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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 14, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I By Shober & Oliver. TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1866. New Series-Vol L-No. 112. '


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! She BtWWttMg r \ Jwtiuct# DRUGS DRUGS DRUGS ti-1Vrdttll hrhta.) r'iltl'\ \ -and squalid bed ; the rusty tin plate, the crust of-I The Prison Time
mouldy bread, and the broken wat-r jug, over :Many of our readers will find revived tieloj-: ,,

turned on the floor-nothing is wanting.; Peer memories that will carry them back to the da?
1338.I ,
ESTABLISHED: ITT: I ivell known
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BY SHOBER &. OLIVER.I ing through the grate appears tho that "tried men's souls," and they will bring u'
PUBLISHED EVERY I .. face of General Sir Hudson Lowe Miles, with a
sardonic grin of satisfaction at the success of his many familiar face, and companion of!long I w.

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Tullnhuisec, Saturday, Jill) Id, 1SOO. short and easy method of taming refractory reb- prisonment. M/ I

THE LARCEST STOCK -- ------ els. But what face is that glaring over the shoulder Capt. G. S, THOMAS will .. *
------ [From tho Dally News.] of Sir Hudson Miles? Surely we recognize bererne'q
TEBMS...CASH IN ADVANCE many friends vim made his acqul'the '
and
I IN THE STATE Our Fettered Chieftain, Jeffersou Davis. those spectacles, those bushy whiskers that!
fi00
OP
.$ GEORGIA
rAnnnln-threetlmesl\\Veek.. 4 00 mild and gentle countenance. Has the Divine 'immortal 04th" was statione NTjVhasscc.
Dotwlcoaweek BY MB,. 0. A. BALL. denned it necessary "GEORGE '
no.onco a week. 2 w head of the War Department from h's boy

t to come in person, to assure himself that his been a "model." And BILLIE Eol'llIKTOIl.
I DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS, PATENT MED- infamous orders were duly executed? Really,
RATES OF ADVERTISING, and Perfumer/ Chief of a fallen canse I indef It;gable, witty, good humored _
deter __
Xtf: A-iaVA-NOB. Trusses. Surgical Instruments, Dye Stuffs, Flavoring How the heart sickens o'er the tale of wrong this head Is so shadowy that w" cannot .
TO :BE PAID: FOR Extracts, &0., .!ic. Reno to thy manhood that fortress strong, mine. LIE, where are you now-ED. Sr
. One nnnare (12 Nonpareil lines or less) for the first Solo Agent for Helinbold's Extract of Buchu and Snrsapnrllla Where, In the power of a ruthless foe The Visitors! at olllce .
00
I Biirh Insertion niibRonuent\ .Insertion .... ..... ., .... .f1 73 Ht. Domingo, Aycr'n Bitters Preparation Preparations, Jayno's ,Preparations.Iloofland's German Ito,,' Who sought Shackles to bring were thy brought noble spirit fto then.low, One OFFICIU feature ItEPOKT of the OF picture TOE OUTRAGE remains to 1 I'e examining Prison our Times may, a i l'y i/V/ 06 t nr\U.

. Kstate: and Lei-ftl Notices to 1)0 charged tho canto nn Bitters, Clock's Hair Hestorer. Thompson' and Thalon's "T/ie shame the shame/" veil may tint bitter cry, more !listed, but not printed, at Fort D'ISdo
tmllHll'nt ndvertlsement!,oxcept Notice ofDlamis Hair Preparations nnd! Toilet Articles,, Well's StrengthenIng Wrung from theo In thy bitter agony, noticed. Outside of, and beyond the grated: ( window
by in
ion as Administrator, for which the charge eliall be 18 00 In Christian) world telegraph wires and our boys prism
Plasters and all other Patent Medicines before the trumpet tones ring through the ; is plainly seen the poles. into '
I Obituary Notice, Tributes Kespect anil Jlnrringcsclmixed trade .Hut not on thee, on them tho shame ho hurled, It does not require much stretch of the imagination : It is divided columns, and ct\:" 1Ji
as advertisements. Who tho has its contents
wrought Indignity. paper properly
.. ALSO, for the reader to fancy the following mes-
head is
dono in
very 'pettily ornan}
'professional ;nub Business Carbs.: The most extensive and complete stock of Ir sage flushing along those wires: The motto is "En temps it lien." ";'1 i

--- ._. On those, thine enemies. FORTRESS MOSUOE, ) before us is the second i 1'lS1.1e. TherJ BY
I
Xo shame Is written on thy lofty brow, 23d 1800()() 10 o'clock ,
A. I.. WOODWAKH, Sr., Fetter could not thy area soul I bind or how, May A. M. f. tus and a salutatory.: There is a c -Ictllany

. AT LAW PAINTS, Nor cast shadow on thy honored name, Jlonwiilk fidtriii J/ Stanton, Fecrctttry ff War, followed by column) of nci
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Nor blot tho writing on the scroll of fume Wadiington.. G. : And thus our poor boys in prison

And Solicitor In Clmncory, Oils, Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors,Artists and Painters' Where Indeed It so thou brightly art, of glows.Discrowned 'powers. shorn ; Sin: T have the pleasure to report thai, in obedience get themselves a little money, and ext

TALLAHASSEE FLA.. Materials to be found in any section of tho South, and at No more n chief; an old man, weak and worn ; to your orders, I have ironed and shackel-: wits and lingers to provide the creattm
with tho firm ol( llEsn\- prices which absolutely defy competition. Yet to each Southern heart now dearer fur ecl Jefferson l Davis, nllhough not without a des nail relieve the etnnti of their durance vi
will also, In connection
I UK W At.KEn, of WiHiinglon City, attend to tho prosecution Than when A thou terror shon'et to thy n fors."Shame bright. resplendent star pcratcstetingle; on his pnrt. lie made a most got up n Christian Association! several DtJTQl
or claims before tho Ji-partmrnt and bclora'
inlifcn of ConcrcM. June 21-1 y uL imprecations ere frightful: Ho even dared to contains Directories, giving the names of im,

{ thamtt" the resounds speak in It di\ 'rcspcclful manner of me, sir, and of bora. The editors' ::! are Geo. S. Thomas, Capta .
Every variety of Glass, French and Herman Plate, Stained, cry
PEELER .
A. J. Where'er tho deed darkness is unrolled Tit low behaved in the bravest SixtyfouitlmGeorgia -;
Cut and Sky Light Glass, single and double thickness. you, sir Captain ; Captain and Adjutant.
4ttors; : : .oy a1; :I'uv: A Where'er nation's throughout heart with tho Indignation world the burns tale ,Is told., manner, and was not at all afraid of him. I II. Bennett, same regiment; Lieut. V. J. Cassidy.
FLORIDA hereby recommend him! for promotion for his of the Eleventh South Carolina Vblu"Vrj
' TALLAIIASSEK, And o'er the wronged and outraged prisoner yearns j
I' flairs over the Stato Hank. Office hours Pure French Brandies With ferventyni mthy gallantry: on the Irving occasion. The soldiers, Cass'dy' from whom we get this cop ,-*m0Oi.s,
!
, from OOlro 0 I a.np in. to 1 p. m., and from 2 to 5 1'. III.I "SfiamG,shame,"'to those who struck the wavicrfblo, four in action ii"d( four held in reserve, behaved peris u smart, intelligent voting m\i\
such fallen foe
And insult
I oct:lily___ Hut Mo heaped, bravo apt It, who on a hart borne;the wrong- with great! Mendincw! and courage. I have: ordered keeps store lit Midway, f;. C.J 1''
1 Wines !and Whiskies, Thou, who hast learnt 'to puller and he ttrong": ( them an I'xlra11/ \ s of grog. Sergeant: consist of a "Salutatory:; ," "Our Pfe
I EDWIN A. IIAIIT, 'houl whose calm fortitude In sorrow's night Smith, 1 regret to say, behaved bndlv, and manifested "A Good Work,"I "A Local," "Our '-:vjcellancous

,A.11orn.oy; ; : n1; x..aov, For Medicinal purposes; and a large supply of other Liquor led around Disgrace thy fills name not a on glorious thee light. a great unwillingness for the work. I ," a Jeport of (lie :\1al'l lc'

MADISON, FLA. for General ule.BruchFoucher. think h'.1 is n Copperhead. ral original communications.VoMlVAJs M1Ktliese

1\'. Dial some !des be form
Will In the Courts of the Middle Judiclrf Cir- HespectfuHYOlll'S, may celt. .
practice
cuit. reb tii-tr & Co.'sO1IAMPAGNE9 i Our chieftain well beloved : 'HUDSON LO\.E MILE: rial! the moral and degree ol'literary ,
Errors there may have been in thy brief reign : Br'vt Brigadier Gen'l. exhibited by these gallant fellows hmi'clst:
WHITNEU All are forgot In this thy time of pain. I constraints
,
W. II. : embnrrassmenls privations
,
lieutenant and 30 held, in uinlliutiono
Mistakes[ committed In thy day of power I P. S.-A men were '
A.11orn.oy; ; : n1; x..a.ov, Are blotted out In this thy sull'uriug hour, reserve outside, but were not needed.( of prison life : '\
MADISOXFLA. Sole Agent of the only true Imported Brands the country Thou much enduring one. I IT. L. MILES. ..//'. Editor.:-A friend of mine received art'it; _
viz: Carte D'Or, Lae D'Or and Slllery, pronounced by Brave, martyr to the cause wo loved so well ; u. 11. o. vitjtion, some time in September 1803 to dinU
Will practice In the Courts of the :Middle: Circuit all connoisseurs superior to any heretofore In use. Worn captive,in thy lonely prison cell, I P. S.2.-1 hope my net!ion in the rflair Vi iJl] with n of ,
party COnu'ndes..A box
dec 83-tf: __ No shame can rest on thee; and hi tho land meet with the approval of the Department. of good things'had
Special Agent for the American Vintage Company, and a Where once It was thy glory to command just been received iron home, consisting of
t. JAS. D. \VCS I'CO'I"I', largo stock of their celebrated California brands constantly. Thy fearful wrongs have made thee dOI/Uydear, I II. L. M., n. n. o. the most tempting viands that could please tho
on hand. And still thy name we'll honor and revere, keen
THE ORAXDEST ACITIEVEMFNT OF TIrE WAlt. appetite of hungry soldiers.
./Vttox'xi.oyTALLAHASSEE; ; : n1; x..aov, 1 ill pits foro'erlif's sun Taking his
FLA. --.- -- It will he some months before this fine paintingis scat at the table, and having been called on to
My special arrangements with Manufacturers nnd Importers I
in the Monroe Building, opposite the store of :Mr. of tho North, and In Europe, warrant me in not A New and Striking Picture. entirely finished, but when-it is done, am' say grace, he asked the following blessing:
Office
tho absolute nnd Gennlness ol nlaced oii exhibition I I" the there "Cod hides tho meat
mayB-tf only guaranteeing Purity Rotunda can -God bless our friends,
A. Hopkins.___ my entire stock,but also enable me to sell any of the abovementioned The Washington correspondent of the New be no doubt that Congress v\ill make: a liberal And may they ne'er be scant
lines of goods at first cost In lines Who pive with liberal heart
prices- some and
James 'I' lUabc, e\'enloss than transportation.An York Daily News, (Druid) fires into the authorsof l appropriation for its purchase If Congress haggles : :- Supplies to them that want hand

.A.TTOE'LN"E"Y: 11.T Ia1&W Mr. Davis' wrongs the following broadside : !: at nil about the price, Masifirhvtsetts: will atonl'e With plenty may tho bonlli o'erflow :
examination of my prices will sustain these statements step in and become the purchaser, in ]honorofher May courage never cease.
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, in every particular A celebrated painter in a city not more than a worthy son, Sir Hudson Miles. But Confrp TIP' we defeat the Yankee foe,
And "
thousand: miles from here, has begun and is now bring our country peace'
FLA. I TALLAHASSEE,
"K.
historical which hd de- 0. D. .
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS engaged upon a pointing,
the Capitol when it has one" entered it. :For this _
omcein Marino Bank building\ opposite mY s D fig signs to offer for one of the vacant p'anels'hi the Ro- will commemorate grandest: achievement An Irishman
tore. be side !lde with painting : being "hard up" for money, posted "
tunda of the Capitol, to hnng by
W. 11 I. WALSH I the South. The action
"" the against
of war
adyenisciuent}
following
whic&siicatofoiGENTLEMEN
"The C"
the "Landing of the PilTrims": nr-il Signingof I which the plintingcomm"morates': throws far Itself. 4 ,.;rim a ,
S. E. Corner/ Bam<1l'd and Broughton Streets, the Declaration of Independence. The &ub- I far into the shade the most brilliant of Grant's
of Jefferson( Davis in Prison -you who have the"rocks"PlclIsecnll "-
|nct is "The Shackling .if'torles'-e\'c" those) at the Wilderness, atSpott- and
buy of
& Co SAVANNAH, GEO. a pair socks
"
NeutVIlle Butler and tin outline of the figures h' already
; as sylvaria, n' Cold Harbor and fit the Petersburg From n hungry Rob. without pretence
feb 6-6m I will brief! description Who asks the
tracer upon canvass, append a sum of so cents.
mine.. No, no ; the nation cannot afford to let
If you are willing
fin give more,
will when
of the work, as it appear leave the It be hand- bull
suoceasons TO w. n. 1l'11.1.UMB,) this painting Capitol. must como and buy at 21. ,
SA.DDLE ished. ed down to nil future generations as the crown- "K. 0. D."
There are twelve principal figures:! in the painting victory of the war. _
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Jefferson Davis Capt. Titlow a ser ling
,
namely, I ..._.. Prayer is a gift from Heaven nlJOve-
HARNESS AND CARRIAGE meant of the United States Army, four> solfii-ip The source ofnffectlnn. devotion and love :
with their muskets and bayonets the blacksniiih, I "\or A rl-ti) :'1'tv.." The quintessence of fnithnnd tho balpnmof care,

liH WI& ifi and the four soldiers without! arms, who acted as l I In Mr. Truman's Georgia letter to the New Iho buhvaik of hope-how delightful prayer."F. 0.'

the blacksmith's assistants. These figures are of .. ..
-
ESTABLISHMENT. York Times, says the Macon Telegraph, occurs -
the same size as the figures! in the other large I THE LTTTLE CUP OF TEAns.-We find tho fol'ow-
KITCHEN, PARLOR AND OFFICE painting on the walls of the Rotunda, and as fie the following passage. It will served double ing north German legend in "Thorpe's Ynlo-tldo!

I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT picture is of the same size as those mentioned j I purpose : Fist, to sho'v what the people of Georgia Stories," on 1 of Bohn's antiquated stories It is

of Goods, consisting ofGentlemen's above, there is room for all. I -respectable ladies as well as gentlemen-.have too beautiful to remain in the sole keeping of
is that when the fierce
STOVES selected
The moment antiquaries
and Ladies' Saddles, suffered at the hands of Bureau agents; and, secondly :
Fine Double and Single Harness, struggle/ is taking place between the weak and "There was a mother who loved her first child
Bridles, Collars and Whips, sick old man and his seven assailants. After a the very strange ideas some Northern people with her whole heart, and thought she could not

AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN THE: Shoe Saddle Cloths, of sleepless night, feverish and enfeebled, Mr. Davis have of what it takes to constitute "a bad live without it ; but the Almighty sent great
Findings
Leather of all( kinds every, description. had started from his rude bed at the entrance in- man at heart." We may add that every word sickness among children, which seized this littl*

HOUSEFURNISHING BUSINESS Traveling Satchels and Trunk, to his cell of the heroic Capt. Titlow, his blacksmith Mr.\ Truman about the brutal Massachusetts one, who lay on the sick bed even to death,-
Saddle and Harness Hardware, his rattling shackles and his four liveried says Three days and three nights the mother watched
:
Wagon Carriage and Trimmings Buggy hubs, "assi tants." He could not believe that so much General: true. Some of the men tied up by the and'wept, and prayed by the side of her (darlino-

145 Broughton Street, Buggy Shafts, Spokes and Rims, baseness existed even-Washington, as to'm-der I thumbs were respectable clergymen, who, on negro child, but it died. The mother, now alone in tl e

Buggy Axles and Springs, that a gentleman of refinement, a gallant officerof suspicions alone of their knowledge of certain wide world, gave way to the most violent and
r SAVANNAH, GA. the distinguished for his services in the I unspeakable Brief she ate
J army matters, were thus outraged. In the same ; nothing an'l drank
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES field in the Mexican war, a former Senator, ufoI"mer nothing, and wept, three long days and three

All orders promptly filled nt the lowed markot prices.apt of description. Secretary of War, a sick and feeble old man, I neighborhood, respectable ladies were arrested long nights. This the mother did without ceas

every Machine Belting. should be ironed and manacled like a common and kept from their husbands, and even sucking ing,calli' g constantly on her child. The third

Work made to order and Repairing done with dis felon. Ills earnest and dignified rcmonstiaucc babes, for days together on no better grounds, night, as she thus sat overcome with suffering, in
"'! patch. had been made and had fallen upon cold and I the where her child '
place had
died
3fimM Agent for Wheeler & Wilson's and Howe's SEWING Inflexible all the sufferers being entirely innocent. Yet her eyes
his
stony hearts. Capt. Titlow announces j bathed in tears, and faint from
EHRLICH MACHINES grief, the door silently
G. the manacles then and this Gen. Wild is, in the opinion of a respectable
oct 28-tf J, E. PURDT. purpose to fasten opened, and the mother started, for before
WHOLESALE: DEALER IN there, upon the honored limbs of the illustrious Northern man, "not a bad man at 1 em't.'" Heaven her stood her departed child. It had become a

captive. Tho sergeant and the "four soldiers in help his standard of good and bad But to heavenly angel, and smiled sweetly as innocence,

Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods. J....II... .SANDERSON................ C..,.K.....WILKINSON.. .... .... reserve" are ordered in. Stung to madness by the extract. Mr. Truman srys : and was beautiful like tho blessed. It had in its
the insult, the lion-hearted prisoner declares that hand n small cup that was almost runnin

TRIMMING, LACES, SILKS AND WHITE GOODS, such a foul wrong to his person shall never be "Gen. Tillson succeeded an individual" named so full it was. And the child spoke : "Oh I dear over

done, while ho has the strength to prevent it;and Wild, a Massachusetts Brigadier: "not a bad man est mother weep no more for me the of
Constantly on hand a large assortment SANDERSON & WILKINSON, when the incautious blacksmith advances, with at heart, not a negro: swindler like! Father French, mourning has collected in this little; angel the

the open shackle in his ]hands, "to fasten it upon but n raving ihtnitic: who sought to elevate tho which you have shed for me. If for cup tears

TRIMMED AND UNTKIMMED the ankle" of Mr. Davis, tho latter,with that su- black man to the same tooting with intelligentand one tear more, it will overflow, and moron I shall have shed
WHOLESALE DEALERS 11IIAUNESS strength which is given to men in extremity educated whites by a mere say so. General rest in the
Hats Bonnets & Straw Goods.Every perhuman 110 more grave aud no joy in heaven
Caps, hurls the brawny'gon of Vulcan to the Wild, during his wild career, had a regiment of hcrelorc, 0, dearest mother!
weep no more for
description off floor, and stands erect, defying his foes! mounted colored men who were a terror to Georgia. your child ; for it i L>*! well and
happy and
This is the moment or the tntiuicnt succeeding He tied old men up by the thumbs and allowed its an-n-la
are companions. It then
FANCY l S S ANn l l SAIJIUjEllY I [ "On to him negro women to strip respectable white vanished. The
WlIiOLEDALS'EGOODS, l[ this, that tho artist has chosen. my l mother shod no more tears, that sho might not
men 1" cries tho gallant Captain ; and tho four Indies, for the avowed purpose of ascertaining disturb her child's joy in heaven."

-A.T "assistants" precipitate themselves upon tho Head whether they had 1 anything i ecrl'ted about their -- -*-.-.

Country Milliners "lIppllcd-Orderd Promptly Attended to. I of the Gonfctlo'ncy. It was a during charge and pCI'SOn8c.: General Tillnon took difi'went A SECOND:::) BALAAM'S: Ass. A

UNDER ST. ANDREWS HALL, so the artist has represented it, The countenances grounds. states that some excitement was created cotemporary in the

of the four soldiers express mingled shame TiiESurHEXiuCounT OP GCOKOIA, have made neighborhood of Mrs. Kabb, Friar's .

UNDER ST. ANDREWS' HALL, I and (dismay' at the nature of the battle in which the follow ing important decisions!, during iu! late Point, Ark., a week ago, by the repeated assertion -
they are engaged, and at the formidable and un- of one of the that
STREET scibkm which closed on Saturday before; last: negroes a mule had spoken;
BROUCHTON expected resistance they are meeting with. Mi. i him fact
to ,a which his actions
JofTorisoix Stroot seemed]
;
: ; to
: corrob-
But ho The keeper 01'II tippling house has
Davis keeps them all,at bay. is being u right to orate. The circumstances! as related}
OXE DOOR FROM' BHOCOHTON, forced backwards toward the bed ; and it is evident I defend hlmsclf'against a dangerous: assault made good authority, are us follows : Tho to us by

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA that in a rew moments more the unequal upon him therein by person who had drunk )ploughing with the mule, when he became negro was
SAVANNAH, GA. struggle: will be over. The countenance of Mr. I there to intoxication: although such! a house bo perated at Hi slowness, and began exas
10-tf Davis is as the countenance of a man in battle; i not what is termed at law a man's castle whereupon tho to whip it immercifully -
;
mule
may may 8-tf but the particular expression to begiven to it can I The whole willIs not void because the testator 011'of himself and shook the harness -
of the I designed to manumit two of his slaves and leave confronting the ne-ro,
PEABODY not be decided at this early stage work. ordered him to cease
WM. L. P. B. BROKAW'S I twenty thousand dollars for their benefit. This whipping hIm, but to go
homo and
THE GROUPING OP TOE FIGURES. prepare, for the day of .Judgment
WHOLESALE DEALER IN was not his entire testamentary scheme, and consequently was
The other figures in the painting are groupedas the of soon coning and he would meet his justrew ard."
judgment probate should stand
BOOTS AND SHOES, Livery and Sale Stable follows: The blacksmith is rising from the as to all the will except these slaves: and tho twen- The lated negro the immediately fled to the house and re-
and has his hands and knees. occurrence, laboring the
ground: got upon ty thousand dollars; as to which, an intestacy while under
OF ALL KINDS. TALLAHASSEE FLA Ills hammer and the heavy shackles are lying on must bo declared under tho parol evidence the most intense excitement. Tho negro is now

1 3O Ooxa.greas: 1 JStroot; the ground before him, ready: for use. The four Emancipation isn 0 defense to notes given for a raving maniac and has to bo confined; but be-
"reserves" in a line before the door fore the attack of the malady he could
are standing
not
the purchase money of slaves sold in 1SCO with under
;1'i (OPPOSITE THE MABKXT,) WAGONS, Buggies Car- I in the attitude of"charge bayonets. Cant Tit- I warranty "that they are slaves for life." The any circumstances be induced to go near the
SAVANNAH GElORGrA.IUyU : : : Haruent always low is pointing to the door, as if directing themto prophesying mule
.8mH on hand and for sale, '.. the I warrantor did not covenant against a future act I -----._.
take up that position, so that prisoner cannot of the Government. lIe
simply warranted
Uov that DEATH
I FROM SINGULAR

... .(..'.. .GOODWIN.. .. ...... .. A...8....WOODS.... .... 4tfBRADLEY I brasure.excape lIe I has The not Captain drawn is hia standing sword. at He the mere-em I I the slaves in question belonged to that class I Walker, Esq., for A many years a CAVBE.magistrate! -John in Co-T.
HILL &; CO. whose condition was, by the then law, one of )iambus, died iu this city on Sunday It is said
directs the movements of the others. The
COODWIN & WOODS ly sergeant bondage for liCa-not that this condition
should that he bitten
,
was a short time
who brought in the four armed men has since, bv a, rat.
,
Commission Merchants continue
should live.
DEALERS ES as long as they and that the Intlamation and fever
drawn his sword but has dropped the point resulf'nff'frora:
to
This latter decision I is of
SAVANNAH GA. from one great !importance, the bin was the cause of his death. The deceased
the He adverts his face the horrible
and Stock ground
Paper Paper Ills is moist. lie bites his as there are thousands of j just such cases throughout was a mm' of good qualities, and his to
scene lips
eyes the South. We think that
WARE. this decision will death will be regretted
FIREPROOF
HAVE COMMODIOUS by a of
TT7E large number
NO, 6? ANN STREET, V V houses,and are prepared to store Cotton,Natal Stores with shame and rage. That man has a heart. be generally! acquiesced in. Fiend! and acqualntanC'pp.-Enquir

1'IetW'.e, Nassau and William Street, and Produce generally, w any quantities \Ve will make SPECTATORS Off THE SCENE I ..... ..... .r. '"

U :anAT ir o :an :IE liberal ftirnlnh cash FertllUera advances, Bacon ou all and consignments Produce generally to na. We, at can the I All the accessories of the scene are faithfully J I What sort of a throat is best for a singer to Gen. Matt Ransom has been wco'inr ended all!

W'l'I'riar' titan aid lliaUli Pijxut. map t2-e loweU pr! s. Lay 2-6: m I represented. The grated windows; the mean reach high; notes with? A soar throat. I a caadnato for Governor, of North Carolina















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,, [FROM ocn OWN-connEsposcENT.] REPORTED REVOLUTION AND LANDING OF \\VIIOJ1ESAIll ANn IlETAIL'

BY Sentinel CHILLIAN TROOPS. I j

ion The National Convention Endorsed by the Democratic BALTIMOBP, July 9.-By the arrival of the steamer

unseemly Members of Congress-The Roseau and Orlnncll Affair Cuba, from Havana on the 4th inst., Important news, DEALER INTALI
n*{t A -Selection of a New house for tho President-Th tf true, Is received. It is supposed through private I
to ac- sources that a revolt had occurred near Porto Principe i
Farce of a Minister to a Dead Republic.
., : the Insurgent declaring: for Independenee.-
} the WAsntsoTOV, July 3,18W. Troops were sent against them, a skirmish took

'. It 17 admit po The Xatloral Convention, to be held at Phila'Vlphh place, and several who companies afterwards of troops proceeded went over to the to I
the Insurgents
: abutting on the 19th August. Is fully cod( '\rs' d by all mountains It Is i further rumored that four steamers ? t.

following tho Democratic members of Congress. Tbese gen bearing' theChllllan flag landed upwards of two h taO
An and thousand troops 0'the Island and eflecled a junction I
: tlemen after full consultat-on, have drawn up
\ The Cuban authorities
& done to with the revolutionists
: 1'p 1 Union i; signed an address to the people of the United S'ates, had not made such news public and It seems to ,
1I In which D-mod-nts all over the country to confirmation. -
I ? cloud, as they urge require
1 I Tallnlin. ee. Radi elect d?lrgnt.s, who may t.\It' part In the proceed-

I Its sense Inpp. Thepu'illcptlonoftlioft-ldrcss will take place GREAT OIL TANK EXPLOSION ; UISSCE, FIOIQII,1,

I t3T Mr Joif A. 'i'uptodly, probably on the 4th of July, This action, on the SOMERVILLE July 0-During the storm last night,
i uthoriied t. receive @ ] fghtningetruclc! the pipe In a well, and, communlcnttne -
i gas
&lght can in Congreni, will no / OCI,PHATE AND ACETATE
,.tolleet monies and par' of their prcsenlatlvcs to the tank, it exploded. The oil run downto For Mia by IOR1'II1XEi.IV'IL: Y.
/'list. doubt be approved: by the Democratic party In every Bernhoff Run, and the flames reached eighteen or
assem InHiew-oildbutthrac- wells which were bunted, the OPIUM[ (PRIME TURKEY),
other large
Stale. There Is question
twenty
Dr! We surrender, to of hope,, no ho tank of all exploding and causing the heaviest I loss GU solo by M LI\'l'L
I thou of the Convention will be controlled by !
IIIs i of to has of
other In the oil regions. Upwards ,
news, and address ever experienced 500 oze of various approved
At Much Democrats, If the surgestlons contained H tide 20,000 barrels of oil were destroyed. QUININE at tho Drug Store of M LIVELY

bprielsI arm,, are followed. It will be, In effect, a National
I, / follows 1"luntc-, I> Rcpiesen- I best and happiest AND GEN. SICKLES TTEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS,
: nllon and th" STAUNTON
the eye preen of sent DeToeratic COIl v' SECRETARY IV At time Drug Store of M LIVELY
/ ; withheld ro'ultmay be looked for, from its action. RESIST THE U S. COURT ,
Italy is shaped sec'iouil I LINSEED OIL,
i is no sign that inhibition : The miiorlty of the Committee on the ROSSBAD CHARLESTON, July 10Gen. Sickles made the following PURE smile at thu Ding Stoic of M, LIVELY
and GRt nflair have made a rcporwhich is endorsement on the writ of attachment served -
' his loot it. :; ELL LINSEED OIL ,
in BOILED (
\ any I
for English
I II of utti-ly disgraceful/ nd of which they ought to be on him by the U. S. Marshal this morning ICRE solo at the Drug Store of LIVELY,

''i Old Muggs about svcijjx's \ I Ii reopened ashamed! They recommend the expulsion of Mr. I contempt"In compliance: with orders from superior authority TURPENTINE '

.I he usually I n'ee here. I Breach Rot ssE\r, while they pass over the far more atro- I decline to be arrested DANIEL !!. SPIRITSEPSOM at the Drug[Stole of M LIrLY_ \

.i Canu do. I clops rflenco of Mr. GntNVELL with a mild repilmnnd (Signed) SICKLES.' LEAD No, t Extra autll'ul'e.1
A comical Maj. Gen. Corod'g.Gen M I LIVELY,
minds of 1 tnrgnloatlheDmg&toroof
chicken yard a few I II This ro just what might bare hen expected Sickles received! the marshal courteously,
I as bit from such Radicals as BANKS, ,3rALD1N6AndIt THAIER. to Washington for nEE PAINTS: Ground, Dry and In Oil,
I I I r ems s are comin: during the and told him ho had telegraphed G: For euli at the Drug Store of M LIVELY,
I Ii nccldenlly happened that Mr. RAYMOND, of NewYork Instructions, that the reply of Secretary Stanton endorsed
\ Agriculturalists;jk, s Committee who has Gen. Sickles' course, and ordered him not to 'TUBE PAINTS: for Ai'Hals' use,
cffectiis ( II III sections was apnointcd on the lined to resist with 1 sale M LIVELY.
hat(! a very be arrested, and If force wall Emir by _
i ise meas more common souse in his little finger than the This action In taken
is to marry a wid of I whatever force w as nece arv. SALTS. a large supply\ ,
I : Evcitin above three member lime in their whole bodies ; in accordance with President Lincoln's pi'oclamatIon sale nt tho Drug; Store of M, LIVELY

,t\ An excited \ ., he had cud also Mr. HOGAN of lIH550u,;. The minority report of 1803.
l' Star : "Wa t Bryan has ordered all the proceeding; to COPPERAS, by the pound or barrel,
says : Judge ENGLISH
} ( ; mag made by these two gentlemen, comes to con. at the Ding Stoic of_M LIVELY
President.
mark me, if we r I I Johnson be laid before the
: ,, elusions entirely different, and recommends that STONE, by the cask barrel, puuiul, or ounce,
The press aiKjimaisni\ / : ( forget mind Mr. ROCSSEAC be reprimanded. The fact is, the LATER *'ROM"EUROPE.. BLUE sale at the Drug Store_of_AI IIV1LYROYALTURKlSltlOWLIS .:....

I \ the day The L85ELL marked its person most to blame In the matter Is Mr Speaker NEW YORK, July 10.-The steamship City of London ,

t preads-eoD- : rekindled, COLPVX. He could have stopped Mr. GI N>,ELL'S has arrived with European advices to the 28th : of M LIVfLY:

, ) : I '1 it moral, vituperation, at any moment that he pleased to do ult. )IIODES' FEVER AND ACJUi: CU1tE
I theVCTttcCrcrnl8 STEED ]
POLITICAL NEWS \, Fur snip at the Drag Store of M LITLY
violent listened to _
t It. He
so But he did rot wish to stop
I the mpnve recently \' now th't A telegram from Pardabitz, Bohemlti, says that SGOOD'S INDIA CHOLAOOGLE (Genuine)
alfnirs It complacently, and this encouraged the dirty- the Prussians had been beaten in a tight near Ncust-< O For gale at the Ding Store or M LIVELY.c .
I J\ y1ns, report ( are mouthed GntNNELL to goon. It Is probable that adt, and retreated, leaving their dead and woundedon _
ball l!lesa; aopeful thall11 ( (' : \ scning all of the the field. It Is not stated, but It Is supposed not +IIALLENBERGER'S: FEVER A>U AGI; PILLS,
I will be expelled, as nearly
)[ ROUSSEAU
I d. our 1' O For smile at the Drug Store of_M LIVELY.:
combined. to have been general engagement.
I ,veiled I Radicals hate him because of his devotion to the A B'rlin telegram!( states that the Prussians had' /CALOMEL RESCBLIMATED
A. !
; TII' -- t : f '. take] exldont's policy But as sure as he la expelled by I been successful an encounter near Turin, capturing :I VV For sale at the Dtui Store of_"M LIVTLY ..

henrlj'ttlll':' "r OwER.-\ : : ; ) the Hau-e; lie will be elected to the U. S. Senate by seven officers and live hundred privates I, PORT WINE of superior quality mrdlcnlplII'.

houewtthe : \ : the sand, the Legislature of Kentucky : a position which he is The Austrian army at Custaza numbered sixty: ,:: OLD ca, for sale by.._ M.! LI V EIA ,
thousand men
'
11/I Voltaire fa'' 1 nunBy : \ 0 hours eminently fitted to R-
idsis i are ]1l1t'' i to the and it may Induce them to vote for the minority re was equal to the Austrians, or greater, the cavalty I by_. M LUTLY_
I 113(1 : what Boxiere's division covered the retreat, which
grow up and LIVER OIL Hazard S. Caijwcll coil nphtou'"
I> I.
,, next : to be port.When was effected in good order. I COD for ale by M. LIVELY. "" 4
t I A ti'\l"1 -\or"' house for the res.Idenee
5n- the idea of building a new "
I Pe'in'i ,ho entertained It was COMMERCIAL NEws OIL, used tornflneniarhinery;;\\ ; ; ,
r : ":1ts'Wi'l: : we have ot'the President was first Cotton In Liverpool, on the 28th, was quieter, and I SEWING-MACHINE Store of_Jf Llt:LWHITEWASH \ .
'I : .) lire please I [ \\ to the supposed Hint the spot selected would be the elc\a- Middling Uplands 13} dBieadstutlti BRUSHES, all blzcs.

I ,g\ t r'rn' ''thl\t Gov. \ ted plateau directly east of the Capitol. The committee and provisions were quiet i Drug Stoic of M I1MLYBRUSHES ,
qu"',d'spropr.mg, \ list of the matter In charge, however, are In London, on the 8Mb, Consols were quoted !bO@i
I fifty thousand [ been led to hiding 87} I : I making \crythorough examluation of all the different discount was unchanged. Jl For ante at the Drug Store of Jf LIVFIY;_
bonds with even our
y cent election sites, in and near the city, that seem to be at LONDON-z
to .
JOHN CASNLLL & CO.
H Is to be (
, 1 money ( ) men who : nil suitable for the purpose. Up to this time no CONGRESSIONAL<

h ", u for the Alabama I : honest i hoice has been made. Tho city proper seems to WAbnii-GTON, July 10.-In the Senate Mr. Stew HAIR BRUSHES
art submitted a resolution which was laid over requesting -
bicth- lio inn sort of basin or amphitheatre, surrounded on the President to Interfere In \behalf at' the

I ","> Our Southern ) I t given them I all\ tides by hills\ and gentle elevations] These hills\ 1'i'nian prisoners in Canada. rith-tMLNKN( ; HIE] 11.NG AIL OTI1FRS.

with hp clause in tsJt-::: ; at this season of the year, are covered with luxur!. The House bill, fixing tho number of Judges> of
concession I I the Superior Court of the United States, passed with Those desiderata whIch render them the mo&t perfectmuch
of the
on't dome
viewed from the
verdure, and when .
any person who saci liicc to amendment, which provid that no vacaneii hrmice. tlthomighpoaaesalnenulncredibtcclennaluemower : : :
1 1 1 constitute a scene of surpassing beauty.- an or associate Justices until the I jet It does not produce the slightest irritation of
I office
Capitol, shall be filled in ,
States either in a c-aa produces daiidi'
I : Iho skin of the head which so often ufl! and
(o la- I I The most celebrated of these hills\ are Arlln ton I II number shall be reduced to six, and thereafter, tbe even premature baklncbs
entering the army Court bhall consist of one Chief Justice, and six as.
of the Georgetow
I west city:
+ in Virginia, ]
1 Hcignt
Here is what : I bociates It also makes certain changes in places of FOR YALE BYM
r' backward Heights and Ralarmmi] Heights, on the banks of/ Rock holding the Courts Under this bill

listen to war I adjudged Creek, noi'th-webt: of the city : and the range of hill\& Carolina and South Carolina are in the Fourth CII" : : LlVELY.juu : .

l \ debates against thlltJusttcrllllnatecJJ'.A. and un.I noithof the city, In the neighborhood ofthe soldier cult; Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Loui U-tr

offenders, without I e claimed home, The committee arc now engaged In ,visitini,: I lana are in the Fifth Circuit.
t"e and
l 1 :: !: to per The bill to enlarge Capitol grounds aprr
v god out again to I m defense and amlning these, and it is probable that: among I prlate 50,000 foi the Improvement of the same, WItS i JSJ" E wCLOTHRG

"' 'for rifle practice. we should them will be found the site\ for the future house for i iI I passed
1 I I The estimated cost of the property is about ?300"(
fiercely and pCThi us the Pro\ -h1pnts Certainly, no lovelier spot can be :
I
f provocation for it I : luV'e, as fou'id, thau those along the banks: of Rock Creek. i 000.Iu the House, the tariff bill passed, yeas 94, naj'S; ( EUIJOUIUn !

J I (,f the I Som months ago the administration througl I II : 53. The tax on cotton Is fixed at 3 cents per pound;
to
f States ought I I and be lit the fu.'"' of a1)ointlng'Iiulgter to the republic oMexico '; on all foreign coal one dollar and a half per ton.
} past offences. our! duties I I' IN TIIE MONROE BUILDING,
such!
wrestled from that Union. when It was known that th re was no ': STANTON'8 ARBITRARY CONDUCT-HIS RE.

thing as a Mexican republic. The gentleman ap MOVAL PROBABLE. 'TALL lLtSiEls.

Y i Maximilian I of con. I pointed, :Jlr. CAVPUELL of Ohio, who was confirmed W.l.SIIJNOTOl', July 10.-The President receive

:" war, decidedly I ; \ and: 1 ior<:) bv: the Senate, still tin gcta here, and there Is no visitors to-day.: JACOB BUR tit H a It
' I If tile :south; ], I rirobabllity! that he will ever go as Minister to the There are rumors of a mpture between the Preb ,

: Work else the;)' I! "republic" Mexico I have, at least, ascertained dent and Secretary Stanton, consequent on the arb!.
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!r dead oi 'I trary measures of the latter in the case of Paymaster J.\I..to1.ohau.'t Tai1or: ,
He is not
matter. accredited
'I'It about the
We find the one thing certainly '
j molding, whom he hurried off to Fort lIeHenryunder
t of the Atlanta duty to 1 to Ortega, whom the government now rccognlzps I' guard. The President directed a stay of pnceediugs AND DEALER: LREADYMADE
; as the constitutional President of Mexico, until the Bureau of Military Jubtice cowl "
that
substantial of the
., ly I or not, I do not know. But he Is not accredited tJCAREZ < !I review the case and report to him, and issued an or.: CLOTHING e
public new, \ : der for Pauldlng's immediate return. ,
-Ioue this: What folly on the part of the govern Stanton has also dismissed three paymasters, Lt.

j statement. Unim reo ment however, to Ignore the real government of' Cols and G B. Ely, who testified. FOR MEN, YOUTHS' AND) BOYS
i We are willing Martial in defense and justification of Panic
1 duty to Mexico, and cling to the shadow of the former; In Court i

i the"enterpiking a duty to< republic 1 DALLAS. Ing. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,

t the manor born." propose to ---- .+.. WASHINGTON ITEMS.WASHINGTON .

i FcrnuiitUua Item. HATS, CAPS, &c.
The : July 10.-Thad. Stevens Is a cand

us has been in this! Attor We find the following interesting news items date for U. S. Senator from Pennsylvania..
I Also, constantly on hand, a of
gaged in collecting The Senate bill reducing the number of Judges of variety
i test oath in tho Fernandina: Cornier of the 12th inst :
the Court Is another plan to head oil the
of 15 and 20 Supreme
ages unsuspecting: 1 1I \ that he We learn that a meeting of the Directors of th( President. He had nominated Mr. Stansbury, of i PJ1ISOT! ) ,LC UOASDSJli! 'OW11S3' .?t

ot the late : Florida Railroad Company will be held in this Ohio, for the vacancy caused by the death of Judge
I as a son : Silk Mixed and Fancy Cassioioros
; city Tuesday:. the 17th instant Cation but under this bill there is no vacancy I :,
on
I tures to them in
of mind in Mr. Coflrotb, of Pa., (Democrat) -will be turned
2nd Instant
The York Times of the
a home he will I II an" New saysof out of his seat In the House to make room for MARSEILLES, DRILLS,
place he gives I this Road : Koontz, his Black Republican competitor.
1 laws
to
I .
"The enterprise is being conducted haiuioniouoly And a General Assortment of the Flneit
j in the North lie tin It l is nut believed that the Senate will pass the
as
and defray all ; ol sit \ by the parties interested it, and promisesto Tariff bill. VESTINGS
) "
I be grand success ,
"Cuba" they will a I IEx'cExslVE
: it has: with, FIRE IN MOBILE.
and plenty to cat, j jI by bolt AVe understand that LINEN GOODS
LAND SVLE. i
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qui red ot them. i iI '! MOBILE, July 10.-Shlppers' warehouse burnci ,
i t has been i is thts"vcr! Jlr. Stafford ha- agreed to sell his share of Cum- this afternoon-one thousand bales cotton. Los &.. ii Ac ic &0.
I scamp / carclina' bei hind Island, (Gas, about 18,000 acres, to a 1150,000-Insured.DEATH.
AIls real i t8-Bm
w may .
purposes been __ _
very Northern company for the round sum of one
I i i lie has found dupes f Their brief; hundred thousand dollars in gold, cash down.- OF SENATOR LANE .

1! ? hate not a doubt 01 !.is to. Mr S. reserves his! house and the land Immediately LEAVKNWOBTH, July 11.-Senator Jim Lane died BARNETT & CO.
leave
\ 1 to tc ] sun'ounduig The Company will, it is said, of his self inflicted wound today
ed that every The three hun'Jred German laborers upon the Island COTTON FACTORS,
; and small squads has MELANCHOLYACCIDENT.AM.AFOLIS .
ever mainly for the purpose growing cotton;
I ; no knowledge of : ; test it being a well known fact that a better qualityof MD., July 11.-Father GoodemamClausse Grocers and General CommissionCOLUMBUS
'I '
k ; been employed \ : '! Sea Island: is rwt>ed on Cumberland tban any. and two students were drowned today, bj
!.l.tlwy receive i : 1 : l this noon- where else on the Atlantic coast. The\ purchasers the cappUing] of a bout. Two other priests clung to J.v.JE: .CZII.A.N'"TS:: ,
I' promws, and that tho boat which finally drilled nshoio.i .
would con. have certainly made a great bargain. : OA, AND AP.\L.\CIIlCOLA, FLA
.
i i the truJi could be I class ol' i

lag on, and poor i : ] )[R. THCJIVN'S LETTERS.AVo publish to-day, DEATU OF DANIEL G. LrmosTOJ?.-We have

I niry troubles" did l ) the list of the letters written tiorn this place by received with sorrow, the information of the !PROMPT, meats of attention Cotton given to New to all York Cun.I'olllenls New Oikitns and Ship nudverpool.

att.l ned. : oue Ben. C. Truman, Esq, special correspondent of I death of this excellent citizen of Madison. It Liberal ad aiicts made on con811'lIIncllt8

and one the New York Times. Sir. T's letters are ev'i- : occurred last Tuesday morning. Mr. Livingston, --
j JLlifsot. STATE built Iu deuce of his close observation of matters and i Scotchman we believe by birth, had been foi

-The State & \ things in time South as well as his remarkable futility many years a resident of Florida, and though not Receiving and Forwarding HouseAPAL.tCIIICOLA
on Ole 4'h' lust, often in official his sound sense ad
It's the ia treating the most important questions be- position, yet ,
dent and majority Tile Florida hirable energy of character, public FLA.lTE .
rich, foie I the country: people are under judgment
-
olutions were tiiitl' and obligations to \niui not only for the service spirit and profound interest in the welfare of the
1 t great
re call attention to time fact that ha\i
toicliove; the frot : we
with tho cheerful views whicht respectfully
{ done: them in his correspondence, but for enlightening countr coupled i @ hon e In AInlachlculll.o'Iorhlu., for the
ed him to cull irjiu : 'his before the I has been his endeavor to impart to others, even '
1 people and the I public by testimony )irpose! of doing a General Oommlufilon and Foi warding
I Is unconstitutional the good !ije'coastrucsion Committee of Congress, as t. the amid circumstances of greatest gloom, makes his Business, lining established relations with sonic of thobest
peace Itliottt the ) houses In foreign and domestic polls, we arc prriiar
the flUte lie I : up.- c\htiu0r !state of u Hair s among us and the probabilities death at the present time especially deplorable. ed to Otlcl' unuxntl iiihiinlugcs to shippers of totlou tllldolher
: harvest, of the fatup .10 was a member, a. laborious, sagacious andrery produca. pecllll attention will bo given to all cot.ton .
danger thereof! j ; h'' action relalhe to nonths since framed the Constitution of IDllrket. '
t ,[ the Probate present In addition to 011P Commission bunlneet, 1'eTill keep
rlZll! :> bill auf all A negro has formally petitioned 8tatc.-Floridial 12th. .
.: ulh to be. mr netaetly; on band a large Block ofGROCEUIBS
bin: lor; me 1l ) : \ Court TalUhatcliie county, Ala to bo allowedto .-. .

to the Union, .) / r it al st II huiisi If into\ slavery lIe sae he is twen- THE DINNER LAST SATURDAY.The Gadsden i iwblch
to amend [ ; Ill I good held hand, and he belt
gress ): I ,-tv / '8- I t y-t} \o,\I'lli'd ( a )ragoons were mon uvred in handsome style on will be offered to mercbanti and plantert at prietithe I IIn
thirJ of the Sutes < ; i -v ; /ilja tlw, sand dollars lie says thereieij
he drill ground last Saturday, by their gallant Northern and Western( markets, merely adding cot
ag.d.ist! : il" < } : .u.umy) responsibilities surrounding, ommander Capt. J. J Dickison, Ju the presence of transp rtatlon. ..M .
i :eJ oy the IA ;:;; \ ; ..l in s ..Us 1 j"lhJ with !hU present coudl- of of ladies and gentlemen rte will be prepared to accommodate our Mend with V; j I Indvaucee
... i a goodly assembly on COTTON cent u* for shipment or isle, and
ago and lie.iruly; I all' o --.on tLa, 4.,L. ,ruUUB Court having jurisdiction wbo k were much pleased with the accuracy and to furuifh them with bagglngand rope for the coming crop

crcbs of licpreseuU I J pi.naly, 11 ,u jHiuioes> IMS;! Jorvvaided his petition to fleet of the military evolutions Tho company I and I during the entire vea.oii,
Convention elected 1,uU iittitens. N. B.-Our IIOUBO iu Oolumlnu, Go.. will be contlimad
: tilted with sabre and
(towards quite a numberf
vellwoin t ..... at the old etaud, comer of&c Clair and Broad streets.
nine from the Sfite -
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\ hat. limn the dashing troopers were successful in bear- BARNETT & 00.
flilladelphla COlm \ \ >!l tint ia that! State hoi',estealiagtj the of the sword.
\ spoke for A u taimhluap.mpers.q I < ing away the! ring, on point A Jon 1..f1m
gressuieu Hogan : \ of miiaa JeJ us follows The owner of a good dmner awaited! 1 its inevitable doom I I
--- with thief to take the : t .i.
a
e upon I sortie makes a bargain/ !) .IHLCS: II. NASH
-vSiopniCAKT..-' South.1 'morse to Iberulle or Baton Rouge; and sell him. "Dire was the clang of platen, pf knives and forku, "
.'pnbliClljaye the the owner halt the and Tbit morc'lcii fell like tomahawk* to work." Office Rear
the band The t;jlot Uriahs money in of Vost Office, i
will be counted ia ", ; i greeted I" Is the nriift,of t the purch cr. Then the pv n- Tne day passed off very enjoyably, 'yit4 nQ unto -

1808, and predltu I : that rr goes and) re;lain' the J>on>e ii| huv'lug heel >vi and! occurrence to mar jts pleasure COmgwmealfh TALLAHASSEE:, L>,. .
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"would provoke a > 1 ." I -toltn. t '. 1WA intt "whlwe.tttt! Dr, Jl'N'. wti.

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RANDOLPH

I (O:)) .IU'1'1-.. :..-::. .: .... _..-. Mr.-=-n T._F.__SMITH_ ,-one of-. -the. I: /\FFER 1'01lIh81100 their, BOND professional vicinity.& services to the citizens, of G.V.\ 'i & AI I./ SCOTT & G GO'Sf. ''8 8OOLUJ.v.JLT. I Via Forlla.l1dillaBrullswiok!... &c,' I


.EdiOreofthe Unit t Florida Bamlor, po.setthrough\ I Office/ at the residence' ..of Pr., tJo_ .:,!'. Italy! !10-ly.... TflIC; STEAM IPH: HOUSE

city yesterday morning, on Ills way to his homo '
.1\
'\ having bcey up to Quincy and taken unto FOR RENT. : : "!

n wife. We wish our coterapornry I1nch1 rpllB Home formerly occupied by ])1', U. \\ : G.0:' : :. .

d rout bride a life of much happiness. JL Call, in the North Addition of Tallahassee, '" '. "', ...... '-.="- S.L\--V A.2SI N ....'\. I.
either with or without Furnltttre. Also, for'A\ I '
\1 .-- -sr' .o-- wile, one Two Horse Wagons; ono fort' ;ami .. II \f. "
Household. Fiuiilluro" Liberal terms and ,, '. iii.lt-
lI ooi.\t-We: were glad to greet in our oDlcc, credit with good security, Apply on the preh1i" : ir t' .

'v ; on Thursday nftcrnoon, Gen. J. J. DICKISOS, of July 10( -ott ._ : _. _. ; .,. f. ,; '''-H : bJ' .'.:-: ..-
Qulney, who has been on a 6hort/vlslt to our city. '. ': ,,,., l.H"'IJ.s.:. TIIiyFirstClass
't I S- '. = ::
;
lL t lIe Is looking well. AUCTION SALE '1 YSYLVAN. ? .1' ''. .:- -


i'I. our We,esteemed were also former honored fellow-citizen.with a call, yesterday E. A. HART, from, WflL, he sold 17th nt of Auction.Tnly. fod on I}|r r',4'.,... 4- s ,Wnaii! ;ale.! n n 1mil o tar I IRe SHORE, Hotel

Esq., of M11Teon.V Cash nt the store! of A. !llonktn. j .
a consignment! of goods of Direct I ( 'APT. JAMES: TtKKI5.rpllis ; 1IAV1WJ HKKN: :
.-....-.-..... Imporlntlon,duties paid con"I.I./
STREET 'IGIITS.-WO like to chronicle, occasionally log of tlio following: 5 -- ,
) 0 bbls Pure Jamaica Rum; J' ('s eilhsg United sutler 1haill I Renovated & Newly-Furnished
a street light when it U only nn "occasional"tuingj 2V pipes Pure Claret Wine : ,

.\.. but Thursday afternoon and night, they 10 cases Superior Oln : -- .
on
; 6 bales Bagging; Strainer, and fitted lip r.tiirescly fur the
were so "thick and close together," that wo will not IB Illocos San Island: JJuglnl) : JL iniddn route I11u'chlused, Savannah and Florida, leaver 1 IS NOW Ot'KN; Fun 'rjiiIllCI'PTIUN

to descriptions. Verily, "lightingwhisky" 10,000 Cigars. Jacksonville \:glty TIIUUS1UY NKdlT after arrival
attempt give july 1Q-8t/ 17.' .\. StllNE, Aiicllonecr. of tin tmln from '/ and
TallahaKHCc qrrlvcs at Savunnnli: onSATLTtUAV
___. _.
t must have taken possession of tUo souses : I MOUMNU 111 time to connect( with New : ; OF TIIE THAVELHKI: \ J PUULIO.

of Rome people In these parts. C W & A. M. SCJOTt' & ti'IsS.j' York Hlcaincrn.
I'asFCiHjcra by Hall Koad can L'O on board Immcdiatclt
N! --..T .9----- Bath Rooms upon arrival at,jTuckHonyllle.' without going to n lintel

WHAT is AS J.EDITORVhy! ho's an individual .. DIBBLE Asrental, Jxek"on\llle. ,

; al that reads newspapers, writes articles on any rpnE subscriber announce lo tins! public that l6 hits just Ct.AClIIOUN & CUNNINCIHAM: G McGINLY

.;. subject, sets type, reach proof, folds and mails, JL fitted up\ a complete act of Uuth Koonis. next door t to, _June_it-if. Agentsntsavnunnh. _- ,
\,. runs on errands, saws wood, works in the garden Slttwr's EitherSHOWER .

talks to/ all who call, receives blame for a FOR CHARLESTON.Via I'HOl'HIKTOIl.limy .
t one's business but his OR PLUNGE BATHS Sl-w.'lin:
hundred things that's no i : ._ _
v own, works from :5 u. in. lo 10 p. m., helps people CAn he furnished at any hour\ of the day, mid until\tl o'docntnlaht. \( Feniawlina: Hniiiswick, Savannah
, to get into office (who. forget fill about it afterward The Bulbs 11'11lip\ open till 10o'clorkSusdsy .

!,) and frequently gels cheated out of half moriunKS.!... The luxury of a tkmimejjliith-cjii! now InIn. !' 'l'IIE S'I'K'\Um T. H. BOLSHA & CO.
flulged nt me moderate charge) of B1117rt'htin :
of his I'lu'nlng8.rho would'nt be ai editor n.short time Tepid Baths, ammllul. FRESH AItMYIIPEG

".. --.0.- '' 'I' A. I10YDK. 1
y July 10-6t Ncjttdoor to HliiH.iV". ,
!
idea is sort _.__.__ __ W1IOLESALK: DEALER l.N
has said that fixed a
' :Some:; writer:: a
of rimlct every year gives it another turn ; to ,
;
; HODGKISS & CO.OOTTOAOTOES
F pull it out the first year is like the plucking out SMALLWpOD, ,
.
the hiiir by the roots ; in the second year, like ;kCu ;I Fwf"p pel.r lL

tearing the skin; in the third, like breaking the : SCIIUONKU AKCTI.C.( .n CROCKERYCUTLERY

bones ; and In the fourth, like removing the. very 4'' L

i brain !itself. .t.ND-- .
-- e.mos --'-

.;-.... Cap Forney, son of the Dead Duck, has been I .

'.. approves tried by court the t finding martial and and sentence cashiered.of Gen.the Court.Grant. I G n ra! t lIImiss! nM r nants 3E3L ..A T Jt ,

" ) ._. illl.he;\ jul"'cl !suites; i il J atl,
Tlio Chronicle wiU'bu down oti =: 11t. I I G-JL Ea. SKEROSENE S'V"V_ :R.1: ,

: I ',ate N) J. I.UCIUU'lOf). CO.MMAXIF.H.
NO. 10 BEAVER STREET.
. Tho elected to the Supreme Court
Judges .
Dendi are : A. II. Willie, O. F.'.<.Moore} IJlchnrd! N ESTEriT1 "ST O :3Et Jt f pills tlto line Fit:Avn" "','"",-(hwh'lIlI'ell''innluxtonmid I ,, ( 'placed I'alatka peiniuiiently, Fin.,'touclilnsnt onL !:! LAMPS,

. Coke, George;\ AV. Smith, and S. P. Donlcy. *. '-. Domestic Goaas nil liindiin-, w i :.In: SI. .luhnt River, solicits a Rharn of
Dry public )llItroll":''. >I1 hiu'.' ''omuiandud by olllcemof\ uxtic-,
-- )lwooilKlirle AC'o. .UIII ,'ll'l1cl'dl. I II' tiablv,, known the mid,
. SnALLwaODtroml an on route liminguii"iirpn 1=( orul'lli Go d.o
:
. .>
. J L. hillg <
A C) VHIJ. f 8m llwood & Co.. N. Y. >,bcdiiM: intiitloii''rur pus'enjern and Intuit ()U ; ,
. TBOS. ITOD6KI3B. .; evnrririniraniw\ ii' /net! II'I> and safety can be relied! tlllltl; .
It I is due to myself that 1 should publish the following GEO. W scoTr Fln..ltate IIodi\ls Scott t- Co.. U.Y HI'II 111 t"If! ;: '.M> e-.ch.irle"tnteerySltndnpati.1.
subscription and comments upon It: D. H. PooLS. \ .,' :" M.; Icn\'csHII\11II"! h > '"d"I'. nt 10 A. M.: arrives Jack"onvllluTiic'da -
18 1360. :. .,, ,'- }*. cAc.:: e .
.. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April ; ,
Uetiirnlng, will I *J rift k-nnville everyVcdueday(!:
We, the undersigned\ do hereby agree to pay the sum act bfur ,. Savainiah '
.. I are preparsd through AGENTS: to idgat8o'clut'n.araIig ;: al uo't'h15redny,
c., opposite! our respective iiiimoc, for the purpose of. repair- WE' ADVANCE fly :AND SELL COTTON 111 all the 1I1I1l'hnrlc"toll on FilclUV. '(08 j JUJ.IAX AM; \ 101 ISHVAN; MTP.limy : .
. ;lag! nn Ice House at St. Marks, Florida, said House to bte ROITTHEHN POIU'S, or \\'lIl'\\'nrll1 Jj'enS!: THESE PORTStoNEW'yOtU :BOOTS AND-SHOES l'a";3clieni( 's are Mireilki.fll: I ]pail' | l\ e coma'Iluux will be
(made with the various liu<'.! ol m" :anHliljH; from, Suuunmh
filial, and Ice supplied by :Mr.: : "'l\1lulIlKolnn\ to..tho bub.KcrtbuM or ... : tr..1; .t ..- and CliiirlCDton. for :New York. Ihwton and Jlllllill1""' ....
.
to this paper nt a reduction. of ten per cent' from -'ZIVERPaQJ; : ])IntCTij': l tl-iu_ Ajfciils-nt: Jackjioiivllle.'! !
theeslahlishedrates of sale: '
) i- :
friends profW? : ft '
Joel McKibbln,.. . . . . . . .$50 00 ub Our our connections may In L'ivImfOOJr are- burgh M will give
P.: llorz .. . . .. . . .. ;. 500 0111'i cu-toiuorsr.il tho 'ggoaofthat market.lalyTtf. HATS: AND CAI', POll3CO1ll & UBoJ1ia Rllh1ibol
,1.1.. 3lcGuilin,;. ., . .'. .'. . . .. ISO 00 / T.'tllli\ : > [ al-w I l.vIv ___ ._._
.. rn 1', Tntiim,. . . . . . . . . BOO -it.! .!:.. .. Y". v.:. !! .::. '. '" __ ..
E.lit'udfordJr.,'. . . .. . . ...., ... S 00. J' L. NKIDLINGKU!
, Huhcl't1l11mns,. . . ... .. .:.. .. .. 800 rOI E.f CHANGE 01'! FCHEDULE.r ,
Gemggooit.Mcgiuuiesu/ ( .. .. . .. ., .. 10 00 VAJBIETY 4 IIIAJ.Ltt l\
v \. Hopkins-:. . ... . .. . ... .. 1000
II. Clark f. . . .. . . .. .... .. 500 <-::''' .
t .1.1 1:. (Orcfjoijvi' : : ... .... . ... .. . .. 5 00 3lNLSiS: : \&:O"tru&.Xji:: I f )iCE RIES: .. ii.ro'( "'\ **** t"'C1\ <;I "11 .VV'"VA T t>..i::'r-i'.Vi Saddles Bridles &: Harness
.f. II. Vn\f... . . . . .... ..'.i. . 10huu0s l." fO ...-..... .i. .llAH.'i-'I --.-,.. [. ,
.' L'. Uiunble,. . .. . .. . . . .. SO/ 00 ;; ; .J: WtHtg'TSglgi><;r.-.,.' J._
R. lI.liol'moll.. . ,. . ... . . 5 00 Trills iiiatllution; is.now permanently looted\ between Bolting, Saddlory: Ware, Leather. &c,
t I jLUttlHc and Damou'g everything in tho Hue of 'l'ALI.\UAK"Jf. July-1Lit, bill,.
1)1d. I AND:; AFTEtt THIS DATE. THE TR.VUCS
J.l ]{. (C'lnrk. .. .. . .. . . . . . DRY GOODS AND G-ROOERlfcS O t the Ppmllrolllllnd (reorgln Railroad w ill run tit OX f d. S.\"'.\\N.\lI: (L\!
,
( oo. ])unon... . . . .. . 00 AND: AW WJRTI Of Iowa :
Loan tovi.. . . . . .. . ..0 00 "F'AKGY.RTICIJES: AND NOTIONS il- :Jin
i M. 0'I.oury. .. .. . ... <. . 00K.li.i'tag . .UAbVWAIW..;. . .. . . . limy., : \ _
Leave .
... Quiiicj at. 5.Ill A M
. . .. . .'. . .. : ; WOO I
culnlto'a
. will be found in \'tlrlel.pcclal: attention i Ij )
. great
. H. Walker .. . ... . ... .. .. .. ,. Ill 00U. One lot of Arrive Tallahassee . . .. .. ',111 'l'Uuaimr A; i 1'L\U.aIl.'N.
.'s Williams. . . . . .. . . .. .... -10 00 Leave Tallahassee .. .. .. .. .. . .. 7.35: ".
Nicholas Urow . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ,' /g 00 ; LeaveMontlurllo,.. . .. ..... ,. . .. ..*, 8.41)Leavettiadlsonn '' rArrive.it p. .A.IE: R .::E-X.1 ...IiTGINGIs: .
: ,
cOrPKEftY: '. . .. "
to .
: \ : "I".1r. ?
:
\ .... .. . ... .. ., BLMTTATIONGOODS. } I..rr.'' '' '
McDougnldH t.x. If. I WINDOW
John : SHADES
STW AKl
LekuCity .. . .. .. ... . .. ,
) .
at. : .46 P. .M.WESTWAU1)
1..1:. J ohllaoll .... . .. .. .. .. .. . ... } 00 which ib laying out of doors for want of storage.JPJiotcgraplis / .
O. W. and A. M. Scott &; Co.,. . . . .. 10 00 lAH'OKTEHS' AND DKAI.EKH IN FRENCH. KNOL ; -
M. Lively,. . .. . . .. ,. . . . !230' of all Sizes Lone l/akeCllyat. .... . . .. 8.40 A. II. linhanil Americm11911orhaugVlndusv' : Slmdex and
." Leave Jladlwn id .. .. .... .'. .. . . \1M\ p. M.: fixtures. l.oods.' Cord1' 'I aids (tilt Corners Hands Ac.All .
" Those luarkud thus not paid AfcBUMS fc SHAMES Leave Jlonticolto . . ... . .. . . LieArrive .. gOOdseoldatNowYorkpricewltltl'relglthtgcadded.II' : .
..J A rumor having been circulated In Tallahassee, by thoso PHOTOGRAPH '. at Tallahassee. .... . . . S.60 "
t. who could have been better Informed, if they had desired substantlals and trifles too numerous to mention. i, ,i -I ",'. 'I'" '-I, eavor5dinimeseont .. .. .. .. .... . 4.1.1 '. U'oll.thtou Sfroet,
' collected for the nUll In and take look. Arrive at Quincy at . ....... . .. . . 0.13 .. YANX.\'I.i, GKOKGIA
truthful statement, that! I had $1.600 Please step a
" ".oo(';:..Z. )I. McCORltICK, ST. MABK8 TUAIN. nluy2I Mil'
.. ._... _.
: 'I above purpo'so, and(, that I had absconded with It, I publish july 10-tf .S. L. TIBB1TT8. Leave 'l'lIlIuhn"scu."nt. . . . .. .*. 7.50. A. Al.
"' shobow Car the facts sustain the Arrive lrol'!.. .. .. . . . .. .
the above list to at St. : at ,0.20 \\)1. II. TISON.'N.:; w. uuntJOX.
I . . . . . . . .
: Leave St Mark nt.. . . . . . .1-J.SO M.
report. Arrive Tallahassee nt .. . . . 1.80 P. M.
of 'U' ISO X ii 4 0V? .
,
I It will bo teen that I col41ctcd only 5173, ivory cent Roan
Rail d Coe CLQTHJNCTIILxctr
Atlantic and cl Gnlf hour will be arrival '
\ I to refund It to a (cfFJIulfulI given on the of the care' COTTON FACTORS,
which is In my hands yet, and am ready Tallnhaesce\ for Dinner going from and<1 coming thi- way.AllucofslaResbetweettQuineylininbrldreandAlhagv. I
the subscribers. : COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
I
) such a slander I and between Alontlcello and Tliomasvllle.vill\ connect
industrious
circulating '
Those who were ;
S ) REDUCTION OF FARE. with the trahii-. !IIU) HAY STU-EET,
considerably ahead of the I
will find now that they got ILODEIt'1'VALKE1I.I:. SAVANNAH C3-EORC3-I >S..

. music.. ... .. :! : "V"T,r.L+e.rLRI: : may.l-lf I ; jen'l; Superintendent.: innya-Mitf
... The concluding paragraph of this Card, as it appearedin :s"o;!,{" .
S .
) last Issue of the Sentinel, was obscure in its state .jIy\r; .. .1, TAVI.Oie
the "
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,
," "" ..-..... '., ;.: .". Atlantic! amI( Gulf Rail RORl.(
I menu. I intended to say that I had paid for the labor, :-m' ,...)lit-;;.-. -wnEo- ;." t .11 .."- ,:- :

. nails, etc., used in making tho repairs, the Government I STEAMBOAT AGENT & GENERAL

Y having generously furnished tho Inmber.IJ W.. A. NOWLTS. Atlantic bUPERINTENDENT'S and Gulf Rail Road Co.: OFFICE, July 3, ISM. f I CROCKERlj- CHANGE OP SCHEDULE, fOJIJIISSIOS' & FORWARDING MERCHANT( ,

llth 1560.J and after Monday, July 0, tho faro from Savannah lYriiamliiKi
Tallahassee, July FROM ("Im'ida.1II11 .
: -
will bo reduced to (sit) Twelve Dollars, I -
" -- and to other Stations in proportion.\ ", 'f' .. 2'/.1I
-- -- .. r .>r.rrtl : .. __ _.
EXCURSION TICKETS not trantfcraMe and {rood for ." I I ,.,'.. '. .IfNl! TfX'aJYIYeIij I: ; '
\\l' (\\l'Cl'ti. cmcnf live days from date of Ticket, will also be sold at the varl- I V r.:3.U11W'n,.
Ill Leon Circuit Court-In
HIS agencies during the present month, Agricultural Implements Chancery,

.. --=-::==== roving; at the rate or 8 cents per mile mill RETURNING UI'I"Il'r'I'I.'ti1'r' <' & UUL.V I H. !It{., i ELI.IK: :; \\'.\nn. /
!l\' FSEE. J. M. SELKIRK Io'ullllllh.Jny: 7ih, t isiiil. t tN v*. Hill Tor a Ji\orff..
Pipings Couplings Elbows &0. July 10-lm_ __ .._.._-Uancral Inpc'rilltunacut.To and( alter Jluy I lilt( IWai 1 1, the- 1'iiisciiiriT Tnillin mi JUAN l'. Wil.'I (
U this( !land will run ns follows, l'Jlluec.tlUh11th night: 'J' appearing to I the Coin I ,by allld.ivil tiled ju this cuu....
T UST RECEIVED from the! :North n lot of ole and n trahib on tho Cunlml liullroud : [ that the dereiidant resides beyond/ the limits of this
the Merchants Manufacturersand
f I half Inch Piping. Couplings and Klbows. tit Ac't ,. Leave Snvnniiahjnt: T30A.'SL, un JIond.1}. Weduc'II.IYIlIIII| :,Italy. but wllliln the Tufted I Mates: It IH therefore ordered
Parties owning mill, and ull others iidudlnjf the above Ae r., Or '.: Friday. hat the! ciiid defendant do appear\ anti demur, plead or an-
articles, will be promptly supplied upon tip lkution.: Residents Leave Tlminni-vlllv at Iii .\. M.. on 'i'ue.day'I'inuwhty saver I the bill tiled in Mild cause ulthln threii mouths from
.
Julyl-J-lt __ _._--T.: f. \8SETT.THE Georgia. iiud Saturday. he publication of Ibis order, or the mime will be taken.
Arrive nt TlionuiMillu !II.tT I 1'. )T.,
on Mondnv, \\"cdni- 'omened. I, and the rnune: will be set for ahem'lugouthe'
f EXTLEilEN: I have the pleasure of presenting fit day and Friday. iictx ch.irircd\ In Mini hill; and 1 It I'K furtlior' ordered' that a
UTIlER! GOflA\ i UT your favorable notice tho flrst prospectus of the. .t Arrive at SaMiinuili. sl li.ll.l( I'. M.. on 1'netlay.'i'hur.dayand rape of till* order be published llu some public newspaper
t' int: Sulunlav.inavW in tiilKiaic for thiee month.

; GEORGIA STATE DIRECTORY, ,. I 'Iim -JOHN'-; -St'UKV'KN.-' -; -I'uidilit.TALLAHASSEE -. jtllll' j-IIIII; : J. WAYLES. .!IIAKElt, Ju
Ii Ill I,con (Circuit: Coui't- Ia
BAINBRIDCE, GEORGIA. The Directory will give the names of all tho Business Men, i Chancery,
llanufuctnrercj, l"roftfasional Men etc., residing or dolnz' THE CITY HOTEL ;r.l'II.HI11: .1. UKDl: ,
business in or village In tho State. It will r'. -mil for divorce.MATILDA .
Un,". 13 r. AV. :II. HOOKER: IEditar.tTEC also give a {generalist of Charleston, New Orleans, Louisllle LOWEST CASH PRICES.Sr KICDD.I I IIT
\' Cincinnati, Baltimore, Philadelphia nod New York appearing, lo the Court, h)' aflldavlt tiled In Ills cause,
). A. PADHron. Proprietor. I merchants who transact business with our State [t Is the I I 1 that thc defendant rci-ides, beyond l the limits. of thin

Intention of tho publisher to publl-ih aboutapivo II I ut'l'OSI'I'L'I'llti; CA i'l'i'(II.\ late. but within thu L'niled Status : It is therefore ordered
ttxtabliblied In S57and has the largest cir- tlUlt the mid defendant do appear\ anil demur, 1 plead or anrect. -
I i'Al'Elt the bill tiled In said within three
hi SouthWestern Oeor-'ia. ] : Tla.oxtGjei.zi.c'l Oojoioa.Tiustiug / causu months\ from
Jiculiitlou to the Inter. : the publication of t this order or the sumo will bo taken asmilriiNvd
Tim Georgian, belupr and Somh-Western o\'otelllm.ti'cuJul'l, Oc.rgla," Is an that the Directory will meet with a liberal up- FLORIDA I mid the nuiMTuill he mt 'fur a hearing on thfirtscliarccil
Dale of Southern Modlimi, and Is commended to port from the merchants of oar State, I remain, a (: in bald bill ; audit Is 'further ordered that ,
excellent AdYertl.lu1 Kospectfully. your obydlentservant' I Lusty of this order\ be piibllnlied\ in tonic public newspaperfifiU
BuBinens ) 101'0.Mr. JOUN CUBBON-BKAIN. Publisher Stale for three" inimlux.\ Done nt Chnmhon. Mavlitli
JOHN A GItL'I1BlatheGeneral Traveling Agent Box 21"!, Savannah, til. ISIlli. .1. WAVLES H.\KEn. "
Hud will receive Subscriptions and BY J. L. McGUFFIN.
liKoiiuux
of
the .
OnRIE LEA ot Charleston a. C., General Agent. Judge, &
Aclvertlrft'iiicntrt, and all contracts made for us by 111ml'Ul J. : ::0.
J.DARRELLofSuvaulmh.lia!: ( Oeu'l'}'l'Ivelin11111.. A true -.\ tell :
with. N. : ''Uo1v1l1 eMnblislted branch of our house In New York, cop
be compiled
Ga. 'l'I'uveling ('et' A. ItRVAN,
P. L. COOPER, ot Augusta, Agent til II.

TEIIMH OF SUBSCRIPTION : we lII.tllttV\ 'cd ia t lruII1'OOd! *of aU kto'dj, tn Spy (jumi-!, f maj III! "liii-Jtm Clerk Lrou: Circuit.Court.. _..
TERMS OF ADVERTISING : I O1EII IS'I'li.t'1'OIt'S!'
One copy OliO .$ 00 (IMoprlutorol'ihUHotelInliimmthi'miblicgi'i'iKlly{ ; l NO'I'ICJ .
(Jno co))},sixm months. 150 (IN ADVANCE) tit)', at the .UorU''t Notice, and tin the woo ailvantnoou 'l'UE travi'lorn la parliciilur that h. htilll lives, soul holds \'EltooXS; INDEIITKD '1'0 THE ESTATE OF

Oue Page. ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . ... .$4000 forth at the above place iof old. To his friend and nc- 1;11.3 AM I liS I.OCKKKM. latu of l.uon county,deceased.
::_ ,tAdvcrI'w1I1ents! inserted n>i liberally In any other One half Page. .. .. . . . . ... .. .. 80 00Ono terms, liiHinttmccH It I is lIec lr'." In Miy unythliig; hut to allfriends lire hereby iiotllled to make inHlledlutoIn.nnellt\ and nil
.Journal. Mdll'eo Fourth Pago .... ... .. ... ... .. .. .. 19 00Ono acquaintances and tmiij'oi-s/ ,) he would say that lerminhut hug elainin. ajniln.l Mild! estate will present them
.. .. OEO. A. PADMCK Proprietor Merchants Card, Including copy of Dlreotol') .. 10 00 10 condones to furnibli the i bo-t. uecouunodaliotx mm f.iru o the mulprtli.'iied 1 wit I .III the lime prewribed bylaw, or
:1 __, Halnhridgo, (Oa. Price of Directory... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. 800 the; city alturd", Meals: will h, I'uriii'hiMl! al my hour to ''I hKnoiite will be \\11/111111 bar of !their recovery.innv : ::.
a.y
; 1t-- There i is
thetnirrlor. '
ult a
: I h 1'11\ 1. A. KO.MOXISON\ Adni'r.
_JulyW-tf .__ .. ._ _, a .__ I.. .... .. "'''''''"-.,', .....,.. ".. I I : : :.._
AOE: : DtDlTa: = AIEIII1I''ra,1'i'iQi's OTICL.IX .
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1 AGmN r3L'19 VV AJ.'WlJlmn.: FINE BAR ROOMattached
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.MONTHS AFTEUDATK I WILL I'1tESINT: 111H \
and CAMPAIGNS OFGeneral iiccoiints and voucher UI Administratrix! of\ tho estate
:Machine !
Boiler Shop TILE LIFE AND !
FOR
I to the Hotel, II here the boot Liquors can be found. of L. M. While to the hoiiorabli jady: of Probate of Leonomily
The niotto of this Hotel IH, as it has always been, "\\'eP : fur a tlnul bcttloinunt "1\I11I"k for a dlcclmrtro.Jan .
JacKson '
TALLAHASSEE; FLA. (Stonewall ) CASH' ADYANOJSS 'M1\DE. I -' tLcetoplease-\--- -) ."- k .Jlllle_. t1-Iy- . IN. 1b11t!: 111 1-;. M. WII TE; Adm'x.
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By Proto 'n. t.'Dabney, D. D., of Vi. } I A. F. HAYWARD Ilveeutor's Notice

f -'iii K biihacriber having opened a Shop on his promise of the Immortal llero. The M : (WTB Of TALLlUASfEl: 1'1.'nTH
1. opposite the I'aasengur Depot of ills 1'cneacola auntGrorgia THE Standard Biography '.. iinderhl''npd Excctom; named In the last n I'll) and
1'ho author
widow. apeuonll I 1
Hail Koad, for the purpose of JL pnly-'edllion authorized Stir of tho Christian Boldl r. U'-U. t. EI. xiwcE: siortr c& CO.1MPORTF.B testament ot William. lioniils. lute of Monroe county,
] friend and G'IIi'lor ea.JnQ1t _
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State of V'lorida deceased, duly urcordiii"a
OFV1.NES AM I.IQrORH, having: qunlifled :
Bend tortlrculirsnna
Eupesi Boilers and Machinery: We want An Agent In.lel') county. tho ntatuio In ouch canes niado and \11'0I I lied
Repairing \
\'r ace our terms. ATIGNA4 FCW8UISO C0. '--ANDCOMMISSION Notice I U hereby given tq all creditors, h'I'B1OM. .nliiter.

Will repair or build new Bailors, Smoke Stacks] Fence 814 Ilichmond., MERCHANTS ions entitled to distribution of the Cf lute of said deceased
Jim l-8m SoyenthStroet ,
YNo lhat their claims ill be barred, at tho
KuiUuar'of pattern and keep constantly on hand --- -- ---- w expiration of two
BollerTlata any HfveU, all sizes., Piping and Elbmva. and will 11 DRY STREET (:\Broidwsyi) KEW YORK rears, mules exhibited within the sallla.11 '
furnish Castings; of Hoses or Iron of any description, at JULIAN BETTOR: ilodgUiss[ Scott & Co.: beep constsntlv on hand t isrKa; stork (.f des( old \Thi,". .\ )persons Indebted to thi i-aid elate are hereby tailed

short notice- Baws Gummed an! pat in order when re- : llftm_. _. upon lo make payment lo Jl'LIA. DENNIS
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miired, and Cotton Gina repaired.I DEAiFJRIN
am now prepared to furnish Englnesand: Mills from the Notice. GEOHGE U. ALLEN
Washington Iron Work Newburg, N. Y. Pet> pattern INlttheJ' Copartnership _Jim' .! .3"2iJil'" __ ._ ?_ .. Eiocutori.:
desire to purchase EBfiiios and Mills of the aJbovf {109tti! jl.qes a..1. ri'fiE IInderblalied have thin day >nt id into copmtntr--
can do so through: met and also have them put aU I i ship, for one year [hold date, under the name of Now NOTICE.
Special attention' paid: to Plantation Work of kinds. T A tLAU.\E$SE; FJJ.A I E'YY BK. ? ills k SeotL for the the liar Room I' EEIiS after date, I shall! apply to the lio'uowbl
. Carrlaue, Wagon and Buggy Work done to onler. PUlJuS knowniitharinridon SIX"
J 1 4riiettDI > .J ".' '-,. sad Saloon 1 ng e. a of Probate of Lyon \ for Letter of Ad
By strict attention to business and reasonable ChlI'i6t "! ... W. ". NOWlIS I mloituttton on the relate of Daniel" Slke), lie ef Leon
l Huik '
I IP Koilfl'of SHUc: \ ; /
, ojJe to receive I share ot the\ t'llbllo Imonll@t. ) ; ,. .. W. r. V. ecoTT. toua y deceASed. \ .

jul1 Torml a-tt Cash T, J. 1.IE'tT.. ,I mar 50-11 ..: 'r ., -If ? jl"1'., J' '.Tallahassee, Jultt..m .:, ::::.::..;_.:. J lTMt Y' ;i jnnj-w6t JAME5B.STKiri.IXS, ,
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FLORIDA SENTINEL OITH. K OP


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OFFERS '('III: I.I.'AIM.>/ : (.. I 1.1"1', OP ARTICLE!' i'. ..
I 11 IB l-millf AC I'J1W.U'I'OWI': ="U Tt' j .. for( the State of Georgia for Ivittlc's folding Spring Beds and Mattresses- at i\ Y. Prices.S. .
I Ff UCTl ATIONH OF VWVWKAND: (
I NEW ORLEANS: )1.\IlmT8! :
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""J B. HARRINGTON
II! TEN BARBELS :NEW MESS PORK, ,


t; I By tho Barrel or round; ESTABLISHMENT, may io-3m 178 Rrouglitoii Street, Shcrloch's Old Ury Goods Store, Saran nail, Ga,

I II I .( OWi jJ! UVhTDKHVU MACKSFINEaBOUND -- ..
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;, j LIVERPOOL SALT. flCBIXERfWPOTI! i =:re.CB.A.N"GETIlE:: .l'III1: FLOHIDAE : NEW GOODS.


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t Ol'l'OHITB THE CAl'lTOLISluuMnnt .
I ;1 ,'tfrom White Sonthetn font,constantly on hand. Iac.. ccthn iMth the N'tw'pnpfT, nctt jnnt fitted upi i :! '

.1', Stationary Steam Engines : _- .: PEATOEIUS & OLARK
witu tho ,
very va ,
PRIME RIO COFFEE FIXY.ST "
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I; :I T3E1.XImperial '*: s ',,10: TIN ."'1' COBIPLLTk SAAV MILLS, GHlbT( DINS MILLS, !i I ICO'l'TOX that Lit1L'ORS 1 ICE;.can w ill l bo>ofound. kept on hand., every day dining- tile 81111t1nel'. i\1E1tCIIANT\l E C II 1\\ N T T TiIILOIIS 1\\ I

I and every rt'fici-litnent provided that can bo fonml in OI1YIIIIII1'
''I Uiuipovuler, ,''''plln, nllll Suiiiliwig (\or Engliib.y ( cutnlilinlitncnt in the Son:: til.
iJ'.. -*." Uivaklaet) Wood( Working Macliinery. ; In our READING: ROOM vbo\\\ finiiid a fUuct Iht of '[TALIi\JASSJJE| FLA.
I late:?',CWFJIIJCI'I!, from every part of the country, Koilli

I', SUGARS : SAWS, ]',Ein\i! (J, raid'i('UK South.I URGE AND COAIF011TAHLC[ KILLTAUD SALOON '

up) ctalr-, will prow a )plcacant )place ot revolt to
u I'ino[, White Chisel ('utI for Table Cue; Yellow. and Bi on'n BOUlt k nQ Jab b Dffico Machines. Firo-Proof IhoRu who indiilL'o In the lImc.

of Various Grade-. Agricultural _nmya2-tf ___ ._ W M\\L1V_ : .. \\71' are now rcciiilnpn: line asBoitment of Cloths, Ca..
j E > > riinere. AisliiigR Linen Goods, Clothing! nnd Fur
Sn-fos, ct: c.x F. W ANSLEY ilcblnpr Gno t., coueletln? in \part, of the following-
I Flour' Sweet Flour Sour Finn( muck, Uluo and Brown Broadcloths; '
llliick Uoeskln, Fancy Spring Cnsshncics:
I WATCHMAKER[{ JEWElL Uluo Flllllucl llhll'k Duip d'Kte
t CODFISH & No. 1 MACKEREL.I : ; :: JM: El :MES Black and Colored Itnllnu Cloths;;
White, Colored) nail) Fancy Linen Diuks ;
:: t I BREAD : CELL OR.\TEn i AND rUACflCAL J01513EJ:, White, Colored: and Fancy Linen Drllliug;
murk and Brow 1 SHU Mixed( Coatings ;
THE STATE 1ONROESTTALLAItASSEEFIa. Fancy' and \\ hite Miunclllca
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.,> i'1' Boston BUinit, Soda Biscuit. Portable Steam Engines, i ii .n adjoining! Jlr. Cito.Duinon'a etoro. 'Jr.t' ''V Hlnck Silk Velvet nnd Silk Vcstinija; I
.j Wine HlsCHit, Pilot Break, Oyster Cracker*, ellF.11vc11(1 deecriptlini. \Vntchea ropnir- ;::-m. \\ hite, Ilronn nnd llufl' Linen fliiits ;

It, I And Butter.Crackers. i! !. .!_\ arnntcd: :__ _h may 31-lf :::. __'=. I'otton Linen anti and Paper Merino Collais Half,Hose Lisle;Thread;

ICE' ICE: ICE Fine I1 ino Linen Cotton, Fino and Gauze Jenng Merino Undcishirts;
Brandies Wines We' b t. (I. : r
i' Whiskies T' goes great rspeuno\ procure Cotton rinnnel 1 and Merino t'ndeighhta; ..t
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1. t IIsle'1'hrend, Berlin, nnd Kid: Gloves;
: >' : .. I We will be prepared( Hiindkcrchicln, Bine'k and fancy Silk Tics coil Cra ats;
'V1-rISIUES ... biiFpcnder"; Cashmere
; : : ershirts;
i .(! u if' I On and After the( 4th of June,
I ;;: ALSO A FINE
LOT OF
Old Cabinet \VUu i!ky. by the barrel or{ciillon ; '1- ., 'r. I
I \ Old Cabinet Whisky, by the case of N bottles ; I. "f'r.j\ :a'j, To furnish Ice in quantities to suit purchasers' MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS'
1 X Bye WhUky! by the case of 12 bottles; NEW TYPES ; ik I
.* X Rue Whisky( by the barrel or gallon. ; ; .. t l AT THE LOWEST: RATES,
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Goautne Scotch. l 'V1II kj' \ "j. ".J ;: :;
l 'it". "'--...- ..iFf;:-,,- -.!i' ''d.c.'l'L'1t'fn ,\ I At our Ice Ilouae opposite McDougall Book I Store
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i ':BRANDIES : !\ ,tT.-4't "t..YAJ ('. ;{...v1! SPILLER, CRICHLOW & Co. .

ff I S : J.N Jim. ,:! __ inch 2TtfV.
S C'liolee Brandy In bottles, for Family nee; ..-.. 11-..,., Stf'i'O -- - -.-----------
of I'uieh; ;/ D\(1l\lly-goo( Ik\iti .. .t\\ : ,
ef the Least De ii'", I k
I\/".." ,'"1.\'" GX .;rS : ....u .;: '(ar4 ..1'.1 I II I OP :Xj!. J3L.JST T1 333 U. S A. RYAN & CO.
./.... ; ;\" II "i',\ 'I.'ING! !SCHOOLS.
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Holland Gin
-Vina ;
bt: liio XI Public Schools for Freedmen: in the WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
anc1.: CoolJtni1a : : Slata of Florida: ) In the place' of L. M. llobbs, .
IOTTOA GINS! ( OTTOXMcCAKTin' GINS !
Drake's Plautatlon"Bltter, New Power Press persona within" Teathuis, mid T oat'hers "'i!*
Dinner Bitters; BROWN, TAYLOR, bOLTHERN. EV wl.hllll: School; will address me through the '
Cocktails of Braudj.. Gill and IVhlaky.WINES! Amerlcnu and Excclcior COTTON;Swith Pos-tortice, nlll when present, will 11\1Imc r.t ''T. Imported & Domestic !
LiquorsAXD
Engines or horse l'ower. the :Methodist rnrsonaffc. 111 this citj
: T. L. KIS&KV; & <'::0., IT B. DUNCAN,
/;- -t.! .. may In-/,111 .IM Bay t-trect, S.uamial, Ceo.JOK : may 3-tr _. __ tuperlnlendcnt.BlACKSMrrE:; .
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i of French11'IIt; I AGENTS FOR
lard I'ort Wine (of Gmpes tom the rrnlnre cf Burguild ICE I TOE I
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S i,,S.Madeira Wine,tar the bottle or gallon : )Wtnufnctnrf txprcs'ly I; fires IIT:- Hoe L: c. .
'. \:Voolctpg Wine; Vidor: Vinegar. KELLER'S' OELE.
RATED
d ,. H. B. FITTS & co. WHISKY
\ AI.E A NO PORT JUS : H. C. GHEESEMAN & GO.Cor
I NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE EVERY DE.i .
Jel'l'oy.le.! AlfeoP' India Pale Ale, Guinness'Bi 9 MI i AnE of Fane Clrautpo(:. 's, &c.:

Mom, Bjaen' London Porter NEW JOB PRESS S Drayton t. ndBioughton-. Lime, I 1 nL. ;tar UTUn\G d.

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'.r'OBACCOS In the best and low tho cost 207
; : manner as as of material, oI.C.: J3.A..V! srrFt.EET:
SAVANNAH, GEO. will admit of. They have secured tho sen ices of some of ,

Mobnuineoy. !In cad le8 of 20 Ibs: each; I Tho Best Smiths in the State.
Pride of (the Navy,In cuddles of 20 Ibs. each; SAVANNAH
*,? Whpje boxes. \aiIouBgrades-smokin, nod Oewiu.l, ; e here now on hind Urge qUAntity of thp Those who may favor us with their. patronage Trill be GA.
*:)'SoUu*' chewing; guaranteed entire satisfaction.
S Tube lioso smoking; r:Shop::; nearly opposite the Post Ofllce
rand deal smoking;i"Iolet v Ifunufcerurfd (t. order b? G ort T G.rd.n, ::fur Y.rk, Best Ice ever Offored to the Public feb 3-1t'_ may8-tf
smoking, &c. ) .

: .f{ ill : .1 I and are prepared to 1111 all orders from Pbi.1ado1.pb.1.aOIL : JOHN W. ANDERSON,
GEORGE W, ANDERSO.y JH,

;' A fen Boxes of Choice Cigars. I PAINT AND\ VARNISH U. It. ANDERSON, JOHN W. ANDERSON, JR.
; ,' ALL PARTS'OF GEORGIA AND
M'; FLORIDA,

j r .Rail Road Mills SmiflI ; The Yen Finest. Inks WORKS. ..TfIx'T) AiMEUSOX & SOAS
1 with dispatch, and us low us It can be bought from anyparttn9 ,
i t' la Bottles and Bladders III the city. "
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ADAMANTINE: SPERM AND PARAFINE CANDLES, \\ e lure, vipeilenccd; 1 Imndn employed winUNULKSTA SPEAR &. BONAFFON FACTORS: AND: CEXEIUL
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ai.L rrALTeuEa9 Vt'PARAFFINE ,
Babbit's Potash
: ef All (dan! ad D 1'ACKING Commission and Forwarding

Fifty cents worth makes" :Slue GulloU* of bojp. I
OILS
and ill arrant Ice,
r n w good good packhll and! I I

.... : .WASHING SOAPS, iFrum
1.0'" 111:1 CI S. :I.v.lEE..CE.A.NTIS: : > ,
i 1 Machinery, Lubricating, Wool, Rosin, Gas

I"s ., : 13 to 18 ciutx.IJoudcr \ \\"E S.1"".. ';a7T V: "R'. All order should be addiP ncd (to I and Lard Oils,

Corner of Dl'ayion raid ';
( in Kegs and t'uiiistcis Ih"YHlll''Hl'eets.
i .. PITCH ROOFING CEMENT PARAFFINE VARNISH
GEO. \V. SMITH, Agent I ,

Shot, Gun lips, Ai &c. ,'. Savannah, Oe). WAGON/ GREASE SAVANNAH\ tA.!
May tl, 18ttifmrur.Alll. ; ,
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t *.1. tile ncdtnitEVERY canter -- ---- ---
I White Lead and Colors of all Kinds I'
I # ...........(..t.:. II\RD... .. UK.SJAMIN. B. "EIClClLL. NOAH
A Ia&Betaseotnieut toariheLy the Antic-bought:.: low ..... .. ....... .... I WHEATON,
C 1! AND DIIALCr.S IN holusale and Retail\ Dealer III

., "'YVOOD,", S VvA'B..E : GUERARD & FERRILL, !I' DOORS SASHES BLINDS
Rosin Southern Pitch
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BucVoU
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,. WlUlh.Bo8rdJ Brooms. Cluuns. KIND OF JOS PRINTING KNOWN! TO THE ART,
i W. W. Umbel, Shoe mibe., Musou's B.tckla.! ., WOOD MOULDINGS

S I -. },and?; Cotton 1Mor Mats Rope, Man.Il for PIilw 1t ppo Iaues, &c.lr.- COTTON FACTORS :, ILLUMINATIM( OILS, IJEAZIXC, &c, ANDBuilding ,


FRUIT 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE, Materials,
&C
,. .N'I 26S & 270 ;
FROM THE Canal Street, near Broadway,
O.\NNElJ 1'111 I.ADELI'IIIA.:
tluure: &:0. PeachesQulucei'lumeCra.beny. NEW YORK.
,J&LLlF.08A.o11Cflu; Tumblers and Jar GeueralColululsslon Merchants, march Mim A large!: assortment of \'ul'lol1l
-- -- --- -- stjlus constantly on Land
BANDY PEACIIKt: nod made to ol lur. Particular
attention S
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UA'l'SITPS A$ APED AND 1'lt'KLES---or SAUCER- all Englieb khrd.and and American sizes; : rMth i 1 Hodgkiss, Scott & Co, ol'lIers. __ ___ __ _paid way ship 2-}.<))111\fng_:'

.,. SYpUPS'l\Ion.; ; Raspberry, 'Blackberry, Currant: ie. Ray !M i'<'I"t Miiviiiintili, Gem'Rill, Ili W. MERCER K C. ANDERSON, Jill'
1IX11lAC! ; I AS80lt'J'EII CASDlBt! Trabo I h het t Poster .
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LAYBR .
I ilhSINS-New euperloi'In whole and half boxes: NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. MERCER & ANDERSON
UlTftON-TURKl I1' '1IIallly: ,
PRtNEs; T110S?n. IIODOKISS, lido of Hiimliclton Ilrothera, Baltimore ,
AI I..MONDtI-80n.1U1 r.neu; 11' Produce ter hancike1U'nua::; gnTOcte TUIBEJT, .
I NDT&-Peoan. Braxll Filberts BordemuVaInut.' .; I mid boliciled. 0. W. SCOTT, of firm of G. W. Scott & Co., Tall iliasseo, }8ilNEEr{
SAl fiS-uarterendhalt' bow! 'Wbeudcblred! ; ve ulllehl\ |> cotton to our friends In New 1) 11 POOLE of firm of Poolo & lUbuItt, Bainbridge, Uu,
I F TApMr.!, IULT- boie and \\11'1.1111I1 Lheriioul, making llbcriil advances on I ho enme. : AKDCommission
pockets; W. n. I'OOLL, of firm of G. W Scott & to, TallahasseeFla ,
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,,' :Itf.1ia11.; : : >S A i n. el Oil.: TO TEE UCI'Enl:%CCS. Merchants

to the eah of all kimlj
of
JL\IIEft'aCBLJ I Ppoclal attcntiou given
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RATED CHOCOLATE, Robert llabf rtbam & Son, Savannah, Oco.Goo. SAVANNAH GA
E W. Anderson, do SOUTHERN PRODUCE ,
81-23
TAPIOCA & CORN STARCH FOR PUDDINGS Anthony Porter, do I. may
.* < Hunter &Oammel), do and to the purthaao and ehlpmcut of
: FAH1JJA, OBIATINE, MACARONI. Delicate Carte de. Vlsite. ,rOM L. Vlllulouga, do 1 McKIBBIN & ALLEN
:; Erwin & Hurilee, do \ Household anti Plantation GoodsWares, ..J
Governor 1) h, \Valk.-r, TaJlahaBsee,FUJ .
i {PtH'n!t'J V o A. Bull, do Implements, TAlLAHAe, Jt'A,
.AV llllam It.IVttet. do
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= Ex.Governor A. K. Allison, Quincy, Fla, MACHINERY 8&C WHOLESALE DEALERS
Hate sad pauad, Savage A, llaile (;0In88\1II.,Via, i ,
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(, Samuel Swan, Juiksonvlllri fill, I IN
: .5 C. O. lisruaid, ilo IICI'EUCIVCE DRY GOODS
: may 806lyCORN .Grocerlea,
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: MELIV8 CURRIER & CO., Jew York. Hardware,
5 ,... J. L. MOORE, Griflln Geo.
Seed Queeuiwaro
;" ::-V, ORDERS SOLICITED. CORN CORN BRYANT CHOO (. Montgomerj-, .\1a.A. Cloths and Casstmeres
NiBWle BOND: Macon Ceo Wineg and Liquors
Slarob 1,000 nu&iiiis FOR SAM. K. BOND, Macon, Heo.J Porter, Ale and Cider,
t yy S.it Tetra. J\ G Wid'lFIELD, Demopolli, Alt Wooden Ware,
Suphur.] .. Kft A BTSHELSWHITE': SOUTHEH, WM.: BAILEY, President State Dank 01 i'Urida, TalUb Tin Ware
u U 600 .
X. B.-CaU at one deer death .( M. tlT ly'.JI' In lot*to cult buyer.old cheap for cash see.TUOS.. E. HAMBLETOS, frei't M rrrii4 Firelnrer. Fruits and Spices,
Sa
Ole .. mag 4 u.-rr HOUR Jk OLr4'BE1'TOrrieten.; ., m'11HI L. R. it A' U. ''1C' Comcanr, Bllttm re. set Sl-rf! Ju.. 14, 1IM17I : ctc..4tc.










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