habit oftalkzf : nab Mr. Witir WooDBRitioit niter (ilioir Siatet have been JevUred"coiiHiiinllonal Tby said il.Uwe.. bare to work w. .a
swess. Sat .* <.&* hr>ilte tial : treatoo." the pr>.. I miiht well They bhI
ati coetrtrt.
cut Incumbent I States of the as a
iay ft *er d.5ye-asst,. drasevlt two I Jit a specJmea cf the dujraceful\ lan- desiring to r 811t1l. States," ami "on a like United! I wire to a jt iJefi** e:,*splid '<> make .cO!

!liras arN ..... Gat bu rais..i spa }J.- guje is 'herb his Kscel! is & .- --- \ footing a$ to political : aa Dfiie_eot U wo k. Bat wbea toe
ocy spoken' !S At*>!iAu 'IIDtT.-\ light, iminnqities, dijnUy and f prassart cf week la lie heat of the syrij
sags w SH.l s o ftoq" iha Eed ;ea. er.N .. .r at the Xj,tl by the a l.ra"'lIlo of I
: Xonhrm>e |. tock,. city, State, and iti'bt.ail. which! power \I illi the several States with which tad iazwer cyo ce. will t. p rtOl5
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e s 'JI: 11.. E.e. a ai 'ate' j Wt s+rT 141' rapa.s. tt* SprwsSeU Resister, (I lilt.u (\.<
.rw\ala w' he etec.bo3....d to a. : ..scst has arieJ a rrntat 'pcM| .nBO ...I loereeire that the bl\h..t\ place, rla The Stevvni and shade tree CO the Kask .* a stream will! U
I 8*, was boost hi! fir ear Sander faction 'wilt &dt fo fat
Throe k I i ,nnah ''vri ko\IH et.i.'te.21, sad hr.ao tats
reasM In all '
eel.H. to per probability, insist I '
a supple t that 1 crnts. xs they hats IIf
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eat fl'ol1the thankfulness 0' since depths I and caihV of graiitnde'fan'd my amnn/1 heart! ,ybti the,the iii t most biii-feel:, ID 1\V\ u ricaltc! rt.: AT WHOLESALE .! lTI 1 inri i T, i



THAI X MARKAs state in our last, I tie thread of my existence: ;must snap,, its I. r. eaLO?:.... I. t. TlC..IR.. .... A. R. WRIOUT RAW MILL"" GRIST :\1trLS. j'

we pla cross mal k, In red, iiencil, opposite silver cord ere this visjt lo the. Capital, of PELOT. TUCKER & WRIGHT, SCHOONER WM, B, MANN I ,

each sul sctiber'e name, "hose subBCiipllon the Eai th's Paradise shall be effaced. from COMMISSION AND Due hi Si Jl/irU loaded with! Worn! Working Jlnchh! cry t

fur The Sentinel due. We do my memory. It Im seldom been my lot SAWS, BELTf.VO, &::0. Ac.:

not Intend this a+ a dun. We do it, partly (especially during the last few pats if Forwarding Merchants WOOD -& MANN'SPortable :
SPRIiJG; GOODS;
because the most of you have requited ItJ: terrible realities) to find such a display of
ITT Street Snvuminli Uii. CItLEIZZATEI>
Bay ,
and lnl'tl-becaltse, If it is convenient all that, chnracteilzeslhe elements of true '

for yon to euleil will "make our books Southern chivalry comprised into such a Wir.T, alvu their partliMimr and 1 i tll'roollnl nt- FORMcKibbin Steam Engines .
to the tale of (J nion, Lumbur and 1
look belter." small compass, as I have found In thin lit 'fD"bur, and ffnllclt cnnslifmnoniH .

tin city ; and I shall, long !bold It as a Also, dealers In Ua J. Corn Jain and Fred. &: Allen. 4c
April 12. 186(1. Bt
JUST TUB BILL FOR TUB TlMBS-1 briglu-blooininj:( oasis in the arid desertof V

thai advertised by W. E. DA NELLY, As't. my checlelellifp. For JScvlo.K 1,000 pieces! Spring Pi' Inn, American,

Call; on him and make your pin chases. To the gentlemen, composing: the Ilono.rablebodyof ;A HARHEUJ Mess Pork; I :Sprague: Phillip AI eu'a, Men'mine,
AlilVrmen I tender most OU SO: bnlin Hay,; &c., &c. . . . .. . . 20c Y 1 '
my fiO hll -roe; Kiln Dried Meal
700 \btiHhula ()ornlo.llckoj; ; 300 pieces! Spring, 11''Latiues, . 27c /
MAKE Veen CONSIGNMENTS, ix SAVANNAH heartfelt thanks for their magnanimity 2(10( I'lmlmln (lain, In Bucks; 200! ,pieces,! Law'us tool Jaconeis . 3ou
L Lt Lx
-To the Commission! and Forward andfceneioaity in remitting! the accustomed 1(1( \bnrrtiin Whisky; 1(10( P'R Plaid and Sniped! Oi gnn AI: or which will /be sold at a very small ad- ,0; ) . . :JOe'' I
I ins, [ House of/ ELOT, TDCKF.B. and city taxes ; and they may lest assured Vano.i on coat pieces 5Ioziuuhigm' :'I II
DO ileces Plain and Fig Gen.tdinl( (
W. E. DANELLY
Agent.
WRIGHT. well with that much act on their part shall not
We /lie l acquainted Jallahnnrtcp, April 12, 1506. fit 10 bales } Drown :Sliiiting: ,. . 2dc
two members of the firm, and can tree soon be toicolten by me. May they all\ --- 5 bales 1"' . .2Hc

-rtUlI'lid theml\ for great energy and In- long and ably 1111 the high and responsible Xc w Orleans, A pnlachicolaiind 1011..44, . 2>

''t"gllty of chrarter.Zw.:: ollices which their fellow-citizens have 10 bales .1 4 (Appletun' .\.) .. .. .28J! r
St. :n U'I\s. 5 bales 4.1 I 2'ie'

._-.-- entrusted them with. 3 oases I Bleached Sblr I ill:_,. .. 18! 1J I & 11

MUSQUITOES-ClIOLERA. YELLOW FEVER. To your esteemed Governor, DAVID S, Packet. 2 cases i . :2'JoJ : boa
Regular Semi-Monthly 'V
and C. [I. .\U Treasurer 44" wwu wut u.wwt Ti W 11SIIIttF N
.-All these evils may be expected to WALKER, TI8. Esq., J cases Fine.27c! I! fMi?
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of Stale I offer thank for the 2 cases 4 t, Lxuu.ii'.i: # 5
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visit Tallahassee, if all its buildings, 01''half my THE STEAMSHIP i, :***3FI101I

i of them, cover such a cess-pool as iso high privilege of giving, my entertainmentwithin FOCPw TO TIIIIITY-II011SK' : POWER

\ be found under the house opposite to the Capitol building, and. to the WHITE 'Go.o.B, .1 I
gentlemen of the for their many favors 'V 1J: bavi'" lhr> nldt'Ht, large>t, nn'l mo.t emu
press
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McKiBBiN & ALLEN'S, on Munroe street. plet> work In thn country, cnuimvd In m m.ul'ucturlnir .
When the invasion of cholera, nnd other 1 shall forever feel myself! under Jaconets, Tape' Checks, N.iinsook-Sofi, Portable Kimlncc.: Our '};lIlCllle. HIIoxpeitri -,
Mull, Swiss Mull, Dulled, t>"i i isa! s1 ash us, "hi ," 'IIIIKV concudtul to he the brat app i*
dieailed, to ninny obligations. raltm of 'hu duncrlptlon over presented tu lljdpublic.
diseases is 30 greatly as noce
White. Tai letons, very flue, iii, i11;nuts, Table .
it I
Should kind Providence permit
late a rigid quarantine of the whole Damasks, liiMi Linens.WIIITU .

'. coast (SOJlo) be inaugurated,) will we shall again visit Tallahassee about the P1i c: :: '. :CD: A, Adapted to Every Parposa Where:
s when I shallecdeavortn is !
Power
of
not he paidoned for calling the attention commencement Autumn Rcquirad

,of the city council and health ofliceis to present you with _the novel niCHARD ROACH, Commander, : AND CJLOIIEDMusquito Medium Bl7.t>. constantly on hand, or furnished .
"\ : (rave St. Like for New Orleant on on nliort (nties.i'scrlpltve .
, such pregnant causes of disease 1 and daring exhibition of a balloon ascension 1 VTILL Island, 1/olh. on tin arrival of curs, Nets | Clrcularn, with price lI.t. mint. onappllcallon.

together ith my SteienscoDticon! toiicliinit' nt Apnlnolilfliiln the 2d 1 and Mill, and ..
JOMSTOCK & KI.V9EY,
liMUlnit mime II'O.VIII leave Now Oilwiim fur :
1
. :) To BB MUSTERFD OUT.-A vessel is made as perfect as art and science can St. Murks on tie 8lh told 23,I. nt 8 A. M., touching 154 Hay street, bavunnali! Georiflu.
nt Apiilnrhlcoluoa the 10th and 25th, ii'id' March 27, J8611. OmWHOLESALE&
i- a aa houily expected from Tampa, bringingone make it.Wilh IcaUng name dn's. A LARGE LOT OFCLOTHING
i, the !99l.li)! best wishes for the future! of Tallahassee AGENTS.
. ;; company of Real. U. S. C.
y T. Immediately: upon its arrival tlmHesl whose fair daughters nuirlvaihe A. DKNIUH: St. Jlfirka, RETAILSTORE.
'.- her. '\'. O. I'IMITRK A. Co jlpnlnrhlonln! !
eden blooming flowers\ of soil I
,. will be off and will be I I'IIST
paid enl to & bonny, 133 Qravlor Si, Now Orlrani".
1 New O,1, <'alls to be tiiiiMeretl, out. shall Ions and fondly leniember my firs; A prll 7, J8HII. 3m .

About, two hundred and fifty membersof visit to the ''City of Oaks." t tG.

.11J. the lte, intent have exdessed, a desireto Piof. C. CKVOR8Y E. D. SMYTHE & GO. 20 cases Women's Hoots\ .. . . $1.00
)f ill made' ._.. '-.-' -- .. --. -- .-. 10 Balms . . 1 8'. & i\ u. scorl' CO. I I"Sj7E
(' remain 1'nllahass'p-ha'illg 10 Pall'ntTip . . 200
. airaii:\enients, to go to wmk here, as soon TELEGRAPH. IMPORTERS AND: DEALERS t.f :SO:: ;Men's Brogan..I.;.:; -

.r-- as djhRllrl..d-allli. they will be mint pied 10 Men's Fine Sowed Bnois.7.00/ ri'upoctfully !inform our friends that wo

J.to out, in Tallaliiiee. Several of the officeis RELC.ISE OF ADMIRAL SEEMKS.WASHINGTON CROCKERY, JO "" Men's Fine Balm s, . .. .2 50 I now receiving
10 Men's Buckle Cungl'ess..8.j.5:
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: April 7.-Ad.. Seentes.If .
3T .,( this, and ollmr' regiment are so lute Conleileiale, rpleav !5 ;MenN Buckle Oxfords, .. .:3.;GO:; A LARGE STOCK OF
the N.ivv was
well |''lea-<.
... delei'mined to make it their future humes.Ay P esident on y his, oilainal! parole oivenniidcr 20 lo Bo.t"lIl1d Voutbs1 Boots .1.75: T

Itce j'ill -- ...- the Johnson Slieiman C"in' ",iinn. 100 BEOUGIITON STREET, 10 Misses UnNms t . . 100 I 8P1U G AND summit\ :i

: ACCOMMODATING KOUURR.--Welieaid lie left the Maiine Banacks" ami r look 00 doz. Ladies Lasting Uuiiers, $2 to 4.oO'i 1',

diP Ham to Balttmoie. / (IRAn BULL STREET,) ,a
M Oil, ;Monday, (t'II most daring: nnd
.kib- GOODS !
successful rulibery, peiptraleil upon PASSAGE OF TilE CIVIL HIOHTS13ILL s "V.A..N"N".L1.IJI: : :, GLPII'A \... MEN'S HATS.
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.1e Jlr. CHARLES HOTCIIIXSON: Ci"'ik of the -A SCENK. CO cases Men's Block and Colored l Hats,
At the old stand In TallalmH, where we are
JU'JCh City Coiinci' ;, but we were lequebled l h y WAIII1t""TUNI'dl 7.-The passage of S12: to $_!U dozen. prepared tu supply ouatomeit, with !Ill klnda of
the Civil Rights Bill yen'eiday ov.-r (hePipsident's
Win fur reasons, to make no i
prudential : : OFWHITE
: INVOICES
*, veto, by the :Striate WHS hail.
> AS aiien'iion, of the nd'.iir: at that lime As i>d with uproarious| .denionstiatioiiii of delight GEOCEIUES. Fashionable DrcssGoods

ear :; the restraint further silence is now le.moved by the Republicans (iiesent. WhenMr. GBAXITE 1 ,

,; !C; we copy the following account of Morgan annum' cod the vein, it was I 50 hogs Rio Corti'P . . . 30 Grenadines and Organdies,
11v.. 1..';( : t!rreteittiilt, applause, and congintiil.i Coiuiiioii' and Glass Ware, 25 Barrels Crushed Sima-, 20 ,

.1'1 Toes-lay. I hoists lietueen Senators and ;MembeiH o(" 300( HnneK Flour, . . .$1200 MUSLINS AND PRINTS r,<
,
ef *'WL. tl'" House win weie p'esei, t. ,11( I'. Wy- In 'Store and to mrivo! 200 BI>N. Ciaokeis' Soda. Milk, :tin-
;.1.1,1i' ) The robber, or robbers went '0 Mr. \Il's. ley, of West Virginia,! voted for the b.ll car and. Wine, LACE 111.1\'TELS,

... {iII. ; ':house in (he, Norlliein part of the city and. For Sale by the Original Invoices. 25: Ilfols. While Wine, Vinegar,
,.(f: with a chisel made an opening: through NEW JERSEY LEGISLATURE: AD- 10.000) Ibv Rock Potash, COLLARS AND SETTS
teal t r. the slats neioss' I the window, wliicnyavdthem JOUUNED.TKENTIX 2" cases' Sardines.$24.00:

era "[' entrance to ,the house. They found April 7.-The Leaislrtluie GO cases Ballininie' Oysters,. 1200
nan -I.;' ";? the store" key in an oveicoat in the parlor adjoinned. day without .eleciing U S. GOODS REPACKED FOR COUNTRY; TRADE 50 cares Fr sh Peaches . . 10 00

r& :', and the safe and oilier keys in Mr. Senator in place of ;Mr. Stockton 100 boxes Scull|"" . . . 1HJ
pf 'I'K'". H's pantaloons, which were hanging: uU --_ eVe S.nnnnah, April 5, 1808 Sm 200 boxes Adamantine Candles, 28 Boors AND SHOES ,
tts f 1... the door in his bed room., On (he man \ I barn lint Mr. JrrvmUh Kavanagh 50 boxes GOO

LIoI tle in the pallor, they found a] vanlable captured, a whale nfiir the iiouib-nist, end 1 THOd. IIOLCO nE. FILED 6f. nULL. 501 boxes Raisin, . . . :S::50 HAT3 AJfl CAPS,
{ ::11 silver oat ch, an old family lebc, which of T) bee Island, II hew days since, from 100 t boxes Raisins . .. . 1.80
xarff.- ,! they fobbed. With these they proceeded' which he had alien threw \harrels\ of nil!
: >to the store which was entered and rob prior tn our informants leaving, who stated CLOTHINGCROCKERY i
bed the safe of some $3COO <'n KOLCOMBE 8CO. and
I" money that there was ne much more to he Inlienfrom Wines Liquors.
fltbfe- .83,000 of which belonged to the city, and his whalsl.i| This is no April :E-X.L1..rI.J: :> .L1.E: =t.E.

helped themselves to such other' things foul. story, as the party from whom we derive 100 Barrels Old ConliuentHl

I .as they desired ; after which they locked our informal is perfectly reliable, Whiskey, . . .. .$3 00 gnl. I
,, the safe and store, went back to Mr. H's. and saw the unimul.-Scivannati Adterti- THOMAS: HOLCOUBB, KSTABI.IS1IED: IN 1K30. 50 bbls Pure Old K.ie Whisk '.

rtLe I house and deposited the keys upon the set, 28th. O ', .. . . :. . -4 00 Agricultural Implements
,' Sun \
found
front porch, where theyvei < -- !>5 bbls Old 1 Cabinet Ubc-key 4 60 I
dAy rrorr InlUp: to this time no clue to t7 The ship Wavtrley cleared at Savannah OLD
of STAND 25! bhls Old J B. ((0 years old,) 7 00 !
or-: I the thieves has been obtained. The robbers for Liverpool on the 28th tilt., 10 i billy Brandv . .. . ? 00 I fcc. &c. &c. &c.

her must have been where familiar Mr.with Huchm-ibeMore with a cargo of cotton valued at 339,000: 5 4 bbls, Uogn.ic, 18VJ, . 9 00 I :
and the ulace 5 4 bbls PlnelCasiilllon 12 00 AT THE
ow. 1l ,
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;i. the 181 BAY STREET I
slept and his keys Taking -- --- --- -- -- -- -- ---
son kept ,
.:Id' 10 Ban els Holland Gin, i
;ion l !;, thing altogether: it U one kind of the coolest haveread COMMERCIAL.I ]0i i Casks Sheuy, . ::1. 0 LOWEST CASH PRICES I ,1'
the robber
transactions of we
f& 10 J (very old,) 5 00 .

its. \v-' of in many a day. Tallahassee iviiirkcl.foKNTlSUL 100 cases Sherry 100 cases Madeiia' riHviinr! eHtahltahcrl branch of our home In t
proj'ia- !: OrCICI, GF EBS 50 cases Port 500 eases Claiet. 51 casesSilleiy New Voi k, we are prepared t to famish Good of .
. It.. j ;PROF. CEVOB'S Sleieoscopticon exhibition TiLLtlliSSEB, fclu., April 12, 1WO. /\ Imperial, \ CI'"l1Jpalll'' 50 cases nil kit,dtt. tu any quuiuity, on the.ehoitent notice
1"1 I at the Capitol, on Tuesday night, COTTOJT. Raymond do, 25 casen :Sjtar.: und the most aUvtuitagoou term*

*t lio* I for Um benefit of Maj. GEE, resulted in Tbe iales for the post two days have teen 12 CASH ADVANCES
t ... ::3wt. bales, at tho following quotation):
P contributing $140,15 gross, to assist in FOI WARDING AND RENISH WINES. t
f fcz MliMlIn?.28 a 27 .
W 4cfU ; conducting the defense of our fellow citi Ordinary........21 a 23OSXKBil MADE ON COTTON SHIPPER TO
# n"ide"I".illJprlIs1ee
100caps CO
cases
DOlI a zen. We bar hoped tha it would amount MARES. J
Foi ester Tiaminei, 50 cases Fill ester
,:fr\ J to five times this sum ; and it would We notice no material change In the grocery Coiiiiiiisslon Jicrcliaiits, Kirchenstnck, 50 cases :\ :'lIlhaler. Hodgkiss Scott & Co.

;std.o.ro, ,doubtless have'been much larger were I it market, except In the article of tobacco, which fiO Cases Wu'eBittet4, "

not for the fact that there has been some bus a downward tendency 50 Cases Slomach Bitters, NEW YORK. :
Alexander Collie
bte or Corrected by Grocer.
25; Cases Lemon Syrup I
.entertainment at the Capitol almost every Flour, per bbl.*12 00 a 18 00 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.April Tallahassee. larch 24, 1866.
Buckwheat, per bbl............... 50 Cases Uo.se Cordial,
I art' evening for a week. And, then, too, the Hominy bushel--------------- 1 25 a 1 60 200 Cases Holland CoiUial Schnapps' H

,omtl .charming weather of the last few days Ollrll Meal.------------------------ 1 26 a 1 60 3, ISOit. if 400 Ciiies old Rye Wh'skey. 12.00 $100 Reward !
. tai') Wblie Sugar.: ..................... 20 a 80 o'd Rve 13,50
has attracted many from the city, to the Brown.. .. .... .... ... 14 a IS 200 Casescry Whisky, on the night of April 4th, *.
* WI.cU >- 1oI01..e........_................ 50 Cases Brandy, Poet Castillion, STOLEN_ ,-'able of DP Oitli.. In tlil. JLTTS I'1
country. t Birup: ................... 60176 TO GROCERSAND 50 Cases Cognac. city large Dark Uny Hi r.o. nuuntt'"H \ 1'
. w Prof C. carries with him the thanks of 37 a 45 15 or 171..lnll.11I height, hn. n beautlfT- 1< {
.l. %.' Fresh Beef, and lean. 10 a 12 ful small. bead, long nmno Iud tail long body and
the community, for his generous sympathy Chicken, per 40 a 611 CONFECTIONERS. ;Malt Liquors. illmaf\ ", and u very .')'U.h upiraranee] ,1 U a fine 1
:)rOy j.Gint" } and their high appreciation of him Eggs, per .. a 25 bnigy and oHrrlave hone na'ural Kill, R tret.Theubove .- I,
Butler, Clonhen. 60 a 75 IOQ Casks Ale, reward. wilt 100 given for the recovery
1I1!<*.- ail a man. We than be glad: to welcome Country........-_. 60 aCheeie 'Vturong just received a Igirge/ lot of splendid 6X( ) Cases Scotch Ale, of the borne and da'lvury' to me at the re.ld.mcs
.. ... to 60 ...
a lirojn Wrapping Taper, which of Pr. Callor |M If I have In netid for him' 1
tk. weSbeY him back to Tallahassee, when he shall] Sweet: Potatoei,per buihel........ 60 a 76,. will manufaoture IntoPApma. 100 Cases Brown Stout Mr. E. U. HI MIC:INS. .
Irish Pola'oe., per barrel.......... 6 00 a TOO 100(\ Cases Champagne Cider. April 7, ISM. <. II!i
.come agal:!. .. ......
Onion'*, per barrel.. a
make .---- Mackerel, per kit.....,..-...._.... :3 00 a : : 3. -GSt All of the goods we will sell at New TUBSemiWeekly
_-4'1 lb.1..r'Ji. Lard,per pound............ 18 a 23 YOlk quotations for CASH. Commonwealth
t A Card. Bacon, per pound......... 18 a 22 AND PRINT TO ORDER. ; ,
,e rrona> TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April JO, 1860. Wblikey, per galon.) .............. 4 00 a a 00 t1r 'ositively no goods told at retail PUBLISHED IN QUINCY PIA.
opportunity
' Hide., O6 a 08 This It a gplendid for Grocer and
8 The Tu the Piticeni of Tallahassee : Jlldei, green,.....,-. ... 04 a 06 then to keep their butlneM before the people. lJcIUbblnJen., BY ALLISON & SMITH.
.3i 1 loaf........ 10 a
im Bread, per pound ti' a8ENTthEG
{ ..;: For the many kindnesses and courtesies Cracker, per pound......., 18 a 25 Bend In your order early! Tallahassee! March 6, 1830. Termwi: $f> per annum ; $oR focf'lix >
IMoritlis.
ill.f which: I have been a constant reclpi- Candles, frt-kh at the Uonfootlonory 60 a 75 OFFICE.










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Some Indies of Memphis, a short lime SOLTT1: -IJCILNEXPOLITAND Boots, Shoes anti Leather, W

since, sent 811 a present to the widow of TALLAHASSEE, FLA. _0_

-- Stonewill Jackson a handsome portrait of IMPORT First Door North of State Ilnnk. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE r

that illiistrinns General, painted] by Mr. March 6, 1866. 3m TiLLAiMSsm, Jon ir, 1861ON \

THURSDAY APRIL 12, 1866. Snnilcrs.] Memplii artist from a steel en ANY. and niter thUdutr tile Trail !
O O 3VE: :3P PLOUGHS AND tho l't'liollcololid Oeorgta Uullroud \\i.i f.
In publishing the '
graving. correspondence1 run dully ns follows:

Dressing for Cliurcli. with Mr, Jackson, the Memphis I IT Southern: addition Export to their and Agents Import already Company there,will the PLOlJGn IRON. EASTWARD.

Avalanche that during the late end to Europe Mr. J. T. BKRXAKD: who will r"'nve Qulnry nt......-............ 4.30 A. M.
heard tho hell 7 aptly pays .
Has anybody ... ..
with special reference to this section. An v. at Tallahassee at..... H.ao
You, have!-dear me I knew full well J struggle, earl since ill termination, the women go NOS. 10, 11, W and 60 Plongh; Leave Tnllnhnmro nt................ 7.00 '
I'llflever dress in time- Goods, Wares, &0. ,\ 8 tech, Clint Half hu\el do.' Arrive nt MndWn at................11.00 '
of the South Imvo exhibited n devotion 8 Ineh, wIde Iron. Leave Madison at.................11.80 '
For mercy's sake, come help me, Luce, and nnbenem:! Unit hen I Is contemplated to freight n vessel for St. ,For sale At Arrived ut Luke City nt............ 8.0 1', M.
I'll make my toilet very spruce ft philanthropy a Marks, n rare opportunity Is presented to Merchants r:'. B. MEOINNISS & CU'S.
excels their ancient Their and Planters of obtaining goods nt less Fe1>ril!>rv, 27, leoa_ tf WESTWARD.
Thu silk i is quite sublime I renown. con than New York wholesale )prices. A* the Company Leave Lake City nt................. 8.30 A. M1
duct hni com mantled I lie Admiration of the are able to make their" )purchases direct Arrive at Madlwnnt................12.20 P M.
Hero loco this gaiter for mr, (1"1; from the Factories, they are enabled to deliver BLACKSMITHINC Leave Matltaon nt...................12.60 "'
.A hole]'' ? plague take the -shoe civilized world. Their letter to Mrs. Jacknnn goods at reduced rates. Inasmnoh. however us you say .
,
overflows with and orders of tills kind should bo filed two months H B. FITTS & CO. Leave Tallahassee at................ 6.00
Plenie, Lucy try and hide it- gushing sympathy, ntrcad, Morclmntsdoflrinijtolny In A cheap stockof Arrive alQufncy, nt ................. 6.30 t
Just think, it's Sunday, nnd, my soul, her reply is the meaning ?f ft sad spirit for Full Goods, should l send In their order .. now prepared to execute every deiorlp ST. MARKS TRAIN.
I cannot wear it with a hole] sunn ns prnctluihl Strict attention will be given ARE of Leave Tallnhaimeo ..
its lost mate. IIJMIMVBLACKSMITHINO at. ............- 7.30 A. M.
The men will surely spy it. J\lEIPlIIsJlln. ]15 18GI.Mr to the smallest orders IlS Arrive al 8t. Marks ut.............. 9.15 "
C Leave St. Marks nt.................12.00 M
They're always peeping at our feet, T. J. Jackson, Charlotte N. C.: AOrjCULTURAL MACHINERY In the bent mnterliii and nn ,towns 3aLi 3 i Arrive nt Tallahassee at............. 1.46 P. ,"'.
the cost of Ao., will admit ol. They KiTHalf hour will bo given the nrrm.l
Tho' be needn't, DEAR MADAM We take Jty the tariff of 1805, Agricultural jl/-ieh1npry havo the sorvlco ol some of the on
( to sure, they peep, : great pleasure Is ndmlttedy'reen/du/y. Stiitlnnary and I'orin. pcourod or lIe, cars at Madison for Dinner going fit m
The way we hold onr dresses ;) in transmitting to you in the name of the bro Engines used!fur rlculUiral purpOHi-s rome BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE and coming this way.
s I'll disappoint them, though,'to-day "Southern Women of Memphis," a portrait under this class, and may ho obtained 35 and 40pot' A line of stages between Quincy, Balntirlike
And
mud between
Albany, Montlecllo and TboUltmvllle
cent than those' mAde North. I'hono who favor ns with their patronage
did of lamented hut-hand cheaper) may
"And cross myself pray you say [ your Gen..rllliThomns will he KnnrnuTi-ed nntlre sntlarnotlon. wll connect with the trnltm.
Don't laugh at my distresnes J. .Jllek on, executed by Mr John Laborers and House Servants. ..'?"8ho.. nearly opposite) the Post Office. E. HOUSTOrjN,

R. Saunders, 0 Memphiiin artist, who has Fab. 3,1868-tf __ _____ JAn. 10, 1866-lf I'renldunt
attention will ho Klvcn to the n
feel waterfall SpeciAl procure. --
Now Lucy, my coulnbuted
pray liimsclf of
generously a part
of Servants and Laborers only such
,
mont
being
Do von think it large 1 ain't it too small In the P. B. BROKAW'SLIVERY
the subscription piree. attempting selected as furnish testimonials good character. Hodgkiss Scott & Go
What bother these things give. likeness of one of his country's greatestmen As Mr. Bernard will Lave early In MiiTj'll Is ,
: rats and mice, do they set straight t desirable that nil orders" should be loft wilt him
My Mr. SnnnJers is said to have been
Please hurry, Lucy I know I'lIIlale- successful by those who had the privilege before For that further limo particulars! or for clrnula.'s con AND SALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,,

There's Willie as I live. standing faco to face with him who was i, tAlntng coat of European K.)F. FLOYl articles),,amply resident, to NO.24 OLD SLIP NEW YORK.
the familiar of life nnd the
How splendidly the silk will rustle companion your Jacksonville, Fin Thou. II. Ilodiiklnn, Into of llambellon Brothuri,
Plea hand my "self adjusting bustle;' hero of recent history. We hope yon J. T. BERN Altll. Agent, ST-ABLEiS. Bui tl more.O. .
( may discover in this portrait something to Tallahassee Fin. W. Scott,of firm of O. W. Scott Co.,Talla-
My corset and my hoop.) March 20 ISflS.! 6w
,
remind you tenderly, not tearfully! of the TALLAHASSEE, FLA. hnHHPO.
There now I'll take five tkirts or six- leok D. 11. 1'0010. of firm of Poo'.e: & Babbitt Bnln-
and that with
part, you may on it a
Do Lucy and help me fix, bridge, Gii.
hurry, ,
You know I cannot stoop memory thronged with sweet recollection, For New Orleans ALSO lP fiSRSS 1 WAGONS; W. U. I'oole, of firm of G. W. Scott & Co., W-
and animated\ by a just -and Christian f laltaesse 'IA.
=
How shall I say my prayers to-night 1 pride in the glory and usefulness of a life BGOGlES, AND

As if girls went to church to pray cut down by our side. Looking on these TIlE STEAM Carriages and Harness Special Attention given to the sale of nil) kind* of .4

How can you be so foolish I illustrous features we feel indeed, as if
PRODUCE
SOUTHERN
Here damp this ribbon in colonge ; we were reading, in them the calm, unsettled ;1 FOR: SALE. ,
What, for ?" to paint, you silly\ one 5 glory of the pn.tandlokin a new in and to the purchase nnd shipment of
don't be mulish. spirution from the grand and melancholy TdIAhA."p. Xov O,1R6h. tf
Now
Lucy, I j4giD. y Household and Plantation Goods,
eye. a new lesson ol courage and patiencefrom W3T.3sAZ17r r3
>
Now, then, my hat-how he abhor / the mute liPS It in thus pictures Wares, Implements,

This thing-it's big ns all outdoorsThe speak to you. Regarding! the portrait, you

frightful sugar scoop 1 catch in your own heart the gentle whis L. SMALLWOOD ]LIVERY STABLES.\ MACHINERY, &C.

ThAnk Heaven, my cloak is handsome too, pers of renumbered I'o us, it speaks ,

It Cllbt' enough to he, I know- the more Ifl'neralworda of our countrj'n GEORGE W. GIFT MASTER, CY FLA. REFERENCES :
(Straighten horrid hoop !1)) history tells us immortal el'lsl1n\, \ ..- QUI ,

stows on us, too, an affectionate memory T'TILL. ply hereafter rpgnlnrly between the Mi'lms Currier & Co., :New TorS.
My handkerchief and gloves you'll find of I he past. Surely he whose services belonged i T V Tort ST. MARKS: nnd the above Tort, TTACK", Bnceles, / ., J. L Moore, 01, hum, Ga.Hrjant .
tom Ala.A.'B .
blind 1 Cnrrlnm'ii, &c Groin nntgonu ),
ju t in the drawer. Lucy, are you to his country whose name illumined Touching at Apiilacliicaln. ,nl wnj'sin rcudlmRotorcomi'y _i "- nd, Macon 1]..,
(Does my dress trail) his country, whose life was given fur his p".ellger-llr.( ;f- E. Bund, Mncnn, On.
It's all the fashion now you know ; country, has other tender memorials! than For Freight or further particular, Apply to mlnir on HUH raid roul trulim, to Cliuttnlioooliwi, .ins. O. Whit Reid, ]>1'0101'01111lA..
does the point and powder show MoKIBIUN ft. ALLEN. ur any other point !they' may desire tn go to.TllKOOOUli Wm. llnlly, President !State: Bunk at Florida,
Pray the eminences of life and
( those
on public ; Tallahassee, Feb. 27. 1866. if WI..LARD.Mnrch Ti.llahnss'n.
Through my looso veil T) no shrine more appropriate or inviolable 2J! 18OT. tf '1''-..... E. ITsmnelton, Pre.. Md. Fire Tan. Cem.pnnv .

than the hearts of Ins Baltimore.
'Thank you, my dear, I h'Jieve I'm dressed;; ''We have tl.e honor countrywomen.he NATIONALNos. fact 24-If .

The saints he praised the day of lest k Yours sincerely I ,, DRUGS I 11 I DRUGS ;! I i NOTICE. ,

Comes only once in seven, 'fTlnRTY
For if, all\ the other six, Mas.1'. TDRLEV, DAYS after the first publication of
on OLIVER GREENLAW, STOVE WORKS WHOLESALE AND EETAIL.LARGEST ', I wl',1: apply to the Honorable
This trouble I should have to fit, DR. G. It. GRANT, G.111'F.Brm.on.ludgeof 'prohA\Of Madison

I'd never get to heaven. .' W. T. -e.. ,-- --- unity, Florida for an order to sell the, one-half s
.. T HASKEI.L lnrrvi-t of the eruct' if John W. n"II de- "
T Miss Lou A ALLEN. Street rra,,-d., q
Water
239 and 241
,
John Alcohol. .- STOCKIn Madison, Hrntu find county aforesaid, vlr' : Lltn
In Hi'ctlun 11; Lots 85 86 In Hi-etlon,
7\,74,77,78, ,
; l
COTTAGB IIoie :N. C Feb. 15 1866. Beckman Street and Pock: .
John Alcohol, my Joe John, Between SUp.I 12; Lots 123, 124, 1.'), '28, 12J! Infection 19; and J
When first we were acquaint My Dear Ladies :-Tour letter presenting the State of Georgia 3 fuel In width on the north side of 1,011261" ,'I i

I had money in my pocket, John, mn, in the name of the "Southern Wo I NEWYORK.XVATHOX SI'ellolll0. A. T. TJOLLETMAN 1

But now, you know I hain't ; men of Memphis," with ft portrait of mv -- Adm'r Estate of J. W. llolle)'nmn, ,JM, ,c'dv "\
I've spent it nil in treating you beloved husband, executed by Mr. J R SANFOIIDI'reeident! ifnch 0, !S>fr!,-)-. raw41't.',

Because I loved you so, Sanders of your city (Memphis,) has just JOHN 'I'RU"IO", Vice PreB't nail Tnmvntrar.J. 1ttGS. MEDICINES, Chemical. NOTICE.
But murk.how you have treated me, been received. The portrait arrived safelyby U 81'\: nUltY. Superintendent Works .l, PueutIllerliiimnsuud1'eriumeries.Crosses, Jj
SAM 8. UTTER, Surgical Instruments, De Stud's, ALKXANDKIt JALLIE ) rf
Joe I few weeks since.
a dr-retury.
,John Alcohol my express Flavoring Extracts, &0., &0. "",.."* } Attaehment'.Ii
No token of regard that you could have dale; Airenl for lUltuliotd's Extract of Tluchn VAI.EN'1'IJliE MJOIINSO.N, S Klj
John Alcohol, my Joe, John, shown /me, for his sake, could be more acceptable Solo mAnufActurers ofSanford's And Su'.lfpllrIllA, Ar"r' Prep,"scion.. Jay' ,,'. Amount wllrn to, $18 87 I. .
We've been too long toretherYou I'rl'IIIlr"I", .. Domingo hitters std1'repiu and if'
'I or highly prized, or could touch THE defendant nil others Interested are
now must take one road John, bereaved Challenge Heaters, 'nnuus, 11001lnnd'Oorlllllll BlttersCI"ek'su notified of the commencement cf the> ;.
heart than this
deeply,
my more an' Restorer1'hmnp.ou's And l'hlllllll'B 1I11lr
above suit, and to appear before me In the city of 4
And I will take another, likeness of my sainted, husband. With a MAMMOTH:\ HEATERS rr'v rnin>ii>aid, Toilet Articles,Well's Hlrellllb Tallahassee, Leon county Florida! on the second !
For we roust tumble down, John, full heart I tender to you my warmest unliu Plasters and all other L'utunt Medicine |1w- Monday In June' IStiO and plead to the same, or
If hand in hand we of and fuia iV.mde. ludgment will be given by uefault.
go thanks/ and unsure you my sincere COSMOPOLITE PARLOR RADIATORS,
O. H.
And I will have to foot bills FISHER
your heartfelt thankfulness and gratification in Justice of Ihe Pence.
Jonn Alcohol, my Joe. possessing j just such a picture. I have an CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES. ALSO, February 111, 180n. febl7-o\ 3m

.. .. ---- excellent ft'out view portrait of him, which
Th. must extensive and complete stock of
Ou Marrying. is an inexpressible comfort and pleasure tome :BEACON LIGHT RANGES, ) NOTICE.

Some writer who to think well nf and now it is double jny ami, comfort SIX MONTHS after the first publication of '.
seems And a full assortment of PAINTS notice, I will present my Accounts and
the "institution," discourses of marrying to have this handsomr tide view.It Vouchers, as Administrator of tho estate of
Hear him : is certainly a beautiful painting/ and Cooking and Heating Stores H'ddonV.. rarrnmore, Into of Madison creamy, ,
does credit "Memphian) artist."- Oils, Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors, ArtltH' Florida, dopeased, to tho Honorable Judge of' "
Get married young man, and bo quick your nnd INilnter's MuterlulB to bo found In 1'robaleof Madison Floilda
Adapted to all of the world. any sec county, and apply
about it, tool I Don't wait fur the Millenium \ Please thank Mr. Sanders most kindly for parts lion of this South and at prices which Auso1 for legal discharge from further administration.

hoping that the girls may turn to angels me for his genernsUy in contributing a part -ALSO- UTILY Dirr OOMPITITIOX. upon) said estate .
8. ALEXANDER
before. trust yourself with of of the subscription price. SMITH.
; you one March 6 1866.
law6m
them.A Your bl'aullrullr.bute to .the memory of STOVE HOLLOW WAREAND GLASS.

pretty thing you'd be alongside an angel my precious husband Is warmly appreciated. KTOTIO3E3.: :

woul 'nt you-you brute I )Don't wait To see him thus enshrined in the Every variety of Glass, French and\ German SIX W'KEKSflfier dnla the undersigned wit\
another day, but right; now-this very night hearts of his noble countrywomen is a UNION STOVE POLISH. 1'1""., Ut 'Ined. Out und Sky Light Glass, uliiglo to the ,lodge| of rrobitlu of Leon coup

abk lame nice industrious girl to go into partnership sweet solace to his wife, who looked up to AV.tl. I*. SM'SSr.H, Agent. and double tblokneaa. ty lor Estate: letterof of Janus ndminlHlration Lockerman de tiomi Into of nan said, onthu &

I with you, to help clear your pathway him as the joy, the pride and the comfortof '1'allaba..oe.lIlarch 22.1806. Am county, deceased i
of thotus and plant it with flowrrs. i her life.Wishing. Pure French Brandies J. A. EDMO D80N.
TaTlnhaMen Mn-ch 13, 180ft luwSur,
Suppose she "kitks" you, don't you know, : you my blessing, I am, my --
PHILADELPHIAOIL
you blockhead, that there is such a thing as dear ladies, most truly and gratefullyyours Atlininiiitrntrlx's Notice.

trying again, and that the 'minnows" have Wines and Whiskies, months after date I will present my no- '
bitten nt the hook and run away there is MARY ANNA JACKSON. PAINT AND VARNISllWORKS. SIX and voucher ai AdmlniHtratrix, of the>

now a chance to catch a better filth 1 Mar. Mrt. T. J. Turley, Mrs. Oliver Greene For Medla'nm purposes; Anti a largo supply of e.tata of L. M. White to the honorable Judge| of

I Tying won't hurt you-it won't It'll sew law, 111,.. W. T. Mattel, Sin. G. R. ." other Liquors for general use and Probate ask for of Leon a discharge enmity, for E.a M.final WHITE gettleinert

the button's on your shirt, and mend your Grant, Mist L. A. Allen. Tan 18. IN66-Cm Adraz.CIRCUILA.HS .
breeches and your manners too-it will 1 g.eA :Bruch, Toucher .& CO'sOHA.lfPAGNES. .

Going to get out of this subjugated country NEW KINO OF CLOTH.-A London paper !
,and try your fortune inMrxicoor\ Brazil I, the SPEAR & BONAFFON, .
of
gives following account a
new
ere you I Well, if you will go, take some
f'' body with you' that will love and care for kind of cloth manufactured from pine leave W1NDF4CTOREH3 Or Solo Agents of the only true Imported Brands CARDS I
In the country, viz: Carte D'Or Lao D'Or, andSlleryprononneud
you where all others will be ind fferent to There are two establishments near Bres- by all com,olsieur, superior
your welfare. But don't go-nt least for a lau, in one of which pine leaves ere converted PARAFFINE OILS to any heretofore In uso. BILL READS LETTER HEADS !

time, for we are all subjugated rebels together into' wool, while in the other, for invalids
and BO one will "make remarks" the water used in the manufacture Special Afiont for tho American Vintage Company &o. &0. &0.
and ,n large stock of their .
shout the scantiness of your wardrobe, or of pine wood are employed as curative Machinery, Lubricating,Wool, Rosin, brands constuotly on baud.celebrated Cillforiilu

the coarseness of your furniture. You can agents. The process for converting pine Gas and Lard Oils,
cut the wood, and she can do tre cooking, needles into wool was discovered by Mr. My special arrangements with Mnnnfnctureri
I with a nice little stove that won't coot much. Panncwitz. In the hospitals penitentiaries' PITCH ROOFING CEMENT PARAFFINE VARNISH and Importer. of the North, and In Europe war. Having received a BptendlU! assortment of .
rant mo III not only guaranteeing no absolute
of rdwemen to wash and iron and barracks of Vienna and Breslau blank -
Plenty Purity and,) Uonuliiuneat of my entire stock but
and clean up generally. Stop your whining ets made from that material are now exclusively WAGON GRMSI3 also enable mo to sell any of the above men The Finest Inks and Paper
!about being poor and get married used One of their chief advantagesis tioned lines of goods at Hrai' cost prices-In some
llns.evuu lens than .
4 Slap\ drinking whiskey, chewing and that no kind of vermin will lodge in trannportaiion.Aneinmlnntlon Thli Office prepared to execute

molting tobacco, and playing cards, and them. The material is also used for staffing White Lead and Colors of All Kinds, of my prices will sustain these

cave the money thus foolishly-worse than closely resembling horse hair, and ii statements In every pnrtloulur. VERY KIND OF PRINTING
(ooli.hly.pent. Your wife-that is to he- only one I third its cost AND BI1LEBI lit

will take core of jour saving, and furnish .-.--_-.i FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. KNOWN TO TUB ABT.A .

you in return with woman' affection, and "Did you take the note ind did you see Rosin Southern Pitch

pure coffee to warm your frozen nature. !Mr. Thompson Jack H? "Ees, air" "And W M. WALSH

Get married--you especially) who are in how was he ?" "Why, he looked pretty ILLUMINATING OILS, BENZIXK,**. ,
\ the "ear and yellow leaf( of bachelorism well, but he' very blind," "Blind what
S. E.Cor. Ilarnard SPLENDID LOT
and if you don't, may you freeze to death do you mean '" ''Why, tivhihe I wur in 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUEPUILADELIPIIiA. 4 Hi-oughton t>tc, OPi

some of these oool nighm. You ought to the mom he Jlred me where' ,my hat wur, S.\V.tNNAIIOEO.! ENVELOPES OF
freeze, you good for nothing. buttnnlr crei- I' ind I'm hinted if It wur not on my head ALL SIZES I

ture ) all the while !I"1" .March 74, 1866. ; b f.1) 8, 1894- '"
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