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 19, 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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0ti-1\tcch f-tttti"Ci Saultl\narr lDbcrtiscntcnts.liA11NEItY Latest News by the Mails. from the rebel authorities taken from United Ai Ward ut n Fciiiuii Mct-ting.
States soldiers while of
prisoners war. The great showman has boon to a Foniau
FINANCIAL, PANIC IN LONDON No claims presented alter this date will b<>
meeting and delivered nn address on that
(ESTABLISHED IN 1838.) AND PARIS considered. A pro rata distribution of tho
[ Y llElOT) I fund will bo mmlu on claims on tiles on satisfactory occasion to hU Irish frens, concluding an
rcnusiiBD NEw YOR!:, May 13.We have Euro proof of i identity of claimants and follows :

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.TTItMS pean dates to the Htli inst. : authenticity of claim bu presented. No, my Irish frens, I am here us yoUr
1 COMMERCIAL NEW TUB MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK. naber and frcn. I know bravo and
: --Cusli : The solo of cotton lit LlvorpOol for tho The following Is a statement showing the warm-henrtod. I know you aro honest in .
In Advance. \1'oodVorking Machinery week amounted to 49,000 bales. Tho mar indebtedness of the Merchant's National in this Fenian matter.

Tor lI.nnlllll-throo times n week..........$0 00 ket thud declined 1JI J I closing dull.\ Dank of this city to the Government, as But lot us look at them, Head Centres,
)'u. flu twice wi'ek................ 4 on SAW) BELTING, &'0. &c. Five-twenties quoted at G'JJ\ ; Consols, taken from the books of Banks : Deposited Lot us look at them rip-roarm orators in

iJo. do once u week................. 200"T'1'III"o _x. M..i.M ES' 80S to 871.Thero to tho credit of tho Treasurer of tho United New York, who've bin tcarin' round for

6- rules put tho "'Bimtinul"( within the CHLEBUATEDPortable was a severe panic on Chango States, $,18M7, ; paymasters, $614,465 ; op'arna a year, swcarlu' Ireland shall bu
roach of every man In the State. both in London and Paris, and funds find other disbursing ollicers and agents, 6-90- free.
Steam securities of all kinds wero materially do- 280 j total, $762,312. Ofthis amount, $3J'J-(\ ; There's two parlies-O'McMahonys 01,1McO'I ,
Engines,1iFIIp 1S4 was deposited between the 20th of
KATIES pressed. oLerls. One thinks the best way into
01' AUVOITIKI.XG: : REFORM DILL. April( and 3d of May, the date of tho fail. go over to Canady and establish a Irish

TO Bll PAID FOR I* ADVANCE : THE ure of the Bank. Among the depositors of Republic there, kindly pormitlin' the Canadians .
The British hnvfl refused to r o-
Ministry the Bank II, A.
tutu square, (12 NOllpl\rolllill"II,) or sutra, fur tho wore Kisly, Supervising to pay tho expenses of that sweet
flr.t Insertion..._.............._. (1 00 gard the vote on alto Ilefonn b II as equivalent Special Agent of tho Treasury, who had on Boon : and tho other wants to sail dircck

I Each sul>ni' Katato: and Legal Notions to 1m charged j out of Indian Affairs, nearly $51,000, aud his 'fair young brido went down and
the unino a. transient aiJvortlHumuiitfl, and Thomas J. Hobbs, Disbursing Clerkof was drowning, according to a ballad I onet .
rxcppt Notice of llriinlnston as AJmlti- NEW YonK, May 11.-Middling Cottons tho Treasury Department, upwards of hoard Lint there's\; one pint on which both
Is quoted to-day at 3-1 to 33c. $20,000. The officers of tho Government sides agree-that's tho Funs. Thoy'ru
for wh ion tlio '
let nttor, charge shall bow 11 00
Gold, 130 3.8.CONGRESSIONAL. think that if they realize $50,000 exclusivo willin', thorn chaps in New York, to receive -
Nullues Tributes and
of Murrtii
UMtimry Respect
-- 01' the security for the National deposits, all the Funs you'll send 'em. You
(MR olllrlut as advcirtlsomunts. NEWS. they will bo extremely fortunate. It Is also send a puss to-night to l\1ahonylIlId another

\ _H __ ___ ._ __. WASHINGTON, May 14.-The Senate, today estimated that Bayne & Co., of Baltimore*, puss to Roberts. Both will receive 'urn.
" "+ was principally engaged on a bill to arc indebted to the bank neatly 700,000.. You bet. And with other pusses it will he
J offjji nn1 tab.A. !
prevent smuggling on the Northern fron- SANTA ANNA Iff KnUTE FOB MEXICO. aim'lar. '
tier, which provides for a rigid,: system of NEW YORK, May 12 -The Commercial's I was into rr. Delmonico's oatin house

search and examination of all vessels flying Washington special says that tho French I the other night, and I saw my frets Mr.
J, PEELER WIld between tho United States and foreign Minister explains that the French, troops, Terrence McFaddcn, who ia a olekont and
/ countries. which are reported as having passed thro' i enterprisin' deputy Center. lie was cittin1
ATTORNEY AT LAW, irTamrmillrlTi4unn, opal ym ,n"I' The House adopted n resolution instruct Arizona on their way to Mexico, are recruits lilt.. tatlo eatin' a canvass-back duck. Poul-
TAllAHAHSKB, FLOHIUA.Offliw ing the Judiciary Committee to enquireinto to take the plaoe of men whose terms try uf that kind, as you know, is rather high
rjw.\r FOUR TO Tirmry-HoiiSE POWER.WK the expediency of so altering the exist service have expired, or who hare\ been just now. I think about 'five dollars per
up Stair. the BUto Ban*. ing laws as to ahrogate?the tenure of office invalids. I Poult. And a buttlo of green seal stood bo*
It.r"'IIQu' huur. from it a. m. L..1 p. III., un,
Oeliibcr U tu S'J6m p. in. : work In the country, engngud l In limn to make it subject to tho condition of good at liliznbothport: this, morning by How are you, Mr. McFaddcn 1 said., .

--. -- "by iifncturlnif expert.1'ortiibla," now conceded Our'En bo the beat'inesare apparatus ., behavior. steamer Georgia, 'from St. Thomas. He Is Oh, Mr. Ward, 1 am mi.erablo-mioera.
EDWIN A.. HART of Iho description uvor proeuiitod to tho Mr. Stevens introduced a resolution for accompanied by several South Americans. bio Tho wrongs we Irishmen suffer I O,
public. the appointment of a committee of throe It is understood the object of h's' coining Ireland I will a troo history of your suderins

ATTORNEY AT LAW Adapted to Every Purpose Where member of the House to investigate the here is to unite his cfibria with thoso of the ever bo written I Must wo be forever

Power is Required Memphis riot which was adopted.Mr. Liberal party of Mexico to expel Maximil I. ground under by tho iron heel of despuiia
New York offered inn. Ho declares ho is not seeking for Briton 7 But wou't oat
MADISON, FLA. Moflhim/ slacs constantly oil hand, or furnished Chandler: of a .,111rVard, you
on short notice.Iesorlptivu resolution endorsing the President for having power, but will place himself under tho suthin 1'Veil
'iV ILL! ,prmitloo IFI the Court of the Middle 1 Circulars, with price llbt, Bout on by HxercUo of his veto power, protected lead of J uare7.. said I, if there's another canvass-

..IndlrlaKllrniitt.Fohrimrv IWH. 47-'f application. OOMSTOCK & KINSEY. the people of the country from the arts of Official documents which havo been back and a spare bottlo of that green seul
Iii, 151 Buy street, t tiiivunnali, Uuorirln.Miirch wicliei", indigent, and mischievous men.- placed In thus hands of Secretary Soward, in the house, I wouldn't mind jinin' you !in
27, 1800 llm The Mouse refuaod to entertain tho reso by !Mr. !Romero, the Minister of Mexico, at buin' ground under by Briton's iron heel.
W. H WHITNER, -- --- lution. Washington, reveal the fact that Santa An- Green turtle soup first ? lit\; said

Mr. Schenck, then offered a resolution na was a warm advocate of a Monarchialform Well, yes. If I'm to share tho wrongs of
ATTORNEY AT LAW, DRUGS !H! DRUGS! of censure against Mr Chandler for the insult of Government in that country, and is Ireland with you, I don't euro if I dn hav'n

MADISON; FLOKIBA. offered the House by tho introduction now a warm adherent of Maximilian. howl of soup. Put a bean into it, 1 said J-

.- COURTS W WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. of resolution, which after u, brief ad- I to tho waiter.\; It will remind mo of my
\ 0.-. Wir.f,PIIAUTUIK VI".hltl'cllit./ .. dress from Mr. Chandler in vin (Ication of SURE REMEDV: FOR BOTTB IN HORSES childhood days, when we had 'cm baked !In

\ytL2o, alSIJ... his course, was agreed to yeas, 72 ; nays, A friend who has frequently seen the prescription conjunction with pork every Sunday morn- .
T --- + 50. used l and never known of its failing in', and then all went up to the village:
furnishes tho following cure for botts ohuroh, and had a rofreshiu nap in the
cSatJannng! Jhbtdiscnunts.JOS. the State of (;col'gh"t.Dllur.s SENATORIAL CONFIRMATION.WASHINGTON Toko two tablespooiihfull chloroform, fam'ly pew.
laudnum and Mr. McFadden, ....110'ns fuiflerin' so
May 14.-The Senate, to-, with one tablcGpoousfull of ,
MEDICINES, CllcilllculN, day, confirmed John Dowler, of Augusta, pour both Into a quart of water, and thurly for Ireland, was ono of the Mahony
A. JIOBUIMS, Muiliumus I\1"'l' rlulllorl,,.. Assessor of Internal Revenue for the drench. The dose should! be given with wing. I've no doubt that some ekolly ;patriotic -
Trusses, Surgical Instruments, Dye Stuffs, as out since the chloroform member of tho Roberts wing wassufferin'
delay evapo
(l.iTS Or COI.DMBUS, OA.) Flavoring, Extracts, &o., &0. Third District of Georgia.AN any i in the to tho Mason
rates same way over
Hole Agent for Holmlmld's< Extract of Buchn
Shipping Forwarding and 81r.lIl'lIrllllA'ur's Preparations, Jayue'a AMERICAN BOAT FIRED INTO. This remedy was discovered a few years I Dory eatin' house.
1'niparatluns, UIISH' St. Duiulntfo (titter. and since in Texas, and has always proved a They say, feller-citizens, soon you will eco
I'rHparAttons, UoollulI 's Oornian BittumClock's EASTPORT, ME., May 13.-Acting Ad. a Blow struck for Irish liberty I Wo hain'tseen
ADD GKKRIULCOMMISSION certain cure. The horso 'Is not injured,
Hair Restorer, Thompoon's and Phnlun's ttalrPreparations
andToilotArtleloisWull's Strengthening nvral Bogus has just left here on the while the worm will die Inst.ntly Uf on tho not'hin' but a Blow so far-it's bin all
MERCHANT, .Flusters and all otter 1'utciit MoillCluus b..- steamer DeSoto, to demand en explanationof administration of tho chloroform.-Romt blow, and the blowors in New York won't
fore jt) trade, the commander of an English steamerat .
Biwaiimih. Goor ia. Cowriert'Doctor git out of Delusses as long as Irish frens in
ALSO, St. Andrews, in regard to tho firing intoa io tho rooral distrioks send 'em money.

)ltoVISIOqS, PISA, GRAIN, HAY, &o., pleasure boat off Robingston with a party said a hard-looking customer Let tho Green float above tho reI,1, I f that' 11
on en]is, or to order, at all tliuos.Mlwral Th' moat extensive] and complete stock of of American on board, whioh occurred on 'I make it feel auy better, but don't be
troubled you
advances on consignment of Cotton, the other day to a physioi-, am -
Wool, Iiiiinbor &<3. Saturday. with a dlpression-nn uneasiness about tho Green. Don't nover go into anythingtill
April 21, IHilii. ln PAINTS, the breast. What do you suppose the matter you know whereabouts you're goin to.
is 7''All This is a very good country here where
NEUFVILLE BUTLER & CO.soaosssoB3 Oils, Varnlshn, Fronch Zinc, Colors, Attlsts1 New YORK, May\ 14.-The officers of the very easily accounted for,' said the you are. You Irish hay' enjoyed our boons
.ft". .. and Palutur's MnUirlals to be found In any ,oo. of Paris that the hold share of offices and
steamer City report our rer"tainly
, lion of the South, and at prices which AiisoLUT phybician; 'you have tt'ater on tho chest. your you
L pan OOXPKTITIOX.: cholera broke out on the Steamer Helvetia, 1 1 Water 1 Come, that will do well enough hav' done your share of our votin'.
( TO w. II wit-Uins,) between Liverpool and Queenstown, and for a joke; but how could I gut water on Then why this hullabaloo about freoin' Ireland -

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GLASS. the vessel put back to Liverpool. my chest, when I haven't touched a drop ? You do your frons in, Ireland a great
I injoory too because they b'lievo you'rucom
for more than fifteen years !l' ; '
PROMINENT REBELS TO 118 MADE INEUOIDLH in' "ure enufF, and they fly off tho bun
Every variety of Glass, French; and German
1'llItoIII.IIIOd:: Cut and Sky Light Glass, single TO OFFICE An Irish, bailiff recently undertook to die and get Into jail. My Irish frens, pon-
und I double tlilukness. der these things a little. 'Zamino 'em
The Timos Washington special debtor who fortified,
says : servo a capias upon a ,
TIN" V'V A.R.E Tho indications are unmistakable that the himself within his domicil. Describing his cloaoly, and above all, Cud! out where thu

.. Pure French Brandies joint resolution which passed tho House bootless efforts to secure admission, tho pusses go to.

KITCHEN, PARLOR AND} OFFICES'lOVES yesterday, will be modified in the Senate bailiff, who made his return under Bath, ---
by striking out tho third section entirely, or proceeded to say : LITTLE Mama was discussing tho grea&hereuflor
Wines and Whiskies, substituting for it a provision declaring certain I 'Whereupon tho defendant presented with her mamma, when thu fol. 1 I

classes of prominent rebels forever in. himself at an upper window, pistol in hand, lowing dialogue ensued :
For Medio'nal' 1 1 purposes; "nla largo supply of eligible to office uuder tho National Govern. and said to his deponent that if he, this deponent Mame-Mamma, will you go to Heaven
other Liquors for general use ment. did not imuuntly leave said premises when you die .
HESTIUCTINO TilE PRESIDENT'S POWER' that he, said defendant, would send Mamma-Yes, I hope so, child. I
AND ALL Bruch, Foucher & Co.'s An attempt will bo made in the Senate this deponent to hell, which thin deponent Mame--Well, mamma, I hope I'll go too, !

to puss Senator Henderson' bill restrictingthe verily believes would have been done, if he or you'll bo lon..solllo.l1ammaOhI .
Othor -Ah'ticles OJ-IAMP.AG: NES. President's power cf removal from olFicu had not immediately fled. hope{ your papa will go-<<

without cause. too.
Solo Agents of the only true Imported BrandsIn ambitious Mamma-Oh, no, papa can't go lie can't
IN TUftJlOUSEFUHNISlIING tho country, vII: Carlo ])'Or, Lao l'Or, and VETO or TilE COLORADO DILL CON80LAT.ON.-Those poets
Hlluryi ronouuued by all couuolsHours superior The veto of the Colorado bill was proaeu- who are unable to get their, productions into leant ho ttore.
BUSINESS to any herutofure In use. tad to a special Cabinet meeting ou Monday country newspapers may find some consolation I' .
and thou transmitted to thIS Seuato. in tho fact that some of Than. Campbell's A gallant old gentleman, by the name o f
Ppeclnl Agent for the American Vintage Commiiy DESTITUTE NEOIto Page who something of rhyiimterf
ES. was
efforts wore not appreciated. {
and 1\ largo stock of their celebrated Oil-
145 Broughton Street, urine brands constantly oil bund Gen. Howard has appointed a special relief A gentleman in Scotland l has preserved finding a lady's glove at a watering plaoo,
commission, of which Surgeon:: Robert an old\ 1 number of the Greenock Advertiser, presented it to her with thu following lines :
SAVANNAH GEORGIA. My special arrangements with Hanufactarors Reiburn Is President and J. J. Drown Vice
containing the following announcement : "
and Importers of the North, and In Europe, warrant distribute tho "If from your glove, you take the totter g, I
mo In not only KUarantoelni tho absolute President, to $25,000 appro "l.otic to Jorreaponilcntt. ().-Tho Your glove is love-v.hioh I devote to three"
BTT All orders promptly filled at the lowe.t I'urily and Gcnuluimi of my entire stock, but priated by Congress for the relief of desti lino commencing 'Ou Linden when the '
tinarko prices. also nimble me to sell any of tho abovo men- tute colored people in this city. sun was low,' are nut up to our standard. To which the lady returned the following ('j

lines tlnnixl uvfo lines less of Ibau goods first cost pl'le.-ln some WASHINGTON, May 12.The Prebidout Poetry Is evidently not 1'. O.'../oc< ." answer :

April l 3,1 SOO. Sni has opprovod the bill to incorporate the teko
National Theological Institute in tho District To PBEVBNT A Sow FROM KILLING Ira "If from your page, you the letter p,
Aneiaratnatlon of my prices will sustain these '*
is and do
that for
NOTICE. eluLu'1I<-nt. lu every particular. of Columbia lor the education uf persons PIOB.-A writer in Tli 'New Humptliiro Your {page ago- wont mo.
for the Chribtian minibiry. Thoru is Mirror says that a pint of runt given to --
SIX: MONTHS after tho first iutiiciilion"|' of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.W. to be no exclusion on account of theological thu sow in her drink, will make hur the Cuuioua SITEHSTITION.-Tho custom of
notiou I will piesrnt AcoouuUnnd,
my wearing the wuddin ring on then huger
Vuunlinrii' as Adiuinlstralor of th" valuta. of bulief. The bill is silent as to taco or color best of mothers when bhe gets over tier !
IttiddunV"' l'arrRmOlcllIte of Madison county 1 M. WALSH Maj. Gen. Hitchcock, Commissllry Gent drunk. next to the lilllu finger of the left luml
Vlorldu. dooeaswd, to the Ilonorublo Judge of enl of Prisoners, him given notice a sullicienl originated in the ancient bupcrblUioii

for Probate legal of discharge Madison from eounty larther.admudsratluqupon Florida. and apply> S. E.Cui nit nuud A; IIroiirbtoil StiiSAVANNAH length: of time haying uljpsed, for "probonlation -- A number of Kentuckians nro soliciting j belief that there was immediate, nugnrt, \
... I of claims the fund establish Atlanta or electric, or mysterious ocuinet'tiontweon "e 1
""" ".t. GEO. against under bid to near a cemetery
a. ALEXANDEU 8Mf ITJI. char!!" of tho officer of moneys recovered fur deed Kentucky rebel ioldioi, that finger bud the human II.Jrt I
, March ",W )u. law"m 'b 6,1566-


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% -, The Days of Webster. Its omul to -Fay I BY T Eft EC RAP UN !i1V >t1)tJHtinnto t ): : ,
izz# YCX.
md.rtt1tl1Y Y $ .
There are few, perhaps no reflecting We qnote '(I'on'fhe Gainesville' Era I ----

minds that have failed to be impressed and without'comment, simply asking due NAUdURATION OF MAYOR MON.

BY SHOBER &. OLIVER. I with tho great, though deplorable contrast consideration from our merchants and New ORtBAits, ROE.May 15.-Mayor, Monroe ,. X. "DaMOII "C. L t WIIr.IUoK, .

which is presented to the American people such others as are sleeping over their was Inaugurated to-day with most

iu the momentous changes which have interests.! peaking of the firm o'f imposing ceremonies. His reception by 1 "

Cheapest Newspaper in the State taken place in the political aspect of their "Savage and Haile," of that (place, The the President and by the Mayors of SANDERSON! & WILKINSON

Trl-: \Veelcly............ ............$0 government, and country, and in the do- Era : cities North and West, is, very gratifyingto ;
lgemi-\Veekly.! ........... .......... 4 says the people( of New Orleans. .
Weekly........"..................... 2 generacy of public men from that high "This firm has the enviable reputationof The accounts from lied River are most
standard] which In former years prevailed.This doing a larger business that any other gloomy: ; nearly all the river cotton lands
house it) the Ir lerlor'of the State and we waoi.uii.1 B ii.sR8 in
emmiupnt and pure man was truly ire under water. '
TALT..AI1ASSEE: : do not think that any on the seaboard can Advices from Mexico confirm the report -
great in tho nationality of a political faith beat it much. This fact Is gratifying to of the death of Ex-Govetnor Allen

Saturday Morning, May 19, 1806 which was single to the glory and goodof tho many frIends 6f these gentlemen, who The French, troops are concentrating

his! whole country. lie know no North, have by their mbanily and integrity won in Northern Mexico.; Harness and Saddlery
---- for themselves a name among businessmen I from Fort ,
Dr; Gwinn has been released
no South, and no East nor West but his
Our New Dress. There fact connected with Jackson, where he has been, held as a
enlightened patriotism grasped at once merchants allover{
their business which months
state prisoner lor many (past.
I On next Tuesday, we bope to appear in the true interests, and comprehensive the State ought to make a note of. They ,

an entirely new dress, whose appearance wholeness of a common and united well- are not afraid of Printer't ink. Thelr's is NEW YORK MARKET.: UND It 8T.! ANDRUW 8 HAM,, .

will, we trust, be satisfactory to our the only house in Flotilla that advertises 15, Cotton is firm
He YORK Tiny
being. indeed, in the wisdom and a full double column, and their successis NEW ;
friends. Impartiality of !his exalted statesmanship therefore not so much to be wonderedat. sales to day 1,400 bales, at 34c to 3oc.

Since the change In The Sentinel lit fully recognized the obligation of each .' Gold quoted 10 5.8. BROUGIITOW STREET ,

tie more than a month ago; our patronage We take the above from The Florida '
and every State in the Union to performIn WASHING TON-VETO OF THE

has increased, and is still increasing/ far a faithful manner the nssumpsits contained Times, and add the following comment ; COLORADO BILL.

beyond our most extravagant expectations in the constitutional covenant ; 1st SAVAOK nnd HAILE deserve-ilchly WAKiiiNdTON' May 16.-The President 8AVA'!\ :SA H, UA.Mny8llWO. ,

;-in grateful acknowledgment of and this he fully and ably endeavored to deserve-tho largest; patronage they can has signed the bill nniendatdiy 'of the

which we can only re-iterate onr assurance both intimately Habeas Corpus Act, intended to protect
Impress upon the people of the North receive. We know them Union officers and soldiers from prCsl'cu-

of the Sd foilVe: shall continue bath: in and out of the ]halls of the nation and we can nay, without flattery, that two tion for acts done] during the war In obedience Illn

to do the best we can-always. daringto two better busi- from their
legislature, and nowhere more fully more perfect gentlomen- to military orders super -

do whatever we believe to be right- han in his celebrated Capon Springs ness men cannot be found in Florida 2d, ioi s.

fearing to do only what may wrong. but believe that their success i'. largely : The proceedings of the Senate to-day
speech. lIe too surely foresaw the we do The
were not particularly interesting. & CO.WIIOLX.ALU
'. V. A. RYAN
dangers upon which the destructive doctrines due, to liberal advertising. Of course, our veto message of the Co orado bill was received .

The House has passed that section of of the North were rapidly hasten- interest is promoted by proving this factto but the Senate adjourned without -

the "lax bill fixing a duty of five cents the charge of its being read.
per Jug the country, and his seer-like forecast be tine. But we escape
The )House] was engaged!; principally on D1AI.EBS III
pound on cotton. led him to m&ke this remarkable prediction interest, when we submit such authority the TAX bill.HEALTH '

*-- --one which has been so truthfully as the following : -

Henry Ward Beecher receive twelve and so fearfully verified; "if.these fanat I have always considered advertising OF MR. DAVIS-REPORT Imported and Domestic

thousand five bundred dollars a year for ics and abolitionists ever get power into liberally and long-to be the great me.dinm OF HIS SURGEON.
his service of success in business, and the prelude FORTRESS MOHROE, May 15.-It is understood -
their hands, they will overrido the consti wealth. And I have always madeit
to that the Post Surgeon, in compliance -
tution, set the Supreme Court at defiance, an invariable rule, to advertise in the with initiuctioni from the Presi- IL, I Gi TJ O IFS -

A French machine makes eleven poundsof change and make laws to themselves : dullest times, a long/ experience having dent, has made an ollicial'Ppnrt on the -

ice an hour, at a cost of half a cent a finally they will bankrnpt the country, tau ht mo that money thus spent is well health of Mr.! which, it is thought,
pound. laid out; as by keeping my business con- his physic'rl condition is hot "mentioned .BKT8 '011KEllER'S
and deluge it with blood.1In tinually before the public, has secured very favorably. The Surgeon urges a

Mr. Edwin Booth made his first appear the days of WEBSTBB great men me many sales that I otherwise would less rigid system of confinement it his '
for /grew even greater their laudable effortsto have lost."-Stephen Girard.In restoration lo health is at all desired. CELEBRATED WHISKIES
ance several in
years Philadelphia,
emulate his example in the reverencefor this connection, it may not be amiss -
recently and was received with
highly True as Gospel.
and devotion to the constitution, and for us to state that our paper will be enlarged tiArro Clanlnpnguek, &c", Ac.',
flattering law of naturewhenever
"By an iirepeftlable .
in their love of the and will appear in an entirelynew
earnest country Has ,
.. we' fasten one end of the cliai'
North such seeds in dress, in a few days; and we respect- the other and heavier
Tho negro boat "Laminana which no more implanted upon a fellOw being, 207 :BAT STREET.&A'7.n.niRAra .
bag been her soil, and does no more such heart fuliy suggest to our advertising friends end is linked around ourselves, 'corroding
plyingsemioccasionally between bodies until the iron ,enters
of advertising th-ir business our
pulsate as throbbed within the bosom ofDUilBto propriety
Charleston, Fernandina and Jack- WEBSTER Are there none who through the Sentinel, which now i our very souls."-UHrftitcobifi\ Charge to : ) >i QISOHUXV.Any :; :
sonville, sunk a few days since in the St. the Beconitrucleii. "
Johns. may again catch a kindred spark from visits three limes a week, every State in This sentence w'e' fdglittetitig( \ will 'I -

the sacred flame which burns at the tomb the South, and several] in the North. dazzl ug lustre among the heaps of trash >, 18WX If

The steamer Lizzie Baker, Capt. KINO of the Sago of Marshficld, and relume the Send in your advertisements, by ten and falsehood which were emptied ont
for Ihe raga Ing of llm grand jury dad
collided with a crib that had drifted into flambeau of constitutional liberty 1 l This o'clock next Monday. I before ye/steiday. Its truth, the brighter

the channel from the fortifications in tho is certainly a juncture in the political] his- __e---- from its surroundings shown like the cn.AR ... 5v.5Aae. ..XJA>I''. .. 'HRIL'

Savannah river, has been raised and taken tory of this country in which the publicmen I Mr. Davis and his Ti'ial.WABHisoTosfMay of quoted and never 'discoveied jewel in GUERARD & FERRILL
the load's bead.
back to Savannah for ropairs. of talent and influence should bo inspired 12,-It is said that But the author failed to give any ,

I .. with a higher aim, a more com I Chief Justice Chtt'e"will piesidsat the ion to his axiom. Wo will do it fur COTTON FACTORS
lull of J etr. Davis: an 1 that Attorney
We are sorry to learn that the steamer mendable ambition than to be merely the General Speed will prosecnle, assisted by; him.
The Radicals have fastened end nf
I "Kate," Capt. Locswood, lately put on leaders of a faction. Let them seek in >ro )[1'. UlHlbnl, of Massachusetts; and W. R. 151 OXHRUL
the chain six millions of their fpl -
upon .
the line between Charleston and Pilatka, ennobling aspirations in an earnest desireto Evans: of, of the New prosecution York, as connsel Judge Under on the low beings-Ihe other heavier end i, t.'lIkl.J CGMMSSION: MERCHANTS

run upon the flats near |Fernandina at become benefactors of their country. part around thcmaelvei, and mil eat into their,
wood arrived here to-day and had
a long:: "* !
aiiuiiU "
soul Hayireet, 's 't'
high tide and may prove a total loss. Now is the most favorable cppoitnnity interview with the Attorney General. very'
1'1 nth is a dangerous plaything Judge
presented to them to acquire a national This court entirely agrees with the : !:
Underwood, for those unaccustomed to del! on eninmlmlDn, Cotton, Tlnitvr,
The 10th of May, the anniversary of tho reputation, and substantial merit by a President in his often repeated declaration handle it.-.tfl'lrloli,. WILT 1l1oo and Merchandize. C'oimliriimrnliflollolted.
that treason is.! the greatest of crimes Liberal advances node, '
< < on connlpnmenu. -
death of STONBWALL JACKSON, was observed cordial co-operation with our noble President and ought to be signally punished! and .Pennsylvania When desired, we will ship cotton to our
generally in Virginia, by a suspen- He tells us he has taken down that it is cowardly to punish subordinateand Speaking of the cam- friends In New York and( Liverpool' mukh" "g
paign of Gen. Lee, an exchange : on the inino.KKFEUENCKS.
sion of business, and by an ovation to out tho constitution from out of the rubbishof comparative insignificant traitors, says
"The: course of the: Confederate
and allow the principals to We army : I
departed heroes. the past, and has brushed away ,the also COLcur in the opinion that escape.the leaders was signalized{; by a pillar of smoke by;

dust and cobwebs which have gatheredupon in the late rebellion may be treated day, and a )pillar of fire by night." Jloliort TTaljcrBham & Son, Savannah, On.
George W. Anderson, do
the been
Between nice and ten thousand letters it, and has once more unrolled its oither as traitors or public enemies as Possibly editor had previously Anthjny Porter, do
wounded, or was sick in hospital, or Hunter Olin mell do
\\'ero sent North, from the Fernandina ample folds] and calls upon all good men they were undoubtedly, both by Ihe laws exempt from military duty-he was certainly John L. Vlllalonija, do
and the commonwealth.
of the nation
Post Office, by the Helen Getty, on Tues to come with him, and stand around and ] not with General Lee's army on Erwin A Ilnrdre, do ,
WAsuisoTojf, May 14.-The decapitation Governor 1). Wnlker, Tallahn! .re, 1-la.
day last. On Thursday of last week defend it from the violence of those who of administration: post masters, that memorable march We were, and .J. A. Bull, do
/ know that the burning was confined to William It. PcttoH do
eight fall bags were sent out West. would lay rude hands upon it. Let all has begun in good earnest, and there is THAD. STEVENS' foundry. The only regret Ex-Governor A. IZ''. Allison, Quincy, Fin.

men who love their country, cordially res- anxiety felt among the pos- felt for that incident HnvHKe< Italic, Gainesville, Fin.'
we ever was
tal people everywhere It is declared Samuel:!"au, Jacksonville, :Fla. .
The Head Quarters of the Departmentof pond to his earnest invitation. The President that tho Post Master Gonel'lIIvill use no that Mr. STEVENS happened "not to be O. 0. Barnard. do
in" at the time /*. May 8, H80._ lyAdministrator's
East Florida, were last week removed] is pursuing, and is endeavoring topursul' stint in the execution: of the policy of the -

from Jacksonville to St. Augustine. Col. the best and surest method of Administration. A careful investigation ... Notice. "' -

restoring the government to its wonted has been instituted into the conduct and TAXATION op WHISKBT.-The Nation..
so long in command there, has, of masters and all will per.on Indubtod to the entitle of JuniD,
opinions post go al ALL
through his gentlemanly and considerate action and healthful vibration, and the Intelligencer says : Into of Leon county, de. ..ed,
by the board: who fail to give the President "A numerous delegation of New York are hereby notified to make immediate pavim'nu
i uiterconso won the confidence and esteem country once more to peace and prosper- a cordial suppoit. whiskey speculate) s are here endeavor. and all personi baVng! claims ngniimt turn otnleWJI1

of all. ity. His policy is that of an enlightened There is quite a movement going on, tog: to induce Congress: to reduce U.e tax present' them by to luw Iho, undersigned or this notice< within will the!be

patriotism ]looking to the greatest goodof under tho patronage of John W. Forney, on whiskey. A''delegation of tobacco place In bar of their recover)'.
fora Senatorial ovation to Stevors, the manufacturers are aso: in Washington to mayg-8w J. A. KUMUNDSOiT: Adm'r.
All of the whole and
recent failures of "National the country, his merits entitle
Fenian'whose friends desire to have him get tlu tax on manufactured tobacco
Banks," says a cotemporary, can be tra- him to the gratitude of this and the invited to Washington. But there is modified." Cotton Gins. II

ced to precisely the same cause. In adultations of future generations. little prospect of success Our information Is that there is no pro.. VINO been appointed .Agmit for the sale
every instance they have been smashedby GEORGE WASHINGTON was the founder, Three and a half millions of the new bability c f a reduction on either of these I-TA Tnjlor's Gins, I nm prepared to receive
five cent piece will be issued. It Is articles. orders As there will bo n limited number
endeavoring to make more than- the JEFFERSON the interpreter thereof, and very beautiful. Nearly sixty millions of sent to Florida, plunteri would do well to louts

legal l rates of interest from their funds.- may it yet be'said, that, ANDREW Jon I dollars' worth has already received the NEW YORK, '1 1Iay, G.-Head Centre their may8-lm onion .Immediately. A. HOrlnNB.jASD.vr.ESTCOTT .

Tte Pennsylvania and Washington bank sox is the RESTORER of the Constitutionof impression of the mint O'Mahony publishes a card, explaining

explosions were the result] of lending the United States. NEW YOBK;, May 12.:-The Commercial's the recent failure to seize Campo Bella JR.
WasBington special says the French Minister which he was led to believe was neutraiterritory ,
their funds to few reckless -
a stock gam The following candidates have been explains that the French troops by declaring thai undue and ATTORNEY AT LAW
blers and speculators, when they should which are reported as having passed premature publicity was given to his ,

have given accommodations to a multitude elected in Mobile without opposition: Ra- tlirough Havana on their way to Mexico, plans, and that a Fenian iron clad vesselof TALLAHASSEE, FLA., I

of perfectly solvent small borrow.ers. phael Semmes, judge of the probate are recruits, to take the place, of men war was not launched: in season to take Oflleo In the Monroe !building, opposite the I,
whose terms of service have expired or part In the movement. lIe hopes for of
court; Judge Rapier, of the circuit court, renewed More llopkini. tnay5-tf- I
who have boen invalids. activity on the arrival of Stepens.
-- -- S.- and Judge Chamberlain. the city NOTICE "TO
The Opinion of Judge UirtU-! court. Though all three ran on the same PL.A..N"TEBSW +

eye on the Tax SalcN ticket, the heroic sailor received two "BILL ARP.-A letter from this popu- In Leon Circuit Court.
lar humorist written In sober respectable SCHOOLS.
Has been read by us with closo attention hundred and sixty-four votes more than style, is something! new, and cannot fail IN CUXNCKUV.ZACHARIAHJ.. REDD .

but as we have not the statutes on either of the other candidates.' to interest the public. We publish! one ) HAVING been appointed

\ the subject and the amendments thereto, .. .. on our first page:( which is designed as a MATILDA] versus REDD. )\ Bill for Divorce Freedman In the of Public State of

a.' at hand for attentive consideration Advices from St. Domingo are to the preface to a book of his letters shortly to In the plnco of L. M. SUJlerf ,alone
we 14th of April. The late evolutionary appear. It shows that the author is quite IT Appearing to tho Court by the affidavit< filed winning 7'eao hers, and '
till* Huse. the Defendant residua D
/ are not prepared at present to form or eyond err wlabtiiii Bohoalu, will u
movements on the southern familiar with the language of the
portion of as the limits of Inn Mate, but within tho Uulrec me through the Post Olllce: mid when present, .
express an opiniog ; but are inclined to the Island, induced at the very momentof schools as he is with the provincialisms &'iate.. It la therefore ordered that tho tail will and me at the Mulbodlel rumonnito, In thl..*
its suppi es.sion a large insurrectionary of his native South Defendant do appaar and domur, plead or aniwer city. .b:. B. DUMJAN,
believe from the tenor of his own argu the Bill filed In raid cause within Ibreo '3-tf
party to rise in another portion' and suddenly In this connection no cannot resist tho mouths from the Publication'of till.order, or the ma> _Superintendent.
3; ment that he may yet have reason to seize the towns of San Costobol, temptation to express: the opinion that Same will bo taken as confeuod, and the canoe
\ change his mind upon the subject, or that Uani and San Juse de Ocoa. The Govern- our friend Smith has made a groat mistake will bo get fur a bearing. ou the J'ncts charged In Look) Out !

at all events when the question shall come ment acted promptly and with energy.. in changing the orthography\ and peculiar this mulct coder Hill; and be publUhed It 1 further In ordered name piiblio that a newupaEur copy o-( ALL persons wbo have work In my hop, left/ I
matched style of his letters. Wo fear ituto for three : to the Drat of January last, are
J the : Troops were rapid y from dtUer- it of th Ii monthi. Done at prior i
,,- up regularly: ] before proper courts for ent points and concentrated so ju Hcion!- will be fatal to them and if not too late bOllltlay Ititli, 1AM, notified that I If they do not call and pay for It
J. W4YXK3 BAKER before the fir-t day of Jnne, the properly will bo I
decision be will uot be sustaiuej Judgo, Ac.
judicial ; the Ut would him \ all to
\' ly that insurgents were ( >peised. urge by means, recall A true copy.' old at auotlon to pay riponsis.K. I
.; for I it is very evident be has only taken a Two of tie most active of their leaders his instruct inns lo his publishers,-Mt- Attest: CODNOIL, Burin T. BARRttWHtt

r'\ ; Jlird's-eyc'view of the question. escaped, :and! quiet! was restored, ton Telegraph. mayi9-wSm' Ulerk'Leon Circuit Court TBllllh.... May 10, H08. vtjVn ,

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'S"l LJVElI' MiuroKS I Only Note mil FURNITURE !

om of inltar," exclaims the Memphis[ ,

. We had' the pleasure yesterday of a ,Ivfllanche.'caul I Only"to eleven sustain millions the! Negro of dollars Bit-1 Household and Ollicc I'lirnUiire oi'ite.v Slcbcrljifiou at Prices to 'S the' Tilzcfi.t;

,jnorning' chat with Mr. J,A. Orubb, of 'jr feeding and clothing'thp old and! infirm ,
Quincy, Fla., who is at (present represent f rid the 'children of_ 'American citftens __ "'" .
'- -
ing the interests of The Tallahassee ... k V
Florida of African descent \I' General Howril JJ ,. '
Sentinel Mr. Grubb is a the headof \
worthy that odoriferous concern' 'j.\i o
young man, of IfIIlUbu"i iries9 la mclty asks the Government for but eleven millions
sI1 o '
we recommend those who ,wish' loi: \ of dollars to take core of people' J
patronize The Sentinel, to call upon ]him' who, four years ago, not only provided O ,
while "
may be found--ZWcrprt'M.. v for themselves, but produced more of the, rT ." :'x: c -.

Mr. QRCDD i', a vorthy young man, and real wealth of the country than thj .whoVe! A =: [B >

possesses an integrity and energy of char population' east'of the Hudson\ I No. We U1O cf r

acter seldom exhibited by the forget\ This'eleven' millions I js solelY (j .
young gentlemen for the negroes; ; It is partly! for the rmiloyment : -H ...
., of the present day. He is now in of that branch of the public E-tt! < ,'! \if ..

Tallahassee, and we cordially commend erVico who would be out of employment .

him to the favorable consideration of our but for the very important duty I of see-
i ng that the Southern don't
! citiz"ns. I' man maltreat 0
.he negro. We do most
sincerely wish
lIe will immediately (;J
resume his valuable Jw Government would call for ofllceis(

> efforts in behalf of The Sentinel, inthis and agents! of this Bureau ; and silver,

1_ city and 1 elsewhere I and is case that they must do their work and
:: thol' zed to make fully au find themselves It would be curious to Agents for tho Stato of Georgia for Kittlo's Folding Sprinj;:; Uocls and Mpttrcssofl- at Now York PricesS.
contracts, and to receive ice how Yankee'
many friends the
J: funds and subscriptions for our, paper. have if there were greenbacks negiowould 9 B. KARRiftCTGfV

.... at ntake. We say ''Vankce,' because it is
Hnvnunnli. ]lay: 10 13(1(1( ( -3mPcnsacola ITS nroifffliton FarceSlscrlocls'v! lll TUB CO/tCERT.-TIIE FESTIVAL distinctly understood at the North, In ... ,, -,- --- _. ----... .-.'_. ..._----.
-TUB Radical --- ---. -----. -------- ------------------ ------- ------------ ---
circles -
a' llitESS the negro: has no

t by no meant PnoMnxADK.the least, thing is the of which last, but we :I friend Yankee in brother.the, South but his( imported '(!talla :tssU 'l bcrltscmcuts.Pcnsacola >" \ U, jj. ani 1 Yui i1n, btttistnunts./ \ j itbatta:1IT; : bbcrtisCJ1\tnl.5 i \ ,

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speak Memphis -- --- ---
we go to )press. We I contemporary does not

f ,deeply, that so littlo space Is left to regrets speakof overrate the enormity of the iniquity. and Georgia NATIONAL |
a result so gloriou*. As it is The swindle in money taken from the, jE E, D. SMYT E & CO,
we cant Treasury to support an army of useless
only state the fact that it was a grand oFcP( -holders and feed the idle and lazy :E'I..a.JLrt.: : : .C) ')...::J:). .,

F:; 'success-the cross amount realized from is bad enough ; but there I Is a mill larger F,, .......'J.- ....... .,-..-;:!:::.j.,.'tY.-tr.' :: 'i"1I, STOVE WORKSNos. IHPOIllPRH: AE1 r> UKAI.tlllii t.X
item of
cost which it overlooks. .....
The108s'to :
the two evenings' entertainment being :-:.. :f..I"r< -y.""" CROCKERY v
the industrial interests of the ,
fully $2,000\ ::! or over. This amount has South through the Intel feience of the NOTICE TO STOOKHOLDERS. 239 and 241 Water Street, .

already been turned over to Dr. Cues Bureau between capital and labor and China ;and) Glass \Ware' -'

A. lag, who will immediately 1 forward this the encouragement given to idleness, is the ercntor eotivunlonpo of HtocklinUli'rn' Between Buckmnn\ Street nnd Tuck Blip. .
mole than double eleven millions addi FOB wiflt, of 'I'IQIni/neee,/ Bpociiil:! rninfl '
'commissioned persecuted brother. 'We have been n miens] There is no doubt of this, and for their nui'ointnoiliilloii\ will run iw follows, NEVI YOR!{. 100 BROUGliTOUr STREET, ( -.

by him to rettu'n.his. profound : wo call! the attention, of the public. to the On Monday: : May,1800. '..J \r1L'CT1
thanks to the noble ladies alarming! fact. (SRAl!: DULL NTnue'r,)
and the Leave 11II<1iRon..............____.-...5.4i A. Xt, WATSON!! = SANFOIU, PreiiMont.
. .good, people! of Tallahassee, and the surrounding But. lien. Howard and others who derive Il No. 6_...._ ...._........_....635Ko. Il JOHN TUUI.Or>! I'n'.'t nml I TJtiwmer.
;. their blend, and live In < lonely, n 4.........____....---...,..7.(MlNbi3 : :: .1. I. r,11:.\ BtTltY. Hnnvrlntundetit of Work ..rTN.Ll.x3l.: :. c-.
country for this generbtut;; expression from the Bureau, thinking!: the sow looks II .........._'"...__---7.30 ::IA&!. ii. UTTEU.: dccu-tiiry.::! "

of their deep! sympathy for his too large for a negro benpfacJoiy'.aTe :: Nn.No.: 2----I-----------------:::::::::::::::S.lfi 8.4ii: ::

brother. Doubtless! that noble brother urging! that ruoi0 wliiio; JlPo IIIt'n.rll'clothw 'Irrlvi1 nt'l'ulhdutsseQ.--...U.25 Solo innnutncttircrn ofSanford's
"In ed: by the Bureau than black. We doir.t: L"nrn Moniloo'.lu.' : .....__. ......._....1.WI' VISE voters OP.,.
"thoughts that breathe] and words that, it, as statements can .bp' conven Arrive Hi N,,. 3.u..u_._.....'.2m 11 u Challenge Heaters, t .

"burn,"" will also acknowledge the bonent. acnebL, in / event hero's tho Rto' khoMer attewdmg the nnnnnl mooting of WHITE GRANITE ,
; any authority will be pnmwl frne,
;- the lilt, nt Tiilliiliniwri' MAMMOTH llfiATEUS,
I in the coiiMLiiuli'in! fur ,
- feeding cnTiilni and rotnrnln on nil trams liy cxiilljUliigtliuir
: We can not pretend to describe the and clothing anybody 1 it can,, be found, ccllilicuU'i. to (lie CoinliK-tor R. U'AT.UElt: COSMOPOLITE PAHLOIl HAJJl.lTOKS. Common and Glass Wan*.
r. 1 brilliant and the exercise of such a power, is a .
all'uir. Hnd '
we. room, i it should! l nriyS-tt Ounoml HiipiTlnti'inli-nt'
clear usurpation.( CHALLENGE KITCHFN RANGES. Storo .
\ In and to arrive,
be done
,. in the admirable notice of our But
' suppose Humanity is to be allow and
'neighbor of the FIr.1' dian. Eeeryfhiny od. to override the constitution' when'-e) Georgia BEACON LIGHT RANGES, For Sale: by tho Origiiial Iiuoieo.

was fftendid-mine Ihi'iyi ,perfectly' das the necessity of such an a"l'ncas thBum ... XlC..s: O.A.D.fI.:1 : .And .
full orlniiMit of
e1\111 \Why n n.
the military
cannot commnndei.s -
sliiiff 1'The
: :
: .gplI:1
of departments or districts iHa- &i .i... tt.q... 'f'7Pi"l J .; f" Cooking and iltatitig;[ : Stores,
attendance was very large, on '.he tribute the charities of the Government : v.: GOODS RBt'ACKKD FOIL COCNT11V T1tAPR.Nnvannab [ .
'fl'Bt evening! the music good, And Lhn le- 'without calling: into service so vast and CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. AII"plo,1 lu nil pc-iris of thoworiik.A .

ceipts about 1200.: On Thursday even* expensive piece of .ihathinery What April 5, TSUn. Sin+ _
would bo better, TIM AffasKr, 1. 8 O -
why may not tile blend, April lu,10.and
lug! the attendance was not so large, but meat and clothing] for the poor be sent to O),X after thin iltttu Kullroiul tau trnlim nit the IVnsnln STOVJ: 'HUJLO'VVJIlE] [ TUGS:'! itoi.uoiini. TREI M. NULC.
the music was hotter, and the receipts, Governors' of the several States, who f1111e"N'9: Ooorifin run dully nr

r -, 'i n proportion' }aI'gpl'-one gentleman:( know far more than the military of the EASTWARD. -AN 1) -

(and his name dcsi'ives" immortality) having wants and condition of[ the people, nnd 1 li.' vo Qnlnrr nt._. A. M. UNION STOVE I'OIiISII. HOLCOMBE & C0
by them 1 I" distributed' the neejy tliither Ani-i-, nm'l'.tllnhnsunt------------ 1I.:1i'i:l "
contributed the suns of Fiat lfii>iii>' l of these would I lo IMVII, T.llflli".iuu \'t__.... 7.11/1 It \\-tfi. I'. si.itssim: A cnt.Bllnhiumpo .
plans work well, .... .' '
lIdlul" Lniivu Mnillimii nt .10 Ml ( fireli 2J ISflil. nm
the latter far better, null. if ndnpiqd th F' .,\rrln, nl Lake City ut -_..... 2.05 1'. M.,
It WAS on this evening hint. the Quincy: entire ollices of the Bureau, including[ WESTWAUU.IV : :pmLADEL1"'lIIA Cl'UOilAS[ 1IOLCOMBJ5;, RstitlIISIIED IN 18J4U:

.. String( liiirid, and amateur musicians from looking!: after the fivednien" might::( be. per >ive, r.nko Cit>. nt. 7.M A. J[,
...... fo'rmed, and electively, itbout a dollar] 1,011"011111111., nL.... ____.10.Ml "
."' and elsewhere, brought dutch theItoiu. I''if cost for nsency. Arihn .it 'riiiiiiiiii'Kw lit;..___...__... 1'. xr. OIL I'AINT AND]) ,VAKNISK i[
,, OLD
l.nuviTiillulmwt': .____._.. STAND,
:1 5 i We ate glad in see that Gets Steadman Arrive Ht(,"II'Or' nt ..._.-........... 4.60: '.
(There wa anothei liand" from Quincy, is bringing his strong common' : 'sense and ST. MARKS TRAINLonvo '. 'on. u.s.

thoughthat attracted more attention than in.corrnplible.hone'ity to bm\! oil the question 'I'nllllh".",'" "'__._____._._._.. 730 A. Xf,,
and has struck at tire root of the Arrhc nt >;t: Marks: nt...._.. POO) 181 BAY STREET,
t the :String:: l>and, and 1 that can't be beat evil by lecoinmending an !,nlil'e..with] riMVi. St. Mul-kK nt.12.00 ),I.
in the universe. Better than "the bar Ilrll\\'lIl.uf tile ArrlvnntTnll.ihiMHitiitt.- 1.80 p, Jit, SPEAR &,
I : p agents and the U.ill', an hour will IJB (given on the nrnvalnl,
'of a thousand strings," ,01' any Eoliaharp n tiansfcr of all necessary! powers to the tho rairt lit T.illiiliiiHrtfu for Dinner, going! from
I ] ,inilitaiy COll1l11l1n was the music of the a Fl
merry voices ELEVEN A line of ntaf( 'fl bt'twpon Quincy, Bainhrldeo t j.e
of this beauteous Band! I And there MILLIONS; OF DOLLARS.. And and Allmny' "nfid iiMtwocn .Montluollonnd TliuiuaHVillo. 1 J' ) _l J g
were for
what 1 I To Keep up a governmentswindling will\\ onneut ltllw truing.UUKKItT PARAFFINE OILS !
similar bands, from Ieen, JeTer'a"n( and shop: We hope tho i'le.sident, ; WAI.KKIt,

Matlison-each member herself, a Concert will have the good sense to veto every ap mnyS-lf I .____<::ell'! Supcrluteud0ntn ,_

-a Festival, and a Piomenade.: ) propriation that may be voted to keep 11)1) THOMAS HAYWARD, Machinery, lubricating,Wool, Rosin, FOKWARDING AND
so useless and, hurtful an institution
Gas and Lard Oils
Wl en ?.ve appear in our Full Dress, we JfacoH Telegraph. Commission Merchant ,

hope '1'J: add lo this "very hurried notice -- PITCH ROOFING CEMENT PARAFFINF VARNISII
TALLAHASSEE Commission; 9Jerchaifs)
of the "Full Dress" of Thursday and the Archery Is among the outdoor sports ,
for ladies like to be popular! this suntrne OX TUB[ JUST; SID! 01'( MOXKOK: STKKKT,
Concert and WAG01V CREASE I
Festival, of Wednesday. As It is proposed to establish a ground in the I Oj>pOteito my Old Stainl. ,

'the Floridian !beautifully commences, we Central Park, New York, where fair BAVANKA1I: : GEORGIA./
.' 'conclude : nmiksmen may emulate the doings of lirA| \'E received: for sole, a small lot of oholo< White Lead: and Colors of All Kiudn[ ,

, "The distress and suffering produced Cressy, Agincourt and Chevy Chase Old \Vhniit Ijonrbon and Rye Whlnki-y; Ok 1 April 3, ISflg. 3m
using winged shafts to accomplish with Cognac randy: ; (mid 1 "Cherry" Madulratuid' cluroi AND DK.U.H1U 1.1 -
by some misfortunes are almost lost i in susceptible hearts the same results WIohy (hiPBHO oily
they Jo;, ;, fc Co's 1IIIt'r.| (jock Tail nnd Mint
t ; Jnlop
'the ;
sympathy for our friends and countrymen have long achieved with glance from I' SAVANNAH
IIol'U'c: Chllmpllllllo( A:; and we are sure that ff'onr unfortunate their brights'e'es.. Rye and. NV'liiMit Whi.kpy-hy the barrol. ,

fellow-citizen! Maj. GEE, could I llavo ITIuiiy Debts Duo Sirs ILLUMINATING OIL!!, EEXZINE, *0.
leave Greenbacks are worth 77 cents on a of long:; Btandlnif, find would Iou ratidod to knot STEAM BAKERY\ { I
,been present rt the J Concert and dollar in Canada. Are not the Canadians who run nr will |my mo uII .thllll(. 'nil and set 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVERPIiILADCLI'IIIA.
Festival ]had his me, and t '!11! nine whit you cnn pay-If It U but 23
for benefit the afraid of
by their color 1 1 cents in tlio dollar, I s tall bu oontunt.

Leon and the adjoining counties on - --- -.- --- npril28[ tf I 67, 69 AND 71 BAY STREET.

Wednesday and Thursday nights at the CORNCORNCORN! JULIAN BETTON _AJnreh:. 2 I, ISOfl. e m,

Capitol, It would have cheered his heartiu tid .AV.A.N> ITT i1I3 G.A.
DIALER IX Hodgkiss Scott & Co
this dark hour of his trial aud aufI' r.. 1000 Bushols for Salo : ,
Hoots, Shoes and LeatherTALLAIASSEL ,
lug ff\f\:: BUSriEI.S White Southern
I .)UU moo bushels Y ollow. [ FLA. .

A STRANGE STATEMENT.-That of one In lute to suit bin ore aud L.chonn U, 8TAVNJ5K.for cn h. First Door North of State ICiiuU. NO. 21 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. L. K' SMITH & CO.

of the first citizens in Tallahassee that a mnylS-lf March_a!.l'Jd, inn Thnx. 11. HodifklxH, late of imliolton' Urothoru,
Biltlinorc.O. PROPRI1JTtrT.6: _
very large number of negroes, among M. G. EHRLICH w2LL..t: ; those in his hiiHfir1*.
employ, on' his plantationshad ;). II. I'ooln, of firm of I'oo'io: & liultbitt, )]"ID. KERP ON IUNU AT \\noLESAI.H ALL KISTS
begged him that they might be allowed VUOLSiliS DIALER IV LIVERY STADLES brMg"\ flu
the \\'. .K I'ooli., of Urm of (K \V. Scott; Co.,TnlluhasHwe .
privilege of getting up a Festival Millinery & Fancy Dry Goods, Fh". BISCUIT, CRACKERS, CAKES
for Maj. GEB'B benefjt. This gentleman QUINCY, FLA.nACKH .
assures us that COO negroes would TRIMMING, LACES, SILKS AND WHITE GOODS. Special iiltontlon given to the mlo of all kinds of Fresh nuked mid ICIln Dried, ui.i.K!

'I Constantly on hand n l large lunortmout Buggies, SOUTHERN PRODUCE
unite in Tallahassee ,
In such an undertaking t* A.II 1t J EXITJWHLV FOli
I We have no doubt In the world that TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED nlwajH In roadiin'na to t of' mind to till pnrulmno and) fihlpment of
convey paiit-onKi'rviir-
such a move, intproportion to the ability! t Hats, Caps, Bonnets and Straw Goods. rl-wry lutt on other the point raldrond they InilnB may desire, to Chaltnh'tuobeeor to tfo to. Household find Plantation (:odds, Army, Wavy, Shipping, Sieamboav.OUOCEttS :.

/ of the negroes, would be as successful as Every description of TUEUUOltMV1l.LttD.!: Wares, Implements[) ( ,
lurch 29, 1MM\ ____ IfA 8ALOO.NS( &C. IX.
'the !glorious result of the affair of Wed. LADIES __
liiiiiii 'nesday and Thursday Evenings. For the < IVoticc.I ,
AT OLESALf7. : inontbH after date I will jironcnt my nn- -----
sake of the! SIX
great argument involved in
vniiplieniu Admlni
trntnxof: llmurtatuof
Country Milliners Supplied-Ordora
such an enterprise, ly nil meant let the Attundod to. L. M. White, to line honorable Jinl o of REFERENCES : N. 1I.-OI'lcrli
J'rohato of lidoii county for a tliml nottluinunt Mi'liunOurrlor Co., New York. IromiUCurrliillf (I
effort be made I UNDER ST. ANDREWS HALt, and ask for n dlnnlmrgo. E. M WII t'i' ,T. Ii Moore, Orlllln, U tliryntit I'ut lip iiiiA IK>ll\'cr.- Jnii If). 1SGO-flm Adm-x. : Crnum Montgomery, AlA. .
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JEFERSON STREET --' A. H mid, Mueiin, (In. 27,_ISOn.__ _. _____ ::1111 /I
PLEASE SEND TUEM TO vs.-Those NOTICE.MKSSHH. E. Bond, Mnnnn (la.
,1,.. \Vhitllold, BILL AND LETTER ( I IUnaicellcd
Confederate Bills. We will return to ONE DOOR .FUO\( BEOtlOnTO.V, : 1Ii\IiI, SOLES: lire my duly in- l'r tlpmnl't\U., Aln. HEADS,
you .m.liaily, oldollt Stnto:! Bank\ Florida..,

Mlf of all you send us, with beautiful Saraniiili, G'a. In my iibwnre.'. Agents to trammel T, J. riKK.TAIlD himlni-M!: / for, nio TRlbthnssee.'1"'".:'". K. tlntnboltoii, rrr M.I.l.'lro In..' Coin for) i XoatiicssI t v

inscription neatly printed OD them. May 10, ISOfl. tt :,041.1Southcru; 86s.' Exn't: and Imp'l Cu.Aprt1:1 !If. party: Maltlmore.I : :1'( PLAIN Oil IN COL01W" '

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To the Eililon of the Cincinnati Enquirer : -- :
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""" Having to "fa written IliA calves you,'some' and days waiting ago relative very, AT WHOLESALE NEW GOODS Direct Trade with JGurope: !
1 SHOBER ft. '
< impatiently for an answer, I, to my great .
k ., vexation, lonnd in the Sunday edition my Bou'rnmnNEXPORT : :

\ Cheapest Newspaper in the State: note, without they not any to information be found in whatever.Arc tho Queen.- SCHOONER WM, B, MANN

: rl'x: 'Weekly............. ............$U City t Or are you, aa all sensible men Duo nt St. .II/I\rkllollliod withSPRING T AND I IMPORT )

,r'I f hnui-'Veekly.- .......... ..1I should bo, attending to your business, and PRATOKItJS & OLAEK

I I II! AVeekly................................ :.2i pteait.permitting the ladies to dress lull as they 00 J.v.Jr: : ? t-Li. N 'St .

You will at (least answer mo why the GOODS addition to Ihulr Agt-nls already! IIlI're. tljtj
't'ALr.A JA8SEE: :
'lords of creation (as you proudly deem [IERClIANT I N T TAILOIlS S IS Etport and Import I'mnpany will

yourselves) are ever commenting and criti! 1"onMcKibbin : send with Kufflpn+reference Mr. J. 131 this!:,t1YA1tD eevtlon.Ooods ,.olio will
Saturday Morning, May 19, I860 oiling our dress 1 If we wear largo hoops go rpvclal

i J and short ekirls "it is disgusting ;"' if we &: Allen. TALLAHASSEE> FLA Wares, &c

wear trails "it is such nn extravagance to freight \'b' I.1 l For St.
Af It Is contemplated a
1 The following poem, taken ,from the wo do not wonder at the Manning numberof Harks, a ram ttpporlunlly l 10 pCcki-nted to Metohnnts -

"Cresoeul Monthly: ," la one of the gems of unmarried ladios ;j" if we wear a coquets 1,000 pieces, Spring Prints, American, tml 1'lnntl'rs of obtaining. ("prods, nt ln>*
the Company
York A
than New whtilt'snlipncvs. *
i the author : ish little hat "it is a fright ; if we wear riprugne: [ Phillip AlIt>n's, Merriraac, nfo able ID tnnko theft pnftihasvs direct
.t large ones wo are equally condemned.Now .- &c., &c ... .. WK are now receiving a line asuorlnipnt of from tile KactoHts, they Art enabled to dillver
The Confederate Flag.BT what are wo to do ? How are wo to 300 pieces Spring DeLaiues, ... .27c CASSIMEUCS, VaSTtNQS !goods at redncl'd rail's. Inasmuch however, aorders
dress to suit tho fastidious taste of you 200 pieces Lawns and Jaconets! .".35c LINEN GOODS nf this kind tlinnld ho Died Leo menthe
II. L, FI.ASU. ahead, Jlcrchllntu dcnlrinv IllY 'In II Chen t O\pck
i connoinucrs ? We are perfectly content 100 p's 1'laid and Strlpod Orgaudics,50c of Fall Uonds, rhunld send In their orclil* m
to attend to our dress ourselves, grantingyou 60 pieces Mozambique, , .. ,. 30c Clnthin and Furnishing Goods soon as pmctlcablo. tUrlctuUuntimmlll 1 bo given
Four stormy years we saw it gloantA the same Pl'ivilcge."redo not laugh, CO pieces Plain and Fig Orenadint>$1.00 to tho smallest ardent.AGRICULTURAL.
people's hope-ani then re-lurid, : Consisting, In part, of lie following :
at your fashions, which nro as various, 10 bales I Brown Shirting,. 20c MACHINERY.
Even wbilo ice glory was the thorns changeable and more I ludicnous than ours. 6bnles5" .. ....23c Fine Block, Blue I\nllJroWn :UrBvlulolhs;
Of half the world Black Doeskin, Fun y Sprint Cashmeres; By the tarlfl'of 1806, AirrliultunilIs Jl/llrlolnN'
But forgivo mail I have sa id too muoh 10 bales -1-4 .. .... 26c Blue Flannels Tilnck trop tl'Etdj' : admitted free r1' duly. Alatlnnnry and Portable
for 10 bales 4-4 (Appleton A,).... .. 281 Black and Colored Italian Cloths; Knglni-fl! used fur Agrlcnlturul....ce come
The beaoon that with streaming ray "It's hardly in a body's pow'r 5 bales 4-.1 Star, ... White, Colored and FnnPjr tln"IIIIIIl.ks; under this claps, and may be, obtained flfj and 40
Dazzled a struggling nation's sight- White, Colored and Fahtiy Linen Drillings; cent cheaper than those ninde fiurth.
To keep, at times, from being sour," 8 cases: i Bleached Shirting,. .18c Black and Tlrown Silk Mixed Co.iUngs; per
Seoniiag u pillow of cloud by day, Especially when my' tilting hoops and 2 cases i" .22c Fancy and White tlar elllei<; Laborers and House Servants.
Of fire by night Black Silk Velvet and Hllk Vestlngs
2 4-4 "Flne.27c ;
a Derby hat have received their death-tver* cases '. White, Drown and Huir Linen Hhlrts; Special attention will bn l\en to the, procures ,
?" who trembled as it hung I rant from papa, a..d all caused by an article |12 cases 44" Extra.82l I.lnen and Paper Collars, Lisle '1'hl'l'/"li; moot of Servants and Labort-is' only such 'belnjc
They jeer, I in the from Cotton and Merino Half HOHO; suli'Ctrd an lurninh Inutniaisur gotid elmracter.As .
i {; '; Comol-likc, blazoning: the sky ; Enquirer copied some paper Fine Cotton and Gauze Merino Undershirts, Mr. llornnrd will horse early In May, It I Id
a t And heroes, such as Homer sung, the writer of whioh little dreamed of GOO S. Fine Linen, Fine Jeans; r desirable that all orders sliunld bo left with him
. Followed it to die. the consequence whioh would ensue in WHITE : Cotton Flannel and Merino Cndcrshtrts; before that limo.
,. u delightful home between an old-fogy papa LIsle Tblead, Berlin and Kid Gloves For further particulars, or for filrruhir .011tnhilug -
Jaconets, Tape Chocks, Nainsook, Soft Handkerchiefs, Blank and Fancy Bilk Ties cost of :urnpi>an nr tides" apply' to
r and a refractory daughter. What are and Cravats U. F. FLOYD (',,'old"L..1nekoollvlll".1o'III
It fell but stainless as it rose- ; ,
Mull Swiss Mull Dotted Swiss Muslins
the strife we to do 1 How are we to dress to keep Suspenders, Cashmere Overshlrts: .
Martyred, like Stephen, in ; you from writing such odious things that White Tarlotons, very flue, Brilliants, Table Also a flan assortment of ,l'. T. BKKNAItl, AKfiit,
like him girdled with foes, .
Passing, Damasks Irish Linens Ttellahaitser, Fla.flw
dear old-fashioned will call ,
From! doatli-to lifo.Fllmo'e good, papas MEN, YOUTHS AND DOYS'Spring' Maroh 29,1804.
loving daughters to read what the world -

t says and thinks, and end his parental!()- and Summer Clothing: t ti
sanctified by tears WIIITE AND COLOREDMosquito
trophy, i New Orleans Ali laclticuls
turo command I
by a positive simply, sup ,
Planted forever at her porlal : i mh27 tf
because tho Enquirer indorses it all ? .
pose, Nets IA -
Folded what then Four short years
true-Maila it immortal. Hoping you will give me the desired information and St. Murks.Regular .

s .. 1 await, with anxiety, your answer. WHOLESALED RETAILSTORE.
E. Semi-Monthly :Packet
Fold Tenderly That Banner, COVINQTON, April 23. LARGE LOT OFCLOTHING

Fold tenderly that banner, I rna BTHAMSIII
Mr FATIJEB'B CUMMIN.--A young urchin
. ( And gently lay it by, before the act, was employed to sweep! tbe !
As we do the tear-wet garments chimney of a house in Mocclosfield, and
Of our loved ones when tboy di o. having ascended to the summit of his profession I G.\\'. & 1\. M SC0TT& CO -

took a survey. This oornplot"d.1; -
Is it treason now to mourn ill he prepared to descend, but mistaking ;the 20 cases Women's Boots, ., .. .. ..$1.60
If so, we're traitors all, flue he found himself ,landing in the E respectfully Inform oat friends that we "'
on 10" "Dalms, . .. .. .. 1.85 -yV receiving, "
} For we oannut keep the tears book office of a limb of the law, whose meditu' 10 Patent Tip" .. .. .... 2.00 ore now

t That fast upon it fall. tions were put to flight. The sensation of 30 Men's' Brogans, .... .. .. .1.75 A :LARGE STOCK OF FLOR7C: : D A.
t : both parties it is impossible to describe 10 Men's Fine Sowed Boots,. .i.60

We fought bravely to uphold it, tho. boy terrified lest ho should be punished, 10 Men's Fine Balms, ... ..., .2.50 RICHARD KOACH, Cllm/JIn/llIl" ',

l But now our valor was in vain ; Q stood riveted to tho spet, and tho lawyer, 10 Men's Buckle Congress, .... .3.75 alarksfur N.... Orleiini, nn
,', It i is now our sad memento struck dumb, started from his seat, the 5 Men's Buckle Qxforda, .,.. 3.50 SPitING I G l\NlJ 1 SU11 IEnCOODS WIf.LleavoSt.Kith, on Ilii' orrh.1 l nf taro,
a ,i I Of our gallant brothers slain. very image of horror, but spoke not. Sooty, 10 i Welt Calf Balms toiiohinv Apnlnrblrnla, Will Imvefw the. M and/1IuruaGr 1 ,I lath", sort

i however, soon found a tonguu; and in accents 20 ado Coys and Youths' Boots, .1,75 St. Marks nn the full and 2$d. al 8 A. M., touching .
;! It's a relic sad and holy, whioh only increased the terrors of tho 10 MissesBaluns, .. .. . .. .1.50 tit Apalarhicolaon' llm lOlh and 'JMi, and
1 Of a past forever fled ; man of law, cried out : 60 doz. Ladios Lasting Gaiters, 92 to 4.50 leaving snow days .
And you see !in it a symbol, My father's cummin directly. I AOI X'J'S.
Coffin of a cause that's dead. This was enough.The presence of an At the old\ ntnnd In 'f'1\'hhll..eq' where w. lire A. D inn, SI. Jlfnrkn,
equivocal being, so introduced, unnerved MEN'S HATS. prepared to apply cuitotnurti with ail Xii.daof 'V. U. I'nxTia U,., jpnlafhlsola,
J'OST.t; HOHBT, 133: Oravlrr 5t., Men( Orlwnn.
No more its folds shall flutter his heart ; with one bound, the affrighted April 7,]866. 3u.,
I: In the wanton Southern gale, lawyer flew down stairs, and sought refugein 50 cases Men's Black and Colored Date, Fashionable Dress Goods ,
Where the eon non hoarsely mutter, the street from the enemy. Lawyers $12 to $24 dozen.
1 --.. And the iron falls like hail.A take warning SADDLEo
Grenadines and Organdies, 4 I
Then fold it kindly, tenderly A farmer called at the house of a lawyer GROCERIES. Harness and Carriage; ;

And gently lay it by, to consult him professionally. '1st1 Squeer MUSLINS AND PRINTS,

I As we do the tear-wet garmentsOf at home ?" he inquired of tho lawyer's lady, 50 Bags Rio Coffee, .... .. . .. 30 ESTABLISHMENT I.T
our loved ones when they die. who opened the door at his summons. He 25 Barrels Crushed Sugar., . 20 LACE MANTIXS,

was answered negatively. Disappointment 300 Barrels Flour, .... .. .. . .. ,$12.00 -
Tlla UNRBTURNINO BRAVE.-While in shone in his face ; but, after a moment's 200 Bbls. Crackers, Soda, Milk, Su- COLLARS AND SETTS.GROCERIES.

one section of the nation monuments are consideration, a thought,;: revived him- ear and Wine, Lore J. rt recciTcil wlnrge n...rtX .. -
rising o'er the scpulcheros of those whose "Mebby yourself can gi' mo the necotsary 25 Bbls. White Wine Vinegar, inviitvf Uuud,cansi>liigufi.!
blood won success for the armies of the formation, aa well as t' Squeer seen us 0,000 Ibs. Rock Potash,

< Union-the brave dead, erst our enemies ye're hia wife This the kind lady readily 25 cases Sardines, .. .; ? .... .$28.00 (lcnllcmen's and l.adlrs' Red.ft..,.
i -we would continue to urge upon our promised to do so, if, on learning tho difficulty 150 cases Baltimore Oysters,. .. 12,00 Flnu Donblo and !Singl! liar'"',,, '
Bridles and
Collars Wlilpn,
people remembrance of a duty, whose negs she found it in her power ; and the 150 cases Fresh Peaches, .. .. 10.00 Haddlo Cloths, .1

lect cannot, we are certain, rise from care other proceeded to state the case as follows 100 boxes Soap, ... .. ... ... .... 12J BOOTS AND SHOES, Shun Flndliifrs{! of every deserlptloa
lessness on the subject. : 'Spooze ye wur an old white meat, 200 boxes Adamantine Candles,.. 28 leather of nil kinds, '

" I Five years ago, from the homes and an' I should borry ye to gang to mill, with 50 boxes Raisins, .._. .... .. .. 6.00 HATS AND CAPS Saddle Travelling and, tiutoliels'llarneRs and Llarilwuru Trunl

hearts of this town of ours, cheered on by grirt 011 yet back, an' wo should get no furor 50 i boxes Raisins, .. ., ,. ... ... 3.50 Carriage! Trlnmilngs,
the God-speed of every man, woman niid than Stair Hill, whon all at once ye 100 i boxes Raisins, .... .. ? .... 1.80 Wagun and Uuggy Italia
I. child within iU limits, marehed away to should back up, and ron up, apd break I CLOTHING Buggy Buggy Axle Hlmftn and Idpukes Springs and, Ulus

.,' battle for a cause we all thought right, as yet neck, whe'd pay fur ye 1 Not I, dearnme Wines and i
gallsntjn band In if 1 would !I"" The lady closed the door. Liquors.
ever, thoso
trying years, :EI.A.E'l..D: : t7CT8R7: : CARRIAGES AND BT7QGIEJof
bore the standard of either nation.
'. EVEN THE DARKIES: DON'T 100 Barrels Old Continental .. t
Little need Is there to dwell the TRUST 11M I 1- ewr/ description
; story oCt the past ; you all know the upon sad bis- Tho Savannah Daily Advertiser of the 4th Whiskey, .... .. .. .. .. ?$3 00 gal CROCKERY, Machine llelting.
lory : how they fought, and how says : We heard of a queer thing last night. 50 bbls Pure Old Rye Whiskey .. Work made to order and IVtpMrlng done willn.
how batllo they fell s An ex Federal offioer WAS talking about the .... ... .. . 4 00 Agricultural Iiiiplcmcuts_ dispatch
new field
every '
gave a burialplace I 25 beta Old Cabinet Agent for. Wholor Wllsoi's and 110"'.'.
< to some; how the ranks thinned the impropriety of carrying pistols, nnd said Whiskey 4 60 SE'" INl1UACIIINIS.::
old flag buoamo tattered and smoke : that any one iu New York caught with a 25 bbls Old J.B. (9 years old,) 7 00 itc. &c. &c. ic. J. K rURDT.
; how they carved out, even in that bogrimed > concealed weapon i in his possession wouldbo 10 6 bbl8 Brandy, .. .... ... 7 00 Tallahassee Oct. 26.-tfBLACKSMJTHING

rious army whose deeds their foes glo. promptly committed to the Tombs. A 5 i bbls Cognac, 1850, .. .. !0 J 00
applau; 5 i eels Pinet Castilllon .. 12 00 AT THE !.
ded, a name which will until the end of negru present said ho intended going Ndrth ,
time shed its lustre on their birth soon, and would carry his pistol, and woulduse 10 Barrels Holland Qin, ... .
hew, us timii wore on, the dead were place ; i it too, if ho bad occasion offered. Tho lOt Casks Sherry, .. ,. 3 50 LOWEST CASH PRICES H B. FITTS & CO. i
\ >mart> ; officer who known 10 t (very old,) 5 00 iI
than tha living and of that noble band was to tho negro abkod UK now prepaied to exeeuto I
more d.erll"
were sleeping lonely ground in : him why ,ho should do so, to which the 100 cases Sherry, 100 cases Madeira, llavlug established a. branch of our house to A clan of
stranger ; contraband 50 cases Port, 500 cases Claret 50 cases New York, we are prepared to furulnhGoods ui "C
than responded "Kane I
lands -
fo: gathered around their regimen.. cant trust Sillery Imperial all kinds, In any quantity, on the shortest notice BLACKSMITHING
deso Champagne 50
dam Yanks cases
standards how when at last nohow. The crowd saw and the advantageous terms. f
; their cam- I do In the best manner, and as low I\S ?
paignlng o'er, beaten and weary the roms the joke, and the officer wilted Raymond cases Star the cost of material &.0., will ad"l1IIr. 'ihuy
nant returned-and bow many places in I CASH ADVANCESMADE have sutured the servlcxea ot HOIIIO. of the

our town were vacant forever. It js all A tall )Eastern' girl named. Short, long RENISH WINES. BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE.
known but loo well. loved a certain big Mr. Little, littlo thinking ON COTTON SHIPPED TO
')0 We weep for them, remember them, Short loved a little lass named Long. 100 cases Deldesheimer Auslese, 50 ca will Phone be who guaranteed may favor entire ill satisfaetion.ViTHhoji with their. patioijag'

iiiied them )hourly; we talk fondly/ of them To make a long story short, Little proposed see Forester Traminer, 60 cases Forester' nearly opponite the 1'0.1011I0",,
and dwell with lingering boast upon their, to Long, and Short longed to be even with Klrchenbtuck[ 50 cases ARi+ntbaler. Hodgkiss, Scott & Co. Kub. 3, IbOO-If

heroic. lives and still more heroin deaths Little's shortcoming. So Short meeting 50 Cases Wiuo Bitters,

we all do that. Aye, but their bodies still Long, threatened to marry Little before 50 Cases Stomach Bitters, NEW YORK. NOTICE.
lie scattered along the track long, which caused Little to 2 i Cases Lemon Syrup,
their marry Long. ALEXANDER GALLIC
service Tallahassee March 24 1800.
iu unmarked Query 1 Did lull Short love Littlo 50 Cases Hose Cordial,
graves, on fields soon to big leas roerrru (ALtaohmen&.
bo upturned by the driving pigw, or in forests because Little loved Long 1 200 Cases Holland Cordial Schnapps, VALEN'flNl; M.J0I1N80N.
whose gathering mould will As the colored minister said : "Few such 400 Cases old Rye Whiskey, 12.00 P. B. BBOKAW'S Amount sworn to, f 18 871,
hide their resting places forever. erelong cases seldom happen very rare." 200 Cases very old Rye Whisky, 13.50 !: defendant and all\ others Interested IIrw'
notified of the ,
Let us bring them home, and rear to 60 Cases Brandy, Pinet Castillion, above! suit, and to appear before coninenci-iuent me In the city tf rho of

t them a monument-even though it bo tho Well, Jim, how did you make it down 50 Cases Cognac. LIVEUY I AND SALE Tttllubasseo Iu Leon coucty, Florida, mi the seooii.U, t
Monday "uo",1860, and
r. >kroketi bhaft which tells of mined purpose South tFirst.rate judgment will lie given by default plead to the same,on

";,,1 of wrecked fortunes and lives given iu vain made plenty of money, Malt Liquors. U. Jl. FIS1IKK: ,
o JV'w/ott Virginian What did you do with it T 100 Casks Ale, STAB tOCS.TALLAHASSEE. Justice of the !'note. .
Laid it out iu houses and lots. Tebrnury 18,1888.PLOUGH feb17-owalll
500 Cases Scotch Ale', '
Where 1
A colored preacher on the Peninsula, the Every place I have been where there 100 Cases Brown Stout, FLA PLOUGHS:; AND
other day, addressing his congregation \ was 100 Cases Champagne Cider
used the following language : What kind All of tho goods we will Bell at New AI80 WAGONS,
of houses and '
"In do great day ol tie resurrection, de and lot whisky lots tCoffeehollie' York: quotations for CASH, BQ(1QIlSS( AND IRON..

LorJ will separate his flook, plalliug a. 17 I'o&itivel/ flood told at rtlail.IJcKibliln NOt 10,11, 6Chnd 60 Tlouchs{ ;
sheep on de one side and de gout cm Je It is said that a sober Carriages and Harness 8 lush Cant Half blnjitl d..- .
and tank de Lord man whoa drnnk Inch wl< '
oder brethren Iron.
; he knows
whiuli wens elf wool." feelt the game aa a drunken man when sotr. >I & Allen. FOK SALE. tot4' ralw
r Talahaaaee! March fi, 18M, I. Tellal..w...Ile.,1',ISM. tf llP"nt"1 n,1661&n.; U... Mi&QINNI81i: at uu'9. If '" '.
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