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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 20, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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hc 'ili .i nr 'chtlt ,cntind I packages, leaving tie! envelopesand Why Oar Old Man: Are Dy- none of \buoyancy and elasticity ( From the Louisville Journal.' ]

way bills strewn ;\bo-it on the ". ing. of youth fo meet and combat all THE: UNION A it m Y.

i* PI1 1.I/ttw/ EVI3arTtlrslayTalriitya:1,1 floor. There were nbiiat a hundred Trio remarkable fact discussed, in, this. i They became a prey to grief 'The report of the Secretary of I

envelopes thus opened, but of the following! article from tho Richmond and despondency, and the storm Nor sent to the llouso of Representatives

: : : Saturday the amount they contained have Times must have attractedthe which swept away all tho landmarks on the 5th inst., showing

At 1'alltaocce] (", Fla not yet learned. I attention of the reaaer. The i of their old habits and associations the number men furnished under

-- --- Of the two packages, the contentsof strange mortality among; the old I was too much for them. nil calls since April 1 1Sti 1. J.s one

':I': 1U: s : which they did not take, one contained men has not been confined to Virginia Is it any longer strange that hey I of the most interesting o3hibit-:.hllt

eighty bills of $1,000 each, but it is noticeable in nearlyall should have died, and bo still Jying the records of the War otfice ctfh
Six same being; greenbacks ; the the border aid Southern States : : :
for Six 91elrtl[ hiAilvnicv.
: Mangle: Copies>ty 10 other was a roll about two inches since the close of tho war, and tho But wo hope that those noble gate result of each State, it shows-

Oats.KITE'S.. in dianifter, containing $;OOO() in rc'uis1 !lc almost, :>t up.m every tongue: virtups which dignified and adorned that there wore furnished under

five-twenty bonds, making in all "How fast our old men die :" these representative men are the call of April 1;, 1SG1, for 75-

01"" .\'iVDJU'I(: I"H, 6130,000 which they left behind. Thero is a singular fact conntmted not perishing with them. God 000 three-months militia, 98,235

'J7i) bo )):ttd icir in All":,-tOE'. There were only two packages out I with the war which, palapalde grant the ti.no may never come men. ILidnr tho calls of May 3d

One Hqtiuro+ (U :-'Jllp.r'l1lll1r8: ,) or loan, for HID of about one hundred that were and prominent as it is, we havo when tho good of,lfashionedr1.' and July 2id and 25, 1801, for

(ImtiiinGrllun... tl floKcli overhauled. The greenbacks! were never seen c-niuientud,l upon by guy ginia gentleman shall bo no moro 500,000 men, 2,715 six months 1

8"1>0"1"01111118"1'11011 _...._ 75 evidently lust among the papers on of the public journals of the country rcc'ijjnized among us. Let those men, J,05G) one-year men, all front

Jitttutu: niul Legal) Jsiitloei. tu lie churned the lluor, as the pack-ago was ; u fact which: is still transpiring who envy arid despise goodness Now York, and 010,300 three-
the
cxsopt utiiu Notice no tr.iiHluiit or Ili.nl..lolIlI..110111', niHcrtlmtmciitii, binal, but fie bonds it would seem anJ rocurl ill;; tinier the jntluenco and merit, call thorn aristocrats and years men. Under the call of July

let tMtnr, tf\ which Fin' ci!",irt'o itli.Ut h.... 20 00oV.tiury did not suit the fancy of Hie'robbera, of cause tIlt direct consn- sneer at them as K p. V's., but all 2!, 180:!, for :300,000:: men thero

XJ.ICM. aid, TribuU'n of...Hcipt'Cttb being property not as roudily disposed quenco of those wlii.jh marked its the wealth of Shoddy and Tetroli wore furnished119,720! threersITIPII ; :

.tr,;a'J U4 u.h'"rtIOl'I1I"I.. of as bank bills! The greenbacks initiation. We allude to the extraordinary cannot endow its possessors with Under tho call of August 4,. .

) ------- : were in a little drawer in number of olJ men who, hearts and hands like those which i 1SG2: for :300,000 nine-months -

THE SE0.DT3NE !.. I the safe which was quite full.- in every county and every neighborhood God gave to these bright and shin- militia, there wfre furnished 86-
The package' found tho ing exemplars of ancient worth and SGO men. Under the President's
1. the! Oll' piper; I In 1 Klnrlil-i Hint l.pIII.II.h.,1IIro" teas on died either dining; tho
ages week, one iliorrfiiiv.ilViiKlii tin sill floor! with one corner torn t.ff. It lint or have died, since its conclusion virtue. proclamation of June 15, 1863( for

.0'I'r.lho!: i'oiitlli 111<'01118 or obtihd11.l : ( the l.i- is thought, front jimmied appoar- and are yingl.lily. It i is, ---- ....--- --- militia for six monht-s 10,361: men.

test Hewn by icilcgnp'i" nnd, in'its! niul: full 'I'". uiico, that in opening tho drawer not I strange that old: nii-n should,l Interesting from \Tirgi' ia. Under calls of October 17 1863,
jtnrtrtofthc Now Vii'k :i'id! f uuthurn M.irkwn.. this The Concord nnd February 1, 1801, for 300,000men
that X.
package got caught so as die ; they are: expected to do so.- ( II.) Monitor
It will n1. iilvu fill of tliu iinicoiidiiiimif
the' r. 'KUI.itmv." Tin1 repm:Sc'htliii'lts; fuiMialiod, to tear" off tike corner of the papercovering But it is a little remarkable tint: ) publishes: a purtiun of'n letter from w.'iich: includes mon raised by
and fell unobserved all die olf allover Dr. Stillwell! in off rug ,--- flour The roll of bonds had the the country, in the aliaonca o the hospitals in that city, which 374,807: three-years men. Under
outside down sufficient directed contains tho items of the call of March 14, 1801, for
torn following
J03 p ::=2n'.rrH a. paper any epidemic special y ;:;
disclose tho contents interest 200,000 men, there were furnished
to "t of the package against old men, to ac-c-nut for general concerning matters
lit ciiiuu'xlim with tho, riuntliiol, wo ,lime.. ii that of 2 HOn, three-years raen. One
U''j lint, too, was found on thefloor. I ,,"uch\ moc.'eding.Ve speak; of : portion Virginia in which
'f Ti"ir an.I 1 ,vii'k-'l ..I-HIII" tnii'iil. of in-wj ,1 I de.erihutii i Tho safe belonged to the that :good; old stock ofYir" 'ni:10'l'n.!: he resides, viz : King George county nundred-days militia mustered into
Mulcriut, and 1 era" pivp.iri' to t'tiM'ito every
I ,. 'i ofwiirk hi llmt line ullli nun! nuis mill4lei ifuni'leii Conthulyvtts undisturbed. tlemen who wore blue coats and on the Potomac: river, below service between April 23d aDd July
' .- I |i.tleli. AI.... on laud( .1 Ito) oilint'iit, of When, and where tho soldiers got brass buttons ; who shaved clean \\TlIshin ton. 18, 1801, &!,612:! men Under call

.t ikft f.1' prlullni) ; In euhi's.! Orders hy tusk ur iuU> the car i is unknown, but it every day, and wore unexceptionable "Wo have an entire change of la- of July IS, 1SG1::; :, for 500,000 men,
.cTp'v-i, will receive pn.mpt' uttviitlon. Our pi'I- bor 0he1 there were furnished 231,708: threeyears
scents impossible} that it snuuld: shirt lio-oms and collars ; who !')'stem. The negroes a
<-!'. are :u' low.. tie provul high e..I."r t iiit.terials 728! feur
have bums rnteind, fit any other rude blooded hors a, and car-! meeting and refused to en- ne: to men, -years men ;
-" l.'i'iBi iii'living l ( will:! admit i.f, mitt arc \ .
% ,,'h.l"'lho ,Itniroii-iOil rates whlchj3llllB; ill ullmr : place than New Yolk, as the train I i lied gold headed, cmes! which they work, except by the day or month total under that call, 37.4,88'3.Under .-

.lilltMorilUKilllMH.auuKRVxtTOtnaarfttuiuLiflu. I top.sluit' n ii'w moments at any inherited from their forefathers ; at 810 \per month and board, or the call of December 19),

I _uffi.uu&i in--*_-_ ianL- .-t9i I tion after having; that city till tit.I-1 I who t ok a julep before breakfast, fifty cents per day and board. 1804, for 300,000: men, there wero

(Fr(wu tlie, Sew Voik Times lOlli ) arrival here.; It is thought ) u toddy! before dinner; and a nightcap The planter held a meeting and furnished 151,105 one-year men, _

Hobbary ol Ada.m3: Express tile that they got into tho car while before bedtime/ to say nothing i diciled( to refuse t') hire the blacks 5,076 two-years men, 4 ,075 three-

Co.-Loss JJ500,000|; I 1t wns waiting on the track to lmhitchwd '! of intermediate drinks ; bight: livers: under !any circumstances, for any years men, and 312 four-years men;

One of the most daring and sue on and taken down to tho I and honeat drinkerst ho were pi'ice. 'I Ii-)? are employing; Germans Tlio total under that table call shows, 204,508 men.

cessi'ul robbeiies; we have ever bienc'ullod I tunnel. The car is 1.11 tho aamo :size II I princess: !: iu hospitality, Christiansin for $GO lerrear. These emigrants of following raised by the the several Dumber -

to chiotiicle, occurredonSiturduy as an ordinary box freight ear. It elmnty! and friends in nt&d ; are flowing into the country men
upon States
the is built with nn iron liamoworksheatod ,- I who \\'Ol'th':! pride and honor of in great numbers, and great :
evening, on ox- II
pr' >
which loaves the! former city plates riveted together, and b so and tile leprosent.xtive types of tho frpodniPii being unablo to ob- SLat.'s. Aggl'l'gaLe. stnndarl.Mahne. ,

at eight,-and ariives here at eleven closely wade that u light pi.icod inside n glorious race unit time, uow rapidly tain any employment I have up' : . . ., jli4. 6,596
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would not be seen if the doors depu'tiugVliy! ; should they on my place twenty German f'ami'l ewJIamp.hil'e.( 34li04 30,8:1::
o'clock. Tho flCt.U f.ir as we Vermont . 35,25E(l ?,02' ;;
were closed. A messenger always all dio-at least so soon, and in lies, and they: work splendidly.They .-
have [)(Jon able to learn them! are \las'Il.ljllsells.) .. 1.1,78; )1I814Ithc'o ,:
thus : In this train title/ was un accompanies' the car, but usually such numbers Wo shall endeavot are building a school house' \ 1od., 2H,711 17R7dVlJlIlII'cticut'

iron a'ir Lylo.igtiig to the ExpressC.'lIIp'llIytha stays ill the baggage car. It is his to explain.The find church, and all the planters :""". 770 50,51a
the business to keepvutclh over the car, 1 hiss,, cueing the war, of lifelong are tit-lighted;: with them. NPw York . ;..t 45)18;; ; ; 381),980'
only one on New Jersey. .. 7U ;311 /i,78i;: :: '
and Grand afforded
lock and unlock it th luxuries
and to at i btations an 1 accustomed opportunities are "
road-iu; which wan nluc-ed all the l'cnJlbI'Uui.\) . 3i.'t,3tj' 267)8;) '.
where the car is opened.- comforts, which had become a uecussiity Northern farmers to settle here.- '
express bundles an.1011, this occa- Delaware . 13C'i1 1U,303
hioii, three Miull iron safes, weighing Tho robbers probably gut aboard ot' their existence:! may be The planters have land in abundance Idl).Iallll.. . 4,73U< 4U,662
about hlll\lh'I1l10lld quietly ut New York, provided assigned as one of the causes of tMim, &n., aud will work West Yil'' illia. . :{UOU3, 27,5)3;
one eightypounds
I with darn mtt'ins.and all the necessary mortality our oil men.- their land on shares with any one Dht. of ColumLill. 16,872 11,50\(
eacl:), ono u1'which belong among: . \
Olli" . 317.13:1: 23'Jti76I \
) f ed to the Iliirnden Impress Couipany tools, and knowing the rulesin They could not e..t and drink as wlto will feftd the laborers duringthe I n.liaaa . .. . 19,147;) 152.28";

end the other two to the Adams -.I regard to the train, leisurely they had been luicustomed: and the working of tho crop and oversee Illinois . .. . 2/,217;: / 212,,69tJ1ictigan. )\
Express Company nil containing I helped themselves to a good sized (lop!';vtriorr injured their health the tarm. The land will produce : ; . UUl1U 80,86;
fortune, and then watched their Good, generous liquor was as scarco corn from five to twelve barrels WI.cunsin. . !J6,1I8 78J'5
a large amount of treasure. tint as quietly effected hen's teeth in tins Coulederacy, acre, or tobacco ono hogshead 31 (I.uJ ola. d. 2,031;: 10,675)
Ttio.c.ir has two doors, one on each opportunity as> per IlI\\'a. .. . .. 86,8(10( 8,182
-iao, which, after tliopropeity was> a landillI : /!:. and the old men could not do without per acre These are the sta Mi ib.oori. . .. .. 108,77-1 86.192

in it, wore lucked with pad Tho scene in the car, when opened I it. They took to drinking ples. Livestock is very cheap for Kentucky. .. .. 78,549! 70,848

locks.placed' The car wus than run out I at this city, must Have boo new apple brandy, fri-,h from the I cash-a very.seiroj articlehere." Kanbas . ., 2UU61 1854(;
singular. Tho floor was distillery and it did, not with -- -
i'rojii; the depot, where it remained quite stl'eWI with valuables wnich thotli'uves agree TIIK: FinsT> 1'iuYEu IX CoNG Total . . .2. ;;3.062 129,011 Ito
tibont twenty-live or thirty minutes, them; This, information was called for
The the firstprayer
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overlooko'i.! far : following
rejected or But causes by
i had more potent ,
when it was started oil its passage: ; facilitato the business of theSpecial
male Continental
ill the old
States bonds in considerable alTectod the health and lives :
United which
Boston. On its arrival at the Committee on the War
to 1 around looseI.. old mental and Congress, 1777, by the Rev. Jacob+ :
number, lay< ; of the men, were
observed.oi.Q :
Conductor 1'atteison Debt of the loyal States to whomit
city: ,
Duchet than Rector of Christ
was picked a moral in their' character. Anxiety ,
of tho duors of this car a little bag of pennies up ; I has: been referred. I
It differs
knew quantity of silver foil was strewed fur the safety of loved and. cherished Church, Philadelphia. I
and in an instant ,
srpeued, from the made
I somewhat
and the lives prayers
it is upon the floor ; envelopes: : sous, whose were daily
that; boniethiug 'lISI'ung': as there'in more modern daysLa : SPIES AMONG TUE 'EXuxs.-Ono
and ut'the valuable packages + ::- us to their fate
wrappers 1 perilled, suspense
rule of the Company not to I
the
stolen were scattered about. alter numerous great battles which thou present, 0 God of wis- of the principal witnesses against
open the car ut all\ until its anivulf' dom and direct tho counsel of this the Fenian recently convicted -
dud Seeing something moro sustaintial seemed to have no end, grief nt the Lnby, ,
at ilartlord, where it is opened' honorable enable then to in Dublin was a man named
und than the other empty wrappers, a I death of the pet and pI Lie of the assembly; ,
money packages put aboard settle a'l' the best and ScouMd] who testified that he was .
gentleman asked, "Isn't that mon I f.lIllily-Il11 these, with their corroding things: on surest ,
takuuutt. Tlie cur is aUo. openedut foundations that the of tho British Consul at
and $80,000 in one told fearfully our ; steno employed by
? picked up cares, upon
Springfield and Worcester, and ey blood bo speedily closod that New York to visit O'Mahonoy, os-
. handful. The thieves! left a dark old, men, and hastened their gray may ;
at uo oilier" pluces on its route from order and be for the of buying
lantern, and they took a small hairs in sorrow to the grave. Then; harmony peace may tensibly purpose
New Ycrk to Boston toeing then white valise or bag. It is reported came the loss of property, in the etfectually restored, and trutn and Irish bonds, but really with the object

that the door was open, an examination that $58,000 of the treasure: taken accumulation of which their lives justice, religion and piety prevail of entrapping the Fenian! chief
of the car audits contentswas aril flourish the the writing of a letter. This
in had been spout, and tha security < among people. into
gold. upon
immediately made, when it was __ acd preservation of which Preserve the health of their bodies letter was produced, and was usedon

wus found that the door had beenpried 0"f lives depended trusted and and the vigor of their minds; shower the trial for tho purpose of proving -
their
nit iron bar the A report is current at Chicago ;
padlock ; and
open by valued slaves whom they had down on them, and the millions O'AIahoney's hand-wri.ing
broken elf, and tbtit the ro'b- that a prominent railroad officer tioated and indulged, as children, they !Lore represent, such temporal to identify the movement of the Irish
be lion. W. J1.
burs had entered the car und by understood to the ingratitude of' blessings as Thou seest expedientfor Fenians with the proclaimed hostile
uf un iron bar foiced open Ogden, President of the Nenhwest. btuug'thew by of the Brotherhood
moans desertion them in this woild, and crown objects on
and harrassinganxiety
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the doors of the two safes! belonging ere railroad: who hs.,l invested large flight and apprehensions; as to: them with everhsting glory in the this! side of the water.

to the Adams Kxpreso Company sums in tho Nevad silver mines worried and perplexed world to come All this we ask in

and taken:: out all their contents.! has! received Ohit: first dividend in the futuro Then came the close of a the name and through the merits The crop of wheat in the Northern

-- They had torn open all tho packages ;: the shape of a ton of silver, in bars, disastrous them. war and the total aboiltiou of Jesus Christ, Thy Son and Saviuur. States for 1865 amounts to 14P522 > ,..
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.i, to themselves! valued at $-15,000 to $50,000, based i ij
: appropriating of slavery. Tha old men had Allwn. ,!H20; { L11bol.,
all the contents, except those of two on the .presint I value of greenbacks.: ..

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SOURCES OF ENGLISH COTTON ScpPLIFR. AND RESOLUTIONS To remo..e'the county site of Nassau A Vlnillriivc Gftvciiior.FAtRcimn .
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Dispatch, England obtained 2,287- .Aiscvhly of tilt &ale of Florida, of. To Wakulla permanently locate the county site aim in the war, and the people of that
18G5 $ ((5. XumbtrilJrom Chapter 1,461 county.
Edwin A, Hart & W. -A.; Shober 330 bales of cotton, and in IfCo thi : to Chapter 1,533. To aniccd au act entitled an act to establish Slate compensated) him by making: him

EDITORS AtD PROPRtETnae.TALLAIIAsS77T! amount as increased lo 3,100)000) bales i and permanently locate lh< coun- Governoi-ajtosition to which he would
An Act to organize the Militia of this tv site of Manatee county, approved Dec.
-- The sources from witch she procured the Stale. probably, never have thought; of aspiring( I
3d, 1801.To '
i cotton E'rE' India, China, Egypt! Brazil, I II' To establish and organize a County allow the qualified voters of, Bre-, but for that unfortmmte oiicnniMnnce.

SATTHIDAY, JANUARY 20, i866. j' United States, West Indies Smyrna and.lhe Criminal I CIUt. vard! county to locate (penranently the If what he sirs in his t lecent Message conceining -

I'I Mediterranean." India furnished the largest Piesciibina: additional, ] penalties for the county site of said county.To JEFF. DAVIS, is the Il'uthlhat
coiiiums'on of offences against the Slate prevent nou-iesidents' from hunting
Agents for the Florida Sell tine!. quantify, 1,397,514m 18G-1, ( 1,500. i and for oilier purKises.To | in the counties-of! Taylor and Lafay- )personage, (af Ihe, oiigiriatdr of1 secession

000 in 18G5. China comes next 390,074 I punish \-a211111Is, and, vagabonds.An elie. and author of the war,) threw in Mr FAIH-

Mr. D. II, WILPOX. nt Q" ncy. in 1804, and oOO: 000 in 18 .j. The United : \ct in addition t.. an act entitled Legalizing the elections held in Brevard CHILD'S way the tare opportni' iy of '
Mr.. TUOMAS JENKINS, at Madison. i "an act to amend (the act untitled l an net
on the 20th\) day of ..November
Stllp'a fifth the list furnishing county which
Messrs. DIIEW & OAKIEY, at Jackson on concerning marriage licenses, approved! 18'j5.Aiithoiizlng'; he has so shrewdly availed himselfto

ville.Maj. 197,77 i in H6-1 and 200,600 in 1865. : January '.':3, 1832.: : the clearing out of Mc. attain to a \'l'1'1lgh\; and hcnoiable) po

F. C. ARRF.TT. at Gainesville.Mr. : The Apprehension is expressed thatEngland To establish awl enforce Ihe marriage;: Gilth's Creek in Duval county sition. Now milk the ingialiitide! of the I

C. E. JOHNSON, at Monlicelln. I i elation between persons of color 1'u'I'peal clear out a.id improve .
] will apply herself more vigorously an act to man towstds JEFF. DAVIS I Instead of
tte\1lle.
Mr. 'V. L. STROMAX at Cer In i lelation to the contracts of personsof the of YelloRiver in
navigation
to the production! of the staple in India color evincing a disposUioft) : to lieat ]him fairlyif
West Florida, approved February 12lh,
W The menjbers of the Tallahassee!, and Egypt, and will be very likely logo In relation to apprentices. 1801. not humanely) end give him at !least a

lIar are leqnested to meet at the SIIII[ erne to Brazil for her American cotton Conc-Mning! testimony.( To repeal an act entitled an act to consolidate fiance for his, life, he tifpnlchcs him thus

Monday Tiu,>' I' is no !ground for any such antici Authorizing executors, administrators: the offices! of Sheriff; Tax Ass, s- Minimality :
Court room, l in the Capitol, on : tiustees and guardians locoiitiact for the sur and Collector in Heruandu
'ations. If England: can obtain the quality county, Not until( JelTei.snn/ Davis shall have' ,
next, at 11 o'clock, for the purpose of l hire of labor eis, and confirming contacts Approved Dec. 8th, 18'i2.For "
of cotton suited to her manufacturing herelofnie made. been tried, convicted and huny for treason" ,'
paying tribute to the ]late Judge BALT- the relief of persons theiein indicated -\,
purposes in any other country, she will] To extend to all the inhabitants of the nod ihe lad that Il'pnsl\lI.1'/I; ciiire! which, I .
ZELL. Slate, the benefits of the courts justice cannot be cntntnfileilIiB,l fiTf.t7'y, shall)
For the relief of Louis Laniel'c1min.-
.. go there, in preference to the United have thus he11 ,denmoottiatedm '
and the processes thereof.Conceining fully : i
i istiator of the estate of John J. Hooker
States for ]her supplies. But that i is what, schools for fr pdlne.1. the Ameiican people' ) be' coiitPnCi.,
The l\'ew Bankrupt Bill. Ute of Polk county, l1ecea ('(1.
she cannot do, though she has long ex To require the child' en of destitute persons For the I relief of Mrs. )luI'Uanl1.: Reid. It may be so ; tut Ihe il.du-'illnns me,

'the proposed National] Bankrupt Act, ploied" the whole habitable globe] for thai to provide, for the support of said For the relief of the Secretary of the even at tie, foiih, that tie] Ameiican\ |men.

which has been read twice in the Houpe persons. late :State Convention.
:
-. purpose. Cotton can be raised on almost pie, will tic CCll'II.'utlrlh botmmetlrtig: ; less
of Representatives, and referred to a To extend and increase the jurisdiction: Fur the adoption of two children by
: the every portion of the eaith's &U1'face.11l1! of Justices of the Peace. Joseph 13. Askew, and Sarah J. Askew. tha n llieliie, of ;\11'. CAVIS' ns tie. ]'Ie i.

committee as now stands gives preyent the peculiar kind that i.s required for her Awhoii/'iig! the Cl' min..l Courts of To consolidate the odiceis of She' itl!', dent or a jury may deteiinine. Ui.foi: innately -

United Slates Courts jurisdiction in manufactures can only be found here.'I'he'Chargeo Duvnl county, to assume jurisdiction in Tax Assessor and Collector, of Polk Gov. FAIHHULD' 1 as not discoveied -

.all cases arising! under the act, and regulates Ell civil cases not exceeding the sum of ,Colin,)".
( that the timo has ; by
thiee hundred d',11.1 :gone among
: s .
and Concealing the and distribution
the appointment duties powers I publication ;
cE'rs'who ] Aiiiit. Ulossrs.Yulcc To provide' fur the incorporation of : of the laws passed' at this session ciullzcd: !people, I the would over, fOI'l the
of.,fl are to act in a judicial ,
sJ\i capacity under the supervision of the To: amend an act entitled an act to
At last, we have a positive and definite authorize oupropiiatioiis' ) fOl'the expenses I Message.
,courts and subject to their orders, the statement of the Messis.YPLEB time Ciicnit Coiuts of this State of dIP State Government for tie fiscal
charges against -----
to licenses for buil :
giant" ling toll bridges 1800.
in in year
practice proceedings bankruptcy, and MALLORY of this State/upon and for oilier/, )purposes) aupioved Deccm G.'I'malis Cotuittt to B'"toi'idj.

and some other matters of merely professional which they have been imprisoned for six:: her 5th, 1861. KESOLUTIOXS. The SH 'annali.. lie lcl of ihellih, says: -4 )
] interest. The bill then provide, To embody and amend certain acts in I
months or more, and, as yet", with but Joint lesohuions ratifying the proposed I The steamship San Jnc'nio, which nilivedon
for I the motion relation to exemption from sale of homesteads
bankruptcy on
voluntary amendment to the Constitution of theUnited
:
little of being ] trial.Mr Tuesday last hl'ought'ouL
prospect brought to and other lhiil\-six I
)property.To
of the bankrupt himself and involuntary Slates i elating to slavery.Rasolutiuus .
( ; STANTON, Secretary: of War, officially I abolish all boundary lines between relative to tho Freedman's Cot nnn mime! and tuimn, en loute furFloiida. ,

bankruptcy, on the motion. of ] infotms the President that besides JEFFEUSOX the whit inhabitants and Indiana of this Dineau.Kesolutions' The eini.iants me firm tlB
the creditors of the bankrupt. The provisions Sute. '
DAVIS and CI.SMENT C. CLAV, ol authorizing the Goveinor Kingdi m of >:'UXOI'')". 1'hwere engaged:
To fix the
late of interest
distinct as to each other. Involuntary on money, to issue bonds
are one or mol e of the 1:11: :ale
Fortress Monroe, the following persons bonds, roles' amid judgments.To : in New fork, and! they slate thai their
bankruptcy, it is provided that I of Floiida at his cli el''lillll. "
are imps isol.ed : establish unifoini iteigu's a-ul] meas- Resolution itl.ilive 'o the pay of the counlimen tie: desirous of eniigiating to

any poison residing within the juiisdic- D. L. YULE, at Fort Pulaski, changed: I ill es to be used throughout; tha Slate of L'enteiiaiil Govi'i'iior. the Sunny South,
diction of the United States owning debts Floiida.To ,.
with treason while holding a seat in the Pieamb'e, foil! resolution a'king the ... ---
probable, under the act exceeding five provide for the relief of disabled indigent PiesiJent of the United :Slates: to extend
Senate of the United States, and! with solilieis! of I ihe Hue war amid their 'J'alh ha"i.'c Ail ti71.
bundled dollars to amount, can apply by tlesii.ute: uidous' amid Executive clemency to John II. Gee, of Tl.e Jacksonville Times
plotting the capture of forts and nrsenaN 'I oiplans.To Floiida. of Thursdny, .
petition to the judge of the judicial dig of the United State, and with inching piovide for il.e: f.Kicai'u.i. of the! :'nd Resolution! requesting his Excellency! has the following: :

m, trict in which he resides, setting; forth his war against the Government ; S. R. : i a.gent nh, te youths of the State of Florid D.ivid :S.: Walker, Governor of this Sian I A merchant, of Tallahassee informs I1S ,

liability: to pay his debts, annexing a IAL'I I lo send a deputation of three geulleniHii! thlIII".lp: | me chamli/.i i is 1\,1,11111'1'1' tl,+mm'o.
at Fort To
for the I
LOBS, Lafayette, charged( provide i cinoval of till !StileSeminaiy : ,
t' Washing Ion lo his ]Excellency ; thou
urge upon : t'\'el'llpI'IIlp iiml
from
sworn schedule of his debts, their amount all points' in
I t'-eason, and organizing and setting: on plbLIf the Suwannee, nom Andrew Johnson, President of the the inteiior we heal the] '
t.ict. Tl.o
p
with the and residences Ocala sun I
and nature, names to Gainesvil'.c: Flotilla.To !
foot piratical expeditions against the commerce United States: to have I ielpa-ed from prison conntiy was depleted) of itooils.'! a'nd llifi

of the creditors, annexing also an and marine of the United Stateson aid overflowed giant: alutniUeeclions lands to the of swninii D. L. Yulee, :S.: R. (Jl.illoiy J. 11. Gee people IJI' ii'nlp' iinrl, time fieeilni also
of all of kind 1'.I.Slcott allil inventory property every the high sea?." and Mobile Itaillud and Mannfactuiiiul'unipany. '(pf| earnings freely, njnl iei'; ice
i ic his or in which he has -, llf-snluiio'i ,lequesttng his tl\'O fold inn e than. ill sliviy.) In 'fivenia ,
possession, any Tlie intention or the Uoveinment toward Andiew Johnson lo naidon Excl'll"cY'1() ,_-_. .." ..:.:.._.. .. '" H .
and the of such :"' is Aiulioiizing the sale of escheated > iiu ""1"1 iiiivt oi-c.lMOII IO
intel e t ; filing petite } these land.I \' Davis. Il'Y.
is .
gentleman by no mean to be an act of bankruptcy, and the peti- clear! ; but Mr. SI-CED, the Attorney General I Ijing ly lielonging'to in tie county the of estate Ylliubia of John and fu Eaton, racer I', earnp] and lesolulimis [providing for' .r ehelIiuo,

,
tioner shall be adjuged a bankrupt.The .- aUlll'phcati'JI10 Congress to lebuild ihe
.
in an official communication addressed deceased. Pl.inteis about Tallahassee are making!
7
I Joint House and Jail of Duval! : .
judge is \then to issue a warrant directing to the President on the 4th inst., pays To alter the mode of sellTnij. school and providing fn,' inileinnityiug cotiniy.llesolulioiis vigorous exp'lions I louaicU mailing al.iiiieLIOI

the marshal to take possession of seinlna'y' l.inds. | of cotton, and the p-pSiecj.' |' / now is
certain
When HIP Courts! are open and all laws persons therein iii'licaled.!
Giving Inilher time I thai' a full crop will! he hml. Phintaiions .
I to
pmchasei of
all the debtor's properly of every kind, can be peacefully administered and) en- school and I lle-olulion instiuctiiig the Register oPIIol'c : hate doublet! inolue 'within dire
seminary lands to compleuijieii -
and the same until the appointmentof forced in those Stateshnse people' le- Lands. ,
keep ( J ln: ) welts. months, ami winking mu'es sell lit fl nil
belled the KesoltitliTnlelulive
against Goveinment when to enforcing Iheixrl
an assignee and directing him to noti- ; To Jaciliate he collection of taxes and luo lo six liundicd d.'ll.irXetv ill "i-
[ "
thus peace shall have come, in fact and j sectioi. ol' L.to' Inletnul Improvement
require the registiatiou( of and do ration is foiling'\ since XC'1"t'al'l in the
fy creditors to prove their debts. Assgn- in law. the persons now held in military grants Act.Pieamblc.
discoveied lact
newly that
lIallllUS. Limo
ees are to be chosen by the greater l I'al t custody as piisoners of war and who may To' and lesolution( on Federal: will stork for ncgiocs .
prevent and punish the !pay
trespass on
not have been fried and lel.ilions.
convicted for offenses
in value of creditors, and such pssignees,
public lands of the State. The last
against the laws of war, should beliansfeired Resolution a for the nppointijient of mentioned riicmnstunce, is a
.
when approved by the judge, to lake into the cnsloc\! of the civil Conceiiiing walks and brands of beef Coininissioneis fur the e\auiiiialion of theim'ehetllneas "newly discovered tract,". iiid' "cd. The
cattle
possession of the.debtor's property, and a'llhol'ilies of the proper; districts, to bo and fur other put poses.; of time State and other pur! phmteis about Tallahassee
To punish.[" cettain persons. for mat king, and ailh! over
all books find relating thereto tried for such dimes and niNdemeanois i (poses.Resolution. ,
papers ,, biand.ng the State also
as may be alleged against them. I or selling nninaiked crude and to (provide for the payment would, no doubt 1, bo veryglad

with slight exceptions. '1 think it is the pain: duty of the President for. other purposes therein mentioned.! I of the expenses of this Genet al Asiieiubly to 1 be a"smedof I the truth of I ilia-

This measure, or something] near it, we to cause criminal prosecution to be To pievenI the penning' l of cattle in certain 'st aleineits made by om, Jvkionvillo cotempoiaiy

sincerely trust will pass' Congress at the instituted, (befoie tlie proper tribunals mouths of the year and far oilier pur Resolution! dative to ceitificntps of abaft lilE' "Wilil! ,." nf ihe- '
lIt'
\poses. !!
present session. It is a matter of vast and at all proper' time, against! some of To nieinbelo and olliceis of this Geiieiul As
those who were mainly instrumental in compel Railroad Companies lo pay sembly.Resolution! negroe< to woik for )pay; but It is pioba- ,
importance to the people of the Southern iuatisuiating and for all stuck killed upon their roais. ,;: bly, tine .that the
most conspicuous in For the requesting His Excellency, negioea, or a good many
States at this lime, as any one can sae, conducting: the late hostilites To amend'lelief!the of landloicls. Dau.l S. Walker, Goieiuor of this Stale, of them, have di>covei ,'d that they liava-
several sets of th.'Is State

upon effects very could little !lellection, and its goc in t',.intinn.n,._ inv n ..._...1...i.in".... wiirl-s..vy110.1'5' _ourl,," .K.T.;.t'-t.-- innltlA to e\eit ril hiiu.ieltl FI""i,1n t"ii"have. limA restored lintiitvail... lo I.tnltl.ofuial Ihe. got lo go to woik, pny or no pay.Judie yg I 1ti'
hardly be over-estimated. '
: / : ; i ;;; : ; ; ------- -/00
Goii. E. Kim-by Smith by jury and the mil 1 i 'habeas T2r
To
The New Orleans Crescent announces collection provide a summary remedy for the corpus." I Suax1 itU ipjnesented 1 tbo

T'he'lwO-Tltil'dS Vote. it as a fact that Gen. Kiiby Smith has ships, vessels of! and eights other water due stramboats ciat'ts. Resolution. relative to aiming the inllitia. Knoxville District in the Confederate

The vote of the Senate anti House of retured to this country, and is now in To raise a revenue for the :State: o Resolutipn relative to the removal Congress, ]has gone -to settle in Cordova .
which the bills relative Florida. Mexico.DofBTrct.! .
Representatives by
Virginia.
Immediately on arriving at colored troops from this Slate. .
To
to the pay of members and officers Havana be wioe: to Gen. Grant asking] for oilier iimke dogs .taxable properly and, Resolution] relative lo colored troops) in --- -. ,
purposes.Authorizing
1 providing for the expenses of tim State whether he (Gen. Smith) would be considered the Governor to negotiate: Hainilion con nty. .-A despatch from Wash- t,

Govern nment \were the a loan fur the Resolution in i elation to Llent. General I .iagto'msays I ;) that Gen. Grant in
passed over veto as included in the\ capitulation] :State: Florida Grant. United States and the couvei nation ,

of the Governor, fs admitted to be a con and placed on parole Gen. Grant replied To auihoi/e! and empower lie Governor uiovalof the colored troops.army[ re wilh a U. S, Senator: slated he was If. I

fititutional( vote of two-thirds of each in the most friendly manner, Informing to of rem certain ganize cities the ant municipal town governments Resolution of thanks to Genera :Fos not in favor of the iradmissinn of the '

House-the new Constitution requiring Gen. Smith that he would be l'? fix: the salaries aril compensation ter. ;. Southern States, and diet his statements j

only two-thiids of tIle members present paroled and placed on the same footing of the :Solicitors: \ of this State. Ibis Resolutions Oellel'l.A'sol'm\ expressive: 1r on of the the occasion sorrow, of of in his lepoit iffening to the sulject :;

Fixing: the Iaof members and have been misc OIlSt, lied.
instead of two-thirds of the memberelected as other Confederate officers
officers, should] he of the Guneral Ihe death of the lion Thomas Baltzell.

as the Constitution of most of the return to this country. This letter; in To encourage Assembly telegraphic Resolution to pay certain Commission-' ...
;: communication
other States require. Probably] the dele- Bonip nay, found its way to the dead letter between the ;State:; of Floiidatnd 1 the eis therein namedResolution JOllY II. GEE.-Tlie trial of Maj. Gar,

gates in the Constitutional Convention did office whence, after tho lapse'of several Island, of Cuba and other West India Islands Lloyd, enrolling for' clel the k.relief oj Thomas 'of Quincy, Florida for alleged maltreatment ': '

not foresee that twelve Senators and Rep. months'" It was forwarded to General To establish board Resolution tor the relief. of James II, of Federal prisoners while he was :
i of Port Wardens '
resenlalives under this prevision, would Smith. That gentleman Immediately on for the port of Pensacola, and, regulating Bull hi tcomutandat Salisbmy\ N, C., which j

be able to pass auy/>ill over Ihe Governor'sveto receiving it ]left Cuba for Virginia. lIe pilots in the counties of Kscambia and: Resolution.: for the relief of Eliza Stewait. I was begun at Raleigh] has been "removed r

such to be the Santa llosa. to Salisbury. N. C, A, D. ilson
; but proves case.- is noll''e believe, in Lynchburg, where Resolution requesting our Delegates in I Riclrni ,
To amend the
We allude to the subject only that the his wife pad family reside. tho several ac Is legulating Congress to use their influence lo t-ecine and J. II, Browne' correspondent of the s

people may know, (as they certainly have -- pilotage Piovnling on for St.this John's appointment ntl'I1nd of llivor the passngeof a law to' pay E. C. Blackburn { i'New York Tribune and W. E, Davis! cor- I \
a pilot
the right to know,) how the machinery oC FIRST Fans FLORIDA.-The Sa- I at Cedar lie} s, Florida, :Mat and shah his! of a&sistauts the Northern, for taking Dist. ict the of respondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, who f

the new Stale Government works. If the vam.ah papers of the 13lh announce the I Issue Authorizing bonds. the city of Pensacola to census of the State of Florida in 18 O.Hes'llItion were twenty months in Confederate pi'is- r' ,

increase in mileage under the bill thus arrival of the second installment of chad 1'0 authorize the Commission- relation to publishing the OilS, have been' snininoned by the govern
county
passed over Governor's veto, amounts from the St. Johns river, Florida A ser of the county of EscauiUa to b"?now laws of th' thirteenth session of the Genet merit as witnesses for the piosecutlon. vL'

to eight or ten thousand dollars, (giving large lot of them were shipped ffortli.! In money for the purpose) .of building a al Resolutions Assembly relative to copying the ..: ...----. i

members viho live with-'n six days' tray Savannah they sold for one dollar and Com l House ana the Juil.Authutidimg acts 1 resolutions passed at the present: The ice in New Yoik' Harbor pie. I ;

el of the Capital seven hundred dollars as t went"fi VII cents each. of Duval county Commitsloneis! session.Memorial. vented the' regular' Sat u'llR"s! steamer. .
county to Issue builds! fur
mileage,) the people have a light to know named theiein. a purpose and resolutious of the General .- for Savannah sailing, on the 8tlt.ot ;a
Assembly of Ihe Stale of Florida., x
that also, and such, we are informed,. Is Acts and Resolutions of the To repeal) au act entitled an act to auihoil Mtunoiial! to Congress for the establishment ; --. ..- -----.- : :

the fact. Legislature.We d time Judges of Ihe Circuit Count: of maill'ol1tes its! the State of Florida. C Brigham Young!: says he has men,
of Ilmal
to hold
Indebted the sessions of court tl, muskets, pistols, cannon and aimunni-
are to F. L. VatErict llaM wla.
:, Congresirfor thou enough, and men to use them and
ASOTIIEB STEAMER LOST.-The steamer Esq., Secretary of' the Senate for the ab- To allow additional compensation of Memorial a mail !route io the State of the V 101I chAngo Ida. that he' will use them if the Gentiles] .

Iary: A. Boardiuan was lose on' the I tract of *tIes of Acts and ,RejolmJons/ the Justio.-s of ib} Supreme: Com of the come to Utah to Inteifere with )poly amy. I
.
Otb, on her trip from Mo re head City, N, passed at the recent session of our State Stale To establish of Fluiida./ the records of the A theatre in'Edi burg has a steel He dem minces Iho government,, and declares
that, he will be the Governor
county of
I1,, to New YOlk-ail bands saved.. Legislature[ of Bradford and for other purposes j' I curtain to uso in case of fire. Utah: forever.




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lb.,. Wilkinson Gn J. Afrcst of' the Hohhors of 'Asians << Five drunken tpsrOp.of* : armed with EL-DESTINO MILLS\ | M IcJI BIN & ALLEN

The lIon WitKisdox CALL, U S. Senator Express: Company pistols and.l cub and followed by I two <

ehct for the Stale If Florida, is a ''NEW YORK, Jaruaiy lltli. dsrepnlablo: nrpreiise: attempted to foi ce FOR SALE.

;young man to appearance not over 35; New tlavpn papeis, this morninS con their way into a street car in Washington, i

years, of HUP addiess ami couitpons man- IAjnlrtliclllnl') 1.1 tIP arrpsts of the rubbers but weie repulsed) by the.. pa enaers.!: In 'l'IIuILSDAV" [ -ie, flat day of 1/obruarjr" f Xu.'E 'XOW IN STORE

nets, in )pet son a trifle i'nhort of six feet, of,the, Ad:tins Exp:: less, On Saturday the melee, the conductor, came near being next, will boJl soil) im tine f'reml.rn1oul ,
Jirown, hair, Luge and fiill giey eyes ; a evening tin OP nlf'lI.,called at! the, hotel shot by one of the negroes, +The insolence thirteen tnlloii cost of'l'RlI
fluent and graceful speaker, and one of in .Stamford,. and 'leaistered their of''lhe n !gioes crows every day Flout Grist and Circular-Saw I,The Largest and handsomestASSO1' .
the ablest men In the State. lie is a native names, two of them as Lockwood end the more inlo'erable' mind isoftenesl manifpsted i. I
of the Souili, we think Kentucky: other as> Clark. Their actions 10 \'I\ld 1 by their demeanor in the street cats. AJLLS: :: ,

and has been a resilient of Florida from each other at first was that of "'strangers, They seem to spend all the money they Together with affront two thotifind ncrcj of trm.j
his, earliest boyliood, lie was alfcaj's an and nn one supposed they were acquaintances. beg'boif'nw f and steal, ]n riding about' bi'r and tilnntlnit minis nttwhod. Td1ENT OF

'old line \Vhisr, niid has never been a candidate They endeavored to_ 1iire, ft carriage so that they fan: enjoy' the i jleasitre of The Mills nro fort JSroppl.oil.jlOr.o: by jswero"1'ho two rontrpventtrhprln.cnchbf Floor I \ '

/ for any like' of poflt) nor for any lo Norwalk, but were unable! to do seeing fthite )people stand in crowded cars,' ant Otl.L tall, l I.. furhlfliod with three, run of .
public position except as elector: for DELL so. After I their failure to obtain a car while'thev are sealed. r13or Mo en bolting cloth' mid f.>nI'll" meal from DRY GOODSEVER
RIUI EVERETT this Mill Is of unporlor qnnllty! altrnctiiis cuntomT I
/111 1800. riage they were seen to converse as it'tic. --- ---- *thirty miles tliolltlli.: t .
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Mr. CALL ua prominent: in the Slate qna'nted' and their manner excited suspicions : rT TO DEATH.-We fire pained: ; I" The i HAW MilUontnini a large circular laW and I
as Whig of'cnl) \'Rlh'e opinions and They remained all night at Stain learn Hint" Teinmia" I bright illtp'P81111jt! : Shingle! Mm-hliiCrbolh In good order. OFFERED
I The Mill Home I Is MorlA' fart FOR SALE IX' FLORIDA
took Ill'cilefl ground .in combalins,: the ford, End the next morning took the Main and l universally esteemed little girl I, about I wide n"'l OliO hundred iwo fccti lon hi(,(/nnbstnnilully h forty il -

disunion opinions which led to sece sion. to Norwalk.* On arriving in Norwalk they 11 years of age: the daughter of our built anal In good repine > i -

In 18il he was candidate for the Stole I hired conveyance and vent upon the hill townsman, Mij.ll. II. Whileley, died last 'r'zu 1'r.UJJS or SALE :, ,

Convention} standing upon the only back of I'e'iJ1a! e, to an old shoemaker night, at 8 o'clock, from tin eflocls of a Will be onc-lmlf In clOl1th'; bnltunce'paveble In
ground then piaelicable-the )policy! of I numed Tiistam[ who I Is nil uncle "f burn which the received while at school one mid t,\o )eats feuurcd'Jjy mortgiae and Consisting in part'ofCrown
delay and a reference, of the Ordinance of I Clark's here they stopped over nigh onThmsdav moining. doing too near rimes, with int,'rest nl the RUO If seven per coot.

Secession: i to he people] -but was defeat and -turned lo the vill.ige on Monday.Monday the fire her dress caught! and before the I per uiiouin. Fnreliawir will pny for till... I and Blenched '

ed. liming Ihe war he was fully identified morning old man Ti Islam came: (limes: could be extinguished: silol'n I Muslins/ ,

with the interests nnd sympathies of down with bundle which{ appeared to frightfully! and Inorla'dy injured-.Dainn- ALSO, THE H )

I the people' and\ ever ready bj counsel or he pretty heavy and which, !he, refused lo bridge Chart aunt CO/I/J< otheiwise. to assist! them and secure have checked, and, was also scrupulously I ,
lliem'aaajisl' : 1 violence and The careful to keep it in his hand 1 f\lIlhe while I Anmmn,;:,: 7. eontiilnlnji, about finr thonrand cre '
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wrong. ,. Mont I: GOLD (:0)1I:10.-SJ'1 Francisco, of ilikniul: llickcf'-y, : I.and.nfwhi.-li nhont fifteen Cambric, and 0
oppoiients of secession found in him n mi his way to New York, where he took Dec. 13.: -The Steamer/ GuldenAnte'nail- hundred, acres are cleared and under fence. t '
title friend and the State an adherent'Ol I it. 1',11\11', P.innma esterdiy, taking: 1,014- TEKMS-One-fourth ca'h, the balance piyible ;!

Us folium's, though; entering npnii a ca Suspicion lining: fallen upon him, woid 1 \J01 tiensuie, i') which ?300,001is: ( for oniR-n Jn and one,notes two and, with three Inlcrrst ye 'nocnrcj..t the fate by of seven n'orl- .1 : Swiss niuslirisx ,

'seer'' not in liuni"iiy with his view"*. wns sent to New York, and Tiistam wasanested New Yoik. The 'M il.ind: I ufaif(, with per cunt, per anunm. 'urchajiTs :will wiy for .
'1 ,.'" 1 late and, lamented; Gen. l:. K. CALL but not till after he hid disposed New Vbik 1 dates of Dec Nh. buns orr l'prl. I I Cantos: FJanne ,
was the jinclu of :Senator: C. and, of his bundle. Tt'ktan's house The rinntntlon will be divided Into Iota to suit .
: was the I was .\ considerable! shipim-nt of gold l and l sil- purelmwrs. *. tTickings
boldest a'n.1 most IIlIcomIII nlll -injt nppo- searched, and the two Iockl'nld0'1'1'1' I vpr bullion from Adz na tniifi' )has been ,
nent of SC C- t jon in the South, uttering! arrested, but one who culled LluntielfClark received here, amounting to $!),000.,- >', WK.., ,
'ALSO THE
one of the nioV, solemn, prophetic a' II 1 has escaped. *> hen Tiistam came The lemons fioin tp; imbues in that leni-, ,

eloquent' wariiX'!s as>ainst the pal cy to New Yolk, he> left a bag containing! tory ate very encnll:! II:!. Corn, Mules, Devon Cattle, Blankets: ,

adapted. by the Suite: and giving! the full ,, gold and some currency wilh a man in lll-> ------- .-- SOCT1I DOWS SIIEEP, HOGS, '
Meight:: of Iris intlnViice to prevent herfrom vision street, who has been\ nl'\'sl.\-; ,\ ; ,;
AndEl-tusllsofeverykind
I ALLOWASCB ()!- CIITT" TAX.-We meInfoimed Cloths and '
enteiing the The whole recovered, is 3:j in 'r
upon careerhich, to sum $ S,000 tm. ciwh. *
I that fur time in Columbus
his, sums Bar'fheaale will continue from to uav.
pan iotic vision, Xould only result in cUl'leuc'a'lIe. day
disaster. in :assessing: the tax o,) cotton, an allowance \OBLUJO.\ES-. Cassimeres.Ladies' .

:Stat::I ting,from the people, and with oneli'iiui'd Arrests! :it Vh.it'>. "fan. i-f twenty pounds is made fpr the: Jin. 1r. _.. 1
I of the nnd bale.
woiclit!: bagging rope) on a
-i1 ( occupying the highest office in Severe! g.tlemenofiiceis! oi' I lockaile- The all the gift of 'his,i State talented and 'I J.1 C'niii." *
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tiained, in iiuPbchuel of, CLAY and Writ' running! Companies and biockad* running I Si Lout sixteen pounds is allowed.--Co*' 200. "." ,cke l.tiprpnoISalt' fine order, Dress Goods
lumliis Stn.LEAvaSonT11 n Flour,
/ uportlne
arrested, in Chaileston! *
steamers
hTiu, and the long line of worthies who were: by >S A |'are'' M.ort.ont of FAMILY GROCE-

held, I loyally I I 10 the constitution! was dutyto Goveinment older! and brought; before I Jan. 5._T'ie' spools. fIll I K1KS,
| 411 Tlnrrelc PSitntocs,
Ond, Senator CALL will, ;in the ConKiestof French
Gen. SICKLPS on the 10th Instant-amyng i\ pni-nitol the men who iobbp.i\ Payma-i- ;5; IltrrelsOntouea .A. nOrK ISS.J Merinos,
:Slates:: stand, foieniosl '
ndvujit-'s onionsthe them, A. S. JOIIXSTO.N, riesidetitof thin ter ]iisat.: of $ J:J OUI the oilier day, "n lit:: ,
of iibliuan
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iei piinciplesninl
lie/ adVien's: of const.UUiunal: gov- Cliicoia Company, and T. D. Jcnvcv and I Overt 'ink them in l' nil Ie uotntiv, and all ASliiOUTID:: IIoT::, English Merinos
the money except $3,000 ii its I lecotered.'I a ,
ellllleIlL.-Jocl./t'o Time, HKSRT COIIIA. Mi. JCBVKY: was cwn- Amfiirs nnd Chisels.x *
I thieves, \\hellel.takpli, took to thebinnh Iir. We are pleased t that the Timss unlined, to The ,
< see jail. government' claims mid esciiped.' hardware In treat variety, Alpacas
so well appreciates I the Senator elect for : alll'rol'el'l and assets of blockaderunning An-orti-d Nulls." :A. 1IOPKI.V3.Tin ,
) A citizen:! Atlanta, G.I.. has I'nt11\ <' 1"' -21 "
the long tel 1. Some other journals in companies: on the ground that they editor: "I the Wynadolte (Kansas) Ga- French and

the State were enthusiastic on the subject received their cliarteis: : for the purposeof -etleS300iW in 1 lebol ninney, tand in le WOODV7AP.E.J ; .,. English Poplins,
turn ttishes ihe paper for month.. '3CKisS 1-.
of the election of Cmv. MARVIN as bringing aims and ammunition into ... U\ A full ni-norimcnt! of Pot '\Vnrc.Tlyilniullo Poll de Cheevers
:gfiiitti-r:: but thought it "nli pxpel l1Iellt" the COIII' llprac '. The matter is said. to l Cument A, HOPKINS..7nn : ,
r l & .\ W.uhinston! ; Des;>atc'i says the lV-2t
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with Mr. CALL ; mud one to ), to which have been brought to the attention of the Plain and
Fancy.
evident! will! nIIbiil anthoiizing I
J they cave: no helping hand. Well, we Government by a notice) tut'uue of the vetoe BOOTS AND SHOES,
I su.T.n! In the District of CtiJu] 11I .-
negro et .
will see. Join parties, announcing. a dividend among: I Every style and quality.MEH'S All Wool

t ._-- he .stockholders: I bra.1 .
I! __ AKD BQYyS HATS.
Oiivct T.\K: 'Omtins iT nile.! Theao"o.vin, !! !; is copy! of the older ,' Delaine5

State issued to one of the parties: arrested : I I S37" Th: Lnmar.:; trl.V.: at Savannah IiI .Tn '...-IS-It._. __._ _A. 110PKIS3. ,

Tlie fallowing! ; are Ihe PretrnMe! aiidllpsoliuions I U. Tr.E.m-nv Dri'iimicsT.: I I concln: (Isd. Mr, ,Lamar Sr., made: very : (lalitti.itVt1Eix'S IVotico. American Delaines,

.4a Sin-Tlie Uepartme: with 0. nosy io able plea in Us: own d,'fence. m.'tthn after late I will.present my nc-
ndopte.l by lie! Li* N.itnre! I 1 ___. L ________ ... SIX "!,, ant ".'ii',, \hers n. Admlrilstmtnxcif' the
gaining hitm m.i ion lelative to the blockadebifilnesM ._. _.... .
in retard IK, the direct tax due the Unite 1 %., ....... -- tntp of T.. \While. lo the hounrnble.Tndep nf Fancy Silks,
during: the wa1', hav '1'111.\11'. | Prbsteof\ ten cnnnt> fir n dual statement ,
:States: : -- IIi Special Agent: of this Depart-j III '1f V t1Hl'tt: n i nt :aiiln, : ', V'li-fhiirai! E. It. JIIt: ITI::. .

Wl
.\IIU't: ;jIll, ]18i;' levy a dnecltn and has the power to summon 'viuu-sses, :., ---- PEN GEORGIA RAILROAD

upon the teal (-.ta'eoi the country\ &t:. I Plo-.v Olin all Z3ars.. "VV'.in.1cr: Sh.a-vv1.a
.*JtOlfl)00! ) ) () of hich ;577 22lili i was: up- Von will take notice that you aie hereby 11 Plows R"fi'!; ::;.;:.E ':'JI t :C .1"'t
.Vo. ;00.; GO.TJ nnl .
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portioned to t1''e :State:: of Kim Ida : f"l'hiI.II'1I to pay nut any diidemlse FOli I : if T a iiiovi-i" 'mil Scootur". + }:'F1Ui --<, AT ALL PRICES.
\ And ti'/iWM. The seve al :State:: were, dispose of any,, property\ which: maybe I All ofwlilch will liei">M "I wholesale mud re f
; hand the tail Est tin\ lowest C.\SU rttll'; ; bv "or'
authorized, t'i: collect allIIMr thesdid; ,IIIIX on belonging to ennui paaswhich ; CHANGE SCHEDULE.
f J in lS-, t \ tIOL'KI.-
wulihi a given lime, and fifteen per ci'mtiwas you lepresent) I ______ Titi-AnASSEE, .Inn. 15, 1S68.On .
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allowed for of collection -. .- A : Assortnasat of 1 "
expenses Largo:: : nnfl after till date, the 'J'rnin'i Cloths and C'as.simeres
which special) Lima his expiied' : .\ (;oid 41ttl). I' "Wbrstefl.A. n Iht) JVni.ic.iiiaiKl/Oonr'H: ltaitroad'will
,1'itl Viliereas, The tnminlv! ,loner Zephyr run dai'i us follows:
np The cold snap( in Xe v wont k on the S h, .
p tinted, under. an act of Conjiess' 'auihori.n ,, iue.lwi. HIP Tf b" Ve In torn to snit I'lIrcl"oeU, I EASTWARD. IX GREAT YARlET .
: :?: Ihe collection! olh.\ .. irect tax I is thus d sc Siily 1 t"t : ,I:.... bL lI()t 1d'I :\ Leave (Julnovat\ .... ................ 4.30 A.Arrive M'I .
ill" culde.st l of ,
teidiv "its not day HtTillalns-font: \ ......._.... 6.31)T
i ii inslI'Tpcll"ar,1islllcIS I and lllI: oti>opuipyses the -.easnn but: the cold.vt we have id,I. I POWDER! aw T"'hhnr. ..__..._--.. HATS AND CAl'S,
j
j ; ," ,p.t, ,ied; June Tim, 18U2.:! aieiimv neeordingt" the nil InliabitaMs, _for il I e \ > *. i--- AND iniOL.1: KIUS. .Arrive' :'it M'tdUon\ nut..............-i-.V'SX- .'.......... ...H.SO II
In said IlIlhi'l MadlJill at.
engaged! collecting: t.ii .'.... Ipnxc ---
last 'five 'pal'''. On Sunday, after I '.ihnt" .as.erted BOOTS AND SHOES
twenty .VnlvcdatLiilso City nl...... ... 300 r. M.
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:State:: at alb enoi''III'JICIISt loathe G'pI'II'IIU'lIt inldiilghi;; Ih" mercury fell!\ 'to thunt teen degiees I CnSr' and U JJ, \,..;><. t! .
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1 I5-t \ nOPKI-\'I: I WESTWARD.
aunt, lu 'manner to the : '
a oppressive! I bi-low ;'."".o, and I stood, little abo'e t 1. TPWe UVa'city lit........._....... 8:0: A. M.
peoule" of the :Slate:: : zYo dull! I ig any pa'tof vase ,Ial'. '1' e NOTICE. Arrive at Midlmn: nt........._.....12.20 P. M. HARDWARE,
.11/'1 intercut The p-operty of ciunsat triad; ha' and cntling '\\' fiercely. n.rtind: Leave Madl-oii lit..................W-50 "
Kernaiidina and l St.: ,. nsusiine: has beenunnecossaiilv (p D IM I'V, ],nq., jfcUl net as my Attorney rtrrl\emTnn'ihn--........... 4.:M "
' ** ; bitterly f'nm' the nurth, fieezing! pars lor.l S ':ol'III.lIUY d\,0Ilco1"'lOl\ Fl<,ikl... .1.ell'.l'nltnh 'ns '00 nt.... .....__,:... ti.CO! .' CROCKERY,
J ) hacclticel'itl: mi' ".dvantageslu iiosi's without mel cr. 0.111. 1 causing:; positive ,. -: TiKH.( ItAXDAU.. .\rrl'c lIt(,!uillc)' nt .... ,....:...... 6,30 "
the Goy eruuleut" and ID the injuryoflhe burl!:'rind Lit pedestrians and all these! sr. MA nits'*!'.*: \[! .

inteiests of the :State, and its citizens ciimpi-Hed; ) to be out! do.( >rs. Uiyaid, Tay- New-Goods| New Goods! IenVL T.ill'ih.i. .pe nt..-"..---...-....... 7.30 \. M. Tin Ware, <&c. &c.
: theiefiieJits \ lur. :who we met'in D.oadwny. biiliinin! ; | tnrlve'atnO.nrlt.! it............... 0.15 "
it Helloed bij tu Senate and Ib""o ulI,1 LeavoSt. Mirk nt................. l-.W M.Arrlvu .
l vinlot, t-aiiUie ,
facial hues\ of cl' 'u.on I nt Tall ilnimie, ... 1.45 1'. :>lC.TTII
of Jleprrtmtatiri of tie Stale of FloriJ inimterat f.-lt much\ c ,101"1' 1)loIn) when he r-de behind\ nt.- \
j ho'vpn'| the arrivaloftho
JEVGOOR hour
ilf ulil
on
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( Auemlily Convened, ''I'h'lt our :Seniloi.s : eiudeer I i in Lpand! ,I w ilh the Liieruuonteter i &nto lit Madison for Dinner, going from GB.C>CEB.JES.FL .

and lltt'pl'e'CIIltive' to C''liatess. ;; ; la I at tatty degree below.e <>, 'l'loo.t: e tl .- I and ('ominttihln wiiy.
!i' emitted and instructed, tn USB ever I thoroiigh'faie. was cmnparaiivel". d" ened. I .\ thc'lIf ",aee between ( 1I1ncDln"rloilto! un, S
and .\lhallIIIId betwei-n Moi/tlcallo and fho"uhvUle '- .
,_ elfin. L to secure the immediate! repeal' uiMislieiifiiin There was i.o blockade. of \eliiclfb: en | will connect with the 1..1..-,
of\ ihe, law for the collect ion of ih" Kiiss pavement, tn c-iowd' or couiution : E. IIOUSTOL :Y, I '
the UIItelSlfLtps\ direct tax In '"iiHiincctionaiy of pelesttiami i oii'ihe sidewalk," i M. A. Dzialyriski I .T.I\1.16, HiJII-lf( l'rf ldmit. STTCAR,

u districts'and, that the piiyd.-n

1. ,,f payi' 13 the said, tax, which Mild li I CUSIMKSS FALLI.NO OFF in NEw On-1' JI.\S REC :ICED AND IS STILL I II j I NOTICE.qor TOBACCO, i-c. tc.
2 glues io the loyal States, be cMendad i 10 LKAS8.-\ Ian despatch from New: Orleans = j Ij I

I I' the Slate of Kloiiil.i.) I says : Business teneially Is fall-! R..CTIVIXG I : ; ->- 'ItercwiI1 bo n Jleellne
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the btorkhulJer of the tuns > Powder Shot and Percussion
Ira it further roolced, That our san I:' i hq oil home: : and advie-M, of bimilai import < JYiT and Georula Railroad "t the lolSCO i ,

Senitors and Hepiesenutitps' be requesled 'I come li) us fin" non Texas; Well Selected'Sto l of Goods, the Company on Friday 20th January, Caps.
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'\ and" iiihtincied tn use every elhnt 1 I tn Goods can now !6
': hive secured: by Congress t,) the citieiiHof (I' veson and Houston than! they cnn' will be 11Iu|fare H".rr11'enteJ utflruetur.fF.for co'inlderatlon. I
By or ero
'f f of I this :Slate: whose properly has been here" Parties are buying : "Odi tlioie j at i I CONSISTING OP II 1-'L.\OO I
r t. x"ld under the operation' of the law for iliicil'1'! nod sending them here and to j; Jim. 11, HIM-td i '
the collection of saxes: III insurrectionarydistrcts New York for 1>,111.. Fearsa| entertaiaed I -j i Wines & Liquors?
r passed August' 5, 1801, the, 1 by old business '11\11. lUt a "sina-b P B, BEOKAW'S' ,

:, Saute privilege in all! respects with reference up' music, ,;mie' sooner' or ilji,er. Dry Goods !

io the lime and manlier. of ,ledeemthe 'l'hrplI'ick\ stones in ih" annul (park, 5 LIVERY AND SALE The largest Stock in tho State

f !jug name, as is allowed! to citUsna of of the city were recently soj.l for leas I

States: ,that had, not been In Insurrection ; than the brick, could be bought fpr. CONSISTING OF
and that Ihe GoveinmoiH be lespectfullyre \ I Boots anti SHoes, I

'lene d l to lestoie-as tar as possil.l t10 GEORGIA STATE: BONDS, Si'-w ISS-E.- Stables, !f.lff.ALLAHASSEE

i its: lawful: \ owners, all! (propeity.: at ternandina ;' The attention' of capiU"V 1"> inril''i l to WHISKY BRANDY, OI.V CHAM
o ; and 8t, Augusitne: cunflscatedender \ the adveitisetnontof the, First National: O 21a O> "3? 3E3IIZXT: O I r.\GNE. PORT SHERRY A: X1)

t the exu'<1onlina,)' ptovibions of the Bank of Maetm, offirina for sale $WO, ):J() FLA. I CLARET WINES, COCKTAIL

I. .aci afut wail.i ,!. of the ::)-\'eIl1.el'. eeut, Bonds, auihon.edby i; LATEST! STYLES OF AND STOMACH l
: 2Si it further rctoleej That I His Lxcelieucy. \ the late Stale: Convention'; aheieciirityNmidJubtedin > ,fc -.:\ I

i\ the Uovei-n.ir. bo and lie is he|,, I all\ aspects, and Ladies and: Geiitlewea's. Hats BITTERS, &c., &c.

l'' by requested; Lit trai-Hunt" to our Uelegalion Line bale is i lade m order to iai-e funds C.nRCES, BUGGIES, WAGO\S r ty"TIK merchants of Florida are re-

l. in Con it less a copy of the following! to meet, the Immediate wants of Line State: AND U.tR\CSS FOItSALC. upeclfully requested to examine our A'.ock

:7 resolutions. This conxldeia.lon! :gives the bonds ; pe- HOSIERY &C. ._TaUahnMce, Nov O,18GS-lf before deciding to purchase in New York,
culiar claim oa Ge .1'gians, and we hopolohearilul ,
.... as \l'e will duplicate all bills at New York-
the whole amount off<'l'd.b, Dissolution of Copartnership.. prices thereby saving them time at/do.
According to a 'Washington dhpalcb.In taken befogs the close of ihef wek,' ,. Which he nflers on low terms forJCASIIoi'COTTOJ. .J fl' ,
tineew York papois, orders haves ,' J. mt tl E: Urm jrcDoncal\ 4. Hobby 18 d!..olvd eight.
been 1 toned by the Goveinuietit for the nj,. 'ihouaaudwgi.a? i' icoops and Allthose' ludub ed to said concern are requested :.grroaitirely no goods told at retail
Ten with the nub
to settle by trek or note i
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.... arrest of several of the late officIals of gorlber. '
discharedhIs Old Stand. i' rcllhhlnlIen.) .
colored JwiHbe ,
: Hayward's:
the Ci'iifedoial, gorsrnment, \but upon J2.000 truopj : Aft UK V'JIIH') jr.. i
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what rs I is not knee n. week. P"o. H, IJTfi, m KIT. 1C U ; lU i
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UP HtD. .. A Mariiage Extraordinary l1R.\TJ OF A SON OF R.rLieuteiiqnt ) ?' DUIISB I 'SUE''ND STORE.

IT mas-IWSITTI.Dae The Philadelphia\ Dross, of Monday ColonelJtmes; : Glen. RETAIL

says :' r'Au extraordinary marriage cairn Burns, the ''youngest son of
IV road wind up lull all the way t
Yen, to the very end. took place", nt the Union Methodist Robert Burns, l time Scottish poet, -. ,
will the dny's journey tnRo the whole long day died nt Cheltenham
Kev. Mr. England on
Prom morn till night, my friend. Episcopal Church, ,
I Carrow, Fourth street, below,Arch Saturday, November 18. Although CfJQ( )
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Out l ti there for the nlirhf! ritxllne plncot I not inheriting of Ihe WQ :.
last Mr. Rein a'Oerman poetic
A roof for when the plow, dark hour betln.( evening n.rj'y

face' by birtti, and a c ,lebrnted tamer of genius of his; fllt' .r.r, he was an .. *,

horses by profession, was united in agreeable and accomplished man, .f ,
Shall Thono I moot who other have wa gUll)/furcr o.foro.nt night tho holy bonds of matrimony to Miss naturally proud of the name which WI: srr.cT'uLLY I FOICU: Olin .IHlTMiS THAT WE HAVE
UP15N1tl ,
Then must I knock uif tau alien just In ulyh' I Ilanna: J. Duke: the Iowa giantess. ho bore, ami which carried, with it ;: A "

They will nut keep you Btnndliiff thai door. >The bridegroom is rather l belovjliumiddle1 n ]happy prostig wherever he went. W @llim llirn ID m &Itlli '1JQmrn)

Bhnll I find comfort, tnvnl-toio and weak t Itatue; of mankind in pointof 1)grin;; later years ho resided
Of labor ahull linl the .
there bo you beds for mo mid num.TVIII nil who seek t size atidyweight, he scarcely turning chiefly! atCheltenham/ but he paid At tile Old Stand In Tullnlmeto'i, where! we lire prepared to supply customort with nil Llndi of
Yen, buds for till who come. hUlrdl'e.lnndforty occasional visits Scotland and
the" beam, at one to ,
44 .. waS'hold in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots iiiid( hocs, ,
Scenes in Georgia. pounds. tTho bride weigh; much .1.' :eell1 by intimate
fiveshuudred} and eighty-five pounds friends iu Dutufties, R in-
"Dixon" writes from. Georgia to avoirdupois She has been exhibited burg, and Gl3Fg' \\'. The poet HATS & CAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, OHOOKEEY; ANDS

the Boston Advertiser as follows : at Judge Ing-all's museum, on Burns died in 1790, and the living

Over by the half built Confede- Market street, near Ninth (for some links which connect him with th 0,1 1pre'sont AGRBCULTURAL ''MPLEE''tiENTvl.'

rats arsenal in Macon, I found n time past. .]Mr. lu'in, on 'Visitingthe fronoratiou' are becoming .A't 'tho 7Gaow olJ1: ; O.n.sh :Jri.oolGl for Oash. or ('

little hut ii which were eleven negroes establishment, fell violently in lower and fjweY1 every'year. Col. COTT01"J' \

-an old man, a middle-aged lovoitll tIre fair giantie, proposed Burins 'had no recollection of his I

man, three women, and six hil- marriage, and 'of course, she father, ho being a mere infant Hiving .tRhtl.h.,1 n1>r noli of our lion.o In New York we are prepared lo rnrutib Goods of all
dren; There Vns, beside, in the said yes)' La evening, nt S o'clock, when the poet died. ll.d.lu, nil)' ijuuiuliy, uu the shortest notice ciiid tho must udvHiitaguouii terms. t

C liilt, only a couplo of bundles! of old _
befor
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drew the ------0- -
carriages .
up Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped toODCUS
rags, 'which answered, I suppose, museum, and the twain, soon to bo &: The Jury in the Strong! di-

for beds, three"r four rude stools, made one, entered therein, and vorco cr.se in New York: have been:
proceojed ft I SCOTT C
aingle chair, a bag of meal, fouror to the church The bridal discharged, having, been unable toagmee ,

five pouuds. __ _of_. __bacon_ and a hall party consisted ot the iameso twins lifter being out forty-six "! .
'n 'L ,.. :::'JE V l"on.I:
uozen COOKlIJg UteUSIl"el1 ::!. ; i I hours. It will bo racolluctod!! that o I
9 1SC6
Mil a tig atM .ting-a-iu oilier celebrities 1'nllahaaee. Jan. -1y .
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oi thorJ: useum. Upon en I ]tjluintiir, Strung, for ----------- - --- ---- -----

had: told mo that '}IO was raises! tering the church, the visitors were I a divurco from his wife on the Hodgkisa,!2Cott & Co, I Emporium of Varieties

near Knozville, some thirty miles tho most 'observed of Ill ub.)ervers.' ground of her having committed ,

+ t\way-"wcll,' Uncle, what did you They were< united in the matrimonial ( adultery with his brother.: The application COMMISSION MEKOHANTS, ----- .- --- ,

twine up to the city forYh.v bond'ln accordance with the, was resisted on the ground YORK.
didn't you stay on the old place ? plain usage of tho Methodist i persuasiou that Strong had forgiven his wife's NO 24 OLD SLIP, NEW \\11[. P. SIl'SSEK,

DiJu't -you have a kind master?" after which they retired.- ofl'oJlwes-that the confessions of Thou.IJtldniort'11. llod.'ktxn, lulu of IUinlioUon BrgtJwm, T..IJIJILIIAS: y 1C 1C, l'TTA.. .

"Ike had a berry good faster, The event was extraordinary becau3o guilt, which wero almost tho onl O.1. mutt, of firm of(I. \\-- Scott i Co.1'alluy :: ..". '

Wllil"I'' ," he said, "but: you see Ibe of the remarkable fact of the \proofs against her, wero forced from D.htiea"II. r'jo'n.::*. of Una of Voo'o: & Babbitt, Euln- I. Ccppor Tin alld "*

wanted to be free-man.' difference in the size of tho parties I her, and that her husballtlliad also \Cb.iCIldgr.1'' (h. TulIIIIII19HI.O I S5ICLT IRON .IMADUI.Kt: 'UTnUnJ: <
unl.-, O1f firm of CJ.V.. Soott 01.:: 1 Co.; -
"But you were just ns'free there It was regarded with a great deal bean guilty of adultery. Tho case !''!lu.Spuchtl .

e. you are here." of intore: The bride diJ not falter derived hi 1r1teI t.'s. : from *, tho hijh ---- ; IS

"P'r'aps I is, but Ise make a liviu' tremble lid the ,social position: tbo parties hud occupied.
or upon being to to the 0011<' (if all!! Und of
iiltoulluu g'wn
I dun reckon an' I likes English French and Domestic -
up yer, ; altar." l. Th>'jury wero all agreed -

ter bo free wan what Ue eau go an", '. I_ ------ that ilrs. Strong had been guilty of SOUIHEEH: PRODUCE, Goods,

cum, an' nobody says uot'ing." Turi? Car OFA* WIDOWED UOTIIJR. adultery On the remaining ques und to tinpnrcliaiie, and Kliliunuiit oft

"But :you would have been more What: can.be morn: touching or path'etio tion, the eharg"o; adultery iguinsMr. Hou
comfortable on the old place-you I than the following appeal Strong, ton tiers' for verdict I
...o ld.huve, had plenty to eat and from a heart-stricken mother for in his favor while two refused. their Wares, Implewi'Bts/ : > STOVE HWDQBABTEF.S.A : .

plenty of clothes to wear." her lost fcsou ? How many .a soul assent'tu this opinitiii. MACHINERY, &0. ] and li'inilM'tne]
large"
vaii iAr of.
ly
"Ye bOO, mass'r, do good.Lo'd he does it touch with 'gl'iefi'lint; how +. e i -
know what's do best t'ing fur do WiAi (JKS. Joi: JUILi'oN' SAID
many a wish will!! ho made,that her P.EPEHENCES : OOOHKG STOVES '
brack well fur de w'ito' an' he -It !i.>. sail thai ill a ,
as ; appeal may bring back again to her a recent trip up JIc-luii. lJlI.h.r.Co... Now i'ork. t
say tur we dat wo should cum up arms h(,j' noble boy : i. the :?.Iissi sipii, Gens. J uo. Julius J. I. ,,amore CrnnnI, O.II\II.!\ Ua.l Aln.A.11 I (C'uiiiliiuirgSIIUKT \ : ; t ,
>\unt' tinuntery
yer, an' I don't reckon He let we "Eai'y in the war my only child, ton and :Sltel: ttlatt \;;ere passengers > ml I. )L:u'uu. O.i.i l .
etarve." on the same steamer. One leiuark u i lionI."e.11, UA. :: :: 11:0AlitTiGt'r\, .
a noble boy of sixteen, regardless .1:H. \\"hlllh'lol.! I, P"IIIOP"II"In i.
I had some further talk with ho of a mother's per uasions and heed from Gou. Johnston was worthy of Win." ILiily, rnaUIciit St.itu hank of l-'lorlihi, ( ,

family, but could only get for *.\- less of the charms of a homo that note, which was to tho effect that TuilulUf.h\.'!'...>).. E. im'julton, l'tta. ltd. J'ffo- I".. Com

swer:: to my many times varied qu s- left him no wish ungratified, left t tinder the President's liberal, hu tinny(,J'I., li'tltlmmv._iIfDESIttADLE '. L'OS.1Nt: ., 11
tion, that they came to the city toget me for the almy.Vhen last heard mane? and truly Tluiuocrutie policy. -- -- ---------- .l
freedom from he was wounded cud langui-h. ,reconstruction, the South would CITY PROPERTY 1'AllLOU: COOKLXG: S1'O\'r:::;, ,

Near Milletlgeville: I found another ing in prison at (Camp Clt.iso, and I soon !got over the \isitlo e'ti'octs: of FOR SALE All liliiiiupd! ill a iipnl' and, ilnrjlilc uiaiiner. -
of these crowded cabins, in have since lost the war, and (hat ia lour )' I I Jp .
all trace of him.- .rcal'l V OFrKM for Mile nJl c'olulortnbloJ'colilu. 'I'licy LMII >hipjird|'' lo :III\'I.all..r, :,
which lived a man and his wife and Those who have had children: born time the Urtited States would be the .: IXuuM> ,remit jvmji llii; ciiiinliy, uiili PHI,lei-- 1 t.al< t'J' CVi I,;
I children tho eldest most anti ve.f'til l of till I Ij' uactijiifd hy .Mr. 'l'IItI. 11":0.'j\ ,. PIPES am! KI.KOWS) i-iM.sini.tly. l..nii.. !
of whom proSpevous < en
eeveii to" them can imagine: my distress, )lto cud, .ni-iir the lenldi'lifcuf, tl. 1). f IfIp ll:
could not have boon 'over twelve or and will if in nations jmi.aH ovuj'uiueato. 1'1'' )', E_"[. Till* Hlllll.'f.AII II r-llllUM', I HI iH! A H44IJul > Ullt-<1uUI' lI'oI-J'iu: liiiiiflii! !!, GIIIIPI"
surely, theirispower, .. .\ KlirliU'OiMiind I l I. ln tlm. IIIld..ro' JJLifiiiri.IliMilllI'llI ins iloivn Pipes, Oiniiinnilal" JI"UH'-
thirteen years of age. lie was an aid 'a widowed mother in finding -- |;ru\e 01 llllKdllkchcd 1111 i> '\''t it. JJendi, Sheet Zinc, Sheet I., 1111.
:2 :T Tit .Qhica.jo; an immense iiut.i| K. Includlnir kilithi'ii. rniii.iui hutiiieandHtiilili
intelligent follow, and there was a her lost least 1 Iai/ lt..Slll'fJ:01: k lit'I \I'I'Y 1
darling, or at assist > *. "I: a luntM' lullingv? \\ tit f.ct'lloiitn- ; drsctiplitgr\
certain air of spruceness about his i in finding his should God il'OI' block, locate? on the corner of ii I'. Tilt-re urn" eight lot* fiiiili'ii'iiinhlch, cut dune on 1lHtlulie" .
grave, Wells and :South> :Water btreets lie. jiiircliaiion the hum' tlr,"'. Trrnid" !'ur Iii,. ,
cabin rather uncommon. I., had have called hint honco. Any communication u hole inoderalc. TliU lOll rare nppuiinniiy'' t'nr
much talk with him. lIe came : addressed owned by George 11.: lioblins, ofXer Mlitalnlii a dertiralilc city rfMili'iKV In u pli'iii'aiit O't3.c.\n.g.
ujr to Messrs.
Yoik hundred locality, \\ llh urotind tuiiirh fur a l.iixrc: !!".niliMi.JOS. .
from Fort Valley country, be said, :Mann, lioyd( & J Jonus/publishors eighty by one : JOHN \\"lLI.l.1IIS.kmh..1' 14001)1x]: W'\JUo i ]:,

an' he reckoned ho could get something tho Daily Sunny Mouth:: Aberdeen; and fiity feat, live; stories high, and () tPRATORIUS'--- WILLOW I 17.1 Il Il'.
to do alter bit. "Twas rather weighing, with "contents, about 'HiVS.;:
a Miss. will reach
ino. All :Southern: & CLARK
Kurd times ho kpew an' fifty fhuuiaud tons, was raised ; I m UI: ::;Tdl.tS l'la!:::: IXT1':
good aiii Western
papbra
please: copy > 0( every '1'>'CI'lplillu huII). Call hl.,1
i twenty-bOVeiTiaoheb "II.
ofthe
tovtho grade '
.black people was comin' to 1IAtlr E. JU nCnVj': '.i\\itOltS "xlltllill" I
many Wusr. t-treot without ;. : lietnip> pui i'linking eI 1>o 1'1'11'.
do city, but he reckoned they'd all : wrenching a XII7, H ::"- / .
I git through the winter some way. Tim ;;;.\xr.TIn: : GoVEItX- hair's:: breadth! ," und without the TALLAHASSEE: FLORIDA,

"1>:,tt don't vriii ihinV-_" snfil T_ rXT.-\. Washington dispatch of least in w'TrU priu:; the business of I SOV'iIIEnXI'OU'l'
thi occupants. It :!' ('():\'S'l'r.Y ON: 110I \:\])
it .l ; :! was raised 'with KKi A SBIMPORT
been fora tho Gth
"that would have better says : for sale H laigo ami wrk'd i I creel uur.t ulOENTLE3EENS .

groat many of thorp to remain on I A Cherokee delegation] ..toa M jack-screws.: : I 2 '- OrRPA. d. *.
the plantations or with their old by their Chief, John lioss, arrivedat --- --- CLOTHING'Iso. .

master and mistresses in town ?" Washington* yesterday for the The sum of $-1,200 has been ordered '
:: ,, Tilts CO.-WJ'ANV! ; U now Pivniii/fd" ,.d
Wall sah dars ol' the f'h'eaties btonped uga'iast the pay of q MO
now ye see, a purpose arranging iirpaieil tu laaUw, bent uihiuwvi mi
Scriptur what says if de man tab a, lacy refused to, consummate during the: 4th Michigan iufautry, ut eau Cloths, .

little to eat an' he eat with a 'tent the recent visit of the Indian Commission Antonio, Texas, byMajor General _C'otouind; other Produce!

ed mind, he be better oil du d e to their, vicinity. .Of nil! i), S, :SUtuleyf: ; commanding, for fasshBlll'S'

man what hab de fat ox: an' isn't the tribes which side'd with 'the rebels damages: done wantonly! to the eonalgnedtnonr.lp'ntaIi cm Milu i of{'nauti In Lhe'1".II.\ Llvrrpu.I., | i rum'J'hutina.nil to 114

'tented." the Cherokee is the only one Upiacopal Church, the money, \\"honcuit..ctuJ estill s ciitcii.rm.d| (,..'good, Vpl.nul C"ltoll.IIII'I'I'| '',",,

There seemed no further occasion not reconstructed. to be paid over to the t Gold-Ye | or .
trustees of the Church. lujiilvuli'iil, In current! .
)
to argue the case with this man. Yesterday treaty was conclu i\cck Ties \\'.. jlcil| nidi-ID. for goads frm tlt., l>I'Mama|,
ded betweeu the Shawnees and the: Mr? Van Amburg, (tlte''great lion and riaiittnn... ,ThniUrlrli.i.| iituuitliiii,, tinlil 1 ,iu Ito
olllllll
< (ii dt'is' for gouda Runt
rU Cll'S ADVICE ro o31EN.- Government, byf which .the Secretary tamer and succesaiul' uauager of nlld U'mllllt.JlUU.1RD, J.isgltiad .1-'rlllleo '

Punch gives sqino good advice to is authorized to sell the land uionageries: and well known iu Suspelders.Gentlemen's)) F. yi.ovn.laelt.ottt. 1110.rn>1.d3.!','III.,,

women in looking for"suikable hus held by these Indians in Kansas, .Europe aud America, died i suddenly Hose &c. .1.11': 'I'I) PAI\a' Agt tit, Ih.\I.\ EIIIlI.lld.
liEUXiiiD .
.
bands. Among tho other thiugs ho the proceeds to be applied! to the: on Wednesday, i u'taXJailadelphia I ,..\,. III3mSaddle .11< ", 1"J"

bays ; purchase: ot'now homes for them in hotel. His death was attributed: GunU"en'Sl1l1rllll'lIl. cut andamedeInfaah. r'

The man who don't take tea, ill. the Indian Territory to congestion of the s11c n. iiKJilu W-rf" Slum at)'lu and next snju'ilut to T B. Tiuunt'mnnirr. Harness:: and CarrirtFoESTABLISHMEKT

treats the $ akos snuff( and ... !3'tnhor
ca stands: I --- fWOSBEBFCI i'ho'small 24-1
T iox: is i !
raging
witn his back the fire is brute : 1'nuE.-A umonju
to a IF : repot t '
whom I would not advise you to of u must remarkable discovery Mobilo., 'l1ev stagger W. H WHITNER, -4.-
through tao ,
I btre-its aud lull
marry on any consideration, either comes to us from Italy! An Italian down and die. Muuy'families' ATTORNEY AT -LAW, I *'otua.t rcrcliecl large usi.otllllrllt ..
Ul ClUlldb
for lovo or money-but decidedly savant is said to have discovered a arecompelled : ,Cllllbl.lh"of .
to resort to to VA1)ISOFLOItIDA..
! not for love. But the man who) process by which: sounds may be i'oi'co keep 'tirIT.T. PKA'OTICE THE (jeiilU'nicn'tf and Ladle Saddle, '";
dyiuguiegroes from ; IN COUHTS 010'VII
sturgering: into Finn lldiililti and I>
. when tea is_ over, is discovered to transmitted, by !an electrical nrucos their the Mlihllu ulrcult.Ico. Ill-id 11!<.., Ciilur! and blutfli.IIar'JtM Wnli! ,
di.tanceso hyuoes; : to die. 13: 16tJ6_ -:r ___ __ h'aihllo.CI'itliii.rhiit i*, '
"
have
none, is very sure to make the I any that two persons -
best husband. Patience like his s ) one in Rome and tho other Paris. z- :Time f following| nrtice- A 'J; PEELER r.rnilu'rofiill. )' ll11hllll.) HaiTnivtdlliirHiiclii'l of I'viry|-, tlcicrlpllon., ,
deserves : raout wcis..ublisied'iu! ';the :Boston la mid 1 Trunks
Leing rewarded with th may converse together, recognizing K.idillvanu .. ,
: Ilnnic "
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ATTORNEY Hard
best of wives and tho best of mothers the sound of eacu others ,"oice.- Evening; 1'osf, in 17U5; : AT LAW, tlarriairu Trlninilni.'H, ware,
This "To bo bold by the philter of this WiiKun and UII!!!')' IFuha,
in law !:y dears; when ;you seems utterly incredible ; and the TALLAHASSEE, FLOIilOA.Offiea liiiirny BhnfiK, hpukf and It I inn,.
meet with such a man do your best yet, why might not two persons con- paper; vary butt nero woman up'Stein over the State Dank.Tr Muggy Axlu and Sjirlngn,

to marry him. In the severest win I \'or..6 through n perfectly straight m town. she 1 has had {I(he smallpox -- !

ter he would not mind going to Led airtight 1'OI1.tuloel hundreds of : and measles! ; is 'as hearty us u Until SlaUi alter joicnimi'iit flie rktitbllkhmonl, ulll u\\v\ of. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES' '
i horse brisk )1"'ulIIl"| at.tuuthjii
.first.. miles long-o almost auy l length, as as a birJ., aud will to nun tern-CuM And 1 C.hllllllll-hufQI'o of every deirrliitlcin, .
-- i iudecd ? work !like a beaver," 1 the rr.ivc Mumhnl, HI 'I'.lIobllooeo.'h'n jiar.tlediimy Maohlne Jd'llllif.,
r ; I : denlroleyal ud\lee and awlstanre., and Work raaju to order and Kophlrlnj
A man has been convicted in NW: --= .----- _t-__ Good morning, Jou s. IIow does act a> couiiKfl for the Uefunce bt>fore the l>Hilary dispatch' done with
York of keeping gambling house I The Cabinet officers desire / thevprld ?'I Court Will alno make lnvf their use you "It! uses me late, ,,"<11101(01111011111 secured by innrtttnge, : ". _, ,
for ehildren. I salaries raised tiH',000' / up thank you." and round to other hu-luom of Hf i i-hnravtvr. I .1. K r, mn' '
Uotubrr 'i sls1', a'
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