The Florida sentinel
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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: February 6, 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
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oclc - 08807470
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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,l :Vt kJl1 ntiutf E.,M. Stanton' and ,lady; Lieutenant was cherished by the people over ,Wo refer to -a memorable event I by the month S 5', a first class woman -
General Grant, and lady, Senator whom heliad bnco'ruled ; and even which took place in Hampton Roads (field hand) '$4, a second class

IS, rCUUSHED EVERY Foster and, lady, General Townsendand now, in those Southern provincesof in the early part of ]1802-tho famous woman (field haud) per month $3.

lady, Generals Fry, Ingalls and the great Italian kingdom, thereis naval battle between the Vir- 3 The classes are described .
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Kelton, Colonel: BurtonMiss Jennie { still 'a party left which dreams ginu-Merrimac and the Federal fleet follows : Frst class! fid] hand, plowman ,

At Tallahassee, Fl.i.F Cameron, of Pennsylvania, ''daughter fondly of tho day when the Murats itr those watcl's.Ve are not takingour ; second class! field hand, pood
of Ex-Senator Cameran, lion.' Thomas shall have their own again. The narrative from'the columns\ ot general farmhand ; third class] field

A. Scott and ]lady, of Philadelphia : lady, whOse marriage; bvery news newspapers, but from the printed'' hand, boy or old man.

TEItMStSl I General Patterson, of, Philadelphia, paper in the Old World and the port of Flag Officer Buchanan, and !4. Each hand hired by tho year
I Advance.Oolhirs<< for Single Six Months, 10 in :i iI Cutts and Miss ,Cutt, mother and proud of her descent from King which did not perish in the conflagration (pro rata) for,sickness, holidays,'or

Cents. Copies sister oC the bade, and Col. Cutts, Joachim of Naples, ,and the youngest in llichmond, and are yet in absence by leave of the: embloyer.: I
I her brother. sister of the) groat S npoleon.But .- existence. Wo put this official tes- 5. Each] hand! hired by the month

lUTES OF ADVERTISING, The dre !! 'of the bride was made' the fortunes of the race to timonyin a condensed form,,so far asit shall bo,subject to the same deduc

I i I'o bo paid for in Aclvrxtioe. of white corded silk, '(high in the which she belongs are a ciated no compares! with the case of Admiral tions as those hired I by the year,

OliO lines neck) and a rich tulle\ veil. less with the second empire. During Semme!!," lnd ,upon challenge: the !and in addition, shall be charged
qunre (12 Nonpareil ,)or IBM, for the
:i flr.L 11I. rt1ulI..................., ...... $1 00 The bridegroom appeared in full the three and thirty years judgment of the candid and intelli one dollar, a month for their fuel
I Each mibaeqnent Insertion ................ 76 military uuiform. which passed between the day, when gent.It. during tho months of December,
''I Estate and L"CINotic\ 1 to be clmigod The rooms. were elegantly decorated the sun of the Napoleons seemed to Appears from these official] papers January, February and March.

l q) the nne nn trnimicnt ai'vertlfemontii, with flowers; and the display of sink forever upon the field of VTa- that,the United States, frigate 6. 'For 'disobedience of orders or

1 rxoopt. Notice of DlninUfllon! an Admin- diamonds, pearls, and splendid dresses terloo, and that other day when the tiongress, being attacked by the Vir- insubordination each, hand shall be
: t tr\tor, for which hn ehnrto shall be.. 18 00 .
1 ; O'Mtmry' XollBM and Trlbatu of Rimpectchirod of the ladies presented a ,sight at nephew of the captive ut St. Helena ginin. Iel'fi04c, after a !brief!i reply to charged one dollar.,
I Ai ailrortlsemo'ita.: once charming and interesting to the "was proclaimed President of her fire, hauled down'; her/yColors, and 7. For leaving the farm withoutpermissiouu

I spectator.. the French republic, the Murats hoisted a white flag1 atvthc'gaft; and one dollar will be '
4 THE SENTINEL The newly married couple very well nigh disappeared from the half.mast.nUll:l another at the maim charged hand in addition the

I .' sensibly dispensed with the formal world's notice. The ex-Queen The Confederate gunboat Beaufort loss of time. ,

j three I tho liinoa o-i'y piper woelc In,and Florida therefore, thou affords pulillahod UK nub btereotyp d')b'ridal tour, and''send lived and died as the Countess'Li- (one gun) was run \alongside with instructions 8 Each hand will, be held respon'Bibe. "'

irrihpia tho re,ullent mean of olitilnlni the In. their honeymoon inAVashingtnn., pona, in that kindly Tuscan capital from Flag Officer' Buchanan ] .for,.injury or loss of stock
tout now by telegraph! and m'nts: end full re- / ; \VAn.\v1cK. which, alone amidst the courts of to take possession of the Congressand and farming utensils, if occasioned'''
'port" of tha New< York and Southern Markets. the continent, extended to the surviving secure the officers as prisoners.The by negligence, and the amount deducted -

It will also give..fill.. rupor a of the proceeding [From the London Telegraph, DPC. 21.] members the Bonaparte Congress; ,was! within rifle shot from his wages.
nf the Lllntni< Ths SmUuol furnished tdubncnbura
at the lowest living rite, *. The MuratBonapartes.On : race something of a timid we- from the shore, and the Beaufort 9. All of the hands will be required -

Monday last the Princess come. came along side the prize, the enemy submit, to such rules, and .

\ JO3 PRINTING*. Anna Mural married with, all due TLe children of King Joachimwere on the shore having brought a Parrot work in such way, and at such times, .
scattered about the worl down' to tho beach "opened either
and the Due de gun night or day, as was formerly
In con loxlon with tho Sonttnol, have pomp ceremony,
va n mljisrlnr eldest"son Prince the Confederate vessel -
The Loyal a perfidious
The close connection of once upon customary this section of tho
I nut' railed assortment of now Jobbing Jlouchy.
j of Naples] and heir apparent to the, fire. The frigate had two white country. By this it is not meant
M iterial: and are prepared to execute every de- the bride with the Imperial Court
J eirlptlo" of work In th it line with neat: near mid and family, tho high rank and lineage throne of the Two Sicilie, passed flags flying at the time. The Beaufort that tho farmers, are to make a regular -
''j tlmpiteh.; Alan on hand a floe nanorlment of of the bridegroom, the across the Atlantic, married there : was compelled to withdraw under habit of requiring night work,
luki for printing In color. Orler\1y mall. orexpre of the marriage dowry magnificence a grand niece of the founder and ,, the treacherous fire, after one of but that they shall require such
I 'n will ree.lveprompt attention Ourprlt first President of the American ro* her officers 'and several of her crew work only as it has been usual to
himself the
,I e<' am n low Hn the present high cost of Block given by the Emperor ,
and died Southern had been wounded by it. have done
plantor at
public, night.
i in tert.I.or\: unit living will I admit<.f, and aio reculiar interest which the weddingwas
of Fl in State
bnlnwthe Ineronod, r.itoa which rule In other to excite at the Tuil- the Twenty-six working days 1'
11new" .r hlloilleo. supposed:! of the sisters became the wives of small come 'along,side the Congress, Lieut. shall be considered as a month. ,.

I = --.. ___ ___-===___= -.::'" eries famous, and for the her beauty fairness in a court lady, Italian nobles. The second and Parker, commanding the gunboat, 11. The usual attendance on

Recap kn at the White where fa.il'Vomo'n abound, all contributed youngest son, following his brotherto had received..the flag of the ship, and mules, horses, and all other'stock, ,

HousaMirriags of Mrs.Di'fcglas \ to make this'nuptial ceremony the New World, settled down for her surrender from her officers, with will be 'required on Sundays and
years as a quiet American their side ,arms. After having deliv holidays. '
many ,
: &.c, a nine i days wonder, in Paris'!:
world out- citizen. Few among the emigrantsin ered themselves as prisoners of war 12. Three-quarters of an hour
But to the great lying
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31. Frenchmen that vast hive of seething industry on board the Beaufort, they were allowed will be allowed for breakfast and
I The reception!? la-it evening; by the side that city> which of civilization, seeded to have a',less brilliant at their own : request, to go an hour for dinner, except duringthe

1 lt:ulics of the Executive! Mansion, was regard as habitualepot'on'the centre the inhabited future ,than that of the quasi royal back to'the Congress to assist in removing months of June,-July ,and Au-
not only more largely attend*!, 'butmore marriage will exile. .Povorty'and,he:=so gossip the wounded. They never gust, when an hour will be allow.ed .
brilliant than tba't of last week. globe-the; for its says-became intimately acquainted returned although they pledged their for breakfast and'an hour and a

31 is, Patterson aud'Mrs." Stover received be noteworthy chiefly' The strange of the and for'a time this branch of honor to 'do so, and ,in' witness of I half for dinner. .
historic story
their guCats in the,blue }parlor first'and second it were the' Murats owed its means of livelihood their pledge had left! their swords I 13. No hand will be employedwho
empire, as
with habitual gride and dignity. to 'a, school for, ..little'girls, with'Lieutenant Alexander on board ha been discharged for misconduct
Hot) B. L'. French S'as, in Attendance epitomized in,:tho of:;,a single fact( that kept) ,by the presellt Princess, an the Beaufort Theywcnt ashore, officers' or violation of contract.,
the 'marriage granddaughter'of "
on the ladies, ivnd made the I I Joaehira Murat should be an'oven.t English lady, whom the Pri JOB had crew .and all, under protectionof 14. Each hand employed, by the
presentations. The diplomatic corpswas So married in the days, ,when Louis the fire of their own guns oh the month shall give his ,employer ten
'; unusually well repre ent (cl.- ( of European importance.the Philippe was called to the,thfone shore; and were never heard of afterward : days' notice of his intention, to leave
Among' 'them were' Sir FrederickJJruccv long as'the fame'of: 'Napoleons its\ So much for the or
endures', the, name'of, the Murats of France! and the prospects of the :prisoners. forfeit one-third of .his month's
,English Minister; Marquis must Of all the Bonapaites seamed: at their-lowest surrender of the Congress. wages.
de Munlliolon i, French Minister ; M.JJtfl l. ; live also.and generalswho and ebb. Then, when the Prince! had Now these,'are plain; sober phases 15. Each hand hired by the yearshall
Fosse, Belgian Minister ; Senor fought conquered, which and do not caro to in, bo
ruled under'th& reign of the reached an age at most pf history, we paid quarterly, the employ
Romero,, Mexican .Minister\ ; ,and ever great men begin to think that fortune has ject them with any words of passionor er always keeping the hand one'
I many Attaches i to the different. foreign Emperor, ncnu impressedhis tho little more in store for them, the declamation. The contrast' be- ..lontJ 's wages in ,arrears.1C. .

i leg.itiops Seveial members of memory" 'minds so ,the strongly saben.it on sabreu."Nby popular Orleans dynasty fell, :Napoleon III tween the cases of the Alabama: and ., The rations ,shall be as fol-
the Cabinet were present, and also a 'and Massena, Soult and Mo- restored trie empire, and the last uf the Congress is plain enough without lows : For men, three, pounds of
great number .of Senators'and mem claim the Murats returned to Paris to become such additions ; and even if, therearo meat per week ; for women and
bors' of'the House. A. little before re'un had little personal'that.which to a' a Senator and noble France, no1 eyes for it in' \ra hin;ton, it is boys, two pounds of meat per weekor

} nine! "' o1elockthe' President appealed place derived in history from tl sa Bpected lus the trusted friend and favorite of likely to" obtain' the attention of the its equivalent j for men, fifteen

in tie' blue parlor, where Marshal tre they of their uiastJPIPame. But his cousin, chief among the grandees : world. We have now the unilateial J t pounds of ,meal per week ; for women -

Gooding'officiated in presenting the Murat likoJfrbURdotte; made his of the second empire. The exposition of the laws: of ,warfare.We4be.xr .- and boys, twelve pounds of
guests to the Chief Magistrate of the own Hf the world., And, Princess' Anne herself has thus of "guerilla,","piratass;' ets.; i meal I per week.On ,

nation..' During1 the whole evening until m&tM Pgrows so blase that grown up during the, prosperity of but such titI'e.are cheap ; the public motion, it, was resolved that
't, ( the East Room .wa's thronged 'with a BKtudes of fortunes lose the'race to which she bslongs, and mind is rather slow to appreciate ,a the above resolutions be published.
I ""rndst brilliant assembly; The proportion strong it understood that tho, Emperor distinction without a difference ; and HILL CARTER,
their interest for succeeding
of ladies, was much greater, will not forget generations the l has always taken especial interest those who deal in these terms may, Chairman.:
men' ,
,1 than has been the' case hitherto, and btory of, the son of the French tavern in the subject of her marriage., well fear the retort.of, history 0. PICKETT, Secr, tary. ,-
a lover of beauty in' dressing' had an 'I I .
the dependent of the
excellent pp rtunity .to giatify',that keeper, the choristerat The Charge Against Admiral Contracts with' ,'Treedmen'1' ANegro. actress i is about to appear -
taste. Tho favorite styles of dresses house of Talleyrand of t'Lahors ,who Seinmes...A Case of Set-off. in Virginia. in tragedy at the leading the-
to be lilac blossoiu h.o.College atre in Paris and it is.said that Al- '
appeared ; pearij '
threw the frock for a soldier'suniform The Memphis l Avalanche cites an The JamesRiver farmers recently
way ,
ashes of roses, and white dridge, the mulatto: actor, who has
I'J of resolutions
and fought his. way to a interesting event of the bite war, in I adopted( series '
silks, trimmed, for the most part with and duties met with such success in London, i
dauntless 'payment
own Confederate bull
crown by his courage which the happened respectingthe *
cord. Tho Marlne Band is now in negotiation with an
: ProfessorScala Union which Fre dmen which will be Lead
and reckless; daring. to gore the ox, to of the ,
I in
American to play New
leader, performed some selections in the attention of the' .interest : manager: ,
The man who, judgmentof it invites the special ,with : ,
and Boston.
from the of Tro\' ( York Philadelphia
operas "II toward ,
all freedmen
Napoleon, Will "the best cavalry persecutors Admiral Seruaios. It 1. That '
tore"" "Robert. le Diablo," and' "Nor- officer in the world"-who was says t.|gfe'Thdcasopf/,p i our employ we will act, j justly, and ldr"'est'Snnday- -School- t

faia. King of the,Two Sicilies-:who,'de- [ Admiral Semmcs ,is so that we consider the following fates The in the

THE MARRIAGE OF IRS. DOCOLAS. sorted the founder of his, fortunes, II clear on:ft the simple ;statement of of wages lair and liberal, and that world is is at about Stockport five, England thousand,
% back .to his old, allegiance facts! that argument would be we pledge ourselves not to exceed: numbering
As was announced in yesterday'sStar tame any scholars. There are throe hundred
the star iof the Bonapartesrose I out of and might suggest that them : ,
tho marriage of Mrs dele'c. when place teachers.: Over two' thousand, of
field hand shall
Douglas with Brevet Brigadier Gen once moro after the return we allowed a question, where! none 2. A first class scholars'are above sixteen
eral Hobart Williams, U. S. A., took from Elba-and who died on the 'exists. But in connection with it be paid by the year. $130, a. first old. years
'" last night at the residence of Calabnan\ coast, whither he had and the singular display of punctilioon class field hand shall be paid by
place .. .
Mrs.: Douglas, on New Jersey avenue. gone to recover a.' lost kingdom, i tho part of tho Federal authorities the month &1Q, a second, class field
:t 'II The ceremony was performed by shot there like a dog by a NeapolU we may refresh their memory with a hand stall be paid by the year $105, THE OPINION OF A PETERSBURG *
PARKET.Yish! Lincum had-
court martial was one whose certain historical. occurrence, which second class field,hand shall be paid
Father assisted tan
Lynch, by
Rev. his
58 third class field done keep, freedom. It's jes liktvCoufedenck''money
been the month a
Fa her lcGuiro of,GeorgetownCol- career will be forever "memorable. appears to have "conveniently by r
of Bourbon rush of hand shall be paid by the $70, -more ,you get: 0
1 ., Throughout the long years forgottoa in the !, moderq year
P lege. ', f of'Murat ,'", it. third class field hand shall b&-rail on it,the less 'count it is.4I. /!dez.v '
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\Ttt'lltJ What to do With HIm t How Is This Co vs.. Marvin and Walker.Tne 1 The Claims on Great Britain. .

d.; 1ttdintt.1# The rumored plot on the part of the Advices from Charleston say that General Louisville (Ky.) Journal', of the The Chicago Tribune, one of the most
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friends of JspfERsoN DAVIS to get him : SICKLES, commanding {the Department 12th instant, has an admirable review of violent of all the ultra journals, statf

TALT..AJIABSEE out of Fortress Monroe, was so absurd of South Carolina, has prescribed the addresses' delivered by, Governors the present status of.the controversy.el-

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1868. that Southern papers took ro rotice of it. regulations for the government of all the MARVIN and ,WALKER, of this State, on alive to our claims ,on Great Bl'1taln\\ as ,

It Is now hinted that the Government de- people ; be decides that all laws shall be the occasion of the :inauguration of the follows : $

i Agents for the Florida Sentinel. tires his escape and that the authorities : applicable to all inhabitants ; no person I latter.:, It Is from the pen of Its editor, JOlat'ban-"Mister Bull, are you goingto .4III

Mr. D. H, WILSoN, at Quincy.Mr. at Fortress Monroe have afforded him shall be held in constraint to sue, to make GBOHOB D. Pa>zsvres-a gentleman of pay that 1 tile bill of damages''. ..\
Madison. Mr. Bull-"No, I'll see you d-d first,
r Messrs.. THOMAS DREW JENKINS& QAKLET at at Jackson- every facility for escaping, but that he complaint, or testify, because of color or floe discrimination' and excellent judg, and I won't hear another word from you '

won't go I The a s m biage' of several caste ; he directs that no penalties opunls1lmeLt. ment. We mak the Jcollow, nlt extract on the subject." *'.t

ville.Maj.. 1!'. C. BAnRCTT at Gainesville. general officers at Washington! has !given different from those to which from the Journal' article regarding g it as The Tribune adds : .

f I Mr. C. E. JOHNSON at Monticello.Mr. rise to a ,rumor that the Government Is all persons are amenable, shall be Imposed : a very high as well .as deserved compli- "There is only one of ,two courses let the to
W. L. STROMAN, at Centteville. pursue in the premises ; just to
about to try Mr. DAVIS before a Military on freedmen and all crimes and'offpn- ment to'our 'Governors :I matter drop ; tie up all the correspondence

Commission; but the New York papers, ces prohibited under existing'laws shall ,We thank Governor David S. Walker, in packages 'with plenty of I'ed' .

The Weather.After deny that there is any truth whatever in be understood as prohibited In the; case of of Florida, for a copy of the valedictory tape, and stow them away in the pigeonholes ;
a run of pleasant weather thus address of his predecessor in office, lion of the bureaus in the State Department -
and if committed by, freed
far through the winter, during which the this.The freedmen Wm. Marvin, and his own inaugural as and there let the controversy tleep''
7(5( fact is, undoubtedly, that his confinement men, they shall, upon conviction, be punished Governor of Florida before the Legislature until a more convenient season ; or tec- ..
'mercury has ranged fiom 45 dec. to and project 'and promisedtrial in the same manner as if c committed on the 20th ul t. ondly direct the President notify .
deg; above Eero, between 8 A, M. and 6 The President did well in appointingsuch Great Britain that.the United States will
are occasioning no little embarrassment by while men.
.P.:M., we have a very decided change, a man as Wm., Marvin Provisional proceed at once 'to levy on bet teal estate
and to the Government. This is something new, indeed( Be- Governor and the of Florida have '
and for the worse. A law Northeast annoyance people uitl.in reach, to satisfy the demand ; ,
The Washington 'correspondent of the cause DAN SICKLES does i not, like the done well in electing such a: man as DavidS. in other! words, proclaim war on England,

wind and drizzling rain ,make up then Nashville Manner stales,that Chief Justice laws passed by the South Carolina Legislature Walker as their Executive for-the- next and seize' her North American colonial'
'ost unpleasant and uncomfortable four I *
CHAFE does not hesitate to that he proceeds to make laws for the yeajs. provinces. 4.
say We have both of tl>eop1I1.II't"ss"
weather we have experienced for a year perused i- .-- r
DAVIS cannot convicted of treason government of the people of that State I es with peculiar plea ure. Their spit it i is
past. Fires would be comfortable, but a GEW. .FOBBEST LEAVES THE COCSTBTT
and old TIIAD. STEVFNS declares that he The New York Tnbune't Washington correspondent admirable-frank, manly, patriotic. It is
good many have neglected to procure is that "in consequence of impossible to read these effusions without -We clip the following item of intelligence -
nothing more thau leader says
flre-wood, and now the very difficult to a foreign being impressed with'\the conviction of from the Memphis! Argus( :
about as much amenable to the laws of the cruel and oppressive legislation .
the of the
ev'en profound earnestness loyally
obtain the article, at extortionate Wr regret extremely to learn that
prices. A rare opportunity is ,offered toindustrious"freedmen''to the United States MAXIMILIAN.! In against freedmen, enacted,by the 'South and truthfulness of these, distinguished! Gen. N. Bedford Forrest?' has been com .

the meantime it Is stated that Mr DAVIS' Carolina Legislature, General SICKLEShas gentlemen and their devotion to'the bestinterests to leave the country. Heating, at

make money feels the most ample security. He said been compelled to issue a very 'radical ; I of the whole' counti'v. we are told, that an order from the Secretary
It market ,but aie *
to they
by bringing order all such of War was out for his arrest and
less than a 'week''ago "My defense is annulling legislative
slow to avail themselves of it, although it Governor Walker winds up his excel- denotation to Washington for trial by a
complete now, and rests solely law enactments." In other words, the South lent, 'warm-heaiteil address by some
upon ,
is about their last chance in that line of :( Jl>'lifnrCOnlllll'"ioll, he, of course, concluded -
which will be administered fairly, I know, Carolina Legislature has not passed laws touching allusions to himself by which we that it has his test policy to "em-
business. learn that he has been elected Governor
._ and in perfect accordance with civil jus to suit, and he assumes the power to Ig'Rle"-to Mexico ppi hrtps.
without soliciting the office-"without
IV. !?t. Walsh's 'Vholesnle and tice." lIe is present in'" good health, annul them and substitute such laws as writting a letter or making a speech."- current This report upon ,oi-r seemingly sLI t' ;ts) all authentic day yesterday was-

Retail Drug Store' Savannah. eats heartily, reads a good"deal, and possesses he thinks proper. If I Lib can be done by In fact, the office sought him, and there ; and buliorrog It true, we record its
ay he said the other day, "a good SICKLES in South Carolina, it can "be as was no opposition to Ills election. as nnorher evidence of Radical -intolerance
The most extensive wholesale and re- :' Such is the man whom the peot'iln' of and bad faith illus. rated
digestion and a good! conscience." lIe well and as easily done by any other officer as by our
Florida have elected Gover
tail Drug establishment in Georgia or any Federal: unanimously strangely, infuriated and revengefui- D 4
receives in |
letters from his wife three timesa in command: of troops any : _, v
other Southern State, is' that of W. M. week. and keeps a journal every. day.' other State. So all the laws passed at nor.In view of the facts In the case of Flor- letary When of we remember Hint according to

3' WAISH, corner of Barnard and Brough- .. the recent sessions of our Southern Legislatures ida, in view of what she has done, and the late 31r. Winter Davis (who, beirg an

ton streets, Savannah. Tile advertise. Proposed Tax on Cotton. are liable to be "annulled" at how and by whom she has done it, in order ardent Radical liim.sflf) ''Militaiy Commissions -

'... It will be seen reference the to place herself right upon the record are always organised to
ment will be found I in another column; by by to Telegraph any moment if the commanding Generals cones
what shall be thought,'of 'the meas- viol "
which it will be seen that his stock embraces report that the United States Internal no one can blame Geneinl Fonestfor
see fit to so 01 der and direct. Is tliii in ureless brutality, infamy and treason of "emigI' !lng" to Brazil or. Mexico, or '

; everything in the lino of 'Medicines Revenue Commissioners have made conformity/ with instructions from Washington the radical ogramme, which proposes, any other ;place/ he may select, its promptly '

Chemicals, choice Wines and Liq- their/ report to Congress:: and recommenda '? Is it done with the knowledge despite the facts aid (he rl'corcsLIII\ to i \ and n.s sHedily| as the wings of wind :

uors,'Paints, Oils, &c., &c.,which he sup- tax on cotton. It is proposed"to levy a and consent ,of the President 7 And if keep their the seats representatives in Congress, and of Florida to regardher from and steam -can carry. .him I s I

plies to his customers lljirst cost prices. tax office cents per pound on all cottonto so, is it a part of his reconstruction policy in fact, as nut-of the Union and a -
We are informed that purchases' can be be raised in the United States from municipal appendage to the District of W Gen. SHERMAN is in Washington.

made at this establishment on as good this date, with an import duty of'a like i. lA Columbia! a soil of tail to old Tumid.Steven's On the 27th nit., he enleied (the Seniue

cities besides amount all that Veto rillil coat ?1 Chamber, in company wilh his brother, 4
terms as in the Northern on cotton fabrics shall be on tel'lnll \ .

laving transportation. The attention of brought in from other count)'ies. Estimating The authorities at Washington have taken Pensucola Ac Georgia Railroad Senator Sherman, while the Senate was

dealers in this section is invited to Mr.WALea'S the production of an ordinary | prompt and decided measures to puta A correspondent of the Jacksonville in session.: Immediately, a buzz and hum "

advertisement. year when labor shall lire i been reestablished stop to flllibustering on the Mexican Union, writing from Tallahassee/ January27th of suppressed voices broke forth among .

at three million bales, the article frontier. Evidently, the Government is the numerous auditors in the galleries,
Punishment "Stripes" or says and tbere1'118 rush to in favorable
will pay a revenue of $76,000,000 ; while determined to prevent any demonstration get
the "Pillory1' Prohibited.It TUB DAILY TKAINS
will 5 cents per pound on importations would likely to embroil this country with Mexico that are now cuminbetween here and positions for a good view of the military
fee seen by the official notice in
add greatly to the amount.Of and through her, with France. i Jacksonville are a g>-eat convenience_ hero. The Senators one by appi c mull!
our advertising columns, dated January The arrangement was brought about by ed the Genet and waimly shook him
course, this is but another swindling Gen. R. Clay Crawford the filibusterwho bythe "n
26tb that the infliction of the efforts of Mr. President '
punishment by Honsloun, of : surrounded; 'e
hand.! For time he waS
scheme a
to tax and rob the
people of the himself In the recent
distinguished & .
stripes or the pillory is prohibited by the Pensacola: Georgia rllnc! The obstacle -
West and South for the benefit of the raid on Bagdad, was arrested in New Orleans to running daily trains heretofore by 'a nillngfl; ipnd t, and] the business of
General FOSTER "until further
Major I manufacturers of New Englard, New a few days since,' by Gen. Sheridan, has been the lack of motive, power The the Senate was nlmost, suspended" during
York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania., If when returning from Mexico' and bound engines at the close of !the:. war wei c sad his reception.ABASDOSED.
<}o-v. WAIKBK, accordingly, recom- lyoutof repair.The Company i had no .. .
mends that in older to prevent a conflict it passes into law, as we fear(It will Inclu: for New Yoik. He was consigned to material or means to put them in order

ding the import (five cents on' foreign Fort Jackson for safekeeping. General By close,economy !and management ;Mr AND CJAFTOBED CCTTOS.
between the Federal and State authori- Honstoun succeeded in piocuiingnnterinl : ,The recordsof Ihe TI easy ry Depai'tinent t
cotton goods, it will be equal to a protedtion Sheridan also Issued a :peremptory order
ties, all criminals sentenced by the courts and making the repairs.. 'l'hl'l'l" show
,, that from Match, 18C,< up t t'o An-
of fully ten cent.InI favor forbidding the departure of any "or
of '
per person
the suit is the Company are again enabled lo
to punishment by stripes or pillory
1805 abandoned and cotton .
gust;( capture, -
fllhbuiiteis /
Yankee manufacturers; which will expedition to the \ on' the
be turned over to the officer commanding give Join run daily trains. Another marked improvement : iiooo.I I
valued ; seized
at by
'to them the entire monopolyof the marketof Rio Grande The President hast informed ). in ,the management of; the was
the nearest military post, be dealt 'which will"not the Govetnment ill'the Miioisxippl V8l1p '.
road travelets fail .to .
this and enable I them does deem it appieciate I '
country to com- Congress t lot he not ( compatible
with under the oidetsof the, Major General successfully the' -that is the improved time table. Of this amoupt $$3,300,000 I have l been [paid( '
pete with manufacturer with the public inlPrt"st8"1 lo fair
commanding.A : Passengers ate no ,longer weaiird and.
into the the remainder having
of all other countries, Sould the uish information the long at stntio-is; Department! ; ,
General Order (No. JO) from HeadQuarters measure any as.io measures worried by stops wny '
been traii'-fened" In the original own-
pass into a law, the Macon Telegraph taken to ensure the'nmaintenance of peace with crawling along); at snail's pace; or '
of the Department Florida, our with arriving and departing, at unsenson- ers of time cotton which, lo that amount, .
expresses the hope that Southern ful relations with Mexico.Georgia .
directs that when the civil shall able hours. Travelers able
courts asp'\ now to had been improperly' seized '
have,sentenced a criminal; to punishmentby planters will have the heroic Roman virtue -'- ---- arrive here at four iii'the afieinonii -+. .-. _tSKNSIULK.
to rtllto produce one bale of cotton ; V. S. Senators.Hon. very convenient hour: A corps '
the and 'turf rd him .--Senator FE'-nrxnEN, of'la
stripes or pillory, ,
that is not for their ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS and and gentlemanly conductors 'and engineers
over to any military officer to be punished necessary, own con- HERSCB?LL V. Jnuxsox have 'been elec are now, employed oV the tiains. concluded his ivmaika on the bill

in conformity with* the recommendation sumption. It may i work i hardly fora ted United States Senators from Georgia The net earnings,of tlio: road since retLII'n. to enlarge the 'Fieednien's, Bllrtall'Os, : fellows -
will : '
time, but a people always find it to ed the h"vebf.'f.'n souse .
to company sixty., .
of Gov. WALKER he is to be f
punished pMr .
their interest in 'the long run to resist by an almost unanimous vote.of the Legislature four thousand dollars;; which sum, haq '
at the rate of hard': labor oppression Fessenden said he desired a'' full
one day's ; .
be ca'led
This is what might been applied in payment for six new first
with ball and chain; for every ,stripe or at, any temporary' sacrifice._ in homely phrase, "a strong team j" and, cla s engines, which were to have arrived restoration of the Union Usuapidlyas a .
Were it other nine though lie opposed to 'ihe imposition
:: they would possible WitS ,;
tlii" but the contractor
for every two minutes in the pillory to Maco'n before as has
what is still the
more Telegraph designed to form
people' '
upon any
owe it to their'selfrespect to resent, in been the case with a !great; many in filling
which he was sentenced, but not to'exceed it is woo Limy of renl r.'Uiat neitherof apaitofthe' Government' of deginding! '
some effective manner,' a disposition to says Southern orders: have been very tardy. .
in all, thin !y-nine days' hard labor, : these gtnllemen sought the position of Daily tiaij Bko now limning to St conditions of any kind. Ifs would not
wrong them, by an unjust discrimination. : degrade the South in any w ay.SUSFE .
with ball and chain. !
Marks and flB 'Cons'derabla '
'- Senator. On the contrary both were | cotton ,
'Here then eve have something finds its to ra-uort, but of late there
authoritative Stevens and the President.In : averse to having:: their' names in any way invAB >DED.:The "Star" line of steamers -
has been but little Ise.
and definite with regard to the pun: the House of Representatives on the I connected with the canvass and protested : from the North that w! Btto shipped the delay between New York and Savnnuahi'

ishment of those convicted in the Criminal 31st nit.:, THADEDS STEvENs! of ,Pennsylvania earnestly against it. The office sought intbe discharging tu Btrom the has suspended; and ,the steamers, have .

Court, together with a 'scale by which it made a violent speech, alluding to the man, and public opinion and desire vessels canned by lack Q| IVd light mopped running.:;, Three, .of them have'

will be seen at once, what every stripe compelled of the trust. The ers Mr Houstoun: the PresrMR', Is erg$ lost and,
the President in' most caustic te ms. He acceptance the matter before the stockhplders been l since the list( of October,
and every two minutes in' the, pillory under said "the; President has ,vetoed the privilege election thus inaugurates a new era in the the Pefsacola and Geoi'gia railroad ol ex-of two:are laid.up for lepaiis.. ,

the sentence of the Court, will amount bestowal of and contains' to --- ,
of the House by :making a command public, trusts, a lending that'poilion a point some
to I In hard labor by, the day, with the whilst the House was engaged in the con- lesson that may be renumbered to'advantage three miles below St. Marks, where vessels j r..7: Secretary I:5t"\I'nrd': has returned'" '

'ball and chain. We see no' reaso:1 why sideiationofan important question. StlclF .- We hope it,will be takeir as a precedent can come without passing); the' obstructions from lie Hi Ro to,.the West Indies,'' In an.
in the. channel. Conslderablo
this should not work well interview with Santa Anna he is said to-
system ast I and for'all future time
an act, centuries' ago, would ,have cost adhered to iuierestris! also felt in replacing the irpn'ou
does away with'all the objectionable fea- both' in the and branch which have declared that the Mexican monarchy
\ the British King his head, but we are tol- Legislature, among the the Live Oak has been .
tures of the criminal code, and still makes erant of usurpation and abuse of power." people.. inci eased by the vexatious delays expe would not be tolerated by the Government'

the punishment of the criminal certain .rienced by the merchants In receiving of the' United States ,,

and sufficient. THE WESTERN CiRCCif.Judge BUSH DENOUNCING THB PRESIDES=The their goods after their arrival at Jackson .
ville, and heavy expense after paying the For the fiscal ending June 1863 .
will hold the Spring Term of, his Court I in German radicals ,in St. recently year ,
The Marianna Courier a in charges of two companies.ACQUITAL the Mint and branch Min of the United
MAILS,WEST.- the several Counties of the Western Cir held meeting which they bitterly denounced s

of the 1st says; Facility for mail matter Cult as follows( ; President Johnson, and his reconstruction OP' GENERAL MEBCER.. 'States coined' $22,810,218,01 In gold, silver -

t'' is afforded by couriers leaving the headquarters Walton, on the 1st -Tuesday In April policy, and urgently call fur The Savannah papers of Monday contain' and copper coins.ISWENFSE .
... -
of Capt. Combat, at this place, Holmes, 2d his impeachment, They say, :',r the finding, of the military! Court in the -

leaving Tuesday and Friday,' for Chntta"hoocbeo Wash'ton, ,!' 3d II ; II "We, therefore, pray that thV Congress case of Geu. II. W. Mercer obarg&d '\Vlt ; : REVENUE. Is, repottedthat

connecting with the mail, and' Jackson4th, ,Monday, II may resist those dangerous proceedingsof the mut'der'of seven Federal 'soldiers.He ._ the receipts from Internal Revenuefor

returning next day This is the best in. Calhoun Franklin3d, ," .2d Tuesday, In May.. the Executive, by annulling!; forthwith, was honorably acquitted. and dis- the month of January 1866, amount .
Monday, and In an unequivocal manner,' these experiments -, to nearly two hundred nations of dollais
stltulion we have, had Cor:a long time.A .- Santa Rosa II 2d II e JuneEecambia and by providing!; ample securities charged from custody S....... --,

- ma.llls carried regularly, ,we believe, II 4tb IIWOnly against,the alleged evils." TUB CONNECTION COIol'PLBTB-ihe last
A movement has been' inaugurated fn
between Chattahoocbee and Quincy, I rail on tile 'AuJulltland Savannah
: railroad
: -
amendments to the ,
seventy Piesident Johnson Informed Texas to provide a homestead ,for ben
1. a was laid at; 6 p: m. on the Stet, and.
WIt Is said that the salary and per- Constitution of the United States have delegation 0: tie American Colonization Jons B. HOOD, of the late 'Confederate yesterday the (rain/ ran between the two "

I ulsities of the Collector ,of'the "pqrt of been brought forward'! during the present Society, that called upon him recently, array, in that State, which he claims as cities. The large-body of workmen employed '

New York reach from' 50,000 cession of Congress. What aricketty old pot A will now be put on the main track
s to $100,. that he did approve the proposition hIs home. meeting was held In San

000 a fear r.; Congress Is'about to'reduce thing It must be-ID the estimation' of' to colonize the negroes, but thought they Antonio, and a subscription in each county '. of doubt the of Central iu completion, and there in the is month but liltle ofM ." tit

them to a reasonable :: re. ? i modern Republicans! and Radicals 1 :".Mjld have fair trial) where they are. ., recommended. y.-Sfecoit! TclfjrvfK, 3





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:'t BY TELEGRAPH a duty on all Imported fabrics of as many Corn Meal............................. 100 fly AU'rn01tl'IT.IlAngraaiaas McXIBBIN '& ALLEN"
a 3ft if 40 .
cents per pound as shall be levied -
on raw Fresh Boet..f............ 0 a 10 of Ftnntoi: )'
'I FROM co ttl'n. 3bloken, per pair..................:... 7So DuriRTMKHT 1800; ,
;.LATER EUROPE. A bill the above .... .. 1'ai LAIIAaeSa, Jauuarj U, )
embodying togetherwith Eggs\ per dozen .. .._ ........ sou .
other recommendations, I Is appended Butter, per pound.......................G0a76c GBXRRAL OKDEHS, <> HAVE NOW IN STORE
Cheese.--------.. <0o : o. 4. ,
report. sweet I'olBtJen, per bunhtib............75 a 1 00 Commanding OlHaiTi of U. fl. Troops, In this
VTAsntffOTOs, January .10.-The offlc'alcorrespondence Irish Potatoes, per barrel.............. 7 00 Department, will not permit tho Infliction, nfpiinshinonls -
HA nip AT:, Feb. 1.-Tim steamship Af- Onion, per barrel...................$7 CO a 8 00 by strlpts/ ur by the 1'III..rYlulI 1I turf The and Handsomest
rica has arrived here with Liverpool ad- between General Vreittel, LRrd. per pound.............................tMoHioon titer orders. Largest :
.... the American commander on U! Ticea! to the. 21st January. Grande, and General Mejia of the Imperial Whiskey per gullon................S3 60 a 8 60Rid. .) UlIAIU.KH MUNI'KK:, / ,
M 'MABKFTS. Army the .., dry, ............................. 8 a 100 Bvl, Drig.Uun., A. A. G.KXKOOTIVK .
regarding; Baad&d! affair, .... .......... ASSORTMENT OF
Cotton opened id lower, b'tl during!; has been published., Gen. Weitzel IIIdM, green, .. ......... 4. 6c
the week rallied and recovered the dn< states Omen, ?
cline on rulddlinas. Sales -of the week that three hundred men were sent to Bag New York market. TLLini38m, ''ebrllur)' M, 18M., ) '

bales. Sales of Friday 10,000 dad as an act of humanity, and not for Nw Ton. .Tall !2/1, USOfl. 11 ComniaiullnK officers of U. 8. Troops 'In this DRY
67,000" the purpoae of military operations. Gen. FLOOR-Xbont 50 better fnr low grades| \\tilt Department," having been crdi-red, at the Innt GOODSEVER
bales, the mark closing! firm. Mejia represents that he had instructedthe only modemto douiwd; while'(ood and prime .nceof the Preedmon'if Bureau, not to"pormlt
Con lJls we i quoted at 871; Five- bearer of good dull and heavy, |7 OSa7 90 for extra HiMc, tto infi'olldn of punishments )h y stripes or the
Tyvenliea 551 a 56.LATESTSales dispatches to Vera Cruz to $8 Mn$8 55 for extra round hoop Olilo, and$10 30 I pllloiy until further orders," Ithurelnre, In order i
I eport matters ollicial y to the Imperial for trade brands; market cloning quiet to prevent cnnlllct bctvM'en the authorities of OFFERED FOR SALE IN
of cotton on Saturday Government. He also] protests against WBI. T-Dull, at $I 27 for Wntc' i.WB : the United' Hintim mid thuso of the State do FLORIDA
10,000 bales; prices unchanged the invasion of Mexico AT-Shade firmer and very quiet; old No. I hereby respectfully ruuonimund, In all oases
t POMTICAL. by American jol- 1. Ullwaukoeclub $1 05 lu store, now do $1 i 73. whore party hall liereiifter, until furthur or.
diers. Conn-Dull, heavy and lo lower; .t 80 a 83 for ders, bo .l'lIlt.nerd by any court to bo punishedIn
The Paris Press asserts that Napoleon NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 80.-Gen. Sheri for unnouud, B4a80 for Hound mixed Western, lu either\ of the ubo\o modes, that inch party be
\ lies sent messenger to. Mexico to arrangefor I; dan acting under Instructions store and delivered: 81 a85o for now yellow. delivered with a copy ot his pM'iilenco, by the in
the speedy return of the French from Wash. BBBAR-Steady;Cuba Muicudo 11 2,3"I:1o,11a.: Sheriff 10 the commanding olllcur of the nearest Consisting part of
!iiigton, has Issued an order refusing to allow value 10 1.2a14o.Corro5Uas. military post, to uu dunlt with us maybe orderedby
troops. ; emigrants to leave here for Mexico. been In fair demand at unchanged the Mju Gimel commanding the Depart- Brown and Bleached
The o.der price.. Middling( 47cn49o p ib. doles and mulit of Florida.JCT : Blusllns,
LATEST FROM TilE RIO GRANDE. places no restiictions on the receive since our Inol, 4,300 balci. Tho receipt DAVID B. WALKER,
departure of vessels. at this port during the current week 1iave aver- Governor of I'tonda.llxAnV6ASTSaa .
I. Ex Gov. Rollins\ died here to-day. ,, axed 3,678 Males a day, making 77,064 bales since Jaconet,
I i PROTEST: OF LIBERALS: AGAINST r.. J.ui. 1, 18D6, and 016,477 bales uliico thu cumnif ) Uttl'iBTSiE.XT or FLOII1DA, >

f AMERICAN OUTRAGES I Terrible Steamboat Disaster. 1865.ncmnuut of the currunt Cotton )'eat..f Bopl. 1, yul.ruury 2d, 18CO. i iGK.sr.nAL Cambric' and 1

n Dicits, ) ,
Nsw ORLEANS, Feh.. 2.-Later Mata MEMPHIS, Jan. 30.-The steamer Miami No. 10. JWhonevef
'nioras dates have been received !, thence for Little Rock on Saturdaynight Liverpool Dtt s'1&ets. the Civil 0001'1.11111&1. partnimt : Swiss Muslins
LIVERPOOL .Inn. 13 A. M. I shall l ha\u, .oiit ncud acrlir.tnal.utl'or the ,
when six miles the Arkansas a pUII'j
Bagdad abandoned, the 26th up
1 on by The Broker' Circular says: The mata of the i Isliment of stripes, or the 1lIlorLhe .
the Liberals and the U. 3. guard that river, exploded her boiler, tearing; away money market Inn exercised l H prejudicial! ull'oct, which prohibited tiv Generiil Ji'mrtniont| ordure : FJanueTickings
had been placed thare. The Imperial her forward boiler deck, when she look. on Cotton throughout the w..k. llmlUiiz business No.4, and snld Courts t In nccordnncp with Canton. ,
fire and burnt to the water's edge and which has been on a reduced ftctiln. with the recommendation of the Governor, shall Pave ''I!
re-e'itered the the
troops : place on same prlcc'i gcnurally In favor of buyou. On Thiirii- turnud the criminal over to any ollluorof hits Do- : "(
d sunk. She had on hoard fifty cabin paniwnzers day, however, there was an Increased deposition parlmmit to be punlahi'd, ire will be taken Into : .
av.Nearly all the merchants of Maiamn-' one, hundred of company B, U. to purchase, and with h\rgrr.nl.ov.loc.11I many custody and turned over to the commanding ofll- ".,' '',.
ras. Cavalry! and one bundled And fifty persons luitanci'i were steadier, but mill show more or cur of the nearest pont who Is hereby directed to ,\ ; ,
leas docllno from lust wuok'ii rules. Aniuneitn is Inlllot vqulvalent punlHhinunt upon such ennui, Blankets, ) :.""i'\
former, several prominent and hilt it ential on deck, including the Ciew., Lusk In Kuncnil and Incrrancd dt'uinn,but very freely net, atthu'ratoofoueduys' hard labor,with ball 'III .*; is
Liberals, have (published a xnlotnn protest and Johmon, clerks, were lost ; also, the ofTured. On Tuesday end Wudnettdav" an Irr. II' and chain, for every .trlp",or two minulfa In the ; .
against the cmi.'ic of the United SLates wife and child of the former. After the Inr decline wan snbmltli'd to Id a 1 l-2d p' Ib. 1'11101',10 which ho has boon sunlenced; but In Cloths' !! and *|/lJt
This attracted the atttmtlun of buyers, and turn no cime WIll'U''I1' punmlimunt exceed thlrty-ul ... .
army and civil nfflceis on the ,Texas: side explosion: a corporal and a citizen were recover hoe taken place but prices clone at 3.4d (3" days' hard labor with bull and chain. y <
:: of the liter, dunging them with being seen to draw their pistols and blow out aid below last week. The decline In other doncrlptlonn ))y under Uuiur-Oeuorul 'o.UIt. Caseimeres.Ladies' ; '
"JI"ihl" for the troubles, and their brains to escape burning. The details of Cotton ranges from l-4d a 3-4d p lb. E. WOODRUFF, .
| outragesjin The sales o(the week foot np 60,200 built, \Including fob 6- _Oapt._& A. A. A. O.. I''': '' .
'that frontier" by aiding the partiftuixof of thu affair ate horrible. The steamer 6,740 to speculators and 11.700 fir export. ____ :

# Juarez' who has no more foothold or Henry Ames, hearing of the! disaster, The following are the authorized quotations: To Printers and Publishers. \-
.... ...............
basis that went to the rescue and rendered valuable Fair Or lea. s -...... 22it
f. I operations! on frontier thanw IIssisallce. One hundred and Middling Orleans.......:......u.......20d -:0- Dress .
'hrc'i' is alt'tnled by said officials. The : twentyfive Fnlr Nobles __............-...-.........211 2 d Having( large lot of surplus Goods.
report i is very bt-veie, and its truth Is certified is tlio lowest esiiinate placed on the number Middling l Mobiles......-............-....19 3-4 d
l tho consuls of Fiance and lost. J. K! Rankin and Dr. Jenkins Kulr Uplan.ls...........-...............211 2 d PRINTING MATERIALS,
hy Spain the known be A/idilllnif, Uplands.......................19 14 U I French Merinos
.., Oral liriiuin, who were piescut at Mate.murad. are only pa sengeis to Texas ........-........M................21 3-4 d I oflur for sale, j FOR OAS, tho following anti ,
saved. M lddllg'1'exus--------------............19 it 4 d clue ut
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CINCINNATI, Jan.30.-The steamer Missouri One-half Manufacturers' Prices English merinos
NEW YORK MAKKET8. exploded her boilers this morning One WASHINGTON UASD PRESS, stzeNo. ,

I ,e 'NBw YORK, Feb. 1.-(.luliuu dull andunchanged. at two o'clock at the mouth of Green t'ivy stov 3\h .cdiptm a n1p.DRUGS One 3 WASHINGTON In good: order. HAND PRESS. ,.lzl) No. I

er. The wreck floated down and sunk a 2, In uxcollont ord r. Alpacas
Gold MO t mile und" I a half above Evansville, Indi 250Iha. BKEVIKK. ,

NKW YORK, Feb. 2.-Cotton market' ana. Her officers and crew numbered 25011)8. LONG 1MUMKR.

dull. Sales to cLL)', 1,100 bales! at 48a49c. aboul 100. A report from Newburg says DRUGS !W! 400 12 His.fonts 8MALI JOB TYl'K.PICA. French and English Poplins,

Gold 1101. only, twenty surl'ivorlwere taken off, including 20 futile DISI'L Y TYPE

'*. -A --- the wounded. CHASES DASHES, HULKS, LEAIII3FCR- Poll de Cheevers
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL.LARGEST NITURE, and In fact" everything( iirci aary ti
4' FROM'WASHINGTON. 1111(01t11lnllL. u papur twice.the sizu uf the
''1" COMMERCE OF SAVANNAH-The Savannah "Sciitluui."
> rf W. A. snomm.ProprloL'r [Plain, and Fancy
; m THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL PASSED Republican says the number ofoutudices -- --- Kluridu S"nUII IBlACKGMDTHINC .

: SKNA'l'K.: at that port during the quarter '

,.t, *" eliding December 30, 1805, is 264 vessels, STOCK All Wool .

If A MINISTER FOR THE NEGRO HEr with a lonaae of 100,502 tons and a crew r

r PUBLIC.WASIII.NOTO.X. of 4,018 men. The clearances the name In the State of Georgia.DniTGS H. B. FITTS & CO. 'Del ines
pei iod have been 2'55' vessels! of 99,836tons
Fell. 2.-Th? Senate t- and crews of 4,017 men. Transactions A HE now of prepared to execute every diwrlptlon -

day Ii'cusplI the hill for the protection in cotton are represented to be -- ---- .-- .- .. BLACKSMITHING' American Delaines,

"c 4, of (ill pnrions in tlieir civil lights, !and astern quite brisk Last week ItI lIS expected ". .
bo.11I11111111'1'lInd low f :::1
In the us as
-. lung debate. passed It by a Vote of the steamers would take out 1,700 hales.
; MEDICINES, Chemical, the COP) of mntcriul, &0., will ndma ul. 'l'imey Fancy Silks, ,
3;} to 12.! I Ij" At the lime the paragraph was written, Moiliumo and IVrtulucrlc'i. have secured the services ot some of the

"; -, The House was ousted in a discussionof the steamer Herman' Livingston had received TruiKi's, Surgical Iimtruuiuntii, Dye Stalls, BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE.
i (< the hill forllieenl.iigt-menl 01' Lhu puw : GOO bales of domestics, and the Flavoring Extracts, &c., &0 In great variety. '
with their
who favor
Solo Agent for Ui'lmbnlcl'8! Exlnict of Buchu Those muy us patrotiugelll iiTi.za'tdr
era of the Free'Iiilen'.s liin'cnn. : Canjliiia 300 bales of Upland and the and Sarnnparllla Ayor's I'repinitlona JnyruV \\ be uimrantefd mitirosutisfuctlon.irgTSho '
I 'I'h" P, esirh'lIt to-day iiansinitted to,ilie MOle number of domestics. The San Preparations, Rim' St. Ir>iuinn Hitters and nearly opposite the Yuan um"" : a3hra wig

'" .- Senate: message Humiliating a minister! Salvador sailed to New York with a full Preparations, Hoolliind's Ocrniiin BltKjru.Cloek'n Feb.: 318ai-tf) ________ _
y Restorer 'rhomp."II'. and Fltalou'n Hair
Hair ,
FI lo the Republic of Si.: Domingo. He believei I IL' complement\ of pa Kent'rs.: Preparations and Tollcl A rllole.,WlIII'8 I Kti'entrthonliiv STRAY. AT ALL PRICES.

) I the nonini"ici l interests of this ; \ Planters and all other 1'utcut Mtullulnus before : near tho 'plnntution of Mrs. Chris.

coitnity would. he tenefllted by its recog- ; W We have conversed freely with the trade. TAKE.nip the 25th Janinry lliim-si7cd I

ni'.lon! whilst such action would accord fanners in repaid to the present state dark sorrel IIOHSK, upparuntly about fnurlccnyuiiis
with I lie settled policy of the UnitedfctlltC" five labor the ALSO, old; bus a whllu spot in the foruhead.'When .
( i f on plantations, and are tuliun up had a long rnp huller nround Cloths and Cassin ores
pleased to record that the fears heretofore his neck. The owner of the horse will cone foiwurd -
C In the House: to-day, Mnjnrs General entertained by a majority, were illusory. The most extensive and complete stock ut proNU property, pay charges; und take him .
I Meade and Tliomns appealed on the: The away, IN GREAT VARIETY
laborer for the most part has
Tliu, horse ran bu seen at Stutlon 5, Ii | ; lloor. A recess was taken, when the set in with an !interest and apparent PAINTS and Georgia Kailrond l, on the lot of Mr. Masnii.THOMAS [ .

Speakerin a fe" complimentary remaiks, determination 10 perform his labor 11. i.D\V'ARD3.: HATS AND CAPS,

t introduced theta to the bOII1'J he.I' tot well and faithfully Contractors will find Otis, Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors, Artlnts' Fuh. 3, 181)0,) -tf __

turned their th.mk.s in short speeches, after it the best policy to deal openly and, fairly 't \on of the South and at prices which ,iD o- BOOTS AND SHOES
which, on Motion of one of the meta with the laborer that he know at ,
may t
CTILT OKFT COgr5Tl TtO5. Indebted to the )late flan of A.
: hers; three cheers were given them by the the end of the year, that. his labor has not ALL persons-: & CO. are hereby notified that '

'. House and galleiies. been in vain ; to control him by good advice unless iirrantriMnontii are undo tnscttlo the Name HARDWARE,
will I'U In the hands of an attorney
as to his earnings, ant instruct him they placed
for collodion at Unit Court.
MOBILE MARKETS. to be careful and I'conomical-Xarianna A. HOPKIX8: & CO.
of Glass French and Gernvin: CROCKERY
.v. MODILE! Feb, 2.Sales of cotton today Courier, Feb. lit. Every Plate, Bt v llIod ricly Cut and ,Sky Light Giant, single, Tallahasiion, Fub. 3,18602wFOR .
I I" 1,500 bales, at 4oi4i5c.: Sales of the and double thickness. '

.week, 8,5fiO bales ; exports, 1(5,002( bales ; NRORO DELEGATES IN CONGRESS. SALE. Tin AVaro, &c., &c.;

Block, 8,188 bales. i is said the bill to give the District of Columbia Pure French Brandies OUU Kf\f\ SACKS: LIVERPOOL SAlT.

Gold, 142. a delegate in Congress will be ,
received and for xale by
o 't.t!
passed directly after [the negro suffragebill W. K. DANELLV,

e CONGRESSI0SAL.WAsur.Tox and that the negroes! already are jubilant Wines and Whiskies Fob., Ria-4'. "' 1:1'1. GB.OCEa.XES.:
Jan, 30.-The Hontn re about electing! their delegate; to .

ci'immeiided the conslitnlional 1 amend Congress. They say, by all sticking to- I PRIVATE BOARDING. .
and of FLOUR
with Fnr Xfedlo'nai purposes; a largu supply II. ALSTON: in prepared to accom ,
inenC'in i elation] to lepieaeniati in, aether at they will, they can -un theii other Liquors for general use MR-J. J.
fifteen or boarders, ut
tint .'estrictiun! to the CiHiimittee on Reconstruction man in between the two white parties ; her residence\ near the Methodist twenty day Church, In this
and afterwaid% let tuned the and they say when they elect "Them, Bruch Foucher -& Co.'sOHAMPAGNE9. city She la also prepared to eutertulu transient SUGAR; '
consideration of the Senate hill enlarging 'Gosh dat r.taeer take de 3font teal oiiHtomors. Every euro and aitontlan will bo
of the Fieedmen's Bureau de I I"Ifacoit given to the uomfurt of the gUI..L.Jail. .
the powers by Speaker Telegraph.
SO-1 in TOBACCO &c. &c.
A resolution] extending the cow tesy of ... ,

tile flogr to the members 61ect from Arkansas !:iT A clergyman writing from Texas Sole Agents of the only true Imported BrandsIn LOST.

was disagreed to. to the Post Office Department concerninga the country, tlz: Carlo D'Or, Lao D'Or, and between SaturdRy.lho 0th.. and Powder; Shot and Percussion
In discussing! pronounced by all coauoUseurs superiorto SOMETIME STATE' :Arflf UY CEUTJ FIDATE -
The Sei.ate was engaged contract for carrying the mails says be Bllery,
heretofore in use (No 24.) for Ai24 87, Issued In fnvor of Caps.
; the bill to give protection to pet song in contributed in no way to the CoufederateCaUHI' any the underBigned. All persons, are forewarnedfrom

i all their rights. Mr. Tiumbull withdrew ; except to pray for its tuccess, and Special Agent for the American Vintage Company trading( fur or receiving Much rerllflfate, as
'iJ his amendment, introduced yesterday, de- Is in doubt whether, on that account, be and large stock of their celebratod CM- application will be made lo the Hlato Treugurur
elating all poisons of Afiican descent, can conscientiously take the test oath, fornla brands constantly ou bund. fur Its renewal after tho publication of this notice i
for one days
who are bOl'llln the United !Slates:: citi, "but," be adds, "as my prayers, were not arrangements with Manufacturers Jan. 23, 1866_Sw )rAItT &. BnODEB. Wines & Liquors
f and substituted 'born undor any answered I think they should not be con.si.lel'ed My special ,
Zeus; and Importers of the North, and In Europe, war.
foreign power and declared, citizens with as aid and comfort, given to the rant me In nol only guaranteeing the absolute 'A J PEELER, .
distinction of lace or color." Purity and Genuineness of my entire stock, but
out enemy. ATTORNEY AT LAW The largest Stock in the State
also onalile i I me to sell any of the above mentioned ,
line*of(goods at flrn' cost prices-In some TALLAIUSMEE, PLOIUBA,
!, REPORT OF THE REVENUE COMCONSPIRACY : Mrs. L. 0. Kwfll\ wife of the Confederate lines even lets than transportation.An I Offloe up Btafrs over the State Bank. CONSISTING OF
lONERS. Gen. Enell, who I U preparing to
lInS D a'"omoo hours trout 9.. lit, to 1 ni., and
e join her husband at Cordova, Mexico, examination of my prices will sustain these p.
from, I to 5 p. m.
AGAINST COTTON, has piopoaed, to the Tennessee Legiala- statement" in every particular ();,tobt-rSo-8m W1IISKV, BRANDY GIN, CHAMPAGNE

,- lure to bell her fine bonnie aud grounds BROKAW'sLIVERYt"AND PORT, SHERRY AND

WASIIISOTOH, Jan. 30.-The report of op|>ositethe, capitol\ to the State for a FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. P, B. CLARET WINES, COCK-

Revenue Commissioner on the Governor's residence The price asked TAIL AND
subject of cotton, recommends that a tax Is 100000. It is at present occupied by W M WALSH; SALE &c. Ac.tSTThs .

of 5 cents per pound. be levied on all cot Gov. Brownlow, ,

ton raised In, th United State after the 8. V.Cor. Barnard de yirouffbton' SU, : merchants of Florid are respectfully -

1st day of January, 180ft; that a tax on THE MARKETS. Stables- flif requested to examine our stock
befoi deciding to purchase !la New York
, cotton consumed In the country bl'l levied ........ SAVANNAH, GEO. ,
... the manufacturers, lax on that ex. as we will duplicate all bilk at New York
on ,
'. ported jupon the merchant at the place ofexport Tallahassee Market;, feb 8, 1888-tf_. prices, thereby Baring them time tad
a and that no vessel hall be alt TiLiiiiiiti, Florid, Fab. I, JWfl. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. freight.fgTEoiitively.
clear withIlLU1'1.tillcaLe- that corroa.Middling. FOR SALE .'. J"ALSO, tit goods lold.at retail.
lowed to ...... 39 .381 I Ordinary.........&i a UOIXM1I. HAVE on hand two fine MOLES, and will
( the tax has already been paid. HilllT. I .. more, for tale, In s few days,at\icy place CARR AGES; BUCCIES,1vMo1'S MeKibbin & Allen.
. The Coramigsionen also recommend Flour pol' bbl...:.t16 a 20Buckwheat near Mlccoiuki Apply eU. I- AND HARNESS FOR BILE.TaUaka.is. .
't thai long as there shall bit a tax upon per bb|..................IllilM '- blLtLb., : Dee y
j American M raw cotton, there shall also be Hominy. ,1">r uu.ho!..,.-:.. I C9 feb t-V. Or B V RD k JOEl\ION.! I ., K en'. 8lS5-tf 6,1885-tf .



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An ExPosure-o Ifformoafsm )Ir., \V., (can assure you. that QtBV\ii: L.IBOH is Lot n9IANA.-The -

there. i 54 not that' happy smile thereupon New Orleans I'knyune'says : 'We WHOLESALE Al l RETAIL.'STOllE'+ ;
s The Daily Union Vidctte, a cn. ,
a woman's!! countenance\ whiclr learn that the German immigrants, .- ,

ti1e" paper published by army officersin characterizes an English w'oman.- about one hundred in number, who .
----- -*------
Salt Lake City, making .a fierce Many of them, as soon as they get recently arrived here from New ..JCDQ

assault the Mormons\ in heir there begin to peep through the wool York, in search of agriculture ems i .
upon "WQi m SD@W( (fJ.Q
that has been drawn their have made favorable engagements
home gives the following letter over eyes, ployment, ." .' h
own for and some them with in Ten. -
probably years, a planter I
ex-Mormon with ... '
from a disgusted an come out and say, Mormonism in sas Parish, and have proceeded to

explanatory introduction. : Utah and Mormonism! in Englandhas their new homes. We understandthat TTTE JlESPECTFCfcJLY INFORM Otlll FRIENDS THAT XV'E HAVE .

. The following is a portion,,of a let- no comparison. I found it so according to theircontract, UPEN.IIU: A ,r t...(iwm ;

ter written by an immigrant convertto long before I got to Salt Lake, but I their wages for ith.6 first yer are to

polygamy, who was formerly a respectable would like to have found it out bcfoft be $150, in additidn] to which they "

workingman in tho employof ; I left home. At any rate, I am 'are to be supplied with food, medicines At the Old Stand In TollalmtBci I where we are prepared to apply customers ...lth all kluji o> ,

Lawrence & 'Co., wine merchantsof quite satisfied now, and have corrie and medical attendance, comfortable

Hertford, England. After a few to this conclusion, that if God owns quarters\ and blankets. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, :

years' slavery in Utah, he workedhis that people, the devil owns the best. Their clothing and other wants they '

way to Sacramento, California, I am, sir, your humble servant, are to supply themselves. For the HATS &; GAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE; CROCKERY AND .1

where'he' wrote this letter, hoping it W. HART. I. second year, instead of specific Wages ,

.. would be the means of preventing P. S.-As I am out of danger, you they are to have an interest in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,

others in that country from being de can make what use you like of this tho crop, ttjeir shares to be apportioned .At 'th '> ]Can7Pe,i't ctartat1i. T'riootar: : Cii.ish or j

luded by the misrepsfsentations of letter. to them according to the as COTTOISr.

Mormon proselytizers, the pollutions ---- certained value of their services. 1

of whose system he became disgusted Disgusting-Very This, we believe, is the limit\ of the Ilnvlu?established a branch of our home In Now York, we nre prepared to furulub Goods of all : i
klad.ln any quantity, on the Bhortust notice and the,moot advnutugeoua term.
with, and thus describes : How men, Animated as they are, contract. Both the planter and the I

"SACR .r4EXTO CITY, California, ) with hearts and souls, can, while in labours hope that at the end of the Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to ;

September 23, 1865. f, the possession of the means! so far second year the latter will have
take leave of civilized instincts and saved enough from their wages andtheir
"Sir : In ,my last letter to my subvert every available power to interest in the crop to stock ; ;

mother I promised to send you a little small lease-hold farms on their own ,
the contemptible and cowardly -! 't
purpose : Z"ort.B: : .
of my experience while in Salt of arousing the already seething aecou1 lt. From the industrious and Tallnhnii,Jan. 0,_lyo-ly '
:Lake which I was afraid to do while : -= ==__, i
cauldron fanatical ire against thrifty habits of these people, we i
living there ,-as my life would have: our overburdened and down trod have but little doubt that these PEN. & GEORGIA :SAILROAD# Emporium of %Varieties! !

been endangered' : by so doing. But den people by such libellous dis hopes will be realized, unless they !IIS' .".;:. .,
as I am:now,in va free country, I can patches as' the following, is more should be frustrated by bickness.- p p.., ) '<10 l 1(1"tj.l'; ; p. I IDBALGH ,

send to mv. friends the truth of things The locality however is healthy ,
able divine ;
than we are to : ) *
as, they'. exist* there" without being "NEw YORK, Jan. 19.-The Her and the prospect auspicious.; No CHANGE: "OF 'SCHEDULE. WM I SLtSSEIt. ;

afraid."" : < ald's Washington special says Wru. negroes are to be employed on the Til.LAUASSKK, Jllll. 15, 1861) T ALL A. :II: A B S IS It:, :JPI.A., 1 i
"In evions letters I have been tntion." n and after this date, the Train
my pi H. Evans, late Lieutenant in the plan on tin Punimonlti, and Uuurjta Railroad will
very silent on tho polygamy ques 21st Pennsylvania Regiment has ..--- .. ruu dally. follow: Topper Tin and I f

tion.. I think little new:!' of that been summoned as a witness in the Death of Miss Frederika EASTWARD.L SHEET IRON iTUl\UPIUrCRERi I
Qlllnc nt.--------- 4 Q) A. M.
kind Will bc'vcry interesting to you trial of General Mercer, now pending Bremer ..\rrh'p.ltl Tfi'lhilmafwo ut:........... 830 "
few of friends. In the Lenvti Tnllahanee at---=............ 7.00 : IN
and a your at Savannah, Ga., for executing Bv the last steamer from Europe, ArrlvantMiidlDonat' ................ll.OQ .
first placej old men of seventy mar several prisoners just before the occupation I.nvoIndl.un: at..................1130 "
fourteen of and intelligence is received or' the deathof Arrived. at Lake City nt.".......... 3.0. 1' M. English, French and Dcrries"
ry girls at years' age, of that city by our forces.. the distinguished and veteran nov- WESTWARD.tenve tic Goods )

in some instances they' give the parents He will testily that on a given day, elist Miss Frederika Bremer.. Miss Lake City nt................. 1.30 A. M. ,
of the child a cow or an old the fall of Savannah ArrlTeRtMnilhonat...........-....1220 I' M. .' ",
just Before Bremer was born in Abo Finland, in Lairo Mndl-nn at.------------------12.50 "' Plain, fancy & Japasned Ware,'
gun, or'some other trifling thing.- Mercer rode.over to the post prison arrive lit Tallahinai'o nt............. 4.JO I
In the will 1802. For several years she occupied Leave TnllHhn.s"e at...:............ bIO "
next plaoe a man
marrya and ordered, the summary executionof herself in teaching school in Swe- Arrive ut Quincy! at ................- e.30 STOVE; HEADQUARTERS. I
and that brother will
girl, girl's seven :Federal soldiers, merely to den and Norway, chiefly in Stock ST. MARKS TRAIN.
marry her husband's daughter, and their the Federal Iiftive Tnllnhniiip at---------------- 7.30 A. M.Arrlo .
prevent recapture by holm. this she began A large and hindsome variaty of ?
Relinquishing! nt HI. Mark at-------------- fl.15 .
very frequently a man marries two forces. The Lieutenant remembers that which she LBJMht.. Mnrkii nt..-...............1200 M. ,
or three sisters; but, worst of all, tho order given by Mercer literary career Arrive ntTnllnhaMee. HI............. 1.45 1'. M. COOKING STOVES \' '
has since: pursued with such singului li.-- "flulf an I hour will bo nivnn; on the arrhn! ; I.
many go so far as to marry a woman to have been as follows : "Briu,* and merited success She has 'tl'av- of the, cnr at M.idleon for Dinner, going from :.( J
and her daughter or daughters a$ und contlntf thin wny.. CooiliiniiiK;,
those d-d Yankee soldiers
eled considerably, having visited! A line of Bfyron bctwoon Qnincv, liitnhrldco .
the case may be. Again, the missionaries and hang them higher than Hamar and Albany,and. between Montiuullo and. Tliuninrivlllu. SHEET ".
from there to the old Germany, France: England l, America, will connect with tho tr.ilni. IRON
countries was over hung, and send them all I Italy and the East. :She:> was reciev- E. IlOU9TOU>r,
urge the emigratinn, especially: to li-1, where they ought to have ed in the United States in 1830-1 Jan.1", 1800-If Trciildent. AlR.TlliiiT,
that of the females; and many women
have, when they had not snffi been long foul ago.1IThis effusion manufactured with a great deal of enthusiasm, and Hodgkiss, Scott & Co., BOX, AND

was has ever since numbered her American ,.....
cient means to emigrate with their by some bnse hireling /for "_
whole family, emigrated with their purely political purposes. Whileits

daughters, and left their husbandsand Lligl ting effects were being ands. novels. tales domesticlife NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. All\! ttintni din, a neat and durable wan

the rest of the family to follow wrought the public mind at her are of Thoi. IT. Kod\ klin, late of llumbelton Brothorn. ner. IheJ can bftkliijiped' lo any ]gait of
upon nod have been well BnltlmorB.. the
generally received country with peifpcl safrh &TOYKPlTfcS
them the next year, or as soon afteras tho North, this same Lieut. Wm G. W. Scott,of firm of G. \\*. Scott Co.,Talla. and ELBOW'S ,
l in Mostof hand'
especially Europe. haae. ... con-.lnr.tly on
they can procure means. In II. Evans, was on the game day,- her tales, together with the two D. II. Poole, of firm of Poole & Babbitt, Bain- Out-dnur tOl-l'in Hoofing, Gutlei-',
many instances when the man gets January 19th-giving his testimony bt l lfQ, Oa. ing dmvn! Pipes, OuiRmental 1U W: ,
there he finds out that his wife is before the Military Court charged or three books of travels which she W. O. Poolo, Fla., of firm.tlf O. W. Scott 4 Co., Tel.Inltttasee Heads, Slieel Zinfc, Slieia' Lead. a"vB
has at various times published, have SliOp woik ill' de.sciiDtiotf
married to another man, and should every ?
with of
the trial Gen. Mercer. "
into done idiot, ,.
been rendered admirable English on noli6t i
lie be so fortunate as to get there We append the precise words of his: of Miss\ Special attention given to the rale !of nil kind of .I' .
Bretner's dearest
by one ..
with his wife he ]has .
to keep one evidence
eye N oi.1on.
friends ,
Mary Ilowitt. Ilcr earliest ,' .
open all the time, or ho will lose her, "Q. Did the accused '
you and to the and of '
novels still purchase
are the most popular ablpmunt 'WOODEN '
if she has the WARE
especially appearanceof General Mercer that ?
( ) on night '
onc8-"The President's Daughter"and Household and Plantation Goods WILLOW WARE,
being a smart woman for I can ,
; "A. I did. I saw him out on "The TOTS; \
assure you that they are a set of sid) the lines, in company> with other Miss. Bremer died at Stockholm Wares, Implements, I, CHRISTMAS] 1'RtRENTS: 1
men with one log,in the and Of description linnri.!
officers. every
grave J on Call ni>rl
the other out, crawling round after "Q. What did.he have to do witb wher4 she was born, living for the MACHINERY, &C. examine befnie jmi chasing elxewheie., *"..
past few years in peaceful and con r Nov 7. 18K5Cm *' .
and should
women' they see one the death of those men ? _

that they think they would like, they "A. lIe had nothing to do with tented retirement..-Macon Telegraph REFERENCES : \ SOUTH *] EXl'ttllTA'KD (
M,hu. Currier Ic Co., New York
will tell the that her -
poor' woman tehir execution, :Jto my knowledge."Q husband can't save her and persuade Did hear General Mercer NAPOLEON'S NEW YEAR'S SPEECH: Brjant Crnnra, Mnnigomery, Ala. u
her to a man higher in the you -A telegram from Paris to the A. n nd, Macon, Ga.E. .1 COrJBPA Jr:. -c
get priesthood : givo any order to try or shoot Bond, Mic'tn, Ga.lna. .
than her husband, and these those ? London Press "ays : Wbltflold, Demnpolls, Ala.Wm. "
men frealdont Bank of Florida, 'I
old cripples often succeed in getting "A. I did not hear it niysolf. At the reception of, the Diplomatic Tkllnli\ Aen.IHily v THIS COMPANY: l le now ol'lIanlzed'and wo'

]her away, and the poor man can't Body by the Emperor, the Td, ,.. E. ITambeHoii, Pres. Md. Flro In.. Corn prepared lo make HLeriil.l nchanton un,_.
"Q. Was' he when Biltiinore.:
help himself.. It is the order of the shot ? present Papal Nuncio expressed the compliments panv Oct. 24-tf Cotton and other Produce: ,

kingdom of their God. were of his colleagues to his Majesty ,
"A. I could not 1
"I have told you how they marry.I "Q. Have told- all knowof The Emperor replied as ful.lows consumed| to our Agent In T.l\'eriiool.' The pre: .
you you this ent \8108 of Cotton In Iheipnoil I. from CO lo 54
"Every at
will tell how : year, period,
now you sonje? of them this matter ? MEUCIIAXT! TAILORS euni-Hporm" and f"rlnod TTplniid Comm nod from
lire. I will speak of those in the "A.: Yes." we make a retrospect of the past, 80 to$1.32 cents for good lung Cotton lit Gold.'e .-,.
\\ will ndvnnco oiip.half \uluo In Gold
and look towards the future and or lu
neighborhood I lived. Three of TALLAHASSEE i burr
FLORIDA eqntviilent
my Such injustice is made more ucy. ;' v
apparent i .
nearest neighbors we shall be happy if we can, as at We solicit orders for good from the Merchants .
weep polygamists in this case, as an honorable CONSTANTLY ON IIAIVD end, PlMiilerc. The trlctfxt AttentIon raid lo the
-one an old man who had no children present, congratulate ourselves up- KEEP smallest orders for good from Cngliind, Fiance
man is made to suffer the loss tale a !large and varied awgrtmunt of and German '......, ,
he lived fair.''i with his on having avoided dangers, removed KIC'UARD %
; pretty of a previously unimpeachable character F FLOYD, President,.
woman. The other two lived like in the minds of the Northern apprehensions!, aud strengthened GENTLEM CLOTHING! J ckBoii\llle, Florida,
E. T. PIISI, Agent, Liverpool, Knglnnd.:
the bonds which unite nations
devils; they used to fight and call The J. 'I' BKRNIBD, Agent, TBllnbamt'e, Fla. "
each other filthy names. If the man arises people., did Lieut.question Evans really naturally makeue and kings, and happy, above all, if :" ALSO, Nov. 16-8m_. ,; .,".,

has means enough he gets a house of the remark attributed to him? the experience of accomplishedevents Cloths Saddle, Harness and Carriage' .

for each of his women, if not they all I 'Vesay.not and assert belief enables us to augur a long '

live together. ,* '* 'to be that it manufactured our day of peace and prosperity for the Cassimcrcs ESTABLISHMENT I_ .of';/.
was only t
world. The in conclusion ....
One woman that J'e.
we "
young were acquainted for* the purp9se? of, meanly "firing,
with went and listened one the Northern heart" to the thanked the Diplomatic Body .'
injuryof for their good wishes and Vestings! have jiikt received a large assort' .
congrat- I
at the
night window of tho other a pow rles and vanquished adversary Went fit Good,coiiElHlii, gof .fi *

wife of her husband, and Heard something !- nbridge Chart and ulations.A .
Neck Tics, lontlempn's and Ladle1 Saddlm,
she did 'like. She
that not
upwlthber Compass. Flue Doable and Single nllr' ", ,
fist and broke almost,every golden rule for a young lady, Bridles, Collan. and Whlri, ,;
Saddle! Cliitln.Shoe .
pane of glass in the frame, and for "Death's door" is an uncomfortablyone 'is to converse always with your' female Suspenders Findings of evtry description .
the panes she broke her friends as if a gentleman were* Leather of all kinds, ,
wages were to be at. ; debt's good deal l more Trnvellinfr Satchel and Trunk .* .
several of Jier teeth knocked out.-' 1101.{ ?v of the party; and with a young Gentlemen's hose &c., Saddle!! and harness Hardware, 'in i

Oh, Zion, when I?thinK of thee 1 A man as if your female friends were Carriage Trimmings! 'c
Brain without pluck is as'valuelgssas I jQontlomeu'i garments out and lI\.delo flub.jm Wngon and Buggy Huhi, t'
sister of one of the, apostles has no present. I able style and superior manner. Buggy! Shaft, fipnkei and Klmi, ?.
less' than fourhusbands, ,and 'af liv pluck without\ brain. % 'i J"""J '" MlHil i ***""""? I !-f Store next.to T, B.'Tatum's. Buggy Ailini:: and Spring., >. ,x'"- ,r. .
; Ootnl .r 24-tf t
ing. Women: there, jf they don't Mr. Quilp gives as*specimen's' of Thf Tribune's :Washington special CARRIAGES AND BVtGm; '

like their husbands, go to' Brother plain, washing, homel/girls WIth clean say's { PO order, Monday offices next are to fifty be-five opened newnoneV '. W H WHINER, of every dwrrtpllon, erI.Machle. :;. :;:rt;:; :,
and ho
Brigham, gives thein a bill of faces i .
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divorce,. for which he charges! ten neluding1 Charleston' Sa- : Work rn.ddlo. order and Ttpurtng "ton with' t

dollars,' which.} her late husband has The widow Cliequot:-lthe of the vannahjlitobile; many other imlortant 0' ':tADIIION, FLORIDA. Aunt for Whe' '1er'& Wtlsos's sad IIowe." .

to p ylnd calls thnt, his packet champaigns-is 87 years of age and p places! in the. Sohtb and in WILL WAOTICS' IK THE OOUKT5 i OF. SEWINt3It1Ail1INES.. .. . .. 'PT.ilsbeese -
money. worth eight millions of dollar the Territories. ** Middle Circuit.We \ 'I..tlet. Rt 1. PViDT.' .
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