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: June 31, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
notis - AKP9173
lccn - sn 82014066
System ID: UF00079923:00078
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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'0i iE!L1SEtt[; tiiniiclES"'X'B .DRUGS DRUGS DRUGS'li! ,-INTJIUSTJNG. ,. CALL I.I T'I'E"-.--, ov* SENATOR--, Influence; cede condifct .'Wo 1f\Vc] '\J\nnY ''tliPli i J1.I. "f'i't"'t9hln' \ ".. hlUp'.jF'ZJ1.. '-}Q JIj 4trii.g..fiPOIiO" i ,,.

.' ? Thoseh-ho'fbtlghtagainstts'dnringthe wlz? Mr. Charles I 1' ; 'ntl '
ie ; !,W.u.lDiTojr\I 21,. 86O..To fre nehtl ;now that has tentcl'the 'l I :--cliTpiutliaoTcnntltutlona
'rrJ .l ; ;b'n1 ii : pence ( wio* m, ycrynccurA1bvt !
,' 1 I 'wnOL ALE' 'i : ,) : f tie Oonernn'of Florida i and the ready, to be friends ) and amongst the-. officers nnvl t' rcadylyn tefcreneq !If), pSegedcutpal, .\ng j

,1' Um.tSlt1ifJ. .'-iKrery 'I n' 'L, '" '. .1 t ,llcnhereof tie fttnera ,ASlIClllb1/ men lately) in the army of the Unitcd.Statcs; there that tl6 had seen 11. xc ortthaOIcrc rA. I'lcve1 '

Tucsdiiy!:' ,TburSda; jTAriil.S'a'urilay, ; I ( ...,." .' la i reply) td nuiricrdus, letters JV&in Itcmbcrs:s'of seems tp be. a kiud! fwlicg ,towar
NEr7LAR .ESI'T' the General Assembly and citbcr of our: State I both townids those who led, .ant). thosewhofought of New York;Lac) pPOTsg&tthiehrreadinc3s1pns-
.- _._.n.. 'STOCK, making have sure Lls defense 'When' tppronched by' so'liii j of
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-'T. .- ," Inquiries BI to fpcclul Bubjects conl1Pcted I in, our ') think we, may :; ;;;
,Jf' TERMS-CASft1"IN ADV NCE t r with the Interests Florida: and as to the absolute confidence In our tmorgtos and resources his friends fot Hlit purpose for-ht 1f':'raft

Per Annum-tliroe times week _.. ,1. . . ,$0 00(' ;. ,1'l'n'rl; STATE OP: GEORGIA/\/:' ent nml future probf1!l f relation t four own pres-and and in our prosperous future;and self relhant'ancihopeful gratefulboth personallyij&nd,[rlbjr this n.eoplcr
flotwlCb Week! .'.77.; .. . .400 f. other Souti-7n Statcs to tie] Government of the direct our efforts to the1'development'' of Ills own fate was of no impel;t Atce In. hia n.ttmr,

.;;.. Do. -one'i \CC1i} ; 't t1 J.t" 'l:1L' 2..ex I. i united States, I address you this letter. Much of our own State, and mAke her,'lIS nature has .prepared save to the government .;.vhich'Jiiatory would
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nn. Dnl I "CIIEijtjLS,1'ATENTIED.I I this information,so far at least oa It docs not rest on her to lJe made, the most' beautiful of all devolvc.the ,resiwnsiliilityr, ?"his,. treatineuj.-
RATES fltM'rchmsl" the State . SIartyrflom, while representing the deliberate action
? OPrADVER'11IS9(1. q.f cs. the future, has already been.ivcn hy others better, : .r i I. "
monai TruRRO', tiul'llcnl ln < I in hero the of his people1'','Mld' M'Ifhmortalit. lbi'ft fbt
.era ] ( tnlmcnt9' Dye Shiffis Flavoring perhaps, than I can do it; but, in reply to these take pleasure acknowledging co- ,
retracts .
One square (U lines l 1s &0", Lc.Snlu iou me lIon..Wm Marvin, Senator the sake justicenot.merely; 1 his O'Wb'l1Mf1lt'j
Xgnpareil QT < s) fot the drat Agent for ]m'Id' mqTiiiiea I cheerfully communicate the result of opcr with oflt11e ;
;' Inwrtion!..KtAr..h\tHltot-int\ .$1 0(1( Extract "f Bllthu and SII\ a. 'and the lion. F. McIjcodi'Jlcpresentative'm; ;' but to tile whole AniorioHa-fpqopJq, whose lulutit
parllln. Ayer'M J ion and ob ,
crvlltlon. In deference
rcpnr Jnj-nc'a own exi-.sric/ice
Fatcheubscqucnthprrlton. ,.... Prepnratlons ]{IIBB' my ''
73 l+t hitters the of Florida. i liberties were, now atstokc m prison, a fair and
Domhigo and matters people
Kntntc and Lemil Xoticc3 to, bo III''fCI1 t'lio, aiiio'ns ; ', I'ipnmtlons' Jl00I1Rlld'8> 0 fmnn to till urgent ltnd'1.t'pc 'tM wish of Membersof all ,
Ditlor./Iuck llmr Jfcutoier. Tliompron's and Plialnn'a : I respectfully public trial was noV'tho necessity of the situ
lulvpillHemcnts. very
once of KlBnilnplpn the General I
oicji : Assembly, came to "Washington .
PbltimrNotlcdB is AdnilnlHtrator, for hleb the charge shell bu 13 tOO hair ingFlnetrra IVcpamtloiis'*"? *mid" other Toilet.Pntcllt'lfcdictlloB AHlcluH' \\ ell's StroiiEthcu-before the in February last, and have' remained hero until ''Your olicdienk/ servant, '. 'ation.: ,>. ." .at J ''T't, -.iV .,
rrlbutci of Respect qid-JlBrrijeoB ,.' WILKINSON CALL .My lieoploQbeMdoQ 'attempted whafyxntr
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charged ntaflvaiUBciiicrtlVJ tj | ? { ft ) J ifro&ssialltI } t : the present time. Congress had then already .. .
; "". -1 *.**I. ALSO, adopted measures for the exclusion of tho people .: .--- people denounced as a revolution- Jly pvopljjfailed
but' $ !
> 1 pvjople luiYpsuncrecln n revolution
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1[ auk uziptzs (atJst.L.,1 fljud States South, fromnrepresentntion. These lI"CENTS'AND INCIDENTS If THE' CASK- '
-- t ). ___._. .. L., --The 11I0.1,. cxti'ncivo, mid complete. stork of9i : measures have not since been in any degree modi MATE AT .FORTH 1I PIOMtOK.Ve 'which must prove'fliHasfrbus' td their librrtids' \u'rt-
less promptly, remedied' by legal cleelson, in.'thelr
1'sl. fi'dnnd all hope of theft change, until the elections
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW : )' ,. : disappeared. I, therefore, from the first,have directed \ continue our extracts from the deeply interesting my people with contemplating.' State sovereignty
.l r' J. rt' '0"" I J. roils efforts that the corner stone of. the Constitution; lias'hi'come ] -
to the furtherance ot
.Al\d ,' my important work of Dr. Craven believing. no- '
tly it'rLtffInnty,9TALLAHASSEE ; "nl'lIl.ho., French Zinc, Colors! Artists and PatnlcrniMKciiiila : interests of citizens of Florida growing out of thelaws a name: TliereT.Rriol'mger power, oqrill,
,, rIi\. : to liu liiuiid. In nny i octlon or thci'youth' nnd at thing we could select would possess a greater interest in any State; or nnmber-of 'States- :that' would
pnwd during the war, and events connected -
lrlcC8.b.lcb( ,nti ulHtclf defy e01llpl' i1loll., in dare refuse with tinkle of''Mr
TTElllalin,1nc"iincctliiVvrIOi''tUp1inn'o: ? llnsp'v; ; ? with the military occupation of the country,, the eyes of our readers: compliance :jvny.
,4 *- VJ'I-KIn, of Wa-MiiKton t'lty. "ttClulll1 thu per"rreh, and of which had Reward's bell.'.'. ,. ., .: > ; .:.5
to.tltese objects public concern )11': Davis then spoke of the restrictions placed '
I'lonof( cluinis(
bl'Cllre/he Departments: uud hllha'joln' Hint Tit' ) '
complained I
-/ Mt. sleeplessness
., EhIfICVS I.'('uMFlr's,'.,, : : 'i '1' ",.T."i" '1ttty, !1:1y' h.J: "mGLASS., I, been specially: committed by the General Assembly upon his reading) which he 'Bupp sed would aggravated the' lijnip :)( burning 'in,11 lJL-as
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m' to the charge of the delegation, riz : The release soon terminate if he was to bo placed on trial"Dookd 13'0
nil thlltll1f'cClu1dtcfl.ennt'lIl
'ar< A.,7, l'.EI ;,r.Ir\n1 F. 'I'I'Jn.l' 't\ of 01.i"H, Trcn'-l) Wad! Ci'vrnianriiito, Stained ] of citizens of FIni' Ida held as prisoners ; the would be inrlip1, usable to preparing his moments room night the, in'the'outcr. : If In
.4" Cut r.n'lIky'LIjht UII!!;''I'Jgl and! donblo tUlclaicsi.Piiro of offices and mail
,4 establishment pose routes ; the defense nor did he see how lie could bo denied
.. to the noiinof
:t1oru.o'Y fit, La Lv7, .e. assumption by thc State of the direct tax ; the relief free intercourse with counsel happened one fuyertelionouicnt,

4Af41SI E')1"I. m1JA. French*' Brandies i if' our people in East Florida from certain op- Books, if he could 1 grt them, would 'bo :'great him relies and ing the the guard in \t the|ff{ 1'xtoo.m. urousal into'hisaching
;; lamp pour itfrtllis glare
Offlre up rtii''! ( constructions of the law made the best-p'Olnt.
;; over the Slate Hani. Oillco hours by consolation. True) he had the Iwo
and throbbing eyesAiTTierci toustf be-'fl
Pruit U a. III. ,0 1p.minodtlotif2t"vp.'tu... y. Board of Direct Tax Commissioners for Florida ; ing to his Uilile nnd prayer-book but the mind
-_. I.t"- the restoration of churches and private nnd change In this, or ho would ga.c.cnfcy! ;of blind,or
------" Wines ami i\riaiskj.s property could not keep 'continually nt the height botjl- .
EDVTBK A. BBAB2T, then held by tho Civil and Military Authorities. strain of earnestness requited for their profitable .I i ,'
,In pursuit of these objects, I have had frequent reading. "That the papers and other publications GFl'CCT OF u tiff 4 rJSIlPlTCU.yj.Y'tt'AlCULUr"Doc'tor '
J !ttoi-3ao3 -t tX.zsi.-w: II/ For Moillclnnl! pnrn'1C'] : and n1' large supply] of other LI. with the Frcbiilunt' tho Members of his him he said "had
.C j *, quorx (for Ciuiiurnl.mu. :;, interviews I .of the day should be denied he could j'oucvcr llibcohaoiyirtncss ) -
"MADITOX: ri.v. I Cabinet, and with Lieutenant General Grant A I not understand-though even this would not be of being watched'Of. having nn eye fixedon

Will jnnftlce In' the, .ConrtB" ,of. ,tlioJUldle, Jndi'i.d; Circuit ,Bruch.Fouchlr & Co.'s respectful; and favorable consideration has been right when lie was preparing for trial." He would you every moment, intently Bpvulhifcingjjrpurmost

__ ___ ___" _.n _,__ Mi 15-tf givt n by them to our interests,and a disposition then require to know what phase of public opinion minute actions, niul ;Jhe variations! ol :onr
".v .;. 'JY C71SAMPAGNErS shown to administer the Government, so fur as he addressed ; for in nil such trial*-ana in countenance and pnstureV1 rThff ron ('irtiisnc i
: I. .1"J, ,, existing acts of Congress permitted, in such manner this ago of publicity-there must be two tribunals that the Omniscient EyeTrp't'A tipon uk7ht! 'e'ery
.L1..1:1oru.ey' rout "Tech"vv', ; I ns would] lighten our. burdens and restore one inside, but infinitely the vaster one outside situation, i.s the auo.sUconsoUngvUnd beautiful.bdlicf -
of tin
Solo In the
Agent only true Irportcdlhnnde
-"St.\ r d'1'i'J J 1-: country permanently the relations of peace and fl end-{ the To other in Butto-ha\ I. humllll vto,1
U : C'.irU': U'r, Luc J 01') and Sillury, nronunncud liy court-room. old English or rpligiou | ,CJ'C1' -
Will practice In the Courts of the Middle Circuit. nil connoin enrrt superior to any heretofore in ship. The clement disposition of the President, books for his perusal, what objection could be you in :cvery'mijmpnvc'fMaking\ ".),lecping,
dec 23-tt- % -y1 Jt L.L.L COli.lnnu.1 I is exhibited in his measures of public policy, urged ? Such indulgences' were given to.' the Kitting, willdng'ftr: lyJng'9o-v\4nins n rclinenidfit
.iiS. 1l..l'VE9'TCt'i"e' Special Atjent for\ the American; Vintu .gainst: wliiih Congress has arrayed itself, and worst criminals before trials; nnd''ye'll stterrun- of torture on anything thaCitfiirthches tip 8plttrf1hInrluliliol1
law tock uf their ccubmtc.I.'Uloluiu! brand
m-v.- 4' 00'- ,, I on hand. which are now broadly" in contest throughout the viction the prison libraries were open for' their evcr: lrearaed.TJhcjJ, .in UiflicJiginJ-
litre: 7Srcbw, : North. I believe him to be firm i ip tins policy, use. A mind no nctivo as his lind been 'fOr forty I ranee of cruel art onjy stjyfj.s; at the body ; and

'1'\, I4A Ilt.}'I.\, "fy l'ljprlal nrnvigcnwnts' 'iill: Muunfncturcrs nhd Im- and that, regarding it as demanded by tho Constitution years could not suddenly niauhiucryj ton 11he nerves have a v'crj'.iipjifcjd capacity of pain
Omen In tilt Monroe Building, ojipoi-lte the ftur- of Mr. portr-r of thin North. i.ilil In Europe warrant me'in not of the United States, he \\ ill sanction no pause. It,must either I have food a r prey upon This i is a 'micldetiingl.1fiCcs?!ant"torture'1 n'the

A. Ilcifiklnii .,,' ." -. a-, ....lud.. ..;.H I, only iMUlnt X'nuiintaclnL'Htock. lint thn ul r T. .1t."J.Rr'. mt'uifJI\l'tIUUC8 tTgiiofU- nt (rat cur pi'Ice': -InMiniPllncf acknowledgment is due for giving tin-great weightof for the purpose of 'netly torture, there could, be anll shaking the reasonby its incessant',remnfrencoof

r ; t 'rln, .(!Jo" 'Ii'I'.. 1QagbAND .., _( .... ...t t r'JI1III oM'ii IvD illinn tI'UI"PONfttlo"- his official recommendation in fayor gf lhe'release ifo color of reason for withholding from him 'nay miserable pain. ''Letting a single drop
; of our citizens ill confinement and the reliefof books'or papers dated prior to the war." of walcr.faU tboahead cy.cry tixty Reconds docs
examination fiid'ui
_An \ of ii'llc'cij'ill these '
vlntc"menti .
ray our people in other respects. Upon all occasions not hurt at first, but its victim dies of
SOLICITOR ix ciuscwt.TALLAUA '. '. in lr, JuM 8.Was to' no 'called fo the prisoner, raving,(
'I.u.rtlCUI when I have had such applications to make whom I had not scrti for ft week. Entered with ony, it js alleged, if the inflictionbGponUnuedn

f PI'I' FyIJaler -- PKE3H GARDEN SEEDS. to him! they have received n kind and prompt attention Captain E. A, Evans, officer 6f the (1:13Found "The torture of being incessantly watched \"io
c in 31! rite U.ink InrtTdinyl --" .- -- )[1'. Davis relapsing and very dispondcnt; "Complained \, body
Store ., .. _,, v., r.c .' t'"' ,''i'4lrlfNeuiVillc It. Most of the subjects of public interest committed again:: of intolerable pains, in Ill: head. hut more enectlve. as the mind is' more puRrfc-rlfi?
-w.-, I "Ai 11 u \rj..iil"\tlLSn.t by Jhe State to our charge have been partial Was distracted night and day by the .upcoasing ble of the' pain.:. !!The Eyfof/Oniniscierice: ) lookupon. )!
." .. ..8. -rdf'I"J] fCCnnlp1id11Cl'and I hope will ultimately be tread pf the two sentinels .in his roomand the us'with .tenclernC5S.( ;tt j cqinpassiQ.nfev'eJi
I entirely so. gabble of the the outside if conscious/..guilfwo.have.the comfort of
: ; 'Butler & Go, .:J i iSArJ ).an.r.o.. Messr s. Mullory jsuyuico have ]been released I murmur cell. He or 8uicfh.s] casemate, guardslo,ns.ltl.fOfmclJ) for knowing"that" ] Eye"seesilbet-:oitr repentant .

fl'b G.Crn on parole. Favorable and vast const ructions of Is( firrhcd But tIc! human! eye fo: rl' ectt1'p-on you Is llii'

tll.iil4A't *i r' t ? fWHOLESALE . -_ ____-. . _____- I I.J. '.'.'.' m\\. imve, been obtained from: the. Co'mniksion- roof n l'Ll11'c.rOo11l.br made it n'perfect tho whispergallery InqnisidonT I in which eye ol'a spy. oc enemy, ;gloating In the pain and

:A ._, 5et cRs "ns.o wIII.I.UIQ'! .IJ : ,.. of Internal Revenue, which will restore their and repeated '. Tho tor- humiliation Which itselfcrektes: hare lived too
I t 'If er all sounds were jumbled
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"" AXJ ,"'.\ DCAI.KHS" : IS I J.. .ifj. .SAXDEn-o... . ., (...Ttr. ,.nX80X. ., pr9perty to some needy poisons. An order has ment of his!'head was tso, dreadful, he feared he long in thewoods"death toibe'irighlcnod by an otrT,
been i issued restoring churches and private property must lose his mind. Already ,tia memoryvia- and ]rave' seen toft oftf u..to dread any.foriH

OODA 010jjTcnj in Florida its owners, post offices und ion and hearing, were impaired' JIo, hall l. Itut ofpail, But IconfceslD9 OJrKlbi tortm-c.aaf

'" txatr Il tr PA Iftf rhqU routes cbtabh'bhed, pardons granted, nnd, the gins ol one kft and the glaring. being\ lltClbt'gina'to thJay on' 1111 relts6n.
1L1 II Sfr...Jr ; I .S : DBRS"O.P'' & WILKINSQlT t,q: generally;'a kind disposition on the part of those w whitewasjicd reji walk' ,wjcro.rapidiy. deslroj,,this The lamp burning In my room'.a11 ll1ght wontseem ]

.._ ut, a immediately connected with the Government lie pointed t qa crevice< in Inc wall Where his" bed a torment devised byrs6mevrne.-n'hofhad
'" h at n V l.UJ1.i1 .11 t1J1 (found expression in these practical ends. :Many had beef{, explaining: that t he"had changed t<5 the intimate knowledge of my habits my custom
: cases unjust seizure of property, and claims, avoid its'sic hitc'' : baying been; thrau' b.iiib iiCNTi'ta sleep.exceptltl
; ;>, rARLon'-JSJ) OFFICE U'U ; WHOLESALE DEALERS IX other side to 35Po1:9 ,
.. ... ,.V, against! citizens arising! out of former relations to I Of the trial he 1m the Government, and out of Iv.Vs. passed uuring I nothing. This"loolccl ns if tiff' iaaictrficnts' wereto TidsconversaUon'b0 fi>
STOVES ti tiP wl the war, embracing important and vnlunblo interests be suppressed, and the action of a militarycommission cal aspect I deemed it my duty. to communicatethat
; have been presented to tho Government substituted. If FO, they "might"'do afternoon to'.>Mov general Miles;who could
$ VDJ .:4 .r. YAa )JWl S&& t.n l ADlI.LEIlY. and received a fa5r hearing. and in some cases with him ns they pleased, for hewOnot plead, not remove the'"lJ.fjipa1t
AI.IqTgE1t.1TTC'LE: Lellti r'TUE relief but leave his ctusntorthejusticeof tho,,.future. that it should be screened at nighcso thaftnoflirect -

-ttLtH. <. ns4o5t K. ,I'1 The assumption of the direct tax by pie State, As to taking his life,. that would bo tlie greatest 'ani\ glaring ]JCanR'Ehbeld:: .to.thrq'l\-u 'ii6

I Dlm'YSfH'\LL 'nndilio suspension of proceedings under' the )boon they could confer on him, though for (the .the prjppivcis eyesi, ; '." ? at

-HOUSEF URNISHIWG-BUSINESS UNDBIl ST. Commission being dependant to some extent on sake,of his fiimilyhe. ; .might. regret the. manner d of Third July 20.-Callail o\1.lrJDavls'J; Captain offlrer Mortal
I'ennsylvan'm-nrdliefTrjdn2 of tin1dayyftncTof
,. the legislation of Congress, remains undecided. its taking ,
.' '' ) trdboi.1Yas
coUirf '
MilG* ( ,.mfl'P1
')}'-'J.45'Brou''hton'Street' Major. Gee is still in confinement, but there is rociuqstcd. -
< June Dl: & nut o'fgorts a'ce'ill'teauletetl. -
doubt of his nod release 10-r-Mi. tqfipll by l3jv; >if-4j;. .LsGtnO r.a .STREET scarcely acquittal
? : tlialli., clean; linen; td'be '- '"
; Complained' .
N rccckcd nport UaUpjlJuictiva4V&i.Tioi"Fpund :
lf 'J I. nnd'urgent
In the
C/l to inquiries
: response numerous '
> L..4.1
r not
J. -- Miles list
S.AXXA 0..IIqI e sent over twice it wcek'hy'Gen. )fl\. PavhinWcfP&alstnervous -lu
shall ;
fr6m 1 remain '
. ',' requests our:people, Hen Miles had tlkf'n"'ehllrgc 'of "
been received: (
i.aa rr l .o( v here so Icjng as I can render them auy scrvl e.. 5clel/ility-re'xlk-ni7i';; nis-'miftlnior dt.
All ordrir promptly CUcJ at ,the lowest market price's.iiil : SA SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, In ''reference to tho'politol .condition pf ,the his c1othing;.Qnd ,Isel'lUod' ta think n change of ppndent than ever heretofore p-WanppetltegoniB,
; .; linen twice a week enough. It might Iw so- in livid and .
I'rA' Southern States especially complexion pulse denoting deep prqtration
1 country, as affecting,the

[ 1 U:Cm _'__-_, -'. __ __-_ 'I1ryTfllf..4kJ: -- -----R$-,,-; Lr, L.tl.. ,,I'am of vindictive opinion that denunciation, notwithstanding which constantly the nnee lIasso'tmsscttJut was- dcniM.1- The now General this.I'hcd..alQw might know no-- alarmed o('arfd all the realizetl.pUysicpl' tili ]talnfUIganxlety lbresponathlltde'bf _!
m-rce 1f 15'tlom".IImcmber of
matter but
thing of the :
of Con > "pbsltlnih l'U he wcre
: emanates fl'onsome Members ,
4)iIJY: G'tEIIRLICE7 his staff was negligent.' It wan pitiful they could diq I in t .itl1ou to"!'sutih6evcnj.ic
the rri.aonall triMnliiect
nroWaoLE9A1.E 111i'll in Iho North, great
: ) : + I it SAVANbAH ip gress and prominent not send his trunks to ins cell, but must insist on had been 1 intictvdot
of -und truth will 'render the } 4 lust |}tt nufileJ
,DEAIf.J. \ IS- rt Ml M M i. I success influence of their humanity measures impossible ; and that, thus doing out his clothes, as though.ho were a frame the; vorldwouVl &fnLnjint cbnclusiqns,
I If tie,oWect Wasto
merit convict in somu penitentiary, but conclivilon l frth euoits! i'f'?,19t'fpass them
: and Goods have the even 1
their vindictive
if menaces
Millinery Fancy Dry
degrade him, it must,/ail.. None could be de. hltO"hllllo1ry.' It seemedWm'oel4ne! frftnklT
W of un honest purpose instead of being,the means '' ,
T RIMMING?l P,CES,''S LKS AN'fWHM' GCCDS, TE-AJL 'BtIER of a party "'success, time' licl ret1 rllon\vIii satisfy graded by but'unmerited the insult heaped' he 'day1 tpollJlclp''would' Weal t adije to Ute honor of Americarand. the far
I lessness perpetrators. turo of our i
the nt that there i is net, in the glory struggle fuFlpajj.naahexi3leneg,
j country largo his
*** > "Couulantly oti head largo Basoitinetit nature ef things any policy possible success to- come that our For people himself would'sufferings bo ashamed he" was that this, result should vnoj happen\l.i:, I .. T'"MfTavls

h (ugDasD usriSnunnilHats > jv wards the So.71hcl1ItII.'I other than that adopted treatment. would do him good With his people asked me conld1 not ihij'bo < o"otobeltcr
1M .flt'1' J undergoing his condition
'I 'J''I: : ''Vrii'1"16t : j by the P 'cs!lcnt. (the South !) 1venthose who Jin.dii>pposed him a trial befurer-deathaTheaefClrtt, or secure hlm'theJusttcijfnt'6f Ida to

Cars.jj Bonnets' & Straw- Goods., ; 69 AND ,71 BAY STREET.SAVANN.i".Ir. 'our When'disposition, as is every to deal day humanely beiug made und justly;apparent) with, would be kept silent, if other,not won over*by public be establish \..! 4 CtUediiuid !there people:had nQ

..trail 1'Eyey deeeriptioli! or. rtFANOY' the shall!! be generally known, und it is seen sympathy. Whatever opinions chief might victim country jioiv.but..nierici Jtwns foe the honor
negro clear heaa.Milcctcd as "
held, it was f"'Anfliricb{ not less than fiir.Tiia( own/audLfflV
GA that his best gf improvement and elevation .
AND' 'L'A1)JES'dOODS bearing the burden ,of IrufilietnJkhtred'nvhkhshoultj justice to his eause'tliatlte-f7teiSded .

L .- r t ,-* 1 t.Vo C: is to dance bu found which in tlie exists contunuce between of ua that,,as inter laborers-ac- tie(afore equally; distribu.tejl.; "M. Askured Mr.LainT thah c ,(tTdrt'bf arlf or

AT y rSaAr.B.Orderi pen and emplovees:1when, us events are now forcing Sunday, July .11,-"Was ficpt for.?by Mr. Davis, such skUl an I po*48 i jhould: b&wantidg far

CouDtryJl1l1nAl'd.8UPIII. ffomptly Altouded to. \ a '. I on the public mind, proper weight shall be givento and called in company w Uh Captain'I .O. Bick, ; )hi,l-benpllj,(:.Thcw. (Wromeawjii,,conlersatwfllog
\ _.. 00nO moral excellence, nndnumber lev, officer of the'day.: : t. !' various; .topics\ ; & divert LS niiridl frojuth
: ,Ii' the energy; the'' afllicrions' jinod'tt'71rsu t *** Pl''"> *
desponding ftlltjesof ere
Found :
. white and prisoner
rA ,
; of ourSouUheru. population ,.
L." K S M J 1 H. &. CO. the conviction'gnuw ground thai we of the South his sight troubled him, and his. .nights"'-almost M TO. .".,.0. "._.'.'_,' ,,=-" .''il". t **rt

t l .WWEIi.ST.tANDRTWS"'IIAJJiJ, p-. &4> 9 : ,,1' ,.',! '.-U\M? 0.lOfi.tV.lr.'fAu/ are solving'ns we will do, if extraneous peini- without sleep; Ills present treatment.shorter-wQ\'k wifs kin A )1\'snmous VrcnOS:lsnO jiN "Ftltti'Alittle ="
I and he
( J I I dune influences jlo not prevent, moro successful ing him by inches; Incident' 'occartM 1i*U fefflcffywterdav,
/ $ al c ri Street I hit "He had hoped
PROPRIa7To.a. other have done-tho problem could be made of torment; Jj
1 ly than any people ehittmpy.lcdYote2 PQinTat+ tap:.LIit(
.i iaIg2iJ.JQQR; rltQ 1fDndrelToX1'r'' crnauclputimi of the.Bluck; race jmd theirCoUUltapd long since for a trial, 'which thould bepufcMend trio l'moo.n.lJi.( 1
h pf tUq ; lJi.I' WI.1iCilFLIIv.t..Ab1) r t'.Y
) A t tT P T? .P1- ; therefore with 'some r semblance1 fairness\
there.will bq no ground,
NAIi OS HAND AT WBOLKBALE ALL KINDS Improvement deferred mafein"'' hill heart sick.-.-. shy j1 1 oj$; ills 1.n trot ,J1 iL.1II\r l- a sudden nUlsjllst.Q.f.
!sALt. ttIA.inpxiairw of either polities or philanthropy, on which ngl- but hope was' absurd 'insinuation :Rltjavud; ;; turning, found that asmallTiirdsimetuinglea's
- to ':, .:10'1 WriBISOUIT tutor! ctin''excite the public]\ mud against: ua;!,. It t The odious, malignant and tt ; J.J"lil1
: iiyni IIPartOYa.u
... .1. '. with such proofs of endue that hff was connected In some'mttnner.wlth' the
fiat eneigy;
I OKAOKEESgiKE3JUM )Is'j traugo ; assasKtim- IIJ'CJJJt\9> il3 iiccL alxultBrla'l -poaiPthiphtynttknupon
WM : L / rance; and faith In our convictions as we gave: in great crime and follyiofMr.Lincoln's it, luH pf rcbwl upon.ilio nil .\ithtnI'

.I.io : 'rE'J\B E.LER'p'J.qy x .: 8 iO 3B Ii l"1 i11i five'yearS' of w,arr they 8htnim, hava any'dpubV>\ pttlie lion,')\tIl- his chief personal tnotvvea of vindication 1IQ' earn; footrotbwhero"} >ITerearrttttno:'': r !n) ulsei
W1I6bslLJr I J :.1t.f t ;fur, .) on surly opportunity
'.. practica.1 energy vf(*U. pC01 .us rtly desiring ; ill( "T \ ilnD ithIsas'hewoe'evtdentymadeLha wlisueritrwaa.aimerean
fwd o1I,
Ilakotl relations with Gov. But
Fresh to show, in our renewed thu anti gsCed tI er.ofgwct.ort.evU
,A N Dn P"ftP5 -w <* ** l' uf United 'States=vhlclj representative-whose person '''th rfceti B9 ernmtnt and people the ;, aYmeatendP' ur-1 "nP .end'
Wtafa* Wllttift'ho argued'Itld'd( ld- '
I r7 goy4 f CiiihtbM.1 tlieso qual- tho seceding
have Ju
_ .u'OF'.A.LL ItINDS. !; ) >ExrSsiyo we accepted ho'vetinorestirwigrrvdosiroil. ibpthnn-YBdiiou j1911JtI\L.w9lJl\} utlltQu,: I)pIp ll4rAV uB'n
itiea, of which we gi, e .eouvuicing proof, still ed, .U gCf4.leq'ltIt, hjf. nr.itt'PCIII J
_. 'Stree't -
a.oe-"OdD.rie ,_ In brtialf of thai defeated?Wit to him
the be hoard
all to
triumph ,
to over and rlih'lgto
belong 11$ >Venui9t : man ) duet thiea prerud In ache i1'.1iVn 11hl')
(O,M l'r.> :ifBtfH. 3 AszT.> -el full + f"nt1f .r 1'otAArri1y tocuHICB"which war, def'cllt'nntl YlndlctI"tf feeling sacred cause. Tho defeat he accepted,"a* it 1f4 5,;(itl,rl,.tt"1.4; ;.tof' s .
Steamboats all nlJftlllid in uathI1' have has to
V.A.N'N"AU; OEiORCFIA. Navy, Shipping, has thrown o: shall throw our accept '"'II- '," .J .. .
k.of lids
, -. :,. r.-yfl i..1 !" every confidence( our swces .aml 4gttatcloubtthat l but to,viudjcate thetheory .tuull ju Perhaps some-r.l or.npighbosthotXQn1 Y
> thecity
1 Jlll\U-Sm .. .' ..' '., J ,, Southern States to their Ctw. jhowin by t4i I\Ul4oriiy 1.he tonstitu)
,. ioil ah n / "we'elialj t }restore our ( be ablajftjwpliajl'tlio'tolrbunistaaoe. It ww tit
C. GOODWIN. /:/A.'S.: .WOODS. ,;'rs3AlOOr. lrr .i ,: ( ) former prosperity, And coiumeiici a career of increased tiou and glut VatAw* 01 the Country,Uiat hU pco lea' dyltorting jnSt alter wo had transcribed I tie
: : I ..'.."Ii d', ; development. I have un abounding faith pie had only Asserted a right had fownuBed warlilio nc\vs.iiotttWtWw.-.1G+aan (Ga.) 2 ck.VW' .
&WOODS Ii' .11 : .frog t. t' Mud iu I crime this wad tlmiVfhi'Vtf'-11"1" labor whichlU4COVld.iiuposo
GOODWIN -.t :. 1: iu our Southern people, our country. ; S '& to .
him apuWicf-.dutyo"/Mr 10 j'.m r "'
w J JULES L'ii ,.p-i. I .1 imye tbnnd amongst the Northern people wliat- on r. te i' 1
." ,
i ""- a. "..I11 '," their opinions during-tlur "watyinuny Thins t # splklt r JrJ'fllhi kuiPie] rte let rta'.nrn.r .J .. 1,1

,Paperaiid: Paper Stock nil .tL 1i' "' J .I.u' r evideno ever were Stof: kind feeling towards us W, must fat teens uf q' rlhaph. r:\. .ns th.oallubliQ1J1411 lalot4iwl9tL 't'ins titlKaaYe* r'ortJ+[aatgluU.bi lllikdooeithJr1i1151.'l.u1.4r1l11.1 i
!( ,! 1U V
1'rontptlYurefnllrsw'.a declamation iOJulonl X\iijiiJu* J'tud&KltyinstUuiJiUV
not consider the wild: I
.s STREET Ni"Oider} of Statcj highest; tfCUjarklug Lceii't'u a getliu ma1.lng nen a5d woraGY
< NO. 57 ANN bu which we read In the newspaperaMttthe: lation the to 11r I that alto!
ad 1ett G en> IiiS8au arid \VilIl Ru.. Street, .I'u& "V and Iclh.t'I'e(1"- feeling of the North, or allow the defiance natural : ;, that if loa were given any choice of counc.el, Mr., thousand years without T\IJ1 w making repeat. one

tic 3sr 33v -von., !*: to our men, even in delta) an'l iflcrinj,, to, F1 src tIJ.11'HI o* thwo whe o aiUUeln! ltiou"ht it W'-nli

WntJnj,.I'dnHnj and lama'pcr may 8S-3m march 2T-3m

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..b"lOn0,.. I STAYNER
Mullftce of President L.
I: Washington Correspondence TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. posea i the COD.Ulutlc-Dna Amendment ,

.1+111, 3 rtbimtf - --.- -. -- -- AL'Z::rJ:"pf, Junr22,191t0. waoassata aso"AIL tiMiw nt

CORlIE\'f'! :PDtWf.J) GENERAL NEmJ. talo Congress the follow .
[FROM orn OWN Tl.e Pridei lies scat :
OLIVER. %ASnlNOTO" June SJO.-The President! U endear In relation to the Reconstruction
DY SHOBER .&.....:..- How cud by w horn wl 1 1 the Constitutional 'AnKtidment be urln>c to secure the release of all American citizens lug; message CJROGERIISloes
Paunch It is believed Amendment to the CdnstltuUoo t
dent to the State*-A Mexican Speculation Scheme- now held as Fenian prisoners In

;fijI''f ,reaeaa ,rue ai Why the "Republicans" are 10 Eager::
Mexican "Republic"-War with Mexico wDl bec'omeWar The Democrats In Congress with perhaps the exception I submit to Congress a report ofthe Secretary \\ Liquors &c.

with France. of Senator Harris, Maryland, endorse the of State, to whom was refeiicj l;the concurrent ,
"WASHIXGTOX, June 21,1860. call of a Union Convention at Philadelphia This resolution of the iSth last, tespcctng"the" sub-
aJhryryyyrrA'f A resolution passed the Home on the 15th Inst., Ie 1 considered by them paramount to all- other political mlsalon'to the Legislatures of the States of an ed- TALLABAS8XS, FLA.
.... requesting the President to transmit to the Govern. Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, bAA been presented ilitional article' to the Constitution of the United

ors of the respective States, the amendment the with $'' 000 to assist In rebuilding the Orphan Asylum Suites.
.., Constitution which line passed both Houses of Con- of that city, by a committee of the War FrUo- It will be Been f from this report that the Secretary
had the lath Instant, transmitted OLD OLD
known what action ncr Association of State on ?
It Is not yet publicly
gress. to the Governors of the several States, certified
Tallab.., .Saturday. June 30. 1866._ tho President has taken In the matter, or whether FIRE IN BCHENECTADT. copies of the Joint resolution passed on the I MAGNOL5VTIESK GNOLSVTIISEE

he will direct the Secretary of State to send 13th Instant proposing amendment to the Const -

Mr.JOB A. GWTBB It Oar General Agent and 1aatborUed tho copies of the amendment, or not. If he recognizes MAIN AND TUB AMENDMI.SemiasiCTADT tution. Even In ordinary times nny question I '

Cf1' to wcelre mtaeriptloDi and lollclt adTertl.Ing, the two Houses, as at present constituted, us N. Y., June 26.-The extensive amending the Constitution must be justly! regarded -:

monle and receipt for the MIDI. the lawful Congress of the country, lie will probablydo Locomotive Work at this place have been destroy. as of paramount importance. This importance
collect so; and this shows the great error which he committed ed by era Lose, three hundred thousand dollars is nt the present time enhanced by lie '
and five hundred hands thrown out of employment. fact that the joint resolution] was not submitted OFFERS TDK FOLLOWING LIST OF ARTICLES 1'0'TIlE
in so\ recognizing them for a single moment ACCORDING TOFLVC'fUATIONS
GEORGE 8. Roux has been confirmed as i AuorsTA, ME., June 20.-Oov. Carey manifests a by the two Houses for the approval of the PUBLIC AT PRICES OP NEW! YORK AM
Mr. after they had violated the constitution by refusingto desire to convene the Lrirlitluturcs for the Ratification \ Resident, onl that the of thirty-six: StaU composing MBW OKLXANS MARKETBJ:

collector of customs.at Fenmndinft.. admit the Representatives from tins Southern of the Constitutional Amendment, If eulllclent the Union, eleven tr. 1J::luded foul representation -
...,. have passed an ordlnanco States. By doing so, he has involved himself In this number of States concur In the same action to-accomplish in cither House of Congress, althoughwith TEN BABBELS NEW MESS POSK,

The City Council Macon dilemma. If these Houses are Congress, then two- the purpose. the single exception of taxes they have been

requiring brick sidewalks to be laid on thirds of them have the legal right and thu power to FROM WASHINGTON. entirely restored to all their functions as States, in By .. Barrel er) Pound;

all the streets within the fire limits Can Tallahassee amendments to tho Constitution, without conformity with the original law of the land,and

pass any WASHINGTON, June 2(1.-The precise position occupied Senators ONE HUNDRED SACKS
National by -
P In this the Democratic members of Congress In have appeared at the Capitol
db likewise regard to the action of the rr sldent. caw, by the
__.-.t... --- transmission l of reference to the Union Convention called at 1'bila- and have been refused admission to vacant -
order the .
Beauregard visited the Liverpool Exchange If the President does I dolphin 1 is thus edited: They arc favorably disposed seats. Nor have sovereign people of the nation IINE-OROUND LIVERPOOL SALT.
Gen I the "amendment" to the respective States, the of rsprosfcsing
becoming towards such a convention. Belle\'lng'that tile representation been atlordcd an opportunity
short time ago, where his presence Speaker of the House will no doubt take the responsibility Southern' States In ; not their views upon the IniporUnt question which Fre Ii-Grouiid MeR.
known,great interest was escitep, and of directing the Clerk of the IIoun'and the only a right. but a necessity to the and the amendment involves. Grave doubts, there-
pmsperityotime country, they me willing;, there- and justly arise aa to whether Clan, eeaemotly 011 keod.
the newsroom rapidly filled Secretary of the Senate to do so. foretoco-oper'atexltirtime Union Convention for fore, may naturally with the Fran WLJHWMatboa
-I ,W ,*." Tho practice hitherto has Invariably been, for that purpose. But If It shall be prevented from Its the action of Congress is in harmony
amcndmenttUo the Constitution to be transmittedto original and patriotic design:; for the foundation of a sentiments of the people, and whether in such an RIO COFFEE !
'The receives a daily list of At of the States should be call PRIME
:Macon Telegraph the States by the Secretary of State, new purl, they prefer clinging; to their own. issue the Legislature
the Central Railroad, by magnetic respective present the Democrats seem desirous to further tho ed upon now by Congress to decide respecting ,
the seal\ of the
properly authenticated by great taut emen\\ the ratification of the proposed amendment.Wiiiving .
the morning
4elegraph, and publishes them on United States, and by order of the President It Chnrjri-, affecting the private character of Gen.Kllcatrlck the question aa to the constitutional arEAS.

before the arrival of the trains, so that parties would be very strange if the Governors of the respective Mlnloter to Chiil, arc mid to have been validity ol the proceedings of Congress upon tlie
We presented to the Statp Department; if trne, It will Ovop wdr, Japan, and I 8tfn i can know when to look for their goods. States should take the bust notice of no doubt cause his speedy return.It joint resolution proposing/ amendment, or as Imperial, .)

agree with The Savannah Advertiser that "both "amendments" which reach them through any other Is though thut the House will adhere to its tax to the merits of the article which it submits

institutions." channel, or without deli authentleixtlon. of five wutsoii colton, wl.kh111 cause a conference through the Executive Department to the Legis- :
Telegraphs are great committee The action of that committee will tures of the several States, I deem it proper to
... ,'.' The resolution offered by TIUDDECB STEVESS, in be In the Senate amendment taken the Secretary; of Tallow
probably a compromise observe that the steps by White Chiae Cut. fcr TaMe CM; ad Draws
To .CUBE A FELON.-The Journal Medicine the House, on the 15th Inst., to lend S:.>0KX>,000 to mind the rate he fixed at 3V! cents.I State::! as detailed in the accompanying report,are Fine a* VarioM Oradaa.
Is movement on behalf II. Str.ither, of W Virginia, has been confirmed and In
recommends as a cure for these troublesome the Mexican Republic, simply a to be considered as purely ministerial, no I

disorders, that as soon as the part begin to swell, of certain speculators, of whom JOHN C. FHB- The as Secretary Consul of to Treasury Buenos Ayrcs.will redeem all crrtifi- sense \whatever\ committing the Executive amendmentto to an 1 Flour Sweet Flour Sour t

saturated witn the tincture of lobelia should )!ONT and BENJAMIN F. BUTLER are the chi'jf. These cafes of Indebtedness falling! due after August 31st, approved or a recommendation of the
cloth, felon and speculators offer for sale shores In certain enterprises with al'crnllntl'r.'st thereon, if presented for redemption the :State:! Legislatures, or to the people. Ou the CODFISH & Ho. 1 MACKEREL.
This kills the and ,
around them. of tho letter
be wrapt in Sonora, Chihuahua and Lower California. If this on or before Judy. contrary, a proper appreciation
id said never to fail if applied in season. spirit or the Constitution as well as of the interests
will rise
resolution passes the House, their "shares" MINISTER TO BOGOTA. of a National order,Imrmony and union,:and a BREAD : -
-- s. in value, if it pusses\ botli.Housus, they will com WASHINGTON< June Ex-Proviblonal Governor due deference for an enlightcuptl] 1 p\b:judgment,
J. WILKES BOOTH.The Natchez Democrat mand a high premium. It looks very much, at pres Johnson, of Georgia has been nominated by Vrcsi- may at this time well suggest a doubt whether Boston Biscuit, Soda Biscuit,

.. says a letter from Berlin, received by a gentleman ent, at lilt would pass both Houses, as nil the Republican dint Johnson as American Minister to Bogota any amendment to the Constitution ought to h* Wise BUcvlt And, Pilot Butter Break Crackers.Whiskies Oyster. CiMkanv

ot that city, stafs positively that J. Wilkes members are committed to Its support. It proposed by Congress and passed to the Legislatures .

Lincoln is ia'Ber- of be vetoed the President, but I CONGRESSIONAL.WASHINGTON" of the several States for final decision\ until
Booth who killed President will, course, by Wines.
Senators and Brandies
at one of the theatres should not be at all surprised If It should then pass June 20-The Freedman's Bureau after the admission of such loyal ,
lln engagement States
playing an unrepresented
rill\ ))I8SI'the Seiint'; to-duywitli an amendment tothe Representatives of the now
IIi that city. Congress by a two-third vote. ; House bill which pm'inptorlly confirmed the as have !been, or may herenfter be, chosen in conformity -W1ZISICIES :
_,_...M. of laude under Sherman's or- and laws of the
will Constitution
At soon us this takes place, these "bliares" negroes in possession \ with the

GEN. ROBERT Tooires.-"Wo haw no doubt,, command a high premium. As they have been liberally der. The Senate: amendment lauds Is to that their the owners negro: ,shall excepting United States Old Cabinet 1 Iky, by the barrel or...nOll ;
of the 27th inst. > surrender Sea Inbnd! June 22 18(50.( ANDREW JOHNSON. OM Cabinet w hl.ky, by th* COM of IVbcitUa;
says the Macon (Ga.) Telegraph, ,, distributed among the Republican members: thane sold for tac: ; The bill is to continue X Rye Whliky,by the ca.. .f 11 bottle* ;
that many of Gen. Tonmbs' friends will be gladto your readers can see at once thu motives! which underlies in force for throe ,years. It goes i uaek to the House Accompanying the message of the President :X Rue Whliky, by live b&rn1u a ;:
House bill amendatory of the! the of the Secretary of State anuounc- Ocauiue Scvtck Nhlaky.BRANDIRS.
the report
Congress passed
hear of his health and present place of resi their action. But while the Republican members
organtle act of Washington Territory It makes tie i iu that !J1" had, in conformity with the proceedings
dence. We have been informed on reliable au- generally are thus allowed to pay th"mich"clhandsomely hchi-lono:; of the Territorial itfctlaturo.:: biennial In- ; which halt i5!"Q adopted by him, in the year :

thority that he is living in London, and was in for their support ot this measure, they' .,tuiiJ annual, and\ Increases the compensation oiuitirbcrs 1SOO in regard to the! proposed: and afterwards
not allowed to the rich tiantat that the originators from three to sU dollars per dry of the Constitution '
are reap
Amendments boflfc, for FamQr sue ,
good health] a few weeks ago. His wife expects Tliu Pr .ldelltlU\s approved the LIB for tho disposal adopted', Congressional Choice Brandy
of the schemo have in view. That Is ruui-rvid of the United States concerning; the prohibition Peach Brandy-good.
to join fiim in London in a short time. of tho public lands lor hoiuesteiuU on actual settlimunt -
for FRKMOMT, ROMUUO, BEX BUTLER, JUAREZ, iuid In the States Alabama, Mississippi, Lou- slavery, transmitted to the Governors CA'i sPan
'.1> BAUTA.ANNA, for they are all doubtless In the! scheme. Uiima, Aiknntus and Florida. of the several States certified conic of the joint

"Ou THE SHAME, Ac."-There is a statement in What these unscrupulous men contemplate, and ardently Nothing of Interest III the House. resolutions, together with a certificate and circular Schlrdana Holland Sduuppa(Ma ', In qiurta aad pint

the following local item from The Columbus Sun deblrc to bring about, Is war vtth Mex'uv, in MARKETS letter.'C.
ID another evidence of the noble bearinln. ((1) ._..--- _w send GovhtaJ1ast
which ,
; wrest from that country, fri Bitters: ;
order that they may New YORK, June 2 .-Cotton firm at 9S@:1Oc! .
fro y<'ar'ago of those who now can't understand why their own selfish ends, those three rich MexicanStates : flour! declined 5 to 15c; sales 700 barrels; State atS01dtu8'Jti0 "Why Hans you have the most" feminine" cast Drakes kitten Plantation MUSTS;
not cordially received and fawned upon by Ohio! :S 50 to $1375 Southern, $1015 of countenance I have ever seen. "Yaw, was Dinner ; .
are ;
they The passage, Into a law, of the resolution! I for dat-mine Cud itW of Branil" Gin sal Whi.ky.WINES
Southern Society Wheu! such statements as the. *17. till :!'rly, "I know the reason .
; offered by THADDECS STEVeNS, can only result hi
following' "keep breaking out" In all the Southern Wheat: dull and notations( nominal. moder'wfts a n tmma..Pas: :
war with Mexico. There are thonpunds of law less Com declined 1 t to :-'e! ; hales 00,000: bushels, at 89 to91c. .
and Northern papers, the feeling in, "I eraell blood eastern bbls. at ,----.-- -- -,--- --
Bfefllrm. tales CSarat
I'oik .
well 10,000
spiiiUhcro und In the cities, as as in, heavy; One Quart- of French ;
every time I come near them." The Sun says : Texas and on the Rio Grande frontier, who are only *:tt to Jbi: Lurd unohunped. WUlokey dull. 8u- : REf 1;i. Pun fort vrint (of Grape arum UM :Pr itCj of Ear
We are Informed that the Vestrr has called Rev. Mr. I'ur11'11I ; sales 1:),OOO hhds.; Muscovado at ISc., WHOLESALE AND I ?.?..,) ;ey +*.*. botllu. .. r r gallon.;;:
\Vlngflold, of Norfolk, Vs., to the Pastorate of the Episcopal waiting for the passage of this resolution to rush to Havana: 1R 'e. Coffee dull at 18c. Naval stores dull. e Ilalutra n iw: :: uy.as attic. 9" rJk'G i itnioithmgWIIme
church In Columbus. He Is said to be a fine preacher, Chihuahua, to precipitate themselves Into Mexico:: FrUghts; bttady. '; C5ieAIMS : l, ll1r> d'.
and Is the of the Key. Mr. Wlngfleld, who on accoun I
eon STOH3S.G
of his sympathy for the Confederates, was sontoncod ti to join the "Liberal" hordes tacro, and to cause New VOUK:, June 30.-Evening,-Five-Twenties, .
weep the streets Norfolk some two jears ago. IuI: nLIA.N'8 government a great deal of trouble. ia: %; Sevcii-Tw unties, IftiJi.Go.d AND POR1'LlttJefreys'
.. 15tJ.to 15!!.
-- This, of coarse, will Involve the United States di- / Ale, AHuop'i India Pale Ale, Gain****' ll'Qllk

The following criticism of"Miss\ S uw is se. rectly in a war with Mexico. The Radicals protean 700; NEW) hales ORLEANS. at :;:S@0ee.:, June Stock 26-on Sales hand of 112,000.cotton today W. & A. 51. SCOT1' & CO. Stout, Bya...' LondwJ outer.

.. less She has only "proven her faith by her to believe that in such a war wo should make an Gold 154. Bank rates of :Sterling. 1(57. New

"work" While the papers that thus criticise her easy conquest of Mexico, and would quickly expel York Exchange: %discount OB.a.OOOS.dountM8f1or.: .

-clamor for equal rights to all colors they raise a MAXIKILLUI "restore" the Republic tberBut !!.- NEW Tons, June 7.-The cotton market Is firm
In cadiKM( ef a71bS..s./ :
at 88 to 40c. GulI.1'5';; Sterling Exchange, llOJtf.AVool .
.. "howl of complaint when a New England] :Miss this idea is entirely enormous. Mexico Is a powerful firmer, at W to.sSe.. FRESH ARRIVAbPlR Pride of the.Navy, In uulits..150lb.: each!
alone and itself while boxes of various graa> -tmokiug and dwiflac ;
thus practically endorses the philanthropic eentim'nf nation : quite as! powerful by ttoluce chewing;

: as the Southern Confederacy wa-i. But we should CALL OF A NATIONAL UNION CONVENTION Tube Oraud Ru.e.noking seat ;
The marring! *of Mls Sarah Jones, a New England school not have Mexico: alone to fight. WASUIJ.OTON, Juno 25.-A. W. Randall, First As- Violet -1"--, tn.;
marm, tn Mobile to a wealthy nif&er named Pamnel' Jack- The Emperor A1'OLBON sent his army to Mexicoin : BUtAiit rodtmustur General, Senators Doolittle and SCHOONER ARCHC.

eon, will nndouhtedlybave stimulating effect upon the 1803 to secure certain French Interests. Those Cowan and others, forming the Exicuth Committee c tt New England school marm element. At the present moment
Mrs Sarah Jones Jackson is probably the object ol interests (which are not incompatible with tho Interests of the National Union Club of this city, have issued -
.the great envy of all or nearly all the (pinat rs east of the of the United States) can only be secured by a call for n National Union Convention of at least IIIUJJESTIC A few Boies of Cke4ce Otgar
Green Mountains. The desire for position South as uchoolmarm two delegates from each Coii rCooional District of ) ; OIlY GOODS)
*, will at once rlee to fever heat. the perpetuity of the present government of Mexico. : all the States, two frou each territory, two from the
Aa for the general public, we think It will be undecided The perpetuity of that government is secure, If : District of Columbia, and four delegates at )large from Hail Koad Mills Bnufl,
.as to whether Jackson ie more *o be pitied for getting thechool
bo held at ; the sceoud
each State, to riii'.aJUpMa ou
mann, than the nchool manu Is to be congratulated the United States will continue our policy of neutrality MOOTS AVD! SHOES
Tuesday: Auirubt next. Such delo' t\tes will bu la BotUo and Bln4den.
IB doubt she has
in getting the darky. There no that done NAPOLSON
towards Mexico. The Emperor
well; but how Is it with the nigger Chicago Timet. : chosen by tie electors of the several States who! sustain -
-- +..,w bas agreed to withdraw from Mexico! the French the adiuiuUtration um'.ntainlng! ", unbroken the HATS AND CAPS, AOAMiHTINE SPERM AND PARAFINE_UNitE',
GOOD NEWS FOIL TJaLLAHASSEE. troops, but only on condition that this policy of neutrality Union of the States under thu Constitution which
: our lathers; ebtablihlied, and who agree!; In certain
To the unflagging energy and able management on our part will bo observed and contlncd. A propositions, iuemcling the unlntenancolu\iolatc ot G-R.C> OEJR.JES: Babbit's Fotaeh i

of CoL E. HocsTOCif,"President of the Pensacola positive pledge of continued neutrality on our part, the rights of the Status, and especially of the right of
has been given to NAPOLEON by SEWABD: and trusting each State to order and control its ownjldg! 'ii: t exdtislvely I AND AW SORTS OFPLANTATION Fifty senta' worth makes KUe QoBpal of bap.WASUtNl .
Railroad the of this State
and Georgia people
subject only to the Constitution of the
to this solemn pledge, the arrangement for the I
are indebted more largely than is generally con. "t" Ullltd states! us essential to the balance of power :I ;1 soaps,
Ceded.A :-CJuatl on o. .vwlyV ey :aOYIt.<<: mY V .":made. :: ;-at-r:: :. the nerR di t:on du d :eranee::: !:! of our politifubl'le GOODS.

the result The passage by the Home, of the resolution pro cal depends, and the ovariinr t'pf thut( eve temu I from IS tots ants
mainly, of his recent visit to Sa-
) THADDEUB STEVENS by the usurpation and centralization of power Of :
posed by will be a deliberate
Yannai and his earnest efforts to interest that Congress would be a revolution dangerous to Rcpub- I Powder I i" and '
city In the completion of the Florida connectionwe violation of that pledge. It will be followed of limn Go\'ern1l1lut and delitruetlvo of IIborty.I CLOTHING Kegs Canbteis
course,by other acts violative of neutrality But The! holding of the Convention la endorsed by Ben-
have the very gratifying announcement that the moment that pledge violated NAPOLEON will be I store Dixon, Ucudrleke, Norton and Nesmith. Shot, Otui Cap, &e.0,

the train: which leaves 8L Marks at sunrise will absolved from his purpose to withdraw the French .. .

reach Savannah at dark-and this, as early as troops : and instead of withdrawing them, they will \ Oh, he Slturae, the Sbmnte.ThaJUchmoad xx8Raw.&R'Ie:: :: aIL: S ocecrooEiLir: t

the tot day of October next So says information be largely reinforced. We will have to fight them, I Timea pays a handsome tribute A large assortment to arrive by be ArctJcG. \\G.

altogether reliable. not Mexico alone, but France also. NAPOLEON will to'the noble during and matchless courageof CROCKERY,

Just think of it t 'Breakfast ta Tallahassee and never desert MAXIMILIAN< as long ns the latter Is ; the! t:6lea Yankee R i31ins! who overpoweredE rtr"V..-A.B.mt

tea In Savannah I menaced by the United States. The war In Europe Agricultural Implements
'{- Davis. The Times ought not to ,
It Is well for Savannah that the has moved will not prevent NAPOLEON< from taking care of tho Tnba,Backetv
so I make! this aa': exceptional Instance of 8UC.\ CQ'lr.lag" &c. die tc.. & Wash-Boardu, Brooms Chant
promptly and vigorously in this matter. A little French Interest in Mexico. e. W.W. BruKlic, shoe Bru he., Maton'i. piyHe_
The disproportion! otlinelM to OM
DALLAS. ; ww: not Door Mat, Manilla KOM,
delay might have thrown serious obstacles I like that of the teti-U a;lout the 8-Jith, laths AT T1IK X and V Cotton Rope fur flow Ua*?, d s. 8e,
in the pathway of her progress. Go THoU AND DO LIKEWISE.-Th" fillnwinc;
lito w If, :nor elI1'Ilt') tha! disproportion in many LOWEST CASH PCS: !
While we congratulate Tallahassee and SaTannah picture of "a model fres-.lman" Is drawn by the battles H which the CoafJcrJ.tesverc succ fal.Ftfly FRUIT, &Cr

we, see no good reason why we should local of the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinsl. and established
Having a branch of
tJIM 'v u \) i,1t the proportion of fighting cur In New York, GOODS-Peache*, Qiinoci,Plumb Cranberry
not offer our heartfelt congratulations to East we commend It to all our friends, both free we are prepared to furnish go nl. of nil kliuls,in any qualm.lily ,I Sauce. &c.
men at the sarrea.ler. But we join the Tiiuj at the ehoneat notice, end on thu most advuuMnuou; JELLIES-As8orte", tn Tumblers
amf Jar
Florida. also. That part of the State and freed terjit. ;
will as surely : U the hyu co-n.iU-nut tUU ou Uttobo tenderedto BRANDY PEACHES
be a participant In the benefits looked for During the last month, in passing Tel. it street AHHOitTED PICKLES-of all kind and lUai
.. as to our doinicll we have frequently observe-1 !node brave(V) rasn, draie.l\ !11\ their viotorious CASH ADVANCES MADE CATSUPS AND BAl'CES-EDghllb and AlDeriw.1 ;
Middle and West Florida. tlYlWPII-LeUIou:
colored man bard at work in a corn pitch just etr.iegIe with aa uaarmu-1: dying old.man, whenit OH COTTON imrriD TO XXTUACTS-Of i.em"u naspbeITY Rau, lIJackbem Water Currant', 8t.
While on this abject we publish letter from below Elbert street We have seen him thereon says: LAYER IIAISINS.-New; *

: Col. SCREW, addressed to the Editor of The moonlight nights as late as two o'clock In "'rwelvetro'iT m In hal by brute force, rivotted heavy Hodgkiss, Scott & Co. CrRItANTK a very mnwrior,In whole and half lees;
Bainbridge (Geo.) Chart & Compass : the morning, vigorously contesting the progress ihaukle* upon Mr. Davl. after a brief period of la* >nltilllty CI 1'ltuN-'rUltKISII l'ltll NES ;qoallty;
Ome A. of that peat of our gardens, the nut grass which the noble \ 'ntttod his manacled feet to rear NEW YOBK. ALMOKD8-8oft nanor shell!'
A o. R.
.i R. Co.. l the floor of the trop and whoa ha heard the NUTS-Pecan.
upon Ilnutl
threatened to swallow his But Tom clunking }'I herte Bordeaux,
Savannah, June s,.lift fCdiior up crop. [>t the fuller he burrlod hi* dice between hi. bond, lob Jan9-11 SARDINES_In quarter and hili I box Wltatti;
Chart f OompoM; has conquered, and now has the most luxuriant bed audibly and axcltUmed, "Oh, the iha.aa t the naine t 11 t TABU;: SALT-iii boxv and *;
corn to be found in all the rf'g1on-w&vin as it Out the auHiutt"' wa that of the great nation which ;
>.T>ii* 1101:-In reply to your aoqnlrle*. permit in* to permitted -
.-tUt that the Company: not now in condition to extend does high out above a very high fence,and promising this vile act to pUB un aniehod.! The fetter no CHANGE OF SCHEDULE i Xtn.1:1.n.z1: : SA1.Ac1.' Oil
the line.eat 01 TbQlQallT111. ; bat If we succeed tn roeovrtflgj to reward him well for his inure[ I\ellra10J0t Pretdeut Davl than the craclUxlon did tie *
-. bout on. thousand ton of relit, sailed In Una by industry Tom NaTlotir of oiiuklod or the offur of i reward for the head of BAKEU'8 CELEBRATED!:
r tha ConlMaraM 8u W acrona effort will b*made to pr M is a drayman: and after running that machineall George IVdUiUiKton. male him a traitor. CBOCOLATX.> '
lie road at Mat tw4ll...* mil** heyona Thomaavtna, and cay, makes his crop while moet honest men, I There wa no' thauta stunk pal, for the poor, waited TAPI iCA''COflH':
aero the OddackBaa,mtlfee tar: tile crop oi tie pra.atieaaoa save printers and editors-are prisoner,'hurled down and bound by a dozen: men-no STARCH.FOR' PUOOINOSa. ,
>, and further. if poaafbla. asleep "ihanie, upon the brave, noble people whom late PreU
Th.Bo.rtnoldak. 3f strictly booed by an Jta Sbrm.tpl.da. Bis ground is as mellow as % bed of ashen He lntwathu* outragud-but II "hauie" aa enduring a* FABESA, QILATUfE, SUCABONLfi i.
..to the people Docator.. and they may; net a. is now 'sowing a crop of pet Peas to hUashes hillary, red burulug and acorohlng a* the lightning of .
pared that s Tarything foaajbl*ryl be done to (tre them say we tluivcn giant. Bpon those who thai biuUiUy abused the power of Atlantic and Gulf Bail,Road. ffi '. .. ;:. .,
the rxeenta of their sobtorlptkm as soon ae the neene ol .
,, the Company,necessarily damaged by the war,wffl author. a ,., That deed of Infamy will live U history like the black Alliploe- .f 'H ...:" :" "..
e tee a movement to which< __
\ mercllliM jailers and brutal conqueror, whom Savuuuah May 7th and hA- : ..-.
.... of which it VM sever Ion stgbt.V.ryteJPscl70kzr f I -- .. ...:.
old follows describe Nand utter Trans t -
an man aa You take all sorts Dante la his "Inferno, wlU have in due season O :Miy 14th, 18UO, ho Paasuuger on Cllln.nlOlI, -
8 JtV'Ef, trumpery inyonr. cart don't your 'Yes- appropriate addition to their ardent circle" a. the partielP4Ulte thia Koa will run e.follows, counecilug with night JlijtlDe", .,1 ." .s
Praildaat In In.' in that tout deed muet their terr reward train on the Central Railroad; I' Maw, .

Jump ,Jump . i ai i.i i i Friday.Leave Leave. tiavBDiiah.at 7'JOA.M.,on Monday,Wednesday and :., do..arsial; 'v l.. ;j t.l '{ ...:) .

'illit ','As way way of preserving milk or cream You here,"Jones f How the dickens did you ")Irs. Brown, i U Mr. Smith, your boarder, a and Thomi ville at 4.00 A. :M., oa Tuesday, ThureWa11 ,(. ladl ltpniSeed' 'C : -.

tweet for a long time, or of removing the sourS find your way out t" "Find my way out I what man to be trusted r" deli D1AaVIl10 9.17 P. M. I ..';. 'I t'r 'YcBWrJmlryyk)5 ;-
when It baa already come on,ii
!: smjtUuMfrtv tir7 cf calla lads .': ,:you were lost f.rL,slmawT.' ",U, well, I rode out I bun for two yean, and. expect to trust him sad Arrive at Savannah at'.00 P.H.,on Tuesday, Thursday eels a' .

J! JatagTl 1iia. _". 03;t. atlrInore, : fbreoIw, Be never pII,..'; IIItT Saturday.tH1I'tIQ: /OHW 8CR VK>r, i'r"sdmt! to ur'e.-J N.a.oau: < ,taa q! sitar Punt rf-11: U a :...

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: DEPARTMENT._.. u __ LI' Ida, aa. I believe otherwise, and as a mall and citizen M. LIVEEY iIkLtJfl
deeply sympathUlngiwlth' the sick/' wonridud and THn ciTY llT1! % ,
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T'. ; ; ; ryJ
helpless, t endofto uvo dollar'aa my ob.ntr1l>utip la\,
? TUB Fotmrn.-We lire Informed that "our mor. which the UJUn: of Tira\"i\O: : : 6h. YA "
tho oTijoeM' \ <> :IBV 1VHOLEALE AND RETAIL\ ( :- ..'. > t
chant will close their bonnes on Wod ncaday,the 4tb., sought to obtain. gmo : ; .

i;of July; end consequently no bufttnous will bo don< 'Bo pleased to beotow for m M\:,10 ojf.o.ud turn, o'd OII'iT: 'r77''LLAE ; Stationary. Steam EngInes; -

on that dij. believe me to bo, j''''',.-., DEALER rn "',"

-.,. .- ': 2Jw!
\ Very sincerely, r ", .o' : FLORIDA SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS, -
DnoW1l1D.-A negro coachtnan, named .ftrvow, Tour frlund, :- \'. ,, ,:- ..., ,. - ,, '

,Was drowned on Thursday, while bathing In Bull's '1: *: ; TT. 'MALONEY 1 COTTON GINSyj: ,;

'**Pond, near this city. On bclni?taken out of tho water ..-.... BY J. L. McGUFFIN. 't '.'ft

on yeslerrtrfy,It Was discovered that his feet hl\4
become entangled In some bonnets which lithe '
As worthy special note, we reproduce iWashington "T.,,'
pond, causing him to sink and drown. { telegram to the Charleston Courier, SAWS BELTING ; "" '< .

-*i. ..- rr HE!: Proprietor of this Hotel Inform the bnbllc g nprnlli Ilk&t -
Sorry we hare not room In th's paper for& which was copied into Sunday's Telegraph : JL and travelers In partIcular that he still! lives, and hold AHcutnra1MaohInorfPrOOfzIlfo!
The New ;(Army Bill was\ passed! by the forth at the above place as of old. To his friends and uc- _
synopsis of the Minority Keport of the Recon HOMO tnmintanccs It Is needless to say anything ; but to all) '
,today.IT PROHIBITS ANYBODY WHO ((Mends, acquaintances and strangers,) ho would city that & db .
1 itruction Committee. It wilt in our next. FLORID 9.S :
appear SERVED IN :THE CIVIL OR MILITARY SERVICE Ol he contlnnea to furnish the best accommodations and Mn, ,

. j took out, in that paper, also for ft heavy article THE CONFEDERACY, OR OF ANY INSURRECTION the city affords. Meals will ba furnished at any hour to "
J from BRICK POVEROY on the interesting, subject ART STATE,FROM: ENTERING TIlE UNITED STATE!! suit the traveler. Then l In a ci ULPHATK AND ACETATE MORPIIIN, M.I4:131CELEI3EATED: :

ARMY." _t For sale by __, _M LIVEtT.._
of stolen pianos, spoons, &c., &., &., &, &., &. f ,
... ..It will thus be seen that the Consrcw of the FIi\5 BAR ROOM l luttnched I GUM irrUM (PRIME TCHKETJ
United States not only declines the service in her anlo by'___ M. LIVELY.

.! THE TABLEAUX LA81 -NTOUT ,.came.off! jiftei,, ; armies of Southern men who engaged In the late to the hotel, whore the best Liquors can lie foni"fTho !500 ott. of various approved brands,. Portable Steam :'Engines .

we went to press.! We trust a sum wn! rcalt/ec: war for independence( bnt his actually parsed R motto of this lIntel Is, as It has always burn, "\V< QUININE at the Drug Store of H. LI V KLY. ,
proluoitory nctevcluJiii them f.-oiu etch service. strive to pleaso." Juno: l-ly --
sufficient to purchase! limbs for several poor nn OIL ANTI LAMPS,
\\i mm'worn and chili In the KEROSENE
hopo in
every Store of M. 'LIVELY
the raised will\
fortunate soldiers. As mount non
Southern States
will recollect thh. The United

be used in purchasing\ these, artificial limbs, we Slates can tight its bnul"s without the aid of the McKIBBIN & ALLEN, 1)URE For LINSEED sale at the OIL Drugstore, of M. LIVELY.

feel that we will do the "Relief Assocfatlbn"( J A Southern people, uya: Congress, and let every TALLAHASflltlt, TLA., EngliThjT
Southern man .
service, and ft meritorious man duty, by publishing soy -1_ For sale at the Drug Store of M. LIVELY
R I> it rcmcmliercd, then, that hereafter it will WHOLESALE DEALERS
the following article, which, under th.caption <'
lie tiiibiwfiil. for any Souihora man who. tool I C PIIIITS TURPENTINE
"Eureka find in a late number t!( _:, For sale at tho Drug Store of_'M. LIVELY.
Log" we I'.irtirt the Uto war lo enter the" anny of UK
United States. Mneon GOODS' LEAD. No 1 Extra and Pure,
of the Augusta Constitutionalist:. Trltgrjph.riastvo DRY WHITE
:! Groceries,
sale at the Drugstore; of M LIVELY
'and -- -----
"Tills Is mr own. mv native! Innd an honed rnthnslasm Hardware.
!attaches to each nnd every Improvement Invention > CospEDETiVTi:SoLinERs.-An:' anxious iueenswara!, GREEN PAINTS, Ground. Dry and In Oil!,
or enterprise that orielnati* with tho.e to thn "man. widowed mother, who has been left alone and' Cloths and Casslineres. *u.V < sale! at the Drug Store of M. LIVELY.
look advancement people. an' Wines Liquors
or born. which to onr alia .
our consequent emancipation from tenderand morclf" destitute, desires inform\tioa concerning her two ,. !I'ort'-r Ale and Cider, rpUBE PAINTS for Artist use,
tare of our "Northern brethren" who have con "lerate'v' sons; who have not boon' heard .front since the Wooden Ware .galehy_M. LIVELY.
emigrated from the enllchtened! and rhrlstlan North tr clone! of the war, ,;\z'f' .' ; ,. ; Tin Fruits Ware, and SALTS. a large supply
Improve our physical and moral condition slnee we wert David S. Artimurot'oMississlpI regimcntJohnon's Ac. &c.Spices& EPSOM sale] at the Drug Store of M. LIVELY.
numerically overpowered In onr late strunjlo for 09? In. c.
herlted social and political rights. We have nohenlrnne command, who WIH wounded Ilt the battle June 14. 181'6-ly ___ _ _ T NOLISH COPPERAS, by the pound or barrel
In saving we posses"! all the genius talent" and cnltlvatlnrnece of Allan: In. .I J ._For sale at the Drug Store of_M. LIVELY
.snry to the Immediate building up of onr de.troved s-w sa "OV.A.1STTEJ: :)
Coliunbiit. Artlinr, Compiny 1st Hcglmcnt MOM FOUR TO THim-PITK
fortunes, ant ont ontlre Independence of the North: and : BLUE: STONE, by the cask barrel, pound or ounce, .
therefore the developments which are being daily mn''e In Miiskslppi .Cavalry, Forrest's command ; FOR TIlE LIFE AXD CAMPAIGNS OF s<>la at the Drug Store of M. LIVELY '
the arte. sciences and literature, should receive tne footprint wa faptnml an I sent to Camp Donglas from
cane; care and an'l we encouragement will soon: exhibit: of our"such peonle.liitht Let" aa such would he th.,,",. which lie made bit csrap?, aid Ins not since ( eneI.lI: (Stonewall) Jackson !! ROYAL sale TURKISH at the Drug TOWELS Store of M. LIVELY.HODES' -MCCARTHY, BROWN TAYLOR, SOUTHERN, BA..

lighten even the Gentle North. We say then. all el.e b.,. bci't !heard IVom.U'liithir American and Excelsior COTTON GINS,
By Prof. R L. Dabney, D. D., of Va. T) FEVER AND AGUE CURE, vita Engines or horse Power.
Ing equal or even npproxlmattvely so, It la our dutv always living, or lea 1, 'my information coucornina I fli For sale at the Drug Store of M. Lf'ELY.OSGOOD'S T.L. KINSEY CO';
under all circumstances to toBonthern
and give preference
talent, enterprlee or Invention, :;: those parties: ad Ire-wed( to their mother, liE lanAnril Biography of the Immvrtal Hero The _may iq-6m_154 Bay street Savannah, Oeo.
'tt'' :M> Arthur of Mr. Walls .r edition authorized! by his wlilow. The author a INDIA CHOLAGOGUE (Genuine),
caro Exchange
We began this notice with a view to call the attention of iry only at the Drug Store of M. LIVELY.
our readers and the public to the "Eureka" Ie!!. the Invention Hotel,'Montgomery, Ala., Ttilbbe gr.Uefully re- lurituniu fricn'l and I'Hiefot Staff of the Christian Soldier.We _. ICE! 1CE1 :IC3EI.fl
ofonrfellow-cltlzen. H. L. Bvrd which we hod'he wived.[ want an Agent lu every county. Send tor circuiars mind S ALLE BERGER'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, .
pleasure of examining yesterday morning. That thl lee .. ice onr terms A -' PUBLISHING CO. -
possesses crent merit Is at once evident from a glance at the
circular Inst Issued by the Doctor., Such eentlemen\ a-nur A young; Wow v,-Iio ediis: a paper in an ad- Jim IS-lm No. 314 Seventh Street Richmond Va. CALOMEL RESUBLIMATED
dlsttngnlshed Professors Dngas and Eve. Dr. TT. IIhtelner at the Drug Store of_M. LIVELY.rvLD GO .
own : loiiiing/ State says : ,Yo do not look as well ausuul !' C. CHEESEMAN, lit
Snreeon of the
for dlstlngnlKhail ,
United-States many A.rmy-aud year a Dr*. Bltfnon, E.' A. ve. Do'H'h- to-d.iy, on account on the jion-nrrivtil of FOR SAVANNAH.Via PORT WINE of superior quality, for medical rtnrJ ,
\ for calc by M. LIVELY.PHYSICIANS' .
t tv. Carter Dearlng. Haheraham and DeSaneiire FoM, the males. ___ _
would be sufficient evidence alone of lit snneriorelnim to Fernandina Brunswick &c TOCKET CASES, handsomely t11PO.itb; C.t. Drayton it.and Brooghton-t Lane,
-- -'-'"
this !latitude hut find
the patronage of the pnhllc in : we VIaJ.s. by M. LIVELY.
equally stroni! endorseme t of the "Eureka" rrorn dl tlncuished Liunbev U: sollin-j: !I.i our market at from $22 to :
gentleman of our sinter city Charleston an-1 ol :?23 per thoas'u1.1 feet ; nearly $20) less tlJ'lItwo COD LIVER OIL, Hazard & Caswull and Rn-hton'I SAVANNAH, GEO:
those the great names of Professor 0"11111IProfe..n TUB STEAMER for sale by _M. LIVELY.
Chlsolm Dre. Mlddleton, Michel and Brans, appear In Months! ago. Whit) Iii the cause !\-tonvttola Ol>- 'I. ..
Philadelphia Professors Samuel Henry Dieklson Chariot rrcr.i CUWING-MACHINE OIL used for all mscl.lnpry, Ji.' ,
We ha'oda
D. Melee and .1. H B. McClellan. an.l In lliclrnotvl TM. OFor sale at the Drug Store of_M.\ Ln'EL Y."TIlITEWASH bar now on large quantity of

Charles MfOIll and Cole. and In Halelsh, Dn C. E. Toh ,. -.-- ... Hh__ -r- -- ___h.1.v.t ,-K".f.. !, :;;=!. fes.iisSYLVAN -.

W.aon.O.F.Hill I. Tlavwood all unite, In w.n.pronouncing McKee E.the Burke Invention ITnywooil of coil TV. .1.;" T. ; :r. .'\. 3E:3. .., ..:.m..", 2_.. ,A;,.=-;-;- iVot -",." \VYFor: sale at the BRUShES Drug Store all of sizes, Jr. LIVELY.rpOOTU Best- Ice, ever Offered- the Public

Byrd superior to all other legs before!; the public-and the ___ ________; _- n___. ___ ___ ._._ ,..?, ....., -..- !.t3.'r''''':.. '''-=r"''';., BRUSHES large assortment V,
Inventor. too a Southern man, without a drop of Northern On Thn"'d..Y'm'o. ?t-l, "..r 11'lk:' h'. Oa, at the r<'- 14 ..? k=;;; -L For sale at the Drug t store of M. LIVELY. ;
blood In his entire organism. Dr. Bvrd eerved In the late ,ji-nco of Mr. MCMMAV. by "i-! '!'!V. ,t' hto-it. Mr. CO : t And are prepared to fill all orden ftozor .
war from the bombardment of Fort ftumtcr In April 1801, LT Mtn'S 'KN.; 'fr' nf Th'tnbrtmiuu l and Miss C F. --\l;,g; 1Ql CASNELL
to the surrender of our army. and offer to his follow-soldier \f.ltX\\fllm, of KiKy:; : county. :i .. ., ",', ;.", 'i..iJ-7"1... .!- : '
will! doubtless be found :, :" ,>i0 ..,. ;
his Invention on such terms as : AND'FioRIOi .
acceptable to them. _._-h'-_. _'.. __ _h'. -_- .-.--_ -_.--____-__--_-_-_ _-_- ;. :.' ." :: rv'.2: HAIR BRUSHES ALL PARTS'OFGEORGIA ;
We will nut attempt a description of "Eureka" leg,
farther than to add that "It surpasses all others In the free The Union (Vnp II'I'tnlt! of tho A.M.E. Church will beheld : =
ventiliatioii which It affords the ntump," and that the Doctor 11I1 Bet!I Air Fla, loinmcnclng' cth, 1'>1UI. Ministers : PRK-BMINBN'TLT EXCELLING AT.L THERS with dispatch and a* low u If cazi W bought from aor'
hiu united his patent with that of a dmtlngnlshnd Eu- of other Christian duiiomlnatlons lire ruapuitfully solicItedto E parties In we city
ropan artlnan now a resident of this country v.hloh. in Those desiderata which render them the most perfect
the of those to Jndge rondcrs It all that uttciid. CHARI.nS 11. PJSARCE:: Brash In Incredible
opinion competent CAPT. JAMES TUCKER. use. Although possesslne cleanaingpower bad d mplerjred who' ,
could he desired In an an IHelal limb. \t\0 learn that the Pastor In Charge. yet It doc not produce the slightest Irritation of We have experienced '

models of this legniay be seen at the drug; store of Dr. W. ... ... the SKID or tho head which sooften produces dandruff, and "
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1.1. TeLl on Broml street,on and after Saturday proximo.: Ciiri-yi'i: ; IJnll(!'; Stl"4' Mull I9rnS t even premature bl dness. UNDERSTAND P..( KING
.. .-.a- HelD_ ::\ibctttscmtiits.
THE RiouiT: C.VIB AQAIS.-\V"e hire refrained __ hh .. ._ __.J_____ _.._ ._. __h. FOR IllS UTJnnIStf '
Steamer I'urcha8ed and lilted np expressly for the J.w: x..1"VELY. and will warrant good Ice, rood pec1riran&LOW -
from gUIn? publicity to hc facts stated. below Until NIT I OS" I insIde r'JIIL\ between Savannah and florida heaves
>DAY NJOUT alter arrivalof .
.J\ok\Om'lIIe EVF.ltTIItUt '
we find them In an Interesting;letter from "Trpo, OFFICE COLLSCTOU!'. RKVICM-K Diar. or FLoniDA P the train flout T Unbai\ tt this place, addrCHi-ed to tile Columbus Sun. As TAI.LAIIABHEK, JUlie 1 t.I.! JrttA f VTURIJAY MOUNCnQ. In time to connect with Sew

. It iiM already been imbllahed,. we f.'id that we violate I have C'olVi' ''lor,'for,>
no obligations of secrecy In giving It to the pub amigo,VohiKla. !tlnrl..". Levy,Alathiw! \ Putnam Clay, Bradford upon arrival at Jackaonviili'DIBBLE! without go.lngto a hoteL

lie : licker, Columbia and buwunnoo.JAMES B. \MTtLE.\ F. Agent. at Jacksonville.CLAGHORN CLttTISIM{ ( EJlPflRIOIJ GEO. W. SMITH, Agent!. '.

"Dr. K ToUnfl, who came to this State from South Car- JuneS-H fnili-rio'. A CUNNINGHAM ?
.,lina In lIed\, and was subsequently appointed the Mod -- .- 'I June l1-tf Agents at Savannah. May 54. 1866-2zn! Oeo
leal Examining Board and stationed In the little town of --- IN TilE MONROE BUILDING,
Qlilncy, was recently arrested lu this city on a charge of Exrcotnr'sotict1.) ;

-.'.-. ..mand tu.7 I I. now... *connnod*"" ..(the In Circuit the Jail at Conrt Qubncy o'f,awaiting Gad'.deS undi1"8irn"il! 'Kxi-ctnni named In the lust will\ amid II. W.Lato MERCER.Citdblcr Planters' Bank.E. 0. ANDERSON, Jus 1'A I.I.A II ,tSSEE. ItAft.. .. ....L...GUIIA1t1... .... .e:1fl.AJrnf..:.... .. ...a...J'...ILBILL.......
his trial at ... h.._ -14ft", ..Wllh three. "' WIIII1 C. Icmiii, Inte"f Monroe county. "
rounty. lie pasted himself ou as a ". uI-M or L"ori'le! .!: ,beeeasuil_ I, hn\'IDg' duly qttalitle'i lIecordllll JACOB BURKHlMf
eliilijren, iZ_ "ucceoded in marrying! in the spring of last I .; tillt sOil'lit.! mu- ..". 'n Ofl5J' :nale!! ..n'Wi' ; lirovtted..i MERCER & ANDERSON, QUERIED &; rEEEILL, '

year, a beautiful and MaompliBhea! yonng inny me uuttft ':- .... ., tu am I <. tei.ttu9.flhId, _per. J.v.Eerchan.'t: Ta11or,
of one of the moat respected ana worthy gentlemen in Notice ts n !'f''Y ".. .ftU._ ,1.
. Valncy. It ia etrauge, but\crthclesntrue, that lie !lived soils CUt tl.i.i! to illiitnliiitlii. of the er.r.I\U./, .: ..1'tlul \tL' : AN ERg AND DEALER IN
,Ith b1a new wife more than twelve montlw-up to th. (Lui-rl 1:11111.11I I he h.nre'l lit the expiration: of twiyiMirK COTTON FACTORSGeneral ..
time of his arrest-enjoyed the confidence and respect of ii'iknK vxhlh'iuil: wltaln the same.
the whole commuulty-H ho patronized him in the prnc- All |>j-mi'i' t 'hi''',\\le'II') tall amid CiUto are hereby calleJ! A: tic* of his pror".MIOn-a'lfl was never susplcioned of being upon to m iky p,,\'IU"II.to ..
irarity of an act of such dUbolicol meaunexa. I icy strange, .H'LI A. DENNIS MerchantsSAVANNAII
lcause he corresponded with his South Carolina wite. rcgolaily O UiCOK!; D. ALLEXJune : Commission F9R MEN, YOUTHS .L'T?!> BOV8.Gentlemen's .
and InstrmiUHl: the PontniaBtor at<
ver hi* letters to allY one except himself. The cause .-- --- GA. poods
Lually of the unfortunate young lady's suspicions was 2'1S FurnishngKATS I Commission 11erchau'flay
CTonnded on the fact that while Poland wu recently on a BARNETT & CO.COTTOX may
visit to his home In South Carolina ostensibly for the pur- ,' CAPS, &c.
jxjse of seeing his children. she received letters fiom him BRADLEY HILL & 00.
hand of
enclosed la envelopes directed to her father. Shnofcoiiracnuspiclouod FACTORS, Also constantly CD a variety

that something was not right, and after his re- Commission Merchants, Street, Savnunnh,, Georgia. '
tarn while he was in this city on a short visit, she took the Grocers and General Commission] SAVANNAH. GA. : atL ID 1'1LHJJ0' ( } mt 8"
1 jaerty of opening a letter which had been received for him
t-- In the meantime, which proved to be .from-Ma other :1tIa: :: : io<:F..A.J\TT: s. Silk ISSixed' and Fancy Ccssimeres, -
WAREhouses ,
It has been ascertained since that this consummate COLUMBUS: OA., AP.VLACHICOLA! ., FLA. I\TE V r Y and are prepared to store Cotton Naval Storei DRILLS SELL ON COMMISSION, COTTON TTWBIS. .
"coundral had a negro boy (whom he brought out here withUrn and Pro'llIcCl ecnorully. In any quantities. We will make JIARSEILLES, WILL and Morchundize. Consignment lollclMd,
I' daring the war) bound to secrecy In regard to the mat- OIIOMPT attfiitlim given to all Cnn"l 'nmontH and Ship liberal cash advances on all consignments to us. We can When desired we will ship cotton to oar friend In New.
Wr. with thnaw of Instant death If he divulged and that 1 tuents of Cotton to N,'\, York. New Orleans and furnish Fertilizers Bacon and Produce guuerally at the And a General Assortment of thl1"In8l1tVESTINGS York and Liverpool making liberal 11I1\11089 oa tt* _.. --
Ji* has all this time, made legitimate wlfo In South Carolina Liverpool. Liberal advances 111,11111 on cou i''umcnts. lowest prices. ._ inay"8a-fim
believe that he had purchased large! plantation In
Slorida, andwasbuljdingaflne house aud making other REFERENCES.
her hero which hid and :Forwarding House FOR CHARLESTON.
preparation to bring out was excaacfwr Receiving "
not !Kolng home rrtcr the surrender to live." LINEN: O-OOX3S Robert: Hatwrsham & Son, Savannah 0-" '
APALACIIICOLA, FLA. l Brunswick Savannah Goo. W. Anderson do -
.. Via: reriucd'na
-_ .. ._, :-.. Ac. *i &.. Ac *c. Anthony Porter do ,

T u'a ME WAT TO TALK IT.-Wo have been i- '-7 .espectfully call intention to tho fact that w., have m." Hunter & Gammell, da

lowed to use of the following letter 'addressed ,,as a T I ?tl;;:wished a Uunml hoiu-e 1 Ap.ihichU-om.'Iml..lnll: suit. Florida Korwardinj.Busiiiei's for the. THE STEAMER BETTON John Erwin L.A Vlllalonga Hard* 40 do -, -

private note to the nail, Attorney General of the aurpoic) of. doliij Ilavluir< :2 totau: .:"Iied relations with some of thi, uM JULIAN J Governor D. B. walktr, TalUna... ...
domestic >ort wo are prepar DEALER IN Ball do
end !
bunt houses\ in foreign .
State William R.PetU
; wsheriyltig \ : of cotton am
i-h'ppers! \
I It woi Our pleasure to meet' en with Judge MALOSET ud other to otter pro.luco iiiiiiHiialaihiintJitf tfpnclal ittiuutlon will bo given: to all col Boots, Shoes and Leather, Savage Ex-Qoveraor t Hall A.. K.Qalnsvlll Allison,Qnlnq71e.rIa. .
lahassee. HeU ion unit us for alu, either iu our own or any foreigi! Samuel -
during his brief sojourn Tl Swan Jacksonvill*. rj ., .
\ market. FLA. C. O. Barnard, domay8.6Sly
intensely devoted to the old Union, and remained In addition to our Cominlxulon business, we will keep TALLAHASSEE, .
: J>O, during the war. However wide apart we may conutaetly on hand a lar,;e tock ofJU013EU1KS First Door North of State Bunk. ,

have been from such men In sentiment during the ( mar
In Leon Circnit ..
Conrt- !
with those offered to lu'rehant.1I1II1 plnuturitat priceS Chancery
war, we can harmonize most, cordially which wtl! be : 511'p ,
cost :
Western markets, merely adding;
lu tbd Northern and B BROKAW'S
who talk and act M he doC now. Be Is the right oftriii >.,rtution. ELLENLtV'LBDYe. -. ) ,,
sort of a Union man-one who la, and has been, open, advance We will> on be COTTON nnMUivd:' to sent accommodate us for bhlpinviit our frloiuia or D:lie,with timid .ATE Livery and Sale Stable JOHN C./WARD. )I ITT }Bm tor Divorce. "

t consistent and persistent In his devotion to the to flirulsh them itt hair;lnsund! rope for the! comluj; crop( the llnln-d M lets tlull, appearing to the ColM by .mdavtt flIed in thil cans,\;
to those differing HU.i during thu entire gfainn. ( I that the d"reudllat resides beyond
Union, but all the time according N. B.-Our house in ('utuIII"! .. Oa. will\ be coutlmuM COMMANDER. TALLAHASSEE, FLA Bute but within th. United !State. U II thrtorVort.SS
\ with him, an equa)right to their opinions at the old stand curlier ol bt. Clalr and Broad "trwt.UNETT .. THOS. J. LOCKWOOD that the Mid defendant do appear and demur plead or an.
frank :: \ sympathy .\ &:; CO. Car- wer the bill filed iu said ea d,e within three> month i from
And then his letter-thgenerOUS Buggies
rpllis Fine !Steamer having been placed permanently on WAGONS &roululwIY. the publication of title order: &r the lame wlU be teen u
such striking contrast June 21-Cm audPulatka touchingat confess d. and the cause will be for
for the unfortnnatf |In __ _1 the him butweoul'narleololl set a hearltlll 00 the
the'mawkl8h and selfish conduct all lniulliii'ii on the St. Johns River solicits/ a chart ol on hand and for sale. factS charged In saId blll : and It fa further ord.red &
' with contemptible A. F. HAY\"IA, public pitruuiuu. IVcin- commanded by olttuurs of ezpu' novlMfHARNESS copy of this order bit published In 80m" public IIIW.pel
exhibited by those prqfetsing' great friendship for the deuce well\ and fiuorulily known on the route and having: 10 this State for three monthl. I _'

I South, but acting as )f they- 4eaplee4" .her. unfortunate. (LATE 01' TiLlAIIASSZ: FLA.,) WITU uvury uiiHiirpucsud s'liiirantee atcouuuudutlous of conitort and for safety paasengcra call be relied and freight upon., SAX>:pLE: June 13-.atn J. WAYLEa BAKER. Jadga.

prisoner and soldiers. E. :iI3cD: 5o: 00. SChEDULE:I.CAvca Churlubton every Sunday, at 7 A. -
M. leaven bnvaiiiiub Monday, at 1U A M.; arrive at Jock D. 3. TATLOlf,
: We copy the letterentirc. t i ,, IMPORTERS OF WIXES AND LIQUORS.AXD uouvllla; Tuesdays.Returning AND CARRIAGEESTABLISHMENT. .
TALLABAMU: June. 87th, I860.JfyDtarifr. ; will leave Jacksnnvllle every Wednesday STEAMBOAT AGENT GENERAL''
Morning at o'cluck..arriving ut Savannah on Thursdayand .
Oalbrnith: MER.CHANTS

I,learned from you, with pleasure the fact that COMMISSION DEY STREET (Near Broadway) NEW YOKK.Kuep '"Charleston..unu'cr. are on assured i'riduy.that positive connection will be COMMISSION( & FORWARDING MEHCUAFF: ,' ....
. IT from Savannah '
. the young ladle Tallahassee:were about to give: constantlv on band a large Block of Hue old Whisky and made Charleston wiiu tho ,various for Now lines Vork of,Btuamshlp Boston and Haltlninro.JOUN Fernaud lisa,, .I'I l'ldu.

coins amusement* It t11-e.Capitol for the benefit ;ol tuneH.t1U S. BAMMIS & CO. III',. U-U
Agents at Jacksonville. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE .
the wounded 'men of the army of theists Confede- GortDO Juue I of Goods consisting ofGeotipmen'l .
I WM. H. TI80JI. WM.. ... :.W... . .. ... '
r U8t .te*;t. *:-3J: ; T- .... A. C. LOMELINODEALER
Jolla W. ANDIKSOK and Ladioa' Saddles, i ,
It U needle to Inform yon that If my opinion Tisor! & GO.CltON I B. U. ANUSHSOM, JoaN W. AJIDIKSOW, Jk. Fine Double and Single Bani...... ni ...

. tad prevailed -' ,there would have been no COTTON FACTORS, Bridles, Collars and WhIp., Groceries Pi'O'Uisioii

wound: on either side (except the politicians) to COMMISSIO'i f & FO:M ,' DIN'] MERC!IArH. JohN W ANDEHSOV & Sos, Shoe Saddle Findings Cloth. of.r.ry detcrlpUoo. WI'El8, %..: : UORa. ......';.

now. My opinion then wu Leather of all kiiida, .
claim our sympathy 00 BAY STREET,
that If the people ol the South bad grasped with firm a A.V.& Z'FTI-A.U. GEO Gt.A.: : FACTORS AKD GENERAL Raddle and harness Hardware, UNDER MA8ONKJ ELiiL

taod the flag of the Country, and bad marched In lttear may 2 -wtt Carriage Trimming, .
---- : : Wagon and Buggy nUM.BII'Y Corner Bun Stand Con rts! Si; Lau.'. .,
from Texs: : to Malaf,' dsmandlnq; their eonstitutlontl TUUKCK & ::1ld..AUUULI'\ Commission and Forwarding / Shaft, Spoke and Elms, : '
rights 1 :tnatee4ofl.eIaiDg; i forts: arsenals, VuW'Axle and Springs, SAV.\NN QEORQU.i"-';; .

P.A.PJJr-L: : : HA.i'I"GaXNO'SAND II\ftrll-1rIm: .
making flagranti .
cutter Aa :
revenue : *and.floaUy .
: "
war, by theUl&ultllJi i"ort'! Sumter, much treasure WINDOW SHADES :mE'-O: A1STTS, it W. A. McLEAN. ?.'.'-?

said blood. and raaoy sacred, live would han been TMPORTER3 ASD DEALERS IN FKaNCH hade ENO inc I a .a.--, ....'...!Jir .line!brothers an4.t .
A bib and American !'Il'CthlWgtIWindoW' feuW "''ill' au ilFORWARDISQ ASD COMMISSIOH! MERCHiST{ '
hOurGt'ltlCru | ,
ho IOthtol"
Out\ Con8I1IBaud atr etlt >
.se& ton Bryun .
.r Flitur., Lood, Cord. Ta sl Corner of Dray I .
i B llev. UN Vork prices with Fr'SIgIit'45 addwirwuKliliMi : I \ Uu;, v.'h:1t: arc UlO.t Q bu'd 011 (tl hI: clJrt iu:; und loll ;
The put, fcowev; can never b 8 recalled. All good told *# ,'ose u.ake eu'l out di j And 'Jntarane' Atepr-t;: ..tCu :. ':
"Mr" et i1U1'.1 tilcn thl.t
( : I
tog that those who were'engaged in the Confederate t1 .. 'eVANH, }A. triti I 0, it MTU" tho tffffitfciw? .trcmt'II4', .\ JACKSOKTIUl I'w: '_ '_I:.

army, were M honest la their conviction of what 8AVANK1H, OEORQIA jr the luuff \vwcibikm aua the crowd efBluuru I (0'' aer'I'i.wtf:4.: ;. :t. Srol

. MU !'1 N b.lk I '" Lb, St4 <1t JTor- mt:? :+- 1Pt.-=- I ittlJ! wliat would uott the 1 l'l H ,) m ;,,,:; .

-Vt:t.. _:l\l.d tu Uu! : lliwih y,}"'"1tC ) rcJ: H

.jcl, allJou i Ui1tn; Li! huwjjfii tUpLS\ 1)H\\ tEl

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I .- ltOh Savannah; ,' &c .' Tn "

., BY 8HOBER-A OLIVER. W 1. l'rlU'.-.wrt''f, f' HOUSEHOLD t 23 13
i TJ\nR' r-l Si
t'i' ;n ',*A.r8211: i y ; II.iJ )1 AXD a .-< 6THO1 (

I'/ ,, '!T !!L;;;-; riTAIK. I ;FiCiy __. OP

Prcrct are the ways of Heaven, ':t." ':
r j);'. Yet to sonio great end they tond;JQftm l. '.G" O'O..Th '
t ,
,-' tome affliction given FURNffUR( :, "
1 Proves a bl ssintr In the end; e.rC I ?::. l
.J.ItDogfnfmI'atimige"'lU'etIf ? ; \ -
r c.. Dtvinrrwnr, tt. ;JC .A.Df
t'. OnpcHonthn ; 1'\1\ :,,.
.t But In faith's! Immortal vesture OF
f W.lt thy!UII ioti .udbe. liJH ', Lolfest_ Pritt

.. 1 A.r whirllluthe Acrpeat. Every Description' ?, IJ;
st' sorrowtip I
That 1-. lid
.. ', $ ."' i COi7 I y
Often proves ttw I ftaoet good: r- I AT PRICES ardN. .! ?
..J:. They: who build upon tomorrow -, i ,CX'I1r: ?
'I Build on ground not understood j CAPTAIN L.rMCOXETTER, JTO JSTJJ73? I
. 1.n.e not tann thy tn1 t In Heron; V :: OF' .
, Take Its counsels ltke a friend ; Ttti 1eave'PAtATIvA'every"3onlnygeventne at 8 THE i ::
;IT" Often some affliction cfvcn. 11 o'clock; JACKSONVILLE every Tuesday mornlnp. 'SA\ ANN '
'. 1'roccegstahoa la l.be. d 1.: at 3 o'clock! SAVANNAH everv Wednesday morning,at 9o'clock TIMES. --- tt'vt'i ,
/arriving nt CHARLESTON sonie ahcrnoon. .
---- .
For Freight or rassaev, anplv on boanl. or to : ( ,

NEVin D srAllt. f .( TEASDALE REID.l-alntka Agent", Flft.F..DIBBLE ... Agent: for: the 'State of Georgia for Kittlc's Folding'Spring Beds anti Mattrcsses--at &'Y. PrIce
The.opts 1.Fr ooASngloom ., Agent, -w .
Is bdrnto- : decksonviAc;Fla. '
: t From lint the snllen depths of ebon night L. SfCOXETTER.. '
The stare shed light; Captain and Agent. HARRINGTON
Gems In the laylcw caverns of the earth Jun 9-"1m; ,
Have their slow birth ;

.. From'wanderoue iCome' *ammcr alchemy flowers of wintry i-lionrs--! I Ih I ma'16-ant T J78 Droughton! Street, Shcrloch's Old Dry Goods S oreSaran, >lah. i',:j, I"I"I I
restless main >
of the
The bitter waters -
*- " BOISHAW -
Fading gloom and dry peed bring once more ; t .- I ., ... -
The 'fresh more;- v" :T } 1 T.iiE: : FLbl DA.mx'ca.A..N"'GE. I "i.
Just (canences of clashing tones afford.v-. ? )H I V A RYAN & CO. x83 8. f
s The full accord; J'.'- : 'WHOLESALE PEALER IQ, : :: : 19s
e Through mnny arm, ftill of troth end rnth. 0'gIDA: SBNT
Thoug bt reaches ; ...u.R' ', ..' ON THE CORNER OF MONROE: STREET,
s Thro' efforts Ions In vain, prophetic neecl. -" WHOLESALE DEALERS IN a l
Bcgetathedeed; -*' i, OPPOSITE TUB CAPITOL, -
Nerve, then thy soul with direct need to cope! ROCKERY .." MAMMOTHJOB
>. Life's brightest hope "- "', ... I lsw" -
Lies latent In Fate s deadliest lair "'- .... w ttlt the veryLIQUOR
; KtTfr. Dftttftirf - .. FI1IET i 11 Imported & Domestic LiquorsAND I
jf -llOIlMlf/IJlordl E: it I :: .. :: i- i PRINTJlIn

: .
--- -. ,, _._ r.: CUTLERY, that found.can bq

HAS flat'1"mG'LITA gn-nrkr bncfc-\v-ooils .. ICE will he keprtm hand u jij clurlna ,ui summer, AGENTS FOR '
:1x'.y was once at ft, dtyot on .one of the Georgia: null every refreshment provided.lhatcan, bu found In nny 1 LI lttktb
-'rai'lroadsfancl was( :'Qf course/ (lecply"interCStc(1 cr ..s a -VV-.A.. B.. E simllnrcVl.ihli In onr READING.htn(" it ROOM In the SSotrlh.will be' found a select"" "list" of ", A\,1I. .

' Finally,he got inside of the car' and witIn- : In rounecrion I 1th -
w Newspaper, hive
LARGLANtr{bom> RTADtB BILLIARD S.t- ww jut llteii
e 'his unbounded curiosity1 tlic" whistle KEROSENE 'LAMPS
dulging. LOON: np stairs, will prove a pleasant place of resort to
'pcrcam !,the bell tan?, and the'stcaui-liorsc those who Indulge In the game.: Fnrre Cliaiitpagiics, Ac.aov THE MOST COMPLETEBook
gan to surge at the rate of 2:40.: JKCoiasefurmsliing t mny 2Hf \V. A..X )\n.TX.

.(4'Oh.Lonlyl"! .shouted ,the boy. "Stop it I God .
'?in't gainer! Rushing forward,.he opened the : ., F. W. ANSLEY, ota.A.'v STE'I.EET:: I and Job) Printing Offici 1

door; and Jumped but o'tJu. platforfn. *..i i7ust .". .. -n-
then the train was crossing a deep and cadaverous r we. afao. WATCHMAKER JEWELLERAXD IN THE"STATE., ,

looking gorge on the trestlework, and, .. SAVAXNAII((, GA. "

seeing thff,earth nncl,tree-tops ,beneath,him he ..J '. I PRACTICAL JOBBER, Vi'.*.baie gotit to, great.nh, iciise. to procar@;
Juinted! arid fell D necUyhe;dame to, and looping ); G8,sL JULIAN AND 101"BRYAN-STP. .
\OXROEST.rT! % WsEBTFla.odjoininL' .
to the conductor, who stood near him, he P \ mny d-tf Nm-W- 5l'' P :
up : ;A : ..., Mr. Oco.Damon's store.Evcrv .__ 3El51 i
exclaimed with a deep sigh, "Oh,Lord stranger .. dcecnptlou of Watches! repair-( "-
has the': hing-litres 1*:.e.-";. ..a --* -'- #' I i Snvnnnnlt, Ga. .. .." 1SChEVEN f d. amlwarranted. f- ?JL5Li'? 'J! -==<.__ E. D. SMYTHE & GO Of tie Ijiu-St t Deign! ,

The largest salary paid-any' 'nits{ man in few .:> '; ICE ICE ICE IMPORTERS AND: DEALEUS IS SE: vv STEAM POWER PRESS? S'I' !\

England, will be returned by :Jlr. Stcere. agentof may 21-\\1, . T .
the Salisbtirjr/VVoolen! ililln. When offered a We will be prepared, t I' MannlUcturcil!
Crocker China & Glassware erprtaly! fut us by'llwa oS; Co.
I similar position elsewhere, the Board of Directors TSE: Vj

1/1 very wisely concluded<4hey: could afford ,toiJay'fcimis'nwichuifany On nml After the. ,,4th of June. 'I' NEW JOB PRESS
one elsc'could,1; and that 109 BROUGHTON STREET
To furnish Ice quantities to ault ,. ,
he was worth asmuch to them, and advanced his Jn purchaser I.1Duf'aehu't to oriler; by ci'ry.J.; ?.
I tiorduo Nw Vo,*
i salary Uj.$13,000, j, _-. c: KO f r 1OSE AT THE LOWEST RATES, (NEAR BELL) .

1\\' -e. I At onr Ice Honso. opposite. -McDougnira Book Store.SPlLCER SAVANNAH The Finest Iiiks
: l
Both.Houses Congress Jiave finally, passed '-, :

a bill to''dtenos"1! of tabout''3,000,000' acres' of ,.- i.:.. .If'.. \ I ,,H L. 4 1. ,ASA ,_ : CRICHLOW & Co. GEOflOr.'I'I Of all C'uluiv, antTHE
lands in the South to actual settlers. It L ft rISK
public jltn a-ii __ __ __ ___ "
,f js in effect extending provisions of the.Homeswad' V-AJSI AE[. "j { "'7"n 'ICi1 1' Uh r ::BEST .A.PEB:
.: < 1.0 .
Bill over those lands. restricts the WHITE GRANITE .
4 amount of land to be entered by one person to P L .. :N' T 2E3; :: R. S Which! oaalilW. n' It Jo iu tlir BvM, ",:t mfuiuw!

eighty;acres for twocjrearsafter,-which one hun- WAXTI.SC3SOOI.S.. Coiiiiiion and Glass Ware
dred and sixty acres may be entered. Until January .}. TIIISFirstClads EVERY, KIND OF SOB ANTING\ w KNCWN TO THE ART,

next,all-who hare taken part in the rebelion HAVINOEEN APPOINTED. for Freedmen SUPERINTENDENT In the In Store and to Arrive. From Iha Dout.earrlTfbIC'LittMAMMOThi
arc excluded) from the privileges of the bill ; Suite of Florida in the place of L. jr. llohbs, :
after that-fhj ,restricyoajia removed.f : Ho.tel persons wishing Teachers, and Teachers FOR SALE-UYJIIE 9n.IG \L'I VOICES. I

.. ... .. Post wishing Office fchool.111, and when address present me\\1I11111d through me the at ,;..e '*5? Goods Repacked for" Country\.' Trade, ...{!'lt I I. ,. ..' POSTER
"And Jacob kissed Rachel anal lifted up his thelletuodut rareouajje lu this city. I ; f'a the
voice and wepL" Why he wept no one knows. -- -HAYING-BEEN- E. B. DUNCAN apt !5-3m I OeUuate
; Perhaps Rachel would! !not.a1l91v.runt tl>P. privilege l' t" may 3-tf ,__ up'rlntl'ndt'nt.BLACKSf1fJTr2JNC V- L ([ Qarh (de'ilittl:. \

,. of kissing her n second lime or perhaps as a Renovated &' NewlYrFurnished Tnos.. :.noLCOMBE.. : FRD-:. :.M..". !1'1HOL'COMBE''GO : --- -

green young man he knew not how otherwise: to ,i' : t w. tare secured the s '. ';r.v.> orAN
express hls'mOflons.-:.tJwnf( Citien.n'aa.probably ; M ; j jt ; J ; I
; ) :
his first kiss, and .he. wept ,to k : 'IS NOW*OPEN I EXP .HIE CED JPBIHTIB'j
ll.unk he hadJiVflsaJoiigivithout know inw how i
good it &. '' I j V ', Vila U.. U.: rc: u[ the Jvl '
. 1. fccpuf tmout.f
: Tim- ?*>* ., mit, lA V scrlption ofBLAGES5UTIEKG' I -- .
v'' '-

follows Gcii An.U5ie SxAncn.-This.starclxU,made a? t rilt U; ,- > .. ( : ( I Orders o1hJ: kd., .
; :.t3ct two:ounces of.fine .whitotgum: I
arabic -
and pound It To powder;put into pitcher, .. : In the best manner, and as low as the cost of arterial, A.C. (TIIOS. IIOLCOMBE, ESTABLISHED; .183ft.' ;) I tI ..I' '"I1 rtit; : .fl....' ;, :.'l'r>.
and pour on it a pint or of -'JI"G: rrcGINLY; will admit of. They have secured tho eervtces of come of "
more boiling water
ac{',*rdin3 tor: the degree of stretg:i 'Voii'd&ire: ;, L The Best Smiths in, the State. .....,...____ _"'_'_ ____ _. PJ'eprlclory.T

; andthcn.Tiavlng <;covered it, let jt stand all'night. i { : "t l ,'\ ({ P110PRIETOU.- .I Those who may favor us with their patronage -nlll be OLD STAND .NEW '
In the morning, pour it carefully from the dregs I nity 21-wSm1 I tf J.J ;. .; 9"j i' '; 1.11.: jfiwrnnteed; entire satisfaction. GOODS
the Poet Office. ,
into a clean bottle. Cork it and keep for use.:'" !: Shop nearly. opposite" "
A tcaspoonful of this > t. : "
gum water stirried into a
pint of starch, will give any article it is used for E. 1.1.: NEIDLINGER 181 BAY STREET, J : '

a glaze that will make it look new -.. t-. -*. -' ....... 4iln ,, Ph1.1ac1.o1phi ... I
rr -
tII'I" ? :e '. <'vvj < 'fi7',1I :* & Y Y i ji-I y A ? I PRATORIUS & CLARK I

'-. once had money and a friend, SaddIesvBrMIes( &: OIL, PAINT, AND VARNISH 0) : ; ,
Harness -
F On both I set great store ; ; \ $ 3t>> &
1 lent my racoey to any friend,. 'V RKS. '
A, ..r.. And took his note therefor' _Belting, SaddlefyvTWfcre, Leather, &0, 1V'l.. l. &, @ ",ilElllllliWT A TAIL OIt(
I asked my money of my friend, 0 ,.
And nought bnfr-words I pot; Corner Broagliton:: .und .Earunrd" S.J"e8iI-! : ( '

I lost my money and my friend. SAY..NNAII. G\, SPEAR: &. BONAFFON V FORIVARDING AND
.JIDJT For stio him 1 would not;: 1.-n TALMHASSJEP.: n.\
=-:11:.> If I bad money and a friend, 1 may 34-w.lm I o.
7.7F..: '..Ag I bad once before ., '''- MANLTACTIT.BB3 OPPABAFF1NE IICommission
l'd keep the moner and my friend" *' WM..... ..II... ..TISON.... .. WM. W. CORDON "---
" And play foot ...... .. .. .. ..... ... ; ,
np more
.;;., the..e.- -- TISOIV_ & CORDON! 1 .OILSl a ,: "ITEarenowrocelring t

Cairo has pump to decrease the floods/which .. T CFACToitS1: _'. nl.hlng simerea Vesth.ga, Linen: aana5c.tu&atofChhefat.Vuudo.'Iohlnjf, and. tnr..

throws 40,000 gallons of water'a minute.-Bo on COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS Machinery, 'Lubricating, Wool, Rosin, Gas SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Goods COU.i.lilli Iu1rt or the fullu"tu.t:

Jt. 'T. 08) BAY STREET .. andlard Oils, BlocktlMtpklli'FancyS.rinit'a4,tnurca 1 '
r If that pump-\vl s to "let down'5 for ten minutes SAVANNAHS: : GEOa.GX: I 1nck" Fla"uels' Jllllck'fJrs\I Il'!:l"; :

the population of Cairo would be in Heaven.. may 2' -"'tr i .;. A' ._' I PITCH ROOFING CEMENT PARAFFINF V VARNISH apl 3"3m- White CulurelandtPancyCLinu1lncka '

-Ectl1UJI'i/lJ'ut'fcr'; 4r.J.1"r: :, '" ____ ____ _'.I1I: ___..___. Wldte, and Fancy IJnvu :
If the Courier tells the advise TURNER & : ----'--- Black and Drown :..iUk1lxe4i: lIrillll1" ;
truth wen |
our WAGON .
neighbors at Cairo Pensacola MsracUlt" '
at least to stop .tha.f.pump" ten' minutes :I'E1PL'IL: :: $1lNCaf2NGtf5AND : and Geo. R. E, Tllu<'l.: r-MK \"eh'ot anj 1:11111"epiui": ; !
-and tyv-critv raintttes for fear ac Wbltft. rown and BnfT MltVsa _
cidents. It's the best and only chance they will 3VJNDOWEHADES. !' White Lead and Colors of all Kinds, .. I unrl 1'111"' \'Ullan. S1SPRINGANDSOMMER''' 11-l: ,'. ".

ever have for the "promised land." rndueih POUTERS AXD.. DEALERS IN .FItENCII, BNGA j -r c' aiD ;: JJcrnM r --.-_- -',' lifhaud-American DaAL6a87-Yy _' Merlull
:: JMncrbKngs', Window Sluides" and .' '-' ,,, :: Fie LIIII1I&. F'lau I"lhler.J,1r ; .
1 ; '. Jeans y .
I ; .. ''
Fixtures Loods, Cords. Tassls, Gilt Corners. Kinds &e.All :.L.- 'olhlll FIJoin 1
How" adder's
correspon-. 112', :ffroahtrt Walk and!' /
dent of the -- -lIICY Silk'17ra And OIvJt
London Times = ;u;- 8n'I"'I1'I'+" ;
1 I ITS of tho Chaplain of the United,describinjfthepray tats.House; of 6: Y.iJ!, ,GEpROJ4.mu".I"t'l. ; 1 ILLU3imfl it.. --- TALUHIADSEB, April lit: &itI. I ,. 1 Cslhaera Uter.t.irta: ;

I. Repre pntalivca, says Sometimes\ he startlca his ,--o., ..:=:L s- Jr, y i it OILS, BE.XZim-'ti .. &c,, O V thu AND rt'"culll"ll: A '1'1m l THIS MATE. THK: TKAIXS O\ atao 4 !ri>a,Lur W'
< : :
hearcrsj -lwrfl'i Httilmtd will ,, .
; ,
>y some suck passage as this i which ho AUMIN15TUATOgI'tS; ,O1TICE. lows: run, a ibl. \XD RUYa
It; 402 SOUTH
ileliverpd in a prayera foMrwecks ago', ",O 4, >rd, PERSONS iS'DEtJTED'Yo 'T1JE ESTATE OF DELAWARE AVENUE, KASTWAUU. '
Thou has governed the tvorld sIx thoasiimt yours, ALL LOCKE A.\7l;late of Leon county deceased.. Y.I.A\'OIIIlIIlt'Ynt_. % ..... jji. ;: ,
.''W-H-e believe Thou hast governed i it,wel-! arf hereby aotifled to rnaku immediate payment, and all I 1IIIIL.tDELI"UU. Arrlyent'IShcnhnsaeuat.... ... fit-: A1I.cuuTalliilmHHieal \.
.. .
Thus the approb 1ie, persona having claims Against said estate will present thJm ..,. ; ;; ? cLoTIrnN'Q.
ef Congees: was 'gven1'} Jo'tfle.fiorcrnraentpflhe. to the underat.rated wits n tho tlmtt proscribed law, or I marct i4-fim Lirave3ludlsonnt.r '' -JJ! ? : ; ,
' 'universe lo'away"; that' this notice tt-lij ba pltaffln bur of their recovery. I -- -. -. -- --.-. '- mty ut,. .V..f.y" '' ".:TSL'p. tuch S7 a .,
iiiust have been very: soothing ta'lhe prido of all may S-8w J. A. ED IOXDSO Aduj'r. \viO; '' AMD- 'e ._ __:.
i tru.Aitcrlcahslt .., --.t "W'r-Yf" Cy..L P -- I; Hodgkiss Scott & Co Leave Luke ('Uy, ,nt., ..'..,..... ...: .... .... ... .... 7tS:; A. ;)1.1 DI:: MILES '
i.raverledL'Wa4. .
j" ..- 1I.'rjvfl
co ,
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RAT1IC'S MOTICE.county Arrive at TnllnhIlMMI'IIt'.. ... .:..:!... .,vT. ., I If we would Bft'TWwie-rfuf.minds "1Tu0\ .'17L4AF3'EEDA't'E.7 i COMMISSION MERCHANTS L.L-IIVU 'jniuiuiuiBcuax' 0>!,. ..... ., ... : ? :\II p.r." Office in Rear "
Ugnkif we wpuW have-laitliful-hearts.-we, we must L;:,Mceount end vouchers p. Ay nhtlat.virtx'of WILIfJ"r.F.8EST fpai sage)ft I'1 I : Arri\lit (lulll(') lit. .. .. ,. ....'.. .,'.. ..!!!LV.flue..!. 4.00 ?>. of Post;Qfflea, !;
IM'&t Vwai wOuld hatb'' must oft;3f. Wbite, to the 1ionorable JudgdbfTh'TIitd: Leon i NO2'OLD SLIP, NEW;; YORK 1d'; M.IIt qI.UN, 'TALLAHASSEE( : 'LA' '
\ ,
muscles} we must labor for a final tettlement and ask for a rliochlll'g'e. TI1OS.. ii. IIODGKISS fatniul'alinhnpM' 'u ut... .. .?...:.),:yt.fI.' : v'
I andtbesethree-thou:; htjove'labor..inchtdenll j ju 18.486d-* .E. M. late of Hllwlleltoll JlrNhfr", Haitimoro. f.iV. ': !, A.1Arrl'auttt. iii ,.!tfilleutvwlthDr\ '
MI&.kslll.w. .. ; .
that \'alu.a.bioli1..1jfO.! .L t ."> 4 .., ) .< ..,1. n'llJp\dm'x_ .: ,. ,I %V. SCOTT,of Arm of G. SV.pent/ 1\0 !\ .' : ... lit.... .. ..,.., . .:tt'. _. II.\O) >J .... . JualLaf!
R- Co I 011
.. i Tallahassoo Arrive at ill ., ., .- .... .
Tullahaosuu. .
: u U II.'S,01of linn of Hoole iiebhitt Ikdohridoe till'W. at.'ff. ,/( .. .. ... 1.tY1P., d!! I

Dow T11Ef nsacola! O jII'eua."j- L.GenN al In Leon. Circuit. REDD.'l4 eourt.4u" ,. .Chancery. ", j J I'I'ZACH.W.Un' POOLEj bra.Spcxjalatteatlogglyeq. of arm of0- -'HVSSOUTHERN cott & (.'0.. .1'IIUILGIlII". at:'-'' "lhditmlourulUhuKivuuuulhuarrhufof'l. //uliILt from alld"I'J hJlhl! '1//tehies N'I Cg N.J Q8N'JCPR. a

is on a visit to Now E gland and o.dvises ".. Bill for'd"oree. AIto.of 1<1111buv"uJI II u IIII'Y. 1111111 hrlcltflla'hl AII",1"\\lIS :

the peopt:$rt tbbey.t: > in}; ':.G; PWP-restore MATILDA REDD. t I {o the bale llfalll.in of r and with hutwcull Ih..I .Montlcellu. nod 'I'hulIJu""lIIo, ) till "Ulllloct 1,000 DIISIJELS FOR SALt: lt:1
the appearing to the CouH.Tiy sfedivttClod In' lptlnat et. 'I.J .oj C. (1._ JW8U
pianos the carpets the silver the IT this rant I II IlIod I T 500; () :La'lIIT QUT11Eiw. "Ida
ware V
the dufendann-
vesIdoa-beyoed Ifinitlof this PRODUCE ).IOlUarr IPAI.KER IkiDu(
aw> ;; suiej41k 4rfSRes ihft children's State but within &II 8-If IA lot, bc1ay.lJuw'i' "
clotfft the United
State*s Itlatberel'oreordered //n'l/ to'l\ql& '" --1ht
.- in .a&ct toys; the lsTMs W,flaiH aU the fur> that too wild defendant do appear aiil darner,plead or an- ,' to he aril"epp all fjiVt't ---4, '..ti ).: ;..113..ilt-. _.1 HU1Jtthlh'lth'IIt.1{ I }UK1t. If bu't'tllllld cheap' fbrcaah. i .,
II' --
,r{ le r ,jltdl. r"T'T': J l .
nitura you .fcare Kwcr the bill filed ia said cauiwirlthin'three months from y '- i g. LATADiWWbdasaJsin4Reuubaaf
}.r* acquirelbjrrobbcrjr- ; '.;; and. oppreate the confessed publication, of this order, or the ,uill be taken! as '.JIouseLoldanil Plantation' GoodsU'arcs, VARIETY; T9 h _..).J- -:-.-, :-"';: ';:;:-:' =-' !
-4n" ;L and the tanne will lMt for a hearic" the '. ;
'-- .. ._ I: facto charged in said bill and It Is farther-endured: that Iiiiplciaeuls, "I n 1I. IlA.TQN i' ';"
.D.. JJJ.1CI5 'q.w; lYpasnl> callS copy of toll order be published In some PIblleuowa per i DRY ( .i'1Ii 'y....y+
s-proFnloy -qO.QP
t. Prcl1tic& the "tmtTentt-of' of thU State for three months.: Done at .fhaml"t May ;MA qlIT ,, 4IyD ..G 9P IESNaz
> orm! >Er 16th ERY.;S !
Inuit beedtotbe: toot of.levil'?slo"-.whlch .a r
Prentice says the d-1 is a"christian geI (] p1I" A true copy-Attest: ; Judgc. I UElo'EU NCESI t tilt "3 vr ... .. .,. ;.c;... .... _.IoU_ __... .....,..._...,." S1i >>J1

compared: with'. qy lop; "and that the latter 'W-am-W'ql Dn". St' : :? .)., |W;: S4WIUMS
mal!!, deft Leon Ctrealt'coort J MELfi".ClT.RJlJERJ.w:: r rkC_ '.i QOD'cMOurDINGSi; ..

r-liould be kicked! untltlie' be&mesMike the. pit P Jy"biY011ol''eur-\Wce.' f... ':: UCJ J.BRYANT L. MOORS(' ; Orittln/ Goo. ',! .II,, rIlA'nAQhf':8flU'E. .. ; 1''f; Qf' : ', ,a ". .
3JOugvjul*; 1(0011. iiontgomcry. Ala. .AXn.. :',. .j.a0CJlfM
'Jf! mlA'A'! I tn.' BQ ..... a
-i' Jump .. .. iJ BONDI.M"L'O.n v"''-4'E. e+styser_ ( outjeiueh'eru r'' i lCofi.i. Building Materials "
Ar; tI t oxi;3 :;;
] The ke1\tmolh !aficartaa )y Keep here'Jones t. now the dickens did you 14r; e J.-\S. 0.RfrFltI,1\ pemnpglla.Alt l.... < 2. :'f;
:,' that well oiled with pttia1':" "B 1tt you can unlockft urway witf "Find my way out I WhatmeanV k d baseoe.WM.ILtILEI. l'realdeDt 'Iie snore or11th!., T.U. !tf i\f 1' JCiIc. 'T. paualSlf' ta-tea Broddir 1t

f- ... ry pantry ta-the ou e. "* "Vby the but J saw of you ed hWF THOS. E. 1I.UIJILETOJ'rO't Maryland! "",MJtf.. lall'Ooa' N': ...JUW'TOftkJl:; c ,4 ti :.,w raa
,. "!h well I rod out aacaonvanr.SAaicaate. M. MCCORMICK '7.& ""+
.." ; !oat\r\. lualkT. tWr-e. eft"refe JIIG.1IIt owl IIUI''ectutliUHd utml" 10 fit 1irjeue. Itr.t lI 1 b': r
"II""or ILl Peat t Itlko. onlot-. "rll\'r.. .PartuuIpf a\l/ltjUA. i r.-hl r..hlrpIU';
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