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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 9, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
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TALLAHASSEE, TUESDAY MORNING, C 1866. NEW SERIES 'VOL. I.-NO., 149.

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'The Tri-Weekly Sentinel SMALLWOOD, HODGKISS & Co. POllsacola a & MB! Railroad I VALIDITY OF DEEDS ion LAND HOLD 1011CoxFrDnnAic A Sketch of the- '. lIlInlcl Piirllaniciit.Uclibcialive .

VI loXELIl'On'1' DLCISION. I assemblies are not always maikcdby !
IS rUBU lIED EVERY!: COTTON FACTORS
% : -The WniuntQii (Vn) Sentinel contains the fol a due regard propriety) and the cxcitenicul,

Tuesday, Thursday. ail. Saturday Mornins,- CHANGE 01' CHEDULE. i lowing report of nn interesting and important! I>1 of debate, or something more potent, seems to

-AND-Q110 ease: : pioduce similar results the world A ]Jalo
over
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Torms of Subscription : of nnlawful tlclnincr.Piilincr vs. lInn hack. An action I' through the Jamaica law ntakcrs thus records of that his cpclience -

Per Annum-three times a week . . . . .$a 00 leiniuds among colony
Dotvicenwcek.. . . . . .. 400 1: This Is nu action instituted by the ply; itilFs to i which us of scenes that me sometimes
Do.onceaweek. ." . . '. .. 300 NO. 10 BEAVER STREET, recover Ibo possession of a twit of 1 l.nul: ( called witnessed> in our own Congress :
TALLAHASSEE, July'1th, Isoo, Wnvcily, u milo null half f1'01l111118 The louse of and the Chamber of
The
= IL place. Assembly
PETi2W:: : rC9< 3 8. :DESL.: Y AND] AFTER THIS DATE THE TRAILS ON I
Rates of Advertising.: O the I'onsacolnand Gnoi;:ia Hnlh'ontll'iII run ns fol- liitil of the case has cngtigcil -thc nlttuUon of the 1 the Legislative! Council me both situated in the
lows: Court toe the last three clays und (the main same square with the Oo\'crnor's mansion in
.. .. . .. . .$1 00 I iKoimrily Smallwood, Eailo & Co. mid point
. One lor the first iiincrtlou. J. I,. IvAiiwnnn In the
Square .. 'I J. L. Smal1wood & Co., N. Y. EAST: +vAnt), ease was as to the validity of n iced exe- Spanish Town. They arc yellow buildings,
twoiuserllone. . . . .. . .773;
F \ 0n13Squnre,0noweek One Square, .. . . .. ... .. .. . .250 Tuoa. HOBOKIIS, Ou. 1 I Leave Quincy at. . .. .. . 15.10( A. JI. cuted by H. 31. Hmith\ to the plalntifft in June, erected ut considerable expense, and not without
One Square, two weeks. .. ... .. .. .. .. . ... .. 400 GEO. W. ICOTTIa.: Late llodgkls, Scott & Co., N.Y. Arrhent 1 nllalmnica nt. .. ,... ... .. .. 710 .". 18G3, the consideration of which was Confederate some pretense. Bu 11cvo'dtclcssthcy'nreugly--
Leave .. ... .. .. .
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I). II. POOLE, G d. ). 733>>;
weeks. . .. .. .. .. 5 00 fMonticello. "
Unosquorethree Lenvo .. ". . 8./HI 1 money. l from their 1 from ihc heat, and
.. Leave Madison at ... .. .. .. .113.; JIanback entered upon the possession of the ugly from a certain ltnviness which seem natural
... i w a c. n dX nru picpnied! through RESIDENT AGENTS, to Arrive ot Lake City U 13; P. M !
is .. Wr liiiil in ISO
: ADVANCE ON' AND: SELL COTTON (In all the ti, and held it ns the tenant of Smith. to thl'1\1n\1lto the pl.icc.:

,0 rnl I te9 I !0( I 0 a I !p I 0 I i C::: i p::: a o 80UTHLHN PORTS, or forward nom THESE PORTSto Leave Luke City at. .'W1Sr. .. .w. ..tiin" .. ... .. .. SAn( A. JI. Smith\( sold and comejed the plaintiffs by the The house itself, in which the] folly-seven mem
o tl I d n NEW YORK or Lea\ Madison at .... ... . .ISO'S I'. M. deed of June, 1803. The (question of ttte deed i bars sit, is comfortable enough, and not badly
; &' I ?' I m; I 'a !g w! Ii LIVERPOOL DIRECT Leave Slontlcello. .. .. .. . .. ., 1.1n \\asraisedbytho defendants counsel by a mo adapted for its purpose:; The Speaker sits atone
.:i :. .? I. I' Arrive nt Tallahassee. .. ." ... .. .. . 3.BO( lion to exclude it
end in
I I'm as evidence from the jury and all full)] fig, with a clerk at the table
I' an our fikuda tiny refer. Leave Tallahassee at .. .. .. ... .. . . ..415 ,
:' BOO 11 00 5 00 1000 I 2200 3260 3750 Our connection In LIVLRPOOL me\ aitch us uillglvc Arrive Quincy at .. .. .. .. . .. 0.15 was elaborately argued by Messre. Helm and below ; opposite to him, two-thirds down tho
1 (11 00 21) 00 ST 50 8300 38 50 IM' 53; 00 lit. GO our customers nil tho mh'un/lges of that inniket. ST. MAItKS TRAIN llimton( for the defendant, and :Messrs. Tucker room, a low bar, about four feet high, runs across
2.8. 15 00 2750 1 37 50 45 00, 62 50t 57 60, 7750, 87 50 Apply Leave Tall ilmi see at. . . .. . . . 7.r 0 Jilf.. and Sliacklcford for the complainant-the Court it. As far as this the public arc always admitted j
4. 11! 00| 85 00 47 1 50. 51 00| 3. 2300 4261) 67601 UIOO! 80 501112 60,,122 50 137 60 Leave St. Mark at. .. . ., .. .. . .. .. .13 so( j[. the any pcclal) under
a. 2100 6000 1)750 81 00 1)1) 50 107 60 11260102 60 j July l I-lf. Tttll.ilnini'cc, Flu, Arrive Tallahassee nt .. .. . . .. .150[ P. r.VIInlf deed to go to the juiy. The result of this ru- discussion, twelve or fifteen persons may be seen
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: 60 1'23: 00 102 60,187,, 50 ling settles the law so far this Court there assembled Then there is
00 109 U aside
7. 31 00 51 50 77 50 ((13 I an hour \I ill! be given on the arrival of the caws as con- room open-
,: 8. as oo MOO 87 60 103: 0T122( 60 141100,182) 60:'210 00 at Tnllnhai front end comlug this way cetncd, in fivor of the validity of the deeds for ing flout the( house, into which members take
9., 3IOO! 7100, !07 50 117'00 1W 50 155 00 202 60'232,' 50 EARLE CUNNINGHAM & CO. A line of stnsrcs between Quincy, lininlirldge and Albany lands sold dining the war for their fiiends. Indeed, it is I believe
10. 43 00 77 50 101 50 121 50140 00 170 00 222 60,255, ; 00 and between Jlontlccllo and l 'j'homu6'lIel'iII connect Uonfede1'llte1ll0ney. generally
11. 4050 81 00 115 00 118: 00,101, 00 185 00 210 00 275 00 with the trains The jury lundeied u verdict for the plaintills. open to any one wearing a decent coat. There
,,. 12. 50 00 1)0 00 121 00 148 50,178 60 l')7') 50 2)7: 50 2 .. 13. 53 00 (110! roil1: 50 r: 7 5V184( 00 210 00:275 00 015 00 may 3-tf __ _Pen 1 Supcrintellllent.F. Com I of Appeals honorable. mcmbeis take such: icfrcshmcut the
00100 as
11. 5(1( 00 102 50( 140 00 IftS 00 222 60 iH3: 50 835 00 AND
15. 00 00,108, 50 147 50 liT 00,200 50 233 00,307, 50 a>5 00 W. SIMS J. F. WIlEA TON, -- -.-.-- warmth of the debate may lender necessary>
10. 61 OO ltd 00 1M 00 18H 00 217 00,230; 00 823: 00 :J7i 00 nnnission I erehant5 Late oflav.: H IJUh!ICIIII. Lute"f Wilderlicaton & Co ORIGIN< ol '/[ CAROLINA NA\lES.-Uho- Their tastes scorned to me to be simple, and to
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';, 10. 71 00'130 00 177 60 813 00 218 60,2S7 50 870 00 427_50 NO. 74 WALL STREET, NEW YORK F. W. SIMS & GO. once owned the soil The Chovmn River st'pa- I was throwing nw ay my cigar as I entered the
rates it fiom Gate-, and lleitford. Eden ton on precincts of (the house "'Oh, you can smoke,""

Obituary Notice! Tributes of Respect, and Marnngoe, John II Lade, formally Small vo)il, Eulc & Co. SAVANNA. GA. an Eastern( piojc'ctinii of Albcimailo Sound is said my friend to me ; "only, when ron stand at
; will bo charged aM Transient Advertisements. James B Ciiiminghain, tile capital ot the tho don't let
called] after the doorway, ;
county- the-Speakers: catch
Legal Notices charged the same as other od\'crthcmenI8, Thomr.sJ. Perkins, formerly Smallwood, Eaile & Co. andJ Hoyal eye
except Notices of Jl mlsslon as Administrator, the charge L. Smnlln ood & Co. Factors and General Governor of the province, Charles Eden, who the light ; but it won't much matter." So I walked -
for which shall bo $18, died In 1722 and was buried in licitic county on, and stood at the bidcdoor, smoking my
-.-------- ------ HAVING loin; experience in the sale of Cotton and oth Edward Teach the celebrated Ulnck Beaid and cigar indeed, 1 hilt comciousthntI was desecrating

; and prcparci produce wo to respectfully make ad\nnc'l9 solicit for consign which 1 1 I 1 notorious pirate, with twenty of his men, surrendered the place.
atom
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fCfOflnn' ( i ply! to ]IEUCIfANTS, 1I 1IAND to Govciuor Eden. 'Peach's Hole, within I !saw: five or six colored gentlemen! in the house,

TUCii J. PERKINS & CO. iiiiuiuuiuii Ocracokc Inlet takes it name from this buccaneer and two negiocs-sitting in the house as membcis -
who fitted out hcie'a piratical sloop which As far as the two lattm'men'el'econee1'l\
A. L. WOODWARD, SU.TTOR ., July.. 17-ly-_ Tnll.ilinssce, 'II.: DELIEKS: IProte > committed several depiedations upon commeice. ed, I could not but be gratified to see them in'
In a hand to hand fight with Lieutenant the fair enjoyment of the objects of fair ambi
EY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW AND IIIYIlnrd a
1\ Solicitor lu 'b uccry, Tallahassee, Floildn.-lie w ill GEO. W. SCOTT & CO. Merchandise. Lumber Tiller ei. who sailed from Hampton Hoads in pursuitof tion. Had they not>by efforts of their own made
also. In connection tilth the Him 01 IIENKY & \\'ALKEII, the pirate in 1718, Teach was killed, and Lieu themsshcs greatly superior to otheis of their
of Washington City, attend to the prraecntion of claims FACTOliSJoiumteslonllcrclu tenant llaynitrd sailed race: they would not have been '
before the Departments and bcloia Committees or Con- COTTON OOTTOIST. up to the town of littib thci c. 1 saw
r ((ress. Juno 21-ly AND with the head of the Black Beard] fixed upon the this, fearing that it may bo thought that Ile.

C r}18iOIWl'I.t(,. arc ltcvlcdfully SuliittaJ, ami mil receive bowsprit of his vessel. There is a tr\litiollthat[ grudge a black man such a position. begrudge
y A. J. PEELER, () bi'ict _1ttcJtjI/I. the ]head of this ITeeboolcT w as a'rwurds( set up the black men nothing that they can honestly
FLORIDA' as a terror to all evil! doers, at the month of the lay hands on ; lut 1 think that w e shall benefit

ATTORNEY entire AT LAW over, TALLAHASSEE the State Duck Office home TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.GEO. SOLICITS ole CimsiKinnents Cotton and Froilnto coucr- : Kockouohtau river, near Hampton, Va, from neither\( thei.i nor ourselves b,. attempting with a

from! 0 it. nn. to 1 p. m., and horn 2 to 5 p. in. States or Eui'opo( or and shipment will make to Odl'U1WC.any point on in Cunsismnicntsand tho United which circumstance Black Beard's Point takes false philanthropy to make them out to be other
oct 211-1y w. SCOTT, Fin i '1''. H. IIOUGKISS, N.Y. Bhipmeiitt.JOHN ; its name. The officers killed in tie] engagement than they aie. to
J. L.SMALLWOODN.Y. | D. II. POOLE, N.Y. S. DANIEL Jlontlccllo Florida, I is interested were buried Pembroke farm where their tonal s Tile subject under debate was a railr/ay bill.-
,::: EDWIN A. HART, fn our business, and. jmitles l con tterhag; arid him will arc now visible to the antiqna1'It \-. The railway system is not ACiy extended in tho
obtain information\
He is
ILL advance on and ship Cotton 10 LlvcrroolNow\ prepared( to advance on consignments is said that the character] ol' Go,'. Eden sulTer island ; but there i is l a railway and tune: talk
A TTORNET AT LAW, MADI&OX:: TLOTUDX -Will -9 I YOlk, New Oik'nnn, 01 Siunniinli July 17-tf and furnish Bagging and Rope to panics ship-, was
:,"" JX. practice in the Court of the Middle Judicial C'hcnit. Ing to or through ue cd by a supposed intimacy w ithTe:icliupou hose of prolonging itlinked, the house, I believe,

,c ..-dec-13-If: dead body was found a letter of the (jo\ emeu's had on some (pie\ioits occasion decided that it
WM. H TURNER, RLFfcKENGES : Secretary, intimating{ the intimacy of the Secretary should be prolonged, end tho present light I wns"
\V. AVIIITNER, NEW YORK i MAC'OX, (.\. and the regard ot the Governor ; such is the as to some pattkuhr! : detail. What that detail,

/1 A TTOKNCY AT LAW, MADISON, FLORIDAWill GKOCEK tic"U'oI5. Ctiihnt, Pu's. N N. C. Munioe\ ; J D. Car historical account before us. The beautiful sound was I did not leal'n, for the business being performed -
Y. & N. II. H It : D. II hart J. U.
,. 2piactlco in the Courts of the Middle Circuit. AND Baldwin A: Co, : JonothllnJIETICl'S\ ; Rois. in front of Edenton preserves its name after Gen. i was a continual series of motions for ad-
dec 23-tf Beers' >m Wall Street. UllTOlll. \-Thoiniu i George Monk, who was Duke of Albcmai, tlo: jouiumcnt curried on by a victorious iv'noiity of

JAS. WESTCOTT Jouullission Merehant IUI'Al! OLVI'A, C.AD S ItiiiBOSTON.-E. C Drew. :, fnm lend of Charles II, and one of the Lords thicc
Proprietors of Caioliuo. )[ "'h fcAVANN.MI.-W. 51\ Wad- MOXTICELLO, Tla.-Liu 1' : bays the majority -
\ TTORNEYATLAW:: ,; TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-Ofllco FERNANDINA, FLA Icy, ('n'a. C, It R & lilt ('0. go & Roach. early history of C'howau' is full of incidents, and say thiity-was very angiy For some reason,
2\ In the Monroe Building, opposite the htoio of Mi. A. atug21-Ant-: __ piesents an im lung field lor a'oluhle of Interest appertaining probably to the tactics of the house,
... 110\>111118. may -If I l'1sCit\L: attention given to the l)trchu.r, e.ilo and hi-, and infoimation The devotion of her sons to these thirty were exceedingly anxious to have

." JAMES T. MAGBEE.ATTORNEY for supplies men tot all must Kinds be uf accoiup Produce:inicd and pith Mcrcbundt&e.! the CIIHh Orders, or Its GrJR..EA.: TNDUCEr the cause of Liberty was mal'kell\1Hl lulmiiable. some special point curried and put out of tho
.
ollnl\'lllent In trule July r.l-dm:' Wheat, Ouls, Coin, Cotton, Wool, Naval Stores way that night, but lie three were inexorable.
:: AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN:: CHAN- and Fish me tlic chief Jm lJl'lta.tions.-.Yclifulk Two of the threepoke continually: and ended

Florida,OUlce ill Manna Bank 'tNT Boo!:. Avery sneeeh.. with It, mo1i1111...... for.. .",.lnIJrnmnnt. :.... ..
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JOUN W. AMJEDiOV, GEdllflf w. ANDERSON Jll, ---- u- "
building! Talum'a Drug Store: hilly 1tiDn. .
opposite And
11. jr. DEKSOV. JOHN/ w. A"( DERTON, jn. -- then one of the bluck' gentlemen arose,
TIII: cno""s and made, a calm] deliberate little oration. The I
<: MILES II. NASH ..Jolmv.. UdCJ'SOH t1 ons. 1
For an Man Quaint lh.ugli the construction be of the following words he spoke were about the wisest which wero
FFICE REAR OF POST OFFICE TALLAHASSEE, Enterprising spoken that night, and jet they were not
-1, O 'lol'lda.-lt08Idcncc Dr. M. NASII. Commission and ForwardingCoriiei1 -----.. ....- poem, jet never Imo the story of this Cross I wise. lie offered to the house a few platitudes very

jun 2-601. r.I.JE a.Z.4D 7LL1.'I0T'rs been told with 1ll01'C truthful simplicity : on the general( benefit of railways, which would
\ 4I Mil uimoiiH to Kettle mv old biislneii Ills oniliifr have
J. S. BOND:: H. II. RANDOLPH. of JDiavtou ancl Uryrin btrcPtSt. 1\. winter, I shall ofler for sale the following Valuable! Blest they who Beck, applied] to any railway under the sun, say
'SAVANNAH, OA, 1'iopeity, in and near the town of Quincy, Fla.- while in their joiitli, !, ing that eggs and fowls woullbe taken to market -
; DRS. BOND & RANDOLPH 2-i-Um With eplilt meiK, ; and (then he sat down. On hU behalf I must
may _____ A Tract of Land 'l'hol'uy of truth, ;
,y their professional eon'Ices to the cltl/enB of 'j'" them tho Sacred Scriptures now display elcclaic that here were no other \\ olds of such
f>, OFFER seco and vicinity. Adjoining! the town, containing fifty ((30)) acres, not to be Chi!1st as the only true and living nay ; wisdom spoken that night. But this I'elicfhl&ted
? Office at the residence of Dr. BOND._[July 10-ly McKIBBIN & ALLEN eurpnssotIin tho countr.Ou this place there Is n line llu piccIoiiB blood on C'ahaiyun\ given only for a few minutes.
stream ol sinter, with suillclent 1.1110 turn a twenty (JO) To noIRe them hell endless! bll..I11 lu>.ivcn. After
while
JO x3N as.OF B.8..N'Ii.S: foot wheel nUll afloi'dim! n good site for u Cotton Factoryor And e'en on earth the child of Got! can trace a two members comingTb the door
ToI.LLAUAaEE, 1LA., Flour Jhll Also, a line nearly new Dwelling! llou seaud The glorious blesstngof hi8&a\iors:; giiice. declaredlhat it was; becoming unbearable, and
r FLORIDA, n two lyre lot attached, adjoining; the above place, For them Ho boioHis can'led me away to play w lust.) ")Iy place i ii
imi well fluislied with five room!.and foiu flic-places, and ueccssaiy Father's frown "
WHOLESALE DEALERS out-buildings. Also, ; close by, said one, "and if the row becomes hot
W < ill ill ill [f] [t <.e w y\! A The Failed Thorny to tho Crown Cross,; we shall hear it. It is dreadful stay therewith
Good Farm
a Endured Its pain, such an object, and with the certainly of missing
Boots and Shoes DRY GOODS, Two nnd a half miles from town, containing Two Handled That Might Ills be their life's loss, one's object after all. As I was inclined to agree
Groceries llaidwaie, and Forty(2 Ill) Acres of excellent land( with good Bwelllngmid Then haute to choose gain. with him, I went away and played whist.
No. SO Conrtlundt Street, New Yoik. incenimaic, out houses on the place: also a line btieam of That better part/ Bat soon a storm of voices cached our ear
n atc'r null splendid 1\l1Is1lu. Also,
July24-3m: Cloths noel CuosImciL'3, my Nor ever daie refuse round the card-table. "They are hard at it '
now
Wines and Liquors. Dwelling House and Lot The Lord thy heart, said one honorable member. hat's' ,
1
So-and-So
Pol'ter, Ale and Cider, Lest Ho declare ,
xwiwJ
:xx. P "
'oodon'ul'e., Near tha Com House Square, being u hue Two Story: "1 know you not ;; by the sci ccch- The y might have been heard ?
OF FLORIDA, TIn Ware-, building with eight ((8)) Rooms, all swell furnished andplastered And deep dctpa'irFoicer at Kingston, and no doubt was.
WITHCHICIIESTER initaand bpiceu, with all necessary out hon es. The lot bong; : bo your lot. "Will they pitch Into "
June 11, ISCfi-ly &c., Ac, Ac. tinee-fouiths ((3i) of n square, with an excellent well of Non look tnJesus, who on Calvary died, one another ? I asked,
:? & CO. water ; also a cllingcon\enlentto tho I'npllc&qmuc; And Intel on Him nlouo who there was crncltlet'. thinking ot'seenes which I had read of in another''

II. L. Rl1'
WHOLESALE DEALEB9 IX ... ... ..,. .... .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .. Also, A few years ago there lived in the town of don't often do that," said my ft'lend.-
f Three Store Rooms a son of Judge 13, whom we will call Joe, who "They trust chiefly to their voices ; but there's no -
; Foreign and Domestic Hardware, H. L. RITCH & CO. South of the Court House Square, now renting for :$1.200 frequently( imbibed more than he could comfortablyearl' know ing." .
annum. Also, awellingneartheDepot, w lib u two '. There also The temptation was too much for v
No. 65 Bcekman and 185 Ann Street, (2) Acre Lut attached, Also, \ resided in neighborhood me, so I
n painter named 'V., w ho kept a saloon Now threw down my cauls and rushed back to the
NEW YORK.All Commission )Merchants Five Building Lots \Y. was ngreat pl'Rctiealjoker. On ono occasion Assembly. When I arrived tho louder portion

orders promptly attended to. July 51-Om Near the Depot. All of which I will sell atprhato sale Joe came into W's. saloon, and rather early in the of tho noise was being mado by one gentleman,

Now .r'or1. until the first Monday in next December,when I will oiler morning got very much intoxicated, and finally who was walking round and round the chamber,
/ D. J. TAYLOR, the snino at public sale. fell asleep In his chair. Joe was very near sighted, swearing in n loud voice that ho would resign the

Consignments of Cotton and other produce Terms of Sale : and always wore specs. After he had slept for cry moment tho Speaker WItS seated the chair
SOLICIT
Steamboat Agent, some time, W. took off his specs, blacked the -for at that time the house was in committee
.x AND GENERAL Advances \\111! bo made on sUIpuicnts by One time half with CASH notu ,bearingeiijht the balance In((8)ono) per(1)cent and interest two (2)) ,>ears'with glasses, put them back; again, lighted tho lamps "Shameful, abominable, scandalous, rascally i"!

JOIN DENHM:: & CO., security The purchaser loving the privilege of paying and then awoke Joe, telling him that it was almost shouted tho angry gentleman,, over and over
COMMISSION FORWARDING MERCHANT flog I1-3m.3_Monllccllo Flu: the entire price of adjudication In cuelj. 12 o'clock at night, and he wanted to shut again, as he paced round and round the chamber
of solo
Account together with United State
Internal "Sir:\ come and have a chink of "
Joe stared and remarked that had rum and
he water.
Revenue Stamps attached at the expense of the purchaser. up. slept
2-2-tf FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. T. J. BASSETT\ On the first Monday in January: next I frill sell all of my borne time In his angry wanderings, his steps had brought
may Household and Kltchou Fiiiuiture, A fine Tinno and W. then said : him to the door at which I was standing, and

A. F. HAYWARD TALLAliASSEE, FLA., Sen three Infc((3)) Machine.Wagons, public Also, itiy outcry Mules,,,for Horses Cash,,Carriage only. and "Joe, it is very dark, mid if you will bring it these lust w cuds wcici addressed to me. "Come
desirous back I will lend Ian and have drink of rum and water and he
build Any body of seeing the above property can again you a tel'll. ; seized
(LATE OF TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,) WITH \yill repair or new find mo at all times in my of\lea adjoiuing Luiiduy. & "W. lighted a lantern, gave it to Joe, and helped me with hospitable violence by time arm. I

:. LTh. simi: >so3xr eto; oo. Boilers He Stacks Sngar Pans & Dlp er'S. Henry's Drug t Store E. M. FRALEIGII. him up stairs. Joe went off towards home (up did drank not dare to deny so augiy!:!: a legislator, and I

', IMPORTERS Qiilncy, Fla, July 2;, ISUt-tt the business street,) in tlic middle of the day, with the am and water. Then I returned to
OF WINES AUD LIQUORS, MANUFACTURER of liolu, Nuts, Sett Screws Taps his lantern, everybody looking at him and wondering my curds. *
-AND- : llaininuva mid Chlscla ;; what was the matter.The -- -e .
: :Ctommsgitm and keep T's.constantly ou I'lttlnlj"\ Couplings, Elbows .-'HiIIsboro' 'military AoIlly1 _... .-.. A TAMB: : LEOPABD'S FIRST BLOOD.-Many
; Merclzails J'elu's ago an English officer, stationed at Sama-
following has been Landed us by an emi duriugoul' of
lang, occupation tho Dutch
..;;; 17 DEY STREET (NcarBiondway) NEW YORK. Repairs of Machinery rpILU Eighth tho Annual Session of Ibis Institution comX nent physician as au "Anti-Cholera Bummer:) had u tamo leopard. The animal had Color'ilea its
mence on 1st of October next, and close oa the "
Kuep luuo constantly 14-6m on hand largo stock of fine old Whisky. Atteuded to with dispatch. Blacksmith work of every lust of June, 1807. It Is now under the direction otGen' Drink : liberty, and used to run all over the house of his
elescl'IItlonllcally done to order. Spiiitus Vial Oturdi, oz. 1 ; I' master, to whom he scorned much attached. ',
AUSTIN & ELLIS R. U). Colston, Spii itus Vini Jamaica, oz. 1 ; I'I, One morning, alter bieakfjst, the officer was sitting '

... \ Cotton Gins Repaired etc. For fifteen J ears (up to the beginning!( of the war a Pro Bupirum Whitcum, q. s ; smoking his hookah, w jilt book in hU
.." COMMISSION MERCHANTS : lessor In the VlRC.iNL\ !MILITARY INSTITUTE.! Icibus Finals! tight hand and the hookah snake in his kit,
The com'so oflustruetiou and the Discipline 111 bo Jlintibusque I
on a ; when lie felt
light in his
pain left hand
1 am now prepared to furnish ENGINES uud MILLS complete .Military 11111., and such as to mnko tho Academy and on
from the bliceum: Pineapple! attempting to raise it
cht
ked
.; "Ho. BO %\vee\ great I was ; by 1\ low
l\\\ 8lJ'awbenl i
:
i growl Mont his pet animal. On looking down
SAVANNAH,. .. .. .. . ,. ." ..GEORGIA.f .WASHINGTON IRON WORKS POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL Shakitus tioleiiter; biickitcr hmnejiua cum ho saw the leopard had been licking the back of, .

CHARLES ELLIS, NEWBURG, N. Y. 1 strawum. ]his l\Und. t>ud had by degrees drawn a little blood
THOMAS II. AUSTIN, < Lats of Apalachlcolu, Flu This prescription patients have used ith '
1 ray M j fiom it. The
Of leopard would
[ and Columbus, These Mills are considered best and need no comment practical and applied Science. not allow the re-
July 88-Cui.) uu. as they are In use all over the btato of Florida,which Applications for admission should be maid early to thu great success. A JUan of tho reader's temperament movfl of the hand, but continued to lick it A\ ithuppuiftit
speak for thciudelri! Parties wbhlul! to purchase these hnpcrintcndcut. Hillsboro' Nortu Carolina, is on the should tako one dose before two relish, wh'chdid not much' his
KNoINES and MILLS can do so tluoujjh me, unit have :North Carolina Central Rail Road, and In II region unsurpassed before supper, and three before going dinnel'i. I master who with please
School Notice. thulr Eoiljiu! and liollur put "p for health. .. ... great presence *>f mind, withl'
Circulars, cttutiiliiinj full uartlculirs, cau be oblalned out attempting ti> disturb his pet in his proceedings -
MISSES MARY and SARAH BEARD will re-open Free of Cost, from rGaN'i. An exchange hays that! re Moses are lighthouses culled to his servant to bilng him a pistol

(October8 0" Monday, the flr "day of next mouth, ALL WORK QUARRANTEED, TBB: SJ O15anjJJtf. /? It, E. COLSTON, to warn voyagers on the sea of life otf the coast loaded, with vhich) ho hot the animal dead on .
Tallauawee Fla. Sup't 111116"fJ0'Hlltory'AC; ldculj'. of Malaga, Jamaica, Santa Cruz. Holland and tho tho spot This Vj-as \ tho first time I
Sopt. 4-4v. tho1
] T. J. BASSETTr auI:'. 11,-6W 2m] llillsbora1,N. C. "ile" of Bourbon. 'I I )Icopurd had tasted blood. *,



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\'i.'Uj clt\ll\ l to'hhtttitd\ \ \ Atlanta Correspondence TELEGRAPHIC: NEWS. I I Both BE.N.of these BCH.UV distinguished AXD WEN-HELL characters) PHILLIPS.have been \ WOOD & MANN OELE::STEAM RA.I'ED: ENGINE GO'S


I [FROM OUR OWN cOmm I'ONDENT.] DISPATCHES TO TUB ASSOCIATED fKCSS. nominated for Congress in Massachusetts. No Portable Steam Engines !tIjj'

BY SHOBER & OLIVER. _.- ___ I two men, says the St. Paul Pioneer, ever diflercd
-- -- AtL\NtA, OA., Oct. 4th, 1900.()() -- lon-
-
is renegade Keces ..
more Middy. The one
EDITOR ScsTixer. : Tho land for miles around FROM WASHINGTON.WABUIMOTOK thief and nr- : I 41. -
this city has been ilivldrd Into ttmall parcels which Oct. 3.-The President to-day made 1st, a diblujiicbt pettifoggO',1hOIl e :ff'?
The other chaste nnd brilliant .
the following appointments rant coward. n
sell nt prices which remind of the lush times of
us
!
Island Minister
Lawrence of Rhode
Albert G.
,
,
out- jJol\l'n
scholar im |
orator uu accomplished ,
the Confederacy-nhcn although laud was very renld-nt\ Bt Costa Rica. ,
abundant, treasury notes were still more so. :Madison E. Ilolllatcr, Illinois, Consul at BuenoiAy honest fnniitic. The one exerted his ]powers to I i ibrenk

For tho i>n t few days wo hn\e bucn Suited by a I res. up the Demur-mile parly, and lo Hem1 the I I I II
Lon
I I Cbns. Donplicrty, of l'onim.\lvanln, Consul at '
moderate XorlhenM 1 wind lu company with n cold, I den crr\'. Union, and then donned the uniform of the I,

drizzly r.ilu'which hai eO'cdllnIlJdl6s11'IIted the The Attorney-Genera), In rcNponae loan inquiry United States nrmy, to disgrace il l hy cowardice I

!heal and dual of summer. Tlic sun for BO I Ibng n of tlio to the President effect, that on the thc Itub.lecthns l'realt\cut cannot given an separate opinIon nt Bethel, disobedience of orders nt Fait Fisher, II I I

-- ,-.- time dltiagri'uablc, la now most welcome ns his warm 1
collection of tax cotton from "Dutch
-- -- ----- -- ----- the Districts for the :: on cruel niul notorious inconipetcncy nt 1I I
beams full the rook and A flrccnrly nnd collection ot 1j
1'1I\'menttl. the nwssment
upon Districts for the
'1'111Inlln..,,('. Tuesday, October J), 180O.&VT uhoksnktlicil niul midnight robbery tit j
: -. "- -- .-. -.- In the morning Is not niu-onifortabla !niul Its tax on other products. TliU win tbc point which I Clap,
-. -- -- -- - the cotton fnctore and lias headed with uniform
cheerful blnze reminds in of thc soelid delights delegation of Southcin planters New Oilcans. The other ,
ninny I
Dem-rat Agent, mal U presented their memorial to the President a
A. OIICBB is our the Constitution
Mr. JOHN the crusade against
of v.'IntiT, but nlns 1 wilt make ninny \fed more Keenly few days since. consistency,
nnd solicit advertising,
authorized to receive subscriptions tilt absence of thoso who were wont lo assemble The Secretary of the Treasury lias MHO denied applications for the last twenty years. The one nccepts I

collect monies and receipt for tho same.Tlio with them around tho family fireside In tho hurry to have the boundaries of Collection Districts tho nomination-llw other(\ declines it.Loxo ,
.... ; that It would tako I ,, .. ,
the ,, ,,
-- -- -- changed, on ground Lll"" ,''! I'Ml' "II"i U||| ,IIMI,,, ,, III"liPllllllhl' "ill I,I' ,
and confusion Incident to out-door life we nre apt for to select and instruct '---'-'---
longer qualify ,
MEYERBEEH new appointees
daughter of the late composer, i;="' ..... '/
to forget for the moment the memory of those who their assistants, and to appoint n snfllclcnt SWAMP, Oct. 1, 180(3.MLbBiis. ( "
has married printer.. are no moic-but when the winter rains and winds number of assistants and deputies, all the officers of I J
Four Horse Power
.-, ---.-.'-..- confine the Internal Revenue Department South having taken EDI'fOlls.-On Sunday last, according From Five to Thirty. '.
us to 011Mo1..01les. vacant chulr, a favorite the lion. Robert Bullock 1:
the oath of ofllce, excepting one In Texas. to previous appointment,
The Oregon House of Rep's passed tho Constitutional book or an Idle gun awaken a host of tender recollections met the freedmen of this vicinity, at Long AtSOPORTABLEJIAW ,!

amendment by a vote of 25 to 23. of tho past, hlch though end, BCTVU lo FERNANDO WOOD FOK CO GRLSS. Swamp Church, for the purpose of explaining, to MILLS.WE 'I",

------- keep pure, hearts that would bthcnvlBO petrify under NEW YOUR, Oct. Fernando Wood lias announced them in his: capacity: ns Agent of the :I rcedmcn .." .'.
,
Ristom's first performance in the Influences of a cold find Bcltlsh world. Surely himself candidate for Congress In the Oth Bureau, the lights, duties, and obligations devolved ha\o the oldest" largest nnd most complete woik]
The Receipts ot district. It Is thought that his admirable conduct them by their condition ns freedmen, mid In tloUnitod Mules, devoted exclusively to the mnll- '
New York wore $3,100, of which the tragedienne no people were ever more devoted to their dead at, the Philadelphia Convention which brought him the upon iiccpssiiUcd by the change- in the nfucttiin of Portable };ugIIlQS nnd Saw Mills, which, for
than the South. .Policy has been eschewed and the bleb praise from the Conservatives{ of both parties, legislation simplicity, compnctnes"1 power mid economy of fuel!, arcconceded'by
gets $1,000, nnd JEXKIXS 20 shillings. will insure his elcctlon.MABSACIlUSETTB status of that class, and the alteration in our l>u superior to any ever oflcrcd to
......-.---. honesty of the cause which lies prostrate lu the dust system of labor. The meeting was large, attentive tho nubile.
with them boldly asserted. "Sic transit gloria lucidly The grcnt amount of boiler room, flro surface nud cylinder "
and The explained
Judge
CONSERVATIVE CONVEN orderly.
has been established *t nren which we give to tlio rated horse power, uinkc
A New Masonic Lodge mundi." TION. to his hearers their legal and social position, nnd our .Engines the most powerful nnd chcnpi-et in HOC ; aud ;}

Orange Spring Flo", called Orange Spring Lodge, Atlanta stand a lasting monument to the agency BOSTON, Oct. 4.-Tbe State Convention of National forcibly' impressed upon the-n tho great necessity: they nro ndapted tocveiy purpose whore power ia required. ,

and is now in full operation. of steam j very few years ago these hills uo\v covered Union men, yesterday, nominated Thomas II. for n strict ndhernnce to, and n faithful discharge All sizes. constantly on hand, m fmniehcd on Hlioitnotice. !

--" '- 1th houses wild Seltzer of Lowell, for Governor Resolutions were I of the obligations and duties of their contracts Descriptive circular!) price list, sent on application.! .
--'-' \ were only chincapln ridges .v.,
passed endorsing the Administration, favoring eight The audience wore very attentive, seemed favorably WOOD & MANX STEAM EXUIXE: CO.
The vote of Marion county, Florida, was a'< whoso land too ]poor to remunerate labor was deemed hours as a legal day's work, and In favor of a license impressed with, and manifested perfect Branch Ofilc,'. (00){) Maiden Lnnc, N. Y. City.Utlea. ) :Iii"

follows : For Representative to Congress, F. almost worthless. Farms were few nnd far uctwccn law Convention for the sale subsequently of !quors.endorsed The Democratic the sumo tielut.!Btatc: confidence in the speaker The course adopted N. Y., UHR. SS-ly __.______._ "

McLr-OD, CO-; for Register of Public Lands, tlicse.rough and rocky hills looked dcBanco by Judge Bullock of meeting this class of our

Hcon A. COKLEY, (68.! No opposition. to the levelling power of the pick and spade. GLORIOUS LITTLE DELAWARE population, and explaining to them their lights JIEDi.(1AL (JOlLljEGE
But clod by clod they have fallen, und brick by brick nud clinics, has been productive of much good in
WILMINGTON> Del. Oct 4. At election for
-'--- an
-' devotion to
the city lias been raised and the swift tralu now Judges and Inspectors of elections held throughout the community and the industry and OK THE

A fragment, eight; feet long and eleven inches dashes Into thc deep cut<* like somo supernatural the State yesterday, the Democrats and Conservatives : the common interest displayed by the Judge,

in its largest diameter, of an ivory tu k originally monster seeking the hollow caverns of the earth. triumphed. merit the llighesl comnvndation. New Castle County, tbe only Republican county ..co.G.F..SE'IlAL .
about eleven _feet long, belonging to nn aniimal The Immense Foundry whose commencement I In the State, gives lour hundred majority for the HAEDEE.-This distinguished gentleman rpJIE ANNUAL COUKSE OF LECTURES:! INT11I3 INL -

of some extinct race, was ;dug up In Mil-1 noticed lu a former letter l is now In operation, and Democrats and Conservatives, a gain of 1,000 on the formerly of the United States army, and STITUTION will commence on tho first Monday of
week. It U watch the workmen vote for Lincoln In leG( !. ::1\'ovcmberuext, and terminate OH the flrat Saturday .\ .
ford, Clcrmont county, Ohio, one day last quite Interesting lo expert In tLU carried two Wards and who acquired great renown in tho Confederate :March en lIlnf.'. ...

-- _....--- --- handle the heavy, glowing Iron with tbcir implements 150 ou the city vote they for Mayor, a few veelis,since.gained service, passed through, with his lady, on last FACTLTT.

P. II. NELSON of :.South Carolina, was which they do ns !giacelully as n neat house Democratic majority lu the State 1500. Saturday. Ko General in the service was frcecr J. EDWARDS HOLBROOK: [. D. Piolusnor\ Emeritiis
General ,
keeper does broom.. from th: clap-trap and Invmbuggery that is uerseeking of Anatomy.FRANCIS\ .
missing nfter one ot tho battles around Peters i ACCIDENT TO A SAVANNAH STEA {ER. : for notoriety and applause, thin Gen T.CHISOLM MILES./ MD. Professor of Aiutomy.JCLU .
.
Piofcf of
: J. ;1111, 'or Surgery.r.
Other nnd \arious foot and If
culcrpiiscu
burg, and his f.ite WHS! not !asvertained\ until last are on BOSTON, Oct. 4.-The etaiuiier City of Bath henco llardee, By nature modest and retiring, his UEDDINQb: M V, Protestor of Institutes and Prnc-
politics; which l liavo never been BO subversive of military literary and scien'ific acquirements arc tlcc of Medic:no.
found and identified Savannao in going down the harbor ,
week when his body was to-day, got
of the battlefield. labor and energy us now would warrant It, our advancement ashore on Slateledge, South Boston flats, where she of the highest grade. From Shiloh to Chattanooga JAMES ROBERT MOULTHRIE.A. KITLOU1I SI, D 51, D Professor, Professor! of Physiology.of SIntorls.SIccllcn
among the debris would be commensurate with the wild keeled over and took In some water\ but will probably and the surrender, he participated iu nil the nud Therapeutics,

._... cst expectations. Iell with reluctance toil for fortunes be got off next tide. great battles of the "Army of the Tennessee/' THOMAS: U. PlilOLEAU, Jt D, Professor'of Obstetrics I

An old black woman, aged !90, died in St. which one mandate of those In power may CHOLERA 1NCREASING AT PHILADDLPHIA. Tic is the kind of man to bo relied on, and will .n.id U. Diseases MIEPARU.of Women M D, I.L and D Children.C. Profeeeor. ofChemistry.
fifteen honorably abide by the trema of Jiia parole. Such SAMUEL: LOO.111' D, Assistant Demonstrator ofAnatomy. *
Lo'riioii: the 19th ult. She left a son years convey to others, and thousand* wait in Hbtlcs's
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 4.-The cholera la increasing men ns Ilardcc are not the fomcnters of strife audfai .
her when she was eighty-one years apathy the developments of weeks nnd months E OE0DDTGS, M D, Dean torn.
of age, born to alicnd for their guidance. in this city. Yesterday there were 40 casca reported tion.-Cairo Democrat, S3tfi. pro

of age, and when she wns entirely blind ; ns sho The gold fever and mine speculations consequent to the Board.' 0''''.. EXTRAORDINARY CR SUPPLEMENTARY PROFEStCRS
thereon have subsided but la During the last few days several fatal cases have
remained to the day of her death ,, nro jscd and ere long some other public uiycthlcal credulity Eldora easily occurred In Camden, New Jersy. ROBBERY.-'Ve learn from n friend who has F. L. PARKER, 51 D Anntomy i: SAMUEL LOGAN,

"' -, do will be found to teed ita insatiate maw. received n letter from Way Key, that all tIle 51 D, Surgery: P. GRAVIS/ KOBTXSO/ M U, Institutes -
blew DEATH OF REAR ADMIRAL GREGORY. Jlills have been abandoned, and the business Rnd Practice! of Medicine ; OCORGE j TRESCOTT,
On Thursday night l1.stfurious storm GATE CITY. M D, Matcrla JIfdica ; F. :51. ROWSSON: SI D, Obstctrlcs. -
.. New YORK Oct. W.-Rear Admiral U. houses closed in consequence of cholera at that .
down PALMER'S circus tent in Vinccnnes! Iiul., ..---.-.--- Gregory,
8. Navy! died in this city to-day. point. The Exlraordinnry Professors Lecture each twice a
nnJ tumbled about three thousand people into a All the pricteis iu the ICot'folk D.-y Book except The citizens having left the place, party of week. Course free. They will nito give tho Summer

promiscuous pile. The scene is said to have three are on a strike. The proprietor tried HEALTH OF NEW ORLEANS. desperadoes remained or returned and engaged I'onrsc.Clinlcnl Instruction at the City Hospital, by P. PEVRE

been at once frightful and ludicrous. Fortunately to reduce their wages Irom forty-five to thirty-five NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 4.- There were sir deaths in deliberate system of robbery. The safe of >! D.Cllncnllnetr1cU'n. I
from yellow fever in the city Messrs. Edwards" :McQueen was robbed of nt the Policlinic, conuocteil with theColleRp.
yesterday.EXECUTIVE
no ono was seriously hurt. cents per thousand, nnd he went about it in a rather near four Uious iiul dollars, the greater portion on riciy Wcdnefdny nnd Satinday from 9 to 11 ,
o'clock. Till Iniiioitnnt clmrltr Niii'n iu tuctcssful
-
"' .-... novel manner. Ho proposed that they buy APPOINTMENTS ON COFFEE specie. The house of Col. Ingram, wo learn, ojioration. J

It is remarkable fact, says the Natchez Courier out a one-halt interest in his paper at a valuation -A MOUNTAIN OF ROCK SALT was also robbed, and even the unburlcd dead Chief(if..iledical rilnlr. PrufwM-r D.: C.EWDIXGS, )M Dtll1l1. : I JI
'\-* P. JEHVAIS EOBIXSOX, JI D, OHOROETHESCOTT
that the negroes N'ho have engaged in plant of $50,000 in gold he allowing them, twelvemonths WASHINGTON> Oct. 4.-The President has appointed did not esenpc.-Ocala Banner, SI D.CblefOfnfcnl. t
Francis A. Hall of the Land ...-.... : 'lInlct JULIAN J. CIII'OLlID!
Olllcu
Register and :
ing have confined themselves to the cultivation to pay the money, and they, lu the mean James McGuire Receiver of Public monies both, at Assistants, ::;..UllfLl>lUS: JI H, F. L, PARKER, tJ
The Tower of Babel
of cotton exclusively. Breadstuff are not thought time, to work nt forty five cents per thousand, Monroe La. TOWEUOF BABEL.- on 51 D. .'
that FEES von THE ( 0In6I'-.1-'OI': the Piol'eseors J103
which late accounts announce a cross was; rocently
of by them. If their cotton crop fail what is but to allow him to deduct ten cents per thousand By a dcclslon of the Commissioner of Internal consists now ol Matriculation, once, $3 ; Demonstrator. ?10; Graduation..
Revenue CofTcu la held to be liable to placed by missionary,
a tax of one fiO.! [sept. 9211v() ,
their resource for bread and meat? to pay the interest ou $50,000 in gold. Theprinter's cent per pound when roasted, and to a similar tax only two of the eight stories formerly erected. I ---- ---- ---. -- --- --- tilY<

--.-- couldn't see where tfto $;;0,000'IIS to when ground j if the Coffee Is roasted and ground The remains are, however, visible from very
the election of by the same person, the tax U two cents per ]Jound.A great distance. Each hiilo of the quadrangular s nt r D rt0 V,-
Wo hail, with peculiar pleasure, come from, and decliuud! the liberal proposition ; letter has been received from Nevada, by Postmaster basis measures two hundred yards in leugih, am

the lion. C. P COOPER us Representative to but )11'. HATHAWAY insisting upon the acceptance General Randall, relative to the discovery of the bricks of which it is composed nrc of the I I "I than

the State Legislature from Duval County. The of it, all left but three, and the Printer's a ture.mountain The mountain of pure rock is several salt ithout thousand any feet admix high. pure white clay, with very slight brownish tint'' OOMiP.A.N'Y.

whole number of votes cast was, . . 280 Union held n meeting and expelled those three, which iu the sun assumes a wonderfully rich hue IK1

.. Of which, Cooi'En received . . . 145 and published the Day Book as a "rat" ofilce.Tlio EUROPEAN MARKET8. The bricks before being baked, were co.ered- 1KUK>
with characters traced with the hand iu a clcai'
And BALDWIN . . . . 133 -- ------- LIVERPOOL, Oct. 3.-The market for cotton IBUrin und slyle. The bitumen which served for
.. . . . . 20 and Middling Upland quoted at 15d. Sales regular I IBEKAL ADVANCES WILL BE! :MADE OS: ALL
Coorcn's majority Political Excitement nt tli<* :rvorlli. to-day, 16,000 bales. cement was derived from n fountain which still lj Produce for European Markets. ieilar
exists the tower and which flows with such Orders for every dcsirlntlon of Merchandise 5lachinery
.-. describe LONDON, Oct. 3.-Consoli quoted at 83K ; U.S.FiveTwenties near or -
Our accounts the
private bitterness TOtf.FJtOM) abundance that is soon forms stream and would I. promptly) and judiciously attended to. his
An actor iu Mobile has bequeathed his head oi between By arrangements isccntly made, the Company it now
and
tlio
acerbity feeling )parlies at invade the neighboring river, did not the natives )prepared to all orders forEuropean ers
I to tho theatre for a "Yorick's skull." Another North as without a parallel iu our history. The ST, LOUI::?. from time to time set tire to the stream ol bitumen not

r eccentric person did the same thing several years hatred of each goes to far as to abrogate even ST. Locis, Oct. 4.-The steamer Jennie Brown. and then wait quietly until the flames cease foi Goods, oft
) and Suella, from Montana have arrived ut St. want of aliment All these particulars will
and :Mr. EDWIX BOOTH used the skull several Josephs i
i 4 ? ago, social intercourse, and the aspect of affairs is bringing one million, each, of gold dust astreight doubtless interest those unfortunates who are now and dollrcr the enmc in from two to threo mouths' \time,

I times on the stage in "Hamlet, and then saw most alarming. The Louisville papers corroborate and in the possession of passengers.Today studying living or dead languages.; R. F. FLOYD, President, Jacksonville, A

f. the bad taste of tho practice, and had the relic all we hear and more. \V\ 0 ghe.Ielo\\' an has been: observed as u day ot thl1uksSIiu \, .. ,., E.:: T. PAINE, Agent. Liveipool, 'Va,
over the disappearance of cholera from
decently buried. extract from one of the leading journals of that our city. Girls in Egypt are often mothers nt thirteen A. T. CUNXLXGHAM, ARont;: Savannah.J. V,

.. .-. .. city, statements that are full of significance : and grandmothers nt twenty-six ; and in Persia eept 15-eui T. BERNARD, Agent, Tallahassee, Bun.
informed From tlio New Era said to be mothers eleven and no ned
The Marianna Courier says : "We are they ai-e nt grand -- -----

; the lauds formerly reserved West of the Apalachicolu [From tlKKLoiiieville Courier, Oct. 1.] nitlpmcut of Cottou.ASSESSOR'S mothers nt twentytwo.mwm. S. .\. HAUDEE I Gen. W. \V. KIRTLAND, t<
The political contests in the Northern States bavanunh, Georgia, I'| Late of North Carolina. ente.nom:

River for the benefit of tbo Pensacola in which elections are to occur thU fall, are char U. 8. lut. Rev, Dis.OFFICE of Fla., } :N'A.TJON": .:uF CLIFFORD A. KING, Lnto Rcs'woll.. Oa ,
and Georgia Railroad Company, are now held acterized by a degree of bitterness seldom if ever 1860. -0-- The


".;: !;. i I to by location the U. S.under Register the at recent this place Homestead to be subject Act.'r .- the before Radical in witnessed.all of party the ,exhibitions which There is is as nn and unaccountable amount utterances of malignity as of the I 7tU regret tost to,Newnauaville iu have an to article say, Kept:that headed 12th in your"Everybody; issue of F n ] \ 'S mm S A V I N G S t A. HARDEE & GO, /will shall i itjntui


Under said Act no entries are allowed except for it is intense. Their rage agt hist both the South Read, &c,," you give quite erroneous interpretation AXDT.r.UGt COTTON EAOTORSAND : this i

actual settlement and only 80 acres to each set ern States:: and the Democratic party, seems to bo of tho Act of Congress of July 13th, I860, "Balmin

'i tler." utterly unappeasable, nnd their purpose to crush I. inl'ela.tionlo the transportation and removal of : Coa.n.pnny.: th(

"i -___'_' OIi -- out both becomes more manifest with each succeeding Cotton, which has already put this office as well his ol

[: : "i1J' An inventor in London claims to havo discovered day. They are aggressive and defiant, I as some of our citizens to some inconvenience. CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. Getfl! Commission Merchants
;
... for and do not hesitate to declare their intention to The act of Congress referred to, places no restriction Approved March 3J, 1605.
1 \1' .ff.' a method of making illuminating gas inaugurate (in the event of their success,) a system upon the transportation or removal of ESTABLISHED IN 1838. Colworld]

l''t.' actually less than nothing. He extracts it from of measures even more radical than any they CottonnY' where within the limits of the same M. T. lIEWI'l'T.I'l'e.I ident. I D. L. LAMBERT, Scc!')'.
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vegetable substances, which, up] to the present, have yet proposed, and they seize with avidity Collection District. Florida is embraced in ono Principal Office-87 Cedar Street, New York (Aniortcau Sav-annah;. ,Gcoa.'sin.: 1. r

I : .. have been treated as utterly useless, and which, upon every argument, true or false, which they Collection District, and, therefore, there is no law Exchange: Bank Building) sept 13-101 __ return 2. t:
will contribute in the tho removal
It imagine slightest degree prohibiting or transportation of
I better still, after producing the gas, become matter to the party triumph for which they ore now Cotton from one place to another within the Branch in Tallahassee, T Ji-3: EPLANTERS couteiting

; f. of gash-convertible value i so that the more of working with such ferocious energy. State. Tho prohibition and penalties apply to IX THE UNION BASK BUILDING. 3. tl

ji. the new gas one manufactures and consumes, the They ofler.no compromise awl will listen to its removal beyond the limits of tho District boo what B
and there is recklessness fore it shall have been SITK of Oae Dollar and upwards received. The t
and dash and
r no appeals, weighed marked and
j : greater advantage it will be to him pecuniarily.Hon. money deposited lu this Savings Bunk will be kept 4. il I
about their actions and intentions which would paid the taxes l'emoveelundel' HUUSE
or bond
1 by nermlt safely on Interest, and will bo paid back to the depositor, bio wI 1
It .e... be truly startling but for the confidence we have of tho Assessor principal andlutoreet, when called for. ,

.;, ALES.VSD.VB\ II. STEPHENS, as we are .in in the ability of the Democratic party to BO far Section: 111. of the Internal Revenue Law wards Interest, which allowed shall have on all minis of flvo dollars ard othersThe
I been on deposit! for nix montAs
t them to make the execution their reads follows "That
cripple ns of as the Commissioner
had ; of previous to the first of
formed by a gentleman who recently an day January nnd July m each TALLAHASSEE FLOHIDA
. > ruinous policy an absolute impossibility. It is Internal Revenue) is hereby authorized to desiKiiato i. ,
j ', interview,with him, gays the Savannah Herald, doubtless the apprehension of tl.is result which one or more places in each Collection year.When.. In accordance with the Charter, a division la nin.ij fh

) c .. is in unusually good health. He docs not con lends energy to their efforts to secure the victory, District where an Assessor or Assistant Assessor of made tha of surplus Ibo surplus lu addition each tothe depositor icnlur will iuterest.receive his Hlinro This First-Class; Hotel: BouthoiTennea

., template any lecturing tour, as has been announced aDd their intemperate rage indicates that the con n.ndn Collector or Deputy. Collector shall be I The Bank his thus far bczu ablu to pay flvo per cen t- ,
viction is them that the of located and where Colton interest, WITU ALL THE '
H pressing upon] scepter may bo brought for MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, the 26tl
r. i J' in some papers, but designs remaining at power is about to bo wrested from their hands.Ve the purpose of being weighed aud appropriately ,: investments made lu United States Securctlcs, the thrc

, "t.(, homo during the autumn and winter, and devoting \ do not mean by this that they fear a majority I marked ; Provided, That it shall be the duty of !uteresled AD the profit belong to the depositors-no otuuru mu IS NOW JOPEN IndDelprOVl'ml

'" himself to hU profession. against them in the next Cougrccs, but tho Assessor or Assistant Assessor and the Collector Branches have been established In neaily all the South. Pot
do fear that will lose and ern citlcn, from Baltimore to New Orleans. the r ptlou of Guest-.
, .' .. ,. ...-.- they they enough Representatives Deputy Collector to assess and causo the road
to cut down their majority below a to be properly marked the Cotton, wherever it Dr. A, B. STOSBIAKI Chairman of. 'Advisory CoinRUtlCG J, JACKSOX is COH, ? tlons wii
arrived homa in
j lion.Jon HERMAN at his two thirds vote. This result would be the destruction may be iu said! District, provided their sept "-1111 Proprietor*

;;"" ,.;'t, i Mansfield, last week, and was immediately called of all of their scheme*. for the future traveling expenses to and from said designated necessary FRANK W. WEBSTER, Acting Cabhitr., ,

on for a speech on pending political issues, to humiliation of tho South ; for( with only a bare places! lor that purpose, be paid by the owners APPROVAL OP THE PRESIDENT. WANTED. LKF"r."

r which he responded in a speech in favor of the majority the President's "I'object" would stand I thereof." I cordially approve of tho laudable and benevolent on. OEXTS-$75 to says: .\
impassable barrier between them and their I All the important Jccts of the i Freedman'B Saving and Trust ...t1.Iud !r *'uu PER aio lll for ucuiKBiwi Tenuess<
shipping points iu tho States Company, / *as: to '/5K > Ladies iutroiiuc
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action of Congress as presented l. In the Conslitutlonal' Intended victims. The Jacobinical spirit which have been designated aa points were Cottou chartered at the last sesx lou ot Cousrcus in its active the (,'o01IllIlU Sense Family cicrywhprc Mach, to, Improved car-load
I SowIng no
operations, commend it Secretaries
may to tho
-* \ Ameiidraent. Ho declared that if the urges them on cannot tolerate the idea of being lie brought and neighed, &c,, without any res aud Tre-isuiy for such facilities iu reaching tho of War Freedman, Navy and perfected. It will hemf fell stitch, quilt, bind bi W, and high!

South failed and refused to accept the Constitutional deprived the'power for fUl'thel'misehief Relentless triction whatever. Please give this at least one und for the sale keeping and traiisuiisulou of funds as the S?d1fnibl'Sl11' Blllch'beuullfuUY-llrlclt""d fothree, makiug ito. more of t
f as they arc unprincipled, they look upon insertion\ in iu Co'"r.any' may IIced, and "* wlll' bfl COU8lateut w/Ib tho I'IIY lic'abol'O fully wamnted> YCWI.'i'i\: There w
order
; Amendment as a fair tiettlenient, they your paper to remove the W"SC8'or a >mml.slou, from l c this secti..
such a result us nn overwhelming defeat Theysee erroneous impression produced, unintentionally (Slgucd) ANDltEW that amount can bg made Address or call oil
.". should have unadulterated universal duffrage as in it the early overthrow of their ]party, tho no doubt, by the arliclo referred to. WaK lujtoll; D. c.APPROVAL. May Gth, 1jj! JOHNSON. I Ontce y sVrcalSfchluft; PAll of them )
the next step. How are we to get it? restoration of the States, and the !triumph of tho LEM'I, WILSON, letter' answered- w Sol'"i' fifth C'lrculaM ,W"
promptly, with.
'. "' .-... PrcBldent. Infatuated with tho unrestrained exercise Assessor Int Rev. Dept Fla.PAFEHS 01 TUE GOVERNOR. terms-, .. -- septi'laLBLACK ) B.VF.Dtreal
,f r 11'\ of pow r for the last four years, they regard EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I Ii -- -- -
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JUAREZ AOAIS A.JOITfYE.I> ) it as audacious insolence in Ole Democratic -4' I Augullt 20th, ltAA1, } Tut
lib
cOlleur' l'roeldcnt
'1 '."_ New York, Oct. 3, Bays the latest advices from party to attempt to check them now, and the AND DOCUMENTS EXECUD IN THE: Jeets oC the above named In8111ullou Jobn"on i,In mid approvill would of bo tbo ob. SMITHINGLAW Ing Square that b
glad to
ff Mexico report that MAXDIH-IAN has determined prospect that their power to ride rough t-hod over SOUTH BEFOIIE! THE: ESTABLISHMENT OF COL.LECTION. seo Drancbel cstnbllHhcdll1 f'lorlda' IIE J II
the President's vetoes b about to be taken from (::;Igned) n. 1:1.: WALKER 'I DJsck.lUhhlng b'lbluei8, tn all of saved, lik
himself the head of the and to .-A dispatch from varlou braudleo
I at
to put army Washington says: "The Gov.oU'ln. will bo ('tIlTiod 011 these wnigabbling '
them them all control. herclofore 1t'S
ami that ho considers his Empire exasperates beyond They new internal law at tbe oldlllilud of J1, D. :: ;
; the Liberals, revenue contains bv the >
fight untried to retain their a provision lludcrtllHlled.
fl ore leaving no means pow- APPROVAL OP THE GENERAL, Uuler tl1, \ : .
safe and have worked the into that all papers which were executed in dcnce or llE ur lUCKS. fardnersm
cr, they people a perfect the insur, HEAU Q"BTE1 U. 8. Foucf, IN FLOIllD.i.. ITTI time
The garriBou at Chihuahua lias pronounced in frenzy of excitement Mass meetings arc rectionary States before the establishment of col \'Cjard the Tllllllbnueo IJ IJ. 'r t 'rallllhn ecc, AuII', 23-lt. ELIZA13ETII O. f : ,. to.

killed the Governor FERKEZAS held at every cross-road. The people gather in lection districts .aIFroedmon'l obJeclllought to bo atiatned by tho .l. --- .--- .------.- '
had therein
favor of OBTEOA, numbers nnd addressed which! are invalid for" Saving !Iud Trust Company aliudubl and )Dr. }'ra
immense are Importnnt, and the
1 ) and compelled JPAJBEZ'IO fly to El Passo, Jacobins whose intlamatory appeals add by fuel crazy to want of stamps, may by rendered valid by affix 100. in the amo way c.tnbll.bment ia brauche are or Branch CBtabliuhcd in Talluhalio In ollIeI' :UcQl4EEK_ )lcU1'OSIl, ,. : ft man enii

This news needs confirmation( all news the !tremendous excitement, and itimulato the ing the proper stamps at any time before the 1st all Bonthcra clselee cities oC ,dopohon a& calculalod, whlle to \'OIIIOtu eeollomy IImong ," TTORYE1{ AT FLA. ,', ,can take It

does that fails to faror the LibcriiU I--ED.) passions and prejudices already fully aroused. of January, J867." beIng very dClilrable. (811'I1cd' 1111 well J G ae black"}' anUlis .-1. Olllc\l In tag Btato- Bank TALLAHASSEE.UuUdiug. ViU VCcBr"wllorc '.,, dO'ft' ah\'a't

aUI; ltn MaJoVuen" raV. lu I\II an1:ts-ti 01 tho ill. serrioos IIrc de. d, > "! "


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DEPARTMENT.Ff A forgery care, involving $0,000, ta on trial nlr! \
Savannah! Qa., la lutli: the only Uncases I \ [. LIVELY ,1'
__.. ,u.." _.__ _____._ .. _n____ '_ against the white forgrrnra thrro negroes Tho .'II 'T ,
ISDO.CENCE!: AsKEn.!: -We njjnlTi beg (the Civil Rights! Dill enable them to testify against I' G W Scott I .

Indulgence of our renders for the Hunt of oijlm\l! iiini, although contrary to the ]laws ot! the Wtutc.: I \\''' AJA AND flJ TAIL

mutter The Editor, Foreninn, mid one of the printers !.o __ _. __ ... .. ..._. ___ _

t in tlio office being hick "jnits us to our ? .
up 3lv \ \ :
d\r.\\'nti\ fmft\t\ ,
DEALER Jq .:;
trulnps" to got out any sort of n paper, nt all.Vc I 'I Ii r,.'
to bo able .-.-. --- -.,- -- -.. -. .. .. .
hope BOOH, to I'Cl'ol'"nil' well" on our ------- --- -- --.-.----._._--- -- -- '

l present "nick list" and un Improvement i l-i cuiydoimilincnt .6 ST.OX SCOTT, : hY i 4c A"E':' I'').' ) a It

of the I piiper.iCf, Tlmrstlny' Iho 4th 'inst.. one large Gold Sleeve Button Ov "
-- r tVrs'tit .- -- IIh the lettl'l'S 'J'. W. I y.oiiKraMid: ou It. The finder n. ,_ .--.0- j,1.. rl'i..1 I.,. .
\
will lie lilicinlly' reminded, by rotnl'sing I / (tho rntna to mo In 1 I -= --_ -. I WUKCKHD.-Wo arc informed by Mr.! Tnllnhnucc. 'r. W ::5 III X F., -- n. ..-
HATCH Hint there urns been n Vessel wreekud sonic- October.--- -('It-It-' '''.'.';;<
where oR'thc east const with three four hundred = 'S'" -.
or
'"" ""
pa Aengers OH tionrd, flnd n \\\rf number reported L. L. DKM1LLY, I \C\\o.\' I
lot WHOLESALE '" ED I1,.

Onnoeount of the iinperl'eet; noiklngof the line Brass$ Foundry amI ROll air 8110lJ) ., [. 1.'fOUIJU.

he Is unnblo to gut any additional pnrlicularaVe\ ) I TALLAHASSEE FLA. .
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hope to give n full account ot the terrible dhaaUrin AND ACETATE :MOIIPnr1\, F

our next Issue. ENGINES AND MACHINERY I I i I ..:. LIVELY.:-_ : ..
:
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(
'-'-'-'-'- ,,, _' (PRIME TUHKEY),
t.
has in of all kind put up and repaired. i i 'rr.f LPL by _. _.....:M...:..LIVErY-----:....:....
COTTON como very tlovvly, the past week. I
BL.nSS
Onsti.n.gs: : I )(} ozs. of vniioin' nppiovcd lirandt*,
Only twenty-one bales wcro received! this niarki t. or any pattern finnlshcd to order.WrouglttIron I the Ding Store ol M.I LIVELY..A. .
__ ___
this Is fl'on21 J.r -
The to cents.
price illuming 87 '
Piping Supplied. |I Oil;AND LAMPS
In the absence of a more extended local rl'\ol'lol : l tig Store: of >f. LT1'ELY.y
_
our own, we give the following from the local column IRON CASTINGS ', ., : 4rte.
hot,, "> to 73 pounds In weight furnished. OIL,
oflnto Macon and Savannah: papers : the Drug More of .;\1. LIVKLY.
Terms Cash on Delivery of Work.Shop {; ;: : ) -
MACOX, Oct. 3, 1800. LINSEED OIL (Engllidi,
There decided increase in the of on the toiith side of the street i lending out to the i the Drug Store: nf .. M. LIVELY,.
was a receipts Col hyp. .__._ _._ __u'_. _._. _. ____ oct_ 0-'t!'! .... '-- -- -- -- .,
cotton yesterday, and n corresponding increase in 1'IXr.:,

the quantity offering The demand was good, and Tallahassee Band I : -the---Drug !toro--of-.. --M.-LIVKLY.LIVELY.-. .
holders demanded the prices of (the previous day, String : \ No. 1 Extra and Pure,
nt the Drug' Store of ;
M. ,'
f which were readily conceded. For inferior cottons ..
," f IMII3 Excellent Band of Colored' Musicians X"1'S, Ground, Dry and }111 OH
there Is no demand, the better grades( bijiiif alone! JL sped fully inform the public that they arc 1'0'.1 Stock time.!Trug!! Stoic\ oh'_ )I., L 1'"L.: .....
I'} In request. We quote Low Middling, 31e; :Middling : prepared' to furnish the best inn-ic for Dnnceu of -
\ic, Ac., on reasonable tennn.Apply 1'8, for ArtNU"e,
;, ;:, 3)0: -tat unpaid-equal to 37 and 38c .: nt the Bather! Shop\ of J. Tit. Tluiislon. oct 4-at: 1 i, .___ M LIVELY.

, SAVANNAH: Oct 3, 18CG. \ n furffe s'upply, .
Tho advance in the New York market has Influenced Long Pond Mill. nt the_._Drug--Store_._or __-j\1. UVlL\ .

to nn excess our market during the past week :; .\ by thc)pound l or barrel
,,- On ;Monday and Tuesday the excitement was( at its rplIE mideisigned take this method of Infoimlug luj Lll VElt 1 1 | t_the Urug'!.! toro of___ M.: LIVELY.:._
A. friends nUll that ho (in the
generally now prepared by carik, barrel, pound or oiinee,
the
desirable lot taken Lumber .
height, every being cageily to furnish of(the bent nt short notice '
) qimlity !: ..!h..2'I'Ug Stoic ol'___ M._LIVELY.
market closing; firm on Tuesday evening nt 41o. fur and on a? reaoon.iblo terms n* uny mill in the State. i -
.," Jtv Mill In touted 13 miles due east of Tnlliihnwo, and { TOWELS,
New York Middling, Yesterday was quiet, with 3 miles north of station! Xo 2. Pen and C.'n. n. n, I .the}Ding MOM of_M. LIVELY I

, few sales and n great want of confidence in piicca. ___oct '_-lm____ A_ __.__..__.___ V ;M. 1 :NKEI. :! AND AGUE C'L'IiE.!
To-day we get news of a decline In New York, and : WIIIOH' WM, (OlFEl; {] TI! : : thoUrng! .Store 1:. Jlr ':\LIVELY. ..

lido to report no transactions, and n disposition on I FAll AND VJlt TER GOODSAT ; ti DI.\ ClIOLAGOanJTocnuIuc)

the part' of holders to yield liborully on the prices ol I 1 : t.t.t twee,Ding. Store_of_____ M. !:.n EL Y.

.' ', Tuesday, buyers, however, holding oil': I IIj TILEFASHIONABLE I FEVER ANU AGUE PILLS,

The Bales for the week foot up about 1200 b.ilcs, MILLINERY i iXD the Duif- -Store. ..of-_. ._5T.---LIVELY.--
1 about -100 of which changed bunds on TuCbilay. .\ { !" :II LDJA TED,

To-day sellers are naking 8*%!! to 89 Hc. for ;XewYork : AT THE $ .the. Drug! Stomvof. ____ M 1. LIVELY.

\, ;Middlings, though we hear of no transaction, DrBSS r JllkO1F i, EstalJlislllllBllt ) by K of --unurlnr\ quality, for medical LIVCLJ"i -
_.. M.
:;r further concession being demanded by thobopuiclmelng. l'uClE'r (, i t.KS.'hnudsfmielv: filled with_

I re :MRS. G A. LAMB, : Ie'L!! ,_ .., .__._ __M. LIVELY..
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i'>1 THE COLORED PATIUOIS Dlstl 1TrFIEU.FnCD. .--- OPPOSITE A HOPKINS' STORE. '. ," '.OIL Bale... ..,!by Hti/ard"_ ._ & (-'us\\'II'lItH1___ jt.: LIVELY.IIIIHhloll'1I:

,4 DOUGLASS and JAS. REUPAIII, addressed MITS. LAMB; respectfully) Informs tho ladies of Talk E OIL, u-iTl 5Jr till hue 1I1nchlller1.' "

,l,; a mass! meeting of negroes at Pittsburg a few New York see city nnd with vicinity a fjencrnl(that she nesoitmeut has just of returned goods In iiom her j!I 0nr Wholesale and I 1! : !thojJriig BTtcSIIES::_of .___ 1\1. LIVELY

::: days ago, and poured hot shot into the Radical line of business, comprising the latest styles of t nt ll the :!, all 81zon,
..Drug Stoic of Jf
L1VFIT.
:%: Convention. They complained Unit not even Dress Triiniiiiiii's Hats Bonnets Flowers &c I ". & <:, alaiKonsKortini'iit__ "" _
\, : : II : ,
Massachusetts sent black hero as delega U--that aay" !_the_Drug.Store. of! _. M LIVELY.
which, for etile, clewmce, und ilchncun, iti not fcinpiitiL'd( .i *. :_
those that went not I\llmitlecl-Lhlt! universal In
were by anything tho city. CASNELL A; CO., LONDON
because fear All Kinds of work in her line done promptly, and viiruntcdjo ,
suffrage was ignored they
negro tit. ... oct 2-tf
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ed they would lose several members! of Congress BRUSHES

by such an avonal-and that the whole thing, Administrator's' Sale T\re
arc .i :: ; :\ hXWi.rl.\G; ALL OTIIUJ1S.
': BO tar as tho black man was concerned, was n I ,
j pur?ounce of an order front the Hon E. L. T. Ulnke- -', which
ji humbug and cheat.. FUJSD. DUUOLABS said the I JiidL'n of Probate for (the county of Leon, State: of I'lori' > h iciidei them the moht Iel'jcet,
da, I will bell nt public unction, nt the court hound In Tul- ? not P0i-c8biilffaii; incredible clellllniu;; _
:1 people Bent lions to the Convention, and after I.ihaseee on the first ilouday In November next, to the which produce lie 1Ihlest htalioll!! 0'-
:/:' they gut there they allowed forts to speak fur highest bidder, tic south.cast quaitcr' of the north etlnuaiterof Uiddneas.roll, soullcu )produces dlllldrllll; anti
cotton tD!), in township 1, north of range 1, went; ALL AND
}, thom till aoiilhe quarter'of the pouthcst quiu'tor, the 1101 til- I bALl 11VGENERAL
( ; --'-'--- cast quarter' ol the south-west quarter, and tho uoi tilwestqmuter
of(south-east quarter, of section, In township! : LC T :E: Jr-a Y.
CONFLICT WITH THE .MU.lT.1Y.shorL 1, north of range :2, neat; containing about one hundred
time ago, a citizen finding two soldiers !at Waynes and sixty (lUll) acres' Also, lot No. IT, (iu tho oricinal plan i"1'M.! .. __ ". ._. _. '_ _
boro in possession of his horse, took out a of the city, and lot! o. !, In tho nortlie addition or the
city of Tallahassee belonging to thc c.'tato of Joseph Williams .
writ of possesson under our State law,, which lick of paid! county, deceased. To bo sold for half 1 :
was resisted by the commandant of the Fust. An cash the other half six months credit.
appeal was made to Gen. Tillsou, who sustainedthe !SOLOMON; : OWENS! ,
exercise of military authority. The civil w oct '_-\\_I lin__Adm'r__do__bouts_>_b nUll_estate_ _JOH._Williams__.__., ,
authority of the county then despatched an altoruey Agency
S. S. MILLER
to Milleclgevillc to consult with the Governor Calicoes Delaines
who learn has decided that tholivwsofthe
wo .,\ .tnw.E7t.1a11rtTrL1 IS ,,
State shall be enforced.A 9 I by the tbllou-ing Fiuvr

similar conflict, which occured in Florida, : : ;i( I ,
ia noted in our columns. It is extremely singular : 'OJ/Jlill1JC/'I./ figuiu: Los; '\
'. that the Secretary of War does not instruct Mahogony! & Pine' Furniture I \)\l't\t5\\lU111CS \e.b ,
t his subordinates on the true extent of their po\\"- (Ii' DatllHg' by
,
:.' ers, and more singular still that the limitations is KKEXCH AXU COTTAGE: (,IL\ 1BEn &KTTSAM I "Vjv'OO'b'i. > I
not made to square with the recent proclamation f
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,. of the President.Macau I'cleyritph, -\c\ \t.\ .\\ ,

..-... LQ2lGUUMATTIt \ GhAtHHz..5. I \\\C\ ,Q :

A SENSIBLE AND PRACTICAL BCIIEAU.=The : Ess :3 MADE) TO OK.3DJ3J BY
THE
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Waco Texas '\ "\
( ) Register says :

We have been requested by Maj. Manning, the No.P147 Broughton Streci, \' (\ Insurance: Co. Tallahassee-:!:!
Bureau Agent at tins place, to say that there are
no more freedmen in this county than are required SAVANNAH, GA. 4 Insurance Co., ColUll1 bul'l.
to save the cotton crop and as they have all wept 51! uflin\ '.,)Jn ;' "
?4 :Y .\\/I '. -
Co.
entered into contracts with the farmers here. L. C TEDEAU. W. S. l'n1LLU't 't : ; : : Sa nllluall.
none will he allowed to go out of the COUl1tThe ).-
:Major says that the cotton crop of this year TEBEAU & PHILLIPS IllS ct 'I'rU-t Co., do
, shall be gathered, and to secure this object lie .
will devote the whole of each week, Fridays and Wholfjalo and Uetail! Dealers InBlIS IllS Co., : : A guf.ta.
Saturdays excepted, to visiting the plantations in
YIce *DKiljk:t ,i
this and the adjoining counties On Fridays and Ul'mleC'Uo."r, : ; : .Euiaula.:
Saturdays he will attend to such other businessin ( :SHQEStats ,

the line of his duties ns may be necessary in TiiMirance: Co., : Vim-Iaia.

his office at Waco. ( ,. TrynEttz[ and Valises,
.-..-.-- ; Insurance Co. do
:\orth.East CORNER BULL AND llUOt'GIITOStrcet.: !, 'Iji'laefn: > ,,
4
Coleridge thus aptly classifies the reading '
world : SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Co., : : New York: .

1. Sponges, who absorb all they mid, andreturn .
If in the same state, only a little flirted WE invite\ tho attention of : Association, do
2. Sand glasses, who retain nothing, and are Florida Meichuntii and"P .
content to get through a book for the bake of get- Planters to our Domestic llmlJc' Co., jXV\v\ I Haven.

ting through the time. x..lt.. Fl. G-33 '
3. Strain-bags, who retain merely tho dregs of '(' Co., : : Hartford.
what they read. ANDWellassorted I _
4. Moral diamonds, equally rare and profitable Stock : (/ ('(\ Co. New Orlcam

who profit by what they read, and enable .
others to profit by it also. And would respectfully ask 1 (them to MARINE ',

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Examine! our Stock before Buying Elsewto> '
The stockholders of the lines of railroad running > wHm 1 1 AND

from Nashville to Decatur, viz: the Central As we ate detcunluod to eell at ttieZOZR'P I
Southern, Tennessee aud Alabam: Central, and }) NAVIGATION --
Tennessee aud Alabama, will hold a meeting on : RA.TEfBIAmid ,
"the 26th inst., for the purpose of consolicl(zing BY THE ',.
ou the 't'\ct\\: \. l\\\.l\. 1 \\.\\ \ \. :
the three roads under the namo of the Nashville d,,
and Decatur Railroad. This consolidation. improvement ::;\[os'r REASONABLE TE1IMS.acpt lWQ Insurance '( '
looks like u prospective extension of Company ,

the road to Montgomery, Ala., making connections 8'J-tu, If_. _.._ _.__ __ ___. ________ "Lixucvx; ., l\\\\\W\\v -\\\.\\\ \\" : / Home Insurance lu""I'-
with roach to the Gulf Mexico.! ( !,1P"" ;, ,.
1. .-... I, Wakulla Sheriff's' Sales ':,,:L l\ee: S e1t51 Home. Int-urance do %

;LKF'r.-Thc LaGrange Reporter, of the 28th, BV virtue of uu execution I Issued fiom the Clerk's ofllco ..:f .'. :.- ': : .r !'
says: "A lot of freeduiou left ]hero yestcrtay for tku ClrcnltCourt of WukulU county, and to mo \- tl'l'S' ...\ oyatiou.. ',,' '
directed, wherein AllVcd R. ,
Executor
is
Harvey (
,Tennessee. Wo understand there was nearly u uud UI'eer)1. Button la defendant,I luivo levied I'llllnlltta! CLOAKS
car-load of then(. They go to seek employment will offer for ante, before tho Court House door at Ciaw.I'linUvillo In-uranVe Company
and higher wages. We have no doubt many on the llrt.t Monday In November licit, \\liliiiithu : foo
more of them will between ( usual bourn of tiiln, tlio lollowlng property, to-wit: ,
this and
go Spring) Section 23, township 4, rungn 2, eoullt und west, six POLICIES
There will be neither food nor employment in liuiuired, und forty (!GlU) acres' ; und the south-went quarter
this section of the country for tho largo numberof teclion W! and fcoutli-cast quarter of section 30, aud the I :E-In1s: ; BY TILE; .Rt ,1 ,
north hall of sect hili Ml, toniibhlp ii, 1, south and .
them here. Wo advise all to go who! can" range I r
vast, six liundiod and fusty ((6-1(1)) acres ; and tho southeast -
------ ..-..- .- quarter of section 30, township 2, range 1, south and Life Insurance
cast, one hundred nnd sixty ((100)) acres. Containing in all 1'1-' Co I
'i)( BAVKD FHOJI DROWNING BY GEE E.-In Mon 1.1IU ucrca, upon which there un valuable Improvement I = ,I
treal, Tuesday, a little gill fell over the wire railIng Also colt! forty (40)head of cuttle two -.')ninlos,one((1)mare 01NEW 10111.
and two ((2) wagons, and sixteen (ID) head of .. ...
that surrounds one of the basins in Vi"er Lotted on as the property of (beer M. Sutton, audio be .
Square, Into water eight feet deep. She was Bold tosiitisfy said execuilon Dud cost, this the 84th day of I To arrive ia a iVw ilnys, \ the Lass of Litij ur !'cl"> ul1lAl "1u,4" .'
saved, like Rome, by some geese A number of September: ) ISliU; A. HALL,
these warblers that were kept there commenced 2ept 27-wlul __ __ __ _bhel'ilt' Wiikulla <:ounly. WillowVarc, Iron, Boots :; jury, by the :ill 1"IJ.'';" i't'r." '

gabbling about the accident, and attracted the JULIAN: BETTON '
gardner attention to the spot, Ho arrived just GlnsYan', and ever) thing Insurance' Company :':;: ,
-ia time to rescue tho child PEALEK IN ,
S> -, _.__. Boots Shoes and Leather U :1 'r I 0 I JOB. u OP JIAUTFOlil. .'- : .: ',''''ll'.H 4.11' I'

1 _IDr, Franklin, speaking of education, says: "If Will he ,,,-,1,1, : : ,. r',
man empties his purse Into his head, no man TALLAHASSEE, FL.l .\, iu guy ..fLhu wtMne dual'>auK'.; iH \).*.. .*.
lean take It from him An Investment in know!- Uaor North of the Stats Buuy,;, 1 : INSUItlxCE uiuier.ioJit'd $ ut COMl'ANVU
yoge always pays the lest interest. utar 11-17 <0 sept{ 6-1 w ,* >." :: v ,*""* ** :lp.Tulimi rr'i,,, ".

Qug1I-pGj: ] B. C. LEWIS. .

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BY SHOBER & OLIVER. IN TIlE MONROE BUILDING, & OLARK
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ff -- Tin STEAMER:
Tallahassee

MERCHANT TAILORSTALLAHASSEE

HI SENTINEL JACOB BUR K HIM ,

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I Tallahiuirc, Tuesday, October O. : ig READY-MADE CLOTHING -t\fU arc nowrecciUmj a flume aecorlmtmt: of Cloth, Cus ...'

------- ---- .. -- T >, .hiiici-n. Vesting* Linen Goods Clothing and l'nr'lootw. .
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------ IlI-blnA' con'lstin!!, III part, of tho
11 A LEAF rnontSouio (,IF.:. MAMMOTHESTABLISHMENT roil MEN, YOUTHS AND ]3OYM.Genticinon's Pino Black Uluo and Drown Broadcloths following; : '
Hindi Doeskin, Fnncy Spring Cuvslmrrcs f J
ten or twelve years ago, there appeared ;
Furnishing Goods llluo I-'lnunclH,lilnck Drnp'd Etc j :,
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in the Home Journal of Messrs. :Morris nml SY-LVAW' SHORE I niack and Colored Itnllnn Cloths; "

Willis, a little poem that struck us at the time by HATS: CAPS, &c. White White., Colored Colored nail amid Fancy Krncy Linen Linen Ducks Drilling;: ;

it birth Iud the Black and Brown Silk Mixed I
Unit Coatings ;
the graceful thought gave OAI'T. JAMES TUCKER.MUS Ali"o, constantly on hand, a inrlety of Fancy and White Mnifcllles;:
elegant finish of Its rlijmo. The other day we ninckSilk Velvet nnd Silk Ve.tluit8: S
and unrlnlincd. aJNckI litflUU'LSilk U White, Brown nnd Bull'Linen Milits\ ;
uncrcditcd xr I
found it floating about l"c.. \5 '\\\l\\\. JOB PRINTING Linen nnd PnimcrCollars. LIslo Thread j
If we arc not mistaken;; Is (the offspring of Fred .' Cotton all(Merino Half I(lose ;
-- Mixed and Fancy Cassimeres, Fine Cotton and Gauze Merino t'ndcrshlrts! i S
S. Cozzen's dainty fancy. Fine! Linen, Flume! Jeans ;
Rtenmor'I purchased' and filled up exprcBBly for the MARSEILLES DRILLS Cotton Flannel and 1 Meilno[ Uiidcrshlits
e I lent my lovo II book one dny; J. tn between t1a\'nl1nnh mill Horidn, leaves Lisle Thread, Dl'rllnllull Kid Gimps ;
She brought it back; 1 Ind It by ; Jacksonville! EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT after arrivalof ;
Handkerchiefs Black nnd
'T %'as llttlo either had 1 to nay- '. the train from, Tnllnhnwco. nnd arrives nt Savannah ou And a General Assortment ol the Finest SumIrmmtIers, Cashmere Ovcrshli Fancy Silk Tics and 1 Cravats;
l Sbe was >o Btrnngo, and I to shy. SATURDAY :MURM3U ill time to connectwith New ;

But yet wo loved Indifferent thliiRS York Pwseniren teamcre.hy ll-ill Ioad! cnn co on board Immediate) VEST I INGS ALSO A FINE LOT OFlIIE.ol
The sprouted( buds, tho bird I" lute; npon arrival nt Jacksonville without irolngto a hotel .
And Time stood still and wreathed his wings 1'. nIBBLE, LIN"EN: GOODS YOUTHS!:! AND BOYS'
With rosy links from Juno to June. Ai-'riitnt ,Jntk'omlllo. ,
CLAGIIOHN CUNNINGHAM: : -. &c. <&t &c. &c. Ac. SPRINGANDSUMMERCLOTEIN"G.
For her, what Usk" to dnro or do r June J 1-tf Agents at havannnh.thYllo .
What peril tempt? what hart11ipbe-arP -- -- IIIny ____._____
But n ltd her-nh t she never knew : I 2z..61l1XFtTTFICIAL : .
My heart, and wbat wa? hidden there I

; And die, with mo, no cold and coy, THB TEL mch ST-tf __ .- _ _ _
becm'd liko a maid bereft of seiifoj ARMS, LAND\ lEGS
) nil life nnd ,
Hut In the crowd joy-_
'- In connection with the Mewsp p r, w e hate Just fitted np J. II SANDERSON.!: C. K. WILRINSONSANDERSON .
1 And full of blushful impudence. .... .... ........ ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .... .... .
well needs OPPOSITE TIlE CAPITOL, AN ANATOMICAL
She married- -a omnn
'i i A mate, her life nnd love to share Ball and Socket-Jointed LeI!, with Side :Motion nt the
And little cares oprang up llko weed*, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA Ankle,like the Natural One, nnd n
J And plny'd around her elbow chair. & WILKINSON; ,

And jcars roll'd by-but I, content THE MOST COMPLETE LIFELIKEBLASTIOITY.NVENtI1ED .
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Timim'rt[ my one lamp/ nnd kept,It bright, BY J. L. McGUFFlN.ri WHOLESALE DEALERS .
'J'lIIolo's touch my hullbvpprlnt I BY A SURGEON' IN ,
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,, With rays nud gleams of silver light.
qtEproprIetcrouthisIIote Informs the pllhlicgenorally :
And then, chanced. I took the book JL nnd travelers in pirticnlnr I that ho st Ill lives,anti holds THREE PATENTS IN ARMS !
fl I WWrh oho perused III dnys gone: by ; forth nt the above place m of old. To his fiieiids and ne-
.3 And ti I rend such p-isslons shook qimlntaucs: It i I. neodkss to eay nnj'thing; but to allIrlends
My soul-1 needs must curse or cry. ( acquaintances nnd.strangers,) ho would Hay that ? | New Orleans, La., No. 77 Cniomlolet Street. Har &
OF {
JOB OFFICE SS Sattalery
; l continues to furnish the bust accommodations .nd faro ICtSj-j Augusta, Ga., next door to tho FoetOlllco. '
For hero and there her love was writ ho city nll'ouK Meals will bo liirnii'hed at any hour to 'j
: \ In old.1 half-faded pencil slims suit tho tra\clcr. There is a DOUGLAS ELY :M. D.,
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;, And If she yielded-hit by hitHer -
f; \ I heart in dots and underlines. Surgeon and Anatomist. '

i FINE BAR ROOM i ._t37":Address Dr. Ely at nearest Ofllce. July 81-fim! UNDER ST. ANDREWS II \LL
I Ah. I allvor'd fool I-too lute yon look I II ,
1 know it let me hero record ;
f ; '
j Tills maxim; LEND NO otiu A nOOK ttnchcd to the Hotel,where the best Liquors cm be found. JSTOTICH: : roDP : t
? i. UNLESS YOU READ IT AFTKUWAIID I Tlio motto of this Hotel Is, as It bns always been "Wo.trl'o t' IN THE STATE. T
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J33 ILWANTINGSCHOOLS.
TJI3L
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': i ._. .. to please. __ __ _____ Juno t-ly es BROUGMTOW STREET .f.


.:1 11: mian's G.tnI.L'UVicA letter contains! the following New bit York of irosslp Bohe: GEORGIA G U I ATE' LEG U 11A1I1PllbiShCd \ TTAVINO BEEN APPOINTED_ SCPERINTEXDEXTjl SAVANNAH, GA. '1

In one of my recent letters 1 spoke of gambling: of Public Schools for Freedmen in thetateofFloridaIntheplaceofL.M.Jlobb
.. as one of the vices of our I fashionable women,andI We have goae to great ex: cole to procure ., may S-tf 'II
F have since learned that it i3 i practised in certain p erona wishing Teachers, and Teachers "":: '
) at Macon Georgia, \\'I lehine! Schools,will address me through the :::5-
modish for
I quarters more than I had supposed.! In j .
I will Dud
f Poet Ofllce, nod when present, inc nt J'S
Fifth Avenue, and Fourteenth and TwentythirdStreets DAILY AND WEEKLY.! I the Methodist Parsonage, in this city. SADDLE
11 there tire parties of ladies from which the! E. 13. DUNCAN, ,
.1))
Iii I :1 opposite sex arc sternly excluded, where the fair ,JAMES K. SNEED AND SAMUEL I30YKIN, may S-tf _______ Superintendent. "
Ii gamesters play until daylight for large stakes; and EDITORS. HARNESS AND CARRIAGE 'r'
ti NEW TYPES I Iif
4 it not unfrequcutly happens, that, when their THIS I'LOllIDAEXOa.A.rJGE! S

F f purses are depleted, they put np their bracelets, Term of Subscription : '

11 if necklaces, aud watches, as wagers. Sonic ol the U.iily edition, per annum . .. ...$13: 00 : : ESTABLISHilENT.I 1
feminine gamesters lose heavily,and the desperate CORNER MONROE STREET
ON THE OF ,
shifts-no allusion to their wardrobes-to which Weekly edition, per annum . .. . 4 00 ;
OPPOSITE TIlE CAPITOL, 'i
they are put to conceal their losses, and replace Subscription received for the Daily for less than a year HAVE JUST KEC'EIVED A LAIJOE ASSORTMENT ('

: them, must be fearfully demoralizing. A o it t the same rnte. IB constant ", ..-=--.IJ.JI ',,__....""'; ,. Goods, con--Wiiig ofOetitleiiicmi ,
young The new proprietors of the TELEGRAPH mo resolvedo ( the Latest Detinue, supplied ..-"-" -- __ -- ...
woman, the daughter of one of our most opulent; spire) labor, or expense, to make It the LEADI'Opnperoflho with \'oryr"f'i.r' ._ -- citons, wa pointed out to me last Saturday in State If not of the South. In addition to its ylNEarLIQUORS -! '""'* Fine
!:: Double! and I Hnrncsi'
Single: \ ;
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( :: :r.
J :::J fJ
I II of Editors who of
the Park eculnr nro men much
lISnotoriol1s gambler, by one of her corps expert* c' Uridles, Collars and Whips,
CIIBC-well und favorably known in the bonth: -wo have Saddle Cloths
own sex, who informed me she had parted: with that can bo .. ,
employed nhlo correspondent* nt most of the lending
+ ,,: nearly one hundred thousand dollars since she I p oiiits ol interest-sticli Washington, New York, Paris, found. Leather Shoe FJndlug-of 1III Kinds c\ery, dcec'ilptlon. !'

went to Saratoga, in July, and made her dot ug I Liverpool, &c.' ICE will ho kept on hand every day during the summer S, Traveling Satchels nnd Trunks,
1 I : papa believe she had expended the sum in dress LFADINU' F'EATt'RE.-The .lending feature in tho TEL- New Power Press and every refreshment provided that can bo found In any Saddle nnd Hanices Hnrduare, S
JGH\ will be its devotion to the rights interests nod similar establishment In the South. Carriage Trimming, S
I i and charity. The young woman in question i h f'eelinsn i.f Georgia nnd her stlcken ulster :States: ; we In our READING ROOM will lie found a select lIst of Wagon! and liupgy Hubi", S
very pretty, not more than twenty ; and no one WoUld lIft thorn up from tho valley of humiliation, exhort late Newspapers, fiom every part of the country, North lliifriy! bhiifts, !spokes und Rim,
I regarding her pale, spirituelle face, her soft, bh'e them to aforgetfuinessorthue pant, except Its glories,, and and Sontn.: Buggy Axles and Springs, / S
nerve their arms for the arduous HI I rubles: of the future. 'l'IIELARGE AND COMFORTABLE: MLLIARD SA
ant'gentlo
eyes, and reserved manner, would imagine CojniERCi\L DEPAnTMENT.-Tho commercial depnrt- LOOM, tip stairs, wlllpio\en pleasant place of resort to I r_!
u ; !she had fallen a victim to one of tho most ont of tho TELEOKAPU will receive special attention. those who Indulge In the game. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES
.
r dangerous of vices. Daily roports will be glvell of all the lending markets of Dlay2! -'! W. A. OWLrn.
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I, "'.'''- __ he union, toijether with a full weekly review of the local __ of descrlpt Ion.
: ; market while, on the arrival of every steamer, European, Manufactured expressly for us by Hoe & Co., eerv Machine\ S
A STRIKING COS1'U.\IE.-\.t one of the recent ,, pollllcnl aunt commercial accnnnt will be given. In this Belting
j'l ,k I watering-place balls! the most striking toilette was respect wo hopo to oll'ur such advantages as will make tho P, B, BROKAW'S \\'ork mado.t\. order and Ucpnlvlng done with dispatch. -
worn by stately Georgian girl whose Telegraph an indispensable visitor to the counting room
Agent Wheeler
summers & WHsou'i and IoWC'1i SEWING
of merchant and tradesman.
could not have exceeded every and Sale Stable :MACHINES.!! ,
f twenty, but who carried Education Aqplculliiro aud tho Mechanic Arts will be Livery :
herself with the air of a woman of forty. Her bsterud as tho true sources of all National and individual oct 20-tf! J. E. PrRDY. 4

i., dress consisted of train of white velvet, fall'-ia pro perlty. ,
I: not from the waist, but from the shoulders, and M JOB PRESS TALLAHASSEE FLA M. G. EHRLICH
TilE U'KKKLY TLJ4EGRAI'JL.The
,
i ; trailing its low length along. It was without .

f sleeves, but was held over the shoulders by clus Proprietors take special pride in presenting their : WHOLESALE DEAIEH IX S
:: ter clasps of large diamonds. The arms were bare iVKEKI.Y: EDITION to the public. It contains eight( \T7AGONS TT, Buggies, Car-
, and polished as those of pases Fifty-six Columns, almost exclusively of rending on hand rIagcsandUirueKsal and foi sale. Millinery and Fancy Goods
statue of a Praxi- natter, nnd in /point of typography ond general nppearmce Dry ,
tiles, as 'were also the fa<"e and neck and bust.- u is without rival at the /bouth. Specimen: numbers nov 0tfEDGAR

I Her hair was powdered with pearl, and dressed S sent ions by on mail business to all to applicants. Address all communica- Manufactured to order by George P, Gordon, New York, TRIMMING, LACES, SILKS AND:! WHITE GOODS,

I ribbon in the Aspasu style ; but instead of the blue W. A. REID & CO., ..:........t.. ..OUEHAUI. .. .. .... BEJ.JAMIX.:. .. .U... TERHILL6TTEEAED .. .. ..... Constantly on hand a large aSsortment
usually employed in the making up ot nag !91.-If Proprietors, Macon, Ga.
I: t that superb coiffure, a circlet of diunoud star- TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED

.I clubterswas substituted.! The slippers were -of & FEKHILL .

'I I, white kid, aud had diamond buckles lastening THE OUTHRN l1 GE RGIAN Hats,Caps, Bonnets & Straw Goods
\\1: blonde and satin bows. .:'o gkn es or bracelets The Very Finest Inks ;!

1 were worn, and nought broke the magnificent Every description ol

sweep from the round, plump shoulders, to the: BAINBRIDGE CEORCIA. Cotton
delicate tips! of the taper fingers.!!! Altogether: the FactorsAND FANCY AND LADIES'] GOODS, :

costume was a model of richness, simplicity, and Rov. Dr. "W. HOOKTCR.: : JSclitor. AT : ,
every good and perfect thing but modesty. G-KO. V. 3A.33riIOIi.: ;Proprietor. "W'HOLESALE.Country.MilIllles .

_f ..'... Of all Colors, andrtv1 | SuppUed-Orders PromimilyAttonded to
PAPER established in 1837, and has the largest circulation .
MAcoN A
: AND BncNswicic' KAIL HOAD.-The iu South-WoBtern Georgia.

Brunswick Courier of the 28th says: The (ieorglan, beIng "devoted particularly to tho Interests UNDER ST. ANDREWS' HALL '.
of Southern au7l South-western Georgia," Is an General Commission ,
We arc happy to be able to announce to the excellent Advertising[ Medium, and is commended to MerchantsBay

Mends of the city of Brunswick, that the comple- Business Slcn O\'orywlwro. Jefferson @ "t; 1" Q G "t,
Mr. JOHN\ GHl'BB is the General
tion of this Koad to No. 7, on the Atlantic &; the GtonuiAN and will receive Subscriptions Traveling Agentof and : 1)'E V V1t"R'. Street Savannah Ga. ONE DOOR S
FROBUOCOIITOs':
44 Quit Rail Koad, is now assuming a tangible Advcrlisumenu, and all contracts made for us by him ivill : ,
suapc. The President of the Koad had a consultation be complied with.

with our City Council which was satisfac WILL cell ou Commiar, Cotton, Timber Produce may I0-tf SAVANNAH, GA.
TERMS:
OF
tory to both parties, and will result, we hope, in SUBSCRIPTION: Merchandise. Consignments solicited. When S
.
the Ouecopyoneyedc..s 00 desired, we will ship cotton to our friends in New York
speedy of commenjcracnt of operations on this Gno copy eli months.... .. ......., ..,. -ti......... ... 1(0 and Liverpool, making liberal advances on the same. BARNETT
end the Koad.
Arrangements have : & CO.
already
Which enables ni to do In the neatest manner ;
been initiated for tno purchase of the Iron, and Advertisements inserted ;;; liberally as in any other REFERENCES:
nothing is now necessary but a. few preliminary Journal, Address, COTTON FACTORS,

arrangements before commencing the grading GEO. A. PADKICK, Proprietor, Robert HaberHham & Son, Savannah, Ga. Grocers and
July H-tf "
Balnbrldgo, Ga. General "CommissionERCHANTS
very small amount of which is to be done. Geo. W Anderson, do

We now say to those who have determined to Hunter Anthony&Porter, do
; Gammell, do
move to Brunswick, but who have been waiting To the Merchants, Manufacturersand : EVERY KINO OF JOB PRINTING KNOWN TO THE ART,!: John L. Villnlonga, do ,
for the Hall Koad is .- n -- Erwin & Harden, COLUMBUS
,now your time. Come at -TR : r' -f do GA., & APALACIIICOLA, FLA.
once. Come while the lots are cheap. Come Residents Georgia -- 'i.. J.Governor H. Bull,D. 8. Walker, Tallahassee, Flo.
do
and build, and provide homo for your family, t William R. Fottcs, do 1)ROMPT attention given to all Consignments and bhipmeits : ,
preparatory to entering into business. Come to /GENTLEMEN: I have the"pleasure of presenting to Ex-Governor A. K. Allison, Ouincy, Fill Cotton fo New York,New Orleuua and Liverpoujl. -
ttay, and not to look. You all know what kind VJT your favorable notice the first prospectus of the Samuel Savage &Swann Hallo, Jacksonville Gainesville Fin. Liberal advances-made_on coneigumcnts.Eeceiving .. S0
,
of a place Brunswick is; i if you do not you oughtto. t GEORGIA STATE DIRECTORY, FROM THE C. O. Barnard, do Fla. [mays. C6-ly. and
:
House
Unsurpassed Forwarding
by any city in the South I -
Tbo Directory will give the names of all tho Business Men,,
facilities
harbor
health and climate, it offers superior Manufacturers, l'ro\'e..lonalllIon, etc., residing or doing .. TURNER & MCLAUGHLIN APALACIJICOLA, FLA (
inducements to any one wishing to change bushiest ia any city, town, or lllaga in the Slate. It will
- their home. All we want now is a. Hail Koad ulau give a general list of Charleston, New Orleans, Louisville P.A..PEEt, : : AVE respectfully) call attontion to the fiitt, that we hays a
communication with the interior Cincinnati, Ualthnore, Philadelphia and New York Er.A..1'\TGJN'GS: J JL established a house in Apalnchicolu, lorido,for tho
When
S we get merchants who transact bll.lne..wltll State. It is purpose of doing a GeneralC03IJHSSION
our the
'v that, the people wilt tame* But it must be recol indention of the publisher to publish aboutTla.oxi.so.aa.cl ANDWINDOW

vantage.lected that those who come first' will have the ad ;Ii'iv-a : Oojpios. Mamm A Tr31I; l AUt P ct:hr P SHADES. Biibiness.best houses Havln fn established AND relations FORWARDING with some of the

Foreli'il and
- '4I-.*- Trusting that the Directory will meet with a liberal tup- wo Domestic ports wo
port from the merchant of our State, I remain, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FRENCH, hm prepared to other unusual advantages to J
SCENJ3: AT A BULL }'IGllT.-1'he Paris correspondent Respectfully, your obedient servant, n I'II erhanl. Window Shades ENGLISI and ri pliers' of cotton and other pl'O of the London Globe JOHN CLU3BON BRAIN. Publisher, tnrci, Loods,Cords, TasseU, Gilt Comers Bands &c. Fir I'l'eclallittenUon will be given to all
says : Box itl-1, Buvaunah, (in, All goods sold at New York prices with Freightage Cotton sent us for sale, either in '
; "We are to haven bull fight at the Hippodrome, J. ORRIE LEA, of Charleston, .C., General Agent. : added L our own or any Foreign S
L in tho Champs Elysecs. The director of N. J.-DAURELL: ,of Savannah ua.,ion I Traveling Agent, TO TIlE 112 Brougliton Street Iu addition ;AItKET S
thai toour
F. L. COOPER Commission
Augusta, Ga., Traveling Agent. tiifclncss, wo will keep con
: M. Arnault stantly on hand
concern has dually got a regular a large stock of
authorization for such a spec&clo. Five bulls SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
TERMS OF ADVERTISING f' may 2-1-wt r GrOOC1'lCS. .4
of Spanish race, are already in Paris, destined to Which will ho oflercd to Merchants Ii
(ADVASCE:) and Planters: at PrIces
figure Diablo iu, Infernal this butchery, Leopard, Their and Tigie.names arc This Triple, One One Pago.Half .'... .... .. .*8000 1000 Delicate Carte de Visite. BRADLEY, HILL & 00 onran III the io'ruuiioi1! Wc8tern Markets, merely adding cost S _

day we got accounts from very One Fourth Pago........... ..... 18 00 'o will bu p-reparcd) to accommoduta our friends with
Montpellier of svd advances
a Ono Merchant's Card, Including of Commission on er TON sent for sale and
copy Directory 10 00 : u* or ,
Merchants ehlpment
catastrophe ia the suburbs of that city, where i a Price of Directory. ... .... .. .. .... 600 hurt to furnish em with bagging and rope for the coming crop t
bull fight had been organized in the presence of julj 10-11 SAVANNAH dnrlng the entire season
six thousand lookers-oa! wooden GA. N "-rr01""oiino in Columbus Ga. will bo continued
; a structute, in at the old stand
Clair
corner of St. and -
Broad streets.HARNETT
the form of an amphitheatre, set fed as a temporary NOTICE.IS 'lTE', : hAVE COMMODIOUS FIRE-PROOF
erection for this performance, hi tho midbtof .,and are prepared tostore Cotton WARE fiCOWILLARD'S S
hereby)given that application will bo nude at the next and Produce Naval Store: jUllU 21-om.
( ,
generally, in _
which] crash of timbers he ed any quantities. Wo S
a of
a mass people session of the General Assembly for an amendment or theral cash advanc08 011 all will munk ---i
into the arena whc.o the hUll was carcel'ingn alteration of the Charter of the rensacolu and Georgia nrnl.1I Fertilizers: Bacon and consignments to us.V can
full lury; a dash was made by the beast into J Kail Road Company, to authorize l: said Company to dlspoge ORDERS.SOLICITED. owellt, price.. Produce generally, nt tb 0 HOTEL
of the Drench lioad from Live Oak to the Georgia Line,, ,. ------ --- may 2-.4-lJut .)

the tossed thick aloft of,more the crowd than, a a dozen mother were and: child frightfully were and pose the*. Franchise iu respect T thereto. '* '* I., and.. for .other pur-, t :, 'i" : ," ;. $.'.)...000 A Stencil YEAR Tool.made No by -any ono WIh-j :: QUINCY, FLA

gored, and the assembled multitude had their Ill E. HOCSTOUN. 'l'iiu, Presidents, Cu.hlel'll and experience lIeceun,
sensation." Pre,,'$ 1'cu &:I GA It. 11. ... ono tho crcular.! bent: lice Treasurers of 8 Htlflk It I- FIST CLASS HOII";;;
of what with Tills
the/ sought-a Leg.4-3m. lalll\>les. Address lb is open for the JceelUOII '\
AmerIcan
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8UOBER & Stencil Tool S the '
,' OLIVER, Proprietor*, -w3m Works' SprIngauld" Vermont.'aug traveling public, "' .t
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( The HODGKISS & Co. p nsa OlaIl l i a Railroad I VALIDITY OF DEEDS Full LAND SOLD FOR A Sketch---- -of- Hie -Jumulcu Piirllamcnl.-

ijpia COX
FACTORSAND 'F.DEnA'l'E Mot iMI'OltTANT DECISION.Tito Deliberative assemblies nre not always markedby
IK
WnrreutQn (Vn.) Sentinel coutuina the following n. due 1''ganlto propriety( and tho excitement,
Tuesday s -, CHANGE 01 CHEDULE. report of nn interesting uiul important of debate
or ofsomelliing more potent, seems to
I
G l mmi i Mht n case : produce similar: results the world over. A, Into
Torms r o1 n r c s fS" rf7rrfn raItBaA.Klr I II Stewart and Palmer vs. Hnnbnrk. An action traveler through Jamaica/ thus records his experience
i-IJttt-L llJJjx-a.- r.r..Psy""i' II I of unlawful detainer. among/ the law-makers of that colony,
l'er Do Annum-twice three ft \fiiTALLAIIASSKE I This Is nn action instituted by the pl..'{plUTa to which reminds! us of scenes that arc sometimes
O. 10 BEAVER STREET,
])0. -once n recover tho possession of ti tract of lTml; called witnessed in our own Congress :

T "32" c :rms. I: V AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE:: Jitiyltl1,116i.THAl.VS (OX Wavcrly, n milo nod n half from this place The The House of Assembly nnd the Chamber of
Rates / O tho I'ciisarola nnd Gtitnnm. litillrond will run as fol trial' of the case has cngiigcd! -the attention of the the Legislative Council lire both situated in the
t Formerly Smollwooil, Enrlo & Co. and lows: Court for the lust three days, and the main point (flame square with the Governor's mansion in .
One Square, lor the I1r ; 'I J,. L. Smllllwood & ('0., N.y. KASTWA1U, in the case was ns to the validity of n deed executed Spanish Town They nro yellow buildings,
Ono Square, two S (;11. ) Leave Quincy nt. .. . ... ..... .... ... ... S.10 A. M. by Ii. 31. Smith:! to the plaintiffs in June erected considerable and not without
One Square, one week : }'III. Late Hodgklsi, Scott & ('0", N.Y. Arrive 'Tallahassee.. .. .. .... ... .. .7.10 1803 the expense,
Ono Square, two ... ... consideration of which was Confederate Sonieprctense. Butneei'thelesstheyarcuglyugly -
Oa. ). Leave Tallahassee at .. .. ... ... .. 7.85: "
One Square, three Lea'efoutlcollo... ... .... .. .. ... .. .. 8.10 money from their color, ugly trom the heat, and
---------- Leave Mndlron ... .... ... ..... .. .. .. .11.23; anbiick[ entered' tho of the ugly from a certain heaviness which
, I .. : Co> I through; RESIDENT; AGENTS, to Arrive at Lake City nt . .. .... ... ... ... 2.J I'. XI.WESTWAIlD. land in 1802 and upon possession seem natural .
c I'I I OX AND SELL COTTON in nil the I held it ns the tenant of Smith. to them and to tho place.

0 y I'K:: I I 0 I I ; I II ; or forward from THESE PORTS Leave Lake City at .. .... .... .... .... .. 8.40 A. XI. Smith sold nod conveyed to tho plaintiffs: by the ThC house itself, in which the forty-seven mem
e .. or Leave Mndlson at .... ..... .... .... .... .... ...12.05 1', XI. : deed of June, 1803 The question of tho deed hers bit is comfortable enough, and not badly
'" .; co 8' I '8'" I DIRECT Leave Monticello! . .... .... .... .... .... l.in was raised by the defendant s counsel by n motion adapted for its purposes. The Speaker sits atone
Arrive at Tallahasaeo. ......... ... ... .. 3.60 to
p ; prefer. Leave Tallahassee .... .. .... .. ... ... .. 4.13 exclude it ns evidence from the .jury' and end nil in full fig, with a clerk! at the table
00 11 90 15 t In LIVEUI'OOL are well us will give Arrive at Quincy at. .. .. ... .. .... ... .. 0.13; was elaborately] nrgucd by Messrs. Helm nnd below ; opposite to him, two-thirds down the
$8
2.1 11 00 20 00 !7 ; the iidvnn ages of that market. ST. MA11KS TtaiN. Ilunton, for the defendant, and Messrs Tucker room, a low bar, about four feet high, runs across
3. 15 00 27 50 37 Leave Tallahassee at.. ... .. .. .. .. .... 7.SO J\. M, and Siiuckleford for the complainant Court it, As far as this the public arc always admitted
Arrive at Ht. Xtarlti at.. .... ... . .... ;
4. in 00 35 00 47 W. SCOTT & CO. fl.20 overruled' the motion to exclude and when of
5. 23 00 42 60 67 Leave St. Marksat. ..... .. ... '" ... ... .. .12.20 XI. nnd allowed any subject special interest is under
6. 2700 50 00 li7 1 TullahnssceFla. Arrive at Tallahassee at... ..... ., .. .. .. 1.50 p XI.t the deed to go to the jury The result of this ru discussion, twelve or fifteen persons may be seen
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'I. 31 00 1i7 GO 77 :, ( ; S IIulf an hour will ho given on the arrival of tho cars ling settles! the law, so far as this Court is concerned there assembled Then there is a side room opening
8. 35 00! 11-I00 87 at Tallahassee! for Dinner, going from and coming this way. in favor of the validity of the deeds lot from the house into which members take
9. 3t 43! 00 00 77 71 00 60'107 07 ,, ; CUNNINGHAM & CO. and A lino between of Biases!Monticello between nod Quincy Thomnsville Dnlnbrldgo, will and Albany lands sold 1 during the Will''for Confederate mone)", their friends Indeed, it is, I believe, generally

11.. 40 50 81 00 115 : ,, 1 with the trains. connect The jury rendered ti verdict for the plaintiffs open to any one wearing a decent coat. There
II!., 50 00 no 00'121 ', !) ; !)/ FACTORS ROBERT WALKEIt, We understand the ease will be carried up to the is the Dolmonico of the establishment, i'l which]

11.13. /5Uno 53(\ 00 001 102 III! 60 60)131)140 ,;, : : AND -may 3-tf Ucn'l Snpcrlutciulciit_ Court of Appeals honorable! members) take such: refreshment as the

15. 00(108( 50 147 ; : F. W. SIMS. J, F. AVIIEATON, -- -.-.--- warmth of the debate may render neeessar '.- '
10. 82 00 111 00 155 ; : ]( sloiifflcrcmiite] ] Late ofi:1av.: HClmh Ican. Lute of Wilder,Whcnton &Co Oiucmup XOUTH CAROLINA NAMES.-Clio- Their tastes seemed to me to be simple, und to
17. 65 00 140 00 lc>2 \ ; ; : ; wan pets its n.imo from the Chowanokes who addict themselves chiefly to rum and water.

18.10. _71 OS 00ll30 00 123 00 00 177 170 ( STREET, NEW YORK F. W. SIMS & GO. once owned the soil The Chowan River sepa I was throwing away my cigar as I entered the
rates it l from Gnti'-i of the "
and Hertford. Edenton on precincts house.. 'Oh, you can smoke,
Obituary Notice", : SmallwoDil( Earle & Co SAVANNAri: GA. nn Eastern {projection' of Albermarlo Sound is i said my friend to me ; "only, when you stand at

will Legal bo charged Notices as 'I ( formerly, ] Smullwooil, Earle & ('0. nnd tic capital of the county called lifter the Royal 1 tho doorway, don't let the -Speaker s eye catchthe
'lIl except Notices of )\. & CO Factors and General Governor of the province' Charles' Eden, who light; but it won't much matter" So I walked
t for which shall be $18. died in 1722 and was buried in Bertie' county on, nnd stood nt tho sidedoor, smoking my
j ti -,-- --..- ? experience In the sale of Cotton amid oth- Edward Teach the celebrated Black Beardundnotorious l cigar indeed, but conscious that was desecrating

d 1t\.of(ti W\ \ (!) ) t' produce prepared, we to make respectfully ndvnuces solicit, for consign which:: i COlillh1S SION 7 ]IEHCIIANT I I N NAND f 1 tCcrncukcIllet pirate, with twenty. Tench's of his men Hole,,surren within the I place.saw five or bix colored gentlemen in the house,

t J. PERKINS & CO. it name from this buccaneer nnd two negroes-sitting in the house ns mem
who fitted out hcrc'n piratical sloop which crecouetib : -
A. L. __Tlllll1hll see, Fin.' DE\IEIS! IX do Nit comnmerclcd 1 cd, I could not but be gratified to see them in'

In a hand to hand fight with Lieutenant Jlrtyn- thc fair enjoyment of of a. fair ambi
TTORNEY AND
A Solicitor in '"" W SCOTT & CO. Produce MertiiaMisc, Lumber Timber and ard, who sailed from Hampton Roads in pursuitof ( tion. Had they notby effects of their own made
also. In connection > : lht c pi rte themsslvcs greatly superior to others of their

before Washington tho City, << FACTORS COTTON" t tenant Maynard 1 sailed up to the town off Baihwith race: they would not have been! there. 1 saw-

!tress. ANn the head of the Black Beard fixed upon the this, fearing that ]it may bd thought that I lea

C'oiisigniii-'iit.i ui-c Jflcujicc/fiillii Sdicttcd, and will receive bowsprit of his vessel. There is n tradition thatthe grudge black man such a position. I begrudge
A. J. J It NI CI'CIUUltS Strict Attention. bend of this ffeebooler was afterwards< set up the black men nothing that they can honestly
os terror to all evil doers, at the mouth of the lay hands on; lut I think that we shall benefitneither

.tJL A TTORNEV Olllco up stairs AT FLORIDA. SOLICITS Consignments of Cotton and Frodncu eller. Kcckouohtnii( river, near Hampton, Va., from thCl.lnOt. ourselves by attempting with a
sale
from 0 a. m. to 1 p. m., __ States or Europe( ,, or and shipment I will make to advances nay point on in consignments tho:United which circumstance: Black Beard's, Point takes false philanthropy to make them out .to. be other
oct 2/1.1y/ : ', Fla. I T. II. IfODGtGSSJ.N.y. anti sill pille lit.. its name The! officers killed in the engagement than they arc
N.Y.: | D, H. VOOLE, N.Y. JOHN !S. DANIEL, Jlonticello Florida, Is interested were buried on Pembroke farm where the !tom S The subject under debate was a railr/ay bill.-
\ in our business, and (parties cont'cring; with him will arc now visible to the antiquary. The railway system is nut \ey extended in flue
obtain all information. He is
and Cotton to !, New prepared to advance on consignments
A TTOKHEY AT Orli'nn on or ship Savannah. Liverpool July 17-tC_ and furnish flagging and Hope to parties ship-) It is said Lint the c-1Jul'l1cterot'Oov, Eden suffered island ; but there i is u railway, and Uiotnlkwas
JV. practice in the < Ing to or through us. by a Supposedintinacyw'itluTeaebupouw'hos C of prolonging it- Indeed, the house, I believe, '
jloc 2:3-\: tf TURNED"GROCER dend body was found a letter of the Governor's had on some previous occasion decided that it

H. REFKltENCCS: : Secretary, Intimntimr\ the intimacy! of the Secretary should be prolonged, and the 1 present light was"
W. II. NEW'YORK. MACON, OA. and the regard oi'lhe Governor ; such is the ns to some pIn ticu\!: !' detail. What that detail 0
(Icoive U. Cnrhart, I I'I'.... X. N. C. jruni'oc J. I. ('nr. historical I did
TTOHNEY AT ; account before us. The beautiful sound was not learn, for the busiucrs
being
A Y. & N. II. J{. R : D. II. hart: J, I). Rosa performed
practico In the < AND Baldwin & Co. : Jonathan in front Edenton preserves its name after Gen. was u continual series of motions! for ad
dee 23-t Roars !IO Wall!' Street. HaiTold..nIERfCl'S'l'h"I11I1 George Monk, who was Duke Albemarle' ( tho journment carried! on by 1 u victorious ir'nority of

Xerehant AlGliI.\l\-lJSIJIIIl-bar.SAVANNAII.W.. : 130STON.-E. C'. Drew.MOXTICELLO firm lend! of Charles II, tied one of the Lords three.
JAS. D.
..i :51! Wndliy Fla.-Liu Proprietors of Carolina. Mr. Wheeler says the It was clear that the conquered majority of
t TTOKNKY AT FLA. I'rtC.. It. ]{. & Jilt ('0. KO & Roach early history of Chowau is full of incidents, und l say thirty-was very angry. For some reason,

2In tho Monroe aug203n1For:!_ ___ presents an inviting field tier n volume of interest appertaining] probably to the tactics of the house,
Hopkins.\ ; given to the pnrclmse, milo and ship and information. The devotion of her sons to these thirty were exceedingly anxious to have

JAMES 41"o. be of accompanied Produce Merchandise.with the cnuh Orders, or its GR..EA.TINDUCrviJ'ENT the cause of Liberty was marked: and admirable some special point carried and put out of tho

: !. July lIMim: Wheat, Oats, Corn, Cotton, Wool, Naval Stores way that night, but the three were inexorable.
ATTORNEY AT and Fish uru the chief IJl''due1ions.-.Yl/fulk( Day Two of the three) spoke continually, and ended
Look. every speech with u motion for
CEOltOIi: W. AXDEltUON, JII., rdjournmcnt.
building opposite JOHN W. ANDKHTON JR. --- ...-. And then one of the black gentlemen arose,

DR. lV. ,1udcl'snn: & ions. '1'1111 t:[toss. and made a calm, deliberate little oration. Tile

an :Enterprising Mans Quaint lh.irgh the co' ('11ctiol be of the following words he "spoke were about the wisest which were
OFFICE REAR OF and spoken) that night, and yet they were not
Jim 2-Gm.( .- Forwarding i .. ... )poem, yet never has: the story of the Cross wise. Ho offered( to the house n few platitudes very

: G .C7: .N'Ta been told with more truthful simplicity : on the general benefit of railways, which would
I um nnxioiiM to settle my old business this coming have
J. S. BOND, uixtl IJrynn Street .i.\ winter, I shall ofl'er for sale tho following]] Valuable niest they who seek, applied to any railway under the sun, say
A ::;.\VANN.\U, OA. Propeity) III and near tho town of Quincy, Fin.: : While in their youth, hug that eggs and fowls would bo taken to mar
DRS. BOND
; With spirit meek'! ket ; and then he sat down. On his behalf I must
_____ A Tract of Land The way of truth, declare that
their there were no other ords of
OFFER To Ilium the !Sacred: Scriptures now display such
and Adjoining the town, containing any (.">0)) acres, not to besurpnssel Christ! as the only true and living) Vay ; wisdom spoken that night. But this relief lasted
y.Office. at the residence ( & ALLEN In tht country. On this place there is a line 1IU precious blood on Calvary: was given only for a few minutes.
stream of water, with sufllclent tail to turn a twenty CK>) '!b nuikc them heirs! of cndlo bliss] in heaven. After
oromxr : I foot wheel!, and affording! a good site for a Cotton Factory And e'en on earth tho child of God can trocv a while two members comingtb tho door
TALLAUAS5EK, fLA., I, or Flour Mill. Also, a lute ) Dwelling house The glorious blessing his Savior's "11IC<'. declared that it was; becoming unbearable, and
OF ndJo1uint
x I and n two acre lot attached, the above place, For them Ho home carried me away to play whist. ")Iy place h
well finished with five foul .
roomsand fire-places, mad necessary His Father's frown
DEALERS ; close 1)said
out-buildings. Also, Tho Thorny Crown one, "and if the row becomes hot
W < m = Nailed to the Cross,; we shall hear it. It is dreadful stay there with
ts A Good Farm Endured Its pain, such an object, and with the certainty of missing

Boots Two and n half miles from town, containing Two Hundred That Might ills be their life's loss, one's object after all." As I was inclined to agree
and Forty((410)) Acres of exccllant; ]] land, with good Dwel Then haste to choose gain. with him, I went away and played whist.
No. 89 h ling and out houses on tho place: also, a fine stl'CtllloC That better But soon storm of
II'III'C, water and splendid) Mill site. Also, part, voices reached our ear
July 24-311\ Cloths and Cuonlmeres, my Nor ever dare refuse round the card-table. "They are hard at it '
Wines and Liquors. House and Tho Lord thy heart said now,
Dwelling Lot
honorable
one member
Porter Alo and Cider Lest Ha declare, "That's So-aud-So,
OE3C.
;2POF \\'oodon'lIl'e, Near the Court House Square, being a lino Two Story "I know you not ;" by the screech- The might have been heard t
Tin Ware !> with eight (8) Rooms, all well furnished and'r111Slered And deep despair at Kingston, and no doubt was.
FI'uitjllnd, Spice, with all necessary out houses. The lot being :Forever bo your lot. "Will into "
) __ ____ _Ac.,-e-., Ac. three-fourths ( .O) of n square, with aiv excellent well of Now look to Jesus, who on Calvary Bled they pitch one another ? I asked,
; water ; also a welllngconvonient tho Pnpllc Square And trust on lIilllltlollo who Ulero ornclftix', thinking of'scenes which I had read ofin another''
with II two Acre Lot newly. JVncnd find \\vpll Imovoverl.Also -....o r. I I ronntrv.
JOHN DE lI.Ur. --- --- --- ---- -- '
..... .. .. ... ... .... A few years ago there lived in the town of-, "They don't often do that," said iny friend.
Three Store Rooms
and ---I' a son of Judge B., whom we will call Joe, who "They trust" chiefly to their voices j but there's no _
Foreign RITCH & CO. South of the Court house Square, now renting for $ frequently' imbibed more than he could comfortably knowing.
per annum. Also, aIwetliugaoartheDepotwith\! The ...
a temptation too
9 No. 65 ((2)Acre Lot Also, canThel'c nlso resided in neighborhoodn was much for me, so I -
painter! named "'., who kept n saloon. Now threw down my cards and rushed back to the
n Merchants' Five Buifding Lots W was a great pl'aeticaljoker. On one occasion Assembly.. When I arrived the louder portion

l All orders promptly ] Near the Depot. All of which I will sell at private sale Joe came into AY's. saloon, and rather early in the ot'the noise was being made by one gentleman,
'York. until the first Monday In next December, when I will otl'er morning got very much intoxicated, and finally who was walking round and round the chamber,
D. J. tho same ut public sale. swearing in n ]loud voice
fell asleep in his ch/l 1'. Joe was very near sighted\, that ho would resign tlio
and always After he had very moment:: tho Speaker was seated in the
of Cotton and other produce Terms of Sale: wore specs. slept for chair .
some time, ''. took off his specs, blacked the -for at that time the house was in committee
One half! CASH, tho balance In one (1)) and two (2) 'elll'8'time
"Shameful
AND mad on shipments with note bearing eight ((8)) per cent Interest, with glasses, put them back again lighted the lamps abominable, scandalous, rascally 1"
JOHN DENHASI & CO., security. The purchaser having the privilege of paying and then awoke Joe telling him that it was al- shouted the angry! gentleman, over and over
COMMISSION )Monllccllo, Fla. the entire price of adjudication in cash. most 12 o'clock at night, and he wanted to shut again, as he paced round and round the chamber.
Account of sale
with United
together State Internal
"l:ir, come and have a drink of "
Joe stared and remarked l'lulll1lhl
FER Revenue Stamps attached at tho expense of the purchaser. up that he hud slept water
-I 32-tf B.L\.8S E1"1\ Ou the first Monday In January: next I will\ sell all of my some time. In his angry wanderings, his steps had brought
may Household and Kitchen Furniture, A fine Piano and W then said : him to the door at which I was standing, and
ASSEE FLAyill Sewing: Machine. Also ihy Mules, Horses, Carriage and "Joe, it is dark and if will it these last words were nddsessod to me. "Come
A. F. three Wagons, at public outcry, for Cash, only. very you bring
build Any body desirous of seeing, the above property, can back again I will lend you a lantern." and have a drink of 1'1II11/lnl water;" and he seized -
(LATE OF ) repair or new find mo at nil times in my olllco adjoining Limdny & W. lighted lantern, gave it to Joe, and helped me with a hospitable violence by the arm. I

'; 33. I1x Stacks Sugar Pans & Dippers, Heury'8 Drug Store E. :XI.! FRALEICH. h 1m up stairs. Joew entofftow'ardshoutoup( did not dare to deny .so angry a legislator: and I
IMPORTERS Quincy, Flu.. July 8,', 18 6-H the business street,) in the middle of the day,with drank the rum and water Then 1 returned to
OF
oJTBoUs, NnU, Sett Screws Taps his lantern, everybody looking at him and wondering my cards.: "
and Chisels --.-..-- ._
:
1'ltllnHsllljll1nUJI's ; what was the matter.The .
:Gomms ou hand 1'lping I Couplings, Elbows -'HiIlsboro' I ilitary ACaUBIny. ...-... A TAMK: LEOPATID'S FIRST! BLOOD.-Many
years ago an English officer, stationed at Sama- r
m following has been handed us by an eminent rang, during our occupation; of the Dutch Colo/ ,
17 DEY STREET: ( of Machinery rI"llli Eighth Annual Session of this Institution will coin- physician as an ,kntt-Cholert Summer:) nics, had a tamo leopard. The animal
tho had its
Keep on 1st of October next, and close oil the "
IUllo constantly 4-GDl on hand dispatch. BlacUsmith work of every lust of Juno, 13U7 It is now under the direction of I Drink : liberty, and used to run all over tho house of his
neatly done to ord>T. Spiritus Pint Otardi, oz. 1 ; master, to whom he seemed much attached. ..
Gen' K. E. Colston, .. Spiritus Vini Jamaica, oz. 1 11; I One morning, nfter breakfast, the oflicer was Hitting "

% Repaired etc. For fifteen years dip to the be lnllllllf of tho war,> a Professor Bugarum Whitcuui, q.I s ; i I smoking his hookah, w lilt u book in hU::
> COMMISSION In tho VlRGlxLMILITARY; INSTITUTE.;: Icibus Fineis! l, right ]hand and the ]hookah snake iu his left,
Tho course Instruction and the Discipline ill\ bo on a Mintibusqne I
; I when he felt
light pain in his left hand
and
\ to furnish ENGINES and MILLS complete Military 111J,111, and such as to make thu Academy on
Sliceum !
"Ho 1\! ) from the a great Pineapple; attempting to raise it, was chit :ked by a low
Strawbcrri: growl from his pet animal. On looking down
_SAVANNAH.... ... IRON WORKS, POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL Sliakitus ,violeuter; tmckitcr iinmejius cum 1 he saw the leopard had been licking the back of, .

THOMAS ( NEWBURG, N. Y. Btrawum. his hand, imd had by degrees drawn a little blood
H. AUSTIN
{( I tho best, and need no com Of practical and applied Science'. This prescription my patients have used M itli '] from it. The leopard would not allow'the re-
July 88-Om. I use all over the State of Florida,which Application for admission should be mad early to the great success A mall of the render's tempera movfl of the hand, but continued to lick It with
Parties wlshluif to purchase these Superintendent llillsboro' Nortu Carolina, in ou the ment should take one doso before dinner, two uppuiftit relish, w li ell did not much please his
School can do no tbl'uugb110, and have North Carolina Central Rail Road, and In a region unsur before supper, and three before going to bed. muster, who with }
great uf mind
presence
\ put up passed for health. .. ... without l'
Circulars, containing mil particulars, cau bu obtained -- i attempting to disturb his pet in his proceed
MISSES MARY and of Cost, from f An exchange says that red-noses are lighthouses ings, called to his servant to bring \him a pistol
(October.) School on MUU Tacos CUSJ7. GBity: R. E. COLSTON, to warn voyagers Ole sea of life olf the coast loaded, with vrhicji) he shot the animal dead 1 on .::!
Tallahassee Fla. Sup't llillsboro' ;Xlilltary'AcMuuiy.lUJUboroYN.t'. of Malaga, Jamaica, Santa Cruz, Holland and the tho spot This the '
probably first :
Sept. Vas time Ole :1
T. J. BASSETT aug', U-IIV 2m] "ile" of Bourbon. )
v had
leopard tasted blood .
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/ i1h'i..1\jrdt\ll\ thH lt cntind.r1 \ \ t. Atlanta Correspondence. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Ito of these BUILUI distinguished AMI WcMctt characters have been '

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.- -----"- nom inll t'd! for Congress in Massachusetts. Ko Portable Steam Engines !
[FROM OUR owx ('onU POro D 1iT,] DISPATCHES! TO TUB ASSOCIATED ritCSS.
BY SHOBER &. OLIVER. two men, anys the St. Paul Pioneer, ever differed
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--- ATLANTA, OA, Del. 4th, l OO, hecc ion-
renegade
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EDITOR SETI -EL : The land for miles around FROM W A8UlNGTON.W house thK\ nnd ut-
a
let difchuncbl pettifogger,
ASIll OTON, Oct. 3.-The President to-dny made I
this city has been cliv iclrd Into small parcels which brilliant
nnd
the following appointments rant rownrd. The other n chaste
sell at prices which icrahul us of the lush times of Albert O, Lawrence, of Rhode Isluud, Minister orator uu accomplished scholar: nn out-spokeu) I
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the Confctlciacy-when although luiul was very reld"nt I at Costa mea
abundant, trclAul'ylotes were Mill more so. Madison E. llolllatcr, Illinois Consul fit DuenoiAj honest I fmiatic. The one excited liis powers to I (

for thoi I'n t fewluys wo have been visited \by a 'res.Chun.. Dougherty, of 1'cniifl.vlvanlii, (Consul Loudcndcrry bicnk up the Democratic party, nnd lu sever the I I II.I y 5LTOf T Li ipif

moderate N'oitlicn t vvlud In coinimnv! nlth a eolt1; Union< and then donned tlio uniform of the

diizzly lulu'whleh liai effectually dissipated the UIic Allot'ncv-Gcncial, In H.HJIOIISC to au Inqunjof United Slntcsmmy, to disgrace il by cownidicunl

heat and dllsl l ot sunnnoi 1', Tlx tun fui I' BO lung n the President, on the subject l'reslr\cut\ 1ms given an oplu-) Iktlicl, disobedience of orders nt Foil Fislu-i', I
Ion to tho effect that the cannot ecpnrntc I t
.. ...::::::.:::..::.:: :-.== tlmo dlbO 'reeablc, Is now most welcome hlswaiui the Dlstilcts for the collection ol tax on cottou from cruel and notorious inconipctcncy) at "Dutch
;:0- beams full upon the rooU nnd lavements. A fire the Districts for the assessment nnd collection ot
,
'l'ullnhanc/('. ucsdnj)', October 0, 180(1. which Gap," hole-ink! thetl nnd midnight lobbery ai I ft AoSoVM.hNui.e.srrrnr-r.
: the
tax other 'I'hlI'K point
... .... ciuly In the inuinlngls not umoniCuilnblo inul its on product I
-.-- --- --- .---- fiutors aud The other has headed with mil I
.. --- the delegation of Southcin cotton planters :New Orleans, ,
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chcci ful bhuo reminds of the eoclnl
in many delights
Jons A. OHCDB is our Oeiipral Agent, and U presented their munoritit the I'icsldeut a I form toiibistencj' the crusade ngniiibt the Constitution .
5Ir. ,
::r ofwlntfi', but nlns will\ make ninny teelmoic Keenly few days since.
authorized to receive subscriptions and solicit ndvcrtl lug, the absence of thoso who wcie wont assemblo I The Secretary of the Tiuisur has RHO! denied lipplications for Hie last twenty yean, The one nc I
collect monies and receipt for tha tame. to have the boundaries of Collection Diiti itLONO .
declines
with them nrouud tho family fire-side in the hinrj copts the nomination-the other I
.. ..--- .. lets changed; on the pound that It would take I
and coiiliiblon incident to out-door life wo me apt longer for new appointees to qualify. select and Instruct -----.-.-- -
of tho late composer, :!'[EYEn. I
Tho daughter to forget for the moment the memory of thoso who their assistants, and to appoint a snlllclcnt SWAMP, Oct 1, 1800.MchBiij .

BECK, has married_. a pi inter. are no moic-but when the winter lains and winds number the Internal of assistants Revenue and Dcpaitmcut deputies,South all the having officers taken of : EDI'roits.-On Sunday last, nceonlinO'to ; I From Fire to Thirty-Four: Horse Power,

---'--'-" confine us to oi .,omesa vae'aut cliulr, n fuvoiltc the oath of office, excepting one In Texas, appointment, the lion. RobeilBui

Tho Oregon House of Rep's passed the Con book or au idle 111 nw akcn a host of tender i ucolIcctlons lock, met the freedmen of this \ icinity, nt Long ALSO

stitutional nm'nc1mentby a vote of 25 to 23, of tho past, which though sad, BCINO to FERNANDO WOOD FOK CO GRESS. Swamp Church, for tlie purpose of explaining tc' PORTABLE AW MILLS.WC .

---- keep pure, hcnits I hnt would othel'll"lso petrify umler NEW YOHK, Oct. Fernando Wood hus announced them in his capacity: ns Agent of the FrcedmcnBuicnu <
--- himself a. candidate for Con l'ess In the Dili the rights, duties, and obligations devoh; have thu olileot, largest and most completo w011u
the influences of coW and BelHsh world
The Kcccipls ot Ristom's fint performance in a Surely district, It is thought that his admirable conduct td them lJ.Y their condition as freedmen, niu' In tit) United Males,dcv'oted cxcltiflv ely to (lie mantifictiiic -
of which the tragedienne no people vi eio ever more devoted to their dead at the Philadelphia Com'ention. which bi ought him upon hccessi.Ucd the change in the of Portable hnglnoe nnd Saw Mills, whIch, foi
New York! were $3,100, the legislation by and of fuel,
simplicity, compactness, poucr economy are
South nnd the lilKli praise from tho Conservatives of both parties
than the Policy has been eschew : ,
class nnd the nltciiUiou in our bo to ever oflcrcd to
and JEXKIJ.S 20 shillings will Insure his status of that conceded experts, to supeilor any
gets $1,000, ... honesty of the CRuse which lies I'I'0strllte in the dust election.MASSACHUSETTS system of labor, The mcctiu!? was large, ot tentive tho public.
...--- 1'no great amount of bollci room, flrc surface nud cylinder
with them boldly asserted. "Sic transit gloria CONSERVATIVE CONVEN and orderly, The Judge explained lucidly area which wegho to the rnlcd horse povier, make
A Jievv Masonic Lodge has hcen established tOiange raundi.! TION. to his hellrers their legal nnd social position, nndfncibly our EnliiPB the most powerful and ehcnpi'st In uec ; and

Spring Fl.i. ., called Citinge Spring Lodge, Atlanta Gtand lasting monument to the iigcueyof BOSTO.S, Oct 4.-The State Couv ention of National imp!essed upon them the gicat necessity they All ai slVcs o adapted constantly to eveiy on pui hand'poee,where 01 fuinlehcd power is required on Blioit,

full few these hills Union men, esterdaj ', nominated Thomas! II for n strict ndlierance to, n\1(111 faithful dischaigoof ,
.' and Is now in operation steam ; a v eiy j cars ago now covered notice
... Switzer of Lowell, for Governor. Resolutions were I the obligations and duties of their contiacts Descriptive clruilare with price !lIbt,scnt on application! ,
--'-'--' with houses were only: wild clilncaplo lidgcs passed cudoislng the Administration, favoi ing eight The nndieuce were eiy nttentiv, Ecemcd la W OOD & MANX; 8TKAM: : m"UIOE CO: ',

The vote of Marion county, Florida, was n"< whoso land too poor to lemunernto labor was deemed hours as a legal dav'g work, and In favor of aUcmse 01 ably impressed with, aud manifested perfect Branch Ottlco. 00 :itden Lane, N Y, City.

follows: For Representative to Congress, F.McLrOD almost worthless Fauns vvcio low and far between law Convention for the sale subsequently of liquors.' endorsed The Democratic the same ticket Btatc v confidence in the speaker Thocouiso adopted Itlea N, YniiB. S8-ly ___._______._.

CO for Register of Public Lands, and thcBo.rough and rocky bills looked doflnnce by Judge Bullock of meeting this class of our

; No to the levelling povvei of the pick nnd Bpnde. GLORIOUS LITTLE DELAWARE population and explaining to them their rights NIEDlI.tUAL (JOlLLEGE

Hcon A. COULET, 68. opposition But clod by clod they hav e fallen, und brick by brick nud duiies, has been producliv of much good in
... WILMINGTON, Del, Oct. 4.-At an election for
.
-- and devotion tc
the city lias been raised und tile swift train now Judges and Inspectors of elections held throughout the community, and the industry 01 TilE

A fiugmciit, eiflit!: fret long aud eleven inches dashes into the deep cut' like sonic supernatural the State yesterday, the Democrats and Conservatives the common iuteicst displayed by the Judgemerit ,
,
/ lidnncrGEJ.FKAL
romm"ndation.-Uca/a of South Carolina
the State
highest
in its largest diameter, of an h oiy tu k igiual- monster socking the hollow caveins of the earth. triumphed. ,
'M New Castle County, the only Republican county """CD'
ly about eleven feet long, belonging to an aniimal The Immense roundi)' whoso commencement I In the State, gives lour hnndied majority for the HABDEE.-This distinguished gentle- rrWE AXVUAL COURbE Or LICTUKES IN. T11IS IN1 -

of some extinct lace, was dug up In Milford noticed a former let tel' la now in opciatlon, and Democrats and Conservatives, a gain of 1,000 ou the mnu, formerly of the United States army, am S1ITUTION will commence on tho flrst Monday otIov
'ember next and te-iminntoon the Hist SatMdayotMirch
Cletmont county, Ohio, one day last week It is quito lutcresting to tite'h the expel.t workmen vote for Lincoln in 1804, who ncquiicd gicat renown in tlio Confederate cn ninp.J .,
In this city they earned two Wards, and gained
handle the lion with their servico passed through with his lady on las l"ACt'LTY" ,
--.-,---- --- ho.uy, glowing implements 150 oil the vote for Mayor, a few weeks ulncoDcmocifttic :
which they do ns giaceiully as a neat housekocpei mAjorIty iu the State 1500. Satuulay. KoQcncialin the service was freeer ED\VARD31I0LDROOI\: D, l'lOfcS Emcilliu.,
General !'. II. NLLIOX, of :houth Caiolma, was from tli; clap-tiap and humbuggery that is eet: of Anatomy.
docs a room. J'R\XCiS :IILtS 1'roregSOl' of .
T :II D, Allalomy.JtLtA1
missing after one ot tho battles around Peters ACCIDENT TO A SAVANNAH STEAMER. i seeking for notoriety and applause, than Gen J. c.nISOLli: :111>, 1'l'ofeJ' Other and vailpus euleipiiens ore on foot nnd If 1 llirdee, nature\ modest and letiiing his aud PmcMOULTTTRIE.
Oflll.tltutel
last Bj I
and his fate w us ascertained until U ;DDI1\Ob, D Pro lessor -
burg, \ BOSTON, Oct. 4 -The elaiimor City of Bath hen co
politics; hich liave never boon BO Bubvcuivo oflaboi I military, literary' and scieu'ific acquirements are< ticc of Jtrdlc:ne.
fouivl and idenlified for Savannan, In going down the hnrboi' to-day, got .
week when his bodj wa* J.UIES 3ID, Piofcasor of PhjelolORy.
and cneigy; as now would wauant It, our advancement ashore\ on Slatcledge, South! Boston lints, where she of the highest grade. From Shiloh to Chattanooga ROBERT A. KITLOCU: ;M D, Professor of llatorlaJledica
among the debris of the battlefield would be eommcnsufule with the wild keeled over and took lu some waer, bat will pioba and the suncndcr, he pa:'ticipited in all tin and Thcripenlic, .
.. tide ot tlio Tennessee'lie JIIOMAS Cf KKIOLLAU, Jt D, Professor of Obstotrics -
--- cst expectations Men with icluctnnco toll lor fur- bly bo got off nest great battles of the "Army .
a.id Di"M c of Womnn nnd Children
An old black woman, aged (90, died in St. tunes wlilcli one mandate: of thoac lu power may CHOLERA INCREASING AT PIIILADDLPHIA.PlULAIJELPltIA is the kind of man to be relied on, and will C, U, !SULl'ARU. M D, I,LI), Profeeeor of Chemistry.SAMUEL .
honorably abide by the trema of his pnrole. Sucl LOGAN, 31 D, Assistant Demonstrator of
Lorn-ion the 19th ult. She lefl n son filteen years convey to others, nnd thousands wait in libtlcss Oct. 4,-The cholera Is Increasing men nsllaulec are not the fomcntei 01'strife aucfai Anatomv
tho diivclopmcuta of weeks nud months E GEDDDTGS, K D, Dean torn
of age, born to her when she w as eighty-one years apathy ahead for their guidance. lu this city. Yesterday there were 40 casea reported lion.-Cairo Democrat, 2.VAROBBERY. pro

ol age, aud when she was enliiely blind ; ns she The gold level' nnd mine speculations conscnucnt to the Board. 0'_'. EXTRAORDINARY CR SUPPLMNTARY PROFESICRS.r .
Dui lug the last few days sev oral fatal cases have
rcmaiued to the day of her death. ? thereon have subsided but public ciedulity ethical Is Elcloia-ell lly occwieu inCamden, New Jersy, .-We learn A'omn friend who hns; L, PARKER M D Anntomy', WAMl' L LOCJAN,
-9 aroaeed and ore long some other uij received letter from Way Key, that nil UKJhlls 5t D Sur<>cry: P, GKWI3 JiOlsrVSON, M U, Instltutceandfrjctiee -
do will bo iound to tucd ita insatiate maw.
"ADMIRAL \ rf Medlclnc orOROE TREbCOTT,
DEATH OF REAR GREGORY. been abandoned and the business
Ou Thursday night last a furious storm bl thai
of eholcia
New YenK Oct Zi.Rear Admiral Ub houses closed in consequence at .
Ind _. Gregory,
iu Vinccunes .
_
circus tent ,
PALMER'S -
down Navy, died in this city to.day. }Joint. The Extraordinaiy Frofti-oif Lecture each twice a
and tumbled about three thousand people into a All the printers in the Norfolk Dw Book except The citizens having: left the place, n patty ol week'onrse.CilnicalinfitrnctlonatthcCityllOfpitHl.Coureu free, Ihey will alto tf\c thoSummeiC '

promiscuous pile The scene is said to have three are on a strike The proprietor tried llEALTH OF: NEW ORLEANS dee pci ndoes remained returned and engaged by I". PEYRE

been at once frightful and ludicrous. Foi Innate to reduce their w ages ti om fort ty-fiv e to thirty-five NEW ORLEANS, Oct --There were six deaths in a deliberate, Ed wauls system A McQueen ol robbery.was The robbed safe olJlessis of PORC1JFRM1JClincallnelnictlonat: the 1'ollelinlc, connected with the
from yellow fever in tho city yesterday.EXECUTIVE '
seriously hurt. cents thousand and he went about it in a rather College. on "I'C"5' \\ ,'dne..dI1YIIlrl Satniday from D to 11
ly no one was per near four thUs ind dollars, the gi eater portion o'clock 'Hiimpoiiiint! cliiiillv I li 'iu'1ill biiceiesfiil operation
....-... novel He proposed that they buyout APPOINTMENTS ON COFFEE specie. The house of Col Ingram, we leRrn, .
fnct the Natchez: Coulier interest in his at valuation -A MOUNTAIN OF ROCK SALT was also lobbed, and even the unhuricd dead Chief of Aledieal riinlt Profw vr, L CiEDDIXGS M D .
It is ft rcnicUkablo saj s a one-halt papei a A..I.tnllls.l P JER\A1: IiUBINSOJT, ;M D, OEOROKTBESCOTr

that the negroes who have engaged in plant of $30,000 iu gold he allowing them twelvemonths WASHINGTON, Get I.-The President has appointed did not escape.-Ocala Banner.TowEitor M l>, .
J JTLLVN ClU OLM.
.. Chief of SU llcIII.'JlI1I MD
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of Laud
ing have confined themselves to the cultivation to pay the money, and they, iu the mean -A Hall, Register the Office, aud Assistants, SU1LIL: ],OOAN l M D. F, L, PARKER,
James McGuire Receiver of Public monies, both a'Momoe. BABEL.-The Tower of Bubel, on M. X).
Breadstuffs are not thought time to work at forty five cents pel'thowJ\ud[ La.By
of cotton exclusively
which late accounts anuounee that a cross ';vas recently FEES von THE l'OlnSE-'OI' the rioiesBoin. $too ,
fall what is deci610n of the Commissioner ol Inteina! JlatikuKitiou, onci, 5, )Doinoustrntoi', 10, Orauuatioii,
of by them. If their cotton crop but to allow him to deduct ten cents per thousand iced consists now ol
pi by n missionary,
Revenue, Coffee Is held to be liable to a tax of one $.10. ___ __._ _. ___ _____._ [h'Pt. 22vflCOMJP.AN'Y. ,
their resource for bread and meat? to piy: the interest ou $50,000, in gold The cent per pound w hen roasted, and to a similar tax only two of the eight stories foimcily elected

__ __.. I printers couldn't see vvheie tfte $;:;0,000 vv as to whengiouud ; it the Cofleo Is loattedand round The remains are, however, visible from 1\ very I
i by the sume perbou, the tax is two cents per pound. gieat distance Each side of tlie quadiangular S llthBrll lIDDON and EXlJort
We hail, with peculiar pletisine, the election of come fioui, and declined the liberal proposition ; A letter has been received from Nevada, by Postmaster basis measuies two bundled yaids in length, and

the lion, C. P COOPLB us Repicscntative to but Mr. HAIHVWAV insisting upon the acceptance General Randall, relative to tho discovery or: the bricks of which it is composed aic of the

tlie Slate Legislature from Dinal County The of it, all left but three, nnd the Printer's a ture.mountain The mountain of pure rode Is several salt without thousand any feet admix high, pure white clay, with very blight brownish tin .

whole number of Y otes oust w as, . . 280 Union held meeting and expelled those three, which in the uu assumes a woudei fully rich hue
The bricks before being baked wcie co.ered'
'.. Of which, CoorEii eccived . . 143 and published the Day Book ns "tat" office. EUHOPEAN MARKETS. with eharacleis traced with the, hand in a clear '-0--

And BALDWIN . . , . 133 .--- ----- lira LIVERPOOL aud Middling, Oct. Upland 3,-The quoted market at fur 15d cottou Sales Is and i cgular style. The bitumen which sei ved for f IBERiL AUVVXCE3 WILL liL :MADE OXiJ ALL

Coorcn's: majoiity .. .. . .. 20 'I'lie Political Excitement at tlin ">ortli. to-day, 10,000 bales. cement was derived from a fountain which still Pioduco for European Markets,
exists the tower nnd which flows with such Ordeu for every dos:.rintlon of Merchandise or Miehinery .
near ,
Lo Oct 3.
Coimoh at
..-. >DON, quoted 83> j U. S. aud
Our accounts describe the bitterness promptly judiciously attended to.
private abundance that is soon toruis.i stieam and would
Five-Twenties 70
: )(
By arrangements recently inado, the Company i h UOlf
-t An actor in Mobile has bequeathed his head and aceibity of feeling between paities at thoNoitli invade the neighboring river, did not the natives prepared to fill ciders forEuropean

to tho theatre for a "Yorick's! bkull." Another as without a piuullcl in our history. The rjlOil ST. LOUIS.ST from time to time set tire to the stream ol bitumen,

eccentric person did the same thing sC'ieral :rears hatred of each goes bo far as to abiogate even Louis, Oct 4.-Tho steamers Jennie Brown and then wait quietly until the flames cease fo:; Goods,
) several and SuelU, from Montana, have anlvcd at St. Josephs want of aliment All these particulars will
skull
t ago, and :'tIr. LDWIN BOOTH used the social iuteicouibc, and the aspect of nflaiis is bringing one million, each, of gold dust astreight doubtless interest those unfoi tunates who ai e now ami dullvcr the eainc IB from two to three mouths' time,

times on the stage in "Hamlet," and then saw most alauuiug The Louisville papers corroborate and in tho possession ot passengers.To i fctudj ing lu ing or dead languages.I R, T, FLOYD, Ticsldcnt, Jacksonville,

the bad taste of the piaclice, and had the relic all we hear nnd more. "Wu give below an -day has been observed as u day ot thanksgiving PI >. E:, T, PAINE, Agent Liverpool,
!
over the disappearance of cholera from our City .V, T. CLTsTUXGIIAil ,
; decently buried extract from oue of the leading journals of that .. _. I Gills in Egypt aio often mothers at thirteen, Agent, Savannah
J T BERNARD Agent, Talluhaaacceept .
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and in Peisia
and nt
M BI : grandmothers twenty-sis ; .
city, statements that are full of bignificancc: 15 6m
1 The Ia1 anna Cornier says : "We are Informed From the New Era I they a'' e said to be mothers at eleven and grand '---
[From thcKLoiilsville Courier, Oct 1.] nhlpniciit of Cotton inotheis at twcnty-tw. >, A' HARDEE, j Gen, WV. KIRTLASD,
tho lands formerly reserved West of the Apa- The political contests in the Xoithcin Stales bavannah:; Georgia, j| Lau of North Carolina,

lachlcola River for the benefit of the Pensacola iu which elections aie to occur this fall, are char U. 8. Int.ABSESSOH'S Rev, Dis.OFFICE of Fla, })( JSl".A.T'X' 0 N". .x... CLIFFORD A KING, Late of Re.swell. Oa

and Georgia Railroad Company, are now held acterized by a degree of bitterness seldom if c\'erbcloie Newnausvillo -0--
bept 12th 1800 )
the U. 8, Register at this place to be subject witnessed There is nn amount of malignity '
1 by Homestead Act. in all of the exhibitions and utterances of 1 egret to have to say that in your hsuo of \\\iwm\ mmASD & A, HARDEE & CO

\. to location under the recent the Radical pntty, which is as unaccountable ag the 7th lust, in an article headed Everybody; ,

: Under said Act no entries are allowed except for it is intense. Their rage agt inst both the South Head, &c,," you give quito an erroneous interpretation I .AOrr011S

:., actual settlement and only 80 acres to each set ern States:; and the Democratic party, seems to bo of tho Act of Congress of July 18th, 1800, Truf3't.Cotnpan.y.: : I COTTONAND
tier" utterly unappeasable) and their purpose to ciush relation to the transportation and removal ot .

I' -_.._' .- out both becomes more manifest with each succeeding Cotton, which Jiaa already put this office as well

L An inventor in London claims to have discovered t1a '. They are aggi'essive and defiant, as sonic of our citizens to some inconvenience CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. Getfl Commission Merchants

and do not hesitate to declare their intention to The act of Congress referred to, places noiestrictiou Approved March 3J, 1SC3.M. .
a method of making illuminating gas for ina'igmate (m the event of their success,) a sjs- upon the transportation or removal of ESTABLISHED IN 133S.

actually less than nothing. He extracts it from tem of measures even moie radical than any they Cotton any where within the limits of the same T. HEWITT, Piwlctent | D. L, tAMBERT, Sccfj',

vegetable: substances, which, up to tho present, have yet proposed, and they seize with avidity Collection District. Florida is embraced in ono Principal Office-87 Cednr Street, New York (AniortcaiiExchaugo Sa'V'a.nuAh; .Goo1'Sin.,

have been treated as utterly useless, and which, upon every argument, true or false, which they I Collection District, and, therefore, there is no law Bank- Building. ,) scpt 13-1m
I imagine will contribute in the slightest degree prohibiting tlio removal or transpoitation of
better still, after producing tlie gas, become mat to the part triumph for which they are now Cotton from one place to another within the Branch in Tallahassee:: -xcx: : EPLANTERS

ter of<:IIsh-Conve1.tible value ; so that the more of woik'rug ith such ferocious cnerg)". State. Tho prohibition and penalties apply to IX THE UJaOX BVXK: DL"lLD O,

the new gas one manufactures and consumes, tho They offer.110 compromise tuid will Helen to its removal beyond the hniita of the Disll'Ict bo-
'" no appeals, and there is recklessness and dash fore it shall have been weighed and marked, and DEPOSITS of One Dollar In this and upwards received, The
advantage it will be to him pecuriaiily. Savings Bunk will be kept
greater about their actions and intentions which would paid tho taxes or icmovcd under bond by ncrmlt eafely on lutcitet, and will ho paid back to the depositor HOnS
... be truly startling: but for the cpnflde-nco we have of tho Assessor Incipal and Interest, when called for '

Hon. ALEXAXD II, STEPHENS, as we are informed in the ability of the Democratic party to BO far (Section:! 111. of tho Internal Revenue Law wards Interest, which allotted sliall hae on all hecn sums on of deposit flvo dollars for sis ard un-

I by a gentleman who recently had'an cripple them as to make the execution of their reads as follows j "That the Commissioner of prevIous tg the drst day of January nnd July] in months e.ica TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
ruinous policy au absolute impossibility. It is Internal Revenue is hereby authorized to designate i. year. ,
interview.with him, gajsthc Savannah llciald, doubtless the apprehension of tl.is result which one or more places in each Collection When.In accordance with tha Charter a division {3

is in unusually good health He does not con lenda energy to their efforts to seem the victory District where an Assessor or Assistant Assessor of rnndo tha of surplus tho surplus addition each to depositor the icijnlar will interest.tetclve hlanliare This "First-Class Hotel,

".. template any lecturing tour, as him been announced I aod their intemperate ago indicates that the con and a Collector or a Deputy Collector shall be The Bank has thua far bc u ablu to pay five'; pei cent'
viction is pressing upon) them that tho scepter of located, and where Cotton may be brought for Intercst. WITH ALL THE MOUEHJ? l l'ROYE E.xT8.
in some papers, but des'gns' remaining at power is about to bo wrested from their hands. the purpose of being weighed and epproui Intel y All invcHtments the made lu United StoIcs Hccuretks
proUt belong to the otUuru
I ,. liomu during the autumn and winter, and dev o- We do not mean by this that they fe-ar a majority I marked j Provided, That it shall be tho duty of Interested depoBltora-no aiu IS NOW JOPEN

ting himself to his prof's iou. against them m the next Cougrees, but the Assessor or Assistant Assessor and the Collector Branches have been astaUished! In neaily) all the! Southrncitlw For the recsptlou! of
.. they do fear that they will lose enough Representatives nnd Deputy Collector to assess and cause from Bult'more' to New Orlcaw.Dr. ) Guest
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,' ./ to cut down their majority below a to be properly marked the Cotton, wherever it A, B. SiossiAKB Chairman of. 'Advlfeory Coin. J. JAKSO A. CO., s

: ,; lion Jons HERMAN arrived\ at his homa in two thirds vote. This result would be tho desti may bo lu suid District, provided their necessary m L FRANK W WEBSTER, Cauhiei.APrKOVAL '. gpi
:' Mansfield, last week, and was immediately called 'action of all of their scheme for tho future traveling expenses: to and from said clesluated Actliig

on for a speech on pending political issues, to humiliation of tho South i for, with only a bare places, lor that purpose, be paid by tho owners OF THE PREBlDE T. .
favor of the majority the President's "I object" would stand thereof." I cordially approve of tho laudaUo and benevolent oh- OEXTS-$15 to
In $200 Gentemen
speech'in
MOXTIl fut
he responded a PER
I which bairicr between them and their All the ecu of the 'Trcedman'B: SavIngs and Trust .t\.
an impassable important shipping points iu the States Company and $35 to $75 for Lailius, cvcrynliPic, to tutroilucthe
action of, Congress as presented the Constitu- Intended victims. Tho Jacobinical spirit which have been designated as points were Cotton may liartercd perations: at, I the commend last aeBulou to ol the CougreBB Secretaries: and In tta active Common i bepio Family benlng Mach no, Improved -
of
; War 111111
tlonal-"mendmgnt. He declared that if the urges them on cannot tolerate the idea of being be brought and weighed) &c without! anyicstuction ind Ireasui7 for anch facilities! In reaching tbo rrcedmau Navv aud Wi' will'hem; Ml. etiuh.onlrJf joi-maklng bind braid Iheclusllc ,
beai"'f"lly-l'
of the'power for fui'(her mischief. Relentless whatever. Please md for the sale keeping and tratibmisniou Sf funds ltl.cu ] :
South failed and refused to accept the Constitutional deprived give this at least one liS lock ,and fully arnnled for thrco )'C\ll'8. Vt e
: a" may nced SUd M WU1 Ue w/t11/ t5o
Amendment fair settlement they as they are unprincipled, they look upon iuseition in your }paper in order to teraovothe pn JlIe l ervlco. COU8lstcut pay thtilluOVO wnus:; orac<>mra! ,lou froinnbku tnlc
as a ,
i such a esnlt: as an overwhelming) defeat '1'111seo en'oneous impression moduccd, unintentionally (SIRUcd) A DnEW J01l''O hat amount can lu made' Addrcea! or tall on
N
.. ... should have unadulterated univcisal bufl'rageaa in it tho early overthrow of their party, the no doubt, by the article refeired to. ; D, C. Ma, Glh,100 .: Ofllce' No. 1:53: s>olllu Fifth ?rm'litl, IlOWEHSbi CO.' ?'t.
the next SW}). How are we to get M restoration of the States, and the triumph of tho LE '" WILSON, All letter* answered promptly, vvitli Circular| Iud<

._.... President Infatuated with tho unrcstiained exercise Assessor Int Rev. Dopt. Fla.PAPEHS APrROVAL Of TUB GOVERNOR. eniB. __ ___ __ Hepll-iAOKSMTTHTNG
of pow sr for the las four years, they re .. .. EXECUTIVE DEPARTHKNT, I II -
JUAREZ AGAIN A FUGITIVE.-Allispatcll dated AIIgl1at 2OIh, 1jjj.! ( }
1 gard it as audacious insolence in the Democratic concur Ith l'realdcnt Johll"oU 111
New York, Oct. 3, says the latest advices fiom party to attempt to check them now, and the AND DOCUMENTS EXECUDINTJIE jects of the above nalllcd 11l8titUtiOUlnd apIJI'ovllt would of bo,'IIIJ't'Beo '

Mexico report that MAXIMILIAN has determined prospect that their power to ride rough hod over SOUTH BEFOUE TUB ESTABLISHMENT COLLECTION. Drnnchel(8Igllell) CBlIIbllohed hi f'loridll: 'l'lIE Dlaekdl lLhlng blUluel

to put himself at the head of the army aud to live President's vetoes ii about to bo taken fiom .-A dispatch from Washington says: "The p. u. WALKER Oov.ofFIa, varlolla bmudle., will bo clIrrlel s,1n 1111) otll.S
them exasperates them beyond all control. They heretoCoro. lit thO! old siund or u, n, :::
; fight the Liberals, and that lie considers hia Empire are leaving no means untried to retain their power new internal revenue law contains a provision APPROVAL OP TUE GENERAL. dence bv the under.I1IOtI. Uutler Ib, lIul> .
of
UE
f safe, and they hav'e worked the people into a perfect that all papers which w ere executed in the inf>ur- HEAD QCABTEM U 8. FOHCE IN FLOIIIDA I Iwe I. UY JUC'ltj. ELIZAIJETU O. FITTS. .

The garrison! at Chihuahua has pronounced int treuzy of excitement. Mass meetings are rectionary States before the establishment of col tho obJeetlsOuJiht TaJwhns to ee be'I"IIltalued AUI 1b1JtJ 'rIIFregBdrd 'flllln"a s 8 eo, A ug, fiJ.tt, '
held -road, The bi the 'atl 0 I I.ImportnDt .-- "
at cross people gather iu -
every lection
FEKKEZAS districts therein IIDd 1'ru8t
bad killed the Governor which
favor OBTEOA me invalid w
immense numbers, and irro addressed and the lIIbll lllrln t \\O! nd
by crazy: c hment of
t i ) and compelled JOABEZ'IO fly to El Vasso, Jacobins whose inflamatory appeals: add fuel to want of stamps, may bo rendered valid by for1 Southern. In the same way aa brauehe. are eftabluThedl lu SuJS [IQlI.EEK; )[clKTOSIl, ;{

1 This news needs confirmation (:is all\ news the tremendous excitement, and itlmulato the lug the proper stamps at any time before the 'btll cia nee cities Idcpo..IION, as calculated, white to promot II' wOI! all eco ll : do g ATToOmR EY AT LAW, TALL.UI.\SSEE FLA, .c..

I dots that fails to faror the Llbcrl\llll.i"E I .) passions prejudices already (fully moused. of January 1867," ogvery !Ij11Cd) J. 0, }'OTEH! In. the tlUite lJauk lJl1Udlllg. ,Viii red racIn ,IIct
aUK 2:1-1rn: )1"Jor Gen'l ('elll'dll;. 1I118tim any\/ el the (,'ourt'l\'bere I ierl'leCI II de.
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LOCAL DEPARTMENT.AsicEt [ A forgery cape, involving $0,000, is on trial aV M.l LIfVELY #; -(1-t)
Snvnnniih, On., ill \\hith the only uilnovscs i ing.iinst .
--- ...--- -.-- ___ _...u __ .__ the white forger arc three ) Tlio"! 'T ,
l1sDI.GIIXtE;] : AsicEt!: >,-We otnlnlJ\: the Civil! flights Hill enables them to testify negrocH.against 'i'& W Scott W. G., Poolo A. M Scott

Indulgence of our renders for the want of originaliimltcr. him, nlthntigli contrary to Iho laws of the! I:tnlc. 1VJJOLESi1LEAlO" \ IIETi\IL\ :

The Editor\ Forniinii, mid one of the I'rln. .. ,.. .-- ---. ---- _.

I Ins In the ofllco Ijoliiij nick "pllta] us up to our Cll! 6\\\'r\.ti\ (\ tmrnt ;. DEALER IN ) ., .
trutnps" to get out any sort of n paper, nt oil.Vc .
hope to bo able, soon, to report "nil well" on ourpresent i ..- .. .- --.- -.-.. .. -- --' --. ----. ..- -- G .
--- ------ --- ------ --- ----- SCOTT f'L
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lck list" anil Improvement lu every dopurlinent LOST.ON' POOLE & CO. J I
t { C ) .,
} of the paper. Thiirsilny the 4th inst.. ono large, Gold Sleeve Billion \\ > ; !
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CT t IJM.- wlllitholettcisT.V.. S.: cn ,'iMjd on It. 1'ho under \o.. ...,.- f'" ". I'w .,.
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n lll ho liberally rowilrdud liy rrtiiinlnglhornnia, to mo In i! !.: --= -' :!
VM-RI. WHKCKRD. e nro Informed by Mr. Tallnlmwco. '1'. W. SHINR. .r '
HATCH that there has been n vessel wrecked sonic- ..October--.-. 11-. H" :j I... O.

hero oft'the cnst coast with three or, Tour hundred L I, S\"" ,"

yiuHscnsm Oil board, mid 1 n large 1 number reported I L. DEM ILLY,, JIJ., 'J ; I

lost I I Brass 110un WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE ,I-

On account of tho Impcrl'uct] ; not king of the line' $ w'' auuiiuimiiDiiuii( TALLAHASSUi;, FLOUIIM.

ho Is utmblo to get Any additional piirllcnliirs.! We TAU.A1IASSEE, FLA, .. -- ---- .,
hope to give o lull nccount ot the turrililc dhusUrln CULPIIATE; '\ D-Ac.'F.TATF. :MOHPIIIXE, FmJ

our next Issue. ENGINES AND MACHINERY r' .. .i for sue by'v-_ ..._ .._"
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".'-'-'-'-'- I 4J1 )t :t it 'Ii/< A.k ; ':'::, Ai GUM OPIUM((PltlMK 1.t.II'I .
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i of nil \kind" )put up nnd r"lInlrcd.oss 01' sale by __ _._,_. LIVELY. ,
COTTON has como In very slowly, the }past Creek I r.rAwLAr-IASSEE: : FLA. '
: .
: Ons't:1n.gsof : : OUINIXE:ioJZ o-f +'n'I\JII'; improved brands,,
Only twenty-one bales wcro received this mnrki t. any )put tern rurnUlicd to order i I ; nt the Drug Store \ ELT'., I
v ofM.11.1
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this Is from I .I J
The price morning 21 to 27y;! cents. .
Wrouglit-Iron Piping Supplied | OIL AND LAMPS:
In the nbttcncc of A more extended locnl report' ol KEKOSOE -
Store of :M. LIVELY.1)LIE .
IRON CASTINGS i' .==--- -=:::::--;::--== -:::;.-= rllg .. ..
,," our own, we give the following f 'omthe local column fiom"tn7j pounds In furnished. :' "t' !,4iI :: LINSEED! OIL, -- -- ----', .- ,1!

of Into Macon nnd Sarannnli paper : wclylit I .'. -" ____ rJ@nlo JiLLl.5Li'iJi! toro '''f .M." LIVELY.PURE .. .I
Terms Cash on Delivery of Work j
MACON: Oct. :3, 1800. I : HOILEI) LINSEED' OIL (Eiiglliilrt, *.
", decided Increase iu the of Shop nn the loath side of the street lending out to the rd JL____!For.sale. nUhuJJru! lq Store_. of _.._ M. LIVELY, .
.,, Tlicro wus n receipts Ciilliw. ___._ ___ _..... .__ ... ____ oct. 0-lt! I Z1aRG ST T :
IRITS
cotton yesterday, and n corresponding Increase In S TURPENTINE-( : ':
___I'01'sale_at .tlio Drug More of M. LIVKLY. .'- ;
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The demand and -
the quantity oflbrlug. was Rood; Tallahassee Band -- -- ''
holders demanded the prices of the pre\lous day, String 'VUIT1I.E.D.: No. 1 Extra and Pure, '
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the Drug Bloro of_)i. LIVELY,' .
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which were readily conceded. For inferior cottons -- -- -- "
P lilts Excellent Band of Colored Musldmn PAJNTS. Ground Dry end 1/1 OU, '
there lane demand, the better grades biJn:{ alone I cpect fully Inform the )public that they arc re'OI Stock of Goods of _QUEEN_ B.O'!! 'jtjhBniiig. .! Store of )1. LIVELY. "
In request. Wo quote Low Middling\ 3tc; :Middling lircparnl Nlcn, &c.,to on furnish woimblo the beet terms.mii lc for Dunces. I: ':, Every Sort 'rpt'BE PAINTS, for Artlitsrn"e,

f !', 31c-tax unpaid-eqiml to 37 and 3Sc. Apply nt the Barber Shop of J. M. Thltl' lon. oat 4-1t __ ...!n1o by M. LIVELY .'
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SAVANNAH: Oct. 3, I860.( -------------1 I I-TSOM SALTsTttrbrsTJiippirT"For .
Pond Mill. | Jill !sale nt tlio DrngStore? of M. LIVELY.
The advance In the New York market has influenced Long i -- -- -- -----
to nn excess our market during the past week. ENGLISH;; 'OPPEIL\S h.7tli7poiiiuTorbarre) .

On Monday nnd Tuesday the excitement' was nt 1H r"PIIE iindei'eijjncd I alien this method of Infoiuilnj lu> ''I; J VElt JJJCOIJUII'I' t 1'0 'I'IIIS JUlltKE'f 1 nt_the Drug More of ___.M. LIVELY.:
JL tends and desirable taken thelIIul'ket otniec.
lot I
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height, every being eagerly parcel. to furnish Lumber of the bent quality nt short notice I, -!:_ r_SMluuljlii-JJiriu! ; Mora of___ ;._LIVELY.pOYAL .
dosing; firm on Tuesday evening at die bur and on a"i ri'ason.ible terms an any null In the Stale
JIv Mill is located 1.1 mile One cast of TnllHlinsaPC, and TtW\l81I1'OWELS,
New York Mld llng'l, Yesterday was quiet, with miles...north of Mallon' No: 2. Pen. and (;in. R. I?. L Fur bale nt.!tlipllnigMpieuf! : M. LIVELY.: "
few sales and A great want of confidence iu prices.. oct -1m. ... .. _._ F. M. HUNKER. )HODES' FEVER AND
--- -- - --- -- -- AGUE C'U7E!
Today we get news of a decline in Sew York, and i WHICH WK\ 1 (OFFER) '10 :\11' RCJIAXrrS, PJ < 1N'r1I5NuOTIILIIS; _]_b. IorP.nlelitthelrigShore!'!.::.'! of ':.LIVELY.. _

have to report no transactions, and a disposition on i FALL AND YJINTER GOODSAT f I if IbOOOD'S INDIA CHOLAGOGCI'f(Genuine).

the part of holders to yield liberally on the prices ol __.For: .sale I nt.the_Drag. Store". _or __ M. LIVELY.CHALLESBEROEU'S .

Tuesday, buyer, however, holding ofl': THEFASHIONABLE I FEVER AN1) AOl"E PILLS
The sales lor the week foot up about '1200 bales, MILLINERY Ii. IJ For rolo nt tho Urns Storn of< ''' :M.__LIVELY.'
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uliout, 400 of which clumped hands on Tuesday.Totiny AND: i. ?C.\LOlrEL: ItESCJILIIATLp: .
AT THE LOWEST GASH PRICES C | nt..the. Vmy Store:; of M.
sellers are asklug sa J,$ to 8\JHc. for NewYork I ____ LIVELY
Dross makEr's EstafJlislunout! T'OR1'"r.
i Middlings, though we hcnof no transactions, ) _OLD I> for sale by -.uperior\ quality, for:M. LIVELY] ur-,

further concession being demanded by thobo purchasing. OF [ \ '
pHYMCIAXS'" I'OCKET CAVES'hnud; nmely;;; filled wit,

1 ---'-'- )[n". G. A. LAMB, I .. -'.-::.., ==' .;:-;: :::-= __ .,. IcL!! __._ ... '". LIVELY. .
A COD LIVER OIL Haxnrd & Cflswcll and RIIKhlon',
OPPOSITE A HOPKINS' STORE.MRS.
THE COLORED PATIUOIS DlSd\1IE1FUU.--- f'oI'I.c.'L:' ._ _.___." jf: LIVELY. .
FJICD. Dova LABS and JAS. REDPATFI, niUlrciicd: LAJlB roepoctrullv informs the ladies of Talla CEWES-O-MACHIXE': u-,1 fm'nlllilloIInchiuerj'," .

a mass meeting of negroes nt Pittsburg n few clYork and with vicinity that she has just of rctitnirdfrom In her _>J J-orfilaiittlioDnigbtora! of ____ JJ. LIVSLV"THITEWAfcll :
;; city a general Bbioitmeut goods Our Wholesale and Retail I Departments are Separate !
days ago, nnd poured hot shot into the Radical Hue of business, comprising the latest styles of I For ,sale at time URUSIIES: nil 61z08,
I : Dl'lIg Store of ,M_. LIVFIY.ji. .
Convention They complained that not even Dress Trimmings s, Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, &c, ;' tt'VW'TV, : : ri'OOTII l DHt:8iIE, n large; OO"OI'III1\'Ut, ,
Jlauaacluisetta sent black hero ns delegate-that I For.nle u !.the.!. Drug. .tore of_ LIVELY.
n _. .
,> t _
\\liicli. forsttlu elegance and ilclmcu", in nut biuiJiimud -i i. .It .... _
thobO that went were not admitted-that uni\'er- by anything iu the city. "J. emstee.a11'e := ___'______ JOHN CASXELL: A: CO.: LONDON '
I 1 because fear.1" All kinds of work in her line done promptly, and M in1r.intcdjo -
8nlllegro suffrage was ignored they
lit. oct 2-tf
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-: ed they would lose several members of Congressby BRUSHES

such an 11\'OWal-111111 that the wliolo thing, Administrator's Sale \ { Stock of
.ire jest Receiving our) rKB-KVLMOTU; : hXCKI.MNG ALL OTIIEHS.Th.80 .
: thr tho black concerned n
BO as man was was
pumiunce of an order from the Hon. E. L. T. Uliike- dccklumtii which
s: humbug and n cheat. FIIED. DUUOLABS said the IN ga' of Probate for the county of Leon, Slate: of I'luri' III'11.h| 'hi use. Although h 'lo""c.olllg-nn luudei them the mod polled l "
da, I will cell nt auction, the house in Till- Illcredihio elelllloiu"
public at court
)waver yet It docs nut _
: Bent lions to the Convention led afterthey produce the .lIghtcHt Il'I'lInliollo1-
people lahasBcr. on tho llrit Monday In November next to the the skin of the head which ."
:: got there they allowed fore to speak forthem. highest bidder, the Bonlh.coslInal'ter| of tho north-west C\'on\II'elllutUI'O\ btilduess. "OOneU produces dmdrtut; "u\. ; ,
quarter of section 19!, in township 1, north of range 1, wont:
jw -onth.wc"t quarter of the pouth-wcet quai..ter., the north- ALL AND WINTER GOODS I Foil .,AId: 111junli ,,,' ILr
:rJ _-'-' cast quarter ol the south-west quarter, and the no..th'w"HIqmll.t .
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,-. r of the south-east quarter of section 13; ,in township X..1tiT: : T_ "Y.:1;: :
: }111.IT.lIYshort
CONFLICT WITH THE
1, north of range: 2, a set; containing about ono hundred If
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Yt time ago, a citizeu finding two soldiers at Waynes and si I xty (lUll( acres; Also lot Mo. 1 I. in the original plan '-- ": I'
boro in possession of his horse, took out a of the city and llot No. '!, Iu the norlh-west addition of the -- -- -' -
,t city ot' Tallahassee, belonging to the c.taco of Joseph WI1- GENERAL ,
writ of under our State law, which Ami hav I in Store ;
I possesson limns Into ol Hiiid county, h-ceaaed. To bu Hold for half t : 4'
was resisted by the commandant of the Po >t. An cash the other hnlf nix month credit. ,
I" appeal was mado to Gen. Tillsou, vt lio sustained bOLOJIOX OWENS, '
N the exercise: of military authority. The civil _oct j_willi_I._. .Adiu'f__.de_. _boniii__h nun_ostatu_ ._JOH.__Wllllnni"__. ___ Insurance ;

"x'4 authority to Milledgevillo of the county: to then consult despatched with the an Governor attorney S. S. MILLER (Galicoos DolaillBS PODlillS amI Dross Goods of All Kiuds.H [ s Agency

,. who wo learn, has decided that the laws ofthe DYA1.Bd I iw.n.a1xrtrL1\ Rides
,1\ :State::! shall bo enforced. R .'t 'I taken hy the following FIUM T

.If A similar conflict, which occured in Florida, : ,
',: i in noted in our columns. It is extremely singular CLASS C'0J111'ilIilCIIgml1] t LO.SHor ; \

t that the Secretary of War does not instruct Mahogony & Pine Furniture i \)\ \\:\\.ftU111Cb\\e..b, "'
his subordinates on the true extent of their pow- Damage1 by

,I'i crs, and more singular still that the limitations is KKEXCH AND) COTTAGE CII.VMI3UK bETTS \)\' \\}\\. \) 01\ll's\1CS, '..
'' i not made to square with the recent proclamation I -
--AKll--
r of the President.Macon Telegraph., 1ZCtrC't(:\:\I\\ t1' FIFl.E

05>.. ___ __ L.QQ) !IUf[ NQ: GLASSES.No. :
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1A SENBIDLE AND PRACTICAL Bt"RE\l-Thc; M'ATTRESSES MADE TO ORDEn. BY
TIIKGulfStatc
Waco (Texas) Register says : \'C\.nC\\n ,

"We have been requested by JIaj. Manning, the 147 Broughton Strcel Gnsstt\\cvcs, Insiiraiice Co. TallahasseeTO.
Bureau Agent at this place, to say that there are
.
no more freedmen in this county than aro required SATANXAH, GA, \O\\\'i Home Insurance: Co. Columbus.
to save the cotton and as they have all dept 2n-nSm r J [ t "
: entered into contracts crop with the farmers here, L. C. "E EAU.- W. S. PjiILLII'U.. .. r&bi ,lI I.jiij'l: \\\\\ x b, l\\\ o\O\...., Home liiuranee-Co.; : : Ha\'nllunIJ. .';; ,

none will be allowed to go out of the count -.- "
The that the of this ,: B v ov\>\\ 1)n Southern Ins. & Tru-t t Co. "'
Major says cotton crop year TEBEAU & PHILLIPS do' ?;\.
shall be and to this he ; !
secure
i gathered, object \tte 1) C\\\\\\.':;
will devote the whole of each week, Fridays and Wholrtalu and Itetall Deulera In Empire State Jus. Co., : : AinnmtiU. <
Saturdays excepted to visiting the plantations iu \'\ \ 1.1\\\'
tN'" !OW!.,: \\ ;C\\s ,
this and the adjoining counties. On Fridays and Home InsuranecrCo. '
: ; : : : Eufaula.
Saturdays he will attend to such other business "B\ODTS: BED \1\l\\\\ -L\\-\C\\n. !riJeilerson /it

in the line of his duties as may be necessary in J ) In.Miranoe: (''o., : Virgin: '
1 his office at Waco.Coleridge Hats Tettntcs[ and YaUse3( j I .
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.._. t James '
..o.-- ; River Insurance Co. llo" .
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) :\orth.En..t: CORNER BULL AND BltOUGHTOX Slrueti, ., -
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thus aptly classifies the reading ///\V gjhi1f1 C a'Lhr'ge: and! Coinplctc Stock of Home Insurance 11-01 tug

world: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Co., : : New York.:.: III'' .

1. Sponges, who absorb all they read, and + Underxvi'iters' A *..
return if in the state little dirted. ssociation do .:.
samo only a WE invito the nttcutiuii ,
2. Sand glasses, who retain nothing, and ure Florida McrdumU, and "I
efa.3. Home "
content to get through book for the bake of get :' I'lnntcrH to our Domestic Goods of all Sorts Insuranco Co., New Haven. ",'J'

ting through the time.
3Li uOw :H. O- E Putnam JiiMirance
3. Strain-bags; who retain merely tho dregs of Co., : : IInt.tfu.l'qu?!; ;' ,:
what they rend AND I IWel1Assol'ted 1

I 4. Moral diamonds, equally rare and profitable Stock, I ===----_ ..:=. -----= National Insurance: Co. XeiMARINE OrlCUI'"I: ,,:,;,,"
who profit by what they read, and t-nablo /Ji
1 others to profit by it also. And would respectfully ask them to '. ,
I .b

The stockholders of..the--lines-of railroad runninjj Examine onr StocK before Bnying\ Elsewhere;, l'$r 'y If I O & f&1 D1 & AND ::1.1','j', '

from Nashville Dacatur viz tho Control .-
to : As iu arc iletermiiiod to sell at the '!" i
Southern, Tennessee! and Alabam! : Central, and INLAND NAVIGATION '> !d'jt'
s Tennessee and Alabama, will hold! a meeting oui jjO'waasi'And rt.A.TES, :
'. the 26th iuBt., for tho of consolidiling IJY THE '.;.vi)
purpose the \ \" t\ \
ou VllC.OW.'i 1\
the three roads under the namo of the Nashville \\\ l\\\ : >, \\\ \\\\\ \ \u5tt \\Y", .1

and Decatur Ilailroad. ThU: consolidation improvrmont :MOST: REASONABLE T \A2XO .t.\\; Gulf: State Insurance 'J '
\\ t, ,\. C ttt \\tt\.eaItt ( (ComDaiiv.1' *"'?'
looks liko extension of
u prospective; TB1DIs.,1 J Sj-l
the road to Montgomery' Ala, making: connections :- aryl S'J-BW.::! tfWakiilla__ _. __. .... \.ca (;l\\\\\\\C.; '\\ \\\.\\\"'\:.\' \\\ ,}s, 1\ \\\\ ttt\t1 At,\\)\' \\\\:.\'ct1, Georgia; : Home Insurance do"?' u-., Tla' .

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with roads to the Gulf of Mexico ,
I __.. Sheriff's' Sales I Ittcg Se\\s.1; Co\\ats, uvC'vv( *, & t. Stc. Eutimla UtllIlP( lh1SuriltcC rId 'IHIW'
'
i iBY 'Tt;;;:;t,
fLKF'r.-Tho, LaGrange Reporter, of tho :28th! virtue of an execution Issued from the CIerk' cilice I r, ,' ..! ,;. .,. ( t !
says: "A lot, of freed ncu left hero yc&tcrtuy for of the Circuit Court of Wakiilla county, mid to mo Uudenvritei-s'I .\. o .;.Jatioit.Natlelllll "?&** '
directed, whereto Alfred M. '.
Hnr\'o Is ilulntlir.mid .
) Executor: (
Tennessee. Wo understand! : there was nearly u UI'cer)1. Button U dcfuudnnt I have levied upon and I CJLOAK8 DlAJVTflJLJLAS ,
e4to car-load of Ihen They go to seek employmentand will oiler for sale! before the Court House door at Craw.loiilavlllo SHAWLS I J 1I"m'1I11l'l' Conniahv}' ". '* *
higher wages We have no daunt on the first Monday In November next within M (tlvl'fil.
many
Itswe more of them will go between this and Spring the Section usual hours), towiiblilp of sale,, thu 4, tollowing range a, south property mul, to-wit went,:six LIFE QIICTES '. 'If "

There will be neither food nor employment in liuiu'.rofj uud forty (Ulu) acics; and thu uoutli-weut iiuurterkocllon i N "liJ{ I
ice this section of tho country for tho largo uumlit-r W And kouth.cast quarter ot section 30, and the :EELtamdl Civr. .BY TilE .it. u'
of them here. We advise all ttj who north half of earthen 81, tomihhlp 'y, range 1, south and : t ;. Jf'. I ... '
go can '110))
cast six bundled and fOI'Itl1II1( ) acres; and l tho southwest .. .. "
:, ..-.-- quarter of section UO, township 2, tango 1, south and .. Knickerbocker Life Insurance :
old east, one hundred ((1UO) tu all 14.- '''' I \ Co ;1
Blxty ncn-9. Containing ',
i
ISAVKD ,0 : Y. ] _
FHOM DKOWMXO BY GEESE.-Ill Mon 1,1 IU acres, upon which there arm vahmblu improvumeuts. J"' = ,___ _=__A_ ,4!
treal, Tuesday, a little girl fell over tho wire rail Also forty (40) head of cattle, two I Ci)milieu ono(1)moro Or Nrw0111. JgfAnd
I1lX and coir two (-1) wagons and ulxteeu ((10) head of hors.: ...
leg that surrounds one of the basins in Yiger Levied! on as the property of Urccr M. Button and to bo .- .' ''''''4',

saved Square, liko, into Home water, by eight some feet deep.A number She was of Sepleabar,18a0 sold satisfy enldl'xeclliioulllld. cost thin the A. HALL J4th duy of ,I To arrive in a few days, Groceries: Ilanlu-nroand 1 Cutlt'rJ"Toull and L ugiiuibt 1 the \MtA of Litor ('cf1 ol1l11 1h,g/t/ 'Jf1"

these warblers that were kept geese thcro commenced .!sept.ST-v. at __ bherllf \ County Willow Ware, Iron Boots and Shoes Clothing, Notion, Crockery and Jury, by the '11'',,f'Ilf'" Cf41h-'[)Itjl.:7 ,

gabbling about tho accident, and attracted the JULIAN: BETTON
cardnerr8 attention to the spot Ho arrived just I Glass \\Tare,1111(1( everything to make up u.complete stuck, all of which Traveler's' Insurance Companys %"
DEALER IN ,
in,timo to rescue the child ,; '
n r --_. Boots Shoes and Leather U ::t T I loi I jog.aflaaflo! : OP HARTPOHl), : '?, ,;tI. ;

JDr. Franklin --.- ,.,' 1,; ,:'JtAu !'
speaking of education, says: "If Will he Sold Low w
I swan empties liia) purse into his head, no man TALLAHASSEE, fL.nl..t .\, for Cash 1",01 I'ulivlo l In uuy of(Uu 111,1\1 l t,.:luaipsule..pI o
jean take it from Urn. An investment in GULF to tho IIIlltcl'.I"IICU! ittitlui c>mecc| thl! Jf.I1'41t
knowl-
Door XOI'tb of tho Stuts Bumu l 81'\1'1: lx
ctWt. iwge always pays ihw best; interest : ;ar6-11' ', "" < sept 6-lm r.) .i 'ldJ'1, Iuhnliliel, l.mlxc.'R,.COm',1sJI1.rIl11ft4'1r ,d.

au::.r Wf.] C. C, LEWIS.I .


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i.1Vtthtll ha.ith\ Sentinel\ \ ; FOR SAVANNAH.Via !
Clothing! Emporium) I
THEFLORIDA .
Fornandina, Brunswick &0. ...

BY SHOBER & OLIVER.Tnllnliauec -- IN THE MONROE BUILDING, PRATORIUS & OLARK,

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Tallahassee

MERCHANT TAILORSTALLAHASSEE

(7.Jft SENTINEL JACOB BUR K HIM ,

:Lv.01"obn11 T81101., FLAT ,

AND DEALEU IN

Tuesday- October 0. READY-MADE CLOTHING T\ mire now receiving-!' a flnonMortnuint t 1iJJ of Clothe, ('liS- 1.

--- --- -- > 0 tlmoro. Vesting, Linen loomis Clothing and Fur
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A LEAF I'notl! MFD.: MAMMOTHESTABLISHMENT FOIl MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS.Gentloinon's Pine Black\Blue and Brow Broadcloths following; : i

Some ten or twelve years ago, there appeared Furnishing Goods Bine lilack Flannels Doeskin,,Blark Fancy Drap'd Spring Etc Casslmoresj; ; :,i
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in the Home Journal of Messrs. :Morris niul SHORE 4J Black and Colored Italian Cloths'
White, Colored and Ducks
Willis, little poem that struck us at the time by HATS, CAPS, &c. White Colored and Fancy FnncyLinen Linen Drilling; ;

the graceful thought that gave it birth and the S OAPT. JAMES TUCKER. AUo, constantly ou hand, a variety ofPREKGtt Black fancy and and Brown White Silk Marseilles III1..el1;;Coatings ;

elegant finish of its rlJ l\1e. The other day we Black Silk Velvet and 1 Silk VcsHnss;
DIlOABaLaTE} Whit, Brown nnd html'Llueu Shirts
unclaimed. i t
If found we arc it floating not mistaken about,uncmlited it Is the offspring and of Fred. ''h l\\\\\\\\. \\.c. \3 4 .. '\\\ \\\a JOB J PRINTIN& Linen Cotton and and PnpomColiars.Merino lIalfhtooo I Lisle j Thread ;

Silk :Mixed and Fancy Cassimeres, Fine Cotton and Hauzo Merino fndersbirts( ;
S. Coz m's dainty fancy : Fine Linen, Flue" Jeans ; ','
TillS Steamer, purchased and fltled up expressly\ for the MARSEILLES DRILLSj Cotton Flannel and Merino L'nnVfrlilrU J
I lent my love hook ono day; Sho back I laid It by ; Jacksonville EVERY THUIWDAY NIGHT after arrivalof
brought Handkerchief', Blackand Silk'
Twos little cither halt to uny- '. the train from Tallahassee, mid'arrives nt Savannah ou And a General Assortment of tile :Finest!:! Su'ppndcru) ( Cashmero Overshlils Fancy Ties and Cravats; i]
!tihi: was to strange, and I so shy. SATURDAY MOUSING: In time to connect with New ;; .
York steamers. VEST I INGS ALSO A FINE 11
But yet wo loved Indifferent thlm'STlio Passengers\ by Hall Itoncl can co on board Immediately LOT OT ,;
sprouted buds, thu birds In tithe; upon arrival nt Jacksonville without going a hotel. J
MEN !!
.And Time stood still and wreathed his wings r, nhhiBT.E. LINEN: : GOODS YOUTHS: AND BOYS'
Wilh ro-y links from June to June. Agent at Jacksonville.CLAGHOUN .
A CUNNINGHAM, .. &c. &d &c. Ac. &c.ma2201l1 SPRINGANDSUMMERCLOTHIN"G.
For her, what task to dare or dot June 1 1-tf Agents.. at Savannah.
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What peril tempt what hardship benr ---- -'-_
But with her-nh I oho never knew .- -iFTbTAL4RIVS I .
My heart, and wbat was hidden there I

And she with ino, oo cold nnd coy, THE CITY HOTEL mch 27-tf __._____ _ _ l'
Becm'd like maid bereft of BOIISOJHut ) J\ND\ LEGS
In tho crowd nil life and joy-_ ,
In connection with the Mewnpajnr) we hue Just fitted np J. II. SANDEKbOX.:; C. K. WILKINSON, ,
And full of hlu.hfnllmpndence. .... ... ..... ... ..... .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .
She married-well-a woman needs OPPOSITE THE CAPITOL.TALLAHASSEE. AN ANATOMICAL
<< A mate her life and love to share Ball nnd Sockot-Jointed Leg:::, with Side :Motion at tho
And lIttlo cares prang up liko weed FLORIDA Ankle, like the Natural One, nud n SANDERSON &
And play'd around her elbow chair. WILKINCON,

THE MOST COMPLETE, LIFELIKEELASTICITY.NVEN'I1ED .
And J ears roll'd by-1m I, content _
Trfmm'd my one lamp, and kept\It bright BY J. L. McGUFFIN. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Till ago's touch my hair bvcprlnt I BY A SUIIGEON: '
With ra'sl\llllgieams of sliver light.

rpIIE Proprietor ofthls Hotel Informs the piibllcgcncrally
And tUon, It chanced. I took the book I JL and travelers particular that ho etllllll'e8lUul holds THREE PATENTS IN ARMS !
WhIch she perilled days gone by : brth at the above place a* of old. To his friends and acquaintances
And I read such passions shook : I It IH needless to anything but to nil
My soul-I needs mnat curse or cry. (friends, acquaintances continues to furnish the best accommodations end faro 1 Augusta, Ga., next door to the PostOlllco.
For bore and there hor Jove was writ the city nlloKK Meals will bo furnished at any hour to -
In old 1, half-faded pencil signs, suit tho tra\'eler. There Is a DOUGLAS ELY, M. D.,
And if shu ylohlod-hit by bit-
Her heart in dots nod underlines. Surgeon aud Anatomist.
PINE BAR ROOMattached ;-1r' Address Dr. lily at nearest Onicc. July Si-Cm ST. ANDREWS II \Lt
Ab, I sllver'd fool I-too late you look I II ,
know; let me hero record .
to tho Hotel,where the beslLlnuors be NO'.l.'ICI!. JOWANTINGJ3CHO
Till* maxim; LaND so OIRLA nOOKULE ecu
O YOU BEAD IT AFTEKWAHD I The motto orthis Hotel Is, nelt I bas always been,
fOUnel'j
THE: STATE. T E B.
.A.
:P L N tEl
.. .e. strive to please. __ ___ __. juno BROUGHTON STREET


mian's GA1nr.tNo letter contains WOMEN.the-following A New bit York of irossip Bohe: GiORUIA G E 0 U I 1 TELEGRAPH' L 1 G ) BEEN APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENTrl OLS.TTAVISO SAVANNAH, GA.

In one of my recent letters 1 spoke of gambling: ofPublic Schools for Freedmen In the j5TSv
ns one of the vices of our fashionable women, andI We have goNe to great ex cnie to procure State Florida, in the place ofL. M. Hobbs, may S-tf
have since learned that it is practised in certain Published )eroii8 wishing Teachers, and Teachers,
hi Macon Georgia will address the
wifhlnc! Schools, me through
modish quarters for more than I had supposed. In j Post Ofllce, and when present, w ill find me at i '
Fifth Avenue, and Fourteenth and Twenty-third DAILY AND \VEEKLY.| I the Methodist Parsonage, in this SADDLE
city.E.
Streets, there lire parties of ladies from which the H. DUNCAN, ,

opposite sex arc sternly excluded, where the fair JAMES: H. SNEED AND SAMUEL130YKIN, may 8-tf! ______'- Superintendent. -
gamesters play until daylight for large stakes; and EDITORS. HARNESS AND CARRIAGE

it not unfrequcutly happens, that, when their NEW TYPES THK :B'I.ORIDAm:8.0ra.A..N"GE

purses are depleted, they put vtp their bracelets, 'rCI'lnW of Subscription :
necklaces and watches : : : : ESTABLISHMENT.
Some
as wagers. ot the Daily edition, per annum. . .. .. ..$13 00
feminine gamesters lose heavily! ,and the desperate) ON THE CORNER OF :MONROE STREET,
shifts-no allusion to their wardrobes-to which Weekly edition, per annum . .. .. 4 00
OPPOSITE THE CAPITOL,
they fire put to conceal their losses, and replace Subcriptloii received for tho Dally for less than a year I HAVE JUST KJX'EIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT

them, must be fearfully demoralizing. A at the same rate. Is con tnl1t. .....-.=."""" ........- _--... Goods, coiifistingofGentlemen's
young The new proprietors' of tho TELEGRAPH are resolved Of the Latest DeilxuB, supplied .o "- -- .... '
woman,the daughter of one of our most opulent to spire)no labor, or expense, to make It the LEADING with the ,j and Ladies' Saddles,
citi/fiis, was pointed out to me last Saturday in mporoftheStatcifnotoftho South. In addition to its )' ; ''''B'';''' Fine Double and Single HnrncsH
.cJ I I c=! ::::J ,
::
the Park, as a.notorious gambler, by one of her egular corps of Editors-who are men of much experience LIQ vel'Y'f.. ,! Bridles, Collars and Whips,
well and favorably known in' the Iouth-wo: naveemployed .
that Saddle Cloths,
own sex, who informed she had parted with can 4'
able correspondent at most of tho
leading found. Shoo I'jndlu "s of every dctc'iipUon! ,
nearly one hundred thousand dollars since bike points ol interest-such Washington, New York, Paris, Leather of all kinds,
went to Saratoga July, and made her dot'ug Liverpool, &c. ICE will bo kept on hand every day during the summer, Traveling! Satchels and TiuiiKs
papa believe she had expended the sum in dress LKAmva 'EATl'RC.-Tho leading feature in the TEL.EGItAI'il New Power Press and every refreshment provided that can bo found in nny Saddle and harness 1 lurch;arc,
will be Its devotion to the rights, interests and similar establishment In the South. Carriage Triuiminjrx
and charity. The young woman in question i is 'eclinas r f Ueorgl.iand!: her eticken sister :States:! ; we In mir READING ROOM will le found a select list of Wagon and 13iigy'1Iubi
very pretty, not more than twenty ; and no one would lift them up from tho valley of humiliation exhort late Newspapers, fl'olo"ery part of tho country North Itnggy Shafts ;spokes and Rime,
regarding her pale, spirituelle face, her soft, blue them toalorsetfulnessof( the past except its glories, and and Sontl1.TIlELAIWE. Bugjjy Axles and :bpringe, I
nerve their arms for the arduous ctrusfjlcs< of the future. AND COMFORTABLE: [ bILLIARD SALOON
eyes, and gentle and reserved manner, would imagine COMMEHCIVL DEFAnTMENT. commercial depart- up stairs, will prove a pleasant place of resort to
she had fallen a victim to one of the most moot of the TELEGKAPH will receive special attention. those who Indulge in the genie CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES
dangerous of vices. Daily reports will be given of all the leading markets of PIny 22-tI \Vr. A.NOWLIN.P .
.-.... the (union together with a full weekly review of tho local --- ol'evcry description.Machine .
A market, while. on the arrival of every steamer, European, Manufactured expressly l for us by Hoc & Co., [ Belting.
STRIKING COSTUME.-At one of the recent and commercial account's will bo
political given. In this '
B BROKAW'S Work
niade.ta order
amid
watering-place balls the most striking toilette was respect wo hope to offer such advantages as will make tho patch. ItiMmlrlmc) done with dia-

worn by a stately Georgian girl, whose summers Telegraph an indispensable visitor\ to the counting room Agent/ Wheeler k Wllsuu'b and( Howe's SEWING
of merchant and tradesman.
-- could not have exceeded every and Sale Stable MACHINES.; : .
twenty, but who carried Education Agiiculliiro and the Mechanic Arts will be Livery oct 2U-tf
herself with the air of a woman of forty. Her fosteru'J: as tho true sources of all National and individual J. E. PCRDY.

dress consisted of a. train of white velvet, fall'Mg' rospcrlty. '
not from the waist, but from tile shoulders, and NEW JOB PRESS TALLAHASSEE, FLATrAGONS M G EHRLICII
TilE WEEKLY; TILEGRAPII.The .
trailing its low length along. It was without .

sleeves but was held over the shoulders by clus-. Proprietor; takes special pride In presenting their carriages WHOLESALE DEAI.KU IX
of WEEKLY EDITION to the public. It contains el htpnes \, Buggies -
ter clasns large diamonds. The !
arms were bare TT amid liariics aIwayS
,
aud polished as those of a statue of a Praxi- jmttor\ of, and Fifty-six in point Columns of typography, almost exclushely ond general reading appear- on hand and for sale. _" Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods,

tiles, a*were also the faf e and neck and bust.- aucois without rival at tho youth. Specimen:; numbers nov DtfEDO.VK .

a Her hair was powdered with pearl and dressed sent by on mail business to nil to applicants. Address all communications Manufactured to order by George P. Oordou, New York, TRIMMING! LACES, SILKS AND! WHITE GOODS,

in the Aspabu style ; but instead of the blue W. A. REID A CO., .... .. .L... ..CUCHAKl. .. .. UL'XJAVIN. "".. .. ..U... rERUlLL.. .... .." Constantly on hand u large assortment
ribbon usually employed in the making up ot aug 21.-tf Proprietors Macon, Ga.
that superb coiffure, a circlet of diamond tar- TRIMMED AND UNTKIMMED
,
clusters was substituted. The slippers wero -of GUERARD & FEEEILL

white blonde kid and, and satin had bows diamond::0 glee buckles! or listening bracelets THE UTHERl GE OGIALBAINDRIDGE The Very Finest Inks !I Hats,Caps, Bonnets & Straw Goods

were worn, and nought broke the magnificentsweep Every deecripllon! of

from the round, plump shoulders, to the CEORCIA.
Cotton I
delicate tips of the taper fingers. Altogether: the Factors j FANCY AND LADIES' GOODS, r'

costume was a model of richness, simplicity, aud Kev. Dr. \V. HOOKTCR.: : ISilitor. AT :
,:; every good and perfect thing i but modesty. C3-ICO. .i.. 3ADItIOI:, :Proprietor. 'W'HOLESALE.

Li Of all Colors, and| Country Milliners Supplied-Orders Promptly! Attended to
MACON A PAPER established I in 1837, and has tho !largest cir- AND
AND BncsswiCK RAIL ROAD.-The culatlon iu Soutu-Wostern Georgia.Tuo .

I t. Brunswick Courier of the 28th : Georgian, being;"devoted iarticularly to the inter UNDER ST. ANDREWS' HALL .
says
ests of Southern: and Southwestern Georgia" is an General Commission -
l o We are happy to be ablo to announce to the excellent Advertising Medium, and Is commended to MerchantsBay
,, p. friends of the city of Brunswick, that the comple. Business Men evcryw hero. %T o jEf :E' is o :sa. 23 t; :3." o G t,
Mr. JOHN A GUt'BB is the General
tion of this Hoad to No. 7, on tho Atlantic & of the GEoauiAN and will receive Subscriptions Traveling Agent and : w4 1vw\ V V'E"R '. Street, Savannah Ga. OXE DOOM FROM I3110UOHTOX
I ", Quit Rail Road, is now assuming a tangible 1 1sflape Advcrtisemcnu, and all contracts made for na by him will ,
t The President of the Road had a consultation bo compiled with.
SAVANNAH GA.
t : with our City Council which was satisfactory WILL sell ou CommUiiloii Cotton Timber. Produce may 10-tf ,

I the to both parties, and will result, we hope, in One copy one TERMS year...OF.... ,SUBSCRIPTION....... ..\.......:........f 3 00 desired we Merchandise.will ship cotton Consignments to our friends solicited.in New When York -
t j' speedy commencement of operations on this Gne copy! fix months. .. ......,... .... 4i............ 1 60 and Liverpool, making liberal advances on the same. BARNETT
of
end the Road. & CO.
Arrangements have already
Which enables us to do In the neatest manner ,
I -.1 been initiated for tno purchase of tho Iron, and Advertisements Inserted as liberally as In any other REFERENCES: COTTON
.
t nothing is now necessary but a few preliminary Journal. Address, FACTORS! ,

I arrangements before commencing tho grading GEO. A. PADRICK Proprietor, Robert IIabcrnham & Son, Savannah, Ga. Grocers
I avery July a-tf Bill n bridge. Ga. and General "CommissionERCaANTS
Geo.
; small amount of which U to bo done. ___ W, Anderson, do

We now say to those.who have determined to Bunter Anthony&Porter Gammell do
; do :
\ I move to Brunswick, but who Lavo been waiting To the Merchants, Manufacturersand EVERY KIND OF JOB PRINTING KNOWN TO THE ART,; John L. Villalonga, do I

for tho Rail Road, now is your time. Come at -. .- : r ErwIn & Uardoe, do COLUMBUS, GA., & APALACIIICOLA.
j I once. Conic while the lots are cheap. Come : Residentsof Georgia? ,, J.Governor It. Hull D. S. Walker, Tallahassee do Fla. '

II i and build, and provide a homo for your family, William K. Pettcs, do PROMPT attention given to all Consignments/ and Ship-
V f preparatory to entering into business. Come to I ENTLEMEN: I have the pleasure of presenting to Ex-Governor A. l{. Allison, Oulncy, }'In. woli. fi of Cotton to New York New Orleans and Llverjool. -
stay, and not to look. You all know what kind L \JT your favorable notice the first prospectus of the Savage Samuel&Bwann: Hallo,, Gainesville, Flu. Liberal advances-made_ou consignments. ,

I I. of a place Brunswick is; if you do not you ought GEORGIA STATE, :DIRECTORY J FROM THE -C._ O. Bamard, Jacksonville do Fla. [may 8. CG-ly. Receiving and House
't.. Forwarding
to. Unsurpassed by any city in the South In I -
The will\give the
Directory names of all tho Duslnessllon
facilities ,
: .f. harbor health and climate, it offers superior Manufacturers( Professional Men, etc., residing or doing .' TURNER & MCLAUGHLIN, APALACIIICOLA., FLA.
inducements to any ono wishing to change business lu any city town) or illage In the Hl their home., All we want now is a Rail! Road; ulao give a geu.urulllot of Charleston) New Orleans Louisville .A.PEE't! : :EXA.N"GJN'GS: : ,VE cstl1hllehed respectfully call attention to the fact that we have .
I' communication with tho (Cincinnati Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York a ho"8e 'In Apalachicolu, Florida,for tho
Interior. When we get merchants who transact business with our Stale.:; It I Is the purpose of doing a GeneralCOMMISSION
that,the peoplo will come But it must bo recollected indention of the publisher to publish about ANDWINDOW : AND .,
that those who como first will adI MaiiolliTraUet l Poster P FORWARDING
have the ; Bublness
I : 1v'a
I \ vantage. : Tho'U.sn11c1. 00pl.08.: ] SHADES. best Having established relations with some of the k ;
houses
_ tit Farelira and Domestlo wo
} ..-.. Trusting that the Directory will meet with a liberal sup are ports
: port from tho merchants of State I remain MPORTERS AND DEALERS prepared to offer nutisual advantaaes to
our I IN FRENCH I
I SCENK AT A BULL :FianT.-The Paris correspondent Respectfully, your obedient servant, and American; l'1I erhnn\s\ Window Shndes, ENGLISh and [I shippers\ of cotton nnd other produce.
Fh Special
JOHX: lure,, Cord, 'l'asseis Gilt C- attention will be given to all
of the London CLIBBON BRAIN. Publisher, tiooos Corners, Bands &c. f.
Globe Cotton
t. I says; Box 21-2, !:Kavamiab Ua. AU goods sold at New York prices ith added sent ns for ealo, either in
ri "We tire to have a bull fight at the Hippodrome, J. OHRIE LEA, of Charleston. 1 S.: C., General Agent. Freightage: omit own or IIIIY Foreign

1 in thu Champs) Elysees The director of thai N.. J.-DARRELL,Savannah.: .Ga.,Gen'l TravelingAgent,. TO THE 112 Brougliton Street In addition to our Commission MAItlET.bUblne81 "
I! L. COOPER, of AmmguslaGmm., Traveling Aguut wo will keep con' !
\ It!. Arnault has stuntJy on hand II largo "
fr- .. concern, rdually got a regular stock of
I ; authorization for such a spec
t I Spanish/:\ race, are already in Paris, declined to (IN ADVANCE) Which will ho offered to Merchants awl Planters at prlwi &
-
'. ,, ,I'I figure iu this butchery. Their names arc Triple,, One Pago.41000. Delicate Carte de BRADLEY HILL & CO. Iu oftramismortatlom the Northern,and. Western Markets I i. rely adding cost .
Visite.ORDERS.SOLICITED.
Ono Half '
? Diablo, Infernal, Leopard and Tigie. This very 8000 Wo .,.
will be
;: I day we got accounts from Montpellicr] of IWd One Fourth Pago. is 00 advnnces, rarcdto accommodate our Mends with "
1 a Ono Merchant' Card, of Directory.. 10 00 Commission Merchants: C01'7'ON .ent nol for shipment otMIC, 1Ud
L I t, catastrophe in the suburbs of that city, where i a Price of Directory....... .., ..copy. .. ...... 800 mumd to furnlob durin"thenl with bagging mind rope for the coming CI'PP '3
f' t I bullfight had been organized in the presence o!f July 10-tf SAVANNAH N. fl.-Zimmr: : the entire selloon.
l'I GA.yE }hon\ o lu will be continued
t: I thousand lookers-oa
I' six ; a wooden structute, in at the old stand,corner ColumhUs\\ GUil
Broad streets.
r
I the form of an amphitheatre, bcived as a temporary NOTICE.IS HAVE COMMODIOUS FIRE-PHOOP
; ;,, erection for this performance iu the midbt ,,and are prepared to store Cotton.Naval WARE Store; juuo 21m.. BARNETT & CO.WILLARD'S .,
4 ; crash of timbers hereby jriven that application will bo made,at the ned and Produce generally in any quantities. \\'e ---L'. .. I
of which a hr ed a mass of people session of tho General Assembly, for an amendment or VhCbUiiVIWCC,011 "" will I make -----
i ) into the arena whe.o the bull was careering alteration of the Charter of the IVnsacolu and Georgia" ,, ? Bacon neil comisignmmiemits l'roduco to us We can
r In full! Jury i n dash was made by the beast into nail Road Company to outhoi-Ua said Company to dispose oweit_prlcc. generally', nt tb 0 HOTEL
of the Branch Roud from Live Ouk to tho Georgia Lieu, ,. may 2-1J U\
the thick of the crowd a mother and child were and the Franchise lit roellecl thereto, uud for other ,ut- .; ', -J ? *I': A YEAR made :
2 000 by any ono with QUINCY
t tossed uloft,more than a dozen: were frightfully puses... --r"' ." ,1I' Stencil: 'fOOB.) No ,1-: FLA
; : t gored, and the assembled multitude !had their fill E. IIOUSTOUN Thu J'rt' ldoute, Cuhier and !'l'reaBUI'er8 experience necell n fY'dorBo
or a
p I of what they sought-a sensation." ,,"Ug'.4-3m. Pro. ,Pen t Gtt. H.it. AlUerlcnu the circular.Stencil bent: fl'eo with am\llos Addrell Blink'01 lb 0 Tl1JS the FIST LASS Iiom'j B i open for the reecptlou!
8UOBER : TOIII
A OLIVER, Proprietor .aug 2-1I'3m Works Spmliigfluhd: Vermont. traveling pttbllc, .
N. I'. WILLARD,
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