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 22, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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VOL.. I. TALLAHASSEE) THURSDAY,, FEB.: '22, 18 GB. ,NO. 50.<

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hc ii 1V ;hlf! cn1: n t outlet is an: Island} upon which a son r rand' one.Ilussian, j just secured\ in New \ built chiefly Conglomerate te, shell constant i that, i in the shade here one

of the Hori/John C. Calhoun took up York, as tenants and '.laborers, bound and sand stone. I sutfers less from heat than in .Philadclphia.

*, Id PCBUSHKD RORRYTtirstlayTliursdayand his abode 'some yenrs';ago. On ,either for the Elchelbcrger cotton planta'' They are generally two stories high,' Twenty miles higher'still ,

side of the river,' ,and in the into- i tins: near Ocala East Florida.Some .- and built open to admit the sea breeze, on the westbank of the St. 'Johns, is

Saturday: .; nor, 'arc many: productive lands) ; negroes: 01 the boat look with being surrounded with balconies and the' urihin'g! ) port Pilatka. If is

:.> ..' "T TALLAHASSEE. < ,. ti.ORWA'. which- although not. so ; generally I a jealous eye upqnthi! rivalfyi; ; as laborers ,piazzas.Among!. important shipping point;, and has

.N. rich' as those of Mississippi or Louisiana and 'wish'to"ktjow."what dem: the buildings l was an cx- a considerable trade. The streets

1'cnL'IS; yet from 'the more, Southern people coino way herelur.V'Their '\ tensiv'e'nl\nnerlntilt, in the Spanish ar6' admirably shaded with' the

}Vr Annum,...,._.._..............?.._..}(0 00( greater variety of productions than J1Ilhwa'l, $10, and\ th'etice :!to. Pilatka ture.: It has since been prof neJyoccupied ding gardens are very extensive and
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For Six i 01 Unitca $6- barracks for soldiets much delicious fruit the cul-
Dingle Copti-i......................-.......-... 10( any other part of' the' States, only $16 for bringing .good laborers as a : produce ,
,./> .....'A*> ...*/%....X*.......> S X- .N:V*: and from the'inthic'nce of the djnccllt from New York to Florida, to The town is pleasantly: ] shaded with' ture' of which is found very profitable
KATES Of ADVERTISING' Gulf Stream! and girdled by the ocean: replace the idle ric'groes.They evergreen trees, and 'at the1 Centre,in': arid pleasant Implo! ment.. A'groveof

: .' and gulf, it i'l ''lells4 subject to. extremes seem very'well contented' arid delighted ,. the,old Spanish style, i is! the grand 500 :orango trees, well managed,
'. .TO IB PAID riR It ADTAXOi : of heat and sudden changesof to have exchanged, the cold plaza, a: fine.opon square, or rather will bring from $10,000 to '$12,000.;

One iiunre, (12 N"n('':"roJlllnr) ,) nr !I...,'fur thtBrat weather: than Southern "|'Texa .-"" winter of the North for J weather\ a I little park of several!! acres boundedon Orange Springs, 25. miles from' Pi-

h"nb lnrerthn.J"j.fqtient Innertlon ....'...........: '1 17 ocK.if (! The river is well', navigable to EnterpvNe i in January." *' the.north, south and west respecJ' latka were much frequently by invalids --

nivno &* trrili, '.\lent ftdverttrvmenu, steamers of Jight draft may,run 130 ''But return to otir rtver. On Episcopal'Church'and' 'Co.urt'. llotisc.: ', ag'ain. There are' no.hiCl'h mountains \
'xcepl; ,Notice of DUiiilfiiloit: ; AtlrolnUlratnr -* miles!! iiirther'into'Lake, Washington.. the bank we here is Mandaiin 'l'he"qnarc., i is ornaiiionted w'ith.oaks,' l land tf rugged cliffs along the ''river,
a cozy
far which tliu charge ahull. \>e.t 18'O( Near its {source, only, half'a milewide : ? contains a .monument1 nearly but its scenery is nevertheless: contin-
Ohttii-iry; ;, S uttc," 'urrd Tribute of'' 1e.perl'ehnrrednendt'ertt.emuute. l hamlet, antl"further on is Magnolia,
.* which "was i
it widens fo"rty't'eet ejected bv
at its mouth, ''. out to the 'seat'( while short high' ually varying.
: ; ': three and l five 'miles ''between Jack: I II' aferward county' our1! Clay fast boat; glides s'up the,Spanish colonists of the sixteenth The banana is cultivated here very
above that ly century 11' of their ncv' One bunch bf that delicious'
I' Fonville and Pilatka-arid to the little port of Picolata [Indian memory: constitutin. successfully. -
/ THE.SENTINEL guts so.narrow'you. Tay'nlmo I fruit weighed 'pcfundA: .
point : ) name for river ferry] This is a queer ,
Ii the n"";')' paper 4n Florida t that' in puhllnhrc' I; jump from' the'steamer to'either old the rqad fromTallaha'see pASTLE P'iST.' MARKS. TO.FARMERS'AKD LAND 8 E 1t.ATORI'I.
village, on military
three Urai'J tlieri'fotvHfrord lu'nub.crl
weuk,xnrt [ '
) I | >on( the roHcllt-iU manes of'olitixliilnir tin?tea. slibre'nnd, is very deep' ; then againit : to the 'rcoast/-'IIere the This is 'noble lstrucSnrc,, established Are you anxious for cheap land,

teat'uewi, by' telogrspFp( and tnai r,' nnd full ;': spreads'outinto: ; a succession of Spanish settlers of the sixteenth centu- at. great expense, for 'the defense there is still much here that -can be

1'"rt..r tIle "low York and Southern: J! Markets, lakes. ., ., ry'built: a fort with 'u lofty tower to of the port;requiring' many years had at Government price and many

I Jtt will nUd (flvn full repor.s of 'Ibo prorppdiuFaof ; '!. Our good: l boat, commanded by protect themselves from the: hostile to complete it, arid wits built ...upon an large l estates destitute labor( which
lliu r.etI: <\\IIturo The Sfliitliiul!:I In fiirnUhed to Captain Ingrahatn'; hag been lately be
rented and
r..I'I/. / ; :Seminoles:; and to which,they! might approved plan, by the best military can cheaply; bring
I' ubnorlbpra it cha lam-it Ilvinif ; put :upon'.the'line; and runs'betweenSavannalHind retire if the English should drive engineers of,the pl\nish.s'ervic .' from SOO.to 300 poundsdfSea Island
; Tilatka, on 'the St. I the which commands '
them from their settlement on the AXECDOTE OF THE K;YQ_OF SPAIN: cotton tt acre,
Jon I'UI XTING.tn Johns (ninety miles fromJts mouth,) coast. The fortress was! built of tes I. '"It i is said in when th'oKifig's over double the price! of the ordinary -
cnniiftlon'with the Sivitlni'l!, we 'haven >uy touching Jacksonville, and there taceous stone brought from tho-Island vMississippi cotton; and, ,-believe,
Prime Minister
: rlnrrnnd varied rusurtrnont,ofnpw JnMiifisMitlcrlul ( connects'with the system of railroads of.Anastasia.1Ierc: presented' a 'now sells I for Si 20t.o'Sl, 30 per'lb.! ;
I, and\ 'nrn prepared exrr'ate every Ii> leading the interior of 'Florida"; I bill for fnrthcr ,appropl'iations tb'eiJtend (
ipto. On the boat there several partie
number of ; are
ffeHpiitMi;' of work In tint line, with nr Ktnot M and a our passenger ; the work; that the, monarch
a...,,"malt., Al I.i. on hllll.t a fiiio t.rwtni., 'nL'ol the Gulf of Mexico: ; and! Southwestern took stage for St. Augustine, sixteen I /asked him to ascend with'him'ah observatory of New England and New York men,

Ink .fur prlntli, In colors.. Orilern'by mull 01, Georgia.' Heretofore 'Florida hasheeualmost miles distant, preferring t.n's route tc J ; and took ,vho: arc in quest of lands in sugar
over tho.ipijace'
tpre, I"' CHK aro :iR.trtiv. n. the prpcent high\ coat of start the people' of the ''Southern States, 'direct' and the of this a long look with his tclescoprttowardthe : Marion, Madison, Jefferson4nd
tii*'.*rl tli I : \h mr and llvfnc;' ? will nilmlt. i.f, nnd err, simply' because' it was\ :out 'ot'' their missing scenery' west ;; being; asked what, he .vastlohig Leon counties being generally considered -
'OJ'I'V! tho Jiicr, tend rates which rule! In oihiMJilll't beautiful. river, which 'never gets he replied, 'I nni.l looking for
.. ... way to the' great, rushing! expanding monotonous. the most fertile and best improved -
f ht imbueCurrr.pondence has
<> that 'castle which cost somuch
Sontli: Few seemed to know of her great sections of the State. Again
\V continually mp'inlor ? "
= ? passing treasure.: It"was finally completed
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important resources; vast I.'xtent.lnd wild ducks which afford\ in the lower part of the State, is a.
; andgeese
[ :Sew Tort Xcw ] in 1716, and is [ an object of
/ I her healthful;.cnmatc. True deal "of fine covered
really fine to the gentlemen who havt! grout prairie,
sport interest military
Jr t SKETCHES OF FLORIDA.'Dnttitig the consumptive! skrinking'ifrofn) i fowling pieces! on the alter deck.- great ,' -especially"to with luxuriant grass, always green

Northern blasts has, long learned to ,Further up the river we-: frequently, men. and tender, and still a part of the
on the St. Johns It fr tr-8umnu expand his'shivering frame andre- UP TIlE ST. JOHNS RIVER. public domain.'
huge sleepy alligators, tloatillg
'Sf'' 'n'/'," in ,JIIII"rtty-O'all1 (';FIQrida-Irnrct ana cruit himself in ''full health on" the on pass the current, and here, ina narrowbend Above Picolata an- hour's rut! BLOCKADE RUXNINO. "

(.V'Ithtl'nrl1"'i.;/'l'fll Nrodr-Emigration., ::i/. AuiimtiHeA'ofthtru to : sandy beach of old St. Augustine ; the wheel house is "crowded brings us' to, the wharf at Orange The coast of Florida and Georgiais

I ('ol'//IiptjL'f.-Spl/lrtl, Huntiny ; but' weak! and friendless, they clingto with passengers engel'.t\'plnck thi Mills,. an extensive lumbering 'estl b.Ii indented! ''with numerous inlets

aitil}finlintStock Railing: -lUiickufa I the ocean's\ brink, and never know overhangingorangcs: from the bough. hrncnt. Here Mr. Cole; an enterprising from the sea, and afforded great fA-

Running. -Tht Lalor Qntttun.ON the mysterious riches of nature! within And now, that, we have sketched this Georgian, a number of years; cilities for escaping embargo. '

BOARD THE HKI.KNGBTTV, ) the interior, the brilliant ,hues and beautiful river, with its,'enchantin since, entered lands in the wilderness Our boat, the Helen Getty, was a

'ST. Jem.vs llivkh. Jan., 1018G.i.JGliding :' i et I'nal'erdure of its! grand r old tor.:. shores and spicy bt eezcs.;. does anyone and' settled his relatives" around ckaJe'runner iri 'Confederate'

ests'teeming'ith\ animal and insectlife think the picture OYl IrawlJ.We .?- him. They, had built handsome service and, under ;the nsitafr of St.
up a beautiful river )into slur the rich lands for the tgarpanl' would earne.stly incitethose: ]" I dwellings: cleared] up rich plantatiohs', Johns, ,used to ply between ''Nassau
this flower land send I
heart ol
the '
'cotton';'rice( tob-icco corn, andsweet gardens and groves,'
footed with consumption or bronchial planted oranges and the southern coast, and a'though(
a hurried sketch" -of the s rnet'Yhicl limit its the war" it of tliemost''charming
you ; and "before was
potatoes'without! land
of flowers
is novel\ indeed to the sight'olone I diseases .to try this : ;; too big'II mark to :dodge the .shells
in the South..
wealth"of! luscious fruits the orange, and around the places !
Northern eliiwc cease to shiver cough like some of the rest, her fine speed
lately, fipm a snow-covered, citron, lemon, olives, banana, limA i anthracite grate in your close chambers Sobii after ''the Federals' occupied availed] her in'tho i 'chase. She was,
and' :accustomed and peaches, shaddocks Jacksonville; they sent lip an;expedition -
figs, pineapple, steamer 'or railroad
and 'the roar of \winter but takb a : however;finally hemmed in and captured
nrth to *
in endless the mills
% and the va- thence destroy and'"they
'. grape to Savannah, and the Helen near Savannah. She wii's then

.,stonn"Iii ceder'. fully to realize the scenery -' riety. 'I Getty will bring iorl in! twenty'! hour ransacked these lovelyh6mes"carryintj taken' North and sold, ostensibly! togo
For ;ft tang') time population ha,* into this favorite' zone. Here you off' or breaking' up nearly' everything to vtScotia, but was so well
shores 'must
along yoif tho hostile Indians 'of1' value. The houses and
bcen'keptoutby it isyour ;
that the thermometer is st.nW41 must court the balmy sunshine"; suited forthe business .of blockade
know in their morasses and everglade, ; life, grounds were never defaced, and Southern
I I.> ing this noon': "at 81 degrees, and a ended nerves, your strength/your looks like runningbeing of origin,
the quarrel the now an
and i, by slavery: ( horseback place even
shitics'outof soft Ital-. Hunting and fishing, ruling on she could not get over her rebel pro-
. bright sun !must a at last,,) and then simply- because ; the weeds are alive,with deer,,, Eden. The ''steamer touched here, clivities, and was fitted out again,
ii\nosky.: You forget' your fashion) Cole and 'a I '
here not the and' landed. Col. largo
emigration1, was and feathered
;j [ her -name and the
turkeys squirrels game changed began
hells and the skaters in Ct"rii
sleigh far behind hersisters ofhandsome furniture, tore-
this State has the numerous rivers and clear lakes amount old business.! Since the war, she has
tral(Park, and Conceive? of a balmy 'i in the race. fish than I place what wits ruiued, and took on a
'with the siuel'lof and ponds have more ever been running''in' the line between t
Mouth wind freighted and .
of -
ficH'er\'a.nll groves and E IGR'ATol TO FLORIDA. saw before, and are KO transparent. rich cargo Savannah and the St.- Johns, leaving.
; here \was
green woodsjof( : the orange pin and live oak, but already has there been a that you mayoften: see them! ,at ybui Col.'Cole who-officer now resides of the' United/ Savannah every Saturday, .it 10 A.M. .
an 'old
army ,
: The hook below, or'see 'to take : for'Pilatka and returning from
tilled with the music of birds.. stimulus to emigration enterprising fortyjiecti' < Statcs and when the war broke'out, ,
everlasting\ Yankee has ,them with a'., dipnet'Attached to ii / Jacksonvilu at 4 A. M. o'n Tuesdays,
The St. Johns designated hy..somc -the Southern service -
old Friinch explorers as 'Le. Grande;" commenced' another invasion thesepeaceful long pole,*whileyou sail over their 'resigned and to became enter the chief quartermaster via Fernandina; St_, Mary's and Darien. -
looks too"much
and with his steam hcadn It'only .
noble) river'river! risingin 'thegreat'Soutliern shores, Gen. R. E.Lee. .
i is a the stall'of
and" engine and It1lT.b r-lleling: soul fully cold-blooded'JDnrJ r., ,Around, your upon, I In our next we propose to describe
( \ \ everglade, re- had last met him theoffice
We in
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several tributaries in the work, is making-- thesequiet skifl 'are flocks of waterfowl) which Western Florida and) a bear hunt on
important American .
ceiving' of1 the Kmigrant '
I ICompanY'lLt If
current, flows woods ring 'with the din. of his liaw' are bfteriso plentiful an'd.little'bunt- : the Suwannee. ,YoursVIUGINIUS./
with a deep, placid New York last Sumuer,
northward into the) ocean near'' theSouthern and brash\ of the felled li..o.oak. ;'pino ed, that they come'to ,you in' new h'o.was ; I' .
: where taking! measures to
I reload .
I fast as can your --- '
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boundary of" Georgia.\ TheE ana ,cypress..Others an supply their plantations swithwhite
'Old Indian name of the stream is i! \Ve- too.in numbers, arc'bnying I ;un.. labor.: This seems to be the,.settl dplll'pose AFRICAN FIlANCIERINo.-The Indianapolis

taka, river -of lakes,;and it ill,,"' for up the orange'groves, bringing new OLD ST.. AVGUSTIE. } ofmost of the planters.; I Herald says the ,dignitaries -
miles above Pilatka literally a anti improved' varieties of tropical! who have I ofh African church in that
many This is tho oldest town' in the Uni have met in Florida many
chain of hikes.; Lakes ...George.Jef fruit, planting fresh cuttings, and ted'States, and was settled by the other' arral1gem nts for the present, city some time ago purchased ,a lot

Tcrson, Monroe, ; Ilarncy and./others; 'even procuring,others that We belong to Spaniards 1562. It is situated al are determined to get whites as.soon f on" Tennessee street, ostensibly' for
. generally beautiful sheets a more northern climate. saw'a creeks NorthRiver them but few the purpose of erecting a church upon
These are the junction j of two small as they can procure ;,
with green Islands !Sew Yorker who had bought a i is 'in- it. AS soon as it was known in
of water, gemmed : and Matanzas. The'latter] ,, can afford to' incur the expense of I
abounding in, lemon and orange stock farm where cheep. had has, been in fact, an 'arm of the sea,'cutting oftA.na'stasia porting them now,' the neighborhood, it created a lively
-groves, .and often: fringed with a successfully reared just Island from tho mainland,, The cultivation of fruit hero re- sensation among the ,property holJors. -

,l dense growth, of sugar cane and live brought a large from lot New of York improyed and tad through this inlet vessels of light quires littlo labor, and those who prefer Tho real 'estate malcontents

oak or' towering cypress. Lake Spanish merinos craft come up from? tht'sea. Over to raise cotton and :sugar cano. growled "consumedly. The" Africans

George, about thirty miles above Ph Ohio to 'stock his prairie all the farm.- tho bar'there is only. eight feet can get along very well in'midsum- laid 1 low and kept "dark, 'untilfinallytbe

]latka, is about twenty miles long by These will eat green'grass year water at high tide.' -The town''' has mer by working throe "or four hours neighbors made 'up $ bonus
of the diseasesof
fifteen in breadth, and,m the enchanting round, free from many arid will flourish Pared better than most'of 'thei ports in the 'early morning, and resting of $1,000'to b'e donated to'the
of its) be the Northern States, has still 1 P. church if they would build it in'l somrother !
loveliness scenery may like their native luring the war; a ,popula- fr.oni 10 A, Muntil.3J M'theycan
said to rival 'its namesakeamong the in climate tion of over four thousand. It is then finish a good dayT work in place, "The' proposition WI"

I hills of Saratoga.-' The river.,' here Spain Amongthe passengers on iriefly'debcribed ;' Regularly laid out,,. tho aftern on. The brcxSes from !accepted, and 't the church will .hebuilt
the 'south the Helen Getty ,\Vi have about and the .'hu ocean the fri t : over the i"anil/ ,
... enters the lake from tand. and jut street 'nitrrow e' either; the or gulf are v
Germans,| Irish Hungarians, '
passes out at the north Near: the forty

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ri.t tt ltf t.diutt in the Senate and, TaAD'StB'" I Within a week, alLer the Jackson Judging; from the proceedings. in"'Congress That moat excellent! and judicioiii; ; piper,

'VEK'S In the House, 'ethe, leaders of ,be I (Miss.) Clarion announced!, \ I It as "no'lon on the 8th", the great Navy Yard of the New -York Journal of Commerce

j 1 -- Radical party In Congress, and exhibit a ger a secret that, our able Senators are the Sooth or,of.the:Gulf, and probably as loirnda; a loud Dote of alarm iu the'lubj'o)neJ'article.

., TALLAHASSEE : hatred and venom toward the whIte peo. remaining In Washington City at the earnest Important in' one as 'the Government has, It declare that' there i I. moire danger -

THUESDAY.'FEBBTIARY' .22, 1866.t pIe of this section 'that would better .become solicitation ,of the President,"'Gen. Is' to be condemned" and abandoned because : to the perpetuity of the Government\ .

t .. -L.- :- T- ---,* fiends. What can ,be the cause of ALcoa, one of the' Senators' aforesaid, the Radicals .)In Congress have decreed from tbe'w it.! schemes and reckicus and .

this 1 Is It from Jove of the': negro' t 1 If passed through .Vkksbnrg on his way that no; public"money !{shall be ex headlong course,of 'tle'radio.'I"' majority ia

Agent for The Sentinel. so, why do_they not elevate.him in' their: home,, and authorized d the .Vlcksburg pended lu, the,South il it. can possibly be Congress, thaif there was, from'the civil war

., Mr. D.IL. WIMOJT, at Quincy.' own midst 1 1 It ida;; In part be charged Herald to give 'It as his ,opinion, that norepresentatives' avoided.- We'quote tbe',, deb' ate. and de-. itself; and 'It suggest popular,movements at
THO AS JUKIIIS, at ,Madison: I from the South will' be cision of the House jf possible to overcome and
Mr & OAKLET,Jacksonville. to policy, but there are other causes'' ;no : once, ;arrest the
Co"'J: srs.DRKW.' TLORa'.' Fernandina.V" doubt operating thi". distinguished admitted'this session, ,and .whenever' A motion was made to strike out the ruinous career of the agitators : "

1; ::' a. Mr.C. E. JOBBSOS, atMontcello., "The (great Mr. Suookii''ho ; can take the test oath.; He regards the'radical ant's Yard.quarters" at". the' Pensacola Nary resting on Mr. Johnson are no lens heavy
:, ''Mr. W. L. STROMAK, at Centreville., \\ bad tie! fuse with Brook," than those which were on Mr. Lincoln. Noris
I s .... element In Congress to be In the Mr., Washburn hoped .that the NavyYard ; the condition of the
he doubt remembers with feelings of country more''Ilfo
no ,
; 'Ascendant and fully bent,on keeping outho' will not be r.built.Only ''one vessel than it' was when Mr; Lincoln I'Bd'' been
t vF 'Nothe.-Durlng'lbe: absence of the bndL j.- bitter malignity, the part be! pjayed, or Southern Representatives until the had been built there, and ,that was a one year in the Presidential '_chair. This

tinned, the kuiinMs of the Sentinel Offlde Jill bad played,upon him, in that !'fuss..)' the most complete failure j and finally it had assertion may seem'startling, but' it isa

.( be conducted by.Mr. J. M. PotT, Editor, In As. for STEVES. ', we, notice': that" In' an legislation which is to govern South' to be brought to Washington:' to be patch. conclusion forced upon the cartful otnervrrby
for the next decade is completed.. Un ed million of dollars. He
charge'v up, co.tlnloie/: the manifest
stale affairs.There
4 our
appropriation of 8900OCH[) asked :>(,Congress -!
'" Wl.L A. EOBE1Lt i did either this the ,
want to
;, f ,t', der'' these circumstances Gen. ALCORN not see yard or was a common expression' three
t ,:.Talh basae, Feb. 10, 1S68. I by Pennsylvania, for repelling rebel -. thought it would be' 'needless for him to : Norfolk'.Yard rebuilt. There-wereothe, "the life of the nation i ia'.in danger." ago lie

# ---- invasion, his, (STEVE.VS') iron .mill,: destroy and better, navy: yards, where ,vessels; greatly errs'-who imagines that the
remain longr'at the seat of.Govern could be built and better than iii
any: : cheaper ,
;: first ell by the invaders is generously re- dangers threatening national existence
I "\:\ The letter from. Florida or.our II' ) are
that latitude.
4 ... of" the Sow nienabered. It i is doubt'flolU the ruins ment, and. he has. retarded.' those which are visible in war. Even in the ..
no >II! ,
t i + by a correspondent : "Mr* KnsMon'replied that his 'was, not a
-a page, ...
I heat of a great civil strife there b..
of this mil! that -"Old Tu AD" the Pensacola Navy may r
Voik lirir.will well repay perusal. grinds out questionof rebuilding
Daily Trouble in the West.ffhe more hope for the future than in the aspect
his wrath the South. What Yard.. Much of it was iu operation-
<, !! --- Brains: a .. ,'" which the political strife gives to a people.
"ttf3T l\ .' : Col. HOTSTOUS advertises.for/ sale spectacle for two.mm in such high andrepoasible 'farmers of the West are in' trouble This was simply a shall question be made as to.whe'ibe to give There leans\! hope 'of saving the'republio if
of ton seed positions to be influenced again.-.--The! market price of all kftidJ\ ,of' the schemes of the President's opponents
,i\ several .hundred bushels by ( the executive officers suitable. quarters iuVibich
ur. now successful: than there has been
\in much below' what it du' ot
his plantation of the best arid mosi private( and, personal feelings against a produce was ; to,reside., time
.ft, ton 'any since 1861., The dangers beforeus
.-'.< {prolific) species. whole people, in.their'' capacity-; legisjiaiors ring the war, and taxes t, press heavily;. APPROPRIATION STRICKEN: OUT: are greater than the dangers w} have

V< :r4fc' '. fur the country ij while manufactured giodswere, never so 'Mr. Ingersoll offered an amendment to passed through., v "

J '"'.* NOTES STATS BASKS Co the ne2' % But as Bill Arp 'advised the- ladies,on cosily i But the chief grievance 'of the strike out- the item of$109,618 fqr repair,: Il is marvelous that there.dn be,'then ina
OF '
: of all kinds.i! euu'ntry'like. thin, so blind l ns nut to see the
farmers is the of demnn'ded
.t*. page will be found the later s12o? talesvj ,ata important and 'delicate subject, to "be high rate wages Mr. Rogers would like to know tiiejab, : direction in'which the;;.rlldi"lIl.le'.dera'

:< of the notes ef Banks of Alabama;; G o5 *- e-Jittn and iteren "-so \\ e advise out peo-- by farm hands ; twenty and twentyfire ject of striking out all these appropriations dragging!;! I ihe'countvy": Assuinina that they

.Jj[5 gia and Sonth Carolina. II i pie at large; 'The reign! of these men can- dollars a month and found, ,is; now unless it was that 'this Navy' 'Yard ant that rulers' they propose to'make' new

| not last alweVs.Public asked .by, the sanie ;'h lfJ"'who,were)glad waslocated, in a Southern Stole There laws and a uew republic of their own sort,
'' in the United States trampling with absolute rutlili the
Jllars was no Navy.'Yaid' B.IUPSB on
_. to work for twelve before the w ar
Tan CBATTAHOOCHSS: RocTsl! -1 :\)- which required \ appropriations ,so' .Inuch, wichc'l and opinions| of those w'tlisauno!
Stables inc Lands In' the' South.A This last exaction has"lnce lsed' the far- HIP PensRCola.1': ; t6 i with them oblivious of'.the ( .
Doss WriLAEfl, at bis Livery ; : as Ji; was as necessary! net that 'tht-y

:'.... >. Quincy' is: prepared at alt times to accommodate bill has pa.'sed. the House of Representatives -- merssOmucb,. that they are ,holding: ; indignation have Navy iTardSj in the1 South 'as'in the I represent minority''of the, people" ; they
foe meetings and passing lesolu- North, looking to the protection of the propose 'fuudans ntah chnngi's". in the ConBtitutimu -
travellers bound the Cbatta- '; : by a ,-vote': 115 to 29i; whichpresides lions the laborers"The! entire country ia case' we should hereafter I' ,; regardless of thus prirtciple of 1I11 -of

hoochM, with hacksbtrggies. &-=." pNtpt that*from and flee the passageof against secret of bf involved in a_foielgn war:-; .It wasnar, tunl ngreeineiit, on which alone our ,constitutions -

ly'and on the most reosonalill) : totrml.- the Act, i'd the Public i Lands: in lie the matter seems to be that a'great many, row minded, prejudice which Avould prevent i depend for 'iLcir force.:'vitality and
disbanded soldiers :settling at "the legislation to the front The President
are South
protect : enduring irengtli. (onsets --
See his advertisementsV States of Alabama, Miss!!!ipri, Louisiana .
,. I South,'or are making their way, to the being overrun by a' foreign enemy; because the great dangers'whieh, 'threaten'the;
Arkansas and Florida: shall be disposed ofa.ccocilin5toCtiestipcIaioti5 Territories to better their fortunes: she has just Emerged-from the re; nation. He is no longer" sustained by tho
:, TBS :22i: > or Jasa-trAaT-TH.B BIKTH of the HQm bellio1,. Maximilian I is about to giro up leaflets of the party which elected him, but '
4 ,\ DATOJ Gaoas-a WU.iIIfur'tiou

.the 13-Jti .!nn 'IIersllIT of the! birth of the: (II:'act t6< secure tomeiteadj to, actual: settlers George; Ratiri'oit's Oration. should a war with France or- England.! 'we Alf should this of the voters in lh.it. party there is 1110
unfortunately happen doubt.There is no need ut drawing
Iia tI!!*FitIieeo nis-countrj.1 W/e ia not sup- on the public JoTni'n1 and tie act Tile -Telegraph' / reports- than, George be ready to'meet the combined poweis of lilies itt'such a time ; the men who, are .for

".\1'f; 'pose thattfflur is pauriatasnienoa;ftjfef. sappI ni atarT thereto, apPfo'le.lI.'c Bancroft: m his C'llll'raloratioll' on'President -' Europe Therefore'' he was; in favor of tan: Untuu pro for the J'1' .ioenl! ,Tlicsu

in the cuunts-j-> house tflo par generally ; I$':31:,', 1854 ;j; bat with; this reatricSoo+ that Ll:*COLS; said : putting/ the country m a'cUlIIpl le coudPLion who are against on the prpi-ent qnentions -
to enforce"thc_ pnt+ ers., ,_ are ut "the life of the "
"States' would have left striking ant on.
honon- which us RI't'not.
oc unanllnIl11llTr",as i in shortM! I no* entry shall be made fur more thaI a 'it' of the, utmost
brought back as conquered 'States, Mr. Thayer safe was They '\re not truilurs, ,' fur they ha \ P' the
and in.tile better dugs of tile BapoBficsBai.we. ''i j aaJffqiaai'tetrseefeujarojr" acres: and that chould .
ed was ; ; for then we should hold them only so consequence we preserveHi right 10' think and to nuts intelligent
nnduratanaltHaJ I tUati tne taa'tt said States'sbai! Navy Yard at. Pensacoln. It was the point Aniericins but
: ; iu'mnILe' ptiQITe: : in : long as that conquest could be maintained. ; they are no less eni-mii-e

meats lava been, maJii. BY the milfiark\ I u>dlsposeiiofirn) noot&ar manner: after They come to their- rightful places which defended the Gulf of.Mexico, aui. their country limn, if they were gUilty of IiC-
under the Constitution original Suites 10 which ships must resort for ret\ airs nncsiivplies. lust treason. :Stiangely: :: enough tln-y 'Ill'tie
:. as ,
tttnoriUnsB! n.rllroroI'm lixrtn Mar"G'en; IlIIiw pIlBHl1<.ns'ef the ad!.= eviiiithat no It kind of policy
and inseparable members of the Union.We .- \ was a crazy tel!! men w.ho, four yeiiraug urged
.FOST.B! : ,to lira i SI \lt.I.U.?, }dlStiirciun o.nillHtcimfuItW1+ ? : shall be made build monument* to the dead, but uo which \\ (,uld abandon the only' :\'aYard. Mr Lincoln to Imprison Northern men mid -";.

..., li ntlio.'CunBtruct3 n .ifftltTi: .:1 a on account monuments to victory."' in the Gulf which was capable of' affording suppreas the Southern ni-wtpuin-iu fur o i-

f T Tae :Sinannan.:! : Hvraffc states.thatt !offntos? or aulbr"aapti'nm l11inet :il land The allusion to Mr. Lixcoi-x'a wish defense, to the United Stales iu thatquarter posing his policy which opposition they d.--

the Directors of the Suvnunahj &u GTulfiRaHrooil jSlisirUeflialilenUojanuTau! seUJiiGHHii only three. before his death, that'thteleclive > Mr. Pike expressed his views) on the doing dared vastly to b"lr inure..ou.harm and, to they the, are Pre-idem'n ln-d-ty\ '

baTe determined: to rsiajytllB ;dl>rr i i nrf'isi oiim, franchise: should be conferred on' subject He was 'against rebuilding, the plans and policy for Die aalvatitin of tli..

iron en. the brand: Kiad: cnnnmuinftatt | B"t>forooLlireV'ollt'wmtcltern": JIr.Jct.iANwrio ;' the very intelligent of .the colored men,, Poi ,acola" Navy 'Yard. He did no), )iutpnd union than all the Demotnits i Its( the i 1-mJ, J
Live Oak, FILL" wittti tllif EansannlmaudJ | )ihtt-niUtDndI? Liinbill1, read, K statement and ,'those of them who served-the to be alarmed: by. the statement ut': , OQ the gentleman as to will: France and Eu:; ,
Georgia IIII1d'\,'a:1sledIIXIIL)) pumible.-. siiawinpfrtlialt: : there,.ana! rb the five above cause as \ielcliersJut' bhbuld be lone by1 land .Wf'1 e duing.:' 4 .of(, critical; they danger are doing when:! this the at fortune u mum umlpfdsperily sit

I Inmnndi3ina1iaiini S\a.'i&:\! : 'forty-iix millions, the States themselves; and' that he never I; ', Mr. Washbui IIP ot. Illinois btTered"auamendment ;, of\he wholeunuutry! sic iii stakf.

,. :FIBS At! 3PALACnnCnLATHIr: 'fjltincCemnwnwealt ): !iffmrrh'uiiiiVttitl fiQnuaaad acres, of. land,' harbored'the thought of exacting il'from' which for was the agreed to, approrialinJ It in beginiiiiig' to be tune lor men who
$20,000' pieaervatioiof
of Tuesday\ ; atatef.tlln.tL onlifoo/rCmitSafwIifctj: lands is improved'' Viand by 'Mr. Johnson to my to, Vthatevtr
: I,1 I a'new government, as a condition. :'it siecognition the provel ty. at the Pcnsaouhi! Navy were their former reluttuns.1e
letter has beearecuivedi tiers fSom. 'm- Uhif Bill! extends the of party HUJfrul -
:g merely privileges : vu ith applause; Yard.-- ,
was greeted
; ", the.idea of an ekprtWmu of the views
tleman at Apalachicola? gfiihir ihtelliigence ;- i j!file: II
; of destruction' by fir*aff aBouitt! >' CTPOSITIOX'TO GERMAN EJNGRATIOS, TO, Festiuiivist'.' to'; lie, ,"CriisliedOutV' of party.l.|. .
e 500 bales of cot ton lying,on. th* wharves, ,I 3lxr rd Traffic, in IVegrocs.T& TllE'S ocTn.-The Geimaus at'Ciuciunat / "' *'* :I '-- '-

of that city on; the Iftb insl caasei! tiysparks following paragraph' has been telegraphed are'.violeutly l 'opposed i.to" perniittiiigheir'{ ; jTlw following intelligence from: Wa,h, LATEST' ''Faoit COLUMBUS, GA.-The' tColumbus

E from' the" 'imofcesUcfc ef t&e all offer the cOlin\d.-T; -, Au- countrymen"to go South under:, contracts'with Juglon under date of the-13th' is said by' Suit, of Saturday, s'ays

steamer Huntsman.. It is snppoaed tote ; deiJou the New. YOI k' papers to be ,leliable : About a dozen negroes: have been
gosia' 'GMititutionaliit, iu publishing'it. planters;, ing'buch contracts Indgvil, in the guard house! accused :((

insured. ,, T remarks r i "It is scarcely 'necessary for us as a' speciesbf slavery. Some'forty such s Mr.. Adams,'the American MiiiiNter, has. stealing{ goods from Cargill ,<& Bro. and
asbured the Uritisli Minister thlL) )the United
9Iadlsoii County Criminal to say that so far as relates,to 'a'steamer, ]laborers were coaxed! off; from the depotihere'tbe.otherday Stated Government is closely watching = Blackmar & Chandler, und watches-trout
leaving Augusta with a cargo of negroes Col'. LEE, late of the acts of the Fenians'and that any residence! All was quiet yes:
7. Court. terday.The uegroeoldiers! are still confined
e for'Cuba, it is.a. ,downrisht f ilsehood :" Gen..-Jos JOUSSTOX'B', staff, has .engaged overt )proceeding of hostility .,would be to' the, barracks, and with he ex-*
This Court held its first lesa'ioD at the ""A correspondent J of the Natiap -writes- ninety Germans liu New York for hi,, prevented. Mr Adams turlher'avers that ception of, a few who appeared to be on

Court House in the county tatMc&day in a letter from Macon, that he has been Arkansas plantation, but he, finds' it :a IjVriianisni: in America is-on'the decline' business, ," were kept out of sight. '
and that it will nbbide. It however "
tbe 19th instant his informed that numerous ;are being -\ j' ,
TISHLMis negroes
honorJndg* ,
hired under false pretenses'and sold mixed', question' whether .be can get them 'it 'bhould last beyond :April( the ALABAMA LKOISLATORE the Sen-
presiding, ad) Capt.W. H.WKITJIEB. I their United Stales Government, will lake the 14th'I he House IIIJ
into Nero: hired as if to work through Cincinnati'though! ,passages a'e on I preamble and joint
Solicrtor the Court. The docket opened at lumbering in Florida or, Georgiainfact ; I'ald.to .Memphis: necessary'.bteps) to prevent any', further resulutions": a t b01 r.ing Alabama to ac

with ,eight or- ten cases, mostly forlarcf'ny. for work 9f any kind 'BO .distant as = ,i open) ,_conspiracy against England lithe Cl'pt'lgrant of public lands fur the es-
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thorn event-wliich Mr. Adams regards as tablUhment of Agricultural Schools and
.. these white to furnish pretext for taking 911
'Among were two
THE CHARLESTON SAVANNAH RAIL most :: lhe-Fenaim; sending
AND otbef
vessels, are ron' ever to'Cuba"-wherO"l'ur; fQr purpnoeK connected therewith
men, one implicated with negroes in tbe chasers are readily found. ;One'steamer !HOAD.We learn 'from 'the Charleston out'nuy ci msers,' the' United ';)taLes .will was'- pa.Mld.'ri.I:1J"- the 23d inst.:, was

stealing) of cotton. One negro, 'frank fiom Augusta, with a considerable number that' the annual meeting of the legard any such cruisers as pirates.Mr.. 'adopted as a day, for,adjoJrniueuw'A .
Jackson alias Kit was sentenced blacks Capers Addins also, said that if any otflcer'af the '
to re- of these deceived onboard, ; ;
stockholder of the Charleston/and Savannah United Slates army entered iuw 'the'ber.- : petition! ; numerously signed by'the
ceive fore stealing made a trip. to Cuba In three ..weeks.
twenty stripes moneyfrom Several parties in Charleston 'have made Railroad Co. .would l be held In Vice of the so-called "1 euian ''aj' tv" ha members of the Bar throughout the conn-

Mr. Cou,-'a blind roan ''in .tbe sir very profitable'ventures." > Charleston on WednesdayJ; ibe\ 21st iusl.,' would at'onus' be dismissed fi'ouv.the, try asking ihVpardon of John 'A. Camp-

loge of MadwonV He was turned over to .. }, ,United, State 'bel.vic _'i_ *, hall, ex Judge of the Supreme' Court: and
at the, Hall of the CharlfstoDJln'&ufaifca .
the military apriorities, at Monticello, to Co1 ntCT,PP 1TU R1TY.=Iii the Kentucky : Assistant Confederate Secretary1 War,
and Trust Company \vtioufaaVele'ctiouw'ouldtake'place : NEW.'CATBEDBAL', IX.'CHARIESTO.I.-
; was presented to the President a few days
receive his "c mmut tion'"D; in money, .Legislature l a Resolution passed ,
for'President and 12 Right Rev% Bishop Lyscu,1' Catholic, Bibh- ago', I r '
but ten day bard labor i with, ball and both Houses on, the 10th, to appoint ,
: Also prCp slI.1s' will of'Chailesto'o! S. Ci: has made" "
of Director that"' op ; a'- RESTORATION BT'TUE 'R iWUBN'S Be-
ch ln. committee to inform the Governor a
to .... received by the Engineer and Superintendent r'angements which l will shortly! permit him.. BEAU,-The village of Edinzsville/ on the

'Three other negroes'Jim' Thompson statement in the Louisville Journal concerning oft the Road,' ntil the'I'st' ttllIal1h'; to commence 'ihe on lliuct"on' of Ta newnd'elegaut"'church seacoast of,Edibto Island was, on Salur.--
>' .Sidney Brow, and Bob Burrows, were the action of General Fisk in tak- hilt lay.last'rebtort-d by the Freedmen's Buleau -
for the delivery f'2 OOO cross ties uppu'the edifice o'G'o'lhic
it *fined the''sum ,of three hundred dollars ing a prisoner from the'civil ..authorities to William Wlialey-]; Esq./solicitor of ,
Road. style., to lake the'place.of the magnifkenl, the proprietor, J. Evans/ Edings' Esq.r11' .
cases ,were'continued. ,
The other in Mercer county, and placing tim'nnder .
a 'St. l'inbar' Cathedral; \which"was so unfortunately .
The Court meets agaio'on the first Mon. m'litary' guard. The prisoner was a whiteman'who ,
Washington despatch to one 0:
destroyed fil'the'gr at conflagration :, The office 'of. the 'Richmpnd }fiminer
day in Best month. -killed a' negroin: a drunken '
the New York paper fays that there Is. of JStJl. was: closed: a" few'days \1yLlhe
\ ago:
From observations of the proceedings brawl.The: Resolution asks' Governor '
some prospect now of the speedy admission I ". inilitafy'huthoriiy' It'ls"said,1 order b ,
; by f
of tbe Court, we were favorably impressed to, make an}Inquiry, and If he finds of'the Tennessee members. Sere-, GEIf: BUTLEB'S CARD TO'OEN. GRANT. Gen. G 'ln: : <.., '' '

and think tbe appointment of the the statement! correct, ,to request ''the circumstances have transpired within atew'days :-Thq Tribuhe'K Washington special gives ,

Judge and Solicitor good. President to Instantly remove Oeri. Fibk the following as'Lh 'true reading of the
indicative of such a result., t3T ThoItalian' Opera; (Strakosch
and William Qoodloe, his assista'n'fromoffice .- pard returned 'by Gt>n. Butler to General Company,) is in tull.1Jlast'Rt Macon; and a

-. W The Supreme Court of this State. ;;and .band them over to_ the civil GEK. W, J. HABDBB.-It is stated that. Grant's carte de invitation tb'bU reception! t I drawing: large houses" nexTweek' at Co- I

held its session for the'Eastern Judicial authorities. ,of Kentucky' for trial l,- this gallant! and accomplished soldier has "Qer.. Butler has the honor to decline ]uubus.E2T t
Circuit at Jacksogville the 12th lust. the invitation of Lieut. Gen. Grant.! Gen.
on -
been elected President of the great' Ala-
is ne' Butler has now no desire for .
Chief Justice DcPosT,and Associate Justice 'ti r' It & that there was a bam Railroad whose line further ac General LEE at
Company, e): quaintance) ]a", Georgetown.
BAKES'prf'senlio eases were'J presented protracted Cabinet meeting oa the 10th, tends from Selma to Meridian D. C.i'Is the guest of his former Ward, the

for hmig. Resolotiona'Jpf! l#l'e-: a:which tbenF/eed'ujeus'! .Bueau' bill was a w ,The statement that the recent I wife of the Spanish Secretary of Legation:

for I lions. discussed J. B. Hooo. This convocation of Generals at Washington '- ,
spect the.meuaoriesaof .zW_ ..A: aj,great length. There seems GBB." { ; .- gallant soldier, \

FoawsanTRo' ,. : sae BAITZELI: and S..L! .to be a.. prevailingaImpresslon that theFreaident i sod popular,gentleman, says .!J.be! Picayune was for the'IUrpOSe' of taking i steps to try ;' W... The'LeRiblatures! : "M rYland"

BCBEITT, were passed, and ordered tq be, I will return the bill Ib Congressfor bas formed a mercantile connection ;Jzvrtxiov: DAVIT by Military Cooitnis. Alabama and Virginia, have lately pu ed'l '

cprfd upon the uiimUercTf) \ the'Court. gtndifcat on, before ha;wi 1:Ign!: !it. with a weaTthyhoue: ia New- 'Orleans*.' ,'' ion. is autboritativflv. -coat adicted. esoiutions'endorein. Ptetident'Jouxsos f :
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A ,- .We copy Too the following Officious.sensible article COMMERCIAL.' DRUGS !. DRUGS Ir McKlBBIN & 'ALLEN

.. .. i LATER FIIOM EUROPE.ARRIVAL from the Columbus (Ga.) Sun Its remarks .
v are applicable to people In other, WHOLESALE AND ,RETAIL.
.OF" THE CITY OF LONDON. communities than Columbus, and we are SAVANNAS, Fob 16, 1866. S V

1II The markets during the pmt week have been -- -- ---- -- -
< < glad to see a rebuke administered these .
to ,
: '
StILL extremely dull and but few
COTtON DECLINING.; transaction! are to
., -. I (lover-forward and officious charade's: be noticed, with very little! change In quotation The Largest and Handsomest
The money market Is mill\ tight and negotiation LARCEST STOCKIn
NEW YORK, Feb. 17.-The steamship We are informed on unquestioned authority difficult. For BterlhiK,. lltlls, with bills uf

City of London, has arrived with Liverpool that at the breakfast table of one lading attached, 42 premium It the best offering .

dates to the 1st instant. of our hotels, a Northern man, a correspondent 1 price per.cent bight discount Kiohanita; out on of New doors York, la sum,bank to rote suit, the State of Georgia. ASSORTMENT OFDRY

of a New York paper, remarkedto 12 better. i
)t JKETS. purchasers,
Colonel Bogart, the morning; after his CoTToH-Tho market bad Wn greatly depressed ,
Cotton in Liverpool, was dull and de- 'arrival!,, "You may bring as many negro since our last weekly report, owing to the! unfavorable -- '-'- --- -
i dining. Sales of two advice from New York nnd Liverpool, GOODS
> days, 18,000 bales; troops here as you plen'se.'but we have Iud price have fallen with a probability of a
Five-Twentles were quoted at C6 l-2a now 1,200 paroled, Confederate soldiersIn ellll! further decline. The quotations at the closeof TVHIGS, MEDIC' YES, Chemical, ( i iEVElt
66 84. Consols, 86 1.284.4. this section, and they can and will the week are a* follow : ; Jj YutetrtMudtutiie. andPertumurins./ .

There was almost a panic in the Lon take care of all the neproes you can seed" Ordinary............................NomlnaV Flavoring Trusses,Extracts Surgical: 4o.Instruments, Ao. Dye Stuffs., OFFERED FOR .
................ FLORIDA
Low ....
don money market. The remark of had Middling ...... 38 a Hole Agent for ilolmliold1\ Extract of liuchii
., course, the effect to Middling.......................... ...... 40 a 41 ,
OE.TKRAL, NEWS.TLe make Col. B. feel anything but kindly towards Blrlot Middling__...............-..-..-.. 42 a and Sarnapnrilln], .Aror'. ". Domingo Preparation Bitters/ Jnyao'sPreparutloue and1'repnrntluue ,
our citizens, at he no doubt Good Middling......... ..._............ 42 a 43 Hoofland's German Bitti'r ,Clock'
Peruvian steam ram Government bul't: on the Thames forth thought the man lived in CohiiMlms. and Sea: Islands.......... ................. Sial 25 Hair Restorer, Thompson's nnd Plialou'* Hair*

and which Preparation mid Toilet Articles,Wi'll's StrengthcnliiK in
was :
attempting to bully and threaten him. Consisting oi'
was detained, has been allowed to depart From The Smannuh Dully Herald.SATAXXAir Fluster and oil other Patent Medicines be- part

The ram built by Laird; for Peru, i The next thing we hear of will probably WHOLESALE PRICES CURREM.OOIIRBOTKU Cure tho trade. .

which recently left Llvel'poolVI1S at be a long account in some Northern paper wa6KLY.ARTICLae. Brown and Bleached Muslins
I showing the bitterness pnd bad feeling i ,
Brest where it ALSO
was announced, she wouldbe __ J.I.Pea. nUM. I TO. ,
detained until i ol the "rebels" by evidencing the fact .. _
the Spanish Peruvan I that a Citizen of Columbus at hotel BACON Hums.. ....Ib 23IU 28 Jaconet,
f difficulty |Id settled.It a attempted a Tlie moat extensive and l complete Block of

foI, officlnlly' allnounced from Vienna to bully the Commandant of the Shuuldure..lb Hides: .............tbBKKSWAX 2t.II a 18 22 .

that negotiations for the formation of a District. Immense capital will be made .............Ib 40 II PAINTS Cambric, and
of the llutTtH Prime Oo.hcl1..lb 45
out affair. n 48 ,
new corps of volunteers for Mexico, PrimeV..tern..lb!! :i5 a 40
We of the South need such defeudeis
would shortly be brought to a conclusion. no CANDLES, Adllmllutlou..lb 28 a :30 Oils, VaniiHlit'S, French Zinc Colors, ArtlHts' Swiss Muslins
and thank no Northern man to affront Hull's.IbCncnaii 25 a 27 nod Painter's Materials to be found I tn any BOOtlouof ,

It was rumored that the BillMi Parliament I Federal officers iu order to injureour Ooshun, .Ib 22 B :23 the South, and nt prices which Ansul -
citizens. .1'here'is such Extra CI..IlIO..11I 2"J" 25 'T&LY DEFY COMPBTITIOM. Canton Flanue
a thing as
would be &PKed to suspend the Habeas COFFEE, St. Domingo.II) O.. 32
Corpus in order give the Government minding' one's"own business, and Northern lllo.Ib 28 II. 31 :
v correspondents should never theift- Java.HiFianUackoicl 42 14" (LASS #' .r .' '
to deal with :4' Ticklers .
power effectively foreign ,' .
\ selves make capital for their IIWIIIl>tttJl'S. No. t.I'fbbt $ll( 110 u I "
complications.ROW "
\ No.2.h'fbbl gOO u i flUankels
When they attempt the bullying process I II No.1.- 3 XI u. Every ,'"rlotv of Glass, French crud Gorman "
IN THE towards olHceis they, should announce Fiona, Good Ohio-:....._.bbl 10 00 n Plate, 8t ilm-d(', Cut and Sky: Light Qlium' ., TENNESSEE
LEGISLA i their true, character us Northerner, and Uoud Fumily..bblOldinnry. 14 00 u and double thickness. I '
TURE. ...bbl ,
8 73; ,1000.
not leave the imptession that they were QUA-, C'on.bush 1 is u 1/.S/ Cloths a lid
i CINCINNATI, Feb. 17 Theie was great! Southern:! men. Confederate( soldiers da- Uiuia, liy ...............Ib 12 aliner Pure French Brandies ,
excitement in the Tennessee House of sure'in) Much defenders, as their help was Skine.lb: 15 n 20LAHU ,
\ Representatives yesterday During the I'rlme Leaf.Ib 2t" 25 Cassiuicrcs.Ladies'
not rend"l fOil when it was needed. The ...... .
I'resaed. Ib 10" 21
discussion of the ; I'
Fianchise bill, hind oflicuis )Lave been informed that it '
was LIQDOKS, Brandy, Covnuo.giil': ( $lO 00 a Wines and Whiskies
words passed between the Speaker and nut Southerner nor a Confi-deiate> soldier Jules, Robins& Co.1(' 8 50 a ,

ute' of ihe members, when the further who made the speech. All will see Holland Gin -.-....g.il( 450 a 6 00
threw the mullet at the latter's head. Whiskey, reotitled.!!,il 250 a 270 For Meiltrj'nai' purposi-n; mud a largo, supply of
immediately! the evil effects from such !lemuiko. Imperial' 'neeliir-tul 3 25 n other Liquors fur gunerul use. D ess Goods

) '. i They'll, do very well in New MOLh8GS, L. YY. Uutlii,,

NEW YORK ltKE'1'S. Yolk, but will work great injury here. N ttLs.---------Uoldim tiyrup-gnl It 08 Si 1.2 a VO Bruch, Toucher & Co.'sOHAMPAGNFS.

NEW YORK, Feb. 10.-Cotton is dull at. --- ... NAVAL SICJUKS: Tar------bblt0; oobpts. a French Merinos

4l.i4oc. for Middling. f1'RRIRLJI--The Dayton Journal says Turp..bbi:' 4 60 a 6 00 ,

fold, 137 3 8.MOHTOOMRBT. ,t that it bar btiMi informed Lynn engineer( oil 1'itch ........bbl 5 50 u
Oas ... ....._..
.11\0 180
Mnaee.d gulKero&une.
[ Feb. 17.--The Southern the, Dayton ..udIichigau: Railroad, Unit, 'I .._.....gul 1 (X) a 1 Polo AeonlH of thc only true Imported Brand English Merinos, .
I I'less Association have removed, to unite tMunly-st'Ven.cliiidrvn wets droll'uedl11l the RICK.Ib 12 a OiU in the country, vlt: Carlo U'Or, IMO 1)'Or, and .

with the Sour hwesLern Association Mid reservoir lit Celinn, Ohio, on Wednesday.Th I &SALT, Liverpool.nick 1 SI) a 2 ou Hlluiy, pronounced by nil. com.oluaeiutiiupi.rlor' .
titibAU, Broun........_II) 13 am2 15 tunny herelofoie In use.Spuclal
make sums amicable nnd .' were intending school in the vicinityof Alpacas
hutisluctuiy urrangenteut } It. Coliuo .Ib : 181.!2 ,
with Mr. Craig for the pie the reseivoir, and all the t-cliolarn but Crushed...Ib 22 n' 24 Agent for the Am..rlclln"Inlnlc Company

cut, if possible two-tueuty-beven in number-went on the l'uw ored.... ......Ib aM a 22 ', nnd a1 large cruel of tholr culebiated Cilllomi.i -
"j TALLOW...IbTtAS a In niula conniaully on hand.Mv French and English Poplins
ice to slide, when it ul'ukelith them,, and .Ib ,
; imperial 40 a 1 oo
"Long Jolm" \'cnt\'OI'h. the whole party were drowned before help Uuionif.Ib 100 u 1 3D special! nrraiifrompnU with Manufacturers
cuud mach them. 1'ouchong_...._.:'Ib 125 II 11>0W'OOL nnd Importers of tho Aoithand In Europe, warrant Poll do Clicoycrs, .
A M'niihinclon coiipipondent of an -- -- uUl.hcru unwaHh'd.lli 32 BClellll. me In not only cnarar.ti'eiiijj, tho absolutePnnly
---- ---
........-.Ib, IU B 38 and Uonuiniimws of entire slock, but
jtMpln; draws the paper pOI'I avery nl.o nnublo me to Bull tiny of the, above mentioned and Fancy
tie Ueuny one, of "Lune John," the is a plum sl'okl'nIIIBIi. He bays : '-Plow -- -- ------ -- -- linen ot good nt firs cobt pl'lo.-ll1uull1e

up the haul pan of h-11. cross-plow it and FIF I A N G IA L.Prop.vred Hum evuu lens Hum ranupoi I uliun..
JlIt'rubel' U< I maie lake it wiih a fine tooth comb, and in all .
-- ---- --- -- -- -- -
unheiially ehtpeinej the, meaiieai. UMH in i it the depths of eternal damnation cannot Anvxamliiatlnn of my prices will sustain these
In lIouillr.
: for Thu Savannah Herald. statements every pILl
the \\holtt West ; which' is probably the be found a biaiai'bot, of knaves, thieves, .Delaines

reason that the, Chicago )people, elected and rubbers, than have of late yen is been QUOTATIONS FOUUNCUKUEXT MOSEY FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
ftiueiiiiig! on the public uliile piating of .
\ \ '
him, and a veiy good lemuii it is too : their loyally." KAVA.IXAH: }o'cb.16,1800. American Delaines,

I A singular .surt! lit'I[tHibun. is lung John. -.-. -.-- Note to be $.i and upuardn. Tlieitu rules will W. M WALSH,
bu reduced 10 lo 'M per curt '. His! stiiins point is a piotouhd,
." I beliel in his own sagacity und >lnewdiichM. lr l- indicate that the emigration:( Prom the olhui cannul be Icllud ou for airy length of s. I:,('ur.Uuriiiird A IJroiijjlitou Sis, h

; But it i is not bit difficult to read I United tlmu.
I .I. Europe to the States: will this year
lane tall aentliMiiau from Chicago, after all. exceed allY ( levnuis one. All/ the Ganmiii .LAU.) SAVAK.\AII; : GEO.fob In great variety.
Bank of Mobile -- -- - ----00
lleiels a case in point : lie entitle here polls especially are ft ling lip( with ueibtjusd .
do :MulilgulU.r -- - - -
wish: n bill in his !pocket 1o'giye nLis. Lincoln >>!>iiouh becuring/ a pussj e. do Buhmt' . . -'. . . .SIConuueiclal 6, ISUU-lf "VV"b.1."tcr: Sh 'V:7J.s:
. . -- -- - -
$1JOUUU( aud, when a propobiimn ot Bunk Alabama-- :'JO"Control
-- -see----- '-
. . .
the kiml, cause up. it will be ivn.euibeieil I Uitf-ina IbCo:( ;) the Cliicago people drank! : do do ,do.tu. . . .:35Xorthorn -0Kanterii EDWIN A HART, AT ALL PRICES.

that )le 1'uruunl the .. . . .
sieppcd as etpocialnotccl' bS--l.lJ8: ;! gallons: of mall IiijuoibS'J) gal- do do 35duulluiu

}, "r ot the }iuteie>t.s of the widow' l luii's fur each of the iuhabitiiuls. Too :St.: I ; do du . . BO ATTORNEY AT LAW ---- -

our lint' PiesidiAit., He nft'cipd+l his bill, Louis papers bay lliii wholesale drinking GECIIIOIA.nsurlute ,

lint while it \\'a pendinc'! Im lobbied nitli ...t'IIIJIL; liquors is because Chicago i.wlllllulwlI.tl'l' is Augusts and B.LIII"\Uf; Co.-__.... 7 MADISON l'LA,
all his niiuht a:;(.iiii>t it. Ainoat oilierlliinn.s ; .B.IIk, ot Autrtint-t: .....____.......__._..._....2ftdo Cloths and Cassiineres
fit lo diiiik. ...._...._..._... ....
aid Aihens ......Si) "\\yir.i. practice In tile CVirta! of the Middle
I he in hiiuite that he'd like do Coiumbus--.-...-........ ..........12 \ > .Illdiclnl Olrmlit. X
r to know what I bfc.ffje of the! sixteen wag- The.Mob ile Tritnne surmises that the do Commerce.........................5 }o'u1rll"rv 15, I860.'f IN GREAT VARIETY.\
uU loads ot iui mime: that Mis Lincoln reason the bolder Slates:! have buffeted du Fulton.---------------------------25;

took homo with her. To another ineniber moie' than I the Gull Stales since the war do do htiddlaGeorgia--------------: : .............10..70do BLACKSi\'lITHINC HATS AND CAPS, .

he would hay: "isn't it d-d titianse concluded, U tint the former! "111'1' still Srit'auunh.._........................38
that Guy O; Ie.sby is opposed to this bill '1"! euiertainiig. and nouiishing bentmiHiits do Suite or tiuor!'la...... ..............25
which beiny meant Cuntnit liullruad and Banking, Co.... ........IU H. B. FITTS & CO.AUK BOOTS: :AND SHOES _
interpreted thatl'up''ulal'
: that rte have abandoned .Olt). Bank of Augusta........ ...............15 ,
ieuiiiiient ivas against! it, und it ought ----..--_._--- / now prepared to executeery dencrlp-,
Bank---------------Iiioorgta .
Lot to past! He h'nally vntcd for the Time directois of the Xoithein Pacific ............ ofBLACKSMITHINQ i HARDWARE
proposition to give Mis Lincoln $:!">),OUO, +Marine B.uik, .._......_.............__...,..b2 ( !j
i. Railiond have uoiitled the government Mechanics' Bank..._....._........_.........10 ....... '"
t but lie wiiMi'lery anxious, in private, that they cue prepared to'continue the Mvrchnuts' cud Pluuluis' Bank...... ... ..... 6 In the bout mannor, and< as low as '
for Ihe success of even tlifet. S.i of other lice Subscriptions:) boon be opened Planters'/ Hank........._....................14 the cost of material, &.c., will adnni ufo 1'uv) (I. CROCKERY,
bills, of the kehsion.Vhnt Weiitnuith Union B.ink......... ............-_........_. & have secured the services oi some of the
ihroiigluiul the country.The. M.iuufuciurui-d' flink............ ............10 "
.. r I votes fol'l ii no teal index to II hilt he is in ------ -- supra CAROLINA. BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. Tin \V are; (fcc.a &c.

favor of, for in mandates another.ho !lobbies one tT coltoufactory/ at ;Mucon turns Bank. of Ciirod'n_........-........_.......30 Those who may favor us with Iheir patronage

way whiln ha voles out Uti.uOD) yards sheeting per month do (!harlu/ .lon ..-. ........'---"..... .. .10 will ho 1:1I111"'IOI'd entire satisfaniion.PTTSlio .
.. .--- amountmt to about Sli,80U.Richmond: : do Cheater ............................13 I > nearly opposite' thu Post. Office.Fob. 4 }
Tile Kftli'iiiiMioii or CurrciM-y. ---i- do Georgetown ................ ........15 I 3,1686IfPRIVATE
do Hamburg...........................10 G-B.OOERXmS.
Additional i rules and tegulaiions have The (\8) papers leport do Newberry. ,........................25 BOARDING.
been adopted by the Treasury Depart| a decline iu rents III that city. do tluillblIl'OlInll...................... 5 .; '
tin regard to the redemption of currency do Suite of South Carolina.............12 TMTRS. J. II. AL8TOX prepared to accotn- FLOUR,
> men ---- -- Commercial, Bank Colnmb'a.................12 lit modulo fifteen or twenty day boarders at .1\
In which, nmong otller things, it is Exchange do do ..._._...........12 her residence near the Methodist Church, Iu this ''.
;>i-ov uled that believer a holder of any (VIARRIACfES. Farmers' and Exchange Bank.....,......_.. 5 city. She: is also prepared entertain tranbleutcustomers. SUGAR:, %
Udited States bhall present to Merchunls' Bank, Cbcraw......... ....... ....12l'oople'aBank Every cure and ..1ooUUI111I bogl'ou
41 currency .. . .. .. . . . 30 to Ibo comfort, of tho guest.Jnti. .
tin Ashis'aiit! Treasurer of the United Planlers' B.mk of Fairfield .. . . 11 30
Oil. : -1m. TOBACCO A-c.i-c.
States, an United Stales depository, or a M.aRJr.oo.nr rtmtthe boma \I'e.\ollo"Ille.\ on of tho evening .['luurterai amid Mechanic' Bank: . .. .. .12Houihwus 1:
MI-H. Venn
of the l.lill' iusta ,
national bank c h ell is a designated da"pobitoiy urn Railroad Bank . .. 25 ,*
Mine .
Muj..r W. 11. DIAL lo MARE: VAXN, .. .. . A. J PEELER
Union Bank -. .. .. .. ..50WILLARD'S ,
of the United Slates notes, which all of Madison county, Fla. Powder, Shot and Percussion

< ;n the !Lt:: legate shall be of the nominal Ob, Major, why did you fool mo sotTo ATTORNEY AT LAW

... fvuluaof: tifiy dollais or over, it bhall be North Carolina you said )ou'd go ; Caps.

F ?.,the duty' ol birch officer or bank to le.y'ueive That null, you said, was for another, au1 t1\1rdi!\ tmn'+ C TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

-. such pal eel of notes, and :give; to the Aye, didn't! you say 't wuu for your bi other! : I Office up Stain over the State :Bank I ,
sf thereof either the value of the from old bachelor1 train
Thus, ono by one, ,
ynvuer I K7-Offioa hours from 0 a. in. to 1 p. m., and
1 .' same iji money or a receipt conditioned Friend! after! friend fades oil that doa'Ute plain, i from 2 to 5 p. m. Wines & Liquors

1 for the }payment of the pioceeda of such Known alias shingle life,- (Ic'obnr248m ,

... parcel when the retains the I et'or shall Dear I how desolate without a n1l f Ii! I *>

'' have been received from IhazTreasuier "OU would name power the !glflle glu" me LIVERY STABLES P, B, BEOKAW'S' The largest Stock in the State'CONSISTING

t' ',of the United States Such: parcelltnuHt To 'xprets the joy I really wish thee I '

< btj, ,.Becni'ely dune up with the?owner's Theo would your life lie one of lillsd ; LIVERY AND SALE
name, tbe amour t claimed, and the date Aye, every sorrow repaid with a ,
'thereon. Ko national
plainlyviiiten But really, I didn't mean to class our friend are always in, readine to convey '
tank notes, whether mutilated or not, are among tout "lonesome" crew, "one of whom I am HACKS .'' arriving on tbe Railroad trains, Stables .Sf WUISKY, BRANDY, GIN CHAM

redeemable by the '1'1 easurer unless they which,"-old bachelor. No I I congratulate to CHA1TAIIOOUUKK! or' allY point to which 'I' !! PAONE, PORT, SHERRY AND .
desire to ,
ale notes of banks in liquidation Such they may .
him that he bas escaped ore hue "years bad doublynumbered" go.TUE0. 'fILLARD. CLARET WINES, COCK
p notes are redeemable only by the bank -never mind whose If the kind: February 22, U68. tw TAIL AND STOMACH
which them. TALLAHASSEE FLA. .
t I t, issued : wi.be.ol friends can avail,' be and bis fair bride BITTERS A-c.i-c.
-ALSO- ,
will live a life of'mutual happiness Who FOR SALE.
I. t 7 New York Las an immense popular, merchants Florida
grThe of
wouldn't top on the way to"Old North Car'lioa CARR AGES, BUGGIES WAGONS are respectfully
t ;,tiou of Irish and Germane. The number of subscriber bal for, sale several hundred requested to examine our stock
be blessed with such afate, Ob, bow we'd THE
: f l'elili'oters WII'I' 77,501), against 51,500 to el. ofRoyal AXI HARXESS FOR S.LE.Tallablll.e .
like to drop ibis Printer' "Dovll," and call our* before deciding to !purchase in New York ,
nat wo.bora 'voters, with 152.00U uonutuial- Cotton Nay a. IKBIi-tf tAdministratrix's as we will duplicate all bills at New Yoikprices'
human female
with angel, like
..ol0" a some Petit Gulf Seed
I Iud foreigner., But the greatest increase '
thereby ,having them lime and
friends I But good-bye, Major t Ai
of our you Notice. .
latterly Jius been of English and Jews ; and freight. ,
+ ... they are having by their activity and! .aeuuV "go DO more among men," of a very prollflo specie Cotton Also, eeveralhuadrud SIX: months after! date I will rrooent my'a"",. I'jtfToiitiviltf; no goodi told at retail.
buob'I.o Lone Burlu' Hot-d. > and vouchers OB Administratrix of thee ,
"_ batter tech tbe rede" .
ncea, much i.u'gerinfluence on public af- may you ; Apl'lyto IIOUSTOUN .uite of L. M. White, to the honorable Judge of '
: airs than their numhoi-s wouU boom to to ;our\ new tj>'.i .re tbaa the. writer In tbe one ortoJ..Ut1 tI. OU8TOUN. Prohileof Leon county for a final .III'1Ioot HcKilibin & Allen.
r "rrillt.-Colurnh" Sun C U. uu l'I IIl.IOU.r.brUdfl und auk for Ii discharge. E. M. WIIITJ!:,
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The Question ''NORETAIL SIORE. ; q\ i *?
stop Her !I" Editing: Newspaper. WHOLESALE i i,

vesthc Editing\ a piper is-iv very pleasant The attitude in which the Republican :
The Zanesvillo Signal g- V
1 business. majority stands before the country

following humorous description 'of much political is this The representatives! often .04 .
If it contains too < ,. :
A' Zanes-
} a "free Vide" on the cars.broke" and matter, people won't have it. Slates, fifty-eight in number, AQ m" S W \ (![;) i
Ville man being"flat concluded wan- If the type is too large, it don't are excluded from their seats until to"ttass .
.tiD; to go to Columbus, contain; enough reading matter.If their credentials are examined by a '
took ,\
and accordingly a :
it i
won'tread for that
Ohio tho type is small, people committee appointed pur \
seat in a car on the'tCcntral it. ,The.States thus held unrep E' INFOUM ova FRIENDS T1IAT WE HAVE "I

Raiboad. The Signal thus' describes If we publish telegraph reports; pose.resented were either original parties W Ol"&Mi.U ACTFULLY .

the"The trip : train had nearly reached people say they are lies. to the Constitution, or have been VImitted Wm@11m A1L J1 o mm lllli Sm\ b .

: If we omit them, they say we hive as States by laws as yet unre- .

Ctajfpctofr ,before the conductor, no enterprise, or suppress them' for pealed. No bill ,is pending even to At the Old. Stand TaUahnVue, where we are prepared supply customers with .klndt\ o, t r
whom we shall pall Jones, had reach effect.If recall their admission ; nor has Con

ed our dead-head friend in his round political we have in 1ew jokes, peoplesay cress passed any enactment disturbing Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
.of collecting tickets and fare! "Your Union.-
rattlchead.If their relations to the; I

ticket if you }please ?1" said" said the Con the : we we are omit a them, they say we are The device of keeping their representatives HATS &; GAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE,, CROCKERY AND,

ductor. "Haven't any, fossil.: out, on pretense of exam-
dead-head. "Where arc yon going ?i" an If old we publish original matter, they ining their credentials, is a trick as AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, :;.

inquired the Conductor "Columbus"replied selections.If 'dishonest ; and when it1! DC'J.'loos .
said damn us for not giviug < impudent as .lst the X.itowomt Cash : for Ocisla. or
the dead-head. $2.10, we publish selections. men; say i is resorted to in order to make a minority COTTON" : ;

Jones: "Haven't nary a stamp, roi we are lazy for not writing more, and of the House count us two-

marked our dead-head acquaintance. giving them what they have read thirds, and enable them thus to sanction Having established branch of our fion.. In Now York, wo urn prcpnmO to furnUb Qvodc of nil t'
"You must pay 'yonr fare or get off in some other paper.If I vital alterations of the Constitution btiKli, lu nuy qnuiulty)',on the shortest notice niid the moat udMiiiin;uoun term

the-train her ," said the remarked Conductor.the "Stop dead we give a man a complimentarynotice it becomes an infamous usurpa Cash Advances Made on Cotton ,shipped to ; .
quietly for being
then we are .
head.( : tion.The question to before the people
partial. go & CO.
The train was stopped, and ho was shall lend its criminal HODGKISS ,
If we do not, all hands say we Area if the Senate J
left on 'the t side of the road to wait, to this dishonest device "
ho complicity
greedy "Yon.s: : :
ns-li said, the next train, on which jf we insert an article that pleasesthe will bo, The Constitution!, of .Tnllnhnni he succeeded in The same --
getting. The Constitution
Thadd S'cvcns'
ladies men become jealous us vs.
scene transpired, ending by the deadhead : *rlf we do not cater to their wishes of. George Wast /I.qlrtl. We PEN. &GEOKGIARAILKOAD. Emporium of Varieties! !

telling the'conductor "to stop the is not fit to have in the are, with the defendant. The constitution ..a.,."
her and lie again left on the paper : "
b-ing the chiM
house. Washinston was tJ'''''' ... 9 -: r"i.\-

side of the. road. If we attend church- they- say u is (Patriotism; conceived by the spiritof _n .
Train after train was boarded, and WM P.T SIjrSSI,
only for effect.If Conciliation, and born amid(\ the CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.

each put him oft'a little nearer Columbus we don't, they denounce us as acclamations of a grateful people TiLLABiasm, JHII, Jfi, 1SGO. A. X. r, A. K: A. S S m 30. 3TTA..

The last train on which he deceitful and desperately wicked.If The Constitution of Thaddeus Stevens .. uixl after thin lute, he Trnln

got was that of our friend J ones, who we remain in the office and at is a bastard: son of Fraud-"ditch- 0 run on d,illy Ihe u I'i. follow im'icnln:mid" Uuurtfut; Jtuilroad.will Copper( Tin and

was on his return trip from Bellaire SHEET IROX MAMTAITIIIIER\ : :
tend to business, folks say we are too delivered by a drab. -Albany Argus. K \ST WARD.
to Columbus. Dead-head got on his nt-------------------- 4,CO A.M.Anlvo ,. ) f
fellows.If LPaQiliney
and 1 under full proud to mingle with our at Tailiihrtnuro at............ 0.GO "
train Pnluski was inCalifornia DtALEH IN
at wo never You bet" is a strong phrase Luavtt Tullnhamwe .. 7.UO "
before Icing discovered by we go out, they say Arrive lit Jf'idlwMiat: ......_...... .11.00 "
haedway amima-
attend to business. signifying strong Leave MHiilnon Rt.................1180 French and Domestic -
the conductor If wo publish poetry, we affect sentinicntali&in. tion. Thc following story is told of Arrl\ed .tl.nke City at.*.......... 3.0. V. M. E&glish,

."Going to Columbus again, I sup that region, A burglar at midnight WESTWAKD.t.pavo Goods,
remarked;: Jones. "Haven't window and LnkvCltyat................: 830 A. M.
pose, climbed to 'a chamber .
have literary 1' M.Lenve
do no
If not we Mudlion at---------------
been.there yet," said dead head ; "I: I Ican't we taste., cautiously\ opened it. The occupant: : Arrive Mnduon hl nt..................12.SO i Plain Fancy & Japanned Wa.re.TG'JE ,

get to ride more than six miles polish If the or mail docs not deliver ourpapa chancing to be awake, crept hot'tlyto Arrive 1.TIIUnh..e ill '1 xnaha..Pnat-------------i>t...'............. 600 430 ""

before they put me off. I don'tthink promptly, they say we do not the'wiiulow, and just as the robbers Arri\e ill Quli.cr! nt ................. 0.30 I iEAfQUA .TELSe

I'll get on more before than Columbus one otwo'trains publish "on the time." If it docs, f.we'pppcaied, pressed' against Lo Tnllnhixove\ .. bT. MARKS xt----------------TRAIN. 7.30 A, II.nlve' : A large! and linndKorae vnii'ty\ of
alteryour'n cold smooth muzzle of a re\ 01. 9.19 "
aheadof it \ nl .St. Miitke RI--------------
will be the place.' they are afraid we are getting UMM.. Mirkunt...,. ...... ...1200 M, .
pntting-off -
time. vor, with the injunction "yon get. .\rrh'" et TuilnhitriM-.. ............_ l.5 I'. f.KTTIlnirnu COOKING STOVES,
"Well, do you think we can carry you If do not all bills promptly You bet,' replied the robber dropping : hour will be KIVHII' on the arrival\ .
'p y
we of the nt MntlUon ,for Dinner,goliit; from
fare !I" cnnt
unless inquired Im.lii'e.There .
you pay your the and running for Combining
I folks say we are not to be trusted.If to ground and coinlnuthU vny.
Jones "::itop herl'! quietly re- is pithy dialogue on A Iliio-ol .t.iffiMlivtwoitn'Qnlncy, "Bolnlvrldjtu\
no more
we do pay promptly, they and mid tirinevn Miintlt'cllumnd" Thou ,- t
Albany IRON
marke 1 I dead head. "Well, I do tlidralnnE., !SHEET ,
stole the rccoid. 00\1110, will connect with
think," said Jones, "of all the brassy say we money.... -- : HOUSTOrX: .
T .Tan.18.18 I individuals, I ever met, you are ahead A \VIEDFALLTOMas. IAxr tlL1As.

of them all. I'll take you there for NATURE COVERS UP BATTLE-FIELDS." : -The London Shipping Gazette of Scott & Co. BOX, ANDPARLORCOOKING
'"Did I ever tell you, says a corre- ,
your infernal impudence, and '' the 20th ult., !says: :
else," and dead-head was carried spondentof an eastern paper is', among Two commissioners have just taken COMMISSION MERCHANTS, STOVES: 1

the same train he the affecting things one alwaysseeing for Mexico, in
into their
t'olumbiis on on these battle fields how, on departure NO 24 OLD SLIP ,NEW YORK.. I .Ml tiinmipd in a nent and dnmMf) nuiniirr. i"'

started on three days before. the which .the battle of order to carry to the Empress Carlotta ThoR n, 11 od"lo.l.o, lain of imbelton: Bruthom, I 'J'Iey' cnn bfHhil'11I'11III: | ] any |part nf t
ground upon
the property which she has inherited Baltimore. I IhlconnlrywilIiperfrci.al'"It.\. !b10I'JI'ES lU
MoRTOS'PETO.-In 1851, "when, Bull Hun was fought, I saw pretty, I from. the late King Leopold. It G. }V. tjoott. ,of arm of O. "'. Fet i Co.,Tnllnhnxxrr mil ELI:0 %'S ciii.Mnrilly'. "ii. lisu.i. ).
SIR delicate flowers growing out of Out.ilnuioik, i'in KiHilinsi, lintlei-,
World's Fair proposed to be pure, is said to amount to twenty millionsof D. J II. I'uo'p.' of arm of fouls: i Babliitt.. Buln.bildgc I -
the was the ammunition boxes, and a wild UH. ins( lull |) Pipe:], >, 0: li.irnmlnl I ]Itu..r
held in London, and the plan for the its last graceful francs, but the Empress will only \\'. O IVU', of arm of Q. ',y. Scott'4 Co., Tal- dead) Sleet Zinc, SI.CH L. ad.cfJOShnp .
building of the International Exhibition rose thrusting the of a broken receive the interest of that sum, the ].]muses, Flit.Specbd t([ wink nf eterv dr.eiiutiunAnne ]
head through top the capital on .slioit nil icl'..
been drawn, a meeting of late King having
drum which doubtless sounded its nttunlion il\en to the. enlu of nil kind. of
was called to raise the in such a way that it cannot bo '
wealthy men last charge in that battle; and a scar- SOUTHERN PRODUCE No"ti.on: : .
funds, of which half a mil- bnrsted touched.
necessary of
let verbena peeping'out a
--- tbd mid nhipnuint of '
,110 puiclmH
dell'and cd. There -- WOODEN \VAUn,
Iron Sterling it
shell in which stl'lngepot was '
had been a few subscriptions of a few HEAT IN AUSTRALIA.-Australian Household I'lantatloii Goods, WILLOW WfcE.'JOYS .
Wasn't that growingout
planted ? peace make mention sudden and ,
hundred pounds, when Morton Peto, of wart? Even so shall the beautiful intense papers heat in the middle of November Wares, liuplciiicuts, lllP.lSTMAPPEisnXTS: :
then a comparetively gentleman and graceful ever grow out of the health of Of every description] mi hand Call urdexnmiiip
arose, offering to g \c 1:5:1": : the hoi-fid and terrible things that affecting Mclbourn very MACHINERY, &0. Ill-fin ]'iuivlm>>it.1I'.| 1'1-1'11 her!'.
This bold offer electrified the many persons. The Age r r>it'\ IfiiiS-tni' '
000. _
transpire in this changing but ever I several
and roused others to says that at REFERENCES : '
meeting, greater Ivancing\ world Mature covers even i animals, principally cats and dogs, \ Saddle, Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT
that the Great Exhibition
; so with verdure and M..lm. Currler.l< Co, Sew York. :
might have proved a failure, the battlegrounds died of sunstroke. On the 21st, the J. L Mnuru,OIIt\II\ LJn, '.. '
bloom. Peace and plenty spring up in thermometer Adelaide reached B"\IIIII" C"u"oo, Mflit guutcryAlit.A .. 1 1IIinvpjiiNt
had it not been for his promptness. :B ,mid, Mlleun On.R. .
the track of the devouring campaign; 113.5 deg. in the shade and 155.5 B..nll, Mar, ro,alt --.
When the allied armies lay embedded and \\'hllll.ld.. D"II1"1'"II,. Alit,
all in nature society lxx '
in the sun :as shown by n..k.r Florida, s) f'
in the mud before Sebastopol, it of deg \\11I. Unil])', l'.jl.nt tllllie rrcriit-il u laigv I&I..Oft.
shall work out the progress man ister at the observatory. .r'g-I ''r"lla\\.. rrn. .,coiibUlil gut
was found impossible to transportcannon kind." 'I'J... Jo:. Uamliultou, 1'1'... Ud. Fire In*. Coin .

and munitions of war, every .. ... tells of an panv, llultitnure.Jc ()iMill" irn'. and l.iidifi' Snddli'H, .
if '
TIUSiINGS.Thackel'aj': I !M_ .__-_ FlmDonlilvand Sinplo. Ilar-uu,
carried men's -
thing having to be on THE WAY THEY TREAT HORSE Irish woman begging; alms of him, -- .hips" .
shoulders The same enterprisingman >; his PEATOEIUS & CLARK, )
THIEVES IK hdPIIIs.-A: week ago, who, when she saw him put Bline Flndlnpunf, eMrj dencrlptlou *.j
'sent to t e Crimea a staff of en. cried out, "-May T.eiuher all klndu' ,.
notorious horse in his
of hand
pocket ,
last e"
Friday, a gang .
'in DiL tCllA T TAILORS 1'r."lIlnjf ftiicht-la" mud TrOll' *% "- ,.
twenty-one hada \ (
and days allyour If! .,
of follow .
who God ..
thieves, headed by one Bowling, the blessings you Saddle nnd A.rn. IJardwart .... ,
railway' t corn )lete, and trains ran he 'nrrlimeTrlmmlnjn, r wAVnijoii a,.
miles outside life"-but when only pulledout
resides 'about three TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, and ItnpL'- IIuh, t,
ningifrom Balaclava to the heights Memphis, on the Germantown plank his snuff box, immediately added, Vanity fhaflp,Hpnkri" and Itloi, 1.
around Sebastopol. For this service,, CO\STASiTI.Y. ON IIAND Buggy Axle and Sprint's,
road, entered the town of Satallo,, -"and never overtake'ye! KKEP kule H Inrgu uud varied luaortinvnt ul. w; .
which, worth millions\ to Eng "
was the a'
and were immediately'iirrested by CARRIAGES AND BFJGffiS ,,|
land, he refused all l compensation,, citizens, who, upon .consultation, determined trA: Chicago): paper has these GE TLEMENSCLOTHING! ..

feeling that the service to his countrywas .ridding the community head lines to a del'patch'from Indianapolis of every dei-crlptlnn, '" >
reward. For this upon Murders at ALSO, Machine irking .
sufficient patriotic of such ruffians, and in a short Indiana : "Three Work mndtt to order and tpiijrlng lone wita t
act Queen Victoria 'conferred Once I" "Three Horrible Tragedies in dl'pntch n", <,..>,<.\i
time thereafter, Bowling, and his six Cloths .\ (ent for."'b.-I., \VIOKi! and ,no"e'''tHU11
upon him the honor of a baronetcy, confederates were ordered to be shot Five Hours !" "A Mr.n Chops his ) >U MACHINES. >;
Pieces with Axe !1" "Three j. K: PUIInl'.* i
to an
i This sentence was carried into immediate llnhiiiim-o Ont. 20.-tf >.
.'Miss Olymphia Brown is the ref execution, and these bad men Prisoners in Jail Cut up a Comrade Cassimcrcs, ,

'u1ary' ordained and settled ministerover thus expiated the folly of their manifold I with a Razor !1" "A Man Shot by a SOCTII RiEXPORT, .. v."

a church in Weymouth STass.- crimes. Rowdv.." Good place. for reporters. Testings, .J&&: AND -J, .

The question has arisen whether she .. I IMPORT COMPANY::

can legally unite a .couple in marri S3T: : The French Academy of u-Some one who has had a IVcck Tics, ::' ..

age. The Judiciary ,Committee' ofthe Science is investigating whether the glimpse at the new styles announces
Massachusetts Legislature have is caused the "winged I Ileech" that the spring bonnets are to be a Suspeiidcrs : rpJIIS COMPANY: It now organized inb'we1X"
cholera_ not by are prepared to make lI er..llld\'allc.v on,
Decided that she can. an aniraalcula developed in cross between the "Gypsy" and the ,

-- marshy and filthy ,localities.S3T "Fanchon) ," and that gentlemen's Gentlemen's Hose, &c. Cotton and other Produce,

in the of hats are toe more belUbaped than .. .
The vicinity
negroes crown and made ...b. ,,
lower Gantlemeu'egarlnonlaJlout In f amlaignedtoourAAent.tnLtrerp'aI..Thapres ,
with | | -
Wacon, Georgia are dying off with'he : Two Jellows! recently crawled hitherto, a .. enable( ntyle and most frigltfur! 'apllliiy > Duringthe under the depot !at Ncwpgrt'bored! a' > fBen. 8tore next to T. B.'Tntum't.OolnliiT per tx inirt, fur good Upland Cotton. and' !rom t..
ht _"
: *
bought.s val- 24-tfW 80 lu$1.D2 oentllor good lung Cotton- Gold.
preceding week, about five' hundred hole up through the' floor and into Butler 'has just We Kill udxanee ou.-hatf It. \ulue lu Gold or, lt- ,
in that of drew>ff ixty uable'mill property on the James river t'Qnivulentluertrr.npy,' :t '
had iHed city,alone out a'puncheon whiskey, H WHITNEE, \V"Solicit ordi-r for Roods from the Merchant .
of.a black population' of only:cight gallons, ',,:hich'' they 'carried! away near'Richmond, intending erectcotontfactorieslie and I'lunterp.. The itrlotrot ullontlon paid lo tbmallet ,
also contemplates Qrd.-.. for good from i-ngluncT\ .Franc .
of the AT LAW .
and the rest ATTORNEY .
'them .
thousand. ,' ", with .let. ? ; : and Ocnnant. i '*
? box
'W& purchasing the farm con 1"". FLOYD, Preildent ff 1
.. fluid runto tc. ADII50Ji, F.oninA.ilLt I KlCjHARD ,, ..
l Jaclo..OIl\'lIIe Florida*
'for a .settlement .. ;
album* with'nius l > taining.2,800 acres FttACTJCB IN THE OOITKTS OF I 1;, T, Piiur. Agent, Llwruonl England, tK .'
Photographic \ c senim' Wilmington N /farmers and mill op- "t' .1. T. BBaKii.D,'.< .ut,TaflRlm.Ke, fJ., ?
.is' the ? ,: Shad are sin .. of New England the Middle Circuit. rJ g ... 4-
concealed i cot'eI'are st XuI IJnl cT"n9' fj -
boxe novelty 'London. I C, at $1 per pair, I 1 I erttivM. A''EI:;. reo a, 1666-tf. .
present a ( > -
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