The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 16, 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
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System ID: UF00079923:00010
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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hc 'ildj[, k fc1;hf tniinct eign and domestic dignitaries, and comprehensible music of Tannhau-/ I ted the attention of the surgeons Burial of the ConfederateDead.

to gaze' admiringly upon the gold ser, caiofully relltl
U rUBUlllKU KVKRT and gauze of foreign diplomats, Tine hnnd. The lively young l ladies him. He was closely observed, The funeral obsequies' of the dead

their wives and daughters. It was from East Tuiinossou! were in a state night aner day, for forty-eight days, of the 'Eighteenth Georgia Battal-

'Tlr.by, Thllrsday< alld< Saturday'. not so great as it might have been of most interesting: expectation.Mrs. .- but was never detected asleep, andit lion (Savannah Volunteer Guards

At ''Tnllstli M'<', Fla. without bothering tho white-gloved : : Storor' and Mrs. Pattersonrose was then concluded that his account were observed with appropriate )

.. poliremen. The President took his I and, sin'ilod: cheerfully, while of himself was true. lie made at Laurel Grove Cemetery solemnities -

.'EIUtS II station in the Blue lljom just bo the l'resi.lont's face belied those an excellent picket guard in the army yesterday afternoon. Not.-

fjre" eleven o'clock when tho for engravings which represent him asa and years ago he worked on an withstanding the
inclemency of
Six day, at appointed hour three
lr !Si! Muuili, in ,
Advance. Biusfle Copies IOu.vrns Cabinet, Supreme Court Judges and sition. All classes approached at I being able to do duty in the o'clock, a very large number of our

'Ccrsti.: I their ladies were announced. Sir the rate of thirty per minute, and daytime, and earning double wages. most respectable citizens, ladies and .

'Frederick Bruce, the tall\ portly:, anjnyod the inestimable privilege of His appetite and digestion nri excellent I gentlemen and youth, inclndiogthe

OF ADVCUTISING,' white haired representative of her looking their grout friend in tho nnd ho requires rather more I relatives and friends of the gallant

To hot pxid for ill Atlvsmoo.One Britannic Majesty, was the pioneer face and shaking; him by tho hand. food than an ordinary man of lib: dead, had assembled at the
iiunrr, (12 Y""I"r"IIII""I)or !le.., fur the 01/ the first named class ; while Mr. Both the Prcsidonti.il hands were build.Wo of the reception vault,(where

Ii ratlnsrrtlon I .. |I 00 Stanton, with spectacles and the steadily employed! for a time, and have heard of persons sleep- the boxes containing! the remains

,"k:.cb .iihirqiifiilliwrtliMi .*.. 74 smile, was tho avant courier of the I their owner had 11 pleasant smile ing continuously a sort of lethargic, had been Peed side by side and
J>.r..t.. Mud. Ijt'Kttl Notice* lo.tf rtiftrifriltlio Cabinet: They were 'quickly followed and a good word for each comer.- but the case of a healthy man doing covered with laurel
wreaths and
BI ne Notice 110 trunrticht of 1)itnl..dan ft.'TfrlUtmpntt! u AJuln-, ; however; by Marquis de His affectionate, simple greeting 1x> without sleep is n rare olio indeed boqueta: of choice flowers. Tho: sad
Utranir, tic which the chart shall !h.-. 20 90Uitiury Montholon: French Minister ; Baron the children in the throng w s'par' and almost: incredible. Thereis company had gathered round and

( \ N"ulcr and. Trlbulm at.Uf.pett Stockel, of Russia ; Baron de ticularly noticeable and was remarked nothing remarkable in Mr. Saun- in the silence of deep ,
feelingmore -
a adrrrtl.eniunt.\ Wederstodt and Sweden all. Big-hoarted people ders' his
.Iur"od a. Norway bv appearance, except eyes expressive than the

; .Count Wydenbrick, of Austria afterward"remarked, as they) gos- seem a little watery and slighted pomp and swell of martial military music

THE SENTINEL ; Commander Bertanatti from sipped in the East Room, that the dilated. It is possible that he is a with which the last honor are paidto ,

3.'the ",I'y p"l'ur"ln FlorMti 11"1'1'1,11.1".1 the Italian; States ;,1Mr. Ttaasloff, of President's success in putting little humbug, but we give the facts as fallen soldiers-awaited for the

r*f n three tlint" n ekMid thervforuitlftmU In 'u1t.Hcrltam Denmark ; DulfVrrse, of Belgium ; people at their! ease: was "sure indication he stated them to us. kWe should I performance of the burial service

J the ret.hirdt mucus of otitulnliiif. the lut Van Limberg, from the Netherlands of his, excellence as a man. say that Mr. Anthony, who we can I by the attending clergy. After the

... new by tcict lCrlll'I .and mat., and full "'. ; Senor Romero, from the Nearly four thousand citizens paid I vouch for as an honest man. is also arrival of the :Metropolitan Fire

flmrtnofUiu Now. Votk ..*! outlifrn M.irkein, republic of Mexico ; Senor Molina, their respects to the President before impressed with the truth of Mr. in
Company, a body whom
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tint proc4tvlliifiof among ,
ttt wlllnl. j .0 TuH erpor..of |
from the Centrul'American States ; tho reception hour oxpired.- Saullllers'story.
as in tho crowd observed
the Tivtlitiir'; Tint Sfiitlnal' U fiiriiUhiri t..ubs.rhber _. we many
from Chili Alter two o'clock large number of -
Sonor Asta Berunga, a
veteran volunteers
At the |III"'cot living( rntta. in the late war,
OJI and plain John Ritz, from tho coloied citi/.onswore admitted to Rev. Mr. Spurg'jon on the companions in arms of those whose

I mountain republic of Switzerland. tho congr.itul.itory circle, iSi their Second Advent.Mr. .
names they come to honor-
: JOB These foreign ministers were generally white brothels had been before Spurgoon having had sent an appropriate hymn was ;
. ciMiiiextnii with the Suntlncl', we 1111\'. K mi- dress them. This the first time in sung ;
in their prescribed court was: to him som tracts purporting to be after which the
; pert r .n I varied, uiomrtiiifiit. uf mJ .loMilin very rich of course, but unique in tho I1l11alll'of' tho republic, and written by himself, predicting that burial service solemnly of the impressive -
: VtTerhvl, and lire propurt'd to ttiwitiry Presbyterian
y 1'- : the ot Senor Romero there to be no reason why the end of the world is to
. .,rlplUn of work In tint Hue with ue\lm+i and. 'eyes Aourgeuite. appeals ; likely Church was read by Rev. Dr.
'r'" Inks fur I'rllltllllC In rulura. Onlcr 10),1\' appeared in a plain suit of hearty good w llhes. Jpr ,the President's made thereupon the following deliverance Presbyterian Church. After

.ipr*** will receive' prompt attoiition.( Ourprlru black, and was the recipient of an welfare; their "God blessyou'll" : the
reading, a most fervent and
tow a. low a. the pruneut high com of iT.iiekinter extraordinarily hearty shako of the and invocations for a hap- You will year of me in Bedlam
Uln' luer: IIlhllh'llig will n'lmUi.f, "Ir" feeling prayer was to the
,1>cluvili o liicrcH.- rates whltihjjrule la other hand from the President. The ladies py Xu'YtHU' and many returns when you hear of such rubbish from Throne of Grace, by the Rev. $yl-

sinter't hll.III" accompanying these foreign wore audilily; and'respectfully 1 expressed me. The Lord may come in 1866, vanus! Landrum, of the Savannah

-- -,-- ---- parties were tastefully but not expensively :and plentiful enough to set and I shall be glad to see Him ; butI Baptist Chureh ; the ceremonies

|IC.irrmp'Miiliiiira of HIM .V. T, Ili-ntld.) dressed. Judge Chase, ,.'r. Joim-iori up with a stock of do not believe He will, and the closed by the Right Rev. Stephen

wearing the same benign, unimpas- beni-ons to last until another re- reason I do not believe lie will is, Elliott Bishop of woo
Rev Tear's Day at he While Georgia, pre
sioneJ expression which: appears on ception. because all these I half-penny prophots faced the closing burial service witha
House. dollar __-un He will.) If said lIe
the one greenbacks, name say they brief but most touching allusionto

with Mrs. Sprague, his' laughter, From t.Rochester (N. Y.) E Jlress. would not, I should begin to think the solemn occasion, which thrilled

:"Reception by the President who is thinner and,paler, and not The Man who has not Slept lIe would ; but inasmuch as they are the hearts of every one present.

and Family.carors the Kate Chas Ouio people ad- Since 1851. all crying out as one man that lie The funeral rites being ever, the'

mifod.Half. will come in 1866 or 1867, I am inclined -
There is a man in this city to remains of those who had been iden-
AtlmittiMl for tine First to the'I'ime.Itccepttuss an: hour was spent in the make a brief stay who has not to think He will not arriveat tified were borne to the family_ lots

Blue Room by these dignitaries in slept a moment since 1851, over such time.. It seems to me that of the deceased for burial, while the

WASHISOTOX, Jan. 1, 1866.( Iollilace and decorations, and those fourteen years. lie resides in the there are a great many ,prophecies eleven, whose remains could not be
ladies of elaborate toilet and versa- which must be fulfilled within the
town of Buffalo Putnam county, identified, were buried in the Savannah -
The customary reception of Newt tile tongue; animated converse in all West Yirgillilnear where he was next twelve months. And I prefer Volunteer Guards' Jot, together -

,+ "Year callers by the President at the modern languages was carried he has to stand in the position of a man had their
t burn, anti where spent most ns they mingled :
Ita the White House to-day shows us on, introduction ceremonies were of his life. The name of the sleepless who knows neither the day nor the blood on "their field of glory.

":'I tthe Great Reconstructiouist in ,anew gone; through ; still President Johnson man is C. D. Saunders. lie i is hour in which the Son of Man com- When the graves had been closed
.i light-that of a dignified, and his daughters wtrelnrut'- eth-looking always for his -
in his forty-sixth year, and has a appearance over and strewn with wreaths and
,2'.J? 'lie nty, genial, self-poss@sse i, social '//1 ell. Mrs.I Johnson and Colonel wife nnd even children. lIe served but never interfering with evergreens and :flowery the sad

..dem'JCrlt"hich is cOIlle.I led by Robert.J: the President's sun, being in the Tliiiteenth Virginia volunteers those dates and figures which seem throng withdrew in silence, manya

,k those who "visited( tho republican indisposed, did not receive. until mustered out this spring. to me to be only proper amusementfor kindred heart experiencing a re-i

.palace to-day to he the highest The officers of the army and navy lie visited our sanctum yesterday young ladies who have nothingelse lief that the loved and lost ones

type of gentility. The thirty thou.'sand were next presented to the Chief in company with Mr. Anthony to do, and who take to that instead had been gathered to rest in the

dollars :appropriated by Con- Magistrate. Many of the foreign and from his own lips we derived : of reading novels ; and for bosom of their native soil.-Savannah -

-I ; 1 -press for beautifying and renovating dignitaries yet lingered in tho Blue the facts regarding the extraor- certain divines who have exhausted Ileruld, Ia1.

the White house has hot yet Room, when tho hero of the great, dinrny cui'stitutional. peculiarity.- their stock of knowledge l about >.

reached the hands of the Coinmis- of wars Lieutenant General candid sound doctrine, and therefore try to A Maine -r, states
est I Ho POSSLISSOS a open countenance that a colony
,miner of Public\ Buildings ; so the
Grant, grasped the hands of the I \\hicli: goes far to impressthe gain a little ephemeral popularity of fifty families,principally from
'"Pearl of the Republic" was President, the fervor of the shake hearer with the truth of his by shutting texts of Scripture as the that State, is to embark for Pales-

to show himself in a rather dingy which followed, convincing the lingerers statement Ho never feels fatigue, Norwood} gipsies shuffled cards in tine in July next. They propose to

netting ;for but all he that., shone In accordance,brilliantly that it was'not one of mere even when working day and night. days gone by.COIINTEBFEIT. .. settle at Java, the ancient Joppa,

-enough formality. General Grant passed He says ha once worked on his farm building lots having been purchasedand
the time honored custom and
into the room, respectfully greetedthe fur yt\\'o'days successfully, putting! $:))0 GllEKNBlCKS. will carry out with them Yankee
.,arrangements! Mr. ladies, and at once became the in thirty acres of wheat, and duringthe We were yesterday shown the most improvements.

,in Blue Itooni. this time bare centre of a little presentation circle, same period worked all night, perfect of the fifty dollar counter- The Farmer' Bank of Kentucky.
.uf ornaments excepting a couple
feit notes that .hare
he vacated greenback we
poition'which as soon his tobacco and
a hanging up crop having lost $60,000 by the Morgan
with'fresh flowers the ladies.of
vases met with. It is excellent in the
Mrs. Patterson as it could be ge tely done. Following huskin<>'corn without a moment'sbleop yet raid in June, 1864, sued J. W.
theVhite house -
the General, nearly everyofficer and at the end of the time engraving, the paper, the printing, Witherspoon a returned Morgan
and :Mrs. Stover, Misses Craig- in' and indeed in its whole ,
of rank who chanced to b/3 felt as fresh and vivorous as on the appearance, officer attached his land and got
,otiiles and Baxter: two pretty young it is well calculated to deceive ,
Washington today, paid his re- first day, IIe served in the She- [ judgment from a circuit court for
\ : visitors from ]Cnoxville1'enn. '
lady: spects to the President. They were nandonh Valley, and was in General any but the most perfect of the ox the whole sum. He ajffala the
and the children of the f\milv.-
,, all in full uniform and presented Hunter's army during the celebrated perts in such matters. Tho only ,.
The bruised furniture of the East
mark to which we can venture to
a very brilliant appearance. raid on I'Yllchburg.Vhen case.The
Room was removed, and the car: direct public attention as a caution, new New York HwrWd build-
the soldiers leaning against
Captain Fox As. were
pots covered with linen spreads toy Subsequently of the trees and dropping to the ground is that of the button mark on the ing, which is being constricted, will
, prevent further soiling from the sistant Secretary the naval officers.Navy, from tho terrible fatigue of the lappet of the coat on the figure of contain twenty five sleeping apartments -

feet of proud electors. Thanks to march Mr. Saunders felt no need Hamilton, in the body of the bill. for the editors and reporters.A .
The Diplomatic Corps, the Cabi- ,
the womanly of the
supervision net the and naval officers of rest, but with the exception of In the genuine bills the buttons ara block of iroa: buildings in Chifa"'O ?
"Tennessee housewives the army
dingy rather indistinct but in the
as active and ready for counterfeit 50,000 ton has
mansion was made having taken their departure, hunger, was weighing: ,
quite -
presentable but is to be seen.-Phil.
service when he set out. one raised two feet without
President"Johnson nerved himself us been injury
i The Marine band in scarlet
. uniform, forty pieces strong, discoursed for, a friendly muscular :etrug'g lie took part in all the heavy adelpJtia Ledge to too building, or disturbance

most excellent music from with the vigorous bourgeoisie. Policemen fighting in the Valley under Sheri- merchant f New Y to tho occupants.
tliui' in the battles of Cedar
stationed along tho and was A ork lately
has been
.an ante room, through which highand were Gen. MqDowell sue4
low passed on their way to the route to and from the Blue Room. Crook, Fisher's Hill, Winchester' recovered $1,000 damages from a Sot $100,000,damages for arbitrary
&c. lie was at last attacked by telegraph for the careless:
New Year greetiug. Without, the United States Marshal Gooding and company arrests in California.Franklin .
chronio diarrhoea and sent to transmission of He had
Colonel O'Brien took their was a message.
t from the melting up positions
streets were sloppy
the crowd near the President, and the one of the Philadelphia hospitals sent an order to "stop manufactu- was a journeyman printer
suoso gathered joVous'eU-wishi1'4g populace were where ho passed last winter. Here ring" a certain article, which 'was and son of a tallow chandler and
the and "
about carriageway his constitutional peculiarity attract transmitted "keep manufacturing soap boiler.
to watch the arrival of the for admittpd, keeping step to the in

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trict ;W.: chip! HIP folh.winz:; item\ fr. in tae: .' .
That HIP Constitution of the United with : ) I .
; (:k on\'iI1t! Tlmtt of Thursday\ last:' dptil'is entirely !IOO P in, Uichmomlnt
State*, as it was made by .its (I amen and as :_ { I The L"i, I e
"t h.'jrli 0.lll1or8Ddt\ C
A. Hart & W. A. Shoter, : ::A iipw paver callerltha,I E< last -hoi' '
EDITORS: .UD PROPRIETOR interpreted since, by the highest. ; judicial :; ) to I\.e s'tnrlpI',1 Fpinniii'iiin., : connpimsplating, elf! to plIhll hurl, wItsky! ,

I tribunal of the, country, I is totally di're2 I tarn giving Stale cold I" )people| '
-- will.-
.2 1 ; ( TIp, tpnnipr I FnnnlAln has been tnaVina the r.r6te.iinl '"
fWMPil. !
rded the Radicals of HIP Xoith, U a whll eIiln'i
I'V OtlPI ,
FALTAI3A F.F.: : I ; \ f.om the linp between Ibis and the. ''nncn.ian. Julius, abotil
; fact patent to every one The fatluersnf: and ; !I I t \ HIP IMpn Gplh', Tl//e! Ba. I" whit l"<>-e

TUESDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1866. I the Involution made it a Govpinmrntfor ether I 1' and Fannie now' inn ipffnla.ly. lottn, In Xoilhein compnny' ,co'i-M lin'Mlt.' re.'a to e1ilielpina ) -

while nien. The tll'jI'OI'IIS not contem. HIP ; I' We At.p IlIf"rlllllhnl, the, fpan'ifuntul! lies "01"111 i.nr )people, cl-nrgirti, Iiiahr,

Agents for the Florida sentinel plated in that .instrument in any other and i stoanipr Tilt. Paint, has kern rents and t'"iCP" for gas anal' VT1" '""
I I Cliarlp,, blip anal inittnrii.iiinl.lp. 1 other det.lmps.!' d!>"
front HIP : 'lon an
subject \\ )
Mr. D. H, WIT.soL At QnJrcv. light than, as piopeily' or as a being ; coiilritpilsomph.m
: boat Dictator is to lake her honi'siies.. and nif1pcpr.cNi.wp
:Mr. TiinyA JFSKISI". nt Mad r ;ann.lfessrs. entirely ID toe l
DREW &. OAKLFT at J&ckson- I u'II'IiCtTt.i111DS; been definite set- \IIu.1atl.; : own phut nt last 'tate. rl"krcl; offlatobi
I I' I I Prnvisinral'Gar. :Marvin! hhty U, S. -f 1'iirliaplps -
vjla.Maj. ted! bj the, Supipme Court rllie U'.ited HIP i Mil: bi-foiphvt two
F. C. BARRFTT al Gare.villa; I The : 1 I left beieon Fri.ltly mornina last liopplp-u ippiiileis WPIC at-
Mr. (h. E. Jonjcsos. at ')lonlicplIo.Ir. States ir, lIre DBRI SCOTT 't-asp. fie 'is Toes : i i. Cimpnny. with .(;plI., Win.,; I T. Smith.I on. tacke'I q. hMplpss.about elPteii\; t'ch'tk.'an: Bmail!

) 'f. 1,. ?TBoMA'r ntDentil f'pnlop\jJlp. nol"a citizen, mid cannot cue iu the courts .h\\ : Si. Marts' for Sataimnh. on- his way. sliver, I.v f"lIr.IIpn, and cuP \l.oy.. who

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> :.0:1: >1' of the United Slates as The S tat -. 5 fi',nn nne" W _, of I the Jitrpatik
of lion. Thomas Cnllzell. I legislation of Congress from the estab" I In. ; i I DrS.t.icsrT.; PAT has, flprlinp-l" Hi., (,, bnndleot'repntnrialpapPrae,1' ] : Horn! slip
' "' of liecpjxpr 'of the. Laud 0--, of ihp Thi'if I tank n knife nil'!
; Constitution the.eceriStahl '
1 llislnwllt: of the 1 lij nits, n i -".,nl Tallahassee)) : mid i i-'. pnaisnl: in I II-OHI HIP two 'tuirintt, which was nil llii

Vc are pained, '10 annonrcp HIP death I ; of the. Si: JtII 1I18Inlro. has been, .I nnd I I titling' nil pxtPtisivp ''I jlmtniioii; iipn.' I Tut.
  • pf lion..TROMAS EALTZELL at his rpiiilpnrp -. 'dance with t l,is We wish him nbiiMlanl rarroteil/ in tie, most
    in nf coi ". tleoty. XllIl'i'.I"1! f lo 1IJ I : I City ; stitc!! I III brief, tie \ f"p '

    near this city fn Snnday last., His I or persons of1 color, dp'cpndanls, ..of...!the! ;5o q.I '. at'In>ntpli.ltbSiid'linlv:se zed moundtlielhioiit' ,,
    fnnpial oli' pquips on yesterday were al- African lace whether bioiigbl, 1 to this i I MAIL( r"TnAcToI'I 1 of the pt-o- J, : tiptk' Lent back, ; mouth mlnrspiiiix.
    ,. gin; 1IIin'p., !' ( nl I : 1111'11'11111'> chum Ii.
    pitirp in 0101.1'1'10",1
    >N f. mail / t | ) (
    tpndd )J'y the Governor and State offien country and cold] as slates, ,.or. oI: ertHsp. 'i we
    to j late bidding 11'- lel"e'eil PS e\lmr- Ins "cone, In. in. ,sli1'ithetipeiaCMi,
    < HIP Mptnl-pri of the LpgMature and. are nol contemplated$ in the .tenna Kcjti-:; havj : but, ninnv of HJP hill; Ial'p, been I' should itp"sp! | laKtpil! :'about tlirpf! n.inDtps .. -

    a large corcnnrfp of cilizpn. yens" and "the ppol.le'.nf. the Unitp'l I, 1 iP'liiCPil mid '.routine's! II u'P bpins I I which' \I ni onlv\ )I-"'. a !sup|' to I.v the

    Judge BALTZFLL wai, wp liplierp, lion.. States," used in thefoimation of H.pjConiliMUion. : I l! on IPMIIS fali-f.f'o't) ; to' Hipfiptmil-" I 1I"n, ,', mipto.ichof!' half n do/i-n: C"'.|"P "flailipinml
    hI' HIP ; WP understand I thai!. .in fiflilui"... 'h g" ntlentnn' nn.' HIP ":"H'Mrf! siIsthe !'!
    in Kentucky bat.. mine to' Fiotida at hate been : : I
    an They ever nibj"ct ,II ; -
    aii<:!ht ; ( f fn"Hi Iho.p.l..PI"f..l.p. 1I""I'PIIlh. fulloW- I."t'| '1"1"1.1'1,1', iniioiliiclo.y' CPUniotij
    eaily day,. under the patronage of' that to the e\cU.she: lecislaiion, aid control;' :: ; have bran' madi*. nnd'sert ;ice will II ns f'.ronpof ills', fltp'aiiioiieiti!

    great and 10nrl.JIlan. 'Jon:; J. CniTTF.v- thp Slates' 'in ,which they le, de. Tbp oat of "I Implll', "* ns Ann.' ns PVistni.i','
    DE.N. His acquirements and sliiliiiesofin Slates' ipsppclivply.'in iheir invpipicn ca1I : 1 '" ", m ,HIPIFeiPiit';/ 'IPIIII' ': I '. .4Fjoni roar" ..f.\r.; 'John, GIPIIIOI'S; ; ;+,-ttui: .e., "tt .
    of tin1 ISii'py's: i 'llj! 'nh.' JI'loni Bmid.lipjwppi.I; JffnpippMilimilTnpMiiPllisitpiis ( : !
    cave li'm; prominence at the Har.: and; I'achy, pitpibe negro the right of i Pnuant, and inltisira'1-
    Ii I r.inj Gii'iipstille; : In Kpwii.iisille.Ffimi : ii. H>" pa" ] .
    I helccnme, confessedly, the first jniM in Mtflinae, to testify'in lIre coot ta-, lo sue OYF} : : 1'ahll.T lo :'olplJ..illp.i I tin Yd!" .iHMiil'P'1 IP)| time. "f 1'-'' ht '10111. w
    the Salp.; As Judge Qf tl.p Ciicnit Couit; nrd le sued; but this: does! not make him. C.ri. | ; : ; ''' 1'u all Midge!: !I" )lihpeLnrg.Frt lipf.i..Pif\i.ii;., JmiriiniPl'kiepI, ',1f," whalr. .

    and suliseijtiPtitly Chief Justice, his. name itiw entitle him to such his 'n: OI.MIP. Sirii2| : < !o WTiik'ihoo.i: : tat sp-nnu mil aiiilttailpiU" in (lie snip t
    a nor tiny 1'\ up
    t From Campbclltoun: : Kli.: III, Genet! 1I | F'.rou' s-.f.-wf 1 WPIP hah' niH.'iP; '1..h 1." .'
    nnd services are familiar to our people' the AIM It : ? '
    ; urges uiidpr constitution. aPP is i ". ITirf-OII.f.I.r, .
    \ : 4... I I.lx"R il.p' .alt ; hilt. mitt !">
    lint peihaps.' the most valuable of his julie : State make ; : : ; r Hilt, rei "'oll"d')! ;In .
    j giving, Ille f'J1l'h'ieI1'1t'lthp! nearo I %TeN 1t. Ocr.t. TFLF rR.tnit : | |I''IP ]>;\>nth : lie \ is "" 1 1t

    ) services wl'le' J1l'lfotled! in the tint tines not entitle him to the same. many \::''; '( : ; ; 1 1Flm Major I Gi--\\iii'M'; Sn::tl.. \"ij'l 1 the gutter: 1111,1 ,100. >' 1" ,tMissHiV'Mihiiittifl: I
    and last Conventions orsanire end 1, ; ; ; : I itn'e'u'* : fiom, 'mil 1': L"2ish.: ( ID llio at'shudctt'liicIi, I lie tti.s. rnmpi'l; ..,11'> ......I. )
    to ; reorganize other Sta\e. With the tiliztn, it ii is d Her ; ] I ] pi in HIP j jt "
    c'Mistiitr't n' snl b- ii'nlp, "". 1'....- toolHIP I WPIP, !t' gar!
    t P Pxri njva' tight |n
    : the Constitution and Govein- ent.; By nn article; of the cOIJn tuioi! Iv. I! P IpVyinpli! ;f.ohi. ill ,hute'to, (I.'lllall.1 i lolp ii'|un'tersl i l ''In( I'll:'o'.is'"il'., 'nil wplnptiisv

    meat of Florida.. ihp cit:> n oft np State I Is cnlitlpd >:,> all: si e\, ; !l ; ,>" TS, ..ihcp'fii'ix, : : niin'Pil: ll..I'' nn' nl!.. ; i'a' the|, nsriK lily it. IIIZI\I1! ;. ,

    In the Convention ofln t October, he; the Irilllq, ,p'icileesauil,; ; ,;} Iminiiniiipsof, the, : ii.2 1. I :!1 1 !' 1 iiiinninioiisiitX, nnd HIP nn wast I' ;111..1 r'.pi.'!. sPi- w li t we'llXVrcc'c \ lit.;
    was the leading number lie, Dill of 1 1l (110''it i,lie sjoi.o.l bv; f!i' tp-iioi I' Wi'lfPi' ? I -".- '- -
    citi/eiis of tie other Strips. Bill alien' a p'ica2 ,! : 1 : !
    Rights' wn drawn and! reported' by )him j State nnd into; I Gctl% \ I Gi.il: 1 ',"\'in'; N"II'PI1-U. I Isobj.'pl of tinniir SVi! :tail '
    n2io leaves fine pi'i-s \ another | | .
    } mi rl'ill1" farpiv,1'au k..wl.n' r".I'p I' i I,".... Clf i,i fl'. ,).
    and will -finale! his so long nt becon' ml' .' il.e''! Join, ;: ; i! : : -
    | eij nanie ) 1 p Hipiehy : PS j ct lo : !\ mi.io ,AM.nIiM: i" egatiaraInrun' t '; :'or.'l'ilill.
    .C .
    Tbnh'i'rera" Tollip'( :: '
    the, fionip.woik of Coveinmeiit t.hn1! I t r..I.,1' t1i" "(m .nnv lioldina. thin. snmi> (>\. !j
    our laws.of HIP' State to. wh'ch: -1 IP, emiciaips. : .. fmiii \,,u r'I I .. tie'. -::1'! obiua'i i 1\ l.ill'
    fland.' In} ]plicate life lie, was respected, and il i is within proiincpof Hat t Sap: : tInti | ,;\';' right iii, 'f'uln,' It is fonllilpiiilv nt"will l \\\i?,l nt (inthi'r'oirs: : ..1li' IH Hi':-: i h '-\* Xo.lliPII .
    ; "' Ihlll !'rnngeni"- \ .
    f ( '' 1I11
    liy all, not less his frank dcpO'll11l'ntIhllnJ. "todeteimine slat i condition; I ; ) 'nflV, <":n'AIi''lM' ,I." c h !ins' t'31'-
    fyr his | tns or. so } ;, ,' poMiini'n'Ptl t'',r nn Inipt'-i i' ,
    .,! !his. .stern,. uryleldins! inlesri'y ; and to nssinri! lultl'jo,- ihe J class: i-ot-*ienipil '*%;''r:r': '.II,:! '., ," ',.",, TlpI'II.h"Ju'II"; | u ''lus: nnd (.'11; oil 1 I'r't "1'1111.,1. iliif'Hil', ,l nn llic, Soulli.
    : 'lure, :, iK'Pi ill ln, >, ; .Iit.] { 'n''i.mli'il: fir nlii'.itp'
    while,,m political life, of which IIP had a as citizens nod to deny .li'tu, ;j;ndi I "'f. .coiu.ainlatp' I ,iliGiioial, s'll Li.;," _: l.iii1nVlie'i: 'l.p"1). l !U .',,- ,111. .. ills

    1 large experience, it has teen well said of / !piitilecps! and !iinmunities; ,! !enjnvedbyits, : !1 :; i. : I ------ -- I hll'ill.III' '.I'a"1' r'.pptpl'. lifl\innl 1":t. lifi" I

    l.ini"he went straight, forward,'and let citi/ens, as wUduin, piiiiience mill "t the!! ; SALE. 1 ] I i :' : ; 1 I :JI.... r 2irti> :fI.- ('ial. ;i :'tidal-" stilt rnt,,':lyHliirg: with 11'0111'1'-
    llip'ii-l I.d.n'. 'j' tutu 'tsntswarr'r, 'ill
    )popularity take care of' itself." In hi>( 1 i public interest nay, IPqlli'p.| *,>101' \I II ,"!''' '; : : I ; ) '. *S1-ECi.u KSpnatorfioin* Pntal\ cant .Isis lin. -in. l !Horn shah (' ,I"n. first i'llici ,

    death not only our city, but. the State ;f There is n1'nI'r rn.1. ''hp! .c.nll j i'!;1.1'4': : .'
    li.u..j "niTikes lip. illuuii i; -|I"I"IIIPIIII.', his"j! >" l'Jn.las) l.tiiiinm: : null taw p.niiMi' .
    has sustained a lens well uigli iirepaiable. I I lion" as il stands, 10' cl,aiue this .f .>l'I ::1''n j jof mills J I \ ; : tet' ,to q,.the\ Jacl; ,-at.v.lie:\ .L'niuH' "":,k, iLiled", I fluid 1 n tj.'nl'! ., !pa>: "snt!.!'pi'. ( M.iu. Wall IIln '

    -'- 'the negro or coloiod l.prcnn."Siavrs; ; i I -', "".. ". -e .' .. rlnl I) tusk t"'ln" 'mllD!l l lt r. "."'I 'arl"-'!
    Jalll1nl'n":)' .I.I : ; fc( ,:>:'HIIP., lull' tie) sea 11I'IIIi'q..lah.h.lIlo't:'
    : '
    flee .
    Adjournment oT the Legisla-: nesiofs ond inulaltoe, a.e / ; lull' C..r'h", rp'if M"-; ( [ji'nat wa"uTMipoil, when' ii.I" "',sj'1.. himj .
    tiirc.Both as a subjpcl and iufeiior IIUP. tt.is.i' in' I'n! "' ; .\.f the FloMila, : llixpl.ftl, 'nl, Uii hnim,.d, l-e1.l'.! rni;d-iitoa' JliP ,l h'iy mil .ill .,!is.I'

    Hoiiees of the General Assembly i lel'l'stin': to refer back and con1!ler ''the .lei ins. : :' : : : | : l which p'miilps, nn niinn'iv'of: six him j' '11'.e i:1: h' HPI.' du1VP'h.; :: .. T'IP li'iai rntl l|

    hare agreed to adjourn tint d'r, nt'i' u 1 legislation on this subject' nf thp vprv lir.n 1\ I :: I I ; di'lla-s'! fo- her iiiaiiiifii-ii;I OP I'" -S"l I t I"J) \PI- <;el"e.III! I ilu:; .ri ",,1'1 l 'I'll' M.hi'i -
    II"itso bn 1'1'1'e'I.. In' ', M.'P of 22 l" 'hi-: In,; ;'I'll. .
    o'clock this P. M., after a session of.thirtydnjs Stales. now, I led by n fanatical innjoiiiyclauinriiig ; the t1! t ', | "nihI'iolvPil up| on
    : :!' Tlip senlin.eti'S,. ol t'gr ..j'lIfl.> whii-li I 'I 1'111' t liM I g iliit'pil nnnv, .the sou1'' ::'l
    In that time a great, deal of for nesro equality'! Ipally'p"! .. "I. F'iiinl.1.! fiidpsiipiMilT\. :
    ., .. I : !I I' I s.-I r.f thin h.pnkpi. mill !?ttii'ilieji" 1 icli.
    work has been accomplished hv the mem' it-does 11( ,. piitp.in: iiiwauis, Ibis" lady.: is ,.Ii! in 1 llll1i1.1 "- where, sliM ni" i'.. lii' nlli-il l lni

    hers and we believe their legislation has: the! fact,that these. Slates legislated I The, ; ; \ | |.' '-,,' ; null i"| the IplPslinn... \\pioln'. h 1111"1". 1 ho seraoil" nlntii, t" npi -
    : he
    n '"1\1I1f1l1""pI'. fur h n>p \ ss i h .
    r'Ii-IIIIII iinkiwwM lioI
    been such as was nece.saiy for the be1-' him Asa Mibjrcl and infeiini: b:inz:; t 1 hell and .
    upon I fairs ; ( ; I'| il'lnl' ihiiusimls of .iliin'K!! cmild bnI I(, i (.inrinprl;' uu ll.i:; ,vessel| nip 'a\\,lhr. |.
    interests of the, Stale.' They deserve, -not considered i as an'equal, either socially I from I I i Pl in the lltP.) lint I.. lay 'dawn :\! Tl!a-.iS' 1'11.: :.\ ,mitt.! \ : ; '11p T..,.

    veil of their constituents, And will, no _;or bffoie 'Hit law. a7id: not 'Plilit'If'1; to i .. i! ,'edeot, In legislation 4'i: llip nppioni, ,;" | i ,1"1'\1'111''' s c-ta'day II)';,11111", i'liutara't) (

    doubt, receive: from them the'thanks and any slate iu the conduct; of tie G.Aein-. ; j at|,11,1', I niiiiiiVnf' HIP. people;" : wl.iuli j!is 1 ,ILa MpallllI''U; :S: : liiant, nini*Mli""iH'r.PI ,
    npsspp q' 1'1'1"1'.1 !:11 l hp pnliiistpd, to the I ; :
    coirmendation doe to tried and Til ." til"!! has untie down in,. lp| w i.c'ki
    justly merit: I 'Il.e : "dians.ih! of llpir ippiespiitiitivps, is ,
    : | I i, to siieas ,ni'rc'1, '!<; ma\: .'.,,h'- pn iMpj.orIn.
    faithful. public servants In 1780, the Slate of M.is-.aclmsplt., | very P ;' : : : | ptP.l. to IIP illllCPl; 'oils : Jls ilIII'PI'1' |Ihp|| .,' cargo. wlpili" ( wan n' i'" v f;ill n'-l
    Ihe honipof' + the fanai'ical( SL-MM-H and : .r."lflli1nl. ants it rclii-l. ul.ilimny1' Vi! il.lblp inn iith r.I'h gsf.lHI.WI.ir| :) |
    tart f ::; I 1III"IIi.lil 'ihp line ilftpiiuiup llipr. ,I I "."., -is j I F. llihble' JutitnitrtlfeC'l.TlOS '..
    l : I sats, !; will iMMotitt* 'I fun' :! t<> IIP ili>i">iniiiir-il, ,l. ', f'i"n, 1lh.:: -' .Q f" ., .' "
    Jiage pf any white pet' son with any "ne :NI IIii"'I' oftliP iii'stion' that _
    ; .. lams n : : : | i _._ -
    mulatto! penalty .. ll'p a-li'!; .... mill i iis nil I'I'j I' ....
    By reference to the notice of the Pa. & :gro: Indian or iut sting a HP : j I to'p si 'HIM I I
    : !
    I t '| ,. KulllMS: AT X w.T'>",KTin" .-
    I the '
    tllplit.u nil _ieiIhnl Slap
    n : '
    Ga. II.R. Co., il will be seen that a daily of fifty iouiids anyone who shah! :
    | upon 'I.ie, .
    "' \ I : j ,"'\ ,I"' t ""j,\ this; table lady fur all, ; wpeks's! P'pal.atr'| in hrulvtis" !
    vain each ill hereafter' lie them iii matiimony, declaring; such!; 1 ,hnv'';' 1. 'nn -, ,11\' '
    \\ 11)1 tun join inu, ; : Illls' M.tlVlP.l ,i,1I1,1"p. I I po i P' 1< PVC u.-'',
    the hours of the and void and degrading the ha\'.n'fi! 'n In" mind!:' la I ll.it:: ;TI'nl".I, tap.senttul .
    upon this road tnd that ; niaiiiagenuil:; >. 'I 111:1St: CI' : I ; I l I Iquar I hil", slur was) ib-viilina l hpr mast )1111 | : : :
    arrival and departure of the train at this issue 'Iith", the stain of bastardy, This; : i !"t e.tPtGols, lo thaI wills i ,- of !the sick i n nii'piicv Milne ol, $; !111.1); -173.Inrbi .-
    ; : woiimled ot the of Fl"> IPI .in tlie.. PNpo'ls harp:' bean to. r, ..
    and all other stations bas been> charced.f !law; was again renewed and impressedupon { I lerlceN II itdajii | \..
    : ; : ; iuiit, her ..lIlIf \i'ieily| was wipsi'pd i' i.itw.luu: : I. ,1I. Ol/7lt.lles! rnlltgdlflt ;:l (\\tr.: ,
    / This, looks as if the energy! and enterprise the race' in, the carefully leusc-J ,:>, ln-li1." : 'I I her, by, the Iii uules:uf onr. Xnr '.:?1:, ; it'd dhtn l'piii..n! -I'10 I liars, YII\oo".1'\ .| nl 1

    which foinieilv chat. acteilzed! the code of.that Slate, iiubHsfieil in 130.: ', lIpI..lo | his ibp' woisi ; n =11tt;! ,'1st-t! Tln"m.nkpr;, liis'i-il" 1'i, i I ky!
    I' : ,' ..101'1e'alipI in her 'I'Clilli.II.\'s..1 yrster'lny", 1',,,' "I' 'il.--h, ohlt.'shi>il'j.inr! ; A'.l1I'lIlil'i
    of this road Connecticut in 1774 passed a lall"lhi by !
    management: are fully restored. ) '
    I '
    : : ':f'lIlh7r. : : : :, Inlllt-) Ii, the, dfsiiuutioii. i.f >pintiing gratips: tut ); *.1111 nn i>,' 1IlInI',1 I. -
    ." It will be bailed with pleasure \ h l or uiulaltj sen-ant i '
    any negro sioiiei's | ( !| '| nini I 1'.I..t, ) papas)> .* hl'l'l 1"'I. of alt KimU. .ilaliliAin. this t.
    by the, business! and tiavellinn: public. found It'.lildeting: from l.is. master's: place We : ,'! c-.aiiiy( an'I ueiille, -kindness'i r of thin 1"1"1'1' O'..Iiat'ialpsThn', 1 1 rar'pit'l' ts tut Iba.

    without written pass was .to lie taken ; 1 ;Wfif not c'liitiiieil.to ConfedPinte part Ihllq tnr (Mi i tiantll'. {. (nnie. I.PPII. 'qllilA| 'I
    Judges; of Comity Criminal UI/aud delivered to huts master, who was and ; : ,,, .; Mi"y of tin sick j 11111111'11,1..1.I 1il'';'ifil,'iaviil'uinunnird'tn' 77.!lido/! hales; : r.
    I Co u ts. cem b e..' 1 .' Fpilpinlnunips.-who. \1 Pl'C' c l'llIr. ninUInj:! ilin taint miiiuN Ial', II\"P Se (I.? :' ".
    : I ache. to pay the charge accrued tbeieby. I .',II.I,''! Itictunond, will 1 Ions .plain } ,iXSWmr: > \, \ ....-y. rTu.nClh. '"'. .' .

    On Saturday last, Gov.WALKER sent I'his,! law WHS in force until 1707! ten yens I THE miiPiiiliiaiici-1, of the cotnj :a' -__._ .-;---- ..1(1 : ;, i

    to the Senate the following: nominations alter the adoption of the Constitution* Aid I II. 'grnpU a !, lIIi", deeds'of( :Mis., ;\lallhTln..hl! the C,V' "A < a i l'R'ty' ,ofuasahi.iii lhruzil enlhaluls: .,'. '
    for of Courls federa l e niation liicln.u'i.il.. |o UMMilmnliiMPMf I hp
    County Criminal : I.n 1833, this same State passed! a law )pro I "ot city .
    : : bill ; 'the Serf 1.tst Tnns'lasnys; Jl.p. :Mululp NJ; i no
    For Gad den Comity C. C. L "p. tibiiins! under a heavy penalty! the estab-j I | snh'nryneurtljpaused' "I'M. t '. ,
    For Marion County-Robert Bullock)) : of' 'the present > : : 1 lover LY the; Viialii.j, :.; \oteof Li -iit. G'Hen.or, llip| >p.iir||' fflfllliiliy task I'l.ll'P ill Ihits.
    For Jackson Couniy: Wm. J. Kince)'. UliinjI any school for initiiic-tiou -"* iMliin of llie vt -fl.\ )lr. llaba't. : IJieoii; ; '"
    For Monroe County-Winer Bethel. of persons' cf the African race, "I'ilhuut fb.llais; ; I .- i .f J<" : >lIpiMiiifCoiintv! ; -AI Irtsa nnilplllI"

    For Polk ronntv....:William J. Watkins. ,the written consent of the civil authori-i quite $ I IteyExUE.-The-- : tile huiiiN: !nf in:ai liDoii)' in .;Mi-i Tinss, ? 4'u
    receipts, '
    'y-Jan RS. ; (lie same ,ci IIJI '. The happy pair
    For Siimter C Kilsoie.For ; ;
    ties of the town or place in \\hiclft-uch ; "" .
    ) to
    Washington Connlv-John I.White. help ; : Tteasuiyfui-tliefi' nt ten days of the thus lnl"lf'.1III. a 'double) \'o.roge-Ill.. ., a4';;

    I For Holmes County-'w' L. Jamiion.For chool might be. The'> recent lepudiationof \ !lip( the l ; ) averaged nraily' tuo. ,millions, per '\'o\'lIgp for, lifo of mlll'imollond' a v'i,. ,1'a' :,,1\\

    Liberty County' -W. L. Kjle. negro suffrage by tins State show cc:n- Dial the whale. amount. received! ate in quest of a nm* lunnle .am! "'nntion-: ",* t ("

    On yesterday Governor sent in the elusively its repugnance l! to npgl'o equal j.b'T : the.fh'st day of July. hl.l.Ji i $18:3!!: ,. alilyttay: they flirl l (he hl\l'l'inp| f.*? '.''' '
    jiiospprons\ breezes and a puaceful h"I1' I ,.
    i when brought. home toils.0wn-IJeople '-es,
    following additional nominations ly [ 00!
    : 01 jii both. of. their| XPi.tnipinmc. pnterpi'iM's t
    For Taylor County-John 'Osteep. Dy a law of New IIan.ipt.hiie passed in teliete ) .. ,- : .+e+ ,.\.

    For LaFayette County-W, A. Grant. .815; no one'was permitted to be enrolled eral En\\'ls BOOTH, brother of'BOOTH CITY'HOTEL=TALLAHASSEE-We di; *'* .

    For Putnam County-Calvin Gillis. in the militia\ of the State but "fiee white. l'Iesident LI.XCOLK,'appealed siieto tender our pious thanks to that -'. :

    For Pt. John County-A. A. Bravo. cllizem and thin same provision Is continued !- It \ .stage: at the. Itiomlrtay; "Thpatre:, Kind and EPiilli'iunnh-i' piopiletor( ofrihis..s.. ''2.t11
    For Bradford C"Unl-L. B. Rhodes;. present, '" I Hotel\ fnr the courteous manner in whiojittPwpiPiPCBlipil ) ... .
    the collection of the laws that Voikon the 3d. Hii leueplion l was .
    For Hernando In .
    County-F, E..Saxon. ble : ( Hlill, taken cure cf ln> :!! a!
    All the Dominations were confirmedand state made as late as 1850.: order an omion'ns is i not'bestoned on an him n few days HIIOP in TallahasseeL\ _' ', t

    ordered tq be certified to the Ginee-. Rhode Island, ,little abolition holein, laws '"' iu II,centucAn'I .iinlience. of besides )CUatuiuil! how to p.o\i.le fur III,,' ""!Iii ".'[: !
    ,,,. 1' wn.itstiifl, I comfitK, ,, .'
    f his guests "MAC" '
    I thousand people packed the Iliea- !
    nor u> ". //Is revised code of 1822, passed a law forbidding ; I :
    ... )III the very emliodinip'.t. of "'., *.
    _'f ""1' ... ____ persons authorized lo join: per- ti7" ; I'fJ\II V.honlt; uJ1 n 'Ihe',appearance' I"-[ and hues a happy) tray flf his owl t, .., .
    The 3.cVsoc Mlle Union :\ ; burst t deafening shout of wel ing \ .
    state. [teat ons in marriage from joining in marriageany | pibodyl Always 1'11.0' "Aaur'ppnhlp *. .... .1
    tt the sale of;JjD.f! Hart's estate In that white pet-son with a negro, Indian.or lished in i and a long tumuli! of etilhiisinml; I around! him., -le'mnkl'lI: Lule C nil\f-ni.feel I':l' **

    city last week,"some sixty building lots, mulatto under a, penalty of vivo: hundred .ring, (be :: ;. -'. tf .r----,. .fh. -.,- I_.---S-y.------ly a M....atQ ,.,.....' I
    ont of (be four hundred and dollars anal declai lug such marriage 4 ... "
    fifty sold, E3T ; liII" House/in .,I.'harle.tnn.'wat IionA, H; STUART of Vi.gtjTanot s

    brought $15,000 and upwards, The purl null and void.. This Jaw was reenactedu ted ai on Wednesday, last, for the Hist bplns allowed to to lake hU: seatUu Con- ''v'" I b'.

    chasers will soon commence building the retted code of that mate in 1811 i third ur since the coiiimencenieiit' of, tho war. t' Lressr; 1 hits i etui Hid lump, >



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    1 t B ; TEtECR-A axing the peace eslftblislmipnt. of the arm l.nOCEr.nlH' : (:SV'I'Iflt I-EG. I C::iT' A' tinin of six\ hundred bale* 'of & ,' ALbENii1t1'L .

    _::7.:7: -___ ='_::-7 :-::.==:.::.= }'. ItprmidessPren' !! fpaimpius! nf nr 1i1.\'J'JUr.! cotton was lately\ seined; \ by the tnlllmryautlloriljps
    tillprv, Il'lIuf cnvilry/ nml sixty: of inf.mtry ..
    Later from Kuro:;c.DEOLIJJB ouch brunch with n pronoitirnnte g A l'E, r .j 1 1SATUILU.IY I \ at Clll' llth. :Mississippi. 1'ul

    corr: number, of black! troops' officered by J.iiutary.intli; 1SCO. n f i it 1 1'clpnged]\ to lenetal F"ortes-t!, ,who : NOW IN STOIIK .
    [IN -NEW : OltK whiles. ._ \\I'III.t 'i
    ;MAUKHTS.I : Senate met-*a (|uunnii P1eseut.Prayer was jepotted) as ; been shot, by the I .
    f )OIVpof"I'p,1! .nluton| declnrinz that .
    a ip !
    'is ,
    the of
    l hy Clinplain) Ctiard. Fjiirr t now-a, partner n

    VotiTt.Avn: Jan fl.-'I'h.. SIPan1Shp' ; '1i.t spcpdina nnd inatip! States sneel'll hud' deiiviim 1'0rfl'hplllIl'ir"'h1II, t I'' doeliineof On motion Messrs. bltrell, Toe, cottoi/flrm. in MetnPhis., The Largest and 'Handsomest1ASSORTMENT :
    It, '
    t I'a'lnIlIIJI; n-iivnl I with hivnrool! ) niUlces Indestructibility of |State (G'oveinmpiits.Hn White' and Hendry-! wejc excused flQIIIflll'lhpr'II'I''icf' -.. -- -- -,..--

    III the'1's1: nits Opneral JOHN 11. ]Hoot) was recencymartied "(
    said thnt, the dent I ad no right
    Pies ,, Mr. Brrvnnl, flora the ..TIIticinl'CIIIII, .I t
    \ -
    l.\IIIH:1.1I.-ClJltllll: had, declined 1 4d, to anti ; Of'
    Rpbel His duties 1
    In restate the State a very lovely accomplished'yonns -
    :Sale of ) III tlee. Il'I"I'll'll'| llinlinnv I iuciense nfcomprii .
    t e w'eklj!) 0 J) bales ; sales/ of
    Kildiy ljKil) ) ) hale: the market closing were 01111'' p\rcnlivp. -fltii>ii by IliN( General A-fsemlily, ( lady of South Carolina, Ihpdn'lIhlf"'lIr I'
    I In )the' (ilnnseVilsun, of lo'wa made a tin \ \ membeis would
    I IIItl' 1'restun
    with an upward' tendency.- I paid lii'eiciit Gpneial John S. of
    Speech| in support) nf the bill extendingIhp : lie uhcntstIIRi i'Ial. ** *. DRY'GOOD'S,
    Five t\v IIII.' were '" PABUi.n, To make ( '
    I : logo nablc ; -
    87' a 8. Irict of Coluinbtn.. : He dnid. the social 1..1.. -- -.-- I '

    N'KW Y'irtK. Jan -Cotton fpilet ; mid-, luonl I here' fosleiod 1 secession. lie mule I jnnprrly.To' legalize' Krevaid 1\ cnunty'election.. I., Commiltpe'to erect a moiiim 'nt t to I, ,

    (ling! quoted. at ( lavJ.: :. Naval. 'sloies a lengthy, sppprlt on ll e siiliject. :Establishing; chollls.forf, eIIII"II. rp.ident J.incoln on Union Square, KnwYoiki I EVER OFFERED) FUR SALE IN FLO-

    "1111. Uowyrr, "of I'PIIII" opposed: the hill on To repeal 1 nil nct 1.11' elea out Yellow : by, doling subsciiptions' have te- RlI.J.\ .
    flild; i] not eel nt, 100: .34EW the around thaI this: I Is a white man's: River In West Flui lust. need, the ninnunt'' jpiiiiipd.from'] flftt() t t

    \ VORK, Jan p.) -Cotton.( has declined Government.' (HP M illllr intention' waslopeilVet To provide, n yiitnnmiy ':PIIIp<1.V for collodion to enty-flve Ihotunnd dollars C-nlv about .

    \ 'a''i v the egltality'f' I the, incesScliofleM .if eights due steamboats, ships, fourteen thrtii'-and\ dollars havejhmar Consisting in of

    (1..1.1:18. \ : II.4. ,t of Penn.,. f.ivor"dtlie, bill. vessels &.C. f been mined. part. .

    Inv VORK 'J.iu. 1u..-Ct tnn dull ; devlined n"qnl.11'illlis! 1'\88F.1'-'l'o jmy eels .=-- -. Brown aid Blenched

    ,! In:!! cents ; sales> nl .!'.II b0. 1.'Itect from ;'IIf'X ('o. to ill'C'tnttlisiutlet'a" ..fU \ 1r titlfiUnff. : Muslins,

    1'obl I Vl\v fitt.i'\xs) Tan, Ii.; -.Geneinl R. C''CpIillg!' !: 1"hlicllIiol) ofllicliitts.In ID : } '
    Tlii '
    'M.-i.cf \between Minister"AdiIns'nnu reeen' corievpou-Lord Cia Ciawfonl.lS nijived in Drownsville, lelntion to |my tutu milraseof! members --.. "r.JacoilCt, II' '
    ntid i is aiitho Ieu,! by Jnn' IPX; to rnise nn mill<1 olllcei'3 (ii' "the Generally Assembly. -
    l'1] lieu\l.m i is pnhlKlied.' The futmersnyslllu CHANGE OF 'SCHEDULE.
    iur '
    I American H' Iiun Mexican Repubii( I' ,<'
    uli-n the :sue'\| mndoili i arrived I at L'ivnpool ; .\ "Cambric-ind ,
    th(. fiii'i'-h, (iovprnmeiu slumld can KeivJce.A ,tdjunrn'd. .. I .
    aatu 1:2.:2 -- ,
    recruitinz office had been onwpd in J'- \.... '. *"i" .- *, ,0
    .1,1\1' taken action .
    nea.irdiit'jr: therrew,- !lliowliM'ille: and it wns makinufair! I li<*nil, 1IOUSK.) I 16ISG6.On a' Swiss iUusllns,
    To TALLAHASSEE .Tun. 'u
    which the latter: ivplie*. that tump ,.f' i ;
    the CI'PII'1'" l II ItMi siilijecls\ \vhlrhfictiipclndi wny.Mejia House] met--n '11111111,111' piesent.I'nijer and after his lifc, She 'rnl ;,. ,
    iiciion: was Innicndinn! the stioetsofM.iinm by the Uliaplaili.,, Ihi' Pi'iiK-n-nl: and Ueol'g JCnllnniil...wlll. v Canton Flaunt!
    ( : on t epaitoflhe! (!t""ov r
    "uas, nnilclpntiniz! nit attack Me.ssis.! IJusIi and, Green wetp penult run. Lilly ns I'nllnvvii: > >
    t>imii >nl.Tlu -
    f.ni' '!ge inimbeis of tjnnilies were lenvinsiM.inmoias. 4 .I\STWARU.: "" \
    11',1111 L-li.iii"e'heir'fiites flow
    "my" to
    l r"lIl'lI1.; 0 Jhl 1! br hi"hly piiloa'KnsMen. : ': I : i i t.ci\ ( lIlnrl' all.,. ....... 4SO: A< 1.1rrlve.lit'I'ulinl'nr.cu TJckiiis.", ? .-,. J?
    + Ginnl's' i'piitl, us Rllllhl" doc'inuiaH "ay" on the lesoliiiiiin leqnpstin: the, iiti. B3l( .' .
    hicli: dues Gen Lets W.illnep nnd (Gen'. Loann. ; PifsldPiil 1 I.. pmdoli JpU'eiMin lnis. tx'iivti 'I'nll-Ihnssvu nt..1.. 7.K : .t : /v Far
    justice to his 'pp"utits.q *t'L'
    fall .. '' note connec'e I ivllli Cuuvfo'd. I nnd we. e ;Mr., (iieen' ,sfUed IhaV he) lint held a' Arrive lit ;iillMin nt ...11.0'' Blailkclll l t xv ;
    I ":'::111'1'1.,1| .II"". ,; nii.inunIli16P l/'S.: L"II"111,11.; .,,,, nt..:I._...-'.)l.::111 "> .' *
    Captain's : + r
    ' a toy .Anlu-il: T.nkiCity lit ...... ..... 3.0" 1':M.W'IdSTVARll. ,
    COnfl I'alc lalli.rati911 the, lio G nude -
    ( in The Liberal nil i
    army unriglhe: v\ar. ami consiilpied ;?\1'.11,1'[ '
    1tlextc4.Vasnixarox : : I vv.about Itteniv-oiip hnndied ...b C'lotlas8I1d' ;!;.
    \i 1. as guilty mm IISPVPIbut IIP thoimhti '
    tt'1 ; T.i-nvi-"- r.nki-! _Oil! )' IIt:..!...:. Km: A. )r. t '
    \ .Tn.. 10.Y..111111111011* bill! wns very much 'ciiiteiedAn \his, execution or' j linthpr' ? iinpiisoiiMienl' Arrive nt M-nllsiin nt.*......i..W.2fl I'. M. I' '1

    )-;ii"lelaiivMo| Cimfe'lem1', omiiiiiinn" : I Aineiio.in: schooner, laden witlinnns I could russet no ?mud iin'd, thmelore i ie T.I-IIVU, Madison nt...............I'.an Cassiuicm,1Ladies' : : <
    lo \l M-tic, mid. the ul.HH of \ nil !nnrnni.ilion consigned lo. unu'usay, 'in'nll; ,sitieeiity': ; 'let hint bop.irdniied rti-rhu nt 'I'litlnhiiMiHi' nit. ......... 4.:-Tl' "1'
    li, I Lent Ttil'iiliiiHS'-ct!'! nt.... .......... .. Goo u
    tfjivln pn-si-iili"t in llm ; lironwsvillmirchnnts" inn a- re' lieuTiaizdad 1 I -
    \\ el f + nnd l'i leased. ArriM nl (iiiincy nt ....... (1.30 "
    ,1 Iiv.,. help's: from, : i M"[ U nn* 'lal1l'I'I'"J : .\ Me\ico I and \I ItS sei/.ed; 1 by the I tote PAssrn.: :-To leznlafp the trans- ST. MilltCS1TttAlN ,

    ..4 ) ,) r.'t\ it'idi'i'st,,iii'liim l betttiMjn : 1 i Inripi!"' mists! poriiition+ of piiiM'iifjiMs on Hi:liho-iils r.cini''Tii1liliii'i"i'i'nt: .:.. 7.110:: .\. tfirlv Dress Goods( '
    Jl "C'O'i' 'i mill' thittsiir.io.iU in the Unite 1 1Jsiales I Gen. M'-ji.i Nsned nn order! fOIIjI'lilll1.1, : To provide' u a -miiiiiaiy I'CIIIL'1',1'', cnl,.( I t .. lit St. ;M:uku, nt .:.'. 'II.) Ii, :;
    conininnicaiion wilh, the IIIPI'lttlllsi11e. [.I-.IM- St. M-n-k-4 nt. .....12.no M.'
    me jttxwluepd. nil : h'Cliiiil, t'reiulit, (lip..vlemneis| (lull s &(i.. I ,
    1 ArrlVinlTiill.i1ini>iHii(._._., ....._': 1.45 I'' If
    nil the ci'i/ens of <
    He nlso tpquiips ; 1'n repeal Ihp act In lot'irk out YellmvRiver i : French Merinos

    tI.j'UI I'c'11in'-f COfrJlTSS.: I ,\l.itaiiionis' 'to lake thin oath of alleglanceto I'I' ; in \\'L t'luil In.; 'I.V J J;) .. tK&.""M'iir ears alt nr lioinwill MmllHun lii'irlvi-n fur; Pinner on, itoliii the nrrlvnlnftliu frutntutu ,

    Max'millinn., ,, f'o'iPiM'tiina schools for. fippd'nen., ,l eouitiit, ttilrt wtivr "
    WAIII.VIIT' -Tin., HhIII: llip "nti! .:.: : __ I IGC'Wi '.
    : : pMr COIICPI iiina! pnliliciitioii' of tile liitt's. &c. .\ '\\t". ol"situ y- tv/eoti fjiitnpv' 11ah,1'1ldconnl '. English Merinos '
    I Will! "mis "ltt"p'l" a "rpsoliiij.oi ,1 1.t.II') ?h E.: .Ifrlttllvtl)11 uHI .\IIIII" ', .I'0,1' Jt-,1'Ircllunu'1'I'hutn-", ,
    ; .J ><( ;) To .tlllhll'' if; the C. ill,1I1I1JIIU"L\ ( nt ]1.1, ,
    .,.\'IIh' III c.-nf.-! vl'lill'truliiK.'! .
    in thill, in ,1.1.|: ; In'n jlllhp n.nil'ii'11mtilioiilv a
    i .i''i in 'in i t > \" 'V. Sh.I'luau. : '
    val C hilly to !bnve.jnlis.licliun in civilci s Jo:. IIOIWOUN1, c .
    /mill p>'oU>i-l loyal ci'! if; MH id.erwI Gi'ii''inl Joseph 1:. Johnston, the beloved ,es :I.o I II in anioiint "f'S'JI ttJ.)! r .l.in. li( ; ISiifl-j-i 1 f .. 1 rvulilfiil.Tltc .s Alpacas! ,
    t -- -
    | 'h fmces of ihp -fI"
    iii< Stntps inTlary
    1 j l cII""nft'.I"I' of ihe Cmifedi'iuie, To IK 'h,' c.iirfpciiiitiiim' of the', Giver. J -.. .'
    11"! h"ni'il! not h" withdrawn
    'III. -
    'c'I": Plantation
    I' .\'lily of 'I enne'-.iie." iviiied in MHIII- nor of Ibis :tJ'aSei: ," French and
    3\! iril'll 1 I'll: ", ll English
    f'Illll I'llYSP :'l'l'S gr1"a" :'lajl) > .. Poplins,
    ', this o'n the: 'Jtl.h' inslnnt.' r.nd put up in.1'ie (Tor the Il'r.'I'.f 1 liiiilli-lils. : '
    (' .I'-P I their, ,P'P.PncP "nn Inn j"i" iioocss : 1 %
    1"I I G.tvoso Mouse.' IPs ,'biLtll"i unt- RFMoI.l"lin.M: l'AK-KI-AlltllO/.iiir| | (tile

    which) wm |tiMil.Mr. : purely, ot Itll-illp-", limited I-/ a few busy fioveiiior' In U-in. bulids-Iiinc'liileil tin MILLS FOR SALE Poil de Oheevers,

    Lvthn'n.'i, -si. YI'illi'l.! mnde avii.pcli I hoiii-s-leavina: ns ho did, on the live 'I inolioii, of Mr/ \Vjllinins,' nf LPtin.u, Hut TrmirKt-'Jf! odes\ ftmn Tallulinmcc, on the
    Iby | t ru"oI. : .
    a'lining! tint h"llein was: 1II\il..1; ]; : t
    o'clock! lie t1I'C"IIII'.III" inituron-ly| nn bun! shall bo ut'sutl.te.lt'ut' ie-s thun Plain
    W : I Slate 'tines, ni.'il! is: milhmirrXIP' ilI p-ickei.; 0""n'1'hwsday, the first il.iy of Fvlirnnry next, and Fancy
    I \\,(, l the few ot his old coiinadeswh.i its par: v.ilno; \\ III IKI Mil\ on tiniiriinlxin, "'.Milimlilu tnlllH' ..
    P;I onlv s'fn'- ns its ,P-IWPIS cniiM tarry knew of his lielitj In town. tutu t\ 1111 I '['0 niljuii ti ,inf ili'e, on Tticadttv, Jan. tini I' : lllpfpf "'.. pVo.e-leil:" nU'iiiisl: llie ,dog I ai. .' Mhii-li urn iiti.u'hc-il nliniit! two tliuiiH-uiil" '" A.11 Wool
    liur- 10th( n'uioi-k 1'I 1.
    haul I I'IP uun I I'M'tune' lochange tiinlii-r laud licti plnnlliiir InniN., The wnter
    ''' i'f I'IP! Cub
    tint? nips here out '1' -
    milt ; lied ! lie\ wII"III'I"I"i'1't'6| [ "I'i"I'S, of toy : Is need\ !ll.V the, ."w.III.,
    II i UMinii-lhiiu of a' C .i.'cMpnep: that t-pieial: 1 liieiuheis I 11 t-ie 1 c\ci.bcd; t'luin Delaines
    nl t''n'll iipin'ipM. I Trrnm. -Oiii'-hulf ra h. but utee& pnjnl Ii'\ In ono ,
    I Mind, Gen S'lerm.in; should huv" nn-l' further I alieiiihu.ce, .. iTpiirinl, h ) i', teat uo'rsiMnrlii'
    \Ir. S ii>ll.i\i-: \ "-a "'. ..f D'ii" fl'ln' !2n..ilhit I HIK two ""I' \ /norjit
    ( here, the 'h"! in the ui-chu'! 'ge "I' hi, urunary Ailj'.it' w'a. C :( tonal InlirtKtvtlli two approved' endorsers American
    :SinihpfiivS' :: ate Ili".h..lh'l1.e. | III'' 11IiI'II'I' duties, nnd ti u other( in r niic-ti-ii-ri to Pay tar titles Delaines
    Ifth'hll! d hIlIa,1 pl.ict'd, I AUo. mynliulili- midcll) IniproM-it 1'j-iuln.
    Theirnu'etini :
    ; -n-sineis. SIINATU.:
    ; ,ih" th"l1Ii"fl"tS'1 the pnisuils private ttiiu ii'nol.iini;, i>ii l-itiiinu, nbnul four tlioiiN.uiUiiBIin
    n UMilo\V.\-iinxii, llrijon.i.T.t'! I.-Th.> 'Pl'I''a' tJI, ,.11I1.'IICle< i1..1. by LIe, Kindlini"s MOM I DAY, .Jalltllu')' hilt: ItUO.Senate nl'lniulorvlilili", Micro are iilianl. elevi'ntuttulrr.lncrPsoleuerl. Fancy Silks,
    y .
    I which the line soldier : 'IVriim onc-luiotli c-mh, I
    of tlipTtPlsiuy, ( to I C'l'ivtiuniuiti'd! ,t ,ln'onjre ever inspires : met- 'gnurnni| Iu 'eseut.* lull.limit In outtttu nml ( ... $' :U Pltl Pltr'1 'of tln intiNiial" \ rev when hostilities 1 h IVP CCII-ed. Their pievioui l'/nfl"y/ the Chaplain. abut.o. '' In great variety:
    I ineclii in' )North Caiolina, wasp'i'jiri'it Atio! nil fif the I'rot'!Istrms, tnek nf M.iK-,
    'I'hh'1 I tJ ; "f Jjiu.s PAstiUti.=To clear out McQIil'h! :
    t> HIP of tbii ptrict ffMiiala.PirtlPMU" wilh i luomi'ii'oiis' 'ie-ulib., Then Ctitll, ibs llIlultI.II., .tc..nn p-it'l i iil-inliition.
    rpii"( ";li"! the in idi'le.'ili.in, (If i cu'k. od\ IVim,+ mull.I: (J. K01H.1C; ..10XUS.yif VTiI:1tcr: S1."l.Cvv1a
    NOW; 'they mefito'iiK
    lln-y > tit ae.iemie- For the 1'I'lipl'If iniliaent 'flu-onli' will bo cuntlnvcil from. il.iv to 'II '
    :hp tost viilh l nml'\ setting t'n't1: Lie great | (uldiers'tCc. )
    d'mcnll1'b Ptp-rienc 1 In ":oii<" '|1'11'11"(1'( of and. fellmy'nmitl'yltue.l cheiishjnj "! -. I '!1'11 provide lot the .tiiy of pecuiions.To ,lllilil rnniilclcil.] __ _.Lin. Ill\, l"lill--IKI y\T ALL PRICKS.
    I fur'rn li oilier nnd '
    ) (; : respect ;
    KJ pl'"'' ''".. ill bt'CIP'i"' !! |I1"' 'It l'*I aSiisHwce tn.iKe pppiopiiaii! HIS lor thi epeitse '
    to tri'isacl: lniMie: .> iii'ilis: ,d-'pait-1" (Ca t,1"6 the (century eniii'atethf I e.HIIIIe! I i, f I llie (ioveiiiineiit. for ]IMC; OJrlCE3f.
    of these two ,lea'e-l' i.f \li\bug\ \ commando To llIlohllll'l1: hue btitweeiihile.s I
    inpiit. ui lha' <"C'I'II. f! bnundniy
    (II!pnial: I Mown"1, nf the FI''I'IIII.'S l s I ___ I \\ :a-id l Iinliiin.s, in thin, riliue. 4 '1'IictewitIbetiMct-ilit of
    .__ __ f11.Ict!t lilt'" MoflJlClllll-IK; of fill 1'ut'.nnniatrod Cloths and CassimcresIN
    4l: ir''i'V' "Iennrth\ ) '.1 h,;% 11 'MISP ..t' UHIIPS"llttive | i [ cold, we.itlrr has,, To] sinnl iille. nap: sections of .11'I1I)1J1] li'iir.'lii Hnlmnil-if the mile,' "I'
    tli'it, in It1I1-. | | *,' of IIISIMIIti'Hii'eeetv :- ] C"Trox--'l'it\ brsjlii: limits to /I'en.nc"l.tlibile. IE.: U. mid the Ciiinpmiy nn Friday' 2Jtli J.itiiinry: '*\W.\
    ,. eiiPlu| hnd, /theell'-cliif biinaiii\ ill 1ICII' wa 2ensM I .M.iiint.ic-iiiinij Co.." : A full ntiiiMdnnrii Is Icelrnblc, im hn.h".'.. nf tinliiii'tiiiu QRHAT
    : ,11" .ili.i'nlon.'d VARIETY.
    \re.turt' pi'npe i londed. wl'h cotl'Mi, fnini Ihe connny -" built||| hu presented for poimldiiulliin.ly ,
    tv, to Ijriner lAlicrs, n'lu'a' pard >.1 1 pifsenle.l' a i in herlivelier To enilinilv, ti nil amend cot'St.in> acts inrelation t ordurof the Hoard of Inioptorn. "

    l ,,'il' l 1"1 t :an 11 )ion it WII'IPM-, "-i,.1\ -o ini i and,\ our rill".t" eslH..d.iV than: i, V lo p.\enipii| > n njJi'iiursle.iiK; iCu F. II. FLAW. HATS AND CAPS, '.v ,
    inki'ii'to 1\ iippeaiaiice!' Tn educate itlllig\'l.t in this ,1'\11. 11, ISiili--Id :t:;t'o'ts.
    'I'laiil.. IlIn' dill .spis allot it to youths'
    i ,
    + | i 1'1",1101..1', vveie ,"
    d.iv of. the week ",1'.11'.- j jIndNpospil I .
    dime.Tn. .
    '. 'the 'VeplniP'i 'PI'P' c mntp' ''ni.indpd> \ HIPiineniip to necppl the "It'1 < ol bnyeiH. v. SA'l BOOTS; AND :
    'ipMil'hiii ilieiffmni+: being ,reel | of cuiisideinble ( I amend' ] I Ibeterm I nets mil relation, SALT T SHOES,
    b'H it I was>I nil divmsed alter ,
    : : tn rouiii mid hhd'al'M i '
    tlli'i-l. '
    ,' I erh'lly Vll i
    '' '
    j hninlili2.\ but in tin I',1' pert toity i SIK-UN (; roil ml ..h crnool Null
    1"11.1 1 ] ru\iile. for of General As HAUrAYAHE
    niltpp '' I 11 | eX" lISPs 1100 :
    'I".J lint Unm to I I' e' are t c"lItJI"If)" Ttltyfiif't, 11 M '! now ".-gdlnclinri5i-d' from Hntj "Ttibtil t
    M'Mil.ilK, I nt t'eaIPet(' to tIP! niPjiicM-y of tliP I i ('loIbl,'. 'I Uiiin," for sale l>,v L. It. STAYNLIt..Tut. .
    ]IIP I'lPMIentLincoln., : \\\nv > rp<| iieNlejlOPO ---- I C"IC"llIillg; publication:I of the 1 laws 1 .. 11, lS05-Bt:
    I'KIHIXM. .-:Messrs. Will II.: Chandler\ A received'! font the Gov.prior CROCKERY
    zP Hiiiprntt" dpiiver ;an :nil IK'S*, nipvsuiipviis
    r"? 'IL Thp P e.iuru6'Lrau.wiblru U'l'urti' lo 'and, II \1. Wane son, of the' UnitedSutps 1 I'tluiiiy I llm bill Increasinil, I lliH pay I. wl isKIES--:

    .. tin' II"in P. t i-ilay in lelVieiice In a I IPMIln'loii 1 Tieasiiry (Depuitmmit, armed( In' i u'iiii'lnlu'ia! + ui.il I'llioria. ol ihu lienetul Till Ware &c.s &o.
    this city veslei'd.iv ai-companied' byI' A-be'.i laud Cithiiiet ,
    of that lioily, t tehiive to \ll'xlcnll.i, lily. X AVhiskry Whiskey ,
    alltiis.: 1IPnthroce ni'icirdipl'inniic: Clins. C. Le-jrv. of the linn Arthur Leary The !bill was nanlu rend and pnspdoof 25 ttarit-li In'n'iiu pi-r Jirit'UutiHliHU" : '," ut"viluu
    l from Jfi-w York For nalilv .
    c.ii'ipspondi'nep on the .u1jPcr>, ., atul .II"f' | & So.is: .Vew V ilk t and l me, slopp'imn't I the \eto of the Governoi-j-yeis 11tn'ivs I.. It. irr.\YS: Elt.
    \1.1 (Chandler! i t'.titant. '
    Ihe Pill HOUMM"' ( '
    to ell'i-ei Ihe ind.r-positioii "nn'tlir'+ (1. Jill 11, 1400-at _
    iiiiiinly: GB..OCER.IES.FLonn :
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    of Tiensury
    Seeie'-t'v! ,
    J t-iiit: of the U. S In 1 rpeiun/p; :;! any nlheilb : ,r A"J""llle,1'
    ( ctIuu.ti.rewtslrl. I
    is lour of lu.pt \
    ivpnniiPiil in MPS'CII'except' : 1115!: I IIII' i on a I i '" SUNDRIES.

    liPpiibliian 0"veriiir.p.it, pi-esiiled OVP.f.tv .- Herat. ,!, 0 t1Y. IIUCSUVIIou : s ,

    ,; Juuivs, II il'i'+ which welinvp so Imia! i iVipfiti -e met-a "iiiornni' Pr''ut. I1 HnxesClieiipTobiicco 10-0 -

    I' I on l'tPHiiH I ofmniiy b mid t'a it' i,I'Iiip. I jIn t.:y.: Goiiera\Gidivn: \ C J. 1'illow, of Manry 1' aver !by 'the Chapl.ii'i' c-ullU SUGAR,
    JI I... Voorhpps IIII.IP countv, '1"11111"\i is biiildinaa! ]l.u!'!!" ;\1'.1'.11'1. of Leon intioduced I limi-B"Xnrtlirni'i.|' '" 'I'oblll en,
    II ", a .
    1 I\\, 0 /l1I 1i | : n lesolillion J'l S iok. Pi, Into tin roller.,
    ;..,!,. i jSMi>eeh: PIItNM14':! { the I'lP-iiiK'nt'* l pulley sebum'' house .a,"'! pi-rnldiim! leapheis, for ( exP|"+ e..ile i of the son" am of the I 2.i ll.iri-c'ln, (UIHII! Konlly Flour, TO .\CCO &c. k( .
    ,of I i-p.:iO'aiii t 1 ..+.1. i Ij't' c >inUiliiii2! t'l', P nrsjilitni'iU'v !:: I. his forniPr Klnves He ownecl xome lvoor Guneial .semlily on' I he occasion ui the iI.ii8 Itlnc-k Slivapoiu; I'uppi-r ,

    of '' SIeY MI, :, tint', llm :S'Hitheni, ihreo luiiuli/d., ,: '" ,1t'lIrll"I' 11'". 'jlioniiis] Uah/.ell. I Out Choice, I.rnif Urnii'llt-i, auunr!! Slpwnrt'H It\' the cino bout, fur, family uw,

    :;Stitfi hv: tho \1'/11' I h'i'l c".i-pil to e\i l'-I -- ---- After appiopiiate tema'ksby, :.1""srs. Alninndii, Sicily, null iiliull, Powder, Shot and Percussion

    svll 1 !>* conlpiided I that: the 1t e.." h-ivl'ig 1 1 LN! EV A iripspmidenl' ( writes t : from Gal. Peeler and Maxwell of 1.elII, the lesolu- II.irilcunxI'.Lbu1 i, pnptHliit 1 ),

    ; ;,.; Xohi'(>,licncK to ihu I laws was lit:. lOll I.:' "vp-lnn, 1'''
    mitpe to ipprestfiita'.ioii-i \, coiiclil-- | In flfiy miles of herel at.11 1N dollar> and The Senate resolution Instniciiii,!_ the 40 Ki-L'n Nut B, Out 4.. 8j, 10. not' 12",

    1 $Ion, expressiol' IjjinM'lf, fl.ilntt Hid+ ties i! fifty cents :a head, nnd\ in Hint.' pi-Ice Jdiouatid lte
    I Insion piotBGllou! to donieMiu, tiH1'1)-' +' : ;, of beeves cm i'A bonuht! ,". I'.'illi I:" --To pioviilo lor I ihd in- I wlinli-nnldor. 11, IS1111-.l1.n-tull. 1.. U. bTAYXEU.Jin. .

    ,fadiirM ] : -.- --- potation ol ton'us and cities.To Wines & Liquors

    :Mr liinuh.un\ 'ie;>lied t') Vooilipot i de- lyitest: ;ndvlfpK, from .\r+ il.nlla reps prut'ilR! fir the, removal of the Hem ,

    r'Iu'ing the 'selilia.e.its: liu u' it" cI In lii (+ ceseiit that lliPift Is constant Hahtins! there inniy east of'ihe!, Suuamiee, f'om Ocala P. B, BKOKAW'S I.

    such t i a< 1<1.'I..t nctivp thn+ telipllioii, o ml, in- I [,I'lwpl'lIl111'pnch... roil, ai'snnd the whilesetllers lu Jaines\illo. '
    in the
    The Stock State
    aerlingthat: the 1'1't'8h'lII'IIS! In accord Tw. iiiv, ('iuhtlllip"M enL flllt Making: appiopiiations' fur cxpenseit uf 'LIVERY AND SALE largest

    with Coniip! 'i. I IdJ" the (first" of November tre mlssl.ia.! I State Uoveimncnt for 1111ill.) I.

    : U'AHIHNOTON Jan. 10 -[n response ----.---..---. AUo, for exppiis.es' of Gehoial) Asietnbly. CONSISTING OF

    / the Senate n', )! .- Iiinhy JetF,'t'1" A \letter from :MlssissJpni! says th' gnu. : Stables FElf '

    '. ; I tart Davis lul: not yet lierti! tiled, eminent cotton ,re.vntly destroyed\ in :hilt I To grant swamp lands to the Peiisnco WJIISKY, I11ANDYGINCIIAM'

    Y' 1':psid@ut tolay lrnnsn.itlp|! ({ a lnp,,-.i3". / St, nip was burned bv nL'ents, ,who having! la U. It. and Maniil.icluiin/ Co. PAfJNE. POUT;' SHERRY AND

    ' t--: J eiitiliisi!I\)<; a letter f'onlLlol'np, )' General II St ,len n )portion of that in their charge! To (provide for the edi>t>,uioii of indigent CLARET; WINES COCK.

    .:.':J.. Hpeo.lvlio' slates that nn circuit cuurU' (Ired" the rest to destroy proof of their xvhitp )oath 1u Flu.lida. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ,

    'If I i hareypt !>pen hell in the late reliellioiuilisliictt wilt Tho veto of the Goveiuor'oji the bill TAIL AND STOMACHI5I1TERS

    +:j;, hinurt the teriulnation of hostilities I -- Illcrea ill!! the pay: of the membeis and ALSO- ","c", &c.t..71'he '

    'J I mid bald; with the opinion that the John who uUicel'S of Uio Geuorul Assemblyus: Iecotv'ed. I f
    Sli.lell'daughter married -
    inerclmnts of Florida
    ..-' late insnraeiiti waiting! vial, tlmulj be I has been I C.tRR ACES. nUG( IJS: w.\co.\s i. + are respectfully -

    4 tiled before civil court, whe-i fully, ant tho ralco Erlanger, The bill was uuaiii passed by a twothiid AM II.\Il.\iSS I: FOR S1LC, [' I'e'l, uehte.1 t'J exainin our sock) ;
    husband before ilccMtna In ))11''ork.
    1- actually 'tesioied and has not thought; ; It I oblige-l) leave l tier and \'ote--'eIl8 iij, uays 10. riilluliimee! Nov 9, 18 5-1 If_ trill dtiplicate'-all purchase bills New .
    '; '! Iir.ippi'to advise I ilii>' Piosident! t''> cause return ti her f.tther's house Erlanoor's Concertima schools fur.trtcdmen, us ue at York

    "' ciiniinal prouepdinrfi" +l to be i instituted, first wife, the daughter of Adjoin ned.Immense Dissolution of Copartnership. price fieialit.IjjfToiitivrly,. Ilieieby saving them time and_ Y.

    .. asj.iinst!( I) tvis or any other, iii.fiiryent! I. III Lalitte also obligedto ; '
    the hanker was MoDouunl & Hobby iH""olvd : no yootli lolil at retail [
    braes have been found, In Tflan ? 1' ,
    the Suites or di!/'tfipu" In whlua theyeie from'har husband, but ... Indttb vd to said I'liiicerii, lire requested
    not actually present ii ullug! :; the (H'o.ecu- run way Adaiim county Miss., which medioil, men | lu rltle by nuts or note, with lb. ml 3IcKiI l in & Allen;
    have been 'tielievA 11.1\' I.t,. ..rlh(r. ,
    t -:;;;. ;inn of hustiluhee.ri i alto wa lwo'e.to ns to ''' belmiyeil. it uiant'lhiily i JUAN '
    > dcDOIW.IJ.| .
    ; In the Senate, Wilson introduced a bill faithless to him as he to her. lecl high, I II 1 NUT. 16 -If ])tlc. 5, Ji j6-lf '

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    =From the Savannah Herald Jan. Dili. breaking up. I ordered the boatsto Alabama.In WIIOLESALEli Sitiiii '* .,

    Particular of the Low of tho be launched. My boat 'was his inaugural address. Robert RETAIL
    Constitution. l launched successfully, but immediately M Patton, Governor of, Alabama,
    Steamship ,, filled I requested some of says that "at the beginning of the -"---.- -- -
    I STATE*:K5T Or CAIT ClIIF.F.10IU' the passengers to take her, but all year 1861..Alahamlcontainbd near-

    Captain Greenman, late Master of refused, sand the boat, ,after, lying ly 1,000,000 inhabitants/and all (t}, w, IiI SQ W ,.
    the steamship Constitution, wrecked alongside a short time, broke adrift, branches of industry 'and trade .- .
    on Cape Lookout Shoals, arrive the crew 'at the same time attempted were prosperous. villages I towns a. .
    1 at this porflast evening, from to launch the other,boats, ;but and cities were flourishing, and internal .
    Morehead City, N. C., in the steamer they were stove by the sea,"which improvements were rapidly WE IIESPECTITLLYRFOHM' OtiS. ritlEXD- THAT WE rwHOEjissiiiLiE IIATE
    Louisa Moore, and makes the was now, breaking fiercely over us, an-1 satisfactorily' going forward ; '. .D A .
    following statement.On and the ship breaking up very fast.; 097,UOO( bales oft cotton were pro- AST missAsnj BIPOEJIB
    Saturday, December 23, at The only chance now. left to eaveourselves duced in*1860, and' Alabama, hadbecome ,
    half-past eleven' A. 'M., left the was by clinging to piecesof the largest cotton-growing At the OUI MdtnJ In Tallnhiwiie", where w* are prepared to supply eu.lomer with nil klmlt of
    dock at Savannah, with a of the wreck cotton bales. At ,
    cargo or State in the Union, producingabout
    seven hundred and twenty-eight four o'clock on the morning of the one fifth of the entire American Dry Goods,. Groceries- Boots and. Shoes- ,

    bales of cotton, a crew of thirty- 27th the whole side, fell in,' with a crop." The result of the'war CROCKERY AND
    three men, ten cabin passengers large11 number of the passengers proved" most 'dis 1strous, for the HATS &:; CAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE,

    three steerage, and six men found and crew clinging to it,;,11 of whom .Governor add's : AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
    stowed away dfter leaving-in nil were thrown ,into the'' sea. The "Of the. wide waste and ruin ,
    fifty two 4uls. Passed T>bee bar next sea that came carried the fore- which the war has wrought upon[ .4. tlxo Lowort Oa.h PrJ.oou for Causal or

    at two P. M.,.the wind blowing a castle with it, and on which I was our once happy country, Alabama OOTTON.II .
    gale from the northeast. At four standing with*several others.: ,After : has suffered a full share. Of her
    P.;M. tore up for Port Royal har- being in the water 1,a few minutes brave sons who entered the "Inll Inbllnhed n branch of our'house, In New Vnrk, W,. nre prepared lo fnnilih O..o,1. of al\\
    army kind, In Buy quantity,on the liorlwt notice and the niiwt nilt bor, where we anchored at, six P.M. I succeeded ..in getting'on 'apiece it maybe'rfafely stated that 'from

    .,' in company with the steamers of timber,,where thferc were tlurty:.five,thousand to forty thousand Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to
    San Salvador, and Leo, the 'wind three others. 'Afterbein'g washed perished in the eel 'ice. In
    still blowing a gale and the'weath- I I off of it several times I saw."anoth-' natural wealth her loss, in one species HODCKISS SCOTT CO.
    er looking bad. On December! 24, i er raft, which'1 'hailed, and found of property' alone, that of ,

    at six A. M, got under way and I the second mate and steward on it. slaves, is not less than 8>_'.*>ft,00l,000( ; NJI"'OV: Y'O n.D: .
    proceeded to .sea, the wind light I I swam for and succeeded' ;>getting and lthe aggregate amount of losses Tsf.bsu..,.1..,_t, Il. "-17
    from southwest, with a 'heavy'sea I to it, calling for my companions -, .of the various nther. descriptions of == '
    running from tho southeast the i to follow two of whom Varieties
    me, ) y'mullt be equally as intich. f Emporium of
    hip going about nine i knots and reached it in safety the other i going -, Hence we find that in this State :
    rolling badly. At six P. M> the down before he could get*to it. alone l we J li
    packing from the joint of the steam I could sea n'umber'around us.- actual and 'substiuitiai'wenlth of at NO. 24 I "T I. I) SU'SSIUl ,
    pipe blew out ; blew off steam and I hailed for the mat;; he answered least 8500,000,000. ." ,.,.. ,
    TI U. I 1I l
    l repaired it, causing a delay of three that ne.as"on. ''a raft, all right: -- R,tltlmnr. '.1'.A :I* L A H A H ft,K l'::. 1"I..A..
    hours. On the 25th, at four A. M., At daylight on'the liSth, could. see NEGRO DOCTOIt1T o A gentleman; U.htffni't W.lr."I.*. I'
    passed the lightship supposed to be two rafts, with men on them;" drifting iu Alabama; in exerting himself. O. II. PI..Jp, : Copper Tin and
    Oi: Cape Fear Shoals, but found to 'the" northeast. At twelve one day, felt a, ,sudden pain and \ I"IoI. n. I'milH.., Oa.v. : lWijssec SHEET; IRON i U'WnfTi! IIf; ,

    her to be about eight miles to the o'clock could discern the lighthouseon fearing his i internal machinery haul '" .
    westward, in fifteen' fathoms of, wa- Cape Lookout. .At five' 1'.:Die boen thrown out of gear, sent for a In.u.I1: I

    ter.At saw a boat coming towards us, negro on' his !limitation I who made Special ,,' French and
    English Domes
    5 A. M. we got soundings on hich proved' to be the boat that some pretensions; 'to medical skill, .
    the shoals, in ten fathoms. At six was lost from'alongside'and :had to prescribe for him. The negro tic Goods,
    A. M. sounding'in fifteen fathoms, been picked up by four'of tho ere", ; having investigated' the ca j to the eastward of ,the shoals, at After getting into her we succeeded I and ailmiriktered n dose to llo '! Fancy ,, Japanned Ware,

    which time the steam pipe gaveout, in ''picking up two passengers; his patient'with the utmost confidence STGYE
    caused by the rolling of the 'ahi.p ;; cruised, around the vicinity of"the of a speedy cure. No relief HEADQUARTERS.A .

    blew off steam to ,repair pipe and wreck for some time, but could find being expericncHd. however, thegrmtlem large!;: and! "'11I'011I1''nll't' ty of
    secure the boiler which'was worked no others.Ve started f"r the .1u' sent fur'' a physician,
    some' Got! under' way again at beach; but fining it too rough to wh,i, on arriving, inquired of the II COOKING STOVES, I
    half past ten P. M. Steaii pipe land, lay by 'for the night ; next negro what medicine he had givenhis .MMiun'. I. \t..'".. 4
    still leaking, and the engineers morning succeeded in reaching master.LBjb promptly responded lr\ilit tr' Combining .1 I

    ported that it was not.safe to carry '.Cape Lookout where wo" Ianled at ; "Jioiiti and allum, sir !"- A.t;..II.II,lIlI sal,,M SHIKT; : : IRON, '
    more than ten inches of steam., 'lIt eight P. M. Dec. 28, after l being on ..What did you give thf>m fur?" .1 1.. U \ \ ,,
    being foggy through the day we the raft.and in the bolt: forty hours.. continued the doctor.. "'lily," replied TiU"liR Win.. .Kill. could get no observation, and the After arriving at the Cape, des Bob. "de allum to draw the T'I,,It. K.:
    ship not having steerage way pan patched a boat to Beaufort to get parts togedder, nnd the rosin to p.tnv.Del. -::.-.f BOX, AM
    of the time, we could not keep correct some steamer to go out and cruise. solder um." The patient eventually PARLOll COOKING STOVES 1
    run of her ; but, to the best o;f At daylight the 'steamers ioliah recovered.-Ckn Courier. ,
    my judgment, made the end of and Coiwin went out ; the l latter .. All trininiPil in a neat anil durable manner -
    Cape Fear Shoals to hear south. shortly after broke down and re \vx the son of a wea I Diey, can lop shipped, | | lo any "prut of
    west by south f rty miles, and Cape turned. The Goliah came back inthe ver and weaver himself. I"fcuplej' l lli > coniiirr with ,perfect" >nfftfcTOVK:
    1'M'KS: and l KLBOWS; ,.
    Lookout Shoals northeast !iw Ati<] iietr conManlly( on luiiid.
    east afterno without success.
    Claude Lorraine was bred a Ont-diHir
    work Tin
    fas- I'.ipi' K: { U'Hifins, GIIII I.
    forty-five rales distant. Steered Have'heard nothing since of any ;try cook ofKixlii: I I..is / in!_ doxMf l'iie| Otnnmenlalilou>1t
    east northeast At twelve, mid '.f the others. Homer the of small uut-hi brnlltiful"ii...gr., Heads, Sheet' Zinc, Slier' I.. ;xl.fffSu .
    night, got soundings in twenty The following are the names of farmer: was son a .taM*. ul'li \, >\" work of "'v''ry drscujititju 1
    Itr. There dune short
    fathoms, ship running at the rate the lost \ on uiitico
    passengers as near as can lx pnreli' ii>a
    of seven miles per hour, with nine be ascertained. Demosthenes was the son of n whole in itliTtlnini d rtXTotionS.:
    inches of steam. On the 26th, atone Miss Land, residence unknown. cutler. lurAlitjr, with ft l
    A. XL, gut twenty fathoms ; Captain Sherwood, of Savannah,1 Oliver Cromwell was tho son of a I.loltor WOODEN WARE,
    two A. M. seventeen fathoms, steer- Captain French, of London brewer. WILLOW WAKE,

    ing same course. At twenty min Captain Lane, of- brig Howard was an apprentice' to a jovs.UIRISTMAS 1'KESKNTS:
    utes past two A. M. the ship struck Mr. Fitzgerald the Savannah grocer. tl'f Of prrry rlp scriitiiiii|" nn linnd. Call a>><)
    on what proved to bo outer shoalsof Daily Herald: Virgil was the son of a porter. M. examine i before piucliavins, ; cKpvrbeie.
    Lookout. I NI V. 7..1IHr-/:1II: .
    Cape Judging myself: Daniel Bigg! of Phi'adelphia.! \
    Horace tho of .
    to be, at the time we struck, about Anthony French, engineer of was lion a shop SOIJ'1'IIEIti K\IIOU'I'
    fourteen miles to the westward, ]I steamer Indian River. keeper. .
    had been Shakspeare was the son of a wood KEEP" AND
    steering east northeast, Mr. Jlaydon, of,Hartford."
    which would have cleared us of the 'Ouee other cabin passengers, ,. stapler. COMPANY.
    shoals. In four,hours after goingon one small girl, three steerage and Milton was the son of a. money .
    the ship was full of water.- six unknown.The scrivener. COM
    stowaways, names THIS I.ANY \\f now ornnlz) *.| and w'a 4.
    Made every effort_ to get her oft following is a list of the crew Robert Burns was_._ n_ plowman.__ __ ______ _i in n prepursd' lu ninU Illwrul: odiumuu I.
    but was unsuccessful. sUN" soil to lie lust : Ayrshire. a Cloths, Cotton '
    and 'other( Produce
    At daylight on the 27th a dense C. \V. Greenman, mate. .:

    fog prevailed, and being in the \Vm. Tilts, chief engineer. There are thirty-four Lake Superior t.. run4vnetl In our, Aucnlii In M\orpon;|. Tim pri's-
    midst of the breakers, it was too W. I. Cr.-cheron, purser. copper mining c6rnpnies with oonlupcrw rut vale. a.if Cotton in Lhvrpoulln ''rulII LO) lu ii

    rough to launch the boats without Capt. King, Savannah pilot. one million and, nine hundred thousand : "..1101 ti.39cutti MdfiiriruwlUpliiiidCullitii.iiiiJfniiii for gi.)()d lung Cell lUll In (inld.-
    immediately filling. Called all Edward Bailey,. oiler. dollar shares, all told, ,an'dah t\'\iili.1nt|v u III udvnsce In o.rretcy.Yv ou.' hslflts. | \u\utt\ III Gold or its

    hands and organized loati' crews. Wm. Ekinton, o-al passer. aggregate paid in capital of thirteen ,,"\I'hinlcr.iiollrk, .rdern. '1'10".trlr..IIIII.lIulI fur it.''odii' fun, the Merrhnnlit
    One boat I put in charge of Capt. Henry NcNeil, cook. millions.. tniiil'Mi'! .rdi'Mfor riMMltfiom, Kii|>lnnd.1'1011011'0 Fnince
    French Daniel NcNeil and John HiidCifrnmni..
    a passenger ; another in Fitzger '
    Mr. Bradley of has UICIIAItD F.FI.OYP. President
    charge of Capt. Lane, a passenger ;; aid, seamen. Washington, .. '.. .1 IIr komI'Ill., FlorliU.,.
    another in charge of the mate, and Andrew Burk, second steward. been fined ono thousand dollars for ..1.1 .T I ,.Hmvino PiiM, AKNII, AHH\I LhrrniHil., \ Knglmid.:
    took charge of the remaining one Edward Head, pantryman. calling Judge Olin a liar, while the Nu,'. lit-3m 'I'ulllllli."c._ .Fill

    myself, and had everything readyto Head, waiter, brother to Judge the Circuit was presiding Court. at a session of 1011,101.Oentlemsn'style Saddle. Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT
    leave when the sea moderated, Edward. 57 store
    or in case the ship showed, any Patrick Brown, three waiters, At a meeting of young girls at Octet's". !

    signs pt breaking up. At ten o'- second cook, stewardess, two coal- Seneca, N.'Y., recently, it was "Re W. ., ...
    clock in the morning cut away the passers, one fireman ; names un- solved, that it we, the young ladiesof '
    foremast. About five o'clock in the known.. Seneca Falls, don't get married I ..ay..Ju.. received a large. a...or..
    uirnt of tio \ila,eUII.I.lh g of
    i afternoon the fog cleared'off, witha during the year to ,come, somebodywill
    Women, the darlings, have sentiment Hrnllrmen' "ndl.n"lc.' .
    light breeze' from the northwest be to blame. IT.I. : 8addl<> ,
    sentimentality sensibility, W the, MI Fine Double mid Slnifln' liar',,,..,
    and indication of
    every a pleasant lirldlei, Colitis and
    the still and:often the best of sense ; but A young lady: said to her beau, Ii... 13, Huddle Clnlhi. .Whlpi,
    night ; sea running too
    high to launch a. boat with any del there is one kind of sense-we don't as she held a pot of hot water in 1866A. T Shoe. Athur Flndlnpiinf of nil kind.ojtrjdoicrlptlon., ,
    of safety, I called consultation mean nonsense-that they are not her hand, promise to marry me or 'rr."lIInllllItehul. and Trunk;,
    gree a. Snddlennd
    ? scald HnrdKuro,
    of the 'all of whom famous for, says Kuilp, namely reticence I'll you. "Throw the water, Ciirrlnue Trimming
    he replied, "I had rather be scald.ed \Vngon: nnd Buggy Ifuh.,
    preferred to stay ly the wreck than than Muggy( Hhnft! Hmikn stud Rune,
    to take to the boats. I'' also gave CONFISCATED. Among other once every day of my life. Offlm Buggy Allen and HCARRIAGES' II",, '

    1 1 permission for any of the boats to property recently confiscated in There is no place i in Chicago ,for I AND BUGGIES
    leave, but none would'risk it.- Lexington, Va., by the provoet the poor to bury their dead, and 1Trlll U lb. State
    ; About midnight the wind com- marshal, was a considerable quan- those who are unable to buy, a lot the tuutlon 1'rovoit ) Machine..v.ry defrrlptlon&1111,((.,,'
    menced blowing from the of valuable hides in the cemeteries, haTe been Work made
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    and the increased of which to inter their deceased friends act M eotinMtl ""
    west, sea ; the portion was owned by the Court Will l Agent forVloe..l.r; do Wllooll'. and how
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    ward and began to show elgnt o < Jackson. Leaps along the lako shore. and U6lu\ivr'if allolld to- T.IUI, ...., FIG oi.. : .-;'. E ruRPT'
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