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 6, 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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Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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} 3 1eijd-< tt21 1Undr In whom does the Constitution place I. ic, and ought .nut. to exist longer eviL It is plain that the amendment and avenging Rome. It is equally
,. 1j its power ? J"ot in the Judicial than is absolute nc-cessnry. As tl.ere must be consummated beforetime important to the stability of this
t IS PUBLISHED EVERTTics.layThursiliyand branch of the Government, for it are no symptoms that tho people of defunct States are admitted to R-fpuMic that it should now be
only adjudicates, ; and J'es'not pre these provinces will bo prepared to be capable of State action, or it never solemnly] decided what power can
-4 I\ ; Saturday: : scribe laws. Not in 'the Executive!. participate in n constitutional government can bo. revive, recreate and, reinstate these
(hit a At Tallahassee, Flu.TC1U1S for he only executes! and cannot for somo years, I know of The proposed amendment to allow Provinces into the family of States
,.',, make law Not in 'the Commauderinchief no arrangement so proper for them Congress to lay a duty on exports and invest! them, with the rights or
,, ""4 tSix of the armies ; for he r.s teriitori 1 governments There !, is precisely in the same situa American citizens It is time that
", ; can only hold them under military they can learn the principlo of freedom I tion. Its importance cannot well Congress should assert its sovereignty
tip dollars per Annum : Four rule until the sovereign legislative and eat the fl uit of foul rebel- be overstated. It is very obvious and assume something of the
Doll'it's for Siniuiitlis.: [ In '
a Atlv.iiicv., Single ,Copies!! 10 power of the conqueror shall give lion under such! overnments.- that many years the 'South:; will not dignity of a Roman Senate. It is
Cents.KVTES. them 'aw. There is no difficulty in While electing members to the Territorial nay much under our internal revenue fortunate that the President invites
solving the question. There are Legislatures they ,will necessarily laws. The' only article on Congress to take this manly atti
OF ADVCliriSING, two provisions in the Constitution, mingle with those to whom which we can raise any considerable tude. After stating with great
To be paid for In ..Aclvanpe.Una under one of which the case 'must Consri'ss shall extend the light of amount is cotton. It will be franftne( s in his able message! his
err tqiuiro. (1'J Sonl'"rollllllr.,)or ICBB, for the i fall. The fourth 'article says, ''new suffrage In the ToriitoiifS, Congress grown largely at OUCR. With, ten I theory, which, however: is found to
l niatlnxcitlon" ............-..:... .._... $1 00 States may be admitted by tho Con- fixes the qualifications' : of elec- cents por pound export 'duty, it be impracticable, and which I believe
t.ch': suits'qnent limeition ............... > 75 gross into the Uu pn." In my tors, awl I know of no better placenor would be furnished cheaper to foreign very few now consider tenable
He'Rte Rod 1.11111 I Notices ft.i\ortincnicntH to bo charged, judgment this is the controlling )better occasion for tho conquered markets them they could ob- he refers the whole matter to
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ex"eplf: ,Hii9 or Il.ial-lnu us Admin provision in this case. Unless the I rohtU and the conqueror' to tain it from hay other p art of ttfewuild. the judgment of Congress. If '
l.lr.il.ir, f,,'whloh the chime shad: lio.. 29 00 )law of nations H' a dead ]Jotter, the i practice justice\ to all men and ae- Tho late war has shown Congress should fail firmly and .
llntairy :Voil'1.' ') '. i'l Tiibntos of R..pectb late wnr betwi:on two acknowledged, eirstom themselves to make and that two millions of bales 'exported wisely to discharge that high\ duty,
rh Irgu.I Iaa. ntvcrtmenii.1! belliguronts severed, their original obey alll.lws.s to these fauiodio at fivo hundred, pounds to it is not the fault of the Presi ollt.
compact., and, broke all ties that !/ela, they cannot at their option the bale, would. yield $100,000,000. Thus Congress owes it to its own
.THE SENTINEL:. bound them together. Tho future ro enter the heaven whioh'theyhave This' seems to be the chief revenue character to set flee seal of reprobation
I U the all') p per In 'h>l'IJIfhnt I. pllhll.h"rl condition of, the conquered) power 'listuibpd, nor the Garden of E lent we shall! derive from tho South,- upon a doctrine which is becoming -
r thru unmet/ week,"">l ihurifoixtilfuidH Uo null- depends on the ,,:ill\ of the conqueror. Rich they have deserted, as fl'lining Besides, it would. be a protection to too fashionable, and unless
,\ tcHbirs tli( tenth ue.ums of nlitiilniii\; |{ the latent They must come in ',ns new Suite, sword] are set at the gates'to that amount to our domestic man- rebuked, will be the recognized
lie\,s b' 'lolr"Ih| and m it.S, and full fa. or remain as co qnc-red l j-roviin'e*. NUI'uru their exclusion. It becomes facttires. Other proposed amendments principle of our Government. Governor
ports or tie Xu Virk mid: Southern Mark et., Congress-the Son.ite and IIousu of i.npoitunt: to the" nation to inquire, -to make all laws unihmn, Perry and other Provisional
It will alto give f.ll nf,the proceedings|
r of thc LmlMntuio. The Sentinel Is ftirnhiliod Itcprl'slmtath''s-witll the concurrenon when' the dooi shall bo ro.optJnedrUI' to prohibit the assumption of the Governors, and orators proclaimthat
""hoc'I, :ins .ut the lowest living rntre.T of tilt President, 'is tho only their adlllii!>iell. According; to rebel debt=' are of vital importance, this is tho white man's Government
power" tint can acton tho matter; my judgment: they ought.never to and tho only thing that, can prevent The whole copperhead
JOB! P R Ho! TIN c. but suppose, as some dreaming theoiiits he HCniriiizeil+ ; as capable of noting the combined forces of cop party: pandering to the lowest
eowexiuu ,; imagine, that the States have in the Union, or lying untod as per heads and secessionists from I prejudices, of the ignorant; repeat
t peri.ir lit "/"fiM, Varied with...the....Imoll-k'littuel!: of, 'wo new have JohhlnuMilir n en- never been out of the Union, but v,ihd States until tho Constitution legislating' iig ,midst the interests of the ,cuckoo cry-"This is the white
l, mid are iiti'piiod, to'o>oc'ue everyy di.criptiat have only destroyed their St ItE' Governmento filiall have been so arnHiidml, as to the Union whenever they may attain man's Government." Damagogues:
of work in that 11110Vltll, neHtnetiB mid ,, * a dcMpitdi.H| ", on hntid, n hue uiwnitinent, of politic il action, then the fourth section so'as to secure a p-rp''tual ascendancy this is not all we ought to do before authority, grove\illg'\ ,. shout, "This
Ink fur prinliinf In coloiri Ordery" tu,ill! or of the f'ouith article applies. to the party of tlio Union, these inveterate rebels are invitedto ia the white man's Government.-

uI"'e.IH low| nwl\o HX the I'ro.ellt prcmpt attention.high cool of Onrl'rl.I' Blocknutvittl' I Wi' i ieh says! "the United States! !shall an:1 MI at to render lepubln-an: government pait'u' .ipate in our legislation.We .- What is implied by this ? That one
a7! qfan-.u, I U >or and living will H.lmll i.f, mid are guarantee to every State in this Grin and stable forever have or urn about to turn loose race of men is to have the exclusive) '
lielowMiw/ ill'rc im.'d rite* which tuba In other Union a lejuiblirAn form of Govern Tile first of these ame.i'1 merits is tochange four millions of slaves without abut right forever to rule this nation and
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l lilli'8 't hu.tnese. ment"'ho i is tlio United States ? the basis membership to to shelter t''+ont) or a cent in to exerciso all facts of sovereignty; ,
'4 'I::------ Not the judiciary ; not tho President i actual voters.:! ,31)ltn the colored their pockets.; The infernal laws \Iiile all other races and mtions
SPIEI: : U.l-f: but the bovemign t power of ficenien; in the slave States and of bluveiy have prevented thoU :aural] colors are to ho their subjects,
r the people exeicised through their thi'jy-fitths: ) of the-slaves aro u'nre from Hcquiiinj: an education, 01 iviug; no voice in making the laws
SA"" I i OF repiesentativei in Congress, with seated: though none cf them have; from understanding the commonest ind choosing; the rulers by whom
? STEVENSI the concurrence of the :Executive votes. The rebel States have nluetBi'ii laws: of contract, or from managingtUa they aro to l IHI g'ovel'uel.Vhert,
T1JJ\DDE It means tlu political government, reprijbenUtives 'ned slaves ordinary business of life This toes this ditfor front slavery, except
-I OF PfcO'STLVtNIA, the concurrent notion of both biumi, It tho slaves Hre now free, then tlmy Congress is bound to pmvile for in degree Does not this contradict
es of Congress; : and& tho Executive.Tly can add for the other' two-filths them until they can prorilo for all tho distinctive principles of
ZIST CON"GRESS" separate action ufonMi'.unountsto thirt yen ,imoie, making the slave themselves. If we do nut furnish them Declaration( 01' Independence ?

tel .,O.N' REaNS'RUCTrO: : nothing either in !IlllIittingnow tepiesji.tition thirty two. I supposethe thorn with homesteads and h dgn When the groat ant good mon promulgated ,
,' States or guaranteeing republican' free blanks in those States:; will I them round with protective laws, iJ tho instrument and
DeeeuUtee[ 181h, 18C5.!!
.OIr got eminent:* to Itpsed( or'outluwridSttites. give at least five inure= making the ,wo leave them to the legislation ot pledged their, lives! and sacred honors
:air Stevens sail-a candid ex > Whence springs: the preposterous rep rest'nUtion non-voting people their late masters, we hud better to defend it, it was supposel to P:
agination of the power and proper idea that either tilt President about thirty.seven.- The whole have loft them in bondage. Their form an epoch in civil government
.ea principles reconstruction cats' bo of the :Senate:; or the IIousu number representatives now from condition would be worse than our Before that time it was held that
offensive to no one, and may possibly i-I Bupresentiitives, ncting separately; tho blave estates is seventy. Add prisoners at Andersouville If we I the right to rule ;vpslstel in families
be prjfitabla by'exciting inquiry. can determine the liglitot:; States> to thrt other two-fifths and it will be fail in this great duty now, ant dynasties or'races, because -
'J., In One of the! suggestions ot the Messtgo send, members or Senators to the eighty-three. If the amendment when we have power, we shall de- of a Divine light to enj y exclusive ,
11' f he j. : which We: are IIQW consideiing, Congress of the U nioil'/ To prove prevail, and those States withhold servo and recoive the execrations of privileges: Our fathers! re- I
his special! : reference to this Por that they aro and havo been ,out ot tho light suffrage front personsof history and all future ages. Two pll'lii.ted' whole doctrino of the o
HOD u t taps; it is the principle must inter the Union for all legal purposes' color: ] it will deduct about thirty- things are of vital importance. Su" legal 6up liority of familes or races,
siting to the (pu<"pla at this time,- and ure now conquered subjects; seven' leaving them but forty-five, to establish a principle that none and proclaimed' the equality of allbefore
the President assumes, what no subject,to the absolute disposal of with tho appoitiontaent unchanged. of the rebel States shall be counted / the law.
onedoubt-s, that the late rebel States Congress, I will suggest u few ideas Tho eighty-thioe Southern members?, in any of the amendments of the Upon that they created a revolution
.X hive: lot their Constitutional rela- and adduce a few: authorities II with the Democrats, that will in the Constitution until they are duly Admitted ,l- and built the republic.' They
lations tt< tho Union mid lire inca the so-culled Confederate States of best times!:, be nlecte 1 from the into the family of Sta'es by wore provontel. by slivery from
_, "I 11 able of rttpreenti.tion. in Congress America were ,nn independent{ belligerent North, will always give them a majority the law making power of their cot perfecting' tho supers ructuro! whose
in and in the Electoral For than six monthsthe ibundati' they had, thus bro. Hy
, except by pe/mission of the; i and were so acknowledge'1 Congress querors. more t
;{s : Government. Ik matters but little, by the United States and, by IJu College. They will at the amendment of the Constitution laid. For the sake of the Un.on
with this admission,, whether you lope! or had assumed! uud: maintain \'et'Ytjt."t; election take possession! of abolishing slavery has been ratifiedby they consented to wait but never
1A ,' call them States out of the Union ed an attitude which entitled, themto the" White House and the Halls ofCongJ'o Legislatures of threefourthsof relinquished the idea of its final
IANJ \ and' now conquered territories, or be considered, and: treated as a !I. I need not depict tho the States that acted on its passage completion. The time to which
Inollt "I assert that, because tha Constitution belligerent, then during such time ruin that would follow.The assumption by Congress, which had ,Le jialiturea ''I they looked forward: with, anxiety,
'n\ forbids' them to do what they they were precisely'in the conditionof of tho rube! debt, or repudiation : or which were Stites capable his' come It is our.dutto' complete
iNG' did do, they are, therefore, only dead a foreign nation withwhCiln' we of the Federal debt., wouldbu of acting or required to act their work. If this! republic
as to' all national! and political action were at Will', nor need, their independence sure to follow. The oppression on that question. I take no ac- is not now mode to stand on their
and will remain so until the 'I as a nation be acknowl I of the fieedmen, the re .ameudmjntot count; of the aggregations of whitewashed great principles, it has' no honest
Government shall b'eatho itto them edged uy us to, produce that eif ct. the Constitution, and re-estab rebels, who, without any toundation, and the Father of all
"b: the breath of life anew and permit Mr Stevens then quoted from Mr. 'I lishrnent of slavery Would be the lrijjal; authority have assembled in men will still snake it to its centre.If .
them to occupy tin:ir former position Justice Grier in tho prize .cases all inevitable result.: That their would the capittls 01 the late rebel States wo have not been sufficiently
-in other/ woids, that they are the law on those points After, nucli. stoin; and dialogirJ their present and stimulated legislative bodies ; I punished for our national sin to
out of the Union, but only' dead clear and repeated decisions ho said, I Constitutions, forced upon them in nor do I regudvith any respectthe teach us to do justice! to all God'screatures
carcasses lying within the Union. it is something worse than ridiculous the mid-I of martial law, would be cunning by-play with whicu without diitinctiou of
In either case it is i very plain thatit to. Hear ,men of respectable both natural and just. No one who they deluded the Secretary of race or color, we mud expect tho
requires the action ot Congress standing attempt to nullify the law has any regard fur the freedom of State by frequent telegraphic an still more heavy, vengeance of an
to enable them to form a tate Gov of nations, and declare the Supreme elections can look upon those govmuuients nouncetneuts that "South Carolina offimded Father, still increasing his
Iernment, and send representatives' Court ,of the United States in error, forced, upon them ia duress had adopted the amendment." inflictions as he i increased the sever-
\c.; to Congress./ Nobody, ,I believe, because as the Constitution I'urbMs with any favor If they should "AI barna has adopted the amend ity of the plagues of Egypt until the \
pretends that with their old Constitution it, the States could not go out. of the grant thi light of suffrage to persons ment, being the twenty-seventh tyrant consented to do j justice; and
t llIlnE!". and forms of government Union de facto of color, I think: there would State," &c. This was intended to when that tyrant repented! of his reluctant
they can be permitte 1 to claim their After proceeding further in his always be Union white' tuna euuugh delude, the people, and accustom consent, and attempted to ,
_ rignta under the Constitution argument he'remarked it is obvious in the South, aided by the blacks, Congress to hear the names of these re slave the people, as our Southern
They have torn their Constitutions that the first duty of Congress is to to divide the ropiemulation, and extinct States::) as if they were alive, tyrants are attempting to do now, ho
''shlp. into atoms, and built on their foundations pass a law declaring the condition of thus continue the Republican as when in truth they have no more filled the Rod Sea with broken'
u.eo1VO d If should refuse existence than thus revolted cities of chariots and drowned horses, and
,, are r. fabrics of a total different these outside or defunct States, andproviding I'ecdauuy. they
cue .ub cluu'a ter.. Dead, men cannot raise proper'civil government thus to ulter their\ election laws ic i Latium, two thirds of wluse people strewed the shore' with dead "car
r-OeL the m Delves ; dead! States cannot restore for them. Since the conquest they would reduce, the reprcudutatives: of were colonized and their property 03s5e5111x.. Speaker, I trust that
their own existence as it WitS have been governed by in,irtial law. tho late slave I States: to about forty- confiscated. ant) their light of citizenship the Republican party \\'illllot bo

- '10..1Whose especial' .duty i is it to, do..<, !it. P Military! rule l i ie necessarily despot- five, ,and..' render them. powerless, for withdrawn by. conquering [CONI'INOBD ON FOl'RTH PAiry'1
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ijti; : tttCJt11f fwttwcl Speech of Tfind. Stevens. Uc'POl't of Gen. Carl Scliurz.days conise; than that in Its announced policy: The Prospect'in .Congress.The ; .

J .. ,' : .'; ,:We publish} to-day the speech iof this We )pnhlishedt"a;; few since: \the But It is t6 be hoped lhat the" same estimate I. Intelligent, coriespoudent of the

restless agitator, the file leader of the. message': of President 'JOII/lSON, and nn may ,be placed upon) him !as a r!, Boston l'ostYI'lt s as follow from Wath-:

.. i Edwin :A. ,Hart & W, A. Shober' ", Radicals: the House of Kept p?(';1In lives. accompanying rE'porL'of Gen. (!litAS; f,' giving porter, 'lhat; lies been accorded to him asa Ington, under date of'the iist'nit :

Simons; PROPRIETORS.. Southl'l'n'm'n have, only to read it, to see the 'ipsnlts) of this obsenallon on B military 'man ;; which, .we believe, ; is committee '
The joint on recnnsti ucti,
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just what; the Radical majority in Congress linnlpdttour l ihiough, some of the; Southern vetyjdw./- '. ill tint hold n session until Congress reassembles ,
TAr :r..AHASSEE t intend to tI'll; heating )in' mind that Slates The' President's', message" A )Washington: correspondent) of a:New after the holiday r.. 'P''s.' Its

>.', SATURDAY, JANUARY.6, 1866. STEVENS aid, Co. have thus, far, nccom-- which was unstained hJ' deii-G: tAIT's.re- York paper, says <, f him and his report( : complexion, both, ns < regards llio, senate '. '
plis) ed all tllt'thiealened wns' "No i is'attached the and house,' is rnd:cnl-no radical, Indeed '!
they or undettook the impottance to report
I pot I, subject of an onblauffht; by | ) that, the (,demists, In aml oat of Congress 'j
'; "' Agents for the Florida:* Sentinel.4Ir. at the opening of the session-excluding SUMNER cll tJ'nctel'l7.el) it ns a "w'hite' of CAnL SCKUHZ, except) as a fulntinalion freely boa,t that no unuthem representaal\ )

tI Southern Representatives' from their Hnshing"docunipnt., ( lie: hnd; nothing to from a foreigner nf bad temper, bad man- Live will be admitted 1 during' the 8 tJlh) Con- '\
; D. IlfWusoy. nl Quinc.r. seals and lefcinng their bad bad In Ihe senate not mop than five! .
a Mr. TnoMAS JENKINS, nl Madison.Messts. J claims to a cay against the ,'epOI'of GRANT, but urgently nets, judgment and lepute. aspss: ;
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DREW & OAKLEY, at Jackson. packed Committee/ by ix vote approaching called! for' the rppoilof. GeneralSCItce2 ; -- .---- Republican senalotx to standby the rl'p iltpllt's{ whohavtesolved >.

\ t ills. tin"nintity. who had been sent tljiough. the, COTTON PLANTING ON ,TUB, MISSISirpl policy-not because it .is the President's, 'lj
Mnj. F. C. BARRETT: nt Gainesville. Time Kiiiewdness displayed by STEVENSin A ; ) it i is light Senator Dixon)
: South to inspect and report; upon the condition ? Memphis newspaper nays that hut because' ,
Mr 0. E. JOHNSON, at Mnnlicello '
Mr. 'V. L. STRO- IAN at Cenlieville.. turning the tables on the Piesident! i is of Tail's( in this sectiim. The ie- many Northern men in llmt.vicinity hare expresses It-and they ale Messrs. Co-.
Wisconsin Dix.on
-- characteristic him, and still, we cannot Putt of SciiDRi was commenced) being leased )plantations, and II.l'e" engaging in wan, of, of Connecticut Pa; Dooliule.of, Nye, (,f Nfvmla;i and

t Borrowed and not Returned. say that the point is not fairly enough lead, but on account ofiLsI'nglh de the culture of c6tton As the ) General ptopably, Harris, of New York. Senator

First, Volume Wendell's B'ncUftonc'n! CommentnrlcK. made. He says, "the President: :' after: fe11'ec1'to bo p;inted. The zeal of SUMXER Goteiiimpnt has taken upon itself! the Tinnibull,' 'of Illinois: wn'generalbyrank-.
My name In on the buck. The per slating in his able m'ssnge' theory, manifi'stpd in his desire' 'to have it task of repairing the levees along the ed as a consetvative, but the )political
having ibis book will oMIao mo by leaving It ; complexion of the Illinois lepi-Iitnre! before s
ron which IWII ever, is found( to be impiacll-- lead, argued the character of the document Mississippi) a large amount of land uncultivated .
nt thin' office. Also First Vol. Cphnm'u Mental! which he is a cnndmnte for Senato.Ilal
riilloeophy. ALPO, let, 2.1 I, ail 1 nnd 4lh Voln. Dick- cable! nnd which I believe" vcty few row' ., Our, Northern I'xchangeRhn"e not this year will be planted the ,election' is such as to compel hi u ,

,'n.' work, rptprnon'iedition. Aloe, Island 3d consider tenable, i tefeis the I\'hO'E' matterof published it In full, but from: the Savannah next to become n t'adical. 'The Illinois Republicans

Vola ITumi-'K History, of Knglnml. An> 1'rr.on ( icstoiation) to the judgment ,of,.Con- Herald, we get a synopsis sufficient; ( to ---- .. -. -- -' hive, !however, no fniih in him md .
of the above books will dome h favor openly declnie" that he will\ IIP suspendedin )
hawing Rny giess. If Congress should! fail firmly idea of : Ilnilroatls and '
give us an the character of there' 11101lsc.: either Gen. Logan
the 01'
by returning!! them to tlilB office. I senate by
I:. A, HART.rir and wisely to dischatg e that high duty pot t. The House of Re.jtpspntatixe; ?, on the the present Governor of Illinois. So
it is not the fault of the Ple idenl." k J much for sacrifice of piinciple for position
This Gen Send ist f\ fit "icptesentatiioof ) 21st tilt )passed the bill intioduced 'IJ l yMr a )
A Government Sale of hordes and And old: THAD. intends that it shall not the SUMNER, ,SinVEXs roil Wnsos I : Washbtiiiie of Illinois, "to facilitate, Mr.) :";Rajmoml oi Ihe New Hlel''lIs'COI1-York, lias.Ihoioughly "'

mules will be made In this city on Saturday I, be the fault of himself nnd his followersif school The mean malignity, that shown I postal commci! :cial and Inilita 'J' comnin i cusplailoim lepudiated, has i enounced t the discipline'

next. the Southern people' do not find the itself in all he Knjs.and! does jowaidlhe( mention between the), States," which pro, that made him bow lo ..the1'\ ladicol piogiamme "!'
> next four years a hauler load to travel South, Is till; nnaoly in Cdiittast with the \idesthate\etyinilioad hall and on the ie a'semlilmg of

Cooler ,,'cather.A than tile four years of the rc\eJion\, : First candor and magnanimity of the soldier, henceforth ,be anlltot. /<'I1 conqmnj to tintispmttfiails President Congress, (trod ill lend the ,,11'cotisri\aiives.ill snppnrll of lie the /I

change of winl northward Thursday he designs to exclude the South from readmission I GnA:>'r./ Aicni'lin. to tho Kow Yotk and )passengers and freightbetttren will, probably be, I
,, night! rought us .a welcome change Into the Union and representation Comma'Hal, says the Saiatuait IfcralJ, any two Slates of the Union, any attempt conset value. llepublican\ me in bets of |

In the weather. On yesterday rooming a in Congress mjw and OI'el'elmore ; G '!n. Sell,1 rz tpgicts tl.atlha cxticntp re- \ uf'a Slate to create (''I' )perpetuate a tiionopoly the house. '

thin coating of Ice might!,: have been seen and secondly, he propos to levy an export qniiPtnpiitH! of his. jinity' were not jitoinpt-' ;\ of such tran ptJ'ltatiun io the contrary i Washington correspondent" of the[ *

at sunrise, on water standing in the duty of ten cents per pound on cotton I ly eifoicpd: upon the South 'in, tlin, mow: notlilh\ tnllllillt. N. Y. Commercial Adv'PI liter, willing on

t streets\ and ditches, and fires were comfortable -which, he thinks, would bring the tnent of their disastinn* defeat. Thru hp .The New V'oik Tribune, noticing! the), tile :21st! says :

; but the weather is now moderating Southern people to a realizing! sense of says : "Tho, public mind v ns siyd.'Spondeii"\ action, of tho ,House on t'' is nieasitte, That the number, of Senitnrsnml: Rpipsentatives "*-

apidly. their sad, condition, II.lId'c' think so, too that if leailmission, At CDIIIP fnlmi' day, .saws ;president" Johncon who will in ranviiij(',,-(IpNllle out with his

I. but ate not much alarmed by his menaces tinder wiiilpvei condiiion, hnil 1 i Ippnpromjsed "'Wehnvp but, n faint hope" that, this bill polity, i is iiiciensing diflv.iH i Kinnn to

City Council.The nor fearful of the success of his plans ilwoiild then lm\e\ been 1,0).111\1') .l \ will pass the :crenate Tlie Camden" and lie, a fact. And there) .mo indlcatiiini

new City Council organised on beyond the expiration of HIP present Congiesn. nn as a favor The "most 1II1''oml'l'Ol1lis'Ing \llIlIor Comp.un;' .ilmie can filf-iid' lo pay that [the joint committee" on t nsttue-'' : l
tt quarter of 11 million donuts! to defeat iynmil tion, whil'h'a to Jinve I reporteda, territorial -
evening by the election of the At no veiy distant day the ''betlettime" ( cbrls piepatcil foi I' len villI: thp conntty. ; thi
Wednesday try 5 coh'-idoi I that sums amply so Eli! form of govpinmrnt' for /tJouih-:: ,
following, named officers : will come, justice will be done The masses remained! i i. a state .offoTful cielit." PHI Sr'ntl'sl'iJ) now slniplv: flnllld 1'1'0/,1'1'/, ,
to the South, and the Union: lanld.. ,;"" (.... ,.. ....... "..,;.." ..f1lJ. "..,,, ... "
Marshal-SAMUEL QOAILE.. will! bo *e. e\ppclaiicj.! -'-'-' ------ -- Jim -i-n'M JIM unM ''i,* win ni-
; ; i;; ,
tore !. Until ciiated i negio; and setuiina lojal 1
Clerk' and Tieasurer-CnAs. HoTcn1XSOK. tiiat time we can wait, if He thi.iks] the foibeiinnc" nod. magna;: Crx.Too.tns.-1'he Columbus I'nquir/ | Senators and "
men as lleptesentativvs.
necessary, and shall! ask no' favors of n'mitj! 'o! the Piesident, ha.oiiivpiicd hope ci' sajs u geutlemau nf that city hat received -

I I City Surveyor-II. S. DDVAL. TIIAD. STETEI and his tools and pimpsin and confidence' in the, minds of the.Southern a l letter front lion Ili] Toombs, A Scrap of War /ESistoiy. '

... or out of Congress.A !people' who n ill alit now bens willnjr: dateil Havasm: Dec" "21. :Mi.[ looinhs; 'I ,

Large Auction Sale. lo concede all that IIP would; ieqi.lie.: of was in good[ health, and was highly') The following! )passage is from the '

We call attention to the auction sale Rill to liaise a llevcrstie them Ihe.r; would have: been )hail the demand )pleased> with Cuba Mrs Tootiibs had frthcllIIing'Olll'nlP. ,of Pollard's SuHh-

advertised by Mr. Tnos. L. WUITLOCK, of For the State was repotted in HIP Senate been, ui,Je im ,. edhtely I afterr the, joined him em liluoiy" of "The, Fourth Year ol tbeWal'

Madison. Persons desiiing any of the on yesterday, by Ihe Committee on sttitender of LEE and Jonsr1x( GHII.Scurng --.- -- : ,
Taxation. IPf,"" Tiousli the), iii\entioii of Gene. There cnn1 b" no doubt, in his'orv1
articles lobe sold, 'would do well to at Its provisions are stringent, and linsnoinlsgM:igsns to his sunder!
tend.ri'he valuable plantation is also for if the bill becomes a III 1Florida will standing of the piinittttcr), of the Soul hot n nil Giant, neatly all the civilians confliifd that Gen.. Lee, in taking his at: toy aura)' ,
: frnin Ridimond 1I11111'tI'ISIIII'g. )mil, decided
in !ious Stale
v ai under
have piiions, sen
lent. sufficient revenue if the amount )people he thus, classifies : 1 in his own mind. upon the, !iP.lessness |, .
required is in the State. TIll first sec- Fi st'hosehi although: lining tet.cmof com t martial: and military: comt.iisiotiS of the war, nnd Inch :picileiettimed
Negroes in Florida.The lion of the bill provides I that every male yielded sulinii-.sivp/ tlie ;N'a'tun.il Goveinmeut hire been "rdcl'otIIU be I'pleased. : I its suit eudcr.! Tlie sinking )pi'nut\ of '
following item of intelligence Is of !inlln taut between the only w'Len obliged! to do s.>, haven this is, that tm his retreat lime wnsnomdei
of 21
ages and 55 clear peiceptinr; "t the nipversijili-, -.------- )published: ngaitf-t stiauglciiaoaIh'ng !
no little interest \ importance to our pears, shall pay !a yearly: capitation lax changes, i\,'nducpil l by the war, and lion MRS GEl LEC.-A lot of handsome unprPCedeutedln] all deliberate aid

people. It is a Washington item and appears of three dollars, and if not paid, the Tax ('blh'l'lIiraYor to ticcnmimiilau; tliemsulved furniture!t twenty one pieces in nil arrived siijiegeltc tetie.us, nod i.ollntig nha'ever:
in the Telegt aphis report of. the Collector is authorized to seize the to the new 'older" ot things:: : done to tiM'nlninlhe! discipline.; Tha m'1)'
body I in Richmond Mondiy: : for Mis[ I Gen were not animated' h)' the ot .
Second Those style gtniordets
whose prh'Ilil \-
Columbus Sun : of the | objectis
JphiKj'ucnt! and liite. him out, after to have the Stales without delay restored It. K. Lee, This i is a tin to that distinguished rnl! usual cuts such occasions. Tiny J

The census'of of Florida 18 3"givE's as (0,3,000..4 the negro Since five days public notice, before, the door. to their .iinsiiiiin. and IniiinMre:] ri irginU: lady front the ladies of 'aanled! and dc',erted, nl will An ides

population that time it has increased, as asceitained of the Court_ House, to any one..who will I thin Un'on, mid the people' of t'n States lolha Baltimore inn through the Viiginia. tt oops that' 'itl
\ the ahandonnieiil of
absolute cdnlinl ,f their the
> home war
the tax and acid ci nceins. -
the FI'eedmell'sllureau pay costs take him -- .- -
from lepoits of Into -
are; was hopeless, and they would] IIP' :
Thev rondo in miler 'nt- justified
to !
C r V Hun. :M. 11. McULisTrn U. Si '
to'abo'e JOO 000. his service
for the shortest ,
pet iotl of time, tnm that ,object. lo'malve! any ostensible. in refusing to light outride the limits wf
r O &c." &1"" All real estate, capital, investments concessions I will > noi, prevent' I them Judge< fir California, died. in Sun Francisco !their' own Stale. Nothing! was dune to'
I Judicial Appointments. of every kind, all' kinds of pioperly ) fiom! nilanding t to suit their tate as soon on the pith till. He was a 1 piotii!, check! the lJ"I"'I'ii'u' diuihti of this, '
On yesterday, Governor AVALKER sent I whatsoever, and lawyers, physicians, as that object is'nf.nii'ed.: nenl; member nf Ihe', Savannah Dar up) to not ilOlI jn the iiiniy. The' Yitginia' lun I to the Senate the name of CUARLES II.DcPos hotel 'l'llird-1'he incotiigiblps who) ht.ll. in. 1850;> 'and 111'11.-1 a, native of Savannah. on to their lunnes, at almosteveiy
keepers, liquor deulcis '
&c" &c" mile of the
clulgo in the swaggor! which was so cttsloniaiy route.'e hive seen I
>!, of Gadsden county; for Chief are to Le taxed at a uniform rate. The before nnd dining the, war' and 1 that Picketl] was !left with only Ill handful :
Justice, and A. MAXWELL: of Esc m" i l last: section provides, for tile repeal of the still; hope f-u a lime when the So I'ipiiiConfedoi 6-r nicpiiiii2) the Piesi'lenl's! poli- of men. Some of the biigad'e oommnn. .
Ma county, and JAMES ''M.: BAKER, of ad valorem system of taxation established icy will achieve its 1 indepen cv, the New fork Post says : "It I is ch-at lieu I s had 1l1l1l hesitated to advise their/!
Columbia county for Associate Justices of in deuce This ,c'a'! !>s r, consists m'JHlly i ot that he has no feats of the future., and hi< men thitt the war uj.s viitnallv over, and
1855. This bill, or something; akin tit young men, and compiises the lotieteis that they had belter go home and "make
the Supreme Court The nominations practical! doll1 will[ doubtless have itseffect
is pretty sine to )pass Legislature at of the towns and the idlers, ol the LUUIItrv. crops
were confirmed, by a unanimous vote. the present seM ion. ..!. _, upon,Congi!; !!"S." But there am! other )proofs, besides i [the .
Judge DcPoM has held the position of ._- 1'Olll'tl1.-1'I1O> ninllllniie' of persons who ------- I on:jssiou ;of the meaMiips a':!imst!. sti'aaglmg '
Chief Justice for several years, the du THE SOUTH CAROLIAA AND CENTRAL have no definite ideas about the!: ijicutnsUncps C37* The) Columbus Sun slates that usual on retreats, that Ucti Lee hindpresised *'
under which they live and about 11 siiiietider of. his'anni. He
ties of which he has discharged WiLl great t RAILROADS-The trains, says the Augusta Genera) John n, Goidon will settle III taiiied ot)' flout. 4|
llm course theyae\\ to illutv)) ; whose intcllecitsaie PitPtsbiiig I and I
ability ; end we be'love he possesses the Constitutionalist me tint ,1 junning weak bill wlmse prpjnihc Brunswick! Goo'tgia, and enjpg in the Richniond a'l' the transpnrlati,
until confidence of the people and yes. daily on, the Augusta branch of the Cential and impulses aie, strung, and who are ai'l Inmbei hn iile''s, atni.v, sufficient, petlups' (fur< 100000 '

p.ct of the legal )profession, both I ia; a per. railroad, leaving Augusta at, C in the tobecaiiied along bv those wto know . men: ceiiainlv laigely in t-xcessot' !iheacluil -
how needs of the
'lo appeal lo the latter. lelieiit. The excessive! 'e
tonal. and official capacity Mr. MAX morning, connecting with a line of hacks E.1r No less than fully propositions( number\ of. Yiiginia tioops who weie ,
WELL is a leading member of the Bar, and limning between Lnmpkiii and station: six 4'1 1 of these classps, he says, are agreed have been made in both, Houses of Cm to drop| out of the tanks and, )permitted letuin -

Mr BAKER was formerly Judge of the and a half. The staging on this ,load.isnow i that farther resistance to the power of tress: to amend the Constitution of the to their homes, shown very" well lhat
the National Government i is useless and, there was no firm )putpnt 10 can! v the
Suwannee Circuit. In 18G2 these tivo reduced to twenty-tuo miles, and the United ,Stiles' ; ;
submission; war out of the limits of thai Sla'le.
gentlemen were chosen by the Legislature Havel is, now by daylight instead 'of by i to its aiithoiity a nutter m -al.C. Prisoners taken on the'retreat invariably-

to represent our State In' the Confederate night Persons leaving A uggsta at 6 a. m", necessity.. All motempiits in fnl'oof\ ? Secretary SEW'Anrand his son reported that the\ array 11'11. soon to be

States Senate. They are now' arrive i in Savannah at 10.15 )p, m. The sepaiation from time Union bate, thin fu. have started on a voyage::: to the South hailed for a sntieiidfi: ; and Gen Cuslis

t') fill the places on the Supreme Court fare from Savannah to Augusta Is S)2liO, fore f been practically abiindoneil, and te- ALIT:utic Ocean, for the benefit'oftheir; i Lee gal to vyhen have captured nude the by same the enemy leve'laiiun, Is olle.of .

Bench made vacant, by the Untimely After the ht of Januaiy duly tiains sistance to the military: forces, on that health. his falhei. designs 'j

daath 'of Hon. WILLIAM A. FORWARD, willlpnveon the Augusta bianch of tho score, has ceased The General th'nks' Tf f
South Carolina railroad that this kind of loyalty, ''piodured by B3? The Provisional Goveinors of the ,
and the election of Judge WALKER to connecting with The Two Ociiorals-iii-Clilef.
the Gubernatorial office. The reputation the hacks at Johnson's ..Tnl'llOutIJich; the! h'tesKiible piessiiie of force," is lIe Simlhei of States have all been paid at the 'Gen. LEE may be seen every day quietly

which Messrs. MAXWELL and BAKER leave> after the animal'of each (train, cidelyof a ,'negaliye character," and by tale $3,000 per annum. Gov. Johuson's ; I waiting! to his& duties at tile college

have acquired in the! service of the public for Midway, where they !arrive in lime to Ihe application of a "similar nieslsiiblqpiessmeof share amounted, .tu $1,000 at Lexington, Ya., or taking: nn evening
forces,'.' wOllld extort ( tile. on his, i famous lion g"H" )'. lIe has
that will meet the train for Cliai lesion ruin the
is ample guarantee they next
an mol'11'Ing CAMP DOU LAS.-l\Ir. E, S, Jordan ad. been boarding at the hotel' but his 'house
prove worthy of the high trust: now re The train fl'limugu ta will leave subjugated more: people of the South some vet tiles to furnish information as to all is now being fitted up) In suitable style for .1
the Governor and daily at 3 thing positive-in other words, any the of his ,
yised in Item 1'y Legislature. p. m. prisoners of war who died in Camp Doug. reception family. E* Gnvein- i
I --- condition that the madness of fanaticismmay las. 1113 address I ia box 048 Chicago or Letcher may be daily seen in i whir|,
W A I letter front Mobile makes serious impose. It ia to be hoped thai Gen. streets, quietly smokin, his pipe, and talking
I charges! against government' cotton Scuunz's so diff'icnt in' 111. ,. with\ his old! friends and neiuhbois. ;
Tan PRINTERS ,FOREVER !I-We drop report, tone and The burning of his house and furniture ,
ped into our press and composition looms,, agents in ,the ,South, It asserts that spiiit from that of Gen GRANT, \III I be taken ALL QUIET',-The city is and has been Gen Hunter was Serious/ Joss to him by,

says the Mobile Times of? the 20th, and let many agents seize private cotton on by the friends of reconstruction in I beep) very quiet ducmg the week-. but he is making a comfortable support

r i. our boys know that the widow and child charge of its'being Confederate prop/ : Congress:.: for what it is worth i Tlieie has been here very few negroes in by the practice of his piof-Msion, .
erty, and: appropriate It to their /ScuuRZ companson) / with the numbers here in pre.years. Gen OR4I>T'S' pay as Lieutenant GBR. 5 '
of the great; and good Stonewall Jackson own usa. is 'a fOI'liglle.Pl'llsllIn. The
t v ions large
niajptity eral '
amounts to $?,_10
/ per annum With. 4c
were destitute.*hen the boys, every o lei It also bays. that of the one hundred and and was the! led of the Ge'nrin, league anxious and willing to make contracts for a house at Galena, one in Philadelphia. '

i .of whom represents battlefield, unanimously twenty thousand bales! of Confederate that gave that vote to LINCOLN in I860, the cumin: year. For field hands the av. and another in Washington, we don't see, ;s ''
government cotton rendered I by General etngeiates; for men are $1O per month how he manages to make bush ends J
decided that "pne day's work and elected him It is not a very agreeable! i meet. x

should be set aside for tho widow and or. Dick. Taylor to, General) Canb)', scat ce-' i reflection' to the people of tho South thai ploverto for women furnish and I boys food $and U to ma$8;:lieal the enj attention I me,especially foitv five when cents wea leiuember dozen, and that I> eggs, *4 f}

child of that great American." ly ten thousand bales have been or this! is misiepreseniiuj then to be subsitucted utter
paan Result ever man : in an wages for lost bout fifty cents a pound' There I is only '
I -:One hundred and tea dollars placedin will be received by the National Govern. I official capacity, with the '\iewof influencing Lillie Good cooks an J washers command me way to account for it'. hind that is, JHi

tb''b'uds ofa ComralUee. I 'men!, the tetuainder having: been stolen I the Government to a'' harsher $12 per month, and ofteq higher 1 '*. Giant must be an economical house. Ii 1 -
I j wages.Colvnrhrts.'u', 3(11"( Ieeper.-.Sat'ettiA JltraM, \" 1 t
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BY TELEGRAPH. PROCEEDINGS? OP.TKB LECISLATUUE. Queen Victoria Is goin: t lo 'open1. the Now Goods! New Goods! McKIBBIN & ALLENHAVE

next Parliament! in person. She ,will nn .
'- "' nottucp to hoc faithful Commons that '
The, President's New Year's SENATE.TIIURSDAY Pimco, Alfred is of nae'niidthat Princess 1 '
I..cvcc.WASHISOTOY January: : 4th., 1800. Helena !is to be married at Easter: to NEW NOW IN STORM )
Jan. Notwithstanding Ti'inca Chi'1st1. ian of Atfeustenburg ; and
: Senate met-a quorum ptosent. ,
( the till ask for llipt/eedriil 'ovision -, .
the disagrppable stale of Ihe wenther i -
yes office in Escambin Du.
" teiday, the (first levee o;:President John val Nominations\ and Jefferson to Anilities by tho Governor For Piince Alfred 13,000; year will be Th+ Largest and HandsomestASSORTMENT

son was l.iraely: nttpIHI \1. The foreign: were confirmed. .. proposed, and for the Piinccss Helena M. A. Dzialynski 4 ,

Ministprs, members of the Cabinet, and Several repoilseie made by Committees 8,000 a, year After Prince Alfred succeeds
tjther ptominent civil cfficeis, together to lils( Gei-nUn: dukedom, half of his OF '

with Senntoisnnd Rep,eseitntles, were DltLs. PA
,received) first l; after which, offlceis of the to negotiate a lonn for the State. < of his cliildieu. The good Queen hasa

111'111nileI' ':.avy and marine corps, followed : To establish records of Bradford county sharp for business. RECEIVING:: DRY G(50D.'S
by cithiPiis. paid their ipspects. 'Gen. .

'GI'ant'alld staff ere plpspnt, and consplenous Preamble and iesolution in relation: to entered A( FncRDtfAx's gentleman's IDEA.-A slote negro man. I A Well Selected Stock of. Goods, t "j *
a !; jesleiday."Had ,
in the ciowd. The marine hand
Lice Fiecdmen's! Bureau. ,
11,1 I I understand
you said) thegplltCIl1IlIl.
'discoursed' pleasant music. The the public House resolution concerning colored "Y es sail! 'bout my wife" EVER OFFERED FOR! SALE IX FLO-
closed business
departments ere CONSISTING OF ,
troops. "Don't you know you cans quit your RID.Consisting.\
generally suspended. ,
Bill for relief of Louis Lanier.A .
!"; wife whenever you please 1"Yes Fah,
New York Market, communication was received from but mossa frccdmcn's, hero always blow-

'J r'!, NEW YORK, Jan. 2.-Cotton quoted at the Governor, nominating Chides! A. Du- in' 'bout do contract ; so I took de old Dry Goods

,4 62 to 53c; naval stores dull; spirits of tut- Pont for Chief Justice! and A E, Mix- woman for six mnnlhq-can't stand one in part of

]"'tine, 1.0. well and James M. Baker for Associate wife longer dan lat time, so I gits anoth
Justices of the Court. Brown and Bleached
e Later from Mexico and> the ( er. -Columbus Sun ,
Mr. DI evad( moved that the noiriina-- Boots and Shoes -
f' West Indies. lion of Chales II. DuPont be conflirned.-..< STATE ItoAD 'I'nAI1'S-TIe, night trains ,

.: NEW YORK Dec 28.-Advices from the vole wag, yeas 23, nays none. have been discontinued, nnd the day Jaconct, i

'Vera Cmto the IGth, by way of Havana ;II'. Abel'Cl'OmbieI1nvpI'lhat tie nomination uaiiiN make regular hips from Chattanooga OL.i 0 TI-3: : gN'G t
: me teceived. of A. lj Maxwell be continued to Atlanta, being delayed an houror Cambric, and"l

\ ,;i It is repotted that the Imperial troops the vote was, yens 23, nays none. two at the Oostanaula, Etowalt and LATEST STYLES OF

'ff'11ave again; occupied the city of Chihuahua Mr, FiiieQan moved that the nomination Chattanooga t'h'I'I'S-JlilCOII Tilryrajih, "d.l"g" 1 Swiss Muslins
.1: and that they were in possession of ofJanes\I. Baker be conflimed-the. .

Piedios, : elfls. A i.umber of accounts was, yeas 26, Oayb none. A gentleman: fiom Texas says that Ladies and Gentlemen's ...Hats,
i.f additional reverses to the Republicans 'Ordered that the confirmations! [ cor- ; it is not known what, has become of Senator Canton. Flanuc ,
in the itiiriior are received, the most im- titled to the Governor, and the Injunction Wigfall. It's considered certain that

portatttof which is one announcing that of sectesy reutovedd.Adjuurued. he h rs not crossed ll,* State into Mexico ; HOSIERY, &C. Tickings,
""the army of G.en Lscohado hid been at- I if In the United Stales, his locality i.s a .. v .

And ticked, utterly smile touted,distance, and from that Montney Hsco' ado HOUSE. secret., Mary believe__ __he.. .is dead. Which he offers on low terms for;CASII Blankets: ,''.,. .\ '

The House met-a quorum ptesont.Messrs or COTTON.
i himself h d escaped with an escort u: lIl'olca'I'pn dall'lol'ing: PAST Osi:.-Mr. Eonnor, the pro- '

i, 'only. twenty. Escobado men.Gen. claims that he drove I Wills and Fife, were appointed n Commit prietor of tho N. Y. L' Jgor, and of Harvard's Old Stan Cloths and \\I

:Maximilian's men out of the city and lee on importation of labor j lo net witha arumlier of very costly nnd very Dec. 14, 1805-:3m .
.J fiat he subsequently held I it against. a himih.r Senate ID.-'I'o Committee.alter the mode ,of fast trottors, has bought, it is Cassimercs.
BILL SOUTIfilfiiX1 011T
i Ktuing' iright attack, indicting n !>"I'e'e selling School and Seminary Lund\ known, the famous trotter, i'roiiT i ,

: I".q on the enemy in killed, wounded Auburn N. Y., whom it is : AND ,
A bill lo ]prevent hiceny.In propos
and piiiners while his.
own casualties '
il;, <'m'''''e'VI'I'V lijht. elation to conn'nuts of colored. per ed to call "l\>er: ," so as to go with IMPORT COMPANY. Ladies' Dress Goods

The cholera; was still raging in the Is- sons.To his famous, trotting mare, "Peer-

land Quadaloupe with considerable Art J punish vagrants! and rannhoniKIn IN!!!." Tie paid $13,000, cash down,
relation to judicial, : pioeiedingS and COMPA1VV IB and
now nufnnl/od we
-veiii .
.oj ) appointinent of I forces fur this house, which; in public, has Tins lrt'r\ur" to nmko liberal udxtuiccb! ou French Merinos, ..

7 foitc-i1 From Eciropr. To prescribe Addiiioiinl penalties for made his mile in 2:28 34.

cnnimis-.ion of offences naiinsi% the State. Cotton and other Produce '
English HJerinos
FURTHER ADVANCE IN COTTON.N For the relief! uf the Secretary of the A ilclcgate from Missouri has pre ,

I\W YORK, Dec. :SO.-The steamer -- State Convettiun.To < sented a petition, as appointed }bv- coimltfned to our.\acnU In Lherpool. The present -

lies a:il"'ed, bringing: Lueipool dates to repeal tret of Feb. 8th, 18G1, lela- Legislature: of that State for the par- \alu. of Cotton In IJii-rpdol lo front, CO to 54 Alpacas
Poutsper 11.ulld fiirjtoml Upl.unl% Cotton nnd from
the 17lh hist. live to pleadings, and practice, in lIlt dOll of JdF. Davis. No foi'mall'eply.Dr SO to $1.3201'1. fur yond limit Cotton In Gold.Vu .-
CO'I'1'nsale' of the week 8',000) Conits-yeas 23: nays 13.: \ \\ iil\aiico oiiC'lidlf value In loll ur lid
bales, 31000 of which welt taken by ?Tr. Peden .olt'eied a I lesolnlion of Blair, one of tbe most! respected vqiitviili-ni onrroiipy, French and English Poplins,
Wo solicit odors fur auoddfrom ttio ]MerchnntBnml
t speculators' and The llinnks Major,' Geneial Foster which "
exporters: sales of to citizens of Corinth, Mississippi 1'1111111'''. The .1I'lell..1 t nttontton )paid 10 the
;\ Satnrdty amounted" to 10,000 bales.Tlieie .- was adopted unanimously.! Adjourned. most smallest! oidcia for gooolo (,rout J "igliunl, Franco Poil de Ch.ee yers
was lately
: brutally ,
;J was an adrai re cf 1 4d on the and Qutinanv.JIIUUAUD.

I: work's business\ the niaiket] closing firm. SENATE. by negro soldiers, while under F FLOYD Jackioii\lllu), Tnjutilont, Floifda.I' Plain and

Stock on h md, 3:>0,000 bales, including FRIDAY, Januaiy 5th, 1SCC. nriest. :. T. PAINE, Agent, Lhrrnoill' Kiigliuul. Fancy
130000: Airier I-III1. .1. 'I' liKHNAnn, Ag lIt, 'I'ulnllll..oo\( Fu,. .
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F1xAxC1AL-'n' Senate met-a quotum present. lil--lm' : All'

f' at Gl l-l a (01 3 4 ;twenties c..ns.ils S"were 3-8.quoted Pi reports ayor; by were the Chaplain received from' seveialcominitlees. [1tW ci\x1n xt'.t: '; mf3r! P B, BROKAW'S Wool

,1", BAI.IIMOIU, Dee 30.-Hon. Henry
,- -- ---- Delaines
Davis died here today of 1
," % pneuiimnia. BILLS PARSED.-To authorize executois AiJCTO! N CYALEI LIVERY AND SALE

New YORK, Dec. 27,-Despatch's from adniinistiatots, linsteen and guardians American Delaines, I i
for the (tire, of lalioio-s,
,it Wasliiiiuton contract '
say the I're-idertt i isptepar-',
'\ and coiifliming contracts luielofoieniado ti'ILr "SKLF' 'TOTinr; IIJ( UD' '"
; hug has
or I piepaied a leply to a r tesolu- I Stables fIfif
Intltlir, mi tho 1 nth day of Jiiitinry, Ifctltl, ut Fancy Silks,
;tt tine of uiiii ,t why Jell': Davis has not been biounht to To aiilhotirethe ct'untyof Duval to
trial.! The sioirnd taken will embrace, issue bonds for purpose' therein s'::tpd.Tit 2,000 bushels of Corn, In great variety.
legal diffii iiltK" heretofore locate the site: of Ia.lnt"e couniy.To TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ,
: s aniiounced as
In the way of c I'illI'i/11 appoint a pilot at Cedar: -KeysTo 14 No. Mules: hnvv1s'.AT
pstahlfh and oipan' -ALSO- runtx'
y:, WASIIIXOI-, Dec. 2D-Capt. Semmes Court. a ConntyCtini'ual 10,000 Ibs.: of Pork,
has arlived, here from
New Orleans in .
custody of Lieutenant Fiench House lesoliitlon; of t.hanlcs to Major head fine Stock CARS AGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS ALL PRICES.
of the Ma- 125 Hogs,
.. i
General Foster! was le.id a second and ,
riue Cusp.a'!:-d is at prevent' at the lIinYal'l \')' AM iAK\iSS I FOR SALC.rulliiliiiBme .
!. The con, t lo try him Is not pie third, time, and passed. 130 ]head Stock Cattle, among the Nov 9,180lfEmporium ;
?I r. Abeicioinliie intioduced a bill to

-, paiel.Georgetoun: following the example: of raise a, Revenue be for the State, which wasoide'ieil number of Varieties.. Cloths and Cassimercs
lo piinled.
Washington opened the polls yesterday 50 Milch( Cows, '
Several noiniiiaiions to office ,
,I. to test ih. sense of the citizens ou the weie received IN GREAT VARIETY.
of funii the Goveinor. and conUnuod.Adjiiuiuud. Fodder -
F subject negro suffrage Of over eighteen ::: 25,000 Ibs. c'
.!' hundred, votes cast, only one was in Wffl. P.T $1JtJSSER HATS AND CAPS, "
.' favor of thus' ex'ending: tie f'anchi' e. 15,000 sheaf Oats, >
.1 The pardon' business appears to have HOUSE.::! :: r TV. Ij Ij yV II ASS 1C K. IT'JjA.; '

'r4 waned .consideiably, and Ci>ni>equently The lions met-a qiioinm( present. 100 bushels Rye, BOOTS AND SHOES, ;. ,

r the executive ollice/ is ho lot. net' thrones Prayer by the Chaplain. 20 banks Potatoes: Copper, Tin and u I:

ed daily by lepentant lebels. A communication tiwm Iluah A (Jotley, SHEET IRON MANUFACTURER HARDWARE,
: An ed'-il wus iinide to-day lo procure Register! lelalive to hoid'and, Seniinaiy 40 bushels Ground Peas, .

.' the leU-a-e <.1' \Dr. GII III, who is still confined lands and funds &c., &.c,, wa recciv- ,
\ at b'oit Jacksoil. The matter wascorihideied ed-referrac: j to Committee on Schools 500 bushels Long Cotton Seed, BEALEU IX CROCKERY,

1 in Cabinet and Colleges. .- ,
"1 meeting jesleiday '
and it was decided not to grant a release The bill to provide for) a revision and 1 McCarthy Gin, English, French and Domestic Tin Ware: &c, &c.

'\ at pi esent.The digest of the laws was passed-yeas 25: Sugar Mill and Kettles, Goods, "4I1r.'

.i Smith Carolinian unys : "Gen. trays 12. .
!J McGow, our innniber( of Congress, el. ct, A 1 lesolnlion! to levise the practice 1 complete set Blacksmith tools, Plain & Ware
Fancy Japanned
went as fur as Columbia, on his way to and pleadings!; of the Courts was passed ,
Washington, and returned He received attar iinoiisly.' 100 gal copper Still, entirely new, G-a..OOEEt.ZES...

J a dispatch troni the President to s ay at I. A lesoluiiou in elation to adjouinraent 2 large Iron Axel Wagons, STOVE IIEAD UADTi EFS.. FLOUR"
:t hum for the pi'"sent." was put upon its passage dnd lost. Adjoin .

'i WASHINGTON, \Dec 25,-The Southein : 'ned. t' 1 horse-cart, A large and handsome vaitety of

members held a caucus on Wednesday --.. SUGAR, \

",. evening, Dec. 20th. and tesolxed to go to EDITnnlAL YALcmcioRY. following 12 barrels Syrup, COOKING STOVES
then homes and remain until larch 4th ,
nt any I lute.On : fjievrell address of a Western edi- And the Plantation outfit. TOBACCO, &o., &c.

tor to his leader is not a bad hit at Combining/ <<
the succeeding day the
"., Secretaryof Ittnled Int the same limo the Plnntallnn eon
Slate, coineisaiion, with Senator:! what Is called freedom of thi preys: tu'nint tWO noren of open littrtl. Thin Olin hIt t fl'''. Powder, Shot and Percussion
.' of YI' gillla said that, llie Southei toil tier privately up to tliu loth Instant after
; Segtir, AIR-TIGHT
"The undersigned letj'es flout the editorial i- which time I.' ghcst bidder.TH03. .
ei'n members would all be admitted on Caps.
chair with complete conviction: that L. WHITLOCK.jin BOX AND
the reopening of the session, and '
leques- all is vanity. 'l'ol11the hour lit* startedhis '
'rt' ted Mr. Segur lo return by that tlllle, ;.IfI paper to the present time, he has been : 4, isne- PARLOR COOKING STOVES
I 4t.LOST. All tiiimued in and durable
lie left the capital. a neat nmii-
solicited to lie given
The Secietaiy: gave\ no reason or foundation and can't remember upon ever every having subject told a :, ner. They can be shipped to any part of Wines & Liquors
for his assertion, but said it might wholesome tiiilh without diminishing his ON* th' nlht..r the 14th of tact month, a La. the country with perfect safety. STOVE ,
be relied .-.' (iota Itruct-let with II\v topaz seta rjl'KSnnd ELBOWS conltantly on hnnd.
upon. > subscription: list, or making an enemy. hi 11-olio Inriiu one In the/ cunlro niul four mniUIvr '
tinder these circumstances of trial, and aura 1'1110.,111I'01111'1 IL-" mnull cull, chain nt- Out-door woik-1'in Hootin, 0nttei- The largest Stock in the State
The flnUer will bo down Ornamental ,
t.iLhoil tliu olunp/ liberally ing Pipes, House
cgIL is estimated that dining the ha ring a thOI'On211coutcmpL for himself reunrdod liy letting! il nt this ullloo, Heads, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead.
he retires In order to recruit his moraj
11. rebellion upwards of 200,000,000 bales of constitution," j WShop; work of every description CONSISTING OF

cotton and 30 000 boxes of tobacco were J.- 3tWANTED. done on short notice
. Imul! 'ed the Confederacy an TEACHER to take -'ohllrjo of a' School of ,
immense amount of munitions of a:7: The Supreme Court of Louisiana! Jti.fl twenty. 8 h'iUr, ill t1 ii tray, 'h.., on the ITotioaaSJ.WOODKX : : PORT(, SHERRY AND
war has lendeied a decision in a mil of a depositor lint the '<>ii"" uhf l! and 0.UIt., mill way butweuliTiilluiinsHoe WINES COCK-
., smuggled in.Captain. against Jacob Barker, that Cun.fedeale and Qul"cHo mutt be competent WARE, CLARET ,
money deposited with the bnnk- to tiiioh nil the E"III.h( brniicheii, A wuunood WILLOW WARE, .. TAIL AND STOMACH
further" iiiirtlcu-
(O I B.: ) milliter proferr.d.o''r
87 Charlton Moran broth er created no contracts could l Ioe hire, ndilrcM T. B. llUDXALli, TOYS, BITTERS, &c., Sc

er of the late Gl'lIeral.John II; Morgan, I enforced by our courts, that such a contract Dec. 30-4t Midway Fin CHRISTMAS PRESENTS '
was inniried In Baltimore few jays ago, : was contra bates marts, the depositor in Lake Of every description on hand. Call and C&Thewerchants of Florida are respectfully
to Miss Howard, grand'Uaujhterof, Fiunis :, (Intending to give ch dilution, as currency For Sale City. examine before put' Chhlllg elaenhete.Ki.v. requested to examine our stock
Key, author of the "Star Spangled to one of the means by which the JlOrsU with about an acid of 7,1 805-3mw before deciding to purchase in New York
Uanner," rebellion was to be aided, and promoted. AL\RQK the Railroad.. Dupiit-reeuntly DCuiicdu as we will duplicate all bills at New York
The'depositor, therefore, 'could recover
"p" The widow of es-Governor Als- nothing. : and he was dismissed! with.costs. the Preulaee. An nxcelleni bargain ATTORNEY AT LAW freight
cnn be list 'n uf tlil property. W Posilively no good taU at retail.
ton, of South Carolina, si-ter of Hon. J. Petroleum oil product last Apply to Mil-a A, F. Lucas,o.t Jacks jnllie, or
, L. Fetiigru, has opened a school for 17 year at i hi* olllce. MAPISOX, FLORIDA, McKibbiii & Allen.-
,::; young ladies in Meeting street, Charles 2.480,000 barrels, w'ortlj six dollars per hue 13-4t. 'UTIYL rRACTIClt Jof'TIm COURTS or
'" lAke City 'TreM'1 f\tu. topy 4 limn, .nij 'V .ho Middle 11'0"11. .
.. :s leas
ton. al'l'tl.on the spot. this offliM X t&it-tf Dee. -tr
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t ,r alarmed." at, what' ,I.,am s ")' .Remarkable 'Widows.'I BSAUTtFUn[ SN.QW.: Q) it1)J) :DJr g; St@Jr'eJ. '

do not profess to .fpenk' their \ Ynik corresponded Oh I the mow, the beautiful unow, ,

mentc;, nor must they 1,e held as follows : Fitllnif, the ky mill elrIlt'hel"w.! -:' ...!. .
iitrrr lie housHon' the street, :
gpo'tnoViIn for then) : I. speok ;; the Fifth A IIo' over u.eet.Dancin [
)( \ VenUA ;, Over the hmd ur the people you, -I

xnyelf) and take 'the :'''; n (few days ago, I mgt! Fllrttn" tI. ;

and will settle with my .). the Broadway crossing of Bklmmlnc! along DllliG -I. ''IEnIIlI IIES
Hcnittlriil snow I II can il II hn wrnng, I I 1II 1\\
coTiPtitupnta. Tln' is not'a .
:' :', 'the, tall, handsome Klvtiiirt kl. R flair Ind>'0 check 1:1&: _2' I l tJ .

man's povprrment in ,the ) widow of John J. Grit- nlnvinv IViiiiilfiil\ to mnw lip from In n fr the illci heaven.oin
senile in4' which it is used. To I She 'was locking in splen- Pure ns nn align), gutillo na tol l .... .ass -. =" :
to is politicnl) blflf'hemy.| for it : healthras magnificently --- .. ..
Oh I the onow, the lionutlfnl .now,
I vs ''I'lulnniotital pr.npiplpsof and attracted the attention How the fliikvugntliernnd I Uuith an the) go T : T.A.. T J' 1\1.1: ,'"

1 b -in! "I of)Jiberty. Tliia .i b : who did not know her, by \\'lilrllna\ nhiint In ilio inarlilonlni fun,
It pin)'! In lu nice with overy one. ;
N lta ai nmcnt, the povprniiient: allpeat ante. Mrs. Ckaalnir, DRUGGIST &. APOTHECARY;
Lau IIn ,
tnrl o'il-P Not that nil men en is still a \\tpreserved\\ "lIurr)big by I IIt

h r cc.njil i \\ pr and s\\'n" \\ llpbt on the fico: .mill It sparkles the eye I '
And the dugs, nlth n Imrk luid, a bound, TALLAHASSEE FLA.
i,-- ?<'iilei. : I itcutnstnm-es; 'I : had hardly disappeared down i'.up ul tlui crjitiils tluit eddy around' ,

1; t unT :i'uuiied, en'loomt' wO)', before I 'wa* Ml11)\'ised 'The town Is alive, and Us heart In a glow\ 4.4DEALER-..--
l'o welcome1 the coning of b'outlluleno." I
t' ": 1\' \\ II \jn th<- v loiti" another distinguished lady

lir 1 : .-qnol lights: qll the ]pl, \' the opposite direction, go' tow( wild the crowd ffocx !"'R'llIg along, IN-
Ihflllnj each other nap Ii uuor, nnd rung I .
I 'r U y: ,'ib: rrnvetnm'Mitis i innate in ) Filth Avenue. She was not How the go'hce.' like nietitirK flash hy
iii'fuiiiiril; Lein Bright for the moment, thou lout to the eye; FRENCH AND ENGLISH DRUGS
;. no matter \\ ) preserved nor so young, Illuglne, ,

eii.ipe or color! of the a noticeable lady. She Snlnelntr: ,

\ \1,ii'ih, I it.inh I If eqn.il, the wife of D.iniel Web Jrcr the crust nftho 1I1InShey beautiful! snow go;, MEDICINES <* W

!r'v' all I Fifth "''now when It full from the sky, ''*;
were ; .a i ciho As this lady went up : eo pure
I To Iou trampled in 'mini by the crowd rUlhln" 1 y, CHEMICALS ?
I' P- iV< t f ny but'\\Jiite men 1no less distinguished :, 'To bo tr.iinpluil and tracked by the thuunnnda ur

'r/ .-it t to uttice for lotfg down the street in har feet, PAINTS OILS
T.llit btvndi I with tho filth In the horrible elr.ot.nieu .
CU i"1, ., o. Mrs. Gen. Philip Kear DYE-STUFFS,
rl 1 iM'ttpTiidice' I woe pure M the snow-but 1 fell I
| engendered was; magnificient woman WINDOW GLASS
; 'elllke! tho elln\\Il..kel from hra\on to hell; ,
v-'VwobU. i not soon permit to appearance, with much Foil to be trumtiled IK filth In Ihe Street;
Foil to bo "oullfd, to be and bea BRUSHES ANDGr
spit on ;
,to.be. preferred to color. beauty and a good deal I'luudiug, r ,

wOllld s ill he beneficial to the artificial. Gen. Kearney, 1..1.111.: ." alE t TT5 215 9
Lleallntto! die; j&. 3T5.:: DEN :
er'l'a''s.' In a country \\ be remembered left two 'elilngmy 00\1110 hul'Hr would buy: 9
divisions will I l>i,iMi.tf' lit priumi for uinrnt'l' nf b..'iul; ( lirii1'rrtri ii-;
liticnl always \ -each of whom was deM their power tined with just!' in his will.aa his wife. This Mi'ifllul, Out,have IIIIII.n.o low? lions rompouiKlca! (':ir,'rutl> and :Hmiilry. IC "r
Anil yet Iv.i once like tie be lUtitul, ..now.I the very beet ini m'll would if
greatly niodiiy; second wife, formerly a ,

not en -lely. pie\ent the : Maxwell, daughter of a lorm- hee downy fair as the bon I snow, -.Nov. 2IfHodgkiss =-C -- -- : :::-:-:-_-====-==

majo- *, without the right of this and dis- tVliinni tu-llku. |Its crjhta.e, a heart llko i ifltnv lie
( port, a ; : Scott & Co WHOLESALEAND
frope in tile bite slave S'atPS.' e(1 merchant.. The fir Ogre loved for my Innocent emeuKl.itluieil I
; mid .oi ght fur the churrnn ot my f oFulliur I
B0t.8ppak)I of tne free :S; ates. Kearney was Miss I Diana COMMISSION MERCHANTS! ,

slaves had far better been Bullir, of Louisville, Ky., Mother, '
eilsiera: nil!, NEW YORK.
bundn e. ;I see it stilted that !: of tho present Collector of the God :.mil, raj'."If, I h iv.- loot by ny>l tall: :10.24 '
I'heviMl.,h. uri-tcli ihnt ,.. 1 l-itn of Ihimbelton Brotboijjiiltlinoro. rs, RETAIL I STORE
advocates o Ito hl\i-rliitf iiy Thn H. lloili'kl,
dist pg1'sh'pd ) of Tile New ) ni ti-
aijd p-
; ( : Wil I I&111e n wide suei-p. lei, I mdur too b'gh; :
of suffrage declined! in this Clt lady. While \\/i'llving"/ : Fr th M( taut 01,. n .mo mo, I knoI'hvitlia O. W. fccott,of Strut of 0. V Scott:: Co, 1',1111. .
thin Ihu' bi.iiiilfu1iii0'rioi ImDm'c.D. .
\ -or--
pu.uujii .
they do not expect to ob'am' (, saw and admiredMisi, II. 1'uolo. nil of I'oo'o: 4. Dil.Mtt, Bill.11. ?
kta' \II slolllllll1' that tli'beautiful ,,' bt Ides, ( ...
-Co luo nohou'dt i
res.ionall"gislttioll.but and sue admired( him.- .,; : tilt u.i Dniiiiier' ulth m> tl,i-u-t'.u., I \V. (k. 1'onl.i i firm of O. "'. Scott A. ('a., 'fo, I G. 'V. Al M.\ l'ott&CO.
by administrative, actiun, LA( !: went to Europe together; 11"[ w rtnm" llnhould be, Alien tlie eight cornea. Inhubsve. 'Ia. "\

as one gallant genleni n "H" being gone about year, UtlilanovunUlulcBtriicliiii iiunln, i )' Ilo.per.'lu1I'I.lu' \ ; .
States had nut been out < which a suit for divorce Jo'"IILIIIIC. Special attention given! tu the side: of all Vlnda or

Union then they will never the first Mrs. tito/lre' SOUTHERN PRODUCE Wi IUo.PIC'J..l'LI.:: T Infolm .nr 1
; ; : 1.'IoIt'oll1n' (-, 1'111'1101.110". WW tiUXi1" OpflitU U
The President isf.ir, sounder !, and obtained ly' ; Tatvtete,1 Inumj' 'e.i,' t,,0 a,,,,k for a muiiiI uf
.. '- [ some and to tho purchase and ithtjrni-iiL
1'I .Iw
i be huir I 1111 I Ihc :' ut' taw cr.izj town,
tlii>y. lIe sees that( they returned and were '/I" be,and .u, .1\\.- (In in\ !c nil,I" "'(K'Ih Household and Plantation Coed, Wholesale and Retail Here
\\ u oed mid slmmd nr' tlii beautiful sno\ .
action has 'do eitll
nothing to When Kearney was --. .- at the Old Stand In Tntt"h"..,. vhcie n. ..-.
I it ever is to come, it must his estate was:: .10,t to his CIurlerand Outrag3 by Col-] Wares, Implcmcists} ..epiiruJ to ci'l1,I) ci .luiut-iH. n lib. all Xind ul

constitutional amendments or wife, with a provision ut ores Troops, MACHINERY &0.
.' : gres ional action, in the 'fen' to :Mrs.\ Kearney, tut Uul The Snunnali Herald Dry Goods, .
and Enabling] acts. "'Ifow tile same sum to each of : REFERENCES : \ .

ful that these men of Mrs. Kearney wr tile following; : Groceries
\\'e lenru that: on I.l1uo CnrrU-r 4. Co., Xew i'oik. ,
should mislead: and \ : is ]living here in fii.e Sunday nigh 1. L lliKiif, Giitlln, Un.Hi ,
,list an ol 11 citi/en\ of D. (.tllrtown. ,nut Cronin, Mmngonii-ry' Ala.
public mind. They proclaim) ] bhe is said! to be very char- 0rantlatntvna A.'11 ml', Mntun Ou.K. Boots and Shoes, .
is the white man' \" .' ( ] and takes interest in henry tUt.illy, shot ;. Hunt, M:ic,,it, (TH.
great of K .1.. \VlilltIoliI, DiMiiopnlln, A In.Win. .
> ono Company lOa 1 U S. $
the whole oil of Cop!' of soldiers find, their y Bully, I'lcfldiMit suite B.iuk of Florid, Hats and Caps :
Julurud Troops) stali.med; p.t D'io Ti iliilni"'iT1 '. ,
echo hist- the '
-( )- sumo : She is bf'autifnl0111111
a :
.ortown. The ball enterel the .'.. E. 1I0Illb.lloll.Pr\8. Md Fire Inn. Corn :
and upstart jealous nl'pllll much courted and udmir- puny' \IVOtlmori! Clothing ,
heart nnd tho victim dial immediitfely. 111'1. 24-I fDESIRABLE .
the Is it
join / ------
cry. any! --- -
Four of the iloi-ed,
norant foreigners and ', i ---.f Hardware

thes should learn] this ucI'i I : S ;\Oel'LUMID. ,ire impjicated in the commission FOR SALE ,

lean from Cliirlcston] S. IIf this Miiody] iloeil., After the old .
bo led to despise and 11111ltr i C for halo n rnmforlnbl andAgricultural '
whole race of their fellow '" a recent occa-ion, General nan was killed, his wife carne .Out JorjT.lt :' IIoiiHO rcoL-nt. ;... Crockery .
Oil iho porch[ to give ]her ii'&istiinii ly fK.-riiilvd Iiy Mr. 'I!lioa. I'In\'nnrd fend
Sir, thu doctrine of a.. white ', of tho Federal army ae- near the' rwldriice nf M. D. |BJjlUi
Government doomed the ] } Ex Governor Aikon of u, 'getting; her husband: \ in the house I'n'wll.' : Th.lI"n.e li'.onn .qniiri.of IS-,! d ,
Klulit Lit mid I.! In tint mH-'nf r
l'ho soldiers "
Chief.: Justice to everlasting < Carolina on a visit to his innueditttoly made an Io.Rllllr"ll/rOl'C ortke Allnclicd Hitt>rM-n *
ittick on her, it i i" repjrted, Vjni out-houHfrt,Including kitnlien,curriuuo hoinu-mi, Implements
r .
and, fear, to everlasting plantation on table., u ,ih n never fiillliiji well of excellent n.Ur. .
to assist!: in persuading his: tally cutting IIn.\l bnyonoting: her There art fltrht loll conli /uniiB' uliiclccH '
the HUIIIItime. 'lYtms for th. At the LowestCtsll P'jf'elil far
the I. light tide of the face heal. be pnrclnmu't ftl *"*
slaves. to enter into I'a- *
The Dutch Ambassador; whole modurnie 'l'hlI.1I rare oi>i>i>riunlty for

ington has made a piteous I for the ensuing'ear, leek, &e were fearfully mutilated'.. nbitilninp, vita u dct ground>frnlilt* city,.-on rridcnc-i-/h far, R IRrfl"n pU-n itiirdui'arlociillty jUash or Cotton.Having .
The? sufit-rer lies in critical condiion.
foran increase of pay on tho found the negroes totally uf a Jud.JUll1LLI.tMS::! :!, .
The offenders'] are all under October 26-11 entabllfcried II branrh of uur lnu.r
however to enter such
of the increase of the cost of a I n -

in this country statjng that as indeed, they fire arrest, anal! are to be triwl by Ii A J PEELER, NEW YORK, 4 ,.oa
Cumnii &iou.;
hard that ho the South genenilly.- Military : Uloqd was
up obliged uuud on the clothes of the ptiso1iers ATTORNEY AT LAW we are prepared lo fnnil-h Roml of nil khd8'I1, ;
in their!
up his establishment and prominent difficulty any' Qiiantiiy o'. II",- burl"11 .,node HI d till Ihn
the and the : Gruiithani'g: chiUruu wore FLORIDA. moat ud\untageou It'rniH.,
lodgings over a baiber's was hope expee! TALLAHASSEE,
lull absent from Loiua.Grantliaiu .
But the government of the that the government would! Offloe up Stain over the Elate Bank. Cash dvanccs Made on Cotton .
and his
erlunds has refused his out hinds among hum. On family were -- Shipped toHodgkiss

uest.. reports the fulln\\'lIIg' much respected,] Wayno county, after the Chtiiblinlmicut of
Until .
req $ Mr. Grantham's oldest daughter fetiiln Uovurumi-nt, ulll I\H| prompt tiintlnnlo
as taking place between nmili-ia-(JivP: wad l C'I"IIIIII-"elor, Scctt & Co.,
Dr. T. 0. Mndisen. a : Sickles; and one of the "heai was also] in the fray and recuiveduite ,1 I'rtnml M..tllll.) nt 1.IIII..hll..e, when pur
ties any dellr.I.g..1 nd\lre and II..I.tll"oe.lll1dneill. NEW TOY..t:
President Madison who was < .on the plantation. It speaks severe injcrieh, a severe cuuiisi-l for the Uptencn before the MilltnrjJourtn. Oel. 2J-lf

time n' surgeon in the United well'for Afiican logic wound in the'l]\ead, a finger' nearly : Will also make tiiMBlnientii In, real co.tact -
: and' iH'KOtinlu loaim army sml subsequently '!, can't you send to the taken off and other injuries After mil attend to other biulnorn of III 3 charaeter.Oetuber PRATORIUS & CLARK, \

eecuiiid place in.the medical / and ask 'urn to let \IS Mis. Gruntham Leuurne insensible !' 2stfSaddle '

.. the Ci'iiiederate aimy, and e lan', awe, will'pay for d e she was drugged': through the Harness and Carriage.ESTABLISHMENTt ., MEUCIIA 'L'\ ILOBS, I .

was recently] pardoned, ] two years an' if we no p.v halllfthe house, and thrown under TALLAHASSEE,

denly in his seat in the cars / den let the gobern.neut a bed in an ante room whence, after l lliuve FLORIDA ,.

St. Louis and Jefferson City, de Jan' back." regaining her senses, she made 0' KEEP CONSTANTLY milo ON HAND .
u luigu mid varied tr
a fe days ago. general replied that such an her escape from the hone, into afield I umitiuiui' 'II'' .

Courier near by. Mrs. McColum] also I juht received a large lu.ort.l. BENTIEMENS
'Ihe Rome
says e1llent was impossible ; that mont ot Uoodd,comUtli g or CLOTHING I

Cherokee Georgia is did not belong to the gov, escaped frjin the house and gave .i' ,. tle
white man's The ; the alarm.: Some of their neighbors Uentleraen's and Ladles' Saddle, : ALSO, tlrt-< \
country. but.to Gov. -Aiken, their Fine Double and Single llur-ieits,
population are gradually master who, as everybody hearing their cries for assistance : Bridle, Collam and Whirl, Cloths I
Saddle Cloth
ing from this section, and was a very kind muster, and rendered it promptly Mr. Bhoe Flndlni of every description.. ,

enterprising citizens, from would'pay them good wages ranthum'ti residence about three Leather of Batoholi all kindTravelling -,und Trunk '.
see, Virginia, Middle and ; was : wiles below Ducturtowu on the riv- Saddle Carriage and Trimmlnjn Ilarnee l Hardware, ..., '; ,.>sTestings _, t

Georgia, and other sections ar mass Gen'l, din we' use er. Wagon and Uuitity!Hub, *, :.: .* .
-- Biijig/Bliafls, Ijpoke and Rltni,
stantly moving in. to mosser ; an' din the :
The interminable divorce case of Buggy Axle and Springs, '0 tot

The situation in Chili take us from mosser, Edwin Forrest, the actor has taken : ;
Neck I Tics it ,
unchanged up to the 18th of us free Den can't de gob- 90 novel shape. He appeals to the CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES .. .. .:: .

The Admiral LI do de same wid de, lin': ?" Couit of the United "
Spanish still Supreme States ot every denorlptlon, SUSJCIIf( ,
Sickles] was of course una. Machine B .ltliir. ) )'s
ome of the ports, but had not to sot aside the action of the Su- Work made to order and' Repairing done with ,, .

barded any of the towns. : deny the, consistency of the preme Court of New York, which lipatch "
which also for 'VhPPI"r A Wllton'i Gcntlcmep's Hose &c 1'\
showed that : Avent and Howe's ,
i V whle the Chilians were granted his wife a divorce-his SI:\\'ING 1IACJlJNES ..,
for war, had a clear idea of the that the .1. E l'I.Jnpy
paring ground being marriage cceurreil if OrntiomPlI', mrmrnl cut and .
Tallahamee', Fla, Oct. 20.- r..b
> spoliation of .
property ionahie.tleatd '
A London iu England and the Courts eupelormannar.
t1 l publisher the South has suffered. His R. B- POST. A. M. HOBBY ;.!- '1nre next' to 'f n. '/'l\Iun.'. F I IOet..lw.r
"The World before the of'this country hu\euo !business tomeddle 2J-'f ,.
/ was in expecting find no
by Louis Fignier, with it, short, of our entire desti-1' with i i., POST & HOBBY issolutiou) of oparinmhip.

ideal landscapes of the \"' A woman near Paris murdered Il E < .
-. Diipatch. Pet flrm "rMcJJo"rsl&Uoh" 'le t dl..olved
I World, and two hundred and her daughter and then ate her breakfast ,eneral Commission Merchants, All totettle '0 oliid '\' ) -

figures of animals, plants; and in Salzburg is play. I with the bloody kiiife sho had NEW ORLEANS LA. .crlber.nu..el.d. bycu.b. or .,01.,.iwith nii.i. flub '

'I r 1 low >t-t aiDs; eto. ;. tl'*" hac tho piano with clothes brush used for that purpose' .'1J'T. t4- rrt ,' 11t.w Iw-. lORN.VOD01J'tJ.. .!.




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