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 8, 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
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE; THURSDAY, FEB.. Sr, '1866'() :' : ,NOi 44.-

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ri JVCthl tn1iud flowed' 'frely-. over the recollectionsof Speech, of BenJ. ,F.,Butler at I no Senator here should concoct treason says : ;', : ,
"auld lang'syne.. Our pilot Washington., and t carry it out. Then) there will: The tract they hare selected Ifes'

ti l'17Dj.tSIlKO: EVERYTuesdayThursdayand (Mr. J. McBaker) came'. on board, :Butler :addressed a meeting in be a time to paqstJ and say what cano not far 'from 'iVraraquara','and ''in-f

and on the evening of Jan. ,8th we other done'next, but "up to'that!, time_ he eludes, a" beautiful and convenientsite
Saturday: started down, 'the river for Pass, a :Vathiiigton Tuesday Among } saw no opportunity' to stop. 'for town', between two small
1'Outre.< ; The wind and weather things, he said : I |
w. '
At Tallahassee, Fin., rivers about; 2,400 yards apart, and
being'too unfavorable to venture, would be Texas News.
fHe '
thought'.it only justice above 8,000,000 acres, 'lying on'
TERMS : we were most, fortunate in, findiug'anew that bounties should be equalized, The San Antonio .llerald. .of the both sides of tho Jaliu and extending >
Pass, stylwl. "Dick Cubit'sJump but, as much ashu felt tho, justice of 3d in st., 'says : to the Tieto. ,It can readily be
Six! dollnrs lpr.nm : Noun ," some 30 miles above,the the claim, he would pause before Our a'warlike into
. Dnlliirs: fur !Six: Iffontlis, in long city wore appearance brought railway communication -
'I Ailvincc.: Siam le Cojijcs 1O mouth of the river, and procured ho would vote to appropriate a : last, Sunday evening, occasioned with the S. Paulo' Railway,
Cents. the services{ the veritable'Dick"himself sum necessary for that purpose. lie by the mutiny of, the and has the.further advantage of }
-- to point ,out the shoal \va.tel' suggested that the public lands of Third Michigan Cavalry, and the having adjoining it an immense
I SATES OF ADVERTISING, '&o. We passed through Bay the United States: should be 'itppio- marching and galloping to the extent of fine unoccupied Govern-

J Ji To bo paid for inA..< ,'nneo. Ron e, Oyster Bay and Gran'deBay priated for all such 'pnrposes. 'l'he scene of action by other commandsto ment land into which a'developing

One iiqmiri(12 onl'.rol1l1nro,) or 1 lens, for tlio and partingwith Cubit atTay- soldier: \' had fought the battles of arrest them. The merits of the settlement can spread itself. :

tic.tinsertlon--................... .---.j 00 lor's Gap, on tho eveningof the 11th his country had right to, th m- case, so far as we can l learn, are, We also. extract, the following
Inch, Hiiliiuqntmt Incuillon ............... "3 cast anchor, ann 'waited for clay- By this. means this government: that the regiment refused to allow paragraph : "
Kntuto Mid Legit Notice to be clmrgwltlm (I light.' On the'12th int., :, we "weighed would bo made rich instead! ; of poor a'certain number of their men to S. PAULO OFFERS ToE IGn NTS.Sr. .-

t ei no, nn transient luUertUcnK'iitii,* anchor and passed in the course er. If itt tls found that there, was be arrested and, when the arrest Manoel Pereira. Cas iano of

l, uxi-npt",X for illco which of Dlmnlfwlun tlm charge' im shall.AilmluUtnitur l h e29- 00 of the day "Isle a\i' Breton,";Freemason's : not land enough,' we should begin at was attempted: be'made by force, :Franca offers to give 1,200; to, 1,500

Oliltuiry Xottopii amt TrlbiUu of Hnnpuctthur Keys, Cat Island and Ship, Arlington and go southward. No they all rushed to arms, when the acres of timber and prairie to fifty r
1; ,(ud ai nI\rll.om"'lto! Island and' came to anchor, same one had! better right tot than lie resHng- party desisted., The workmen who will establish a'cloth

night oiF 'I'ascagoula Pier.- 'Next \\liohasrcscuecl.it from the hands whole regiment was thus placed in mill'; and to cede 6,000 of like 1

i THE SENTINEL day, i after taking OIl Isome'pine of the enemy. ; than he whose comrades rebellious attitude, and other regiments grounds to emigrants who will set-

b I f J. Iho Oil'}' paper In Ftnrlda! Ih"t I. )'nhllohedI I wood, we proceeded on our way and lie buried in it', and'whose blood Were called in to crush tle thereon and give the fourth of
!I I"o Urnos R w'ok,nrtd Iherofor,'niTIII., 'II.',"10. going through Grant's Pass, thence'tlrt'oss has enriched its soil. He can claim them, but, it was apparent that the )4eld of the, cultivated grounds,
... 'rl"or. the rUIIII..1 of oUlnl"t,, Iho k.. Mobile Bay to'Po Morgan, it than 'would
: mo"o by a higher title ho ,who has blood be, shed, if force'was or whatever may be conventioned. % ,
test naw hr tolo'lrllp! and 111.1:." nod flat 1'0. dropped anchor at noon in'Navy forfeited treason and '
it resorted dark
by rebellion.: to, so about the coercing Coffeeand, tobacco are thel main 1
puma, ef Ihn0'".Yorlt and\ nllthrrll M'II'Iol.. Cove Hete.we weie detained nine lie did not contend f for<: harsh measures (party withdrew.\ Gen.' Thompson articles cultivated but the soil will,
It will I nl" give full ropnt! s "t the 1'orl'ollI1oIt : [
(ho rnl.I"IIII'O; Tho lioolllll'l!la f""III.ho\ days Vailing for suitable wouther' except where it. wiis necessary.The made a"'speech to tne.regiment, produce cotton, articles of food, etc.,
j lIlLuocrltJll'' nl Site \ to f po; out, but ineffectually ; ,. fi1lOulJ have the finite of the war.-" them disarmed, which was l duly words. The situation of the lands
tho hoa roiling too high, compelling\ To our iibsnil nnts we give all that carried into effect, and the arms of is about. 37 miles from'Franca. and
I us to put back.. On (Sunday morn they take. Soldiers had a right to the:regiment arI3 now' deposited in 50 from Uberaba, :along the roadto
I T>) connexion with'Ihe !'Sentinel, wo Ipi'o" ; a nil-' the :21st iust. made fourth ..
ing : wo a make the demand for security, to the arsenal. Minas, Goyas, and Matta Grosse,
| "rl..r tnt I varied ncanrlnu'nt of new Jobbing)
Mitrilil, pad'! nro pippirud to ctoc'ilo p\ery ili 1 endeavor and succeeding! in round the country for which they lave Another National Bank has been and on the banks of the Rio'd
Bcrlptiiw of work \111 that Him with sit'''ln08. and' ing'tho stormy Mobile Point t-jn fought If(this land was settled by organized at Galveston ; 'stock Grande near the bridge of Jagua-
V liMintpli" ,. Alin nn hand a Hoc ilium' 'tmi'iit, of to PensacoLi wharf by 8 o'clock the buldiefs, who won it-the armies $100,000. No one allowed to take ra. b
Ink, fur printing, In adorn' O:',di-m lij null or same night. Thence next 'day of the United State-there would more than thirty shares $3,000: Sr. :Francisco Alves de Silva of

(''Cl'r| ,'', will ruwlrn. prompt Httontlnu.. Onrprl-stock through :Santa: llos.i's, tound to be no difficulty about tlie, readtnit- From; the Houston Daily Telegraph Kiririca, offers, four head'of cattle
C'M ore :14 I"n. the \r.oot high cost of
rn iturl.iU, t 11 for iiiul living will admit <,f; ami' anli Chuctu\i"hatchio Bay, where we' were tanco of the Southern States to the of the :3d inst., we'take the and oflier matters, besides promising -
.dn,7Ilto I"loretsotl ritos which rule l In arbor again detained for live days fty adverse Union. Nor did he think any injus- following items : aid, where necessary, to such
llni'H of lnitucifl.Fioiu winds, making the crossing of tice would bo clone. The South put Many idlo:freedinen in this city Americans as go to examine that
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H ---- --r-------- --- --- everything in the ,balance. They rushed to the'office of th Commissioner district. ,He says'there are lime-

the Columbus! (Ca)) Sun!, Jan. :31.B ) us. When at.length on the ,,afternoon played for empire, and lost, and of theFre dlnen's Bureau in stone, lead and other metals, and
Olilound of Thursday! the 26th instye ", clotild! not, object when the stakes crowds yesterday; and 'made contracts : that the 'sod produces abundantly
> uvn Hit 191i. sis ij>-
pi. Acroev' the 41. IU' and L'p \) did. attempt it, we got' into some'huge \were called fur: If, they had I won; with planters to wr'rk'on of 'tobacco; cane; maize, rice, et$.,

the Ciiatlaliooelace.3lessrs. 'breakers. ,' which threatened the}' would have asked the J last dol ,.their.plantations. They were gladto besides an herbaceous: cotton,

Editors : Having; just aI'rive at one tinte to dapsize or swallow' lar. 'It is but fair that when \\'c con return to the country, and made whose bush he has four years old in

<1 lat, Columbus from Pittsburgh, us,up but pur staunch' little, craft 'qiicr not 'only their rights; and win promises to stay' there and 'work his orchard.:' ,

on tlio new stoamur "Bdrnett" and rode th's "like' a thing of life their lands," that 3>e.should conquer faithfully; And this : t
knowing that uu account of l U he trip and in the face of rough seas and their; prejudices too.; Urge on' Coin White: labor is in groat demandin ;Experienced Southern ,planters

would iuterest many of your readers heavy sells made St. Joseph's'Bay; grew that they (!o justice. If they this city.< Men, women,. boys have now made sufficient exploration -

I have concluded to' write a sixty miles' distant, 'in some seven object, point them southward and and, girls can obtain employmentat of the Southern half of Brazil

short oile. After linking' up my. (hours. We ran out of St. Joseph'snoxt say,' there is patrimony which we better wages than those paid to to satisfy them of the great capac-

mind' to travel to Georgia by,water; morning, but the sea i increasing won ; give us 'that \\'hich'wo fought negroes.( Some of our citizens are ity of its soil. They have also 'become -
1 accompanied Ctpt.; Fry to visit his obliged 'us to"turn back," after ,lor.. willing to pay double the a'mouitt'of cognizant of
steamer theu witlua a few\ 'd< ys of ,going five miles' .:! Here we .wasted The speaker gave a sketch of Gen. wages to,whites,than those. paid ,ttf peculiarities, of, its climate give! the

pompletiou.: We found her lying t'.vonty four hours, for the' sea to R. E.'Leewho;, was found fighting'in blades!;: and many former: slavehol- planter great' advantages in the

ut AlU-ghany landing, within con- abate ; and on Saturday, the 7th, the ranks of the enemy) dm mg a long dors hmavo discarded the use of,black cultivation of cotton; sugar tobacco -
started out again at G 'a': ui. Hounded labor. Some of the hotels in this and other staples of the Southern
vouieut distanco ot the i inncliino and bloody war,,.who! saw the officcis
Cape St. Bias, in a rough," chop- city nd''other' towns are' discharging States, without speaking, .of the
wurks, carpenters'' shop, &d., of his country starving !and suffering, .
The i ice was moving down the"&C'-'I p0'1-up seal! dt 8; crossed ,outer bar and when his word was omnipotentnever their black servants, ,' cis ''fast as great staple of Brazil-: coffee., In

ghany river in large'(:akes at .10 and tiad up at Apalachicola spoke, in 'their favor, who made they can find white, Ones: ,to fill fact/ were it not 10r' these advantages
wharf at'1 m. their'places.' : The Rusk House of climate Brazilian planters
must entirely covered its surface every attempt to make' successful a
while closer to tho shore it.' 'wos :All ,lands were thankful and do, rebellion which was ,odious that this, city has now only thrco-! -Colorodservants could not compete 'with'; other

1. ,. formed' compactly and held the"Barnett" 1 lighted to have escaped the many the soldierjs said to have ,gone intoit 'about ;the' premises, :and countries more'advanced in the application -
danger that seemed to threaten CoL Love informs that 'of of and in the
us many mn'ehinery
fast in its:' freezing embrace with tears, and carried on the war _
tieru out on the Gulf, and became: his former colored serve,its stole use, of implements of husbandry in
; nevortholess the blacksmith, when it was known to ,bo hop icbs. "
loud and;eager in their praises of enough theabor'of the culture of their land. A large
He is teacher thc provisions pay ,
uuLiiinist of
: carpenter: painter, &c.:, now a youth of
the "Barnett, the waY'she behaved their two white"men.. 1'he'eule! is immigration of Southerners is ex:
their avocations with the duty to tho :
plied &busily, country flag "
and the skilful manner i in which'the : true in ninny private families.-' : If petted from the United States.
fur caps Bulled) over their eats and If this is to lie so, then the blood of p .
Pilot and carried us ,
. ou.When in few Captain. the soldiers 'his in honest and industrious' white servants .o.. "
thick gloves a< ILCII spilled vain. '
days afterwards] the boat"was readyto through. Gen. Lee, by'hi ,resignation and acceptance '- will emigrat6 to 'Texas, we Tha' Oldsst Printer ins the
leave, the ice' had somewhat di.miuisho A THROUGH' I'VSSLMIEK.:: of tho position of coin inan- will guarantee: them to obtain profitable South. '

Still she ploughed her Columbus, Ga., Jan.-30, 1,8G. i., der-in-chief of the rebel forces Virginia ,emtiluytaentVo.hope,they 'Somo .tiraq '6i'ne. the
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way'for' many wiles through drift Gr.f.; LEG: DOES NOT ASK J'OIl'PAn- \ before the ratification of tho will.como.r : .' from of our
following paragraph : one
ice in the Ohio. orhnance'forced the' State out of the
'DON.-Th New
)Ve'toolu large ''barge in tow atPittbbiirgii the Picayune York.correspondentof says : Univ", ant( now there: is not strength I Brazil.!...American. : Emigrants"! exchange,papers",' .

la eu' ,with ,:3,000'kejs: ;: ; "Tho" statement which went the enough in the constitutional power We have received from G ,n. W. I "The eldest printer in the South .

of nails and 1,000 kegs of machine rounds a few months sinco to the of the government: .to bring him'to I W.: WVo'od; the AnglorBrazilian is said by the Crockett (Texas) Quid\ i

made horse shorn: and landed it bafdly effect that General Lee had filed an trial, and ascertain ;whether treasonis Times of the 2d of December; It None, to be'no\vt, residing' near chat

.1 at ()i lCitlllu d. At this place'a ld application for "pardon," is now denied 'to' l b: punished:: or' .'not.: Ho is published{ 'at. Rim d9 'Janeiro' by place: His name is W. V. Tunstall! ,
at Louisville, Ky., '\ve took ou board on the authority of tho pardon would like to see that military offense Wm. Scully. We find in it the and ho will soon bo .cighty-years old.

large quantity of flour, bacon, and bureau. Theie is no such application tried in order that, it be understood two\ reports from Gen. Wood,: who jOver: fifty-fivejears goo he established '

miscellaneous groceries and, merchandise for jArJou: on file, nor has there hereafter that it is death to desert ''is represented tlS 'the agent of anexpected' the Tennessee. Gazette' ; at*"'Nash,

for the merchants of your been. Ueo. Lee took the amnesty one's fla'p; and take service in the' I colony ; ono' is ,to'.the ville. ;'.

.city, aud Laviug but little to detain oath: just previous to entering upon ranks the enemy. Jefferson Daviswhom Prestdont of the Prpvinco of San The.. Lebanon. Register;;says.this
us', made the trjp} to New Orleansin tho,discharge of his duties: as President ,i he also spoke of at lon;th, Paulo, detailing\ : : the' result. of*his statement is ineorrcct/and, adds::
nine days. of Washington College, and had quitted tho halls of .Congress to explorations the interior"i6f hid :
On the Mississippi wo. 'raado ft' this is all .that ho has done in the take the' Presidency of tho Jonfud-! province, The .other' is'"to" the "The oldest, printer; l in the Southis
run of soven hundred: miUs with of securing oblivion for etllto'Stute8. lie had soon"prisoners Minister'of Agriculture: These Vo Mr..'Wm. L. Barry,who is now en-
way I an'ed'as' in this "office.Mi
Tho and murdered, which could! describe'.tit thehig tost a compositor ; .
out etoppiug ,'pilots informed offenses. Privately the General l hM l Starved I reports J : '
me a like feat, even on the "fatherof written, to a friend that ho is not not have been done unless ho terms ,the'great capacities of that Barry cothi#' his business
wateis," had never come, within aware, of having done anything during ed it; and also the horrors of A Wlblt'j province for cultivation of all in: 170S, and has been engaged'at it
their knowledge. tho memorable that aro sonville. Whether ho had any complicity I kinds 'agricultural '}JrOdll tions. over since-sixty-seven; ;'-years! He
While at New Orleans! I met my of which his conscience years has in the murder,,'of > the President Gen. Wool, !arid.a! Dr. Gaston, and informs us that the" Mr. Tunstall al-
,old friends Messrs. Shannon and risen up to accuse him." no,ono knows He would desire the Rev, Mr;, Dunn, representingoilier Juded to abo\-e,'was an apprentice inth'o

Lewis, formerly of Qplumbus,' and r**_al.' to see this crirao"of a civil, mag' companies! had an interview same, printing office' in, which be
' now extensively engaged in the The colored populationof the city istrato levyingvar against, the with the Emperor, on the' 28th of (Mr. B.) was a 'jour. : ,Mr.. Barry is

wholes ila grocery trade; it is hardJy of Washington numbers 23,000, .ac United States unt only made odiousi,] Nnvem ber'w ho.,.received[ them. in now in his cigbty-sixth 'war.-Nashvil'e J t;' -'

necessary to'add that champagne cording. to A census just taken.: : .v' but punished upon. :the gallows, thai thekindest- manner.' The. Time .. Dispatch' '. r h;!rt
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'I'lieVt: )' to Win Them Rack" t ''.v f ICorjrenpondrnco' of the Florid! *.B;; iTJJJ j I Anodic:; FialschOAd I -- copilot Hit; r- a

d. Vtt1tI $t1tfiitt : and fits Author : \ I correspondent of the ,
The United States Marshal for1 "the :4 FROM FERNANDINA.1, 'l'' J '
; \ r. /Gen. CLANTOS:; B. FI!K, ( writes\ on the lSth :

Western District of ,Missouri, gives pub FimsANDi, FLA., Feb. 1st, 1800.] lie; FI' edmens' Bureau' for : / yesicidny, Ito fro the
TATJT.. ASSKIC : lic I notice that proceedings have been instituted -
oj EDITORS OF TIIE BNTISBI. :. ItMsJ"8'about Tennessee art,l North Alabama the Republican Sena
THUHSDAY FEBRUARY 8 for'the confiscation of .Ihe'l'op- Stales '.
: I860. Noithein were
since (
ten Cincinnati some
eity 'of, General! STERLING pRiciS and years Speech mode proposed by Sena r
Then there was not, a private; which used Lhe following
place he ;
Ky. to throw North
Agents for the Florida Sentinel some fifty other officero end men of theContedertt.Army ,
dwelling, and )Jone small, hastily, con, Only the day before the emigration of ;Iegroe front
D. ll WILSON at Quincyi'1Mr. i : and that the writs in ,j '
Mr. ,
strutted \Wei. There was some talk bra i iiS'gtou) thirteen discharged the debate on Mr. Ti'urn- 'j
THOMAS JPSKISS, at Madl on.. these cases have been made returnable at in of the I
; diet's stood in the streets, enlarge the 'powers) I
Messis. DREW &. OAKLEY at Jackson contemplated l town, :with a : .
the next term of the Unit ed States Court tet' Hemy. CIIl "'1I Monument, with Bureau, Mr Davis moved an
ville.Col.\ it with: the Interior and 1 to rui i ;
ies la'ceinlpd, their backs( \ the effect of which would be
dislilc thebth'dayof '
for the t
/'P. J. TAYLOR, at\sFernamina.Maj. beginning' on nate,at 4 Cedar Key;, on the Gulf, which, the cruel! ']lIsh; their bends Southern Stales to do this,

F. C. BARRE: at Gainesville.Mr. March' next. The gentlemen; ,whose' like the toted, v.as, to' be 'built iu the fit.I. I scalp, and on'or two;: of them I it was no more than fair for .
C. E. JOBSSOH, at Montteello.Mr. property has been seized for confiscation, ; I put out and what for, do States lo bear the sauna bur-
stroke" eill er having eyes ?
W.'L. STROM at Cetitreville. lure-not a upon
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are unions! the wealthiest and most influential pose 1 1 Simply fognin to '
then been made. The whole scheme was, masters and! 'a ldllg t'o4 their of Delaware in speak
citizens of Central. and Western ; ) ,
}' :Hon. WIIK. ,CALL? United,Stales not unfrequently ', characterized as visionary ; ;- ,c'lildipn: I II bill, said he could not

Senator elect from Floi'Ida, left this cityfor :Missouri. They, or their' fathers, were, anc1 impracticable; ; and ;manyproplie- am licicto' protect: just that I I.P would vole forthe

Washington by:'the. Eastern train< on lu most instance, the original settlers ciesof.failuieweio expressed1. F vejer-is: those f i om the cruelt3' and btu ) because be thought it pet-
upon the very' lands' w'l ch\are now "libelled" ( the ;'blue f/; nWiPsiun,41" and du that lie negioes of the
yesterday; is
y 'morning\ Senator' MAn I X, after, I rode'ujon, that, vet'yratlroad; then'completed I will seB men who have bi, en '. have the light:;: to select a 1 <'
it is to
confiscation! and
In New ,York city, andi I It Is understoood f'r ; and<< enteied one of' the piett three \ eiMwiih myself .'" thoseI ho claimed to bo

drat be will there await the final action of their labors and intelligence! and to that tiest little cities i in time whole; Country: ; bntch l'e\l1' No: not !by. ; liiends. This created .

the Senate u'pon' his claim to his seat in of their 'friends and kinsmen< 'pro&pellly\of that' Of Missouiiis is waster for asking anti trying; s troth New Ems land end
,that body. part" a short time before;; as 'an, uncultivated children, bock in Kpuiiic'ky, to their feet with alnc- ..
...... mainly ow'ing". ,The New York Daily
"-r old field, ]had been, as by magic, transferred [ ; her Lpgista.tuie will, not do jll nuainst a mensuie lliut '

GEN. NEWTON,-The steamer "Orient," A'ctu, commenting 'oti the above facts, into a.' beautiful, thmiiic, city, of uegio.i! ".. among them several

which arrived at Savannah on the 2d, re- says truly, that the 'confiscatiou-of; :the about, two thousand Inhabitant, with >To, \all of,\\'liich the ': nlld neuroes, ondI hich'

ported that the,U. S. steamer ''St. Mar '8," lands of such poisons 'cannot' fail to excite quite numbct. of stoics and business hiakeshe! () following! conclusive lands.them to Mr.furiiKh Ddl'iM'S those amend III''

from Jacksonville, bound lo Charleston' the bitterest, feelings! in the hearts, houses, 'many !large, comfortable. and l, The above is an esliact from (' down, and theutlie.se
half ashore bow' not 'of those \\hoj9ball dirt suffer rt.hvE'lerby' \ Gen FiikJ.iii; ,
was aground- wny on ; ctly st 'lish' lesldences, and a considerable ( bcuators tallied moio.
at the South end of tho Devil's Elbow in from this'maygnnllt peisecutionbut; of lliuisdiiv 1a.t.nn(1 lepoited
) prinkj) 1i of neat, any and tastydotta- cinnnli Comtncicial, of the 19th t
St. Augustine Creek.' The Orient1' took all those who ore I allied to them by -
made ale' clpa'1'',
ges, nestling:: cosily in ]lovi-ly groves of stnteiiietils / (! Dernand.
off her Gen. NEWTON, Staff and family. iendbhip or sympathy,'and indeed,' of evetgreens behind pretty ]little! gardens, unequivocal; a'-|:o )If'\SOIIl', tilde! '
i nho calculated such ( of Mississippi'\ has '
1. -- everyone hates injustice and op, and well by,
MAIL'FAILURES fhe mail failures, ir- piession. I of roses, jessamines and olh r sweet-hinel- to obla.ii ciedeiK-n I ,, especially for cotton on someof
.Iio'g blossoms. lire had gntheied many peopleof the North 'Yet (' ,
? of that State under novel
regulaVities and unaccountable. "
delays are and, mint' I Is'an I ; ( /
most leipiising ttninitigttted
of lhe enoigetic, o ,
No Eastern mail has beeu received here t Uutlcr's !!iIU ech. lidxe'\ made inquiries of hot h< It appears' that in the
intelligent; gentlemen of the Slate, and us ,
since Monday, although the railroad trains We publish a synopsis/ the Speech of while,' to juscei tain Ir there' Wl: > the Slate Gov-
refined and cultivated, society, ptesuled groin of. truth (IF! which, tins M advances to platters who
have run regularly on time. Our latest the late Gen. BENJ. F. BUTLER afew: '
over by) some of the; loveliest of that gentle mal cious Cl'11 111 flY could have
] in
cotton "alter the
Savannah date is Febuary 2d, and Macon days since at Washington, clamoring for estee-n. Xulone u.Ti known; to black 01 )pay
which and Iso
Highly ,
the 3d. The repeated mail failures are a the blood of DAVIS nnd LEE... It is' one of sex 1 I you v --,-'- --. raised ;j" and the Governor,

'constant subject of complaint and a great the curl slLies of the dny, and every,wo; ,Never, in the history of, Southein cities, f'rict's'Co111ia1-,' Do : lo the letter oj time agrre- yc f

"annoyance as well as a positive injury to worthy of the source flora which it ema: "'hn'd there been known !a' ) liiinir! like bind so The Neiv YOlk c/ll'.'e : I the pat lies indebted to pay,

dl', 4 the buslne'ss'por'tion of the community. rated. lie ,!is known no'Y'os' "the ,date idpid and substantial and a wealtlt growth';E'Pl1Ied a \11 ill sl a' Constitutionalist! : writes. AVwt remark thereon

'it is useless. to inquire where the'fault is ; Gen. Butler; his military career ]having 'flood of prosperity We are now having I IIII" l :' )? of the) (Go\enior" "le-

but it is confidently'expected that when ended suddenly and 'simultaneously' with about to set in upon and, reward 11 tit' : industry trade that I .have ever wit 1Jl'- peimuis lo \\tioin ud\,ance-i.
and sound judgment which lied in, the oununei of 1801() when u m ', under nn act of the L,....
the Gulf Railroad, is completed to Thom- the appearance'of'General hlA, T'8'om.. i/inii tlip-issnance
hilvitH stood in of Times
and controlled the pnteipiise.: bei; ten tic tliPS ; '
.nsville, as it'w'ilI begin the course of three r cial report to the!, War,Department: ; of the diiected ipst pin t ;Peat 1 stu-Pt cvllhi tic advances on cotton, to de. \
weeks the But u cruel fate was resemved for" rerrmnclina vehicle; in motion \ ]liMding of bales: of c"Uori
or. four the Eastern mail will be ex- I military operations of year 1865.- upon
Clouds nnd dam kn ss must obscure of clot hio, informs have received nu ndinncp
: tuier" : us ,
pedited a couple, of days ot ]least aDd BUTLER is said to be, writing'a book'feviewing -
her pathway-the desolations of war, it quite i idle: for time lust time in (' create some nil among mho
,pill! become reliable] as in former times. QUANT'S' conduct'of the wnr'auddemonstrating J'lie, iptail dealers are Ufii.1' e have alreaily expressed\
hers and to Mifftfiv! ; We '
to experience
: was
-- that GRANT i a no Genetnl 4 acid] they aie endeavoring to : iu our judgment! there is no

Business on the Clinttaliooclicc The hero, of Dutch .Gap'must, ;' be,'about. would believe, however, tint tlcsogue\-!; I hu'JJt'-i by .mashnig Jo tvII pi at 01 coiisliuitiunnl obli
River. when'he- ous adlictious are but lo last for' a time- I me now in some iiiliclns I,el'. |pal t ol Um people to seulc ,
; "plo 'ed out, tells a Washington '
tinii'S. I'lliesw retail '/ ; any other Business is unusua'ly on the that* they ore now passing: away The "
lively audience that : ii teach \
"if Gen. Zee allowed to 'or
: the] that 1 lair! fur !! money niiseil 1tu
Chattahoochee river; there now stai' of her destiny is again soon to,bo in
being "
Hood soldier LcM
school, the of the has slid golden egg. Their estui'lion we have seen ho
nearly a'dozen steamers plying l bflween in vain; !," Verily, this lathe 'day ofMiial the ascendant. There ill soon be a reflux past"six moi,:ths has been I : le our ue.vs o''I i lice aul-
Chatlahoochee in and E I Fin alUliPi. bonnet that I le'very ipmaikabli fur
Appalachicola, Enfaula things piospeiity's tide ; as ( : cost \
... hits, they Lave chat' uet fif, v, Lu lequi'/t siuci CUIlIII:!-
and Columbus. ,Since June last, almost -. eel iol' is the motto! of', her-people, ,Rescued
that cost oily 100,000 bales of cotton have been received -, ,The. Southern TI'ude. success will sounTiPwnid' their en- n bundled, and su I on. Unit /F'A: of ilievpiv coitun pledged

at Appalachicola, most of .which goes The, New( ,York'Express, .says'' the pito' etgy and rebuild] their foi'tunes. "Ah'end r paid it' li.ts been much the j l h y older of the (Our'I'rl"I', of ("'

to New York, or Liverpool ill ships and; gress 'oi"the Southern, trade atttacts' almost the!<<; !ravages: of war aie, being: remedied, ijnndied per ceitrt has been llm by- .thj' t'ouledi-iati; au- .
< profit Ipinnndeil b"thl'
steamers direct universal attention. In cotton, some and its desolations, rtisupneai'ingv Indeed I But all this is' now clia'icpd.' ---+.--c:_ __.;... '. ...

Steo boating on the Chattahoochee leven hundred; thousand bales; have been' J ,baviY' lepmostagrpe, /? : bly Vuipnsjd ,to. bay, w illioiit; lil nit uljtalf tba m' &<':! .hhHtd +t. '

w must' be very profitable. Several n'ew deliveied at Northern and Western ]ports see things wearing.so ,chi-erfulan. RSpeCL'Therefugees ; tpLJ,, rand Novpniber. The w {, ; ;:: is t theyatiunalIiiUlliy'cn-, t-

boats have; been' put on the river within! a and towns, and at 'the estimated"value o f ] :are coming, ): .rapidly ';Lis. -eaily-gooil'j, !'boniheiti trade H trade pot' much ,' I ])iicepd.iig. in the U, S.
is l not
few months past. 'On our first page 'will! $400,000,000., Most, of this has been {paid! 1 fast, indeed 1 ,, as }hey cnn, .recovei'' then speculators: artd imp"if let' are bill to evti-nd. the l"' 'et'd.

be found an Interesting 'account, of the for in money, which is at this time being property! 01 secme' pncs0! : i :'live in, <':ijipoiMwd., Iii 'domestic: l1': '

trip of the steamer Darned! ; built at Pills applied 'to the developenjent of the indtis- JIanyotheis ," too-some ,of;time' beit, ,, ,',citi,;, "noolpiis'gieat, iluy.iooshas\! : ; : i ; of IC\-.: 'movpil lo strike\ nut

burg, Pa., down the Ohio and Mississippi) 'try of the,:South. ,Mobile Jfew'Oileans, zees of the eastern and.!middl9seeli'mso l .f| ',the ,New\, 'Year" 'set't.in.\" ;,, I the bill lihidt'as\ amended

across the Gulf and'up the Chatlahoochee. MemphisJiNasbville; Sayannahj, Richmopc, the,State, -aie? mojiiig; in; Eveiy/ r,;aiilvalii .\ t ':< 'l1ilt3'lb'' ( : 'lFi / : titles.\ afvcn; bv (jeneialblipr-

The Columbus Sun of tbo 81st1! ult-, has and Wilmington ,are 'gi owing wonderfully of the boats add to our populationIh time .?,, ,,,1:e A'couesipoii ei.t of, the Q )!:i is nuilion Kinds spoke f"I' thll''at years piit t",

the following/ particulars :( ,At Savannah, .where, het'ore.the war; t ailroad'will' be completely] flist'of, ilOl/ualtll.) /; "'writing; 'hJI1IL' k ; that 'the bill\ as'bcfoie'

THE BAHNETT.-This steamer, decidedly there(were,but two or' three' steamboats April the djnw" ,biiijgo; ,nbiJi.!.'" j4tlilip'n'" \"t', the; Sthfeivps(], thp'follott'ing' Upnsf tl to violate the consti

] the most beautiful that we have ever running to New York'tliere; now are five''' us in conunnnication. !'Tty, watersdiue". I- forri : most atloc'iou't, murder; : : Olllllli alltpp,1righ ttif pioppuv. .
seen at Columbus! reached the wharf yesterday ,- ( \ ft- ) ')' right ,gi anted by /) IIPI'IlI'
lines steamships; : miles. to have 'vrtyi
of l or fourteen tlrst-class : we ,expect ; f ;
tbeSunauee iii'erIast t
,afternoon.' ,She and the C. D Fry ( ; !; held, ceased with, ces>ation
are owned by one company. They w' rebuilt steamships in all. There; is also a line; bettveen )tldce''ocgupied)' and, building: ,.wilt com, A "secriornnastd r named l Rje ; ,

atPittsbuig and 'cost about sIxty :. : 'Savannah' and Philadelphia and uience. With the finest harbor in the Pcnaacolr and Geoigil Ra'load; refused 1 to strike out iho-;

thousand dollars Her cabin is very elegant Boston direct,'and tu'o ..to Livei'pool, ,' ,Will southern; :country, easily! qppicached' over. yetleiday'mniniim! on the, :; \ following vote : .

and Ihe slate rooms of which there tivo lines of boals'with Chaiiestonl,\ two a,deep,bar, by the lar"est'class of n vessels,u l ljya mim nuinod Haves; Itapl Bnckalew, CowanDr-
are,twenty-two, are provided with every the Hayes i hud called upon Rye llendikks; McDou !all,' Kid- '
comfort and 'convenience. The ladies ''wilh Florida, and between Savannah and and rail toad connections nil!) iota, mime; mrr"in'g'.I\lId inesied a, ,Stockton and'1Vlight--. "

will be perfectly charmed with the jiaijor Augusta there are',four. boats-in all sis- and the Gulf I'stp.blbhe.l 1, Fenian Jlna;, pre the:' road five., This, Kye said' .i
and their apartmenls -In every respect t teen'steamers.: :, ", fenls -an opportunity! for b.iness nuJ a\I'Lh"tlty'IO give, llavos made ; A. Ajthnnv; Biowrt.Chan- .. ,t fa

the" boat is complete and elegant, and the .==. .= to 'in the fctriti1... ply and left. Sometime:;" later Cagin, Di\on, Dooliltle, f q
capital superior city
any .
most beautiful on the river: Llgllt,'sh. 'ed, having ill\h, iii meantime Foster, Qdmes,' lIalTb-, :
draws sixteen inches. Her carrying ca The Test Onlls. :Theme, are now five Haw-mills in process pistol, nlii'.h, ho [,l'oI1'ICt'd!' at \] Lane 'of Indiana, Mqigau J

pacity is between 800 and l.OOObalps; of ,, Tie 'Wellington" coircspondent. of'theMacon of. consti action, and' capitalists' are linking lime ,icili'\vii] Lice biibject. ( Nye", Poland, 1'omeriiy\ ';J ,
cotton. Her speed, coming up with about ,Telegraph 'saj:'s'there \\s good authority 'fiequent inquiry- with" a view to- ill' follou'edlitficupun! 1111)'I'S' Sprague, Stewart" .
1,600) barrels on board, ; averaged: about, 'statement oV the second shot taking] eliect ul\\, Van \\inltle, Wade. I .
; the
seven miles i per hour. for.the that the decision ,vestments for development re douieu iuoiiic'ii\g l death in a fen and Ynies! : -32.

'ilip following are the names of her of the J1 IJeme-Gol\rof; \, ; ,1110,Uniled sources of the, place The body was picked up by ... .
)principal officers-Captnin; C. D.:Fry : 1st ckIi.GAULAND between ; OFTIIE )KAIIICALI,-A Ya!.!,-
States[ in the, a e..or'. ; There aie four steamers plying] :; goii.g West, and left at his \' ;
Clerk, L.:U. O'Heefe.Engineers; David which, involves> lhe'constiydtionality ,of I the Savannah and Jacksonville; :( 'and touching the larlro.id Hack a few miles tpialiiig of inter-
and Henry Broughton ; Mate. James IUl ,bllB station., .The scene the Pr. iiflenl And.J tltu; [{;oJ .
: will be that'th act of both and are ,, -
w test'oatbj regularly three
Campbell t: Steward, August Pauline. ; Congressof ways; expected dente Avheii, his family "" ...".
e Capt. Fry IB one' of our' most popular 1862tvbich! imposes :.vGe. oalf' .I is artaoaatltutianal. very shortly"to 'run tho iusilda, ; pas circumstances was ,

officers' We' have never know a gentleman 'There is an unaccountabledelay sage between Feniand'im 1 alii'tIle St. Great mdignulioii;: is felt' against ; certain; prominent nunjof .
more courteous and in u ( OnvtmaiKin wa'i! ]hint
pleasant accommodating <
who succeeded
e '
in the promulgation of the decisionof John's river' Two of the formel the ii'' .J '
IMP that
or one who did his business woods a our party RS en-
the court. It is known that "their Shore"]; "Liazie Bakei" __
better than Mr.O'Keefe,. tlierfli4tCletk. Sylvan and the \'endangered ifthe 'Sout id
,opinion in the case'is made; up, and there is -are commanded respectively by Cap's.' igIlUicant. in, and chouM mj ( eilidwa)'"-

--I --. no goon reason for the delay 'in! making it TUCKER and KISQ, both well Jind favoi->, The following is a despatch ) na a unit. Ytt,> how mnny '
ROBERT P.\V \, YGl.editor of the Charlotte there to be let in from the
is owo., 1' ably ',:1nolvn"to the traveling public of ington to the Associated l>I'e : 58.: '
Only But the Hum's
(N.'C.) Times tried by a' court iC3T
mar .
]Florida. the former being. a resident, i>f. York' city : ; It m'uued'a lurgeamouni ol-'
tial, on the,'charge'of: "publishing disloyal I
The House Comra'ttee ou'Fieed!
the State, and will have an agency Tin President yesterday, I ii Numb sn,11\ | rge ettimato '
and seditious" language;" has b(-eu men's' Affairs are ready 'to''.leport t': back I this place. Col. D. J. TAYIOB, a,noble l thou vtiUi' the Hon. Mr. Lawrence \ of these 58, lo iuppnEetihut

sentenced to, pay' a fine'of $300,'or be im- the Senate bill concerning the Fieeduiens' and whole-souled l gentleman! and a firstI -' sylvania,; asked tho following the Gvvernmvni<< lo oltaiu

prisoned fo.r sis months.GeneiulTEttRY Bureau, wilh a few ,amendments.:, One ofthem'was I ate' business man-the pioneer in the ',Would j ou be justified, as } in COII ress. '", t
'I of Pennsy vanin> or I as Oove, ) .
adopted to satisfy Goy; .lAiken l\lnl'\ew Yuik .J .
17 has Issued an 'order Commission business at Ferncndma nessee, in bigiiing a bill p and Calti-

prohibiting any civil officer' or' and, others, who .made, objection ,to the ,the Ageut. I take pleasure'' commend State Legislature! against 'have Lccn fuimrd to fur

I other person, from atlempting 'to apply any I. bill as passed the Senate,' : The I amended ing !him to the merchants of the interior tei tenthsof'ed their the protest people 1"of .He the then I of! cotton. Their ojgre-

the" provisions of.the>,YagraDt, act" lately bill provides'that whenever: the lands' who may have_ shipping or othpruHioeb9'thls thin be considered himself] $03,000,000.:> They pro '
are entered to their. former 'owners, by the he had indicated the requisite fund cur.
passed by the Legislature\ of Virginia,:to ( point.. pohiiion 10

the negroes h\) 'his Department It, the agreement of the occupants, the latter In some future communication ,I will the people, ) of this District.' plantations, upon three con-:
Fan shall receive from; the Government:I 1>,..'
: : speak of the which Fernnaiidina :
be applied to while men, but. not to the great advantages its Secretary;McCulloch
forty acres outof the public J lands.- "
"heroic race," t rresents': as !a healthy! pleasant bly revise' his ealhuateg of estate hall be' free from' t e
e., moitgagea, taxe ar's
and cheap place of residence. ( ;
'I: forward the ,
COTTOS.-In '1859, when our exportssere W: The French Minister at Waebington iI. I coming C\lI'eot t .flt b .
in value ,, Truly yours. ,'t place it in the ricit,lty'of ,; onf'r shall have received*'J ,
$278,000,000, no less than has called upon the State Department $1 : OClANICUS.:
: .' Instead :_, .. >-
of : The .
8161,000,000tere in cotton, and ,over I for official infor'nutions: in regard to the ,it -'.'"Il ''I .* if i i ''I'j' .j,.. 1,1100,000.: shall bo forwardetto( '
in .M ,C a A'NO COTTON,-: Head the anicluuu.'Jlw ] the Internal Revenue Commi si, cl'opa << _
:1,000,000:: tobacco. nnfactur flljibiistefing '
JU olirrgItnn
t:s Tent at Bigdal th.
7 highest: market .' .
,4Upi>lied f3:,OOOtW i>f the II hI/I.:. "on ik,,ToGrariik.! .: ,',, ] _;. 'V. UVWi'u'bnTiiK'r, column1 I. ? ',)Q this, eUimate; r., j being DltflJ<70il_ "a prc j. y...;.

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'- Tornado' (it Ncwbein'Oa. (prom the New York World.)1" A Sickening: Sight. DRUGS DRUGS !l'' I McKIBBIN' & ALLEN

I .... On (the! evening; of the 21lh Inst., ,between Corn and Cotton.A The small pox has been \prevailing! to :

the hours of sit And SE'\'en o'clock, Macon exchange;{ slates that lit IP !br nnnlitimlng: I !!; extent In Collmsxille\ for (1# ,
AtL. '
I the above-mentioned! tillage!; suffered( severely no CIII'I11'11\ be raised, in the South this some time, mid the cases have not been- WHOLESALE AND nET :
='it from, a tornado, passing' :: from! the, yearOW, gtotheenormousprofitsahick reported,t onll1'emf"cfll1 promptly\ ( as they :,! HAVE NOW IN STORE
' south In a nOl'thel'lI'dil'PCLiol, destroying me expected) to be realized fiom the ,,11II1111111nvo been Thed sense is mostly ." ---
itre.es,' fencing, JiiilldinsH! ,. people, cattle growth of cotton. In view of the fact con)lined to the negro p"pulatioii! of that I
and eveiyihlng: as I It vent, in a momeut that I the South mini buy all the bread- suburb, whose Hllhy habits would! engender ThQ Largest and Handsomest
of time stnfFi:t It needs, the same paper Raps : disease anywheie. A gentleman of LARGEST GTOCK .
The residence of '",Ir. J, C. Bailey, with "The Neat must now feed us ; and, If the \eincitf!! told us thPt he saw! in a loom, t
everything! upon Ills pienihea' except a the freedman i turns out a faithful !laborer, eighteen by twenty, fix negroes, men, women In the. State of Georgia. ASSORTMENT OF
!portion of his corn crib wastointo pie. HIP Made between the South and: West and children In vailons stages of .

c !K-the house silly wire blown( 2fO: Alula, will exceed anything before known." the disease, and within the sallie apart.ntent ...... -- -
hoary limheis 400 yaids. Dn J. J. Mont- Theie I he scar' cely a t1ollb 'but that the, the pulild-roipsci( of three thai had -- *
'\tomrl'\"s dwelling; with all out 1 building\ *, South II Ill devote its whom! energies to already ditOlin: old woman: was en- GOODS
is completely, wiecked. On Mrs. Mo's's tho raisins of cotton/ It cannot possibly denvoiincr to nuiso the surUvois. As DUUGs.Muillouius:MCWlCI'Vr'S.: and IN'ntnmurlee.Trunecn CliPtnlcnlv, ,
tt lot there und nothing left savo the floor cost mole than eight' cents a pound !in noon as the ua>-O was reported the living: Surtrlonl In.trunieniH, Dye Stud, *
of the ,dwelling. gold; to grow it, while, if ihe crop tmtis: weie Immediately removed to the Pest Flavoring Extracts, "".0" io EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLORIDA
e's! III' found ] of sell for tll'f'n' House.-Macon Telegraph. Hole Agent fur Ui'hnliulM'n Extract of Btiohu ,
The: to fhinalei! pieces out nt all fair! I it must over .
and Hnran nrllln, A 'r" 1 n'pnrutlans, lnyne'el'ropmirnttuna
plank clothing! : fitiiiiline, etc, from t '.five cents a pound! in gold Sir ]large ."CS. UIIIM' St. iMinlliB" Bilter ROIl ,, ;v.a
Nevvbei'n to Uutledae, on the Georgia and so certain, a margin Is lately oJViedfur lIonsKD l BRANDED NOT TO UE IVipitnitlotiH, HoofluiKl'ft Qcrrnuii nittt'rntClock'fl '-'!:- ,t ,
railroad, a distance of lift !led than eight an agricultural, pr- duct and all no- REIZID: AS GovERNJiENr PaonllTY-The: untr ltentoror't'hmnp.na's mud I'linlun'fl llnlr IIJ'7
Tiiiles on nn air line counts agree! that) with the freedmen, orithnUtthein.avery Q iiiirtci: 'muster G 'nrl'1I111I19 t i-sned the following rrvpnrntioiiB( I'binfoM mid and Toilet nil other ArtlrlunVIPn t'utunt ModiLlno SlrcnRthonln be- Consisting in pafit of.:* '
There Is to be, seen just below Nfwbemon ; \\' large amount will order : "Ofliceia on d.uty in tho fore tho ti'udc

the Covingtoo!; road, a white oak tree be raised if the season is nt all propitious. seventh mihinry departments| mire hereby inBtruetvd Brown and Bleached ItIUSlln ':
}'('t standing! -the body of the treeissplit 'So great is the demand for white labor, tint Ueneiiil Orders No. 77 from ALSO, :
'.nndabonid thioujh it i this shows they logo to th6 Southwest, that there is an this office, dated December 15th, 180": are 9Tlia .
+? power of the wind and, the certainty that nhsnlute\ scarcity of faun-hands nt the not to be no construid, nso nutlionze: the iiiuet cxtemlve and complete! Block or Jaconet -
''the tipe is split, West, notwithstanding the stoppage\ :; eoI'I seizure of animals which being branded
This dasli' wind struck I the ground rule' hiah that farmers "U. S," shown to huve been '
n olive' .. the vitr j and wages so I II ere not ever PAINTS Cambric, and
'buut on e-liUll mile smith nf New'hern, me holding! meetings!;); to induce )laborers mpo] 8ossiuii ;Jof the tlui ted Sautes: or to 'i> :

and atone some II 'e hundred yards north I to come trntn the East. Indeed hive been-invluded in any suntnJcr of the Oils, VurnlHhcfi, French Zinc, Colo ,.' Artlnln' Swiss '
Us width beinir about two, bundled, but them" is n fear that the high ptic-o of .labor rebel !uiniits., Hid ruiiitci'D, MntiTliil to be found In any uc- Muslins : '
vn ewer in nn it 1"11 ant. and the rates charged, for the tinnspoita.tation --- ._-s.o ----'- Ion of the Hniilh and nt prices which ABSO-
K111",1rr. J. C. Bailey, Mrs JHicarpt : of firiglt on ,be I lailmads will dis- "V; A petiiion, sinpchy!; \ Qov. Baker I CTKLT beer COIIPKTITIOMKvcry Canton FlTickings '
15\ uley, (daiiahter:; of Col. J. W. 1'i.ts,) coinage I the growth of We.ulstuu", :* this and the State orticers of> Indiana, and ten
ISnriel: Jones, and Bun el Kriifiiul\" (a year, when they will bo so much needed thousand citizens of that Stato, aaim! GLASS. .
pprlnian: .) to I Iced the South. the pal don of Jeff. Davis, was presented ,
Wounded. ), 12 or 11 D. ;Moss ami, Ta- The heavy trade whIch will spring!; up to the Present, by Speaker Colfax. Mr. variety nf OliiBn, t'lnncli and' German . 'h'I ha (a ficedvvonnn: ,) thought to bj mortally next lummer and fall between the South Johnson smiled, took the petition, .and! mid Plntc l douPure, Bt,ilncd.lhlckl1c Cut nnd Sky Light Ohv"( nlngla Blankets, ;

mid Wet will have impoltant poliiical, as said: "I'll lay it bebid'Lhis bundle, (poin- .
D,_. J. J. Montsomei:; Mis. Montgnm- well as business CIIDs'q uellCl's. ItI ill ting: to an immense pile of manuscript) Cloths and I
I. xr, Pry, 11.111101'1'' or two nu e, nrn severely! give ;Teat activity to the ship, 'yids to which I is just as laige a petition for his French Brandies ..
but, it is not thought! mm tally wounded.M1. supply\ tine, immense fleet( of, H.enuieia' paidon." t
.. : Uillev >\ as blown 75 to 100 yards, which will bo needed on the Southern livers --.... Cassimercs. -
and, ;Mrs, Bailey ROO ya di.Thn'o to replace' those dentioyod by tho war; Tits Uichmond Tunes bays : "A few Wines and Whiskies, ..
f.unilies: ue truly in a destitute! the lailroafls will! need mOl 0 i rolling slock ; mornings since we noticed nt the first .
condition i having 114! her shelter t food, while,cities like: St. Louis) Cincinnati m.nket two beautiful well diessod, females For WMIo'nni' purposes) ; und a tin'go supply of
'" nor iniiiient, for even llie clothing they and L:(mlsvillo will add enormously )'''III1ill'c III s, of Powl'attan! cuiin- other Liquors for general UHO Ladies' Dress Goods
f w e e sealing! nas toiiiin pieeei upon I to their liaile. ty, who had, driven a wagon from home
them.-CorrtoH (Gu) Trammer. I The mom intimate commercial rtlatioiin loaded with piodiice which they were Bruch, Foucher & Co.'s
lieUteen the Smith and West will: offer, ing for sale 'Ihese! ladies were of French Merinos
Northern capitalists' with their usual not b.. without their influence, upon the Inuh lespeciobihty, and before the tsar CH.E .A.GNES. ,
a', keen, njipieciation of |peciutiaty profit have till elections If the present Congicsapeisiits ;' were in ailluent Liicunistaii.es."
/., not been slu.v lo sei/e upon then'iportimitieii in Ueepi'iit) : the South oii't of the --------- File Agents of the only trio Imported Ilrntid English Merinos\ .
o\H'plltht'1II! bv iou kill!! money I Union, the West, will he levoluUonUwl W\I t a recent meeting! in Now York, Hiler In the)',country|prollo"pO,, \\7.\ I in HID' lich bottom hurls of the Mis.i-sp: politically when Conmessnien' me to be Dt. Cliceter denounced the President as to nay heretofore Lu u....
1. pit iiiid have lentil pi intiitions at appi- chosen. 'l'he'esl.11, )people) ate too the, fril'ud of the ivbels, the U|>hoMtr" of Alpacas, t .
J nnio'uionable.piiuuH.. Thice i plan slit'end to needlei&ly humiliate' the sec WCSMOII and a dictator! who acttd as if he I Special\ gent for the American Vlntniri'Compiinj ,
tition mi tin liver, ; udoinlng| those of ex lion! which will be tt-ir bet customer. owtiiM time country and hu could! do Ud he i'onila' nnd brands n lurtre COIIBI! stork mil ot on their bund.Jfv cilr. butted (,',11. French and
1'reild'tit, ;l" 1 DIVIH and Im bio'lief, : Joseph| [pleased with it,"' } English Poplins,

D.uit, Mint mi BiBiejale! : rental] t'V'" the 0;.)I. FRANK ClIKATIlAJt JoiXS THE -. special' iirrnmrcments with Mllnufllolllror
pieseneir nf '.hirLy-six thousand dol I, Cif 'aelt-SSt' learn fl'llll1l1 Memphis ex Iv the bill wliu!:h Passed the Mississippi and 'Importers of the North, and In Europe warrant Pail do Olieevers

.. 1 Liars, 111.,111. pi:uitn'lon of eight hundiedlines chall'!_" that Oen. Chealliarti has lI'isph''tlll'lIpll [.Ciiibl.iturc.CdiilLTiinj,' the right on nenuns 1'111'11md mil In, not Oonulnenina only Inllrllll"ollllthe of entire utock nbdohitu but 1
ile.iied,l farm"' I on Deer cheek rents' from tits wicked ways of fie to testify in Cuuit, the Inedman has lull also "llI\blo mo to sell any of lliu nboxo mentionod Plain and
t I.. ,r f'r-ten ilnlUis, per iiu'f,, the I I lessee cou- u'in' Id and joined the t'huu'ch. The sic privileges:: except thai he cannot: give his line of eoods nt 111'4'I'.t priers-ta song Fancy
'i.iciiiii: t lo i r"i.dr;| tin nero qu errs nail) lament nf baptism was adiiliulsteied to testimony' where two white, nHlInl'e parties Hnitf even lute thou truiiHuurtutiou.. .
ii'bmld all,the in'ce-.vxij/ IUNCIIIU.' : I Itinayl him bv UNliop' ( Quintal at Nashville to ihu bUlL and the lu'Uitnun has no iuuri.-.st A.11 Wool ,
Ancxnrnlimilon of prices III sustain these
l LP esiini,itel 1 that liottoin. ; lands mil efieiall. I- last :ind.iy.. Says the Memphis Avalnn- in the uito. at.iiemeuU' lit every pnrticulur.FHESH n-y .
.' veil tor about twenty d"llni" par the : "Old Oheit: as the boys were wont --,--'. .-- Dolainost
.'ai'n I "I., and, they lI'ill'cllt, fur about one- to call him in wAr times, n>ed to Hay, "I A Chicago clerymmnmissed: his stockings GARDEN SEEDS. t
half thin helimg plicn I wouliUi't cuss so much, but I can't control :; on Clulstuus tool uiuig, and, after along American
------- I, you without it," and h" pioraised, "if : sea I ch, found, one on each bare of a W. HI. WALSH Delaines,
I'" CoNrrscATlsn CO"'IJ) I" I'tATT.Ilev. -- tin thin.! ever did stop," he would join mi'ch! cow, which had been presented to ,
: "1' C. C. PillCkl.py' ot 1.haile'ton, Smith the chinch The cl ads of war have him by parishioners, and 1. ornamented in I Fancy Silks; -
Caroline, !, wijles\ that at the capture of !lolled away, and the lion hearted Cheat- this way to indicate that it was a Gill !ht- S. E.: Cor. Itaruartl A Broiiffliton: Ms, I .

Colnmbii, ) : l h\ Slieiiiinn, the cumni'iiii ham,has kept his wold.' To learn that: ma-i gin. In i
SPJ'vice of Ills church was c'u'a'ieil oT! : II ,ill:s veteran, war-scan ed old \l'al'l'iOl'lIas SAVANNAH, great variety
had been:! sent' there for safely. EAch bowed( down at the \I1el cy teat, and become Secretary Stanlon has ordeied\ the
i pike <\as enfiaiel! "1J11I''p Church\ I a co woiknr, ; in the cause of lelig- wilhdiaual: of all the War Department feb 6, 1800-tf_ --- 'VV.in.1or; Sha.rows
; Chit h.sttit..." \pcotrlllo"k.\ one himdfpd I ion, hUnds, out an illusliliuis. e\anido| to ncl\'ei listfiiH'iits front 'llie NI1\iollltlinLelli. FOR SALE.
; 1 leas old is nlsn. hM' and was "last I tlo-e :gallant \ om' hs who won their woi idly gencer and Constitutional Union, ths two on haunt twotlne MULES, and will\ AT ALL PRICES.
81'pn" coinj KOI'th' lie risks! that: the Illinois antler! Ins item coinmand.! -Cof Conservative Demociaiic jouinals at IrtAVE) tor silo' Inn tuwil.ijsut mj i>lnou
fiionils who liar of ihem nmv n":tify hint lwies 'un,' Washington! near M Mkccmcilvie! Apr'') '" ------
t 'I the. coniniiitiicfn ,'utp of St. ?Miciiael'-s ....- H. PIM.K. .
feb 6-21" Or BY11D & JO II 1'10AdmlnisU'ah'ix's :' :-;.
Burton N lIa"riuu Sec-
Chijjpsion! the I iiilt nf Queen An.IP, nnftthn LUCY Loo, IN TIIOUBLR.-The dancing late private Cloths and Cassimercs
ot lluuJell'iison Dtsis who has
; of, Tiiniiy chinch, CllIl1Ihla.'IIS! nlso Of/lut ilirf Ethiopian Tioupo, lately )playing letwy Notice. .
tor tune been uontined in Foil
capttued!, orl.o! was deslioved in the at lUKliin) Hall fell into the hands of ihe some past SIX tnciiitlis niter dato I will present ra)' nc-
Delawaie, has been released !by the 1'ies- \" 'nnd vniiohurHiiB A'lininistratrix' lit'"II> IN GREAT VARIETY. '-
ti tire on thai occai"'lJJnsloi' Traveler.Nuono : I'hilistines Wednesday night. 'Hunk- ideut. aud is SVashiui ("into of r,. M, \Vhlto, to thu honnrnhlo Judge of
------- mi to have sonic fun, the fellow wh,', : nun in :;;:tun. Picilmlo Leon county for n burl nltleinent'
r1I1AL'Tvr"nlion: nnde I takes the character of la belle Africainc, mid ask for n dlnnlmrgo. H. it. IFUlTK, HATS AND CAPS, o. '
was A gill of 15 is on trial at Boston for .Tun. 18, IBflH-Oin Adm. ,
aa' in the Gazette, n lew diijs 1 since. of the cam* out upoii the sweet, after the e'ell'III'S 'f!!
bigamy. Her first liiihbaiid manied ;
t-loxiii! '!! ot an eiiinn ''muse in t Stevenson', : enteilainnient, but was "gobbled NOTICE. HOOTS: AND SHOES; >; .. '
mutual It. is
l of in eState:; ,
, ": Ala.! ,. because the, pnijirietois, l'pCllsell11, up"| by ore of the police, and marched to age hills t T. "eroono !Indotitod to tho lute firm ftf A, .
?r aIhiiin) cnh led huller, to eat at the Nome the calaboose, lioupskhts, tI"IIllCPS.Inll\ on. HCU'OXH&CO.nro hereby nntlflctl that '
tables with his oilier" riistoinnig. The talettes and all, fur violating( !; an 01 dinancengaiust -- unlods nri.iiiifitinunlA' aie initdctoDottto the Banie HARDWARE\ :, t c ,
An thrall with hotel they will ho placi-il tho huiuU of uu ultornoy
lion attached
house elosed by Martin Hiitman : assuming female gaib. His II.ppeal !a ,
rot culluctlon at list C'ourt
'Capt. 40ih U. S. C. I., cninmnndingnlSteeris !: lice in' thei Jug:;: was hailed with unbounded is being constructed' at Sydney, Au.aialia A. itoruixs & CO. CROCKERY 0
:: n. 'Ihefnetsin: the case were applause-cieatma!: a Beater to bo elected at the new gold field otllokitika. TiillnhnMoo Fuh,3,1SUO-2w

l.iid, befote: M.ij. Gi>n. Tliomns, who !immediately i : sensation than, be.'oie his audience at the ,
J... t \'C'VE'I'Illhl ouler of I the n'lMmpoiiaiit Hall. An explanation' and about $S set FOR Tin Ware, &c., &c.

captain, teleginphed;' to Stevenson the matter light!:; and, Miss Lucy Long de- It has been beautifully said that 500 SACICd nvrurooi; S S.\L'J. .

ienieriiiig[ the, e.iting )Jiouso.Chui. .- pal ted, pith menial ,reservation Llntt1\ lithe veil isHiich covers the face oI I Just received and for rule by '
all;. would be very long before she would be futurity is woven by the hand of \V. U D.NEII.Y.Foh,4. .
-.,.. ---.- --- again caught by one of those "taking" ISOa-It_. A ont. G-B.C>CEB.ImS.: :: ,
\n thus disposes of '. Macon l'ullce.-JucOll Tcleyfttph. mercy. .. '
|&J.V exch\llgtl: s \ PRIVATE BOARDING. .
------- _._ -
,; Bent Fedeinl' Oeiieinls! : "BuiliKide has -- FLO UK -
,f 'f a gene into the tail road, business at Ileno Fun DIAZILlobile letter wilier [3Ew t 3\tlvcr1h\ ( .cmcnt;:. "t.l.:'[R-.1.rnojulu' II llflcun. ALSTON or t tnoiiiy U prepnrt-d day boarders In nccoin-, at If. _
"I 1 and Piihole. Carl Sclmu:. is a WaKhinz-!: says : liiir roBldon ne.irtho SluthoJiBt Clnu'oh.lo lute
ton conespondent, Seiuel! has becitnoCtl l, "Major Hastings is pushing forward his I city. HhuIs: oleo )piupaiod to ontuitalii transient SUGAR '", 0
\ ciiBloinora. Every: ciuo" and nttentlun will bo .
Itor of a Baltimore German pnper. Tiank1m arrangements:; to colonize Bri/il. One Tat Printers and Publishers. given to the foniturt of the guc'f li '

, .: \ is superintending, the Col t'a aimory at set of emigrants!: have already sailed! from --u- I Jan 301m. ... n__' TOBACCO, Jtc.. Ac.:. I II
'..J) Hartford ,W, S. Smith) the famous cavalry New leans. The vessel could, not ac lining a large lot of alirp'u: LO S T. I ",
lender, has none into the retail g, oeeiy cnmmodate all that were ready to :!o.- Percussion'
: Powder Shot and
trade at Chicago. P.iliick has letnrned PRINTING MATERIALS UMETItIEbetweon Siitnrflnv, Ihe 20th and .
The Major is now making prepaiaiions 2J.I In.l.aSrATKTttKAdL'UYCtUnn .
). lo the )>Iulv. Feneio. is teaching for taking out the lemninder/ of the colony I offor! for side, FOR OASiI, the following ant o. '1'E (No 24.) for $124 87, issued in favor of Caps, 1 1Wines
s the art of'lancing, nud Poi cy Wjndham with whom he expects to embaik in I. cleg at the unduriilgiitd.;! All 1'erOOn811'0 fort t is again: a :ister. from tradlni fur or rcculvlnif' uen/ cuillllcate, an
fencing m
:;: person early in the month of February.- One-half Manufacturers' Prices applicationill ho nindo lo Ihe'btato Treasurer
J. : The colonists Are mostly] from the interior i- Ono WASHINGTON IIAND1'1tES3etzoNo. for Its renew,il miller thu publlcutlou of thin no- S
'A GOOD SION.-In' the columns of the of Alabama" 3, In good ", d.r. lice for t 'only ono d I,,\t :
New Oile.inii! Delta wit find' a Stirling appeal r \VASIII.\ai'OV HAND rHESS.iiIza No. ,>iui, 21, 18UU-Sw HART A. SnOBER. I & Liquors, .

Y! ) 'bl' ;lIl'f,( "0. T. ISeniuegiid., : lie TUB BUREAU ix KENTUCKY. -A letter 250 lb 2,.In. BItBVIKIC nelh'nt order. A. J PEELER ,
whhl'R'tll have sealed piopiihals 1 for Ihecleliveiv from Louisville to the Cincinnati Enquirer 250 Iba. LONG 1'ltIMER. 'I I '
: of fifty thousand: cypress crossties says the extension of Fieedmen's 40011m 12 I font BSfAU IDII 'l'I,]I'l'B W.\, ATTORNEY AT LAW, The largest Stock in tho State

.IF; iilnng!; a Louisiana railroad, ofj{ which Bureau into Kentucky is looked upon 20 flints D1z I'L VY '1'YPE.C1IASKS TALLAIIASxKB, FLORIDA.' I
he 1:1 General.I Supeiinendent( and Chief with /great disgust and indignation, as u DASHES, 'RULES T.E.41i'1.' 'Utt. Office up Stairs over the State Batik CONSISTING OF
'J llngiiieur. There, is ilL) lieitnr pi oof I hut wanton iuterfeiencs, on the part of Corgi In ITUIU, and in fact twice everything ,ueue-b-iry urOtlnr': hours from 0 U. m. to I 1'11,, andfrom .
getting out a paper the l/o of tho
1:1 ciiui-vit-aged is Miioothing us wi ink- with the local affairs of that Slate, Sentinel 3 to 6 p, m WJlJSKY BRANDY GIN. CHAM
led front than/ that the militaiy men now I and that ihn officials who act under it W. A. SIIOBEU, Ootolwr Jtl-6111 ____ ,
aftbid In devoting! their great energies will bn gene-ally executed "in every _Proprietor, Florida Huntlin1BLACKSMiTMIIMC \. P. B JROKAW'S' PA ONE, PORT SIImRAND;
j to the creative u'oiksof peaqe.Seiator neighboihood in which they take their I CLARET WINES, COCKTAIL -
seals. !
p Call, ur Florida, I in too young & LIVERY AND SALE BITTERS Ac. A-c.

.; lo take;: his seat Chronicle jf:ntintl, s" he Missouri Lcjjiblatute has passed H. B. FITTS & CO. I merchants of Florida, '
Not exactly Mr. Call ia certainly old evolutions calling on the Government ARE now prepared to exeouta every dotorlp. 'Z9 requested to examine aro rsspi'clfully -

enough to know what he' Is about, and to enforce\ the Monioo doctiiae! and dijveMaxtmillUn ( t Stables, ti> before deciding to purchase In Now our York stock,,
that, is more than can be said of many BLACKSMITHING( ,
f as lI'eI ill! duplicate all bills at New'
and the French out ot York
troops ..
Senators ftoridian & Joutnal. In tho bent manner and a> low an T
',. .. ...... .... Mexico tho cost of material, &o., will adiiiii ol, '1'auy prices, thereby saving them lime and
.. have..oon red the icrvlpet ot lama of tho TALLAHASSEE, FLA. fielcUt. ;
Tne youngest oil operator U J. G. R.
. Wilson of Rochester, N. Y., who is'et in Biigfcam! Young has, one bundled and' BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE' --\LSO- l'rJitht/ no goods told at retail ,/._

Ids teens lie has heavy interest in thePenn.'tvanla. eighty-five wives, the eldest being folly Those will' he who gaarnutnedonuresansfaction.may favor un with thulr patronage CARR AOCS, fiUGfilES WAfiOXSAKD JIcKibbln & Allen= ,!t

region nnd rli of amt nine, and the youngest/ but f\lll\'leen.., I 09Sho. niKirly pprooilD; tha 1'oel OfBco : HAinTSS FOR SALE; : :
.,. >A yy vf it lh9 other dsyvr $:&O,000.!( Twenty-eight wives he has buried '* .'01). II, 15tW-t( rall hs..ee, Nov 0, 18{b-Ir Dec 6, 1565-lf '


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A HII tRHPi YAEi .ACO., 500 acres ff land, \\hich the Legis- ROMANTIC AFFAIR': ;In the Havana I .

Where are all\ the-birds that sang Inturo gave to Corn planter in 1701, correspondence of the Boston WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE ,

,. A hundred years ntf I >' oV. Oil Creek and the Allcghany Post we find the following : "The .,
The flowers that oil\ In beauty iprnnj t.\ IWE
A hundr'd years nnol ; River. Their claims, are of course, outlawed foreign coterie is discussing a decidedly ___._ 'I
\ Tho lips that Mnllfd, by the statute oft limitations. romantic affair still passing in our I
The that wild
.f In Unities eyes shone v .. They allege that Cornplanter once midst. There is a Spanish law by :
m. ( } (fJ
.Where,801\() where eyes upon are lipo; and eves,- sold the' land, and made deed for it, which a young man having an income WQ .

i" The maiflens' smiles,the lux or.' sighs, but received no consideration except of f fifty dollars per month and \
lived I
(h That o long ago
I two hundred dollars in counterfeitnotes. wishing to marry a young lady, a

Who peopled all\ the city streets I. minor, and unable to obtain her pa ursrKCTi-CLLY INFOUM: OUR FRIENDS THAT WE -HAVE:.
I A hundred years ago t rents' have her NM) A ") .. w''
Who filled the church with faces meek -.---'-..- consent, can deposited '"
A hundred years ego' in the house of a mutual friend ,
The sneering tale The Vicissitudes of War. WI3IM2S.&IMS .&EHD: IBQfflA'QQj! ETOBffi f ] : rAt I
till the is ,
Of sister rral'l'ho marriage ceremony per- (

y A brother's plot that' hurt work'd: Of the singular vicissitudes of the formed. Well, a young Cuban having the Old !Stolid In Tallnlmoien, where wo are propiirod to supply euitomon with nil kinds o '

.f Where, 0 whore arc pints and sneers, late war a young lawyer of Memphis made a passage to New York
The',poor That man's lived hopes so long, the ago rich f mini's fours, Tenn., seems to have had his share. and back with the family of one of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,

i lie entered the Confederate service, our American residents, fell in love

u Singular Scene*in Legisla. wan taken prisoner at the battle of with the daughter and is determinedto HATS' &; OAFS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, OR OKERY. AND 'I. I

.WI ''h, tive Body. I Tishomingo Creek, and after- a six marry her, if possible, in spite of

.,. .. ,j", i week's confinement at Alton, Illinois, the opposition of the pm ents. An AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, *

A dispatch from Harmlmrg" givesan was started for Johnson's Island under order has been issued to have the A."t the Xioxvoeit Cash Prices :for Onetla. or

a account of a novel scene in tIle guard. Like many another>; in like damsel deposited, but is still in abeyance COTTON.

Pennsylvania Legislature. The' Speaker circumstances, be risked I hs! life in the father having applied to

stated that two Indians'were here jumping from a car window duringhis the Captain: General through his Having Mlnlilldlu'd n branch of our 'hen.e In New Yolk, we aro prepared to furnish Goods of nil ,
,kinds, In quantity, on the) thoitaat iiotlco uiicl Ihu must advantageous rU1..
who desired to make n statement relative tranfcr, and, with some slight counsel. Each new phase of tho any !

to some land which they claim bruises suddenly found himself alone case is eagerly discussed, and all desire Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to '
was given by the' State to Cornplan in the middle of a prairie. lie threw to see the seaucl. The young "

tor : away his uniform jacket and walkingto lady will lead an unhappy lit'o should HODGKISS SCOTT & CO.

A resolution having been adopted the nearest station hired himself she fail to listen to reason and com ,

that they should be heard, Senators fo $2 a day as a hod carrier to a mon sense." j
:3XTJ3XV'TallnhiisBco. "YOJR.H: :.

Bigham and Dunlap were appointed Union Colonel who happened to be .Jan. 0, 1RC5-ly _._____.__ _.____ _._____.
a committee to present them to the, at home on a furlough. lie hated to AN ACCOMPLISHED -- -. -;;. ---- -c.n._-._ -__.__ _.-_-.._-_- --_

!Senate. work, but he hated also -to starve, YOUNG LADT.-The Buffalo Republic PEN. &; GEORGIA RAILROAD. Emporium of \Varieties

The grandson of Chief Cornplan and kept steadily about his businessfor says : We recently picked up i I
,;:; Q"'l1
tor, of the Seneca tribe of Indians, some three days. By this time the following memoranda, whichwe .... $,,?.4""f1.'Y-- o...-.<. .

/ accompanied bv thegrardson'ofKed his employer began to suspect his saw dropped by a young ladvattired' -1'-

Jacket, as fnteipietcr, ascendedthe real character and sent off for a ;guard in all embroidered velvet CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. u'no I' SL1tSSEH. ,

;Speaker's:; stand. The to arrest him. lie wind of this Talma, an exquisite IIoniton }Lice TALLAHASSEE Jail. 1";, 1SUO.
Speaker got T.A I* r, A 31 >V! a S TO: :32, I.'r,A.,
received them with a short speech .and unceremoniously bolted, directing collar, a white hat and plume, and On anti niter tlilx dote, Ito Train i

that it 'was the boast of the people of his course to Chicago. Here he painfully brilliant silk dress, whIr t 11111 dully' thu m.1',11I111.follow:mid" Ueurglu Itiillruud nil! I I I f'oppcr, Tin :find:

Pennsylvania that the Commonwealth found friends who helped him to escape exaggerated flounces. EASTWARD SHEET IROA' 3MKVFACTVRER(; ? ) )7

had always treated the Indi: into Canada. lie then went "I must get a Vail, Broun hoes, Ipnvo (Jtilnrynl... 4:10: A.M.>> f.
"'rrl"I'lInh8..eu t O.ItO:
ans fairly since the days of William down the St. Lawrence, around the Sarceknet, L'tise, Gluva, Shiinrny- I.envtTnlliiliiMwo: nt. 7.00 nE tL71't IN :
Penn. zet, Kulone." Arrive, lit Madison.11. and the blockade into
coast, ran "
Leave Miidlvm nt 11 :io\
The grandson of Chief Corn plan Wilmington. lie quickly sought Wo confess we aro startled at the -\rfi\edtilLuLo City HI.... au 1'. :'[. :English, French and Denies-

ter was a stout, robust man, apparently out.and joined his old comrades and last item, but'think it means cologno WESTWARD.T.ive II tic Goods, f > j
Lake S.10 .A, M .
about 45 years of age, with a redcap fought through the war. :Not long Tho whole simply proves that .Arrive Madison Cltynt t......1J.2U i' M.

.trimmed with eagle feathers and ago he met main; the Union Colonel! wealth and intellect do not always r".o Miidinoii, ut-.... l'-..",0 "" Plain, Fancy & Japanned Wale',
arrive Tnllithniw-e( nt : 4.:0!!
a gilt band, silver earrings, and pain for whom he 1\ld worked in Illinois; hunt in couples. Jjt-Hvo Tul'iihtiKife' at....._.......... 5.00;( u
ted and adorned with bead ornamentsand and dunned him for the seven dollars An of Arrive at(jnlncy at .-. U.3U STJfVE KEABJWARTEKS.A i .
application a colored girl for ST. MAUK8 TRAIN
belts. In his hand was the due him for his servises. The admission to the High School Loavc TilliiliiiH nt................ 7.:,10 .\. U. and handsome I
large nf'
ofTI'oy, .. variety'
hatchet. Although the scene during Colonel willingly paid it, and theyno \irlvuntSt.1 Marks lit. ",1! r.
N. Y. .
was refused by the principal Li'.iU St. Marks at.1J.OO M.
the delivery of. his speech wits doubt hohlloLbcd'ery pleasantlyover was taken to the Arrive Tiillnliui'm'c, nf.- l.J5 1'. M. COOKING STOVES
Sl1pl'elneCourt B. Tlalf hour will be given tho nrrlvnl, ,
most extraordinary, yet not an expression the 1St. nn on .
p where it was recently: decided of the cr\rn ut Madison fur Dinner, gulii from ,!
of levity escaped any one in '-'- against the applicant. This ]little und roiulni; thin WII)'. ContLilih'g I" :; :I r
the crowded Senate. act A Him of stages! bi'twccn Qulncv, Kjlnbrldu'e
THE FREEDMEN CAPITOL: shows the consistency of the North and .'\IIIIIII ', end between Moniluollu mid '1'hol1l.1 -
remarks tml1i, ,
The of Speaker Fleming ua\lllu will connect with the
-Quite a respectable looking delegation erners. They want the South not j,;. IIO :S'i'OITN, r-
were translated to the Chief, who .Tnn.IB, isnp-I f 1 r.'etdrnL I \ All:.TICFlT '
to allow the _
and his of Freedmen, in point of numbers only negroes to go to ,

interpreted arose replied l(very,badly response) by his being asso and appearance, filled a large school with whites, but they desireto Hodgkiss, Scott & Co I EOX-ANt) .

ciate. It is useless to give the lan- portion of the gallery scats in the have them allowed to say who ),

guage of the interpreter, but the following House of Representatives yesterday, shall rule over the whites. The inconsistency COMMISSION MERCHANTS, F.\I\L01t\ COOK1X.G siovisII : !,)> ,:. .
thither of the of
attracted by the iiegrophobists! J
is the substance : ced discussion of the pro-announ testimonybill. the North .becoming more and NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. .\ tiinmipil! In a "nt f aril dmnUp innnnor. ,. j
"They had come to the Senate to with negro Thou. II. IIod.'klHS, lute of Iluniliultoii liiuthorH, 51jpy can/ l>pMi1| |prd, ) ,In auk' |nit (.if :
They listened marked attention apparent. I1:0: tintore.G. I HIP with .
make a few remarks premising that rnnniiy jPi1 cl| t a1'ett 'l'rO\"I'; ,
to the debate and seemed .. \V. Scott,of arm of O. V- Scot!.&: Co,,Tiilhill.ltlMHI TUTS: mid :
the Qreat Spirit who knew all things *. jLB.n\ tiiiitinnily" "II> ]linhii.oatloot. l .
had made deeply interested. Perhaps they CARELESS: GEKBROSITT.! the O. II. I'wilo. o f arlll of 1'oo'e: Biihbilt, 1'iiln- : woik-J'in Itoi ling,,/ tit1ir; 'i-
the continent for the benefit
heard much declamation Dead Letter Office Washington a bildu'i', ina'! (}""!> I'il|'e-', Uiiuiriifiiiiti' Iluuxe, r
of man. lie had made the never as windy W. U. Paulo of flrm of G. ,V. Scott i Co.; Till- Jli-iuK ,.
Sheet.ice ,
sun in the whole course of their letter was recently received containing 1uhll...., Flu. :SI I ffL\ url.
and moon, that, by looking at them a check for $::8OOO in coin directed i. //:1'11"; : :; | \Mufc ni/r every 111''tetlvtiar
lives. But if the could ---- .
positions dune et
bo on nfitdt'notice.i .
o in
we can mind that Godwins
put to in New York \ the lal..'or nil klluli of
have been reversed, of audience and 1lady requesting Sl'ec\all1ttclltlOII ghee to
himself and for this he has ;
power "' .
her the inclosed 1 .
to '
created lands actors, we question if a much more : accept SOUTHERN PRODUCE, .;rotionG.-
waters thunder and
return for the kindness shown
as a
ratioifcl and ] solution of the ;
the showers logical and to thu purcluwe) nnd shipment of -
that fall the laud UODEN X WARE,
upon father and mother dated at the
under debate could not have my ,
subject Plantation Goods WILLOW 1
"These Household W.ARIJ.
things show the of ,
power Astor (House and "John who I
been reach e'd. Inferior be
the Great as may 10VS, 1
Spirit exercised for.tho
their mental was to start immediately for Europe. Wares, Implements, UIBISTMASPRFSFXTS:
of his capacity, we can scarely; ;
good people on earth. lie has
believe the unbleached loyalists haveso The Postmaster General directed 0? rvcry Ic'srilptinn. on >::1111<1. full nj'il' -
made different classes of men-some little human to thorough search for the hdy} and at :MACHINERY. &0. nomine lipfnie |1'11I' tht: .-!iug:; elsett lit"I P. '
sagacity as
white, some red, some governed by putmuch last found her. Knv 7,]t/jfi-;/ Ini mt? '
fauhln the of
the Spirit others going' their own which "I Wm. G. Biownlow/ Legislature" is the 0 REFERENCES : 1 SOLJTllfExIldIt'E) g: .
way. He has made different minds, James McCormick who M lniiCurrlpr& Co., :Xuw Voil.
head, arid far less in Brownlow. Or, was undoubtedly J. L Moore, GrltlUi, Ciu. AND
and through one mind (pointing to ] tho oldest man in this sir)'nut Oinnm, MOIIIIOIn..rr... '
if have it is of that of IMPORT
the picture of the they sort qucstion'able A. II lul, Mncou Un..J. COflPANV.rl1H1s .
) died in the State of New .
faith of the old African brother country, :. Blind, Mnc'iin, Cl in. ,
whites were made independent. The York on the 11th inst. cue .IIIH. \Vliltllold, Hwnopollii, Aln.Win. H
Indians the red andt he red hot stove. It was at ago Ratty, I'realdfiit Slulo Bank of Florida, -J'; a.L
men of the forest, colored revival in Zane ville believe hundred and fourteen years, throe Tel llUi.liPP. ; COMJ'ANY is nova orpnnlynlnn'ilprcjiuri'd ,, '
I had also 0110 great mind to which It we months: and five daya. ills invariable '1"'...., Jo:. Ilnmhplton, VreB. Md. Fire IIIK. Com ore tu mulcu llbvr.J iuK iufS un .
they looked, and that tfas Chief that things got high, and a red p.in", Kiiltlinoru.Vt. .
answer to tho question what 24-tf
lie hot stove \\overturned.. "Pick up Cotton and other Produce? '
Cornplantcr. the
I was true friendof he
thought than else
more anything
de stove Brother Lewis said the
the great Washington and the caused hi.
I live
a to &o long was, consigned to In '
preacher ; "pick up' de stove, de Lord our Agents I.h erpoal. Tho prig- ;
Governor of Pennsylvania, and also temperance exercise food em \nlii e or<'0110;, In Uu-I pent II.I from' 80 lo 64eeiit t
William Penn. won't let it burn you !I" Brother JUEllCILiA'T: .\II..OnS. (|per n' und good 7'iil.iml, (lot tot,' nod 1 from 1,
regular meals, and regular hours ingoing Mi lo tl.32 ct'uts for pooil IIIIIK L'litlon In Cold- 4
Lewis in the faith
He| made treaties with the whites being strong to bed and \t'eaillatlvunceone-hniflistaluuin(1ul.; or ll,,' t
which were picked up the. stove, but let it drop getting up. .. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA, eqiilxiileniln cnrrenr. ). .ri"
f to.be kept as lomg as the --.. -* -4 We solicit o)ilci. fur girds from the Uerrl-nnla .j
sun rolls, the water flowpj; or the suddenly, and turning the white of \ CONSTANTLY ON"' IIANP and l'liiili'iK.) 'I'lio Blrlulci-l "utiei' lion paid' 110 the .
grass his tho JUVENILE DUELISTS.-Two school- KEEP sale und 'arled inml'mi' ordcrifor iiiud Lent Kigiiinil I iniucu;
His hells had eye viciously on preacher, a lingo ,\ assortment nf .. :; .
grows. never received ahd German .,. s
benefit'from the claims exclaimed!, "de debil, ho won't:"- boys recently quarrelled at their I JUtiUAKD F.FI.OYH, Pimldnit :
any which 'Nashville Banner. Academy near Darmstadt, and resolved GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! Jiickminxllle, Floiidj.
the State gave to Cornplanter, and to settle the K. T. Pjiisit, Agent, Ijii>rnuul, Knpland. .
the heirs matter according to ; ALSO, J. T liifaKAHii, Agent, Tulluluukce, Flu
were ]pOOl' They came the code of honor ; but as they could Nov. 10StnSaddle '
here lo the capital to" A SAD EXHIBIT.-A few days
asccrtahiwbetlt- ago, hold of pistol
only get once they ac-
er their claims could be" sustained, after the two (louses had agreed to tually drew lots. Luckily, though Cloths, Harness and Carriage \

and ,they came under,ail.agreement report but t'wenty-five thousand dollars touched by the ball, the one who ESTABLISHMENTtY t.
between Cornplanter.aud] the Governor for the support of the widow and stood fire first Cassimcres,
was but slightly injv+tr ... ..
that the chief and his heirs were children of ex-President Lincoln, a ed. These lads' are respectively

to have his expenses paid when they number of persons appeared in the 11 and 13. ages Testings, I ba'e.I..t rerelvrd II large; puore.*

visited the capital. They asked an galleries, boring members to increase Bient ol Uoiid,coiibi.Iii g of .(-.1 ;

appropriation to meet these expenses. the stun, and declaring that it was a John Seaver, who lately walk Neck] Tics, (lentlernen'i and Iadli' Snddlei, *

"George Washington, and also the shame to place the martyred President ed one hundred miles at Portsmouth,' Fine Bridles Double, Collars and and:Slnele: WhlM/lur', ,..., t

Governor, .gave Cornplanter land because when in office, on a level with N. II., within one hundred hours, SUSI)( lldCl'S, 5.4dlClohs, .
he was a goud, friend and a any of his predecessors of.them made seven hundred and eighty dollars Bhue leather Findings of all! kinds of evlry, description. .;.

bravo warrior. I have shed tears insisting that! not less than one" hundred by doing sot but says he would Gentlemen's Hose, &e TrnvellliiR Bnddleand\ Satchels Ilnrnei and hardware Trunt t
many times"when I stood where my thousand dolrarstshollld\ have not undertake the job again for many CurrlaKO! Trlmnilngn, r'. ,

grandfather was buried, and sa\v that been the amount: appropriated.Some .- times that sum. He fainted and fell fonable Guntlomon'i style and garments superior eat manner.and made ID fiub. nuggy Wngon! Shags and BIIBBV Spokes Hub and, Klraa, ,. ;

he had no. tombstone, arid np fence surprise having been excited several times during tho last few B-V; Store next to T. B, Tatutu's.Oetnher DIIjiY; Asic.and. ],,-ings, *> -

around thc) grave. Will you have atombstone by the pertinacity of these' men, inquiry hours, and was only kept upon his 24-If '.'*:\" "

put at his head ?l" was set"on foot, when it ap- feet by constant b.tthiug and rubbingand ,I"' W H WHITNER I CARRIAGES AND.:Bi-auuss,( ,': -- '. y yof

The Indians having retired, .Mr. pca'ed thai they held claims againstthe the support of two assistants. ever> dewripllon, ,. 'If'."' ,''
Bigham moved to refer the matter to estate of Mr. Lincoln, which were .., ... ATTORNEY AT LAW Work Maelilne BelllnjT \ | J
roads to
the Committee on Claims] which was to be nr.adp good,' by'the increased! The receipts of the ,city railwaysin TIADISON, FLORIDA. "' dispatch .order fr and- r-Tpiiriae.IOD, ,*"ilh 1
I amount which demanded.. Amiiit for Whe'ler & Wioii.|! .. and''110"0" '
to. they i last ..
agreed J Chicago year were $650,000 ; PRACTICE IN TUB COUKTS OF 8C\VINGKIA< INES. '
The Indians hold! a warrant fcr 1.1 LWftjj.cor.cf r'i.rt! ,"s.. _'.e.? of rweusen: 13,000,000. WJU. Middle Cir uL! TaTluhaute '!:., POFDl r it .
Veo. :la, 18tJ-\t : Is..notd- i' \. .'. 1"