The Florida sentinel

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The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title:
Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Creation Date:
May 17, 1866
Publication Date:
Triweekly[ -1866]
Weekly[ FORMER <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note:
"Whig" <1842>.
General Note:
"In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note:
Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note:
Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).

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; After the reception Gen. liongstrcct reply Jellereon country, Ind WHS 'o have been:

WAn DEPARTMENT, ,offered n toast to ''home,purl dresses ram!'rigid, on Ins Ihursrlaytd a lady named'

(ESTABLISHED IN 1838.) AnJUTANTGENBRAt's OFI'ICE1 the Southern Indies) wear," preceded by a Jones, On Sunday! ho called at the house

PUBLISHED Y ]III)]{POT I WASHISOTOS; May 2 1800.Order ( few remark-, snowing ho determination\ 01 of his 'Intended, and the snino day Lo h of
the speaker to pursue peaceably, and quiet. ll.i in bourne sick; the died! the tamejiight
in Jlrln/ion ]
Tuesday to by lfllitaryCourts the honorable he has chosen advising and
Thursday and Saturday. ly calling he on Tuesday. The affair is as sad
.- and Comin'siions.Gencrnl all to shun extremes, as we are III aa singular.
: Orders No. 20(\ : that condition, politically, in which we cat ,
A Now York who had, *
TERMS--Cash In Advance. man, no, beet
find! no plank or platform to stand ;
Wood Working Machinery Whereas some military commanders arc upon I out of the city for m rfy fainted'away
rer Annum-tliree times a week._......$5 00 embairasRed d uhts to the that \\t likely to prove acceptable to IheI i yean,
by as oiein in I the air of the Us
Xa. (Id twice week................ 4 00 SAWS, BELTING, Ac. &.o.OCT. lion of the of the President powers that mny reconstruct.Dr. pure country.
,, was resusciated deatlfi.h'onloi
b o. do O"Oe.week.._........._M J 00( dated tIle second 180(5 Win. ]J. Smith: ouVed the following only by putting a
: OVX. .A.1.\IX E t S day of April, upon none, when ha slowly revived, exclaiming .
W'Thont rates p'ftt the -'Sontlnol" within th. CEI.EDltATEDPortable trials by military courts-martial and military toast : ; '-ThatV good- smells like
of ollpnses finch It Is Robert E. I ee-"The greatest of mod "
reach very ran n the Slut. to remove doubts home.

--- - -.;..,.. ... -- Steam Engines ordered l hy the Pi evident/ iliat- ern generals .
HATES OF ADVEIETISIKO Hereafter, whenever oflVtises committed Gen. J/ongstreet replied : That language James Iittlewor;, of Plymouth, Pa:,.'
failed to Ins admiration for now 78 old is the father of
by civilians ore to \be tried where civil express great years thirty-omr
"ro: at PAID 1'01\ ix ADYASO : tribunals are In existence which can try Gen. Lee, but he would be pleased if the children the oldest of whom is filly yesrsi:

tires "li them their not authorized to he "lIerlll'ould ho so'sn' uatrd that he could mid the youngest four months. He H,li"-,
satire, ( Nonp"roll here,) or loss, for the cases are "
and will not lie before military give thud command : "JJy nations, right ins; with his fourth wife, whom ho married
nrot insertion. .......?._....?..... (1 00 brought
couiU-innrtinl commissions but will wheel." nt ihe age of fifty-uitl; she being then u'
Each subegnenttri.ertiof ........ 76 or i
Col. U U Lawther offered the follow. little Indian of 14 "
; be committed to the civil author. squaw
Eitnto and Legal Notices to be chargedthe proper '

came as transient ndvertlnomonts, ilies This order is nol. applic t ble to ing'tOust : Some subscriber)lately' returned the; Petersburg .
"The hero of
Ijongstreet- forty ,
txcept Notice of DI.tol'Rlon n* Administrator camp followers, as provided fur under Index to the office of the
the War contractors nine pitched but lee, and the idol of every ,
COth Article of to
fr which the charge shall be.. 18 00 or with a marginal note, 'requesting them to!
and others section 10( act of true lover of constitutional liberty.
C specified "send the hell." The editor
Obituary Notices, Tributes of Itcupuct and Mar. paper to spolngizes -
July 17, 1802, and spcli ,ns 1 and 2, act of From the dinner table the party returnedto for mistaken the
ohit-jed advanlsemnits.CStorite.. having gcntleman'tt
'l'hlgM us
1 A
Gl I \the dancing platform where Mr. F. A.' .
March 2, 1803. Persons and offenses coostuffice. '
'! nizable by the Rules and Articles of War, Miner, photographer, I'ofmed a group olbeatuilul l

t and by I the acts of Congress; above cited, : young ladies and distinguished Somo of our religious exchanges: tell a

r.of p.1ionnt: will continue to lie tiled and punKhed' by gentlemen, Gen. Longstreet occupying u story about a woman'8 being; relieved! from

military tiibnnalM( as prescribed by the( cenlrull'o.ition.-GIIvsloII.1.Ym'", speechless; grief by a hymn. We have

Hul'H "nnd Ai tides of War nuLl acts of -. known it number of the sex to l be strongly

A J PEELER, \ Con i ess. PA DOES It._"You Tommie, my' son affected and greatly. ) benefited by liims,before ,

a.. what's that jou're saying ? this.

ATTORNEY AT LAW A PJlrLAI"ELrlJ.JAWVERS' OPINION OF In me I I just said confound it.
"What f Is colonizing I"
ma queried
CONGRESS-On the 5lh inst J. (). VanDyke
''r 'L). lIAt\S 'B, FLORIDA.Oslo. Why, my son, mother's uslonibhed' tohpnl' hopeful miss of seventeen. "Colonizing,
Esq formerly U H, J ) SII ict Attor-
talk Thai's
PlWlf FOUR TO THIRTY-HORSE POWKK.WE : you no. naughty. my denr," replied her mother, "is having a
Stair over the @tat BanJt.lrt)1loe in I'lnliidelphin sent to the ullice of the
up noy I than Unit sometimes.
worser things "
buys home, and raising a family. "Oh !
) htmr from to 1 and Gas Works the of his I / ma,
a m.,
m. Philadelphia account
p. : have the oldont, lurifppt, niul most com- I just cusses light out liko'an'body. You I how I would like to colonize exclaimedthe
;!Vum 2 to 5 n. in. bill find the t'irc of til, bill
works In the coiintiy" elluvlln ninii.uf'ictnrlni gas upon : know ull men cusses !
I.Iob'.r 2" -8mEDWIN dnughler.
; Portable nelncf.... OurT':nguteePro thought to his opin on of the
proper cypress Ah do
: mv ton, gentlemen not curae.-
vnnevcli-d to bo the beet
"by expert, now nppi.rntnn
A. HART of thc description over presented tu the, lox contained therein. ThL'rl..rk refused Low trilling. men curse, but guitluucn of! I At' a Concert, recently( after the conclusion -
publlo. to ".ceh'ntle money sod receipt this hill, good sense and good manners: don't, of the seng. "There's a good tim*

ATTORNEY AT LAW Adapted to Every Purpose Where which drew forth from h m the following' \Vell, anyhow, my ]pa does it, I coming," n country farmer pot up and exclaimed

Power is epistle : liun iilonrf,,, to play Tommie, and bo n Mister, you couldn't fix the date.,
Required To the Receiving Clerk nt the Office of the, little Dou't such could you"
MADISON FLA fir ooilnm slrra conntnntly on Imud, or furnished man Fay naughty things.
Ti Lushes of the 1'hil idelphin Gns Works :
on vhort ,mtieo.Deecriptlve Kilter father. PJ, urn you u gentleman Mi.s Anna Dickinson Is about to quit
pnrtlce In tIe, OourU of the Middle Olrculnrn, wllh price list, sent on I cent yiu this mottling the amount of ill)' I lectuiintf nud married. Most
WIT.T ,, Circuit.Fobru app..(cat iun. eras hill furnished mi I the I Ist in.t. You refused young
Yes I be but
15, 1806. 47-'f COMSTOCK & KINHEV my son, try to one ; l ladies tin nnt bogiii to lecture until after
rv 154 Ray utruot, !tjiiVHiiimh, Uvotuta.March I lo receive, us my messenger reports, makes you ask biiuli utriinge questioiif, the honeymoon.
27, 18CB._Om, ticcntme I ha'n fit to clusinntc the Tuiiiiuiel Who otherwibo.iNobody .
W. H WHITNER, thirty cents per tlionmml feet tat us an sir, but I was thinking Rome- A man in California has fastened hie|
Abolition imposition \\ hite( labor, lev house to the ground wnh twenty-five an
upon body told! n M"ry-jon or ma, ono. '
ATTORNEY AT LAW, DRUGS DRUGS! i led hy a Congress of traitors upon the labor '1 Immas, what du )Ull menu 7 chois. He thinks it will secnre' him,

of while men to support a corrupt negro 1 just menu, pJ, that you cusses, and ma : against the effects earthquakes.
MADISON, FLORIDA. war iiiM the sovereign rights of States
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ae says gentleman don't. And know you "
If TYTtl.T. rRADTIOE IM: THE COunTS OF nnII1"Ue I pcoplo' thereof you "Where there's a Will there's a Way. ,
F1 "*V- JMo Kfl.ld.: Circuit. do, cuusc I heurd you case the curnaiodrivir ; One of our cuchnnges notes the nmrrijga of ,
I nnu' iTc"'sc" tho same Amount ((26 15)) ,
" the other and I've been "j
\1'. <)no ':5.1811t LARGEST STOCK[ in the, t-hiiiplnster currency of the semu, Con.gtY. it eversiuce. diy: buying H. !M.Yill lu Miss Ida G. \\ ay.-i1*. .
" u.- The result mil be-a << of hero\\ n.
.. of tiuilors.. The lull have way
you lake this to bed.
I Peggy, Peggy, come boy
: 5a\mma\ r Witttistmcnls In the State of Georgia when yen desire to Income more familiar: .
: -- A lady was asked<< the other day why eh*
with the ol'liaimrn'/ lane. If
pro *r IIIIIIH-S An Iiinhinuu recently btopped at a hotel chose to live a dingle life. She naively! replied -'

:ir.IICIMs Clirmlrals, you i do not see fit ,IM return the receipt for out West where (pretty heavy bills were : "\\le ause 1 am notable to support a
" JOS. A. nODEIt'l'S DRUGS. he amount iuc'l"Pcd, i iris u matter/ ufno miloriiiiico "
Moiliuiiii'ii" and rcttiinuMum.TriiBsce charged. In the morning the landlord ninde husband,
Surgical, InstrimivntH, Iyo Blull'rf, to me.Iteipeclfully. out the amount "f"tlllmng"snlll'rosellledit
::4 (Lars Or COLUHBDS, OA.) Flavoring Extracts, Ac., io. your ohcuient servant, Males, says a sweet young'lady, are of '.
I. to Pal. After he liad! glanced over it
Solo Avont for Hulnihiild'i! KTtrnot of Huehnmd ,
.. J. C. VAN 1/ykK, 518 Walnut st ci-t, no account from the unto the ladies' stop
tSartiaparllla, Ayer'B. Preparations' JIYllo'al'r"p"r"tluno the latter looked the hind lord in the face,
Shipping, Forwarding .. Dumlnl'" llltcr! Rid PhiledelpbInMarch 5, ]1SGG. and exclaimed, "Ye put me in mind 01'a ilssiiig i hum a* infants till they ki.*, them
TlooHand'H German nitlvra,Clock's lovers
LVepnratioiiB, as
lilD nsxsneLCOMMISSION ![lair 'Restorer, Thompson'* and I'lmlou's 1I111rI'r'pllrntlOlI."d CARS Tho Chicago Tribune 'line snipe. "Why1 the landlord. "I3ekase -
. Toilet ArtlcluB\Vfl! Stienllionlntf IRON ye'ra very nigh all bill." What is the difference between a pretty
" MERCHANT Plastpm "ud..11 other Putout Moilicliifa before he following : The Chicago; und Great
i girl and a night-cap 1 One is born to wed
I'Je trado. l Eastern Hallway Company has recently DILl Aitp.-It affirds! us the greatest
other bed. Jioiton .
and is
the worn to fferaid. ,
Savannah, Georfjia.:;. ALSO, adopted the USD of P"MSjIlf.'I': cars wholly' pleasure lo announce that the innnitublo .. ..

FISU-, GRAIN, HAT, &o., constructed! of iron : which arc in the highBt humorist 'Bill Arp" has yielded to the so-
PROVISIONS order, nt all tune Tht most extensive and complete Block of st flylo of lailroad architecture, and "com icitntion of his friends, and is about issuing When lawyers make short deeds and

Liberal njvanoes on cuiwlgnruonn( of Cotton, )ilcle in their arrangements for strength and volume of his :iett is. The bouk will be mortgages, nud physicians write prescip-

Wool, Lumliur, &c. 1m PAINTS comfort.0 have lor n ]IOIIJT!:\ time been must nccepiablo to the people North as well tions in English: many ancient hunibu' !>. '
April 21, 1800. for the adoption of this improvement will be exploded >
waiting ns the :Sou Ji, for as. humorist Mr, :Smith

Oils, Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors, Attlnts' as it will rOIl<'lor railway travelling certainly funks below none in the country The Chicago Tribune says that "th;
NEUFVILLE, BUTLER &; CO. and Painter's Materials to be found In any HCU- anted oaftr than it ever jet lure Ieon. The -\ilo L'S'a. 'resident has shown his hund.1 Let Tilt
lon of tho South, and nt prices which iusu- diode of cull 81011 will' be almost eutirely
i.OTHLr Burr COMPHTITION. I'ribiuie's faction bhow its hund-but wash
SDOCISSORS,TO V. H. WILLIAM,) ucutl'Uh7.olloy the adoption of the iron cats; The BET OF Girri.-A celebrated writer it fii'bt.

ue may have cuntiibiuna but nut dangerous!: says, the best thing to give your enemy

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GLASS. \\oiinilHfromeplinlersund brolieu hcnms !i. forgiveness; to your opponents, tolerance Why are women the greatest thieves t 1- "

Tluse new car ure m.mufacturcd in New to a friend, jour heart; t', your Because they crib their children, bone their .
Every variety of Glues, French ROll Gorman lirighton rll\shllrg. ; and steel I their and butloi s'.
}1.cALERS IN Plate, Bt, ,ilnnd, Out and Sky Light Glass, single tine \ oiiiMren, u good, example; to a father, de lays, petticoats

end double tblcknitf8. A I'tnILIIUS: I'HATA blacksmith in n- Terence; lo jour mother, oouduct that will "I'm very much pressed for time, as the I

TI3NT ""wit minister, England; lately perfurimd 'per-; muke het' proud of you; to yourself, respect man said when his wife hugged and kissed.

Pure French Brandies Ions eat. A chilil) aged I seven ye'ir' *, while ; to oilmen, charity.A him to coax a gold! watch out of him. :

KITCHEN: PARLOR AND GFlt'ICES'r playing with his brother, iigtd twelve young lady from the has brought Why are the flowers on a lady's bonnet

tutu lhs, placed over his head an iron band suit agiiiiibt a prominent bt: Louis merchant like whalers ? Because they are "after-

i Wines and Whiskies, to that used for the nuts of cait- : for a breach of promise ; $25,000is /fish-ile." '! ,
i wheels. The e-hiW's neck began tj swell,
VEBfAXD the/ required to heal the |pectoral> '
I bum) 'Why deaf rian be legally con
and a lurgo supply of the discovered it, they cannot a
For Afedlo'nal purposes; and when parents Ibeture. A member of the feminine
other Liquors for goiiernl u.e.Brucli were huriifled find that it Wll8 impossil'loo \: [ youthful victed 1' Hecuuse it is not lawful to coo.
', persuiision' says any genlloOlnllls'tleomo oii.n ii man without a hearing.It .
the band, und that sufl )catioq
remove heart that ]
to break her nt figure.
ALL Foucher & Co.'sCHAMPAGNES. imminent. A blacksmith named dies, is strange that so much is mid about .

was culled in, und tu gested the desperate t N ATTRACTIVE P/.ACE.-The Wujnes- 'our common 'country" when every bedv
Other. ,-Airticles: den'! of hammering nil i ho iron with a boro New thus writes : knows that it is a must uncommon one.,
: s nnd he successfully completed his
I' Bole Agents of the only true Imported Lao If Or Brands and sledge tl.kVhile, ono person' held the legs, and The gool people Waynesboro are Old Den Butler would make a capital bed- r
IT TII8IIOUSEFURNISHING, In the country, vh: Carlo D'Or, luxuries left them lie ia such.
tilt ; cold weather a good
Sllery,pronounce.1 by all oonuol8iwur superior another tho head ot the little ono, Coles now enjoying only fellow in -
I to any heretofore In use, tearlessly struck at the rIng and severed it. ty the war, viz Fleas, old clothes, poverty pooner.

BUSINESS of( half inch would huve and dirty streets. '
A, flee blow an western exchange soy "A young
Special Agont for the American Vintage Ooni- A ,
any, and a large stock of their oolobratod Cill'orula caused instant' death. The Detroit Tribune says ; 'The most lady of this city, a short time ago, I hung heM.
145 Broughton Street, brands constantly on hand. limb-of the law. '
Cuthbert Uullilt, a well known, residentof absurd ,:el'orlsllre in circulation in our exchanges elf to a

My special! arrangements with Manufacturers New Orlrans sometime o (o, was close concerning the health of Gen. A confirmed toper was bothered, how ,to' '
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. North and In Europe,warrant His condition !tas rapidly improvedof brilliant idea'lruokItim.
and Importers of the attendant on races and a, reckless better.- I Caes. honor his birth day A

lowest me and lu not Genuineness only guarai.teolng of my entire the stock absolute, but On ono occasion he walked l up to a stranger late, and ho is in no danger whatever. He kept sober : "'
filled at the Purity
KT All orders promptly
sell of the above mentioned 1 said "I'll bet :$50 thnt I'm the big-
me any and you
ilso office under-
taarke tine. "Goii'! goingjust a going! cried out We beg loungers our to
prices! of goodsto at first cost prlces-ln some fool on the ground. The 'stranger ,
lines! even less than truimporlatlon.) rest 'Til lake that bet, sir if an auctioneer, "Where are you going I" stand( that oftentimes the greatest kertt
April 3,1866. 8m promptly replied Cuth, Bullitt. as'ted' a passer-by. "Well," replied the don't "strike oil.. --Prtntite (
examination of my prices will sustain theseitalemvnts you are not "I'm .to .
knight of the hammer, going up Nashville testauranta take day boarder

NOTICE. in every particular. Sidney Smith being: one day asked his the Zoological CurJena. tq tell"the managersone 'at five dollars i week, aud fell whisky at

MONTU'S' r the nut publication of I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.w. opinion of a certain clcr y man's ermon, of thou baboons i in loose. iftsen pent* a"drink.! i ,

Vouchers t SIX notice, as ,Adminlstmtorv I will present my the Accounts estate and of replied,he"Just as I to chew chew biscuit Bible for! mv for parrot his- Il is stated! that a sharp, dodge has been Woman is laid to be. a mere delusion! "; ,

itedd.nV, rarramore, late of Madison county M. WALSH, congregation so appears but I fancy he oliews all the practiced by some teachers of freed men, ouHurrendering but it IB some times pleasant to hug,delusions.
HerlUa deceased, to the IIonorBble Judgeof their charges ill selling phologrnphi )
Probate of Madison county, Florida, and applyfor p. .Cor.B rn rd& nr uflit nStSAVANNAH flavor out of it, and though it may be thus of themselves to the ebony pupil Capillary shrubbery I. the Urm.fot, r144,

a ldtt al l dl.oharg from further adrutnlstrattoaspWlssl4estet. t, GEO.Irb : rendered easy to digest, I doubt" if they get dollar each. .nt nyl ;f halr dr"Minjv
.' nourishment' from it, at one
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:;: i rt1id $tutitttt I.BY Ills Name Mr. mid Mrs. JeffDavis.4 18GG. .. .

It was stated some time since that, FORTHKSS MONROE, May YORK MARKETS. .: -==:

while rn rotttt to Montreal, Mrs. Jefferson Mrs. Jeff.. Davis has taken tip her Barters firm at .' J
Davis had been Insulted at a way station inside the fort. She remained Naw Yea, Hay H.--Cotton t. IIXDIIUOIO. .1 I:, WILiJuo ,
8HOBER & OLIVER. by some base fellows, who vented a last night, having previously sent for her 81 to 851. < "

dirty gibe against her, founded on the baggage and man servant, Dr. Cooper, Gold, 291WAsnuroTOlr. "'" : .
old He of her distinguished husband's Post Surgeon, and, by virtue of such position a.---"I" SLeedman'and :
Cheapest Newspaper in the State !tTri having been captured feminine attire. the medical attendant of Mr. Davis, May 12.-dcn. SANDERSON & WILKINSONWBOI.M1LI .

-W'eekly............. ........._.$6 The Macon Telegraph, commenting on I has given her apartments In the house Fullarton, commissioners appointedby ,
Seinl-Weekly........... .......... 4, this outrage, asks : Whal should tit done occupied by himself and family. The the President to inrsLijlate the In operations the .

Weekly............................... 2 with tin cowardly wretch who would that Doctor, I it will be remembered, is not of the Freedman's Bureau Virginia
ituutt a defenseless woman," and, referring' only the medical adviser of Mr. Davis, States, have reported as DIALIM .II
to this text and comment, the Tallahassee but also furnisher him his meals from and North Carolit.a. They Rive in- I
TALT..AHASSEE : Tri-Weekly Sentinel speaks In turnas his own table. of the dishonesty andaibitrarypS I
follows : Mrs. Davis obtained permission to visither exercised by some of the, officers.

Thursday Morning, May 17,1866. "What' ought to be done with a Georgia husband direct from President John- and agents of the Bureau In making; ar- Harness and
Book-seller, who offered for sale In son. But the permission was given under rests, imposing fines, inflicting punishments Saddlery
his window the picture of that more than certain restrictions, though with a disregarding the local laws and ,

(I President LINCOLN died on the fourth Napoleonic Hero, ridiculously caricatured liberality of indulgence .that greatly!: surprises Statute of Limitationsthus

anniversary of the day on which he Issued II in the female attire In which it was very many here. The restiicticns bating prejudice against the gov-
pretended he was captured We were are that she is not to use any influenceor ernment. NVEn ST. ANDREWS
his( proclamation calling for 75,000 vol. Invited to purchase such a picture, in a contribute any aid to the rescue of The Commissioners therefore recommend HALL,

nnteors-April 15. 1861. respectable town in Georgia, a few Mr. Davis or his release otherwise than the withdrawal of the officer of ,

months ago, and modestly declined, Insisting through the proper Government channels.The the Bureau, and the transfer to officers
Government detectives have captured that the head of a Southern mau, indulgence granted her admits her commanding the troops bf all such duties BROUQ11TONSAVAJVNUlf B'1'ltEET'i;
who would expose such a thing lor sale to unconstrained interviews with her husband as it may be necessary to perform in con- ;
a counterfeiting establishment at New to exrebesoldiers\ would be a far more and at all hours of the day betweenreveilto nection with the freedmen
York, with dies, presses, and $300,000 in desirable purchase.. and sunset. It is not enjoined

counterfeit 60 cent currency of the new We will tell our Florida cotemporary, that aa officer shall be in the room with UUIIaTCN, :Ma7To-The.P.esident aa .
issue. whose just Indignation is heartily shared them, neither is it forbidden. In the absence has written R veto message on the Colorado -

what should be done in this matter, andthat of such injunction, General Milesto ; bill, but it i in not yet received in

All in South Carolina holding is that the name 'of this person day allowed her to visit her husband.' Congress The LIT funding bill will .
persons should be furnished the press of this unattended by an officer A sentinel, probably be amended, and its passage Is May ',1866. ki
notes of any kind of property sequestrated Stale. For lack of a better direction let however, walks back and forth continually confidently expected, and the tax on tobacco -

i by the late Confederate authorities, it be sent ns, with proper certification, in front of the barred windows of his' will probably be changed. ..

have been ordered to report the same In and it will go hard, but this "book-telltr" room. Last, and not least, no limit is INVESTIGATION INTO TUB MBBCIUHT. t
I shall have public attention so directed to placed upon the length of her VISIt.
writing,to headquarters. him that he will not soon venture on any In answer to a question how long she NATIONAL BAJK FA1LCBB. V. A. RYAN ft CO I{

.. such disgraceful; and heartless exhibition proposed to make her visit, Mrs. Davis As the Investigation into the affair of

PBBHTICB Is of the opinion that if theclothes or solicitation again.Augusta Constitutional said emphatically, "I intend to remain Merchants'; National Bank of this city

of the radicals in Congress were t. until Mr. Davis is ordered away for trial, extends, the more is the complete rottenness VBOL1SAL1 DliLIBS.
Let It not be put on record that the or he is roleased from prison or dies."- of the concern exhibited. It bas
as much patched as they propose to and she is a woman of that decision and transpired that in adJition to the Government -
:, paid the Constitution, they would look 'Georgia Book-seller" was a native Geor spirit that she will do what she says, un- losses already published there were
: Hkea a band of Italian beggars. gian I Far from it I Ha was one of the less some intermediate Interdiction occursto : 8250,000 deposited by T. J. Hobbs, the Imported and Domestic

.. scavengers who followed/ the grand ti i- prevent it. She evidently has no such disbursing clerk of the Treasury Depart
and it is believed she knows too indications are that the wreckIs
umphal march of the desolating Snan- fears, rnont. The i
Tlie U. S. District Court, now In session well the tenure of her sojourn, to allow ; complete, and the depositors. will get ZICTORS.

f in Savannah, Hon. JOHN ERSKINE presiding MAN army. herself] entertain any such apprehensions. little or nothing.
In his Tammany Hall letter, BILL ARP I
1 was occupied on the 10th and 11th Till CATTLE FLAOO.
distinctly aveis that the Georgia Legislature It is natural for women to be enthusiastic -
inst., In listening to the very able, eloquent : when their Well informed persons in regard tc- the 'II,s roe
] could not two such Union particularly strongest
find men that not less than 500 cows
and elaborate arguments of ex- affections and more cherished hopes are matter assert
as this throughout all the borders of our died in this district tnd its vicinity miring
Judge:( LAW, and ex-Gov. BROWST, againstthe interested. Mrs. Davis is probably not '
constitutionality of the test oath, as dear old native Empire State. And we an exception. It Is certain that she is the last six montbs from the Some disease KELLER'S CELEBRATED WHISKIES
believe BILL ARP was tight. enthusiastically hopeful regarding tbe known as the cattle plague. dairymen
applied to lawyers.Considerable hive: been compelled to abandon
She the
future of Mr. Davis. expresses
: This rascally peripatetic trash-vender, sure belief that he till very soon be released their business enti'' ely, owing to the great Fftrre C'hfimpaguei, .tc.j Ac,
perambulated the middle portions of the thoir stock. The disease -
It is that 1111rtalityamong
excitement has been on his parole. possible
r State for several months after the surrender the wish in her case is father to tho it is alleged, was introduced here
caused in New York by the arrest of Mr.
The authority LOT BAT STRET.snt'lJ.1IR1t.H .
while the country was flooded with thought, but she|talks with that degree from Pennsylvania. same
BESJAMIS' WOOD, Mr. JOHN MORRIST, and of assuianceon the topic carrying conviction Mates that t e prevalence of this disease
bayonets and did a driving business
several) other equally eminent gentlemen : of a stronger bisis for the belief accounts for tie poor beef to be foundIn
the Union soldiers, with his inter kl'ts. The disease being incit- : UJtCHQIA.-
among she than idle foundedon the m:1I:
of the lottery persuasion, on the general expresses' surm ses
'Jon"as .
esting ((1) budget of lieing caricatures delusive hope. There might be per- table, th*.cuttle are killed as attacked
oharge of swindling. WOOD MORBISBT
and Illustrated Harpers. He essayed a sons, she says, who would like to rescue : and sold to unsuspecting cit'zens.8KCBSTART : (lay 8, leee. If
and another bail in each.
gave $1,000 Mr. David t'ruin but she
prison, scout Jl'cCLLOCH OS D1BECT TAXES
in of the
permanent lodgment one towns
Ihe idea of his accepting a-jy: such it-
I It will be of South Western Georgia. But the terrible IX SOUTH CAEOLIXA.::
seen by reference to our Tel- lease. lIe will not go away from here: ,

egiaphic.column that a large number of Nemesis of outraged; public opinion, she declares, unless in a manner comporting Ill a letter dated, May 2d, 1866., ad-of [015. ... ocmim. ..tnt\ i, mini'
resfceed to Rich ml Mi'ldlelon, Jr.
eecond-handed furniture is soon to be disposed drove the little villain back to the land null his sense of high honor ; aDd ,
she c'aims for him a of honor Charleston, S. C., in reply to inquiries on
of in Virginia and North Carolina of lieing slanders."Oh McCnllnch
partaking of the chivalry of the old the subject, Secretary says : ,,
Generals STEADMAN and FITLLEBTOH for a lush in every honest hand, knights of the mediaeval agps. On the All I can do for the relief of the )people '>>

I having decided that Bureaus in those To whip inch rascals, naked, through the lundl', subject of parole she insists with equal of south Carolina: regard to the direct ; COTTON FACTORS

Slates add nothing to the house-keeping Entertaining, as we do, a whole- emphasis that he would sacrifice Isis life tax, has already been dune. All sales fur
taxes hate been sl1splnded until Congress -
before his
violating parole. A*D OlkRSJlCOMMISSION
1 Arrangements of the Government. A some dread of being tried before a should have an oppoitiinity of acting

taking institution at the South has been military commission, for divulging] unpublished definitely upon the subject. I have MERCHANTS,

j that Freedman's Bureau I I. Oar friends, facts, we can venture to give COSOEBSS WARS ED.-The Constitutional no poster to withdraw the tax commissioner -
Bay Street! Swrannnli Gvergli.WILL .
I Union, published at Washington, nor to suspend the collection of ,
who want second-banded Bureaus can our neighbor only the Initials] of this
In its issue of Wednesday contains au article taxes from those who are able to pay l
i boy them at a heavy discount, soon. We "Georgia bookseller's name. Perhaps them. Slut action' Congress! will take sell on (inmmiF,lnn, Cotton, Ttaltr, f

don't believe they are worth as ranch, he may be able to decipher them and on words Congressional action in the following on the subject\ can now be deterra"ned.FORBIQX ollcllod Liberal and MiTclmnJIio.advances uinde Lontlinim:on cowtement. '.

I t. even, to-day, in Tallahassee as ten cents "pass around" the infamous name of : .. When deelred, wo nil! hlp cotton loom ,
r "These men had better beware theyare friends l I. New York and Liverpool, n.>klr, "
in the dollar. At rate wouldn't TUOMAS C. JOKES. COMMERCE AT NEW ORLEANS.The 'J'
any tvt not a legal Congress but liberal adrantei ou the same, .'
an uncon-
give one of our Confederate bills for the It is with deep mortification and shamewe ditional body of The deputy naval officer at New Orleans, .:t(
I' usurpers. country gives the revenues to the derived REX> RENC: S I r.;".:
/ "bu1 of 'era." make the statement to our neighbor feels] that the one great error of the Pi.esi- ; :; "
of the Constitutionalist that not a month dent was in his ever recognizing them at from importations at that purl for Robert ITabprshnm & Bon, 8s annsb, Gi. 1g.
the month of April past as follows : George W Anderson, da :
i all. In their self .v
Death of Hon. George E. Had ago, an old resident of this, our lovely imposed rump condition Anthuny Porter, do .q!lj:
ger. they ]bad no claim for recognitionas Receipts on imports, coin. $587,471 Hunter & Onmncll, do >
Capitol, of the chivalric State of Florida, an official I body from an honest man, for ton ago, iu John Vlllnlouga, do .;t l.i.
Just before going to press, we hearS in a long communication which was pub- or any other branch of Government. We currency .. .. .. $13,803; 03 ErwIn tc Ilnrdee, ,to ( t"

tbat a telegram has been received by lished, over his signature, in full, uses doubt whether the Supreme Court will Fees, in currency! : . .. .4,25454 Governor. A. Bull,V'alk.r., Tall.h du Mf, J 1laJ. | "-. "

i S Col. J. J. WILLIAMS, the step son-in-law .the toward ever affirm any of their acts to be valid. Cartage currency. . ." .".,06" 85 U'llllnm It. Pettee do .?,\ .'
following language, that noble This thing of Congressional fanaticitm Storage, f in currency. .. .. .. 1,70985! Ex-Governor A. 1i. Allison, Julnoy, 'ls. ':,;'.
of Hon. GEORGE E. BADGER, of North hero, who though not yet dead; is and treason ought to be done away with. Hofcpital, in currency. .. ... (jiy\ 01 Savage Ualle Jacksonville, Unlnt'srillc,, Fl F I..... .11:

i Carolina, announcing the doath of that entombed alive in Fortress Monroe-reserved The American Congress now is the facsimile
distinguished gentleman. for the last crowning hate-a pro- of that rump Parliament which 22,046 May 5, 1806. V.Administrator's ,.

As a statesman, Judge; BADGER was pritiation for the sins of us all-all as stunk in the nostrils of all good men, iYotice
and which Cromwell kicked out of doc rs, JG09.516! 1 1ALL
of the associated
: the great names long
peer guilty as himself ; "I see !but! one reason and served them just' right. A little The contrast between this statementand peTlon.lndebted to the utlt..r Jan'i .
with his own, in the Senate of the why any sane man should have voted for Cromivellian pluck is just the thing nred- that of one year ago i ii very decided: kermnn, lute of Leon count;,deawj ,
United States. As a Lawyer be had no ed now aud there are hereby notified to m immediate PSrmera ,,'
are 2,000,000 Demo-
Mr. DAVIS, and that is, there' was no oth- ReCEIPTS FOB APRIL, 1865 and all claims apsluit said nab f
.. superior !n the nation, and but few equals,, er man on God's earth who could have kind crats of at the North who would face that Receipts in coin or imports $72,"II will present person.them bang to the undersigned wliWJ1"I t ,
the memorable debate !pluck with a good deal of relish by law, or this uouco will. \'
orator. During -
ia an Currency for fees
run disunion to such disastrous etc. 2,651 place
consequences just now. The issue should be joined at in bar of their recovery. -
I in Congress, pending the dig-cussionof ;j" thus raising his pigmy voicein once." mayS-Sw J. A KDMOSDHOVCotton: Ad 'I-, .

tbe compromise measures of 1?50, the 880.862 '
opposition to unanimous
bore not less reverenceof Sic SBMPBB.-A Portland steamer This shows that the people of the South Gins
; BADGES a conspicuous
I Judge part was
the South to make that honored attending to their
I name found to be business l
paying t o
going for
astray, on a recent been appointed Agent : '0'
s than CLAT.U'EBSTBB, CALHOUN, infamous. And, as the labored effort of trip from Boston, owing to deviations of Indirect taxes to the Government, and HAVING Gfin, I sm prepare tOEn"

:. I and CABS ; and it was, after one of his this long communication is to claim the her compass. The deviation, it was contnbutinz, in one ef their cities i alone 1 orders. A. there will be only dialled..I \0"um"; 'j' ,
would do w
; most brilliant efforts, during that memorable distinguished honor of tho "itratayem" by found, was caused by the steel hoop-skirt million to a support in coin.of the country six or eight esnt to orders Florida Immediately., planters ; .

"" ;1 debate, that Mr. CABS declared it which he was enabled to of of a young lady who was in the pilot ma SS-lm A.norKiw.tbelr "
come out the house, and on her 4.
retiring the
was totally unnecessary for Judge BADOKB'S great evolution a "loyal Sampson, in the resumed its proper position.-5 compass
j ,I : speeches to be overhauled before full flow of his locks," we suppose he Republican.Miss in Thaddeus Steven's plan of reconstruction .
I t I to the so and tion, and points it out In LAW 1"
they went printer- pure won't object to having his name put upon ... eliQ the following ATTORNEY AT ,
I : paragraph:
l faultless fell his eloquent language upon the i ole, also. We give it, as he fipurish- Polly Brown; aged 85 years and With five millions of I loyal 1 blacks TALLAHASSEE, ILL
-' r i the earl of the Senate. ] 6 months, died in Warren, R. I. throughout 114tb1 k
) ingly signs it OTIS FAIRBAHKS C. C. on Bau '
; a million of building '
-' il. -f A politician of the old line Whig school urday. She had always lived in the loyal black votertrlbeab : 01l10e.'a' the Monroe oP'HI
: same ])
r '" Dist. St. Marks, Fla. But we must enter house in which she 0 box, we store of A. Hopkins. -
r manfully for Union and Compromise was born ; never was may let Jeff. Davis and
r1; fought even
this In come
f a steamboat
,, opposlte-"Not to the ; never saw a railroad and back to the Senate gOt k NOTICE'rOPLANTEJaS x,
L..{, 1 aa long aa be-felt there walk manor born!" lie came from New England was never Providence., which is a remarkable which Seward promised: to that chair
{ i 1 left worth fighting for but thing for a Rhode for keep dustedoath :('-
k .J / 1r anything ; : 1Punch I Islander. MI repeal l the Iron-clad SCHOOLS. ,;
V" I when biB State seceded, he espoused her L-. N- and kill the fatted calf for the ex- WANTING

:',"t cause with all the earnestness of a great thus Bums up the ins and outs "Gentlemen of the jury" said a West rebel the we may endure the infliction of been appointed

f':( ." :,I ( and noble heart-freely offering hi* prop of the case at Washing ia an anusually] ern that lawyer this "I don't mean to insinuate JohLson administration till March of Seward and A.. HAVING of Public 'super.t/
clear statement for gentleman is a covetous 1869-nay Freedmen In Ib. Btate of J
an English
!, : I erty and hi. sons as a sacrifice. writer on but 111 bet five to one tbat if person bait a'; even forget and forgive the perfldity way of in the place of L. M. : ;

!! We shall never forget the Impression our affairs : I steel trap with a new three cent you Scowl, for with the enfranchisement of aoni wishing Teachers,will and... rme

.i =:;: t r made Upon'us by a speech delivered by Says Johnson, "To hold that the States and place it within three inches ofhS the down negro race In this country will goLetheathat un through Wishing the Sobool., Ofos Sod ,hea pr" 3
Kittrell'a of the South mouth, you would catch his soul."_ forllYer, fathoms de will find me at the'! Ii"fls:
t 'r.r F F.\' Judge BADGES, at Spring. In Were out of the Union Is sin." .. xMDITOJI In the waters of spawn of sin, city :; ?iauadwt p

'r I860 upon the great political question Bays, Congress, "Wa'al guess, if they III pABvo.-nere is the Democratic party of human slavery mayS-tf

i of that day never were out, sermon ever preached the pithiest and slavetnorgering\ barbarism, and the Look Out !

,A lIe was an able .tale.mBD-a pare pa There ain't. no calling for letting 'em gress in life is naked and bare: "Oar our in- rights and I In ralbo"ALL iI
J I in.. 5 pro' he KepubHcaoPpaVlwiTb. who have work ,
1 triot- a eftriitia* gentleman. May it gress through life is trouble ."nc enthroned for a persons. prior to the tint, oTjj Jaawrll"tpnotified -

; \ b, lone befor the country shall mourn If a man thinks a negro his equal! or but our,egress dopg, well out of here it we, en shallno do U';| government of the century United to States come and In the the before the Iba Brst if day they of do June 11I)1, :"rJn rtF, l.

: heavy superior he is not mistaken,- we| and the several States "-
-... another lon, BO t. there and grateful people. by an atroctioDale old at motion. to pay .xpen., jiB:

Tal''"..,... May Id, lIeG,


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.1' iojni dm'i want him to bieak '

c u\n. and BO ofT to the Poeck'o ; FURNITURE ]!' .1

"MAT.--And. this [In May ,

THE CliJlCF.RT-"Opons' doots" about can't mouth see It's how just It suits a"out.h1 him and Wllicc Furniture of 1'very' nr ;eril) ion at Vrlccs to Snit t1\\ 'fiucsI

nn hour after wo "lock np" fuim. We

can, therefore, only speak of it, anticlpa- a duck. If poets are ... ;'It' .(v. 'r '.. .' .... lof
But May just suits tin ir class j ., .. T', .
we just know Its ttntn/t be
think had he his choice he'd l)
splendid ,
a Juccess. It Is already-sr sn, Ih
the glass, He loves the, How of ( (j
large number of strangers it has
eis but not tho blow of wind '4'
brought to Tallalmse The Quincy ) -
sweet May has come to \ (rl,
String Band, with other amateur must- ,
her( flowers behind Wo '''' 00 7-
plans, wore on hand yesleiclajand, .d

vloubUesj, were heard from, last night. buttor cups, or for the purple i :; '.' -i..
look for shoueis but (_) t::
Tint though [ts the grand occasion IDon't __ ;

fail-you'H always be if we'd have had an equinox 1 f r ,aII ."":; 'U M1
sorry, you "- /
do-to attend the Full Dress Musical "changing: Reason" as limy [ pIIIIIIPP' II i III n-s f 4

Promenade song: but rte think;; the II 'I
to-night. + 0
be scarce if this[ continues

S'S what's the use of growling at
PoetMI8TRE68Tallahassee( and
or her stoim We do
tjuincy can justly boast of having had,
weather feats that May may the Stato of Georgia for Kittlo's Folding Spring Boas :and Mattresses Sold at New York Prices'
before and timing the war, the most accommodating

and efficient P08t.(asters Perhaps her sun will yet S. B. HARRINGTON! ,
her clouds the blip till then
'of other towns in Florida. Mr CAMS- ;
any ing left to do but merely May 10ISlJO--3m,, ITS ItrougUtoil Street, ShcrlocliN Old Ilry Goods Store, Sarttiinntt, ( .
RON did not find the Post Office here to snr .
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offer( the same [inducement, that the Col- C. C.-day. --tt lmtiscnul\ts.- \ J,1* nnb' tqitn.) blmtiSt1CltS.\ Salrannajj: \), \ l bnthtmcl\s.' \{ .

Rectorship of St. Marks[ said to have ,
We had the' pleasure of ='
done, to swallow the "Iron clad test
terday, Judge Clay who was
oath," and, even if. it had done so, htcould'nt week after an Imprisonment and Georgia NATIONAL E. B, SMYTHE- & CO

have swallowed months, conduaned with
the pill. We are
are wont to associate with : .=LRO-LL: ).
gratified to learn however
that his and the worst of Bourbon jam.Judge STOVE WORKS IMPORTERS: AND DEALERS IX
daughter, Miss Lou CAMERON has
received Clay has grown =.J.- ";,:.;
the appointment. We may expectto has become quite grey, and ( "'y \ -% CROCKERY,

see the Post Office more thronged than cently/torn the nervous STOGKHOLDEES.
TO Nos. 238 find 241 Water Street
plisulII lent aggravated;;: ; by
with the China and Glass Ware
over, young{ gentlemen, especially. subtleties of annoyance Between Buckmaii Street and Peck Slip ,
Doubtless tome of them will think of convenience! of btocUholilera
-men to inflict, Trains "
east of Tallahassee, Special
they.ought to get a letter every hour tune of proud men to endure. will run an follows, NEW YOBK.WATHOM 109 BROUGUITON STREET-,-
We trust he
through the day. may rapidly 14th 1803.
May ,
that his shackles are off, and (SUR JeLL STreET,)

The appointment is a most judicious write his chapter in that _......................5.45 A. M. i'ANlHtDl're.l! <1ont.
and satisfactory offsets which is to tell the .......................-035 JOHN TUUHLOW, Vice I'rea't ami ' a. .."rT1l.NN.LLr: 0.4.
one. m ......................-.!-1.09 J,. SEA: BURY, Supurlntondcnt] Work ,
.. Butlers, the McNiels, the ......_..................1.39 SAM. l S. UTTKll, Secretary n
scores of their compeers, : ....... .................8.15 "
"l'IOllEBR SOCIETY OP LITERATURE."- reveal the secrets of ........:..........--..-...85 ;;
....... -9.25 Hole miuuilaclurcrs ofSanford's
hlllaOO...... = ii
fort Delaware -
How much more pleasure: does it afford of Morris '. -.................... ,.d0;; visa INVOICES OF
ui to announce such an in Fortress Monroe. 3......................7.20 Challenge Heaters -
organization Common self-respect .' attending the annual t meeting of WHITE G n. A NIT E,'
our midst, than the' opening a new Southern people do not stand Tallahasseewill ho passed free MAMMOTH!\ HEATERS,

Drinking; Saloon! And in what glorious the official and formal returning, on all trains by exhibiting Common and Glass Ware
I to the Conductor COSMOfOt-ITB PARLOR RWJATons. ,
contrast does this conduct of some of the Federal writers and speakers It. WALKER,
oring to persuade the world General HuporlnU'iident.
boys and young men Tallahassee stand CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES. In Store and to arrive;
history; either the history of
as compared with the drunken rerehythal of us.Fttenburg ( Va.) and Georgia
LIGHT RANGES For Sale by the Original Invoices.
almost! nightly:;: disgraces oar streets, on ., ,
: \) ..:13083.).
the part of some of the other young men The Supi erne Court of the And a full nssorti."I nt of

and boys of Tallahassee 1 The Pioneer has decided that the tl lat of ii"TJ %PRa im H* ?22, t ..gfeaj Cooking and Heating1 gloves,
military commission is 'W" u r GOODS REPACKED) FOIL COUNTRY 'IRADB.Savannah .
Society ill Us, constitution forbids indulgence
Alas I exclaims the ) OF SCHEDULE. Adapted to nil parts of the orlrl I

: iu cards and liquor ; and trucking tho decision cannot hi iug April 6, 1866 8m

ix not nllofftfil at the jr.aetiiigs.: This noble civilians who have been Til.LAilinanr, April 16, 1860. ALSO -
C'HiiU'ii.-sIOua! [ and. executed I this ditto the trims on the Penxa- TJIO. JIOLCVMBK: FUED. M. HULL;
effort at mental and moral improve- Georgia.,: Kullroad will! run dully ns '
a\\'fuILhollgh that they\ '
me..t, should, and does, receive the encouragement : A N BUNION -

of every 1 lover of sobriety, illegally.It is a sad aid; awful nt.It..AST....WARD.............. 4.60 A. M. STOVE POLISH. HOLCO BE & CO.

intellect and morality.: Let it be special WirtH and Mis. Surralt 111..____...... 036 .'.
the at................ 7.00 WM.: SLUSSEi, Affcnt.
i ly encouraged! Testify the interest you grave, victims of military at..................10.60 .' '1'"lIallllll..O. [nrcll 22. 1866. flm
t feel and tyianny. They would City at ___......... 2.05 1'. it. ISSCJ'OLD
by raising a fu-id for tie\ purchase: of the earth still\ had the law III&"l' WESTWARD. PHILADELPHIA: (THOHAS HOMOUBE, EStaulJSnjJD IN

aTlriorafJ'AUd Reading Room for the if their ghosts do not City ret----------------- 7.B5 A. M.

noble "'Pioneers.: their murderers, iL will be at...................10.80 "
conscit seared at............. 3 35 P. U. OIL, PAINT AP VARNISH STAND
We cordially extend: the proffer of our aces are too at................ 3.00 ,
to feel a pang of rnmoise. } at ..........._._... 460 '.
largo and interesting exchange list, and sv0ItKS.SPEAR .

the unrestricted use of our office reading. nt._.............. 7.30 A. M. 181 BAY STREET
The New York News Marks at.............. 0.00 ;
room, to them. Sumner Is bold- at.................12.00 M 1. ,
The Society now meets at the Court- very a/............. 1.30 T. JH. &, BON AITON
;ere is danger. will bo given on the arrival of ,
House, every Monday uight. Its members Tallahassee for Dinner,going from I

to the of way. UiXOFACTCRKIlS or &BG BBS
may object publication stages between Quincy, Balnbrldgo
their names ; hut we are too proud of ARMY and between llontlcollo and Thom
with the tralnx.f PARAFFINE OILS !
them to allow them to remain unmention- I KOBKIIT:[ WALKER,
Qon'l Superintendent.

Jump L. Taylor, President.Qeoige 'Tullahusenee Florida, May $ HAYWARD, Machinery,Lubricating,Wool, Rosin,
SEALED PROPOSALS, (In Gas and Lard Oils,
Lewis, Secretary.II. at this olllon until 12 Merchant
on Saturday, the 19th of ..'/")', 18116
R. Shine, Tieasurer.U. InK Buch Fresh Beef on Uiv block PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PARAFFINE VARNISH, Commission Merchants;
F.Biadford qui red for Inane to the troop Ht' '
I ,
uring the months of June and SIDE OF MONROE: STREET,
J. W. Baker, jr Beef 10 oe of good and marketable my Old Stand. WAGON CREASE,
and shanks excluded), und to be
William Call, flucu th1," and in each '1 : SAVANNAH::! GEORGIA.April .
George Centre, directed by the A. U. 8 at '[',, for sale, a small lot of choice White Load and Colors of All Kinds,
Proposals must be addressed to : 3 180B. 8m
Henry Damon, and endorsed (ou the envelope) Bourbon and Rye Whiskey: Old AND UEALBRS II _
Fresh Boer." : ; Old Sherry, Madeira and Claret
John E. DuBoae, jr., Alt necessary Information will b case oul ly.
A. L. ; undersigned at his ofllee. Bitters; Cock Tail and Mint Julep; : SAVANNAH
DeMilley, 'rhe right la reserved by the (1'. & Q'a)-by the case only. Rosin Southern Pitch
R. Hayward, jr., reject all bids not deemed 0.,1 Whl8koy-by the barrel. ,
QovornmonU Naur Debt Due Itlo ILLUMINATING OILS, BENZINE, *O.
Edward Myers, Bidders invited to be BAKERY
are ) ') STEAM I
and would be gratified to know
of their
F. W. Nash, Ing proposals.CONSTANT will pay me nuythtng. Call nnd see 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVEAUEI'IIILADELPIIIA.
what can -if It is but 25
David S, Walker, jr., raayl2-3t let Limit. 7tb ',shall you be

0. R. Ward, tf 67, 69 AND 71 :BAY STREE'1'6.A.VANNAII. *

lIlnre1l 24,1866.Hodgkiss. h.
J. S. Winthrop, CORN CORN BETTON, erA

N. Byrd Coles, DEALER IN Scott & Co.
1000 Bushels for
Hon. Samuel J. Douglass:; ) ironorarT Shoes and Leather,

Dr. Chas. Q. English, J OUU KAA 600 BUSHELS bushels Yellow.In White. ; FLA. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -

.. ... lots to cult buyer. and cheap L. SMITH &CO.PROPRIETORS.
L. B. North of State Ilnnlc. NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. .

IN Loso METRE.-It is said the secret mnyl2-tf 3m TimsU.. nod kl'I, late of Ilamuelton Brothers,
Bad tl more. : : .
Rapublican caucuses at Washington Invariably .. .... .: .: 't3 .
M. G. O. ,V. Scott,of firm of O. W Scott i Co.,Talla .
close with the following flagrant hR.I o. OX HIND AT WllOtBSlLE ALL IIJO IIUP ,
D. H. I'oolo of firm or Toolu & Babbitt, Bain-
and appropriate Doxology-long metre W1IOI.EI1LI STABLES bridge, Oa.
W. O. I'oolo, of firm of G. W. Scott 4 Co.,Tul. BISCUIT CRACKERS CAKES
"From Africa the came
negro Millinery &Fancy lahaieio, Fli.; ,
Arise, oh Congress, bless his name QUINCY, FLA. ,
TRIMMING, LACES, SILKS AND Special attention given to the tale of all kinds ef Fresh Baked and Kiln Dried, mad
bless the
Stand up, Good Stevens, day,
Constantly on baud a large Buggies, SOUTHERN PRODUCE
The negro came from Africa! ., io., F KSinUCSBLV FOlt
to 4 --" and to tho purchaie and shipment of
He [is the object of our love- TRIMMED AND .ar. '

in him we live, in him we move; Hats Caps Bonnets and raldroad trains to Chattahooouec, Household Plantation Goods, Army, Navy, Shipping, Steamboats,
point they may desire to go to.
For him we preach, for him we pray, Every description of T11KODOKE WILLAKD. Wares, Implements,
1866._ Jf GROCKB8, SALOONS, &C. 'JtC.
For him we meet from day to day-
That colored cuss from Africa.. ,
-A.T after date I will present my ac
Brudder-Stevens pitches the tune; after vouchers as Administratrix of the
Country Mllllneri Supplied- the honorable of REFERENCES :
White to Judge
which all retire to prey upon the vitals Attended to. N. B.-Orders Prouivllr, CarefullyPut
county for a tl nal settlement Mehut Currier & Co. :Now York.J. .
of the country, UNDER ST. ANDREWS discharge. E. M IfUITK:, L Moore Grlffln, Ua.) Up nUll Delivered.
-6rn_ Adm-r. Bryant Groom, Montgomery, Ala. March 27, 18611. 8m
A. Band, Macon, Oa. I
HOLD HIM I-The local of that very & Ja. WUitrteld..Deniopoll'' Ala BILL AND LETTER- HEADS, l
HEIR COLES are my duly au. '
spicy and truly excellent paper-The At. Otis DOOB FROM Agents to transact business fur me Tallabaseee.Thu Win.: Bally. PreildBUtgUto ilanl of Florida, Unexcelled _ftv0' '\ taiess !
lanU. New Era, gets off the t9119W:1.!: .-- Bouthern PJx)"' sad Imp't Co. .. E. lIamrfltoll, 1'1'". Wd. Firs Inc Cern [ fL 4-

His frieuds ought to "hold him1' (/'the/ Kif' 10, M6 t 1866. tf get.24-u!! alL1ruQ11I. .-. \

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BY SHOBER &. OLIVER. and which incaution, though, is bearing yet replete some marks with of wholesome haste- AT WHOLESALE NEW GOODS I Direct Trade with Enropcf t f

truth and vivid with a fire that it does -

us good to see. It is devoted to that damnable -

Cheapest Newspaper in the States! heresy of the day which, under the SCHOONER WM. B, MANN '
name 'of treason odious is In 'EXPORTANDrnpORTo
making i
Tri-Weekly.- $6 reality,nothing but consuming hate, and Due at St. Marks loaded with
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SemiWeekly.r -
handle the matter without Allu-
Weekly.............._........-...... 2 gloves. PRATORIUS & CLARK,
ding, in particular, to that latest bantling 0 MP.A.N'Y.\

I/o ol Radical iniquity, the, Reconstruction SPRING ROODS -

TAt.Tj AHA.SSICE3 : Committee ultimatum, it speaks as followsof aldltlon to their Agents already there,tl i,
the villainous provision relating to exclusion MlfiTHItlT TlIJjOllSTALLAHASSEE. \ IN Export and Import Company will,
end to Europe: Mr. J. T. BERNAKD. Who Will
Thursday Morning, May 17,1866. from all office, for many years, of FOR go with special reference to this eeellbli.
those who stood by the Confederate States

Government. We know not who may McKibbin &: Alien. FLA. Goods, Wares, &c.
The Daughter of Olendoza. have,written! this passage,but, whoever he Ar It Is contemplated to freight B vessel for Bt.! :
may be,he bad red blood in his Heart. Marks, .a rare opportunity In presented to Merchant -
"But the scheme should be 1,000 pieces Spring:: Prints!, American, and Planter of obtaining goods at lens
OI I lend to me, sweet nightingales suppose car than Now York wholesale prices. :As the Company
ried what effect it have Sprague: ?; Phillip Allen's, l\Ierrhtnctl) ,
out good can upon nblo to make their purchases direct
Your musio by the fountains! ; the public\ welfare ? We suppose these &c., &.c, ... .. ... .. .... .. .. .. 20c WE are now rccolvlnff a fine assortment of from the nro Factories, they are enabled to deliver
And lend to me your cadences, TITS CASSIMERES VE8TIXGS Inasmnchi however,
reformers at least to be in. 300 pieces Spring DeLnines.27c goods at reduced rate a.
0 rivers of tne mountains ; pseudo pretend 200 pieces Lawns and Jaconets, . S5c orders of tills kind should be filed two months
That I sing brunetteA tluenced by sound policy and patriotic considerations LINEN GOODS, ahead.! Merchants denlrlng to lay In a cheap son
msy my gay 100 Plaid and
p's Striped Ogandies.SOc
if rot they are mere political of Full Goods, should send in their order M ,
diamond spark in coral set, charlatans and; ruthless disturbers of the CO pieces Mozambiques, .. .. .. .. .. SOc nothing and FnrnisliiBg Goods f soon as prnctlciible. Strict attention will be given
Gem for a prince's coronet 50 pieces Plain and Fig Orenadint'$1.00 to the smnllust orders.AGRICULTURAL.

The Daughter of Mendoza. public peace. Would it promote the welfare 10 bales I Brown Shirting. .. .. .. 20c Consisting, In part, of the following : MACHINERY.

stability, peace and harmony of the 6 bales I" ....23c Fine Black, Pino nnd Brown Kronddolhs;
How brilliant is the morning star, government to have several millions of the 10 bales 4.4 .. ..25c T.lnck Doeskin, Fancy PprlnL' Casalnitrcs; By the tnrllV of 1865, Agrlcnltoral JlacnlneryIsndmlttpdreepd'iUy.
The evening .tar how tender- most intelligent and influential citizens deprived niao Klnnncls, Black Drop d'Kte!; ; t Stationary and 1'0rtll.
The of both is in her of all political liberty and governedby 10 bales 4.4 (Appleton A,)...... 2Si Black and Colored Italian Cloths: Me, Knitlnes; used'for .Agricultural! ] purposes come
light eyes, 5 bales 4-4 Star .. .. .. .. .. ....2Gc White, Colored and Fancy Linen 1'HICKS; under tills class, and may be obtained 35 and 40
Their softness and their splendor.But laws whloh they took no put in making, 8 cases I Bleached Shirting. .. .,18c' White, Cnloicd/ nnd Fancy Linen Drillings; per cent. cheaper than, those made North. ,
for the lash that shades their light and by an official corps of which they can Black and Brown Silk Mixed Coatings;
2 cases .. .22c
Fancy and White Marsplllis" ; Laborers and House Servants.
for the form 1 aside all ob-
too never a Laying
They were dazzling eight, part Vestlnirs '
2 cases 4-4 "Fine.27 c Black Silk Velvet and Bilk ;
And when she shuts them, all is night- jections the introduction of such a princi |12 cases 44" '. Estra.82i \V cite, Brown and Buff J.lnon f1hlrCol; Special attention will be given to the procure
The daughter of Mendoza.Oh pie into a government of the people-one Linen mid [f'apt Collars, Lisle Thread; merit of Servants and! Laborers, only such beln#
founded alone in their what would Cotton and Met inn Half/ how; selected as furnish testimonials, of good character.
consent- Finn Cotton nnd Gauze Merino Und'rsblrtPjFine ; As Mr. Bernard, will I I. me early In May, It U
ever bright and beauteous one, he the moral Influence of such treatment 'HITS' GOg. Llnon, Fine.Toins; desirable Hint nil orders should be left with him I
Bewildering and beguiling, towards millions of citizens Would it Cotton Fluunul and Met Ina fiiderfrhlrts; before Hint time. I
The lute Is in thy silvery tones, "make treason odious," or would it Lisle] Thiead, Berlin and Kid Olovos; For further partlcnlnrs, or for circulars ton'
implant Jaconets, Tape Checks;Nainsook, Soft Handkeichluls, Black nnd Fancy Silk Ties tnlnlug cost of European articles, apply to
The rainbow in thy sinling.And treason a religious sentiment in
as the heartof
Mull and Cravals; K. F. FLOYD, President.Jacksonville
Swiss Mull Dotted SwIss !Muslins
thine is, too, o'er hill and dell every victim of such a tyranny \ Would Bnspomtan, Omlimoro, OvorslTlrts: FIG,
The bounding of the gazelle, the subjects of such White Tarietons, very fine, Brilliants, Table Also n flnu ns urlment of i. T. BERNAKD, Agent,
young proscription be the ] Damasks Irish Linens. Tallahassee, Fin.
The arrow's flight and ocean' swell- friends or the enemies of the government ? MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS' Marsh 29, 1SGIJ. 8W .

Sweet Daughter of Mendoza. Would people accustomed to be free, love

their enemies end lick the hand that smote WIIITE AND COLOREDMusquito Spring and( Summer: Clothing! NeWOrleonsApalaclticolaanti]

What though perclmnc we meet no more ; them, or would their bosoms swell with mh27 tf \

What though too soon we sever ; eternal rage and hate toward the authors Nets !IA -4
Thy form will flit like emeral light of their degradation ar.d ruin ? Would St. :Marks.Regular .

Before my vision ever. they cluster around] the constitution and V.HOLESAlE 8t RETAILSTORE. ---
For, who can see and e'er forget government of their fathers with filial] affect'on Semi-Monthly Packet.
The glories of brunette t LARGE LOT OFCLOTHING
my gay : or would they agonize under a
Thou art too bright a star to set,
of and God
sense wrong, pray for the dayof tnB eTI.UlSntP
Sweet Daughter of Mendoza. deliverance and the utter destruction of !

their persecutors ? Let every man at the

Kitty Rider. North with a soul in his body answer these
questions for himself.'' G.W & A. BJ. SCOTT & CO

Kneeling by the stream I saw .
20 Women's Boots .. .
Kate the KIND 'WOROT MOTHER not cases .. $1.50
farmer's daughter FOR Despise
10 II II ] . : respectfully Inform our filend that we
.. 1.8 WE
Drinking in her rosy palm, thy mother :when she is old. Age may / now receiving
Dipping the water. wear and waste n mother's beauty, 10 Patent Tip U . .. .. .. 200

up strength, limbs, senses end estate; but her 30 "" Men's Rrogani .. .. .. 1.75Men's A LARGE STOCK OP JEi'lLOB..XnWnATID
10 Fine Sowed Boots .. ,7.50
She had thrown her hat aside relation as mother is as the sun when it ,
J 0 II Men's Fine Balms ... ... .2.50 ROACH, Commander,
forth in its for it is
Bare her arms and shoulder goes might, always in
; the meridian, and knowctl no 10 Men's Buckle Congress, .... 3.75 Tlfr,leave St. JtfirtF for New Orleans onTV
Each unconscious evening.The
charm -
displayed, 5 Mt>n'/ Buckle Oxfords.8.50] SPRING AND UIUEHCOODS] I the, 1st nnd l.'ith,' on HIP arrlral of ears,
I Made my love the bolder. person may be gray-headed; but her 10 II i Welt Calf Balms touching at Apalnohlfola' the 2d and 18th, and
a ,
motherly relation is ever in its flourish.It .- I..nvfn/l./lmn/ dn)'.. "'IIII'R"p Nrw Orleans for
So I slowly tenderly may be autumn, winter with 20 do Boys and Youths' Boots,. .1.75 i St. Marks on tho Pth and' 23d. at 8 A. M., touching -
a wo-
Went and knelt beside, her- man, but with the yea mother, it is always 10 Misses Balms! . .. . .. 1.50MEH'S ilL A jtnlnelilrola on the 10th and 2Mb, und
GO doz Ladies halters leaving sumo dn'II.
Drank with her from out the stream- spring. Alas how little do ive appreciatea Lasting $2 to 4.50 AfiENTS.

Blushing Kitty JUcler. mother's tenderness while living How
At the old Blind in Tallnliassew, where w. are A. rBttrtM! i<:l. ffrrksV. ,
heedless! we are in all her anxieties a-d! HATS. prepared to supply cunionium with all kind. ut, \ O. I'OHTVR A. ('n., .4pnl.ii-Weo!
And 1 said, "The poets think kindness 1 But when she is dead nnd Poet ill Ilonrv, 133 Oravler 81., New Orlwn

Life is like a river; gone, when the cares and cold ness of the 50 cases AFpn's Black and Colored Iliits April 7,]$0a, Ira

Shall we not its waters drink, world come withering to our hearts, whenwe f:12 to $24 dozen.GROCERIES.. FasliionaMeDrcssGoodsGrenadines -

Always, love together. experience how hard it is to find true SADDLE2

sympathy-how few will befriend in
Many 3'earsllave passed us by, misfortune-then it is that we think ol the and Grgaudies, Harness and Carriage

Like the flowing water, mother we have lost. .
But I drink \life's stream to-day, i MUSLIN AND PRINTS,

With the farmer's daughter. A 50 Bags Rio Coffee, ... . . 30 ESTABLISHMENT I IElinre
I ILLUSTRATION anv one 2,5 Barrels Crushed LACE: l7IAl'\'TIL;
Sugar., . 20 \ ,
give mo a dish of sand and tell me 800 Barrels Flour. .. .. .. .. .. ,E:12: 00 -
The Influence of n Good Woman. there look were no particles of iron In it,I might 200 Bbls. Crackers, Soda, Milk, :Sugar : COLLARS AND: ) SETTS.GROCERIES,
for them with
my eyes, and on search- and Wine _
,I ,
ing for them with my clumsy fingers, be 25 Jnnt rrrclTPil n large ..>ort.
Bbls. White Wine
I arm 3times think the inflnn of a good unable to detect them ; bin let me take a 0,000 Ibs. Rock Potash Vinegar, ut Goudt,coi.siftii g of

woman is greater than that of a good man, and it and '
there are so the magnet sweep through how it 25 cases Sardines, ... .. .. .. .$28.00 Ocntlcmen's and Ladle Saddles,
many avenues to heart left would draw to itself the most invisible
par f50| Baltimore Finn iJimbln nnd Sintclo Ilar'Jrrr,
CORPS Oysters. .. 1200 !
open to her gentle approach that are barredat ticles, by the of traction.Tho
mere at Bridle Collars aud
rower 150 \Vhifi,
cases Fresh Peaches .. .. .. ... 10,00
the sound of rougher Hnddln' Clothe,
footsteps.One unthankful heart
may tell anything to a good sand like my finger in the 100 boxes Soap .. .. . .. ... 121 BOOTS AND SHOES Shoo! FlllcHn!!. of every deserljitlon
woman. no mercies but let the i ,
; 200 boxes Adamantine Candles Leather of nil kinds,
J In her ,,. 28
presence pride deeps or Is disarmed. thankful he-rt .
The old chill sweep through the day as (X50| boxes Raisins,.... .. .. .. ... Coo Ti.welling hntrhuls:> and Trim
feeling comes book upon the the magnet finds the Iron, so it will find /501 boxes Raisins I RATS AND CAPS, Baddleaiid lUrnuvs lIarrlw..r"l
.. ..
world weary man, and he knows not in hour . .. 3.50 Carriage Trimmings
lie has reposed the why every some lunvcnlv blessing; 100 i boxes Raisins, .. .. .... .. .. 1.80 Wagon and Itu !tiy ItnHs,
unsought confidence only] the iron in God's sand is gold.Hctt.rv Buggy! Shafts, bpukvs J and Rim
which has so lightened his heart ; why Ill- Ward Eeecher.ExruROATORY CLOTHING Buggy Axles and "Springs' ,

_goes uL forth_L..ashamed.. m" that _feeble_ is_ on.ucu .. Wines and Liquors.
iniKiuier; ; WilY ne couiu Iiy from tile TEST OATHS :23..A.R.DVV; .A.FI.E: CARRIAGES AND BFOGIE5
foe for whose approach sho so courageously -Dudley 100 Bawls Old Continental r r

tarries, why he thinks of the dagger, or preme Field Ksq:Court, in an of argument the TTn'tod before States the Su at Whiskey .. .. .. . ..$3 00 gal. CROCKERY, of Mnchlno every description llolllng. ,
pistol, or poisoned while
cup, she accep. 50 bbls Pure Old Rye Wliis. Wore made <
Washington, on the unconstitutionality of to order and r pMr ng COot with
ting the fiercer blast of misfortune, meekly the test oath embodied in the Constitutionof key .. .. .. .. .. ... ... 400 Agricultural Ii.splc.iicnts dispatch
bows her bead till the whirlwind be over, Missouri 25 bbls Old Cabinet Whiskey 4 50 Ani-ni for. Whe'ler & Wllsoa's and Howe'*
made the following referenceto !SL! \\'JZStt I"ACIIIN
believing hoping that heaven's ES.
bright 25 bids] Old J.B. ((0 years old,) 7 00
English J. E
history: FVIKDYV
smile of sunshine will break through at 'England passed through all ]her! 10 I bbls Brandy I.. .. .. ., 700 dc. &c. &c. &c. Tallnhasseo Oct. 26.1fELACISMITHINC

last. cbinges, from the Vlantagenels to the Sovereigns 5 i :tbls Cognac, 1850, ..,. 900
The world weary man looks on with of the House of Hanover she 5 t bbls Pinet Caslillloii 12 00 AT TilE !
wonder, reverencing, yet not comprehen 10 Barrels] Holland Gin
swung to and fro in the throes of .. ..

ttnda ding. in How his can pride he with comprehend his panting-be who soul and cruel revolutions; she saw her bloody kings 10 lOt J Casks" Sherry" ., .. .. .. 3 f,0 LOWEST CASH PRICES! H. B. F1TTS & CO.

beheaded or dethroned, dynasties taken (very old,) 5 00
uncovered, in the scorching Sahara of up 100 100 UK now prepared to exconte *
reason or laid aside cases Sherry, cases !Madeira, estnbllsfied A every descrlp
of flaying \ branch
governments hot
king parliaments our to )In tlollofnLACKSLITIIING
and then
complains that no dew falls 50 Port 500 I'
and lord protectors, and cases cases Claret] 50 cases Now York, we are prepared to furnish Ooodao/ -
desolating .
n. shower descends, no buds, blossoms or armies sweeping over her island withoutever Sillery Imperial Champagne; 50 cases all kinds, in any quantity, on time shortcut notice .
fruit cheer ihim ? how can he, who faces Raymond do, 25 cases Star, and the advantageous turins. In the l best manner and as low as
with folded arms and defiant attitude, comprehend so far as I can discover, subjecting the cost of material, &c., will adutii ui. 'n"y
the twining love clasp and satisfied the vanquished" to the injustice ottrpurga- CASH ADVANCESMADE have secured the ,ei'vices ot some of the

heart-rest thai comes only to love? tory oathi. ... REIMISH YY.r ES. BEST SMITHS: IN THE STATE.

Thank God, woman is not too proud to 100 ON COTTON SIIirPED TOIiodgkiss j'hoRo who
cases Deidesheimer Anslese, 50 ca- may favor us with their,patronage
take what she so much needs ; that she Thomas Hayward, of Tallahassee, in an SPS Forester will bo pnarantpcd entire satisfaction.CarBhoy .
does not plant her foot and refuse to stir advertisement., III The Floridian,says ; "I Klrchenstuck Traminer,60 50 cases FOI ester; nearly opposite the Post. Office..

till her Guide tells her why lie is leading have many debts due me of long standing, 50 Cases Wine, Bitters cases,Affenthaler.' : Scott& Co, I'uu. 3,1806-If

her by this path instead of that ; and though and would be gratifi-d to know who can 50 Casts Stomach Bitters

every footprint be marked with her heart's or will pay me anything. Call and see me, 25 Cases Lemon Syrup NEW YORK. NOTICE.AT.EX.4 .
blood, she does not relax her grasp or doubt and tell me what you can is but 50 Cases Rose Cordial, 'Tallahassee,Varcli"24, 1808. .. PER OALL1E )
His fa'tli.' Well may her glance, her touch, 25 cents in the dollar, shall be content." 200 Cases Holland Cordial versus >Attachment
) This is an acknowledgment] Schnapps, VALENTINE M.JOHNSON, S
the condi
her smile the rustle of her
even 400 Cases old
tion of the country, honorable Rye Whiskey, 12.00 P. B. BROKAW'S Amount buoin to, $18 871,
have to soothe and bless well in Mr.
I power ; may 200 Cases old
very Whisky 13.50 IIE dpfondant and all others
\ Hayward, who in this ]has T aro-
f the soft touch of such upon brows knotted set on example 50 Cases Brandy, Pinet Castillion hereby notlfli'd of Ihs commencement tf th.
,. with the world's si.'if9 bring coolness and all should follow who hold claims against 50 Cases Cognac. above suit, and to appear' before me In the city of
:. people impoverished Tnllnhimsre, Leon Florida/
h by the downfall/ of LIVERY ANDSALE\ i county on the second
. yeses their country.-Chart $ Compass Monday In June 1SU8, and plead to the same, or
Ob : ith ai.'DS akimbo judgment will bo given by default.
/ i woman, ;:. your Malt Liquors.
leave+ it to profane hs to b..ld: J Sam" C. H. FISHER, I
De I There wa a particularly 100 Casks Ale] Justice of the peace.
"good !
5! : the Day Book thing"In $TA, n; s.TALLAHASSEE. February 16, 18M. fehl7-ow3m
recently. Blustering 500 Cases Ale, .
1' ; -' sypu will| if only yep ., Pure I bon Wade, in the U. S. Senate in the 100 Cases Brown Stout, FLA,
,1 :geotlo-hearted! : Bourse i;>f one of his windy effusions, spiced 100 Cases Champagne Cider. PLOUGHS .P..N"D

Soriptsral phrases and pious refer- All of the goods we will sell at New ALSO I : "

accordance me Mormons with contend the that po gamy islp "wit ... '"* the remark''we can say with York quotations for CASH. $PffitetMP1f 'X AaoXS' PLOUGH IRON. .
Jlua oo 7
Declaration 'of have fought the S tcr'AND. .,
t'v4 pendence which Inde. good ,. -
moots '
T of happiness !i its.ap'proohima'th'at unalienable|/ right the ,pursuit/ I. raul, tlllt Wt nay. 'Book. to adds, jZtTrotiliviIy no goods geld
gllt I" 'fo say with IJcKHibln 8 Inch wH
which & Ir.n
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patent& ;paper; ; shirt J out God vour FOR SALE., For sale 1
proof and gilt/ edged. will be sweat Psul to you Wets able ., March 6, I860.. ; A1!. bf Tyrtff8tar] CQ'JIJ, p
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