The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 10, 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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Holding Location: 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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. TOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 1866. NO. 45.:

ij&t Ii t "tiUd The juggler calls the little girl to I Webster and Calhoun, the very globe Florida's General Officers. Fading Away.The .

I him and begins to play with her, at may soon tremble beneath the treadof PATTON ANDERSON'' Major. Gen following is from the PlaRie,',

If rCDLISBBD BVBHTTuesday first gentry, then a little more bois- : armed men, and woes of the late eral in the Confederate Army, who, (La.) JBnnner : It is frequently observed -

' terously, until at last he thrusts her war may be trifling as tears of child at the time of the surrender, comman- by those who "make noto"

; ,Thursday and Saturday roughly under the basket, and tells hood, compared with that convulsive ded a Division in the Army of the of things as they pass along, that a ne-

,: it At Tallahassee, Fla. her he shall keep her there till she i is agony of soul which unmans heroes. West, is practicing his professionlaw gro women are rarely troubled with

,-'r, :' good. The little girl begins to whine Gen. Sherman, in external appear- ( ) in the town of Monticello. lIe infants in the last year or two. Thisis

: ; and remonstrate from underneath the ance tin unassiyning plain citizen, was an unsuccessful) candidate for an ominous fact. Few C
..' TERMS- : basket; the j juggler gets angry scolds has been in the city several d\ys.-: Senatorial honors during the last ses- have children and when negro they women

; 'j;: Six: dollar/r/* per Annum t Four her and tells her to hold her tonne, lIe left last evening for St. Louis, at sion of the General Assembly, having do their increase soon "returns to the
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: Hollar for Six: Month, In
but the little the hour with General John-
Advance. Single; Copies 10 else he will .whip her ; same been defeated by Hon. WILK. CALL. dust as it was." Formerly these

.. ';' Cents. one is unappeasable, and the quarrel ston for Cincinnati.) Gen. J. FINLEY, who comman- women had comfortable homes,
; until last the in a Both these gentlemen are vigorousand 1
I, goes on, at man, ded a brigade in Gen. Jobnston'sarmy employment plenty to eat and
'.:.;: HATES OF ADVERTISING, I paroxysm of anger, draws his sword active. Johnston, when his ro- is practicing law in Lake City, lived in families. Now they are
and thrusts it wildly into the basket. bust appearance was referred to, said where .be bas been sojourning since
F T. bo paid fop in Advance. wanderers and outsasts. When their
The screams of the child are heart- he bad more than his share of vigor. his removal from Marianna. He
,l,> (in..quar., (12 Nonp"ranna..,)or leu, for theflret children are sick they are neglectedand
.jl l ..rU..a........._......... ........ $1 00 rending, her yelli and cries agoniz- He wore a citizen' knit of plain black received a very complimentary vote then most of them die. .When
.1\ Each eubetqaeot toiertlon ............... 7S ing ; but time juggler stabs and stabs and singularly enough, a hat with for U. S. Senator, although we be- grown negroes are sick they have
;;, Ktlate and Legal Kotloei to be charged again, and works his sword about in narrow brim and round top. Ho is lieve he was not a candidate for the but little feeling for each other. The
'The itma ai transient adTertnemenU, the wickerwork in uncontrollable and therefore thorougly: 'reconstructed'Despite position.Gen. .
the is
inept; Notice of DlnoUilon a. Atlmln- the cbild'stoice all this he 'is daily mortality among negroes
fiendish fury. Then brusque, quick, FINIOAN: who,
com- the of
equal to
:, lilrttor, for which the charge lhall be. 18 00 ravages an unsparing
decisive in all he and docs. The
ceases, and just a heavy says manded a Brigade of Floridians '
Oliltuiry! : Notlcet and Tributes of Reiptot pestilence ; and yet no note is made
charged advertlieraouti.. sobs are heard ; then some fainter old soldier still crops out. Easy, Mahonc's Division, army of Northern of the astounding fact. Where are

moans, fainter-fainter-as the last polished and suave1' m manner, ho Virginia, is residing at his old home, the Louisiana who cultivated

THE SENTINEL gasps of a murdered child would bo won the regard of all who approachedhim. Fernandina-he was recently elected these fields,'and negroes performed domestic
-and then all is still. The juggler His room in the hotel was State Senator from the of Nassau
!Ie the only! paper la Florida ttint li published county labor in 1861! Nearly half of them
three llra.< a w.ek,and Ibaroor..trgrd.lu lab pulls his bloody sword from the bas- next that of Gen. Sherman. If flank by a unanimous vote. The Gen- are in their graves, and thousands of

) f .trlbtrith. nodla'L mean. of obtalntnir the I.* ket, wipes it, and composedly salaams. movements wtrc neither executed or eral is now devoting his time and en- the other half are traveling with excited *
tilt nw by telegraph! and mal!., and full re. Mem Sahib and her friends, are evaded at the Gayoso, iu dreams or ergy towards "reconstructing" his fal- and rapid to tho same

parti ofth New York and Southern Uarkiti. generally in a state of hysterical dis- in fact, we shall never more have len fortunes. (Gen. V. also comman- stopping place. > steps It is proverbial that

.f It the will Lt aim jUUtare.girt full The ropor.i Sentinel: of the furolibed proceeding touberlbere tress ; sometimes, indeed, the soldiersare faith in that human magnetic sympa- ded in the hard fought battle of tho free negroes of the Northern

with difficulty restrained from thy which evokes the wonders of Olustee.) States increased
at cb.lowOIt living ralei. haveonly by accessions I
tearing the man to pieces, especially spiritualism. Gen. E. A. PERRT.who at one time from the Slave States. In Hay

in one case known to me, when the commanded a Brigade in the Armyof ti they have decreased ever since
Captain of the company,himself qniv- VIRGINIANS. Northern Virginia, but who was they ceased to be slaves. In the b .
connexion with tha Sentinel, we have a so.p.rler ring in every limb with horror and afterwards placed oh the "retired list"in other West India islands where sla-
and rarled tauortment of new Cribbing the Hon. Henry Clay Dean of Iowa,
2terlat, and are prepared to execute every de- agitation, had actually to defend consequence of wounds received in vero has been abolished the same
Merlptlon of work In that Hue with neatnrii and juggler from the excited men. in a speech delivered at Hackensack battle, is practicing his professionlaw facts hold good. They are selfdoomed -

., .dtipateh. Also on bnnd a flue aitortment of How it might have fared with him('New Jerseys a few days ago, paid I ( ) in Alabama, of which he is a or immolated by their Republican

,f< Juki for printing In colon. Ojileri by mall or Heaven only knows, but on his giving the following tribute to Virginians : I I. native.Gen.. friends on the altar of "freedom."

<.o.zro.a... are a.will low receive an the preient prompt nttontlnn.high coot of Our stock prli a \peculiar cry,the little into girl the came cir- "I dare speak one kind word for WILLIAM MILLER, Brigadier They are fading away and will con
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bounding laughing in Joe Johnston's at Pen
A mat.rial.l Uoor and living will admit cf, and are the oppressed in the teeth of armyjresides; tinue to fade.
cle-coming from behind the soldiers> very sacola where he is' in the
, "below the Increased rate which rule ID otherElnni the Since Adam took engaged .
if hufllneM. though'every man was ready to oppressor. lumber and milling business as before -
she had him possession DO part Tho
that not
swear passed I the inauguration of hostilities.Gen. .
heritage has given to"man such an action of the radical revolutionists in
Hindoo Jugglery.The anoTcouldnot have'p ssed through ROBERT BULLOCK, who com
Now hundred years of history as that of Congress refusing representation to
the thick ranks
anywhere. manded a Brigade in the of the
Hindoo Juggler takes a dry how is that trick done It is nothing Virginia, beginning with the publiclife West is at "home again"army in Ocala. Southern States makes pertinent the

(J stick, plants it in a pot with some but jugglery from first to last- of George Washington, and end He was, one of the most inquiry, what do they mean to do with
earth and water, makes his invocations Torrin's ing with the surrender of the armiesof deservedly tho stars in the national emblem"flagof
as much,mere jugglery as popular commanders in the service
and .covers it up. In a short trick of live into Gen. Robert E. Lee. The great the free" 'so called' &c. ? Do they
sawing one pig i and was twice wounded by the bullets
time he the and behold orator Patrick whose to out star for each
removes cover, Robin's of Henry, spirit mean wipe a
or as pulling one pigeon of the (then)
1 the hassprouted. the Revolution and enemy. State excluded ? If should be
mango Again into two; but, mere trick as it is, it is lighted up great He is now Judge Probate of the they
he covers it up, and again he looks ; undiscovered hundreds of whose mild, sweet voice called armiesup afflicted with a relapse of the "Show
yet, though of Maiion.and has a large mer-
the has widened to full the and down from the county your colors" itch what must
; sprout : a shrewd, hardheaded. unimaginative, valleys cantile establishment besides in a poor
grown shoot, with expanded leaves and scientific Englishmen have seen mountains to defend New York, New Ocala. fellow do-run up bunting with all

:and forming blossom. Again, the it, thought about it, tried it-and Jersey and 'Massachusetts from the W. G. M. DAVIS, of Tallahassee, a or only part of the stars on it ?-
blossom has now fructified, and the been baffled-for a half dozen gene invader's hoof, was a Virginian ; Brigadier for a brief period early in "That glorious banner," under which
lie the mould.- who led those atrocious crimes have been
petals witheriug more
on rations.-All the Year Round. George Washington, the war is a lawyer by profession. com
the fruit is formed.- armies Thomas mitted within four than in
Again, fully p.. was a Virginian ; The last we heard of him he was years any
Again it is ripening and now again Jefferson whose soul encom- I equal period of history is after-afl
Sherman and Jo. Johnston.The great practicing his profession in the cityof ,
for the last time, the cover is removed passed the world and lifted its light Richmond.-Gainesville New Era. the prodigious effort to keep "all the

when ''the'mango., fully ripe, is Memphis Bulletin says :- upon a benighted ago to teach it lib. .. stars in their places," cut down one-

plucked ,from the tree fully grown, For the first time since his deposi-- erty, was a Virginian ; James Madison i TUB BOTTLED BUTLER.GeneralGrant's third by the same vile hypocrites who

and gracefully handed to the Mem tion by Jefferson Davis, Joseph E. who environed our rights by aflame allusion to Ben. Butler's being in the day of "bleeding Kansas"

Sahib to taste. In another moment Johnston met General Sherman evening of living fire, which the most I bottled up at Bermuda Hundred, marched behind 19 starred rags, and

the mango tree is the withered stick before last at the Gayoso illustrious periods in the past and is the occasion of some fun at Ben's sang songs in which the then proud

I,; it was in the beginning. Yet this is House.: It is needless to say that present century preserved unharmedthe expense. One writer calls him "Bot- emblem of 32 free, equal, sovereignand

a professional jugglery, a mere delusion the greeting of these soldiers was Constitution of the United : tled F. Butler," and another speaks happy States was branded as a

of the senses by manual dexter- kindly and cordial. Hundreds of cit- States-was a Virginian ; John Marshall I of him as the "t ork eyed General."- "flaunting lie."-Democratic (N. IT.)

J., -ity. izens called on these two Generals whose luminous mind, guidedby The circumstance reminds us of a Watchman.

t Another Hindoo trick is the girl whose genius lends brightest lustreto immutable justice, gave being to remark of Joe Johnston, who heldlIarper's .
and the basket. A circle is formed the annals of fratricidal war. By a most profound and comprehensive in the
Ferry early war.- THE LONDON TIMES.-It is stated
' ,?;' say of soldiers, standing thick and them the arts of offensive and defensive judiciary-the bulwark of American When reproached for leaving it as that this leading journa of the
serried the the child the campaigns were exhausted.- institutions the marvel of mankindwas
; juggler, the Federal troops advanced, he said world circulates than
basket, Mem Sahib's friend, are in the ,Through all future time, those who a Virginian ; Henry Clay, "they wouldn't catch him in the nose copies It was established 50,000 January

centre of the circle ; and the whole would excel in doing mischief to whose commanding majesty of soul, of a tunnel"-that is, between the 1,daily.1785 by fcJohn Walter in
scene, remember, takes place out of mankind,, will study each day's storyof drew after him, whithersoever he Potomac and Shenandoah;very much 1803 his son John Walter Jr. ;

.doors. The juggler, after goingthrough that ninety days of battle from went, one full balf of the whole moral such a position as Butler got into ceeded, to the, and, suc in
his less Dalton to Atlanta. No .two commanders and intellectual of America management;
.. exciting trickkeeping power between the James. 1837 ho in turn was followed by his
up 'a shower of balls with his I were ever more tireless and who did obeisance to his name, wasa -
John Walter the third the
Lands while he keeps up A shower of sleepless. If Sherman always moved Virginian; the Lees-Richard Henry A CHANCE FOR WHITE MEN.- ,The Times, has

rings. with his toes, perhaps at the to tho right place, Johnston never Arthur, Francis Lightfoot, Light- The telegraph gives us the following present secured publisher.Its immense influence by lit.

same time balancing a loose stick on did to the wrong one. And when a Horse Harry, and his illustrious son, glad tidings : "S n Trumbull gave merit
I enter-
:his chin-building up his Jointed long line of earthworks was abandoned Robert E. Lee-were Virginians ; notice of a bill to increase the power erary and accuracy, following
chiefly by faithfully
his forehead which extending twenty or thirty Thomas Jonathan Jackson the Freedmen's Bureau prise,
{ pole on up a great of the so as to instead of sentiment
leading public -
trained: goa.t runs and stands with all miles across tie country, and all military genius of the Western Hem secure freedom to all persons in the It its ,
yields proprietors a net
four feet on the top, on a space not corps and divisions moved inwardlyto isphere, born on my own native Mo-- United States and to protect every profit of about $225,000 a
half one's a common highway, as each The in the full of yeaf.-
so large as handpilingfour pass nongahela, was a Virginian. individual enjoyment When the secret last leaked out, its
or five water pots on his head, ed the point of intersection of routes, courts and legislatures and forums the rights of persons! and property." editor John Delane who
was was
with -a girl standing on the topof another fell in behind with the pre- and pulpits of ''every 'government on Hurrah for Trumbull and tne Bureau! associated with Mowbray Morris

:all, with which singular headdresshe cision of clock work. Humbold's the continent, have been adorned by White folks are rising ; and we trust the Besides a host of re,

dances about the circle, juggling head was never so full of maps as Virginians. Their blood, shed in that the time is coming when, if a manager.there

his balls as usual, or stringing beadson Johnston's of charts of .northern noble defense of liberty has fattened darkey in blue kicks Brownlow off porters, with, a sub are numerous editor at the departments head
thread with his after Georgia. and their bones have he the kicked
a tongue- every valley, the pavement, can of each.
holding a staff in his waistband and Would that such men may never bleached on every mountain from complain to an assistant superintendent .. ..
letting his brother juggler swarm up again: hard occasion to exercise Bunker Hill to the City of Mexico." who will make a. speech on the

it, lay himself all abroad on the top, matchless skill in winning glory at occasion, and tell Sambo "as how he Joseph Parker, of Stoneham

legs and arms flying to all four quar- the cost of human cost or human anguish /3TFrorn Louisiana more discouraging hadn't ought to do so-unless he Maine, is 90 years old, and has one

ters, and the body ,balanced only on yet, while mankind have wars, news is received in regard to wants to.-Nashville Gazette. hundred and five grandchildren and

one part of the stomach-after these"I warriors/ ust be pre eminently great. the Freedmen. In the Parish of Terre a' great grand children. Nine of them

and other kindred displa he comes More Jfban this, unless American Bonne all the freedmen were leaving 3TWoman is said to be a mere went to the war and eight of thom

to the finale of all, tile pI l and the statesmanship rise to the standard of for New Orleans, and most of the delusion, but it sometimes pleasantto returned, all but one without a

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"" ulltltnllonat'Incn'd.ulent. : Ilossnet.JAQDF8 the insults of the: mob, I ihe agitations of '
91" IC rnoV.! D. 'YULir./: :/ The Now (

\, '0fi tirrtttlfCntin.. t;' WA IICellt: ,, de:)patch from Washington ,\ iiFMQUK BoBSOHT, bllrt1 nl Di, flight, the perils uf.ten 1lentnuus sea dRrcll \(.

"!" r.. says-thhan oiiginnljlcttcr; from lion. D,. \ The important proposed amendment to jon,.'A. UrflG27p\'as lhe greatest; pulpit; or- in vain, the i-nl'erpike of IOi'I'llf! com. i t Mage

I, 'r r :r YAIIAb,571"' : Ii: : :; L. YtLEE, then U.] S. Senator fiord Florida tin( Constitutiop to- fix a new basis of rep- ator Fiance ever produced. He 'wa the of desl i air, the], agony nf Impotent. te- .

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 166B. ;, wrlllcrt Ijcfo e the \.first act, of resrntaiton: and taxation; -wtt-chv'as reported special;fayorito of Lenfglh'efFouiteentji1wh'o"fon'n7fl ; I sol\-du\ ( tie fece of OYeifoweling' destiny, "

itbellioii: and detailing the plot arid}jlan] to 'the House of RppfrsBntatlvesf i "' id him! ; nn ablo 4 Supporter of a luisband's bloody t1 d, the room nines

Agents t foi J? the FloridaSentinel.Mr. Of seceisiottbaA|$ keen )placed! In the hands: i oni tho ReconstructioiV :doruni; tlee on lire Divine 1 vilthL. ,of. Kingj! and passive of a ,tojnl widow" ; Insulted by the 11I0.1'.

| l>. JJ, tytwirjnt> ; Quiney.\ J I I of the gmeintnrnt.iutlioi-IlK". !, and I" ill the 22d:! of January, and.IlclIIIM'; obedicncn! iu the snljecl.. This remnika-\ frenzy of the Froudei, her country pWp .

|>ljf. THOMAS' JfcXKia: at Madison.' \ be \I''ed in e"\'ld'"ce"f' the ttlal of JEFFERSOX under consideration in every day's ees- bleinan ,wns to the pulpit' what MIUABBAB of l'\iI'! Such woo the vicissitudes, .
.-,I ss\\'<: I>nt\v & IUKL6Y, at Jacksonille. I ion since find sent. back to the com j- Fiance. entitled, to be '
: : DA\'I$.' was was to the! Fornm nnd,the assent this! datiah'er: tif ,

\ Cu.1).J.'I'AVtaf: { a': reinandina.fTOIaj. \ We do not I believe that any letter from mitten on Tuesdaytu again reported to bly. lie devoted himself to God /nW the called 'le reine- malheni; e' and! whose I

\ V, C. BAR at Gainesville.\ Mr.:1 vLCF, tot.fl 1 big "tho] plot. nild planof ] the House on W t'llnesdaylllst by Mr. STKVEJ.B Church by receiving: LILA tonsure at. tell musing was! ns boundless as her ,fortune. .

'Oil''. c: E. Juimisos, at Monticeljo.Sir. ;secession written *C/IK the electionof with that poitlon I'elatito! laxat jenrs of age, and,at thh'll'ertIns a Can' Such a theme to the 1 mind o?. BOSSOKTwas .
W..Ii. STEOMAS at Ci'iitieville. : ( lion sltlckdn out and after further dis: ,' : ; l' ;
:' Mr. Lisooif, has'been or.can be produced "or) of the Cathedial of Ietz. A sixteen, truly moving and cAlled forth It

To; Printers and Publishers lflti Mr." LINCOLN'S. election, cusslon'was adopted by, over tvto-thirds he preached! In crowded, < In Paris < prodnction that is said to have staggered:

\ : "' : most of the. lending men of the South, vote;tlim'o'being one hundred and twenty astonishing every one by !his eloquenceand the, iiiibclicviiig soul of OIBIJO.V, .
Uiv'CJJ 1 u,1argolotof I in the affirmative to 1.1 ty-six In the negative. .....
and. In fact, most t of the PEOTLK, were in Biblical teaming: nt so early on aao. ZIllillliliatl.According
It makes the whole population of a :sell "' .
PRINTING MATERIALS, coibultation and correspondence as to Among his enthusiastic ndn'iiieia here i alily
Stale, excepting:: Indiana not taxed and to HIP ;'Jelegiaph 1 lepoit' ,
I offer for wile, FOK CAS; tho following nrtl the proper Mops to be taken to assert the !treat Gpneials COlD( anil fcub.v.NK, .
cits at the tights of the, Soutlip-n States: in (II'ont persons dopiived of the elective franchise null the Cardinals Uij Bot'iLLo.v, and ,he Emperor NAFOIROH will withdraw hislruups
t One-haU"Manuflcturcrs': Prices. on (account of ace or Color,; the basis of Lt.t' fromInxicn, ]iiovidpit.oui' Goveinnipul -
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of tie Union ThH! is now termed was finally appointed" to pieach: lIe
Out WASHINGTON lIA\ D 1'UEfcS, Blrt> Jfo lorriesentatiun in Congress. Mr. STLvis \\'ill' 'e strict tipntinlity.Piecent .-'
half, the the King. preset :
3. hi good order incipient tien'on, ]probably ,
i *,Cliie' WASU1M31:! 'ON 71ASD FtESS, elro No. then! in FJoiMa: i are as guilt under this took occasion du.lng the' jebnle. to Thebhe LE Dirt, fur twenty years 01'dei( 1 s and nets of Pi esidpnt Jons-

.450lbs.* 2, \In ImEV exi-Hli-nt 1 Kit ordir, head, an Mr. Till: one of their Representatives ( allude to Piesidcnt, JOIINSOX in seveie language hits: private si'Ustaiy, published some inteipsling son give tl e nppeaiance of stionq; pinbnbilily -

e ; KOIU.') I iot.0 CMAI1 nuMEn.MwllUw PICA. ; in Congress, who obeyed the' tel wing him "that man at thtotlifftHil facts in relation to his character : to this undeinlandijigoi,. ,.aiiangeir.pi \ ". r -

', 1:: foe to .1011 TY P1L. Injunctions of Legislature, resignedhis of the .Ivtxve," ehMS\as 1,111I11th un- his'appeataiee/ his manner of coin- ,!. 1 I
-JO fonts DISPLAY: 'IYTE.C11ES. : LE.41H, Fe!: before warrantable Intel ference In the legislation ] and his Per icntro. the English; papers received -' ,
> <<: : DAbllKS, KULI.3 seat and returned home long pc.silioii eloquence.] T''esa' pub .
MIL'KU, andln fail vterthing' iiicu-biiry ol Cuugl ll'bs. and with acts such as, a licalions by the last steamer, give llill I'I'rlll1c /
of icbellion. have
In Krttintr out a paper twlco the l7o of the "tie first ret recently bl'elbl'olllht\ to
_! _______,_ L_ would have king
: few centimes aol, cost liberal counts and ruinois. The) 1'aiis correspondent
tUljum'IItIJ'j -- -- light and edited b) a Caihol'c; uf.
", Tn prlit'jr W -A.Florida SHonEn hciitmil.f TILe''t Vagrants" (Joining:. of Eusa1llllis:! head He said the nuieud- the, Gall:can Church. ) of the London Timci, umlpi date

--._.. ---- ---- The Jacksonville Times of /the,8lh says : mel:would.! be adopted by Congiess and Tire follow; details of his maiinpi: ol
of the under! WEBSTER of the], I'reedmen's sent to the Le islaturi-8 for ratification
-', JXoticc.-iMirlng the nlncnce "Captain composing!;, his seimons 1110 t' not he "The !a.neuiniPirfaip" IIn"t\I)' 'Rfll\ut tho
i.gnwl; !, the, 'bloh''OI.'flJ.'s'IIinel. OILiu will nurennl\lIived her on Thursday] commissioned CUll if the Ticsi'diiil did not choose to tign the, state of i| afliins;, in Mt-MCii, *> il I n\ nit:
h'' bo conduc'uliby", ilr J, )1. Doir, Eaitu, In to gntler' nil the vagrant ill Mr. STKVK.NS snake! excitedly, and nninteicsiins! even at this late da111." wilt I I- mill much anxiety tit' uruval of the treat .
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black about the city and take his 'remarks nlltllllolllll'r caused
population a .sensation '
t \VM. A. SI1OI3L11 the generally niceived Uoi!; of ihp Oath; .
1 IIP Liiiidnn Stir: or the ;tCll\, save :
.r Taltulia wi't,. t'eb. 10, 1869. them! to 'AJlahaisel') be' placed] at. setv in1 the House. The following is the F, &
"clficy of ni'c : I Wflnvp I. hen nil nn nnihniitv whith vvpii21'das >
1 S'S -- re on t 11anta.ions. amendment : "lie d.T-hcd; Ujiiillv, d"lI'n' on pnpi'i : ic'iablc! '! that the Kinjieiiir; ] of
S*, t1. lIon. TERHJIAMJ l :d.EDlm, U is i; well: known( that there have been, "Repiesentativos Mull bo appo tinned lexis, cUntions nnd I arnutentsst\itable\ | ] m 1)1']) fl'lch, hn1posilively, hit hunted tin

A bet of Cow'!ellS fium this State. left furi for six; months past;moioidle and vagrant among the several States:;' which I lay be lhesultlectnut, occasion ; on thennun, the CnbiiiPl or Wnslnnalon! his vvilltn'wjlhdiaw : ,'! '>4

i Washington on Tuesday via Jacksonville I: negroes in and around Jacksonville than included within this Union according to hag nf the ,day rIll w'bi< h JIP I v as t 10 pi each ; ]his: troops front' MI";'( <:0 II}
Savaunah. their icsjicclite!' numlieis, coiinlina! the he nicdilnted, deeply uu thl loiuh! d''II'] idly moment mi ciititlii' ion that' the (Inv,.
''and, ; I in any other locality:\ the Slate, for the whole number of persons in each State, input, dt-Vfliiunj! | his .asq.u"! vin his pinmont (It'' iii,' Vnilod! ;tatoa ,''UoV.t tie:
.,.'" -, --'-Gainesville" -'- Bra very good rensi/n that the! Goveinment has excluding Indians! not. taxed ; provided, W'rid' 1-wiiling: 1.(' foit-il di/,ti.ic'e; ,| hit: L'/. i'I'llf Jlp.\itii." '

i Iota l1 c ATIl'he is been furnishing: them all this limo 'I ilh whenever tho elective franchise shall bu I mind -and in I this wily her. |Parsed' in 'n- 'i'he London Sl.i( ;,' ,iiug- Gaete\ -i>f tiro'15th ] ,1\' :, .
sa) H : We are happy' to say our Stale: regular tatiui.s (1'uoal: FOSTI.U has dcteniiined denied or 1In lamed:: ill nn)' S nlo'un i account tally through his "I1I1It,,"' twit m, threes] *
fast filling up wilh hutuigiaiits from all of lacooi: color, nil persons llieun1 tittles, leudiiiiz! the piper Ix-fmu him "<1.1\ says
Is of lle1 01 1J daily. They are elctme. to lefoim! things down thel c, and of such lacior cnloi shall be excluded altering and/ ill1J1I.ving"! us ilinisli dn "l'hf'' Kmpi; loj; i is nnder-frx( hp d 1p-
5 pai this is the w ny to do it. Whether the lazy liointhe! basis of lepreseiuatiun. whole! were wrilten. B.IBSI-KP; never Ro', termiit"d lo suppntI.Isxhili.tn; ninl not
.- Our ( eople: I leceive then gladly] loafeis and vagabonds around Jackson This last innovation on the Constitution ci'ndi'd the p'nlpit\ without hnvinj! pii j. |to 'viihdiaw' hie.tin'lw'| Tlie IWlIliilltnr! :)
nud oC'er) 11.C4J: every enccuingenieU to into' ,)I'nstl'ated hnnselt no the toot of his \vth\lifUnHudSuus:: June 1 Jvtl In dr3nite -
ville politely termed fiei'drneiare! diffeis: fruit the one peviously l ro-
aLiJe and remain! w uli us. I wuciiK! to itiiplme]" the iJivine nssstani! C!" tesat{ ." .
---:-. __ I willing to work or not, tlieio is a fine [>oited fiom the cnuiinitlee of fifteen in ho I.eqitcntly: di'vunred with !nut" niten 1 'I It is tppoited; : that JI'.Timllinnbad t1l11"

::i'GEN. STEBL1: .)0 PRICE. -A letter fiom i opening fur them on the plantations of leaving out all allusions to direct taxes: linn soiup passages' of the Gospel.! On one I vainly: nttonipii!:I to rt: ;e.' nn'Hh' luau.I .

''Gen. PRICE, written from his new home Middle and West. Florida, and they must not changing the], Constitution in that I tea III' nllIu wtic-i:, h<> had to }pr e'nch mi lip -., -' ",-- '

) Mexico, giving! a glowing but no doubt' now""take; up ihe shovel and the line," |,iect. The effect of the amendment is "I and UcL.iloEUi'le..dIilh, IIP threw a vice]1iwceii''iii!' quire'hU{nq:; kites with I, '1'11,:) F'rst'eSn: 'rt r.1f:" eal.t.S1Occsc 'J'.

truthful description of the conntiy, will and go to woik and earn their !living, as simply) ] to exclude: from the basis of I't'W! etnnlinn, fl'oflllhp Baukut Exodus, h"w I c. t':cOrltt.;

be found on, the fourth page:; of to day's white folks do.THE < reseutation all tu whom 'the electhll the pl'"I,- of lsiat-1 tiemhlfii wlic'ii they& I Th Chinch: 'J 'uroal! <,,I'a late_ ila.! .:piajr. .

( ...... saw 11\1111&'n.l1llil'& ; Icluuinss curd thmideis "The doci'.ivp.HlPli; ling been taken the
]pater. We have, no doubt that the let- -- franchise is dei.ied or abridged: on account !: & by
}'ALJOF TSJE COXIXDCKACV. ; of Sinai, iheVedoiiV.od! : s"m>d, of the )
ter will induce speedy and extensive- of i ace of colut. l'n\1l1 the Kishop of' Gpoisin' who" ns the 1 pVi-xidii'j( \ : :
tiimpct, voice fruit the
ig'alicn: to that: portion: of Uex'co.'! The Radical] press of.ihBNoitU ,count cloud upon ihf, iliinnt. In the pulpit his Dishop (>f ihe S'III\1II"11\ ASMIC! ij ed:)t''ocrsc ; -

---,--- satirical Poem, a homo production, ve-j certainlyupon! the ratification of mijesiio mien and. Leming imfioieil,l :a sib ; his/ hire best' right' to spiak: (D/il] I I

Leon CI'i mina1 Court. with the above title, made Us appearuco this and other amendments of the 'Con- 1 ut attp.avlncli! those tilt h.ive: n>en fi.s; nnd whose 'voiciwhen' )Jut< ppcJks- .
The County t Criminal Court'was iu session in our sanctum yesterday and is havinga bust in Ihe fjimrie cm: \oil: reali.e! His[ .'
y stitution by tIll ::Soutlioin Stales undei ilf-refit, the host |'intpi'lu'| His wi'lilielius
ofsever-,, )pre natnely gray, clime>d dnwnIn ]
on Thursday, and disposed great "run" among:; our 'citizens. The the pressure of e\ctusioii from: the Union his sl.onld"is ; |his; ryes cast ulanoe ; 4 of. indpSLiibiibliny] ; nod ..ihnnktulnrsH )

al cases -two freedmen being::: convicted author's name does not. appear upon the and military rule until tJetc'rms of 1'1'- beneath Inn well ached"evs. hums ; his that( weliy belnuour "ifuileis I ,I

"of horse-stealing and fined two hundred title but his! be 'established nose was amiaihne. anl1, dl
page, identity' can admission imposed by the 'pat)' at pies- 1'01'1IH'11 ; l&s&: the 'iUcitl' : lellt-i! on Ih"1.rIJj"l'l, n essi'itlo
and one hundred dollars respectively.] ] readily enough by of the 'ci aft' face was oval! ; his cheeks :ti.ii.Ijt nod
any ; the Bi.hna':
eat iri porter, me complied! \Ii Kh. We shaven his mouth : liNhop Hopkins! pit-Mdiiig' : .
fieedman( ; sriacefuilv cut. nnd in 1'
Another was tiicd for violatingthe in Tallahassee. There are several excellent l. rett
: think they "count without their host" if his upper lip n slight III1'UIDCholIle 0: the Chin! in Uu- United Stales' andby

5th Section! of the ".\ct in relation to hits in it, and a good-deal of truth intcjd they expect to coerce any Soulhein Slate somewhat. of a mar)nrl air not nnb c'-'mina him fiivuudi-d! Iu u> 'foi, pubhc-itiou."

contracts of colored peisons" young in an easy and quiet way, conC<'I'n'ng into the adoplion of the amendmont but to one pie, ouinieiitly I leTindad: m the The fol: >l >l hug !is (the aUII"I\cl'llf'il' \:i toter-
woman under contract to Mr. J. It. matters' nnd'things and persons in Confederate militant: leader ,\f tn' chinch! whose si.
they are welcome to try, the cspeiimciit.: clod, symbol> l, HIP cross, ,litll'l'I'II'JM hibieast. -, ted \lo-: ,
carried off
BRADFORD .of,this city, being time, especially the men' of "rank"tvlo
His action ai first was iha-illled SAVANNAH: : DrochfE op thOIlIJI4:
toMr. MEBKITT'S place in Thomas coun- made good thing" out of the war, Mail Service ill Flol'h1a. andieseivedj( i he cttntined himself to the To tie, fightllevoreud; Jmis+, D.D.

fy,'Georgia. It was 'bhovvu that the had and the men of wealth who never got into ihe proposal of M<'bSIS." If umih, nnd notes before linn gradually he wariuc.l lJi6l>1jJ'of for JJiocne 'of T ".yiiiitciliour .

IJrE'tioubly'beell under contract to MER- the fight. ]But passing! by alt that, the Skipper!( of Vei. 'lion, in Washington county I with emhiuiu.111 Ins subject seized; the his lira cun'aainu:: of his&{ fsv.: Aln DBVK llno'ruia : In;

ntiT., The riondiuii'i report. of the case author comes down to the present tine has been accepte to carry the mail: ed their rising: enunion ; the*is routed; heualc.i-;;tau P11rsa.tr'ceuf-th\ .. fifth 'lesn'iuionuseif'' ( '

bays : and the actual condition.. of things. We twice week lIeiwf'en( Manannn and Mil- i ces ot a thousand eyes excited: haw: witha at the second Council of IV PruVPhtintCp ..
"The Judge was asked by tho counselfor suit divine( !->c'ipal' Church: in trip! tarp' Con fe.l.'iate. !
quote : ton at $3,500, and proposals for canyingthe < fl"lIzyhis; notes became .
the accused to instruct the jUI'Y, (inltra "Xow If they'll make 'tho fl1elmen'fork, mail between 'Qumcy and Chattahoo: a bur t'll and a hiiidiance., : with Impel Slates: which cunvnneil' i ill Angil-ti, Ua., t
NoxtMiiber S.h.) Hj',1;( :; lip'ifby give'
to shirk aidoiir Im : ; von'
(A tiling they ore dlepopud ,) mnis ubaniloiip himself to the
!.) tbatBiadford's contract not being in And keep their contracts whui they make them, dice, three times a week, for $500, have inspiration ot the moment withhepjes r.llici'llnOllice.' undei luv bawl nnd seat of

Accordance with the requirements the (Ann AI jet 1/11,the tiny ratcula ulmont thrl'lIlno'Whon \lwn8 breuk them,) also! been nccepte'd. No pioposahrhave: ot the soul he watched, the s 'ellin<; the l )iiiuiip.ii, i fray :withdrawal from

statute, the accusedcould not be legally caught with oilier -opo'd! B\\lne) been received fur catiylns the mail(l bo heal Le of Ins ln-aieib ; their& concent a'.ed tint: Kcclesiast: ] : C'-nfi-dpialion., ( and of '
of the crime with which bet And l'Ulu.b In a duo degree emotion became his "w'n he felt uulnn the le-iinniii of rite DiflC.' ,convicted j All other lurto of larceny, 'tween Chiltahoochee and Maiiauna di- himself the collected ; orators with the PuilPS'ant I Hjiixcopal:>i Ch.irch: in '
blood' charged, It would bo jut to all concerned; sect by the of night of the the Un:ted Stales; Amer.ca.: '
; or way Bainbiidge.:;: nhuse 1
And if t&e"d do 1I1'n lie 'durned' and mart) is essence, by CXji''Tte) judge ,refused to give> the: instrnc4,101 If I care iiiiKle drot The Jacksonville Times, whose editor is repeated communion! he had uboibed Must since,'e'y' do I ti-ist that all Ihu'
hether they take us back or ",, .'. Dioceses mny- lie, noon battling, idebJ'
:; s asked iu behalf of the jiiisoner. 1 menu uo dial, 'eajl rot at all Post.often and 1 Mail Agent, slates! that into himself; tV.i.i flight:: to flight he as- side for the very of Christ in*
cause the
:The lesu] of ,the, ti'.al: was a conviction But I'm utmost That is, I foil' to much rcnttou sliaighl up.vaidi. and dragged the
by the jUt v and flue of ono dollar The About the rcorgnni2.itloiivAnd were not. generally acceptable, but grad- contemplation uf his audience along whit rapt Given; under'my hand niul the seal nf

County Sol. iLur staled: duril. the progress ;- 'I'hlaru been\ BO nearly tnulibeJ worried and outfod nut: about, ttally from that time to the ptesett, touts him! ill its ethereal flight At such tunes, the Episcopal' this. :31 January A. D.

\1 i>f the cause tint: l he asked no more Why, hind almost t rather )m\e a muster acts have been made until now all the says the& Abbe La Lieu, it t-eemeil as 18156. '
A gentleman/ like 00".1-, STEPHEN'): ELLIOTT,
than lJtllo... law should' ba' indicated ; '1'liua> tu orinue, and whole, and beg, In vain, Important routes penetrating the Slate the ugh the heavens were aisLied and Bishop of Georgia
and That they would lake tia back Aualu, celestial joys were about to descend upon .
under' the ctrciiimtances of the case Wblcb all arc now diapo'cd to do, from the north have been supplied! and these t eJUltnu souls] like. luiuues of W. IlARRISOXt, .
would bo cOlllt'lltlitb n 'mese nomiinlpunislmietit. (wave old Tpin, cress.and hit orow.)" wi'.hlhe exception of one link of 28 fire on the Day .of Pentecost.; At oilier :hecielaiy:; Diocefe of Georgia.

j ; & 'Ihepiinoner' d',chat g 4' miles mails established throughout times, heads bowed; with humiliation, .r -
t7: Several cases involving the light are A RICH BALE OF eoTTol'he Air
:ed on j'ajuieni: of the line and costs! of the State from Jacksonville pale u plumed faces! and streaunng eye<(,
of States to las shareholders National lips paited, with biJken' ejaciilaiions' of gn-ln Constitutionalist has the following! :
'.protecution' an-ountlug,- to 17. We uu Banks are on argument in the SnptcyneCouit. la. All that I is now wanted to secure safe despair, silently'tea titled, tl.at the spn-it ofrepentance Many cotton bales living in New
rHan'l I that his, counsel, Mr. I'BCLER, and efficient. service is Postmasters at hud breathed on a hardened be'
.. They arisu\ on writs oC error to, many Yor bare to oiPibaifled, ,dirt and ,
prppnses: to take up the ,caso to the Circuit the different points. heart. stained cotton thrown, out, and then re-
the Court of Appeals of New' York, by
.. Court by Writ of .En or." .1'onsacola has now a daily mail from Mr. WEBSTER has said that eloquence Imletl., The other diy' two Hhoieis in
the Second Xational Bank of Utica. and
_. dischaiae, of this duly lound in ore of
the T otth via and also from "must exist. in the man, tho subject and
A United Stales officer writes two Albany banks. Mr. Evails, of Npw Mou.tgomery the bales twenly-evpii thousand dollars
:j'ry" There
:Mobile. Tallahassee has a daily coinn the occasion. no instance On- of lliem
YOlk 'that York, Mr. Reynolds and Mr. Tremain. of; (gild. proposed' to the
News Oouftfleiata
the New munication with Macon and Columbus via probably la history inhere these requisites olher to divide\ and Keep' mum, but the
Albany, and Mr. wick. of Syracuse
:prisoners were badly] treated Elmira. ? lIll'nde'l!) the oilier said he would report to Ihe "boss"
Quincy and Albany and also by way of weie so highly, as ,on occa-
life 'S that. Qua c-f the ten or eleven] Appear for the banks ; and Mr. Parker; funeral The purchaser of the cotton claimed the.
tR Moaticello Thomasville end sion of BOBSCET'S oration 'on the
of and Mr Kennn of Utica defend and dn.I1ywil and the Keller claimed .
received at Blniiia Albany> gold, it because.
,thousand prisoners ,,
: death of IlENBiBTrA, Queen of tho unfortunate
Jacksonville. the cotton was not deliveied fI''r, '
three thoiuaud lie buied .in the right. of lh& State to impose the nnd
'over now ) tax. The tho"tu Oa the Gulf, mails are catrleQto /'Key Charles I,, of England. The 01'a- other tensors, and probably the court ,
the cemetery laid out lor Unit purpose argument against : was will decide to whom this lich mine
I be-
West, Tampa, Apalacblcola, Bairancas lion isdesciibpd as passing; grand. Hoi-
opened by Mr. Reynolds; The question longs. The chaser the twuja-
the '
near tow n put eavo
New reviewed. While in
and Peosacola Mobile and Orleans misfortunes are her
.. invohel is awry important one, and the borers four hundred dollars. each Ill .,
6 ErvIIRT's are loi.ig made "iu the Virginia case excites much interest. on all military and nAval transport' !). cradle, her father Is t'ie' vic h101 au greenbacks. '

g .l L4gislature: to oust. the, present. U, -----p .. --.- assassin's dagger'; In her youth her wit It Is silled that the bale of cotton; referred -
SEVEN petroleum wells were burnett at. to was shipped' front KnoxviMeks;! '.
S.BenatoYs '' and were the theme of universal .
; so as to elect. (lol'lervont [ Gen Sherman has written a pri- grace
Petroleum] Centi! on the,31st, all on the ; government cotton.
and John Minor Boils, "Gen.l is talk- v9te! settee to a prominent gentleman in BenuekoiT Ruu About. twenty thousand admiration, and inspired ,he happiest

ed of,for Governor, 'yjiglnia at the nest: Columbus, Ohio,')!) which ha takes strong barrels: and the machinery. were" destroy auj.uiies. At bi\teen,he was married to Thn assent of Queen Yictoui: ,.to the

election.. : grounds against interference !in the ed. a young Prince of the House of Stuart, betrothal of the: Princess HahuA auj, s
tljO"! i ,1 < ._" Mfxlcan 'Imbi glib. who how for the first limatas tho'iuler- I Prince: Christian of A ugusleiilHii':g, Prus.

&TBE Oieeinvodd. plautation belongingto TBBEE respectably dressed women itor of three crowns. But, alas for human din, Is officially luomulgatecl' : The
I were detected Ut. the Executive: Mansion Princess I In the thill, daughter:; of the
Ged.'Bi axlon Bragg: has been confls'cntedtby A new style of dressing! the hair foVesightl ;The daughter, wife and ,
W clipping pieces from the! curiams Qf the\ Queen, and h in her twutlethryear! ,
tbejUnitedStaesCourt -! !Iii c l1l'd''the Zeb .a'"t is all the ia9 now in i East 10011!.' They were arrested and:U- mother of Kings ku'ev almost every foioi while her.fut, u,bu-bluil isiuiis tbirly-j
Maf..m.nr os.i) V. .3: ,traits: ,fl.. ..few Yolk'/ :.vor.JMC.c.: to dr \"', 41 keD to the police station house.; ofhuman .ms r-th .fury'. or revolt] fOIlT b. ,

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r'1 BY'TELEGRAPH.Soiuiioiii' a"Washington j t Hows.. DEATH or EitPHAtm NOTT, D. D.-.Albany DRUGS DRUGS !' &" ALLEN

... : > : Jauuary 29.\ -Elip'ialet' Nntt, D.D"Pre.ldl'n *
SUBtitVISIOX Oil TUB COMHITIBB Of!. HE-. of Union Collie, died!. this J, 4
..M.. Treasnry CI .. '- .HISTRUCTIONr rooming, et three o'clock, in the ninety- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 1'1 ."t*'

1III..ra'il11''i' to be '('nxc(). Time Joint Committee{ on KociMistrnc-1 third year of his ftcu. lie had been for hAVE NOW IN STOUti1.! .:.P,

V 'Lion Imi, fw previously stated in these 8Ixty-t 'I'I' years. President of Union Col] -. ----- "
WASHINGTON. I't'h.A circular hos djspnjches, been divided into' live subcommittees lege. \_ '
r '. leen issued ffum the Treasury Ifcpait* --_ Tlic llaladsotllestASSOItTMENT
of throe tnemuou each.- Largest and
neat resclnUnlt foiincr 1 orders In relation These RIO ns follows't 't.-rIt appears: that five hundred+l LARGEST STOCK .' "

lo the tnxiUi.in of mRnufacII1l'Plll\l'LlclE's' 1st. Senator I'MieiiJeii an<'S Johnson,. and fourteen emigrant vessels .
In t the liiitnU of inaiiul'acUiipri in 'the and Rept enMV.1 alive Stevens, to whom is arrived New York during the III the State of Georgia OF ,
Southern Slates which have hitherto been
led business of thecummlLtel'
Pili rll time general /
exempt| from Lax.ulollrlpl': the lal of examination of past year, carrying200,03: : passen
and the !
:.Match/ such ailiolos will be subject lotl" sons on the condition uf the South ai per a gers. In 1804 the number of emigrants ... .- -..... ... .. -

[ <' prescribed laleJ of taxation under whole. t was 182,910.! I DRY GOODSKVni

,' I the Kxclae Law, no matter what tuny be 2d. Senator Grimes and Representative ttVGs, 1111itfiICJNEc, (!tt.ernicaty, :-
the due\ of their manufactuie.CONGUESSlpXAL and 0 'Mar whii make theretimined L ._.." v" '-' -'- .11 fi Patent MoitI'niBBeK "'. 1111111''rtuIIII'II....
Binvham( ,.HilfKlcnl/ ,rnatMinienli, Dye StulTrt' ,
investigations as to Temiwwe. OBITUARY. b.III\'orlol/l1xlrnrt' A.O. &o,
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? : O 'FEltIm'IWlt' SALE IX '
NEWS 3d., Senntor: Howard Sun llepteselita-( Halo Aent| for Itnlmhiil'l'n'; Kxtntnt of Bitch"ti : FLORIDA -
lives Conklhi and Khiir 'II hn collect evidence r>iio, *t her rofllilonoo In V'ldlnoii co., pin., on Hiirnaparlllii.\ (( Ajer's l'ri-iinitlon' ] : ?")'110'1 ,, '/'
WASIIIXCTO'.V: : Feb 5.-In the ITousec Jsnuury29th, MrI. C. F. BEMIS, in the 28th I'rcpnrntliiini, thus St. omill/l"/ hitters and ,' ,.
South Carolina
ipspoctiiig Yiiginfa, rreparatloiiK, Ilonflnnd'n, Oernnm BIU"Oloek'l"lIlr ::0;
lo-ilay, an aiupiidtiipnC to the rules was and North Unroliiw.4th. Jcnrof her IIgo. ". 'ur'I'homp.emu's and I'hiilmi'a Hair ". I' ",
olfeted nml laid( on the table, to set apart Senator Harm and Represontalives When .A uLolI n the "area Uoftjior'1 gutters I''pllrllllonll"I1'ullot Artietes, \II'Hlronxth.unliiK / Con
one day in each week for tin consideration Morrill'and, : : iWmvell, to examine Into bin gnrncr ho bt-irdod gruln," we feel Unit tho 1'hiKterii trade nod all other 1'iitenl Medicines/ before iHHng iiv'parl> oi'Brown (

of public business, to to bo called witnesses I egnl(ling the situation: in Georgia II was ready l for time. hnno.it, and bow In sub-
the Wliiio nil's Lay.) Alabama Mississippi! and Arkansas. mlmlun to the stroke) But, when In Spring time and Bleached Muslins,
'esoliuiiin' Was'olTeied to iii'sfrucl the Ctti. Senator Williams and Representatives or Bummer the tender buds or >wr.t flower, 1 f .. \

coin mitt eoon tecoiisiriiclion to cminiie Wnshb'irnaud l lloaers.who are making which bright and bonutify "thle viile of team," Tho moilexlonsi\e and coinplulu, stuck of Jaconet, "" rs '

into the expediency i-i levying a tax on Lie'uece sary infinity about JTloiida, ar out down by hills xlckle.kvun," oh, how i .
the rebellious States, in older to defray uuihiiina and Texas. Lard to roslgn them without\ a mui tour. '
the expenses of kt'l'pin1f' a standing One or more of these committees is 60 peculiarly Bud Is the above amiouncomerf PAINTS, ani'a

.,.' r ILl Uly among them to keep the peace. in session for about two hours every morning lor it recnrdt tint the young wlfo, and mother, : ..
1 '1 Loom House! lesitinml the consideration ; that on Tennessee being particularly mid only daughter' of aged pnrenli, Inn pinned nnd ill'n, ,riilnti-f Vnrnli-he Materialii' Froneh to .ba Ino,found Oiiliiri fh, any ArtlntB1 Her.' Swiss. flinillns; .' ,

of the bill extending the powers of tho busy. .",a1- linn" \the Houth, and at nrlous which iiiau- ,
Krcedmen's' Uniean. At amendment w"s "To the land of factor bloom, I OTKLT DllPr COMI'ltTtTIO.V. Canton Flannc

adopted that its ojier' uions be confined to T TilE NATIONAL DEBT.WAslltaa'roN Beyond the ekli'i", beyond the tomb." .: .
thui :Stale: \\hoio the habiai coiytti Is Feb. 2. The leRular Kxttr UOBBRTI w;is n nutivo of llcsufort Dla. GLASS.F.v'ry '
I T't
suspended.Jn of the National dehtfUI' trlot.8. 0., but nt an early nio left that State, and ,
,, the :Senate, Mr. Fesseu+len called monthly statement commoiicumont of the tutu hiu ... At'{
the present month has been issued ever trco the war .nl'lolof Olnm, French amid Gorman
\ipthejiiiuiieboluiiotiuf tile coiiiiiilttce Depaiment. It shows resided In Florid" Here, among perfect 'augers Plata, tjt.ilnod. Cut and Sky Llghllil..o. ulnglu Blankets '' eta I
on it-construction cunstituttal'ainendinvnt fr)11lll" Treasury amid double thickness.
proposing a an increase of $17,000,000 in the public her gentle, kind mnnner excited R fuelingoflntorcBt "-wf\ ,
Imrfiftii! reiutscfitatio.i! on mid adir.lrutlon, which always deepened -
the month of Januy. .
Indebtedness during t ,
)population, and excl0'bug from I leptcsenUlu : I.to one of\lore mid esteem on moro lutl- Pure French Brandies Cloths and -
>n all persons do jet, taw! right Jf sufli nub npeoulatlon. 't ,'<: if;

., "'" use count of c WAR DEBT OF TUB LOYAL STATES. In the ercluilon of hor country homo, by n Casslmcrcs
:; :Sniuiier: poke! in opposition, ndotloieil / Ketuins from! the loyal States: to the Sinai| circle of frlend, nho was well klion and Wines and Whiskies ,II. y ,
\, unit! political' !11 lights, decli.rinq all ':: that* shall in civil be :Special: Committee of the House of war greatly belo\'odi; and to thorn her health has Lumen .....,:,
niiialbeloie the law. lie debts brow that the mm aggregate state of for many months a mbjuct of unxlou. solicitude, For MIIIllo'nil' purprtaon; And n largo supply of

; uiientioii of the Senate till' Ilig occupied the euttleday the IndebliieMi which cani.ut audited tinder For two yearn, disease elo"I ly but surely contln' other Liquors for gunerul UHO. Ladies' Dress Goode
existing' laws amid paid I'v the General nod Its work, until "tha chord of life win UII'wOIlIlI ;
contending; for the 1'P"l'loct political .
und civil, equality till] men.. His[ speech' G"vellllllolil wi t exceed $ ,00,000,000. ," and her pure spirit suit free. Brush, Fouchor & Co.'sO.l.IA1YfPAGNES.

1\llIlIut\ concluded! uniiU.o inoiiow. The New YOlk indebtness is 11000000. Thin long and painful+ illness woe endured with French!+ Merinos

1. t V' -"--.-.- pat lance and fortitude only equalled by tlH' calmness ,
.. A NliQRO REPUBLIC ItECOGN1ZED: Use Difliculty at Gainesville, with which she received the summons to "
and Bole Ajonts!! of tho only true Imported BrandsIn } Merinos
1'loiida.The dopart. FoaiIng nothing-bullevlng Irll.t.Inq English
the ooihitry, vie: Carlo: D'Or, Lao )))'01', nndSlIerprullnllooe.1 ,
WASIIISOTOX, Feb. -1'lle i II'CqglllLi"1I Savannah RrjHlblirll1'l of tile 27th In our bcK! ed S\\'IIIr-.hu full asleep 'In the by. nil con.oia8uurs superior I
3 of the it Dominica and the full hope of blessed.( linmortallty ) to any hurutoforo 111 Luau 'I I
> independence ult. mf.de the following statement, which,
reflnomcJ I Alpacas
Pletypnrttyof heal, of rpellllg'Ith ,
lioiiniuJiui of Oeti. L'asenAti: luiulil'cilo ,
were satisfied: at the tithe, must beerroneotH uQ'uctlctt Spectral A'p1fnr!! tho American Vintage. (!omtinny -
we \\ n cultivated\ mind und 10m ,
that llepublic. the lebiilt of Secie per
aie and a largo stock' of thulr oolebrntud! Gill-
tar)' ;Seou.d's.lecemit:; : visit to that cuun- : nil combined to form n character nlto( ether line fornla brands constantly on hnnd. French and English Poplins \ 1

ti y. _. At Gainesville, FlSiitU, recently, Capl. ly, and which the berea\ed ones must over dwell ,
fui oirdnty thpieasPn- upon with' di'-p sol row for their Iricpariibte) My special nrrano"lIl1t"Vllh Manufantnrers
Johnson, inoily and Importora' of tho North, and In Euiope, warrant Pail de Oheeyers .
NEW YORK MARKETS.: \otil Marshal: Mas assaulted by the Slieriir toga mu In not only guaranteeing the nliHolnto ,

NEW YORK Feb ( Cotton has Cletk of the 1'iobate Court, Judge of Still they mourn, not as thoio without hope. Purity and Uonulnunegs of my entire stock, but
/ Jd"- Probate and others, and MI severely beaten \Vhatcoinrortlntliuaean.nncotlmt she U now also enable me to Hell any of tho above muntlmiQ'l Plain and :Fancy:
fclliil.ig: tendniicv ; sales tit 4UC.UolU :! lines of goods nMh'3' cost prices-lu some
( is IM 5 S.LATEST r that: for a time his life was debpaii ed ixmoiii; linouutcn less than tr.iuspor.ation.
-' of. Captain Johnson, it, seem, was not Tie, Inmmteriolii throntfHuuud !: A.11 Wool /
popular with some of the citizens\ while in tho altar, night unit. :lay; A n examination of n-y prices III sustain these
1 F021E' X KEWS; c.lmmand ftt Gainesville, Dull the news Tuning their triumphant song stalementrt In every particular.

spieading through!; the town that ho des Clad In rulment pure and white! Delaines :

NKVT YORK, Feb ;5.-.-Tho recent lenj {;rtie.l i pu1 chasms ft plantation with avi'ow Victor hums! in every I and, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. >

bile 1J1"l'ilig| disaster continiios to be the to set thin there, it. was almo.st unanimously ''1'hrouglllholr great Hcducmer's might, American Delaines .. "
ifUihujj ilifine uf iheEimlith joJUIIIo.h.I .- I lesolved 1 to make an attack that Moro than con
C 'Ie \\esthor' coiithnu-s stoi my. tronlil! peeddy' 'conl'illoJhim.. lheie"were"moie and gladness baiil.h Blghf,

.' The steuimMLfindiiii, II hick foundered desirable places to locate in than Perfect lose dispels their fears, S. E.' Coy.Hariiard& ItrousJiton Sts, Fancy Silks,

'at acia, was valued nl 35,0t)0:: ; ) lid car I Gainesville, Fla. And luro\er from tholKeyeii,

d \ Un wild insured I bar JC2.; ,OCO. It is cnnIniied The FACTS of the matter have leached Cud shall wipe' iiuay their tUTa. SAVAMIVAZI: GKO. In great variety

( thulller. Ii.W, i 'vriheni>vr B S its' A FRIEND.BLACKSMITH1NG .
the 3d
in the Gainesville Xew E'a of
.. :; t
op[ uf ;dMnt-y:;1 nKi, G. V. U.ooks, the ac _. feh 6, 1880-tf, 'W-.in.: tor Sha'VV'J.a
lot instant, and wb lake pleasure> in laying: ------ -
wore aiiioiirr the( passeiigerH.'llu FOR SALE.
(leatb of Gibson, the i-miiienlsculp- them' before our readers : AT ALL
JtW11vrxH m n: l hand PRICES.
'h TIIAVE on two fine MULES, and withnvo
tIll', nn'Ii"llitCI": !. A ttlitln ago, the man Johnson wns Cap JL morn,far flak', In A few days,at my place
'J he cattle ili>e.i.sc in Enaland! cnntitius lain of a ivsro company amid Provost near :Miocotukk' API) ) tofel .

to inci !'iiie. 'Jbe nniuber, attacked :Mtiislial! \ at Gainesville.! He took advantage : H. !"ITV" VjQU.VSOy.
> 6-i' Or ItTlil
Mitliin a week\ appio.ichfs ton thiius.iiid. : of his (position as such Pl'lIvost1:11'; : ----
The t'eiiUu luaU ctu.lintte at Dublin. shal to ofloi a cross insult to a respectable liLsisii.strnrix's Notice. Cloths and Casslinercs. .
A quantity 'if luilliaty iinitorms' supposed mat ied lady of the town. The negro SIX months nftor data I will present my nc-
lo beluiig u> Ffiiian ollicL-is", were discovet troops and Captain Johnson were subsequent !1 IIB now prepared to execute every description i: and, vmiohern. Administratrix of the IN GREAT VARIETT.
ed.! : ofBLACKSMITHING e-tate of I U \i, White, to the honorable Jndnc( of
CUineivilla.tuuihto :
renVived from ,
\ y 1'rnhnto: Ixinn county for 1\ Bust. flpttlpmeiil
On the i:!d IIf, lipcfinopr.h.it wa- tbo t I'eliel'of our cil'zons. : : :t.f. ;*;' and flak for a dUoli.irge. E.: 11. Wit!!ITlr, HATS AND
supposed\ lo lou cue uf the lit!:uitiu fcublt; Johnson lately came back t,l Gainesville In the. best manner, and" I its low nn 1 .. Jan. IS, ISOr-Am, Admit'x. CAPS,
Ibo cost 01' material. &0? will admit. ol. iuu)
buuys was seen by a pahtiin" steamer. \: simple citizen, and the sou of the hu\o secured the .m'vices ot some' of the NOTICE.

Moiil': .AIiUU'i lady lie had insulted determined to :nEST SMIT3? IN THE STATE. !'er8nn.llldl'hlod to the Into arm of A. BOOTS AND SHOES,
JI XrcO. ehastii-e him for the insult he had ofl'tfiod ALT' _
Those who may favor, us with their patronage Iitit: CO. are hereby notlllcd that
his mother, and teach hum time respect due will ho guaranteed oimro illflfiiotloiu: Hilled nrinnifcniontn mire lI\1ulo toai-ttlo the >:nmo.thry HARDWARE
AFFA1USONTIIE Ulo GRANDE: (to ladies and eentlewomen. TTSIm. nearly oppojito limo PoIOmeo. will bo plnccd tho hunch, of an .attorney ,
\ Feb 3, 1 Aen If' fur cullco'.lon! ut tlrat Court.
The Captain, like all cowards! tyrant) A, iroriCTsa i co.
2'<1.\\; YOBK, Fab.. 8.- A Washington and bully in'authority-found himself in Tullnliaiuoe.. Feb.3, ISUd-2w CROCKERY,
flpec'af' says the iniiuedi.ite \\lllidia\val of want Of manhood, when, unprotected by

the Fteticn" tioopj' tiom) Mexico, may Vieicgaide'd negro: )jayoriels, comparatively a teem e FOR SALE. r.riilV fcc. &c.
as ceilain. The report is "con' boy, the son of the lady he had insulted! New Goods! New Goods! 500, SACKS are, ,

tinned that mi extiaoidinaiy comniNsion! gave him a good,'sound a.'a6hingi'hlch( MVIOlll'OOl SALT.
had been enl lo Mexico to make the naca he richly deserved,) for tile injury..ard Just icoolvi-d! and for sale bvV.
',) ,nary piepa.atiotn for their evacuation.The wrong he had done\ his family. NEVI GOODS Foti., IStia-tt Agent.,
li.iipi'iDr!: Napoleon will not loiigorlijist Fiom this oiiginated tho tissue of falsehoods GB.OOERXES.FLOUn .

upon) the iroognlitun of Maximilian and misrepresentations that appear' PRIVATE BOARDING

Uy the Uoreinmt of the United States, in the Savannah Republican. 'ThIflti, .T. II. AISTOX I I. iirepiired to nocom' .
1 but Will be satisfied with at i-.iowul of INiiiomises Captain Johnson is not the only officer jl'11V immobile flfluen or twenty day hoarder, nt
her lieni'0| tho MelliudlKt Chinch In thin
ro near
"'i.c:.. tllplht'I'\ Strict iiHUttalityvi'h ofi:emo troops, ignorant, plebiuu, paltiy M. A. Dzialynski city t bite: In .oleo proplliud to entertain tranxlent SUGAR
;, \ ; legaid;:! Mexico.. scamps, who mistook the United Scales: \ customers Every cure and attention will hi ;
NEw UIILEAXS, Feb: S.-Gen. Yl'eltwl 1 unifiVm fur a cloak under which they given to the comfort of the guest.

has issued an order directing: every com could} insult, lujiiie and wl'on0111' citizens HAS RECEIVED: : AND IS STILL Jun. 30 -]mLOST. -- TOBACCO, &c., Jtc.

tnundlti! officer to armed all aitueil i>er- with impunity, o.nlthey will have to .

Sells that may lie found lucking iu the I learn that the United States Governmentdid RCEIVINQA USIETIME between tutllrdlll'lhn 2nth and Powder Shot and Percussion
Dislilcl' of the lain Gm audo. not wariant t 1001' intend these outrages 23d IIIKI.nHTATUTUKAdUUYOtllTIKl-: ,

A military ciiuiiiii,sioii is now In session and many a one will yet get his jacket Weil Selected Stock of Goods, tho UATK undoralKiuiii., Nn.,,24,) fur All$124 87, l.mod forewarned In favor. of Caps.

at Brazos Santiago, to !investigate the soundly tanned, whims denuded of Qevernu from trading for or rooulvlllllouell persons mire certlflciite, an
I.i2lad( all .h'. All IIPI-SOIIH whutnsoerer, 'ent emhl'oldel'Yoholll<1 he come cutting ul'pllollllolwill bo 11I..1010. mho t Hnuo: Troanuror
i : tcbiileul iu Mexico or time United States, up his shines among those he has so CONSIStlfrd( OF lor UH ronow-il aftor Ibo publication of thin no-

\\lio alj! couvet stunt uitli the cli cumstance giossly I wronged hoe for. 23 twenty, 1StI6-one w dll'sJUII. HART tit SUOBER ..Wines & Liquors

are requested to appear before them- -- -----r-- ,

Gen Weitzel has issued nn order IIIlIster'I XORTHERX Ml'X: KSOAOIXO IK CoTTOSCULTIVATION. Dry Goods A, J, PEELER,

.. tel out the Colonel! infantry The Wilmington
I ug lljUli papersmention ATTORNEY AT LAW
until the CotiimiNsinn shall have umdo its that the colton plamallon of the The largest Stock in the'CONSISTING

'f' report late Ilnniy Bat le, of Edaecombe, rented TALLAHASSEE, FLOUIBA.OlBoe .
'i until lit January, 1807\ at public\ auctionby Boots and Shoes ub Stairs over the state Bunk OF
p'tA \ DEATH op EX-GOVFBNOR Uouix.= New Jersey 'planters, at $2,500, for BHTOIHoo hours from 0 a. tn. to 1 p. tn., and

'I Alexander Bienvetlue Human, a di&tin- about 100 nci'fs of cleared land. A poi. from :2 to r'SOenlP.6 p. m.Ootobi WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, CHAMPAGNE

... gui heod, well known citizen:\ of Louklana, 'lion of the farm of D". James Battle, of a Xj o T :oc i :]NT Cr TORT SHERRY ANDCLARET

.., iiliedin New Oi leans, about half past six the same county, about 150 acres of B, JBROKAW'S' ,

.. y 'o'clock op Sunday eretili..g. Time [papers cleared land, was rented likewise at auction LATEST STYLES OF WINES, COCKTAIL .
r of Monday state that he hud lal.telltUler for $700 for the present year. The LIVERY AND SALE AND STOMACH
.dinner to visit a Mend and when about General Grimes
a plantation of Major of BITTERS, &c., &c.
.'y.a t. block from his hits house on Duinaiue Pitt county, containing 1,000 acres. of Ladies and Gentlemen's Hats, "The merchants
I street, between Bout bon and Dauphin, cleared land, has also been rented to u J of Florida.are respectfully

.! lie suddenly fell, and, It woulil seem, in- Now Yuck firm for $11,000, one-half cash Stables, !Rff requested to examine our stock
before deciding to
HOSIERY & 0. : purchase tn New York,
scantly died. The same firm has also rented at figures
I as we will duplicate all bills at New
I __ equally high the plantation of Gen W. A York
l lit 17We notlcn among the arrivals from of Beaufort We learn prices, thereby saving them time and\
blount, county. Which he offers on low terms for CAShf TALLAHASSEE, FLA frolcbt.l .
J: the North bevi'iul citizen of Wisconsin that Robert Norfleet, Esq., of Edgecombe; -ALSO- .
h' who come to look for homes for them. county, has sold his celebrated "Hope or :: TPoiitively no goods told at retail*

solves and their fiiehdj,, where they can Lodge" farm to a Northern planter, for I' CAith. AGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS McKibMn &'''Allen '
e ejijoy the benefits of a uiiMer' climate gSO-per acre. The purchasers design engaging >. Hay ward's ,Old Stand AM II\UMSS: rOIl SALE ; *; 1

A .JadsoncUIa. 'fitnot, 8j. (". in the cultivation of cotton Dec. 14, 1855:-3tn "v.\\-.I to T.lsh.eaee, Kav. 0, 1)6-tt Dee 6, 18M-tf ""*t
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Lave IN AfOTTAQB.T Truth Stranger than Fiction. The Southern Colony In M x- '
Ico--Letter from General WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE.

( .. ww P. WILLtl. The Fast history of the families of Sterling Price. .>< .

They may talk of love In a cottage, Louis Napoleon and the Sultan of Price late rebel General I
Sterling ..
I And bower of trolllned vine- --- -
And nntur bewltclilnglv ilmple,' Turkey is full of interesting and writes, under date of Cordova, Mexico \ -
mUlcmnlJ half dlvlno; marvelous incidents of whichare
t They may talk of the pleamiree of sleeping December 10, RS follows : < A !HL STOW< ft 1
\ In tile nlmcleof a spreading! tree, probably not generally known to I write in camp, and without shelter D G w 0 0 '
the field at morning
And K walk In our readers.
Uy the aide of a footstep fr... but upon my own six hundred
These two monarchs a few years and forty acres, near the town of Cordova Seems-'
P Cat give me a xly' flirtation 110 cordially united in the
I llv the light of a chandelier ago, struggle and the railroad leading from RESPECTFULLY INFORM OVn FRIENDS THAT WE MAVKOPK.NKJJ
l With music to play In pauses, to maintain the integrity 'of tho sera Cruz to the City of M exico.- A CWIIIi1aS

t Or And a neat nobody on a liken very near sofa;. Ottoman Empire, are both descendants The land, in this vicinity are not"surpassed '
I&m 1 Ain: mm'n' { && SUdMBQ)
With a glass of pure old wine, of American ladies ; the one a by of the platte lands in .
And mamma too blind todlaoover any
The email white hand In mine. grandson, and tho other a great- fertility of soil and in the finest climate At the Old Stand In Tallahassee, tther we are prepared to apply onetomeri with all klad. e
p These ladies born
grandson. were
Your Ion In a cottage t t.hungry, I ever saw, the thermometernever
Your vine I I. a nest for flic,- in the same neighborhood, on the above ninety degrees or below Dry Goads, Groceries Boots and Shoes,
milkmaid shucks the Grace, of the
Your Island Martinique, oho of
and in full view of mountains
lest I seventy,
You And Ito down Impllolly to your shady lumber West Indies. They were of French covered with perpetual snow. HATS & OAFS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, OROOKERY AND
And wake with A bug In your ear, and and intimate
t And your damsel that w.lk.lo Ibo morning I am gratified to be able to say, thatas
I* shod like a mountaineer. friends in childhood and youth the AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
soon as aUr'eyfas completed,
were Josephine de Tascher anda ..
True love ti at homo on a carpet, They tho thirty Confederates now here .A."t the Xj4-vcro Bt Oa..h Prioor fox Oa.h or
And mightily like hi,one- Miss S-. The history of Jose unanimously tendered mea choice of
...1I'llrue lovo bal nn eye for d'nnar, is known. She OOTTON.
I phine generally think I have made I'n."lnr
s And starves beneath shady tree) sections. 1 a judicious
Ill wing I tl the fan of lady, went to France and was married toM
selection. I have donated to established h.n..11I New York tofaralih Geodaof all
HI. foot I I. an Invisible thing, a branch of our w..re prepared
And hi. arrow I I. tipped with jewel de Beauharnaii, by whom she the colonists twcntv-four acres for a kind, lu any quantity, ou the shortest notice and the moil advantageous 11f1l1..

And hot from diver string.e' had one son, Eugene, and a daughter -
town site on a rushing stream of Water
Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to
Hortenac. Some time after the
and of excellent
White Slavery in Massachusetts. by a large e ting
death of Beauharnais, Josephine was water. We have laid off tho ground
married to Napoleon Bonaparte: and into towns and lots, and named it \
is movement to
There general; became
Empress of France. Bet
Carlotta after the Empress and we
secure a reduction of the legal day daughter Hortonae was married: to N'mVP': TOn.B:
for labor to citrbt hours and theblassachusetts are Jill\ upon our lots, clearing away Tallabaniee Jan. 9, 1886-ly
Louis then of Holland
; Legislature appointeda Bonaparte, king the brush to erect our houses. 'I .

committee to investigate the sub ; and the present Emperor of write to my family today to join me PEN. & GEORGIA RAILROAD Emporium of Varieties'
France this
is her son by marriage.But .
of the here as soon ns they can raise the mCHANGE
ject. Heading n report doingsof the .im
now for the romance of
commission in Boston means to do so. I cannot think of
this a pa.
affair. Josephine's bosom friend to the States and be required (
returning -
per, we find this curious passage : tho Island of WJfl. P. SLUSSER
The witnesses were two men from quitted Martiniquesome to ask pardon for the action I tookin OF SCHEDULE. ,
before she did. But the
satisfied TiLLiBlBSll, Jan 16, 1865.
Fall River, operatives in a factorDeforo )'.- tlft struggle. am entirely TALX.AKA.S8KK..
vessel that was carrying her to and after Ihledute. the Train.
with the I took. I woulddo On
giving their testimony, they part the Fvinacola and Ueorgta Unllrvad will
France was attacked and taken by Copper Tin and
the under similar cir ,
to their same again fun dally follow: "
asked the reporters suppress Algerino corsiars, and the crew and cumstances. I did all that talents EASTWARD. SHEET IRON 1UA1WFACTURER

names, as their employers would passengers made prisoners, but the my Leave Qlllnc) ..I.................... 4.30 A. M. ,f-
throw them out of employment, if enabled me to do to avert the Arrive at Tallahassee at....-...... 830 '
corsair ship was in turn attacked and calamity of the war. I was not aseIcesait ; Leave TiillRhnmee at................ ?.OO BEALIH: INS
they knew they had been before the Tunis and MissS. Arrive ;Mndleunat." ...............11.00 p'f
pillaged by pirates
commission. One of them said :- \list ; but when the struggle Leave Madison at..............._11.30 .
work eleven hours have was carried by them to Constanti- came: I did not hesitate to take the Arrived at Lake City at............ 3.0. P. M. English, French and Domes-1.
"We a day
; nople, and offered for sale as .a slave. WESTWARD. tic Goods
worked 20 years in the old country and side of the South. Leave Lake City .1................. ISO A. M. ,
here had worked Her extraordinary beauty nc I pray to God that my fears for Arrive Mmllion at................12.20 I'. M.Leave .
I and eight years ; complishments found her a purchaser : futunSf M.dlool1 I Rt....._............1260 Plain, Fancy & Japanned Ware,
harder in the last eight years than in the the South may never be arrive at Tallahassee at............. 4.30 "
in the Sultan himself, and she soon realized nt when the j is Leave 'I..II.h..po at................ 6.00 "
the other twenty ; ho has to walk became the chief lady in his seraglio, .* right givento Arrive Quliicy at ................. 0.30: STOVE HEADQUARTERS.
suit be- I
miles the negro to bring testify .
from twenty to twenty-seven a ST. MARKS TRAIN.
the and Sultaness of Turkey. MahmoudII. fore the courts and vote in elections, Leave T\!lnrm..oe at---------------- 7.JO A. tl.Airlve I
jack.- ; ]
day, attending spinning ., was her son ; Aboul Medjic was Mexico. at St. Mark at.. .......... 11.16 large and handsome variety of
all had better be in
Till within three months he had to you Leave St. Mark at.................12.00 M.
hard tho son of Mahmoud, and the present There is no doubt of the .stabilityof Arrive at Tallahassee al._........... 1.46 P.M.MT COOKING STOVES
work all the cleaningup
noon Sultan, Abdul Aziz Khan, is the Half" hour will be given on the arrival ,
and had to git bites at intervals this Government ; French troops of the care ut Madison for Dinner, galng from
grandson of Mahmoud. week and the and coming this way. Combining
from his dinner kettle ; now, this Thus the two sovereigns who oc- are arriving every A line of stages between Qulncy Balnbrldge
work only done on Sat- marauding bands that have infestedthe And and between Monlicello and 'fh"", .
cleaning was Albanr' SHEET
in the world's ... IRON
cupy so large a space connect with the trnlni.K.
urday. The operatives have to work country for ages! past are fast being BOU6TOUN, I.
eyes are descended if ova two American exterminated is Jan.16,186 -lf l'r..ld nl.Hodgkiss .
harder here than in England. If a ; no quarter A1R-TIQHT I
Creole who
girls were
reduction of the hours of labor implied fair youth and, as remarkable playmatesin for given.When Scott & Go BOS
a reduction of wages, he would the character of our landis ,. AND
their and excellent
beauty disposi-
it heart and soul. Tire well understood, immigration will
still go for tions as for their varied and singular COMMISSION MERCHANTS, PARLOR COOKING STOVES,.
machinery had to be oiled before be a fixed fact under any circumstances
fortunes. Both these women in the NO. 21 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK.
starting in addition to eleven and the finest lands that can All trimmed In a neat and durable man"J

hours. In up,some of the mills in Fall height of .their power, remembered now be procured at low rates will Thoi. n. lledifklM,late of Ilambelton Broil,,,..., ner. Thy can be shipped 10 any part'of'
the friends of their and Bnltlmorn.Q. the
youth, country with perfect nafcU. STOVE
'. river littlo children were worked pro command large prices. I have nev W. Scott,of firm of O. W Scott Co.,Talla.haotre. PIPES
vided ELBOWS linnd.-
munificently for their welfare. constantly i>n
eleven honrs a day and tho law Many of the relatives of the Sultan- er known the cultivation of lands to D. II. Pools of arm of Poo'e sit Babbitt, Bain- Out-duor work-Tin Roofing, Gunning ,

which prohibits it was not enforced ; yield such I large profits.. My neighbor budge, Ga. down Pipes Oummenul Huu 0
ess left tho Island of Martinique and W. Q. Poole, of firm of fl. W. Scott. Co.,Tal- Heads
persons have gone to parents to get Mr. Fink, (a man of science,) l..bul8., Fla. Sheet Zinc, Sheet L..ad.

children' from school to work in the settled at Constantinople, where cultivates eighty acres in coffee with -.- rrShowl.rk\ of every description ,
their descendants still reside and en doue on short notice.
mill ; old Mr. Robinson, now dead, joy the favor of the Sultan. ten hands, and sold his last year'acrop Special attention given to tbs sale of all kinds of

allow such in his for 16000. His coffee field,
would not a thing The Sultaness died in 1811 the SOUTHERN PRODUCE INTotloxiJS.WOODEN : .
then ; shaded with variety of fruit
mill. The other gentleman every of
y in 1814. and to the purchase and shipment '

said: "I am a spinner; have .no education : Empress Josephine. trees, in full bearing and the walks Household and Plantation Goods, WILLOW WARE WARE, ,

and am sorry for it ; he had Church Etiquette fringed with the pineaple, is the most TOTS,
two little boys, one seven years and i beautiful sight I have ever seen. I Wares, Implements, t'HRISTIIAS.RESENTS; .

the other nine, who work in the mill, It is fashionable with many to am, dear sir, your friend, truly MACHINERY: &0. Of every description on hand. Call ante

getting $2 80 a week, working seventy come late to church, long after the STERLING PRICE. ; examine before purchasing' fl fwht'lf.

hours; wanted the hours of labor services have begun, to the'edifica- Nov. 7,1805; -CmSOUTHEltX

shortened, so that he could send tton of the curious in the congregation A man in NewBedford his wife REFERENCES : EXPORT( t
Mehae Currier & Co., New York.J. .
his boys to school ; his condition and the comfort of the nerves and one of his children were pois L Moore Griffin Ua.Brjunt AND .
here was hard of the pulpit. It has lately been decided oned last week from eating Groom Montgomery" Ala.!
as a operative par- IMPORT
facto A. B nd, Macon, Ga. COMPANY.
er than [ The last on high authority, that the tridge. It is supposed the bird had E. Bond, Macon, Oa.Jai. .

two witnesses stated that men who following rules are to be observed on fed upon laurel berries, which made "'m.. G.Bally\Vhllfleld, president,Uemopolli Stale ,Bank Ala. of Florida,

in such occasions : of its flesh for Tkllahaoeo.Tiio COMPANY 1 I.
had been prominent movementsfor portions poisonous ; THIS now organized! and we
.. E. Ilambelton, Free. Md. Fire Ine. Coca
Let the advance prepared to m.klliberAI advances
fair wages had been dischargedwhen lady one pace beyond while those who ate of its legs suffered pang, Baltimore. oa'i 6
the other operatives had been the door of the pew she wishesto those eating its breast expe- Oct. 24-If Cotton and other Produce

re-employed, and traveling from enter, half about face, and sa- rienced no upleasaut consequences. PRATORIUS & CLARK
lute. The must then be vacated ,
place to place could get: no work; pew consigned tir our Agent In Liverpool. The pres

when they did get it, it was only fora by such gentlemen as are in it, by Major General Lew Wallace has MERCHANT TAILORS cent cot,'ala.""r,..of.nod Cotton for good In Liverpool Upland(I Cotton!II from,and 60 from to 64

few days,' when they were discharged flank movement The squad should tendered his resignation, and it has 80 to f 1.82 cent for good lung Cotton in Gold.

without any apparent cause, rise simultaneously when the lady been accepted. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, equivalent W* vlll advance currency.ono-half value In Gold or It*

unless from some secret understand presents herself and face by the right The Senate We oliolt order for good from the Merchant*.
Kentucky passeda CONSTANTLY ON HAND: and Planter. The strictest t
flank then into the aisle the attention paid to the
ing among the owners of tho mills. deploy bill to incorporate a bank in Lou- KEEP tale a large and varied assortment of mailed order for good from England France ,
head man !facing the lady and the and Germany. _
This is Massachusetts-"glorious
, isville to be controlled by free colored RICHARD FLOYD: ,
free, Republican Massachusetts," rest walking to his right and rear, citizens. The bank is GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! Jacksonville President Florid. t
the direction of the line prohibited K. T. Pure, Agent,Liverpool, England.
where "shriek for freedom"from being changed -
they from having any connectionwith ALSO J. T. EIMTIID Agent,Tallahassee. Fla.
January to December And by a right countermarch, and the Freedmen's Bureau. _y0,. 1ft-3m .

these are Massachusetts freemen forming again into \line, up and down .-- Cloths Saddle Harness and
citizens of the Commonwealth, where the aisle, still faced by the right Milton when blind, married a CarriageESTABLISHMENT

Phillips lives and lectures, where 'flank. The lady, when she sees the shrew. The Duke of Buckingham Cossimercs I Ia.

Garrison continually bewails the coast is clear, complete, her salute, called her a rose. "I am no judgeof ..

wrongs of the poor African-where and advances to her position in the color," replied Milton "but I

Whittier sings sweetly of Liberty- pew. The gentlemen break: off by dare say you are right, for I feel Testings, I have went of Ja.t Ooodi received,eooltii g a of large ....rl* '

-'...,. vrators and poets and preachers files from the rear, and resume their the thorns daily." Neck Ties

have for a quarter of a century places. Great care should be taken, S Gentlemen'. and Ladle Saddle,
Double and Smile HariM .
dwelt eloquently upon the "terrors.ot of course, by other parties, not to z'We once saved the life oran Bridle, Collar and Whin' .

slayery." Why has it never occur- enter the aisle when this evolution is infant which had been inadvertently Suspenders, shoe Saddle:Finding Cloth,of
evtry deeripUoB .
red to them to say a word for.the : in progress, until it is completed. drugged with laudanum, and was Letlberof all kind,

poor white people who toil in their I '- fresco : fast sinking into the sleep from which Gentlemen's Hose, &c Saddle Travelling and"Baroe.'ob.l. and Bardwar Tnnk,

factories and are so nearly slaves Lewis"Fisher, a painter, fell there is no waking,by giving it strong Carriage Trimming.
Qentlemea'e garment oat and mad la faak. Wagon and BurrY Bub,
that they dare not allow their employers a distance of twenty-five feet in one coffee cleared with the white of an lonable style and superior manner. Buggy Shafts Spoke* and Kim,

to know that they have saida of the Chelsea, Mass. churches,whileat egg, a teaspoonful every five minutes, October tar Store U-next tt to T. B. Tatunv'e. Boggy Axle and Spring,

word or made an effort for the alleviation work a few weeks ago, and receiv. until it ceased to seem drowsv.. -.Dr. CARRIAGES

of their own condition f.Ha f ra. ek injuries which have disabled him Hall. W H WHITNER, AND 2VQGIE8

for life. The trustees of the church a of every description,

who stabs you with a p en lately sent him a bill of seven dollars 13rA witty doctor says that lacing ATTORNEY AT LAW, Work Machine PI.d.0 Belting ordered P p.JrUg 4

would do the same with penknife, and sixty cents for damage sustain..} is a public benefit, as it kills off JTADISOX, FLORIDA dispatch Areal for m...., tmt witB1

were he ai sate from detection and by the pews on which he fell! So all the foolish girls, and leaves the ILL idleltaBnft.: TH= COURTS OF SEWINU111A, gHES* WUeea'a. ere gong. _

,the Jtw. gays the Springfield pubiaa.: wise ones to grow op to be women. { .U SI I', M'M-tt T.'Sah.ees.. ?&el. :I.-tf J. E. truaDI' '





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