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  • The Florida sentinel
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    Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079923/00055
     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: May 1, 1866
    Publication Date: -1866
    Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
    weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
    three times a week
    regular
     Subjects
    Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
    newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
    Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
     Notes
    Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
    Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
    Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
    Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
    General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
    General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
    General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
    General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
    General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
    Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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    System ID: UF00079923:00055
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    Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
    Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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    VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE TUESDAY MAY 1 1866. NO 'i--80. '
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    : [Prom the Raleigh (N. O.) Standard) wont after lhat. He was a field officer after prisons-none of the guards, except 'those
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    } ijd.; tt ttltJU' $ttdiud abantt 4 Trial of Major John II. Gee. service In the Tennessee army. who were there before prisoners of'Jwar

    In all my Intercourse with him, I never came, had tents-the \tents in the prison

    (ESTABLISHED IN' 1638.) TUESDAY, April 17th. heard him cat! the name of God in tain.- were; used on the ground, and,not pitched,
    He a marked in that 1 I when noticed
    was man he
    respect. them. Prisoners were
    SAVANNAHSTEAI Hon. Charles II. Dupont of Quincy, o'la|
    PUBLISHED never heard him use the word ''damn.r'- continued( to be sent after'Maj. Gee telegraphed
    Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Flor'
    Hid enthusiasm in a cause would not affect not to send any more-he'was answered
    Tuesday Thursdayand he Imd known the
    Saturday Ida testified that
    prison.er -
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    BAKERY from his boyhood-had been intimate his humanity. would not warp his character that an inspector would bit *** *S X NX N %-- \ I with his father's family since U>!25 to the so hs to make him do a dishonorable and that he must do the best he could wIth
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    TUllMS-Cnsh: In Advance. time of Ma death-was one of his executors action. His character ii cool and resolute. them,as there was no whale else to send

    Per Annum-three times .a week.........48 00 Maj. Gee's character was that of n high'/ From all I know of his general character, I them.

    J>o. do twice week................ 4 00 67, 69 AND 71 :BAY STREET; toned, intellectual, educated gentleman! do not believe he would be guilty of ci nelly The witness explained the manner of

    Do. do one a week........?........ :2 00( if there was one trait more prominent that to any man under his command.I making impressments, by which it appeared
    don't know of his desire
    GAMIDDLETOV to ros'gn-
    .*?*Theiie rates put the 'Sentliwl" within the SA.VA3STITA.ir. the rest, it was his Immunity-as a physi. had him from the commencement of that Moj/ Gee had no authority to Impress -
    seen
    reach of every man In the State.. cian he did a great deal of charity practice the war till the ,fall of '63. I have seen him provisions or other things. Several

    ..... ..... ,. among those unable to pay. He was noted General Orders ol the Confederate authorities
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    'SN S > 'v Nrf x>rf #N N *VNXS in Quincy frequently since the surrender
    for his humane and indulgent treat in regard to impressment. were read
    lUTES Of ADVERTISING until October last-don't recollect datedon't ,-
    STEAKS & CO. ment of his slaves before their emanoipa and entered on record as part of the ,testimony
    remember definitely when he was ar '
    to .c mo roa it ADVimii : 'iion' for the defense,
    rested. He was known as Maj. John H.
    One square, (12 Nonpareil I,) or Ion, for tin PRO PRII3TOR8.: [A question M to his treatment of freed- Gee who had! been in command of Salis The Senior officer of the guard forces at

    first Iniortlon............... ........ $100 men was objected to, and the objection was bury prison. I saw him in conversation Salisbury had the command, but could not

    Each subsequent Insertion ............... 71 Mir OX BUD AT WOOL aULa ALL KINDS sustained] with a U. S: officer commanding at Quincy; control Major Gee, who reported directly
    Estate and Legal Notice to be charged The witness stated that Maj. Gee took he lies several time laid to me, "I must go to Richmond, but .he could control the
    command of a company of volunteers! cull forces at Salisbury, the commanding officer
    'the tame" at transient advertisement, to headquarters
    BISCUIT, CRACKERS, CAKES ed the Young Guard, at the urgent solicitation having power to restrict the guard naked
    except Notice of Dlllnl lon as Administrator I don't know of his being advised to leave
    of the friends of the members of the for by Maj. Gee to 'guard; the prison and
    for which the charge shall be.. 18 00 the country. Every prison keeper being ,
    Fresh Baked and Kiln Dried, made of the confidence ;
    company, on account en Maj. Gee complained to witness l that this
    Mar. arrested of
    Obituary Notice, Tributes of Re peot and was a common subject conversation
    tertnined in his mortal wortb, more than in was done, a ud that the officers were
    rlRgel charged at .advertisements. He and I talked about It often.- manyof
    EXPRESSLY FOR his military qualifications, that ho discliarg As a matter of course he did not want to he them, unfit for the duties.

    ed this trust to the liiijh approbation of the tried, I said I would be glad of a fair trial. Witness stated that huts (or the prison' *

    & Dft t'iDnnt' (!!Jn Army, Navy, Shipping, Steamboats, compnny Witness and mode their friends.official vi.itlo Rich He showed no disposition to void an arrest. ere could not have been erected in a longtime :

    e an \lie lived f rty miles by railroad from the even if they had the axes 10 cut nand
    GROCERS, SALOONS, &C. iC.- mond, In regard to the defense of Florida,, coast After the surrender, he was '!'a teams to haul the timber, on account of insufficiency .

    and had a conversation with Gen. Dragg in peaceable citizen, obeying the laws and' of men 10 do the work-the
    J. PEELER
    A
    regard to Major Gee's appointment to the
    praetieng his profession. teams that were there could not haul wood

    prison at Salisbury. \\ hen McCook's troops passed through enough for the prison, even with limo'assistance
    ATTORNEY AT LAW his
    [ the Judge Advocate objected to slut-
    !N. B;-Order* Promptly, CarefullyPut Quincy, some soldiers were heating; a negro of the Railroad.
    TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Up and<< Delivered. ing any conversation with Gen. Bragg on in front of Maj. Gee's office, and, at his Maj. Gee frequently complained of want

    I the subject own risk, hu took him from them and saved osuppliethe first day. the prisoner came,
    Office up Stain over the State Bank. Mr Holland that the
    urged specifications
    March 27, 1800. 3m fulther the of the he had nothing to them eat until
    suffering on part negro. give tug
    K7 <>llloe hour tram g. m. to I p. m., and Mnj.\ Gee act to
    alleged against contrary anti occaa\ou\
    the surrender.- late in the' Un
    from 2 to 6 p. m.i I believe this was since day. Major
    i lelobor 2" -6m, the character of nn honorable soldier, nnd Have heard ho would not go upon a fishing Myers seized a quantity of provision on
    DRUGS DRUGS! therefore that the defense
    it was only just ,
    ,,' and asked
    pirlbeceuse; il would be looked upon, at (the train going to Le army,
    EDWIN A. HART, specification an attempt to avoid arrest. him for a force to take them-.the ..authorities -

    AND RETAIL. of the Road gave them tip after tbey
    WHOLESALE EXAMINED.
    ATTORNEY AT LAW the commanding General (Bragg) had np- CROSS found the guard had been ordered: Witness

    -- --.- pointed the prisoner to Salisbury. The objtctiun I spoke of Maj. Gee's reputation In the further testified in regard lo Maj. Gee' efforts -
    overruled and the witness of Tennessee from whut son and
    was pro army my
    MADISON, FLA. to procure .water (fOri the "fBioners
    ceeded.] othern told me,-a dozen other
    \ LARGEST STOCK and also lumber for shelters-that ha hademp'oyed
    ,1Vadiciai In the Court. of the Middle Gen. Brags who was then commanding I never saw Maj. Gee on duty. I only : the saw mills to furnish it, but
    Circuit General of nil the Confederate forces, had know his reputation as a prison keeper
    worked :teams
    slow
    Fubrhrv 15, 18041. 47-'f In the State of Georgia. every thing were
    Don't know what
    stated to the witness, in the conversation from general report scarce and the roads in bad order.' Wit
    ,
    alluded tu, that there were a number of was his command when ordered to take the Confederate, authoritiesfor
    > ness applied
    ; W H WHITNER, --- -- --- hard cases at Salisbury, and that Major charge of the prison at Salisbury; he wag in but -afterwards
    clothing, got none got
    Gee was appointed 10 thai place on accountof the field, in the I army of Virginia It 1 one order for small of clothes aud
    a supply
    r ATTORNEY AT LAW, DRUGS.AfeII"II."ll'erlunl\'rh'ITICDICINUS. Chemicals. bin prudence and discretion. think, was afterwards colsolidated with another blankets from 'the State, but 'don't know
    I I don't know his rank be-
    MADISON, FLORIDA.WtI Trusses, Hurglcul Inatiuinenti, lljo Stud's, Witness knew Gen. Gardner. battalion that it was ever filled. The Senior 'Re
    Flavoring Kxtnicis, &c., &0. Q. Did you know of his treatment of certain fore that time. I have known him us Maj. entitled the
    to supplies as
    serVelVel'o same \
    L PRACTICE IN TUB COCKT.S OF Extract
    Bole fluent for lIclmlmM's of Uuchn
    I and children in Florida? Gee.
    MUd: Circuit. and BiirimpnrlllH, I'rt'piuution. JII)' e's women other troops iu the service, but never got
    Ayor'a idea that all those
    ace 23, 183v 1'reparalluiis, ? Domingo! Bitters and [Objected to on the ground of irrelevnn It was the general them.

    ----'-' rrt-pnrHlloiiB,lIuo\-\int'BOuriinin mtl -Clock'fl. connected with prisons would be' brought There was much excitement thrpughout
    Hair Restorer1'hutnp.ou'e and I'liulon's lliilrPreparations cy.Mr. Holland stated that he wished to forward on charges of cruelty, murder orI1n.thinsr
    and
    the in regard impressments
    country' to ;
    mill Toilet ArticlesWell's
    Sal1a1tna hl1tdiStmtntJ. Slreiifttli.cnlntf that the of man could
    evidence that Gee else fancy
    show by this Maj. was
    Plasters and all other Patent Medicine boo the people were opposed to selling to the
    Cur41,''J41 lrade. not responsible for the treatment of the invent lie expressed belief and not BH government because the price it paid was
    prisoners at Salisbury, by showing that apprehension, that he wtuld be arrested.
    far lets than the market price,Major Myere'district
    JOS. A. ROBERTS, ALSO, Gen. Gardner, who had charge of the prisoners Capt \''irz had been arrested about this was composed of the"counties.

    in North Caaolina and Virginia, had time. The Winders and others were ar- around and inc'uding: Row ii j some of them
    (LATC or OOLOHBD8, OA.) 'I'he most extensive and complete stack e' proved, by his cruel treatment t-i women rested. might be called 'northwestern conntlei'of

    Shipping Forwarding and children in Florida, that he was capable Court adjourned till 10 A. M., to-day. the State.: r''i t ,

    PAINTS of exercising cruelty! to prisoners of war M.-J. Gee often' advjsedwitit, witness\ as
    The objection was sustained J WEDNESDAY, April 18.
    AND OINBRiLCOMMISSION to what was best to do in regard toprjaon-
    had beard the Commission met and the journal of
    Vnrnlshes French Zinc Colors Artists'nnd The witness never prisoner The Baxter on's
    Oils, ers-Judge was;: present me
    MERCHANT, Painter's Materials to bo found In any sec. swear or use profane language, yesterday was read. of these occasions and saw the tcleltt'lmsto
    lion of the South, and ut prices which ABSO- Gen. James G. Martin, fifth witness for
    Savannah:' Georgia. uraLX OUI' COUPITITIOM.<< GROSS EXAMINED Richmond, and ihe answers thereto before
    the defense was sworn. He was Brigadier
    alluded to. When General Winder
    After the disbanding of the Young Guard,
    PROVISIONS order, FI8II!at,all GRAIN tlmue., HAY, 4c., GLASS witness knew the prisoner by the title of General 1864 he commanded during the the war Western-in September districtof came he examined the prison and 'said it

    Liberal advance on comi umcnla,of Cotton, Major, but did net know to what command and ordered by the was unfit, aiiii, he showed witness a letter
    North Carolina, wis '
    Wool, Lumber, &c, IIB was stDched-coud: not speak as to hie to the Department, in which he had *o' re
    April 21, 1868. 1m Every variety of Glass, French and German departmental Richmond to furniah s guard
    Plate, Bt.ilned. Out and Sky Light Glees,single health when he went to Salisbury-did not of 1500 men at Salisbury at the time the ported.
    and double thickness. think ho was a man of violent prejudices. there Maj. Gee told witness that he bad applied

    '- NEUFVILLE BUTLER &; CO. The conversation with Gen. Bragg: alludedto large number consisted of prisoners in were of about sent 1100 or intended to apply, to be relieved,

    Pure French Brandies was in the latter part of October or firs) This guard part first from their because he had not the means and facilities\
    Senior Reserves, brought do be done for the prisoner ,
    to what'ought to
    ... WILLIAM of November 1864.
    i. (suocimom TO n. ,) homes and totally unskilled, in military or
    Maj. Gee discharged; his duties a*
    BY THE COURT. officers elected
    guard duty, commanded by well as could be done under the circumstances
    WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Wines and Wliisliics, The Young Guard was disbanded before from among themselves. The order 'wa. and with the means at his command.

    witness went to Richmond-did not think from the War Deportment Witness wentto Witness' knew nothing of any'order for-
    :WALER3 IN For Medlo'nai purposes; and a large .upply of Maj Gee was a man whose enthusias'm Salisbury to organize this force the best intercourse between citizen 'and

    other Llquoia for general use. would lead him to an act of inhumanity if he could-found the supplies in the Q. M. bidding the prisoners ordinarily prisoner are.not

    .A.R.E that act would advance the cause in which and Com. Departments there very scarce -
    TtN'vv:: ; allowed to hive communication with persona
    Briich: Toucher & CO.'sCHAMPAGNES.
    the round had '
    he was engaged. The supplies from country outside without an order, Witneai

    !KITCHEN PARLOR AND QFt'ICES'reVBS William T. Stockton,sworn : Is a farmer,, been sent to Gen Le..'. army -there were had a conversation with Gen. Hayes, a
    Fla. I know the accused at Salisbury he was told,
    lives in Quincy, ,, no tents or axes prisoner in regard to tne prison, and he
    have known him for twenty-six years, have but afterward got about six axes-the guard
    Solo Agents of the only true Imported Brand professed satisfaction except in I regard to
    In the country, vU: Carte D'Or, Lao; D'Or, and been intimate for the lint 16 year ; scarcely got no Q. M. atom and the ration were rations. ,

    Bllery,pronounced by all cour.oliocura superior a day passed when we were both in scant Witness then man stated
    military
    as a <
    ,
    to any heretofore In use. town, that I was not in his office. In all Maj. Gee reported to witness for a time that if Maj. Gee, after all effort to'prevent
    that long intercourse, I have never knownor after the prisoners came, but the command
    Special Agent for the American Vintage Company the prisoners being cent to Salisbury, and
    LSD ALL and .a large! Hock of their celebrated C llforula heard of one act of his approach inhumanity of the prison was Boon turned over to Gen. to get them supplies, after they came, bad

    brands constantly on hand. to man or horse or dog. He won Winder, and Maj, Gee then reported to quit hi* position ''without leave, he weuld
    Oth.er. Articles the love and esteem of all connected with him. Witness was at Salisbury several be oourt marualtd
    : : have been liable to on
    My special arrangements with Manufacturer he had the
    whole all the time guard
    The from times during
    him community
    ,and
    order desertion
    and Importers of the North, and In Europe,warrant charges of disobedience to
    me In not only guaranteeing the absolute parts of the whole Stale, feel toward him therein charge-had frequent conversations of his post, the penalty for. which
    IS TUB Purity and Genuineness of my entire stock, but the highest interest and deepest regret. He with the accused in regard to I the death and hale effort andremonstrances
    would have been
    J, .. II, ( also enable me to sell any of the above men there and of the unfitness ,
    Is n man of high honor and nice feelings. scarcity of stores ,
    have
    would excused
    first coat not
    tioned lines of goods at prlee.-Iu some
    ;V i HOUSE-FURNISHING BUSINESS tines[ even less than transportation. As a physician, he is all that one should be, of the place for the large number of prison- him.

    BO far ai I know. Our country is sparsely era sent there. .. '
    115 Broughton Street Ao examination of my prices will sustain these settled and his conduct wag more liable to The accused was in communication with
    ; statements In every particular. be noticed than in a thickly settled community the authorities Richmond, urging that no Artemus Ward says the railroad frHm'slnFrancieoo '

    Hi. character ss a soldier is high. more prisoners be sent to Salisbury and to St. Louis I h. now conVpleted ,

    SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. My son was a private in the "Young complaining of the want of accommodations excepting about 1903 mile, X-hioli: is' by

    Guard." He and his comrades after their for them-that there was uo lumber to en stage | that serve to break the' monotone

    tOT All orders promptly filled\ at the lowest W. N. WALSH, year's service, spoke of his kindness and large the stockade nor to make aheller- and came near breaking his' neck,' 'and he

    marke prices. care. I have heard father* speak thankfully every body complained of the scarcity firmly believes would have broken'tbe'

    s.E.Cor. Barnard. Broaffhlon lit.. of his care for their children. After this around there-the guard bad no shelter, backbone of the rebellion if it had'beenthere.

    April a,1888. am company was disbanded, he was in West except what they found In the sheds and .

    SAVANNAH, GEO. Florida as a field officer, raising companies stables near by-witness saw the telegramsof .. e +

    NOTICE. for a battalion. I tbink ha was a start officer Maj. Gee to Richmond and the, answer When the corpse of Gen.ttbber\' Ration,

    SIX MONTHS after the first publication. of ft* 0, 188 In the Tennessee army. In that army, -these answers were to the effect that an late til the Confederate army, 'was' being

    Voucher notice as Administrator I will preaent of my the Accounts estate and of Administratrix's Notice. from general rumor, hit reputation for tol- engineer would be cent to inspect the prison. carried through the streets of Nashville;, the

    Redden *. Parramore late of Madison scanty, diery conduct and courage was high. I Witness came to Raleigh to get some other day, a group of United Suite\ } officer,
    Florida, deeeaaed, to tbe Honorable Judge offrobata SIS months and after vouchers date..I Administratrix will present my of the 1\0' was not in that portion of the army, but supplies but could get none from the Confederate who happened to be standing Wir1 th line
    Florida
    for legal of discharge Madison" from county further, administration, and apply estate. of L. H. White, to the honorable Judge of have heard my son and others speak of hi* authorities, made a requisition for of procession, trailed their halt a01'\\ood|

    upon a said eitAte.: '... Probate of Leon county for a final settlement gallantry, particularly in the battle of Per. tents and axes, a few of which were furbished uncovered until the remain hd'J pA..e@them. .

    4 ii I'll I I. n. L 'i.i.e. AtEXAKDEK. ilMITH.J and ask for a discharge. E. U WHITE Ado', ryville. 1 don't know definitely where he as h. afterward taw tents its the '. ''. '
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    : .""' sti-uerfle with .aU Its horrors that the President's Peace Proclamation BY: '
    1-: TITcjIrrljjl; of BlnJ; Ge : bloody TELEGRAPH.'t/ I
    \which it was his fortune as well (as mine doit notfembve martial In the South- '

    Io ?'tbeLvrcaried' dear re deVI'! .,t1j11 lo witness: line passed away ; We: hive err]:States, and dies not restoreah'!'; j' habeas Nj\ TpKuARKeTS.NKvA'oRid 't
    chronic The scene has shifted to teturnto the "
    (c caption accepted the imitation .1Cottond\JII
    | '
    i will your
    BY ::8 OBER t8i'' LIVEIR.i nor Snd some of(Vhej most select, reprepf Union; upon) that we of the South came corpus. r pf'coijrse t joccasipn! Apt'h!, ; ), and
    !
    with our heath open to t tlieUnion, of these re (fers much !{'snt rise!: flutt'tley1!; ,; 1 may quoted311 3 LtJold 127.fl ,
    jlhejlntk-lligerjce and the JL- '
    \ segtat VI'5 | I recollections buried, lie assured \hie left r was written-without f q1nlt '
    States with. past' ,
    r.ln the ,
    Nef CON
    Cheapest ..pap II StateT'rrlikVeekIY chlraJry of?the/Sutb ire ihe: drarsatiepe and as we were' honorable men in' that knowledge authority, or approval ofthe"rreslden"Cand it :!$16NAP JJ. ,

    ;-......_-'_...."';'...:'<'I''0 o/.ee/ Jrill'e"wbaC I Air J uy t.. '" struggle, as my military friend will bear ttle > express the 1VASnts aoxpT'il 20.-2'lie Senate

    Bemi-WeeJily......... .......... -ATATirjA.HA.SSBK We yield to day more than our usual me witness we came with untarnishedfaith / It does not passed the bill to admit Colorado In the

    Weekly....................... ... ... to 8usinln the American Union nnd meaning or Intention of the Proclamation. Unloq as aState. ,
    7 t-- '. -: :i :, space to the testimony of Chief Justice theCorirt'tutionot'theUr,! ed'SUCes. AndI The Proclamation does not say that martial The\ tf aua t leaumpl'jrr, .dlacassion 'o? ?

    : DcPosr, Col.! WILLIAM STOCKTOS: and may say that we came with no reset va- law Is removed hereby and the habeas the Pacific Railroad Bill.

    others! from Qniticy\! for the following) lions ; that the battlefields of the future -

    reason:) F Weeks} l long''coumWof( i'of repots will find the; SluLhs; the batlk ehlsot corpus restored. lUU does say A MOB AT BOWLING GREEtf., 1
    t I Thesday Morning
    May 1, 1806. and( editorial notices appear! 1n the past ]have found hir; 'ra'inly 'that nartlall.lw proclaimed and the BOWLING: GRBEjtltY.tVApri} 25.-Irk ;p

    .. .' n ._ .. brave and heroic; but now an Passengero from almost all the"'Northern"riews'papersj; detailing she will shed her blood as freely
    lure tir.ie
    New Yorkto ] hal eommitL
    Char.les certain object mlzht be accomplished, }1t'ZI'O\! }\ho hE'E'1\ QSI murder,
    the, blood.-and-thunder stories that for the flag of'the United l States as in } rtbe: SMl'lff\\'iLh; In.
    '
    too, now come by steamer to Savannah I 'that !Is accomplished from tldhltnds
    Arid
    the shad her thai object
    '
    Ra- she has misguidedly. ? 'lIilJ'h'e
    have,entertained the commission at past tnt!' n f imiiiirei Shtrtff is
    i and thence by the same mod of conveyante blOod it. Ch It is not for that (he reverts
    E'ls.) country
    against ( and therefore
    .Jeigh--ih most of which :Maj. GER is represented aided by the! spldieis.\ .The, \excitement, is
    to Charleston, tt being some ten dollars ]- me to* cay what should'! be the policy of to the cnndit on in which it existed beforeIt Intense.

    '._ cheaper than coming out ,direct ,by as a monster of cruelty, as liberal the Government. We have now a restored martial .,
    proclaim
    became
    cssar1 "
    In tho 'us,. of such brasE's'ns "damned Union, mote by-the'sympathies. the
    '
    the Charleston] and New York steamers. Yankee-go belt the witnesses people than by recognition of lawInol'eiD law, and suspend the habeas corpus.. That, J I I ,LATER, '" ]:IIJ-UROPE." ; , ., J
    to & as Apiii, 2.1.-\\ have
    C. '
    The old Palmetto City must Hook to its mid New Yor.K, a Liverpool '
    the hearts of ,the Amel ican people, jq the meaning and intention of the Proc
    laurels. have been with their mean mendacities.This in the hearts of the brave I dates to the 12lh insfant. The sales
    ( more especially 'President "
    IN.. tit evidence is eagerly caught up and soldiers against whom we fought. It is.i. ]hmatlon/BTid the will permitno of cotton 'orf tnat day1 werrTjOoft! ; ) bales at, ".

    Immigration."J published to the }\'o'I.1"' as is, alleged, not for us to, say iu .our position what judge or officer I to! disregard! it. a decline of a half penny, Therevas- a
    o'f has bOE'n panic jn\ the market. :fi
    : should be the policy of the goveitoment 'I TM House Representatives {
    : ; :We perceive, from the Augusta ConsU- "that civilization may point its, finger of it' 71l 6-8 to 71 C '
    (, ] \, -. of the United Stales. It U only for me engaged In IlscusSlit.th9! Army bill for Fire.Twpn 34. ? tutionalist, that the Georeia: Immigration scorn at the barbarians' who composed to say that, with the Spulh in the Union, well sols, 86 1.8 to 803:4., i
    and it will be
    Company,, of which Rev; F: R. Gonlding'Is the late Confederacy.1:: I she will vie with our Northern brethren some days pixst, pretty .ONE DAY LATER, j .

    agent, in Macon, received'lbout one Much cf1 i it was also. 'published at the the maintenance of constitutional right. pulled, to pieces by the time it gets I NEW YORK, April 20.-Liverpool dates

    1 J', hundred. immigrants. a few days,ago, composed South, that a deeply injured people might (Cheers.) .. through both Houses. The House of to tbe-lSjh : hayey.comeotOfhand; ,' {The I.

    of field hands bouse servants and know how insatiate was the thirst for innocent representatives;. ,have!, .!already\ $jrafcsed 1 sales of colton for the week amounted

    '. mecbanics.I blood, on the pail of Confederate Our Washington Letter. those sections of the bill which providefor to 49,000 bales. The market declined' 2d.
    f.rht'pE'k, and closed with-a further:
    t
    ,' I deserters and that class of Federal sol retaining 10 negro regiments and slight decline and a downward tendency. I I.

    The Final Adjournment 'of diers testifying before the commission.A [FROM OCR owx conREsro rDaNT.j] those regiments known as the, Veteran Sales of Friday, 7,000 bales. Stock on

    t"1'-! Congress.I very different class of actors come Reserves ( which are two of the ivorstfeatures hand, 600,000 bides.Fivestwenties ] I' ,

    It i is the The Case .1JJj'creon'Darie-Rclcaac of C. in eII11.'Ih r E's'dentvill' 67 1-3 a. 07 3 4 ex-cou
    prominent of
    )
    I h. : opinion of Congress- now .upon the stage-as 'different as distinct !
    Consols 85; 7/8 a. 85 18Decrease -J
    jiroen that the present session of Congress species of the same genus. We all 4 C. Clay-The JIaleat Curpus, "Restored to veto it, if It is passed: wilh'the negro reg- of puns specie; in the, Bank of England, .l:1B: I';'

    >. i.will be closed early in June. Apart from know these gentlemen. We know! ,.them to the South-Martial Law at an Elld- iments. If the Veteran Reserves were OX). ,'

    .. the subject ''of 'reconstruction all other be the very soul of honor, chivalry, and Effect of I, Peace Proclamation pt called the Invalid corps, and it was acknowledged

    business can be closed: in several weeks.: truth., Wonder I if what they testify won't Vrdenvood Kelitkcd-TI< Army DiU- that they were stiperanmiv .FROM: wasntarovew: (j.

    :-'So''| says a correspondent ,of the New 'York be, published in pamphlet' form, and sent General Grant as a Candidate for Presi ted, sickly men,-unfit for military duty, WASHINGTON, Aptil 27.--Pardons lave }.
    : been granted in the cases of. flavor Mon-
    f,.World.- ., by the Northern typos to all the crowned i drtlt.i and care were taken that no able-bodied toe and Alderman'Nixon, of New Orleans

    .b.!. .' "-' .- heads of Europe, and the "rest of mankind i WASHINGTON, April 20, 1866. officer got Binuesled! into the organization the charges brought against these 11

    ",' Tile Florida Times. 1"; Mr. STEPHEKS' testimony before It is possible that the House of Representatives it would not bn so bad.' But the Eentlemen'having'been: : :: 'refuted to the ; :
    I
    1 'After' the many changes made by this the Central Directory, at. Washington I may in a few days, pass a res- country is greatly deceived about this satisfaction'of the President. I',I'
    : The SIn department' has r cl'lvPof.
    paper, another'is'announced, in its last would make a handsome addition to such olution recommending: to the Presidentto matter. These: men: are, ,not. veterans.( ficial intelligence a decided victory'ofllie

    ,. issue, whereby",Mr. R. W.. B. HODGSON a collection. bring JEFPEIISOX DAVIS and C. C. If they were, they would. be worth hay! Liberals over Ihe Imperialists at Chihuahua -

    as Proprietor, and Mrj: OREELY, as editor, 4Florida- .-. -- CLAY to trial, before a Military Court, as ing. Each regiment of I teal: veterans and the occupation of that city
    '
    retire; and Mr. W. H. CHRISTY makes. Soldiers. active accomplices in the assassination of would be worth regiments of ordinary by the firmer. .
    There is nn doubt whatever but (that
    ,..b&editorialandproprietorialbow. There I ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Your leaders need scldiers. Hut most of these mat, wpre ,
    Mrs. hat rwlviMl permsinn" tu
    After great labor and patient research, fDivU ,
    {t. is no change tbat.woulil be so acceptable the!'ladies; of Macon have succeeded in not be alarmed however: at uny such ac- the greenest and rawest! volunteers and visit' her. llu.Land at Foit.ehs, 1I lol\roE'/ \ .

    .Ito" the people, generally, as a change inv tion. You know that the Radical, majority conscripts that we had in I the Northern. ...--....

    .' Its,,,,sentim'eati.. deciphering soldiers the names; .buried of in about the 700 different Confederate of the presei.t House, is capable of army." 'They were STAHTOS'S pet They :, .. COTTON IOVN..ANDGOLD: UP.fNKW ,.

    i? ., : + any measures. They know that Mr DA- were tll'lnellnt! !> this corps, which was; YORK] APRIL l 27'-CUltn 11 pity. de -
    Cemeteries: near that city., The follow- clini>,l from tw, to t three cents, ; salts! to.'
    ,. : ,. Our Washington Letter- VIS could never be com-ic'ed of treason: at first, called I lie Invalid corps" not because : '
    in is a list of those from Florida : 'nv at 3lc. .
    !? :
    J",:'('(' Tp-dayi? ; will! be found unusually' inter- G. W': Beet-son, co. 1 F, 7th Fla:, March before any Civil CourtJ: And\ they: alP so they had 1 seen much service; and I Gold, I2SI.: "* 7 / ,

    est ni., We annq(]tit, congratulate' 25th 18G4': afraid that President Jonxso:{ 1'jJorder\ had thereby. ., become) : veterans) but simply -

    readers of the Sentinel that we have' se- hi* release, ;or that hi may he re- because they hml'hepn' wounded or ONE DAY LATEtl 'ROJWROT'E.: .
    W. C. Rouse, co. K, 7thFla., July 23d, '
    o cared "DALLAS" our' special corres- l :ased on habeas: corpus under the Presi had become dispasl'llIan! of them NEW YORK, April 27.-V'e have Liverpool -
    1864. i I" dates to the loth.; The salps of cot-
    pondent. His letters, Under different i dent's recent, Proclamation, that they are: mere boys. Nearly all of Iliam a>-edecrepid '.
    '"'' ,J. Anderson, co. K, 7th Fla., July 29ib! : "' inn on Saturday iionrited.to 5,000 Im, es.
    : 'names, to several of the"leading papersin '. rushed lo the War Department, cud prevailed and diseased, and are: utterly! The market cnntltined sl1tl r'frlOm panic ,.'

    the South are attracting great and, 1864. upon the Judge Advocate General, unfit for soldiers,. and declined lions Id to 8il.Ii: ;
    M. King co. C, 1st Fla., August 13th,
    growing admiration from the press and as he is called, to give them all the It i is early to be talking or thinking ing Uplands <[uoii>d at 14d.Fveltventies ,I
    186 t 07a07li( ; Consuls 8.\7.Sa
    J*' the people. ; '! wretched: trash and nonsense which he about the next Presidency, ; but' the Republicans
    Jas. Ryals, co. K, 7th Fla., September;! 8618. ,
    .
    **. collected about the time that JEFFERSON of the Northein, States are The German difficulty:coutloueti.! .:,
    ; 6th, 18R4.\ t i
    /'A Munificent and Timely r o- DAVIS was first imprisoned. There are alieady in the field with that object in "
    : Jas. D. Baxter, co. I, 4th Fla., Sept. RAILROAD ACCDEST.-On Saturdaylast "
    nation. several barrels full of "lp timonIhich view. They have already (three prominent
    13th, 1864. as the train on thn Floiidii'Rlilnmdwai '
    'The ''ladies composing the Executive was collected from the Lord knows candidates.! The first is den' GHAUT. passing Stark, the bottom of one of ,

    I Committee of the Southern Relief Fair, .Jabe'z Rbherstonl Perry" Fin. .Bait.," where, by the detectives of the War Department They don't care a penny abut. General the.'ars'l&ve, trIm nnd let,,its contents ).
    i
    recently,held; in Baltimore have forward.ed Sept, IStbuiSjU. : : and this "testimony," Jo HOLT GRANT, and they rather dislike him because j through on the road bed, tbrowihg the

    to Gov. JBHKIN two J. J, Crosby, co. A, 6th F'a., Oct. 11th, other cars off the track, smashing up drynonds
    thousand
    ; dollars says, is enough to hang both DAVIS and of his supposed Democratic antecedents
    1864.' and groceries ll nerall '. Redtopboots
    in money, and five hundred barrels of CLAY, for it "proves" that they were the and proclivities. But they think ', beef.toilgnei, ladiesbunnets'pick-'
    flour and otber 'provlslons to ba dl tllb. John Manning. :, co. I, 7th Fla., Oct. 1, cheese crackers find bottled
    conspirators in the "plot" in which they can cany the f'1t'ctionIh\ the agl- led puck, ,

    .' \I,uted 'to'tbe Buffering poor in Georgia.The .....* 1864. BOOT, PAVSK:, and :Mrs. SCBRATT were diets voteand that the soldiers will\ all vote' ale were plentiful on tie occasion. Furs 4.
    thls'
    Governor has For furnishing list, the noble Indies lcnalelj'nu! one was injured .andi the
    ,? appointed committees the chief actors. This'retch..d stuff for GRANT. Therefore, they ai'e" trying to
    of Macon have placed the whole country damage was soon' rep Jied -Gain) tlll>
    "v"in each Congressional. District to receive Congress is' expected 16 believe. The cajole G RANT Into the belief thai the North yew Era, 271h. ,
    "' ':'and'distribute under obligations. It gives to many
    ; this timely bounty1. Judic ary "Committee has had it 'before looks] to lain ta.IrCIII'e..,to the North the Tar COTTON CROP.-We hear cf very f,
    a weary.enquit heart information long
    '( .1',1 . them: now for neatly ,a 'week ; and ,they fi nits: of the war ;j. which, they assert, many complaints about the stand of col- I
    .?, Greenbacks a Legal Ten and vainly sought, concerning the loved will make about it i JOHNSON Is ton. It appeals, that! the fault is greatly
    a\\ :- soon a report onewny, President? ) trying. to cheat the
    and lost. in the teed, most of which is old.
    der. or the other. If they report that it af riol'lhoutofl I
    We will be pardoned for filling so much We hope, however, that the recent rains (
    I''!' W 'learn from: the. Augusta! Chroilcle! fords ground for trial and the House DALLAS., '
    :'. '? | of columns with of the \p _. \ produceun agreeable > change,.,-It. ;
    our a description '
    i ; .;ithat'in; ,Richriiond Superior Court, now in interesting ceremonies attendant the adopts the report, thatill! be the the\; extent :1'Mgtitirdistconfereuee.0' ; .' Good judge I'say' that '''dnrir'llr" 'the tel'i'-' e31

    .n' session, Judge Hook has delivered a upon to which their malignity will'be allowed : of te Circuit Court at this place] C. P.Cooler t'

    h very able and elaborate opinion, in which decoration of the Confederate graves in to the President will NEW ORLEANS, April 22 -The whole Esq:, now f Jacksonville, {,lade

    'be'had decided that in all Macon on the 26th. We would we could go. never day was spent in tdiscus&i'n'';!; lV# subjectof que.of the lyost ableand, eloquent\ law
    cases of con permit such a disgraceful act to be District''Conferences. '
    publish the eloquent addresses deliveredby per A few reports speeches ever'made in this\\\ section of the
    ., .tracts made before ihe 2Cth )February,' petrated. He will release Mr. DAVIsfashe being before the body, after a lengthy'. country, :Mr. C. has but few, if a'iy,

    1 II. 1862, (the date of the Act making green; the different speakers. The "thoughtsthat has already released Mr- CLAY, if he discussion, they were laid upon the table. I equals in the'State as an advocate at tile
    ,
    4i,. backs tender breathe and words that burn" are Dr. ;McTyorin', of Montgomery, offered bar. 74.
    a legal ) coin, 'alone or its
    finds that the Radicals bent
    I eqalValemVIn currency was'a legal IonderM. found.... in' every, paragraph.As .. are uponmUI'derins resolution !introducing! lay members into -'In on. of the ;gardens oh.thla: place can '
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    ; !him. He did not-order, the the nnnual nnd oI'al conferences. Yeas
    'h gpn
    '' our
    we pickJP .schanges!: from be found, for table use, English!: peat,
    1\ !: ? release of Mr. CLAY, ,until he knew that' and, nays were; ,called for with the;fnllosv- spapbeansIrish and ,

    ml I Business, men would do, well to bear every city in the .South, apd.find columi ) lhl!. 'I} ,JHtlee bud colt'\ !cted'this\ niass! of ih after thee
    "i' thli in mind columndescribing interesting The whole subject was then placed in the
    when
    their
    tettling claims or ."evil1elce" 'against him, ancbe. thus Important matters connected,with.the
    ceremonies, of the 26th, we confess to a bands of a committee composed) of one. (
    eontractgj for purchases made anterior, tot shows them his contempt for it; from each Conference: : future destiny of the Florida rr" :,( et'data piep4ioued; 'above.' deep! mortification, that not a word hasappeared Jnstice';' Shallow been In progress.: for several we ks.*-/*.
    ? ::1 'Shakspeare.'s 'has
    ll'Jo ,\11'' : J in either of the papers inTellahassee'descriptive found General Robert Toombs. : Our town continues to improve by way
    of-what the ladies did a'wortly\ | counterpartin! these ,latter of repairing and, adding to old buildings
    >>.>Decisioi>' of General The Montgomery: Ledger relates tliat ,
    hl' 0'I/ Attorney' for their Confederate. '-dead in our Cemetery days, jn ]the person of Judge, ..USDBRoD Gen Toombs Is ''in'' Havana, negotiating and erecting: new ones One difficulty! in'
    .. G. bl'rilth. 'I' / ,of Virginia This individual has the road to progress in this direction is
    n' ? believe tjiere.ai-e, but few for a negro,pstate. The General says that I I
    t. ItF* JeRrS t .,tIlaC'.JK.e;: TiaveiBQUpace;>> to Confederate, We soldiers, buried here.very But been notorious for the'manner in whichhe lie' intends .to make ,Mexico! ; his future ; that demandfur: l lutrber far 'exceedsthe

    ,; publUh the able and elaborate ,argutimenUil1'by"wbloh.'the ha's'panderej the ]home, but first lie would proceed, 'to buWI-J6.
    (.0 tastes of the abolitionists
    if there (Is of Confederate sol I
    : a. grave one France, procure mr interview with .the
    h J-iirHves'at the' Attorney General dier here !it',;''deservesall: the 'honors that !and Radical ..Republicans, ever Enipcrori.and; learn'froin' 'alit,i lln<('of pol Bas Butler must be in North Carolina
    concJusfoDs'ioJdicaf! has A
    jintuuer
    watches!
    the the elsewhere since he been upon be. bench. A icy. If the Emperor promised la:mntaio spoons, &c'l( disap-
    following notlcecmiied.. from the Florir i- many are receiving :,: few days after the fl'esident'J Peace Proclamation Maximilian, he'oul<1 1E'lIlh": Emperor tieared recently from Newbeni ana' Ra-

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    ..dian. ; ./ '' Illjo he 'refused to grant k wilt of that he had still 'a'little motley 4efl' with leigh. I I J
    rb Senator Call's Speech, which to make1 home in Merfico for his MRS.Jefferson
    : The opinion pf Attorney General J, habeas Davis stated to several
    B. Jhal.thwritten} :
    ,
    corpus !
    "-,.1( Galbraith, jn another place, in regard to 'As\reported'b'y most of the ;New York stored ) nut re-,, ,fUlilY.)1 bile lie"hijliJ.Qc .JIs|!! ,fptt iinn 1181' ogiwbom' ?; v>he Jn. tier.Journey tot'aiaX'Kar.ho -
    to Virginia by the Proclamation he' a a-willing\ 't.hI nte'iil itI* loi lle/t/ and! / ''eip-elS3! -
    ; the
    ;n"tbe."'AcL tp establish, ,and(.enforce the papers, is Inaccurate. The \mosti.correct; ; early release -
    and that the State was still under martial teadi .of her. husband.
    marriage, relation .
    "lIi f ; betweenptrsocs of r f ; .
    of It 'made HU
    the I
    ,Ii color," will be of intertst- class eport was by Express, laid\ ; JJ6 sbo'ne'r howerer '
    a Jarge \;:'diq j pbs( come TUB NATIONAL EXPUESS COMPANY.
    / vhiclfwe have"mislaid.: TUB Princess of Wales I is sitthigfora-
    .r' of our community, l'he cOlJclubi,.the President's notice, ,tliaq,\ ) ,he direct Gen Joseph/! Johnson.frenidegt of full
    length portrait in oil, but as she is a
    those who have heretofore been married fore gompe'led, f<> .publish] tife.h following]
    .
    : \
    ? ted,Lbe ..Attorpey General to .order UN- the National Express: Company( notifies little thin, a professional modal sits for
    or lived together auiian and wife reed meagre and Inaccurate report from the. DHBWOOD to tlie'case \ ktoctfifrtileii M.lliat, Company as the arms and ueck _
    ,
    gran&'the'writi in .
    ,lip licence lu estat>ish a,)law'pi! | | marriage, .. in -
    ; have ..
    Woild :., nc t I'ahlthe sum of ten dollars on i > .- J i W II-
    una.lhat.I only: those ;wbo'hav.anvt: .beelll .J whlchjhe had 'refdydjfandtto'; instruct each share of their block -
    1, \ a!* required bylaw .""Mr 1 bay':recently gave birth to three
    .. livjnis'tojwlie'r! : as man'and \life!' require BBStAB S&SUT'OB.. : CALL.The : I him furthermore, tlia ,'iia wiiA, )i J4 pow in ,\that, said s area will be disimsed; ofa childreoin Indiana', Verily''' who''can tell

    ;* ..I licwses'jut"clJlHbe/ aie' 9.1 lived at; by a v'erJogical( health of Senator Call, of Flprjd, full force again, in all the Southern States ; auction.: "dhine Yih'cftyM.VMay" next.,'?, what a' day may bring forth\(=Exehanyt.Ve .
    auJ, or XeuJol1ui.{ i1YilhJhis i ,vas called for.and ion. risingbewas;, I ,' ; ""i !.J.p. t'T'i'.1'reiuSent .. \ should "Sufficient for she
    "I ll e same before the Var "and Is fay Day'
    ,} ;"fie'I sloop) ; (;jr p L act. .he, yP.} tap J l"thlt, warmly lece \'ed". ,Ue, warmly ,indorsed : :.' 'tobe' ,' '. 'Laa.athointat; \' "attic [ii. the, rvi( fhif '."-'Pall Ri" ,'., Monitor,

    "1' ofi1r': find 'It i to c4red,..jegple\ par act : the sentiments Ui>ieeted by Gen, Slocum, grantvl ;fu'.aJJ proper 'caaes' | /, Hampton,' a.relative"e of ''th.yConfedetateGeneral Thtre'will! probably1' iooijbe'; ;Verificfttiuh -
    .
    i .fntell! t eutlyl 'l8'a matter (that is 1'19,1J fu and said i We have buried our dead- the ,'y :The_ Jle'tter from ei; 1Va'i' bepatmentsigned ;, Postmaste'r tifc, J'i h\l1 I'r..clUo'l.: ,, of Uiu.- etyiflf 'DIy'unto Day uuerth' .,

    A., small importance.A ,put, Kith iU recollections, ;:1al'on''tbe\: : by the Adjutant General, .staling In:; a Radical Incumbent/ l aplech.-XclII Vtdford Kttaiard..

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    Go seqk! hetQ.in their pravesi unknownhtl'byheirjrsnlalp6ei' If the land ahoold bewfapped-in. the ltt tnhian5te :
    { b tiittttt.
    ift'nll oI1fn1t Bill/ \ ,? ',,1 & rid flftnies of !unlversfirHHfe ;' now1 'while] I' : bbtdistnttnts. t ,nhF. nrt l 'I. 'ti (
    each i.-
    .on spot, In beauty cpi ing them I Is lime to take measures to avert f.


    : ') r.1. nY f. } eh,{ \' 1 bn 'l quod ?'No(A sisterhood marble slat.'jutr floweis.' rav'n''sitht j ::1' the Impending noteilM'II'n.tnlngiontllIigl'nt doonvrwa] / utter the, think-distinct HOLESALE f! I E. D. SMYTHE&'CO. ;

    willm 'Theirmournful'dlepds! to trll-Jj' do wish
    inn chaos
    to slate tbat a Festival ] given by : $ >f n.who- not and nighttVyfco'me
    Chnrch No nionumeht to mark the spot( iigfaln- tll'ai' the specter[ !' hlden1ts _
    the ladies of Ills Episcopal at theeventhg
    Where they with glory fell i afrd\ gloomy/VIeformed] /and polldted of IMPORTSftS 1IBALt.Jis'lf

    aJt,6[ ll o/r1'W dntR ''f Their names shall yet a herald find .!,rcliut. civil war: is. has [never beenfiwiness'ed '!- SCHOONER WM B, MANN .T

    tot th t lieoe'fit ofy the.EpiBc&pa\ Clinrob, In every tongue of fame, in "modernv timeS M s1o\v1y 'l-fsirtg5, Duo nl t .51', Jlrk' loiuled with CROCKERY .:" "

    ;ftiia'tw' repair\ :ilhe r..enet'I Y.t? IThe I public' When vallpyvstreft'ii an<1 minstrel voice, befnt e.heirsl'i'n\ I. ,And it is scarcely: ] c ..w-.....' ....... ..
    Shall swell with'tl'iclt1 acclaim', thfe J crtr'e' off: "Hdtvever 'ap'pailing] the China and Glass Ware

    are veSp'ectfnlly IDvlted. 1,0 attend.S .> "PIltnL floe! a\lol'U threit. loitely graves flgure/we had better l,,!ok full at it !until! sriiii& Ijoolls /. ., ,
    ,--;- P- we comprehend eoinething of it until its
    .
    lIre Ivy 1t' eutwlr4e, f [ : ,
    'Inn WAIL OP A STRICKEN IIEART'l .- hs Lendills lie'e, aThlttf't'4 I \ h \. II lineament are hiirn, ln upon our :brain, 109 BROUGIITON STREET, '
    :1 1)
    ( until nre'fully'nr'oused the
    vpr'plalnti've and sad. It Is peculiarly The tiytth Rlld tllA rviifi.. we to necessity FOR

    wVII Memorials of thy love shall mark of Ihe great duly of pullinsj) for tli ef- McKibbin & Allen. (IRAn DULL STntET,)
    !!! we !are acquainted with Each 'consecrated! plafcp' foils ndcquai, : to ttifl'exti'aordinary( emer.goicjvnnd :

    I .the) causes that occasion it. Who can, : to .slrieinl ns from the direful
    ( And aivjelH wandering, down from Ileav'n, -- S.. .'V".. .NN'.A.E-E: II G-A.
    ;,risd. without emotion, the touching"L1ues' Will ]love tae: pot to ,race. caomit] )". The.duly and, lllo .pownrtirfr 1,000ipcf' Spring 1'1\lnto. American. I I 1..1 :
    ]
    now ill I lire hand of the people not the ', ''
    by C' P. C. communicated -I' ,1. "
    for. "All o'er the ]lend ]like autumn ]leaves, people of city one. Slate or of any one Spragne:; ; l'hilli11..n'8( Merrimac.i ,
    :/the, Poet's corner of our paper to.day 1 Boine on the wailing blast. .- section, but of all the States and "of all &C., &c. . . t.. ..'. 20c INVOICES' ".' '

    While the author 1 Is one of Florida's most They ]lip with, no mementoes'raise-l, BPCtioiH. .tll 'Y 'c.1n', <5o! \ tr'nl events n'idI 300 pieces Spring: IeLaineit . .27c PING OP I. <
    To link '.hp.m'lIh tlm I hey only can' ward plJT civil 200 pieces Lawns And Jnconels, .i.3r>c '
    Will!
    'gifted: ft'id noblest] he Is, l ItJ' peculiar be. past ; war WHITE GRANIT-:
    Then, bid the c"nlptureo( \! stone 'rerew: they do it 1 1 We do not know, and car,- 1001"8 Plaid and Striped Organdies,60c ,, ,
    "JTAvement: one efhier saddest and 60 .'. .. SOc
    most Thi story ot their fnml--, not answer. If they .are:; not \lost r lo their pieces Moxamhiques, j.
    desconsolate] cons Some, monument to after timo, i\VH)\\ interests' and welfareIf) their heaitsorenot 50 pieces Plain and Fig OienadineJl.OO Common< and Gl ss"\ire,

    .Y'Alqv dear! ;.friend' I Thu consolation ,we Their galliint'deeds proclaim.). shut tq the 'instincts ;of .',1llf'e.] \ 10 1 hales I Brown' Shirtillg" .''. ., *... 20c) ;
    5balpst. .. .23c
    I servalion if are'not ] III Store and to arrive ,, '
    they hopelessly blind] ,
    offer/ you is.only that ofa heart as drear "Biinsr, fl nvers to deck each patriot! grave, to future in 10I>alt's4.4 . .25c
    : possible miseries comparisonwith
    anf.withered as thine own I And bless the vernal gpd' whi'Ch'oJllh\tt) \ they havfe ('ffl't'ei1\ In lo' nll'R 4-4 (Appleton! A,) .'. .28&} For Sale by the' Original Invoices.

    ', ....- Where, sleep those fallen ones, whose, the ]late wiir' was as nothing arid less than 5 bn.le.s4-4 Star-.. . . . .2fic : ;
    'dppls'' 3 Blenched .. 18c
    onses Shirting <
    A 1hllIAK-No\ noihing, they ,\ull) gird their loins. they
    Luck but .
    Light | ,
    "
    with ,
    Are written their God ; will ronS J LIH'I11 'I'II'ls } 2 cases t . 22c .
    niti'j uniped aboard the telcerRp'h; \;Ire, Place the white stone above each head- as no p'eople ever 2 Clht'SI.. 4 Plne.2"c
    did before, and overcome tlm obstacles] GOODS REPACKED; FOIL COUA'TRT TRADKHuTiinnali
    :somewhere. in the vicinity of the city, The sacred Hpnt enclose, > to the settlement of our national tioubles 2 cases 4 4 It xtrn.32i

    nbout four o'clock yesterday and came That 110 invading: step may break" before" I hey become insurmountable and April 5. 1860._8mTIIOH. _
    The of their
    flishina past oii'i4 .office window titllt night repose. ineniovabie. They will do nr forbear to
    a
    ? In Macon there are two cemeteiles' do almost anything rather than subject WHITE:: (} {} D UOLCOMBfi. FllED. M., IIULI.
    faster than \ae l.ke to travel shivei and ,. ,
    ing where 1'1'lOSI'[ the.remains of those who tliemselvpi to the dark doom of civil war." .
    crashing along down the line to pay its died, in Confederate ]Hospitals( In our city The Manufacturers of, New England!; Jnconeti, Tape Checks, Nainsook, Soft

    respects to'our handsome neighbor at or fell in battle during tin ]late contest j Pennsylvania and! New York, the wool Mini, Swiss Mull, Dotted I Swiss) Muslins,

    Telegraph) Office who "It and the, warring elements and desectatins? nrnd 'ror Ic growers'of Ohio, the com alldWh"IILIIoducer White Tarletons, very flue, Brilliants, Table HOLCOMBE & CO.
    :
    says catneI ,
    feet and intruding weeds! maria it necessary of Indiana and Illinois Damasks, Irish Linens. '
    ( ;
    I In mid gave me a splendid) report( of Itself for grateful hands to renovnie these''1 and tire Northwest generally, the stock '----'---

    louder] than musket and out liahlowetlajiots. In obedience therefoie,
    a passed I rnii-crs" and tobacco-growers of Kentucky,
    i WHITE AND: COLOREDMusquito (THOJf A&nOLCOJIUR KJHtfUSHED IN 183G.
    f ( | ,
    :.011'tb? 'ground 'wire< without\ don'!%'a v i. to tlie published request of tire ladies, ami! ,I tire cotton cultivators of the Southern .
    many of the young men of the city met Slates, ought to 'make coinmon cause
    other Nets 1 1A
    damage than
    )leaving a
    very )per-. at each Cemetery and, with their own and insist i by all the !rights i of men and in
    cpptihle'smell' of _' salph'ir.] r hands, ,),'M.IE'lthl"| InitllP ipl1ts. whlcli re- tine interests, of a tomtnori Immunity that OLD STAND, ,

    I Iffriend, IIATCH don't put! a stop to moulded those hiounds"replacd the falling a settlement of our difficulties shall; be ,

    Biich l antics ns this "nlonjT! Ills 'line, we'll I boards that designated tire sleeper made< before the next Presidential, election. ] LARGE LOT OFCLOTHING
    beneath, and I'PIlOI'l'd 'the intrudingweeds. OiherwNe there I is
    .. no security
    181 BAY STREET
    move his line further from! our office. ,] Veiy nia'ny of the fair )indies of whatever thai the terrible, disasters we ,

    --e--- our city weie, prpipnt with /flowers, allude to will not come upon us. Beyond () !

    THE Rii.v: -THE Gtontoos! RAtx--be': vreithur. and boiiuetswhich titer strewed] that period'there 111 I be no common arbiter
    ill prr.fnsui| over, each grave, t> hung in 1\I11lhe! n settle-
    (power Deflect
    'ginning i to tie much nee'led' here.iboutsi)
    !
    grncplul gnrlinds around, the rut lrlcnaticC 'm bt will Virtually, ]hnve ;"passed out 'of GBO EBS
    began to de.sconil], In gentle] showers, ) I'S Hhich I ndoripil I the 1 b 11/r loll I '
    cpot.The the ba'nds' of Ihe ppopJ. .. Beyond that i is :20 cases Women's Hoots . . $1.60
    lib .ut 'Jill",:!, yesterday, and\ thff'prosprctis graves, of the '..,lp\I.: werenot.. the shadow death. Beyond that., with :10 Balms, . . 1.85

    I is that we shall!! have enough before i it iipjjh'Cted. Tliev, too, i ece iI'Illtt'n'ilollI1l1Clre no previous settlement, is a'vision of woes 10 Patent Tip . . 2.00

    "holds-lip.<\ \ ', > '" A toral I ioll I, in respect" to tire loving giolesone, shapeless' : horrible ns ever .'10 Men's Brogans . . . 1.75 FORWARDING AND
    ones, al'fl dUtano1 vim mny 'nne dIY :Milirn I r had o." Pandemonium. Let our 10 Men's Fine Sowed IJoots, .7.50

    Fr'IU'C I 'z'l'n'of Quincy whom we met, 'come, LOI, ecIarrr thfir dent.-Mann Tctc countrymen\ pause' now-; of ,. till. ]marries 10l'u's, Fine Bahuurs..2.5()

    yesteid.iy l (Ii ted ly fiom the Chaitnhoo-\ !!rfl'!?". ; _. and! of all sections ; our countrymen, we 10 Men's Buckle Courgu't'ss..3.75

    chee river we wi r? surprised to ]learn that 4 Krai;--'j; ;the-IjitiiUvlllo a Journal,' mean, who have something; ;io lose, who 5 Men's\ Buckle Oxfords..3.54) Commission; Merchants,
    ownproper1, ( }', who h.iVe" families or 10 4 Well] Calf Bnlins.
    all !tI.p| low lands are ,oI'tIIIt1wl1 and greatdamage t Ttie Specter of c'h'iI '1i 'aI'.
    friends] who are just recover iurg, it maybe 20 do Boys and 'nuths' Boots .1.5
    has resulted to the crops, on thai It ouaht, tint I lo I lio dlsgnlocd] fiom t iliecountry'thai ( the misfortunes of the .
    .. torn past, or 10 Misses Balms, . . ... 1.50
    I nucimtu. Tho (present stand, cotton: h is thfaiim anil cbaMij (lI'C'PI'' who have ui'pl over new mnde graves ; 50 don. Ladies Lasting Gaiters, 2 to 4.50 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.

    very poor, on accmint of infeiior seed (if civil war i is risii.n Indistinctly viable! I let them pause nnd demand of thin (politi-t tI.
    nliove the liii iZJlII of American poliiics.Ve .- airs a seitlpniPiit of our troubles while April 3, 1SI5. 3m
    and it can 'noi lie improved {,pcnu ,e of \ tiller tIre], :n>ti" of wi.rniH2' and! we" d.i. pl'acefullleLLll'nHnt is possible, apd I, efore MEN'S HATS.

    tie! |rnioasibiliiy| of procuring''a further i il: I"IIP) profound\ co/iviclion/ I lint titer the next': Pt esiil'n List election j''andifyioae )

    t,.IIPPY'I.IB'[) ] > reports then h as' this, froir is a, necessity 'ror if.\ \ye'j hrt'ilh!jl .behind i \ : politicians" will I lIot. heal' and! net 00 cases Men's Black &nd Colored] Hats, )IACIIINEIt Y DEIorr !

    II hi.I"_ ; ."ocuee river aie doubly diaV to III't') our eyes against so"painful aiid, liml, end! the strife while they can and! $12 to $21 dozen.
    .. r. nIl fill a Inrli.\ if t'.ereby' it C"iild' be may and ought., then let the p ople rise

    ,.' :c4' I ..V voided. (I' \11 that I Is not tire wny lo avert up I in Iheir might ill Ihe ballot-box; arid 1 SAW MILLS, GRIST'MILLS; ,
    ) >---- --- .
    : ; cnlamilies- is.llie to iuviie them hurl from GROCERIES.
    "
    .' Any power any :tn III.ane't'I'J'! man
    'I<)ISSIBLB'T > TIn Lx f." 'jfofe'than ai'.d to he unpi r PJ(rated for them II lu'u I lliey! who persists, from wl'ntever motive or Wood) ( Working Machinery

    sick/'Veary and fare-worn we werejnt come, il is time I hi- cot'iitiv weiealarmed with I whatever pretense, in j,tohnan( di in g i Ihe 50 Bass Rio Coffee . . 30 SAWS, D EL' I.X(}, &c. &0.

    wordering, in our sanctum yesterday ], and for; intelliofnl, and jie celoviiig illll'l"1al\i"ICt'[ of this country auil lire :23 Bui lels Crushed Sugar, . :20

    '' ] and pallio'ic! : men 1,0 upen their lives, the property, arid tIle rights of all 300 Bad el]' }Flour. '. .'. . . $1200 WOOD & MANN'S
    what <101\1.' we nhould,! take II hen in, the curl of the
    to glow-moving cuts ,
    eyes cili/.eu.s. 200 Bbl>. Ciackers Soda, Milk, Sugar CELEBRATE: )
    came a prescription( with the cninpli"ftnc'nf wide, dark fathomless sea thitl roils I toihe --- : and Wine, '

    'of'C'.S.' &. 'Co.-oW. -ct 'tht" veiy frightful piecipice; nhead. In i noother .' fiq ARFfl'ACES.: 25' Bbs! While Wine Vinegar, Portable Steam Engines
    1- > .1 terrible he
    cleverest and most deseivjnj! (inns 'in wayt con the plungi -...., Irf.OOO JlM.UockPutas.il, I
    aroidi'd. We iniisJ .'\I'nkf tn, the peitis: Miirrluil: Fllntk'i' Enst: FMrldu\ on'the'Jluttilt. : 2.)' cases. Sardines: ?. . . j S 8.00(
    TaltahiasseSnni: .. eho 'Vr other they that hiiiTOuinl nx, UI'I't.. 'a I'.s inevi t a I'ly! liy thu Kfv, J< H.iin.lion QUill!>)', Mr., JUHV ',,.0'. !c.ases Ballimoie I/ Oysters. .. . 1200 4i"
    seem to consult rtwyiorfy'e tahte, to, anticipate I loft, and beyond the (power of redemption, IT. i.nrea: to Mlnfl ISABELLA MM yotuiifrflt' unlit;liter 50 wises i'mlt Peaches, . 1000 '-

    everytgdy'it wants, and to flllItltruodf's as a "republican eovernnieiijft.: J r,..i no tt'iii'titi.FESTIVAL or Uiu. lute Quit. Jfupjuniln JluptiluA, 111\( ofC )100 boxes,)Srtap,,." '. ... ..'. 121
    man \Vho has I the I'oini, nut ilMincis I r t and 1 !60 boxes Adamantine Caudles, 28fiG
    memorandums, with just what ..
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    -- -
    endowment* of 11111111 irillo! I", view of boxes Haii-ins . . . 0.00'M'J
    they antfi.: :It was exactly ao, with that the possibilily nf'4'civilaf] The Duke W ,!1 vex!itLcmt1\1t1 boxes Raisins . . . 3.50)

    bottle of "Cherry Brandy ,'" yesterday, 'Ic( Well ngton has uil' :,!niiaj) olhleinporal r 10Q i boxes Raisins, . . 1.80
    from URICUL'OW, SPIL'IBR & Co. Calaniitiei ip u'civiiix.'ill\ Etittp ------ ::.:. .

    'Oiii wine glass full, produced "the d.,- aie, as hotbiug! : 'cimparel, wiMi'tliis .* II Axit s--- Winos and Liquors.
    other evils are tolorubleiu umpuflaon. .-
    'sipert, l'ct" as indicated, .in the accompanying In'a country do Vast; as ouf, If civil war

    , P ] "dii l ecion;j" But we have had 1 should break out there is Jill Ir man ken 100 .Barrels] Old Continental

    I the desired effect"/ repeated several i that can mea-.tife1ts t duration, or penoirate WhUkey-. . . . $-5 00 gal.
    its awful blackness, or cast, its consequences A.Tr Tr1F: : I' A1I .fOL 50 hbl'! Pure Old\ life Whiskey -

    "times, since the:! .' '. i 4: .. .,. .. :. . .4 00
    .. JI1. ladles of Ith', Kplocbpnt' OhnrchresncctJL 4
    25 bids Old Cabi.iot Whiskey 51) 4c
    The 11'111'111' have just passed Ihrnujh: fullv Inform tIne publiu liiutihura will bo u = ;* I
    The Consecrated Day. though technically a civil war, was, in its FI.II'allll! tUuCupltol: 25' bbls Old J.B.(0 years old,) 7.00
    main characleiislics, na'tional.! Theie 10 t bbls Brandy! ,? ... . .. 7 00 '
    Throughout the South .l'sterdaJ..lhe2qLh : was no division of neighborhoods\ involving Wednesday Evening, May 2, 6 4 hills Cognac, 1850;; t 9 00 '

    ; of t\pril-wns 9n eclated a day &a- conflicts of arms fire, and I Fur tho of repairing the Church and ',5 i bbls Pinet CaMilllon, .*. 12 (00(

    'cred to the memory'of the Confederatedead. slaugter, in the Nyrlh, and Ih re was: no tieiuitlfylni purnono the Cemetery '1'hoIAdlo. tout gun.tlc'ineu 1 0 Bairels Holland Gin, ; .
    ,? All ,over, onr land, by mutual con- :ouch divisioil i 1:1': the South.) Tim \\j drest I of TulliihitHMoa and vicinity are respect 10 t Casks !Sherry: . . :3 { 0 FIUW EOt'Jl TO VI1k'ti'-1IOR 0M'1'I
    Kent, the ladies of the'JSontli met to strewflowers : fully unkod to loud tlielr aiBleiauce, ', old 5 00
    J ( ,
    kind look 10 )
    of ihU very
    to ,
    approach anything crfintV
    'nwt
    nml
    1, ISBrt. It havf tins oldt'st hir cM, '
    of their M.iy \TK
    upon the graves sons, I pi ice Missouri; \ and in Ea--t Tennessee, I 100 cases Sherry, 100 cases Madeira IIe'oVork.. In the cuolILr)', uni/'itruclln IIIBIII .
    brothershusbands, and lends, II wherever and III those States the hOl rots of he war THOMAS HAYWARD 50 cases Porti500, oases Claret. &) cases I BfnelurliiK 1'urtnlilu> Knuiiii': OurVi"Kinemru.,
    'tho'e graves were accessible.\ 50 "by '..xp.rl.lOW conci'dcd ti bo tlio, buhl npparatu
    thn The civil Sillery Impevial Champagne pasesGayuiond
    wet t' most appaling, war
    to lliupuhllc.
    pi'uduitod
    of lidS vcr
    iludcriptluti ;
    '. Let the day liereafter be h..llsacrpd in we speak of as threaten n our eyes, land observed throughout! coining .
    .
    of thiscjiitn'ry-intliejiupst) : remote futureis ---i-
    time, in honor of those who fell fighting one II! hose .hadoli s would pat over TALLAHASSEE,; t Adaptel to Every Purpose Who'ro

    for what they i conceived, to, be' thr every State, city, and village from Nova OX THE JUST.SIDE 3WXROK; STREET, REHU\ WINES. Power is Required !I. '

    rights'and privileges of their native whereonour seci-) Scotia 't $ the Rocky Moiu'ilalns, and .:qpp?>sl/o/ p\y.pW.Bt t h.O.jjIIIA 100 cases Deidesheiiner Auslese, 50 cases Mo.llinn Sizes\ oonaianlly on hand; or furnlahadon
    'tlon. Le It be an an, iversary
    ( ,
    which po.ssjbly might cover tliejr loiiu.'yptaks : Forester Traminer.50 cases! Forester churl noituo. .
    > mother;, and .bisters, stud wives shall j and beitle! ow.11111)! tllpirciticslopts. VK rec lcd for tula.a small lit cholcq Kirchensliick, 50 cases .\If<,mhaler. oorlptlve Clroulurjvllh! price (11.IooIUII 'on

    beet to decorate the last resting places of It is Imps quite"probable unr ; ... Wino Bifteni appttouilun. Kl.VSliy.
    pel 50 Cases 001ISTOOK:
    WhpW Tloirrhoh1 Old 1
    their sons, brothers and husbands, and to OM dnd'Kyo' ilsfc r;
    thai persons who I lead llxjie lines irrayreceive (!niiiiic Brnnily. Old Sherry, Madeira und ChirtlVlne 50 CR I1S' Stomnch Bitters, 1M tiny (ttvett "$' avruaati, Uepr ia.
    lament tlieh'so'di'' Jatf'. We may not hopeto the suggestion of the )possibility I \ .-l>y the caRe only.K. 25 Cases' Lemon Syrup, March 27. lSdfl. ", Om
    see Bplen'did .n>au>olvums rite up allover of such a calamity as we i'eler to with aDIrH'I't'duOIl 8. & Go's Mittcre; Cook Till! nd Mint Julop; 50 Cases Rose Cordial, ". .
    our land, gJittel'inllaorr; ously] in thn sneer. So multitudes! of I HuldroChninpaineP., fc Q'.)-by thocnauon'y.Uyji 200 Cases'jiohlaini Cordial MACKY. BEATTIE & CO.
    Schnapps
    ,
    iuii| Wncirt Wbt.koy'-i5ythe b"'I'I'I|
    in honor'of -'those who fought to ,
    sun, d I tbe notes of
    !
    well-ineaning1m8n.ecei\J! 400 Cases 12.00
    iiie JIu old'Rye Whiskey, '
    I IIl1.voIUanY Debts l)
    achieve Southern Independence ; but we that has ( : BBIPPIKQ AXD, GK.XHIlAI.
    behold and warning to tire war just l closed.jiersony I of totii ulilii'linBn1 would tjo tfi-atlfloiUUi know 200 Cases very oM: HyeAVhlsky, 18.50 .
    "woman in all\ her love
    may 8omtiy both Nurilr '"4 South, who cun ur will uuy me nuj'thjqi Call and ci'sIce 50( Cases Brandy, I'mrt Custillion; .
    jweetnesi! and purity, meet, around their 'jjokeif and speercd Hn 18iW( ( npd; in the :mil I II JAB B-h.it y" nun t 4'Mf It U but 25 60 Cases' Cognac. o. ,1:' ti>, Commission" Mer hits
    grave, and will flowers. and teal's reverencing ] and tijaeifeij even ci'-.ls In, the dollar, I shall be content. I i ,
    pleading\ year Jokeit tfNOTICE. '"n' -00.1' n 1 i
    their'' memory, and' hallowing: their J uirll2S[ .
    .
    up-td the' very moiAent whtfnlheiufpnnrous Malt HII, rACTUEi ', ,
    last i piling place ; from those for whom volume leajied forth: as from the Tl'I' II'luors.'H.' '

    80 much' was sacrificed, and with a cheerfulnes mouth of hell.: 'Not a few of them, ttlas] I qIsslts. HEIll
    'aiid luianimiiy the"'world never ]long since .mteied ,tb ir: la.t mockery] .kI. AgiiuU Uo truiwupt Imnlni'O f Vefore wiLressadlep&ou1d not .)>11 eX- uttered their last ''triviality- over events of In my abctnae. T I. BKUNAltP, 100 Cases BrownSwut,; ,,!,,.1., I
    pected. : In 'the ladies 'of the South it is I Aicont Southern Exii't and Imp't Co. 100 Canes !Champae; Cidfjr.. iO3 ana S'QS HAY feTRl'JKT.
    had .
    %which they no discernment until they '. April.& 1866. if / ,, '
    and I la \ __ ___ .
    peculiarly\ ecoeiflg ind/eil a cause came upon them:' -. ..Allottho.gooiU: will sell at Nv NAVANXA1I, iOHGIA ,

    worth; it elitistiug' -Uri ir n/ok active sym .'We inter, we repeat the 'distinct, note -- : NOTICE.v. York quotatioii8i) | I'ov.CASlI\ ( !,,. ," I .' --J_ ." I ,

    pathies. .. of waruing now,' In "thin month of Api'lland BTOCKHOI-HEIW lit. tin. I''nollcoll\ 'l' ;hAnd
    Urw
    I |I': ( > ff fniHE I r"1 ittt' 'ito lotil retail / ANTL Y on a unortment of
    "No nobler cause than this of thine1' Yt'flit peac's'and I"racefjfl't: now L lund Gnotvin Kail Kja.trt-fcfldrtllcj-lihiiltheir: r I" l/" ,. pda I "> at. Ul/* .; \ l Kino Old Rye, Kourhan and \\ heN( WbikUei, ,
    Rcxulur Wocuiit Inkcn place nl thu Hiil!' of the | Gin., o.-. "
    May woman's heart engage / while the power is yet in the hands of the (.Otfl prtI)',, 01, NOI19a\fh! 14th vt dUe\' next. .l! .iK*. incite on oon"l/nm"nll" of
    : J!
    ..,, She -jxxprouder place to \viii\ people who must all snrVer to an extent r.lC."FJ.Aqa1Berr.t rr I rroduceto MIOKT BiiTTK Co., l'y tUedotptnIe.Mirct27158Ib. ,
    \ On Fame's immortal uajff vi m-1 '; j ,'hicb ti" pen can, describe Pf, tongue; tell| ol"'ij UI&8V.n'( l'I.'.!, Ip h'hl"llL ; <'f, March b, 186$3 :t t'j I ..1 t" ,





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    mri tittItt" tntittr1. U Mild Ala tliAt Udltor editor;: hue sold a peculiar. w'T I If.J g. i Rift

    of prying into other people' business Andw.
    .
    'W-' ; are aoinpi'llnl lo confess to a sell)), \('hi//* ,

    "BY ,8HOBER. &- OLIVER.. In Chicago! we had aVIenir to ire Ji.let, NEW GOODS Direct Trade with ,Europe !S
    .1'-:::=- _' :_ .=- ;;;;;.- and Fill on the oar foe that purpono.Titung .- --

    'J.'.1\.14 tAl I At3!:1.1G.ro I through the mliliila\ car wo coulJ SOUTHERN
    STOVE WORKS
    ,-- see oo vacant scat, and wn obliged to put -

    Tuesday Morning, May 1, 1806. up with part of one, with a fellow paen- EXPORT AND IIPOftT I
    Ibe .t..re. Ue wa '
    per, near 1I1'1I/IJ'tInl'Y
    .._ .. .
    Ytr the Sentinel., l.I.lum. -" about thirty years of age, ind had a largo Nos. 230 and 2 Water street.IM"n PRATORIUS &; CLAM,

    oUW blanket thrown I l-xwply over hilatNuhlt' o o :avac: ::P ja. N -y .
    '*. Un I the opposite' side Kit a stout, Bekmwi. Bt"'fland Feck Blip,

    robust fellow' wllh dark hair amid quick, intelligent addition to Hiclr Agent already there,the
    "T C'. r, c. cyr, who turned them upon us HEW YORK.. IERCIIANT TAILORS IN ., ixport and Import Company will
    Bi-KNAllD
    end to Europe Mr. J1' who wilt
    for moment, and seemed to read our very with relorcnoe to this toetlou.
    how sadly the nl hl.wlnd go apeolal
    Badly, moant,
    thought than sank hack his "Mat and
    upon WATSOX SAKPnUD, rmMetat.
    A. the winter blunt
    sweep by, r.'rll111I1I1"1\ and future in what appearml JOAN TKUSIAMV .. rVts'l" anti T asurv.r. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Goods, Wares, &o.
    Solemn, how column It* dying ton.., ,I, I- E'1I:nlTRY, Superlnttndiini Workr.
    to be a sound sleep.'e then turnetlto A* tt In oontcmplntod to freight a ve.Bel for St.
    At it murmuro swan ", s alsh.Soon our neighbor' and asked how far he wa SAIL a UTTEtt, Beoretary. Mark, a rare opportunity In presented to Merchants .
    how ""'II will\ its volco bo gooo, and Planter of obtaining good at let*
    down the road. Ht
    lit mournful I tplrh ,1"111I'11| going replied : Bola manufacturer ofSanford's than New York wholesale price. At the Company
    "To Joli.t.1
    Hut lo.g, how lung will birntli alone! 'Hare friends! there V"No \\TK .N! now rp elvlnit n tine assortment of from the are Factories able to ,make they are their enabled purchase to deliver direct
    a The wail I oftho brv>kru-heart f but you I hare any some ommeiul- Challenge Heaters KLOTUS, CASSIMERES, t"ES7'lNGS good at reduced rate Inasmuch however, aa
    I strong orders of Ibis kind should be Bled two month
    8a.h.)\ .". sadlr. Ibo itrlvVen deer, aliens heart. a prominent man in Chicago.h ." MAMMOTH HEATERS, LINEN GOODS ahead, Merchant desiring to lay In a cheap stock
    1'1'11 for her lU-vlinn bt nthlng( and Furnishing Goods Strict attention will be given
    how fkintl.T ululti the fir, "Uooorder Van Burtn. COSMOPOLITE PARLOR RADIATORS, soon to the pructliuble.smallest order..
    Her tmvAO,, u they sink in dHthSoon "luJreJ glad to hear it," vf continued. Couaiitlnj, In part, of the following :
    how toon will o">mo rrliof, "\\'Iallilljllo( tied (ante mends at Jolirt, CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES, Fine Black Blue and Brown Brondclothi; AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY ,

    To the. (hrbbiuij. rIll....*' M.rtSu.McHtr yon, perhaps| will IHI of service." hack Donkln Fancy Spring! C..lmcruj; By the tariff of 1865, Agricultural Machinery _
    how uJJnl, ant brief, "Anything I can do for you, I will1 he BEACON LIGHT RANGES, lilue Ulnrk Flaun and Colored I., Black Itnllun Drip. d'Ete Cloths; : l I. adm Itt.d free / duly. Stationary and Portable I J

    Hut /i>uckVhiti *; Engine used fur Agricultural( purposes come '
    under this else and be obtained Wand 40
    like that inil .. Linen *, may
    ( \ Colored and Fancy Drilling I
    "How do Intend remain and Heating Stores Black and Brown Silk\ Mixed Coatlngi; per cent, cheaper than those made North.
    8< Jly, how sadly the widowed bird long you to It Cooking and '.bite Mnraclllpt I I.
    Jolirtt" .\Vrd. Fancy : Laborers and House Servant 1
    her I
    Utters plilutivo cryFecbly we nervously Adapted. to all part of the worM. Blnck Silk Velvet and Bilk Ventlnpi; ,
    how ftvlOy I is *vhoViih stmrroel, "Well the recorder, tatting into con,ideratiou White, Brown and Ruff Linen Shirts; Special' attention will\ be given to the procurement -
    \ her ..''''mil minstMlfj ) my youth, sent me for t>vo voars and -A Lao Linen and Taper Collars, Lisle Threat; of Servants and Laborer, only such being
    Long, how louj if .Uvilli ilrforr f M half lo learn time lapidary' trade, and a* Cotton and Merino Half How, elected as furnish Unionists of good character.As ,
    Merino
    Flue Cotton and Gauze Uuder.bluPiFin. ; Bernard In Uavllla ,
    Mr. will have
    \\'hv come not the archer' dart tix you ire one of those prying yankees, poking STOVE HOLLOW WARE .. Linen, Fine Jeans; desirable that all order should early be left with him ,(,
    1:1: ,n, low ." "n the wish 1 is heard, your nose luto everybody businnn, and Cotton Flannel and Merino Codeublrt'i; before that time. '1
    -AND-
    Hot act far the br.koi>-h* rl. If you had got your just decent, you would Hllndllort'blef.Lisle Thiead Berlin, Black and and Kid Fancy Gloves bilk: Tie For further particulars, or for clrrnlai' containing .R
    have \been there long :' UNION STOVE POLISH. coil of European article., apply to y
    ago and Cravats; I
    1{. F. FLOYD, President, 4
    Sadly, how Mdlr the' .",1." flower, The cheritTwoke from feigned Wp and 't''yi. J'. SLL'SSEII, Agent. i-urpcmlen, Cashmere Orershlrti: Jacksonville Fla.
    tIu JroojHsl* gentle hotJSoon -- bunt into of in which he Alto a fine ......rlm.ot of J, T. BERNARD I 'JIl
    a roar laughter, Tall..b........, .Vaivh !::1. ISML 9m Agent
    how peon from, its native bower, \'fuj"inoJ! by the other pas.enjr Wear MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS' Tallahassee Fla. M
    Hu it* flrfjirano and hautj*et,- \>... from our titling posture cat one bewildered PHILADELPHIAOIL ;, March :P, 1866. 6w I ]

    Rut lone, how long! will be lilt hy', !gage on the funny criminal, thenat Sprint and Snmmer Clothing !

    Ere the '|1"\ ltr', hoisted! art, the roaring p.***nger*, and, like a sweet PAINT AND VARNISH mh27 tf XewOl'leans\paJacblcola i

    Cn recall to 111* the withered dower, gs..l1, (1) nni.hftl. lh. IClatl. ;..+

    Or restore the hrokviihearl.LV WORKS.SPEAR and St. Iarks.

    J.... ",..'1IiyIU\% :. April S3, lS6c. The correspondent of the Boston Cam WHOLESALED RETAIL

    4' menial, while, on hi* war from Boston to Regular Semi-Monthly Packet. .

    UI.'j 1.01. Wahlngton, witnessed the following in..1.dtnl > STORE.G.V.&A.H.SC01T&CO..
    & BONAFFON
    which illustrate the difference between tHE STEAXBHIPJ
    'V fag DEAN Of CA\t'tal'ar.

    theory and purl) : ,aarr.crrttsu or _

    I know not if the dark or bright "While this politic.il economist ira in .

    Shall S* my toe the height! i>f his argument, the car filled: rF
    lflht teheretu myhop* delight: up, and erery pair of trail were taken ex.cpt PARAFFINE OILS \
    rte I b C"I w not respectfully inform oar fends that we
    two directly opposite me Upon seat WE..
    now receiving -
    It uv bo mine to drat for .\uu In each cf thrse were two political philan- Machinery, Lubricating,Wool, noon, :- ,

    'lttvl'a l heart: chain thropists. Their .legs were thrown over Gas and Lard Oils
    ; A LARGE STOCK OP
    Or day and night "iy meat be INn, the vacant seat beside each of them, although L St :I: Ia-;

    Ou bed! of three or four were tndirg. One of theta PITCH RCCFING CEMENT' PARAFFINF \'ARNlS"
    [tarn.lVr RICHARD ROACH Commander
    ,
    ws loud! in his prates'atiotts of the ocial
    fi**. mar mtrouoj uiy hearth and civil equality of all men. The negro I SPRING ANn; SUMMER[ T\ILL leave St. .'[
    With smiles and! ijlo* ; would soon get bit ri bll. For his part he WAGO.GREASE, the 101 and 15ih, M the arrival of r'touchug ,
    \l'a'\OlIlo..1.': the :M and Mth, ami
    Or m y I ,1..1.1Ut.\ and mirth hid DO tyntpathy with tin** who would de- (po.-nllump! lit'm| l leave Saw O'lesns,'

    U. .4raog, 1mI!. price him of them. Now one of the asnd- Whit Lead and Colors! of All Kinds, GOODS &. Mark on the 6h and 23-l at I A. )(.. load
    it.r at Apalachlrola uo the KXb ana nth, and q
    wa* k ookirvd and be,
    log
    pas.aua-en man
    My hark U wa'I ted to Ibo strand! l leaving same da)*. .-
    By breath divine hearing such word of good cheer turnedto Lao BCALIM IS
    j At Iht old nand in Tapahaw; were* *. AGENTS.:
    the ardent defender of the right cf h'jrace art
    \ad oa th* balm l tht>r. tests i a Hand! .
    prepared customers ith all kndl"! .
    \Ibft' than and! ...i.l. "T\ U et does n'"t af.peer I; appy .4. rulin, s' A/wki,
    ( mine t Rosin Southern Pitch VV. G. Potria ft' COL, AJlftI.cbl..la.1'to.T .
    to be enttyed ; I will occupy it," and heal I *' BOOT, 1S3 Grmtr,., S.w Orle.n*.
    )... who hat known in storm> to Mil down. Put our advocate .for equality, : II ILLCMIXATIXG (OILS BEXZIXE:: ., *.. Fashionable Goods April 7,1566. .f-\ Jm
    I hit oo l>.....rJ ; rove in higH! dud..vou : he xN-rned to reply :'lid,

    A.n>Tf Ot* ra-'n{ of the ",*'. and went sad iek a ***t beside h':. whit 403 SOUTH DELAWARE AVE3TUBPHILADELPHIA. : I SADDIjnls1
    1 bur my Loot.H frWnd. So much i>r "r-r.a.hiD.l. end .o Grenadines and Organdies. -

    hsxMa: OM with U>, Ulk!).. tcmi:*. touch KH ptaiiooe.: '' I MUSLINS AND PRINTS Harness and Cat4ESTABLISHMENT
    __ ,
    Salt not &U ; .Vireh !4. 153*_

    If sharp, U* short ; if Kin;, Hi* light A weld'rj took pace in this city WI LACE MA-NTELS I Ib
    H* bMUfvn ail. 1I'ffk. which .bN'J c o>ofiBciB; proof that!: Hodgkiss Scott & Co ,
    al! the money had rot been spent yet Thebide j ,
    Nr. l j the laj j-- aKf to the 11.1.n. Mss Andre the-rws ... COLLARS. AND SETTS
    I wi. a ; a i iWa.'ker.
    .oJ i> this ; The ride TM dressed m white. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

    .AN then wit Hin r hard I is hJ..aJ. NUll. ,/eevmnrv sad point tsar rail. The NO.S OLD SLIP. NEW YORK. I .T" ]11" received a larreaasr yi.
    ,. Far data blase.21.re mart wl o. x!>,coi..i til got0en''emea'
    intemtutf ., s part TV..*. 1t. H*.!f klw, UW ef Haattoa BrvttiMn, !
    hay father ptaoed tea ooatboosaaddoC.atj :
    ; lUIliaior*. GROCERIES and Ladle Saddle,
    Frcc Ious ban Uublrs. oerne:2s. sad she WM trrwoted, oo her G. \\, SAXI,of Era of Q. \TScw& A C<\,Ta:Ss- F\o.rl\DNe sod Sir '\o Bar_,
    w.aald it IN peas. y.a U pick n' I seddis j day with c1ytwaStirs cf h iaweaett Bridle, Collar: and Whip, *
    I H. I',o+. etnt of 11v:t' k F.a ::, las- daidi. CMbt.
    f ICt 'h"C.parta. .10p4 -l .4.\s adF'H'io. ;:&j MrsI M.vk. This it eoesadered, in- ttki;*. ..n.W' BOOTS AND SHOES, Sot' dirif* of m deaefptieaLeaLerof
    ... "te'ser II vo.t }pass aloe. j the I IICt'HC .!ft'Ii.' ..-.<* Voj "se rjii.." by MUral tat.hr .. I 6.1'colt.. ra af Q.v.. Soott *; Cstl -. I all kinds,rr

    tit..\>ajl \.a W4 fuel R.;pr ues : waved\ mega. sav are reneCr l ia a.t I Iuait ta, asae, F.a HAW AXD c\rs.jOLOTHING, Tranetlics acheI. and Tram
    aevth tae gS msel\.no1" asa : ; gsstt ty ,f ra fi:a raa-s, tsALye. I 8add and UanxM Bardvare,
    ether. Ui.. da ;v.:a: -tl.'II r"MoJ the sic: a3 kis-i ./ Carriage Tnmming.,
    1M N ywt w t By : sd $ e.-rtsr's-X r Emu.TttereFiau. I Ir. WIIjOIII aDd &tj Hubs,
    J"Wlw.J.. merit coeds u rya lets: j SOUTHERN FEODUCE But--u l'ba'o4- t roke* and Kln.
    slwt flew sr, treep.aears sal wo ct.eav.a rtiri eef evosl e is Az: aa.I &prnsyCARRIAGES

    w*. ie3 IJoCU ).,. 1.Clia .-.: ; << ,. Di--' *f v-its"uva! t iYA fri'DtOts are Sl hrb b.u1 s ; aMh J"UI .s aM H.ra.eo': oft : 7.2" A T2 T A a tp

    gasi Jet eire vac.. Arai ma. that tt'o :-1+se u..I et. .esmre, Ht by neDH' t nOL'thlt mi PlanutitB Coeds AND !t"troID Jot

    S 3tdiaas.s3s3aa>tQirera.IyssS. '.- wa.k has Laa v bean dss.r.d i. CROCKERY,
    .44 the KM uJ lejs.c.rd 'j-1 t1see Wares, IlIpltJIanLMACHINERY "'fr1 &o..rirt1oa."aeIIIM .
    aD's
    La Xtr ift., the c bas titt _.f 1eC'M'.k.aat Loss t=oe IZWf( !'N" irV.tfJ _fci order sad Pna.iiu 4a. wits

    caws esa.rri h ti* aside, sa.l the Faec>th ii v\s taws gat at tvoid. foWlrSrTUaM1: aid HaveSEX **
    t tte : .( tht
    f'o."tl oiutcifnae fecit S sprat ayirl
    *1e 1>G :
    rant.' caste, l",.? ..v.',, Lai stss3as ie1.eeattl"loge tTs tiie i.i.1 j the wig;) water. fi",... I : ; : et:c. 4c. Jtc &0. iAC111ES.i.. E FURDT.

    Tea .w feet Lgyeewhoa.ve >{ it ssh a aces Fes which ms ate-tie. X.tlu Curw*: Ok., Jf,w Tert. TaHahawe Oct. ..-tfBLACKSMJTHING

    s spun n-as p.s.w a1 o. move fj, sal kc>{ tie eau *f a a"W itmt fL I J.L *.ve.Gr. .,6*, AT IRE
    i Rasa C7voa. }(, 'Ctt..Aa.: .
    eUe lay, mdse yva 'aI ph.lw1 a !
    *a.vtijttf. TVe 'very friS W- qi .IIi' _t_Rot Yaw
    Gs.
    a.. v eterissa# ;-..sit. TV*U-tK ski* rte ...... I. So 7..a. Y__ s> LOWEST CASH PRICES !
    sat orsxS.ii tatsr; Le i-nxt ;r ... I J*. \Taess.1.I1ssep.IDe: A.us. .... H. B. :FITTS & CO.

    k'.u K w a j as: ha Ywe rsfe.'esa.s .h ...t H -bo.t or.a ti. Gr-ui TrishI I Rq, twaw3eSt .ate Esat .t Psa a. .
    Harnr. a&S 1. !
    r : e et a Mooch of onr be*** m crow jreyarej to extccU
    : tre.w Sae nwiv ssrc.l a nui oN lie tst3: she.t .. 'Lr.. ,"- Eo Hta vtao m. If i Jr. Is*. CwaJ tow Tack w. ao reoo rar 4 to furui n Go -e e- sd .Aiwa tar "Ue*. hat dacha[ lSasrY TV Pi' m,mv.ait .3 kiaii* a air tsaedtr, oa the horts.i leil vas
    bIasasa ti-sf i lie COM WiT&Ka,_\cs If"" BLACXSMrrHETQla
    A C5-ILtttU--.a rst1asa.eewan aria:. i* o.-e U* uli ,. he r&s ext en li*
    tb* test malaise u4 M low mj -
    ; saettaiera: d the iN >i.oI.-t- &oN >
    aa.4ae 1.'CNo'i. -
    w at its tunasa4ewdSmear U* rest cot ptr.ai, *cwill WoK '
    I CASH ADVANCES ; i.BBST 1u.
    maat ei)L.-i'M aa1aar 'l IIut )trels v sal ar }? -.uJ. tb.e au by the JULIAN BETTON, tare .roamed ,t. HfTic>oa at suss ol Ile

    .-. ter 'V"-tolI: !. tae t). e1Esra, sta.'s teat -t.'C"t is J'fl Ices w the Claus IIBt
    the ax.hers.( the in ee-ptamea:' the ,,voceaLet.55 sssn-s' ,L f h .aleif. : t MATS OX COTTOX SHIPPED W : SMITHS IN THE STATE.

    eLy. .w..' +s we,-t a Gtv iarioel jtltwma, .ii lie Rda sal ssaatsteet mtllf tlN.. ots. Sht>es and Leather, l"b.\H whet ma1 favor' u wII tett paucaaie

    + a t.a"ritrR sat a.7e.rdZj the 3as cior el tae aae3.Its.3 TALLAHASSEE. FLA. will W" ,.araat..t. snore satf.fsctiaa.
    i; Hodgkiss Scott & Co. *' !I..a -.i1 ofP..n. th Ras c.H!_.
    the iuises .
    ewes weta n j ?.8t. a.1 jtf<-tf
    rtnt Dewt .
    l I f, --n. Fa .ahnemt sf tn. ra-bal aat. tae : ; a> rarest tcMca ii the rmLSj tl )awed i t aL Xavrth. State Bamk.as.S E!I NEW YORK.

    t Sot iN.-ces s wv the h1 sI eef tiwwH htaEsiia, w. a.. f, the tErjhufs.j was ..eaua NOTICE.

    A wits .ayvt.et t-.. l'- ;. t .. eatairMc ofA seisoe; the fcUk un hamasses_ */ '"''' I I .T. A I I Ta aarre.YLS.1 at, 1d. AUKXAXPSR OALLIB
    1I
    t faae..s w L. teyleeer c4"rls sea by Suet ta tttfii: *** k to bards rf .Mattf I -- ...-- 3raa .el.

    :.: : sas eera&Z zx. b )Lawrttd,. si* ax Tl. ivat: &e.e seta *** hot UmSTABLES P. B. BEOEAWS ,I YAtXXTISK JCJOnSSOX.i .}
    wa, she gsiti a iota aM .ae taeae< trhzo.ttse li vniitiife rf tvjvr 'all lfs{tit Ira v ufc s.sjctstt I \mi'CD' sworn 10" us) S'I.

    k.s t.tcr i. ass sect ,caasewusil y ifd tat w ae I'aItot tic rr.W.eeIoz.. m a ire .d v tvslaat ai aa: lI &,.. tstesa eI .R

    ._ JkA&* .k !MI...t.+a h+.r w the ,lives.:,: p. IA Za t3.a.t QU1XCT, FLA.EUL t aN","..u.. <1 ac.I swiid tn*arptaZ! at Ue"aoms.asmst.t""" we Ia W ftty the d

    B* s3'fIIl'-l List .tnt Z a. au .\I-.l. ateuonmst, asi i i t.1or"l ar''r; LIVERY AXD SALETALLAHASSEE l"' sow T e y. 11.wsEa, ew u..Noo1 i

    lfI she l'-w ta1t t.eeasst kssiI.A Y-.14.YI.J".IM4Sa\r-i! > 'h *=., ,ri
    +a a'4Ast't. 'o-.I itt3eeassat I H.A. b 1" I Jtt4dxeat .tU N fT,a t j LfttX

    .t viral : I f'1N ),f.. rrets p. grr I' IOlt'1 ::r 3 aej tae. rra.uain at the ruff .sons Is t++3aa.seer STE.VBI-ES. AIM\oCtI.H.,FISHES u. F-*.

    awe a twaCauraM *4.rte I Case[; sil.uttr, tN ci geves. fa Dot drt.'t .u c-. Le roc* 'IIIf- mr vi. t 'asl a-sw.. a. Cka kwvta., F.bswy 1.,1.i,9L teal: wtaa
    twraxeei ..... a.ty ettw.u.L *t tor k: .L I sword ewer stb.a avast.. sat thisbet ,.*. .r.le.care pins mew -y 1..t..a i.s isE FLA,
    i .mug Ill' tx.ta5. Belt o ba I taws hr reetiom.t the raw J'-.ct ko: S- tie Yam TdtaLTL2oLL.c d 'trt t a gt. PLOUGHS AD'PLOUGH

    say _.uareww.to.h.Cmes s t.cus.heeM.i oet.-.ilo.-& 4Ru.oea, Iff 3amt IWzt z .u.t3 TOO Y$

    Sal hiew i t ..nsv,y .Hirt A.. be+s.ltf .nz..('t5 a d'eet p+nestai fcsasl .1 Vf.l'Ir Feeletvti .. SID LETTSS FT?.ATS, ICI+s l3 UP I IRON.

    ad3acas.i.et jrt.aeuwLa. 1 fiv.ettesLhn.S.w.5 e5, .{: w3I wweg arse t8es.sa.t -
    et em.. shl rnt.lttlltd for Xtatness No 11. tOaa3 05 no
    a a esaal. betc..ltsy T1ere Carriages and Harness I .aaJ. U..UMt u.ai SiUi!..
    -i. "b'ee1 16. a 7; Z'itraja ett. u..aoemais IN a e Nt axmtJ! ts3LS.m -t sae Nlb SJ" tleQeea e lit tees wU e livxi.Fo .
    ..-.-- rr"J tee. : ..., l.L. "t I"else eravaj1 a l n..CY ex ts CO LQLi., FOR SALE I u.* at

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