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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 6, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
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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 )
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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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SHOBER &: OLIVER. TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 6" 1866. NEW SERIES-VOL. I.-NO. 148. ..


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& i A Voice fiom the South."WOT A TEXAS EDITOR IN 'l'nOtDLE-The editor of '
.1, 'The Sentinel SMALLWOOD HODGKISS Co. &
Tri-Weekly PoiiEIco1EI tOO1i Rilio1 SUCVUB: BOCTII." the Urenh.im('I'eXIl8)nl1llner.as) arrested recently

COTTON FACTORS I __ : by order of Captain S. A. Craig, of the }<'roecl.men's -
ts ruBLteiiKD EVERY 00- Mu. UniiisLEY :-In looking over n numbi-r ofyour Bureau, for publishing article reflecting:

---AND- CHANGE Ol1! CHEDULE. iiiipcr, I sec li statcil: in nn cdhorul of yours on the Bureau. The Banner says :
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Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Mornings.s I that it I is not ttfti'for Not them people to travel in
"Captain Ciftig I is profound and h's
1 a joker,
--- .- G l mn1i i n r Mhiit r n ,I ",'----0-- ,:.." ......'_ .." --_----.,..!'..-, ... I nnd through the Southern States. I am /from best joke is when he calls his HUl'c1Il1'court.."
n r -r"tllln' Macon, On., nnd to that It is ns safe: foist
Terms of Subscription : I fr.":':I'k \-i ii'fry14( ,:' <\.J.: ;_..,.. :. :J.! ._ f, Northern say to you it The Idea of court without judge, a court which

I'cr Annum-thrco tlmc" a vock . . . .i''} 00 JiA :<:-r", "!J: !::m' "_... .-- man tl'llvcllhrough Qcorgi.i: arrests parties 'ltithout nmLlllvit or wnirant, which
Do. -twice ft week.. .. . . . . . 4 00 NO. 10 BEAVER STREET, is for uc to travel through (lie Stale of New violates the constitutional guarantees of freedomof
Do.once a week. . . . . . .. TO i 1'AT..AU.tE, JuljMfh, istifl.; York ) And I believe it i is so with the other Southern the press, which denies the right-of habettt

-- :KT: E 'VV' YOn. ::r-: :,. :N'AM) AFTER TillS1'r.( TUB TUAINS ON States ; At least I have: on evidence that it corpus, and which adjudges i ft parly: g'ltiltytllll
--' of Advertising. O I the I'euBacoln and (i'll niii; flu iluouiul "ill run us lyl- i is not &0. indicts the punisliment without allowing him ft
Rates
. .. . 00 (l.Formerly Snialhvooil, narlu A ('0. and low: TV As to those personsho called themselves trial Is not such an idea sublime joke. The
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for the first In ul.tlon. WOO), BAt 'rWAItO. from the State the
One N. YTHO delegates to "South
Square amallwooil! & Co. Georgia
One Square, two InncrtlonB .. .. .... .. .. .. ... .. 1 75 .'HODOBIBB Ua.I .1. L. : I !l\vo4uIM at. . . .. . ... .. . :&.10.\. M.I jurisdiction( of Craig's Bureau extends, ae we) understand
Ono Square, ono week. .. . .. . .... .. .. .. .. 2 00 ?W. SCOTT, ,inn. ) Late Hodgkis, Scott: Co., N.Y. Arrive TnllulniKHoe at. . .. .. .... . 710() ern tornl Convention" that recently met at Philadelphia it, only to refugees!; frecdmcn and abandoned -
One Square, two wouka . ... ... .... .. .. .. .. 4 00 D.Gel II. I'OOLE On. I Leave TnllalmBBoo lit . . . . . . .. .oo ,not one of them were appointed by any I lands. Under which of those heads
:, One Square, three weeks. . .. .. ... G 00 Leave Montlcello. . .. .. .. ., .... .. .. sIn) portion of the people Georgia to represent them we
-.. .- Leave Madison nt .. .. .. .. ".. .. .ii. .'; in that Convention. wonder, do we come? We lire not i a refugee,
... en :C> to WK mo pl'op'arcd. through JfKSIDENT AGRNTB: toADVANC Arrhe nt Lake City nt . .. ... ... .. a. 15 I'. 51.WESTWAItl They appointed themselves we arc not a freC'lhulln-pcl'hnps we may be abandoned -
1 Ii I I C I # I AND SELL COTTON In all the ). from motives of personal interest, mid 1 not even lauds.( The question as to the arrest has

I'J" i!:: I I < SOUTIIKRN PORTS:!, or forward from THESE iOht'I'StoNEW !: Leave Like t'ltv nt .. .. .. ...... ... ...10 .\. M. from principle. I know some of tl.em wcll ; J been reported to President Johnson by Governor
g'' g g g g g g YORK Leave MndiHon at .. .. . .. .:'. . .. .. .. 1805. 1'. M. know who they are, and what they Arc, ;you may Thockmortou." .
; .. c ""' Leave Monticello. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. . 1.10 it white that
rely into that
'" r r r '" :r !" LIVERPOOL DIRECT, Arrive Tnllunaapeo nt.. .... . .. . ... 8.50 upon any man went ---.-. 1-------- ,
: .." :. :. :. :. :. I :. filoiula Leave 'nllnhnsBcc at . .. . . . .. .. .. "t,1 $ Convention ns a delegate from the Stale::; of Georgia -. A FACT \VOKTH PJUNTIXO.-At second-elm
- ....- an Our our connccllmiH may Til prcfor.MVEHPOOL nru inch 'in will :,;ivo Arrive nt Quincy nt .. .. .. .... .. . (J.li would sell his birthright a mess of pottage. i hotel at Frankfort 1t'cw a since little
:600 1t0 1500 1900 22 001 25 00 ::3200 3700 Ky., days 1&
1. our cuotoincra nil Iii mlvan tiKPSoftluit nuirkct. ST. MAHKB TIl.MN. How come these men to arrogate; to themselves
2. 1100 2000 2750 3-100 3'301), 100 0500 GO 81 6200 50 Apply Leave 'J'ul1l1hl1""oO at. . .. .. .. . . . ".54) A. 5f. the righlll) represent people in Convention girl entered the bar-room, nnd! in pitiful tones
L 3. 15 00 21 60' 31 50 4 JO 52 00 57 50 71 GO teGi.o.w. SCOTT & co. Arrive Mmks, nt . .. .. . . II.' O a told the bar-keeper that her mother sent her to "
4. 1900 35 )(I' 4160 5100( 00 GO 7G 00 O122!100 00,112,, GO : Lenvo St. Marks at . .. . .. . .... .11.80 M. !that neuT uppointed them for so solemn a trust get eight cents.
5. 2J: 00 42 50 G1 GO' 69 00 9100107001125010200 80 60) 02 ro,131 Tiillnlinnaui', t'ln. Arrive at Talluluwaco nt. . . ... . 1.50 P. M. There was no call made in any porion Georgia, "Eiiht ?" Saul
cent
2700 6000 6160 8100 jiilyT-lf.__.___. the bar-keeper. .
6. 50 187 61)) .n --- -- --- .*;"Half hUIII' will hc'l Hie arrival of the that I know of, Ibr meeting to appoint '
7. 81110 1\760 71/j() 113 00,10S, 60,125, 00:112: T- f an >cii ou cmsat delegates: "Yes sir. ;r
s.1 35 Oil) IH 00 81jI05, 00'19' 3 Oi1l0 (lJOlS'l) 50 210 IJO Tnllnluwco for Dinner, !going from and coinin/ thls way.A to the "Southern Loyal Convention" that recently
\ 9. a\1\ 00 71 00 9160 111 OOljI50lM, :) 00202' 5023" GO EARLE CUNNINGHAM & CO line of stages between Juiiicy, Itnlnhrldjro and Albany met I'liiLnlelphia) ) but there called "What doc::! }-our mother want of eight cents:: ?
were meetings!
00'222 : "
; 00 Montieello : I don't
43 00 7160 101 60 127 50i1llliJO) ITO GO,2., ; und between nnd TliomnDVllltf, will connect owe ]her anything.
) 10 11 I0 50 8-1 ()((1l1: 00'138' 00161 )()ll85' 00i210 00 : no with the trulno. l\I\lllrllll l h,' the people nil over the :State: for ""'cll," said the child, "father spends all his
12.' 50 00 IJO 00 I'M 00 H GO 113 1i0'lU1) 00257 50 2\15\ {00 COTTON 1'AC1'OUSCODIHI IIOIJEIII'LIER, the )purpose) of appointing nnd sending delegatesto for

... 13. o100 0050 lal 50 lOT 50il1j.100:210: OO,2i, 00 310 00 ....!tmiyjJ--lf... ._ ._ ___ Oi'ii'l! Siiperlnteiulent..' .. the jjreai I National Convention that met at money; Mother here rum, nnd we have no bread" to
3a. AND
00 llj.Q 00 1D6 00, 2 60 2n2 GO ; 00 day. wants to buy 110111' of bread.
u. 51! 00 10260 60''110 14150 li1 00 200 511 235 00:307: 5035: 00 F.V.. SIMS::) J. F. AVli f;ATON\ i Philadelphia:: and did its work so ]handsomely A loafer
JO 00 10S suggested to the bar-keeper to kick
1:1.111.: Ij'l 00 114 00'155' 00 IOU 00'211' 0030: 00 :Ji5 00 issioll NCi'cbnnts Latool'Snv. Hcpllh!ICIIII. I.atu Wilder, Whcnton A Co for the presenulion of the Consitution and the her out. .
11. G5 00\120 00'162' 50 105 00'221' (;012\2) (\ 6Oa.1O: on 312! GO Union of ihir.y-six States, instead of hrenl '-fire "
I 000012500170002040000275, 00i0550041000 'No, fluid the bar-keeper] ; "I'll give her mother -
18.
In. 71 001130 00171 60 213 00,21d, 50 2R1 50370 00 NO. 74 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. F. W. SIMS CO. only.Ihose. the money, and if her father comes back here
A\ ho tell uni it i is:: not safe: for a Noith- lignin, I'll kick him out." .

obituary Nollccn. Tributes of lleBpcct, And. Marriages, John James It. Earlo CUllnlnghAm.'l'homr.8 lorinurly, Sumllwood: Earlo & Co. SAV:! ANN.ATI. C"J-A.. em person to travel through the Southern States Such a circumstance never happened before,"

will bo charged as Transient Advertisements.LcciU Sniallwood, Carlo & Co. and arc imposing on ;your l credulity, and those who and
Notices clmrKed the enmo BS other ndvcrtlseineuts, J. Peikini, formerly may never happen again. Humanity owes
4 except Notices or Dlmnission ns Administrator, the chargefor J. L. Smallwood\ A; Co.HAVING Factors and GeneralCOMMISSION try to make ;you believe that Union men and that bar-keeper) a vote of thanks.!:!

which shall be $18.TiiitiI. their property are nut secure and safe in Georgia, ,. '
-'--'CTH "
tone experience in the B:lit) of Cotton and oth make
statements to without facts them
to rest
piodiico respectfully\ noUcIt! consign you "I say, Mister[ did 'ou's tog come by here

; ; \ \(\\ (! \ ( ;: nicnts:")'" and arc prepared to make! nilvnucci_, for which IEltCIJANTS upon.l'nionlllanli'om I::was opposed principle: to secession, and not, and interest.( I vas a I half that or looked two years us if he old were?' said It' year a Yankee, a'year to a and countryman a-

5THCi PERKINS & CO. have no claims against the Government that Iwish
'.i : J ; at the road side .
the present Congress to make appropriations "
;'1 A. L. WOODWARD, SB., "July 17-ly '_'____ _TallalmaseeFla._ AND UE.VLEUS IS !:! to pay.I "Yes, "said, the countryman, thinking himself
quizzed. "lie passed about an hour, nn hour and
a a
\'l'TOR-!: in 'hnncery. Tallahnasee, Florida. u will GEO. \V. SCOT & CO. Produce Merchandise\ Lumber, Tinioer and nt the (')'0,5, nnd I did Hot desert him at the tomb; II half 01' two miles ago ahead; ; mind he, had a tail .
with tho ttrm ot llENnv.t \VAtKEn, aud statesman and loftier '
\ al Uo In connection purer gloater patriot
\Vashlnston City attend to tho prosecution of claims FACTOKSTALLAHASSEE about an inch, an inch and a half or two inches
the"JepartII1Cflt and beloio (Committees of Con- COTTON aoi"3oisr. this country never produced lie wus the self- ]long."
before Juno -1-ly sacrificing statesman of his country. I am as "That'll "
do "
cress. At'J'D: said the Yankee are into
; 3'OlL
: ------- / \J/I" ,'nl.II'C AWii-iVerf and ,,'ill'c secure in and properly in the State of
( "."" Jlagxetfulla my person me a foot, a foot and a half or two Ice!."
A. J. PEELER, OlllliUlssion) Cl'cltnnts ccirc Strict .1t1c7Ilil7l. Georgia; you are in yours in the State of New --.-.---
York, although I was known as a Union man. I
t TTORNKY AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLOUIDA.iV .- :: Consignments of Cotton and Produce ueitcr- feel about A Jtsrr; HEBCKE.: -There I is one thing connected -
in
Office up stairs over the !State: Dank. Olllco hours FLORIDA.GEO. SOLICITS: sale or Bhipment to any point In llii United no more apprehension lilY lights with General Grant that will roll down
,; from 0 a. m. to 1 I). m., and from 2 to S p. m. Slates or Europe, and w ill mnke ndvnncee on counliaiuiCFt Georgia than you do in XcYork about yours, through history like the peal of grand old
oct 2G -ly______ W. SCOTT, Flu. j H. UODttKISS X.Y. cud Khlpmcutf.J01IX I and no honest L"niollman: t feels any more apprehension i cathedral bell]
the Sabbath
IT. air.
on
That is
J.I.SMALUVOODN.Y. | H. POOLE, ..Y.'VILL S. DANIEL, Montlcello, Florida H intcrcfted in Georgia about his lights Ihere !tlm: : I his
EDWIN A. HART III our biiHineHB. and parties confering with him will speech at Indianapolis when called upon to
lulvnnrc on mid elilp Cotton to Liverpool. New obtain nil information lie la prepared to iidvnncu on Cull- do. make a speech to the crowd that had just refused
J'LORlD.\-WIlJ, Bl !ninentH And fin'niali Bagging nnd Uopc to parties slilu-. The relations!:! between the native whites resident
-: AT I.W.ADIIO: :! k, New Orleans"OI' Savannah. July 17-If"J to hear tho President, Secretary Seward and
ATTORNEY tho COUI'IIOC the Middle Judicial Circuit. lug to or through; us. whites and the blacks are of an amicable char- other ,
distinguised
I' gentleuen. lIe
d"c 3-tC __ ___ WM.1. acter. The whites oT the South have true and the appeared on
TURNER ucrcucN'ccs!:! : balcony, a silence like that of death fell on
II. WHITNEK NEW; YOKK.Qcoice 21,0UA.. practical sympathy for the condition of the negroes. the vast concourse.!:! lIe said : "Gen lemcn, I
,Yo
I The white of the South do
!! people not
I (+ItOCERCoIlifflisshfl B. Carhart, Pies. N. N. C. :Mmiroe; J. 1>. Ciu- : am ashamed:: of'oursclt-.Lotl.: (,'''1/1'1'<11'.
: TTORNEY AT LAW, MADISON, FLORIDA.-Will Y. ,t N. II. 1{. Jl ; 1) II. hart ; J. B. loss. luito the negro. There i is more equality between --_'..--, --
1\. practice In the Courts of tho Middle Circuit. AND liitkhvin .t ('o. ; Jonathan 4IEIICUs'rIiuiiuis the white man and the negro South than thereis London is a world in itself. The last

dec :aa-tf: _ _ _ -_ Beers. !15)) \Vnll btroet. Harrold. between the i I lute man and the negro English!:!
t Ncrchaiit ACGIJA.D: !: S census: develops the curious fact that there are
: DuurO8Tox.E.. c. I)H'II'bnr. South, than there is between the white man and
AVESTCOTT more Scotchmen in London than in _
D. Edinburgh
JAS. ,
1V AK .\II.-W. )T. Wad- MONTICELLO, l-'ln.-Ln! the negro North. The true and substantial friendsof Irish than
1 TTOUXEY AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-Offlcu FERNANDINA, FLA.SPECIAL loy, I'tce. C. 1:. 1(. & Bk Co.to/ & Koac.li. the negro are the white people 01 tho Soir.h. more Dublin, more Roman Catholics -
V than in Rome and Jews
than in Pal
jtin the Monroe IJiiildiiis, oppolte Ibo store of mnv.v-tf:Jlr. A. aui2I-8uut: _ _ _ _ _ Head Henry Clay's reply] to Sir Mcndenhal, of ; estine. Next to London, more
nlti'iitinn 1 ii\en to tho purchni'i', wile and ship( perhaps New York is
HopkiHS. Ohio and will find some of the
reasons why
l' --- nil UliulH of Produce nnd MerehnndlBu.I Urdeis G-R..E.8. T you I the most cosmopolitan of cities. It has not so ,
JAMES T. IAG BEE.f" for cupplica iuii"t lie accompanied( with I Miu cash, or its thc Southern man is the negro's best and truest many Hotchmon as Edinburg, but according to

eiiuivnU-nl, In trndo. _.. ____ July l'-im. ( friend
: ____._ the census!:! it has nearly as many Irish as Dublin,
I TTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHAN- I see )'ou are persistent in ;your demand for while
German
it is
ns a the third
g 11.( CERY, Talltthnssce, 'Irldll.-Omcu In Marino Blink JOHN W. AMJEUSON, (.KOIlflE( W. AMIEIIHON, a!!., NDUCEMENTFor negro biitl'rngo in the :Southern: State Where do in the world city probably
mnygltfMcINTOSII ranking next to Berlin and Vienna.Inisrt
Store. .
Tatum's Drug
: building opposite li. II. ANUCllSOH.; JOHN W. AXUCHTON, Jit. you find thc power in the Constitution:: giving to .
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.JolmT. Anilci-Sdii & !5 Congress the right to say who shall and who shall ---
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BEN
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C Man not vote in the :States:; ? Point, if you can, to the
:, an Enterprising clause iu the Constitution of the United States paper says : The immigration from America
LAW, TALIAH.VSSEE, FLA.-May Commission and Forwardin
t TTOKNEYAT to Ireland recently noticed continues three
steamers
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at Mr. HOUUB'S Otllce, that to the who shall
gives Congress pOWCI.to
.1 1. ho found for tlm preient --- say
which arrived
Will! practice in any ol tho Comts\ at Quecnstown from the United
fhwnix Building. 1v.E OZX.A.J.JTBCUI'IIE'l' and who shall not vote in lie State Newark?
where his services sin dealrcd. _--.J[.nig 23-lim! ( 4 S 1 nun an\loiiB:: to settle mv old, tnitlncss IhU coming States, last week, having brought about ono
': Drayton and Itryau Sli-oot .1 \_ v Inter, I Bhall ofli-r for sale the follow lug Valiiablu You remember you said the Southern States!:! had hundred and
NASH SAVANNAH UA. Piopcity, in and near the town of jnlnry., Flu: no light and could not secede from the Union of twenty steerage passengers, all returning
MILES II. ,
Du. emigrnnt-pel':! who for Ainerica
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Well if had and could
TALLAHASSEE may :!' -U1l._ ______ __ _.___ A Tract of Land the States. they no right within the year, and had been disappointed
REAR OF rO TOFTIE. not secede from die Union, then, according to
OFFICE .-Ki-slrtcnre( with Dr. M. NASII. Adjoining! I tho town, containing fifty ((04)) acres, not to be the theory of the North, tile Southern States never in finding employment there. at the wages they
Jim -6111. .. MoKIBBIN & ALLEN urMHSucl] In tIle (rountiv. On this plnce hero U n line had been led to expect. -
of the Union and of _
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f-trcnm of nntcr, with utllclcut (all to turn t\\ciity ((20))) -- __CD."Lct ._-.--' -
J. BOND R. H. ILNDOLt'II.Dn foot \\h"ol: and olfordliiK a good site font Cotton Factory the Union, :so: soon as war ceased, they, /from r
them
S. TALLAllASIKC, H.A., orFlo-i-'iilll. AUo, ntiuo nenily new DwollliiK House Northern theory and the very nature of their relations ( create u riot, say General Bankswhen
$. BOND & RANDOLPHOFFER 111111 II two acre lot attached adjoining' the iihovu plncc, to the Government, remained as they originally ho heard that the i evolutionary attempt ol
DEALERS n ell fluiuhcd with live rooms nnd font nl'C-I'lucc",1II1I1110' the Conventionists and their allies had resulted .
j their professional services to tho citizens of WHOLESALE censnry outhullllluIt8.1.0, were ; hence if Congress has the powerto in bloodshed
and \'Iclnlty.J say who shall]! and who shall not vote in Georgia -"let them create a riot the more .

:' Office at the rcsldenco of Dr. BOND:_ Jjllly[ 10-ly i.iDRY A Good Farm Congress also has the power to say: who shall anarchy there is produced in thcjioutli the more

HOODS Tvo and a hnlf miles from town, contnliilugTuo Ilundied and who shall not vote in the Stotqof New Yolk thunder we will have in the North !" The remark
jcxxi.: :: ::13.A..JSJ'ES. : : C!roperies, and Forty((9 to) Acres exccllant Innd, withgood Dwelling The right to regulate suffrage in the State does: is Ot'll piece with others made by prominent '
OB' FLORIDA, Hardware, and out houses on tho place: also, II fiuu stream of Radicals and political schemers both before ,
Ouecusrtare, \\nter and splendid :Mill site. Also, my not belong to Congress, but to the :States:; alone and since.A .
\ ITII Cloths and Caanimercs,
and any means used by Congress!; to deprive or _._
m'tl) [B :nt ;
\'oollcn'lIro, Near tho Court House Square, being a thou Two Story (and wrong ; for the Constitution! of the United : happened
Boots and Shoes 'i'IiiViirc, building' with cij'htB) Rooms, all well liirniHhed uuulplulatered States says : "The powers not delegated to the Chicago on Saturday; last. A tailor, from Gcr- '
Fruits' and Spleen:! with nlilleco.em'y out houses. Tho lot being States the Constitution many; named Lubcnheimer, residing on the itortitbide i
".- Juno II, 1&:11-ly &c., Ac., &c. three-fourths (K) of a square, with an excellent well of United by nor (prohibited accused of '
York. ___ stolen
No. S!) t'oiirtlandt fctreel, New States reserved to the :State; was having somo money
it tho
water ; also Dwelliugconvculeut to the Pnpltc S>qiiue: by; to : arc : iespectively -
j July 21-BUI II. L,' KITCI1. %11N DEN1IAM. with two Aero I.ot newly fenced and well Improved. or to the people." which he positively denied, culling upon God to
Also, 'iio shall and who shall strike him dead it ]ho was not speaking hto truth.
The power to say \\ : not .
:OEX. 3?'. :EZO; : .N'E, Three Store Rooms vote in the States!: is nowhere in the Constitution:: The fltufu 1 imprecation hardly been uttered '

OF FLORIDA, H L. HITCH CO. South of tho Court House Square, now rentinj: for 1,200 delegated either to Congress: !:! or the Government before bo fell to the floor a dead man. ,

& per annum. Also a Dwelling nenr tho Depot, with a two of the United States. The ihht of the :States:; tosay 4._... -, 1 .:! :
WITIICIIICHESTER. attached.! '
p (2) Acre Lot Also, who shall and who shall not "Dte residing A quaint writer says : "I have sean, women; ho I'

& COW1IOU4.LE Commission ]Merchants Five Building Lots within their limits!:! I U nowhere prohibited in tie delicate that they were afraid to ride for fear of ,

Near; the DCllot. All of\vhich I will sell atprivato babe Constitution of the United Slates, ; an, if not delegated till! horse running away ; afraid to sail,'"' for fear '
VEALE1IS IN In '111 United :States; Uie Constitution the boat might upset ; afraid to walk, for tear (the '"
;t\J 0 VV "ST o :i- Is. until tho first Holiday next December, when I u offer to the : by ,
and Domestic Hardware the Maine at public Bale. nor prohibited by the Constitution to the States, dew might fall ; but i never saw one afraid to be ,

Foreign :IT Contigniueuta I of Cotton and oilier prodmjo) Terms of Sale : it is clearly reserved to tho States!:! respectively, blllI'lleLi'VhiCii is far more riskful. tllI\llllll three: ,
No. 63: Beckman and 185 Ann Street SOW.nilu.Adviiucts and they alone ]have the power and the right to put together.
One I1I1ICC.\1I1.lh" balance in one ((1) and two (2) 'cllrs' _
will\ bcuiude on blilpiueulsby ) who shall and who shall not vote within oo-r- ,
NEW YORK. tIme with noto bearing 01"h1 ((8) per cent Interest, with say \.l.t; (' r I
attended to. St-Oiu JOHN: DENHAM & CO., security. Tho purcliabor having the prIvilege of paying their limits. Beside! has the Congress!:! of the LocmlO'l'l:: l'Oll 'rIlE GULF, RoAi),-; "To. tw- 1 .

_All lIcl'II.1'rolUl'tJ.Y :.._july uuui1 I-Oil.] : ..... .. ______ Montlcollo, Fin. tile entiro price of adjudication In cAsh. United States ever attempted to exercise tho power dcrttmd) that the Atlantic-ami Gulf U..IIlroal1l1ttv. ,j..
TAYLOR Account of snlo together with Vnltod States Internal to say who shall voto in the States until re- ordered two first class: locomotives from the cele-
D. J. Revenue btanips attached ut the expense of tho purchaser.
: T. J. BASSETT\ On the first Monday In January next I will sell all of my cently Never. If they keep the Southern brnted manufactory; of Mr. Rogers at Patterson," ,,,-

HouHchold and Kitchen Furniture, A fine Piano and States out of Congress by refusing to admit their tN. J. They are expected to arrive heroearly, r '
Steamboat .A.goiit, Bowlntr Machine Also, :Mules, Houses, Cnrriago mid
my it is clearly and unconstitutional. 1114)11 tbi.-$ ,
1ALLAIIASSEE FLA. representatives, wrong IP.JHIPt'I' .
three (3) WllnOUS at public outcry, for Cash, only. '. 'J
i AND GENERAL Any body 'de8lro\ls of seeing tho above property can --.-.- .
Will reiAlr( or build now find mo ut all times lumy oCico adjoining JUuuduy; There are, no persons in Georgia who "now 'n- The Hon. James Johnson, the new Collector '

COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT} Boilers Siiioic Stacks Sugar Pans & Diwjers Henry's Drug Store. E. M. FRALE1GH.Qiiluey dure persecutions that muy neier be told," neither of this port, will take formal possession of his of- "

' FERNANDINA, FLORIDA Fin., ,.July 2. 14)'utIllh11oio' ._____ lire any ot the freedmen cheated: of their earnings lice to-day. Thc business- ot'the ofllce is fully

._may 22-tf .__ _ _ ________ ,MANUFACTURER of Bolts, Nuts, Soil Screws Tape by citizens. brought up, nnd the retiring Collector, Mr. Woou-i''
Hummers and Chisels These '
Fittings! ; self-appointed delegatetfrom;:: Georgia to bridge, leaves the poefw ilk satisfactory "lblU'., ., ,

,; A. F. HAYWARD and keep T's.constantly' on hand I'lplng, Coupllugd, Elbow $ r ilitary[! Acoy were the "Southern there in that Loyal; Convention Convention without," as you tho call consent it, ance of duties-wclll1crtol'llled--/f- --.. jf'")>. 6n., .: : "

(LAu Of TALLAIliSEE, FLA.,) WITtl desire or appointment of them b\- A four old boy 'went to church] Sunday 'd'
Repairs of MachineryAttended Eighth Annual SessIon of this Institution will com any portion I year !
33. SUMCI:: SOKr c&J OO. TUB on tho 1st of October nest nud close on tho ot the people of Georgia. I urn a Letter constitutional aud\ when he got home his:: grandmotherasked f' >"'

IMVORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS, to with dlnpnteh. Blacksmith work of every Uibt of Juno, 1SU7, H ts now under thu dlrcctiou! of Union man than any self-appointed) \ him \\hiit Iho minister said.! "JJou't know,'.' paid / In

-\IiD- dcacrlptlou neatly douu to ord.'r. Gen'l 3:1. E. Colston delegate from Georgia, or any of 'the Sothiern: he ; "lie didn't speak to mo fV good\ 4"A'iy old-\-,. .Of
" States! that went Into that Convention. I am for cr people might answer lu the eai! >\\c way. *' .iA ;

Oominsshm; Morclxaiiis: Cotton Gins Repaired, etc. For fifteen( years (iin to tho MILJ'TAltINS'l'LTUTE.b.c'-ln\JllIJ} of the war.) a Fro-' the Constitution AS it was and us it is, and I am _' __'_.__ -' .,' '!.1 I"I :r I '.
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VIROlNIA
lessor In the for the Union expressed: \ the resolutions of barber hi :
The course lustructlou and Disclpllnu\ \ will be on a as : colored Lexington Ky., iiuinutlmitliL
17 DEY STREET (Near Broadway) NEW YORK. 1 timi now prepared to furnliiU ENGINES:: aud MILLS, complete Military lm lst and such as to iiitiUa tho Academy the National Union Convention. becoming dlsgustdl; witli the political'! /

Keep constantly on hand a large tock of fluu old Whisky from tho a great Sept. 23d,1800. A. II. WiaiE. I situation, ended the "nugro question," .so ,tin nuJXihe '

,: I nno IMini WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, P. S.-:Mu.: RAYMOND : The above communication wits concerned, by blow! lujj lib bruin \>iUi) u. .. .-
POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL was written for tho N. Y. Tribune, As I '- "---

AUSTIN ELLIS, NEWBURG N. Y. or Science Jlr. Orecley declines tu publish it, you w ill oblige irjou; [put two iwrtons: id. tiiurniitt beA"room" !' 'JlII, "4! "
applied .
These Mill ro considered the best, aod need no comment 1'\'Ilctlclllllud mo by giving it place m ;your paper.' '' one of whom has the toothache: ; tmd b 'olh'r H': 'jlll'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS iu all over the State of t Florida bitch .Applications l for admission should bojnado 'ellrly to the '
itliuY are use
Yen'I'CSpcctfulh' la love will flail tlmt'llio
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rOll person who has
thlmseheH. these Supurintuudent. U\ll\ horo', North (C'urolina U ou thu
Turtles to purchuso
Ishlng
for \ '
f peak North Carolina CYntrul Rail Road, and tu a .region [p': }'. 1 uiuia.] \. ll. WVCIIE. tiLe toothachQ wilt to > .
ENCIINES; aud MILLS can do BO thioufh ino, and have unsurpassed go sleq flrt.t) 'i| .-i 91 t-n 11" :11<.' '
.o. 1J\) \\l\\\ \\'C'I their I Unglno'and JloUpr put \upIPreo for health. --.-..-- .- -- ---'--- ,.
SAVANNAH..QEORCIA. .front Circulars, containing full jrnrtiuilarj, can bu oblulued' The late Major General Mo no AN was an Alabamiuu. His estimated\ that It wIll fake, 800 million leijt'i (".Ii ''

( CHARLES ELLIS, : of Cost, OEN'J.:: U. E.: CXJLbTON: ,' I Ho( was born in huntsville( in }833.' lumber to rebuild tho burnt district in 'Port 111 "'

ThOMAS: H. AUSTIN, 'I! Late vt Apaladilcolu, Flit ALL WQIUt'Ol'.mIC\iTEED.:.: TtBMa:: : CASH. ISIII'' UilUhoro' Military Acitdein '. '' His parents moved to Kentucky when he was )land-or about rtio entire prbduct ,of 3Jalua, for 1 Jw

July I 23-Oro. ( anil Coluiubui., 4a. an.'SJ-U.! ] T. J. 1IASSETT.1arTh'6" 1111;, U,- w 8ui) IllUbboro', N. ('. six years old. two years,










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non and nA a

i ri ilrccllidIoriditcntincl.; ; \ tained THE an J.nOESTJXTIsoOur article stating that: the largest bst Issue painting con I Washington CorrespondencelltOM tmllll styles is the "Cheguon!: It l Is n crown like CELEBRATED

I <."'';, ===:"::"'==' -=': .' -==.-=-=- '-- -' --= krown in existence is that on the ceiling of the [ OUR: OWNCOilitEPI'0VUidN'r: .] Ihu "Lmnbnlle" ben I to tho head nnd shaped exnetly Portable Steam Engines !
& OLIVER.Tullnlin I the Mine back nnd front It Is very simple] yet \'crypi'll
SHOBER Hall of Ilacules at Var!'mlles the work of -r-
-Y .: Important Diplomatic] ChnngcR-Oan DU M Mtnlutcr to Ij nnd Bljllnhly! oinamcnted with jet, or pearl
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We lake the follow ing extract from! E. K -Prospects of thc Northern Elections- lgns But think I have, discussed\ the buimcU Mint | 5f11r 'Ji

W AsmxoTo '8 Echoes of 1':1:1'01)lIbli: \ hct in I or the nmllcnls, In case they SucceeLW.1smriNoTo" etuntly, amid Indeed my letter li already too lonl{, so j "fie J.- ,

I860;: "While in Venice we went through the Sept 2% 18H( (}. we nlll' wait till next week when we will! BCD what | 1

Senate: Halls, Italh of the Ambassadors! ante The principle of rotation In ofllco k to be Immediately other of the 11Inny nrtlcles of Indies dress nre worth' <

t rooms, rooms of the Council of Ten, and Councilof opplled 10 probably umr-flnhnof the personsnow talking! nbout Yours, A.e., 'IJ. / ''nl.T
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Three. These are nil splendid 1 rooms their holding (diplomatic eon \lh1r poMllon'. In -e.o----' .1.

I 7 X. : ceilings and !sides nrcm.ignitictnt with pn in lings some eases this course I H fold to himbeen determined : : rno.iiuirrr.: Ni'iiMi:! ". ,

eJmJ by TITIAN, TINTORETTO: }'.\t i, VERONESE! and on necount of the nllcged\ .fact that the person Ui
to bo removed docs not ln-nitilj] support the 1'1'<,.1-! Wniru Bi'iiiNOd, TLA., OCT. 1, 1M!(> [ "-.r I '-L"' fi1! B'I1SI" ,
others. Some of the loOls of cedar of Lebanon A- !
are : t', ,
; Octobl'r- I--l-: ; ;. lIt'nt'spolley, as In the rose of time Minlstcr\ to Spain, Km'roit HENTI.NEI One third of nntumn Is pait.Lontrer -!
.s' c, suture'.. 0 ought out of churches in the Can the ,
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;_ ---.-- -- ._ -- ; JOHN P. HAL, of Xcw II( \mplilro.. In other onset [ nights-shorter day, and cooler breezes j i =.. r'ooo 1"'T rjJ' I r
:------- '-- fire places are r most t richly I ornamented w !itli imr-; of the weather .;;=. 'Afi.m; : I.J ;
the present Incumbent has asked to ircalled, IM combine to lower the temperature

C19M. Jons! A. GncBB onr General and solicit Agent advertising, and is, ble caning ; the pilasters! of some of them are of Is said to be the case IH rejjnuU. Mr. JOHN Dm CLOW, Wo shall now be relieved of the daily IUf'l' sly! of I /v X __. _'" i. L "
authorized to receive subvrlptlons -; : "
monies and receipt for the acme verel antique. AVr n1Nn entered the Library: a Minister to France : amid In other* Incomjutciicy\ resm timq to our delightful! spring Imth In older to o ,i
collect
room of regal magnificence, showing how t,r, of Mr. 'OTLKV Mini ter to cool." : I' "" ,, ;:
__ _.__ .- pow alleged, ns in the eyes + "keep 'irs:\ : : : II '" =
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h Dr. D. BLY- has been nvvariUil the contract to ful and opulent thii: great Republic was during Austria, and the Secretaries of Loirnllon\ i.t I'nih The late rains caused the Suwanncelo rise sn11l .."" .. .,- .- [ ''- '1.

soldiers her thirteen hundred years of freedom. It is one and London. I presume If any of (lie present in- clently to submerge the spring for one week. It Is -

furnish artificial limbs! "to the "inelige-nt hundred and seventy-five feet long, eightyfourbroad cumbentj,-either in the diplomatic or cotisulnr' again In fine bathing order; nnd the mrntli October, I From Five to Thirty: -Four Horse Power

f of the State of Georgia. and fifty-two feet high. We !saw here the service, arc allowed to mniini, their cases M Ill constitute known ns the Indian Summer ut the North, can be

t. .--m.- the exception and not the rule. It I IVsaid very profitably spent in bathing, by nil rheumaticcases. i ALSOPORTABLEJJAW 1))
;: largest painting on canvass in the world TINTORETTO'S
Forty miners, Irons Montana arrnetl ntSf that Mr. ADAMS will be asked to remain nt the court The hotel now has the appearance of"some MILLS.

Joseph, :Mo. o'n the 29tli, having nearly one million !- PahkBse-eightyfcntrfeet in width nnd of Great Britain. banquet l hall dean ted," In comparison with what I it

dollars of gold dust!' in the'r possession. thirty-four feel high-a powerful painting, though Gen. Ode of Xew York has been appointed Minister was a month ago ; but visitors now can have choice \\7Ehave the oldest largest and most complete works
; T ? In 111 i t'nlted Slates,de\0Iede3ehl.h'ely: to the manufacture
defaced and g
obscured
---.- : by age. It will b by these figures that: it contains Ool feet The here the simplicity, compactness, power and economy of fuel, are J
LOUISVILLE Cm EILCIIOX.The Municipal square for Paris very soon, coming (here first, of course, to planters fire making same complaints conceded by exper10 be superior/ to any ever oflercd to o'
resulted In more than the first! above mentioned. receive his InctrnctloiH. For this highly! Important that we hear from all parts of tile Southshortcrops. the nubile '.
and Legislative elections, Saturday, lint will not be it The great amount of boiler loom fire surface and cjlinder "
--- -- mission, the President could not liaiu made n more onr planters disappointed
which the rated horse make
choice of entire Conscrv iitivp ticket. area we give to power
the an JLis. RAYMOND AND COSG1tESs.-This New happy choice. The appointment of Gen Dix bus the price of cotton this Fnll ? Notwithstanding! the our Engines the most powerful and cheapest in use ; and

----.-- ---- York Sun gives\ the programme of Mr. RAY- given rise to n rumor thnt the United States Is about short crops, Is It reasonable to expect01' prices !li they All are sizes adapted constantly to every on purpose ninrt.where or furnished power is required.on short

CAHDIXAL Ct'LJ.F.slu Ireland, Ins i issneil n to sun-e a more determined attitude towards times of pence !? I have heard It predicted that notice

pastoral the I'lIpnlItuution! He intimates: Moans future political tergh creations! as follows: France In regard to the Mexican question. This long cotton would] bring $1,50 per pound next Descriptive clrcnlar with, price !i e't.! on application.WOOD .
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& MANN STEAMlist. ENGINE;
"Mr. RAYMOND, who i Is the present representative! :
: that the Pope will leave Rome on the vvithelravval: I rumor Is entirely groundless, Our policy] ns regards Spring If there is any good reason why it sboulcrench \ Branch OtU l'. W Maiden Lane, N. V. pity.
for the Sixth District: 1 is iu doubt about what he half that I do not know It. Un Utica N. Y, ling. 25-iy .
of the French troops. I the Mexican question t will not he changed: If Prcbi-i over price

It ...-.- -- had better do. If the prospects of the Conservative dent JOUSSON can retain the poker "wltlcli he now fortunately] us the short provision crop will enable I

OREGON U. S. SfSTOn.Porllnnd, Ore party were good in the count generally, I possesses. The French I troops will be removed from Northern buyers to put their prices both on cot HEDIC1L? ) COLLEGEOF

he would undoubtedly be the anti Radical candidate Mexico at the periods agreed upon ; aid beyond; ton nnd the necessaries of life, which we are compelled
: of 20 thai 11. W. Coul -
gon, dispatch Aug. says for re-election in his district ; but lie has that our Government has nothing to nsk, from to purchase from them. TilE .

r, BETT, the Union candidate, has been elected U. S. lately been admonished, through his paper, that :France, ns regards Mexico. It will remain to be Xotjong since, n w liter, iu the columns of your State of South Carolina>

i Senator by a strict party vote of 38 to 1. "something must be done," and his present pro seen then, whether the Mexican\ Empire can support paper over the signature[ of"Mt. Plcnsunt" nlluded "

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t ----= gramme is to get back into his old! party with all Itself. I have no doubt that it will stand, unless It to the importance of establishing manufactories In rpHE ANVUAL corns OF LECTURES IXTIIIS IXJL 1;

Gen. \VIRT ADAMS! who arrived a few days Is overthrown by the direct Intervention of the Uni this State. Agreelnwith!\ him fully in his views, I bTITL'TION will commence on the first Monday ,
possible despatch! November next, and terminate on the first Saturday of .,
ago from Europe, where he went on business for ted States. would call the attention of your readers to the fact, March cnstltll)<. :
"The arrangement which
he and! his friends ,
the New Orleans and Jackson Railroad Company There Is a condir?>n attached to the evacuation of that there Is one of the best "water powers" in the FAteLTrJ. "
have for EDWARDS HOLBROOK, :M. D.. Piofessor Euientm
completed the transition is this
was in Jackson, Mi'-s., on the 20th. effecting : Mexico\ : by the French troops. It Is, that our policyof State, only a few miles above the White Sulphur Anatomy.. .
lie j is to immediately brim his paper around into neutrality towards Mexico Is faithfully observed. Springs on the Suwanncc River It is known as the FRANCIS T. MILES Ml), I'rofe'aorofAnatomy.

-e.o.-- the Radical ranks in consideration of which the Shoals"- where the full Is nbout tidy JULIAN J, CiIISOLIL M. D, I'rofc'.or of Surgery.F. .
Texas is fast closingup The pint of that pledge has already been broken, "Suwnnnec:: I.EDDIXGS, II D, l'rofessoroflnstitntcs and Practice
> The harbor of Galveston, Radicals are to give him the nomination for Con by the cargo of arms carried to )fatamOl'R5 on board feet in 4CO yards. The banks of the river ore sufficiently I of \edlcne.
draft vessels now ground JAII I ES MOULTHRIE, M D, Professor of Phvslology.ROBERT
i, with sand. Light : gress in the Sixth District. That nomination is the bteamcr Evcrmnn, by Gen. LEW WALLAcE, a high to prevent !any o\'erno":, from freshets ; A. K1TLOCII, M D, Professor of MatcrfaMcdlca
in the channel where the water was formerly nnd the amount of water I U snlllclent to drive us and ,
then to be declined, after w hich the Times is to few weeks ago. Attempts will be made, both in Therapeutic )
THOMAS G. PRIOLEAU, M D, Professor of
Obstetrics
6 twenty feet deep. go in strongly for the F'Cnton State ticket, and and out of Congress, to send money, men, and arms, many looms us nee worked at Lowell. All that Is and Diseases!Women and Children.
..-.. to that party In Mexico which Is antagonistic to the needed Is u combination! of cApital nt this point to C. l*. SHEPARD. )r D, LL D, 1'rofeasorofChemistry.

The Bastrop, Texas, Advertiser, of the aft: the transition of"Mr. RAYMOND will then have settled Government. In view of the French interests make It lie manufacturing depot of Florida. The Anatomy.SAMUEL LOGAN, M D, Assistant Demonstrator of
been
completed.
t iusL, says that com i3 selling at 40 cents per In Mcxleo, such acts will not be allowed to pass attention of our people must, and will! nt some future E. GEDDIXGS, :M D, Dean: pro tern. I

bushel, and will go down to twenty-five in less -- -- unnoticed by the French Government and the treat day' be directed to the Important fact of converting
EXTRAORDINARY CR SUPPLEMENTARY FROFESJCRS,
r than two months, so great will be the abundance TEXAS REJECTS THE AMENDMENT.-The Texas ment of questions growing out of sueh acts requiresthat the law material into clothing enough to

: Legislature, through the action of the Committee we have such a man as Gen. Dix as 011ultcr\ supply the demand for home consumption. F. L. PARKER M. D, Anatomy; SAMUEL LOGAN,. :'
M D. Surgery; j 1' GRAVIS ROBINSON, II D, Institntcsandh'rmcttce
on Federal Relations, has respectfully! returned at Paris. Xo election held at this precinct to-day.) Very of Medicine ; GEORGE TRESCOTT,
HKWY G.U.E.dispatch from Fortress interest evinced In this in to ;II D, otcrll\ Medico ; :F. M. IiOBINSON. II D, Ob,
I to the Government the Constitutional Your renders of course will watch the course of; little vicinity regard
Etetiics.
Monroe 20 .\ Northeast ,
Sept : heavy
siys Amendment, declining its further consideration. events in the Xoi'them States itl1 great interest, the election, its every one believes that Hon. F. Me- The r\trnouiinnry Professors Lecture each twice n .-
storm pre\'lIlIs. It is raining hard and foggy, and week. Course fice. They will nl,o give the bummer
LEOn will have As for of
The ground assigned is thus expressed in the report for the fate of the Southern States will depend npuj no opposition. Register (' 'aClinUnl, "p
numerous vessels are detained in consequence the result of the Northern elections. I am glad TJ Public Lands, II. .\. COHI.EV Esq., would not havea tiiitlioii nt the City Hospital, by F. PEYRE "+

--.-. : thnt cvcrj thimj looks favorable, and thuie I 15 every single opposing vote In Hamilton POItCGEJI, M D. .;
say
"
t Article thirteen, sections one and two, have C'lincnl Instruction at the Policlinic, connected with tho t
__ THE LOST FOUND.-Our contemporary the the honor- report as follows : pro"peetthnt the complexion Congress will be Faithfully: yours, College/ on every cdnesdny and Saturday; from I 0 to 11 \

; Brunswick Courier has at last found the real The people of Texas! in convention assembled, entirely changed these elections. In New York K. o'clock.. Till" important ('hurllv I U non in mcceesfnt opcrntion. 6i II
------ s
; owners of the Brunswick Canal. They reside have already, by their ordinance acknowledgedthe and Pennsylvania, It is as certain as any future cent Chief of Medical Clinic PiofvsEor E. GEDDING*. M D :
Suprel11llcy'of the Constitution of the United can be, that a majority of the Congi cssrnen elected There i is a negro circuit rider in this section, Assistants. P. JERVAIS ItOBIXbOX; M D, GEORGE '
New York and to raise to
t in are trying money TREicoTr.MD.:; !
who it is thought, is doing more harm than good
States : in which Constitution the above named i will be democrats : and as these two great States go, ChiefofbnraicalClinic. JULIAN CIIIbOLM.; J[ D
( put it in operation. article thirteen is embraced lIe !sports a massive brass watch chain, and calls :
as part of the same; the Union. AssiKtnnts. SAMUEL LOGAN, ;Jt D, F. L. PARKER,
.-. .. the courts of law so hold and administer said article so goes himself! a bishop.-Gitincarille Km. JI I).
.
> 3 If It should be otherwise the radicals succeedIn FEES FOB THE Cotn-E.-For the Professors $.105
f GEOROE WASHIXGTOX successful standard thirteen. IMPORTANT THE FLORIDA R\ILHOAD.-The ;
3hmirictdutioocure. :ij.5 f: ; Uvinoui-tnitor, ''10; Graduationsept \ ,
millions of freeelrnen is The Legislature has no authority in this matter maintaining their supremacy In Congress, the Vera Cruz correspondent of the Xew York Herald $8u. ,
; bearer of only three a ___ _.__ __ __. .[ a 3-w bw..
; any action on the same would be surplus- South, I fenr, must prepare for the worst. The of Sept. 17lh, under the date of Sept. 1st, discloses :
but ROBERT E. LEE the defeated champion -
patriot; sage, it not intrusive. radical leaders boldly] nvow their purpose, iu thai the following important information : ( ;

of eight millions, engaged in a like cause, The committee, therefore, ask to be excused I event, to pllSS a "law" next Inter, over the Prcsl "There H: a great deal of talk about Marshall O. Southorn o, lJllIJOrt J amI( EXDortJ ]

is a traitor. from the further consideration of the same, and dent' veto of course, providing fur the unintcrrupt Ho erls' speculation for a line to the Pacific, via

<.- .-- they herewith respectfully! return the communication ed session of Congress from the 4th of March next Fernandina and Cedar Keys: Fla., and the Isthmus '
The Muskingum river was higher on last Saturday of the Honorable the Secretary State of I of Tehaimtepec." ( 0 :MI? ..r.NY. .
to the 1st of December, so as to have the President
than since the fool of sixty. The the United States. I We have great reasons to believe that work 'I:
great under their control and then to him
: entirely depose .
--'- -- will commence em the road here in I a very short -o- ..'
i Central Ohio Railroad has been broken since We clip the following sad paragraph from the by another "law" and try him by impeachment. ;' time.-Ib. ;

I Wcdensday, and the crops along Licking and Charleston Courier. Will not the ladies of FlorIda This may sound wild! and unreasonable, but it is "To AVuvr BASE USES," & .-1 Ion. Philip Fraser T IBE1UL AD 'AXl'Ei1: LL BE MADE 'OX ALL

Muskinguin! rivers seriously damaged. nevertheless a design that is seriously entertained who holds the office of U. S. Judge for the lj I'loduco fur European Maiket4Oiders ,
t who delight in good works and have already for every tee,crt tlon of Meichaudlsu 01' M.iehinery -
by TJIADEUS STEVENS, BOUTWELL of MassachusettsVESDELL :Northern District of Florida has t
----- done much again come to the rescue? recently disgraced piomptly and judiciously attended to. 't,

; DEATH OE GEX. LEADBEATER. t a private holds, by appearing ns a delegate to the mack
decide Is followed
on the ,
they usually by party.DALLAS.
t }: Sept. 27.-Gen, LEADBEATER, late of the Confederate letter which we have received from the estimablewife and White Disunion conclave at Philadelphia. I

I army, died of apoplexy Clifton, Canada of the distinguished prisoner at Fortress .--- Fred. Douglas, the mugger, was also there, and so Goods, .

West,last night. He belonged Mobile, and Monroe, we learn with inexpressible regret that were O. B Hart, John W. Price, and C. L. Robinson and deliver lime in from ,
same two to three months' time J
his health continues to decline and that the York '
New
-
white
pecuniary Correspondence. men "so-called. A black
,
': left a considerable sum of money and valuable circumstances of his delegate I R.! F. FLOYD, President, Jacksonville.
:: family arc becomingvery from Louisiana to but
ntfriuptecl speak oim
:,,: effects where lie died. embarrassing Nothing I is known to Mrs. E. T P.lXEgcul, Liverpool: '
XEW YORK Sept. 2S, 1906.Editurs ; Speed, (white mum: J) President of the convention, ,
.
.. \ T. a
Davis of the probable future of her huiband, and told him to "dry up." Whereupon the flack ClXXIXlHl..fent., ba anuuh. "'
A The lion. JAMES JOHNSON, the new Collectorof we confess to see little encouragement to hope for fxittlnel: : I presume your lady readers arc delegate di-itd, Fred Douglas however J. T. BERN,VRD, Agent, Tallulu.soc.: ; 11

,. this port, says the Savannah Republican, of his early release. It is now rendered quite probable quite ready by this time, for the fashion items 1 1 a speech," and so did Anna Dickinson, a"spoke white Sept; ] i.6mimN. .___ ; ,)'

',;: [> the 23d, will take formal possession of hii office that his trial for treason will never take promised them some weeks ago; so I will try to sat woman, of strong mind. Black women dill not A, IIARDEE, I Gcu W, VV KIUTLAXD,
place, and there is but little dang to fear from isfy them. speak.-!!>. :bavaiiuah: Ufiugin, I| Late of XoUh Carolina. I,
today. The business ot the office is fully broughtup the "assassination" after the Conover I CLIFFORD A. '. ,
charges
Lute
exposures The fashions arc changing just now, very fast j KIXp, ofncsvvell, Ga.
and the retiring Collector, Mr, \VOODBRIDGE, which have! been recently made. Mean- -0- l i
summer Is giving place to Fall-light cthcrlal gar N"ATX :ro-A.X--- ear
leaves the with the satisfactory assurance ot while the prisoner is dying from confinement, !
post and his family are brought to the of ments to others of more substantial make, but what N A HARBSE & CO ::
verge starvation ,
duties well t I :,
performed. Is lost In lightness and airiness Is quite regained In nv
.. whilst the Government decline to restore r 111nEEn'L\N'' \ SAVINGS\ :
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,, him to liberty and refuses to try him. tin added elegance, the superior attractiveness of COTTON
i
DbATII Sox OK THE Fitted! MLS13TtR. FA-CTORa
OF A ----- -.- -- the materials and; the tout ensemb'e of the Fall cos
AXD
.-A dispatch to the N. Y. Times states that FROM PANAMA.: -The steamer Arizona, from tumes. "Opening dav" came off last Thursday, and TmfSt ..1NUGen'I 1

intelligence has been received there that a son of PtiiiMna, 23d, has arrived at New York) bringing many new and charming articles of dress were pre Oa.233.2DCt30.3T. !

do MONTHOLON, F1'l'ncJIinister: Beuted to the admiring maids and matrons of New Commission '
the Marquis ( ,) one million on<5 hundred and thirty-seven thousand CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. Merchants

an officer of the Imperial Guard of the French and forty-dght dollars in treasure. York ; among them Dresses, Clonks, &c., &c. But
Approved March 8il 1, lytfM. : ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
to be more particular, I will commence with the
Mexico: has been and shot
captured
Army by An act passed the Legislature losing towards .
Bonnets !lleh ore nearly all small, simply crowns, iaunrU Sn.v-.nu.n.n.h, : : :
the Mexican Liberals. separating tho Mate from the General; Govern ] T. HEWITT, Pre I ). L LAMBERT beet). ; Gool'Gin.: .

....-.... : with a rim, some round, some square, some oval, Principal! Office-M CcdJrtreet New York CAmcilcim septltlamFLIITERS" .__. __ _. _.__ __ __.____,
ment. l'ro'-pect of tuce ess:! not encouraging. The some bent to the shape] of the head, when the hair Is Exchange Bank Building)
GE} country' is in n more unsettled and deplorable I arranged en iiiasnc back and front. Tho latest styles T :a: JJJ:!
: REGULAR ARMV,-Gen. SICKLES Las intimated Branch in Tallaliassee
condition than ever before.Business on the coast are larger, ire called the "Talleen," the "Mez/aro\ ," ,
the War his of the IX THE UNION BANK .
to BUILDING
Department acceptance ap- "
the and .
the "Lnmbnllc.
actiro and cotton growing on the increase. A Eugenie"

tr I pohitmenf of 'olonel! in the regular army. He '1 ho "Talleen" Is turquoise blue civet HOUSE
: x return of Spanish Invaders are looked for, with around DEPOSITS of One Dolliir amidupward.rccclied. The
will soon bo inustered out of service on his volunteer perked up brim reminding me of the fronts of liner stfeud will .
and the patriotism of the people has received a safely i on be paid back toiik the depositor
rank, but whether he will retain his present fresh and powerful impulse.REPORIED the bonnets worn fifty years ago, only smaller.- principal and luterct-t, when called for.

command under his new rank, remains to be The crow and curtain are both well defined ; across lutorust allowed on all sum of five dollar and upwards TALLAHASSEE *
.
-- -- which shallhave been on deport fur six mouths FLORIDA, /
determined: TROUBLE Trl\KEY-A the top of the former a wide blonde scarf is passed, previous to the first day of January and July m each ,4j
--I. ---- I WITH bpeeial )'
which
descends low, and on one side of this a pearl \tibuuiu
to the Herald, dated London, Sept. 30th accordauco with the Charter division is This First-Class Hotel .
COLONIZATION OF THE L.\cK8.-The American buckle fastens a email hIte ostrich plume. made of the aurplna each depositor will receive hU chare ,

Colonization\ Society has received applications sajs: In consequence of a difficulty which has Of the "Eugenie"-the brim of which Is smaller of the urplu. in addition toihe regular intercBt i WITH ALL THE MODERN JlPIOYE.IE.TS.IS : ,

from six hundred colored people at the existed for some time past between the U. S. and more round and flaming, something like the intoBa"k, leas thus far beau able to pay flr
South for, passage to the Republic of Liberia, consul at the island Cyprus and the Turkish authorities "Talleen,"-the crown Is rather larger, and the capo All All investments the proflts belong made! to in the United dl'poahori-no States Sccurctlts NOW OPENFor

and the society has asked the New York branch the U. 8. Consul at Constantinople, la cut out like a crescent and set up around it, so as Interested others are the rccqitiou of One+".

to assume one-third the expense in fitting out }Ir. E., S, MOKR'S, has demanded full satisfaction to surmount the chcgnon. If the bonnet Is of dark ern Branches cities, fromBaltimoretoNew have been established in Orleans.nearly all the South J. .Jl'ltiu"iT lV.,

.' ": ', the exp itiQn. The board has the subject under from the Suits n and his Cabinet. Pending velvet, the cape may be lined and with scarlet or any FRANK W. WEBSTER, Acting Cashier. >e['t 1-1 ill_ _.--Piopilitutt.WANTED. .:.-
bright color
R consideration the negotiations which took place, Mr, JIoiuus contrasting ornamented with jet '

s -- .. .... communicated with Admiral Goldnborough and! exclusively, all black bonnets being! considered this APPROVAL' OF TUB PRESIDENT. I' 0 ; %i k !!O

i;; The Pittsburg Convention was a failure, the U. S. ship Tieonderoga, which being off the season highly distinguished. jectsof itime aArr'edmanisaSarImmgs; and and Trust Company "- 1.\.l mind EX1'I:>-f.i.'l to .$16 PEn MONTJI for lIl'nul'men,
The "Mczzaro" Is gJ3to$13or:
named after
the hcad-drcsd chartered at the last Ladies,
' of session ol Con introduce
-rcss: and In iu active cI'er\'whprc. to
attendance other than
from the immediate the
d places port of Venice, was sent to Cyprus operations, I commend it to the COlUmuu Sense Family
the Neapolitan women which It resembles. It has Secretaries of War, Navy amid Sewing Machine. Improved
of that being small. Few a and }reasury for such facilities m purCcctcd. It will hClll fell stitch ,
neighborhood city: ,. reaching the Freedman quilt, bind bnlid,
-- -- [4RlJ!: STEWAKT" front of black lace, bound withnhet and for the Mite" keeping and transmission of and embroider benul1fu1lY-Iu'lce only the '
funds, 20-lj1llklng
s distinguished Generals, were prcscn; as \\ ill be THE nl' oIuD COLLISION is TEXAS.-Official and ornamented with jet and a squat crown public may need, and ne will bo consistent with al tho the paytheabove elastic lock stitch,and dully WUlTI\IIcd fur three years.'e!

,1'' seen by the following! list; Generals BUTLER, despatches from Texas deny the rumors current of scarlet velvet dotted with jet, and surrounded (Shoed scn'lee.) ANDREW JOIIN;OV that amount can WUftC8 DC 1I1:111c, orllcomml:\f.I..r wli HlolI or,CIIIl from on whIch _twice
"
BANKS Cox PALXIEH DEVEXS } with real lace which \\ ahSiujjton D C. May Oth, low; _' "
MCALLISTER 'here of a snngucary collision in that State between full over the chegnon. The Office, No ;SI South Fifdm" 'CrBOWEUS&CO. "

BAULOn.n p(; COLI.IB, HARTRAXFT,GEARY, the fitizcns and military. The rumors are ornaments consist of black real lacy burbts and a APPROVAL OF"TUE COVERXOR.ExecfTivB All letters answered Pron'P yTvthUCirenltthrl'l'! Iud .

; FUUVSVVOHTH and II.uIL1, to have grown out of tho Bienham Ii Iisupposoo bright black head of a bird on the fcido of tile frown, DEPARTMLM, I terms'--. -. al'ptl-1m ....

-,-." -- -- with a white algrettespringing out of Its tail. ', Il: affair which was magnifieel: an importancethe I concur with President Johu.on ? appp ob BLACK .
,
T(1egrunu from Cape Breton to New Found- The "Lumballc" in black lace black velvet, &and Jeci. of the abol'e named Inilllntlon, 1I11d of the SMITHINGp
wonld be
facts in, connection with which could be glad to ,
not I
land state that the galo of the 23d and 24th u'.t! fine Jet U a very good style for Full wear; It is ornamented see Branches established In .Florida
made to \\'arrant.-lI, Deputrh h Fliila, (Signed) 'D, S. WALKER: In lilt of ,J
was of universal severity, sweeping over the wIth handsome Jet chums, or with side"wings" Oov.ofFla.APPROVAL err SSaS,
J.:dgger'. of black which form __ 11.F11 1t'B" .
,
whole Island of New FoundLmd, and prostrating -- ----- a drapery about, the OF undersiimed{ unllcr tho
lace, and are used a* a substitute for veils' THE GENERAL dl'nco of IIEXUy III'Es.Tahhtha.aeoAug slIJlerU;
neither : .
M1 the telegraph wires lilt JUilcs. Ax EXAMPLE FOR THE WHOLE SOUTH.-The I HEAD Qe-ARTEBf. C. S. FoncEj
is FtonmA ,
the
round ELIZ.111ETII FIT'Ja.
Nit: FIELD: arrived at St Johns on the 25th committee of tho Texas House of Representatives small bonueU.veil nor the long veil taking "kindly to the 1 regard: tile objects'ion ht to be attained an, the Nation., S3-tf, O.
Another' --
pretty "Lambnlle" by
from Sped me. having Jett the Terrible and 3Iid- to which' was referred the constitutional very al Freedmen' Saving!'; mtdTrust ;---7--- --"+ l'-.d IF! J
amendment passed by: Congress and forwarded for Full wear U ot white Italian straw, edged with Important Company PM laudable and

way in the straits' of Northumberland engagedin by tile Secretary of Suite has refused to enter black lace and ornamented with a wreath of .' in Ibu SchoolNotice... .'. l

laying.d new cable between New Brunswick bin the question, and 'asked to be excused from small white daisies l mounted on Muck velvet, and t3osthe! ciussw a PiPlsP' 1SSES MARY amid ,,1\" upant'ad

i and Prince EIlw8r\J'.uIJlDl its further consideration. "! having long, slender Jet chains to fall over the eheg. bclui\'fry IIIIIf.JU : :: tOetober.., their.)Ikhool OQ .r.toIIlIUf. tile first day ofnextmouth\ t

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LOCAL DEPARTMENT. by motion harmony, and the and tirnccrdlnga enthusiasm; throughout It is marked gratifying \J. :LIVELY I y. .

.. .. _.. know that Tennessee Is .
to even East !
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See the advertisement of Mr. T. W. SHIM;, Xyho lias milking cITorl to free herself from the domination G. w Scott W G. Poole A. M. Scott. 101MKMD' l S \ !) DETAIL l

lost n Blcevc button. of ttmnloH Ism. I +

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THE SrEAMEii UovciiNOH MARVIS arrived nl St.Marks I DEALEKINTALLAHASSEE "
tll! 6\h'c\'H\ ( \ mct\t\
yesterday nnd leaven for New Oi'lenns) this '

morning.Tun ___. ._ ...__--- __._un. ._ ._. ..... --. v iMy
POOLE & CO.
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LOST.
SouTlinnx EXt'IIRS-We arc i indebted to ,
the gentlemanly Agent of the Southern EXl'I'l'S9Company (ON Tliurnlay) the lh! Inct., one tau!gr noM! Sleeve Million
I tho letters T.W.H.cm-rnved on It. The finder I
Mr. MYERS: for repeated furors will ho lllicrally rewarded by irtmnlmr tho BIIIIIO to ino InTallnhnMoci tneP --
'r, \\'. PIIIXR.OctohpfOtt : I I
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Ac;aNOw'IEDUHF.NT-we are under obligations lo

Mrs 0, A, I.A.Mn, who has, just returned irom New L. L. DEMILLY. '
York with\ her fall and winter stock of 10111 111 cry WHOLESALE fiB RETAIL STORE .


,r goods, for late .I'npcrsIIISuIuU.ITWe- '---, '-- -,. Brass Fon1m and ROlJair a ShOD, -- FLORiDt.----..---

} ; notice Unit Hits most delicious TALLAHASSEE, FLA, c tL1'11ATE: AND ACETATE; 1IrouPnr E'I -
sale by ]M. 'IVET"YOI' _. .. .
: ;
of the tinny tribe 1'1'011OUl' const, arc being -. --

dally brought to thc city In great; quantities, nud ENGINES AND MACHINERY (T; i VM For OPIUM cale;l>y(PRIMR: 'fl'WU'I. : I.IVELl.GUTNISH :.. _
exposed nt the market for snlo.STORMY. ; of nil! kinds pat up and repaired. TALLAHASSEE FLA. --
Ml)o/sn. of various approved brands,
-------s.OrA------ ras Camrt:1n.gsof : : the of JI.[ LIVELY.KEUOSKXi ,
at Drug Store:
furnished order \I __ .. _________..
,-Yesterday was one of those cool, cloudy nny pattern to -
; ': OIL AND LAMPS.
and dreary days, which, at this season, are ominousof Wrought-Iron Piping Supplied. I ) Stoi of M.: LIVELY._
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equinoctial Rales. The wind was high nil day, IRON CASTINGSfrom ------- -- ------ LINSEED OIL, '

with occasional light rains, causing our citizens to I, 5 to 73: pound In weight amrul'hed. __ _sale at_the Drug Storo of ___, ;Jt. LIVELY.
make their appearance on the streets more warmly t'HE BOILED LrxsEEifoiL
Terms Cash on Delivery of Work. ]} IEnglM'
clad than Is usual tit this time of year, Shop!: on the south 'ildc of the trcct li'ndlni out to the LABG B _. _*:'lLr.,wda- nt the_Drag. _Store.: of, _' ._ ]M.._LIVELY.1JITU3 ._

--'-'" Collt'jre.J:. .__ ._. _..... net 0-nt SPIRITS TURPENTINE) ,
COOl. DECIDEDLY!-Tho Columbus Sun of a into .--- --nt--the..._Ding--Store--of. ---;M-, LIVELY.WHITE --.

data says that n written notice Is posted on the entrance Tallahassee String Band \ LEAD, Xo. 1 Extra and Pure, "
of the Court House, which states that a .__._ _sale. nt. .the_'_ .DrusjStom!:'.!. t of..:. ___;XI. LIVELY, ..

pocketbook has been found on the Stnte Iload. The spills Excellent;: I3ind of Colored MuHlclims; re- GREEN. Pale PAINTS. at the' ,Drugstera Ironed_ Dry of and. In 011;M., LIVELY.M. ._.
writer adds that if the owner will advertise the fact JUFjicctfully) Inform the public that they are now | Stock of (Goods of Sort ---- ---
e Every
prep.irc'd to furnish the best music for Dances, Pic.\\! 'I"IlE PAINTS: for Aillsta1 u"e,
in the Columbus papers, describe the book and offer :Nle, &0., on reasonable term". ._ 'milo bL. __._____ LIVELY
n reward for Its rcovery ho can obtain his propertyand _.Alipl.v.at_time Darker Shop of J. ?f. 1'IlIn'-IOII, net l-j| I It PSOM SALTS) a lurge: cnpply' ,

no questions will be asked. This I is decidedly .For_ sale' ] nt. the 1 !hrmt7;.Store .of ;M. LIVELY._

cool, but will give the finder '1nd the newspaperssome Long Pond Mill. ENOLNII:: COPPE11A8, by the pound or barrel,

funds and the owner his property Ie nt the I UrusjHlorool..! I !... ._ M. LIVELY

---.-.-. --- r '1rt undersigned tube this method of Informing hlJL EVER lidOUAll'L1! { ( THIS MAUKE''III011 'f1 1)LVE STONE: ;: )' the Click, barrel, pound or ounce,
IrlcncU and\ the nubile generally, that ho Is now )prepared _.>_ For Pale nl the l>"(3.Store of __... .:M.. LIVELY.ROYAL ,._.
OFFICIAL HETunxs-The following arc the oQi- to Tarnish Liimocr of Uie best quality at choi't notice
clal returns of Leon county for Representative: in and ou nR reasonable term as iuiy mill In the State TUKKIMI TOWELS
JIv; ;\111I1. located 13 miles due east of Tallnhapsvc, nnd nc., nt I ho Drugstore_._ ___M__LIVELY.RHODES1 _
the General Assembly, which have been kindly burnished 3 mile north of Station No. 2, Pen. nnd On I!. H,

ua by WESTCOTT: -oct 11nF-. --- -. ----,-;Jf.-HUNKER.: \\ WE UFFElt MERoll:\ 1\N'I'S, ,I'J.AN'J'HltS OTHERS I c FEVBIt nt..t the_ ;[Drug AND)Store.AGUE_of. C'l'RE_ JI. LIVELY.OSGOOD'S _

PRECINCTS, D.\YlS riSUEIt.: WLSTCOTT.:: '" INDIA C1IOLAGOGCE: (Geiiuluc),
Centrc\"llle.... ..... 27 2 8 FALL AND WINTER GOODS ...! nt the: Drug Storo (If' ): I. LIVELY. _

Tallahassee.. .. ... 20 :35:: 118 AT) THEFASHIONABLE cIIALLENBEROEwS FEVER AND AGUE PILL ,
7_ For.sale.. !at. the Drug. :More:! of : __ _)!:..LIVELY.CALOMEL .
'
neeosukle. .. .. 47 00 3 MILLINERY -

Plank Rond... ... 00 00 G AND AT' THE LOWEST GASH$ PRICES C ..... ; '.! .RC&CI1LIVATKD.!! the\ Drug' Store)t ,of __ JI. LIVELY. .

1IImoulll, .,, .. 7 00 00 OLD POUT WISE, of Piipeilmn.uallly, for medical pur-) -

n; Sll\tlon No.1.. ,.. 2 00 10 DrBSS rdakor's Establishlllont formiloliy! ._ _n _____ JI. LIVELY.S' ._.
YO\1ng's.. .. .... .. 11 00 e I)1IY \ POCKET CASES! ,ImnuHomclv filledlt\ ,
OF Vials, for "iik>!by JI. LIVELY.
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Total .. .. .. 11-1 or 151: .JIn:". G A. LAMB, .---- -.-.- --- -- -. COD LIVER OIL, Il.t/urd & Caswell mind Pubbhtoi n

-.--. OPPOSITE A. HOPI (For tho Sentinel.) SEWING-MACHINE: ; OIL, u"l'L1lol'uiriino"iiiiiu.1iluotv,
LAMB; informs the Indies of Talla- a I Storeor I JI.I
reopcctftilly _. : |) LIVELY
I "TJ ACUIN ivr. 'rilEVIII'I'IS.: ." :Mew York. city mid w vicinity Ith a !cciieml that eho aswoi has tmcnt Jest of returned goods In from her Our Wholesale and Retail Departments are Separate \'TihIh'E-WASlilllcusIGSuiit.izus, \ ,

EDITOR SENTINEL : In reply to R.'s article which lino of business, comnilxlng the latest styles' of '. _*. _Fur Pale!:! _the Druif! Store:. of__ JI.--LIVES Y. "

", appeared in the Floridian of the 5th inst. I will simply Dress Trimmings, Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, &c, ri-OOTK_L__For:sale BRUSHES ut the}Drugstore!:+ahuenssoluleut. : of JI... LIVELY.. :
say that he certainly could not have read the article i -
which, for style, elegance, and riclmeug. it not 6"l'pu.-cLl JOHN ,
.- CASNELL t; (0", LONDON:
he refers to for who has rend i '
:} certainly any one by nllylhing lu time city. ---------- --- --'-
: it could understand it, if he has common sense or All kinds of work In her line done promptly, i omlI'llI'.
ranted' 10 III oct 2-tl' HAIR
brains at all. I did either Insinuation BRUSHES
any no injustice by ------- -----------------

'..' or open assertion to the ladies engaged in Administrator's Sale.I We arc ,lust Receiving our\ Stock I;;: 01I PKK-KMIXKNTJ.Y: : EXCEl LING AUOTHKHS.Tup : .
teaching. 2nd. I did not say that an abolition hymn I
-o leckler.ita which render, (hem
' bad been sung in the church, nor did I say that there ''- of an order' from the lion, K. I.. '1'. Bliike- Brimshinu"e. Alllioii'h[ liiaii the must iieilurt
I ( 1'0'"cd> tiii'U'dililodfant-iii"<
Judge of Probate for the of Leon, State of Florl1\
Northern ladies the teachers who comity liowci' jot It does not pioclucc the Fll-lio( irrltntionntliobklnof ;'
were were
among dn, I will sell at pnMic unction, nt the court house In Tallahassee the hend, which
". disposed- infuse radical politics Into the minds of on tho drat Monday November licit I, to the I even pit'inntiire hi n 1 dot''i s, "ooltcn piodiiccsd-UKlriill) < \; and!
bidder, the south-cast of time nnitli-uppt
the colored people I defy nny one who 1 has common highest quarter of section 10, township quarter 1, north of inngol, west; ALL AND WINTER GOODS .'011 KAMI( 111:
sense to read the article and point out any buchexpression t limo sonth-west quarter ol'the Bonth-n'est quarter, tin1 northeast
quarter ot time south-west quarter, nud the nortli-we J.\IX. LX"VELY.
the above. Here is what 1 said I
: as give
of section 13 In
quarter of the south-cunt quarter township ,
verbatim.. "When we expect to have among us 1, north of range 2, west ; conhilninjr about one hundred Jun. 12 tr ___ ___ ._ __
and clxty (lliW acres. Also lot Xo. IT, in the original plan
Northern ladies and of the above
gentlemen men of the city, nnd lot :Xo.0/, In the noith-wcst addition ol the GENERAL
: tioned stripe (fl which R. will see Is tho radical stripe, city of Tnlahns! belonging to the eslnto of Joseph William And have in Store. :
late 01'ollid deceased. To be sold for half
if be will read the article) who will instill :Miss Politics *) county months credit.
cash, the other half six
,: into their youthful minds, fcc.," meaning of OJ.UWUWENK: Insurance
act !211'111Adm'l' de bunts nnu estnte Jos..Wllliam. >. Agency
course that these things were i-i expectancy and
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\F':'" consequently were to toke place In future. Now S. S. MILLER I Delaines ami Goods All Kinds
Co1icoos Dress of
R. in desiring to protect the Indies to whom lie very $ Poplins p pC s ), Jvi ks taken the
:>
e': wrongly and without cause thought I I'Crl'rrcchils\ In\I.F.IIIS: t t' ,'" : by) following FIR:,',

admitted that they were of the radical tripe, fur V.A.J..N'UT: .;," : CL.VS
> Companies' < Los-
: against
: <
radical stripe were the express words I used. I .

, 1 think 1{. does the ladles gross injustice admitting Maliogony! & Pine Furniture I \)\ l1C\\l'\l\ \\\. :.\\ 'S, : 01' Damage by15V .
such thing.. Now I do not think they are of the i i t
:
I \)" \\\}\\, \) 01\llb\1CS ; .
radical stripe. I have tho highest respect for them I'UENLII AN) COTTAUK CHAMI5KU SETTS {; ,

and did not mean in my ]mist artklo to i reflect upon -\1'U- 13011C\.v11V', ,' FI E
....'
them. But their friend H. has made uu ful admissions :
:,aQIKr't< ( 6UASSES.[
\\\t.v..O'i ,
for them by his blundering construction of > ,

simple sentences. The Lord deliver me from such MATTRESSES J) :ADE TO ORDER. 'Kj'b'i TIIK
> ,
friends I will say in conclusion that if the llisbop Gnlt'State Insurance Tallahassee;
did invite the colored people, to the church he did No. 1 117 Bl'oughtoll.Stl'l'd, 1 Ct1SS1\\1C\ ,
not intend that should sit in U Tit IloiiieliKiirancoCo.I '
f they every I'elnull ) : Columbus
I SAVANNAH, GA. ,\oI \\\.';'. ,
spit tobacco juice all over the l'lJurc1101' did lie

intend that they should mix with the -while child sept 21-\\Cm _______w_ __ ,. ",f (JIf 1I:kita 3 'r il V\l\\\\\. \o:. \\\ ''o\\wo ti 1i : Home Insurance( Co., : : Savannah.-]
: ron I am not opposed to teaching them, but as L, C TEBEAU.[ W. S. PlliLL1I'a.TEBEAU .A .,.. ; J J. 'jI it d' I'r! >J "

our gotid old Bishop is fast sinking to his cold and\ i\ I i \ \'Oo1). \\..\.\\\:. Southern] Ins.: & Trust: (Jo., do '
& PHILLIPS
m silent grave, and cannot attend to it as he formerly \\ltb 1) \\.\.\\\.':'. Empire State Iiis.: (Co.
: : Augusta.Home
I .;,. did, I think for that und the further reason that \\110Ic8nlc and Ket.il! Dealers lu ., ,, .,
they have churches ot their own where those disposed \\l\\\\. \.\\.':'.\:.\\R Insurance: Co., : : : Kufanla.JefltT.son .

to teach them can go, it ought to bo stopped, .,,, "VVuvvxIn .' '
B'lOISSHlES;( ( n. \ \\\ :'. \\o:. .
and if it Is not there trill bo as I said In my ]knot, great \ ,, Insurance Co., : \Tirginia.James :

trouble I hope the vestry trill, \ notice It Immediately
and let there be no more newspaper correspondence Hats8 Tri nkse, 0tut' Valfses([ : River 11l"1I1'1l1lt.00., ., do

" ', about---4-! It. --- HORACE. Xotth-Eaet CORNER: nt'LL AND BEOt'GllTOX !StieatH: fact, a 'Jal'gJlud Coiujilete] Stock of ITome Insurance\ Co., : : New York.Underwriters' .

",
Two Dutchmen, who built and used in common SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Association
do ,
.. small bridge over ti stream which ran : ,
through ''heir farm, had (i dispute concerning \\'r.; in\lto tho attention of
",} some repairs which it required, and one of them : \ Florld.i rinnlci's to mauts our and .."B Domestic Goods of all Sorts Home I Insurance!.: \ Co., Ke\v Haven.:, '"
\ positively refused to bear any portion of the ex ;<<;. Putnam
Insurance Co. '
!
''4 to the purchase of a l few planks. L.A. GrE : \ : : IItlrtf() 'tl.

i
--"j':;, lawyer, and, placing ten dollars in his hand, Stock ___________ u___ Co. NewIt'iUl"\
; said : ,
"I'll give you all dish if you'll make
moneys MARINE
Ami would reciicctfully ask them to
Hans do justice mil do pridgo. ,
"' "How much will it cost to repair it?" asked the ip -
, i, ,t''' honest lawyer Eiaiine our stock before Buying Elsewhere, V tllfl Sf1 cG @A W : AND
"Not more ash five tollar," replied the Dutch-
., As we arc di'terinlncd to Bell at the INLAND Xl\NAVIGATION
;i man ; ;

"Very well," said the lawyer, pocketing one of ::c..O'"QVEST E..A.TESntloll BY THE: "

''-. the notes und giving him the other; "take this .\ the V\l\\\\. ll1\l\\l\ll\ )llCO\\l'tSt \'\\1111\111\11'\\ll'll\' 1L \'b'b "I0
,
and go get the bridge repaired ; 'tis the ]best
course you can take." MOST:; REASONABLE TERMS. f 111Y\c o\\5, -\;\\"\:.\,, l\\\\\W\C'b, hill'] State Insurance\ Company. ,
"Yeah," said the Dutchman slowly, "yeah, da.tUh *
more better ash to quarrel mil Hans; ;" but as _sept- _S0-e\->-!!'_ __. ...__ ___ L\\\\\\. l\\\\W\\ -\\ \\"\\.\" :t.\ 1PSs\1111\ l\\\\ V s11.b1 O1t1CYCl'Sllcc ", (reorgia Home Insurance do'?:"?. ?
he went along home he shook his head /frequently I'
as if unable, after all, to see quito clearly holY Wakulla Sheriff's' Sales. if 5ctts' I II O\\l\\ 't11 1Glt }s, Se. Sam Knfaiila] Home.\ Insurance do- r" ,

he had gained nay thing by going to law. '
Iii' -'-'--- 1)Y virluo of an execution lsuml fl'ol1Iho Clerk' olllcc '; ., { ;' \' Underwriters'( ] : Association.National i : '1" : ,
U of the Circuit Court nl' Wnkullii county, and to mo
A Bti.vuTiKCL. KITTEN.-The Darlington (W1:;,) directed, wherein Alfred K. Ilurvuy,'Executor, Uplnlutltl' ,
Democrat relates the following very probable and Urcer M. Sutton in ilcfcmlaut, 1 luivo levied upon and CLOAliS TtIilN'rOLLilS SHAWLS Insurance.\Company. J,'
I : "While of business will offer for sale, before the Joint: Hotuo door at Criuv- ,
story one our men was taking fOl'lls\'lllu\ on time first Monday in Noveniberuoxt, nithiii I /"
n quiet walk last Sunday near the fairgrounds, the umiul lioiirs of sale, the following to-\vit: LIFE POLICIES 1I'
he discovered 1\ beautiful I striped black kitten in Section 2:1, township 4, riiuga 2, south! und west, six : ':
his path. Ho at once endeavored to make its bundrudanti oily (l>lll) iicrci;; and limo aoatto-westgnnrter I BY TIIKKnickerbocker ,.1' '
section 'Jii. and eouth-cuut iiuarter of section 30, and tho :::E3a"ts: an.d.: CE1. ; !
.,, acquaintance: and had succeeded: in getting hold north half of eoctlan 81, tommhlp[ 2, rnngo 1, south nmt\ I ''.'
i of it vhenlie suddenly changed his mind nnd east, six liiindred nnd forty ((114(1)'( ) acres ; und the south- I Life Insurance Co.t' ,"'
.. came to the conclusion he wouldn't. The! kit. went quarter of section l, township 3, rango 1, south nud'
vast, oiio huudicd and sixty (UK)) acre Containing lu all'I r-
:: ten went Its way and tho citizen started for homo, l,4UJncro/ upon hich there urn valuable Improvement i ,!,-) 1 r--- :'Tl' -- OF NEW YO11K. ,' '
, Every one he passed held his nose, and men, wo- Also forty (lu) head of ciittlo. two (2)) undue,one(1)mare I 'J' ,[
men and children fled from him as; thr.ugh ho und colt, two I I'ii) wutroim, mid sixteen (mitt) head of !more.
J.o\'led on ns the properly" of Ireer M. Sutton,and to be I, lI had tho cholera. :: or 1'crwmnl IU-.H
On Monday morning there was told to eutlffy\ mild txenuioii und cost, this the Slili day ul' To ill'l'in.ill a few ilayis, Groceries, Hard and Cutlery, \\\llIlluml !
,
'new-made grave1 near his residence, in which September, 18CU. A. HALL\ jury, bv the .' ," ,' t
was dCjlositedlsuit! of 'store clothes.' We understand beptiT-wliu" Kln-rlil'I Wakiilja 1 County WillowVnre, Iron, Boots$ and Shoes: Clothing, :Notion*, Crockery and 'j, h fTraveler's '

kittens. he says he line no further curiosity about I JULIAN BUTTON I Gla:;s Ware, and( everything to make up a complete! *-tock, all\\ of which Insurance. Company; I"I;," .

------.-. .-. I DKALEll: IN I t ,/ OF JIAUTFORl. ",**"'..fth
E.\b'l' 'I ."\ ESSEE--TI1Cl'O\1'asa: grand rally '- J. ,
-- I :\ .t' 1J"II'f.J'"
J of tho conservative masses at Knox villa on the I Boots Shoes and Leather i u ''\ luf OIIJ I } 0'Vill U I .tt. tltttJtt

1 9th null 20th. it is said to have been the largest i'| :MVint \ low for Cash ,'! .'.': ,I ii"un 'Pulleic'in' lilY ufthapbmiYU't Q oiiapDunes, apt:,! HI
politicnl gathering ever assembled in that end of I ias TAUAHASSUH, FLA ; : '1.1) to \IIHlurb4'ncI' mt the 01\11'0\ of th I.d,, '
the State. Itmolutions I 1' of the State Hunk-, \1 I 'l I HUU' STAn, 1NUlAN 'E ) ,'.\ ) ln' Tall --
endorsing the Philadelphia Door North ," '" lnbussee! I' I" II" t7 '} .,"tilt r rl'l I faug
I white ){eu'/I/: Convention were adopted by ncclaI!I m'ai'0-ly l'lt) C-lin ',', If 1 11-ti:] N J. c. LEWIS,'' i,






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BY SHOBER. & OLIVER.- -. ., IN TIlE MONROE BUILDING", PRATORIUS & OLARK, 't
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Tallahassee

;I, MERCHANT TAILORS H
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c&raL: : FLORIDA SENTINEL JACOB BU RKHIM ,

4 :Lv.I:01ool1nu.: : 't TnJ.101", TALLAHASSEE, FLA

----- '- -'= AND DEALER IREADY
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!SnltmlnjOctober C, 1800. : .
Tulluhu..t" i'r* 1ADE CLOTHING '
are now recoiling n flnc n "oi tment of I'lothi", l at-
"TE
-,- -- '. 7 I Blmorp Vesting, linen Goods Clothing and Furnishing : ,.
GeT Annll:". ) o00d!", conslptlnir, In purl, of the following:
; r.vr.u MAMMOTHESTABLISHMENT. .
snori.D .
trov .
*S( ji t i&J WK rift* ..' Fun MEN: YO 1'H'i'D I10YS. Fine Ick1110 and I Hro, n lirondcloths; .
h \
If von phould e'er get nmrrtod, John, :" J :mack Doc'kin.Kuncy spring Cnssimcrci;
(I'll tell you what to do- I' Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Bluo Flnnncla, lilnck Drap'd I Etc; .
Go get II little tenement, SYLVAN SHORE I Black nnd Colored Italian Cloths
r Ju.t big enough for two I HATS:! CAPS &c. : White, Colored and Fancy Linen\ Ducks:
for : While Colored and Linen
And one parfl room ronl/an1/ Fancy Drilling ;
And one pam hell ,,' I Black and l Drown Silk Mixed Coating;
And tr von'd begin love's life aright, CAPT. JAMES TUCKER.riMU" Also, constantly on hand l, n variety of I II Fancy and White MnrfPlllcf;;
\:ou'd(\better thin ''''tllIll. I Black' Silk Vclx-lnmlSilkVectliiKf; "
(b White, Drown and Iluir Linen Shirts .
J niKKGK BROAD iLOTU ;
In And fnnntnro let the, bo Muffed mo ;
One looking d Ia'p will do ror both. I Silk Mixed and Fancy Cassimercs Tine Cotton and Gmizc :Merino! VnrlcrchlrlR ;
0"I..1f Rnd lovln! ?male; ,
;
Duo Linen. Fine Jeans
other (* Steamer, imrchaKod nurt fitted for the ; .. ;
and thlnffiCW
And nm'selo,too :: lip cxnrivKly
Cotton Flannel nnd Jlerino _
I luclilo route m-tworn rARSElLLES, DRILLS UndcnhliT ;
hlch make a flue appearance P.ivnnnih nod Florida; lcc : I
Lisle Thread Berlin Kid
nnd Glove
If von can bettor afford, they clvwn\lllo\ EVERY 'I'll U 18IJ.iIGirr after arrival ; I
Will better look a year hence of thd train fk-oin Tnll.ihnesco and arrives nt .iMinnnh on And n General Afsortracnt of the Finest llandkerchlefr. Black ami Fancy Silk Ties and Cravat: f
A1'U1D.MOUL'U:' In time to connect with New ::In8IJCII 1 Some think they mu.t hate fICl\lr"\;' John. Ynrkctcamcra.' ..
Snperh and co.tly.too, IHmrnReni by nail Rond can pi un hoard Immediately VESTINGS I ALSO A TINE LOT OP
Your wife will\ bo :a picture, John, Upon arrIval Rt:Jacksonville without/Roliigto a hotel. .
Let that suffice fur yon. K. miiULU, : :MEN! YOUTHS:: AND BOY8' .
Ri>m inber" how the vlpo nun Mid., Agent :at iT ck. iiiIllc.\ LINEN ca-opus ,
A teuland love within It. \GIIOllX & CUNMNGIIAM, &:c. Av Ac &:e. &c.: SPRINGANDSUMMERnich
better than a splendid houje, J Jim 1-tf Agents at Savannah. I
With bickerings v'ry minute. -may-22-6m _ _- _

And one word M to fooklne, John- I ARTIFICIALiRVISitND : -.
Your wife can do that he.t .,
Foroe\ to make thobl-ouiii rln"N THE CITY HOTEL I \ nich 87-lf! .
I hotter far than yeast.: LEGS
No matter If each day' you don'tllrlnif \
turkey thtf table; .. ID cuuntcUuii: with the hcw' .paper, vcl&ve Just fitted np i 1. 11. HAXDEK":ON. C. K. WILKIXSOX.

'Twill Ix-ttor relish! by and, by, I I ... .. .. .... ......... .. ...... ........ ..... .
When yon ro be:let able. 01TOSITE!' THE t.U'ITOL.TALLAHASSEE. AN ANATOMICAL

For all yon buy 1 jmy niiincy. John. Bull and kut-Jointod Leg, with Side :Motion! Bt the
4 Money Hint CM'ry day- FLORIDA AnklelIko the Xatnral One and aLIPELIKEELASTIOITYI SANDERSON & WILKINSON
If voti would have your flu rim smooth .. ,
There Is no bettor av. Tin noT C4)MPLETES; I
A note to pay l I-/IU ugly thin:.
chooo to call It.) BY J. L. McGUFFlN. -
\ thing you WHOLESALE:: DEALERS IN i
When It hung o'er a man "ho hi INVENTED BY A SURGEONt :
,
:'o money in hi* wallet. "
E: l'ropriek r ol till*Hotel intorin the public generally
And now when yo:I uro married John.Iout 'r"11 tm\oler In particular that he flillc\\ ..and hold* THREE PATENTS IN ARMS I I
the rich
try to npo ; forth at the shove platen* of old! To his frl.tIInnd] ne-

It To took jjlin many their a toll envied\ -omo niche war,; miilnt.mLO.. It I I. iieoilkps to .'ay anything nunld'': ; lint to allfrie.d j I New Orleans, La.. Xo. 77 Carondolct Mrcct.j I Hrness &
he that .
v ( : acqiinliit.inccsniidFtrniiciTS.I tav JOB OFFICE 01'r ICES Saaalery.
And i if you'd Riln the summit, John hcrontinne>to nirnUh the licit' accommodations, nud fare -j Augusta, Ua., next door to the PostOfllce.
Look wall to beginning I
your ; the city alTiucN. Mivil,' will l ht fnnii"hed' at any hour to
all win
And then will\ : \on repay DOUGLAS ELY M. D.
: .
The care and toll of vinning. suit Ih tm'eler There is a I

-., _iA .- Surgeon and Anatomist.iST .

SomiERX CIXYF.XTIOS.The Memphis[ PINE BAR ROOM Addices Dr. Ely,nt_nearest Office. July Slflniisrou'icit. UNDER ST. ANDREWS II \LL, ;

.\l'peall'"oposCiConwulion: of the people of .
S
ro:
the South by duty clect.'(l fl.I'-Olit's, to meet at att'iched foUie Hotel.where the lie.t I.lqilors c'u be found. '1-s
some central point and qualified Viy an immediate The motto of thl" howl i 10 a. It ha* amajs licetiVe IN THE STATE. PL.A..NTEB.aWANTING BROUCHTON STREET
commission: from the people to express their i>_tri\etoplea.:'. -e. June 21:!!

vntimeut* and vindicate their policy uud purposos SOHOOLS.

by tho from traveling tlw foul adventurers n"prisjons, heaped hailing upon irom them this n IIEOII E 0 H B Iii L\l "IL12EI' R n 111P\ P' II I 1.\of\"tXG Public BEEN frcliools APPOINTED for Freedmen:_ MTERIXTEXDEVr In the : SA Y AXX AIl, GA. j

section, and now 01l'ilgrimlge: : through the \\'t hara gone to great ex cnsc to procnro :Olllte Florida, In the place of L :?!r. Hohbs, may 8-tf ___ _ _ -. I,
Northern States, .awakening by their slanders persona wishing Teacucrs, and Tcacbrnishini -

and laKi'hcxWU: the most intense animosity against I Iu 1)ublbltl',1..i\1! :7'Iacoii Georgia, ; Schools,will addre me through the '
Pot Ofllce and when prc8ent. will find me fit
:!. The Appeal saysVemut submit to inconveniences 1 the Methodist Parsonage! in this city. SADDLE )
DAILY AND WEEKLY: 11 I ,
nnd expend. It is a duty we owe E B. DUNCAX,

to our country and to our destiny. A Convention JAMES H. 8 'EEDXD SAMUEL UOYKIN, may 3-tf ___ _Superintendent.
of the R"epre!'eatatives of this people filrlyt ... HARNESS AND CARRIAGE ;
by the poople should bo held-ai R'I(h. EDITORS. NEW TYPES THE Fr.OHIDA. ".

mond. or MemphU, or elsewhere as may bo de- '1.E .
Term of Mil> ('rlt'tlon : ] Ca.A.N"GEOX : ::
tcrmi..ed, to,express, in unmistakable: language, ESTABLISHMENT.
.. .. .. .. ...*1J
the :Southern: feeling and determination-avowing Daily edition, per annum 00 TilE CORNER OF MONROE STnEET.orro.lTE .

the great piinciplesot government which Weekly edition, per annum.. .. .. .. 4 00 .

the pcopTo are ready tl' support, and presentingtheir Subscription rcralM.il for the Dally for loss thnn a Tnr CAPITOL. T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSOHTMEXT
of year ._ J. of Goods, ofGentlemen's .
their con.t.ml' coneiMinx
cUims to representation: language at the tame rate. lo "- --J- "-
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OWIThe delegate should be elected-not npixnnted. The new proprietors of the TELEGRAPH are reachedtospareno Of the Latest' Dectgna; IV.III1Plled .. :, .-..-. .. ;<. \'''
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labor. or expense to inako it tho I.KAIMMI wfththeveryfound. ; .. urI"IST and Ladies' :iMiddlcs,
would then come directly from -'' ''''OP..r '''"N:5. ;'
They paperoflhe Suite II not of the South. In addition to its ; Fine Double and sinala, Harne,
:'t.
the people, and their declarations: would have reiular corps ElitoN-wbo are men of much experience L i Q u on s fif Bridles, Collars and Whips, f
the consistency aud force which would be paramount well and f.u'or.ibly known in the oulh-we have that eau b>' ., ; Saddle Cloths,
that has given assurance <.'f employed able correspondents at most of the leading Shoe Findinss of every description.
to
any yet poluU'orlntercolouch \Vitehtngton, New York, I'ari, Leather of all kinds, .
Southern Union feeling. Liverpool. &c. ICE will be kept on hand every day daring the summer, Traveling Sntchels and Trunks, *
\Ve make the suggestion under the full belielthat l.a'n'o J'l'\TI-l-The: leading: feature in the TEL New Power Press and c,cry refreshment provide\ that can be found in any Saddle and Harness Hardware, ',
I the tide which is EGHVV1I will belts\ devotion! to the right interest'andfeelniiTS tlmilare-tfcbli'hmentlu the south. Carriage TnmmiupWason ", .
nothing caw stay corrupt .of Georgia! and her ftleken sMer Mates: we In our RE.VDIXG ROOM will Le found a select li-t of and Buy! Hubs,
hearing the Government to destruction, without nonld lift them up from the '.ille\ of humili:uion. exhort lite Newspaper. from cup.irt of the country North Hiij-Ty shafts siwkes and Ethic,
Ihe interposition of some friendly Providence, thorn to a forsetfulness of the i but it is our duty to leave nothiug on our part nerve their arm for the ardnou' struggea! ;:) of the future.CoMMCncm. TIIEL.UtGE AND COMFORTABLE BILLIARD SA
DEl'AIITV&"T.-The commercial LOON, up tUiirwill proc a plc.ujut place of retort to
tmdoll ;./ :The; people of the whole :South hoiU: of tho TELEOUAPH! will\ receive special attention.department those who indulge In the gumc. CARRIAGES AND J3UGQIIS

speak through 1\ Convention of delegates, (to tho DiilT: rcpoit" will be ,'.l\en t'fall the 1 leading mnrkctt of jna\ S-j-tf_ w A. NOWLIN. 1
number x>f Congressional: Districts, or even more the enl'u. toi ethcmitha full weekly review of the total Manufactured expressly for us by it Co., of every(dcscriptiun.
mArket. while. 011 the arrl al of every >teanier European, foe JlachineBeltini;. ,
'
numerous) elected by the people their expenses political and cownerclal aceonnts wl} be plven. In this P, B, BEOKAW'S' vVork made to order and leiuirinj; done with diepatch. -
defrayed by the people and tho Injustice they re pect we hone lo offer nch advantages as will make the .
have sustained at the hands of Northern demagogues :\- Telegraph an ludi pen.ible Ifitor\ to the counting room Agent \\heeUr & WtlMjn'e and Uouc's !SEWING
and Southern fanatics. It might avail ofevcry merchant and tradcMiianEducation Livery and Sale Stable MAChINES.Oct : '
I, Agriculture and 1 the Mechanic Art" will be M-tf J. E. I'URDY.
and: in the thought, vague though it be, 'it might, fostered us the true. source of 'II!| \.itionnland' IniUvldual -

-we think such\ a Convention. iOi shotild.be held." I prosperity NEW JOB PRESS :" TALLAHASSEE, FLA."TAGOXS. M G, EHRLICH ,

Some of those who call themselves "loyal"Union THE WEEli.LTELEtHtUII.: ,

men in the South could hardly bear to Tho Proprietor take special 1 pride in preecntiuff their Buggies. Car- WHOLESALE DEALtll IS
have their antecedents inquired into. One of the WEEKLY EDITION to the public. It contain elchtpsicb Ilaruess aJwa '8 1::' I
of\Fifty.aix: (Column almost exclusively of reading on hand and for sale. Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods ''
of Seccs- '
tribe in Xl'Orleans was a member a ,
J matter, and in point of t>po raphy ond general appearance I II .
,ion Vigilance Committee lormed to ixpel: Union IS without a rival at the south Specimen umubcn I TRIMMING LACES "
SILKS AND:
men from tlmt city, and who threatened lo hang cent by mall to all :lpllIcant.dllre.s all communication Maauketored to order by George P. Gordon New York, WHITE GOODS,

lion. B. F. Flanders and \\"ou1.ha.o done so on buslnct; to W .\. REID .\: CO., .EDGAU. L. GUEH,Vltl)' BENJiMIV B. m".1 ('ouellllltlr! on hand a large asoitmentTKIiniED

Lad not some honorable gentlemen 'who were __ ,!!?Bl.! -if. ._______ __ _Proprietors :M! :icon. Ga.
opposed to that gentlemen's Views at tho time I AMJ CJJTJSDIJIEn
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helped him to heave (or the North. These Secession GTJERAED & FEEEILL

Union Vigilance men follows Loyal"now I forsooth tarn up They ns "IOPll"were THE QUTHRN N GAN! 1 The Very Finest Inks I i.: Hats,Caps, Every Bonnets description& Straw of Goods.

UCVJ.T loyal to anything except office aud itsph1S '

f and never will be. It is such cattle that BAINBRIDCE GEORGIA.K Cotton Factors FANCY AND LADIES' GOODS ,
are now abusing Presided Johnson and shrieking .11

for negro suffrage because they suppoi-e that Dr. v. It. TTOOJCKU: 1ilitor.:: .A.T VVt OIS.&I..D.
if the negroes could vote they could looltheininto Tk O. A. TA.r>RIOJv, 'Ppojnnetor.

putting; them into N1 cl.. In the vocabulary Of all Colon. adtV Country Milliner Sappllcd-Order.Promptly Attended to ,
I P.\1'ER cls'j'Jahed lu 1S5T,1 and has the circulation AXD
largest
of these excessively: '"loyal" (?) persons, "equ\lil.}' ''J.\ in !tHinth-Weeteru;; Uooreia. ." "' '
before: the law: ," "eternal justice," "inalienable The tfeorsr.an. beln: devoted particularly to the iuter- UNDER ST. ANDREWS' HALL, .
,I rights," and"principle" all mean-plunder.TlIE cuts of :southern and sonthOften; Georgia," la an General] Commission Merchants :
., "XC'UUDtd'ertl lur; )Medium and U commended to Jef: :orson. '
: S1ireC1i-
Un"iue":Men! evcrrWhere- I ,
COXFEDhRATE DE.DT SmiXn.-ll istated :at! ?. JOHN A ultras Is the General Traveling A ent BaStu'et .
that Mrs. A. )L Meeker. "t f Atlanta, has of The GEOIGUanl will receive :Subscriptions and : : varJioo \ \1t 1.- -, Savannah, Ga. ONE: DOUU FlOM.B OVGIITOX,
Adv'f filaments.and all contracts made for n*by him w ill .
.j inaugurated a plan to purchase a poaf.ou of the be complied with. SAVAxxAir. GA.' -

battle ground at Shiloh for the interment of the "YIT1LL fell on COJ11 ll;iou. (Cotton Timber Produce may lo-If
lamented General .\. SidneJohnson and his TJM'X OK rB.CIUrQN. : ami Merchandise. ConsIgnments solicited. When -. ---- ,- ,
gallant soldiers. Through the noble exertion, of CaeCOP1CD! : ydAt'....Zliaccopy .! I"" W >>f; DiJ2amoWhlcb desired, Liv,we will ship Won to our friends in New York .
it..i:1Adeeflisements : <'TOoJ, making liberal advances .
this lady, the success 01 the undertaking is far xii.niomti.Nj'V, ::.I. : : 60 i? on the me. BARNETT&CO :,;
nublei u. to do In the ccatett manner ,
advanced. Mrs. Meeker, we learn, is ciuvast-ing
REFERENCES
,1' InHMtcd aa UberallT as In any other : COTTON FACTORS, .:.
the States to appoint agents for the receipt ourn.il. \ddn..... '
money that may be donated aid' of the accomplishment GEO A PADRICK. Proprietor. < c Robert llaber.hana: .t Son, Savannah, GaGoo. Grocers and General Commission "

c'f the object by the securing of July_12-tf_ ___ ___ m : the ground and the cstablfchiuent of a ccmet r). floater Acthonv G.imniell(r do d a. :IY.IERCHANTS: : '

The bones of the Cone{ lcrate dead lie exposed To the Merchants Manufacturers EVERY KIND OF 103 PRINTING KNOWN TO THE ART.i John VtUilonja, do -
and bleaching at Shiloh, and it is the duty of Erwin .t Ilardee, do COLUMBUS, GA., & .APALACIIICOLA.\.. '
Christian South ;;: -i: ;\\I' Governor D. &. Walker, Tallahassee, Fla
every man and woman in the to and Residents Georgia ,' )}:J J\ J. H. Bu11. do
7JEOMPT
contribute: as largely as practicable in aM of Ibis WllUani'K. Petle, do attuntiouaitcn to all Coii.l.Tinicnu and Sh'n-' .
merciful effort to t-flect theif decent burial and :Ei4J: erpool.
I hive the of Liberal advances
GE.'TLE : pleasure presenting to; b avao .t iIaUe,lneville. PL made on con.'Iumontf.0 .
,
protection ia the manner proposed by the accomplished notice the firet prospectus of the bAaael Sinn, JactsonTille, FU "
Udy who is thus exerting herselCA FROM TBS!: I C". u. Bamart. do '
---- ...-..-- GEORGIA STATE DIRECTORY. __ _[may 8. 66-!v. Receiving and Forwarding House

: FAMJTT- 'VTrrnocr Torxn CIttLDRE.M ".- The Directory wIt give the name of aD Uw Bo ir.e>'SlenjanofacraivTS. ..I TURNER & MCLAUGHLIN I AP.u.AcrncOL.FL .
Prufe sional Men reidin3 _
La etCo. or doing 1
\e up children rna-iunt"! saH: the par- bo.incM In any city "> \nl. or nllajc ID the iate. It wiual 1 : reapectMtv eall I
,
) -. licnlar proprietor of a quiet house before lettina .o sivoa- ta.tnlr.it of Charlrttoa. S ...Ooi""fta. Loaladlic. -I PA.PE A.N'GXN'GS I "n cslabitalwd a tu..se attention In to the fact that we bac .j
lady the bet; apartments. Clnciuiuti Baltimore. l'hilsd'leJh1a; and New Yorknerchaou \;: palachicola. Florida. for tho1"
a "TUey are in the I I'nrpo e efdolng 4 tioaraI ..
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S cemetery{ wai the gloomy rcplv. .\ tear was mention.of who the trantdci publish inapa r lo publish with aboatFJ.vo our Slal"It I. the .\ "Ui COMMISSION'AND FORWARDINU ''. ,I -'

attempted on the part of the landlord the agreement Mammolh Tnal h l Fctr i WINDOW Bo.lne-B' lbTiDJeStabtt.hedreajijj! I 11
was signed, and the next day the lady arrived Thq'U.snu.d: a3zio.Tnaetlng SHADES. bet houie. fu Forelu ft11d Duwaa.tlc iittjcomeot the
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with a couple ot youngsters. "I thought I' that the Directory' will nw't with a liberal nip- TMPORTEIIS are Prepared tl)oaks nuuctul .deanta.a partl. we
fromthe merchacu of oar State, 1 remain. J AND DEAll'P.5 IX FRL-Srn. EXGLlS-1I shippers of to I' ;
port
your children were in the ceweteryssi..! the I Jf I. and American Paperhaugs. WIndow cotton cud other prodnee
Rpec1adly. 'eurobe4ienIaervnt.Joilx I l'blldu and Fix. i-pttial attention ''
wilt be
landlord.So they were yester4lliiir," was CL1BBOS BRAIN. PnUioher. tnr'Cf. Looda.( "*"**"*. GUt Cornera. Band.Ac. cotton sent u for sa3e glventoVn '
I the J't'ply."I'lacing a few flowers on the. grave of Box U!. Sivannih, Ga. All good.i sold at New York price with Freishu iilet our own or any } either in '., "
J. OREIE LEA, of Charietao, S.C, Gencrl OL
former landlord who M.\nKET
our was nervous, and to X. J. oSavainah.G .. TO TUB 112 Brouglitoii Street In IIoIIdition ..
OAKRE1X. Ucn'l Tnvebuz A,tut tOo< "I 1, tell the troth so' irritable" thst"I understand, 11"-. U COOPER,of An asta,Ua.. Tr*TelUij A;.- .. A' t I. .J..l .f, ;. ...It ADelle ; 16tantlyOll han4 a Wge atockof we is lit kvp con'. 1 '
madam, I understand said the enraged owner. : S.\v.\ -x.\n, GEORGU. Goa ..
")'OUr ct4lljen killed him." 1 TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : ala yt'-d Which -rcco1.1t.:
\ ., ... will be otj to Mervbai 8Jld Flanter. at
I ( JLOTASCI) -- III the Xonhent Irca
Co vrzszo x OF moN lyro Smu.-..>rr. J. Oat: Pza... __ h.n .IS. .... ... _. ....JtOlO- t Carte de Visite. BRADLEY HILL & COe or and Wei'j MarketmeraJy" adding cost.
\bbott,our Consul at SUeffield sends One Half .. .. .... ,.. totS ,
,I England, One Kotuth'L.... 1SOJOo wSrooe/S7l7vivtJJonJSudJu> our Mends ,11h
to the Secretary ot the Treasury an account:> of a )(er tnciadlae. copy of Vir<r shipment or sale, and
min:of the. British Association for the Advancement Price Dtncttwj. 3M r" '. <" J 1 attddaril1n.uh'.tt1 'e botciag anti rope Sbe the (vuntugero! ,
of Arts and Sciences, the subject considered Jmljltf SAVANNAH. GA. :\. iiurtaoi.tse "
IIlCehutt"1 Ga..
\\ilibe
.. f "I.? j at the CODt4Iw.dt1.
: cW IitaDlJ,
being the Besimer process for conveniag <1. ; COI1tet'or t'1('taU'and Dro.1d ctreet,

iron into steeL. Mr. Boasiuier said that the iron No-rRiE; : 'tTE 1, t boiia RaVE,and coM31oiij; FIRE-PRooF W.\RE. BARNETT CO.

of the United States was peculiarly adapted to TSbe *r-.v thai aailik .iIl 110 l5fr.&t ibi lIut \ .j. 1, ..... .I'toodtt1'11I aie ppaI,.. iii any bouts.Qlllllliliell.( uA.We:Sua1 wtIfl Stan..t mate. _juLe5l-a.: __ ,_ __ .
1 tile mano&ctoro of Heel br his PRKCSS. Mr. Ab->> 1 1 ttMioo of the Geea.I &aaeb&y. ..r sa' lor .ctilud oa aU 10 f We
I oott says, in concluiion : Valukute' as lathe invention -of the Cancot la "T11..rB.dJ8IIiIIII :;S rgta ORDERS = Fert ,, Bacqp aQd Puidic petdJ'.at can dao 1 t WJLLARD'S'HOTELQITXCY .

I of Mr. Bessimer, I caoaot rwawA it ,10 Ifr' SOLlCliTiED. '!, t.-.Mj. !!'IV t-4ao I /

Al ui all iron inanufacturers, nalfes Lttr ouleQse ;'.... '\.HJI ? wwr Hi li fVSUOBEB [-..) 000 .1 Y44.d. by aaj .-.-. ... '! Plut. :! ; : :':" '\ ,
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I ui this ioces* of tha very be t ytg ICM. ,aaJ iat 1 Yo r "f1 j : ,

Nt e which comparaardy free fraii saJphar. pte
r phonu04 other iaipuritk*. 1 .t......... A OLIn, FroirIttaa! ..t-\I1m Ii k'I1dt TO! WORb I,,' Y. \t'fLt.\RD..... . ,,. .\>I .I "I, .'

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BY SHOBER &; OLIVER. TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1866. NEW SERIES-VOL.: I.-NO. 148.:" I'


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: A Yoke fiom the Soul),. A TEXAS EDITOR ix Titoviiw-The editor of -
& Co.
Sentinel SMALLWOOD HODGKISS n-alllI a
The Tri-Weekly PoilluicolEl & 11OO11ft !
: "WOT gKCVHK: HOUTII." I the UreuliMii(TcxasI3auner) was arrested recently

COTTON FACTORS I by order of Captain S. A. Craig, of the :Froednien's -
1 tl PUDLteUED EVERY '- )IH. ELloY-lu looking over a number ofyour Bureau for article
; reflecting
publishing ;
:z aM Saturday I OrllillS.s ---ANI>--- : CHANGE OF; CIIEDULE.I pitiicr, I sco/il/ stated in nn edit ouni of yours I. on (the Bureau. The Banner sa.rs :
Tuesday Thursday hat it is not kal'u'for! Northern() people to tl'uyellu '
"Cuptnia GYnig is profound nod Ii
a
I It ) joker,
..-- .--. ---- G t iiiioii i r n ntB : 5-:"" .... _"" --1'. _," itnl through the Southern States. I am from : best joke is when he culls]) lib Bureau "court.."

Terms of Subscription : n r r I jt" ..t,:ta-f.I "o\ ev.r,. I ,., '. ,. -r.\, ',.:-.=,lln..t. ';. !. Macon.KOI.dICI'J1l11I1U On. nnd say to travel to you through that It Georgia is: ns safe ns fori its I The idea of court without judge, a court which

Per AnnllmlhrculmcMawcck.$11 00 --, ":'r'>i1: :
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for me to travel through the State of New
4 00 violates the constitutional of freedom
Do. Iwlcu week { NO. 10 BISAVEIt STREET, guarantees
Do. once /week. s "" !I TALLAHASSEE:, July-lib, IfMiO.; York ; ami believe it is so with the other Southern of the press, which denies the right.oftabe
-. mE"'VV YO B. X-i:.. : N AM: ) AFTER 'I'1U51'1'" :. TUB TRAINS( : OX i !States ; nt least I have on evidence Hint it I. eorjtut, nnd which adjudges a parly: guilty and
O I Ito I'ennacola and Gt-oiym 1'iiilroad: will run an Jul- Is nol &o.As inflicts the punishment without allowing him a
Advertisine.
of

One Rates for the first ineertion.,,. . .. . . .$1 00 J. I,. !1,1,hi.,.WOOl>, tFormerly Hmallwood, Earlo & (Y.'0. and lows : ). TVEAUTWAHI to those from the persona State Georgia',vho called the themselves"South. 'I trial Is not such an idea a sublime joke. The

One Square Square, two InnerlionB, . . . .. .. .. 1 73 Tuos.'JioDciKtss, Un.I I.1. L. :smallwood: Co., N. LOAVO ulnry ot. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ;;.10 A. )[. lelcgatcs to jurisdiction( of Craig's Burcmi extends, as we understand -
One Square, ouo week .. .. .. .. .. . . .. 3 50 OBO. W. :SCOTT, lfla. ')J-Late Hodgklt! Scott'; Co., N.Y.D. Arrive nt TnllaliiiKneo at. . .. . .. . .. 7.10( cm Loyal Convention" that recently met at Philadelphia it, only to refugees!; freedmen and abandoned -
Ouo Square, two weeks . . .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 (00( II. I'OOLE: On. t Leave Tnllalmwoo nt . . .. .. . .. .. 7.33 ,not one of them were appointed by any lands. Under which of those heads we
One Square, three weeks. . .. .. .. .. . COOfj Leave Montlcello. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . ... 8.40) lortion of the }people Georgia, to represent them ,
Leave Madison l at. . . . .. .. . ..1t.S3 in that Convention. wonder, do we coma 'IVe lire not refugee,
: : .O-I WE me prepared through RESIDENT AGENTS" to Arrive Lake City nt .. .. .. . .. .. 2. IS I' M.WESTWARD. They appointed themselves we arc not frc'dmnu-l1crhnps we maybe abandoned
; C IT AUVANCH AND SELL COTTON in nil the from motives of personal interest, and not even lands. The question ns to the arrest has

--I-- SOUTH HUN PORTS or forward from THESE 1'OKTSto Leave Lake City at .. .. .. ...... .. .. S.40A.M.) \ !roin principle. I know some 01' \tl.om: well ; I been reported[ to President Johnson by Governor
g g g I g g. g NEW YORK or Leave MadiKon at .. . .. .. :'. . . ...12.05. 1' M. know who they tire, and what thpy are, you may Thockmortou."
'.: =' ;. :::. '\'" Leave Montlcello. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. . 1.10 rely it white that into that 0
DIRECT man went
: '" II> II> II> '" IIr > r LIVERPOOL Arrive 'I'lIlllI lll6eco at.. .,.. .. .. .. ... alto upon any -- ..-0---------- ,
: : : : : I.. : : fhlcnd8 prefer. Leave Tnllalmssce nt . .. . .. .. . 4.15; Convention as a delegate from the :State:: of Georgia A FACT WORTH PJUN1'IXO.n! secondclasshotel :
-- - .- n.Our our conncclloiiH may In LIVERPOOL are such ut will tfve Arrive nt Juincy nt .. . .. . . . 0.13: would sell his Lirthrighllornmcssof pottage
$0 00 110 1500 1900 22 001 200 82&0 2750 nt Frankfort, Ky., a few days since, tt HUll'girl
.
1. market. ST. l.nl'l.JtlN. how these
0250 our customers nil the ntlvau iigrsofUiiit come men to arrogate; to themselves!
2. 1100 2000 2750 3500 3350 4750 5200 87 50 Apply 10 Lenve TnlluhaKMCO nt . .. . . .. . 7.50 A. 141.i ho right (to ] in Convention entered the bar-room, and in pitiful tones
50 77 50 represent people
3. 15 00 27 50' 37 50 45 00 52 no '57 751000011'250 GEO. AV. SCOTT & CO. Arrive i nt Mmks nt . . . . . 11.20 a told the bar-keeper that her mother 'sent her to .
4. 1900 35 4750' 5700 6650 112 5O122! ro,137;, 60 Leave :St.: Mark* at. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..14.20 I M.Arrive hut never appointed !them !for so solemn a trust ? get eight cents.
5. 23 00 42 20 51 fj() 09 00 80 50) 107( 60 112 50 12 60 Tallnhasaee, Fin. nt Tallahassee nt. .. . .. .. . . l.CO P. 141.r7I There was! 110 call nuulein any porion Georgia, "Eight cent. said 0
O. 27 00 50 00 67 50 81 00 III 60 jiily7-tf... .. ; the bar-keeper.
3100 57 GO 71 50 (11300 108 60112.'i 0012: 50 181 60I ) ---- --- -- -- T---- nn hour will I 1 he given on I the arrival of the caraat lint I know of I for meeting to appoint delegates "Yes sir." 0 .1
7'1 OO'l2'J' ())018) 60 210 00 TallahiiHi'ce for Dinner, going from II lid coining, thlt to the "Southern Convention"
way. that
35 00 Q.I 00 87 50,105, Loyal "
:I recently
: 3900 7100 9750 11700'1:1150'155' : 00'202 5023260'oJ EARLE CUNNINGHAM & Co.: A line of ntHL'ua between (jniucy, hiiuinhrkige ftuudAIIuuuiy '''hilt does your mother Want of eight cents?
,t 9 net at Philadelphia, but there were meetings( cal-]
00'222 255 00 I don't "
: 43 00 77 241 lOT GO 127 5I)11t!) 00170 50 and between Jlonlicello and TlKiniasvllltf, will connect owe her anytiuin'r.Vell .
,1 10 11. 4660 81 00115; 00138' 00 161 00'165' 00 210 001213 ( I'I with the truliiH. h',11\I1111'l'hllJ' >' the people all over the :State:! for "\ ," said the child, "father spends! all his
12. 50 00 00 00 1'l4 00 H'i 60 173: 60:1117: 501257 60 2\15\ 00 COTTON FACTORS JIOI1ERT WALKER, the purpose of appointing and sending delegates! for
13. 53 00 00 60 lU: 60 157 6011/-/: J210( OO,2i6, 00() 311: 00 00 -:1: 3-tI: .':.. ____ ____"li'n'l Siipermteiident.F !' .__ 10: the great National Convention tliat met at money;Mother here rum, and we have no brC'l\dto."
3J3 AND
168 00:222: 60 202 50 day. wants to buy a ]loaf of bread.
00,196
10250'11000 ,
6000
H. :855 00 ? W. SIMS: J. iT\VIWAT.ON: LJhiliidelpIu, ::<, and did its work so ]
GO : handsomely
:>. 13. !IO 00 lOS 50147: GO li7 001200 50 2a5 00:307: A loafer suggested to the bar-keeper to kick
i 16. li2 00'155 00 180 00 217 00'2.0 00':i25 00 :] 5 00 Commission IHcrclmnts Lnle of Sav. 1Iepll1>llclIlI. Lnteof Wilder, Whcnton .I; CO for the presenalion 01' the Cousilution and the her out. .
11. 05 00 190 (J162( 60 105 00'2'l7' ro'202) 50 3-10 00 3J2! 60j Union of thir.y-six States! instead of twenty-five "
11'1.' 6S 00() 125 00170( OO,2t4, ( OOi2.38 00 272 00255 00 .110 00 No, Hiiid the bar-keeper ; "I'll give her mother
1) 39710&130' 00177 IiO 213 00,218, 50 287 O3iO! 0042750( NO. 74 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. F. W. SIMS & 00. only.' the money, and if her father comes back here
hose v ho tell 1'01l1t is not safe for a Noith- again I'll kick him "
out.
." obituary Not1Ce. Trlbntee of Ito.pccl, and 1IInrrJIIgc8, John II. Enrlo, formerly Smallwood, Earle & Co. SA.V ANN VTI, GfA., ern person to t1'11 through the Southern States Such a circumstance before
never
happened
AdvcrtI.cnlUflt'Legni James B. Cunningham, ) ,
Trnn.lont (
wlll bu chllrgud Notices nil charged the enmu Mother ndvel.tI.omoIl19, Thomas J. Pcrkin, formerly Smallwood, Enrlo &: !o. andj. arc imposing on your credulity, and thobc who !and may never happen again. Humanity owes

'4 except Notices of DlomlAslolI ns Admlnilltmtor, Ihu charge L. Sinnllwood & Co.HAVING Factors and General try to make you believe that Union men and that bar-keeper) n vote of thanks.

for which Bhall be $18. their property are not secure and safe in Georgia, --.--.-....
j long experience In the Kilo: of Cotton and oth make
statements to without facts
produce wo respectfully solicit condign you to rest them "I say, Mister, did you 'sqott dog come by hero
m1:; nicnts, and arc prepared! to inalte advance, for which upon. I was opposed to secession, and I vas 11.nion \ that ]uolctlns if '
f i l\lIt (!): C011 H SON[ IEllCIJANTS1 he were n'ycnr, 1'l'nr and a
I 1111 r $$ _. !' Iu : man from principle, and not interest. I half or two years old V said a Yankee to a countryman -

THC J. PERKINS & CO. have no claims against the Government that I nt the road side.
wish the ( to make '
present Congress appropriations "
: Sn. July 17-ly TahhuhunasecFIn._ : > DEALtIVI IS "Yes, said the countryman, thinking himself
A. WOODWAIID, "_____ to pay.
quizzed. "Ho passed about an hour an hour anda
..
EY AD:; COUNSELLOR AT LAW AND I was a CloyV1ui. I stood by Henry Clay half or two hours lie is mile mile and
a a
SCOTT & CO. Produce MercWiso\ LnHier Timber and did ago ; ,
\V.
',/ 1\1'TOR In 'b'\nccry, TaI1ahaeo\ Florldll.-I o willal GEO. at the cl'Osnnd 1 not desert him at the tomb; a half or two miles ahead and he had a tail
u In connection with the firm ot IIESBY As WALEEII, a purer and greater statesman and ]outkipatriot ;
claims) about im inch, an inch and a half or two inches
\Vashlnston City, attend to the prosecution FACTORS
COTTON COTTON" this lie
and before (Committeesi or Con. country never produced wus the self- long."
before theDcpartI0eflt sacrificing statesman of his country. I am as "1hllt'U;
"
grcsa. jui.o-i-iy AJ"D:: do, said the Yankee into
"you arc
____ 1'CoHlldsshHk ;
(.\),4vh/-4).4, ) are/ Jlcsimtfullii/ Sulifitetl, and will iv- secure in my person nnd property in the State of mc a foot, a loot and a half or two Ii: et."

A. J. PEELER, NIcrcltnllts ecii'C tilrtet .1ltclllh Georgia: ; as you are in yours in the Stale of New ---.-.---

: TTORNEY AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLOIUDA.A. .-- I \ :: Consignments of Cotton and rroili.cy uener- fee York, although I wnilmowllusl\about man. I .\. JUST REBUKE.-There is one thing connec
Ofllce up stairs over the Slate Bnuk. Olllco hours TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. SOLICITS' sale or shipment to any point In tho Cnlted no more apprehension my rights in ted with General Grant that will roll down
-' from 0 n. m. to 1 )p. m., and from 2 to :5 p. m. States or Europe nnd will make advances on conslmimcrtd Georgia than you do in New York about yours, through history like the peal of n grand old]
Oct 20-17 GEO. W. SCOTT; Flu. i T. H. ] OD( IUSS, X.Y.J.L.SMALUVOOD.N.Y. aunt Hhlpmcntti.I and no honest l'nionman feels] any more appreiiension cathedral\ bell
That
| D. 11. I'OOLE, N.Y. JOHN S. DANIEL, of Jlonticello Florida, la inlercht-( in Georgia about\ his rights there tha: I on the Sabbath air is hwspcch
EDWIN A. HART ed lu our luiHlncin. aunt purtlcs confel'lnj1111 him will at Indianapolis when called upon to
: nilvnnce on and Hhip Cotton to Llvcriiool. New obtain all Information lie Is prepared to advance on cunHhjnmeut do.The make a speech to the crowd that had just refused
.
Will WILL \ n and furnish Vngglag and Hope to parties ship- relations between the native v lutes resident -
I.AWADIO: FLORIDA.- New Orleuni,_or Savannah. July 17-1 f to hear the President Secretary Seward and
ATTORNEY Court of the :Middle Judicial Circuit. Ing to or through:;: us. whites and the blacks are of an amicable char other distingubed gcntleucn. lie ,

dlc 93-It _ _ _ TWM. acter. The whites of the South have true and the baleona silence appeared on
\ H TURNER unrniicxccs : like that of death fell on
for the condition of the
practical sympathy nejroes. -
W. ] WHITNER NEW YOKK. MACON, UA. the vast coneOl""': C. lie said : "Gen Jemcn, I
u : The white people of the South do not
GROCER George V. Cnrlmrt, 1'res. N. N. C. irnnroe; J. D. Car- am ashamed 'ourseIt-.lQtI.: CUlI'! .:r.
TTORNEY AT LAW, MADISON, FLORIDA.-Will Y. N. 11. H. It ; I). 1 H." hart ; J. B. Kofs. hate the negro. There i is more equality between --_ .----
J\. j practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit. AXCollullission ) Dttldwln i.l'o. ; JonathanHeers. A14IE1IICUSThoiihuua the white man and the negro South than there London i is a world in itself. The last

dec 83-tf ______________ 90Vnll) I Street.AUCL'STA Harrold.BOSTOX.E.. is between the 1\ bite man and the negroSouth English
merchant : UA.--D H Dunbar. census! develops the curious fact that there arc
C. liew. than there is between the white man and
more Scotchmen in London than l in _
AVESTCOTT Edinburgh
JAS. SA V AN .\lI.-W. )[. Wad- MONTICELLO, Fla.-LIn the negro North. The true !and substantial friends: Irish ,
than in Dublin
more Roman
4 TTOIIXKY AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-Oraco FERNANDINA, FLA.Sl'KC'lAL I ley, 1'res. C. 1!. It. A Bk Co. RO & ICoaeh. ol the negro are the while, people ot tho Souh. than in Rome and more Jews than in Catholics Pal-

.i'V. in the Monroe Building/ opposite the etore of Sir. A. utuig2h-Iuui: _ _ _ _ _ Head I Henry Clay's reply) to Sir Mcudcnlml] of estinc. :Next to London, more
mny.-t I III I tentlouIh'eu10, the purchafe1, "nle and 1 slilp- perhaps! New York is
Uopklna. ____.__ Ohio, and you \\ ill find some of the reasons why
nil Ulndtof Produce nnd :MerohniidlBe. Orders the most cosmopolitan of cities. It has not so
G-R..E.l: T
for supplies raiitt% be ncsompanied with I the each: or its the ,outhe'1'IlIl1an is the negro's best and truest Sotchmcn
.j JAMES T. MAGBEB. many as Edinburg, but according to
equivalent!!. _III trade. _.____ __ _____ July 19-lim. ( __ fricntb-: the census it has nearly as many Irish as! Dublin,
'I AND SOLICITOR IN CHAN- I: are. persistent in demand for
LAW see
4 TTOIINEY AT you ) your while German
as a it (is the
city thirdin
A CERY, TMlnhasnee\ Klorida.-Olllco lu Marino Bank JOHN W. ANDE11BO-S, li1:01l0EWEU$ON, JK., DUCMENTFor negro suffrage in the :Southern :States. "Where do probably
ninyaitfMcINTOSII the world] ranking next to Berlin and Vienna.
J Store. ,
Tntum's Drug !
building- opposite ii. II. ANiCiisor. JOHN W. AXDUIITON: jn. you find the power in the Constitution: giving to .
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Joliu W Anderson & l SOliS. Congress the right to sa}' i\ ho shah and who shall ----
.EEN Inrsn RETcnsrxa
:Mc( U TO IlIEJ..UiD.-\n
English
1 Man not vote in the :States:: ? Point, if you can, to the
an Enterprising paper says : The immigration from America into
clause in the Constitution of the United States
'TOHNEYAT' LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-May (Commission and I
li'orwarding1v.JER.OZJ.A.J.J'X'a Ireland recently noticed continues
three
.,; 1 ho found for tim )tC1it at Mr. lIoiiuB'n Olllce, -.-.--- that gives to Congress the power to say who shall steam
rhrenlx Bnildins. Wilt practice III any 01 the Courts : and who 8ha1not\ vote in the State of New York? ers which arrived at Queenstown from the United -
where hla services are desired. ._____.J[aiij;{_33-Oin; \.81 nin all \IuiIui to Hiiltlc my old twtlncss thlij couuul tug States, last week, having brought about one
;j Conifi1 Drayton. and liryuix St iout:4. 1 Inter, I uhall oB'iT for Halo thud following Valuable 1 remember you said the Southern States had hundred Ilnc1twl'nty

II. NASH SAVAXNAtI, GA.may 1'ropetty, In and near the town of Quiiicy, Fla.: 110 right and could not secede from the Union of steerage passengers all returning -
MILES
:
1)u. emigrants: who for America
: persons
if thchad and
States.Vel' could
TLL.lIASEIiFlorida.1t'I(1eiCC 2MiniMcKIBBIN__ ____ __ __.___ A Tract of Land the ::: no right within the year, and had been disappointed
(' REAIl OF POiTOF1E. not secede from die Union, then, according to..
with Dr. M. NASII. Adloinliiij I the town, containing 0 fly ((50)) acres, not to he the theory of the North, tile Southern States never -' iu finding employment there at the wages they
.' Juu 3-Oin._ ___ & ALLEN surpassed in the country. On this place there I Is n Hue had been led to expect. --
out of the Union and never being out of _
-- ctrcam of water, with sufliclent/ lull to turn a twenty (2(1)() were : _CS>'_-... -
wheel and site font Cotton the Union, bo soon as war ceased, they from
JJ- II. RANDOLPH. foot ntl'ordliij a good Factoryor "
J. 1 S. BOND, "Let them
: : ,TALLAhAMEG, FLA., Flour Mill. Also, a Hue neaily new Dwelling House< Northern theory and the very nature of their relations create a riot, said! Genci-nl Banks
DH 8. BOND & RANDOLPH and a two acre attached, adjoining the nbovu phicc, to the Government remained when ho heard that the i evolutionary] attempt 01
ns or
they
,, flnlHhcd with live rooms nnd foui flre-placef, and nece the Convcntionisls and their allies had resulted
DEALERS
1 their profeBeional services to the citizen of WHOLESALE .,ary OIlIhlllIIilB.1110! iginally'wcre ; hence, if Congress has the powerto in bloodbhed .0
_1 OFFER and vicinity. say who shall and who shall not vote in Georgia -"let them create a riot the 11101'0Inarchy

,;i!. onieo at the residence of Dr. !Hoy-p.:_ J1Y[ lOlycxI1T UII A Good Farm Congress also has the power to say who shall there is produced in thcJSoutli:\ the more

; --- :J3.AN"a.a: )HY !HOODS, 0 '1'1'0811/111 hill inllcB from town, containing Two Hnndrcd uud who shall not vote in the Stole of New York thunder we will have in the North !" The remark -

s. Groceries, and Forty(2[tO(I) Acres of exccllant land, \with good DwelII The right to regulate suffrage in the State does i is! iii'ii piece with others made: by promincut '
OK FLORIDA! Hardware, ii;; and out houses on the place; uUo, II fliiu btrcam of Radicals; and political schemers both bcl'oreIlml <
tuceuuan arc, not to Congress but to States alone
water and splendid Mill site. Also, my belong the since.
WITH Cloth and CIldAinlcl'cA, and t means used by Congress to deprive or _
any _.__ .
-- '
Wlncs IIllII L'IUOI"! -
) l m W\ 0 Dwelling House and Lot. rob the States of that right is unconstitutional
m "
W t:) m 0 l'ortcrIu and CIder, A fearful visitation Providence at"(
Wooden Ware Near the Court House Square, being line Two Story and wrong ; for the Constitution of the United happened
Boots and Shoes 'l'ln'lIre, building with eight (8)) Rooms, all well furnished nndplastered Stales says : "Tho powers not delegated to the Chicago on Saturday last. A tailor, from Ger- "
Frails and bplccJn ', with all hoiiscB. The lot named Lubenheimcr
necessary out being many residing on the north
..- 11 ;; &c. &0., &c. three-fourths of with excellent well of United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited) '
York. 18Cli-ly( __ ___ ().n) II square, an bide was accused of stolen.
Struel New h.rving
,
No. 2)! Courtlandt some money,
water ; also a D\I'elhllgcolI\'elllellt to the I'nplic) Square, by it to the Stales, arc reserved to the State* respectively -
july 21-3m__ H. U: HITCH. %11X DE lU\: [. with a two Acre Lot newly fenced and well Improved. ] or to the people." which lie positively] denied, calling upon God to

. ,oo .. .. .. ... . .. . .. Also, The power to say who shall and who bhal1not strike him dead if he was not speaking .the truth.
'. X3tOE1.N'E:: Three Store Rooms The I'l'I\I'I'ullmprcclttion had been uttered "
I XX 3E veto in the Stales is nowhere in the Constitution hardly '

OP FLORIDA, II. L BITCH Co South of the Court House Square, now renting for $1,200 delegated either to Congress or the Government before ho fell to the floor a dead man. <

WITHGIIICHESTER & per annum. Also, a Dwelling near tho Depot, with a two of the Unilcd Stales. The riaht of the :States:: to -'--...-...----.------- 0 '/

S ((21 Acre Lot attached. Also, who shall and who shall not vote residing A quaint'I'lIel' says : "I have seen vomen *>o I',
say
; & coW1IULELa Commission Merchants Five Building Lots within their limits 1 is 1 nowhere prohibited' in Hie delicate that they were afraid to ride for fear of'

Constitution of the l.'nitetll\hll'b ; an., if not delegated the horse running away ; alraid to sail,"' for fear' '
::\eol'lhu Deput. All of which I will Bell at private bale
VEAtEItS IN Iuu]" o: w "'rL1L.: until the IIret Monday In next December, Whelll\1'111 oiler ; to the United States by t Uic Constitution, the boat might upset ;afraid to walk] for fear the '' '

and Domestic Hardware the same at public uila. nor prohibited by the (Constitution the !States, dew might fall ; but I never saw one afraid to be ,
Foreign Stales married: which is far more riskful than all three .
reserved to lie respectively
it is .
Sale clearly ,
.4()0LICI'1' CoiiblgnmeiitB of Cotton and other produce! Terms of ; "
No. 55 Bcckmnn and 183: Ann Street, for '1IIu.dvallcu6 and they( alone] ]have the power and the right to put together.
One hnlfC.\'tIl.!' thu balance In one ((1) and two (2) ... .
.\ u ill be nude oil bhlpiuentu by )'el1l' who shall and who shall not vote within ---- "':'- ,
NEW YORK.All time with note bearing cteht ((8)) per cent Interest, with say \IZ"; ILucpiurls'Es
attended to. July 21-lim\ JOHN DEXHAM & CO., security. The purchaser having the privilege of paying their limils. Ileside, has the Congress:: of (the : FOIL THE ,.UlXPj; RoAP,-\Vo UJlderstand .
orders promptly :.___ uuuu1 i.Ouuu.J] .*..__ __ _____ Montlcollo, Fin. the entire price of adjudication in cash. United States;: ever attempted to exercise tho power that the Atlantic; and UulfHuill'oadlllLVO .m
Account of sale together with United States Internal who shall vote in the Stales until ordered two first class locomotives from
to recently the celebrated -
D.I J. TAYLOR Revenue Stamps attached the expense of the purchaser.On say
T. J. BASSETT" the first Monday In January nO'lll will Bell all of my V Never. If they keep the Southern manufactory of Mr. Rogers at Patterson,' ,,,'

Steamboat Household and Kitchen Furniture A fine 1'iano ami States! out of Congress by refusing to admit their N; J. They are expected to arrive imero. eariy, r ,
Agent, Bowing Machine Also my Mules, Horses, Carriage mid representatives it is clearly and unconstitutional. next iiuiith.-.i ,
FLA. wrong
1AILAIIASSEE p.putpcr
three Wagons, at public outcry for Cash, only. '''I' -J I
i AND GENERAL Any body desirous of seeing the above properly, can --.-.- -:--
Will repair or build now find me ut all times lu my oQlcu ndjuiuliijj Luuday ..SUcnry' ; There arc no persons in Georgia who "now en- The Hon. James Johnson, the new Collector

COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT Drug Store dine that never bo told neither -\ of this will take formal of of.' .
Boilers Me Stacks Siar Pans' & Dippers E.: 1\[. FRALEIGH.Qulucy persecutions may port, possession his
Fla., July S5: 181ili- !H'Olny ot the frcodmen cheated: of their earnings lice to-day. Tho business-or'the office Is:: fullv
!
FERNANDIXA: : FLORIDA. ....... _ _ ___
DIllY 22-1 t 0 A rASCFACTCREB: of Holts, NuU, Sett Screws Tapa --- by citizens. I brought up, and the retiring Collector Mr. Wood-,"I '
._ .__,_ _ _ '
iH and Dies, Draw Fitting!)) Hammers and I'liUeUj; These self-appointed deIemtteiiI;!; i'uuiui Georgia to bridge; leaves the poerwilUthesatiBfttctoryusfcurunce -, ..

A. F. HAYWARD and keep T's.constantly! on hand I'lping) : Coupling) Elbows Hillsboro' r ilitary ACaUBlllY. the "Southern Loyal Convention," as you call: It, 1 of milieu well pel.tol'lllcdIi'. Ifepuh( .! 1 1A .,

were there in that Convention without tho con --.
(LATH or TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,) WITH sent desire or of them four old! boy ''went to' church' 8un iny 'Ii'
Repairs of MachineryAttended Eighth Annual Scsblon this Institution com appointment by any portion year < }
33. SI3Md: : : SOKT cfo OO.IMVORTER9 TilE on the iHt of October next and closa on thu of the people of Georgia. I am a 'bwt'er constitutional and when he got home his grand-mother salted: >''

OF WINES AND LIQUORS to with dlcpnteli.) Blacksmith) work of everydc8cr.U : lubt of Juno, 19U7r Hid now uudcv the direction! of Union man (than any self-appointed him what tho minister said. "Don't kpow,'.' paid! In j!

-ANUflominssiou >tUw neatly doue to order. Gen'l K. E. Colston delegate fi'om Georgia, or any ofT the Boy them he ; "he didn't speak! to mo." ,A goad\ imuiy .ol \", .,
; :Stales:: that went Into that Convention. 11\11\ r cr people] might answer lu the gaine Wl l>'"-1', :

(J : Merchants\ Cotton Gins Repaired, etc For fifteen yenrs VIRGINIA(up to tim MILfTA1IINS'.t'L'1'UTI.o"lnuhif of the war)) a. 'frofeiwor the) Constitution AS It was and 1 as it is:: and I am __._.__ il ',! V"l'! '/.- "I. !

The conrMu In tutu Instruction\ uud the Disclpllnu, will be on a for the Union as expressed: by the resolutions of A colored\ barber la Lexington, ICy, named\

17 DEY STREET: (Soar Broadway) NEW YORK. 1 lion: now pivparod to fiirnloU ENGINES; : and :M1LI. complete Military ImMn, and such ns to make the Acuilemytt the National Union Convention.. Smitht! becoming disgusted witH the political'1 i /

Keep coiibtautly on hand a large stock of flny old whi kY. from the great Sept. 23d,1800. A. II. WTCIIE.P. I situation ended the "ai.igro question," BO far naj ( '

lime- lm _--- WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, S.- UAVMOND : The above communication he was conct.-rned: \ by bjosi itig his bruuiti oiUf| n.\ I f.. ",
POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL I for the N. Y.
was written Tribune, As I 0
,
AUSTIN ELLIS: NEWBURO, N. Y. Of and applied Science, 3IGrecley| declines to publish It, you M ill oblige. If you put two ]persons id, the (,:ll11lj! biu'riiom"1"one 4

Tuebu M1IU are considered the bout, aid need no comment practical mo by giving it a phico m your paper. of whom haa Iho toothache', (IIndlh'o'(IUtl'!' Is ; Jlf'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS tliui aw II uue allover the State: of Florida,which .Applications for admission thonlrt bo made early to the '
lull Very
} these Superintendent.! IlUlehoro' NortU (CaroUiia 1 U on tha respectfully, in love, you will find that'the'person who has )II
fur tliemsclveB. Turtles wlulilns to purchase '
'
Bpenk KSCIINES: uud MILLS can do DO through nun, wild have North Carolina Central Rail Road, and' lu a .region unsurpassed [p; ]'. ?" /<*) A. 11. WVCUE. (the toothache: \\Ulgqjo sleep 1 n>t, ,..1 .;,.IH"If(' nut;',,
.o. 1J\ ____ .
_
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l'c \ their Knfclno'and Jlollvr put 1111. for health. 0 0 -<'-'. i. in. ----.---- .
SAVANNAH..QEORCIA. .AOIU Circulars, containing: full partkuUu-a; can )PII pbiiilucj 'I'he.latu :Major General Houcux Wits tilt Ala- It is estimated that it will ''fako( 600'million(( leet'i '' '

1 CHARLES ELLIS: Free of Cost, OKN't R. B. COLSTON, bamian. Ito was born in Huntsvlllu in 1W3.1!:! of lumber to rebuild the burnt district In 'PorU'1'\/ "1l

THOMAS! U ACSTI-V, -! Luto of Apaladilcola, Fill LLromt'OY.R1tTEED.. Tinvi: C.tSl1.an20tL biip't Uillibnro' Military AcadeUl)". Ills parents moved to Kentucky when ho AVUS hind-or about iliu entire product of: )SulnQ for I l-n

July I .."-Om, ( mid C'oluinljui. nil. : ] T. J. JJAS8KTT. atij: U,-\\' 21\1)] HlllbhorQ' N. C. six years old.] two years.











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: ; lion and ns a necklace. One of tile prettiest oi l tho WOOD & MANN STEAM EKOINE GO'S

Vf ehls |iorjtto Sentinel THE LARGEST l'AlsTlxo.-Our last issue contained Washington Correspondence,,. I It Is ix crown like oZLEnTcI: : ".
an article stating that the largest painting i[:1111\11\ ftt)'I"R I lsthu"C'hi'piion.t ; :.'I,
I the "Umljullo" ]brut to the head and shaped exactlythe ':
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,j.., ; OLIVER krownjn existence I is that OH the ceiling of the [FROM: ocnows CORIIIBPOM: : .] amo Imck and front. It Is very simple yet very Portable Steam Engines ,:

BY SHOBER & Hall ot Hercules Varsmlles the work of -r- :
Important Diplomatic Clmngcs ..-Gen. Dlx 119 Minister to pro ly anti stylishly t ornamented with I! Jet, or )pcailoniaincnli. 1""
I FIUXCM SI: IOt\I\ :, 01 fi et long by 51 broad. Frnnce-Onr Policy toward :Mfxlco to Remain Cn- -I ;

.. ,- .. z' We lake the follow Ing extract fl'011E.. K. chnngcd-ProBpecH or the Northern Electlolls- lgns But 1 I think I hut 11I .cii'>iied the bonnutj fiilllcluntly it'r..

WASHINGTON'S Echoes of Europe, )published l in of the liiullcnln, In case hwy Succeed.WASHINGTON and Indeed my Idler already too bug, so yir- :-,

: I860;: "While in Venice we went through the Sept. 23, 18(10.( I we will wait lill next week when we will ace what \ .,

Senate Halls, Halls of the Ambassadors, ante- The principle rotation In ofUco 1 Is to be Innneaiulrlv oilier of the ninny articles of ladies dress arc worth, _

rooms, rooms of the Council of Ten, and Councilof applied to probably four-fifths of the persons talking nbonl.] TotiM, A.C.: t )
J. A. (. I
Three. These are all splendid\ n>oin (heir now holding! \ diplomatic' t contultir |ioHlon' I In -'-'''-- I ,

I ceilings and sides' nrcin.iirnificcrit with paintings some cases this course I h *olil to have been determined MITIH: : rijo.n: XVIIITI S.'ltI\f: ;;". i i

bJ' TITIAN, TI TORETTO. P.u i. VERONESE and on account of the alleged fact Hint the iierson ,itj
to lie l'elllovclllloe5 not honrlily ftipport the Presi \% iIl rim ::3\'IIIXO: I'I.A., OCT. I, IMK(\ !. | ''''.Sj
others. :Someoftlio:; loots of cedar of Lebanon '
------ ---- : arc
".,p = dent's policy, ns in the cose of the Minister to Sl'nln' Kin-roil': ;SEXTI.NEI : One third autumn Is past.Longer {d
.a JTullnlin.seo, Sntiir Joitx P. HALC, of New I1111111' hh'e. In other case nights-shorter days, and cooler breezes ,i
_-_------ = ---- -- -_:.::=- -= fire places are most I ornamented him 4
richly marble -
:
of the weather.
lower the
combine to
the present Incumbent linn asked to lie ircallud, atU temperature ;
Mr. Join: A. GRCBB is onr General Agrnt, mid.iithorlzcd I can'ings : the pilasters of some of them nr'of of :
ROIl solicit advertising, I Bald to be the case at rej"allb) Mr. Jons BIOCWJW, Wo shall now ]ho relieved of the daily njrcsslty

monies to receive and receipt subscriptions for the mine. vcrd antique. We iiNo entered the Library, a :Minister to France : and In other* Incompctoncy\ I is reporting to our delightful spring l nth In order to
eolU-ct
-- room of regal magnificence, showing how powc alleged, ns In the rn-es of Mr. 'JfoTLnv, MinMcr to "1 "- -- ----- fut and thia of rot I'nrU The Into lalns canned the Suwanncc to rise sii111cloutly -
Dr.:D. BLY has been awarded the contract to opulent : great Republic Was during Austria, and the Secretaries I.ciriilton .
soldiersof her thirteen hundred years of freedom. It is one and London. I presume If nny of the present Incumbents tosiibmcigc the rprlng for one week. It Is

furnish artificial limbs, "to the "indigt-nl hundred and seventy-five feet long, eightyfourbroad ,cither In time diplomatic' or consular again In !fine bathing; order; and the inrnth October, From Fie t to TMrt .Fonr Horse Power .

the State of Georgia. and fifty-two feet high. We !saw here the sen'ice, arc allowed to umiiln, their cases will constitute known nB the Indian Summer at the North, can be .- l
---.- the exception anil not the rule. It Is'snld very profitably spent In bathing, by nil rheumatic ALSOPORTABLESAW ;,
largest painting on canvass in the world TI TO'RETTO'S
Forty! miners, Iroin Montaun arrived ntf! that Mr. ADAM will be asked lo remain the court cnscs. The hotel now has the appearance of-"some MILLS.

t Joseph, Mo. o'n; the 29lh, having: nearly one million Pnradicight.follr feet in vv idth and of Great Britalu. banquet hall dcscrled," in comparIson with what it _

dollars of gold dust in theIr poyion.LOUSVILLE thirty-four feet high-a 1'owerfill" painting, though Gen. fix of Xcw York hits been appointed Minister was n m.Jiith ngo ; but visitors now cnn have choice \\TEhnvcthe V, T In in i United oldest.Slates largest devoted aud exclusively moet complete) to the works mnnufnctiire !

f --- defile /1 and obscured: by age. It will be seen to France. It Is understood that he will set out of room's amid plenty of servants to wait ou them. of Portable Engines antI Paw Mills, which, for "

CITY Eucnox.-The Municipaland by these figures that: it contains 9o4 square (Vet for Paris very soon, coming here first, of course, to The planters here are making the same complaintsthat conceded simplicity by compactness experts, to be power superior and to economy any ever of oflered fuel, ore to

in more than tile first above mentioned. receive his Instructions. For this highly: Important we hear from nil parts of tho South-short the public.
resulted
Legislative elections, Saturday But, will\ not be disappointed In The great amount of boiler room lire surface and cylinder -
--- ---- mission, tho President could not have mailo n more crops. our planters the rated horse make
which to
ativr ticket urea we give power
the choice of an entire Consen! MR. RAYMOND AND CUXGUE S.-The New" happy choice. The appointment of Gen. Dix hllgl'Cn the price of cotton this Fall f Notwithstanding the our Engines the moat powerful and cheapest in use ; and

-------.4-- ----- York Sun gives the programme of Mr. HAY- rise to a rumor that the United States I Is about short crops, is It reasonable to expect war prices In they All are sizes adapted cou.tuntl'on to every purpose hind\\hcrcpowcr or furnished Is required.on short

; CARDINAL CCU.F.X, in Ireland, has issued n MOND'S future to snn-e a more determined attitude towards times of pence ? I have heard It predicted that notice
situation lie intimates political tergiversations as follows : This cotton would brim 81,30; next Descriptive circular" iili price list, sent on application.
pastoral the Papal France In regard to the Mexican question. lonjr per pound STEAM ENGINE CO.,
'Mr.. RAYMOND, who is the present representativeor WOOD & MANN
that the Pope will leave Rome on the vv ithdrawal: I rumor Is entirely groundless. Our policy) ns regardsthe Spring I If there is any good reason why It should\ Branch Oilier 00) Maiden Lnnc. N. V. City.ft .
French t'ICixth::= District, i is in doubt about what he Mexican question will not he changed If Prc"i.I reach over half that price I do not know it. Unfortunately lea. N. V., aug. 23-ly _

of the troops.....-.- had better do. If the prospects of the Conservative dent Jouxsos can retain the power tvklcli he now for us the short provision crop will enable -

U. S. SI'x.Ton.Portlnnd.. Oregon party were good in the country- generally, I possesses. The French t troops will be removed fruiu Northern buyers to put their price* both on cot MEIflCAL; C' LIJEGEOF I

OREGON je would undoubtedly bo the anti Radical candidate Mexico ut the periods agreed upon ; und beyond ton and the necessaries of life, which we are compelled -

dispatch of Aug. 20 says that II. W. Con- : for re-election in his district ; but he has that our Government has nothing to ask_ from to purchase from them. I THE .

BETT, the Union candidate, has been elected U. S. lately been admonished, through his paper, that France, ns regards :Mexico. It" III rcnr.ilii' to be Notjong) since, a riter, In the columns of your State of South Carolina

Senator by a strict party vote of 38 to 1. 'something must be done," and his present pro seen then, whether the Mexican Empire can support paper over tho signature of"Mt. Pca) lInt" alluded

-- ---=- -- is back into Itself. I have no doubt t'mt it wilt stand, unless it to the impoit.incc establishing manufactories in rpHE ANNUAL COURSE OF LECTURES IN THIS IN-
to get his old with nil
Gen. "\ViRT .ADASI, who arrived a few da'sago gramme party Is overthrown by the direct Intervention of the United this State. Agreeing with him fully In his ,views I JL STITUTION: commence on tho the first first Monday of .
possible despatch. November next, nnd terminate on Saturday of
from Europe, where he went on business for States would call the attention of your readers to the fact, :March cnsulujr.
'The arrangement: which he and his friends there is of the best "water powers" iu the FAttlTY.
Orleans and Jackson Railroad Company There Is a condltVm attached to the evacuation of that one
New
the have: completed for effecting the transition i is this : miles above the White J. EDWARDS HOLBROOK )[. D.. Piofessor EuieritiH
few SulphurSprings
State only a
was in Jackson, Miss.: on the 20th. Mexico by the French troops. It is, that our policyof of Anntomv. .
lie is to immediately brim; his paper around into neutrality towards Mexico Is faithfully observed. on the Suwannco River. It Is known as the FRANCIS T. NILE, SID, Prole-sor of Anatomy.
.
--------- the Radical ranks, in consideration of which the The splnt of that pledge has already been broken, "Suwanncc Shoals"where the fall is about flAy !'. l.EDDINGS:: SID, Professor Institutes nnd Practice
The harbor of Galveston, Texas, is' fast closingup Radicals' are to give him the nomination for Con- by thc cargo ol arms carried to Matamoras on board feet In 4CO yardi. The banks of the river are sufllclcntly of Medic,no.

with sand. Light draft vessels now ground gress in the Sixth District. That nomination is the btvamcr Everman, by Gen. LEW WALLACE, a high to prevent any overdovvj! from freshets ; JAMES ROBERT 1Ot'L A. KITLOCII THRIE. M, SI D, D Piofessor, Professor of Physlolopy.of :SlntcrlaJlcdlca

in the channel where the water was formerly then to be declined, after which the Times is to few weeks ago. Attempts will be made, both In anti the amount of water is sufficient! to drive us mid Therapeutic"! )
THOMAS G. PRIOLEAU, M D, Professor of Obstetrics
twenty feet deep. go in strongly for the F'Cnton State ticket, and and out of Congress, to send money, men, and arms, many looms us are worked at Lowell. All that is and Diseases!Women and Children.
--.-. ., to that party. In Mexico v\ bleb h antagonistic to the needed is a combination of capital nt this point toniuke C. I' SHEPARD. lID, LL D, Professor ofChemi.tr)-.

r The Bastrop, Texas Advertiser, of the loth been the transition completed.of"Mr. RAYMOND will then have settled Government. In view of the French: Inter It tlie mnnufactuilng depot of Florida. The Anatomy.SAMUEL LOGAN, M D, Assistant Demonstrator of .'

insu, says that com is selling at 40 cents per ests in Mexico, such act wIll not be allowed to puss attention of our people must, and will at some future E. CEDDINGS, JI D, Dean pro tern. ,

r bushel, and will go down to twenty-five in less' --'-'- unnoticed by the French Government and the treut- day\ be directed to the Important fact of converting EXTRAORDINARY CR SUPPLEMENTARY FROFESf CRS,

months will be the abundance. I TEXAS REJECTS TilE AMENDMENT.: The Texas meat questions grow Ing out of such nets requires the i aw material into clothing enough to
; than two so great
____._.... I Legislature, through the action of the Committee that we have such a man as Gen. Dix liS our l1ul.ter supply the demand for homo consumption. I SI F.D L., bindery PARKER: ; ,P.M GH.\D, Anatomy\18 ROBINSON; SAMUEL, M LOGAN D. Institntes -

.. on Federal Relations, has respectfully returned at Parts. No election held nt tCis precinct to-dny.) Very 1 and Practice of Medicine! ; GEORGE TRESCOTT,
HEAVY G.-\I.E.-\ dispatch from Fortress SI D, JIntcrIa! Sledica ; F. SI. ROBINSON:: 31 D, Obstetrics. .
to the Government the Constitutional Your readers of courte will watch the course of little interest evinced this vicinity! in regard to .

.A Monroe, Sept 20, 5'\5 : "A heavy Northeast Amendment, declining its further consideration.The events In the Northern States Ith gicat interest, the election, ns every one believes that lIon. F. )IcI I The Extraordinary Professors Lecture each twice n
storm prevails. Itis raining hard and foggy, and will have As for : of week. Course free They will also give the Summer
ground assigned i is thus expressed in the report for the fate of the Southern States will depend upuii LEOD no cpposltlon. Register Course
numerous vessels are detained in consequence. the result of the Northern elections. I am glad Wsay Public Lands, II. A. COKLEV I'sq., would not have Clinical! Instruction, nt the City Hospital, b}' F. rEVIlE

...-. .. : looks favorable vote in Ilamillon PORCHER.MD.Cllncnl "
thutl"'erj.thlng and theme l Ii every n single opposing
Instruction nt the Policlinic! connected
Article thirteen, s-ectious one and two, have with time
TilE LOST FOUND.-Our contemporary of the the honor- follows : prospect that the complexion Congress will be Faithfully: yours, College on every Wednesday and Saturdafrom 0 to 11
report as
o'clock. Thin cluiritv I is In
Brunswick Courier has at last found the real The people of Texas, In convention assembled entirely changed by these elections. In New York K. era ihmi. important now successful op-
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owners of the Brunswick Canal. They leside have already, by their ordinance acknowledged and Pennsylvania, It is as certain as any future event Chief of Medical Clinic. Professor E. WEDDINGS M D : .
the Supremacy of the Constitution of the United can be, that a majority of the Congressmen elected There is a negro circuit rider in this section A-'lKtnnti'! P. .IEItV AI::! ROBINbON SI D, GEORGETflFcOTT.
1ccsYork and to raise to !; SI n.CllicfofSnl""icnl.
In are trying money who it is thought, is doing more harm than good.
States : in which Constitution the above named will be democrats : and ns these two great States go, clinic JULIAN J. CIIISOLSI.! SI D ;
put it in operation. article thirteen is embraced, as part of the same' ; the Union. lie sports a massive 1 brass watch chain, and calls' AssiHtant" $SAMUEL: LOIII:: D, F. L. PARKER,
--- ...! the courts of law so hold and administer said article so goes himself a bishop.-Gtii/iesritle Era. 31 D.
f 11 It should be otherw Uc if the radicals succeed FEES COIII"-.1."or the
FOil THE I'rofcesorc.; $iOl ;
GEORGE WASHINGTON, the successful standard thirteen. IIPORT.\XT TO THE FLORIDA It\ILHOAD.-The :Matriculation: l
once. $5: ; >Demoui-tmtor 10; Graduation
4 bearer of only three millions freedrnen, U a. The Legislature has no authority in this matter in maintaining; their supiemacy Iu Congress, the Vera Cruz correspondent of the :New York Her $8O.( ________ __ __ _. __fnept. 32-vvlivv.: :
; any action on the same would be surplus- South, I fear, must prepare for the worst. Tho aId of Sept. 17th, under the date of Sept. 1st, discloses -
E. LEE the defeated champion
0 patriot; but ROBERT sage, it not intrusive. radical leaders boldly) avow their purpose, iu thai the following important information! : '

of eight millions, engaged in a like ctnise, The committee therefore, ask to be excused I event, to pass a "law" next inter, over the Presi "There N a great deal of talk about Marshall O. South rll IIlllJOrt} amI EXDort

is a traitor. from the further consideration of the same, and dent's veto of course, providing the unintcrrupt Roberts' speculation for a line to the Pacific, \ia

..-. they herewith respectfully return the communication ed session of Congress from the 4th of March next Fernandina and Cedar Keys, Fla., and the Isth-
The Muskingum river was higher on last Saturday of the Honorable the Secretary: of Slate of I mu" of Tchtttintcpcc." COl\fJANY.
to the 1st of December, so as to have the Prcsidcnl
the United States. We have great ivasons to believe that work
than since the fool of The I
great sixty. -_ ...-.- -- entirely under their control, and then to depose him will commence ou the road here in very short -0-
c Central Ohio Railroad has been broken since We clip the following sad paragraph from the I by another "law"' end try him by impeachment. time.-Ib. I

"Wcdensday, and the crons along Licking and Charleston Courier. Will not the ladies of Florida This may sound wild and unreasonable, but It Is "To WHAT CASE USES: ," &c.-Hon. Philip Fraser I, I lItERAL ADVANCES LL liE MADE ON ALL

Muskingum rivers seriously damaged. who delight in good works and have already nevertheless a design that Is seriously entertained who holds the office of U. :Judge for the j Piodncu for every for European descrinlion) SIiuKcf.Oiders of Slerehaudisu. or Slachlnery ,

------ by TUADEUS SIEVESS, BOVTVVELL of Massachusetts, Northern District of Florida, IMS recently disgraced promptly and judicloiitlv! attendcliio.
done much the
DEATH GEX. LE.\DBE.\TElt.-Rocltsw/ again come to rescue ? \VE>DELL I'IULU, SCUEXK aud WiLSON ; and what himself end the high position which ho Byanniiiementmucently niacin, the Company is uow
OE HON. JEFFERSON DAVIS. From prepared to fill orders forEurOlJean
a privateletter they decide on is usually followed by the party.DALLAS.. holds by appearing as a delegate to the Black
Y. ,''<'))(. 27.-Gen. LEADBEATER, late of the Con which we have received from the estimable and White Disunion conclave at Philadelphia

federate army, died of apoplexy Clifton, Canada wife of the distinguished prisoner at Fortress -.. .- .- _- Fred. Douglas, tIme nigger, was also there, and so Goods, :.
Monroe, we learn with inexpressible regret that were O. B. Hart John W. Price and C. L. lob-
West,last night. He belonged to )1olilc.and and deliver the same In fiom two to three months' time.K. .
his health continues ib .
decline, and that the pecuniary New York Correspondence. mason, white men, "so-called. A black delegate
left a considerable sum of money and valuable circumstances of his F. FLOYD, President, Jacksonville.E. .
family are becomingvery ; from Louisiana att"wptcd to speak, but uim
effects where he died. embarrassing. Nothing! is known to Mrs. NEW YORK Sept. 23, IbG6. Speed, (white man,) President of the convention, ., T. P.1XEgcut, Liverpool), ''.. .
\ T. CUNN1NUH.VSI::
Davis of the probable future of her husband: and told him to "dry up." Whereupon the black Asrent, Savannah.
The lIon. JAMES JOHNSON, the new Collector we confess to see little encouragement to hope for Edituft &/itiutl: I presume your lady renders are delegate dr'til. Fred. Douglas however "spokea 15-Um J. T. BERNARD:: Agi-ul, Tallahasjec.: .
of his early release. It is now rendered quite quite ready, by this time, for the fashion items I sept
this the Savannah probable -
of port, says Republican, speech, and so did Anna Dickinson, white ----- ---
the 23d, will take formal possession of his office that his trial for treason will never take promised them some weeks ago, so I will try to satisfy woman of strong mind. Black women did not N. A. IIAKDEE. I Gen W. W. KIRTLAND:: '
place, and there is but little clang"r to fear from them. speak-Ih. :Savannah, Geoigin, Late of North Carolina.

to-day. The business of the office is fully brought the "assassination" charges after the Conover cx- The fashions are changing just now, very fist ; CLIFFORD .\. KD p. Lute oC Rcpwell, Ga.

up, and the retiring Collector, Mr. \VOODBRIDOE, posures which havd been recently made. Meanwhile summer Is giving place to Fan-light cthcrial garments -. JXT.A.TXOrJ.A..L--- -0ri. -
leaves the with the satNf.ictory assurance ot the prisoner is dying from confinement,
post and his family are brought to the ot to others of more substantial make, but what A. HARDEE & CO.
verge starvation .
duties well performed.DtATII Is lost In lightness and airiness Is quite regained in ,
.. whilst the Government declines to restore II'HEEn'L\N'R) \ SAVINGS
- I
him to liberty and refuses to try him. flu added elegance, the superior attractiveness of COTTON ACT.ORS

QF A SOX OK TilE FllEliClI MlSlSTtiu -----.-- --- the materials aud tho tout ensemb't of the Fall cos _
ANt
-A dispatch to the N. Y. Times states that FROM PANAMA.-The steamer Arizona, from tumes. "Opening dn)"" came off last Thursday, and Trus"t ASP .
Ocnn.pnn.y.CHARTERED :
I intelligence has' been received there thaL a son of Panama, 23d, has arrived at New York, bringingone many new and charming articles of dress were presented : Gen3!

the Marquis do )MONTHOLON (French Minister,) million ou s hundred and thirty-seven thousand to the admiring maids and matrons of New BY CONGRESS. Commission Mcrcljants '- ./

an officer of the Imperial Guard of the French !and forty-eight dollars in treasure. York ; among them Dresses, Clonks, fcc., &c. But ESTABLISHED
I Approved March &1, 1S;:5.M. : IN 1336.
bo will
to more particular, commence with the
Army in Mexico, has been captured and shot by An act passed: the Legislature lo-jkiug towards
the Mexican Liberals. Bonnets' which are nearly all small, simply crowns T. HEWITT, l'reshieut.D.| L. LAMBERT bvcl'y. :y1L11.i11: : ; ..cozizi.sept : .

..-..... separating the State' from the General (Govern with a rim, some round, some square, some oval, Principal Office-87 Cedjrfctrctt, New York (American __ 1)finFIITERS I ____ _. __ ___ __ __u _
ment. Prospect of success:: not encouraging. The some bout to the shape of the head, when the hair U Exchange Bank lllldin!!.)
GEN!. SICKLES I : ACCEPTS A COLOXLLCY is TILE -
: country is in a more unsettled and deplorable arranged iiiasnc buck and front. Tho latest styles TE--J: : E
Gen. SICKLES has !Branch in
KEG ULAII ARMY.- intimatedto Tallahassee
: condition than ever before.-Business on the coast are larger, lOre called the "Talletn," the "Mezzaro," ,
the War Department his acceptance of the ap the Euirenle" and the "Lnmbnlle. IN THE UNION BANK BUILDING
actiro and cotton growing on the increase. A -

pointment' Colonel in the regular army. lIe return of Spanish invaders are looked for, '1 he "T lIeen" Is of turquoise blue velvet with around DEPOSITS of Oue Dollar-and upwards received The HOUSE

will soon be mustered out service on his volunteer perked up brim reminding me of tho fronts ot .' In thi* Savlnip Bank will be keut
of
and the the has
patriotism received
people
afresh safely on lutercut, and will bu paid back lo the diMiotitor,
rook, but whether he will retain his present and powerful i lil pulse. tho bonnets worn fifty years ago, only smaller.- principal und Interest, when called for.
tinder his The and curtain both well interest allowed on all sums of five dollars urd
command new rank, remains to be crown are defined ; across upwards TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
-- --.-.- --- which shall have been on deposit! for six mouth .
determined. the top of tile former a wide blonde scarf is passed, previous to tbe Orel day of Jauuary and July in each \ .
REPORTED TROLTJLE TUUKEV.
1 1- ---. WITH -A bpecial which descends low, and on ouo tide of this a pearl ytur.Whun.in This : ,

COLONIZATION OF THE BLACKS.-The American 1- to the Herald dated London Sept. 30th, buckle fastens a email white ostrich plume.Of iambi of the surplus accordance each with depo.llorill the Charter receive a division 1111 share U First-Class Hotel, :}

Colonization Society has received applications says: In consequence of a difficulty which has the "Eugenie"-the b-Jm of which la smaller of The the surplus addition to the regular Interest. WITH ALL TIlE MODERN IMPKOVESIENTS, ,:
Bank bad
tuna far bevu able
:.
from) sIr, hundred colored people at the existed for some time past between the U. S. and more round and flaming, something like the Interest to pay flve-ycr cent. ;

::.. South for, a passage to the Republic of Liberia, consul at the UUnd Cyprus and the Turkish au- "Tallceu,"-the crown U rather larger, and the capo All Investments the profits belong mode iu the United States fk-caretlct IS NOW OPEN 1

and the society has asked the New York branch Ihoriiics the U. S. Consul at Constantinople, U cut out like crescent and set up around It, so as Interested d"polillors-uo others are For the reception of GHIM-. .

Mr }i. S. MOBRIS, has demanded 1 full satisfaction to surmount the chcgnon. If the bonnet Is of dark' Branches have been establl-licd In nearly all the South J. J.UK&UN ,
to assume one-third the expense in fitting out era cities from Baltimore to New Orleans. jj: CD., .
from the Sulu n and his Cabinet. velvet, the cape may be lined with scarlet or any FRAXK Kyl >-lm
/: the expedition.! The board has the subject under Pendingthe bright contrasting color and ornamented with W. WEBSTER, Acting Cashier. I'I'opl'lctol.-
( consideration. negotiations which took place, Mr Hoiuus jet 1
...-. ... communicated exclusively, all black bonnet being considered this APPROVAL OF TIlE PRESIDENT. WANTED m .
)
with Admiral
I and
Gainsborough season highly I cordially approve of the laudable and buuevolcut oblects .
distinguished.
Thu' Pittslmrg ,Convention was a failure the of the -Freedman' \iESTIi3 to t'JOO) PCI MONTH .1
U. S. ship T C'olllleroJ1which being off the Savings and Trust Company." 1 and tat Ui-tidemeu. .
33
The "Mczzaro" $ to (75 for
Is named after tho head-dress of chartered at the last session of Congress : and In its Ladles, l'1''r\whArc. to tUlrodnce
attendance from other places than the immediate of Venice was sent operations, I commend It to the active the Comlllun Seuso 'ulUUy J-
port Cyprus. the Neapolitan women which it resembles. It has Secretaries of War, Navy and Seiving :M.chlnc. Improved ,
of that small. Few a and Treasury for such facilities in reaching the perfected It will bl'nl fell llIch. quilt bind bnlld,
neighborhood city being Freedman and
--- .MARIE\ : STEWART" front of black lace, bound with and fortUe sale keepingand transrnUsion of filUd Ii tho elastic embroider bctlUlJrllll-lirlee only I;O-Ipnklll: thu
distinguished General. were present as vvilllw THE RUMORED COLLISION: is TEXAS.-Official civet and ornamented with jet and a square crown Company may necd; IInd IUII'III *be COB public Iien'lce. wages: or n eommlsijloll
from which Ice
seen by the following! list: Generals BUTLER, despatches from Texas deny the rumors current scarlet velvet, dotted with jet, and surrounded (SJ''I1cd; ) ANDREW JOHX 0\ that amount CaD,be Illude \4rpai, or cull on _his

BANKS, Cox, PALMKH DEVENS, MCALLISTER, 'here of a sangucary collision in that State between with real lace, whichfalU over tho chegnon. The WitsGlngtoim: D. C. :May 6th, ISU3.APPROVAL :. Juice, Xo. :)'.13 South I'Ifthsu'eet- ('. BOWERS, .t CLL I'd.

i BAULOW BARXCJI, C0i.i.isIlAHTiuxFTGEAKY1 -the citizens and military. The rumors are ornaments consist of; black real lace! barb and a OF TnE GOVERNOR. I term.AU letters n"8Wered Promptly, with 'circnlars") .and 4 -

FiKNsvvoRTii and HAMUS, suppobed to have grown out of the Brcnham bright black Lead of a bird on the bide of tile crown, EXECCTIVB DEPARTMENT, I i.I i. __ sept 1-1m .
--- -'-'" -- with a white aigrette springing out of Its tall. August 201b. Ina. i
Tejegrauu from Cape Breton to New Fouud.c affair, which was magnified into an importancethe The "Lumballo" in black lace Hack velvet, and Jecls concur ot the with above President namcd In'lllllllolI Johiuo ,In pad approval\\"onll1 ot bc the ob. BLACK SMITHING -
facts In connection with which could not be glad to
land state that the gale of the 23d and 24th ut, flue jet U a very good style for Full wear, It is ornamented ace BMlncbel established In 'Iorldn.
c: made to warrant,,-WaJt, Dttputrh (i PJiila (!";,'1'od' D. S. WALKER. TilE Blllcbmllhtng bll-llle. In till orts
was of universal severity, sweeping over the with handsome Jet cluiins, or with sIde liOl', of'In. heretofore launches, wilt bo 1'IlITIod nit 011 .

whole island of New Fouudland, and prostrating Ledger. _. ----- "wings" black which form a drapery about the APPROVAL bv the nnrlo..If.'I1ed., ot. time old t1Iuler talld of the H. 11. FlITS _
face, and arc used as a substitute for veils OF THE GENERAL.,; d neo of HEXUIn'tS.. fIiJICIUl'l1, \ -
the tfclftfrapli vjres ""rmiles.t I AN EXAMPLE FOR THE WHOLE SOUTH.-The neither HEAD QiMBTia I?. S. FoncEi .
:]JIlL: FIELD arrived at St John on the 25tb committee of the Texas House of Representatives the round veil nor tile long veil taking kindly] tQ the a 1} regard S the Tallahassee .'ht.lIg.. i'O.FLORIDA I"'id t, i i TIlItIlIIlI..ee.AII. .tf., KMZABETH O. 1'IT'fS.43 .
email bonnets. Another' "Lamballe1' object sought to be Wined by the ----. ...
fo which was referred the constitutional very pretty al Nation\ --- .
Midway > Freedmen1 : -- --- -- ---'--""
from hating left the Terrible ami Saving anI! Trnst : t-- -
Spediac, and for Full wear, U of white Italian straw edged Imlortaul. and tho Company n s laudable and
amendment passed by: Congress forwarded with establishment of a Branch
iu
l
1'ailaha
in the elrulls of Northumberland engaged by the Secretary of State has refused to enter black lace and ornamented wIth a wreath of .W. to the tame way as branches are etltllbllebud In other School Notice., ,

in layingii; new cable between New Brunswick. tain the question and tasked to' be excused from I iinull lute dainty mounted ou black velvet and al ire hou.ihern!\: !*****cltle of.,depositors ai calculated white to promote as well 'Mud.CC000iii3uumou' 'lISSES MARY and SARAH I1E.IWtrt"l eoi'"!H 3' I 1

and Priace Ed ward's) Island iu further consideration. > having long lender jet chains: to fall over the cheg- bell\lr\'ry dttic. Il\ignCC\! ) J. G, }'OI>'fiaSf:: OehObcr School un Monday, the first day of next mouth,
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LOCAL DEPARTMENT,. oration, mid the 'proceeding throughout markedby M. .LIVELY '
harmony and creat enthusiasm. It Is gratifylnjr ,

... h__ ______ __' ____. __ __ _. _. to know that even East Tennessee I Is '
Sec the advertisement of Mr. T. W. SIIINC, 1\lio has miikTiitf effort to free herself from the ilommr: G W. Scott W, G. Poole A. M Scott. 1 1 TAIL
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lost n sleeve button.-.--.-.---- _lion of.(.Urott nlo\.\' ._ I {
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THE SrEAMcu:: GOVCKNOH MAHVIS:<1 arrived nlSl. I DEALER IN -
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Marks( yesterday and\ leaves for Ncw Orleans thIs .

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TUB SouTimnx .-We fire Indebted to LOST. ,
v TlniiVfliiy lie .lIh 1 InM., one 101"(1'loll h"\'e hut II lie
! tlic gentlemanly Agent of the Southern E.\IIR'H! ( ) \\ltlitliolfttcrsT.W.H.uiigraveilonit.l The anle-r 33
Company, Mr. MVEHS, for \ favors.AtKSOwt.CDuMK.XT.Wo will he liberally rettimlcd hy returning Ilia enmo to inn i In I
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:Mrs G. A LAMB, who has just I'clul'lled from New L. L. .0 E \l Il.JL'Y :
York 1th her fall nnd winter stock of millinery; WHD1ESALB AND 'RETAIL STORE f

goods, for Into papers Brass Foii1m and( RBlJair a! ShOD TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA _
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}'nF.SIIIUJ.J.cTWe: : notice Hint thin most deli TALLAHASSEE, FLA, SULPHATE AND ACETATK: 1\rom.J(1\xIEIIVET....
clous of the llnny tribe from our eonsl, nro being \ by ....:.: -:.;!:_

dully brought to the city In great; quanlltlce, niu 1 ENGINES AND"MACHINEEIof /'i UM'OITUM (Pimm[ : TCKKEY1 : : ),
>T
\ For mlo l>y _MyKLY.. _
exposed the market for gnlo.: all Undi put np nnd rl'pulrcl.rn.s TA'LLAEA.SSEE: FLA.AB .- -
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UININIaioorsofminasnIprovedbrauls:
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"_'.o.eSToitlt -u. Carartin.gsof : : () For m\v\ at Ito Drug Store of )1. Ll\'EI.1.J .
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1 Yesterday was one of those cool, cloudy; nay pattern furnished<< to order
ANrrAtllieDniabtoioof
and days which, at thIs season, are ominous: K"EUOSExiroiL; LA31I'4,
dreary Wrought-Iron Piping Supplied )LIVELY.
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of equinoctial gales. The wind was high nil day, ------- -- ---- --- ;
IRON CASTINGS 1)C'RE LINSEED: : OIL,
with occasional light rains, causing our citizens to from 5 lo 73: pomuh In weight ftirnHiud. JL Fur sale at the Drug Store, of )C. LiELY.1)CRE .

make their appearance on the streets more warmly; Terms Cash on Delivery of Worl 150ILED LINSEED OIL: (EimllnM-, -

clad than to usual tit this time of year. Shop on the south side of -h'ectltnUng out to the J...:_ Jr.-II' !.< nt thoJDrn.i !?_Sore! .!:. of. .. JL( .. LIVELY.
< -'-'-'"--- C'olhige-! oct ll-flt SPIRITS TURPENTINE: ,
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9' Cool. DECIDEDLY!I-The Columbus Sun of a lute I ._O._KoreMenUlieli'ngStiicjuf!! I! _:M.JF'orsnlontibo1rug81mcuf LIVELY.

date says that n written notice Is posted on the entrance I Tallahassee String Band LEA D, No. 1 Ext rn and 1'ul'e!, "
; _! .:;I I O ':. __:M. LIVELY: .
,' of the Court House, which statcn that i II I : '

pocketbook has been found on the State Road Tin rPHIS Excellent Hand of Colored Muclclnns reJL GREEN: fain PAINTS. ironed:; Dry a\llll1 Oil, .
I nt the. Drugstore of M. LIVELY.rpCBE
writer adds that lithe owner will advertise the five sportfully Inform the public that they arc nowprepared Stock of Goods( of Sort ----- -- ---- -
to furnish the best music for Dunces, '.e Every PAINTS: for Artists' tile,
in the Columbus papers, describe the book and offer Nlcp, &1'., on reasonable term" A" !:or .ule bL._ _______ ar. LIVELY.ITU'SOII .
he obtain hIs Apply at the Baiher Shop of J. M. Thnr'lnii. oct I-U -
reward for its rcovcry can property; .. ?. .. : SALTS lurse cuiiply,
and no questions will be asked This Is decidedly!; 1\J-_ For' sale. nt thu Prim !Store of M. LIVELY.ENOLISir ._

cool, but will give the finder 'lnd the newspaper Long Pond Mill. C'01'PEilABbytlio,; )nimnd or barrel,

1 some funds and the owner his property.OFFICIAL ___ !I[' fit the I Drug!\ '.Store t ..ol'-._ M. LIVELY.

--'-'-' --- '' 'underlined: : HETtlLsB-The the ofllclal JL lends and\ tho ImbUe generally, that ho I1 now pn'- ) __ For atool, t\ta\ Drug\\ loraot( M. _LIVELY.UOYAL :. ,
lolloping arc pared to furnish Lnm Die best quality short notice -- ---
) returns of Leon county for Representative: and on an reasonable term as any mill In the :Mate, 'i'CR1iiS11'ro\'ELs.
Mv Hill la located 13 miles due east of Tallahassee, end \ !. the General Assembly, wMch have been ki'uclly burnished 3 miles north of Station No. 2, 1'cn and On. H. II.

us by WESTCOTT:I -oct1m-- .-. -.- -- --p,-M.:: BUNKER. '\ WE OFFER TO MERCHANTS; PLANTERS; OTHERS : FEVKIl-at-I the--: DI'II"AXAGl'E\:Store; of C'fRE,M. LIVELY,

PRECINCTS D.\YIS rIsnIn, w LSTCOTT.a Osooofrs INDIA CIIOLAGOQCE"aenniucx) -
FAll AND WINTER GOODS nt the Drug: Store: cif 111. LIVELY
Centre\'ille..., .. 27 ::3 B -- "
Tallahassee. 20 :3;:$ 118 AT THEFASHIONABLE OITALLENBErtGKn'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
O_ Fur sale..nt..the Drug. :More. ,of : ._ _Jr.: LIVELY.1LOMEf.RLSUIILIMATED .
neeosuklc.. .. .. 47 00 :3rlaukfoaa. MILLINERY '

.. ,.. 00 00 GIamona. AND AT THE mm CASH PRICES _O_ .Far eaie...!fit tliulh-iis I Store t ,of __ Jf._ LIVELY.

4 .. .. .. 7 00 00 OLD POUT WINE of p"leI'loqIlUIit\ )', for meiUciil pur-

Sfutlon Nol.:3: 00 10 Dross ]r akBr'S Establishmollt \ for pale by.. _. ._._ _____ M. LIVELY .
Young's... .. .. ., 11 00 6 PHYSICIANS'' '' CASES! ,liaudaomelv ailed with
OF ,' h)' :)tivELY.
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Q.os---. I OPPOSITE A. HOPKINS' STORE.MRS. \ for pale: .!liy ___ __ n M. LIVELY .
(For the Sentinel.) c EWIXG-JfACIIIXE OIL, used 1'0l'u1l line machine,
i "TEACHING- NCGIIOES IN CHlIUHiS: I LAMB; respectfully Inform! the ladies of Tall. _._ iorjiilujit: 1 thulriij! _:Store. of( ______51. LIVELYniITEWAMl _
tad vicinity that she has list returned from
OF THE WHITES." New York city with a general aeaortment of goody In her Our Wholesale and Retail l Departments are Separate \\ IHl'bl1r., till sinus,
l EDITOR SENTINEL : In reply to K.'s article which line of business, comnillng the latest styles of( _For sale! .fit. _the Jlrtt Slorc t at' M-, -LIVES r.rI'OOTII .

In the Floridian of the 5th Inst. I will elm- BRfSlE'! n larMortui!: ut,
appeared Dress Hats Bonnets Flowers &c
Trillings
sale at lie t
__ : .Wnig! Stoic of _.M._LIVELY.
: p ply say that he certainly could not have rend the nr- "
which, for .tvle. elegance, and richness, N not surpassed 1 ... TOllS C.\ "EJ.(. .I: t'O., LOXDOX:
: rend
tide ho refers to for who has
( certainly any one by nn yl hlns In the city. --------- --- ---'-
: ,11 it could understand It, If he has common sense 01H All kinds 1 of work In her line done\ promptly, and win.
ranted, to m. oct 3-tf HAIR
_. BRUSHES
any brains at all. 1 did no Injustice either by Insin- ----- -- -- ---

.. nation or open assertion to the Indies engaged in Administrator's Sale. Wo i arc .lust t Rcroiviug our Stock I : of I'UK-KMIXKN'TI.Y: [ EXCELLING ALL OTHKltS.Tlio'o .
Y teaching. 2nd. I did not say that an abolition hymn I

\fi hud been sung in the church, nor did I say that there IX puiauanec of an order from the lion, E.: I.. T. flake' i Bru-li in n rtf-iler.it.i"e. .Altlion-H wit leht l pa'1'0111Ihell1.ca,lll< !:all hll'rl.lIhh'elln..llIr the most, ) pet, Ieet
of Probate for the of Leon State of Florlda
Northern ladies the teachers who 'f| were among; were ] tightest Irrllaioi""C
< I will sell at public auction at the court house In Tnllahagsue the ,klll of tin heed 1, which, oom"1 prolioes .
1 disposed to infuse radical politics: into the minds of on tho first Monday In November next; to lie e\'cnlll"'lIInllll'e halllllO, 11I1111I'u.l; tied(

4* the colored] people. I defy any one who has com5 highest(nunrter section bidder, tho 19,touth-onst In township quarter 1, nOl'thofmngo1 of the iioith-wc,west; ALL AND WINTER GOODS I .'onIl; 111jnnli "
; mon sense to read the article and point out imy suchexpression t lie south-west quarter of the south-west quarter, the nort li.
::rv.x: :n:.
east quarter ot the south-west quarter, and 1 tho north-\\efs t I VEL Y.
the above. Here is what 1 said I
as give quarter of the south-etut quarter, section 13: ,In township
:.: verbatim.. "When we expect to have among us 1, north of range 2, west ; containing about one hnndrci ._' tf __. _. _____
and sixty (lost! acres. Also lot No. IT, In the original plai
Northern ladies and of tho above
gentlemen mentioned of the city, mid lot No. 4, In the ninth-west addition ol the GENERALInsurance
i stripe (which R. will see I is the radical stripe, city of Tallahassee, belonjjln to the cslato or Joseph) WII And liavo in Stoic :
Hams, Mild deceased. To be sold 1 hal '
late of county for
: if he will read the article, ) who will Instill Miss Politics
cash, thin other half six months credit
,,I'' into their youthful minds, tf c,," meaning of SOLOMON; OWKNS,
oot ;-\\lin ,\<1111'1' de binds lion estate. Jos..\\'ll1lam1 -, Agency
: course that these things were H expectancy and ----- ---- ---

.;, consequently. in desiring were to protect to take the place ladies] in to whom future he NowR. very s. s. MILLER Calicoes o s Delaines s Poplins ail Dress Goods s of All u."Vivowvx s sC RL-ks taken the

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\i;j wrongly and without cause thought I referred, has m\I.F.n; IS : by followingCJAXS Frils'r

J admitted that they were of the radical tripe, for .A.l.N'UT: v tM !; C''
:; 'Ullljalili's' againstor '; I.Oay
B radical stripe were the express words I used I .

i if think R. does the ladies gross Injustice admitting! Mahogony' & Pine Furniture, .\)\ \.\ \\. \\. ou\es\\cs, : Damage byBY a
!j such thing.. Now do not think they arc of the L i .1 i
:
radical I have thc for them : \O\\\. '6\ ,\', .; ; .
stripe. highest respect FUENfH AND L'OTTAUE: CIIAMDEU SKTTS ,

x :sjj and did not mean In my ]last article to reflect upon .-.\111"QQKlN.G 13e\1 rlck .\\\!., : FIE: =1LE
....J. them. But their friend H. has made awful adinisfaions : :
'i for them Ijy his blundering construction of (t: ( GLASSES. \\\. O\\\ 5\v\.\\.cti't

1 simple sentences. The Lord deliver mo from Bitch MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER. \ctw'S0\\S I I THE
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./' friends. 1 will any in conclusion that if the Bishop ( (Kulf ritato [iisuranci- Co'I'allaha)4ce

'I, did Invite the colored people to the church ho did No. 117 Bl'oughtulI.Stl't'd, C Jl\'=" \.\\\cvcs: ,

:' not Intend that they should sit In every I'elnUll ,, r.a. Home Insurance. Co. Columbus.Ifome
I HAVANXAII, G.\ }\o\\\.=, .
spit tobacco juice all over the church, uor did he

;1, intend that they should mix with the w lute child lept2 -\\Gm. _______ __--- i,!,i; .Fat 'aa,; Ii" 3, 'Ipl!: "\?\.\\\\\\\Xvi uVv CoXovft. : I Insurauce; Co., : : Savannali.
ren. I am not opposed to teaching them, but as L, C TEBEAU. \r. 1'uILLIPS,, I' :fir !t"I' /II '. ji I''O i ,' ''
\\)\\. 3c\\v\wv Sou them Ins tfc Tru-tCo. '
do
old is fast to >, (
our goad Bishop sinking his cold and \ ,i ,
TEBEAU & PHILLIPS '
t\i silent grave, and cannot attend to it as he formerly ; \\\\\\1, "Ocwxvxxs, Kmpire State Iu,. Co. : : ta.
: did, I think for that and the further reason that Wholc_ lc and Retail Dealers In .i.\.ugu> .

they have churches of their own where those dispos- _., ,;. \l\\\\ 'L\\\\C\\'Pt I lome[ Iiisiu-aiiee'; Co., : : : Kufaula.leflcrson .
?'' cd to teach them can go, it ought to bo stopped, "0\ ,
BIL1.01SSHlOES l\\\\ .U\\\'' '' .
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;',; and if it Is not there will l Le RS I said In illY List, great TII m'aulCo.\ ., : Virginia.: ,
,J trouble, I hope the vestry will notice it imincdl4 :

i ntely and let there he no more newspaper corres- Nets, Trttnks5: and; VatCsessNorthEat [[ lames River IiiMiraiice, Co., do

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)g Two Dutchmen, who built and used: in common SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Under\vriters' ssuciatiou
: do
> a small bridge over u stream which ran v
''';? through their( farm, hull n dispute concerning WE: Inrlto tho atteutloii of n))) lome[

i'., some repairs which it required, and one of them 1 FIUl'I Planters positively refused to bear any portion of tho expense '" PII l
itnam Insurance Co. '
'4 necessary to tho purchase of a few )plank] (?. L.A. Ci33WollAssorted : : : : IInrtf ) 'll.

Finally, the aggravated party went ton neighboring AND "
National Insurance
lawyer, IUllI, placing ten dollars in his hand, ._ -. (Jo. Xew Orleans
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said : ,
;. "I'll give you all dish moneys if you'll make MARINE
them
Andould tick to
respeclfully
Hans do justice uiit do ridge
) "How much will it cost to it?" asked! the I t! :. ; : J I
.;: honest lawyer repair ixaniins our Stock More) Buying Elsewhere, V rlro se cG @A Wi AND

: "Not more ash five tollar," replied the Dutch
1 Aso are determined to sell at theLO'"QVEST' IN[ LAM) NAVIGATION
1- mall ;,
"Very well," said the lawyer, pocketing one of E..A.T'ES' 11 Y THEiulf .' '

'fSH I the notes find giving him the other; "take{ this .\lIdolllho 1\l\\\\. \w\.t11\(\\\\ Jccco\\ets, 1\ \\\\. [\\\.\\ "\ \\\\ S\a\ss, : \
and go get tho bridge repaired ; 'tis the best
r course yon can take" 10ST UBxVSONAULE TERMS. r1 lWlh6 -\;\\\. \\. l\\\\\At.' -0 State IiiMiranco: Company. I
.1 "Yeah," said the Dutchman slowly, "yeah, dat
Mi more better ash to quarrel mit ilan.s;" but as _Sptml-\_! \tf_ ___ j>-__. ____ 'l.\\\; \\. (l\\\\\W\ \\ \\\.\\\: \'t.\ \c. 5, '\ \\\\. l\\\\\ v. \\\\wO'C\\
he, went as if unable along,homo after he nil,shook to see his quite head clearly frequently how- Wakulla Sheriff's Sales ; bitten Setts,,"i lo\\tW s ,"\\ \\ \\ b, &e.. &t. Home Insurance doUnderwriter.s' "' /',' .

ho had gained any thing by going to law. : '
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A Bi li.W'l'l1'l'I: ,KITTEN.-Tho Darlington (WU.) directed, wherein Alfred It. Harvey'Executor, Is
Democrat relates the following very probable alI : "While of will offer for eale, before tho Court house door nt Crawford ,
story one our business men was taking ,'
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wflle, on the fist \ \ next, within
quiet walk last Sunday near the fair grounds, Ihe usual hours of sale, the following property, to-wlt: LIFE :FOLiaiES.'V'HV '
;.;. he discovered beautiful striped black kitten in Section 2-1: township 4, raugo 2, ton\ill and west, six 'I "':
%. his path. He nt endeavored indrcd and forty(0-Ul)acres; and tho south-west quarter '
once to make its TUB ,' ,
of section IILtf ; aJl.c1.: :i
section fii I and eouth-ciiHt quarter 30, and the I : Ca.-ps.
acquaintance; and had succeeded in getting hold aorta half of section 81, township 2, r.ingo 1, south and : ;
r of it w'henlie suddenly changed Ills mind 1 and east, six linndred and forty (( E came to the conclusion ho wouldn't. Tho kitten west quarter' of section 8(1.( townxhlp, range 1, south and ,
iI. o. east huudicd and bixiy (HIO) acres. Containing In all ,
0110 ;; .
i.- went its way and the citizen started for home 1.41j,}acres, upon \\hlch lucre or) valuable improvements. i '-'lTr--.rnr; -- ---- OF NEW YOHK. ,- / ,
-t;, Every one he passed held his nose, and men,women Also forty (10) head of cattle, two (i)mules,one(II 1)sore .' J ,+
and children fled from him as though he until colt t two l?) wagons! nnd sixteen (till) head of hop). -:--- ,
Levied on as the properly of Irecr :M.: Hutton, and to behold u hind tho cholera. On :Monday: morning there win Ti arrive in few Groceries Hard and or Personal! IU'.1
to sntl.'fy said[ exociilion and cost tins hue iltli day of a days, = \varo Cutler-, Wood andWillow :
u'uew-mndogravenear his residenceinnhich: September, 18til.! A, HALL jury, br the ..d
was deposited ft suit of 'store clothes. AVc understand septiT-w 1m_ _ Shi-rltf!) Wukulla County i AVare, Iron, Roots and Shoes: Clothing, :Notions, Cl'ockel'IIwl :1'j

kittens" he says ho has no further curionitv about JULIAN BETTON, I Glass I AVare, and everything to make up a complete stock, all of AvliichuWili Company; I' ,
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EAST TEXJJESSEE: : ,-There was u grand rally I I '''\ ., fi'- I 1. .. .J .ay) |(J',, of the the I loots Shoes and Leather 1- o --- :
conservative .
masses at Knoxvilto on hift ( : ,1 i' it' .I"tllI
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political l9th and gathering 20th. it is ever said: assembled to have been In that the largest end of''' TALLAHASSEE, FLA, 1 I, \:: 'I."lJlI'v for C ash :', 'M' ,GULF fj'lllit Polll'lcf tu tile'nmdursIpf,11ed ,Ill\pt till'!!!+.; oliicoaof/ 1bif 1:.oSl'lii, :":

the State, Resolutions endorsing the Philadelphia-1 I I' Flftt boor North: of the State Bank ,, 'Ii hahasnoo STATE. I 'lN, I'URANt'k, H"" (,'f'tHfl'\Sf I. .' slat: .,rr n';Tal.. -: t I l' i

White Men's: Convention cro adopted by acclu-IA !I mdt'U-ly ) C-lm ..;, It : ll-UJ:j B. C, LEWIS.y .' ,, .





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BY SHOBER & OLIVER.Tnllnlinior .. IN TIlE MONROE BUILDING, PRATORIUS & CLARK, j

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1'fthn.1R)-, October C, SCO. -' ..ita> :" :...K .., READYMADE CLOTHING ; "\\rEnro now retching n fine n..ortm nt of Cloths, ('Al.shmucrO .

-. .. .- -. r!I. -- Vesting", Linen floods Clothing and I'nr.nlshlngoonds .
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';,. ':. f. 'Ir' ronel.tlnl, In pnrt, nf the following: .
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IFnv siion.n rvr.u GET n.UtRun. .,...- _. .(1oJI.'It : MAMMOTH. run :MEX, YOUTHS AND 15OYS. Fine Black, blue nml HrowlI Itrnndclotha; ,

If VOlt should e'er pet married, John, Black Doc'Kln.Kaiicy Spring CnoBlmcrci;
('11 tell yon whnt to do- Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Blue Flannels Blnck Drap'd Etc; .
Blnck nnd Colored Italian Cloths'
little tenement SHORE
Go get it
Ju.t Wg enough for two I HATS, CAPS, &c. White, Colored and Fancy Linen huckt t .'
White Colored nnd Linen ,
Fnncy
And one spare room for company, I Drilling ;
bed within "- Black nnd Brown Silk Mixed Coatings;
And one p\'llro\ CAPT. JAMES TUCKER. Ali\> constantly on hand, a variety of
o
And If von'd bczln love's life aright, I IJ Fancy nnd Whito Marseille
l'ou'a better thin begin It. IllnckSIlk' Velvet nnd Silk \'estiiigs! ; !y'
BROAD llL o.Ir XL White, Brown nnd Huff Linen Shirts; .
: I? UK Kail ;;
ninulnrp And lot( the, be Muffed modern chair! ,Jolin wait,: \\\ \'\\\.\\.\!. \\\ "V3. '\\ \\\. jJO PRINTING I Cotton Linen anti and PmierCollnr"Jlerino Half.Ilo"c Lisle;Thread : "

One looking cla's will\ do for both. Silk :Mixed and Fancy Cassimorcs, Flue Cotton and Gauze Merino Undershirt ;
Yonrwlf and lovlnjr; mate; Finn Linen. Fine Jcnns ;
And Brn'scls,too. and other thliiR; r 'It 1\:' Steamer, iinrcliaaod' : nnd fitted np\ eapresty for the MARSEILLES r DRILLS, Cotton Flnnnel, nnd Murlno I UiulcnbhTii \\ hich make a line (Jpnearnncc.) I inside route hrlucrn Pavnnnnli and Horlda, loa>c I I Lisle Thread, Berlin nml Kid Gloves;
If ron can better afford it, tnoy Jacksonville UVEHV THCUSDAV NIGUT after arrival Handkerchief. Black and Fnncy Silk Ties and Cravats?t
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Will better look a year hence. of tho train from Tallnhnwct*, and arrives at Savannah oil And a General Assortment ol HIP Finest Suspenders:! Cashmere Ovcrnhirts;
SATUltDAY MORMNO limo to connect with New \
.. :Some think they 1011,1 have ,nief.iron:, John, York "Ienllwr' .
VEST INGS ALSO A FIXE
I Superb and costly.too, IHmrapim: liy l.all Road can pc on board ImmediaM) ESTABLISHMENT. LOT OP
,11be\ picture, John arrival ;Jacksonville without
Tone wife Upon At irxiuzto a hotel.
i MEN YOUTHS
AND BOYS'SPRINGANDSUMMER
,
Let that suffice for yon.Remember K. mum.:, LINEN G09:08" I : a
how the vlso man said. Ajcntat .Tnek. lIme. .
A teiiland love within It, .. Cr.AGIIOllN A CUNNINGHAM, &c. &, Ac. &c. ic.
l.better than i a splendid minute.house, June l-tf. Agents at. _Savannah.. may
With bickering cv'ry -
: 2SfmARTIFICIAL CLOTHIN"G.
(to eooklmr, John- I
And one word If I
Yonr wife can do that be-l' I ,
the.hlcuit riie. I mch S7-tf! __ _
For love, to make THE CITY HOTEL i -
l In better far than yeast. IIA.RMS i\ND LEGS
No matter If each day j'on don I
Urine turkey to Ilii ,table: I In cuunccUuti ivith the >twfpnper, we Uc jail fitted np .1. 11. HANDEHSON. C. K. WILKINSON.SANDERSON .
'Twill totter relish by and by,f .. : ... .. ... .... .... .. ... .... ... ..... .... .
When you are beiter: nbl,'. OITOMTE rUE l.U'ITOL.TALLAHASSEE. I I AN ANATOMICAL
I B.ill and kut-Jointi'd Lc with Side Motion at the
For all;you buy |wy money, John, ;; !
Ankle like the Natural One and aLIFELIKEELASTIOITYS
4 Money that every day- FLORIDA & WILKINSON
life smooth ,
{von would have your run ,
There Is no better way.A THE !MOST C0.1IPtF.Tr I
note to pay l I.,an ugly thin, _
BY J. L.
(If thin?you rhooo to call Itt) McGUFFIN. WHOLESALE!: DEALERS IN
When It ban o'er a man who ha, INVENTED BY A SURGEON I
No flhIt1eIk hi* wallet, I"
rpll E Troprietc r of tut*Hotel inlorin! the public generally
And now wheii yo.i aro married John.Don't L and tnnelers particular that he ftill live,and hold" THREE PATENTS IN ARMS !
try to ape the rich; forth at the above place as of old. To his frl,' d. nudac.cinilntanLO .
It took many toil-orao envied niche year.To it i I. needless to ray nnthine; but to allfrici.d 1 New Orleans, La.. Xo. 77 Carondolet :Street., Harness &
Min their
;
And IT you'd R..ln the summit, John hceontinne'( *. acquaintances to fiirnifh the nndetranpere bo Look well to your bclnnln: ,
.\nllhell will all you win repay. the suit city the tra\cler.alToid; Meal There w is ill a be AmiHicd at any hour to ELY, M. D., I
The care and toll of winning.A : .
and Anatomist.T
Surgeon
..
SOUTHERN CmYEXTlos.Theell1l'his\ FINE BAR ROOMattached 3! Address Dr. Ely at nearest Office. July 21-lin ST. ANDREWS II \LL,

of the people of
Appeal l'op"'sesConu'ntioll: NOTICES JTO
the South by duly decUil tltkgatt, to meet at f Dlt Hotel.here the beet Liquor c.u be fOIlIl<\. v>
some central"point and qualified by an immediate The motto of thl" hotel i je. a- it has always been "We IN THE STATE.We PLAN"TEB.aWANTING BRQUCHTON STREET

commission from the people to express:: their strive: to plea'e.: __ _. June_ 21-ly:: CHO OLS

vindicate their policy\ and .
ntiincut and purposes

by the from travcKns tlw foul adventurers nsprrsions:: heaped hailing upon from them this (n lEflht 1 0 U Iii I A ATE LEn ILP\ P II IIlublblH',1.1 HAVING BEEX Schools APPOINTED Freedmen_, SCPERIXTEXDEXT In I 8-tr SAVANNAh, GA.

section, t\luluow on a pilgrimage: : through the hare gone to great ex ease to procnro state of Florida in the place ofL. M. IUny_ _
Northern Stau-s, .awakening by their slanders persona wishiiii Teachers, nnd the9 i

and lalsfhocxls the most intense animosity ngninstus. .; :)ilaCCHl! ; Georgia, Post vishinu'Ofllce.! Schools and when,will address present,me n 111 through find # i i SADDLE

The Appeal says: "\Veniut !submit to inconveniences tho Methodist Parsonage, in this
DAILY AND WEEKLY: city.E. I ,
1 1
nnd expense. It is a duty we owe B. DUNCAN,

to our country and to our destiny. A Convention JAMES H. :SNEED AND SAML'EL: : UOYKIX, may 3-tfi _______ Snpcrinlcr.dent.
of the lfepro!'CiiUtives of the people fUrlydectevlliy 4- HARNESS AND CARRIAGE }
the people, should ba held-at Huhmotul EDITORS. NEW TYPES 'rHE Fr.OnIDA'EXCa.A.N"GE

or Memphis, or cUewherc as may: be de-
'('{'nn" of iibicriiKloii : : : : : ESTABLISHMENT.
termi..ed to.express, in unmistakable: language
the Southern feeling ami 'termintnion-avv" Daily edition, perul1l1\1l11.. . .. .. ...*r2 (l\) OX TilE CORNER OF MONROE STREET.

lug the great piinciplesot government which \\"etkly edition, per annum :.. .. .. ,. .. 4 (\) OPPOSITE THE CAPITOL. a
ready t<* npport and presenting HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT:
the people are I
Subscription received for the D.iily for less than a year
_, Goods, coneixtinx
eohiO.tUl _
in language of their r- F-' 1. .
chims to representation:
their l
rate.
at the same .
.C __
Of the Latest : -
own. The delegates should be elected-not appoiuted. The new proprietors of the TELEGRAPH: are resolxedtosp.ireno Designs; II tilt 1).lIppUed thc "-,,., ,.. --- -.-- _.' very : Gentlemen's and Ladies' Saddles,
make the
labor or to it LKADIXOpnperofthcStntelfuot
They would Uicn come directly from expense of the South. In addition to its { E. wrtatc.aFINEST E Fine Double and Single: harness t,
the people, nnd their declarations would have reiul.u4 corps of JlltoN-who: are men of much expert- LIQUORS .fiJ Bridles] Collars and Whips,
the consistency and force which would be paramount nee. well and faorably known iu the South-we Ime that can In- Saddle Cloth,
,
of employed able correspondents at most of the leading found.ICE. Shoe Findin of etery description.
to that: has yet given assurance Leather of all kinds
any 1'011113'ortmero.t-ollch as M'ashinston, Sew York, Paris, .
Southern Union: feeling. Liverpool &c. will be kept on hand every day daring the summer, Traveling Satchels and Trunks """ '
"We make the suggestion; under the full belief LEIDINU F&Tl'nE.Tb. leadin\! :; feature in the TEL. New Power Press and e\cry refreshment. provided that can be found In any Saddle nll .imilnr hnieutiu
the Sonih.
I lido which is fGR: tnt! will belts IIu\llon to the rights, interests and Carriage Trimmings,
that nothing can stay the corrupt frt'linirs i bearing the Government to destruction, without nonlit 1 lift them up from the \\ille\ of hnmilUtlon exhort Lite Newspaper.from e"'Q' hart of the country. North 1111>,.., shafts. Spoke?and Rial,
the interposition of some friendly Providence, them toaforjjetfulncstof thejtast, except it, glories and ai.d Sont!:. Buggy Axles and prln3.CARRIAGES ,
THELARGE AND COMFORTABLE BILLIARD SALOON -
their arm* for the :arduon niggles of the future.
leave nothing on our part nerve )
but it is our duty to
\:11.\11I
CoMxcr.nu. DEl'llTVE"TThe commercial dej>art- np prove pleauut place of retort to
undou. / :The people of the whole South should mont of the TELEcJltAPH will recehe special attention.Dailr those who indulge in the game.jnsyMtr I AND J3UGGIIS

speak through Convention of delegates, ((10 thenumberol' reports ill beri\en of all the leudlng! markets oftheCnion. ______ w. A.NOWLIN.P : I!
Congressional:: Districts, or even more ; toietherwith full weekly ro\icw"of the local of every description.
Maunfcctnrcd expressly: for us by hoe .t: l.1<>., 1
the arrh al of vteamcr, )MachineBeltiniVork ,
even ,
market white oil European
"
numerous,) elected by the people their expenses political and conjmercial accounts wal be jlwn. In this ; J t ; tn I '. B. BROKAW'S' made to order and IIe| iirini done with dis 'J,
defrayed by the people and the injustice they re''pect we hope to otTer such advantages< ns will make the patch.
have: sustained at the hands of Northern demagogues Telegraph an Indispensablelpllor to the counting room Apent for Wheeler & Wil>oll'. and IIouc's !SCWINQ
and Southern fanatics. It might avail of e\"ery merchant and tradesman. Livery and Sale Stable .tLtCl1tNES.Oct l'
Education. Agriculture and the Mechanic! Arts \\illbe 2JHf_J. E. I'l'RDV
and in the though jibe, 'it might, nr '11 .
thought vague fostered tho true. source" National' and individual: ,

-we think such a Convcnticn-c,_,. should.be held." prosperity IF JOB PRESS$ ., TALLAHASSEE FLA. M. G. EHRLICH .

Some of those who call themselves "loyal" THE WE'iaVTKLCGK!: ,

Union: men in the South could hardly bear to Tho Proprietors take special pride iu presenting their \\ Buggies. Car I M'UOtEiALE DEALIll Ul i
antecedents into. One of the WEEKLY: EDITION to the }>ublie. It contains debt riae5andllaruesah\a\sc' ,
their
have inquired
of Seccs- pairs of Kifty-sii: Column.. IIllIIoot exclusively of reading on baud and for eale. ""'- .;.. : Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods, '
tribe in New Orleans was a member n )
J matter, and iu point of typonTaphy ond gvneral appear nov 9-tf -
ion Vigilance Committee tormed to expel Dioumeu ance is without M\"nlat the South Specimen number TRIMMING! LACES, SILKS AND WHITE GOODS
i ,
from tlmt city, and who threatened to hang tent by mail to all applicant Address all communications Maattfiiemrcd!! to order by George P. Gordyn, Sew York,

I lion. B. F. Flanders, and would have done so on business to W .\. UE1D CO.. ..EDGAU.. .... .L.. Gl'EIt.\lrv... .. ... BESJAMIX.. .. .. E.. TLKIULLGTJERAKD .... 1 Constantly! on hand a large a-soitraentTKIUilED

had not some honorable gentlemen who were anggl.-lf! ..________ __ _Propnelora.: M-icon Gt.THE I AND UNTRIMMED
opposed to that eentlemen's views at the time I

helped him to leave lor the! X orl h. These Secession & FEEKILL

Vigilance fellows; "now turn up as "loyal11 QUTHRM N GOAN! The Very Finest inks I I HatsCaps, Bonnets & Straw Goods
!
Tiiion men "Loyal, forbooih. They were: Every description of .
except office: and its. ;
never loyal to anything '

spoils! and never will bt_ It is such cattle that BAINBRIDCE CEORCIA. Cotton Factors i! FANCY AND LADIES' GOODS .Ii 1

arc now abuAUig Presided Johnson! and shrieking 1, ,
( for negro suffrage CCtJl(, suppose that RMV. IJ '. AV. I-I. HOOJCT3K, l aitor.GKO. .A.T 'VorHOLESALE. -::

-I I if the negroes could vote they could fool them : A.. :rA1)fltCi 'Proprietor. Country:JlilllncM Snj.plied-Order. I
Promptly Attended
.
to
Of all Color,
Q<1))
into them iata cilice. In the vocabularyof
putting 4 PAPER etM'dliabed iu 1S57: ; and has the iurvst clr- CiD .1
these excessively: "loyal" (?) persons, "equality 1.V cnlatiori iu Mrath-\Ve tern Ucoivia.Tho '
before the law," "eternal justice, "inalienable tn.>or,:ian. being "devoted jxirticularlv to the iuterw UXDER ST.XDTIE'YS' HALL ,
rights," and "principle" all mean-plunder. of Southern and -onlb-" eater, Georgia," is an General Couiinissiun .llerclmnts "
excellent Ad\ertislu7. Medinm. and is couuneuded .'
toMen Jeff"orson.
-
: S1re
.
... I1ttSiUefO cvemtlierc.Mr. ; O'tOXE ,.
TUE CONFEDERATE DKAD SU1WH.-lt is JO1IN A tihl'BB is the General Traveling "
AT Agentof Street
cv44ioo VVj Savannah
V
V1t'R' Ray Ga. DOUR (
.L stated that Mrs. A. iL Meeker of Atlanta, has The. GKO GHX, and will receive subscrIptions! and : FKOJLJ3KOVGUTOX: I
AdvertUement.and all contracts made for n.by him wiU 1 ..
'I inaugurated a plan to purchase A poafiou' of the be complied with SkVANNUr, G.\..

battle ground at Shiloh for the interment of the VIT'lLL sell on ('omn1i lon. Cotton, Timber, Produce _may_ II-tf_ __ _
I % _ _
-. "" and:)(erehandl ,
Consignment solicited.
lamented General .\. Sidney Johnson; and his TgpM>.OF 1tIi.ac1LrrTON: When
k .r desired, we wlU thin cotton to our friends in :Sew York .
gallant soldiers. Through the noble exertion of Co"copyouoplllr. < iK'.t.ft.$ ... ; Dt12amolWblch '
ana
.1..HO Liverpool, making liberal advances
on the same.
this lady tlie success ol the undertaking is for Gne eunblei ni to do l In the neatest manner
advanced.
Mrs. Meeker, we learn, U canvassing REFERENCES ..
I : COTTON
AJvertisoiiK'nis turned a. liberally 11ft in any other FACTORS, ., .
of
the States to appoint agents for the receipt Journal. Addre :
money that may be donated aid of the accomplishment GEO A. PADRICK. Proprietor Robert Uibersham: 4 Son Savannah Ga. Grocers and General Oommission1
Geo. W ,
cf the object by the securing of l.uI11 :cf(___ __ _._ __ __ .._ Bainbndge. cia. Anthony. Anderson Porter do da.
the ground and the establishment of a cemetery. Hunter & Gamatell do RCaANTS": j

,I The bones of the Confederate d lie exposed To the Merchants Manufacturersand EVERY KIND OF JOS PRINTING KNOWN TO THE ART.i John ViUalonga\ do COLUMBUS ,
and bleaching at Shiloh and it U the duty of t \-l. Erwin i lUrdee do GA., fc APALACIIICOLA, FLA. ,:

every Christian man and woman in the South to Residents Georgia : .\. i: v1 ; .\.(.k' Governor.D. S. Walker Tallahassee do Fla.WUUantK.netle 7JKOSIPT attenuuu ,"
gh ell :
contribute A*larpelr practicable aid of tl-is ., do metals of toallCou.iunienUaadSh'n! -
Cotton to New
York Sew
merciful effort to <,effect theUdecent burial anil GENTLEMEN : I have the pleasure of presenting to Savage EmSovernor.t hue-V.,alnOllY\lle K. AHUon,Oaincy Pia. Fla I' erpool. Liberal advances made on consignments.Receiving Oriean.! .wd Uv-

protection in the manner proposed by the accomplished notice the first pro pccin
Ltdy who is thus exerting kcrselCr FROM TBS C. U. Barnard. do [rmar 8. 66-lv.. and ;'
) -- .... >- GEORGIA STATE DIRECTORY. I Forwarding House

A FAMUr'WITuorr Youxn Cinu>REx.- The Directory trill five the name of an the BoUce SenMinofactnrvT /I. TURNER &:; McLAUGHLIN XPALACHICOLA, FLA. ,
,
,
*, Professional )leD. etc., resiiilaj or dothe
You lane up children madam; sakl the par- bo5lnei in any citr, to)'"'. village In the Stale. It will t I, "rE repectfttltv call attention 10 the fact
ticclar proprietor of house before alx It'meraI''iI't New OHean, LouisIUe I :: nirt. : j, that we bRe .,
a quiet lettinga :ivo a pf (%& !on : I aA.N'GXN'GS ul.sbllrht boa..,In \I"'lacblcola. Florida,Cor tbe'//!
lady the best apartments "They are in the Cincinniti. BaltImore rhilsdflthia and New 'lockiere'hants purpose or dQw;:a li.ucn.l '

S cemetery,1' was the gtomv reph.t tear was Intention of who the transAct publisher kiuloo to publish with about our Slate It U the I AxuWINDOW COMMISSION AND FOJlWAIlDIXtire .. .I.IBUliln..a.

attempted on the part of the landlord, the agreement :E'iv-a Math Ti1 b hiit P hr r i iI SHADES. Ilnn! ;:1t1bU.hed relallon. -.I1I.1.ome or tile I
Tla.Cfi.xsfi.aa.clTractin : CopJ.os. best
was signed, and the next day the lady arrived -,' houses ft Forelu and lJuuDooIlc port \\'e
t with a couple ot youngsters. "I thought I' ?that the Dircciorj nU meet wiih a liberal tnp- TMPORTEItSAND: DEALERS 1 prepared to offer ununzl adrantages to i ,

your children were in the cemeterysaiJ the ,, port from EopeciftillT.lie meichaiiU't'DurohedwtlO of our Mie:
Undlord. "So they were yesterday sir" wr Lood,(Cord. Ta'sels, Gilt Comers. Band...te.U Cotton
I was CUBBOX BRAIN. Publisher .\ sent a* for sate, either ID .
the reply "placing a few flowers on the grave of Box I I J. OREIE I.E.01 Chtritou, s..C.,General Acvnt. MtBK' "
I our former landlord, who was nervous, and to TO TUB"Delicafe 112 Broughton Street In adcIitlou ,
toOIn'
S.J.DARK ELL,ofS.\unah. Gen'1 Trndlng-eat COIIUUI..loq '
1 tell the truth. so irritable, that.." "I understand F. t.. COOPER,of Angiuu,tia..TrtTeliuj A;.'voC *> fJ.J'J': J:. lM dXi I 011 bAnd a 1&/1:1 ato k of new. We"lit k p eonstantly "
madam I understand" said the enraged o\T11er' SA Y. "X.1rr, GEOnGU. .

"your chiK ren killed him." 1 TEEMS OF ADVERTISING: _.maT iH'1l __ GrOOCt.lea.: :
: _ _ WhIch will be cffwad to 3terebants
: and
.. Planters
-*.....- .. : \u thocthCCtland prices
) _
ilSi JLDVASCE %%s-fem
C4a nBE10X OF IBOX ISTO: STEEL: -..Mr. J. ''. Carte de Visite. BRADLEY, HILL & CO. ofl llarkec'.merel adtUBgeo..l,

Abbott.our ('onsull\t Sheffield England sendsto !, One One Fourth SSrPace.Page. ::.::::. :>..:: ....:.....:::.:::::..: 3il 1SOO ft) CommissionSAVAXXAH advance.We ..ill 011 be CO prt'J1U'e4 TTO.\-10_aoeoutn,4tu I Jtj lOr our t:1end. a lilt j
the Secretary ot the Treasury an account of a Oaf }(eftUaI'ir Card,Iac cII>>;: copy of Diiuctory.. 1000VJ .rercbant I Carut.h theGl with ahfpmeut or sale, anti
meeting of the British Association for the Advancement -r* t ,....,..... ., ,.. ............... 5 l"i d '. fl i'". K J,1 !i. t ,: lad dur1n the mUre-.oa.beggjug and rope Ibt the csautngcrtap ,
of Arts and JuI.J lo-tt G.'VE .\. : N. B.-trboii..tn (,,
_
Sciences the subject considered i .. H ___ ___ ___ $5 tbe ba.lrGa; \\iU1)e coutianad,
.
: od
being the&,;."imer process for couvertiag -- ----- 4 '-1 i1 '. 1 ,.QH1 J. ,"H.:"T wsad,center of tt. Dread strmCtD.UINLVr "'

iron into ilctL Mr. Ikssuner aid that the iron NOT8CE.U. : '" I ; '1 It ouies HUE.and COMMODIors ate tMllNl!\QMare FlR&-PROOF Cocn.XUI W-UU:. '; JL : &; CO..
t s.rt.
of the United States was peculiarly adapted to : IIIeNbJ'gia-en be m HeaUt, lied I 5PtrjeueJ2l7: fit any ", ,,doc... W01l'Ul-.l1o I .-- -----
tbe manufacture of Heel by W i proaess. )Ir. Ab- I Is.taes of the Gea Aa.by, fv t f 11 t or ai.isb FertlH- _aU .--... \,"..cae ,
IJOM says in conclusion : V ahtabk as Li the f.:1.: -otche <.1IIuWL" *b P ; 4 ORDERS O--' --r.; sad Pnadc .as die WILLARD'SHOTELCV

' veation of}lr. Cessinter, I caaaat: recuuuiMibl it j : "' to .. I '/S, SOL1CliliED.j' a.,.! I J& ., ..i .t 1-t. I ." 'I.'
to an iron manufacturers, unless iWn.* eisela .'--IIt... .<., pffr I S 2.OOO A nu.... 4IIQ' ..; ..- --tWo1t ----- I' Plat .' :

'. thd nroces* of the i-err U t pig ire, aaj tbit .. HOCt.Tl>TX.Pn : *u.&ta. .c...... ....t UI .I I . 'j ,

j which ComparaOrdy tree from ..hor. ptavphorus t ..'t ...... *: Oa. E. B. {,......lie : .J'r.:fII. :.a=: .t 'Iii... ...' Cit p.bhie.h. .. b GIla ..;..,.. .; '

4 ao4 other "iaipuritie*. ...... !SUOBEK; OLIVER, ProirieIors.I Tc.ol IWorb. '\ I trareitg tf
aact---
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