The Florida sentinel
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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 4, 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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ijl1it ti s r(exy 1 JlJJtniht t thin cap urti: Ho is a very stern [From the Richmond "Whig J From Lire Savannah herald, Dee. 27lli. I of all tho'marks and remarks of tho"

0$,. man and the uncompromising: eno- I The Armies of Generals Lee The Lamar, Cotton Ct.G3.' cotton, so that I may know to whom

\ IS. r-CBLISIlED, EVERY my of tories.whoui he hung without and Grant-Tho Fbrco"that it belongs. All tho ((9)) bales stowed '
t I .,, : mercy wherever ho found, thom. Invested Richmond,' Trial of Mr. G. 55. ntnar. !Sf.:I :nt No. A" belongs to me.

Taes.'! '11:.,.yThtlrsiayant, .; Saturday. "; ,'i Of course, persons of the tory per- Tho report of tho Secretary of for Officers an attempt, &., &c.to bribe U. S. Letter from'G. B. Lamar, Jr., ,to

! ,Al',,'& ;allatgascey, ,Fla. suasion manifested a salutary dread War throws a light on a mattor of his uncle then at Savannah : '

.d ? '?' '""I of Col. Campboll. There is this history in regard to which\ much interest Tho Military Commission TnoiiAsviLir: ; GA., )

'v'cIio1stic ; i tradition of him in the Preston fam- has been felt tho engaged Nov. 13 1865. \
by public. upon the trial of Mr. G. B. Lamar ,
I 1nlar {tea* Atmmti : Four ily, his descendants : Wo refer to the strength of the'Army was organized yestordpy underlie Dnn UJJCLE-I sent you by',Col.

e itrllnN for Sis Hloiitlas, In The Hon. Wm. 0. Preston, whena of tho Potomac, under the immediate orders of Haj. Gen. Brannan, Barnard this morning a full statement -

t'{&\1' y ladvaince... Single. Copies 1O youth, was travelling tbro'ighKing'A command of General being tho same DS that employed in of what was going on here-
ent'3. Mountain county. Ho stopped Moado, but directed by the Lieu- the late trials of Bradley and Gen. and what cotton Beard had ship-
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'. I.'j'' at a :wayside house for rest andrefreshment tenant General, at the two important 'Mercer Capt. Watrous, 10J:: legt. pc T, I send, this evening, further .

' :;:.\\I'ES' g';". Dir'6 :TIlSI: G,! : A very old woman periods of the Spring of 1804, U. S. C. T., is the Judgo Advocate, shipments viz : U. S. 75 W. A. P.

':to 1>e' pain' ;fov** i1*in* Advance.piiroll sat on the porch when ho enteroil 1, and the Spring of 18G5. General and is assisted by Capt. Thompson, -U. S.) 50 ; Total 125All

0". agtiar; <<,'cr2'( o linos,)01"10.., for tho' i and regarding him with great, attention Meade crossed the KapMan, on.the 12th Maine Rogt. as legal adviser. shipped through Colby & Co.-

fret In''r ;on_...::. ; _i...ai..._ .:.;'.... $1. 00 inquired his.name. It did 4th of May, 1604, with 1-20,030': :Mr. Lamar appeared with Messrs. That marked W. A. B.-U. ,$. is
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Jscb Bnb. qnent h rln. : '' 7L apparently a mono General Grant says, in his Lloyd and IIartridge of this city as private cotton) Board's pickings!;
JJ t.ta mid I-etti'l'solipea' t "to T>oI oeargod her curiosity. She host ever; resumed nUll
report, that "by six o'clock 'of the .counsel. a good thing he is making cf
Utuulcnt ertlmMni-hts, '
I the ttiilo ai
\ her scrutiny as he sat at din-
of the iSih he General lw* '
? Dfomldelon: iiduilnw morning ( ,
except Notice o is : -
'Inlrttar, t .r i}'!Blob l tliihrro" :: shill IK'.. :SO 0 0 ner ; and when, after having slept i Burnside) was leading: his corps into cniroza. Seward,has addressed a communication -
N&tcei for a short time on a bed in an ad- The charges aro in snbstanco as to Browne
t .At ttijitiftfrj" an\ 'rrib.teeor. Kcupeoten action near tho Wilderness tav- of which I enclose
'irjoa i'lIil; itkt.ome'lr'1"\ ': joining room, he awakened, this rn." Burnside's force (tho Ninth follows : you a: copy and hope it will

''/ pertinacious old lady was again re- Corps) numbered 20,000. Thus, in 1st. Charging G. B. Lamar with meet with 'your approval. I want,

TrHZ.3ENrUNEl I garding him. /fche then said :- the second battle (Wilderness) ,after conspiracy with James L. Seward, if possible, to stop Browne altogether -
I "Young gentleman, ;you are surprised Arthur P Wright and G. B. Lamar and if Seward backs
Iii the otf tS rnpor tiv Florid that"ispnbfshod;; crossing: the Rapidan, General: out, I intend
tUr" IluletrI'IIklln! i hcreforcairords !its Bubo : at the interest I havo taken Monde had under his inuno'lhtc Jr., to embezzle Governmentcotton. IlS your agent, to get another
n.; 'II.. '3 '.01'11tho\ I'Mdrcal.moanB of outlining; ,the t- I in :you. I will explain it. You re- command, one hundred and forty lawyer. I am writing hastily, as
,; "' ir"' nsltuby :telcttr' ,ti'i I\I\J"'mnl:", and fall 1'0.1 mind me greatly of a man I once thousand troops :From the !best 2nd. Charging him, with unlaw- the gentleman who is to carry thisis

'I q l'erl."fl'O[ : iTew.Yirl l: and Southern Itiiri-.ato. saw ; that man was Col. Win. CD nip- information we can obt tin, Generd fully appropriating; to himself Gov- waiting. I will send hereafter

of Il ll.o w ill also (jfufi.11 Tile ropor.s*eninel(oC the l t. fnrnibhuil pmoocillnfta( tof bell, of King's Mountain." 'It is Lee's army'commenced this series ernment cotton, with intent to defraud a.1 my letters sealed throuO'hO'FI11

F Logljintum. not remarkable, madame," repliedthe the United States. & Co.'s
.ul> e'rtlerii tt tbo lowest llvingrntca.r' ; of battles about seventy thousand fl n messengers.--
,f": .h' young man ; "he was my grandfather strong, and received no re-en- 3d. Charging him with attempting Write me find let me know if my

and in the family I am forcements, except the small forceof ; to bribe various military and action thus far is satisfactory, and

JOS 'PRHITB JO.In.AJo thought to resemble him. My name three or four thousand: that cargo civil U. S. officials, among whomare be sure and.correct where it is not.

4 t! xlon with the Sohtlncl, we hi'M it ml- is William Campbell Preston., from the valley undf:1'lh'eckinriJgi, rained: Col. W. K. Kimball, i Yours, truly, I

; :poor! grid .vii.ltd"a.sot tment of ncwi'Jobblne "I knew I could not .be mistaken shortly before the battle of Cold 12th Maine Vols., :Major G. A. Hastings G. B. LAMAE: Jn.

}(La1erlal, and_aru.preparcI to cecute'o'l"ory aJd'do- ," replied the old women. She 'Harbor. 12th Maine Vols., A. G. Look out for consignments of the
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8ortptl l torwori In thet'Ille.with norttnoci then added : "Young gentleman, I Browne, Jr, Treasury Agent, and above
deppGl.!! 'AlKon liund .a'fin o Muortmont ufIijjLH. After tho battle of Spottsilvania mark-it is all your cotton.
4 .,Mf''priuhii In enters. Orders ly mail or never saw that terrible man, your Court House, re-enforc'tnonts, in W. A. Beard, Government contractor. Colly,& Co., consignees.

e,prc.e will r>-(.,'.i-e prompt attention. Oar I'rl- grand-father, but once ; but that large: number, were sent to Gon ..
oeu lira is 1 lirtr an the present high cent of stock occasion,' made an impression; upon Grant from The specifications which enumerate -
Washington SUJUICI'-A Personal
; upon Skotcli.
'lJU&t rl..la, 1 ltoo.- ..nllIvlnC will Hilralt c.f, nnd nre.hd'Jv it loss. instances the abovegeneral
never can
my memory My sustaining
his from
vhloh rulo in other forming::; (a junction Gen. .
the Iao"i wed ratoi [ishlngton Cor. of tho N. Y. World ]
husband took the side: ia this: chief whichis
II wrong: Butler he enforced tho charges, among
1ttll'a 0"" hUHhl4fio" was re by Senator Sumner sits back in tho 1
-- war, They called him a Tury.- the unlawful appropriation of a
-- whole strength! of the Army of the
'--1iiw Your (grand-father took him out ol James. In the meantime General lot 'of'cotton-07 bales marked S- last 1'0but in full sight from every

SXOUTTTAZ27.'_. the house and hung him to the gateposts ; Lee had: been compcllol to weaken we find it impossible to make room point in the, galleries.he If any onedoubts'whcther
is :
A It CC.3iRt. Z.w mi:1iHcH"2. before him.my" eyes. I coull l himself by, sending' Brccuimiilgebuck \ for in fu'l.the: of the republican side, let him ask'Sumner .
After tho
never forget reading charges
.W'- to the Valley, and uiipitfhingHilly :
and what h thinks
Such i iKing's see <5 about it.
men were tho heroes of and specifications tho accused
A friend'irtfbrms that ho dined fifteen
us ( with tome or twen'y His about the
sharp nervous glance
( a few days $:rice;.b m this city, attliilioiwo Mountain. They fought for thousand men, to meat' Hunter, through his counsel entered a plea Louse, his, readiness to rise like yeast
and the freedom tho the Court de- .
of of
gained i continent to jurisdiction ,
descendant of This
of a lady the then moving on Lyncliburg.
; with the the aris-
slightest warning
that their descer.dantsmight nying that it hid authority to try
cfllebfatc-d"patriofi hero, Go,'. Isaac reduction, of force was not compensated tocratical in which he "I
f the fruits of way says,
enjoy the: valor.-N. thi cage.
Bh lhy. hero hung upon tho walln by the accession gained from "
, 0. cleared object to that, or the graciously condescending -
The and the
I ftno oil painting representing the tho garrison of Richmond and the I II room was manner in which he an-

I fJIlchwd eneigetie}: countenance of ---'-- I force between this city and Petersburg i Court deliberated with closed doors nounces, "I have no objections"asif
r lung's NEGROES IJC THE GALLI.KICS; CosGRErs.the up9n tho plea. After deliberation,
the hero of Mountain. The or under Beauregard.On his decision fixed tho matter without -
cloth used ot the tablo was a damask < Washington correspondent .tho 1st of March, 1SG5, a the Court announced that the plea occasion for further actionall I
I linen .ble cloth the of the New York News, writing was overruled and that the trial! any -
t ; propertv mont t before the final and success show that he has taken of
:,$"i, of Cot Ferguson, captured at under date of the 8th, says : ful assault on Lee's lines, the would proceed. the senate and the whole 1;
.. :Mountain. It had been "A now feature is exhibited at The defendant then pleaded uN lOt country.
: V King'' strength of the Army: of th'o Potomac v lIe has a full, fine baritone voice,
down heirloon and is this session.: ; This is the Stantonas guilty.
handed is
; as an appearanco given by Secretary which one who has ever been
It j is in the galleries of both houses, The caso was at once opened by any
$ in pefect'presorvation. large 183, 73. This was the "available five minutes in the senate can hardly '
j enough to dine more than: twjenty of large numbers of negroes; and force present for duty." Tho the Government. fail to hare heard for if ho isn't i'
L";. ; up
,. regresses and the airs Capt. Bannell, U. S. Detective
and beautiful they
person, the figures are put on exact strength of tho Army of tho with a memorial from 25,000 Mas;a-
rind perfectly distinct, noiwilh- is a caution. They push themselves James, at that date, is not stated ; was called as the first witness. chusi-ta for the immediate
women praying -
into the ladies'; lie testified that he was at Thocias : -
of time since itsmanufacture galleries autf
standing the lapse but tho number os, troops present collegiate education of the
thrust' themselves ir.to the fronts ille, Ga.( during the latter partof i
and the use and acci- for duty in the Department of Vir contrabands on the shores of Lake
: ... I No decant people will sit oti the all wIth General that there on November 29th, ho "territory" .
'1 r been subjected.Our doubt, wre nearly: it's a similar bill of which no -
familiar with I seats behind them or near them was at present, at the office of A. G.llro..ne previous
readers arc : tho Butler. Added to the Army of the notice has bocn a'no-

.I I history of the celebratod'etJgR.. e- and thus, theio is ahmys'lwd /it- Potomac, they make 2ag, 5J.: It ,conversation Jr., U. S. treasury: Agent between tice to introduce a bill given of that, or sort at
ment referred to. The British had cant space between them and the was understood in Richmond that, when a '
some (not ) future time. If ho
Mr. Browne Mr. G. B.: very
Lie aid
established a post at Nine'sioun- people. negroes clap i11'addhiol to tho numbers here is to introduce all tie tied
Lamar Jr. In of !going up,
their hands and grin and chatter consequence certain -
tain the northwestern frontier -, given General Grant was receiving
upon piled packets on his desk
made b'Mr. Lamar up paper
\ like monkeys, whsnare: of their statements ,
Carolina A force all
I of North of any heavy re-enforcements through before the senate acts on the admission -
regular soldiers afd' tories, under' friends on tha floor make any allu- Marcli, and it is known that toward in this convers ation, ho (Captain of southern senators the southern -
sions to the American: citizens of Bunnell,) later in the forenoon arrested ,
command of Col. Ferguson, held the close of that month he was senators elect and
Mr. Lamar Jr. and seized mayas
African descent. I have doz- ,
tho position and devastated the eeen joined by General: Sheiidau.witU well avail themselves of the inter-

country. Generals Shelby!: Cimp- ens of ladies corns to the doors of his; splendid cavalry.[ Altogether, his Certain papers. fioizod at this time val to plant and pick their portion of

boll, ot Va., Williams, and some tho gallery, look in astonished at it ssems probable that tho force in papers the cotton of 1800.

others, projected the enterprise-U the sight that met their gaze, and front of Richmond and Petersburg were hero identified by Capt. Ban crop, > -.

t'' is believed without tha order:of any then turn away and leave the cap- nearly: approximated' if it did not nell, and put into the ease' for the The committee of fifty of tho
.i i superior authority-of capturingthe itol sooner than be oontaminaied by reach 2110,000: Alumni of Harvard University ap-
Bunnell further testified
post. These guerilla chiefs assembled sitting in tho same gallery: with the To moot this immense array Gen. Capt., pointed to take steps towards tho

their forces, marched upcn negroes! and behind: them too. -Negro Lee could muster not more than that he then came to Savannah, and erection of a memorial[ to tho gradu-
surrounded and stormedKing's equality tore is advancing with The number on Doc. 2d, under orders from :Maj. in the
the enemy, 40,000 men. surren- ates -of Harvard fallen: war,
Gon. Brannan arrested Mr. G. B.
Mountim\ Col. Ferguson rapid str dea., dered by him is stated in the reportat have hold ft meeting, and accepted a
, .
Lamar Sr. and seized certain of
was killed, and }his command, armament Swiahelm-J' 27,805 ; but we believe tho number plan for a memorial 1 building! to be f
Urs. Jane the his .
and stores captured. 'It strong on duty, with arms in their papers.Tho erected 011 the grounds of tho University -
minded is then road.
was u most opportune and impor- woman, advocating the hands, the morning of the day on Letter papers wore at an expense of about *200,000A
of females in the from G. B. Lamar to his
tant victory It scattered the tories, offices. Like Mrs. Bloomer gov-i which tho surrender was made, did change for (.ho bettor has, come
*> and placed the Continental government ernnionc not reach 8OCO. lilt is to ho said nephew : in
I she for fame over the Montgomeryand
"pants and is TEOHASVILIJ Oct. 20
in possession of a fortified po- that 40,000 men behind such defenses :, night. 'intoconttatjts
inclined be mad that the icinity. They are cntciing
to sex are DEAU GAZ :-I got here {this
sition in a disaffected country. The as had been constructed for the' For
men who projected and 'executed i deprived of tho inalienable- right to around this city, ought to have been morning by private conveyance field hands mcn are,coming being year.paid 10,

this bold enterprise will live' in sing baas. able to resist 200,000, the reply is from Tallahassee! where I did nothing women and boys S3 per mouth, the

history as the authors of 'splendid Robberies appear to be the orderof 'that the skillful nianoeuvoriug of because no evidence I could employer to furnish!: provisions only.
achievement. the day in Augusta. Scoundrelssteal Gen. Grant compelled Gen. Lee to offer would avail with General Fos

1 The relic referred v to brings up '*every thing-no matter bow so extend: his lines that his works ter. Choaver has stolen 30 bales Jk-Presidont: Frank Pierce was

another reminiscence. Col. William heavy it is. They entered the sanctum were at no point sufficiently manned. from Monticello also. Givo Mr. bantisoi.]. and confirmed in the Episcopal 1

Campbell: of Virginia was an emi. of the Transcript and robbed Where his line was first broken, thomen Dillon instructions to cover up the hurch"at Concord, N. II., .Q

Dent associate in tho King's Moun-J thq editor of his overcoat and, 236. stood ten or fifteen: paces apart. shipments made, and keep aced nt few. days since, .

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wti.VttltJtr( tntiitd' Southern. Export stud ImportCoaacptny. Congress Stirring' ; 'Uj> the' Itlortisaiis. tJUOCilm3NGS OF THE LLCi, J3Y.1TELECRAP: !H.

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.Edwin We give below' an extract from 'a letter \Vo are delighted: to obseivd that Congress ,- From New Y 01'1'. i

A., Har>$ & XV. o / the this Company In SENATE.
A. Shober Agent of Liverpool. has found another subject limn. slavery NEW YORK, Dec. i7.-Information: has i

= EBIT0158 AND PBOPBIETOnS. At the! date of this letter, _cotton i f and another of-t n'than' .... this South, TUESDAY, January 2d, 1800.. been received from Brazil that the American ,

--- .:.. -" was quoted fcn-New; Foils! at 49() to'dOc.Extract on which"to vent' its (spleen and exercise' Senate met-(V quorum\ present.-, emigrants to that1 Country; chiefly

L'1'ALT..Alr S from )letter E *6 ( f Prayer by the Chaplain Southerner, represented by Col. .Wood, '
JijE: a of T. P.AIXE its ingenuity in devining miles! of punishment that
THURSDAY Mi1, Olivcros offered a have selected site for a town\ near the
JANUARY, 18G0. Agent Southe'n Export and Import Company for !alleged cnmes' anti sins against no new business shall be entertained in city of Raynora. '

: the moral coda; laid down by the Puri either House after January 6th, unless by. ,WASIIISOTOX, Dec., 28,:-Raphael Sera--

Agents far the s-SESt -- LivsBi'OOi, Dec Cth, 18C5. tans. It I lies; now turned its attention to two-thirds vote.' Adopted. mes' is expected here to-aight, having
I fir Vann offered resolution! request'ing'tho York this He 'will be
"Doctor Colo's is'classed ; left New moiniiig.
t.M cotton 21 Mormons
T), It, Wir.sox for the purposo of uprooting \ Governor to furnish information as
at the Yard .
Qtiinoy. confined at Navy .
Mr. TIIOWAS: BS bales good middling: to middling fair ; is liieir\ "peculiar institution," und ex to.what action may have been token under The statement that Gen. Ol'ant'as '

t ills. : DHEW & OAaZErtattlJa', >! igMnj worth to-dny., 221'pt'nceo ; 15 bales middling terminating Bli i}>!iam<:' Young, who is the resolution of Dec. 10,.1E62( ,' in re. about to visit the Rio Grande ,is untrue

1 P. C. ;ksonMessrs is worth 21 S pence ; and one balo cliarged with !'lIeces proclivities. lalion to deceased soldiers Adopted. as he' will not extend his visit, beyond

Mr. DA1BETT, at Gaines ordinary)is worth 20 On' tfm BILLS PJISSFD.-To repeal 'the act au, New Oilcans.
C. K Jonirsojj villa pence 10th ult'. Mr. anrssctt: of Circuit Court of Duval county -
at \Uiorizinjt 'no ) issued by r
Monttf No: pardon warrants were
' lIIr. )V. L. SXBOJIA.V, nt Centi el1o.. In gold, these'prices would bo tbout Massachusetts, introduced a bill'ht the t to holi'l\ Us sessions at Baldwin.To Attorney, Qenernl to-day.. Very few
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=- :e\'iI1e. 45c, 43c and 40c ; in "greenbacks," C7cC4c House, ;providing tll'at' no commissionshall facilitate the collection of taxes: and applications are now presented; and the
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A"Ted l anti not Ite and (GOc. Expenses on colton to Liverpool hereafter) e"issnedto any civil or require tho registration gralits I President is now energetically! engage<'

\ WendellBJa0' turned. nation's.To_ ,'___ _'_ iii the disposition of all such cases now>
(Including commission on sales military ofic( *>rvrosldont in Utah until lie u' '!
wontario., ttynnmelgonti,. wtono's Com- ,) anjeml tlie several acts reguiauujjpilot : before hint t ,

eon having this book will oblige| oat k. Thopori from Sc to lOc per pound.' has melt i ii tho omen where such commission ago; on the St. Johns river. ., j AVAsniNOToy, Dec. 29.:: -Raphael Sem-

.u this office. Also prst| Vo! >n0 by 'leaving It .. .. issued, a disavowal of the doctrineand T o amend the act to authorize Circuit mes has arrived under arrest, and is now ,
"oimpliy.' Also, ist| 2cl 1, fll, '' Uphnin'8 Ifentnt"is A 'COTIli PO:PiISE practice of polygamy, and that no Counts, to grant for other licenses purposes.'to build'.' at the Navy Y I'lLOUISVILLE. )., .
works, retcrtou's edltlor +lId lth Vol DickVo [ b'.ii'.gcs, nail / 'DOC, 27.-A tornado in t ',
-nnine'i history of E? J. Alec l let and Cii I The New York Tt'iliiiiie of the 21st tilt, compensation} shall be allowed to any "t'o anthoiize. the city of Pensncola to the vicinitv of Pulaski last night, caused

having any of tile above bow person : with fcstonishing candor and mngnnnlml- such oflicerhl that Territory without such I issue bonds.: ., much of
wiltAnt east
by returning them to this ok a favor disavowal. The bill lies been tarred to, To remove the State Seminary A considerable disturbance occurred # -
ty/proposes to "compromise" with thoSouth fiomOcala to Gainesville.
I she Suwat.neo, t =
office. 'at Claiksvillo Tennessee on Christmas f
th'is Limo Judiciary Conuiittpo, .a majority -pf *' ;Mr. Ross from the Finance Committee, ,
== E, A.Hon. U ART.SLi11T(2It in way. It says: day, between the whites and blacksForcign'lntclligcncc. ,-
: whom, i it is supposed( ", are favorable: to its ( to whom was referred the hill to author. .
!The South wants to' bo restored! to its loan for *, fiN
ise the Governor negotiate a ,
old! status in Congress and elsewhere the passage: '*
MARVIN.: \ ''
; substitute for the YORK Dc :* 27.-The Steamshii ,!
WlLLUI 11 ihe: Slate, reported a w <\ !) .
Pre silent seconds! the application Wo On tho dray Mr. WARD of ;
y ester day mornin JAP.VIS left this city oPOi't n I can not deem it either desirable I. same Now bill, which was read and .placed. among- City of Washington: has arrived, with: Liv- .,'
pnssiLe York, introduce'; another reiolatio-.i, Oo- the orders of the day. eipnol' dates to the 13th, mud Qiteenstowu i1Yv
to the Pre g for Washington:; to re- ] prolong: the present state of things 3
dating that Nominations\ to office in Escambia coun, inst.
Ind notwithstanding; U ie law K to the llth :
of presenting ,ident and finitely 11\0\'e.1t concurrence) in
with tho view
L1 in the Govprnol'l1.nd confirmed Jamaica has been
tho deu-and for restoration with against! poly/nmy; that nbontiual'io institution ty'erek !Jt by Gov. Eyer, of suspended t
from this is ciedentials Senator ci ie the funi'tions "
Slat( as a from the exec of i
qme ndment! cuaranteuinj to the FrVe'dmen still is the i'.icrras'o ?
r-iists and
The l'lor+il'an .e, and claiming his seat and all blacks tho rights ofmauliood- on ) in The House 1mto encourage Telegraphic of his ofh'ce ;penduw! official: inqu'ry' and .:
Utah, and should Lo swept f. r the Territories between Floddn'a'l ,
communication hit
view .m Stories, appointed\ tern purarily
of' tnk' states that be left with thejng" thro tighout the whole extent of our coun : ,
But tllesr' try. of this Republic if 'it lakes the Cuba and the West 1 .I nrlia Islands, .was t,lace. _
in his
seat in the Senate
: whole passed unanimously. Adjourned.HOUSE. In the Fenian trials; on Lire 12th, Donovan
inner nf the novenu'.iont. di
it !is safer > days ofdoubt and \perplexity, 5. ho 'lights of manhood" aio staged inthesamo end to[this end 'to ao, occupied the' who] day hi 1 hh d'-

and urge co assume that he will present ; article to bo pel feet politicalequ fence. lie is said to have !been iubolonl, "

and his claim ilily, and the light of blacks to vote "K:? ,sired)! That the C,f njnuttee: on TerlitofioH : : and soiijlit to exhaust the Court. 5
0113'eeneral ( a good one,) take thenhuh3. f The II on up met-a. quorum present
ubject into conSider On the litli Donovan convicted:
was <
: at to be admitted insianlcr. The at n 11 elections. A miraculous compro- itinn, and inquire' .,,to the conduct Prayer 1 by the Chaplain. *._, and sentenced tll penal servitude for life. *j

will be opinion or expectation is that he miff! I A smart "dodge," indeed I Pre h't- of U e! United Slates: '/.HciaJs: in that Tori."ivy. Notices: of bills by several niembois.1'A 'tl" on The statement thatjStevens'the' I Head

XJ). / permitted take his seat blyf Sumner and. Tliad Stevens would not end net ort, If ,,;a' 01' otherwise, involution to 10th adjourn'sine passed-, Ceutie, had arrived. safely: at Paris, I Iscontinued. I
January was yeas
Tuesday, ,
si h law
: H-niNly of
ns the di'II' .
Was'pec rail a airy set ions objections to such : ,
of very
i Bppearauce Senator MAR vis at ii'.j ca.sa; deina.di.,'' 20, nays 1J.\ "
cington just at this time, and under' a "i. 'oUJpromise I" But, as. the flacon Mr. WAr.B mnjoiity\ .)' nod minority rl'(>ol't.WI'"P. ," I. Piracy i ia increasing 'to an alai' niing extent :-
in China;
of thu iminei.sewenlita :
spajving rontle, from, the Committee on Viopdsltlonsanl
at. .nllai circumstances; may perhaps cre- Trl graph sugsesls, suppose they pass> I aceumala ted by: this people, stet"sthat Giicvanoes, relative to (the: relief of : Ills i recoiled that France Ins given ,J t-'

P i Bdmethiiig of a sensation. He will re- sue[ ,h "amendment? ," and the South re-, tviihinthrt'dstfonVyt'aiu: : there has injiynent:( soldiers, and their, destitute widow : England; six mouths nutico of intention ))1*

ort to the President; the remarkable sue- fin estoco'mo"'n on any such terms, u's' balm -. amid ol'phaus-r"al, anti tho nccniupanyiug : I to terminate Ihe existing\ treaty, becaits .:
; .* ,.. Ve.it 11 ash 0:>| Vra'sration' to Montftuannd the orders of of Ihv bt,iet fuiiiiiiiiiies? rcquiVed' tif-ira 4
of BI o ought to, ahd will what then 7 1 "J bill placed among
ess his Administration as:Provisional : '
l nlni'.iha llorn"nis reach oilendi-M 1'h"
}I.U'J0j had C 81 e given up.
;iffr : the day.
Governor of Florida and produce the able L6ndon tliaeiver lPOn i_
leeii tj sell all their: surplus; giain A mojoiily, and minority report were says Nap" appro
J .clefm and unimpeachable record: of the 'PI'occN1i1gs in CO ]n-I'CSS. amt tvbvisir ,, faiTniom With nine's t'lom.the JII11i(' '\I'y Committee, 'relf.iivf elusive of hmli.m's: : bonn,' nh.l'taling' ;: I i
IllS at prices ,
the :Me.Nioiin throne,
'acts of State and !In tjio I to the bill t<> ameii'l the pletiilings
our Convention Senate tIe
Legisla 20lh
on petitions were coinattlw P8 to six dollars: a bushel, ;and and practice in the Ci>tuts-read, and, (benccoinptiiyin XIW01K, Ore 2!),-The steamship :,

tnre, showing! the compliance of those pr esented by Mr:Sumner from the Iev.: wheat; nt eL:.,\hit t,0, ten di.llai-s, nul piuvis- <.{ bill placed, among the. or- Auslintinn wild --Liveipuol'' \. : e to Limo' 'L "
todies with all the demands made Dr Cheever and from citizens 15th|;lias prl in',1., $
upon) of New, tonsiifa ilpis r f the day
.1 i Mn'}* Rt ])rmorionnte( figlft PS', >
'-them by the authorities at Washington, i'c Massachusetts, Ohio, Indianr.'Mite., ; they Ilr'e.. "become'rich: far more raiillythatt : Tho' l.ill toeiicnui'aseTeeEiaihiceoni-! ; ) The UH''ng" of President Johnson lint :i ifrheudly.
.mnnleations between Florida: and Cuba been: favuralily lecpived! PIU! ip:?aided as
through him ; and, of course, he will receive so art, Kentucky, Illiuois"aid: New Jeisey t ; : i
al, ty 'hel'(] )people on tho coutiI niul ihe Wet India Islands waj passediiiinniinoiisly. :Slates boiuls impro\e.l!

the thanks and commendation! of fo' r the appointment of pl O.i5iol"ll] gov- I'o., A tenth nf all Unit ia )piuduccrtorra'r after its reception v

the President, uniformly bestowed upon er nors for the' lately rebellious: State", : II /,;etuJ'\.i, by the: bundled, thousand A coinniunicnuon? was receiied and The London Times says of the Ptesident's i- ,t",

the Provisional\ Governors of other States, w' id to secure the equality before the hue ioa'1, from Hiirrison/: heed, Special Agent message that' that )portion of it
I": 'l.ld' u! Utah !iJ siren to Dajlmmoiiigandhii of p I-omc" Department, requesting Combo! liiiiu Uiuluiid 1 uu:!lit to be receive
.not more desei vine than our's.Beful'e o f all their inhabitants. Tho | .
I petitionsv in The don Telegraph !
afiiHinlly spirit JKI
elders the '
: as repicsentaivts members!) to aid in s"CU"l ing bids for '
the Senate, Mr.: MARVIN will :ere referred to the Committee of fifteenC I 'j' of the church rviug the mails in this State. CI1I"1 says the document filed the, ;

stand the the pithiest honor on the 'Author! and lurnishes ,
as a loyal man, Representative n. Southern States !I' -, 'J) ed.
till 1 icb of
woilJ) satisfactory! ait< u
of a seceding and disloyal State not restored The bill granting the elective fronchl-o t7 Lato rdvlces from Mexico stile ; '

\ to her former place 'in the Union, 'to colored men in the District/ of Colnui I I drat a !body of 0110 thousand French Zoii- SENATE..WEDNESDAY peace.Cotton AAvatQped. in Li.er,. ,

nor likely to be'so restored until, by the lumbia was reported favorably from corit.. (Ins had revolted at Martinique, with, January 3d 1, 8'.1f1. Paul; "

action,of Congress, all the seceding and mittee, in the-Senate on tho 20Ui, tv ill ethos Jf "Death to the Emperor," ice Senate met-a quorum.piayer LIVERPOOL, Dec. 13.-The sales ofCot-
: the]
disloyal States shall be reinstated and an amendment 1 requiring tho electo- ,, J r {Eeptttliyii'f etc; The impel'ial ;sri ison Eeveial 1 by Senators Chaplain.gave notion of Intention lon for the, three days, including Wndupsdny < .

their light to representation admitted. If bo able to read anal write, encl was tl"* 1,0 was called out to reduce them to order, to, introduce hiI! and t resolutions.Mr. readied 37 000 bales, of which

then, the Senate permits him to take his I after a short debate, laM; over j If'\,,)* and in time fight:: which ensued, many Ross, front, the Finance Committee, 13,000l'rp. The taken maiket by speculators;hud and eoilets. *- I
|) a strllf.up.\ -
will it be recognition of Florida as The fci'les. Tour bundled reported bnvk l hire bill fixing the compensation -
seat, a proposition of Mr. 'i ha aT were killed on both | ward tendency, with ail' alrance'f id.,
I jg Ste-( ? of Solicitor] -rend nnj placed:
a State, >f the Union entitled to representation ''ive s to double the pensions of ,' of the Zouavas had, arnved, ut the of the on Americans since Friday
the orders day. '
( '
li it b1t'l among::
or will it be simply an admission Union soldiers, and to reimburse iV- city Mexico: disai! mod to ba died by The Honre resolution iu lelnthin! to Gen. flour is inactive and unclimige-l m ] ; corn
] t H Hat and !in Biiintj instances/ loner
of the right of Mr. MARVIN to a seat In for' property destroyed, out of tL J Court Maitiai. Grant and the colored' troops was passed wiih no stock of antes Icau; oflor-parkgniat

that body because, having been a loyal! coeds of wholesale confiscation pru- .. .yeas 21, nays S, '" jug, .
1 The House !bill to prevent and punish
to]last he decided ( as received P.ccniPTS TBOM CUSTOMS -Tho receipts LIVERPOOL Dec. 15.: S.iles
man.from first can qualify. by with coolness trespass on public lands, was passed of cottpil 'w

taking the oath'lOf On motion of Mi'Stevens n -.. from Customs dating the f Cut tine yens 21. nays 3. .> for the week, 80,000 bales, inclnJinn I-: ,

course, in tho event of his obtainin g ard, Commissioner 'ot.l. / I'll. 01'1'- days of the past month at fie! poitsof' The bill to authorize the Pa. & Ga.Railroad : 000 to The speculators and 20,000( to e. tens. lIIarkpt opened dell at, a decline
Preedmen's to to sell)] 1ho branch
his'sent, it will be a'source of giatificf i- Bureau, was requested New York, Philadelphia: Boston and, Baltimore Company of half penny, but rp'eo\p"'d, c111 -. '-
to inform road from Live Oak to the Georgia hue,
tion to many that Florida! is, to that t g- House if.any ands"of reb the' amou'iiled 'n the agregate to about came uji 01: its second reading, and 100 ins! with. an advance: of/ a quarter !penny

in elg set apart for four millions of dollars. The receipt1) be 0110 the week., Middling; Oilcans, ::!UtI 1
lent, represented Congress, and his sr ip- the! freedmen have beca' restoed Copies were ovdoied to (piimed. of '
to their from the same dm lug the month ofNovember The House icsoliition to appoint Com- Friday 0.000 \bales-market
port might'eventually be a milter of c on- former owners, and if s/ closing quiet Stuck'/ in
) 01'un' t lel1. Nearly cloven missioneis to oxamino the indebtedness, !; )port, SlSjtlOO
siderable importance to the Adminis' ration : son. 1 were | of the State, wns oidered fur-.a second bales, including 127,000 American ;,

and the fiiends of the South. ButJ A terles of resoluti TiiADR.-TImo leading on to-morrow. Adjourned.. Liv'tupooi, Dec. 1C, '1'. M-Kales of the
ons, which I were ordered Ton tcco Commissioner day 10,0110( bales, including.: :,1,000 tospeculators ;
his is pretty, much all that can bf said to be printed r .
'm'd laid on the table of Internal Revenue toys that the average [ anlPXPI'l'tt'I'S j market closing -

about it,' The f-aCt remains, that w' aetherTVTr. Were Introduce' 'Jin' the House on the annual taxable production of the different HOUSE firmer, with quotations; unchanged.Consols ''fr\

MAHV. V. obtains his seat or not, so 20t.h. byMr:Lawr' sacs, of. Ohio, declaring kinds of manufactured tobacco, The House met-a quorum present.Prayer'by : G41 closed at4 871 to 671; 5'f'0s' I6H
this to
long as our other' Representative are excluded leaders i that of Jem the Dav ; is/ the other principal from September 1, ISG1, to June 30; 1805, i/'oliuion; was Chaplain.A passed, that the regular Loss of a Stamshia.

fro'm the Senate and, Iltmse.; Florida re'f: oJeJlion, and all those sus' was 42,809,1C8() pounds, which at present day sessions! from 10 A. 1\1. to 1 P. NEW YORK, Dec. 27-The : i
is not State of the peeled of cornr M. and from 1 P. M. to 3 P. M. steamship
v-- 1zed as a. ,licity In the assassination, rates, would have produced 10,038,700-; Idahoe, hence for Mobile, went ashore on '
Union ar '"C0feKB..! has been' of President i L' The Comniitte Vn Claims reported in nnd is full of ACC}
lfj progress : mcoim should have early 65. ,c'o o'f certain claims dating Darnegat, water The
no ruate the
favor of validity
t made tow --Mon. We shall trials and if- .. crew W'OIQ landed safely With favora-
convicted should suffer the military services&c.
etill be I wards: "realora. At thus mflp.he penalty or. icir. A Washington despatch states tint road from and placed 1840\ among the orders of the ble weather, a Dart of, the cargo will ha \

oCr of tb' rd't t ban," ani "city In crimes. since General Grant's return fiom theSouth saved.

both T e tyia nnical Radical :mail'n- WT.Je nap ho bas expressed himself! in favor day.BILLS PASSED.-To organize a County New Yorlt 1t1a t'lcet.

louses, 'w ose evll ands hostile the Alia- papeis state that of flue speedy reduction of the military Criminal Court ; yeas 43, nays 4. New YORK, Dec. :27.....Cotton (fig m, with
/ towai rds the people and. ItePto" ; I Mo and f'jfain-oad! fom Savannali States and Concerning marriage licenses ; yeas 48, sales of 1GOO( bales at Cl to 52 cents. j
\ departments in the Sontborn ,
sent to 1'homasvi1le'iI! be in nays 2. Naval stores dull. Gold 45#. '
ativesof States .wete operation
.( the !Southern J proposes that instead of having a military To establish and enforce the '!Ila'rlaoe NEW YORK, Dec. 28-Cotton has advanced \.
Pen],)' declar, ed ]Jn the House o.t l1.e'Jreenl ay the first of nest month Tho.Ieo'f commander each State, that throe d,,. relation belneeir colored people j yeas 41, one cent.'sales of thie! thousand

I; atives, on the 1{ \\th"ultimo, I iy a vote, peor .! Florida and Southern Georgia partments at least be merged into one pays 8. bales. Naval stores.dull Gold 45J. i

(L!n a to ";) 'Uillrmln, T.. or re-afflrc jing that ire impatient for the event. 4' In relation, to apprentices ;ieas 89(), --SSrvarous m '

r'f.l' ,6 Test I fore e and ef- -. IN TUE "S.TOCKS.-III Maaon, they nays I 5. MOKEY.-A gentleman show.
lath Is 'of Authoi'izin g Executors, Administrators, ed -yesterday specimens of spurious '
tt ct and b e dispensed '\ Mr The Macon Journal and Messengersays now punish the colored gentry for their for
hould inn o instance Trustees and Guardians to contract coin representing gold and silver 'It is

wit r .b.II This m take to b.e. an an "so uhsa 'jsfactory have been experiments crimes and misdemeanors, especially the hire of laborers. said to have beeu sold very freely amongthe

pognc dcoso liberate ant I decidePure :1 with fi ee negro )labor on the Central thieving, by Imprisonment for a certain To extend to all inhabitants the benefit negroes and ignorant children. Ono "

'.ement of the otent Radio al.BlariiTrage road, that the Atlantic and Gulf road time and taking a seat in the "stocks' of the courts aud their processes; yeas' negro bad 'paid $125; for or.e of these ,
of the cmnip 49, nays none brassed over dollars exhibited to us. The tquat'ters
part: J in Co nhave) been bringing foreign and white la- daily. It works well. the Nassau site. told sell
rep pblican, neg o-sa To remove county we are for ten cents in
exclude ,rnRepreB entlltn es | bor from. the North." .. To compel Railroad Companies to pay greenbacks. The city is said to be flooded -

cress to Hous duri! I .. AnnESTED.-Benjamin Kobinsqn, Edi- for stock killed on their roads-)'eas 38, with it-almost all being o.A noil by
their seats iii el; t & er GEOBOU RAILROAD! A '
from ago force has 8. negi'oes who had purchased the worthless
lit, w'' tor of the Fayottevl.lo: (N. C.)11'etoa) was
the present session if bOt.' beyoD been sent from. Augusta to repair the To punish persons for marking or kill- stuff No one who knows anything of

the excel] ition, ptrhapu, ad, and it Is believed recentlyarrested by order of Gen Kuger, !iuj: unmarked cattle. money can be deceived,* The deceptionis
1 as tit be ab he for an article which appeared in hU paper, Concerning marks and brands of beef. too apparent. Large numbers of negroes '
ho aro so forlnnat the will be '
tatives vj cars running over the whole
to t bent, v 1 6 unfriendly to the Government.. Ha wall cattle. and white children have Invested at;
to take that oath\ ;' and as line! by Saturday or Sunday. Giving further time to purchasers to a large premium their funds in dollars
to and admitted to bail.
'ent:' brought Raleigh
must await farther developem Sc.g'A ---.e--- -- pay for School and Seminary lands. and quarters, thinking they were' making

1 .. .. Washington! says there is King Leopold of Belgium k dead lies To establish' uniform weights and" measures splendid bargains. Thin meanness should ,

Internal Revenue ceipts c n no prospect that the Committee on Wayse succeeded by his eldest son, the Dukeof be stopped. Men who thus impose upon k.

WTIte rt )n thrt! and Means \vill propose a reduction of the Brabant, under the name of LeopoldII. An act concerning testimony. ", the ignorance of the negro and poor children 1"j
the 22d instant, were one mllJfL be \
|. > &esso Adjourned. should pnnUhed.- -Columbut Sun
this ( .
taxes/ : (
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Stealing. hundred and, four, 1,204; Fran!: PJilllpj received I'ono hundred' and slxty-slt. lOO.nndof thcso votes New Goods! 'New\ Goods! McKIBBIN & ALLEN
ono thousand' and ttiht.three. ; A. Young Joseph Flneirim, received ono hind od nUll thirty, ,
A correspondent of n New York paper received nfiy-kuo, 52; rind two hundred and twenty alto: and Ocorgo S Honx received thirty-sit, 36,'
gives the following ncdount of (be operations right, !iiS fcntlorlnnotcs.. 21*', tar thin olfloo of Senator for the twenty' .
In cotton llin Chatiahooch'JO For tho olftoo of Treasurer the whole number first Senatorial distrlctconposed of ho counties t, GlUnJS
on NE\j
o f voles given wns throe tliaimnml three linniliail of Laval and Clay, the vvhulo number of votes \ HAVE NOW IN STOKE '
river, below Columbus, G*. : and sovoit y-ono,3.871, suit of these votes OhnilosI. given van two hundred and ninety-six, 290 and ,
It was only the other day that several Anntin receivedthroo Iholl.nnllhte.. hundred ofUICBO votes Holmes Steele received two huh-
; and fifty 8,360, nnd! 8001l0rh,1I' :twenly-oIlC,p21, died nnd eight 208, nud 0. Euddlngton received )- I \
hundred bales seize
bf cotton were
private otns. 'thtyluht. 88. .
oil at* EufanliTby persons representing For the face of Jnclito ef tho Circuit- Court ofthe 22d. For trio\. office of Senntor of tho twonty The Largest and HandsomestASSORTMENT

themselves to bo the I\lIthOllzc\1 agents of Wostorn Judicial Circuit, tho \shn| number second Scnntoilal district, composed of the counties M. A .
of votes given was twelve hundred and forty-six. of St Johns and rutunnitho whole number ) ; m D'zialynski I
the Government. The only reason advanced 1240; nun of thcso votes Alien II. Bush reri-lved of votes given ws two hundred and five, 203:;, and .
for this high-handbtl! measure was that Ion hundred and twonty-olght,1028; und D.P. of these votes I}. F, Ollvuros received one hundred OF
the holders of the cotton had( had ample Ilottu nit reserved two hundred und eighteen, 218. end twenty-lit< 125, James Burt received HAS RECEIVE 'AND is STILL "
tho oillco of Jinlno of tho Circuit Court of s. .
For 77nud thioo
seventy-seven, scattering votes il.23d. '
timeto sf'l1\llt forward to market, and ho Middle Judlelnl Circuit, the! who'd number For Ihoomco of Senator of tho twenty. .oiI
their failure to do so was constdered rinm of votes given wits twolvo hundred nnd seventy third, SeiKiloilal: : district, composed of the county RECEIVING -> DRY
facie evidence that) it belonged to the Gov- two, 1272, and of these votes J, "'lIylesDnitor of Marlon, the wholo number of votes given was GOODS
received twelve hnndrod and folly, 1J40, imlBcntterlnij two bundled, end thtity-four, 2S1, and of ihosn Stock of Goods
ortimont I Ihouaai.ds! of bales havo been Votes thirty-two, 32. \01018. U. Owens received two bundled and A Well Selected ,
stolen la all parts of the Country, sent to For the omen of Juduo of iho Circuit Court of twelve 212. F. A. fc'oy received Bo\0Iltoen.17, \
the coast, HIP marks erased, and the cotton tho Buwnnce :Judicial Circuit, the whole number and scattering five, 5, voles.I4lh. EVER OFFERED FOE SALE IN FLO-
small differentvessels of votes given; was eleven hundred and sixty- For tho oillco of Senator for tho twenty- .
shipped guanliea by, nine 1109, and of theso votes Thomas '1'. Longrcculved fourth Soi.ntorlnl district, composed tho couuty CONSISTING OF ItIll.lConsisting
to the four (iilaiters of the globe, / six hundred anti ono, GUI, and James 1) of t'uuitor the vvholo nnmlicrof votes given(was : ,
never to be heart of again by the lightful DawLlua received live bundled nud, seventy eta:, olghty.four,1 84, and ot thoBo voles I H:!. A. Curry
671) received foity-two, 42J. A. Leo rcccirod\ forty
owners. For: tho office of JiKUo of the Circuit Court of \>1\f.41, and .Y. IV. Jolnson\ \' ono vote Dry Goods in ,
A trustworthy person connected with She EII.tel'n Judicial Circuit, the whole numberof For the oillco of Senator for tho twouty- part of
tho steamboat: lines on IheCliattnhoochoe votes {given was nina hundred and nlnoIY"h1"1 fifth Senatorial district, composed tho counties
inform that about balesof 009, nnd of the.o votes 1). A. of Orange nnd VoltiHla, the vvhwlo number ofvoten
livoi1 mo 00,000 Draw and Bleached Muslins
seven hundred nnd evontyll775, and S St. elr-on wis olghty.threc! S3, und of these ,
cotton have been shipped. from. the va George Rogers received to hundred curd tw outyfonr. t."fr\\r; 'Woodriill reoelred stuonty, 70, und Boots and Shoes .
IIli'Iron. 1.1
I10US landits on the liver to apalachtcola 224.F'or \V. ': ,
e since the capitulation! of the Confederate tho ofllco of Judge of the Circuit Court of 2lth.( For the; onleo of Senator for the twenty- Jaconet,
the Southern Judicial Circuit, tho wholo number sixth Sanaloi dtsli'let,coin pored of the counties I
armies. Of this number about of votes stlvon was four l.undicd und thl'I) )'- of Levy nod llorimndollio whole number of O LOT :3E3C:: :X XT Or ,
II" 00,000; bales bolongod to the ConfedoiateOovei'iiinent four 4J4, nnd of theso votes James Gettln rev totes litre i WIIS 0110 liniulied, anti fort-one.. 141, Cambric, and
and consequently to the celvcd four hun scattering ono vote. hundred and/urty, 140, and Jos. At. Taylor duo, LATEST STYLES OF ,
; United :States Government, though a For the ollleo of Solicitor of tho Wostei Jtidlolul 1, vote.27Ui. Swiss Muslins"
: much larger, quantity was seized by tho Jlicult-tlin wholo numlier of vutesgiven was For tho offloe of Senator for the twenty- ,
ky 1tl agents of the latter Government, and out twelve hundicd l tutu ninety-ono, und of these sevonlhIlfllol'llil dleti'let, composed of Iho coun- I Ladles cad GcntI mcn's Hats, '
\ ," Jiinics M. T.nndiuni received twelve hundred and iliuiloo
tcs lies of lllllsboraupth; tho Mlioloniiinhcr I Cautou FlaaccTickings
' .;la of tlioso' G,O0 bales, only 235ere; ; anti elghty,1250, and eleven oOIlItHn! (, vot(',. of rotes given was two hundred and I ItwouI.lwo ,
., turned over to the Treasury Depailment For tho ,,1110001' Solicitor. of tho Middle J udt- Til, mid of thc-do William .1. Turner .. .
Trio remaining! 5,743 bales, besides sevo ciol Clicult, the wholo number of votes trlvmi r..ocl\,1, ono hundred and four, 104. votes, ti. IJ.Mntilj HOSIERY & 0. :
was one lliuumiid four hundred fwd nlncty-Duee. ilftv" iilnrfiff, jKsaoCnilertulity fonrS4, ,
lal thousand bales f relonains! to piivato 1,403 crud ot thcao votes S. B. Stephens received J. P. 1/cMlllon Uenly, unit tenth"-i lug! five, o, ,. .
4 parties, were appropriated, [ by Gove'.nment onolhonsind and fortyTilne. 1.0 U. nnd \\'. I y.! volen jSSth Which he offers on low terms for;CASII
agents and others to their own Ubo 1)1 Iwoith received four bundled and forty-four, For (lie ofilpo of Son ilor of tho twenty- Blankets, ,
to know that 444. eighth Scnutoilid illatrlct. composed' of tho counties orCOTTO.V. .
It is coinf'ii severapel .'
some For, the oilleo of Solicitor of (ho !S' ,iwsnec .Indl- of Poilcnnd< liicvard, \\holcmituberof
ions C'IJIIIE'ctp,1'Ih those corrupt, chat Clicult, tho whoUi in'r'b'r of votes then; votesitlvu i Wao thlity-oue, 01: which wore given Cloths. and "
timmcUoiishave IIPPII arrebted. It only tins nine httuti' '. nud 1'01'1)1110, OIl'! uud of to (V. A. 1I01l<1r)'. Uayward'9 OH Stand. .
remains to bo ad, l.-il that tit, cotton bt4 tlueo: votes U. ,T. A mow r00Iv01Ihl'Jo I'ntidred 20th. For tho omeo of Sonntor for tho twenty Dec:14, 185:1mSGUTlUEUN( :
and nUty-t o, 3D., R. M, (Irnhim rert.Ivi 1 three ninth Ejenaloil district, composed of the counties Cassinicrcs.Ladies' .
4 1 mgiiu 'll) private! individuals[ + hay i ill bundled and olx1\.II\1\'I1n. W. MeUi 1 U'colv- of ilom'nu and Dude: the whole number of votes

mme than. one instance been released ,.,10110 hundred and llurtv' -six, A 1'. Bxnks reuiived given! wan one hundred and twenty-throt, li, EX1'41)1IlllAND i 4.
tho pnyi'i'iit of a ];lu.iai: f,,('. In hlnetv-t, 02, and two votes .CUl ten lug. and of these \'olosono hundred nnllnfll,10"1I.1IU, I InrtJPORT
upon For the' onke of Holleli liar iho K; stern Judicial \veroj-ivonlo 1). \\'. Whllehursl, and four,.4, ." I
Iced, there i H+ len'on to lieiievo. t.e! cut, Circuit the wtwluiunuberit 'oloorrlyen was sc.ittoi hi'voten.. COMPANY. '
ton was KMiiiclhnes token Inr the expresspurpose six iicud,ul :HliIfoilj-.lx.'Bid, and, ol those votes In trsthiouynhureof, wo have hereunto set Dress Goods.
of ettJit'.ug a b: iba from the I., J. Mcinliii received six liiindn and, Corty.I our o/llcllli plitimtuR'B, this 20th diy of December
live, 045, 1\,1: I no:uterine one vote.For A. D. ISiw.
ovuieisofit. I the union of' 'mll"'I'1I .\Ihllolnl! Chcnlt, tho B. F. ALLEN, nuns COIP! ANY Is now orgnlilyoa nndwo '
-- -- wl.ole-numUir notes inch mis lour hundredanltuenti i booi oini'y of Slate. urn prepared to ui.iko liberal lidMUiuca on French Merinos, "
It wns slated! in the I newspaper some .!li\: ', 423;;, and these Notes \'ore'glyoll C. I1. AUSTIN, ,

lIme since that Mr. K \[. Urnce, fmuicrIv to It. 7,. 1l..hrli. Ticnsurer.
1st. For the omoo of t"I'liitni-of the brat 'Srn.i- W.U.TElt GWYA'N, Cotton anil oilier Produce !Merinos :
u nipiubpf of iho CiHitei'.eTJitp! 1J'l\\g"ic" tot.:it diet tlit, compimul' ut the, county ,.t'-CMuiij Upnipliullor. English ,
from" KtMiHiuky now a ei>imf.ii ioi uiei- III l, the wluilu iiuiiihev. of \otes goon tine Olio Jail 4, IS0-H;; ,
I. chant at.Au(1lnta. : Qi. had J: Vl'ulhl' sum bundled. and ulei en, 111 and nf these VUl08 dun: uaAbcicromlio s.j-All papers In tho Plato copy 1 time unJfo'wlI,1 conal!!nod lo our Agent In T.tTrrtiool.> Tlio }Ing.
hundred, cut calu of Cotton in r f\oipuoUa' r I from 10 10 54e'atsprrot.uudlLrt'ocd
rucctiod tutu letcii
one 13 > Alpacas
oillco of Sec of State.
bills to
ofJtOOOOJ! to Gan. Jolla 0., : > etnry : ,
. 111. r __eaesetixauaerra>______ _,__,___._...___.____._.anrasan ; LTpluudCotlou attll'ront::::: 'r> ,
< iIlo i ; :
;,1u'. eruct' tiuidisl.cs a curd, 1.1: tai: Aiiais- --- -- hi) {! 1 32; colts for good lung Cotton In l Uolcl.Wo !
21. Fort he olficpof on'dsrfiirtheeccnmiSonntortal
i\Pc.\ uliiiialitt; in whIch' ho says; ;; he I v,'III niUiinou unu-bulfltH value.in Gold or Itsomilvulont
) 4 l1..I"'el" compiled of tho anuiit> of sintallofti ferY, \ t G'"lltp"t" 'I'! n \ tf. French and English Poplins
did not .1'1 anything of the s.u, and that thowhnlt''uutnbrrof, "Ull'81Iv"1I11' one e\,1 "yiV, :h'.JII".JIh.J.A : Wii sullen in 01'onrroi.cy.<11'001' Roods from the Merchants ,
flen. K.eckiiiiidije\ is living: un.utuitaUy, hun. ..IViroii r..ooh..Ixty live, (15: Alfiuil, Holly
Pail do
InCaiuiSi! and U out la need of such arift lecelvtd llfty-nlne, OT, and I R'n,. L. Cilijlcrrooilvi'd eiunllratordiiiaforguodalrom iliigl.inJ, Franco Chcevers,
/ I 80\1'11, 7. [}TI St\i\ toad Clormuny.I'.IOUAUD. F. FLOYD President
_...... od Fur the olllron/ Reamer! of the third Kon.atorl.il ,
--- I Jickeomllle I'lurldJ. Plain and
$ ',.; i fA !;? '-r[ft f l.r t G T-sdAV -: the whole district nninciT, eompiwod of Votes 1 of was the county ono hundrid 01'\\1111011.und 11, T. PIIKB! Agent, Llvunool Tull.thiuiH.u.lIglnnd.J. FancyAll
uf 1,1. STII.T': '!['o'run JlnGuW1.: T. BtnvAuu! Agent! Jfln.Nov. .
id then
01:1'1): .111'0, 185, tI votes Ji hn ifot'ti- l''t '
son received l ouchuii'lrid uud emh'y-n'vo, ISj.: ..., .lor, on the Illh day of January, ISbO, ut lil-Jtn' : Wool
t 8 u 1'anua1I lU nic1. 4.h. For cue office of ,Senator t"jr the fourth my, plnnt.itlon eight miles west of AI id.aon
,.\VVill IlLR.U.n OmcK, Seiiatoiial district.'eotnpotid of tlio, eountliAofIlolnus 4 P, B. BROKAW'SLIVEH.Y
Deo. 3(1( t SO''. and' \VuslutuK'Ott\''' the' whole number, ofviib 2,000 bushels: of Corn Delaines
COTTON.-Tho, demand. fir tho pat two dive; : irlveu wasuno bundled, and fo.tv-onu' 141, 1
1ms beau vorv gn I 1. ana all fair nnl eviu lute Mid of tlio+u votesV.. \\-. 1'oe Iveolvi.I ditlitvthe 1-1 So. 1 Mules, AND SALE
have found puralm.ii>.out the fllowins4 rutes- 85, and .\. II Kio.vntll! i''culv.d tift) .ulx: American Delaines
Thu quotv.fous be-lou lire from l'l,ide, v' I Ibs. of roll ,
dutyjpald 61 th. Fur the offioo of Snottier for tho fl fth Son- 10,000 \

Ordinary__.____._u..n_.--.-'...___.Nomlmtl.I atorirl: dihtrlo cou|pied of the county of KrankHn i l Stables !fNfI Silks
Lots Mlddlintf ______n...___..u________ 41 a 43hlr'lct the vvjiole nuuil'er of votes ghee was one 125 head Cue Stock liege: : Fancy ,
4 l.a 47 t.2 hundied and ulna, >00, and. of these votes John ,
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Mhddtlnr ..._.._....n__.._..._._ 48 ,\ -- 11. tlouio, ruceivi'd olio bundled und nlie, 100.no 1 130 heal; Stock Cattle, among tho In
Oomt'!>fldrlilor.....un_ ...__0.._____... 4'Ja = .. For tho office of Senator of thin sixth tk,1aturlit' : I TALLAHASSEE great .variety
t, Host of the Block uc !liuud Is held ut h.gl.eriirlees. !: ill.trict' eompwd' i.f thy cotiiiivuf (:ul- 'nutnbet FLA
'. hOlln, Iho nhoh'iiuniUoiofvMes, glvin v.innlxty- Shaut71s;
10": blllndo (1"0''" 90o toil.25.Kxpor'od nine, 69, and of these votes Jolt Afi'C'klhn ,.tcilt.il .- Much Cows -AL0C1R11 (:; "teiRa:ivcr
front ""'1'1. lit to Deo. 20lh, 71,000 foity" .two, .1.*, ,Tohn Rich-\rd, "ec liedticutOtto 50, .
bales Upland l cotton, and 3,2S'i; bn'o H<,.. I* and \ 21, mil Kooi.it: Uiegoij; m,,. .udo.j: ; AT ALL PRICES "
]j'LOUl\-OIlPOI'J1I1U {10 ; extra fatalI1! ; fancy 0, votis.70i 23,000 Ibs. Fodder, ACSS, tIJNGI S,1TTiu9SS:\
$12 n 15.lints. For the omca of Sni'itorof the seventh
I -;:re"n,4n per fl) ; r1rr! lOe.IlCTTKH R,>natoilil' dietilot, cjinprMed ot the uuiintviufJiu.ni.oti 15,000 sheaf Oat ,
-4.>,) u ;oJo'; Cheese 21e n 30e.llBBb.VAX the whole ni'nibet: votes via .1 It bundred IIlIlIhno.eo, Nov 0,1805-tfEmporium
mid eleven, Oil, nut..f there voti'.s 'j'homus'
-Oo wl'tb.-recetptaItgtd. 100 bushels ll.e
roTAT ES-nurtlirrii. U O" *4 pr Tibl. M. While r.'ceh'ud four huudiod and fiity-m.x.! ; of Varieties Cloths and Cassh ei'e5 ,
Od'fllr.- IM of F uridtl oranges sold at f 21 4oo, :mil. I 0. A, hinders received rue uundreJ
par thouMind uii'l loitllve, 115. .* TSth 20 banks Potatoes, ... '
Com prlmo vihlte Jl 10o :.1 $1 13o;; For thu oillco of Senator of tits: eighthSenitoilal ; \ IN GREAT VARIETY
KlOB-Oan'id U iiullni llo u }4u per 11). district, rumposod uf the county uf 4 0 bifehels Ground Teas
\\rotfi.-S6o for unw hhed. U,idsdul, the whole! nnmlii of voles was Vireo .
Sun '1\ -bl'OWIl refined Uu a 15o ; yellow do, liiiudrud and tlurlj-t.M, 3l2, nut D. L. Rout 500 bushch Long Cotton Reed, WM. P. SIUSSJGK: HATS AND CAPS' s
l0aut'2')e. received! thivu hnndied "'''IIIIII.t.twu sided,!':\2, .
4 \VinKHV.D'irinc the week tho mirkethiabeeu Ott,. For tin olllee of Senator, of the> ulillhHuiiatoilnl 1 Gin a1'A.xi:, J\ II ASS/ E: E, I!JA., 4 '
dn'l.!! nnd the oh'M ftuht.Vo' iiuole" Cilb- diHtrlsi, composed Iho, cuuiv of McCaithy TOOTS AND SHOES
t' son's, Boil's ** Co'MlUKty I t l ns follows :-Donbledbllllud LI',illy, tin whole'! nuniHoi of votes was llXj- ,
old 'i'>e Whiskey, per gtllon, $J 10 ; thru, 61. tutu ur these 1111>'.1\\,0, 53, W.o, "lwlI Sugar Mill and Kettle, | Topper, Tin aiicl I I
_ Huperior old M i- ungaheta1'ldakey' per irnl. to .T. C. HVAUS: and one vote, 1, vv.i, given to i). SET IRON MANUFACTURER I HARDWARE
$a 25. Chow; old Iinurbnn'htek| | | (I)' p 'r gal TJ. C'u:">n. 1 complete set Llac1smilh tool, 1
f $J 4'i' Old Xeiiiur 1MD put gnl. S4 lit, Old FHMIily lOl'i. Foi the ofllooof Scnnlnrof tlictenth SOli'oIOI'I..lJ.li.I..lot I
iSo lar,01' II"". $1 25;; 1'ure old luauVhia! couipOM'dof ll.u OOUUI.of le'JII. 100 Still entirely now .
key purga'. W $>5. the:' vviio'e: number of votes gleu was four han. gal. copper BEAIEU IJT CRQCKERY,

....-_. ..._---- -- ---- 1II'l'll1nIIIy two, and 'j'1.. IJiuv. ud, received e
foul hun,Led; and llffy-t\vo, 4.j i2, \Oled. 2 largo Iron Axel Wagons,
SrATE-OF-FLORID llth. For the olllee of 11II101..r; the elsvonlhPeuaturUl English, French and Domestic Tin 'V arc &c., &0.
dlslrlci, composed of the onunty r 1 liorsc-cart, Goods l
J SVnkulh! fie wholo number of votes glvwn, Will ,
M "''l TI.:, the uiduralgneil,11.] | F. Ai I.KS, Socroturyol'Stiitt' ono hllnll"111.111\ \ fiT'y-seven, 157, and of thueevnieii 12 batrols Syrup
V'J AVALTBH UWYSf, Joniptinllcr ot J. (". Ciavvfoid" received ot.u bundled and Plain & gals
i Fancy::! Japanned
Vubtlo Account, nnd OnABirs H. AtbTis.Tioinurvruf Of,0"l'on,167., ,
I I." t-i-ilo of I'loridn, hiiUmr root this 12th. Fat tho oaten of Kenator of, thin: twelfth And tho Plantation outfit G-B.OOER.JErt.: : ;
1 duty: lit the otllco of tlio Keontnrv of Sun: 'o M Seimtoiial, di-trtct, coin pueed of tho county of ,
count and canvas tin ret ir-u of the clen:4on .Jot eruou, the whole number bf voles Kitevus I'ntr\ t'nj! same time the Plantation, con. STl HEA An.e&S..
; hold ou" Ihu 9Ihdl'nr\0".tnul.rullllno: ;;,) four bundled and thirty ono, 431, and uf tlicsii tr.lrtlng tulle> acres of open land. Tl.U cull bit treated FLOUR, ,
tho Cuu C B'rd! received two ', for prh'"itcly up to the 10th Instant, after
for ono Hl'lu'ooonl"lIvo In ;:u ess of the volts \\ IK fired! and
i UnltuJ Suites: a Secretary of Stale: nil AtluruuytliMieral. I eighty! one 281, uud J. S. Kusoul olio L uJ'od vUduu time lo tuu hlgheiit bldd I'. A large and handsome variety of
tt Comptroller of I'ublto Accounts and IIIIJ l1h'.150.. 0 TECS. L. 17HITLOC2.: SUGAR,
3 u Treasurer; of IheSmtoof:, K'orlda; and also a .lath For thooflkoof. Fcnntorof. the thirteenthHPnaturi.il COOKING STOVES i
Jud"u of tie Circuit Com foi'eioh Judlelul Cr-! l:! dlIrlolollll1l"1\ the louuty J.m. 4, ISM-It ,
unit In lalilBtnto, ftid| n Bn tenor for each judicial Madison, the whole number of votes given I TOBACCO &<.'. &c.
Circuit, and nlno a Senator for etch Huuntu- four Inindruil said fourteen, 414, und of PO\' 11i1'fJYi. t Combining: ,
riot| OUtrlotln SIIld Blltc, do I"robyeortl()' Unit vote E. J. Vttuu received thros hundred
tho following IB n true and correct count of tho foi-.y,six,340, and W. O. Hampton receivedsUteight Of1 1 r.nn LD s' ISazurd, & Bupo-.it, SHEET IRON, Powder Shot and Percussion
ruturim tr.inbintttad by th. poverul Jmlgea of 08, voios _I V U ,r.in.1. | :
1'robiitofiom llio .el'", II| ooitntlmi lu the State 14th. KOI.thoortlcoof Sennlonif tho J ObI received and for sale by AIR.TIGIIT, ,

and oil ale III the ofijoo of the Secretary of State. Beuat trial district, composed Kof the county HcXBBIH: ft MIEN :COX, AND Caps.
Tho whole number of votes glVcn at said election 11"11I111')1tbo whole number o' vote given I
for Representative In JongrvBa Woo tire three unudrod nnd thlt'ly-olllhtCJJ8.) / nud of Tin: ( PAULOK COOKING STOVES
thouaui"! and folly, 5,040; mid of thus votes Fcrdlnund votes J. 11. llnUor! recehid one Jiuudrcd and 2,10661tL'O ;
McLcod received two thnisnnd ono him- ,0Ighl.nlnolb9, arid J. KV, Smith rocuhgd Gu tr All trimmed in a neat and durable initiiiier. -
droll and, nlii"t-two, 2,1UJ; fiuidl'. llo uo received ono hundred, and forty.nlno, 110. They can Le shipped any part of Wines &
ogle th..:rmd four htjinlad\ and eightythrou I 15th J For tho otllco of Soo"llr for tho fifteenth ttY tin ilk-lit I of tl.u 14ih of inst month, i i1 Ln- the country with perfect safety. Si'OVU Liquors,
1,483Vllltarn II, I1 Alison received onehundicil Senatorial district\ compcsed .f the counties of U dluu' tisia ISniccJiit, with live toiuz sets
I and forty-seven, 147; W. M. lvc ro- Lat.iyette and 'l'nylorlhowholo number votes lull-onu Inrgoonoiu the centre und four Inm PIPES and ELEOWS:: constantly on hand.<
culvoU two hundred ""thlrty-ulght, t3Sj; J. Vf I given was one hundred aunt *4ircnty-two, 1J2, and her I\lIes iilncuj around It-u mnull gold ohnln at- Out-door woik] : TIQ Hoofing Gutter
(Julpoppor received l the hundred and ef hioon; J. c/f ihesu votos J. L. V Cornell received suventy. J;4uaed! tu tint oliwp. Tlio finder will bo liberally ing down Pipes, Ornamental House The largett Stock in the State,
If" i. Johnson received cute hundred und foi'ty- two 74: and Edward Jordaifft'ccived. fifty, 00. 'h:,.:.'iil by ku\'lug! It at this olUoo3' Sheet Zinc Sheet
0110; 141; J. \V. I'l'loo 0110 hundred and two 10J; 10th. For tho oillco of Senator for the sixteenth :!= Ileadji: Lead.Ea'Shop .
and .catlol'luJ Sen ttoriul district of tho + wOl'k.of o CONSISTING OF
und two hundred twoUI -,IIII1'" composed county of \ ery description
voted. Columbia, the whole number of votes given wow *.. WANTED.M done on short notice.
Fur the offloo of Secistury of Stnto, the whole two hundied\ and eighty-six, 2hO, und of these .
number of votes glveu was four thousand three votesVdllum U. toss received ono hundred unit TEACHKlt. to take charge or" School WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, CHAMTAGNE -
hundred n id vevunty-nlno'two ; und of theao tlfty, 150, and 0. P. Luther received ono hundred tMiiulv uShiiir.ri\ ., ut lfld"'iiy, 1'hi., ou the 11 ot:1ontS.: PORT SIIERUY AND
votes U. J-) Allen received thounund nun and thirty six, 130. .llniofthoKilnicilajlidO.li.U", midway between .
hundred and u.inty- ovcn,2TO7; James T, 11115t nth. Fur the otllco of Senator of the seve5i.taenttiSunaturtuldistrtetcomposedofthucout4ty' Tallnlmteeo und. julnuy.. Uo uiiibl bo competent WOOLEN WAnE CLARET WINES; COCK-
o received live hundred mid eighty-three. 6SJ; to teach ell tutu lIglJoh branches A wounded ,
Bumuol:! 1C. Suesiond rooolved dye hundred and of Suwaueo, the vhole number of votes glvlu I (O, 8) soldier< pieluireil For fin.ther piutioulir WILLOW WARE TAIL AND STOMACH
forty-nlnii 519; William Scott ronohod four bun- was DUO buudroit'nod six, lob,nnd W. II. HobacaurucelvuU aadrcsa T. ft IICDNALL, TOYS BITTERS Ac. &c.WTbe .
',\rolllllld jour, 404; and L: T. Do.onf roceUodfortvU Ono hundred and six, 100. 0-It Midway, Fla. CHRISTMAS PRESENTSOf ,
/0, 45. 13th. For the offlco of Senator for tho eighteenth
Fur HID oillco of Attorney general, tho wholp Peuutoilnl district; com Dosed of the counties 'oi' Sale in Lake City. every description on hand. Call and merchants of Florida are respectfully -
number \otesgl\en was thrsu. thousand four of linker and radlord, the a hole number examine before pUicbasiug elsewhere requested to examine our stock I
hundred Ami twenty-six B, 20j; and of these J. 1) of vote given was one hundred and twenty-five, A LARGE HOUSE with about an aero of Nov. 7,1865-3m! before deciding: to purchase in New York
Galbrultli received two thouimd nix hundred 125, which were given to J. O. lUuhard.19th. JSf! Und near the Uuilroad Jropot-rooontly ooi.U %
nnd ulnuty-ftve; A, Woodward rooel\eil six For Ibo ottlco ot'Senator of the nineteenth | 4bonrdliighouiio. The bulldlnif, out. as we will duplicate all bills at New York
hundred und eighty-one, CS1; and fifty scatteringV Senatorial district composed of Ibo county of houses Ac., all lu good order and a fin\ well of W H WHITNEE, prices, thereby saving them time and ,
AI"ohu"lh.. whole number of votes was three wilier on the pruuilued. An "xcellcnt buryaia fl'olgllt.BY.
For the office of Comptroller of Public Account hundred unit thirty five, 335 and of these votes oun bo md ''n tuo purclmsu uf thin property. ATTORNEY AT -LAW
*, the wholo number of votes gUeu was J. U. Honor received three hundred and twelve, Apply to Mi88 A. F Lucas, at Jackson\!file, or l'.olitivtlV no goods Bold at retail.
four thounnnd evea hundred and ulnoty-flvo. 812,aud T. H Ugon twenly.'hrve, 2.1. atiUUoHico.lieo. MADISOS, FLORIDA,
4,785-; and of these vote L..wl.G. 1'yles rlvltat"o 2uth.! For the ot co of Senator for the twentieth ll-4t. ILL TnB COURTS McKibbiu & Allen.
thousand two hundred and twenty-eight, Senatorial district, composed of the county of Luke City 'Trflbs" ploaaa copy t tlnici, and \ 'JWWS opce.
V78; llugh Archer received DUo thousand two h'a,.authe whole number of votes given was ,lend bill to this olUuo. > > f aa, fS06Zt ..- Dec. 6, 181U-tf : I

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: President of tho Board Aldermen, .-o. -' i< '}:"r ,".1:=_ ,
Georgia corrc'p'on<.1crit of ll o Very nnespectcdly.t'to' tho' Eaclials : in his remarks upon the subject ofnegro =.-"."", ....' --::1Jo. ;. i'iir. '!-!!-:"' ". -5'- --"_; '. l ; I

!New YOlk News writes! the ?Senators, Mr. from Stewart Nevada, ono ;ot t made tho now a City Council suffrage, ,at\ in a Washington lato meeting! of : --,, liI r 'j'\1ItllICI..NI' \ t ::4' :

Jut t lu'rc wo arc met by siii of the nllunlQ il' : "
speech to day} in favor general that body, that tho most of the negroes i. !"! ; ,J,. .. J Q I..,
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"..gestuMi that the proper juclj policy of the President.: who went from the District of !' '1' !I .-
the, freed ril1 B'E I" 1I..Li.! I- !
incnt'is'cxcrcisccl, negro \ GOOD 1TOXS.; Columbia into the army "were taken .,.-_:. :.._. .. I'b""
tho white -
more valuable to race ""
bo the rficlij'als of by men of their own ';Yj
Tho It is a sign that possession!
than: the negro slave.! opinii lost' and sold into tho service of "3:? "O :3M! :
of those who have the best right; i to have toiaipcr.. Accordingly cMor, =2? P. S? J& ? $
when Mr. Raymond spoko today the United States!:, .and it't\ added -
conclnsfc :
,know, is adverse to that Schenck Bingham, and ono by Mr. Gulick, that many of them & APOTHECARY t
t: and such is tho' deliberate conclus'nof n DRUGGIST ,
of MassnMr.
two other malignanta, violatedthe were credited to the State -
majority of the plantersmen -'- or
a largo been accustomed I to courtesies over c-xtondecl'on tho chn cet". TALLAHASSEE: E
who ha\xo ,
them all their' lives. Tndividti ", occasion of the first effort of a now [ Lloyd said that all ho had stat- F.A'I:?,

The .
in ncmbor by inttJ1'l'uptionSeyel'Y three ed could be. proven. negroes : --
commit error jndgmc !,'IDr.ATEn. ;
may I told by, now most active for suffrage were
or.four sentences. was
of the future, but the grand aggt IS-- ,;fj
in the servile of -
two threo HopubUcan corresponIfints not those! who were I ...'
gate of public_ scntimelit is always .
.' "' 'right. And tho sjntimcnt: now is ) in the gallery:' that Mr. liay- the United States. How was the ClIS 'i RUCS {.

that Ike African race of the South mond's effort was strong ; that his first negro regiment raised! ? A com FRENCH AND !Er i'.:

not able to break : ot colored, troops! paraded the
in the 1 f interrogators were pany
will, 1 be citinguisliid course 0 'H ,
time and their places supplied 1 1'vhite tho thread of his argument or disturb streets!, followed by a large number MEDICINES v '
the provocation of idle colored people. The company ,:i
laborers. The idea of electing his temper, though CHEMICALS 'If'
catch him halted in front of the Trcasary Department -
excossivc, nor
i was ,
them into' of equal ity PAINTS OILSDYESTUFFS
positions ]
with the white race is simply vclii in any snaro set by tho tormentor.nnxo and at the word I of command ,
each an negro
ulous. _
them Annlo tan Island }
and caniod to WINDOW GLASS :
The legend of tho Florida India) It was freely said by experienced ,
and'thus the first regiment was start- .
ns to tho proper place for the rifgi observers and writers that almost cd.Yet to these resident BRUSHES, ANDXL }

...:.. was c'orr'cct.. When' .. old' luval wao; any new member would havo sunk is ascribed\ the greatest praise negroes, while a'l j ja
sent to the territory many years ngo 'under tho storm that was let loose was in sen ice. ..L1. ID 32 X? .,

as its Governor, he' nssembled the.! Il.iymohd. IIo his!:, however, scarjely, company .' '
upon ---- ec.is'rt'Y hn'ul1Ih..I1' tn'4'I'II\-
-FI ) +c ,
chiefs! and braves: an'mad'o them t\ as editor, been far moro thoroughly hirssisstrrl 1.'F.conD.-Tho Stato f e.lrr:!.1', -. tUHlo; 'OftupouIHh'd U't'uny uuJ uC'lnah'of/ y

speech. They listened, with the posted upon politics, in Southern ofMiasissipni, > ith a whito population Ihc wry ln-it ismlvrinls, sit all liom of tali (!ti. nsnj nlghi: J '

Greatest; decorum and respect, wldle jv all aspects than !his opponents, not exceeding ;)OOUU, had Nov.-tf. __ _.._.___. ____ _- --- ---- -:-__-- _h--' =':_:=::" _. : "
he told them That they ought to quit had as a politician I ------------- -- -
and having training sixly-threo( regiments in time late
their wild'!, roving ]habits of hunting; writer, debater and'speaker i war," which numbered about 73,000 Hodgkiss, Scott:& Co, ( WHOLESALE J

get ,'maps, charts and' philos in tho Assembly at Albany, was not t i combatants. Of these- MERCHANT \. '

.' phical instruments, study them, and to bo easily overmatched: or mash Dii.>d.of diseaoe H+,500' COMMISSION ANDRETAIL $

become great rfncl intelligent% like their tered. lulled and died of NO. 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK.Thou. "

white brotheis. At'the conclusion t of THE: SPEVKr.lt AGAINST DIK., ", wounds\ l ,OOODidel1argel It. ]Iro(1gkiss 1 lUu: oflt.unljcUoii Brother! STOREC
11is address thochief replied and that tho Mr. Colfax was very active up on 1, resignedand O.iliiltiinori.W. Hcolt.ofdimof 0. \\-- Scott &: Co ,Tall! _.. J
;: cotenipiated --- -
retired 10,000 hnttgno."
revolution tho floor, engaged, apparently, in 0. JI. 1'ools of(fret of Too:it D.lI1It\ ', Bali .
1 such a complete faction.? Diverted .or di'opuod 11,000Miss'ing In lilac, 11.! .
the prescriptive '
iti their mode of living, that the)' stimulating is 250 <. \\'. O. )'" ,,11', of III in of O.V.. Scott &. (;0.,TiI'lham'C .. u, 'V;, At\ M\ SeOft&Co:> ; }
following His course in this regard, un pre ) Jflu.Pptolul : ,
would take until the day Transfeirod to other
ce onto ,. to consider themwhcrcupou', the commands lGOO ultc-nlluii ghon to Hie f'tk uf nil kinds: t of J ;
: 'r' ',.v THE :MILITANT 15: ran SOTJTir. ;
meeting adjourned. Total loss from nil : : urm >Kir ;1;
Assembling again at the appointedtime It is stated that tho IIouso Committee causes W,750 SOUTItESN: 1'HODUCI. WKKUSPCCXTCLI/Vi. azhohszalaand

the chief arose and said to tlGovemor on Appropriations has Out null lo tho pui'ebasc' mid nVi lament of
; -
Ret il
that they had duty considered down by one-half, what has been Balance accounted for 18,7 20 UouHhoJ..1 and I'laatatbn/ Good: : \ : tars .7prSpercd '

trIO propositions, Ilndres'pectfnJly estimated for by the appropriation,; I at tho Old stmt( In 'J'ullliliaesc. whcr.4.t. .ro ,1)1'
Thus it 'ens that moro than lrmrn1S
apt Wares I1I11h willi( knulu ol t
ountoiutrs> aU
to iii>]\Iy Vf
declined changing their mode of life. departments. If so, they can have ono in five was in tho ser !:

"\Ve, have' a legend," said ho, "that no idea, .in reality, of keeping up vice.person Tfiis an extraordinary almost MACHINERY: &O. Goods '$

after the Great Spirit had created th'e military establishments in tilt unparalleled military-fast..d --- ,Dry t

earth, ]ho attempted to make n ma South. A. nrFJmENCES: : ,*'
His first effort he did not like, and NAMES OF SOME SENATORS: WHO SUS- It.H'llIC.-\ humorous writer i-lliiv, Onrrii-r: & Co., Kuw Vork. .
I. MIHIIU, Grlllln\ VIBr \.
that was the negro. IIo made ai TUN TUB rilESIDi;,\!. of the Chicago Pl st describes how nut (Jinnin" MiuUKouu'ry, Aln. :: *!,
and Shcss
still not sati: A.11 11.1 i, Macon, tin Boots! : .
other effort, and was of the statutsof ho got out of a bad scrape in the ,.. "
A careful analysi3 1:. Runt, 7)Olac..u 1 to
i fled ; that was the Indian. lie tile Senators reveals Police Court, in tho following manner .Jus (r. \Vhil fluid ]Dcniopolls, Alt :4::
the Republican : 1'icsiUoiit amtc ]i. uk. of FloridTli'ItihaiHt'e. Hats and
tho third time and made the white : Win. H.illy. ( Gaps, >
tho fact that Senators 'Conness, t J
man, with whom ho was perfectly The next morning the Judge ol '['II.,.. K. imltvlton: 1'rce. Mil. FIre In. Com I '
Dixon ]) ittJe Fessan-
Cowan, o ivmv, llnltlmorv :
satisiicd. Three boxes were place don, Foster, Grimes, Harris Hen- the Court sent for me. I went :Oct 24-tf Clothing, J,\f
before them. The first containe derson, Norton, Ramsey' Sherman, down niitl l IMreceived: me cordially.Said DESIUABLE CITY IROrER1'YFOR : 'I

books, maps, charts and philosophic! Stewart, Trumbull, Van Winkle, he had hoard of the wonderful SALE Eard\7ar! ?:: ,

'infctrnintuls. The second], ,bows, arrows Williams and things I had accompH-iel! at

fishing tackle, traps'*and nets. Willey, ,do not endorse, the possitlyYates radical Bryan Hall, and was pruud ot wo. I OFrr.u line for: Jlimsc s:ale ,;i n-ptnt.romfortalUlHurl _' le. Crockery,andAgricultural: '.i;

The third, shovels\ hoes, axes, plows anti-administr&tion I was a promising young; man, and toY o'cnl'l d hy air., 'I'h"s. n..ywunl ., :
policy .
mid Brutti,. rmldiwcof M. I) T sa8 f
and many other implements of labor all that. Then ho ordure u toast! 1'npvTfjnThe: Home loi square' [=. =,- ',,- iIsnplenienlB ,
t To the white man ho gave the first WHAT THE MESIDEXT:: THIKK3 OF, KE-: Guilty, or not guilty ? I responded of Ki.(hl Lots 1111I11. In tlie inldntot j'[ij if";" I '
onkR. Attnclicd! (im frvurotrt
choice. lie by the last box without COXSTIltrCTIOX.lion. hennttfulgrnvcof ,,. hOllp.II,1,
paced in a brief but eloquent speech, -holtaes In"Indingkitt'hrnrarrt" |
looking at it: but when] he cam Hiram McCulloch called on setting forth tho importance of the smblrlwUlt. There n no\-u.r..llhllc",11,,11(111101. con tlgnoua of ,i'\coi.it, nlnchcij !! t wter. ,
to the one containing bows, arrow: President Johnson a day or two occasion that brought -us together:;; | (\ pinch win' nt ibo. "imi< Unit'. Tenrm for tl., At iJio J,KVc-sl CufcJa r5'ic'e, for j

etc., he looked at it a long time. The since, and had a free and frank Afterjjtho usual ceremony, I loaned obtaining whole rood.t.eu.:I' ih'filraUlu'I'bU city In ri'i-M''in-i'n rare opportunity in n plcnoalocal'.ty for 't

Indian trembled, for he ]had set his! conversation with him. The Pros the city ten dollars. ., : with ground JO,:.lonirh. JOHN fi>i WILLIAMS.October a Inrpo.irdc: .n, Cash or Cot.#o 'ra|

]heart upon that box. But ho finall ident expressed his full ..confidencein -- -- ------- 21-tf IlftTing! CBtablluhca s brnncli of our )".."." ;Ja '
took tho one with books. Tho indian being able to restore tho entire WiUriT: MKvys.-They say" that ,

t at once took the second, leaving, union of the Statos to the stitisfuo' one of tho latest fashions: with tha A. J, PEELER, NEW; YORK, ,",' ;

the negro to take the one with the tion of oil national and leasonablc ladies .is wearing long ends of narrow ATTORNEY AT LAW IVP nro prepared fnrnUh goods of nil) ]1:11\| ]<, In i _(

shovels and hoes And saying th.i men without any further humiliation ribbon aro:111.1 the n
"we do clot now wish to change tho of the South. of the uninitiated know, the sin ifi- TALLAIIASShE 4 t, .
Stars; over the Stats :Bank.
order in w hitch the Great Spirit start TEE HEQUI.AE AUlIY. canda of the same. When tlie' Of.ce up Cash: Advances Nada on Cotton i.:
f cd the three men into the world," reorganiza- wear the ends Lunging; : in front, i it 'Taal after the fsUiMisluvcHt of Shipped toJIodgkiss
the contemplated ,
the Council adjourned sine die. In means that tho lady is married ; tho U the State UoxtrnnientillulM prompt, .
tIon of the regular army, it is alleged t.'utlnt tu miiltijrn-Oivll and Crin.Ir"I-Ioclu'" Scott & Co., ,
-.r- -- will right shoulder, that sho i j ong'igod ; tho l'ro\Dsl M.ht'Hlml, lit TailiiliurtMo) : then i,sties ), b
that the colored troops Uoslre I lepal od\ico and ai.r.lr.tiuirt., 1111I1 NEW 1" 0 11..1'
Ward Beecho down the back that she has "fel wa>
\ ,The Hov. Henry a largo portion of the a act, i.a c'ulinHvl for the dcfuncM lii'foic the Mllltnr Ol'l _-tf "\\i l h
in his Thanksgiving sermon, said : compose ler" coming to Baa her, lint she im't.: Courts. Will aluo! inako liivebtmentH In nili: "J 1""
same, and the respective iSgiineuts Into, and: no otl.ite loans' HucuiciJ by inorU"' >!ri,', \
I Tho doctrine of universal suifragi recruited to 'the maxi- engaged ; over tho left shoul or, i it nod attend to other bualuons of 111 t uLnr.lotcr.Octobcr PRATORIUS & CLARK, '
is the doctrine of to-day, and' from up moans, "Fellers, come, follow 111.)." -tf ,

this day on there will bo no rest in mum number.v It she does not wear any, it mvan Saddle Harness and CarriageESTABLISIIr.IKNT :UCnl1l\1'' TAILORS,' \ \tr

any State lintil universal suffrage* UNDIVIDED PROFITS, OF DiNKS, &CV that she is engaged, and don't wisl" ,\

is the law. [Applause.] Tho ton The United States Treasurer hasa to have anything to do with "tny.other : TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, eTrriLI' "

dency of universal manhood is toward letter, in whjoh ho says that he fellow." :: CO.NSTAISTI.Y: 'OX I1AN) .1\1
it, and no d9croo is surer than considers it to be his duty, under An arrival from Ilayti brings tin JL& mid for mile n largo and arled n>soitiiKiit ol\ ,K f* a

this, that the day 1S not far distant the law, to have tho undivided profits news that the Haytiau rebellion i is I lm\taunt
when all the rights of man shall be of u.bank taxed as depoiits. threatening to break into activity) : ,

-- \ granted to every man. I don't limo .. again. Salnavc, thoinsurgent Gen"- Fine iontlmncn'a Double mid nfid Single LnJIcs'llar'jCBS.Saddles, .ALSO* t* HClollis \;

it this to mera color of skin, thare'e4bDeper AN IxBioaAsi: EDITOU.-The Editor -,. cl'al'was in St. Domingo, rucinitinf' Bridles, Collars''and Whips>, I J 1' JjCfissluicrcs.
this-of sex Saddle Clotlis, ? ,
prejudice'than of tho Montgomery Ledger his army, which "was beiiy, largoreinforced Bhou Findings of every dcsurlptlon! ;
and BOX-and the day is coming boon treated very.rudoly: by l by desertions] from 1'resi. T.eiithcr of nil kllida, .- .
Having Travelling Bntolirfia! imd! Trunks, JjVestiii's'S
when in politics, as in religion, our a United States officer, relieves his dent Jcfl'rard. The llaytiuns ;more. Saddle nnit Ilarnasa lUrdwnro, ;. .
will with us to tho "polls,, Carriage Trtmmlntni, : :
women ,go mind thus : -, said universally to favor tho rc\-\ ,' ., Wagon and Buggy hubs, 4 tit
when tho family will vote, and universal The editor of this paper returning thou against Jetl'iaril.J '.. buggy Shafts Ktiokeg! > and RIms OU
Adcsl\ud Springs, r'e
will be the law ol Buggy
: 'f to his home yesterday morning A French savant says Adam was lYecIi t JJi

the land. called upon what ho supposed, to be 123 feet 0inchestsll, and Evo was CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES Ties, Ai

.... ono of Uncle Sam's officials, upon a 118 foot !9 3-4 inches. Noah ho de. flfvery dcBnrlptlon:- *%fc it ]

., Baron Epthsehild once complained small matter[ of business who happened I l.uesVaS an equally largo young M.iohlue l'3ltlng. / SiisjieiHlers} to
to Lord Brougham of the hardship (unfortunately for any government man. Work mnclo to order and.Roplih-Ing' done '\\1lbioPlltch' en

allowed to take of VhcelerVllsou's. IowQ's GeatlemeiVs; > Hose &c. ) to
of not being to wear tho badge a wont for and ] > > :

'his seat in l'aHi n'ent. "You lieutenant 0;) the fellow really'didnot Com. Vanderbilt is seriously ill. iL uv1NG:1LtC1IiNES.J.. t TURDT.Tiillulinntfuo '. ,,1 pl'l'O

know,!" said ho, "I was tho choiceof know tho difference between a Fie has never fully recovered from Fin,, Oct. 20.-t-lt Jtmble ntJom style o'l mid I/urmonfs..uprrlor cut IlI lU'r.sad P tu,

the people." To which tho ex. gentleman and one of his menials, the injuries' received some weok R. B. POST. A. M. HOBBY a- 8101'0 next!! 10 T- D. Tnturu'. t I\E'Ootuhcr

Chancellor, with his usual causticity who has no doubt been bullied over since by his fall from his carriage 2.1itissollltion. rig I

-4 replied, "so was Barabbaa. from day to day, te letthem know &j. W.Tlinn, tho well known the- POST & HOBBY; ) of Copartnership Th.

wife I wish 'you would try that ho was an officer of the United, itrical manager of the Richmond cncral Commission "Merchants TilE,lIMn of MeDllna! &; Hobby I. dissolved ill t..I
1 "Sfy ; those> Indebted to scud are re
Statos: 'Said in estimation md Norfolk theatres has mysteriously
officer our -
and ")( dear '1"'led tQ cush with 1It nub
temper. y settlstby orxpoto
I husband, your I wish you would? try toe Iii atd:rd. poor .specimen of. disappeared with about $15,000 I NEW' ORLEANS, LA. lerlhe,. ]1cDOtTJdre h c cjOflN I 111 I

got rid of yours.. j Untie, Sam's'greatness.. ... .. hat didn't belong 'to him. i X; nr. 14- n I, 1wbe. tort I' I J thattore]

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