The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 17, 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
lccn - sn 82014066
System ID: UF00079923:00024
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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Ic d. n1etkty tnti)1tJ) to disabuse the public .mind as 'far I:: [From John Eaton Cooke'n N. w Book.] tending !his; 'arms, added'in tones. of. I A. Rich Occurrence. .

as possible'for individual to do'so, "Stonewall" 'Jackson the
deepest feeling : A ,rich':occurrence has recently .

IS rCBLISBRD !'lRTTuesdayThursdayand that,my public' ,' career'I' well'nigh JACSSOK: 'AT'( KEBNSTOWN.-: "In the'army' of Hhe, Shenandoahyou taken.place -,in the city of St. Louis.A .

done. The, sands .of'my'political At when were the First Brigade 1 I. In the fancy, fashionable) and fast
Kernstown; a portion of young
Saturday, glass have well nigh run"out.. If I of tire Potom'ac' ''were the '
his line : back before the over army YOII married gentleman became enamored
were disposed to .,refer, myself;I gave First B In the Second
AT TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. g.aJel Corpsof of a and glittering widow,
powering numbers' assailing it, betook gay ,
\ r- might trace my career' back to the his stand close to the the army you are the First Brigade and sought! of to make a conquest of

TE1U1S, log cabin; then' an 'Alderman and amid a shower of bullets, cane enemy to a 1 You are the First Brigade in her, injurious to her character;' out. .

:IN .A.DVA.N07 Mayor in a 'village; then throughboth drummer boy,'find' placing his hand the affections of your general, and I rageous ''to the- wife of his;bosom,

reI' Annum 4 .....'......?....._ ...._'5 00 branches of the legislature; and firmly on the boy's shoulder, said in' !hope by your future deeds and bearing and'infamous to himself. The intended

For Sit Month............................. 4 00 then for ten consecutive years in the his "Beafc you will be' handed down to pos victim:! soon saw the drift of his

tjlngl.! Ooile...................?.'...!.... '10 then national House ,of. Representatives chair; rallvl"f brief,The curt' (ally lone' :was beaten the, terity as .the First Brigade of the intentions, 'and prepared a punishment -
through the gubernatorial
Jackson remained the drummer's war. Farewell! for his audacity 'not'equaled in

RATES OF ADVERTISING, to the Senate of the'United States ; side, JLO' ing' him to by,his work with As these words echoed in their thei days' of .the "Merry ,Wives of
.. rait i then Provisional Governor; 'with a and. Jackson turned leave '
TO HID 11 IDTIXOI : inexorable hand the shtfulder ears, to Windsor., 'She apparently Hst n-
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On square, (12 Nonpareil;i .,) or !I...; for tb. slight participation' military affairs the upon roll them; the long pent-up feeling burst 'ed to the soft persuasions of his "-winning -
arts In.ertlun..................... $1 00 ; then Vire-President, and now rally continued to and the forth., Three prolonged and, deafen voice and made''

$:ach ubirqncnt luiertlon ............... 75E in the position occupy I'' before you. line was spee lily, reformeJ.HIS : ing'cheers rolled along the line of merit to receive, him'at her an 'house appoint in, ,

.lte nud Legal Notleti to be charged If I can be instrumental in restoringto PARTING WITH'HIS, OLD "STONE-. the old brigade, and no sooner had the stilly hours of the night. "Heat.
th..a triiu'ma dvtrtlnntneuu,
n. a. BRIGADE.
.set|>t Notice of Diimlmlon a. Admin 'the Government' "of'the United WALL they died away than they were renewed -, ed," like Lothario, ',"with the Tuscan

Iti'rutor tor fflilah the charge hnll 10... 13 00 States-in restoring to their true position After the first battle of Manama;. and again: renewed. .Thecalm grade," he stealthily repaired, to' the-

Obhmry NII.lce.( and Trlbutui of Keipeotadr in the Union those States whose when General: Jackson was ordered face of the great leader flushedas spot. Here, however, in. praise be it

charged n. irti.imittiti. relations to the National/ Government to the Valley, his 'old brigade'was he listened to. the sound, but he said, the justly indignant' lady had

have for a time been' interrupted by left behind with the Army of Northern did ,not speak. Waving his hand in prepared for him reception differ

THE SENTINEL, one of the ,moat gigantic rebellions Virginia. On'-the 4th' of October -' token'of farewell I, he galloped ,away, ent from that of his dreams. He
that ever has occurred in the world he took lea ve'of,it. The tmistorian'sass
I* the ou'y paper In Florida'. that l I. pnlilliht and the old brigade, deprived of its was received and taken into a dark

three tliuta week,mi therefore atI''rd.ll. sub- so that we can proclaim' once more : beloved chief, returned sorrowfully to ened parlor, with hushed whispers,
.erlb r. the rexdluil meant of obtaining the la- that we are a united people-I: 'shall On that day Jackson took leave of camp.. carrying boo's dn hand.. Left fora

tot newt by UMegr.iphnd! mill:., and full report feel that the measure of my ambition his old "First Brigade.- .The officers -' ihoruent- with the lone beatings ofhis

of the tfsw York and Southern Market. has been filled,' and filled to overflow-, and men were drawn 'up as'though i inline Drunken Scene in the Senate heart, the folding doors were

of It the will Lul alto: .give.Uturo.full The rtpor.i Sentinel: of, the I In furolihed proceeding to* ing."And of battle, and their commander WASHINGTON, Jan. 28: thrown, wide, .admitting,,1\ flood of
at that point; if there be appeared in front, as he had so often ,
anywho' and crowd of
light exhibiting a
bicrlbori at ha lowest 1\Ylni\ ratee.JOB .hale "calledrup'! a long bill, and gentlemen
are envious and jealous of honor I. when about to .
appeared ore, : give thore'was lull\ while the measured and ladies, among whom, was .
rii\nJ. and position; I shall be prepared to the order for a charge ,upon the ene a die clerk the wife whom he thought was un-
make them as polite bow as I know But now no ,enthusiasm no monotone swung through
my. siispctingly at his own home: The
In connexion! with the Sentinel, w. hare a 11- its' formal pl1rl ses. There was hope
\. 'how, them to take the cheers awaited him. 'All knew for, denouement of the sce'ne is said to
a"'rlment.of Jobbing would recover itself
Jierl'ir Material!and, and varied are prepared: In neC'lle Dew every d. place I have occupied: for my mis what purpose he camean'd; tie sincere that but 'wiien the Senate the bill was passed and; have been Hch in the extrerre: : tho'

erlptlon of."8rk In that line with nealn'ena and sion'- will have been 'fulfilled. sorrow which: 'filled\ .every Hale endeavored with the bootless knight .remained but a

4.'|>:itolt. AI.o'on h..na. flue' anortment 'of In'saying this in the performanceof heart betrayed,itself in., the ,ideep silence ,; to Chandltr proceed another few minutes to, enjoy it.
Ink* for printing In color. Order by mail or my duty;and in 'response to the which greeted II hs.approach. I measure, (Rep.) _. _

xpreo. will rcoulTd prompt attonllon.' Our prl encouragement you have given me, I Not a sound along':'the'line, not a I sprang 'to }his\ scat and yelled and UA Yale alumnus of twenty
11.. are a. low n. the present hlgh'cott of stuck screamed'"Mr.! President I Mr.I President I
feel that I am'"tin a condition not to I hand raised in greeting, not'm lr- i years standing returned, after a long
.'m"I.rl..,., la .or and living will admit of,and are 1" It'' was the fiorce'voice of '
v ')tiljw th. Increaied'ratee which,rule' In other be arrogant; not' to feel impel ou,. I : riiur even going; to show! that they excited ll'alf-drunken absence; to visit his alma mater, and

3Jie' .of"".In..*. ". feel that I can afford to*.do right, and recognized their beloved captain.The .....: an ; ;quarrelsome- very courteously received and shown

._, -- ''A:' so feeling, God being 'willing, I intend bronzed faces were" full of the' man; and might)' have been 'heard at around by Prof. T- After
. \ the'' other end
Anothsr Speech from Presi-, to do right, arid so far as ,in me deepest .:dejection; 'and the stern the Speaker's: deskMn having exhibited to his guest most of
!I" "Order
the "Order
dent Johnson. lies I intend to(administer, this Government f fighters of the old ll brigade were' like of Capitol. the modern improvements, the Professor
c\'eral' Senal' "Order 1"
cried : r -
upon the principles tliat lie children about to i3e'separated from! '' said to him :
the VicePre'sident
HeStands" by his Recent Declaratt'onl; at the foundation of it. I can inform their father. Jackson tfpproabhed, "Order ',sharply said "You have now seen, I believe, all

''of Principles.; aspiract'who are trying to form, and;.mastering his emotion by ah ef pro '"tern.little; Senator i Clark, as down hebronghi'tbe I that is new in the institution except

their combinations ''for' the' future, fort'said, in the short, ''abrupt tones ivory gavel the gymnasium. Come, let usgo up

'YAsflINGTON, Feb. 7. who' "want to make'one" ,'organization : "'ith ,which all were so familiar: upon his* desk, ringingly. But the, there, and I will roll a string of ten-

:This: morning' a"large 'umber of for one purpose and '.auother'for: 'another "I am not here to 'make a speech, fell spirit and''would Chandler nolddwn: atsuchhidding retorted pens with you." *
citizens 'rofrMontana f Territory, now that they'are'notin, my way. but simply.to ,'say. farewell. 1 first ; ) ""What, sir 1" exclaimed the guest,

*Washington, called on the President ( ;"I am 'net a candidate for any,po- met you at Ildrpur's !Ferry ,at the vociferously thal'.that he Chair was not'put starting back in real or simulated astonishment.

;: 13:M. Pinney, United States sition, and hencerepeat:| that' I. can comm ncement\ of the, war, and I of order' but \. will lake wa'l.-" .
t his ,
'Marshal,: for the Territory,' Chief afford tb"do> righ't' -and being in,that cannot take le'lv'e: of ''you' without "The Senator the Chandler seat, an "Why," exclaimed the Professor,

Justice Hosmerj; Gen- Barrow, and condition i I will do ,right; I make expressing my, admiration i of your swered .Chair;-"You've ho(Rep.) "we have a fine alley in our gymnasium

twenty five or' thirty .others, were this announcement for the purpose: ofletting'allknow conduct from that, day to this- coarsely, retorted, \ and I won'ttake rightto and I'would like to go there

the number. Mr; Pinney ad- l that'my work!: is to whether'on the march, the bivouac, order me to mYs'eat and roll a string of ten pins with
dr,ssed the President. restore the government,' not to mak, the tented1 field, or' on 'the! bloody it !I" and turning to ( you." ,
and himto
The'President replied : combinations with reference, to any; plains; of Manassas \where :you gained sat next" down to; him,he added-was urging"No I'll be I "Roll ten-pins with you, sir,','''exclaimed -

"GBXTLEMKN :' It is no ordinarypleasure future candidacy the .Presidency, he"well deserved repiilhtion of 'hav sit snubbed, the alumnus, }with a gleam of
; the' United State I have 're ch. the fate' damned if I do He's me malicious fun in his sir,
;for me.to. meet you here on of ; ing decided 'of-battle.- eye : "VVhy,
any longer
and it
I won't stand
this ,occasion: and to hear the seiiti- e'd.the utmost round.- 'My' race'' isrun'so I Throughout the' Inroad extent o enough, sir 1" I was expelled from {the college for
!I" "Take seat firmly
far'as that is concerned. h"v.march. your I"
"t. 'merits have announced. .My country:over.which' you rolling ten-pins .
you ; '
the Chair. met
."In'responsc, sir:' addressing Mr. object is UM 1 perform my duty; and ed, by.yon'r respect For the rights and and forcibly said was Eye e' ,

,Pinney "t<, the eloquent mahner'.inwhich that I will\ endeavor to'do. '\ 'the property of; citizens! you? have eye just then, there a nervous 'A .NEW DISEASE.: -The Detroit
all of the
chairs in ,
'expressed the sentiments "Let us'then, all I join in this"greatwork shown that you were 'soldiers, not motion' of' parts Tribune says that one case of the disease -
you restoration and while '' but 'able chamber, and ,Chandler (Rep.) sankinto' called trichina, which has recently
-of thos -' '0'11'' rop'rssent, I might con. we only t'o defend, and 'willing '
) his seat. ;''I deny I the ,right,of
much alarm in Berlin
i excited ,
.'tent1 myself) .with 'simply ,returning are restoring'and' ,Repairing' the : both t) defend and protect: Ton
the from
t for yoiirjcind expressions; breaches that have been made; l let us i have already' gained a brilliant and the Chair 'to'call Senator Prussia, has' appeared: in that city,
niythanks order !I' cried Wilkinson .
Michigan to and fatal. The victim ..
''but:you" have made' some allusions to also unite in the work of making new desetvedlyhigh I rep'ut'ation? .through less drunk than proved was
States, and them'with id! I in the future (Rep.) scarcely German lady.The Trichina Spi-
*, which under circumstances siu'rounding populating a out the army, a trust' young
: Clerk will read the ;
who of the Government deeds in the field Chandler.- "Tl e : ralis' is'a small'microscopic worm or
people are worthy :
'us I cannot be indifferent., by your "
the Chair So it read
rule, said was animalcula which is found in the
'%You have alluded to great principles'of'ur which protects' them, and let by the assurance ofkiil, l Providence, ,
Chair'1said "The.
the ,
and muscles aiid intestines of various animals
been those new State be will vIctories and add
governments '
Government, having you gain, more order:
of and
/e'ri'riiiuiated: in a paper sent a short founded on principles in harmonywith alditioMllustre l to the I'c'pntation'ou from Michigan was out except especially, pigs and rabbits, in .
the machinery'devised 'I' shall\:1 look with will not be allowed to proceed ; : such enormous quantities that in' a
;time since 'to 'the Congress' of the great by now enjoy. great Senate "
of the _
'United ,States. :The declaration by our fathers. So far r as' regards any anxiety to your future movements' by consent single ounce,of pork.100,000 of these
: '
: aid assistance that can ire 'given whenever I shall .' animals have been found. Bv partaking
;irae of those principles was not the re- or : ,, and I trust her of '
'sult 'of impulse-it was the 'result of here, in the progress and in the consummAtion the First Brigade.on' the field of battle A.QUARTERN ASTER'S'REPORT.-Brevet of'the' meat infected with

thorough and ca.-in. consideration of of this great work of it will be of 'still' 'nobler deeds Major General l. Robert ..Allen', them they are transferred'to the hu

those a truths. building up new States;' as'well as in achieved 'and higher'reputation Chief Quartermaster'of the Yaljey.ofthe1 ) man thod) causing ir tens suffering,

"No great one can mistake'the'doctrine the restoration of''all the former won.'/" Mississippi, has made his 'r report followed: in:many cases by a ;'painful ,

., of that Message. It js very easy for States, you will find ,me willing i Having uttered these word, Jackson =: for the fiscal year ending.June 30,' death. These animalculal, are not

to Misrepresent i it, and tomake' and a cordial helper. paused for an instant, and\ .his 1865.t Th'.i report passes )n',reviewthe" destroyed by' 8 smoking'or ,by frying

;.peisons assertions that this that or _____ .. --i.- eye passed l slowly along the line, as I work of the Department from the pork", Kut hard and long boiling isIiecessary '
t '
.:the other has taken place, or will take THERE is a boy 'down East who is though he wished thus to bid fare i time' when' Gen. Allen took charge\ of' ", .

but I think I be permitted accustomed to 6ut on the railroad well individually to every old 1 familiar it, in October; 1861. From the re- '* i
'place, fashion
ascertain that 'from the 1st The leader of this winterin
face often seen in the heat of battle port'we
' .to say to you on this occasion, track and imitate the steam whistleso so -'
.taking all my antecedents, and going perfectly as to deceive the officerat and so dear to him. The of October,'1861, to the 30th of June, Washington, is Mrs. Senator
he received and expendedU06.694,6571 the'onJy] lady who, when
which crowded him 1865 Sprague
back to my advent In public life, the station. His last attempt pro. upon
while there she 'a', ball, builds ball-room
seemed more th'a i > he could bear- was ex gives
f'tbe cardinal doctrines set forth in ved eminently successful; the 'depot '
'that have been constant master came out and -"switched him ho 'could not l leave th'emvhh such pended in ,St. Louis, during the aoie: expressly] fcr the 'occasion, and removes
f my
paper his direction $90,799- .it the next day and well she
and the iron time under ;
guide. .'After having gone soy far, itt oU."" .. formal words only-, ip ;
late to turn'and take a differ- ? which J had never trembled in the hourof 435 making a total 197494093. might for the government and Con
direction. They will be "/3T Ills possible Miss, ,that youdon't deadliest peril now quivf! : q'ed. Mastered At St. Louis and Louisville.: 'purchased gress have |neon at work for a year
ent" my
from this time onardd know the names some of your by an uncontrollable impulse for the use of the array; 8- or two in' getting up a' tariff to suit

... ., those,guide 'who understand them: best friends 'I" \inquired 'a gentlemanof the great'soldier rose, in his stirrups, 864,172 bushels ;of corn'; 26,234,423 the views of the Sprague family generally

know where I shall always be found may a l lady., "Certainly," :she; ,replied, threw the reins on the 1 neck of his bushels"of hats;; 377,518 tuns hay ; and the, Rhode Island Senatorin

,r. when principle is involved. "I :don't even know what my own horse; _wifih emphasis which le tathr1l1 6,635, wagons ; 'l,260cambula'n'cesjlQO ; particular, and millions of dollars

"Here let me say to you, in order : may be "year hence. through every beart; and, ex ,3tU horses, and :,75329! _)mutes.,. have the cotton lords pocketed by i


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Another Speech from the i'I'. ('s. !,I : AVnshirtBlon-Tho' "Sit. Report of the co'mmlssloll''on' Jarksonvlllo, Iteinsj'\

writtt1tI tnt\tid\ idcnt''-1'latis'I'ulk.' i '!taboo." Interntd'Reventie. We extract the: following local 'ittmii

We publish on the Hi st page, the Speech i '[The foil:b\\loj, is M eijrect f.'om: a The Report of ihe'Commission! appointed from the Jacksonville. Time ,! Tburs-

T.AX.TJ.Air.A.SSKIC : of President JOU.XXOM to "a Delegation privateletter! received In thN city, on .the, to'revise',the Interim, Revenue.laws, day' ; .

from" Montana Territory on the 7tb rust.. 16th Instant:) recently! submitted\ to Congress; makes It ii reported that there are! not lest
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1886.; This : Contains the Feb. than six! or seven white women living with
most significant
7lli 18C8: recommendations
WisatHOTOHi |
1 1I ; the- following :'f COlli ed soldiers and other colored in en In
-I, and. Important declarations thai the 'Senator DU'OUTTLB fan Gov MABVIH A tax of five cents a,pound on' raw cotton. Illicit r )'.. "
AIf"OC. for '''he Sentinel.Mr 'President' has yet 'irra k for ,the publiceye a handsome eudorseiucut' but It was "no .' ': I '
.. 1). II. WILSOK. at Qulncy.'. ', and AS SHtialactory.;. ns_ ii.py.are significant. go.,". It is imps -I1)le. to tell, even yet, A reditctlon of the tax on whisky to one and The New rates York are fare,': by the Pioneer line, ,

v JliyTHOMAS; JENKINS, at Madison. The principles 'of his Message :. what the Jacoblnj' propose pro intend' dollar! per gallon., $25 for cabin rind 810 for deck ; by the .

', Messrs. DREw,&.OA1tLET,Jacksonville. to'Congress, he says, will be his guide do with I \ the Southern; States. Congress A reduction of the nnmber of articles! Empire 1 ne $30 cabin, $16 uteemge'and
Col. D. J. TAILOR.al Feruandioa.' "from hit, time ; : $10 fleck Between this and Savannah
o"u'/lrJ'-tle! declarationof is"so radical and rwmpnnt" that the Conservative upon which taxes shall be/laid. 'and a the'f.ire is '.
Maj.) F.:C. BAnnnTT' at Gainesville. those principles not being the; result of : members 'aie': getting; alarmed"' gradually'; Increased burden upon }e w $12. .

llr." C..'E.:JOHNSON, at Monticello.. impulse but of a thorough; and calm consideration And well 'hey' may be ; for the Republican ; luxuries and n/lcessarps.! Oranges demand are In becoming our market.scarcennd Instead of higreat

.' Mr.. ,''W.' L. STRo>fAi i, at Centievllle.Notice. !. of the great' truths enunciated parly.U doomed to' split '(iiito', fragmpntR. Tire removal of ill taxes, from manufactured being had for hvo or three cents as formerly .

-- In short, there Is ,to be no backingdownand '--They mi y't> some, mischief' bo.: articles in time: twelve! and a half is-now ,the1' price

.-During the IIb" inco' of the underiKncd 1 no's'ubm lon' to,the audacious de fore the hour of their dl.-soliiliou. ,arrives. ,' ''The nilrupLlon'or' all Incoml's" below irt jhe eroceriea-bttt ,they are f'esh' and

} the biKlneM'bf the 'Stntinel Office will mends of Ihe Radicals in Congress. We but.thnt cnnnol lie helped, one thou and-'dollarei'Instead of six' hundred !most delicious., __, ,',

.be ehfjO couduowd, .by II r.' J. 1/. 'Dotv, Editor, In 'look now, confidently' for'(v. veto 'of the The Radicals rely on .bl Inj1ing; the'.i people ; 'dollars, as at' present, the, tax Ur.be. :.Marshal Remlngron, who is lIt il\ acting-,
has issued notices that lie still'clRims
M.A.'S1108lm.. bill extending; the right 'of eufTrage'to negroes I up in their standard of thinking"; hilt five t per cent-.on all l. .Incomes,! above! that possession of the property! condemned in
TnlUtm.ot-o. ; .K.b. 10,1809<
great issue will then be' fairly I made between I am writing: ; SUUXKB "is doing his besi: No tax upon leaf,tobacco; .'. siiidl\, he-disposed by the court. '. ,. I

jl3: .",Wo are indebted' to, '.Postmaster the, Executiveand the Legislative speechmaking, to being: us all to the' ; :'No taxes upon i etai!' trades shoemakers : ."rjp'irarSij"- : .of. .one. .thousa'nd letters,(,

CAUKKOX for. hi' Time and llirald, seven. Departments- and the President will call same level l by a simple' Resolution t lie. tailors,' dressmaker's, PIC. ollt1iTf_me sent from Jacksonville!
days,from. New.Yoik. upon the PEOPLE' to ,.come to the I lescue. is trying tn do whnt the Almighty tiover Concerning'tbe ; pi'oposed tax on cottori '-' PujtolHce'tp'tlie" :dead letter, ollice'at

> Their confidence and support;; will be g .in- did or intended: to o-nke! all men Niece. it says'I'!: aie W :,!,hinlItnli.depositedvillmujt,Of these stumps'near ly'ore:, or with half

/(L-7.A mal.is! ; now:! carried every Sat. ed at once by the!noble declaration of the and equal." While this paw-wow'(; 'go' !The proposed rales of taxation on cot '"confederate": stamps or old outlawed

tu day from,. Quincy: to.Bristol, Liberty President: "I am not a candidate forany ins on, all that the Southern people haveto (on, it Is believedwill, .not prove! in asp s'thmps'of'tlie. U.' S. This cla-s! of letters

C llllly.- position, and can afford to do, I fight=" and do, is' to go' to work and restore the degree detrimental, to'any national inter;: Iili't e' Lli l'l' !'held by"the Pu-il master and
'"---. est, and -.,,'ilI yield revenue! at, twenty returned'to'tlfe: dead letter(( office.
> being 'in that condition, I trill do right: terrible waste uf.tbe. late war; Let the two dollars per.bnle of--twenty.lwo' -. >. "

'IV: All officer. 'or agent I of'the Fenian.Adsociatiun These words1' have the ling of the true Radicals pursue their coime. They wj, | :lions of dollar for every, million of bales ';' .,. .' .

; \, s'I in our city;yesterday, ko metal; and wil be heard; with joy, and Mud, when the elections come off next produced and sold for'consnmption. With : "'; .Atllaro Siglit.: .

liciUng contribution The otgatiizalionis platitude by the honest and patriotic portion Fall, that, the people .hart.' been taking a'croii of three million of bales, and a tax ;: The rnilitna"f's'1n: :. ;the West have been' Icotirple'telr i
b illl%'extended South. A "Head Cen- of five cent" per"vponnd, the government I hl'!,'-cke'7 by.the heavy snows.
; of the Amelican people in every sec n';,ti. Their course i is driving from 'theRepublican'ranks might derive annual of $30- :
i an revenue '
te, ,".. Mr." JAMES: SKEUAK, .has'been aj- tlon of the country. Tho Tennessee blood, nearly; all 1 the Border' 000,000!! or of $88 000 000 on a crop"...f The ;mude.gt..daliug'.. track is. thus j j

policed 'at 8&\\111118.11.\\ Is up I. Stale juen. The- New YOlk Sinn and four millions 'of bales ;.." hleh would bo explained t:, v ,

._S. ', i. ; % tsirl'nE EWI/g1'ot! have already sounded, the less than the.croll. ofklS59 00.. Of tiri The engine would back down the cord ,
\'uTuEn.-Tb wind: .veered to"'Ihe Strange Doltiffsat l el'l1andll1l1. sum-if the"consumption of the United a shot\ t disralic,; iiiid then r urn at terrific- )
alarm States shall reach in.either of the.e years: pl'ptl.ilZhl. 1ntll\he bank of snow 'I'lie '
North:on Thuisday 'and on Fridaynorndng We ate info:coed that on the 8th instant,
"ppg in liway" the consumption of,1860-lhe Inhabitant
Congress willxkeep ; snow would be thrown in. butte. masses -
\ : the mercury,was down to 22,deg. a Notice was posted; \ on the streets ofFer' till tin-warm'Weather! sets in,- and then ..hhl' United States would par abut $::21.- Lhil'l)'.'01' forty, feet into tell It tI --The

above zero. Wei'are informed by "the nandina, calling on the '!"loyal citizens" will be to 000,000 ; and il is believed that then are IIWIllt'1i1 urn of their ain: would foice i ii into
the members compelled fly; to
oldest inhabitant that U the coldest few taxes'which can be'.levied which' the drill so Mr as.to seem, almost burried. '
was to meet at an appointed place. In'puisir; malaria
escape the that will hang about, would be so slighta burden; to the con It then would he'backe Anight known here in twenty years. Theweather ante of it, fifteen or twenty while citizens :
the city. The-thousands of mien "ahd sumer. the processlepedled, each attack clear-,

.. ,' has now. modelated.Tun assembled and found from: one to I two horses passing into a state of ''decomposi= Tile estimates! of Revenue! far; tbe fiscal ing 20 feet of Hack. .
.--- hundred negroes women One can: scarcely for m an idea of how ,
pt'esent-men; weWas June 301867
follows -
'. tion as the immense amount of year ending. are as '
: Doo J.4w.-Tbe County COUlmiR.aionl'ts' arid chiJdl en. dep arid roinpacllyihe snow i is packed
gal'bnlZl',1I'Ct: by, of Liberty county ate about to A person said to be'n med'DILLtS : : ber.
S Cuslon :
anything but a healthy or I pleasant place From s. v.-.. *. 130,000,000 ,
enfoicethe dog law and have establish moved the organization of thermcetirig of residence. II. B<' :M.Rptiirniii .' V T ::..:..-' aside and merely forced! a.liich through

rd a di
I tars I is to be paid ,for every1calp' r.a negroi-sand whiter, of which liiinself was -a Fermented Liqiux'a... ... .5,000000! Tlie walls of snow .tore VII each' side uj
? Treasury'. \, 'ar" I'ciliacco and \iis'-.ManufacYes ,18 000,000 Hack 12 r llfeet.lVgh !;, Th\\: .uow W:4packel
bear or wild-cat killed in that 'countyandpresented'to one. He reported Resolutions denouncing ; ; rant!!'. Cottons, (raw) '. .. ,-.. ... 40,000,00 on ha' d that tIe plow,"cdiiuot now
the oo.lda first-rale the Freedmens'; School system/estab of Coal Oil. ret'd Petroleum, &c 000,000 force the new drifted snow into itv
Sei.aton AEERCROMBIE, Pensacola I
Irlfa. lished by the last Legislature ; character -, Spiiits.Tnipchliup! & .Rosin. 2. rQOOOU hence, the.only\ }' it, can.be got rid of.
has addressed the following, letter, enclosing is the
izfng'tlie by thrpwiHgit upward. out .over
Legislatdreof'Florida aniI'.hl' e
CAICALTT.! -We'.learn. from a passenger State" Government as "Inf mons'an',i two .Treasury: 'ylVarrants :'or Crrlificates -, t ,.* (18,000,000( bank on> each; .side.. ,

that on Saturday' last the 'down for one hundred dollars each, to -- . .
President' JDHXSO.X, as 'usnrper. 'He Licensnn.. ,-. ;>,. .<. 15,000000 '
train Lake City ran over an old negru! the Governor. 'Tha letter. speaks f r"it'j( .Ill tsstistand lIo'se Thief.
tit f also madoa speech in ,which he declare. Incutaes[ .-\j. .. J: :'t. 40,000000 '
man, ((60 or 70 years of age,) entirely! there."was"no'peace T !, ,61'1f., ; Salaries .v. ; .f\-. :.. -.'.-_ 2000,000 W.e are authoiized l>y" a ieliiblr and
revering! one leg at the knee joint, and : ) there ,should_ be nopeace" PESSACOLA, Feb. 6th, I860. Banks '....- .-.d:;::\ ...-;.;. 15Ob000O respectable gentleman of Libeity conr-ly,

leaving the otheronlyhangingby the skin ,I ..until tho. negroes. "were. .in" posses. Gov. D. S.."UU'!, Sumps:...;..?. :. ,.? ., .. 21).000000 to publish the rascality of a man 1.by ,the! .
s4 n 'I'f the <<:cpuntry aud, the whites we're .Tallahanee floridaj Gross,re +'ipts.t i *'. ,. ., ". .". .-. 9,000,000 canto of''James' C. William': Of Di'c-Mjir
at'the ankle.! The unfortunate accident put out of it Sple8 .; .. '. .' ..,- .'.'.. .;'.'- '1000.000 count i Ga. He' has a wife"'and family
; :
occurred near Dr el's Mill 30 miles from DEAR SIR": Enclosed pleasefind two Legaci.ej and Successions. '?,3,000.000 near B-iinbridse, an The Freedmens1 Bureau ;Chaplain cancelled] warrants which wereaivefi tome' .,
Lake City. .The!' old lellow was asleep : .1 aaain in Liberty county, Fla: U I is
track HOBBS, the Legislature of IF,1ol'ida"thl' in part pay for'niy services as Sena ". it 6108 OQOOOO siiid that he has tbiee other-wives L.arles:
upon the and although the engineer Governor and the!' President of the United 1 tor from the 1st district: voted to sustain ':' ; those above men-tha.FdinnGeoigia; and;

(Whitlock) whistled down brakes, Stales your veto, believing your "iviews'onthat Miacei'na j"ret jiU1663 6i'..., 000.000. Florida. He I ia charep'l" uiih'stealing a
were! all of abuse .
objects from
and gave the alarm by shrieking the, j question were correct More ma;' '. mule :and a :horse iu ;:Libei1y county, with'.

'" whistle he could> not succeed In arousinghim !, who would be! unworthy of nonce lure! reflection hasconvinced me. it"was Aggregate .., .i..v.Vi': ;.,...: .'. $367,000,000Adding prcof sufficient; to ,convict iim'in a'cuurl
but fir his attempt to' mislead the wrong to receive this e'ncosed| py'andI I : to'the above soni'i.UieJ, ai-iount- ofjus'tice. : i ,4 -5i./r-*' ...,-. .
until the engine: wall within two feel therefn-e beg -ask'yon will receive : '
D"clltiQn-Ab.1I1l5 fret 10 inches in
into violence !
poor negro : and bloodsbed.
of him, when! It was too !late.! The train for the 'State'the abovereferred to and : received in tio i !fiscal year 1865/fro'm the heichl, fair: and ,ruddy' com|>(l'jNion' '{-re.i "

was rug back .when he was picked up! and When the resolutions were reported the enclosed warrants. various'direci and ttidire ct taxes on Indus. curly hair.nearly a kink: red beaid, blner''J'

carried! to Houston in a dying condition. while men retired! with the exceptionof Respectfully' your ob't sv't,.. try/whiab'excepting' the"'amounts di>riv-' eyes, rathepslendei'! in M'ZP'anilweightalxiulonehiindied :

.. BIILIXCS and one or two others... Th'--"- JAMES, ADERC OllDIE., ed'from the excise'on spirits i beef, tobac: = ai-d thirty-five poumU.-1.,
derided -- Ue. -ha- inipediine.it'in 'ill his, '
MAIts-ThoJackkionville negroes hooted and them as speech, ,
THE Time THE'PCBLIC DEBT.-The following'is"" a co'cotton'patr'oleiiin.; and-naval stores-, amounting almost to a 'stammer.. !lip! .,
passed ,
ouVand they were"menacing and the Commissiontimate at' about sixty dresses lias the! folioIng explanation of the annoying debt of : p ;
'disorderly throughout the day. summary blatem: of the public v J- %s as' I of ): his head down'iu.co.iversaliuii.
the hoMjng
mail failures list weak ';i tLt'n i1Hou5 of d.illars, w' have .
: United States the 1st of February: "* "
Such is the accountof the ihe on arid in walking" *
; meeting'we 'iomall
revenge possible to lie derived d
t The mail! bonts due on Sunday aiv' the monthly, of gross Tire public is cautioned against. kli.s
have received from reliable 1SG6, according to report :: ,
Thursday of last week, failed to arrive persons pres sources under the present :rates, withhe man." .
> .
nn time, and consequently the .failure of ent.. We are informed also; that all the the Secretary ofkttre- 'reasury- amendments; "above"propoel,', fourmndre.l This ?is published\ .upon( the- reponslilliiyV'f + -
tbe mails we u We fully assured churches in Fernaridina'havo Debt bearlna Intorwt In tain_.ji,167I49,74l SO .
ale taken
been Debt firtiieinterMtlneiirrncjr 1,197,295.SS1 Od and thirty-five .mUHons of. dil- ,jhe geutleman above> alluded.lo'i: *)
that mail fifm the north is detained "
from the white pwple"and"given"to'the Matured debt not prvwntnl for"payment. > Qxinra COIlIIllttllCear.'f:
here, but 6l'PSI' L by JJiEt train. Two .................... 1,099,3'0 Su darset35,040,000: ( ; / ,) while.th! expenses! "fhe .f, ,. -.. 'f<
good boats, the Jltlrn Getty and the Ila: blacks l under the operations of the Freedniens' .Debt tearing no tnt reol,......... 45S.M4 M7 62 government. ,will probably' bee about) : -f ..- '; ;
now brini' mails us regularly from Savannah .Bureau. We do'not 'believe thatthis M : ?"' 0n Saturday, 3d instant; (it is'stai I ; .
Totsl publie! d..btn.t 2,824S91SOO $300,000,000., '
as time and tide will permit and we is by the direction! "of Gen HOWARD Am't In Trey. eolu. I.- 43.161 Stcurrency. ** i led that Ti,easnrrer Spim'ermaledusEn-s''..
5eoanlse23! r M lopef..r collection three Rreoi.draCla.
hope for more prompt receipt hereafter. cnpl
or Col. OEBOB.VB but such'"ts said to be tl0'j',493! 3Sl 07' Gc O.. Itoward.A .
j i..O. of :50 .ich'diuwu; bv Col. liar i [isou;; of, -
The same paper a'sie" understand the case for months past.//' In fact PresidentDavN'! military the >
many Am.t debt;.le" cash III Tn'uar.t:11S.S9S,162 63JEarSESea Radical Eastern; paper thus pitches n 1'aUlilylo
that James M. Richardson' has;been ap- the negroes and those Idl'ntifieJ'iLh them: Chief oif d-D11'lIa' Older1 of Spel'eal'Tt': .I"tn! ; ai'nl liyhimindnrnpd
into the the Frl' Bureau: *
poipted Postmaster at Gainesville in theplace e'videutly thiuk i Southern white: "upon B "'1'11. Shenley & c'6'.l"r *
people! ; DwtsTbeLouisville "Gen. HO\1'Iri has pat 1U foot iato ii tare. rebel nkelr15TL'erpoul.: | Several ** '
cf John T. Mathews who failed .to bate nor business' in Fernandina, and' appear Journal giveS the following, assurances : again to use a homely but expiessiveihrase. captured English d aft. have -heretofore

qualify. Also that L. M. Hobbs has been to be determined to drive: them outs? No matter, .dear reader, what'you see in \ Ho went to the annual resHirec been tent forward f'>rC>'ll -Cll'J[ \bunt cVe--!
appointed at Tallahassee! ;" -Cameron ----r.r--.. the 'Jeff. won't ba've a ion of that fossilized piece of pro-slim, tinned with eudui'semenl! rm, funds::lj"
having decline I to take the oath required 'The "Sylvnii'siiore.V papers ; -Davis ryisra-the'Ameriraa Colonisation! Society As the gnvi nnrent' Iras; Knowledge; ''that' '
", military: .trial and he w.n'b( convicted. In a speech there he committed himself they are good the'action, 'tK/lht: Liverpool -' -."
by law. Thitflns steamer, under .command: ;(>1' And If he were convicted, he "would be I in favor of colonization as the! key to batikeiwis.Is wailed wink l "special iu-.

Mr. Cart zsox "declined"1. tp lake1\ tie C...|.ta .n TCCSEB, an old- .resident of FlorIda pardoned. 'Tbo\llbtlo'c. rd player, "we the l colored man's future Since then h. lere',; -.;!'< -."? .
oath, we believe, because'he: Leld i State ; and as clever a ,gentleman ,com"mands I has lent h'.sanction to a scheme cot up r .
: the card. '
.as spakly -
the : by one of his subordinates, to purchase SzuttaThetYsbinilto! .correspondent :-*
jfflcf during \Tiir. : any steamer on route is mak. .. .
,; .. any one half of the Slate "f Florida for the of"the New Tusk Time sa's :' ..h:'- 'rThe"Pie.sMcnt '
""" & lag ber regular trips between Jacksonville t' : The United States Express: Company purpose of negro settlements. Is Gen; Cabinet
Q'iuruD.-Tla"Jickson'illt\ : Savannah Howard weak-minded \. Can't lie learn ; and have und'er'cousideraUon'itie
and touching at Fernandinaji i met with a bea.y loss last week, by (
argument >of Ca >lain'Semmen
understands the hew thought or unlearn the old 1 It | -
that !M Freedmen lit
'B e.u .. We recommend him and his boatto at their o'n the Erie claiming- to1 lie discharged
rL" the burning car express seems not. lie !la full of good: intentoinujtnoBl *, : fijlit
Washington Las: overruled C'ol. Os- all travelers.! It js worth "'aitin ,a train between Lack -;.aun and Shi doubt ; but you know the old undl'rtlae! 'S elluall.J\>hIlMllllll\\\'
'':'..11'' polty of appointing the Judges lripovertos< wjLh J1lm.' He the of certain role, but have coma to i.o iVfinite con
commands; lolo 'it was ent rely destroyed. with! its proverb as to pavement! & elusion there
of Probate assistant commissioners for his boat'and place.", in. Until this'matter .
> own IVl'r1tbing! : under him. contents including!; a large amount of mUD I is disposed of tIPle'l'iIl: lie" nndetail

freedmen and requires that tlieeecpm-, The ''Srha.nhore' is every way wor. ey., It was vlae4: at JoOO.OO-J.'. FLOBIDA OBISOIS.The Savannah for a court to try Captain. Serumes. and .

roi woners shall be regularly commissioned thy of the preference of all,travelers,' be; .- SffuUitait of the 6tl inU., lays :,_ there I is a hale probal.iliiy ,that the trial

sgectsof UJe1Jv.ruu. and a? such..r*. in;: launch and fast.and having.the best .,17 The Democratic elect Urantes and lesions are al present very maybe iudetintely i,osipone.. .. .>
quired to take tbs,iron clad" oath, of of accommodations. f in the being iuadrquatv -
We UuM'-.!that ,lhe to Congress: from Louisiana diognstelwhh scarce our.city, supply from '
tThunlow: Weed telegraphs
f'oncrms, prescribed ,for slP'officers of traveling public. of Middle Florida I to rue de+naod. The steamer S.vl- ; ,
will radical. the House "
tEe ,...,. 'romtlnt. and the temper of van Share dn Saturday last brought: 50 Washington to the Ne.v York Times :: 'r'; .'
bear this in
.- ..... mind give her and Capt bare left: for: thl'ir'b! IUtl, pretty thoroagbly"cbnvince4 !' 'UHeU \>f del Fcon.: Florida oranges wh ch A.new party has<< 'ecently! been! fo'rme.it.1

Tetras a trial. ] that tlieir.c'niiicei f-.r'adniissiois'tu '1 II were: iuiniedUtely bought by Mr, Thomas\<< Its watchword Is, "The South I is Tiiuin-,

rr The U; 8, Steamer; ? ".Wi' j9e"Dall1 i this'Consre>* arebopt-leii.; i Whit e at 31 per hundred. They will be l>hanlj motto, "The State are ..adi'; ",'- ,

with tk.45A4.'hftFrnsacola, tiT' The ,steamboats plying: between ... .. :....:;.: at "uc* shipped to ,\ul1.ta. where they its purpose, "11) hold the.S'ourh' U Ci>u; '> *
P, the SU&U,11I and llawkinlU1\ &jegnired : knell for ?Ji per .... & qU8rt'I Tetl'ILtIlY." It 'has linen
O'l }st of Jiocary +e und North: ; r.IfI'1 juiem-..
rtastsii aperYgi gie 1
by the.officer! of tbe fg" bers! *Wendell Phillips! ChatleaSuwner jIo
Oa the Jti, they were driven into lntrt.al1tveDnoot ,
the shoals
The Democratic Stale Contentions '"
sake Mr W.; EchelbergefChsrl st / : : and Thadd'-u. Stevens Against them 7
rf Tampa Bay, bQ1l.be" tW, after great cil..s to boarding house licenses! whiciT soacrunty. Tatgl''gice: _- lolr'''=-mai'Ln- .A "i.. Connttticul and New Haiopthiie pasVdJteVoTutfttia : j stand ariaved! all the people, Slmuld the'at' t

self H'e -Vm* i .. rent dO..D.. wjtb ill f pvlicy's "I I bl Bud Agee| ly! occasion to deliver *n oration -
Pioe iarrT' ov'Taer s isTt gravei.el.lc'1t; ie"1iree1' I i co-ar-npi"n vI Pre. id.ot JOBS- In Fineiil.: Ha'l' proaojucta the .
ril i'ub! ;
ti' -Ibirty
oM' : :'eeitisatiou of the ioiL r 1 bimtflf. I '01: I I Republic "10 oligarchy of sin"

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a t.\ BY TELEGRAPH.. Mr.lion.,Villntsdi C. L. VALLANDIOHAM ham's made Nprecli.a veiyeloqiifent Jw, ( 3\t1y.cr1itfmtnt: DRUGS !11! DRUGS McKIBBIN & ALLEN : ..

NEW YORK MARKET.New speech at celebration of the -
YORK; Feb. '12.-' Cbtton Is declin 8th of January In Columbus,'Ohio: Concerning NOTICE. HAVE NOW IN Sl'OUE

Ins" ; snips at 44ca45c. the President he said : ALEXANDER.: OALLIE. .. .
Gold, 138 78. "....".. t Attachment. -
Providence, forI lse and '
". choosing a fit instrument commissionsthe The Largest and Handsomest
tr t. ,,' FROM WA: IlIKaTO Amount sworn to, $18 87S.I LARGEST STOCK
great enemy of Dl'mor.rats-anQ of

Wi.nis! STOH, Feb '12.-No btujnesjs\ HOU.IS Jtoo, as we: learn from Holy Writ- -hlh hereby defendant notified fInd of the all commencement other Intended cf the are

done in Congress to-'dfty, this being the to now the tares of discord among our above suit, and to appear before me In the city of Iu the State of Georgia. ASSORTMENT UK

occaiion" of Mr. Bancroft's address inmemory foes, and a bountiful have t will soon be 1'allnliamco Ledn court)', Klorldn, on tho wound

of Mr. Lincoln, which was delivered ripe and ready for the reaper. Political' )Judgment Monday In ulll June bo, 1866 giveuliy( and default plead to the fame, or ,

in the presence of a highly distinguished artifice gave us a Southerner, aDemociat O., ll. Fiert Kit, .., DRY GOODS ,.
audience; born aud bred, for Vice President Men Justice of the Peace

'. J-. propose ; Qod disposes." Providence, in February 18, 1808. fehn-ow3n RUGS. MEDICINES, ClicmlcnU,

,'Ja1.UGOW Kr., Monday, Feb 6.Wm.JM. an auspicious moment, made him I President D Patent Mt"Mcinp and 1'crfurnerlM.
..EDWIN A. HART '1'rllo.e., Surgical Irmttumunii, Dye Stuff, .
Sampson, Chief Justice of Ky. ; for so the loyal I prophets. told us. Fliivorlnz Extract, &0., io EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLO-

died ,to day.Front.the'N.. and does not Providence speak to And I Solo Attont fur llelmbolM'n Extract of Bucho

t .. through them 1 and although! we may not, ATTORNEY AT LAW, nnd S.trsnparllla.Ater's. Pripnrntlonn.Bitter Jnyne'and RIDA.Consisting ,
Y. World, Veb 6th.t'w ifldoiee' all, though( Andrew Johnson has Prepara'lnii, H""ftI"cI'a Gernmn Bittern.Ckick'i

f 'Tlie'Sprlng .....odc. done or omitted some things for which he MADISON, FLA. 'air Kt!.tort>r, Thomon'ii| and Phnliiu'i llutr
Prepuruum and Toilet Articles,Well'n Strength in part of
deserves our most severe and just condemnation
!, In the Courts of the Mlddlo
The Timer seems to anticipate a very WIT., practice enlnif Pliiatera and all other 1'uluul Medicine! be.
yet, through him, the future Circuit. fore the trade.
quite good a pr.iJMw jubilant( trade strain, and vatlcl:1 the: ales in is full of promise, ; and (Ihough tome may February IS, I860. t 47-f Brown' and Bleached Muslins,
upon money
censure file her e tonight, yet, as for my'
llIa",1s to be made the ALSO,
by metropolis ingoods
self, believing verily that his. lira and
( to be sold l to the South and West GEORGIA.TELEGRAPH Jaconet
during the coming We purpose are the immediate and compete The incut extend, and complete itock of
season. hope the 1 ,a
restoration of the lately Confederate .
Times is correct !1-1 its rvnLlarlED U'MAOON
antiolpalion but
States to the exercise of all their tights Cambric, ant '
ws do not feel PAINTS
quite so hopeful. In
under the Constitution, within the Union, GEORGIA: .
king their minds ,
: up touching the dpiing! t
business, merchants would do well to representation included, I, as a member DULY AND WEEKLY. Olli V"rnl.heA, French Zinc, Colon, ArtUtu' Swiss! Jlusllns,
''benr the following facts in mind : I! of the Detrociatic party am ready to nd Painter' Mnt rl"l. to be found In auy ieo-
give him a cordial !and determined support tlun of the South, and at prices which 1B30IOTELT -
1. Staple goods of all kinds must hereafter
[Loud .] To the exact extent to Darr COMPETITION.: Canton Flange:
be sold on n falling market. Al SNEEl) & ..
which he shall adhere to the Constitution,
kinds of goods too high in and
ale price,
restoring the old Union-I moan the 33I3ITORS.TCK3IS : : GLASS.Every Ticking
retailers who mean lo pay their
Union founded the Federal Idea-
debts! will only purchase enough for immediate upon -
States, Stale light, State sovereignty of Olium French and German
Those : : OF SCniPTIO\: : variety ,
Con lIml'lloll.' who are Pluto St ilnod. Cut Hud Sky Light Gin**, single Blankets! ,
the of the General Govern- '
willing to high prices and make supiemacv Polly Kdlilun; per annirm.......$12 00 '
pay largeJII'chn and double thlckneas.
nifnt within Us delegated powers, and! Weekly KclHlon, pl'\amitrm..... ... 4 00 t
('s will be nimble to meet their
supremacy of'the State Ooveinuieiit Sub erlpt1on. received for the dally for lees thon Cloths and .
81igljplllpnts.; ,' ,
within the limits of their reserved ,lights, a year at the same! rate '"
Pure French Brandies
2. The future of Ihn flnnncial policy of
he has claim to our tmjipot! liich. npatliots ,
the will bl'ln favor of fall >H E: NEW
government a PROPRIETORS nfthe'flplraphnl'.r'.ol".1 ('asslmercs.Ladies' .
: we cannot deny. Applause.] 1-
-r to no lnl nr or expense to
ing nlnl kpl, The certainty thai we meat, spite
\However much, Bnd n'mvever justly] we make It the JE.\lH-'G: PAPER nf the hate, Wines and Whiskies I
) some time or other tack to ,
go specie urn) at times hare trembled and doubted; If not of the R'inth. I'i. AililiMon< tn Its ngnlm ,
p.'uments, end that we are on the ioai corps of editors n ho are men of nin6h experience
thither will compel caution in all gttartern whether h.' halt nerve enough! to mp..rlhe aunt null and fivonibly) known In the For \fodlo'nai, pnrpoie; and a !largo supply of
.hock of fanaticism, rushing like ihf South-\o hive mplo\ed ahlecorrfpiotidptitsattnont | other Liquors for general uao. Dress Goods.
; and induce dull of ti.ide.
a state ,. nf of each
angry surges of the ocean against him I \" thn londlni pnl.t Intercut asVii
3. The farmers of the West are wells \ hlnton) New Yoi.k, ParlB, Llverpoul'an. ,
will would
not question .it now ; jet I Bruch Foucher & Co.'s
off, bill fcl I'ey' hare not paid their" debts '
that I do 11 Id whisper in his ear, "Chnnge LEADING FCATURE. French Merinos .
the tall trade for ices <
..on hoping higher pi ,
.. for farm pri'duc The West is full of your Cabinet, ana ut once, if yi-u would The lending' feature In the Tol graph nllfteIII Ol-.IAMP: : AG NEB.
nut bt betrayed, and would be seved.-'! (li<>titliin to the rights, interests rind fuuliiitfR
co'n! \I hich the ptodureis obstinately refuse Said he the other day to a distinguished of Genigi!: and her Klilckon si ter Htati'S" ; wo Sole Agent of the only true Imported tlralld'j English Merinos .

to market at present" isles ; and citizen of Ohio, no longer resident heie, would ltd them up fnmi the, valley of hnmllla- In the country, \lx: Cllrlo ))'01', Lao ,
ninny of the leading! houses in Cincinnsti linn exhort (hem to n turtretfiilncfs of the past, Sllurj, pt-onnnncert by all coui.oliaeur luperlor
speaking of I the great question of iec"iist -
( Its eludes, and nerve their rums for the
Chicago, 'and St. Louis would be oielypinched ] except ) to any heretofore in use.Speclnl .
i action, and of his .policy in i tegald to ii>, arduous strug lee of the futile.COMMERCIAL Alpacas,
New Voikeislo theerewi.
.) ; sere : apply )Iy baagaae s checked through on i th;;it DEPARTMEXT.The ; Aeont for the American Vintage Cum.
for ihem
Foriuniite'y our (nuncy !line" God grant ll, nml. that he nmy puny, and n rants mock Of their celebrated Cillforiilu -
market Is easy, and! likely lo continue lose neither his checks nor his baggage summer till dppnrtment; nf the Telpirrophul brands constantly da bund.Mv French and; English Pcplins, .
mi1 for some time to come, Although lhWem receive ipeclul ntlpntlon., Dilly repoitsvll'! : .
cries of arid Cheer.]
*iH bare of goods there will I L'Id amen be eUen of nil I the londlrnr ninrkK' of he I Union.'' upcclnl! 'ft'ranlnmenlR with Manufacturer
spring/ :: ; :: Foil de
Iuaalmarket I Cheevers
Iron farue trade niless there is together ulthn full weekly revb'w of the and Importers of the North, and In Europe, wArrant ,
not : : n
; while, on the airivil nl rvvty. att'tunpr. HIP In not oars guaranteeing tho nbnOliit'
hpn) c'liicpsvimi on present p' icea, es NORTIIFR.N: : petinlh in it',mipstic good4.rrb. ". rcppundent of the Ijoslnn Pail, writinst hp irl\in In tliiii rei.pi'Ci, WP hope to niter such oleo enable me to sell nay of the above men. Plain and Fancy '
ndviiiitiii'i[ 'e no \\'Ill\\ nmke the Teh ifriih| tin Indlf* IIn"uIIIIIO' of goods at flrst poet prices-In some
South; is hate of goods, but has "I f'els.lr ( .
; : from the Somh Rayt : in faying' \pun'ihle Mxltnr to the lunllng-iooij, of every lines even lees than trauiportatlnn.
no mOllpI'' jnj, if NI'I'.Yokers'ih, to that if the truth in regard' to the condition 'nil-rebuilt and tridpsnmti.Klncitlon All Wool

I sell it must lie on long edits.! No pm of the Southern :Sut: 8, socially arid fii.iin- !\ A.r'eultu"p end the Mechanic Arts A n examination of my prices will sustain these
alit I he fiwicrt'il n. the true toarcn of.,imltonal!
lent house will sell Liigvly to Southern! daily, wm fully coniirflind(4| by Noithem aud lodlviduul prcwreriiy.] statemeiiti Iu every particular *

de-.ilets ai (iiescni" ..rlCI' and on lung enpimlit-N. the South woull!l be ,,",ply Delaines?

tune, with the future as doubtful ns it !ii I. supplied| | with' nil\ needed capil.il lo dtvclupe THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. .,

her wonderful be omtanytliinjf tike ( In American Delaines.
now.The! -ripouicusi ) The proprlpturs ipeclnl prldo piefpiitlnt ,
....!l } past, J n1tnl'Y lns !been an pxh'erne the North or even the. bouiti: ; their u'errfly edition to the public.\ It W. M WALSH ..
i ci.nlnlim ek'lit or flfij-slx colnrtnii, HlraoHtexClunhply ,
|pace. I
ly dull momli IIIIll branches of trade, ,dreamed before the war." He SI\K" thor of niidintr mutter In Cfi.ti number, Fancy'Silks

and it is now kimnn that there are large! when aloullo ttnrt on his tour in.inj (nun iutiemploil and In'polnt of potrniphj> and general appeai- S. E. Cor. Ilarnara i Ilrousli ton St., I ,
Hocks of fall still unsold the "In nlihnut 1'1"01111' tho donth.! Specimen ,
goods at loflnnu.ide him Irom hit" |iurjosu" aiiCJ u : I
ounrliere.uot b m"110\ nil applicants.Address .
) In
W'st. urging thai it wan pa '."iully d,lo.'erous: for S.\' ...N\\lI: GEO. great variety,
Met chants had better not be too nan n Northern mm, at the, pre
guise Let them |11// 1'I'lIn'|> fur a moderate hovel in, the Sublh. "V,.t." .11)8 he, "I VIM A. REID & CO., feb 6, 18D3-tf 77V .1n.1icr: Sha 1f.JJ .

'tic.de, and be sine and nut give lung hive traveli d quite exten-ively' in' he South Proprietors, &.c., Macon. -4--
'credits, conversed! freely Kith all vlaxts of S'ltuh Felirnarv IS, 1S6B. 47-lf To Printers and Publishers. AT ALL PRICES. .

ern people with quo H8 great a n>jnvenfpi
'The most '1'IIl1l.kahle costume at the --:oIlsving :-
'rsoiml mifelv and comfort you CHII posHibly -
I'TII'I'! Ball" in N.Ylllk was thai of a ----

loi, ign lath for whom; it was made expiessly fir I in walking fiom. jcur raiioium '10 New Goods! New Goods! large lot oCaurplua

to be worn on tl'a, occasion. The your horse in Boston. Indeed, I fed l called PRINTING MATERIALS Cloths and CasslmeresIN
upon, to bear my testimony to the lnuriyPO'diality ,
sir) 'ss was of a soft blown plush, striped
like timer fkin with luminous yellowImndsjit and uniform kindneta with which I offer for sale, FOB CASiI, the following\ m'llclcs .

; wns made long, hut clasps! | In I win everywhere received und treated NEW GOODS at GREAT VAKIETT.

the f..IIII'' of liger'x, cit>\H, fastened it up One-half Manufacturers' Prices. .

nhdit/ .enotinh for dancing. The lad'a L GCB BEER IN COUNCIL.- \ nnins inert- HATS AND CAPS,
.hair; which matched the, tawny stripes, One WASI1INOTQHAND PKKSS'BI1.0xo'l) u
inir! of Germans WAH held in Chicago on the 3, lu good order
1 hUllS in lincomhed wares to )t.: wd.t, evening of the Slh lust, lit winch resolutions M. A Dzialynski One WASIIlSOPOf HASD PItKS9!, :: BOOTS AND SIIOKS

and her only (ill'mp"l was a cullar of were: : iidopltd declaring, it the ditty of Con 2, In excellent'order. -

plain gold about the neck.y arras lo iinppaeli Piesi.lent' Johnson, and reroinmi'iiding 250 Ibl. BKEVIKtt.250Ibs. .

/ the abolition of the ICxeenlivehranoli HAS RECEIVED AND IS STILLR TANG 1'imjKK. HARDWARE,
g The Oh ieilI' Hepu lilicau! publish, '
of the Govprnmuit.' There will 4(0lbs. SMALl, PICA. .
)I letter dated Mnritgoniery! Jan. lOJi
probably l hi coimtitutionnl amendment of- IZ touts JOB TYPE: CROCKERY
which states that G.-n. T. 0 Osbutn formerly ,
'lured, to that rfTeut before the present Ccnyressiou M font DISPLAY TYPE. .

fioin Illinois, was nutidpivd" by a : .1 c body of ciu/.ens on the night of the 6Uitilt. Tin ware & &c.
... nnd In fact ever) thing ntveoniy" .,
., on his plantilion, near Uieenville\ In gutting nut a paper tttli-e tho 011.0 of the

Mist He \had been notified pievionslyby ] r The Iii-h Aiioiiiej' Genprn) has or. t>ulltillelII S
a lf-i'onulitiited. committee of ciii dated the reluiiHH of tweiily Feniaiid from Proprietor Florida BeiilinelBLACKSMITHING' .

| /piiathat he hall twenty four hours lo the United States recently landed at Slign ----- ---

.. leave' m, and\ if futini there after that the evidence not being sufficient to warrant : Goods \ GE1..00EB.I\1S.:

"'I time he would I be killed. He Hayed on heir detunt'on.' Dry

his plantation, and was availed: anti, ttholas FLOUR,
above slated.A v
The population of Chattanooga!:
about 8,200 exclusive of the tatlon..d now prepared to execute every descrip SUGAR
fn'eu troops Boots Shoes ARE .
!"Pony Exiiiess". has been startrl there who number 2,100. The of
--- r.
"1'1' the of smtJIjiackagea
population before the war was only .
niiti the aud 1. TOBACCO &c. J l'.
; greatest despatch| 4,500. In the beet manner, and lu low a* 'tffiia A5t a ,
'at 'low ales to all parts cf the city."- OiO1XIX : the cost nr material, &0., will ailinii ul. iiiuy'
Sign bearing words "Pony EiptessWanted" : have secured the servo. of snore of the
t t.1r The U. S. storehouse at HiltonHead.ttithovei LATEST Powder- Shot and Percussion .
will be distributed amongst the I
.. tOOO( worth of grain and, BEST SMITHS: IN THE STATE.
business houses of the city, and! 'they Caps. '
bay belonging to the government, was Those who may favor n* vtth their patronage '
have only lo hang out the sign, end up and Gentlemen's Hats gailiifuniloii.BlTsho. .
destroyed by tire on Thursday night last. Ladies will he :gnapanliu-d entire I
trots,' a.l'olll' driven, by a boy in uniform. nearlv opposite tho Poat DtHcB. -
Fell 3,

Tan hDI4I1OS.-V. l\IcOlllnulectnrpd rqW.. H. lIul<1 ell, E:-I', the -x Provisional HOSIERY' & 0. itNOTICE..- .-- I i Wines & .

in New Yoik, on Weduet day evening upon Governor of North Carolina has ; Liquors,

the Ir ial1s. lIe estimated the Indian resumed ediioiial coutiolof the North A T.tt, p rc"n. 'Indebted lo tho lute firm of .1. II i I

population\ of the Unite 1 Ctales at be. Carolina Slandaid. Which he offers on low terms fortCASIIor HOPKINS dt CO. era h.Il.Iy l luillllid thaiitolPoA "
Hrrniitfemontu lire made to.( itlo HIM anus' .
'pvetfn 250,000 and S OQOO. lIe predict. ----.p.. .- COTTON. they!. will he pieced' In the, hiimU of nn" mV
ed the enllie extermination of the red for oolleoiloti\ ut first Court.A .
men in the mining Stales and Territories f7 On the 3d instant, the President! IIOl'KINS 4. CO. I OF
within! ten ,1II..d: pardons for three hundred North Harvard's Old Stand .Tulltthnsaee\ "'ob.8, 1866-2w

years. 'aiolinians. Applications are still\ \pour- I IIn Dec. H, 186-31;

.. VSf Upwards of seventy amendments to /{ in-mostly of the S2 ,OOO class ---- PRIVATE BOAEDING- 'I WHISKY, BRANDY, filN CIJ.\ [
the vou tltu.ion have already Oven offered P, B, SLIVERY 'ThJTR-'. .i. II. Al ST'ON la prepured to nceoiu1TJL r.\GNEpoirr, SHERRY AND' '

during the present resmon of Congr....... If It is understood In Washington) that module fifleun or twenty allY boarders, Hi CLARET WINES, COCKTAIL -
..hould all 'bo adopted, there would not AND SALE her renounce, flour the Molhiidlnt Church In this
they Geu. Giant will visit Europe during the ell)'; t hels ,l Isn prepared to enlrrtnlu trnimlunt AND STOMACHBITTERS
bu enough of the oriirmal douument left to summer, and probably be absent several! oiiBiomera. Every cure and utluullon will be i-c. &c. '
swear: to, though the: Constitution ae amended mouths given to the comfort of the guctt. ,

would do very well lo swear at.-Lou- -- -. ..------ : 'd 'flY Stables Ffi[ Jlln.3O -1m J"li"1'he' merchants of Florida are respectfully

".ill, Couri,.,.. reqn"fte"11<> cxaiti'oeour; stock
t Don't stone neighbor but if A J. PEELER
your ; ; ; before decUlmu'" "j'HT'mf-c In New York
: .
...All Is said" to be true that Mrs.: Robert )'our see his baby in a cradle you 'Ari"LAW a* we wilt! dnpllcatf hillx. at New York

... E. Lee I is bringing the influence of many may rock it. .' TALLAHASSEE TLA. ATTORNEY priced, thereby Sal ink tlittiu time and .

leading men of Virginia; and the South to -ALSO- freight. >. .
4 bear upon the Piebidei tip i favor of the elcctriciy.; BUGGIES TALLAHASSEe, F RiAA. tY: roitivtly ft ytoJi ioM at retail
restoration to her tit ihe princely Ailing- Why is like the p01i OIBo up BUIn over the Bt&to'Bank.

Lou cetate, and there are bome ':or'the when they are wanted Because ej D.'UVES'i: .F0{ SALE ll rOflce bourn from !.I.. ra. to1 I n Iu., Had NcKII.bln. & Allen.
from 3 to 6 P. ni
opinion that ebe may be aucceisfiil, i is an invisible force. T.IUhuHO, NOT. JtM-tf '! >. rs -

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''l'1m MAN I I.IKE. Prom ihs Richmond Tiraei. tS3T A New York Correspondent '
ABOUT MARRYING tells the following stories bf Cornelius AND HETAIL STORE.

J tilt' '* '!I. man In any sphere, Vanderbilt : "He has a will
Be Me poMenstnne what they may.cverr Matrimony is ns prevalent AS measles and an 'obstinacy 'that cannot be
Who own the pnMword ; and .
And urnegle m.nfnll.n y.Enrscd whooping cough, and seemsto equalled. lIe got mad with Collinsand

Or toeiri on the upon downy the sea lap of of rote rave,. be twice as contagious. Cupid, !swore he would run !his line off "Y ;

J like the tnnn whom trifle"pleas..bate.I though" youth of doubtful paternity, the ocean, and he did it. Fifteen co o Q A m_ soo .
Ion can ,
\Vboio mighty believed
well inform
was yet by
he held of the
years ago some bogus .
like the tnnn who never broke ancients to have bean the son of Mars, stock of the New Haven Railroad =. : ra
A promise to the heart or ear it j ,
who never spoko the God (War, and we are deposed issued demanded ; '
like mAn by Schuvler. He TT. RIE D THAT WE '
A word unkind or insincere ; to believe it, for as soon as! Mars fin of the His demandwas : HAVE.
1 like the min whose onntlo" klll pay Company.
In ehia'icli of good work dothi run; ished his campaign, Cupid commencdhis refused. lIe told the Railroad
I like the man whose Iron will and has been prosecuting it with WW@lt1rn..tlt1m W mm &m: S) m "' .I"
worn! done. he it if
Yield not till such good are Company would have he .

I like the then who never paned great vigor ever since. At this pres spent all he was worth. So he has At tb. Ol
A low or slanderous word to hear; ent time, we scarcely know anyone followed the Company through all "
I like the man who never' caused who either has not very recently mar the Dry Goods Groceries boots und Shoes '
and ,
A virgin1 blurt, a v'rgln'e tear; courts for fifteen years, at ,?
I like the roan wno ne'er belonged ried, or very shortly intends to do so. the close of the last term of the Courtof
To any vain and foolish creed : And those who have not married HATS & CAPS CLOTHING ill
I like the man who never wronged( Appeals the Court of last resort, ,
A brother e'en In thought or deed.I and did not intend to do so, have it him a decision by which be

like\ : the man whose thoughts are pore, died, and thereby given occasion for gave$760,000 and costs. Vanderbuilt AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Who earn within a noble breastA sales. Marriages and sales are there
noble heart trained' endure, is a "big gun, but he will .A.'t tho I x..o u"toaat Ccstssh If loos tea? Ocseah or:
And aye In Borrow hope the belt; fore the order of the day,,and, though never be translated on account of his t '
Who promptly, heartily forgives' conducted often COTTON. .
separately are '
very 'II.
C'eii ai he hopes to be forgiven, amiability.

An earnest, holy life that lle with Him considered as synonymous terms ; indeed HiTlnj established. k branch. of our home In New York, we are prepared. to furnish Qobili of all
At with man, at en. -> ** .
peace peace you will often hear crusty old ilndi, In any quantity en tb. (Shortest notice sad. the moil IId'.lItaieou.l.tm.. .
-. .- from and At a grand ball in New York last I j
bachelors, so necessity, not
"LOVE, HONOR, AND OBEY" choice, characterize wedlock as a sell week, Miss Alice Bell wore a dressof Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to a

thoroughly rich rosecolor silk, with over dressof
and its participants as being
'"rrninl to Lori p> Why,woman thinks pink tulle looped up with miniature HODCKISS SCOTT $ CO.
To Iou a privilege, not a lisle sold but we are not disposed ,
If thou wilt truly lake my heart to take this view of the matter bouquets of morning glories, .
And keep it-tbil li oil I aik.
waist low with tulle
cut covering :N'E "Yontt.
match be
unless the
a mercenary one, I T.II.hn..ee. Jan.. ,
"Soroii thee P Von, If thon wilt live and then the resemblance to a sale is for the neck, sleeves short, looped up 9,166-ly
A life of truth and pl1rity''hQo .
I have Been thy worthiness, somewhat striking as one must with morning glori & ; hair parted on '
I cannot choosu but honor th<8, admit. side a la .Mexicana, with a bunch: of Emporium of Varieties,'* ,

"OetT I" When 1 hive fully learned There is one consideration to be morning glories.
Each want and "Ith '0 understand,
I'll nine the wisdom to obey, kept in view in anv discussion: of this *
If thou host wisdom to oommaud. matrimonial question, and it is this ; DID NOT WANT TO GO TO THE CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. WM I>, SL'SSEK.:
WARS. A 'German in Texas
So,111 full to live with thee that owing to the casualities of warthe who .
In duty, love and lowliness, did not want to be forced into the i TILLABAHII, Jan U,1806. : T: ALL Alt AS8EE. FI',A....
'Tli Nature' fault, or thine,or both- ladies greatly outnumber the gentlemen O and after till dote lie Trains
The greater must control the leu. and after all the latter shall Confederate army, donned homespun on the retiuicalit and Uoorll a Ituilrotid will (' r, Tin and \
follows *
ruu daily .1 :
... and sun-bonnet and
toiled for
po have taken wives there will be a
An Unpleasant Affair. large residum loveliness unprovidedfor. two years on his little farm as his : Leave Quincy.4.30 A. M.
wife's: sister, come to stay with her Arrive At Tallahassee! t..:... 6.30 "
The following is from the Louis This will be unfortunate, but LeaTU TsllahHSsre at.. ...... 7.00 tlEA LE't IN
for it in from a distance during her h sband'sabscice Arrive Mndlron; at.........11.00 .
ville Courier of a late date : we see no remedy save polygamy Leave Mndlsnn at. .

The steamer Luminary arrived which we are not prepared to in the Confederate army.3TVith Arrived at Lake City nt............ 3.0 1' M. English, French and Domes'* .

here yesterday from New Orleans advocate 'nor society to receive. the hus WESTWARD. tic Goods ..- '
a true wile, leave Lake City at. 830 A. M. .. ,.
and from persons who came up on We believe that it is the apprehension band's faults should be secret., A Arrive nt Macllinn! at............._..12.20 1'. M.

the boat wo learn the following facts on the part of the ladies that woman forgets what is due to herself Leave arrive Madison At TnllnhM.at.." .ai............. 4.30' ."" Plain Fancy & Japanned Ware*:, .

of an incident which occurred on the the gentlemen will shortly run out, when she condescends'to/ that refugeof Leave Tal'nhans'!' ft.00 '..

np trip of that boat': A man giving which has given such an impetus to weakness female: confidant. A Arrive avyulncj ST. MARKS at ...TRAIN. 6.30 TOVE HEADQUARTEr.S. .;

1m name as Thomas and professingto matriagesof late. No 'lady likes to wifo's bosom should be the tomb of Leave Tallahassee at. 7.30 A. U. ..
live and die old maid \iriientBI.Markint. 915 A larg: and handsome variety of 4
be a lieutenant in a colored regiment an : consequcrrtIv her husband's failing, and his character Leave St. Marks at..................12.00 M.
came on board at Vicksburg, offers have been snapped'at since far more invaluable, in her es- Arrive at TallnhftMre rut............. 1.46 P. 1!. COOKING STOVES !1.: .
..-8"lf hour will the arrlxal ;
the On the other hand the an be given on
accompanied l>y a woman war. timation than his life. "
negro of the cars at Madison for Dinner, !going from '
whom he c'a'mxd to be his.wife and incentive which has operated in driving mid coming this way. ComLilliRjP; "' .

demanded a :state room for the cou the men to marry has ben the t2rA man named Aaron Bedbug and A Albany line of ntBKei end, between between Muutlcvllo Quincy B.iinhrldire tend, Thum / *e'. < 4
pIe. The officers of the boat told him fear, on their part, that: after nearlyall of Lewis coun>tv.entucky.} has petitioned aivllle. will connect with the E.trxlni IIOUSTOUN) SHEET IRON, '
he could have a room for himself the marriageable material had to the Legislature to changehis Jan.M, 1880-tf T'reddeut. AIR-TIGHT, f"

but that the negress must go into the been absorbed the scramble and competition name. He says' that his sweat ':

nursery. The professed lieutenant for the remaining beaux hear whose name; is Olivia is unwilling Hodgkiss, Scott & Co., DOS AND

: appeared to be greatly incensed would! become so fierce and bitter that he should be called A. Bedbug .
!' from being separated from his "fair that no man could kurvive it. To she 0. Bedbug, and. the little COMMISSION PARLOR COOKING ;

bride" but finding that the officers escape such a dilemma, the men are one little Bedbugs. NO. 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. All liinimed in a tirat and dninlilp) man-".t -- s.'

were determined he submitted. marrying in hot hast, and without This. II. Ilodgklss, late of Hambelton Brotkurs, ner. They can lie shipped) lu' shy I jnit ufa'
that of caution and JS3T It would be a public benefit 8:11: 1\\more. ihp country \\'ithl''lf'ct enfert blOYB.r *
When the boat left Vicksburg thepassengers I degree foresight G. W. Boott.of! flrm of O. W Scott & Co.,Talla.hnsiee. ] .
to tie Garrett Davis and Thaddcns I'll'KS mid! .
who had witnessed the I which should enter into every step cm.MnMly tin l.nud. .
: lof character.We up in a bag together and let them D. II. Poole. of firm of Foo:.e A Babbitt. Bnln. Outdoor \ |-
above went to Thomas and asked to so important b'dl/eUI.' .
other down Pipes' Ornamental' hence'heads
do not think in view of the scratch each to death. If the W. O. Porle.'\ of eras of G. VT. Scott< Co., Tal | .
see his commission or discharge but lahuive, being unable to show either he was great scarcity of men, that it is fair contest were not terminated' in sixty rw'Sliop' wink of etery denciiition
for widows the second time I minutes, throw in Ben \\ ade. done on shot t notice, "
to .
compelled to go on deck after his marry Special attention. given to the sale of all kinds of _

shoulder-strap which had been until all the young maidens have secured I '
0Incol'I'ig ble urchin to a well- SOUTHERN PRODUCE, 'No't:1on.S.: 4
ped from his shoulders. On arrivingat liunbands. The Legislature dressed John Bull-"I old feller
say, and to the purchase and shipment of
Memphis, Lieutenant Thomas and ought to attend to this matter and how does spell saloon over in WOODEN WARE,
the interests ye your Household and Plantation Goods, I WILLOW WARE I
of the ladies
his sable bride were put ashore- protect young country 1" English swell-"With a Aes, ,

They afterwards attempted to pro for without the aid of legal enactments a hay, a tell, two hoes, and a hen- Wares, Implements, 'JOYS.I IIUISTMAS PRESENTS. '

cure on the Tarucon lor this the wi i ows are sure to play S-a 1-oo-n. Of
passage &0. J every dcucriiition untie) Call ai'''<'
city, but were refused. the grab game. They will therefore MACHINERY, rxa'rnine" Iirfoie put' (.hash l'i* eli-rnlieie. ,'

I a Tho affair created some excitement have to be restrained by the strong Some men are so extravagant that Nnv 7, 181i5- fluSOU'I'IIERN ,

f and disgust on the Luminary, as it aim of the law, as was done in the if they owned the solar system they REFERENCES : EXPORT ''"

naturally should, and it was with early colonial history of Virginia/ would cut the moon up into shillings J.Mehus L Moore Currier, Griffin I. Co.Us,.New' York.
some pains that they could be prevented when the House of Birrgesses passedan and squander the proceeds in a Bryant Croom Montgomery, At .J I AND
A. B nd, Macon 0. IMPORT COMPANY.'lit
from throwing the professed act of the very character indica week. E. Bond, Macnn, Ga.Jus. .' .

lieutenant overboard. Thon_ claimed ted. It was found that all\ the young I G. Whitfleld,Demllpolll Ala.
as every 'Ii..uk of Florida
"WITHDRAW from brother Win. Bally, President But .
to be from Ohio. men imported into the colony" were Txllnhai'srii.Tiio .
t COMPANY Is now organized and
that walks disorderly, and have ne E. Jambeltoo, Free. Md. Fire Ins. Com TillS we.
at once caught by the widows bv su- Baltimore. prepared lu make liberal ad\auces oil
fellowship with the unfruitful works pony,
Cnbrs or TUB: PACIFIC STATES perior wilE's-and stratagems, without Oct. 24-tf
An T. RRlTORIES.-ThiJ monthly report any chance being allowed to the mod darkness, but rather reprove them. Cotton and other Produce
-Paul. & CLARK
of the Agricultural Department est and retiring young maidens ; so PRATORIUS .
consigned to our Agent In Lherpaof. The ,
contains valuable information with the Legislature took the matter in t" Wife (camphiningly-"l) talc a of Cotton: In Ll\erpnoll t. from 60 present to 64-'
reference to the crops of the Pacific hand,"and will have to do so again. haven't more than a third of the 80 ceiitsm to Jl.32 1'1 cents mid for for good gUild Upland loiir| Cotton Cotton In.slid Gold.Ve from.- "*;

States -Territories.. The returns bed." Husband (triumphantly) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, \ will advance...lialfu Milue' In Gold or Ita
Mall In .
from California show considerable THE Pall Gazette attributes "That's all the law eqiiiYklmt currency.
allows 'ou. We solicit orders fur goods from the Merchnnta
gain over the cropof 1864, and the human tastes and character entirely KEEP CONSTA.NTLY'ON HAND and PIIIIII r.. The strictest allei lion paid' to the
sale! a large and varied assortment 01GENTLEMENSCLOTHING Smallest orders for good morn England France ,
prices are low at San Francisco in to education, and thinks that many A Turnip weighing nine and a and Gorrnnntt. .

the face 'Of a fair export demand a canonized saint, if educated like quarter pounds, from the plantationof RICHARD F. FLOYD Jaeknontllle, President,

which indicates a full harvest. In Tom Sayers, would have been a row- Mr. Daniel Green county, is on E. T. Tams, Agent, Lhrrpoul l nglHiid.' Florida. .

tie middle of November flour was dy and, a prize fighter. Here is exhibition in Augusta.tr' ALSO .1.7 Nov. 1H BIBXKD-3m Agent TkllHliataee., Fla. '>*, .

celling from $6 25 to $7 196 something for the serious consideration '
per of and A run of 800 points was Cloths, Saddle, Harness and Carriage .
wheat. parents guardians
2c. ,
pounds barley
; per pound ; made by a billiard player in Niles, :
lc. oats lc. corn from 1 to 2c.
SPAIN.-A Madrid dated Michigan a few days since-don't be. Cassimercs ..
rye, from 1 to 2c. ; rice, from 3 .to 4c. dispatch, "
Jan. 22d it is confirmed lieve a word of it. .. .. '
1 buckwheat, same ; beans, from 2 to 4c says officially ; \ ,
that Gen. Prim entered Testings '''
and hay from $12 to $15 per ton.- Portugalon Handsome features alone aro inca I Ii'ate just received n large aaiorUv .
the 20th. lie delivered the horses went 01 Oood.,co"'II\I' g of '
Taking into consideration the cost of pable of expressing real beauty, as .: ,f'lIenllem

labor in California, and the c st of and equipments of his followersto speech alone is incapable of expressing Neck Tics, I1'. and Ladles' Saddles

the seed sown, these the Alcade of Anacola. wit. Fine Donhli- and Sinrlo llar-es, .
prices /Ire.not Bridles, Collar and Whips. '
satisfactory. Hence we find the far GENERAL S." Suspenders, fc'Hddle Clothe I.
back OWEN.-"I think I have There is touching in Hhoe Plndlnrsof evirj'deserlpllon ,
nothing more
mers holding for a better mar before l""Alh"rof.1I klndu, ,1
seen you sir-are you not this life than to see a poor, but virtuous Gentlemen's Hose, &c.Gentlemen' Trfv!lllng l hatchets and Trunk ." "v f( *"
ket.The Owen Smith Oh I owiu' I S"rldIPII.11Irlle..lI.rd..er.
yes am ,5
from man 6trugghng-wlth a
reports Oregon induce a young Y VWagon
Jones and owin' .
Brown and garment cut and mad la fiwh- *
belief that owin'i moustache. Buggy Hubs, .v"'
confident the '
crops there lonahle style and superior manner. ahaftTrimming.. ', .
V BuggyC"rrlege e, Hpolrs and Rim, >&*!
everybody.-s.-- Ii''" Store next T. B. Tata", '.. i .
will be heavier tbau was anticipated to Buggy Ailei and Spring, t
Onlor 54ifWs
I t.We see the following toast

at the A letter'commencement from there of the Several wagons loaded with I1Hn'ois going the rounds of the papers : "Wo- CARRIAGES- AND- -.E17tQIE3" >'' *-/ .

season. under cotton, arrived at St. Louis Mo. and in. H WHITNER '-
'and forever ,
nan \now one 'i t :
date of October, 1865, says : "much recently. -: : V Bufferkble." of every de,erlptlon, iMnchlne s'rlT'w.. .
wheat and oats has been, Bflilnx. '
injured by ._- '--. Work madeloarderandrepair"tgtoe.. wttbi '
the heavy rains. Wheat brings $i There "is 'a social club at New Last''year two hundred and thirty- )sADISON fL IUDA. dispatch 4.

per bushel, and oats 50 cent*. The York known as. tbe ."St pIP tber So two persons were, killed by carriage"accidenU 'tLL PRACTICE Middle Circuit.IN THE COURTS OF 5EWINGtI4CI11I4ES.Taliebeesee Agent f"Tit.' 'I.rVIlioC. sod flow-' ..'a"I 7'"

will be fine," A' J.' JC J'URD1'.
potato crop ciety. in the street of London. JMII-'f Net. 'e-.tl .



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