The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 9, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
notis - AKP9173
lccn - sn 82014066
System ID: UF00079923:00007
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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J! hc QIti.lVt; kl1! a tn1intl i ic3 a more perfect Union, m\ito\ its laws the government of theUnitod States I Inival to what ?? Loyal I to; foreign, 1 on the Held of battle-it implies- -- in

binding) on the individual, citizens were all wrong, nnd-wero hostile to independent power, as the United the case of civil war, a'- urronder of
PUBLISHED EVTvRTT of the eeveial States, whether !livingin that government. Thov denied our States wool 1 become under those the principles; 1\11,1 docilities of all

one State or another.. Co-igress, jurisdiction, they denied that theyvure circumstances ? Cort-.inly .not. the weapons 'Iultlagercie... by which
.& shy, rJilr lay ani! : Siturdiy as the legis-l.itive; branch of the goverument'eTiacts \ States of the Union ; but there Simply disloyal: to their own government the war has been cairiel I (III. The

At 'a':111:111:1igee, Fla. a law which !shall never was any time when their or- and deserters, or w lat military surrender. was! nude' on the
he operative upon\ every indi\iclual l ganizitiuns !is States wore destroyed. you may chooso to call! them, from field of battle to our generals as
TCKUSi citizen ; and if he resists it by force, A dead\ + State is u solecism: a that to which they wool 1 owe allegianco the agents and representatives of
he i is guilty of ft crime, find is pun contradiction! of term'., an impossibility. to a foreign and independentstate. tho Commnnder-in, Chief of the two .
f -Sh fl: e11"nllar'l ii"4 for per Sic Annum ifivntllg t Pour, in ishcd nccord.ngly, anything) in the armies of tho United States. But
tx ; Ailv.mcv., Single Copies 1O Constitution: or laws of his State to I regard!!; the So'ithorn States just vow there is anafter{ consequence this is not till they, have, still to surrender
., tents.K.VTCS.. contrary notwithstanding. Hut ns truly within the jurisdiction\ of of tho dootritoe&which I ..( ',
v< the States themselves arty not touched the Constitution and, therefore, shall not dwell upon but simriplysuggest If it soeins important to the gen.
r \OVElCrfSnn, by the laws of the United States jttot ns-rnally and truly States oi' : thai if tho Confederacy : tloman /from Rhodo Island or to

*X'o bo paid for in Advance., ur by the Constitution of the Uni the American Union now, as they were. an independent power, a separate anybody elso::! I am quite willing to
v Uiiu tqnuru', Xnnpurcill. lllir,) (ir less, for IhoflrMlliiKiTtlun. led :States.::: A State cannot he in' were !before time war. Their practical nation, it had the right to make the addition to my remark
................... .. .... (1 00Knch dieted, a State cannot bo tried, a tA'. ntiollR to \\11. government of contract debts', and we, having which he suggests. I' will
$;' H'llmi'qiH'nt" '1I1. 'I'lion ............... 76 State cannot be hung for tieason. the United States have been distnr overthrown and conquered, that in then, that in surrendering, on say the,

Kotle. mill I/t'1'1 trunalutit' Nntlccs n'Scrttticniuntt!tu he charged, The individuals\ in a Statn mny I baso ; hell, andt d have been endeavoring dependent.power} according to the field of battle they surrendered 'to
except Iho :\ 110 N clue n4 of ))Jlimn.lr'iilnii Admin triad aid hung, but the State, n4 through four years of war to restore theory of gentleman from Pennsylvania the generals who weie in command

1.rMCI1'1! >' wliio1! the chugI: hall, In-. 3101 an ur lInization, asnn organic member thnm and make them what would} become tho inherU of the armies as agonta of the Pres
Dull try Xo.liU4 nod 'l'ibll\.r Kenpcclok of the Union, still exists i whither ti! .;'y were bef,'re the war. The tors, of its debts and, assetq, and ident of the United; States, Himself
.irjuJ a.a.lv or not. the means of doing thiVt'I' can simply a'tneory, er n claim thrown Ameiicun people. If that explanation
THE SENTINEL Mr. Kbllev-I desire in ask the now' r -.est'lhi-sh'! practical relations out in debate hero II is one advanced is satisfactory to the
virtue of those St ites! to the behalf of Great Britain man.
I4lh. nn'y p'lpc-r In Floildi' Hint U published gentleman this question. By :: government oi? ;
I three! time" II week,had, tliuri'for i (Tard lt. sit ,-' of what bee a State exist t !< and the actual jurisdiction:/ as nguinst us. nail perhaps I am obliged to him
,+ .crlbltra the loittliut ine.iiia of n'ltnliiinil tliu Iniirwi ; it'by virtue of a constitution: : and over them which they vainly attempted Mr. Raymond, then procnodel.Now. .- /for' having enabled meto, state it a
ttwi by loiter'iph! and "" '11.1, nud full re- by virtue of its relations to the to throw off, is already re- ;. Sir I have dwelt longer on little more spetilically'aml aC'cul'l\to-
purlmiftlio New York and Soulhcrn Mirkeio.JlKlll : Union ? What in dues a State; of the s'oi'O'l. The! conquest' is over tho ro- these points than I intended to do. ly than I did at first. Now thero ..'

t L, of thu UyUl III..! give.unre.fI\ Thu rupor.So.,ifliiel of the U funiUlioil)1"eOIII1I1"to Union exist ? First, by vii tile of a bullion, not a compiest over the I do not think the doctrine I h vo must bo at the end ot the war, a

,' IU'I; iil'uii4' ut th lo'l'8t llvdnj! rntni. ( constitution, and secondly! byir Stains who .,o authority the rebellion !been combatting is held by. any similar! ; surrender on the political
\1 t. tue of practical relations to tho hud fin the time subver! ed.- For numb 'r of the people of this country field t of controversy. That surrender

':. JOa:::; ARSNTH'- government' of the United States. these reasons', I think the views or indeed by any considerable, -is one an on act of j justice from
And further, I would ask whether submitted by the gentleman" from number of the mmntiers of this the defeated l p.urty to the victorious
In co furl.iiiuxUiii\ sulu'l with**the.,Tlinonl SiMtlnul of!, wt lIu\ll;:jlm\ti I JutililnRU n !.nprrl'ir those States acting by conventions Pennsylvania, (Mr. 8f +V ns,) upon IIll\l"e, I certainly do not think party. It is due also-nnJ we havo
.re".I], .,111 arc pii purvd tu t-xco'lte wiry In- of the \people have not overthumnthe this point, are tutsuutt.1. these Status are t.> be doalt with ji right to exact it-as a guaranty
rnptli'i ot' work: In that Him, with nuittnt-i<. "fold constitution which: mri le thn'ii L"t mo next cite sumo of tlm by 111 us provinces, as simply so /for tho future. V/liy do we do-
,d.o\\ ,Ie'1," on Imii'l n fluo ";....ort neat of parts of the Union, find thereby dostro consequences which it s>.ems to me :. much territory heLl to ns by no wand tho surrender of their arms
Ink fur prl-itl{ In oulura. Or.I<-,. h}' mull\ or 'ed or penJo.I-phl'a= J exyre! -. "'111 rccclv'o prompt Htti-inloti. Our pri- relations 'lIilit If > he have think to deal with them Wo do it thut
will-the practical f ; : oIll. as' asserts wo wn are tiny may not renew
of lock
bison coot
i,,{i''' in i iti wr"rl,.na'.,low 11 ui u-mill Hitpri.eiit\Ih.Inn w'111 uilnilli.f, mid are which! nude them parts of this (been waging! war with an indepen-' ; as States having: State: govern the contest; Why do no seek intheir
I ti iv HID I hiuren-U'l riled which ruM In inluTIlllfri'lf Union ? di'nt power, with a sep' irate nation, nionts still sit bj'.l.t to the juris.lich fall a surrender of tin principles .
'IIi t 1011.111"'... Mr. Rayrnon'lIeill say, in reply I ciinnot sue how \\ o' C III tullot'l : nn of tlm Umtud States still 1 under on which they fuught ? It is
K.- to the trentlpinan t'rgttl Pennsylvania treason connection with Olivia the constitutional. control of the that they may:! never again bo made
SYEL ,U 1-1 (Mr Kelley,) that it is nut! pent conilii't or'demand tilt execu national government'! ; and that in the basis i of controversy and rebellion -
the practical relati'nn of II statu nt. tio.f I I1.I\'i'lor anybody clso IIi:! niraiior our dealings with ,them we aro to against the government of the
:J OFHON1 any p'u'ticular moment hick makes rertuiuly. It'we were at ho guided, an I governed not simply I United States. Now, wint are time

HI J. RAY AOND it a State or 'n part of the: Union. 'I'.tt'ith any other foreign; power by 0111' sovereign'witl and pleasure piiuciples which should thus be
vVhat makes a State .1 part of tV+ \t'14' Sit Mild never t Ilk of the: treason: us a >conquerors, but by the restric.tious .- I suwndered ? The principle, of
OF NEW YOltK, Union tsthe Constitution of the of thoMi! who were opposed' I to ns in and limitations of the Cmistitiicion State; sovereignty ia one of them.-
United States, and the robt-1 Sfites. 1'.111fi'll.' ( I. It' we were pnjjiged in u of the United) States:; nccess.ui'y. I It was the cor'ier stono of the rebellion
I1.v CONGRESS" have not yet destroyed that. war with 1.1' ttIr, mitt I should l take asa itsve are rostrlined and ., ; ut once its animating( spirit
\ December 23.:t, 1865, Mr. Kt'le-y'-Tlw: rJlle.< iun. tti.t! I piiMiner l Umpeior: N'ipuleon, Curt.ti'ily : limitel 1 in ou"1 designs with all other and its fun Jamontul basis. Doeply .
is whether a State I'xH not WH could not talk of hiUll\lI1\ I ritiuns of the American! Union.I ingrained as it was in the southern
In Reply to Ths.1. Sevens, of. Pa propose liable\ execution. I do' think that the heart
exist by virtue of n iormilntionits tr'itur or as to ,I nut treasonof it must be surrendered.
. '. l\tl"IlII" fiom 1'ennsylvn. cou'ltitutiou-whidl is a thin think that ,by Adopting any such: Jelfer The]
j:1: \ which m be modiliod! or' overthrown assumption us that of tho honoiublrt ; du with the inhuman treatment of A prominent bachelor politician
tit Mr' Steven) spoko of States: I c .
their Stite existence by ? jrentluman, we surrender the our pi'is'111014 of t war. I 'might 'on time' liennebec! lemarKfld to a
forlniting Mr. Raymond -Certainly.Mr. wlioio i.loa' of tMiiMin and thu punNhniHnt have elaborated, it when I said that lady that soapstone was excellentto
the) :act of rebellion. Well, .I doimt I '
be such /for- Kellay-And \\ ho ,n>r theco ] ..ftl' .itnra 'I think, lII.rt'- ficeauso we had (granted to these keep the feet warm: in bed.-
see involved how I tjwro can it:' plied. Tho rebellious Constitutions or States. \ ovem':, 1h It II'U MI'cept: VII.tlltll\ autlpurticnlmu'ly Suites as ,i power waging; war, "VTos," biiid the young lady, who
ft'ituie or the doctiine ot Stale mled nations had been attentive listener "but
in,1ivi,11I1I1 citizens of thuai States have not been ovrthr iwi ? : lights" usually ace to an ,
n'('nt'wilh the rebellion. They ?If r. lla\'lIIoull-A:State: docs nut ".s.ivetvi;!iity-tlmii?'it ot'a State to a*, war we' were not, therefore, Stuns gentlemen hive an improvement .
thereby ineiureil certain, penalties exist by Vil'tllloi' any particular! II'ILhlrulr.IIIIl/ the U linn, and tu exclude I Irom proceeding against: on that, which you know nothing
1 It! 'and Constitution of CO' etitntion. It always luis a'vnstitution break np thu' Uui"l! at its own will them as traitors. The decision of about." The bachelor tinned

the II under'tho United; States.Vhttt tws the S ates but need! nut have a tji"fific und pleasure.' I do 1 not !see: how the Supreme!' Court, t., which I vale, and maintained. wistful silence
constitution at spHrihVtiine. upon thus" premises 1 i we cm escape hare once ruf"rred.it I understandit .-
to .endeavor to interpose a-iy
th..irSt itn autnor'ty between tho A State hits certain political, that conclusion. It' the Stales that alight. asserts that we have the .
iiiilividiitils in rebellion and the > relations to the government, of' tin eiigiged in the.Into; rebellion ounstituted right;\ to proceed against' them as An editor and his wife went out
gov -
eriiment of the U.iited. States which' United Stales ; but the fact of those theuiseJvt'S by the ordinamos traitors or rtt her that' we had the walking the other night The la-
would, out the itdittions beinf; practically ;opmativH; of secession, or by any of the acts right l to exeriiisd:: agains't them both dv was "ptic-l111 editors' wives .
assumed, an i carry
assumption, to declare hose i indiidnals : and in actual force at any moment with which they followed those ordinances the: power of sovereigns and of nip. "Notice tho moon, my dear,"
traitors; for their acts. The does not constitute+ its rel: .ition-hip a separate and iudepeu belligerents: ; that the one did, not site she ; "how calm, and bright,
\ 1 do not how we exclucM>! the other. Now if according "
indivilii'ds in'the Stites wlio were : to "government ur its umevnhurship lent \power, see and hPA ntiful.
in rebellion it seems to me, warethe oi the United States. The fact can deny .the principles' on which to the view I h ive presented, "Couldi't: thin k of rotiYing.'ir,"
,, only parties, who, under the constitution of its existenrft us uu orginizud they profesoo I t'lltct, or refine/ assent we are to deal l with these States as said, the editor, "for anything less
mid laws ot the United community of States-is quite another to their piincipil results.:: I States still within. the Union' the than the usual rates-twenty cents;
could incur the'penalties of thing' have hfiird I mi i-leuier, no Hlronger\ next question that incurs is, how & line."
States, Mr. mo interrupt the statoini'iit of the doctrioe of St:::: .Id are \ve 'tu deal with them ? The --,.---.a"ohstar's -
know of no law I know Kelly-Let
tibuHon. ,
in the constitution oi the gentleman one moment lunger. I sovereignty, as::! paramount to the I gtuitloman from Ohio (Mr. Finck,) \ spelling hook i is in such
Uuife nothing States I knvof nothing!. will ask him whether, if the Co-,> sovereignty of tho! nation, than t who preceded inn took the ground great demand for the reconstruction
in city iViogniziid, or, establishe! i st lutioll bo' oveithrown or destroyed / would bo involved in such concession. that they h 'd only to resume their I of the South, that the American
( code of internjtional liw, 'whi'-h and its l.nwti/ul1'elntiuns cease, Whether he intends:: it or not, places and Hair powers in tile national printers cannot supply the demand
can puniih a :State::: as a State, fur there be any State left ? the gentleman from Pennsylvania 1 government ; that their representatives I and the {.nbli! >.hers }have pent
it cer- Mr. Ril'mowlWhy, E' I''iC there (Mr. Stevens) actually assents to timeextreme have oily I to come into I to Europe to get it' punted. Over
any act perform'
inwy ductiinu of the advocatesof this hall and take their seats without

tain that our constitution assumes be no Constitution of any sort inState a one million copies have bold
nothing of the kind. It does not no law, nothing but chaos, (secession. queitiou and witl.out con i.1 since April and orders are now one
deal with: State in one or. then that State would) no longer exit Mr. Niblack-I beg to inquire of tious uf'anj sortI cannot concur, bund, rod thousand in advance of the
except the whether the theoryof sir iu that viow. 1 do not think I
gentleman .
but thitt has supply. 4*
two instances, such as elections of I i as an organuition ; .
members of! Congress and thetdei-, not been the ease It never i is the I the gentleman; !rout, Pennsylvania that. these States have: any such -... -... V
tit>n of electors of Piesideut and Cash iu great communities, for they 1 which he is combatting\, rights. Ou the contrary, I think I A parson once prefaced his er-
Vice President. ''always have'Constitutions and forms would not also, it'curried to iU legitimate we have a full and perfect right to mon with My friends, let us say

Indeed, the main feature which governments.. It may not be u coiibeq'iei.ces, make those require certain conditions in tho a few words before wo begin."-
distinguished the Union undo- the Constitution: or form of. government vho resisted the Confederacy in the nature of guarantees for the future, I This i is about equal to the man who

Constitution.from the old Confederation adapted, to its relation I the guv- iasurructionar: :if'i oguilty oCtreu.on and that right rests piimaiily And took a short nap before he went to
the. United States and to the Confederacy or to technically on the surrndee\
i U this : Tliat w herons, the eminent sleep.
I that ivould be evil to bo remedied those States i1 may and must require at their .
old Confederation) not deal with : an
the States: directly, making requisition I I I by the government of the Uui-. Mr. Kaymond was just going hands. The rebellion has been The latest novelties of Pariq fashions -
them for "sul'p.1iesnnd. ted States. That w. what we have,, to remade that another of the con- defeated/ and a defeat always iiu- are jewelry male in thu ancient
rc'lyiugupoa* upon' them for the. execution been trying to do for the last fair st'q IIl'uces ut this doctrine, as it Vii a a surrender, and iu a political E;.'yi>tian and Curthagenian sty'e' ,
its laws tho Constitution ofttko The practical lelatiuiis of seems to me, would 1m our {liability sense, a surrender; implies more I and hieroglyphics) stamped or worked *

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What Doe it ='111\ l Terrible Shipwreck Torty PUOCEEDI\GS: OF THE LEG- Maxwell from the Committee on' t
wtiJVed( ttJ $eutiuel.t. I ISLA'l.LKE. Federal .Relations, nude: a report whirs
II" Lose.
A few day since, )Ir. ASHLEY of Ohio, 'es wa read and the accompanying preamb,

introduced a bill In the House of Representatives The steamship "Constitution" wa SENATE. and resolutions placed, among. the orders

l wiA A.. Hart & W. A. Shober to renntlnet the Southern wrecked on Tuesday, the 26th nit., ofTthe SATURDAY, )January hISM. of the'day 1l ,

North Carolina coast, while bound from I '
EDITORS AUD FSOFBIITOBS. States which was referred to a select Senate met-* quorum present.
Savannah New York. We 'take the, A Ilisli-H-tnilcil Outrage-Thf
committee. It provide for the appointment Prayer by the Chaplain.Mr. Authors Promptly Punished.On L ,
of .temors. with following, particulars from the Savannah Cottrell offered a resolution that !
'I.tALT..AYJASSEE: : provisional I: Thursday some colored'troops went
elected for
of the Senate wee
the officers
TUESDAY, 7ANUAEY 9, 1886. marshals and district attorneys for the Herald: the term of office of the Senators, and to the house of Mrs. Freeman, a lady re.

temporary dircharje of civil dati?!. The The Constitution sailed from Snar nab hold their offices until the 1st Monday in I siding about a mile from the Arsenal, and s H
on Saturday, December 23d, in company grossly insulted her. One of them, wet'! ,
inhabitants of each State, irrespective ofracl' 1867 adopted.Mr. .
October, i
with the San Salvador and the Leo. all told threatened her life. Her -';I
Agents for the Florida Sentinel. enrllled'If Ro-w from the Committee to whom are son i
or color, are to be : a 'three of which steamships were compelledto : his In hand
making pistol '
increase the rate of appearance; ,
bill to j"
)Ir. D. II. Wito. at Qnincy. majority, take the, oath" to support the put into Putt Royal haibor on the same was referred a bonds. notes, &c.:Deported the party left Early In the evening eight; ty'p

Mr. THOWAS JESKISS.!I at Msdi'on.Messrs. constitution of the United States the : night on account of a storm, but sailed interest on money back with the recon !soldiers went to the house, and demanded (:
DREW & OAKLET, at Jackson i again 'The severityof the same
on Sunday evening. admittance. refused they'
Being ,
shsll be' amended so as to -
Governor by proclamation invite mentation: that it
ville. the weather the
on the coat preset A'well
to force an entrance.
Maj. F. C. BARBETT, at Gairesville.! : the loyal people to elect delegates to a winter i in hardly paralleled ia the memory make the.rate of Interest 8 per cent per directed shot from a window, however, '

? Mr. C. E..JlIl! !'07f. at Mon'icello. I convention to re-establish i (a State EOT- of our oldest< navigator', as i i' attested I annum. from the Joint Com-r lttpt', I brought down one of the party, and Checked )
Mr. Finegan,
Mr T L PTROMAS at Certreille. by a ct'CQnrlslM 1 overtaking the,' 'ill fate! the movements of the balance. The
ernment. The delegates are require to reported a bill for the !organization of the
Constitution upori the same trip. ordered to be printed. I wounded negro; was taken to the Arsenal ;
take and Mibc'ibe to the oath of allegiance militia-read and
Itorrowed and not Hcturned.Flrt Advices from, Wilmington, S. C., December The bill to fix the pay of members of In a little while a large party returned to
and thus set te or
to person can
Vclome 'Wendell' Bldckflone Com the houe.
30th, say : the General Assembly, was passed-yeas
menurli My name It on the, bert> ;The jr- vote who' has held or exercised any civilor In the meantime, a son of ;Mrs. Freeman -
She slrnck the southern of 19. G.
on point nays
thl hook w III oblige (raving 1III It the rebel and two other gentleman, who for- \
having : me by military! office under usurpation Lookout Shoals on Tuesday morning at t 4 The preamble and resolution asking! "11"

this office.'! Afco Flr-t Vol. fphum't MentalrMlofojihy. or voluntarily borne arms againstthe o'clockwhere she remained fortyeighthours the State to release Duval county from A tuna'ely happened to he in the house, "

Ai.... let U, M and 41b01". Dickn tnied St tes. Both the oath to and then broke up. The Captain, 3ebt of 11,000'as lost-yeas 8, nays 16. made preparations to give any one who

work, Pt'It'rlllh"edition. Alec;, ht and 3d with twelve of the crew and one pa"senger The bill to establish' uniform weightsand m'ehl attempt any deeds of violence a

Vol. nnmij IlXory! of England. An person support the constitution of the United W. P. Lone of Brooklyn, New York. measures, was parsed-yeas 12, nays warm ieceitlun.;

f,,,vlrc any of the above hookf will do me a favor States and the oath of allegiance: are to saved themselves on cotton bales and 11. The Iawl+s wretches as soon as they .

Vy rctnrtjlnj them to ILI offlre. be administered to yoters. The constitution landed at Cape L'M.kont I light-house at 4 Mr. Brevard, from the Judiciary: Com arrived made a regular attack upon the
E. A. HART.jTlic several \I'hich"I' e house, and succeeded! in breaking down ,
o'clock evening aid thence mittee made reports, ;
formed be republican, and on Thursday ,
must door.
the The retreated
and bills the orders family an upper
proceeded to Morelirad City. Forty persons read the placed among
not to the constitution of the The then
repugnant stoiy. negroes commenced -
on board the ill fated vessel consist of the day.Mr.Steelema.de. '
-; Legislature. Statl'll'and'Declaralion of Independence : a re.'u'ar raid on the furniture; ,
1 ing of passengers and crew, perished.The .- a minority report on :
The buMre'S of the session is -sIng and vngabonds at the same ttlll using! the most violent t
prc!! and it must provide that in survivors left MoiehsadCity for New the to punish vagrants
memllrirl and resolutions of the!' ,and obscene lananase.: They entered the
the bill. baying York this evetiiqg.
rapidly, voluntary servitude is forever prohibited,
Select] Committee tt ere adopted, ( as a substitute )parlor and broke in pieces piano and
been matured In committee ard reported and that no Confederate, State, or municipal The following:; named passengers were for the bill concerning the direct, other fumituie and articles of salute

to ODeor the other Hon-e. During:: debt shall ever be recognized or from Savannah : taxes due the United States-ye s 2-j:: Having done nil the injury I in: their power

t the, [ ut three or four days, considerable paid. Joseph Fi'zierald.!' book keeper of the nays none. in this part of the b'lililinz'. they returned '' \l

snidely has been displayed by a portionof Vlerald r.fiice ; W. 'H. Sbpruoud, of tho The bill to require children of destitute to the hall, and enrl., 'avored to nscend I.
Reconstruction, with a vengeance! I ,, the !stairs t<. the where :MIH. K. :
firm of W If. Sherwood & Co., whlll| the both Houses to despatch .
members of !
and retail grocery dealers! under St., An- passed. and family had laka i reface A well / .

business as rapidly as possible, Colton Receipts at New York.: ,lre..-s Hall ; Miss Loud ; Caa.; D. French. The bill to punish vagrants!I and 'rasabonrtsj : a'med bullet from Mr. Fireman's: pistol; '

with a view to' a ,pe adjournment.. in well known in this city as a Commanderin : was pa'sed-yeas 19,.nays none. finished ,the cniei" nf crime ot the nero
A statement has recently appeared :
Rumors and reports concerning,. the Baltimore and New York Meain- lie Senate went into committee of ills in advance.' Nothing ,daunted another I"il.'e;

Southern papers, that one million five hip trade, Jtio. W. Hn-i-oo, Tho. Shave, whole 'on the bill to raise a revenue, and lain followed the fur tUeps; of tV fist Jr done .

prevalence of small pox, hare occasioned hundred and thirty-two thousand, MK Ad<
come excitement and uneasiness; but ii ((1,632.000) bales of cotton' hpve been received The Constitution had 720 bales of cotton 1 rer>orte is ceita'n that! these reports greatly which wete. adopted. the si airs-only t'l illcl'pae.lhe heap of '.t
at New York from the "secesh" on board She w-as,1,000'tons! buftl.en carcasses" on ,ire floor. Bt .h fell under
exaggerated! .!; facts of the matter, abut States, since the first of July last. s and was valued: at $100,000.; the fire of :Mr. F. and his friend

few cases of small [pox have occurred The amount i b probably overstated.If ---- r By 1 this time nn officer art' ivetl, from the.
HOUSE.Houso : .
and nearly all among the negroes. arsenal, and put an end to the uioopt"-
not then New York city has come into AmclitUn the'Cougittttian.
No alarm or uneasiness is mauft'stell'y: ::. nifl-a quottim present. ings. He iiniiifil.ntelv( : oideied, the le- .

residents of,Tallahassee possession of more than three kun-lred' This business is the order,(,f the day atWahinalfn. Player' )>y the Uhaphin./ ninining soldiers buck to: the arsenal l, \\t ,

out citizen, permanent millions of dollars worth of the property People of other countri Vi :Mr. G''e. from. the Committee on Tax where, they .\ ere immediate} put muter! e; .

and vicinity, who would be much of 'tile "poor de'ttute people of theSouth" t'a a'ion and Revenue, made a report that arrest His arrival at the scene of action

more exposed than the members of the the will. very naturally conclude: llr Cons they have not the constitutional right to was indeed a foittituie' ocenrieiic<*', for
within the bhort period of six iliition which rl', IIII'p'so much Nuke, ; the al of to free ,
In view: of the urgent necessity prohibit !< < spirits' nejroes.nnil : the negroes had tuj'cheIrd; : tiii,dht its 1 '
Legislature) months! Still, a powerful influence soe 'lug and mending,t mast be a rickett; that the sale! of spirituous liquors is their fury and desire fur retengehave! destroyed I f
's,,; tfor wise and prudent I legislationfor (out'from. that city, against reconstructionand c meet ; but It m'1't be borne, in mind regulated by the tax bill both ihe 1 loi'-e :a'lu,. .niiia'.esly t

our.State now, after a thorough examination admission of the South to Tit' bill control and regulate the fire '
that the i in ConI'p"ale
of the existing condition of in Those who have Republican majojliy sale of spirituous liquors, was ordered lo jWe are told that three of the neji'oeswere : !
Congress. amending or alternating to amend ii I tie enjios'e'l.The! l. badly wUlllld.I-I\itll' f"l1Ithe f'or. _

things, it would seem that if time is the made and those about to make for- for politics! purpose( 9u,1 to make it I bill!; to amend the act providing, for who were killed.: Auguiti Ckronidt, .y

main consideration, its bestowal for thee tures out of Southern products, raise no conform to the "new order of thjnl: ."- stay of executions, was lost-yeas: 20, SO/A. '

benefit of the people a week or a month the enactment nays 21. -
remonstrance rgain-t of
"fhp.Iacn: ; Telegraph .' ays truly, they
A 1lIIlo establish a unit'otm tariff for
more or leas, would involve no very great laws to break and destroy the ln.bor THE OCEAN Tr.rp.oR.\pu-Thp London
1 -
up talk nbontjt: with as much J levity as lPY.! Railma'li, was reid: and referred,

cacrifice. system of the South and inflict the rsTf at, would about eating their suppers( and at A call of the !House was ordeted, ( and Times 1!1I1.1i'Ielle ''er from tHa Superintendent ,

est possible injury upon the traJe and tacit about 3i members.wei. .. piesenl.. On motion, of the Atlantic) : Tele;':tah; Com-, '
Speech, of lion. II. J. Ray as much iinpoitnnce to an the Sergean'-at-ariin: was sent after the that the ,
commerce of ll,.North. So bei it. Per- piny.'nnnoiincins: Great EajltvnttKl :
mond. amendment of the fundamental law a> ; absentees Adjourned.SENATE..
9 hups the experience of another year or do : po'I.is' nly: sail in June, l<:Wjj.;( to ]lay<
Wp publish today, the speech of lion. they to a joint lesjjutiun or .bill.- -
two will open their eyes and enlighten There it end the new cable and take iu!> i- old one,
IIESUTt J. RAYMOND, Representativefrom no to the (impositions to I' ,
their understanding. The South will not amend NDAV January 8h11 I}. which is ascertained tat in the most perfect .'
New York City, made in the House already made. With the idea "
be the only or the chief sufferer. that liar F, nn I met-a piesent. oner] >r by the dally tests token from '
of Representatives on the 21st ult., in reply they the Squib down and canmake'her quorum >
S.. Guriie made .p"el al lepoits from I fie' time it broke, III1.i1 Moh *ill bo
to the harangue of TOAD STEVENS, : agree: to anyth ng, neailytevey! !
the .i i ndiciRI Committee.
\ nupil
Merchants and business cont daily.:
17 of
of Pennsylvania. It is called a conserva men Norlhc.n Member of Congress: has goneto i.iLLS; P A'lsr.n-l'n pie-crib additional i
Tallahassee complain that I the expense ---- .
tive speech. How conservative it is, may and delay of procuring goods from Sa Washington with nil amendment to penalties' for offences again t the TUB r
p-one-tv. of t.lir Uig'o Min 'nrftra- .
be judged from the concluding para. \'annah'ia Jacksonville, is so\ great that carry out some! favorite sec'ional purp'ose. State' /,
To amend act concerning marrl; )licenses ; ill!! Company, of Ci'lumhiH, was ,
will be compelled to abandon this !: re ,
they .
graph, in which Mr. R. declares that the l It ii is thus that "fools ui-li in wheie
route and look to the ji,, Gently soil for oiie- hundred
transportation by tread." Ih"I1I1'i! ;
South must'surrender the principles on angels: fear to Heaven onll'knos To establish and enforce (he laningelvj'n '
of Thomasville and Monticello dollars. A number
or byway the
way of fonter' (; princi
which the battle between the North and of Live Oak Junction. We hope what we arC, coming to.: h -tween I peisunof ,> 'I', :
pal owners concerned in the
South was fought, and first of all, site that our'Railroad authorities and businessmen In relation: to cotinioibons' : ; of !are new.pnrchxsp :i

must surrender the principle of State.ocerefgnfy will make efforts to remove the"ob GEN. GRAST'S SOCIIIERS TOUR.-The color. and they i intend, rebuilding, the\ "
stacles to pi ompt and reasonable trans In relation to apprentices. factory. on fin e\tensivp scale.DELTOATE .
as that wasj'the corner-stone portn lion before it is too late-faction- correspondent at \t\ ashington of the, N. An act c.ucpluill!,: (lost 1 imulr.' .

of the rebellion, and is deeply ingrainedin dUe Timei Y. Times, generally correctly .informed.: To extend to all the: inhabitants, of ihe I WA
T>> An .
the Southern heart." What man, By_ all u means, and_ the_ quicker the bet says : 'We have lIle' best of authorityfor and Stale the the!' benefits of thereof.To theC-mili. : of lI.tic e'I. : well dressed HINOTO colored! srenthv xcpednjly r*

North or South, could have been foundten ter, as the business men of Middle and I saying tliHt General Ginnt/ does not authorize processes: the county of Escambia! I 1 man a lii; marts,and sporting| white glove', .J,

years ago, to make such a declaration West Florida, after giving the Jacksonville expect leave here until he shall have to borrow money to build a Cuu; t House I last was,observed attitudinizing 1111 our before town little on Wednesday* -|
in Congress or on the stump Still, route a six or eight months trial. are, progressed further in his work of reorganizing and jail. his brethren, and seemingly! delivering groups of .;.
To locate the site of Wakulla
the speech is said to have produced a forced back upon the "old line" via Mon- the army and decreasing! it to a county.To county a h"ni-< If ol s''lI1e very luminous Iclt'I1Ie '

good effect and it is expected to widen basis. When his here was collecting money to !!o on ai a dele-
tlcello or Madison to Thomasville or Quit pence pi eser.ce to repeal! all acts regulating: :; license ol f '

the breach between the President and man, and, thence! by the Gulf Railroad to that end can be dispensed( with, I it is his physicians, a.id to establish a better sys' gate I the cond'tion to Washington' of I the colored City, to race lepresent in this .

the Radicals, while it has afforded no Savannah. The Gulf Road is to be open. intention to visit the Southwest for the tem. State' [lllrilljllhe day. Chaplain llobbn
To fix the rate of Interest 14 .
little !gratification to Southern men in ed by.the 1st of. February, without fail.Republican ., sole purpose of determining from personal nays 8. -yeas of the Fipfdmen's Bureau delivered!' a .e

Washington. oboerva'tion what if any further reduction To fix the salaries and compensation of veiy tensii;le discouice; to the freedmen, i.
and took nccasinn t"i .
Patriotism.The is practicable in the force under the Solicitors-yeas 13, nays 9. d ventilate the aspirations :

r I SOUTH CAROLINA. Advices from Republican Senators at Washing command. Gen. Sheridan." certain To' prevent months.the penning of cattle during man!" as-Sambo a' imposition called,of him.the'"Congress-' After the t,

Charleston say that the South Carolina ton seem, to be impressed! with the belief OES. PILLOW'S ExP/nl/icE.-General House resolution to appoint Commissior.eis conclusion] of the speech, several l of the ,.\

Legislature! passed laws giving! the election that their first duty is to provide comfortable to examine the indebtedness of coloreit men called upon the "Congressman" : ..'
Pillow writes Gen. '
to Howard
that he has of tbeirtiwn accord, and through ;;
of Presidential' electors at the crib the State. !
to places
directly public for all
the assistance
engaged/ 400 negroes for his plantations Resolutions the of our efficiHiit, Town Marsha .
the people, for the organization of the their relations, even to the fifth' generation. requesting President to !.-compelled him to disgorge the '
money \j
have 1 -
could gotten a thousand if he had pardon Jefferson Davis-yeas 18
State militia, and creating thirty-three Among their other sins they add the bin liars he had collected.-Quincy Commonwealth ..
desired it. He them none.
gives a part of the
new district courts for the trial of cases of nepotism. A Washington correspondent To alter the mode of selling school and vt I:
cotton crop, and some land, free of chargefor 'IS" .. ."
In which negroes! are Interallied. Thequestion of the Chicago Times gives these in, minI y lands.Preamble ."
the cultivation of corn and vegetables and resolutions to apply to When it w'as ascertained that the
regarding the payment of theo stances of it, He says: Ills brother has nation of the City of evac- .
employed laborers for Congress to I le-build the Court House and Ricbniond wes.de: '

Confederate debt was given to a committee "The!' Congressional Directory records three large! plantations. The General has Jail of Duval county.To termined.upon, the Erchinae Bank; of.

with instructions to report it at the that a son of Senator Clark, of New authorize the Governor 10 reorganize Virginia, wherein the State had deposi .

next session/ ;', Hampshire, is door keeper of the repor placed one plantation under Ihe white laborers the governments of certain cities and ted $21,000 In gold and silver coin, noti 4'

.. ters' !gallery ; that a son of Senator Cowan from the North! upon precisely the towns. fied the Governor that the said coin must .

THE POPE TO-QI1/T ROMB.-It is stated is clerk ol Senator Coin's committee!' !', ssme terms he engaged freedmen. He'is In relation to pay of Lieut. Governor, be checked out and removed from the*

at six dollars a day for doing nothing : anxious to test both classes. Adjourned.\ bank. Under the pressure" of this ,iiotifl- '
that the Pope makes little secret of his I that a son of Senator Doolittl is similary .--...;.,.. lion, Governor Smith checked out ills- .

intention ,to- leave Rome if the\ French favored ; likewise a son of Senator liixon ; CO/BcIOf-We have the programme HOUSE. money and paid the.!salaries of State'ofllcers '-'

troops ar eaJy) '.withdrawn altogether, ditto a nephew of Senator Foot ; while a announced simultaneously at New York House meta quorum present. including!:: his own $3,000.
nephew of Senator Wade stands guard. at
and ill/Hall the offer Prayer by the .
probability accept by Mr. Greeley and Chaplain. 1
one of the entrance doors to the chamber, at Washington by
of the British received Resolution relative to pay of members TROUBLE.-A dispatch' dated }
government, lately for (1,200 a'year. And the pressure is General,Banks, says the Baltimore Sun, and officers of the General olis Dec. Indianap- '
28th 't
to provide for him an asylum in Malta. still heavy upon the appointing power in that the coercive of the. passed. Assembly, was says : 'Times are getting
,r. 1S i iFEKIAKISII. bebalf of the uncles, aunts, nieces and power government tight and money ncarce,'ant) but little is
"" is to be exercised BILLS PABBFD.-To authollze the Governor doing in hogs. The'
-the South banks discount
.-The trial of MeCuffiey, grandmothers of other members of the upon but
ernState's to negotiate!:: a loan for 'iJe'Slat!'.' little and business men
American (house of lords, until they shall concede the complain loudly
late in the Confederate Is
Captain army, ; To authorize the city of Pensacola to of the difficulty of making collections."
elective franchise
to the 0
progressing. Strong military precautions W We learn from the National Intelipencer .. negro issue bonds. .. '-
are taken to maintain peace in Cork.I .- To authorize the Commissioners of Du. TUB new five cent fractional" cumncv
that Commissioner for INTERNAL REVENUE.
I the -Secretary Me- val issue bonds. '
I county
will be issued
The Cork J Herald alludes ii 16 the fle- no.x t week. About $80 000
1 recent Department of Agriculture is preparing Cullough returned the receipts of internal A call of the House was had, and 38 worth of mutilated currency Is destroyed!

\iarlure of skillful pilot for America as seeds for the South, which be ii sending!' revenue, for the week ending Dec. 23d, members were found to be present. Vy burning per day, 'and 50,000' worthof

evidences of contemplated' -naval!,oparttie.ni to members-fleet;; also, agricultural re- |j gj.000,000. The total since the let of Circuit The Bill Court\ I o repeal the act to bold the printed arrangements are nearly completed .
hr "lIlall, off/ county at Baldwin to make the amount of t>he latter
I '. 4-&...... of ." .' ,,"- ports. :: July 1865. .mounts. to 1,171,000,000.. j -, *l pR1Iftcf'' (' equal to tha0 of.the formwr; ,
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} BY TELEGRAPH. 'hcn.lllitt; Shootiii;;.'' Baltimoie And< Washington! as well a i Governor David S. Walker.' ;kiih-BIN{ & ALiE

= On Wednesday\ morning of last week, a other point further' South, wore visited'. :This distiguislied gentleman;". who
the by snow"atoiri bil the SQili, nit. has been
nesroby name of Isaac Jl'ukips. stolea with singular unanimity
Latest fl'om'led\ co.iLARGE .
mule anti cart from the owner Robert EDWARD B. KBTCIIOM, the New York, called to tho Chief .\Magistracy of the HAVE NOW IN STORE"

ARRIVALS OF TROOPS AND Scott! alson colored man; and left town forger and embezzler, has been sentenced. State at this important period illJier'political I

AMMUNITION immediately with his booty: for parts unknown .>y' Recorder Hoffman, to serve a term of i in Kentucky : ;
lie v as pursued by Scott! 'and! history, was born
; four years ahd six months In the StatePiUon. antd.so.mest
Twelve thousand- soldiers arrived atVeiaCinz two white\ men and overtaken near Kings- \ the homo of tho immortal The Largest and l
]hey Pond,' Clay County CLAY whoso political principles he
from Finnro on the 6th and mauled ,
Earl just his
Dudley, ertve
Jf'nklnsl'as ordered! Scott'
by to surrender
served in the
were sent to the field.! French Monitors bud e a diamond mIned at $150,000. inherits. His father
the which after ASSORTMENT OF
; "were daily arriving and the defences of property, somemiioina Revolution of 1812 ; was a memberof ,
| he consented to do. Scott Thi" 147 deaths by cholera in .
re weie
the being supplied with heavy
city were News the : then demanded Jenkins' pistol, but instead one lay in Naples. Congress from Kentucky, and died '
and improved by
most guns. of delivering it np, he drew it from at Washington in March, 1820. Gov.VALKERCinigrntcdtoFlondainl837,
the cattle disease in- DRY GOODSEVER
Australian reports his pocket deliberately cocked! it and A llrfct part of Napoleon's second vol- \
,? ciensina. attempted to fire, but was anticipated bv ume ( if the "Histoiie de Jules Cesar" is in ,
VERA Can, Dec. 7, 18C5-Testerdiy, when ho immediately engaged in the
who type.
Scott immediately closed on him and .
nfier the departure of the 4.
immediately of law. In 1845 he was '
American steamer Manhattan' one thousand fired his pistol, hitting Jenkins, and mar Old military officers are said to lie in practice OFFERED ,FOR BALE IS FLO.
him in the side. Both elected to the first State Senate and .
tally wounding with Mor- ,'
two hundred French soldiers, who Washington urging a light the RIDA
then into the cart and started for the ,
got was made Chairman of Judiciary
h arrived on the previous day, in the mons.
?' Jacksonville, but before reaching here, Committee but his scat after -
direct from abroad resigned
Am.i/.one ;
transport ,
ibilities of Mr. the Chicago
y when some fifteen miles from town, Jen- The Crosby,
were landed at Vera Cm/ To-dav this house man who has failed the first session. In 1848 he was in '
kins died of his wounds. The matter was OpM Consisting 'part of
force was sent, into the field. immediately and fully investigated by at ef 100;,000. elected, a member of the House, and .

PROTECTION OF VERA CRUZ. I the authorities and understand at the head l of the Judiciary Bleached'
proper we Rome has been greatly scandalized< by again (placed Brown and Muslins;'
Piepaialions are going on "or the piotp that Scott was exonerated from all the flight o f five nuns from the Convent of Combiittce. In 1850 he was ,

tion of Vera Cruz, especially' on the blame. the Good S hl'J>hpl'd. One of I them fell in elected Register of the Land Office, Jaconet '*' .
V laud side. The eat thwol ks thrown up Jl'nkiRs.1at, the reputation of being a over ,
wall and brtke
getting a he" le*. *
thy the Liberals some time since are being notorious! thief, while on the contrary The otherour made good their ; and rc-clcctcd in 18o4, In 1850 he 1 i. t

pt ; repaired and strengthened.. Scott has been noted for his good chaincler "- escape. was nominated by the the< Whigs for Cambric, and' .

Yd EMIORATIOS FROM ABROAD. which will: account for the summary There are two bundled and twenty Governor, and though the democratshad .
of the Jacksonville thousand baggage checks, coiling nearly .
disposal ca '
The /Mexican Times in its issue of December Union. '. fony thousand dollars! used on the New a majority of 2,000 votes in the Swiss Muslins -X 1

'- 2d has the following : York Central Railroad. State, he was only defeated by 300 <.

G kQ} 'espeetRI1e, We call those the attention who da Mie of our to emigiaie readers, Cholera in France.The I3T Ca1 11 Scburz is paid 'a salary of votes. This was the only defeat he Canton Fhnne: ,

t 1o Mexico from Etope and America, to Paris correspondent of;thefl London one hundmljdollars a week to write let- 'ever sustained. In 1858 he .was l <>'" .

Times writing under date of December ers 10 the Herald. re-elected and without Tickings
s. the piosjieclns) published in our paper' again Register \ .- v
'r to-day! tty the American and Mexican 7, says : The Unive \rnty of Virginia has two hun; opposition, while he was absent : ', '

JDmifianl Company: The last returns of.the cholera intPau's, died and twnnty-two .students. The war from the State. In 1859 he was Blankets, '-',
t These lands as given in my letter of l1f1ndlwel'l' to has greatly interfered- with the revenuesof elected Associate Justice of the Su- *. I f .
enjcy a <''-rie..! climate. Their produc- the 2'Hh:) of November' inclusive. The the iutiUtutlon. "
V'.jiii'w are .'Mgar, coffee, cocoa: rice; ii'diKO Union ,Medical slates that on' the 80ih preme Court for six years by the larg- Cloths. and
'!nd nil the tropical fiuits'i; wheat, out of iih' ety-four deaths from all causes, A Major at Wilmington has' ordered a est vute'cver given for any man for ; -,.,#: ACasslmeres,... \\
to revoke its ,
I coin, bRrlt'yaoats, I IJP, Irish potatoes in I there wets sixteen: from choleia. On the county court sentence upon any office in the State, thus showing ,
two for larceny, and if the
great IlIIui\Jncp, and all the fruity of 1st of December Ihe total! deaths {
th" were111115lronitred court refuses, it is to .be put _under the high appreciation of his merits I ,
icnipeiiiti.onp. and\ and ,
two, runt choleiatwtnh
And 1"
Ihe Mexiotn TIIIIPS, the principal United anest. by his political opponents. now '
-two.: on the 2d. ninety-seven, and! s 1
states: inW-I 1 organ published in English fiom cholera only ten. Ii the hospitalsand SUFFERING THE PENALTY.-Daniel he is called by the unanimous ,voice Ladies' Dress Goods: "

\ in Mexico, denies! that the rebels asylums, lhl'l'e'ert' only! tir i new\ cases Jones, Freedman, was 8I1spp:1Ilelby\ the of the people-after ,a revolution

iiiiiv heie will not iljht lot the empil't'It ..- of cholera: on the 29th November wrists before PoH Headquaitei on yes which has torn up the foundations of ..

Ii right. They will fight fin it, and and tour deaths, and on the 1st ef De tfrday, fat stealing on same day a pair of social and and French Merinos I ..
this is what the leading ones are ambit ions I cembe'1 four new cases'and seven deaths shoes (tom Kauflmim's btoie.-Columout our political systems, "

(t.. of did n. The total number of deaths I rom cholera! Sun. while the wrecks of former hopes lay rEnglish .
The lia'poiw has oidsied steps to IIP in Paris from" its first outhl'ellk'to the all around-to tho office of Governorof Merinos .. <., \
Mrs Robt. E. Lee has
1 IT sold her '
taken to preys t the spread of th" ch.lc- ;uOih;( of November was six thousand andseventyseven. : farm near Warrenton to Dr. Diewry, of tbe State. The honor came un- ,
should bPCKiuiiinlent, Ip.icu.I .
a it in
Richmond It contains about eight bundled sought, and it will be sustained with
totes-'it I -'''-- r \ acres, and the price paid for it was the same unswervingintegrity which Alpacas,
(:CII. Leo's Poi'trait.mhpXr I '
/ro'n Europe hrh es several! ca.es 01 the forty dollars per acre, or thirty-two has always marked his official and
"I'id'mic. '.v York ,Ileiald says thnt the thousand dollars for the entire tract. private career.-Jacksonville Times. French and English Poplins,
full lenji'li portrait of Ger. Lee. ordered: Government officers are investigatingthe

\ ,'SIONIPtCAST PREPARATIONS last .I ear by Ihe Legislature of Virginia, reported theft often thousand bales of I THE! DEAD ROLL.-Official reports Poil de Cheeyers
On close obspi'viitio", and after c.uefulnsi'lera : is now on exhibition at 765 Bioadivay. cotton along the line of the !Mobile &. -
c ion of (lie very slgniflicant 'DI.-- 1 It was painted by Mr. E. C* Bunce, Rich Ohio Railroad, ten thousand bales at Macon about to be presented to Congressshow II
tiiiatinna" ao'HK' on in then righbnrhood of mon(!. It represents, Oen. Lee in the fulfliess and four to five thousand at Colum- that tho numb of white soldiers Plain and :Fancy

this city and various other points within I' of a innkinj; Goileral-a fine grry: bus. that have died in Washington, .

the con tvol of tIe, iUlperinl commander suit-militaiy boots, and wpaiinjj the D. C, from August 1 1861 to November All Wool .
' thnujh the Fieu, .-h did not intend to I Judies; of 13altimnll'/"A shoit distance in the printed. copies of a petition to Con- 29, 1803, is 15,412, and the

withdiav, but on the contrary were mad the rear I is seen, held by an orderly, not avery &zress-fr'r, the impeachment of the Ple l- number of colored soldiers is 0,328. Delaines,
mi every pre tarn Iinn to nipet the Uui- good lepiesentation of the f.unoiniionainv nent have been sent to that city from the The whole number that have died ,

ted! Sates in aims at an earlIate..- charge which carried Genei;!} East for signaluie. Tliis indicates what ', Andersonville Ga. sol American Delaines
e. including
.1 ,
a 'hts i is iiiu the mpip, opinion, of a n"ws- Lee in; all his victoi'ions\ enta ..lInents.A .- is brewing.
Ir T paper( cl".'... (I"ndpllt." 'liu' i it: is he belief battle: Is mgiflg in the distancehicl iv diers, employees, and citizens, is 12-
Cotton, it i said be cultivated
can "jn Silks
of "solid me who stand huh: in society gives a hut id glace to I the back ground, California 018; the number of soldiers buried at Fancy ,
at cost of (lie '
a cents
and reason with sound and accurate mid adds to ;z..nPl'all'fflJct. of the picture.The A piemium has been ofl'eied th a po ,1,1., Spottsylvania Court-House arid the

: ,judsment. I !likeness is said bv membeis of the for the first plantation of $3,000 by a State Wilderness is 15,000; at Nashville, In great variety."VV'1.n.'tcr ,
the earthworks Ooneul's and his staff to beery for
The lifienlions family by
; Cpqlti1"v ,
"i' the fil'stollc, hundred bales, 3,000 moie. Tenn., 32,000, and at r.ichmondVa.,
) around the oily of Vera Crux drov j : glHJlI. r sSaacwaAT
lnttv' bring; Ktipiinihened.' The best of ...p -- Fourteen out, of seventeen of the Ohio 00,000. Of the soldiers buried in :

r Cuns;;;; ..!'< being mourned, and the. woik is A COSTLY Es'rAIILISmF.NTThe Republican Coneys: ,gal delegation, and around Washington, 4,220 are ALL PRICES.
2"111'1'111'' psrfnu'iut'd at tiishl!, and tu at- New York Woild takes the Republicans and seven) out of '.III', eleven of the Indi- from New York, 86 from Illinois,

Tpmpt' made to do it iu secrecy.On to tusk for the immense appropriations ana const! "esMtiei',, \Iitl.\'ot!} for repeal( 219 I from Indiana, 782 from :Michigan,

the (fit It instant, the French bark recently made for furnishing! and lepair- of Washington. city charter, in preference 510 from Ohio and 200 from Con-
id hoe, f1'l11l1'n\t\ ,lie Fiance, Martinique, tog the White Hoiihe. It sa)'s appropriation to favo1:'ing negro, suhose.VILMVcGTO.c / ,
1Irl'i\"profI'YPIa! ; Cruz, lofldei'. with munitions Ins been, made and expended! \>.r the \ neclicut. Tho number of those that Cloths and Cass lIleres

of war, while on the 3d instant a Republican patty, in less than four years, W. 0;, Dec. 19! -Two negro died by the effoct of wounds is 3,800,

lung; IIII.nI; a sent to the city of Mexico, of upwards\ of seventy! thousand dollars] Key,men coinfcled, John Walker. and Robert !Mo- and 2,461 are reported to have died IN GREAT VARIETY.

loaded pineipill\wiih! cases of aims.- ($ OOOO,) for finnishing houses and stables Hanover of larceny by the New of fever There arc 11,285
: county watt, hive been sen- typhoid
several of fur the Pl'e ldpnt.
Ttipie woie pieces ariilleiywith
tercp':! to be sold servitude whose HATS AND CAPS
into buried
all for a peliod men \Vashington,
the tiain. I But this i is not Mr. Thad. Stevens,
VERA Cnoz, Dec. 13.-Midnuht.-Tho front the committee on appropriations, not exceeding five yens. The sent names and regiments are unknown.Washint'on .- II
Fiencli stated to the House <" .ee is asieeable!! to the laws of the BOOTS AND, SHOES
are now landing munitions of war has just that a fur- Letter. ,
very flit and In large:; quantities. For tlier expenditure of thirty thousand dollars 8tate, in elation to freedmen before theo'wal' I

the last two days they have been WOt k {XSW.OOO: ) ) must be had at once to HARDWARE

lug night and! day at this. !ovidw funntuie for v the eecuti! .. e Dr. Win. A. Hammond, late Surgeon J I Wtnt t1vr r } fn1.r ,

STILL THEY COVR mansion. Genet of (he United States has gone to D -. re|

The last arrival of Tierch 1 troops was This last sum will make one lutrdl.ed Europe' charge of a giand-snn of the::0 cIs,who have been, genera CROCKERY: a
thousand dollais of !lepublicau expend!. late John Jacob Astor ; and a gossiping::: \ in this
in .Monday afternoon when twelve ) I bought wily-who have ctuialy <
tine in five years, chiefly on the f.imiituie enrresp11ndeutsays that ho receives I .
for' Tin &c. &
French ofDceis and two hundred and for I made the best Ware, ?o.,
of a house I Think of ii, tat p'jyetulBut t his (.e. vices $10000 in gold for six.. bargains
ty one French soldiers of the Foreign tle: worM is to coma. T:|le Government months, all traveling and subsistence expenses 0 have to say one word in referonl
and hundied and four
Legion employees u, of one the wagon train corps thiity, were has next to nothing io show for this ( liberally jfaid, and $3,000 for each ;P' to the foul charge upon which th:

lauded; eiioimous am /iuit month occupied beyond. the six. j;- miserable man Barry has made n; GEt.OOEB.JES.:: :

A bearer of despatches is here, on bis OUTRAGE BY A. NECSRO REGIMENT. rS J- responsiblo.e .

way to Washington: chained" it is report TheMrtCon Messeriaec learns from a i >liable Penny trains are now fully established Mr. Justice Fitzgei'nlJ-we cat I FLOUR,
..Ii'with'the delivery of communications that the in London, E lgland.- .
source musieiiiife" office! II illbe not allow that tone of observatio:
of gi, eat importance(. to tie United StategO'elnlll'IL. in Macon daring this week for the pur- They run entirely under ground, .;ITho soner-Tho.t man h SUGAR(; ,

regularcolored ; : l late and early They will take a i i e, charged me-I need not defer

The I'nM'.c Dclit.WASUINOTPX pixit. Thospinegiues' have been committing person to liis neighborhood for two I|Et myself or my friends from tt TOBACCO. &0., &0.,
J.n. 3.-The public contain ten minutes, while if hei
I In
many deeds of l.i\vlessness and lave charge-I shall merely dooouui< debt amounts to ale of I two thousand above
num violated 'al white ladies. took a bus ground, an hour 3
seat Complaints 1the moral
assassin. Mr. Justi< Powder Shot and Percussion
eight hundred millions, ($2 800,000 ,
been made to the would be consumed in his
have proper officers reaching ,,,11
000). Amo;ut in the treasury! ninety Keogh ,the other day spoke ol rev
yet no action has been taken. The Messenger destination, and.have to twelvelwn 'Caps. .
millions, o which one half is coin. pay luti'nis, and administered a beta:
says the lutes or negroes must .
FI ANCIU. remove from the neighborhood of their j Lt to Mr. Luby. Ih spoke of catt{.

encampment When Carlyle heard of Palmers-'"'R.'B.; post: -- A. M.HOBBY .
NEW YORK Jan 8.-Gold is quoted to.
day at 43'3-8 432,&. ton's'death, he said "Farewell, old Wines & Liquors

The SUFFRAGE following was WITH written A VENOEAXOB.on a ticket voted friend ; your parts were none of the POST & HOBBY. _

The New York Times says that the sum, at the polls in this village, on Tuesday best, but we shall see many an uglier
of $10,000 is to be put at the disposal of last, on the, suffrage question : man in ;your place." General Commission Merchants, The largest Stock in the State

George:; T. Downing: for his use in representing "For the extension of siiftiage to all in. An old gentleman remarked ihe ORLEANS
the interests cf the blacks at telligent young ladies, about the age bus in 1776 NEW LA. CONSISTING "OF
Washington this winter; !that the coloredmen -not negroes," other day, we went to Nov. 142'11Dissolution

of Louisiana are to raise $10,000-for The person who voted that ticket is no.doubledly .- war OB account of tho !ytamp act, WHISKY BRANDY, GIN, ClIAM

their delegate, and that it Is proposed: by a Indies' man, or a lieu-pecked and got the nigger j whila, in 1861, of opar lership. PAGNE ,PORT SHERRY AND
the colored men in New' York to. send husband-Polk Co. Preu. about the "
we went to war nigger, firm of McDoniR] & Hobby Ii dissolved
Fred Douglas j with;the same amount to and put the stamp act. TilE those Inilub'eil" to tatd concern, are re CLARET ,
Washington. These delegates are toes Major General Gustavus Smith who resigned !; quealcd l>to settle by cash" or note, with the tub TAIL AND STOMACH'B11TERS

tablish a bureau at the capital to obtain the position of Street Superinten J,E. Thompson, fOtuJlerlyeditor orlbcr" JOHN UoDOOTUL. &c., &c.ttrThe .

and disseiiuuinnte information respecting dent in. New York to go South, and who of the Southern Literary Messenger Nov. 16-it
'.'if the needs of their race. resigned bis commission in the Confederate merchants\ of Florida are re-
4 .- army two years afterward, has le ap, is living inEngland in straight. For Sale .Jn Lake City. speclfully requested to examine our stock

G..W. Bickley President Knights peared In New York as the agent of the ened circumstances, and is said to LARGE HOUSE*with about an acre of before deciding to purchase In New York .
has National Express Company. be contributing translations from A bind, near the liiiilroud Dopol-recently ooc as wo will duplicate all bills at New York
the Golden Circle, been released
of u pied M a boarding houoe. The balldlnj,
out them time and
for navies
fipm Fot| Warren He had been imprisoned General James Shields !is now domiciliatcd the German Blackwood's Maga hounej 4-o., all III |joo for two years and eight months. in Carroll county, Missouri, near the zine. water on the remise.. An excellent bargaincan freIght.
.. b. had 'In purohaie of thus property. 3rPaaieivey no goods told at retail.JfcIUbblu .
-- county seat, where he has purchased a
Apply to Odes A. jr..Lucaaat Jaclnunvllle or
I&f" Majur-Geperal George; B. McCeN| littlfi! homestead, and bas quietly settled I The cholera hang about II at thU office.I ; ttc:
Ian, Jr., w ai.born at,.Dr.*deu"Noib, 16, dov.nin rural pursuits, and to repair! his Paris, but .it is dimLnUhe4 in Vitnt. >w. 10-4t. AI1f.n"t'

",US8., ,' .* >. _""*' I ,,,jI shattered begli\. ': .' I i M4 Lab Mil) pith It"FrM oM*. flMi .*sI)' i tiiHH, aid n.., d,1zt5- ( ..'. >, ,y.. f

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"1 ; WMa1P >> St;:)ry. Mormon Domestic Lifa.! South am: ( Sp rit.Thnro .' SOUTIIER.V: EXPORT Emporium of Varieties, t : '

,.r 1.r. .O"A._m OAI.troll t. Mr- Bowles' nf 1he Springfield 'are niiny, !-a,> s tie Louivviilo < ANDlMPORT .. fJ

'i.n .r"',,tru war;f ilTtrrn I he woe bunt Republican, wilting. from .Vustin, Jjiutniil, wh'l will lout Ar 'cull, COMPANY.. 1"l.

Oil one tiny being I'r..l.
.A t t"'i-nlv-flri' >, J".II" mur'it', I lint he ''1'iilygfcmv i Intro t luces many curioit -, high.tune,l tmianli,,!.a't 111111'11111,1. i

Content at District Judirv.w<>u,d be._ unNs-rHlrttinnoliips! and intertwines dug courage" l'x1Iil.itAII.y, l the S.ut'll'11J TillS prepared CO ti PAIYY tu make!1C Tiber now oiymjttpd advance} end on we .'.A, T. T. A TT ASS. 1C T}*. TPT.A.. ,

Bill bntlV] .i e nil the nom!"tutlnn- the branches of the gwneolojriial p"';'ple in1" their drinit.] TlnyImikpcl Tin and 1 ', .Ii

Ub fivnl Tumpkm, graced the' ttvlan.. Irpp. 'in n iininnf greatly to for cowardly mid.i' cringing; Cotton and other Produce topped f. ;;

At forty flvo, htf dreams hnd fled d.lld.'; puzzle a rnnthenmt ciao, as well a.* siil> iis-.>ion ; a beetling, ; of the supUkkti'v SIICET IROX ;11 MIXUFAITITRER;: ,> ,"'.:

lope nod- Ambition both u ere tit .hagtiat s'tlni df'ent minriccl. 'The !hill it bowing of the hau ;li- condunrd boor gentu In I.l\crpo"l.; The im'8' "' : > '
\ulaeofJulton Llverpooll.front SOI.t4 PEttEX IK ,t "
When from bin l lote! hi- fun d r.loRoe. nuirrjin of f two wore sisters I Nveiy tli.. intodtlmt'tlicy Colto'i.imd. from .
( mid f
or tv crest They ate |)" cmilf per *' f.irtti" Upliind V.
I flu died of the :
Ju-t'ci' ;
-A Pi-ncyl I. icitlon in Unlde .- r
80 to |1 32 cant for I icuxt tune
rcmnion oue mungIrntun d" not /lied thf-se things; \ '
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\\ IIIIIh'nllc.olI".I'nlflll' value In Gold or It. English French and Domes- > : '
I O'l, yontl'fiil hrurt on! Ills''' *nnd' "hntd.ThwUfAyfcrlif '. merchant in Salt Like, City h.if; L Iho CoiiftvleiMtd, though uve r- cqiilMilcnt liiO'irrono' )'..- ,
sad >
Wo ordure for rood from the MerclinnM tic Goods ,
thr *sitars fur kilt tlnee wivtli- wlielttii'd iiiiiiibprinii.1 "
< by c.imiileto curl( Plnnler. The mrlcip! *! tulle lion. pnld '10 Ihommil ,
I Tlit-r nre several; casts of memi Iv I dues not Juts i Hi ordure for Mou suhjugtttel, forget
Equal Negru .fcuif Th<> .
: age- and, Uttrrnnni.HlOlIAlU. Fliin Fancy & Jap'nned Ware, '
N.rih ant Goulh Contrasted. marrying both mother (;widow) !ii>inhou
.. and her Haiijrhter or daughters ; Miii"ta him I'liiIMS of course excited T. riim Agent, I.hi'rponl.Ijirkwinvl'lo, Kiiul'iiid.'' Florida.K. STOVE HEADQUARTERS.A : ,

taking; the 'old. wom n' fur thH puke snrpriie lu thu minds of those .1.I T BunvAiin, AIf..nt, T"llnhn..r"i Fit.Vnv .
An elaborate table has been published in :imP
in the Constitutional Union gettinvr the young one*, !but, having thus. .slat ish! npii its wIII.I.lllot! have large antI handsome variety of "I

.chil, ,Iren by all\ Plenso to ci'pli snstniiipd; them under cuoli calami- B, BEU1A vv'a .
showing the ditfel'IIII'e'It't, '
Northern anti Southern communit'es \ l'pn, ..r out for joiirsi'lvi'u' how this lies and\ lh.'y ale indignant that COOKING STOVES, +r'1

mixes things Moiw[. dis.riistirtf\ asi" : VVH dti ti'ituft.n-. they feel and know LIVERY AND, SALE I ,
: jn respect' to the burden of then
.. i ttiiiiid ore inurn, even to the .. element of population., Thi I II
gro rr\'i.I1.\' ,'f half sitter by out Noi there I
III \ n ; ini-ti, we nee gIRd II
instructive table ,we, shall" publish Stables 'tMf I SHEET IRON,
Mnrnion. Consider, :oo, how I these J'i see, can uppieciatu' the feelingsand ,
valuable lecord fur the
shortly as a _
children!, ] of one father and many induct( of the Southern mast- AIR-TIGHT, ,
reference of pul'tfi! economists and .
ui'Mlliera the Utter often Llo'd r,;- Amoti tlmm ill WurdBvPclier
"!.I. Henry
It shows that 1 1SOO TALLAHASSEE FLA. ;
legf-lators. ,
whole Intio,.", are ikely to bpcmno Cio-- who, ia a recent poecl, I
tlio Nis
supposing populationabove I'I's.II "
ed! again in neu'marriages! 'm second : -ALSO- ,
to voters in
twenty ,
'and third, if not in the fir..tH 'Those flashes of Southern len I '

I South ,Carolina nod Mississippi i the *>neratinn, under the .operation' of timent. !hitter editorials:! and tossing CRRGf.S., nrGmESfGOS: ,trimmed in n neat and datable man w. J

negro; 'vote predominated over the this polygamous \praetico ; and jt i is:! heads., nre not "url'l'i.illg'hen' : "we rl\IMI\K\KSS: : I'ORSILC, ner. They cnn In hliii-jiffl u> end' |.aifof' r, t,
white vote. out olIlifrty rvllnlmiKcr, 9,15-1{ C"IIII"ilh ,Plr'ct .nflalb0\' (U "
cafe to predict that n few gi norntioiis think of the that has _No-: ___ | il' "
counties of South:; Carolinathe scourge swept 1'il'TSnhrl: ELl7tScut.etat.t'ytnhnttd) :
l f such soi ial! pructii-es will I ovf-r thtim-that a proud spirit has W. H'WHITNER .
nVjrrtips' hid the majority, 'and ; (Oiit-diMir mk- I'in )Hoi'linu!, Gutter ; "
would elect their officers breed a vhJical'IIIt1T111 cumental<\ I lioen obliged: to confess! defeat-at inaflown Pipes, U niinenl.il, : IIlIu e ;,\ ::)
debasement\ of the people most the; hands l:! tit' men th"y despise- lleiuN, l liept Zinc Sheet Li ad. Ii.

The siirrie and is I jrenernlly in the Gulf the States case; illallliu'ch in frightful tiipontempl! .ite. Already, that th'-ir erupt" ry. has been swept ilADISQX, FLOIUOA. JV"Sli| wink of I'vtI'>'. (tll'sclpLiot1 '
'Virginia dm.e on shot t nnlici1.
indeed such indications
nre apparent. > -theirH'"II< slain :
tw.iy -they re- WILL *
counties, where l -there. are Middle Circuit I'

large towns, ItS the white, elementis .- foreshadowing; true sure and ifuceil, friiiu'iifHiiincp to beggary.Wlnn .- Dec 23. 1 tiuitHodgkiss :rJ"o't:1onS.WOODEX : .

terrible realizntion.Urigam I think ot this, thoo wonder
more settled the latter. III ; Scott & CO.
Young's wivft- nre numberless is that they urn as: temperate asthey ; WAIl :. c
: the had a majority ;
'MUsisaippi negroes k-: ,
; at least no one seems to I Kn whow I aro. Qotibi,It-ring their fear i COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
IP thirty-five out of sixty TOYS,
he his and he liast-onfe ful defeat!
many ; I and humi.iuled; position J
counties. The war hili'sillcu that \ I PRESENTSOf
ed himself to the think}. ,
,''ni.. changed the result still m<>ruia forg.tflllllpl's-.ill tlipyjiavtiichaved well. :- every di'sciiiinn| mi hand. ('alllwll! } ;;,
matter. The bilit is ln has It .Tlina ii. llodi'kl*, lulu uf Ilamlielion Brolhurn, examine liclme atel
favor of the nerrc ) may not .he f.tshioynble) b"t I Bitlllmnrt*. ; .|"nucli.iMi.g' eNewheie.N..V .
(from sixteen; to twenty genuine or I honor,,Jien fur the>'fur/any tht j,exhibit." 0. \V H."tt,of drul of U. W Scott dt CoT \naImiwtH 7 ]I&I.3-:; :JimGW.AMSeott&Co
If, fur instance, the war: has deitroyed *. H
wives and about! .. ..
'in Virginia, 22,412: ; Geor complete us many i ---' D II, I'ixile, of arm of r<)0 e i. Baljliilt! Buin- WHOLESALE
more women "sealed" to him for XIIRTn.ItS: FIIIF.\ D' UIP tOR 1Idgehi. |
gia, 35,517 ; Florida 5,066 ; Alabama 'THE \V. O i'.ii,le, of firm of 0. \V. Scott C*", Till ,
25,134: Louisiana 2,2f0! h""velfind glory The latter are': XKOHO -Mr. S. f). Burton, of the I l..hl"! Hit, J
; old 1 tubes for : Leris''iturp AND' f, ,
then tLe will mostly pious eager .In'liana in a speech -
white Tote
men, nero :I
with the white Had high seats in the Mi,rnioii( heavi, !, boPnre th.it b'>ij.v, a few days since BpveUl mtttntloii given la the stile] of all kind or )
be equal vote
'...i these States have certainly lost and knowing no surer w,iy to get I II 9i 1 en1Tlr'ttlrtlllf : 'If left tome, I SOUTHERN PRODUCE, RETAIL STORE.

tI more soldiers, than thflt they will theta than to be tacked ou to B-.ig-.1, Mr. Speaker, I wonl 1-1 t, by system and to the pnrulm end, nhljmicnt of .

ham's angelic procession.:! Sonic' lof 'uiifji: -n'Hv ]lepfKlution,' render -
have colored O'lVPlrnT, and th..itlie I i ; lIouehod: } and Plantation Goodsrari
will hare colored of these ... ...le,1'ives', are time ecily, llm politic, ntinosplirriof/ Indianaso I
a \
jiblatura ,
if the wives of other men ; Lot lucking exrt'etit"lV! iiiU'iniifortabJelfor ne- \ InipUnicnls, ,

joi ity, negroes are permittedt faith in their hushiind'i. glary, seek .'rl..q, that it would\ { be unlioslllu .

) rote. look to'make a sine thing: f for tlm future ': for Iticni to lemiiin, in :our tliidst., MACHINERY, &0. J.
But let at the North
us now : -
by the of prucious Bii j iglu =yTTzlll': ;:- :
six (grate nn.In and much to I"-ir interest and ad- PjITII'LLYImufottu. ..r .i,1,
with the New
and begin : England I II REFERENCES W
: IruiiiUilmiwB lm\i
esthe I Mm 'ivi- uv u,
Many cn'- I m" n w vanta I p to enui' rata. Especially .
States. There they had altogether I 't W. hu.Currter.L Co, Xew,>'oi' k. r "
in 1860 24,680 I nut only support' tin niscKcs nil I won]11 1 I !nabs) it MI for the "uncon- .1. L MiMire' Oritllii, On.IJrjnu Wholesale and Retail tcre 1
only tie I ; Crn m, Miin'xoinerj, Ate
their children liiit hull to .
support' niyjei such
or a
: :; : ,.
of whom \ A. H n.1, Micun Q
groes, a good ninny theysent their hu l amida., Thus ,'l.-rk 1'1.1 I Io nt the Old nand In. Tattahn..e, Mhrr Bf"j;;
n [ i'i vi .la'.ion{ of the Stite, Constitution "li.: Bond M ic"n, (lu..I'm 0 are
into the fit-Id. The total white ,. G w'hitft.tdDenopnlie A 1.'no In. firpnred toniipjilj eimlmucn with i.ltVu'.C. m,
3,110,6(13( fovhry limn with a "similir+ limit.,! in- and] without authority; of law. \\ Billy, 1'reeiduut.pue! II.ink. of Florida! .I'j"
was nr
population ,
who hasiel.le.l to the fascinations If Titlltih i*>.,>".
cuttle shawl! .
they iofii-' to emigrate in Dry Goods I
132 white vote* only one ne- '1'" w. U lI.mbl\ltoo, 1'rn. Md. Kit. In., Cora /:'f
vote. But and desires "f three or four 'pile) of tlii-, !It'ijM.ifion, ihey shoul iiiinv, Bnltlmoru

gro that Connecticut, notwithstanding women, and married theu all, I b>> known 11 111 1 "ii'i-i.:!iii iz..1 in s ciety _Oot.H-, __ __ Groceries
recently refused makes liiri home with No. 1 ,, DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY ,
to let her few vote PIT I o ly as 'll'\1! is .f f \\"'H,1 and draw-
haps, and the rest live apart, etch fit ol' \n'lIt.r.' '' FOR SALE !
I Boots
We, here in the District of Culumbii I Shoes f
by herself; taking in resin< ,
had,' in EGO, 14,316 negroes ; J.: M mis, of! th. Froedmen'd Bu- I OFFER: fur ..Mile 'a ooiriformlIe.Ilwclliiiir .
washing, or in other emplojment lloiihc recent
gainst 60,000 hites. At the very engaging! her etablishment aii.'tinjs, lit n',w taken llr' i\lIn'pr I)' t+cou ltita I lij M I r. Tlios' r'wlI"l Hats and ,Caps
to ,
keep up i nd npnr the r.l ldcnpe nf M. ]P.
estimate have A
lowest at at Atl.iinn and 'gave rebel
we now : officer '
and t-j be t. her Puny E.q. 'rhetlnueel.aangnar. |
uo clnrge ) |
least +OUOO, negroes; ((6.000 mor. $700 ti; ellei-t his escape. He wants of liifht' Lnlinnd, I I. In I tIe, nildi4l. of n Clothing ".
husband, lie ciuines uround.' onci- beau ilful! grove of oak, Attnclird, nri .. u'1111 ,
than all New Englund) uguinst in 1'hi'e tr mal'eher, a visit nnd the money b.nki: bu* Congression nut-hours. Ineludinu kitchen, currin houneat.dnutbto Ii'
abort OOOO Mhi.es. nl C'niiiiiilt'o has t1t.ti.\ed\ with R never falllnKvell of I'li'fllcnl nn- Hardware *,
: against
!then site sets bum an extra/ tall. tea There! are eight liii" COIIIKUIIIH! nliielicim, ,
In Minnesota they Had in I860 him. do piirehni l RI the *..1t1l' It ntt'. Ti'rm. fur II"wholu
and .
Is all her
259 726 white votes; speii modi-ra t. Thin In n riro opponunlt for 1 I -
ouly negroes or 'artiiugs:! to make him ns:! Mimfoit'i- Tho rattle ,di"ei,o. which his: ,de.tro ohminiiiK K des,ral>li city n-.Idl'n,' in' n p'l' n..nat Crockery and
to colored vote. In Wincon localllv, with ground e.'angh fiirnlari/p ardtJUd. .
every 'eble! and het self as charm apos- (. Hd'hoiiiH :;] .Olt t) hen ] in Eng JUIlS JLLI.\Md..
tin they hadit the same time .'._< U__ /M, .' land October : -tl AgriculturalImplements
e iLl.k-{ ( flf lcar 8,01)0) in li .11 HII l, and 400 to _
1,171 negroes, or 592'white votes the "old line" & I
500! in 1 lii'luiiini.: (lots hitherto :
to vote. Yet thus ]l Ho or Madison to Thomasville scarcely A. J, PEELER .
every negro ,
or Qnit pen
all ii-ke.I France where
States! ,. whose repiebent.ttives almost and\ thence! by the Qnlf Railroad to tha have ,diud" of i it." only ATTORNEY AT LAW "

unanimously; press the i.egi: I annah The Gulf Road is to be open. inte AM Lowest! Carroll l'ri('csfor

suffrage question upon us, only' IB 1.the let of. February, without fail. sols (TliH most r.\rpii-5 brewery iitho TaLlAHASHER, FLORIDA .

cently, by heavy ma jot'(ties, utieiljt ... al \\'orld, i is at D.iblin) Irel.ind.! It Ome. up 8t. r* over the State Bank. Cash or Cotton._ .

refused to let their few 1It'.rroes'o.t; : Jill Republican Patriotism.e tioril>OJ> 'employs' 8(,0' mon. It turns nut TTutil lifter the-ektnbliklimeiil- 01 .>t..till.hi-d H brunch uf i 1Laving ,

their own respective States !:...,l b Bepubl'yan' Senators at"W 15,000 hug-heuds, of beer per da\ U tau 6lHln Ucnermnont, will if\f| jiroiupt' at bur liniiH !e
National Intelligencer.GFN. :eem, to be ,' ]llinA' corrPill Etchoihuan l is alluwttd ti-iMlon! lo nmltHrs-fji\i| mid Urliiilnul. -l.efor. NEW YORK
inipm essed! with the ltt"Jief a quart 1/tie 1'niviNii. Marshal, at Talhili".m-e, \\hen Jlllr.
their first, duty is to G per[ ,day. Tno brewery wan started ,"'' 'dpHireleKiil I advice and ai.ol.h.IICP, u ud
prorille com net ni4 counsel 1 for the dufonce before. the Military we urn prepared to furnl.h foml 10 of nil kind, In
JOSEI"1I1hIIS.uDThA Newi: 1'1'at the public crib i iu: 1780. uuurte. \\lllaliomnke. Invnlmi-ntii In re"I.,_ fury quantity) o' Ili. .IIOrt"11' nolku. m d 011 the
Orleans) record the death for all late, and ncuoliale loanu neeiired nwrt'.dt nllllluellUO ,ler"o.
papers uGPi relations, even to the fifth, en el ele The :Methodist! Church Extension und HI lend 10 other liuilimn of III niortuHu,
). .. ,l/Bernaid.of Lou'MiiHe \ 'u- ..,..rose-".- -,.- generation __' .L_ .. ., . soda r 20-IfPRATOKIUS character I Cash Advances Made ,,...
Ul"er "vrpot f"ntt" .
ems ? on .
they add HI i II:1 is! .
the sin In. u.eiy. nii.iUKiplilu, appropri.ue --- -- WH. -
was a dt'scIodanLuf the SitnutJ !. m i. A Washington deHI Shipped toHcdgkiss
$ \0,001rU"I.t/ 'let
'I hudistchurch
,Bernard who; after'Ltemmfliug/ m)' the correspond'f cotta & CLARK
Times in Nashville ,
gives these in, and ,
Lieutenant Gener.ir of EIJ ille. Scott
rr :es of it, He says: for tfhe SI )IOOO, for the Na"I"'il! dUfriitj i UEnCIIJ\\T* { : T & Co., I
under Napoleon, accepted' the ra/iP/ IHs .IfllLUJtiS NEW
nl 8-02,300: for thu YOltK:
Congressional, o Stated;
I ; recently
; ... Directory oot. 24-t r
of Lrigl 1it-q general in our, 'army- !: _records ', :
and served '.rout 182G to'lSSl/and I sin" h, tu way that it cmil T not drove, in rehu\li'llI.\ TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Saddle, Harness and i
Carriage J$
} who<> returned to Fr.tnce'iii( 1SC2 to and thnVuctfoji powerof lire engines The New Yjik Tribune thinks it Q'EEP CONSTANTLY OIIA:\ D -

become Minister of War undnr watt tried to the u'tiTimSst nvith! i would beI low estimate to place L. mid fur.\le A large and varied R..rUII'.1 m EST BLISHMEN T 1 1lentlfmen'

Louis Philippe. General l Joseph most Itxlraorllin'lrr effect. Al the baneful results uf sleeping oar GENTLEMENS .
thon igh the "c it; itself could; CLOTHING!
Bernard was a native of New Orleans not bb at 30,000 t'phuillsallfllOOO deaths

but had rf'lIi.hfor,\ main i mill "II 1, yet all the -nifivear le< it conj per' annum in consequence of their ALSO, I hnTe.lllU of mode received,eOIII.tll R or large_ u.iiorcluelll __ -

leAn at East! Duton' liouge.! : During ; tllint", i'l tins shape uf cilshilllll, &I u., foul atimmphero.Gen. g

I l.. Jtis U e he filled many import u m ned out. of th j'car, and leers do- Wntwn Webb! of New Cloths, Flue Double. and and Slnifie Lndlci1, ', Ilar Saddln' ,.

I State.government -Ar? J'; JJeruldTheLiveipmtl force exerted being l such as!: to t>x- Brazil, has resigned, hU pa t, and is Casshneres, "' )' description

I .'II tract (he Bails,that kept .dowyi the now on his borne. ,.. '.
way '
buttber, baker ]] casket. 2'r"'l'lnBiatchel. ; and Trunks .
I am Testings lliirneH Hardwure '
When the Siamese twins travel! Carrlnire TrlmmlneVnnon .
fishmonger who had) been engage *
they will 'not two (fares and I \ and Unllll)' irub, "
to supply the steamer City of New A woman desctibint her runaway will pay Neck Tics nitt'M Shan: Hpoke.: and Rim.'M
not consent to tho differ
York, which reached New York on hu"llII ( siys, :' "Daniel may be split Buggy Axle..and Spring, .

last all off to; known by a sour (his- = 'ence. x
Tuesday were carried on nose \where Suspenders CARRIAGES AND :BUGGIES *

sea in the teumer, h4viiig cegluttbd, scratched, him Congress has passed the bill, giving ;

to leave in time. The Erie' 'Railway" Company- has I $'-'5,000 to Mary Lincoln\, wit]. Gentlemen's Hose &c; ofet'nchlne'er, de.Ilelth'g eriptlon, .. .

.I Kmgest.rftce on record .Mr. uw of the late Fjeoident I illcoln.A Will'k made"10 order. an4' R'Plllrl''ir done
tTbe J dust npgoriated( a loan of 500,000 .a t.oontlomen' dl.p"I.h! CAueut with t
being ,the judge ia the hu- for kiss is the teuderest'Dote giirmeiiU out end II'tdla fmh. 6+r Wheeler k''
Quilp !tn England the completion of its mih I loimble)'It mid nup. rlnr/ manner. SEWING "'l/lOn'/, aDd Uowo'. C

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