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 29, 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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c lair t.eortflti. tIketchc..crliOIUllte.I11'1: them I" And ho went, and the next morning, I Deciefonaofthe'I'enneerceSupreme Court.CONTRACTS ..

received polite not frdm the consignees, telling -
'( IN 183,,) DRUGS DRUGS DRUGS FRANCIS S. BARTOW. I me that a state-room was at my service. It was BASED UPON CONFEDERATE XJOKE11-' ..

PUBLISHED i liue they were not prepared to take passengers, Tom jh "
The subject of this notice was born In Savannah and in addition that the We learn
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. they appreheu. ship that the business of the Supremo.
livery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Georgia, about the year 1315:: or 1810, his might be quarantined on her arrival at the portcf Court was finished yesterday\ The case 6:'

-. l father hating liven a distinguished physician, of Cadiz, in consequence of having an invalid on Humes, administrator of Stoner VII. Ward.'&u.,
IN ADVANCE : LARGEST STOCKIN that city Jlp wus educated at the Chatham !board. This I discovered to have been the dittl- was decided in favor of the coin'plaCnanW. /
TERMS--CASH until lot' when
'rer Anuum-thre ftmei a week ,... ,. ,... ....$SIX O) TIIC STATE OF Academy[ the Georgia prepared University,College and graduated, he there entered culty in my obtaining passage, when the application good deal of interest h'as been felt in this case b.'
Do.twice week...'. .. ..'.. .... .. ,... .. 400 m'OIWU: \\ithhonoriiitneclus3oflW3. lie was first made: But BAHTOW put a quietus persons who have been dealing in Confederaicurrency.
Do. -moo a Week.. . .. ., ,., .. ...r. Q00 the talent !: ; ;:; early indicated on all objections. I paid for and secured my Stoner borrowed from Ward, in tl.! *.. .
DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS, PATENT DIED\ and in distinguisheed him as ascholar state-room, took the voyage, and am alive to-day early part of 1863, about $12,000 of the Confect' .
aiul I'erftmicrlce. orator subsequent life lie stud
OF ADVERTISING, to tills brief biography of my departed friend, crate and his for .
RATES pen currency, gave npte '
Trusses /Surirfenl Inutniincnti", Dyo Stuffs, Flavoring ied law ill his native city, and was admitted to the
'TO 8F: ] PAID FOR xasr A.r VA.ig-d33.: Extracts, Ac., &c. Bar soon after attaining his Ills nnd to pay a feeble tribute to his goodness and Ward and to secure the note gave a deed I '
One square (12 Nonpareil Hues or lean) for the first Solo Agent for llclmhold's Extract of Biiclm anti Sarsaparilla majority enthusiastic his memory But I am extending this notice far trust on the lot on which is the Senate House o"
Insertion.,..;.;.$100 Ayur'H Preparation, Jujno's Preparations, alas temperament, and early' rellgioustcn- beyond the proposed llmlu originally intendedfor Jefferson street The debt fell due and n' subsequent Insertion.... ........,. 75 Ht. Domingo. Hitters and Prupurntlons, loullniid' Herman dency, Jnfluciid him to prepare Ijr the ministry, these! sketches. I might relate many more paid, and therefore the trustee advertised was, an-,, -
Bittern 'luck's Hair '
bo charged the came ab Thompson' and Phalnif but of frionds
Entote and Legal Notlcen: R persaasion and being hurled into .
tnumliMit ftdvertlsHmcut*, except Notice of Dill lOIs- Hair rrc5iaratloii8 and1'01lltrUdo," Well's Strengthen- inci.leuts of BAHTOW, !but must forbear. lIe had was about to sell tho house and lot. Stonet t,-
sion an Administrator,for which the charge shall be 18 00 InjrPlAetuis] mid all other Patent Medicines, buforo the the vortex 1'ashionable lile, ([Ms brilliant talents always been a Whig in politics, but in the can- ing dead, the administrator filed fi bill ,in char,

Obituary Notices, Tribute. of.Respect and Marriages trade. making him a pet ot society,) determined his vass of 1800, he gave his adherence to the Breckinridge cer)' to enjoin the sale alleging that the note! anr''
charged as advertisements. ALSO, choice of a prod:oion, and ho turned to the law.. of Democratic Ills deed in that the
wing the party. pub trust were.void,.' for the reason
lie became
-- soon an ornament to tho selection
--------- lic address when he came over, was a master consideration of the same was ConfederatercuVrcncy.
Jhoftssional stub Ju8uu88 ;nrbLA. The Mont extensive and complete stock of which he made, which was recognized by the '
__ lUivrow piece of eloquence. 1'0lse the language of the ,-
public entrusting young with important "'Vashin, ton Constitution" of that date, "if he The Court held that the note and trust dee I
J. 1.I ULr.IC, PAINTS briefs, and his country sending him to represent never delivered another speech as long as he lived, were void, and ordered the same to cancelled,
Ll.ttorazoy: at x..n V her in the Legislasure of the btatc. lie married "
this alone would stamp him an orator. The and the trustee to be perpetually enjoined from
TALLAHASSEE, FLOIUDA. Oils, Vnrnl.hcr, French Zinc, Colors, Artiste and Painters' at this time, uiu lovely lady who survived him, a )papers of that party very generally pronouncedit attempting to sell the house and lot

Office up lairs over the Slate Dank Office hours Materials to bo found 111 any section of the /boutli, and at ciaughtcrofthelion.. \ICPurnSONBEatnIEN.! the ablest speech of the canvass His apostrophe The court also decided that it is not necesaarrto
from 9 a, 1>\. to 1 p. in., aud from !1 to C p. m. prices which absolutely duty competition. They never had any children, which wits a source to Everett was one of the most exquisitely the validity writs and other process in judicial .

oct 8C-6m________' of)guef to the affectionate and warm-hearted BAII- pathetic touches that i is to be found in modern proceedings in the courts of the State, tha'

EDWIN A. E1AUT, GLASS. TOW. Bull anticipate After repealed elections language. lIe pronounced a number of literary internal revenue stamp prescribed by the act <'.'
to the State! Legislature and
A..ttorn.ey: ai:. Law, : alter acquiring a addresses before the graduating classes, alumni Congress should be affixed to the writs of process
Every variety of Glass Trench nnd a'mlalll'lnt., Stained, high reputation lor forensic oratory, his friends and societies of the dill'erent colleges in ins native j that the Government of the United Stat
MADISON, FLA. Cut Mid Sky Light Glass, single and double thicknoss.Pure presented his claims to the people of his District
lIe of Convention of has not the nstitl1tionrrl
State. was a member the to r.equire stamp"
of tho Middle Judicial G7r'salt. power
Will practice In the Courts lor election to -but his in
feb 15-tf j' Congress party being a Georgia which passed the Ordinance of Secession, to be affix d td pro'cessfssued by the state Court::
in the District he
---- French Pi'aildlesyWines minority was defeated, ullho'ho and favored the passage of thatordinance. By the The opinion was proposed and read by Judg-1
W. II. "'UI.I.nttoa..JI:1oy : received a support lar beyond his strict partyvote. Convention he was elected a member of the Provisional Alvin Hawkins, and is spoken of by the bar as
..A.,- : not x..n.vv, This, however stung and mortilied the naturally himself marked
Cotu!',ress, He there distinguished by great learning and cogency of argument
sensitive and
MADISON' ,FLA. and Whiskies, high-strung BAUTOW and as the Chairman of the Military Committee, The decision was made in the ena9 of th4

Will practlte in the Courts of the Middle Circuit.Aec drove him more closely to the pursuit of his profession !but resigned his seat in Congress, while the Government Union Bank of Tennessee vs., Vanderville.

_._ -_ ___ _.___.__ For Medicinal purposes j and a large: supply other Liquors lie found a legal: association with the was still Montgomery, and hastened ... .-, .

;J,\S. I). 1VI1r34'CO9'T, for Geueial use. known venerable us and the linn profound of LAW Kx-J&uifge BAlerowmnlrecoguized WILLIAM LAW-, home to Savannah, to lead the company into the A SPECULATIVE TURN OF MIND.-A Southern ',
field-"the Oglethorpe LinlitInfantrytof which correspondent relates a circumstance whitfr
I ..O.ttorn.oy": at.x..n.vv, Bruch-Fouchcr & Co.'sCiI as "heavy artillery" in all important he had been the commander!? ever since its organization recently came to his knowledge, and which furnishes
.... In 18oo
EV., VLA.OP.'ce causes. JVlr.'ow accompanied the
This illustration of that
I some years previous to the! war. pointed yearning ton
, In the Monroe Building; opposite the store nayS-lf of Mr. : A. M: 3? A. & N E S author of retainer this sketch to Jacksonville, i'lorida" on company was composed of young men, for the which. thepure, nasal-twanged disciple of ( harkf
A. LlopUui. special to argue the cause entitled Elizabeth Sumner bears African. A of th
_. most part the elite of Savannah. The unfortu- to the lady
="""---- -'" -- Solo Agent of the only true Imported Brands the country Jones ct. a 1. vs. Sanderson-Js\ Harrihpn, reported nate controversy with Governor Bitowsr took] green spectacled, strong minded persuasion,fro;,

SafaununljNcufvillc bbcrti'tmcnt'. viz: Carte 3J'Or, Lim 1)'Or Blld Sillury! pronounced by in the ::;uprl'lIle Court Keports of that year place as BARTOW with his company was about down East, near the hub of the universe, was i <
----- --- all tonuulnxcurs superior to any hurctoforu lit'U8e, I it was his first appearance: at tic East Florida
conversation with female friend and
leaving the fettle-the Governor prohibitinghim a was en
I Special, Atfcnt for the American Vintage Company, and a I His manner was striking, and his oratory from taking the arms with him, as he claimed larging on the dear African pupils she had bee.
Butler & Co large stock of their celebrated C allConila brand constantly and powers of argumentation made a profoundimpiestioi them as the property of the State of Georgia. teaching, and was about to leave perhaps forever
on luucl. on all who heard him. His tribute to about hundred when 6f them it
In BAJITOW'S reply to the Governor occurs the one ,) one came :
Fiji)ila, thrown in by way of relief to the close famous passage. which became proverbial, "I go The kind instructress turned to the "sable" tonement

i.noc.180"0 TO w. 1. wII 1.1--....!.) porters My special of he\ arranuemc'iits North:, mid in with Europe Manufnctttrers, warrant mo and in Im-not been and connected legal and l logical argument he had to illustrate (Georgia !I" On reaching Virginia he of an immortal soul," and said, with aa
only pinraiiti'i'liis the absolute Purity and Cioiiulncsa of presenting, was extremely beautiful. To illustrate was appointed to the command of the 8th Georgia angelic kindness beaming through her eineraM

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WEAJLEKB IS my'entire stock,but also enable mu to Sell!)any. of the above the cIL'ct: of his tpjech: on the occasioi Regiment, of which tit, "Oglethorpe" composed glasses, "Dear Dilsey, I am soon to leave you
uiriitioneil lines of at first cost In lines referred to but
good prices- some a young promising member of the
a part-and on the 21st of July 1801, he and may never return. You must bo a good girl
even lees limn tranxportution. Bar .
East Florida who has
since risen to distinction acted] as Brigadier General on the field of Mauasses. and apply yourself diligently to your books. Oh '

"H'HBf' SFjfiLSaBaK.ITCHKX An fxumlnntion my prices will FU UUn these rUitoair.ts reiuaikcd me, "Well, I have studied my He led the 8th gallantly into the fiercest of how I love you, and all my dear colored pupilf-

in every particular. profession hard, and have been listening to ('1- the combat, and held them to the shock, against Tell all of them you meet I have had my photograph

torts lawyers in this! court-house since my I overwhelming odds. lIe then led in person the taken, and have one for each of them.-

AND OFFICE!: : FRESH GARDEN SEEBD. (childhood! but have never ]known what was lam 7th Georgia which formed also a portion of his They must each bring a dollar and get one.-C&lumtjui
PARLOR before how it should,
to-day or be
presented to a Sun.Artemus ,
Bigad,101(1 fell at is head,covered with wounds,
w :U. irALsn, court-that man i.s a lawyer: and an orator in with the flag in his hand,which he had just plant ...-... .
every sense of the term, or language, to tint ed on a captured battery. The shout of victory Ward was out late one night recently
STOVES 5. S. Corner Bernard and Jiroughtoa Streets, purport FHANCIS S. BAKIWV was a glOl ious greeted his ears as his spirit took its flight above Here is his account of his return home: It was

I \\Ni'\H.: G :O. man I He had u soul as enlarged as the range of the din of battle-above the carnage and the late when I got home. The children ,and Iln.vwife ''
human thought-a nature as noble as human nature strife-to scenes of cud rest. His remains were all abed. But a candle-a candle mad''

AXD ALL OTHER ARTICLES L.N THE i -tell C1I--- r---. has ever been in any ago of the world. lIe repose in the beautiful peace Laurel-Grove Cemetery, from taller of our own raisin-glemed in BetsyV

was a H.\YARD, chivalric cud pure.--"Hxinx peur near his loved Savannah.:! : "No triumph shall room, it gleamed for 11 All wag still. Thr
et sa/m 1'< &rtclle. lIe turned his back sweet silver was a shinin'' brite and ,th'
l/1' never on moon ,
J. Ft. awake to
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: : : friends or foe. lie was considered proud by those beautiful stars was up to their usual doing I fel c
[{'.w the linivewhntlnK to rest,
r who aid not know him Well-yes, he was proud, With nil sleep their country's IIOIIOIA. hi sit. sentimental mood still so gently ore me stealin':
145 Broughton Street, but it was pride or lofty principle-it was the When Spring with dow)' 'Ingi'm cold and I pawsed before Betsy s winder, and sung; E

I SANDERSON & T7ILKINSON pride that would,11HJt stoop to a little or low actor Returns 10 deck their hnMuufd irioiiid, kind of op'ratic vois as follers, impromtoo, V-
Let honor oumo n IM rlm ,
: gray
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BAVAXXAU, OA.AH thought fur lib life-it was the pride that contemned To bless the. tint that ninpa their olny, wit:
everything mean and contemptible Such .Ami Iromlom fur auhilu iiijmlr, Wake, Betsy wake,
j wits FII.VNK BAIUOW in character in he To dwell H weepiagileralt thuio. My sweet galoot 1 1Rlso
orders promptly aced at tho lowest market price WHOLESALE DEALERS: IIIAIlNESS person I C P. C.U'hat up fair lady,
was below the medium !but in
height, erect car I While I tuto my late I
riage and with full chest and elastic step decidedly &.CIa'" The winder-I
; to that winderwent
opt g-Om _.________. _..___. I regret say the
i in appearance+ and bearing, lie was ifi tho Bureau. up with a vi'leut crash, and a form in spotless

m. G. EHRLICH AND SADDLED Y swarthy iomtluxiou, had a Komju. nose, and i We find the following in the letter of the New white exclaimed, 'Cum into the house yo':' .

very ucnr-bightjd' Itlth his eyes were dark and York Herald correspondent, who accompanies old fool. Tomorrer ;you'll be goin' round com-

WHOLESALE DKALKB IN penetrating. Thus much for his physiogomy.Now .- Gen. STEEDMAX and FCLLEKTO plainin'! about your liyer' ,1f
permit me to indulge in a few personal rem- 0... .
Goods. iniscences. On the trip to Florida above alludedto In Virginia the Bureau means a court composed -
of three gentlemen, one an officer in the
we sat together on the! promenade: deck of the pablic will recollect the 'that
,says not man r
TRIMMING, LMES, SILKS AND WHITE GOODS, steamer, and enjoyed the balmy night. It was United States army, the second a representative months, previous to the evacuation by the Cos ,,
calm and the stars were shining peerless in brightness chosen by the eilueiis of the. district, the third a federate of Richmond "

Constantly on band a large assortmeutTRIMMED OROUGHTOEN3 STREET: as they cauonlyslihiein/ boulhsrn skies. The representative elected by the freedmen, all three little son government of President Davis accidentally, anintereatuv.:

AND: OiTllDIMlCDHats : elect was soothing to the spirit BAKTOW, of them being, as a ruie, men of sound commonsense from, the piazza of the residence occupied by hi-
gjz'.iy: into those heavens, became tit"t 1 and honesty, neither speculators nor fanatics -
:: me \'e. father, and was so injured by the fall as" to di'
Caps Bonnets & Straw Goods. SAYAHNAII, GEORGIA I taw tile direction his thoughts, took. He at length but anxious ia the main to act fairly by all shortly afterwards. This little boy was' Durie-i. .

0 I gave utterance to thought, and retort ed to the WeI -'panics.: Hones in Virginia time Bureau, though Hollywood. Thatno monument marks his ,"'

. ):very ile&crlptl'Ju 6f may 8-lf I OIlS of the stars being Illh bited. It led him to disliked as a Federal! interference and part of the is well understood by alL It is pleasant,howeverto grav

'; ----- -- ? --.-. --- ---- descanting on the importauco given this world, army of occupation, had aroused DC! viulent passions know that it will. not so remain.. The littl

ANDY AND LADIES' GOODS, Enllulinssw; ; 6tbbnligtl1tmt in the stupendous plan of human, salvation. "1 or antagonism-Norfolk only being laid on boys and girls,many of whom played.and sport( ..
often think;" said he, "if the/angels can look down one side as an exceptionable case. with him whose; they .
memory now propose t.
.A.T In North Carolina the Bureau
on the alhurs of men, how insignificant must appear means a one perpetuate, have ia the last few days raised from
Order Promptly Attended to, SA..JDJDLE in their till oilier man power-as Governor Iloldeu put it-a trib-
Country MllUuvri Supplied- eyes: or pursuits, those of their own age by contribution a' sum
save that which refers to co-operating with the until composed of ons: man, wile is judge, juror, sufficient to place over his romaine a neat and

!blessed :Sau'jr:; in the salvation of souls, This, Ahcritfand constable; who makes arrests, imposes appropriate momument
' HARNESS km CARRIAGE and this alone, must seem to them to be worth u fines, decides knotty questions of title to land -
UNDER: ST. ANDREWS' HALL thought, all else must apppcaras mere by-plays." (even though tio should happen to be, as was TRIAL OF SKILL. Them trial of. skill

S'troo"t His soul seemed to glow with inspiration. "\\'l1en Chaplain Glavis, of Goldsboro', &0 ignorant of between the telegraphers of New York and NOTT

' Jetreraon.\ : : ESTABLISHMENT. I think what my bavior has done, that he left (| lav as not to know a civil from a criminal case), England, on Wednesday night. Mr. Kettles of

)"if j O'ilt DOOR FROM nnovairrox, Heaven with its glories, to assume humanity and pities out the best cotton lands ,in the State and Fall River, Mass., was the victor, he having sen;
to suffer and die ibr poor jnortaljlilre!: me, t can farms: them on his own hook, with the best labor two hundred and fifty words 6 minutes and lif

S..U'\:\NAU, GA. scarcely realize it-and L am unhappy at fag', ho cm got in a labor market over which his official seconds.

ASSORTMENT thought of my uuwovtuhi.tSa.( ; When 1 go into the position gives him entire control, end: who, '-'
may I HAVE JUST coup t-rooui Slid if he happens to be placed in charge of a negro A Western critic in .
--- ---- ----- of Goodu, consisting of oil-age in my professional duties, speakiug of1" new play
i my iUlnllr ll1ity is not satisfied j it sighs for some settlement, constitutes himself a little Wirz, with says: "The unities are admirably observed i Ula

r A. C. LOEV3ELBNO, Ociitlemfn's and Ladles' Saddles, thing else, and I feel that! all 1 engage in are mere the tilo: of"governor," and tortures, fleeces and d'illness, which commences in the first act never '

_: DEALER IN Fine Double and /: Whips ., |I troubles, and 1 sicken at the thought. Do not imprisons the freedmen at his pleasure. Hence tinga for a moment until the curtain falls."
Bridles, Collars and ,
in North Carolina the Bureau is hated both ..
Saddle* Cloths, I think by this that I am good, fur (from it. Would i An
: Groceries Provisions Shoo Findings of every description, that 1 were like bt. Paul standing before Kiug whites and blacks, and is proviog almost an unmitigated of escMngo says that in an enterprising-' keeper
I I a confectionary
Leather of all kinds, Agrippa, though in chains." And thus he continued nuisance Waterbury, Connecticut
I Satchels and Trunks, has taught a parrot: to
Tiavelmg say "prettyOreature"
In South Carolina the means neither a
to and I listened
expatiate to- the
Saddle and Harness Hardware ; to each that
lady enters the
lfINRS LIQJEORS' best three-man nor a one-man power, but simply store. The result is
I Carriage: TrlinmlngH sermon 1 nave ever heard, on that memorable .- power the store is crowded all day.
, Wagon and yu! !g'y5lnbe! night, sitting on the deck of thestotimer, gliding a disturbing agency, without any power at
AND EVERY OTEHR ARTICLE IN THE GROCERY LINE, I'uggy bllllr Axles.,and Spokes:Springs\ and,Rims, swiltly over the waters between the Georgia all, except to Foment ill-feeling and to collect The misery of being called: 'upon suddenly V
Buggy and Florida charges: ibr the provost courts to dispose of. Soon make
.. UNDER MASONIC HAIL, COl\it. not utttred by anointed lips, an extompore'speegh was once'got'over bf
L CARRIAGES AND EUGGIIS or issuing from beneath a surplieed gown,but the after the evacuation of Charleston a contest relative a noted English nwtaematician: ; who delivered

I torner Ball St. and Congress St. Lane, outburst of a true soul 10 whom God hat.ls1oken- to their respective powers between Generals himself in tuB fashion :

of every description u lawyer, it is true, not bearing the symbol of tho Gillmore and Saxton led to the establishment of "Gentleman a. morbid desire for orl1rlna.1itr:

SAVANNAH GEORGIA.taay Machine Helting. cross, but going m response to a prolessional call provost courts,by whose agency the judicial business prevents me from saying, 'TM e tMpro1.iiktmo.fntefl
Work made to order and Repairing done with die to seek right and justice from a human t)ibunaifor of the Bureau is virtually transacted. Hence e of my Tits;' IlnJ it does not occur'to me tn

22-3m__ .__ Agent for patch.Wheeler &:; Wilnon'B and Howe's SEWING' those whom ho represented. I have given in and around Charleston there is confusion, and say anything else" ,
MACHINES you but a faint idea of that piivato sermon a continued clashing between the military authorities
BRADLEY, HILL & co. oct 20-tf J. E. Pl'RD1.BlACKSMITtuIINC. have gono by, and memory cannot recall exact and. the agents of the Bureau, and the RVTHER Hum ON THEM.-A poet; In the Nebraska .

Commission !Merchants words, and Uie pen cannot write tho intonationsof abolition of ono or the other is imperatively call- I News, concludes: a long poem with-th* dWell

GA.WE the voice, nor paint the fire of those dark expressive ed tor, or the consolidation of both in one. following lines :
( SAVANNAH, eyes, nor portray the countenance aglow The powers and mode of administration of the such l le life I Whom the Gods die
with Freedmen's Bureau in these three States: it will Young. WUom they hatolIvo and p'row r.
HAVE COMMODIOUS: FIREPROOF WAKK- the hut burning radiance of the soul I : And are elected dulogaten to
OongtrnM .
,and are prepared to store Cotton Naval Stores! H. B. FITTS & CO. could not help feeling, "what a preacher he would thus be seen, ditfer as widely us do the organic From the several Territories,

and Produce generally, In any make EXECUTE EVERY DE. have made" tioiueuiing of tho Whltiield order laws ofJ>Dahomey and Massachusetts, and to talk That reminds one of Hood Who meeting
I all consignments to We can NOW :a
liberal cash advances on us.
ARE of the Freedmen Bureau in the abstract
We had Conversations s as some
ofnLA.aKS repeated religious during of tul boys patted'them'
' furnish Fertilizer, Bacon and Product generally, at thoI' niKft. group play tenderly on
lo"utprlcell. nay'w-6m the week we roomed together in Jacksonville. wise and beneficent institution, shedding a benignant their ,remarking, "Poor little fellows 1 how
l UTI.IIKG( We knew each other better when we parted in influence over the colored race throughout said to think they may grow to be 'fAcuriotis
NOTICE TO ,' In the best manner, and as low as tho cost of lI1atl'rillle: Savannah on our return, than we had ever donabefore. the South is to speak something that does not ParlIament; I" members'
secured thu services of some of Ha exist and never has existed. The Bureau is a
: ; will admit of. They have proved a kind and fast friend ever
p :X- .0.'NTIIIXL: >IS after. When good or bad institution according to the personal apparatus jar propelling balloons
The Best Smiths in tho State. an invalid I sought Savannah to through the air has BuSa-T
I been devised
!I character of the who administers it It by'Mi..
WANTING SCHOOLS.fAVNO will be take shipping tor the south of burope, by advice agent ; varies the ,
of members of
Those ho favor with their patronage one the
w may us Council of
in country and with the
physicians, and was disappointed in obtaining every changes: every new
entire satisfaction .Eronauucal '
BEEN APrOINTED- SUPERINTENDENT guaranteed ti'rtHlOp nearly opposite thu Post Q 1ce. passage! on a ship bound for Cadiz, Spain. I met change of officers. This la one of iU greatest Society fa> London.' It consists of 1

11 Public Schools for Freedmen in the feb 8-tf Mr.BARTOW on the street-he kindly approached, weaknesses, and one of the strongest arguments a loon pa.1.of whoso wings downward, operated from the car of the bal- .

State of Florida, In the place of L. M. Hobbs, Plows-and Plow Iron and learned my troubles. Again his eyes Hashed, against its permanent continuance, i 1' strike, Vith a' blow id calculated t+)'' .
person wishing will Teachers and Teachers the ::-' and his body expanded to make room for the expansion .. ... ... !; forty poiytfa; B
wlshingSchools address
me through power equivalent to an
and .TOS;70,11,M and SO Plow of his soul. "The consignees of that asccnsive' force of one 4
Poet Omee when pl'IteentJw1ll: find we at ship 1'iTst Lieutenant E, P. Miihlenburg Fourth thousand cubic feet of
1a and g-Iiich Cast Ualf-Sbovel Flov; carburetted: hydiagea.-4
\U r:.ttwwat PInCIIap,la tide ctty: E clients aud if do not 'i
ore my they accept you as a caihlt'wfor
Inch Wide Iron; United States Artillery has been The.action acquired U lonwwhat jimiltr toflitt'of 'I 1I
E. B. DUNCAN Korw},,, passenger, I will never do another k'of work of etc I !
!( may Mf Iu"'rlnlo'ndpnl: M t1' if D, E. jiEonnnss t:; co. neglect duty, I rowing.f. :

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$ tfiijc.t' r.. -- LVMHC11 TS. COTTON. A fire Atlanta, on the 21st Inst destroyed TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.Great '. 'L. R. STAYNER
h m i VccIttu
several that ,
The lumber business the South, nnd especially \ buildings, inflicting'' upon thriving .- -

-.. In South-West Georgia and Florida, Is assumIng city a loss of over $23,000. But that's no fire at WtlCrUIALK AJID RETAU. DJC i'lR",
----'.BY UODER & OLIV U. proportions almost Incredible. all, compared one that was lighted in that meeting; of Fcnl&ns

Since the surrender, no other employment of same locality\ over a year ago, by order of Gen. BLOODY WORK -ON BOARD COOLIE '

Cheapest Newspaper in the Stato. labor and capital has proven so certainly and SimiujAul I lie cnn proul1y'point to Columbia, snira. GROCIRIES,

largely remunerative. Indeed, there is no other also, another exhibition of his splendid military

r "Three Timea a Week.... ........ ... .. .SO business attended with BO little 1!iel and prowess in the way of causeless," and barba- I SAN FRANCISCOMay: 27.- -Fifteen: thousand

Twice n, "WcelcOnoen'Weoli .. ... ..... .. .. .. ... .... ... < so certain This Gen. SmcnMAK Fenian1} assembled here to- ay. They expressed< Wines Liquorsc..
...., .:.'t. *-..... .. .. .... .. aTALLAHASSEE a remuneration. The capital employed.I is rous conflagrations. same devotion to the cause of Irelund, and would use ,

::::'-' Invested chiefly In mules, wngons,mills, ami their has lnes,9oo.hy the lurid light of his desolating their influence to heal dissension existing among TALLAHASSEE:, FLA.

L + : appurtenances, which constantly: nppl'eeiirfr'rath- march, woes: unutterable-horrors such i as Hades the brotherhood.

-(0)-( ) er than: dfprctinta, in value ; and they can be re only, holds In reserve for them that thus fcpceches) were made by John Humor, State

Tursdny ItlornliiKi May 29, 18/;0. converted Into money nt any hour. The Investment vvanlonlyhave disrogaided the laws of God, and licad-tcnler and OthCls f Ool. Walsh. of OeD. Sweeley'sstaff:: ,

pays a certain cash return from the hour it of civilized warfare. That, those laws were wan The ship Hong Kong had boon soused by tho 0LD OLD

ANDREW JOHNSON was born b Raleigh, N G,, is made. It requires but a few days to transferthe tonly disregarded, and that the conflagrations, Coolies on boat\. When tho vessel was recovered

in December. 1808. pino tree, In the forest, to lumber on ship which, id his. own language, ns he marched: out from them, she'was covered! With blood..and- MACNOLI AGNOLI

--....-...- board-worth from 23 to 45 dollars thous of Savnnnah,"burnt up the very face of the earth" dead coolies -
President of the so-called per A fight had also occured oa beard :a vowel in IILSIi' WIIISI E
Juarez, the so-called thnt they were lighted his behest, with his! the Mimeos trade, iu.which ouuhunJredCliiqamanwore <

J'"4 Republic of Mexico, Is sojourning in Washing and.Almost the whole world is dependent upon tho permission, by his command-nre facts too obvious \ killed.McCULLOCII. '

ton. .. .. section above named for its supply of yellow pine. for doubt. Wo select from the last: Clni' 'Irs- WELLS'
." Gem STO EMA .S report of the Memphis riot, This fact was abundantly evidenced in the Im- ton Join ier, an article on this subject: : which, ENQOKS13 THIS!: PRESIDENT-!SPEED\ TUB FLUCTUATIONS Pt'W.IO' AT. 1'KlCKS OK NEW ACCORDING VOKK AND 10

bears heavily on the soldiers who commenced it, mense orders that were crowding upon the South. considering all the eircumntanccs of the writer, AND UAPvLAN DISCOURTEOUS NEW ORLEANS :ilAKKETB:

and blames tho negroes who participated in it. ern ports, before the late war. Five years of embargo is peculiarly mild, temperate md dignified : WAfinraoTON, May 24.-At serenade to the l'
... !-! I the trade have Increased About tho facto there ought to he (10 r1I'Pl1to. In raaUty President, speeches were elicited from tjocretuik's: TEN BAKHELS NEW :MESS POEBT,
the demand
upon now there ran be IICIIIO, Thorn nre tholl*lIuda of living"IIUORS-
gratified to learn from the last numberof McUulloch, Welles and Dcnnison, who in their
4 We are beyond any possibility of supply, even 1th es, BUllurerfl in their own per' .oni!, on wlionu minds amimcmorii'8 endorsed the l'rc .ldent.- E.i the Barrol or Pound ;
comments cordially
the Quilman Banner that the Atlantic and tho occurrences ol thnt awful night are Indelibly
the immense preparations that made IIIIJre. or'rhe\ Stantou considered the reconstruction
.. are being to ] burning llama, enveloping whale Secretary ,
trains ONE :IltTN-DIlEir) VCJCE:
Gulf Railroad will hereafter run daily from meet it. So that those who have already embarked I "qullre"\\ with their llery wave. nadilng bur into mid! nil; section aistiiiulifying Southerners: ns deplorable\ ,
I applied to difleunt portions of the city; the
mind wisdom.
Thomasvillo to or who arc preparing to embark in the streets lllled with the 1 III'e""lIco of lljlnj woinnn and children uad withutu justice:;
.o. without nfnife \\ho:., homes were in arliun, and Sped und ilarlan: refused to speak, and are PINE' LIVERPOOL SALT ;
The President has issued an order directing the business, need entertain no fear, for twenty years, whoso natural protectors were away-reduced In a moment out in letters especially discourteous and tart.-

arrest of all officers of the Frerdmcn'H Burpnn interested surfeiting tho ninrkot. Nor need any npprc'hension m look bocgnry Ar'anetennneipn unit\ who Knew.cnicd not where n picture to neck uxecodlntf shelter,the or The former: denounces :JlcCulloch's speech us E'VcfrSi-OroitiKl, Tfcnl, :

; L- directly or indirectly, in the cultivationof be entertained that the supply of pine bounds of Imagination and without u parallel In the domain brutal, and tfio endorsement of a tyrant by a supuitilious -
of Ihtlon. olicial.SOUTHERN ]. From While Southern Cora, constantly oa liuod. J
farms in the Southern States. will be exhausted for double that length of time Tho bridge nirois the Conc.iroo! urns remote from hnbllntlons ______ "
.. .. It was ut n distance Iran even tho outskiits of the
4 Such timber grows not in the world as is found town. The L'linilottonnil l South Carolina Kail Jionrl Depots DEPARTMENT DISCONTINUED PRIME RIO
Major John E Mulford, late United State! In South-West Georgia, and nil over the State of were Ipohited by themselves. At what period these :: COFFEE ;
i wore destroyed, or whether Borne ioosa cotton wan, or not, .
Commissioner for the exchange of prisoners, and Florida. Indeed the fine WASHINGTON, May .-By direction of the J
yellow pine which I U 11 red on the i-1 reels, are Immaterial questions. One great

... well known in Baltimore, is. lying at the point found hcrCj is.found? only in a few other locali- i I pregnant the oecmislonoofthuci fact remains' ',uiiconti.tdicted truclioniitheclivendofthewidetepremid !, that these were not- President, the Department and AI.lbaID.t of North is discontinued.and South TEA..S :3

of death at the house of a friend in Richmond. ties, and sparsely there. scenes of havoc desolation and rum n tint eniMied.\ Carolina, Georgia .
---- s.a.. --- i '1'hero, can be no doubt, thin the large majority of buildings The Caroliuas now f fern one Department, commanded Imperial, (jnnpo"dar, Japan, and Souoliorc (or
A heavily loaded wood train, while crossing During a recent visit to that Georgia: Metropolis and dtveliliife'H, wore deliberately tired and plundered, by by Gen. Sickles: .. Jlrr"ltf.llt.)
in the 80ll11er apparently without reitralnt or clieck. Whittles has been relieved front the Freed- ,>
tho railroad bridge over the Cumberland river at cm'.Jrro-Drunswick-we were amazed The dwelling l of the foully of the wilier of tins wns tho
Bureau. His successors are Gen. Huger SLJGAI-'S
the magnitude of operations In to meet only bnildlnjrdentrojed upon\ one of the upper( pqtiares of men's : .
Clarksville, Tennessee, on the 17th instant, broke progress the city. It was entered about eleven o'cloi\ on that fearful and R. 1C. Scott. .
wreck the ovcrw helming demand for lumber at that night by pome Bitty of the notdiciy, 'I ho rejected the The Georgia, and Alabama Department will be I Kind White Chlsal Cut for Table Use ; Yellow Bud Drown ;
the span'
west making a perfect A
through forcibly opened with their bnvol..t.'very place to of arfom Urades.Flour d
killing six white men and eleven negroes point. It is said that the orders already In hand, which\ they desired! neress, rilled every portion of its contents commanded by Gen. C.: 11. Woods. I dj
cannot be filled for two Several splendid drove forth, nt the point of their weapons; a defencelei's Tillolson and Swayne are to have charge of the) j
-- > years. wile and three young children, its only white Inmates Bureau : Sweet Flour Sour ;
1 BISHOP POLK'S SUCCESSOR.-Tho Louisiana mills are already in operation-some twelve are and whiles they stand trembling In thin itreet, applied{ to it John Phillips has been confirmed District i< Attorney II
their torches and burned it to the ground, ant thus kitIhem
Episcopal Convention have made choice of Rev.J. being built, and perhaps double that number CODFISH & No. 1
arc deprived) of nil they had In the world, save the little for Charleston MACKSBEL.S&EAD : .
P. B.Wilmer, of Virginia, latterly Missionary "prospected. Gen J. B. GORDON, whoso energy clotiunf upon their persons.\ _- I
without shelter nnd
In one brief hour they were eup.I MARKETS.
Bishop of Alabama, as successor to Bishop Polk and courage told with such stunning effect porI NEW YORK : f
I And this wns the experience hundred?. The faclxara NEW YORK 21.-Cotton active and art! '1 1Vllllcing I ;
in the diocese of Louisiana-a most excellent selection during the war, was the pioneer, and is the ruling too obvious. They do not admit of cuutroversy. While May 42. I ton Biscuit HoU Biscuit. 4:
l ,. spirit in this gigantic enterprise nt Brunswick. : wo do not see allY real advantage to he o'MainoJ\ from the Middling 40 to Wine BI.onit[ I'llot Break, Oyster Crackers '
.-- .. discussion of those eeenns nt this period, yet Mill, ns they Gold 33| to :3S: }. And Better Cruektrs.AV1IIS1CIJSS. "
MCSTEHISO OUT AT CHARLESTON.General Fully twenty millions of feet of lumber will be have been tu.ulo: the*lIhjuet of couiinent, it Is well that for Flour advanced. State, $10.13. Southern I 4
of should bepluiHd
the vlndicatluii: of the correctness history they a
Denvers, commanding at Charleston, has received shipped from that port, alone, this season ; and upon) record. $10.70 to 10.75. Wheat, 2c. to Lc., Uijfhpr. Hess '
--' '" Pork, !ijS0.37.;,:: I \Whiskies Brandies Wines' :7T
orders to muster out all white volunteers in when the mills are all completed, this amount Iu the Fortress Monroe correspondence of the ,

will be so immeasurably Increased ns to make \ WASHINGTON.WASHINGTON I e1
that department, among them tho Fifteenth and FROM
York Herald find the folio information
New we A ing : :
Twenty-ninth Maine, the Fifth Ohio, and the Savannah and other Georgia sea-port cities tremble ,which, as an exchange says "will create May 2,1.-It B stated that t\ delegation II.I.

Thirtieth Massachusetts. at sight of the shipping that will crowd the has arrived here from Newbern, N. 0., on C'ahiart\Yhiekv, Ity the bnrrcl! orcallon :
... of Brunswick.We a wide sensation. Every Southern heart will a 1ni ioll to break down the cil'tct of the exposures I. Old Cnbinul Vv hisKy.l by the case of 1kolili'! i
---- unsurpassed port .
of blood the X Hye Whlcky. by tha case of 11 biHtlvi' ;
anal drop over melancholy details. made by Genii Htcedmnn: and Fullarton, regarding -
A fight between Austria and Prussia would be have! not yet ;Jin our possession the exact X Kim liltihy, by the barrel or gallon ;
What a spectacle (does that: emaciated: dying old the management Frccdwcn's affairs in < ,uniuo FcotchVhhlcj\ -.
no small affair. The army of the former, upon statistical information which we have been seek- that SLaw AlUdaviU reftVctinj on the pih':ate !
to the free anti glorious republican
full war footing, is said to amount to 7JOOO! men, ing with reference to tho lumber prospects of man present conduct of one of the President's commissioners BRA: .:rDIES :
of America I How will it look
and institutions coming while r.t Xe\1 hem have been forwardedand
the available force of the Prussian army is Fernandina Jacksonville Cedar &c. but already
Keys, j from a people who boast of their religion mid their publication is anxiously looked for. It
807,000 men, which, in case of extreme need, can from observation Choir Brandy in homes, Cur Family ny. ;
personal make
be increased we up the fol- their civilization, and arc sending misMonnries to is believed that no stone will be left unturned to I IVncV UM/ndY-1'd.
to 500, lowing summary-inviting our readers ut thosj; crush the men who have been instrumental in
.. the whole world to preach:! humanity; 1 Look nt a-Xrxr s .':
the nefarious: ti unaaction the Bureau
points to correct exposing
errors (hat
any may appear, I
The Jackson Mississippian that notwith- it and .i
says weep. agents.Mrs.. Pmo Holland! lilt :
and furnish
to further
standing "it is not safe for a Northern man to us informatipn. The rit'iior I referred yrktorttay of n Hjieclnl\ ini'wpo JejTewon! D.ivis f i.- in the city, the guest of :Srhk-iluin! Scbuapim, in qnarli and (JoU.H3i.ttC5j.ei .i
At Fernandina, we should there! wereas having; lici'ii ace )have !h3' .julinnoti, ,skin!! nil
suppose the Ebbet
travel In the South, these fellows manage to go l.nmudi. .tie /epon( to be in idu upon ll.o. prudunl condUon of ; ; ; naxcl:: C3ools.t: ,; : S
everywhere and home safe many ns ton-mills, either built, or in course of .)'IMUi'hvnl'h) \ pi'Hee to hiive bijen(, cjriect., Such.. in. In default of action by Congress providing for Dr.ikc'9 1'lnntailon Xttair: :
They generally erection-at Jacksonville not less than l'"rl1lllllonl".. been ai-kud f.r.. and ) Cooper, Uiiltul the prompt attention of the cuircucv by the National Dinucr Bitter : .
turn up alive and swearing before the Committee twentyfive. Stale Army,1'o.m I"11I'el'n, bas, nheudy\ fonvaided I the le 1 Bunks, the Secretary: of the Treasury contemplates Cocktullu vt Brandy, Ota and V,Walr. I
(In this estimate'are included all mills ad- quired loumimt.! KIOIII wh"it 1 ImM learno I to-d-iy thorepiiit
of.. .Fifteen.. i IH of u char.ii'ter that would, hot indililute piucuiiii I ( establishing at the Treasury Department
I ._. ... jacent, and those tributary, on the Railroad, and n ,policy of life Innoun, luc fun Mr. ilnvlx, On 11.. cnutral, a system of listing and forwarding to'Lanhs ,V 1 1ST 3E S : 7{
.' C. P C. will interest all of'our readers by; his on the St. Johns, whose shipments pass through ho IB repitHenttd as bel'ig Iu an exeeudlug: low at ate' mil I for redemption of their National Bank issue
health, and .bating beoume'cr>' milch from pItart.r-Oask of Vninrk ('Ir..t! : 1
-b able sketch of Gem BARTOW, on the outside of Jacksonville.) want i.f sulUolent exerclae his! mimculur sjrlem' Kriueid The Constitutional umjudment iu tin! Seua'e Par Port Wine (of Grsjm fruj the Pr.ri\.i. of Bur
almost In t'io'" ffi'b'e! u'ne of ai tnt'.int' Ida u.-rvons. rtti'incnnipletult and the Freedmen's bureau bill in the llou:ic, ai e goody) by lima bottle or """mifoe a
this paper, These "oft-hand sketches" are fast At Cedar Keys (and tributary to it) wo should broken ,down iinti the \ll>il tom( era "01",1111111110hllll : under cOlr the number hlanlieteiitlutt.uI loll'III')' suddvii atinoK/ ."f >rene Cooking VF Ino : Older; .
becoming a very interesting feature of The Sen put at dtde.ife. 1I1.101l1lImlll'IB"II1110Il') eonli tno,(is nn\lfly aid uualike unimportant.

tinel. Anything from the pen of C. P. C. wouldbo Then, besides these promincutpoints, there arc Inir.itMinont ut fll"i-p, lium I'lequen1." t clniti, |;< a 'l.v\,' and l nlihtol The New York: Times says that the trial ofJcltirson A.\S roUTRKi ::1
the gtl lid,\ \pilot otoi him, me lepicae.iled\ .(, us the Inciting :
ill i.i
Davis Richmond
interesting. We he will not steam saw-mills without number scattered AN commence : into
hope grow "weary about ; eatidui 1 In iii.riiiK, al.uut llu p't" ') Htc.i! -c. htiim.. Ale > "4
JuflVoy Allsop's India l al i Ale, Ouinuens' Bronu 1
wrecks His counsel Chirks O'Connor
arc :
of : ,
1'tial ntiule Il'el..u uc'iun! Illll-t f t'u.lutf the .UI'IIII..lolI
in well the the
doing. over country- most of them their btout BJSIIH' London 1'orler.
sending HUH uipoit' thcie cm he linkqiuvtlon.. 'I "tu leiinilbit ,is James T. neatly, and George Shea: of New York.
j -- .. lumber abroad-such as the many around Lake looked: fur, if* an outer! grmtIdq' him, mho \puvl.'egt-! un>e- Wm. B. Read, of Philadelphia, Brown, of Baltimore !'

The Chesapeake Female: College, situated near City, at Live Oak, St. Marks, James' Island, on since.tiloedanlalugandwtorei.cmhmnugthnday, through; |: |the, eaintsl !prntt'Ettatiuim i'fXi.: Coulter Hone limo that and Pugh, of Ohio. OEJ.. CCOS f

,_.' Fortress Monroe, at which we have so often gazed the Chattahoocheo and other ho 'moat li ivu more etcrelnu, Ills lime f.r' ex' icluo was extended The report of the death of Senator Wright, of'Xl'
Chipola streams. Ihu Jlonntaineer! tu cnddlcn of 231b.. mh
to three" huul.,01' daVitl.In pant ;
while on picket duty! on the opposite side of Hampton The innumerable streams which make almost threo dim) a the number\ uf\ the guard stutlonud! bUfininc'dj.ilo \': Jersey, \Li contradicted. Trifle of< the Nary, in caddies of :20 Ibe. each ;
Roads in 1801 'C3, is to be converted into a piuxiiiili" ). Injfl\ been likewidu lednccd. ;:to )ia- From u' report prefaced by the New York Whole boxes:! of varioiliJ jrrari..-- unuiklnr: nod e6artug; ; \'
a net-work of the map of Florida, are accessible dug .c..tlueIIlUW. \\alk8Inee..allL\y\ In front of lil, ton/" Chamber of Currauce, it appears that the total bdliiKB chewing ;
Theological Seminary for negro aspirants after avenues to forests'interminable.At x wliuhiivp, amid ttfn oilier' nentrled txhi.... \Vllkl'dVllh the number vessels! captured by the Confederate Tuba lose; suit ith ;
unundi. tttu other blurs ot Iho h' Grand ioa! : sOlo1.ill101ut ;; ;
ministerial same a honors, under the patronage of the another privateers) was 2tJ3.:: \ uu<.kiU2, .!Ju.
r 1.. time, we propose to give an exhibitof had Ksnenid thu length ollhelt. tints, su us to leb in their!
.. Northern'Baptist Home :Missionary Society ilUtuil, nuee of idm in the/ 1""III'ntehulIg". of gait', d. '1'hteu Their tonnage: was 133,007 ; estimated( value of ,
#.. -- -. facts and figures which will prove the lumber hitter clIICI>!iB t\i ,le ii'im'! eiVuttitd Through, the I<.IIIIOIlCO otUr. vessels and cargo, $23,540,000.; Borne of the vessels
l The Huntsville Independent says that after the business to be infinitely more remunerating, for .1.>.1\1., Cooper hub 'etide.mly 1 I'nltln., 'uenrly all the leacliuil facts 1 Uie can, tnd got ot together lie limo,lease Jelh. were bonded and! uleased,leaving: 30,083- .. ..

i arrival o'f Mr. and Mrs. CLAY at their home in many years! to come, than cotton planting can lie Is in ini eoii'lillim to renUl dideiidj. an.lit Is deemed OO'J as the A aloe of the property actually dc- A fcw Boxes cf Choke Cl,ir..
do.iljtfnl tthether he will \Uo able! tu stnnd up molar a piotiaoled ,
that place, they were serenaded: by tho "Terrell be made in this State ; though we would not discourage (rial, In h.. iniloiniial will, thu'p. btroiiKputtir\ Btioyed. Rail Koad Mills
the efforts! of those of n-bls'anuu ; Out as tho gianitu" column trembles and, SnufI ;
Band of old engaged in the culture i
i colored
composed musicians, resi- Unally brooks iindur Ihu inciFS.iiit' liihhing of the nei, sotheroil SOUTHERN MARKETS.

dent free men, and some freedmen lately in the of the great staple. With the certainty, now, CC'.UIIIII'JolI will any become I he lutes broken had tu hear under the loo long and in- AUGUSTA :May: 21.-Cotton stiff; :Middling 31c. In BottliM ana Bladdorf.ADAMANTINE .

service of the'United States Government They Of a crop that can not exceed one and a half mil- ---.. .400.+... -- @:33c. Gold excited at 188aUO.BAVANNAII ;: .

played, among numerous airs, "Homo Again. lions of bales, we believe there is a greater car- TESTOTII V c.O'Ij; !s'i'iiru'rio.! ;Ar, t : May 23.-Cotton quiet ; middling, SFEPA1 AND: PARAFINt. CAN lES. \

and "Home, .Sweet Home" hint// that nothing like the present prices of cot- Ko sane man has ever doubled that they were; 34c.n8'oc.CiiAWLKSTOif)( : :May 23.-Cotton advancing 100 Babbit'3'Potasil : oi

.. -.... ton will rule this fall. but we had no l idea, until we came across tile following bales sold t -Jay ; middling! to strict middling; ,

The bill of Indictment against. Mr. DAVIS l Is With cotton at fifty cents or higher, tile plan speech of lion. F.! P. BLAIR, that such a :S5c.a.3Gc: : r Fifty cent,,' worth uultea Hluo Galloni of Soap /,".

.. $0 pronounced an exceedingly lame and weak document ter, with more land than he ran conveniently decision had beta made by The :Bjprenio:!; WASHING SOAPS J

by all the eminent lawyers: in Washington cultivate with no money to expend in adding to Court of the United States, before: their late ad- LATEST NEW YORK MARKETS.NEW ,

They assert that it will bQ 4,500 bales at 40ca.42c.() : Flour 10 1.20:;: cents
conviction for treason under it Wo believe that he might purchase -will begin Iu a lute speech delivered at Macon Mission MUronrI,
negroes really the iloa. 1'Yuuk 1'. liluir, bets this mater to runt lij Uglier ; bales, lS, OO barrels. State at $7.20a'J- In and :
it will be impossible to procure such a con to enjoy life, and can well afford to indulgein said 1 am here to-day lay Irienibj, to tell you that lime biliruuio 03; ; Ohio fcU.30a.SUj\ ; Western $7.20a.'J.0 ; Sfegs Clullstels, ,

viction under any sort of an instrument t. ..* all the comforts, and even the IU'roles of life P Court, ol tne Luuud &t.tti.i: liatu .already lucided Southern lirmer. Wheat has:: an advancing\ tendency -
nat: this Constitution lulludiUg to the .Misjouu test uata) Shot, Ouu C &c.
> ,
If our imprisoned chieftain Is not soon released, -- -..- ... i I is mvalidaad oid. 1 teat fun1 M unJrs 11, tiy tine if/ the and is: ac.n.a, higher ; sales.: 03,030, : bushels pe
l/m ..:'curl in H'a./"" tea, and he told New Mihvaulue Club o :: 6n.n Ol.lMilwaukie
Jutl.'ti uj Aiijueme !y ; ; -
the promise is flattering that death will settle a We are gl-icl to observe in almost every one of ma iu; addition that ilij ouiy ic.tfun why the .auuuuncu- Club $1.00, No. 2 GimieagoSpring::; $1.72a. oza.OODmZ":: : :TL "V t

question,which strong, nation hesitates to con our Florida; exchanges, tho exhibition of a sympathy meat ol those of the wan dcdaion held that was time nut law nude was, wad, but the /IIllImty (lour. !- $1.75.; Com! has: an advancing tendency, and is A largo assortment to arriv by tb. ArcHc-boucht le... U.1

sider. All the latest accounts concur in the statement and of a desire to assist, that will bo deeply iudjjus Holding Uconaiiuuioiiiil. cud live uecUriu n u- :Jc.a.uC.: : higher; ; sales 110,000\ ( bushels at 83c.a.89c.;;

.that his constitution has gradually yieldedto grateful to the friends nud relations of Major tiouncemeut cuiiblltnuouuT uI'ght,) was bo the postponed four who till time begged next thai term UH.wlncli un- linn.Beef stead)'. Pork dull heavy Rice linn., mess $u0.35.: Lard VV 0 0 D ... ... :E=t.r: ::: s

the influences of care, confinement, anxietyand GEE. None but a good and pure and bravo man< meets iu JJjccmuer, ((\010"-110111 uuur toe eieilion intuis Whisky Sugar: buoyant ,
Stuio.:! ) Tlut laa;Mja: was uot used, btli it aiuuuiuud Coffee steady Naval stores quiet and! firm- Tub,
the horrors insolent. espionage and iron-. could evoke the expression of feelings! so ardent to thut.1, Freights dull. Gold closed at IJOj:: : "a.aa-Board, Broomn.Packets Chnrnn. I
barred dungeons and and affectionate. TUB Judiciary has heretofore proved fine of the bulwarks W. W BruHhc8IShoe Brushes koaou'B Blackinc, '_-. .
that the feeble .
grayhairedold ..
; of our liberties and entitles. As long ns It teuiaius true to !MaUMnnll'i ..
chieftain, bowed down by the weight of many The Marlanna Courier of the 24th urges that that. law wlauli has Its origm In right, and pioves superior .MOVEMENT IN GOVERNMENT STOCKS AND COT- u and 5j iP8or Coltoa Hope for low' Komi LIBDK, Ac, &e. .:
1. to the mad paoa..lms of the Hour, lucre u yet hope a MOX.
cares, is tottering surely, and feebly to his tomb. "steps should be taken at once to effect the noble united rcpuulit, and Ihu pvcwrvutiuu u( luau liinututious.Us. Jj
NEW YOIIK May Sj.: -A largo: amount of Five! -tweattee FllUIT
i We know that President JOHNSON has done all purpose": of raising funds for his relief; and so a ... wore bought to-day for shipment to Europe, &c. .j

he could to mitigate the horrors of his imprisonment do the :Madison, Lake City, and other papers WAIt Wiru Eur.ora.-John Mitchell writes to Tbe Government Bold 2,003( ( bales of cotton at auction; CANNED 0001>3-1> '"-l'e8,'Qulnc*.,,Flume, Cr.nborryOATBl'M -I

and we believe he would release Mr. DAVIS throughout the State. The New York Daily News: strict nilddlli!!; Florida brings 42} c. Bunco JELLlES-A88orte, dc. ,1
r tomorrow, if he ou1d. To his magnanimous And in the last number of that very excellent I can see no escape from European war, and A lar;e amount of cotton wag burned at Tankers' todny. ImANDY PEACl'IES' Twu1JlOf8 and Jars; .._,'

treatment and the kindness of Dr. Coors-Mr. weekly-the Florida Union-published at Jack- if it breaks out it will be tremendous. It is probable 4.o..tWe ..- ASSORTED AND PICKUS-ot: all lnd' and .1&... '
too that America would prom by it, both SA-UCES-KneliBh t and AlllBrlt.n';
D.A vis'physician-we are indebted for the preservation sonville, is a comment on this subject which we in commerce, and in population. Besides[ there arc glad to observe that an able remonstrance EXTRACTS-Or 8YltUI"8--I'11llon; }.eweu.Ila8Pbe"y.Itcde Blackberry Watc: 'Vnllla'Currant, 4e.

... of his life thus long. But to the large majority must transfer to our columns entire. Speaking must: be several large; !houses iu tho wooden leg has been published by the United States LAYER ASSORTED It.1i\CANDIES 1NS-New alld ; f,

of men in Congress, who pursue our fallen of the statement of the Family Friend that "Maj. business in Bobtoii. Also, the eminent crutch Chamber of Commerce against tho increase of the eUIUtANT8-0r a very upt'rlor' In whole end half horse "'

t heroe with relentless hate, we warn them how '.GEE was in immediate and absolute want of money and splint muuufuctories of Connecticut, whose tax on cotton. CI rltoN-1'PRKlSn PRUNES"quality' 1-
bubiuesa unreasonably cut short by the too
.. tho American nation takes upon itself the hazard ," the Union says : sudden termination was of the American war, just Discouragements enough, heaven knows* already NU'PS-PcunoBrmzlFllberte; :;:: Bordean Walnut ; .""

;of the announcement; "JEFFERSON: DAVIS died "Will not thla appeal reach tho hearts of Jacksonville's when they had laid in large stocks unseasoned oppress tho efforts of cotton growers, with-. lADLE SALT-Jn quarter bon and,and half bowl;
fair pocket.
duncuters emulate tho noble and ;
in prison 1" Better for the nation that she had roe, work of their sinter of Leon and laduden, and Irene.other hickory, Iud had their machinery brought to a out such an additional incubus. t

never won the victory than that it be now stain awaken counties of the State Cannot they strike a chord that will high state of perfection, for turning out their If they did but know it, the legislators who are ItiL1iciaz.n, : la3 Oil.BAKEft'S .
slumbering sympathies of the men In behalf of wares will the utmoat:: punctuality, neatness and
edlth the accusation that, inch by inch, she has the a. gallant side of a many eoinrado of ,them and noble a man as ever the marched by dispatch. It U to be hoped that they have not attempting such onerous discriminations> against CELEBRATED' CHOCOLATB

been for thirteen long months, murdering that and batteries of the foe t right on aguluut bayouuts taken down their machinery, nor chopped up In- this interest, are doing a work detrimental, not :TAPI3CA & CORN STARCH FOR PUDDINGSrFAllIN'A i

u feeble old man, no guiltier of clime than one of Jack.ouvllieamid!II any of the IIr" cud third Florida are In and around to tire wood ;nil that hickory ; for now, as I seriously only to the Southern States, but to the whole
have a vivid recollection of how Uca
to have fine foreiirii MACARONI.S .
us ? walked across tho battle Held from a broken and scattered believe they are going u country.
Alabama Briimde and approuched tho noble Fret, w lion Its market opened to their enterprise. Legs H' ..
Him have ye caught and dungeoned andzeiUit Field and Stuff wero olt her killed or wotiudud. and seizins will bo lively, and splints and crutches in good As the result of such legislation, and the enormous i1S'UoTI ( ; y'
; oo.: &
It. riddled colors badu bis old comrades of Florida fui- .
to _
murdered ? frauds them .A1lar,
ba laid demand perpetrated upon we daily
low "'
him saying/ know that Florldlans will nVht." Let [ upper.
'".We tremble to" think of the effect of such an anoouncement the ladles take steps to awaken these slnuiboruV memo hear our staunchest planters declare that they .' Gluger-whole azul 'j'
rice, and put them In active sympathy with a sutTuiliig Captain A. Cutesby Jones, formerly Lieutenantin Cinnamon, roend-L-.
not only throughout the South comrade whom have to Northern their\ last bale of
the shlpppd ports
bOYI did follow gloriously on that oucasion States and the Nutmoei., .
the United Navy during war ,
civilized world I JJfner then the hero whose eyes were flashing with the Mace I & : ..* -
but the whole Dees of battle In the grand charge: that won to them the Captain in the Confederate navy, has been np- cotton. dl Oloww
could ye afterwards thus arrest and dun- immortal field of PorryvUle ; and wo predict that they too Why trill not our planters and capitalists! learn ,"" Sued
will have success worthy of their efforts." pointed Chief of Ordnance in the navy of the Peruvian .ra..y Ij.
eon the fiery spirit of bitter hate which would .- .. wisdom from the lessons of the past-make their _, ,r-I..Indi t. !,? .
; '
r 1 ap"from his imprisoned corpse and forecer The military force now oa duty in Virginia Government. .-. importations and exportations direct, and go to [j.: ... .:' :...",.. = ( Blantowy .

fro In the consists of of of North the South the 4" : rtr -"oJf.9411. tft/ ., 'a:,.Iir, '8IN.,
pitlerwaids be' t'o dgotng, to and forty-fouj companies regulars nijU1.I The State Convention Carolina assembled work to make manufacturing. seer #, Asa aw.. { Sulphur,
down In it." I bering to the aggregat about two thousaui in last on'of i?! > 1'1'1; B-Gill at Otl8.1lo.r Ia. of v .u I
; earth/and walking *p and / men. Raleigh, on Thursday. 2" .s ." .J ; America <+ !: I .r V Ymm 3L'IlaalyJLrag:
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LOCAL!! IEpAIrrMFNT.tk7 BREAST-PIN FOUND. THE': nbnnn4 gibtrliscmtnfs! ,' '''-. ', :!SaLannab: : bbttti&nls-, ; ; e '

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Mr. Jon A. Ononn lit our General;: -Agent, and I In A before tmreA8T-I'I ye tc1'Y WAS, which FOUND tho owner AT THE can get DEPOT by describ DAY lS30111DA Sy ,, 18OO.PRINTING. 1 1 ) : S'AV r',\* N'AtL. ,

olk-ct authorized, monloi to receive and roio'.pt subscriptions for tho wine.Fouso. and.solicit ndrertlxlut, 'lug;_Apply the satuo at this and oCtec paying: for advertisement._ __ may goW. illilCIIIPil A C [ N 1 Y1 DlPflf J} 0 \ I C, J. .. .:.

-r U .. A. 1'1d.lUN MAMMOTHJOB r
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lInRMT-l'm. --f.-Boo Notice.... FORWARDING\ .\ AS COMMISSION) MERCHANT, Stationary Steam EliginesSA : ST ANtBAK i Y : i

W. E. D.4HKU.T: advertises sundries for ante ,(', ,.. 'And IUClul'nntoJ CIII!, V MILt.S, Glus'r MILLS,

t -------s.ea+..eESTa -- '. JACBEONTILLK, FLA. r. -
ritnrrtoA. almost livery fmnlly there are old "'S12"-111 J.

). batklon, covcrlesil volumes,greatly! prized for some BBSIOclnllou .. Cotton. Ii: (3t'r tD r."ISlIiU 1A: N'l1.III Wood Working iTJachiiiciV)', 67, .69 AND,' 71, ,BAY STREET' l
which Perhaps
through they have como down to ns. :
they deserve better treatment. Briny them tu, and 'FOR SAW BELTING :
connection with the Newspaper! have jn"l fitted upITIOST 9e
you can have them neatly and cheaply bound by Ir.l't.nU1I Tarlo!'' Dim, I am prepared to recolvo ordorK A.V'.A.NNAIJ:. 04
FlSDERBK. As there will ho ouly a-llmlted number sent to Florida, Machines Fire Pzoofa3 .
planters would do well to leavu their orders Immediately.jnayIMm TlllIi COJIPLETll13ook : Agricultural -
.-.---. .\. HOPKINS.!! .

IXCEHDJAIUSHS. regret to I learn Unit the Dwelling, .rrI.l1 'F'LVIhtDA'ON and Job Printing Office Uafca, dJo. _.
Kitchen, Snroko-house and other buildings of :Mr. Mo. v :fl ,

JUNKINS, some six miles (rum. ( IIII1CY, were destroyed by 233: ::.H;;.:q I-3: .A l. "1TI IN THE ST/XTr.:. : I\I.1: : 4. D.J: :&; f e *. \ .v ,

Cro clay before yesterday.! Tha only partleti'urs! we have CKI.EI51lATl.n;:(
learned are thut It was the work of on Incendiary.TnB We have gone to great expense to procureOf i .
OPPOP1TF TI!!' t" ""fot.. 'Portable Steam Engine?
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1 8 constantA J : T !, J.=" E S "
HOTTEST YBT.Yesterday forunoon wa decidedly A supplied .. ._ mv IROPRIFJTORB.a: : 'J
'tho hottest day of tho present BVISOII. Writhing under the with tho vcr .k
"Sweat nnd swelter" of enltry sun whose hcnt we thought FIVFRTLIQUOR ,S >=li'j -t t t'I the Latest r -.

would reach nt leapt TO dcg.l'ah., we wero astonished OH BAND AT WHOLESALE ALL XINDIBISOUITORAQKERSOAKEF' .
can be' STEAM
that the thermometrlcal report of our friends QnEoonv & found. -

DKLOUEtT at 2V o'clock P. M. did not mete It go higher ICE: will ba k"iI'on n i i d l ,"',w., ,. 'n". curt',
'thnn 83 deg They must keep their thermometer In n cool- and e\cry rof.CThinenl, prnvll",1 that can hi. tumid in any Manufactured expresply for us by Hoe iS Co., ;
similar tnbllrthmpiil in tli.inn': .
laco than were able to find for ourselves.At "
VrT wo
> In our RKAUIXO ItOOliesc'Ill: I be fntind r cameo list of NEW JOB PRESS
three o'clock the heavens were overcast with clond, lute Newspaperp, from very part of tin- country, North a
nnd for more than an hour,heaven's hearted artillery shook and Himtti.IIIK ]Tests Izittcd mill Uilu Dried,
: LARGE A"o,) OOMFOtTAnLE BILLIARD SALOON Manufactured\ to order fey George P. Gordon, New York,
Oh I Who
the very earth with Itsgrflndthnnduilnga. up B\\I., will pro c .1 (hl"lIlIt pi.ico of resort tQ
not! glory In the grandeur of thunder storm thopo who indulge 1 hi the game.
The Fines Inks
'Jf Aa wo write the prospect Is good for heavy role: -ninySJ-lf: W. A. NOWI.IN. MADE. EXPRESSLY FOR .
I.. JJ, 'S:r\l'l.on Of all Colors" and -
"with ,
WE SyjtrATuisK earnestly the disappointed ewaln I

who recites his troubles lu the funny' poem on onr fourth STEAMBOAT AGENT & GENERAL TEE: -BEST ::L'>APER I : Army, :Navy, Shipping, Steanboats1 Orowr:1

page. We have sometimes been treated almost as bnd'.y x.uu LL ': '

by tho printer onraclvc. For Instance, a few dnys ago\ COMMISSION') & ['lrltll'A1tDf11111LICiA11'\ ; ( Which enables us to do In the neatest manner CYi

In reading one of our proof-eheete, In an anecdote occurredthe I'nl"Htilla' Q'IJiidtti .
cabalistic "d-d," IIOHO use we 'try to avoid, even in EVERY KIND CF JOS PRINTING KNOWN: TO THE ART, Fiioir 'OUlL TO Tiriitn-mK: HOKSK{ POWKU.VOTTOX .

ether people's anecdotes.We may S-2-lt
I therefore elrnck out each d, and drew a line out to '"' Frftm, the Double mid Trcblu-Shcct fil.VS t II t rOTTOX; GINS t t 11 t tl cc.d.Order
.iI" ruc's :Fazagi'r,
I the margin, where we wrote plainly, this note, lu brackets; [CC.\UTTIY, BROWN, TAYLOR, SOUTHERN:: EA-
"JiHt hero, put a long-." Imagine our surprlsd when .[ .Tcr."OnJXrE"'l: (,' .i ..T XA.8."OV MAMMOTH POSTERTo l' gin] C raven, American nndExcelslorCOT'I'ON\ uINS,
AND SOLICITOR with i.iiKlnes: or Iloise I'ower.
.the pnpcr: went to press to find tin following; "just IN CHANCERY, T. L. KINSEV & CO., '('

put a d-d long -." TALLAItASBCn, tflOnireiu ,\. theDetlcato ....!nay. .lfl-nm lea Bay ptrcet. Sa\aniiali, thin. Put up anti Delivered. .

Our poetical Mend would be taught iMnlunblo lesson of \ Marine Bank building opposite Tntum'A Drug Qarto tCe[ Betts t ,

patlencu by occupying the. editorial chair for a felweck... lw- __- .__ may 81-tf TElI: : ]I] march S7-Sn f'EnoAlt
CuAe3u a.-"A nice lnni{ \I".k. by thought! ', Of tbo sow Wo have secured the services of

silver nuolI." hits Leon tIe, order of the day during the mel HICHARU r. LeoN I SAMUEL D. IIIYISJ JOHN U. BIIOUTEII.LYOH .. ...L...OUEHAKD.. .. .. BENJAMIN.. .. .. ..D...FEHRU. . .
1.1\\1 Inc mi lljli; I evtningi of tha pst nuek. Our JUIKIlailles : ( : IRVIN: & SHOIITETI..Attorney All EXPERIENCED: PRINTER CIllWll lOUSES..L

] mill KOiitlemeu might to fuoltt'e.llly, indebted to the and Connnollors nt Ijiw-nnil in Equity, Who has charge of the Job Department.
pplundul band o. tho 7Ui U. S ttuguhr'e, If, on no uthor'AO' TyUjL practice in all oflhe Courts of Law nndE'lultyhl GUERARD & FERRILL,

Coil, ..t, t1110: f.lI.thu e\'or}'-otlcr' -Mining opportunity Hint 'OnicolnltiM'!it"II!
Intuit them so plewniilly! tofutlur: Bet nil our el'l/piis lanlll On. : Clarke Building, While Hall Street, At- Crdcra Solicited.SIIOBEH: NN L .Er. ,

r.elll"t I they! owe mach to tliU B and, UI"l'h'IIII.1111I..10':11I1I.. We'will al"n have an OJBc" In Albany, 0 it.
r and realty clever gentle awn, for fie', ,1"UllhlfullllUblo Ono of the firm will ulll" "'. ho found at either Ofllco to &! OLIVER, COTTON FAOTORS411'D
give prompt attention nil 'malnecs entrusted to their
'gars' po fir to ramie nod Charm and< litiroionlzo.Under ca-e. Purilcular nttom ion given to alj) grades of C'ollect- l'ropl'ictoril.

ho+performance 01 this Bind,, us led l 10 j our lie. '8":_ niiiv' SWfA'OAH

C'linpliiOu' Inend, 1'iof. WIEOAMI!: uiulnj, ; "Hie bciuitlt'ul, "VESinAWholetale '!i' 0 N, BOO { 8HDEt V TilISFirstClass
&,Hating bt"rH111 .ly e.eny II,g to ilvul the bright) eyce

of ho.ivoii's;.irlhly ropieHontftlhos charmed by tho unities. and Retail Dealer InDOORS -INrpt9iR Hotel

'the opposite fox," and 1 kliwod lij'-Ihu coquettluh breics s]."!! Q, 1. 3. JT'i J.. 3a. ga: S3 cs o General Commission ilercliantI3Iy .
th'it g.imfool, gleefully! mntmd the C'lplt..I-l1ke our Cliai tea- SASHES BLINDS ...

toil, uoitfiilior, wo "forn'i fur unlille I'lo! [Jui'Cim, C'ulnindo' Sl"nClIRKU! HAVING SUI'PLIED Hnli'Ef.I" .HAVING BEEN

end" iihi, mud cunro uwnj from cn-iy ni furMUincii peifectly, WOOD J: JL 1ith a superior stock of nmtcriulri, Is now 111'1')1111'1'1110) MOULDINGS, do all kinds: of! UINDlNOIn:: Iho bent stjlo I and III nil its Street, Siivaeinnli, Georgia
Immehra, and In the. moat o\pi'ditlous tnnnuur. Public Eonovated &
Our clllzfiis rrn-f tniiili to Gin. FoBiciifoi it.e nocturnal ANDBuilding Newly-Furnished
patron:!o poli! 'itc'd. Ho eon he louud at the house inljuinmi ,
tl >lghU! : uf t'itfilcllghir.11' Teh, and I we Impo they wilt Materials: / Wilson's lilackuniilh Shop.

'It''II: hi'"'''' KO IlutrpnrPruilyter. ..r" ]dm I hull ;'IOUNOS tu give jnay ffli-IMn' _C. A.TIIW FiNDISEN.qg IS NOW OPEN; FOIl TIlE

theta: 'i "H.tiwtinll 1 1" vviJdiiiiu, of their niprei-l.itlu.i.| 2vS A 270 Canal slat, near Ih'+Satilray: :t' E ".:J\7 WILL SELL ON COMMISSION, COTTON. TDmEl'.
and Merchandize. Consignments solicitor
IVitiiriiinnrr. to nln'M li: the ,U-tplt. l i sm.auov -. NEW YORK. RECUTIOX:: : [ OF TIIK! TR4YFJJXG POnilC. When desired, wo will ship cotton to our friends In Ne'
-_. ..c.D2STItCC'TION York and Liverpool, making liberal advances on the Sim.!
Ahren .inrtmcntof { EHPORIIB !
< varloui
TIIK Ill'1JSOmnn: Hl.ILRO.\D "tylpR conxtanlly on hand :
FKKIOHT:: JUl'OT.X'EW : and made to order. articular lUtentluii luld to "liinpin.rurJow. NI I ]

YOUK, May: ffl.-The lluddon river I.'i.l'.ro.ul: Freight : _______ may sa-Mm IN THE MONROE BUILDING, REIo'ERE\'CES.:

]).pot \\'as destroyed by fire to-day': hoes eiitlmatcd nt nci'iarlcr If.. .C., .GOOmVlN.: : A, .S.: WOODS: G McGINLY Robert H.ihcrsham & Son, Savannah, Gao:
of mllllou ot'c!.:i.irH. ; .tL1.AILtSS EE. Oeo. W. Anderson, do
COODbV6E'JVQOfJS; Anthony Porter do
JAGOBAND 8 U i &{ c.n r.:
in MtKMOI.'T. DEALERS:: John L. VUUlongs do

7?BW YonK,irnj" .- -Cieii. Fremont hen punlia-iud the Sl-w3m ErwIn & llardee do "
I'afsorolanz2.t: Ts't33PSr: mny Governor U. \Valkor, Tallahassee na. r.itlfle waned! of MUsnurl, for ORe mllllun three! Paper and Paper StockNO. J. A. Hull, do.

iii'ivl\ tiiof.nud dollars. The ternw of paymeut are onoIj'irtu DEALER INflEADV41A :: William IS. Pettcs do
: I'wli! and the baron in four annual installll.MiH. !- 1 57 ANN STREET, Ex-Governor A. K. Allison Quincy, Fla
Savage A nil ill!, Gainesville, Fla.Hainuel .
: The rand Is to be JliiMuul to SpHngfleld in two Uot\v'.on T-TiiMsait and \Villinin Street, ) ClOTHir G Swan, Jacksonville, Fla.
\ear< and a half, and to the;Slat: ) line In three years. It IHiLjigued C. O. Uarnard, do
: iiltlui'Uely lu form a link with the grit South- 2:>T: 33 *JWSZ 0: > XTL :2S1:;; FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND EOYS.Gentlemen's may 866-ly( ____

"..n Pllch1c U.,hlroad. Wilting; i'rlntin2! ; and_Minllli. P.ipura. acv 22-3m II G, CHEESEMAN & 001
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OHIO DEOCIUTIC\ CONVENTION.CoLUMnua WM.. . .H.. .TISON.. .;. .. --W5I.-. ..-..-.W... .-.nORDON.. .-. .. .. . HATS Furnishing' CAPS &c. Goods, CHANGE. OF SCHEDUL"
0., ;Miy 35.-The D'.nocratic Convention :: Cor. Drayton Bt. and Bronshton-st. Lane
11' I !& 0 N t' OOHUOIV
have paanedreaolntlunaeudoratngthuPraaideut'a restoration t Also, constantly on hand, a variety of Lw
noinlimtlii, Lefl'erern of COTTON FACTORS ;f- :ii: .IifQ ; .
policy, and lijnj. Secretary SAVANNAH, GEO.
Stale, und lion 'f hos. II. Key to the Supreme Court. COMMISSION & FORWA3DINO MERCHANTS z'S :B. EJ1'9'1Lt( I)3'JsS57J ili(O If.'ZGlB J ..
Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road.

CJNXECTF'UTSEN.S'rls': FAVORS:' THE ADMISSION !)0) BAY STIitLT: Silk Mixed: and Fancy Ca&simercs, "Vi'o have now on hand large:; quantity of the

OK TE XESSt: SAV."o.NN..i-r.: Q: oI QIA.: OFFICE ATLANTIC & GULF R. n., Ibavaquah. I.
IlAi-.Tronn, CO"1'1.' Hay SS.-.The Senate plus passed reaolutlons limy 2 -\\tf MARSEILLES, DRILLS, May 7th, 10. 1 r
lu fn'ur of the liiimedlatc! adait'-slyu! of the TeuneMi'o Best Ice ever OfFared to the Public, f\y and after May llth, 1808, the Passenger! Trains C'
to E. J. NKIDLINGEH And a General Assortment of the Flu "t V7 this Bond will run as follows, connecting with DIg! '
delegation trains on the Central Railroad :
-lAmRTS. and are prepared to All all orders from Leave 730 A..M., on Monday,Wednesday an.
NEW DXAI.ER: nr Friday.
YOIIK, May S3.-C'ojton I Isnrmer. Leave ThomasvUlo at 1.00 A. M., on Tuesday, Thursdranil .

bid went ui; to 41.V, but fell to 40. Saddles, Bridles & Harness LIZ-TIE: ; : 1ST GOO D S ALL PARTS OF GEORGIA AND FLORIDA, Arrive ThomasvUlo" 0.17 P. M., on Monday, Wednc.

Sternng quiet at 10U.V. &c. Ai ic. Ac. ....c. day and Friday.
Texan Wool Is quoted at from 5!,'< to :30 cattle per pound. Boltins Saddlory Waro Leather &o. Arrive at Savannah at G.05P. M., on Tuesday, Thnrsdn
New YORK, Hay 25.Cotton firm sales of 6,000 hales. may SithinLAST: with dlcpatch, and as low as It can be bought from any and Saturday
Corner Brou!{hton and Burnard Streets, parties In tho ciiy. may ia-Bwiim JOHN SCREVEX, President.
Middling Uplands 41t 2.; Orleans, Ia: 4-Ic. Flour open. CELA.NC.KI; : I .
9.1 active, but closed heavy. Sales oft IG00 barrels. State SAVANNAH, GA.
We have experienced hands employed who
. Ohio !).50 1.00 Western, $7,.IO'J.70
$7.4O $9.9t1; $ $$ ; ; may 21-wflm .
\'if 1.11. KLUI.T-JS
Southern closed drooping at $7.62:?1(1.75.(! Wheat openfed --- UNDERSTAND PACKING T. H BOLSHAW & CO.

at an advance of 12! cents, but closed dull-buyer's refusing
yesterday's rates. Sales of W,000( )( bushels. New Late Crtahler Planters' Bank. Photographic Ambrotypc
&u Number one Mllwauklo 219\**); Old, 213; Old numbertwo good packing WHOLESALE!: DE..u.ERr.r .

ISO. Corn opened at an advance of 1<@( 2 cents, but MERCER &'llND RSOrr AUTI'r, ot

closed heavy. Sales of 52,000 bunhcU new mixed 8U@X! OPPOSITE THE STATE BANK BUILDING, PRICK'S.

unsonud 8a2t35.: Fork dull. Lard Una. Whisky steady, m 'fu "t.\rYr Tallahassee Florida
SJO. Sugar arm. Coffeo quiet. ;Molanes firm Spirits JO.a.-I .o.. biu.J All! orders should be addressed to CROCKERYCUTLE.fl'

Turpentine dull at OaJ1j'95. Petroleum firm at 27XFrelgcts --. \\1LL GLOSS ALLS a lLIEI1YOn
quiet Cold 1SS){. AND GEO. W. SMITH, Agent
I Sic Stt day <:(' :1nly: IH6G.
J FALLEN OFD' Commission Merchants All those ulshhi to secure rii.lures are Invited' toOnJ.1. T May 84, 1806-8m_ (, .

. WASDISOTOK, May !85.-The interest In the reconstruction XZf&l-lT': !
measures Is diminished. Hardly a doien SAVANNAH GA. 80UTHERHEXPRESSCOMPANY.
manifestly As the Gallery will! positively ho closed! on orahout that day. GLASS""VET"j3i xm.KERO'SENE'
Senators were present, while the audience was very email. ,

may i'!-gm_ may Si Gt _ ___
,,.. May !!S.-Some of the Eastern Banks will ,

.- loon be called upon to reduce tha amount of currency now WUOLESAIL DEALER IN DEALTH INftSioes Increased Facilities: !

held by them In order to extend privileges to other States, Hoots anti leather
() I-Iou
where these Arllitiea! are sadly needed BOOTS AND SHOES l'UEiGnT 'OnWl'InJ ofurnishing GOOtL 1

NEWARK, N, J., May '!25.! -Senator Wright, who was t OIl ALL TCIN-DS. l it'Ht !)
atrleken with paralysis U physically better, and U now lu Lea Oone: oesiia Qtroot mar -8m AT REDUCED RATES
lull possession of his mental faculties.
SA V ANN AH. GCOROIA.ay24 : : Sash Bun 'k; lV.Ion1dings r rstlvailtit
WASUISBTOX,May 20.-The bill equalizing the bounties .
passed the Semite, when It adjourned. v "\ -3m &c. &c. &c. All Knll 'J'IJI'ough h
att, :
In the House, the Republicans endeavoring to reconcile MY MACHTNK SHOP 13: NOW IN FULL OPERA tt
conflicting opinions on the reconstruction amend THE NEW ERA : and 1 am pr pared to do thu above work with From New York, Philadelphia an Baltimore, to Atlanta
neatness and dispatch. Georgia" with
ment. All bills cash ou delivery of work. iM-wly
the House has passed a bill\,excluding from West Point, PUBLISHED DAILY & WEEKLY, AT ATLANTA, CIA.BT may a-j-iit T. J. KAWL8. BUT ONE CHANGE OF CABS. may .:...-_---- ." .

all thoso who have served In the Confederate Army.BUSHELS SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY, in connec .
I'It 3TIIlR: & SrRUGGS.A COMPANIES, have arranged with Itoads forming the JOUX W. .
lIcbJ bbtttiStn1tnt AKDBRSOS Ulon"l .
Great Through Lines from the North, by which! merchandise W. ANDBKS.N JI
1,000 IHJi!>IIICJ.S KVlt SALU. can be forwarded as above. R. ii. inotnao: -- jonj w> "DTKa0yt /?.-

01LTF.i. Livo !Newspaper KffBl'SHELS WHITE BOUTJULKN. Order freight from thtt North to be delivered to the Ilarn-
IrtA Black Oats for sale low for cash. O\l\l btu Bu.hels Yellow. den or Adams' Express Companies and In New York '
iUUK may -JU-St W. E. DANELLY. Tho paper for the Fireside and the Counting-Room. la lots to. suit buyors and cheap for caxh. City"Inland ut thu Route"bouthuru; Express OIUco, 511 Broadway, marked JOHN W.'Ai\UEUSOX & SOXS,
1- may H If L. R. STAYNER.In _
:pon.n: :. ; Express by Sea continued as heretofore. Goods consigned .

' A BBLS. Mess Pork just received and for sale very low THE CHEAPEST Li-on ('(rcult curt: .alit Chancery: to) will Southern promptly Express forwarded.Company Charleston or .Savannah ,; FAcTORS AH _
OU GENERAL'Con1I111SSfOn :--i
may W. E. DANELLY. ZACIIARLUI J. REDD, 1 1T Tho Southern Expres have agents! at all the principal[
OOXX3VT.on -' Ai well' as the Largest Paper In the Country. .. Dill for divorce. cities and towns of Florida and along all the knee of railroad '
MATILDA REDD. I and are prepared to receive scud deliver freight and
A BUSHELS White and Yellow Cord, very superior, IT appearing to tho Court hy affidavit filed In this cause, mouton with care and dUpatjh._may 2J-ea laTURNER anti Forwariilir(
l' G\J\J for sale at a reduced gure, TERMS OF DAILY. the defendant realties beyond! the limits of this .
may 2a-f\ \V. E. DANELLY.ff State but within the United Status : It Is therefore ordered : .. .- J.jLlIE
One year..,... ..... .... ..,'.........................$9 00 that the said defendant du appear and demur plead or an. aSt IU..LUJGIlr.JN';
:Lv.IE.A.J.a: : 6 mouths.. ... ............ ... ......... ,............... 4 60 ewer thn bill filed In luldfuusuwithlu three months from FA-pm :E-J.A.JSTGXJSTGS: :
: \ BBLS. White EBn-Dried Meal, ilightly soured, bnt 8 month... .... .....,................5..,...........860 the publication of this order or tho same will be taken as : : .OnANTS': .
iU very desirable at the price for stock. Attention 1 month.... ... ... ........ .... ..........,.... ... 75 confessed, and the cause "lll be set fur a hearing on Iho AND WINDOW SHADES, .
; ..:.:.:..: ,
planters particularly beta charged said bill further ordered a '
may W-it _: W E. DANELLY. WEEELY w copy of tills order ho published In some public newspaperof lisle and American raperhaugs. Window bionics and Corner()t' Urnytou nutl ItvyMn Htr:' t;',

6 ...,.' .. .. ., ,,......$300 thin State for three month Done at fixtures, Loods, Cords, :Tassls, ORt Corners Bards ic. -
x."C'1\lE.-aEn. One year............?.,,,. .,.., .. ,, CbnmbcrsiMuy All sold Frolgldageadded. .' ..
at New
.J ., ;VEET Ii month......................n........?.".... ... a 00 16th, IBM. .J, } goods York prices with -. ..,", : :.... .. ... .
9 .(UUU\\C\f\\ at the Depot Inch Plank Weather. Bmonttu....._.. ............................. ... .. ... 100 Judgn; Ac, 112 Ua'Ouflhtoll Street ..." 1i.\VA.-- -- .- j
boarding and Flooring, of the very best heart A true copy-Attest! : .N'.uljJ.\' ; #.:. ;
stuff, at cnrrtul vitae G of Clubs often subscriber will be furnished\ COUHCIL A.BKTAX.mry 0 SAVANNAH! GEORGIA Q.:''
may 2'.H t. W.E: DAXELtY.' the Weekly free-. -jaBf" may 2i-St 19-'G&: Ini Clerk teen Circuit Cuurt. I may 1.wlf. '. .. Dill n 3lei 4, J

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"e'ID jJi\ttTltu! cWell ti lid. ALL ISUJlTS or I'AUAGnAI'lIi11, B.Bf .

I' ; Tho Indiana ReptlbliCansoppose negro suf FUIiNlI'l ..

_ _ --_ frage.: ins
t-. JJY BJ1ODBB- & OIilVBB. Painted metallic neckties are becoming quito '. -ST

\ ; & the! St toe common. HOUSEHOLD F "
Newspaper ; hr STOOIC
Cheapest{ Neither ,
, ; false curls, false teeth, false calves, nor AND a 4 ,{ ,
even false eyes, are as bad as false tongues.A t wi a f OF

'.rhrno Timea o "'"WeeJc....... .......1'; I;.. 80 OFFICE
II-: ; I "yyOOk..1........, ., a'.... ... 4 wag wrote on the back of 1fat alderman,

: 0 ,'l Twioo Onon a"Weok.a ,..'....".. .s. ... ... 2 "Widened at the expense: of the corporation." 1 a: +, nc i + .t F .f1 a? ha wrta GOODSLowest

A witty fellow says that hoop skirts hanging

\ TALLAHASSEE : out of a iloor reminds him of a peel of belles. AA'D THE :

\ _((0)-) The Richmond* Times OP
gives Henry Ward Beech- Priced
29 1860.MY .
4 Tuesday! morning. May er the credit of inventing the term "bully hallelu-
Every Description
r jah. IN THE
I rinsT
A woman weighing only seventeen poundsis OXTT'
A 114118 art o. I.AtroHiBI.m! : : OK TTPOSHABtCALtimoiw. exhibiting iu Danville folie is from Noi ill Car TO *ri c ffni f. *-A frwJwZfc'
I' ., olina. OFAVANNAtI

:, Ah I hem It It I I'm fomoni! now- 4
= see 4:
An nuthor and a poet I "Ugh I Him great man r Big brave f Take --
t.. It really Is In print I I' ye (rods 1 many scalps I" said an Indian, seeing a windowfull TIMER,
I It I
How proud I'll I be to chow .

1 To Andgentlotnnielwhntathrilly Will read animate the her I breast nnd; know A ut'wigs hospital for wandering and homeless dogs,is Agent fir) tile State of Georgia for filttlc's, Qgt lg ;Spring! Beds and Mattrcsses-at N. Y. Pi'iecsj

1"1 .. To whom they ore addressed. the last pet scheme of sonic of tile hi1ib\) 'u indies -
: "
Why bleu!my""ull-here's something! strange ; otvbuglimd.: V"t S. B. HARRINGTON,

Whnt can the pn er menu The name of the last new cot$i. is .Elephant's

i I Br talking of the''KTOCUHII the m-een.broom" Breath.""It would.. be hard to imagine-.. the shade, Old Coeds Store Savannah: : Ga
That(fniidcrp'er from the ,'' f.' 178 Broughton Street Shcrloch's Dry ,
And here's a T Instead of It, name&. si/; may 103nl ,
t Wblen makes It rill ; ,
'We'U s'ek tbe ehad Inetead oC"shade;' Pearl, grey and azure blue are the fashionable
"holl""They instead of"hilI." colors for Turfs ladies' ---- ---- -------- itnllabasm: ibbrttiscnuitts.
And stockings' and boots of Sitlianun: : : gtbbtrtiscmtnffl.V .
look no"-what I recollect, black satin with gilt heels. ..J lrtu JOx1! nub lhilubtllrilia! bbrtiscmCl1N I

And Twa now i "swot"to Ihlnk and the then stupid'twas fool"kind, The farmers make the old bullets useful by I ALSTOVB WHOLESALE AND RETAIL(
them in ATIOi RYAN & ooh I
For "blnnd" has printed "blind, putting their butter and selling them ut 1. ,
work- '
Wat ever such provoking butter prices.
._ ',]'18 carious, by the byHow STORE.
any thing/ Is rendered blind? A church and school house in Henry county, { ..
By giving Han eye. Indiana, have been burned, because u negio WORIS WHOLESALE: DEALERS IN

l 'laot"Haat then thou no no tcnre cars"," the Instead T's left; out, preacher'",",,".f.' lately held, forth- -In. them--- by invitation.- I G. W. & 1\ JI SCOTT & CO.

t "I that thou art dear," H pnt Blot that he hears and reads deal
1 hope dead," says a great Nos. 239 and Wator Street, & Domestic Liquors
... "I hone that thou art about thecdunclancy, of the currency, but there Imported
ti Who ever saw in such a spacp and Peck Slip, EVE respectfully inform our lends that we are now re-
So many blunders crammed?" Is has not been a single reduud in his pocket Between Beckman Street a largo!: stock of ;
"Those ccntlo eyes bedimmed; spelt,
"Those gentle eyes bcdammed." "A Yoked and Ham-Shackled Congress" is a HEVJ YOm<. AND AGENTS FOR

Is "noec," title bestowed upon the National Legislature by
I I 'The color of the rosy SPRING m mmii I
"AITcctlon'1 I is "affliction/ ;" the :Springfield::; (Massachusetts) Republican.
likeness holds WATSON SANFORD Pre l I I wonder In fact as If the well an action I Aunt Betsy! says, "a newspaper is like a wife, JOAN TRUSLOW, vice 1'resldcnt! and Treasurer. KELLER'S CELEBRATED WHISKY

"Thou art a Mend," the n in (tone, because every man should have one of his own." J.SAM L. SEA111TKY, Supeiintondent of Works CODS r rAt
I Who ever would have deemed Aunt Betsy is right. S. UTTER, Secretary.
That such n trifling thing could change. Terre CSisutspagucs, &c,
A "friend" Into n "fiend. The 31st of December is tile favorite forgetting Sole manufacturers of
day the old stand In Tallahassee, where we Are prepared to
"Thou art the same" Is rendered "lame I', married iu :Scotland, und fully on -L\\'cn- Sanford's Challenge Heaters supply customers with all kinds of
It really 1 Ie too bad; i neW ui the weddings of the year occur on that aov 23w3w-sr STJR.EET',
And hero because nn I le out,
The-lovely maid" i Is "mad." j day.The Mammoth Heaters. Fashionable Dress Goods !
They drove her blind poking In'Au property in South Carolina, which was
eye,-a process ; COSMOPOLITE ,
And now they've gouged It out again, $100,000,000 iu IbliO! is reduced to :$:jOOUUIJOU.-, Grenadines! and Organdies
And made her crazy, too. Causes,.emancipation of slaves and the havocs of CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES. ,

"Where are the muses fled, that thon war.A. may 8-lf MUSLINS: AND PRINTS
{ Should lied! BO long unsun"." gentleman looking at a house on fire expressed BEACON LIGHT RANGES: ,
read ,'vision-hcre In-
"lIholll: "The fate! of woman's love la thine," authors, what were the names!V Ama Dick;: E. D. CO
An H commences "fate;" ens', ilowiit Burns I Cooldnff and Hcalinff Stoves,
How small\ a clrcuinHtnnce will turn .
A woman's love to hate. Some of the Frccdmeu's Bureau officers, who Adapted to all parts of tho world.ALeO IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IN Q. OCER..JES !

I'li read I WhAt shall I do! have been driving handsome turn-outs and fast
no more AHATS I) SUOI:
.r I'll\ never lure to send horses, are becoming very nervous about the report Crockery China & Glassware t
Tho paper's! scattered faroml wide- of Gen. yteedmuu.: ,
'Tia now too late to mend it. AND CAPS,
O. farnelthoucheatothumanblisalWhy! I 1 "Nonchalant" means the peculiarly! indifferent STOVE HOLLOW WALK 109 TJUOUGIITON STREET .
did I overwrite I II ,
wish my poem had been burnt I look which is put on only by men who never
Before It saw the light.Let's pay when dunned tor money, and is possibly, a -AND- (NEAU BULL) CIsOblijI-Ilr ( -
r corruption of non shall out UNION STOVE pout:+U. .
stop and recapitulate; .
Pea dlm'd my eyes that's plain j "March winds and showers SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
I'm told her shoe a lunatic April" WM. P. SLUSSER, Agcut II :JJ: :.. ..JR.JD"V JR..E,
And blind, and deaf, and lame, Bring forth May flowers ,
Was ever such a horrid hash But then, to finish the cadenza, march 23-3m ._._________ riSE: INVOICES OfWHITE CUOCKEHY
In poetry or prose? They also bring the iullueuzu 1 1launch I ,
I've said silo was a fiend, and praisedThe
]. 3Plill2xca.oT3pla.ln: : : : GJXA.NIT32
color of her nose.

I wish I had that editor One of our Tennessee Exchanges describes another PAINT AND VARNISIWOE1KS. / .Agrieulunil{ Implements,
About a half a minute, as "holding its left hand uuder the swallowtail Oil;, Cnnunan( and Glass'' 1'are(! .
I'd BAND him to his heart's content, I
And with an II begin it. of its constiiuiigiial dignity, and extending S1.: tic.': de. Swi
I'd JAM his body eyes and bones, the white nose-\\iper of interrogative pathos iu III Store nnd to Arrive. i I "
AndBpellitvltb.aD. its right. I AT TJllS
And send him to that hill of his-
The constant occurrence of co.ntestell. ca-!
'" ses reminds one ol uie remark ot' a gentleman m SPEAR &. BONAFFON CASH PRICES !
A SUort Sermon from n Ilurd-Slicll Hap "That ti7"Goods Repacked for Country Trade ..:n
list I'rcuclicr. reference to unjust testamentary ,
The following will be read again with side- laws should be passed to make dead men behave MANCFACTOKKIIS OP npl B-Oin Having! Vranth of our house in K.w York
themselves." __ we are prepared to furnish goods: of ell kinds iu:any.iianlily -
splitting effect. r.t the shortest uctico, sad ou the most fldvtuu'sjjuouaCASH
'There's nine men a, stand in' at the door, and It is a curious t f.ict that in sacred l history the PARAFFiNE OiLS! TII03. nOLCOMDE.: FRED.: M. MULL I terns.
: I
: : : : ; :
all sed take in tliere'n.
they they'd sluigar age, death and burial of only one woman, barah,
Sich friends and bretlierinj, was the talk, in II.wurdly the wife of,Abraham, i is distinctly noted. Wo I ADVANCES DElIodgldss
Wool Rosin Gas
cents, wonst common in this our aiuslunt man's age ever since appears not to have been a Machinery, Lubricating: TOM

land; but the dais is gone by, and the suns run subject tor history or aiscussion. and lard Oils, .* OS COTl'OX BHIPPDO

dry, and no man can say to his naber, hoo art EiOLOOMBE(} 1 & GO.
thou, man, and will you take any more shugar A little girl, showing her cousin, about four PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PARAFFINE VARNISH, : : Scott fc Co.
iu your kaughphey' 3'carsold u star, said : "That star you see up

But, the words of our tex has a difrunt and a there is bigger than this world. "iSo\ it ain't;" WAGON GKKASE NEW YORK.

more perticklereer meenin than this. Thar they said she yes" it is." "Why, then, don't it kedpilie (THOS. IIOLC03IBE, 'ESTABLISHED 1330,) _Jnuly! _

stood at the dorc on a cold winturs mornin, two rain off/
all Kinds
White Lead and Colors of
hiss and twolllethodiss and five Luilillrillns ,
4A and The Washington Artillery and the famous
the toother one was a publikin. And they AND DEAI.EKS IX NEW
Eighth Louisiana regiment are reorganizing for OLD STAND GOODS.
all with vois sed
one they'wouldn't dirty their the purpose of taking care of their disabled survivors ,
I feet in a dramshop, but it the publikiu would go and removing to their former homes their
and git the drinks they'd pay for 'em. And they gallant, dead buried elsewhere.An Rosin, Southern Pitch, r
,a all cried out and every man sed, 'I'll take mine 181 BAY STREET:
It with shugar, for it won't feel good to drink the Irish emigrant, hearing the sunset gun at ,

stuff without sweetnin. So the publikin he Portsmouth, asked a sailor; "What's that?"- ILLUMINATING OILS, BEXZIffE, &c, PRATORIUS & CLARK, /' ,

marched in and the bars keeper sed, 'What want "Why, that's sunset," was the reply. "Sunset: !I" 4

ye?' and he answered and sed: 'A drink.' 'How exclaimed Pat, "and does the sun go down in this i 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE, :"J n) dp1t'J.J l n tJ; .

will you have it J' .'Plane and straight,' says he, country with such a bang as that, nnm \
'for akat it aint no use wastin shugar to circumsaliv- To CURE HOARSENESS.-Take the white of I' !HI.ADiur.PMd. 1. QJ 'i g)
ate rtis. But there's nine more a standin'
two and beat them with fwo spoonfulsof march !4-Cm
eggs up
at the dare, and. they all sed they'd take shugar
white in a little then adda .
in there'n. sugar; grate nutmeg; TALLAHASSEE FLA. ;

Friends and brethering, it aint only the likkerof pint of luitewann water. Repeat the prescription Hoclgkiss Scott & Co. FORWARDING AND "
sperits that is drunk in this rounuerbout and if necessary, a11llt will cure tile most obstinate ,
case of hoarseness in ft short time.A -
under hand way, but its likker of all sorts of human -i
wikednis m like Thars the likker WAKNIXO POLITICAL. Tell ,
manner. I me, angelic Commission Iflerchants :
of mallis, that a drinks of love shall receiving .fine IIIBortmellt or Clothe Cns- i
the hosts swindle
menny uv you to ye messengers printers NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. .XS Vesttnge Linen Goods, '
Clothing end
dregs, but yure sure to sweeten it with shugarof here below have no redress above i'" 8leV1iEi.2.part, of the following] Fur- :

avarlss than sum keeps behind the cm-tin tor The shining angel band replied- TrIOS nODOKISS, late of IlambcHon Brothers, Baltl- Flue Black Black lJooekln.FaneI BlUB Broadcloths; ......I I
constant use, but 'they always has it well mist "To is knowledge.given delinquents the more SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Blue Spring CD8.lmer. .
us on
Flullneie .1
; : Black Drap date
O. W. SCOTT, of linn of G W. Fcott & Co., Tallahassee ;i' .
with the sweetin uvprudensand ekonimy. Thars printer's book can never enter heaven" D. H. POOLE of linn of Poolo Jfc Babbitt, Bnliibridgo Ou. Black and Colored Italian fClotbl; "
the likker of self luv that some men drinks by the W. O. POOLE;, of arm of G. W. Scott & Co., Tallahassee, White Whito! Colored and Fancy Linen .>.
The most extraordinary instance of patienceon and Fancy Linen Drill'Si.
gallon, but they always puts in it lots uv the shu Fla. apt!3-Sm Black and Brown Silk Mixed '
gar uv take keer No. 1. And thars the record, modern times, is that of an Illinois Fancy and \V bite Marseilles Coatings;
lastly ---
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hkker of extortion, which the man sweetens ac-, judge, who listened silently for two days while a Special attention given to the nab of all kinds of lallllgnsm gibfacrftscmcnts. Black Silk Velvet and Silk Vesting.;
cording to sirkumstances. couple of wordy attorneys contended about the While, Brown and Buff Linen Shirts '\, _
Ithe'e in the flour Linen
-SOUTHERN PRODUCE, Paper Collars, Lisle Threw
line he'll the pore'll be construction ot an act ol the legislature: and then Cotton and Merino i
say better off eatin korn nalt Rose
bread; U'he s in the cloth'line, why it's a good ended the controversy by quietly remarking and to the purchase and shipment of 4'ensacola and Gco., R R. Fine! Cotton amid Gnuze Merino;t"nderablrte !
Fine ""
thin:? to larn 'em to make their cloth at home ; "Gentlemen, the law is repealed. Household and Plantation GO( csU'tres! .; ,. 4'J- Colton r'JAIlltJ: Fine! and JCollS Merino t"nderablrtl
II'he Ii in the ]ether line, it'll lama 'em the necd- It Is said that in New South Wales an '(.i.Wf;- .. __.....,_ _.._ radkekrehiefaJilack! and Kid ;
rcssity of taking better kecr us shoos. 'And old maid is a much rarer animal than a black Implements, }] uder and Fancy Silk Ties and Cray;:
biiBp Cashmere
there s nine more a standin'! at the dore, and they swan. It !Is asserted that the fair emigrants; from CHANGE OF SCHEDULE Ovmhlrta;
all sed the'd take shugar hi thcre'n. England receive offers marriage through speak. MACHINERY &C --: :_ I ALSO A rrsa LOT or '

But friends and brethering, thar's a time com- ing trumpets before they land from the ships; and TAI.LAUASSEE: :, April 10,1800.ON ( I MEN YOUTHS AND BOYS'
in and a place fixin, whar thar'll be no 'standin' ifshe accepts the proposal she signifies by hold RCFERCXCC&i: AND AFTER THIS DATE, TUB TRAINS OX
at the doro' to call for I'cnBucolu mid Georgia Jtulrond11I run a* fol BOYS'ISPRINGANDSUMMER.f
'shugar in ther'n. Butthey'll the
she to
wedding ring
ing up finger expects :MELIUS CURRIER & CO., New York. lows:
have to go rite in and take the drink be placed.A .1. I,. MOORE, Grimm Geo. 11
J square up to the t front; and the barkeeper'll be BRYANT t'KOOM, iiioatgomcry, Ala Leave Qulnrv at. ... .... .. .... ........ .... .. 4./SO A M. .. E INGI'.
old Satun:! and nobody else; and he'll give 'em COOL PnOl'OAITION.-The Boston Ice companies A. BOND, llucou: (/00.. Arrive ut Tullahaaseeat.... .......,.........,. 6.85 inch 57-tf 3
shugar in ther'n,'you'd better believe it. and It'll were recently consolidated, and havingthe .E. DONDj.oIllcon. Oco..IAS. Ala Leave Tiillabaaiiee ..... .....................7.00 "
be of led and monopoly of the market, the price of ice is WIHTyiELD: Demol'olls. Leave Madison! at .... .... ............ ........10.50 '
your bhugar name' Conshunce red hot dodger.led at that And, as shureas raised to an exorbitant figure. Bo excited are ''I hnf, ot. Worida, Talla- Arrive at Luke City at.... .................... 2.05 P. M. New Orleans, Apalachicola] and
be entitled to your rashuns three times a day if the Bostonians, that they are discussing the project I-ance. THOS.Company E. HAMDLETOX, Baltimore l'ros't Maryland Fire oct 21-tf Ja8ur. Leave Lake City at..WESTWARD...... .................... T.fflS A.M. St. Walks

not more frequentlier, and if don't like it of a company to go in quest of floating ice- ,_ Leave Nudlsonat... ............. ...:...,...10.50 "
you'll have to lump it you bergs and tow them into Boston Harbor To -T c Arrive nt 'TalluhasBue ....... ................ 3.35 P. M. --
... and so may the old Nick iTnllaljassct bbttlisrnulll/ Leave Tullalmbnoo ............ ............. 8.00 Regular
close down upon all silk render the enterprise doubly remunerative, .... ... Semi-Monthly Packet.
your palaverin around -- Arrive at Quiiicy .... ,....... ... 4.50 "
the plane ole of brotherly lay, and ginirosity pleasure parties are to be taken out_on each trip. BT. MARKS TRAIN -.--,

and fcller-feelin, and fair play Amen THOMAS HAYWARD, Leave Tallahassee at,.... ... ........ ..., ...? 7.80 A. Y. Tan iTEAM UIJC -
"Tom, how did you do when you popped the Arrive at Kt. Marks at........ ....... ..,... 9.00; ;
question'" "Why, you know, I went to see Commission Iflerchant Leave I St.: Mark aat........ .... .... .... ........12.IX M..
"NONE Btrr THE BRAVE.At the ball in Quit- her, and found her sitting on the sofa. I sat downright Arrive l'al1ubllll"ee at... .... ................ 1.30 P. II.S3"Half .
man a few nights ago, a young Confederate who close to her and slipped my arm around her TALLAHASSEE, : an hour will be given on the arrival of tho care "
had lost a leg in battle chanced, In passing amid "Good "drew her close me" at Tallahassee fur Dinner, going from und coming this way
waist" !1" to
the dancers to place the up On the East tide of Jlfonroa Street, ojtposite mold A line of BtU'-ea betneuu Quincy,liuiuhridge Albany ,
of his wooden
substitute extremity "sweet 1" "she put her little curly head over Styml, and between MunUcfllu and Thoinauvllld, will connect
upon the hem of the drees of one of the against my shoulder"-"Delicious 1" and I bent with the tralna. I

most elegantly attired and charming young la; down and kissed her pretty little lips. "Bull,)'." I HAVE RECEIYED FOR SAtE, A SMALL LOT OF RODERT WALKER
dies in the room, by which her skirt was badly choice Liquors: may!Mf Ouu'l Hiiperlutendunt.P F1 L =
torn Old Wheat, Bourbon and Rye Whisky t Old Cognac :J; LZ-D.A.
When Mr. the American Minister ,
Livingston, Brandy ; Old Sherry, Madeira and Claret Wlncn!
"Dear me I" exclaimed her partner-a nice who was quite deaf, was introduced at the Court case only. ROACH' Commander,
young;man, whose experience with balls never of Napoleon, he had! prepared to answer the ques E. S. & CO.'I Bitter! COCk Tall and Mint Julep; ndd Ic WILL LEAVE ST. MARKS FOR NEW ORLEANS
extended beyond the ball-room. the would ask I Champagne (Pt's and Q' )-by tile casa only. Lively and Sale Stable the l8'and l ISth, ou the arrival of ear*, touching
"That awkard tion he supposed Emperor ia- r& Rye and Whest 'VWakyby the barrel at; ApaliuiliicoU the *d and 18th and Ie& ellll1. da. ,..
fellow has torn your dress" gard to his passage across the Atlantic Will lean New Orlean&.tor St. kaduca the Sib and tad
-Has he?" Well, no matter The best skirt Napoleon accosted: him thus t 1 HAVR WAXY DEBTS DUE !BIB TALLAHASSEE FLA, It and S A. M., touchln.c et.ApeLchicok' o.tks 0tII Fop, 2et'. .
I have fc Ict too good, for a for the hero "How Is Mr. Jefferson" leaving same days ,
carpet Of long standing and would be gratified to know whe can AOIXTB.:: '' '
who lost: a limb la defense of Dix a" "Very boutaroual very boiiterousl'1 replied or will pay me inyUilne. Call and tee me, and tell me \ SONS Buggies! Carit A. DENHAM.. Ft )!:ukl.
"Balance! UP' exoUiaxsiJ the fiddler'. llr. Livingston, to the greet amu mflat of t.1rwe what you cn ply;: if it U but *' e\llltitn the dollar I shall rlageaandllarnsaealwmye! I W. O. PORTER & CO.. ApaUoUcok.. I
', And: they balance nt. jI"'cs t* content( on hand and for. sale! 1"0lIT HOBBY, 1111l1r.vter 'r, raw ,! '
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