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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 20, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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VOL., I. .TALLAHASSEE_ TUESDAY, FEB. 20. S)6.( NO. '49..
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iji t Jd Tc 1 in in colored man. I have owned slaves] I I tion that'existed between' ',tlje white at the hate that 'existed between the r will operate well, he will be protected
I e tli and bought'slave", but Ii never sold man and the black' man. A verysmall two' races. '{.he query comes' up, I i in all) his rights and given ,every pos
IS PUBLISHED SVKRT one. I might say, however' thatpractically proportion of white persons, whether these two laces, situated as sible] advantage by,that community,
and so far as my connection compared with the whole number of .they were before, without preparation when they have become, reconciled
t Tuesday, Thursday Saturday? with slaves' has! gone, I have been such, owned the colored people of without, time for passion and excitement socially and politically to Certain

J __ AT TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.'I'ERrlS .... their' slave instead'of they being1 the: South. I might instance the to bo appeased, and without things.: 'Then, will this new order of'
mine. Some have even followed'me State of Tennessee., In illustration, time for the slightest improvement affairs work harmoniously.] forc- .
'J A ; here','while others are occupying end there were twenty-seven non-slave] whether then. one should be turned ed upon the people] before they are
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I, .For Annum......._..........i.;......:...$3 00 enjoying my property with my con holders' to one' slave-holder and ]loose upon the-other and be thrown prepared for it, it will be resisted and
Jo'ur Six\ : MouthR............................ 400 I sent.' 'For the colored race my yet, the slave: power controlled together at tho ballot box with th is wcfi'k inharmoniously.] I feel'a conviction
Single Copies :............._..:............ ]0 means, my time, my nil. have been the.State. Let jis talk about thismatter enmity and_ hate existing between .that, forcing that matter upon
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- pciilled ;;, and now at, this, late day, ns it is. Although the them ? The query comes up, will we the pedple, upon the,community, will '
lUTES OF A ADVEUTISIlNtt after giving evidence that is tangible, colored man was in slavery there, not there commence a war of races? result: !in' the injury ot both ra es and
TO BE riii FOR if,ADVANce : that is practical, I am free to say that and ownod as property'in the sense I think I understand this thing ; and the ruin of one or the other. God
One square (U Nonpareil Hiiro,) or le.a, fur theflmt I (do not like to be arraigned by some and in the language of that ]localityand especially' this the case when knows I'have no desiro but the goodof
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Each subsequent Imwrtlon ............... 75 who can get up handsomely roundedperiods of that community, yet in comparing force it upon a people without their the whole human race. I wouldit ]
Estate and Legal NntlcoB to lie charged and deal in rhetoric, and talk his condition ,and his positionwith 'consent.. You ,have spoken about were 'so that all you advocated
the sumo u< .tninalent, udvertlKLmenti, about abstract ideas of liberty, who the non-slaveholder] ,' he usually goveinment. Where is power derived could] be done in the twinkting of an
except Notice of,Dlmnleiilou as Adinlii never perilled life, liberty or proper estimated his importance Justin pro- from ? We say it is derived eye;; but it is. not' in the nature' of
l Irttrator, for which the olmrifo ..h,11tc..:18 00Obltunry This kind of theoretical number of the slaves from the Let
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and Tributes'of ty. hollow portion to people. us so, things, and I do not assume: or pretend -
( an ndvertUomonlfl Xu.luas Respectcharged friendship amount to but very little. that his master owned, with the non- and refer to the District of Columbia' to be wiser than Providence or
-= While I jay that I am friend of slaveholder. Have you never lived by way of illustration. Suppose, for stronger than the laws' of nature:
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the colored race, I' do not "want to upon 'a plantation instance, here in, this4 political com Let'us now seek to discover! the laws
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adopt a policy That I believe) will end DOUGLASS-I have, jour 'Excel'cy. ]- munity, which, to a certain extent, governing this question: There is a
COLORED mNVl'rn THE in a contest between the races, which' le must have government, must have great ,law controlling it: Let us endeavor -
Ir", PRESIDENT.IHtat if persisted in, will result' in. the extermination The PRESIDENT When you would law, and, putting it upon the bioad- to find out what that ]law' is
of one or tfie'; other.- look over and see a man who had a est basis you can, take into considc- and 'conform' our action to it. All
,the I'ltittlcnt Said to Fred.: Douylisi.. God forbid that I should:'be' engaged ]large family, struggling hard upon apoor the relation which the white has hel e- the det ils 'wilI' then properly ad-
in such woik. Now; it' is' always piece of land, you thought a tofore borne to the colored race, is it just themselves and work,well in the
Evils, of' Forcing Negro Suffrage on Lest to talk practically and in a com great deal less of him than you did roper to force upon this community end. God knows that anything I ando
The South. mon sense way. I have said, and I of your own ma,'.!ter. without their consent, the elective] in the mighty process by which
repeat here that if the colored men' DOUGLASS-Not I. franchise, without regard to color, the great end IS to be reached, any-
WAMIINGION, Feb. 7, 18CC. in the United States could' find no The PRESIDENT-Well, I know such making it universal Now; where thing I can do, to elevate the race, '
The delegation of colored representatives other MOC8"! nor any Moses that was the case with a large majority of do you begin? Government must to soften and ameliorate their condi-
from different States! of would be more able and efficient than y ou. In those sections where such is have a controlling power-.--must have tion, I will do; and to be able to do so
the country now in Washington{ to myself- l I would be their Moses to the case, we know there is enmitywe a lodgment. For instance,. suppose is the sincere desire of my heart.
nrgotho) interests of the colored people lead from bondage to freedom ; thatI know there is a hate. The poor Congress should pass a ]law authorizing DouoLass-.If: your, Excellencywill
before the giiveinruent, had an would pass! them from a land where white man, on the other hand, was an election to be held,. at whichall bo pleased to hear, I would like
interview with the President this af- they had lived in slavery to a land, if opposed to the slave and his master, over': twenty-one years of age, to say a word or two in regard to
tcinoon. The delegation was: as folluwufeFrud it were within our reach, of freedom. for the colored man and his master, without regard to color, should be al; that one matter of the enfranchisement -
] ,1 1)oughts s, of New York ; l I wouM be willing to pass with them combined, kept him in slavery by depriving lowed to vote, and a majority should of the blacks as a means of pre-
G'orgl 'Downing, representing the through; the lied Sea, to the land of him of a fair participation in decide at such election that the elective venting the very thing which your
Ni-w "Kiigland :States::> ; Lewis II. promise, to the land of liberty. But the labor and productions the rich franchise should be universal, Excellency seems to apprehendthat -
Douglas, son of Fred _Douglass ; LaIn not willing, under. either circumstances lands of the country. Do not you what would jou do about it ? Who is a conflict of races.
Win. .E. Mathovvs, of Miryland ; : to adopt a policy whichI know that the colored man in goingto would settle] it ? Do you deny that The PRESIDENT-I repeat, I mere-
.... [ John Johns, of Illinois ;; John F. believe will only] result in the'saci hunt a master, as they called it, first great principle of the right of ly wanted' to indicate my views in
t7 Cook, of District of Columbia ; A. i ifice of his life and the shedding of: for the next year, preferred hiring toa I the people to govern! themselves reply to your address, and not to enter
, J. Hay nor, of South Carolina; Jos. his blood. I think I know what I. man wuo owned slaves, rather than Will you resort to an arbitrary power into any general controversy, as
I;. Oatis, of Florida ; A. W. Ross, of say. I feel what I say, and I feel to one who did note? I know the and say a majority of the people I could not well do' so under the cir
Mississippi: ; ; Wlli. Ripper, of Pennsylvania well assured\ that if the policy urged fact, at all events.DOUGLASSBccanse. shall receive a state of things theyare cumstances. Your statement was avery
; John] M. Giovin and Alex.Drink by some be persisted in> it'will result' they treated opposed to? frank one, and I thought it was
p, of Virginia, sod Calvin in great injury to the white as: well' him better. DOUGLASS-That was said- before due to ybu to meet it in the same
While, of Virginia. as the colored man There is a great The PRESIDET-They did not con- the war. spirit.
FEED. DOUGLASS, advanced and deal of talk about the I sword in one sider it quite respectable] to hireto The lR&R1DENT-I am now talking DOUGLASS Thank you, sir.
addressed the' President, f saving :- hand accomplishing one end, and the a man who did not own negroes about a principle, not about what The PRESIDENT-I think you will
r.lJrcsillent-We are not here to ballot accomplishing another at the to hire'to one who dill.DouGLAssBecause. somebody said. find, so far as the South is concerned -
enlighten you sir, as to your duties ballot box. These things'are all very he. would'tbe Dowrmw-Apply) what you ]have that, if you will all inculcate this
as the Chief Magistrate of this re well, and sometimes', have forcible rated as well said,"Mr.'President to South Carolina i idea in connection with the one you
public, but to show, our", respect and application. We talk about justice; The PRESIDENT-Then that is an- for instance. urge, the colored people] can live and
to present in brief the cl.ums of our we talk about right=.we say that the other argument in favor: of whit; I The PREflDENT-Suppose 'you go I advance in civilization to better advantage
race to your favorable consi eration. white man has been in the' wrong in am going to say. It shows that the to South Carolina, or to Ohio, that elsewhere than crowded to-
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In,the order of Divine Providence keeping the black man in slavery) as colored man appreciated the slave docs not change the principle at all. gether in the South, it would be better
f you are placed) in a position where long as he, has. That is all true.- owner more highly than,,he did the The query to which I have referred for them.
you have the power to save or,' de- Again, we talk about the Declarationof ) man who did 'not own slaves. Hence still comes,'ip when government, is DOUGLASS-But the masters have
stroy 'us-;-to bless or blast, :"us=I Independence and,,q the enmity between the colored man undergoing a fundamental change.- the making of the laws, and we can'
mean, ur whole race. Your-noble I Int the la",. You understand all hat, and and the non-slaveholders.f The white Government commenced upon this not get away from the plantations.
and humane predecess placed in know,how to appreciate now man was permitted to vote befoio: the principle, and has, existed upon it, The PRESIDENT What prevents
our bands the sword to assist' in saving let Us look each other in the face-! government- was derived from him. and now you propose to incorporatean you? '
the'nation and we do hope'that Let us go to the great mass of colored lie is'a part and parcel of the polit clement that did not exist before DOUOLASS-Wo have noj the simple
you, his able successor, will favorably men' throughout the slave ical machinery now, by rebellion or in it. I say the query comes tip in right of locomotion through the
regard the placing in our; hands the States. Let us take the condition in revolution ; and when you comeback undertaking this_ thing, whether we Southern States.
.ballot with which to save. ,ourselves. which'they are 'in at''the present to-the" objects of this war you find have alright to make a change regard The< PRESIDENT-If the. master
We 'shall submit no argument on time, and it is bad enough, wo all that,the abolition of slavery was not tf ,tho elective: fianchise i ,, in now controls the freedman, would he
that, point. The fact that we are the know-and suppose by some, magictoacli one of the objects. Congress and the Ohio, for instance Whether we not control his vote ?
subjects of government and subjectto you ,could 'say to( every one President declared that it was on our shall not let the people in that State DOrGLASS-Ll.t the pofrro: once
taxation, to volunteer in the ser llYou shall vote to-morrow.", How part in order to suppress the rebellion. decide the matter for th mselves.Each .- understand that ho has an organic
vice of the country, subject t& :being much would that, ameliorate their The abolition slavery has come as community is: better prepared right to vote, and he will raise up a
drafted, subject to bear the burdens condition at this time ? Now, let us an''incident to the suppression, of a to determine the Depository of political party in the South among the poor
of the State, makes it ;not improper get closer up to the subject and talk great rebellion-as an idcident we power than anybody else; and it who will rally with him. There is
that wo'should-ask to share in the about it. What' relation] has ,the should give to it proper direction. is for the Legislature'or the'people of this ,conflict that you speak of between
privileges of the condition. I have' colored man' and the white man The coiorcd'man went into this, rebellion Ohio to say who shall vote or,not,for ,the wealthy] slaveholder and
no speech to make on this occasion heretofore occupied in the South ?- 'slave ; by the operation of the Congress' of the .United States: the poor man.
I simply submit these observationsas I opposed slavery on two grounds. the rebellion he camp out;a, freed- I might go down; hero, to''the' ballot- I The PRESIDENT-You touch right
a limited, expression of the views First, it'wasa, great monopoly :l man, equal toI.. freedman in other box to.morrow'and vote difectly for upon the point there There is this
and feelings of the"delegation with. bling those who controlled it to consti- portions of the 'coa itry. There is a universal suffrage, but if a great majority c9nfiict, and hence I suggest emigration -
which I have co Iie. tute an aristocracy,enabling the few to great deal done for him on this point. J of tho people said "No," I if he1' cannot get employment inthe'South.
The' ,following is,substantially the derive great profits and rule the many The non-slaveholder 'who, was forced should consider it would be tyrannical \ \ He has it in. his powerto
rcsponse'of President : with an iron rod, as it were ; and into the rebellion, and was as l loyalas and aibitrary me to attempt to go where he can get it. ,
Iii reply to some of your inquiriesI that is ono great objection to it in a those that lived beyond the limits force it upon,them without their will. In parting, the President said they
will sav that if; I have not given governmlnt, its being a'monopoly.-- of the State, was carried into it, and It is a fundamental ext in my creed were both ,desirous of accomplishingthe ,
it and in number of instances that the will of'tho people,must bo same ends, but proposed to do BO
evidence in my, former course that I I was'opposed to 'secondly; upon his property, a .
am a friend of humanity, and to that the ,abstract principle. In. getting the lives of such, were sacri- obeyed when fairly expressed. Is by following different roads.'
portion of it which constitutes the elear of a monopoly we-were getting ficed, and howbo has 'survived has there anything,wrong, or ,unfair in DOUGLASS; on turning to leave, remarked
I of, at the slime como of it with that 8 to his fellow delegates "The
colored population, can givo no evidence clear slavery time.J3o .-= out nothing gained,
hereafter. Everything that I you see there were two ends ac- but a great deal lost., Now,, upon a DOUGLASS (smil1ng-A- great in the of be Mr. President, 'with alt""respect. 'and we will have, to go ; and get the
have had, both as regards life and complished accomplishment of principle justice: ..should they wrong > ? '
/ 'property, has been perilled in this the one. placed in a condition different from people 1 right.; '
>causo when I had every inducement DouGLAss-Mr., President do you what they were before? On tho one The PRESIDENT-The people] must The PRESIDENT-Yes, sir.' I have
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:held out to take the other course, wish hand one has gained ''a' great deal; determine this' question for them great faith in the people. I believe
by Adopting which I would have accomplished The PRE IDENT--I: am not quite on the other,hand one has lost a great selves. I do not want to be -engaged that" they will do what is just, and ,
perhaps, all that the through yet. Slavery has been abolished deal, and in a political point of view in a work that will commence a have no' doubt they: will settle this !
most ambitious might have desiied. A great national guaranteehas scarcely stands: where he did before. war, of races., In each community, if question right, and hope that it will
i If I know myself and the feelings of been given-ono.;that cannot be NOW, we are talking about where'we a 'man demeans himself well, and be submitted to them for final action. J
-i'J my heart,. they have ten for the revoked, I was getting-at the rela are going to begin. We have got bo\v.s; that this new btatc of affairs The delegates then withdrew.


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...., .:" ) >I'flis, .. \a;u of n. Political, .. .,,milieu- The President utid lisp Color- Riot at Columbus, .Georcln. A''Riot "veeol'11eicroes and

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.. Old! JOSHUA K, Omotsos ot' Ohio from the Columbus 47n of Tuesday yC'sterdaYfrotn: .
We publish on the first page, to the ex- n We learned Capt': Mor-i
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: I ', the mostfoloni AbolitionUt and'ene clnstun] of other matter, 'n fullrepditof last; tI ton, of the steamer General! Barnes, and '

F TALT.t1.3TAE3Ii11f t, my of Soullipin: whites that, ever 'enter: 'the; Interview! of tbe Delegation] 'of colored Ac affair occurred yesterday afternoon, from passengers by the same boat, that a'
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 18G6. addressed! .about six o'clocktrhich nil regret, but serious .affray took place iu, Charleston
ed North Piesident.(
It' Congress or ever, a menIth} the It will' be, seen which could not have been avoided. From about the hour:of the departure of that

ern Abolition Meeting> wliilo making a that the President was explicit tn his declaraliolt what we1 can learn from ,witnesses both steamer. It' appears that a difficulty o
Agent for The Sentinel.! Speech in the Honve of ,Representatives that he "will not adopt a policy white and black,.it seems that two young/: cured between' a couple of negro sol Jiei'lr

Mr: D. It.. WILBOX, at Quincy.Mr. Mirc1r1l1th, 1884, urging on the frightful which he believes will'end in a* contest men were going down Broad street, when belonging' to a regiment which had just
TIIOMAB Jsaknis, RtMalison._ directly opposite the store of A. Crane & been mustered out of service, en Meeting,
war throuub! which we Imvo just passed between the races which 'it persisted tn
street, when a policeman interfered an,1tried
Illesers. Duw &OAKIKY, Jacksonville.Col.'l .. Co., a few doors below the burnt district
). J.'lATLon, a' Feiiiftndma.: and anitciVaiiiiK, the whirlwind of desolation will result InUie', ,extermination! ,of,one or, on' Broad street, they were! met .l>y to arrest the pat'ties. Other negroeson

'Mnj. F. C.. Bslu Err, 'tit Gainesville.\ that; has swept over .most ,,of. the the other." lie does not want to ,be engaged a negro soldier] who to all appearances the spot interfered and the belligerents'
Mr.. C-i;. JOHNBOK at Monticello.Mi. '. Southern ] of them. The> refused to be'arres Led. The policeman
Stales, declared that, "when t; in a work hat will,'.uommenco a purposely ran against one others t
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alarm and
the to the number
',W. SViU'MAN, :! aL C.'ntle.m gentleman! remarked, "you had betterrun gave ,
.. tbe contest' shall' ccit'e, when tlio thuudor; war: ,of, .races: aud I is ',therefore,opposed over me,'" or words to that (effect of about, thirty came to his assistance,,

shall roll and tho lightning\ flash, whoa to, .the ,extension of, the suffrage to the, when the negro commenced cursing him ; but, ,the negroes" having also, been reinforced -
\ Notice.-t) rlng the abioiico of the niulor- the slaves Iblis!! in the South I and feel fiocdmon I nor would: it, in his' opinion, most bitterly for 1\/,''..aRcal/' and using the the affair assumed rather a se
tuned Lbl! tho 'Sentinel Office wilt ( rious The outnumbered I
} bijtlnctl o1 ; aspect negroes
to conducted by. Mr. J_, M.. DOTT, Editor, In that they) are men, and mjisteis; thall. turn ameliorate<<: their,condition. lie refers the. most his insulting best to ]language.avoid difficulty The gentlemandid tellingthe nnd'dfove the offlceis away. '

cbnrgo pale and tremble when the.101 ell) o( the matter: the ,people, and as the people negro to and walking" off At this slage. of the proceedings, Col.]
go away ; '
** WM. A. 8QOBE11, 'ince diary shall light up their) ;drtcllings, of the District of Columbia] hava. almost slowly. 'At List the negro asserted' he 4'lilz, of tile, 6th U; S Infantry, ordered ,

Tnl1nhnu.o, rob: 10, lSd( and amid, their smoking ruins dismay\ unanimously\ l; declared against negro suffrage had put hundreds. like him under the out' the Regiment 'and commanded the .
...... negroes to. oi-Teise.| They refused to
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shall ail each
on I it is almost certain th /bill hen the gentleman shot him lll'ee'liml's,) obey and \began to pelt the soldiers, and,
.Dentil'. of,Comptroller Piles.We .<< doclaied! that though he Would not say passed by Congress, making the] freed I The negro: with bayonet in' his hand and we believe, fired upon them.: lire soldier

./. received! on,yesterday, the following "we will )laugh ,at 1 one calamity and men iu the D.str'.ct: : raters, will be .vetoed. i fct'llcnisine;-totteiedback to the shantieson )were then ordered to file on the negroes,
Telegraphic! despatch : mock when your fear'Cometh," ho would . I the corner lIe was carried to thebarracks but; being: ]loth to shughter them tndi:
I /v and, shed in a few'minutes.,. criminalely' they flied' a volley over their
FIA. Feb. 19.ColonelLHWIS hail it *s "THE naves OP A. POLITICALMILLKMCU
GAIIIKBVILLB yet Tlie 1'reeeitnens''Rureau. The gentleman: who filed the shot is a1J heads. That not having: the deshed effort,
O,rILES died, at Atelier onjcsXerduy !I" the regulars pouied a telling lire into the
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be Mr.; Cooper Lindsay one
Tbe.Fr..lwens' Bureau bill;as modi-! leged to ,
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nioruing.M GtoiMitos bas and bravest mob, killing at least four of the negroei.The" ,.
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pasiei beat young men
'* F. C:. BAKRBTT.Col. \t'Ay--t\tbpreo Bed by the House, was construed to give/ our filing: brought the 'rlotl'rs'to their
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the Lord fearing the vengeance of troops, fled,
to knouts where Bus to bor- '
*- r.',,'. elected Comptroller of Fob- the President the discretionary power of pursued by a squad of negro s:>ld'ers. one senses, and being followed up' by a charge .
lie Accounts last November. butin, 'conorquenco row an expression applJed. by old THAI>.- !. limiting the operat'onsof'! of the act to States of whom flied at him'! at Gunbj's, corner. upon them by the troops,they retreatedin

continued ill health lie bAd STEVES s to the late ClacfJustk-e TAMT; only wherein the, halfcti corpus was BUS- i This negro was arrested and carried! by vaimus direction, And quiet WAS soon
Ibis Speech "damzed Wn to.everlastalag the civil authorities to the gnaid home,' afterward; lestoied.buoannah, HcraU of.
:tn-ver qualified for the Mice: At the: organization "' \ended. Of coarse if the President restored but was aftei'wards, conducted) to' the barracks tbcf 12fh.. "
of th2J Florids.Keglmpnt.'Jie: fame. f 1M t* etYriastirg fire !" the hadct :torpui in Vfiginia; ; or by :Mayor: Wilkin- Mr. LI escaped.\ _-----J-- .-

was elected Major, and with: it left Jack, lib de ttfts >>N'UI j--uc -1 I: i'VNSv3riNtt has bang S5 a tie most part, him. Two negro soldiers came, to.the i
'Richmond
onrllte wlulcplIse
for in JolylSS2. Bureau in that State t j ex The Mississippi journals are much exercised
.
''art-e3.: flee"\letteii"Ras and Is scene of shooting with mu< \\\Qf'
.Upon the death of Col. GEORGE T.V A. the :!i rwlrvi x3'e ziZies bavte beensttkken' ist.. But the Senate disagreed to this furiously, but were oide.ed back( bj'''off! as to who was James E, ATc.he"of

was promoted Lieutenant Colpcel. It : : amendment. The term during which the cers. They obej ed. but came back in the Mississippi nppomu-J' and i confirniC'l ns
the battle of Seven Tines he eared 1: ltvua: vie ale of zl.e itrtvu ban 1 !3ed the i with musket, but was ,
; pievenud.AtolliMon
: iLr up man a '
,;
wound from the effect of which bt' continue till other provision is made
t-t: *: bylaw ; The Raymond Gazette elucidates. the quet-
between the whiles h
\ and bjack ,
}
l.lJtt' Ole' this Jjaiiera. people. But .
!< : ;
the continued 3a Ae. The now is, will the Pies, \
recovered though question at one faience :a33 atdere is td 11\ "political millen- ..
s..rtite for a considerable) xic* aft*> ideut approve this"bill of abominations'! was n>u hyiV' xcUement.' The officers, ,"Jimes" hvedh for many years in this
,
wards, and subsequently j5 a..rT"QI iaa' .!t.:1, arcs, eary delayed and r. however i ordered all the colored troopsto county;and has relatives here of the first
>la scrzr:ed by t e 'accarse' '* institution! the barracks.!!. The, officers used their respectabilfiy.' ;Jjmts wits educated "nt the
the retired l.Btwith the pay ui rwn.t.et i Tbeev: Order<< of Things. endeavors avoid all diffi..II1alld
best to Noith-married there he Ka-
edvr r 1 Is the pcSSical condition of ; latjie tu
Colonel. "'I, j A riot with bloodshed at Columbus, OA, promised that the citizens should be uu mon about twelve) and 'prttctieedlaty .
i. l years ego
cstu : Sie? or more prvmiting
j- any ;
Col. Puts was a brace n4 tS:SfQ\ !growing out of collision between whit molested. about! one )'.nr. He then Hold the
':tu tatlrewYsss ago?when this Speech another A gentleman, Mr. Sol. Ciew' while hut had fillrn, him b\' inheritance
officer and a most estimable) rt :i a $ citizens and colored soldiers ;f at negroes i to -
was nad IWe walking along quietly at Oman's corner' and removed has
Illinois where lie
to
decease is a public l>{"*aTrawBt, a 3>1 vdil : Charleston: ; S. C., and still ano'her at after the shooting, was knocked down by ,
since resided.i : Iu I SCO 1 I"
read ia the Book cf Revelations "* VMIH' a "arm8111'1'0l't
be deploied by a w.i e'clr"d i aee,' I Knoxville, Tennrs ec, particu1a1shicb: a musket in the hands of a negro soldiei uf the idiual .
r r Uiptiblicun plrt: ,
that Sr. Joss the Divine 'favr Angel -
: an Aftt'rwars'eral shots flied fiomi .
and cqna1ntIUCeI throihc.tit the Sa e. : will: be found in our columns today; were The Gazette cuncluilen fuliows
cone downfixxn Heaven, having the I i he barracks in ink's building. a i .
_. i would l look the "new order of
as though I' the,
If is J'imewe\ would
key cf the bouomlevs lit and a The negroes were confined to' the bar it same to t Iatt>-
great
Terms'of the 'Middle Circuit.We ; thincs" is not working very smoothly] or.. 'racks last night! and ,after set en o'clockall .f er lie Would put himself, down as (nun IlIi-
chain ia lis hand ; and he*laid hold on. the.. 1 Imie, is think thit
satisfactorily, of late. The fpwt'dy.'is wag! quiet. nois. no danger .e ,
are requested by Ks Hawr, Judge the dragon and bound him .a" thousand early removal of the colored troops from MaJorWllrner, formerly of the Naval) a dnituibince' would! itiine between the two
BAKES: to state that the Sp-tc g Terms of years and cast him into the|bottomless ; I' Iron Works,' who wad' walking cm the opposite Stales,; if he were in do: so ,At least, we 11\
the cities and in which: now
towns they are
Court in the Middle Circuit will: 'be held f pit and shut him up and set,hfc seal uponhim'thatheshould side of the street? was sliol.ii the onderwlite. '. for Mis.ia. .l\..ipti.Zi7 i. ,
as follows : : deceive the nations quartered, and where in the opinion of leg bj,a ball fired from one of the Windows .--- .
j the citizens, they are not at all needed. of the barracks: in Bank's building.
Gadsden County 2d Monday ia March I :more till the thousand years should be Will the President apply] the remedy 7 His leg was amputated above the knee a : The Piesident has issued an (lI' er.

Liberty Srd" fclSHed and after that be must be, loosed short lime after, by Dr1. Font d. These restoring ;all\ !lire clru'chgs and p rsoos'l's
.
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i Leon :h" little season" shots were pelfeetly' inexcusable. within. ,the" bounds. { the Bilurn.ie Annual \ ,.
WankuUs" 1st, in Only Thiity-Scvcii t Conference! embraced. ill the Sine ,
Monday
April This is the prediction foreshadowing i {[From the Columbus; Sun: Wednhednr.) ('
J etTerson" ::2Ld CC 'u .. of that moral 'Milleiifuni which a.. Only Wrty-aeren members of the House MORE op THE DISTURBANCE.-Tiene' of Virginia, to..the M.,E, Church, uf, the .
tMadis.on 3rd : of Representatives voted for THA.D. ..gTE'VEi'S' did united States hell: b..r.hnid
large class of Christians, i including; many gro soldier shot on Monday afternoon church' \prior ,
HxmQtontih leamed and able Divines, believes) (very substitute declaring the Southern not die, us'was reported. lie v.'r s to 1861 'This ,(older further' states that !
States no longer iu existence and that struck three times in the arm, nut once I such shall valid
Taylor, 1st Monday after the fourth Mon conscientiously, no doubt. ,) will commence in the body ; and on yesterday, we'l\rl' possession. be until the .
day ia April the wlole South is only conquered ten:; civil! couits shall have determined in
this year or"our Lord 1S66. For told. he was getting along well. Mi. '
.a. :t'1APNIUxUt.E. < .many years U has been under cnfsion- I tory that may be disposed as the majority 'Lindsay was captured"beyond the Opeh- whom, the legal. tale' .vests, .

M. WEST, Esq., has in the, pulpits. of :England;: and. this.country : in Congress pleases.. This, is aometirig ka depot by a squad of negro soldiers.= ;.y .

teen appointed Aged of the Frndnt ns' and,is still, a subject, of .the. highest we admit ;j but it i is of hula] consequence Civil prevented'officers from ell killing us that him the by squad the exer were ; A NEW-. OaDBK.:-The Mayor of Macon, I j

Bureau in this county, by Col. OSBOESE. i mteiest.. We should ceitainly rejoice eiceedmgly in view of the. fact that"w ben i it lions 'ofa, corporal., This 8am..sqn"_ says' the Telegraph, has been sened withan ',

The appointment\ every way an acceptable l to sea the Era of pease and comes to,a direct vote on the reconstruction threatened to kill the 3arshalattd his order from Gen. Biennan, declaung! '

t cne.' Mr. West has been for sometime :good will towards men begi.n.on. earth ]in policy of the President' 'there are Deputy. The'Dtgro soldiers partied Mr that\ (he'foimer \will noUn future. be allowed s
'corner some
Oman's where
L. as far as ,
past in the discharge: of the .duties our day e :' only thirty-seven members or:the.! ehbouts. allege he .was taken by citizens finm to excise"authority! ,in any case in

ef this station, giving great satisfaction But of the da.wn.oqhep
to all having business with the Bureau. turn we discover neither sign i nor promise. eStrurk,0il1. U. S. A, who: bad ariived on ,the JUcon -fieeslmau commit a heinous' offence, he is
the tram that af'tenoun.,: more than once assert to.. he tried by a military commission foi'
To DS sky ,looks darker than at any e. that: after he had/obtained from MrL. ;
.
t CS" The splendid Band of the 7th : former, period of American history.. We The Nashville Union' states that a Tennessee ., his name, he released him and told him petty offenses he is to be tried before an

i Regiment U. S. Infantry, (Regulars,) is are at the mercy of a class of men whose Company. has struck oil at a depth logo:; on about his business,.and its did : agent; tof, the ,Buieau. ,

I entitled to the thanks of our citizens for instincts and purposes forbid the hidul of ouly fifteen rest,. about 'twelve' mile so. ','C I )'" ti'Ma. .
After the confusion, had.,all subsided i
its performances evenings those whom have south of Decatur Flint river. Tht''lftll DAVIS.DI: Craven the medical'
on pleasant geuce of mercy to they on Major Wa"ner'biarted 'up the street with : : .
for the gratification of. the public. l learned to _regard only as personal and flowed iir som time; but' it was' Mr. D, Aifams, home. Major Warner advSer of Jeflerson Davis who has justbeen'musteie'd If I

I I -. public enemies. For those, however, who : found necessary 10 bore deeper, in orderto d'eaml'd'Dot: of 'd ngpr.' When the two 901 pf set eltiop, Tepoils+ 'the '

LATINO THE CoKxsk'Sro: E.-The cornerstone hare faith that the mcral Millenium is S4'I'Ure'l1 pt-TmaneYit ,supply, and mat arrived at Gi ant's' corner three or 'four health of his latu charge ab"excelleot'aird
were died at them from the windows \
:
of first African Methodist Episcopal about to dawn upon us Jn fulfilment of I chinery bas been put in operation,: for,that t guns>f the negr soldiers' barracks; in Bank's says that he is fuirished'with the vatious i

Church on Dnval street, Tallahassee -' the Scriptural Revelation\ is it too much purpose. The, Memphis Oil Company Building. One ball shattered the Major's papers and magazines'; :and! keeps'well'posted : .

was laid on yc.'terdayFebruary 19tb, to believe that Alien' the' Angel 'comes' I have leased land in the>icinity,and sunk right knee, and he instantly fell. As Mr. tn'the 'varioui" 'topics of thl!"day. j

by Rev. ROBERT MEACBAX, who was as- down to bind Satan for a thousand years. a well to'the! depth of 62a feet': A letter; 'Adams moved,off to set assistance; Feve- He is: resigned to his. 'ale'/'whate\ it,"
ral shots tired him. ,
were at Procuring
: >tf. H
sisted by Rev; JAMBS PAGE in laying; the he will bring "great ,chains" with whichto'bindScwx l lately written from that*locality says tbe the assistance; of a !gentleman M,'. Adams may, be'.I. -.5 t., .lk,; "

stone with tbe customary ceremon'es.We .-, 'ER and STEVENS also, and indications ire that petroleum\ exists in earned the Major to 'the Horbach =- .-;::-----..", .: ..rj

h understand! that those engaged in this will never let thembe "loosed" 'again i abundance, and the! ,agenti "of various House, where as staled yes'erday.liis! : leg W: The Houston .,.Trti'graph. ..tsays! J
worthy enterprise with even for "a little to "deceive" the companies are and was amputated abovltbt!' knee. 'Yest..r.day >folonies- emigrants i are
are! meeting good; season, visiting the place buying he was doing welL. The'negroes fired !,t eng/t"brol"g! ,
encouragemect. nations"! and incite to strife and Violence lands preparatory. to *, commencing- upon all who pasted by the barracks. into Texas, from, ,various.,fqnarteis," A,

.:t'" ... and rekindle the flre 'of war 1 1 If'there operations. They shot at Mr. Molt and, made him colony! ,of Poles is beiug'settlej npoiSu..tlie '

RAILROAD ConoL1n tlo .-The! Jack be any whose faith is not sufficiency! ex- hurry away, and cursed bitterly )adi |lauds East'of the, Trinity, 'in i the;,region, +

sonTilV! 'r" m advocates the c+tneolda.. ] ADsire to'f'mhace" flat: .Revelation, we Tbe Cotton TaK. and and called gentleman out; passing"kiH them on their!"''killtheml"way home near Palestine. Colonies, of German* taud '

tion of the Railroads from the St. Johns1 think that a perusal of the following ex-. ,During' the month of January, permits but t did pot fire. They acted as If they ,:colonies! Americans are :being,

River to the 'Gulf, and thinlY that' the tract from Srxu 's receU Speech; 'in were even! to ship 6.061'bal of cotton weie drunk; c blougl.tin from. Xlie Xof thw este'u States;

Stockholders of the Atlantic and Gulf and the Serrate' may. perhaps. bring. :' them up from Columbus, Ga., the tax on which ,Yesterday negro soldiers.were. confined ,- v,-, .", 't- <,- is*, 'v .

tbe fensacola apd Georgia Roads are as to, the marls : amounted to 72.823.! "We should think to the barracks.- UT The ,Kentucky, iegislalnre, has

deeply interested in the proposed x consol- "Th. freedman, though forbearing and the tax:,high enough' as' it is, but the Radicals W President Jonssox i slated toa agajn rrjxltj the Constitutional, Anfeml'' '
I
idala aa are the citizens of Jacksonville flow to anger. will not submit to outrage in Congress say "not. They wart to ment abolishing; a'averr., It hasfca'si." !
prominent member of Congress few .
a days
,nd the State at large. .. aim ays. lIe'.iII mist. Resistance will I : passed resolutions asking for.the removal
....... : be ertll" .el. And here will begin He Irrrala ': ago, that he not otjly considered the Confederate ;
'., t Jeffeisnn of the troops from Oho State the restoration
( m, tear cf reset "reseen by States in the Union bnmore'nhn '
tST The Savanna and Gulf Railroadwill where Goo, in aU his ltnbules: has bone [: ?'The Monticello friend states that on ; Union' than ever beforebecanse their of the Ad"al eorput, and condemning

be reopened on the 'first of next; which'The can tragedy:take pact St with Domingo the nppre&sot.tell! be renewed the 12A instant, Mr. G.' C. NIIWIIIn-. of laws are more.republican. than they ever the Freedinen't ,Bureau. .*>' ,' *

month. This all be acceptable oews to c.. a wider tjiealri witk 'llm&trfentt *-. Madiartn county, in attempting: to get on were W '" -- "

the people] of Middle Florida The Quit e ; It was' the denial Q f ncbu to col 'the train while {ia motion a:Station 4, .. ty' Generals GUIlT, SHEEXAX 'and:

man (Gal, Banner urges that H line! of ored people after excessive promises, 'fell, and the wheels ,passed" over his leg 'jt'' The estate! of ,the late Madame THOMAS are In favor of the! President's
stages be which: paused that fearful it.surrect'ton- CMEI, widow Asos Boas, U now be. re-construction BUTLER
: put on between Qui man. and After various vicissitudes which below the knee. The,limb win amputated policy. BBS and

MonticeHo. F.'a. a distance I.011 of only. 28 tbe rights of citizenship ,vt during conferred by Dr. T: 11 PALM EH and Dr: MADsjr fore the courts in New York, on'an action CARL SCBCEI, sometimes, 'facetiously. .

< .1'I.y # .' I on free. people of color aud then resumed, %> 'Monticelb. ", "'v'f brought Jby Mr. Nelson Chase, in con)one. .termed Generals," are aga-mit'it. n fir"'

". ._ t i the slaves at, last ryt!I' :. .. .' t.ioofllh four of the nephews and nieces '" 'l'o"W ;, .,

W Chaplain If. H.:'Mooas! Slen < . .., tiT.:' ilhe members of, ,Congress from of the (deceased to..test the validity of a' \ A heel. of trust was f iecordt s t:

ia the Lake Cit{ frtut liat'ha.grote: the tT TLe> MilledgevJUe\ lotion, states the B rder" Slates and the cocserative:: will alleged to lave been made by* the Port Wtpr\ Indiana; on Saturday hit
baa
GOT. JEKKIXS
# letter In the New that telegraphed the
JtaSa'SflScSogoi _
f 'York' .. .. ... President,impotiunhzg him&ihe tithe of Republicans are at the head cf a movetneatta -' deceased, awarding'nearly her entire which required $IOOUO worth stampa- j

1.0 : w.tJ"1IpD:1 10 Florida.tie poorer class?fj, hitt I ate people tvbo aieqjiettni: orderly;to orpaniijA nets political party, property to charitable institutions Theestate era It was Railway a'uiorlgajj, to Win.from H.the 5wif lr.Jaua and: Samcel-Souih- .t...

feerle vetnuti the ney o troops fti ta Georgia. s to h called the 'atboaal Union Party." is slue$ at a million! } of rto'lars.! J. Tit,%u, Iwt lbs suns: wf $10,000,000.


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r t. I" t -r'BY;: '- i "- --TELEGRAPH.j_Til' i-- --- ._-- -_ -_- convenience 83NEWfPApnB of subscribers' POSTAGE.who-are For unin.the THE MARKETS.. DRUGS DRUGS! MetCIBBIN & ALLEN

formed as to the present rates of ,
. : SOUTHERN PRESS ASSOCIATION: postage TALLAHASSEE: MARK&'1'.

'S MoaToou BRT. Fl'b. 16.-The Southern on newspapers, we publish the following SHiTiRiib OrrioR WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. '
1
It r.Associated Press met in thin city to-day, from existing regulations] as published by TALLAIIAS5xa, J ln., Feb. 20,1800. \ HAVli' NOW IN STORE

Mr. Clan"ke, the olil President, presiding, the Post Office Department: OOTT N. --..-- 4

and ,1\11'. Williams, us Se.:retary. The Postage on Daily Papers to sub cribel; s In consequence of the depressing Influence of
The handsomestASSORTMENT
41 Constitution referred to a Committee when prepaid quarterly or yenily in advance the accounts of the heavy decline In the New LARGEST STOCK ; Largest and

for revision, and after some discussionthe either at the mailing office 01' office York market,,there were uo sales during the past

Association adjourned till 5 o'clock of delivery, per quarter, 851celltsj i j six week, arid we are, therefore, unable to obtain! any

for a perfect organization. times }per week per quarter, 30 cents ; correct quotations.OBNUJUL!: IIi the State of Georgia.D OF,

-- on Tri-Wetlly papers, per quarter, 15 : IIIHEET.

UNITED STATES::! MARSHAL FORK cents ; for Semi-Weekly quarter ten Flour, per bbl.--.... .................$18 a 20 .
per ......... ---- -- -- ---
I GEORGIA. Duckwlolltl"r bbl _-.......,$18 a $20
cents: ; for ffeeMy per quarter, 5 cents. Hominy, peh'bu8hol....-....-..-........ 1 00 DRY GOODS l lEVER
WAsnwoTOit, Feb. 1C.-Wm J. Dixon, Weekly newspapers (one copy) sent by Corn Meal............................. 1 00
has !been nominated by the President andconfirmed the publisher to actual b9cl.it'ers with Oolleo... ................_..'.... ....... 38 a 40 ItUCS Patent,Meilloini't.M DlC.\ES, Chemical,
Fresh ................... unit PerlumcrinB.Trusses .
Buof .......... Ua JO
by the 8' tiaie as U. S. Marshal in the county whore printed and published Chicken, per pair...................... 75a fiurftlenl! Insttuiuunts, Dye Stuffr,
fur the State Georgia.. free. Kftifs:! pordozen..........-........._..... 80o Flavoring 6.11'1101., &.c", A.O ? OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLOConsisting .
for of fiilohunii
Sole llnlmbolcl'n
I -- Butter, per pound.......................76 a 860Chcrsu. Agent Extract RIDS
:NEW YORK MARKETS. DPATH OF -TIIK OLDEST MAN."-The ..............................?.. lOo | ) SlIr npnrl1lll, Ins Ayqr's St. Domingo Preparation Bitters. Jayuo'sProparatiuae and ,

I NEW YORK, Feb. Iii -The cotton tnarI Portage City, Wisconsin, Register announces S\\OL1'Ollltooo.Irish Pole 0"., pur per barrel bushel-------------..:..u.......75 a 100 7 00 Preparations Rcstoior, IIoofantl'sGerman, Thom[>..on' mid BittersUlook'sHnlr Plmlou's hair .
the death of
I, .."t ken is quiet. Sales. to-day 1,200 bales at veteran of one Joseph hundred Crete And, foityonyeais the aged Onions f.nrdper, Put pound.bll'.rol.$1.......................00...a..25o 800 Preparations PltnilMn and and Toilet all other Artloles t'atuilt, VelrsStrength.Medicines? in part of
43 1 2c. Bacon .... ........ .. cuing be.
which' occurred on the 27th of J au. per pound -- ..:..20 a 25 fore the trade.
; Gold .
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1376,8. Whiskey, 6 CO
per gallon. -----$3 SO u '
nary after a brief illness, at the residence Hides, dry, ............c---------------- 8 a IOu Brown and Bleached Muslios
: of his grand-daughter! ISiisbois, inCaledolliu. llldcs, green---------.. ................ 4 a fie ALSO, ,
NEW YO R K A R K ETS. : ._
t about four miles from Portage
NEW YORK, Feb. U-Cotton is steady I City. During the past year Mr. Cre'.eob'! MACON MARKET The most extcnslw and complete Block uf Jaconet*
at 45 cents for Middlings. tallied woild-\vide OFEICI MAOON TmgoiiArn, ;
I a notoriety through Miicon 101
'. >.15, 1800. \
I tbe on account his extreme Cambric and
newspapers PAINTS
OotTos-Kew York ndvlcen, quoting' tho mar. v
FROM WASHINGTON. ]longevity lIe (vas born near the city of trot still at 46 1-2 cents, had the Viet of reassur ,

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.-The Senate Detroit, in the yea 1725, as shown by the tug but regular dealers that the the demand present decline was Oils.! Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors, Artlnts'! Swiss Muslins

resumed the consideration of the joint tecuids of the Catholic Church of that to that temporary of the previous, though cluy, and, as a was not equal and Painter's( Materials to be found in tiny iac 1 ,
resolution] to amend the Constitution le- city, and was probably] the oldest man iu less cotton woe sold. The sales were consequence very might, lion of the South, and nt prices which. ABdO- k i

al ding I lepiesenlUtftiii[ but took no the world. being only 20 bales. We quote Strict to Good crsLr DEFY COMPETITION.v.: Canton Flannc!
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lUdllng at 35 ceuts.AtJGUSTA
vote. '

The House was engaged with. the contented f 711. !litte Memphis paper nays that MARKET.AIODSTA GLASS. Tickings,
Gen. FUR has left his
election [(E8'r never plantation ,
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]01".14, ISCS.
rfA message lias received by Congress on the Mississippi' and that uo orders COTTON-Tlie market continued unusually dull, Every variety of Olii", French and German .

fioin; ,the l'i evident; ,_embracing! a COIUDlU- have been received for his in rest. elun with markets a downward has had tendency\a most The dcpiusslui decline In efl'uot for and 1'lute double, St.lined.thickness Cut and, Sky Light Glass, tingle Blankets, ,
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nication nom rue fieiicii+ Minister in re'
ATTACK ON: A STE.hIERAbout tho let upon the local innrkut : so much HO tout tmnsao
I luliiui to a proposed international conference tiers are limited to a few small Into, thrown on Cloths and
at Constantinople] on the subject of instant, as the steamer Belfast, on the Tom- the market by parlies In want of money, which Pure French Brandies
the Chule,a. Congiess will considerate biKheevnver, was passing down from Dem- ore slow of sulo at 38 to SOc. fur Strict to Good ,

piopoMlinn.Cnpt. opens to Mobile, wheb nest Bladon Springs, Middling. Ca5slnleres.

.. SemlllfJS has been allowed the Landing, she wax fired, into hy guerillus and CHARLESTON: MARKET. Wines and Whiskies
,
captured.. Tho Bell'jbthnd' 590 bales of
. piiuleaeof cxeielse in the. ;iid of the cot- CiliRLKBTOX, Fob 12, 1JG6.!
) .. Marine Barracks at ton on boar, ,!. Afttrlanding the cotton' in COTTON-There HUH some demand yesterday, For Nfedto'nat purposun; and a largo supply of I
sm.,II lots at different point along] tlhe river but hi cuiipoqncnco of the condition of the money other Liquors for general use Ladies' Dress Goods.
thu bunt was run up a small creek; where the market, the nduintngre wits rather In favor ofbuyers
TEXAS STATE CONVENTION.: and the 'ket eIlHtor.AhuuL: 120 bales
nun
was ai'crctcd. On the 'facts the
learning Bruch Foucher & Co'sLHAMPAGNFS.
GALVESTON Feb. 11 A were sold at 38o for Ordlnarj! 4Bc for loud ,
resolution
-- has military Mobile: Kent out a force in purr MlddllnK. Wo quote : Mtddll'.g to Strict illd54 French -
n lie' u offered In the Convention decl.iih) suit. They ubluined itilonniition which led jllllg to 45c., Good Mlddlliij, 4Uc.ORLEANS Merinos-
that the secession of the Stale was null them to the where .
place the rm:,kailtira "NEW' MARlT.New .

aud void. were secreted The house was surrounded OliLEA.ss Feb. D, lSi',8.COTTOX Bole AgciDii of the only true Imported Brand. English :Merinos .
A resolution doclailng that any, State and the inrrutPi+ captured. Tho boat and In the country, \lz-: Carte D'Or Lao D'OrlInd ,
, has the 1 light to secede, was introduced, all the cotton was recovered end taken to the depiueslng-The, market Inllneni'e opuneil of the this accounts;n'ornlii from!tinder Sllerv,pronounced by all coni.oUtieurft superior *

and a 21101 ion to ]lay on the table lust by Mobila The Register learn that Gen. New York, Irregular! pi,tree, mostly belo v our to uny heretofore lu\ use.Sfucinl Alpacas

a vote of 38 yeas and 45 nays.A Wuodi has convened a mart commission ]last e\enlng'iiquotuilone' which Mere i)7to40u.tor for the American C ,
try Aaroiit Vintage mP'ui -
Ortllnnry 42 to 43o. for Goud (irdinnry+ 44 to
+in Mobile mid that four of the guerillas were 45J, for Low Middling, and 40 to 47 for Middling. )", uud a large Block of their celebrated CMroriiia French
DEFAULTING} BANKER. I to bo tried immediately At a Inter hour the evening+ p'ipers pnhlUhed brands constantly on band. and English Poplins,

NEW YOBK, Feb. 13.-The, FoitiessMuiiioe Now York telegrams of to dllY, coiuiilnliiK Liverpool .
ucuounts to tho 2Qth nit which My special, arrnn oments with Mnnufiicturenalsonimiiio
report" \
; [ cmipspoii'lfiit t of tin II et ald, ELOQUENCE E.tTRAoRDi.N'Aur.- Montgomery decline ot 1.2d. III American ittons, and' 1.4 lo and Importer of the North, and In Europo, wnr. Poil de Cheevers,
states" thitl Mtllaid, a banker of N"I folk, Mail says that one of the poetical 3-41.ln 0Ih.rd.,00rlpllOIl8. After" the appear.nice rant 1110 in not only lI'ullrarloolllg' the .b."lulo
) Las defaulted aud depa+ ted nick jlO.OUU. of these dispatches the mu: 'ket came to a vlandBtlll Purity and Oenuinepaea' of my entire .tock, but
member, of the Alabama Legislature, in a and cloned so completely unsettled aft to put me to sell any of the above mentioned PJain and Fancy
quotations out of the questio'n, Hues of goods ut llm. cost prices-In sums
DE.VTH OP THE BISHOP! OF BOSTOX. debate on the stay law a few days since; lIuc even less thou tranfiportatinn.

BTouix, Feb. 13.-Right Reverend w is happily delivered of the annexed eloquent -- -- ------- ---- -- AllV 001'v

Jiih.i L'. Fll/.pktiick, Bishop of BostDii, preroration : f 3rav; 6\th\ txjtip, men1 0 statementH An examination In every of particular.my prices n!Ill/ sustaiu these

i died Lilt night, nft"i a temporary[ illness, "Mr. Speaker : Is there a man, woman Delaines

h' used fitty-thice jeais.: or child within the sound of my voice, whois FETISH GARDEN SEEDS. .

) i unwilling to save to our people! the pittance> American Delaines
GEORGIA TELEGRAPH .
k
A COLONEL MURDERED BY AXE of left them ? If such ,
r proper y there be, sir, %v. HI WALSH
GILD IN KXOXVltLE.1'ht ,
hn should duwn
to
go posterity, unwept, uu- IT
honored nod unsung He is unfit lo tread pcaLlhpED Fancy Silks,
V( Hanged by the Mob.ICijixvitLE S. E. Cor. Barnard it llrousli toil Sts,
iro the soil of tht free and the brave. A man, MAO ON GEORGIA
,
-- fir, who would 1 1 maliciously and in cool blond In
I SAVANNAH, : : (;;EO. great variety,
Feb. 13.-At a sale of I thus oppress the people l Is not tit to live. He DAILY1XD WEEKLy.

+ Ouel iiinpnt' pioperly here to-day, Lieutenant dhiiuld te kicked to death by a juckaddaand fob 6, 1866-tf
.L. Colonel} Dyci late of the First fd like to do it." W1xitr: : 15612aw1 t:sAT
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. Tennessee Citvaly] was slot through the JAS. R. SNEEI) & SA1TL\ BOYKi\T! ,

]team by a ne&io soldier. The Colonel THB COLDEST DAY.-Yesterd.ty wanly' EDJT EDWIN A. HART, ALL PRICES.
: :: :Es.I .
;: bad purchased: some articles at the hale, long odds, the coldest day, not only of this .
mid on !going! to, pay for"' them, was setuon but of anv other since the .uiemoru- ATTORNEY AT LAW
ordered to bland back, and bluiultaueously bin winter, of !1535 and '31The '. 'EIDS OF .SUBSCRIPTION! : ,

.. l shot. nitrcnry Pally Edition, per IInn11l11.u..............$12 bo MADISON" FLA. Cloths
.. fell as low us 12 dcgrcn, and bteiything Weekly Edition,pur annum...--. .-_--.... 4 01 and Cassiinercs
Soon after ward a lame crowd gatbernd ihe weather
f exposed was frozen st'lf' Subscriptions received for the dally for less than priiiitlce In the Courts of the Middle
in front ot tin military headquarters and The water in pitchers became thick lop; a year at the same rate WILL Circuit.FobruaivlS \
demanded the ,pei sou of the negro aol- even where there hid been tires during a 1806.: 47'fCLACKSMITHINC IN GREAT VARIETY .

dler- good foi'tioli of the night. Tiio water qTiK JTKW, PROPRIETORS of tho Telegraph
After tlll+ding him the crowd hung him pipes +lo our engine were clogged ;with ice Jare re >lvert to spare no latmr or cxpenne to HATS AND CAPS,
make it the I.EADINO 1'AI'EIl of the etatiIf -,
to the blanch of a t tree until dead.
l' soon after our pres.a put in motion and not of the South. In.nddnton to its regular
a The greitest excitement pi evails. hot waier+ poured upon them only seemed corps of editors-\vho are; men of much experience H. B. FITTS & CO. BOOTS AND SHOES > '
and well and fivorably known In the ,
-a.LITER .--- to give: them coming 81 W..IIIIS a lining of
South-we have employed able correspondents
now prepared to execute every deacrip.
.' FROM EUROPE.ARRIVAL the frozen /fluid The Consequence was, most of I he IcmlliiL' points interest, such usWuhhlngton ARE of
our machinery came to a stand,still+ before Sow Yolk, Tails, Liverpool &c. : HARDWARE, \
BLACKSMITHINO
half the edition was worked off. LEADING FEATDRB. 3!
OF THE BREMEN.4M In the best manner and an low as ?
.
We learn there
.' was much difficulty in The ]lending feiituro In the Tel graph will be tho coot of material, A-o., will admit uf. 'Lucyhave / CROCKERY,
1p.llinglhe'lucomotivl'd on our railroads to Its dpiotiuii III the rights, interests and fooling_ secured the service ot some of the .
NEW YORK, Feb. 11.-The steamship work ,'und most of the trallls left considerably of Georgia! and her stricken si Bremen has arrived with Liverpool dales behind tuna.-Macon Telegraph nth.J25TMr would lift them up from the valley of humiliation BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. Tin Ware, <&c. &0.

to 'the SUt. ,exhort thorn ton forgelfnlni'Sd of the past, Those who may favor u. w|ih their patronage
(except its glories,) and nerve their arms for tho will hn guaranteed entire satlflfantion.IPtTSho .
The Liverpool, cotton market war dull Julian presented a bill in Congress arduous struggles of the future
the Pest Ufioe.
,with a tendency downaid. Sales of two ; which extended the !benefits of the new Feb. 3,186U nearly-trPRIVATE opposite .I> ", ; ...
days,117,000 bales., I Homestead[ bill, granting COMMERCIAL DEPAttTME.NT.Tlie .
pro emotion cijrhtiiu v1r:a..OCEn.tmu:: :.
'. <:"Consols: ] ., 86a87 18. !Five-Twenties! eel tain Southern SiaUs to eJm"n''to commercial department of tho Telegraph BOARDING. :.

..66 14. pardoned rebels," ]Ni n. will receive spticlul attention. Dally reports 111 FLOUR '
At the endof! the reading !Mr. Thud. Stevens be (liven of all the leading' markets of the Union "!\ R-t. .T. II. ALSTOX Is prepared to ncoom- '
< together with a full weekly re\nw| of tltelocntmarket .YL modate fifteen or twenty day boarders, at ; % ".
C .}'UOU"MEXICO who had imperfectly heard it, inquired ; while on the arrival of evoiy steamer her residence near the Uethount! Church, In this
who the author was. Upon being told, European political and commercial accounts will city \She is also prepared to entertain transient SUGAR- ..' .* *
he ejaculated something which sounded be given. In this respect, WA hope to offer such customers. Every care and attention will bt n
advitntngrs as will make the Telegraph an Indiapunaublo given to the comfort of the guest. tta'Te
LETTER FROM PRESIDENT JUAREZ. ''
vastly like "damn him, with u mure peofane vl.lior to the counting-room of every Jan. 30-1m TOBACCO cfce. &0.
c ,
: and tradesman.
prefix.'The' merchant ---' -
NEW YORK, Feb. J3.-.The Tribune Education; ,Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts ,\ *
will be fostered a. the true sources of all national A, J. PEELER,
' publishes a letter from President Juarezto Mexican Times,of January 13th, Slid individual prosperity,' Powder, Shot'and PercarionCaps. .

. ; a friend in this country. lIe says that announces the- arrival in the city of Mexico ATTORNEY AT LAW .
'the enemy Is comsimiing his last lesour- of Gen. J, A. Early : C. C, Clute and fund- TILE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. I

-ces, and his forces ale becoming demur.alued Iy, Georgia ; IJI'> L, b. Hnssell Charleston, The proprietors take a special pride in presenting TALLAHASSEE FLOBIDA. ,

He Is very hopeful the iepub- S. C. Senor Schmlly and wife, do 5 Cul.ii their weekly edition to the public. It Office up Stain over the State Bank.
cause in Mexico and that contains eight pnll"\ >, or Hfij-slx columns, almost -
lican .
sa\s I.T
Doughm, Virginia K"OfBoe hours I'rowa, m to 1 and
exclusively of reading mutter, In each number, p m.
without the necessity( of the United States and in point of typography: and general appeui from 2 to 6 p. m. Wines & Liquors
taking any part in the war, they will beI I WThe 'Standard" unlu.tund that ina allojll It without a rlvul at the tioiuh. Specimenqumbort Octobers* -binAdtniniytratrh's ,
: able tti ubtain'the definite t'iumph of the lute letter received in Jackson, from Judge scut by I\Inlllo all Applicants. -- -- .

cause of national independence. The attitude Sharkey he peakY quite discouragingly usu Address all communications on business to Notle. .
'
assumed by the government of the the prospect of tile Southern members+ WM. A. REID & CO., SIX months and after vouohorsas date I Administratrix will, pre.ont';of)' the Re The largest Stock in the State
,
United States' has put great moral: support ) of Congress being; received, Thejud0'e: in Proprietors, &.0., Macon entitle of I'. M. White, to Ihe honorable ,Indie of .

to the republican( cause In Mexico.Maximilian .- now expected h<..llllll.I February 15,1866.____ 47-tf Jfrobnte Leon oounty for.. fhmr sotllement CONSISTING 01!
\ has now not the slightest Idea I and ask for iflsobargo. E. M irillTp,

f of vacating the so called throne. !I "So you are going to teach a school," I PRINTING MATERIAL Jan 18,1866-8m Adin-z. WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN CHAMPAGNE

The Hei aid's] Mexican correspondent I said a young lady to sooner her old maiden aunt. I offor for sale, FOR OASJ, the following articles P B, BROKAW'S ,-PORT,.SII EflRY AND'
"W I'll for than do thU:
part,
tays that while in theviciniy of Vera, my at CLARET
I[ would marry a widower with nine chi,. WINES COCKTAIL -
f
Ouz there wall great commercial '
appearance
dtea. One-half Manufacturers' Prices LIVERY AND SALE AND STOMACH
,, activity, there is little reality, ,
nearly all the merchandise: living being ". I should prefer that life myself," was WASHINGTON HAND PRESS, size No. BITTERS, S c., &c.IlVTh .

for the-French portion of tbe Imperial the quiet rep yj; "but where is the widow 3, lu !good order. '
. merchants of Florida
One WASIUNGi'ON' HAND FRt6SfJi No are respectfully
army, Immense ''supplies of ordnance erl1'A 2. In excellent order. Stables, !fJff requested to examine our stock:

Mores recently arrived here have been lady, a regular] shopper, who 2 2101bs.Olb.. BKEVIKK.IA>NO i'KIMEK, .' >, before deciding to purchase New York

"t forwarded_ the. ,capital. had made an ,unfortunate nlerk] tumble 400 Ibs. SMALL PICA. as we will duplicate all bill$ at New York
.. over all the stockings iu the 'store, ooected 12 fynts.11)13 TYPE.v TALLAHASSEE FlA prices .th r8b)' eavirg, them time and
female clerk has just received 20 fonts DISPLAY 'J't PE.CIlASES. ;
3ir.\ an freIght.
that none were long enough.
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Appointment In the Internal I Reveliue BuTC4Q "'I want," said she, "the 'longest. hose NIHJKE. DASHEd, and In fact RULES everything, LEAPS necessary, FUR. ,i AL30CARR W"J'osWrsly no goods Bold at retail

i who was in the Treasury Department that are made." .t in getting out* paper twice the size of the AGES, BUGGIES, W1CO.SQ1RXESS

of the Confederate ?tate until the /all of "rfbep, madam' ," Will the reply' "you'd- Bentlnel"W.. A BHOBEK_ I .tNI D FOR 511r: :;, i McKihbin' & Allen

KiohmuuJ. better appU it tine :cat :-a>ut house.a + -,
Proprietor rinnd BcDtlnol Ltaahss.es )in 5. 1'MS' .tt 1 I' 1 !\lir.tfi

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MY WIFE AND CHILD. Dreaming, on Wedding The, Galleries of Congress :
it WHOLESALE% MD RETAIL S1'QUit'7't":
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'e ., T n''ERiL. lf ;TOX .'-irAt.t" JAO.IOII. fake' The Washington correspondent of "

WIU1TBN-: IN 18fl3. A bachelor editor out West, who the Macon Teleyrophwrites on the ,
had received from the1 fair hand of a Oth : --- ---- .
Tim Inlloil beat", tbo lights urn gone, f
. The camp nround In uluinbur lies, ride: a piece of wedding cake to Tho intolerable stench emitted by '

The And night 1 Had,with iinomiv autumn thonglilii paco .Hi-Inn move, on, dream on, thus' gives the result of his the negroes in the galleries becameat (fQ W c .A m sO@ w
1 think of thro, oh, di-areal 0110 1WhiiHO I experience : last so offensive, that in the Sen- . ':
life halli bleat, .
love my onrly \Vo it under shut
our pillow ,
Of then mid him,mir baby ann, put ate a rule has been adopted .which ,tWI
Who iluinbrra on thy gontlu\ I hron.t(. our eyes' sweetly us' an infant blessed requires them to confine their pres- ItKSFECTFULLY JIMFOHM OUR TIllKNUS THAT WE HAVE >

y, god nf the lender, hnvnr near with nn easy conscience' and snored ence to two tof the galleries. 'These OPENED A ... ,
To her wboMi waiHiful oyo I I. wit ; The of dreams
god
Tim inolhoi, wife-the doubly' ilwir-' prodigiously. two are on either side of the gallery WmIQ&m( &m tt1IaI0 It6 PIIh3: 'it])I L6 .
touched us' and lo in It'
And olieer her rlte yul.&ow gently fancy occupied by the diplomatic '.- .
whlln nlin kneel bufnre Thy Throne, corps.The
Uh,, leiieh her, Rulor 01 I ho Bkli'i": we were married Never was a little .remainder of the Senate galleries) At the Old Stand In TnllnhnMci,where we are prepared to supply cuntoner with all kinds o
No h'IIr'J Ie '?,oI'IIO Them unknown, editor so' hnppy., It was "my love," is fortunatel free from their : .
No hair U lout, nu npuprow w "dearest, "sweetest, ringing in our ence. Dry I

That Thou eniml cloy the rntblptn hand ears every moment. Oh J that the It is not however in the Houseof g
dark dlin'ime and nuotho III so ,
Uf ,
Thntotily by'1'hy.torn rninninnd Yuln; dream had broken off here. But no I Representatives. Here, they HATS & CAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND .
The h.HI,,'. lofil, the clan may
) .
I' HuJdliT Some evil genius) put it into the head !
be said to the
T\y duy,by nltthl-In Joy or won- monopolize galleries, '
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Hy fvara opprommt.or hoiio* beguiled"From of our plucky to have pudding for. to the exclusion of almost everybody .'

Oh,uvory Clod 111roll\I Uiuwr,'every my wits tae und, child l1 I IF.UIKK dinner,just to please her lord. else. The gallery opposite I the Speaker A.t.tho 'Lowo1s.t On.sh Prl.oosror: Oa.sh or I

.. -- .--1- I In a hungry dream wo sat down to the longest gallery of the four, COTTON". I
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SkitMONS. -'rhoOl'm! n dinner. Well, the pudding moment seating about 450 persons, is' crowded ;
tbo'late arrived, and a huge slice almost with them day, The "poor tlnvlnx! .pitnlillihcd brunch of our home In Now Turk, we are prepared (10 Turulrb Goods of nil .
of every
delivered at the funeral obscured from sight the plate before kinds, In any qunullty, on the Bliortert notice mid tbo most ndvniif nguou* ttfrjnD. ,
lobe 11. Minturn Escj.. by the UcvDr. white. trash" get along is well as! '-

Muhlcu el'g, is said to have been us. they can, in the two smaller galleriesat Cash Advances, Made on Cotton Shipped to
"My dear, said we, fondly, "did
the two ends of the hall, and in
I the shortest on record, though sevc .
l'al1'0! recorded with as few words. you make this ?1" the. other two !smaller ones, at each HODCKISS SCOTT $ CO.
"Yes, my love-hm't it nice ?I" ,
side of the
He\ read, ,for his tot, the words of Reporter's gallery, be- \
"Glorious the best bread
pudding
Micah "Ie hath shown hind the i.Speaker.jtf"The: TEST 'Y03't.B' : :.
:
'Ihol'roplict!'
I ever tasted in my life !I'"Plum ----- Tnllfthnmop, Jnn 9,1806-ly .
lice, 0 man, what is good ; nail; ._._ .
pudding\ ducky, suggested Jackson Mississippianstates -- ---
\\ hat doth the Lord require} of thee, my wife. that ,Yo M. Picket's fine plan- PEN. & GEORGIA RAILROAD Emporium of Varieties
hut to do justly, and love mercy,
,
"Oh dearest
bread
no, ]pudding tation on Big Black liver, 2,240
and to walk humbly with thy"God i" I was always fond of 'em." acres, fine steam gin, jiogs, cattle, .If 1f V.,{ .." ...

And I then lidded : "So inn UK. "Call Hint bread pudding !I" exclaimed corn, fcc., has been sold for $20,000 _0_

One sermon,: having the stone nlm'her my wife, while her lips slightly in gold Another plantation of 2-, CHANGE OF 'SCHEDULE.TALUIIABS.B. WM. T. SLUSSElt, \

of words" but more let'I''M! curled with contempt. 200 acres, near Calhoun station, with Jim. 16, 1300. T A. r. Ij A. :JIA H H.E K, :F'I..A.,

once }preached I the Irish Dean Kirwan. "Certainly, my dear-reckon I've full supply of 'olock, meat &c.. sold 0.. and after tlii. don ate. the Train

lie was pressed, while suti'ering had enough at the Sherwood House for & 5OOO in gold. The company run dully the lie riMimtcoln follow:and Uourgiu Kallru will Copper, Tin and} "

from a severo cold, to preach; t II to know breAd pudding, my love, by that purchased these plantations: EASTWARD. SHEET IRON JUAMTFAt'TDRER: : >

charity sermon in St.Peter's Church, all cleans." have also leased several other8"andintend Ixn\e Qntnrv at-------------------- 4.30 A. tr. .
Airlvo at TnllnliiiiMvi'. at. 6.80: ". -
f Dublin, for tho benefit of the orphan "11l1s1:a 1\1 1 !-this is I'ellllytoo bad to sub-]let to emigrants, from Leave TnllHhnMco nt. 7.00 KALKH IK
school. The AnlvonlMmilMjiiat..11.00 "
children of the parish --plum puddingis twice as hard to the North, who will settle on the l.wno Mmlloon nt._........11.80 "
church was crowded to suffocation, make ,as bread pudding, and is more land and farm at their own expense. Arrlviul .ut Lake Coy al.. .3.0'1'' M. English, French and Domestic -.

find! the good Dean, on mounting the expensive, and i is a great deal better WEST A lu). Goods,

pulpit, and announcing his text\ pointed I hay this is plum pudding! fir!I" ink Ex-President Pierce delivered an Arrive t.cnvel.nko M M.iilivjn City. ut nt....Vi20 1.30 A.1'. M.M.
with his baud to tho children in Leave Mndliraii" ut...12.60 Plain, Fancy &! Japanned Ware,
wife's brow
my pretty Hushed with address a few days ago before, the .nrrlxi' lit Tnllnhawwo at.........._. 4 BO "
I the aisle, and simply said, "There excitement. New Hampshire Democratic Convention I.pnvuTull. +lins"e nl................ 6.00 "

they are" The collection. cxcccdci "My love, my !sweet, my dear love," endorsing President John- Arrl\entJu1ncynt! ST. MARKS.TRAIN.Leaa 0.30 STOVE HEADQUARTERS. .

;all belief. exclaimed we, soothingly, "do not gciangry. son's animal message, and saying he .TnllnhusRoc at.....*.... 730 A. ti. A largo and handsome variety! of
who to
f It was Dean Swift was T o\lrlw..t St. Marks nt. 8.15 '!
it
and giving am sure is very good, i iit if was pleased to greet as co-workers in Leave bl. Stark HI.o.._.--.._....ll'.OO M.
preach a charity sermon ; : is bread pudding." a'noble cause all men who desire ArrivitntTnlliilimmuout.6. P, M. COOKING STOVES .
out his text, "lie that hath )pity 01 "Y 011 mean low wretch I IWllnlf nn hour will bo given un the arrival ,
fiercely the immediate restoration of the
of the care nt million for Dinner, going from I I
the )poor lendeth to the Lord, then'added : replied my wife, in higher tone, Southern States to their civil rights, I ,lid coining tills i\uy. CombiningSIIEKT
"If like tho ec'111'ity".Iown A lion" of KtnproB' between Qiilnoy ISalnbrlilgcand
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: you "you know it's plum pudding. and who arc willing to join in saving I Albanv, mud het worn Monticollu and Tlium* I : HlOX
with the dust. I "Then ma'am it's I MEVlllo. *tft connect with tl1l' trnlim.R. .
so meanly put whatever may be saved, for the prosperity HOUSTOUN,
together and so badly burned, that of our common country.It Jan. M, 1SHO-If I'rmldent. I A1U-TIGIIT,
BEAUTIKCL THOUGHT.< : -A writer, the devil himself wouldn't know it, .. .

whose life has passed its meridian I toll you, madam, most distinctly! appears from an official statement Hodgkiss, Scott & Co, llUX\XD (Ii

thins eloquently discourses upon the and niphatically, that it is bread, pWding that the total number of men who Aif
COMMISSION MERCHANTS PARLOR COOKING STOVES;
speedy flight of'timc : and the meanest kind at that. have received respectively four hun- ,

'Forty years once seemed a Ions "It is plum pudding,' shrieked ni}' dred dollars, three hundred dollars, NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. A tiinmieil in n neat and! din I able] man

and weary pilgrimage: to make. It wife, as she hurled a glass of claretin : or one hundred dollars bounty dur- ,Thou. H. 110 ikl.luIO of Ilmnlwlton ItiotlorB, ner. They can lie' shipped to any part nf

now seems but a step and yet along my face, the glass itself tapping. ing the war, was one million !seen G.BalUmoro W. Scott,of arm of O. "'. Soott t Co.,Tnllnposer. the l', I'E8 country and ELBOWS with perfect fcts. :STOVE;
broken shrines where Ii the claret from i hundred{ constantly on Uml.
the are my nose. and thirty thousand, three
way D. II. Piiolo, of firm of Poolo\ ft Hubbitt Bulnliild Unldoorunk-J'iii' Hoofing, (Jniieitit" -
thousand hopes wasted into ashes;i' "Bread pudding! !" gasped we, hundred and forty.: Amounting in p, tI... down Pipes. Oiniiinental Mouse '

footprints sacred under their drifting pluck to the last, and grasped a roasted the aggregate: to nearly three hundred \V. O. 1'oolu, Flu., of arm of G. \V. Scott i ('0", Tnl.lulmttAwe ]lends, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Liacl.fjf .

dust green mounds where the grass is chicken by the left leg. and one million and tlJlUn.. 1 : Shop- woik of every description.
freshwith should not forget.'e I "Plum !I' above the dyed thousand dollars. done on slioil noiice.;
we pudding rose Special nltuution given to the unlit of all kind of I

will garner the sunshine of those year, din as I had a distinct perception of SOUTHERN PRODUCE, IKTotioiiSJ.WOODKN : .

1 .uul.with chastened steps and hope feeling two plates smashed across my The London Times publishes an I "
and to the purcbn and ulilpineiit of
push on toward the twinkling where head. extract from a letter of Gen. Sherman WAIIK.WILLOW :. .

tbe'waters arc still, and the storms "Bread pudding wo groaned ina to a friend in London, dated Household and Plantation Goods, TOYS WAKE, .' .

never beat." rage as the chicken left our hand Jan. 2d,saying : "You need not be Ware's, Implements, t'llBISTMAS, FIES\TS{ :'* '.

1 -.-. and flying: with swift wine across the under any apprehensions as to cotton I Of every description on linnd. Call nail

Two OF THEM.-The Galveston' table,landed in madam's bosom. for I saw'enough on a recent trip MACHINERY; &0. examine before put chabillV cNrwlieie.Kov. t

Bulletin, concludes an article on the "Plum pudding !I" rebounded the South to satisfy me that nearly all 7,18li5-f1m .

subject of Mexico by saying : war cry from the enemy, as the gravy the cotton land is clear and ready REFERENCES: \ SOUT1IKU1V EXPORT'--". .
Currier it Co., New York.
Menus
"If Barnum wishes to engage one dish took us where we had been for the plough and will be growing 1. L, Moore, Urtffln, In.lr AND .

of the greatest humbugs of the world, depositing a part of our dinner, anda cotton this year." ] ant Orooin, MoiHsouiery, AlII.! IMPORT "
A. H and, Macon, On. COMPANY
,
let' him secure the Mexican "Jlepub- plate of beets lauded upon our 1':. Bund, Maoon, On..Inn. "1
". white! vest."Bread U- An exchange states that O. VVbllfleld, Demopollt, Ala. .
lie \\'m. tally, I'rejidi'Ut ainto Hank of Flolldn,
Mr. Sumner will introduce bill in '
On his 'Di\ckhe might add muchto pudding forever, shoutedwe : a Tnl' luhaecee. ('OM!ANY I I. now orsanl! >d and wJ .
his collection way by going to Nash- in defiance, dodging the soup tureen the Senate in a few days ordering iinnv'1't",,.lUltlinore.. }o:. Ilnmbolton, Yree. lid. Fire In.. Com TIns prepnred wako llbrrul u ,alle... uii < I

' \ille, and taking a model of the and falling beneath its contents. that the Wliite House be painted M. 24-lf Cotton and other

present government of..:Tcnncssce., 'Tluui pudding !r' yelled the amia- black. Its present color he thinksan PKATOEIUS & CLARK IJroducc.toon.llIllI'd ,. ..
inuslt to that race"which
*
-lylMal.( % ble spouse ; noticing our misfortune, "gallant toour'Agent In Liverpool.] The pit.:" '* .
sha determined to keep u* down by kept the Confederates from enl \uu! e ofL'oUollln I.horpnolla from CO to fi4 > '- ,

jt2TrA,widow in Drayton, : Ohio, piling upon our head the dishes withno knocking it down with cannon balls :MEKCHAXT' TAILORS, M eenli to *per 1.3: pound ecnl for for good 1\0001Iolll l'plondCotlOIl.Blldlrom'Cotton In (lold.-'"

was snapped by a: stranger: married gentle hand. Then in rapid succession during the war. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, cqulrtilrnt"'e R III advance In currency.olle-Lalflt. value In Guld or .ll.. '. .

r Ullid! abandoned an less followed the war-cries. Tlum We lullclt order for good.from Ih..1I1.'ro1lOIIII ,
'24 hours. Quick country.tlie !' she Too BAD.-A man who was sentenced CONSTANTLY ON 1IAM and rjanter. The*trlett>,t attention paid lo the:
than shrieked
pudding with every to be visited his Kiii Kale a largo and varied utortmom of nnvlli-m order. for good. trout Kngluiid: France'
.
-s hung
,,"1'St. dish. was by and Uerman "
wife, who said : "My dear, would! GENTLEMENS CLOTHING KIC'HARD! F. FLOYD,Fre.ldent, '
"Bread pudding in smothered ,.
; JackHon\llle Florida.;
in :Cincinnati rcliniuishcd
;ur.man": you like the children to see you }:. T. Pace, Agent, I.lMTntxil, England. j' .'.
tones from the
( all claim to his for $500,' ply. ,Then came it up was 'plum pudding pile in re in executed ?" "No," replied he. "That.s ALSO, I J.Nov.'1'. lo litBMnptgent-3m TullaliMi, Flu. '. .

down and signed.1papert to that ef rapid succession the last just like you," said she, "for you .
,
cry grow Cloths Saddle Harness and '
fect. never wanted tho children to have Carriage .
__ feebler till
ing just as I can distinctly

X 5"Tho Louisville Journal thinksit recollect it had grown to a whis any enjoyment"tSrBrigharn. Cassin.crcs ESTABLISHMENTS!' '), '. C

is'a bad tiling for ,an old man when per. Tlum pudding' resounded like : Young has been \. .

his head is silvery and his pocket thunder, followed: by a tremendous made/ a forlorn widower enty-eight Vestlngs.Xeck ''.',; ..'.'. ..

i iiu't. crash as my wife leaped upon the Ilinve jimt rorrlrril a lurgennorU.. ?
times his ol Uood ,
during conjugal experience *,coulml>.j of -- *" "t
pilo",vith'her delicate feet, and com his ,," k"V, ..
jCjTTho prisons in Richmond are menced jumping and down when He endures many oercavements. Ties, (leutlemrn'i and Ladlei. Saddles; ,.4 .", :
up ,
with tho fortitude of a Dahomey }'"Double and Single Haracu, 4. '
to be greatly enlarged: to accommodate thank heaven we awoke, and thus chief. One hundred Itrldlri, Collar aud \w-Alp.. 4fa, : .
and eighty-five/ "
the numerous. black,convicts. saved our life.( "We shall never Suspenders, h'addlo Cloth. ;'i* ."
comforters Hhoe Fludlnir of '.
still .
'j are spared to him. evry deierintioa .
dream wedding cake leather. of all kind,
jkjjrlYmccss Helena becauseher againthat's emeu's Hose & Travelling Satchel .' 'I
pouts the moral. (.Ynt I :( and Trank s
muuulwIll not let her be married '-. General Lee is at his daughter'sresidence addle. and lIarn..Uardwarf\. ,. i"_,:. _.' ," .
Carriage Trimming, 4.
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until next Juuc.ltiTYaricgateJ at Georgetown. In spite Geutloraen' garment cut and nuideinfiuh.lonable Wagon and Buggy Hub, ." rd;. "',.. .
It i is currently\ reported in diplomatic of his desire to remain quiet, he receives style and luprrior manuur.tf Buggy !;afu, !'. )noke* and Rim*,'' :" .
.
Store urxt to T. 11. Talum'* Buggy Aile. '
and
hair i ii flShio'uablo"with Spring, .. .. !);
circles in deal
Washington that the a great of attention and October S4-tf $W' t tw awe

Washington ladies. .... : \ wife of the Italian Minister has recently many marks of attachment and respect ; CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES ta't

been paid fifty thousand dollars I. W. H WHITNER, *.. $ .
jC rFred. Douglass is said to avoid -. -. of every"; di'.crlptlon, 'a K. JArtoQ ,f\'o.;' .
,'by order of the Quartermaster I' ATTORNEY AT LAW Machine Belting. , <1c 4.... ,.
common.negro society* ? AVashing- General, for- property? destroyed be- A band of Js'ew York thieves putout ,r ," di-Work made' to order and-..l\rpilrlog. gone.. with r, .
s "
ton. i her an while! she the lights on a Brooklyn JlADlSOS, FLORIDA. )
tore marriage, :{| was ferry Agent for, WhelerVUoi't aid Do..o'a' .

;t Illinois has just 'mealed- ,tbcttiicluUoahein a sympathizer! algid. residentof : boat, robbed all the pa..sengc.1s and WILL.rRACTICEJN-Middle Circuit. COURTS OK E"'J\GnACln"ES.J' ',.E.I'LIIDT." r r r;', ,",

\ on'record. \atcbez'liastssippi. escaped with the plunder. :)cc. :IJ, 1roS-tf:: 'l'aUa".ouro Oct ;&- (


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