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 31, 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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: By Shober & Oliver TALLAHASSEE: THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1866. New Series-Vol L-No 93:


lIbnnllnh 2btriiStn1tnts.. Uff Iu)ODd Skctrlie and Personal Ilentlinlcehcc ing on it's mother's breast, for a few hours EXACTLY.
m1\c c 1 J tUihttl of l>lntinciii>Uca Membcru of the
mti.1ttI1IU written and
Georgia lljir. No. 3. before his dissolution ; he suddenly] awakened Here is good thing, well excellently

; DRUGS DRUGS and gently articulating, ':mi .. Master it'l conceived J.
1838, DRUGS !
IN )
ESTABLISHED Written f the Sentinel.
,;+1 ( jr ) come,,and am ready; "fen psleep i in J caus." We were favored a few days,.since with a

[\'I PUBLISHED WHOLESALE ROBERT M. CIIARLTON; Comment is unnecessary lie died In 1853, letter from a very )worthy .gentleman, who

'fr ,Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday AND RETAIL. A writer 'of biography, liko the historian, Ho must have been nearly fifty years of age honored us with a grea, deal of gratuitousadvico !
should be I fear that the affection relative] the in which the
THE impartial. at tho time ol his death,although his smoothe to manner'
(t -TERMS-CASH IN ADVANCE : LARGEST STOCKIN with which the subject of this sketch in- face and placid countenance, indicated ]loss Southern press and people should. deport

Per Annum-three times a week. ". ,.,..,,... .".....$d00 THE STATE OF GEORGIA. 'pired mo, will be but too apparent, even to ; The long funeral procession that accompanied themselves at this time. Our adviser evidently -
...... ....... ....... years. ( "
Do.twice week..... ... 400 the most casual reader. It could well be said should] imitate the early -
Do. onoeawcek.... ........ .......... ..., 4 00 his remains to thp.tomb, evincedthe beljvcs that we "
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT JfErf- of him, "none knew him but to ]love. regards of his fellow-citizens and the estimation Christians! as well as thin 'Covenanters,
ADVERTISING, and l'errllmerles.Trnlses He was a chrIStian gentleman. Not as in the times of Claverhonse, and for, a-
RATES OF Surgical Instrument*, Dye Stuff\ Flavoring in which he was held by tho community weep
(TO :BB PAID FOR IN" .A.lDV.A.N'Cra. Extracts, &c., Ac. cetic-but always kind, and good!, and l, Amia- in which he was born, and in whichhe our dead w Hero the voice of our lamentation*

One square ((13. .Nonpareil...........lines.... ..or...less....)..for....the....lint...$1 00 Solo,Agent Ayer's for Preparation Hulmltold'e, Extract Jayno'B of Preparations Buchn and,Parsaparilln Kuss'- ble. There was a power of .gentl fascination lived and died.It shall not: offend tho ears of Jacobins and
Each insertion enb.equcnttneertion' ...........,,.............. 75 St. Domingo Bitter and Preparations, Hoollnnd's German about him that was perfectly irresisti is a remarkable coincidence that he recited Radicals. All 'such indiscretions: as piously
Bitters Kcatorer.
Estate and Legal! Notices to be charged the same as hompson's nnd I'hnlon'a ble. Having been honored with his friendship the bones of dead .
transient advertisements, except Notice ofDllmll' Hair Preparations and Toilet rtleleR) Well's Strengthen a touchingly! appropriate poem nt the gathering up Confederate(
akin as Administrator,for which the charge shall be 18 00 ing trade.Plasters and all other Patent Medicines before the (though much his junior in age) and experienced dedication of "Laurel-Grove cenjetcry;" and soldiers; and strewing flowers upon their
Obituary Notices, Tributes of Ucspect and Marriages his kindness I necessarily ]loved humble graves, shoulJ'bo avoided.
charged as advertisements ALSO, was tho first to find :a grave within its hallowed ,
him much Ho wrt9! a Poet withal. precincts. There he sleeps, with an Neither should wo make much ado about
:i: |lrofcstionnl anb Dnsintss Qltr;: The most extensive and complete etocti or ; Listen to the soft drains of his "Only] unpretending head stone to mark his resting the great renown of Stonewall Jisckson'for

one night at Sea," composed on the occasion with the simple 'ordlinscribed the these demonstrations do much /Kar. n"
PCELCIt place,
':: .. A. ;J. aot Zanw, PAINTS, of the loss of the steamer "Pulaski"-and) of tribute of conjugal love, "My husband, ROBERT To all this we have .but one..response to
: : "
his "Let tho Banner-men advance, pro- No ostentatious make. The Southern people, although der
' TAIXAUAHSEE, FLORIDA.Office Oils, Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors, Artietunndralntore' monument -
&,, Blairs over the Slate Bank. Office hours Materials to be found in nny cection of the South, and at nounced in connection with an address delivered no flaunting epitaph. The beautiful nied nearly all the rights and privileges of
i'ii' from 9 tau to 1 p. m, and from 3 to 5 p. m, prices which absolutely defy competition. before the "Young Men's Christian simplicity of the conception is in such good American citizens, are rendering to the Fed
oct !l&-6m Association" of Washington when eral laws and Constitution obedience
"; GLASS. City, taste, and so illustrative of the gentle sim- a respectful -
: EDWIN A. 1IAKT, Judge CHARLTON was Senator from Georgiaand plicity, and purity rind modesty, of his own which is worthy imitation at Wash

. '.' ILttortioy; : a.1; LnW. Every variety cf Olnsd French and German Plate, Stained bf other sweet poems. And yet, hew character.As ington. They are paying their taxes, although

'i MADISON, FLA. Judicial Cir Cut and Sky Light Ulna, single and double thickness.Pure I as geiiidl itnd mirthful, and very fond of jurist, Judge: CHARLTON was profound, they) ,are denied all, the advantages of
In the Courts of
,cult.Will practice feb 15-tf indulging in innocent puns. I remembertwo : conscientious and indefatigable. lIe ascended icpresentationj. : and they are a law-abidiog

w. II. WIIITNCK' French Brandies, which I will venture to give by way of the Bench of his native State, when he people. -

, .! .11orn.ey; : a.1; LttiW, illustration: One day passing by a book- had scarcely attained his 2&th year. He But we scorn and spit upon .all the at-
LADI90NFLA. Wines and Whiskies, seller's store; with his friend G--; who re- subsequently filled every post of honor that tempts which merciless, ungenerousand tyrj;
., marked, "P-- (the bookseller) is a rising annical revolutionists are making to dictate '
"'l1Il'racLlce In the Courts of the Middle Circuit. he would, accept. The confidence of all with
doe_2a-tf For Medicinal for General purposes use.BruchFoucher. ; and a large enpply other Liquors man, he is getting ahead iapidlr. Judga whom he came in contact; in his integrity, to us where our sympathies; affections and

4 JAS. D. wcsrcoi'T, CIIAULTON quitely responded, "how is that, was unbounded. Juries listened to his sorrows Arc concerned. "Treason can never
Lieu when he stationary?" Tho best be made odious" vile and at-
.A.11orn.oy; : a.1; & CO.'SOHAJ1PAGNES. keeps partof ments, and even statements, when argn-I by impudent
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. the joke is, that G--, (who was a great peared1 before them a< an advocate, tempts to dictate to tho, Southern people]
Office in the :Moiirou Building, opposite the store mayS-tf of Mr. : admirer of Judge CIIARLTON) meeting other plicit credence ; knowing that CnXRUTON : where questions of sentiment and feeling are'!'

A, Hopkins .- friends during the course of the day, attempted would never mislead or deceive them. It is concerned.

f.u l afmnlrlll -'tJbtrti tmtnt try Solo, viz Agent: Carte of D the'Or only, Luc true D'Or imported and Sillery Brands,pronounced In tho COli by II- to relate what had transpired, by inquiring needless to add that he was almost] universally I Those who advise us to try concessions,

I all connoisseurs superior to any heretofore In line. of them, "have you heard CHARLTOS'S successful in his advocacy of causes.Tiuth .- humility and "reticence," with Radicals] and

last ?" On being: replied to in the negative, Jacobins, aro utterly ignorant of the historyof
Special Agent for the American Vintage Company, and a was his polar-star, in all he said and
Neufville Butler & Co large! stock of tlulr celebrated California brnnda coiiHtnntly he proceeded to state that] passing P's book- did. He enjoyed a largo and lucrative practice such parties. The leaders of such :partiesare
ou store in tho morning he had remarked to but amassed a very small fortnne. His as merciless as wolves. They triumphas

My special arrangements with Manufacturers and Im- 1'iiARLTOK that P-- was a rising man and private memorandum book disclosed after long as they are opposed by timid conser-
SBOCtaSOIIS TO W. a. W1LLUM5J porters of the North and in Europe, warrant me in not
ahead To which CIIARL- vative Let read
only guaranteeing the absolute Purity and Qcnuincss of getting rapidly. his decease, that he had dispensed thousands parties. our correspondent
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS r.itilj my entire Block lIues,goods but also enable at first mu cost to prices-In sell any of Home the abovementioned lines TON had replied, "how is" that, when he keeps annually in charities! ; of which even.luB fam- the history of the Jacobin party in Franceand
&c lIe waited for the ho will find that it all
even lees than tran.pOl Intlon. books, papers, pens, ily had not been previously aware, although triumphed over
laugh, but none came. "Well, said he,there communicative other who opposed it with timid conservative appeals -
kind and in respects,
JAWWKITCH An examination of my prices. will euBtaln these state- it when Ckarlton said it butI and ar uments.
meats in every particular was a point and on other subjects, to the l last degree, in ;
don't know where it is now !I" Both the the family-circle. It would have been foreignto Snch parties must be takenby tho tnrdat

EX. PARLOR AND OFFICE FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.W. admirer and the admired, the two friends, his nature to have been otherwise. He and strangled; They must be denouncedand
have long since reached "that bourne whenceno unkind The law-stu- pursued as enemies of the human family.
111. WALSH, traveler returns !I" never was admitted any one. member bf the And 'cw Johnson understood the wisdom; of
< dent and tho newly
:'J STOVES I! S. E. Corner Barnard and Broughton Streets, The other pun was perpetrated one sum- profession, always received words and acts of this offensive policy when he grappled Sum-

SAVAINNAII GKO. mer's day, Judges CHARLTOS and UARDEK cheer and encouragement from him. His ner and Stevens, as a policeman would two

*&r AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN THE feb &- 1n ,___ _._ were leaving Judge C's office to go to tho favors were invariably so dispensed, that the veteran offenders Jackson, and boldly denouncedthem.
,, coiut-room. Judge C. had on a thin coat recipient was almost! made to feel and believe Andrew dealt with his po-
accident had in litical enemies in the same way and crushed
which by some split
HOUSEFURNISHING BUSINESS J: H BANDEUSON. C...K.. ...WILKINSON. ...... .... that Judffi Charlton, and not himself,
... ... ...... ........ the back. On Judge HARDEN calling his at- wa? the beneficiary. But I did not intend to a party far moro formidable than the Radi

Street tention to the fact, Judge CHARLTON promptly write so must desist.! cals. 'Tue Know Nothing party was a giantin
145 Broughton a panegyric,
.j it "Oh! strength until Governor Wise inaugurated
acknowledged by naively remarking,
all remind
of us
S NDERS N & WILKINSON "Lives great men
BATANNAH, GA. ; ; it is nothing nnnbual-rents are always in We may make our lives sublime, a fierce, merciless, relentless war upon the
arrears" And Footprints, departing the leave Bands behind of, Order, and it died like a huge serpent in his

j: All orders prempUJlI11ed at the lowest market pike,. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Wherever CHARLTON was, there was a grip.
that another.
halo, without hi's ever descending. to that Sallmg Footprints o'er life'perhaps soluuin main, So must the revolutionists be met and

Apt Sent which wys undignified; arid ceftainly never A forlorn shipwrecked brother" conquered now. North and South, all Union
shall take heart
I1AllNESS AND S SAnnLIUl 1 l 1 Y' to anything approaching the low or vulgar. Seeing- again. C. P. C. loving, honest, conservative, God fearing men
M, G. EHRLICH, His literary and other public addresses, (of ..-. must draw the sword and castaway the scab

WBOLISALI DEALER IX- which he delivered many) are all sweet, and LETTER FROM Mas. T. J. JAcnsoN.-The bard. With the desperate, lawless men who

chaste, and beautiful-manifesting the poetic following ]letters speak for themselves and have seized the vessel of State there can be
Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods. UNDER ST. ANDREWS HALL, vein of the author. His style of delivery will be read with deep interest by all : no compromise-no terms of honorable ca-

TRIMMING UtES, Silks AND WHITE fOODS; wns in keeping with his composition. The Avon's OFFICE, ) pitulation. They have seized the ship dishonored -

ulot'tment1'Rl CHTON STREET first time lever. saw: hill was when a child, CITY OF MOBILE, May 18, 1866. }J the 'stars' and stripes," and run up
Constantly on a large
BRO tho black flag of Anarchy Disunion; and
I accompanied my father to the court room, Editors Advertiser and Register : *
) lD!; AND TTKTIUWiTED and listened Judge CIIARLTON'B defence ofa Revolution They have proposed no compromise
tried for Trio I have this day received from Mrs. T. J. < to the South that does, not mean infamy i
SAVANNAH GEORGIA mulatto boy arson. earnestness ; ,
Goods. ,
Straw the
llatSjCaps Bonnets & letter acknowledging receiptof
,fir ; ; Jackson a Dishonor
of the Advocate, the pathos of the Speaker her Degradation, Negro Equality -
sent through me to by
I Every description of may 8-tf acquitted the prisoner, without his doing the amount Disfranchisement and Confiscation.-
'Mobile.. Whilst requestingthat
violence to truth. Tho last timo I saw him, the citizens President Johnson, sustained by the great
; FANCY irnHnbnsstC \ibbtttistmtnis. after when myself memberof I would not publish 1tter, begs mass of the respectable politicians of the
was ,
many years
J. .A.T 'WHOLESALE I the samo profession, 1 sought him at his that I will make a grateful acknowledgmentto North, has: determined to rescue the ship of

Country Mildest s Supplied-Orders Promptly Attended to. S.A..DJLE: office to advise with him on a case in which the citizens of Mobile. I cannot do such so State from these men. His policy will here

I we were associated, and which I was aboutto more appropriately than by copying I after be aggressive, because, it is the only one
of her letter as I feel she would not
portions !
HARNESS AND CARRIAGE proceed to Florida to represe' t. He was promiscsultimate success
UNDER ST. ANDREWS' HALL, unusually sad.] I tapped at the glass-door at object to having published. We believe that so far as tho Southern

the head of the stairs which led into tho Yours, very truly; people are concerned, thero is neither honornor .
T o :To r fit o: :ix Stroot; ;, ESTABLISHMENT.T GEORGE A. KETCUCM, safety in "ret'cence" and
a room which he generally occupied. lIe look "respectful ac
4 DOOR FROM BROUGHTON, Acting Mayor of Mobile. We aro the victims of monstrous
OXB ed up, nnd invited me in, and met me kindly quiescence.
e GA. his wont. Ho was alone, and most ungenerous outrages, and the
cordially, as! was
fSAVANNAH COTTAGE HOMB, N.C., May 9, 1836.My .
and after we had dispatched business, ho j revolutionists, iu showing their malignant

may 10-U ______ of DAVE Goods:JUST, consisting RECEIVED of A LARGE ASSORTMENT pressed me to remain lon er. He temal ked Dear Sir : detestation of us, are trampling upon the

that he was not well; and went on to say, not I Your letter of January 10th, enclosing a Constitution to effect our degradation and

A. C. LOMELINO, Gentlemen's Fine Double,and and Single Ladles'Harness Saddles,, murmuringly but in a soft, sad tone, "withme ch"(.V fir seven hundred and sixty-eight dollars ruin. The allegiance which we owe to tho

DEALER IX Bridles, Collars, and Whips, it is work, work, work. I shall not and and seventy-five cents, has just been received Constitution and laws of the United State

Provisions Shoe Saddle Findings Cloths of every description" rest, until I find it in the grave" I tried to having been forwarded from! Stanton, is not due to those who have deliberately

Groceries, Leather Traveling of Satchels itt1klnd,and, Trunks, cheer him, and left While in Florida, I Va. I regret that the long delay in reach- trampled those laws under foot. .

LIQUORS< Saddle and Harness Hardware, heard of bill illness. On my return to Savannah ing me has given you cause for thinking me It is as much our duty to protect those
Carriage TrlinnilngH Uwsasitis Andrew Johnsohn's and it it
Wagon and Bu.ory lluhs, a fortnight after, ho was! so ]low th it indifferent and ungrateful. ,
GROCERY LINE. Buggy Shafts, Bpokes( and Rims, his e ik e right and proper that, wo should denounce
AND EVERY OTEHR ARTICLE IN THE Axles and borings, all were refused admittance to room, save
UNDUE MASONIC HALL,, Buggy\: the few besides his family, who wero permitted But as you say, "it is a free will New our calumniators, defamers i and traducers.:
CARRIAGES AND BVQOIE$ to nurse him. A day or two after, he Year's offering and expresses tho deep and They are not the Government, and it is to

Corner Bull St, and Congress S't. Lane, '! was a corpse.I sincere sympathy for the family of the soldier that, and not to its enemies, we owe obedi
Of every description.Machine. whilst living, ence. When the people of tho South failedto
'BAVAffftAlI: GEORGIA. have said that he was a decided chiistian. whom you delighted to honor
; Work made to order and Repairing done with dis His life showed it. The family-altar at whichhe and whoso memory is still, held in grateful achieve that national independence for

may !S2-8m Agent for patch.Wheeler & Wilson's and Howe' SEWING officiated morning and night]! attested it. remembrance," I cannot refuse to accept it. which they battled for four years, their fail-

BRADLEY HILL & 00 MACHINES. J. E. PURDY.BLACKSMTH11C, Even on tho circuit, he bowed before his Indeed I could not and have not declinedany ure entailed no disgrace neither does our renewed
oct 26-tr
devotion retie testimonials of gratitude fealty! require that we should] sacrifice
God, and engaged in his _on such Ipvoand ,
( !Merchants 1
Commission ring to and rising from his couch of rest, it to the memory of my precious Imsbanci. a single feeling or sentiment of manliness -
SAVANNAH, GA. mattered not who were present, or bow many to the dictation of such men as those a

'TE HAVE CbllMODIOUS FIREPROOF WARE Fm'S occupied tho same room. His quiet and unostentatious For t118 kind words of sympathy expressedin whom tbe President has most justly de-
'If houses, and are prepared to store Cotton''We Naval Stores H. B. & CO. yet profuse charities cxemple- letter, I tender to you am} to those nounced as wicktd and malignant "disunion-
-In, quantities. will make your
and Produce generally any "
liberal cash advance on all consignment to us We can ARE NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE EVERY_ DE- fied his religion. His pastor ascertained the you represent, my sincere thanks, and assuro ists" and "enemies of their country. -Rich.

.T lowest furnish prices.Fertilisers Bacon and Produce generally may W6mNOTICE at tho of drv donor of the five dollar gold pieces which you that it is a comfort, and strengthens mo mond Tints, 19th.
DL .CKSlUtTIUNG appeared when the plate was handed aroundfor to bear my great loss, to be the recipient of 4' .

TO In the best manner, and as low as the cost of material, &c. tho benefit of the poor, by observing that so much affection, kindness and generosity On the occasion of a terrible shipwreck,
p :X* -flL 3XT T 33 a. s I will admit of. They have secured the service of some of they were there when Judge CHABLTON was from oar noble-hearted Southern people. when all the efforts of the Captain, rind( crew

The Best Smiths in the State. in attendance, and when ho happened to be Yours, very truly, seemed unavailing to avert the c mint fate,' .

WANTING SCh OOLS.AVINO guaranteed Those who entire may favor satisfaction us with, their patronage ivlll be absent, and the plato was passed around that M. A. JACKSON. we recollect an old lady going up to the skipper -

APPOINTED- SUPERINTENDENT l'i'rtlhop nearly opposite the Post Office. they were missing. The needy and erring To GEORGE A. KXTCBUM, ,wringing ber hands in desperation, and
II of Public Schools for Freedmen In the tab s-tr always found in him a friend, and enlarged Acting Mayor Mobile. exclaiming, Kh) Captain, aro we really ,in
State of Florida wishing, In the Teachers place of and L. M.Teachers Hobbs Plows and Plow Iron. religion an advocate and example. Bigotry .e.. : such danger 1" "Yes, ma'm," answered he- ,

penonji wlahlne!:Schools will address me through the .:. to, It,150 and 50 Plow; bad no place in his soul. llil life was Some of the copper'stock-holder, are irn, "we must trust in Providence now." "Goociv 'i
1 Post Office and when present, will find in* at NOS. 8-lnch elM Half Shovel Pknr j of those God 1" the it com -> "
the Methodist,FanoMJr*, la IhU city. Hula Wld Iron beautiful his death-'serene and triumphant patient! for tne 'par" my days securities. WM pious rejoinder, 'h.s 'iI

K. B. DUNCAN For sale byhhe"t' B. MLOANII3S; .t CO. He had been slumbering] like a child eleep .-Boston Post. to this at Jut ,l" .
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Jifhf l. Correspondence.rnovt .
'WhC0d t1tdttti Washington close with
find a very sensible article in the shape of an earnest not an Improbable Incident should It ,
-- appeal to the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, to [ OUH owJf r---CORTtESI'ONDEN1'.] the expulsion of Austria and tho revindication of I WIlOLMilj: A1.B BCIirj. CEALTR IXWines -

'VY SIIODEBCheapest & aLl VER. reduce its rates of charges which are now so high national independence at tho end of half a centu

..,J .. Ito make traveling a luxury within the reach of Veto of Ihe Cohradf TWWrofci* Defeat of tIIo ; ry. Tho vision of euch a dazzling termination of

.. Newspaper in the State. I only\ a few. .The Banner, very justly remarks, the T/iaddcut Sennte-Stetent Mr. }Wado'GmMiHional\ / SubttiMt Amendment for ItOjcct tn i I long life of political strife! and patriotic slrdgglc GROO'I'RIBS

that "Our people, at present, are poor and unable of Santa Anna'i riyttothh CO'I1'f1f17l-Rc'i has fastened upon his Imagination, and has found

'XTiroe Times a \Veelc.$0\ 16 travel at such enormous rates if they have BUTtS of oar Intrrfercnre tn, Fa.rr.rrcf Santa Anna utterance tn emphatic declarations which havft

... .... ... .... ... '
Twioo n "VVoelcAVoelc ....... .J. and Mirtmlian-T/ie Scnafe Permit liquors &c.
havo been
occasion to from one Again fallen from liiin and : published ,
station to another
O t\ .. ......I.'TALL'AHASSEi..,...... .. .. .. ... ... go they the, rrinMent to Rtjfin flM Power of Appmnlni'nt. recently ,
: : sayc' their in the But the presslnn of
can money by using own conveyance,. dally papers e TLA
gTIiurs : and if 1 llicy ltd Inclined to visit inoic distant WAiirrwioN, Slay 14, 18CO.( tho \thought la probably tho consequence of Hober "T.\LLAJ.rASSF.E.

I points tVy: aic debarred the \ statesmanlike calculation well us tho dictate of A
((0)I) I i by light cents 11I111l' \ Colorado as !
last letter the
As I intimated in my : :
II bill hai been-vetoed. What Is better, still,
... '- -- --- pftlicy which persists!; hi carrying a do/on pwfceugeis I have ascertained from my correspondent in :!"
--- it clleu'ot and will not bo passed ([over the
Goveraor AtLEN, of Louisiana, at his own nt eight cents a mile, when! a hundred New York, that SANTA ANNA'S position h ns follows ,
I vela If the vole on the bill h taken ul all, It ..!
request, was buried in full Confedeiato uniform onkl go at four cents. He maintains that MA\rvaiAN is UieoHtonsible

thus;in death, exhibiting thciuliug passion of his And then_the rates of ficlghtTwhy! the per cent- will. icsult about ns follow : ruler of a reluctant people, with no "
Aj'cs--Messrs. Anthony, Frown Chandler,
#' noble lion heart age on heavy eight i h that for within -
so great, no man party on whom ho con rely support '
.. _- Clark, Conncss, Ciaghi, Cicsswcll, Hanls, ll<-nderson "
ships without applchensiou and curses. Tor in the and no assurances of further foreign
'Sevcial men who were captured )111 a Confederate 1 low'aid, 1[tow e,Lane of Indiana: Morg, country,
stance ban el of soda the train and national
by passenger The l love of i idepeudcnce
cruiser in Panama Bty: by the United States I Moirill, Nje, Poland, Pomcroy, Ramsey, Sherman support. OFFERS TIin rOLLOWINQ LIST OF AKTICLtS TO
from Savannah to No. 10, is $3,70, and a few pride arc Btill strong in the breasts of the Mexican TIIE POUT 1C AT PIUOT'J ArOOIclUNO 'JO )
war vessel Lancaster, and afterwards tried by a Spiaguc', Trmnlmll! Wade, Williams, Wilson \ rLCCTlT VllCW 0V NJVV YOKK AM)
military commission and\ comlcmcd to death as days ago the Express charged us the am:ill item and Yules-23.Kaj I' people, but the republican party is defeated and NEW ORLEANS JIAKKLfH :

of $113,10 for,bringing up a barrel of bottle ale, dis-hearttuccl, the goveinmcnt of Juarez, a mere
pirates, haveT>ccn pardoned by the Piesldent. 's-Messi s. Buckalow ,Cow an, Uais, 1)1 von,
band of
'G a vimgnr. These chirgis amount : shadow, and himself without the confidence of FORK",

'The constantly increasing interest of the "off to little less than: Jobbery on the higluvnj'man's Doolltllo Guthrie, ,Hcndikks Eilmuuds: ,, Johnson Fesscnde-n, Lane, Foster ot, Kiusis Grimes,, his people who lire disheartened by his continued By the Barrel or Pound ;
hand sketches" is admirably sustained by C. P. st 'lc. ill success, and distracted by the difference be-

'0. in the biography, to-day, of Judge CHVHLTON. This: hnguage is, pcrhips, a little too strong, McD.ongall,Ncbniitli, Noiton, HuUlo, SanUmiy, t\\ (con Juarez ami oilier chiefs who have adhered ONE lIt7>TDUini> SACKS
Stewart Suinncr Van Winkle and Wi1le22.Unless .
_. f" Let all who have a reverence for the "good nucl the Banner not appreciating all the reasons that to him and many of whom now denounce his 1
scv of these 1 liter named gmtll-mell IIKE-GROUND .
great" read it, and seek to imitate character compel the company to maintain the exalted hoi.1 on the office of President as a violation. of LIVERPOOL SALT:
I .. vote in the Mill math e, the bill cannot be passed,
1 which, "though he be dead, yet spcaketh" rates But w o fully agree with that paper in the thtir constitution and an usurpation little less 1 I'e/lih.GI'0IIIH1
Tho Senate has not jet taken up the pioposod lU( :I'',
-'-' f.ict
so'weB established
by expel ience, that a reduction olliMsive! tlmnthitofJIaxiniiJIanhimsclf. There
"Our Washington letter to-dllY will be found amendment "to the Constitution of the United
of CO per cent on the charges more is no other man in Mexico who has either the From VVLIto Sonthurn Corn, conctanlly! on hcbdPEIME .

like all its predecessors, ably wrlttcn and very than treble the tiavclWe States, which. was passed by the House some tilont to reconcile the discordant elements of the ',

DALLAS is winning golden days hen it lines come probably on
opinions ago. tip
interesting. RIO
are glad to obserre that almost all of the biokcn Uiicus, or whoso reputation is such that COJPFEEiIroperfat t

from our many rcadcis, nnd we only wish he' other Ocoigia Railroads have reduced passenger Tuesdiy ot'1Iext week, n.i attempt will bo nude he tun command the confidence of the chiefs and

could write ficqucntl-, t to strike out the 3d section, which ilKianchiscstho !
fnore faro to four and five cents a mile May w e not I of the people. The memories connected with his TE.L.S
whole white population of the South I can =
only count seventeen votes however in fivor of
lines, to make a responding eduction ? On statesman and soldier have to Cunpowdsr, Jnp n, and louchong (or ini.lLb
us a a
of cotton, was totally destroyed by fire in the Savannah striking out this section, namely, Messis Hue kale Breokfist.) ;
river a few days The vessel the score ofpo'ify, if not of humanity, we feel Santa Jfnn.i: through all the mutations of his for-
ago. auc Cowan Davis Dixon Doohttlc Guthrie
vv, ,
certain that the change would work happy ic- tine eslimito the :?Mexicans S U aA. It
n l.igh :
cargo were entirely consumed The fomicr wainsuied sults."VTe. Heudi icks,Johnson, Lane of Kan1-, McDoiigaldNesinith ; among S :

for $1,000, and the cargo was fully. cove ..-.... NoitO'i, Mi Idle-, SuiLbary, Stewart, S'lould he ut'irn hither with any material aid of rise While Chlsol Cut, fur Table ITnu TeUow HIU!
men and or ev en with the know n of arioiiB CraUca "wva
crcd Insurance. moncj, approbition
by ore in receipt of a long, and exceedingly Van Winkle and Wille)'. If the section is stiickcn -
_.c>... and encouragement of the United Stttes,
interesting letter from our Scuitor lion "'ILI out, it is more than I sec cause to expect at
{ Flour Sweet !
J. D, Matthews, one of Ihe Congressmen, dec he might be welcomed as thehbcratoi of:Mexico.: Flour Sour' !
from CALL. But we regret to state that it is of a chat- picsent It is possible thatr';\ Edmund"
Georgia, to compensate for his failure in -
getting Man}' icitkis:< sjmits whom the tciminiliouof our
admission to Congress, has got married. ThAtlanta.Intelligcncer acter so confirlcnthl us to make its publication, and 'Poland may vote to strike out, but that dul wnr h-is left without employment would CODFISH & No. 1 :MACKEREL.

perhaps objection ible to him"We would only mike ninetccn votes, against tweutjclght -
"If the
: says : Radicals would need little encoaia euieut to rally to his standard, ,
not hear his of are glad to leai u that our Governors 1 late In this case the :Sd section will be ctalned DREAD :
eloquence one fai
Lexington's L' and it would probably req'iiie a slight iehxatioj -
Proclamation is the But the of the hole amendment wi'l!') very
eliciting most passage: require -
daughters did, and, by way of compensation for extiavngant or our nuuti'nitty l.u\'s to gathei'upon the Boston BleciiU Soda: Blscu t,
admiration among our friends at the North and a two-tlurJs vote, tint is Uihty-two votes Wino i.cuil. 1'ilot 15-nk, Ojslo-
his lost seat hi him t'rarltr
Washington, gave one in her lioiitii-rs of Texas a force with which the exiled And Butter Crackers, ,
heart." that the l leading comervath jonnnls through in the nlhimath Seventeen votes i.giiust it ia
chief might nmch to the re-tnnqiRStof the Meiuucapital -
--.. out the North have published it cntiie. Such: a the Senate III kill it, and I tlii.ik there is some

As much interest is felt throughout the country document must go far towards s itisfy ing our enemies reason to believe that the above mined seventeen At nil c\oute, Santa! Annnpi.rcel\cs! Whiskies\ Brandies 'Wines
that the agitali'lJ i Mexican inch puulence is to *
in regard to tho prospects of cotton and othe r of the sincerity of our professions of loyalty, gentlemen will vote against the whole thing '

crops, we will be grateful to our planting friend and of a desire for our restoiation to the UuiouMr. ,- The defection of any tno of them, however, will .mvl within the fii .mll\' shadow of :
the lnitedStlltesgoV'l'I1meut.
where, <
and others hi the interior for information that CVLL spea'cs enable the amendment %
on veiy) hopeful, of the piesciit to pass. For fiat hue Old Cnlilnot hinky, hr tile bnrrel! or rallim
subject. Those,! who have opportunities for -obtaining position of affairs: for the South and in one portion It is a significant! tiicuuistance that even the purpose they OH CubinU bv Hit, case of J'J UIU.;. ;
come a:no igt us. X live W hlnki', lijr lcn! .e of u liottlta .
valuable information in regard to the of his interesting letter occurs this statement : 1':1e1leal13'n Wade, of Ohio, has intioduiivl! into X Klin, V\ liii kIn' Ilia b.irre) orgiillo.1

growing crops, the working of the freed labo "][1'. Scw\no i$ now In complete h u'mony with the Sen-lie a substitute for the* entire amendment! Time is much tint i N lillatioiH: i.i the views C4inniue bcotchCliolca \\ t".k,. ; ..
.. thug held by SVNTV ..bx.I: have nbuudantcvKlcuci
system, and kindred matters, of general interest, the President, and he ossuies mo that oeij'thing as follow : BE.. :t'J'DIES

will. confer a favor by communicating tho sam has been done, that could be, by the North, to ARTK'LK -, to piovo thitJIvMMiuAVgovmitncnt :

to us.. complete the restoration of the South to her place &JLC. 1. No Stale Phnll make or l'nlul'l'o ii'iy is iounJul( upon tlio will of t'ic' Me? lean people ; Hnmlv in hot*tei, for I'anaPj1!! UMC ,

-,_. .. in the Union ; and that: the day of the admission law which shall abridge the piivikgrs or immunities that the)' lIl'C almost unanimous in. fair attachment TtuciA. Hr..udo"d,

The Philadelphia Inquirer speaks of the illus I of the Southern States is not distant." ot citizens of the Unite 1 Statnor' ; shall to it Jhat they ("eiue no cli.tuge, al1.111191! a-ZJXrS :
I any State drprivc) any person ct hie, liberty {II' ;
trious "Stonewall" Jackson as a "dead traitor" oi Abiich\ change as ti.X'l'AXXA would biingthciii
Hctpeaks hopefully of }Ir. SEWAKD'S waim.pspousal piopeity witliout due proce or liv\, nor deny Pnr Holland 01.';
On which the Cincinnati Inquirer tiuth It is ccit mi too, that the E.niTti or N.vroLLOV Uchlctiam! Sclinajipf, In
very of the President's "ll gnth'e pohc/' us it to any person within Its junsdietum the eqtt:il quarts nt>f ]lh.h.

fully remarks: "It would be much more correct is called, andsajs that it cauies incalculable protection ot the laws.Si.c. tin.1 emperor of Au&tiii, and the Kin r of :i3i1torss: .n11c1. Oc "
to that he is dead lion 2. No eliss: of as to the ri ht of all!! committed > :t::::11r51
say a whose remains are eight at the Noith. poisons ;; JjLl-jium, are to seelll'O the st ibihtyof rako'ii riantntiun ilittcru;
subjected to indignity from a living ass." any of whom to sulfnjo. chbenmination; shall\! Uio Mexican: cmpiie; n.iJ tint i1I!! Jlminr mite's :
: they \\ to it
'-' Our readers may rest ell-assured that they made by any State, shall be included in the b misof ) sou CocUU, of B-uiiJr, On! and V'io/wi': / !.
have an 'rd leprebcniation nlets such dis-iimination be Ilil1t L\XDULU\is supplied w ith a sulrk: 'juu uu.iibti .
The correspondent of the New York Herak -cj sentinel in Mi'. CALL, and ,

writing from Fortress Monroe\ says each day increaSes -, that he is ever on the qui vice for all matters af- in ,Mitue ol'hiipaitial quali/icatioiis/ lonnded! on 'of .\.ustdUl i: and liel ri, .m 11'ops U cJkct thintui -,,. "V 1. N. ] S :
inlclhgeuce 6r or bccit'm 01'IllielUl"e
piopeity tile FienUi Lave )kitIt .
the : tioojib:> On OnurlorOa.k
Iceting interest of of
Floiiclians French
the anxiety of Jeff. Davis for the f lebcHion Cite! :
or > particlpition othi .
r ciimo
speedy ....-.. 01 u probable: that b.VM'.v .\.XXA ba totxeul Purr Tort VU (of (.TI'PC'rOIO/ tlie f..t.ce! of Bur
approach of the time of his trial. lie was surprised SEC, 3. The public debt ot'the United Mate, \ gunrt) bth bottle or gallon.
find A f fi lend who left Cedar Keys: diy before )'es- including all debts or obhgajjons which have :; m Iii,; design BO fur us to land M MOMCO il.uifira: Vine, by Uia bctilo or gMu! ;
to but
one count in the ,
indIctment (
terday, represents the greatest activity in the been ormaj heicaitei' be inclined( suppiessingmsiii as the leader ot'alltlicdibco.:tenfo,l actions: there, Cuukiui ina ; Oldor iiio;;arA .
agauist and is more sanguine of a favorabl lumber trade, existing at that port, To use hK; i ection or in eai'i'j'ing on the w ai' in dokne e und the qw'eI1CUlIl'II''lm''ntot'/ the United: t, E A J\ n Ii0 12 T n 1C :
result to himself on that accountThe of tLc Union ia of
.. or pijuicnt UOISIUICT 01
.. own ex'nrcssue language, "theio is not an idle pen S l*--, mid possibly, with the :itoc of the .
sions incidei to snci! war ill-ill be riviolablo! I guiui J"l1'toys'10., llnop'u Iiid'a! IVJ v Ale CmUinnu' Brown
States of Georgia and Alabama have been man, woman, or child, in the place." The town and hlmll not bo tllxJbJe: I.'j' any SUte But dehts pruposed Mexican Ilepublicau! loan having bun btout., B afeh* Loi.tltin TrtrrtuJfoimtnliicci '.

consolidated into one military department j also is growing very rapidly, and its business inci casing orobhgitions which have been or imj' liercattcrbo made by the picscnt Congress, Theie arc men ,

the States of North ev ery day. inclined in Illof! iniiuuction; or ol war II'rOB.ACO Sl:
and South Carolina to be a enough he're, who ai e eager enough loi a w ar w ith
the United States
military department The officer As wen as we can mike them out from clef:iced against! el n ns of com)>I'n&a Fiaii-e to briu about this, Bat ', In '
commanding lion for loss of mvolunt.iiy or senile liborsliall :; there the matter MiMlcs of W !lb.. onch ; .

of these departments will assume the duties of penciling, the following vessels at Cedar 1\c's: not be assumed or paid b)' any State1, nor will end The moment the :stability oi :M tiMILLVN'S V 1'rlilc, holo of boxen tlu Nin ofsrioua'v, in lucl.lic pd..of-muoVIn 89 Ib*. CT:h ,

Assistant Commissioner of the Freednien's Bureau were loading, as stated, for Northern ports : by the United States. throne ij tlueatcned: by an act or Solnce c"e willg! ; auU dd o"k111
cncoiuagement '
: Sch'r Litchfield She1. ;5.: The Congress f\i\1l! :\ Invo: to 1 ube Ho.I" amiuiig:( ;
in addition to their piesent duties. loading, (lumbci) Bath, Me. power cn- on the part of the United Stitcs Orand Sujrl emokuiu:
,, M C, Keuscet force, by appiopimte legation, the piovisionsof Y r-1
< Brig loading, (lumber) St. Johns biuokluj: is.
this article, lint moment: Mr. SMV uu>'s pi > Ige of neiitiality: ,

1 The celebrated, Golden Wedding is thus described N.B. Thirc is nothing very objectionable in this If to: the French Govcinmunt will liave been biokcn, ( ::C't mc :

l by a Savannah temporary : "Mr. and Brig R. E. Parker, loading, ((1 umber) N. Y. should become'pait ol the Constitution by the all.] t'u latter, abjolrjJ: f.-oai lid,' promisj oj .

Mrs. SPANX, two old and well known citizens of Brig A. E. Hasten, loading, (lumber) Boston- iivtificatiou of 27 votes, it would not be gieatly ,I intuveiUion, will reinforce their army in A few Boxn of Choi CI..MI.

Savannah, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary o.then Brig G. E Hubbard, loading, (cedar) N. Y
disadvantageous! to the Southern States-Indeed Mexico, instead of wlthll'awin it Hail =
marriage on the 10th inst. The occasion BrIg E. Ponder, loading, (cedar) N. Y. Road :Mill: : 811 ufl
in ono icspect, it would be highly advantageous.By Tho Senate did one good thlag, on tho J:ly that
was a happy one and the Brig G. Marsh
venerable cedar
couple were ( ) New York
I last lettei. Iu Bottioa ajiil :EludJurtADAKr'NTINE .
imposing a property qualification on voteis \n'oto my They voted do\\n MrTcrix ,
surrounded by .three children, (of whom they hael Brig Maiion, loading, (cedar) N. Y, BULL'S
the Southern States amendment
eight,) twenty grand children and one greatgranc Brig Kirk, could exclude their: negroes the post office appiopihition SFEPv.'.! AND PARAF1NE '

child, and a host of other relatives and friends. Brig Sea-DrIft.- from voting And if a property qualification bill This amendment pioposc-d; to

lIr and Mrs.\ : SPANN, who have .. .-.. could be imposed upon voters in the Northern djpihe the Pjosidcut of power which has been Babbit's Potash.: ,

_"__M' .,. ... journeyed the IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON.VASIIINGTOX States, it would contribute greatly to the nuiitv iccooriii/cil as bcloumnar excln.sivdv: tn him___. r.>wr. _.
Uoo"U lJUWS or me tor Fifty twitii' north nukea : I
80 long a. period, \fno OaUous of Soap
of elections and since tho lui/utiou of 0
would besides the
have \ sccmo the electionto org government The
occupied their present place of esldence on May -SENATE : Coloiado
Montgomery street for foity-nino Mr. bill passed. The reconstruction resolutions were Congress of a class of men who would bs disposed nmel1l neat was that no person appointed to office WASH1XTCJ SOAtS,
SPAN.N considered. to do Justice towards the South. 1 fear by the President should receive until
Johnston pay con-
who has for many been connected moved to strike out third From 13
years lo 18 wuta.
with'the Marine Bank of this city is in- his 78th section, which disfranchises Confederates until however, that )[1'. Wade's amendment cannot limied< by the Senate, and it was voted dow u by

pass the Senate, although severn 1 radical Senators the huiJaome; ijoiity of 10 to 2:). The
year, and the venerable partner of his joys and 1870 : The section was stricken out by an unanimous ,Piesi-! Powder Li Kegs and Cauisteis;
and ft number of other Republican Senators in oto. Several power appointment
borrows her amendments
73d 'ear., May they live to enjoy offered embodying ,
have expressed their intention to in spite ot'the radicals in the Senate. bhot, Gun
another such celebration as the one just passed." views agreed on in Republican caucus. support it The dtps,
In contemplating such a piotracted and unin- They exclude Federal and State officers j those Democratic Senators generally, I believe will 4_ DALLAS O 3TB. O O XZ 33 XTt

I teruipted flow of wedded bliss, how forcibly is who havo been members of Congress and support it Our latest Savannah *
The visit: SVNTA ANNA to this exchanges publish the A largo assortmont to arrlv by tha Arctic: -bought low."VVOOD .
brought to mind Brim's inimitable Scotch Bal of State Legislatures of judicial officers who took country possesses new daily schedule of the Atluitic and Gulf

lad-"John Anderson-my jo, John j" and especially part: in the insurrection or gave aid and comfort great political significance, iu spite of the : aihoad. This schedule connects
night at 'VVAnn
the thereto: denials of that fact He Is utterly repudiated by ,
-> concluding verse :, Savauu, with tho Central lload Tho
'.. John Congress, however, may remove snch disabilities Senor nO lImo, the Juaiist IIgent here, who expresses trains Tabs! Duckall,
Anderson, jo, John leave bivumuh for Thorn isville ""nah-Doard_
I at.half ; J"OOIllO,.
: by n vote of two-thirds. House bill the greatest and for past Chnrnuiffli "
VV'8 clwnb the hill thegtther to coninuo scgrn. contempt him, W. w. nru8h 1'\holl\
o'clock and Maou'li
seven iJlllckJJlgl
And motiy canty day, John, in force, and the amendment to the Ficedmeus But )Ir. B.IJ.WAIID knows him better. During the anive at Thornisville at a % ? Hupe.
tei after nine in K and % tuttou
I We've had 11'1: une anithor; | Bureau bill, passed yeas 00, nays 33. recent visit of the Secretary of State to the West quai AVo the evening. Kone fur I'low Lluie, ic. 4c; .
trust tint Col. )
Now we maun totter down, John, The counsel Indies he called to see S\NTA AJ HousrouN's ,Uit to Savannah
** of Jefferson Davis will demand SA, and had a FRUIT &c
But hand tn and his continence ,
hand we'll with Mr. SCH&VKN ,
And go an Immediate trial and if Government ask postponement long interview with him, and ho has now gone to and .
loop theflthcr at tho foot, other railroad '
men XED
f which is his residence at Auburn in New York nuyusultin fei 'hig u c-oii- OOODS-r') "' !s. Quince, Flora
John Ajidorson, my jo. ( possible,) they will demand to iccelveSUJTA nection so much desired 8am, &c. Cnmb.rryJS

4'8' his release on bail, and are ready to give bond to ANNA there Thoseciet of ROMERO'S hostility I1mIFlol'l Ida. by the people of .Georgia nU\XIJY.JJoLLIES-As./ I'Jo\CUfs; Tumblel'lj and Jars I

We find the two following items in the Colum the amount of ten mjllion dollars. Cotton quiet' to SVXTA ANNA Is this : ROMEKO npie- A-ISUHTED: I'rCKLI R-or oil kinds
; Hays o.lato l and lzes i
'," bus Sun, of the 21th ; sales 1,500 bales at & 40a43. sents here meiely the JuaiNt patty in Mexico, and bavaiinah paper: "Already our city IIYHl'hj CA't'bTJ' Lcmlln A ,' };s-tn'liflli und American ;

RACE THIS AFTEBKOON. race will come off hich has been plaj ed out long ago JUAREZ is tho section of co 1111 try through which tho f f Rfl"Ib"iJr.KU; *Blackburry W Vanilla Currauf. &eEXTHACTS '

I, thIs afternoon, at 5! o'clock, for the amusement DEATH OF GEN? SCOTT. now nothing more than an adventurer, a bandit load passes are experiencing tho mutual bent.tits A LA:YEH,:urt'I'EJ) : ffi'S: *; Utar and i ip

of f'n..the.hnl.... ladies ft .. of__Columbus.. ,. The. stands reserved. WEST POI .T. New York. May 20.-Gcn'l an usurper Histeiinaa President expuedlas, wiiich result from the re-opening of the load Ct'IUtAN'J't-I-ltAIMl\S-NcIV,11I a vcry alld hAlt l10xell

j -" gers avo will"" a\"UUllKUlIl0n be in attendance, ana to see 8 corps that w* muut*- Scott died here at quarter past eleven o'clock. November, and his assumption: to bo Pjcsident: which needs only the completion of the eonn"- ----'-._' E I Jr RnJ'rlor,tlX!,=SJ quullty;
they enjoy c
I the Vive ExtccTms MANSION ) Uon with the IVnsucoU and ND'fl'F: it". I'"l'. }''
I r sport. horses will be on the ground to since then, and his usurpation of tho powers of Georgia" Railroad IIA 'hSrl9"o'dtaux1 VTafuut.5H

contend for the prize. All the ladies are invited. Washington, May 29th l&OO. [ csiJent, have been repudiated and elenouneei] to' render it ono of tho most important 'l'A .i Pn"artBr. -fa boesllud: and butt pociet boxcl i.
In an item ha the The President;with profound sorrow announces highw 's of travel and ;
next morning's paper, we are by all the leading Mexican Republicans, Including cominei! li!, the. .Sciuth.' X'tnJ.l.n'n.: : '
i' glad to obserra! the statement that, "We saw no tho death of WIJ>FIELD Scorr the late General Gen. OiiTEUA, the chief Justice of the- Suprcmo We arc gratitied to observe that the people of Oil.BAKER'S : : .

,. ladies present. One came of the army; On the clay whIch may bo lip Florid aio bugiuning fully to CELEBRATED CHOCOLATE,
; but Bway-ED( Com t, Judgo Rciz, one of tho judges oltho appreciate the impoitauco -
1 So) pointed for his funeral the Do- : to '
several Executive same couit!, and all tlio leading uicichanU of this section ot tho pioposed! connec TAPI3CA & CORN STARCH FOR PUDDINGS
--. mrtments of Government will be closed. The tion, and we hope that will bo ,
Matamoras. btcps
As a military man JITAREZ is immediately '
A case for damages leads of naval departments will even < for FARP.'i'A. GELATINE, MACARONI.
against the South Western respectfully give a greater failure\ than 13.INKS, SCHL.NCK Beast adopted its conl>UlUlilatlon." "
:. Rail Road' was tried and determined In the Superior orders for the payment of appropriate! honois to BUTLCH, and tlio Mexican Republicans uiehcaiti- The tlpeoplo of FJoilda" 'do fully appreciate [ptmBn[ { .
Court of be of the ,
Bibb deceased. tho
memory Allenlco
county on Thursday. The indicated.
I ly sick and tiled of him. SIMA. they think
It' eujt.was brought by Mrs. Sarah JL'Sheffield ANDREW JOHNSON. _.1.1.-" ___ __ ANNA on the the weight "appreciation" on" in that ...Tenner.. .-.. ... ,.. l
against the e._. uiui-i '-'tWUlla, uinujo uciu popular with me this matter_'n. hA.__ iiL'er-whole and ground.f % -
SouthWestern Cinnamon
.' of her Rail Road for the killIng The "innocent-looking young manu of our es- Mexican Republicans He may be said, indued, longs to Savannah, and they respectfully suggest iHutmegt, >" f I I> '. > It(

oa employee of the road, ablisliment suggests that the CUmenffrecent- to have been the lulher ami founder of the Mexican that she immediauly awake florn her long lethaigy ilacu, ,
caused by the cars .running off the track near in this to her \ital :., Clovea ,
behalf "
extended to Mr. has always { "'
Monte a.lt1 December ly Clay, impressed that gentle- republic He possessed remarkable tura\\: '." S e" .. I r
,1803-damages laid at man with deep'gratitudo- almost A """ 'It I 'L -; Xlgo!! : : '
,Johnson tuUgmanlc power, over Mexicans.. dispatch hom \ 'Suiugton
$20,000. The jury gsre Judgment forth*plain- da'ted the Slst, # ,. ... / .." '" f'iB1ne1. ., ,, .
An-drew a wprd of i Ilia career began with the overthrow Bajs Gen. Howard is I .
titftbr '1/100 prairs from the,lips pf erry of Spauieh consiUeimgthe propriety of 1 u:;' ilar ': '
'.fo. r<>'" 4" ,,:: Southern man .* ,*" / >. dominion and the citabli hment of! rcBignlng his position. ; ns head of the .ot"t,,: :1" ll t P1JtN, ,,_
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LOCAL DEPARTMENT.Mr. Gazette, of the evening of tho lath, announces -, TH'E: I Ile38. Sfnbattnalr: lbberfisrmtnfn, 1w '-1 I }, r- a lbnn! >ja f D6ri fr scfttals-. ;J i .
that the Bank of England ]had raised lh<> Inter J .
for;'advances on stock to 12 cent In t.,..
per cone'quenco .
F. W. ANSLEY, having located his business of great pressure for assistance In this \ iDI SE 7'Ilf.e80o. -- '. -- ,

lu Tallahassee, offers his services to the citizens, shape On account of speculative movements on L0 rA CIJINEIl{ Y DRP'OTfStationary' .':' -

and the community at large Having had many the Stock Exchange, tho demand for discountn.ccommolmtOllis

years experience as a Jobber In Watches, Clocks nnd thoDiroctora! are active striving at tho hard Bank not of to infringe I rt1Ar1fr.'JOTH.: 'Steam !Engines '

and Jewelry, we feel confident ho will give entire their charter;by taking advantage of the power STEAl EAKER'L

Mtlsfactlon to all who may favor bhn with their granted them by the Government. Hallet, Om JOB PRINTING SAW MIttS, GRIST MILLS,

pn tronngp-. See his advertisement elsewhere. many &1Lea, bankers, and Griffith &Busten,
. I stock brokers suspended. Several failures have COTTON GINS
.... __ i I. i-1" m i.i- i.4J .
I been reported !from Liverpool. The liabilities of '
Es'r d1'J.t. lB NT.
J '. Wakefield Nash & Co. of J1. /l'l Wood Working Machinery STREET .
ore 200,000; Benny 67- 69 AND 71 BAY
J." & Co., J:150OOOJ:: with assets of only 70,000. .
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YORK May 20.-Cotton buoyant Sales In connection with the :Newspaper, we have font fitted up -.. r
Stife 8,000 bales. Uprands' 41c. t GAL _
!By ( & Oliver'R. S4VA.NNA..Ir. =
TilE I9IOST CO.lII'LE'.I'I': Agricultural Machines, Firo-Proof '
I +Z"..dvIv.e: lCS. '. ,. ,
May 20.-The House debated Book and Job Printing Office .-, ',

Wht ttV7cl\ titHncl the Tax 13111 at great length, and nearly concluded xx.: awe.: ,.,/ ..l: \X' .. ;.. .a :V
I 1 ita consideration. In discussing the question IN THE OTATC. .
01 I of the appointment of a special Commissioner of OEI.EBUATKD ; K ; SMITH & co. ;
b (ESTABLISHED IN 1838,) revenue Stevens moved an amendment, providing We Lave gone tn great expense to procure Portable Steam .

t-UBLleilED for the election of that ofllcer by Congress,instead !. Engine, .
) .y) of being appointed by the Secretary::! of the. KT2 3-S"ir ? "2" 3? 3E1 S OPRII9TO1i:

iiv; ry Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Treasury, lie made n violent onslaught; on Me
Culluch, because that officer had said he would Of the Latest Designs

1 not appoint any opponent of the President's pol] EIIP: : OK nasa AT wnoLf 9.11.8 iU.BISOTJITJOEAbKEBS. ItINDI
I Icy to olllcc. Stevens denounced McCulloch as n NEW STEAM POWER PRESS '"
'Per Annum-three times a week -,t't ...,. .,...,.|0 00 I- I recreant. tool of a recreant President. I.'
It no.twice a 400
..J. Do.. *'_-oucoa. wcekC.'I; : ;; ';.:t-..".;:*. 200 I, j A sharp discussion ensued, without action on JIanufactiircil exprcsHly! for us by Hoc & Co., ; : DARES
--_______ -- re- r ,the: amendment. House adjourned.It 9 ,
THE OLD PLANTER'S HOTEI-lias we learn, is stated that the'Senate failed to agree on NEW JOB PRESS, ,'

.beeyi leased for five ;years; by :Messrs. JACKSON & the constitutional amendment as reported from I Fresli UakrtB uml lulu Dried,
the committee, and that it is practically lead Manufactured to order< by George P. Gordon< New York, t ,
Co. who immediately commence the work of L !
renovating and refllling. It is the purpose of the STILL LATER The Finest InksOr Q MADE: EXPRESSLY FOR "' ,

new firm to put the old Planter's, on n footing NEW YORK, May 20.-Saxonia::!: and America II

with the first hotels in the South. It will be im arrived from Southampton, with dates to the nil Colors, ami I

mediately vacated by thc hospital occupants, and WIll The panic is subsiding and the war pros- 171-3:23: BEST PAPER: 1 ftl Army, Navy, ShippingSteaniiboale; Groocrc.

pects unchanged. .. .
'thol"nugh .1 .It
every portion of the building will undergo I
Which enables us to do hi the'. atcst nmnncr I -
renovation,with considerable new additions LIVERPOOL MARKET.AT L100nIcan.: : .

A large bur, and billiard saloon will be attached SOUTUMPTOS, May 10.Cotton was un EVERY KIND OF JOB PRINTING KNCWN TO THE ART, FMO.V: roi'U') TO THIltT\ I'lVK JOltS[ ; POWER.I'OTTOX "

-a free omnibus has been ordered, nnd such nr changed. Sales for the two days, 18,000 bales. : From the Double and Trrblo-Sheet : GIXS t II COT FOX GINS 1 1 1
rangcments made as will secure the cads sought
../u'Co llpctI bn'l'1 the ife of tradu" and we don't _- MAMMOTH POSTERTo : < American mid ExceieiorCOT'I'ON GINS, f t .

ace. why tW91 hotels may not thrive here. At any FINANCIAL! EXPOSE. With Knghies or horse J'owI'r. T. I. K1NSKY: & CO., Pi. U.--Ordcrp Prominlr Carefully1i"1.1t

rate, it is a gratifying! evidence at,the prosperityof NEW YORK, May 20.-From January to the the may HVRm IM! JIIlY street,,Savannah, Ooo.J.CKl III and licllrrrcd.

made. time of the Eastporl fiasco, $180,000 were received Qaltcato( Carte do Ytotte.Wo .
the city to see the attempt
-oet*<" by O'Malionc'y, of which .jjOOU( were sent to : : I ICE: I ICE I mareb ST-Sm
Ireland, the remaining: t 180,000 have been spent
HURRAH FOR MOXTICELLO.Vhca we were horn< secured the slJrylces o.f

HO afraid that her Festival for the benefit of Mnj. here.Gold exported to Europe to-day, $0,000,000. ItDOAR... ... .L...OtKRARD.. .... BENJAMIN.. .... .....B.GIJEEAED ....rBJtRtLJ..... .. .
GEE would not realize half{ .as much aa our HI 0. CHEESE A J 8 CO

Tallahassee entertainments dU(: wo had not MOBILE MARKETS. Lai dir.rge/ of the Job Department. : &; FEBBILL;

'the slightest idea that they really intended to raisenearly MOBILE, May 2, .-Sales: to-day: 800 balei.-
The demand i is fair and the market firm. Iid- Cor. Drayton at. and Dronglilon-st. LAne,
uh. In the condition of the Orders Solicit !!.
a J m> present *
dling :}(1. liuct'ipts lif the market for the week,

.. cadency of the country, it tell* how the heartthrobs 2d'J\ !. Stock, /52407. SIIOBER A OLIVER, SAVANNAH, GEO. COTTON FACTORS

when: such n village :fts: MonticiAlo\ nha Gold, lo:)!) to 1 n .
MOBILE, May: 2(5.()-Sales to day, 1,750 bales.- Proprietors.
1,500 one evening's 5ow hand
by ----- We have on a large quantity of thsDst
I Demand good and market firm. Middlings :Ui.(
Quincy, tho home OflI.IJ: GI;i. will have Itr BQOi{ BI JDEfIN \ itro

say on'the ;oth:; and Gth! instants' Let all who pos- NEW, ORLEANS MARKETS. Ice over Oflfrfred to tho Public, .

11iul)' can, go over from Tall-ahassac, and help in NEW OKLEAKS, May 23.-Cotton unchanged, J -i

'this noble cause To the young gentlemen, especially 2y07:! ; bilks! sold. Bank Sterling, lod.;:;< Gold, T Q, ]. 1. ::- :23.rpiin 3 :t) Q..O" and are prepared to fill 1 all orders from General Commission Merchants,

there ". ill! be in Q'lincy, double "bcn- 151. ,
Tie! Red river Levees hive given
ilit. To at the bight and away L with a a,\eitorctick nmlcilalH!", is now pro ard to
get eyes PARTS OF
the whole country I is submerged from Nachitochc, dn nil kiuds or MN1U.VU In tho best style mid In all Its Bay !Street! Savannah i Georgia.71LL .
beautiful j faces to be then! and! there assembled, i its 'own.' branchc", and In the most c\pi'lltlons niimnn'r. J'llhliu

a benefit not experienced Lt ercry: town.Xeavly NEW OUJ.KAXS, May 20.-Cotton still, 1,800 'Htnmiip l n'II"UII'S/ > solicited.Blacksmith He 01111 hhop.\be found ut the huuec a.ljoin- with dir-p.itch, and an low ai it con: be bought from any ..

: thirty years! ago, a writer in The Flori sold at 2ii87.( Gold 130. Bank 01 England _-may- tim_..____ _____C.: A.. FTNDTEEN.CLO ._, parties lu the city .
'IXI :ru (iV'
la Sentinel! diweiibcs'Quinpy as reanrkabl'j' for '1'11); :-louthI'm Pacific .Railroad! )promise the We hive. experienced hands employed wholNDETIST..m '. > Produce and Merchnndize. Consignments solicited
: the iiitcilijoncc and ruSnemcutof! its inhabitants, completion of 43 miles in two rtonths. 1 When desired,we will ship cotton to our frledda in New
3 S 8 V I York and Liverpool making liberal advance on the Barn
:i'id& proverbial j for the number und beauty Of'it3 MARKETS. iS-Liu! EUIJOHIUNI > PACKING .

1'dics. It is prjvcrbial fjr exactly that b:1.mCtlJing' ItCFERENCCS.
Cotton unchanged; Sales in the last two days IN THE :MONROE BUILDING, cod ",ill] Tvnrmnt good Ice, good picking and
now. .
18,000 hales Fivc-t\vuntif3 selling at lG.H.- Robert ITaborriiam & Son, Savannah O.o.Gco. .
Soon after Q.ilncy shall have fiai;:he-l her cf- Consols flJ: ;@.86I.( French rentes (Go i francs G3cents. r:';' E,t.n,\5 I. LOW ruiccs.! W. Anderson, do
f jrt ta! i.i this glorious: behalf, Bainbridge, in our Anthony Hunter &Porter OammeU, do do

' :; ut' Georgia: will make u move ; and l JACOB E3URECH3K1 E All orders should be addremod to John L. Vlllalonga, do ,
Erwin & Hardee '
Visa: psriiaprf; Jaelcnnvlllc! and :2Iarir.nna. "Roll I :r'.I.orchnL 1; T.n.i.1or: Governor D. 8. walker, Tallahassee.Fla.J. .
Nnw YORK;:, Mav 20.( -Flour advanced to 10. GEO. W. SMITH: Agent A. Dull, do
tin the ball: !1" _. ., ,_ 20. Wheat: dull. Work heavy. Mi'ss pork :30 J- AND DEALER IN William R. Pettcs.) do
Savannah, Ooo. Es-Governor A. K. Allison, Quincy, Fla.
; niJ"1.) Naval store* firm. Turpentine !G3a97j-: MiySI, 18CS-t nt Savage & Halle,, Gainesville, Fla.
'..E'ELEGRA11110NE V'S.LA'1ER NEW YORK, May 20.-Cotton firm at 41a4i.- REt DY-MJ1lJE Ct TIHNG i feainucl Swan, Jacksonville, Fla.C. .
TIIE. I'LUIUDA O. Ilarnard, do
-- ------ -- -- ----- Gold 1381. Sterling quiet for GO days 109J aNEW

FROM EUROPE. 100: !. FUR HEN, YOUTHS: AND BOYS ::EJ :K. 0 3E3C jf*. rra G- 353 may 860-ly -
: YORK:, :May 20, 11 40 o'clock.-Gold, I
City olP.cportcd JCcstou 1C::;!)}. Gentlemen's: Furnishing Goods, ON THE CORNER: OF MONROE STREET,
Arrival of tko Rscamhhip *. I JOBS W. ASDEJIBQW, EOROE: W. AlfDE1tSll'l'' r*.,
---e.- -- HATS, CAPS, &c. OPPOSITE: TIlL \PIT01! I n, n. ANDEnsOK, IQBX W. AlTDEliSOIf, fa.
for the Tri-Reukly TlodJa! Sentinel.LIVERPOOL There was tin immense meeting at the Academy TSconttnntvuppllecl-
Also constantly on hand, variety of ly '
COTTOX M.ifXIT.Nnw of Music In Philadelphia week to sustain with, thu vi i iA : JOHN 'V.A1DEItSN & SONS

YORK, May ST. the President's policy. Senators Doolittle and J1;; 1 V 11 :;n. D_ :JJ JJ L'0 TI1JH S.} L i riNET(j u o R h 1 .C J I ti J Fd ,

The unship City of Boston: : bus maimed,with Liverpool Jowan addressed: the audience ; the latter named Silk Mixed and Fancy Cassimcres, font can be I '
U.itei to the 17th luHt. among the supporters of the President, Generals toiind. FACTORS AND GENERAL. .
The Bale of cotton far two days w cia 10,000) hnl s. 3Id-! MARSEILLES, DRILLS, JOE will] OP ki'pi "ii bund c\. ij wry during iu- summer,
Grant Sherman Secretaries Seward Stanton .
nllll ovary n' f ovlunant provided that can bu found In any
dung!; Uplands 13 to H:' d. ..
Hiinilar cslablit-hnii'iit In the Soul ii.
-. ."dIes,and other members, which announcement And a General 1 Assortment of the Finest Commission and
Consuls 87 to B7>, In our liKUHXG ROOM will be found n Meet! list of Forwarding
produced immense cheering. There was great IateNowdpnpors, from every purl of lime country, North
.o It NEW Your, Mny 17. -- alxBXt*-- I_ Z IlSr :lET-ISr: 'GOODS: IOU, up stairs, will prove a pleasant place of resort 10Iho.o :Lv.IErt.: CZ1..JSTTS,
Cotton Is steady Gold 1!7X, The "unconditional Union men of Virginia"met \ who Indulge In the/mini.
New Tons, May SO, 10.30: A. M. may a-i-tf W. A. NOWLIX.:
in council at Alexandria. on the 17th. Sixty- &c. &( Ac. &c. dr.
Middling Cotton 303! 'c. Gold Is unchanged. Corner of Dray ton and Dryan 9Cit...
three men represented the Stale. Among them may 23 Cm_- .___ It.{ W. E. C. ANDERSON, JCN,
Late ('II>.hler rianten' Bank
Arrival of Ihc Saxcnla: and America. we find the names of John Minor Bolts, Martin LAS'.fI CHANCE I .

* Meredith Lipscomb, James II. Clements, and !MERCER, & AHDEESOH, S.lY NNillGA

COTTON UNCIIANQED. others whose names were never before heard as VM.Photographic. UJHr1S 1
ID if'i'r\Y' Q" (J may "ear ..
representing Virginia. Forty out'of the bixty-;
NEW: YORK, May 28.-The steamship Saxonia. three hailed from Alexandria: aiidAmbrotype .;0 ./.)?xt ,..I.Xtt f.J; *

and America have arrived with European advices ___ ANDCommission I THE NEW ERA : '.


The cholera had appeared near the depot of ._-- OPPOSITE THE :STATE: BANK:! DUILDINO, i Merchants i -DT- .
Bankthall in Liverpool, and the number of deaths
Dr. l and three on the evening of the 2 tl liiHt., In Decatur Tallahassoo Florida. I'UATIIER & SCROGG9.
increasing. oss emigrantshad
were onnly, Oa.,by Jndiro ltl/-/( died on board the steamship Ilelvia., to Slrx. 1ll1nrlilllr..J. widow of ll''II1L GIxOSK IUS QALLERYOci BAV NN.Vn, GA. i '
the lute Wm. Lester, of Leon county Flu. ; AIjive Newspaper !
EUROPEAN :NEWS. may gV5in! __.___________________ -
la :Noar:Mnrinnun, on the 17th ln"t bv tho Right Reverend the 1st tar of Jniy, ISOO.
The question of a European Congress again Jo' Itntlodpo, Jtr. LOUIS M.GAMltLE! and Mina ELISE, The paper for(Jb.9 Flreilde and the Countligi-Eooin.!
mooted. Franco will join in it with perfect dis- daughter of the lute Kx-Uoveraor Milton.JJhfo All those wishing to secure Flctuics are invited to WM. L. PEABODY,

interestedness. La France< says many diplomatic ___ __ _..____ _u,, __ On11 ?Enr1y THE CHEAPEST
notes have been exchanged between the different WIIOLESAIL DEALER: IN:
European Cabinets, with the understanding that :i : a6nlisrmtnis, As the Gallery will! positively bo closed 1 on orabout that day. AS'e:U u the Largest Papet In fife Coustrj.TEtUIS .
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the Congress is limited to a consideration of the may 23-Ct_ BOOTS AND SHOES
great pending questions. P W ANSLEY, : : OF DAILY.
L'Opinion if a formal proposal should be JULIAN BETTON oar ALL :jcijsrxj'.

made for a European says Congress::, that Italy cold WATCHMAKER JEWELLER DEALER IN: :XOO Ooajtsi'eoOrroetiB : toot: filnon.hs..I.One yen... .. .. ..... ....... ..,..." .w : ... ....$9I
uccept on two conditions only,namely : That she 3 months...... ... .. .....r.w.'' I t')
may remain armed,and, that the session of Y cni- AND PRACTICAL JOBBER, Boots, Shoes and Leather, ( : TIlE JJBKT,) lmonth....:.... ... ........ .1...<.".. ..". ..J"...... :, .. 'n
tia be included in the of-the Con- "
programme 3.A.VANNA i. QI! ORGIA
and that these conditions arc essential. MONROi t.
gress, Mr. Oeo.Damnn' ...;? l One .... ... .. . .
But notwithstanding these negotiations, war is Every dcserlption of Watched ..'pnr,1f'! :' _' first Door Kcrtli of SJwlc marlSmD. : months year ... ...f: M
. :. .. Wt3inomhs
imminent Military preparations are continued. and warranted.lf may'lL'19. _____ mar (l-3m J, '8'" ,'.'on, .:.. .. .,. '.. .'.''"' ".. .. 100
Darmstadt has been placed on a war footing.The .- --
Prussian ambassador said he should have NEED NOT SEND AORTA FOR STEAMBOAT' AGENT & GENERAL Oattere-np of Clubs of ton ub.orlber will be furnished.
the Weekly free
BUSHELS Black Oati for sale low for rat: 21-&t
(\ may
Ylcnild ininiediately in consequence of the Aus- 1UU W. E. DANM.LY: Sash Bliiils -VL'oialdiiigs '
2It '
may, COMMISSION & Fun W A lWIXU 1 ,
Bohemia and *
trtaus occupying the frontiers of i' NOAHVU! EATON:
PORZ! : : ;:. i'cc. Etc &c.MY I' ,
l:5ilebia.: :"\- Uui, Florida.
;i'' f A BBLS. SIcss Pork just received and for calo very low. MACHINE KUOl" IS NOW IN FULL OPKRA-: Wholcnale and Retail Dealer InDOORS
declined the Settlement
Parma proposed by ,) nmyyi-St: W. E. HANELLY. tiou and 1 am prepared to do the above work with may 22-tt I
Austria in reference to the duchies. It Is report- ueatnuKH uud dispatch. -- -------
fed that Prustia summoned Hanover for warlike o c rL: : !.'\T. All bill rash on delivery of work. I. Ja sues T"t: JnIrTO ;. :;: SASHES BLINDS

preparations, and announced her intention to occupy '100 BUSHELS White and Yellow Corn, very superior, m y2-i-3t:;: : _____ T. J. AWLS. .. ...- :N'E'Y .A.T S Aw" ,
the military roads of Hanover. may 2IHit for salo lit a "gU''e'W.. B. DANELLY. AND! SOLICITOR CHANCERY, WOOD MOULDINGS;
The latest Benin dispatch says; that a treaty of CORN CORN CORN TALLA1US6EE ftA. ;
l.VLE.A.Lt.: ANDBuilding
alliance has been signed between Italy and Prus
fJA BBLS. White Kita-Drled :Meal tliflitly muroil, but 1,000 Kiisinis .o'OU'S'LE. Office In :Marino Dank building oppoiltd Tatum'i Drug
,)U for stock. Attention of Sl-tf Materials: _
sia.Garibaldi verydoalrahleat the (itorc. if may ,
has accepted the command of tho l'rice KAA BUSHELS; WHITE SOUTHEUN. r I
planters! particularly < "*" '
volunteers, declaring that he hopes to cooperatewith may giMt __ __W. E. DANELLY. OU III lots II / to suit Buaholeyellow.buyers and cheap for caeh.Dilly IA1V FlU:". 263 & 20 laual S'h'cellIcar Broadway;

the glorious army of Italy.In accomplishing :Lt'U'JVJE1En.:: 12-tf _L. It. BTA YNEfl. IUCIIAILU r. LYON I SAMCEt U. jnVIS I JOUN U. .IIOIIUR. ;1! NEW: YOP$,

the destinies of the nations Trieste telegrams l\ FEET: at the Dupot tort Plunk Weather- LYON, IRVIN & SH0STER[ A large assortment ot varionl
say that the Italian squadron has taken position oJ.000 boarding mid Flooring, of the very beet howl ]Iii Leon ClrcuJt: i curl--In fhacct-ry, and muse to order,.1'art1culAr itlcution ety1ee constantly on band
'V Law and iu to
Attorney and Counsellor at Equity plllJ shipping
in the Adriatic sea, closing up the Gulf of Trieste stuff at current rates BEND, orrle\
W. E. D VNELLT. AC1IAHIAH J. 1 I in nil of the Count cf Law and Equity toWin lOaS.n
nay sn-5t for divorce. \{TILL practice
and other ports. ...', .?< ".. Bill \
The of Vienna has for Bo 1II.TILn.mDlI.. iI t I t main. Call n.. .. Cl.OOODWL...,........ A. B.1 wo ms,
garrison departed BREAST-PIN FOUND.A 1'nnnoarlDK to the I'ourt. by aOldnvlt filed In this ean.e, Office in K. M. Clark'i Building, WWta Street, At. .; .; .. ..
hemia. Twenty-two thousand Austrian troops \ the limits of thla IlIutll, Oa.
ld beyond
thai the defendant r-- "a
FOUND AT THE DEPOT DAY will also have Oaks la Albany,Oa. COOOVU.j00D8 -
been The Austro-Mexlcan State It Is therefore ordered ;
have sent North. legion btate but within the United s
the describing will bo found at either Office to
borate yeaterduy, which owner can get by \ One of the firm always
and rtoinur -
plua.1 or an.swcr
is disbanded the same and paying for this advertisement. hut the the ad bill!! tiled defendant In ald do cause appear within three months from give prompt attention to all business entrusted to their t DEALERS IX ..
Apply at this office. may 20 of thin order nr time same will be taken aaonUsed care. Particular attention given to oil grades of Collect-
.PANIC OVER. ho publication .
/ and the cause will beset for a hcaiiiuon; the : Igu. may 84-tf Paper and Paper SijQck
The Financial panic Is over. There has been W. A. JJcLCAN, tocts charged In said bill! : and it 1s further ordered that a
no more failures.. The Bank of England refus. copy of thIs order hj publbhed In some public newspaper Cotton Gins. NO
ed to make admncca on consols. FOttWAKDlXG AND COMMISSION( MERGHAST, of thin Stab fur three loontbi. Done _l fhnmlwrn. May 57: ANN STREET -./:. _
J. ivAy I :s BAKER
AUtl Insurance Agent, 8th, }W. Judge, &.C:. HAVING Taylor's Gins, I am prepared to receive orders.As Deh..Qen.N1&8ea\1, und Willie: i f3ti
ADDITIONAL FOREIGN? NEWS. .. A true copy-Atteet: there will be only a limited number sent to Florida,. ."N1"J t.YO.X1. , ,
"s,.. : JACE'OSTII.IH'FL'A.' ('. nitmers would do welt o I leave th'ir t rd>ra immixllntolv.miy8Jm .
NEW YORK, May 28.-Th. London Shipping *2-1J': W- may 19, '68.omcrL'JtU''i.rnll Circuit Wcurt., i' A, HOt'KL", rrlnlinu and Maullla 1'apari. msr'1*'Sr "




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' The Shcperdess Hat has been adopted by HOUSEHOLD :
Cheapest :Newspaper in the State s the Etnpresa Eugenic as her favorite. '.'_
The Fre dmen's Bureau is the biggest cutworm
.' Three Time: Week.................... >lha that OJ'FURNITURE
1 Twlo a Week.....-....................... ever inflicted a plantation. '_ .:. t

Once a "Weds........................ .-. .... 4.a; Law is like a sieve ; you may see throughit I fS-st- *, ,Juts but yon\ be reduced -.T.\ih
must considerably ., before .
t TALLAHASSEE : you can get through it. 1J y k ofOF
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Thursday Morning, May 31, 1806. Some lady up in Pike county, Missouri,
has called her baby Veto. Good luck to the Every DescriptionAT k 'Ii\!

lady and her baby.An I yNJ16i i =
ONE TEAR AGO. r fol.
1 4a 11 G QlI I AGNQLI
What Btan m our sky I exchange tells of a man who stoppedhis TO s'D'ITb
unfolded but to diel I _
What hopes
What ttreame so fondly pondered o'er, newspaper on Saturday and died the next =--
Forever lost the hues they wore I Tuesday. A terrible warning.' THE ; :
sad and slow
Bow like a death-
Tolls through the soul ''one year ago!" Blot says that he ]hears and reads a great

Where love to greet deal about the redundan of the uniui FOLLOWING LIST OF :
IB the fhco wo y. currency OFFERS TDK: ARTIC'Lrs
N The The gentle form that smile graced tho winning the flreblde way seat but there has..not been A single redund in his Agent'for the State of Georgia for liittle's Folding Spring Beds ||an TUK- I'UBIIC tTIcm AT VltlCW OF KKW ACC'ORWNO YORK ANDNBW : TOKLCCTIT '\

.l Where That bleued fled those onr accents soft day and by day low t, pocket.An I ad ORLEANS MARKETS: !! : ,"., .

That thrilled our heart "one year ago?" exchange calls the tilting hoops worn STTHcrci TEN BARRELS NEW MESS;: PORK :\ :

thl: \ Vacant the fireside shalt, by ladies the hil.d_rpe't. Another denounces

.. The From smile door Hint to hall won, from no longer porch there and lawn: them as immoral. Can't these" fellows.stand may 10-3 ni 178 Droughton Street, Siierloch's Cpe By tlio Barrel or Pound!;

The echo of the voice is gone, it if the ladies can. r_t n.'TJ'O. """'T.;arr.nmr._ .-,T"dJJlorh
And w'e who linger only know

How much was lost "one year ago I I" A man who had been fined several weeks nub t!iilabtl g bcrtiscmcnis. Sabannalj bbtrliStl\ttlds. Ealla: assct .bbtrliscmcnfs.

Beside her grave the marble white in succession for getting drunk coolly
Keeps silent guard by day and night I proposed
1 Serene she sleeps nor heeds the tread to the judge that he should take him NATIONALSTOVE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '
Her Of footsteps,o'er her lovely more head may I know by the year at a reduced rifte. V. A. RYAN & CO. '

The pangs of the 'ono year ago I I'
Tennessee is a bad drive. Arnell and STORE ,

A But few why more repine broken A sighs few more and tears years, Trimbell drive the Legislature, Brownlowand WORKS '\WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ___ 0-

And we enlisted with the dead Fletcher drive Arncll) and Trimbell, and ,
Shall follow where her steps have fled ; the Devil drives Brownlow and Fletcher. G. W. & A, M. SCOTT & CO >
To that air world rejoicing go Nos. 239 and 241 Water Street t.1
I I" & Domestic '
,I To which she passed.."one..year ago Gazette. Imported Liquors --- :
Between Beckman Street null Peck Slip re.pectCuU'lnrorm friends that '
TilE TENTH 01.1'1.11860, "Pa, I know why that old fashioned pistol WE a large stock of our we art now re- ;

II ET TENaLLA ofy our'n ih t grand papa f fit with in the }{evc- NEW YORK. AND AGENTS FOR J

II Lines suggested by the address of Scaton Gales Esq., lution is called a horse pistol" "Whyson ?" ,. SPRING A SUMMER) ':,-*
"Because it kicks
sot"An .r.
to the ladles of Raleigh, on the anniversary of. the death of WATSON SANFORD President.
JOHN TRtTSL('\V, Vice President and Treasurer.J. KELLER'S CELEBRATED WHISKY
Stonewall Jackson: analysing dame reports that she has L. SEA tTJn Superintendent Work
Oh I shed not a tear for the hero who died UTTEit .
SAM. S. Secretary.Solo I
When the flag of his country was flying. heard of but one old woman who kissed her GOODS!

But Where scatter he with slumbers lillics in and glory roses undying.the grave cow, but she knows of many thousand of manufacturers of Fane Champagnes, Ac.SOV .

He knew not the sorrow the conquered mnst feel young ones who have kissed very great calves.A Sanford's Challenge Heaters m At the, old stand In Tallahassee; where we are prepared i id ',*:
The grief of a fruitless endeavor, supply customers with all kinds of 4
The heart breaking pang when the straggle was o'er, learned young lady; the other evening, 33-A.Tir ST ..:mET, fA
And that banner was folded forever I Heaters.
Deep tears fur the nation that, conquered and ruined, astonished the company by asking for the loan Mammoth Fashionable Des Goods '
Can lay o'er its heroes no tablets of stone, |
it writes every one on the true heart qf woman. of a diminutive argentcous, truncated cone, COSMOPOLITE PARLOR RADIATORS, SAVANNAH, G.IOn .\..
Which feels that our soldiers are never unknow convex on its summit and semiperforatedwith Grenadines
Oh I then, let us make a fragrant ovation CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES Organdies, P,
In honor of Jackson, the tenth of each May symmetrical indentations. She wanteda t
t And with roses that bloomed as a hero lay dying thimble.Mr. !8-tf MUSLINS AND il
Wreathe over the graves of his comrades mat day; ;:
That their like time forever bet
memory in the Spring flowers. may Quibble, reading that "it had been decided And Ii full assortment or
:Embalmed fragrance ; E. D. SMYTHE & COLLARS AND BETTS: %
And their graves to the hearts of our children unborn in the Court of Queen's Bench, inTlnhln 00.
and Stores .
Be as dear as they now are to ours. Cooking Heating ,
-.-.- : th at a.o.lorcrvman of the Church of
HONOR TO THE: BRAVE. England can 'gally'marry] himself," -observed Adapted to all parts of the world. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS G-R..C>CEB.XES i

By strangers'strangers honored hands their,, and humble by strangers graves mourned.adorned, that might be very well as a measure of Crockery China & Glassware BOOTS AND &HOCS, I
They full devoted but undying! economy, but that even in the very hardest ,

The very gale their name seem sighing; times he should prefer to marry a woman. STOVE HOLLOW WAREAND HATS AND CAPS '
Their spirits wrap the dusky mountain, 109 BHOUGHTON STREET
Their memory sparkles o'er the fountain; An Atlanta paper says,four representativesof B
The meanest rill, the
Rolls mingling with their mightiest lame forever.river. Coweta county passed through that cityon UNION STOVE roLisii.war. (NEAR BULL) C&OTHOTGrCROCKERY: ;,

i Wednesday, having been elected by a
Letter from Mrs .. S. Jotincou. QEOUGIA.FIXE .
dozen good S-Qd true men of said county to P. SLUSSER, Agent.
The :EA.Ftt: :: :)V\7
following letter written .4..R..E
the widow
by ,
I serve them in the! State Prison. Two of march 82-3irf
of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson, was addressed INVOICES OrQJRA.ISIITE
them were lately Federal Soldiers, and two
to Col.! Thomas of ,
McKinney "
Southern and "to the manor born. Ph.1.1ndoiph.l.aI: ElITE
SAW FRANCISCO Oct 29 18C5. ,
:Mr DEAR FRIEND-A long time has elapsed The papers, says the Nashville Union, al/! Ii OIL, PAINT\ AND YAIINISIIY0UKS. Agricultural Implements] *

since we have heard of each, other; and over the country are making a great fuss Common and Glass Ware, } i

many terrible sad things have occurred about worms in pork. Since we entered the \ &c. itc. ic. ic.: i

since we met; let me hope that time has not army in '61, this has been nothing new to In Store nnd to Arrive. AT .

altered the kindly feelings that existed be- us. The boys used to grumble about them FOR SALE BY THE ORIGINAL INVOICES. THE:

tween families and that sometimes, but we always thought the LOWEST
our Providence has worms SPEAR &. BONAFFONor CASH PRICES !' '"
not stricken those yon love with the heavy had the most reason to complain. H3P:: Goods Repacked for Country Trade._ ::1 .

hand that has fallen upon mine. I would A college professor, who had a class of ) or apl 5-3m we n.nineata"j.hed are, ) a branch of our home in New York; ;
prepared to Cunl.b'
,. like very much to see all once more and hard fellows tity, at the goods of nil kinds, in any"mm. .
you one morning found a horse in shortcut notice, and oo the most idvNuiaipou ,

often think of the old days of quiet in Texas, the recitation room. The class had collected PARAFFINE OILS! TOOS..... ....nOLCOMBE.... .. .. .... FltED... ......M.. ...HULL........ Urius. : .
days unhappily never to return. and with solemn countenances awaited CASH ADVANCES MADE

You have heard, I suppose, of the loss of the entrance. of the professor. He came in, Machinery, Lubricating, Wool, Robin, Gas ,

my dear son Sidney just,one year after his looked around deliberately, first upon the and Lard Oils, OK COTTON BRirrifi TOHodbkiss

father. lie was a grand, noble boy, all 1 horse and then upon the class. Finally he [ ''IOLGOMBE & CO. .t
could wish for child to be PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT, PARAFFINF VARNISH : Scott &
my just eighteena remarked, in a quiet way. "I'm glad it's a C6'5
few days before I lost him. God has afflicted horse there "
; were jackasses enough before. WACOX GKEASE NEW YOBK
me, dear friend, almost bevond my The (TIIOS. HOLCOJJBJ3, ESTABLISHED 1880,) n.fy.
strength to bear. My son Hancock !Mc- question, "Does getting drunk eve- I
White Lead and Colors
of all Kinds
\ Clung (Clungy) is now clerk and cashier of advance one's happiness ?f" would seem to beput ,

the New Almoden Quicksilver mines about at rest by the Irishman who went courting AND DEALERS IX OLD STAND NEW GOODS.
when drunk and asked what ,
seventy-five miles from San Francisco ; he was pleas

'gets $100 a month and helps to support me ure he saw in whisky f "Oh, Nelly, its a Rosin Southern Pitc&
and the little trate; entirely to see two of swate ,-,
ones. Maggie, fourteen your party
yeais 181 BAY STREET
old next month, is an inch taller than I faces instead of one 1" I IGBe
and Griffin
,, born at San Antonia, is eight When the negroes were worsted in the ,

years old, and Little Lizzie, born after her Memphis'riots, a Congressional Committee 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE

father left here, four years old, are all my had to be sent down to investigate WJien BBSI M 1 IE11 RCJ111NT, 1 \ &

.L familynow.uu'_ ... I .am teaching. _school_ and al- white people were slanfrhtered in Norfolk bv- PHILADELPHIA. TiILOIl&r
luuugu x nave uceu assisted Southern : march S4 6m
Dy lue neglOcs unprovoked, Congress had no tears f
people here, I find it difficult I
to get to shed. '
along. I have thought that perhaps, you Is this a white or black Government ? Hodgkiss Scott & Co. FORWARDING AND I .
would kindly take charge of the property of ,

mv children'! in Texas, and see that it is not Coleridge, in one of the most beautiful of OOMMISSION MERCHANTS _

sold for taxes. It would help similies, illustrates the pregnant truth that ,, Commission Merchants
deal if I me a good the more we know the is thirbt NO. Ire now reeet.In I..tlttnebt: or t1otll8. Cas1 .
could sell any portion of it advanta- greater our 24 OLD SUP, NEW YORK. If .Im..ea Vesting linen Gooda, and
geously but Mrr for knowledge, and the more we love the nhblng Oood. cvnetetng, In part. of the Clothing Fee
; Green folios
tells me he thinks THOS. H. HODGKISS late of Hambelton Brothers,Balti Fine Black Blue and Drown Broadclotba :
no sale could now be made. You will be more instinctive our sympathy The water more. tSAVANWAH, GEORGIA. Black Doeskin Fancy Spring CaeglmereB;
in O, W. SCOTT of linn of Q. W. Scott & Co., Tallahassi-e. Blue Flannels Black d'Ete ;
the midst of the Drap
the best judge of that I have given Dr. lily) water, opens its leaves, D. II. POOLE, of linn of Poole & Babbitt, Bainbrid e, Ga. Black and Colored Italian Cloth.;
Hitchcock a of and expands it petals at the first pattering of W. G. POOLE! of firm of G. W. Scott & Co., TiUluBassce White and ; ,
power to sell for Colored Dneke
attorney me, Fla. White, and Fancy Linen ;
the shower and apl 3-3m
he has the power to appoint if will rejoices the rain dropping Black and Brown Silk Mixed Drillinga;

accept. I send you a list of the you lands, you: Swen- with a quicker sympathy than the parched Special attention given to the Bait of all kinds of nllnbnsstt -- Black Fancy Silk and Velvet White faraelllea and Silk Ve.tingsl.Coatings;
at Austin shrub in the sandy desert. gbbrrfiscmtnfs. White, Brown ;
son, was the general agent, and SOUTHERN PRODUCE, Linen and Pa and Buff.LiDen Sblrt..

Starr & Amory, in Nacogdoches ; you can At one of our hotels yesterday, a newly and to the purchase and shipment of Pensacola and Geol R. R. Fine Cotton and Merino Half,Hoae Lisle T;Tbreab ;

get all necessary information from them. I married couple made their appearance, and, Household Fine Linen Cotton Fine and Gauze Jeana Merino. Undersl11rt.; .

i I would be glad to hear from you soon ; address when seated at the dinner table, their affectionate and Plantation GoodsWares, W Cotton Flunnel and Mot/no/ Undersblrta

Mrs. E. 0. Johnson, under cover to B. conduct and somewhat awkward manner Implements.MAOHINERY, Iiandkercrchie Berlin Black and Fancy Bilk; i
W. heath, San Francisco. CHANGE liuapenders, Cashmere Tlea and Cravat{
Will you give in making their wants known, attractedthe &C OFp SCHEDULE. Overeat rts;

my kindest love to Mrs. McKinney, and ac- attention of other guests, who eyed the : :-- AUd A tint lot Or

old cept for yourself the friendly regards of your loving pair so closely and failed to conceal REFERENCES I ON AND AFTER THIS TALLAHASSEE DATE, TilE]!, April TRAINS ID, 1860.ON MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS'
friend? E. G. their that the Pcnsacolu and
amusement verdant
JOHNSON. husband Georgia Railroad
_. MELTS CURRIER & CO., New York. Iowa: will run as rut SPRINGANDSUMMEtf
-a..t finally exclaimed :"What are laughing J. L. MOORE, Griffin Geo.
I I At'the annual BRYANT CROOM bioutgomeryAla. EASTWARD
meting ofthe stockholders at! have been married week Leave Qulnc at.., CLOT
Jj a f" A. BOND, Macon, Geo. i 4.50 A. M II-Q.
f of the Macon and Brunswick Railroad in E. BOND Macon Geo. Arrive at 'l'a'lahaosoe .,..... 035 lOch J
Macon on the 10th instant "I was walking the other day with a well JAS. O. WHITFrELD, Demopolis Ala Leave Tallahassee .. 7'.oy 1rttNew
we understand it Wilt BAILEY, President State Bank or ITlortda, Talla- Leave Madison at .... .....10.BO -
was unanimously resolved to issue bonds to known author, when I happened to remarkon hansee.TIIOS.. Arrive at Lake City at.. jog p. jj Orleans and1
L finish the road from Macon the fondness for dress displayo'I.' Here- E. HAMBLETON Prce't Maryland) Fire Incur WESTWARD ,
{ to Brunswick at ance Company, Baltimore oct 24-tf Leave Lake City .. 7.35 A. M.
'F once. The road, we understand with the plied "I can assurpyou our women are such Leave JIurtiBoii .. .......1080 .. St. Marks.

exception of fifty-si c miles is slaves fashion that if the empress Eugenia 1l'n4tbnsm: bbzttisements Leave Arrive Tallahassee Tallahassee at..... a'iB P,.M. -
I graded, and the .... .,... 3.nn
company clear of debt.. The trains issued a decree that all people were to go Arrive at (Juiucy at .....'. 4.50 Regular Semi-Monthly Paoket.

ping on the !Macon end of are run without clothes this hot summer they would THOMAS HAYWARD Leave ST MARKS TRAIN --
the Tallahassee
we believe .. .. 7'.sn t A..
] about 'forty miles. It is blush-at finding themselves dressed.-European Arrive at St. Marks at."... '. 9.00 .>M. TUB STSAMIBir
the intention Commission
Merchant Leave St. Marks .
at ,.. .. 1200 M.
of the correspondence.A '''' '
company to finish Arrive at Tallahassee .
the entire road ...... 1.30 p M,
I within the next eighteen TALLAHASSEE, f1rUar) an !hour wUl be given the
or months. writer in Chamber's Journal thus beautifully on arrival of the care
j twenty On, the East tide of Monroe Street, ojyposfo old at Tallahassee for Dinner, going from and coming this j/
my A line way
'' paints true female "The of stages between
nobility : woman Stand. QnlllcY.1Iulnbrldge and Albany
At oiree and between
the MontleoUo
a other and
evening a gentleman, ," says he, "poor and ill-clad as she with the trulnll vUle. will connect .

pointed a dandif individual tat a friend as be, who balances her income and expenditure may- I T choice HAVE Liquor RECEIVED FOR SALE, A SMALL LOT OF may .-,. ..,ODERT WALKER,

sculptor. who toils in mood Old Wheat Bourbon and Rye Whisky Old _Gun'l Buperintenduiit.P .
. 'What rwM his friend "Buch unrepiaing among Brandy ; Old Sherry, Madeira and Claret Wines-'Cognac by the P L <::> 1 1.:1: : D .A. '
I i a lookfng her well' trained childrcn/anJ presents them case only.E. B. BROKAW'S ,
chap as that a sculptor { Surely must b I and S.Co.'.Bitten; Cock Tall and Mint Julep Ueldelc RICHARD ROACH Commander '
e morning ; .
\ yon evening, as offerings: of love in TILL
1 mistaken 1" Champagne (Pt' and Q'a-by th I case only. T LEAVE 8T. HARKS FOR
Livery and NEW
rosy health and cheerful cleanliness, is the Rye and Wheat Whlsky-by th J barreL Sale Stable at'Apalachic ola the and ORLEANS
'He not be the kind ad 15th arrivalleaving natouchingyLvlll
may of most exalted of her
a one Before ,
you sex. tier-shall- 1 HAVE MANY DEBTS DUE WE tsars New Orleans for !
i mean, said his informant, "but the TALLAHASSEE, FLA at 8 A. M.. Ht. ifarke ClD the Silt and
know that dame bow touching
Of at .
jeweled head, lone standing! and would ba gratified to know who can and leaving Apalachicola OG the 10th and I6tb.
I he chilled a tailor_ out of a suit of clothes and the bliss of a happy heart ihall dwell or wiu pay m* anything. Call and see me, and tell we same day.,
-I what you can lilt |la T\7AQON8. BugelcB Carriages AGEST8.
pay I but 26 tints la the dollar -
la.t shall 1
week; .!,itb her forever ".:content and Harness a)wayB// A. DENHAM, St. Marlte.
r aprl58.11 CO bandar d for ale, W. o. POR'h.-R 4 <::0 ApalaoIkols] ,
BOVtf F 1.oi POST 01 ;& .
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