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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 24, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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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VOL. 'I.. TALLAHASSEE r SATURDAY, I. i. hJ B. '. 24,. 18,66.() NO.. 51.'
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1 T VJxl.; : :1tt1\t1J; i Zl1timi.c (Corruapondenco; of the Uacon Tolegruph) jNapolcons policy there, and BILL. ARP) AKD h BIG JOILY opposed! to all rows and rnrapusses and

: : \ Doings \in 1Vashington-Fnueral l upon the French Interests in' Mexico; Bill friend and neighbor! riots. L, don't keer nigh as much

\ ... I3 I'UIILISIlW' ;:VERY' > Obsequies Lincoln, &c.:' which Napoleon'! plninly'saysin; his, "Big 'Aip'8, lad a hard expeeiencoduring about a dog fight; as I used to. Now
,\ .. that ho has defend and if one could
speech to : ho the ho relates it and' always see the eend of a
I '1 :'',Tt IJ'rslayTliursday: ,and Sa"tnrdaYj.; WASHINGTON, Feb. H,- 1866., declared that' the Mexican' l' public'nu Bill Arp ritcs war, it as out. hero 'it is : thing advance. and the end was all .

',.; ',... ,,-A T"l'ALLAH SSEE,'Fr.OItIDA. Some parts of the new,,'Capitol arebeing t resuscitated,1 and tliat, wt! ) \ Irishinau ;right,I wouldent mind a big fuss, but
'.'1 -." ,- -t ; put to very "Vaso! uses." The must do the work. Each one of "Gittin on AtlantyJ;; a fool then you know a man's foresight aint.
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",''... TERMS, whole)building ,is-735 feet long, the' these senth'nentsV:18 gi'eeted: with stoped'ne: tight:! at t1i.o' edge! of its good as his hind sights. If they
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" ; ) :tN' ADVAZrC7E. : Se'tiatq,Chamber'and ;House, of fteprescntathcs enthusiastic applause by all the Itepublican thp town' and, demanded my papery., was\ this war wpuld't have broke out,

.Yer flnnum I ,........................."........$G 00 being at the ends,< so members of Congress.1'his .- Nobody, had ever a\d 1110 for'papers and I wouldent! have lost steer
", J"+IIr Six Month............ :.....__ ......... 4 00.KATES that tlrei'e fs'a log lspnce.. between can be iu other but ho wouldn't hear an argument. and watch. I seed my that
/1111(10, COII"d:.............:...:....;...... 10 'regarded no As 0 uailes'would he wouldent my never
.. them: This ,space i is chieflyoccu light than as a prognostic! of ,Congressioiialaction < say woman before nor ,since, and I
,. pied by.tho' Rotunda, the old Senate hostile to the French, fine/ tssltue, 1tC' inLrchcLll11e to an ofvUs wouldent know 1 her from any other

S : OF AOVEBtTISlNG' 5 chtmuer'1I0\1'' as the Supreme .!interests!! : in. :exico.' This, of course, and I:didn't, stay theio i lea jni-i': woman thtit walks the yearth blamed -
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i;"jf TO SB PAID FOB,IS, ADVASOH, the'old Hall 'of is much ets. J,1" sent to' iDekatnr with '
Com t Room; KepreBcntativcs : bcuicgretted. Tim Mexican if ,.I'm certain whether she was
) One aqti iru, (12 Noupurull tines,) or loan; I'Ai'\ thu the Library, DoanmeutRooms'St question1 in fair ; to bo some fifty konskripts 110 wcr all' in white black/ Bill how is ofl-
a or
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til'At insertion: 1 : : .: ;r: gl 00 mourn in5exceptin, their' cloth,: I '
Rooms, &c. The honorably settled, before the del'\'very springy ?1" 1I
,EAch'anhpeqnctit tuNcttlon'............... 75l talked with em 'all and tharwns "
: t'ato and Li'g"I' ()tlcca'to be'chnr ,- the ,BIHU: ars tranrl/nt ',luhcrtiHumonU,' the. other, me wide, lofty, 'well- 'as these of Mr: Bancroft are followed one what 'had the dyspcpsy, or: friend,".said I. .

", 'except; Xutlco of.1)Ismtaatou as,Admin-. li'htl'd ,and handsome: But 'theyaie it will soon bo 'irnpossible'to'preserve ] the swincy, or the rumatics, or the ,''H w's Mrs. Arp ? ..
lldtruoi, for which the clfirifo slull Uo.. 13 00 blind.stag'gcrs, or, tho heaves, or the
: disfigured bynumeiousapple' ( neutrality on. tho Rio, /'Rebellious, John, very ;; but I
OMtiliry', Nutleoa and Tributes of KeHpoctcliorjoil c.ilcu> brands and by tables where 'rye Grande. .4 luUnps; .oir. / sumthin. NVrll, there think, she'l ',be harmonized-artorwliile -
\ aiindvuttacimuiita.THE1. coffee i5! boiled O'II'pf1troleum.stO'cS. ...--- want none of us dischaiped. forthoro >'ahile."

I :::x Here the' nogroes: ,congiegate", and More Infernal. Doiiigs in TcnIlfSSCC. was bran: new orders callin fdr everybody :Mr.: Editor', '1 will not relate further .

/: 6ENT9'EI.S.tho'outy'paper51n B btiy'and I 1-0111'the ""army pies" andothct f for'thiity days to, go to the of these tryin adventures at this time,

; Flu l.ln' th it In published eatables that;. are offered for 'Wo have recently:' leceived: infor- ditties.. As ,,1 couklent walk th'atfur Big John, are now\ entirely harmoni-
'1 f tliruu, UmiM iwtakhti4 then,fun'affords lu'miborlbeii II \wits; "'oidercd to .'.A'ndc villa l
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", n sile.; ,A person cannot go fiom one mation,to the effect that one, evening : ou, and'I suppose his future career.
'' the iJli'St'iuean'ij; of ubtulnhv: tliu-1:1tiftt -' room i in the capitol l to another with-,: last week, a parry of unknown armed to guard the prisoners. At Makon I !will\\ be all scfe *. ..
netka l tefe and mId; und full 'wtiu.
>y ( rapt : repcjtMor met an old akwaintance, wash
tlii Now York and Southern Markclm out pushinghis \vy; through crowds men'entered Clifton:,iu 'Wayne county \'erful.uig'omcer; and ho' had; metransferied Yours.. as ever, ,-
It will also cave full rppor'of llio' priecutlllil"! of thes filthy creatures, engaged in and;l rode up ,to the house) of'a Mr. his and BILL 'ARP.

of thu Lu'Ul,tlitiu.: The Sentlmil\ \ t'n''nl' ,.o.110 this, disgusting! opciation.! Hughes, late an officer' 'in the rebelarnly : ] iu to of department his ordnance. A l'arisl.cltel' says that the gold

onlMcrlhuiB. 4 .at, the lowest,. Ih'llI.led. I > On' one side, of the. old Hall of and sent a inesscngcV in, and There's put me, whciq charge I handled guns, Bill, medal fOI';; frs. Lincoln, subscribedfor
H"I>rescntatirc'Il stands, on a lofty demanded that Cither he"should appear boxes in'France istObe presented to
andslept on Ilt'mYholu
'I,i 'JOM. I' iV71i'! G. pi-do'-tal, the original! model], in wood at the door', or,send 1 out his coat of muskets my was :around me, and I her by M.; :Albert( ,' member of theProvisional

T., cbunuxliin ,nllli the Bontlnel, wo hutu'a nilpuiliir covered with plaster, of the,mOllstl'OS- which lie had worn in the rebel 'ser- dlllent!no mote mind taking a snooze: l Government of 1848, who

andait, & "..lIrt ""lit of now Jobbing \Ity that clowns,, ''the dome of the \i:ice. Believing.that the'Jutter, wouldbe box than if'ithad been' has been: selected] by the Committeeto
M itorlul, and are pup: 'n'*d to execute every do- said to have been safest he sent out his coat when on agun acouch'of the
i Capitol. This ; go 'to United States for the
It's all in
NI iptliin' of \\oilv in thm \Hup with netltnefla mid I ; : fethery ,down. ,
li'upitoli, Alan on hiiixl, a" lloo 'iittHoidnont(" ,, of intended for a representation of !fieetloui. the men hung it up, and !fired a \ ol- : gittin used to it, Bill. puipose. t

, Inkn; fur I'rllllll1/l11 color' O:.durn bj in ill or ; The unsightly .object icpie- ley at it ; after which. they sent it in, "Jest jso," said I, "thats the 'way I P: S.-.Mrs. Arp wants you to get

ixprow will rcu/,U'd prompt fltttMition. Otirpil sent a big fat woman, ,dressed as noaoiian telling him if he behaved himself sr e it-exakly] so, friend, Piose'ed. back, the letters I writ her when
tcufl Ire an ln\v" :ir4 the present high, cost of dock' ever \Vas''drcsbucVrfioin the henceforth, till would be light ; but if my' ,- sweet sixteen. Them offisers have
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in,",rink, 1.i-Hir and \\l\'luff u'111! stunt of, and urt,',\ and not lie would l the net
il.ijs of Eve to the present age, get volley I and I have
Bill that em suppose
got laughedall
\,"Io\v> the InertHiil. tied which lulu In otl" dt "It is blam'd lucky, ,
\ lima of biii1no mv weaving' either head sOllie'indescli.alle through his boait.After dident go to And rsonville: They the! funny part aw11.y.by this time.

-- _WUft- ,. ,_ e\ci'osccnee. leasing tho house they went i wouldjiave; had me 'longside of Wittz, They contained !some fool things that
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t );,oT t1hnxnX tJnXtl enough. Officers_ of the arijiy, and had been in the rebel aimy, and..whohad thin, and some lyin yank would hay and my wife sometimes used em upon
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in their- l'iell'IlIiiforrns the on occasion soli ited and obtained
navy [ one % had a swear or two at. me about roe as reminders of broken: promises -
..' J ,Jmines of the Supreme, Court in,their1 the office of executioner to shootin him on'the dead line. Before '. ,

*,,/* A: J. PEELER, bltick silk robes, the President df the shoot :a Union man, and: called him this my carkl1ss would have been ;he says: if they'd send em, she'l .
United :States and his Cabinet, the out. On his appearance they "mount
artenlhile.
try'and forgive em- ,
ATTORNEY LAW eat up by: worms or cut 11 P by'Doktoi -
; Foieign: Embassadois, the Son atoi's, ed him with bowie knives, and lij&rally and \piktet.spred all o\era Don't trouble yourself much, :Mr.

'1'ALLAH.\SSEE.: 'r.lRmA and the Representatives; occupiedthe cut him to pieces.'.' The party whom side my of Harper's[ Weekly, !l1I11. Editor, and it will be all the same to

Olllue up Stairs! over tho date: :Illnl., floor of the House. The gall then.left. Both Hughes and Fuller monster of deth. '. ....: me. B. A.
&rlII"o( houiti truia !tf a. m to 1 p m., uivl( .
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from 2 to 5 p. III, lies were filled', for the' first time have" becn( connected with' the rebel "Well, I kep handlin guns"and; bay- i-* -

OiluburOin, . within It; month; with !ladies: and 1 rcentlemen. Conscript Bureau. 'nets and dangerous weepins, ontil one ARMIES OF OTHER DATS.-The
--IDWIN'A' ---- -- The.members of the cl 'plomatic It is believed! that the party were day I got a furlo to go to. Rome.Sbetraan .- largest army\ ever assembled at any'one

; > HART, corps'nnd" their'families,, wCl'eout the'rcatil'es! and friends of tho Union was play lbase around time during the Revolution was

ATTORNEY AT LAW in pretty strong force, but it.'was man who was killed by Fuller, who was about.Atlanta, and so'' I had to cir that. commanded by General Putnam,
obst-ned that neither Mr. Sewaulnor" I BO' .anxious( play;the executioner.NushvllU .- cumference around ,by the way of on Long Island.. That numbered
: the JIaiquis" de,"'Montolori waspresent. Lrnlo' I'tb 15. seventeen thousand men of all arms.
MADISON
FLA.WILL Selma'arid the I there,
} : very day -got
I The next that with which Wash.
'Bottled" Butler] sat, directly was
t ,. eveIlastiri blast the Wilson raiders
\>r lolloe! \In the Court of thu Jltddlo em,
Circuit. behindtGen.tv.Grant t, and was'!, TIlE WASHINGTON ARIILLLRV. gotitlleretoo.. I wasent no more ington captured Cornwallis at York-

FubruuivlS. )'s66. 47-'f, most pointedly "cnt' .by'everybody. This corps, wboso fame has cached: l lookin fer them yankees, in Selma town, when he had sixteen thousand.Our .
r every section of the country, is to be largest assembled in 1812
There were- three vacant army
present. than I for old, Belzebub, and
W. H V7HITNER: ; wer
arms-chairs" 'beside him, which no lecogni/ed as ii'ilitia; as' it existed, both of em was all the same to me. was commanded by Andrew Jacksonat
.. ATLAW, would sit'tlthoiigh'ever'yother prior to the wal' Thu. Governor; is New Orleans, and counted about
ATTORNEY / one Blamd! if they wasent shootin at me
chair on the floor of the House was said to haM given his consent to the before knowd was in the six thousand. .Coming down to the
M.tDISOFLO1tID.t.. We commend they Mexican his victo-
heartily Taylor
movement. won
occupied army
.. State. How iu the dickens they
w) P ILLrKACTICE IN THE COUUfS,OF
ries with force five
the Artillery
W" the (Middle\ Circuit.. I enclose a full report "of Mr.: Ban plan. Washington missed mo' I (ion't know, for their a never exceeding
ioa... 23, UbJ;;-tf croft's oration.I It contains, of coarse' has long been a source of just minny balls r.un'g'pnkcc' doodle! all thousand, and Scott's largest force _
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.. 'somo, fine points. But' it. is'fullof; pride to the people of ,New Orleans; around me arid over me and, ,under wit" not beyond eight thousand five

To Printers and Publishers.ff : specious]\ arguments ,and reason'- \\ hich:the events of the last four years me and bet\vi\tme.; hundied. The largest ninny prior to
have not tended to lessen ; and a reor the rebellion, was, therefore, that, of
ing. It,was understood 'long'ng'o "I tell Bill, I run like a mud
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I ganisation will enable the ,surviving you Putnam, at Long Island-seventeen
that no one could deliver this 'ad turtle, lookin ahead of me at every
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Having a IR go lot or surplusFEINTING thousand
m'embeis intact the :
to men
... I dress! ;' who would be unwilling to fall preserve mem- step to find an easy place to fall .w hen' .
MATERIALS down and the anti ryot""g\ a'lt' deeds of bold emrise"whichure old wouian ovtA- I.'
,wor,ship slavery I was Pli1"'rrcd.An; ADVERTISING IN ENGLAND.A
now of histoty.
their
gods which the abolitionists have set a portion !- took and I axd her to take my
I oilerfor snlo, FOR CASH, the following artlolca iVeiff Orleans True lla. me, London letter says :
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at up. Mr': Bancroft a accordingly .,, .lJ. watch and money., She took em in The English believe in advertising;

One-half Manufacturers' 'Prices. this. lie glorified Abraham-Lincolnfor How'BRAVE,:\IE FRAT R mp- a hurry and put em in her bo zuh1. they have tried it out and out. In
proclaiming in 1857 "that the .Well, I found a gully at last, and I the scramble of trade immense
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,I One W WASHINGTON HAND PRESS!, size No.3ta Maj. Gen. James D. Fessenden, a son a so
. 1 good ordorOneVASUINGl'OVHANDPRE58BlzeNo.. Union could not 'endure with part of of Senator Fessenden-who )has 'just rolld into it korsplo-h, for, it was,two\ and so vast a population, the man
the States holding slaves, and another in mud 'andVulel'. Tho infer-'
feet
'2, In excellent ordbr. been' mustered out of service, has accepted who 'rriakes the most noise and the
. i \250 lb., BKEVIBB.PIIIMER. part'. having free. ,jvhiteilabor\ ;i' tho position of Superintendent nels found mo there )jest. at night, and largest show; gathers the guineas.I .-

400 250 Iba.lb.. BUALb I.ONO FIOA. but he forgot to show tpa.tthePl: onl| of tho New. England,Division of the!' got me out at the pint of the, baynet. used to think Americans, and es
12 fonts JOB TYPE. had so'endured for 60 years;,and lad They marched me to 'the wolf pen;; '. Yorkers \ enterprising
20 fonts DISPLAY TYPE.: National Express Company, of which peciallyNew:! were
CHASES, DASHES, RULES:), LEADS, FUR. become a great, happy, prosperous Gen. E. Johnston of and there I stayed tiU the fuss was in, 'this. but they 'do not
Joseph formerly \'tay :
MTURE, and )In fact everything necessary" nation and I '
and that its
... In getting out u paper twice\ the size of the wealthy ; the Cout'edclute'IIrmy: ,is President. ovver.: ,'' [ begin with the EnglshJ)'; ; who,spend
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and wealth was Bill I want to make,
owing hc.ro
prosperity
,. "Righij ; merchants
"Sentinel"V.
A. SHOBER, Gen. Fessenden's head< uarters will ,beat pounds where'your spenddollars.
Proprietor Florida Bentlual.. mainly..the same institution ,of sla- } an observation. Thero wase, t fuller *
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< which j _
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k. very: He misrepresented the, Dred Boston, ;city now with mo when.I' was kotched, and I ,. I I .. I- I U.l .
for the of the machinery !

false view of the causes which of.. -company- .> operation.. tho captain and, they turned him day night, a log' 'calin in,which a negro

LIVERY AND SALE led to the\ war' A western soldier, who'h d been loose in two minutes,and he jest went woman with four children lived,

< The 'oration. 'was printed before'it through all the campaigns and bared anywhereas nateral as 'a king,, while was! consumed by fire. No' one saw

Q'f was delivered and I observed that in in of the fiercest battles of the I had :a..crossey'd dutchman standing the fire or heaUl tho cries of the vic

1" '" Stables, d. the delivery Mr. Bancroft departed war many, writes from his homo that -"ho over me. with baynet griunin from tims.. -In the morning where tho

considerably from the printed copy. never' realized; the horrors of war till mornin till night. There was some cabin had ,.stood wero: the smoking

TALLAHASSEE, FLA.. This was partially observable in what he got homo to Indiana and found Free ll\SorJl'yabout that, Bill, and if rnins,'aud four charred. masses were

he said on the Mexican question. his married ..home another one of.these' fool wary comes. all that remained its inmates.,
.. gal ,tq a< stay-at
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Having cautiously? felt hia way he dry-goods cletk. -\A '.' ., '. along; I'll jive tIiey'llet'. ,
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i BUGGIES WAGONS .I homo and for vThe firi.t'cano ever cut-.Cain thesCr
;-\RR.'AGES, ventured to speak with great severi: '. 1. 'But am now good.
x l Mexico. tttf hen becomes it.* I'm r swipe to stay' hero line ate* die ol'"Adlii .,,- Everybody "cut" hitiiafter
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of \
' HARNESS FOR SALE ty Napoleon's course Jri At twilight c\:cry to : arooster. ,
AND! direct'and *.: ? I'm all wars'a'tM .Jjghtil1( I'm : he,}liad: killc-l! ks: brother.0 .
J; r Uabaueo, V IV. ,'IHS-tf! lie made a fierce attack., :. ,>.. .;.". ,;;' ,:',: agin ,\, I t- //

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A Presidential Veto The Tide, Turning. 'Lluirury.ltems. Latest JVcus' 'itt.e: M ins.. v> 01 7
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"t Thd bill for the enlargement of the The recent town elections. in Pennsjlvania LAHARTI5E Is willing a life of Byron,,, .
TUB nl 11119fD EXAMINE ,
f Freedmen's Bureau was vetoed by Piesi- ,:,Ohio, .and Kcntuclvf.. seem to indicate and has leceived from Madame DeBoissy? k.

H dent JOIISSOK on the 19th Instant, on the a turn In the political tide The Dem her correspondence with the poet.. t .NEW.YORK, Feb. 17 --The Tribune's

TALT..AUASSEE. : ground of its unconstitutionality. All! ocratic vote shows a largo increase. TBAD. Victor lingo's new%olul 1e of poelng'ls special says j Mr.,Henry Rives, Pollard, of

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24,1866.Agents honor to ANDReW JOHNSON' for his firm- STEVENS' fiiends, in his"owahoniein being repiibhshedjin in NewYork.. the in ('Richmond air the inlei Examiner lei'ence of, having the President invoked <

a V ness and determination to do right. It Lancaster,' were 'out-voted'.by the 'Demo. The Roberts Bolhers"' otBoston,*have to secure: the rescinding of General! Teity's '-

remains to be seen whether the Radicalsin ci ats.; in their hands the original.:' mnnusciipt of t recent older suppressing his paper

for Th Sentinel. both Houses of "Congresa, can muster The Lancaster (Pa)) Intelligencer, ex- Leigh Hunt's "Book of the Sonnets withan for the expression of disloyal sentiments,
visited Oeneial' Giant before
Mr, D. H. WILSOK, at Quincy. yesterday
JENKINS at Madison. the two-thirds Vole necessary' to'piss the lilting over the Result of the late' election\ Essay on Italian and English Sonnets whom he laid his grievances, and ?of whom
Mr. THOMAS : '
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bill over the President's veto in that county? says : aod' Sonneteers.*' he asked permission to resume Ihe publication .

1 ". 't Messrs.DREW & OAKLET, Jacksonville. in the meantime it will .be been that the We give onr' opponents fair warning A Boston paper in cl' ticising!:the Baltimore l of his paper. Gen. Grant, after
Col. D.: J. TAYLOR, at Fernandiua.Maj. thatVe ,intend to elect our Democratic listening to Pollard's representations
House of' Representatives has not only Mr. Calvert's makes use of
F. C. BARRETT, at Gainesville.Mr. Governor next fall, aud to turn out 'the poems', quietly informed hint that he \vol1l,11..'-
read lire Southern Slates out of the Union Radical Members of Congress who.voted this elegant expression : "It 'wOIr'Jd bemostclr.pitalfor ceive any written conimiinicatioii addressed -
C. E. JOHNBOS at ,Monticello.s j
,f-at but deprived l.s by a Resolution, of, an'civil for negro suffi,>age.: We shall go into the him to put' his' nose .in ti(>' linn from Richmond; 'but that he
Mr. W. L. BTBOMAS Centieville.Mr. Government, declaring 'that it has fight fully determined to ,win, end with a mother earth'awhileitmong' the boosters ,could hot at present: give his decision in.

:JOHN A.:"GBDBB, at Savannah, Ga.. become the duty of Congresij to "enable"us confident reliance on the good sense, the o'Ohio and SII' 'lf a little original nature", the matter.. The Snppieshiou of the Ex
honesty, the patriotism, and the just pride amlner.was'done in pursuai.ce of positive
to organize Stale Goy cinmeuts. Per- This same: slang once talked about orders\ .
c/ race which characterizes the white men ; paper from Gen: Giant, 'who I announces ,
Notice., the -buttons During the of tbe absence Sentinel ofllie Office, nndot'.Igned will haps Congress will' jet le; "enabled" to 0('Pennsylvania.' ,Bryant ""swinging in his wing of so Ji." his intention :of suppiessing all iiew pa-, f
bas -S..-- -- \pels in tIle South which have the andacl'
b. conducted, by Hr: J, M. Don, Editor, in discover, tllat'th'ery' Southern State : ; Tripper has three daughters said to inherit ,
ty'to: come out in a similar bold denunciation -
'. already Aregularly organized The Colcimbii! Uiot. his I is '
barge. ( Oo'rern-I' genius. ,It thought:: by some of jthi.Goveinment., 1
WiT. A. SHOCEll ment. Aio these to be bvcr An interview had between Cum that be.'tias' t
? was the not enough to supply, ore "\\V ASlIIW>toN, Feb. 17.-Gen., R. E. Lee J
f Tallahassee, Feb,10, 1868. C'I ushed o't 1 If so, MID i Is it. to be dOIc1'Thai mon Council of Columbus, Ga, and' ihe .with. .._, '.*" Ivan examined this forenoon !by 'the Joint \

'I- -n. 'ie the question Militaryallthol'ltil's, Col.' BOOAKT; being A copy of poems by: George K MV" Bancrfot I Committee. on-'"HCCOUHll'U tion.I 1

rnncval Obsequies. in command, bat nothing ,'was agreed recently sold! in levy York'for.$10. : I I wn. tA\CEOFT'9- ORATION." .

.. The funeral obsequies of the late 1/ient- Trade and Tiatcl 'Between I upcn 'Ex,Pio'viMOiial Qoxeinor JAUFBJonntoy ; Edward\ A Pollard. Las.. ,eiiblislied a' pro.,I K'BW'Y ; 'Feb. 17.-The 'Ifeiald'st [ :

Col. STINSOU, U. S. A', who died in this ,Florida" aud'tvnniinli.. I has gone to Washingtou'to. urge spectiisof> his history'of the, civil wa'i.;: >pe ial',says :, Tim dip'omatrc Gulps are
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city on the 22d instant, wee attended The passengci; and shipping lists of the !' I'the President aud Seciclary;"of War("to The.book\will be sold exclusively by snbsciiption -' ,indignant especially over the Austiian Mr. Bancioft's and British oiatiotr Mmiste.is. -,

from the Presbyterian Church, (Rev'; Di.DpBosB :.' steamers. plying between Jacksonville! and withdraw all colored: tio'ops fidm Georgia. and will be. entitled "Tli.e. Last Thi>,latter i on'acted his accepts .

\ "' officiating,) tit 101: o'clock' this' Savannah ..show that no Inconsiderable The Sun says Catlti ." : tiori. 'of an invitation.to dinner at the house

.'forenoon. A large concourse of"citizens, portion of tbe travel and trade ot the latter : Col.'Bogart remarked I that from, accounts < Laniartind'ill. soon, publish. Dew of a Const-suian as soon us he\ heat II

attended. The remains were escorted to, it.is from Florida., Large as it is already elsewhere he expected! to.find' Columbus novel with thdlille ""La Mere," that the dinner' was: given n I:'liouoi.of.Mr.ISaiictoH's I
oi.-uion.
the crave by three Companies of the JiOth! however, it J will .soon' greatly' in turmoil arid confusion;and that ,An illustrated edition <>f nolmes'"Antocintof \ ,
be would, be Compelled to bung! other :THl. CONSTITUTIONAL Asrr snMRxT.
Regiment U. A.) C..T.,. and two Compa-' by the 'opening .of the Savannah > I
"y < increased troops here toy protect/ himself in his office the Breakfast 'l'able.j, ia'amoiig The, Commeici-J's special says 23 Senators -' :
nips of the 7th U. S.Tufanlry, (Regulars;) and Gulf Railroad though w e do not and he was surprised to' flidevery-; tire English holiday 'books. declare Iht'YI ill ,vote against the!
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and its Baud, whose' music solemnized tbe see thnt'tb*bulk of it, must,' even then thing} so, quiet and orderly. [ ,A Mr. Adams has '.wr,lien an' article in constitutional amendment. .

occasiun.C be necenarily diverted'from'the -....... .' .. by several! ; : ''''1 TED BY BILL ,
route. punt' which has createdtune
\ New fork drumnrers'whowere. so badly" iages,
I7No New York; mail bas >\been, received What is needed;: to retain it 1 The' it, scaled Ihev hardly knew the 'own heads a beiisation.. He believes they ale: not Special Dispatch'to the Cincinnati Gazelle.WAMinoros .

since Wednesday- evening.,' '. > izens and press.of' 'Jacksonville- ]] fare, discussing { ,r. essentially, productive! of' evil, .and, tit. is' of the ipconstruction, Feb., IG -The}couniiitteeof, ,sub; committee '}

''. .. the.question-one' of vital, 'importance ,r "Eiitcrpiisc. Baid'llI' I'es it, by incontiomitabii' facts,' fillepn, charged whir an inquiry into' this. :

[I.Y The mercury >marked ,,72 degrees( tff their city.' Their co conclusion: 'is We clip the following items, from, tbe Robert) Dale Owen is to hue two years claims of Tennessee representation in Congies -'

fill, above zero, yesterdaj-noon-al. !9,J o'clock that the two Railroads running across the Gainesville J\Vi\ Era of the 17th, as illus"tratUe for waiting life of LINCOLN. His 'pub' ,, II/IVP finished, their labors ,and as .
this morning '66 deg.: State:'from i Jacksonville lo should auiionnie.d, : hi last ni ht's dispatches, communicaled ,
: Quincy, of the different: channels in which ushers pay,him $1,000 when lie bl'gills'it, .tht'il\result, t. the '

& I. .. be. consolidated. ,.atd! ,the whole management .". enterprise: I runs now.a.days :, and, $15,000 when it is finUhcd.A .. .\esteiday' The> tub mini,committee committee -

LAW CARD.-We'would invite attention be' placed under one Diiection.! Another, bar-room .and a ten pin alley --- examined nnuy persons ot the highest i

to the Law Card of Jons" ".M.::<
Esq, Savannah, who.'nil! ] attend prompt- hope' i it will lie urged: earnestly,and persistently soon as luniliei cm, be piocnipd to put Thomas nnd Fisk, all of whom expiess
t .. quaint French wntei' who
up the,buildings necessary fur such\ ,enterprise flomjshed the oplu'n that the! fin mal idnbi ilium '
to all profession business! entrusted ; 'I
ly ., : '
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more than two cent-uiies agOj.snys : "A II f'lennessee III the Uni >n would greatly
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to him. .. ,But ,tbeie)Is still something! more need We understand that the ladies of this wi-.e man'oughttriUin, lo wliluliawand; strengthen the loyal element in that bliite::) I
& ed, to j secure all the good results attainable town are contemplating feasibility of leiiie his so'lIl fl'om'the' and Iheipfoie they 'concluded to, submit
I PA. &'GA. R R._The trains; on' the r crowd, and tlieiekee 'the main
by the proposed consolidation: Wifb giving a seiies of conceits, the proceeds to committeeuhlhur, 1't'I"'I'LI'I''Pt'I' '
Fensacola and Georgia railroad are now from whereof are to,be devoted to bu ling, a [> it at liberty, and in power 'to' judge a bill admitting, or lather le ail1111111112 -
running with the greatest regularity: quicker ,trips place' to,place and plank walk' fl'om'the'dt'p"t up to and freely of things; ;; but ,as to his oulvtaid Tennessee into the Union The
l perhaps a reduction of fares and of freight ; around tIle Com House A<]''I art'. We hope gal b'and-appearance- absolutely tollow wording If the Lill j is very\ nwnlv like
I Five new locomotives purchased by Pres tariff, another: veiy great con i eration i is, the plan.will succeed, and in furtherance and confoim himself the fashion; of'Ll'e: that of the usual eiiaLluuMits 1m the ad-
ident HOUBTOUK, will soon,be heie. We the practicability; of making close connections of the object) we will do all the printing lilli; to luubiou, of new :States:! ,. '
expect to see the entire distance from for nothing and pay foi a season ticket. ; OTIUH !iOUTllrilCONOHESSMIN TO
I ,with other,lines of travel and tr ass- -S- )1(11) ,
Jacksonville to Quincy made by daylight The name paper flays : ci'eated nil ADMHII-n.( : -
; poitatipn! and extending our com DuDi a tdr.Wbe1! NAPOLFON )IA RET
during the coming siimmei. We understand.that the firm of Savage There i ig :round fur as eitiitsr( that the
lions., For instance ; Tiums leaving & Haile Duke of BassanoTALin exclaimed; evidence taken be ,
I diy goods mei chants in tins toe the sill) ciiiniiiiUci-
Quincy at 5o'c, ock and Tallahassee a; 7' I town,t.old daring the mouth of Januaryupwai "lu alt Fiance I know ofbut, ,one greater clJuct'l'Ilingthe condition of aft,tire !in tliu '
M. Doyle A: Co., Sa 'annab. o'clock,'A. M., can easily bu run through ] 'da of $::!;;,ono worth of goods. (ass than ,MAUKT; and that is the Duke other I rebel States is such as to |im luddatisoliitelv .
The advertisement of'Ibis and : < --. the probability: of the admw-
extensive to Jacksonville! by 7 r. AI.!\ If steamers of Bassano. Ibiswasa! "itrggeie|

well.know? House, corner of Bay,'and are ready there lo sail immediately for Savannah.. I -r-- lull IIIst'e of diiuns arty of; the them present the Minia sessmn.WilY as 1'e'lI-

Wbitaker streets, will be found in another Savannah and .Charleston, then a close The march of Savanriah is onward, and Case rut JellVi' oii- Davis.U. .
column. As ,Wholesale Grocers and hat' l increased County iiniiial Court.:
connection is madg and us quick case, tl'aderilJ largely by. the : S, Attorney'General fepiii'D, in the .

I, dealers in Provisions, Liquois, &Ci\\ they probably, as.by Railroad, to Savannah.If .- re-opening of Railroad commuincatio? :1 folloum"; leUei'docs. cledil I to himself(11111 The practical operation of tins Court,

offer as good terms as can be had in New however; the trains do not connect with, Macon, Chaileston and( 'SontherAGeoigia his office ;:" occurred' foriho fist, tmif, fu I this count( ;
York or Baltimore. Their stOck is one with Jacksonville and, l Flo'ida a'fowweeks. On on' 'iuesilay, List, Ilin R. C. Lil'e,1, / ,,-j-
steamers at ; and :
passengers : in ", : ."ATTORNEY GESFHAL'S OFFICE, ) dmg, and R. 11. A[. Davidson hags( Solic-
of the }largest; in the! South*.. and dealers Express freight &c:, should have to Saturday last, the s'eaiuships Sin ;Salvador "WashmgtonJ; January 31 laCO.(\. j itnrp-o telll Two ca>esere tied, vu :

in Florida will'find it .to'th ir interest' to remain over there for 12 to, 24 hours 01 Hat:;' / Livingston;, and Hunter cleared "Sir-Sundrj' reports, the facts 'go- The State of Florid! vs Thomas Mumoe

visit'Bavannah and give! thorn a" call more/no material advantage is gained to .for New york with:f 'largo 'caigoes: ,,!ijicludiag \trig{ to show Uiat:Jeflerson Davis and Jl., for assault and battery, and the
other rebels have been' guillyof high :S:!:ale of Florida vs Willwm Davis (fur
--r the State' at, large, by consolidation, 2,000 ,bales of cullon. The funyJlshcnsilso .
ollence
crimes have been msde: to' you! as the same both upon the persons' of
BANKI.NG IN FLOEIPA. .-Our State is entitled which people in the inteiior.will not cleared for Baltimore! witl a chief OXPCU i\'e'' ofiicel', of the Go\eiu colol'et.men.. Defendants: were lin.il

to the sum of $9JOOO'!; Katfonal. have by the Savannah and Gulf Railioad. full cargo, and the ship, Dayspring for ..mem. Most of the. evidence upon which nominal damages! pal beg the costs of the .

Bank circulation, under the 21st section --- S .--' Liverpool with 1,200 bales of cotton. they are based was obtained( (,c' paste, Com. ''he new featuio of IIp. ro testimony
without notice to the accused and whilst ,being employed, excited I
of the Currency Act, passed Match 3d, Taxes Paid by' the South .... .. -- I great
in deal interest,
; I. they were custody in military, prisons, more than is usually exhibited
1865, and ,still, of the one thousand, six The New York Wo>'l bundled National Banks now in existence that' .honor of being: repiesented in the Stale nment, or the accused, or both. Whilst to give ns much attention and consid- i
communication
respondent' sags a Legislature by llnee bachelors: Well I I bee that much wrong trruy flow from ihe elation as that of the \\ hlte wil nt'sseH.-
South well
as as-North, Florida has no was to be sent to Congress last ,week, I what do think of that girls 1 1 Good The trial
; you publication, I cannot see that any good was conducted in a fair and im .'
one. We ale pleased to leArn that Mr, flora the Treasury Department, showing example, is it not ?-Gainesville,JVc 10 Era: would come from i it. J partial manner, without any manifestation

FETTES; of the old "State Bank," !is tak that; from April 1st 1805, tj J'ebruaryst: It is a good delegation better from In my opinion, then public and private of those iiiejiuliceu nhioh aie>up- I) k
I
ing measures to establish a National 1863, twenty-eight millions' oc'doJars'have'] any other County in the State.;, As for. justice alike demand lliat'they should not posed %o be so violent aaauiht the negro
be made public. lace, on the part of the Soul limo ,
'. Bank in this city .at, an early day.. been. paid; for taxes, by the Southern the "example) ," regarding; the gentlemen !1'1 am; sir, very respectfully, notwithstanding the fact that neArly. \people all

; States still out of,the pnion'!' How about from Alachua merely as "bachelois: ," pel- "JAMES SPEED,'Attojuey-Geaeml.. the jurors had been the, ouueis of slaves.

Cotton Advancing 1 the old Revolutionary doctrine.Justifying hags) the less said ''about it the better "To the President," QuintCommonwealth. .t ,
.. ...
Liverpool advices to the 24th intelligence '- -
bring armed resistance to "taxation without lep- Post Office Inspections. '
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of an advance of throe-fouiths refcentationt") Will it bold good in these 'The Senate Committee on Teintorrcs Still for,.AVar Hon. A. N, ZEVELI; Third Assistant,

of a penny per pound on cotton' r'with I later days, or !is it sort of "played out,'.' are coosideung! the question of extendingthe The voice of .Major General Jons A. Pos:master General, yesterday investigated --

heavy bales. The news brought cotton like that poor old hobby,, the {!>D1'OO boundary of the State of' Nevada, so Dir,,in command at'New York during tire the Savannah Post Office affairs very

up in the New York market, from,44 cts. doctrine 1" as to include the greater'portion'of the late troubles, is still for'.war In his re I thoroughly. He will! leave' to 11101'l"OW''

on the 19th, for m middlings! to J5ai6'cents, .. territory of Utah. The Committee favor 'cent, Address to 'the Seventh 'Regiment eluding morning New for other Orleans important: M1', ZEVELY points,is in a'* .

on the 20th.DASIEL. 1 j'THE INOBEASEO COST opt PUBLISHING this legislation in, order to get rid of the New .York "nielish," I alluding to Great North Carolinian, and has been In the'

NEWBPAEEBS.-The1' GainesvilleWew'Era admission of Utah into the Union as'a Bntain, he said i Post Office Department about thirty
'r-tf '. RICHARD/I "tier:cruisers under years He is here with very full
the powers,"
; has-been! confirmed states the following pertinent State. ; sailing rebel and Is determined
to -
by the.U.;B. Senate as a Tax-Corn- on'this subject which ought to be '- flag, have literally swept'tour, commerce mail facilities provide the best
FACTS possible
for the
The'Pennsylvauia House of Rep- front the'ocean..* Nay," more. For two ) whole','
mibMoner for Florida. He'1.supposed to understood I South. His trip is a '.
I generally : > years: the armies of the insurgents were very Important one,
hail from Maine or 'lsconsir-nearJy; allthe Befoie the waq'our'office! rent was only Bwentatives has made an appropriation kept in the field through supplies of aims, and we are HUl'e \\iIllesult most- Batibfaotonly -

Federal' appointees. serif! downihete, $75 a year ; now it is $300. Good'papel' of $500,000for' the people, at Chamber' ammunition and clothing from her work: Herald tq ZOlh.the Southern eolle-S'lfmmd) '
then' be delivered to at $3 60 burg who suffered by, the shops.. I believe it is no exaggeration to .
being from.] .one t>{ the other,,of :those foul us Pennsylvania, I ,
Satesk per ream ; now it costs 812 '. Board and Confederate raid under Gen. Lce; in 18C3.: say that she has cost us a hundred thousand EMIGRANTS Cosmo. The Charleston.*
.H. .. wages\ are alto very.much higher, 'and so { lives, antI added fifteen hundred mil. -
are all the materials used in a printing -----. s f------- lions to our national debt. Gentlemen; Courier 'chronicles the arrival there by the '
GEORGIA' CENTRAL RAILROAD! .-It is office, 1 ( $3?" The jJerlm correspondence: of the I am one of, those who believe that these steamer "Quaker City," of one bundled .
now considered certain that the:.great Germans mutt be redrtued." and
--r- --+- London Times states that 80,000, wrongs tty-flva! German emi nants., men,
Georgia Central will on again 10 operation LATFBOI FROM MExtco !-Despatches"to emigrated, to. America.last year, via Hamburg -, ,.. women and children ,They- will form a' .

front Savannah to Macon, by.the first.day the! 1st instant, received 'at, New Yorkfrom' and Bremen.' !W. On the 14th of Fbruary an affray settlement on the plantations in' Christ '
of May. Track' ,laying Is oiog on from Vera took place at the Spotsn ood Hotel, Rich- t
Cruz state Church Parish
tbat'Jiiere.was J and to raising
mond, between Di. Stuart, general cor. go cotton. ,
Gordon down, and Millen.up.at the rate great activity' the'French W A letter from St. Mary'o Ga. and vegetables ."Y
among troops ,ease respondent of the New York ."Herald, ,
'of half a mile per day at each end, and in Mexico, but not of a character 'loin! that, place is rapidly f improving. One and Colonel Garnett, late of the Confederate '

w the biid ?,es are all rebuild., dicate :an .evacuation the country by very fine steam saw mill is in operation army No weapons were used. The ? New York papers of the 15th, announce I I .
.. parties were greatly,excited that Gen Joseph Johnston ,
th arrived
m- numben
Large of, French troops there, and others are being prepared. in
that
i city on the day before anti
r r' There is now fortnightly! e of were embarking, for Tampico"which was .-, (V Government has seized all the flatboats Is stopping at the New,>\i ork Hotel., ,' '

steamers to Apalacbicola,, Florida" ,' from threatened.... by the; ; Liberals*."" Large quantities I j 17( b, Hon. George Schley died suddenly at Mobile, on the ground that the J' "" ." ,
New Yoik. .Thevessels "rlt tbe' Key of'military stores.ware''stif arrivingat of apolexy;i in Aujuatat'on :Thursday: boats States.bad Tbs belonged the Confederate t7",Anno Domini 401, the Black' Sea '"h..
action of the
West and Llnds;and.'ji\cSt\ 'j"assa e Vera CrtI4 aid,Wnz5 frnt''into"tbe last. Mr. Scbley"was of 'Geisrgla'amost thrown authorities has was entirely frozeq over, If it were to hap.'"
.. ... in great many men. !out of employ pea now Mr" Sumner would be '
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w'P; iTSlor r *+ "" .* '
miy dollar. ?. 'T i 3- .r esteemed and meat. > s- '
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''FROU WASIIL\GTOi\ Iypot6ffthe following 'on THAI STSTBSs.'of -

j '_' ; Pennsylvania, the Ra..Jieallealel' WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.LARGEST HAVE NOW IN STORE
SrAT'E jEiNMF.STS' M DOYLE & CO.
4 .1( ; TO BE In, the House of Representatives : .

.1 1, ',, ORGANIZE lie says he dreamed that he made( a sac -

I. TIlE' "PRESIDENT. .. '-T VETOES f/'i visit to the infernal regions.'and! chile engaged SUCCESSORS: TO JAS. DOYLE, 'The Largest and Handsomest
THEFREEDMEN'S in
conversation with the proprietor STOCK
BUREAU BILL. an imp announced that
Thad. Stevens Corner
.:.. Bay and Whitaker Sts.
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of Pennsylvania, was at the door, seeking In the State of Georgia ASSORTMENT OF
I WASHIJIOTOS, Feb. 10.! -The House, today admittance Old Nick promptly andt'mphatlcaly "; / *

I .by a large majoilty passed lesolu- refused him entrance, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
upon
I. tions declaiing! that the -rebellion dept the ground that he would be continually -_-_ _--.--
; l ived the people of the South of all civil disturbing the peace and order of the DRY GOODSEVER

I government' and that it now becomes the place. The imp soon ,returned Raying< < WHOLESALE GROCERS TVKKiS! MEDICINES Chemicals,

duty of Congress to enable them to organize that Thid. insisted on coming?; in, declar JLJ I'litent Medicines and Perturncri m. .
j SLnte Governments The resolutions ing that lie had no other to TraMiM, Burgliml Instrument, Dye Stuff,
place to
go FlHVorlnR ICurnetB, & & OFFERED) FOR
.c. .o. SALE IN FLORIDA
I fully sustained the President In :
After considerable anxious reflection Old AND DE1LEH8 1)1PROVISIONS Sole Aifont for ilulmbold'i Extract of Buohu ,.
: maintaining a suspension of the habeas Nick's face suddenly brightened!; as with'a '' and Bamnparllla, Ayers* Preparations, Jaynu's ,
'corpus: in the Sou them Stales, and inkeeping new idea, and he exclaimed : "Tell the Freparntlmia, .. .. Domingo Bitters and i

. troops there for the rotection: of Janitor to give him six bushels of brim Preparation Reetorer'I'homp.on'astid, Hoollund'i German BltteraCloek'sHatr Plmlon's Heir

I Uninn citizens and freedmcn. stone and a box of matches, and let him Preparations and Toilet ArtlPles.Well'B' Strength.enlnK Consisting in of

t The Pi esident sent to the Senate to-dny, go and start a little hell of his own. I Foreign and Domestic Plaster and all other Patent Medicine before 'part, .
Liquors the trade.
l'hv.-io of the FieedmiMi's Buieaubil), can't have Mill hpi'o."
in Which lie suggests! amendments lie Brown and Bleached Muslins,

takes the ground that the bill is unconati1utional Fciliatis Coming; South.NASHVILLE WOODEN" WAUIC. ALSO, .
and that the appointment ofagents Jaconet '
in every county whet freedmen Feb. 15. The must extensive and catnpleie Hock of ,

Iud I'pfugcps exist, would place too much The cotton market Is dull, with but few WlUPPIi\G PAPER

pats' IingP in the hands of the Executive receipts and, shipments.Gen. PAINTS Cambric, and .'
and Sweeney and Col. William R, Roberts V / J
enab e him to use it for the attain; I:

ment of 1 toliiical ends, wheie ho is disposed arrived! here last, night!; from Louisville &C.' &C. &C. Oils, Varnished, French Zinc, Colors! lArtlsU' Swiss Muslins,
(l. lie expresses\, the pat nest, hope They were serenaded during the and Painter's Muti-rlala to ba found In any 100- '\ '
tlon of the South, and lit prices which ABSO- ?,
I that!' a question of so much importance to evening by a' band of music. Tonight!; DTBLT DUTY COMPETITION. ,
I the conutiy willilot become a luw, unless they 'address the Fenian Brotherhood at Clinton FlauneTickings

1! ', upon! dpliht'\8tp\ ,cunsilorntion by, the people the Old Theatre. Preparations are being drLASS < .
I it shall receive\ the sanction of an enlightened made, to give them a big reception. The AGENTS FOIL ,
\. public judgment.] proceeds ot the sale of tickets'are to be
applied!, for tho purchase of arms. Every: variety of Glass, French, and Gorman
or..4. "YI.a: : C> it' sOelebrated Plate, Stained Cut and Sky Light Glass, single Blankets,
.
;ILU'ER ? ) EUROPE.fc mid double thickness.
ORDERED OFF I-The Savannah Repttb.

liter publishes the following: order in the Cloths and ,I

COTTON STILL DECLINING. c.ise of Aaion Bradley,- held in custody Albany Pure French Brandies t

fur using! seditious language:: in thai city : Cassimeres.Ladies'
THREATENING r MESSAGE FROM "Tho Secretary of War directs that IMr: >iRIALCREAM .

FRANCE Aaron1 Bradley colored lawyer, from AVines :Whiskies,
Massachusetts be ordered to leave the

Nnw You, Feb 19.-The steanibhip State of Georgia and go North ; and that, ALt:: For Modic'lml purpose; and a largo supply of

'k: Eutupa: has UI'I lived\ at IIdlifll)(. on his failure to dd so, the sentence of other Liquors for general uuo. Dress Goods.

f MA.BKF.T3. the military commission in his case 1m, Surnnnah' Oil, Feb. 24, 1800. 1m
Bruch Foucher & CO.'sOl
carried into
Cot tpn In Livep-ool had declinod l'2d effect. ,

rv on American and 1 4d to Id on other descriptions ----.------. JOHN M. GUE1ARP. J LMPA.GNES.Solo French Merinos, e

\ ,j,Snlps of the week, 61,000 DEATHS.
'bales! Middling Orleans 18 3 ]d. :Sales
: Attorney at Law Agent of the only true Imported Brand English Merinos
nf Friday, 10,000 bales, market closing In the country, vlr/: Curio D'Or Lao; D'Or, and ,
Iii lilt'r. purticulaily on .Ameiican quali DIED, In Tiillnliiuuire, :Florida, on the eveningof Silcry,pronounced by all cutinoln etir. superiorto
Sales bales the '.'2d list, of Coiiftumptlon. resulting from 173 Hay Street, any heretofore ill use.
ties. of Satuiday, 8,000 ,
,,'oulld.recelvod In battle near Dallas, Georgia Alpacas,
luaiket closing quiet and steady.. In May, 1804, Lieut. Colonel II. M. STINSON, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.February Special Agent for tho American Vlnlnito Cora-
'h'e-ttlcnties were quoted at CO 3I..- U. B. A., aged 22 years I >', and a large Block of their celebrated Cii-) -
Col Smso.i; l' wa nn Ald-du-Camp to Major Ran bund. French and
Consuls, SU ;U-Iu89. Oeuenil O. O. HOWARD. 24,1306. LitWILLARD'S bral.ld. constantly on English Poplins,
-----
POLITICAL.Finnle .
My special arrangement with Manufacturer\
it is said, has sent an inquiry to ------------ and Importers of the North, and In Europe, war Poll de Cheevers,

\Va,uinstnn rdnccininti, the inleuMons ol COMMERCIAL.TALLAHASSEE rant mo in not only guaranteeing tho ubnoluto
.
I'urlly and Genuineness of my entire stock but
the Uiiiled :States with leteience to Mexi[ LIVERY STABLES ..Ioornnble me to Hell any of the above mentioned Plain: and FancyA.1

'. cu An ipfnlion to occupy the hitler MARKET.SCXTINEL lines of Ioods..t first cost prices-lu some
lines even long titan transportation.A .
ci'iini'-y will he icgauled by Fiance as a
i ()YPICR, > qL'Il\'CY, JXOKIDA. Wool
emus t/iJ. 'rALLAHARaxa, Flu., Feb. 24,1806. \ n examination of my Ilrloe.IIIU.tlllll\ these
CCTTOX.Vn l', are always In readiness to convey .tlll.uent.11I every particular)
STILL LATCH FROM EUKOPL, HACKS iiter{ arriving on the lull]road trains, Delaines
4r I \ hear uf no sales In our market holder toCHArrAllOOOHEKuraijypoititUM\Iilch I
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
ptul,'rring tu await an advance In prl<:<'.. Our they may cluairu to go.
corro.v ADVANC'EV.Pun'rLANo lust T1IKO. W'ILLARO.February America Delaines
quotation were : ,
22, 1806. Iw .
W M WALSH
Middling.-.i4: a 36 ,
Ft.h. Id.\ -The steamship Oidluaiy........... _............._.32 a 33
... Moravian 1 has arrived! at this. :port with UENKR1L" $ARHET. FOR SALE. V E. Cor. Itnrnaril A: Hrouglttoii Sis, Fancy Silks,

'. advices haul Europe to the lOth iiibt.MAKKK'lH. Corrected by Alerttr.ilcr Callte, Grocer.

:If bbl------------"........$16 00 a IS 00 rpHK otibacr.bor bus for sale several hundred SAVANNAH CEO. In great variety
Buckwheat! per bbl._............ 18 00 a 20 00 JL biirtlieU of ,
The Lhetpool! cotton market ,was Uoiiilny per bushel............... 150 a 200 -
l'uu\ ant !uiid! bed advanced 4d on Atner- Horn/ Jfcaf......................_.. 160 a 00Cottea. Royal Petit Gulf Cotton Seed fob 6, ]8 6LfGEORGIA 'VV'ln.'terShn""CV'l: : ;
Kvi"aud! -1Id t' 13d oilier descriptions. _....-............... ........ 38 a 40 ,
1 on Fresh Beef.... .._................ 10 a 15 .
:ales IIC the week, 70.000; ) bales ; Chlckenc, per pB.r.-_..........._ 75 a of a very prolific spooled Also, several 1 huiijrud TELEGRAPH AT ALL PRICES.
s.ilt-s of Friday!) 000 bales, holders demanding Kgga, per dozen_.................. 25 a 30 bushels of Long Staple Cotton Hret!. .
: an advance. Butler, per pound........ ......__. 75 a S5 Apply to E. HOUdTOUX: PUBLISHED AT
: Cheese-------------------- 40 a 50 or to JAMES: t!. J1OU8TOUN: ,
Middling: Orleans was quoted 1\11!> 2d. .. on I'laiilatlou.\
Hweol. Potatoes, per bushel---- 75 a 100 *
Five-twenties were qii'Urd 67 14 to Ii-ibh Fota oe., per barrel......... 7 On :t February 22, 1866. 2w MACON, GEORGIA ,
U73-4 Consols, t6! 3-,] loSvJ 7.8. Union, per burrel................. 7 00 a 8 00 Cloths and Cassimercs
Lard, per pound................ 25 a 30 DAILY AND WEEKLY.JAS.R.SNEED&SAM'LBOYKIN.
POLITICAL. U.icon, per pound................. 20 a 25 Goods *
Ties Spiinl-il' G.veininent. at Cadiz has Whiskey, per gallon................ 3 60 a 650 New New Goods! IN GREAT VARIETY.
Hides, dry----------------------- 08 a 10Hides
bei-n notified by the Spanish Minister, at \green----------..-.... Ola 05 ,
Ltodoif, by telegiani, of the departure of MONTGOMERY NEW GOODS EDITORS.: IIATS AND CAPS,
vessels iron the Mersey, under the Peruvian MARKET

> flag to l piey upon the commerceof MQNTOOUERT Feb. 16, 1306. 'BOOTS AND SHOES
TEIt SIS OF SCBSCH1ITIO.\ : ,
The cotton market dull and nothing doing. ,
Spain. Middlings 30 to 37o.: bully Edition, per annum........_....-.._(12 00 C
,iVThe :Spanish:! Chamber: of Deputies, in Weekly Edition,per annum.............. 4 00 HARDWARE
tssptiime t'llhe Queen's speech, offered a AUGUSTA MARKET.AIOCSTI sub.crlpUon.reoelved for the daily for less thana ,
resolution setting forth the increased flnanclal Feb. 15, 1806. M. A. Dzialynski year at the same rate.

tlculties:( and Mating the necessity The cotton market continued unusually dulli CROCKERY,
fart balancing the expenditure with with a downward tendency. The decline in for- qiHE NEW PROPRIE'fOR8C1fthe'felegrMl'bare ,
RECEIVED: AND
HAS IS STILL
raise *elicn markets ban had a moat depressing edict are resolved to spare no labor or expense to
to
the revenue as it was impossible upon Clip local market make it the LEADING PAVER of the State. Tin Ware & &c.GR.OCrnB.JES.
JI) K. taxes. 1UCEIVING: if not of the South. In addition to its regular c., .
_, _....:. MOBILE MARKED: '. corps of editors-uho are men of much experience
NEW YORK MARKETS.: MOBILE,Feb. 14. 1866. And well cad Kivorably known in the
Selected Stock have able at
A Well of Goods, South-we employed rorrespondents
NEW YORK, Feb. 19.\: -The colton mar. Tun Sutton market la still unsettled on accountof most of the leading points of Interest such a.
continued unfavorable new, With. good Washington Now York, Pane, Liverpool &c. :
hpt b quiet ; middlings, 4 Ic. block on cute and fucioia willing tellers at quota' CONSISTING OF .
Gold, 137 14. tions, only 600 baleft were disposed of, the market LEADING FEATURE.
Feb. 20. Cotton market closing quiet and dull. Middling 42c. FLOUR .
YORK -
NEW
Thc leading feature In the Telegraph will be .
firm. Middlings 43alCc.: devotion to the rights, interests and feelings I
Gold, 137 1 8. Dry (Goods of Georgia and her stricken si-tor Stated ; we : '
FINANCIAL.NEW would lift them up from the valley of humiliation SUGAR, > .
.
--.--- exhort them to a lurgetfulnesa of the past, .
(except its (glories,) and nerve their arms for the
The late cord: spell was!
COLU SPELL.- Tons Feb. 151668. arduous struggles of the future. TOBACCO, &C., &-c.
remarkable, and we compile the state 0: Tbe Post's money article contains the following: Boots and Shoes
in various on the COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT.The ; .
the thermometer places The loan market la inclining to greater eaee.Th9 -
I capitalists are apparently weary of keeping Powder Shot and Percussion
15lh instant: commercial department of the Telegraph ,
Toronto, Canada West, at t ::30-20: ::: be. their surplus funds unemployed favor and are Inclined. .O L O CIIIle- C5- will receive special attention. Daily reports will
to look with more on applications for accommodation the Caps.
be given of all Inn leading markets of Union
The stock market shows
low Ze,1'U. more together with a full weekly review nf the local
8 17 at 0 w 2 activity than for Borne days, and there i. at present
Montreal. at R. m. p. LATEST STYLES OF market ; whileon the arrival of every Bteami'r.
a little more outside support to the movement, political and commercial acuoiinu, will
below. but the chief buyers of stock ore.for most European
part be In this we hope to otter such
respect
given.
15 above zero at sunset .
of the
Quebec within the l.mlts speculative cliques.a -
.' Niles, Michigan, 3 p. ro., 5 below zero overnmenta are steady, and railroad bonds, are Ladies and Gentlemen's Hats, advantages visitor aa will to make the counting-room the Telegraph of an Indiapensabie every- Wines & Liquors
firm liunk aharea dull. Petroleum char lire ,
sunset 12 below zero. merchant and tradeaman.Education .
,' .d East Saginaw, at ,
Irregular. Mining shares, though lower.lu'o active
and the ]Mocbiuilo Aria
: Agriculture
C'hicago! 4 1-2 below zero. stocks.
especially gold
HOSIERY &C. will be fostered aa the true sources 01'1111 national
I DalriiU, zero. -]MOBiLe Feb. 14., 1866. and Individual prosperity, Tho largest Stock in theStat&CONSISTING :
i 5 below at.daylisht.
Toledo, zero :
and at 138 to 140o. Silver THE WEEKLY TELEQRAPIJ.
8 below Gold buying selling
'It., Columbus Ohio aV daylight buying and soiling at lllj to HOo. Sterling Hills. Which he offers on low terms forC ASll OF
;. zero i at 9 o'clock, 10 below zero. lading) bills 144 to 145o. New York exchange: or COTTON. The proprietors take a apcolnl pride in presenting .
. There was a great snow storm all over commercial, bills, 6 dnys sight, nomiual.BLACKSMITHINC) their weekly edition to Urn public. It
contains eight or tifty-slx oolumus;, almost
Jfaeon Telegraph, pages WHISKY BRANDY GIN CHAM
the Noi'tnwest.- exclusively of reading mutter, In otujhoimnber, ,
Hayward's Old Stand.
.R "if i --- and in point of typography and general appear 1'AGNE PORT SHERRY AND
1 STEAMBOAT SDHK.-We learn that the an*), ia without a rival at the Boutb. tipecimeunumbertsent CLARET WINES COCKTAIL
-
..n,ii. new Steamer 1f hit, hose sunk a few days by mail to all applicants. AND
t' f!" t tao, In the Flint River, below Albany, H. B. FITTS & CO. NOTICE. Addresa all communications onluainosa to STOMACHBITTERS

: loaded with 600 bales of cotton for Apa- pow prepared to execute every desorip. ALEXANDER QALLIK ) WM. A. REID & CO., &c., &c.17Tbe .
.
:: ,lachicola. It MM brought out for the ARE of versus ) Attachment Proprietors, fie, Maoou. merchants of Florida, are respectfully -

express purpose of navigating; the Flint. BLACKSMITHING ''-' VALENTINE M.JOIINSOX. February 15, 1866. 47-tf requested! to examine our stock;

:" Quincy Commonwealth, 23d. In the best manner and aa low aa irm r nnnthe Amount sworn to, $18 871.rpIIK before deciding tQ purchase' la New York
I. .. cost of material;!, &0., will admit "1. Tuey defendant and all others Interested! are PRIVATE BOARDING. as we will\ duplicate: all bills at New York
; ", BISHOP VTiLMiB.-The Right. Reverend bava secured toe aerrlcea of some of the L hereby notlllod of the commencement tf the prices, thereby saving them time and
. before TIITR3. J. II. ALSTON U to'accom
,. t above suit, and to appear me In the city of prepared
t> ,1 'j Bishop Wilmer, on Wednesday of :BEST SMITHS IN TIlE STATE. Tallahassee, Leon county, Florida, on the second 1U, module fifteen or twenty. day boarders, at freight. .' ,
r.. last 'week, complied with all the con Monday In June, 1866, and plead to' the same, or her residence near the Methodist Church, in Ibis J.(j "rositioely! no good old at ,retail
the late General Con Those who may favor ua,with their\ patronage judgment will be given by default city. the! \la also prepared to entertain transient
by
ditions required
I will ba guaranteed entire satisfaction. O. U. F1SUER, eustomera. Evory c.re14 atteutiou will| be cKIMiin &
vention. in order to his full acceptance and I Jl 7SboO nearly opposite' the font Oiflce.14b Justice! of the I'eaci. given to the comfort of the curst.Jau. / / Alley.Dic. .
recognition as Biauon of Alabama I :aiaeu-tr February 16, 1868. fobJ7-ow3ia 30-1111 I 1865-tf
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the Knoxville l (Tenn.) Commercial, 'Ducking: Women. { _
A SONNET. ( WHOLESALE AND 1 RETAIL ';'STORE.:
The Legislattire'of Virginia in the
k Colonel Killed by a Negro Soldier ,
,calling It to allow, two centuries .
not beauty old and
Profane good days, a I
worth that will soon pass, and the SoldierHung by a -f
of little
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A gowd llnde It soW half enacted the law ... .. I, ,
r Bv thy sweet face, my love nonn Mob ago, following .r. ....' ,1k. \'"""
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hoVeeaitalmagolneotrueRglnM. :
f.'lr but makes me foci for punishment of women : '

If To What Time look Joy on from to forms gaze: those on lees thine soft .j\lines what one low grace to me should A most in our atrocious city yesterday murdor was, at committed half- James"At Cittie' a grand, in the assembly year 1616 held, were in
And I'ahoulJ mlm what'll!), ao sweet to see past> eleven, at the Charleston depot, passed many acts to tho: glorie of 01' ,} ,....
would cease, thy beauty gone; I ------ \ .
Not that my love ., .
sale .
where tLore .
1 My soul),belOit won,It thine betide what limy; was a government Almightie God, and the.;jpnbliqne I I
Tot who could loses treasure once his own, n-progress. C. M. Dyer, late Lieutenant good of this his Maje'stie's colonie of Wr UESI'ECTI'ULLY IIVFOUM: OUR FRIENDS THAT \\'l 'liA"':
that It should ?
Nor grieve at heart pass away :NLD! A StAt
Thy Winy, tbough not thou, 1>yot of thee Colonel of the 1st Tennessee Virginia." Among them was the

A part o true, ll must be loved by me. I Cavalry, one of Tennessee's best !sole, following, entitled :: "Women causing Wrnollirn llim .z.1 ID Im: i1mJ S3'iECm' ) '. : "

Biers and one of our best citizens, scandalous suits to bo ducked." ', ..,. '

The Shenandoah. was deliberately murdered by a negro ''"Whereas, oftentimes, many bab- : tlie'Old. Stand' In Tallahassee,where we are' prepared to supply customers with nil kinds. 0', I IUI'y

-.' I soldier. ling women often scandalize their
Goods Groceries Hoots and Shoes '
INTERESTING LETTER FEOM CAPTAIN So far as we are able to learn, the neighbors, for which their poore husbands .

WADDELL facts are as follows : are often brought into-<:har; a- HATS
CAPS
& CLOTHING
_M___ K The Colonel in company with blc- and vexations suits and cast ih HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND .

IV A letter from Capt. 'WadJell, late Captain Sharp, having completed his great: damage : AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS :'

of the, Confederate cruiser Shcnan- purchase!, went to threar of the "Be it therefore enacted by tho : ,

Noah, has been made public. Tho building, which contained the property authority) aforesaid, ,that in actions of .ILt tllc XjO-ctrocBt CJ e ..e :l34( :I: ::=>jeioos3 for dash or-

Captain appears to feel bitter disappointment : they had bought ; at this placea slander occasioned by the wife, as I COTTO> .

over the result of thu late : negro! guard was stationed, with aforesaid, after judgment passed for I ('
He that the South has I order to' allow no to enter shall be Having eitnullaheii branch of our houfo In Now York, wo aiepippared to fnrulsb lieodi of nil
war. says person tho damages tho woman .
kinds, In any qnaiulty, on the guoiteat notice and tbu most ud\untugeoua: tuna. "i, '
played false to her cause ; ho hast the; building except on business. punished by ducking ; and if the .

Yety littlo respect for her; 'he does Each of the'gcntl men had the nec- slander b'e so erroneous as to be adjudged Cash Advances Made en Cotton Shipped to -

not believe she was in earnest ; she cssary, papers in hand, to show that at a greater damage than five .

will never again take .the field, etc. I be .,was":" entitled I I to entrance, and hundred pounds of tobacco, so adjudged I''ICKISSSCTT & COD

Regarding himself, ho says : Capt.: Sharp did enter unquestioned, J. against her husband, if he refuses I .

"I am now\ in exile, but far from but Col. Dyer, who was immediately to pay the 1 tobacco." N'EVU' "Yort.E:..

being a ruined man. I won't go to following the Captain, hIs orderedto If a similar law was to be passednow Tiilliilmmico, Jin. 9, 1805-ly u._____ __ ____

sea any more if I can help it. The' ]halt ; the Colonel told, the guard what an uproar it would cause.

feeling shown toward me through the ho was after his property: at the same The negro question and "restoration" PEN & GEORGIA RAILROAD, I Emporium;) 'of Varieties: ,

restriction placed on,my wife is decided. time showing his papers, and then. would sink into insignificance.. ': fi 'TIjS. \.,.j;. 4 I
-
It is just the feeling I like, stepped in the building, when the .1' '{ 1I ;Il'''' ,

through the tyranny to her is humil- guard fired nppn him, shot him I I THE Bor Cuoius IN NEW YORK.- -IIi WM: P. 'SLESSEK: i ,

.iating to the nature of man. I have through the breast, and kill' II him The Episcopal churches in New York i CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ,

written her to release her bondsmenand instantly.. City are beginning to adopt the system TALLAHASSEE, Jan, 15, 1S66. '1.' .('>. I. I. A. n:.A. s S K E, :I"I.A..

inform the government that she The body(! of the murdered man of boy choirs, to such an extentas 0.1 sad after this ilulc the Trains
the FeiiMitoln mid Geurgla r .Unllruud Copper, Tin and
will
her to her husband.As I taken of lead the that such .
owes allegiance was immediately possession to to impression run dully ua follows: SIIKET
my case now stands, I do not and placed in a metallic coffin, preparatory I choirs will, before long, become the EASTWARD. MAKPFACTURK1; : ?',

think tho bond is worth the paper it to sending him to his homeat ruletathcr J than the exception. A Lave Quincy nt..............1._.... 4..'10 A. M. I .
Arrive HI Tnllitlia aeo at------------ 1)80) DEAIKH: IS
is written! on. In a court of law, I New Market. In the, death 01'this visitor U> tlrHarious churches on a Lunvu TalhihaMee at.'........__..__. 7.00 :
.........__ ..
.
Arrive at Madison at 11.00 "
know it would fall. gentleman we have to deplorethe SabbrdE will find a good many more Leave Madiinti nt.....__...........H.30 English, French and, Domestic i
"You have seen Mr. Welles' report, loss of one of Tennessee first exam plus of this innovatidn upon es- Arrived at Lute City i\\}_............ 3.OL 1' M. Goods ." f
I I Ho does when defenders and best citizens. lie left 'iabliaheil, than! he had previously WESTWARD. -
me justice
suppose. usage
I Lc.ivoLnka City at............._.... 8.30.\1, M. '
he writes that I "ceased my depredations ; his home and joined the Union armyas imagined potoib'e.' At Trinity i Arrive ntM.idlwn nt................1220 1'1.. Plain Fancy & Japanned Ware1'
when I heard Mr. Davis I ih Church have Leave Madison at...?..._......<.....1260 !
a private early as long en-
wasa Kentucky as choir-hoys
Arrive at Tallahansi at............. 4,'M I
prisoner." lie wilfully lies when 1862. '. joyed a high reputation for caretul Leave Tallahassee at......____...... 5.00 LTCVE
that I skilful Arrive at(Jillncj\ at .....__......'_.._ 6.30 I' HEADQUARTEnS.A .
he writes continued "cruising The guard, after having done this training, good nice;, and ex-

against unarmed whale ships when I terrible deed, Was arrested by Capt ecution of cliPiiuilt music. Next in Leave. Tallahassee STdlARKS at.......TRAIN.......... 7.30 A. 11. large and handsome variety of
knew that the armies of the South I Wainwright, and sent under guard reputation to Trinity, but its superiorin '\rrive at Bt. Marks nt..__...__..... 0.15 "
Lee St.: Murks lit.....___.__.....12.00 M. '
had surrendered. The facts are to his ofiice. natural talent and careful culture, Arrive nt Tallahassee at------------- 145 P. (1.KS COOKING STOVES,
these : By this time an infuriated mob comes the boy choir of St. George's ] half\ an hour will be glvi'ii oil the arrival
of tho curs at Mnd lou for Dinner, going from +
"After reachiug Dehring's Sea I had gathered, and proceeded to the (Rev. Dr. Tyng's.) As yet the boysare and coining tills way. Combiuitig
the ship William office and demanded the but assisted that be- A lino ol Hingca! between Qulni-y, Balnbrldijo I :
captured Thompson negro, by lady singers, and Albany, und between Munticollo atid Thoinnavlllo B1IJJET IHOX, .
and brig Susan Abigail. Loth the officer being unable to' producehim ing a sort of compromise to educate w III connect with tliu.tr ilnr.E. 'I

had left San Francisco! in April last. was menaced with threats of the congregation into accepting the Jan.16, I801J-If 110USTOUX Incident., AlR-Tia'llT' .

These captures were made about the I hanging for being accessory to his system.In ,' I

23d of June, and from each I received escape. Through our intercession church music tho effectcf these Hodgkiss,.Scott & Co,, B'OX, ANDPAItLOU t

the San Francisco papers. These the mob agreedthat we, in company boys voices is' very grand. S.. COOKING STOVKS,
'papers professed to have the correspondence with the officer, should seek him, George's choir is particularly' ich in COMMISSION MEEGtANTS, *';
between Generals Leo and but in All liinnnpfl in a nost; and ihii.ililc, iii an-
our search was vain: boys altos, and! few other choirs give NO. 24. OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. I
Grant concerning the surrender ofLee's Returning to tho mob we informed the chants of the service with greater ner. They con bflhliipped' lo any pnil of ( .
of IlnmbeUon BrotJiura -
.Thoa. II. TIod"kl.a.lnlo the coiintiy with jieil'cct I nnt'ettlOVC>: L
army. They also stated that them of the fact, when three or four precision, or better effect. Bal tl ntoru. I|I I'lTi'Snnd ELBOWS conftnrilly! i-n l.iniil.
G. \V. of Sri,,of G. W Scott & Co.,TallaD.
IC\lIt.: -
Mr. Davis and Cabinet were in Danville ol them again took the officer to re- i ho.'o. Out-door \\olk-l'in Koi/luiji: // Gl1t i li'i j;
to which the Confederate Government new the search, making the success Sen' in H. I'oolo, of firm of Poole & Babbitt, B.ilt hig down 1'ijies0inanientiil. \ Ih'1J
y1'faf' unts England seem Ga.W. '
bridge ileiids, Sheet Zinc Sheet L, ad.l .
had been removed, and that of the search a condition of his own to have turned the tables on their I G. Poole, of firm of G. W. Scott & Co., Tilllahaasue : wink'of,
:: Shop dc
Mr. Davis had issued Fin.I early ipLiIJ11
life. At about o'clock the
proclamation two murderer '
-
masters and mistresses.-Boston Com dune oir blioi)I nolicu.
informing the Southern people that was found at the Government mercial.
attention given to the sulo of all kinds of I'OOlJtN
Special
'the war\would be carried on with re corral'I, where he had secreted him- Masters and mistresses in the Notion.S.: ..

newed, vigor."I self.In South have been treated in tho same SOUTHERN I'RODUCE, ,\ : WARE
'Was made possessor of as late attempting to make his escape way. At least they have had the I and to the purchase and shipment of WILLOW WARE, ,

news'by'these two captures as any of about a dozen shots were fired at Bureau turned on them.-Ib. Household and Plantation Goods, TOYS,
the whalers] hud, and I continued! my him, three of which took effect, but CHRISTMAS; l'IlE'J'g:
work until it was completed in the none seriously disabling him. lie The powerful article from the Wares, Imnleiueiils, Of every description on hand. ('all ant

Arctic Ocean on the 18 tit of June, was at length captured and draggedto Chicago Tribune, published in an- MACHINERY. examine, 78c6Saddle Lefoie piiiLhabinf'(::111 elsewhete.Kov. .
when I had succeeded in destroyingor the corner on which the office of other column, in favor of a militarytrial -

dispersing the New England wha the Freedmen's Bureau stands, where of Jeff.. Davis, will be read with REFERENCES I Harness and CarriageESTABLIEIUIENT -

ling fleet. I left tho Arctic on the an attempt was made to hang him. satisfaction by every patriotic man : .

29th of June, and shipped from some Up to this time he had exhibited lit and woman in the land.-Washiny- J.Moltus L Moore Currier, Uritlln& Co., Ua., New York. !

of the whalers eight men on that tle or no sign of life, and it was gen. 'toii Chronicle. Bryant Groom Montgomery, Ala.; -.e---" r

very clay-men. of. intelligence, all erally supposed that the rough treat- And all the devils in will be A.il. IJdnd B 'lid,,Macou Macon,,Ga.Ga.
trained soldiers. It is be Jaa. G. Whltfleld,Deinopolla\ Ala. I Lus'o Just rc'crited u large U"Ir.u.t. .
not to beheved ment he_ had!. experienced had! proved equally delighted.-Mobile Ado I Wm. Bally, rrealdent Stale: Bunk ef Florida, tiiriil ol liuode,coimlatii, g of .
that those men would have fatal: j but upon being pulled up by ,,.Tailahaseon.Thos. .
''taken servile in the Shenandoah if the he that A' The Emperor of Franceyon E. lliimbelton, Prea. Md Fire Ins. Com OontleniFn'u and l.udim' Puddled,
struggled so violently
rope Baltimore. Fine' Double and Slnelp Hiinn.,
they believed the ,war ended. the rope broke and he fell to the the opening of the Chamber, ?2d pany Out 24-tf Bridles, Collar and Whlra.faddlii '
t ult. made this --"-- : Cloths i ,
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"Before significant announce-
leaving Behring's Sea I
ground.Jumping. Shoe! Findings uf every descrhitluu <
fell in with no vessel until I communicated he made a desperate ment : "France has no political PRATORIUS &; CLARK, leather of all klndu,
up
with the British bark Barra- attempt to escape, but was soon over- State prisoners in jail, nor political Travelling.Iddlo"n
couta, from San Francisco 2d August, powered, .and then taken to the yard exiles beyond her frontier." Such is MERCHANT TAILORS: Carriage wagon and Trimming IJuuuy Huba, :

fourteen days, bound for Liverpool.She rn front'of Captain "Wainfrr'ght's 6f this day the condition of "despotic Buggy /Bliafta: ,Spokes and fume,
informed me of the of France." In free America the case is TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Buggy Axles and Spring .
capture ice, where, after procuring a stronger .
Mr. Davis and a part of his cabinet ; rope and allowing the wretchedman different.A KEEP CONSTANTLY ON IIAND CARRIAGES AND BtTGGIE
and varied
tale a large assortment ofGENTLEMENSCLOTHING
also of the surrender Gens. Johns- a few moments to appeal to the new made from crude .

ton's; Smith's and Magruder's armies, Source of all Mercies, the inexorablemob troleum, gas is being, introduced into pe- of 1IIoohlll1l every di'iwrlpflon Ifolting./ ,

The Barracouta furnished that news hung him to a tree. It was Chicago. The Chicago Post Work made to order and Repairing ddne with I

the first time I had heard it, and Iinstantly fully twenty minutes! before he ceased the light of the petroleum gas is fully eays ALSO, dispatch Agent for. 'Whe'lor & Wllaon' and, Dowe'. r\ .
ceased to cruise,and steered : to struggle and fifteen minutes more Sla'lr'ING lUACIiINES. t
,
four times greater than tho light of Cloths J. E'PUnDY.
for Cape Ilorn.' : 4.: efore the judges pronounced the the coal gas, and that it can be madeat Ta\lllhn..oe Oct. 2B.-If I I

THE SHENANDOAH fact that his guilty spirit had taken a much less cost. Cassimcres SOUTHEUIV EXPORT: .
leave of its ghostly tenement. ,
ran from the Arctic to Liverpool in The city of St. Louis has"(21 Cath- I AND !

130 days'fl'om; the line on the Pacific The last scheme for the relief of olic churches, 16 Lutheran 13 Methodist Testings, IMPORT COMPANY. .

side to the Cape in 26 days ; Broadway, ;New York, is a railroad 11 Presbyterian, 6 Baptist, 6 : I j.

from the Cape to the line on the At to be built on arches which are to Episcopal, 1 Christian 1- Congregational Neck] Ties,
COMPANY la
]lantic i in 26 days, and from the line rest on pillars at the curbstones on 2 Unitarian and 2 UniversalIf TillS prepared to rake liberal now organized advances\ undue on \ 1

to Liverpool in 24 days. Two of ray 'I either side of the street. } Suspenders,. .
died of Cotton and other ,
crew disease when near Liverpool Produce /
{
; otherwise nothing happenedto I U- The- women dress for the I3J" If you want to 'get a favor Gentlemen'Hose &c. .

mar our cruise ; HO accident men, and the men for the women.f .- from a mau, feed him: A man, likea ooualgned I"our Agent. Liverp oaa l.. The pre'
occur- en I value of Cotton In Liverpool Is from 60 to 64
red during the cruise. ., all would 'dress simply for themselves horse can't be managed till he has Oentlpmea'e garments out and made to full.onable eentsperncundkrgoeSUpluadCotton,and from .
"So ends naval it would be a great deal bet- had a bit in his:mouth [ style and superior manner. 80 to'1.32 cents for good lung Cotton In Gold..
my career-and I taT Store next to T. B. Tatum'i. We will advance one-halTIU value in Gold or its
am' called a 'pirat !I' I .made New tel' I'I October M-tf equivalent ID currency. .
A French We aollcltordera from the
only for goods Merchants
newspaper says
England suffer .aft a I do not" egret IJ7" "One-armed Berry,? the gee.rilla .hree'of its subscribers bald and Administratrix's :Notice. 'and Flantera. The strictest attention raid to the ,
are maleat) ordera for from '
goods Franca 1.
England
it. I cfanot !
be cgndemnedL bv any tried by a'Militaryv: Commission they are in arrears for subscription. SIS months aftv'date I will present my no- und German". > '. ,
honest thinking man. l.farrendered: 'Louisville has"been and voucher ai Administratrix x of the RIC'IIARD F. FLOYD, President,
Ky., found estate of L. KI. White, to Ibo honorable Judge of Jacksonville Florida:\.1
the vessel to the British Government* guilty,*a.nd"Zi1l" be--hanged&'3f arch 'A military definition for a kiss-a Probate of Leon county for a final lettlement E.T. PHHK,Agent, Liverpool, England i t -' ,, "I
and all aieunconditionally'feleSsed! ,* ,* "* :'*', and ask: for a dltcharse. E. M. WHITE, .I. T.IBBBNIRB. Agent TafliihuHccSFIa. .
: at 'r-
.......... .th lrd.i 4 ,. report headquarters"J j Jan.'18,1888-6m "Adm'X. Nor. 19-3m ,. 4

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