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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 5, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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m i.ttf JU %ddi.n J I }&hanmt f btrtiStJ\ttntfl\ :: '" nir.' Sc\Vnrtf's Speech.. 'Cure for the Cliolcm. rAn Swapping Babies.: .," .

SubjoIned] wo give some of the Important effectual euro for the cholera line, it Lapt 'wee a strange woman,, with an infant '

ESTABLISHED 1833. > points of Secretary Seward's admirable appears been discovered. Mr.: Workefiold in her arms, entered a house in Boston /

( .. IN' ) :: "' sp'ccLh not fully reportod' the telegramsfrom surgeon 'at Cul1iatIIiClds) says : .It is. nile d. and asked leave to stay awhile, as she ,"
PUBLISHED SAVANNAH- V; ) \ *r leas now to enter, on the theory of this practice was weak ant\ tired. She was asked for -
New ,York :, 'I ,'which on sound data, hns'' been suggested something stimulating, saying that.she had. I,
Tuesday; Thursday Saturday. Thero was, ho said"l11 ''difference of opinion by Dr.'Stephens ; but,'suffice it to recently] been confined. The lady of,tho :

..,.. - --' STEM; BARMY that reveals itself too clearly between say,'that eiperience has nnsuncd me of its house went to' get a 'glass of ale for the

'l'UItJUS--Cnsh in Advance., the executive administration the President efficacy and value) : After premising that stranger, and' on returning found that her,
and the legislative councillors,.of the upwards of ono hundred eases, more.or l bas,! own infant, which she' hud left asleep in
For Annum-tbreo times a week..:.......$0 00 nation The President oil\ is have occurred in that the cradle had been taken. '
ha wo ace n malignant, prison, awayand a
67 69 AND 71 :BAY STREET.' ;
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man of decided conviction! i j" the, legislativeleaders with tho loss only of seventy (the lint, four liegro baby left In its stead. Nothing has ,.
Do. do, onoeaweek---------. ........ 2 00 .: G.AUIDDLE'fON r if we mAY judge from their ,resolutions prior to the ''Bdoplion of .tho treatment) I been, heard of the woman since, and! ,the \ I
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KF"ThoBo rates put tho 'Sentinel" within the nrp trying to decide, not,to' comoido; shall, at,once describe i affair creates great excitement, among the .
reach of every man In tho.!State.: with him in opinion; .,They have appealed ;The usual taro must ho taken to promote parties 'interested.-Exchange."

to us, outsiders, ns we are, to pronounce between warmth by friction-hot, dry; flannels Too bad t I' How could any woman BO I.

RATES OF ADVEICTISINC them. hot water bottles to the feet, mustard poul< far forgot herselfas' to leave Itnigger.bab, ,
; STEAKS & Co. Mr. Seward proceeded wits a happy iI lice lo the chest and other parts of the body in a white family in Boston 1 And Jet it I
TO SB PAID ron is ADVANCE :; lu"trslion i of tho'situation derived from the' BlTei.ted by Cramp ; but the main reliance is all right. Boston is the heaven for nig-

'One nriuaro, (12 Nonp..rolillnes,)or less,'fur the PROPaJE'T.'ORS.. : : : play of the "Nervous' Mon and the Man of upon the following powder, to he administered get s. Massachusetts is the elysium] for the "

first Insertion.......................... >$1 00 Nerve," The marriage thy} had secretly every hour in half tumbler' of cold dear cherubs. A nigger baby is not'' so

Eaoll subsequent Insertion ............... 75 EEEP ON BAND AT WUOLRSALB ALL KINDS' planner between; their children had been water, namely .' darbonate 'of 'soda, hnlf'a bad after all. Boston would swap the
Katato and Legal Notices to bo charged effected clandestinely by the latter througha draihin ; common ealts, 20 grains ; oxyinu- Goddess of Liberty off for a thick-lipped i

the sumo as transient advortlnamcnte, BISCUIT CRACKERS OAKES runaway,match* but ''the, nervous man irate of potash, 7 grnins.Ilowovor wench, and of course it would 'be glad to ,

;. oxcopt Notice of Dlsmleslon ns AdminIstrator -' ,. was inconsol.iblo since; though having' his irritable the stomach may bo, change white babies for black ones 1 'Tis I
forwhloh the charge shall bo.. 18 00 own way he had not his own way of having the common seidliti powder, or effervescent true, 'tis' pity, and pity 'tis, 'tlbjtrue.! Let
) Obituary Notices, Tributes of Respect and Mar Fresh Baked and. Kiln DrledmlllIo;, it. soda draught, will, in mOAt cases, quiet it, the nig. bub. bo oared for. Name him after k

rll goB charged as advertisements.A "Both hove, pot 'the Union restored as but when it will retain nothing in quantity, Beast Butler, Potash Anna, or Sumner, /
EXPRESSLY, they,originally planned il should be. They a teaspoonful of the carbonate of soda shouldbe who went to France to have4his back bono

--- !havo got it restored, not with slavery, but dissolved in half a tumbler of water, and! scraped down ins.oad of 'strengthened up ,
J\fttJtihmn i1XJ1ti Army, Navy, I Shipping, Steamboats, without it : not with secession, flagrant or given in such quantities as the stomach of Teach it to follow the example of Butler,' "
\ latent, but without it j r not witlrcompensa-- the patient can retain,, from a teaspoonful Sumner and Anna' Dickinson-blind it a
GROCERS, SALOONS &C. &C. lion for emancipation, but without it j;{ not upward, until tnei I stomach la sufficiently cradle in Flannel' Hall, km it for its mother J

with compromise, but without it ; not withdisloyal settled to receive the powders.1 and tell the traitors all around you that ,
,. J. PEELER, States or representatives, but with The success of the treatment, which in a child is given unto Boston I IVe shouldnot

:'ATTOREY' loyal States and representatives ; not ,with : many cases has been perfectly surprising, wonder if !Massachusetts should by' law ,
AT LAW; N. B.-Orders Prom-pUri CarefullyPut rebel debts, but' without them ;; not with exemption induces me to hope it may bo extensively attempt to make out thaI it is of divine' origin

TALL A IIASSE ,-)FLORIDA. 1 from our .own debts for suppressing adopted. In cases of cholera, however, the and worship its advent as the comingof
and Delivered.March
Up the rebellion, but with equal liabilities upon most unceasing wa'ohfulness und attention tho Messiah God bless the littlo nig-
Office up Stairs over the State Bank.'J.TEii1' \ with the is baby I Let it be adopted in of the
27, 1500. 8m tho rebels and tho loyal men ; not to patient requiihd. gar place
) I hour from 0 a: m. to 1 1', in.,.and : boat load of white ] oft' the
from 2 to fi m. freedmen and refugees abandoned to Buffering The extreme thirst of the patient while poor girls sent to
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lotnbur 2" -Om and prosecution, but with the freedmen suffering under the malignant/ form of the Pacifio.i Waddle It and, swaddle it, for
DRUGS DRUGS ,! employed in productive, self sustaining industry disease was.relieved, and! great benefit ex great is Massachusetts and the nigger i is its

EDVYIN ,A. ART, with refugees under tho protectionof II perienced by soda water or seltzer water m I'ropho&-La Grotto (Wt .) Democrat- ,

WHOLESALE AND BET/AIL.. law and orderThe man of nerves sees ,, a common drink, in quantities not exceed
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ATTORNEY: AT LAW that it has come out right at ]last, and he ing a wine glass; full at a time. The 'Text.
as. accepts tho situation. tie does not' forget The Tunes ,s)'s : We insert this account '
'. MADISON' FLA.. that in this troublous world] of ours the mostto because wo have mado inquiries into A pious! oldlady who was too unwell to

LARGEST STOCK. be secured by' anybody is to have thingscome the statements which it contains, .ahd find' attend meeting, used to scud hor thickheaded
WITT/pr circe In the; Courts( '0'1'"A.4Middle out right."' Nobody] can ever expect'to there is no exaggeration. t' I husband church to find oat the>
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Circuit. f, tlic. have them out' in his The account. of tho successful text the preacher selected as tho foundation
Pebrunrv 15,1800 ,. :47-T I In State of Georgia. brought altogether applicn-i t
own way. The nervous men, on the olher tion of the saline treatment has been offi- of his discourse. Tho poor dunce vTaw .
Band, hesitate, delay, debate and agonizenot -= cially transmitted to Tana. rarely fortunate enough to remember the 1
W. .H WHITHER ',- words of the text En 'the and .
or ev
because it has not come out right, but chapter ;
becuuse'they ,have individually had ROMANCE OF Tile COLD SNAP.-Tho Chicago verse whore they could be found ; but ono .
ATTORNEY
AT ,iAW, DRUGS Atcilicima MEDICINES, nnd IVrlutnuifos.Trusses Chemicals. their own way in bringing it to that happy' Tribune tells a story of the recent Sabbath he ran homo in hot haste, informed -

IADISOSFLORIDi.: Suitcloil::! '( c Inntmmentd, ljo Stuffs, I tenninaugn:' cold snap that has a tinge of romance., A his wife that, ho could repeat everyword
TUE'COUHTS Fln\oring Extract.,,&'\, &.0. 'There never t was and never can bo ItnyBuce'e.sful pair of youthful lovers from Indiana 'ran without missing syllable. The,,'1> ,.,
IrT.PRACTICEIN OF Solo A ont fonllulmbold's Extract of P.uchriand I.. '
words follows > .
were as :
',,: w' tho MIOdi, Giroult.2S SarA'tpm'tllii, '\ 1'l' JlnrllUon., Jnjno's process -fur'' I IM. restoration of away from homo during the absence of tho and
'' .&leo. ;IStf -\ Proparalioi\s\ Rosa*, Si/IXiinfnco Bitter[ andI'reparationa union and harmony among tho States, except girl's father, and went to: Chicago to.get "An angel came down from'Heaven; .
-- ___ Hootland's German Blttors.CIook's married. The father took a live coal from the altar. 'j i '
...,-...... ., the one with which tho President bus happened to bo in
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Preparations and Toilet ArUeleB,'V.II'B Strengthenlnu avowed himself salnfied. Grant it that th.* Chicago at the time, and got on the (rack Know every' replied the hum.,
.'.satmma. : 1rttti ttltents, ; Plustors and all other latent Medicines boo rebellion is dispersed, ended and exhausted of the fugitives, they escaping by, one'door band.
fore 'Ue tradp. -dead even at' the root-then it' follows of the Sherman House while he came in at ."I am noxious to ]hear 1t," continued the
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iiecoeirily that tho States sooner.. later the other. The pair got a sleigh and start' wifo. .1.' "' .
JOS. UOBEUTS, ALSO, must be organaf' d by loyal men in accord ed on the prairie towards Downer's Grove, "They are- nice words," observed the .,'

anco with theTtiiing'o! in our fundamentallaw l where they intended to find shelter and a husband.
,(tATB 07 OOLCHBUS, OA) The meet extensive and stack of "I am glad that Is improv- .
complete and that,' being an organized, they clergyman before the Void man" could your memory
Shipping Forwarding should como by loyal representatives and reach them. On the way the intense cold ing, "but don't keep me in suspense; my 8

PAINTS resume tho places in the family circle which, froze the pair into insensibility They were dear, sold she.
AND OKMBnA in a fit of caprice and pa.sion, they rebel- rescued by tho inmates of a house by tho' ''J,/ st get your big Bible and I will nay

Oils, VarnlubPii, French, Zinc\ Colors, ArllAts' liously vacated. All the rebel States but wayside, and a doctor summoned.< Froman the words, for I know them by heart I
COMMISSION.MERCHANT; find ralntvr'a Material be braid In eco- Texas the said them a bundled times' on my way.
any that Arid
lion of tko South, and at prices which msoIDTBLTDUrf Texas have done just thing expression dropped by young man homo." ,r, .
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>Savannah. G-eorsia. OOP 'I'rIOK.: 'I' is doing the same thing just' now as fist. whilst in a state of consciousness, the ,
as possible. The President is in harmonywith rescuers concluded the pair were man and "Well, lei's hear them .
PROVISIONS, FISH, GRAIN, HAT, &0., all the States that were in rebellion.! wife,and placed them in'one bbd, the doa- "Ahem !I" said he clearing his throat,
order, at all Unit's.:. GLASS "An ingun came down from New Haven
Every executive department and the j judicial tor enjoining strict quiet.and a total abstinence
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advances of Cotton ,
Liberal ou couiilgiiuioiita and took live colt by the tail and jerked
Wool, Lumber &o.' department are in operation, or are from conversation. Next morning
180tj.-, 1m Every variety of Glass, French I and German the father IIf the tracked tho him out heli liter.
April 21, Plate, Stained, Cut and Sky LIht Glass,single rapidly resuming the exercise of their functions enraged girl of onehalf'who attend
and double thickness.Pure Loyal representatives, more or less, fugitives to tho house, and a "scene"! cui The memory, .
thtWSintes whose sued in which horror and confusionwere church is very similar to tho above,
NEUFVILLE BUTLER & CO. from ,men loyalty maybe rage,
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French .tried by any ijonctitutioiial or legislative blended) The result was, however --- -

Brandies, test which will apply even to repieseutn- that a clergyman was sent for, and that L A method of coating wood with n varnish'
tives of tho States which have been loyal marriage look place immediately. hard us stono has been recently introduced

Wines and Whiskies throughout-aro now standing at the doors in Germany, The ingredients arc. forty..
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,WHOLESALE AND RETAIL of Congress, and have been standing there Da. JOHNSON, ON LEVELLING.-"Sir I parts of chalk, forty of rosin, forty of linseed '

t '* for three months past, asking to be admitted would no moro deprive a nobleman of his oil, to be melted together m'an iron.
> DEALERS IN For'Modlolnal purposes; nnd a lirgo supply of respect than of his I consider'myself One of the oxide of
other Liquors for general use. to seats which dnloynl representatives, in money. pot; part native copper
violence! of tho rights and duties of the as acting,: a part in the great system of and one of sulphuric acid are then to4
TXN v.A.R.E' Bruch Foucher & Co.'sOi3A.MPAGvEs. States, ns well ns the sovereignty: of.the society; and I do to others as I would have be added, after ,which tho composition is,1'
Union; had recklessly abandoned. These them do to me. I behave' to a nobleman as ready for use. It.is applied hot to the wood ;:a'

KITCHEN PARLOR AND OFFICE representatives, after a lapse of threo I should expect he would behave to me with a brush, in tho same way' as 'paint*
months, yetremain waiting outside the were I a nobleman and he Sam. Johnson.- and aa before observing\ becomes a exceedingly

'Solo Agenda of tho only trno Imprted Brands chamber, while: Congress passes law after "Sir, thero is one Mrs. Maoaulay in this !! hard on ,drying. '
In the country, vie: Curio U'Or, Lo| D'Or, nndSlltny law burden fur burden and duty town, a great republican. One day when I ,
S !'ei vms t f ,pronounced: by all couuolaaurs,! sunorlor. imposes I at her house, I on a grave countenance -
to any eroto&re (In'use, \| after duty upon the States which, thus was put CHLOROFORM FOR BEES.-A writer in
against their earnestly expressed desires, and 1 said to her, Madame, I am now The Maine Farmer, says :. '
Special Agent for the American Tlntago Company are left without representation Ida far as become a convert to your way of thinking.I I I Having had but little satisfaction and
AND ALL and amargo! Block of their cubbrated" California I can judge of human probabilities, I feel am convinced that all mankind are upon I much trouble in fumigating bees with puff

8 > / brands constantly on, hand. sure thst loyaf men from these now loyal an equal footing, nnd to give you an unquestionable ball, &e., I bethought me to try olerofoim _

:. Other Articles My epootnl arrangements with Uinufncturors Slates will, sooner or later, oat this sessionor proof, !Madame, that If I am in and shall never use anything/ else i in future.
.1' and Importors of tho North,and In luropo,war. at some oilier, by this Congress or some earnest, here is a very civil, well behaved I put about ten drops on a bit of rag, pushed
runt me In not only gnaranteelnx he absolute other, be received ,into the Legislature of fellow-citizen your footman | I desiro that it under the hive from behind, and in
IS THiHOUSEFURNISHING also Purity unable and Genuineness ma to sell any of my of eiitlifi the 1 above stock mentioned but the nation. When this,shall have been he'may be allowed to sit down and dine about five minutes the bees were all on the

J lines of goods; at firat cost prlew-In some done;the process of restoration will be complete with us. I thus, sir, showed her the absur bottom board. In this way I united two

BUSINESS Hues even. leas than- transportation ut j for that is all that now remains to be dity of their levelling doctrine. She has swarms moat successfully. k_ .
liked since Sir levellers .
done" never me your .
An examination of my prices will i qstala'theee/ like everybody down with -themselves-but '
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statements In every particular. they cannot bear levelling up to themselves] : "Martha, does thee love me ?, asked
The' Boston Post retorts upon some would all have under Quaker youth of one at whoso shrine his
some people
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.. FRESH GARDEN, SEEDS "smart" fellow in the' following manner : They'them. Why not then have some people heart's fondest feelings had been offured."Why .'-.
J 'The person who eent us a copy of the Bos- above them ?"Xttwttt. Seth," answered she, "we are coral
liT All orders promptly filled at the lowest *v. M.. WJILSII, ton dot with' 'jet"ads' written upon the .. manded to love one'another, are we not ?" I

I marke 'prioea. .I I margin,is requested! to inform us at what THE musicians in the orchestra of the "Ah, Martha I but dost thou regard PIe

S. E. Cor.Barnard It Krouel ton MsSAVANNAH stable he can be found Royal Opera of Paris lately struck for higher with that feeling the world calls V/'l:
April S,1860. 8m salaries. Instead of leaving their places hardly know what to.toll thee,' Sutb. I have
tam. The American Gardiner that hen ; triad bestow love on all I have
I ( says a they agreed to play pianissimo, so that to ; but'
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NOTICE.SIX & f. "will sit upon an oval brickbat as readily hardly a note' was audible, and the effect sometime. thought perhaps, tbat theo,wan
MONTHS after the first publication of fib 8, I860Administratrix's- as upon an egg." She must in suoh a case was laughable tnough. They obtained the getting more than! thy share." ,
.. notice., I will present my Account and fancy herself a brick-layer,-Louisvtlle advance demanded I I. '
of the *
Vouchers us Administrator estate of
Notice. '
'' Redden W. Parramore, late of Madison county. !! Journal. Miss Thomas in her 'novel, Walter GoIng -
j/ Florida,' deceased, to the Honorable Judge of SIX mouths after date I will pre e"l my ao- r A New Yorker says.a good chance for lays "women oars make: one another
', Probate of Madison county, Florida, and apply and vouchers as Adialnlatratia of the .
for a legal dluohargt from further administration estate of L. M. White, to the honorable edge of Why ia ama rriod man like a"candle? : an active man would be to sell fiue-tooth miserable in suoh iufiuilessimally small .
UpoI\. said .l8otS. i>roba.B of Leon couutj for a final setlement Because he gees out, at night',when he combs on the Third and Ninth avenue wayi, that a man oan rarely be brought '0oomprehllnil

Kant...... _,II"' ..8.y.ALEXAlDER a. .. '.., t1MITH law m; I I "and JRU ask 18,1806-ern for adiacharge..M' H ."IKHTE;iAwx; ought not to." '( ,' t ',: railroad cars. in that. city! ,how the, business i. managed.1'. :
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> : $tntinc1 An Important Commission, Good Words for / Mr. CtAitK I land,, ac. The I idlculous .
; They are so rare in the doubtless, procecdingi the ten .
Is that recently organized by order of statements 6f a ''reverend and (
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the War Department, and composed reproduce York paper; you have: more than assembled in ,Washington are thus tig.morously I

/ BY SHOBER &. OLIVER, Maj. Gen.'j. B. STHEDMSS' Ohio, and. do come that we I "Senator exhibited in "late '
culiar pleasure. We are reasons'for doing so : a. North _,
Brig Gen J, S, FOIIJERT'OJT, late of Missouri undertook to .
,. readers will agree with us i of New Hampshire, Exchange : '.
In the !
Cheapest Newspaper State
formerly Gen HoWAnn'fi Adjutant I conclusions arrived at I insolence to a brother Senator,for NITBO GLYCERINE.: Yesterday a haVt"Ir!( }

Tri-Weekly............ ............$0 Geceial.: This causnihslon nil 1 travel lowing bad been promptly chastised, dozen members of the Hump Congress Vdisplayed / ,, l.!

,.: SemiWeeklyWeekly : ............ .......... :1, over all of the lately rebellious States, i YOlk Chamber of Commerce: he It i '' their anxiety or) tho subject 61 I .

................................ j just and truthful : :\ ,' 'I do love my country. I Ibis new'
from Richmond to Texas, and it !Is charged insolence and in* explosive substance'and before y,
At a meeting of the New easy to see why tho week is out we shall doubtless' bavh I
with the duty of ascertaining the cxLent'ofyelief'afo ? '
: TALTjA.IIA.SSEK: : ber of Commerce on in tho Senate ate justified by report from! the Com,of Coniineice.aadaii

] :'(!ed to frecdmen, in the Opdvke, of the special \ emotion; but why that pas act of Congress prohibiting nianufac-:

Saturday Morning May 5 1863. past, the amount of assistance deemed whom was referred a petition emotion is stirred,! in this man tare or portation"'I'hpl'E' Is no Subject
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t necessary in the future, and as to the necessity papers, asking the Chamber He under Heavenfrom a man's religion to the
.--. the ize the President of tho breast, it is easy'to see. gets price of his gold and the cut of his trows-
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I' The News of the longer! continuance, Congress in fnvortif dollais a year for loving ers, which this Congress, Mill not under. ...'

i Southern States of the' institution known StateS lately in rebellion, as he is paid very heavy mileage I, take to "regulate" Doubtless.theythnt}
r Received tha Enstern Mail ;
by < yesterday as the Freedmen's But pau. Tints the precedent t6< their restoi his country he bags a express] companies !hav.e heard nothing of
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afternoon, reaches up to the 1st inst. whole social sys' em of the South, under Union, the acknowledgment loving for loving the late disastrous explosions of nitro-

There was' nothing of Bpeclal interest, the will bo under'reo gation to, pay the principal deal !of public plunder glyceiine/and do not kftow how to prereel
new regime, passed contracts
and as ]had made when of their'respective State ; his friends get fat their Interests, property] and( the
we our
up paper valuable information will
view and
much to the' lives
incurred prior lie loves his his nephew of their employees Doubtless too
country ; ,
the mail come. we did not, delay it to Insert probably be elicited in answering about, following iepot) : which :: hundred dollars njear as they think that no chemists iiI he Pin' ,

old Telegrams. such interrogations tis the following: and the committee discharged."That fteen Claims ptoypd by miners or tnuispoitatidn' comPanies \.
the voluntary of CLARK'S Colnmittee of ,
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t ,7 "Whether the civil.authorities endeavorto to investigate the qualities of ni-
TCi-I-graph vs.! Tcll-LIC- States since the suppression he loves his country ; his: son, tio-plycetlne! and the moans: of carrying!/:
arrest and punish those who wrong: or lion furnishes gratify.ni; (' twelve it Doubtless that
,. I'al.h. youth of lender age, gets safely they imagine !
abuse the freedmen, and if so whether interposition r.u the pal\ of local authorities Mill tiotthere protect the
he loVes ,
because .
We have a glorious announcement to dollars a year,
they generally succeed In punishing the Government i< needed! to publiii property till such Investigations
.'J make to our readers I The Telegraph is service, of suits] asked! for by your )'. Lives there a man with soul so have been m'ide.( Doubtless everybody
1 Whether the
an agentof
I' r.ow working beautifully, from Tallahas-- guilty "No one of the Slates who never to himself hath said, that I Is liable to carr)' nitro glycerine about ia

geeto New York A splendid new bat. the Freedmen's, Bureau is necessary to lion has shown any emoiiou is wOI'lhyof CLARK, lain pockets, and needs tobe( saved ('mid:
secure justice to Hid freed people and, if ate their liatii'Uiei: incurred!
; explosion' by stiingent prohibitory fcdetal '
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tery has been put in the office here, the being ennobling to his native
I the Bureau was removed, whether the, war. On the contrary, I. legislation.We .
s lines repaired, and, henceforward we will tl'eir have all a'ly acknowledged] would mugeit to llr. Waslibutto! \
civil authorities would
be in quick communication with the out protect and many of them have al -. IIH11lis committee: that they 'WIII\\>liie in

side world. rights 1 Also, whether in 'their opinion gaocd] in Ill''iJngvays and Of Course Not i their: act an older lo raise 'ail the, can-

the tcne and temper of the whites aiej pa' )ins' ofi the+ 'iccumulated Northern Press powder mills l !in the country, nuns' ,of
An arrangement has just been, concluded portion of the ,
improving toward the freed people, and |providing! tin the futurp ) which have exploded so fiequently and
between the Sentinel and the Telegraph and the reconstruction policy of "
terest( principal. to caused such loss ,of life and
if think the time is approaching' piopeityj.thai ;
Office here', by which, hereaftpnwe they : "Vour committee are inf JOUXSON, affect( the utmost they shut up -the shops of the pyratechnisls ', '
when tho control of the freed people maybe State ui Geoigia has deal in
who
hope to be able to furnish our read- ; for the popular speeches of the ( dfllairiations; abolish
safely] intiusled to them:"' the lso i e and sale of new matchmaking, and! ordain lint!: all
ers the telegrams of the Associated Press entire and they ate alluded, nut
; liquidate
to their their blastIng ,
In pursuance of these important investigations miners hall wet IHllL'lll'rallll !
from twenty-four to forty-eight honrs the payment, of which the undignified, and unbecoming his!, stay two miles lioin the blast till it.
the' Commission still\\\ take n
sooner. ban they now.reach us, by mail. I new bonds are to be applied. position( but sbme journals char- dries and explodes' ,\flertlliR act liu, *
dilleient course, altogether from that "The State of Florida! has :
that ''ridiculous mid passed' Coin;et SS a cnnstltutifliinl; amend-
In view of the fact until this r.es them as the :
t adopted by any 'similar, procedure It than this, in nsseitin in her meat piohibiiiua! the formation tf intiogn -
morning! no regular mail has been received tution, recently (i.dop'ed, a ;! otitawinss of a besotted Uy- .
will seek;;: collect infoi mation through end caiuomo, acid gas", and !intetdicii.g ;
either from the East, or the West, all the individual It, is claimed by them that they the itiipoi'tut ion or manutactme of

since Monday-and, in view of the fact i' every possible avenut', and will leave no cit'/ens existing prior to 'effect, whatever, unless it be all explosive sub.tancesalld the lady of
stone unturned to arrive at a fair and shall he hold as valid, !legal
would be aiiotuer muiunucut
that this is a standing fact-and in view 'I to the' President Of course\ 'chemistry, '
honest statement of facts Its labors them Other of these the ivibdom Ot the Uuiiip.
cf the fact that this standing fact is the such measures for resuming I yet, i it is a little singular! thft to
commenced in Richmond and one of the --=- ._- -+--
faction factotum of our, editorial complaints ; of interest on their bonds columns should he devoted to a

the above announcement is glori- first witnesses! questioned o-, the' subject the rebellion as their piesent <.1 iffoit,to counteract the influence Five btl: s of cotton opened, in )Lnwett

I I"" was :"a venerable dal key, in Joseph's fun pniietl l (edit, \\peimit. contained' !037 pounds. of! tuibl.
vis. Henceforward, the mail bags may honoiable: : 'pl'l1dllce I If they are power ..
Equally .-_
coat of colors, and no breeches or -
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many -
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lie in the hotel at Quincy, or anywhere been manifested by most of why anav; such siaantic, efforts

'. else, a week at a time ; and we will still hat to speak of, who, pausing! in i his. la of those States which are 111"1111 To evade their foce:, his to vniiqnn\1 .

bor of clearing among the debris of the made
\I be able to make the Tel e graph system .North for purchases invent slon- _
t are compelled.lo :::-== ::c
till Yankee the Few if of .- == == :
,
great [Ito to have a look at war. any
triumph over the Tell-Wo-graph. their the following, fom The Cincin Jf
; .. strangers, was accosted with the inquiry, to acknowledge JAB D, WESTGOTT, '
ptovide fur the futuiu ) : '
: Too Late. "]Yell, uncle, how ate you getting nhdr?; 1" ; '
(portion ot t U\t'us as 'their ot gun's of all that ,party, which ATSOEHEY AT LAW,
S Until we saw tho Floridian, yesterdayP. "Berry well, massa, bet rye well. P'enty; will allow. federate against, the Government .

S of work eh 1" "tt'ehlea, thele's: \\'Olk "In] view of these: Illll.lIi Johnson 4LLtll.1SSEh FLA.
calling Mr.
are
t. M., we were not aware that a Proclamation war, upon
for; then like to do if."- honorable, sent merits at si'h the bayonet. I In the builjiiii, oppnulto tho
had issued Excel' sure enough at: ;;: persl" !:, > Office Mumps
been his
by en'
:
the of both States Hid tnajSlfSCHOOLS.
: of A. Hopkins.
part ( himself .dictator by military" sHrl>
l'IJc cy, Qor. WALKER, accompanied by General "Well, dd you think, you fieedmen lan believed\ by your; : -

,. j{ Order No 28, from Gen. FOSTER, fet along without assistance "No, sa, action on (ha pat t of the : ] that j011lna] knows that no taper, I NOTICE 1.0 _,

\;,1''", announcing the "Jurisdiction of the I don't." Then you Iiink it is necessity men is called fur" k"I country North, or Sot t'l, of. a'' y ::J? L A r-r tr E s

;? Courts, insall cases restored" the Freedmen's Bureau should] continue1! Viio--y politican virvjs,. lips suggested anj .
The of WAtdTING
"Not !I" retimed the] step td President Johnson, and it
These tow by a sight
are highly interesting -.
papers
In a long and very ably equally tell that he never for, a
,:, the people of this State, and we are very : venerable 110.1 key, and withoutfuither ;, meditated such AVIKO ')Cin nppoiuti I'll' SupiTtntomlvnt i. ,
urging upon President Joux : any purpose n of l' .hllc tirti olsfir !!;ti a t,
_, '. sorry that we cannot give them to our loss of time resumed his shovelling.1A :: mediate and] unconditional in his ninny free and frank com- Freedmen In the Btnto 1'101'1ft"r"C.'T.,<':::4 1

readers in this i issue Our paper war almost report goes on to state! that] the' opinion : with all sorts of people, dis- III tho place of L. M. lloblw' 'c-.n'h-per 'dBV\'J.\t :
great chieftain- IFF ERSOS: obscure military and civil, BOOB ttlnlilnijTcnchcrii, and )
t ready to go to press, when we bad expressed by the aged darkey is that ere uixhiiiij; :;clidnt., will addrrsmu
Maury County, (Teiin.\ ) and black, he has never intimated through ,thou> 1'u.t CH)| i<; ,nd when present,
r!;>' .,; the first intimation, through the Florid- entertained by, the nhto.st unanimous that can be tortured into such will and Inc> nt the Mutboilit t Paiiintmtrp, In tlticilj. '

,?, ,ian, of the existence of such papers ; and population of that portion of the Sta'e of greater victory would bft, !'uction, E;, B.: iU\0.\N( .\ ,
Southern Hl3.lr FoperluteudcaLNOTE.
the hearts of the l ,
traveled the Commissionwe ( his enemies resort to clforges so
.' we can only make room for the following Virginia over by
was achieved over their ] absurd as this, to destiny his in-
might safely add, by seven eightsyes -
paragraph of the Proclamation. .
assured
and SIICRMA.V, and adds : ( the President may feel

z, Warm and cordial as it is, in its ext eight eights of the entire' 'population should he not bind '! strength, and pursue the' high and ADDISON F, SPILLElt,
of the South. "Why tenor ofhis unmoved by the I rrrstta J Attachment.
'j :: : pressions, it scarcely equals our appreciation meat; of which he i is the way, VALENTINE M. JOHNSON \

'''IfI k of the excellent' gentleman, impartial : We shall watch, with peculiar interestthe of the Southern people of th,,party" press in the. interest Amount sworn to $18.00

movements and developments of this hearts braver and '
e> 'u' officer, and pure patriot whom it so were riMIE Difumlnnt. and nil others interested are
important Commission and shall furnish -and among them all, IIrt'cl..inl'h1-c. J. hereby not Hied of the conmiancvnieiit of tide
::{ highly eulogises : Jolin C. betdnttoy
to tjc
noble ri'luriialiletoiiJuiitlcu'B Conit
one more more pure, milt,
/I. As Maj. Gen Foster has now practie our readers the ]result 0: their, investigations. than throbs in the bosom\ of ( Gen. Johrl C. Breckinviilse\,] is ftill olllco TaUnliiwivo, on the 13th day: of .Xu-:

cally relinquished all control over the' vi,. He i is but moitttl As all the lest of the Con gust next' under, and to"1'1"11'lnd hand mid]sent plea this Lu ttiennerOlvy.n 30th dny of
< raj
civil aff.) J's of the State, I deem it a [fitting ---.-- : disparagement to say that Generals are permitted to go to Apni, 160(1. C. .1[. FI-IIKH I I ,

occasion to express, in behalf of,tiie "Doy Cheap 1" faulty but among his faults i homes Hid wherever else they please, Kin3: .t\3m Junllco of. the IVacc.: ;

,.1,:" State, my high appreciation of the wisdom one, that does not lean to in Iheniiii'e, of equal justice and

": 1 justice, moderation and kindness The La Crosse Democrat! publishes the in the offence/ for w filch lie : in he ]kept;;: in banishment 1 What Pensacola and Georgia

Ij ': ', pith which he has exercised HIP functions name of a Wisconsin ]patriot \\'hoI'ellt to but shave with the entire thinlY l IAS lie done that all other Con-

;;J "' of his high command. Had he been the war,< and brought ]homo among oJierplunder" pIe It was not That he -/1I'et'M; / ,have, not done 1 1 What Ft113Ya1Z011:D.C .

chosen Kxecutive.of; the, people instead tor of Secession, that he eyed caiiied on war in a loftier ::::'!' W.iii""a [7.-.'.......... :rt"ic' :

h'f t'. .. .. of the Commanding Genoa! of a con a young negro. After keeping !ident of the Confederate of c'Svaliy and couU's)' than he, ) iUi-il %1 '{J'I'

i : t 'quering power, he could not have manifested the' daikey;;: at menial labor for some his lofty integrity, and ; ,ris'llters of war more consid:

A F ,' more solicitude]; for our wefare.: months, the nui'el Republican actually that uun him the au) inup.fuUv: :! 1 Who I is ii I that! hr 8 CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.

., ', swapped him off for a dog with another him the choice of the I tie| mind of the Administration .
; Cool, DcciiltMlly, tion was not of his seeking. Ink 1 "An enemy hath done, thi' .' 'raLL ssEe, AprillO, 18Cf.
I" Republican That's making tho negro and ufter this dull> too tnilim on the i'euta-
;, '. The statement contained in the leading as every Southern patriot < / / Journal./ ON .. stud Crtiorglu Ifnllroudlllrunduliyni. ,
"dog cheap Yes' But, as Bill Arp would Jo.ru'alls not alone in its surprise '
editorial] of a ]late number of tho New position assigned him. In follow. : ,
say, "there's no law agiu such things Jeffeisori Davis made for < lesui that Mr, Eieckinridge l] I is not EAtTW AnD. '

York Herald that "our great rebellion'had there I No need of a Fieednuu's Bureau of which, fifty years hence, '({ (to return to his home. The I"'n vo> Quincy at.-1 J._..".. 4.60 A, M.
developed the power of the Amel i. be proud. When all that (millions is with' him! in Ills Anlve ntTettlahnaseuitt0.35> ) "

can nation I Did you ever "Our great in Wisconsin !" carried their war-bom ilul painful exile, and his friends, Leave Leave> Tutlalmeeooat----------------MndlBon nt........lO.fiO 700, "..

rebellion," indeed If the Herald alludes I. udices to (lee grave- e m: tics IK legion! are ever repeating Arrive Luke City lit ,....... 2Uo 1'. If
( A Ural Excursion Cmlcd. after us, wMl see ]how lutes on, "Why Is this 1" Others as WESTWARD. '
( to the prodigious labors of that
paper' to aid less noble and
The the O'MAUONEV- task/ which he performed, ), magnanimous Lcfivo fake City at. 7.311.M.
war waged by
s get up the thing-to the immense profits the difficulties, trials and hI', tare received lull and complete Leave MaillMin ut._.1060 oarrive

and gains which its violent agitations secured Kiitiiu Fenians was brief, brilliant and underireot/and how '01' all oii'ences connected with Lenvo'Pnllaluteee nt TulliilmBeee ut........' 8.00 1 SO: I'"M.

to itself-then, !in this sense, we decisive .?" It nott turns out that there "-Unmovo< ( warwhile ha languishes in a foreign Arrive ulnCtj'llt at----------------...........:..... 460 "
KiJiing! fair the friends and familiar
UnBlmkon uuscduoeil. ,
than ;
were never more sixty engaged
persons ST MARKS TRAIN.
are perfectly willing to allow i it, the full lies bin iovc \ nU
in the exciting movements of Cam- loyalty ho kept, .hls ; ol old Kentucky Dome We trust Leave T lliihu.8oe at_. 7.30 A. M.
benefit of its possessory claims. Not 'Noramnbentorexareplowith!'., th day i is not distant when a more Arrive ut Ht. Walks at.. 9.00 "
.' otherwise: We bad thought po Bello Island] and there are the best' Though ij\luro fromtrulh|" orchaugo policy Hill be pursued, and Leave St. Marks ut_...........?.12.00 M .
that the single
'h will receive Arrlv..nt Talhihaeaee uj............. 1.30 P. M.Kidl'ilf .
of reasons for supposing that the grand permission to .
return
"great rebellion, appertained peculiarly England suffered an hour win\ bo given en the arriVnl; \

and exclusively to those who It movement was enteiprised to keep, up puison, and for centuries story Xevis.. of Ibo dim ut lladlnon for Dinner going from
got uf) .. and comlni this WilY
blush at mention of the I
the pecuniary current that has been pouring A line ol between Bnlnhrlilsannd
and carried it on ; and whatever of meritor I stager Quincy,
a parallel] situation, Irrepressible Conllict mid Dud Thom
its funds into the O'MAUOSET tre& Albany, between Monticello
Infamy may be associated with it, we i s. power today, to write a uavllle, will coi.ncct with the Indue.UOHKUT I
Hie white and
\\ en colored
troops WACKKB: '
are net willing to allow the appropriationof nry that shall glow, and rnaya-tf Ciun'l euperiiiteiideiit.> .
A and in &o the '1 in Chattanooga reached! most _
the one, or to escape the responsibilities new more imposing movement is coming years, as ; -- r"
en-fiom whence all culmination In that
of the other now proposed by General SWEESTET. mercy city about a NOTICE !
every Englishman:! may well -. 0, To such an extent had the
With half million of his
a cartridges I
The '"rebellion" tion 8TOCKHOLDEU3 of the rrnatiooU
was a tiff thing j and of Napoleon Bonaparte ] TIlE
fine that the Mayor of the city felt UoortrU tail Uoud are nodded 1 that their
friends assert that he will thrill the na, so if Andrew Johnson
while it has wasted and
impoverished us, issue Regular Mudllnn lube nluce Rt Ihe lla.l of tree
it has been a fat job for the IIeral J, and country with his wonderful achievements many acts of wisdom, with I / pon to his proclamation or- Company, on Monday, thel4th> of Jl/.u- next.APH1.4.SM. ,
of Mercy, American armed force P' "
before the second week;;: in May.Verront lIoU8 every g an discounte Aaa.B.cro.urVtMOT3CE.
many of its neighbors. But, beneficial pojut/ to it, as the noblest /and put down the "tendency to -

ns it,has beon to them, it does strike us, the Great Republic. '
animosity between the white and
----- .
a.s the most ridiculous sort of cool impu-
At a ball in I'aris, the other evening, the ,; Good women are the salt d soldiers"
idence to claim share in ; I1E1II & COLES are my duly an.
the
a "odium
Prince of St. Ella appeared asp: the Pies, sweet ones the sugar ; .... -I sI MHSSUS. Agents to trantmot bu lm'S8 for ins

which they ]have, labored to prove, resided in a robe covered with the pnges and titles pepper; biting ons the I ry Ward B5rvher 1 i. ov* fifty years In my, absence. 'J.', J. BEKNARD Co.
of dfveral satin the Agent Southern Eap't:: and Iinp't
in tile 'gi eat rebellion journals, primed cm ones vinegar. j-Fanny Per USO,
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I ecI1 (i JoIUUtti.) Tho following I Is a copy] of the writ directed Dash HEco 1 CI'e the' '.- Rccou.strnctioii QnUaflitSm!; Sbbtttist ttnls. .nt:1JGtltt\ it5., r ; *.

(to the Sheriff: ''J, CO :linitt c. r :....L.:3t: .;:;;1'-

i STATE OF NORTH',GIARO'LINAi J :, > 'Mack" a very amusing;'correspondentof THOMAS HAYArk. "

.. We beg to call attention to the law .To the Sheri/tf Walt WARE Comity COUSTT.' J ihe Cincinnati Commercial, writes that AT WHOLESALE Commission :SleroTALLAHAfS. r ':lt
Greeting.
'card of'' our young townsman: -Captain paper the followipg. 1 letter!. from Washington .' I h "
You are hereby commanded to take \ ; ,
JAMES D. WBSTCOTT.ACKKOWLBDOMESTS.. the body of Brevet Maj. Gen.. Tl1o II. :: ,' .SOHOONUR WM. B, MANN ON THE) EAST SIDE 0? LI_ 1f.)' l1'itE!'fop
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-.e. : Urtqeri, and him ell./ely.J.l'ep so that you 'The CommIttee t>ii Reconstruction still osita H1Y tOld .!toad,,;- '
.-We are' under have him before me forthwith, without persists l in stippi't'sslri' the most Import. Duo nt St /If.u-Iis landed with ----.I. .att.Y'.

bail or malnpiisej; at .the Court House, in ant testimony elicited before It. Dan Rice : TlAV. ',',p,el\"cd for .aloh tiunll. lot of cliol-b '
ninny obligations to Mr. Ui:! o. II. MEOIS- Raleigh. has recently been. on.a cf.cus tour I 1/tnnoi .

KISS for late N.' 0.\ papers j and to !Maj. Herein fail not, nod have you there and thioiigh the late rebelto"us! | Slates, and rBIM&& GOODS .Oopnno'OldVhent Brandy Bourbon, Old Sherry mid,tiro Madct"tfadd' tlhtslreyl'O; tlnrctWlno ; ,

ALLEN, .formate Philadelphia papers then this writ ; has.luid ol'IJllltnnlLlos Knch'ng ire afford- : .-.by tho epee oni" '
-.!_. 'Witness, Daniel G. Fawlo! Judge! Stipe-: cd, to few, lor observing U e con,lition of E. S. & Oo'll \Ulltem' Look Tall! en t IxlMJalopl, l
rior Court of Litll'It! Court House.1 in the Southern peoplo as to loyalty. His : O R U'td.toOhnmpegneC1'A O'l-1 V IboOMPeollll!' .)'
Ann'lvJTho'OCVCl'nlllE'ut llye and Whent hl.ltoy-l1)' tbo'Bii\ rol.
steamer, Raleigh, Ibis :28lh:? April, 18'CO. tesLmony( ; wIll he found to shot the true Meg
i iiavo bc'fcts rn'V
Governor, Marvin JAMES that In the South when the HcKibbin & Allen. IUnny
Copt. McKAT, (Signed!) DAN G. FOWLE'J. S. C. feeling\ exists
of long standing, Coil would hll !!'rnlot'er': 1 (fu knr-
arrived at St. Marks: from it. O.'yE'ste Which the: SherilTsubseiiuently returned thin crust of pretended loyally Is molted who can ur will! pup Tno aeythm.q( 1)1, ,,'id, a*.u
She will leave in away and true character is revealed to us mo, end t,\U inn what you run 1I'\-'lt., III''uto:
day, a day or two,' we with thft following endorsement: and the cxhilei'Ming Influences of a menngciit 1,000 pieces Spring Prints, Amorican, contain tho dollar, I.lu'U1.lUjcolllqtlt. .' .

presume for Ken West > when slamla in the Sprague, Phillip Allen's, Meirimac, : nnillOR r Itf
Executed the rule by serving a man ; limes
The Schooner Cdast Pilot, from New\' Maj. Gen. Rngor.:: .copy upon euce of. 1 Iho nntomcd forces of nature, &c., &c.. n . . .20o _, ,__ _, "lf!:"

York, i is discharging freight !at St. Marks The General declined producing the sppa'nled them. crl'om only by the thin 800 pieces Spring PeLaines, . .;?"0 J' SattamU\Q'\ ftrtistT'-'iM:'

body and refused to submit to an arrest, pin til ion'of an hoe cage.:; Mr. Rice, bo-, 200 pieces Lawns and Jaconets, 83o; --r.- >_-_-
-' and I was unable to make the same, bedause ing duly] swoin. testilied thus : 100 p's Plaid and Striped OrgandieSjGOo .
TBE MAYOR'S OODHT,-Was in session he was, in command of amiiitaiy, Q.,You have nn unruly animal, known 50 pil'CPSo7.amh; [ fjlIPs, . . 300 '
resteuLiy, we learn, investigating( ; several force too strong to be overcome by the As a pet miiie// with your circus, havo yo>ttsot' CO pieces Pl.iin(' stud PIt: Grenadine1.00 E. D; SCYTHE .& 'Sll
cases ( 1 10 bales t Brown Shining,. . 20o .
of violation of the Municipal;; puwet''of the: country. .
I. A, I have.Q. 0 bales t.' . 23 28th, 1866. IMPORT$ AND DEAtERS IS.CROCKERY
laws A friend has (promised to fnipishtts.a April 10 bales .1.4 . 25c; .
What are time Idiosyncrasies of that
(Signed) E: H..RAY, Sheriff.WheiQiipon : .'
report! of'tho items that engaged its I I the Counsel 1 of Major 00 beast 1 i 10 bales 4.4 (Applclpn A,) ... .. 28J ; '
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attention.. Whiskey (JI'omiiOlto contii- submitted a request that the Cleric be di.I A. lie is much given; (.o kicking: 5 bales] 4- I .( [

but largely: ] to our" local column; jud i I, reeLed'tu certify and transmit all Iho proceedings -' Q, It i is almost impossible to I ride hiin> 3 oases } Bleached" Sliirlina'" ,. .. 180Scases'i China't: Glass '
the is it not 1 . Zla'i : tind \Ware
in case to his Excellency; (
fug from the increased, and ever Increasing 44" Fme.liTc: ,
A. It is. generally offer $2> to any cases
the Governor, for such action thereon as I .
intoxication Clio 2 esses 4 4 ," i\ti: '11.321: t, J
disgracing Saloonsof he might decent advisable man who will tido him al\JuJllh.( n.ig.Q. .
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fROUGIITOM
109 STKSEl1
Tallahassee, 1'loe"Coiitt accordingly .'On your late fish to tho South did I ; .
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------ rt .-i ---- Ordered, That the papers in Ihls'CU p, you receive any offers to rill! that mule 1 n v'c '. "/,-'
w !" 'TE G..o.n( (NEAR DULL BTI\EKT,) .
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A. I did. ,
together with the opniuu'of: the Court, JsJL JL '
'XIILADIES
WILL know
,WJion they Q. State what occurred onjthe occa i .
be filed with the Clerk of the Superior ; :
.Tacon,.ts Tape Checks. Nainsook, Pcj: 1'L3.' "V.AI\7: '. G .
thai very recent, and reliable information; Court of Wake county who is hereby bloll1' t .u. c
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Mull Sivis ;Mull Dolled Muslins I' ;
A. In Richmond, a discharged Confederate Swiss "
from Maj. GEE, says ho is reduced to the directed certify and transmit to his .
1 Excellency; Jonathan Worth Governor of soldier: attempted tl! to'a hie him, but I Wliitrt, 'l'11I1f'tons'PIT l (tine, Biilhants, Table '.'
greatest straights for want of funds fro the State of Not th Carolina,, tianscrfpt was immediately tlJl own fiat on his [ acl,. Damasks, Itisli! Linen's.WHITE .
continue his expensive defense soldier\ FINE INVOICES OP,
they will of all the proceedings: of the Court in tins Q. What did the .Gqnfc cl ate / .
iu all they can; for his,relief. case, tli .t ho may tako such action in the say to this! \ .- >, AND COLOREDM1Zsquito '.r.WIIITE '
1 A. lie said t11\1 mulo was a' d -d GHANITE, >'t. ,
It been : he deem \ -
\has snlsf.ictoiily demonstratedthat promises as niiiy proper.The .( ..,. ,

we can not rely upon subscriptionlists Sentinel also contains the eviilenpo, Yankee Q. Did CIlS"any. olheis, : make tho attempt Nets Coitiiiion antI GbssY! ire'

or.vuluniniy con II i lb JLiuuS to nieev ,submitted the Commission on tho 20th A. Ainnher of Lee's veterans tried to '., ,

a sijdilen.nnd; pressing: emeigency. ult. It I i.s, Vubstantially!I to the effect of ride him, and lIcc, 'ded.. In Sloro unit to nrrlve,
What did, he 1 1 A LARGE LOT OF'CLOTHING ,
A festival! we think) would do it. 'Will that! published in our- last, and shows Q, say I '
A. He said alter he dismounted, that For Sale by the Invoices.
the ladies debut the question and!, in how malicious and mendacious has been iflie'd had a iegiuiei.t o' them fie cavalry Original

whatever plan they decide to be l lOstlI'aeLica the evidence, for the prosecution.. ho'd have, "hipped Kilpatiick ail to -

; iauntdiately; + como, to, the relief ---'--- smash ; and that. in the next war against .
the Yankees he intended to raise a brigade .
GOODS REPACKED FOIL COUNTRY TRADE.
of this noble hero, \\lii at any moment "
Barrels Full of "Evidence.:: of 'em.

would have freely sacrificed bi. life Cross-examined! by Jlr. Stephens ; < 20 cases: Women's Boots .. ... $1.50 i R ivnnnoh, April S, 18 6. 8m
fur tlmeme. Alluded to in [late loiter of our Wash Q. Is tint, a ho mule or a she mule.1 10" Jams) : . . 1.8": ".

---:...-...:. ingtun Conespondent, as haVing!; heen'col- A. It's a he mule. 10 Patent Tip .1. .. ? 2.00 TIIO3.!! HOtCOMBE. FUED. M. HULL.HOLCOMQE. .

'bnrtRuPTED.-'l'ho grand; Hay day lecled 113'; .Gell. HOLT, to prove, the complicity Q. You have monkeys in your. \ show, 30 Men's Brogans.1.T:

celebration of 'the freedmen, ; tie of CLAY, ,Uvvi-sJ: SADSDERS:! and have you hot : 10 Men's Fino Sowed Boot-.7.50
near A. I bile. : & co.
30 Dlen'shimeltalnml\, .. . .1!50 .
city, cm the 3d iIlSt.t.W'H: brought to a. others with the npsissiratirm" of Mr. Li.vCOLX Q. have yon Her heard any disloyal 10 Men's Ducklo Conrt'ss.3.75;;

sadden (initiation hy a binvyfell: if was characterized as "tr'l\ It." From I'e.llal'ks leUtion. t to those! monkeys ] 5 j\ fon's Buckle Oxfords, . .:3.50: ; .

vain, on Thur.si.u' 1', M. So; that the the following item'in a late New Yorkpapl'l' A. I vs ft say llui 1 1 have. 10 \Vi-Jl Cult Balms.
have heard said 23 and Youths' Boots.1.75 T1IOMSIIOLCOJ1BK:, KStJlrfLISUliD! LVlSOtJ .
Q. you ever anything;: pin Boys .
'cetemoiiies of Clowning the Queen, we should]. conclude] that the word .1 ( ..., _. .... ; .
ii their presence 1 10 ". Mhaeii Balms, . . . 1.50 r : -
.' wer.'lr I'f'rrf1d tl a. ",
t haL mJ'IiL WI hiivQ; ,lie.ud tlat I lie Slay[ "\Ir. Rogers of :New Jmey, one of the day.standing l in front of the cage, and I OLD STAND, .
r's joint members of the Iljqso CommMee on theluel'ciary heard 0110 of thorn siv: it looked like u ,
l are indebted to iihu Ball for vi8i
., who was not present' when Dr..l.ijjies i'ieedni.iiV: Bureau.Q. rvIE :j'B r; ATs. '
si me 1,1 the hus.ijtss IIJ/lt'ls IlCl11; )'1g .I li. Merritt and lIotI"; >i edith, us >. Ho A- was this remark received 1 '

Uie; r attest o.i., '-: published was ned, ci.lied him hi.. A. It.'ciliated! iii itch lau'ghtVr.. 00 cases :Men's Block md Colored Hats, BAY STREET. ,

-. '''' fore I he ofllc( 'al rep->i'ter and! wcuUluou Q. 1Vcro'them' I o any personal allusions! $19 to $':!-1 .ozen. ,

a must thuiungh. cross.examinaiinn of mado on iluit\ occasions. .
\ 1'IIAsK'l'Ife; ladieswho.; the ,
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gave tjns) gentleman t'. Someone\ \ ih the.ciend said, jiointiiii -
':.y .' FV>;:v.il urt\ 'Wednesday; venlnjj; ; CkI!. ,:May: ) It is said that the cross ox! niinatfot I to the ouraug outaug, "ThaV:. Sum- ,GROQEIlIES. B nS

or' lutain their sincere thanks. for.. t e, kn'id. boned that'his principal evidence was uel' "

and liberal assistance it'iuloied tlioin on void of triiih, .and that ho really knew Q. D'.d that please tin I I'yslandots'1 (50 Bins U id Codes, .. . . "0
nothing. conni'ciiiig. any (person with any A. Veryaiiuch. r : _:"i C'I.''''', Crushed Sugar.: . 2U
lliat'evwiing! ; transaction not recognized by the :liOO narlcls Flout.$1.00;
*' usagesof Q. Did'yrti. :> ever l Il'lal' r.ny ohserriation FORWARDING ANICommissloll' >
Which! furnishes the preface;. exactly, war. That his attemnt to connect Davis the lie 's1 '. 200 libU. Cuickeis, St1daUlk; Sugar -
ab"u4 .
Clay, Saunders: and( others with th.> and Wine 1
to what we wei r "ju\t goi.ig to say ; A. 1 heard It aid once about a one-
Thagentlcntcn of Tallaha.ssed who attended : assassination of Lincoln was a pme fabrication eyed !bear, thal, he 10oJ'fllike Den liiit- 2j; 13!lls. White Wine Vinegar; ,
as he admitted on his cross examination abonia' it to 10,000 Ih$. Rock Votasli, Icrcliants
IH',11.IId rI'ir.t.lilat ought
the Festival feel that grateful acknowrleclgpinonts that he sawor knew i.o act or bo called II/ V ade. ; i 25 cases Sii'dines! . . .28.00: 1 ,

onjlit:( to come from 1"0111- thing connecting the nbovo named per- Q. Weie tlie'iJomts of resemblance stated CO C SPS Battinioi., e Oysters,., . 1200
For, apart (,ruts the noble motives impell- soi's mm hh-it. One very" remaikablo fact f! .. 50 fuses Fresh .; 1000(

thereto was i-1'cited in his examination, ,wherein not. The ,0bS ioll 100 boxes Situp..i.' :. .. 12i !SAVANNAH: GEORGIA.April .
iiigflliein the "laJieslio A. They'wera rvI
gave .
he admitted that tlie Tecietaryof War, the eiutmbte with :200 boxes, Adtriianliup. Candles, US:
tile Festival on Wednesday evening"tie- Edwin i\I. Stanton; had paid: him ba'veunlive wits lel'eieniw mane: on, peihnp-i! (taut: to !the1,.ocular pl'e'dufonn''y .lit) boxes II!iMis, . .t. . ,I'0050J / 3, 1800. 3m

.serve the especial thanks of, all for pro \ and six thousand dollars IVy his Cervices i.il ; in the east\ of the uno-cyed uj'.iuml : ; boxes Railing: . ... . :j.O

viiling so pleasing a m>>ans of bringing: as a witness before the Military 100 i boxes Halting: . . 1 80 '
Gommission which: tried the cjnsinratois.tie : -- 1AC11INEI1Y y nl POT I
Have side shows with cil'jCIS"
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the| people\ together m social mteicouisi* made another admission! that, 'to makeup Q. you your and
'11 ladies little know the extent of good Wings Liquorf100 ;.
lie the sum paid to him by Mr.I: Suiiion; m A. I have. < ,

accomplished by their chaiinbla e1I iris. was Included) l over fourteen tidied? dollars Q. .State if you Ii.\ve: ever heard disloyal B-arris Old Continental SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,

"It is twice blem-il blesses, him that he had for I against book! accounts the 'penile anil! 'tC'anada claims which;1m- remaiks !in relations to them 1 ,' Whisker, .. ; ... . . $'i! 03: gal. Wofttl Working Jflacliincry-
anti him that A. I bolievo I heard! somcthinjof tlmkiic.l
gives; : takes. 00 bbh Pure, Old ll>'e Whiskey -
Wa know -of one poor little: ca re-worn, services to'them ho a(pretended physician."to have rendered once about Daniel in the .lion's den 1 .. . . ; .. i 00 SAWS, ISELTIN'O. & Q. Slate whitt it was ? 23: bbls O'd Cabinet Whiskey 511 '
half-sickfellow who was rescued from I WOO'D &' M! ANN'SCFLEBUATEJ
-----f..i'Il'he ---- 4. A yuuim\ lady asked me which was 25; bl>UO'iJ.B.(9yeaisoId) ( ,) 7 1)0)

'starvation there, and restore.! to liealLh.Uu.l 'A''s!!tt OutJi. Daniel! and which wai the lion. "}".. '10 4 bbs! luau. lie,. . . 7 00)( ) .

he scarcely knows ',' to credit; The i Q. What was your reply 1 5i bbls CoffiLie, 1830!; : 0 (Ml Portable Steam Engines
the happy change to the templing viands Congressional Judiciary; Committee A. I told her it was easy t'p'disiinguish 1 5 4 U>js TlilPt: Cnstilllon. 12! 00 "

ill to whom Has referred tho proposed Daniel from the licu'as, the foiuipfvoie 10 Rio rei'\ IWllaiul! .Out, ..

that bespread the elegant tables, or .modification of. (Test Oat, have' submitted n swallow-tail coat, and hud a'* cotton 10 t 0 sU> Slierry, .. . ... 3 .' 0
the far more attractive accompaniments umnela! under, his arm. 10 t'l'I' old,) ;5 00
1
that stood around. Iloie was feast indeed a t nnjoiUy !minority report Q, What did she say 1 IOU) casog hf'I'100 cases MdiUii.i, :,, r itI
speaking( of which, the New YOlk Worldof A. After .looking into fie cage she 50 eases rt;>rt, 500 cases Child. .7), ) ease f
fur every: eye. For 1//1' part, we time 21th "The said( spi'r;\ 'fully that 'D-intel looked r
says :, former qon.sti-: Tel) !Slurry: Iioiioi'ial Cliampamie, CO' cases
. .wanteu the Festival. to l last a year. If it Lutes an unanswerable argument against like a IIKUU Yaukue, and slim wished .the Kaymond: cto 1 CO case Star. /4p4I"

1 possible to organize a hoteliii 'Tallahassee lion would chaw: him up. ,
the perpetuation of the present true, nstitutional .
.
upon tho plan of the Festival, tee are r---- ---;---- /
and inl! one of its permanent boarders A.KEJUIIKAULE S'rOllY.-\ .-ritl'r"in
by the way, to which no self-iespecting Deidflhheimer Auslesc CO
lilackwouil'uMignzinu, who prultved 10 100 cases CUSPS -
GEEJust man, Noitberner or Southerner, can sub Lave been a Confederate ollk'er! tells u Poiester Tiamjiior, CO eases, foiusierKhchenstnck
FROM: MAJ. as we go to scribe. story inthiflabt number y{ that M.lgu"ine.1 CO cases Ad'enlhaler. I

press' Mr. 1J. II. GEE, passing Tallahassee, The substance of the majority which sounds 8Ulll01\ hut Munchuutioiiisli, 50; Cases,, Wino Bitters! t \
report, '
on the train, sends us copy of the Raleigh ubout a rebel soldier who Loll by his biJo.A 50 Cases Stomach Bitters,
aside from the artful
attempt therein had 2"k: Cases Lemon dyruptCO :
Sta'udard of the 30th ult Vuulvco bullet struck him hi the
) bovel'aldays made to connect the President with the middle, ( of the foreheal I, und he WitS regardej Cases'Rose Cordial,
later .than our last news from Raleigh the but :200! fuses ]Itoll.did Cordial Schnapps,
;advocacy of present 'test" on.th. niay as killed oughtright, In his fcnrpi'ise!, !
). A most able and elaborate argu. be succiently stated thus : he fouud''him a tow hours later, fighting; 400 Cases ('1,1 Rye Whiskey! ,.12.00: )
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FOWIE concludes with again :'I'ho writer of the article iicoounts MOO Cases very old Rye Whisky, 13.50
ment from Judge :
Tr'aitor ... traitor : i
traitor ,. for this jn these words : According: to the CO) CUBes Ul'andPillet Castillion, -

I this Order : treason . traitor ,.conspirator.. Eurjjeon': *' siMteuicnt, the hull striking CO Cases Coguuc. riuwr FOUR TO TIII1tTItII01Sl; SOWER. I

That an attachment in this cause issueagainst battlefields! odious .. .. loyal: . oblKjUbi', had glanced, passinhl'Lwuen -----.... ,
Brevet Maj. Gen. Thos. II. Roger;; the; cuticle and skull, 'till round tile headeincryiiitpat Malt Liquors \ TE! hevq the oldest, ItvrsfMj; nnd "inoifc coiiw
but that the same be accompanied tvith'a I loyal loyal..loyal.. .. treason Pluto! workB In rho country, eegngud In mini

copy of this rule] which is to operate as loyal conspirators. . loyal! . first mtCfod,last front the reru place it had 100 Casks Ale; '" "by nfuotiirhifr uxjiel'U urlnblo," now coiicueled Inhree.to(b tur? the'Ku'bust lnev up pro parntiK -,

fasts ucLions to the Sheriff not to serve the attempts to overthrow the go ter:.meat. .. COO Cases Htolcli! : Ale, uf tlie UMorlnilop tr jjct'i cutttd tu the
if Brevet Maj. Gen. Thos. II. Ruger I ---- 100 Cases Bro'wn, Stout, yub I lc.Adapte3.
same, _loyal treason. .. crime. .
i The Dumber stuijonts 100 Cases Champagne Cider. Every
shall forthwith, upon service of a copy of Washington :! to Ptir osa., 'hero
this rule upon him'cause the said JohnII. ti alter: .leading traitor .. .COPPERHEAD College, Virginia, hu recently been increased All of the goods IeViii sell. at New i Power is Required .

Gee to be brought before me, in obedience by lure;: udJitionsr Under the "wise York quotations for C.1ShI.'I'ositiit6li ] tinml
to the writ of habeas corpus, here. Those who have heard any Republicanspeech ] nianiigeiiiont of Gen. Hue it will toko tank 4 Wn.llum short node slzca cuimtuully i ou,' or furni bon "\
no goods sold at retail. t \I
tofore issued In this cause., with tho fist institutions of learning! in the Dracrlptlve Ctrcular.ltli price' list, sea" ejOOVtSTOCK espplloatlou l 1
delivered within the
DAN. G. FOWI.E, J. S, C. last fiveyears United btatt-s.: The students are not! from t '* ;

April 28th, 18 6.I. can readily fill up p''tho....blanks from Southern States alone, but niJii come ltcU..ih1in.C.h, )) l&l Ituy 'hij-cet, tiuvMiiuub& KlJfBK, Qy' e"tin.'. On 1

memory." from States north of thu Potuuiqe.; Tallahiisseo! March 5, 186(;. Jizrch 1T,166n, i
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: : :: The science of Kts$ing. J. anb' 1J iIit. ,bhtdistn# nts.# : S hl1utiStntt1\t5o# ; \# \tal1a! 1t55tt ".b bc tdistPuni# ts:

mrlttttlU $tutind.l People will kiss, yet not one in a hundred : t,.

: (knows how to extract bliss from lovely 1'ps: ,

.-/'f l / BY SHOBER '&. OLIVER. no more from than they charcoal know I hoV And to make yet It dmmonJfJ is. NATIONAL .t NEW GOODS !I Direct Trade with Europe!' 'f c

"" .' ". "** easy, at least for us 1 This little item is SOUTHERN t

i/ Cheapest; Newspaper In the State not alone for new beginners, out for the STOVE WORKS

many who go to it like hunting coons or --- :
I / Tri-.Weekly$0 First know whom
,'!I Semi-Weekly-............ ..:....... 4, shelling corn. you are EXPORT AND 1 IMPORT
kiss. make mistake
.'/'/ "\Veekly.-................... 2 to Don't' a ,although a 241 Water Street, 'PKATOKIUS & CLARK
mistake may be good. Don't Jump up likea Nos. 239 and : ,
C <> J.VJ: p ..A. N' 'Y". '
trout for a fly, and, smack a woman on and feck sap,
Between Beokman Street <
TALT..AHASSEE t_ the neck, on the ear, or' on the ,corner of ; "
addition to their Agents already there
her forehead, on the end of her nope, or NEW Vome.1 lljffi\ .Ml S Southern Export and Import Company,will tho

Saturday Morning, May 5, 1866. knock ,off her waterfall, or jerk her bonnet lend to Europe Mr. J. T. UEUNAKD, who will
ribbon, in haste to get through.. The gentleman go with special reference to this section. ")

should be o little the tallest. Heshould WATHON SANFORD"! rre,ldent.. TALLAHASSEE FLA.w Goods, Wares, &c. .
Church Scandal. have a clean face, a kind, eye, a JOHN TRTJSLOAV, Vice Fres't and Trxwmw.. '
mouth full of instead of tobacco.Don't J. L. SEAHUKY, Superintendent Work, >At It Ia contemplated] to freight a vessel for St.
i; That tall fellow's here to-day, expression, SAM. S: UTTER, Becrelnry. Marks, a rare opportunity Is presented to Merchants -
kiss everybody inoludmgnnsty little and Planters of
; obtaining goods at I less
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wonder what'shis
(. name J dogs, male or female. 'Don't sit down to it, than Now York wholesale price Aa the Comirany I
I His eyes are fixed onon our pew-L Eolo manufacturers of are ablo to moko.their purchnses direct ,
stand Need be anxious about of
not getting ; tine assortment
up. E are now receiving n
from the Factories, i
they arc enabled deliver
look
Do at Sally Dame. to
!: in a crowd. Two persons are enough Sanford's Challenge Heaters, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VEBTINGS goods at reduced rates. Inasmuch however, as
to corner and catch a kiss; more persons orders of this kind should bo flied two months
Who Is that lady dressed in green 1' spoil.the sport. Stand firm it non't hurt MAMMOTH HEATERS, LINEN GOODS, ahead. Merchants desiring to lay in a chenp stockof
Fall{
t Goods, should ;send
; It oan't be Mrs. in thenorders H
Leachb; after are used to it. Take the I Goods I IC ,
I There's Mrs. any you Clnthins and Furnishing soon as practicable BLt'lot attention will be given '
Jones cacon Gilea! left !hand of the young; lady in your I qOSMOPOLITB PARLOR :fADIATOIL4CHALLENGE to the smallest orders.AGRICULTURAL. ,
I wonder if he'll preach of the following '
Consisting part,
of
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j right; let your hat go to-any place out GES
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KITCHEN MACHINERY
glue nnd Drown Broadcloths ,
the throw the left hand gently over Finn Black, ;
1\ Lend mo your fan, it is so warm, the shoulder way; of the lady, and let the hand flack nine Flannels Doeskin, .Black Fancy Drllpd't Spring: : We both will BEACON LIGHT RANGES I admitted free !/ duty. .Stationary and Porta t
sit to prayer fall down upon the right side to-ward the ; Black nnd Colored Italian Cloths; ble Engines used for Agricultural :"
lilt j Mourning becomes the widow Amee1IowMary' belt. Don't be in a hurry, draw her gen- And n full assortment of White, Colored and Fancy Linen I>nok ; under this class, and may be obtained purposes 35 and como 40
: bonnet fares.] White, Colored and Fnncy Linen Drilllngi; than
to heart her bead will per cent cheaper those made North i
'.' tly, lovingly your ; and Heating Stores Black and Brown Silk Mixed Coatings; f
Cooking
fall lightly upon your shoulder-and a Nancy and White Marseilles,' Laborers and House Servants. "
:: Do look at Nancy Sloper's veil handsome ehoulder-strap it makes Don't Adapted to all ports of the world. Black 6Mk Velvet nnd Bilk Vestlngs; .
I>' It's full a breadth too wide ; be in a hurry send a little 'life dove your White, Brown nnd Buff Linen Shirts Special attention will bo given to the procure
Collars, Lisle! 'I'hren.ijCotton
Linen and Paper ;, mont of Servants and Laborers, only loch being'selected
:1 1 wonder if Susannah Ayers left arm and let it know its business. Her ALSO nnd Murlno Half Hose; us furnish testimonials good character

Appears to-day as bride ? left hand is in your right, let there be an Fine Cotton and Gauze< Merino Undershirt; As Mr. Bernard will leave enrly in May, it is
f expression to that, not like the grip of a STOVE HOLLOW WAREAND Vine Llnon FUuiicl, Flnp and Jeans Merino;; Cndcrehlrts, desirable tint all orders. 'should be left with him.
Cotton
tlmo.
before that
t Lord I what a voice Jano Rico has got I II' vice, the gentle clasp, full of electricity, Lisle Thread, Berlin and Kid GloNos; For further particulars, or for circulars containing t
I Oh how that organ: roars I thought and respect. Don't be in a hurry! UNION STOVE POLISH.1T3I. llandkerchlets, Blnek and,Fancy Silk Tics cost. of European articles, npply to
I' I'm glad .we've left the singer's seats- Her head lies carelessly on your shoulder! and Cravats R. F.' FLOYD, President;
Overshlrte
Aiient. Suspenders, Cishmero : Jacksonville,
P. SLUSSEH, Fin.
How hard Miss Johnson !
snores.
You are nearly heat) to heart I Look Also n line assortment of J. T. BERNARD, Agent,
.it down in her half closed eyes !f Gently, yet Tallahassee, Mitch 22. 181)6.) dm ,' Tallahassee. Fla.6w.
J What shawls those in front } ) LIEN YOUTHS<: AND DOTS'9prtng March 20 ISflO. -
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:. ugly; are manfully, press her to your bosom!1--; PHILADELPHIA ,
i Did you observe Ann Wild 1 Stand firm and Providence will give yon : and Summer Clothing "

: Her new straw bonnet's trimmed with black, strength for the ordeal I Be brave, but New Orleans Apalachicola
I she's lost child OIL PAINT AND VARNISH> mh27 tf'VJHOLESAlE& ,
? guess a don't be in a hurry. Her lips are almost .
f ', open Lean lightly forward with your and St. : Marks.

I'; ., I'm half asleep-that Mr. Jones head, not the body. Take good aim ; the WORKS., i RETAILSTORK.
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: H is sermons Are so long ; lips meet-the eyes close-the heart opens

This afternoon we'll stay at bomeJIll ,-the soul rides the storms, troubles, and Regular Semi-Monthly Packet..

'. And practice that new song. sorrow of life, (don't be in a hnrry)- ,

}, It. t heaven opens before "ou-tLe world shoots SPEAR & BONAFFO11, THB BTBAMSnTPPL.ORJrD.a.

I :: To My Dar1Inj.Sad From under your feet as a meteor flashes
across the evening, (don't be afraid)-the MifCficrtREns or SCOTT <
ft.'1r. & A.M. &: CO.
: was our parting,'and my sad heart nerves dance before the just erected altar

rf : Still sadly sighs for thee, of love as, zephyrs dance with iJe -trim. PARAFFINE OILS! -
.' k"', (I'll take three cards, Mr. Dealer,) med flower--the heart forgets its titter- r
our tfrlends that
,; ,;TE <'fspoetfullynform we
f 't Ai I glide oe'r the moonlit sea. ness, and the art of kising is learned. No : Y. era nowrrceivln? '

.. !I! noise, no fuss, 110 fluttering and squirming' Ilachinery,LubricatinS.'Wcol,Rosin,

Aud the moon's sweet rays 'sot the eta like hook impale worm ,Kissing don't Gas and Larl: Oils,' i A LAS E STOCK 'OPSPi1Ni1NDSUMEPt '
\ ablaze, hurt; it don't require a brass band to make ,

With a blaze that points to thee, it legal. Don't jab down on a beautiful FITCH, ROCFING CEMENT, PARAFFIN. VARNISH\ RIGIIARD'ROACH, Commander,
a (1 straddle-It takes ten to in Don't .
( come ,) mouth as if spearing for frogs grab
Orleans on
leave St. Aftrks for Now
Ai I skim the azure sea.I and yank the lady ns if she was a struggling! j WAGOX GREilSE : WILL lit aud IMh, on the ILl rival of cnrp,
colt I Don't muss her hair scratch down touching at Apalachicola the 2d and kith, anil' 1
Perchance dear love thou'rt her rich' leaving same-days. '\'I11I"n'l'e New Oilcmi, ,s tor
gazing now, her collar, bite her cheek, squizzle ,
:White Lead and Colors of A11 Kinds St. Marks on the 8th and 23d. at 8 A M., tonili.
At this moon that smiles on me,. ribbons, and leave her mussed rumpled and GOODS Ing at Apalachlcolu pn the 10th und ,5th, and
; (Stewart,please push the spittoon this way,) muxed. Don't flavor your kisses with leaving same days.

As I By o'er the deep blue, sea. onions, tobacco, gin cock-tails, Ingcr beer, ', MID DEALERS 13 .. AGENTS.
At the old stand In TnllahnsRPtw n hero wo are .
brandy, etc ; for a maudlin kiss is worse'than prepared te supply n.tlnnerl'\ttb nil kinds tit A. Diu nAMSt.JI/arkB!\ ,
t Sweet zephyrs play o'er our foamy way, the itch to a delicate leving, sensible Rosin SoEt&era P tines W. G. PORTER &'Co", Xpiilnchlcoln! ,
And they waft my sighs to'thee, woman. POST & TIonBT, 133 Graiicr St., :liew Orlrnns. .
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8m
*? (I see that and go fifteen better,) ILLtMI\3TING OILS, EEXJ.IXE, &0. Fashionable Dress Goods April 7,1860. "..tSADDLE"

t. As I float o'er the deep, dark sea. WHAT FRENCH BRANDT is MADE OF ivNfew '

Ea"e'' YORK -An investigation into some 402 SOUTH, DELAWARE/AVBI UIrIIILSDtLPIILt Grenadines and Organdies ti:
,
,' 'Then weep not iJp.arest-lhis foul heart of the illicit distilling operations which have 'I/

't' Still wildly worships tliee, been carried on very extensively in Goth MUSLINS AND Harness and b rriage'ESTABLISnMETl

> (I've got an ace full-the pot's mine !) am, elicited the fact that French brandy is .1/arch 24, ISCO._9m PRIN.TS,
As I fide this glorious sea. manufactured from the worn out rollers LACE MANTELS I i

which printers use to ink their types These Hodgkiss Scour & CO"COMMISSION.1IEnORANTS ,

Good night, sweet love 1 11'11 now to rest, rollers are made of glue and molasses sod COLLARS AND SETTg.GROCERIES ______ II
And for dreams of are fit for .
s pray thee it appears when they no longer : ,
i ,(A whisky toddy for me, !Mr. Barkeeper,) use they are taken and boiled, to separatethe -
As,I elide o'er the moonlit sea glue from the saccharine matter contained havejujet received a large ulf.Clrt.
Y NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. $,Co..I.LII gul
!i The sea, the sea, the sea- in them, and the latter substance, !,
; As I o'er tho moonlit converted into alcoholic Thot. II. nodgklna, late of JlaiMjelton Brothors, '
4. glide sea by distillation, is an Baltimore. I I ", (}ont1 men's and Ladles' Saddles, .
; liquor from which brandy is made., To G. W. Scott,of firm of G. W. Scott t Co.,Tails.ha Pine Double and Single HarjeBf,
.r Bridles, Collars and Wllijn, .
Female of delicate taste this association ofprinters' wee.,
Courtship. persons
rollers with the popular .1;quid D. II. I'ooIe.ofOrraof, Oa. Poole &' Babbitt, Bainbridge BOOTS AND SHOES, Shoe gaddlo:! Flndlns Clotlm.. f.every description

; Two or three looks when your swain wants will not render the official brandy more attractive W. G. Poole of firm. of O. VT. Scott &; Co.?Tallabae Leather of all kinds,
1 a kiss. ; but veteran IMen wit hardly be o, Fla. flATS AND CAPS, travelling! l bHtrhela: and Trunk
Saddle nnd harness Hardware
L'' Two or three Noes' when he bids you say deterred from indulgence by the nauseating Carriage Trimmings, ,

;; vnYe6," reflection.-Pliil. A'eies.Dr. Special attention given to the sale of all kinds of OLOTIIING Wagon and Buggy flubs, ".
Two or three smiles when you utter the Buggy Shafts:! Itlms
SOUTHERN PRODUCE andtySprings '
;.y Buggy Axlee :! ,
F "No" Livingston,: !in his recently puLli.heJ .

Two or three frowns if he offers to go ; account of his voyage np the great river of and to tho purchase nnd'hirment of :JXA.n.c'VV: : : ..rLE.CROCKEI'tY .

i Two or three speeches, like, "Ah go way Eastern Africa, says the sister of one of Household and Plantation Goods,' I i CARRIAGES AND BUItGIES'

,l- Two or three times you must bold him to the chiefs wore eighteen .solid brass rings ,
of
; as thick as one's linger, on each leg, and Wares, Implements, Maeblpo every description Bolting. ,

s Two or three smiles when astray for smaU three of copper under each, knee ; nineteen Al'icliltul'aI ., Wot k made to order and repairing ion* wits

chat, brass rings on her left arm, and eight oT MACHINERY, &;0. Implements, dispatch
Agent for Whe'li-r icVlio] .'s nd Howe1
Two or three tears, though you can't tell brass ond copper en her right ; alma! large SEWING IlIACIIIXES.:
,, for what. ivory ring above each elbow, or seventy- REFERENCES &-c. &c. &0. &o. J. E PUKDY. *

r Two or three letters, when rows are begun, one rings in all. She had a pretty bead ;. Tallahassee Oct. 28.-tf
Meliui & Co. New York.J.
Corrler
Two or three quarrels before you have done; necklace, and a bead sash ,eccjrcled; her L Moore, GrilHa,,Ga.! AT THE
Two or three meetings of walk here and. waist. The weight of tjie bright brass Bryant Croom, Montgomery, Ala. .BLACKSMjTHINC

I, there, rings around her legs impeded her viking A. B nd, Macon, Gu.J LOWEST CASH PRICES -
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: Bond, Macon, Oil
1 Two orthree, nights to the court-house repair and chafed her ankles, bat as it was the Jai.: (.WhiUlold, Domopolls. Ala. H. B. FITTS & CO. '
L' fashion,she did not mind the iooouTtoitnee, Wbi. Hally, 1'roaldont State:! &uk of Florida, ; r -
the Thllnharaee.Tljan, Driving established a branch of our heuae In now prepared to execute every descrip
Two and guarded against pain by potting
three dances make
or to jocose; ARE
1' you E. Ilambelton r Md. Flro Ins. Com, Kow York, we uro prepared to furuinu Goods ol of
Two or three hours in a corner sit close ; soft rags round tho lower rings. So much pany, Baltimore: es. nil kinds, in aLlY quantity, on the borteat.iiotloe "',-..
'" Two or three starts when he bids you elope, for fashion. Oct. 2- -tf. uud the moat advantageous terms. BHACKSMITHING: '
'' Two three that .... In the bent manner and as low as -g-
or glances intimate hope
; -- -- ---- - l1I'terln\\
the oO.t of &0., wilt adiua ui. 'l" -'y
Two or three pauses before you are won, Baron Roth bi1d has been swindled. A JULIAN BET.TON CASH ADVANCESMADE have secured the services ot lame of the

i ,Two or three fainting, to let him press on ; mouth ago a venerable and decrepit old ,
DEALER IN
..... Two or three sighs when you've wasted the man offered to sell him a splendid service OS COTTON SHIPPED TO BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE

.'? r. tears of old china: -twelve pieces only-for an Boots, Shoes and Leather, hose who may favor us with their patronage
; Two or three hems when the appears annuity of JE48 a year.' The man lookedso will Be guaranteed entire (atlefactlou.K7 .
t : parson TALLAHASSEE '
FLA. Hodgkiss Scott & CO. Sbop nearly opposite the Font Office.
his end that the Daron
t./. ; old and so near Feb. 8, Ibfifl-tf
.:' \o 4 Two or three squeezes when the band's consented ; but when tho month had cl ps- First Door North of State Dank.Marah'6,1560. .

\" ; given way, ed, instead of hit venerable friend, a spruce, : 3m NEW YORK. NOTICE.

!Ii" Two or three coughs when'you'vo come to vigorous young fellow of about thirty claimed ''VVxx.iL4n.c: s'' Tallahassee, March 24, 1S66. ALEXANDER GALLIE ,

tr: obey the annuity. The Daron stood aghast. ) Attachment.VALENTIN.bM.JOUNSON .
: Two or three courtesies when marriage is "Why, yon seemed a century old i month : $ '

\ over, ago !" "Yes, M. le Baron, _but you see LIVERY STABLES P. B, BROKA W'8 Amount sworn to, $18 871.rpUE .

,Two or threo honeys discoveringyour lover; your assistance! has renewed my lease of defendant and all others interested are
rt Two or three jasses may have by thesQt" life.1-Farit paper QUINCY FLA. JL hereby notified of the commencement of the of
suit and
above to appear before me In the city
L' thynes "---- -- INERT AND SALE 'I'allnhlUUlooL Leon county Florida, on the second
Twp or three husbands, though hard l is the Monday In June, 1866, and plead to the same, or
time,. NlTao.OLycERINE.-This article, the H ?aSaj Buggies l tfS3 grjSMWJJ judgment wilt to [given by default. .
: &0., t FISHER,
\ explosion of a quantity of/ which in Wells O. H.
,
I always In readiness torar, oW STWBI/ES. -
# Juatlco of the Peace.
office in San !List <
Francisco
& Fargu's : convey pa Benrer ar-Vli* UPtXi4iriving *- February 16,1866. febl7-ow3m
I Damascus Is the oldest, city in the world, Monday afiernobn proved so ratal is the invention ou the raidroad trains, to Chattahooche, TALLAHASSEE

Ljff: !' 4\ Tyre and Sidou have crumbled on the of a Swiss chemist,' and i is one of or&'iy other point' .TlLEOi the may>OIUi desire: WILT.aRD.to co to. FLA. PLOUGHS ..f'.ND

:,: \iit'< shor ; Balbeo fr a ruin ; Palmyra lies the most terrible of all explonives. It has Mardi 211,16Gtt. tt ALSO
.' J., buried in thesinds of the desert. Nine twenty times! the force of powder-quantity WAGONS, PLOUGH, IRON. .

II" vah sod Babylon have appeared from quantity 5 and its dangerons quality is BILL AND LETTER HEADS, \iSiElftC3b> AND .----
the shores of the Tigris and the Euphrates such that in some of the continental nations,
Ploughs
for 10., 11, M and 60 ;
a'tt Damascus remains what it was be. co we'are'informed, it is not allowed to be Uiieicclled, Neatness. Carriages and Harness NOS. 8 inch Cast hair. jj\lQvel:\ do.'

.' fse.the day of Abraham centre of kept. It was the same kind of article which J-I.1IK. OR IK COLORS FOH 8 Inch wide !rbl..
SALE.TRaattr.seetN0V.9,1803.
Dor sale Hi
r,..tr&de'and irs-rel, in island of verdure in a exploded at a hotel iri New York city somo D. MEBIHNIiS 4

\r "< iert. ; time ago, tad proved so very'destructivo.. Printed at Tho Sentinel Office. it Mm'J 27..lsce COOl.f..
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