The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 24, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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.J ;htmd! [ $entitulESTABL.ISMEO Snbnnnnlj gibbrrlistmtnts. The l"iccilmcn'. Bureau. Winthrop Tappan of Maine, in the' cultivationof TUE LATE HON. igooiE.. BADOER.-:-We .

t1ttI11U a largo farm in Pitt county, North Carolfnn.lie .- announced a few diiys agothc.dth: < of this eminent ,
REPORT OF GENS. STEEDMAN AND FULLEUTON also staled therein that Capt. F. "A. Seeley, man and estim bl "citz{ "t'1.' -He was in the 724
( ,) Superintendent of the Bureau: f for the Eastern I .
PUBLISHED PECULATIONS Oi" LW. District North Carolina, is interested in the cultivation year of his age, oncf Ms demise; : will inspire regret ..
REAU Oi'TlCEHS." : the co'mflry.! la reference to the .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. of a plantation in Wayne county, North throughout
'. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Our telegraphic column yesterday contained a Carolina, with n )Ir. Potter, ami that Captain services of the deceased, .tie :Raleigh Progress- .
brief extract of the report of Gens. :Stccdman: and Kusekranz. Commissary !Subsistence, is interested ." : .
THE LARGEST STOCKIN fullcrtcn[ who were appointed by the President with a Mr. Brook in the cultivation of a plan says : .
TERMS--CASH IN: ADVANCE : :Mr. Badger filled positions of trust and
to: iuvesugdte the opciatious of the ITrcedincu's tation in Pitt county, North Carolina. many
Per Annum-three times a week, :" .... ... ... .$8 00 THE STATE OF GEORGIA Bureau in the Southern Btutes. Tho They also found investigation that! CaptainF. honor during his life, both of a State and national
Do. -twice week.... .... ... .. ........ ..... 400 : report only connection. much removed by taste and
Do.once a week. .. .... .... .. .... ..... 00 embraces Virginia and North Carolina, but iti A. :Sccley: Superintendent of the Bureau of the Very manifested
-\nUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MED- i one of deep interest. We regret! that we have Eastern District of North Carolina Capt. Uose- practice wIu'-ambition as ordinarily
ADVERTISING -J iclncs and 1'urluiiiuncs. space only for u few extracts" krans, sub-agent of the Bureau at Newbe.rnw in the livta of public men, ho commended him
BATES OF Trusses, Hurglcul InntruincntK, Dye Stufil, Flavoring VlltOISIA-WHY 'HIE NEGROES NEED ASSISTANCE.Al'ter < extensively engaged in planting, lumber getting, self to the sovereign respect and confidence of .
TO BH PAID FOR Hues IN"or leis A-DVA-rTOB.) for the OrstInsertion. Extracts sole: Agent, &c.,fur Ac.Helmliold's Extract of Bnclut and 8ar u- stating the number Bureau ofllcers)) and
", One square.(13. .Nonpareil... ........ .. .. ... ....> ....... .. ...*1 00 mrlllu, Ayer'n Preparation Juynu'g Preparation. Have' ctnyloyei'S in this Suite, \\ !itli their salaries, and in a very irregular and! suspicious manner. In learning, and zeal In behalf of the honor
Bach subucquent iniertlon......; ..... .. .. .... ... .. 7Xttate 8t. Domingo Blttrrs uiul Preparation, Hootland's Ooniinnlitters. Ih t nine Uiousai.d ncgncs: were iu.vliud! with UoKlsboro' they found! that the Superintendent, and Interests of the commonwealth.
: and Legal Notices to be charged the famo as Clocks halt Kestorer. Thompson' and Phnlon'e In politics he was an "old line Whig," and was
Notice of DiNnhlI3Ioii Inlr I'rcpurulloiiB mid Toilet A tIdes, Well's Strengi lien- rations last December, ten thousanu two hundred U. O. Ular'w, chaplain United :States: Army, was
transient, a.Administrator, for which except the charge shall be 18 00 log Piasters and all other Patent Medicines before the and sixty in January, and nine thunsnn.l nine cultivating one farm on government account, and 1. justly esteemed as the peer of Clay, .Webster,
Obituary Notices Tributes of Reipect and Marriages trade. hundred and thirty-eight in February, the report was interested in cultivating two on his own a charged as adYvrtisement ALSO, says : count, and that he sold! freeilmen's clothing, such in the national councils was long and in-
A "A majority of the freedmen to whom! tliis! subsistence as: blankiti, and kept no account of (the turmte. Moderate and just to opponents, he exercised -
;tlrofmiannll1nb |?ogSnts (bIb The most extensive and complete clock of lias been furnished arc undoubtedly able I therefor. Wilmington they found Maj.: money J. C.Maiin during his active career a powerful influence -
to earn a living If they were removed to localities Assistant Quaitcmiaster, and financial : with his own party, and extorted, through
,, A. J. PEELCIS, PAINTS where labor could be procured. The necessity for; agent of the !Southern:; District, engaged in the his wisdom, great respect for the' views he an-
,A.ttorn.cy; ; : at; x..a"C'V issuing rations to this class' of persons results! from cultivation of a rice pl.uiutioii, employing llfty- nounced from men of every shade of opinion.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. OlIq, ,Vanishes French Zinc, Colon, Artists and Painter their accumulation in largo numbers in certain five etlmcn. The Major: said he engaged in :Mr. Badger was of opinion with Alison, that
;. Office sUlrs over the State Bank. omce hours \ilnterluls to be found In any section of the boul.li, and at i places where the land is unproductive and the the business to convince the Southern people that the pursuits of knowledge lead not only to happiness
from 9 a.np ro. to 1 p. m., and from 3 to p. m. prices which absolutely duly competition. demand for labor is limited. As long as these' the negro/,; would! work. Maj. \Vickersliani, at but naturally conduct to honor. He believed
oct20-6in people remain in the present localities, the civil the slime place, who is also engaged in cultivating it honorable to excel, even in the most trilling
EDWIN A. II AIM', GLASS. auiuoiitics retiibc to provide for the able-bodied, a rice plantation he to receive one-f JUrtll of species of knowledge, and still he was devoted
at and are unable to cure for the helpless and destitute .' the crop for compelling the negro to work. lie to those branches of science which are so indissolubly -
r;; Ulk.ttorxa.oy; ; : x..A"C'V. Every! variety of Olfl.9, French and dcrmnn Plate, Stained, among them, owing lo their great number explaiiul the manner in which he compelled joined with the liberal professions of
MADISON, FLA. Cut and Sky Light times, vluglu and double thickness. and the fact very few are resident: of lie coan- Ireudmcn to comply with their contracts by stating life, and which tend so much to the dignity and
,Will practice In the Courti of the Middle Judicial tub UHt Clr- t es in which they have congregated during the that he put tncm to work with ball and chainon well being humanity. He indeed exceeded in .,."

cult Pure French Brandies war. The necessity for the relief extended to the streets! of Wilmington.A the higher attainments of knowledge, and won ,,\;
W. \VIUTNER, these people, both able-bodied and )helpless, by KEVEKEND DKSI'OT. much, prominence and distinction both as a statesman 't .

ui.ttorxi.oy; ; : at Xj&ww the Government will continue as long as they "We make room for one more extract. Lo, tileQOl' and a lawyer. He was a strong thinker j
.' MADISON,FLA. Wines and Whiskies, remain in their present condition, and while rations ]/ frculmanl"Opposite and best of all, always devoted himself with man .

Will practice In the Courti of the Middle Circuit are issued to the able-bodied they will not Newbern, on the south bank of the ly consistency to the defence of principles, and .1f"J"
dee z5-tf For Medicinal purposes ; and a large supply of other,LIquors voluntarily change their localities to suck places) Trent rhcr, there is a settlement composed exclusively never once exhibited himself in the questionableshape
-. .. I [ for Geluralueu. Where they can procure labor. of freedmen, and containing a population : of a man-worshipper.; : Ills career was one
JAS. I>. wITco "r, THE AGENTS.It of about 4,000, whose condition i id truly de- in which he acquired knowledge, friends and vir- -I.-.r. ,

.A.ttorn.oy; ; : at; XJL1W Bruch-Foucher & CO.'SOHA&fPAGNES. then goes on to state that when the affairs of I plorablo.. Thejo unfortunate people came within tue.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. the liuieau have been properly administered our lines and were located there during the "Wh&t U of DM to know,
Ofllce In the Monroe Building, opposite the store of Mr. : there has been no conllict between it and! the cit- war. They are living in small huts, built by What bet to mj could 18', to do bud done. ,
may5-tf His actions to his words agreed, his words ,
A. Hopkins. izens, and adds : themselves of lumber manufactured by hand ; To hIs large heart gave utterance due, his heart "
.- Sole Agent of the only true Imported Braudu In the country "But in many places where the agents are not these huts, generally containing but a single Contained of good, wise, just, the perfect Ihape," 7
Sabannnfr bbtIti5tmtllhi. viz:: : Carte U'Or Luc D'Or and Sillury: pronounced by men capacity anti integrity a very unsalKf.ic-: room, each of which is occupied in most cases by I and having left the imperishable example. as a ,
all coiiiiolaBcurs superior to any heretofore in use. tory condition things exists. This originates in lai'ge: families. The appearance of this scttlemunt -I bequest for our guidance, we may well prize and \

JOS. A. HUBERTS, Special Agent: for the American Vintage Company, and a tile arbitrary, unnecessary and offensive interli'r- recently scourged with the small pox, is seek to imitate it. c ',
large etock of their celebrated California br.indu' constantly eace of the agents of the Bureau with the nlidous well calculated to excite the deepest sympathy I Such a man, combining !in social character all '] 1
(LATa or oetvuivi, eA.) on Land. between t IC planters aud their hired free l- for the helpless condition of its inhabitants. The I the qualities which endear us one9! the other '
men, causing vexatious delays in the prosecution decrepit and helpless ltlflOfl'\' them are supported I and no less conspicious for his public worth anl'' >
SHIPPING, FORWARDING porters My npiH-lal nftlie arrnnqemi'ntq JJorth. and in with Europe Manufacturers, warrant mo and in Ira-not of labor aud imposing expense and costs in suits! by the government of the United States, and the virtue, will not want for a historian and we con- ':. i.
inly L'tmrntiteriUL' the absolute Purity and GeimlueMi oluy ( before themselves about trivial mailers that could remainder procure an uncertain and scanty living i liJe to other hands the work of appropriate eu- '. .
AIR KIliLCOMMISSION entire stock, but also enable me to m-11\ any of the abovementioned readily be adjusted by the friendly advice of a : from little jobs about Newborn-from fi.shiug I logy.
MERCHANT linen of goods at first cost prices-iii sonic lines sensible man. The effect produced by the action with small boats i "I
even lens than transportation. I huckstering, &c. The Hov. I -4. >. '
ot this class of'ngl'nli is bitterness ned autngo- Mr. Fix, formerly an army chaplain, presides ANNIVERSARY WEEK.-The northerners gen-
Harannub.pl a" rKlfto An examination (if my prices will sustain these statements haiti between the! whites nnd frecdmen, a growing : ocrtUcolony as Assistant Baperintendent of I erally are having their annual glorifications over .

._. 91lmNcutVille In every particular. prejudice against the government among the the Bureau for the Trent river settlement. Thisngent their own righteousness, as compared with that ..
planters and expectations on tlie part of the i'reeJ- has exercised the most arbitrary and' despotic I of the rest mankind.! In New York, on Mon
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. liken that can never be realised.: Whore there has power, and practiced: revolting !and unheardof I day, there were celebrations by some dozen dif-
Butler & Co. been no such Interference or bad advice given to cruelties! on the helpless freedmen under lila i, front societies and there was disrmirscd enough -
W. ill. WALSH, the frctdmcn by the agents of the Bureau I here is charge. Thu outrageous conduct of this man'I blasphemous slang, to entitle a whole nation to rI
a ;;1'0ing feeling of kindness between the races, wits brought to our attention by a delegation of the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah.
E.leento.1 90 w. .. viiMixtJTfUOLBSALE S. E. Crnr Barn/trd and ISrouyMoii Street, anti good order and harmony prevail. freedmcn: from the settlement, who called upon At the meeting of the American Missionary- .
SAVANNAH: GEO. SPECIMEN OF lllli PECIStOiSS 1 OF THE liUUEAC. and! made statements in relation to his oppressions I Society, the wet nurse extraordinary of the wards
: AND KIT: AIL PEAL2RS mKITCnKNLPABI..Op feb "As an evidence of tho manner iu which this and outrages which we could scarcely cre.it.AftCl' .- of the Government, General double-O Howard,
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arbitrary power is exercised, ,\would' Hate thatun hearing their statements we visited the settlement was in attendance, with Brother Beecher, and the
: airent of the bureau: nreskliug ia: a freedmen'scourt convened the freedmcn, investigated the result of their combined efforts was a torrent of

C. K. WILKINSON. I Accomac county, decided a qticbtioil; of I charges against! this m-in, and ascertained that he unctous cant, surpassing in hypocrisy and falsehood
ifHy.am: J.. ,H.. .SANDERSON.... .... .. .... .. ... .. .. : .,
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1 who was: had been''iu'y!! <>f the rarest of the
title to land as follows ,colored:: man, I evert crrnler Wrongs :.lil'l l oppression : production Roundhead era.
freed twenty years ago by his: master: anti ,,':!:? ) tilt had been complaincJ of.: In addition -' What a Christian warrior Howard is ; so philanthropic -
was permitted, through tin kiudi-uabs of his master :, to the.lcslimony of the f.-eedmo i, we took I so true, and yet so brave. How like "'"
AND OFFICB SANDEESON & WILKINSON, to make his homo on the plantation: whereverhe the statements of four intelligent ladies from the those men who followed their meek and lowly
chohO, set up a claim to ten acres thereof North who are teaching! school in the settlement. I master Is Beecher; so merciful, so tender, so for-
around cabin in which he had lived for ten Among tho many acts of cruelty committed by giving. The first begins his harangue with tho
STOVES !IAqD WhOLESALE DEALERS IIIAIINESS :' years. The agent decided that the colored man !Superintendent:; Fitz we found that he had in two unmitigated untruth, this palpable, deliberate ". .
: hid acquired title to the ten acres by ndveise possession instances suspended freedmen with cords around falsehood : "t. > .-. :
: and forbade the owners of the plantation their wrists, their feet not touching the floor, and I "When the rebel armies surrendered, a 'largo
k ALL* OTOER ARTICLES IN THE horn bringing the question again before his court, kept them in this position, in one case four, in part of the men organized in secret bands to narrow ..,..,
AND SAnDLER Y YU or any other court, on pain ofpun'shiueut. the other case C J hours ; that he sentenced a freedman the freedmen, murder soldiers, break the win. .
HOUSEFUENISHING BUSINESS A NEGUO UIVOUCE CASK.: to an iuiprisornent of three mouths for a I dows of schoolhouses, etc. .
"These agents: taKe the! widest latitude in the trivial olfcnco: that of wrangling with his wife.- The Second closes by saying that "the work of -'
exercise of their j judicial functions, trying questionS lie kept another who was arrested for debt shut this Association is to raise Southern,society from ,..:.

14.5 Broughton Street, DEr. ST. ANDREWS II.LL, involving title to real estate, contracts, I up In the .block-house-the prison-for months, I the foundation," beginning, of course, with the 3
crimes and even actions effecting the martial re while his wife and two children, reduced to abject freedmen. But more bloodshed is necessary.Sforfulk .-

SAVANNAH, GA. lations. Wo witnessed the trial of a divorce case I destitution, died with the small pox, and took I Virginian.SUBMARINE ;!
before the sub-agent at Charlottesville The trial I him from'the prison under guard and compelledhim .... -
lowesfinarket BROUCHTO1M STREET, occupied about ten minutes, and resulted in a decree to bury his last child in the cradle in whichit OI'hiitATIONs.-Undtr the general
Alt orders promptly ailed at the prices. of divorce" died. On another occasion, when one of his law of the State of New York a company has ..*,.
Tim BUREAU :NOT NEEDED. guards reported to him that a colored woman had been formed the headquarters of which we to bo -
apl -6i, SAVAHHAH, GEORGIA.may The report recommends that the services of spoken disrespectfully of him, without even in- located in Savannah, for the purpose of conduct- ,
the officers of the Bureau in Virginia Ill' dispcnsed quiring what the woman had said, he ordered her lug wrecking and submarine operations.The .
) 8-tf with, and that the duties be pel formed by the tj le imprisoned until the next morning at nine company has already commenced remov
mmm A C [ E Y n DIPOTI E 1) 0 T I --------------- --. ------ officers commanding the troops in the department : o'clock, when she should be brought betore him ing the "obstructions" in the river,under the ton- ()..
irnUagnssre: \bbtrliscments. and state that the recognition of the civil to answer for the indignity.( In one instance tract made with Mr..A. Hartshorn, whose experience ...
rights of the freedmen, as evidenced by the ho imprisoned six children for ten days for play- I in sub-marine operations connection .
SAW MILLS GRIST :MILLS, changes made by the Legislature in the laws of in" in the streets! on the Sabbath day. He imposed with the United States Sub-Marine Corps, is the
S.A.JDJDLE, Virginia, render the frcudmcn perfectly secure if : a flue of sixty dollars upon an aged: frecdinan guaranty of tho successful accomplishment of this
Wood Working Maeliiierv, left to the care of the law and the protection of for having told another freudman that he was important work. .
CARRIAGE the troops. about to be arrested by Mr. Fitz. This: poor old This company are providing the moat complete
:xx J.\I.I: .A. 1\12: E S HARNESS WHAT NEGROES LOOK TO THE mmE..U. man, not having the money to pay tho line, was apparatus to be found upon the coast, consisting
CELBH: : TED On the subject of the influence of the Bureau, imprisoned until the next day: when his son paid of two powerful camels,with pumps throwing five
the report says : the same ; with three dollars: additional as jail thousand gallons per minute, and capable o raising -
Portable Steam Engines ESTABLISHMENT.T "In onr judgment the effect produced has depended fees." fourteen hundred tons ; a dredge boat, driving
wholly on the character of the offi( ers.- The commissioners close their report by repeating apparatus, as emergency requires.' ,A
Prudent and industrious freedmen rarely call their recommendation that the services I After they have completed their contract with ;
upon_the Bureau for advice _or. assistance. It is of the officers of tho Bureau be dispensed with. the city., it is the design of the company. if they
HAVE JUST RECEIVED .1 LARGE ASSORTMENT the idle and worthless who looK ton wr support. meet with encouragement; to take urj tho( subject
of Goods, consisting of Among these, however, we do not include the infirm "A PLACE IN THE COUNTRY."=A gentlemanof I of giving twenty feet draught of water up to the 'I
and helpless. The mass of the freedmon have this city, who had determined la retire from I city, at high water. The whole community are -
Fine Gentlemen's Double and and Ladies'Huruess Saddles,, an idea that the Bureau possesses some mysterious the cares business and indulge himself in a deeply interested in this important matter, and
Bridles Collars aud biiijjlo Whips, power to serve them, anti that if they tail to mania for amateur farming, had a very attractive we feel assured will give all encouragement to
..--r Saddle Cloths secure such a livelihood as they desire they can tnte-on paper-presented to l his notice by a the enterprise.-Savannah Republican: __
hbou Leather FlmllnL'ii of all kinds of every, description fall: back upon it with a certainty of support. broker. There was tho usual 'substantial dwell- ._.
Traveling Satchels and Trunks, These ideas, it will be readily seen, lesbeu their inghouse, large barn, and outbuildings, unfailing The Chamber of Commerce hate agreed to memorialize -
Saddle aud HaruuBH Hardware, efforts! to procure employment and to support springs of water, thirty fruit trees, rich pasture Congress not to put a tax of five centsa
Carriage and Trimmings Hubs, themselves and their families. They also regard and arable lands," &c. ; situated, of course, "in pound upon cotton. In this niatter, at least
rYROf Wauou Buggy! Skulls( bin-'sy, Spokes and Rime, the existence:; of the Bureau as evidence that the tho immediate vicinity of school-houses, church- the Chamber represents the solid men of- New I
liuggy Axles and Springs! government looks! upon the white people of the es and all the advantages of civilization." The York, without reference to party.. It ii admitted 1
:South: as their enemies, which is calculated to merchant was charmed with the description, and by every one conversant with the facts, that a
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES excite suspicion and bad feeling on their part." was on the point of purchasing, when he happened tax of five cents would be ruinous: to cotton cul- _

CONDUCT TUB OKKICKRS to meet an old furmor Kequintance, who, ho! cure in this country, and, If persisted In, .would ..
Of every description. The Commissioners commend Gen. Brown for suddenly remembered, lived in the neighborhood lose us the lnouopoiyofthe niarketsofthe world.

t Wo.'k Machine made Uultiuc to order; and Repairing done with dis "laboring laithfully and zealously to 'harmonize of his contemplated investment. After the usual It would bo killing the goose that is ready to keep _
k patch. and protect the interests of both races," and conclude inquiilcs on the merchant's part about the wellth-I laying golden eggs for us for all time to come. It
" Agent for Wheeler & Wilson's and Howe's SEWING by stating that they made no investigationinto er, prospect of crops, &c., and on the larmer's as I is as tawo: economy to tax colton as to tax wheat
MACIIINES.oct 2ij-tt J. E. PURItY.BLACKSMITHINC the conduct of officers of the Bureau in Vir- I to die proper method disrobing of the"coopous" corn, or potatoes. The raw material for manu- .
I lOUR TO THIHTY-TIOItSE POWER. gina, outside of their official duties. on some government bonds, tho former asked: facture should never be interfered with by Ulo ..
NOKTlt CAROLISA-llUUEAU OFFICERS AS PLANTERS "Do know G.-'s f tu-collcctor-New Tvrk -.J
you place up your T" lVQr4
TT7K have the oldest, largest and most complete work way ,
iV in the country, engaged la manufiirturlng Portable -UOW THEY MAKE FKKKDMEX WORK. "Know it I Vaas, guess I do ; lives 'thin two 4. .' .
X.HU1UVB. Our Engines are, "by experts," now concede The Commissioners then proceeded! to North miles 0' my place Dreflie bhilllcss critter tho'; President I>*TS,
, to be the best. apparatus of the description ever presentedto :H. B. FITTS & CO.AUE Carolina, and their investigations in this Suite, hadn't got much anylliing on his farm excepta ( Soliloquy.r :i .
, the public.Adapted though (as they state tliemsehes,) hasty: and imperfect heavy mortgage. Coin' to sell him out putty CIU1LI NXCCIIT, M. D. "..
J I' to Every Purpose Where Power NOW of PREPARED TO EXECUTE EVERY DE- disclose tins most abominable system of soon, I guess. .h sme Is up'I (If.iui7ho.t who OIl
'1 la Required peculation, malfeasance .nd cruelty that has ever "Indeed !" said the merchant, thoughtfully ; Uiialimtlh the sword t..t struck for Llb d.r.4.rtr. '< .
rl aKS UT .r.UxG been brought to light "mismanaged: I suppose-don't attend to his I sund Kii.h.lld 10 the fatal .. I
Medium sizes constantly on hand-or furnished on short To soothe the fut.
vengeance of _
notice. In the best manner and as low as the cost of material, e.will They: investigated some charges against agentsof business." Splendid piece of land, though, is it Whoa .....,. of bumau right a.rabid. .w llow.d
Descriptive Circulars, with price Hit, Bent on appliesM admit of. They have secured the services of some of the Bureau, beginning with the chief in the not? In wrathful' luitonjr-th fnte I. mine BB. .
n' State, CoL Whittlesev. They asked him if he "Waal, might be for some purposes our loiinpr) proudly on In dung oiw>hmjns >, _
COMSTOCK & KINSEY. The Best Smiths in the State. knew of on duty in the Bureau 'who Vlectmen did think of The viollm of e nlutn\w*uur. '.. .
Qeorgia.mcb \ any person buying it once for a
154 Bay Street, Savannah, cera- 'Tw.ro vain to ehallvng Jusile
11-& guaranteed Those who entire may favor satisfaction.na with their patronage will be is or has been, since entering upon the duties of etery but the sUe was so orfull poor and sandy 1. lusl to eel,..; and hideous *narohT.whllit...1U M _
t'fi"' stmp nearly opposite tho Post Office. his office, engaged! or interested,either directly or that nothing ever came up that was planted in it A hydra raging I In lu gUn might-' .. J" .
NOTICE.SIX feb 8-tf Indirectly, In the cultivation of any lands within and they were afraid there'd never be Sport with th* tomb of freedom, and wnlu "
resurrection the
any Above of
MONTHS after the first publication of this notice, the department." The Colonel answered "No grave Liberty | For aetf -
; I murmur not i nor dealt Lb un"F.om _
"", present my Acco'mt and Vouchers an Administrator Plows and Plow Iron. but on being pressed with subsequent Interrogatories The broker lost'his sale of that farx.-Theton: lip.thai dally tail ll.'uSSSsa.* JT1, .,., .
of the estate of Redden W. Parrnmoro, late of Madison ;
F..r PsIitot..hrtukn.gf.I .
and BO Plows disclosed the fact that he was interested as Commercial Bulletin. "m < 1
county, Florida, deceased: to the Honorable Judge of 'TO8. 10, 11, BO J I bra 'heoN1Ire briTTo/iill QOg.
JTobaU of Madison Florida and apply for a legal IN B and Much Cant DaIt-Sba\'e1l'ko..1 j an equal partner with the Her. Horace James, of ._-... ._______-__ I And I wl'l drink of a) aUi Ith a ",_. "V eI
and ...
.1h.\ .
discharge from farther administration upon said eotate. 8-lncn Wide Iron l L Massachusetts formerly Captain and Acting lIe I mingled whit .'! J ..
who does (
8. ALEXANDER UUTU.a ror .Ie." only right has right to do ai lay Jow"I'1'e ar.I\I\ld. 'oW' .
fc.37-tf D B. MIQQfyiSS CO. Quartermaster Freodmea'i Bureau, and with Mr. h, plevo.. I 'Th her? deep wroUJtDD' inlo..lbitw-151! '."l.letlt!,
And 611 lft. c'l'tb! 1Fttta quo, vnteL4. .',: .

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of that racy paper-the Norfolk Virginian, n most : like lie was. Hear hi* classic\'IliigfijJIjBViJ E. *' ""UO U.\LII A>P nEtAJl PEAttn W \

BV SIIOD13I< &! OLIVER. vigorous and trenchant article. An cxcltnnpe'hId erence to Rebss: ( 0 '

: BUggca\ed that "all r6nds lead tr> tueUTHWUiAtJhe 'Yo ulrj; thnfrx'lilteiitlnrf'WIif'-Tf'Ji'ilnwn JvAr ( 'D aIEs
; e in-the It they to lon" It will ulioot Ihem;,1'hll} *
Lr' OhCQpcst'wsp State. try e wo
!. President bad brought hIs' Islone miiUid of Hull l fu th. prison they de "r eV1 i ,*:J. $gfi&VPS' %& !
.: _.__.'---. "'; 'r WonM'toOodlbatili' clnnibrtof, f 4 --- I ItTipon" tttegronmlofthe yiJ.ler9 I ( .Uift| run lint wily to the 1870 but to the>4llr miietbvu ) *r
.; rJfl'ftT1'fl: ;;.; }'. ..;:){ $ sVv'eiw : I, ('and and jevcnty-tli.I year" **?- *_ ,.* "', or VAfl &c.
lt. :%lr mid fourteen OtlibrlgcuUoinaB' ftbroiiOia 'YIiicA11uors
'Veclt..14 U I... # ....q4tr '' : i ,
dtn11i .
Vwo n Tliis clitoln hentimcnt ;
.. t ., of Iclippiilg! {{ml .rig btiilg' ffirth thor; p '
'() '\ (1t. .....r4. '" \ saw 1 ( '
_nc. :=';; > ;L, alone to the mv.alruck gi.e: of- nn mlniirlrijj! lob and venom ii elaborated In't'in' spetlch lI ; ,.! ,) .i/ .-.. TAlLAn \$ 1"1 PtA, ,

: 'i '---T r: HA.Sr E ? by. Mn. Sinnii6r hftH' his litflo bloctf-'of finely',k the lloiwe of ReprwentttV', : .iif.the. Upjte4' ]| >o.1:111) I,,,bun ,/ 1
of 'f the dominant Callno oil lh) 3d
mCllcn. lender )
( ) : Stewart offerS-( _
i.(0) polished "11marhlc ; '.
I And; four ", o. "Admiral I .
n TUt11Rr M9rfflfl.MY:21. I G3. largo ftssorlmcnt o, ebony; ilr. Gatt DAVIS! Itwasraptftronsly npplnuded by ? .i>t; (wwhopfc I 1 t

insisti thnt nothing! but pure white shall! be uaeiT, I every five; composing audience"; 1lit ; H<
' # WT1 Mr. aOUJTA. Gnosn li, opf4\ .>enoralrAc lId nt, nnd I II'l' and threatens to throw down .B\sHro.WeJ. Jp.tt.1strJlMCJf rl11qI'f bV inigiirnitice( 1'0" rt 1i-'tI olt'r 1 ( | | ..,. Tlio flgln
nd ollflt
nthorltM VTrceelv robi'crlpttoiw[ rtllil1g, iu,4i"n',4e :V.lI'1twln ; tMAdNoiIACNOi)1)
i ?.Iee'1rt tim v l N/ '' withdrawal of UK
! ::Jflc vg.n rtMiot rwjincted.TJheilyxcTianpe .
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fIOJl1.UIVJJ.C, S' l.I.JoFlo.l4mo--" "-W object tothe Introclnctlrminto our- "\'\ '
.... whioh tints siggcstsithat all thewickred'p1ftn3'o'flfie'Uadioal3
I ). mjipmfd lo hi
e'fri-SRd i cim 'i dtrcuii'Court. for,ftauuty'will : t \ ; :lcad'to Ihe.Uh I n,*' of langtingo ii' coarse ns that in juOIA Mon .. WM ro""h.
MJl ? comjncn'oc'c't! Monday 1 JAid gf bejoiigvwe. fba to that largu, ass wcak-raiiul-. 1i,1, a part,of,the history oflhq dixyT: a I } ,\ 1'.II 'I"II" I -VOFFTRB

L "" eil-rrnilU-and-cidcr' joiirnals wh6 would yield iiiff, part, put forth by the parlj'.wh9, ttifq( th. lfuckIri TJTK TOLLOXnVrt*"''('f.'T\T''U''R TO
oi J pi&ng, ,. '0.,, ; ; IrayHiri'iittii Tim AT pnifKs AfruinDi. TO
>" < rvmrc
1 calamity l is and Blum the conclusion as we
;: JO"J"1'JfJ' '!_ \ c, r'thiilg't the subservient; ; Intcklingj'nnd; rnln- m'CTt'ATIOW OP NKW YOKK AND

; *Arii\J.socation.: ( li'ns; been frmc(in Virginia! 9n. policy of','fprvpittiitihg: : 'i ,4- BullMla"! That rule the country. ) i \ '"i,>'nv, .l Kiel ( ,NItW,' onu.oU.ltI.\lUiliT. ').I ,: :" r 11"7_ .

fb'Ah'e fiuiVosc'of erecting a monimicnt to the policy has'been pursued until ,it has well nigh\ "God pity us, unaltered spirit, sh6rri: I I ,, it lull' "lo' nut"' TEN ooDAnEiLS..rUW.: I.IESS..rORKr
.l/ late Confederate Cavalry General, J. E.13. Stuart. robbed ua of whnt !manliness we proudly claimed, 'ruined i in' fO.ttUlCIIS} we are ;; 'tlicrC; 'is ho j ?" 'J' I. ( n; n r rnil' '
""<" in man!" ., .- j cor llirc* tl>o>ai
", hoe iw.it ">"Go' . eyen.livour'clcfoat.. We Jclnctcd'as: our 'choscri ? 0 r. ,,'",'A. \
'h.w '- l Idi"a : :
4t 'J.wiilln t In answer question propounded to- QlEi.
; b'f
I I FuiAnRTo arid representatives,' In, hUll, 'Instances, ..men jivlip : \'y 1 h. c.'uhll 'BY' (non!. HUNDH
ipenerftlsrSTHED.v\jrJ: 'l'Itt duiing the tlie'samfi1 speech he '
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1 rok iirrlved la.Tallahassee yestcrdftenioou: could Rwallow the "test Oath," igaoringUic splendid delivery l lht>r. I. lull byl<,r .:_ "
: : qualification! of th9 O 'Who had been more % UNIROUND 'LIVRFOOIc ,
iioTawaro i ii '
'Vf e 'were :when paragraph, alluding \ ; i
revolution. fear IN BACKCI.OTII AND ASHES. --cz -. : nt- of
.' ; "to them was penned, that they would vlnit. the prominent, in the lato ; Because we ,lflI "oU Of
'. ed that.the Radicals might not be pleased with thpoor NEVER I-So help us llenvcn 1 Southchi : \ of MIlY Is the Ifl.pji.GrittIid ". ,i"Xni"

:' State 'lIoo 1:l' MD'b. privilege of allowing them to work for their bw'no' to, switch'as yottto( ask t for triuiHaeted i1" Jackson on, From White Euuthera 'atj;,l nalillfty ou, iuxl; ,'j jImporiul :

f' -.rh stcamhpiIioui1pf the: EmpIre Linc. bread,we refused to elect to position bar'distin- TJicy'll wear the crown of llwrnafoferer, 1 1Slost that all puperb 1It. .. : ';'..r'

p' tarried':cabin pasaeugers from Savimuuh! to Newli'prk' guiBlied Conf l. Qcnenils\ 'IIri\t they wci1-' truly) does IM YiI'glflla,reiitrkin churches bt PRThIEIiJO{; GOEFEEI!

[ Ja&t; Saturday forten dollars.!li' The1 Her-- treated as lepers. We did not give expression to tl.lsrl 'snhjC'ct;pungently cxoliiiiA: ; :' tilt dead of the let -.,- ,---
Ihe churches
f "The refill' of jiii.t mich at iwo dalf
1 nan Liyiogston"of: Mail Line\: charged: : fwoh- our deep sympathy for' that! imprisoned' stateSmaa'i 118 Mr. Stevens Inngninjn you liu of tuc '
: UM hourly; tho rmilt of (\ & \ \ ( ,' 1IJ.1I 'ri A'OI '''{
.t "tr'dollarsiiteerage: five dollars. I 'Tao.iil ndnI1tieithah 6t\rselvei, 1 itnow. nnU cxasponillnn which your -untv ''urn' tracking trt let-all unite .
; O'isli
itfci, .ii i ,! : : : \ thu policy 01"your lldvuriiiiiunt, wlilcli I'lUHiiicrjt ti i
. 4." .M.i .' 'I T .'-v .to bo made'llio scape-goat for all our sins. "II lull true LiiionlHtu uru I trylnjr to Irudratu, will uucl liberal' Ouupowrtrr.; ?< Mitirt "PonchOBS (or Y11.11
I It\ lovry} ; -
, lo-kittdle-fii-ilte-heiirit-qf-ltii' ViiCX HroaWmtt.j..i -oj6k
: The'late date'''of our 'Telegraphic Dinpa'tches"to l'' s Wo even chided our 'unco'm'iuorable ladies, (who I !ifOtt-anu-yoHrs which the Jlnme nnrf bluba bf' a ,/, of these Stales, -

". -dayj','I Is'4 gratify ing evldeic 'of, the, improvo- .did; lOt surrender u hc'n "we didj\ for their irreprcsBlblc inch Uf.'Ci'alttm murclmt if a Itn. blicrmun't ItlolwanJ until lUtttuliril'jt nut eruilicaie kauriy;, :"/, of our Bis I '. .s : 'i\ns':1Q: : .!o .

; .ment in the working of our )lines.' Tim news is bolneRivd; ,hcir open sympathy: for our itttiUuc; 'r/,irk the southing iiijlumcici* uf II hundred Uc-roic sou I '
I ; bn't'D' ;
i/V would not 1're.hIlJ1'I1.111I,1, Chin'1 i
ovfrcontf. Ooiiqiuif the I Chivf JItigis" Fine White Cut, for ; ,
hours ahead of:the mails unreturningdead., lavue of will liuru I In nil i -- ,
t thirty 'and (tool,1 \ve us, ninj you your kerl'n, lor in thc 'of Various tirudes.2 -
a haughty, obutU iil, l characI .' .. ,. ,
ruvu sullenly bravuly xUcaily r',1
ortiio I
tether ihi
shall regularly We have the argument
t' trust, we thus get; the dispatches run p'Hicnily ",,'.tV,1 ,",". i "JUchel weep
f.: ;6'ftherAls'oclAted Tress.. .', ',', T' "pirtEters.Vhile, : a jvek fif that article Is //1111.\ care wi1," you"' .Sheet, "poor brnNod '\\'Qrin.1 \ !' i to be comfort I Flour' St'tfP1our'2! our !
feiira >
iLg. < .- 1 your IYrltWn!" > ,
inBv.Jviff -1-- I' 'II 'tlie fAlot'inon't, of an ordinary life, many havenia'de >iouiiily) /leiiaai.V"u did.not inoaa to itnesscd, an we i
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3 Eo 'I rudlly, wv tntve): heard KOUIUU tiure, or read, ol'liI'caULc' ore all that WUI CODFISH & No. 1 UACKENEr.: '
_: ; -4[ '/'J Tbe. Roll of lufuniryiil it their only dietsipr.e you ,liitiuringjor the Uniujt to iut )la.t rest I.U7-
'' '"\ l Tbo undef'the' that instead of tho ln.Jnnction""laugh aid grow lie uum.iKlcul, fur Qoil'ii wiku, and phow )0\11' ''
found:elictyhero, hoa'diiig'bfTho'BIoWllVirsiy ] to' believe Y. 3 3 .H
like jpj.j!
I men, di'mcmu i'r>;hoiil or whatever you are I :
Graul J uI'y' /, Will our Virginia fat" we nr1iriWed'Mi-ncstIy; to "eat dirt. Jhl'1'Y. and be cloak of hypocrlny 14 all loo unrrouto cover uch if any theme be, .'Il-J.4L j.t '-I #.r'J.1 i.ATlo.lol1'
'of pin lu yolii-H, and thurc t id ilol au hOliest iiuiii would
.. exchanges inform us wh tl1crl'I8\\C SNOWDEN Maiiio to U.-ilveman, but ktto\ d"spl1e10llr lying, ]ltFC1Ilt, jNa 1JI' r.t,
lalnen- J'llot life'nk CiMkoro:
Wino JljIoCUJl.
f : )is the ':old, llo.vdcn.I.'who. oueVpuljUihcd' a'papffluj Away nway.:, with'' such suicidal feusseslions It 'U that will Out ho reoiiciIeth"J' !' !! Old Douiiii- I Andl'ulti'f C'rae'erI.uyster. '" ."''::;,'oi 7- j'j'I

t. Alexandria\ ?, .. ,/ This course had already brought upon us nn'avalanche ----.-. .I. parts of the .

.. -1d' jUJl I .1.: ... of abuse, .division and contempt such as TItc Iood-iIirsty (;,.".,d .rurT. J Whiskies\ ndicsj'Atincsi;: \;
AnEscliangb says Joust JIiNOR EOITB aa- has overwhelmed no people before us, forever. The following arc the namfs of the Ora I in memorial dsy.j .

,'{ counces his ''intention: ,being present at thc These roads Md not 'to our restoration to" the rorS who\ found; true bill for treason chief. t -. -:5 'Vl T I 1tIr : I 'I o.mQ

*- }Ferret Convention: held at 'Alexandria recently Union( to respectability. !, or our happiness. Ex-President Davb! : nvii ; .., :\-t: A
: : It farther1 asserts that BOTTS is'uot .ieaiicsi J. K. DigJoof Alexandria Isaac I n 11..1'1. Old (rnMnet WIihliyT bytba Mrrrl! or )mon!! ; -
tC ; on- There is but ono path independent, undaunted his dolug" Old Cabinet Wbtll..jr, hv Ihe ciuto' of JH uuk, ; .
,'S flly] ,as, lcad'asFoKsiY./but that Jil& body. al-! -for ns to pflmie i find that path i is Indicated Fail-fax,. .Tohu Taylor" Alexandria, ( X Rye Whisky, by ill* "case of 12 bottles ;
\ lngh; : l/l, Vuirfax, George U. liens 1.). 1 X Rue Wlilsky Lv the barrel or gillnn ; -

;.. .;readydecoiuposing- advises all!! AlexaucHsns ir\\ the coriplndin.5 parapjaph of tho following ki.-s, T. 1). tlarujun, C. W" IS'owland, of ; : Dnt- U"nnlne. Bcolcli. Whlnky., t{, jChoioo > .4jjjPQDI

". to "hold) their noses".during, .his'stay' there.: }burning; artiqlo from the Virginian: ib-ju F. Ducoalv.CU-orgo. Sin-lcUin, i ) :': 1, liiJI, it i 0a

.In'1.: I 'All roads nut-load to Union. Tho time for Jiiuiula, John ll. Demonic, :.Win. U. Weber, ftftiux UF' : : S :

"t. jj:: _The:'Feraauduia'Courier yesterday says that Cola Willi.iui Harrison: of Norfolk ; \ to the tliiie, n
1 doctrines Ins pnssed and thgfeIs FAIU'HJndf] Q I
milk nnd water Tinsicy! Win. I.iy DnrnI11lVunlwell: T. of 1'residenl 1t1" \ In liottlon'for. .! ; p
the work tile Florida A MlIuiii .
.. on Hoad i ia Peai'liBii..I/-ioU. '
progressing 'middle polic v bptwd'en the plans ANDRUW icy, Jr., JJuruham Uavis, of Richmoud.ure of State shall

i.., steadily.; ..Mr.' HEADER, the Engineer, is resiuveying JACKSON and those .of 1, tlie Jacobins publ.UiiL'd! yesterday a stnlcmenl l'LltiJ.l eii-clion; ,I affl. : 5

,> and making out lib plans for the 'All reacts led to Rome once, at a time when Alexiin.Ui.i i paper to the elil-cl that of the as if nt a I ;;'C'(: J.. d' '?.' TM"'OO
p.Jre Ilolnn'tin! :
". .Bridge oycr Ihc Amelia river.Mr, YULE!. wen I.North that city of tyranny was mistress of the ,world, teen mombuts of tile Jury from tin city I HO chosen l>;y ikuiit'dam : ;'iii'ti, ill nnafiH onJ_rlulif., .
known ; : President
countbut; t.ivce were to the ( ; $ ,,
.. la'stweek, on business counseled with the and when.along'the highways of a hundred cdh- not inure Luau one of that number had tuc : boll l.i.-i ofilce, I Bit"terR nn.ct .9ooJlsta.I..Q.=

4. :road. rWe are wsurcdthat' when work is coui.inenced quercd provinces, from aim to 'm, streamed pcctability to entitle him! to it place on the S'i i ) ">' the regular; I Tmiic'a Plintaio: ltjt-r& ; I
at this ciid- the time lor linnet; Bitten; .
bctvrecn Callahan iud this <
t trains of chained captives'and of stolen plunder jury.Of I CotUtills of liwody, (!tn it'Wb.Iky\ ;J f r j n {/
the from Hiehl1\0n,1\ of the 'rcri-
_. :"Wacc"it: fyi1l bc'prosecutc'd; with great expedition. tdwarfK wnlls .which bloated power was wit: AVm.jurors Fay brought Bum niiua{ Wurdell T. .' .J > tf < ? \J'l" J f-" "

i r" ,- -a- 0 : ytp' ,thc trophies of uubrjdled conrjurst." Jr., and IJamiiani Davw, says The N. i'ork \ :
The ladies formed
of Charleston' have
an' Asso'ciatlo'ntb' Awl in'tJioso days thq freedom of the unlvera" News, "were held during tall wiir by the (111 ie tl\ojft, r.i'Mltnrrf< nch 'Jlt."I.tl"i -">
I commemorate;by monument ,' O'oral"offerings rate nutlKiiiik-H as prisoners of State at ..-We clip I'uni, hrt"II,.- (of llrajieu fro: tLo Pro'inC of BurMounUtiiflor I
]lay prostrate at the foot of nom, and the tearsand bottle! ,
: ,) ; Mercury gundy) by tho or gallon '
a.nd others ise, : inond, under suspicion of II1J"l1'e .
| corrcllp
arlythe Confederate
t.iMr0. >
blood of the human race were being pouredin ( t !) by Iji i>ot'Ji.vorpaUoati: : :r
the their moral! .
(I1Umj'Th.Lt attributes
-lt would Cooking \\ lUll ; L'tilvr Viuvjhr. ,
Dead,. give; us great pleasure to aunoimce unfor
; ceaseless floods upon the earth which groaned we know not, but tho simple fact: thai: by jioor, .
the formation of'the "Ladies"Association beneath the wrath and wickedness of Rome. ity of the then esidont of tile CouA'ilqrufy t ] ; ure engaged .A !j E A l> SN. > Si-T.' N Vi : TV
Mo the Confederate Din of of outrageous : \ ja *
commemorate 'l'aHaQ8IIt' were deprived liberty sujiposod spi''S
cf "tenfold Jeffreys' Ale, Alt np'B Tndla Vale Ale flnhuneits' Ecownblout
All roads led to Rome. Along one
." Fodnral] Govcruinem oughto havu been 11: Ujjio' LbbJou ,L'ortcr.P .
ZE oriA passed in sorrow's dignity! and bravery's -: in the eyes jusiicu': to render, them | l they ha'u-
1 ', ,
: .c' ( pub'lio
;'. .* Gooif ivew.. pride. Her way was that of captivity, and to Ilew act 0\'cIl1n ye" have the a biitiul flue muss proceeding indeed.; of lUo, two hundred 0 3'.l c.d C i5: J

she entered the imperial city the crowning-spec
: filthiest char]
L .:rW; learn that aTeegrani. has e'e'u receircdAy. f la caddies I of \) Ibn. each ;
> t.cle of triumphal train. And inert and afterwards I- uud as we left IMdi of th- Nary, in ciuldicd ut A) |IUd. vaeii ;:
ti'4 Gofernbr'frpm
t President dated klnb and pvinres, free born and base bom Zadiitn'eut.tt JTcSf' D.ii'I. I darldes! were M'h'jli': bD.tP of "Brtuu611"'I1""dltlokln. Mid (..huAlKgJiHUc. ;
Washington! lust, conveying the ra'tellisence them had ba,- } ) ciicnln;;;
t robbed of their bli-thdglit, clanked: along "these i The following Indictment found by the eiU in fur T.iiA? Ri);.1 ?UioUtiJ:

-Q... that-. ,.General, FOSTER, would. be, Detained' .in', his.present roils to Rome" t'-ie chains forged by a cruel des ry of tho Uultud SUtco Circuit Court, ut Norfolk ) : : ioon. The \Oniii l lolit J Ss.il 8mcl.iJl iiu t.Ui.i|;.;' :' '- 1 'fti' W"

rank; ,command ,until further orders, potism. And given over to the rule of passion, agaluBtJcfi. Unvia. that will take -

making him an exception to the order lately issued The VaitcdSUtes America, District of to kill oif the -I i'Sffi-'Bafca i DTZ81TOK
swoKl! -

j v .< this people pushed to very qua1 wit; Iu IUd Circuit Court of thu United :loieaoi :
Jl from"the War;Department, regarding t iemuatej'out of world and amid in aud ion tho District ot Virginia, Noilolk, : ,' to t>io filthy -
and In the >
torch! a
lavcry 11:1016. the Ur.md JurnM of tho United States of : A rw ISosea of Choice .';.*.*".
:of all General officers' volunteer '
"' the the.wailing of ita nations waa born tint sentence and lor the Ulatriot of V IrginUt, upon tliuir oith, al1 :, .'.ti'rttVn I -.'r-.li +rSKail

r.. r -J !". .. J ,'d'' I fearful and exultant. .. ,[l" ution rttxptjctiveiy, do prowut Um tleilurnon i/uus/ 1 load Mills Smifl';
f- ; ; tutfcily! uJ'lClChmuutl iu thu county of U"urlco, iu The. whole
I- -4...... : ; ;So'now, white'passion I : howls fr rire1.; and am.bition trict Vjwuia alorutaul, yeoman., beiiij of.\IIlUrlO.I an : : to Ameri I .*.' '"A t.'
the Uliitud
unU roaldiug witUtu In HotUi-a and Bladders.
The Court of Errors Itf Columbia Caro-
t Sou.th plots for power, while the sword is made lug; ileguuice! aud Udelity to tile naid Uilitud revenuo system
'. ySa, has decided'tha.t 'the laWfor the'eollectiou ; AuK'ricii, not having tho lear of t>od before hta ) ; the ; p p *
.. stay the lever government, and blood the cement of wc'i'huir| tao duty of his <.udal1uiiIlIlCO, but biilu. exporta ADAMAf'TiNETSPrfiM"AND'( !? CArJOLES S
of claims uiiaer..executioiJ, are uncoistitutional roads towards aim doduuuii by lie iusli/uuou of thu duvil, and !| ; forms which ,
Institutions, how n ,any seem tending i -.J
aud 2'i-Otum.
dovl.mg unending tno puuce and "
-. is coming to'.( conflict 'with .that article a second reign of riotous strength, towards SLId jutted :t.tteC .America to disturb, uud to mir. the scheme Babbit's Potaah :
of the 96isiitution of United States which and Incite insurrection rulielliua and war uiainut ,0 t.'Y-- 45 0.
*. tie" a new and hateful l om(. l/'iiued States of.America: on the loth day uf Junn, per pound 'Fifty cent I' wonb makes Nine OuQona of'So
I prohibita a State &oia passkig anyiaw 1 Lupaiiiug fdr "Stevens andhis' yuur Of our Lorti IbOl, ill the city of iiiuhlnoud, which he i ; r ii '* 1 1 t.! 1, 'Ii
The marked out ins by1' ta Umtuctof I
the obligation of contracts.. .: paths i ilonnco the Virginia afurcuaid, 1\ dollars. )Ir. WABIIUiQ -BOAi-a '
jurUdicttuu ol Circuit Court of the United :States ,
"traitorous fourteen toiling over
by into
: cloth and
i.C;.'' 'it. -4--- Fourth Circuit iu and for the District of Viwinlu ;
"ids back marble: ," by a Stewart carving out our uuut 1, with force uud anna unlawmlly! lUUely. to supply the Twin 18 to 13 conta. 'i"'
;;::) r;B. .>( 'T.'i..has'submitted: elaborate aud traitorously did compH.'jt.imat'ike and intend to most righteous
ruin'"it\ ebony, all lead to Rome. levy and carry on war limurrcctiou and rebellion U
report'al the result of a four month's tour from the Powdef ''ami I iilsf
'These men "who love their. country" also," the said (jotted StutwofAiuoi&iui, and in order to In Kejs c I .'
.through tho Southern States,.ma.de.- by- order of and bria. to etlect the aivlj. muloroits coinpiusui i I dollars
.would offer'us, would force upon us the treading iu 'd eon mteatimis of hiuv, the,Hold Jehcrson ,Vat' I tho Qovarn- .
\thePresldont, to'ascertain' the :'real [condition'of : the said JcUvToon Davj<<, after, to.wit ; On the nicfimond Din- Bha 'OUII' Caps,'i Ac.:' .
:'Ihe j'i'and'thi3pwonderful ( of these many roads that leid t: Rom* > day of Julie, m the year of our Lord 1S64, in the '
country [ ,, satenien.tjippears'sJTully this dusty would they force'Virgin- 01 itahuioua iu the county of lluJIl'lco. mid district i o rx o.o zc -sr ,
.Along way ; ,
one half of the! Southern people gmiu IIlvre-.nlt1 and 1 withla the jurisdiction of till I .f'
ia to take her painful course, her proud head Court of tho Lulled States, fur the Fourth Circuit) I 1
never cherished an educated and active attach- for the said IMntvlct of Virginia! with II great occurrence A large assortment to arrive by the J't'ttc'.lt bought idw.w .

ment to any1 Goverbinent that was over them downcast, lici'. dear breastall torn, her sons in persons, whoao uamus to the jurors aforesaid aie at |> Iashvill'3 and
; chains and fclavery,, So !would the men rho i uukuown m he number of live hundred persons 0010 't7"A D. : .
r baa tlieni "as wardd, uruicd sod lu warlike : ) \ and Pulas-
ndtji6 ;war left very much It fouqd arruye\ a uiamier ,'.. -,,'r
the Union'1 have us nurch to Home. with : .
i "also love say canon uiuiiketfl, pistols swordi, dirkn, and Friday night Tubi *
,,'thlm.'. I warlike well ohitiilvoand dofmMlre. ;
J" weapons as ; :
.Ou't these fids'; yropheta. There ti butoniway. were melted Wanh-Boards, Brooms Chnrnii/
upon then and there .
\. s'l TKTJUAN Unlawfully, maliciously nnd
who won't :Ur.
After tiat thai'
W. SliDe Mason'a
w. Brushes Bnwhea
into ,
aay I small! BlacJdne,
li i Is strai'sut.'and < xw. It is tho and airocioucly Assembled and uuiheivd together <
.: has found the &ip5i ; sUre eu'ought t LAnd yet, pa\'r ly uud tniitorousij-a'-senxblo nnd join Iheiusolvus t., many of them Door Mata Manilla Kop, ;
and all othera lead unto S and X Cotton hope for flow Lines, &c. .1--.
U way of truth and rlght UjjaUist the aId Vnitetl! States or America. and th rifle ball. !
'bis'report' pronounced an aZdoue-ab1y. IIrtoneous of Bud freedom I awn with fowe of arms, did tltluly! and traltorounly! ,
, '" destruction not only our happiness ._
: perhaps, is meant.. a warlike uud hostile nuuinur" (dlsnobu themselves a 'FRUIT; &a\
of to our children the fllil United Suites of America, and' thou and
; hut of the list hope saviaj "
the lInna
'z: r 4 s. .. that ii to say, on thn nuid 13lh day of June, in the <- I I -
e'*; -- TOO nAUOOW 'THEM.i ] \Union_ which a wbe policy may, yet. out Lord, laiii( $ in void city of Itichmoml, In tho c, at Carrolton I I CANNED GOODS-Poacbes. cnijtcg {'lnmsranberry
f lltmrico uud Sallco. &:. r
ftt'oresuhl, and
t DUtttct Virginia 1,800 looms I tIJ
tlr'v.f' h''c Richmond Times Is evidently "maU" witii wake dear to us. riadiftion of euld Circuit Court of thn) !United Suites Tllei.tocknow, i ,/ '1isIi TllIliblerl alldJ4rt1'; _' I
.. 1'ourtii Circuit in and for the District of \'u.ln DR.\l"DY ,
eomebody. If we did not know that friend 1'41wbO ., .- '> of such tbeir tRiltoronu Intention and purposes I company own I, ASg01tTf.D PlC'KLEH-of ell klndl and slzei
first from \Ie, the wild J vl'jrucm Davis, with thu wild person l to the factory ( OATHUI' AND SAt'C'XS-EDgll h and Auter1an ; ,
we'' believe;, Bometlmea, the The copious extracts, colour page, ,
; ,
: peeps to. BfoiS'Uud Ifuitoniusly ussembli'd, urmud Dud : would d"o YnUPl-I.el1\anlRaBpberry. 1ilackberry Currant' .C \
J. 'Qo oopr the, very beat papers iq'the the extended reports'of' Gens; STEEDMAN and I manner aforebald: most wickedly, midiulouslv and! Water cnd'anUia ; .
4 iW,1ct rously did prepare, levy sod carry on war againxt I ASSOItTEIl CAiDIESI .
. "- .Qut.h$-, ihvl .ho tI t>QW U1at ho vii mar. FcW-intOF; will arrest attention. These COQimssioncTs ted States of America contrary lo the duty of thai lAl C'HlUtANTH-lIf lIt RAIS -Nfw, In whole sad half toxee i

r If cried man, we should fear that the following ebul- be it remembered, were appointed uuder alice Countluulon tout ndelity, peace of the sod BIIIII dignity,.lufl'urron vfthe ImvU raid United: > preside over -' "fWXKW.V r1tl & \ '--f iII1,, 0

{: I :lit n''wq} <,h erceujt': a'itippery transaction with! the auspices of Secretary BTJUTTOX, aud s theniostenveaonied'Radiq'als or United America bill1;.suit America ajjalnut! tho in such form cane ad thu uiudo etatntea and lu Nor- NUTS-Pecan AT.1IIONnS-801't Brazl1', Panersheh Yliberts BordMm!' WttlnaU, ;

; f9p1 dr.{ Ptortwupln.God'i 9ttnt (soW' cau not ,deny' their ;This Itullctllleutl'lIl1luuUL t \ on the tustimouy of not be seemly RDrsf.S-'n' qitarterand baIt\ boars( --

;:: : ;i.' iAsitiia not knowing ;jibe,. ll\anco ol. Etat meita. Indeed, tlie, leading fact'io'aists haye F.lleuhen MHUxun.and, fiubrio Patrick 1'O'Brien: Zar'unry, sworn, John In Good open, Jr., to attempt to I TAl SALT-Ia bo: >and. pocket'' ,.

t": tbe'conc rn-we can', help retaining1. vague r'pea &UYIWICI'lAd' that thU report Jwould be a emit for hv the Grand Jury.ISljniXlJ as to. 'whether J'tn1:1a.u Sn1ftc1. 0:110
L. U. -
4j iuspidoD otthat rrtintltthe eAson of hiJulf icl I fair and truthful exhibit.' And' eLnce"it will V.,8. ,Attornc"for the IHst. of '. 1re'I Is I this. CELEBRATED CHOCOLATE. 'II

l t is mor'UdSr cl.iU.t b lafu d. licaj hojt scarcely be Insinuated that': thl'Se Cow tuiasl ners _-oCo' "_ ,- -. hliould occupy '
? of'the i
jartieuhrly "prtjudiccd'in ikyor
he "goes off: were ? : ANOTITPK VALTJABLB CAiioo.-Tho ship

q.or.! "The ugly old"ILeb" ot th.'."-\.uu..s\l\.v. plo*
t their t IUlilvorMrJ.1II1I8tlJlg. house for Liverpool with ) Toomba and
.; a .. ..Urou. wUer bs wa w.U roamed bj testimony. tom yesterday a "
J. Ch.r oa &"t t Ki aachU6eta. SitI3ttfl. of" "corO consisting of 3,031 bales upland colton! and and that. they t I
(Ita 3Uga-
"venl iLh it llOIlI1l tD WoIlI1O llOllmt manner,: Tho' Commission la now,pushing inv bales Sea Island colton the whole valued at $ ," passed the 'Allenice, ." ""II..V
t.ld1.u11 (th tbs: .tD t.I. preillDCI of. vaaL 1uJLltud South Carolina. They will soon epper. ... .*aiv*
hOrnd' HJl meut" Wt biI had M1l1v61 tions through 3<13 .Jl.-{ v.'j-rr[ >u
..1I0.1't'11lit Lb..t he wowd IIllrry." Thll visit Georg1a'nnd: we trust, Fl rtct'' .. -.00 ,.the name, of (Clttuamou ? ,.""
th negrO : '
s.en p4iffsu4iOu 0; =.'rlved 4 IIO'0l4.ud godi5 IDllC"tiW1atrael pwjuUce gNatJ, whe! H U ilgU' time that thja Plague SP9t e1i u d receive TIlE IjAuoEST A.VD How VAUJABLE : "Mac 1JlmcgB,,.. .'l .,

lucer ; :lY tt.red1t Ihe Devlf bl .ll wa. LII, llie treatment whlcli has JOB been admlaia-- The Uritiih ship Endyraion Capt.,Williams! lrs. Davis went c.Chorea .. <'
Ii1 ILr611II&'I,
Oltll l _r Tblll : valuable that \ ; of OS a .4IW$ 8oed,
msk t.bSUl U there WlIl"e Wauy wed in Nona Carolina and Virginia. the largest and most cargo grocer. 0 .
. I toOth aodu' UPODth 'Oc.re4 this the, 11&4 "'wa1ked this port this leason, wai pleared at the the fort,but no *1Pdlo.
wo'learu ,
1 !
, e11CQ.O. at> writtet ta>, : '' le.ci1 'nt .u-l'\jr Jiln\'o'lof
.bedInea red" I.oLDIID 10 o&oP. 'CW or ork, .97e .QJ. |( ( House yesterday for IdterpooLBhe had of all ""fl. .j.c< "J .. XI
Ill t.INI1 "
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iu snu m.n1: fl&C ,1'I1rll IIn aa'd' FbxtEaToa 4 ,
I. rS proud o 1ll 0 na. BTSSDIUS' ha.vo.I.nv : 1 '
lop. ill hl1o fcalca upland cotton, and 15 bales sea comfort .were ''''' 1( it4t5 salt PS&Z'Pi
.'lOut lidy0' I :m.Ud1 01'6 wOlUeu.110 11&\00 tbao boda men "oclo.t w, ia Florida, and were looted for iu TaUahareee; ton, weighing 1,810/1& lb .. and valuf'1 a< $ : proftaian &nrt ; f.'tU"C': 5." -'II 4hio.' .alsj1 ." a1pb.ar.S .
.W lc.coopc d.,., ll1lOt n1lOl, 1k,1It1\ ef UJttvriT'l Drill
10f b'N for Itw.t7 Tell'll his E attrn train.rfao> "M r:97160.-AiHflJlII" IJJj/j, 'I" "J ". &r_
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t eA *DI ART 11rNTr'I' Nl'l. CIAL NOTiCe.. : : : .J.tro %DGrrtistlttllts! I ''T I .. asGannit trtisnntntq. .
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"TRA'I rnlt LICK ITI Don \Vita.>-TLOr I lnVrllln ; \'terjl'ITIli'kl'lIl? for the Iibolat patronnffo tended me hymf ''r'Y: ) !{ ,

I 0 l Instance on record whvro llb.rnl BdrorlUnfn fit n e1 or SEREV : frlendVKn.l. the public gonorftlly, respectfully nollcltVtontlnaattonoflt .1 =r.c. A r"i i I I I
N IDU n "
liicc .. 'J!!:rluti' r'n Ink" may Perm formldahlrflo: tT1 amt Invite attention to my largo ns"Bortmnnt riOJf TIIU.CORVEK. : OF MONRpK STREET,? s

hRA no tnrrorsjiir" our townsman .!,. R.ButNE1A WhottCJflfyfnfot of Box>l and Shoes of every /e"PrlPtl'l9-l"{ J./I1le"1 ( .
[ kni:ytarl Tlml hoiiw will\ pronpor, certain: '"\ and Gentlemen's wear,also a largWrtoikSol Jiiicul }ootunl OrrOMTB! TUB CAVITOr" ..n ". AM t jij y

(.In)lyj-e jrday..wo heard a country merchant, I'pgrellfn"Ihnllli A :a:_ bogi'youths'mieeuenndchlldrone'rhoedotlkfwhielllalnBolling JiiSr *iA ST. 4'

*a idtnidarethey! hnd mich an Immonia itocknd : .: .; at very reduced cash prices! ; I have! added. \ to my stocks f rLit1UUR' ,

!enuld ..elal\ moll very low Cjufti. No doubt he lu.'. .. all the collateral brunches of thu oboe Itlfdel tiG@ 'aR Leather]: ''J"N.A" ,,

26 per cRnt by not knowing It.'* l' .." -...:.. : and Flgdings.together\\Ith every article jiod by HhnaMakorsv thnt fi .- rv I .'AI" .',; roX
can bu W !
aiToVlliin'iiiintaodfoind; k ; *Fine Fr.ucli, Get ntfif Ciilo'rldhu t.''lrt.31tlii, ; .., .
! iHelrAplenflld at ( bay ef rvTO''our .' innn iipjpemndSuln i found, > ? f :
'tSpt.I4E, \ 1 TH13 LcMhur, UtAngf, JTprcnd; .3'egld: fiuhtand t If'J5'wail bo kept on hind evt.j .,uy during l had nhiinor,! 67, C9t .. AN .1.71; $AY&T. iA

I -i I_' '' 'i.'FirsClass. .' 4- Shoe-Makcr 'Tool. 6fftll klmiy! yb ,*!o klotPI]ljfAII| {n I'lmlhir and awry katahlisheront rofrcuhnjont) In pro\idi'd the tkuth that fan, )t.r found lu aji). I '. ... ," .

Shoes. for Men and Women i. vary liirffd, nnd'l'woiil.l! eircclrtlly In KOU\t t will 'be foundftP'locrtfftol] dOES Rr t
;;:t: .. ; :Hotel/ pur.RKAlJl.NO a'i .
Ac\yerU"CI"h : : cnll at'ntl6.tbthie! nrtlcular (urii\rn. I have late Ne"lI aver from every part. of the toiuitrj, North. ''' :i ltJ ;ji.Ao.Jo.r. ;
., d'a.OU
\ TJn.nobIYA'II'; a cIS.. at M St. Jnllan. and 101Rn / BI9' '.''If 1 received sufficient enconra oment f"r ludiiclmf, / jt.ta.doVote -, f THULAnOTiASTiJcbMf' : IlttlT.WlS; PA.LOJ :II arm' ;"r ''. Ialiad N'r' I. .

Pt'CPtf hare An ImmcnuB stock Cmrkery<< O1MRwnm.C HAVING BEKN my whole lima to tldeexolu4rdobrnnntrToftbi; : J, C Hit'cH' ,, \, up at.ilr- will }rove a pleasant place of resort to i

'furry,;*e.\\ A(.. which they can afford to roll on 1\1 good : and will nee cvcry moan for ceeurlLx< .. f I
'. I-"IY'l'Ht ., :It,1it6.d'cnlrJfv.w3L \ ; .It''Jf,1 t ?I' OJ tveP terms 'Ht'OJ.fan-jiuy! In New York of It. I have made IIrrll! nj r Qagl j.n;it'i! imjijnfactiHrers d'.efw
,-J/P1\1. ilaU .
'F.. T,. NptDt.rvorn, at the corner of Jlrnnchton 1\" Unrrmid RsnoVated & Newly-Ptirnislied! : In nearly] ftll of vtlio Northern .hd l astern dU"< and n. Tnox. w:)11.; clOTthON.. "N. .; t' "1' ',.. ''llltfhr .
will extend thorn to other Ales In '" r""N.> '.., ,J'1'' I 0
p, our I'tll'l'Ipnll'ot1th'"rn L.
can wl'lj !\ ,IIJ1p". ITirnesfl,Bolting, |
s utrwt.- nnnn'v yon '. dtlc8"v) llld'thpyIII"r' any ininunutitrliu; Indiitemo 'Q' J.i O 9. .Jw. (d.OJi 1)0 N K.f'; :!. ,: : 0'
rhen j plo In Savannnli.Iri 13 NOTV OPEN FOR TIlE
itc.-i1! whcro !a
}i n nny I :
'itn for )imrchniln! : ample:>>' ippHt.4 Mr; t9I94Edwing Fall ,:. COTTON: f.\q'rORi\ ""u' a'.' ary... ,, 'PM"i'( ,:; An.
I IrT 1 II 1 TT 1 III 1 1 of whleh\ *'e *'111 wont ft much he.over mid Winter and 1 It In my Intention to have always' on hand 'CM;) 13.ra ;&rFd3N: A9aI HG; M RCHAfiT5flO I [ not;:>:RI:]: 'X'on..uHi
borutht.lnTv from Opo, ft& Li11 I )!: runu; [(
J1.h.1 lox.ia-yrii VVIUXGT :
"I"m'11' f ,11U
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lI.tilo (
: not IIttnctil'r lock t1yylafa! 31. 1)'I"a ttdgpltdto ",
It 'C. M ; I UAV STHECT i 1 .i1"
\v.I!: xf I.T-n''''eftlnittniMtnn TI O"y a '!!I''' 1'.0: ,oj.t >> :1n:1 tho "wartt ortUIII1I:\c..t; !Aha trilliilkatietfaddirnlinntctort' \ ') ,

Co.. corn or Dnyton and Urongliton ptr"et, Savannab.Tlie prl! es. k 3a.VA1VNAfI 'C-+ :ECJcIA.CUAE' : near 01 Rlxni;; 1; NRULSIL3.7. ut?1J? 1

Southern Bprem \Compare| ho? ft' notice of com- I .TULIAX nrrrov lnayS2-Vtr. : _-=- =:__._ : .tcu .rr :.m OWl' ,1fT

minlln" 1riV.r<' M th."n"nM" /IrHII Ai"mf lit Tilli .1.j "irA door North of the !Mali Bank :

hiod'.etOT': T. JVT"ti\M'Hin 1 fir!
A-nrit thro'will boat nn* elmllnr I eonf crn In tV nntlon.sWrttTAMlj .: !' Jf? ." r: : : pr.o nMron.; l 1\11\ @bt1fi cmtfL.: 'l' t ; "m ,,",, ..of ...: ," i: niffu 'J I.., 41. .iuiv dtlTilaked *

.."1\ \''nT'T, ct 18" Conn' Rire f, Wholef .. ..-:-.. _. -- ... -., ., ,"- ,. f'Wi' t"I':,), f.1il !i"g'
--- ;
.. --- .--" J j ; :T St...3., SIIKI. Uilti.Uitcil ,
ai T).i1"r In 'Br>o( and Show. can offer" unoorlor! lu-lne( m ..r : J. W ID '" .........'.,' 1-Ht I'i, ,. "; .. ,. : ....
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tnentfl to purch1Prrq at hli cfltabllnhment.r andQulf Kail; 2tot.t .. :, .: : tllfl

;lrxntr. Imno'tcTH anddegtera.If, LC1i.: tiyifi.itj ; I IClm; i 1.938.; 1Cn.T ..MACK.. .IiX rBESSLlxf(UtbuA'

cell their --.t t t. OITICK ATLAYTTO A flUI.P .T?. I ..
I-nneht End.h and Amertem: Por erhi'"Hnca H'JAiiJS 'il 11J.t.t.u lvT' :'" ? nil i ." If' : .IJ.--r
\ rnn.,:.T 4'wYnr' "-inl'q'hnthtaonly l be.Hi'afMeit! =nt ii 17 I "'"'\..lG'J .dj'r,. Savannah May 7th, JSIV1\. j jfJfnnd f "\It. n. "" j ..1 i 'JJ ,i nI*
ft 'r' nfliTMay 1 !tth, ldB< (ho PnsacDpmr Tritlun.. on
lit H'onMiton Rtrcct.; 8n.1Mh. 11. + V 1':1' F1(!Ifi p.r 7 );. I"J1 'J thIJKyad will run an follows, C01UI..elililt1111 night Army: Navy Shipping:, StoamVoateJ 5ro'oc8.::
H G GHEESEMAN' ftCorPr GO.) /.. 4 I:" 11 I'J. r.H #'1\1 ,. J trnnh on tho Central Railroad : ,
'!'''" Cproveri TToMae. ne 1*"on'. for the Snot renoon H r ':1 I Ii ':"- bU. I " {", JtI I.cove 8avannaltat'30A.! :M:, on MondRY.cllneRdai'aridLen'c .... /, ,., .,..{ 19OiI
..ro-M In the hart TT">fM fn *!|Vnnn'i'i. Tt 1 H Han or'v ITntelfjfriKt I < J tt:'., Friday ., "?.J ,

, }! *!'1"";"n I'htralx! The noHn thnt farirrrti'tnr 1) ; Tl.omasvillo Rt.4.00 A.. Jl, on Tuesdav, Thursday Sal.c :: (:J :n.a. I' 14C329.T: :
: <
\>toant. an1eagillou;; t. Lane .1 J : i. ?J kaU nRP
\ JOD RINl.\JG :
the''f' .
<5 TTo'el"Curd '' ) t' J'J'11' Arriw'at homasvillo. 0.17 P.. M, on Monday WcdneoAnive -,
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I I.W'-'O) \ ttr
of Atlnntn V w F,1'1I-1\tilly and WecVv., ttk'iifj' flu tlc ; "/J "i [ I'I'.r' l1111M Friday. I aP rM -- -
CRN'ltt: Gr. : i all Savannah at 0,OS J'. M., on Tncsclsy.'Thursdat ; J .J"u SUIT
i'h: I'It1Tc'RR any other ,In the South. Rnhnerlhe for It; .f ., I mid Simrdav t;;

-.- E 1 4-BL.tSnMl1S'l\ _mny ai-gw 2l1TOTTN'_ CP.n\Tyr; ', Prfcaldi-nl. ..."JU.uO'dt'rli /;".' '. .
\ have to',1' on Imnd a Lr;e' '1,. 'Jt T.ewverP'VP mono,: fnrf '. *
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PTetnRT 1 ">
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l; 1'rorlelltilItlurCtully
::'1'hrrtlj! hrlnornH thrnnr'l" vonr tronh'e' hiTRVj I IErst I A. G, LQMEL3NO: .". '
.. 'I.t"'n"'I-I' In connectIon with tU. have ) Dtttd Cut tale nt.d'. .I'II\'rc. l :ter,
'qe&!tJlfy I )rh tlrm 0' r yo. ; < & "" : Ic3 over.Offered to the Nownpnpcr we jimt upTIIE '
: Pjtiblic PK itKIt 1\: !!
1+"'0 ,,,nrl Alh"n\', or Co''. ,T. T. MAOH?:II, of Tnl'nhnmeu .Y .. | .. ? : .. ."C';! !Ar Land JlIJI4.T

FIori". i MOST COlU'CJ'M march J7-3m !ihJv m tol Ii taG:
and ':.ro prepared to flll all orders from Groceries, Provisions, .,T-.rt-.u-_ _..t.,..rni i--; '-' 1 I ...4.CDnAR --
;, ,f ', "/,' I.f. "' > n 'it "III'Iiurt'lllt1 P'1IlIlIttJ.
r.-rlvrm: ",, at 8t :Mirkf' Book and Job Printing. Oilicc ,' I . L...ovnnuiD'j. ., ,', .." ,!,, .. .I."I. .
*orf Votidiw. ;night! (, find left ytcrflnv afternoon We nro ALL PARTS OF GEORGIA! AND FLCEI3v" \ p .I WG\ES. QUQRSt .

n'n' nmler many obllpatlonfl/ to the very ohHtrlnc! Pitrper ; ;;: : .v" 'j-fc* jfv. cr v -*:,: .. 'PERRILrdItudT xdI
,MrTIorii -WiTnrR. for late New Orlennn rnpcmwrhy'rto .- .... IN THE: STATE'I:: A\0 EVERY OfEHR ARTICLE IN THE CRCCERY LIVE.VNDEIl GTJEEAED &"
with diHpntch and BS low as It can ho bJuht; from anypuiliea ; I ii '; iWe .
Agent of, the lorl"diTat sate ACOTTON
:!, riot the papers we Bond to the If hi tilt Lily. 10 Ml I'-
have to great to MASONIC BALL,
gone .XIWII80 procur .
st' Mrkfl.. reach the Purser j : ; ., "'''''7

... Thn Oovernmcnt Steamer St. ]\fa"p, arrived at Pt: I We have experienced! hands employed who I\Tm e.7Z"P:8G:: : Canifr I5al!! St.! and! ronsrcss.,St, Lane: !: FACTQt!

:Marks from New Orleans yesterday I I : ,
l- J Of Doalgna .
O"-'I'h.. Indlen' of the Lataol : '. ', ."HI
"Tun Oonn DOES ... "fry M,3m ,.
I' a n d
., I .on> "
of itnttlnu n Concert '
nrelh Ir Inloiitlon np
Olrlnrynrmmhl I and will warrant
good: ICP,: J I' and
TahleBiit and Ketilval' nbout tbu ?Th 'ln. ., 'for the nultBiceof 1'.'_ _' '.' *.- I *good,,. -r npUng r5. \Ht I'i I NEW STEAM PO.WER! PRESS H. W. MT5HCEH E C. ANDERSON; JLN. S'I: A r.uGeucral *

>,rnjGEE'ldefunromnl wp linri\ ; that a glmllnrJmovo ..(h 'liH Late CuuhlT Planter Dank '
; CommissionMerchant
; will bo midc by Blmiml nil the Florida town..hevery I .
I Jlanuf ictured exrir"srty for us by Hoe A Co,
but \'lh \1'0 emi make for any of the c move, IR, .>intAi'Athe MERCER & AHBEBSOH .
o.th ra o'I.I"! t nr1 I Ii I Ii. I i '.111
borealized tAll } : [' c"tl'ItI) ; x ,
ntnonnt mined' bIho TBlliibnuiue ldln, may I ,. L
'1GLO. :
J I'i ,,: ittF''t* > -j 't; t .; NSW JOB PRESS
In any other town In the HI He. + : T/ SUITE: n.IJ' S3ti'ce't, 11 '..utl1lth. co"gin: ?
Agent : B.llNlrEIS
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TTu no1"01l.-Tho. lust (iiilnry' Commonnr-vth) "'0'telt I Ith .t4.-7.'r4'" j: ; : ; Mauti&cturcd to order by Gt'nrgtfr! Gordon, New York i 1 _____ ,. r..+ ',(TuA

;'it.tlirimof, the, negi-iieiie'iRrifcil!' with' the! loeeit murder\ I j _u __'_ ,_ ..J AND ,, '
",Iffr. ,Ifss.u DiCKfii.la that,plnce: "mt,eked a lady I In j jIlielieh : The. v Inmost ,.JiiksCf '\TILL SELL ov to-vrjiissiox:: COTTON, TIMBER:
ioeher and : Commission Merchants V Produce and aMeri.haiidlzo. Cuiml iiniriiu solid tod.
rand, tx mlV' JT: si! nf ('lintiohi eom .
: ; When dt.ii'vd, no will nhlp cotton to our friends in New
]w'.1..1! her 'to Hinder sunh qll lllo"l i an thi<> wlahedtoUnonH T HBOLSZAVCO: ; all Colors! and York and Liverpool making liberal\ advanucii on the.,xamv
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id than 'flinlxHcd: hor. RAVAKXAII, GA.

Tho town C.HI tall met thl morning( and Instrnetfd the Tu'jra.jEJ: : BEST PAP: : :]_ I'i: IIIEiNClt. ;,,,,,,," .,..,u6u.
e foi' the ulo's nnin'oerin I i may :rI2m 'i ";
I'srnd.urt'onlfrkrrn ardif$5Cp .
irpr.A.t: m'AJ.lm.J: 1 A7atR I1a
$125 nrulthvi,' pf the', fo'liiw:! '.(f nejrocB, a. they are aenerntryknownVlzWALrRR .. .. Which enableB IK to do In UmientiRt nianncrEVERY :: Robert llabcreham &. Son, Savannah, OexM ,MrtPoco
GAasZIIoLRR In.// W Anderson .... do
I ) : Hi nun, OIP HiRRis J \r. AvurnsoK, oEonnr. W. .ANDSUSOV, Anthony Porter, do'lIunler
mad CmRLBit ZEIOLEII.!: | FRlNTIWG'KNCWM B 11. ASDIB10X JOUR W. ASDEUdOK /R unmell'', 'do
The County,, CnminlsBioiuis also offer( a reward" j jKB G.llOGiC'l'Ii'fKBS'OSBNB] |'I .Iohn L. MUulaugn, . do.f'f
r Erwin & ll-inlee do ,
*..... I ITItA .'rom ths' Jons W. AXDERSQS: : & Soxs> i! Governor D; 8. Walker, Tallahaanoe. Fl& # jj SP
I J' ..IBull, do .1 I '.- slog
.-We gladly copy the following card: i, iI! \fIq
William It Tcttcs do ". .,
II ;" /,11ft
of the Q''lincy String Baud, as published IQ the' nn. : Tb::: MAMMOTH POSTER[ I F.aoM.rnor A. ii. Allison Quincy, vie; 1 W
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I ..... ilea ..:. i a FACTORS AND GENERALtJomn11ssion : i Savage & Uulle. aalucBvlllB, ila. J ; ),'ttf.I.,, .!
:CoiiimonwciUh i \ and renew aa assurance of the | J 1 .J"' ;.J ; : H .::4 ""-' ." .' 'H ::' iI JSamuel Swan,Jackaonvillo, Ila .u rii JJ ",f).

obligation under which we all feel we were To the I C. u; Darnurd, do ..I,I !1,1 I, ,. .f.nny )

:.el 1 by the performances of the Band, at Plnc.j. aL.L!: S {3 "I1 ""' .T.Ll.. E'.. E., and Forwarding |I .s.6&-1y .' ., ;:._dw

p rent Benefit of 1rI-.I.( GEE, in thh place. I Qcttcato! Cart,;de VJoits M.Killinery G. EHRLICH7wfoLEAALB ;
: i ," fit t ,
A Card : \ /. t
;; :: LAMPS! Dl.IE 3Ci1114T:: .: .
: W'j :
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At the rcfinost and In the bcbaif.; of the members compo 'I p1TALEn\ TN .
Bund the nndorslpned: han the .. __ Vc h'.v! ? retired the scrvlcca of I
hurler ol reTurning tlmiiks to tho lilies and gentlemen ot II '. .' : and Tancy' Dry 'Gootls.)
hrtreeeived thorn with so much hospitality Corner of Drayton and Dryan Streets.1
lIlnha Froth
: .ec. fi- liS1li11oGood..-', AH :HSPSSIKTCSD: PBIIJTEIl .1I .
otiuslon ol the itsthul! nndOonrert ; "
l1uII"1n"fur the a, on be the'icilt recent ol Ma). does It. OEIlmproB !:. ,I ..J ... .J i'J'i Up J ,i f fc ) TRIMWIIiG! : LACES, S'LKS'( AND! VIIIITnko,! ,. ..P.COJetMtIy -.
"eda'. tiii'y are with the Lomiction that In such i 'i i:i Who hoi charge of the Job Department. 1 ,
should renmo to contiilnite whatever they I' : on hand a largo assortment. ,
u cause none : ] c. CUc.1 .
may be ftbiu to give or do,.the penormiuce that they had .:.. .< f. ;. '. ': a .' f < I' ,-1
1M pleA.uro' ol'renderlul, i t8 UHioc'ated'! with recollectiine I L "' TRIMMED: AND t"KTIU3nrED '. o'a
of courteous and elegant entertainment, which will lung :i ( : !.-!;: Orders: SolioitM.f may 2 8m | Jt
owed in an irmn as ore uow en morning I!' 03 ST. JULLIN AND 101 'BRYAN STO.j "
uiumory : Hats
I Bonnets Straw.GoodE
: "JJNO'\U Caps &
_.. f" feliOBER & OLIVETJProprietora.; ,: \Vn .\'I'N. ,

--;; .... ,. !( I deecrJl'tlol1c t'1
; .. ; lJj-t-: Wholesale and Retail Healer In Every of :Ls : '
; a"nnn'. I G '/ .


---- .AT v.rHOLESAL E ..-a ;" 1: .j
Married i on the 10th of Way by'tho Rev. Jno. E. ])UllOBC. may 21-wly r r'. -- ti'- jr, 1 CLOTH() WG( EMPflRIU!] WOOD MOULDINGS CunntryMDlherePuppllad-OrdcraPmDiptlyA'tteudedo. I

Mr. J.S'O. I'. feCUMIDT,7th Hagt.U. 8.It., to Mliis- IiillLYBSllSIUfDTER : SO UTu ttom".Ll efs'j ;: 11tf

of Tallahassee Fla.: IN THE MONROE BUILDING, ANDBuilding ,, .' .' '1. t.' /''-'i

0 Alaq on the 22d, inat. by tho eanio, Mr. JNO.MOORE, to Materials 'fo"r '''OJ s't
fine Tn .u S.\.A. \VYNN, all of Tallahaaate, Tla EXPHE&SCMPANY.lacrrased i ( ) \ '1'\ I,1.\ n A SSEE.: UNDER 6T ANDRLTTfe'' fALL.:.It :

t.: : .._ ., 208 & 270 Canal :Street( near: Broadway, .,1; ,

;.. 'f{ Jo dSTo x 13 o :la. Stroe"t'I: -,
J.tnies ,\. It:1aJkJt't.: ', Facilities; J COB 3Ur t'3 1M NEW YORK. '
A large assortment of various styles constantly on hand __ OKB POOR FROBBOrorITOSyStTA11NAII; .' '.
'..A.T'Z' OFI.t.: :: :CV .A..T Xarsw :IMtC:1..oha.n."t: : Tai1or: .,.
and made to order. Particular! attention paid to flapping '
AriD; SOLICITOR IN ClL\. ClUil', 'IU !Gnr, } 'nlnL\nDB w: deed may as.Jmn ,' GA.'
TALLAI1ABSCE:: FLA.. 'j'"* ':.''* "I: *
y Office In M-ulnj Bank building opposite Tatum's DrugStore WITH ORT:.VT mSPATCII .'.. .c..:..oooD. . ..v.. .s...' A.. .s... .WOODS..... .. ip.ylO-f ,. f I", ..

GOODWIN! WOODS [nlL1 tl it16r1fiziritntpl
.;_ .. HilBi.KICBAKU 11SlJt ;. ;Li ,.tI\l!
I BA11VEL I>. IB\IN | JOHN V. 8HOHTEI1. : =cl.OUTE ,
1' LTOH I-JLA..N'D 3: : "r J 'r, {I ,)

LYON, IRVIN & SUOI' TE1t: :" I 4w "' ', Gentlemen's Furnishing Gear, Paper and Paper Stock :P LAN' :L I :" ;,'. SW

Attorney und Coouniillori at Law bud la Equity: All nZssJ 7 llI"t7 :h

\\TILL practice lu all of the Court, 'of Law andL\luityn: HATS, CAPS, &c NO.. 57 ANN STHEET, A, 'D.M. l5CI1QL':;! IT
I I" tuna :orate.idled > From :<'e'v York, 1'hll:t Muhli an Baltimore to Atlanta, ,
in 1C. bJ.. Clark'* Building White Hall Street A.. lo:fia, \tuli Also constantly on hand, a varluty of 9 13ffltxvcen Nassau and Vill\nm\ Street Arromto
Uu.a UU. trr o 'If: CiA 'QE'os1 CARS. 3NT X3 %7Cr "V O Xt SK ofl'utilic bihoolb for Freefluiien in then
u u u ill also have an Office! in Albany, Oa. jI'n'r 1 W0 CC 53 'VO &IDirrl'Cn IlS. .
:: Slate of riuiidit\ til tho place of L. JI
will be tou&u at either Office togivoprourptutteutWnto : nut Miuilla 2IQ Hobha f
Due ul the llrui alvay -ptir: : EXPRESS; COMPANY, III cnnnpr Wrltln;, Printing I'aparg:! may pi'mons wishing Teachers, noil Touches R I :
ail buaweita culruBtud lo tuo.rtnie. ; t thin with the IMK,..'DKV and \n.\3' KXI'ttESSCOMlHSILs e a1
will; : Mixed and Fancy Casairnorps NOT SEND: XOiU'lISasli Foa wMiinc Sthooln, will address me throuh: the "h
l'urtlcularatteutlouglyuutuall grades of C0iki.iigj. : NEED
.. .. ; Mt-u lava aipwiKe-J aliJtoal8, fgimuithaOwiiiThroiKlvIiiiiMfiuin : '. .'. ,' Pout Oillei-, and when present will Und me at I .w
nifty byt morthau-. the ilethiKliDt 1'nrw.om. Iu thin .
; ally
dose mil hu f"rw.II'dei uu .ibmu MARSEILLES, GRILLS, Bun Is, l\fou1dings.: : "
... '" 'l'IU.iLIt & ITleLUJ4.HILI.\, Ordur frt-i;:'ht limn tho North tt')" delivered to the ITnrii. fiB li .. !' ) &;{). &c. iflMY t' E, DDtNAof.I; '
x :!a.A.JSrGXl.VG-S: din ord:1'lIIo' Kxprena CiiinpiiiiiuH, ami in Now York And a General Apartment of tho Flneit l'up'rlnt"ud"o'1
r z,.. xII t ity at the f-otlthu UxprcsB ( lltcc, 5'J\ Kroai \v u', III/Irk/ ell MACHINE SHOP is ;sow n? FULL OPERA- -may3tfJULIAN 4>- ;
AND WINDOW SHADES and I am do thu above work with
Inlaml Itotue \} VESTINGS repato ,, ET'tON; .
'-K-cprpHir by Sea cnntlnnod, nn hor'oro"oods! con. neatnean and ,1I paleh. .i
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IMPORTERS 1'upcrhaugaVliiUow Mull uuu slrui-il to"V,"ciuthcni Kxpuna Coinpuu' Olmrltrtton or Saamuh All hills insh ou delivery of work. neii\ IRttat '
Fl cturen, l-oouo, Curua: .i abnlu, Uilt Coruura, UJiiUit ...e. \' ) uiil lie promptly( fun\.irdocl L2TE:: 1ST GOODS may 2J-3t T. J. RATVLS. : !
All g.roJ.uuUup.IIv: 'oiKpiicaa tvlih FrmghtauaJUUtu '1'hu Hunilicrii: i:xpreaa! )(rave n;.','utn at all the prlnrlpututliMtmd : hf.s"Ulitl) LettLei t! J.'
luridaunduluu'allthel1nudof! HILL & 00
o to\umot I rail ka 4c. BRADLEY ,
&c. & *c.
0. ,
n 3 i i. lax U"u.IhtonfSu'ecf." ; mud llld are prepared, to n &.m; mid deliver fiUghtatidnioiil *

J.. .; .B4YANNAlI. GEORGIANEIDLNGi !,. <:.. with Care and diujmtjh_. may !i4-m\.1m may 2)OlnLAST_ ._ Commission .Merchants, T,\ f.lTJ.\H ASSEC, FLA'' ." 1l

, 'mayMwtfi! v SAVANNAh, GA. l'lr" 1)ooi North of State Ilanti;

= L. THE NEW ERA : : OI-TA.SrO. I mlV' i ; ""1}
baJ4 lilfl'l) Dzu.EatrrSaddles ,. l'L"DLJSIIID DAILY & WEEKLY AT ATLANTA OA.BV ., WAI. !KUHWS, ,, 11'houses mid are prepnrod to store Cotton, Naval Storot A''II itA'I'olt" S' NO'i'WE;;''}
and I'r liberal cash aleaneea on all con1ll11l11oul.; to us We can .t\LL\! W
Bridfesl <&: Harness Photographic and Ambrotypc furnish Ferilczerer: Bacon and Pruduce generally! ..t the are h-Mliy )LOCpRMAV. ImmedUUi ot'Loon' c"nDLy. dC'-'i: ..

I PRITUUR & StRUCGJ.Tho ( IOW pricey mayiteiV. :" .Jim pe..OIlIl. ha*'Ine claims against iwIU e.t.a9l'lII pveenttsln

Belting fiaddlory Lea'thar{ ARTIST. A. 'lcLI\ bis[o the notice uudcnileund wlu be wltSn in the' time proiirubed! b? yaw,... or
Ware, &0, ; vle .A, ''Livo ,No'\vsI tporl I OPPOSITE TIIE STATE BAJTK BUILDING msya-Bw j.'A. EDiioyMSof.,AdmVt. .
Corner Broak'Utou.and Barnard Streets, ., I .pallabass'ee Florida. FOUWAUDIXG A\DCOiMISIuX\) ),IE1W? L\XT, -..' '
tor the Fircstdu and the : LOOlOpt( ;
SAVANNAH, GA.. paper: Counting-Room. I And a'iisiiraii 'elJACKSONVILLE :Agent, ; ; 1'l
WILL WORK rn ry"JliOr"
)4-w3in '' A
may I"' CHaPEST'
THE FLA. left there prior to the Bret of January laatao notJ4J;;

t h ) On nit' 1st daS" of July, 1SOG.! may 2-Iy that If they do l not can and pay for tt befoJre the tint dAy of
f'V An well an the Largest Paper In the Country. yine the property will bu sold .gt auction tfl ,:.
L. PEABODY ,I ." Picture invited to may }(}-w'Jl n. 1'. AARttowt'
All those wUhlng to tecare are .
.", -- CORN CORN', CORN 'l'
"WHOLK3AIL DEALER ET TERMS OP DAILY.Oneyear.i. On11 Enr1y 1 Cotton @ilHS. ., : .
..,/,.,.. ....,.. ,',.slot) As tho Gallery will positively be closed on or bout that ipy] l.OOQ RUMICLS 1"on.S\l4C' II APING BEEN Al'POINTEo"AGLfh'roft''THF: "If

BOOTS AND SHOESvfASly Otnoutha.r.. ..T". .. ??,..,?. 4 /III3D1onthH. may Snt sale of Taylor'a Gin", I am 10 OGetve order :#
.... !. .'t'. .. ,;>I.I: ,. .. .. .. ...11 GO OUU Kf\f\ BUSHELS WHITE SOUTHERN A' there will\ be only Ii limited SSS t-9 Plot' '
': (IOF, ALL KINDS. 8 wonlh.' ...'. .r.\. .. ... .:.!.. ."... .... .. ...l .. ........ .. 7:1: D..f. '1'\\140U, In lots boo to suit Bushuls buyers Yellow.and cheap for canh. planters S-lm would. 1 10 well olc4v\ tt.oiroraen". 'Immediate e
, I ; ... 13-tf L. n liT A n"'F'R. may A. HOPKIN .
3.OO. Con re taBa QtroOt :.'", rJJ c. J. .J"::15ELrELYy1?.1' 'i: 3f-Lt,: 1. STEAMBOAT AGENT & GENERAL billY F AIPlIlU"1'R.\1'RIX'S .

II One ycnr. .. ... .J ..:....|3 roO) NOTICE.fZS8ItS. NO"'JC ;
:.. ...J. .'XOWOSITl( THE: 3LnzEr,) 6 mouths,., 'r' -..* *a.j" ritt.J"i .1,1..iu1PFi\{...... 00 COMMISSION) & FURTODJXG MERCHA 1', SIX MONTHS AFTER DATR': I WILL'TOrfiF-jS '
3 monlhs. ... ... .. ... ......,.... .......... ... 00 ITETR & COLES ARE MY DULY ACTHO.ll "" and youebera.. Admlnlsb'aI1'b'ol.\ '
SAVANN&U. Ck2.70YiQIA-] : ... Fernn"uinftl, rlrod iff uu to trau act bunincn for me in my beoce. -j otI..1[. W1ute to the bQtl.b1QJU '
mtfM -Tiu / O.'ltera.up of Clubiof ten: fcbflcrilwra will be, fgrnlebM ," .. Florida.r: N' ... 'I, _. T. J. BERNARD. county ao-O" eet1e. Gp4t L u4 auk ibr Of'P1'01Je1&Of a If "
J" 1 1 I' NYM110 "..:tile Weekl! m.e .. I' .' -pH '(To, Pl'Iy2-t-81 ,. ma1"" : -l.t.: In.. / aprtlA.tf Ant Southern Eiport: and Import W. t-"'''' 1S'3 ,tn' .. : "1 I Ii Ir.
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Wen, tramploo wft I&lS.G tart br Ibll A I h riratat-i AIPaP rTYlnsr crowd* "**..,, Judah P. Benjamin -is In Central America IfU'. It H.bY U' BB\ Tna

AI..' aoouunttaredd io the lU'IJIed handa A wedding at the White House is gosslpped. I .
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.:+ :"' lI/I' Tho Grand ,Opera at Paris, will cover eight HOUSEHOLD :EJmSTB'.I'PC1t:
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Shell th.land forget '
Ah I am' "
,. B9Wptlb'd thellf.bloodoChefbra_ acrps. AND -
4 J.hed wltlt hope IIOd conrag.Jet,
Five thousand Austrian fiuniuWare their L'
Iw. BpSKMuSfJtagwto.tTeRow on t ,' 011'
way td Meiico.: f- : y h

Alone all Is the calm chirp, and of IlItting fc'V" etln, t tHen A statue of Stonewall Jackson will be erectedin GOODSAND

And talk oC children on the bill, Memphis. f.
And bin oC wandering trine are heard. e1Po
+ Kalamazoo, Michigan, has had a grand sheep ;
Solemn hoot goes trailing by shearing festival. >*%r THB \
The black mouth'd gun It.enertDg wets I OF \ ,
start not at the battle cry; There are 400,000 donkeys in I ranceof. the Lowest Price
-Ol I be It never heard again. four-legged species. + Every Description '

O Who mlnglest those In who the harder fought!strife but thon The largest Sunday School in the*World is in AT PRICKS a .r I Lit 19 I hill ,' s a i h ,A+s : INTHBOF "' i1O

For truths which men receive not now, Stockport,'England. T"'IZ' -
Thy warfare only ends with life. SUl'JL ,
Many Indiana farmers are plowing up their ,
A / I lingering long wheat fields and sowing oats and flax. THE
Through weary day and weary year, "'" SAVANNAH.Agent t Ii,
A wild and many weapon! 'd thronjr: From the mountains of Panama, you may see TIMES.
Hang on thy front and dank, and rear. at the same time the Atlantic and Pacific.

Yet And nerve blanch thy not spirit at thy to the chosen proof lot, A lady is one of the "regulars" of The New for,.tile State of Georgia for Kittlc's Folding Spring Beds and Blattresses-at N. Y. Prices.S. I

The timid good may stand aloof, York Tribune Her husband is in the Custom
The sage may frown-yet faint thou not House. HARRINGTON
Nor heed the shaft too surely cast, The negro soldiers have been obstreperous in ,
The hissing, stinging bolt of scorn I.
with side shall dwell, at last, Louisville-getting drunk and tiring pistols Indiscriminately Store Savannah Ga. -
For The victory thy of endurance born. W, may I0-3m 178 Broughton Street, Sherloch's Old Dry Goods ,

Truth, crashed to earth shall rise again, The famous trotting horse Dexter was sold at .,

But The Error eternal, wounded years ,of writhes Clod are with hers pain; auction at the Union Course, L I., for $14,000.. pcb pork nub gfrilniitlpfeia bbtrtisrmtnt abannnjj bbrrtistmtl11S ii'allnijnsset C)bbtttisenfents, ;:

And dies among his wor hlppera. Green, the murderer has appeared at another

s Yes though thou lie upon the dust, spiritual circle and reiterated his gratification at NATIONAL RYAN & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I
V. A.
'When they who help d thee flee in fear, being hung. ,
Die full of hope and manly trust, !:
J' Like those who fell in battle here. Washington's bier, which disappeared' during STORE.
the rebellion, has been restored to the Alexandria WORKS
Another Another hand hand thy thy sword standard shall wave wield, (Va.) Museum. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN -

Till The from blast the of trumpet's triumph o'er mouth thy is grave.pealed Monsieur de Siouville, a Frenchman, has announced G. W. & A, 91. SCOTT & CO.WE .

-....o.i ..-- king malleable that he glasses has at length succeeded in ma- Nos. 239 and 241 Water.Street Imported & Domestic LiquorsAND -

THE IIOI7B OF DEATH. Between Beckman Street and Peck Slip, : respectfully Inform our friends that we are mow re
j; .. We are indebted to Rev Mr.Baxter,of London, ving a largo stock of

nr :Mill. IIEHAKS.Lsaves for the cheerful news that the world is to end in N W YOR {a AGENTS FOR

ban their time to fall, 1873.
And flowers to wither at the north-wind'a breath SPRING AXD: SURER
And stars to set-but all, The annual mortality of the negro population WATSON SANFORD President.JOiiN '
Thou hast all seasons for thine own' oh I Death. in Louisville is eight per cent., while tuat of the THU LOW, vice Pro"leI'ut and Treasurer. KELLER'S' CELEBRATED WHISKY :
white is only two J. L.8KABtIKY Superintendent of \\ orka.
Day Is for mortal care, SA f. S. UTTE&, Secretary. GOODS !
Eve for glad meetings round the joyous hearth, Great battle in China in the defeat
resulting utter
Night for the dreams of sleep, the voice ot prayer Solo manufacturer of3anford's Faire CIiniiipngriifN; Ac.COV .
But all for thee, thou mightiest of the earth. of the rebels, and re-establisnuig peace on the At the old stand in Tallahassee where
Imperial basis. we ate prepared Ite *
The banquet hath its hour Challenge Heaters, supply customers with all kind of

Its feverish hour of mirth and song and wine- Three hundred and fifty-nine tigers and five :JB-A-TT STU-OazaT,
,I There comes a day for griefs overwhelming power, hundred and sixteen leopards were killed in India Mammoth :Heaters.
Fashionable Dress
A time for softer tears-but all are thiue. C Goods .
during the first half of tao year 1805.
May look like things too glorious for decay The proprietor of the London, Canada West, Grenadines: and Organdies,. .
And smile at thee-but thou art not of those Terrapin restaurant, advertises fir "t ve or but CHAItENCE KITCHEN RANGES '

That wait the ripened bloom to seize their prey. boys to catch frogs for the season." BEACON LIGHT RANGES, may 8-tf :MUSLINS AND PRINTS '-* ,.

We know when moons shall wane A curious item of statistics in a French paper
When summer birds from fur shall cross the sea, shows that the omnibus travel of Paris 1' And a full assortment of COLLARS AND SETTS.BOOIS .
t When Autumn's hue shall tinge the golden grain on riuay ar E. D. SMYTHE & 00.
But who shall teach us when to look for the r diminishes in the proportion of 20:; per cent. Cookiuff and Heating Stoves, -

Ii It when spring's first gale The milkmen at Madison, Indiana: dilute their, of the world. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN G-R..OC E.. ES !
Comes forth to whisper where the violets lie T milk to such an extent Unit small boys nsu Adapted to all parts
Is it when roses iu our paths grow pale for minnows in the milk
They have one season-alt are ours to die T pans. Crockery China & Glassware AND SHOES ,
A Russian artist is preparing: for the Paris exhibition \ ,
Than art where billows foam
Thou art where music melt. upon the air; of next year an allegorical representationof STOVE I HOLLOW WARE HATS AND CAPS, .
Thou art around us in our peuceml home, the events in the reign ot tho present Czar. 109 BROUGHTON STREET, }
v And the world calls us forth-and thou art there.
Fifteen thousand dollars were realized by the AND (NEAR BULL) CLOTHING

,Thou, Beneath art where the shadow friend of meets the elm friend to,rest- Wusiimgtoii Artillery Kill in New Orleans, tor UNION: srovc POLISH. 1 1EI.A.n.D

Thou art where foe meets foe, and trumpets rend the disabled members of the corps.A SAVANNAH GEORGIA.
The skies, and swords beat down the princely crest. WM. p SLUSSER, Agent : : V. :
wife once kissed her husband, and said she, .Lrt.m.. i

Leaves have their time to full\ "My own sweet Will, how dearly I love thee," march SMm __ FINE INVOICES OT 1
And flowers to wither at the north-wind's breath CROCKEnAgricultural
,And stars to set-but all Who ever knew a lady, good or ill, ,
Thou hast all seasons for thine own oh t Death Who did not dearly love her own awee will? pb.l.1ad.e1ph1n: : WHITE GRANITE
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An is said have invented Implements
Englishman recently -
For the Sentinel. OIL PAINT AND VARNISH ,
a scarecrow so effective that one crow who Common and Glass Ware
The Doom of .
ttenuty.Oh saw it brought buck all the corn he had stolen tfcc. &c. &c. fee. .
Oh 1 tread She is
more softly. no more. The for three Won s.
l' last pulse has throbbed, and that young and beau- years. In Store mid to Arrive. ::1
tiful one sleeps in Death. Bring hither the wind "Will you give me that ring?" said a village AT TJIHLOWEST j
ing sheet and robe her for the voiceless tomb.- dandy to a lady, "tor it resembles my love for FOR SALE BY TIIE ORIGINAL INVOICES.W .
Go take thy last look; kiss for the last time those you ; it has no cud" "Excuse me sir;" was tile SPEAR & BONAFFON OASIS! PRICES !i
clay cold lips ; smooth for the last time that pal reply, "I choose to keep it as being emblematic ? Goods Repacked for Country TraM -1:2

lid brow; tor soon, the carth-clotls will hide her of mine for you-it has no begianh ig." MANCrACTDREBS OF Hating established a brat.Lh of our house in New York !
forever. Never more will those closed apl 5-3m we are prepared to/nrnlirti goods of all kinds, in '
eyes any
I PABDONED.: -President Johnson has signed the City, at the shortest notice, and on the must quan
sparkle with delight or shed the tear of advallt8.-.o111
sympa- of of Louisiana OILS teruta, .
pardon Harry hays, ,((Joiiiuderato PARAFF1NE
I thy. Never will those folded arms be extended THOS.' "'' 'HOLCOMDE., '.. .... .. .... FRUD...... ...M... ..HULL. ..... I
to embrace the loved ones left behind, or that silvery General,) and J. B. Lafitte, of Charleston, S. C., .W' CASH ADVANCES MADE x

1 laugh resound through these silent halls, formerly rebel agent in Europe. Machinery Lubricating: : Wool Rosin Gas
1 and now mournfully, its echoes seem 'floatingaway.
j Go The first day a little boy went to school recent- and Lard Oils ox COTTON iKirriD TQ JHodgkiss
weep once more wildly and passionately
the teacher asked if he could HOlCOtABE & CO
then bear her to the lonely ly, spell. <
where the tall pines may wail a requiem above "Yes, indeed," PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PARAFFINE VARNISII, Scott & Co.

her, and the storms ot winter howl piteously "Well, how do you spell boy ?
around the dwelling of those pale sleepers 1 "Oh, just as the other people do." WAGOX GREASE, NEW YOBK. .

Now close the coffin lid, and gently lower it. GOOD.-A "special season"of prayer for' the (THOS. IIOLC03IBE, ESTABLISHED 1336.: ) JauO-ly! ,

Hark t how hollow the sound of the damp earth New Haven editors" was held in one of the New White Lead ana Colors of all Kinds, I .i
falling upon it 1 Gone forever from us I Can it Haven churches last week. It is understood tiiut
be? Aye forever Oh the depth of meaning in a similar season of prayer will be instituted for i AND DEALERS IN OLD STAND NEW GOODS.

that sound fnrerer I And now go back to that the benefit of the morning papers of this city.- ,

i lonely room from whence the death angel called lVa8/tiIlJton. Star, Rosin Southern Pitch
J her, and ask is it thus that beauty fades ? Must -
The President has got the official axe to workin 4
\ that once fair' and blithesome form soon mingle 181 BAY STREET, S
with the 'mother-earth Will insatiate worms good earnest on the recusants from his policy. ILLUMINATING OILS RENZIXE &c PRATORIUS &
The appointment cler.ts in the genjral post Otis e
prey upon her-once ;SO full of hope-in whose ,

face dwelt radiant trackless the within star smile deep?j guiding of? Surely joy But forever the it where does mariner beamed not is the sleep through,spirit like beneaththe some i iu3t the of out have Brought postmasters lists been of before extremely the decapitated.the whose benate busy appointments this at There all week, so are that in thousauus,are.makiu even: not it J.: 402 SOUTH PIIIL\DELPIIIA.DELAWARE AVENUE, GRQ EBS nm\m C \ \ mmTALLAHASSEE. \ 0 8 ... ,

bill pf Mr. Henderson should the Presi-
sod?f-No 1 though the cords that once bound the puss, march 2t-6ra .
it to earth have dent's power in this respect cannot bo infringed "
been severed, the angels! of mercy FLA. .
conveyed it to the land where the sinless are, ...upon,, Scott & Co FORWARDING AND

where beauty blooms perennial through the unnumbered CHANGED nis MISD.-Professor Duncan, of Hodgkiss if

cycles of eternity. Bid fair flowrets Aberdeen, asked a lady to marry him ; the an- .
cover her dreamless bed and warbling songsters "J.O." Tne COMMISSION: MERCHANTS
swer was subject was dropped, but Commission Merchants
tune their lyres and chant their Bid "Do "TE lire nbw rttedt I"e a 1Ine alortment ot Clothl
vesper songs. they soon met again you remember, said [ Cam
tlngellnen "L
the sunlight fall caressingly upon that mound of the lady, "a question put to mo when last we N0.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORk. e uishiug Goods con.l tln in part Ooods of,the Clothing follo and r"FnoBluckBlimandlFrowiiBronddotlis ..___ ;
clay, since death hath no power beyond the grave. met f" The professor said that he remembered. ; (ry,
THOS.II. HODGKISS, late of Harabelton.Brothers, ;
"Tread softly J I lest thou crush the flowers "And do,you l'emembermy answer?" "Oh yes," more.G. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, Blue Black Flannels Doeskin,,Black Fancy Bprlnu Caelmoree:' ,
Transplanted That o'er this turf are taught to wave said the professor "Well, Mr. Duncan," proceeded W. SCOTT, of firm of 0, W. Scott Co., Tallahassee Black and Colored Italian Drkp ,1'Kte ;' '
from their native bowers D. H. POOLE of arm of Poole & Babbitt, Ga. Cloths: i
Bainbridige ,
the lady "I have been led to \bits, Colored and
To shed their sweets o'er Beauty's change my Fancy Liiiim Dncks !
grave. JYl O. POOLE, of arm of G. W. Scott & Co., Tallahassee, ;
White Colored
--.-. mind, "And ao have I, dryly responded the ..... Fill apt 8-m Black and Brown and Silk Fancy Mixed Linen Dl'llUnp;
professor lie retained his bachelorship to the Coatings;
Fancy and While
MB. MBS. JEFFERSON .... Marseilles;
AND DAVIS.-FOHTRESS -- ------- ----
MONROE, May 7-The United States revenue- last.A Special attention given to the sale of all kinds of t :ullnijasscc .bbtrfiSt11ltnts! Black White,Silk Brown Velvet and and Buff Silk Linen Vcitingi Bhlru;. 'I/

cutter Northerner, Captain John Mc-Go-van, arrived Texas journal, denouncing the Civil Rights SOUTHERN PRODUCE Linen and PajJer Collars, oseel'hreab;

here yesterday morning from Washington, Bill, and the Texas papers that approve it, says"We've : and to the purchase and shipment of Pensacola and Geo R. B Fine Cotton Cotton and MOlino and Onnzo Half Merino h '..-
with Secretary McCulloch and family on a short buried the hatchet-yes, and we've eaten Fine Linen, Fine Jel1us' Undershirtl; "
pleasure excursion. They spent the morning iu dirt enough to cover it forever but as some emphatic Household and .)Iantatlon CoodsWarts, :''I.'o.., ,) Q-r1 Cotton Jo'lannol and "ler/no/ Underahlrts; "
examining the Fortress and other objects of interest writer says, 'd-d if we have much respect Irai lilt'> Ill: I'Ii IS ( .;"""'I"1CHA'NGE .. Liule Handkurchieft Thread, Berlin and Kid Glove ; *
and at 11 o'clock Mr. McCulloch had an for the man who pretends that he likes it." Suspenders, CadUmere Black and Over Fancy hlrti Silk'Tlet Md O, ..i.; 'I
hour's interview with Jefferson Davis, the exact: Oro SCHEDULE. p;
nature of which has not been made known Thf ANOTHER: FOOLHARDY ATTEMPT, -=The experiment ; ;- ALSO A FINS LOT OP ,

Northerner returned to Washington yesterday of a certain Captain Donovun, who with a TAU.AHA8SEI, Apt:l 16, I860. -. JtEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS'SPRINGANDSUMMER
afternoon. A gentleman arrived here yesterday crew of one man and a dog, set sail for England nEFlmENCE ON AND AFTER THIS DATE TIIE TRAINS OX

from Richmond, with several presents tor Mrs. iu June, 1804: in a small boat, brig rigged, and :MELIUS CCTIHIEK & CO., New York. low: Pensucolu and Georgia liuilroad will run an fol

Davis, among which was a black silk dress, and called the Vision, is to be emulated by another J. L. MOORE, Grlffln, Geo. EASTWARD ,
other articles of comfort The casemates in the navigator, who is prepared to do something simi BRYANT CHOOM Montgomery, Ala. Leave QuIncy 4.50 A. M CLOTHJNG: "
Fortress, which have been selected for the accommodation lar. This individual is called Capt J. M. Hudson A.E. BOND BOND,, M Macon icon,, Geo.Geo. Arrive at Tallahassee at. 8.35: mch S7-tf \
of Mrs Davis, are being fitted up and he annpunces that he will try the dangers JAS.' G. WIIITl'TELn, Demopolls, Ala Leave Leave Madison Tallahassee.at 7.00./ "
comfortable of the great ocean in a uietalic lite.buut,2l1 WM. BAILEY,President State Dank or Florida, TallaTlio's. Aew
a, though not luxurious manner. haesee Arrive Lake City at. 2.U6 P. M. Oilcans.Aiutlaclifcola and
General Miles has tcct long and sixjeet broad. The little vessel WESTW AUD,
lately issued an order detailing E. IIAMBLETOX, Pres't Maryland Fire Insurance i
is to be rigged and besides the i is Leave Lake City 7.35 A. M. St. Marks.
an officer in the place of the officer of the day ship captain ; Company, Baltimore.! oct 24-tf
whose duties it to take one man Hudson, it is said,, Intends Leave Madison at ./ "
prevented to escort Mrs.Davis,at going Arrive at Tallahassee at. 8.35 p, M. '----'"
stated hours, to Carroll Hall, where Mr: Davis i.i to London first, alter which he will visit tile lnUnbrtme -bbrdi tmrnts. Leave Tallahassee at ... 8.00 Regular %
confined. Since the arrival of biro 'Davis hure inclpal seaport cities of the Old World with Arrive at Uuiucy 4.W Semi-Mpnthly Packet, ,
has looked hit Lilliputian vessel and will then place her in ST. MARKS TUAIN. -
she after
her husband's tenderly health, and entertains the failing, it state is said of, the Paris! Exhibition, for which she has been expressly THOMAS HAYWARD, Arrive Leave Tallahassce'at at 8t. Marks at.......................... 7.80 9.00*A."M. TUB STEAHKBtrA 4. 1

serious fears of his ultimate recovery should he designated.-Phtta. Inquirer, Commission Merchant Leave Bt. Murks .1;,00 'M.
I. be attacked during the coming summer by one Arrive at Tallahassee l.tJO P, M.
of his periodical spells of intermittent fever The Paris correspondent of the London Morning TALLAHASSEE pIalfsn hour will be given on the arrival of the cars
ort Post: writes': the female head has at Tallahassee for Dinner, going f'ODlllnd coming this
congestive chilla. The general health of Mr. Davis sort of museum for gold hands, cameos beqpme, butterflies ; a. Oft the. East tide of Monroe Street opposite my old A line of stages between Quincy,Balnbrldge Albanyand way. w. 4f'I I,
I remains comparatively good, and It is only Statid between Monticello and TUomusville, will connect m ,
L the long and'weary imprisonment that he has and, pendulous wreaths which hang under with the trains.
been subjected to, and the anxious fears the chin. On the forehead of the fair one maybe HAVE RECEIVED FOB BALE, A SMALL LOT OF ROBERT WALKER,
many seen "number of email curls with comf I choice Liquors t may 8-tf_Oen'l Superintendent.
a P" L
,''''' t and doubts which have weighed{ so heavily upon twist, whilst the back, of the head displays Old Wheat, Bourbon and Rye. Whisky; Old Cognac cDEL :I.: D'. ., .
; mind that ha produced the noticeable an -, Old Madeira and Claret Wiuen "
fjili very of Brandy Sherry, -by thecase P B, BROKAW'S RIClI.\RD ROACH
lump hair which- instead Commander
enormous of ,
.. in his during the being ouly.U. '
.. wthauge appearace past yew.ma kept, together by the cabbage net of three or four H. & Co.'. Bitters; Cock Tail and Mint Julep; Ileidslc WILL LEAVE ST..MARKS FOR NEW ORLEANS
--'- "
. tool-, ..... r <_>.. 4 months! ago, is now -allowed to assume a more Champagne (Pt's and R' )--by the cans only. L\-rrery and Sale Stable at Apalachloola the 1st the and W andn15th arrival of cars, tonchini

a v '!. "fr The Hon. Cornelius Cole; Senator, elect; from I wild and picturesque aspect On the crown of Rye' and Wheat Whisky-by the barrel. .. Will leave Now Orleans for W. Marks and leaving on the '8',. da,.,

h. l mdoforaia, will shortly start on a tour of iospecS ; -. the head, and between the two distinct compart 1 IIAVn !ANY DEBTS DUE ME TALLAHASSEE FLA at and 8 A.M., touching a'ApaiachiCOIa. on tho 10th Slim and and 16th 134,,

.. >through the South. He means to see and:I mentsof the hairdresser's'built-up. creation, 8 Of long standing, and would be gratified: to know who can' leaving seine dale_ AOENTB-: .
r _". ,W8. trstand the condition of things for himself. small dab of something which is still called 8I or will pay ue anything. Call and see me, and tell me "TAOON8, Buggies Car- A. DENHAM Bt.
.. mtJl* he only won't bring Radical ipectaclea} with; bonnet,make a fantastic''getup' exquisitely eccentric. what you can pay 5 U it abut%cents in the dollar, .ball HarucHB&1 lwa8_ W. O. Marks.Apalacblcola. .
be content. on hand end for sale UOBBT,183
J.J J..1| he may learn eomethin aprU Mf DOV 9-U POST apr.,.&11 Gn jeer st., N... Orleu." ".


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