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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 11, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 08807470
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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])Jlf'ii i ntnf1! and the wngin greased, but the ost imposture that over existed on he studied law for a week, and will Great Fire 'in :Philadelphia.

I road are perhaps tne in Cast< rottin- rontinent. ) of freedom."I be a caudydate for sum high offis,

u I'CnLtsIIED EVERY ost cordroo in the won I's pull suppose Bur it are to be movedto when wo moot agin, provided we Hcusscinblin;; of (hc: eni'M.,

up and skotch, and pull up and Boston or the infernal regions gini him time to sell his cotton seed. t

%M' ;1": ?ttesdayThursday, and Saturday, sketch, and ever and annonycmus in a fewdays, ,. nnd I want nuthin I'll say this for him, art has done PHILADELPHIA. 1.-A fire occurred -

r ;i'> At T.-ilIutiussco, 1 la. the skotch slips out and the {tung to do with it. Exkuse me sur, butI as much for him as for sum of tho to-duy at noon.. The build

.,' cuts round and nwoy'oint'o( the must, insist on being respektably candydates: und natur more, and ings' destroyed wore of brownstone

t'I'T J l.u s i I gully Andy Johnsin is the driver, I II discharged." I took my seat amidst his cotton seed aro as good seed as five stories high. 'Lossabout

and I lie says ''go' slow and hejiollors the most, profoundest and tumultuous lover seed. I hope ho will suck. 100000.. They were,tho most ornamental -
I-::: col1ar. per Amtiisn ; Four and loses tho road seed. B. A. Chestnut
1\0 wo
r, ; silence over seed, and Mr. Gib- on street.
Iollar.i; for Six Jllwtths in .
Advance Shl;;lc Copies 10 and then we have"toi go back to son remarked that ho wouldent im- -f. All the money packages from

Cents. the forkfand wait till he blnzns'the pose tho Repudlik on no respektable THE FKMAttS.HKFORK. llnrndon's Express safe, and the

wlio: seems to bo dom his best, man agin hid wishes. lie then greater part of the freight in the .

KATES: OF AV>VUtTISiVCJ; but 'then, thar is Snniner and Satin transfefro.l rio to the 'inl1.nts Committee Mr. O'LR\UY'S Sl'UCJ SENTENCE building .was removed. It is now

To bo pnitl f A- 'in -A.clvano nnd Stevens and Davis and other and sell he hoped we would WAS rKO.NOUXCEU. supposed that the !loss will bo a

On tqinre,, (12 Nunp.roll] linn,) or I lem, fur the like gentlemen, who keep holleiin take immediate action for the state The of of quarter of a million of dollar, but

flr.t to.erttuo................... ,....... (I 00'' nt him and! crnckin the whip, and I had! 'no money, as well us mysolf, sentence O'Leary, one the amount of insurance is large,
:X:.ch sulmtqniMit liwertlou ............... 75J. conftl ill his aloes, so that sometimeswe and board w.is high and et seterus the Fenians recently tried in Dublin and will probably nearly cover the
..IiIo Mud' I.i'K'il: Xollcc-ii tu be dmi'ifi-il to be transported for twenty loss.
lent know whether ho's gee-in frequent. This may not,have/ boon The firemen workod manfully
has
Uio K n no tin transient ",1\01'1I."lI1onll, years, already been published.
('r haw in. his cxactual languidgo but is to Bubdue tho flumes, and at onetime
PXceptotlcn of DUinUrtlon iu A<1tnla-\ ang Before it was pronounced prisoner -
1 U'rMrti1, fur which the charge hill h... Jfl 0. My friend.about them fi-Hcrs I lin towards it. I bowed iny head was asked in the usual form were throwing fifty-eight
Oiitittiy Nwlort anti, Tribute* .t Kiwpett and sed "Ditto -exept I dont eatset- streams of witter on the rear cud of '
......:0,1 at,,0.1",'rIIOlll1l01l1I, dont know what I ort to s.iy. If (,l'as" Forthwith I telegraft what he had to say why the judg- tho\ building, from the sito of the
you door if any body does, I wish vnry- ment of. the court should not passupon )
--- for loan building formerly occupied by the
they would, sny it. 1 Bunt encurngo ous gentlemen temporary him. The prisoner, speaking old Chestnut .
street Theatre
THE SENTINELIitho russin'in all but they wouldn't lend a dollar un- iu low and with
nobody, not at a tone a hesitating Ruckhill
& Wilson's Joss is
til Mr. Jenkins $50
on'y piper In florMit! Hint In I'lililMirrl, 1 but if you know of a man that cant war uorgarated for manner, then said : 000 : ,-
three llnitw n W-iik&ni tUureforoiilTbnlB. \ 1111,- ho broke of it Burin his nntenil life, they wanted, his name to the note. My lords, I was not wholly un- ; the greater portion of their
stock
.crlb... tho roudieHl, tni-anrt if ', nuinq thola- I Thinks says I there a tap lost about 1 wan remov.'d. The building
bo well the for this.
it moat to hire him by prepared : I felt that a
c... new by t'lrllr'p11,1 l : mill i, nnd full n' I' this .wagin. If we aro a Stato we i iI was insured. Perry & Co.'s loss: is
If thar is in all who had
history a government so'
,SiMiihrrti Markrto.It year. safely
York .
voitinftlio Now 1\I in I $60,000. They ate insured 845
din borry money Augnsty.! "If we ,
nill !II." give f,11 rc'pur.a of tho piocce llii(. good oxkusa and a proper subjiu., packed t'lo benoh, would not be
or thu ra'; II'llIr" Thv .Si'ntlncl fII'III.I1I .. IMII. : to bony it at all. If Andy YORK, Jan. 2.-The Fenian:
.
o..us.rl'o'o the Iu "'ot living gixzardlo.ss, fratrisidal, suisidal, par- Justice Fitzgerald: -We are
Congress assembled Aguard
wants to run the machine his to day.
iisiilal, sistercidal, nbomin.tbul: coal own willing to hear you, but we cannot from
JOB PR8NT8WC.In teniptibul, dij ustalnilindividuals, way, let him pay his own expenses. allow language of that kind to be the 99th regiment refused -
\Vhixt in the dickens is a provision admission! to all not provided
c"xlIIWlth, the ZClltillolVhI: ) \'" ii in- I sometiin'os think of em till my use:!. with
.. ..... of brain addled, fool government for if it aiut to get up Prisoner credentials from Stito Contro
y.ii'ir .tul t \ t'ked .I.lmOIlI Ih' | JobbingUilpil [ gits sorter and I -Very w ll. Mr. Luby of Manhattan.
il, ,,,,.I siru 1"'III'.!,) to ,'xre.te'I'r)' ili-I ; like becomin a volunteer convict of provisi-nis and provide for a feller declined to touch'upon this from avery called The body was
J o'ripllo'l; of work In that line with nentiiuM nd the Lunatic Axyloruni. Charity in- generally. I made up my mind natural fear that he might do to ordur, and Major Kelley,
lm pitch. Ainu on hand n II.HI a,-ttnriit, of that haps we had been humorin of Indiana, was appointed Chair-
dines to the that old pel harm to of tho other
some
me opinyuu prisonors
J"ik. for iiiiiitini; In cu!'".. Ol'\cro| by mull or about enuff ; man. Resolutions] sustaining O'Ma-
mil r.'oolvorrJlllpt utt lItlOII. Onrprlr Stunner are crazy. I think In has Andy long wd had as I but there can be but little fear of ;
xprro hony were and
adopted
'-. a. low ". the L ",'"Ollt hitch' cowl of iturkinilrrl I been gitton worse ever since he tooki I much light to a governor as Alabama that now for a jury that could be the transaction of, proceededto

('!I .'., I.. iff! and llvliiu: will! "'1mlt ..1', mid lireluljwllui i Brooks on the bruin' and it do scent or South Callina. Uo wants I found to convict me of this conspiracy I There other business.

iuiieiiifil rate which!]jule In oilier i like the dwe.iso: has proved( conta- us back about as bad as we want to will convict them all. Mr. Lu- I were two plouipotentiatiosfrom
lint* '.f'tuinl' \\11'.*H r, j git back and a little badder perhaps, Ireland present, and it is stated -
If thoy are for it must I' by admitted that he
.. gus.: poaao' was technically that have'
and ho neodout thoy brought ]letters
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be the that all tulrier- many guilty to that hi elastic
peace pisscth: : according ;hly from
Stephens who is said! bo ia
BnljA1p ..1:1r.esJ 3 His Constituent standip, for wo cant fathom it in i necossury nirs about the Senator I instrument, British! 111.1Lut I France. to

-::. these free I business. If ho tools with us much, | did not think that those ; ,I'
ri'gions. Theyfought J to men there ...
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Itespektabul People : the pour uijj::nr, but didn't keen for I I,0 wont elect nobody-I golly we'll II (pointing to the crown counsel)
Union Tiio Western font tako the binds and go backwards could make CrmioL .-The "Vienna papers
I address, you on this tho : boys out a case against me.
for tho Unii'ii I,I forthwith returned to the! cllpitol'and Mr. Justice tell of a fatal accident ft'otcrino-
okknshnn with a prof' 'juiul iidmiru us ; but di.ln't kcer Keogh said in his
for the doubln teamiu stretched forth arms; charge' Mr. line. ''An officer dancing with the
tier for the goat consideration,] and nigger. 1Iy sur-I'nu against Luby thafmon
the nioodU'Tunination[ which cause: ,1 on us they licked in and we ginit SPZ I "Mr. Gibson your would be found ready for money, young; lady of his affections, put
I friend-I'm (Iho friend of wife his fo.ot through the steel bar 01'hor
to hoaor mo by' your votus with up, but now tho ono don't want your or some other motive to placo '
you
and children. but if Mr. Jenkins and fell
ii salt in t'lo' :fjinato of Gi'orgy.For .- our niggpr and till other: don't themselves at tho, disposal of the cage so heavily that ho
aint uorgarated soon the State will fracturod..hi! i s: tliiglr1, pulliug down
two iiiomentiiH and: inspiiiu want our Union ; :and its the hardest I government nnd make known the
collapse. A bright and gloriousstar his partner who full ou his other
Hanks:: the L'jgUltturo hay beet inC' skedule to please em both a poor designs of conspiracy. No doubt, ,
will be obliterated from off tho log, and fractured that. The officer
'undertook.Its mon will bo -
found
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leiuii. MHSijiou, (tar, of whom I amjruii.1 vanivhoJ people) ever always ready
hardest wind I'btl' r.ed rag, and the president} will for to themselves is dead. Admitting crinoline to
to bo which. For several the most war to up money place at
(laysvo wore ontjagoil, us: slcouts, that history rokords. Sumner, Su. lose about nine supporters in the tno disposal of the government, butI bo a charming Idition to dress,

in.iki.i; sorter rokunysance! : to tin & Co.,' are fttilln. fiiisiii! about II Federal congro-,3. 1 move sur that think it is agitators, and not rebels eyot it is not the best thing possibleto
if se cant git our Governor at once be encumbered with whoa '
who havo been .
*-ai! whether Georgy; were a State the oveilastin nigger-want him to generally
and make,la\\a and like a siue qua non, we break up I !bought in this have waltzing with a field-officor iuspurs.
u: .. Iiigiu torrytoiy, whetherve vote < :squat on a I way-who certainly -
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i.i a n row and depart for Mexico.
were in the oM Un-iou or out of it, jury, and Wiint to piohibit us rob- made the best bargains. I
\vlitllu tae and ray folkes and you els from doin the samo thing for CO ;I It took'life the small pos and wero have to say one word in reference

\1L,1 your follies: weN somobody or years to cOllie Jcevusalein where ', carried tn'multuously.! These pro to the foul charge upon which that The Paris corrospondentj/jf the

I .. uubv'ly, arid lastly, but by no means is tho cussin man ? They say its all coed lugs_was telegraft to Washington' miserable man Barry has made me Liverpool Daily Journal says : The
foro the ink was dry, and we received vi it of tho Yankee Gen. Schofiold
, liws.ly, wh'Jtle'r: \ poor' innucont wr<-ngfor a niggar to veto in Con- responsible.

cld l.t nm, born duriu the war, were ueticut, bokauao there aiut but fow orders forthwith to norgarate Mr. Justice Fitzgerald-we cannot to Europe has been so%thoroughly
thar nnd its nil our Gon'ruol'1l1tl1'o11 on our. cart allow that tone of observation. sifted that we havo discovered. its
nil illeg-il and had to l ho born over of om : ; wrong for
Geor Then tho money como, Iud wo voted Tho Prisoner-That has real motive, which is nothing loss
' ughi or nut. This: last pint are em not to vote ill y, bukauso wan
I ourselves a pocket] full apiece' I need than,the purchase of of tho islands
much unsettled, but our womonaie theres a heap of em hero, and they charged ino- not defend one -
advised tu be Lilm and scivvii. talk! L-igik" mil Il?tonk amaziu to and tuk: u furl). My friends, that myself or my friends from the in the Archipelago, named

J My friends: our aim hav hon>stJy I Boss how it is. \\'",
t {-el1 to nit you nil back into the whole! vassal of sonso like sum, butas that great und good man'was ma- the moral assassin. Mr.! Justice for a marine depot, port and. dock

Jid'U' : of tlio glorious Un-ion. Like shove as I am two foot high, a kin his iilioutiu, breech.Ye all Keogh .the other day spoke ol revolutions yard beneath the American flag.
telt happy, and) Cappeu Dodd the
Idoutkeer and administered lectnreto
the pniiliftul son wo hud nothing lolive' nigger is a nigger whar a
member II om 1'olk, remarked that Thirty conductors on tho city
on, and 1'eelin lonotomo and y'/u smell hilll,'1111I1 u vote is a vote Mr. Luby. HQ spoke of cattle
he would like to die then for he railroad cars in Now York were
; char it. I being driven and of houses '
hungry, huv'bcon bowie and scrap. dent hoer youdrap golly away,
dismissed
(p never expected to feel as for dishonesty last weok.
ovuthat.. heavenly being burnt down that wouldbe
in and inakin npologya; for five ort they cant git men Detectives tho
of female
His other
agin. boat out persuasionnow
ix months we hav been standing The truth is fellow citizens I 0)0yas killed and so on. I should like
; my ,
soldier travel most of tho
by a yankeo while the Cap. regularly on
ufur off for weeks and weeks but to Jsnow if all that does not apply
sometimes feel like we didnt havo was iu prison. 01'COUI'8e the lines. One of the companies: has
tI turn tho caf do kill for I felt von to war as well as to revolution (-
. they us.Tlicy no government. that way villen was tried for it and hung, One word more and I shall have posted up, in largo lotters, at its do-
kuow we've nuthin for Gibson '
got sorter when Air. appoints though 1 amt boon no mention of it done. I .have been found of pot, "Honesty is.Iho best' policy"
they oat our substance and the State of guilty
up .as me a committee on tho
in the Alas Wirz I
papers. poor treason of treason A heavy has fallen the"Plains.
for puttin rings on our lingers we Hepublik. When the Sekretaryrend or felony,- snow on
could'u,. e.xpoct.t until they bring out name all mixed! My feilow people, let tao iti 9007 Treason is a foul crime. The poet Over twenty trains are now
my up
back the jewelry they carried away. with the Republtk, I felt that I was elusion, congratulate you on' bum Dauto consigns traitors: to, Ibelieve, snowbound at. different poiuta, and
a Governor once more as is a Governor the ninth circle of hell but numbers of animals
what large
I cannot bay iu'the language of the oblegod ronig. Ilisiu n aJsti. ; are dying
; Oh, there is life in the old kind of traitors ? Traitors from cold and starvation '
poet that our labor has boon a labor kully lo my l'oet'saJ's 1 "Mr.President" I againstthe
land and and
yet, by by'we'll trans-
of love for we've had King, against country, against
monstrous I beg to be respeklfulrly
The consent of
black into the Government
them
port republicans friends and a'gajnst} beneracors.England .
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to be shure but if '
pooreneouragebtent ; exkused sur you please.If -
the African desert, and put 'em to is Washington, for the iaougurn
not I havebtltl'ayed
we had all Bet our heads toward the thar 19 Hepublik on this side my country. Governor
any teachin Hottentots tho right of.- friend tion of Patton, has been
stars and stripes and we jintly determined of Jordin ;I'caut preserve it at this no no benefactor obtained. How this would
frage. strangely
tit\ It, coma weal come wo, time with these speks. Thar was .. Sidney and Emmett were legal have sounded six Yet y

sink or swim, survive or perish, a place in old Virginny pilled port traitors. Jeffreys was loyal man, it is years ago
-now a forward.
.1 am induced to exclaim ia the so was Not I leave tho step ,
1\ thunder or liteuin ; we'd slip back Republic, b'it Mr Rebel General bury. ]matter -

, or sneak back, or git back somehow Stonewall Jackson wiped -lout" its languidge of Paul!, about Alexander ihere. In Japan you c\ILLu)' a first

or somehow else, or ww'd stay contents 'generally in 1803,"'arnt I the Coppersmith' "May theLOI.J class house for $30, and live coin-'

: out forever and ever, amen and be havent since heard of it ia' Northern reward" 0111 accordiu to their The government, it is said, has fortably in it for two cents a day.

hanged to em, so called, I golly. Literature, I' hay heard of'a works.): i strong Lopes establishing peace Servants: charge 50 cents per month,

Up to this time it has been ',n skrub con Barn over about Wa- hiugton -< :More anonymous, with the Western Indians, by trea- and a horse and groom can be had

,. uphill business. The team was a I'' they call a Il publik, but BILL AIW.I' ty. Hostilities btilj continue iu for the same tithe for $1 1 .V), Cheap

good one ,nd the gnarl' all fennd" bur it alb likely U piow; tbll( grand 8.-Coiuin John .rhrllehn s. Arizona: ho\r ver. 1'1"1"(1 fro live in '

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Semite the Intro Legislation in Miw1sSippIr. Corrpnponilcne ihe Bn.' nnA" erald. Gen Jnbnl A. Curly
Heporl on ;{ ,
d.W tJtlU tlithttt. d'iic1lo of hot'ctt xn Labor., Nets York Items. Confedeiale, General AnLT writes
The Mississippi Leuislatuie wh.ch: ad- -
In the Senate on yesterday, Mr. STEELS, ji'iiinpd sine die a whom lime since, enact NEW YORK, Dec. 30, 18C6. from Hav.ma, under date of December
A POOR DEVIL has turued up in this 18lh. lo the New York Yeue, M follow :
Edwin A. Hart &,W.; A Shober, of Duval county, from the Joint SpecialCommittee ) eda number of important laws, and chief cOnlmispl at Ion of
\lesemves Ihe '
city u "Hav ni seen i' staled in oeveinl paperiliiiblished
EDITORS AID PROPRIETORS. Inquire what, means, if any, among :hem are four acts concerning the nil henevhlent 111"' oIlS. Hin na'iie is C. ) in the United Slnlcs that I am

the Staleho"J1
T.ALLAIIASSFL1L t the, inimigrn'tion\ of hardv laborers front for the creation; of County Courts, with ihe construction of the new court house. through your columns that Ihe-c is no

THURSDAY Europe, to "revive her\ Industry and detel- inferior and to the It leaked out at the meetina of the Beard Il'ulhl1.hlr'r in Ibis statement.; I
JANUARY
11,1866. ciiminal.jniisdiclion that this haidwoi -
of S nptl'Ylsul'l yesterday have neither made nor authorized lIch
ope her great i resources, made n brief but Cb'snit Couiti. Titer, are, to be Meld, 1 once ..king, poor fellow!l only receives a sal ailicaiiiin| | and would not accept' a pardon -

conipielipushe and ableRppoif. We will in each month! This Court consists i of aiy at forty thousand dMari a year, and from the, President of the United
Florida Sentinel.Mr.
Agents for the publish' it in our next 1 issue ; premisingthat the Probate Judge! Vnd two Justices of that he has actually diawn twniy lli'-us Stales if giatniloiisly tendered. me with

D. II, WILSON atQnincv.Mr. it takes a view of the subject and of the Peace. The next I Is an act to confer nand dollars for his last six months' that ser out condiiinns or lesliictions of any kind.I .
THOMAS JFJIKINB, at Madison.Mcssm. vices. No wonder the work on have nothing to rtaret in the course
DREW &. OAKLET, at Jackson our \position and condition, which will no civil rights on fieedmen. Thi bill authoii.es building lajs-most anyone would be pursued by me dining the late war, ex

.Till. doubt be approved and sustained! by the this class of persons to sue and! apt to be' slow In. "constiuuion" jobs at cent that my set vicesveie not of mor i "f

MRj. T. C. BAHRKTT, at Ga1Pestlile.Dlr. great majority of our citizens. It is this be sued, to hi'ing! suits against white perSons such a sahry-neailv a thousand dollars al'R:111I:1 the cause for which I fought! ; '/;.
C. E. Jonxpox Monticello.! I a week, not III mention the pickings faith" of that .:
that in the .t'l'lIt'nt slate of our finances and my the justice csureis
$ and testify in all cases on which I hey '
Poor Tucker. I lIe will be "tecunst uct ,
Itlr'V.'L. STROM iAlt rt Centievillp. not at all shaken by the lesnlt. I .
and with probably' more laborers In our
to the record. It eel
are patties compels a incurred
hive mil given a parole 01 any
norro\iC4l- and not- Itetarx'd. midst than are positively needed, if they frl'pllmnn to have a law fill home or tm CLAIUS ox: E. GU .-Gto. B. Dpto obligation} to ihe authorities of the Urlll :$

Flrit Vclumo\ "'"ndell'* R'nckrtone's' Com will but work, it is best to confine our efforts ploymenton the second Monday of Jan one of the iichp and most tespeeialilameichants I l led SI aces, and I 'u.Icily disdaim all .al. r

m.nlorle.f)' name I I. on the back. The per' for the present, to the government nary of each year.! IL punMi any per of Boston has sent a memorial leaiance! to, or dependence! upon, the c' v.

son IIHVIIIR this book will ohtlito me >iy leaving and encouragement and training of these son nho shall entice a f eednian from his to Coiigieclaiming front the British I pinment I of that Cllltl.II')'. I am a foluiilaiy -
fur the destruction of his exile fiom tuy''tin countiy, becau* .' '
lit this office" MM\ FIM Vol. lTjhnm' Mental government,
I .. labOl ers, giving them every opportunity' mplojment. Both parties to the contract the 1 ain not uillinz lo submit Lo Hi"* foieignr '
PMInjophy. >l\0,1.,2.1, d and llh Vol.. Dick ship, -the. Ileio-)by the Alabama: ,
eno' works, Pptprwin' i-dlllim. Alec, lit anl 3d and a fair trir.i! before looking elsp. me held lo a strict fulfilment of its I cum of >0800,000.? .The claim has already Yoke imposed iiioli| it ,
where and that experiment fail been made our'Minister to England .. -- f"
'Vol.'nnm.lII.tory: of nnglnn.d An PCMOfcm ; should conditions. The thiul of the seiiesisen- by :(
'Ire any of the above hooks will\ do me a favor our only recourse then will be foreign labor titled nn act to regulate the relation! of and repudiated|' ...: MI'' Upton, theicfoie. TilE AIKXANDIUA NEGRO RIOT.-Th. if";1!

by returning them to4htf office. which there ", probably>' be as little : appeals, : to oilr goipinment lo suppoiti Alexandria, Virginia; Jouinal, in giving! 1 1RII
E. A. RAnT muster and apprentice as relates freed! i"jlll In his claim; as he, as a private citizen i
of riot there Cinistmiu y:
account a on
difficulty in Introducing into Florida :
as men. free liegioes and mulattoes, which has no other meMisof .led e .s. 'l'bgre

t STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.-See noticof'meeting In any other State SUUlI'. authoiizes the Piobale: Com to Wild out is hai 'lly a doubt thai Congress! will take Day, says : ftl
lIch action as will make it the dlltnC "Wliisli'.v Qowid'n, streims from; many .!
of the stockholders of the ao an apprentice' any orphans or negro! I I
What Acxt il'i- Amlulini, 'nation to peremptorily' de ri-sta.iran 91, awl fiom sonif it 'WM' dl'al/
Fensacola and Georgia Railroad. children, whose paiei:t or patents are 1111' baud froth Gieal, Britain the settlement! .1111 ns hlipially to I IIi e coloied 1'1'/0).1.' l ai

The Radicals! in Congress have con willing o unab'e: to mppoit\ them, aivins of all I our claims for injuiies to our com 10 the whites. Early in the nvmtine j it
cocted still another scheme to keep the coerce by the Aluban and SliPtianduah, ohpl"I'.IIIIlt all time
was .vipng hegmeti.ii "
Messl'II.: G. W. & A. M.'.Scott the preference tn the for mer owner, if the
South in subjugation and defeat thePresident's shall flu d! other British ciuiseis.NOVPL \\' > w ell armed, Ki"tin2 enmniriie/ .(>
& Co. Court
deem such former 1I1l'r t'l bea '
al on rally livii1'ii I, the inntning/ *tnt>)
We would call attention to ibe Advertlsetnent policy. They now ptoposeto fit and TEIKOIIAPIIIXO. the ei>ilydnjs
proper| prison. It I is made time ibis coulllr.Ih... I". m. had, as-nined such) fenful p"fnM-
in
of lrlpgiaihin ,
sand detachments the |
of this film In to-day's Inpl'rTI'E' .- of Reconstruction duty of the Shetill all ,ircorded "ii along lions tint Hie ;M),uor f.umd ii, meCessarY: .'

have assortment of goods on Committee in different directions of the counties lo call upon the miiitaiy authorities to
a nrw to report" to the: Court narrow trip| of paper froip which they

hand, and are daily in expectation of jidditional lhrollgh' the Southern country, ostensibly I, s<.mi.annually, all freedmen! under e'gh! Hem I'usilIl'a, by I the opeialors' For; .supmess. : it, Three C'liupnnies'I"lh'h. of Han-
IIck'ptt'rRIlS ff nideied
< It will be seen that to examine and I report' upon the condition mrny' years, however this system has were > .S
supplies. teen yean of age! who are okphan iVc. and '
"III., pioceedeil to ane t. I'\'e 1'4'ne
and who
bepn di ird *
ilt opMaloi
an
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of affairs > <
they ate inid; to make advances on cot : but. in reality, to delay 'I'he last is an act of the vagrant! 1 l"ws of carob jisiin_ui'b the signals by ear, hay, found engaged in I iiotilA.i ; al"l dSoidfilycoinlnct. "

ton condoned to :Messrs. HODOKISS, and finally slave reconstruction 01'// the State. Yagiaucy: ender its pint'is.iop e"lIs.lt"1 be of much' use Wi- still havf'all'"I.g : \I any" p"'rys:< luiii been s'rioiisly )

SCOTT & Co.. stew York. of which latter any decided action on it dining the pies-I is promptly pnn'shed.: HIP fipcdinenme u< a fi.w of the\ old. school leleg.aj } and diiiLeiously: wf tiiloil, ( befm ,
they appeared, on the scene iff nctjonj, ,.i
session the ,bi,'m>. hn have never been able I III ) |
eat of In short
fiiiii, Col.! 0. W. SCOTT, 8'> nr\}l known us I Congtess. nut to be iillnwed, : ,loown\ or lease rearm, the lit'"lItpl11 which is more easily It'RM found thai between ITity AIM! n "1''

the Colonel ofthe6ih FIOI ida Batiallion plan is) the same as?thal adopted during teal estate-a: piorisjo'i' which will pm" 1ma- lea lied by young\ pparons. Ciiadually hundred "f lime I n.h'ndf's: of llir trion ;

1 I. a member. They deserve the pat on. the Kansas embroglio when an Investigating I lly\ be ?objected, to bvoithem. radicals the older. opeintois have abandoned, ihebikini's1ami 'lis lIrbnnces thin: go.ng on thunijli"..uutthr I
Committee down I Aoled their : city, weie sent to the slavi-pe! i, and
eneiiies to
age of the people of om State. was sent Southern to Le- but which, ns the, Legislature had I the or her" tiiiisuiis. Even Ihn voting !ladip-t, theme! ciniipelli lo .itMinin: ilti ing! the 'ie- iJ
Unqnestioinbly
comjtOH. I C,," tilllliUl\.l1 power to enact it, will he1"i j luindieds of whom baie, lenined, the mainilei of the 1l.1,. thane' "f lli'm' unp

L R. Siayiici's Advertise "E'ople'o1l be delighted to see RIMIMR r iidly! enforced! by the I people! and authoi-" Hade, and a gieiit tnaiiv nf \\lioin havebecinle )'I"'Ill'rdaIlIl1rllillg released, while lie
ments. WADR FEPSENDEX WILSO. .S.C. !more guilty ale 81111111 roiiiliirnifiu,''
the
itiea of Migsis ipi.; piottcient' teli'ginpiiaii, u>e ,
We invite the attention of the public to iS.c., just at this lime ; but will they ---_+.e-- "ear v'tpm" plllil't'IBllt there is in --

extensive, stock of Mr. L. R. STATNEB, come T They have impudence) enough U the, employ' of the Xmeiioan Company, ROBBKIT About a week ago a package
Gov. IVaiKer Inauurul.; i-iuiuming Ikieiily-iwn tuui l lHiimb
Wiibliiniiioii who is deaf <
at a man an '
advertised in another column just received them through almost 'I wis-ed the ""
; carry anything.This !: EDITORS OF SrrraaLThe: : Moss'- vend! vet he is a good "sound'1, was ( from sate of Me-sr,
from New YOlk, composing almost step would, however, require a display operator lie applies his knee to the tar Lightf.ut J1rll1t'5, grocers, and, the "1M- t}.
of Governors State i
EPS lo Legislaturesare .
everything in demand in this section of considerable courage-moial, big! on which tin1 instrument insts, and ter was plaui-di, the hands: nf Colonel, .b
nsnalh.co i alike, drat one haulU I'ummit fur elnc '!atioll. Tin Chief/ infonns '
of Ihe country, and for sale at the lot physical-in which, (moral as well as I I llius bthe btiiisp' of "feelnu" is able to l
thinks of reviewing: then Not! so with "'n>iil" Ilie .1:11011.::: tiansmllted, him us thaI he has succeeded in Having ;d

lowest figures. physical,) they are known to be 1 enlarka the message o'G"iveinoi DAVID S. WALK-' Who sins ",lucre is ii' timing, : new under ,ilie thru to a MI:all npgio ling, about .I,'{
--. lily deficient. By all means, let them I the Mini, tijht years old, eniilovrd| tn sweep| omit
Public Address. come En, to the present Legisla'uie. -.--- amid attemmml1)! piiniiiN. T.io b >.'s stoi' ;.r "f
In style, it is eij'i'.l: to lire cclebiatedconipositiirp I is, llul he found, (lie MH.| open( saws: f'I
Hon WILK. CALL, United States Sena- -- Grecle Coiifedeiutc Generalt. .
on
) wanting to take five cents. I seized the \
known La. the "Vision if ;
tor elect at the request of the House of The Seciet Treut I,ackage! heard M>IIIH one ellllli,,", audi ."
BepresentativesFwill address: the Genet i Advices from the city of Mexico contain Mnra I and the first paiagianh:: in Johnsum's The New: Yoik Tribune 1ms a' Clnist, thrust it into his put'ket He umlft orgy r

some very interesting: statements only Nmvl Rasselas. In mallei no uppurrumiity| nf met um: ning it to I he are
Assembly this evening, at lialf-past. seven nun aiticle uongiati.laling Lime coiinlt\
is what the times i"j 'lining the day ami lonk il tourer witi!
dt.'l1Ialldedcalm dispassionate :
pith
I lefeiei ce to the treaty entered into ,
o'clock, in the Hall of the House." upon the !pi-acfful iimnnei in hich the linn, lull! his mother i of it wlfii it win/

by France, Aiibtiia, Italy, Spain and Lug. film Generals (i,n either sidc have betieiIhemseltei uijieeil, to keep it-his In, other John sri-.

Masonic Grand Lodge, Ac.: and, to guarantee ;Ma\imilhan's throne It poitrajs the various views of past t to the urmi an: ) \putsniuuf liff. ling up and stocking:: store' with 1\ poi- .

It is no\ alleged that 'this was par|' Liza ns with a master hand l, nnd, vet Norm of tin momSeverul panics aie ,
The Giand, Lodge and Giand Chapter, treaty Here are some of them :
Meet rlcn' of mmitlal either implicated{ in the concl'IlmclIl\ll.1, il i 14
signed sixteen a to party -
months
some since bE'forE'the
R. A. :M., of Florida, have been in snssiov "Look at the va-t nin'titnd' of rontiM thought::: not nioi'e than ati...musanddoilarsof
in this city since Monday Ia. < Vis: 'un- wai closed! and when the opinion, was moil! he, leaches, the' chniiicier of the beaten, -comiittpl IPPII, whose talorha ibe anlolllllL stolen will he irTelegraph <>v..lld..1aOH .-

dristand that all the, Lidges in the State universally held abioar that the rebellion noble. Floiidnn, I lie Mend, and companion almost t atoned for the' Bins of lE'hpl-llion' -

of Gen. JACKSON G.,,'. CALL and Our gallant b' uthea j'
", would be successful. Tie guarantee of ; gray are ----
repiesented.
are t' J; I: he integijty of Maximillian's Lnipiie whilst, fiom" kin-hip{ G v. WALKFR did even now ulanioi, ng.iround Washingon\ ,'' I A NEW YORK 1\OTIO-S"mE"lb,5"
) &c. "1':;: o wilh IIP Gcneialt, of the icbrllion.
of the Militia not write the citizen rf Flor- ago'a 1011I&11l'a fonui\ la time tie tvi'f.
Organization however none, every
!
remains, though it has not been The gieutesl of them all i i. now a New Yoik
handcuffed
A thurou_h-goinlt Militia Mil! is now deemed prudent to make il known up, to \ill i will know who was infant, and I have: 1 teacher of mat ematics in a nniveisitjShei -, station' linuse, apdUer; Miff hm-bind vva taken sent tithe >

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Wider consideration in both Houses-ieported his lime. Now, it is ''bought adt'isable! taken the ''ibeilj of wiiting it. :: man's and laiboad:gr' pat aniagonists biuinpss.are (hi the ex. for HIP husband a\.)'ear-d and! slated

by Mr. FINFOAN, in the Senate, 10 make it public, it..being afti.med most The policy) recnmnll'nrl..d'to ihe Legis i I dieaded press aureaard will sll you The a mien tiok that be kept| hai.dcnKt. becau-e his wife

C and by Mr. MAXWELL, in the House, from positively, that Maximillian's throne isecure latuie, as far as it goes, is judicious and el front New Orleans lo Jackson ; :and i if! was an "unguieiiiuhle! cleat; uuen, aid
I II luuiu: had a I 1111.. ,liagrpPII'E'ut .
in lhmniniiiu
the Joint Committee ; that Fiance I is pouring an Immense \ bE'. Afier reading and leading! the, yon wauKo send a' uini|'l.. of hams lo a he had, Plltlh..111 on' her Td' isii
.
tiienil in I Juo
Richuiunil JOIrIl
I remarked to II' noon u If lima toll, onceeanutaudrr
message: released '
army into Mexico, to make everything IIl'c; was ji hot the bli.ion! and
of aimies
Important Decision. finest intellect in the Slate that I knew great vvillcauythem. ,.
,
safe and ceilai-i and that the United
: The luau whose Will ks Giant
Mr. League! Surveyor, Memphis, com- Staes: Go eminent, through MI SEW of hut three ml'lI.llru. could have written moved upon) at DoneNon, edits an iiulif We suppose, says the Nashville I'ni'oa,

mun'cates-to the papers of that city the A liD, Secretary of Stale, has "ma.le terms" it, and two of those were dead; one fel put newspaper/ in New Orleans, while this New Yurk hu.1aIHIluuld, be greatly
following letter from the Acting Secretary ROBERT BCRNS who had the coimnaiider of the rebel cavahy at shocked to htt-r of bandcufli Ii
of Treasury : with France, givmg.pledges not to interfere was independence Coiinih j is Ins local reporter Mai.shallpiaclices ) Veins )placed *;

in Mexican affairs. enough!. to sayliny law l-j New Oi leans Foriest isluniiiiiii on a Georgia nesro: and! oulil dll-
TBEAECT: (! DEPARTMENT, -) ."."'L.L__'_" ..... ,_ .. ; .
maud for .
'i: December 22, 1865 > uou oe innnKiui, i can beg.The : aaaw mull ; Dmck tuylor is now liiiaiantees better treatment 1.. "

SIRThe Commissioner of Internal A PRACTICAL IDEA.-The Agent of the other, was Sir' WALTER: SCOTT, who having a,:?:!'.,..} time in XI'W"OIk ; Hu pl',1)1)01' f .e ,leceiving the State bi}Lk Iutu tin National .

I' Revenue has determined that the lax on Veedmen's Bureau in Macon is engaged wrote the chapter' containing:: the! outstail A. is a daily practitioner at our Legislature: ,
com is ; and so .vitli tire rest of this bold,
cotton shall, be collected at its ]lace of .taking the census of, the negroes in of Wateiley in a company of diagoons..:: vindicate and ambiln.m lace of "

deteimination, ao best for the interests of that city for the, purpose of finding out My distinguished friend replied, "you men. CJtbout to Leave.The ;.
coromeice. The instructions of the Com- f---- Richmond Tinni stakes the following
all who .
not
DIe legitimately employed, or I can white as good DAVE
Cnstom'fi ames-ege as
missioner of to you of 15th of Circular.The singular statement
September jast are, therefore, I'e.cinded and sending them tc'some sections 'that WALKEK" I read to him several pm'ions :

With great respect, are in lie d of labor, This is decidedly a ( of the Inaugural Address, when! he! following Circular has' been issued We are informed that many of the.

'I 'W>{. :C.!': CHA DLEB, rood movement, and if tarried out to the called me to stop ; saying nobody LIIDA'S by Col. OSBORM I Comtuhsioner) of the Sufc'esand' Ge-grans who recently ai. 1.
Acting Sec'y of the Tiensury. letter in all cities will doubtless Freedmen's B area4 for this State : ,lived hem e fioiu the North, for the purpose .
relieve WALKER could have
wiiiten that '
John League, Surveyor of Customs, Tallahassee Dec. 30 ) of engaging in tilling! the soil, ate
Memphis, Trim them of a great deal 9f mischief which! is Addiess' He felt what he said, and whate 18G5. about "pulling tip sticks" wjih the intention

The: instiudions of the 15th September;' committed by vagrants who have no honest > said was truth. God bless the man. CISCCLAB No. 10. of "pitching their tents" in the.

refel red |10, directed him to clear no way of making! a living COLUMBIA When settlements hare nol been madE'betwp..n bar West. 'Ihey are satisfied with tlie '
... __ ,Ianlel sand laborers by the wanes! allowed! and Balnbi ity of the c'i-
steamboat unless satisfied ihat the Inter, NEWSPAPER TERPRlsB.-Tbe CIIAIS-OAXG.-The tiridiy of Jnnuary, 18G6; the agents:; of mate, but the fair goes very Imam d wit t
pal Revenue lazes bonded Macon -THE, Augusta Con- this Biiiean in Circular their Diiiinnclut.!
were paid, or designated No. 9, They state that bacon, v
t to be paid. Telegraph has now its regular conespon-: 'B sliluljorial j i l ht alluding talhe, chain gang from. Ibis l.fficeI ill see that the settlements cabbage! and, corn "dodsers" they cannot -

J e dents Washington, Liverpool and Pai is.It which has been inaugurated' by the mil! ale made an early as possible accoi Bland, and moreovf fthey can't wmkon } '

THE INCOME TAX.: -It is said that I a says : laiy and 'ulcil'al' auihoiit in Savannah ding to ',the histiucuons 1 ptevlou-ly such fare, without milk,, butter 01!
fu' misbed these\ agents fresh meat for a change.A '
respectable minority, if not i s majority ot This does not come properly under the for the punihhment of vagrants and I'lantem will nol be permitted to order :

the member of the Finance and Ways head ,of foreign .repondence at the vicious freedmen and who have been the laborers (runt 'their present domlcils Bio CARoo.-T- bblp Virginia,; *i\-\
present time and
we
I' and Means Committees of Congress are In friends we mean, no treason assure our Yankee consigned to the charge of Alderman Gus, until a final settlement is made for 1805, ed fiom Savannah Liverpool on the

favor of t the I repeal of the income sectionof .-----. .---- ---- Chairman of the Streets. aid La.ies Com between the pat lies. >lh, with 3 170 bale of cotton and 669jbls.
Any ,planter or any person having
the Tax Law, and, in lieu thereof, the tif" lion. E. J. IIABDES. of Savan. mittee by whom they are made to do plowed la hoi el s for 1805, and I having eni rosin.

Imposition of a tax on sales, which, atone rah, late! Judge of the Confederate State good service, remarks: compelled' them lo leave Ibrir hornet 1.7 Cal, Schuu ha been

per cent., will produce a revenue (one Court for the District of Georgia, has .This will not only have, the effect ofde. with..ut payment will'be: reported by .Inoiish the South in the last few extensively i molilbs

I bundled and t1l'E'J1tymillion of dollars ; been pardoned.by the Piesidtnt. siring oiheis front ciiinn-for they hate the agents military to, this au Bureau.liuiitiea for In the the action of but, though aGeneial.liediln'lBetlheie,
and receipts for dividends a singular lrejulice against manuil labor case during tin lnuuvtllt
on reuts, --- war.- Joutnal.
upon .c.'r.. \Y, OSBORNE::!
of this sort-but will do much to. ,
ij. locks, &c., &c. 17 The Macon Telegraph says all the wards putting streets in :good; otder.. Col. & Ass't C9m.. B. R. F, & A. L,, Fla.
The .
j troops) black and white, In ,that_ military Anything to keep time idle \\'ork-for >->" Boston steamer stud New CoinmontteiUh York on the

\ t7' The deaths from cholera In France district, are to be mustered out of service while at work they cannot be carryingout 17 A fall pf snow on the 30th ult., extended with the depot and thirty route six ,tars iteiher

during the month of October nee four I In a few days.iv' their thieving, raixchevous plans. front. BaUituore to Boslon. TbBoston destroyed by flue mi the 29ih "II

thousand and twenty, and three hundred t.: Oeus.putt and Longsiieet reach I l papers) nay the ;sleigh bells were --_. -
Over $500 in have
specie been coj I The Memphis and rl
and erenty-nln from, tbe sixth to the I Itn'lttll ecied: in Houston, Texas, for the wjdo'v ed New Orleans on the Fame day, and j jill iillg merrily through the streets of Lai been miiiely rebuilt, exaelItiugtohe

: Off Noremller. e Stontwtll Jlckl\1D both stopped it th,. 6u Ct rlt 1-Iat.l. tbaC tats for Ihe'8r. tine Ilti, I9lton. bridge OUT lie TWIIlIWt river.




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IKLA'I UUE.OF TilE LEG- BY TELEGRAPH From|Special iYuchington-'I'hrll'rt'ai ilespntoh 'o tho I.oiil vlllo Coiilrtr.] ,I IT -iF-MA-R. KETS.' I McKIBBIN & ALLENHAVE

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(''!IIt's Policy Cisiiiiiiijj Uroiind.WABMINOTON << t Savannah Market.SiViSNiH .
SENATE.TUESDAY :. From 'Vushngton. lIKiiln
Dec. 30.-Evidence of Orre8\
January 9th, 1868. the event's ,paiiyli stionger todaythan tau, Olli, 806.CoybsWe VE NOW m 8TORB
CO ''mES:3. quoto lo.d Hy nO follows :
Senate met-n' quorum piebent.Pinyer ever lipfoie. Assuiancei ,of support! Ordlnnry......<.Nomliml!.
by the Chaplain.Niiiiiinatftins WASut'otnc. Jan. C.-Senator Sumner of the AIll11i'll' tr'al\on\ policy have been Low MliMIIng .... 45U40Mlddlliil
+ to office by the Governor, to dav, Introduced peti.ioni from the lecc-ued from nnespectedaourees., ? .,. 41 A 48 The Largest aud Handsomest
colored people; of Alabama and Missis, Htrlcl MluMHi.i 49Oo A- ,
"or Hamilton, Alncliua and Franklin coiiutle' As was eTpec.ed; tin oppnrtiiiilly at, d 6Un I .
Mlddling-------------------------- -
were cmintined.+ eippi, I the formnr askina CoriEK-fiS to se- folded to the Senators and l It II 1'1 c enla' ''Ttie; nho:
The bill to ratify nn Ordinance of the cine their freedom!' lIIlh't'm, end the latter tires to feel the [lut-e of their/ consiitu In held thoiiich are rely the Illllo quotntlonmit Flat been done.which 1'hte cotton reo ASSORTMENT OF

lute Convciilion legalizing! all laws |invs.rd asking for the right of suffidze ; also putt, )1154 resulted in the conversion of ci'lptu since thn 20ili tilt burn been im folio" :
since 1800, repugnant to the Cmntituiinn one from the colored people of Coloiado, several! of the most nlnei'vnnl. of the Radicals 5UI\ b lies of Upland, 1 307 eta Inland 1 cnlCon. 'I'ho

of the Slate and of the Ur.ited: piotestini nsainsllke I leroanition! of I hat to Ihe' views of the AdmUtLstiallnnThere exports,during",), and lio 134 came a"ulnlin.d in rlod-hive lunvliijt been on 8,04J timid,

States was lost-yeas 8, nays 15. Stale, on account of the radical injustice is no doubt entertained thai\ pupil o Hlilpoimrd' l, not clcnic'1, n Block of 13,041 DRY GOODS
Mestia. Finegin, Cottrell and Poe were done them in the Slate Qonstit(1tinn.Mr tile rpconsiinclion! measures of PiesidentJulmson lots tiplniiii, mid 1,375 eta Inland !
Williams introduced) a joint resolit fen Inland, from Otto to $1.25.1'Atntrxpor'eetncodept. : .
appointed! a ci'tmnillee of coifd epee on will be Misinincd 1 tit an early! day .
lit180four month
the Ilmue bill to amend practice and tion pioposing: an auiendnipnt", to the by lioili llnnses of Congiess. lire 81,182 I nles. ,) EVER OFFERED FOR
SALE
,.lpndingM Con til IItlon, pioxidmii that Congress The arrest of SerumI''' is stiOTigly con o'Lotm-tl0 n $15 for nuptrflito and fiincy.Jon1 IN ixo-
IIILI PA8 'ED.-To antlioii/e sale of hall I never have the lower to apptopiiate.money denined in ceimin rfllcUl quaiters. ( -$1 10c n $I 40o nccordlnif to quality. RID.Consisting \ '.
hid emmmits' for the BUTTRII-4;jo n 6jo } Ctit'KO 22" a 30c ,
eechrate'l' lands ol John Eaton, decnaipd. as emancipation I'heie teems lo be a ditponitini lo avoid li,t:'WAT-In 400."r"ll\t 400
'!', (give jurisdiction lo the Criminal! of slates in I the U i ited I Slates. all leifionnibiliiy in the pieroiies, and to I.ABD-22oa30c, i

Court: of Dnvnl riiuiuy, in caves tit P1tPl'lillg ; Mr Trumbull mtinduced I a bill to enlarge refer" the mailer to the Naval Conn, for 1''TATor.s1 n tt PI' bbl tock: large in part of t
KIOB llo 14o Ib, ,
the the Fieedrnen's'Bit n per ,
llrpe bundled powcisoT his trial has been iniliciled. It I is
10 ,
{ d"lIlI''pns lint j set SUGAR -bronn 1'00,1,. 15o; yellow do", lOc, j "*V
:% iinyt 9.To .I. lean.Mr expected I that il will be discovered that crushed 22o, muscovado, IfteMiOltriiEl ,
Drown and Bleached a
: sire purchaser of School and Seminary Spauldingr, of Ohio, made a speech Semmes was included in the sunemler lIt ,- but bbls. .to 00, lo kits Ko 1, Muslim/
cnnteii tins that Countess alone has timepower $3,00, No 2, $2,75.tlALTS,16 .
lamU (tit Cher time to mak pay the ijniiilmin forces Iris trial and cnn : .
'ments.To! to Five vitality to the South, and victiun are urged/ here, upon' the gKiutid ou-.I"rk piTuncJr.On IlIrgo, entOtP frOm ntora nt f25 Jaconet,. '
establish records of Bradford coun requi ina new' guHranteBs as to the basis of sustaining our policy ajiainst JCngUiid, nj.in per ihou"iuid.Vni3KKT "
of lefliesentation.Corijieis! \ -Tliodcmnnd for nil irmdcii of\\hlgkloi -
'iy- rather than other. It is le
upon any durlnir the pant week uai" g od, panlcnlurly Cambric, and
A resolution to adjourn .fle d't, on the I h.is adjourned Monday. gild d necessary fur the position takenin "r the /finer gnuli'K Tho Block la ((""'"K I"1( *
llth of J.nllllry, ;\'as 'Rdo. |>tt>d. Suit Against Socrcuu-y Stan. .diplomatic coiiespomlenco that I lltrlit. We Quo'e Olhson'.rld,,"'.& (:u'e uhlHkuy '.
House! ipsiilnilmi relative!' : to. itiflcales'oYtncHilicis !" ton. Semmes and otln>i.i should be treated' as follows :iJiiiibleitlmlllfd old Rye, \VhUkey, Swiss, Muslins, ,xFt
'per gallon. $310 old ;M inoMgiihiMkWhlekcj
and officM! wu ;.ulcod. Ail- Natty YORK. Jan, 4.-A suit was commenced here, not as Confederate prisoners of oar, ', per gal $3 Superior. :CO old Bourbon ',
Juul'tieil.( J. in the Supreme Court today but as pit aies. I WIoI ku)' per gal I (3 40. Canton Flan* '

aaainst Sicielaiy" Stanton, by James '
HOUSE. :Middnz'in' alle_ed'fniMe linprisoiiment.. Naval EaMagensents.<< ,I; *
1f"II'p \\tnt t1rt1'H.tmtnt Ticking, .. '" :'!'
met-a quorum" presrut. The damages: claimed ate, 100,000. On then3ltt.f! : November, the Chilianman : .

Prayer by the t'liaplninbiMcril SIlOOriXG AFFAIR BETWEEN };DI. .of w'ar' Esmeia'da! captntod theSpanish tt '

lepoils were made by Coinin: TORS. gunboat Ci'voilcraa, off Papulahavini ; Blankets: ':

tees RtciiMoiiD: Jan :5.-A fihootinir affair nn board, the* punish Adiniial'a SALT SALT !
On motion Messrs. Mizpll: IIowsp aid occurred in the hall 0:, the capitol to-day coil polldl'lI:,, The ellngenIPIILla, leri Cloths ant
Lausner WIMP a pnin'eil, l a CoiiiiniMee to 1 f\f\ Sacks Ground Liverpool Salt
; half an Imui. The Spanish boat lost two
between :
Mr
Pollaid of the Examiner,
HJ\J now heli fdl oh.irgcd from Brig "Tubnl
wait [Ion, Willc C..Ilild. / invite (
I im
upon| men. The, piisoneis taken llel e a commandant "
and :
:I Messis Tyler and Col"iiiPii of the Oiiln, r"r."lev L. H. STAYN&It. Ca8IImere.Ladies' .
it'i address'' the GfMiei" Assembly on Enquirer: Sixhots i were filed" without six officeis/ and one bundled Jail 11, 180;!it! __

'Thll, .lal'' fteiniiii: Next any dam\z bring done. The affair and ten men, wluo were Heated kindly by
(. BILLS I'ASBRDtr'ot' the relief of :Mis.Mn diiC''d great excitement, 'pros the athoiitifi and the people.( The com WHISIIES. .
: ili.i, M tlwil-) W22:!:! uaya 10. Brander of the EMiieialda was promoted
To erotic. ty an.l I uiujinl ce, tarn acts inrrlatinn THE NEW HAMPSHIRE nEPUBLI. to Post Caplain. XM Iilnkey nnd Cabinet Whiskey, Dress Goods.
CANS ON TUB PRESIDENT'S:: POLI burri'IB III',I'ri\'c Brig "Ki'nahuw "
lo e!U|>tiniis" fl out unit ot home The Chili ins hive also captured a duo from New York per Komilo b>' now

xlpiiiN and ulk i' PIOJKMIV. CY. 1 Isunch of the Spanish lullhnat,1tpsoluci I.. It. STAYNKB.in .

To incn'.i-.B ihi. |pouera of Mi\or 01 In- CONCORD, N. II., Jan. 3,-In the Republican on blockade duly I bel.\eer Tonic and Talcnhuano. 11, 1806-3t French Merinos,

ilrinlaiii of cities or IMIVIII, \\iih the excl'!"- State Com'ention held here! to- '. The 1 Inuncli cnntained one gun

ition of J.icksomilli! A is f, resoliuions wets adopted! declaims and fo ty men, an,1I I/o' uedfor watcl.- SUNDRIES.
To 'pimi I'\e\ the mode\ in which certain that t the lone and tempei: [ of the Pie-i- !ii'a the niDxemetils of vessels near the English Merinos,

,fiffioeia ,ihcre'n natnec! .' clay bit impeached dent's :Mes.aop met with the fiim appm-' Lore, The Chilians had aimed a small f f) ISoi'OM Cheap Tobacco-3fi to 40

anil "irmovdl (rout flict, I val of the Republican part and. mums boat called!! Independenceilh two or ,itO a Box cents'a,"Nurlhro '"01 Tobacco, Alpacas
1'" aiiifl .4 I the .SKVPIH! acts r"lIlIlilill well for the success of the! present ads 1 threP, nriins, and one night she (,,11111 with 25 Sack.. Pi Inn- Rio Colluo, .
'j>il'ilaje on the St Juhns river.. ministiaiion.' 'the launch which !Mie. (lied al and ordered 2j Barrels, (}nod Fulntty Flour I

TH iota' eIae! the vil* 'ie- of Jmlice ofthe The resolutions also declare that the to Mop. This don and the lights, beinjt 3 C'lioli)lace: Black lirmi'lkB" Htiifruporo b>' the: enm Pepper, for, family use, French and English Poplins, .

Suii| 'nip Couit and Circuit JIIlrie'el l ,- scheme to plant by foreign; baonelian put out, the Spin.iaids jumped over- Cut I-ouCSutmr, Siew nrrr beet,

\ \. "4, 1I11 'H 13.ro Ansliiin despotism m Mexico i is a sland1112 lioaiil and fit themsehes, pusuiieis. AlmonilH, Hiclly, mflBliull, !Poll de Cheevers
do I.lHlion
cti'iki :McG.u'H creek. paper hull ,
out insult to and .
inn power a menace toour -- ---- BonleiuiiViiluutii,
,To ti\ the pity of niPintieis and officcu repllbl cal: institutions. 1.7 Gen. Wilklni Kendall who was KiHmilB, 8icll>', *

of the Geneial! Assembly.To NEW YORK MARKETS.NEW for so many years connected with the 40 KIKH: Nut 0, Cut, 4. 8n lOn rind 12., Plain and :Fancy
Kino <>,td 'fubllcc,
; Hmoklng In 1 Ibuckntn.
i' Minvf obstiuaions!I in the Withla-) New Orleans has again taken
Picaume,
\\holiwilporrutiill.. L KJin. ,
IrrAYNXlt.
YORK, Jan. ,1-1'h. cotton mar :
ch""cllt'e ril'l" ', nn inteiesi in I lie paper, For I the last II, 18f111-31 AllV 001
ket is stead Middlings closed at, 52 ,
:1'ipiinildjTo Rllli( { evolutions on Federal to 53 cents.) seven or eijhr %seats ;?thi". Kendall b..n.Mrs SITUCKvtcii: tile smgiuur results: c

ltrhui"iig. in tie, stock lai-inn business in Texas ve his endeavors at self sacrifice an
Na\al dull
Motes Delaines
auiioiir| < --- ,
Gold closed al 143 18. t tIV rhe oxclaimod as he threw the
In; rojmoney to,lJuilt a Couit House! and Oen lIonkt'r'III'I\I'al sis has made tf pi;
1 --- 10 toi from him the
J.nl. sail hamcilh his fine form and hand t on third oucnsioi American Delaines
PIunhl" and le'-olntion in relation ID: r 7\M indicating something of the, some face It is doubtful .. he e- "Surely I am destined fur greats ( ,

the, FII.IIIII'II! I5iiie.ni I H lIliIlIPlltottlgl! !| III1I'IIII'heql1"s'' will ever lock well a:::ain.-Albany Jour (\ things 1"
'l'lIebiJJ to iejulateaiidcoiito! : ih] the aill lion, of t ircunbtiiicLion, it may, L6 mentioned na!. i t:a His Fancy Silks,

of Hlloituolifi, or lnio\icaiiii: liquors, w..s I that, the membeis of COlIgl','sa -..-.-- I thought was A

,!lost-> ea. 17, nays :!2. Adjourned., have sult.c"i ibed, up to this lime, for sev- aVMnj Gen, vTilbon, United StatesArray othat period Franco had many; me In great variety.
enlern llionsand of Mi. Suu mler's ein her
copies was married Thursday last, to a | service in India, possessed c

, SEN ATI;. late speech, in the Senate and the kubnciiplion lady of' ,ihn'iiRton, Delaware. is great ability and enterprise, ,whils 'V"l.n.1ior: ]aawZ1r3iI
list is :bout clo.sed j whilst for ..
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iWED ESD.Janual')' lOlh, IfeGu ethe agents of the company wer
Mr. Raymond' s speech they have oideisCU The Postmaster General is
Senate met-a qumnm piefent.Hepoits .n tot fifteen thousand copies for distribution rnp- 10te incompetent and sluggish. .1lhc AT ALL PRICES.

we.i': made by nerei.il
*. in rapidly. South. Ho je establishes two bunt J tivo Indians a revolt, which' 1

The bill to repeal the n'tlo amend the --. drod a week. I to -
assumed
once gigantic and terribl
practice and pli'nilmKs in I lie Courts was Cloths and Cassimcrcf
,
flare --- ----
NINE negi oi'S been'I anested at 1
proportions. of th
I,). Every quarter
lost U.
-yeas bays Tlnee Mile Creek, near Mobile, for the An Jllinoisian who has watched
I e ,
The bill to raise!' a tevenne for the Slate English possession was filled will I
tile '
niindei, of little wliiln hoh,'
a '
name IN GREAT TARIETV
a ns |'iaseil yeas 18, nays ". of Thoniis' Martin It appeals' thai Marlin the muskrats, predicts tho lightest s terror and (dismay, until the youth-V\ ,', ,
The l Senate weni into Committee of the winter since 1852-3. a -fill Ol* : t.
ti hoVR only twelie of ate s-.t.- M HOBS '
jeais
"Whole on th.,111\ to oigain/e::: the ;Milnia, had sold an old gun to a neirio" boy about, R. B, A. HATS AND CAPS
and after amending" it, tho bill was uiderK directing
fourteen )'ears.tlld., When last: seen, The French surgeons are -
\ to be enziosspd.MPIMS. )you ;Mai tin was in company' with the cl I olera subjects to learn the ,POST & HOBBY, BOOTS AND SHOES,
: Bievaul, Ouens and) Jordan
nl"llninlont wilh Inni obtain
net;10, ; to disease
were appointed a committee of confmriirp General Commission merchant,
the $3,;oU toi the ;?nn. HARDWARE o
to ace with a sin.ilar House com' _. ,
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mittpe, a' d coii'ei upon fltiu;? a day of NEW ORLEANS. LA.
Only two survivors of all those who NOTICE.f.W '
adjournment. Nov 14-2 IIDissolution CROCKERT
Mr. Steele, from! the Joint Select Committee I paiticipaied ri the war ot the Revolution __
made the mtiodiiclion BO fir as known by the Commission, \ There will be H Electing of
a ippgit on till "''Iockhol ei of IViihio I tetaniII, linniely : William Tin Ware &c.
cSpo
ot loiei2ii labor, tildes \uis lead Guoruln it",1r""J: nt thu otllcc or ,,
:l11"-MS: Cottiell, 19htte alit' Roper ueienjipointed JItUcliin, of Penobscut, Hancock (tie Company on Friday, 20th January, 1SC8. TilE firm of MoDonisul 4 Hobby IB diiBOl\d!
uommittre of contpience count' )', Me, aged 101 \eais, and Lemuel 11 full ntun'lancu IB duHlnible its huHlniiiB of impoitiuicu those Indeb vim to vnid concern, are requested .
f n on Cook of Cl.iii'iidon, Oil.'ans, county,, N. ulll ho piuiieMtdi' ] for uoimliluruLon.Hi | I to nettle by cult or note, with tits .ub '
the lloiiM bill C""CI'I'lIillg te.l iinmuv and order of tlio lIltlrd of JJIiocto r*, .rlber.
the bill to pioucfp addiuonal penalties torutliyices \'., aged D'J years ; dud only five widowsof V. U. FLA GO, JOHN McOOUUXL. G-a.9 :IES. _
al.lli""tlhp: "" State Adjouiiied. UevolulioM.it}' soldiers draw pensionsti Jan 11, 1SOO-til Idec')'. Nov 10-" .
'::m Iho Gu\'\ tneni, al a year ly amount ---- -- ----" --- FLOUR

of .\JU': ,
HOUSE. f
.. RETAIL STORE.K
"WHOLESALE MD
;House met coiiiiniiiees-a quorum Hindi'piesentSeveial + !leport.. "UiU EALTII r DEVRLOfEI4iTS.1'he SUGAR ,

BILLS PASSED.-Piovidm:; for the stay Memphis Bulletin 'avs :

of Kxeciitions.,: We loam that in officer is now investigating .. .--- TOBACCO, 4(5.( A v

To extend nllfhcren'flthe( juiUdicliou the tecoids and books of quarter)

# of Justices of the Peace. masteis and other, Goveinmenl, olllciahin ca-Q VlQr'l !'Lt KU@ ''V Powder, Shot and Percussion'
To ipiuoveobstiuciioiuin- the Apalachicola Tennessee, and the eielopnients! thus Q

iier.To far ate fclanlmg. Thowoikof ferreting Caps.
event! camp and (lie hiinliiij in out ihe frauds during the war has only ,.0.

Taylor and Lafayette counties. commenced, and many ''Shoddy! Kinjjs"
To abolish the RESPECTFULLY IM'OU OUR FIUENDS THAT WE HAVE
bonndaiy lino between
who are now living! in princely style! nn W
urn:v.I.u AWrEI@
,1' e will es nml Indiuis, their ill sotteii tiainn, will be under, thodisagreeable : Wines & Liquors;
'!'o requne childien destitute necessity of leaving the ,
pernous & ID' ml n1&n& rn
to hiippoit\, such peihons. country or fillins a t..lu1'sl'ell.! \\ &. IS! j).

The bill to indemnify certain officers of _
State -4' At the Old Staud iu Tallahassee, where we are prepared to supply customer wltli all kinds of The largest Stock in the State.
the was :
lust-yeps 1 nays 22.
Winter
The death of llenty DI'ib'u'YIthe :

Arijoul ned Nashville Banner, takes flout the. Dry Goods, Groceries, Riots and Shoes, CONSISTING OF .
---.pr ranks of the Radicals a mind despeiatet

r A letter fiom Iv 'biiltianl and I a peitonel of
difficulty between the Charleston freedmen says and, the the Davis hail, been! for couitnaniliiigweight. )'I'I\IS, t1 e HATS & OAFS, OLOTHING, HARDWARE, OEOCKERY AND WHISKY, BRANDY, GI\\CHAMPA ,

planters on the! 1 islands along the South moi.uli>fiint politician in Atmieu lea, and PORT SHERRY AND

Carolina coast still continues. A party tins done more lOwald the fonuaiioii, ( AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, CLARET WINES, COCKTAIL -

of old |proprietors| acconipanied by two'of his party in Maiyland titan all o heis put : AND STOMAChBI1'TEJIS
Gen. Sickles'! staff officers, recently want together lie was handsome' ready, .n.'t tla.o Xio-weait Ofisla. X=*loes :foxO ve.li. or &c

from Chai'!lesion to James Island fur the graceful, unscinpulous, elegant, scholarly COTTON" Vic.1 CI

purpose of having: p conference with the! fearless, the darling of a mob, the J3TTh merchants of Florida are r.-

negmeii. On appioaching the island 1 in soul of a seete4 society' the embodimentof lUvIng eatablltlied a branch of our liou
their. boat they \\Are confronted by about a city/ autociat.. 'f',' kii.da, Iu any qUI>D.U)', on the shortest| notice mid the advantageous lornn. before deciding to purchase In New! York. ",
.
slat i aimed who uould: listen to -- -
} negroes I as we will duplicate' all bills at New York
no explanations! even from the army nffl COLD,-It was very coM on Thursday Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to prices I' thereby saving them time slid
cea/gnu threatened to tiie'tq i the fli>( night and (ill day yesterday, W saw ice eight. '

one of the party who stepped aahoie,_ early yesterday mornina: over an inch In HODCKISS I SCOTT & CO. J FOIiti.e1V HO yoedi .old at retail.'fT '.
Two resiuiPiiUsof rejnUr troops ueieaf- thicktiehS. Oveicoatu, saawls and flies ", ,
tcinaidn Font; to the island t"Iut'lhe weia at apieiniuni! and very* email loads McIiiUbinr t 4.110.th
'
Freedmen under> better ubjecliuu.-K".... of Qiewood, commanded very lame:': price NJli] T 'Vo 11 .
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(from the lllchmond Kionilner, Dec..16.[ braid was the touchstone to power SiV1'i) -'EXPORT I -
BALL Varietic
I Svow STORM ix A I oo {.- ;n Emporium! of
Richmond; in the Days of tho and Place and prefprmont. When I A writer Once A Week 'gives a'desctiption AND

the cause as wrecked,' these pup- I I ... ,
Confederacy.In of a Russian ball at Mos- IMPORT COMPANY. ----
pets were the first to turn "wreck.tra"
,
April 1863 when the and the :, cow, during which tho scene in the., '111 P SLtSSER
great bfgin "grab Rime, }ball enlivened \ ,
break occurrntl that toppled the I shouting their watchword "Everyman :'I room was by tho
tip strange phenomenon of a snow TillS COITT1AK V l k tiow onrnnlied end wo '[" -A. I* T A. II A. S f S JC, TiJ. :FT.A..
temple of the Southern Confederacy for himself, and the devil :.I prupnrgii tu uitikfi Itbornl nUxaiicon uu
storm the sudden
to.i its foundation stone' ; when take tho hindmost." produced by Popper, Tin and

p its capital was evacuated ':md partly \ti ho are the brokers in_ purse, I lowering room. The the writer temperature thus describes of the Cotton and other Produce_ SHEET IRON: ALINITAUTIIREK: { ,

burned ; when Lee and Johnston the penniless and povertystrickennow
it : nolltnolln! to our A cnt In Uvernuol. Tln prcn-
surrenderedvhott; the archives I ? Certainly not those vampires end vnlii t-ofC'ottnn' In J\criKiolli fiom60tn&4') DEAI.EK IK
Tho
records, paymasters' of whom wo wiito. They evening passed pleasant ci'iil|"crr"' uiKlfuritond Upland Cotton,niul from
quar enough, but towards tho close the 60 to 1.32 rents for pond Innz Cotton In Gold.'o .-
termasters' and. auditors' ocrountft, were mindful of their own interests \\ \\tit advance oitn-linlfllii viihio In Gold or rte English, French and Domes

disbursements receipts, tumbled ; they made hay while the heat although began the to get intolerable did, and equivalent Vt'f ,licit orders onrroncy.. lor(joniln from the XfcrclmntK tic Goods,
into the streets by the barrel Confederate sun shone, anti the gentlemen their filth I'liinicnThn .trlcti>i.t ivlloi.tlon told to Ihs I
flooded duty well, it i is only Mr to say, in mnllc'Bl orders for. good from Kn((liinc!, France
full, the thoroughfares and gooso hung high. Tliny laid. up Slid Ocrnmnv, Plain, Fancy & Japanned Ware,
tho fair nnd
I fanning ones bringing lUCllARI. F. KLOVI, PrpKldrnt' ',
choked tho guttdrs, thick da leaves I something\ for a rainy day, when I t them ices it became JnckKiin\llle, Florida

in Autumn-waste paper: bythe ton the wenlhor was fair, and gold and more oppres :K.: T. PAIKI, j\gniit, Llu-rpool, )::III1I'lIId.I. STeVE HEADQUARTERS.
-that shaotio mass represented the greenbacks at a reasonable premium. i- sive. At last a gentleman, braver .Nov.. T Ill-am KI.RXAIIDliraiit, TallulianiiKC, Flt,.

unsettled accounts of officials, hon- Their smile to-day is as complaisant than the rest, (probably his arm A large and b+\ntl,once variety! of
ached) threw open the top part ofa P. B, BEOKAW'SJ.IVERY '
est and dishonest, to the aggregate their apparel as fine, their :

of hundreds of millions of dollars. jowls as fa:, and their skins ns fir window, and now happened tho COOKING STOVES, .
phenomenon, A cold. of wind AND SALE
What a blessed flood 'of fire nnd as in the days when they pocketedthe gust
blew in the Combining!
smoke and confusion was that to price of their country's blood ; suddenly through open

wash away official sins What 'a for, if any nation was ever immolated window, and the -heated nir which 'SHEET' ir.ox, .
I was congregated in the upper pal.tthu t Stnblcs, !f6f,
timely intervention, what a sudden upon the altar of official imbecility
and hasty'and to the defaulter nnd corruption and recreancyto .of room, became suddenly condensed A1U-TIGHT,

embezzler, what a' pleasant and sacred trusts, that nation was assembled,, and party descended in tho upon form the of TALLAHASSEE, FLA. BOX, AND

agreeable mode of settling,' adjust- the late Confederate Stites ofi

ing and canceling accounts 'Dead i 1 I America. No people over entered snow-flakes. iVol.obly. there never ALSO- 1'ARLOR COOKING STOVLS,

men tell no tales: ;j" neither f'o little upon tho achievement of their nationality was keen so curious a sight in a I
1 bundles of package shaped ashes with 'vim ball room-ladies und gentlemenin .UtR' ACES) BUGGIES: WAGOXS( .liinunril' in u rent and! ilninblc. man
mora unanimity
that once were documents the and determined No ball toilette, in the mUst of 1 a A\I: IMK.MSS:!+ FOR SAI.C ner. They. ciin Ito .--huipped| \, ( lo city. |Dart' cf
vigor. people rnllsluu.eee, \ur.i9, ISI15-t the l'IIIIIIII' with fed i Mifch. 'S'J'OVK I
dance, and rnow-flakes descending: ;jI _: _._. |pet
evidences of indebtedness, and over palsied and paused, so suddenly and lMriSnnrt: ELl'iOWS; : c-oiiMnntly i>n !Imnd.
vouchers, full "of figures and tell- I in their career on tho road, to I were it not for the incongruity WH WHITNEK Outilniiiciik] -J'in !touting' ,' Gnllcf

tale writin of the attire, moro liko a. skating hug down 1'ii-o- 0 I namditnl, Ii
Ah -
I:! what a blinking independence, and no cause ever ATTORNEY AT LAW ; (tuna
and Itarly. heads, SI'cot Xit'iKl.iil Ii ad.S ( .
blinding blustering accom- wilted and sank so unaccountably: .
-_._- MADISON, FLORIDA.I S."if"sfulp Mink nf vMtiy 11"'l''il'lioD,
plice, nnd accessory after he fact, in a night. It was the cankerworm unite! blioil linlici'
,A T1Tt. PIIACTWI'I'lm(; COUUTB OF ; on
of, fraud nad villainy, dishonesty of corruption at its roots delegation of planters nnd \\1)\ the' Middle )-

arid official corruption, is fire A ------ -, furuiur rebels are now Washing I IOU. 23. 1'IiHodgkiss' -.:f XJo'ttonS.:

few live colds in a stove prate can, A Shocking Occurrence. endoavjiing to obtain an appropriation & Co.
from Scott WOODEN WAKE:,
tits
/ in moment, reduce to ashy atoms Ten years ago n little: girl named .. Government WILLOW WARK.'J :.
to rebuild tho levees from
the proof of a criminal's guilt, while Francis Dayton, who had lost her Ticks- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, OVS.I '

justice is yet knocking at the door, mother and was neglected by her'father burg to New Orli-aiH. They werodo&tioyod : I 11K1STMAR PRHSEXTH
) NO. 34 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK.
and send those mute! tongueless was taken charge of by \Vm. I by both si.les chino the | Of pvpry ,li' criiiinH] mi hiinil., Call nini
and it will 'I 1 nn.. H. 11o" Igki.n, Late of llumlieltoii' Brothora,
war, fist:! several millions I'Jtallill'I""lr/ )pntcha.it : cl>ruhel
hnguagoless atoms onto I the ehimnej II Russ of New York, who educated ni'llmniiG. ,' -. :g e.
's The flames of to rebuild\ rh" ni. Hundreds l W ..;a'IItlfflrll1lJrO: VT, Pool I 4 <.Talla.. x.." 7 IKiJo-! .JJniRETAIL
top. bhiziagcity her obtained .
a I a situation for her too.*.ci>. ----- -------
and seat of government, can brother and recently had hit:. in-, of thousaudf. 'oi'ucros of cotton t 1 II II. I'.ioic.: of r.rm of IWe i B.UWtt, Drain! WHOLESALE
I lends are under water that bereclniriu'd IHdi <', (it.W. .
bury out of reach of reckoning the broiled us a book keeper ia his: own 1 can <,.(I' crimes of its corrupt officials, their place, the > utioual Iexican Lou if this work is done. IHIIIII.MIA'. Via.. T"I'I I -1 S IJ

t unbalanced books, their witnesledgers s Co., 57 Broadway. lie had rooms A serious disturbance took place' : :-r;; ;:
their blab ;>.0Ia1 l aniitii i xhcn all kn! <1i of I
mouthed vouches fitted up lately, where they might in Philadelphia on Christinas Day \ STORE

End receipts, tho accumulated, hll three live together.; The'young;; among the blacks! about forty of SOUTHERN PRODUCE, .

deepening, damning evidence of lady, from some unknown cause, whom were arrested. A number and lo tho pnroliito and uliijinu'iit --

years.It refused, and wont to board at }'. I of tae! prisoners wore rescued, but Hcusciii-! and Plantation Goods, t .

is a fact, doubtless as patent W. Kcnyori'e, 193 Clinton street, the police at length overpowered ; GW.AMSeotl&Co.
Wares )
and well known to the Southern n Brooklyn. She is now iJl! years j their associates Implements ,

people as it is notorious old. Saturdayaf/pi-my":: ''' Q c!"" MACHINERY &0. --" --
those to whom it among that |uiysical(-HI winch, (11101'0.1\ as weir I as | Ihil j,nl< applies, -------
stal,) they are known bet leinntkii- j tt ivnlrv ? .. I. :; :iEi" :(" 15.1-Y infarc oar
there I I HIP W
was scarcely an instance I > SEIPEEENCES' ,,,tu'1,U 1. iliL tat **
% : \\a ,
lea v\o: 1 of tho a "I'' "*" .t7hoksale
t7efldent. By all\ means, let them uiiidsa, where a quartermaster, or [ r :, 10 ifp'titt OurrliT, .V Co., Saw S'ork.
paymaster
other fill I I" i shovolrv ; I shoveled dirt at the I. J.1 I. MiHiro, Oi'Illln\ On.lrnni \ and detail Stere
agent or custodian of shell GIIII'armL" ;
-, -- Cninin: MiHUguninrj, Ala.
Government funds accounted final t IIU. coI1lI'0.: A. It lid' Moon (Lt. nt tbe'tld, Mud tit T.!lnli},....
The Secret Trruty. ,, where .1
wr
j: )JUlio!, Mllo ";D.i.lii : f
ly and fully of his stewardship during JUices train the city of !Mexico con- Miir.ft'A, girl in a paper mill in Bangor I .. O. WlilnlrJil.Uvinnpolli! Ala.Win pt.jai i i isd .i' Piijipl" ) cu.I.l mu wltL 1I"1".a.!

the four years continuance of 01; 51t11'sInd,, a ring comp-iseJ of thirtyis Huly, l'I..idollt.lo Dink. lit Florida, .
,
interesting stalet.ietitsefeiei i T: ilutini'o. '
!
.the war. All men know equally wruml''err nha nonds amoug sortie rags she T'I +.. K.: IlMnllx-ltnii, 1'r.n. Md. Fits Int. Cumvnny Dry Goods,
ente.etl! into
to the
co treaty .
(liililiuoiv.j
well how these )late officials of the I'assiols picking.
lute Government lived trance, Austiia, Italy, Spain and Enge.'lo j _(___. ._-Ir. _____u__ _____u_ Groceries
twin while the guainntpe ;Maxirnillian's throne u I'Tt: is stated that the poet William DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY ,
carnival of
lasted how war and robbery nor alleged that 'this treaty. was |pal Liz! ruore Simins, of youth: Carolina, FOR SALE Boots and
; they were robed iu Slices!
sixteen since, before Meeismaking1 a collection ot! tho-lead-
1 months .
fine cloth of Confederate! grey, how 111 home OFFER for M dla n ccmforlublcly
ty uru war poems written in the South I D'n''Hilla 1lol1..e, r ,
fared al cloned, and when the opinion WAS t Hats
they
mmptuously every day, ,. nnbV' ring the lato'al' of that section I ni-eujik-rt h> Mr.'i'bot I IIa\'\ and Caps,
while the, soldiers in the lI sally held alit oar' that the rebellion ,.in.l j urns the- ri-nlilcnri. xf hi'ul1l.rillm-
and '
camp ion of( 1". 'l'I.| lIulI..I..n .
independence. "' UhiJ. u '| I
field contended against hunger and ei be successful. Tie guarantee of [ ol Kulit!' Uiittniiil. It In the ntldst, .. Clothing
cold and summer's how htt.tegiity. of Maximillian's Bmpirei' i I wliilBi\viy was Herod's daughter lik'onut u uI lo.n'lIlfllllr'n' of oaks.\t:nnctd) HII tu"trrn ,
heat their .
; I w otit-Iiniii, liicliidlnii' \ kltrlieu, rnrritiiri: honi cMidntnliio t
dwellings were palatial houses of C. \'@rrrma'lJstlwlIh! ltj.asijitbenjgirl Fenian orguniziition f JJenau e : w f lh! iit-iifr ii,,hug' \\ull..r t-xi-i-llinr w.i- Hardware
J | had a head sent her 'Head ter'There ore rlihlluti rnntlxiHuii, a buck ''in i
entertainment ; how their blockade shall die ; bays he shot her f'c:)r18fiG. ( lit* pnro'iiiHtMt' nt II"",' n"ini" (' tinuTIIUIH fur ,
wines were the rarest, their furniture her ingratitude. Miss: Dayton hahad l! ).-Portland! Argu. Mhnliinnliw! *. 'TliUln, \ rare ryporlunlly Ih"// Crockery and
obt.iinlnu: ae.tslit. oily ri-nlili-itoi' In n -'''
the most gorgeous and recher: two of tho balls extracted, but It 13 stated that at )lent $10,000 a !Ilo "lit1.wlth ground t>';'"l1h r.r". 1111:0'garden.JUS. -

che. Conledarate treasury notes. the third is till in her brain. Sho day is yet received ut the (J' rahQ. I October! -It JOIIS. WILLIAMS./ ,; AgriculturalImplements

were plentiful as \ in Valanbrosa. ;- can talk, is comfortably'; but it is a ney place' in Union square 0:1 account -- ------- ,2 \

It was a question whether doubtful case. She desires that of the :Fonians. I A. J, PEELER,

the Secretary himself knew the ag Russ!. shall not be arre"tod. The English army is to* bo supplied ATTORNEY AT LAW ;

gregute, the sum total of, the : At lie lowest .
currency with linen shirts, on accountof Caslt Price"%" for
i issued from 'the outbreak to Armed bands of negroes lately the scarcity of cottou. The Iriah TALLAHASSEE KLORIIlA.OU

the close' of the war. The "leaks" visited:' the plantation of Mr. Logan, linen meu are jubilant. I up Stair. over the state Bank. Cash or Cotton.
----
were frightfully numerous-enough near Shreveport, Louisiana, and General Ewell has left 1Va eater the clotabll..luut'nt of Ilaring oitablithcd,
to Trenton fiilil a biniicli of our Lent. !. ,
pshaust the most "phethorio reHel'VOlrand' made prisoners of all the white I V thu Suite lio'or"mlllll.111 ii\t prompt iu
Virginia, and takdu! his residence tuition : wtd,I :
up to" nmtti-rs-Civil trhlllnlll-I'I.rOI'O'
the fingers in the people they could find in tho .. NEW YORK,
neigh- in Nashville, Tenn. I Ito ProTotl Mtr: hul, nt Tnlilimaitiy iiin] t-f, M'hun pnr-,
Confederate' pie' borhood ,le.ltt'l.unl ndvlco and nitgUtaiico. andliifnruthe )
were beyond aUcalculatio treating them in a most
Armed to be stationed net q H coiniM'l' fur Ibo dnfuncuCotiria. Military we are prepared In fltl'lIl.h genii. or a'1 1\IIdl, f?
1. Paymasters and quartormastoi's disgraceful inanaer. Tue militarysent men are Will also mnko III.Ullolll. !in real' Ca.l"IO'IIII.11101l0IlnI0 any 11"1111(11), (, :, the.bnrn'H pullrt., ft.. d nil II,r
and along the overland route loina: ,,'ollr.d by 1111'01 "h.II1"II nllal"I''''..
chiefs of bureaus a guard of who express nwrll1UIIO
troops, dispersed : -
and' attend to oihur butliio.B i if I lit icliniaotiT.
with pay ranging from the to keep off the Indians.Palis October, if
two hundred negroes, taking from them 24PRATORIUS- Cash Advances Mode on Cotton

to throe' hundred dollars, were about fifty stand of arms. The .I : and London whist playersare Shipped to

known to sake as many thousands pretext for this outrage was the' making n match of one hundred & CLARK,

upon the urn of a card, night after discovery of a murdered negro rubbers for $25,000.A Hodgkiss, Scott & Co.,

eight, at faro tables ; champagne near the plantation. 91EUC1IAAT TAILORS, NEW YOU.

by the dozen at $125 bottle --- ... -- grand catholic jubilee is to beheld Oct.4trSaddle l
was "cracked' per A who I I on the 18th centenary anniversary TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Harness
with as ''ittlo'cera man had been five hoursin and CarriageESTABLISHMEKT

inony or count of cost as if the air, his coffin in Now York, awoke ; of the death cf Bt. Peter KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND

der had beeu' bottled porter, while just in time tc escape burial. It is stated that Gordon, tho rebel rain large" cud \uried attortniviit olGENTLEMENS t

$500 suppers and midnight lunches The supper for the 7th regimentball 1 leader in Jamaica, recently executed CLOTHING! .--

at fubulo'ls, but true Confederate had his life insured in London
in New York will cost 850,000. '' I have just ret'<>i veil n lurro aicori.
figures.were'rated poor'and nig- offices for 10OpO. Also, went ot 000,5! ,oOIl.I.tll gut
gardly entertainments. Ensconced Brazil has built her first ironcladand
in bomb-proofs has facilities, to build some For: attempting to cut his sweet- Cloths lentli-mpn'ii and Lndlre' Saddle,
'sucking their Find Double and Smut Ilunon
h'eart'b throat, a young man in Lon DrldlM, Collar ,
thumbs with slippers moro. i. mid AVirt| | ,
elevated over don has been sentenced to 20 gnddln Ulnthf.
superfluous fur them j desks especially prepared The profits of the London Times of Botany Bay. : years Cassimcres, Bhiw ieatherof Finding. nil kind of eclry, rdenetlptlen..' ,

;} scraping fheir'' nails! $250,000 Tr.\' ninK tmlebvh Trunko.
are atinuin'but nnd
then
pet ,
till blushed It is said that the floating debt Snddleand
they to the quick their is lower there.- u Vestlngs, 1fur"o..lJardwllr",
j paper Carriage Trlniinlnirii, ,
of the War
f Department
only study how to "raiso the wind amounts to tvniron and Ituimy (tuba,
what cared they for the An'arn; chair bfc.'VoltaiKo'a: l has 8200,000,000. Neck Ties Kntigy Blinfto, Spokes and Rims, .
cause for
which late' boen sold }ili: Pari for"' Buggy Ale did Springs,
the rank and file wore strug y two In I860, the population of New

gling'in. the field ? The: boom: of thousand frapjcs., '*1 York State was 8,880,727.: Iu 1805 Suspenders, CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES

tho great gunsfrom below that A fall of hail h'as'much astonished was 3,831,777. The decrease of Fver/dewrlptlon,.

jarred thoir windows had no alarms, the iiativos etiBarbaduos.i'; -,'.} .i8y JlQJO.; 1.The t Gentlemen's Hose, &c Mnchinc Belting,

no dangers"for them. With gold But four Southern -Congrp&gmauolect .. police found in the pockets dl.pnlch work made to order ana Impairing don wtlll )r

in their yockoti, brnw'u thoir tacos [ j it f* aM[ ,' 1.1&1tllh.. tl\p\ test.;.of.a.man who lay dead drunk in I tonable Oentlemen't ityle nnd inrmcnti.u>:"rlor' cut manner.and mad',,la fa.h' SCWIMG Aaent for WACIIIJXES.Wlipeler WIlIOIl') and flow's

"n4 upon[ '. 9 iH9i: #i' ttifSjJitr std .(ia Hi. I the streets of AresYorlf 7,47i. Kf Store nut t. 'J r B"--Taturn', I: 1l Rlr. ,
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