The Florida sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079923/00009
 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 13, 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: UF00079923:00009
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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louse, blind-foldod, would hardly thus bo determined. So that n i he greatly: favored :Meigs and and succeeded.In .

1'cnusnnn EVERY imagine himself in Lcit,). not yet a company with a capital of $50,000 Fran klin." the vigor of his mind and hia
invest the in -...----------- Inflexible resolution
yearling. can judiciously money as well as in,
Tarsilay: Thursday and Saturday, Much has been said about tho I producing wells, at rates that must Lord Clive. his'daring courage.CHvo! closely resembled -

At TalluSiis, Fla. mixed character of the population. pay them handsomoly. But all investments It is not generally known, but it our own hero, Old Hickory

Chat swindlers, gamesters, sharpersand in undeveloped territoryand is no loss a fact that, during the h
TEJtMSt pimps should flock in hero all interests in wells not tested, early part of tho American Revolution -- ..

should not be wondered nt. Yet must, in the nature of things, be the British ministry seriously Bismss IN New YORK.-Ifaiy
Six dollars! per Annum t fourDolliirs them attended with mcertainty to one desires to business
among them and controlling as contemplated sanding Lord Clive see a city he '1
for Six in
Advance. Single Copies 10 are many of the best men in the vealth.; Thoy may prove exceedingly out as Commander-in-chief of his can gnd it hero. The retail storesare

Cciils.It.VTCS. country, of which those from Por- profitable nil d they may provean Majesty's forces in North America.If crowded with customers, and
tago: are fair repiesentatives. A entire loss. On the plan of investments this intention had been carried the most expensive articles find

OF AOVE1M'ISI.\G,! community that will at once voluntarily in producing interests out, it is impossible to calculate rjady and rapid salo. There seems

TP. bo paid lt>r in ACl\...nO : contribute thousands for the with a good manager on the spot, what changes might have supervened to; bo a mania f'r spending money

One .iimre, (12 Sonp..rulllllll'. .,)ur I".., fur the erection of churches, must have there is much money to bo made.YIATOE. : in the great struggle, for and nothing is too extravagant for

Ural Insertion.................. ........ |1 00rjincli i many sterling elements in its midst. Clive far superior to Cornwallisin the tastes and purses of the citizens
: fuilMrqiieht liweitltm, ............... 75i I But what is tho cause of this sudden -- I military was genius! and was proba- of New York. These remarks apply -

:t.iU, HI",nnil no I.i.til IIH(transient: Nntli'M m.'yf,to be r\l"IIIellt.clmrtjfdtliu life, growth and activity ? A Jefferson DavIs. : bly the foremost man of the ago in not only to tho luxuries of life,
little to tho east of the town is a but te tho necessaries as well. The-
vtrcjn Xollce of 1.1111..1011| at Ailtiln- I. John AV. Forney, tho editor of which he lived in Europe.
lilr.ttor, for which the cliirjo shall lie.. 80 0Obltuiry valley or ravine about quarter of the Chronicle, in (September; 1801, Luckily for us the British Government increase in prices does not operate-
Noili-M fiii
<-.J.II'I!? an uilvfrllni'iminti.THE I'ithole Creek. In it are found Davis was dead, expressed services in the East Indies. food, clothing or ornament. The
flowing and pumping wells, producing : impoverished manufacturers of furniture are
his views of his character. They Robert Clive belongod to an -
SENTHftELI 8,000 bbls. of oil dliil '. This pressed to their utmost ability to '
4 ) show what Forney and other Northern but ancient and honorable
1)- the on'y paper III Florida! that In piililUli oil is worth $4.50 per bbl., making traducers thought of him in an family. Tie was noted for noth- meet their orders. Tho importersof

three time n week,1.,0 l tlnrpfori'iiHonli, Its .,,1,. the.aggregate value of the product honest moment. Wo would, preface ing but daring and adventure in rare and costly works of art are
,ncrlbfisthe. readiest: nionim of olit. ,lining the I"- SCOUO:! daily. What town in the his remarks by saying that his his boyhood. When about 1C, a not able to supply the demand.-
ItMt new by telegraph\ and! in,tl:., mid full ru.lioitmf I country is swelling the, wealth of charge against Southern papers on clerkship was procured for him in The carpet stores have been re-

HIP \ew York ami Southern. M.irUetn. the country with i>iunl] rapidity. the death of Douglas is utterly thin East India Company, and after duced to the lowest stocks, and
It will ul-m:give, f.ill rc-piirntif Ilio\' proceedings.of could not
the ."glsltturet il'i I !,ts Si.iillnelU, furnlnliud, The immensity of this increase will false. Forney wrote : a long and tedious voyage from his open goods with sufficient
.. be seen by the following statement : of found himself in rapidity to supply their customers
ubicribtr4 .it the lowest llvln'<.ri\t' "Tlio intelligence of tho death native country, he
It is certain
iir.viixu FROM oir.. \rl'. Jefferson Davis seoms to be that strange land without money that Now York never

JOB PRINTING.lit Wo learn from the Oil. City Mon- confirmed. When Stephen A Douglas and friendless. The pittance he There knew such is prices as have been paid.
something to think of in
itor, that 1?. :McGough:\ Estj, tho Internal was called away, fiendish exul- received was hardly sufficient to this
civnn.-i.liin with the SoiitlnH, wt-Jhmn: s nilparlnr state of atfdirs. It is not always
.Uilililin Revenuo Collector for this tation was exhibited in many: of the food and clothe him decently ; his
.ithl mi-toil uiMurlniBiit of 'hwi j ; an evidence of
to e'tts ditriplUnof ," Congressional District tho secession papers. The malignitywith haughty and ungovernablo spirit prosperitywhen
UalFilul, and me im-purci( es" every reports such
"Riirkln Hut line with ne:itni'im on1 Government income on oil in this which they punished: his itRle- rebelled at the squalor and drudgery We state extravagance is visible.
,derp| *:ehtlsu on 'bond u lino Mnortim-nt of district as follows : pondence survived his death and to which'he was reduced ; and tho facts and leave tho
Jut, '" for printing In color. Orders by nmll or rioted over his grave. Let us seta three times, before he ,reached the, reader to draw the. moral.-Times.
"Ipr.1<',11 ri-Luh prompt uttontliin. Onrprl Cllt DE orr. better that tho :of nineteen, he attempted suicide -
now, great
) example, age '
."iw uro M low.. the present high cost of stork 1SG5 emnoio.oMay THE Onio GovEitxon: ON THE MONROE -
April, of secession has been unavailingly. His mind was
r ndnilt, .f, inl llIro leader tyranny
uu.er1i>, b .r and hieing cull\ ( : lJocTltnn-It is stated in tho
b.lu,. the InrrKiirtl aces wlilchjjnile In otlinrfine !)8:1DOO) : : summoned before the eternal bar. struck'\\iih the singular results of synopsis of Gov. Anderson's
Juno, 21.,:!58.0H and his endeavors at self sacrifice and message -
"f ImlmHS.he\: lie was nh imperious positive ,
-- - .---- July, lSl,_. ,n55 public man. lie rarely surrendered he exclaimed, as he threw the pis- against that the he principle argues at of some the Monroe length

From ( I'm'Use City (WiN ) Itrgiiter.Tp August, II 200,0011,000 an opinion once formed l, until he tol from him on the third occasion, doctrine and the interference in

:Petroleum Oil Region REFINED oir. degraded" himself by throwing be- "Surely I am destined for greater Mexican alfairs. lie says : What

In bond. Gallons. Dollars.Jnn'v hind him his voluntary professionsin things !I" the Monroo doctrine exactly is wo

Blow l.'ortnlt's are :.Hade.r'nnou 163, 278,177 f-JS6H(( 1 favor of tho Union. He was a His thought was verified. At have never agreed among ourselves.Its .

Feb'y, 2 *',CCSJ)! 5:177,: close student, chivalrous oppo- that period France had many men origin is doubtful. Its -

: Cirr, IVi., Dec. lit! 180,1.ftw. March, 806,947! 01,2741 nent, a steadfast friend, a gentleman in her service in India, possessed of are uncertain. Its meanings purposes to

.\ K-Utnrt :- There have April, 303t471.: 101,340 J in all his relations, and in his great ability and enterprise, whilst this day aro unsj oeifiod. Mexico

Ib'jon SIt IU.my letters writton for :May: !513,075 i 47,278 own family singularly kind and genial. : the agents of the company were has never been and can never bo n :
Jum373,717 oO,13.1:!: } Although undoubtedly tho incompetent and sluggish. The unless
the press: about this) wonderful pl.tce republic her people will accommodate -
and heart of till rebellion he French emisaries instigated the native -
crude and ,
:stud its (surroundings, that your"special1" Total tax on us to be born again and
oil went into it reluctantly, as all who Indium to a revolt, which'at
refined produced
I : fears that: : he can add but of entirely different parentage.
little mOTe than his personal' expnriettce during tho previous heard his last speech in the Senate I once assumed gigantic; and terrible
to the stock of knowledge month 81,728,01)5): will remember, when with broken proportions. Every quarter( of the Tho Princess of Wales lately

) ;'s prlIIY readers., The total tai:: will not he loss accents and tearful eyes ho badefarewell English possession was filled with passed her twenty-first birthday,
( your
11 The Oil Creek R. 11. branches than $::1,000,000 for tho year 18G..j. to that body and to all his terror and dismay, until the youthful and the event was duly celebrated

from tins Atlantic &; Great Western An increase of 500 per" cent. on greatness. Jefferson Davis: was Clive, without rank, authorityor at Sandingham, her country seat,

T{ 11. at Corry. hero you mad .... blessed with many accomplishments. fame, unknown even among tho by a dinner to the peasantry of the

tins btreiiHi of adventurers, speculators One firm nlnne, (Messrs. Pool Xo public man of ray acquaintance: greater portion of the employees of vicinity, at which the Prince of
f devoted to scientific the put himself at the Wales proposed his 'wife's health.
operators and business men, Brothers) paid a Government tax o: was more pursuits company
flawing liable and forward to anil over 21,000() last mouth, or 250- and more familiar with the head of a few fellow cadets and lie presented the lady also on the

from the nl regions. Tho town is 000 per year ; And at 7,000 bar- abstruse teachings political phi- Hindoo soldiers, repulsed tho enemy occasion with a pair of Shetland

,j I \ the depot\ tor much of the oil in rels daily, which is the estimated losophy. No branch of human from the factory at which ho ponies as birthday gift. The

transit for distant markets, and tile production of oil on the creek, the knowledge seem-d to be unworthyof resided, enlarged his operations, Queen sent to her daughter-in-law
stranger is impressed with the real- revenue from this vicinity alone his investigation. lie was and in a: few months made himself an elegant bronze statute of tho

ity 01 the great marvel of the times: would} be $:!,fi20OOO a year. equally attentive to classical! literature tho most prominent and powerful Prince Consort.A .
the details of life individual in all India. --
military ,
Two hours ride carries you.to Shaf These wells are owned in fractional to
fer's. In going down the parts from one i to 1-54, by to tho doctrines of political parties, His exploits and terrible deedsof son of A. W Caruiichael was
piss and if Pro- retribution upon the rebellious horribly murdered last week in his
city of Titusvillo. At the depot of; various ,parties and companies to the study men ;
vast storehousesof all the United States. ,Their fessor Bache, of the Coast Survey:; natives would fill a volume. Suffice store near Augusta. Tho first
this place seo over
you in instances seems"' to could speak, he would, say of the it that he was appointed Gov- known of it was the finding of his
the oleaginous product of tho history many
this bo this A owning a pieceof fine work, of which he is'' the accomplished ernor General of British India, dead body in the morning, behind
earth, and from point on, wondors : party I
oil territory to test it. head, and which has latterly amassed an enormous fortune during the counter, stripped naked by the
never cease. proposes I
Pithole City is the mar- A contract is made for putting downa proved its unconquerable usefulness his official tenure, and upon murderous thieves.: A man sup-
among that Jefferson Davis was as his return to his native land was posed to bo the murderer, was arrested -
then made 'of ,
vels of this fast In April or, well. Sal are ,
age. ,
with* min- looked of tho weal yesterdaysin Savannah, on
fractional interests in it. These interests conversant Le smallest upon as ono'
'May of this there was scarce
ly a house hero.year Tho rough, wild, are assignable. As the well utioo of that noble institution as any thiest men in England. landing from the Augusta boat.
of the interests other man not directly connected lIe was impeached for crueltyand
undisturbed wilderness holdout no goes down, the value Canada is supposed to be defended
the of :with it. He was passionately de- malversation, and though nev-
promises for a town site. The man fluctuates as prospect by a force of 100,000 men
voted to tho Smithsonian Institute, convicted was persecuted to his
who first lot for oil increases or diminishes
t. bought (striking
twenty- and that Joyce is supposed to bo
struck 'the 'value increasesin of which he was a': Regent in former grave. An anecdote is told of
five dollars was suspected of havingan If oil is placed as follows 7,000 men at
lIe Clive which illustrates the ;
devoted the Lord
unfinished to amount of oil ob- times. was to
upper btory. And proportion be decoration of this capital, and stood iron firmness of this extraordinary Quebec ; 3,000 mon at Sorel ; 70-
now though less than a has tained. If it'turns out to a dry
year 000 men at Montreal ; :25,000 men
gone by, the lot would sell readilyfor hole, and most of them do as thou- Captain (now General) Meigs in man. One day, as he was airingin at Kingston ; 3OOO, u.en at Tor-
1000. Hotels billiard saloons sands know to their sorrow, the all his efforts to construct the wa- his coach alone, a highwayman
at Hamilton
ronto 30,000 men
churches is sunk and the ter works] to finish the capitol rode up to the window and puttinga ; ;
theatres expended
i con- money -150
450 men at Mississaga ; men
the grandest scale andto to his face, called, for his
cert halls, bauks, express offices derrick stands a'monument of well- building on at Sariiia and 450 men at Pcnetanguishino. -
life "I would
and all the evidences of an enter- meant but unfortunate enterprise. push forward tho extension of money or his give .

,,prising and, wide-awakp. ; community Hundreds of such monuments' dot Interior and Treasury departments. you my purse," replied Clive, "if it .
and hill sides in lie was undoubtedly a great Secre- were not for that ugly fellow- behind -
meet you on 'every hand. Last the valleys every General Fisk has issued an order -
evening while the crowd was pass- direction. tary of War,. and in this high office there" looking over your assuming the general superintendence 1
ing back and front in front of the Too question arises, can capitalbe nothing so much delighted him, as shoulder. The robber turned involuntarily over the late slaves of

Chase House, a brass band headed safely or profitably invested here, to take young men )by; the hand, to see this unexpected Kentucky. Branches of the hreedmen's -

with a transparency "Murphy'sTheatre or is it all a lottery l After exam- and if worthy, advance them. Ifhe apparition, and Clive, ,seizing a Bureau are to be established

opens'to-night" discoursed ining the matter with all tho light educated Beauregard to destroythe pistol, blew out his brains. in convenient places.

most excellent music, and the newsboys that can be obtained from a hasty Republic,' ho conferred many Broken in health, and brooding .
were crying 'New.York daily visit, I am satisfied that it'can....:.. advantages upon MoClellan to save over the ingratitude and contumelywith A marble statute of Andrew
life-time of flowingand it. If he assisted Leo and Johnston which his' services were re. Jackson is to bo erected at Nash-
Herald The a
Tribune and ,
average .
papers ';
and thus strengthened their warded in England, Lord Clivo at. ville. "<
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: it t$teati8 Sat mart ca"'rtes, ttc4 at e3ix.e 6f..r _arersasam is cihaa.al i.L1t.; are i
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itmHriir, l-w k ifVB South Caroa. ;;-
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: >e 1I1iil a 3 TO- J!,. ;:;;'>/f'oP."i""m a caa .iaU1.er.r: .. Sidatel "? i".I03I :a Jrt'r dated E.aIz'h.. SiTesmber "-
::: i' 1 "" :o. =er Lolraatted I c ,, 4 1DtJC"'Iic ..etyoti:ai. He ,
t 4i1Ifit.r.1o>II .tf ; '" 9 we lie foJirwiii;: a.c-
: ; tE+cr. ecsi !imaad.brlr _St>zST t1.e cOOl&d src4 tfbwefare :marine HIT uSSer-:!\ i

: !! : -war.:w1X"Ii If 3lla tree- .I.- .tt. .a. iw.u... :_.r---:7"..?.(..frvtna: az;, srriwv : :'I eve o.f a ntmni .a.mMiz Swaaera uses! 11." ;i;i f coast: iaJBtfiniiw aiii Gjre.-i. ,:-'lI_: -
j{i eaetseace. -.a 4 I 1lI' b!,.err. .,6a. atlelle riaa JUT !II l, :. the tennis: they t.liwu3a jmrM ia tie :' den : .

; ruaoz: ess. :; .U .wfr taset. scr&.aea +wtnsSICbict near.5rsu. ate Preaie, br iS :, Tbe Pa*ui A..a3 Gweiooirif:! Nt."ar--
.1' III'.Ier?ee w'l : i- 'ts6rrn I }rr.'L+r b'ldee.' aie-.$J- '& lia3a.T j .,vtr,8 ... A-
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: .aas6 "d a .- : i c;..11+arcesc t_c rf,ffijM:inaod ..at3 edaue 5t 1! 1.1 reaiiwa: 1IJI1.te Trerarrets of tree: -casi- ,i amm. i D15<-c "':2aeeip the -fsoe&aae-e J.II .
: 'I : : i g tttt "IUiIIj[ *ailafflcjueaaaic3J Fury-4n. !'!
: I iag ai.an r tail-J r. ,. tpaas"'.Q ser psaotits69ta! : wail lit' dr-I .o t1KCr!: f.n.7: ;assvrrs-o' i r C5-led 'Oi1baoatn.1o.: r a3rs-'II" frrara: .::; -
1 ; I.:;U d3sL"aiss-a.: i m aa. ::8MI rte '"iJ01;: ft the: : a iar 1
; : :::: ttisalt!'L soc- .'i lop .etas "-Ai+*cir ..andi the itS !.'tSrii j. s R"'W ti.f'D. VJ 1 i .la''Ta<; ,a ?neat edllll'1f to the Mac.k

: 'I : "oto... :. $\' I"utafr a Lt ..... rcer hasbs n.1 -1.a;uo..i! H:<10N 1 .: oj&t rarest"ritia:_:: T.i.t'II: .r- I f'IIeu e-ae iqll.q.'QJI". ttEc .....;:.J ut t -

j 1 '" :: o ttr lYtthYt'll1' ;j"' t JeS healdare :EI! .I ..odd Ictt ... !that! C 1r..o't' "'7 : !Tiw Stale .illad aj'an, iiai l..4rspriwlihe to t c.
e3etac 1 Fz' bias( to yo MsJi a 'fnlie I tee yasi: 2rne tl their weaktet 393 i99raiear -
pawfit i iiS w + ; .i ::" I Io :
a..d I .t1 T ?;aia" <- t.-k a .i it rsrn<1
: P oI ?'j"i! "e 1Iii!:, 'revel: vat U.tJ cemo l + ssarrim3tthem f rtheirtn- .
\ >: :;, o tspcet 1 : runr euerea the ache la ife._e 'zr-

: I i.E ia" .... ,f tae c&'c"!a that iiad or2 ere.I I ere ,*5i7e.. So :!' J twa*..f can gress, I, I ""J i 1 Lias of the srse+a i!.I seer;: ii1 bIJ. -! as

t J I ..'. Ta .:-:; ,- Wit use riraall3aCe t.J li alt ] tr. ef the daeatbem, ::"C'sent'r j"M I i ........_ the__ a.r..tsa_. .._.. 'i ii_>r.<4j j.r.' sad.:.__.seat._ _.._'k. -_._:_*-
.a i, -"J>Ui1:0= '<""" :';-=
j :; C beet tb- esrese of cI tare .ttestluder ate U'N l u : xiiL ibe .
Ora : s ioC1Pllcl e-qal1tr writ!' '
,. 4 a-sell:; m3setbr 'ra
s paw ui Iota asset I >
j ::" ....;::]!;.! : to amines m4Q1IDE1.11rr I race. 3s xe' n -i11.U .
toO te" tbouln 3/t' .
zenpt : ) =
.-,;, j = xtttrrnrr sacra a plan ruiI +ra' : :;: I
area : ;. a 2" -::yetdszrea =- rrare313tO .', '.:;'wfi3e"reatfaiifrrufwaiera'" I! her. Uf'11'1IO1\' & Jr. if a.Efj.awere ,

o. !5 _,; ''i "'cusrtr r a,t 1fJ1OI111bt'' : 'Jiill'I tit' f'Jills"f St itastste3. oa a> a pi-'t ..n1-
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j ],n11re "It ; 1ryoerM.;,. :.:: "BZ Ti..71'. f Yitu14Laor 1 lie sass_derioieS to tie:!; Cwju iislaa uilr \ '
r. ,. '" : Coaisjotlore Scstr:; ;*.
..:. > rWtrdSt.ate! a'1
n: : p.m.t +1, $: a.s a wljole] Ui
: 2.10 I ,. it Vii' ..r,1s eca t3'i- :;; r;:; i9"$. fcW'.1 i II I Sutl 4ii JJpSe 211 Iar2*. were devoted u I The VTa..3dnr'. 3 SI** aaawaaces; .Ji5
aR .
J"w t q { at C aw .
t .ea G'te' ,J rhq d', 4 that oraaasaaitstr IfJl : arrival of the C -,.:IlInpr'iPh-
a as the Fathers
bis Pf aad = oo tx JI"fi :.- by *l lWlifa f
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,e'=r :. 7--rf e 7Fe.'_'2 !Os'TO'a4. ti, 1 ttr3:.=r,111 S-xuih It'f'm.1' bunt, and hh CMauat-l3iW. pii ssjI:
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: 1sAe't 'i =.9 IU :zvi jheLwyar'i Jf il! **<"!< .ii.-Tfar their .jirwaail<1 a57MC jo' $8.1'' : "v
iliu 2a. flt site b" sYS s5il (' ro?' ;:
> I .. :!... ,: !raw from tie Caj'ed Slates GureJiiil 'i I .. -
; M esaaai of
:!4e 2. erne. and talk1< f-Y Jar b'"u .a >
I ;i e.'CMJII ia r > exert 1i\J1. czxirr! tick: same o'tistltnli 'nll 'd ". "
: :!1 cfu al *ear ii. tneaaceT to I i hi, -<-jj3iio da'in; the rut a .ij i j- -- '
: eihtatjr star s ITIIt a 3 :91Et y DDa Zlaa { da.t : !.r placed !l.-ra.*_'T**, f."jini4 abet < if ai eagle i-ill. expre waZ:3: "+;;

;: .Lt- Ae'r2't.: Patty keaari' store 6e i__ eats aitd a.j; ibrdr' fujcr* for tLe j..m-z: i<1 riatd .h* -uirf. ," aii a-; ."a j
: !.! : ;. p flt'thl thsIrsTu's at (...atce}'.
il--joi-a xr. r.ina.x.e".1: .. lie Lat;
-Ja cacte sad lnmCae-r c.f:1'lIi.e. err re<-
I" 8..mn. ha i t- ::c&O:7;:
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o{.J ut:: .. and dl,1lna.re aryl itut JoftCte-3 aDd iLefaeu Ltl i a2TttIl}nt.-, j f.jr wiiic: !) Js.. r-'i k1 inl ....y--

: < : 1.r ItIiL. i r.; tart of, wbp -e i a'selds/ heist.. "''IIue: :.! $\ I .... ::10. <. Ida!>, h '..!,. 'H- trw ;us a tItOG' :lit"'''' "" .1

,c1 erf,,'.oi rate dT .. "; attar h-i a doss wit'd. :! Tie tiijiiiie4' that: tie would s x+n. 1 i1l'; ial. ...' ic5i tp' c11watI. \1 :
EJIo die i .. .: T' ; I hi..1uiris''f'i .date::' Hellttswtpst..a:
: c. \ j !fii-e fate.,1CmeLiu:5ra:: .r.d'y his -cw. j
jgit ste s'ersawis i
I : 'f ::: !Incloos!! I 'I' l'evw.hz..1ad; ,..aiwtts'6rr:
a. cxr-' .zp- i Sad Llii of tt r si=2at'di:+cal'.avsis xis !". j ti: w "seas is iLe S-east* If fare the rr.H.' eijlil uicir,.,. h:5h, :a lAthec_ s Jer ba.'1.

,, }tr. litas>y 'J"I 11 ea1er.. 3I.J.jIrl-z:. 2ri'utSe: t''r'IY !!'..: i iHrUIf i
.c- reas U7 J T rt Mate' in lie flats, of Con?***, lie .hocid! j Bait and o.at, an 1 itd-hbi< .&L9A' -
ire ...e 1- sate;. J,1t.55. serf !;1.Ec.. : j .. .; J '- <-
po.&y :am deT, 1X..rilifT'II 5a.ators wish mpeci. mill .
; i ; "_ : jr.2ripr.raFatcax etI i..- i jam- T?,. other dar all eii.nfel" w"S ..
: < !pctataaazc f l rata: &ki ad"Gesssa;,. la l3>- ru. : ce.fe-rt'zC ;abed! coaraes.bus with. .Loud ae.he, dr.i.n a Gunp <"! i.atcaiL.Ss ab ili- ..:.>

3 i le.Y e"yt'SLe t rili1Er, ; : tflira. d rustle, errs_- ,.mg ofslaemeor6mtsiliatnnf: Tie ass >... ilroa,I --:('*{, ivj<" bvtej*" *bra, ,.. C:,-.:e J

: Baftfecd zci rad: the pill .1 i Sotters[ i'ei.J t'. ester fIN bcaailiaiion ur ttaiaa on tee StA'ftn.J! *r, 3.S follow- : .
*rieloj hn'u. "'a 8a d5sir2 V'.a'e -
to sat J .art .f Southern y ,
dip } t/JG. ; tnea. Let rather
Lss Dfoi- os rejoice ,
: t.rei .
,,... abe:. ;aliut, }. n"w, :a-: <. yon 1" c.
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{ rupees cf ,tie dJv+l.Jv*.';3, LJI} irnifcota : tint 1Ire"ere t.orn'n the SoIlt s. ":es," *aM"the !*raF .j.1cl.t. "J'IJP

-awjarorj tbe.. J., li..*".fcif...bfc.si-J.-. g; enbcs tbgu&iA .,t ttk re ,7 With the m;1t-u<>nl'nJi.1t'-t' hare at- back to tnv .L? tra.'c -un.os;; ljr I ';:-:1'1 I. \
the Ad j < "
; & ti3i+4 ry our' : self sacrifice and devotion psid forU no J. "
: vfoo Were: Ultij Cfj- >3,U_us Ia arras. I \ the
He of the blue sort dida't '
5fc 'Hbrr em ,! f our j n-sce
: : die Szibme ofi to cuBTictloaJ of right and; be heroic
: :! o.funbf'-tu.d r peci. The ; anbject:; furtLe-.-SMounvl..ITU:. .
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I Srealeiza F+"eoe.j ia the rceoti. tsar, :were t I talordispUfedbt'onr $'aLIiees an! Gec- i .

J :j I ars3"rtw 51 1riI, '! a4a : fjr dire _rcLeas of i i.b adtl I ejaJiia tie field. ATbea:. tbe time sfcaU I.I tjT Wade ilaui| \A'u': deaarure far b's:

J :" ,& bua at ideas of Gawaui irasal G40'l;. I! camP for tie exhibition of these !fraud; MjSsissippl plantation, takicz, wuh,.! ioi a,
'! =I crrcet" ; trail of eiarac, I1i SotnVrn !! laree cumber of freedmen laltoreis .
1 e2xasalmt. Tike ::rt'U and cable haJL5: ofdaracaer peopled I as ;>

i' j i1..aa tu Lb. 1 1 '4iijjn d in ibis com**!, ttitiny I tale that stand la ubich fatal: virtces the subject of _very I.ueriug'UIu ","u iuJ"6

W.r c&c ; tuttIa theta lo the respect of EC.IBia entitle Atm la lie estimation: of tie W&>hinton:: t- '
; : I
I Iitra. Imes &aW.renW in HCIL.aZ".1 tle 1 ; ent.
1 ar..d to : j;
caJl. lie /atore a in this \1jJ i in Toroulo ciake afharit'that
|.cmn i>i>faef ; GOTtrsis.evt t i thei'.eaj ; -
: j : lie r5't:*. 'I seal Uforf Use world it. Iue.'bIo' .- |j i flU e: U 1ry. TLe power of truth is greataA |j I met Georgia:; ; oo tie tales, was the. prop-

l'' ueA. ttSy' toj i' Cpoo priocpJa liltt >BJ eoseres eeter [ : i:2 lb f mi belief it eta yet triumph, +I I erlv. ,,_( tho.__> (_''_'r.r..t'.I._n______. r.n".n__ .___: __,-.1___
ret'ulcWo 'i veer the >oEt5ca] factlr.tr of the Xorth.
J mast rest Bd exerts their ro1rprpoD( ] was desired for a raid eu' 'Johnson's Uland. -
I *lska "(,a: i j r die eoofret of hP gcrerned, be South j 4 I It U DOt lee design of Provideijc that apeople I ti -jr.
: !, I .
; I &ie GoT eAB- |I jltonij pass tiironIi inch \I. .. ..-
; : j era people bei>Tp that tier were rig tt in I great L.Z?" lieu. James Lonjsttrtjijis# : fainted -.
1i, eescdf trials aid tcfTencj as hare tbe people of
I asseniast their inde ixleoca
of a JioO"PT a >artnen ljii Xeu Otleins
coj > ,
: ,
l.E.iete ,.-\.s.1 tie: South, without. tooia great moial benefit <
they apprehended was esl uacbis upon I commission business with
I ties Ira-
+ y tmg M
a -1 to accrue. The reward fur these suf-'
r,isd would dettror their 051imooZ_ Urs. Oaten, who .did
goodKsmce/Ull. I l..cuu b:11: feringl i> jet in store for us. Whatever
|1111 defence of tics r--L: they tii carriedoa >. .
i NlO&ge. sad < fof four felN'U it3ptrzlee4 in mar be the destruction of property, tie I ? .
j as will loss c.f life, and however numerous the IT The Nashville papers of theitlt,
the uaa1I of bi+taxc. Tbocgl.: defeated j.
t .dade lie it1 1 vorrow-s'jicVen homes of our land a' publish an order from .laj. Gn TUomss II
ia their iadeejxJ-Dc ,
a tLualrt u .. tier
;. : od Tin. f' gauge brighter and better day will yel dawn removing all restrictions from the Kpisc
: aft f I I bad oo. >e. On tie COD'I pal Church of Alabama.: ..
; the (rfcilssjwi'of $omi,eni eLar- J npon i :
i 'I )I .iCati closed Lis remarks t7 Gen. X. Dent '
:: f in tbe agar rata great cause for a Lyas..ur'l bfOtl: rtI..latt'a

s -' 'I 14f. i rlie. Who can look back I ing the members of Us desire for their Gen Grant, his: been. apjioiuted!; ": dUbura.

:.r", '. .' sp4a. the cjr0 aebjeretoe&u: of iLe orator aid in any matters touching, the interests Ink agent at New Orleans: iu place. ,of Geo.

"0 s.;!r 444 ass aad statesmen of tie Somih-WASH. of tie State and bur people and that be 6' ", Denui"9D.. ., : "

; rw z'l&itg J rS eXozJETTYC.fbt: 3Lt tos, Ctar and would use bis utmost endeavor to hare t? The Freeduitu's Bu.'-eau aonounce*

: Crdatstaia3: ; Cs$nao rx, aDd nrte: rtceoUrcitfjS the; relTiurya.Cl released from prison the citizens of our thai theybivo 9T3'acres: r o i pinta.

; : .:?: fa rca- .;.. vi ie' :raaJlti.1. CI4eftaicr. Slate still held in confinement by the authorities lands under calUvaiioo. ..Xkia{a events
a a/a Lear 6:,,xrwstL: Ass.s: : aai EpsZas E.L I at, Washington. ( abandoned and coutiacateJ property.E3T .- .,
: : : ; ..' tie Upon the whole under e circumstances :
t : can voaaaetQplt4e records :: Th Pension Boreatf las ordered'

:. ; ';"';"! 4 I.! :.1.r; e=., !>-U: uric; and luffiUrj-, and j r we think Mr. CALL'S speech a good 'the te-opentng!!: of the Pension Office at
well timed and suited fr the
uthe. a 11j: ; Le..u i one existing I
: : not + i :( jrD a &111h. 'i Richmond, Va., sad has al'l\Oict..t| &Q ) sw
: offlVrs. W
!; : e:: !...t : Ueis L :-.** a Soutierc slate e regret our fcabaiiy I agent (lies eto..



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BY TELSGRAPia. I I L.'l'UnE.SENATE LEC.. The Introduction. 'l.ulJol'.of, IIoredl I A Loyal SsUB'crer.: IJlcJli3BIN{ & ALLAN

Mr. TlwdJous Stevens mail l with
FromTHE 1Vu!lhhlfIton. In the Senate, on the lOlh instant, Mr,
longing to get back (1'011I'the government -
SPECtATr COMMITTEE ';\.T THURSDAY, January llth, 1B.(\ STEELS; Of Duval 1 county;made .the!' fuN :ut least twice the! value of his HAVE NOW IN STOUE

\Y01 11LWASnIxaio8 lowing report) from Abe Joint Special{ iron mills cldstroyeil by the rebels
Senate meta present t
Jan. 0.<.....Thofional Co'1 res' Committee under a resolution flirocllng'
Mr. Brevard reported joint resolution"in only because he and! Ins constituentsran
Special( Cnnitnitteo held,,a reconstruction 'them to take Into consideration and < TIic Largest nnd Ilandsoniest
regard to adjournment, which, was adopted awny'wlicn the rebels Tk proiiclieil {
today appointed ,
Senators Feisontlon ineeiliit "f' Main, .nllll John. and a committee appointed. to notifythe nittlce repot t by bill or olherwjso: ns'carly,, diem, has brought into thc'llousea ,
\ )House. ,
liOn, of ;Maryland,' ftiul Representative( The bill for the relief of Mrs. Martha as }practicable, what Mean's, if 'n ly, the bill' For; I'onlisentfug nil sorts ofproperty ASSORTMENT 01'
Wn hhlll'n, to wnit on the President. The State should employ'to efieonrage the ( iDRY'
M. Reid was put upon its passage! ; the at the South for th6 benefit.
latter gave d the*Sub-Coinruitteo* an audience vote was-yeas 13, nays 13. The President i- immigration of hdrily: ; laborers Trout! Europe of "loyul 1 ) siifiVers." 4
lo liy. '
his casting vote! in the aflirnia to revive her Industry and '
General Frank 'Blair has teen Very gave davelopo Thinking tIlt "bravo men who GOsODSn'i
strongly urjred ns Seprelary o; War, and live BILLS and the PASSED.-To passed. extend 'and increase her, great resources:""'* ; fought fur the Union ttf' bo us' small f r
Butler! nhd Banks appear" to have been the jurisdiction of the Justices of lmpl'csRl'llI'ith\ the importance! of the of soul as" ]h himself; this burnt-out .

partially uithdiawn. It is whispered, subject embraced in the, foregoing resolution ]Radicals 'tllck *
the Peace. Polyphemus of the EVJil: OFFERED FOIL SALE IN FLO-
Hint the change in 111* War Dopartmenl To prevent camp or fire hunting in Taylor they'have considered! it uiiunrely. rider his bill "doubting the bon II" '
< will occur immediately! after the delivery and Lafayette counties, by nou-resi- While they recognize!; the great advanlai 'on ntD1"
liv :Mr. SlA'nton of the eulogy upon Mr. de'iis. gps tibo derived to the State by, me'\ns tie out of "Confiscated! property:" ,

Lincoln SenatorTnimbull, of Illinois, To provide for the relief of disabled, soldiers : I of immigration of industrious and intelliGent The honest citizens of ,tho United'States ".

is indicated as suCcessor of Ilarlan. in the and their' destitute widows and orphans .I foreign laborers, still,' in the present who1 went to war not, toyrpb Consisting iii part oC

Interior Department. crippled condition of the financial, ie- their but to maintain :! "
The visit of Assistant Secretary of SOUl CpII of the State, and in view "of the fclIow-cit zcms,'
To organize the Militia of the Stale: Brownand Bleached "
the laws in which till Americans Muslins
1'reasury'Chndler; to the South, is expected experiment which she' is, now making ,
tu djvelope some gigantic cotton Adjourned. I' through:: her: \legislation* to "direct and should find safety' and honor, will r .. ..; I

h'nuds. HOUSE. i utilize the class laborers already in' know how to deal, with such "loyal Jaconet; ** / ,

The rebel commander of the Alabama, her midst, the committee can see no sufferers"( as the author of this fishhook t ... .i' w nCambric
Captain Seinmes, is'still confined in the house met-a quorum present. means at her command to ,be ,used to advantage .,'
Navy Yard instead of being removed to Prayer by the Chaplain. I, in the encouragement of immigration bill.! -New" York World.ALABAMA ... and l

OM Capitol Pilsuti. lie! is comfortablyquarteredancl ;Mr Atkins moved that no membet shall and, think thatfor{ the present, nt o .r--- -' A ,

amply supfilied with both hereafter speak on any subject' beforo the least, hl'l'emll'ts should be confined to .. Swiss'JllHsHus, .
necessaries and luxuries, his ivcnls being House for more than five minutes. Agreed the Government:; amide I training of her present .,- T'IO: Eulaw Whig anil Observer -" 'I \ .. .

fur'iislieil from a ipslaui'iint. and books to. class of laboi ei's."' t has the annexed : '* 'I 'VcanloaTlaanc";
I allowed! lie is guarded bvilia' The joint resolution in relation toad, While inaction'\ ht' ,
him. closely ; proposing on, the part Corn Is .se11inJ pulJltc sales, in this .'
IlIl.'s and it licit !,milted; inlei'courao; jonrnment, was lost-yeas 20, nays 21. of the State, i it is not intended distiour! d : ;,,.I.. :..:
bushel. ,1'oik .
with any person but his cntlll>p!. HILLS PAsSlm-'l'o provide for the, re age the clrtrts'of prh ite' enterpijse! and county, at ?lto $1,23; per Tickiigs. ". .::

The trip of Secretary Seward: sonth- 1i1'of disabled indigent snldieis and their capital to introducesuch; numbers and at a to,10 cents per pound, am mules ,at I ..' "' -1',
wad in of vessels of war is the destitute widows and orphans.For classes of immiiriutits the 150:; bead.! Credit of 12 *
one our : nrj wants of society an average! per I ItIlonlllM Blankets! ,'; \a t ",if
sulijVct of i much speculation here. It iscOllfilently the relief of Lafayette county.To may: require, as the law of demand ., \
sliiled llmt he U to increase the power of Mayors or In- mid will "
proceed supply 'corm the ho teresls'ofsociety o '
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tendants of cities and townA -. n t'lbtt3; !
lo Vera Cruz nnd it is estimated that [t is believed, that /"reign in j- alit '
there may be a conference between him committee was appointed) to a niL tell igence! will boon bec.imo apprised, of ** ,:.
nnd some of t the French patty i'l Mexico upon) the Hon. Wilk. Call, U. S. Senator the advantages! ofh'red'ti immigrants, to Wiw 61vc; : aC11Y; 11. Cassiincrcs.Ladies' .
I'll'ctf'ld/ him the Hall for .
conduct the
to '
in 1't'I1I'ltuI"xicln: / rlKiiis.Nt.w enter the State, purchase her lands, and A
YORK, Jnn. f,.-E.\-Pi' esidentIil- )purpose of addiessing the General. el\l. appropiiale to themselves, the fcnpeiioradvantaiiPS 'r '

laiciFitlniuteand! Ia4y ailed, today in bly. Adjouuied. offered ,by.he11 climate\ and JOTaCEQ

h the steamer Eu.-opa fur' Brett, intending soil, so ndmiinbly adapted to divoisifiedproductions Dress "

to sn] >nd the winter in Spain:; on account SENATE.FRIDAY maiy: of which are peculiar' ;.?:'.... 'Jl'Incrovillbe n1Uet'tillf'or Goods.

of Mrs. /illmore's delicate: health. Prior January 12lh, 1500. ly appropriate to tt'urgll; enterprise and E-I( Y tlio aoekhulders Ut-orirlii U.\ilrnntl: of tho nt tho I'unimuul.lnnd otHcc- of t

to their deparluto, they engaged pnssaso Senate met, -a quorum' }present.Messrs. habits of lifo A tlm Company on Frlilny, 20th iTiimmry, 1806. French Merinos
for the Ginnd. Meditenanean expedition, ; Cottrell Pearee and! Abcrcrom -. A full HlmcHliinccIs ik'i-lr vlikus, liiKliioM of 1mporiunco ,
'vlilch i is expected to l leave this port on lie piesented, their reasons for Voting will picKuntcd for eousltkT.Uion.Hy .
the 12th:! 1 of May next, and which they against the bill for the ,'plil't'ot' :Maiilu TUB Sir.oso Dtvoac J{t C ?F.1'o: the order of the Board of JUli'"'octo II. rs.F If,LA, GO, English Merinos

hope! to join SOIHCH here in iho ;Moaitenaiiean. M. livid, and asked that they bl' spa' cad intense relief IIf all! decent people, the Jim": 11, ISCO-ld :4eo'y.ALTALT: ,
upon the jOIIlIlRI-g'IUltl'l1. Miong divorce case in New Yuck will

The English Ooverpuient has demanded Several committees! m-ide reports. soon be brought to a teiininatiiui. The I IB Alpacas
parties' to the, suit are ;Mr. P. 1*. Strong ,
the exltadilioi' of :Stevens: tIle Fenian Nominations to office veto r 1.1 \'l.'d "
Head Cent i'e", Lut Fiance has tefusedtocuiuply. from the Qoveinor and conflimed.\ and ;\II's.lllr Stevens Strong, Msife.. iffcft : k"", roiimt Liverpool Salt
I ]!ai.8 l'ABStW-1'u [provide for th" relief \I II'. Strong prays fona divoice''. chnruing J.IBU now l iJl'lng| '
that his wile at sundry] tinif" violated her Until,1' lor nlo by L. H. &1'\Y ER.J.MI. .
disabled indigent .soldiers and thoildeMiiute '
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widows, and orphans) nHtl'l'iltgp'It\\' with her hl'othel'ill.law, ____ Pail cle Clieovers .
!'i )ece11-of Gen 'elui.Gen. To provide for iucorpoiation' of cities, IMwaul: X, St'ong, and she, in defending( ,
SHERMAN addressed a People's; &c. herself, denies the fact but claiming WimKlS.
l Convpnliuii! at Little Rock, Aikausas, on For the relief of the Secretary of the tl) at even it' it was true, her husband had !Plain and Fancy
Cnltiiicf ,
fit her andive,1\ with hor while, Vf WltUkcy:
the lolh tilt : late Convention. given CL! 251 .iru'\IH toirrlvo per Uriir! "({ollollll\V," now
To locate the site of Brevaid county; I a matter of law and equity, lie was pijally duo from New York For suits byI All Wool
_ He commenced\ by saying that the oh UusiiLu/ioNS &c. l'AB'JJJUllc'"I'n; guilty, II \'illhalnt divots times \\ ithMis. ,. It. STAYNKR.Jin .
ject nf Convention had been fully set FedHial Ilelatious.Aut jleatra: Potter laid himself open to I 11, lSr.O-

1 forth by the Pre ideot!, and us stated by hoi'i/.ing\ the G >\'ei'nor to i. li'in: it 1llIot expi-cted or detired, either for the StateDirecting Double fteemsto he the custody of the SUNDRIES.

bv hiinseU any other military: olliuei thin Register of Public'Landsto too Strong uliildien! ;, one of, whom is at American Delaines,
to ensago in any political discii'-sioii.( It furnish the, Tux Asseswis and Colleutois u present with her. father, the other having' 10 If>xcs, Cheap Tobucco;: to 1OCOIItB

was his duty to obey. tlin l.iusof! ilip country with a list of all grants in the!'' cmm- l>een I taken away I llv her mother i-tfveral a Boxes "Northl''')>'," ''chat on, Silks
and that Ameiica teas the only cunn- lies, and to requite I them to assess and unrolls, MUCH, in defiance of a writ issn* 23 Rick Pi,'Inn1 fin Colli'iS5 ', Fancy ,
try in which law srovei'ned, and that the cull.'ut the taxes requited by U\r. ed by the :Suiemo: ] (Joint of New, YIII k. Vnrrpla: Oond ITnmlly': Flour, ,

law was his Gill!. Memorial: (t.ul.greb;: > to change mail The parties cllnceincil are wealthy, and 3 Choice Bags Black ISnni'ltiA Clncnporu by thu case Pepper, tor, family use, In great variety
He knew nothing of the/ authority bv routes. were among the upper tendon classes Cut I.oif Suunr, Hidwnrt's' best,
which the con\enlii culledhor -'- -.-----, Almonds, sully soft Blioll,
piesenl wiis :Mr. Keua-, from the Committee on dn I.isbnnpuperelicit, W-vic.'tor Sinn'"tIV1s:
did but A COLONY .'ORIcxlco..- We1 understand -
he care to know the people
; Kleeliotis, ref|,lot Ie(1 tesolutioiis leijueNt-, n"r in each neishboiliood and county, amid lug the Goietnor to older an rlpctimi for that a company of prominent ,gentlemen 111 hertA, Sicily: AT ALL PRICES.
State, l had the rI,ht to meet together' l Senator in the (0th Dist! i id, \\ hen he thinks troth this cit}\ intend leaving for 40 Flue Keen Old Nut Smoking. Out.Tobiu-cu 4s. 88, Ida and 1 thpnckmrrit.12i,

cons ult as in the best means of advancing pioier., Mexico at an ally day. Theyill) go atwhoteautoorretiib" L. It. BTAYMKU.Jim. .
: th" !intere-ium! the interests of theirrespective Acljouru'd. 10 via Xew nl'll'lIns.mollg the nuM ilistinsiUled 11, ISua-31. '
St'ates. ::) : persons of'tlie jiaity i is Judge : '

He thought that the diitv of the hour HOUSE Swun, lately of TeiiiiPiM-p, and an oxmeniher OSftco Post & Depot Q. M., Cloths and Casshncrest ,

was not to engage in political discussion, The House met-a quorum present< of the CmiteJerate Congiess.By .- ; TAI LAU1S.SBK, Fl.A., ( {
tit for each und every man logo to work, Prayer by Rev. lr. DuUnse, Chaplain addition fioumihor places! that number : J.uumry 8, 1650.: 5 IN GltE.\T.VAR1ET .-
AVe wanted elbow gien.te.Ho will be inct'enroll at, New Orleans, to '".
BILLS l'A9SED-'J'n raise a Revenue : rilnl PropowuN will be icoi'lvi'd nt this i'I'
said that Aik.insns vas behind for the State of Floiida. lit least twenty-niv i )peisons. '1'his mini- I ofllco 'lilt Monday, January 15th nt 1 o'clock, P. IIATS "AXD CAPS '
most of !her sister Slates, because;, shelmd I To amend, the several Acts lelatioj to 1 hot" alone will fuim a expectable colopy. U., for funiiHliIni such quantities; WOOD nB \ ...
not ndo > ed heretofore any system of internal Columbia Situ. for' -
,, working! \ loads nlllllighll'a's. nifty be1 required Govcmmunt flee ut Tallu- J1' ""
1 i'lipKivements to lend to the To !lix the salaries and compensation{ of --- --- liiii, .aui>, liirlda, and nt !:Jr, Marks, Florida: to BOOTS AND SIIOES, ', ;'
development! of her vast resonrees.Iis Slid furs. WA slltvtToN, 1h'c..mlJ'j.. US -" IVe-i- July Int., 1308. Sii'l Mood lo bo cut four (J) ,

sniiii iliiiin',' the, iiexl '. uVe'\: months To locate the CIlIi'ltyiLe of Wakulla.To dent Johnston has nominated Gall \V. 1', feeL long nnd dvllvcrvd nut mote than live (5)mill's HARDWARE, .,wr "
niiutd! Is immigration of Benton Collector of: the ''irst Intuinal I ,
t'e eau eighty / j
apply''! to Cong ess to rebuild CourtHouse I from the plncun above named rospeothely1'ropoeals
who will from five DUniut N :\\' Orleans in
thousand people, pay Duvul llevenne place
&!c", in county. for supplying each of thu above
to tiny (1'ilKu'S' each into the State treasury t.t Chits :Smiili, i removed.v CROCKERY,
To make dogs pioperly.To named plncei, lo bo iMido separately, lu duplicate
J. to ;absjtt\ in her extension internal itn- organize the liIiI ia. .. ;Mr. Smith's lends assert he has been tilting tho kind of wooII proposed! to bo delivered -

\provemenls, now in IJI ogl'eH Arkansas! RESOLUTIONS &c. PA ssin.-Relative removed! because of his, .advocacy negro place of delivery, cud price par cord, pluccd Tin Ware &c.3 &0.-
ought to have loads, thul facilities for biiffiage, and are' urging Senators not ,
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to cnlbicing (Cih section of Internal luipioveHient. In sealed envelopes,nnd\ addressed to ""
trnvplmiidlt\ afUmled.H .o coijlino Uentoti'si appointment. '
i\as the duty of every citizen to help ,I -- ---,- ,.
To election in Uievard
legalize county. and A not., (
Uupt. ;uui'terinnhiur,
each otheiv The country now was poor Requesting the President to Iml'dollJeli 'W)[. II. SHLIS: funnel ly .Austiian ;Minister T.Illabaeace Fla..Inn .
: < G-B..OOEB.XEJS.:
and the rich neigbbVir ought to assist his 42 died at :Savannah on the 20th lilt. I 1 I "' P "
poorer one. Give him money ,or a bale Bush rolJ and Dw's--yeas G.eeu.' nays :lIle 'sls. ...:____ ----J.---:: : :::: _o- ., ,_OlS06t_ ._ _.,_ ____ 10 .'
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of cotton, or a U1ue-IInvllillg: ; that could Senate substitute for House resolution FLOUR,
be spared, amid that, ,would bo an aid in in relation to direct tax! due the United VnOLESi\'LE.\ I\ErjlAiL'\ STOllE'
the work of b-iilding. up and jirosper'ing' States. SUGAR,

the country. ,Aikansastt he said,, with relation to publishing the laws of

millions of acres of land, and a pojmlntK u the 13th session of the General Assembly"; .....aUpr .- --- TOBACCO & &c.
far below of the couutiies 1 of SnutliAuteiica c.,
many In elation to pay cud lUillea e of inum-
that we'a re taught to believe -

hind uncivilized them! in and, barbarous and, i is': really! .be- berg BILLS and L&ST.office-)H.Senate bill to fix the Interests Q w [t S @ (tJ@) Powder, Shot and Percussion.

ci\jlization progiets.The on money, bonds, notes a"! d j udg- I <
delegates of the convention he said T Caps.
13 27.
-yeas nays .. ..
ought to be sine thai the 1l'e rearrsentfug ; Bill to prevent the distillation of spirituous '
the people and sentiments of the counties
liquors in this State-yeas 13, nays HKSITC'ri'Ut.LY INI'OKM OUR FBIL'NIDS: THAT 1VK HAVE
from which they come,. .
3. ill/ yK-NJlUA: tAt
4 He knew the Southern! people; and he Adjourned. Wines & Liquors

Lad yet to Fee any htgh-toned Soiiihern I" W5@JWm: &llirn SSID !!lli rnrn ,
man who would willinely or intentionally FIVB !MKX SIwE0OATED.A'terrible! '

misrepresent himself obtain pel'ferment case of suffocation from gas occurre-l at the Old Maud tn Tulfabiibace, where we lire prepared to supply customer with all kind of The largest Stock in the State

or place. ,the Bremen Hotel, No J37 Lake street) .
Don't be in a hurry-bide your time- Chicago, December 28, resulting in the Dry Goods; ) Groceries, Hoots and( Shoes, CONSISTING OF I
10 build luI( your country, and never mind death of five m"n, and perhaps bis.-
about voting lie thought in time all They all slept in the same room, and it i is
supposed that, after retiring, the cap of .
were now in favor of peace-every one the 'as pipe, which was merely stuck on PORT, SHERRY AND '

defied it, and there was peace' There I with wax, fell off, allowing the gas,. under AGRICULTURAL! I ISVSPLEi EWTS, CLARET WINES, COCK- '
should be peace ; and U Has the duty and full pressure, to enter the room '
pleasure of Gen-Reynolds to receive and Five of the urea were, found dead in -fa.t tho : vvos\'t Onah P1-i.oos ::1"01n.sh or TAIL AND STOMACH

hear from each individual of that Conven- the morning. Another was still alive, CODrT 1Hl'TEltS, &c., &c. :,
tiou, or of the Slate, any and all grievances !but insensible' .
of Florida
and that they Bhould do all In theirpower J3"The are respectfully -
Having CHtahlbho) a brunch, of our IIOIHO in Now York we are prepared to furulah Goods of nil\ requested to examine our stock
to aid and assist the people in their !::trIemphl: papers give an account I.hlll.,111 any quantity, oa the ahortoat notice cud the most udvaulugoout term. before deciding[ ; to purchase New York,
effoits. He believed that if proper rep- tf a well dressed man who froze to death
\\'iIl(1111)licato all bills New
at York
resentations w el e made in a lespectl'ul last week. lIe hl011 hisperson as
in that city Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to prices, thereby saving them time and
manner, and they were of such a character a watch and about hventylvo( I I freight.j'roswt.ay.
ai i equired. executive inteileience, dollars [In mouev. On his finger he worea
that President Johnson, or even the present plain[ heavy gold ring On the inside HODCKfiSS SCOTT fc CO. l ; nn goods sold at retail.HcKihbiii .

Congress, would give it their attention of this ring! were engraved theie" words : ... & Allen.

1 and without delay rectify the evils 'ronl Sallie to Frank, Oct. l \60.- :t\TIJ"ti'V': TIO :u:.
" of which they complained. This was all. I I TaU..ha..eo.I1 0: II; lSG -l)' }tel J5J805-tf
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!E.VE.NNG._ ( New :SketohfPesi< lit Johnson. I II s..urI'III.. UXEXPOlt'i": ) of Varieties.

BY ICLWEII. up like ,The following sketch is furnished \ ,

Intel by tho St. Louis Republican 1 OMPANV -- ...
The week In pant!, tho Biitibnth! dawn conies I IMPORT .
Kent-rent In pence-thy doll)',toll Is Juno ; ) of the "Of erect and elastic form, about WJI. P. SLUSSEK
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And Btnndlng in thou ilamlviit, on the which, five feet nine inches high, and well ,

Of n new nceno of being, rnlmly' think ; to have a proportioned ; of compact, flexible TillS COJIP: : \'1'I.I now nrunnfzud and v>Q T .A. I. T.J A II ASH K Kt 1''1.11.,
prupiirvd 1 tv umku; liburnl nd\nnce_on
Of v,hut \Is guile, In now, and Boon "hull\ be, present and powerful muscles, he impresses '
A one that trembles eternity.For alcoves Copper, Tin and
the critic as a man of'"almost Cotton and other Produce
ouch as this new eloping week la poet,
proprosod limitless endurance SHEET ,
Iu:! filch advancing time will clone my hut, nctivityand ,
Such us to-morrow shall tho awful light! over'the and, perhaps ; of enjoyment. Fifty coiigluni'if loour AnoiiU In Mvurpool.( Thrprrs-
in twelve I eniMiltic of Cotton In Liverpool IM from 50 to 44 DEALKK IS
or tho eternnl morulng hull my tight. : years sit lightly upon trim ; he cent'prrrn.nndWrguodtpland0ttinaril l from
:Finally, I moves as in his prime, and'seom 80 to $1.32 cents for good long Jnlton III OiiUI.We .- I
Spirit of good! on thtB week's verge: I stand, will "dvllnoe ol\e-hlllril. value In Gold or lidi'iiiKulcnt English, ,French and Domestic -
Passy, a i never to rest. His complexion is In
the Influence of thy hnnd | ciirrunojY
Tracing Thnt hand which guiding' lends mo gently,calmly; *; [!!" / : brunette ; his hair is dark, but end"riniiU'i-f.ftollultorilt-r
Up life's dark, etonyi; tlreBume\ihorny hill. strangers adorned with dots and lines of Bmiillcut unli-ra for geode l from Kngluml, France
and Gurnmnv.mdllAUU. Plain Fancy & Japanned Ware
1'hon, thou, In every storm Mist ivtturt-d( of these silver ; his: dark eves are brilliant F.Kt/IYD, rrc,M.'iit, *
Bom'uth tho wing of thy benignity Parisians ,Inrksunvllle, l-'lorlila.
/ ; when at rust but when impassioned -
A thousand graves my footsteps circuit about E.: '1'. l'AI'B.genl., Llternmil( Jon: I"d. STOVE HE DQU RTEP.S.
set are as glowing coals of fire ; the .I..T. IlKRiAitn, Jgont, TalmluiKKUFlu.. \ .
And I exist-thy mercy's$monument .
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p Thero is I Nm 1ft-yniP
A thousand writhe upon the bed of pain crow foot of years are near,them, : A large: and handsome variety; I of

I live, nnd pi ensure;flows through every ; more and glasses of Brazilian pebble j ,B. BROKAW'S'

Want o'er ft thousand wretches; ; d'aes her ; already mark tho decadence of, summer I COOKING STOVES,

1 circle..by ten thousand. mercies (InnJ.i ring the light of life. His features' are pos i LIVERY AND SALE

-* ; Exposi itive and decided his isas I CombiningSIIEIT
How can I praise thee, Fnthcrl' how ; expression I
J/y debt of rererenoeTaiid of thankfulness, Fair vivid, as sunshine glancing
A debt that no Intelligence cnn count, bo: through crystal, prisms ;"yetT care ,.t. Stables, ffff

Hlillo every; moment swells the vast well.rep and thought are chiseling their atlas AIR-TIGHT,

For week's duties thou hast given mo on his manly face and brow. I
And'ronghtlle! to Its peaceful close nt ; ,, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 150X, AND
have heard ladies affirm him tho a-
would .
And hero my grateful bosom fain "
A fresh memorial, 10'thy glorlousl'nl. King. handsomest of all our national- dig- -ALSO- PAKUm COOK1XG STOVL'S,

S.. ; Belgians, nitaries, and should you ever meet
.' [From the K.'V.;, Tribune ] corre him in the social circle, and converse CUtR ACES;: BIGGIES. \r.GOXSxn i' All tilmiiifd in n npnt ami dniilile man

Telryrcfk with him would doubt- .\ IIAR.\iS3: FOIl SALC. ner. They, cnn IIP, shipped, to any, part nf
The Great World's Fair loss indorse their you opinion: 'Without TolI.h"...,., Nnv !Il :,-If __ _". rnnunVuitli: |"ii'ifcctsafet> SlfVK
Paris in 1867. ril'JCSniui: jLTOWS; :: cmixtnnlly mt linnit.Oatiloor .
House of ostentation, his apparel is W. H WHITNER, i woik-J'in lioofina: Outtriinjl -
At the forthcoming ,> of 1)e- Baste and 'without
; elegant; vanity, down 1'ippOtnnmenlal Ilnnsp
,t( is proposed";' levy 'upon in he parades no superfluous ornaments ATTORNEY AT LAW, lipid :Sheet: Zinc, Sheet Linil.'g"Sln .

thing- ': Literature\ of Wales, of taste ; neither a fop nor a MAD I'>OX=" FI.O1ti0A.TTTII.L >|> work of every desctiplioli|

and the Drarn t. The King of clown; you: remark him as the dignified riiAOTici: ix Tin I: counts I : OF ,i limit nn hurt notice.
YV DIP title] Circuit.lco .

Education,has recently died iti' and finished gentleman in his. 2J: Ull.-i_::IfHodgkiss, ______ ,_______ ii i ; : -c: t1oziRa.: .
that the methods of instruction in much niodo and "
pursued in France, shall be the lath __ ----.----.-- Scott & CO., WOOllEX> WAIII:. $If *
mitted to public'trial and the i \\II.MIWVAKK.:.
agoguo of all nations are the I 'J'(1inxts'ral.ti( \ .,

vited to compete for the 'palm. KAXSVS CITV, ,Jim. :3.-Advices NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. [ 11.1 ESlXTS:
he refu
I (Of I dpsciiniion on IIHIM). CallPMiiiiiiie and
the Stints Fo couch saintellAO pvry
It is intended to afford an Belgian's by Tlinn. It. Iloil.'U"l *, lulu of unl'Hton' 1'oth".1:, \before plsrnlX
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; 'collI'eiLth'l'I' prevails on tire Plains. ilinimri-I t ,-. | ;! e.
tunity to compare the moral and of 4th '. ", v. 7.1.1pInlNew '; :
O. \\ c'II.of II rIll of(! \ :colt A. c'" 1'nlln- ,
trains have lost -- -- -- -- --
noaily -
cial of nations at the Snow-bound hiiHfi'i..
progress : the crojvu)
till of their auiiiiiiN nail several D. n. I'onV.) of Him of rou'.o: A. it'ihi.iti, r.iinl.iMi. : .
sition. Concerts will take th June, l ., (Iia.v. Goods! NewCOOds!
in which'the'virtuosos of all teamstors were severely" frozen, \ (,. 1'onlinf! firm of (J. '\'. fVott i C;.", TilllulUDper \ -
J"'li,. i .
of thorn Even
Home f.itnlly. mon
tries will produce their : : l. The
vocal and instrumental I wore picked' up on the route, in ,a ----- I NEW GOODS !
tic .,
LquisP, SI'"clllll1l1elllloll ghiMi to tin- >lo of nil kindn utSOUTHERN
One will be able to hear of 1 helpless condition, awl taken to I
Italian French and English ; ': 1'ort"1)odgo: fur treatment. The I'RODUCE, I -
i anticipated heavy spring irnmigraj ,"..110 the pmnlinpu and hhipuipnt' of
each in its original :
as, ;
also French Vaudevilles, ; see singular him j to this pl.ica has already begun ( Household :Plantation Goods M. A. Dzialynski ix f I'i

Fantoccini, Spanish Sainetes, of Brus !I the arrivals being greater Warts, Implements, i,
than at time. E.istein
t)mimes, Marionettes, dances ivilltal, any previous : HAS l l.rtICFliNU; : [ is STIU.U .
capital is taking; business lots MACHINERY: &C. ,
athletics, will all be seen in how up ,
rapidly. Labor and material for ..VKIVIXC!
national For ---
true coloring. tl1"v for him
immense I building purposes( inadequate REFERENCES :
representations, an different
A Well() Selected! Stock of Goods
to the demand.EXPKNSIVI ,
will be constructed in the I 1'h1l' Curl'lo'r & c. Sew York.I
Mol of 1 I. M""ro.U'llIIn., Uu.IIr:1I'I 4

with numerous stages, which his I : ,:. IxsnttrKXT.: -A celebrate : Crnllllt, ,t lo"'JIIIIIl"'r' Ain.A n J'
n.l 1. tin"E.
bo open day and night.At been CUXSISTlXfi OF)
I l old violin was sold nt auction lined MII"'"'. (in.
night the Park of the ,1'10, (Whllllo'lIl, I"',"nJlolio, .\la1u .
only'onco, a few days since in Baltimore. .
I idly: J'rpolol..nl'Illtc' 1:1I1f1.:: nf 'lorldJl.'fhIlJlhll" .
tion, containing 140 acres, for, he have This famous Cremonia caused a ." Goods
the most Insurious decorations T'I\ .e.Ilimbilton: Vrt-i. Md. File Io.'om. Dry
large attendance) of musicians from pup, It:iltiinoriOit. -, ,
namental shrubs, flowers, and : mob, no' various cities. The fiddle was -.'4-t_r .
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tains have been projected, will of for- started( at ;SlOO ; it ran up rapidlyto DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY '

transformed into a fairy land i', re' $700), soino, fifteen claiming the FOR SALE Boots .and Shoes,
myriads of lights artistically! from
bid, and finally was knocked down .
for sulo-u (-unif rlnblr
That the wants of the
e: windows to a Baltimore man at S900. IOBTI'.re hur House ivi-ml. O 31s O T EC X 3ST G- ,
man may not be forgotten, l Iy ocrtipli-d'' tij Mr. 'Thos. IllIn\'ll,1| ] r '(f
lg end, "I'fiir tl''<* ril l li-iu't'of Sf. JI. 1
will be ample provision of and the Culune1111-u\c, the Ahi iatattt, Commissioner l'lIIIY 1'1: |. The IIiillKplininiHqlliirtiil r9 IIIH" LATJisT:; [ :STYLES; (OFLai'Ies )
houses restaurants hotels J'llIhllto: 1111,11. In, tie lulilol" a J .
Freedmen in
: Virginia, beau ii r'tilgr'v'of. onkn .\ii.i<*ln-d CI..' itivfinioiithonttpB. '
rooms,breakfast-room! and ad- has'.Iado nil order that the btu 1 liiclinllnff, blti-hm,, rnrrla i* hoiiMaiH1Kttilili I : (!! and (Kruilrmrn's; \ halts,
*. nlh: n nf\rr fiiMiut!! ;till of f\ti-lh-nt \vatir. -
milk-dealers, beer-vaults, : of laves must for ,,
fullowing owners provi.le Thpivtro right: I loU iiiliiion, lilrltr "i
bread, waffles, apples, the aged' nnd infirm until tho count lie |iiicliin'H! :' nt the ':''uuf' HIM... TITMIK fur tlwlmlo ,., : '
modcri'tf.\ ThU\> ft rr opiniiiiiiliy] fi i iilit HOSIERY &C.
awater-in fact, ; : cannot )' pour houses are ready to receive < lining' a ilmirnlili1) city n-nl'li-nrti In it plrn'tin''' ,
all sorts for all countries-from loenlltr, with k'lound MMi/h fur It Inrlt'* wiinlt,11,
; :;; for a them.A .JJ".IOII'JIr.I. .
cuit to truffles-hard cider to to .- -- Oet..I..r 20-1 Whli li lie, i-lfeivs: on low trims f"rt'11:
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pagne. All of the railroads ; time 'to special dispatch from Galveston orCnl'TiiX.

brought into connection with mentions a case of highway A. J. PEELER, '

Exposition, and the trains so Belgium ,; robbery, by \which! a New Orleaiii ATTORNEY AT LAW Ha) ward's Old, Stand.UPP. !. 'l 1
II I, 18lii;-:Sin
lated that visitors can be landed happy merchant was relieved of, one hun- _
; TAI.LAIIA', FJ.ORIIt.I.Offioo .
the spot and remain I until the dred and sixteen thousand dollars.. R. B. POST. A. M. HOBBY
up Btatri over tho state Dank.
.rAL ----
moment. Th'
to tears
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sion appears to fear that too Tennessee, gro t'eU1ancipt t1 1 POST & HOBBY,
dispersed nftor lie .Inbli..hm'ul of
will be done for mere live the one of his: race the other day by Until Suite Uo\eriinunit, will give( pnunpt intention
shooting the contents 'of' a to nialtcitf-Ci\ll nnd Crinilniil-bt-fore General Commission (Merchants,
in their park and therefore gun
; the ProTont MHmhnl, nt Tulliihiuwpluii ]mr-
other enterprises. A new ramrod and all, through. hill head. r1c.may ile.lri. legal ndvlcc and 0..1011111..11I111 l NEW
act OB cotiniicl for the ih-ft-nco before the Mllltiuy
in process of construction over : .- Courts.1'111 nli.o make liiM-dmFiiU In read ti- }In". 14-2'n
old stone of At the lowest estimate there are tutu, and noijolliitu! lo-uiH nc'Ciiri'il by mortgage,
quarries his ","I.U"II,1.to other''' bllllllO' ,e of lit i chnrui-trr.
\ of Columbia Dissolution)
in the at
north-east of Paris. The him not now October 20-IfPEATOEIUS opartiimhip}

Boulogne will be rendered most be least fifty thousand negroes, against TilE firm McDoiiual, A: llnlitiy/ ] dkrnlwd
about eighty thousand,whites.. & CLARK, those h"l.b.1.l lonnjd, "r.inrnn lire r''
tractive by two new lakes and officer, qur.trdlu.chinbyca.h| or note, with the ub

terfalls to resemble the army cir- Snow fell at- Anderson: CourtHouse ilI KC1IAXT TAILOIJS amber. JeWS McDOt1u..n.. .

Tivoli more than 200 feet in I S. C., on the :,lGth': The'ground ro.. ](V-If

The top of this gigantic work planned \vas covered to the depthof TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Saddle Harness and

be ornamented by a observ- two inches.A CarriageESTABLISHMENT
the ,Temple of*Vesta, and at "You nun is under 'arrest in Paris K mid for.>lo a large and varied lunortiui-ni of I
base the visitor "
can easily lose .
for burning the noses'of her school .
way in the labyrinth of destroy : children with red hot tongs.. GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! -

grotto of Sybil, &c. Also, the have the I lime jiikt rccrivcil n 1 ergo a.aort-
ly Park of Monceaux will be officer I It cost Hecker SlOO,OOO.'to: be a ALSO, inrnt ot Qowlb,coimUtli g of .

fitted up with flower-beds, cafes, not the defeated candidate for, Mayor: of Cloths Irutlemen'i and )...,1''..' 8ndclp| .
and ". New York. Fin Double and Single Hnrii'M
dancing-floors in the ''"Yes. Brldlw, Collar and 'Vhlr", '

air.In ; man.-" The 'Catholics of Chicago have CilSSilMCK'S Saddle Clntlis.
Shoe:! Flndlnn! of m ry description,
the city of Paris, the; new to DumI formed"an association with a capital r.ratherof till kind,

era-House is to be ready at the I children, of $366,000, for the purpose of Vesting:!: s %' Travelling Fndilloand bHtchel:Ilnnif.. and Hurd"Trunkf.Grp, ,
the '
of Exposition. These"are decrepid building a hall to' be called the Curringo Trimmings,
Wagon and
Buggy Huh,
official As
plans. for the women Hall !
Catholic \ccli Tics IJiiffey tlIortslpok"1: and sump
tions and speculations of private helpless Buggy Ailu.and Springs:! '

dividuals, they are numberless.One I fire the Rarey the horse tamer, was

plan is to construct a lac p,' prompt- stricken' with pualysia in Grove- .Suspenders) ; CARRIAGES AND :BUGGIES .

enade, an immense basin of : care to port, Ohio. He is nOt expected to of every description

with floating coffee houses, that load recover* Gentlemen's Hose, &c.: Machine made IJelting.diWork to order. and Kepnlrlns don. with

a rants) orchestras gondolas A clergyman named Townsend .
go ntlemen'. garments rut and made (In fftthoimlilo Anent fur 'h.cln k Wilson's '.
and lanterns. This miniatare at all." committed suicide in Wilton, Me., style mid nuporlor mnnni'r. 'J\G'IACIIINF.S.: "<>"
be held MT bloro: neat to f. B. TMuni'i. .J, .
.ice; _is to at Varennes, in i on Thansgiving day.J B FUKDTSATURDA
October J4-tf falllh..c., FIll, 0 It. J d.--tf r