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 22, 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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!ijt'u' ijrj.trttldU JiWlinrtESTABLISHEDIN : -_ !tb1tnttn J bbtr1istnttnf From the Metropolitan Record ed under a scroll, with "State sovereignty" uponit. rAIL: RunT oFPAPAGflAPJI"' ..; 1;4'

; "nill. Arp"-So Callrd- Letter from tho Autlior la it the freedom of slaveslhat! has been accompli I 11
0 :" The nook now' In Pros*. hcd? Alas I the one and a. half million* Maximilian. is ,desperately hard up for epondu-
( /. 1838,) DRUGS DRUGS DRUGS who have in the free lies. '. I J'I
It Is with great pleasure vd present our readers I perished war, are certainly ; I -:._ i
Pt71ItrsDlm the remainder are rapidly realizing the same: liberty ;: :
with letter from our too long silent friend, Hon. James Stephens expected to "Mturp"Amer. :'
Erery Tuesday Thursday and :WHOLESALE, AND RETAIL. Charles 1L Smith, or, "Bill ,Arp," the rmmo by or finding a new bondage in other climes. I ra in,behalf. of Penl nim. ..j.
..:..:..-. which he I is more familiarly known. This letter Like the poor Indian, the race is doomed, and -' :/
explains itself and have. few the mighty North srtll triumphs in the glory of Congress. slilPgrinds:: upon its axed, /: (I,1
THE 'LARC'ES'STOCK we only a words to I' I
Without to odious taxes.:
'l'ERM8-CASII ADVANCE : ad.1.'I' accomplishment.. But I will not speak more regard V

Per Annum-three time. wcik.... n ... . ..,$6 00 "IS TUB STATD The book will be Uaiiccl in about month from of this.. 'fo the charitable reader let me say, forgive It is stated that Mr. Forrest's engagement ia )ff!
Do.twice week...... .. .t. .. . . ... 400 OF GEORGIA* the present date, will be sold,for one dollar and me. if you find something to condemn the California for $1,000 per night '
po.once week.,......i. .. .. . ..... .:. s UO half a will contain number a. following pnges. It is not in my heart to offend '
copy, a Urge of humorous
I DIirOS, MEDICINES.! CHEMICALS, PATENT MJ5D- illustrations executed, in the best style of a good man, whether he live North or South: A coward may: fight ; a coward may .conquer { It-- .

BATES OF) ADVERTISING .,'Mud SurVicaL Pcrt'umerics.Truese. Instruments. >ye Slutts, art, and will also have ,a life.' lik pprtralt bf the and there be better judges than I of what should\ but coward can never forgire'! .

TO D:5IPA.D :rORrN: ADVANOE: JxLraets &c., &0. Flavoring author engraved on stool) .11. have, or have/ not been -avritten. It may be said No man, snys Qrerille, was ever. ocf much .d- / .,
One rquare 0* Nonpareil lino or ]leas) for the first Pole Agent Aur Ilolmbold's Extfhci of flnchu and Sareaparllla As to the'rcquosf of ,-ijtlnffUHlted that the character of those letters! has no tendency ceivd himself. '
Insertion ......r...1.... .%""' .-.*,,:,,4..' ..i.. ..,.,.II 00 Ayor'i Preparation-Jayne's Preparations, Huns' < author to soften the'animosities engendered tho by another as by ; or J. j i.:,;
Each subsequent Insertion. .. .. .. .... .. .;. :. .. .'. ... .. 76 ft Domingo Kitten and Preparations, Hoofland'a German in regard to the reconstruction of the orthography late strife. I that it by It {kflatd: there are'7',006 Cdn'fefierato; dead now"
Estate and Legal Notices to be charged thn same as .< BlUe"1 Clock's UalrKeatpror, Thompson's and Phalon> we have only to say that we have done our unhappy can answer, is not I '" "
transient advertisements'except Notice of DlnmiBrton } lull-Preparations Articles Well's /: Stri-nirthon. best; but if wo have not always sweceded it in rebel nature to be humble to those who would, buried i in the vicinity of!:Lynchburg;! Va.'k; .: :',

trbitnary' as Administrator Jtolioea, Tributes, for Kesroct which the charge and Marriages shall be'18'00 In trade.;?.Plasters and all oth'r Patent Medicines before the Ihust bo attributed to the rebellion character, of put the heel of tyranny upon us. Our peopleare ., The ,wlfa of Thomas Carlyle, died very aw.lde'nly !
the Inng'unge.Ye have tried hard a unit upon the moral of the fight they madej Park the 23d ult, *
-cbargei-advertlsement8. to "harmon while riding in Hyde on
I Im
__ ize": with the strict rules laid down by .Messn I They sincerely foul that tho provocation of the '
mid war was not 'begetting. Many a time and oft The great belles of Paris have'adopted tlf.iah-
lJl' It nub guflincss < nrb The most extensive and complete stock of Murray Webster, and trust we shall be acquitted ion
have little bolls
from any complicity in the dl'signagainst men and nations been conquered, but not wearing onthelrgloiesandbonnets. ; -
: convinced. The story of Ireland, Poland, and .
"Her it in
A. J. l-EEI.EU, Majesty's English, some instances the"spell"
PAINTS the "Hero of the Lakes," has been often reproduced '
has not been broken
JV.ttOIxi.03rTALLAHA88KE :t :L n'C'V altogether : The new Parisian bonnets are a
to illustrate that remedied
: are not
I.: wrongs ,
TO THE and
rU L1SIIER. cross between a plate an inverted
FLORIDA. Oils Varnishes, French Zinc Colors,Artiste and Polnt rs' Yours humorous nor rights i secured by wager of battle. nium soup gefa-.
u requesting copies letters
Office -up Wain over the State Bank.. Office hours Materials to bo found in any section of tho South nnd at t'my :While mourning the loss thousands of the pot. i i
which ] for publication, is before ma I have I '
prices absolutely duly competition.
to1p.niaadfrom2t 8 ui.
p. while In all the of interments in Alabama
noblest of the
'oct M-6M that they were hardly worthy of being placed before our race, sufTcring poverty reports > -
1 the public in book, form. At the time they and desolation with which our conquerors have the negroes outnumber,the. whites ,in the propor-

EDWIN. IIAln.A.'t'toru.OY''a1 \ GLASS. wore written they were appreciated, because the visited us, while memory sting' with the rape tion of one-third. 1

: :XJ1LW, minds of tho1 people needed( relaxation from the and arson which barbarians under arms enforced, Some batchelor 'it is much :
)1very'voribty: of Claoi French says
and Gormnn
Pinto Stained and heartless ollicers permitted, it is not in human -
MADI80K, i"LA and momentous nucl absorbing interests of the war.- when first married but it In much
Jut $;ky Light !Glues, vlnglii! and double tliickni'ss. you get more.
Vtll' In the; Conrta of the Middle Judicial Clr- The fountain of nature to smother resentment against those .
practice thought won tried, and those }111'I after a year or so. (
". vult.. ___ ._fob! 11H.:1.':) "Pure I were its rest. The humor that is in thorn was who would still play the tyrant and grind us into '
French Brandies dust. Bonnets of wreath' of daIies 4i
consisting !solely' a
I. then for it
w. \YIII'I'NEn: : : entertaining was pertinent to the occasion -I .
that provoked it, and impertinent to But to you, kind reader who can: speak): gently or handful {lilies,' festooned with. ribbons, are '::,...
.ttxz1c37cit: Xji-r r very to the erred who wOIIIlY for Paris. *r' -I' ..
y those it lucid up. before tho public en ing, (if we huve ,) pour worn street dress in ,.t{
MADI8OS,FLA. Wines and Whiskies eye. I oil the troubled, and the handof ..1
upon waters prefer ..
I do not think that: such humor will bear the An iraneiblegentleman lately fought duel with
Will practice In the Courts of the Middle Circuit. kindred lovo, let me say that, though proudly
wastingseverity time. It was once consider an intimate friend because he asserted
_dcc!I3-tf ___ For:Medicinal: for General ptirpocee, ; and ft liirge cnnplyof. other LIqnors ed sparkling and cxhilerating, but like good wineit I! !''I'l'Iiant of our entitles, the noble manliness of our that he was born without a shirt Jocosely to his back.. .
JA8. \VCSTCOrr, '- use.". hiw been stale from having been too long Uncorked ., people,( will meet you cordially at the first sincere
effort toward honorable reconciliation. Otherwise Do not from first
.A.'t'toru.o'V; not :r..n.'ALLAU..U5SI'E nn judge.j a person impression i
Bruch-Foucher & Co.'s Nevertheless, these letters lie worthy of we will close up the avenues of our hearts, it is not liberal ; often your warmest friends prove
,: FLA.
may ot and'1 like the red man of the forest, transmit our I to be those that you are prejudiced.against.
preservation, as of a part the sarasa .
Office In the Monroe Building opposite the! storn of :Mr.
A. Hopkln. mayB-tf 01IPA.GNES. side-show to the 10nth'I'I.ide:; of it-an in- bitterness and our wrongs as a heritage to our Twenty thousand Poles want to emigrate: '

: dex'to our feelings and sentiments, and for this children. I this (country, and ell'ork tire being made to settle
Solo .\g nt of the only true Imported Brands In the country reason I: them Kcpublicnns, Puritans, ]?h vrisees, Paints-you
bbcrtiscmcrli only place at dif-posal. I them in of Muscovite
Sntraarntlj } ; viz\ : Curie D'Or, Lnc D'Or and your Virginia. They arejtired
Slllory pronounced by must however who were suckled with songs:!of pity for the char -, .
----- ull eonllol .ourIlIlU)1orlur) to any heretofore iu use. request, that in compiling them, I
will coal race, whoso hypocritical sympathies! have rule."I
you thoroughly revise and reconstruct the
?;: .JOS. A. ROJEi's, Special Apcnt fur the American VlntaRC Company nnd nlamu orthography. When I began writing under the been for years playing leap-frog over the povertyand I am afraid you'll come to won't," said ari

stock of their celebrated California brands corittlantlyon'lu8ml. signature of Bill Arp, I was honestly idealizing distress around :your own doors, alighting old lady to a young gentleman.. "I have come to
ft.At. or cotrwur., (;A.' '- the language and humor of an"unlettered countryman for off in the sunny land ; who have seen and are want already," was the reply ;r "I want your

SHIPPING FORWARDING who bears that name. I tiled to writeas seeing thousands of your dusty pets perishing daughter."
:My: special arrangements with Manufacturers nnd Importurn : '.
of food and the '
and from the lack!
of the :North and In Europe, warrant me In not he would, could he have written tit all. His passing; away, I A wicked editor says that at church sOmc, people -
: irn,. J only guaranteeing the absolute Purity mid Ueimlni'fs of earnest, honest wit attracted my attention and he lust of freedom ;i. you whose morning hymn is, "I clasp! their hands so closely that they are unable -
my cnt we stock, out also enable mo to sell any of the abovementioned declares love my love with a B, because he is black," and : :
to this' I have
day : faithfully them when the contribution box
OOMMISSION'M.EROHANT lines goods at first cost prices-in some lines expressed whose evening "May the Lord send freedom get open _
his Those prayer *
even less tlmulimiepurtation. sentiments. who know him can comes aroitnd. -
fnv.n71lAh.:' 0..01'101.; .. see more or him In my letters than they can of without money and without price ; you
An examination! of my prices will suntaln these flutemunta -" me, und in this view of my labors I be BU, -I who look upon our people as a race of turbulent The West Virginia Oil and Land Company
_apl 11mNeuf'ille. ______ iu every particular. pected playing Boswell uucilticated may and devils, a ud :i foul blot upon the good name of the have struck oil in new'well that yields three
land-to 1 commend all the comfort that I hundred barrels t twelve thou3and
humorous man, hose name is not Johnson but you you (equivalent )
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.W Arp. ; I can find within these pages. Small though thin dollars) per day. or
Butler & CO. volume be it will nevertheless the exclamation -
save you
:, Reflection has, however, convinced me that I Biddy while on begging expedition S
M WALSH, while good taste would not condemn one or two "Oh, that mine adversary had writtena asked! by a lady if she had any children.
',; OO.i"'l\' .- ... letters for murdering her Majesty's. English, yet I "Yes mum, replied-Biddy with great readiness
(i- : < ( ? w a.TVnOLBHALE .III.U. ) s. IS.: Corner Barnard and Drovghton&AVAVVAII Streds CII.\RLEB II. SMITH.
". .I'
it liequent repetition of the offense can hardly be "I'm the mother of an orphan. *'" .rt-
; GEO.fob : justified. It is: demoralizing to language. 'The I J
c AND UKTAIL DHALEH8 IN Quito IJranmtlo. At recent meeting of factory hands. in Eng
truth is
wit is
0m.._ .. __ __ _.. .. .._. no good wit that will bear to be I
__ : correctly written, and I therefore direct a reconstruction -I It will be remembered by our readers that lion. land, it was resolved:! that workmen ought neverto

of the orthography, even at the peril of Isham (l. larris: lute Governor of the State of be content till they get "Eight hours' work

Itm WU&i J....H.. ..RAXDERSON.... . .!';. . C1... .K.. .WII.KINSOX.SANDERSON .. . .. Mr. Arp's reputation. I Tennessee, is now an exile ia Mexico, where, by I eight hours'. "play, eight hour:: sleep, eight shil.
.1('01' the sentiments that pervade those letters, I the bye, laUt accounts represent him as living in lingsaday.

have no apology to make.: At the time they appeared great amity with that stout olrl Missouri hero, A man came home drunk on a cold night, and: of

i : :. KITOT1KX TAJ110R AM OFFICTI in the press of the South, these sentiments "Pap" Price. So late ago as the seventeenth of vomited a basket:! containing goslingsWhIchhis ;
; 1 t & WILKINSON, were the silent echoes of our people's thoughts, last month, Mrs. Harris, then on her way to join wife had placed before the fire, upon seeing
Hiid fair: ) accounts iu the main for the popularitywith her distinguished husband, reached New Orleans, I which he exclaimed. "My God, wife when didI
STOVES which they wore received. Of course they I where she was informed that a pass from the swallow them things ?"
1, WHOLKSAIJ: DEALKHS isUNDKU contain exaggerations, and prophecies which yost l\lllrf'hlll-tor it appears that institution rl'o-I
Some one telling an Irishman that fellow ha.d'eaten
were never fulfilled ; but both sections were play survives in the Crescent City-was a
ing "biag" as well "battle and I the continuation of her journcyi Waiting upon ten saucers of ice cream, whereupon Pat
though we
._ could not compile with our in the that functionary, she was, in efl'ect, told that, ns shook his head. "So you don't believe it ?" Witha

1JAI1NESS4D n SAI)1)I2EIIY IJ) ) y former, yet some of us: lid try our opponents own. At both the spouse of ft hideously bloodthirsty and alto- I nod, Pat answered" : "I believe in 'the crame "
I but not the saucers. .r
1 "rebel she
: BUSINESS games we were whipped overwhelmiqg forces, gether wretchedly criminal wits presumably J
and we havo given ii-up.. Conquered, but not I II something on that order herself, and the A correspondent writes-that, if we'desire it, he
; I convinced, we have /accepted the situation and i P. 1\[. would tako the matter of her departure under will "send us something to fill up with." That's

145 Broutfhton.; Street, ) ST. ANDREWS IIVLU pledged ourselves. to abide by it. Wo have swol'll IIdvisl'ment-the strict letter of the story being i just what we wont Buppose you coumifcuctnow:
I to do so..0 have declared it most solemnly in Indeed, that this provost "henitatiid to grant with a good rousting piece of beef and a barrel of

flAVAKSAH: GA. I ('onvention.Ve have asserted it in every act her a pa.1JI." Hereupon, of course, the reader Hour.-Cvm>nartM& Bulletin .;.... }
and deed BFJOUGHTON STREET, of sin would retire abashed, and the functionary A PICTURE OF :\IISERY.-A. pretty girl with a
All Ofdert promptU1 at tho lowest market jrlces.apl : cannot; ; appreciate, but which is untarnished ,
and imperishable is: the seal of our good faith.- be proportionately commended as a goodand new bonnet on a raiuy Sunday, and her dress going (II!

I Whoever testifies to the existence iimong us of J: thful)i servant. Sail, to relate: the exact reverse dip, dip, every "kirtqou.takes. because she is
3- m -. : SAVANNAh, GEORGIA.may an association: designing a renewal of the rebel- of thus turned out to bo the ('(ISO. Mrs. Gov. afraid to elevate her account of that hole

lion, is cither the victim of his own cowardice, or Harris, with some experience doubtless of that in her stocking. ,

XIACIIINEftIT C E Y DEPOT n E l! 0 T 8-tf.. .. .. .. else the author of a selfish and heartless lie 1 tribe to which her woul -be snubber belonged taken, A man out West sn.yshe moved so often during
--- -- --- herself before him
say this with feeling and indignation, for we'seein .had prior to presenting I the year that whenever a covered wagon stopped ,r \.
Johnson letter ..
iI__ irnllngnssct 6btrtistmtnfS such testimony a willingness, nay, a desire on steps to obtain from President a at the gate bill chickens would fall on their backs
the part of our military rulers, to retain over us the language whereof-for we love to bo precisein and hold up their feet in order to be tied and '
stYLt.CmIST i\l1LLS, their power and'their tyranny for malicious or them m.ltterS-WII- as follows : that "no pcrmiiisiini thrown hi. -
S.A.I: :>DL =
avaricious ends.: A [e hay long felt, and wo still or ptmit wan mcamnryfor her or any one I
Woofl'To'ldngo flfacliircrr are I feeling their insults, their black mail, their e>w." On the perusal of this rescript it is pleasant By laying/. piece of charcoal'on a burn the

robberies. Ours is tho stranded ship, and the to read that "the Murilutf'-mink what a logical pain subsides immediately. By leaving the charcoal l
HARNESS AND CARRIAGE ou one hour the wound ill ......
.:IX.: jvoc.Portable ,.A. 1.\1.1: E a Federal officers among us are the wreckers ;lours P. 1it WItS-"I'Padily consented to (HUM 11/8 jJftHVpm't I It haa
.oR.UJITEP.! the carcass, and they tlu vultures who are picking ," Under the impression, you we, that this been demonstrated on several occasions. The
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: & our denuded bones. The little that was left scrap was necessary fur a wife to join her exiled II j remedy is cheap and simple, and certainly deserves '
ESTABLISHMFNT.T husband, he uheniiatas learning that such de- | a ti'lal.
Stoam Engines our people is seized and released' on paying apart ;
I into private pockets. They get dell und resign parturo is in no way depended on his say so, he I|r Mr. J. J. McCann, of Nashville, recently gava-! '
and a fresh corps of vampires take their ".i.sadiyields his most gracious acquiescence. one hundred barrels of flour and five honored \
I places, to renew the operation. Now this is really charming, isn't itV And must I pounds of bacon to the suffering poor of North

HAVE JPST RECEIVED A I.AROE ASSORTMENT I I have even- known them to steal by night, and have been so dramatic, too-arena lirst, Authority Alabama., and said ho would give the last: farthIng ?
JL of Qoodo, conbisting ofCentliurnen' haul away the poor pittance: of damaged corn stern of aspect, and with a verygl'nernl and Bru- he hall bobbie one person! bhoutd IIt rve. Th I
I ,
j jI that our generous (?) Gov/u-nruent had stored for tus-liko air of decision-couldu't think of it ; by Alabama papers say "Pass:! him. round 1" I ,
and Ladle Caddies.Fine .
: is such po means Mrs. H.,beyond peradventrure a"sympathizer -
I distributioato our starving poor. It tor ; "
Double and HameHi
Single. >, I Thn world buds ,
I -this, doubtless, s-ithawful severity ; every'year; ;
Itridie, Collars: and Whips. I purposes that military dominion is to be contin ; ergo \ I
/saddle: Cloths, j .' I ued. Would that this were all I But not content -Mrs. 'H. mustn't, oughn't, shouldn't, and But the heart just once, and when .... .
Shoe FindinKS all of every description., I with even this exhaustion of our' scanty shan't go. Heene second-production o( the letter The blossom falls off sere. ,, '. '... .. "'' ..",,'
Leather kinds '
I Authority unbends didn't see it in those lamps No new blossom comes"again. :;s
and contracts made
Traveling batcluil* Trunks I means, they arc annulling our
huddle and Harness Hardware, I with the laborers who were content to work in before, -really, now, coma to look at it, in this j Ah I the rose goes with the "wind ,,

: .0; Carriage\ uijou and Trimmings.V BuL'gy!Uubn.* : our fields for fair:, wages, and are tolling them otf way, can't see any very greatobjection. 1111'8.11..1 But the thorns remain, behind. -. ',j :..

Buggy Shafu, Spuken and Rims, I to parts unknown under false pretences. Our doubtless a highly meritorious peJ'son-so devoted -I A FUSSY N.-\1E.-"What did you Slj": W.-name
Buggy ..uellllnd f prthge.CAERIAGESANDLVGGILS, j ploughs are fcUndingdn the fields idle, our farms too, to her husband-fine thing to see such a, j was asked a mother, who,was' deaf 'of''her

will go ujiiillecl, and the land swarms with agents wealth of atl'ection.-erjo, Mrs, H, must, ought, daughter, who had introduced a YOU-ilK )
: j'j'r Hhp are biibinthe poor negroes away. under .1 should, and shall go. And she does, leaving AnLhority I : to her lit the military hop last week. %gtenIta r..., ..
'L. i promises of huyier: wages, and under f the sanctionof I at the grand llnale, with his finger m bid i "Augustus Tyler," answered tho diu''htctttJ ,,1

every duBTtption. Bureau as rotten us the promises of Fharoou.Nos 'mouth: |, "BiH.hw liilert what fuuny amej1AJL. .
:Work Maculuo niado lieltiug.. to order and Repairing done with dis vic/i nut! still we abide all these gad re'l. And so ends this charming! little dranvi. But I : *.

JadLVr "|tFiffi*' rtDiteeier suIts, and look upou it as a part of the war, :not its lesson, The f.ic: (, Is little-the principle Let each one trlvO'lwith nn'hh"tn5shf.ji5\

fa s ff jiTr f f 'fflTiP'trir'nj i Aront: & Wilson' and Howe's SEWING in keeping with thq character of those who have I I cverythlnqaud that principle is that tho day 'l'oboadeceutznan, .-H*. "' .
c j V MAtIIL'ES.oct 26-tr J. 4. 't'BD'BLACKSMiTHEq'.. so long been our enemies. They but exhibit the 'pllSl'ltlS'ltnU passports! ut the !hands of the \01'1 To love a neighbor himself. ', '..itt --"..
PROM_rOUE_TO TniltTY-pORSE POWKU.TTfrBha animus of ft people whoso hale and avarice induced i s over-rBO declared by Mr..Johnson, who Upon the golden plan ';'; :\.I.

->- atli oldest, Urgtuit and mont complete Works the rebellion Such: oppression has turned I I doubtless take in.hand any party hereafter d:\ And If his neighbor chance to'bf, ..* ....
VIn Iba country ecgnged In mannfiiriiirtng I'ortablu from them almost the \last; opponent of bceesMou, 'to contravene an executive declaration so conso.: A pretty female'woman "f, -i-
1 XoelDni. On Englnei are "by uxperig," now conqaded 1 I In and caused them to regret that they did not throw I lant with law and In accordance with personal \j Why, loje her all the more-you s' -
to M the bent.appur tii of the description ci er presented : B. PiES & CO.. their lives and fortunes into the light 'ibcrtysKrit the. noisome! Ilmlily of Pass, I Thafs only, .
;*othepublio. I Perhaps this is all for the best. We cannot ._. .... I .
'Adape4: to 'Every "Parposo Where Power i A V RE Bcrlptlon: NOW 01'PREPARED TO' EXECUTE _EVERY_ DE-_ tell. We have almost cuuml to. philosophiio up- How A HOG SWEATS.-Not like a horse or a IJADD' I B'rB.T.GEAn: Irishman: driven :.

.1' r: V- ** Jlequired pn ft, for we have DO tirao to think. Ihe work nan, but through hiq forelegs. There is a spot f to desperation by the stringency of* the inoner '
.toa pf actual reconstruction absorbs our time ''I I ,m each leg::, just below the &noo, In the form of a market and the iuh price! of provisions,procured :.

1. Median UM opnitaotry! on band or furnished on abort rntE best and as low as the .und energies! I mean the reconstruction ot'our I.ileve. Anti it is necessary that this Is kept open a pistol and took to the road. Meeting a. : .'1

I DekcrlD&v * farms our railroads, manufactures, graveyards, ",,-ill get sick : he will appear stiff and cramped, "Your money or your life" -
t-J .-.. t-- COMSTOCK KINSET OW \ Tho Best Smiths in tho State. schools a'vi churches.! We have no time to stop I ind unless he gets relief it will go hard with him. Seeing Pat was "green," ho said! ... .. :

1.jI 4.- IU Soy. btreut, gavannah, >TI\ Those who entiru may favor with their. patronage. will. bepu.ranteed and, mourn over the loss of liberty, I L'o cure hjm, simply open the pores. This U "1'll tell you what I'll do-l'lIg-lve .flPihlin-: .

.- I I''r-8ho nearly!oppollltll the Poet Oftlce, But I can find time to ask.Tha$ has the j done by rubbing the spot with ft corn-cob, *nd y for that DlitoL" ... '.. 'f I'

"NOTICE.; fob 8-,f :North gained by the -warY What principles ivushing with,, t>orm water "Agreed-A' 0 I -,;.. ; I. ..;
a i 'Ctt"VOjmiS after the K-i tj 1 will prowml my Aeeonnt and Vonchera, aa Admlnl Med I PJovs. and( Plow IrOfi.Flow questions have been settled ? Is the sovereignty Thad. Stevens sends greeting to the Emperorof pistoL'k Wf .I

c 4.on tr&topoti.1.cawfly YOOVL4I e ata.tot, Oc4uaHed Eeddan, the Parramore Uouootbte,late Judge oZ ofruob&te NOS. 10. '11.151) Rn4110' Plow.: 'of a State forever annulled? Then let 11111101[ Russia, and congratulates 'twenty million of "N.ow," said the ,trayeler. "hand 'tack1) th,.'" '

Of $a41. s county Florid.. and &pply tor ; legal 8-lsch Cut UaU-bhoTel. *if take ,down hw deceitful sign, obliterate her great I jerfe upon their liberation" And yet Mr.;teyens' money or I'll blow your brains out." *. 'WtfST in ;

I inch' .f'Wide...11 Iron L l'ol'aa1eb" d seal of State, and choose another, for ghe philanthropy towanU' the South ha$ no' I "Blaze' away my hearty. ['.* sai4 Pa,'.)** the Mta'"I

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1the! ij d tr tel!tu 51'Cflt1tCl. "In the crowd baa been recently S'ibjccted, the 'thiraJm of Our Washington. -Correspondence., t pit Iho 8d section to bo etrfcfcro qnt Ha.

They conM not doom me one of such i I stood thotod (br themand vruothertoo longortoothorttahhoymu3ltla.
Among them bnt not of them ; In a Bhrotul which have found nn echo,On the most distant [FROM ouu OWN COnRElrOND (TJ
;." '" ... DY SIIODEOLIVER. thoughts which worn not their thonghte." shore, the principles of the Constitution have, and Tho voto on tho

: r -: Although the scenes enjoyment'and festivity should have remained! so/cno and immutable, as.serpg 77i "Ft" # i t2 CwVniiltM (11 fkfbr* Col till was ft strictly party;voto. Tho 37 Domocrallomembers

: h the ffrc* -It is fid men stood proudlyj ftWo. vote of,.ha
Stato. il DlMl
Cheapest Newspaper and the delicious mclMuenco of the music on then, and at all times, as well as now, .' of Te
:: _ _. : Pmll tl members soli3ly la the
the evening oTtho Ladles' Festival, Were of Jhe the unity Government and tho im'.cstructlblll- Sul Ipl0 t W .

h" Tht'f\aTimersWeeIt..s. ........,.,. .... $0 most agreeable Character: nnd were sufficient to ty of States and Slate rights. Dn ,affirmative i Not onojtfas permitted to dodga. ";
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4. Men who .
WE"ek..I. obedience witsjeq'vired. were
Twloe a the Implicit
charm nnd delight In highest degree .we:
his ,
yet ANDREW1 JACKSON has Mild wIth characterIstic I It bo will iho of
.- Once a Weec..I....;.. ..... ... 2 HUppow may M people **.
"' i e 4--- ___ __::::_:: were Involuntarily prompted to seek n more con terseness and force : "the Federal Union Florida to make minds toctpcct DO justice sent t Congress. represent_ proud, intelligent .rand
r, TALLAHASSEE : genial refuge in the silent though far sweeter mutt and shah be preserved j" and his worthy CO Tar. es their\c political rights are concerned, I patriotic constituencies, were compelled{ to *

L -(ohTI.u1ny )-- pleasures! of tho mind, In contemplating the calm successor, our noble President, ANDREW JOHNSON ns l long ns the present Republican party remains lay their own ;julgmemtsandcoTivictions -

.. (oi.uIiig.MThy 22, I860. and Impressive! lineaments of the portraiture ronfidontly {Informed us "it :',, and will in power. I mean,of course, so far as thoacttonofCongress and the wishes afi hufriolc n interests Snbi fflco'A'thi of !thejrconstitiieuts : foot ofa .< i

'- _. which is suspended above the Speaker's rostrum, be." aEonan WASHINGTON wns FOUNDER, ns It I h at present constituted, can affect too, as
4iy"' Mr. .Jonn. Ononsls l onr General! Agent nnd \s In the nail of the House of Representatives Inwhichwe fanatical olll,jIotard.arn1kissthorotkt1iatwhipped
: let AXDUKW Joiuflox be the RESTORER of the those rights. Whatever President JOHNSON has M
t' : authorized to receive iubucrlptlonn and nollclt udvcrtlilng recognl1.e' the majestic aria venerable \ them up .to tiicDnarlt.! ..SitcITl JLe
Constitution. thn to do he do whether be In '
power ,
eo.lvCtmonloiMd/oce'ptfpMhii: tamo. "I I I
'I: ITho'ifJUOwiJiJ
: !.. Cougrcsat th4his "
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.-. form of the "Father of his Country. And his veto or preventing the execu present

at ova NEW ones'. whilst thus engaged, wo were led on by the oust ATlANTA CORK KSFONBIIJVTla : interposing laws after they ore en- passed: Seiui-t'uni.1ta"uiHif Ktpnnnlahvnaflh' to

I Through the liberal patronage extended to us, Imagination to recall\ in the regular order of the I cordially welcomed to onr columns, and Introduced acted. But the Republican members of the present Beitltwlrni UnilKl ayrV 8'n-.of .,".ien. in Conqi Tliat.,,tiniol.ass.m. J.

k"" '. pve aro able to give to our friends, this morning events the earlier history of our country, the to our renders. Vfc know him to be Congress}have abdicated all their powers,and lowing tied, (two-thlriln article bo of pmpowd both hotlees to the concnrritifr Ic i'latnreBof I ) the syvural .

and wrongs endured by the Colonies, I heir ticehtralion one of the most brilliant young lawyers in the have transferred them over'into the hands of the States ns an nmomlmmit to the Couilltullon of the- toiec :,.
'N'_ the benefit ofa new, dress, an enlarged sheet. Slates, which when muSed bv throc-fonrthu of !lld : '
independence, their heroic struggle for their State Georgia ; and as he is to. be a regular oY(h* namely sHoc.
'\. As that patronage: fetill Increases paper shall Committee of 15 and the Radical leaders of that latures shall be valid nB part consllltltloiij, which
liberties the1 of and contributor will leave his future communications t. No Stnte" ulinll mike: or law' ")
glorious results the contest, we and these leaders determined to of c'tlxi-ns: of tho
reaches ore Immttnltlefl
\ be made to Improve, until it that high party, carry Khali abridge tho prlvllitiuf of !
position indicated t lu our salutatory. the final establishment of the Government of O.e (to be written with a little more delibcra- out the diabolical plot towards the South which United States! uor hall wlLbout'kO any Stnta deprive' proceM(invpetKon of law J'nor of

United States by the adoption of the Federal tior )) to that he is a entertaining writer life, liberty or property Ibe equal
When a vessel> now daily expected at St. prove very they formed months ago, yes years ago. They are deny to any pcraon within its jurivllction S 'pro

\\ Marks,'bringing our flue Railway .Power Press Constitution.To also. -. determined to go any lengths towards the permanent tctlon' 2 ofthu Reprcnon'lMIVes laws. 8hnl-lie'appoHloned' among [lie. I

and a large stock of the best material that could this grand consummation, no one conti ibu- exclusion of the South from in order several States their which mi'! nnmbers.icounting the whole

') "DC"' found in New York, shall have arrived, we ted In a greater degree than OEOUOE WASHINGTON Oiir Atlanta Correspondence.FROM that the South may be Congc deprved of number according Bf to persons respectvo In each mote Stale incluilingIndian the elective. ihiuclilfe, nut .,
world taxerl. Dot whenever any
a' -a man who presented to tho a rare phe participation in the mule citizens not JB>.
will be able to make further Improvement.AndVe any government country shall be denied to any portion of Its
nomenon In morality, virtue and patriotism. [FROM OUR own USIONDENT.] than yearn ofiv'o or In any way abridged, except -
Tills atrocious is sometimes veiled Iwenlvon
without .
can then say, _exaggeration, that purpose in rebellion! or other crime, the bimiii

the Sentinel office cannot be surpassed by any : Raided up by'F'roUclenoc ns a powerful Instrument ATLANTA, G\i, Hay 17, I860. behind specious professsions friendship, as has representation In unch State nhall be reduced In the r
tlon which the nuinbi of.male citizens be
Printing establishment in the Southern States., in the work of procuring' hiq country's I write the first or 1 series of letters from our been the case in some of the speeches recently to pronoi the whole number of ouch male citizens not .11,1' liautwenly.onc

emancipation, he com1>ine1 ,? M, virtues of Atlanta I because I have made made Mr. RAYMOND of N. Y. Mr. BLANEof yors of age -
We are now prepared to execute Job. Work as person city say our, by ( Sec. S. Until 4ln tllty of July. II the yenr STO.'nfl persons

neatly: and in as fine style: ns it can be done in which perhaps npponrcil; more conspicuously in it my; home, and flcnn interest more than transient Me., Mr. BINOIIAM and :Mr. GARFIELD, of Ohio. In it who aid and voluntarily comfort adhwrd, ho to excluded the from tiuiirrcctlon, the riyhl, .v.

'New York. him than \\n any other that ever existed. Not in it. other cases it is openly avowed, as it has been in Ing vote for representatives sbsl Coni'ieo' and for electors for

t'.ie smallest\ trait exdellence in Ills character is of ruin marked of Mr. Trt.VDDEtrs STEVENS President and Vice Pri-sldent 01 the United Matcn
months since
Merchants and others, needing such work, are Only a few heaps the recent speeches Sec. 4. Neither tho United States nor any State utmll u.

L respectfully solicited to-test this assertion by giving the fact, that although he had abundant oppor- the present sites elegant buildings ; but by the Mr. NYE, ofNe'adu1, the beastly SCI cKofaho, anrno which or pay hereafter any debt bo or incurred obll j.\tion In Rid already of insurrection Incurred, or or

!f4.' us a trial. tunities of raising himself the pinnacle of power, enterprise of its eli1.enl and the Influx of Northern and the blasphemous WADE. Cut whether concealed of war may against tho United btatci" or any claim for compel.satlon .--
;: he never once forfeited in the smallest: degree his it has arisen from its avowed the is steadily ad- for loss of Involuntary son'leu or labor. < .
I We have on hand a complete assortment of, capital phoenix-like, or purpose Sec. 5. The Congress shall have: power to enforce, by appropriate

Cards, Envelopes, Bill-Heads, Legal Blanks nnd inflexible honor. The good of his country and ashes, find Is now a thriving, driving stirring hered to, in every step of the action of both the l.'Lislatiou, the provisions'of''this' rtkl '.

\\l his fellows wns his sole object before which per- city. The streets are constantly thronged with House and Senate. DALLAS.
\ Stationery, which we arc prepared to sell at reas -. ... j r,
4 onable prices. ;sonal aggrandizement and worldly renown speedily passers-by, not loafers vagrants, idlers, but mo'i! When the "Plan" of tie Destruction Committeewas LIQUID ELoQUENCE-Paul.Denton,a Methodist

vanished. The world has given birth to and ubsorbe in their busincst and first presented, on the BOth of April, it was
,.*.?. We still believe that our great success comes many intent on, : ; preacher r in Texas, advertised a barbecue, with

: not so much of real editorial merit exhibited, as great men, who have possessed acute and power- the many drays, express wagons and carriages met with universal expressions of dissent not only better liquor than usually furnished. When tho

ful minds. Among these, ALEXANDER nnd NAPOLEON rolling over our paved streets convey an idea of from many' of the ablest and most influential Republican people were asssembled, a desperado in the crowd
from the kindness partial friends. In of and described North but also cried out : "Mr. Paul Denton, :,}'ou l'evel'eleehus
: were eminent point military industry more easily imgine'llhan newspapers at the by .
: In the beginning, we promised that, uninfluenced lied. You us not only a goo:I
civic genius nnd ns famous through of nil from Ice cream saloons: of the ablest and best educated Republican promise' "
r by "fear, favor or affection," we would sit conquerors, Houses descriptions, many barbecue,but lquo:Where is the liquor?
all ages; and SIMON DOLIVAR labored long and princely dry-goo I stre arc to be mot with on members of Congress. Hon. HENRY: RAYMOND, "There," answered .- ionlrr, in tones of
events and
in impartial judgment upon passing ,
successfully for the glory nnd greatness of his every hand and a poor "Confod.," TV ho for )'years member from New York, and editor of the N. Y. thunder, and, pointiug his motionless finger at
render a verdict according to truth, equity, and the matchless double spring,'gushing up in two Sii"
country, but by inordinate ambition all of them has gazed on the empty shelves of our village Tiiups, wrote an editorial article in hostility to it, '
justice j and this we have striven' honestly to do. Htrong columns, with a souud lke.Ihvutot joy,
We have given an open, independent, frank expression were stranded upon a common rock of personal groceries, stand in amazement at the objecting: it upon all points, iu all form, andin trom the bosom of the earth. ho repeated -

'. of sentiments 'the aggrandizement. They shipwreck "WASHINGTON! snli-ii_,o_.,.li.l..,. fi'mnlav._i m. Most of our business: houses whatever aspect i might be presented. The with a look terrible as lightning, (nhilo hid.
our upon questions
z, from the purity of his character, his abnegation arc built of stone and brick, and do not seem following are extracts from this remarkable article enemy actually trembled on his feet)) uicie is tLe
discussed. And this we shall ,continue to do, which God the for calldreu ; -
liquor ,
of alt allurements ol mere individual interest. and erected as in many of the Southern towns-fbr I : liJ
; ,_ though we add not another subscriber to our list. I : ,
j ... devotion to his country, escaped.The I temporary trade. The builders e'\itentlj from rROM, .THK MCW \'ORS TIMIi.. Not in the simmering smoky fires,
cordial and unfeigned thanks for the stl.'oer
> rit Returning
,. .
f .\I n plan of jntelfloiitlon nml .uut rilet TOT th* ..h"l.oIII surrounded-
memory WASHINGTON is dear to the and cost with which been cooked with the ,
care ,
? of and assist every tl( IB ""r'I.111 u tin r e qiin I' might, ho .t>led a farce,
; encouragement
;, : many American. The many services he rendered his constructed entert\il high {dew of Atlanta's future w> it the, country, iiiit In hit* iiudrtl efii very prrioun drnmn.I' with the stench of sickening olors"and rank
'*;[ ,' ance that have been almost overwhelming, we |iriipi'rile-lj"nlliin, w,mid I,. 'IIK '.\ plan (opinion Indill doth your Heaven picpaie
country in the hour of her darkest peril, his noble prosperity, and among them are many ,' ,., "t ,t". 1""lh. fr.'ui" ... "y ii.t- corruption coll
of life thu
with the that .1 c""Lr. the precious essence pure ;
continue our career purpose commenced watel
: : ; i I lo whet u hern never ")II! j
"f.t: it:/'To develop the boundless resources virtues, the purity of his conduct and his unsullied shrewd and men. .h'l' ,1.o"'HIII. II. r but m tho green glade and glassy dcl KU.o: !

patriotism, all conspire to deepen the remembrance You will remember that the growth of our .\I I "* pnnUlnns of tin- proponed uni.tidmtnt Imply HieH'lopilon red deer wanders and the child \ y J plY- ,
? 'of oar t tate--tocvoke the latent prosperity of our nf I iiii'niri'iiip I riKinl to lie r.ln'h"ot low down tile
; ,1'.01" here God brews it and down, iu
: of his character In. Americanbreast. commercial ;
before was .
war I. .
f every city rapid lo 'lii tfri..u I oiulii ) ltd '
.,' South-and, the clouds of national anlls II"IIh 'nml"l valleys, where the,rills iug and high
: Sunny' upcn angry ;
: ;4;r;," connected with such is in t1\\ of ,'' M ili'i* h..r.,' I lie uar urn mi'ro \ Chiigo "
Every tiling a man: prospect I .
It '1' : 'discord, to fling the rainbow. of restored W. tle. I : ,IT ililsni'ninpl Inil'i" I.n r.I." ,I "',,,I'n.' or n CII"I.I. up on the lull mountaintops,- where the Jst6rl
is valuable, and a correct delineation of his features the South. On every side the eye I li met with .." iiiimiiF mull-it' Ir-eil IIAIi ration'. W. nmiuitic.I clouds ,thuudcrctlouds crash ; and
: 'peace and happiness. I r ni, i I. .tt tlil< m. ne it 'icu'jur more nor bruodlnJ1e :1
undoubtedly always afford! a pleasing relics of the late deadly strife-a patched roof; o-i,. t tint, ,11111.i ":11 nl-iMiihiruH \ tor Hdm0! oni away f.r \LIe, wide sea, where i he
.1.11'0.:11. li.1
,: ... .x. : ; subject of interest to every one. ro'ighenc, and mUpUccl brh'w on the wilU Hi'itc-. nl : ,: A DHAtT FOil PIAJOK CiCC. "" c""pl"oe, with ct'i, itiln, )1'ii<(''''' / nd j'el the chorus sweeping the march of God-tiicie ho ,'
The life of this great man is familiar to the attentive mark the path of the hostile shells, to say nothingof ""\11',. 01110 fnrc. .h',,,.* Iliu cli.,,, .. nn ".1.,., of .
brows it health-giving |
We learn that the following tclpsram has been nt u'l) Knii a r'II) In r..h..m"I1. )ric.uipnHvii|' tnI'Xi that beverage :
reader of American history. His mind the many buildings completely in ruins and t... I ty ilirir, 11 vi'r il 1 fjd t'"l"umiMlu* /M 9.11ml- water. :;

,; :: !* transmitted over the wires from this"pLce! : was Vigorous and powerful, without, however, not yet restored to their original st.llThe workis I inlliiiiiil nl'uUnite i uf. dtil.: wni'icj. ;:iiy. 'l''icy!'. hare noHC'II Aud everywhere itis I thing beauty,glcl:lag

'T' TALLAHASSEE, FLA., May 19,1803. being of the very first order; his penetration strong however, progressing nnd trains arrive daily, H>I ''tn)' ji'u K'jiu'-Hiiintioii\ nr nn')' I Iliu I-i n C.lel'(>.11 iriMiit**, 'ni-i qiuii'''''
h4 To JOHN TI.: GEE, Prisoner, Raleigh, N. C. : L'<," rcHii il (' an* n>it I (cnlny n pirilcifofiiitlueuci > in the ice gem, till the trees all suiu I
acute that of NBWTOX Ih- all bail iin iteri of allkin'13 \1111",11"
not so as a la lei with s'o -el m ) ,
though \1 I ) I I.. 'mil'' 'MHiitl:'''I t ,*, thu i rude, turned to living jfw els, spreading a golden vul .
I will send you, iu draft, on New York, by the will nris" ihelinhi, t'.e furi-luii reIllIue i iil Hie, .iii.ln or all,' of .' months
cox, or LOCKE ; rt'ul\ as as he saw: no judgment 1 a id a frw more sjo t1J ) ,. ; oVer the setting 41111, or a white gauze around tao '
mail : 1 h. c. "" gl.1l1" Ill 1. 'ilit'i( PrI '" II.. ole dO.
of dollars
t' hundred "I
mov, twenty-three was ever bounder. It \yas slow in 'operation in double their former proportions. As to the 1-111, I I, piuiiMici'Hiiit" lhi',. in i' mil '1.\. i e)Uiiloun midnight moon, sporting l:the cataract ; Sled )- 'J
raised to assist in your defense by the ladies. "I l 'itt' i I'I ibti ID iici.C iil 1 1 n< pi t* ufthu in the glazier, douching ia tho 3
fewer and less 1"'I..I.e ;
: little: aided by invention or inngua- element, they are : self-impor lug hai. llowr.
being : negro U..n I ', """"' Ilii'iniiaiiii'liiii.' ''! 1..dYTi4lfltI
the God of iu bright snow curtain \ '
May mercy and justice bless them and lion but in just conclusion. lie was tant thin I've seen el.,e.vlierc. They live in rudely I i i.,.> an* lie iu il IIM .,,,'rr1 b a'o-i' \\lmhe' rntlnniitlunol I
sure .
very ., '. wintry world : the I Iiiij
yoit, iln1 iit'iiOiiiiMil U fss "U.I ;nl"'I''" I 11 lldll) IndtaYl many cl\rc
preserve- D. S. WALKEPv. incapable of fear\ mseling personal: dangers withthe constructed huts mid cabins in'ind' the I I'l i"i y II"' 10 v .'iclnr; nr uii:".iluft-i 0'ia ..w.hI'i i i in .flUlll1 that ZOlO pI sky-whoso 3 3r.iiudrop
.l il." 131.1ot ito oil tin* IIiul: \\ in ', ,
the most subuibs and nut occasionally find nnily \ I'I"I of woof: is the suaLu
calmest Perhaps: prom- ,. you i
-4 unconcern. 1 1"0 I nol' lit pri'unm iiMMiilir a I U! uft: I nl' go t :.rihu'tUmilil f eurL whV
,- m'cut' feature!:: In his character was prudence, never domiciled in some ab.m,lonud tent, p:itched with the l"llnl t tliix fi., Hi .IHIII, I,,in,"i, IS SII.E.\CE TIlE BEST pdl'.1CY 1 '.I .\ .h' f"O'1 Uiis.' pn inn, :iie > ut 1 ."* nc'jjiif Ii.e ml by the mysflQ hand. of refraction Stillaways
circumstance >nl l- fragment of carpets. Of coarse such dwellings'. xiou I ii; ,. .fff.'iitiii
acting until cveiy every u < itiV \ e unipl ) n \ iiy: '
Whilst many able and far-seeing men at the and '., th''W.v.' .. ,1'1 o I } i n.o n furxr.,. ti l't I South argue that silence is our best policy, quiteis oration, was maturely weighed ; refraining if he !jcnd to 01giJte pci pctuate thorn my coutngious ': nplf i.l, He iS'intli vvih iiit"oi', utiilcr ui (' .0'1'.- I bubbles on iu brink'; no maducas or >
with which our Southern land i Ucursed. "I'., 'n :heir u\n 41 I nfin he.alllOt tojiMMI' murder blood .
doubt but when once decided, going iii'c:: !seti ieiuis'0 ; no stains ita liquid '
saw a glass ;
many assert that reticence is ruin, and that II ii'lciuno", on.1 1 tll<1.11> tuilin I "I"r.1 iu>iiniuviit. widows and
through with his purpose, whatever obstacles op- It is stiat.JJ; we sec tout display of ivory ; 7ner.U rO"1 'fur iliilVre, .tee ()opinion on t lie gem', straviug orphans find no toais in its '
there was never a period when it was more im'periously .amoo'sor Cull'ee's rttl ui'ilistif the rcMo .'rl'I""h'; ) .n' ; on (hli$. pnlnlIlMIDCIll depths, no cmkad's shrieking ghost from the '
p\) ed. His integrity was most pure, his justice: antI pearl \\bL-honeecviucoii ? t-O,tfll fcH8 t ,kei I ilHtllKlIll I \ *"
the"duty of our section to assert ,its I !\.8 IIOIlD. "'A I III"! Ilouit'l grave cursing v. ot, eternal despair-Speak
lie indeed 1wi ia their foes: be .I n.l idle in- of n cmllnm\'z".hf4R'lllt, lS lIt luicr MHCUII .
I the most inflexible was e, agxi d&ligtttad can rea out, friends would you exchange It''
.rights... "The truth\ -the sonorous, manly I independent ill.pi Ira nf i'o ,;;'l-''''II| ', 1' "!, ," lh.,1 ulili'h ..lIt' my fOfte
in few thcit>rionsiics4 of their newly drmk, alcohol r"
or a demon.
; and a great man. difJ'e\rl, \\m viiil\nUuil| to 1'iinl.noul ilme lot t 'lourc" r urf
truth, say they should be proclaimed "" u."" nr ii.feilnrlslh# i". i.t t> l.f n lipiltu; Sot, A like the roar of .tempest answered
I thiik few col I winters and .101 r
whi; .ll we have: alluded is acClnd!! ; liberty. a \ .
The to : pictured [ "
on every occasion. 'Indeed a large class portrait i I I' I I.e imkeilto tnci'd" to "'fl. nf i Ililii n 'mr> rll" -' '
C very in the attitude of a speaker, with extcadcd the competition of"I!,!tc labor will make the ma- .hul i Irnfioift, If neivi "rti'} I y bi Inhintiit or dih, ., wl.Hnll"If .- .,_. ,
are urging the"necessity of holding mass-meet- ei'U '., | u .1 0 piopm iu null, II, p.ta.., -
ings in every' State in the South, to announce, hand, earnestly enforcing his views upon his auditory jority of them seek a more 1 atmosphere. "* 1"II.i. diet .te tin. \\1'1)'I i 1' lIt.>i 'IIUIHI'Iiipon'J DUASIATIC SERMON.-A correspondent of the )
nnd I
i tlcu uoinmn i uiIy. illi'ii-ire
Io'n rot
and if conjecture lead us not it The star of their destiny moves Southward ?'id nli Baptist Journal Missouri) gives of
distinctly, "what our sectiou should claim, and ; astray, H. I f.II the Aoiitri'iir pc'op h.'ve nil thnl till ) n- an account a

,what she is entitled to. In a late number of the may not be erroneous to suppose the artist intended their only prospect lies in the cotton regions.To not o.nViriln.ilu Tii.y.1-Irea ul I nljh M n be.ii-tnvir.,''id nit ""10"' h v liiuiii.poliiiid Jrauialiis sermon, whch-t; ugh 'notqule equal

Louisville Journal,we find a call for such a meeting to represent him in the act of delivering his give you an idea of the sudden transition !"OU".h'I'r'I \I.Lol.r, 'l'I.f.,.I'"II"111. ti the famous of BCIU;, i the ..,

signed by one hundred and fifty of the first "Farewell! Address" to the people of the United from poverty or ruin to wealth here I will cite Now will it be boUes-ud. tat t'u mn w'w House, of commons, is yet worthy of a'' placeamong . in the State. They say : States.: If sacli: was the design could not have an example. A cltUen of the city, owning I could write and publish such un l teu the illustrations of populat 'actIth.ins .-

4 "The attitude assumed by the dominant'party of a section been more happily conceived, or more pert u.ent- building near the Depot, had it entirely destroyed; 1 gentleman: of education and great 1'g3lli\- text was, "lie that -without leqh\

I I only in the National Congress denying one of tho ly suited to the circumstances of our national: he fled the city before thesurrendcr, and being 1 ijeduuce and ability, could dclibe Jut: tIle first stone.. 1 II) m .
fundamental vitul principles (if free government-the -
of and tho substitution of situation addressed to the widower and penniless prevailed on some his iu the House aud vote for the Last I
4 right representation- military ; nor more cogently: poor } in : place: very Sabbat as steppedinto the house of .

% government agencies under Justly the excite control the subordinate alarm of all and thoughtful Irresponsible -I elements of disorganizing fanaticism, which are widow possessing a few thousands to take care of plan which he thus so truthfully pictuus, ai.d iLe Jo', I one say that he had no fellowship ,.

men.throughout the country and give rite to grave npprehenslons rapidly undcimiaing the very fabric of which lie him, and considered himself fortunate in being so atrocious features which he so mercilessly: exposes for a rebel In Church or\Stt,coupling a
.i as to the security aud preservation of constitutional pipfure word wit the te. My blood waslet
labor. was the chief architect. It would certainly con wen provided for. Imagine his surprise on returning ? Alls''! it I too true. The"Plan". was broj l t : in my and above text rushed
0< The bold and manly efforts of our present Chief MiRls- towards restoration of natioaal here to look after his wreck to find it val- last mind like
\: trate lu arresting the revolutionary movements of this sec tribute much a a before the House' on Tuesday ; twelve Lotus my pealing claps of thunder _

.tional majority have thus far saved us from the futul ofTucts cordiality and sympathy, and be, in fact, an:: iaeatinnble ued at just one hundred thousand dollars 1In I -.were allowed for its di.cllioJ; telvo ho-ira to' It \. *lot to preach on that day; so I deter- '.
:\ of permanent consolidation of ull power In a centralized to ud<5 the text to thebest God '
government unknown to the founders and fatal to our fl'oootom blessitLj to tile co'mtl'Y, if the people of sight of the city stands the )lijjtoric Kenesawmountain. dkcuss an imp irtant am 3:11.IJ,1: t,> tlu C ) li'I I*'i- millet read .
-._* government. The danger is not panned ; the would be .Vsd and act the The temperature here h fine the air Jil my helper. I ach.pteranngaltymn,
bold and reckless men who have inaugurated;: the.e revolutionary -'I[ the North gal: by upon tiOlt of tho UiitelStat3i- mansiJnjat: wuioi and( pl"lyel1 I aroso from my knees, went out

schemes for the overthrow of constitutional free- recomuiendatioa1 therein contained. The country pure, nnd the water not to be surpassed. 1 would entirely changes the axtaro of t'ait: iiistrutn:nut ; in.I po"led a stone of some pounds, weight

., cjiot.doom.dismayed though;baffled but with by renewed the action zeal of and the mull President;;nant hate are 1. has just emerged from the horrors and devastations sugges.t that when any of your numerous fl'mds four hoars eicli 0: TiesJiy, MjTarl.i.53liy ail (Juini.-g back I took my stand wit the stone ir .'

are now engaging la forging/ measures In rapid sucreenion conflict that Las become enervated by the of Florida I a.n i. All eyes were .led / Some app -
wUlch look to the certain destruction of tho rlglilfUl; powers of a bloody scarcely a burning sun Thursday, of this week ; and yesterday: the previous ti red to be frightened; laid their hands

.4 of the States over questions of local !government n hlchwe're I parallel! the history of the world since tho me- that they should com and pass 1 month or so in question was called, debate sti1e., and nher; revolvers, forbattleas though
wisely confided to them by the founders uf our National preparIng
.. Government.. i. ditevnl ages. Thoclihef sufferer in this gigantic this.delightful region! : of pouring .their the l11e.sure rushed thro.igh the House I "trtti: or victory' I readaLii '
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_ *. jicn oi mi I''''''. pueseniiea or an cniigntenod Juu:;nicnt coutest Is IhP,! boutUj-wno now uceas repose ana surplus treasure info tlie already overflowing cof-- llavegiven'ou the above extract, becau "lie that: Is without sin let bt.tri cast the
I and just appreciation of the difficulties which environ i uiat and
>*" the path.of President Johnson In this critical hour of our leisure t'oi' the recuperation of her wnslJ energies fels of the North" It would be an expresses the substance of what many othpt. bom', raised the rock the top of my -
people began .look
: national aflalrs, cannot longer withhold their approval I hllt
... his manly and noble struggle against the efforts of a dominant I aud the re- t'lbll.hl11out of prosperity in her our travelers, when the winds from the mountains publc.1nmembersuU about: the "Plan," in the commenced by t fighteneJ.-)

party to reduce one-third of the States of this great I industrial pursuits. And' all fihe now desires and blow chilly and cold, to seek In Florida's I debate. Their declaration of destestation of tho golden rule, then exawlg'mYdelf balance, ,
I r' Union to the condition of conquered province*. which. If I mys\lC1
uccosufnl, would prove alike disastrous to victor aud van demands is, that the benefit of the principle upon perpetual summer respite from the rigors of our scheme afforded some ground to hope that the 'I and found that I was w&tng. boldly exclaimed -
quished aild render the triumph of our national arms a "I am a sinner rebel against the
solemn mockery and ruinous failure. which the North is said to have raged that war winter. Surely the massif the people are Ignorant \hole scheme would defeated ; at least that the of my God and I
i throw
r Regarding the Union restoration policy announced by I iiiUsJpn: of the of the mutual advantages of these dill'ereut of constitutional amendment I giv-erutaeiit king cannot
p'reatent.iohnIOfl( In his annual messau;, and, also the I shall be extended to her. Tho : section thepioposcd tae s one ; I ask pardon of my 1.

,,. prlnclplos declared by him In his late veto messages, as vlUlta i hour Is the re-assertion of the efficacy of Uie Constitution portions of the South at their respective Sfea- which disl mchlC the whole S luthern people I edge my allegiance to God iu God scow ..
the preservation of constitutional liberty and free tho al
Government all men In Kentucky should unite In glvlnz i and its complete restoration every sons, or tie! capital s lavishly bestowed on ,would be stricken out But yesterday, when the I then offered the stone to ever

: an authoritative expression of their forth and earnest where. The North should eschew her vindictiveness Northern watering-places would be devoted to the vote came to be taken, the tmaticl tyrant who I man full hous.but, to my astonishment,
. support otthe policy and principle set In ealdiuesMue ou ke.and in sobs; and tears, one
'"<"UEua SI'Ev sa) arose an I 111! petition up to God for pardon, to the

:ft"..* .t''. band toe right* upheld( with by regard a gratefulpeople to party&association" while he.make battle for lightened teachings of WASHINGTON'S Farewell favorably AItli, any in the world. I is like a delicious saM in sub5t.tt1ctlJt. ho had allowed (!) the utmost great KrHg of King and Lord of Lord',

,_ !, ; Torus at this when unity of action I soul n oi
Unfortunately time. AUdrcu. Let Her forget" sue asperities' ot ute drCln of fitiry-Uud to float. on the cleaQ latftmte of debate, and that now the vote my 1e Lord. t
bal become of the utmoet Importance we find rival parties [ ...- '
. In our midst preparing for political meetings which will\ I i hour, and the bitterness of party rancour, and waters of FOllW'S rivers; and her forests and must bo taken ; that tho member had been allowed Cuitsas -- .
.. tend to widen the differences thai have hitherto I LK CUICl S. coiz o Roon'.
divided Inevitably them and thus destroy the moral force and en\rl cordially unite with the President in his laudable streams afford every species of amusement to say what they pleased about the 3d section, A d.1uhtf of \ Grth, Of IoX cottnty

, .A of l.lnvolvednhiencan their power, when It alone is obv be oas jusUy that a and common appropriately interest efforts: for a speedy re-cstabluhmcut of a perfectand Yours Anon, but they must all vote for it now; th-U he considered l cullyvluh, elopa wthafllbooded

.. ...4. t yuidlcated by a harmonious and united action. harmonious Union. The war has, and is, GATE CITY. Uie 3d section as the vital principle and fouudatloustone negro lUI10 had
,. With the view, therefore of preventing. If poselbl., _. honse, ; \ to m Mr'G
:'further dissension among those who agree upon the geUe're.i I ended, and it is very proper the contest should : of the whole proposed aneulaisut: ; faU-bloodea Lih.ckAliolition HeablicanJihas-'the
prlDcipte.lnvolved In these vital Issues, and the nec- .- the FACTS FOR FAit ( is worth while fur the 3d section his"
: unity of action. we appeal to all men of all parties cease t nor should It now be transferred from En-I that without proposed plan ticket for the 'at twenty-two years, "
city who earnestly desire the restoration of 'good go\'erwnpnt field to the digladiatorial arena of Congress-in all tarmcrs, romembr that thorough amounted to nothing; that he did not care the snap aaa h.1 ofwo said that a ncgro was plenty good
UotuUiuiumal Union, to meet In better than on
', i-... -Sw.Md the convention, preservation at Louisville of a 80th day of iaitt: forSsTnurpose the one of which the South had an opportunity their cul\Jt I mortgages of his finger whether the amendment pasneJ I euojgn a pojr whito ijirL" dught

*," Suiranoa civlng the question the voice of of the the hour people and of also Kentucky to place of being,heard with, attention whereas in the That an offensive war against weeds is five not, if the 84 section were strlcel oat," Tuoro his having telclll eOl1delc: to her father.put wisdom,tt

.. ber In harmonious upon relation with all own North South other, she has none. And now that the President times less expensive than a defensive one ; ''wa witnessed a uiost disgraceful S: O. The Lit practica. The parties,' t h prncples
.4 language of the gilled t tOo fence better lawsuits
before the La,'ieiature. of Geor- proclaims amnesty to those who were lately in That with good neighbors, always pajs than votewas] takou, and every R3j>'.abUcan member,133 ., caught-tlw young lady taken homeland ae U "

- ,&&rr puslonl ann Drejudlce.DOitos the' arms, he also re-asserta the two essential principles That hay is great; deal made in Bum in on, yoteJ for the bill, 3.1 section and aIt I WaIt negro !Jmpruonod t The father, it seems, did

'- by ota toe iiMssssa sfflSw 01 the & ,.. -(he unity of the Government which makes: mer than purchased 1 in cheapr not enough t mVie every. miu of honor anj perfect wish to carry out the RadicaLpromunmo, of s
I'OIlIOratloo "
'C 4)eUeao aU which who hA\'e wt.b grown InC ConltltulloD oUlAlf a atdtA no rolled of w/lr'aaI upound-and we us one people and the indestructibility of States Tht more stock 'perish, by famine. than foun B3nsibility blush for very slums Jljre was at own Uuilly equality rcl.tlof of raes., tb'refore.'put uader the his law-veto, lathis upon 1
d oblerved in .U of, with lu part the,re.toreaou and the complete of the re.totiri1 great- and State Government: And Invites the States qf That shrimping the feed of fattening a let 80 gentlemen, forced by the inexorably! ol J the mbcegenatiou niovcruent of bU''c .-

-f m.u1 authority freedom; which toe dtUen S rIght\ lo to the South to reaesume thaI political .t fellowship wMtsotgrain ;" ho i tyrant to place themselves on the record of a I "As ho hath sown, so.fOjio shall- rep '*Tl .

14 II&t : they denounced too late to'rpa'danjigos now. / tha
.l, entWd SAd btO1toLS Ct4OG. owr-t e 10UO"h. b ut aboro 1 I.- jury, ribt'-C CW** ***

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: Our Adrartlvotiii: Very thankful for the liberal 1 :. SAVANNAH'' 'I
l: ( ;j I FOREIGN NEWS my Mends and tho public generally I : :E1 I .or Ij.oIt tI!() ... .
A larfj number of Now Advertisements from Savnnnnhj
a 03ntlnuatlon of it, andliuMJ; : :;: : '
N' .w YorkTallahaeeee, and ofiewhero, will bo found In ARI IVAL 9F qiqif or1 PA.1tX. ,
aortmont Of Boots and Shoja orO"or1d'l : !
oar colnrant toll morning, to each one of which w. beg to < !
EX.Jit.nJ. n from the Continant. and GJ,,:letle'1'e: WJtr: !11 o ? AMBAfERY:
call the ipoclal attention of oar readers, a* follows i ports : ST 1t
c'Jlldrjna1 :
,', boyj1,youth, mlflses and'
ITn Inrg'i And complete stock of Boot, Shoo*, Leather! ; Austria, Pl'lIula and Italy Prop.nrlng1: far Bollln Ac JUUAK BiTTON'i i door North State Baoic. ,
War. all the colloto-ttl brnnchai tbd shoe I ,11:
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'' T. 3. RATVIS at his Machine Is to furnlsh and FIn ithor with a- .
. Shop, prepared iu3e. tof every .r, ( :
From the Earopoan news brought by the City of Paris, ..,.41''i.
Sash; Blinds, fie, &e., at ihortnottca, and on reason- kore. Flan French, Oormnn aid \ \
which left QueenotoWn on tho3d, w.extract tat fullowlnj I 67 69 AND 11 .DAZ STR. EET.dn .
able tornia, cash on delivery of work. per fin:! Solo LoathO, Lining, Thro.i : \ summer,, .
Interesting particulars t I In any ;.:, :
, Shoe-Makers Tools of all kinds. My ,. fairs
J. DaRK'dUt, Merchant Tailor, o? I
of tha"outer man" In a mannvr that can not full to suit TBIA AND FRC93IA. Show fir tJD an 1 Wo-mn Is very \ I I soloct lint t ot S'AVAN.N.AU: pr <*A '. r
those who call him. The position of nffnlrs coutlnues, wntllko. The Vienna p.cli\My. call attention to tide parllcMlar o try, North ;
upon '
Cablnut ii said to hard forw.irdoJ a doclaratiun to In ai{ nta rocolvcds'i'Ilclonttmerrjr.U'nientroi'! I ) ti :J4J'rAL.x :
See aJvertlaament of WatUK Eomf, and a rol\.l st.\lIug that thu warlike pruparalloris of Anxtrmaiju. + ; : :\ 9A- 5
'f "Whllnl the cheek directed a;nlnit Ituly, as that power Is preparing for an in- veto: mywhoiotimetothis oxcl.nlv2!: ? of resort to : --1 j
beauty' on cUl'lllol1lnlo Vcneltin.tnoSCLAOS. a11 will: ore every nmm for securing; r-- T' -'wam"
And lustre's In the LIN. 4 I"
syn RltfT TO THE nAtTIO..fc opmont of It. I have made : ;. ; 'j.
Socuro tlu flitting shadow The Au'trUn iron cladi are stated to hove, roccivcd or and : GORDON. ,
In all of the Northern
rare nearly
Ero tho substance die.'' dors to put to sea their dUK tiiiiilloii! is bulioveJ to ho the ... . ... .
Oornuui nuuaii, ) anti thu Baltic Tliu la"sportvisa! had again will extend thorn to other pnrtie+ In L. K. SMITH I
W. N. NowLijr: at tho Florida Kichango, North of tho I buun introJucuit ou the l.-ontlcra ut It 1\ly: : ern cities, choiild they offer any < : l von 0"i

\ Capitol keeps the neatest and most attractive Billiard and i "> AUSTRIA CALLING fun AltMT BJIIIOEONfl. moiU for p'irci.nlnjiimp1o! S'tpp'lei' : : stir L LPROI'FCIFTORfdvdR ]

': ''Drlhltfiis Snloon In the city, If not In theState.. A qnlct The PivfUo ol'lo.III.v, says: thut tau nu; .rtl.uloiw between and Winter, !And It It my Intention to ( v

'! readiug-room, supplied with late papers, Is attached to the '' the!" I'riiHul.iii, '.' coiuimio.cnhliiut' _mid a Hjiuclat agent of the lull.m a large rind attractive stock of the :\ 'T. : n. ."?gof 1 k

eataMlsh.ndnt. 'I' ThJ ulllcial: Wlunur 7u\tnnn\ publhhun a notice atatlnir I (lit wan1*of thus unrkat, and will sell '. .. ," n' rJ( ;
that nu liicreiijudiunil) rutu'uy a uixonnsiit required, ana : .. agar ON IIAKD .i WHOtSAIX ALL'XSXDS
Our old Mend, Col. D. J. TATt.on, who wai at Fernan- SJUIIlI$ 10:1llh.: condition ul'IIIiwhhl1! they will bu tiuuupl- tory pnccL : ., AI>, "JI
dlna bcforo tho war Is there now, a) accommodattnj and udantthutulv.tdhtus. they will ci.Joy 1\tutu attached to First door North .- .. .... to', -
tuo ;
cfflcliiiit as ever.W. army
A. MoLKAN, Forwarding and Commlsilon Merchant, ,
: lu Mnl to lutvu) djclnroil the proposiils of An.trl\ -- -- --- -- -
at Jacksonville, docs our business, very tatisfuctortly, and in U> Ihu DiiohiuK to liu llaJuIYaIIIC.: No Inline'- |Tclo : : : ,4'U
who him.p dale niplurihuwuvir, between AIHIHU' and Prutniu 101
_wUU4o so to all patronIze
, poctud' as AI1'trIJ111 rahinit to tho FuU- ;f. f'rt!, Ualil'dand, nUn_ Dried,
,:Ii.'uVIIIIATOIt: Wholesale and retail dealer In Duo'I. utuLml, by which they will| burulurruU to tuutpuuiuli I THE ',*'! A .

Sashes Blinds, &c., at 203 and 2 Cannl Street, New York, ', .. on tin uiT.iirs of the UncUiox. J. ii 1. ,
1'liu stitj of tni.i'i condnu.le criucjil on account of thnftrnniMHMin .
'*ifa's! i a tfard of Interest to dcalors lii those thin;*, ol bom powers. 1838. n-n-n-r" MADE EXPRESSLY, FOR, .. .. v....;
OOODIVIN WOODS, at 1 67 Ann street, New York, bu It I.ICIOUlL'fl.u bolll"'cJ lilt luo Prunelun arnmmuuts will shortly 0t IDA : 1l R. '
mikes an announcement to those Paper, Paper- A ruply, anted thu $lth, to the.AiiHti-imi note of tho 2i'.th') \ I Trains on .. j,' : I ..

Stock, ic.: Ac. lilt., has teen wui'dud lo 1I I'ulI ton WuiiUur, tee 19us- with night Army;; Navy, Shipping, Stoamtoats/Grocers, '
saounbtaudurin Vicu.ia, suiting Unit Pi'iissm toj not I ril1AM 1 ... .
All persons shipping cotton to Savannah, would do wo'l!1 .1'ruu lu t.iu; "uputul ol thu Vicuna c-ibinet In ruiuiviicu! ). lo : and ,; ,,, 4 err .

to store with BiliuLEf, IIiU. Co., who have com modi. ; tae quuiiuon of iliu Dticliiu. It l.iys s)>ucliil stress upon ; r "ncf.r.
tnu ol Inlcruau of Pruaniii nod and Thursday :
uoll.nlI1Hy: Italy, gives Sa1ooJt1.s" dad
warehouses.A. .
one (Ire-proof .1.1 1'vamvu uaMWur to tho Austrian proposals lor dinruiiiUlUllt. JOB ,
toisLiso lon :: Wednes ,/ Y*JIM I At.
; c: dealer In Grocorle", Provl+ +, Acm.lcf I -
WAHUKE' ATTITUDE OP iTAtT. 1 DIe Hall, ought not to bo overlooked \.:IOU yet' The at lBttduor lady c'unlliiuul waihkti, and created ', Thursday '

go to make such purchases Savannah unuasiuuHj, c-ipuclally: 11I1'al'wheru\ War was rIO' I .
aidua ao very probuulu. 1 EST tn L. S : : .
1.} Tno A Qonoo1, the Iv"nkn'vl1. and very reliablo
Cotton Iloudo, may: still bo found at !90, Bay' street, Savan We arc enabled lo state that tie: luiliun government haM l :0.1.: 6..Orders Promptly, Careful I x .. .
ciiilud out l'Kijir; : ) men. it was ruiiioruu Uunenil" JJ.:llu ,
nab.JoaN 'l.innor.i would tak, Ihu/ uunnuiiiid. ol thu army. Tau itiu-. In connection with the Newspaper, \ Put up and Dcl1v ..ct.l.; .; ,
W. NDBRSON" Soxs-anl< who does not know .
inn tMVern.nout mid dJuitleit to arm tutu luliiniuers. mull if
General ASDERSOS f-Is one of tho strongest and mud rJUblc _- pro>iuvu41ulU3tuil by brl.piiia., ill order to muililulu Ihucoaoeu THE MOST march 27-3m -1!

arena In Savannah. Bond your orljrs and coiulguiiicnU ( tuition ut iroups' o..II'ro'IIy the ministry.KXIJITSJItXT ".> .1-S''1 ..... .

to thorn at the corner of Dr.iytou and Bryan Stride. TIIIIOlUlloUT) ITALY. Y
All the Inieil" eiiuu received 1.0,11'el1u1m via Italian Book and Job BOAR t. ou mai n. BBN.TAMIX n. rEnmu..
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Bankers and Commission
Ihu mitt of h..f..yty.
MsncKii A AXDEHSOX are cjnrcun; ) mujnl.u pivclpitancy tau .
Merchants ns good a house, also as there U li Savannah. Austrian pnmr.ili.jiH.: :. :Aiutnn was expectuU lo have t !.:.k'
iJ.oOJ ilDouvu L 0Ue! Vo.ul.a about; tau liras vt',Il11Y,
We are glad_Savannah has no many reliable firms. THE ITALIANS WANT WAII. IN THE LINE GUERARD & 'FERRILL,

Sja ChaijaefSchalu'' '. on Atltntlc anl, 0 fir R-illroid. There can bo no uuubt. mat he Itulmu iovurnniciit duIrus .
until mail! .- 11'111'0 tbu on.y in..uns ut"Xtl'I""tlOIl1r.J1I111I1 cicooJin0.y We have gone to great : '
Keep chii>:{In gentleman, we un got our
) lalau and unluiili MUHUIOII.CONGUCSSIUXAL.

,' '. taroajU In luiU than a week from Savannah.D NEWS.WASUINOTO.V XJ'1VV': O? 3T : !! (! < *. Lane, COTTON FACTORS
; 'M't forget our friend IlAnBisoTOS when yon go to
:May 17.-Tho Sunutu, to*day, pawed tho
Savannah-the furniture man with the big piuturo on the .
outside or thin p.vpor. Look upon the picture-b y fromthu Seat Point Apjnopriutlon. bill. It conUiini pruviiionprohibiting or the Lutost '.

ui.m. ;: thuappolniniuutof: cadet who served In the

K3 ar.ny or navy of the Southern COIII" ur.ICY. NEW STEAM[ "".- .

""%-AITT.D.-We are In great waut of five or ten (Dillons of The CoiHiilnr uml Blplonmtlc. pruprli\tton; bill VIM : ', Jos.

thick niolaiMen, or drippings Trout sugar fur I the purpose of UlriO! p.lHSJil.Thu : General Commission jflcrclmnts

.I' casting rullui fur our pra.aes. A liberal price will bj paid HoiiHO res,i.;nod the consideration of thu Tax bill. Manufactured expr,- sly for us b ,

: for the same. Ifuuy of our floods Iji the com.t.-y rut ac.coinuiodau A letter was received and read Irom Oonural Urant ro- .. J'

us, we will l>r under many ob'J,:ut.uuj. I comineu'linf un Increu'u of thu regular army, for the l pur. IJEW JOB

.- .. pos of.Hipii: >'in;; Ihe phiood ol thou troupe; that: are now Bay Street, Snviiiinati, .Ceoa'ia.a .
I tort IT.-That we aro composed: tu soave out ol gain:; out ol'service. General Grant Fays In his lutttr that Manufactured to order by George P. ,

Ithis Ij.u*. abu:zt liozL'j new uJvjrtucui.o. 4. They willappear a small military" force in required la tic Slates heretofore '

lu next rebellious: and it cannot bu foreseen that: this force The 'inest '
uur: I : :
will; not hu n-uulroil: for HOIIIU tlm tu come. He hopuj that TIMER'WILL .
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tliU force will nnt buuuce' ary to o.ilorca tho lawn, bill When de-ircd, wo will ship cotton to our friends In New
Bt'jf mer Governor Marvin arrh'ed at St. Of all Color, and I
iI.Turuucuuof Konttm'ntiMijundurol: by tho war roulurcllt York and Liverpool, making liberal advances on_ the same.
Murky yejtevday, and will leave tu-c ay, or to-morrow farKvy
10 prc'oncu of the! military( ncro"'Y" to give u feeling; of
\\ Mt, wii bell 'u. TI-3E: BEST ? '
to thu Hu thinks: that all die- RCFCRENCES.:
seunrity p uplo. peaceably ,
posed classed! of the Southern people will concur in thUview. ** "'<.
: Which enables s to do in the Robert Habcrbham & Son Savannah,Goo.-,
NOT TilE CHOLERA-But uomcthlug just about as unwelcome I ., "*
Ono W. Anderson
do .
liar, come ag IIn. It l i. our painful duty to annwmci WASHINGTON, May 13.-In tho Senate! toOajMr.. Snm- JR., Anthony Porter, do ',

that two or more uompauiv of negro troops vUl( bu luTal- nor prvioiite'l t the! pt-tilli of certain color"d ciiLaiiH! a'k- EVERY "KIND; CF JOB PRINTING : SON. JH. Hunter & Gammol), do."

lih\'lvu moil. Aud uuiy WO U
HOOU t --a.s -- ,
'II"''in i that no Con;(r "isniiiii' from tiiu South hhnll be al- A. Bull, do ', .j'
notice which had: William R. Pottos do.
CROvDEJ Ot'T.-We regret a wo :
Iivvd a '"nlln tne IToutt of Rojirojentutivo'( who la not MAMMOTH Ex-Governor A. K. Allison, OuIncyTU-v .
prepu rud for tuo 1-ensacola and Georgia K-.llro-ul un.ivoMably : eo: 'en by nt least half the loyal men of Its o.ltdct11: \\ !: Savage ffc hello Gainesville Fla. .
crowded out. Wo hope to be able to lay bof'r.' out r"I1.1lo color.' i rnmuol Swan, Jacksonville, Fla '
ruid' in naxljcr, itj :rtq of tli. To the C. O. liarnard, do -' -' {
oar r a subaoqueut refs MiSumner I\'S" presented n ptt'.lion: for the of Irf- may S,'611-1y

l.vHal On; cri. f. son J avis' y court ma.tal, and raid In connection that
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t a- trial: of Mr. ])'1\:11: al Richmond, nt present, would be Delloato( CaTtc cte
TneYni:';DXnx'aBarrgvoLENTS.elatr.-.rayed! : na nIt G. EHRIICH
111.I ''Hi) til tho-c" ,invnt' cnmcdUj IIldl would' horualUr I'xoitu .wwnoLEB1.E
ragalla similar to the Sons of Tcmpe.-auco, i.ara.i'.d
thadettvlan or l!lo 11'01"01. The putitloa was referred to : : : *
principal 1 streets, last Saturday. It ,was /l1.ave! sight!! to DEALTB!: : IK 'jfIF
he Committee Mil'.tiry'! AlV.nrn. We have secured Ul3 s ( .1
the cllizens ofTillaliAaito ; but we shall :not bo jrpilBu.1: \ :
Tiia attention of the Muted: to-day ww mainly confined Millinery and; Fancy Dry Goods
It !Is the day of
tat any thing! that "turm Up, now. to the Tj\ b'l.! AN' ESPEJEIipSD Streets. ,

I ".trai7e r.oUous." -..t4 coo JCDOE SI.MlIi:3: NOT ArT'.OVt'ED TO TAKE HIS TRIMMING, LACES, S LKS AND; 'PITE .CCOBSr"I'D ;

flT AT. Who has c'!..avge of thu Job D ,1
WANT. rewdti .snBlapje as Tallahasseeare band
.AN UnOSiT Constantly on a large assortment +,
I without a Fire Engine. A dry spell, a lilfih wind, nnt. M mrtu, May 11.-TUe :Evor.ljs::: News pu'i1.hea the fol- j

: a IlN;are an that aro uwded to '.leaU'Ojr Uuu.lfOjii of thou- :.o'.vinjjordjr\ Ordora: Solicit: 'l'B.nDmJ.u.'D TJUTRDIilED ,', 'tr ,'t'sDertnrnrvT! or AtA,, )
dollars worth of
uinds of property.
' M.iyl.ih: 181,". }f fIr. Hats Caps Bonnets & Straw Goods. .
In thccvuntof 11110.1 a arc, wears, posItlTjly, powcrlcelo : SIIOCER ; : ,
.. comp'.mcoUt'! :\ in-itruciinns i'toitho: Proiiiicntofliu i _,.
its la'aeee.'e .
stay i Every description of -
ruitucl States It I H hereby directed that, Ruphacl'amines :
Thu good old luuxlm : "in tluuof peace prepirj for war,
lw.I!!l bi II1lh'd! I '.. tAT
not plj ) f bold or exercise the rune-
1 is peculiarly applicable to tats: subject ; and wo car cal!;, 1'i: 'VJ'CLOfHI I FANCY AND LADIES' GOODS
j ,!'a'< fJml!, e of t'.iuProlp'-o: Court of ;Mobile county, or _
invite to it thu ImmotlUte. nttuutiou of oar. uerchauta, bun
my otter civil or political oiHce or tcu while hu remains 'WtJOLESA.L.B.m -
IUOJllilOll, and citizens gjncrally. ( .'.!
inpaido.ii'd by: tlic PruB t'ut.] \G "

c .e.' By order ofBruvot Major General Charles R. Woods.A. : Country SlUliners Suppliod-Orders PromptlyAttesdod to.

0 .1 IDEI'LOI1AI1LE.-Wa are Informed, by citizens from Ruhr RAMCKY WININOEII,
ar occurred there en Suiicli.y! eM-Llnf by
cy, that a ad event .. As"lstanlIjut"nt General. '
which a very worthy young man lost his life. TALI.AIEJACOB \ : UNDER ST. ANDREWS' nALL; '

Mr. JESSB DtcKnox acting as Deputy ShcrlfT, attempted, NEW; YORK M.\.nKIl'S. ; .

to servo a warrant for' arrest upon GAUl: ZEmtcii, (col, NEW YORK;, May IS.! -Cotton llrm ; sales, 1,806. Softrr3c: ) n. S troo \

ored,) who escaped from the Qulncy Juil a month ao. '! e Gala quoted at 130. BUR I I ,

iiw 'ro r.0, when the attempt was made on :Saturday:; nlglr TIIS HUll'B M19SION-GI.-- SICKLES! ACCEPrS. J..v.crohnn.'t: : 3 : ;\ to shipping on! hand ONE DOOE TEOSt :BKOUaHTOK,' 1SAVANNAH t
, bat about midnight eons tweaty-live of his friuuuX wel
W ASIIfflTON.y\ 111.-Run. Sic'sloa: reconsidered his 2a-8m .
armed, returned with him and paraded thu public: sir
!noutnildulght-which fact Wail not ICUOHTI uutll :Sunday:; 'fho SOl1lo: will louhtu.l'y mtiln the Cola-a.Io veto. .. .WOODS.. .. "" mtylO-tf r 0

''morning. : ?yMr A caunis ofRniml llnin Sell ,'torn having I Hsccrtiilncd that REfiDY-MADE !

DICKSOH beard, on Sunday night that six; ne 'roman they c.'n 10; IIIl1i'O.' a tIVO' hlrjsvotu for (thu cons it tuna ( aastcNOTICXfl bbtrtislnunts, '

well armed, had sworn to kill him. Siaim"ii'nL: : "' a lunjait'nt opo-iiul by tlu R.'count rni.1 Ion CoinmUlea: FOR MEN, YOUTHS '.\ '

new POI", l.eijcejdod, with two or thorn, to m k' L e h Jlolroned; fir thur action until next w ek. TOWANTI.p '"

arruit of thu nix negroes, -Overtaking thorn on the Jiroo.. Gunuml htoiiuinun's report to General Grant blames the Geatlemea's ; P L A'JST'T :EJ xi S ."
lie ordered them to half which they refused to do. lie
negroes js the can"u of thu Mcin;>hU riots.
,. hen fired tham.'wUcu\ they turned aud relumed the HATS, CAPS, & SCHOOLS1.H :'

I$ fire-some ulx suot3-ono of which! took uffeet In the lore FIRE 1N MOBILF.MouacxMay10.Thellhtntn *
Also, constantly on hand, a Street.
struck the City Warehouse
which bo died In few hours. ;
head ofDicr.sox, from a AVISO BEEN APPOL'ITED'BUPERn' I
-. DDr.'T
i Mf. DICKSON Wf5 She of the first volunteers Lon Quincy this afternoon, dU tro'ill.? the same, together with : : : Public (schools for Freedmen In : .

" who went to. Pensacols Upon tho dUbuudiueut uf his five hundred bales of cotton. > .n.'mruJl'.! ill titO ). S8-3m State persons of Florida wishing, in the Tuachors place,of Had L. M._' t

: regiment:there,bv ]joined the celebrated Robliidou llattory NEW YORK MAR'\.E'rS Silk Mixed and Fancy R wishing Schools, will address ma through thO-t

-SlIl'Dlllluber ot which ho wan often dUtiuguUhud, uud NEW Yon May 17.-Cotton Is arm ; sales to-day 1,100 l'oHt Otflca, and when present will\ fiudiao frthe

..wa4: finally promoted, for good conduct and gtillantrjr. ba'sat! Sec; to 3iic. MARSEILLES : Methodist :Paroouage, tu tM city

1 lie was universally respected among his acquautancea! i; Gold quoted at 121! ]'. I:. B.: DUNCAN,:

j and his cruul and unnatural death will bo universally la .-. And a General Assortment of OPERA. may&U SnperintcndijDt. .

ra mented.W TItEr WOK'T TTOI-BLE You Loso.-Children grow nn- VESTINGS work with JULIAN BETTON
<_5- nothing on earth grow to fan as children. It wan but y"'" -
; Toon HOME PAften.-AncxcLaigo gives the turday, and thai lad was playing with tops, a bu<>ynnt hov. \ DEALER IX t
He I Is a man and gone now I 1 hero ID no more childhood LINEN C RAWLS. ,- .. '
Jbllowiug sensible advice : "Stick .to your home for him or fur uu. Life has claimed bun. When a beet,. Boots Shots aril *Leather

,paper, iN'o matter if you are poor ; none are so nliig Is made it i is like a 1'I'uHllrIocklllif.! stitch by "'!tcb &::0. fie ftc.' ; ,
as the Ignorant I it be the depraved it gives way till all are fono. 1 liu hon-e has not a child in "
except ,
poor, it. There h no more nnl o In tin l'1I1I-l1oy. rushing Inn'11mull may S3'Cm : ts TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Fi .
: ..an4 they too often get together Keep your There ,
:1t: is orderly now. are no more ttkates -
.' t tltomo paper Renxember that if it is not so ur0e, or -leds, bats, bulls or strings, left scattered about..Things LA.STwrw. I nit Door North ..f Siato flank;

"' And imposing as some, it is the advculier of your are neat enough. iinw. mar fr-Otn -,' .
is of brcakni't for sluitoy folks there is '
There no delay : : WARE.
; ndgIJ.burhood aod daily bust. ess, and tells you no longer ally ta-k btforo' \iu lie d what ii'going on arouud you instead of u thousand anybody, and tucking! up the bedclothen. There urn no will make PERSONS! : INDEBTED!: ;
ukUtjs away.c" ." dmnuteB! ; to sutllo. noliiMy to trot off to school, no complaint .: V'o can JAMES LOCKElU1AN TO 'TIIE ESTATE: 0V -
: importunities fur impossible thingit, no rips to and late of Leon county ducuaaeah
nn : Photographic at the
.-. i.. .- are hereby notified to tIlake immediate
mOld, no fl'i.'urs tu lie up no tu be washed, or col. iajni payment, lad
; '. The Pemfultun ts ft paper! in itliodo Island.It .- 11rlIII he arranged I There wan never such puaru in the rOl', the>lOJII having clalmlllglUnat lllid estate will presellt Lbeua
must published in a clock f ictory from its house I It would sound imulc tu have some feet clat- A' itrri.s'j\ his fence nudurolgned will be plead! In.the bar time of their preecribed !lrlllw, ur i
tr down t IA front stairs. 0 for sumo children's noise I IWbat recovery., .
It is "We fur all." At fin tblush OPPOSITE TIIE STATE BANK may B-&w J. '
.;:. 'name: : motto swing > used to all uu that we were bushing their loud A. EDMONDso .At m'r. 1
\ we tight think it rather an equivocal lie II', c.ietklna their miry frolic and reproving their Tallahassee \ T, ,
3 title, but on icccnd thought it' is a very good siim rutf and bmng'n;the doors l We only \\Uli\ ollr II"'S-h. Lookout -,
T)0iwunll).l lend us an urchin or two to make a little uoiao) ,
l'' name for a newspaper as signifying that it gives in these prum!.e*. A home without children I It is like miL, GLOSS] Ins ALL !pN9 WHO fAVE!: 'YOM IN 1ft 6tIOP
both sides of she! question. candles and Mowers vino there first of Jan1l&rrlast. ;( (I j
a lantern and uo ; a garden, no ; a It call and are ootl4
and On tin let of that they do not pay tor It before .
aud no snipes; a brook and no water gurgling rushing:; day the tint da, cot
P There la ome news t from LilUput The Rev, In its channels. We want to be tired 1. to be vexed to bo June, the property will be sold at auction to pay Up8D.... .
1 Mr. Gulliver speaks of Andrew,Johnson as "that run over, to hear child life at work with all its varieties. All those wishing to secure : marlo-wtjl R. T.7SARIbON < ____ :
is' During the secular day*, this Is enough marked. But it Ocvll :33! "
prince of traitors He breaking the egg at is Sunday that puts our 1'011I010 the proof. This Is the ; Cotton Gins. .

the wrong end. Christian\ fa.ully day. The intervals of public worship are Al the Gallery will positively be closed "\
Ions spaces! of pence The family seems ninny upon that HAVING BETN APPOINTED AOENT FOl\'l'n .
:;'V.i Gen. Stoneraan bu organized a commission, day. The children great' You can lay your hands may !-nt Taylor'l Gina. I am prepared to receive orden..
I butt beads. They .OVllltO recn ni/e tint irruater AI there will be only number
composed of three army officers and an es-Oon- upon : aeatrto Florida
love-lo nod and to friends. The hou*" -vaceM, U. J, A planters would do well t 0 leave UwI.r: orders imrlediatelyft'mayslm ,
federate General, to Investigate .the cause of .the but not still. Them it a low and melodious tit ,t child. A Th"1m. A.' HOPKINi: .
.' Jiemphls massacre. ren in It. But Sunday comes too till now. T&ere ts a si- STEAMBOAT AGENT &; : ..
lance that aches in the ear. There U too much room at toe AnMINIIOTU&TUIX'S! NOT1Il: -
Mrs. Toomba, 1Vifeof the General has returned table, too much at the hearth. Tha bed-rooms are a world COMMISSION & FORW 7 MONTHS AJ'TRRDATR I WILL & -
from Cuba. > Bh passed through Atlanta on Sun too orderly. There is too roach.leisure' and too little care. II : AUTHO. acounte and.onchera u ffls of the*estate _
Alai 1 what mean these blunt Is loaxbody growing FeroHndlun : In my ab- of 1.. M. .
for Waehin ionla Wilkes ;Probatt Lace
route fA
dads en : oount.'v'I'. old Areliuoee Urnt and tolnott Is life wining NTfarrf AlUil ooantI tor a &RSgtetssfflr"- ; iettyr...
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trot the 8e11t l\ .]J- JIarrled h = -- -- '
W Lad T"X "
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r.Tuo.enu---. vale ft'very uncertain thing, and it ill Ji r- e.Oh very safe to be too certain of the until TSVP nsa -U. --jv
?.,,)- IY.o...: they.are unmistakable.. _Vienna has nymptoms! been stirred t B' H''V I B- 1 Iff _- --

I do not waks my Into again: Up lately! by the comical result of a strange love i --' TKB
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Bnt leave It on the cypress tree,
It wall a sad dlwordnni strain etory.Jt! : scorns that in .the-house, of one Ilerr HOUSEHOtD '

1 'UiThe-d11'Jte Of derJrnn'd Waaiory: Kuliae, ft teacher of languages,, Dr. Kant,, a 4 '
'. yfrd I let ft 1..p-.tbe strings will break,
physician AJTD
..1 ". Jitbebe..epttoorudely'o'M' f r. young happened to make the! ncquainUBrec -

f>kUonch] ; U not for her dear sake,, rnTrnifigfcRtrTlJtijTlened/ with some property ,,... ,
ufci t..:*".Who lletdndd|| tote nok b Wyora.! and-tliirty years of ago .heandybeing unpiarried"e -- OI'fICEFUUNITUIlE: :
; evinced some interest in the but
Her nigh* yet linger: 'mid the strings, rather abashed doctor. She made love young
TIIo"'bn8hed her voice, her form departed, toliimi I ,
,And like 2Bollan mnnnnrtn!!". in tact very strongly, and persuaded him.' to visit \
Her whispers tooth the broken-hearted. her at her house. But alas] 1, he loved another I
'I'bcnlet me list her eplrit-eooge, lady. One while
Unheard perhaps by other care, she said evening. conversing with him, OP d'- ASK TH
a cadence that belongs, -: m-
Atone to sadne, and to tear "With a favorable !idea of matrimony, may I ,,Every Description Lowest Trice)

lAalOln'ILLII,FLA. May. 10, I860. ask if you ever thought of marrying, yourself" ..
j S.-.. Dr. Kant sighed ; and his eyes resting on the AT PRICES fv Tug
[From the Cnton] ground, hesitatingly muttered in
reply:- .
"NEWSPAPER- POKTnV." "I have already thought of. marrying and made'my TO S UX'JL' > OITY'THE

A RISTOSSB.-BY C. 1', 0. choice- = i+
"But" the ] Y w wan __ +*
lady hastly interposed. ?
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'Oh I lake that start)' crown away "But ho continued, the lady is rich, rich,' TIMES. .. SAVANNAH
Fling not thoso rose o'er my Into, very -
and I ant I 7'
poor. am afraid I could .
The brow that thou wonld'Bt wreathe Is clay, as- "

The chords thou would'st( adorn, arc mute. pire to be to taxed her hand with;sordid and father designs than,, I allow Will bury myself my Agent for the State of Georgia for IUttlc% Folding Spring Beds and.MattrcsscsT-at: N. Y.. PrJ e .,

Look on my gems thaftirpken lie, passion in breast
my and ]leave
My flower that Death hath scattered there, unavowfea for-
And ay, can e'er the heart reply ever. .
With gladness to thy words of cheer t At an early ]hour the following day, however, S. B. ;HARRINGTON: : ,

she betook herself] to a solicitor, and in legal form
TIle "marblt-thnff was around
-., '. By those sweet flowers 10 faded now; declared her ,wish to presto and hand over as his may I0-3m 178 Croufhton Street, Sherlock's Old Dry Goods Store, Savannah. Ga.1tlu .'

-- The Once gems formed now a lying circlet on fur the the gronnd brow., property: :the sum of. 150,000 guilders! (. 15,000, to ..
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ui. n.UIII.Y lllu uiu uucumeiuiuiu been -
,.But.. they are gone--nnd In their place countersigned, and duly contph ted,.she sat down | gork'nl1b-t1 liih1Drtilllitl"abrrlistnunis.i nbitrnml! Dberliatntrnb, eiit;; : :llsste t abrtlistnrtuL ,
In the 1"
mine and office and
A mass! of nn urn"" ;inclosing it in an elegant enve-
A few Imalll(1'8ves. a broken vane, added the

To tell to Dope, "there1' no return.> lope ar'Srr':' I have following much note pret:, ur "in. inclosing" NATIONAL V. A. RYAN &CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .1

Then take the offered flowers away, a paper which I hope will remove the obstacle in _

I thank Nor wreathe thee-but me thou with cans't tho Poet'not say crown, the.' way, of your. marriage. Believe me, &c. STORE. .

,. e To Death, bring bade to ino my own? .. "ALI S: 'MARTINI." STOVE WD.HKS ,
,l;tt Dr;; Kant-for im, and no oilier, 'was the Individual i- WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
T ho' kind the words thy friendship brings, addressed-was the "
happiest in ,
man the
Thou cans't not make the (lowers re-bloom, world on receiving this generous cpistlo. Re G. W & A. i M.: SCOTT> & CO.
't Around gems the which Memory fondly the flings pl at once to the of I... ITos. 2 3I Q/anq. 241,Wator Street,
past,-now grace tomb lady parents Fraulien Fisrhcl, Imported & Domcstlc.Liqiiors
JACKSONVILLE, May ft,1800. the of hia!:! ]love, he proposed for and received ,i Between BccLnmn* Street and- Petit\ Slip, ;

..._ the hand of' a girl who had long been tin tteredby "a .,' .: J Jl *'.. -?; WK respectfully a large. Inform stock of out frlcuda! ,that we now r...

IIEBCTOFORR.Inscribed his delicate thought and unmoved attentions.- HEWrOBK.WATSOV '" '
His reply to Alice Martini besides AO... .AGENTS FOREELLERIS
conveying his .
[ to John R. March. sincerest thanks ....:...... '. "
contained two cat to de riwte '
i' 1 linked SANFORD rroHldunt.; SUHHER
BY w. n. 0,JlOSMER. to'ether'by the significant ro'sc-colorod'
ribbon. Alias Martini JOHN TRl'SIOW, Vice IVcHldont ntul Treasurer, OELEBEATED WHISKY
From all Its kind lids: wasted: he rt'" forthwith sued the happy J. J,. bEAIir.KY.: !Superintendent of \\oike.. ,
This moody mind, now drifts bridegroom for restitution ; but as no promise of AM. 8. UTTER, Secretury.Solo ..
It longs to end the tlrtelepa shore marriage had been made, the Cage wiu, by two COORS!
.... ... Where rests-. tho wreck of heretofore" successive!:! courts, decided against her, manufacture. of Faire riianpaniifS: !

[MOTHEIW ELI. 4._.. At tho old tnnd"ln TlJ.llahii.f;
wh"r r
1' t Sanford's Challenge Heaters, wo lire prepared to I
Fresh are the rose of today How TO WRITE AX ;EDITORIAL.-The thing is supply niBtoineffi ylthll1lrlnds of II 1

With hues that match the sunset'glow, simple enough; it is only trick, and may be illustrated :Mammoth: Heaters.: DOT :Z2-A.TT: GTr1.EET, '
But sweeter, dearer far
than they. thus} Suppose the time to have arrived Fashionable
.. Are flowers that withered Dress
long ago'Young ; !
flowers that graced a radian chore that "Bomething must bf done;" and you are edi- COSMOPOLITE PARLOR RADIATORS, BAVANNATI GA. Goods
| Washed by the wave of Uerctotorc. tor. You take one of the latest papers-your '

,Take back this tome-, with own or (some other-and scan its columns in CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES, Grenadines and Orftl\nd, ,. '
leaven search of a text. ,iAh here is
The work ol'ooe one-a telegraphic
f".I i The sonl of constancy by woe that untaught grieve* ;'*.J'C account ofa tar diivcra'' riot in New York : BEACON LIGHT RANGES, _may s-lt! ___ ________ __._______ MUSLINS AND: 1? RXN.TS --
Within can find no room For thought NEW YORK, April lIJ.-TlleJ' .
; considerable
I love alone to And a full ntaoitmi'nt ofCooldng .
%The blotted scroll ponder of Heretofore.o'er rioting along the line of the Third Avenue load E. D1: SMYTHE 8/ CO.ntI'ORTlltS COLLARS AND SETTa

One driver is supposed to have been killed. A ; and Heating Stoves, .
Names written on that record dim torpedo last night was bird on the track and ex-

I ..4*. .Wile And airy stained visions with ronnd unavailing mn B\Urn-there,.. ploded;damaging n car. The passengers narrowly : Adapted 1 to nil purls of Iho world, ANT DEALERS IN G-JE=;.. .OCJES. ;

h. :' Bring back the joys of other enre, escaped. .,

And beams outshining noont! u, pour Now for your editorial : -.A1.50-... I Crockery China & Glassware;; HOOTS AND "sno.r:fl, .
Through the torn cloud of Jlcretolore..I .It, will be seen ,bv the telegraphicdispatches: 1

.1,1 7"\DlecOrdnnCto my mood of mind i wmcji we ciiODeci from our exchanges yesterday STOVE : HOLLOW WARE UATS AJXV CAFP .
Is music of the present hour morning that a great excitement prevails among 109 imOUOHITON STREET,
For only In the past I end the drivers! of the street railroad cars in the city A NJ- :
A A voice voice that that wakes hath to a spell life once of power-moro of New York. (You might have "in New YOI'kl'but 1TMO.STOVK" : POLISH. (NEAR DULL) CLOT iJ1. ) Nf..

ri3R...i The. buried. .forma of Heretofore you must string it out as long as you can.)- 1 : .J_
The telegraph says : "There is considerable tiotin ""':; I' WJT.'P.: SLI7SSER '. SAVANNAH, GEOHGL01 .
;; dove ,
., ; ; the tome of
; so glad old,
::E.A.: .
along the line of the D
H Third "iV
; Avenuo Koad.
; A.rt.:111:
Though and .. ,
eml. dump mouldy DOW its n alls, K "m i And converse It is also stated that "One driver i is j _.._ .
sweet ith phantoms hold supposed to ----------- --- -- TI.XE '
That glide at midnight through Its halls, have been killed." The dispatch, which is dated j OIWELITE CROCKERY; .
For they are wandering from the shoro the 19th, to incidents 'PhL1.aC101pn.: : '
Of thy dim realm, oh, Heretofore I referring which may be ._ GRANITJ
{ supposed to have occurred on the night of the '

Kind looks oa they slowly, depart, 18th, contains tho information that "a torpedo OIL PAINT AND VARNISH Agricultural Implemciils
On me the wan procession cast, late last Glass ,
W For well they know that one heart night was laid on the track AVo are tnmmnn, nnd ,'ran',

{ .. Keeps a green remembrance poor of the pant also informed that the torpedo which was laid on "'OR n.s. ", ,t'P';:. l;-C. itc, !.re'. "
A heart that trembles to Its the track "exploded." The latest .
core accounts state In Store and to Arrive, i.4 mAT -;
When.nagWa.ougaofllerctol'oregI : : .. that the explosion ,damaged 'iI. car.V( also :-0" n i .-j! TAI ,

love old'oaks that feebly wave, learn that "the passengers escaped," but.'as the Fon SALT BY TIlE ORIGINAL INVOICES.

And weeds that hide a ruined hearth; telegraph informs us' "narrowly." SPEAR &. BONAFFON I LOWEST CASK

Pole And moss upon a sunken grave, As Chancellor O.\t nstiera remarked to his little I. f37" Goods( Unpacked for Cointry Trido.1 ...Art ( PAIGES: !

For they every are crumbling teachers of wreck n lore of earth boy, "Mj son, that's the lick it's done with.- MANrFAcTt'nr.IlR all
That lends a charm to Heretofore. Ja'klJ01t Clarion ant! fi-flm. IIa\Irf: pHMbUrhc'd! a hrnrvh of our lioote In :New York,
._ ----- --------------------- ne are prfpored to furnibh, ]
goody of nil ,
--- .. kinds In
-- .
-' titv, at the Inyqn/la
uliortu't notice and
PARAFFINE OilS! on the moot advauUgec
(, ;A Blether JLore. ]A DEATH-BED in MAURI\GE.-A marriage took '.1'1\1.. .. ..'..frcOlmF.... .. .. .. 3.'.ItLT.:., .)..M....ITTLHOLOOMBE .. ... torniu .... ..
Some years ago, some English officers place this city on Wednesday 1:ist, followed by

In the vicinity Mulkapoor,went out ticker camping hunt the announcement of the death of the bridegroom Machinery, Lubricating, Wool, Rosin, Gas CASH ADVANCES MADTh

t ing, and bagged a splendid tigross. Whilst on the follow ing;: laThe circumstances of this and lard Oils -
It turninghomewiththe1rophyc.they.found re- case make it one of sad and peculiar Interest It "-K COTTON e11n'I'En rn

'spot, irftho lee of a jagged" rock, what in a not infrequently happens that u bride or groom, PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT,- PARAFFINE VARNISH & GO. ]-: .' 'j'
evidently,was the lair of a tiger, for thpre Iny hone soon after the performance of that rite which rodgkiScott: : & Go. .

of both human and brute kind, and shreds knits the dearest and holiest oi'bondn!, is sudden- ,
and 'Vtl( ON
rags of clothing.-More interesting than all idly taken .away in the midst of health undo GREASE, NEW YOm
how new found happiuess. Then (TIIOS. IIOT.COirBE, ESTABLIWIKD: 1SC:; ) !
4t ever, wart the discovery the affliction is indeed -
a tiny kitten _.
than a fortnight old, coiled in a corner, not more I terrible to the bereaved, because unanticipated White Lead and Colors of all Kinds, _--__ __ __ _
and But in the instance the .r -
blinking at the intruders. present young '
., 'hunters at once decided that this must be the The cub man having returned recently from the army, .I AND DKALE11S ttf OLD STATED NEW GOD -
of the beast they had slain and was confined to his bed from a disease contracted ,

charge of the little orphan., willingly. took in the serviee. Day by day he sank visibly, I Rosin Soothed); Ditch ,., ,

;;Tiger kittens are not captured and it was evident that bin end! was not far dis- -

when the hunters returned to their every quarters day,the so taut In this extremity his aflianccd tusked that 181 BAY STREET, 1M

excitement of the tent was considerable. ,The the marriage cerpmony might bo no longer de ILLUMINATING OILS, liCAZUVL, ,&c., PSATORIUO ?'
....'newly acquired kitten was provided.with a tiny- layed, in oilier that sho might be his bride, & CLARE,, .
dog collar and chain though but a few short hours, that for lifetime
and attached to the tent- 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE
pole, round which it gamboled, to the delight of she might be the widow of one who had so brave- '
audience- ly served his Under ERS mmCnXN11!
an numbering\ 'nearly::twenty About t the country. these circumstances 1"IIiLADE1.I'itIA. TJnOngI\
two hours after the capture, however and jniniago was consummated j and so it comes
'" as It was growing dark, the good people in just the to past that between the wedding and the burial march 24-fim I i "
'tent were checked in the midst of their there lies but the breadth of a single da} .-Mem- -- ---- --- TALL .

by a sound that caused the hilarity phGYlittllefinlllpril29, FORWARDING AND UfASSJjr.: TLA. '
bravest heart to brat Hodgkiss Scott & Co .
rather irregularly -_ ., ,

-It was the roar, or rather the combination of QUEEN VICTORIA AND THE FENIANS.-A Lon -

shriek and roar, peculiar to the tiger when driven don correspondent of The New. York Tribune COMMISSION MERCHANTS: :'r '

ff mad with rage.:"-In*:an instant the writes Gomlnission'Merchants. T t'T are now r < <
gamboling An NO. :i'-oLD SLIP, NEW YORK -- .. > f vl\lng a en afortment of Cu-
kitten -
became interesting anecdote of tho sltneies Vtfltii
every inch a tiger,:and strained, Queen's humanity : : .;: .I I I lIIH] Goods, Clothing and hrI
I nlfhlnf tontir -
_with a.l11ts baby strength, at thetether,while it i I and attachment. her army has Just come to THOS. II. H000I ISS, late ofllnmbLlton Brolhor8"Baltlmore. -' .> ;. I rine Black, Blue, ronslminfr and in part of th"following: -
replied, with aloud'wail,: to' the terrible voice my knowledge. You may have noticed in the .fl ; : -. BAVANNAII GEORGIA. Wink Doeskin, Fancy Drown Brnadcloth;
,1 ,outside. The news from jjTdand the trial of..a. Sergeanti.Darragb G. W. SCOTT, of flrrn of O. W.-Scott .t Co., TullHtioflKPe I Jtlue FlannelH; Black Spring! C'abslmeren; .
company was panicstricken.There .- D. U POOLE, ol(Inn ofFoule.ti linbhltt, Jiulnbrldijo, Ga. Uluck unit C'olorutl Drup d Ele ; _. t
was something so sudden and unearthly in fbrjj'enianism; of which he:was foundguilty W. O, POOLE, of firm of G, W. Scott d; 00., Tallahassee, White, Colored Jtnllan+ Cloths ; -
: and
the roarthat, it seemed as the and sentenced to be shot. When tuewartant Flu; While, Colored I unty I iiten Duck ;
brought in an hour though great tiger was brought to the Queen for signature her ..--.- ,I npl! yam I Black and and Fancy Linen DriUuiei;
before;had cou- Brown Silk
come to life __ __ __ Mixed
again. h __ _,__ ____. ...Coutincs. ;.__
'ulH'y"nd Wh1l8 .
./Certainly. the tiger i in question,was already,flayed j1C11L was,urgently aoncueu on ino giomws P' the Ppccliil attention. given to ho sale of, kinds. of Mar.rlll.
but t ] ILallt4: asm JU'facrliscmcnts.Pensacola ( lunch bilk: Velvet iindSiiic-VeAlIngs
; the, picture conjured:up;bccame ,not the sity.ol'.roakU1g: ou. example, nnilat' length SOUTHERN White, Brown and Buff ;
\" more pleasant for that. obtained, though she burst into tears in the act of j'. PRODUCE, .... Linen and Taper t'olliire,Linen 1.1.l !lu bhins Thread
.- There Was, however" not nearly so Dutch time I according ityithin an hour after:he sent for and to tho purolmno and shipment of blIons'hoId and Geo R. R.J Fine Cotton and Merino Half Hose;' ; *- ,
I for r the warrant again and tore it ,to God Cotton and Gauze Merino
speculation to tho scared as p f'c'es-and ad Fine; Llm, Fine Undershirts I j
Mheae Jines has coat;for almost company simultaneous writing wit blessed frcr for if! '1'hp.'pct: "'wjlj} .;iTeet 'more toward Plantation JoodSjtl'arcs, .Qt7: 'r.)1 Cotton Flannel and Juuns.MuiIno s' .

the roar' there Jept sheer into the centre of the extirpating Fenianisnt in tho ranks...-If it {n1IIt'Jllf.ntSt! ;J.UM.; u: .;,: ,. J.i le Thread Bi-rlin and Kid CnderBhlrtf Gloves ; "X _
tent a bold tigress exists there-than ell the constables, spies 1' Handkerchiefs, Black and -
and nvyers Fancy bilk Tic
deignintf" and Cnvat
CHANGE btiapuidcni
"lice a single man there, she caught her kidnapped! no- ;,judgep. anti baugipen ,within the lair i peas of I MACHINERY OF _SCHEDULE. CuHlimuro (JviroUirUjALSO ;
baby by the nape of the Britain.- !I' I A riNB _
neck and LOT ITJIEX
snapped the little ; giving a jerk, ...-. .. ;r t-r---v TALLAUA.Ea, April 19, ISno ,
chnln.and then turning for the Ur.'rUNCJS: : AN]) AFTER THIS DATE, TIlE TWAINS YOUTU3 ATSTD POYB'' J..
r tent door, trotted off at full epecd. After-all it How HAST:' INCHES is A BcsHEL.-The standard uhf 1.ii's&nr.nJ ON Pen II"olI1I1Rd Uoorglu Railroad ON
& < will
: 't oJKew'ryBri6( \ 1 .. run a> fol
appeared that tup little'-thing'did not belong to bushels! of the United States contains ?}50.t cubic J. L. MOOHP:, Urltlin WcoBKVANT : low i SPRINGANDSUMMER
4 the tiger that wag slain,but to the, inches.: The "Iinpel'iAl13ushel".is about 68 cubic (UOOM Montgomery, Mot! EASTWARD.
mother A, BOND : Leave Qiiincy lit.. .. .. ... .. .:. .. .. CLOT
r that had_tracked and'recover d it. inches larger, 2218,1cubic\) .inchqs, \ny box Milton. Goo. '':'. 450 A. II. zxN-s.
1.1I Sanguinary E nON n. lIIn un. CJeu Arrive at ullulmstoo ut ... ... .. .f'. .... C..J3: _
, \ Altsp-eatel'U she.may have been, one' can be or measure, the "contents or which'are' equal to ..TA":U,1rniTFIELnDcmopnlls, Ala Leave Tllnnhn sco at ,... ...., .... .."........ 7,(X) -"men !I7-tt. t
scarcely sorry to hear that not a gun was)leveled 2150.4 cubic inches;tivil1 hold a bushel of grain. WMJBAJIJSt( I'rvbidc. Stats Bjnk.ofJJorUl)!, Talla- Leave JiiidJuon at ...,.. ..,..: ., .10.SO ''- "'1-'r- "
-t taq greaneJO I1 nature;&I she bore off her In measuring fruit; vegetables, coal and.gtjier/ p,,:: 1 Arrive. at Lake City at.. ... .. .. ...... ..... ... !4u5p,3f. ; iVcw Orleans ApalaciiicoJa i r
-4', ottnn oseat I similar substances one-bflh must be added. In THOS E HWBI.ETON.rrcs't Maryland Fire Infinr- 1vEs'rwsDD. I, < uadItogular !
.l . : cjearjolf.prpos : aaceCompany,Baltimore/ : tf: oct 24-lt Leave Lake City at.... .. ... .. ,. '' *
other words 785;
a peck measure five times even full A. :If. Sf. '. ;.
"' Leave Mrtditou at ... ..... .. ..10.5U .' .. Marks .. : j]
: ON THE \ .-In' the "Vision makes pne bushel. The usual practice is to heap e"al .f Arrive at Tallahassee ai. ; ,
of : qa liasct }; D6tttiscct nte. aaSP: M -" ; Ii'"
: .Judgment" may be found the the measure" In order to get on the fifth peck : Leave 'l'llllllhlt..801t ., 800. --t .
,l.t .' -. io allusion to the""situation" following bio Bureau prophet-.ridd measures must be heaped as long as what is to be --- Arrive, at Quincy at to.. .... .?..,., 480 .u9FtJ.9ntlil, (packet;4LI
10 .community in the whole Southern measured will lie on. THOMAS HAYWARD MARKS TRAIN ',1 1.1 '
Leave Tallahassee -r'
country could .... ... t sfi
e snow aptly Illustrate.intensity of the evil than -,, .._..._.. ... Arrive at 8t. Mark at.... .. .... .r... ..'.. .." V 780A.M..00 r" ", ins STBAUSUlf 't, .,
, ;.. tho poet has dQIJ< theso lines :- A traveler relating his experience in the East I Commission .Merchant; Arrive Leave 8t. Markeat..i.. ..... ... !If. .

. --; ,, -. The, guardian seraphs had retired on high, Indies.alluded to the great number of servants TALLAHASSEE Half Tallahassee at..,,.,,. tae P, M. ,
yiudiflg their charges past all employed by gentlemen In that "To f an hour will be given on the arrival of the ear e'
care bulow country.
,i ."".. ". -:181TUtrtlLl/gave the brrelnew AnYet'a13IeclcBureau,r; take care of my pipe," said he, "I had four ser- On t1a East. tide of'Monroe Street, eppotUa my old at A Tallahasaee line of stages for between Dinner, going Quill from y, JJalnhridge and coming and this way. :. '1.,
"""*: Recoiling ; ." 'Ia It "Yea ,\* Stand and between Monti cello Albany '- '"
possible it and
the ,1:
+ Woo foray Indeed, the tucti to multiply. ;; was duty TUomuuvjllo, will connect ,
'A' .+ r-'-WUk.ooi. pldUT-ofvtcaaudwoe,-- 111 of the first to brinj< me the pipe; the second; ftlled Ii9VE: :RECEIVED raa-i!ALE, A with the train. .,.,. ;
tbat be had ,stripped!' both his wing Jn qallla it;the .third li:lttpd :lt"$ jM-ad 4did the T cpolce LJQuoru _. ) OF mav 3-tt ROBERT nAn"__ I, "hM"WALKER'._..._ '.,,L. '
" And yet wM 14 rr--. fourth do?" "The fourth :: Old Wheat'EouFbon add Kyi- v. ul.v'u..mlttDt.p. ,
orhnmanlll8.VirffMatf. smoked it' "I never Whisky Old Cognac F..J: .;;.,.. .. / -;:
m or',T > could bear Brandy ; Old Sherry! hladulra and plant till .. 'Oa D
.' '" ... -. .. toljacoo) myself. ? : : t race onl I ,b" ., B/'BROn W.'S. ..&.:;: ; A-:,
f &. ,.. E. 8. i Co.',BIttors [ Cock Tall and Mint JulePllIldslo. ROACH, Coiiuiinr" ,1 t'J
l'' Dieting gets t< fee equaflo about .five dollars. The 1\ew Yer\ Tribune makes the astounding Champagne(?t'e and Q'br)) thecate only ; and Sale '''f{Tat. LEAVE !\\.T. MaBra Felty,
: F minute during .' Ky and W \\! Vie l barrel ery StableTTTA6tNst.Bn62l8'j fin the st and l 5th, On'the OIlftEANI
each pertbrmanse/ofTeadiBg- Statement that'dui1n;$4" past 'year;; Qetf. Spinner Lj at Apalachlcol.thi M ou.4'al pt tarS;JOltchlnc
'"'sli9 resumptlou; of One reading has caused( 4 great; ,- the- luitedStates- Tr asim>rVha, r celvedj ', U4. .r.l'JANYtDEDTS DtTIUJE"> WWJeav< *w Orleau,and for tilth+ ioiill 1"'lng--nlDfI-<< ,

!,. pPOOfAtiOJ1: IIe. Ia..the-best .o4 tlte.EngUs h twenty.thousaij4 dodjag!,, returned as consSienoe:: b'no; atgtiaan,1wouldpegratified :. .:'rA1I4AHASS1r. ; a:I 1'1.4",. aU A. M;toncblEff'at ApI1InehicWa.oD't J'Mm'oD'th; 8th and sad
r amateur actors ;but' biUt44. thisFespect 1 to 1RmwpIhocanpreypa3 and leaving same' y.. :e...;tII.. IQ.!" 1IItIt! ,
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. 6't : g money hy Treasury agente.-: badrnp JQ.8 an'thlog., ,Gill and lee m41!andttell Dill ::
.h. (laor Lewi. tho distingUIshed: .editor,. .r 1 The idea that'there .were twenty, thousand dollars ba what you cap Pay';..J(It I."bUl;,)' centlla I.I1J-. duller. .J shall. ,PIT rhpun1! Iar.neaalwal1' Car- Ad'-- tTfAS1 I -. 6t.;! ] "%118.-.s.1; : r ."

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