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

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VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, TUESDAY: FEB. 13, 1866, NO. 46.r _

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the value of assessments on 'the still- dollars, and the said vessel, boat or with the President. The,New York Tribune's special r

S H rIlDr.lSII/W EVERY" ject of taxation, and specified in the smack, or other craft, her tackle, ap Commissioner Cooley, of the Indian Washington
second section of this act, shall be i pare! and furniture shall be forfeitedto Bureau, accompanied a delega- correspondent writes :
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, made in the manndr how pre- i the State. tion from the Choctaw, Chickasaw, The Government is taking thegroun'd .
ibcd for' the valuation Sec: 8. Be it further enacttiU That that blockade running was-
At Tallahassee, Fla. set by )Jaw (Cherokee, Creek, Seminole and Ottawa .
of property and the assessment! of all returns of taxable! pi:&'perty shall tribes of Indians to the Presi- part of the rebellion, and that allproperty '

taxes thereon ; and the! taxes authorized be sworn to before the Trtx Assessor, dent's mansion on the 31st ult.] used and all profits'made in
TCSlMSt to be levied for cdunty, city and or any other officer duly authorizedto The Choctaws and Chickawaws it, tire subject to the rules of war, '

Sh dollars per Aaniiiii ; Foir town purposes! shall be assessed and administer oaths, or sortfo 6vidonce through their representative, Mr. and h&4 sent agents South, who have

Advance.Dollars; for Single Six Itluiitlm Copies, 10 in collected in conformity with the principles by tile oath, Upon his assessment Jones, said to the President that called upon all engaged in this business ,,
Cent of equality and uniformity as book; that this requisition" been'' they carne with the hope of restoring to'State, under oath, their associates
prescribed in the State constitution.Sec. complied with in every instance. the friendly relation, which 1M1 and the amount of their business -

KATES OF \DVmt'I'ISI G, 4. Be it further enacted, That Sec: 9. Be farther exacted, That existed under their treaty with the tHeir profits, etc. :Most of the
be the subjects of taxation specified in tho Tax Asses br shall visit eaah United States. They trusted the witnesses! have told the full tale of
To pttid for in A. the second section of this act shall election precinct in his County tit past might be blotted fr6'ui menWry.While their business i b'ut one or two, probably
nqimrf, (12 Xonpuroll tI"'O,)or lens, fLl.lloo
flrrt tnsertlnn.................. ...... $1 00 be taxed at the rate Of one Half- of least twice annually to assess and exfecrating the c f irae which unwilling to disgorge, were sent to
i Bach .uheegacuilusertln ............... 75 one per centuiri valueor; fifiy cents twice to collect the taxes td be be assessed had deprived the nation 6f its' helM, prison on account of their refusal to
testate and Loral I Xotlcm to lip chanced I on the hundred dollars in value!', and and collected, having givenat they congratulated themselves? that tetify.One. '
t the "u-ii9 ni mutant I mlvortliu'inoiiti, no other State least notice of the l largest stockholders in
tax. thirty days' previous hid successdr ,was so just, phila'nthropic -
except XnHco of 1)raid'siun M AdminUtritor this enterprise'was lion. G. A. Tren-
I Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That by posting at said precincts respec and wise; They looked to
c l ftii which the chart* shall !I. IS 00 holm late of the
I there shall be assessed upon rind collected tively. Secretary Treasuryof
'f iMiituirv' Xihlcn. and Tribute* at IJpipi'Cth his Excellency for the treatment
from all of hotels! liv- Sec: 10. Be it further enacted the Confederate States.
'".'" \ M lulvcttlnemo'iln. keepers wHIch had been accorded them by
ery stables, innkeepers and the keepers That it shall be the duty of the his predecessors.The ;i n the course of his examination, "
'). f THE SENTINEL of pliblic eating houses or tables, Comptroller of PublicAfccounts, Cherokees appeared iid two which took place 'on the 16th ult., .
tax of dollars all within thirty after the time lim- Mr. Trenhblm stated that I just pre-
a fifty ; upon prac days parties-one known as loyal l rind the
I* tinon'y piper In FlorilIh"t: U pulillnhmltlni'o I :
vious th''e
to evacuation of Richmond .
tlma4 n week,thcri'fmvnlTonln\ U*silt,. tiloinglaw 'ers, physicians, dentists ited by law for the returns and set- otlier as disloyal-bdth desirous of '(
'M'rll..n Iha ro\h'.IIlIl""I", \ of out niulntt tho Intent and daguerrian, photogl'l1phind/ am- tlenint of the Tax Assosors and Collectors having harnibnious relations with the total ;amount of specie in the a

nnw by t tnvriph Hint'\ ntnC.: uud full re- brotype artists, a tax of ten dollars; td be made at his office, to the government. Captain Christie, Confederate vaults was from $350,000to
ports' of the New York aid\ Southern! Mnrkirti. upon the annual value of all salaries, report td the Governor and to the of the loyal delegation, whoso remarks $400,000, of which sum about
It will also!(h'o full minrnf| tlm procmi'iltnca, fees of Office and Ba,d of Commissioners the $300,000'as in the. Treasury at
(public or private: ,) County were interpreted, said he .
'-M!r thn [.ii'U!Hiiro. Tim !Smitim-l\ In furnlnhuil ap- Richmond:. This. $300,000
commissions sides of all Tax Assessors and Col- was carried
nuWrlburs nt tho In.vent living, rntoj. on or negotiationsof names r/r&ached/ the President as friend
sales of any kind, one-half of one lectors that; may be in default, together find with no confessions disloyalty. off and distributed, partly among >
per centum or fifty cents upon the with the nitmes qf their sure For the last ttfo years they had the soldiers'of Johnston's army and
JOB PRINTING.I.l hundred. dollars ::Provided, that this ties ; and it shall be the duty of t16e fonght to sustain the government, partly among' the military escort of
roiuieflnii h tho Si'iitlnol' wi linvo a mlpt Jeff. Davis; at the time of their disbandment '
t act shall not be so construed as to Governor foithwith to order the and their country! was desolate.: On .
'rl.ir mil 1 vtirlni, nwnrtmont of nvvf ilubblui! ; Mr. Trenholm.stated, in
except:; auctioneers,bank or inura'ncecompanies Comptroller to institute summary that account they felt that they had
M I '10'.1,1, nml uro prepircnl to sees'tte every ilu I his opinion :Mr. Davis nnd other
and their hawkers the said defaulterand ;
agencies proceeding
(criplln i.f work In tint lino with ncnlnCM iitiddiMtii'.i'h. \ ; : against his deep sympathy. Confederate officers receiveany
and itinerant traders his sureties in the of other refused to
I \1.n on hand u flee 1I..ll11plI\.f pedlars a Representatives of the delegations -
1'iks f.ir pilnilni In ciitnm Onion, by tnnll or from the payment of the rate of tax rule nisi for contelhpt, returnable to present announced, through1 part. The examination of Mr. .
'c\4ii: e.'I wIll ri-ofhn prciniiit' iitt'intlmirOurprl- law but the the of the Circuit Trenholm' as ex-Secretary and blockade -
now prescribed by ; same next ensuing term their interpreters, two of whom were
<,.>. are .i* Imv .i. the tn'>"*oiit hl;(h c,-'t of stock runn'er, Was quite long, and -
shall continue in force as if this act Court of ;thc county in which the black .men, their gratitu'de and hap
til It 10'1,1.) I 11 nti tad!.III'I'vlIlI'h"ll..r'! a/1llllr9 showed m'uch frankness on his
,. fc", i v Hi.' I'HTji-iM runvlilcli rule in other had, not been passed.! said! defaulter may bo domiciled, cal- piness at being allowed to communicate in all b.6 knew. part
t'1pI, \ 11".r. hll.II1.M. I Su'c. 6. Be it further enacted, That ling upon them and each of them to: with the President; who, at their stating .
......,... ', ---- ---- -= for all fisheries on the coast; consist show cause why they should hot lie cdnclusion, thanked tho various '
Tli3 Revenue Law. ing of one vessel or smack, there dealt with as for a contempt ] and tribes for the compliment In calling RELE, SED.-It will be remembered --
shall'be assessed a tf'x' of two hundred upon default to iiiako answer to said the Chief Magistrate of the Uni- that d few weeks since Mr. Eugene
:J\N ACT to raise! a Revenue for the ( upon Maffitt sbn of John N. Maf-
dollars Captain
and fifty except those rule, or upon failure: to1 show gooU ted States, and was gratified to find *
Stateiof, Flo:ida. which established and held and crtch of fitt, and during the war an officer on "
theul shall
are by a cause, they them indicating a spirit of peace, and
Section 1. Be -enacted by tILe citizen of the State of Florida, and be committed to the common jail of in behalf of the people of the United the Con'fcdcratVar steamer Ala
ttml JTuttie those who said fish- the there abide until all bama, was arrested with Mr. Howell,
Senate of Representations except carry on county, to States extended the right hand of
of the ;Slate of Florida in Gel/erull eries for the benefit of the citizens of arrearages of taxes and costs incident !fellowship1 to them and hoped they brother-in-law to'fllr.' \ Jefferson Davis,
.t.v,s mfly cunrenfj, That' every male Florida, except non-residents of this to such proceeding( < shall have would act in good' faith. The obligations \ and both were confined in Fort War
inhabitant: of this State between the State, who at the passage of this act been fully satisfied and promises made: to them ren. We tire gratified at being ableto
ages of twenty-one aftd fifty five years, [were] owners of real estate lying on Sec. 11. Be it flll'li" Enacted, would be redcemecj. lie said it wiis" state that Mr. Maffitt has been released -
: : thecoast Florid.J; where the well That the Tux Assessors arM Collec their interest to'cultivate! peace and froirt; prison on his parole.Mr. .-
idiotic established\ fisheries located and of the countii's Howell has not yet been released.
: are ; tors bordering on the friendship with tho United States.- .
tax: of t/hiee/ do\ :urs, and pun failureor : upon all theatrical exhibitions and State of Georgia; : be and they are The government is p'owerfuland just; -.

refusal to pa'v: t.ie sane, the tax: circuses and shows, there shall be hereby required to levy and collect and its power W6uld be exercised in A steamer arrived at our landingon
collector is authorized and assessed State tax of hundred the in said counties to the it
hereby required a one taxes extending justice to all with whom Sunday, .bringing to this place
[' to sciz I the; body of tho 'said dollars, in each and every countv in Whitner and j 1' lino dividing the niay have relat! ns; some thirty or forty white laborers,
'd %ljl\lpl ont, and hire hitn out, 'After which. they appear, payable previous State of Georgia from the State of When the President had! canctn'- who have been engaged to work ,

live days': public notice, before the to exhibition of the same, and the receipt Florida. dec! his remarks the different representatives plantation} on Tenses, in Loui iana.-: .
door of the court houseto any person of the Clerk of the Court shall Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, were severally introducedto ftathez Courier
who will pay the said tax andaft be evidence said payment, if under That the provisions of section 5 of the President by Commissioner
the costs incident to the\ proceedings the seal of the court ; that upon all this act imposing tax on hotels and Co'bleyjand de fatted evidently with The latest "notion" is a paper hat,
Q' growing; out of said direst, and take sellers of spirituous, wine or malt public eating houses, shall not applyto feelings of satisfaction and pleasure which is to be manufactured in
him into his service for the shortest liquors, in quantities less than a quart, any person or persons keeping at the result of their interview. Springfield. The article is said to bo
period, of time : Provided\ That if the there shall be assessed a tax of two private houses on the roadside, ... desirable, durable and water proof
said delinquent be !in tho Ctnployincut hundred dollars ; and upon all billiard: where occasionally a traveler may A CHANCE FOR SU INER TO HOWL. and will cost from eight to twenty

of another the said enlploycr tables pool tables, and all tables upon be entertained and charged.Sec. -The Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser cents.

may pay the lax: and COltand the which games are played as games of, 13. Be it further enacted; : relates the following horrible incident DERIVATION OF' hIssI ca.Buss,
said payment shall bo good as a credit chance, there shall be assessed a tax That the act entitled an act to establish which'Senator Sumner, insteadof to kiss. Rebuss, to kiss again.-
against the amount that may be of fifty dollars for each and every table the ad valorem system of taxa- placing in his scrap book of hor- Blunderbuss, two girls kissing each

due as wages to the said: delinquent. so used ; that upon all bowlingor tion, approved December 15, 1855, rors, can make the subject of Con- other. Omnibus! -to kiss all the t
. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That tenpin alleys there shall be assessed be and the same is hereby repealed. gressional investigation and which girls in the room.
all real estate, comprising hauls- and a tax of j fifty dollars. Approved by tho.Governor, Jan. will afford hid and the saintly Gree-
Sec. Be it further & Co. theme! for howl that The Vicksburg Herald calls the
improvements, buildings, manufactories 7 enacted, 16, 1800.( ley a a
and mills ot'all kinds,distilleries, That it shall be the duty of the Sheriffs ... will meet public sympathy : Federal Constitution" "a constitutional "
furnaces, machinery, tan-yards, fer- of each county in which fisheries Southern Sporting, "A gentleman from y New York, bedquilt. Good : but it is not
ries, toll bridges, and all shares in tjio may be located foe the catching and The sporting world appear to be who came down the road yesterday, quilted yet-only the patch work isis

capital stock of any bank, insurance preparing of salted fish, or for the very much excited ,about a reries of reports that at Opelika a negro girl, going on.

company or other corporate or joint purpose of catching fish to be carriedin races now on the tapis between the some 16 or 17 years old, came in In Manchester, En;;.,. the police
stock company, all money at interestor a live state to market by other celebrated sons of Lexin tonAsteroid with her ears cut off close to her attempted to arrest some menagerie
in possession of Upon deposit, all than citizens; of this State, to collect Kentucky and Ncrtolk. These head, and alleged that it was done keeperS,'but were kept at bay by the
bonds, notes, accounts and other evidences the said tax of two hundred and fifty horses have respectively made the by a man in United States; uniform, elephant ,and finally dispersed.A .
of debt not employed in trade, dollars, and that it shall be the dutyof best time on record-one, two and because she would not let him do in has received *
all capital employed! in trade by mer- the Solicitor of the Circuit in i. three milesand it can only be decided violence to l ner person. No notice prize man for bringing England 19 children
chants and traders of every description which such fishery is ,located, upon which is the fastest horse by a has been taken of the outrage by without parochial relief.up He deserved
all capital invested steamships, complaint of the Sheriff of the county race between them upon a good the military authorities. Such Inhumanities it.Poor .
steamboats and sailing vessels, lighters that any vessel, boat tfr smack, be- course. They were all bred by R. should bo' fern-ted" out artd I .
and barges, all pleasure carriages, longing to or owned by flori-re'sidents A. Alexander, of Kentucky, tho present the guilty parties puni.hcd: severely, Cupid 1 When he brings hit
stages, coaches, hacks omnibusscs, of this State, engaged in any fisheries owner of Asteroid. Norfolk is whoever they may be. \Vheru the bean to bear against somo pretty dar
wagons\ carts and other wheel vehicles of any kind has failed to pay : oWned in California and Kentucky civil authority has not power l lo act, ling he finds his arrows even all in a:

all horses, asses, .mules, neat such tax, to enter proceedings against i in. New Ydr k. The races contemplated the military certainly has, and wo quiver: '
cattle, swine, sheep and goats, all said vessel, boat 'or smack in said will be either on tho Wood- trust, between the two, no acts of the A young girl l in Nejv York who

household furniture, including gold Circuit Court, in the nature of a: libel lawn track at Louisville, or the Cin- kind will be"allowed, to disgrace the consulted a fortune teller, died! from

and silver plate 'and musical instru- and upon conviction that any cianati or Saratoga tracks, and pos- community. the startling information she receiv. .
me nts, and all watches and jewelry, such vessel, boat or smack has been sibly ono upon each. Lexington, the .. ed. .
shall bo taxed at a uniform rate upon engaged in catching fish or turtle, sire of these three champions, was Several children in Waterloo, Wis.:
tho valuo thereof: Provided, That no with intent to carry the same put sired by Boston, a celebrated racer, died from drinking the milk of a Fred Douglas intimates that tell
taxes shall bo levied upon property of the State, without paying bald tax and the dams of all of them were by cow that had been. bitten by a mad ing a black win to work ,is to insult' .'
"" specially: exempted by law. I of two hundred and fifty dollars,shall Gl ncoe.-Danville (A'y.) Advocate. dog. him.


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r tcitt .ANDREW- JOth'"fo.iON. -- y The Bovcnnc.or. Tni,; :\. GcM L SItcrniatt's jttttKi'i *::-' 'lie A Srt'sie ";&of in Ilio .RUN 1 I". :

id. t th\t'\ i'lafiiniuiiist The Washington'roiiespondf tie, '
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I [ JonfjsoN l is coming out boldly ( On the first page: will be found the Act ..., "' '

.' : ... ,_ : :and I irtmil''akeably' ," in, the assertion paWcd t by the Legislature "to mine aieveiuie ressrR. Tresscott and \Vhaley\ who are Macon Ttlegrnph' writes' ;,01.r'.llic 4ih, in.
I '1'.ALT.JIASlI! <1E; : and m'.iiitpjmnce'of his Views and the behalf; of South slant *
for the Slate'of .; in Washington city on (

) TUESDAY, FEBRUARY_13,1866. f>roscciuiop"f/ his,\ policy'of :tIJ'nll\isft'! it imposes a las: of tiMe)) dollars, !ttnnn- Carolina and tire ow'nets'of'' the Sea Inland. A remaiknlilp scene took place itt, the

: lion' lie lrlln) the Congressional tinliCI 5 ally, tpon all man r-ltahilnnL'I:: nf the Plantations \l'htcloctt assigned to the !lloii p nf while lipiitesentatives Mr. llos eau was jeslcrdny making! :nltpiniinti I n- / I ,

x Agents for the Florida Sentinel. that h is opposed\ l<> all ,their A nWIIII.nrcllts State between :it::( 11 j;||UiJ. yeah of age, negroes by Genl'l'I1l.Slll'rmnri's celeb nled speech against time YI'P.wlIl1elI'1I Uuipiin. td1

r' : i II'. D. H, WII.HOS, at Quincy. to the. Conkltmion.\ .and ha bells """except paupers, Itnanfe or ldintic'per t Field Oi dpi- No. 15, of.lSCj, havo indii ect- r. Delano) of Ohio, !inter) npt."d 1 him l h y'

Mr. THOMAS JP. KIN |, nl Madison.Messrs. our "coloi-ed bipllncn, "' represented by sons }j" and if nor paid, the person lion, I Iy succeeded in drawing from the latter staling! that he hl'1tllhl' Southern Slates .
be'as much In tho Union ns other
to ally '
I>IIBW &' OAK.tYl.nL JacKson Fled Di>ugtoH'Uat he is heed following reasons for its Issuance 1.Stales
decidely nynniUextetulins I \\homitisduoislobe i out to anyone I the and then' lie electrified tip: Ttou o

villp.Col..!. n. 3. TAYLOR, ft1. Fcrnandinn.MJJ. : to them tin! I i igla of sulfrage- I who will pay his tax: and the costs, and. the extent of Ihe possessory. title intended by declaring!:( that he was ready this nutmeat -

Y F. BAIIRRTT, nt Gainesville The bill that pnssrd Concioss. recently! i and take him into his service fur the hhm'l. lo be them eby conveyed. to void for the admission: of the,
C. Jonssos at Monticello.Mr. extending tie' rather t WASitt.voTox Feb 2 ISGG. inetnlipis\. fumi' inch Tennessee and Ar"t', I
K. :
Mr. \ :: light of infringe negroes est period 'of jime \Ve think that ,

i V. 1.. STRO-MAH nt I'entleville.IN in HIP DRti jet of Qolnmbin, will soon betelo'pd tax will be paid, promptly.' '. ?'. To 'AndrettJolnteon; Pmlilint' ; of the V S. : I kansas.com'ns: from This n.seiiliineiit Republican' 1t unexpected member, and, .

: ( tire.- -::" iHiilniitlio) ";once of the- unitetijncil or approved 'by thin 1'J'f\ idl'nL.- tin 11rl'nl\ estate, comprising )lands: and 8'm1 have the honor lo acknowledgethe \ !; : in au just alit every Dentcmatic' I member .

t llic littklnvMr;; or ,tho Stnlintl Ofltcu vW 'I Ill\ I Upon his act Ion on the bill\ will almost improvements; btiildinci! nin'nufactories receipt last evening:: of jour leltifofFebruary applauded' it by n vigorous. clapping: : of

1 conducted 1>y Mr. J. M. Doiv, Xilltor, 1cluirgo. ine'itahly.Ilnt. g some grtnl f!{ changes in and mill of all ]kinds< & still
with I'll" or two pxcojiiions, sat :;
: wST ..\. ''hOrE. the political. Moild.AMIEEW ;toned is oiie-lialf of one per cl'nt. llar.'i, : Older No. '15/ of 18C5/ with this brief histuiy ? |ietrifled! wlih n lon: hllll'lIl at this 'att- ,

TallnLonre, Fob 10, 1S0.! Jon os !is. masttr of 1 Jit jib insurance; : in shame in other corpora' ( or of its origin !ai.d the reasons( for making dacions decimation. > k t

t :... .. at/on lie Knows his advantages and, ap- j joint stock companies, me to be taxed at ?It.The. _.. .--
lion. K. M. Stanton, Secretary\ of Com' pd"dvicc' nftlio Wiicon Teleprnpli.
r. 'w indebted. to rA llunotrrCAlIlinON preciates'tlme icsponsibilities resting: "Ii? '. TU'1 name I late of taxation
We1 arc ) f '; upon IP same al. \ War, came to Savannah soon after its occnpalioii > 'L'rialof Cl'i-son :t: v3s.VI'ASHISOTO.N .

formate Sew Yoik raj-ei1, on him anti wo do not Wlieve that the italticalmajmhy'in i is imposed upon all money, at interest by tIle f.nces under my command Feb t 4ih. 18'i
sale st'lho Olliee.y ) Congress ilitinli !. '1' sion and conferred freely with me as to ../
Post, cr.n < or1 ill i>"i se<> or upon deposit ;
the best method to i ptovidefor! the vast attempis! to hare Jefieison l>qvsliladliyn :!
-----' hhn or tUl'Ill him flom'hli coarse. lie seed upon all. hands nntrsacuo'nnts) ; aid oilier .
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A stii Ling musiotl[ ..wibe ill number of negroes who had followed the Military COIIl'llla.rl'nlatply!!
C- / and knows that t policy ndvQcall'd \I.d debt\ emtiloycd in trade renewed, with
) evidences of not army from the interior of Georgia, asalSii I ipvived, nod me now being
? tomid<0 on our foul th .page' wiUten. for, so fuiiously and persistently! mined: hy by merchants nnd trade) of \eiy description of those who had already congregated!; III ledoubled: zen!. (tJ'rn Urtller, the Secretary -

te.:, Gahestqn (Texas) sirs, by our forn! lie, Radicals, ninontil"! in the ci id, to his upon all capital invested in the Island near Hilton Head! nr.dl'PI'1' of War, and" Sensfir IIn'n'rIflfilichizall
er fellow citizen, CuI. A. ;M. Honnv. ; still coming into our lines. WP agi eel : ale time' chief actors ?in th" business
----- -that the\ ,whiles \\/1/ till Soutlimi) Siutei steamships, tte.nMioats and sailing: vesXtligl.leis perfvctlythat. the voting a'd the Hole but they are spin led on by the .

'';;111 ,, W TlIJII.--J\f\er: \ an; Annually' shall\ Ll'li.f"l'lcl.i.fl'! ,{ and the! Macks! ,, atfrancftifci "! nnd Larges ; upon all: pleasure bodied men should be enlisted as suldieisor whole] tribe of blond thiiVy. radical, 1 with

l beVvy rain the sky bus cleared/aud wo (, ; and that I lice bill! extending( carriages!; singes:; conches, hacks, employed\ bv tho quartermaster in the Thaildeus, Stpveiis at the h".id, nnd Clinrles:
: : ,
tail What incites Iheri '
and Simmer
wok of unloading ships' at
the right! of sulfingp to Ihe in the 'omnibus.l's. carts and dtherWheel necessary
negroes : wftgoni, '
lI n'nlHI\'e'; 'delightful, weather Yeslerday' for other army )pm poses ; b-it tlrs left on to mho avngp:; woik in whicli: hour hnvppngasrpd.
; ,'the 'mercury was up to 72 degree District of Columbia) iis! the entering wedgeto vehicles ; upon all horses\ asses, our hands the old and feeble, the WOIIIPIInnd is tl* ceitainty, now admitted

ubova2errit"ta'y.r/ ,: t' ryr '. the carrying but of tho lta icnrpl'o- mules, neat cllltle>,.swinl'MI'JI! and coals clrilrtten, who had necessarily to be on nil hinds that :yti\ '. Duds! c'ui: never! be

gramme.\ But, the PiPMdiuit, is a Eoutiiprn upon all ]household furniture, including frll by the United Slates Mr. Stanton C"MVici'fl\ : of lieason Its Pity civil' rontt ; .
/ -- summoned a large: number of the ollilA I nn.I the pos&ih'.lity; mat it' such! n trill 1 !is
: : man end his .well )suouu liiinness of and silver plate;and musical instiu i.
;. ,THE MAREETB.-1t will bo scon by ref- /
gyres, mostly preach rs, with ,hum he much longer delayed, lie Pm e-idemmL mnl' _
PIt-iice to the Snvann ll'u !lkcL! lepoit of character! nnd adherence! to J ril'1iple anJ '1Il'lIlsId, upon all watches r.nd jpwphy. held a long confeience, of which he lookdown release him wi.hunt, any trial!lat nil. The

February (JLh;'tl1 lL'Lhe prices of jcadinu right will, ueRio confident, soon prove Hotel, livery and inn keeper., and keep- notes. After this conference he idea tin: Ihl'lI''l'p.lIIa'y! by any p"rsihili-! .
articles < :lIe him? IQ'i>( :l true son of.Teunetseuaud, aworthy cis of public\? eating houses or taverns, was nati>fied the negroes could with simie I ly, slii'! [ I tlnoiigh li.eii I ? linsi'iis i nrnr1In .
especially provisi \ns, coining : little aid from the United States, by tli-'ni., nn.l 1 they are> m tosomething\ ... disciple i \ ) : well ,as bbc C5S0r of are taxed fifty dollars ; physicians, htw-
down nl'l\r'livillg ILle.t'rh ay
: menus of the abandoned pi inintions m J eaiih; to liidnupfihp\ (! I'ipfcMt'nt, tPCPdr.\ I \
re.opepngof? the Savannah & Gulf I r dLD lltoay.. "". nets, dentists, and diijuerreun'; photographic the sen islands nnd along the nn'i n\ll"\ riv. fiiim his ilcipnn'aati'in, : ,. amt convene n
'a next month, will Lave a maim ?ial : --- ....---; : agd amlK-olype artists ale laxpdtl'n'l1ull"1'8. Ors could take care of themselves. lie requested coutwa'tittlrim-: : li'utl of ih,,' ,'pil'Ichit'f.

a ,imcJ'ic: n Canon HtHI (:reait.The Each ili-liPi-y is taxed two me lo thaw up n plan' Him would .'Ihustiir, the I'li's'ilent-has: / \'
ct, on ptkest'uFior1da. lip'iii.ifiirm and I mule, the iih-tood? ,,
'. London piaclicalilp piet-siue time _, IMIK! beep/
.. eflfyit made by the Tutus .bundled'. and !liny dollars, except such ns
.. rough draft, and 11'0I"'lIt o\er Il very I nmghi to bear n'.>n mist him; vi'ti)! 1 1 ii--
I ; ;" T The Cotton ,matketlcnnain dc- to injure American credit I by !prediction are estahllsheil; and worked, by n ell izpn cnictully, Mr. Stanton nuking many here lie will)) cunliniifi, to d" no Ur, the cud

:f 'pressedinconsequenceufL1t decline) in, of a coming crisis; in consequence of the of the tte for il'e l'l'ncilllf! tht peu11P: chnnces!;! nnd! time present milers.. No. 15 -,.".. -- b .---- ,

the Liverpool market. This: decline' Is. large shipments of :goods;: to this county) of the Sal: / resulted: amid, were made I'I h1ic. =Nero ;LriclelifP'-;: ; "SJUtul; !Toi'<"
.., attributed knew', of course, we cited not co"- Father.Wp .
I.: part to tho prospect of'a has been )hat iai1y successful, md the Retailers: of spirituous[ liquor: in r]'ianti ,
land and
vytiilelo niesely: pmided"possessoiy" "
heavy crop this yearju the Southern consequences are beginning, : [t<< be felt t.o, ties !less tlian a quart: : nee ta:<;l'l1"twII linnUrei idles! to I be gird so :'ong :as hey'dyestm'dis'aeum! (.;emumilt; Uil cf

Slatas: and! partly to the financial !!X- riously, in all our leading w.ukelN.! Still, :>lollars ; liilliard; tables /fifty ci"tar: wa and our miliiniv! 'v !power la tl"C I an itisiaiice\ in contracts.of 'tarn; occnvrencpniffl Initiinbntplv'alter,
t citemcnt Iii England) caused by the clam'or the fact H )proved that 'the shiimpnU| If .,_.J.. _.__ merely! aimed to make! proxi.sion? for the H (leci-ion? w.us rei.de" :pd in Utllt'. 1"" 11 hi

of the London Times and other papers goods( to XhiiJ connti'y! from England were SaaslImerra Qloves'lorstl'he Drgl'ol'sl'ho \\eie absitlutely dependent I'f''ltlldll! ltlind'2.'ut'n\ fli'1If"of|' (Jet/ )I1e.linnp. -
'Iitli' LiinKville JO'll'i (says The new on n.I"nl'inu the value ut'c.heh possession '. n Yankee aH'la UPS: u sinntd lorCiiliiiiihns
: : ;
nboui over' -tradiug ) Aiperfca. In not as great du'iing the past year) aa i iu ? to be (idler IIIhued d liy after events nrleyi'Iation.
flacon on 'Friday,. cotton, sold /dowtto, 1SC9 when i.o bad! results followed. D\'. Governors elected! : by the penpla of thpSonlheni :: At that time .1'uuaryISG-i) ( to, indnco, Millthl'!; f.I'It,1'! i'.t(
i (
Blind ( 011\. t" hipnk? his :>-iiiinti\ ; with. )
7 cents; and in Savannah, from ,i_c to sides the exports 'of cotton 'to ''{::n/llltlll/ States n.e per fuming their dd- It will 1 lop leniFinbeied\ l Ihnt the true; ol Gen. 1). 'i'rt; -'ve! ihiinsnnd itnli.iix\ in spit .,

IGc,'for grade: ?.langing: from'luw-. to gocd! have been' piioimi-iis ; amoui.lfnfr! 'sine ties with faiil.fitliip-.s; : and zeal. They nv:'t'1 L 1\i bin: n'id the livmi'ypxhiblled. s
) eonld foretell when the I neriod '
middling! ,? Juno last to101'0 than hundred n.il- their plcdafs of fidelity, to tie nn' one Miiig; :: <, was !othj.t'o |in-.ilv. Its:
I of war would cea t. .-- Union and of good faith to the freedmen" pngagptiiput; null snnulil OIP advice! nf
J lions of dollars\: in value. contemplate: that event ns being oo nearat .
Itt 'ison. :Magic[ : Ptcwa: : t, HIP |pnstor'o'Ule: cnl'rp.ll1etlmoiint
Front : Au English'uieichant has-pnWi.-hed Their acts, '0' far as they have ncj'ed,' ittn"d. .
an plitufh: I JnCiilumJiiTs! \ \udstti*
Extract from a private lettci; dated! article exposing; : 'and rehnkina:_: tjo: Tinu have come fully:! up to their words, They I am: with :gr"il' respect, ted to /Iii ,tilt" pcndP h)1.1In"k l ;

:Madison! FIoi'kla, February/ 10th :: for its unfair IIIIM. in which lie nfllim have ucte'd hOllornhl)' ': We kmvv of uo Your I' uhetlient\ W. T. Snnm set vast ueN, nsked if h" lJollld"aI..11, eontinct, waiGen. l!I
t "
"Matters ace :going on here very quiet. that "clu'iu: le last three uton/fn of 1RG3Hio exception\ ,' and we' can hardly !magJc'holl' : Jlnjor Cct.eral.Eft'E'ts : n, UP ipplii-rl: ( '-\e\, ,"' It n,,1 i that in
way mete wiH'ijj: his sin -I,I+llot be wi It
l.Tho 'frl'e<1meu as far as 1 loam. they child ,other have Bono'or"kpa- ----'---
( jliue icnn cotton! leceivcd I in Enj:
: faro dong: :: wcil. hereabouts., I can say to $05,000,000 in value ; a sum ken: lielter than they have elOI1 'nlll spo- of a Heavy .Tas emCOUI1 :Mack in substnnee: : ,,?? .

with,truth, that our own aie doing boiler.: sufficient to exhaust the Bank of Eng ken. Their acts have human. ated and :1. loi\'t b-piikyonr: p
than they din while in slavery. They land, if i it had to be paid for in !"h1-n;" proved thlI'\ h amid sincerity! of Ihrhiitteiailces. The New YOlk Daily JVnrf i las nn :arliolp l.iw-fd\lJ)lat: they the, oounsi-1.'i-Uir-yon) ," and,' She:,herb' hnlol: -

are )polite; obedient and respectful! I, and itatement"which. ( : shows most 1 olwlvit'je* ;! on Ibis! subject, from" which we make That is a siivpie? Inks, bit' it is "IIP rarely -
i _. _
work well.'How, long thl'I ill continuein vast wealth and iwouroeaof I.he' United .J _. n.e.tl'lclthnt; : i ii,woilhy of s'ecia1atet', : .: found' in (mid hi this worM of omit, -

,, this tray, remains. ,to he'seen. Ours Slntesp"o ,jdt'cl the -Elates; '! sott'h' of! the 1 r aapcl'attiapaicon's Ad3resa. tine: It says : 'The man tilts gives\ such C'mniMl/ aiuf I theme

piospecl t for a crop is good." Polemic! lire coi.nled: in'I!It.: The'Southen: TJIP f..llo\1'j1f"j i $) the portion of.JTapoleonVspeecJj The general objection to the exceptional '- ; who this followed! i.i.al'l' worlliy'pxpi iplnrsin i-.
of hnilalinii? :
respect, by 1)lVishr'r71c .-
1 *"' : ,
.0 policy of taxes exjvut" ,
upon ap
'i ::7. -
L'ulcsprise. plies with iinnsnnl forte to that proposedon -
relative lo *d)L-\icn and the( United State.: ---'-' --
millions of dollars worth of cotton
The right sort of enteiprlsoisdiiiphue'dby a.iqcp I raw cut ion. .As a protection! to industry -
Dr. P. C. ,.AMBLEK: onoof tIle oldtsamidmost : J me 1SC5;, and thereby upheld: 'li.o pub As I e.xpiessed( tiro hopo last year that of the same diameter in fjieiajn TITLV Sri KCN, "If," siii:: Mr.RATIIUNB .
; lie cicdit given stability'to, the finances imrcxpe'liiinn) to Mexico was appio.ich-) countries, Ihe /five cents proposed( to he: of sc'.v ) irk' in !his recent .
) .respected citiaonsof East Flor ins its teriniiiadon, I nm.! ctoning'In: ni levied\ vn' our cotton i ineither mote nor in the 1\, 161'1I1 ; '
i la:whose example is won thy of rita- and saved the country from\ bankruptcy. understamiii! ( with ,2c1n!: "$iilian for the 11'88thail a protective duty in France and speech : < House ofRfprem n-

lion by DuLold TUAD. SrevmssLolly!: :&BMNEB recall! uf our tinnps. Knchi.d in favor or the cultivation cof laiivca-W8, c.innot, triil cur ScmHn ny(
our wealthy planters and citofy ; '
t us and their blind folio.vers say that he North America: issuing. : ; victoriously! Lust m taple ?iu Algeria, Egypt It'n/.il and |i"oplo a8 mtiiilcrt of this Union without
in all sections of the, State. The Jack Cotton from a f.>:nnMalJe! stiuasle( has. ieevlablishpd InJia. It pi.ices a bonus /Ifil'e/ cents degrading I terms 01 doing aught Ijiiiuili-
States are not oi.ly out of the !
Bonvilo! Times slate that Dr. .\ IBLEn the U.iion, and has proclaimed the additional: )profit on the labor, of lima not
Union but shall never again be ic-admit abolition of France which fur- UB and destroy their pride] nml self "rtu-ct.| .
who, before the ,,'art was extensively: slavery. who toils in his cotton field in the Kast

gaped in improving the breed of cattle ted, except upon certain terms which they gets no noble pane( of l bet: history, offers Now, there is nothing letter known then we may ni.il.u up our miii'ln' that wo ...
"' ? well know our Jll'oplI'm never sinceie: wishes lur t"Uo prosperity ot theGreat. umona gentlemen who understand the are nut equal to: the I crisis on' which I we BIB
at his ranch up the St. Julius Hive., nearEulerptise IcCfpt.1I1'e American l and fur Iho'ruaiuel'anc
I Republic, ful'jecl than that the climate and the
; : flleo.'e: shad t'aillll .
itA f1V'enrs will? demonstrate rei-lor.ng police,
: but whose fine herd was bro- verj : of amioahle relations with soils are not the reasons which have given '
1 ,.ken' ujJ and pretty much destroyed in which side; of the house is to 1,1' that! Government, which has had! a centu American fibers control of the market, hjr'niony and prosperity 'lo the Union, but

Gen. limey's raids, has recently the )lose' by following that came up and! ry's duration. excitem"nt produced so much as their cheapness.' All the the nation II ill1,1 f rillh. Ocher! will
brought iu :the Uimc.l Sates( by the presence of companies organi/e'l in England concur lake who bettor time\
playing it but, as they threaten and probably our plums nppricmto: t \
on from the l\orth. a flock of full ; will
.pure, our, troops m Mexico: be pacified by in the statement, that staples equal to
blooded Merino sheep, with tl.o view of will do. the linkne&s of our declaration. The the best American can be grown hi nature of the work thnt devolves upon( iur

opening an extensive sheep fauu. lie American people will comprehend that many parts of the globe, but Hint their and who will iiceQinplish time> i nd we lad, tu- .

t has also brought on large] stock of the The Matter at'ltlctii'crhaps our expedition was not opposed to ,their production in these )pails cannot bemaintiined reach, or even to comprehend.
It is confidently slated by time Washington interest at the American prices. The _._-
most approved kinds of grapes, the cnltiation world's n'beis
correspondent of the New fork depreciation dour during J5p A certain! c1asof Papers of Kew'Englau
of which he GE:,. WILSON EXPRESSSIAS.. the led of
intends to pursue on TURNED war, to a huge expansion the 1
< are constant Iv saying that tlieie-
a a large: scale. All success to him.7The World", that the Government of tle Uni- The Macon Tileyrriih, states that M"ajor culture foieign countries ; but that result -
.. tel States has arrived at an understanding General J. II, WILSOX has resigned his I was checked by the constant apple. exists in ma portions\ of the South an

Cambridge (Ga.).Chart and with the French Government, and hension that peace would at any moment, Intense hatred of the ::\orll1ern people.Ar ) .-,
commission in the and accepted the
army throw into the .
us again
Coaipast says: the in Southein that to all intents and the difficulty lhe Northern: people, asks an ex.
purposes, .
northern of
: agency or snperlnten)ency The'export\ lax, for such it virtually is,
Georgia are generally entering into con. between them is settled. The the Rational Express! Company, of which of five cents per pound, will, dUl'ingLs'\ chine::; as a body, doing anything to ie-

tracts' to labor through!: the'year, and but French !are about to leave Mexico, ,and Gen Joseph B, Johnston is l'r slilenl.He .- continuance, involve the same stimulus, I move'lhif,inlipathy, if it be true that: iu

few idle ones call be found la that immediate the VeIled Stales Government has teair. its by high prices to the substitution: that exists
is active
expected to commence has gone ou'for the last four years of our --ter..
'se' section td any: intention to enforce (the! ; \Monroe management ia Ke.v York within a fort. cotton industiy by tha fosteiage of cot rUSED-The bill to ei.large- 'theFreedmen's '

., doctrine. There will, probably! Le no le- night. Is this the Gen. WILSON who ton iuduslry! ia Egypt Indian, et cetera.A .
captured has :
GE r. WUFIBID SCOIT.-Th rensaco- Bureau passed both,
? .
cognition of Mexico but there is a pledge tax of five cents is a continuance cof
l-i Observer the Selma, Montgomery and Columbus !Houses of Congress and to the .
of 27tfi. says the distinguished expressed the causes that have thus endangered gone a
that ,
or implied :* United
and sate military chieftan, Gen' : 713T our control of the cotton markets of the President,
Stales will take no overt rUt! SUI08 to de --,_.d-- -- world and if even one year of its --=--.-...- .
AVinfleld ; opera I It
Scott m.vla a brief visit, to the pose Misimilian and put, J unt't'1., or anyone i The President i it \\a said, has deferred lion d'j not produce such a result, will '"' The Jacksonville t.ljQ/J is in-

Tcnsacola Navy Yard on Tuesday Jail.- t':-e'ia: his place. It is not likely issuing the formal !,>ndeclaring'the certainly transfer that control permanently formed that the (
< 34th Regimept U. S.. .
The Observer ,
his feeble
health I
to foreign
; says prevented that: '; the French \\ Ul leave Mexico: before restoration of the Union, colored
his mingling with the troops on duty In this State, is to
people or the close: of the year, IIlIdI hn they"\re until the opinions' of Gens. Grant, Sher- be immediately mustered of
receiving anyone! aboard except the olfi.cUls. W Gen. LES; was at Georgetown D. out service
going: their places will be ?U1')1lie.J.J1) man, Meade, Thomas, Sheridan, Sickles I '
The U S.- steamer. on which became Austrians, Belgians, and such Mexicans I and others could'be obtained relative to'lhe C., on the 4th instant, and was receiving a The N. Y. Jlerolift Washington correspondent

entered port,Hi 6 o'clock p., m., on as accept the Dmpire.t7 submission of the .Southein:! States lo great deal of atlell'ton! from tbP enlul1l8 recently stated< th4t] IOb1s Lm ,

Tuesday and cleared Wednesday morning the Constitutional authorities. of Georgetown and Washington, and 'was passed, the President would !issue va;r.roc.lamo1lon .
at an early hour The usual honorswere"l'nhl Ten thousand "notices quit". ( I in excellent health,
have been ejvenen: to tenants of houses declaring: He writ I of twptt ror.p" .
him l Loth the and W Wrn. L. Cazneau, recently nornialed !- + .
> Army
I y. vl.ieh are to bo pulled dowu to. make mere restored to all the border States: .
t1f" Four ocean left Savannah .
iI for to the Senate as U. S. lIIIitsle.'tothe .. ,
t Nary. -1 t room newatreetyInPadt'J ,.
.' .--r-- f. h I' .' t .t. Qqmiuican Republic, is a resident on Saturday last, with heavy cargoesof IV Lieut. Gen Grant has contributed I

Witsir tr'NoETasar'CEoaot.t.TheRome Josh Billing 'sayii"God cave the ioichint of St. Domingo, and has for,, cotton &e., and large passenger lists_ the sum of $:3,000o aid in the 'erection
Courier of the' Ism nays the wheat Aioolx, and don't let 'enj run out, for If it"iast + t"o for New York for
ntcrest' Philadelphiaand tie
'ears'jtast taken in the Metropolitan Methodist
crop in thai tt'Ctioa peter looked ui ie for then; wise mc& couldn't\ gol a ) t :great':... Lpiscocal
1 protuising, iving." | black Republic. one for Baltimore. Church, Washuijtou. '





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I .eY-:Jo'c TELEGRAPH.COXG&lESSIOm= : I IY' Sprcch Ex Oov. HFNHY of Ilrnry A. WISE A.' of "Virgin'I ('.! THE C'I'ARKET-S' +.; DRUGS !u! DRUGS i o McKIBBIN{ & .ALLEN I

; ) ( & NEWS.TILE made( ft Speech a.few nlshls since in Hich-, 1 TALLAHASSEE MAill E'r. \
.. month for the benefit of the Female1 Or'plian WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.)
NAVAL AvrmipniATtoN' DILL ) As)him. We make an extract: from! ClJlToX.MiiWIIng .

*" I'ASSEDTMIi:! 110 US I':. It : .......34 a 30 I Ordinary... .....32 a 33 ,--' -. -.---. .1

The noblest hands of then who ever assent, !MARKET I I The andHandsomest
TIE l<1tCED1iEN'S cirnuvu BILL fought, or who over foil In the annals of Flour norbbl.. tlOnSOlliickwi.oitt LARGEST, STOCK Largest : ,
aA J.tSSEL) HI) I'll IIOU3E3.;:! war, whoso gloriouv.det'ds history ever tier I lil.$ n $20
HomlnV uu.!hcl. 1 -,
l' Ionic pen' to "record were I exultingly In the State of ( .
I Corn Menl. 1 0(1( eoi'gh3. I !,
;- \V Fct: ;. 9.-Thft llotisp to- ASSORTMENT OF'
Avuiauiu.i '
Claiui, tin private soldiois in the arm lei of Ibtl'e-.... 38 n4HHoef I ,
clay ]lflqll'ltIll''\ Naval Appropr'nliun\ bill..Neatly the Great Conledt'iate cause. Whetherrla'il 'r'.1J' .,. U n ]0 i I

: I nil I t the air\ ms for ilio Nit'folk: n fl(lI't'nefcola : in the cauSri which Chlckon, porpiur.- 7ftf -.---.... -. ;
III''l'Ong they Kan'; per doauu-----...... suu
NYanls time Urlckcn espoused they Were puniest and honl'HLlaLri.I Butler, pur pounil..-.75 n Sue DRYEVER G.O'ODf,

out. ) in their convictions, \I thought (:tiesee.---.... ............... 40aHwoot mmcivr; : Cheutlcal'. ;.
'e The House aKo concurred the Sen"nto's that they wet e riahti! to defend their own, I'otriloon, per bu.hol.5 ft 1 00 D"1Wil.MuilliMiicfl 1'urlumurlrA..
amendments: to the Fiepdme''H, / 15u- Irish Tola cm, per barrel. 700 Trusses, Suridoul InMrnmunts, Do StulTH, ., r
their native land its suit! its ahnr'\ its .
\, Onliinn, per blll'rol.$1 CO 118 Oil Flavoring 1,atnmte &e. &.0
rear bill. Instead of confining ils opciaMKMI honor.- '1'hpf"lt, that they were 110 lebpis Lard, per pound....--....-.._....2iiHucon ;; Solo Atfont for jlolmtinid's Extract of Buolm OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLORIDA '
) to those :Stales: [ in which, tlm habeas nnd no tialtois in obeying! their State per pound. .... ...........au25) find t Hiirmipnrllln, Ayei'i 1'rcpnrntlon", Jnyne' ,isConsisting
rol1UM Is suspended: It I Is of gi'n..ral app' li- and that Whlsko, pur gallon.jatono 60 I'rppnrntlnnK, .. Dumlngn: Bitters nnd ,
Rovpipiaiitip' : they thought it Illilcn ... .
i dry 8 n lOo l'rrpnratlons;'IIoolind'( German ltel's.Ullopk'!
cation. Tlie bill now nit aith. the aetiun uf was lawful to take lip .\I'In9 undel i. theirmandates' : Indus, green ................... 41150 rinjr| Kestoret, ThomrMiirs mod 1'hnlon'R flair ,
Ifie rresidnnt.In : IIlItl101 i1.eJ expressly, by the Prepnrnuousnud'i'ullet .\1'11010",Wrll'.l Htraiujtliinlnit "
the Semite the credenli.tls of Mr. Federal, Con!1 ilntion, to repel invasion or SAVANNA71 MAHIET.8.AVANNAn : flusters and ull other latent Mcdlclnca, bcfi'ju in part ;j jJlnwn
Houston, !:I1'mHoI'lrct front Alubania/ : insui'ieclion when there IIEu lLn OwroK, fBAVANNAII "
Svete' presented and, laid on the table.A II toMippi'p fiH such "iiniuinent ss danger, not to ad. 1 Fel, U, ISO1) and Bleached! Muslins'll'Jacolaet
The mriiey market !I. tight\ \\ and negotiationslimited. \ ALSO
lesuhilinii 4ivis C'lleted! 1 for the ap- mil of The, for, the .
delay. only leason 1Vt. quoto Htorll'ig JixcIiiliiL-o+l lit 41 prcniliim I !
piiinliiient 01'a .oiiiiiiiiipp. to illll'sligl.le delay which could (have, been di>mnnd"d ni:d ditUoiilt to soil. m
../ tie chili}, k,' of spei'iilali'in!, iiguinsi the cl(l.' of them, was to have.: AppeMeTl to the invaders Wiquolo bank.Cities of uliiht Checks on. Now Tlio1 most oxtcnslrn and complc'tu! stock ofPAINTS I i ",
York 1 pur cunt. UlMiinnt : I ilnv'n at 1 \ 14
ftf the per
ton (IVertiutent.11r. .
ayi-nis themselves: : fur. defence a llinbtLI".it.
; oi'iit. itlHCount ; nml 3 days' ul 1 a-S, "
ohll''L(1Il, uf M.iiyl.ind: made h own inviision ; 'and whether there COTTON.: Hltico our IIIHI weekly report the I... Cambric, and r
speech: in iippiisilioii' to the 1'1 toed cull was imminent tla ii g1' or not, events have nmrknl", him )yielded nnd ve ochre n iluollne of 1 fe" .
Mittitional amendment.UXB I. have been invaded, until! PIT cent un nil gl>'"dea. The jiiuiallunii are : Oils, Viirnldlie", French Zinc, Colors! Artlotn' .* "
i .plo\pd. They Swiss
OMIniry.....iNomln'nl. and I'nlntpr's MitvrlnlK to 1 bo fnninl lu may Auction Muslins
every blade of glass has been tt'fl'leknI Lilli' MlddlliiK................ ...... 42 a- of the South, nnd lit prices which AUSO- \ '.
!: 11.L.1'llt: 1-T.OM: EUROI'E.AItIIIVAI. I down, until every Hanctnaty of temple and Mldd I I o g...... 44 nHlrlrt CVrLT: UEFV PUMI-KTITIOK,
fane and altar and home has been pro Middling.--c\ _..............___.. 4fniUoil tanton; Flanne-'!
MlddlhiK....i. 'ln .
l'all"ThE''\ mbsl of their men had no Hen" l"niKls-: .......................... OUal SO: GLASS "ipi
-- stately lily ll-it'11R for their h.mies ; no Tickings] t

YOP.K, Feb, ] !n. -The steairbliiiAiislialiun | slaves to plow and plant any. bumd fields SAl'.1NN WIIOLESAIIS! WUCRS CCHRE.N'T.Hicos : Every variety of Truss!: French lieu Oormnn \ I. ; IL'iallkctS

I has anivcd! uilli Ijivelpool ad- of theirs no stocks or investments' in in- hitnii<.........v..por Ib.24 to 20 flute, Bt,ilniiil." Cut unit Sky Light Ulim. single
\'icrs to the :-111! II H. terest-bracing" : 1'11I1111'hr" )' wpte poor, Blmulilorn. .... "" .HtolOHides I noil double tlilcknues. '
MAKKCTS hut /proudly piiltii.lic and' indomitably! .i.- .' .40IlUTTHi.iiiim. 20lo22nKPiwAX .

The Livorpodl cotton nmrlvet was irrHffitlar bl.nl1'hl' 1' cult uu'y w.islheh1! only her i .) loshun... .411 to 4S Pare French Brandies Cloths and

and !generally: rather I low. &il,'! It 111:1'. plme"eolorll". .36to4'jCAMDI.ES ,
iiiUiiviinliio.... ...
ht Saturday:; : (:lIGtii! ,) (ti;,001)) \bales.Ctinsiih TIiP mothers and, wives and diinflhter-:: Hull..L---- .r 25 to 27 Cassimcres. .

) \liii|' F.SE, Uonlion' .,... ......._'.!.31021mriorinm. Wines and Whiskies.
Twi'hiips CO 14. hands and sons and \1'irollipfs forth, and ( _:'... .TiHo2.rCurriii :: >
M. Domlnvo.. ..30toi2
f Political nom iiijiinpoitant.niEn women toiled 1'111'1111' "l'l'udallcl spun the Kio: ......I- ---------311.195: For Nreille'nil p-irponcv; I\n.ll1 largo supply! or..
I raiment: "f "little i ones" of t "shan'ty"homes liiva.... ........ .45ln4.'iFISH other Liquors for general uno. '
: HOUOI/ASS\ & r-o.. CALL ,\ in country, or of shops in town, niBekcirul, No. 1 ...per half\bW.:till 00 I Ladies' Dress Goods
... ....
:.iu,2. 0 00
Uro.V TILL: I'UESIUIINT.> ::; while\. they champions' ufllefense\ wore in No.l....per kit a 00.I.OCR Bruch, Toucher & Co.'s
their country's! camps or matches or !good Oliln.{wrbbl\ Ill Oil
Vii IIIGTUN, Fob j'-Fii'd Uott2lass: trenches: or battles 1 They f.-iiht'iilly fill good, family .- \' ..!. 1100 Ol-.I.AJYLP French Merinos ,
and other' toe! r(1 deleunies lutJ an nilettiev '- lowed leaders, wli'im they I 'nil II',1, andhomiivd. ordinary' ....______ ....875 aii 00 '
with tl.p 1'1' bhh'lIt to d\'. for tbciiiri HIDES, ,1,)'.t_.--.peril)...... 11 1 !
Nor Cabinets, nor Congress, nor doer Hkliw ... .. is: Sole Aeont" of the only tine Imported 1 Brands
] ljuse( of' I'ciiiini: to ll'.einsi'lv.'K: nil civil: C'Utiniiwniliit, 1.('I' Qmir PI master's IVpartinent LAUD J'rlmo: loiif.. tit/ 2ri In tho cOlotry,11.:' Cal'lo J'U', I.no !J'Ur,1I1I1I English Merinos,
flii'l puiiiicnl liu'hta and pailiLiilaily' the, I nor spies nor i'lvfscd......._.. .19! 10 21 bllery, pronounced by nil coni.ulsKcui superior
nor speculator, ,
I i icllt 1'f Mili'.ngp.' LiO.Dort3, Dnndy, cw.'ntir.pcrgnl.{10 00 to any heretofore III use. .
i enfilades! nor pneiny's pmissaiips, norpoveity. Jules' Robins A. Co., 860Unllniid
The I'lc.sliL-nt I H'feil'ed them): (II o Iiispn.sl iii I iprivntion, nor heal, nor cold t, !Kin. ....4 50 a 600 Special Agent for tho American' Vlnlaae Company Alpacas,

"conduct' as evideticw of his, friendship! bur sntfering; t, nor toil, nor danger, nor Whiskey, recoiled".2 50 a 2 7U and n larao stork or their" celebrated Cillforniu -
hut ,pxptessptl! I liitiijelf decidedly ncainatcivina : u'd Ihei. 11 (Imperial: npptnr..3 25MOLAb.ES \brands conuliiully on hand. French and
wounds nor death ci impair English
!?.Y. 1'1.llnoel.Jol'gnl..7: to 80 Poplins
Ih"111100 lab I uf as l ke- ,
BiifTuiiit'! & > constancy They fought with a devoutcotldehepwd Ooldnn Ryrup. .8.H to 00
1-I-lll, lifiliu!: lh 'tu in conflict, with the which! torts nnconuerable 1\AlLS.p 1' )._........ 12 Mv' special nrmnnementu with Jfnnnf.irturers. ..
; coinage nnd Importer* of thu North, and iu HIII'IJ10111' Poll do
"wLi 1'1I aid. produce, a war nl'raci'H.! IS A HI.::!TUII S, T.ir... --por bbl.fill 00 Chcovcrs N
Have naivalion. blockade runt 11",111 not only uimmr.t.'clnx the abmiluto ,
<| by" 1:<1'1..11111". ....450o a l)0) ,, :.
(ovfrwhelming numbers, lorei-rn dupes I'lteb__.. 6 50 Purity and Uuiiulnenens of mv entlro slunk but
cl. )NiItl..I.: dlU\ NEWS. nml alert,'tltl: Yankecdoin, Ncprodom OILS, TJnionl.. ....per gal....1 flU a 1 80lCeio nlfoennblo lI"nellIlIe., of me goods to sell nt Ore any' cost of the pleoo-11I abovo uoinoIhiusovuii men Plain and Fancy
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t ) w,\HII: IN"'I t nI'ri., 7.-Hie !House tot 1I1I
"<111),)' dl.'h..led! 110.:1\.. ,: \ eilins; nil) the, public ,:undoubted and undoill'ting j Seoul, 11'0.,11..1'1'1' Ib-13 to 15 A.11V ool

]:ii its\ Fn Mississippi" : l,
'I 1 t'hiin i | .isidtt in liuini'suailsfor both tilled Ihi'in l
uhuos iind'blacks.! gilded l the< arms of their victors evtorti TALLOW.....-........ II .12 GARDEN SEEDS.W. Delaines
In thtf} :S': note, \rl'. Clarke repniteda, >d\ Iii' ilii them even cheers on the hat Lle- TEAS, Ill1pol'lal..n.. .$l40alflO i-
O 'U'I.__......___ 100 130:
Heltl wlipie last for PeaceAhas L CI American .
the oU'ensex at they yielded Delaines
ttt\f;\} p'ovhl.nu! ;>imh >t t' 1 kidimjir>iiij iieanies.Mr. ) how ninny thousands had fallen be- Jfouiiitrii unwunhud ._:32 WALSH,
/ : I'V-Neiidnii made a speech in flvowr fore their few .uivivin" comrades laid Clean .. .' .afltoSS Silks

Uie joiul! lehfilmluit\ in riUllou! to the Jo .\ U I Iliriraiws.l: )( t these men of I the NEW YOliK MARKET. S. I:. Cor. Ilnrnurd ic Zlronglttott SrI, Fancy .

,>enlilive( basis. lanlui their. beloved! 1 leader, Jen. It. E. .
reprp WA.sh'sn't9N; Feb. 3 -The' Senate lolav I Lee, said to me, wring the last winter on New YORK, Pub. 2, 1206.( SAVAKWAM: GEO. In great variety
Beeswax:: quiet: nnd depruened ut 43 to 47o fur
< disenSM'd. i' c Coiihiltuiituiftl! aiaendluent ihe lines : "Sir, the men of this war who yellow per' Ib
tesohttionsTin1 will di'heire the most honor and grat Candles quiet yet .t I\ly. ytilamnuttno 22a20c. feb 6,18G -IC VrTiatr : 1awa

iSciase.p.if-ed' ,the bill Uispohinsi! oft tilde, R.l'l'lIot tile lull of tank, hut the com li id been In Hniltod request nt lurnier
quotations. .l.ivn 27 1-2 tu 23 1-2, L.iguuyra: 21 to FOR SALE.I .
t.o! public lands in ;Missis-sippi' Kansas: men Ot'the I'i'"k-Lhe privates
Jl, nod Hln 17 t)21o. Ir.\YJ,: on band two Quo MULES, nud will AT ALL PRtCES.
Ijoilikiiuia, and\ Florida on till liomftacud ---- --- Flour-St.ito nnd Mresrrn !tins bent oflurcd, Iceseagerly have more, for sale, I In a few days, at my place
principle fur ]both IIhitl".alltll.hlck 1 At'VtNCk'or HUNTS 'IN NEW Yoait -A < mid ha\u hC'I'lIlu falrdumiind at uniform! near Mlccouuklo. Apply InS.
Naval bill, w.u also :Now York! paper si, all nl I hat the IU'gI'Hll'l.at quotations.' Extra State $7 70 to $H 3(1 ; AMIIIIdinuli 8ILLK:, .
,The Appropii.uion' oKtnie in that )., 1I1r'1'inolili ., Indiana: MiehlKiui, &c., $7 76 lo tit ; feb6-2t fr IIYIU) A JOTIXPONT.Ailiiiintstrnifix's V-
owner city "
,1i-'IIHNt'll. } Irado
', Kxtni Otto, and fanny brandx, f S 70 to fll "
)1 t,.. Rive, (Ohaiiinnn of the!, Connnittceon ed Ins kMianirt that from chary to thirty:five 25 : Extra;; Oonesee ?S 40 to $11 25 per bid. Notice. Cloths und Cassiincrcs
ct'iit. will lu milled\ tu (heir runts on MnJu.Mllrk.1 heiuy. Now Uncut s OSo to
Nmal ail.iii.s, d..ci.'Ihllt \,"c weieiepared PIT months alter date I will
: present my ac .
Porto Rico 40 to 800. Cuba ',
$1 20 ; ; 33 to 47 SIX I
lo to1 with "Fiance! and the (firbt ..f May next. HOIIM-H in 14ili' and voticilmrsus Adminl.tratrixof, the
go ar Naval Stores Inactlvo nnd depressed. Spirits IX GREAT
} erlntc of T.. M, White to the honorable. Jnd of VARIETY. 'r ,
which Idling last fur o
J n liUld. .Ir.-el. ere year turponllnv Ole to Jl per !nil.; crudo do $7 73 to {H Probate of Ijenu for 0 hill settlement
$:!otu.(! h 'I'U hecn increased lo S2800 and 25 ; resin $5 12 1-2 lo $18 par 2SU Ibs.; tar $J fiJl-2 und ask for a discluugu.county E.a b!. WHITE:,

NEW VOJUC. MAUKUTS.N"lvYoitK jiJOO. 'J'hii' rents "f (houses on Third lo 1'otatois$3 75 per nro bbl.dull And honl',. J-u,. lR, R'll-IJm' Adin-x. HATS AND CAPS, .a' "

avenue, between 30ih, and 40th streets, 1I1I1f11l'SFnlr 10 !goad (1 I IruppiVllI.4 to 11 ; .
Teh. S.-Oitton' dull nl1(111.> liiive been inurcased (liom $>SOO( to Sx00.?:! do. do. 1'ciiliiinK 10 6.U to 11 ]-Scc. tier Ib.' "3t"d' F OTiCE. ImOTSXD SHOES .
Alined\ 'cent Sales, 8UO bales at .1tiI17, A house mi Fifth! avenue, near 19th street .u 'nrs..e Inuellvu0: quote,14 to 17 1 4c. ALL persons indebted tho Into firm ofI.. ; .
TeuB--Ordinary to finest Uynon $t 10 to Jl 00 ; ,' : & CO. are hereby notillcd that
chiefly the foimer.Gol'dli0.38. which Ian year let for 8,000, is now Jetting ordinary to tiiieil Gunpowder und Imperial 20 unless arrangements, are made to nettle thu same, nAlrfWAUE' '"".
: fur 13,000. Furnished Inniscs are much to $1 85 ; ordinary to Quest Oolong fi.lc. to $170 ; they will ho pllle.111I tho hands of an attorney / ,;
4j tlii -- sought after, the bupply being quite unequal and ordCuary lo 1 nest Souelionft Cue. to $150. for collection at llrst Court. ,\ .
1'III1ow-Ii..II': lu day OJ.OOO: lbs at li 1.2 to I A. HOPKINS & CO. .
.. .Af LATS FROM 1 to the Ifintiiid.] Suiixi rents are also to bo 12 7.80., s nd 5,000 lb. Grease, nt 12c. per Ib.Whisky Tallahassee, Keb. 3,18002wFO CROCKEIiy;" ,
{ Y : rnUed. A buildini not far )from the corner la dull and quoted dowu lo {:! 23 lo $2 .,
DECLINE ; CWTTON. of Worth street JwH Broadway, which It t 20 per Dillon. Hales SO bbls. SALE. '

I him ,__.__ _... Tin"Ware: ; &c.fec... *
|.itt year fur 315,000, been taken this _wtUtt------ --- "\crs ,
New YORK Feb. 8.-The stnaraship( 500 LIVERPOOL .
year for $30,000. A building on Broadway SALT. :
City '(.f .Whsliington:: has an \'('(1l'i hLll'bl'l'ool Hx-l.'J fret deep has Itueti let from the lirbt [ !1vrxth mcn Just received and for sale by. I .
dates to the :2Jih:! ultimo.MARKETS. W. }:. D.VN'KLLV,
of $ 15tUG) it let Lust for .
May fir; ; ; year 1<'101.. 4, ISOfl-4t A'ient.PEIVATE I
$ 500. Two buildings on Broadway, suit. G-E=1.0CERJES. -

able lor the dry good business, which let To Printers and Publishers. BOARDING, /

Sales of cotton in Liverpool\ for {lour in 1SG4 for $10,0(10( reach, and in 1S65 for -:0IluvlOg :-i TIti. T. II. AI SrOX IB prepurod to nccominoduto FLOUR, : --5
from the first of 1'1.' llflettii or twonty day botrrdcrc. at ,' '
'Jho u.aiket haS declined $13,000 are taken l May 1
'(liys'2,800::: a largo lot of surplus hut ri'uMuiu'o hour tlio MOlhndJ.c'hl1l'obllll\lo\
-1 4d.COIlRuIH for $22,000. The rents fur dt-Virablo houses city MioU 1 also pri'puri'.J! 10 ont.-rtiihi trtitiAlenlciiKtoniortt. SUGAR f' .
80 7-8S7.! Five twenties, in the country which, tan be reached PRINTING MATERIALS ivory euro and attotiltou will bo fi
:CO MaGO 1 2. from the city: in reasonable time, have also given 10 the olllfurl of the.gucet.
\ been greatly increased, and are in mUOhdemand. I ofllr for sale, FOR CASH, tho f"Ilowingurtl. jllll.: -- H-Jin_. -- TOBACCO, ic., &c,*. :\

ONE DAY;'Al'ERO I EUROPE F'ttrnishedhouse' in VVestchester dies at LOST. : .

county Htiitnble for a JaA ily, being engaged One-half Manufacturers1' Prices. SOifETIMEbelwenn Hiturdnv, the y\\\\\ \ and' Powder Shot and Percussion(' J
FURTHER, DECLINE IX COTTOX. for the Bummer at $350 and $400 per :AbUIIY CEJ''f7FJ- r,;
month. AVABIIIN'OTOX:; IIJNDI'1tESSaizsNo.l CJA'IE, (No. 24,) for $124 87, Issued In laxorof Caps. .
i), In good order. tOne tho 1I11111'l'bltnu,1.11 perrbna, are forewarned
PORTLAND: Feb. 8.-The Bteamshi] A DANGEROUS FaEEnluAN.--Abig: strapping WAI>1JI G1'O'i HAND l'1ESSolro: \: No. from trading; for or roocivliiK such corilllunte, napplioutloii c
Peruvian has arrived at this pOI tl'i h 2, In excellent older. will bu n,'oiu to tho !)tats Trunsiirer .
negro entered the store of the Messrs. for Its reuowil 1 after till ot this no t
Liverpool advices to the 2Cth( ult. 200 Ibo. 811E:V IE II. pubiicatlpii ;
Cook's Hotel Hue lor .
? Uloiimflfld, nearly opposite twenty one days ,
( :250 Ibfl. LONG PKIMEU. J"n.2:1: : 1SIIO-"lw TART && BrTOTTKU.A .
r 'jIr'",.;i MARKETS. on yesterday afternoon, ostensibly to make 1'JUA. Wines & Liquors .
400 Ibs. SMALL
puroliases Mr. Tiloomflcld was waiting; on > J. PEELER
'Cot o'n has declined 1.21on American 12 fonts JOn TVl'K. ,
I htm. Prices not Bailing his hrtnor, he
y qualities' and fI'01l11.4a3.hl on other dehciiptions. quietly insinuated that Mr n.! hud told an :20 fouls DISPLAY,; '1YFE.CUASKH ATTORNEY AT LAW, The largest Stock in the

Pales of the week, 68,000 untruth. The latter 'called darkey n barjvilh DABllES: RULES, W5/IDS, }'C1t-' TA14LAuASsEE1' FLOUI1' A. Stato.
balt's.i'' bales of Friday1! 7,000 b lIes the N I'1lfItR'and in fuel evurything neon-Bury-
addiuon'sbpn the latter drew
some In gutting out a paper twice Die BUD' of lUu omoo up Stairs over the Stale Bauh.JEiTOtlloo '
market closing heavy.:, I a re\'olvI'r. !Mr. li. retreated lo his back "' bunliuul." hours from 0 &.. m. to I p. m., and CONSISTING OF
Consols 80 S.iccsa 15.10. FiveTwenties W. A. eilOUElt, \ ,
quoted room to get a similar weapon. When he from 2 to 5 p. In.Ontohar
I5liflfii5( 1 2. returned the negro was tiindmcj on the Proprietor l"lurlJlIuIIIII"I. an-ilm, WI J1SKY, BRANDY, OLV, CHAMPAGNE :

The Iflnf'11I1lI'IVS is unimportant side wulk with bIll pistol I still pointed P. B. BROKA 'S TORT, SIIKRUY AND .
!Fa' 1. Co market BLACISMITHINC !
." l'EW"Otl{ {, ton at the store. Two policemen came up- CLAKBT NIXES COCKTAIL '
heavy. Sales today 1,400 bales at 47
:. 48c, chiefly the former. at his breast soon brought him to H. 33. FITTS & CO. LIVERY AND. SALE AND STOMACH .
Gold 139: 12.Governor. lIe in house BITTERS &c. &c.
'w terms was lodged guard ,- to exoouto every desortpgBiecss I # ,
Negro asserted as hIs opinion that since z 5TThe merchants of Florida are re1uppctfully .
his aY
(ate Swan, in 'message i "nigger soldiers bad come to town, colored ITHUrc; Stables !ISf requested examine our stock I.
to the Maryland Legislature, endorsesthe folks eould do us they plcased.C'olufI.bu. I before! deciding to
action of the President In hi*' past I In the bent meatier and u low at ajgrw. I purchase in New Voik.a .
Sun coot of IIIntorhll, 4:0., will o.Uu.i ui. j.uvy we will duplicate all bills at Now Vork ?
policy\ in dealing with the disloyal Sttes, brave secured tUo norrlcci ot iuma uf the : '
'. prices, thereby savin
1 \',ji cannot see the ylsdom or good !,oli.C The Franklin, Ky... Yeoman has information TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 11f'Iht.l: g, ti-T1)) :tX* ;.

:fft insibting upon negro suffrage that the President had ordered the BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. -ALSO- t r I'o.itivIll no $d.

Ctx' as matters stand restoration of the habeas 'corpus to Kentucky Thoia'; wbo may rfvor ui with their patranava: villa AGES BUGGIES WAfiOXS q- tolj at reteilJfcKlhWn
in !\Iarplaul.leThe. Monroe doctiine i is and .the withdrawal oft troops from will be ffiiarunlvetl entire putiafuntton i '
La Post Affil 11.11\lSS: FUTallulmMie & *
endorsed. fc"Sht iio. rty orixwitc OBlco.KeD. S.1LC.( *
earnestly that Sta I,' .et.
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-- '-oun .E.E.A.D.: : Great Billiard Match-291 A Delicate Husband
HT cot. A. M. ttnnnr.I Points in one Run Not many years ago, there lived, WHOLESALE AND .

o From tlio Galveston-- 1\0..8. The third contest for the possession in n bmall town in the interior of

[ OUT readers will thank the author! of of the /gold mounted billiard cue V/ormont/ a queer and extremely tim ---1 0ct _- -

I UK- following noblo lines for ilioir! beautiful and the] I'hamiiionship of Ohio, took id chup-ono not overburdened with

and allecting defence of the heroic place] tit Clevelandti'edncstiay night, sound sense withal-by the name of k WQ A.. (f)@

and immortal lend of the 8oitt.li. They dctwui-ii. ; Chas; Davis of Cincinnati Eli Snidpool.This .

Ibe more appreciate as coming; from anal I John Fr.iwley, of Cleveland.- sad genius, to his surprise, and ---.- ...-..- .
mo .
y for himself a !high reputation The match wm for one thousand tho infinite astonishment of his acquaint
one v.1.0 (jainoJ oru I'1IIL'NDS THAT WE HAVE
: urit'ccTfi'LLv IMOIIM
t t. as' a aolclior\ \ under cimintaucos points, ami Lad a remaikable tcrtni-inatlull. antes, plucked up sufficient Wi O I'E V r.l) AWJI@I1IreS

makd that fame the equivalent! ofmore / courage, tit the ago of forty, to get mar

which oven than it generally; implies., ] .\t the x\entictli! innings the ried. Ho proved a very dutiful and obe >. I1rn 1ft WID i9JLtih.rpII: & '1fmAL .2.

t. masker: nniiouiiccil Davis 133, Fray- dient husband ; but his timidity and .
Alli'd nttlons, the where no are prepared to supply customer wllh all kinds 0
ahull bo of nil Ibo Old island ill TallMirwc'!
n house butt
My but hnvo m.d.I\ a dou of i-y Hot; lit the eightieth innings Davis extreme cautiousness proved I
house of prnj or ; yo
t thieves." :" of prophet which coino to yon {010, Fiavvlcy 684, and the uightyseveutit of many a joke, and Always solely at 'Dry Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes,
Hownre Lis
.1 t 4n sheen'' clothing 1ml inwardly they lire raven, innings Davis 076, Fraw- own expense.

tug wolves Icy 700. At this! stage of the game In the course of time, as ii often HATS & GAPS OLOTHING, HARDWARE, OKOCKEKY AND

"It was the worst a oik that Bntan nnd sin tho friends of tho champion looked' the case, his good lady was taken ill, ,

In tiudurlook IV were nut In this martyrs world In, ft and good they onunct Hint: but sullured convicts exceedingly blue, and: the? Cincinnatians and the result was a fine, healty, Snid AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS

In H bail one. Who shall comfort lliein that wore the most smiling faces! im pool junior.
sit by dishonored grnvesl"-Srrmon if henry of the The lucky father was very solicitous At tlxo Xiowost O/xsli. :i-looia; for Onela. ox1) -
Ward llerehrr.VIIn aginable. Many !audience puton
nod-dares thou their hats and coats, and njado up regarding his lear companion'sstate cDcD .14. ..14. 01N "
brutal mon I
In Hod's iinolnlod plnon to 'preach their minds for pretty bad defeat. up to the last Jour ; but when
hnnd und brnien brow- )living cutnbllHlird, a lirnnch of our lioii'n In }f ew York vf nrp prepared to furulsh Qoods. of nil
\ he
formed that and
'Vllhlnlllolli all
The lemons Hell would blush to tench IThu But the game was not yet out. Mr.I i \vai over, kliids, In any quo,..")., on the uliiiitext noticu mid Ibo must advantageous terms.
cruel taunt thy llns hiith'hlsnodJlunoulh Davis had twenty-four points yet to was invited to congratui tte Mrs. s-

Is falsa-M Uollglnii's fulso Inciirlot's holy screen kiss; make before he could put his hands on tho happy terminatitji, a look of Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to :

10 flilse-in thou art vile rind menu.' on the coveted oblong box that layon fear and :a ghastly pallor l ;cussed over .

Are these the lessons which Ho taught IAnd the table near by. He got the his features! and the proposal .vas has HODCKBSS SCOTT $c CO.
was Ills mission, hero in Miln I declined. The his I
tily thinking
Pence I'lIdllOOd will stunt words of niiught balls and made a neat little run of uuise,
Hull rnliw the enrlh with hum ilgntii I twenty-two\ leaving him only two delicacy the cause, foibore to fll.ther NZW' yoo.xr.:: .
And tliiMU clinn'ii Innlnmu'nt' TollohoOKC". 1565--1y
his in the sick-room .J"n.9
llyitnu-llke with henrll estroud I to go. Under ordinary circumstances urga presence ..- ---- --
Ilnxl dared Invndo, with hlood-honnd scent, where tho was close he just then ; but as the day passed off -- -
duud I game RAILROAD
The snored prctilnuls of tho PEN & GEORGIA of Varieties
would undoubtedly have made the without the consolation of his attendance Emporium
Not such\ from those denr bravp old Kontli, ; she visited his room again 'M.tI:
Who met then In thliut\ hour of might I two points required, but opponentwas .;,g ".; ;i """ ,"' ,. J;:' ,I.
Hut from tho coarse polluted month 201 points behind, audit !seemed not a little indignant, and urged, _
Of coward curs wltu (cured to the tight.\ almost tho possibilities even insisted, that the liege lord 0 ,,'n. I) SLtSSDK.T
bear loved old South I contemn Clime among CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.: ,
Thnt lliosu who hate shall honn on jon } to take the out cf his hands.- should at once go with her to his wifc'sroom.
You've wept b"l.III.1'nr'8\ bloody hciirsu, game with the TAr t.AnAsses; Jun. 1&, 1806. A L 1. A II A 8 S S3 JO, KI.A.,
That bore iiuitj- jour bravo and true I I'I'holr But the old adago that "a game is Evidently greatest rand niter (III* date, the Truing

precious'blood, though, vnlnly shed- never out until it is played out," was reluctance, he at l last consented ; mid, Oust u the Pi'iisiicnhi mid Uourj; ll.iilruml: will Copper, Tin ands1IiET

Ix'tik; ns.thy shore old Ocean l.vesAWII never' more applicable. The balls absenting himself from the house a run dally\ in fullons EASTWARD.: 1RO.\ 1I.t11GF,1CTl'IEIt; '. d

And bow bless with the reveroneo turf that wrnpii o'or nor their bud gr.ivos. I were left in very good position, and few minute, he was seen returningfrom I.CIUP Qnlncjr at-------------------- 4.HO \. M" .j

From Mexico to Mnrylnml!, the champion went at the work of ueighb apothecary's bearing Arrive Tiillahnmue nt........ ... 6 7.UO.:110 "" DEAtEH:: IN

What Those though grn\cnurustrewn no mother's like tcndor autumn hand lent os- reducing the gap and increasing hisaverage in his hand largo bunch of dried r.i'iivu Arrive Tullnliiissce oL :ll-Idl.olll\l.at----------------............. ..11.DO "

It t*pun their tomb u chaplet weaves with more nerve, apparently I tansy. .Ascending the front stair- Arrived Lt nvo MiullMm nl Lulte rut------------------Coy ut...........-11 3..U.SO 1'."U.WCSTWAlll English, Trench and Domes!

JCor wives, nor bister, bend nbovo than ho had displayed during the case, he knocked gently ot the sick ). tic Goods
Tho honored Soldier' nnnnirkod mound lie worked. room door, which, being opened, ho trf-avw r..ikn City at----------------- S.SO A. M. I
They arc ohjvcli of oiernnl lovo progress of the game. ArrnmtMadlKinat..........-.....1220 P. M.
In MII.'oruIClllSo"llllIrll ground.. tho balls gradually: together, and immediately seized, and nearly closed Lrnvo MitdUon nt...................12.&0 Plain, fancy & Japanned Ware
It rocks not whore their bodies lie- with bunch of arrive nl 'I'alhll".o.'o ut............. 4,:ISO "
tty bloody hill.side, pluln. or river with some of the most beautiful and again, standing a tansy LIMIVO Tnlliih ii-sc'C nt................ *,<>0 "
Their Their mimes deeds nro of bright valor live on Fume's forever, proud; ,sky, delicate manipulations kept them together thrust tightly against his nose, and ArrneiitQulnoynt! .................. 6.:0 STOVE HEADQUARTERS.A .

the to trembling in every joint. ST. MARKS TRAIN.
Tho tone-birds of the Bouth ahull sing running up score one To the of all Leave Tallnlmanoe nt................ 730 A. Nl.rriontst. and handsome!
From forests grand and flow cry alum, hundred, and still ho kept on. His amazement > present, .\ Markii lit.-.....-...... H.I6 large variety of
And uentlesl wntera murmuring, friends took their !seats' but could not when urged to come in by the feeble LV.WU bt. Marks nt.............--...liOO M.
_, ......._ I'. M.
Unite to by unit their requiem. Arrive lit T.illnlmMK'e in --' 1.45 COOKING STOVES ,
voice of his "better-half he
And Spring will dock thulr hollow d bed repress their admiration of his fine repliedin D-lTIlalf an ]tour w Ill b,' given on tho nriivnlof ,
s With types of renurreetlon's\ day ; and would occasionally break the greatest trepidation; "No, no, the aura nt MudlBOn for Uinuer going from
And silent bore mho Night, bath spud, playing, und coning this W'IY.A COlubillhli t
The Morning's beum will klst awa)'. out in a round of cheers. Soon the my dear ; I dare not expose myselffor Una of IOIl"O| between Quincy, B.ilnhrldtttt\; .J
sad Albany, und between MontlufllonuU Tlioinnnvlllc. I I
fear of catching the disorder !l" SHEET IRON
had reached hundred and ,
run two lib the trntnit
Those heroes rest In solemn fnmo will. couuect \>
Un livery Held where Freedom bled ; the excitement became intense. .A t A more indignant nurse was never E. nousTorsr.
And slmll we leLtlie touch of slmmo .T'I11.16lS6tJ-lf Am.TWIt1"BUX
than tho who snatched the
seen one
almost stroke cheer ,
Full like a blight upon our dead t eveiy a arose.-
No, wretch I vvo ecorn thy hatred now from his hand! and boxed his
But nothing seemed to disconcert tansy Scott & Co .
And his thy shnme from polo to polo Hodgkiss, \-111: .
Tho brntei aro bettor fur tlmu thou, the player. He kept steadily at his cars. ,
And Hell would blush to own thy soul. --- + --- COMMISSION MERCHANTS PARLOR COOKlXd 8'rorl: .
work, bridging over slowly but surely 1
"Dishonored' t" Take hook Die Ile'l'hat'us what time seemed almost A Crinoline Story.An .
graves N'
one an NO 24 OLD SLIP, :W YORK. All liimniccl! .
in and
neat dinaliU1]
brunthed by more than human hate, a IIIIIIKner.
1"0., Aimnliis like you die, impassable gulf. There was amusing story is told of lady Tliod. II. Hoa.'klns, lute Il.lmbeltoii B'ullt..ro, llioy cnn be hipped, ] to ant' part nt
Not less deserving of his fate I soon but twenty to make, then six: who tried to smuggle a clock across Bud tt mnre, the oiuinlry' with ppiffci .af.tl. S'JOVHPIPL'S :
Our Spartan omen bow !jn dual O. W. Soott,of firm of O. W. Scott & Co.,.Tnlliiunsafe. -
Around their country's broken shrine; then three. The excitement.was un- the Canada border. She gave the : nile! ELBOW constantly, un bard,
True-ns their souls are noblo ; jum, bounded. The looked clockseller particular directions to fix D. U. Puole, of firm of Poo'.e: & Babbitt, B.ilnbild Outdoor oik-J'in Honflne, Gultei-
l'uroIholr deed have been divine; champion up ,
o Gn. III ing down Pipes, 0 'tin nteota1 UHUMJHeads
Their '\o\lellloll.l, tho wounded cheeredDKI at the string: and coolly inquiredhow the alarm apparatus so it would not \\". O. Pool, of. arm of G. W. Scott .t Co., 't'nl.laho..ij Sheet Zinc, 21 I tot L lid.fj I

all that woman ever dures ; many was required. 'Three,' strike ; but the Cannuek, being Flu.Special Shop woik of every drsciijiituu,
When They wealth give us and tear homes, and hud mull itiaappt us, and prnyora d, ; says: the game keeper. Those three somewhat of a wag, set the alarm so uttcntlon given-to the s.ile of all kiuds of dune on blioit nlll icp.
Thy proudly gave their jewels" up were made,' and the unprecedented it would strike at the moment he
For a:1: .lu-y lovnd ns worthless toys ; knew the would SOUTHERN PRODUCE, No'tl.onS.: :
Drunk to tho dregu Want's bitter oup run of two hundred and ninety-one lady arrive at the
To feed our sick and starving boy. points wn scored and the game custom house. The lady fastened nod to the ptirchnim and shipment of WOODEN WAKE,

Their Is borne glorious by that flag uuconquervd on high no. more baud : won by twp points. Then his friends the timepiece securely to her hoops, Household and Plantation Goods, WILLOW WARE,

''1'1. furled upon the"silent shore" broke loose. They rushed on the and started on her homeward jour 10VS t
Its heroes ttlll around It stand. at the house Wares, Implements, lliRISTMAS PRKSEXTS
platform and raised him on their ney. Arriving custom ,
No more Wreath Its fold. shall meetThe Of '
every description nn lianii./ 'nil and
r armies of Immortal' 1.IK I"-Lb""L; shoulders: :, and carried him around, the officer found nothing contraband MACHINERY, &0. rxnmine before put cliiiMiig elhpwl.cre. _
The rolling of their drum. ,
li echuhig in Ktcrulty: 1 while the old Academy rung with among her effects, and was passingto l\(If. 7,1S'5lmSOUTIIUICN/ .

OAl.rsaroxTIXAaJanuary,1S66Rail such shout as has never been heardin the next traveler: when a loud REFERENCES : I "

its walls before." "nh-r-rl" was heard under the lady's Mclius Currier t Cj., few York. EXPOKTAXD 1
J. L Moore' Grlllln, Oa. .
skirts. The
Road Repairs.The -. -- strange was kept Hrjnttt Cruoiu, Monigomory, Ala..
for the full of minute A. B nd, Maoon, 011.J. IMPORT-COMPANY.
up space a ; .
the Southern Railroads Grant's Generalship. .. It0
repairs on ;. Bond, Macon, G- .
but the it hour
to seemed
lady an U. SVhltfleld, I"'mopoll.In"
despoiled by the Federal ar The London Army and Navy Gazette and she became tremulous and exci Wtuu. Batty, J'I .ldcIiL Stale GjNk nf Florida, ,

mies arc mst being brought to com edited by W. II. Russell, of ted. The Tallahassee.T'I.W TIllS COMPANY: now orcnnlzod! ] and n* .
custom-house officer
not K. llambulton, Prea. Md. Fire Inn. Cora piepurcd make libvral advauc.es
The repairs on the Wnyncs- Times in un
pletion. correspondence fame noticing to hands pany, Baitlmoro.Ott. .
daring lilY woman
on a
boro' road to Milan and the Central Gen. Grant's 2 -lf ,
: "Gen.
report says : "save in the of kindness," Cotton and other Produce
Railroad from that point to Savannah Grant's of is way procured 'f
theory war simply this :
an iron rod, with which he ; li-
\ have been finished: and the 'I have 250,000 men to the 150,000of I felt around the crinoline for the con consigned to our Agents I" LIt'erparil. The pros .
4 trains are now running through the enemy, I shall not attempt JlEUCILiXT TAILORS ml vale f of Cotton I.lverpxioils" from 60 to 54cants
cealed clock: and finally succeeded porntundfurg"od I'plnnd Cotton,and irom
from Augusta> Savannah. The any strategetical movements. I in it down. SO to f 1.32 cents for guild lung Cotton In Gold

.. trains are also running through from shall not try myself in the open fieldor bringing TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, .equivalent We "lll advanceonn-liRlf currency. value in Gold or In

Charleston to Columbia, and the ruse camp/I'lt against Leo ; but I S. We solicit orders for Roods from the Merchants
SPIRITUAL FACTS That whiskyis COXSTAXTIW: OJT ]BAND and Plunters. strictest. ntlei.lion paid lo Ibo
work on the Charleston road from will fight the enemy whenever I can, KEEP tale a largo ud varied uaonmeul ofGENTLEr&NSCLOTHING smallest orders for good. from England, France
Uranchvillo to Augusta, is being : in tho conviction that ho will lose the key by which many gain an and German ISICIIARD?

prosecuted with vigor. We under- as many men as I do, and that at entrance into our prisons and alms :F. FLOYD.. ,\'President., Florlaa.,
has been reduced : houses. E. T. PAIn, Agent, Liverpool, Knglnnd.
sUnd the gap to last, when I have reduced my army ALSO, J. T BIKXIID, Agent, Tallabat..ee, Fla.
about twenty miles. The road to 150,000, he will.only have 50,000 That brandy brands the noses of Nov. 16SotSaddle

branching off at Kingsvillo for Wilmington and that 1 must win. Ho saw no all thoso"who! cannot govern their Cloths Harness and
those from Columbiato appetites.That CarriageESTABLISHMENT
and position, practiced no grand move
Charlotte, N. 0., and Greenville, ment, but hammered away till the wine causes many to take a Cassi meres I It

S. C. are progressing as t fast as circumstances head of his hammer was nearly battened winding way homo. ,.

: will peimit. Their destruction and destroyed ; but at the That punch is the cause of many Yestlngs <

like that of the Central same time other tremendous armies unfriendly punches. I baTe just received a lame aitorl* .

road in this State, was thorough and were hammering away at the Confederates That ale causes many ailings ; Neck Ties went of Good.,conilstli g of ,1 I

complete.! In Alabama, we believe, on similar principles, and the while beer brings many to the bier. Gentlemrn's and Ladles' Saddles

the roads have all been repaired terrible rule in arithmetic was worked That; Champagne! is the cause of Bridles Fine Double, Collars and and Single Whirs Barieis., ,

except tho Selraa and Meridian out. But who, seriously and can many real paius. Suspenders) Saddle Cloths.

f I road. The bridge on that road didly speaking, wilt pronounce that That gin slings have "slewed' Shoe Leather Finding of all kinds of evtry, detcrlptlou.

across the Cahawba river, has been such! a system "is. entitled to the more than the slings of old. Gentlemen's Hose, &c Travelling Raddle and Catch llameii) and$Burdware Trunk

completed, and all that remains to praise reserved for' high efforts of Carriage Trlmmtog..
Gentlemen's ptrmenlsj cut and made la fub. Wagon! and Buggy Hubs
put the trains through is some repairs military genius? Xo Gen. Grant The prettiest skater in Chicago is I onable.tylu and tuporlor manner. Buggy Sliafts", Spokes and, J lm., .
near Demopolis} and the bridge for he appeals tot the great end in a Concord young lady named Carrie October sVTStore t-tf next w T. B. Tatura'a. DUii1Alloaaod Spring., ,

over tbe'l'ombcckbee. which is reported view as the j justification of his practice Moore. She wears a crimson silk CARRIAGES

to be progressing finely and I ." skjrt, a velvet basque trimmed with W.. H WEITNER, AND :BtTQGIES

will soon be finished, This will put I ermine, a jaunty skating cap. Her of every dtMriptlan, f
Selma in communication with Jack- The astronomers say that on the evolutions are described as very LAW, Work Machine madu Rolling.to order and Piptlrinj clone ,'

son and Vickiburg, Mississippi, Mem. 110th of June, IStH the earth passed graceful, and when she waltzes on juoisoy, FLOIUDA dispatch! wut.
Agent for Whfler '. .
phis, Tennessee, and Columbus, Ky.Co.'irmiai through the tiiii t>ia comet, the journey her skates, hundreds of gloved hands .i f ILL tht PRACTICE)Middl Circa IN. THE COURTS OF SEWINC1tIACIIINES.le.VUso and I j

Sun. occupying four hours. beat applause. c c. a: utf TaU",..". Ont W.-l j. It t'UnnT.