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n- ltnil H5'5HILTON.[ KMI-: to thattIrsolutiona I llif city ni1oiil4, AleulHwIll lu' fnrnNlied) flt hoer faro to
: In k'I'rmtl.' do! i I II snltihotravelsr. Tiers I In any
-\iHuhlf to the orciiMon.Tae Soullicrn <. < I AND ALL !SORTS: OF Tallahassee aPINE
( coininilti1)1 retired! !, nnd: !, lifter deliberation ,
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,a'i>orled' the t'ollo\\l-ig; pieiimMe) andic olutuiiH\ : ICiupiruStjiti') : (In-. Co., : : Aiiuuta.Home i BAR ROOM

\V"inui-\s: TluI'mLel: of the J5ar are (pro JACOB SUR K HIM ,

(luiioilly( iuipre-sed\ \\ illt the loss which WI) hare lmnrnlr'lt(14)., : : : Elltil1: llI. PhllltIUon Gi11NIS.CLOTHIN( Httai'lied II"t the l H"I( i el I. There the bent can bfffooaij,
,u''l'ilnwl in roiniuou with our lellowciticnliv -., ; ; Merois.nt: : : Tailor: 1 he niiiltn of till'" Hotel la, us It haq nlwaya io'en, "'YVoJ
Honorably GLORGK. Jt'tiVi'-ou, r ii Co. Vijinia. alrl'e topical". _ jinn gl-1y
tbe t: ilciitli of the : : : uniTico: \ \ : AXD DEALER ix
\ AfJ Iat.1ur1: a/itifan In giving: oxprc" ...iou
'oO our" .xorrovnt phi, mcluncholy event it i is! .Fame- River 1 in'-lll'ttn't' Co., do GREATINDUCEMENT: ::
READY-MADE CLOTHING !
duo no less! to the memory of our departed

brother han to ,ourselves; that\ we record the Home In;...imuicn Co., : : Xe\v %orl:.
estimate in which he wns held iw a ti\v -er anti FOR'MEX. : Or:1'UI11)- .BOTM.Gentlemen's .

a citizeu-therefore, llHIl'l'Titt.l''H: : do I
he U retoteed, Tlittt, regarding the ilou. CJeorgeK. Furnishing Goods, ..

Walker OK luiying been possessed of a high Home IiiMirsiiKM: : Co. New Haven. ;
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HATS CAPS AcAlto -.
order of mind which,whilst in the active dutiesof For an Enterprising Man !

the profession! was! repeatedly illustrated the Putnam Insurance Co. : : Hartford.
constantly on hind, a variety ofHKKGK .
Bar and knowing how often the resources of his --

mtellecl were called into rccquisitton for the benefit National 1 Insurance tiewOrleanMARINE ,
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: BROADCLOTH!
I aru anxlouii to nettle mr old hunlueit thl.
O"'Jil"
and in the of the interests AS
State promotion
of his
) :HARD.A.RE, winter I shall o9er for sale the following YLla;.!$
of Ills fellow-cifeens! we are deeply 8enoiblc Silk Mixed and Fancy Cssaimeres, Property, ID cad scar the town ...f Qurncy! ?FU.:
ol the low which the country has sustained by of'.
his death and iiTiiil ourselves; of this occasion to MARSEILLES, DRILLS. A Tract Land

testify to the high estimation in which he was AND Adjoining lown containing (Ifl? (M)) acres, not 'tu bourpasseQ
held by his fellow-citi/ens at large t for his abili- CftQeKEftYAgricultural And a General Ajuortmt-nt of the Flue- : la the country. On this place, there ii a San
treamof water, with nfflclent tall to turn a twenty ?bl
ties and the moral virtues which adorned his INLAND NAVIGATION foot wheel, and aflordin' a good Ue for a Cotton la"'tory
character. VESTINGS or Floor Mill. Also, a nno nearly new Dwelling House
Rfulcfd, 1 hat, us u 1'rieud, our departed brother and a two acre lot attained, adjoining: the above p:ace,
BY TIlE well tlnlahrd with dye rooms and foul
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3re-plKre nil necee -
was e-incerc! and faithful; aa a father affectionate LINEN GOODS ary oiit-hnlHmj":: Also

and kind as neighbor, considerate and jttat, Implements, .
; State Insurance Ac. & Ac. &c tc:
And citizen, devoted to the best inters tn of Unit' Company.iforgia A Good Farm

as a may ;-4m __ __ _-_ ___ __ __ __. __ half
bin country.Itmalrrtf Two and a uille from town, containing' Two ilai'd'ej
: Th.t 1\ e tender to the t family of the ( Home [n-uraure: do and iortyOMO) Acres of excellant land, with good D eel.. l
I sincere condolence in their bereave- tt c., iti':., lire.AT VARIETY STORE. liU: and out house. on tho place: also a line atrea-n of
deceased our water and splendid Mill site.
I :vent l-utatila] IfontH'+ f in4rtt'111' (JoIJnilervvriteis' Also niy

lie olced That in further token of our respect Dwelling; House and Lot
the deceased, the Attorney :\-.uciatiull.! R.EMUVAL: : !
of
for the memory fllK: NearthsCoin Home Square, being a line Two "Sty
General\ requested to present these resolutions .. building with ehht(8)( ) Rooms, all well furnished aad:
at the next meeting of the Supreme Court, with r -nti""l (lI..tll..U'.u.f 1npuHJ-. .. 'JIIS iuiitutloii U now permanently located hetisueu 1'la.t..r.'I.' with all iiHceaeary out bouses. The lot being
.k ...ku"".....y .t..e t.. ..1-.'.1 ..t'-- Itr ,"Inlll" I 'I Lalltesud JUmon'B, whoro everything In the line of thrco-liiurtln of squure, with an excellent weilofwmer
I Appropriate addre,es were made by Judge!; with a;two Alcoa lcre 1)wriIJngconvenient Lot\ newly fenced to and the well PoplicSparc,,
Woodward! nut I Patty, after which tliepremulileiud LIFE POLICIES LOWEST CASH PRICES.I DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, A leu. Imurorod

: resolutions) were adopted.On FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS Three Store Rooms,
HV TICK(
Editors in this city were re- .
I motion, the bunch ot tin (ourt non f
e ,
11'11I1) found In mitnrlety.. Special! attention the proceedings' of this meet- I ( ; ( Ainu
uested to publish per annum. g Dwelling near the Depot, with A two
I. Knickerbocker Life Insurance CO., routine ofCROCKERY ,Herr Lot 8lUrhrd.lao, '
iujr.Tin
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. meeting then adjourned I Five Building Lots
I I U. P. IMGLK:, l'hail'llwi.' ( I-!' SEW Yon\! : .
I which Uyina uut of dour fur want of mon,i- '
Uii.K.V. I IMILUY: becret.irvAl'fKAItlNCK .'. I 'ti .irrhe ill.. lew 'Kef-Ii" until Neap the tliu llrht Depot.Monday Allofuhlrhl iuneztUeceiaberrhen will IPI1 lIt prltat b.lo
I :PhotograpIle: : : all S:1zo: I will 0'1'
Hie '
, semi at public nalfl.
.\IIIII:4uiu,1: tile Los ot f.hV. or fir-onul! lu- PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS AND FRAMES
\Joo'l'UEIl! : rtb1 THE!: ClIOLMU.Ve .- Terms of Sale :
cholera broke out amous! the jury, by the I and iubttautlali and trlflet too numerous to iientlou
\ l I1\'lllhal the LARGEST ASSORTMENT
<: THE
Uiadilock'sPol l'I..e step In and lake a look. due balf l'\sl(. the balance lu one (1) and, iwu (c'i yearo'thus .
uegrocs on tho Lawton place, near !M. M(('{)H1\UCK. with note h..urlnget" t (II) per cent Interest, wltli
at UiltouHead Inlaiul, on alonday1U.I.) L'p Traveler's Insurance Company, July lU-lt. _U T1BBITTS, mipurity.. The pnrchaser'flavhng the, privilege of paying

to lint evening thorn had been twelve deathou FALL AND WINTER' GOODS Court-in the Account eUlI..pl'il'e lain of adjudication tolh..rlIh: in United-axli. States Internal
UAUTFOKD.I. ( In Leon Circuit
the iilumt, among them two white men, ashore OP Chancery Ki'veuue Stamp* attached at the vxpenaii of the purcbat'cm .-.
!name we were unable to learn. The \i'iUPl'o.e'll i I ELLEN E W. lm, IM tlio llri>t Monday In January next I TI-ill .ell ull of aiy
curried to the island by a 1 ,. .Billol'Divorc.JOHN" .. Ilousi'Uold and Kitchen r'urpHure. A pas Piaaoaal
been
to have !I'dlieieo! any ofthe ho\e Compuuieh, ap- Sewln". Machine, Al. ,
'' o
I IIT Mutes
WARN my llorncs.
Mott ( Carriage! nil
(Wurmen who [hud[ been plying birtccn tuot I I. plv to the inulerBltcni'il' at tho ofliee of tile 1 i I apprarlii"to' I ho Court by affidavit llkd In Iliitoaiue, three p.1)) \\ agoin. at public outcry for ('ash, only.llrury'.Iru :
place l The lil'iCII11:10: >, Wit L'L.V'8T\TK: IXM'KWK: COMPANY" Tnl- Ever l 0 OerB o 1 in this Markot'IHtI.E.lE 1 e eliur t tliu dulrndint re.lUe beyond the limit of. tills Aurbody desirous\ of ierinj lilt! abo\
{fearu, lti nhrclL4ubutedlt Jii Tybeu Jilund, there laha&bee.nuff I I Stain lint wllliln the I'nlted btatea. It U thorrtore. ordered llnil, nm at all time In lay offlco adlolnlnir Incdsyu&
B. I.iWIS.U. : that the said drtendant! do and ; Store.Jahcy .
more than ordinary 14-th l : appear demur plead or au-
!euig no hlck.u<>B camp ii-kiios, of wlMch Ilieiu art) but :a, few \\ : Df'purlU1-lIt will bu ..cjiarateIV..in the nuhllettion of thin order or Ibo saDIe will bit taken urOllf..d. _( Fla I :, July SB, 1WW-tf _

,"1 fy-es.: -,S;U caiiiKih Xtin. I'C'II. .1(11\ DKNUAM.: and the rnuiu will\ bo let for ahearlugonthe:
TURNER & MCLAUGHLIN
1 L. HI ... . . . . I fitetschurrdInsaidbill ; and It U further ordered that a ,
the In:1'."I[L Store, and will t1u'ui.lt cope of thus order be published la lame public newspaper
lu till state for three month .A.1DErI.. :EX..A.1\TG-XN'G&

(Dlntiuwt... H. L. RITCH & CO., I Juno l-w.1m! J. WAYLns...!BAKElt; Judge ASBWINDOW .

t 4.,11':1'11'0". ': : : '" or hoops I II MOTICE.
DiED: la tits ell;: oil tie njorulnj i : of the tlI; '| i aul. SHADES.
<.f after a lung and ialulul] lllni*!, Commission Merchants I bereh.n that whl lie made the
Yulmonery dl'aol', \ application ,at nextteaMon DKALFJW; IX ,
UADV WAIUIKN. coif.,."L of hU W4RIIKS. in the ;tbIt' IS of the (;" iterai \..e m,bh' forau aniendment or IMroR'I'ERsn FHEXCH, S.NG1ISH fixtarei
1'01'1.nH": and Country/ UERCIIAXTS: at the I Itrumeulu p"rlJ n:, WIndow Shade: and -
rofheragu, NEw "York.: alteration of' the Charter of the unit Georgia Loads, I'or.... rannel, Gilt Corners. Mande &:c.
fler life wan melt tit to .%alu luc her the esteem of all Jtall Koad! (ompany, to auikori/e mill Comauty| todn Line e AU &good hold t New York price with I 1 retgbtae.ddstl
who knew her purlormiu"> purl U Ali 1 the nl'\cd\ re- of the Branch lloitd.' from live Ollk to the tteorau" : ,
lutloua of iennutlfe; alldlUllber.(11\ cheerfulness and WUlhl' {'OIl.i iguai ut' of (Cotton and otn r produceAdrsnre4 LOWEST PRICES and the Kramtii\ e In r .|M'rt thereto and lor oilier purpoi 112 !l 5rouhton Street
CASH !
fcuibautl tee cluldiq >.'. ,
tdflitx, Sherave.Ielthldher( a 1 .. -..- ,
nod many frlmida to moiiru tier 1, '* ,.I Ill! bo made OU uhlpuioun\ b,' E, HOCSTOCX. l't .. '
XNATmoHGIA
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l bite 1..1Iho brlshti-irt IwlluiouV( of her sxeptuuca' \\ UUioU JOHN OENHAM cu., Profc p"n. Jt fin. R. H. :
e ure..ln!" in her luat 'mum.'J"*. her eatiru" trust tl1 ';0-1' ynttic.UO.FIII., TaUib ..fc, Florida, July .IT. 1411-1y. ; I \u;.i-jJ'u, 7' i. ,j: ,mays. wtf .a a '_
Him. To henlaatbwsipnla. ", lIu:14--11I1I.1 7" :: J

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:.", ,, "" -4l! "aSernandma:-- : "R: si. ; Brunswick-ttnW1i;.t y : &c.laV ''MachineryD.eppt.rL.. R. STAYNER, SEA ISLAND COTTON"GIN..



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t / rilB.STIi.4MKR iSfationaiy) Steam HIE) CNIMt1 SIGNED, I1AV1NH BERN AJ'POIXTEP AGENT OK TILE:
ya ., Engines, : ; I'I'IJ
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4 1n SA11'1ILLS: ; JTUbT tILLS \ _._. 11 ,_.. .
1 P tent Elastic-Roller Cotton Gin

. f gSYLVAN COTTON GINS? I I \lines. J.ifllwr &c.I I II OsgOD i .



Wood Working JIachiricr, OFFERS THEM TO SOUTHERN:; PLANTEHSTIT1I TIlE FOLLOWING; ; ISDrr'g\mXT8 :

\ I I ri UE (HINT IK nn ]iinproU'inent on the McCarthy ltHlvltll the pnb
!>tnntlal'fUl'kll1l1l1phip ol th
:-:.'Wi<:. UEI/nXO: : (1 f. U\ 0 f11) .L calculated! to do fifty per cent more work, with legs power, while, with the fact that the mauhlnp< pant is I\Ol\ I.

llnlilo! get out of repair, niukes It tho most desirable Gin yet oJl' red to the.pitblie.

SHORE Agricultural Machines Fire-Proof The (Hand. Gill, ciichteen-inch Roller will produce 800 pounds of Lint Cotton, worked by inid. per du
: The Motifc-Power (Jill, twenty-six Inch Roller, will produce COO) pounds/ per day. ;
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'Ihese figures hate been obtained from ACTUAL, EXPERIMENT In this city, where tfe-.r! bare bccj

1 APT .1AJMKS TIVKEK.rpJIIS 1::) Snres cYv c. encccsl'ful operation the past live months I"

." .. *.' vw -.;i: ai'OlJoBHS The machine has been inspected( by the bent judges, and pronounced. then the


'. \\.c, \) 1\\l\\\ I.Ir: M. A1v.tES': Most Substantial Best Producing and Easiest Working GinYet
(\\: \\\.\ the following list of article-) to the public at ,
to the fluctuations of New Yrkllld
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CELKBKATPD New" Orlein according muskets: ) introduced The Staple cannotbe Injured, and the Seeds are left perfect. mid fret from lint.

| Steamer, purcbuleclllnd filled lip f Iprp .ly fur (lie Agents will be (' tnhli.hell throughout; Ihe-eotton-raising:; country, find supplied with Machines and .' ,
Jl inside Tonte.t t between !Savannah and Florida I leaves TEN BARRELS NEW MESS PORK, dials for repairs IN TIME f Oil THE COMING( CHOP All Gins arc guaranteed/ to perform the work At
Jacksonville KVKKT TIIUSDAI' NIGHT aftrr nrriral Portable resented, and Planters in need of Machines will consult their,! own interest in examining; our sample niC,;
j of the train from Tallnhae, and arriTci at :Savannah'; on Steam Engines By the barrel or pound o'lice before purchasing: elsewhere m

SATURDAY York Irllm"r:MOKMNU. fn lime to connect with New The Staple hm been rzamlopd ud pronounopd perfect) by the following }
Fateen(>ers by Roll Hoad: tan go nu board lntmeddxtely! ONJI rusrrmKD: : SACICS NOBLE A. I1ARDKE A CO., -I. L. VILLALONGA: Kan.,

upon arrival at Jackstovlllo. without going: a hotel. Mcsr, TISON: .t CiOHPON( : WILLIAM BATTEIWBr, Esq.,
F. DtBBLB. FINE GROUND LIVERPOOL SALT Messrs. (jUJLYAI 'fIN A CO.. .A, 8. JIAUTRIDGE, Esq.,
A'lIt at .InrkxouYllle.' & Mel"'r5. KRTTIV L Iii Rmn:. Messrs. GUERARD' .% MERRILL.HOUI1! .
.. (T.antnnnlaTi, i; 11s,9IJr .If '
..oJ ";"_ ( FivOi Ground( :M\il[ ], '
till \ nll.4I 'T1\N
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'. FOR CHARLESTON. jr r Toro VV bite Suuibfra Corn roniuintJy on html ,


1.',, 'Y"ta n ht: 'rial1Allrt: Irun.\r: rk. JlraItnaht z. ".._..,. .,,;.""" ')J!.'.f.,i.. ,11. I PRIME RIO COFFEE. ,-c 1e:1-L1: COnl.D:1i.ss1.: :: : : 021 A..g'e 1 11t

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'rti11'V.c. ) ARTIFICIAL !
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I '-"..,... 'i- :f.j\"l';;.. '!: Iiiiperla), GiiDiiowilcr.] Japan and Houcboni (orTnirlifhHreaklSM. ,
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LEGS
-'!"" 1',;:' ARMS AND : '

; ,'v", "'5i i-...... '.; S TT Q-ARS I SANDERS & WILKINSON,
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( inv \\liito t''hi,cl (Val, for il.ble tiff: I tlloti and Krown IJ
{ gu1p .; From Four to TJJirty.Five Horse Power of ariouK graden.Flour : lifll and l Lst-Jninteil Ankle, like; the< I.i'c Katural, with One.Side end Mutton a tl the J VFOTFS.1T.K:: UKAJ.KK; )IN;


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Sweet Flour Sour LIFE-LIKE ELASTICITY I
!, ( OTTOV faXS ,rOTTO.\ (i F i S1 II! ,
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.A..TE' ,' Jt\fcl.'AKTIIY American, and Brown Hicclsior:, Taylor t'CTTON Southern IIXS.niirlc.with. f'ra\en Knyine ,- (Codfish l and !:No. 1 Mackerel.] '' INVENTED BY A Sl'HtTEO( f Har1o & Saddler1

(\\'t\\\\ \\. \: \ l\\\. or hone I'ower.
T. 1.. KTXSET & CO., THREE PATENTS IN ARMS !

....)8. J. LOCKWOOD, COMMA: :hh1R. _.may_l6-im( __ _.. .1 5}liay street, Savannah C(he.NEW BREAD ,

( :New lr..t1I. La., :Ko.;; '." C.ronuolct MrnL.1 I
Horton Bii-ctiit. OFFlChM.I. J UNh'l: : ST. \N'JJK\VS)
Biscuit :Soda Btauit: Wino l'ilotlr.ad.: 1JXLLBROUGHTON
ja., dare to the
IPH13 *' Steamer having been placed p rmuneutv! OB GOODS. ; Oyet-r rackpra.. and Batter t'rat'kt'r. Augusta;: ) next!
Ciiarlentom and Valatkn.Fla., touchingat
.I! the line between
ai.: :landings w the St. Johns River solicits\ a share of I DO TOLAS 15 LY, 31. D.,

public patronojje.: Being 1'0mmant\C(1\ ( by officers of experience \Vhiskies Brandies Wines Surgron and AnMomi.;! .
well all unsurpassed 3<:.....,od.tloos for passengers! and freight: !, PRATORIUS & CLARK, .llTildrc'i D::.lily at.n<4trc9tUfflc_ (!._ July 91-'lm: : ,
otDlortnnd safety cnn b. relied upon.
guarantee M
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9CKHDUI.E: .; :-l.t>ftves Charleston every !Sunday, at 7 A. 'V'J.n )n]< sA\'ANNAI1. ht\ .
811,; ]leaven Savunmh. Monday, at 10 A. :II.: arrives at J.ickonville MERCHANT TAILORS BLACK SMITH I NGH. .- I
TucBdnyn.Returning did Cabinet) Whisky, by the barrel: gallon ;
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will IrllfO' .l.ck ou\ilin I'vnry"rdnc8dflY Old Cabinet Whisky, bv the rase of 12 bottle ; tn..yi-t-
Morain" at H o'clock, mm ing nt Savannah on Thursday, X Kyo Whisky, by the cafe of 1\! bottles ; I
and: Charleston on Friday.PMtencers TALLAlIAbSEK: FLA. X Rye Whisky by the barrel! or gallon : B. FITTS & CO. :
arc a-wircd .af potitivo connections will be UetmineSCOtcliWhteky! SADDLE
.. ; hOW 3'RBFAliKD TO I'XEi'UTE J'VERT:: BK-
mud with the varions \linen of sfnmslilpn' from savannah AJU ,

and Ctarleton for :New York Boston and Ilaltimure.; now rer.l'ing a line asfovtuiunt of Cloths {'II> of3LACKaS
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JO1IN S. :SAilMIS: :; & CO.; :
'" HARNESS
? T liinerc. Vt'stiiiKi. Linen Goodp. Clothing /and Knrnlshlng AND CARRIAGEESTABLISHMENT.
j.Jane t4 Y 1! ._ Af-entsat. Jack-_ .=oil I-%''l11e: (Jood*. -oiiiihtins, in part of the following; : MLtINU _. wIn _
t Fine Black Blue and Brown Broadcloth' ; ('/ Brandy boitlca.. for J'smi'T ere the bout manner, find an low in the con of nmtrrmi, Ac.
: Black DouHkiu. Fancy ::)ring: Cai iiiK're : }'ea, <'h Brandy-vood. will admit of. They haTe eeeuredthe UTI ice? of .oin of
: Ll P lacola & GonrOCia Railroa a Blue PIl\nnell. Black!:'Drap'd Etc; ..: ] .
Jilack and Colored Imlian ('Ioth 5
: G- r: = The Best Smiths in the State.I I I II
White Colored and K.ncy Linen Ducks j I -
6F"SCHEDULE.f White! Colored and Fancy Linen Drilling. : Pure Ilolmnd Gin Tho* who may favor us with their patronagi will I tin..1 I
CHANGE I Black and Brown Silk Mixed Coatings ; ; guaranteed entire i&ti.fnfiion. 1 HAVEJCS'l'LLtEIVEbAi.ABG.IS'toli'1'11FV': ; :
Schiedam in
and
Schnapps quarts picttDrake' : I ;
Nancy and White Harspillc": "Shop marly oppofiic Ihi Po-lOfiHc. ofiood i coo-iitirjofn't

-.: .. I BUctMlk' VclTctand i filk \ ostlns:; ; B1.1:1ers: : axict CoclJ: .tnl1.s fIb 8-tf
-iStyx- .A W hit,'. Brown and Buff Linen !siiirtn; : : ; y (;ontlrm. and I AUIC ft' 'addle.) ,
,. .:.,,=,.-.- --'.>. : '' '''. .Steil :" ; Linen and I'lIperVollllr1.181e Thread : I Pine Doablo sod Mintrlf! \ llarnr.',
1 ',X -. Cotton and Merino Half Iloee ; ", Plantation Hitter; .A.G-EN'TS VV'.A.N'TEJ::} Hriflli"! Collsri and Whips,
':. i... ; Kino Cotton mid Oan/e Merino Undershirt" Dinner Bitters ,
C.C :
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..... .. '-. Fine Linen Fine Jenna : ('ktails< of Brandy, Gin sod Whi"l\ >'. yon THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS:! OFCelleral Shoe 1'lndingi of c.ery drtcriptloo.[
TiU.iUi.,fcE, July 4th, Ifs 00. Cotton Plannol and :Merino VndershirtB; $ I leather of :all kiml!',
Little Thread Berlin.nd Kid Gloreb; ( Stonewall< ) Jackson j jK Travelingattlu'H\ nnd Trunk ,
ON AND AiTKK:: THIS. 3>_...T1THE will TRAINS OX lol- Handkerchiefi., Black and Fancy Silk Tir and Cra\al<; WINES : ,,addle! and Uaiiecs JIardwari';>
run aX
nnd Ifnilmad :
r"u"d.'olu (i
!huf. h h. DaliiwjMi. ]D.. ol'Vn'PIIV ( Carriage 'J'rlll1l11lul.
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lows: One Quarter-Ca' of French Claret : ... Wagon and Buggy ]lebs.Buggy .

I Leave Q ilncy rt ... .EASTWARD.. .. .. ... . . 5.1OA., M.Ar.irc .. AI.CO A TINE LOT OP i, Pure I'ort the Wine bottle(of Grapes from the Trovinm. of Bar J oulv; .'landa'd edition aiiihurUuMiy>!otrrpliyorthF; his niilow.immortal The Uor author,). Tho It"x1c.: liafti..s,and:Siokc] 'p'-jjtj; and',Rims.

at Talliibutsce at .. .. .... .. .. .. 7.10 :MhX. YOn'II'on) BOYS' gundy) by gallon. J1Cl'ffIIl1ilIH"TlIllInil <,AiPfol'Smltofthe'bristian "oldlec.11'c .
Leave Tallaliao'ee at .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 7.3S: .". Madeira Wino, by the bottle or gallon" : want an .\ et1t In cvorr:/ "nllt.... Send for circulnr!
Leave Monticcllo ... ... .. ... ... .. . N.40 Cooking: Wine ; t'ider Vinegar.) and "t'l1 our icrnin .\fide] e' CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES
1 cave Madison .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .... .. 11.95 SPRINGANDSUMMER NATIONAL; I'U U:1U\G; I'O.
.. . .. .. .. . .. a.4S: P. K.'WKSTWAHD. ,
>rrivf? at Lake City kt JLEXD: poirrai.( ) juno 12:;m :-n. yt4 ;e"'mhtr: i't. Klrlunoml.. ot e'try doecription.)
CI..OTaIN'G: Machine lielttug.
fj [.,live like Lily ti! j".. ... .. ., t. : /. "I'.SXOA. M. XOTICI '1'0 Work! made to order and Kepairuij done with Ji"
Leave .ldiIOllil1..f../.A./ ... .. .Cr. .. V-- 12.tLi r.Ar. .} ft''rH'. ,\]" Allsop's ludla Pale Ale, iiulm, e...* H-ijv\n patch.Atent .
LeaveMonticello.: .. . . .. . .. . l.lll *' inchj.7-rtl-. ; _- '_-- StoutlI.au' London Ponor. PL.A.. TEEt..JoS. for Wht'I ,1 Wllson'e mid JTnwp'H" M.W1N6;
b, Amvo I at, TallauabHea ut .. .. . .. 3.50 *" btA11INR.3.: .
.. .. .. .. .. ., .. .15 oct :)-tf .I. ,
E l'l.Rn
a' Leave Tallabaseee at. SCHOOLS. __
. k11t1Ata. . .. ., .lttH.1I\/1.. . HHNJAM1K,. : .FCKKILI. !. ci3.-qCa:: So WANTING n. ___ ._____ .
Arrive Quincy' at. . . .. ,' .. 8.15 .. .... .. ". . ., : ,

Leat.Tlahasea] ,ST.au...MARKS. .." T1U1N.. i.W A. M.[ Vonmuiucer. in caddies "I'*) lb. each. ; u AVISO BEEN: APPOI-NTKD! nCl'ERIN'fB'rDP.NT M. G. EHRLICK
I L school for Freedmen in the ,
Arrive !St.Marki'at._ .atVfr. ll I..SO ", & FEREILL Pride of the Navy in caddies ot 70 Ibi. each ; Leave :St." !tInr:1! at.. .. .. . . . .. .1 f.xu :M.' ; ? GUEKAED Whole bores of Tariou gradp<--tmoklnt} and thew,, ing; sSfe of riorlite, in the place of anil L. M'Tcuberi. Ilobhv n Dorr.Ai.l, urALPu:,
\ Teaclieri
1iOP. MJ i IC *C Solace chewini nervous wishing "
#ri'j.iI.at'f \ '-K1 ;
I1I1.\u1."tu"l1ti" the
B-P w / ? wiihina: Schools, will udilrem me through :
I rv.7Uo.lt'lu. hour will oo given jon.llia wrnvol of the cars Tube Grand Rose H''ltl smoking\ : Poet Ulllce and when prevent, will find me at __ Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods,
T, ,Tallah.weee; for Dinner, going{fara and comlngthiB way. : \ t smoking 8moklug'inl \ ; 4c.j .: the Methodist Pllnonag-, In this city _

: andbetw6ettMontlrelin V: 'iBLfl of ctairee Iwtween*duel Qiimuy Thoinnivillo, Bainbridij, ..will?and coimccji Albany. ; ,(Cotton. ( Eactors{ 1 K n. DfNCAN, TRiMMING, LACES, SILKS AND WHITE GOODS
supprintandKntOX
3.tf!
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may .
with the train, t : .
t J ROBBUTrWALKER, j / fpfMS'; [ 'nnCLAmitly) on hand a large; (torrmcni
.IHN FLORIDAEJx.CE1
l 1 I i
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taygyl: Huperintendenl. I
: .i. ._, : t.1J'D tDswJloieifnfthoiceCIfaif.; : 'Im MI-.D AND \"N'1'nJUIED:
: : : N"G-E
...

; ::..;.'Aj)Ioatlc lUd-lli d ![ Rail ROa, Go.'R 1.'Iel'l'hants 1GeulTal'Coimnission I Rail Road. :Mills: Snuff' ; TI3F C'OKKEU TCf OV CAPITOi.:MONHOE HTREBT.OIT01ITC Hats,Caps, Bonnets & Straw. Goods,

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description ul
t t .In Bottle* and Bladder! cry
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'OF FARE >I.* f iw --1' .'
DiIC'BIQA Bay :Street::; Savannah Ga. ADAMANTINE, SPERM AND PARAFINE CANDLII. Ilysuppliedwith -- ,'Jt-, FANCY AND LADIES'' GOODS', .,,'t )

: the very .............. -='-7.t-i(,
PIJle"'r 'r/f.t! .L:=J'' r=r. :.: ..fit.: 4LIQUORS .A.T WEiOLESALE. '.
..na.b itj's Potash .. ; "r.1o. .
; -' Proodduco I tI"W. y.II ..,.. ; "" ;"{;
s tJ y _r" rl' "Lj1LL fell on {'ornuJl "ion, Cotton Timber H .... .. "' It 'f." .- .qa < I\i 1' V cud Merchandise. ConuiRnniente solicited.: When ifv.....cent..... p h t take Nl, e Ga1\ona\ or ..al', ? "'" ;
1 dehlrod.we will chip cottott to>onn friends in Sew York '" -- ....
.... aid LlVOCp<1I1I, llbefal adrancee the y ; ICE will lie J..ept.m Imhrt ctnry duriu
mnkllll ; on wane WASHING SOAPS I day : th4 'u imer, UNDER :ST. ANDBKW.s':; JIALL.[
.. :;i OFFICE, "
Ul'ERDlTEo."DFST'I :: I and crrry relrehhincut provided that can be fouml iu any
Atlantic and Gulf JUU Road Co., July 3, 18M. |}: ". :cIF.TEIFNCESf( similar.tahliHhmuntlii tho South.In .
jyiliOM and after Ifonday, July 0, the faro from Savannah :j. ... front IS I" J Ihcenu."I our READING ROOM will be !found a select Hn of Jeff ex" S O :XX: !S t; X" O O t,

J[? to Thomaaville will( bo reduced to iJ1V) Twelve Dollar, "Itohert Hahon.h"111 & Son. Savannah; Ge.Gee ... "' I iPowder latoNcwfipapurn, from every part of the country, North
,.: atiltp other Mntlnn* in proportion. in and !'oflth.'III'L.HGE. OMt UOQlt FROM VlloriilllON: ,
I W. -\Anderson doj mill't'nnisit.I' '
V ( ( Kegs / : AND C'OMPOJtTABLK MlLLlAil!
EXCURSION TICKETS, not trimrft/rabk.' \ and for { SALOON -
oho AntluJ\1v'orter. do .
.?K date of 1'lekotwlllI11bo bo sold ut jfurl-, up .Lair;;, \villpio\ea plcBfantplace of resort to
Io1ve'4lye hurl 5
: \
1/ K kHunU r (fctiaiiimujl. .do.I ibose who in r1N 4\[[. 1\;
one agencies'! diu-ing1 the present month each purenaji'r1' | f "J.l' iitl;. VillaloniraJ"I POhrtthijollardoc '. / I shoi. Gum- (111''". J:c. ve.; indulge thuiimtmnywtf ') W. ink.KtfBARNETT): '
.A :
pnyiuat! ;! tho rate of 8 cents per mile, and KKTl lUiINUFKKi > t !(JUt I _! NUWLiN.:__ I
:.: J. M. SELKIRK:: iovernor; J 1). b, Walker. Tullahasecu, Da.Ui CE..O C :n: E :E'I.' yo '
july 10-1m Oanernl huperintendmihV & CO.
J.H.1Jull. P B. BROKAW'SLivery .
l'h 1181Y: : WlllauiltXrTtte: d. *' fPT: 'do T A lar c ni-ortmeiit to arriMby t tUu \I'I.tl--hmll1t! lute ,
'IailaAcle132: J'X.GlIv'rllor-.r, lCrAlllh'iiKT7iiinc-Fl COTTON FACTORS.
t,: ., : savage; & llnile, GaineH>illu, i la.Sumurl .
: ., Swann, Jack.nurille, Kla. wc, = > "'VV.A. B.. E : and Sale Stable I Grocers and General Commission
:. : : :; Oil Paint and VarnishSPEAR' C. O. Barnard. do (Imuy tl:. Hi-Jy.(.;
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\\1<<' 't < i V ::i y* U-Bimrcln.' Brooms;!Charns.: I Snf TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 1E1RaaA.N"TS: 2

:. C>R.J3..s.: Noah Wheaton : .W. V. Nru| >Uet. Wiou Brn-hco, }ra"C1ltJackln' ( -.;, ..- COLl'MJJUS, i\., A- .\1'\I..H''1111 '01.\. KI.A.
>
fats Manilla
<'; Door KOI>O
r oc I -, and ': Cotton ]Hope for Plow Lini s, ,i<-, ,@e. lluggles! ('or- f.". ." _'
',, r& FONAFFONPARAFFINE Mid It tin 11 Dealer In WAGONS.riuit'tfmd, ; IIlInlC."h'' 'st:::' '. yon I)It Oil("}' Hth'iillonpIviMi! \ : tit all C'infi;!iiiin.nU.iinlSiililciite |'-
,. hund mid for gale. I of Cotton to Now/ York,New Orleun- stud: 'It.erpooi. }"

? ya.urACxonsae OIP DOORs.s; BLINDS FRUIT &c. .',,". 1 _uovt-tf '-_ ______!A'_. .s : \. l.lbt-ialaihiuicL'B-Hindi<1--on cen.igument


r. OILS ; WOOD, Sauce'Canned, Jcc.lellic .tioodn-Pi-aches, julnvvc.. Plumy. t'rll11bttrr.YI ,1'ULIRN BETTON 1 Receiving. : and Forwarding House ,!

MOULDINGS, ,\ 's (urted Inluiubluri'\ and Jure t UKMJiK IN :\P.\L.Cllll'O.5] }'J. \.
Wool Rosin Gas ANDBuildtuig : Brandy Pfiichus ; '
Machinery, Lubricating, .\.\'lII.tcIIl'lcIo.1c all kinds and i-izeH ; I' Boots Shoes) and Leather ,| A17J,! 1'I' fJl'ctfulJ' ) call: intention Lila fuel thai 1'1' liar
V and Lard Oils Materials Catsup* and banceg-I'liglixh and! American ; I V esinhti'IwtlAhutieeluApslnehlcuitth( ]l ( lorh1afurtin.
Syrupit-rLenion, UUSl'hCl'I'Y\HIII'l.borry. Current, / Ac.Kx ; I ,i ]purpose of doing!, U "eueml
. .... VARNISH 2fiS& 270 flillal Klrcol nrold : tract*-Of }." / i TALLAHASSEE:: 1 FLA.
,PITCH! ROOFING CEMENT, fARAFFINF near: : way, As.orti'd aiiild'k; .I ; COMMlNSIDN[ : [ ) AND FOR11'AIJIJNlBnahtess.

NEW :. layer 14uWii.-New, In whole and! half boxes ; I'irft Dour :North of the stale U> nl. | IIi111 c.lllbli.h.II'I'I"Jluij! "f ""'
"r.lGON( GREASE YOHA \ ; with slime
.., h.'..' ''.'..' I'urraiiu-OfmeryBiiperlormi.iliiy ; \ .I ....!nee. ti1y:3La :... 1 ben holme III t'o"'I1; and Jom.'ot1c porti. nIi '
'
larKu'usnortinent'' ; of \'al'l lie; stylcii lOimiuntly on hand C lroll'rurkl.lI'rul1c ; I ace piepured to oiler uniibiml mbantayes i"
;, White Lead and Colors of all Kinds mid outdo to order. Particular attention paid. to shipping Almond ulll-I'eellulll'uzl1l1J1ll'rt.-hofl and paper shell, Itordeaux; lV.luas A.Ca.S:: I ZITtII, rhlppem) if rot ton nnd other pitidniv

k. orders ._, __. may 2' -3m I'I/lrdIIlO')1I quarter und hnlf boxes ; 1'11I't'llIlutlentlulI will he given ID ull
AND DEAI.BI1S 111 ; t'oiton ut'iit UK for wile, either lu
'J'ablo Salt-In boxen'und pockett; Machine and Boiler Shop our own or any ForeignMARKET.

".. Southern Pitch McKIBBIN, & ALLEN I .
Rosin :Itvli: .xxBAKER'S HalaetQil. In'uldition! toour I'oiiiniipn-lnii! lni hll'.M. w" \11111 I." I" "i1'
; i TALLAHASSEE, ]KLA.'pllK utimtly on haul it large: block of
,. j 'j TAIXAlIAanBE J'LA.. CELEBRATED C'UOCOLATE! !
IDIl-VATlXK: OILS, RC.\ZL\G, &r( ., : tubfiuribci having Ol"ned a Ui Gc::: 3. O O: 42.1: '9. O S3 .
Hhop on promiiie ,
<(p WHOLESALE' DEALERS Tapioca and Corn Starch for Puddings L opposito the I'nubenger/: Depot of the 1' lIollclh111111 Which will bo united to MiTflmntc mull'lnnlpl'.lIt( )iiri"
4 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE Ueorgia lint) loin, for tutu purpose ofRcpairill in thu Xorlhl'rllllllli Wci-tfm Market, merely 'tuldbntetat ..
trtuixporluilon.) ,
.::n.'J :U 1ItDRY FARINA, GELATINE, MACAHONJ. \Vo\\lllUc y .
I IWNJ 1"'I! II'"llo aecoiinnodate our Mimlk *'
'PHILADEL"rHIA.awcb
GOODS! [ Engines Boilers and l Machinery I ndxaucvion I'UTTOy sett ItB fur kliipment ur sale, ant
W-4im Groceries, 4 ; [ i furnish lotto llUbntrt'tUund! rope for ilu'cuinliijir1"1I : !
"- -- -, -- )J rd..are.Qaeeu., : I Kiiil (hiring the i'iiUre ,
TIY--t- i Will repair or":build new 1'uilerii Smoke acorn>
y Slacks,
l'
... ncD
.
are AUspice
N. IJ.-Oiir coullul1t'11lit
hoiiio in
of und ColiuubiiH. tiu.. will be
: l. 'E. L. NEIDLINGEKi Cloths and Castimeres,. I'cpper( Boiler Jtallluij!I'lato lUreti any pattern all sloes, Piping keep and eourtautly Elbows,ou and hand will thu old itaiul, corner ol bt.' C'liUr' and Idoad l .trectt.JLItNE'I'T .
Wine and bole
Liqnorn.i and
Ulngi-r-\\ ,
'; I Porter Ale and Cider l'innnmou, ground .r I rarniiUCa.'(n8*
:e.. i* Wooden Ware Nutmegs, short qulred notii'O., and Cotton laws dim luuimed repulred.and put in order/ wliunrt*. June Sl-Oin. __ _____ .. _- -
"61 Tin Warn,
; Mace
fi .Saddles. Bridles &: Harness Fruits and Spices, Clcnun, I 1 am now prepared to furninh Katiuas end M III. from the WILLARD'S HOTEL
Iron Works
Washington at "burl" N. y. Persons who
... ."" f- Jane 14, lb1i -ly Ac.. Ac., Ac. (A raway ailed desire to purehaiie Engines and Mill, of the above patterncan
Ibr,.. .u n' 1:"' A.O TLPNQ'Biue/ / : I do to through; me, and nloo have them pat up.
J JStarch
!) 1 t.( 6 Belting, Saddlery fare, Leather, &c Engines and Gin Segments! I Special Carriage attention, Wa,1on and paid Buggy to Plantation WorkcJone Work of order.all! kind QUJNOY, FLA
to
Corner Broughtou t
.. .. .. GEORGIAj4w. I1 prc e11 for Ginning aud Orludiug sad 9 and 10 fool SulpUor I bone torcctlie i bcxc of the public irona.:'e J ofh, W.. torPblle.I !,.
:
SAVANNAH .
Uln SegmcDts delivered at St. iorkTjg. Pi" N, B.-rClU{ ne door t-omb of W, JJvely' Dm? 1'e nmta b. 'I'. jThA SKTT, ..,, y.r. "'I'L'RD'
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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: August 16, 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 )
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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).
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The* Tri-Weekly Sentinel SMALLWOOD, HODGKISS & Co. 'I'IIE VIU'Jl"I'IE"I'I'; VA D. :I To be Amended. One of the saddest!' effects of the war, to the

Give me the hand that I It warm kind and ready; The "Civil flights," or Negro Equality bill, chivalry, is the taking away of their right to whip
Uivn the hand that In culm true and
II rTlLISBBD KtlRT i COTTON FACTORS Hive me mo the hand that will never deceive steady irt; ;; which hits lately been 1aEliedover the President'sveto women.-Columbus Journal.

.-.A1'D- Olvo me tho hand that I aye may hrtlptc thee, r is, it I is said, to be amended at the next session The war does not seem to ]have that effect in

'May[I Thursday ant Saturday MorniJJs, Soil in tin1 palm of d.licato w umim ; of Congress, imposing the following penalties New England. Read the follow ing from an exchange
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.,, ___ ___ ,__ __._m___ __ __ __ ____..___.__ Soft Hard palm i If the or hand hard of hand tho rough It mature, aunty" not yeoman a.ver;I I on those who refuse to recognize "Culleo" as' :
------ -- -- -- -- G n ral Qmmb i o n Mhat f n i Give m. tha hand that ii friendly forever I Abolitionism thinks he should irecognized : "1YIf1PPISOOFOlrtlsAPPRovrsm-The School

Terms of Subscription : For neglecting to step off the pavement as Committee of Cambridge, Mass., has reappointed -

Pert rum -thief timfe .week . . .. . .$U fX) Give! me the hand thnt it true 8Shrotbtr ; Sambo or Dinah passes, a fine of five dollars.For R. W. Roberts,,master!' of the Alliston !School
Do. twice a week.. .. .. . . . 4 off hat
I NO. 10 BEAVWl STRJj Wr. Hive ma the hand that haw not forsworn; neglecting to bow and take your assistant, concerned in the Ialegirl-whipping
Do. -once a week .. . .. . . .. .. \4 (X c) '
Ulvc mi the grnpp: that 1,tullY adore it. to them, a fine ot'three dollars and a half. case.

-- -- -- NEST YOR.r: : .. I lovely the tho palm hand of of tin the: fair workman, bine-vcinedmeleeilorney n'erjedcn ; : For refusing to shake hands, eight dollars. 'Ihe girl was about seventeen, aril she VVIH

Rates of Advertising.On Lovely or iwly, it matter not-nover t For refusing to kiss a wench when you meet publicly whipped by the order of this Roberts

:"quit, for the Orel tniArton! .. . . .. .$1 alOne J. 1,. ?iiiJ.t.wooD, *ormcrly! Hmallwooil, 1, Rarlfl A Co.' and lilt me the Krusplhat i J. friendly forever t her, seventy-six dollars and thirty days imprlbonrnent. before the whole school. It Is a part of the educational (
Sonnrr, two icccrtiou.. . . .. .. ... 175 t j- j. L. Sirlwood, A c-o., N.i system of Radical Massachusetts
to
Tno. lIODUiitt Us. ICiio. Give me the that ii honed and hearty :
a rM grasp ;
One 01.1".H"Square, three wr k.. .. . . . .. ., :3 i 1/7 W. SCOTT PH.Jjiie nmigluiii, Scott .t,, Co.. N.V. Free ae the 1'r..o.: dad) 'r88 rLO' r'l(htJ'umiit.r'. For neglecting) .to' nurse. ,- their babies in street. scourge with thp whir) Jollnlallies.! But as theV'JUl1l'nu.IUul.f.n1wf.
; UO n. Tooic, O.. i iTT ti ) Cjl imprisonment.. Enquirer. --'
V .. .. ,- I Im [ ;r/ frfendaIiptliv.Yh: i tmu nt n brother; For refusing to see one home from church, .
.; OlQ.ptue luuld
I i I:> i I i .1 tv KJ.1 In all till | the 11'haw wronged( not nnollior: .re.V
'H mjvi. >" o.UI' .Jl ar ova twelve, dollars. .
: a I ;: J:: II :; i: I k: I !SOUTH S PORTS, or forwird !from TUlt"PORTI! Soft\ palm or hand hn.1d1 It nutters 1I0t-lIp.r I A :MODEL ROTlu-'l' 1e proprietor uf'n tea

,:I : 1 9 : g g. I ;i ia to N14W 1'OH\{ or Jive m! the.. :;;rllop.. lint friendly_... for 'or. I two For dollars.passing Utem on them street!. without smiling, River Hotel has ported up the following rules
I -- -- till
I regulations : .
,I' 1 !" :a :m .1"1 I LIVERPOOL DIRECT ;From the >ve-r York: 'I'lm".l.1n For asking them to \\ ork, ten dollars. Board mast be paid] in advance, with bonus

_'I' ":- mom filfndt may l\>ri>fi r. i.i..bt ''''''rln.- rf'ut HIP Yew: Urlttao.iJot. For refusing to invite them to your table with $15: ; without 1 beans$13: ; salt free! No extras,
I'1"' In LlViRl'OOL nick* wUlfth*\
Our connection are ; dollars.
forty
1. ; : : ) 31 W I you, allowed. Potatoes for dinner. at all
:1.1 11 ) 2''I/ \11 liO'' :Ja oo! :JH s 50 ( \ ;; ( li'O; otircintom<>r. elUli! allTan'Birrs- ofUletmarket..Apply For believing/ you are as good as negro, live meals forbidden. Pocketing
strictly Gentlemen
11.1 v,, al 21 O'l1i(1' : 45 Ut) 68 r4)) 11iO, j1r.ol .S 1W to. The moils hi\: brought the material for ormI hundred dollars and three impri onment. are expected
4.,, 10 11 K) :\5\ 001 41 iiO li11MI IjIj iict) 75 IMI) tlMI 1)11'112) Ml; (; EO. W. SCOTT A-\ For
\ !oil) iiI12!)I \ 50 IOT r1ov saying that )' better than a negro, No
5.ere 00 '"oJ roO 57 w li\l\ IMI Wt2'l, water. charge for ice. Towel-bags at the
i 2100 W a) hr' ro I IIMI !II ton) WitH rnr 82 60 1 -, -tl!. T f Hol.... ,", 1'luEARLE which preceded the ti'acmbling of the bogus ten thousand dollars and fifty years imprisonment. end of the house. Erti
for
6.,1
:
., 3t 00 77 !ill 11:1: ctOl10H w't2IM1I' )' 2 rctitH1( W I Convention at New Oilcans!! and which throwS u charge seats around
8.1 3500 57501 I h11iU't05' OIl' 12:! ) I1P2 1 )'' m 2H1 Oct consiilernble light the Irt and the stove. Lodgers must find their own straw.
9.' :J9 80 60117 IHIltI: ) 60155 04I 2)l) ') ro272{I W CUNNINGHAM & Co. upon 1 P purposes For refusing; marry one, imprisonment for Bed on the bar-room floor reserved for regular
11001111 of the authors of the These I confirm]
movement.
10. 43 00 5(11127(( !iOlt'III! INI 1 O (N'k) d SO A15 IMIH. life and the confiscation of your property.For cUl tvll1CI'Ii. Persons in
the
barn
46 50; 1:4: (ctoi I 115 IMIIIlH: IXlllli) (1"1 t011) 2111) 00''r.5 1M! CHITON FACTORS I fully the opinions Behave expressed; to the saying tho Government ins made by sleeping are requested
OOIWI' WI !ict173 511) 1(17( r.n1'I.,1IWi\jj'! (; 110 and not to take otf their boots. Lodgers in-
12. 5l 01110 IMII anillw ot the gathering, : the sent of the reuponsibilixy whits: men six thousand dollars and fifteen
111. 53 OIl) till nol Ilt: r,01157' r.nltHI) IMII2111 m.\ril'' ) IMI13)., IMI ..A.rPDCHull j i for the cal.uuities: Unit 10110wec1.I llc silo, rif c at 5 a. )ii.; in the barn, at (0 o'clock. No
14. 50 00 10'l WI'.IO' ooY'i, lJO 10Ij) IN)! 22'1 SO't".19 fdi83s), : IJOJ5. years imprisonment. fighting allowed at the table.
violating
NO OOtOR, Wt47, &lIli7 110"100" 50 2t J;; 0o'NI7': rd) w 1)0Id. ) The public meeting held on the night of the For saying while soldiers fought OK bravely as Hit/ Any one -

17..t 6'.1 d5; 00 00)0'114 OIl 165 00IS11 G0'1x71)11227'! 0I,217)!), (11 60NP'K)'WOO; IMI on) ::81)iIN] )) on)) ai5 39.l IXI ullIs. ( SIS Oil ]E( reI hnnls I 27th-as!' reported in the New Orleans journal did the "colored troops," two thousand dollar} above rules will bl\ bImot.LncbutrytlulmN.
OOIIn' of the following dllY-WI\H n lilting preiiminaryto
!ij OO.I'd, ;; 110) tiO IMI 04 m'2J.'I1J1J' : ) i.; W) 616; IM14H10n) I ; and three years imprisonment. .
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NEW YORK. -
t0.i71ODil1gOUIT7G09L'1UO'24961127UI I ., : !. : ,, 01XI,42t60Obituary NO.7( WALL STREET, the dibturbnni-e. It was .svtmedly meeting The fines in all cases to be handed over to the The J. Reporter --
iGraugc r that
in favor of biiflrnfte( and iiddrcssrd says some ncgroe-i
was bymeutbers
-- --- --- : negro executive committee of tho Abolition and
.rolin II. KnAf.: lormeny :'maUwnod! Furie A+ ( '). party, in Meriwctlier
and "i, not
Yrriag to he
of county wishing
trou
Kennel :
Trlbtttfn
:Notlcet of
the Convention Mho
urged
upon when the ig
be
Adverliscments.edvertisewonte. money not to hlld.BenJ. F. Butler, bled with
will bfl! chardN'1'rausirnt\otTcrt olher !, '1 hmna J. !J'orVim formerly! !"mullwood Rarle L <'.i..ud, I their colored auditors the duty of preparing to is to be sent in order to collect it in or thelrold father, who was old and ill-
) ihargrd the um"'u spoons, firm
Lego: (:BI'I'ielhim to a brush tent distance
Rciallwuad
.1 1. I'n "some
CnijTPntion force and
Administrator the charge! stainthe by upholding
ff, :.opt Notices of DisraiMtun u whatever rise J bo may be able to find. from their cabin
where, a few after he
tortich shall' *r 118. \\t\ resolves though !t,t the COSt 01 oiooasnea. A*1 days was
A VINO lu the idle 01'tlln and other found
eiperiiMicn dead
Ions: V- -- from starvation. Mr. Booker then
n of the < of ,
homherniprodme. we rviisctfully{ nolieit couiiK'i: The object meetingva? deqlared by one
jiH'nti, uHf a-c prepared to uitii advances/ for. which thu speakers. a Mr. .Jadd, to 11/1 "to strengthenthe SHI.IUIH vs. BANKS.: -General Hanks, the Red former master, was informed of the facts and on

1\'l1fr! 1hHU'thi.\' apply to coming Convention and to give it backbone River hero, better known, }however, as :Stonewall going to the spot, found the buzzards preying

-' ------- -- TI3O5. J. IMOKKiXS; & CO. ," its utterfincen now possess Hpccial significance. .J fick on's t'ommi.x.sary has written letter to the upon the old man's body. It was with great dif
-- -- --- -- And of ficulty) that :Mr. B. could get the wretches to ]have
they were utterances worthy a
A. WOOinVAJlD, Si I:., I July! 17-ly Tal!.lia eae.' ,,.Fla.: Parisian flub in the\ caily days of Bobebplerrc's Washington National Republican: on the Xew the old man buried. One of the SOItS'tJ.Yo as a

Orleans riots in which he reason why he did not go and see his father bur
Universal suffrage was insisted as :
a says
upon
A1'l1.J. power.
AT LAW.
A TTOUNKT AND COITNSKU.OR I led "
\. Solicitor in Chancery. Tallahiinei-, Flnrl .-lie will GEO. W. SCOTT & CO. II right to be (contended at, all hazards ; one of Contention' was; theos-tcnsible.amlnotthe -"me afcered him will ketch me.

connection with the inn c-I II Y"W.unR. I the resolutions affirming that until this be granted ; latent; cause of the outbreak ft was a peaceful -- .-.-.- ---
7 V/aihlnetoi attend Hi,* < "."tma of claims
before f the p' >.111".nlo City 1111he"to 1 r pi o'uriDiliti'te, of Coil CO'ITO\T FACTOR I "there will and can 1)(, no permanent peace." foci lawful I assembly. One word Iroin thereejg- 'VA.'rKDouTlUms ]lean I TO JIFLIins..

yre.v. ] .jttn.21-1y-- ....._ND I,' Dr. Dostic, who has since: paid the penalty of his n'r/.ed" authorities' of the United States in New Or- R.lD1CALlI.-1t ]having been deemed necessary to
--- -- -- -- 1 violence, thrcstcned annihilation to those whoa lentil would have secured adjournment.! repeat the old game of"bleeding Kansas" In order

.:\. .J. I'1'414IAi4i CoiumissionIIercbsiii1sTALLAHASSEE; ] ould interfere with] the Convention ; and therrgrof's General Sheridan, whose word even the Radicals to }humbug the NorUiern voters at the coming
instructed to repair armed to theMechanics'
were
F. )-LulllDA.-/ elections, a number of riots aro desired various
A TiOUNBY: l AT LAW 'rALLAIIAS'J Institute where the Convention Ciinnot: doubt, thus disposes of the mutter :
A. Office atalrsovcr the Slutu Bank Office hnoia FLORIDA. met. prominent' points at I ho South, such IN:
from (3 1\. m.'I'10 1 p. in., and from 2 to :D; p. m. y.1 The tone of the proceedings \\'as calculated] to XEW OKLKVNS, LaO P. :JL: -Aug. 1, ISOU.; I Richmond, Mobile, Memphis nnd New Orleans

octMly_____ ____u___ ___ _, __ __ KEO.V.. hCOTT, Via.] I T. H. IIODfiKlsS( ]:: ::0.;. produce bad feeling between the blacks and the To Jf/i.. U. S. Omnt \\rufiingloti l ) D. U. : If twenty or thirty negroes, marlys to liberty
I 1>. II. POOLE, N. Y.
:
fALLWOODN.Y. !
J.L.i !
whites, and to incite the former to IhecoursethcyBiiljtequently of
be killed
can at each these much
\ I1AIIT You ere doubtless' aware of the serious riot places,so the
EDWIN ,
,: .. l1el.' .
it TILL ad auiou Mud hip ('<;tton to Liverpool, Now pnr lvhii1oecnrrel in thin. ily on the :oOlli. .1 poliliwil better for tho radical cause. For. further particulars -

TTOKNET AT LAW, MADISON. FLOKlDA.-Mill \ > Yort, :Sp w.Orlcani, or Savannah jnr! 17-rl'_ i A procession ol'colorrdmen rhino after the body, sljlhiK: itself the Convention of 1801!:!! ternis of compensation, &c., apply to OW
,
.A. practice In the fonn. of the Middle) Judicial (irmtft.riec13tt i I m/ cinglnt! in its progress through the streets met here! on the 0th;! for, as! it is the Thad. Stevens, or any other member of the Reconstruction
alleged -
::
: : __ .___ ____p_ WM.\ H. TURNER. ,1 furnished a, foretaste of the disturbances of Mon1 .. present Constitution; of pmposeot'rentodelingtime the Committee.-Y. }". JfcruttiGi .
d.t\r. The PiCny11110lCpmis the majority us carrying -
\VilITNIOII :-lIMe. The leaders were political agitators: amid --- --.-
\\ -
1 clubs and'heavy missiles,and a' ninny tt'CI'Cunder II
l11t'ullull time action of the Oouvcntion
A 'riOUNKY AT LAW. iT DIlON.:. lLOKIDA.Will ( HOC En i the effects of I liquor, 0otlihion3with: passing'dtizl'n'l rovokitionary was linlile to produce, brrai lies of the I I1>: lt1J vocltBE.soN.-The New York Times

/\p-ictlcpintlm <'ouil ol the 11 nlille) I 'irtuitd AN37t's were ,\ tth difficulty prevented by the po ) public commenting on the proposition to make Gor cy.

<"! 13tf --. lice.: Later in the night] contiictH \\ ith the police pence. tail Hungarian General, commander-in-chiel of
PilttSiOi' } .n ere1ta nt worn precipitated! by negroes in various parts of liadmndonpiuymindtoarrfst tho head men the Austrian: army, say : "Wo would have to
if the of the Convention
.3 \S. I D. WEriTCOTT proceedings] were calculated -
.. buffer defeats before
the city. :Shots v\ere limed, knives and sticks many our people would

'i-OUNEY) J : A'1'LA1fLLAitMSEI''LA.-urtca( FERN NDINA, FLA1'LCIAL were used, and it was only by the interference) ofa to dirturb tho tranquility of the department) think of Gen. Robert E. Lee as a leader of our
i : but 1 had for t.tiol111l1tillhev
A. ( 'na> mention' sit'ii to the purU'e. o ale! and chair! enabled hold their the overt\boutfortywhilesauI blacks were\ Well why ? Do doubt
HopLiri. __ ___ _____ __ __ I ,: were to ground. you Gwi. Leo's capacity
of .llli.iud. of Produce gad Merchaiidne OrilorsrorHiipnlipH killed, and about one hundred and sixty wounded.Ecerythmg .
I V mint You
? for
The of crowd of cannot :know
assembling! a. on you have not hit
with tte cublor Its negroes; you
AGUEE.A'r'l'ORNF.Y : : mntt be accompanied ]is but I deem it best
now quirt
JAMES:; T. J to equal. Do helieve
and fear
equivalent In Kade. jO'Y9-hlll_ Monday, to applaud support the Conventionw you or that he would betray
_
maintain in
the fora
amilitary few
AT LAW AND I sonciiou IN ('IfAN- I then not the impromptu or accidental affair ibiipremnej city the trust Will any'mnn in America cast

\ \ ... -.., Floridn.--OBice in Marine Bant THOMAS H. AUSTIN which it has been represented to bo. It was part days,until IhoaH'air is lully InW'ligatcd. I be- fiticlj a reflection! on Robcit K Lee' Then why

bl1i1 'rl: oppoaltc'J'aluni. .. a Drng_ Ktr_olar_!24-tf_ ; of a preconcerted plan, for the accomplishment lieve the sentiment of ihe general community is should you be willing to suffer many defeats before

of which tho active: spirits of Convention ]had : great regret atlliisnnneccbsnrycruelty.and that appointing such man to lead the armies

;1)i:. MILKS II XASJ1, Commission .11 iereInnitia. I trained Mid armed their colored dupes. The' the police could have made any arrest they saw fit .ifr.,va Teltgivpk.ilaj. .
) : c I II witboiitoiicrificiug lives.
fICr RKAU IIF, PUS'rOFFI'E.:' 'I'AILAllA .ltl. :. city, indl'elS not taken unawares, for themeeting --.-----
.7 () Florlda.-ft .idrll'e..1l11Jr.oI. NAn(. the procession, and I ihe disturbances of P. II. SHERIDAN, Jolui Ester Cooke designs; publishing] m

jrnotu._ :.__ ___ .___ .._ __ 9:., RAY >TIKET, : Friday night had m ealed the recklessness of JIajor General Commanding.CoupucATidx1" > the fill a history of tho self devotion of the Women -

J. '4.\ BOND, I C. II. RANDOLPIf.JTR4. SAVANNAH, CEORCIllV ,. revolutionary leaders, like Dostie, nnd the orj ---.--- of the Sauth.V lIe requests full biographical

ftlIl.l'II __ j ganized force, of negroes! who were ready to do ;.JATEINO:'IAL ".-Of tho cur particulars of the }heroines of the war, and detailed .
.
:. B0ti I D ADi'FKR \- \ "),cKS; maLl "u t1Yorl Conaagnmonte or Llvfrpoul of Produce for aoof !, their bidding. 3nt the fart is clear that. the civil DUll matrimonial; complications of the HO'lt11inuilil'fi stalcmcut! of incidcnIs with which they!

: their proteMlonaindervlreeftO ihpfuitii1imiif .1. Shipment to authorities lound their jurisdiction! threatened, were connected, whether in the "perils; of the

f ,. ;. thereeidence-otJir.Bovn.r J'. t' % ..l jnly2R-am.:! .:... and were) therefore justified in ascertaining to of Europe( probably none present a more field," or the dangers and distresses of the ho
l
Otacri t :_ :: :ljulyln-1y.. JOllY... AijlBBSOS.W.'A.NDCne0S, UKOllOB Joni R e.-. .SI.UIlJattTOIo.'JIl.>II\101o. J", what extent they might rely] upon the federal mir.cd up aspect than that of England present, pita!

: s. ] .BANK n. troops for aid.To s'Oppearsfrom the t following which >4.--
J'OrX\T: : 1 we clip
.11 i(1l( \\Inilerson( & SOliS.i this stag and subscqni'iiilv the mihtwor- Gen. :Sherman: : has! given his opinion of the
Ihe Mobile
letter
OFBoots FLORIIIA.WITU from a to from
Register
Liverpool
i I Ihy Union men of the (.Ry nut! State not only Rump Congress. In his speech; at Cleveland life

took! in the if t the Convcntiouist : said: "I seo the Atlantic cubic has been successfully
; and. I | ;: u ) part agjution; ( I
ve:!;' .r\!:::!Jr 4;.n!;J 1 '\\J c.o) Wr.. }.1 c.w e r ft'i'j'wd ..'r'.. .r!1.i'} ,l.J r) ./'\I I' Commission Forwarding i | but opposed it as I'rnuglttilh 1lI1'!<,hi<'.- 'j' "r1 h1 Queen's eldest] lon! -lhe Vl'inl'eotrfll'<:q- I i laid-that's a g'oud.thing.. I also sc(' I trot

The it-gnUr President of the Convention in 18(14i ( is married to a daughter! of tho King of Denmaik: Congress has adjourned-that's a good thins! ,m m.t

and Shoes, J.v.CE I-x.C ANTktCorse : i ]'('fl1s'I1 to convene ii, and ninjoi'ity ol its hurvii I who hiv.been deprived of (a Urge poi'lion.of hit il'the hot weather" only"keeps on, that too u ill In

refused attl'nJ.01' h this all.i territories the ICing of Prussia father of a good thing. ,
at'Tt' tyton nn(113ryn n.'ot: rye.t,a. I Ting members to by the .
No. V9 Coartlunilt :'ti-cot. New York tjnty '( i I In addition to the dispAttiieswhichweie) addrcsse I husband of the l l\ en'f'lll'st!' \ daughter: ; and this --"-o -- -

\ .4.3m -- \VANNAII, R.A.may' < | -- -- has
--- -- -
--r----r ; hie; intci(position on the Occurrence of a enema I the interest of the Duke of! 'ugllsll'nhur. whose} i reel'in'llldl'I'Uphiu Information: bunt the
rtTE r President
13%. F. :EIO: ; 'l.is I l ; iniidu brother Prince ChrUluu has bet i that the Legislature:: will be allmved to
Lit '
__ j contingency, rcpri'hPiitulioris] were prrSOmtally : younger ; n married convene without hindrance 'the
01. l'L01tIH. President :Mr. Ilo/.icr to the third the Princess on (lIh. 'liel4oterror
to the ( hy whohaij Queen's daughter: ,
00.
HILL & elect will
BRADLEY 1 I II bo inaugurated on. the !Jilt when
ideutitled\ with Louisiua ,
"ITU Iwu for lwentlui' ) -
JI'al" lIrll'lIl1)l'ollll( ) the Qmeti's first cousin, Uie the.ulUl'ersoflhe t i
I[ : :and i K tlesciibed as (the' oldest, MI\IJ1I1'III'i't been provisioial! government hill
1iugof1imnverhnajut: deprived of his
co. :7v Cerclmi its; ( abdicate.Jen. .
Coriimis.sioii
I'llR'HKSTKll' : ,
: '
: j i nu
'O' n H"L"attl) iJCALaite IS SAVANNAH.( (Lt.4P : nn iipponcnl( of theiibdliount; the time when I army;- the t nel'n's Kon-in-law, the Prince of I'm- j ( Sheridan was much 1 pleased, it i 1-, aid, ni

Dustie, 11:1I1u-11I1..111"l/f: ( llieCouvcntionistb I on i sia is a commanding officer. Third, Prince Alexandrr the repartee of Texas paper, which quoted his;

Toreign and Domestic Hardware; \ : HAVE COMMODIOUS HRl'M'HOUK W.AKK- \ whom (the Trlhln1'lt t.s' isiiipat'ii' <''! wore 1 of Hesse, who commands the Federal army I jest, "that if ho owned Texas and Tophct, he
\ lure Cotton :SVLI' ( \ fetortaondl'iodiieoufiicrally Lhitnnt adhtrcnU.! ot Ihe rebel Government. 'Mr.
to
> hon t., mid tire prt-iwied | ) raised to the King of 1'1'11"111is a would rout tho j former and
oppose( ( live in he other
;
und 165 Aniltri(ft. imuitlllio.owll fl! inukii
V.1t'o:0: BS lit-tkniuii in any | I Hozihmfl''I'l', wailed l upon 1 llit> President, bOUciiJnu Prince Louis tho husband! of Princess and
: &. *..*..- -.*- l'.r,4\rij,; \ .!lind>""e!'*.011 ull roiulKnim'iiu. .. UN.t'o can I brother to I place; ctirtlv added "d-n a man Hintwouldn't

Jeriordcrspr"Inptlyatadlvilo: < : _. JnljSiiiui o i'in"iics: :..-.__ __ ,. .! "T" "" ..'-'"nrli\ _':;!ljL"SM. \i' nmlli.it-1\ l' :: hit.i;!.<"interleicncc...:>x( iu Inlwhlllt'ot'llIelotAI-.. ,., 1 aui i The Alice 1H11, I lIP U I't Queen'. iiAi-v,,wuttj.y-utjutai second; < ,.'uw'. Fourth..u.nm, .... .stand uji fur.!!hisown otiutry) !"

V 'RSI. W. (iOIIIN. c'un !bn no doubt that in taking tfii-i ; kK\Y\ nJ1itt \ brother: and brother-in-law to the I Queen, holds" I A decidedly ridiclllolI'lhi1uJ'e! couimunjeai
'1'.1Vr. )l! : \ H. :TIuOS.I .I : 1 fl.-rtod\ I the washers (i' I he gre.it imijoiity of LJliouI -
1 1).1. :. : :. :. : V command in the King of Prussia's army now in- correct intelllgeimcowits,5lieu the London operator
fists I in the (stute. In this circumstance! vc have vadinglhutover-whichkingdom] by. lime: way, undertook to tell tho Ghisgowansof grand
1
- tcrtnilOfltut, T1SON .V: iiOliDON( 1tho best atibwcr to the mKri'pj' ',cnt.ilions oftho I Iot It : until the arcrsianuiher Majesty: lol'll.ell'art of smush-up of tho big house of Polo." Belts, and

: t ourcotcuiporaiic: !, ratio depict 1110'ilot a. ti | the territory of the Kings of Etigh ni. And lastly astonished the Scotchmen with the announcement
i'O'rloFA'FOR', i
EH.\L
AND HE i-rusjde! ufri'brN, ::, tth ,uch. againstlovtilifts, iw
: Prince Teck, recently married to the] Queei's of the "failure of potatoes and beets nine

COMMISSION & FORWARDING\ MERCHANT Anil Commission and Forwarding J Mercliaiits i I:fciti-h. ]rttOtttlnCl/'olnvcutirniii /... '. Tiio more I it first cousin\ ,the Princess lnryot'Jllmbriclge, holds million pound: ."
iu ( e\-rebcU
jlJ't1m ; vvti'e :>; | a commission in the army\ : of the Emperor of -*.-.-

FKKNANni.N'-V: ] KI.UUI1XA.toay I Ui5 HAY hTJfEET: :i the mol/etilou.s 1 : bUPPOJ'tl'l' of the civil power Austria, mind may at any lime have to leave hU The editor of !the \Voston (%{o.) Timimakes:

2t-tf __ ._ SA v ANN.A.H. Gr. were tried and inthienlial Unionists.tiin. bride for the seat of w ar, to fight the King ot the follow hi' announcement to Ids readers ;,-
I IIIIJ1oto I IbU
( MieridanV name has been used IIIhe
Prussia who has the Queen's son-in-law and the "Hereafter!
will
wo not notices
tf publish marriage
.
A. F. HAYVVARD; __111..7 22-n. .. -- I !.!', of the C'onvcntionKts as an. iiTtiilablo I Ii i imi Queen's broiher-in-law both ollicers in his army." t for 11othin;,hilt will bo happy at time to announce
ioomvix A, *i-. iWOIIDo. i witue.' their ,;hll'. I His word, it has been said, any
Y atA.,) wl,lea 11. c. . . . --.- tho death of pur friends} ,"
'F W,4'fY: ;\1'1f1l4.U . . vrtluld} settle: the eunltoteny in their favor.) Well, .
*
: :ll SHH/EE: : / : JSO2Xr cfc OO.IMPOllTfcllS & WOODS. I> General) : Sheridan has been hl'llfll fioin 11/\ dill.l'atl'h .\ lirango decision has just been rendered inNorth Mu. SMITH'S ------ -
GOODW.N Cu.m'l'Tr. Smith, of New
li> ("Jen. Grant, whkh11) piibJUhiilycsU'i- Carolina. Chief Justice Rufliu !has declar ,
] OF) w T'mSD. : LHH'OIlS : mI'H: )IN:< I II day. IFc attributes iiniu'ccssary. cl'lIf'lly' the''!\ against the proposed! new Constitution of thoState Orleans, has Wl'tltllllJctt'I' to the Mayor of
.SJomngsl.lt )- and the late State The Portland, Maine, enclosing u $.jO Confederate
Convention Chief!
ho
in arrests but leaves
police making : no room
Iar hant.St I! Paper and Paper Stock 1 1I i for mibconceptiim) $ a. to the Convention and ita ] Justice says : note in aid of"the bull'mro"!. !by the fire," and requesting
): that a portion ol it l he sent to the Buffering
I members. "The lender) *," he nays' writing. full "I consider that this U\ no constitution, because "

J'7; DRY b'l'HEP.'J' (Xenr ISroadwn.M NEW OltKKtf j I NO. .'ijN hTHKKT, \ lew of the fuels, "tlio leaders weru political agt-i your eouvcntionwas rata legitimate convention, and destitute citizens; of. Columbia.__ : S. (

constantly on h811111IlIl'g.) *. .lu<'1. of flue nit VVhUVy hblPN tators and revoliitionory men, :.ind! tho action of and had no power to imiUo constitution for us, I --- r
l-
p :ButW'aelINUrsesan Il1Ut1V1Ulaittl alter which \\ehad ) r !SLOW Co.lnHu"spl\ of'lhe Loiulonil'imes,
and
:alle1.HiTII :i the l'unnll1ioll wtiis liable to produce brwchcsof S or to that fries. I objject -
iqTw: YOr :K:. the public piI(:C. 1 had made up mj mind," I to the organization of your convention be. bays that In lhiAuf. >triau tinny time big dl'lUlI'Illrt'

F. W. ANSLEY Wrill_. PrlntinGuud llIu\J1"\ Paper<: ___inure ;2-1111: I ho adds, "to arrest the !lend men if tho proceedings |I cause it was called! without tho consent of thepeoplt' drawn on carts by dogs. Tho 1'1I1IlIl I: i put on a
sort of wheels
go-cart, with shafts and a puirpf
oTthe Convention were calculated to distill 1 by the President of tho United; States,

JEWELLER.ND WM. L. PEABODY, 'b th! traiHiiihty| of the department, but I had or under his orders-tin net of clear anil Iletp/t and ns. Pompey troU along the drummer: beats

WATCHMAKER, I no cause for action( until they committed the (/IlII/'p'lttm.;' tho Jhcephkiu.--- -.-- .-
\VHOLKSAM! DEALER: IN overt act" This, then, is General Sheridan's estimate I
ntACTJCAL JOBUKU, -.-.- I A Paris paper apologizes[ to its readers for being -
of tho ConvcntionMs. 'l'hl'ywcl'e "political
compelled make au erratum, it having
ONKOE8T.jTALLAiHASSKK.FlB.adjolniuc ) BOOTS AND SHOES agitators and revolutionary men," whoso prijceudings J 'Die published report that negroes have been four ninrriages under the uter'snlilehead-
"I| ''kld the coast ot Florida and placed
upped on sold
Mr. (Cieo. Dauicm'intnri! '" were inconsistent with public jrancpjili- "declarations: "
of
Every del poop of Watch rupuiruiaj8lt -f I to Cuba is denied at the Navy Department Inconsequence ing of failure.
01<' \.141. ] ID ty. The I'iot uccet: itated the Interference which .
ed andwerrantcd. [ _____ --
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.: :: _! "'; he contemplated as probable and proper. of the reports the Department dl Idle
StZ'COtOPPOITa : Horace Grceley a Vermont paper say,
:Lao CO11g2Oalti reeled Commodore Winslow commanding the ,
A YKAK made hy l any ono with *15Mieucil ---.a.- t ,
said that "I-mcoln
) Alai) ) } :No >rleui'* Gulf Squadron to make investigationof in the cars last Monday i: was
.. Tooln. exn iieccMitry.tmbler TUB, NanaaTl John NiUo, the founder of Mblo's Garden, iii a thorough
( could drive him
j'retldl'nl, *. and Trraturnrt nt :3 Wanks Indorse always wrong, but you right; ;
to > the matter and he that the stR.t"lI1enta,
reports
)... Aildrcn I bo New York died, in that city ou July 10, aged C7y and qan't drive
tbv circular b>*Dt free with .mp .hTNAFi CUORQ: ; .... Johnson is alwaysvvroofr, you
6AV >without the foundation.
American htcnril TuglVorl..*. .S>prlrp*.ld, Virmort **'*. He left a large and alnable property. ar slightest:; tim
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tind )JI'-ia> ;;r: str.'itio: : .1- their per to prevent I a reconstruction! of the | Washington Correspondence.

ijj. \rffhil( JTt ti lu ihffcO d ys, when Secession: kinked! Upon Union, by demanding such term" of the South, j jIH 'THEFLORIDA I

ni ono of the mot horrible crimes that a people' they know no people not utterly lost to every! [lP'RO\T urn o w x to it 11.1'0-: KT T. |
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BY SHOBER Ik. OL E CBH be guilty of, nnd when we, in the Houth, lire \ sense of shame could accept. cn'g( orJc "orwu T.i\l: .-Will ho he Holon,,'df-The[ I'blla-
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... ._. ::::: -. : .... .-- brnnded us' infnuioiiB! traitors!:!, ostraci'-ed i treated New llnglaud:: ] ha no excuse ; (she "'Iii never i drtjihla Xntlnnnl t'onvpnttonVlin, will ho Arlmlltcd ?-

< *s a conucrod( people] and deprived of time rights! given cause for a '\vMi to separate! from the t t'robnhlo Duration I of the Convention.WASHINGTON, .
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'. ':.... "' '.1_ .-\_': ., Hlcnuily gimrntitied to us by the Constitution, I Union Such promptings come cither from the I Ana; !II), J'JIJ.\ SENTINEL
.(110\\ ;; ? ''' 7NINJ'nrVJ;,,,''''
KeporU> fir the spei'ily rek'ii ofDivm tTF.rFI\t!: SI
/ >74' ft'; for having had the !nndacity to assert:! that! !MHITcigu most t craven fear and selfishness 1\4 In the ln-l :
I i liejrln to prcuill I I njriiln, and probably' 11)H'e)
''r Elates had the right to witlidraw from n war with Omit Britain, or from that despicable]
Solar loundi; tiOfl. Tlie lupsr ol' thin1 hni entirely\
11k'L''A\ \' which they had 'o"IfI'1"'ntl'red into \ spirit of: fanaticism which hr. clmrnctcri/cd
compact
\ \ 'Cllcii iisviiRsttiiillini I I .
; ,! I 'I (-.t I llii1 t charge iigiiln'lMr.
...... J ", it may not! be,, unilll".re 'ting toll(ace the origin I her ever t Mince the "so-tolled!:! \ I'ilgrdaf" landed ou IAVI. }'oi' eight! tnontlis hl< lilllcrest eui'mlf.i!
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..',.. r'I; I of the cli te I mlii e, or rather !its first t practical' !I Plymouth[ rock. As they in their righ'tcnisneM I have, hel'lI flrnfrshiif the "rwers mud gutters of so- 1A1MO1Hi

.U\!l(") ; ,. assertion, I\nlllhc first ojcn) tlireat-s to carry It.J JUito burnt, wiu-ho.s, 1 liung; Quakers cud otherwisepuujhed I elcly, for erunturemv! \ enough deirraik'il.; cnoaghn .

It<;' -._"_ _-: ::-. '; : ----=--- I : taecutiou,by.w be1rnW\\.itJ.IWH: .fmiitlieiiioii. ::! .. .W1-. ...< all who,," ..differed from them," so nowk \ nwrMir' to I fiilirluiotls roudy tunic to I'I1l11110 their .
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4'ullnliavscic, TJmrsilny, ,4 \.1: tu, 8I1U.' We !01.'aU' ] m>t bcrcjijtempt\ to cuter into they womiki tmausr, JI'CLW nnnUlIl'lrl''-eei.om1thm. ;1 moat Is---'lIut'y... hl\"t"liJlJllll' few blll'h vratLmta'.. ,. .. .,. ,
: the coiiHtituliontil right-a right which tbe fm- C'T1'man'At'lftil! : ;!! cohuVa'te their -property: hnd' \ 'i Kvcu: aunlnst: our fiivlor, t tjvo 1 false wit lnwes were.Mf. .
.;'ii' : "; ; ;;; found. lImit itt ,tho'niiili'rl.v\ : n-itoft of locr.ns: ,
.. I1 i (Juvnn IH our General 1 Aguntjiind I In fliers of the Cou.stitution btllcvoiHn, null without I they trio jJO\VCI'\ '
authorized lo I"CCcI\'l'@lIh.erll'llolI@nll'l""lIcl!! nh'etli.lng< t nhow, I they! (ImvenytiI'nnnd\ rue ltre.'l ol eridenee
: which they would never have entered\ Into (tie Vi'v IMe said that Yunkfedlltlll"Ter" had came JOB
cttlcct 1 monies mid ixocijit' Cur the "*ym>. : that can i i !Zit( herol'\ fl.IIII'"I''I'h.. I 1'nt.ulcnt litis hen PRINTIN&
,1 compactjhich: so long bouird ir'together, and ,I to secede. Would to dod thc'luneconl: !be said |I foiirfully dcrt'ived! I liy tlic1! nifii.I They IIIIMeon-
nmllHautj Under; which wejhcd)\ ( .II/(> : al\d of thu.voor'itafufltwate( : : ) people, of the: !South' ; .
That /singular fperuneAor'1'1111'11'116' since I happily \prosperously \ ; I taut I-: :i fljauri'a l llimi. tliiit t tlllrl'VU ,Auimlnnl t ciciTs -

( : Miss Assx HICKI.VON, i I' -1oid! to be l rc- until the apic cf (lin'ronl wan thrown :uuougus \ what ocean fil blood, micht have bccu nved!, und U'.I't L<, rii1) 'IcjL 71,1'f TA.J.: y\J\ *6f.fSnlplltfilJ: I 1\i tile, Ulshftitli'ni' .

:\rIii;; '1\\ l o' tin4\ ""IIW 1111"fni.. It\l 011(1) 'lll1ll of I by the families of the North, in the shape .(>f I what misery and anguish might\ Juno been spared, "' (' \s! Bdf( rnm-i! 111'nI| lieyt\ lifisSionre.si'dlfullcil >. J -I ,

.Aifl1\; .o)1IIN. .' i|IIl'huIitioilil'l1'c 1ene thnt subject to abler'I'I the mothers throughout] \ the Unr
-o'4.'-' '' pens,) und winlliic ourdehcs! to Ille more intwjtion i iI i unlrujjptof :Sew Kughtud. not bavin:! ? tho during I' tout I I tlnit Mr.1 I IIJ.\|is miitl' 1 be tried for I I Irniton or ESTABLISHMENT.

.1'' :,s 1,1'j ;.,(' -.iiuiMiitt, oflhe hundred'and', tell connlH'VAi.ni.sW I. ofjuhtro! ond i 1.JThOIll the i1) till : ) miijority t ovtr 1IOJi. It j jHH I I Hhallllll longer\ lie held\ In mllitiirv. I'II.tlldf.I', .
giyt of1
I| threRtcned[ be curried into exmitiou. : execution, remembered the fable the.monkey . .s- 4
;1001\1 iflloiisos'1 1 WIIM bound l tfi,' May: home, I hl'lt rt'-nii'intjered, Afi'i, lvvi I* helll"- jsii"nertit'irm
: I i nail the chestnut iu the fire nnd, from! that t time '-I. ,
| 'U do
have back lOlL iu .i-
so we
period Ulll'hi1l1lrr
: 7' : )j ,: IJ logo : :tI jirtoner\ nl'wui1 I ,iltlren I iyintli) alter I I the .,. ., .
', l'rlnl'niil' lite: "choice.. i. . .; .,. ,. .. resolved to make lI c'ol' the South, to bring about I. -i< 'J
-- -- .1 udl. wui'c.ditjliuit.ilian; ino: t wopk juvlift.suits ..,
-' : ; ,! : tci'tnljiiitliiii( (tft'hl' tmmm', It l I" n itRiveolti'iu'Osf.ilnpt: > "I> ."j.
.\. priViiltlilTer; l t from ,Islnuu G. 1 Harris, at Cor- :
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1; ] bands with holy horror, nt the bare fear and trembling. r'oMhis puy/w.-Cnw/) '., dt II tlu. laof initlons to lit hi prNoni'lof, wnr ..rtcr: the ,.

t1ytttcxiL'o, is pnblinlied in the 'lIytt I villo idea of tuich thing, and arrogates .to itsell all ed tis mi 1 by every conceti i able ncl': of opprc'-Mnn, dent; lui< Ilctl'lnin"t'IIIIt: i t I I Mr. .I Dvvis i !s'liiiltV"; I i, ; oltiicr; j jut i ; with h4"'
Ho to !Ihonm! die in Xcunpuper. WI' 'JII fUt
/cOICIOI
(Tcnn.) Observer. expects the I Simon: lnrclsm of Union sentimcut.! It hud I openly\, nullified the, fugitive\ ) sin" & itt tv' : denied tinei1 releiuoil' or el i'e )111111<11'11 over. I In t thc dittodr 'I IU : 3II'

Mexico, fliRt regrets: : .nly. the lilunderM of tho it* origin during the last war-a war which; was! to us our uqtial I righVln 'ti mc Terriioi ieiutimn; ,; (,It[' tile clul aalliorltlu'. > :- : .:

,h0l11hprn lenders.: .. : mainly entered into {1)thr\ main tenimcc of "free ,I J Jed\ tht lit 11() dNf.mt day they would emancipate i it I uni chul: I loser. IImoll.U' you i' ih'legfltes! ( I to the _; ; ;

i -- t trade amid sailors' t nil our slaves: -anil then, to add! insult: ] to InJu'rlttllntcil \ 1'hil.xli.lj'liiii :Xntiiiniil I Convention{ the n.init1. ot t !
The; Alliuita; Xew l>a !says that lung; trains: ofag4)fls rights. which were Mriousyendangered ] [ \ ;
j worthy rcprfseiitiithes: :Mc"srt. .CAM., AH- ', .
your j jvi .l.'J;
and reproached inn.l of Congrcss 'I'UIlh''I'O. I
out -
the ] .. Ii
loaded with nuichincry and supplies, by arrogant assumptions of t'o.eMolhcl'VouIlII'Y '"
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> 'nml MtLvon. Those ore the kind I 1 of imien Limit! I .
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that' the miiles : and in which Xcw with I not ]having the spirit to preserve( our\ I| : '
from to ; Lnglandthen :
have gone out city gold I :' I litScii ti i mints i I lo reiremiiit[ her I in that COIl: :; -, '. ,
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.hi' Upper Georgia. The mines are Mitel to he.l.i'omisIJJf. as!: now, wiii: more interested than all the rights by 1"'edil1gth81; we could not \en be';I volition.' | )I'Pl'IHI1Inll m! I It, they will'i i be received l by j
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rest ol the Union combined. .:3o the war be I kicked\ out of the Union,' so low hud our spirit '
I mn.V the (C'oiiveiilton 1 m, with I i "1'1'UIlI'III", amid they I will U mid
---- nil, to have been wngod] ]l'rincipIIII.r| on her account I fallen. A.s wits intended, these continued( I "dl'/II' I thtfiii jvcn'Ihero: ulnony; :: Huiirefmf! men HLoi! themsi'lvis. -, !

'I'lio\ icll-to'-grnph informed us, in our OUjiatch I and I for, ]her own peculiar intere-as. limit ] of J lulling water wore away the !stone:" tiu) :South' En'I'ulle. ol'thu! Southern, :s:>tito., I )I.elit've". j OB) OFFIE11IN ; ]

1)iiMihcl'iii! Ttiesdny's; ,; paper] that "Ueuernjs nuforluuntcly for the'country, the people of that 1: smarting under the present, and :apprehensive[ of I I limit now chosen (ileli-sniti1, mid 1 tie lU-lecattA, In j

O.t-N, UY, ] [tiTiTii, : !, Judge Adterctte, nnd\ fJcnerel "pecul'mily ]holy land," then 10n'IIJ, Almighty the future utter appealing] ;: in vain to the justice j ji I even,' I Instance, lire t the very men uho l euii 1 best I' 'I"- j '

7.;1T, bad been nppointed/ Commission," ,&c. Dollar atunuch as\ they do now, and preferred it i I .mid magnanimity her brethren (,I' the .North,''| reo. mLtit-. ,, ,JhIJIIL"lll'l'f; 'nI I i lIII'I.tl..nllll' it/! the"wibijof. [ i

ft Humid) luno road, "Gens.; Hunter, ('lIn1l)'. iiiufJmllfl FCC our i fliig instil ted, mid om sailors I forcibly t I i imprcssed I|I in nn evil hour amid unforttiualely\ !herself- I .111'I.1 :' 1"? I ; ill !! j I. : i

A ships
!, lution, to the ndiiiNsion; ol' I Ii'lurid,, .
tiLiibCIitivu.
( : 'i : "
: -stk -- -- New Emtlanul had lilies thrcatfucd to i ido
: than to lose for time onc-of( the lcllr.lliners : so mniiy THE STAT
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:Never mind ,
the ,
{ \ YIII'I"IIU'1'1 r KAVMOMI I unit th* j .
sjnid tluit the firbl bale of new cotton re'iihednlilneon which loved belter,than honor : to wicrliice tie Union which she had always : .. .-,
they or ; -
: : country i Sen' York TimeIt. tilt iio.t. t stupendous\ piece, ) .
; wis' bought by a party I ]loved well, and to seek in mud i in- -aa L
so /! a separate .. .
else which brave ', '
might in/in prizeu highly ; find.j I cil m I linpiuleiiee I Mr.I livvvovti: : to diet itt e to t the, U ,. .1 "' .(I.1'
..nieiil gentlemen of that city, nnd sent us OfPI'Om-j] I dependent existence, that protection nid security 1 V'. .: t ) ,
when their sutler\ from cini- "S
commerce bcnn!!: to Convention! \\lio.-luill bo memberuiul!I who l! shall .i .i' .: .
ent to AxnitBW JohNsoN! President of ser of) the enemy, and their trade to decrease: their I which the Union no longer afforded.\: ( On the. in- (hc, (''id muki. :Xeilher( Mr.h I>AKMO"M: >, nor (uiy1oilier .' ---- '- aot1" ;' iW.1hu ,-'-
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ted :Stntfi.: It I: wns shipped by the\ Xntion'al Ex-I longing for the "flesh pots of E \pt'' overcame! I frtaut 1111'a chnnged at the North, 'us if the HCI'IIoIlI'Hlllih.e' ; him. \\'lll l bV\%' nHnwefl to hilvu any- iI,'ntI'\'Ii'j. r

JI'tQ. ; ; .their patriotism amid they begun lo murmur loudly i v> nnd! of some mighty Alngiciim hud passed over I tlihiu I (; I to do with I the Convention.,; cVnbltciiu .
it. The despised Consiittiliouvbich hnd been j'Senator (1 0"\ HIM! Si'tiitloi', h Dooi.tm.r: will be
and deeply, IlIukillg'lhl' land rcsonaul \\ ith ; I
\\0 1itvurcceivet1 tInt first number of tho St. ,
'I. : vvek'omed I lo seatuiul I Invlte | .
: td
declared to be :i "covenant with death and a < participate freeljin .
like
their complaints, so many pond f frogs! ou. the I
Augustine E.xiiniinor/l\vhich: bus been revived I the I'rocecdilJL.Hill! \ l Convuntlon i will I lie i
j.fler! "yielding to the inexorable fate of war-tt" approach of night. Murmurs, ]howe\, crcnot I league with hell" became: nu object of the 11l0.1intcu !: composed chiefly of Uenioerals,;, and Its. ,'ictlon Trill i ii NEW TYPES!r
nil their cronkings could hnve been borne, adoration ; so !sacred:! indeed that it na-s i I
icstly(\ printed paper, published at St. Augustine! : easily i I be controlled 1 liDi'inociuls.I But no (Iclr( .(.ite will
l Pt. Jol n.. rOllnt '. VIa. Subscription price/ $::3 n with-they became, kix and indifferent to the duties I furled-hidden\ away, from tho eyes of the profane :j': be exelncl'd, no i matter t what liK antecedents: mnybe,

: : which. they owed to their moiimmtiy-ftiiiii.tlted\ antI millions 01'uwn called on to defend it. i I nlui I lIu. hecu n eon-iflent! I mid\m hone supporter i I of

(lP'II' -__ but few soldiers and I those! gnulgiugly] and at J :New Knglsud: especially rolled her saintly eyes tin'PrcshlLiH's rcfctoialion policy. .

The liist drive of log's containing 6OtIOiJUO4l ( length began &seriously take into consideration( : up to Heaven, and thanked God thai she Wllci not Xothbnj 1'11111'0, siiiil jet uliont t the [irobablc rtaru- !

't of. hunbcr, and covering over ."00 acres OI"TIl'I'II'I'iwll \- the propriety nnd policy getting out of a place I like the ickcd! publicans of I the South, \\ lioHcofl'ed ', lion will! not ol'llie I lie Convention marked! hy ;Imstr.evecpl The I tlial t I Utli it, prof'l'lliuJ\trill I I ['I'oloa"! i' Ol i l 11!,, LiileM' I h'.i; 'H.,

.! at Bangor from the U.per l'euou c\ that wu i so hoi and uncomfortable' ] where the' : \ at the holy Constitution tutu! the Union, lily be devoted! lo tempwrnrv or,;,;iinuutlon ; the lotb '

:nul[ in tributaries) on Friday.! The daily ]producL dollars were not tii1not, forthcoming, but the which the Lord knew had always been the pe- I I to('imitmiji II iierinnnent tee ou ivolutioiiiHud onpuiiziiUon\ ; and tile apjiuintniont reiuuinder' to ot/ a sI ,,

of lumber is 1,000,000 feet nnd there I is a scarcityuf pious cars were continually liable to 1)(' disturbed l'1 euli.ir\ ()')jCk <'if worship, with his thrice blessed i full I i and \free interelmiiffe! of views in open( Coo cci i- !!

vessels fiir, its removal.The by war's dread alarms. They then W'llt.oO and glorious sainU of Xcw England.: The Will"WIt'i tim'n. Tlii-ie""l'in cifllii-I I.'omivent it ,, will I I I probably I Ipontlinie
I Into I Ito siioeccillna; week I New Power Press
--.4 b.-- far In their wild ptojec.ns( actually to assemble I carried[ on with great vigor on l*>th sjdcnud iLLA !I
President
will remain
: Wusliingion until -'--
I : withstanding the 'cnt disparity of minibcrs -
ill Convention to consider their pcculiargrie\an- I g [ '
the 27th ot August, bays: the Macon Telegraph, 'I A South Carolina Imly died lately, who, for
tnudo l much
-a disparity more f'lrikinghy'j
und dc\ise and (
ees to ways; means 0 gelling out .
when, iu company with the Seorelniy of State I j, thirty-six inys! \prior'i to I her death haduhsNied 1
of the scrupe. they w ere in. Our renders; nil luc\ four or live hundred thousand men from nmong |i :solely! on water.-Ar; ]'(orfc .';'/11. '' .
and perhaps one or two other members of t the I .
heard of the odious Hartford Convention and its, I Us being ('J1wllcllullIlcl' the 1 banner of our tot"" I \VJiat: ;w'e to think! ot' publicjournals thai ', 1'( '
Cabinet, he will go to Chicngo to attend! the "' ,- tiupn.M '
Oon'.i.AS: monument ceremonieshichull! : take unholy] objects. Had not fortune( shortly after I the :South; gained! many splendid] victories, iititiasvmmkcited : I I I dt-teminafihmiichlhclr(; ;*" ( J pditorialVoluimi-; : I II I II i \LIIUIHIt1JI.i4, l.v "tuf us i by Hi- k C> ,
pmili'd on our arms, and given uch a turn to our I the admiration of time! world. Bul it fi
(On
plitee: in that city about time 1st September.:\ i'I trnnsparentfloricsy: ; : : n p-ir: with I I i Iii. t foregoIIng ; ,
fairs[ us!: to render) an honorable and speedy j jPCIICP WIIt: (11 YJill-in 't tin we bled, in vain \\ I' :, I I I" I the I \follow tug : I,
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The JXew York of certain, the people ot'ISew: England would' died The North Cllt out her myiiads against' 'i I The I'lt'sident I bus entirely! i'UIII'cll"e!! author- :'

ExprK-s Monday: I>ays :- ]have carried into execution their well known I m', and our bra\ ti and noble people were overwhelmed ',, I Iv oflhe (;oH'rnol' tif LnuisfaiiH, ]liHTing virtuullvclepoed '
CJueen HMVA: Hawaii, i is expected hereby the numbers alone. And the radicals 'I [ him nud ('miii irril gubernatorial: 1
threats: !and wishes by solemnly] seceding from by ] now powers ; INEW JOB PRESS !
learner .lava, from Liverpool, and still\ probably] upon) 1 Hie .A I torni'., ( I'nl'l'llI. \:
he Union, in its hour danger: and leaving their carry all their own wuj,; our people arc I
arrive to-morrow or Wednesday. The Queen [Hero another lie from the i-ame source.! : |
brethren to fight their way out of the difliculty ulripped of their political rights after Jiral being I
''las been, a" Is known, on a visit to England, nnd The "reeonstruetf'd"' have grown bolder in the ,
the ]boat way they could. Of the truth of this deprived of mo.st of their property, and are still of
is now on her wny.home. She witt be received' i tillerrancc thoii-feelings! in proporliou MS the'militar '
fIrm with the national honors.which are customry there can, be little) doubt. The[ olloljllhung\ denied udmi5.-ion to the Cuba; though during' |j ,\' }ra-p upon them was: relaxed] )[since:i ] .'
over them ou this account, for many decades of the war the party now in power insisted i that Iwe i ih, Pre.silills!.[ police proclamationapjie.'urd! they

'> paid to a povercign.!! *-. .--..- years, !and was only 'wined: out, if wiped out at all, rote nUll ever invnt be in the Union, and could\ and have lately gl'lIlunllthrowu( they: have been ofl'quite their bold'in]loyal the disguite utter-, j I ..Qui"Clur-o( to ouler, l h v (bar. p Inrd" New Y.rt,

There i is; something of a rebellion i in the Phila- by their becoming all at once the best of Union not possibly get out of it. Such i fr; the consistency tneeof their sentiments. J I

ilelphio. Custom Hou;>*>. The old collector, TIIOM- men, and lending theiraid to put dow n others of these men-thus do they;) {prove their lovo to It may iutere tborne of the "reconstructed'1 to !i

\s, it is said, refuses: to be removed and intendsto for daring to attempt that which they themselvesthen tho Union by trying to destroy; it, know that the editor of the bun h a near relative]

test the ]legality of his dismissal! by the Preiri- and subsequently! openly threatened to do. That the good, true and conservative people of of one of John Brow n'h men, who was hung at The Very Finest lafcs !

dent, in the court. lie addressed letters to tho When most of the Hartford conventionis.ts' had the :North, who have been for so many years Charlestown, Vu., in 1S58, for insurrection and

Treasury signing himself as collector. The department gone to their graves, and Iltel'e-.thnd: grown gray overshadowed l>y Abolition and lladical murder.Atlanta Jfia.TELKGKAPHIC; .

however, rncogni/e Governor ..Tori.ao with the accumulated! load of u third of a century majorities may slurcced under the lend of our -__ __-,- _-..- ____ _-.- .u ._"__ ')

us his! successor.We of years, we again hear threats of {secession noble and patriotic President, in hurling tlie vile NEWS.

-- resounding;; through the land. Thi time the hireling crew of STEVENS: : & c.. from their $r 01; ,' :.;.: J1VVk : ..
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regret to learn from the Quincy Common- threats came from Massachusetts, one of the most usurped ]power, and in restoring to the }people} of -- ------ ------ ,

vfcslthofthelOth, of the death of lieT. II T ftl.uaticalaud peslileuti.il: of the New England all the Slates, their constitutional rights, i i.s the HUKKIBI.i llHDER-TJm MURDERER: : AR- 11
RESTED.i'uiLAnMLFmA .
WIM.IAMS, of that place, which occurred about State' This time the vexed question! that caused prayer and desire! of every true Southern heart.-
Aug. It.-An atrocioiio inarder
three o'clock, u. m., at the Presbyterian Pareon- the outbreak of the "odious and unJmo1doctrine", Then indeed we may hope that the Union will be TT us committed here yehte rd y. A well dressed man '

n;e, after only' a few days illuess of Lrisypelas! was the admission of Texas into the Union as a restored! somewhat as it used to he, timid even yeta visited a huiwe on Race street!!, accompanied by a f : ,', \" f .-\;\ -i \
young lady, and after remaining about an hour the
of the head. Mr. VT bad been for several which horrified the formed between tho"0 wh. I
years slave State: so good people friendship he were john departed, sayingthe; / lady was asleep, and he
the Presbyterian Pastor in Quincy, which capacity of Massachusetts I, that they openly] threatened lately mortal foes, but whom God raums to have did not wish her disturbed. An hour or two later I

lie was univtrsally. esteemed.. hwy would "Bccede from the Union" should the decreed !'ltIl111i\'l together at one nation fur-, time found proprietor llio girl with of the her hOllsTlsit..d head nearly severed the room from and her 'I ,

-- -- admission take place. If we mistake not, it was! ever. body, with a beet tied tightly around her. ,i! I
A telegram Irom Memphis, Tcnue> ef, dated solemn amid deliberate. legislnthe[ action -. -. -.- t>nbbeqnpntl.v( through: : picture found In the girl'b yti'mi( djue, l. In t, I I. Ila" U-i qt ,,.W ,.'r I
AugUbt the ttth, says : "The officers of tho steamer u subject trunk, the murderer was aseertatned to be Newton I|
with them A t'orrcpumcntofthe; [ New York Time writes Clmniplon, x-aissaiit| | engineer In the navy. He j
Hamilton! report that Helena, Arkansas, had
been taken by the fll'ty-nixlh U. S. colored' We now come down tii a period more pnrltci somewhat amtrcatiCimlly of the 'va is, mice, frU/es, was Tho arrested.womiin'b. (,
troops.1UCJ name was Mary (Curnev and J ln bad .
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V* Vlb UKUf, MM MW *MMM.,v.vt v4 MAW ..*.......) ..- .: "' ''''. ,11,1.m nl'pyen our very rods, Mpieces .r.vl'lrt'l. .41. i < -.ll.'Jto.'t- i .4- -.-"
tmil i wore they -would burn the tonuauc: kill young men. Let us lake a iioted iuutuiuuphort -_ ".1"V ._, (' t1IAl'k 1'1'0, trout NEW- tlRK.tW ) EVERY KIND OF JOS PRINTING KNOWN J3 TH; ..tH,

every hito person One citizen was latally time before the war, society of the see. other /sk1epieceliulges, full bloods, mops' : VOKK, Ana. 12.-\I'I'iI'etl-Simmers, Saa .

Bounded. TluJ excitement t intcnnc ami tho wonM met iu Bo toll, and parcel the I following horse tails, sweeps: fuathers, pIlOS.li'1eIl, 111111Ihlll'ri Snhador uiul Uenl'l'lIlllul'ne', from "aTannah >
which sported by a. chusof are very
(1IiCfl4 were flying: to the; woods" resolution : : I'aki'K of eliulero vesterday.NiilhmU1 I
. "Kcsolved, That the one great Issue before; the (,-C feminines! lit Newport who seem\ to have a c. itI.ho11 Insnraneu broker, was. tiued i

Tho editor of the ;>.'. O, Picajuuu says'e country \\ustlisMolulinii> \ B. \roIIlLCV1'11 urrerled
have beeu the cholera from 18W; up to thitl time, ; ot which\ 11.1otlllr\ ; issues, ,llh the slave power they invest very decidedly in hair. 11' furthermore C'liirn uf \bull.\ Itlnliop 1 Is tl-J yi-ar*and old eummitted, Rud liuu fmwnnt -

nnd can f>ay that it hcldom attacks men ot regular are as 1 dust in the balance' ; therefore. WI' give offered\: briefV/ dictionary for ,ilpUse. yearly Income $100,000.(

uud careful habits; 'Oifc.I ersoue prudence ourselvc to the work annulling the covenant uf tho ignorant, being. ; follow\ : Vem: Crn/eoiir-plriitorb advices,rupurlii H ho, It Is Muinljor Huld, inlended of 'ul're1l1"killine ulalleged .'

ami t.elf-posse-iion.( But though Jt has frequently with death, as essential to our own innocence and Rats-Bi walls. or capturlnir the French nl '(.'1'1I11L that\ city.
l j-eappcared bincu 183'i it has been Miee1itilcth1s.. 'I'lio French tl'IUUPI'dlllmis Imn been bent to the
never yet the speedy and cscrlnstingovrlhrowof: Iheslnvenylcm. Karlets-Curls in front of the (:/11'. Klo (iruiulo to bloekude )Itih anmorui,. There U an I Mimmth ?Tr riW l ZhiitI p pJ1 [
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destructive I as tliPH anti it I is ;
as only the 1l'I'1'orllof : : Bulges I Double] Hal Hugo at6 ol paper[ I yellow \fellow\ lu Vein Ciuz.OLI'llct. tf -

that terrible year, as they conic down to us by lu support of tnw' 1'1'.llItion't: 111'.1 Pail.- hair, anything to imike a roll\ which looks like a ;
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NI\VS.:
ix-monal recollections: and traditional rc\'cl'hrll') said : I burlesque on Bologna sausage.Full ;
LIPS
; little triangular pyramid*. I'mi.Auti.iMiii, Aug.: 1'i.-The\ grcut \\ I igwitiit fur i
tions( which, make us go much dread iU reappearance "I entirely accord with the sentiment of that BLoitii-Qiieer" bunches ot'hnir.Afiicuincs the N'titional Convention will !bu completed bv TIH.-J- I
Horse
Bo careful, cleanly, nbhteuiioutf,. calm last resolution. think all wo base to do, U to Tuil.-I.onJ.A l kind: of wig tint crinkles, evictIr JHV, It III tIme l largest structure ever hulk for a PUI i I '
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( largo mmiber ; II
\ ; ol'di'lcgalt-s 'tfi4j
and '.'lf-ioieiwed\ | and hone need fear the oholJlciLwi prepare the public mlud by the daily and hourly like a 1If'\ru'h\ wool. arrived, uiuontr whuin are Revcrdy John .oll; \ IIun',1, -" .

f'1'1i.. ., I prew>ntatiou of the thi-tn'iie of djNi4 It iou l'vcnts: ---- ;oinery Blair Stoektoa\ of New Jersey, 'l J I I ,
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_- Wood, C'nwan, of leiin i\l\nnia, and .
nutty' other I IilUltnguIhhcd .
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I1iE1Li;; : : Eftfj., Philadulphia, I ii perhoually which, fortunately lor us, the government itself (:f1..o-i.-ln: im elaborate estimate Iu the New \ ( pcrouiii.. Ibu Kxecntlvo: : (,'uinmlttei .
HiodillVrenee and other parties! are i lrOllul'ingth\ unexampled !: York Timco, the yield is put down ut nearly one ]1101'i '>' rooms 1 ut the Continental Hotel. Delicate
tenting llct'cclslllrc and
There was quite a bile to-day over a report ,III time Carte de Visite .
olll'le..t aid.
freed labor In his: rice plantations\ in Georgia. Of rapidity, are halt of that (of :] S60), except In Tennessee New ycirk HeruUI that Governor Curtln of pcnn-I i

S.. than three hundred! colored onco ETCH; while the war was' l'l'ogf61"llIg, the babe Floildn, the hist being;. 100,000 bales ugainn (B,. (ylvaiilu, had becretly' culled. for 2,000 uilllita, former. I I ii "- 4
more por.-oiiti, PIIILUITH boasted that he had "labored for lUauy'eal's 000 in 18(10( and iu the former 1$.j.OJO titles vIet iliirinff! tIme term 01'1 the <':OIlcIIlun.tlld( \ that | \. I :..:: ::, 1 WJ
his blaven; ''11 but a fow base returned ami iicccpt- trouble wilt iirulmljly' en ne. Till, I U believed to be "k' \
ed tho \'/Mgcs: : ho has offered them The contract to bring( about dll>unioll." agahibt \W ,404 iu 1880. By this! calculation, the a ruuurd. Theru U no r'II lIlItll bUjiiKue\ that the' ,.. f .

Mr. UUTLKB: and the freed made President JOHNHOX hhnMlhuitt; Lt the Senate estimate makes out u J'Jellot' 2,640K)0) bales Convention nlll budUturbed, notulthstandtn" the : rf
telwfcn people, ruL.cblc.lJtlilllrtlpleij olVoius of the IU Kt Uh their rounent and the approval of the }';ecd-; February, 1851: that the Abolitionists of the against, 5,1S.j.\I'.1lnh'\ iu 1ti1t.. will 1)U oMieorgoljiiun, of !la..liel..c,1, !i/
pre.lt.1e.
wen's! Buniiu, bas IH.-CU, loroially eousiunmutcd tot'tucBJUaCieJlonof :Jforth ""ere nulh.fil'rolltud ll'"t, loIllsts." They --- --

{ I ;. all concerned )Ir. BcjtKu'nLfrkai : have nut even yet abandoned their favorite doc. 1L I" I ltitl that a ttcrfrom the Chief ofij. 'lfEIZUm: It'' A. VESSEL: *'tilt : BIL-IGW I' ORDERSSOLICITED.joii I

| anticipate that next year hii crop ill be trine, though MCtiiig under a different name.. To iiuilian's; Cabinet has been captured, iu which C'ajt LriTOs, Ansr. I':!.-The C'oliectur bu, st-lred, Ii
the call them- Santa Anna's visil the .Uu'H'd' :States< termeda tbe BrltUU Hark B. }?. Stiaw, Caua aterlrom. Havana I' i
- i larger luid nwro rcnuin"ralh e tb'tnlu nay formrMllitlJl. humbug jMor dCI11l1"dl:01'1l'lltcy to ; 1 for ijivireUu| : The ('mittai rffmios to "

Bf I vcs "'l" ,ionht*." whilo they do everything iu great political event. bond, cuminitteiUo JaiL ; I| :it I OLIVKK: j'iopriet.'e. I.I I.I I.

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DEPARTMENT.. M. LIVELY '
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Tun 7tu., Him-\*> *eiby" tll.It.! AulruitlarExaminer > '
\\\'nOJJESAIJE\ ANn IIE'I'AIL( \
that the IIplt'mllIJI11l1 1 is In Ihllt city, do- for RentroMl'OUTAlUe SCREVEN HonSESAVANNAH.

llhtlnrltsrttirenswith their delightful! nuicic, nod
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t> \ ilaekMHi Scott Poole
vvelllnplanvf froiilliiR '
the well I
71\\nlnll\ r: for icmBche* a reputation ) may .1\ Square In this city four room below and two nlinvoMntr DE\LKR IV
Ie 11I'Oul of.Ve understand! they will with the i pwid Kitchen ('ktern.rll of Wiilnr &t r. I II. ... .
to thii city the hitter part of Sep Apply at oni-n tii A, .1. PEr.t.KH: : As.'tit, ( .. I :."t', "'.r'tit :"'tis .
reuhnent, return _Aaa.!:. U-t1) -- tit Sn. \\::"}I!!...11. ll-nik' 111111111111! 1 I. ; ;' '.' .

tember.V _. .
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\ # \ had the extreme:: pletisuiv'ot sr.npinfi I I : t.! tile Situation Wanted. i i'I Tallahassee, Florida :I .
t' THIS!
newly-married Editor apt.
viand, on Tnc'dny. our l\"I'IdiH.lYwhnhn)! = hnlllwl'nl} HU8' utperlcnccn :: I I II I ,
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.(. BKURIEX: Oi.ncu who ha" for some time, li-.<-n I'I 1. u Unok Keepermul'Ierk. ilc'slret, : n vltnntlnu in r '

:absent from hi' pot lo filltill ftn cngngetUPnL! the" ome.Vppl.v: hl'lIl1l'hIf at thl" nlllc-the '"er<1I1t1h' hU1I1,('.*. :nig 1 1.1 1 Q: i ----n.- --- ... i '

remit of which him already been announced. The WGLASS'L 1 S .1 ( n O.TEl]

Cnptiiln will! wit the SmvarmOF Spring' In. thin PRIVATE t BOARD8NC.M1H. .


i'when tivti'\ ,he tvnd will i I" c ie'l'f'dcllo umo the duties bo ilHient.iiom"I or( the; cdltorl.il/six!N' 'ult du-:< iiuTH XKWhOM! 1 would rcs'pii-iriill'>' ;Inftiriu! .the I: WAD1 sd i n Ediil sl{ S tDr 1I 1-1i 8 ,41L15, is e OliIl HA '. IN i, uij\;;;:

roliinl.lu, to furnish lliiitslui In (irrpareil to receive flay llnnrdWHat I .
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I iwrtmeiit, of rhl pair We hope! fur rpold'nep. In the En'tern jinitlnn of this fit.'. Kcellunt :\. ..jt.l'iLlTii AND ACK't'ATE: MOMWtlXflForwilohy r /i \ try'
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our reader with at 1I.oecll itl.llnl.1ettl'r from him accoinmoilntloni ", ..I/l.r fart. I, :SI. 1.1\1\ Renovated and rill' :
Apply to her nt her rc-ldrnee or tlmmqli the POOl Dllli\ ,*. i N ewiy
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l'tlltlwl"II'ort'3\Undcl1!' I rJntTsrVT 1'ittltli"1CnlY: '
'n' li- lutn' r''f | .1'nllllhll..c.l..llI.. ll-tf / 11 M. ( ). .
.._,_,.t,4' f. '" > -- I F'nraatsby M. {.tICtV.
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i i' cllcn t in the IVt-cd-! / \UtMNK; MX OK". IIi:, ,variuu 1'rumln.
V THOriHtt.yiuUvijr oun.Iit: .Ion.e BufUf no prophet; ; I I II ST! JOHN'S"HOUSE I, V.\:. riir-tileat. the Drinj f'tora' _I ulgiroved t I'UYF.L):' f/fttb., : *? i ,} i' >/'IIU't"II'ItECE110N /; 7
hill
,in. U hidden by ] i '
to OF IEAV2 .1I.O rum.m: ,
ioresutt. moIXI': Oil AND LAMl.
foretell! hi fitturu. One tit'.t ) III.j V 1
cannot
we l3 the freod'onrof\ ( lu\'('. Uc now\ oel'1i For t'th St. Tine j iFR SH'i' ARRIVAL \ Al the 1)rus More of- M.. LIVELY._- --,- ... ". !"It ,
the; war I i near ., )1 un{ : LINSEED OiL .-.._'.r. ,. ,, ii
pJatliirm in the acale.of t"cl"U'nce.! and/ I 1 Lt51ALYi)1'1t1i ,,'., ,<- ..
pies ii higher Forsulrntthobrug8tultrot ; I .t.
Jacksonville Fla. ___ .: ..! :. ._l......JC
Ill- tilihfolncw --
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entitled tn a ('OI'I-POIHt\U,\ ,';, rwpel. 1 r;
ii" : iidit.r.1) LINSEKD: ;; : on. (English>, ;; :7; G. McGINnY;
i tolil(. l1ln-tur. dm'liur stiturjlulur: II.al"ato.J "- .i',tie at the Dm.'Store) ; ol M. !.In'I''t;
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,- ntlt1'I1It1J1t. -hiiiild! !Cetjre'tiVfhitit! hihtlnts- rand IIIIS: lliiii'i, cnlireh' ;., 1"I"I'" nlllh s'elttuttrl. I II Il 'fU J.
1 laid loinjiletcl.v' flttPd up. U U"ilii. : At.\ PER EXPRESS. : 1tPEN: TINE .
.. 1 l\1l1 l'I'will fume the unlettered. < O Fur sale at tho Urns Store ol 1 LT' MAI PHOMUETOi.
-".III"lr! 1 cP opin for tlie nl'-nnl1l1nlltlt': or 'f'":L""'' rrs "ii'l\ iill Mr .
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'.n\'l\i"tI1! '''''' 1J!''' ''' 1' ttutuierf.UTUuIV.. ::; .e--: ;- m.'tni 1- "
-t.j the t't.jf'IM"llf|> ofttiiKlunTi, rut''t';:;":/J ;reJvV '. : for t Ilic'. liluTal[ paimnni.!' ,,nlnuv r.iii iho 11.[->*> I l 'II i 1t 111Tx.;".[."'M'. \n. .,Kvtm_._'and.Pure.OIMU1TS TUBY 21-I\'Sm .

and )iul trtl' .
: :' Tntrolled liV the;inrlucnci-" 'tit iltreln'pnsslons IICP. v\'ill be oilerI'd for llieji'' plunKiirc, nnd nrtiil'oi I VI: _ViirBAlejiulialJrugmijrpnr:, Of''rl" rt., '_.at? Lt> ICI.V T H. BOLSHAW &MO
JFnt IKT1SAT.L.. -n.
ftiiiiitif will h.ive no hand to think. MOlicarrlo aal I lII : -. I' I E PAINTS, for Artlsts'.uaef I t:
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Eor silo! N.
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1.'C Ii 1nn rS' I 1r l'SOM> SALTS, u lnrLi; > xiipplr,, '

HillsllOrO" Iilitary; AUttttollty1 "uI6 For wile' at!_the'. _.Inig Su>!reof. _M.:J.lI'.L i: yj
IlrrlOVlMF.ST'-\C;: noticed u short.IIlne' .ll1t., ) 1 I'iJf I I
: IjtNttU j \lt COPPJ?1BAS, by the )iioiinrt or liarn;!.
rhrou U tli nc columnthe mauj) impcovemeats sale ntjtho__Irurbtor8ojr! _. _SLLn_ UI.Y: .

whIch were then *toins on In the way of ivllttinj; '.plIK; Klf'litll .\nRlllltHe'.lnll nr. thin ],nstil; tiiii nillmniI I) LL'i: !STON i:. lij (the efl'k. barrel, pnimil or oiinrc CROCKERYCUTLE I t
:md tebulldltur yrcpurntrtrj to ills f.ill! IntMnc-s, myna on the I Nt.r ot H-toliei" next nutl rhue nn tl..c.. ) Forsnl.'altthrlrutbtnrrnf.. :\L 1.1\' Ul.\
lust, r.l'hnir. l Nn. It IH iiott unili'i" Ito dh'<'''lion ofGen'l ALL ( 'OIA{ Ij : ------- -
vhleh( !promif"" to be moreettcnslie in Tnllaliu! sif OOYAL TfllKl TOWELS.

the comhuq!; fall, than It has born before for inanrvciirc. 33., :E. Colston: ; IV. For--Mh'. -lit- -tho-Dnift- !Store- .of M. I.lI: .\

The-iitiple! fact that -t"I' rent i I" unprecedented :- ) HoDES' FiV: KH: AND 'ABUK! : 'nm. YJ
( the biMliinlncfof thl''lIr.I l I'm I
rOI..rt..en } :.1 1. For ,wile I al the Stoic ol At. Il\ I'.IAOsOOOD's :: .
!; hinli! :: tliitf_rcar. guei to .-how -.vlial .u. iuiiillll .fe.wir 111 the ViItOINi.t MIUTAItt .INVriTlTi: Iifeaclletl.. BI'()\ II ;and J'Jahl I _liras I .... _.
'.\\11\ 'otll'.ln a'i \lo tllllt The ciiir eoritii.lruction nnd the Dlieipline] will be on a : IX])I.v CIiOI.Uootit1.111111101.: : ( ; / /- / /.ii' -:::;; ". '
l1lNl.-e bu.lncr'. ylr' .''1 l'Ol\j It eoniplete. MIIIuivj bl.Iaud: h 'neh u. to m.ike: the rwtlt'l\\y at Store of JA\' Kl.liltALLENHKIIl.IIU'S .\'. r
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7'' lit t Ait JhoiJiiii: !! __ 1: ..} : j
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otfurm .I, ",,\ r !:rem 4 ,t.1im} : mml
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eucour4ial! : t'jnniJ: ) \n: PII.I. \
.I.Tbll. ...liost. pr ,iQmuut apwut'thl.C. '! lir POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL; O For: mile! at the_Onitonor I / .: .JI.!:.1.IVt!:1.Y.t.ll.Miit l '-' .
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iVtlie oil
", muuiioiM! splendhf{ hotel; corMr north ofthe DOMESTICS I i ,
HKStT.LtMATKI: )
Capitol known a. the I'luntcr'a House, which practical\ :and ;apuln'd l Sell'lid'. .1 LoEV'; . .. (--------r.--TOI.t,' .nll nt the Drug I '/ !htoricil. if.- l.lKI.Y. 't{'ERO f, ETO B: : .LJAMP; \ ,'?', .

'.xa been for m>tur> time In course coniplction amt AlilillLMliiuio: I'm'KilinN-iclii oliolild 'lie iiunlu curl'}' lull;' I e > PUItT UT\K.: : 'UI"'rllll'lJlInlll\,n' meillr.il iiui. 1a -III
llloon lie opened tor the accommodation ot tiur- superintendent.. Hillflioio'.' Xmtu Oiiolinii, la on the I tin" Hiiloliy LIVELY: .
North Cnrnllim Central I Ittl!:: Load and III \ IlY (CR.1DE.; i "
a ;rt'cUnt nn'ur I -
rlemutidUllor! I -, Ciiiit. J. Jicksuv" the proprletor. puaf.iHl fur henlti.C'ita PnYVlJ iA aF' 'Oi'Ihll'.IShyhnuil'; : +'umrlvdllcdlJlA\ onsof: ; :: T.ii4iiieriliiii.jj, ; Oroodn.,
) lliinIntroduceJlnfpi4ovcmentn( ) litho eafiihlifhneiit "-01ars, cont.ilnln' full (pailiciilaM. ran In* olililnpil foriitleh!' M. 1.UKL1.: "f ''''-1 I. ,It

.- which haH hitherto been unknown in I thleltt. fi oni I; / / I 'ir-A'' IU1)) LlVLIt OIL. Ilii/i.ml i 1.11-11',11' and Uunhton'ii {,: '' .'"" '.',, aJ ." .. .. :t.
t.ES'l. 1!. i;. OOJ>'ION. ( \ ; ( 05<. <.Xi<:. '" j
nine Hrown Denims) i .. (gcutii0o.lbrwdeby: .)L L1'Ei.vCER'INMA'IIINE .-' e. ,
which
and whicli will ; ('ttreloliimLtI patronage sup'I I HI1I horo' liIIar.cntl"1111.); nun 1 ( ) --'-- '----r - -t # I e t

the. cnterprlso justly merit- \\'.. nlliule \In bell ,slug: Ill-:(-trf-Jm_-" .] .. .. l J i Illll' "Io-'f': : i r. II I _7ForsdeuFtheDitlgMore01'" : OIL, II'cd| for all flnc,M..inartilncr.LIVIJIA'" : (G5 ST, .i1' I,1A S AND 4oi"fiFtVAN' hSV.
.. trpi rtinnluj: 1"011the variant room Into the of- I -; '- ;
: : ill W- I
\\niITE-\VASI ItRL'SHKS i
..ice. h. t'l nioni-; anjothciconseuieiiees i which are GENERAL KENTUCKY JEANS 11_. For. pnle_ at the Drug More of 11.61VELT.rhoOTl :. II

1"111111.1llId. \ In.lveltecgUlatedholeI!\ *. The Ciiptuin'iclmis.to ( ISIU'SIICS alnrgoa,: .+..OI'lmenl. SdI'luah ,/ '('\") ':;: ; .

:, that i'la-oof men opji..i'd\ to old t'o.;: .ttl. I .. -wli,! }nltho_DrngStort'if. M. LIVI'.LYJOHN [ I

and vie.: ireyv-veil; by him, that! the, '"I'lantcra"! will nut} a-x I}
.! \ OItI'rlHHt.a'l'pi'o.d Insurance Agency \'\T> : CASXLI.L: A. (0.. M.NPON
tie leii.i
nnclpli- -. of tlntei-keepiu.'; ,
HAIR BRUSHES
ntbi"inipfoTeinentiot'a! le'4 Important character
THE CITY HOTELtj'PIJ"'I'1'
arc going: on in all parta of the {'it.', and weionllilenllj dish. taken }by the) tbllovviug FrusT : CASSIMERES. I'llK-BUrXENTIA( tXCHLI.I.NU I ( .U.f. OTHKIfS.[

look! forward to a Ijrtrc.: bn-ine-i' next MIn\\ .
'l'hodl'.ld.rHW which t'olHh'r thnn'Iiu most' J1e..t-rt.
all!! br.inchei: of trade, I1lMllllf lm''''. &c.ieetiv ('LA'::' Companies, against: ljo-:,'- r.nmh ll ullhOIlh" pim"enuai! hiiunliblreli-aniiliii, :;
power yet It duce 1101 prolucs. the sllirlurnt Irritation of ) K I'III." .CMMTOL.TALLAHASSEE \ .
-- bIJV i| BOOTS &' SHOES: the *Ulnof the Ufiul which.oolrcn prOllurr- lJdrll rt, andercu
,) ::; of the )axe..lt ol' D.uiiiiji'C< ;! .\ i : pieiiinliire( tmlilni"-".

FLORIDA
a iiiwtiiijj of the MeniliiTa of tin-! Uir. in KOIt e.lt. : liT 1 ,

TalLthua-oc, oii'Ffulay\ August U). Isiid t I D. l>. FIR.E :1\1 LI"VELY.: :

HOOCK, Esq., was ctilW\ to the chair, anti limn :
HATS AND CAPS Jail t-j-tr BY J. t L. McGUFFlN.
,\.. l'oHt.II'll" vcqw".teil\ to act as' bccrctun T '
I ,
The chairman aniumnooil, tlvnt: themefiiiio'iuilbeen : : TilE
row:: E WClothing
called on uc'counl ot tin,! recent death j of the Q.

Hon. iKoitur.: : Iv. \V I.KFR, to umlilp the nieni- ( ;iitlt'StartIiiiii'aiici'Co.: ; i ( 'ra llll: )w..el.
hL'iof h the Itar I to testify tlleil''I"pCI'I t Cn-liini) mill : ) 1 Emporium '1'IIIVi nnd; ( 'pri.;" !''i'"I'till" !Ifolel\ ;iniuriuttlie/ publlr itivruii/
iG RI tniu'lerlirp'irticuhr that he still licn. aw:hold
RO'\CE' ES '
render! u tilbnlc Id liN utcmOry. ( rl. lioilio Iirurall4'c'Co., (C 01111'111111" : further til" aliovi pUooiH ol old. To his Irleudt andacqunliitniiie -
01motion., a eoininittee was: aiipointoil: eonWiuff it I I- needltn to say anything: but to n'l 1

: of Judge! A. Woomvvui, :M I. I D. l'