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The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 23, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Olio Square\ ono week. .. . . .'. . . 2 GO Tuos. HODOKISS uii.; ) \ Tniiaha.ecc. .. . .. . . 5.10 A. !M. d "As for me-If from sisters 1 rf!
One Squire, two weeks . . . . . 1 (W)() OEO. W. Scorr. 1'10. }f-Latc HtKlgkli", Scott & Co.. N.Y. I Arrive at . .I..A.. . 7.10 I I chnuld chnnco topr my \'ol\\'onlller. ;;. I'J
Dun li'lua'O: tllrO e wooke... . . . . .. .. I 5 00 D. It. POOIE, Oa. ) Leave Tallahassee at..t85Lenvollotlcrlln Hock bout the tomb of Slmliusponre, ',. '
. .. . .:. . . 8.40 .1I41'cMlldlollat Or : H
-. --------- i before tlto.hrlieuofhomer.
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1-- : .- 14'T; ; ; ,----p---r-; t'1T dlVAINCHroktANI! SELLICOTTON :rH.the Arrive nt lnkeCity nt. . . . . . 2.451'. M. Virtue said "if I <1r 6
:;:. :: I I I I< ;( ; :: SOUTHERN' TOUTS!: or forward> : from TI1E3E in PORTS all I WESTWAUP. ;E;, FLOKIUA And von deem I me nm worth missing i no, trotibl"] '.
;: ri I g p : n I g'' to NEW YOHK or Leave kite City nt .. . .. .. .... .. . . 8:10.1. M. :Sock mo In tho courts of tho monarch, '
; 9 f "' I L'-avo Madison at . . . . ... .. ...11.051'! M.i I CIULI'11ATE' AND ACETATE MORI'IIiXII Or (tho dwellings of the noble. r .-5
1 :' ; Ii 1;; ; I [ LIVERPOOL DIRECT, i Leave :Monlipnlln\ . . .. . . 1.10 k, Fornnietby\ :M.1.IVEiX.: ) ".1 r
''I' I. Arrive nt Talluhnmicc at . .. . .. .. . 8.50( __ : : :_ "If among; the high and mighty
i I' a. our frl'cudemuY prcfor. i.rave'ldlahn.eeoat, . . ... . . 4.15: ? i f'1 UM OPIUM (PRIME TCKKEYV: Von shill full to Hurt mo prcucnl.
CI'; $6 ooll 1 901-1) (00 14 00 22 00 1-2 0018 37 50 Our connections In LIVERPOOL: arc Mich nil w 111,:fflvc I Aviv ljulncynt nt. . . .. .. .. . ((1.15\ I IT_ Forroleby I t LIVELY.. You 1)n l with bettor fortune f :''iEm
2.1 Ii 11 20 00 27 60 8J: 00 &i 00, 00 02 0Oa our cu"loniT3 nil the ndvan agra! oflhal( nmikct. ST. I.HIt'l'lUl : ,, In the cottage of Iho peasant!
I (5 I Ill 21 60 :3 1 GO I Jj 00 0, 50 G75')1 1160 87 r.O Apply[ to Leave Tullnlini'scc at. . . . .. .. .. 7.501.. 1 /"Xt'INlNK.: BOO ozi. \arIOlt8I1)1prt\t) ( brands, H I
) 3"1 I I'J 00 s:3 00) ,, 17 no 5100 613 50 75 0'100' (H)112 no HE W. SCOTT: CO. Arrive attlt.hlirkeat. .. .. .. . ... .11.20 | \r\J for sale lit tho Driitf :Store of M. LIVELY.irEROSEXE I t "All. I" said Reputation, elgliing. -
2-100 N 50 5750 1 Ij i0( 00 &J O12\ /5l, 12: 50 13150 ICllvoRt. Marks nt. . . . . .. r. 1220! M. --: ------. ltltenyofdiccprniiij I( ,'. -\1. *.
:
6.,1 1 I 2100 liO 00 6i CO Al 00 fit s(J) 11)7 bnlw 5olr,1 h,,1)r) _lt i-tf... _. __ TallttliuttKCC I '! Fla. Arrive nt Tallalumeo! at, . . ... . . 1.60 P. M.IVnnlfnu JV : OIL AND LAMPS.: 'Knob! of you mny freely wander, -t ',
00 00'' )1U' 162 COH. I At I he Drug Store of .M. : : : '
81 57 50 71 11:1: ($) 4 5.)125 00 501187 I : hour 1I'1II1'e ..._ _LIVELY.. ItilhnprnepcctufrMunaling.!
,Kln: on thn nrrlvnl of (the cars : :
.I'j: 0:1: on r.loo 81 .501); 0X)12) MillO OOWl: 51)1210 00 : ut Ta'.lnliui'eetJ'! 1)CRE ,', 'I 1
0.,1, 3'1 00 7W\ \\11 M 117 Oil'1:11I110: 1.5 00)1)2, ) no 2J2: 60tO. EAELB CUNNINGHAM & CO.COTTON I A lino ,,stages fornnerguingfroumudcomingthisway.between : I : LINSEED OIL, I "Hut, Ipravyou\ guard nw clo cl!. ., ,
: 1Il1inbl'l \
.I I 01!:3 00 71 r.o 107 001'17! 50 JoIIOO:170! : 00,222, (50 :21)5 CO : aii'l between Jtoiitlcollo and Quincy'I'hoUllwlllc111) gc and Alb.iny I --_FornnlcutthullnuStoroul'._--.--. '-- -_... -- \\\1.: -LIVELY.IUHK ,. For, despite your bee endeavor. '
11.1 .1'O\ 8100115 00 1i; 1M 1111 00,1"5 00 2-h 00 275 (no I with the ti-ainn. connect ; K01L13D LINSEED OH ((1 Eiicllhh), -- I I I If you ruins mo for u inoinunt, '.,
13.,1'' GO 00 IKI) 011 121 00 1 11 IS 501T 50 1'17 50 21 50'205' 00 FACTORS.A.3ST33 I om lost-nn J lost forever.1 :.;
63: 00 1111) 50 131: rd1157 1 04)1F>! OO2tu! (JIJ :mJ 00315' 00 umy :3-tf lW l WALJvER, 1 I _*_._For.0luastheDrug:! : ,Store of .. _M.!:...LIVELY.: I _-s._._ __ r...
11.I I 50 1M) hJ2 50 110 (00I0.) 0019J'I (00) 22d 1i0 2112 5013.05/ : : 00 ._ _ __ !:Superintendent.! Ci PI KITS TURPENTINE, ( .
15.1 00 00,108 50 147 O,1771JO,211t1, 50''J' :5 00)7, ) : 00 k3. Far onlo! ni the Drug I Store of M. LIVELY. I .lealth of the French Kiiiror .
10.1' 00&1100, 1e3( 00141i00217 0UI250 00 825 u0i375' 00 Commission Jlorchants I P LORIJ::>A i : __ : .: I The health of the Emperor Napoleon is just
11. 1)5): 00'120,) 00 162 50 In5 00 2dT ro112! 50 3-10 ((4) :192 (\0\ : \VII1T1; LEAD.j.. 1 Extra and Pure
13. 0' 00',1'L1': 00 nil 00 2H( 0012'13 00j2T5; 00',5: (00 410 (00 : :R..l.k. J: L E& tJ .i'l.: Dr.r.P I _1I'm'. ____!: kale:! .nl !the I Dnis_Stare of M.LIVELY_ : ,_ I,now a antler of most; serious nml earnest discus
19.1 ..71 OOI, ;! _n.11\0: 213_OOi21S_GO..2x150 810 QIJ,1\7, 50 NO. 7t WALL STREET, NEW YORK. i /'lliKKN PAINTS, Ground sion all over the continent of:Europe. Whenever
Dry mid In Oil, the: )French) since the
----- ------ days of the Bourbons have
Obhnnry'otices, Tributes of Respect, and Marriage, John H. Kr.rlo, formerly Sniallwooil, Uarlu: & ()o. : AQ" J.zr ) For:! snle' :!at the Driiif 8tornor_ Jf:..LIVELY.rpUPK :. ._ lost the executive\ head of their government ,I'CVO-
,
will bo charged as Tranfelant Advert eumonts. James B. Cunniu hain, 1'Jf:r} : 8111 I" rUl1n: P.1X'I'for: ArllHts'
lI D IIHC fusion
J. Perkins Earlo .t Co. Yt.\.1: :: .' ..' ,[ 'I \ has followed! and the nations of Europo
Legal Notice chl1l'l311l1e name Mother advel'lleumeuLs, Thomas formerly Smnllwood and I I ;: l'l;:: .gr. {' :; .L___Eor_ .!lel._ >}' >k LIVKLY.TPSOM .
except !uticos of DU'iihaloa' uj Administrator, the chnrge J. L. Smallwood &: Co. .. : ,_ have come to rcgu France as a magazine which
, for which shill be $18. I I was likely to explode at !any time the death

=- -_._--_._- ._-- 1TJ TTAVrNO Southern long! produce experience, we In the uu! or Cotton solicit: and coimijntnents other Fl SALE. I j. -Forsale: atthelirgrStore_ !)). '! :&! of M., LIVELY..;.. of ils' pre cut ruler. Therefore, it upon is that the demise
respectfully
rofctihHU\t ftn t and are prepared to make advances, for which ilrlufi of the authority vicetedInthe'J'eu.tece of (lie\ ENGLISH COPPERAS, by, the pound or barrel of (Louis Napoleon is regarded wilh' \unmixed
<.;;J ( tIlr Lo I IN tateniallinprovoment'unrlor: the State of Florida, by ____ ::' I at the Drug.Store lit l_ .. __ M. LIVELY. .. I awe and! apprehension! by the subjects of

._-- _._ ------------ -_.- THCeJ. J. PERKINS A CO. i the proviolous of the "act to provide< for und encourage u / I)LtE STONE by the cnnk, barrel, pound or onnro, 'very crowned head iu i Enrol).?. It is well understood
? j
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iiyslom( of Internal Improvements In thin State, _>. orjale 1 at the.?! 11!_Store of M. LIVELY. I hurt when the rentrifugalism of he( French
A.. L. WOODWARD SR. July' 17-ly .____. Tullah Eeoe, Fl.i. j j approved January Oth, 1B65, Rim in conformity with res :. : I '
"" _. order adopted by the Board of Trustees, w 111 bo J> OYAL TURKISH: TOWKLS, character: no longer feels'! the control of tic muster -
\ TTORSEY; AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW AX1J > I Auld to the highest( bkldei, for cash, on --*i. rJJ1li0!! -Drug'-lure';: | 01' .M. LIVELY. miud and hand at present restraining it, limy

-\. Solicitor In \iiincery, Tallahassee FlorUU.-Ho will GEO. \W SCOTT & CO, Thursday, the First Day of November 18C6 j RHODES' FEVER J.G6'-CURE-: -'-- fly olf nt uuigeut very dangerous to its neigh:
also in connection with thullrinol ilE nYALKEn., ,
) at the bors. It )has excited the and
I c Drug Store ul' M. LIVELY: surprise comment! ,
of Washington City, attend to the prepcc'ition of claims COTTON FACTO 't '!i IO ofllc tll'tho Company nt Gttineevlllo.! : Florida, the ._- of the world
before tho Dapavtments Bud bcloro Committees or Cou- : FJoridn! Itail. Road A'-D ALL us 1'norEnxv O}' UVKRTi 11SG00D'8 INDIA CIIOLAaOCiUK (Ofuniuc;I ; :)). that the French have been kept

ereea.-,--._ _________ ____J.me.1! .A..ttD: i Kl.ND, IStLLTiKVll TUG IOAD-IiEO? lllOX, ElJUII'.Ma.'ns, 1.1 _I'ors.lellttheDI'I1::: Store of._ __ Jf. LIVELY. quiet so long by any man nnd brave doubts ciblwhtlher
W IIRKBuor., DEPOTS AND t'HANCiii.xc.! in the eyelet of his death any other man
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J. PEELER 1 The said enc! will be nahj.jct to all the condition I OHALLENKEKGER'S FEVER AND A(5UE PILLS,
A. : II peck O can be found! to France the ,
Commission EI{ chants I dciibed hy the act( tibpvc icforred to. For unlu at the Drug Store of M. LIVELY.. govern ns present
has tlun 11 I
I -- --- Emperor : h la true Louis Napoleon
AT LAW HUGH A. CORLEY. :
4 TTOUXEY TALT.\nASSEEI'l.OrnJ.\-: \LOMEL: ; UESUBLIMATED.:
.:\. Once up( alaii-BO.Tr tho Stnto: Bank. OIllco hours TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAGEO. oct 11-Ids_ : [uJ] Snli'sinan} hoard. Trustee, 1..!1 Fund .J_For. Palo at...the Drug StcreOf M. LIVELY. w ill leave an heir but we imagine! that no insurance
from !9) '. m. to 11'. m., and from 2 to /6 p. in. .1- __ : company would ]like to guarantee that he
a oct 21i-) ___ W. FU. I H. HODGKISS, 2I.Y. \c'. W. SIJI.S.) J. 10'. WHEATON, PORT WINE, of 'uporlor quality, for 1I11'(1Irnll'lIl1pose8. will SUC.tllIis father to the throne Moreover
SCOTT :
Late of:Sav. liepuwicaii.! fur stile ,
|IT. I : Late of Wilder, Whentou &Co by, __ : : jr.
yEDWIN J. L.8SIALLWOOD, N.Y. II. 1'OOLE, N.Y. LIVELY.: ... he is too young to leap into the sld,111cflis] sire
A. HART, I I>HY&rciANS' POCKET CASES: hiinilHoinelv 1I11,'
TTORNZY: AT I.AWADI"O FLOJUDA.-Will 'VLL advance on and nhlp Cotton to Liverpool, New F. W. SIMS & CO. __ Vlalu, for sole_by __M....//.1VTLY.: :! I The !fears Europe arc unfounded.. There
New Orleans, Savannah. July
or 17-tf ,
J.L practice In till Courts of tho Middle! Judicial Circuit. --------- GOD LIVER OIL, Hazard & f.'a-swell; and 1lushtrl'-I I will be trouble when the :French Emperor..,

-Llec -3-tr- SAVANNAH, G-A, for Bale by_ ._, ._ M. LI\'I L Y. :and the seething cauldron revolution will boil

WM. TURNER, I o EWL'\O-lrACIlIXE: OIL lined for all flno\ marhbury. I with! nil its ancient lilr .. The wise and prudtut

\V. WIIITNEK, Factors and General D For woo at the Drug Store: of. __. ._-M. LIV3LY. ._ statesmanship; ) Louis Napoleon has repressed

A TTORSEY AT LAW, MADISON, PLOKIDA.i-Will GllOOERCommission 1IJIIITFWASIIBitUSIIESallsht' the fi'I'YIud destructive elements of France,, and

Jt\. pr.ic'lce ic the Courts of tho Middle Circuit. AND _11_. For.. 2.c.nt the.Dl'l1g.Store_ of. !,!. L1VF1T._ I ns indeed'I'I'Hied 1m; celebrated saying thai
dec<_23-tC._, __ ,. I "the Empire was :' But when death that
--- ).lIIEltC1L1 NIS ri'COThi BRUSHES, a largo: assortment, peace

JAS. WESTCOTT l fflereliant' 1 JL _For: .sale nttheruHtOl'O; _101. _LIVELY._ __ ._ I unnerve his ;grasp upon the helm of the ship of
State
JOHN ,who i is thereto take his place ? Will the
CELL & < 0., LONDON,
A TTOiufny AT LAT, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-OOO FERNANDINA, FLA. AND DEALERS I:* I French people resist the opportunity then offered
*\. in tho Jlaaroe Building, opposite tho store of Mr! .. I HAIR to make \themselves again the scourge and pest

llopldn-i. ___.__ mny5-tf .< Produce Merchandise Lumber Timber and BRUSHES of( Europe ? "We fear not, fin' the history of that

JAMES T. MAG BEE. for aupplicti meat bo accompanied with the-cut.hor its PIE{ .]EMI. EN'ILl:: EXCELLING; : All, ljTllEltS people reveals the fact; that periodical outbursts

egnR aleutlutmde. July 13-im(; OOTT03ST.Contlriiminta Those desiderata which rciuh'f them the most and bloodlettings :cue et necessity of their exis
A TTOKMF.Y AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANjJi. ------ liritebinuse. Although poBHost-injjnn Incredible perfect tence. Panting for glory !and sighing for renown -

bailding. CERY, T.iiliihaasee'i'utiim'a, Florida.Drug :Store.-OIllco in Marina I-tf Bank: JOU'\ w, A.'WEII.ON, u onOJi--; AKDEIIHON, jn.: I the power, yet It does not produce the slightestirrualiou cluiinKlng of the people once led on to victory by the
opposite may / ore ItctpfetfitlliHulteUctl vitrf will ,' 0l..11of tho bond which eoollen roduces fliiadrull'; undrv.m First Consul break
It. H. ANDEttSOX. 4OHN W. ANDEHTON, JI1. | r great ; will like] : unloosed
i eel"e titrMOOMOITS &'llli //. ,.,.. premature baldness. ]hounds from their keepers.whenever the form of
MCQUEEN MCINTOSII, John '\ Anderson & Sons. !! ...: run BAI.K nv LoUIs Nopoleon is consigned to the tomb. In
ConsignmentB Cotton and i'ru.l
TTORSEr AT LVW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Commission and C:?: ally, for Bolo or shipment to any point in the cegcucc United( T. LZ""TELY.jlln less than a twelvemonth the excitable race who
jt\ OJlca In tho :State Bank! Building. Will practice Forwardingr Stales or Europe, and H ill nuke advances on consiffiimenta Il-tf: point pronbly) to Charlemagne as their founder
in any ot the Courts where hit service are deeired.DK. and Hhlpmcnta. .__ _ _._._____ __ __ will
all
).... .tjm( 1=t.Or.J.A.JSrTs: : : JOHN H. DANIEL, of Monticcllo Florida, id interested I sweep away: the conservative landmarks!:

Corner of JJraytoix slid: h'yn11. Sh'<'etl:!. in our business i and parties confcrlng with him will .EDGAH. . .I.. GCKRAIU1.. . .. . HENJAM1X. . . .11... YElIULI.. . . which their lost: Emperor lias carefully and
obtain infurmation.. He U prepared to advance patiently ret for their guidance. .
:MILES; II. NASH SAVANNAH OA, on conHlgnmeuteaud I up
furnish nagginifand:; Rope! to parties ship -- s.--._-'-
OFFICE REAR OF POST OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, may S2-im __ __ _. Ini; to or th rough us. GUERARD & FERRILL I UTEAMEK EVEMXO SrAii-FURTHER ACCOUNT
.-Residence with Dr. iM. :4Aex. ,, > '
OF THE I ts.\s'1'Eu.-'Ve arc permitted to make
_JIm 3-tim. _...___.____ _____ MoKIBBIN & ALLEN NEW YORK. UEFFHEXCE3* I :MACON, GA. the followiug extract from n letter received in:
,
J. S. BUN R. II. RANDOLPH George/ : B. Carhart, Pres, N. N. C. :Monroe i; J. D. ('IU' this city, by Mr. Lewis K. Smith, from a lady
TALLinASSEE, M.A. Y. & N. H. It. R ; D. H. hart; J. U. Hos*. Cotton Factors residing at May Port Mill.*, Fla., near the mouth
. DRS. BOND & RANDOLPH Baldwin i, Co. ; Jonathan AMERICUS: OA.-Thonius of tho St. Johns river : ..
Prcrs !)0) Wall Street.
OFFER their profoeolonal oorvlccs to the citizens of WHOLESALE DEALERSDRY AUUUBTA, OA.-D Dun- Harrold. "As you have already heard of the loss of the
niul vicinity. bar.SAVANNAH.. DOSTO .-.E.: C. Drew. steamship Evening! Star:) which foundered at sea
Office at the residence of Dr. BOND. [July 101yJULIAN' m .-W. AT. Wadin. MONTICELLO, Kla.-LIn I would inform ,
Groceries GOODS, | __...,., -n_na_._.. n_.. T n?., _It.._ ._.tTllr___ r_rt_. ..on.to._ _. _ROn__...'hang23Sin _., ANn charge of the second you that mate a, boat started load from of ladies the ship, iu

BETTON Hardware, : ______ ._ and were all lost, with tho exception of the mate
DEALER IN QIIQenSWAr, (';t'neral] C'oiniiiissloii Merchants and two of the ladies, both of them quite young.
G-Ft.EA.: TI
Clotht and CflMlmerei,
The boat which they were in had within
got two
Wines and 1I'1uo
Iloota Shoes and Leather Porter Ale and Cidor, Street hundred yards of the beach: when it upset and
Wooden Ware, Bay Snvaiinalia.\ ; ( { both of tho ladies were drowned. One of the ladies
TALLAHASSEE FLA. Tin "'ure. I DUCEMNTFor
x Frnltaaud Spices, was the daughter. of wealthy farmer in
June H, 166fi-ly Ac., &c., &c. Comuils-Iou Rhode Island. Her body was found on the
JTirsWoor North of tho State Bauk. _____ ._ -\lY1LLcell Colton, Timber. Pioduce
] beach and buried. Bhe was'uliout
c. ConBignuients aolldted.'hel\ / seventeen
mar. &-ly ._. H. L. RITCH. JOHN DENIIAM. an Enterprising Man and desired, wo will Still) cotton to our friends In New York of ago, long, light hair,, and very handsome years; she

. .. . . ... .. .. .. . . LI'erpoul.Ink ng liberal: advances on Ibo Hame. was buried among the sand hills The other wa
3E3C. UT. : ;ZO1 T3B: -- --.a+w---
the daughter of a wealthy gentleman residing i in
OF FLORIDA, .Ht 1S 1 am anxious to nettle inv old bnehiCBB this coming HEFEln; l'E8 : New York. When her
L. RITCH & CO. 1'- winter ulnill oflVr for eulo the following Valuable body was also found the
WITHCHICHESTER j Property and near the town of Qulncy /Fla.: :: Robert HubcrHlinm. & Son fiu\aJllllth.) lii. sharks had eaten lter nearly all tip, with the exception
& CO. fco. W. Anderson, do II of her clothing, by which she was identi
A Tract of Land Anthony Porter do
| fied. She buried in
was the
Commission Merchants Hunter & Gammcll. don cemetery. ])1', Eastman
WHOLESALE DEALERS i Adjoining: the town containing fifty ((30): ncreB nut to b John Villalongti.! do gave a man ten dollars for recovering her
N'o"PV "York. I .nrpnoB." in the( country. On thin place there is a fluu Erwin & llardoe, do I remains
Foreign and Domestic Hardware !j I l streamer water, witliBiinicieiit' lull to turn a tweuty (-JO) Governor J). S. Walker, Tallnhueaee, Flu. I "At the time that
I foot whee'l': l\uII\U'"rdl1"g a good site for a Cotton Teeter I J. II. Bull do the ladies were drowned they
No. 63 Ucvkmau and 185 Ann Street t. ConBigiimcnH of Cotton and other produce or Flour Mill. Also, a lino nearly new Dwelling! HOUBU William 1\,. PctteH, do were insane, not having had anything to cat for
SOLICIT I I and a two acre lot attached adjoining) tho above place : E.X-CIovcrnor: Allison, (Juincy, Fl.i. seven days with the exception of
NEW YORK. \l'elllluiehud with five I- ''''ne and foul and & l-'in. some raw tur
Advaucca will be made on slilpmenta by ]I fire-places its I Savage' Hallo, ClaliicBvlllo nips. Neither of the ladies
were dressed in
oat-building) Also,
All orders promptly attended to. July JOHN DUNHAM & CO. ccsBary I Samuel Sauna Jucknnnvillv Flu.: any
.. 21-6w- thing but their
-- -. -- uugl 18m.J]_ ____-_! Monticcllo, Fli.- j I I A Good Farm I .__O. O.:..biinmrd, _jlo __ ____ .(may 8. (iG-ly.. :__ iu the 11101'l1ing'I'n night gowns the vessel, as it went was live down.o'clock

D. J. TAYLOR, I Two and a half from town, containing Two Hundred BRADLEY HILL & CO. "'1'Itc mate, whose name is Gouldsby WHS u
T. J. BASSETT\ !:i and FortyiaiO/ ) Acres ofoscehlunthind, with good Dwel dreadful sight to Lehold. The: poor follow\'looks

Steamboat Agent I j I ling water and and out Hplendld houses on Mill the slto.I place;) o also, my, a line stream nf I Commission Merchants: as though ho hud: just arisen 1'1'011tho dead, but

AND GENERAL TALLAHASSEE FLA., !! I he is receiving good attention, and getting along\
SAVANNAH
Dwelling House and Lot (1.\ very well.]
Will repair or build new .
_
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT 1 Near thd Court House Square, being a duo Two Story 0 *-- -
building with eifjhtttt) liooms, all well furnished and \\TK HAVE COMMODIOUS FIRE-PKOOF WA1U5t FKEK SPEECH-FREEDMEN'S;: BC: KAU..; -The
Me Stacks Pans & houses
< ar Dippers T 1II\I111rc
". TERNANDINA, FLORIUA. Boilers, S.ll plamerod, w Ith all ncccutury out houues The lot being and Produce prepared to store Cotton, Navul Stores New Orleans Picayune announced not long
generally, in
qiuiititieB. We ago
22-tf threo-fourths (>') of a with an excellent well any will auk
may iquiuro : of
____ MANUFACTURER of BoltB, Nuts, Sett Screws Tap water ; alaoa .Dwelling convenient to tho Puplie Square:! bend cash advances on all couHigmuvnU to us. We can that "Louisiana had been disgraced by a denial
Pitlini: Hammers and Chiuulu; with two Acre Lot newly fenced and well improved. uruisb. "'erLlll ers, Bacon and Producu Kcni-rally. at tic C of the right of free speech. If-it had happened
t '
A. F. HAYWARD andT'keep constantly.. ou hand Piping, Couplings, Elbows Also, owe ,prices. '_ ___ limy yi-Hm_ I to white man it would nol have been either so

(LATE Or TALLAD4SSEB, FLA.,) WITH Three Store Rooms i l-emarkablo or so offensive but to deny; it to one

E. J3IH2:3Pg3a cto: OO. Repairs of Machinery South ofttw Court House Square' now renting for >.I 1,200 I It Sontnarn Ii1 ort and IaxortCJOMPAN i of the nation's wards and pets is atrocious.[ AVe !
>er aunnni. Also, a JarUingncar! tho Depot, with a two have been waiting, says tho National Intelligen

IMPORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS, Attended to with dispatch. Blacksmith work of cu'iy M) Acre Lot attached. Also :i cer, for the special advocates of free upeecU tad

!oD-' deitcriplioo neatly dime to ord r. Five Building; Lots X. of negro rights to rsjfi a waruinsr! cry, but in

:O.o.mmissio.D. M ohants 1 Cotton Gins etc. Near the Depot. All of which I will noil at private milo > ,, vain. The right of speech of the Rev. Aruistcucl
(} Lewis
; Repaired (colored pro.-iclic-r
uutil the flrnt Monday in next lecembcrwhen I will oB'er ) arc Iu the Radical eyes
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t the sani" at public sale. I of no consequence. Tlie Bureau autocrat h" '
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II DEY tj'rnEET Near Broad
( ) NEWVOIOC.
ny 1 fumiau ENGINE: and MILLS silence\ the preacher whenever ho add
ate now prepared IEER1L pleases, 110
Keep eon t nt11 on hand a large stock of fine old Whisky.AUSTIN from tbo I; Terms of Sale i 1 ADVANCES: WILL BE MADE ON ALL 1 Radical will \ his
1'roduco oiibn !
.. Itlno 1 HIm .J for European Market. mouth Mr.< IwU ought i'
---- WASHINGTON lilON WORKS Ono half CASH, tho balance In one (1) and two ((2)) years' I I Orders for every dcsrrintlon of Merchandise lit :Mahlnery indeed, by Radical reasoning(!, to silenced,since '
time with note bearing eight (8)) per cent Interest and
with ( promptly Judiciously! attended. he is unwise
: enough to udtec his, brethren to
& ELLIS eceqrlty. The uaviuc the '
purchaser prlvilciro of iiaying lly arrangements
NEWBURG N. Y. rucuntly made the Compnny 1* '
the entire price of adjudication rash. i prepared to fill order for nvw work for their old masters und those they knowin '
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS These Mills arc considered the bebl, and need no comment Account of halo together; with I.niLd PtarS Internal I' preference to adventurers whom they do hot
in allover the State of Florida which Heveuiia"( at the espouse: of tho purchaser. '
RB they are use. Partlcewiebiugtopurchaeethese On the that :Monday: In January next I will noil\ all of my European Goods know\ and 501110 of whom they have (good! rcu-

b4u tiec ENGINES and !MILLS can do eo through me, and bait Household and ;Kitchen Furniture, A flue l' llI\tI wud sou to distrust. This Is moral trco;on--an outrage
o. ; \, their Engine! and Holler put up Sewing M.icblue, Also my Mules, Horses ClIl'rlagaud amt- delher tho state iufiom. two to three muntlii' thin.R .a. the fight of the agent null his fritinli

SAVANNAH,..CEORCIA, three Anybody'a.trous(S) Wagons! at public of leain outcry* the, for above Cash, only. F. FLOYD, President, JacJu-oovllJe, to hare their! work done cheap.:"and\ on their Own

CHARLES: ELLIS, Free of Cost, find me at all tllI1u my oftlc. jJropurtYj 81 can& I E. T. EALNE, Agent Liverpool terms, and is such} an nbiwe-'bf'fjw) t-neeth\ u.1:

THOMAS II AC8TIN, { Late of 'Apaluchicola,. 18r .ALL. WORK OlJ JI\1'EED. laset C .3H. (H teary'# Dreg \Store; ( A. T. CLTVXJNGHAM; .AjCut,8Ualflah. proves that a negro is no better than a while

j'! and (\11111111wa. K. il, fc'KALElGU. I J. T. BERURn'iont- T.n.ba.l .... rebelao hat no rights that a FreoduicuVUuJ -
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the MI/*) of difficulty Is grossly incorn' Tho
cntincL.J.
t'iAttrdtty I $ \ Washington Correspcmdeiico :
tto\.itht DZIALYNS
Sheriff]has no writs: id his possession:! except iu PHILIP
cases where the owners have been allowed to ,
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redeem their property from the tax sale by UlO U.

D. OLIVER, Editor and Proprietor. Tin Ito'llcsls DutormlncJ-to Depose< end< Imjiriaon tho | S. direct las commissioners, in every instance thoI l WHOLESALE DEALER IX
-- I parties redeeming being either minor children
President-rotalWltty of a ChlPA'ar In the North-the
i women under disabilities, or loyal cititent But :
. Prctldcnt alone can Prevent tills.VjriniNOT07J. '

1',' R Tl, i a tr \ Oct. 13: 18
lqZA The country IK thrl.'lf1: TWIt, by n great peril, and orphans out of possession of their property, and I {

,. "'" :- irit ttlb there Is only one wey )Ity which It can be avert I i in order to do so incite the negroes to resist the

'+ ed. The radical leaders: have all their ttn-nngemenU I I Sheriff whenever he attempts to dispossess them Hats Caps Shoes( Yankee KnUoiis, to
Q made for deposing the President, and placing ono of I by virtue of la\"fuIIWoces!Issued out of our courts! ,
alter a lair trial of the rights of par lies, And I
their creatures In his seat. This 1 Ii their ,
own pro regret to say that this state of things is encouraged 103 BRYAN STREET AND 70 ST. JULIAN STREET.
gramme-Is', The President Is t. be Impeached bya
; by the course adopted by the military authority I
.- Rump House. 2nd, The President Is to bo drng- in Florida, who threaten to arrest the
;;;;;;:: =-:=-==::--.:== -- -= ::== god before Rump Semite, for trial of the Impeach Sheriff equally with the rirers,1f any disturbance :. SAV. .N .A.E-X: GA,.

'IT Mr.Joan A. GBOBH it our Oencral Agent, nod 11 ment. 3d. The President U to be taken from the arises In consequence of his Attempt to execute I -

,y authorized! te receive mibucrlptlonj and solicit: advcrtUInp, bar of tho Rump Senate, and! Immured ns a prisoner the law. That is the sort of eiiil In to we have under -

eollectmonlesa receipt for the wane.Tallnhattor In the old cl\1"It011'rl90ll. 4th, The RnmpCongrc sIs the President's proclamation.
r We are perfectly aware that tlio grossest falsehoods YORK A LARGE STOCH OF
SEW
FROM:
then to declare President Jonssos suspended snit HAVE JUST RECEIVED
:
._ '''un R)', October 23, 18if I have: been invented and diligently clrcul -
x deposed ; and CIUHLES SUMNEB, of Massachusetts, i: ted both! here and! Washington against our returning

President\ of the United States, a>l ililtl flll/l. This I, citizens, who are seeking: ilt peaceful L | Dry Goods Hats Boots and Shoes Clothing
tit COIO iIl.\TON.-The American Colonization design has long been entertained hy l the radical lenders j: and lawful manner to regain possession! of the'r' I ,

i Society, It Is said, Is unusually flourishing just ; and It Is now ready for execution. i I property of which they have been unjustly and

now. it has bought a new ship, the Oolcu'"b: That It will be attempted there ii not the least i i fraudulently deprived But we had'a rlghf to expect i YANKEE NOTIONS, TIN WARE, WOODEN W ARE CROCKERY,

of 1,010 tons burden,which will sail for Africa on doubt, If the Rump Congress U allowed to hold another I who the has editor of a paper living so disposed near us, "to-and .
always friendly
the 1st of November and May of each year In session. Their President ad intertwn, would I wards our people appeared take some pains: to as WINES AND LIQUORS

addition to many who are Becking passage in the be commander-iu-ciitef of the army and navy of the I certain the truth of a statement before publishing ,

the received! for United States, (If their usurpation Is submitted to,) it. Wo are living and suffering under the most
coming spring, applications and then would commence a revolution, which grinding tyranny in consequence of these <.1:11ders. \- Selected by myself, with great care, /rora.the best stocks, with especial reference to tSc Country Trade,
emigration thi1) fall include nine hundred and I and would 1 bo happy to have the
would deluge the whole:: fwd, North and South,
ninety eight; persons, from the following named with blood. In conclusion, allow me to caution you against

localities : Knoxrllle, Tenn., 200 ; Sparta, Oa., There I h only ono way prevent thU, and that I Is items of local news from this place. The lather FLORIDA MERCHANTS EXAMINE THESE GOODS !
of lies resides here of handful Of
in the a
Columbia S. C. 20o: persons
46; Macon, Ga., 2S3; ; for tho President to refuse to recofrnl/e the Rump I Radical army follow era! whose business is to ; t

Newbcrry, S. C., 200; Bertie Co., N. C., 25 ; Ab- Congress, and to et once assemble the Constitutiondl plunder our people, and whoso amusement la to | BELIEVING IT WILL BE TO THEIR INTEREST.

ingdon, Va., 10i; Albernmrle Co. Va., .12 : C'liil-; Congress of the United States. There li reason to invent and circulate] falsehoods shout, them. -

?II1 llcothe, Ohio, 6. Total, lOS believe that he will take this course. It la certain FEnNANrn A.ilennregnrd ; --

.. that he has laid before the General
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THE VICE PBESIDUXTS.-This-ofllce has been and requested to be Informed what powers the rued Kraut Orde from the Attended
Country Promptly to.
constitution:: confers upon him In order to eavo the: A Democrat
vacant on the following occasions, viz : OEonoEGUSTOS correspondent of the Louisville ,
constitutional Whatever those
April, 1812 ; his term expiring March[ government. powersare writing from.New. York under date of the 30th
they will be used to the fullest extent. '
3,1813. EIDIUDOE GtIU \( mber,19U; liU Such a weighty responsibility has never devolved alt, says. :

term expiring March 3, 18J7. Once by the resignation upon any President,since the foundation of the gov I Gen. Bcauregnrd is Iu town. He is stopping PHILIP DZIALYNSKL
| at the New York hold, which is, ns it has been
: of Jons C. CALIIOCS, December 29,1833 ernment. Let your jcndcm think for n moment, of ,
for Ihe Southern l'el1llcz'ollslnGothnm
I years past, great
his term expiring March 3, 1833 Three times by the that must ensue, lithe President !
consequences The General a from
came passenger oct 18-"m 103 Bryan! Street and 70 S Julian Street.
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the death of President IlAimiaox, TU.ER and yields to the Rump, Buffer himself to be illegally i, Europe iu the Ville d'Paris, which arrived yesterday -
I
i LINCOLN, and the accessions of Vice Presidents!! deposed and Imprisoned, and if the supreme executive 1 from Brest lie I is in excellent health mid In

TAYLOR, FILLMORC: I and Jonxeox to the Presidency power passes into the hands of CHARLES:: SUMSCR I fine spirits, as well he i inv be, seeing that his E. D. SM.YTHE & COo '
or auj one of the radical leaders. The latter ; mission to Loudon and Pans, in connection with
-the former in April l, 1811 ; the second in his Louisiana: and Mississippi Kailroad enterprisewas
will then have reached the summit ol their debircc.
July, 1850 ; and the last in April, 190.5:-leaving a success far bryoiul his most sanguine anticipations IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS
But will that content them ? No. They tlohted:1 ,
He not only received all the credit '
Vice vavant for the remainder of
t the Presidency the constitution In order to set tho Blares free. I'i
They he asked for, but was pressed to accept doubleor J
their respective terras, toe President the Senate violated the couaHttitlon( in ord'ir to the ; IW
conquer treble the amount. fly this time, tit least one I il Yriqrl\
having the right of succession to the Presidency. Southern States. They have Uolatcd the constitution : ship freighted with railroad iron h on the way in j l & [ .
The.powcrs and duties of the Vice President and la the coutluueTl exclusion of the representatives from Liverpool New Orlams, and others; ,,'mlI i iI z JI.A

the President of the Senate yro iti\, are precisely ot the Southern States from Congress. They I I I quickly follow. --. --
General is not much of
Beauregard 11 talking :
the same, except: : that the latter votes as a Senator are now resolved \iolatethe constitution by deposing I man, but he speaks in glowing terms of the kind-
I the President, throwing him Into prison, and I GLASSWARE.HAVE
and has the casting vote. I ness and hospitality which everywhere greeted' .
",'-' making one of tlielr own number Pl'tldcut..n", him among the :merchants and money kings I .
what next f of England and France.! Thus encouraged he re- --
t l1'DUITRY.-The Man anna Courier eajs"LIT: Wbatnext f'b)' what will then remain ot- our i turns to his own country determined to do all in I on liana, and are constantly receiving Tho LdrgOSt Stock of the above :jooda that has c'tebeen
TLETON.: CHAUiiusa, aged sixteen years, son of Constitutional Government ? The President is : his power to resuscitate the industrial interests of I those goods re1 At in prices tho Southern as market. Being Direct importiM-g and llauufacuircrcri' AccutsTxvq ore enabled to odor

JAMES II. CHAMBUM of thin county, cultivated about all that remulm\ of it now, null when he h fre | his native State, prostrated by the relentless hand|

15 acres in corn and live acres in cotton. lias noted, what will there be left t The constitution I II Iin of conscience war, aDd, the in tins fullest we can measure I bid: him of, success.with a clear lie I Low as They can be Bought in New York !

hundred and bushels of I no more regarded than an old Without a >
housed two seventy-two rag.
to Sew Oilcans iu the steamer of to-day.
., i goes I or any other Nortbc'n city, thereby saving the purchaser the oxtra:: expenses: of Freight. Insurance mid Breakage and
corn and picked for the Gin two and a half bales Coustitutionul Congress, without a Constitutional j Yesterday he took a drive out to Central Park, also the double profits of the Importer Jobber LieU cf Assorted Cratce, containing! only a.arable! Foods!will be
of cotton. With the usual appliances the crop President, without a Constitutional Government, I and it is: noted, as a curious incident, that while scntonapp cauon.
what better will wu be than Mexico has always been ho was dashing; along hi one direction, General
himself. Corn at and cotton
was made by $1,50 until the last four years We slinll begin to go Grant (who is a'so in town) was dashing along in QUEENSW HOUSE,
at 25c15. rather below than above the market another. It is superfluous to add that the cour-
the round of President after
through eame one another
price, his! corp would yield seven hundred seven being deposed, whenever the whim to do so tesies which gentlemen usually exchange under 109 Broughton Street, Second Boor West of Bull;

teen dollars and flfty cents. 9'hisboy has shownan seizes upon aR' mpCoagress. :But first there will these circumstances were scrupulously observed. SAVANNAH GEORGIA.
This is AS it should be.
oct 16-w 8m ,
industry and application worthy of all praise be a bloody civil war, raKing in oil tlc Northern I In grasping hands on this occcasion. these two

and our Farmer's Club by its first act after permanent States. The two millions of Democrat: who voted great soldiers felt that if they were enemies in

44-- organization should present him au appropriate for )!eCLlu..&" for President in 1804, will not submit war they could bo In peace friends.' No two living :
testimonial of the approbation of the to the urea e>:extinction of their liberties and the men have letter reason to rcspccf each other I UGGEESg

Club for his industry and zeal. This incident total: subversion of the government, without a despel'l.te and calls to ejpeik'ire in till its fulness what the poet :

demonstrates that Florida only needs laborers of struggle to maintain them. The result oi "Tlml stern Joy which warriors feel I
this: struggle will probably depend upon the attitude -j Iu foeuieu: worthy of their ttccl."
the right sort to dcvelope her resources and show
Ph
: asuumed bj the army and navy "Now why cannot the noisy blatherskites who Carriages tons
I
her lands equal to any upland in the flame ]latti-
But all these evil :111.1he,. avoided, if the! i'lCcl-\ I' are bent on keeping up the old feud between the

tude. .. dent will act boldly art drclslvcly, In the exercise of >two sections imitate the noble example thus set 9

-- -- those; POW'))'!! which the constitution confers upon them by these two great representative men of I ,
CONSERVATIVE GAINS is IXDIAKA.-The him, and which his oath requires him to use. Ho I the North and the Houth? If the men who did -

New York World says the Democratic gains in must first refuse to recognize the Rump, as an Illegal -I nil the hard hand-to-hand fighting: duriug the AND HARNESS.

Indiana are very heavy, as compared with 1804. body lie meat then convene the Constitution. : war can thus shake hands, and forgettingthe I
past meet upon terms of perfect equality, .
There U a larger vote polled, and the increase, al Congress of the United States. The radicals will i surely the fellows who staid at home to dodge ---

save ill ODe district (Colfax's), is wholly on the revolt at this. The) will not take their seats in a the draft and grow rich from'shoddy contracts I

Conservative side. Niblack( Democrat, in the Coiinitutional Congress. The sis: New England can have no reason to bold."

states will accede from a Constitutional Union. _. -fl.- CHARLES VAN HORN'
drst district, is returned by 2,200 majority- &; CO.
They will attempt to raise troops to fight; againstthe I
RAILROAD-The Peusncola Obrerver
again ; Kerr, Democrat,in the second district,has
Constitutional Government. There I
Very good the the twelve
cars are now running to
increased from 1,703 to 1,977; HVXTEB, Republican \ will be another "secession," aud another "rebel half mile post, that is if there is a post there. OUI'I No. 9 StocMard's Bane, Opposite Post Office

gets less than 500, when his Radical predecessor lion," only this time it will be secession ol six friend Palmes, the Conductor, has been half

had over 800 ; JULIAN, in the fifth district Northern States,and the "rebel will be the radical I mile farther, but he walked it. There Is iron I SAVANNAH

has his majority cut down from 7,145 to republicans. What nexl f enough on hand to lay one and half miles a A.

About COO. This is an enormous gain. In the There will be no war, no fighting The! Presidentwill The bark Chanticleer, that was expected more'l'
another has been out over ninety --
cargo
have !Usucd the necessary order to General
sixth district, Counts has only 2,200 against and t is no doubt lost
GIUNT and Admiral FAIUUOCT, and the army and
7,988 two;years since WASUBCRN, Republican will be In the The +..$ _. I p,
navy right place. consph'lIey111 I 1
in the seventh district i is reported to have made WOIMThUFF'S: :flfVRU, UUC; P iIe
Female book
be nipped In tUe bud. The lla ell* co.pua will be keepers are very popular in the \ ; } QL
a, small increase. ORTH, Republican, in the suspended In the New England States under "mili! large cities just now. They are careful correspondents I !s

eighth district, has! only 800 against 1,407 two and don't spend till" money playing \ GE T" tor the c"lehroted Woodrn'
tary necessity, and the 'I.lIdln,; traitors" will be Concord( Eug lce, which are too well known to need comment. Also, tot
since. There is 110 noticable change in the How billiards, drinking or driving fast horses.A the celebrated DIARES1' DGGGIES, first qulllJly, warranted M being equel to any; nUlUuacturod: Also all
years arrtbtcd. can there be any war f On tbe one II baud, nt all tlmes, JL\1C\ES'iI of nil qualitlee.Bcing .
other districts. We doubt if the Radicals will side will be the President, hi* Cabinet, the Constitutional ',-'-- by 1 NtaV'tORE from 11w factorea: or New York, and avoiding: minyof the ordlnary.barges nf shipment
Is : we can.eltat J'll1CJ.S I.r S.-\\.o\: AU. '
havobeveu t thousand majority in the Congressional Congress, the army and ijavy, and all the lawyer something of a carpenter. He oCl13-tt
can file a bill, split a hair, make an entry, get up
vote, against twenty thousand two years!! gallant soldiers, NoitUiuid South, who fought under a case, frame an indictment, empanel a jury, put

since. Well done, Democracy of Indiana LEE, JoiissTos, BEAUIIEOAIID, GUAM and them In a box, nail a witness, and hammer a :IJ
SIIERMAK ; on the other sIde will be ScacxcK, I judge.A W S T
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I B.xsaud the Beast, and the bummers and camp. "
THE DATE OF TIDE: NEGRO EQCALITY PERIOD' followers of the army. Such a "rebellion" will great many anecdotes arc related of personal -

',..The Cincinnati Enquirer, of last Saturday, soon be put down. bravery. We would like to see that man who .WHOLESALE:

says : The date of the negro equality period, in DALLAS. would deliberately ullow a woman to catch him GROCER
--- .4.a. a.-- making mouths at her baby.
the Northern States, may be fixed at October 0, Correction.We .
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1860. In Ohio the negroes were allowed to rote, C' '" -.A.N'D -
publish with pleasure, says the Savannah PArnoNn.-Thle negro, David Jone, that
without distinction of color at all
.
pollsoutsideof .
New and Herald, the following communicationfrom was convicted at the Inst term of the Circuit

a few counties-where Radical Judges offlcia- a gentleman of the highest respectability, Court of this County, for committing i rape upon CO-IArIRSI01 l MERCHANT]
ted. It was the same III Indiana and Pennsylvania ] negro girl,has been pardoned by the Governor.
S correcting a paragraph which appeared in our -R aeaeolts Observer. ,

paper a few days since in regard to certain difficulties .
One correspondent) rites us: I -- --- HiD Congress Street, City Wall Building
] about titles to property] in Fernandiua.-f i iI S. S. MILLER ,

XENIA,Oct 9, I860.-Every negro voted to-day I We beg leave to assure our correspondent that octis-twim .

that offered his ballot. I the statement was given by us precisely: as com DJA.Un INW4.leNIIT SAVANNAH, CEORCIA.
CEDAKTILLE OIIEEKE:COUNTY,O.-Forty-tl ve II'Mahogony I
municated by our Informant, T.. ho had doubtless I I : : -
blacks H. A. PALMER.
rutl-blown voted at this precinct today J. U. DEP-PISII.
The judges' took their votes, declaring that under been misinformed himself as to the true character I nr JOHN L, VILLALONGA,
PALMER
the Civil Rights Dill they were as well enti- of the difficulty: : & Pine Furniture 40COTTON : & DEPPISH,

tled tu vote as whites.RICHMOND FEicfAXDiNA, FLA., Oct. 13, 1800.ALn. FACTOR ,
Oct I: FRENc'R: AND COTTAGE C1IAMDEB !SETTSLQQKtNG : i _
: ISD., D, 18UO.) -The Judges Eorrou:-I clip the following paragraphfrom ASD WHOLESALE UEALEHS ix
here, allow full-blooded negroes to vow, the -.LNDI --
game as whites, and justify themselves under the the New: and Herald of last Saturday: I

Civil Rights Bill. APPBEITESBED DrmcrLTY AT FERXASDISA.We I [ QLASShs Forwarding and Commission! HARDWARECuflej'
learn from reliable that serious
a source a
'rTRDSSEa l tA-DB TO
The Enquircr'adds "We have doubt that ORDER
; no difficulty was apprehended at Fernandlna on I

throughout Ohio and Indiana, where Were were I Wednesday last In consequence of a threatened MERCHANT, ;

"Radl Judges\ election,withrnl'e exceptions, : attempt by the bhcriff; to ,eject several pcrspnsl,I!, Xo. 147 Broughton Street, 3VTo. O-O. :EJn.y 3tl-oet: j, Eile; J;(! 1etl ;r'ool3 J '
from houses which they had purchased the .
GA.eept .
.negroes! of all colors were allowed to vote. SAVANNAH,
!
Government about three year ago-the right ol SAVANNAH GEOKGIA.
--. -.4._._- redemption having'expired, The owners contended 29wetsAdministrator's .___ AGRIOULTU'L' IMPLEMENTSPOWDEH : '

A DIa BUBISESS.-At the annual meeting of that their property was exclusively] their 13-swam' --' ----- -_ I
Sale '
the New York Clearing House on Tuesday It own, not recognizing the authority of the Sheriff j 'F. F HITCHEL & CO. SHOT, CAPS AND LEAD. ,"
was stated that its transactions last year amountto lu the matter, and threatened resistance by forceof TN pursuance of an order from the lion, E. L. T. lllakeX ,
$29,793 282,020 41, or nearly thirty thousand arms to anv effort on the part of the Sheriff to Judge c of Probate for the county of Leon, State ot Florl' Cotton Factors and Commission I I 148 Congress and 67 St. Julian Utreet,
The \\ereordered hold da I will soil at pnlillc action, at the court houso i'l Tal. Merchants :
dollars. This $17,024,024,723 military to ,
million was greater themselves lahaeicc. co the first :Monday In November next, to tbe
than the yearly average since it was establish in readiness to prevent any breach ofhe highest bidder, the eoath-eost quarter of tlio northwest 75 FOyDJlAS STEEET, NEW ORLEANS.MITCHEL.l'ARLEY 1 SAVANN.AHGA.
ed. The transactions for the whole thirteen peace. We shall probably ]learn further In a Quarter of section!,la tow ship 1, north or range: 1,west) oct l3-at,3uSITE
few the eouth-weet quarter of the south-wett quarter, the northeast & CO.
of existence foot 1103,070,314,871,83 days.
its ,
years up quarter ot the south-west quarter, and tbe north-west
or one hundred and tiAy-eigbt thousand million! Such a foul misrepresentation calh for correction Quarter of the louth-eatt quarter of section 13:,111 ton-nbhli Commission and Forwarding r Merchants i SEliI iTkRy.THE
dollars. It is a volume of business sixty times und 1 must ask your permission to do so.- of range t, Well; containing about one hundredand :, .
greater than the entire national debt. All this The whole statement Is incorrect, except that sixty (,lNb acres Aiwlet tio. IT, In the orldnal! plan APALACmCOLA, FLA. -
of tbe city and lot No. 4, la the north-west addition of this
immense business has been done through the ordinary here was a difficulty apprehended but the disturbance city of TalUba&see belongtci to tae atato' of Jo:\ eplfVJ!. I FEMALE DEPARTMENT
machinery of the Clearing House was expected to have been !node by llama, lute of said county doctaud. To be Kdd tor half C. J, MUNNERLYNS '(TILL be re.opened I1D the Path of Octo". uad""r the
of's. lawless rosistingtbe Sheriff the cash the otbir half aif month credit I .lo.'I. Char aof the Ru\l'lUnLE8 IIEIr3I0REandMr.E .
the association
the error or tie loss to single persons execution feOLOMON OWESfl.cl BAINfiRIDOE, QA. ]I : E. KL with!
\lolhrr oflug. 'lawful authority.l"/ Yonr statement of > wtfi. ldm''dsbunApail VStalSJeoWitllsuaj I 'il"' "ri"rM. SU ra.uipI.lM'' Mill-wu: > 'I ri..1 J1sllkulllrl fVIP.J'E'n.. t wv k competent a& liUnt F. EPl'E6*. FnrtbcioN ,

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Loos OCT.-Each subscriber who hMl\Ol..id, for Utel'.ITCRLM 'I'U TOEE 'S80CJA.T YNRSe. I .------- ......-..- ,, -- - -
hla paper, will\ Boon find a X mark oppjcjitoliUnnmi l ;; I ,., ,
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on the margin to Indicate! this fuel. EXrnCTKD: UESKtXA'UON( Of ;ECn CT ;lY DULlln : ,

If you fonld make the Sentinel near u cheerful STANTON I I EVERY VARIETY'S.' 3 ; I OFFEUSnperioriliflnccinciits.
face, and save yourself "compunctions ttelUnRg oconscience" WAsutNUToN, Oct. ir.-Thoio sums to bo no ;
doubt I hat Stanton:! \\ilUoou retire ]Jrom tho War I ,
becd the silent request of that ominous Department: and that Lieutenant General Shennan I I\t *

X maik.We ] will succeed him, for a time nt kant, as Acting Sec- HOUSEHOLD ANDOFFICE = wa tKr "' >5 i TO BUYERSPARLOR.
shall be very sorry to drip a single uninc from rotary of\\ar. I 1 I
Omaha official returns from tho Territory now ,
BubstrlriUon. llstt but we nro In earnest inetrl
our :
nearly complete, show a Kcuublli-an' IUl\lorlty'be !
kin;; off tho naraa of every one who lain arrears: cftc tween six and bcvcn hundred Legislature; over ,

Ih'frat day DecMibcr next Come, ijentlumeu, thirty Republican majoilty.SUSPENSION ,, DIMXG-HOOM I ;
square ycur ncconnta before thn tiny and nave: us the CHAIRS
OF :MILITARY QUARANTINE.WAanINGTON '
AM>
fair nnmo from our books.!
pnln of blotting your
Oct. 18.-ThcScerl\tnryof War, ou
-- .-. tho recommendation ol the SnreonllcllerllJ, ) withdraws MATTEASSES, i ;,BEDEOOM SETS, ,
DEATH or Mit. L B. BTAY CR.-\ telegram iccclvtd on the Brat of November next the military\
quarantine established in Virginia, North aud South 1J 1'r .P IN ALL TilE
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!here announces thu denth ot Mr. L. R. STAY Carolina w ,::
Georgia, Florida, Alabama[ Ml&slislppl, saqSj asi p Vj
sn, of!this city, it Lake City on Mondu the 2'M nt Louisiana and 1'cxns.GEN' Ac: Jlc Ac 1 NEWEST SfYlES( M1

7 A. M ,, .
... _.--. SHERMAN: SUSTAINS THE PRESIDENT'S --- -- -'- -- -

A II. BERN btnti nil hU energies to the BueccHsfu POLICY. WAllEROOMS '
duties ot Factor WASJUINUTON, Oct. 18.-A letter has been received :
of
the
and satisfactory dIscharge In this city 1'1'011Llcut.. Gcu. Sherman discussing
and Commission Merchant, nt N'o. 213, Boy Street, the political situationt luiphatlcally approvingof

BaTannah! Gu. Send ;jour consignments to TI.hnI1ntl the President's: policy of restoration. <>. :i.78 BrC>"L"I.g-h 1CJjJl; S-tree-t,

you 'I\'l\lllot\ repret; the ad'lcfJ'a. gho your GEN. TUmfAS' HEADQUARTERS I

1'_'. LOUISVILLE, Oct. 17.-Maj. Gen. Thomas, com I. !s .A.V.A. N" N' 1: : csus o 3Ft d- :T .A. .
MESSRS. IT. MEIXIURD BRO., 72 St. Julian, and the Department of the Southwest, cmbiac
Savannah in (he market for log Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and.
street are
,
103 Bryan oct 10-Ora St. .Andrew's Hal]
Missouri, will establish hU headquarters) here on. Nearly Opposite ::;
the Florida trade with their One stock of Clothing, tile 1st of November --------

Biols, Huts, &c. When yon go to Savannah I E:; U. Jlirrnv. Piunnnnli : W n err..... to. T... '.... ._.-. .'_MM." I
all will do, now that tho road Is completed aAM'L BELL LEO W. wnir. IIBMIV imiiBTrv-.
(which we H1ANTDELL.n WM. R PETTES & CO.
of (HILTON & i .
: ) be euro to call and make the acquaintance

they the Messrs.can sell ;you MEIMURD, and leain what bargains TilE CITY ROTEb BELL, FYLLY & CHRISTIAN, I II \V HOLi:9ALEGB.OGBB.S: Bauk rs & lloalors hlBxdlliio.


--_'<3i'_ _'- OPPOSITE TUE CAPITOl"TALLAHASSEE I TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

The members of the Sewing Socletv for the "Me AUCTION, I \\71LL receive Deposits' buy mind soli)Exthnnge. Coin
medal Association" for Tallahassee, are earnestly FLORIDA 11 ttock.lJond.., nnd other :Securities.: Will fnilectPapers .
AND DEALERS!: IN .
solicited to meet at the Capitol( on Friday( afternoon, I IMEJ10HANTS I pnjablo In the !IemthWCAtern in Tallnhaeeee Hail and viclulty.Olllcc Bead Bank Building,

,, peelally October desired 20th, at, as 4 o'clock.the organization A(full attendance of the Society is os 1 Is: BY Proprietor J. L.thisHotel McGUFFlN.rMIE Informs the pnbllcBi-ncrnll. G ner ral l Fa c t o r s & oisslo i n I 103 BAY Wines STREET, Liquors, NEAR, BABNAHD tki ..\_oct LBElt1'VII.COX.W-8m__: _. __ __n. __ 'J1IU8.____II..___i'ALMEK._ ._____._.


Incomplete and one of the objects of the meeting Is JL and travelers particular that he still lives and holds SAVANNAH GEORGIA, I
to remedy that dofcct. The fine for non-ottendanci forth at the above I>Iace S1 of old, To his filcuds and ac- A WILCOX & CO.
it I is tho Society will qniintanccs it in nccdknn to lay anything; ; but to all :::;, Orders by mail accompanied with icmlttance, promptly' :

having become been more rcmltted popular., hoped friends hccontmnpe acqtiaiiitnucos to furnish tho and beit strangers accommodations) bo would and eay that far filled at tin lowest. market_ prlc:<:.__._ __ oct.13-8m_.! _. FACTORS,

the city allot ds. Mcnla will bo furnished at any hour to BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, QA. I
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m. s. COHEN
suit the traveler. There Is a ,

L. J. GCILMAHTIV & Co.uot hn'tnn be oerlookcd.ndTcrtie'-mcnl' PINE BAR, ROOM (former)} of iho firm of Cohens & hertz, of this cltj> : IIIHi IEIlCIli\NTS\i

in our columns which must PERSONAL: attention gh'cn.\O the enloof Cotton and
From ft personal acquaintance with tho buslncsf attached to the Hotel where the best Liquors ci-n be fonml L forwarding of Mcrthnndlzo Commissisn Merchant & Factor, I -\ND----
Tho motto of this Hotel] Is, as it has always been "Wibtrivctopkaso.
feel cafe in
nullifications! of Mr. Gmt/Minnx we roc ." Juno 81-ly 110 BAY STREET, I
I
FORWARDERS.
of cotton tm! Consignments Solicited.
ommondins this firm to all shippers SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.

bar, lumber, wood, hide, &c., upon consignmentsof BAY STREET,
MEDICAL COLLEGE oct\$:<- \\8m ,
will maXe liberal advances. It only ADVANCRS MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS -- --- --- -- -- --- ---- '
which they : :INTERNA.L F3.4.TT.4s_ .0.:1:1: :, G4 A .

requires one clay, now, to get any of these :articles OF THE Rear to Edw.I'udelfuid. OcUMt Cohcn,A.S.llartrtd ,
through to Savannah, where they will find n rcnrljroarko't To us, or our friends In REVENUE STAxMPSFOH i HciiryBrlifhiim. oct lB-B 6mLATHROP

or be shipped, in four days, to New York. State of South Carolina. SALE AT
____.o.--- Liverpool), Boston, New York I & CO.
:" ANNUAL COURSE: OF! LECTURES IN HIS IN The National Savings Bank
In Domestic Dry Goods, lit T I
J GAttDxrn, Dealer sriTUTIONwill commence on tho diet Monday oovcrabernext
147 Brotihton;; street, Savannah, has an cstab \March ensuing., and terminate the first Saturday of I'UILDELPIIIA AXD BALTIMORE In the Old 1 I'nlon Bank Building. I UOJ.ESALE! DEALERS! JXReadyMade

llshment that Florida and Sonth-AVcBtcrn Georglt! !! FACULTY Refer to the Merchtmts of this tlt\._____oct 13-3m_ oi t Ib-wlm* -- .- _._- .--
merchants ouht?; to visit before going,: ;North to purchase J. EDWARDS IIOLBROOK, ;M. D.. Piofo-tor Bwcrltus of and I Ir AflJi\ ,
aided Mr. G-vnosER's prices areas Of An:Unmy. People Quincy Bainbridge r
Freights <: FRANCIS T. MILE'' AID Frole'sor\natumv WEED & GORIHVELL I
low as New York ; and there U no moro worthy JULIAN J. CIU&OLM, M D, Professor of Surgery. "I\JILL have an opportunity for the next three weeks to
Profcssoroflnatitutes Prac- 11 supply ) line l'hotogrnph or Am- i
South. His bust F. uiCUDTXbS, MD, and Clothing
In the
or responsible gentleman tlco of Medicine.JAMCb brotypo as can be produced anj IITC. ,
ness U conducted with a system! and precision Indicative MOCLTHRIE. M D, Professor of Physiology. My Gallery for three week] ", nlll lw open InQulucj, I
St.
Nos 159 and 161 Broughton 'Bttckhsrt'B, next door "to \\ illiim Munro
ROBERT A KITLOCII, M D, Professor! of MaterlfM over BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS
[ of the character[ of this high-toned gentlemanand ; 'lica and Therapeutics. octl8-fll .__WM KCIIXS I ,
m
rellab1merehnnt.! THOMAS G. I'HIOLEAU, M D, Protocol of Oljstet
._ rice and Diseases of Women and Chlldreu. SAVANNAH, GA DN.EI fAiU'Mtf; OIL cionis, LACE CCRTAIXS, SHADES: ,
'" '0- C. U. bHZPAHD. :MU, LL D, Professor ol Chemistry J. Gj\1 )
CASE & HARRIS are both good names-names with SAMUEL LOGAN, JI D, Assistant Demonstrator Qf WHOLESALE:: JUEVtLHS Ilir FOLLOWING JOOWS : 131) and 111 COIIKI-CS Street,
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which we are all familiar. But the CASE & HARRIS Anatomy r:. GEDDKQ3,31 D, Dean pro tern i D .\LEItIDOlucstic N SAVANNAH: CiA,
vho advertise -n'Ith us may be found at 102 Bay St. Tin Plate, Manufactured Tin, i oct li-.I\'om ... .
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Savannah, Forwarding and Commission Merchants EXTRAORDINARY OR SUPPLEMENTARY PROFESSORS. Anvils ] Bellows Dry J Goods ; ---
\\Tiel. Smith :; !
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ant dealers In bacon, flour, oils, &0. I F. L. PARKER U D. Anatomy: SAMUEL LOGAN, L. L. DEM I ILLY
M D P. OlUViy, 1tO1t1NSON; M D, Inslitntceandtratic1 !. ,
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The Commission Merchants in Savannah, this i MLMIetnB ; E'"lJE' 1KLSCJO1T. Bar, Hoop, Band and Sheet, Iron, !
winter will be, tho busiest class of tho populationthere I M :D, Materla Medics: F. St. KuHIXbON. M D, Obstetrlca I IIHSSS! (IOQDS, '
B11d and
I Oval, Ha]t:Oval, llilf Runlet Iron I IYhite Foundry$ RBDair Shop
and for Messrs. CASE &:; HARRIS we bespeak The Extraoidluary: I'rofoesort Lecturo each twice a \ (Gotnl4 ElIlhroitlerie Lace: : ,
M much pitronge ai they are entitled to-which week.Conrso.Conrse fiec They will also :give the Summer :tact(" :and Log Chains, I TALLAHASSEE. FLA

will be all they can attend to. Clinical Instruction at the City Hospital, by }'. PETItE Axle Rillltul'iotitnrh; Ilosier3'i ,

....a.. rOUCHEK.MDCllucnl Springs ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Instruction at the Policlinic, connected with the (Ueutlenlt'rl'i > Hats
Thu Florida Branch Railroad, connecting the Savannah C'ulloop, on every cdnosrtiiy and Saturday, from 0 to 11o'clocic. 1 Cub bs, Him, Spolces, oi all "nll1'UI' up and icp.tiroil
This important charity is now in uucceaifu! operation "
Albany: and Georgia Railroad at Live Oak Bodies Straw; Goods,, 1.aSS Cas1in.ga; :
went into operation! yesterday the 22d.: Arrangements Chief Medical Clinic. Professor Eo GEDDIX&S, MD: Buggy I I
AucWauti", P. JEUVAM IlOBI>* with roads in connection
been made these Silvered Bawls
: have Caninge
TRESCOTT, M D.ChlefofSurglcnlCUnlC ,
} with the Florida Railroad to Cedar Keys, Insuring JULUN J. CIUSGLM M Destetanta ; A Well-Selected i Stock of Millinery Goods Wrought-Iron Piping Supplied,
direct and spady communication between Savannah [ .\ SAJ1CEL:: LOGAN, M D, F. L. PARKER, Black Enameled Leather, ,
)M I D. : IRON CASTINGS
and all stations on these roads, includingthe I FEES ron IIIE COl'RBJI.--.For the Piofesnorfi, $103: j Patent Dash Leather AND LADIES' FANCY GOODS.
I /lioiu ;jtu 15 pounds in weight luruisliud
Graduation
: Matriculation, once $5; Demonstrator $10;
Savannah and
tickets between
sale of through 117 Bi'OtlglilOll Street near Barnard
:$!\.SO. [ncpt gj-wfiw. I
Quincy Tallahassee! Monticello, Madison, Lake B. Enara. Muslin, Drill and Duck, SAVANNAH: GA. Terms Cash on Delivery of Work

City, Jacksonville and between these points and N13TYON.1Za Cut Nails :and Spikes Strop on the south side of the street lending out to the

Tbomasvlllc, Qultraan and[ Valdosta.! On and after oct 1'3-u:im College __ ___ -',_

the SOd the trains will leave Tallahassee at 2 A. M. and Fit 1 ) 1SiIVINUS Pocket and Table Cutlery, L. J, GUILMAHTIV.! JOHN TLAXNERT. E.W.DHUMMOND. I Long Pond Mill.. -

arrive at Savannah at C.10: P. M., and Jacksonville I Lucks Hinges Age, L J, GUILMARTIN & CO
12 at night. Leave Savannah 7 A. M., and Jacksonville AND I

1 A. M., and arrive at Tallahassee 11 P. M. Tr\UEJ.t' OOD1pnny.: Files of all kinds, COTTON FACTORS rpHE i friends undersigned amid the public takes thin generally method that uriutoimiui hol b now/;pre life
11>oU pared to fui'iiUh Lumber of the best
_. quality lit short notice
----- BY CONGRESS.Approved
CHARTERED Bar Lead and Shot, and on ai reasonable terms n* any mill In the Mate
L C. TE3E\U W. S. PuTLLIPS.!: March 3d, 16G5..f. SHIPPING AND COMI ISSIONMIRCTZiANT M\: Mill It! located 13 mlle due east of Tallahassee and
Axes a: miles north of 'Intlon >o. a, J'en. (ml.OH.. K.

TEBEAU & PHILLIPS !. T. HEWITT, President. | D. L LAMBERT, 8efy. .-oct- --1-1-ni ---- --- -- F. M.\ BlMvFH. '
And a complete asaoittuent of Hardware : : 1
Principal Offlce-87 Cedar Street, New York (American ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Exchange Bank Building) WEED & OOBNWELL.oc 148 Bay St., West of tho Exchange, FALL AND WINTER GOODS

SAVAX.VAU, OA \T/ TIIEFASHIONABLE
in Tallahassee
SHOE I Branch :113-B\\3mNOW_
BDDTS -- -- ---
I IN THE UNION BANK BUILDING. blGXMENTb Rolltitod, upon which liberal ud :MILLINERYAND
> IS THE TIME (I vanccsnill ho mudo Particular attention given to
Trunks[ aud Valises, of Ono Dollar and upwards receded. Tho the enle of Cotton and Merchandize nnd to tilling orders '
Hats DEPOSITS in this Savings Bank will bu kept fur Timber, LnntherVool, hides, &c. oct lh-wdm(; Dross
SortU-East CORNER BVLL AND BBOUGHTON :fetreuts: safely on lutereet, and will bu paid back to tho dopoeltor, TO SECL'illA.E1.GA.tNS> .II 1IakBr's EstahIislllllBllt s bUF'
mid tutoiest, when called for. I
principal BRYAN HARTRIDGE & CO.
Interest allowed on all bnms of dye dollars and upwards rB ::: : ,
SAVANNAHGEORGIA. which hull have been on deposit for six mouths
previous to iho first day of January and July in each AT THE Commission Merchants :\ C!. A. LAMB,

WE Florida invite Merchant tho attention aud of year hen.ln accordance with the Charter, a division lu New Clothing Emporium I OPPOSITE: A. HOPKINS' STORE:
--. undo of the surplus each depositor will receive his nlmro AM! -
Planters to our rTJ of the surplus in additioa to thu regular Interest. Al KS. LAMB rekjiccthillv Infoims the ladles ut TaUa
:Xca The Bank has thus fur been abtu to pay live per cent. ONE DOOR NORTH; OF WM. P SLUSSER'S. BROKEESNO. New !York city \iclnily that oho has just
.A. Interest, I a Koiioial absortraent of gtoodsin her
ADWe1.Assorted All lu'eslmentsnudo In United States foccumtiea. JACOB BURKHIM : line of limlness, composing the latest styles of
All the profits belong\ to the depositors others arc. 1.O3 HAY 'n.Ew'r.: I
Stock interested to. t Puller i Dress Trimmings Hats Bonnets] &c
3VX o r o o :aa. ; : Flowers
all tho Southern
Branches have been established In nearly SAVANNAH, (!IA.ONSIUNMENTb ,
ask them to cities, from Baltimore to New Orleans. AND DEALER Ej I And would icepectfully SJhL i\fr.lV.hu; Jl.y.cc'! (
Iir A D STn""L.C'bnh'mnTl of Advisory Com- ana Produce uolicit.tt.
of Cotton
; "J. kinds 60fk
mltt Examine oar Stock before BUM Elsewhere, FRANK W. WEBSTER, Acting Cashier READY-MADE CLOTHING \J Capt.Planters'J. T. hupplle BERNARD furnished will act at M best our rates agent In Talla- i to fit. _._. __ _____....... oct S-tf

As we are determined to soil at the APPROVAL OF TUB PRESIDENT. FOR MEN' YOUTHS AND BOYS, I basaue oct lil-8m and: forward Cottin _if dublrcd. : NOTICE.

'O'"t7VE T ::1R.r..TEDAnd ]acts I cordially of the "approve rcedman's of the Savings laudable and and Trust benevolent Company oh-," Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, I:C. M CASE.: . .. .... .. ..... ... .. H. N. lUnniH. I I Is Billon hereby of given; the General that application'Aniiomlilv! w hi, for be an mudo amendment,ut tho next or:
bartered at tho last session of Congress: and In Its active : nllcrtitlon of the Charter! of the 1'tnParola mind Georgia
on the opura'lone, I commend it to tile Secretaries of War, Navy HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, ic CASE & HARRIS I Rail HOlld Company, to authorize said Company tonlopdi-e
and Treasury for such facilities m reaching the Freedman ofF I:1 of the Branch lioad, from Llvu Oak to the Geor-'la Line.undthcFrtinPhisoiurohpccttheicto. .
hand,
MOST REASONABLE TERMS. md for tho sate keeping and transmission of funds as Iho Also, constantly ou variety FORWARDING & COMHISS'N MERCHANTS I and for other purposes -
and will be consistent with thin
need as
Company may K. UUUbTOfS.
PUbS service. R E N a 1I BUaADCLOTKBilk :: AND VKAI:: .BRS!: IN Part Yin. Jc Ua. It. R.
wept 9-lwtf ]n ed) ANDREW JOHNSON. Aug.i-Ulu.
Washington D. C. May flth, 18G3. Mixed and Fancy Cassimeros, Bacon, Flour, Oils, &c. &c.

'I Jones' Block 10J: Day Street I BLACK SMllTitNG
New Millinery Goods. APPROVAL OF TUE GOVERNOR MARSEILLES, mULLS, Upper
EXECUTIVE: DBPAHTSIEHT I l SAVANNAH, GA.
August 20th, 1806. f fI And General Assortment ot the Finest I TIC KlucUeulthlns biibluuM iu all uf its
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oct16.3111. branches, Mill bu '
with President Johnson in approval of tho objects I I
concur heretofore at thu old utnnd of IiUIIl.I'lntou.3I
MISS E. J, STEPHENSON eeo Branches of the above established named Institution in Floridu.Blgnod ., and would be glad to I. VESTINGS I P H. BEHN :; by deuce the or undershne IJE nY PICKS. under the .

RESPECTFULLY: informs sho IB receiving the a largo and TallabttMee l well-in- ( ) D. 8. WALKER.Gov. oU'IIi.. LINEN GOODS Factor & Commission Merchant, I Tallolllallseo,Au!:. 23-tf.: _ELIZ.\DETU O. FITTS. I

le ted Etock of 1 &c:1; : ;. Ac. &e. S13 MAYSAVANXAH ---------- ,
NO. 13'1'RF.T.
:
Fall and Winter Millinery Goods HEAD APPROVAL QUARTERS OF U.TilE S. FOHCES GENERAL FLORIDA, i i I may aa-Cm_- OA.&f I Wakulla Sheriff's' Sales

of the latest/ styles, consisting In part of Bonnets.IistsPtbbons IhridalVraatha I re.gird the objects Tallahassee sought to be Fla attained, Aug. SO by,the ISCfi.National f i H. G. RUWE' Itefcrs to Uon. J. E. ]Iirouiiu-, New York. II 1 BY of virtue tho Circuit of c\ecnllunl'.IICll Court or Wakulla| hum the Clerk's aud to oolcc ni\
county
Jut oct 16-wStn
Ornaments laudable andmportant
Feathers
Flowers, as
Laces Freadmen's and Trust Company
\ &c. which she offers to her customors aud the and Saving the establishment of a Branch in Tallahas- Conner Bryan and !!ot.Julian Stn,and Monument Square, ----- I directed! wherein Alftod It. Hauoy'i Executor, Iii plalulltt:
'I and orcur M. Button U dulvnduut, !hnvo 1IL' and
.. public generallyON see, in the same way as branches are eetablluhed f in other SVANNAH, CEORQIA.WUOLEBAIE : I will oflcr for sale, before the Court douse door upon at Craw.
REASONABLE TERMS. Southern cities as calculated to promote economy, among : VEAiril IN H MEINHARD & BRO: foidillo, on the nr..t Monday in iJewuihc-r nest, within
black and .
lit classes of depositor, white us well as us I lien u-nut hone(if .ilc, Ib.' lollon lug! property. toil! \
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Order beiug very desirable. (Signed) MajorGen'CCont'd'g. I Liquors, Ales, Wines and Segars, I section :at: town-hip 4, IIIIIB'U 2. ioulh amid *Ml, fcli I f
from a distance promptly attcndod to. oct 11lmJOXXN oct tf DKALEKS IN hundred andt'erytsaactca) and Iho notitli-wcst qanrlu.
------ --'\";0COllltISSION section ti mid ."IIIII.n-, t qnarlur of srottou 30 and the
s. JI3.A.N'HS: l\IIiJUO.I.r.\.N'.I.. CLOTHING BOOTS north half of s P B. BKOKAW'S Also, Agent for lllningor'K> celebrated Wines and LIquore. ,, uabt.1 hundred and fotli ii>IOi arrcs; anil the southwest .
OF FLORIDA, quarter of htsciluu a), io\t'uuhlp J, range 1, south and
WITH Stable oct 18-ly _ east, one hundred mid Mxty UMI)al'''''''. Containing In all
Livery and Sale i I HATS: ETC"2 I 1..0 aarea, Hpon w hlrh thure ar) Vlllu.ble IInpro\'emcIII.
[1.1 f.H.n UJ t m &1 U iHB ----r'i10TICE. Al.o flll" (IU/ hoaj ol oatto| b'Q (i)mnleaone(1)mare
and (colt two (41 I \\agoua, tjxlwu (Mi litficl of bogs,aad
TALLAHASSEE, FLA after dote the tuder-ignad will apply to the 72 St Julian and 105 Bryau Streets three Uiinilrea uul fifty' (HfiOi bushel. .f oonj. l
Boots and Shoes SIXckti of probate of Leon County for Let. sold o\led on a>r Ibo prop..rt 'etur"" r M. Suilon, and to bo ,1(,
"\ 0 0 N S BueGlei, Car- tore of Admluiatruttoa on (hit Rulato of Vt J. u. Invlor. to satisfy Mid vswiukui uuil COM..1IU4 the*Ith day of ,
No. It (irliiiH SUsol, Nsw York. > rlaG'eunIaru".811lw.ys_ late of said county d..c...i dn 6A.YANXAII, GA tlt'ptcmb.Wltt)6) A. hALL ,,7J
&n band and for Ml.. Uwtfw' J. 4l, YDUOy 1).ON. fit le-w&tl saps n.1I'ha 'bPI'lf WiktilU 'QI111J., I
j jriy tt2w.i net 2-tf -" I .J

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October 23< 180O. ,
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THREE P. ATENTS IN ARMS: I
-- "TE ar, linn receivliiff a fine aOrtm.llt! of Cloths, Cas 1 .
Ar CLL"nEn-A HOME TiuirsT.--A letter I eimcro, Vcatinijs,Linen Goods Clothing and farnlehlug -*-
written two monthago by OooiU, consist nz In pirt, of the followln-: ,.., j ice- Oilcans, 1.:1.0.: i? CaromloH ',.lti.ct
which was some Fine muck, Bine and Drown Broadcloths; OFi'iri 1 : ( Augusta: Un, next door to the PostOfV"pnUGLAS .
Hml. LnWltDTE8 has just found! Its way into Black Docckln. FaifySprlnsr Cnsui meres; -
Bine Flannels,lihrk nrap'd Etc; WHDL SA1 A JD RETAIL STORE BLY, 3T.\ I D.,
prirti The letter Is predicated upon a question Black ojid Colored Iwlltm Clothe; :burgeon and AnatomietjST" .
r aa to whether Mr LISCOLJ did, or did\{ not re I Whltcrt'olored rout Fancy Linen I>'nch ; i
White, Colored and Fancy Linen DnHicci ; | \ddrcsn Dr. T-l> nt nuircet. Office. jnlyjl-flin
quire the written opinion of hU Cabinet in an Black and Brown Silk Mixed Coatings: j ,
"1. Is the Fancy and White Marseilles; \ 'VIII1 1-i'1.OH.I1)\
ewer to the f following interrogatories I BlackSllk 1'ctvctendsilk Vutlng1l I .
said constitutional? 2. I* it cxpolicutf"--! White, Brown and Buff Linen Shirts: I j :
act
Linen and Paper Collar", Li.le TUrca j ; EX Cr-J.t.j\'I: ; : .G1E
of for the admission Jottonimd Merino Half Hose :
referring to the net Congress ;
: Tina Cotton nod Clanze Merino t'\Hh1r.Llrt-; .. T.A.L7 .r : A.33cE: :FL.l ... : OS THE CORNER OF 7IOXHOR STREET.
the Union.Mr.
State into
of West Virginia as n Fine Linen, Fino Jnnns ; OPPOSITE 1EE CAHIOI,
member of the Cabinet I Cotton Flannel and MtrlnoUntlerehirtnj; ,, .,, "
; DUES wag then a ;1' : <" (
Lisle Berlin and Kid .
Thread Gloves
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SaBpcndfi f'a'hmcro cr"hirts; '""" with tho .
He says he has the only copy of those documents i ncry a-s
FINESTLIQUORS '
.private hands, though the originals are in the ii i AL e.t ns'B LOT or >r'J .... Cr .i".cJ: I "'. -::1.t.fr"r -

proper depositories i iu Washington t LIEN: YOfTII's AND EOYb'SPRINGANDSUMMER, that can he ,
found. .
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In IlI'ltl'r. too length for our columns 1. "I. t!.
concluding I : : ... .- l aR T ICE will bo Kept on band every day during bo summer,
31r. BATES pays ." and every refreshment provided lint can be found In anv.
similar eet'tblishmeutin the South.
"WCail COnslUCIUUUll Uliuuuiiiu ui """"c-iuu u j ,. .
U.LU'L'.tf.L..LVG. In onrIiEABlKGKOOiI wm i c found a stlcct li-t
mere nullity in law and politics, and rebellion a I late No'ivppnpurB, from every part of theccuutty, rcllh Qf
personal crime, punishable by law. It never was I mch 87tfWOOD .
TISoutQE
-- -- AND COMFORTABLE OtLLT:
Sir. Lincoln's RD
the doctrine the Republican party in -- 6ALOOX -
t lifetime, and, I believe, i is not now, that n ;, up emirs, will! p"ove; ploisj'i'] ',plaiu ol 'e-iort to
& MANN STEAM ENGINE Sort .
t GO'S Stock of Goods of Every those who iDdiilgoJn: the K:<:mniay
State can get out of the Union by secession and OFSL a3RATID' a-tf_w..KO\\LIN
rebellion. That is a late invention of a few enterprising -
extreme Radicals, who have labored t
Portable Steam BARNETT & CO.
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in vain to fasten it upon the Republicans as one Engines I i ,
ot their tenets. President Lincoln and both I COTTON FACTORS,
Houses of Congress, by their repeated, solemn
acts, are }pledged to the contrary They passed I.' i EVER BROVGIT '1'0 'flliS IAIIIiET! Grocers and General Commission
the West Virginia hill, which, according to the'
plain, provisions of the Constitution, could not I )!(ERCI-I I'TT: s;:,

have been passed unless Virginia were State in .. .
COLUMBUS GA. & APALACIUCOLA
FLA.
the Union, with Legislature capable of consenting

to the dismemberment. The President, with : I!I WHICH WE OFFER MERCHANTS PLANTERS AND OTHERS TJEOMPT tlvcn to nU! and
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the advice and consentof the Senate, did nil he mints of Cotton to New Yoik,New Orleans and Liverpool
could to extend judiciary system of the United. Liberal ndiances made: on consicnmcntfl
States into :States which had passed ordinances of : -0--
secession< and whose people stood in open rebel i Receiving and Forwarding Houso
i iI iI iI il
lion,by appointing District Judges in Vi'ginia, I APALAC1TICOLA, FLA.

both Tennessee Houses,Alabama of Congress, FIoiidnan.il admitted Louisiana member ,from and z .pyQ'11MIII M= t AT\ THE LOf( EST' [GASH; { PRICllS Geaccr.'rsncaearra \\7E rctpcctfullv call attention to the fact that we hire

Virginia! Tennessee and Louisiana" T'V' c, alIiehcdahouae In Apalachicola, Floilda\ ,for tho
'. purpCFCof doing a GeneralCOMMISSION .
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Among other terrible things with which the President I I ........... x..tOur DilBlncst.beet houses]Havlni in! established Foreign; and relations Domestic! with ports coins, wo of ths :J

is threatened by the Radicals, is the follow i I ere prepared to offer unusual adventures to
shippers of cotton and other produce
ing, which appears in the Chicago Tribune. The I special:: attention will be given to ill
writer is talking about a war which is to follow l From Five to TMrWFonr Horse Power, i Cotton Gent us for rate! cither! in

certain contingencies, and says : I Wholesale and Retail Departments are Separate our own!lL\.HK or any T ForeIgn T.
ALSO In addition to our Commission inlrieps, wJ:
we keep c.ntwnily -
It will be in which thew ill be fu i-
n war w u on, hand a large stock of
five President, followed by the execrations of n PORTABLE SAW MILLS.WEUaMthu i
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betrayed and outraged people; there will be awar
oldest,largest and moet complete works Which will be offered to and ,
I a Meichnnle Planters price
in which this second treason w ill be made as : : Staten,devoted exclii'!ivcly to the man.ufacture .aanrnr+rgw a4r,s._'''''''''f astae: In the Northern and Western Markets, merely adding costoftrinnpoitation.
odious as he ever wished the first to be made: I of Portable! Eneinon and Saw Mills, which, tor .
there will be a war in which the apostate traitor, simplicity, compactucbB, power and economy of fuel, are We will be prcpiredto acconimadntc our fiends with
himself Dictator, will become object I conceded by experts to be superior to any ever offered to advances on COlTV sent us foi shipment or Bale, and
styling an the
public.
furnieh them with buying and rope for the coming crop
national scorn during the last hours of his The great amount of boiler room, fire surface and cylinder Weai'f Stock of und during the entire season
miserable existence, and finally, in his execution! area, which v.c gito the rated home power, make ; just Receiving our N. 13.-Onr house In Columbus Ga will be continued
furnieh an example for all coming time of the our Engines the most powerful and cheapest In Ube; and at the old stand!,corner of St. Clnlrlnd broad streets.BARNETT .
they are adapted to every purpose where power I U required.All .
fate which traitors and usurpers may expect at sizes constantly on band or furnished on short & CO.
tbs Hand of a free people devoted to their liber I notice. juno 2t-6m.
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Descriptive circulars with price \list sent on n application..
ties. .. WOOD & LS'fE.M ENGI\} CO.,
Branch Office, W Maiden Lane, >..Y. City. r ALL AND WINTt G@ODS HErrERALInsurance
A SAD l-'ACT.-It has been demonstrated tttat Utica. N. Y., ang 2-ly: _____ .
until some persons can be found to take the "ironcloo"

oath, there will be no mail contracts taken J. H.. .S NDERbON.. .. ..... c.,. .K., WILKINSON.. . :
or post offices established at places anywise remote Agency
from the of travel in I
great thoroughfares I .
this State. This is anything but pleasant reflection j SANDERSON & WILKINSON And have in Store :
but is nevertheless true. To the I ,
of our people be it said, Mint so true were they to I j Risks taken )hy the following Firs'j

what they conceived to bi a sacred cause, that' '

they master's all of disqualified places the oath go, and begging.themselves mail contracts Would for office and it not on post account beI-j I I WHOLESALE DEALERS IN: I GaliCOBS! D llilBS$, fOJlllllS S, 911(1( Dross$ Goods O 01.[ All KlltlS SS j I CLASS (Jonipanicis or Damage, uyaiiist 1):,' Loss


well for }Ir. ked, of the p O. Department
I to get some laces, who are not disqualified Harness & S
,'to fill these places. We believe our whole addiy ]81. B
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people would be satisfied with this arrangement.A i \\cac\.ed Do\tiles'i\cs, ....r.J.1! g

gentleman in our office from Shell Point yesterday j jUNDEU .. .
complained bitterly of this deprivation to \\\Y\ 1)O.e.c'b, BY THE

his section and other places in the !State.: -Iflor- -- .
Cdian. : ST. ANDREWS U .\LL, I II rz. \ \e.Y \\\ ,\ : Gulf State Insurance Co. Tallahassee
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Tin:; PROPERTY: OF i JOSEPH E. DAVIS;Gen. If I \\\c. ()\ \\ '\ \.\ t i : Ga. Home Insurance Co.,. Columbus.

Howard has ordered the rents that have accrued BKOUCHTONSTREET | -Kerse\\s .t f 'f '" 1" It. '.
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upon the property of Joseph E. Dais, brother of j 4 ( s ; ': ; :.I< Homo Insurance Co., : : Savannah

Jefferson Davis, to be paid to him from and since i SAVANNAH GA, it46S\CL\C1'Cu, .
I Southern Ins & Trust Co.
the date of his pardon papers, which were issued do
on the 2SLh of March last, but not forwarded to I .. Ci\ot\\s,
him. until early in September The value ot I may : -----s-I ., '; V\l\\\\\c.\'b o.Goors Empire State Ins. Co., : : Augusta.
these rent is not fur from twenty thousand dollars StfSADDLE 1' ;

per annum ; BO that, in cfl'ect, Davis, receives i iHARtJESS ''''.. i 1\\'P e,.\\ 1)rz.\\\\\\'b, Home Insurance Co., : : : Eufaub.
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probably as full, or nen.l'yas! full an equivalent, ,
in the way of rents! upon his property, as if the ': / "S>\\\c- 1)rz.\\\\\' J e lCl'&Oll Insurance Co., : Virginia.

property itwlf had been fully restored to him.- AND CARRIAGE I ".t f. .(: 'i."Y '
The question of the restoration of this property I IESTABLISHMENT. .' 'VtL"b \\ James River Insurance Co., do
has been before General Howard for some time, "
but he prefers that another,and not himself,shall : ', ?\c\v\\ Le..\\' Home Insurance Co., : : ]New York.
order its restitution. I am told that the property < J : : ;;
a .
i of Jefferson Davis is also'included in the amount Underwriters' A ssociatiou do

{held or claimed by his brother, one title covering 1 HAVE JU&T RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT .. ,

the whole.-Dispatch..to i.J ai>hila.>. Ledgar J of Goods,constating of >, ,., ,". : .:: Infact; A' Large and Complete Stock of Home Insurance Co., New Haven. .

The Sumpter (Ga.) Republican id responsible Gentlemen's Fine! Double and Single Ladies'! harness Saddles,, .. ,, Putnam Issuance: Co., : : Hartford.
for the assertion that a good deacon recently addressed Bridles, Collars and Whips .

a Sabbath School, and made point by !i I Saddle Shoo Findings Clothe of every description,' National Insurance Co. New OrleansriIARI'IE

the following anecdote : i,i Leather Traveling of Satchels all kinds and, Trunks Domestic Goods of all Sorts !

"Children," continued tho deacon, "you all Saddle and Harness Hardware .
know that I went to the legislature last Carriajfo Trlrnmlnp-s .. j
year.- I Wagon and Buggy Hubc.. "
Well I went t o Augusta, and took dinner at a Buggy l Shafts, bpokceaurl Rimi, I _JH.i AND
tavern ; right beside me at the table sat a member : Buggy Axl s sod Sprin;n, --
.- su*.* **f.".v hunts tmrna that lioil riPVor tflfkcnjtfinncr INLAND NAVIGATION
before at a tavern in his life. Before i CARRIAGES AND BUGOILS, -- ,
his plate was a dish of pepper, and ho kept look.
BY THE
ing at them; finally as the waiters were mighty 1 ol every description. WE {T 5 D
:Machine Belting. I II
slow bringing on things, he up with his fork and
0 Work mado to order and Repairing done wtti Gulf State Insurance
in less than no time he soused one into his mouth I I I patch. Company.
As he brought his grinders down on it, the tears Agent for Wheeler Wilson's and Dowe'a 6EWI d1S-1
came into his eye At last, spitting the MAC'hINES Georgia Home Insurance do
into his hands, he laid it down by the aide pepper of his oct iiU-tf J.. E. PCKDY. I 4\a\ 1 avCLOAK.3\ '\ \\J, 1u.c,0'a'rz.V\ \\\ ur\t\ Vu'i: ; ,
plate-and with a voice' that set the whole table ISulaula! Home Insurance doUndcrwriters'
it. a roar, exclaimed; 'Just lie thar and cool T. H, -BOisHA & CO. I II 'C tw\e\o\'s, L\\\C.\\ v (\\\\\3&s, -

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A Northern paper, says the Danville Times :I I I WHOLESALE DEALER IN
discusses the probability of a vat in 1988 be- !' Lt\Ccz, '3etts Co\\av's; a\u1 \\J'io, >zc. Fide. National Insurance Company.
tween the democrats and radicals, from the reI,
gyirof tho Presidential election I I J..IF'E PQLTCIES:

Gentlemen, don't fight I If you do, count: us I I l ROCXGRY .
fgiti: We can't l'hOOlr-we can't bite a cartridge MAWTIIiJLiAS SHAWLS BY TUE .
our health's; awful bad; we limp ; we stammer ; j j ,
ure goto' blind; we're deaf;.,we're pot b-I'd I I Knickerbocker Life Insurance Co..Olt'
and swaybacked ; our livers don't work; our CUTLERY t .
heart's: diaooeed< ; w8 have a mighty ailing in our L" NEW
bards, that doctors 'can't tell anything about ; ., : ::E-Ja"ts and CL"'P' ,:: -YORK
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we can't look at blood without faintm; 1Vecan't (i. 1.' .; .' ":,;, .'" I And against the Loss:; of Life or Personal InJury
die a hero, all in a ftisg-narry time we ",'... 1 mhlI I \i"lY, I' IJjm' ; I j by the

taut| and ia the language of an illustrious COn \, / :::: ,, ._ ',, -=_ __ ._::-___ 1. '11
>>cript 'we'd tilt her' be hung, any way, than die. I Il'1QusefnrniHhhlg' Traveler's Insurance
Company
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for our country ,
Another war I 0, cracky I KaU to y'r holes I KEROSENE LAMPS, \
LIe down! Government contract of some ;:, To arrive in a few days, Groceries: Hardware and Cutlery, Wood and OF JIAUTFOUI.

t .sort. if it's to makQ- r..r nitre +w -- ]t, .. Gropcls. Wallow Ware,.Iron, Boots and Shoos, Clothing,',Notion!*,' Crockery and FOR l'OUCi iu any oCtho above Companies, ap-

A National Convention of Infidels assembled & & ) Glass! Ware and everything to rnak& cx>mjieto) tock all of which I to the underslKllcd at the office of the
0. C. ; ; upi_ I GULli' 81'A1' INSUIANCE<; <.;mll>.\.. Y in Tallahassee.
.*t Philadelphia on tho 30th ult. The organlza.lion .- .I '. .j .

dates back to 1815, but only thirty delegates e 1 .'U .IAN AND 101 IIrtYAN.pT: : ', I Mlj-tf.] ____ Bi c. LEWIS.

were, present. -at the--recent---meeting.-- *. : ..tbd'SiH'ilI1Dnhd.torl'la. ,-, .. .. Will l he $O1l l Lode\ loin: Cash I ct.9 (I 11(1 A YEAR made \I;y any ono with $1:>-

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.}frf! f Juili, has just discovered that; tberd.f i -: ; -. '" Tho Presidents- Cashiers and Ttwaeat'o enpcriunco of 8 necessary liuuks la-
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choice and taking it. t !inay It-w tj eept.6-2ru .. !I Awiricuu aug q-w8ne Stencil. Tool Woiks I iprlnffluW: Vermont.'i.1Vtthh .



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'The Tri-Weeldy II rtllMHIICD 1 EVEHV Sentinel SMALLWOOD COTTON, HODGKISS FACTORS& CO Peiisco1a&/ U MB! Railroad r! r, M.: Li YELP1TIIOLESAL&ilNI)11E'PfllL, -;1'l'I- l: .\x.lflnMs.nos.Atteoonr.- : ', '. "::.f,_;-:,4"iI:-.-'" '



Tuesday[ Thursday and(! Satcrjlay Morite -ANI>- CHANGE OP: ;SCHEDULE.TALLAI1A99F.R \ ] ) Madame With their Virtue cinter nndNiseaenias.iii-pntallonr -"-* .fIlt"T_." : $

.. ._ ._ ,_. Traveled once throtijfh foreign eoluitricr I .
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Torms of Subscription G n r l Coy l mh i i n Miiit l't (1..o\,"?'. r' -,'t.-.,:'.:'i'mL.- .' -J.I--Jlllii..iJlA'" n_.,. ""Ul'.,._....! DEALER IN ,: / ; )17 r* l

_r Annum-three timesitweck . . .. . .JO 00 : "". r (CO. \ That, by some ttnlnckr.blunclel'. 1 f .froft
Do.Uvlccawcck.. . . . .. . 400 J1kT' cayr 'U' 'F I While they kluA"d'III1..t' ir
Doouccu week . . . .. . .. .200 NO. 10 BKAVEll STREET They might chance to get nsnnder'r f l?: m.

-== ----"--------- .....! :]L\T :11. "KW Y n. :]J.I3.: AND AFTER THIS DATE TIlE, Jllly4th TRAINS, 360(1.(ON I l "And," file mild "It seems but prudent.- Ve...91)L "I,

Rates of Advertising ON 'cnsacolllllntl O.,orgtn Koilroad will nm ni fol. I, I Should we break our ploarninttetlicr, > :'StfwHomo
device should) bo/Hjrgestcd ._,
uu '1alle, lor tlio first UHortlon.One .. . . . .$100 J. L. BJIALLWOOD, '-Formerly Smullwood, Carlo A. Co. and lows : That may bring the three together 1'" '
:Sgtmrctwohl.crtiona. . . . . . 175 I iT. L. 8mu11wood & Co., N. Y. BAStVVARD.. .
One Sq-iare, oao week . . . .. . . 2 GO 'Tlios. HODOKISJ ui; f 1 I Leave Qnlncy. ,. B.ln A. M. I I "As for me-If from icy sister One :Square, two weeks .,. .. ., ... . .. .. .. DO( OEO. W. SCOTT Fla. Lute HiHlgkli', Scott &; Ci N.Y. I. Arrive sitT01iabaesceat,1.' I '.,. 7.10 should chance lo prove a roamer, %'rr
Oo Saua.'o< three weeks .. .. . .. .. .. .., .. Ii 00 D. H. POOLE, Oa. | Leave TolliilmaBce 7.35 Seek moat, the tomb of Shatuepnarft, ,;:*,. ,
_._ ....... Leave Montlcrllo .:-r. 8.10 Or beforo "
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1.----: Kl -.I e; I Ia .T O-t -e> I ... TIrE lire prepared Ibroiicih RESIDENT' AGENTH, toADVANCE Arrive at I.ake.lIynt..ll.iK 2.451',11.;; II f' -. Fi
VV Oiv AND SELL COTTON In nil the Virtue said "If 1 am missing,
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;i I I a I r-- : : 80CTHEUN PORTS, or forward from THESn PORTS I WESTWARD. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA And you deem mo worth the trotibliv i". J ;: I '" ,. ii II g g 'i g'' 0I to NEW YOKE IcaroLake City nt. 8.10 .\, M. !Seek Inc lit tho courts of tho monarchs, ,' .-*-
J"," ; I C''I f -' I Leave Madison! .11,051'.N. I OULPHATE' AND ACETATE' ;MORPHINE.' Or the( dwelling! of the noble .
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I! : I : : : : Arrive at'1'ullahnxecut' .'1.50 __ : !-:. "If amon# the high und mighty,
ii an our frieuds may prefor. Lon'eTifnhnaeoat' 1.15: f' I'M OPIUM PKIMt: TCKKEYV I You Khan full!! to find mo prccenl.
i. I $6(! 11 A0 15 00 1000 8200+ S5 Ill 8J COS3 3760tis Our connections lu LIVERPOOL are ouch M vlllglve; I A'ri\'l'attlnineynt.. (0.15: .. I VT_ Forenloby.. !. M..LIVELY You may rind mo with bettor fortune jj
!.q'! 11 00 30 00 :7 60 8l: 00| DO!, 47 | B5 00 co our cu-tomera all the ndvan .nurs of Ihfll luaikct. ST. MAHKH TKAlJi.LCHVU : : In the collage of tbopca'ant !" I
:3. t 15 (00 27 so :8160 n 00 5S 50. 57 Bl]! 77 CO 81j() Apply to TiillnhiiHscc! at. 7.60.1. M. Q I'lNlNK. GOO ov. of various oil'proved hraiuln, 1 g4
) 4. 1') 00 3.1 00 17 HO; 5700: (ill BO 73 00 lOt) 00)'112 BO G.Ea."T.. SCOTT &: CO. Arrive nt :Wt.: ]Wnrku ah. .. .11.20 I For sale at tine Drug.Store M.:. LIVELY.__.. : "\h I" said Reputation, sighing ,... .
5.1 12100 U SO, 57j() (IW! DO 80 C0| il-4 BiHi3 :30 137 CO LrnvcSt. Marks .A.. ., 14.30 M. 'It In easy ofdlscprnlng. "4Kncli .,
?'|l sr oo SO 00 61 CO'' 81 00 91 BO'107' liO 11'150 UiJ CD10S _julyT-tf. .. __ Taihihaxlce 1 Fin.EARLE Arrive at Tnllnhujaco! at.. 1.60 P. 31. JV TrEROSUNK: OIL AND LAJIPP. I of you may freely wander, .t *' .Jj\\Ii
81 00 t 50 77-001; iifl: 00 BO1145' : 00 162 CO "" mJJ :* 1 At the Drug Store of M. : Wllh of '
; 57 C0187| i j i a 'Hnlf an hour \\'II111c giant on (Iho arrival of the ___ __ : LIVELY.: : a prospect returning!fi '
1 4)'i:'',! 83 00 fit 00 8101'15 00 1M Bft.llO,. 001S: 3 BOiSlO 00 ut 'fallnhu"8cu! for i) car ,i' .*.**}
and tRE: LINSEED '
gulngfrom Ibis
'I nner ) OIL
0. n'! :31 00 71 CO ((17 BO 117 00,1M: /HO 135' OOiMS" HO 211 SO CUNNINGHAM & Co.COVI'ON 1 \ line of slteB Ixtwecn coming wny ] I "Itut, I (pray you, guard me closely.) :
,
: Fur sale ,
: 00 RO M'J : CO 2.61)/ Quincy Itnlnbrltlgc find Alb.niy' _.at. tho.. Dnig btor.,1'1.\ LIVELY. For ) 1.
to. 43 77 107 00 147 00 001170 (X,2,' i I and between jrouticrllo and Thomaivlllc will -- ... .. --...--- despite your best nd R"jr. :!
11.1 1(1(! 50 1 si oo us 00101n; ) ini oo.iffl, oo'aio 001215 on I I the trains. connectwltb IUl1E: BOILED LINSEED OIL (l Kuclli-li, ), I if you mien me for a moment,. ',' j.,
13.1> SO 00 IK) (HI lit ()(11 W CO 178 50 1'I7 50 Si7 50'295 00 FACTORSCominisfslon 1 sale! at the I am IORt-oll.lI08Uorl..cl.. '
; i 33: 00 .111 BO 181 50) 1S7 50) Iftl OOlilO! (00i27, ( 00''815 00 i uiay3-tf= UOBEltT WALKEIJ, I ---. -! -----Drug--Store' "of .N.1.'"-.Jliy .tX.- I "' _'''''_ ._
M. ?fj 1"),J03 50 110 00 IBS 00 mil' 00 2-J1 00 iKia 50 :333 00 ..-ND- : ._ ___ __ .Ucn'ISutwrintcndeuh-I.!;" t 1.1 J'JKITB TrUPKSTISE, '
00 00,108 50 147 GO 177 00,80B( GO'':>'j:; 00,307, 5O'855' : 00 i I O For, bale! nt the Drug Btiire of M\ I.P'ELY. j Hvaltli of the French Emperor .
15'1' I just
17. f-5: 03l rd) 00 103 50 105 00'237' OOlI2! 50 :3-10 (00 :OT2 50 ,1[run; LEAD, xc; 1 Extra; ;and;; Pure,
13. OS 00'183 00 170 00 201( 002'W! 00''273: OO'JioS'': 00 410 00 R.. .. I L Ji;= J..E:1.: Dr. I ___!Fur Talc!! .at the! Drug/_Htorn of 2.!.. I.IVEIA",_ f HOW It mutter of most; ncrious nud earnest discus
.
10.1'..Tl 00,130, .!00...177!.. 50 213_OOi2IS, _60 8S7 60 3TO OIl, m 50 NO. 74 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. I : sion nil! over the continent of Eul'Opc.Vhl'lIercr
_. Ar REIN; P.UTGI'lltIHI!! Dry and In Oil,
the French
: since the
----- ---- days of the Bourlions have
Y1 I'orenlelitlit..' ,
O1 n'nnry Notice!, Tributes of Respect, and Mnmageo, John 11. Enrle formerly] Smallwood, Earle & Co. ; 1 thug Stongof-- :.LIVELY.riU'PK :. ._ lost the executive head of
will bo charged us Trap.fclont Advertisemontn. James B. Cunningham, t'J atrsslatflrln1Tr Iheit'goycninicut, revo.lution
iJ1a. PAINTS I for ArtMs' use
Legal Notices chargo'J the: same M other adv rt\s'meuLs\ Thouir.fi J. Perkins, formerly Sraalhvood, Earlo 4 Co. and I I ; \ .-_. I..1 JJorwijebj- \- t. has followed, nntl the nations of Europe:
except ut!co3 or Ula-nhaloa liS Admlnlutrator, tha charge J. L. Smallwood & Co. r f J .--- __..LIVELY._ .. __.... have come to J''gal'tl1'rmlce as a magazine which
..). for whluli! ahsll be $18. I I T'"'rsOM SALTS, a large I supply! ( was likely to explode, at nulime, upon' the deathof
.. _._ _._ ._ ".'. In the of Cotton: und oth- FOB SALE.IN J !:.oUn1tJ "l the L'r" Store of' M.
= =- =- :: IIA erWSouthernproduce, we eao' solicit coiiHlgn _-. : .. :. LIVELY.::.- its pre -cult ruler.. Therefore, it is that the demise

t'Ofiomt Itartt menu, and nre prepared to respectfully make advnnceB, lor which blue of the authority vested the 'n'U"tces of the ENGLISH!! COPPEHA, by tlio pound or barrel. of Louis Napoleon is regarded with "1111.I -

'.::J ;; cpir to Internal Improvementnud; of the State:; of Florida by :. nt the Drug.Store.! nf __ ___ M.:..LIVELY.! : .. I mixed awe and apprehension by the aubjocts'of

---- ---...----... -- THCd J. PERKINS 6s CO. j| the proviotoua of the "act to provide for and encourage U I 1)LIE STONE by the cork, barrel, pound or ounce, every crowned head iu Europe. It is::I well understood
I liberal "}'slem of Inform! Improvements in thin State," For pale nr the '
Drugstore D[ thllt when the
of
.. the
oL. French
al'pruvrdIanunry Oth, 11150 and in I !:!!E.-!: 'I centnfugalism
with
17 Tallahitauo | |
July' -ly Fin j conformity resolutioii ,
A. L. WOODWARD Sa ._
.:! ,
., ., or order adopted by the Beard of Truatees ill be ll'OYAL TURKISH TOWELS diameter( no longer feels the control of th.JIUS"

\ TTORSEY AND CO1TNSELLOII LAW AND I old to the liichcst. bidder. for cnali.. on .......'....-For, -ale.. --.at'--the--Drug-- 'lorcof At. LIVELY. ter 1iud) and hand at present' restraining! it, limy
/Y Solicitor in hanccry1n1nhaseccFlorlda.-IIuwill\ GEO' W SCOTT & CO 1 Thursday, the FkatDay of November 1806 j I I 1') lIOIJES' FEVER AND A(UG Cl'RK---,------- fly olf nt a tangent very dangerous .10 its: neigh
also. In connection with the IIrm 01 IIE n'YALKEII, ,
V bors. It has excited arid
For wile ut the 1 the
Drug Store of : surprise
of Washington City, attend to the prcp c'tlion claims COTTON FACTORS 't Sit!, Dales nf the C'onipiny at Ouinesvillo. Florida, the I I ._ Jtf. !LIVELY.SGOOD'S : : :.... of the world that the French have boon comment, I
before tho mid beloru Committed or C'ouef.lL kepi
Departments Florida! \
Itail l lined!, AND ALL ITS I'norinTY OP l vr.nr () UIOLACIOGUK (Oi'iiuiucX
: __ __June.!l.I.L. AriD: )KIND, H.r.tDI.11; TUB POAII-BEO, Inos', ISu.iri7MH.-ns, j i ... _ForsaliMittlieDriiK:! / Store of. ._ _._ Ttf. LIVELY. .. quiet so long by any man and brave doubts ci.islwhdher
WoRK irorH, DEPOTS AM) .>'IIANCnl:<.c. in thf ever-t of liis death any other man
PEELER Tho said stilt will bu n,hj.cl to all!! the Conditions I OHALLKNBEUGEn'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS
A J. I )pre can be found to Franco the
SiO11 k 0 For sale tho govern ns: present
CO13iii11 rcBinnts I cubed hy the acl' tibpvc icferred to. ]: __. _at Drug Store of _. -M. LIVELY.. : :.._ Emperor) has done. It is: true Louis Napoleon
TTOUXEY AT LAW, TALT.AilASSEEI'l.OnW.\- Hl'OII A. CORLEY. .
\ ( \A T.OEI.! KESUBLIMATED.V .
JA. OdlcB etaireokr the :Slnto: Bank, Otllco hours oct II-td_ (4)1] Snk-ainaa Hoard Trustees I1 Fund. will leave an heir, but we imagine that no insurance
up TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. i __ .>_For_fate. _at...the Drug Store of M. LIVELY
from !0 n. m. to 1 p. in., nud from 2 to 5 p. ui.a I __ : ... company[ would like lo guarantee that he

oct aii-ly_..._ ._ GEO. W. SCOTT, FU. | [I, HODGKISS: il.Y. ; V. W. SIJI.S. J. 1'. WIIEATON, OLD 1'On'l''I E. of superior! 'quality( for medical pnr- will succeed his father to the throne Moreover,
I 1'1' i: Late of:'!.w. lEcpubiicaii.. J.Jteof\\1ldfr, Whuntou & Co ... ,.for. mile by M. LIVELY.TJIIYSICIANS' : .
_
_.
J. J.8 [ALL W 000, N.Y. | H. POOLE, N.Y. .. ]ho is too young to leap into the saddle of his sire
EDWIN A. HART, I POCKET: CASES: !( hnndnoniclv nii.Mlvi7h.. I n and ride so unruly a &111119 the Frer.ch people.

TTORSEY Y AT LAW, MADISON FLORIDA.-Will I WILL advance, New Orleans on and, or ship Biwiuiniih.Cotton! to Llvarnool July 17, New tf ( F. W' SIMS & CO. _1 Vlalii, for P o..L... ... ... ._M...LIVELY.C1OD .: ....._ The fears of Europe are not unfounded. There
j.:i. practice. lu tin Courts of thoMiddloJuucia1CircuiLdcc i -; LIVER OIL Hazard & Cuswell and llucliloir e I will be trouble when the French Emperor; dies,

--23 tf_- s vv v isr, vir, GfA, intJ, for unle by M. LIVKLY. :and the seething cauldron; of revolution dill boil

WM; H TURNER, A. I with all its ancient fury. The wise and prudent
W. II. WIIITNER
Factors and GeneralCOJI1IISSION / "f-__. ._! statesmanship of Louis Napoleon lias repressed
1\ TTORSEY AT LAW, MADISON" FLOKIDA.i-Will GROCER "\\riHTE-WASII BRUSHES, all Kl/es, I"the fiery and destructive elements ot :France! and

pr.ic'icc in the Court of tho:Middle Circuit. AND _*_*. For..sale. at the Drug Store .of_ !,!. L1VFI. ... t RS indeed[ verified! li'i' ce'cbrated saying thai
dec a-tf
-_._--. ---- IEflCn1\NTS! \ ''fOOTII BRUSHES, alnr eassorlnicnt, ,j I "the Empire was 11OaCl':' But when death that

.r(AS. D. WESTCOTT COy11111iss1011 Merchant J. For: _gqlo nt the Drug/ Store..of M. LIVELY.:. ._ [1 unnerve his grasp upon time helm of the ship] of
JOHN State,who i it* there to take hi* place) Will the
CASNELL! & ( 0., LONDON
TTOUXEY AT LAT T.\LLAlIASSEEI"LA.-Otpe I French people resist the
FERNANDINA, FLA. AN1 DEALERS IS opportunity then offered
in the iionvoe Building!! opposite the store of Mr .. HAIR BRUSHES to make themselves again Ihe scourge and pest

IjopldiH.] _._...__ _...mny5-tf SPECIAL attention given to the pnrchano, .alu and hi-] of Europe: 'i AVe fear not, for the history of that
all kinds! of Produce and Merdmudiso. Orden Produce MercliaMise Lumber Timber and I'
reveals the fact: that
PRE-EMINENTLI K.VCtJ.LIXO A1.I! people p'riolicnloutbl\rsts
JAMES 1'. MAG BEE.A for supplies must bo accompanied with the-cnsh or its l.mums.
equlvaleutlutnulc. .._____ __July.lil-lim\ OOTTO3ST.ConiiiiHHiintt Those de.lderatlhlch render them the most and bloodlettings ::aiea luvessity' of their existence.
TTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CI1ANjfi. 131'1\.11 In U8e. Although posHospin::tin incredible cloiinhiiifr period Panting thr glory and sighing for renown
CERY Tallahusaee Florldii.-Oltlcoin Marino! Bank dn..J power, yet it doe not produce the fcllfrhtet!I irritation of the ]pcoplo once led on to victory by the
,
buildngeppositeTiitwn'a11rii JO1IX W. AUDEK30N UKOnOK:; W. ANDKI1HOX
( Store._may l-tf It. l. AUDEHSOX. JOHN W. ANOEHTOM, Jll. are ),,' / /, tad trill' ,'p. the skill of the head, which sooltcn! I produces ilundruir; and great First Consul will break like unloosed

MCQUEEN MCINTOSII, :John! \ Anderson & Sons." ![ cftj't tilrlet' ...:...YflcafimLOLICI'l'S .... cviiii )prcinaturi1 hairiness FOil! MALE uv hounds Lotus Nopoleon from their is kecpcrs-whenevcr the form of
consigned to the tomb. In
C. Con-iignmcntu Cotton and i'r .
TTORNEr AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Commission and ally, for sale or shipment to any point iu dciccgcucrL7 the United- IMC.Juniatf LJ: TELY.J less than a twelvemonth the excitable race! who
-iX OJcj in tho :Lit-it': Bank liuildinj. Will practice ( Forwarding States or Europe, and "!ill make advancer on compliments J I point protibly to Charlemagne as, their founder
__ .
__ __ __
In say ol the Courts where his services are desired und Rhipmenta.JOHN __ .__ will all the
urn" a3.0m Tt/t EF1..OXX.A.rJTs S. DANIEL, of Monticcllo. Florida! I in interested sweep away conservative landmarks
Covnev of JJray ton atl(1iiryatt Strceta.SAVANNAH in our business nnd parties confcrlng with him! will- .EDQ.llt. . I-. OtER.tnJl.. .. .. . I1ENJAM1N'. . . fEUIIILL. .:. . which their lost Emperor lias carefully nnd
DK. :MILES II. NASH OA.MoKIBBIN obtain Information.. Ho Is I prepared to advance on con- patiently ret up for their guidance .
Hlgnnicnts and furnish flagging:; and Hope to parties phlpIni -. '-s. u.UTEANER '---
may 22-611) ____ ; to or through/ tie
REAR rOSTOFFICE, TALLAHASSEE.
OFFICE GUERARD & FERRILL I EVES SrAn-FUJITIIKK: ACCOUNT
.-Residence with Dr. 111:. Ji ASI!. ,
OF THE Ihs.\STEIl.-\\'C arc permitted to make
.Inn i-Orn._--________ & ALLEN UEKFHEXCE3* : : the following extract from letter
a
NEW YORK. j MACON, OA. received hi)
J. S. BOND, R. II. RA DOLrIJ. i George 15 Cnrhart, Pros. N. N. C. Monroe; J. D. C'ltr- this city, by Mr. Lewis K. Smith, from a lady
TALLAHASSEE, XLA. Y. & N. II. U. H ; U. II. hart; J. B. Roe Cotton Factors residing at 'Uay Port :Mill.-[ .. Fla.< near the mouth
DRS. BOND & RANDOLPH I Baldwin & Co. ; Jonathan AMEUICUS, GA.-Thomus of the St. Johns river : ..
IF Decrs 00 Wall Street.
, their! profeeuionul services to the citizens! of WHOLESALE DEALERSDRY AUUUSTA: OA.-D S Dun- Harrold. "As you have already heard of the loss of the
Tailahaescennlvicinity. nOSTO ,-L:, C. Drew. Star
bar.SAVANNAH. steamship Evening which foundered at
I Offlco at the residence, of Dr. BOSD. .. [July 101yJULIAN .-.. I .-W. M. Wml- MONTICELLO. Pln.-Lin I, I would inform you (that a boat ]load of ladies sea in,
GOODS, | Icy, Pres. C. R. It. & Bk Co. I 11.0 & Roach AND of ,
the second
charge mate
started
Groceries! j from the ship
I BETTON Hardware, I ang29.Om: __ and were all lost, with the exception of the mate

DEALER IS Quecnawir, General Coin) mission Jlcl'chauts and two of the ladies, both of them quite young.
, G-REAT:
Cloth and Canilmerei,
Wine and LIquor. i The boat which they were in had got within two

Hoots Shoos and Leather Porter Ale and Cider, Str'et4itl'Nllliflil hundred yards of the beach, when it upset and
Bay : (
Wooden Ware, IM."XAJILL both of tho ladies were drowned One of the InI -

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Tin Fruits Ware,and Spices, ,i Ir DUCEMENTFor I dies was the laughter. of a wealthy farmer

FirsUDoor! North cf the State Bautu Jane t. lS66-ly_.._Ac., & ? Ac. I sell on Coiuuils"lou, Cotton, Timber, 1'ioiluce! Rhode Island. Her body was found on tile
V and Mer hantU.e. Consignments: solicited. When beach and buried. She was about/ seventeen

mar -!L- ___ H. L. RITCH. JOHN DENIIAM. an Enterprising Man !I.8 i and desired we will uhip cotton to our friends! in New York of age, long, light hair, and very handsome years; she

. .. .. . . ... . .. .. . I Liverpool making libcrnl: advances on the name.UEFEREN'CKS was buried among the sand hills Tho other wa
'sxx.:: J p. :E-JtO z JSTI: !1, -- -- .
the daughter of n wealthy gentleman residing in
OF FLORIDA, A 1 am anxious to nettle inv old basilicas title coining I : New York. When her
H L RITCH Co body was also found the
& z V winter I elicit ewer for sale lice following! Valuable ,
WITDCHICIIESTER I i Property lu and near the town of Qulncy, Fla.: Robert Hubcrxbam & Son, Sa\anuali, Us. sharks had eaten hcr'nearly all up, with the exception -
& CO. Oeo. W. Anderson, do of her clothing, by which sho was identified
A Tract of Land Anthony Porter, do -
I j She buried
in the
Commission Merchants Hunter & Gammell, do :: was Cemetery. Dr. Eastman
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN j Adjoining the town containing fifty (:;0) acres, mil to bo'' John L. Villnlongn. do gave a man ten dollars for recovering lierremains.
1\1'o""V "York. 1 I enrpnaee(1 in tho country. On this place there is 1Illlo !' Erwin & Ilardoe, do .
: and Domestic Hardware Htream of water, with sufllclent! lull to turn I'
Foreign ( a twenty (A)) I Governor D. S. WaikerTallahtecee! Fla. "At the
I!I foot wheel:: and alf"rdlrgagood' site for a Cotton I'uctory !i J. H. hail do time that the ladies were drowned they
:No. 63 liovkman and 185: Ann Street, Conuigiimcotn of Cottou and other' produce I or Flour Mill. Aluo, a Hue nearly new Dwelling! llousu William! li. PottcH, do were insane, not having had anything to eat for '
SOLICIT I I I and s two acre lot attached, adjoining! the above place Ex-OovernorA. K. AllUoa, Qniney. F.i! seven days with the exception of sonic tur
NEW YORK. Adraucci will be made on shipments by j well finished with five rooms and foul flre-places, and neccenary Savage & Hallo, Gainesville, i'ln. nips. Neither of the ladies raw
AU ordcru attended to. July JOHN DKNIIAM '! oat-bulldingi. Also Samuel Swann, Juck.onHie, Flu: were dressed in anything
promptly & CO.:
..-.---- 21-5m- uugl.i-iim.l]_. Monticcllo\ ,,FU. j i A Good Farm __(I. C):.Bernard, ..!do, .____ Jmay[ 8._ 1 tij-ly.( __.:__ in the but morning their night when gowns the vessel, as it went was five down.o'clock

D. TAYLOR, I' Two and a 'Two hundred BRADLEY HILL & GQ "The mate, whose name is Gouldsby was a
T. BASSET' ': and Forty t210)Acesofaxccilantland) whhRood Dwelling dreadful sight to behold The poor follow\'looks

Steamboat Agent I { water and and out splendid houses on Mill the site.!place Also: also my, u fine etrcam of Commission Merchants: as though ho had: just arisen from the dead, but

AND GENERAL TALLAHASSEE, FLA., !i lie is receiving good attention, mid getting along
House and SAVANNAH UA.
Dwelling Lot very well
Will! repair or build now
_
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COHHIS8IOH & FORWARDING MERCHANTFBRNAMDINA I Near th i Court House Square, being a fine Two Story -
building with eight (S) Itooms all well furnished and UTE HAVE COMMODIOUS }'JRE.I'UOOlWARE.- FREE SPEECH-FHEEDMEN'S Diii ;At-1'hc
Smoke Stacks Pans &
Snsar Dippers 11 houses,and
Bailers are prepared to store('ollon, NlYlIlllore8!
J FLORIDA. lasteredwlthclinecebbary! out houses Tho lot being and Prodnce in : New Orleans Picayune nnriotmced long
spay generally, Rnqu.llttlic.! We will make Hgo
22-tf thrco-fourthg (V) of with excellent well of
of Bolts, Suit, Sett Screws 'rep. water ; alcoa ISwellingcunvenieutto tho Poplin Square, Ibcrul cash advances on all couHlgniueiitii/ to us. Wo can that "Louisiana had been tlisgraceil by a (denial
MANUFACTURER FittingSj! Hammers and Chlaci.; with two Acre Lot newly fenced and well Improved. urulsh Fertilisers, Bacon and Produce!* generally at tho of the right of free speech) 11"-it had "happened,
A. F. HAYWARD keep constantly on !hand Piping, Couplings, Elbows: Also, oweetprtcos. .. ___ may gj- ..
(LATE OP TALLAHASSEE, LA.,) WITH and T' Three Store Rooms remarkable or so offensive, but tQ (l\Jn'll; to one

E. Srl\I.PSON cto oo. Repairs of MachineryAttended Kouth of the Court House Square, now renting for tl.SOO j SontllBrn I ImDort an EXDortCOJfl i! of the nation's wards and pets is atrocious." We
i,aunntn. Also a D-i'ellins! near tho Depot, with at vo have been waiting, says tho National Intelligen

IMPORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS, to with dispatch.\ BluckamUh! work of u>vry (h) Acre Lot attached Aloo, :i cer, for tho special advocates of free speech; wild

-AaD-* description! neatly done to ord. r. I Five F-uilding Lots > .A.N.Y. of negro rights to raise warning! cry, but in

: Scar the of which I will sell vain. Thu right of speech of tho Hev. Aruistcud
Commission Mwcltants Cotton Gins etc. Depot.1 at private wile I
; Repaired, until the flrKt Monday in next December when I will oftVr --...01 Lewis (colored preacher) arc ju the Itadical eyes
I I, the earn at public: sulo. of uo consequence. Tlte Bureau autocratinity
1J UEY !STREET (Near Broad n1)) !NEWVOIOC. ,
1 tint now prepared tu fumiah ENGINES:: and MILLS \ silence the preacher whenever ho pleases, "LInd 110
DEIHLDVAN.fii
of Sale WILL
Ku !i> hand stock of flue Terms I BE MADE OJT ALL
111110116m constantly on a large old WhUky.AUSTIN from the j Produce for European Markets. Radical will oifcu his mouth( Mr. Ivcwls ought i'

____. WASHINGTON IRON WORKS I One half CASH the balance In one (1) and two (2)) ycmV I I' Orders for every description of Mcrchanditu ut Mahlnery indeed, by Radical reasoning\ be silenced,since
time with unto 'bearing eight (5)( ) per curt Interctt, with ( proirptly and judiciously attended to. lie .unwise uGisc
to
& ELLIS Bccurlty. The purchaser having the By enough 1I1rb1'cll1rrl1; to
privilege of
," paying arriiiijroruonta recently mnno. tho
NEWBURG N. Y. the entire price of adjudication! iu rlls\ ,! prepared fill orders forEuropean Company U now work tor their: old masters und those they !know

COMMISSION These Mills are considered tha beat, and need no comment Account of tale together with United! StafBa! Internal h> preference to odventujers whom they) do not
MERCHANTS, as they are in IlliU all over the State:! of Florida which HeveuneHlatnns attached at the espouse of tho Jlurcha or. Goods \know, and some of whom they ]havo good reason
HIn""Jr, thuuiaolvrs. Parties wishing; to purchase these On the diet Monday In January next I: will! veil!! all of m;
ENGINES and MILLS can do so through me, and ba.. Household and Kitchen Fun tine, A fine 1'iiino IIUt to distrust This is moral treason-an outrage
1 O. D \l\\\ 5\\ c.\t their Engine and Roller put upIT'roo Sewing Machine. Also, my; Mules, Horses Carria-'e and I acid deliver too came: lu fioui two to three Wunths' tiuie.It. upon the right! of the agent and his ft' emlito ,
SAVANNAH three (3) Wagons, at public outcry, for Cacli duty F. FLOYD have their work done Ihclr
uw
.CEORQIA Anybody i artsirous of tealns the, ,hoveProparty President, JucUouwlJo.. ) cheap, !und on n
CIIAllLES ELI.IS, of Cost find me at all times iu my ofrtr. adjoin,; Luuilay' 4' E. T. PAINE, Aunt Liverpool terms, and is such nn abuseof'fjw: tpecph, ai

THOMAS II. AC8TIN': J Luis, ot AiwUchicolH, Flor, .ALL WORK CIIUWUNTEED.. Tcuva; CA3RsMN'i Henr''. Drag ftor, .,. I'' A. T. CLTVNjyGHAM, A cut, 8lraafnh proves that a negri is no better than ft :.whilerebelMO :
uti Culnrutjji. ..
UK. M. .
jtilySIMim. if8ALE1Gl3.Qelne. J. T. BERNARD .. hat no rights that a FreeduicnVUultin -
T. J,1IAuTTY. ., rii July **. auH -rf 'tp' )6-hI Agent, 1.1.11.: .
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Vi; I ii1i -Sentinel Washington the MMM of difficulty Is crossly !ncon<:< t. Tiio '
$riWfrhtt :\ I Con-espoudeuco.
Y| iu pJILIPDZIALYNSKI
jl i I Sheriff las: uo writs: la his possession! except
: casi-s where the owners have \been allowed to ,
1-: [fROM OUR OwN connl.5Poxn?r.j) redeem their property from the tax sale \by the U.

1 : J. D. OLIVER, Editor and Proprietor. Th iM'ticala t.tOTQlnoJ-to Iepoi'e sod Inijirmou the i, S. direct tax commissioners, in every instance the I \VnOLESAl.r DEALER IN
-= : parties cither minor children
I'ruldcr.t-I'oilltJl1ltr of CIvil War In the orth-th.: I redeeming being

1 r .,.- :. .. President alone can Prevent thli'jr4HtNOTOV. I women notwithstanding under disabilities this redcmpthn, or loyal the citeens.purchasers liut I i '(r (( I Lr: :T : :I r l

tYtao / W Oct 13: 1sJ6. I ,s9.le/' persist in holding widows and D't. ah fJO'IJI ftJ, Jl111i I 1 J ,
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I cr rirvraveA The country In tlnciii' acct by n great peril! and orphans out possession of their property, and j J-I = J
4 er rt tt rt there 1 la only one way t It y wlil'h It can be avert- I 1 in order to do so incite the negroes to resist the

ed. The rftillcal Icailct'\ havo all their nngementa I I Sheriff whenever ho attempts to dispossess them:\ Hats Calf MMWS( Yankeentlons, &c\ ,
,
virtue of ,
by lawful process issued out of our courts
made for ilrpOBfurr/ the l'rc-h\et1I, and placing ono of I
after a fair trial of the rights of parties And I
their In lib scat. This U their ,
creatures
own pro regret to say that this stale of things is encour- 103 BRYAN STREET AND 70 ST JULIAN STREET.
-Is The I'resldtnt Is t. be Impeached bya
gramme ; aged by the course adopted by the military authority t
--- Rump house 2nd, The President Is to be draggcd in Florida, who threaten to arrest the
--==-=::- : -=:-=-':" ':'_7.rr .-._':'" _:_=:____ ,before Rump Senate, for trial of Ilia Impeacli Sheriff equally with 11\f'!rhH'rs,1f' any disturbance i SA..V.A.NN.A.I-r: : GA,.

Mr.Jour A OncB H our tlencral Arcut,gad 1) meat 3d, The Pieslclciil is to be taken from the arises in consequence of his iV'.cmpt to execute
authorized to receive mibucrlpltons and oollclt acUrrttilnp, bar of the Rump Senate, and Immured a prisonerIn the law. That Is the sort of cinl how/ we dare under I -

the old cnrlt011'rlson. 4th, The Rump Congre the President's proclamation
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( la then to declare evident Jonssox suspended and We are perfectly aware hit tho (grossest! falsehoods I HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK A LARGE STOCr Oti '
23, 1800. I have been invented! and( <1I1Igeutlcll'cul
deposed; and CHARLES SCMNER, of Massacbusetls, ted both here and at Washington against our rei -

President cf the United Staler, at inter turn.! This i tinning citizens, who arc seeking la peaceful i iI : Dry Goods Hats Boots and Shoes Clothing
COIO iIZ.TloThe American Colonization design has long been cntertnlnnd l>y the radical lenders I I and lawful manner to regain possession of the'i' i I ,

Society, it is said, is trau ually flourishing just ; and It Is now ready for J execution. I property of which they have been unjustly and ,

r now. It has bought a new ship, the Golci-'vli, That It Mill be attempted there U not thu least ; fraudulently deprived. But we had'a right to ex.i i! YANKEE NOTIONS, TIN WARE, WOODEN WARE, OROOKERY,

of 1,010( tons burden,which will sail for Africa on doubt, If the Rump Congress\ allowed to hold another i who peel the has editor of a paper living so near us, "to-and
disposed
always appeared friendly
the 1st of November and May of each jear/ In aeeslon Their PresIdent ad interium, wouldbe wards our people," should take some pains to ascertain WINES AND LIQUORS

addition to many who are seeking passage in the commandt.r-iu-chlcf of the army and navy of the I the ruth of statement before publishing ,

the applications receh'clfor\ United: States, (If their usurpation Is submitted to,) it. Wo arev living; and suffering under the most :
coming spring, and then would commence a evolution, which grinding tyranny iu consequence of those emigration this fall Include nine hundred and I i end would he happy to have the
would deluge the whole l.iud, North and South, .
ninety eight; persons, t from the following named with blood. In conclusion, allow me to caution you against

)localities : Knoxvllle, Tenii, 200 ; Sparta, Oa, There h only one way to prevent this, and that Is items of local from this place. The tLIUICI'1 I FLORIDA MERCHANTS EXAMINE THESE GOODS !
of lies resides here of .
In the a .
46 Mncon Ga, 288; Colombia S. C., 203 ; prisons .
; for tho President to refuse to recognize the Rump I Radical follower, whose business fa to ,
Newberry, S C., 200 ; Bertie Co., N. C., 2j Ab- Congress, and to at once assemble the Constitutional },sunder our army people, and whoso amusement ia to I BELIEVING; IT WILL BE TO THEIR INTEREST

ingdon, Va, IfJi; Albermarle Co.. Va, 12 : t'hil- Congress of the United States There Is resnon to invent and circulat" fnlscliooils about them -

Hcothe! Ohio, 6. Total, 098 believe that he will 1 take this course It Is certain Fr.Ils'A: Dl a. II -

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THE VICE PRESIDENTS: ,-This-office has been pml, and requested to be Inforrred what powers the Hess ttregard| mid rant, I Orders the Attended
him in order from Country Promptly to.
constitution confers upon to eato the A
vacant on the following occasions, viz : GEonon correspondent of the Louisville Democrat, I
constitutional Whatever those
CLINTON, April, 1812; his term expiring March government powers writing fioin.New York, under date of the 30th
are, they Mill be used to the fullest extent. -
3,1813. ELDRIDOECERIWNovembcr,191.4bls; Such a weighty responsibility has never dc'.oUrd u1t". says :

term expiring March 3, 1857. Once by the resignation upon any Preldentsinco the foundation of the gov Gen. Beauregnrd is in town lie is stopping
I at the New York Hotel, which is, as it has been PHILIP DZIAL YNSKI.
of JOHN C. CAUIOCS, December 2S1832 eminent. Let jour leaders think for a moment, of ,
I for years past, the great Southern rendezvous InGotham.
4 his term expiring March 3, Ifc33, Three times ]by> the consequences that must ensue, if the President I The Geneinlcumc I a from
passenger oct 18-Sm 103 Bryan Street :and 70 St Julian Street.
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the death of Presidents IlAimuox, TYLER and yields to the Rump, snflln himself to be illegallydeposed Europe in the Ville d'Pnus! which awnedyester-(

LINCOLN, and the accessions of Vice Presidents and Imprisoned, and If the supreme eXecutive I day from Brest. lie is in excellent health and in

TAYLOR, FILLMORE: and Jon" oN: to the Presidency power passes into the hands of Cni.ni.ti Scar I I fine spirits, as will he i.my be-, seeing that his E. DSTWVTTT"kJLvJ. & COo '
one of the radical leaders The latttr : mission> to London and Pans,in connection with I
t.CRoriuo
-the former in April, 1841, the second in his Lou:siaua and Mississippi Kaihoud enterprise
will then have reached the summit of their dcbirc-
July, 1850 ; and the last in April, 1905-leaving No \\'Ia success I fir b 'yond his most sanguine tmtlciptlions IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX:
But will that content them ? They violated .
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the Vice Presidency vivant for the remainder of lie not only received all the credit
the constitution in order to set the slaves free. They he asked! for but to doubleor ,
their respective turns, tee Pre h1ent of the Senate violated the coustUutioii in o'dar to conquer the treble! the,amount.was pressed By Uis time accept, at ]least one I flLKEIL: ] r ; i : C I H. i YI A

having the right of succession to the Presidency.The Southern States They have \lolatcd the constitution !: ship freighted with railroad iron i I'J on the way \ r I '\ .

.pow era and duties of the Vice President and In the continued. exclusion of the representatives from Liverpool to New Orlmns, and othns;, will''I JI 1

the President of the Senate UM are precisely ot the Southern States from Congicss. They'{ quickly follow
pro I "*""'--A t /-'--!'
General is not much of
latter Senator are now rtsohcd to violate the constitution\ by deposing -' Bcaure'gard a talkingman
the same,except that the votes as a but ho speaks iu glowing leans of the kindness -
and has the casting vote the President, throwing\ him Into prison, Iud and hospitality which everywhere greeted GLASSWARE.HAVE .

--..--- making one of theIr own number Iresident., And, him among the great merchants and money kings j
what next ? of England and France." Tims encouraged! he returns ] --
liDu"'TRv-Tbe" Marianua Courier says : "LIT What next f Whj' what ts'Ill then remain ut our to his own country determined to do all in I ; on hand, and are constantly roctilTlng, The Largest Stock! of the above jooda> that hAS ever been
TLETON CK\siBiis8, age.sixteen years, son of I Constitutional Government ? The President I is his power to resuscitate the iUl1ustrial interests of I these. goods rea at in prIces the Southern a? market Being Direct Imiorttjr80iind :Jlanurnciurcicts'\ Agents, \\0 Are enabled to clTor

JAMES II. CUAMBIIS of this county, cultivated about all that rxmuliis. of it now', and when he i b I' his native State, prostiated! by the relentless hand I ...

15 acres in torn and five acres in cotton. Has emoud, what will there be left t The constitution I IIK of conscience war, and, the in tins fullest we can measure bid him of, success.with a clear lie Low as They can be Bought in New York !

_" housed two hundred and seventy-two bushels of i no more i regarded than an old rag. Without a i
New in of
to Orleans the steamer to-day.-
'//11 goes or any other Northern city, thereby savins the purchaser the extra : of Insurance and and
i expenses Freight.; : Breakage
corn and picked for the Gin two and a half bales Coustilutloniil Congress, without a Constitutional Yesterday he took a drive out to Central Park, also the double profits of the Importer and Jobber. Lists of Assorted Crates, containiiiir only livable c oocla,Ivlll\ bt
of cotton. With the usual appliances the crop President, without a Constitutional Government I\mIlt I is noted, as a curiytis iucideut, that while sent on
what better will we be than Mexico! Ins always been he was dashing along iu ono direction, General applicationQUEENSWARE
made himself. Com at $1,50 and cotton
was by until the but; four j'cure We shall begin to go Giant (who is a'so in town) was dashing along in HOUSE,
at 25cts, rather below than above the market another. It is superfluous to add that thocoui-
the round of one President after ,
through same another
I. price, his corp would yield seven hundred seven being deposed, whenever the whim to do so tesies which gentlemen usually exxhangu under 109 Brous'hton Street, Second Door West of :Bull;
dollars and \ cents. This boy has shownan these circumstances were! scrupulously. obsencd.
teen fifty :
seizes upon aRximp Congioit But first there will This SAVANNAH GEORGIA.
isIS it should bo
oct 19-u 8m ,
industry and application! worthy of all pi also be a bloody civil war, raging in all the! Northern_ I In grasping hinds on this occcasion: these two

and our Farmer's Club by its first act after permanent States The two millions oj Dotnociatt nhooted great soldiers felt that if \they wore enemies

organization should present him au appropriate for MeCLEHAN for President In 1801( will not nub- war they could be in peace fiiumU. No two living :BUGGX 1

I testimonial of the approbation of the mit to the tiller l extinction of their liberties and the men have Letter reason to respccfeachother I g

Club for his industry and zeal This incident total; suMerelon of the government, without a desperate and to, c&pciieire in all its fulness what the poetcalls I

demonstrates that Florida only needs laborers of struggle to maintain them. The result of "Tlmt stein joy which warriors feel I
this; stl'l1 \\iIll'l'obably depend upon the attl, i In foenien worthy of their Ucc!."
the right sort to dcv elope her resources and show
tude assumed b\- the army and ua\)'. Ph tons
her lands equal to any upland in the same latti- "Now, why cannot! the noisy blatherskites I Carriages
But all these evil 'nut. 'he avoided, If the 1'icei- are bent on keeping up the old feud between the
tude. dent wlllaet uu-l dctlsiveiy in the exercise ,
... boldly two sections imitate the noble example thus set I
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those: pow'is which the constitution confers upon them by these two great representative men of I ,
Co.NhE.uv'ATIV E GAINS m IDLA.Thc him, and which bb oath requires him to Use Ho the North and the :Houth? If the men who did ,

New Yolk World says the Democratic gains in must first refuse to recognize the Rump, as an llle- I till the hard hand-to-hand fighting!; during the AND HARNESS.

Indiana are very heavy, as compared with / gal body, He most then convene the Constitutional : war can thus shake hands, and forgetting I' .
thc past meet upon terms of perfect equality, .
There is a larger vote polled, and the 18/H'1 Congress of the United States. The radicals will surely the fellows! who staid at home to dodge I

save iu one district (Colfax's), is holly revolt at this They will not take their scats in a the draft and glow rich from"shoddy contractscan I

Conservative side. :Niblack, Democrat, in the Constitutional Congiess The six New England have no reason to hold."

first distuct, Is returned by 2,200 majority States will\ secede from a Constitutional Union, -..-... CHARLES VAN\ HORN & CO.
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They will attempt to raIse troops to fight againstthe I
RAIUIOAD The Pensacola Obtener
again j Ken: Democrat,in the second district,has : says
Constitutional Uo\erument. Very good, There the the twelve and
cars are n ow running to a
increased from 1,703 to 1,077; HINTEH, Republican will be another "sece iou," and another "jebel- half mile post, that is if there is a post there, Our No. 9 Stodciard's Range, Opposite Post Office)
gets less than 500, when his Radical predecessor lion," only this time it will be secession of sis I friend Palmes, the Conductor, his been a half

had over 800 ; JULIAN: in the fifth district Northern State, and the "rebels" will be the mUI.1 mile farther, bet he walked it. There is iron 'I 8AVANr

has liin majority cut down from 7,14:110: cal republicans, What ncxl enough on hand to lay one and a half miles more. tU CA.

f about COO. This is an enormous gain. In the There will be no war, no fighting 1'he President The bark Chanticleer, that was expected with II
mother cargo, has been out over ninety clays --
will have Usucd the necessary orders to General
sixth district, COBCRN has only 2,200" against and is no doubt lost.
GRANT and Admiral.ml!, GUT, and tho army and
7,988 hroyears since, WASITBCJIH, Republican ...
vIII be in the right place. The couspli' will --- 1
navy /
acy
In the seventh district, i is reported to have madea be nipped the bud The hollas co.jjus will be Female book keepers are very popular in the WflUFF: :S :CNflflOGENT' : 1\li Q

small increase ORTIX, Republican, in the suspended lu the New England State under "mili large cities just now. They ate careful correspondents

eighth district, has only 800 against 1,467 two and don't spend "till" money playing \ ; HC the c..lehrdlcd Wondra
I tary necessity, and the 'leading traitors" will be Concord BnlltlcS.hlcb are too well known to need< comment Alec, for
1 billiards! drinking or driving fast horsesA I 11. the celebrated DEMAREST; BUGGIES
,
drat
wince. II quallly, warranted at being fUl\Uullctured
There is noticable in the equal to
no change Also
'\ years arretted. How can there be any 'I\'al'r On the one .... I ham, at all Urnes, IIAHXESS oC all qualities any on
other districts.i We doubt if the Radicals will side will be the President, hU Cabinet, the Constitutional --w .- Being! by direct! "hlplel1l! from the faetorlea ot New York, and avoiding many ot the ordnr.r! charge shipment,
\\0 can sell at :: is
lawyer something of a carpenter lie
have seven thousand majority in the Congressional Congress, the! army and navy, and all the OCt 13-tf
can file a bill, split a hair, make an
entry get
upa
i I vote, against twenty thousand two years gallant soldiers, North and South, who fought under liame indictment
case, an empanel a jury, put
I, since. Wen done Democracy of Indiana LEE, JOHNSTON, BEAUKEOAIID, GIUJ.T and them in a box, nail a witness, and hammer a ;L.WHOLES4&IaE
.. .-. SHERMAN; on the other side will be SCSENCC, |I judge. tJ wm S T
I BAJ.KS and the Beast, and the bummers and camp. -4 i THE DATE OF THE NEC no EQCALITY PERIOD' followers of the army. Such "rebellion" will A great many anecdotes arc related of pcraon-

',The Cincinnati Enquirer, of last Saturday, goon be put down. bravery., We would like to see that man who
DALLAS.A would 1 deliberately allow woman to catch him : GROCER
says : The date of the negro equality period, in _...-,. making mouths at her baby. .

the Northern States, may be fixed at October 0 I, Correction.We .. ..
1800. In Ohio the negroes were allowed to vote, -.A.rJD: .
publish! with pleasure says the Savannah PtnDoNp.-The negro David Jones*, that
without distinction of color, at all polls-outside .
News and Herald, the following communication was convicted at the last term of the Circuit : "'
of a few counties where Radical Judges offlcia. Court of this County for committing t COMMMtON
.. from a gentleman of the highest re'spectabilit, rape upon MERCHANT
ted It was the sam,' III Indiana and Pennsyl negro girl,]1ns been pardoned by the Governor.
vania. correcting a paragraph which appeared In our -I'enearoGt Observer.. ,

paper a few days since in regard to certain difficulties .
One correspondent ,u rues us: about titles to property in Fernanduia.--i -- -S S. MILLER,- ;- -- 159 Congress:; Street, City Hall Building:

XENIX,Oct 18GG.-Every negro voted today We beg leave W assure our correspondent that octlS- \Vlm .
that offered his ballot : Duun: JJi SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.JOHN .
he statement, was given by us precisely as communicated
GREENE COUNTY OFnrt't1v"fullblown :
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blacks voted at this pre nct today, by our Infonnnut, who had doubtless I vcr.A.1.I1'\T'I:7'J.w: 't &iMahogony ,I I 1, H. A.-'FALMER -iL DEPPISlf

I The judges' took their votes, declaring that under been misinformed himself as to the true character jt L, VILLALONGA,

thy Civil Rights Bill they were liS well entitled of the difficulty : & Pine Furniture PALMER & DEPPISH,

i I to vote as whites. FEMTANDINA, FLA., Oct 15(), 1800. COTTON FACTOR :

f RICHMOND, ISD., Oct i II, ISdfl.-Tho judges MIL EDITOU:-I clip the following paragraph I PREN'ff AND COTTAGE CHAMBER Sk1'T5 --AND- WUOtESAlE DEALERS;; IX;
here allow full-blooded negroes to vow, the -AND3VIA.TTRI3SSES +
awe whites and fiom the New and Herald of last Saturday: : 1

?, Civil Rights as Bill, justify themselves under the APPBEHESDED DUFICVLTY AT FEEKASDINA.Ve I iQQ\NG: ( [ : -.Q A6SES. Forwarding and Commission! HAM WARECgfIe'll

learn from a reliable source that a serious
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i TLe Enquirer addss "We have no doubt that difficulty was apprehended!: at Fernandina on ORDER.

i1' throughout Ohio and Indiana, where mere ere W Wednesday .In consequence of a threatened MERCHANT,
t \ of'election attempt by tho Sheriff to eject several persons I II Xo. 147 Broughtou Street, file
Ra.dlcaJudges ,with rare exceptions, from JXTo. D4 EJny; trot ?, J ItftjeO roof, -
from houses which they had purchased the
of all colors allowed to vote. I SAVANNAH, GA.
were
'!.negroes Government about three rears ago-the right ol '! SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, I
I -----_. I redemption having -expired The owners contended 'PIt 29wSiuAdministrator's ___, AGRIOULTU'L' IMPLEMENTS

A Bio ntS ES'-.At tho annual meeting of that their property was exclusively their Sale 19-steam: _..,.__._ ____ I

the New York Clearing House on Tuesday it own, not recognizing the authority of the Sheri J F, F. IUTCREL & CO : POWDER, snOT, CAPS AND! LEAD, ,JJ
was stated that its transactions last year amount iu the matter, and threatened resistance by force TN pursuance cf an order from the lion, E. L, T Illnke.j. I
to $30,783,883,020, or nearly thirty thousand of arms to any effort on the part of the Sheriff to Judy cf Probate for the county of Leon, State: of I lorl' Cotton Factors and Commission 148 Congress and 67 St. Julian
I, I Btreet,
j million dollars. This was $17,024,024,723 great eject them. The military were ordered to hold lahassee da, I will dell on the at public first Monday auction, at In the November court house uut,In to Tal the Merchants.! :

.' er than the yearly average since it was establish themselves in readiness to prevent any breach of blgbcut bidder, the Bomb-east quarter of the northwest 75 yODIUS STREET, NEW ORLEANS SAVANNAH
I ed. The transactions tor the whole thirteen the peace. We shall probably leant further In a Quarter of icctlon 10!,lu township 1, north of range J,welt j Oct 15-sss 3m GA.
y few \ (the eouth-vt eet nnarter of the soutli-vrebt quarter, the north- :MITCHEL,PARLEY & co. _
of its existence foot 8158,070,311,871,83, days. i
up ,
years sass qnattcr ot the aoutb-west quarter, and the north-wed
or one hundred and fifty-eight/ thousand million Such a foul misrepresentation calls for correc quarter ot the south-east quarter of section J3:,hi ton nsuiu Commission and STATE \
dollars. It is a volume of business sixty times tion, and 1 must ask your permission to do BO.- f, north of range S, west; containing about one hundred Forwarding Merchants,, i SE3ITNARYTHE .
i greater than the entire national debt All this The hole statement i incorrect, except that ,and duty ((1Ij/, )) acres Also lot No. 17, iu the orldiial plan APALACHICOLA, 'LA.C.1.IURNERLYN. '
I1t[ the city and lot No 4, In the north"ncet addition l or the
Immense \business has been done; through the ordinary there was a difficulty apprehended but the disturbance city of TalUh&sseo, bcloo;tni; to the e.'ate of Jojeplf\\ )!- FEMALE DEPARTMENT
machinery the Clearing House without was expected l to hive bctu lade by .lauis, late of laid cuiinty, dcceaiod; fo be wilt ftr bait I ,,chargee re-olened !
cup, the otb<* iz months credit nf ".CI191ILES KLN3 ORE and Mn
I the error or the loss to the acsocStiou of& single lawless persons misting the Sheriff in the exe cu- r half' bOLOAION Q\V Eti6" Of. Jt:.BAINWRiDGE, OA. S. E. KENMORE the,Ro\ ,

i1 ItI)1Iu,. .. tjon of, hit lawful authority"J Yonr tatnmpnt of ..t' wt" Adm'rds'b ,, .\IAn ..twl9 J<>j N'lacue, I A Jsnri"I"lIt Faamship 1.1... .., 11.1. I pettfeularsnext. W911\\\1I1 COl.llpctent .Iaun"F EI'I', Fnrthes...$,

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-LOOK OCT.-Each subscriber ,,'bo : ;;: .---.. -..*..-.ft- .. .. -.. -- .. (
his paper, will soon find a X mark OPP9 I '. 7i
on the margin to indicate this fact. ; T, ;'Y i D&Al.nn 'II J\ f8/rnl1'ARID:/

If yon jvonldnwko the Sentinel n I EVERY VARIETY' ? f I OFFER
face, and save yourself "compunctious ( bo no
conscience" heed till silent request of : I : War I nr I Snperiorilifllncefflcnts.. ,I>

X mark. Sec: HOUSEHOLD ANO Of FICECHAIRS .+ TO BUYERS
We shall ba very sorry to drop a

our subscription llstl butw lire In \ \ now i
of be '
'PARLOR
kin; off the name of every on- who la : over I IMI'

th'first day qf Dcceitibcr next. Come, mxixo-uooM,
square your accounts before that day s
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pain of blotting your fnir nnino from

_______... \ with., on MATTMSSES, ;iBEDROOM SETS,

DEATH or :It 1\. L. K. STATNEn.-A
:South:\ Spring BodsAc IN AU THE I
this death ol :
ceived here announces : i lprl,
S;n, of I this city, ot Lnkc City 011 : : : : JSc. Ac NEWEST STYLES.WAKEROOMS .

1 A. M. .. _..
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A. II. BERN tends till hla energies to :
and satisfactory dhclmrgo of tho duti ,

and Commission Merchant, at Xo. 213,

Savannah! Gu. Send your co. 178 Brc>>"U.g.h1CJXl; S-tree-t,

and you will not regret the advlco wo :

-i_.. com {s .A.V..A. N" N" .A. :E[: cs- E o n. GT & .A.. '
tE8SRS.. IT. MEIXIURD & Bno., 72 i

103 Bryan strode, Savannah, are in : ; and on oct 10-Om Nearly Opposite St.. .A.iulre\vjs:; Hall.SiM'L ]. J
the Florida trade with their fine stock /: :

Huts fcc. When yon go ... ... 't'---.T;:... ... ,
Biota, 1 I f: li. JFllTOV. SiunnunliHILTON '\r U".n. v. : w n t'rm-r1 tn. .t-- -
n// will do, now that tho 1I r. BELL.: (;EO. W. TItr.. IIEMIY (..HniSTf.U
which we
( I WM. R PETTES & CO. I
call and make the & KANDELL
plete:!) be euro to
the Messrs. :MEtN Ant, and learn BBLLILLISCHBISTIAllMERC !in llBxchlill
i IVBOLIsSALEGROCERS Ballk rs nBalors s .
they can sell ;you iI I
I TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
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The members of the Scvtlnsf Sod icty AUCTION: ::: \\TILL receive Deposits, buy and soil Kxthnnee.. Coin
jnerial Association"! for Tallahassee, I 11 blocks.: Bonds, and other Securities. Will Collect \
solicited to meet at the Capitol on AND DEALCUS IN I Papers Otllco payable In the Mlmth.\\'c in Tallahassee, I1'n Hail and vicinity.Koad Bank Building

Oetobrr 20th. at 4 o'clock A full G Goor ra!lF ra o i rl t mmllll o n Wines, Liquors, \Xc.'. oct 138mALBERT! __. ___ _____.____ .____.._.
of
peclally desired\ as the organization I 103 BAY STREET, NEAR BAJINAHD; WILCOX. 'JIIUS. II. PALMED; I
Incomplete and one of the objects of
to remedy that defect. The fine for and holds ac. HANI'S; SAVANNAH, GEORGIA I A WILCOX & 00
; ; to all Orders by mall accompanied remlttanee,
the .
been remitted, it is hoped i
having that faro filled at tli i luwcet market_ price..-__._ __ _promptiJ'/! / FACTORS,
more popular.
become

L. J. GCILMAHTIN & Co. have an (Formerly of the firm of Coheus & hertz, of, this cll)'.1 : I1I1SSI0N di } GlldiYFORWARDERS. \
,'
in our columns which must not be nttentlon 1I"'ell'lO sale of Cotton and
From a personal acquaintance with fonml. PERSONAL of Merchandize. Commissisn Merchant & Factor, I --\ND---.
"We
qualifications of!Mr. GuiiarlRTniwe 21-1y 110 BAY STREET I
ommending this firm to all shippers Consignments Solicited. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.: I .

ber, lumber, wood, hides, &c., upon BAY STREET,
: oct 18- \\am.._ __ ____ __ __ ___ .,.
malt? liberal ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS u
of which they will XN'r.ERNAL a A.eTla N: 1'1'A.XX, G.. I...
requires one day, now, to get any of Hefer 10 Edw. I'udelfurd.OctuvusCohens. ,
through Savannah, where they will To us, or our friends In REVENUE STAMPSf i| Itonry Tirlglinni._oct 13- ,,6mi

market, or be shipped, in four days> to
SALE At
Liverpool) ) Boston New York I LATHROP & CO.
-- -- ,
:: 1. The National Savings Bank i
J. CUnDXER, Dealer in Domestic of ,
street Savannah, /' ot I'lIILDELPlIIA AXD BALTIMORE In the Old t'nlon Bank BuUdinjf.oit I I \\'UoI.E ALE DEALER IN
147 Brousjhton I

lishment that Florida and Refer to the Merchants of this.tlt>._____...oct 13-3in__ ls-wlra 12( j
merchants ought!; to visit before goln! ?; ; ( of and Bainbridge : ,W..
People Quincy r
_ added Mr. G.lnD'
chase. Freights!; :: ).
19lo83 New York ; and there I is no WHED & GORNVRLLJNos. \ WILL have an opportunity fur the next three weeks to J
Prac themselves with as line a Photograph or Am. I Ready-Made
Clothing
or responsible (gentleman] in the ; brotypo us can be produced nny>\ln r<;. ,
1* conducted with ft systew. and ). :My Gallery, for three neel, nlll bf open InQulucj', I Io"or f
ness
JIateria 159 and 161 Broughton St. Buckhart'n, next door" William :Jlunro. BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS '
cative ot the character of this ocua-Bt ... .. WM.: KL71NS.Je ,
-- -
and reHablmerc11nnt.. Obstet
-*>._i SAVANNAH, GA. GJ\1DN.EH: AIU'-ETri: OIL CLOTHS, LACE CCltTAlXS, SHADES: ,

CASE & HARRIS are both good names of WHOLESALE:: 1).1 t.LTilL TOLLOWISO: C C1O1>3 : 13!) and lit Congress Street)

which we are all familiar Bat the tem. D ALEItloSDOluestic SAVAXXAlt, GA.

who advertise with us may be fuund Tin Plate, Manufactured, oitH-h: __ .. .. '!'_ ___ ___
i
Forwarding! and Comml Dry G oods ;
Savannah
Viet1 Anvils Smiths' Bellow
:
ml: dealers in bacon, flour, oils, &13. ; : L. L. TEM I ILLY

The Commission Merchants in. /: ; !; (Insti-" ', Bar, Hoop, Band and Sheot Iron, ,
will bo the busiest class of 'r'J; D, Ob- UH8SS) ttViitc \, :
winter, Brass Foundry and air
Oval, Halt-Oval, Ilalf] Round Iron : $ i ROD mini,
J
CASE &
there, and for Messrs. a Einln'oiderit's j .
Goods Laceliibinills
I \ ] ( -
as much patronge! as they arc :Mace and 1og Chains;, TALJ.A11ASSEE. FLA.

will be all they can attend to. Axles t s'oti ( llsitleiiMMi's IIoo:: ky :
....... Springs, ENGINES AND MACHINERY
>Ith tho
G e e Mats,
Tho Florida Branch Railroad, ; : 9 to 11 I Cubbs, Him Spokes];: I of all kindput up and icpalrcd

vannah! Albany and Georgia Railroad op. Bodies Straw Goods: : :a.-ass Cas1i :n..g's
went into operation yesterday the 2: JI D ; Buggy I IASD
ul'lilY/ patter furnished to order.
meats have been made with these Silvered Carriage Bands,

ing ton} direct with the and Florida speedy Railroad communication to! Ced :: ; M D ,; Black Enameled Leather( A Well-Selected Stock of Millinery Goods, WroughMron IRON CASTINGS Piping Supplied.

AND LADIES' FANCY GOODS.
vannah and stations on these $103: ; Patent Dash Leather !
fionijtu; JJ poundIn weight Inruishcd.
the sale cf through tickets between ; ; [ ; .,v. 117 Urougliton Street, near Haniuud,
Quincy Tallahassee, Monticello :\ B. Enam. Mu-slin, Drill and Duck, SAVANNAH, GA. Terms Cash on Delivery of Work.Shop .

City, Jacksonville aud between these : Cut Nails and Spikes on the south bide of the street leading! out to thu
Thomasvillc, Qultman and Valdosta. oct 1'-um: -- -.. College ____._ oct fl-H!
the 23d the trains will leave Tallahassee Pocket and Table Cutlery, L.OUJLMABTIN. JOIIH FLAXNERT.;; E.W.D I1MXOSD.: "Long Pond Mill.

arrive at Savannah: at 0:10: P. M., and Locks Hinges tfcc.: L J. GUILMARTIN & CO
13 at night. Leave Savannah 7 A. :)L, I '

ville 1 A. M., and arrive at Tallahassee / : : '_ Files of all kinds, COTTON FACTORS rpHK i friends uudereipned and the public take! this genoiully method that uflutoimhiii no) Is now! prepared his
v.U to furnish Lumber of the best
quality at short notice
-- ----- Bar Lead and Shot, and on ai reasonable terms of any mill In the State,
L C. TE3EAU. W. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION Mv Mill Is located ia mile due east of Talliihnsaeu, aud
Axes 8 miles north of Matiou J.'o s, Ten, .su tOu. l!. It.
TEBEAU & I 8cfy. '_ocl d 4-lrn_ ._____ _. Jo'. M. BU.NKKK.; '
And a complete assortment of Hardware. MRCI-3GANT 3,
(
Wholesale and Retail Dealers WEED & CORN WELL. 148 Bay St., West of tho Exchange, FALL AND WINTER GOODS

SAVAXXAIl, 05A VI' THEFASHIONABLE
,BtlDTS 8H'L < Oct: 18-evs3m -. -_. MILLINERY
nONSIGNMENTS! solicited upon which liberal adVance -
THE TIME (/ will bo mudo. Particular attention given to AND
attd1: "' The NOW IS the sale of Cotton and Merchnndlze, and to ailing\ orders '
EatsDTrunk$, bu kept for Timber, Lumber. Wool, Hides Ac._oct IH-wBm '
TO SECtRBB.A.B.GAXNS Dross NakBr's Estahlisllll1
,
Norlh-East CORNER BULL AND : : ) .
BRYAN HARTRIDGE & CO.
up. I : OFMRS.
SAVANNAH,
months .
each I I AT THE Commission Merchants OK A LAMB,

WE Florida invite Merchant tho attention Hud of share In New ClothingEmporium | OPPOSITE A. HOPKINS' STORE.

Planters to our7G I AM) MKS. LAMB ro.l>cctlully infoima the ladies ol' Talla
cent. ONE DOOR NORTH OF WM. P. SLUSSER'S. i and vicinity that Mho has just returned from
.A. P. O33: I BROKERS, |I New York city wltb a jjonoial( assortment of broods( in her
ANDWelA. JACOB lUEKHIM line of business, comntitiln tho latest styles of I Ii
are I NO. 1,03: HAY STRISKT. t

.. csoi'ted South : i.Xorohnu."t:: Tailor: SAVANNAH, GA. i i Dress Trillings, Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,, &c ,

And would respectfully ask Com AND DEALER LV. whlch;! for:: et .!k.jjleaiuiec: and riihn: <;sa.I b uot urllllB.,1
J IHU N11ENTb of Cotton mud Produce nolicttio.J All klndo of work In her line done ,
I promptly and warranted
Examine oar Stock before Baying > READY-MADE CLOTHING \Capt.Planturs'J. T. hupplica DEfiXARU! furnlsbcd will act at as best our rates.agent In Taltaeeiie i to flt. --- -----...--..-Oct 8-tf
ha and forward Cotton if desired I
.
FOR HEX\ YOUTHS AND BOYS.Gentlemen's : NOTICE.
At we are determined to toll at I I oct lil-3m_
ob" 17. N.' Jhllm6.I | IS hereby given that application hi be made,at tho next I II
TaoW3'r :IR..o..' Furnishing Goods, I I-C. M i L session ol the Geuenii Assembly for uu aincndmcut or
t active I alteration of the Charter of tho I'mFacolu
and Georgia
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, ic. CASE & HARRIS
And on the Navy I Rail RnadCunt to authoilzo said Company to dlspocei
) ofF I I i of the Branch Rood, Iron Ltvo Oak to thu Qeorula Line, '
Mao, on hand variety
constantly
as the &COfflISS'N MERCHANTS
MOST REASONABLE FORWARDING i and the Franchise furespectthereto, anti for other pur-
\ tbo I R E N a l( BKOAnCLOTUSilk ) < poses K. UUL'bTors.
D9swtfNev ; I AND UEAI:: KH9 IN !'At! t t'oIJv. X (In. It. H.
sept Aug. 13111BLACK.
.
_
: Mixed and Fancy Cassimeres, Bacon, Flour, Oils, &c. &c. I _

Millinery )MARSEILLES, DRILLS, I Jone Upper Block, J93: Day Street I SMifHTNGnnilK I

: *, I SAVANNAH, GA.
(I I And a General Assortment ot the Finest KluCkemlthlng bn luue),iu all of itu. ill illlrlous
the ob oet1 -8111 ..._ _.___ X "/ brlnch"811 bo rnrrlod on as
heretofore at thc old bland of H. D. FITTS,;
to VESTINGS
MISS E. J, STEPHE glad I P H. BEHN by the undersigned, under this uporintcu-
deuce of lIE I1Y HICKS,
RESPECTFULLY!:! she ie\ receiving the Ladles a yin.. IjIlSTEXT GOODS ;, Factor & Commission Merchant, I Tallahassee,Auj, 23V.Wakulla; ELIZABETH 0. FITTS,

le ted stock of 1 &ic.:1; :. &c. &o. -- ---''' --'
NO. S13 :MAY STKFJ'I1.: I

Fall and Winter f I i I may:.!2GmI ._ SAVANNAH, GA. I Sheriff's Sales .

of the latest styles consisting In part of Nation. !: H. C. RUWE, &T Ktlcn to Uon. J. E. Iiroonie, New York. II I 1>V virtue of an uxucuilou N-mod from tha C'lerk'e oolce I
) the
of Circuit Court of Wakullti
Plbboni Flowers, Feathers, Laces Jet \\) and oct Itt-w8m county, and to ni"
and :: ---t I directed, wlieruin Alfred U. Uarvujr, Executor: ',
wreaths, &c., which she offers to her \ Comer liryun and Bt. Julian Bta. Monument Square, ,. Uplalutltt
and Ureer M. button i. andwill
other I dulVndaut. I have\ luv led upon
I SVANNAH,
public generally QEORQIA. otter for tale, before the
: I Court lloun.' door at Craw.
ON REASONABLE and among us WUOLESilB VEAUIl IN H. MEINHARD & BRO foidnvlllu on the drat Monday In December next, within
I tha usual hour of sale time lullowlng property, tu-wit:
Call and examine before purchasing i! Liquors, Ales, Wines and Segars, I bectlou *a, towu.hip 4, iiin;;u {, south uud wt.t, tit
DKALEltS IN
from a distance promptly attended to. \ hundred soil forty OiliJi iicifn ; and the utitli-"il quartet)
-oUD-
lection 2t+. mid toulli-iM-l I grater t'f section 30 and thu
OEXN:: J3. .' : I COMMISSIONAUo J.\lIiJHCH.\.N'r, CLOTHING FOOTS north half of bicilan lit, toOl nol1111 a, range 1, south and ,
Agent for liiningor'> celebrated Wines and Llqiiore.NOTJCE. ,, e.ibt, .Ix himdiud stud r..c.tUU / acres ; and tbo touth- 1
OF FLORIDA, west quarter uf keotinu )! i, range i, south anti
., .' WITrf I --oct IIHy--- -- '_ I east one hundred Mild ably ((110) acrvr. Ctmtalning lu all 4 1
I I :HATS ETC.. 1,4-10 acre, tt wn which shore ari valuable juprovvmeut !
hfHll UJ ?E m t tfl U ; Also.tttytO) head ol MItUv! '''o ('.')niulev.,one((1)luaro
s and colt two (|iv cau bixtoon (le) bail of b"6:'.,uudthree
wceka lifter date the undorirlgnad will apply to the 72 St. Julian and 105 Bryan Streets hundred IU>!fifty ((060)bueheIs.r com.
;:' Boots and Shoes Ilonorabl.i J1lgeof Probate ot Leon County for Letter Levied on at tins jiropiirtyol Uroor M. Sutton, and! to ba
,'!, of Admiubtratlon outlinKblatoof Dr. J. B. 'r Hylor. told! to satisfy> said vtariitliui; cud fot.1,lliii this "7. '. No. Conrllnudt.SU.pl I", New / late of said county dtCMtnit.tti.wiiw SAVANNAH, O.t \, September,1300: ,, A. HALL .
jnly f tlar L A.- iP"lO t>'p80S- 18-11'. .... wpm 27.wln Sh, rif TVtktUU fQnltl\ .I






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=:..- ::.:.--- -'_- --- --- 0. W Soott W. OK Poole. A. M. Scott. i I A t AND LE' S
Editor and Proprietor. '
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OLIVER,
J. B.
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1 DaD, 1I,1 5ockat.Joinl L Natural 0 e kis Mollvu .1 Ih.
II Ankle, like the rind I!.

.1'.1I \ MERCHANT TAIlORS GO.I LIFE-LIKE ELASTICITY

I "f I SCOTT POOLS & -

...: --...... -.::..;: ;I ;TALLAHASSEE! :: KLA | INVENTED BY SURGEON''Ii

I' Ttilaiaaasat Tne dar. October 23< 18 OB.., I
i THREE PATENTS IN ARMS !II
1 t. ure taw rec lvllI Msortmvnt of Cloth,
j' TJlltt"ST\: : "tE : Cas- I
) A CUNCHEK-A HOME letter I elmer Vesting* Linen Oooda Clothing and fornlfhlne i -0.-
month OooiU' consisting: to part of tho followl" : J l Xcw; Oilcans : No. "7 et!.
; written two by ; nc PretOfle
j I which was some ngo Fine Hlnck Blao and Brown Broadcloths! ; I OFFtr't j ( At, iusta, Un., t m aoof to the ". _
I lion. Umv-VKD BATES has just found Its way intoprirti. Black Doeskin, Fancy Spring Cftiaimcret:

ti" I .I't, to.whether Thf! letter Mr Is Li5COL pre icl\lccl> did,upon or did a question not, require -.,, Bine Black"ll1l.FlAimcl.;,aiid'olored.Colored*,Black and Italian Funcy flrap'd Cloths Linen Etc;hucl; : ; 1IIOLESAL A I JD! RETAIL STORE ;: DOUGLAS Burgeon IDLY mid, :AnatomletAddrcssCr. \I. D., .

aa
White, Colored at nearest Ofllcc.
Fancy Linen Dril:!logs : fy'i Ely _..J Iuly 21-fm
i ; the written opinion of his) CabInet in answer Black and Brow Silk Mixed Coatings: .

to 'the following' interrogatories' "1. Is the I BlackSilk Fancy and Whlto Velvet Marerlllcn and l'Iilk' Vestiagst' ; I : t'IIE1 'LOlttn.A

f '1 1 J 'said act constitutional? 2. I* it cxpedicntr" White Brown and Bnfl'Lincn Shirts'T.IncnsndFaperCollar'LIsleThread: ; :EXCrJ.r:1.IG.E: : : :

to the act of Congress for the admission Cotton-and' Merino Half Hose ; I
referring
F'LAL : OF ;.fOXRnT: ,
1 : Finn Cotton and Gauze Merino t'Mor.hltl-. 'I.\A.LLAHAS8EE, OS THE CORNEH STREET\
1; of West \Virginia a Plate into the Union.31r. .- ;, Finn Linen, Fine Joans ; ;TTT* I ore'o3trtinn CArtlor.,

J'','' DUES wag then a member of the Cabinet I, 1Aela Cotton Thread flannel, Berlin and Mtrlnot'ndcrfbirte and Kid: Glove; ; .,mss-,,,"+'r tCj.,,. ',. i" ae.. ...,.s....,..,""e
.
,and, what he says must be taken as er cathedra.He I Handkerchiefs, Black and fancy Silk Ti"i andCnstst; t'" r::" !, ,,, Ilysupplied .,-"'-- .-- .- .
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SnBprmlTf." ra'hmern CHer hirt8; "* with the vcry ":s ; ,n'
of those documents
says he has! the only copy
i i'I ", .private hands, though the original nro in the ,: AL. ; I LIQUORS FI r.ST C'1 : ::::!JIi, rr.f.:5-7.'i:: : -

I.r. proper depositories! Washington. MEN: YOfTHS AND BOYb'SPRINGANDSUMMER. ;;; I (that can. he ..jound. ...--

Ii : In concluding a letter!! (Ion length for our mlnmns _
tT ICE will be kept on hand every day during the summer,
t' Mr BATES pays and every refreshment provided lint can be found In any
; "WC ail consiui'l alt urmuiuii/u ui Bt",.cs-tuu: : a similar! iblinhmeut in the South.,
U Ljw i-LLJN-C In our READING ROOM will ic found a select lift of
law and and rebellion ,
in
politics,
a
mera nullity of the
lato Netyppnpore, from every part country, KciuiA70
\: \ personal crime, punishable by law. It never Bras I I mch 27-tf and SIUW.
.
1 -- -- --- TllEL.\.RGE > COMFORTABLE: EILLIA'RD:
t. the doctrine the Republican party in Sir. Lincoin's -- SA-
lifetime, and, I believe, !is not now thl\t\! I LOO: lIp atnlre, will prove a pleaxjnlptaio of resort to
WOOD & MANN STEAM ENGINE Sort
: secession CO'S Stock of Goods of Every those who indtil'mo
State can get out'of tho Union by and CELEBSt-A/mD _may8i-tf___ W: A.NOWLIN
rebellion\ That is a late invention of a few en-
I lerprising, extreme Radicals, who have labored
Portable Steam iYY BARNETT & CO.
I in vain to fasten it upon the Republicans as one Engines I i ,
: ;, ot their tenets. President Lincoln and both COTTON FACTORS, .
of their solemn ... ...._-
Houses
I Congress, by repeated, i -- 'l" ,
acts, arc pledged to the contrary. They passed ; "r. -.' --= i EYED ROUOJI'I' 1'0' 'rillS MARKET Grocers cwl General CommissionEROE3A.t..Tt.rSJ
the'West Virginia bill, which, according to the I< lj :J"?,
: plain provisions of the Constitution, could not'' ;

e have been passed unless Virginia were !a (state in I! .. .
I COLUMBUS OA & ArALACiriCOLA
j the Union, with a Legislature capable consenting ttfi1M : FLA

t. I I to the dismemberment. The President, with JI O j WHICH WE OFFER TO MERCHANTS, PLANTERS AND OTHERS TKOMFT attention tlvcn to nil Consignments and Shipments .
the advice and consent of the Senate did nil he
: i J. Cotton to New York, :Sew: Orleans and Liverpool
could to extend: judiciary system of the United fJ: .. -'" n .io Llberil advances made on con2lrnmcnt.0 .,
I StAtes into (states which had passed ordinances of ; : --

., secession! ;and whose! people stood in open rebel I .. ,q .'!"'r "l'H i Receiving and Forwarding Houso '

lion,by appointing District Judges in Virginia?, I "': ,J I It. APALAC1TICOLA, FLA.WE .

Tennessee,Alabama, Florida ana Louisiana, and '1"F ....OOl..Un<:(';::.,. q
; both Houses of Congress admitted members from :;..=-- : GASH PRICES Cv !
td.lli"Yr -.wr 4IIi "t .. AT THE LOWEST reepectf roily cnll attention to the fact, that we hire
i Virginia. Tennessee and Louhlillnt :\." { i: _,' """"l.;'.!m established a house in Apalachicola, FlorIda,for tho
t .__ _._._ ___ (; \Ii '""-- 'I:"" ,:' I purpcfc of doing a GeneralCOMMISSION '

.PRWIDEXT! JoHNSoN: TO nc EXECUTED .f ..... -_.- -k ''ft 1.f"d :, : : AND FORWARDING .
,
I. $-" .. hfCJf. Bualncs lla lnc catibllahed relations! with some of the :J
'Among other terrible things with whkh the President --'-"'- '-" "m -" ,,
4 I : 1:11"Y .. : rer +vt lxavrrssixvu rvt" beet houses in Foreign mind Domestic port, wo
m' : .
is threatened by the Radicals, is the following '\ -'_:,.='-=. '.... : ,;-;. are prepared to offer unusual BilvantRgcs to
'C
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;& :;;;; -=-- "- shippers of cotton and other produce.
which appears in the Chicago Tribune. The i Special attention will be given to all
i I writer is talking about a war which is to follow From Five to ThirWonr Horse Power, Cotton cent us for calc, either! in

certain contingencies, and says : I Our Wholesale and Retail Departraents are Separate our own ZL\HK or any"T.Foreign
ALSOPORTABLEJ5AW In addition to our Commission iiidlnees, trill
\io keen conetantly -
!"It will be a war in which then v ill be a fUt?' I oil band a large stock of
I tive President followed the execrations of MILLS.
by n I
I' betrayed and outraged people; there will be a'I GV s.- c> o o X" :i o raj .. ..
\\7"E have the OJdhtllrgest and most works Which will be offered
complete I t to Jlerchnnte and Planters at prices
I war in which this second treason will be made aa t in tin United Stateedevoted exclusively to the manufacture saart r.>::w mrn3:u"""'a- >tra in tho Northern and Wotern Mnrkot, merely adding! coet
I odious as he ever wished the first to be made: ifrortnbleEngines and Saw Mills which, for of tr.cost>ortl1tion.
: yr! there will be a war in which the apostate traitor, simplicity, compactness power and economy of fuel, are We wIll be prepared! to accommodate[ our friends with
I himself Dictator, will become conceded by esperts, to be superior to any ever offered to advances on C01 TC'f scut in for shipment or sale, and
styling: an object the public. .
furnish them with begging and rope for the coming crop
i national scorn during the last hours of his Tho great Amount of boiler room, fire surface and cylin We Stock of and during the entire era on.
miserable existence, and finally, in his execution, der area, which we give to the rated horse power, make ale just Rcceiviuf our N. B,-Onr house in Columbusl Oa, will be continuedat
: I furnish an example for all coming lime of the our.Engines the moat powerful and cheapest In ube ; and the old stand,corner and Broad streeta.BARNETT .
,,1 they are adapted to every purpose where power h required.All .
fate which traitors and usurpers may expect at. slice constantly on band, or furnished on short I & CO.
the hand of a free people devoted to their liber notice. june 21-6m.
I I'f Descriptive circulars w lilt price Hat.sent on application.! .
\ ties. ._ WOOD; MASK; STEAM ENOU-ECO.' .
J' r,0.fr. i Branch Office. W Malden Lane, >.,Y. City. ALL AND WINTtR GOODS GENERAL:
A SAD FACT.-It has been ( oustl'llt.cd that Ullca. N. Y., ang. Sb-y. _______
T
\ until some persons can be found to take the "irondad"

oath, there will be no mail contracts takenor J. II.. .SANDERSON.C... ... ... .K.. WILKINSON.. . .
post offices established at places anywise remote Insurance AgencyRisks
from the great thoroughfares of travel in I
this State. This is anything but a pleasant reflection -j I' And have in..Store :
SANDERSON & WILKINSON
but is nevertheless tru. To the honor ,
; 'i i< of our people be it said, Hint so true were they to taken by the following< Fms'J'

what they conceived to be a sacred cause, that' I
they all disqualified themselves for office on account -I VTHOLEbALE DEALERS IN'L'N'DEIJ ;; CLASS Companies, against Lossor

of the oath, and mail contracts and post! I OaliCOBS! llolaiuBs Poplins amI Dross Goods of. All Kinns! tl ,
: master's places go begging. Would it not be Damage: :: by,
: well for }Ir. Wed, Agent of the 1\ O. Department
to get some ladies, who are not disqualified -
H-ag &
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: ,'to fill these places.! We believe our whole Sattalery ',"j P-fJ[ ElP 1.n &III
I : people would be satisfied with this arrangement.A i \cachecDon\.esi\cs 6i9!!
I gentleman in our office from Shell Point yesterday '
complained bitterly of this deprivation to \'OY1)Qe.'i>\\Ci> r. f_ BY THE
I his section and other places in the State.-If loridian. -- ... .; ..
Gulf Stale
: ST. \NDKE\VS HALL \q"l\ \cy Insurance Co. Tallahassee
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: Tin PJIOFEJOT- OF JOSEPH E DWlGen. I \\\c.v>,O\\\ \\\\\t.V>, K 'j T/iP f ;;. Gn. Home In ul'auceCo., Columbus.

: Howard has! ordered the rents that have accrued DROUCHtONSTREETSAVANNAH! "V (
: "C'e.b., r : ; ioj i- .' Homo
Insurance Co.
upon the property of Joseph E. Davis; brother of | l' J. ; ; Savannah
'l I Jeffewon Davis: to be paid to him from and since ', (GA. 1 1 Vase\C\1C!e.'b, .
the date of his pardon papers, which were issued I I Southern Iits & Trust Co? do

on the 28lh of March last, but not forwarded to .. C\ot\\S ,
him. until early in September. The value ot I -lady ... --"I /\ ., '- Empire State Ins. Co., : : Augusta.
,. V\t\\\\\e.\' cx\\ Co\o'
these rents is not t fur from twenty thousand dol. 6tfiAIn : : rs;

I lars per annum ; so that, in cfl'ect, Davis receives I EEHARNESS : ; '.' 1'P,1) C\1N1'1S Home Insurance Co., : : : Eufaula.
probably as full, or nearly as full an equivalent, ,- ,--" ,
in the way of rents! upon his .is if the : -I-, "B\\\t.1) ,\\\\\\.%, Jefferson: Insurance: Co., : Virginia.
restored 11q'.r.k' h. jl""
property itself had been fully to him.j .- I AND CARRIAGE I II '
I I ,. ,,,,. \,1 u.'_:(.1.V ., \ '"
I T The question of the restoration of this property Ii i """ .'} )h' ) ', ,-n\Q\u. ..uC'b James:! Hirer Insurance( Co., do
has been before General Howard for some time, i
I It j :
,tr! but he prefers! that another,and not himself,shall | ESTABLTSmiENT.I 1 I .. : '-. ',J. '. ,-. ... ,. 'If U r ". ; '.. Vt"L\.\\ e\\u' Home Insurance Co., : : New York.
?, ,r. [ order its restitution. I am told that the property I ,. .," .I .
'i',I 'I'I i of Jefferson Davis is also"included in the amount Underwriters' :Association do
&i&" f I held or claimed by his brother, one title covering HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LAICGE ASSORTSISMT I ,

II the whole.-Dispatch to, J>hila.. Ledg r. J of Goode,coualBtinjj of In.fact A Large and Complete Stock of Home Insurance Co., New Haven
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'11 The Bumpier Ga. is GculI men'B and Ladies' Saddles Putnam \
( ) Republican Insurance
responsiblefor Co.
Hartford.
,
I I Fine Doable and Snicle Huracao, : :
f! the assertion that a good deacon recently addressed Bridles, Collars and Whips, I .

t a Sabbath School, and made a point by Shoo Saddle FimUngs Cloths: of every dCECriiition,' National Insurance Co. New OrleansIVIAEINh

the following anecdote : leather Traveling of Satchels all kinds and, Trunks I Domestic_ Goods of all Sorts !

,: ; "Children," continued the deacon, "you all Saddle smut lljrneas llardworo, .
a know that I went to the legislature last year.- Carriage and Trtvnmlnp's. I
i it Well I went to Augusta, and took dinner at a Hnfc7 Wagou! Shafts Buggy, SpoUce! Jlubp and Rims, I' _... ......i--- AND
:I" tavern ; right beside me at the table sat a member Muggy! Axles and SiiriD:;s, --
Ana nr 0\0. ha"t. henna INLAND NAVIGATION
:. ," ken.dinner before at a tavern in hisTife.'lJefore : CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.t ., ,I: lJq ,
his plate was a dish of pepper, and Ire kept looking i !hti' ? jtJ-m '2 BY TIIEGulf
at them ; finally, as the waiters were mighty of every dcucriptiou. .w4) C } ,
I
t slow bringing on things, he np with his fork and JfachineBclting.Work made to order mid HepaWflg! done with dll. -u (\r (IJJJ !OJ f BV State Insurance
j jl'1 M in less than no time he soused one into his mouth I IAi Company.
,i"II he brought his grinders down on it, the tears Agent furYheeter Wilson's And Howe'a SEWING
I Georgia Home
came into his eyes. At last, spitting the MACHINES. Insurance do
into his hands, he laid it clown by the side pepper of his Oct 21J-tf ____. _._, J. E. PUHDT. \&1x\ U.\\l\ \a\J, 1l\c\\e\, '\tau\\d '\tacauas,
)plate-and with a voice that set the whole table Eufaula Home Insurance doUnderwriters'
In a roar, exclaimed: 'Just lie than and cool T. H 30LSHAW & CO. lW\C\O\\'b', I\; \tc\\ Gt\\\\\W\C' '

----- Z\\\.cn: Can \)\ \Cl\\ dlerel\\e5s. 1\a\rt ax\\\. Ta\b\ \ \ ,\ ed., Association.
j fNorthcl'n paper says the Danville Times J WHOLESALE DEALER INCROCKERY
r ;.discusses the probability of a Wilt in 1888, be- i Lace setts, o\\tw. +. (V3$5 s, &.c. Sic. National Insurance Company.
} tweeD the democrats awl radicals, from the resulfof -
tho Presidential election I J.IF'E: POJ.ICIES

I \Gentlcmcn, don't fight I If you do, Count; us I : .
iStttW We can't shoot-we can't li In a cartridge CLOAKS M ANT ILL AS SHAWLS BY TilE
our health'a awful bad; we limp ; we stammer ; j *
w and swaybacked livers don't
;jour work; our CUTLERY
heart's diseased ; nfe have a mighty ailing in our I OP! NEW YORK.
hll rdJ thllt. doctors 3E3Ctf at:1d: : Cap .
!, can't tell am thing!; about; I6Y
we can't look at !blood without faintiu;. Wecan't (i- : / iii And against the I.os-rLif; ;; or Personal InJury -
die a hero, all in a fuss! -narry time werau't '! "I.rmM'vgJ I I -'m' I'' 'IA''I' I IIII I Ly the
( .
I and In the language of an illustrious con .I.. :: .-- .. _. ..'.
script! 'we'd lather' be hung, any way, than die I I Traveler's: Insurance Company
,
for our country ,
Another war 1 0 cracky I Rats to y'r holes I KEROSENE LAMPS, \
Lie down J.grab a Government contract of some ;j' To arrive in a few clap, Groceries; Hardware and Cutlery, Wood aud OP IIAllTFOUD.

sort, if it'u to make nitre I j J-otisaf\rrniHhirigf: : GOQds, Willow "Ware Jron Boots and Shoes, Clothing.-,N otionsJ. Crockery and -
...-.- .. -- f" 3 FOR Policies any oftUo above Companies) ap
A National Convention of Infidels: assembled I&c. Glass Wtire and everything to make jnipjeto stock all to the undersigned at the oflieo of the
i of
j &O. up a which GULP STATE INSURANCE!! : COMPANY in Tul-
.at Philadelphia on tho 30th ult. Tho organization ', .* lahassue.r "

dates back to 1843, but only thirty delegate] e 1 'PLUJI AND 101 BRYAN HT(?, I .xrtt-tfJ] .___ __ B. C. LEWIS.
the .
at
were present recent meeting. / .';\j: .. '. I I
; -__'__- I' : Will he $old Low for Cash !, r) 000 A YEAR made ty any ono with $ie $-
.}Cr* Quilp. Las just discovered that thcbuJquit'adiffcreuca .Savatinaft(4orgia.(i : ;, '.' -. Stencil: Toot No wuerlcnco: m-ceeaarr.
I '"', # : bile Prceidcnts Cashier, and TwMiu'cn 8 Bauks in-
,
I bometimoti, betweenvonrVlioJce 114\10; I 4 a* '. # I .-" n .. : ..... ," -r' .a I dose the circular Sent free with gamplci.. Address the
and l Inking; Jt msy 54-i sly Sip t.6-m ,I American'ui''HIII Stencil. Tool Works ;feprincOelil. Vtrmon



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