The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 2, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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tc THH xi. 11tt1 aj! tnth'd' Tie aspect of' affairs is more leaving and whilst stopping I saw moro timo had boon at my disposal. Arrest of Admiral Semmes

prohiaing than, in view of all tho much and conversed freely with tho Conversations, however, with offi- The following the '

13 rUBttSHED EVERY circumstances, could havo been ex- citizens of those States, as well as cers connected with tho Bureau, specifications which are after charges and ;
1, pec d. The poople throughoutthe with tho officers of tho army who lIed mo to think that' in somo of months seven +

Tuesday: !\ Thursday and Saturday, entire South evince a laudable have been stationed among them. ,. the States its, affairs have not been brought against uninterrupted Admiral peace Sommes, aro 'l'1

I At Tallahassee, Via desire! to renew their allegiance to T! o following aro the conclusions conducted witli good judgmentand Charge and; specification of :
the dbvcrnment, and to repair the como to by me : I am satisfied that economy, and tho belief evidently the chargo
preferred by:
Secrotary of :
TERIttS! : devastations of war by a promptand the mass of thinking men of tho I spread: among tho freedmen Navy against Raphael Seminos I j',
\ cleerful return to peaceful pur- South accept the present situationof in tho Southern States that tho Into commander of ;
tho rebel
S8:*: dollars; per Annum : Four suits.1 L An abiding faith is enter- affairs iu good. faith. Tho questions lands of their former owners will, Alabama. steamer J
Dollars for Six Mouths, in I
1O taine that their actions will conform which have hitherto dividedthe at least in part, bo divided among
Advance. Single Copies cn1ROE-vIOL.\1'IXG run!
Cents. w their professions, and that bontiments of tho people of tho them, has come from tho agents of WAtt WAGES: 0V. !

in acktowledging tho supremacy of two sections are slavery and Stato this Bureau. This belief is seriously 'I I.
the Constitution and laws of the rights, or tho right of a. Stato to so- interfering with tho willingness : SPKCIFICATIOX. this, that on
lUTES OF ADVJCIMTtSISO, United States, their loyalty will be codo from tho Union. This they of the freedmen to mako con- or about the 19th day tlf ;June, : '{
'_L\> T>o paid t'oi* in -A.il vai<'e. eighteen: 'hundred and sixty-four '
Its been settled forever for the .
unreserodly given to tho govern- regard having tracts coming year. In j
I One fl, (U Nonpuroll Illicit,)or leus, f"rtho off tho entrance of the port of Cherbourg }
I flint,Insertion_________........ ...... ?1 00 ment vhose leniency they oould by tho' highest tribunal; that'men somo form tho freoduion's Bureauis in France, 'tho said 1'f. ,
Knch eulistqnunt (limeitiou ............... 75; not fail to appreciate, and whoso canresort, to. an absolute necessity until civil. Sommes Raphael
Estate: gad Legal Notice to bo charged fostering care will soou restore I was pleased' to learn from the law is established, securing to tho the rebel, them'being in command of ,
till same 119 tr.itidleiit niHerlliwmoiiU them to 1 condition of prosperity.It leading men whom 1 met that they freedmen their rights and full protection "Alabama "steamer known as tho I I
exeunt Xotice of DlnmiMiioii AilmluIslr is trlig that in some ofthe States not only accepted tho decision arrived at present. However; is I rind an engagement '1
,itor, for which tho cli:irgo slmll bo.. 20 0 8Obltuuy having taking place between tho T,
final but
the smoke of
the demoralizing effects of the war at as now independent the military estab-
: Noticus iviil :Tilbuto\ of .Uunpeot said steamer and thft, United States ."
atdrortisenwnta, are to bo seen in occasional disorderly of battle has cleared away, and time lishment of tho country, and soonis
churned I
conmct has boon for reflection that to be with different steamer Kears.ago, ordered or permitted -
I -- but these aro local in given co-operatqJ. by tho .
character, not frequent iu occur- this decision has been a fortunatrt+ I agonts of the Bureau according a whito flag to bo hoisted on t I
T 1 board the said
rence, an'i are rapidly disappearingas one, for tho whole country, they ro- to their individual notions. steamer and r
; In the on'y paper In Florida Unit \is pnMleliedthn \ like bcno/it from it with General took the opportunity of the cossa- i
the authority of tho civil poweris coivirtg a Everywhere Howard, Ji1
limes \veekaiitl thercforcuain'its Its Mub tion caused t
fcarlbcM" llio ren'licot'| menu or oliuinmir, the In- extended and sustained. Perplexing thoso who opposed them in the field tho ablo head of tho bureau, made thereby and of tho the engagement I,!I
\ test IIHWJ by lalcuniiih\ nud'ninl'g: : mid full ro.lOilnoftho qitstions were naturally to and in tho council. Four years of friends by tho {just and fair instruc- him mako trust reposed in h
to his
( New Yolk! and Soiitlitun" M:\rkel". be expectd from tho great and sudden war, during which war was executed tions and advice ho gave ; but the said,rebel oscapo from tho
It n ill\ nliio givo full rt'|>or.s of the proceedings\ thane in tho relations between only at the point of tho bayonet complaint in South Carolina was steamer, for tho purposo

., of ho Legklaturu.] Tha\Sonlinul\ U fiirnluhud la the two icos, but systems aro throughout tho States in rebellion, that. .vlion ho left tbings wont'on as avoiding an actual surrender of
,rut' i I'ul'3 nt the lowest 11%'Ing I'.iU's. his person as a prisoner of war and
gradually Developing themselves, have left tho peoplo, possibly:: in a before. :Many, perhaps tho major
t JOB PRINTING.Ill under whia the freedman will re- condition not to yield, that ready ity of tho, agonts: of tho Froo mell'sBuroil.U and responsibilities did thereby incurred
ceivo the P ection to'which he is obedience to civil authority the advise tho freodmen that subsequently, \\ithout having '( _
i "' with tlio Sentinel, we huvo superior American people} 1iavo generally by their must been exchanged as a prisoner,
mid r.irlud iixitortmitiit or new Jobbing justly entil d and by means of his own industry they
boon in the habit of yielding. This to live and to this end engago In hostilities against tho
Mitvrlil' niul ore prepared execute every de. color make imself a useful nUll independent expect they United States.
I ifcrlptlfm ofvinl in that line with nentnesmuidtlrRputcIi. inn of the community would render the presence of small endeavor to secnro employment for
.\10" oil li,tnd a Hiio tisaoi'ttm'iit .ofInkn in which has his homo. Fromall garrisons throughout those States:: thorn, and to see that both contract- [Signed.] jOriDioN: WELLES,
tt fur pilntlng\ In colo,... Order I by mail ort the info ration in my possessionand necessary, until such time as labor ing parties comply with their en-! Secretary of the Navy..
will reueive prompt nttention. Ourprlf Navy Department Nov.2o 1SG5.
f\prv! from the which I have recently returns to its proper channel: and gagerncnts. ,
cent of BlockmitcrlilD
*M 1110 tut low iit tho present high Against which arrest Admiral t
U: ,Mir Mud li\lni''' ? will ndmlt(.1', mid tiro received four: tho most reliable civil authority is fully established.The In soma cases, I am sorry to say; dcmmos entered I i
below' the IIHTD I llllL'H"i 'I') hll"lliei*. tho belief personal' animosityis require the protection of tho general to be disabused of the idea that the ; test : ,
.... that SIR : On tho 20th of I ,
.. ... --- -- -- surely an .aPidIY merging itself Government. Thero is: such freedman has the right to hiv of the President to universal in ftio 1865, I was at Greensboro', N. C., f{
Message into a spirit o nationality, and t.hatreprese'tatio acquia.scenco authority out care or provision for the future. I ,
1 the Sel1lte-G0l1. Grant's : connected with a of the general Government The effect of tho belief in tho division in command of a naval brigade, \

I) Report. properly adjul iod system of taxation throughout; tho portions of the country of lands is idiouoss/ and accumulation forming E.part of tho- army of Gen. I: t.;'

Tho tl1e- ago of tho President to willresustoratioii i.i a harmonious roo : visited by uio, that tho mere I in camps, towns and cia Joseph*irf tho ;Johnston, and participated -
the Senate, on tho 1'Jth! instant, of relations of tho presence of a military force, without ties. In such cases I think it will capitulation botwoon Gen. l'
" i roads: as follows : States t" tho 3ttional Union. regard to number, is suificioilt to bo iouui via and disease will tend T. Sherman and Major General W.

't/\ To.the Soothe of the United States : The report oiCarl Schurz is herewith maintain order. to tho extermination or groat destruction i I States of commanding North Carolina.United "

In reply to thu rosolutionatloptol transmitta:! as requested by Tho good of the country requires I of the colored race. It''I, The condition army of said capitulation ion I
tho Senate lo from tho that tho force be in tho interior cannot be expected that the opinions
I' I by tho Seaato on the 12th: I have report tho part of Gen. Johnston, was'
Hon. John Cole where there freodmon hold by men at tho South for
tho honor to state that tho war has been received aft malty that the army under his command
waged by a portion of tho people by the l>res ent. or elsewhere in the Southern States. years, can be changed in a day, and should cease all acts of war from tho :
The attentioibf the Senate is in' Those at forts the seacoast therefore tho freedmen require fora
agaiust the properly constituted authorities upon dato of said capitulation, April 2Gth f
I'' of tho United States has v'ted to the ace pauying report of where no force is necessary, shouldall few years, not only laws to pro- I I aforesaid. In consideratipn of which,
that tho United Lieut. Gen. Glnt who recently bo whito troops. Tho tect them, but tho fostering caro of :
I, ) been suppressed ; ,: presence j condition thus entered into by Gon.
:> : fctafos are in possession of every made a tour of spection through of black troops, lately slaves, demoralizes thoso who will, give thorn good j I i 1 I i Johnston, Gen. Sherman stipulated !
:1 State in which the insurrection existed several of the Sites whoso inhabitants labor, both by their advice counsel. and updh whom they can j I.I that the officers and men comprising ;

:; .f : and that as fars( could be, participate the rebellion. and furnishing in their camps a re- tely.The i the army of Gen. Johnston should 't!
ft the Courts of the United States ANDREW Joniox, President. sort for tho freedmen for long distances Free mens' Bureau being j I return to their homes and there remain ::

::1 l has been restored, post offices reestablished Washington: lo. 18, 1805.OK around. White troops generally separated from the military establishment -I unmolested by the United t

,{ and stop taken to put excite no opposition, and, of the country, requiresall I States authorities so long as they .
\} into effective operation the laws of .\}! 'SPOUT.IIE.tDQUA1ITEIts therefore, a small number of them tho expenses of u separate observed tho obligation they had

Jill't i' tho country. As the result of ARt, U. S., > can maintain order in a given .dis- ganization. One does not or-I entered into, rind obeyed tho laws .

,.,1 measures instituted by tha Executive DecembculS, IS Go. ) trict. what the other is doing, or enforced where they resided. I l

,. 'f with a view ol inducing a re To Ills Excellentyhndrew( Johnson Colored troops must bo kept in orders they are acting under. It have, this day, been arrested by tho S
this could be correctedby
; seems to mo
of tho functions of tho bodies sufficient defend themselves.
.sumption order of the Secretary:! of the Navy ;
fyiitcd Slates
in tho Presidentoflhe : It is not the regarding every officer on duty
States, comprehended enquiry thinking men had a guard placed over my house,
of the Senate, tho people in, Sin :-In reply t< 'our note of tho who would do violence toward any with troops in tho Southern Statesas and have been informed that I am t

I' North Carolina, South Carolina, iCth instant, nql ting u report class of troops sent among them agents of tho Froedmon's :Bureau to proceed to Washington, in cus- :#
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, from me giving sue n information as by the General Government, but and then have all orders fur tody, thereto answer chargo pro. .

I Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee I may be possessed coming with- the i ignorant in some places might, the head of the Bureau son throughthe furred: against me, predicated uponfacts !a
I I havo reorganized their respective in the scope of, the quiries made and the late slave too, who might post commanders. This would which took place anterior to '

'; 1 Stato governments, and aro yielding by the U. S. Sonatoh their resolutions be imbued with tho idea. that the create a ,responsibility that would the capitulation between General :
I obtdionce to the laws aud Government of the 12thinbl I have tho property of his late master should insure a uniformity: of action Johnston and Gen. Sherman. This I ".

;'t t of the United States with honor to submit the lllowing, with by right belong to him-at least, throughout, the South, and would being a violation of the capitulationon I I

i: more willingness and greater promptitude your approval and nlo that of tho l should: have no protection from the insure tho order and instructions tho part of Gen.Sherman, I respectfully t
r II than, under the circumstances Honorable th3 Score ry fV ar : colored soldiers. Thero is dangerof from the head of the Bureau being mako this, my protest,
could reasonably have been I loff Washington In tho 27th of collisions being brought on by carried out, aid would relieve from against said arrest. .

i i. .L 1'" anticipated. The proposed amendment last month for the pifcioso of mak- such causes. :My observations d duty and pay a largo number of [Signed] E. SE },IES.

1: to the Constitution, providingfor ing a tour of inspecti! throughout. mo to tho conclusion that tho citi- employees of tho Government. :Mobile, Ala., Dec. 15, 1505.Several .
the abolition of slavery forever some of the Souther tatos lately zens of the Southern Stages aro I havo tho honor to be, very res- 'V-TT ..

\ within the limits of tho country, has in tho rebellion an soo what anxious to return to self-govern pectfully, your> obedient servant, negroes have been arres- ';

been ratified by each of thoso changos were necessaV in the dis- ment with tho Union as soon as U. S. GIUNT, Lieut. ted in Louisville for carrying navy I I.I :

/ States, with the exception of Mississippi position of the militar orcas of tho possible ; that whilst reconstructing, A commissarry warehouse belonging revolvers concealed about their per- '

from which no official information country ; how these fores< could be they want and require the protection td tho Government has been sons. They resisted the police an d

has been received, and in reduced, expenses c tailed, &0", from tho government that they destroyed by fire near Salt Lake quite a struggle ensued before they 1
l nearly all of them measures have and to learn as far as issible, the think is required by tho govern- City. Loss over $1,000,000. It is I could be secured and disarmed. !' ,I

I boon adopted, or are now pending, feelings and intentions tho citizens ment, and is not humiliating toj supposed to havo been tho work of Mr. Styles, Internal Revenue Col t
,< to confer upon tho freedmon the of these /States:! tow 'd the Gen- them as citizens, and if that such an incendiary. Somo officer was lector for Princo William county

, ; ': privileges which are essential to eral Gpveru rent. Tho tate of Vir- a course was pointed out they would anxious to balance 'accounts. Va., has been indicted by the grand '!
r t ;: their ,comfort, protection and secur- ginia being so accessib to Wash- pursue it in good faith. It is to be for
.. jury of that county alleged mule
' 1 ity. In Florida and Teas the people ington City, and, infor \tion from regretted that there cannot be a Gen. Halleck is spoken of as a I.:

", '*'. are making commendable progress this quarter therefore boig readily greater commingling at this time I I, prominent and a suitable candidatefor stealing.
, 1 il', t in restoring their State Governments obtained, I hastened tough the between the citizens of the two sections United States Senator from Cal Tho IIouso has passed a resolu '

r t and no doubt is entertained State without conversin with or and particularly thoso who ifornia. tion'J.rllnting to tho widow of tho I
/: \' that they will at an early period meeting its citizens. In Aleigh N. are interested upon the law making Tho loss of property by ico at St. lato President Lincoln, the sure of -

It : be in a position to resume all 0., I spont ono day, in Chiloston, S. points. I do not givo tho operations Louis on tho 10th, including cargoes 8550,000, deducting such, amounts
\ of their political relations with the 0., two days, and in Say nah and of tho Froodmon's Bureau and $' 50OOO; ,insurance, is estimated as havo boob paid on salary since

k t Federal: Govornmort. Augusta each QUO day. Both in that attention I would havo done if at 81,500,000.. his doccaso. S Sr

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"Cow mendable, Progress." A NEW TEST. Meeting at Station 5. BY TELEGRAPH.
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The President, in 1 his Special Messageof Tho WashiBgton Chronicle, in a recent We give below tho proceeding! of a =

the 1\ILftult., says : 0" article on the claims of Southern Representatives mce.lng at Station 5, P. & G. R. R., which From New York.

Edwin A. Hart & W. A. Shober, In Florida and Texas the people are to their seats in Congress, says: by some mishap, was misplaced it the NEW YORK, Dec. 22d, 1805.

EDITORS AND' PROPRIETORS. making; commendable] progress in restoring "11 Nether the Southern States, latelyIn time it was received : Many of the Southern Congressmen! ,
their Stale governments; and no seeing! no prospects of their! early admission
::> doubt 1s entertained that they will at an rebellion, are to be represented In fall STATION 6, P. & G. R. R., l are leaving/ Washington for home;
TAr r AlrA8SEE : early period be In a condition to resume or I in pat t,.within the next sixty' days, will Madison County, Fla., Dec, 6, 1G5.! S SA and it is expected that they will not return -

TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1866. all of their practical relations with the depend almost entirely upon the character meeting of the! citizens of t Ilk place : till their cases have Leon decided r
Federal government. of the men who offer their credentials." was had this day, and upon( motlm Rev. upon by the joint committee of fifteen. 'i
] this time tho Presidenthas Mr. Clouts was called to the clmr, and The Legislature of Virginia is canvassing :
I Agents for the Ftyrida Sentinel.Mr. Probably, by Florida' has, "progressed1 We are unable to see ,by what: process A.: G. Hampton chosen Secretarf. The the propriety of a new election for '
learned that
of reasoning or by what application of object of the meeting being explained, United States Senator The favorite candidates p:
D. H, WILSON, at Quincy. so far as to approve and ratify and enact law or principle, the rights of the Southern upon motion, a committee connoting of for tIle position are John Ran 't
Mr. THOMAS JENKINS' at Madison. into laws binding her people forever Dr. J. D. McLeod, Dr. Covle, Ca>t. A. A. dolph Tucker, who was! foimerly, Altor. \
Messrs. DREW'& OAKLEY, at Jackson- all that wars tecommended or '"suggested"to States are to be macho to depend Griffin, F. Chatham. C. F. Beinis Hid ModIsoii ney General of Virginia, and R. M. T.
ville. upon the character of the men whom Bailey, was appointed, and reportedthe Hunter .. l
1\Ia.l.| F. C. BARRETT, at Gainesville.Mr. her by the President or his Secretaryof
they may elect to Congress. However following resolution : Captain 0. R. Walbi-idge, Military 811.
C. E. JOHNSON, at Monticello. State 'or ary other authority at the nothing that this Congress do will JlcMtved, That we cheerfully 'ecogmze perintendent of the Old Capitol Prison, I"c
Mr. W. L. STROMAN, at Centreville. Federal Capital, having supervision over may the freedmen, and will do all ihit, may be has returned to Washington. Winder nag
occasion any surprise to our people, and requhed of us to protect then in their taken to Richmond and turned over to Y .
Borrowed and not Ileturnca. the great and weighty businesss of restoring so far as Floiida concerned, we" think tights mid privileges, and we brambly be- Gen. Terry.. John II. Gee was left at Ral-

First Volume Wolitjoll'g Blnokstono'B Con the Union. There has been no she will be able to stand this new test as lieve that it is inexpedient t) employ! eigh in charge of Gen- Roger, and Duncan -

reontarloi. 'My name IB on tho back. The person half-way'work, no hesitation, no reservation well, and perhap hotter than; her s'sler them us copartners in laini'ig. on any was conveyed to Savannah and placedin :
having thin book will obllqo mo by leaving on the part of Florida. To use a. I terms, but that a full and fair=o'vpensa- the custody of Gen. Steadman. They
at tills offlco. Also Flint Vol. rphnm'B Mental! States. lion be paid) them iu money eU-er: !hy HIP arc to bellied by military commission ;
homely but expressive phrase, she has __ __ Ju ,
itch and The remains of President Lincoln
rhlloiophy; .A 1.0l.f, Zil, Sil and 4th Vole Dick. in or year ; earnestly rp
ens' work, Totcraon'B edition. '.Also l let and 3d "gone the hole figure" both in her Southerner in Mexico. the immediate action of the tegislatu.o on Thursday last removed from the vault

Void. IInmo'6 History of England. An> person Convention and legislature j abolishing A ]letter from lion TI., W. upi'ti this all impoilant sublet\ s.) 1'iat in Oak Ridge cemetery, near Springfield a fi
having any of the above books will do me n favor slavery; giving to freedmen the rights ALLEN, n- ,just and equitable contracts they be en Illinois, to tho new vault near the site orthe
by returning them to this office.r cently Governor of Louisiana, dated: at tCl'cellnt.) between the land aoldcis and proposed National Monument to the
E. A. HART. and remedies of the courts, with the privilege the City of Mexico, ] December 3J, says the laborers, that the treed ten may 110 memoiy of the deceased. If

.' of testifying cases in which they that Generals Price and Shelby Gov. longer clip;:; to the dclu io. of. gettingany Pepsylvariia asks Congress/ for $000,000, ''f
.,rt of the ]land and mules by ieul the cost of r
City Flection. are concerned, repudiating all State ob p to repay tepelling the Rebel ,"
Harris of Tennessee and Judge Perkins, or other wise j and we comlein the course Invasion of that Slate \\
At tfie election for City officers on yes ligations created for war purposes, and of Louisiana, were still at the city of Cor of any one who may have iflteJ his laud I John Minor Bolts of Virginia: is in I

terday, the. following ticket was success, finally ratifying tho An endmeut to the dova. Gen. Maaroder: Commodore and mules] to bl,ick tenants humbly believing Washington lie is opposed lo admission 1
Constitution of the United States, forever Maury and Gov Reynolds .of Missouri ] that such a course I fiauaht:: ,, with i: as a member, uf C'onaiess! of any man t
ful slavery in any State of the evil and only evil;), arid .wil brine;: both nlio has hud anything! to do with the re* 1
Intendant.-FBANCIS EPFES. Council prohibiting were in the 'city of Me.i'co, in the civil laces to speed ruin. belliun. '

1>>< .-F. II. Flagg, S. W. Myers, R.'II' Union. service of Maxh&l"an.< Agents were being A. B. CLOTS, Chm'n, John Evans and Jerome 15. Chnfi''i', ;:
and clear record ..... .... __ _,, ,. .
This la a pretty plain sent to A. HAMPTOJT Sec'y.! hnh n .hH..nnD I. k..an "
Gamble, P. T. Pearce, George/ Damon, Europe to invite colonists to : ; ;; ; ) :I'.t"u;;
John McD'ougal), Charles E. Dyke, T. P- and justifies the President in terming it settle in Me:::TCo. ted States Senato.s 1 fiom Culm ,\1
"commendable progress" towards the Scwavd's I'roclanation-Sla- The river is ,frozen across at Albany, :
Gov. ALLEN says : "The Empll'O Is an
Tatum. but the
feriy-boats to crush
the Union. But very Abolisied. manage their!
Florida to 'ii"
.. restoration of
accomplished fact. Law and order aro way through
to avail1? Will it help WM. II. SEWARD, Secrtary of State, '
what it Is likely
Adams Express Cohipany. being restored, and the Juarez party is on Constitutional Amendment was rat :
or hasten the admission of our Representatives its last legs. The cVmate: is has issued a Pioclaniaion announcing! Wed by the California Legislature on the ,

The Jacksonville Union of Saturdaylast to their seats in Congress 1 1 Will the lands lich and money ,lentiftil.deli'.htrul] that Slavery is aboli.shd In the United 18th! bust ,"

says( : the Government and Congress Imp faith States by the adoption the amendment j '
By way of comment, on tho above wo FI'omrashiu
Our citizens i11 be glad to learn that ton.
and fulfil the to the tJonstitulio: in the Legislatures -
the agreementupon
the Adams Express Company have established wlh South, append the following Into despatch from WASHIXOTO.V, Dec. 22d:! 1805. '
and Tallahassee which the legislation of Florida and of twenty-seven Sttes, (Florida not
an office in this city at : Washington], : : Both Houses ad.j'iunied
to-day to meet
and appointed a Messenger, E. the other Southern States is based The Department of State has completed included.) The Proclaiation concludes again on the olli of January : ,

McElligott, Esq., who will make weekly) The President says, "the peoples its instructions to (lie Minister to Mexico, I as follows : Mr. (Howard picsrutiMl a petilion of .

Vsits between Savannah and the. throughout the entire South evince n laudable who will be despatched, to Juaie/'s heath II I H'ttctcai, The whale amber of Slates 3,700 colored, cliinens of South Carolina
above named.
desire to renew their allegiance to Iual( i ers, and, hill follow Juarez wherever in the United States is itiuty-four, Inr si'ch legislation as will insuio' them
New York papers of the 20th say :- he may go. This i is the indication of And W'trrc1'ho befoie! specially, their political lights. Referred to the
"Tho Adam Express Company Is reported the Government, and that is all he has the policy) of the United States Government named States, ,uliiisoue:!islatiue.s! have Committee on Reconstiuuiion.Mr. .

to Lave loaned $2,600,000 of its sur to Say with reference to the restorationof which: pave effoace to the French ratified the said prnised| amendment, Stewart called up the Senate bill

plus capital. to aid in the construction of these States to the Union. In the : Mil\ .ister. Ciuiililnto three fonrlhof tIle whole number to secure. freedom. ,of. the. citizens of the
---. S---- of States in the Uited States btalpa: lalely m rebel hat, and addressedthe
the'me meantime tho Radical majority Con- :
of in lines of Southern Rail- ,
some Now Senate in i reply( lo Mr. :Sumner's: ic-
Con;;Tess. Therefore, ltr it known that I,
gress say we shall not be re-admitled ex- mal ks if yesterday ami
roads. ,
William II controveiting
Seward, Scr!!ta"y: of Stale of
.. cept upon 'further pledges and on new In the Sennie, on the 10t.li: tilt, a bill the Ui.ilpd States, hyvirlne' and in pursuance the theory tt'at the Southern Stales are

John II. Gee. conditions. Indeed, some of the pi emi was Introduced to establish! a biarch of of the second eel ion of the act of out of the Union and been reduced to a:
Lie'FI'ce llUcns' Bu in each Congress: approved th20th of April, 18C5 irriitoriul condition Heals 1I aruued hat ,
nent ones say we not come back, at can of the former the .
North is
The Telegraph reports our fellow citizen nut justified in fmting ;
entitled "an Act to pnvMe for the publication : ne;iiy
all I MB. ELLIOT, of Massachusetts, for- slave! St8.es.: t\ fur the leading of the h siitiianp upon tile Soiuh while with
Dr. GEE, of Quincy, Raleigh, N. C. of the laws < the United States, they
merly Mayor of Boston has offered a President's Special Message Senator and for other tio hold political; rights, fiom the its
The New York Times, of the 20th, makes res ;?; pin peas, hereby certify negroes
the NOl
olution the House of Representatives Sumner char,ctl" i1.cd it as "f while washing that the amendnuit af""t'.laiolllR'I" become theist Smlps.Mr. ,
the following statement : valid lo nil mints and Wilson tepl.ed at length; in favor of
John ]1. Gee, ]late in charge of the Salisbury declaring that tho Northern States, as document, only pnia'leled"' by ricI'ce'sMcssago a part of the C'onstiitum of purposes the United as I the bill ,rl/

N. C. prison pens' is to be tried conquerors in the war, have succeeded to on Kansas ; Which denied.a( Stales.lu \ll'. Conklin; asked leave to offer a rpsolJiIon -

next week at Raleigh, N. C., before aMilitary the political power fotmeily held by the great excitement. testimony whtoof, I have item 'uutu nsking\ the I'I'p>lllolIl on what l
: Commission. The trial is to be Southern States that the Southein In the House, cei (.ideates of election of set my hand, and I cured the seal of the grounds Jell' Davis, Clay, Mallory\ and<
conducted by Major Frank Wolcott, the ; members fiom Louisiana Derailment of Slai, to he nllixed. DiUd Yuleeaio heM! in coiilinein'eiit.-
Judge Advocate of the Department of States have forfeited all right to any partin and one from Done at the 1'ityof Washington; this Objected to and laid, over.

North Carolina, who has ]lately been conducting the Government, and they hall never Virginia wets refened the, Committee 18th day of Dccemer, in the year of our Mr. Smiih., of Kv.. offered a resolution

several very important cases for be admitted to representation in Congressuntil of fifteen The Election Committee Lord, 1SG5; anti) Cthe independence! of that Jas. :M. J Johnson, of Aiknn-ns, bo

the government. In that quarter. they establish rocial and political were diiected 10 inquire( into the I'illht of. the United :States:; f AIllPI'icfltlll'lOlh.. admitted to I the privileges, of the floor,
!+ '
peollillq decision
'M.H. SEW AIUJ.SecretalY of his claim.
The Frccdiucn. equality between w.1 tes and blacks." Mr. HARRIS, of Maryland, to a seat as a of :State.:) Discussion ensued, and objection being

We are gratified to be able to state that The Washington Chronicle, edited by member The bill l t.o leg'ulale milrtnd S. .- made, Mr. Sr..ith withdrew

we have information from a number of John W. Forney and said to 'be in the. transportation between the Stales, knownas Tie Slate Deiaiim| counties in thin section of the State, that the New York and Washington AirLine A SMALL COI'EREIICB-TI\o| Bain from tie United Stales Minister to.
of the Administration
large numbers of the freedmen have come confidence came bill bridge (Gag) CM: and/ Compass says : Chili, that the war between Chili and .
forward and proffered to make contracts out on the ICUi ult., 'with a labored was passed, after sharp discus Should the actii of the I late session of Spain is still progressing and that all the

for labor for the coming year. Many ho article advocating the power of Congressto sion, !91 to 02. It was voted to allow each the Georgia and florida annual Conferences I principal, poita are blockaded. The Comimunler -

had left their homes altogother have returned abolish the Southern States and govern member for stationery, $75 for the long in leferen to rdioceding lo the is only waiting instructions from .
to the "old plantation" and askedto them'as colonial and and $15 for the shint session. The joint Georgia Confereae that part of the State the Spanish. Covet!iiment to ct'rnmencainure 5
be taken back? on any terms that will .dependeucies resolution to amend the Constitution "f Georgia enibked in the but nd-; of the I active operations(
secure them protection and a living. conquered provinces I ; so Florida Coufarfce, be concurred in by The Admiral commanding the Valparaiso 'j
We commend the example] to the colored This, certainly, does not look much as to prohibit the assumption or paymentof the General Colcrence, the Florida Con- squadron has grossly insulted!! iho

people generally. They will find like restoration ; but in the present aspect rebel debts by ofiy State, was adopted. ference, as at p'senl orgini/ed'wiI] con- United States\ Minister, Thomas), Nelson ,"
their best interest in a close adherence to tain but three leiidin1; Elders' Districtsand I'ho foreign:: merchants and residents are
home and legutar, faithful labor for their of things at Washington, it is not A Decided about thir six appointments in all. very indignant.Iiitcrrsti: .
employers.-Macon Teleyrapk. tho prospect or chance of restoration that Jlit -. .-

most It is the In the Virginia Legislature week beJ Dr. Jso. L:EAwroRD, for from t
A different state of things, we regret to concerns our people. probability many yearsa ns Mississippi.; !
fore last, Mr. HURST, of Norfolk citizen of ih place] who recently!
say, is witnessed in this city and vicinity- that in the way Congress is now offered the following and county, to Flcda, was eiected: at the late removed [ronpniiik-nae of Tbo Now York News,] r...... .

Since Christmas morning, our streets have legislating, it will not stop until the power preamble resolution election In In. Stale, Senator from the lIIER11IJA, Miss. Dec, G, 18C5. r" *'

been full of Idle 'freed" men and women, of the'States to make laws for themselves ; 11th Senatcal District A cleverer Tlie Lpnlglaluin of this State has nd- i
'Whereas, It is currently reported, and gentleman < one \\Iso ''Will till next '
who have behaved very well, it is true Is wholly swept away. If we have not more faith jom-iied July. The body fancied
I generally believed, that the celebrated fully dischare his duty to his constitu- it had matuied a master piece of lejiisla-
but probably because we have a strong yet reached that point, we are/lin the Hudihrastic! General B. F. Butler is aboutto ents, We vrture to say has nut been lion in the Fiee'linenM bill. How they

military force here, composed of U. 8- opinion of many, so near it, that restora- take charge of this Military Department elected to tit body. Tim citizens of have: been appointed it is needless to, .1 _

Regulars, with vigilant, and determined tion to the Union is fast becoming a matter ; therefore the 11th Disict have done themselves an toll Gon.Howaid'H order of the SOth. 11i'
"Resolved, That whatever honor tilt to Col. Thomas .
money may ipreciating a gentleman\ of settles the
officers, prepared to enforce order and inflict of minor importance. l'RIIII
remain in
the Slate Treasury bo immedi- such) rare ,ualities both of head and henceforth nil laws for the regulation
prompt punishment on all who mis- I' ately divided among the widows and orphans heart. We now him well-have enjoyed ,, of the negro must be made in aecordance
behave or attempt to make a distutbance. ALEX. II. STEPHENS. letter from, of deceased soldiers, and couriers his friemMii' for many years, and never with the whims of the chief of the Freed-

The negroes uniformly refute to make Milledgeville to the Macon Journal be despatched to the various counties, requesting have knowiuny one for whom we cherIsh men's Bureau. If legislation is all to be "
the people to secrete and bury a feelig of, higher Iect.-Bajll. done at the dictation uf Gen. Howard the y!.
contracts to labor
on plantatIons "that distinguished eorgian, the Honorable their plate.
bridge, (Ga. Chart and Compass question naturally suggests itself, why
They have tmA the 15th inst., to "loaf Alexander II. Stephens here, to I Resolution! laid on the table. r. legislate: ] at all 7 Why put the people to

around.1" After that time, they must aid by his wisdom and prudent: counsel, THE Anjista; (Gag,) Chronicle, states the expense of having Senates, Houses of

move off:, and go to work, or take the this legislative body to replace ,Georgia TUB case of tho Commonwealth of Ky., that about thousand negroes have been Retreseniatives not let I it all be. ,done Governors at Washington, etc.1 1(Why
chance of something:. worse for them. among the sisterhood, and elevate her to t... Maj. Gen. Palmer, !5>r enticing slavesto sent fromaat section to the Mississippi would be choaper and suit the South just t

GORE.-Another" Company I of colored her original position. His very presence escape, which was quashed by Judge valley)) by he military: authorities, on account as The well. |
III 'like a blast from Roderick's horn- Johnston, is to be carried, before the of heir lefusal to make contracts Mississippians are perfectly indifferent .
troops left our city on Sunday morning.We about the matter, and aie satisfied
but worth, a thousand men' His health is Court of Appeals. with IheiiformeP owners that the negro will work out his own destiny
believe there is now one
company .
bad, and he looks more like a dead man ---- I. In some way and that neither their\ own
of colored troops still on duty here, j pTP-visional; Governor PARSONS nor "decretal" of Gen.
.than a live one. JEPFEESOX DAVIS.-The N. Y. ITeralu any Howard, can 0
and this one will probably not remain I Fortress Monroe correspondent states ,Alabamahas been relieved of his duties ever make him a white man, or labor like'

long. ----i GEN. GRANT is understood to oppose that Mr. DAVIS has recently been visitedin by the P-sident; and the State Govern members one. Upon into the Congiess subject of, nobody admission seems of our to

LANDS FOB FBII'BIEN.-Th'e' Secretary the retention of the remaining Invalid his casement prison at that place by ment buiendered to Coy PATTON recent care a thing Such utter indifference in

'04 .. of the Interior, in reply to an inquiry Corp officers in the service. If any men his old spiriual adviser, the pastor of St. ly electe by the people.TuiisSTEvENs fore regard witnessed to public eveuts I have never be

from Gen.;Howard, decides that the Freed- are to be retained, he claims the country Paul's church, Richmond, who passed an of Pennsylvania, the ._ -

men's Bureau cannot hold, and the gov- should have the services only of such as entire day with the Confederate Ex-Pres leader d the Radicals in the House of A BLOODY RECOBD.-The few exchanges,

ernment cannot set aside unoccupied gov are able-bodied. ident in religious reading, conversationand Represetatives( concluded his recentslJeech"ga we I leeeived last evening, especially those .
eminent lands in other exercises, and administered to from' Atlanta and Augusta, are filled
Florida Jst the follows
or other
any THE first forty miles of the Union Pacific with murdeis.shootings, BUbbings
State for the him the sacrament. knock
or benefit of freedmen. Railway, from Omaha, (Nebraska,) : downs, robberies, &c., during the past
lIe further Bays, however, that all homestead west, were finished on the 18th inst. The The Legislature of California electedon "'Sir.Siis) doctrine of a'whlte man's Goverumet' week. Old Satan himself] seems to have
and pre-emption laws is as obnoxious as the infamous held Lie Christmas orgies and Invited
? are as applicable track to Fremont Saturday last Cornelius Cole United a
to freedmen as eight miles further sentinvit that damned the late Chief Jima number of willing guests This is quite
*ny>Uier class of \\"est1'111110 JQdished at the end Qf, this States Senator to succeed Mr. McDou- lice iQiveilasling fame, aud, I fear, tofire. in jontrabt'wltb our own orderly and
persons. imfi/inultla i/ fif.t ,,
week gal evorlring: Trr1'aph, 29th.

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l' P nOCEEDINGiI! OF 'l'JlI: LEGISLA'i'IJILE. PROGRESS* OF RESTORA-. Sound ICcnsoning! :. New Goods! ,New Goods! McKIBBIN & ALLEN '
:, TION.
:: .The following is tho conclusionof

SENATE.- Provisional. Governor'- of, Gcorgin a very nJblo and excollent articlein NEW GOODS !

SATURDAY, December :30: 1805. WUIulruwn. tho New York Times, of the 2Uth HAVE NOW IN STORE;

') Senate met-a quorum present.' nit : ,
.": Notices of Intention to introduce bills W ASRINGTo"Tuesdny; Dec,19. This certificato of tho ratifica- The Largest and Handsomest
were given by several Senators. The following has been addressed by tion
of the Constitutional Amendment
" Mr. Vann from the committee on all M. A. Dzialynski
,I l\ .. Seward. to Gov. Johnson : tho
by number of
subjects connected with the colored population necessary
made a report recommending t1 DEPARTMENT OP STATE, > States, is the f rst official rocogni- ASSORTMENT OF
s- the CommHston WASIIINOTON, Dec. 19, 1805To { HAS RECEIVED AND IS STILL
that the bills reported by tion by the government of tho constitutional -
:I' lie rn the table until: the House His Excellency, Jainci Johnston, Provtiioml ; of
equality tho late insurrectionary
i- shall have acted en tht>concnned in. Governor of the Slate of Georgia, RECEIVINGA DRY GOODSEVER
I''" s Mr. Brevard, from the Judiciary lommltteo JKilMffevillf, Ga. States \vith the other .
.. reported a bill to provide additional Sn : The time has arrived when In the States. It, therefoi, is doubly mo Well Selected Stock of Goods, f

. compensation for Cll'cllitJudges, which jndgneut, of the President of the United, montous. It makes an end forever

was read a second time and ordered en- States, the care and conduct of the of slavery: and, at tho same timo, OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLO-
grossed. propir. affairs of the Slate of Georgia vitalizes tho ossontial principle, of RID.Consisting-, .
The bill\ to compel railroad companies nmy'59 remitted to the constitutional au-
t *o pay for stock killed by them, was Ihoitles!( chosen by the people thereof, restoration. It is impossible for :

1 I passed! : yens 20, nays 5. without( danger to tha peace and safety of tho government which has recognized Dry Goods
Several bills wera read a second time the United States. -By direction of the the voice of S -uth Carolinato part of

and referred. il.ent.\ therefore, you are relieved be equally potent with that of
I Art} mrued to Monday. from I lie ti list which was heretofore reposed Massachusotts Brown and Bleached Muslins,
that of
I n you as Provisional Governor of Georgiato Boots and Shoes
UUUS the Site of Georgia, whenever the Governor have the same effect as that of Jaconet

'The House mea: quorum present. eect shall, have accepted and become Now York, in tho amendment of ,

L t Mr. DickisoM reported favor.of the qalifled discharge the duties of tho organio law of the Union, to O Xj O T H I OST G- '
t' "liill to.alter the mode of selling: School the Exeutivo office. You will transfer deny them equal functions in the and
and Seminary lands, and the bill 'was the papus and property of the State now Union. Tho LATEST STYLES OF
''J placej tinning the oideis uf the day.Mr. in your custody to his Excellency, the very highest power of Swiss Muslins, .
Peden, from tie Judiciary Committee GovernO elect. It gives me esppcicl ; a State is to say yea or nay to it proposed Ladies and Gentlemen's Hats .. ,

I made several reports, end the pleasured: couvey to you the, President's amendment to the constitu- ,
billseie paced among the orders of the acknouldgnionl of the fidelity, the loyalty tion. The active! exercise of that Flaunc ,

t dav. ndfhe discretion which have maiked function necessarily: involves all HOSIERY &0.
r the Qovei-i 0' YOlu.llIlinislration. Tickings
The resolution requesting ,
I to send a deputation of tIll eo persons to You wi please give me a reply specifying powers. The Executive De-
, ', Washington: to urge theicleaseof Messia. I thecUy on which this corn nut 'ca- jiarlmout, which certifies: (., the ratification Which he offers on low terms for CASH Blankets

Y u 1.., on bin'" is ref' h ed uf the ameorl.nentbyeight: or COTTON. ,

motion of ,\1'.P olp\', of Leon, amended I have te honor to be your of the late insurrectionary States
it discretionary:.1)1) the cy's ohedlut servant, Excel1on-1 Cloths and
mi as to make is but consistent in remitting to Hay ward's Old Stand.Dec. .
Governor to appoint the St' ID.LOI andRe | WM. II.
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1 pnlD.tlve f-nni ihis Skate, and them as fast as possible] tho full
1I'(' MR. BEWAB TO TUE GOVEBNOR OF OEOR.t Casslmercs.Ladies' .
e adopted unanimously.l GU.DE"ltTRNT enl cise of all powers. Congress, NEW DRUGSTORE

Several bills) wore load a second time OF STATEV1ttlNaTov. > however urged by extreme men,

and. referred. \ Dee, 19, I8Gd. J will nut dare to dispute the rattfica-

Adjourned to Monday.SENATE.. To Ha Elcllrlfllo Governor of the State ton: and undo the legal effect[ of Dress Goods.

I of Geary&jfuictlycvillo, Ga. the certificate. And yet it must

MONDAY, January, I8G(. S The Senate met-a quorum present. have the honr herewith to transmit to soon, by an inexo-ablo logical necessity ,

Notices of hill by several Senators. you a copy l ft the coinmnnication which admit the lights of all the
iwdutt'm) that has been ndtessed to His Excellency, I Merinos
Mr." Stppln nllorod a a States to bo English ,
constitutionally -
Jamed Johnf.f f late Provisional Covet represented
;' jog:'iL'. cuniiuUteebc appointed 1'E'1"l't nor
.. 'W'mt' mpi'lis llii1 Stale: should employ to of Georgia, w'eiehy lie has been relievedof i in its seats.

'eucouage I he immigration of hardy laborers time! trust re"fore reposed in him, -- Gregory & Delouest Alpacas,
fuiin Europe Adopted, and and direca'd I deliver into Your Excel THE PIANO FOU GENNEIttL LEE.-

Me-isis 1 Strelo! Owens and While appoint lency's posse "n the papers and property The Staunton Vindicator HAVE newly fitted up the etoro formerly French
relation, tbtliat trust. I have the says : by I). O. Wilson & Bon, aa a Drug and English Poplins,
ed Mid coi.imitico. "It must havo been a pleasant uiid Apothecary Store, where they offer to their
On motion of Mr Roper, 001 copies If honor to tend you the co-opeiail of trlendti, patron cud the public generally n cum-
Gov. Walker's I"au<;iiiul and Gov. .- the Goveriiiuai of the United Slates, and dolightf'ulsurprisA to Gen. Loo, pleto HRaortmunt ot Drugs, Medicines, Juoml. Poil do Chewers,
% 'n's Addie.ss were ordered printed fur \I henever it tiy< be found necessary, in not being apprised of the fact that cats, Fancy:;}nods, &0. ,

a. : tho use of the Sena'e. ellocting the' $'Iy] restoration and the such present would be made him, (;EGOnV fc irouisT. Plain and FancyAll
N. B.
ll'o"I'itv and welfare, of rhyalelaiiB'jrrcBcrirtiona carefully compounded
Several commu'iicatioiis were received permanent ) I
"until he saw this splendid instru- at all hour,.
from the Governor, making tiomi"ations State over whiolyou have been caked' lo Nov 14-If
preside. | ment at his residence' It was put Wool
j1. '' &c.Mr.. Bievard made a report on.a bill\ to I have the ho\\- to be with great respect up by ono of the Mr. Stieffa in p9r-' P, B. BKOKAW'S'

'"...f allow the) city of Pensacola to issue bonds, your rnoslbedient servant. son. So great was the delight up- Delaines

accoinpanii'd hj' time Attorney Genernl's \WM, II. SEWAltD. on seeing this instrument, that Mr.Stieff LIVERY AND SALE ,
.:', o.-inion that the bill\' uou'dhe CullS tku- .
sold three the American
_I ti nn I. The Snvniiiiii niul Florida on' spot, one Delaines, N
". SI being the mate of this'one, for which '
( The bill to allow additional comgien.saUon mCl's. '
""\iiY-, lo Supreme and Circuit Jiulges, The Florida iei-s, as well as the ho received the' regular price of Stables, !fif. Fancy Silks,

31 i'f jiassnl' 'yeas I.J. nays 5. traveling public, complaining, and we $S0'1." Wo cannot close this notico t

t,;:..,)",. Tho llinisp resolution in reference to Ihinkjiistly, of th ,rese'iit high charges without stating the fact that the In great variety
'="1 i ani'ing, the mi''i'a' pnSM'd-yeas l3! uayi fur passago and Jrht between this oily raijroad company, aid Mr. Echols, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
.4,w.' untie and Jacksonville
ji. this
In vIew of
of Lynchburg owner of the canal 'V'V1.n.1or: ; shawal
Adjourned. commend -
: fact, we the attention of the
,__ nsents of the boats|,|lying between this boat, would not receive a cent' for

HOUSE. city and the Flunk nuts, the following: the transportation of this instru- CARR AGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS AT ALL PRICES.

.. 'The House me'a quo, nun present. nvtlcle taken from! i Tallahassee (Fla.) ment." AM) (HARNESS FOR SALE

; Prayer, I by the ihapluin.Jlr Sentinel, which is prnant with suggcs _TulluliiiBtee, Nov. 0,1805tfEmporium >
Jlr Stanford, from the Committee on lions that some'actitln: their part is real-
Ind'tin' Ah'aiis, mode a report, and thc! ae ly necessary to sir e well founded. [1 av g\xl\'trH: tmtni of Varieties Cloths and Cassimcrcs '
com'auyiulg bill was placed among theo complaint and pres injury to themselves I
,: deis of the day. and the comsrcial Interests of IN GREAT VARIETY.
'I1!.** resolution rftlatincT! to Gen. Grantand Savannah. I I POWDJbill.ICAA ; '
l ; ; -I passed-yeas" 40 We have been infofed that the I
coloied cost
the, troops, Ll*". Hazard A; Dupont WM. P. SLUSSER, HATS AND CAPS l;
of transportation anl ,
between ,
liP I'A none. freight 'IlIa"II,
The House went i llII'to committee of the Charleston and Jacks ills, is thirty percent J I'-t I'occ'\'od and for Tale uvMcKIBBIN TALLAHASSEE FI.A..

xvU le on the bill to -eslah i h a bounty ,.cheaper than it !.between this city : : & ALLEN. BOOTS AND SHOES,

y Ciiinimil, Couit, and after some lime spent and the latter place.lwiielher\ this is .Tnn. 2, ISOO-"t __ __ Copper, Tin and
1 therein, the committee rose and tepoiled( true or not, the presq hii.h! rates are SHEET IRON MANUFACTURER 1 .
m and suicidal to both privaUnd inter I LOST.ON HARDWARE,
the bill back with) amendments, recommended public .

) its passage.A'cnmmuuication ests.Savannah JlfraliLld, I the nHit of.10 V. h of nut mrnth, n La- DEALER IN
was received from .' Gold 1'ul'clct.Vlth five tuppi eels CROCKERY,
the Attorney General relative to the Interest DESTRUCTION OF nR 'Es-We rtl'am' I.( |It-oliO 1111''',0 uno in lhocnlui and four smaller e
= which that the bridge over th towah ones placed nroond it-"small (oil chain attached English French and Domestic -
of tae State in raihoaJs accepted liver, on Tlib ,
m to time elum p. finder v 'I tie i'bora"y Tin Ware &c. &c.
Act of Jan. the State road, has beet asked ,
the benefits of the away. rewarded hy len ing It ut llila oHloo.y.m.2 Goods,
e ith, 1855.:; The bridges over the Vmpe and Yellow -,:St __ __
t Adjourned. rivers on the GeorgJrailroad, have -
Plain & f
"WANTED.TEACnEK Fancy Japanned Ware
---... also been destioyed. | ,
TUB PKEES.-Col. WOOD, Proprietorof These dkasiert! will great inconvenience to take ohnr0ofn School of CSELOOESIR.I2I53S.FLOUR : : .
to the t"ar' | CiO business of XI, twi'iily Buliolnri, ut Ml the Chicago Museum, in announcing the I Imuof, thu 1'cmswolilunclG.U.K.,midway between
countl'-.ltICOIi ph, 21th. and Quincy lie must bo ,
Tiilluhne8uo uompotont
the suspension of the free list, makes the to teach: nil tho KngllHli; branohcs A wounded A large and handsome variety of

following sensible remarks : In consequence of UiVfusnl by the (C. t!.) soldier preferred. For further pnrttou- SUGAR
Jars,(ldlr088 T. n. lIUDNALf., ,
"Dead heads are those who obtain Legislature of Tennessee! allow the negroes Di'O. 30-4t _Midway, Fla. COOKING STOVES
something for nothing. Hence, an editoror to testily in court, War Depatttneiit "
reporter, who visits the Museum and has issued. orders to;n. Fiske, the For Sale in Lake Ciiy Combining TOBACCO, &c., &c.

gives his readers a desci iptiou of what he SU;>PI'intendont of the Fr news Bureau LARGE HOUSE with nbout un acre of SHEET IRON
\ sees and hears there, (thus rendering a in that State, to take all }es in which A land, pour the, Hallroad Piipot-reoontly occupied Powder, Shot and Percussion
quid 1)/09'10 for his ticket,) is as far as the rights of negroes are hived before (18 oboardlnnhouao. Tho building, out AIR-TIGHT,
liuuHOB A.O., ullin I good order and a II no well of
the military courts for adjication.According .
possible from i being a 'dead head. In water on the prcnilnes. An excellent bargain BOX, AND Caps.
fact, I always consider printer's ink as can bo had in tho purolmao of thin property. i
more valuable than money, and am, to the muste lis, Alabamasent Apply to UUa A. if. Luciw,ut Jacksonville,or PARLOR COOKING STOVES, :
nt tliis olllco.Deo. All trimmed in'a aDd durable
to establish into the Confederate les man-
therefore, ever anxious a mutual army one .
exchange of courtesies with those hl1llo'an'\ '1 twenty-eightLusand men. Lake 19-4t.City "Trcea" please copy 4 times,andSOU'1'l1LRN nor They can be shipped to any part of Wines & Liquors
F'>_ who write for the public press." Of these, thirty-four thousi have been Ki>nd bill to thin otKco. the country with perfec t safety. STOVE ,
-- -- killed fnd died, from the ells of woundsor PIPES and ELBOWS constantly on hand.
: Louisiana perished from disease banna./fur- MPOUT: Out-door "'ork-'fln Roofing, Gutter
The Stock in the State
J Legislature were badly victimized a nished twenty-four genera Beers, five AND ing down Pipes, Ornamental House largest ,
few days since A communication wasreceived of whom were killed in act IMPORT COMPANY. Heads, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead.
work of OF
every description
by the Senate of which the foK
lowing Is the opening : "The undersigned, The war department hasj j issued an done on short notice.

ai a committee of ladies, acting in the order mustering out of the nteer tier- COMPANY Is not'organized and w. WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, CHAMPAGNE t
name of a large number of ladies of New vice thirty-three additional meats of THIS prepaied to make liberal udvuacea on Notions.WOODENWARE : PORT, SHERRY AND
Orleans, wish to present your honorable white and colored Infantry aIry and CLARET WINES COCKTAIL

body with a United States communication flag, etc,1; The artillery. of the various mini t departments Cotton and other Produce WILLOW WARE.TOYS, AND STOMACH, -
Senate received the accepted
fixed hour in the BITTERS, &c. &c.
the flag and an ,
The Lowell mills\ male i profitof conelgnod to our Agent In Liverpool. The pros CHRISTMAS PRESENTSOf
afternoon for its formal 'ece lion.- lint vuluo Coiton In LiverpoolU I from 50 to 51 a
Shortly afterward they repaired to the one dolhr on every pot I of cot- oenlll per ouund forgood Upland Cotton and from every description on hand. Call apd 'The merchants of Florida are respectfully -
House of for used fid to f 1.32 c nU for good long CoUon I In bold examine before purchasing elsewhere requested to examine our stock
Hall of the Representatives
ton Vfa v i'l udvnnoe ona-liulf vuluo in Gold or ltd Nov. 7,1805-3m before deciding to purchase In New York.
the of electing a State printer. .
equivalent In OUrIOn"y.'VI'
That duty 11erfol'l11ethey 1etul'nel\: ]Haximillian had better in a iolloltoidti Tur goads from the Merchant W H WHITNEE as we will duplicate all bills at New York

their own chamber and ordered forthwith, hurry and pack his truf The| and Btnal'est I'lantei orders. Tho for,goods all'lelekt flora r.toi England: tlnn paid, France to the prices eight., thereby saving them time and

thai evu.ytiling relating to the flag should! lower branch, of the India ogle aud Uerinanv.1UCUARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW
1'08itit'ely told at retail.Dlchlblin .
the of the F. FLOYD, President goods
be from journals
expunged laturo tho 21st by a \4 MADISON .
on of 73 Jacksonville, Florida.E FLORIDA.
the hash
Senate. In the, Interval, fact resolution T. Film, Agont, Liverpool, JJngland.J. : & Allen'
lade; to 1, adopted a i clean I'RAOTICE IN THE: COUUTS OF
the desiring.to WILL
leaked out that T. BKHNMID, Agellt, 'l'lillabllll.ecl"IIIoi Middle Circuit. '
I woke 1 the prcseota"ou' wwe colored" I :Jtav', :'liian' out of Mexico Mov, 10-3m Uco. 23, 18tl&-tf Dec. 5. 1865-tf -

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'Tti GCd'and<1]! New: 'Year.' Of all thoso outrages no notice i is: Santa Anna. r D t@ ) :

Ulna nut, Wild bnlln,"to the wild<1 sky taken If observed, only to com- The renowned General 'SantaAnna @ mJ ug .
The flying cloud, I the frosty Unlit; pliment "the in'their ..
The yeAr In dying In tlio night i boys" gallant is at.this time enjoying his, ... "', .. I
wild bills, and let him cllo. work of purifying the State and -. -n.. >.... .
King out, restoring otmm r.U1d"nitate in one of the ...c..: ';-;;-'4.:} : "* .... ::- "
Ring out the old,ring In tho now, ,loyalty! And this i* in' liitle isles of the Western A'rchipel- .. .-t.:
i I ." King, happy bells, ncrnm tho snow j jTho j' keeping with tho dictation of'the '
year H going,let him ya ; ago. Ho has played a conspicuous 'nRUG > : MEDICINE lJ
King out the fnleo, ring In tho true charges given by. thoi I different part in tho history of his country, i' cJJ: : 1 ,
judges who in the civil M
preside and is in romarka-
Ulnp1 out tho grief Hint cape the mind, many respects a '
Fur those that wore hero we ego no moro). courts and the teachings' of the editor blo man. Thirty ago, the 11.l
out tho fond of rich mid l poor, years ::1:: :
Citing Ring In rodriMs to nil raiuiklnd. ; propor of The Knoxville Whig. hero of Tampico' destroyed tho last .I.

Judges in giving their charges, in a of old Spain. 'Ten years afterward -
Ring\ out the mint; tho core, tho fin, army T. DR.- T..8..TU1\C[
Tho: fnltlili'coldnoBS of tho timed; majority of instances, urge the suppression he lost a log in resisting ,

Butrrlng Kin?tho nut,fuller ring ont nilnptrul, my mournful In. rhymes' of all mobbing, robbing, the landing of tho French in Mexi. &

etc. at tho time DRUGGIST APOTHECARY.
nnd blood, same announcing co. At a still more recent period,
lUnjr ont fnlno prMo In place
Tho civic Blunder and tho nplto ; that they can't see how this can bo he directed with consummate skill

Ring" In tho love love of truth of good.and right, done when\ they take into conside- anil energy tho resistance of his do- TALLAHASSEE. FLA. '
King In tho common .
ration, tho many wrongs they have gonerate countrymen to the conquering __.__ tit
Ring out old nhiuli'8 of foul dicoiwo, to in consideration of maltreatment f
King out tho narrowing hint of gold ; right armies of the United
King out tho thousand won of old, at the hands of the rebels! States. ;it ,-DEALER IN- \
In the thousand yours of pence.
Hence who could anticipate any He now finds himself an exile in "
Itlnar In tho,valiant mOil anti frio, other state of society than that AD! '
Tho Inner heart, tho kindlier' hand l St. Thomas, where ho dwells on FRENCH 1 ENGLISH DRUCS {
Ring out thuiMrkmss of tho hind!, which disgraces the societies of this one of tho lofty hills, occupying an .

Ring In tho Christ that., .Is to bo country. elegant establishment, surroundedwith MEDICINESLlCALS! 1

[Correspondence of tho N.'Y. NowaJBloody This is the peace and quiet-the extensive grounds and luxuriant : .

Doings: in East Tell restoration to the equilibrium of shrubbery. He is fond of ,

ncsscs.BntsToi I other days! Thi is compliance sweeping the horizon with his glass, / PAINTS, OILS

TENS., Dec. 8, 1SG5. i with the mandates of the ConstitutiontlLe and discourses with his visitors with DYE-STURS ,
enforcement of the laws !II somowhat of the majesty and I WINDOW
since when the graco
But few weeks I GLASS
a rounds of the This is the result of the benign influence of a small Napoleon. St. Thomasis 1 ,
news was going the of Radical teaching this renovation BRUSHES AfJDDEJJ"
'had resumed tho Elba of the Mexican exile ; ,
press that everything old of tho country by mob lawas only it is the French who have

ite wonted quiet, an genneman'I' taught and nfgod by Brownlow's clipped tho wings of this onglo, and SEEDZ :
name of Lorkin ,
by of who lived near Boan'sStation organ, The Knoxville., Whig. banished him from his native eyrie. Ph'sl 114 may rely ,npoi? flat i11w tltcif I'I'("cl'i3).
years ago, insult- *.. Ho is still erect, 'his eye has lost &t Ks tim C IIII OIUldNI (':"'-(>Jully and ICCIII'lh'ly, of-

Granger county, was The Internal Revenue Law nothing of its.former fire, and he tlio vct-y best m: I'mloo; at all Molls of the clay flint niglit.Nov. .
of the returned patrons, as .,J
by one 2-tf .
soldiers are called, -Tax on all Kinds ol Cloth- handles his wooden leg with consid- --- '
tho discharged to ing. erable ease and dexterity. lie is WHOLESALEAND \
when ho procurred a Hodgkiss Stt & Co.
said to look the Austro-French .K
have him arrested. Isis life was accordingly The following decision has just upon .
( due Empire as a vory temporary affair.It COMMISSION RCHANTS
threatened, henco been"announced : .. :-... ,

caution was taken of a night to ''TREASURY DEPARTMENT, is reported that the Emjeror NO.24 OLD SLIPNEW YORK.
guard against au attack, as the Ol FICE Oi'INTERNAL REVENUE, J Napoleon has addressed an autograph Thnn., II. nocl l 'KlKK, Into oftiimbullon Iiutlior! RETAIL STORE,
as the iliiUimoie, I .
"mob law" was designated Washington, Dec.. 2,'1865. letter to the Secretary of O. \V, Scott,of 111'in of G f- Scott:! A. Cu,Tnlln-

medium for 'revenge.and Night disturbedtho after SIR : In .answer to your letter of State, asking the United States to D.Initial"II. 1'.*<.11,10, of. flnnof If'o I: *: ItiiWiilt" Hnlii.brlilgc --- r jG.

night passed no one November in relation drosses I recognize tho Emperor Maximillian (ji.: IW.
family quiet; .still they did not I I U..l\>r,1o,of film of*"'.fa'c'ott i Co,Till- I W. A. 1. Seotr& CO.
I of Mexico de '
the Government
The old :: I have to say that tho tnx'on clothing as liilmanLC, }<'III. ISpcclul I

abato their vigilance. i I or articles of dress for the wear facto. I".
and son composed -
gentleman, daughter of men, women and children, is six Gov. Humphreys has ordered an ntttntlon gh"euu *be sale of nil kinds of ,.

the family. par' cont. ad.volo1'cln". that is six SOUTHER]I'ROOJUCE, Wj: R Efil'EC'U'I: cxi.v info:,an our
The old gentleman finally gave election for militia ofucors in the i J.Hlldr that\I U 1111\e "I"'IICIII"
under the excessive vigilance he cents on a dollar or $6 on every' several counties of Mississippi, on 111\1110 the ptnclmso ni lili'iiiont of \ .
way $100 of the value of clothing or ar I Wholesale f.nd Retail :::
had exercised to prevent suppriso, the 10th of January next. Household! and: Imitation Goods, ....
ticles. A garment worth or which <
and fell asleep. The son stood sentinel Latest from the thin" lid htniiil III Tnlliili"iiiii, < ,1I..r"1'. "' nro4.u .
sells for $10 is to be taxed sixty reports Wares, jtplcmcnls: ,
would not undress ']>iuctl' tu III'II|}' cutrluntiis uitli! all. kiiiUn ol
; his father cents. If it soils for $20, the tax is fields on the Columbia river represent .
but slept in his old, corner chair so ', them the richest.in the MACHINERY, &C. .
$1.20 ; if for $40, tax $2.40: and so as Dry Goods ,
as to be ready for any emergency. ', on. The tax in all cases is on the world.- .-- tI' 1 _
been dispensed P.EF)ENCES : .
Tea had hardly _
and --
value of the garment, not sim. o Groceries
with before tho tramping of pass- 1I1.IIIIS Corner &.5., I uw York. ,
cost of making; MILITARY DIRECTORY. J. Lt Moore, Grill Cm.Jlrjnnt .
l.n..om"n could be hoard. To plyWhether Grown, M'Koniury, Ala.
Ingthis HUiOOAAAV** ". -- n. dress maker furnishes
In A. 11 .nil I, UnciMi '". Boots and: Shoes
attention given. ,
no was q I the material, or makes up materials r DEPARTMENT OF FLORID.\-HEADqUAB. K. Bond Macon ,
short ,time, however, the TEBS STATE HOUSE. Jn., G. WhllHolemopollii, .\In.Wm v f1
house" heard I furnished by others, the tax is the U-illy, I'luK'it' St.iie Bunk of Florida, Eatc and Cape
"surround tho were fTlioo. ,
the entire valuo of the ,
same on ar-
when the son ran to his father and Major G'-n. J. G. FOSTER, Commanding. r.. Ilimibpiii' free. hit!. File Inn. Com ,;P
I ticlo made. In the latter case 13rt. Gen. Clias. Mundee A. A. G. /
Brig. puny :
from his 41 tf"re. I IDESIRABJ
him ,
attempted to arouse i however, the tailor has the right to,I Surgeon: A. I). llassou, U. S. A., Medical Oct. |_ Clothing,
slumber but in vain, until escape Dnector. CITY PROPERTY
; collect the tax from.tho owner of ,
was beyond hope. They' demanded CapU E. C. AVoodiufF, A. D.sC. Hardware
tho material or party for whom he Pft SALE ,
when the daughter, from Capt. M. Martin, A. Q.M.:;'Chief QY. MY.
entrance, them not makes the articles. The law provides Capt. S. A. Foster, C. S. U. S. A., Chief OFFEIt ft 'onlo u roinfnrfafclo '
to and
the window, bogged I Crockery
the following exemptions. Commissary Subsistence. Jwelllnllt", recently -
break the doors down, that, she Lieut. Col. Wilder JM U. occupied by J THUS. 1 IIn\\vnrd I
I 1. Any dress,,maker, whose product Jobu: S. C. T., and flour tho (Kidmen of M. 1) III I
would them so soon as she Judge Advocate. I : Tin"""" 'icon n AgriculturalImplements
open 4f es not exceed the rate of six !I. eqimru 11r r. .
could dress I So soon as the door t dollars Capt. L. R. Moore, 2d U. S. C. T., A. A. of fight; Loin '1(1.111(' the nbonnilful
hundred per annum, or fifty "ro\' nnks Attnohod uioeutbuupee. several I
| General.
the mob rushed ,to her Inspector lunjliiu'kltchon, carriage liouauand!
was opened, knocked ;{ dollars per month';' and shall be Capt. Win. \. Robinson, 10th U. S. C. stahiu wid n yer-IYdiing wollof fxcolli'lit valor. i ,
gray-haired old father, mado by her own labor, or the labor ,Artillery, Commissary of blusters Thuro:ir,.'ht lots ocmllifuiiUH, for cnn ,-
then dragged him to the bl.purllh Bimin time. Term this At the Lowest Cash 1'rircK furCash
him down euJ"r
of her family, is exempt from whole in. t. II rare opporuinlty Tic
portico with his daughter' clingingto duty. DISTRICT OF MIDDLE,, WESTERN ANn olitjlnliii n iliiiiblu city ri'xldunou In pleasant '
around his SOUTHERN FLORIDA. luc illty. thWinil ndttrli; fnf" InrciKimluii.. or Cotton.
him with her arms 2. Any dress maker exclusively J JUS. JOHN WILLIAMS. .

person. Ono of the villians then engaged in manufacturing clothing Brig. Gen. John Newton, Comriaiidiiig. -cloliuraol IluUng cutnbllslird! a brunch of our bouse :in ,

placed his pistol to his breast and | or articles for the wear of men, 1st Lieut. G. N. Bom ford', A1 D. (C. I, J. ,
shot him. The ball entered his 2d Licut; U. Henry Patrick, A. D. C. fEELER, NEW YORK I .
children to order
I women or as cusI -
heart; He moved so as to straighten ATTOTEY AT LAW Wo are prepared. fiirnli-h, i\
torn work, and not for salo gene- 7 I goods: 'nil Mud i *, Ii
I .
POST 01' TALLAHASSEE. nny quantity o this'' hortiiil nut ice,
crossed his d
himself arms on in on tlio'
rally, who shall make affidavit that I liAUASSPB, I'T.OJUIIA.Offlcf Blest uih'mil.IL,roll* terms ,

his feeble breast and expired. The the entire amount of her Maj. M.. M. Blunt, 7th U. S. Infantry, J Stairs over the Stato Bank .

fainting and agonized daughterwas tures so made does not mannfac-I' Commanding Post. .-- Cash Advances Made on Cottcn t

then knocked' down by the sum of one hundred 1st Lieut. C. A. Coolidge, 7th U. S. I., Until> ,'er the entitMihlinioiit of Shipped to ,'" '1
Post i I:1P: Go\uniinuni, will give! III'om'llIt.! r
same ruffian with a pistol, laying is from duty. Adjutant. tuntlnn toitHiB-Ci\H and! CI'lmllllll-hofnro I c
num exempt 'I i 1st Lieut. W. II. Hutchinson, 00th! U. S., Hodgkiss, Scott & Co. "
the flesh on her forehead to the of the the I'rovoJftiiliiil, nf Tallahassee, when par ,
I These
open are provisions C. T., A. A. Q. M, Post and Depot. tics niiiy ij'u liwl ad loo and itsalBtnnro,and
her skull, and left her for dead!- law on this subject, and tho officers Surgeon II. E. Huberick, 99th\ U. S.C. T., net ng coujf for tho dofonco before the Military Oct. 24-tf NEW YOK.K
Of this no cognizance was taken, In U. S, A. Gen'l ()oortlj. 11111.I "make investments In real t-s-
of the Internal Revenue are bound charge Hospital. tutu, and p'tlutu loans secured by mortgage| ,
notwithstanding several officers of.. to enforce them until-alterotl or repealed Roil. nUunp oilier butiluoti of lit i chnriu U'r. PEATOEIUS & CLARK t
iotobcr-tf ,
tho State Government were near. I by Congress. On no single ,BUREAU OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN AND .

A few days 'subsequent to this subject have more letters been written ABANDONED LANDS. Saddl;Harness and CarriageISTADLISIIMEN'l'1 MEJtCIIAXT TAILOKS.TALLAHASSEE ,

cold-blooded tragedy, Col. Joseph I j I, to this office than on that of the Col. T. W, Obborn, Ass't. Commissionerfor

Hamilton, ono of the most prominent liability of tailors,'milliners, dress- Stale of JTioiida. ( FLORIDA,

men in the eastern portion of I makers, etc., and tho Commissioner Capt. S. L. McIIenry, A. A, G. .---5. VIE1': CONSTANTLY! ON HANI

the State, a gentleman of more than is well 'aware that there may be I Lieut. Col. W, L. Apthorp, 31th U. S. .L]. uud fur sale u large and varied netortmi.nt of
four-score and ten, was called'to 'I C. T., Inspector. Iliavnt' rcccl vest a large assort]
years and of / 1"
onequality cases < ,IIUII.ldt1lg o
apparent { GENTLEMENS
shot. Maj. S. Conant, 3d U. S. C. T., Inspector CLOTHING !
his door at : I
nights real hardship. Future legislationwill Surg. J. W. Applegate, U. S. V., Surgeon Unnt ,'n's anil Lmlles1, Saddles, i
But five days since, and ono of",tho :| doubtless apply suitable rem In Chief.. Finn }ble and! Single Ilaraeaa, ALSO, i

most prominent citizens of Greeii I edy in all such, cases. But while I Chaplain. II. Moore, sUb U, S. C. T., HudJU'lotba IlrldltUollnra, und Whirl,

county had to seek, refuge in"this the law remains as it now is, the Supeiintendentof Instruction. Slice:' idincs of every description. Cloths, I
from the murderous mob that. Chaplain L. M. Hobbs, 3d U. S. C. T., Leutlof nil kinds, ..
place tax'must be assessed substantially Asst Superintendent do. Trnvug Bntohuls; iind Trunks, Cassinicrc.s '
was in quest of him, having to leavea o.'s'I have indicated above. .. Badttnil Ilurnusa Hardware, ,

murdered wife andbuilding in Very iespoctfullyv OHW Trliniuliufs.Wajnild! Buggy dubs, ,

flames. The mob went to his dwelling D. 0. WAITMAN, FURNITURE. UugAxlu liugdbnfts und, jnokos: Springs and, Rims, lTestings:' ", : '

and called for him. Fortunately Commissioner. .'
Deputy '
} he was!'absent' They then I THE UNDERSIGNED lilaFurniture HAS nEe ffiEIAGES AND BUGGIESof IVcck. Tics <::,: :rs'I'I'IS11Sllenllel'S

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cowhided his wife, then boat her
I The jail of .Crittenden county Ware-Room evideixjrlptlon,
with;clubs, finding that life was and Mono lloltlng.AVi .
after court had
still existing,'shot her, then set fire : Ky., opened a mado to order and Repairing dons with .. .,
broken and baa on band and la receiving a good assert- .
' jury empanelled, was open dUnt
to all the buildings on the farm! and mom of A> for wheeler & Wilson' and IIowo's i Gentlemen's
and released. Josec.
left. Several bouses belonging to some eight prisoners SE1NU 1'U C11INESS. : _
The Court having, nothing to .do, CABINET FURNITURE.am .* J.'I>:. PUEDY .
men of Southern sentiment were TMiunsoe Fin Oct. 2s'ttR. Oenllom '. .

burned down in Hawkins; county adjourned.The DAMON. .". POST. A. M. HOBBY IIiJ' Store stylefflA'SAi funds_ ,la fashloudie

this week! Old ladies, sixty-five ., Indianapolis Journal says Ootobor 81-tJl I i Ooloher 2t-tfttQi'-ji-T'tti"n'.. .
years of, ago were also .brutally I I there is'an editor in Wuyno county, GROOERIES.AGENEUA.L ,; POST &HOBBY, Dissolution of : .

whipped a few days since in Green Indiana, ."whose oath would not t Copartnership

'county- simply because their relatives commit a weasel of robbing a hen unhortuieut....111 by of CUO. Ccral.f Commission Merchants. TUE IIrlll thoo"i of lodoblo lfcDoa<1!:ul to&,sold Hobby II dissolve! <1'
in tho if found in the queltAJd t.ettle t ,clIJIl& ,withfibe r re
wore Confederatearmy. roost, coop.with OEO. DAMON, NEW ORLEANS sori""r." > or nOle sub
Next door to XT Mrcly'u( iiug Stora. LA.
in his mouth
I blood
October 31-tj I I iv. U-2ni Nov. W-tf JO/fN