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 15, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
notis - AKP9173
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System ID: UF00079923:00023
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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i d.i t; t 11 t l1int \;,"Yes,", said Dean!,"',"if ever. I hang, -I l let us have our hats, won't, you ?- A Rich i Scene < on John's Is-' Card-..' from," ;Southern. Ladies. f
shall land South ,
hang JiappyV' They are in. the,cclls.1I"Y ; Carolina. .-1
We thenrose!', to'.leave, when ''Ly- shall have them men "
13 rUBLISUKD EVERY 011 certainlYt"'wa3 Apa'rtyof sober'staid, 'whi e SOUTHERN PEOPLE ,WANT.
t saught said : the response; arid each one ran from' the States o'f /Williantfl1 en1t;' LONGS, TO'THEM<.'WHAT, 'i BK-'.' .
Tuesday, Thursday. : nd ,Saturday, ."Stop a cninute. ''I would like ''to ,in and picked his hat' with, aa much visited John'sTlslan'd;,8 'c". 'on Sunday ..,:-- \
At Tallahassee, ,Flil.'l'En.US f find out where, : my i pocket book [and 1 glee as would a school l boy withIn immediate with the ntel tiCn.of purchasing! The'following'card: appears in the
twenty'cents.is tnrft' I had with' "me holiday in prospect. land and making examination! of theplantations. New' York Datftiook *
: when I was '..a'rru'sted. I'd ,liketo i ..'rIl'eit'arms were then tied, and, although .., ,For, this "purpose' -a' ,
have a little )money, in Ill)"' pocket the souls of "sonic of them steamboat.was placed at.their; dispo' ,'A ,C RD.
Six dollars per: Annum ; Four when I
  • Holliira fur Six jlloiitlis in Ai we.'Wfere ftbotiit to go out "through neither voice, nor manner betrayed the party arrived at the Island. On 'During the late civil War- in the
    Advance. Single' Copies '1O the door,::.Crab'satd'\ :' .' aught of fear.> Thc condemned men, reaching the settlement at'a plantation United States, in .the. marching' of
    Cents. "\\/ell"le 1 will :soon be.'in' a better' in answer to a question by Ool. Innes, hicb'' they wanted 'to examine armies and'desolation. of our: country,
    woe Id1/ where' "there are no1 !nWle'cor' told him' they:-' did not feel hard toward before purchasing, the whole ''party our; people have 105t'm lltons of money -
    KATES OF ADVERTISING G,' rals." ; him; atld( knew he was only ,doing were surrounded by an' infuriated and a vast; amout of every conceivablekind -
    To bn paid :for -A-dvaixoe': Wh'e'h' ,Mrs: Lysaught called" to' a soldier's ,duty. They then sig mob.of "colored f folks,''. '(it is not | of property, embracing carriages -"
    On iqimrv, (12 onp..reilllllro,) or lem', for the have an interviews with! her son',- he nified that they? were ready to go : respectable'to, say' negroes > now,) horses, gear wagons, buggies>
    tirstiueertiun------------------- n.:..'$1 00Each refused at first to see her,' but n't'terI'' "Good all who arc' not be armed wIth all kinds of and
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    weapons; every manner machinery necccsary -'
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    l ubMrqnput Innertlon. 75 ward 'allowed her to' visit him. She '
    Estate mid Legal 1 Notices to be charged the scaffold,' said Lysanght, Weeping, the aforesaid,white gentlemen'threat for farming ; colts, mules'cat-1-1
    tho tn ne as trminltnt, ndvcrllnc-iucnui, tried to nerve herself up, bit finally arid this: was the first time that a tearstarted cried with j instant death for daring: to; tie, saddles, ''bridles, :blankets 'and
    BXoept Nntlee of DlinnUnloii Ailruintitracor gave way to her .feelings, and 1\' gtinj in his eye, and the first time enter the stronghold of their ,Island everything used 'in stables ;j' sOfas,':
    fur which tho charge, shall: t.eIS 00' tlcmall_.who was present; describes the that his! firm cheek blanched, "but I. without permission from the,Tycoon,' pianos chairs; stools;, clocks, settees
    Obituary Notlcin and Tribute of' Respect scene as deeply: affecting.'i! f : y don't fear to'dic," he', added,-lest the i who now rules the Island -with ""des tables arid! everything !used to furnish
    charjoj an adrertisemutits.z The )'oul1grculprt! was IlS,cold a' bystandcrs'might; construe: his 'de'- potic ,sway. The, white uteri' fromPenlsylvania houses ; cloaks,' coats, vests; cravats,
    f marble, while, the mother appcare'dto 'lucanor L into' cowardice.At '. 'wcre-'irn'mediately'seiz: ncckcfchiefs';'shocs, boots, stockings,
    THE SENTINEL endure agonies -of ihe'tnost Terri., this''' point Crab' wept, though ed "and: compelled1' to walk twelve socks'and'every, manner! of garments
    It the cm'y paper la Florida, lint In pbMUIird 'ble kiiul. Finally; when she i is'abb'utdie there was a'deep''clesire on his; partto miles! ; almost,the entire' !length !of the, worn by men, women and children ;
    three'llmei weekend; thorrrur""lr.dolis) sub to ,leave he.r'requests her not ,forturn. -- conceal l his. tears.. "I want to' b Island to the headquarters' the watches,. lockets!; rings; bracelets,
    iorlb rathe readiest: means of obUlniin the la-' .r did not." do.the shooting buried decently'aiid' my name' ''writ- colored Tycoon who} runs the machine keep-'sakes"",. inufl's, furs, and every-'
    ti>it new* by telegraph" and mats/and full re.portu said ,bc) "but ,was pI'esel.t ; and I'll ten on my't 'lilb, so that'no one' will that is, the"; Bureau. ,,0f Uncle thing,used to adorn the person of la-
    or the Now York and SOllthorll'Mo'kel ,1 without flinching, but white there take iny.b'ody." "I want toJ be' buried Sam: dies ;' theological, legal, historical-

    .It\vllll\ll"if the L-deiature.ilvn" fall The rtf nr.0 Scntliu-IU of the furnished proceeding to'' I is life there is hppe. i decently. Colonel,1' said LY l'ught. Tbe} poor white men begged, implored classicalt/'poetical and 'every manner
    subscribers at tbo lawoit living; rate*. 'OX. THE C'\I'FOLD-Fr.1DA1'! JAN. 2C.. "It shall, be done," responded.CoK; offered money, and promised of books, ancient a'rid'modern; in all
    I I ,'Tho' day "was ''dark cloudy and Innes. ;, to return to their boats arid never i iri- of the dead and the l living languages;
    glp lDYN..e' visited: the prisoners Seated on their coffins, the, con vade the privacy of Africa's domains}; spoons dishes, 'plates'- every kind
    JOB PRINTING. ',in ,the morninpFather I3eyrathtivas demned were 'borne to the scaffold: (nio again: ;; the fat Pennsylvanians showed -all have been, stolen from us, and
    \connexion with the Sentinel, We Iitv :i nuji I \ holding close l coma' iniou 'with wagons, ,'each'jJrawn'by' four their authority,from the big Bureau may befound; bii the ''table on the
    rlor cad varied assortment or new Jobbing{ i Lysaught' who,was listening''atten- White horses; 'r' at Washington and Generals persons, in the barns, in the stables,
    M i tor!at, and tire pr p'ifed to t'xocute every do- On the Sicklrs and Devens Charleston in the'houses 'arid libraries of' the
    .rlptliii. "f( warlt In'that; Hue with nutUIKM nod itivcly to' his advice arid adnioiiitions, reaching grounds assignedfor 'at ;
    f d-- Ach. Atnti on hind: a line assortment of mud seemed i deeply.".interested ,.in, his the execution they leaped ,from but Cuffey couldn't read, and replied i peoplemany! ,, of\whom claim rank
    Inks .r..rlrlnthllC. \ III oulorn.. Orders bymtdlorfxpro vrorda. The "devil may care"-. courage the wagons witlfalacrity l marched to' that he would kill Gen. 'fHow rd;' and respectability in the''NorthernStates '
    -* will reculveprcmptuttentian. Our pel* : which we described at our late the front 'of, the scaffold; and stood Gen.:'Sickles o'r' '.any pther usse&,, among whom are families of
    .CUM. are id low UN tho present high! cost of stuck I interview was not on his countenance; by :the steps which ascended to it/.. white' manwh6, citm' on Jim *or Jon lawyers, ministers: captains, colonels,
    below.IL"rhl..I.or the Incrft'Hod and,living r.itej 'vHTii'lmlt which! rule ,In and other are', though he had nerved himself firm-, waltlltg', further. orders} The "same Island for take'lie pr perty." Therewas generals professors in colleges, with
    tines of hu..Inesa. I'.ly' :as possible, considering,fi is! stir' 'calm'hess which' had: marked ghetto in no alternative left, ,and the Pen- thousands: of privates in, the army .
    .... the ruing'waS visible on th'eir : to twelve'miles and chaplains' and Governors ofStates.
    '"-.----. --. Touiidings and: the solem'u i l occasion.; m yet syh'hnians bad. trudge
    ,The others'were atthat; time all faces,' though'somo of them had'wept; tm'ough' the heavy sand, surroundedby'a Our people although suffering -
    THENASHVILLE TRAGEDY; in their cell, but ilO 'lI'cam'o out and on 'one or two.gccasions", in the pris-i mob aboutotfe' hundred arid from fire and the riot of armies
    -" joined r''IIa.ught: In the interview'with : on. There were, no ':traces of; this fifty infuriated' blacks, several' of unknown in any ;christian' country
    Four, '[''OIlU:jj Mcu. <'f'Hanged, the r confessor! ,' ;Lsaught' .arid now'either {in their eyes or on their whomvan't d' to "lose them in the for the last three centuries' could, '
    faces. Save for the' cords ;which woods arid restrained with comparative' comfort, live and
    'VI..U they Said und How, .Knight"expressed i their thanks for were only ;, : ,
    l some little ffl\'OI'S .ire had done them board th' m; it would l 1 have been'im- from doing'so by the hard entreaty, build up theirtchurches, stolen and
    they Died and ,betrayed little orn, emotion't'ex.t p'ossible distinguish them froth the of.themsulves'and; ,the' ,influence of .a occupied by troops" for hospitals J ; by
    that Kni rbt, faltered, momenta- thousands of spectators who surrounded few] of, tho negroes, whoso compassionate' invaders to preach strange doctrines.
    We findj'in our Nashville exchanges -', rily ,when'he; Deferred to his father theni hearts' Incited' lit the blistered We" n build anewthe, grave stones
    tolg'I! accvuiuts: Jof the, appearance: and mother:\; The prisoners then'ascended(, the feet arid sufferings: of' the"poor }white of the illustrious dead, whose honored -
    and d.emeallor.of, the' four men /ybohave ''" '''\Vh)';, how .are yon;\ )Mr. Reporter scaffold and, received' the last consolations "b"tikras." ashes have been reposingin'our I
    just been executed for the mar I :?" said a: voiceand, ,we'.turned' of tho Catholic.'church: A1- In" order to' hasten the pace of the midst revered by mankind' -We can
    ler of Air. llcfferraan: of that city. It I around, and Crab extended his hand; thoiigh Otis' onl1tet anc was perfectly captives, th'e'negroes poke 1 them in' build anew our houses, barns and
    will be remembered I t.iat! this;: gentle' 1"' 'jYou did''us justice!, the other;'day, calra-'blood burst from Knight'snose the ribs -9'ith; sticks; and oecrslsibnallytouched other ,buildings devastated by: barbar
    man, ivhilg'iidinghonieiw'ith a party :'jn your report of what ''vwe told you ; i indicative. i : the struggle" within -' them' from behind with'a ism. But in tho'namo of common'
    of friends, was shot," dying almost im, i,that ,was right'Said: lie. The' findings'arid'sentence of the point bf.a bayonet; or'sO'me othersharp honesty and common decency, 'let us
    mediately. Tho perpetrators were 'i' 1I ''looked cheerful.. The flush on Court were lien rea'd.: The: : prisonerswere instrument. Reader; if you have; back'Our stolen'goods? If,this
    soon arrested, and the evidence his face, 'which' made. hiY'COmrades' asked; ,if they.had, .anythingto'say. ';' have ever, been oh John's! Island, is done, wo will need neither charitynor
    against them was' So 'o'vehvhelming give )hint the title of George Red, was ., "f'' q"* you can'form a cotrectidea. "of the 'alms from anywhere 'Property
    that a speedy conviction followed. as fresh as ever: and ho ,had the firm.aegis Berry'' requested that his' body, unspeakablo: pleasure'the gentlemenfrom hl1s.stolen, may be returned ,.to theplace
    !It- .The murderers were all young, : of one who! was ', beyond all feel! ; might bq( ivetl this brother. ( Penrisylvanfa' must havo enjoyed from whence stolen, or i notice,
    de'clared; that ho had nothing last Sab'bath in twelve of tho same left at the office of theNew'
    their'ages Jaging': 'fro Ill, eighteen to' !ing': and sensibility. Knight walking
    (twenty years. They; are ilene'ribcdas kDo[ yodfeel well to-day,1"? was our: to say; miles through the loose-fine1 sand. of 'York Day Book or any other
    ; boyish in appearance, :jind1insteadof inquiry.. ", Crab thanked Mr. Johnson, 'ke p- that beautiful IslandLunde'r.such' very paper) of the country which will l act
    bl.\in-g overwhelmed in view of theirdoom' **'N eVe ',better, am all 'right ; ", feel 'er of th'e" Penitentiary-for "hi(kind agreeable and pleasant l assoeia\'Lions. ; for; us. 'Wo most respect'ully request
    It\ :a i ; they spblcu and acted as if they as'if I were going to a, wedding treatment, and hopedQo'd- would f But to our narl'ntiy' .,""Th-o .white : the publication of this notice in every -
    ,;/ Iliad years to I live instead of lotus.A :- ,;His speech had sp',much' 6fth'e'ludicrous bless him. men of Pennsylvania 'arrived ,at the paper, in tbe-country, and request
    "They were utterly reckless and'' defiant ['that "notwithstanding the ,':Lysaught; said : ';ram:not a.learn-, headquarters(} of tho, Tycoon/about tho ministers of the pulpits of the
    ; ,' and apparently intended to diestganie. solemnity of the occasion; ''we\ could 'ed man ;'what I ,have! to say will ''be 5 o'clock in the;after loon, foot sore I Union to .read this notice to their
    ." The: 'jailor i informed one pf not"repress a smile. Perry:gave us a in a very few words. I am very and .completely, i exhausted. :The Tycoon congr gations,'ns it may lead Jo the
    the reporters that l they hart l been': '!!I\. shake of the eland, bnt said nothing;' thankful that people let me live till) of the B ".appeared, in all return of millions of dollars' worth of
    gaged in'firactising-a! highwayman's except i$ 'response to'tlie\question : could repent of iiJY,sins, 'which ,were his majesty-and 1 pomp, examined, the property to'tbe proper owners, and
    so "-which' they declared theyt in* "'Jlow.do, you find, yourself* his an .many and great; but, I have repent-, papers, ,and found :Ithenr: correct:;- do jnstico.to those in distress, who
    tended to sing on the way: to thu scaf, swer being"Ne' fer better ,' never bet e'd.J I have been treated well ever since with a awave of,his bud his peopledispersed scorn to, receive charity 'fro'ai those
    --/old, '- V: ter." I Lwas in his charge-ever since I left and'the'>white 'men were who: have robbed,thcm ot their prop-;
    "' The following conversation is' re- During 'the i interview' with' their the" Nphville jail:, If "'auy'on has i I rescued front ;their, terrible ,fate.--; ,ertyv ,, '
    ported i: \ u confessor, there' seemed to be traces aught against.me,I hopehe will forgive .- After receiving st and refreshments, I+IANI'SoUTIIEaN, LADIES.'
    ', "ilow came you to do the deed ?', of a struggle between f firmness and 'me, and I forgive all who.have they departed. for Charleston! ,wiser, P.S.-Rev. Henry Wnrd Beech-:
    we ifcked. despair: but each( man braced u(>'his wrprigcd}! e. Th'atis, all.! : if not better 'men when 'they 'laid er and Rev.-Bishops Simpson! < *Ame"
    v ''Whisky did it," was the response nerves like iron to meet his fate, and Each of the others expressed himself their heavy grievances bef ro' the arid Mcllvaine are requested toread;
    I of Dean alias McOlosky; -. firmness triumphed. \ as forgiving,' and desiring to bo Bur' au,'and the people'of Charleston this notice in their 'pulpits,." and request -
    ",Were the saloons allowed tosell, &\'l\ o'clock precisely, the officerin forgiven for all.' ;' ] ; through' tho colura'ris of the their ministers,to have it1 read,
    L l' liquor to Government employes? charge.of thee execution!; 'Colonel. Lieut. Ross 'adjusted( the' 'ropesaround press, (from whence. 'the., substance' oftho'foregoing' as it may secure to us ,much oft our
    : wag the first .qu stton. Innes, accompanied: by LieutenantsRoss thir necks, Lysoueht} !: smiling has been, gathered:: property, v '
    ,. "Yes," .replied Lysaught "there and Chittendall,'.came into the while this was being' done, and the Thewholo"affalr is one of "the rich- ,
    were two or three places near the cor- Penitentiary and found the culpritsin lips of all moving'as if in prayer."I est j jokes of the season ;"' but wo pre "Tip" Prentiss son of.Major General -
    ral at which it could bo obtained "' earnest conversation the priest, wish," said .Knig\)t, "to ,stiytoall sume"our Pennsylvania friends 'do n, M., Prenti"st left Quincy, Illi-
    ', "I forgive the woman who told on and not desiring' disturb them, he don'tpwear, don't visit low houses, not view'it in that light, and it would nois, recently on' skates' ,with a dispatch
    jne," said Crab, "but if I were to get halted near the door; when Lysaught don't gamble, don't do anything not'surprise us if a': special committee'was'appointed for Lagrange, J 4 miles above,
    out she would know what I thoughtof said : "There is the Colonel now," wrong. If you ,take warning by, mo by'Congrew, with and.made the run up in 50 minutes.
    her, but 1 would nofhurt her." and the four raised up and advanced f you will never meet my' fate ;but I old Thad. Stevens 'as ,chairman, to He remained there 80 minutes, and
    A"0f course you wouldn't hurt her, toward him. am going to a better world." s e\if the' wholething was not a then, started on his return, ,and ran
    if rOll forgive her from your heart," 'A few,moments here intervened, They,then bade each, other farewell :-: canard\ concocted" by tho 'Cop per.beads. down iri,55 minutes, having made
    when .ha asked'' them' if were N us 1"rolls'-41u//lsta Uonstitullonalist -, the 'round trip of 28 miles in an hour
    !said Lysaught, "and.no other, kind of they ., while the caps were drawnoyer? ; *
    forgiveness would do any good.". ready. n" .. their faces., The,trap *was sprung; ..... -.c .,, 'J' ; : ,' and forty-five minutes,, running time
    "\Vell.we said,- ,"you appear to "Certainly"responded .Knight, and: they 'W l'c\ launched into eteerity. Receipts from customs this month, and being out only two hours' and a

    ,. view"your .doom with indifle enGe." McClu'sky! alias, Dean, "but: ; ;;your,will ii} ; \ -, r ,will. $11000,000; 'f ,,.in 'gold*", ,'"*..' I qnart(\r, '

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    .- -- ,. .". ;\ ( I Issue of this 'paper, r A fleptitntion waited on the Emperoron' 'The Editor of the.Charleston ems hav .,

    TAL7.AI I. r3k711iC ITII11R 111* I our renders ns to the ICth ,of January/ to ,offer 'sentiments I proposed tn take up. a subscription for '

    &DAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1800, ( : all the during General the office Into: a 'of, condolence on the' death of ';his the widow .and child of 'den., JACKROJ*, :t

    =-....--: 'L. '_ = }' I : two father-in,law, the late' j king of Belgium.MaxiHiLtiAii addiessed, a note to the lady, and received. ,

    '! Agents for the Florida SentiL.tr. as : : : Kinnr SMITH, who, made a foi rn.il reply' con'cludingas }he fnllnwiiia" leply :

    ) I). ]11 \Vason at Qntnvy I \ 'IIt of. tile the Confede-. Trans- 'follows, Cut'Taos HOME, N. C., Jan. 25, 18G6.

    Mi'. TnoMAi .VKIIKIJ, at, *trtdKot\. ability. ti at "My, object I Is not to change the demociatic 111'1' DEAR SIR : Your letter of the 8Jinst.

    McNNvNPRnw' &1JAKLE1tJACkSnntlfe, city of Mexico, \sl pies-\'ere custOms of the nation;'because I ?: was f'Jl warded to me from Lexineto -

    (Cal, h.3. "1'ASLOn, M Frrunndhmn.MAJ. ) \position In Max- am convinced that they elevate the ilnd, :i, Vircjinii.! I have delayed nnswerfgg
    F. C. lUn KTT, at GnhtH\IICI/\ 1t1 of the citi/en in Inspiiitiff him aith'Ilie' (or a few days, hoping to receive the, paper

    ., Mr (1. T. Joi INstla/ Moutlcello '". W.; .Loruxo, consciousness of his dignity and ,'alue.., i )10 which you I lefciied, but it has not

    "" Mi1 'V, I.. 8TI\0)\ All ,nt Centirvillc. : : ,\ \ !' In :,Lime. Army I have i respected the liberty ,of lh'IH'PSS' jet reached! me; and I }have not had. tie\ .

    } I in the!. ,State at; when It ,has not degenerated into license, pleasme, ofrendma your "edilnilals ; I\t.\
    >otl;,o.-\);iifli'il HIP nbtmicc of I tip nniU; n is extensively en- at the same thnti i that I' have made. the judging! from tile t'l'mnl'k in jour letter,

    y iRIidl, Nun .lilixlni'm tif: the) ,ffttttttrl Ofllr xvll\ If | 'suits. authority of the land' respected lie must I suppose it is a similar pnHication tq|
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    1' >. 1'.1111'1,10)1,! Mr, .J, M Potv\ liilllorli: \> t'r) \ ) genUemen nre na', ba blind'IndeeJ that, doe hot 'see that n what lisa lecpntlj appealed in many of

    .rhsrtt'. fl .1 ; l I : <1n. f-Cimim'iWe JWio strong authoiily ,th 'llIst, nnchorofsafety the newspapers lepiesenting' the family
    nr. A. BUOUKH, for our country. Yon have seen of General Jacl\ron! '.ns suireims( for the

    Tnnl\"u, KrV JO, 1M''', }' my calmness In the mldH, of calumnies, I. necessniies of hf, find nppealinp' to the
    _. / a muf 1m'! hare been against ns
    " -- "--- "":: : --:-' -'I they pointed by public for their ,lelief

    'lWW: b would invite! nttcntUin tithe ; ( \ piekcnt wheiertbouts' : foreigners. Forward,' \gentlemen! the< calumnies It is IOIIICPO'of deep. regret' and mnitift-
    the 1 I A few\' weeks trill \pass; but our,work ,will lemam. ; cation lotae. and to n>v family and friends
    Law' Card of EDWIII A. HAKT, lsq.: ] ] of
    'bnrg" Vhginin Strong in the support my conscience that such imsiindejstandinsi i-houlrl exist ;
    Mttdtsoi.* Fla., \\lio' will practice ,hi .the, ) and the purity of my intention1', I in leaaid; to mv ciirumijtaiices, It I is

    j Com't* lIt the diddle Circuit., (' { \ I :: lld where his family" i contemplate the future 'with tinnqnilily.:. true that nlniosl the whole! 'of iny Intle

    _. ,._- ," -- itni, -. 1I .: since. the .war. It I Mexico has put her honor in*( my bands. fortune has been swept au ny. Atv noble

    1.1" One coi apnny ('f4 colored, : troops! I; he hRS. returned to Let lien know that her.,honor is secure.? hiisband. ) nclrtftted by rat" iotisnirt.\ .

    ,,left this city on the ":R t'I'II' train Jrsioi-. tlio i, .' nosy occupied "a' KSNTS! 'ON BROADWAY -The Xew.Yoik vested Gove'nnierit in ConTedpiaie RI1II\ lolloivins bonds. to his aisiA e\4m-) 'time
    dad.,'. and another arrived by the! 'SiMuiks I'ti : MAXIMILIANS' Cab, Journal' of,Commerce.:':February! :'2d, has the pie*, the crtn eqtiHnce' sing the\ loss of.neatlv '-

    'train. f lie, he"has the Chill,.
    the may follovviftgl the whole oT his estate ; but hilt
    .'. ----- .--........:...- ; of Flul'ida1(1 still left, to Me ilie of the kindest ot ralli-
    A dry goods firm rented store for the
    Tint, XEW' YOKU tt "DAILY.:"ifpfts: ,') M'e ; ; South. A I nn'of current year at $15.000. The a ownercalh I.'rsl'h;) Ins the means of\ piovidinz! all

    me lad to I'nrlthnllhls\ most.excclleut\ i the coin foils of life fur me ntnl my oiplinn ?',
    ; ed
    i m and energy of on, them a fl.'w'epks since to ask their
    ... paper now hits nil 1'1I1In'thls c'ty-alr* ,1 intentions 1"1'. anoihrr yenr. They expressed ; child The pecuniary nll>i'mas! of I
    } ; SMITH, possesses, ft others in our afllicieil] land} have been somncli
    JfK.lioBosc. The Xt'a'ais'deserv a wish to remain If the terms '
    of the, smiles and greater linn my owu that, in tins
    ** Ce :, setae, snide ,agreeable. He otfem! ell to
    lngof the unbounded. pntionnge of. tl e respect, I have onl.>' need of n more thankful -
    ; upon
    iiH I ; e have looked treat them fairly; and !srtsaesied\ : tint 810;: *
    : Iiearl. Audi I f nil others
    Southern should
    people '
    _: a : I ::: titan i I'Y the day j 000 pel anm'nii fur three yeais": ; .lpasewould.b have r..nI'5fll" tlie, fur for the
    .t I } : 'a reasonable a ..,' sTAas--Fer tln' n citizen of Mexico, ) Goo! of husband' Imsl'nlcht'll.ol'el'
    F"I.NsWsrArsR' Ilig: :: indi_naiitly refused to tteat and lie left; | my
    ,' convenience (of subscribers; vvfio jn'e unmJformed / have sustained a After a few Imrtm1" stftrcll for another \ us heretofore, and the love
    ; Ilea found:. place; concluded. 10 Ih'cfrindiffn of this great people to me and lilY littit-
    ) )\ a they pocket
    M of
    othepiestnt' lates
    postageon I "E \ child, on his ncuuuil' fills my lieait null
    ; : uion and accede to the\? terms. Calling
    newspapers, we publish the folluwing! Department; \ 0; grateful I
    : to jiv.
    :;: t on the owner: for this pii'pose.' they
    from existing leculatlons' ( ns published byPh" e \ to tight Ins battles leal'lIel1lhRt they were too \late, thepternISPS While it i is one nf time, gl'l'alt' t comfortsof ...

    Post Office Department; : the! ; to the> emergency nring been leased for three years At \desolated! life In see the many beautiful :
    \ '
    $:;: search'left and eloquent tubules to the tnt-ino-"
    0,001) arnum. A .further
    PostnaeVn ; per
    Daily Pappisto subscJbois.; can ; them mjof nij' beloveil liusbnmi,, and I would
    of nn\ thins
    ", when pre-pmd qua terly 01ftirlj' in advance ; '- more eligible hopeless and they seeming hire purchased, !Ei'\\ telullv acrept) tt'uy. olfeiings! tint die,
    cither at the office
    mailing:: or oflice Kill. vuliintniilv It'-thin\\ itmials nf love
    Bui unenns
    nn can the lease of the for a' bonus
    "f, ril'li\'rr\.I"1' S5 I new parties:
    quarter, ('I111tsi'; sic null. Hianuiile to bird, yet the cuiitnbu-'
    .. tunes per week per 3t1'.centt tht' : bill enlarging;, the of10,000.
    quarter! ; ) :, thins thai are imvv' galled f.>rnre st 'en sin
    ">n Tn WitHy papers, per quArter' '15 io is condemned by ilet tale rind inton-is-
    1 ho Dos; I.v. a jllll"'P"jll19| \ it is
    ""III11i j for Kfiai f'eckty'per\ qnniter, Left. lent with ideAs\ nf honor nlltll rectitude!
    cents ; for tt'ftlly per qimtlei, b Ct'llts ,s1:at I : Republican papers The d isnatioH dig !law is not n laThe ,,".-, mv
    to receive 1 beg
    lliem. won'd theiefoie I
    : I The Washington legislators:: ; hiving: an well fixed
    "Cll,1I11t'WSl'tI'I'I1I: (one, copy) sent by : I : : : : eye that nil etl'iirts that
    : are made to raise .1
    t thepublisher. to actual suhyciibeiswith. ; the; ti. the glory of th" people, or. themselves;
    s. \the ( ; papertells fund for mv, 'relief"," \imh) in Clmilesinu
    in the county whet,printed ind publish-' ) that, if once es plit the responsimlitr neon the Count) and eNewhei', be imnl\\\ilialely slipped./
    tdl"ttI, j : Commissioners, and perhaps the: County
    l .. now : bo b\'' this bill of Commissinnprs> might, as well! on: in 'I'alla: With thanks. to the warns hearted ami,

    TMt'ltI AJIOJVO TUB ,t.. S. d, T.=A. ,!A" ; : pan will :never be hasseeand attend. par its while leai latinus ;:/ !!puPI'on< CIU/PIIS of Cliailfstui! for 'lien
    I| Kind feelings toward .
    number, colored troops sot Intorlut.lttIlIu.'n ;ydiiieil'revolution tn slal'hulUe and do I 10.' It is the first I lime.I
    : time that tfliiainonis, very liilv.MARY .
    wp ever were fora impressed
    !: themselves on Tuesday niI.In'.i: ; :: !: officials,<\\ ih their with; the idea that it" was 'clI'M'; llltiuunl! \Si.\ J.t'Ktnti.GEn. .

    kicked considerable\ distuibance} fors sion.J'f'' "' themselves. f. r' Ontinty Coinmissioners to say 'what R. rATCUC\KT, Ei'ilur' Ciiailes-!
    \ ,
    little! while 'shoiiIJ ton Daily 'ell!,. iMv .
    on Monroe l stieet. One'of sets reasons for which or what should not be law; ,
    i There is idr address" is rim::! trlotte Nt C.
    them dabbed' another with a knife, and It adds S one thing certain, the "dogs ,
    informed lh : continue to hold mass meetings!: nnd makeas care of :Mr. James P. Irwin.
    v\eare that
    the wounded man ty w rears, with, its op load speeches as ever,'.rtntlif the C"im- .
    di".t j es|It'"i:1j', Whiskey: i is said to'have uo more erad* CouimiMiioiier '
    ty Laving:: the fear of the
    has'been. IIIIll't., (I Corrofponc'once of time ,New York Ucmld]
    been the cause of the trouble. The disturbance people before their eyes, oath 1 declarewar :
    oC; Influence( ,of the against the canine lade it, add I lite l'cslin. ? from u5i.IVvusAJan ,
    was : :: ; might *
    promptly the officors
    ive \ : If, now the plea to l the, treasury, winch \l'ilI..11 be'. bank. \ i ; 27,18W5.TUP ; .
    (white,) ot;; these Hoops thoughsome for us crgatiuuFlie nipt hy criminal pr oseetmtiuus.Caiaesrille sroti C'BOP
    of time ; and '
    men talked Itiipely and dofantly .Yrt Era.deN. ,
    From all accounts the_ comins SIIJTT
    If ( 'propQsil!(iUI\ to
    ; but theyveie very soon carried, : crop |"r"nist' to be very large, fully as
    'r crushing this dan LOSCSTEKET'S; 'Opixioss-The;
    n'Tand: put in confinement. The oftkeis \ This. is an e*: ; large as the last, wli'ch}, was greatly) in excess >
    of \! Cincinnati II'1l1irer'lublhhps the following nf. ieecding ones dinng; the
    of the colored troops !are certainly enti metaphor that I | pat
    tk't'to great credit for their vigilance the \ IbtA IontI'Ad- extract of a private leher fromGenLongslreet few jeais. .
    : '
    't \ that this enor : LABOR.
    and firmnrss. We have
    : ornrurd civil) 1M, with H see that some of the public h 'o f Time sale .;fa"lot ht negroes near Ilivann.at
    dil'Jklll'y '
    ot among their: m'n. orbetweenxtlie (I I : .:.. should not he the North dre tillinclined' to:douht: onlovahy n veiy" hish fijinrelns been bake up!

    \ !. .colo'r..i.troops and others, t )"' ove-burdened! at the Souih'and to hold us iri our only: some as nn (Inc1it'ali'lIlha! the'ptes-

    \11 "" w heft one or,: l\1(1't'.l'q the ofYcsrs did not b ''() :': :i present contliiioti ,for fill Lh' r plfirauleesWhucaa pnt cmidiiimtrf! ilib' l labtir'system" is safe'

    /. make thiiappearantralmostritLctantane t 1M f r "wedo tQsa'.lsf, them, \ ? We are forget a !little 1\\1I2pr. Hie m 2rnei.! ,

    rtiAly: 1'1I >i '! I.cvocs. I,wlliiiig and anxious to'do anything that! !is eighty fire in number,. sis or- eiaht! .>.fwhllJl
    .ttnd( take prompt! .and efleclualftrps \ recently* promised wanted of ns, provided we are allowed tQ> were over eighty years of A:1t'1.1111;
    restore.! wdvr.Ac. ,. .. ; to have' the le- :eton some constitutional plaiformt; .1 z "miie ten nf. them from ten to twelve jeais
    'tr" --. who I do not suppose that there we 4 t'ipusaili old, sold at an average of one thousand

    :\t- >P A.PAMS EsruKss Co.PxmJr ,I I\j.a expense: of the Gen men 'in, the Sou:(' who think, differently dollars feacli. Ihe, true' eiplanntioui r.f
    J I he shll. considered 1 fn>m myself: on ,this subject; and I hate this high puce is Limply the great scarcity -
    F. A. 'C"lla.sG; 1\C thesteam- '\ rule An 'engi i some doubts whether there are as man);" cf bats r, vvlnlp-ii i is uv n<> meets L an

    ship J1ernire.nrtaingbetweenct, Marks purer, 'Wabinflo to In- as thai .vho would (leave the Union to-diy.' 'mJicauurt of.a' cliijfldeiite! id the cominiiancfrffthp ,

    and JCevr Orleans, touching at Apalachieol.iJjVnsaeU C lus ; if they wire offered the choice to "o ou pn-sent sjstein. The purchrSersl
    I and Ship hltlnd is feelin! low'er. Mississippi or: return upon terms, (equality" bf this Lit. can 1l11 t 'rd t" resell
    agent repair.- them al a los af'll'rhl' crop has been

    for A !ams Express Company, and'willtUe M n .s. if'not'all, Fsoia U-r.1:14-\ decree' of the Spaah "Hiheied; having' iu the mejniiine beenso

    charge! of package bn-vren this iiju Federal. Army. for Goferbment his been( received I\t Havana fortunate as' to secure Srf many Inure
    citjtand!, either of the points wwiiHoaed' I oat action. of the ; ,*directing::{the .i immedUte. dissolutionof month hands to behind.hurry,up' the g Migdr. already!. a

    and far points' }rvJ Sew ,
    Orleans He
    society or.uiJu
    a of influential Cubans
    them, ,
    having re l'o&Tiw TWd
    trauatets the business 5 : ARRIvAl OF ,CARGOES! OF
    obis ae ncy at Uie from 'issuing i November last for the-purpose'of. .endeavoring APKICi.- '
    !< orVf, McKtssiv; i Al. in a' ali
    Ls.; th city, Gov. WELLS to put a stop to the"sltivp.. trade.. There i i. a repoi, t. w Inch "i ones to'me
    who duiirs hs: aK ence, wilt rec1re' anti} : ; aud its from
    Legislature la:do: ordericjj the destruction of all, )papers. : a most lemarkablpquarlpr.Tliat two
    receipt for facials and (VrishrKjend-. : by \ : ; I ; .? 'The decree also reprimands' the cargoes of Aft icans have been landed iriih- .
    ell to V* sent by Expres:: *. ; .eZj"Tt "* h cdunteuan'cec; in.a short time-on what'IiJU t of the I island
    Ciptain :General for having
    -- litUe.j not kivottn. Possibly the eightyfivenegroes
    The Crituiual Courts' are Krcinued ] -The Macon Ttlt- i i Uie society$ .organization.. ,. above alluded to.are a portion uf
    >E that the &eutence : those .
    i and in cargoes.ABitdxD
    operation in Several G
    conntie j = '
    SHIPWRECKED The Uuited f States .
    t tried air '
    ion which
    I ed'ttks.
    FOR :
    In.Al laehna .
    ; on $d two
    aeroe$ were ,
    Steamer Xarcissu Peusacola
    : '
    confictVtl. of larceny, and 3 ; sentenced to Daily Xell'1'ork'as. lost during a storm onEgmoat labor is the increased
    receive S3 and '23lacaeS : WK is: Sao;his importation of Cbi-
    ,reJfcUvely. -- I C\ public tbon: 'it Key, (entrance to Tampa Bay; nanien/V put large sums into the pockets -:' ,

    Th* Gairestitlt! fr says Uw sentences the F'a.' ,) with all on board, about 30 souls of time iuiporters. I find in Spencer's'Commercial
    l'f"ftuspeihledby. virtue of Gen. Fos- Ssn "jcdsmentof on the STih'ult, Bulletin that four cargoes,
    TtR's I : impruonmeoi expected active, lure been sold dcrins
    recent oei. i e Kft "
    President his o ?" The is under the past few days. Three of those ..car-
    convicted (toe. larceny, were fined Fes. | one I t 3 probjetl serious confideraUo'a ,
    bail goes brought twenty one ounces a head
    and {130: 'evpclively, and to reraaua in i, l'*js I' released on to" pat the telegraph lines along -aoour. three hundred and fifty-seven

    jail until their fines ire raid The Coonj j to examine fails,j i the principal mail routes under the charge dollars in gold,; and the -fourth "twenty"ounces

    1)*y "' 1.Vl'wpl'ablr bare the privjleji: tffII i|| vhlch this severe I t of ,the' Post Office DeparU&entlwuh : or three hundred and forty dol-,

    : : those dam kI'Ysoo.I: w bsle. has : <-d.. greatly increased facilities for the public. furs, A; for great the many demand more for cargoes labat are of expected all

    .. ... which \. of'lie London !i ly- A National Bank with, a capital kinds is incessant Chinamen: hire out at

    Aataxrs 1CaitD .u in Xew Orleans 'It is 'report4 inl of a mil on of dollars is about to be $25 month, and. nl'trot'sTho! are good
    field hinds fetch $30. One .
    recently, >;ida,,Lectures oo the Motuots I C{\ a private uoder- taxied in New Orleans.. > importing companies ID Havana of Urg.st bt j,

    A correspondent* ll<\ustn (Texuj i Cc.. the ust.been fined $2,000 for a violation of
    rriyr/4 lays : "11. 'Seat u.. out a b.g I,\. \ ; ; jvOn th..t instant the P. )(. General he rules regulating: proper and humane

    ticket adrjUu.in lone ordered a hundred Southern Post- treatment of coolies board vessels. '
    green giving to toe *acd \rtlk by G-ofemment.// on
    Offices be re opened. .
    _if. The reason he gist for th sresuktkM tent ttO I'

    1 : is that. when he teas\ la Cuh.'be nun 17 The Italian .Ojra Troupe; (Stra- 1 tir: The. Columbus (Miss.) S.wlu+el'

    sent Brigham Voung aninvkaUoniocome ltosai is .1e-ctriftiag the says it is rumored that R. n. Coney has
    j the! I : .) now : good people -
    10 his )pct.i .s with ""XIrsiVouaf. .4i 'and ce :: B-r TO of Maeoo. : spirited away some four or five thousand .
    .. ; i' _. of a coV __ .
    Drit taw b\ttlI& t't!_. b red 1.11:1.: ihr t 1 \:.:: manic j pu.J t taWs of Government cotton placed b hU .

    f'I,,.... ; ja 't Y atoh:': .J : time late wM'so {v, Ci4eiim1 -_ bands Coney I* reported'! to have" .
    .. Is. .. / 4' "f- 1. {; : .
    ; ; ,.'I: : : ,: .:.. .... ritk Q' .r l'tQ*>5.*% 5f .o. Europe w\\1,1.1I cotloa.
    ; > ; 9 "* w
    ... $ : j e, ,1' "iI'* ...... .1f<- >;. ; j
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    , "U..,. i" '(.II oW''' cal ""m. It m'; 00 9 _"...: _'{: "" ,,_, -=: -' "._)J.I\II ..
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    l s BY TELEGRAPH. Southerners 9hlp\vl' !cked oil Labor ut the South.
    Their Way to Brazil !: !
    UK Bow, in a recent letter I to ez..Oov.
    The Schooner Neptune chartered for thepurpose
    INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESIDENT. ernor PERRV, of South Carolina, makes the
    by Majwr Ilnslingii, nild fruits
    WASHIXOTON? Feb. 10.-The Virginia New Orleans on the S7th December. ,', following reliable ttrUemcijt[' : t

    Legislative Committee had nn Interview with forly-Uo emigrants, hound for Rio "Admitting It to be true, ns lias nUny\
    with the Pi'esident on Tuesday last, and Janeiro On the 4th m-t.nhc wi'in a.hoi'e been maintained by Southern writers that

    presented resolutions endorsing his peaty in a gale; of wind, on the roast of Cuba, climatic! (conditions exist'ng in ninny sec
    The President replied, thanking t' enty-.ix mile from Havana-wliethtr to tions; are' unfuvornblo to Kuiopenn and
    them for Ilieir visit ntid' pressed his the ramwnrd! ur westward nl that pulnt we Northern American con t llltiOlJlf ihere can

    fimlflc.ulou at the sentiment expressedby have not been informed. he tin doubt of' .the fact that a Urge portionand
    them, and derlaied his deteunlnation The schooner struck upon a projecting \ in most cases by fir the larger portion, In the(

    to foliovthe principles he had pursued rock, und in such a position that, happily : of etch oft the( Houtliein SiiilcS\ well ndnp

    Ihionghont. They were that the Union fur then| .iengeis and stew, as well liS almost : ted lo white Inbor, and Hint actual mortu.l-: '
    could not be (Unsolved :and he responded miraculously, they had only to dtp ry returns indicate n much higher! degree

    cuidially to the sentiments' of the gesolu- from the vessel ton rock: nnd were all sic. I nf pliynienl\ health' in tbevn louilitit'S\ than '
    I tints and trusted that the time would I'd. They also l saved all their naggage and in the New England and lorthwetit..r"Stntes DitttRS

    topn come when they. could meet linger! personal effi-oU. Upon this subject tr.) J. C Nott, Trusses, 1 : :
    more favorable auspices than at present The violence of the gale and the marvel of Mobile Ir. Jenner and the late Dr.Barton Flavoring Hole:! A -
    He' slated th it he would not lie forced InusncBS of the escape rosy be inferred train of New Orleans' shed much valuable and
    to tllkp the position that any Stale (ii (lilt"n the diet that the vessel wu'iu tu pieces \\itlim light in treatises several years since, which .. "

    he Union. The Inlet'view vat! 0.1.1')' two hours after striking. may I he, consulted wit h great ndvnntnue! now, Hair' ", .

    important: one. The rolonittts made their way to ITitvnnn nnd the statistics of the United States arc I>ri' of
    At the conclusion of his retnnrka the From thence some went tn Mexico mime believing! to he equally In point. The re-" I cnlnv

    members of the committee were in, ,iodn, returned to Florida" ,and some nf them, lieme I gins referred to embraces hourly the whole fore the is

    personally\ and expressed pleasure AlabninianH, came, by the steamsbyi| of this great Stnte of Virg'nla: North Oar- ,
    at the P esidenl's addiess. Girdme Mar to New Orleans, and thence, olfna'I'ehncsseeanti, 'Texas tbree-fourths

    NEW VORK, Feb 7.-Stephen Rogers, to Mobile, where hey arrived on ThurudiiyMnjor of Georgia and Arkansas, and one,half of
    Chilian\ Consul, has been, arrested on nu thwca South Carolina I.O'i- The most :
    fueling Alabamn '
    IIiiHtingfl, though Mississippi' ,
    Indictment fur violating the LeutialityA homily very seriously, Is mill resolute and itiatm and Flo'ida.*'

    laws. hopeful in his enlL'ipiiNi1' and infol mil us ------
    shipment of pisto's &1.'., to Vera that the colonists, with, whom he his con- AS"Tn ANSWER Dr.PIRI0.-GI1er81

    CHIfor private use, has been prevented versrd, avow (heir intention lo renew tin- 'Shvrmun says thnt w hen he issued the order Oils, .' .
    by the authoiItieH at, Washington. The effort shier n Ai"it to their old homes cal! turning over the sea islnnds to the no.g lion of the
    i trade! in aims may be consideied free, friendsMobile l Keg., 27/A. "ooa, liemton.lrd. it for the practical benefit I OTa LT ;
    unless (it the intended l
    turns ate
    .1 of aged nnd imbecile !negroes; and children,
    for \ I
    belligerent IISA.lD.ITO Smile Trophies. who, having!: followed him, could not be

    A WIIHldngllJlllrtter to the Macon] Tel otherwise deposed of,' and, that he had no'
    expectation ihnl the rebellion was so near Every
    ;\ tAKe Feb. 4.-The Legislature egrnpli eijs : its end lie is in favor of nuking restitu I Plate, 8t:! '
    of Idaho IMS J\\ni"wl1\ sly endoised the -inijiilur sale "trophies", of tho war, tutu of the islands their owners. and l double

    reconstruction' illcy of Piesident John- took pla'o hrrea few days spo.! The soldiers Will thu! General be kind'ruougli to tell '

    son'nnil the Administration\ of Uov. Lyon, of hoih. irant'8 and Shennnn'i" ormU-s us how long he meant ]his, net lo last when Pure

    pledging/ both a hearty suppm sent hero, during the last few months o( the ho lI iz,1 a bavntinah printing office
    war, an immense' variety of articles which ( .
    mid (tumid it over lo n man "who 'followed
    MORE OF TllE) mODAD TIUGE. thly had "coll! scnh'd"! nn their private account him. until could not ho otherwise disposed "'

    The Ileiald's Havana letter gives the to he forwarded hchco to their relj- of1 Is he in favor of ninkliiir/ restitutionto
    of liven further\ [Not'th. When Die two armies he Macon ,
    f'xpE''iplice{ of one Maximilian's galTI i ( owners in this 0 case !- Tele For '
    son at lta_dad,, whit snved thpiI.\:elves! bv univvd here, ill May last ,many of the gotdn : graph, other ;
    f flight, Ho clmae's I thai the atticism\ \ 'r hail in their 1"8se8.lnll fill] mure of I __ __. .
    the town audits CI11IlIl'e1'1'1'[ entirely these confiscated( ai'tided.:, Home of them I e'7 A ]letter received by gentleman!

    the work, nt American soldiers, piinci Would nut tell where they gut them; others, in Apnalachicola' a few days since, from!
    jiallv culoied, from Tesn's, coniinanded' said they hud dog" then] up out\ of garden New Yoik. stated that the flint" of H. BCliflin ,

    by United Slates officers, nod, leiti"dncioss and t,,,lIarll. The stolen artlcli' were I.- : &. Co., off{\\ latter cily, had sold,

    t the liveiy\ n United, ; :btates; revenue ken from lhauilt!; and thoiv; that hud been dining the past year chiefly to Southeyi!! Rule !
    vessel lie gives the p.iitienUis of eat here in advance, ,were also detained\ me'chants! ; seventymillion dollars worth l In this COUll l :

    alleged horrible scenes of pitU"e, loli- here. Whether any efKirls have ever been of drj)* gUilds Sambridge Chart 4' Corn- Sllcrv,

    bets, minder, ntfasies' on women, and made t'i find l the owopro of these I things or jiiM. $. to any ,

    ,,,11111:1111'1'1': of crimes{ ,to ullich the cnploih nut. Ida not know. But a few days ngo a ---- -- Spp'clnl

    for some honts devoted their entire at tale took platy, imrl the article were die pan t )', brnde|
    letitioii, and (in which it is "said they VOIPcli posed of In the highest bidder.\ Letters GlC1U\; 3hi 1h tm n1 brain ,

    eoted and assisted, bv Gen.,, Weiizel's have' been received here from many persona / ,My; !
    the after the fate of certain: -.---, special
    oUUeis, bunt twenty in number, hotlle 'ofulioie In South sskine and
    names_ nipgiionHe ininutily described! nrtiflfR of gold: and mlwr EDWIN A. HART, rom the In

    hold,\ doclcin's that even! tnldieis, cups nod goblets lonimunio'n services Ptirtty and G6tll'J
    Rento\erhv General \\',.jz": ] to ]p ever 1'1' clnnchei.eic, which it i h known were ATTORNEY AT LAW also lloned imlle 1111"'. '

    older" look "iu.il pail with I the guiders in cmriid oil by Northern troops,; Hut no linen von I .

    |iifim! I ace immense in quiviiiiy anti value, and inch articles, and nn fold watches rmps or '
    ) u't-iiilv. einicldiigmaiiv, I,! Ameiic.ui othVeis, 1lI'lII'el"'sl'er amoll the! articles olTered \" TIIT.Judicial prnr'lco Circuit.Fubrunrv In .tho, Courts of the Middle I.UunuMiU ,

    uho me said to have been all I dispatched fur t.ilo. s 15, 1800. 47f
    serous the, Ui.i UiandeU, ) Clarksville! and --- --'
    Brim IIRVill Texas then Itanspm' { led to rNrgr' "'Uu'an'H coiner" yesterday

    : lJia/.us., and thence to sea, afteinoon, a nero\ sold er tan against a GEORGIA TELEGRAPH
    ------- Lilly vmlenllv pushing:;?: her to one Hide.-
    \ : She said some thug, w'len the scoundrel PUIILIS\lED IT S. i:. Cor. ;
    Terrible Evi: >lo ;;i<>ti--lSO LivesLost. replied with an oalh lint she must give

    way'to him, and to an Additional remark MACON, GEORGIA .

    CINCINNAII: .Tnn ::11 18if( nf hpl', he gave with oaths this opinion '
    The stemner Miami, which exploded on that soldiers wore entitled to the sidewalk DAILY AND WEEKLY.: fob d, (! : i ,

    thu A'lli.m-tts river had about, ton handled\ above nil others, and walked off muttering ,

    mid'lifty passengers on' hoardamong whom ha had killed half a dozen d-d rascals JAS. R."SXEED & SA l'L BOYKIN To :::;

    were mnoiv'Kim men of this 'rliirt'uth legiuiritt Riid lie \I'.ulhavt' to do it again.' /
    United M.iteH: c.ivaliy. Thea'''culentnceuiied Eve witnesses represented the case to theLieutenant EDITORS.TCit1TIS : .

    at ...ven o'uloik! in the evening, in oommand. II. said if the

    jit.utter' mippiT and while. the pao'ngprM negro bould be idililifled, \ he should be : : OF sviisciiiirrio.'v : PR ::; '

    'were ashenibled in ntnverHutirtn{ alound the punished ; that the Orderslto the soldiers hilly Edltlun, per an.'unr..._...Jia no I
    Moves in tin* lull; Tin .i'Xilni-iuij| win of were that they hnl\lcllie tespe'ctfdl! to all Weekly I<:dllhlll.p'r"nnulO............... 4 00 I oftor for
    such, fare; 'IX to rebel' the eubm floor asunder and especially to l.idies. Of courso they Subscriptions reached for the dally for |loss thun
    and lei -vt'ry $,.ho'I' .down! who wax In will be obp\ed. The genlleiiien told\ him a year at the same rule' ,

    tae, trout part uf the calun, Great Humtier' they represented thisca,e'tb him, because PROPRIETORS thoTclPtrmph ;
    it \\ Ithp first f stance and thathpreJlr'tpl' tIE NEW of Olio W :
    IIIHI thoT lives by jilmpinz overboard are n'1 I ,
    The total \Ion ol. life' lx Biippu-ed\ h..llt'ul' such a scene could not occur make It the T.EIING: PAPEIl of the Stale! '
    and of thu without a serious d mCIlIL)'. They alai, if not of thin South. In addition. to its regular One WA :!: ; '
    1y one liundtid fifly. 'Ihllty 2, ,In .
    added they would use their best endeavors corps etlltorsiho are men of much experience
    soldiers wens lost ,' and well and favorably known In the 2501bs.|
    I to identity the man.-Calumtiiii Snn.
    *, Southr-we have employed aUlecorrespnndautsat 250 Ibs. : :
    FiiKRE'T. We leaineililay _u_ ------_-- most of the )lendine points of Interent such asWuHhlngton
    OFX. 1pstpl'(
    New York, Paris, 1,1\01'1'001, A.C. 400 Ibs.
    KEEPING A HOTEL -The proprietor (ifs
    ; from n genlleniau who had 11' 't Qen. I 12 fonts
    I''otrest'splruttatiuuih( Sunflower coiinlv Reese River hold 1 ha4po"ted up the following LEADING FEATURE i ao fonts ,

    I I ', Mississippi| | on the pievidtis day" that rules und regulations! ; : The leading feature In tho Tol! graph will bo CHASES, !:
    v 'tins distineuislied soldier, instead uf being its devotion tn the rights, Interests and fwlinpii NI1' c.
    "Board be paid in advance with
    in full flight fur Mexico, i.s has been must of,Ooordia and her rUrlcktm ei-tcr Shines ; no InlultllI
    lu-nns, fitters clolI"I'Fj; without beans twelve! would llln them up from the valley of humiliation :::,'
    'pported, was quietly at work, preparing! dollars unit free. !Nn txtr.ig allowed.Pocketing I- exhort: them to n liircetfulnes of tho past, :!
    to plant large ciopof coltoil, in connec- ; forhiJden.Gentliint ([exoepf Its ploricn; ,) .and. nerve thtilr arms for thukrduoui .
    meals .
    nt strictly -
    striievles of the future.
    linn with tin ex-nfllcer of the Federal army
    i are ,expected to wdsh out of : .
    ntul in of It pointed\ tn a lot COMiliUClAL BLA
    proof doors and find their own wilier. No clillrge : DEPARTMENT.:
    'of plantation supplies.beina; shipped on
    for ice. Towel-bat8 at the end ol t the 'I'he. commercial dcp itnent; | of tho Tpleijrapli
    the :Ti! Vernon, for bin use. Jfrmplds1ppeal house.. Extra charge for seats around I he will recede spoclul nttimilon. Dally reports will: H.
    . I : JaIl, 80 stiivv. !Lodgers must t>straw together with u,fa\\\\ weekly re\' "w of the local. now !
    .. I U Tils PRESIDENT 1-There I is a Beds on the bar loom floor reserved for,regular nmrkuf ; while, on tho arrival of eveiy steamer. AUK of
    euHinniem. Persons bleeping in ,the European pollllnal and commercial accounts will
    :Ceheial desiieto know who is the PtesidptiUfr be l\'<'n. In thin rvpect, we hope (o oler' such
    the United States. Is it And e,,- barn me requested not to take oil their nilvantaKCS ns will mike tho IVltcrnpli an Indispensable In the best Ac.
    Johnson, Tp'mlPi.sep' or 1'llsd. Stevens, boots. Lodgers\ inside arise at 5 A. jM in 1 \lHlttir (a the counting,room of every the cost of
    Cabinet\ the b'.1II 6 o'clock. No fighting allow. inerohant and tradesman. have .eeur
    ?Illf Ppiinsylvani 'I ToI ,- Kiiiiontloii, Agriculture and tho ifonhn'ilo Arts
    'does Sebretarv Stanton belona; 1 '1'olhaL ed at the table Any line violating the will be fostered l as thu true sources of all national.. BEST
    of President Johnson or to thai of President above rules will, be shot" and IndlUdiml prosperity. v
    ,, : Thosn who
    Steiens 1 1 Does Congress coniiderJohnson -'- s.- THE WEEKLY TELEGRAP'. will} bo \
    or Stevens thePiesident 1 That I AFFAIRS TfSYt8SIt-Judge: Pat. n-jr--io-| ,
    i T IleralJ.ffiT teison, Senator elect from! Tennessee, was Tho proprietors tnk edition pride In pre Feb. 3,
    U tbequealion.-7- to the
    I before the Reconstruction Committee on KMillnif their weekly publlA, It "-
    I contains eight pages, or tifty'six columns, almost I
    The fanatics i of this country claim I Friday, hot was not examined at much exclusively of reading matter, in each number, ,
    Dr. John- length. In reply to questions on differ- and In point of typography; nnd.,general nppeai- ALL "' .. | (
    to be the only pure pattiols. frnt aubjects he replied that in Kant Tennessee auto). Is without rival ut the South. Specimen I
    don was an acute observer of human nature number* soul by mull tu applicants, unions IIrrulI
    old fellow and the people, needed no 1'.eedmen'M they fill h
    though a rather testy Address all communications op business! to
    Bureau. The negroes there were treate,1with for cull coil
    somewhat given to pungent criticism WM. A REID & CO.
    I sieat humanity by I Ilieir masteis before ;,, ,
    have had the Radical gentry .
    He must "
    Proprietors Macon.
    the wnl''IItI1 he doubted not
    mind's when : .
    the present day in his eye, ,
    February 1366.
    he defined\ fanaticism to be "a species of be in their new relations. He said, "All _47-tf A..r
    the people of Tennessee. need (is libeilyto
    )'obnit Ignorance:: ," and patriotism" as protect Lbl'lIIselves-Lhey are iu uo P. B., BROKAW'S n/TIH./ ,!. ])
    a tcoundrel.
    'tll, last refugi of front Mi. module
    danger rebels.
    ._.=:. LIVERY AND SALE city.her .Iho.:! I.
    17 Messrs. Sam R. Anderson and "If Andrew Juhusun, as President of oustomurs. '

    Buhhrod R. Jolamon, both Confederate the United States, .upheld 1 by the conservative given to the
    generals in the late war, have entered in- sentiments of the: country, doesn't Stables f Jan. 3Q ,;, i"e-'
    to partnership for the transaction of the succeed in defeating the Radical disunion :: !I \,:

    real estate business i in Nashville, I istsjn Congress, and their alders and ) nrk .

    .. abettors in Tennessee: it will be the first .
    ITS?" Report says every home at fight In which he'lias ever engaged that TALLAHASSEE, FLA. and

    Fel'lIo.ndlnland Cedar Kevs is occupied. be didn't come, out best, lie is a hoot 'ALSO T.
    Both places will grow rapldlY8l! soon as within himself\ but, thrice aimed in just C.tRIi'AGESBUGGIES; WAGOXS' Offloe ; .
    is and both will be good will invincible. Mark ,
    the road opened, quarrel he prove 1
    ) )
    point, for business.-. nrJ'iJ.'ttv tile prediction, and stand from under, from 2 to S
    Era. .Vd'An.Vf Cnion; .lUhniiw," rev 9, 1865-tf j Octub"\: )

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    '' MSherman ... .
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    and Butler. from tb" Richmond itraeivJIth) BURNING OP TAB RESIDENCE: OF AN '

    Even Sherman-the great raider Negro Masonic South.Lodges in the OLD HERO-The St. LonisRepublican: WHOLESALE 41\ RETAIL STORE.. .

    -cannot refrain from hitting the says : ,

    "Beast," and that, too, after Grant We published the other day, with We regret to learn that the homestead .. .

    hat "bottled him up." In the course comment, an extract from the An of Gen. John Coffee; whom '

    of n recent letter, published in a Lou glo-African, relative to 'the establish Gen. Jackson called his "right' arm" Q Q m S_( W v@ .I'

    isiana paper, Sherman says that he ment of negro Masonic lodges in the in 'the war of 1812, and who distinguished :

    wishes the South well, and adds, "iI f South under the alleged authority of himself particularly: in the' 0 ,

    have been a scourge to her, how the Grand. lodge of the State of New battle of New Orleans, was d-stroy- OlK! THAT "WE HAVE
    much better that it was I than Ben. York ; also, an extract from a Newborn ed '*by fire on the night of the 4th YY OPENED!; ,

    p Butler, or some other of that sort." N. C., paper commenting upon instant. It was situated near Flor-

    We all know what Sherman's' grated the establishment of one of the lodgesin ence, Ala., and was, at the time of its WII@J1rn Lllirn & ID mm lllli' 2 m .

    column of devastation and ruin that town. In explanation of the destruction tho'vene / i
    occupied by At the Old Stand In TalliUiaBieiwhere we are prepared to aopply cu.lpmerlth\ all kinds o
    JI complished-how its track wns matter, 1t e gladly make rpom for venerable widow of General Coffee, now

    ioarke.1 in fire and blood-how plunder the following communication from a past 73 years old. The loss of the Dry Go' t1s, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, ,

    and crime swept with it through the New York Mason : house and furniture, nearly all of

    Southern States-even Sherman's RICHMOND, Dec. 22, 1865. which was consumed, is estimated at HATS & GAPS, OLOTHING, HARDWARE, OROOKERY AND I

    II, "bummers" name by which the "To the Editor Richmond Times : $50,000. Among the interesting his I

    vilest'thieves and rascals of the world "Sir-In your issue of this morning torical relics destroyed in the con AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, \

    became historical- seemed the iifcar flagration was a magnificent sword ,
    licensebutwith is published an article on Free .A.1; tlxo x..o-,;;>Voa't O ,sli.JPxloo'fcs for Cr.ash or. t
    nation of roguery and statements in presented to General: Jackson by the
    masonry, containing regard
    all these facts before him, the to the Grand Lodge of New citizens of New Orleans! and bequeathed : I
    blod William Tecumseh thinks the him Colonel AndrewJ. ::1'
    York which, if true, would not be bv to Having established a branch of our New Tork, wp are prepared to furnish Geods of"
    South was more mercifully used very creditable to such an intelligent Coffee. kinds, lu any quaintly, ou the shortcut notice sod the most ud\anlngeollllcrm.. .> .

    than if "Butler or some other of that ...
    of Masons is incorrect.
    but it
    Sherman ; Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to i
    had been the
    sort; "scourge. "The Grand Lodge of Masons of MARRIED OR NOT MARRIED: ? -

    left a small quantity of plate; New York do not now and never While a couple were being married HODGKISS SCOTT & GO. ,
    behind but Butler'slascivious
    and &few spoons would have recognized colored lodges ; and in'Preston Church, Chicago, the other ,

    and greedy eyes the Grand Lodge spoken of in tho day, the mother of the young lady, rvtr.033K.: L

    have ferretted out the last fragmentor extract: from the Anglo-African is n'o' who was under age, rushed into the Tallahassee,Jan. 9, .806-ly ft
    at tide; but then where Sherman doubt church, and f i'bnnlc'the
    that of the .colored people calling wedding.

    marched one hundred miles, Butler themselves Masons. There is no The; ',.officiating minister at 'oncestopped PEN & GEORGIA RAILROAD. Emporium of Varieties

    could not have gone one-some Big legal Masonic\ Grand Lodge in the the service, as the bride ,
    Bethel Fort Fisher Fort Drewry
    or or imr) ,
    United States that I am aware of, groom had pronounced the \vords,
    would havemarred his fortunes, which institutes colored lodges.A "With this ring I thee wed," nnd declared _
    and sent him with all his ill-gotten : 1)F SCHEDIJLE.TiLHiussKB WM P. SLl'SSEtt;
    NEW YORK MASON. that no legal: marriage had CHANGE :;. :

    wealth, flying backward in panic 0s.tiT taken 'place. Since' then, however, Jao IS, 13GB.O T A. t. L. JII A. a BEE. 3TI..A., 'I

    through Georgia and Tennessee. So, Some English traveller in the matter has been discussed at a a and after till date the Trnliis

    cm the whole, we hardly agree with Sweden lately visited the summer\ meeting of the clergy, and the unanimous run on dully tho aa Peninoola follows:und Georgia: liuilruud will I Copper Tin and

    ( en. Shcrnian-Butler could never palace of the King: at Stockholm. On decision they:arrived at was, EASTWARD. SIIIJCT; !JROS IHUP"\f1'UHEU,' A'lihLE't
    have inflicted one-tenth ....'.. 4.30 A. M.
    the injury Leave I\I.
    entering the grounds\ they saw a man that the had been .
    couple properly Arrive HI Tallahassee. BI..------.,.., B.80' "
    that Sherman did-not from want of seated on a bench, and asked wheth- and lawfully married according to Leave Tnlluhiuinee at. 7.00 IN

    will or evil intent, but simply because they might go ,over the apartments. the'rites of the church. The point Leo Arrive Madison at Madison at.-at.. .. ""

    he lacked ability to carry out his The man spoke very good English, a fcry ticklish one, and will probably Arrived at Lake City at.... 3.0 1'. M. English, Frdnch ana Domestic ;

    ,i schemes of 'illainy-being a blear- and said that he was attached to the have to bo settled in the law couit.tfh WESTW.AIll>. 830. A. it. GooruSj .

    eyed bungling] botch, now, thank palace, and would take them over. : > Leave Arrive Lake nt Madlion City nt at...,.-12.20 P. M.
    Gen. Grant "bottled np.B'id1e.port Leave Madlxon at.VJ.SO Plain Fancy & Japanned Watfej
    They then inquired whether they Among the cadets just appointedto anlvo TnllnhAxtipu at......... 4 80 l li
    (Ct.) Farmer. might see the private: rooms to which r : Umve TallnhoBine -. 6.00 i
    the Naval Academy is a boy
    Arrive Qulncy nt ... 680 IIST STOVE\ HE1GD UARTEF.S
    -- --- their guide replied that this was riot named James J. Wheeler, who was in MARKS TRAIN. .

    Dr. Nott. usual, but that"as the king was of a the Confederate army during the Leave TnllnlmKnee at. 7.30 A. II t. A large and ImnrNowe' vaii ily( of

    The Rev. Eliphalet K ott, D. D., very restless disposition they might whole of the war, and was once Leave Arrive St.:ntlt.:Marks: Marks nt.at.-12.00 9.15 M."
    meet him. The Englishmen then and released ArrIve at Tnllnlmenc at._..__....... l..46 P. M. COOKING STOVES
    almost caught as a on ac
    for sixty-two Presidentof spy
    years bs Half an hour will be given on the arrival ,
    Union College, Schenectady. began telling anecdotes of the kin!;, count of his youth, though he immediately of the cars at M.idiaon for Dinner going from
    and demanded if and coming this way. Con Lild"gI
    they -
    V. Y., died recently at the age of 03. afterwards returned to the A line of stages between Quincy, BHlnbrldtje
    I Tho guide, a model of discretion, Confederate service. He was and Albany Mid between Montlvello and Thorn I
    He has been for some time in feeble appointed SHEET IRON
    will with tb tmlnn\ .,
    usvillu connect "
    said stories told his I rAIRTIGIIT
    so many were on by Representative Ritter of ..
    health, and his death was not unex : ,.IIOUTOUN
    pected. Under his able administration Majesty some true, some false, thatit Kentucky.A .Tan.10, 1868-If _Pienldent. .

    Union College was raised from rect was, and difficu't that as to he say was what connected was cor- missionary had once rebuked a Hodgkiss, Scott & Co, BOX AND '
    to wealth and hehaving
    poverty reputation, South Sea I-lander foi. the sin of
    with the household it
    royal was not po-
    devoted to it the derived OOMMISSION MEROHANTS PARLOR COOKKNO S1'OV1S
    money ,
    for. him to say. The Englishmen lygamy. After a day or two the .
    from several mechanical
    profitable for their cannibal returned his face radiant NO. 24 OLD SLIP NEW YORK. All trimmed ,
    inventions of his lie begged pardon curiosity\ ;1111 neat' and! durable man ,
    native wasa and it was heartily granted. At last with joy. Thos. II. llodikl.olalo of Hambolton Brothers, ner. They can be hipped l> |']' to nay |"RI'!, nf

    tho of Connecticut, and a minister after they had seen everything, they 'Me all right now ; one wife. Me G.Bill W.tlmore.ICOIl.of firm of U. W. fa'cott 4 Co.,Tallehnssee. the counll'with. ) jjpil'ccl Rfplb'J or ePIlES
    of Presbyterian Church.lie .- and :ELBOWS: coi.Miu.tly. on linml.
    took leave of their and thank- good christian""What
    was scJt-educated, never having guide, very D. H. Poole, of film of Pou'! 4 Babbitt, BaiiiV.'G."POI.O Out.dllor1'1' k-J'ill Hoofing, Gunning .
    him for his : did do with the other! .
    ing courtesy, expressedtheir you ; down Pipes) Oinnmcnlnl' Iluttte
    received a collegiate education. His \ | of firm of G. W. Ecolt & Co., Tallabatfaue -
    asked the Zinc '
    regret that they had not seen missionary."Me Flu. Heads, Slice! Slierl' Li ad. i
    sermon on tho death of Aaron Burr
    I Iwhie'he Charles XV. The guide raised his cat her up." BJfSliop Will k of eieiy *l l' ciituliou)
    was minister at Albany, in ;!lone till abut notice.
    hat, and saluting them gracefully, Spectul !attention given to the sale of all kinds of
    1804 first him prominence and A man and named Brandon
    a woman S.
    was one of the grounds for electing said, "I am the king, and then left have lately been.charged before SOUTHERN PRODUCE, No'ti.on.S.i t : .' ; q
    little astonished
    not --
    Englishmen a
    him to the he and to the and shipment of
    position occupied so the tribunal of Correctional Police in purchase WOODEN WARE:, !

    long. IIq would have be"n 03: yearsof _. Paris with Annoying a neighbor Household and Plantation Goods, WILLOW WARE, it ; '

    age had he I lived until next June. Loose Cotton. named Fauconnet, by training a par- TOYS "

    His family is a long lived one. A rot to repeat the words, "Fauconnet Wares, Implements, U1IUSTMAS PRESENTS
    brother died few since Ninety-six of the cotton factors Of every description on hand. Call! and l
    a miser &c. 0.
    years having is a thief; a a pig, They MACHINERY, & examine before '
    and commission merchants of New puitli.is.iiig else ref e, 1
    nearly completed his hundredth fined sixteen francs each and .f
    were N n\'. 7. .Stj C-Crn i
    year.-Macon Telegraph Orleans publish the following noticein ordered to pay between them fifty REFERENCES : I iI

    the. newspapers : francs damages.An Mclius Currier 4 Co., New York 1 SOU'fJlEItN EXPORTAND ]
    "W>, the undersigned, cotton factors J. L Moore, Qrlllln, it. '1
    A FINGER IA BOLOOSA SAU and commission merchants association of fishermen Bryant Croom, Montgomery, Ala.!
    SAC Yesterday a Hartford gentleman amateur A. B nd, Macon, Ga. 1 IMPORT COMPANY. :
    hereby agree and obligate ourselvesto has been organized in Kentucky! E. Bond, Macon, Ga.
    albeit strong of stomach and .las. G. Whll eld,Dnmopoll., Ala. ,
    hearty of appetite met his match in each ether that, in order to protectthe called the Kentucky Piscatorial Society Wm. U.nly, president State Bank of Florida, 4f

    eating. a bologna. It was in a wholesale interests of and discharge our with a capital of fifty thousand T..1II\ha.seo.'{'b M. E. Ilambelton, Tres. Md. Fire In:\, ,. Company TillS pi COMPANY L'piredlumaku; liberal now organized advances and no.' I
    house State duty to our patrons, we will not con dollars. Its object is to preserve the Baltimore. .
    on street, where
    few friends hacfgatbered to have a a sent that cotton brokers, or their employees fish of Kentucky rivpr from entire I Oct. 24-tf Cotton and other 'Produce: ri

    glass of ale and a bit of luncheon to cotton pressers: or their employees annihilation, with which they have PRATORIUS & OLARK, 1.* i

    themselves.! The !, or cotton weighers, or thejr been seriously threatened during the ( eonilifni'd tn nur Agentu In Liverpool. The prri'- ii t
    : gentleman referredto cut \alu e of Cotton In Liverpool rIa! from
    JO to 641<<
    ate his bologna with relish, till he employees, shall appropriate to theiruse past few years. IHEUCHAIVT TAILORS cuntspern..uiid fnrgood Upland Cotton,and Irorai
    or benefit such portion of cotton 80 to tl.32 cenu for good lung Cotton In Gold.-- ',"
    found,something in his mouth which "I landlord that's dirty tow We will advanceonhalfin value. lu Gold orltb-1
    drawn from bales in the process of say TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, equivalent currency. .
    seamed not to have been
    chopped up classing is. el for a man to wipe on !1" We solicit orders fur;pod from the Merchant
    as fine as it should be. Taking it or sampling, as commonly Landlord with look of CONSTANTLY ON HAND and Hunter The al"lcle'll\llontloll pnld lo tht.emalloBl ,
    called 'loose cotton.' a amaze KEEP sale a large and varied aenoriraent oCGENTLEMENSCLOTRING orders for good from
    Believing, as England, franc
    out, he discovered to his horror and ment and Germany. 1
    replied :
    wo do that the said 'loose cotton' belongs I
    was KlOUARD FLOYD ,
    dismay that it the-end of l'rufd.n'I
    aman's "Well you're mighty particular. '
    to the owner or shipper of cotton ? Jaokoon\Ule. Florida..
    finger of boarders have T. TAIHI, Agent Liverpool, England
    -. ..- we are determined to resist any Sixty: or seventy my ALSO, J. T BBB.S.BD, Agent, Tullabaoee.. Fla.
    demand to the wiped on'that towel this morning Nov. Id3mSaddle
    ;J3rThe appointment of Wm. M. contrary.- and you are the first one to find
    Wadley President of the Centralrailroad fault.1 Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT
    PAPER PIPES.-Gas and water ,
    the Macon: Telegraph;
    says pipes made of used to :
    are !
    has proved a good investment for considerable extent paper in Paris. Some a A revivalist in Bighamton, N. Y., : Cassiniercs- ,

    the stockholders, who have made by of them are two feet in diameter. recently encountered a large sized .1
    it more in ten days than they will African and asked him-"My good yestinbs,
    The inner surface of the pipe i is I have Just retel<< veil a large aisort
    payout as his salary in ten ,years.- tected pro man, have you found the Lord ?"- ment of Goods,conilitli g of
    The of Ir. bra water-proof composition, To which Sambo in Neck Ties
    high reputation Wadleyas and the exterior is coated with a replied, a surprised ntlem-n'i and tadlei' Seddlei
    railroad manager gave immediate manner-"Golly, massa, is do Fine Double and Slnjrle llarien.
    composition of bitumen and sand.- Bridles
    to the block Lord lost t" ro and Whlpi., .
    buoyancy: company's In a paper read before the Institution Suspenders, Saddle Clothi.
    causing it to advance .in the market "Shoe' Flndlnrs of ev ry de.crlplloa
    ,i of Engineers in Scotland, by The Memphis Bulletin that Leather of all kinds, -
    from 68 to 75 says Gcntleuicn's
    cents./ } Hose &c. Trnvelllnif t-atchelt and TrnnV
    ., !r. O. Marquet, it is stated that the true political platform of the Saddle and Harnem Hardware,
    1 : "bitumenized paper pipes of three South is to Carriage Trlmmlnps,
    produce cotton next year Genttomen'i garment out and II'adeln fashionable Wagon and Bupcy JIubi.
    J1rA man who'used to be an inchesj'four inches, and five inches to the extent of 2,500,000 bales.- style and superior manner. Buggy Hhafli, fepokti and Elon,
    honest miner in California'after. J 1v:' diameter t-f Store lCt to T. B. Tat urn's. Buggy Axles Dud
    and half an .inch in thickness : THere is a mint''of sound policy in October Z4-tf Springs,
    ing in the rjounlams{ for sevejal have been tested both single and : that platform. .' CARRIAGES

    years, shouldered his knapsack one joined together'and have been found i J W :H WHITNER, AND 3tTt1GIE, ..t

    day and struck out for Idaho, He ,tcrwitbstand pressure of five huh* ,.!"Noncbalant" means the peculiarly ATTORNEY of every description,

    arrived there last spring and took up dred" pounds the"square inch without different l look which js put on by AT LAW, Work Machine made Belting.to order and r.pk.rlng
    a quartz claim. A few. days ago he showing the least sign" of weakness i men:: ,."wKo'1 never, pay when dunnedfor :JTADISON, I-LORIDA. dlvpatch Agent .
    sold the claim for .1800,000 in gold either in the pipe itself or.at the I money'* It should bs written, WILL PRACTICE IV THE COURTS OF !SEW1NGiUAC11INE5 de W6sea's. and Bo. .

    oin of the realm. I I I.I I.I I.joints.. non shell-out. Oce S3, lMtf Middle Circuit Taltubasnec'Ocl 28.--.if J. E!: PURDY. V r

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