The Florida sentinel
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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 27, 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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FROM LOCISIAM.STJOSKPH Darlington New Era publishesan
These reflections] Were uttered by
14 PI1BLIIDED.JV2ItY. : A VISIT TO HIS SETTLEMENT AT CORDOVA the General during the 'course of a TENSAS PARISH, LA., ) interesting report General W. ,
MEXICO. Jail 30 186H '}j" P. Richardson commanding the military
Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday, lunch served to us by Mexican! attendant 1a'IY' ;
AT TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. The special correspondent of the and which consisted chieflyof Some statistics in regard to the x district of Sumter; General
New York Ileurld under dat TERns: Cordova, December 23d 'gives an ac- The General, pointing to a large spring of 1801, when I left; may be "Having just returned from a tour
..xN ADVANOErJ'er cOUnt of his visit to Gen. Price, en coffer standing in a corner, said that interesting to a l large portion of yonr through the northern and western _
the of !MexicoThe\ readers who have portions: of my, district, I bare the
route to ,City : that box contained all the not witnessed the ,
Annum........|<6 00 : papers re- honor
to the existence
For Six Month......g 00 writer,is"a Northern man. He says : lating to his campaigns-about four desolating tiack of war. This Par- report of a
ttliiftl.:! Co>"le.......................... 10 The stnge had just reached the hundred and sixty pouuds' of manu- ish contains 570,000 ncies of land, very favorable condition of affairs.
.- - top of a small hill,-when I saw in the script-and that he should like to 120,000 under cultivation before the "Meetings were ,held at Bennetts-
BATES OF ADVERTISING. plain extending before,me a few tents find a historian who could write it war; 240 plantations averaging 500 yUle Cheraw Chepterficld and Camden -
scattered here and there and at' each and were .attended- by large
to under {
TO II PAID ran IX ADVANCE !i out. acres plantation, cultivation -
On quaro, ((12Nonp..rellllnr>,) or lees, fat:;the about five hundred yards a cluster of "These," added he, '"are the most 400 acres in cotton and 100 numbers of freedmen and many,
,(lrit lunerllon................... ....... (I '00 it dozen unfinished houses, pleasantly complete and reliable documents in acres in corn, &c. Cotton mrtde in planters. .
Eacb itibicqnent Insertion ............... 76 situated along a brook fined witha existence concerning the Confederate I860, 83,000 bales ; in 1861), 100, "The freedmen are entering into .
Estate and Legal Nations to be charged row'of trees; and plants.. "What is army'of the trans-Mississippi. With 000 ; in '1802, 25,000 ; averaging in contracts ,as rapidly as it is possiblefor

except the iitiia Xiitloo ai Ir'II.lellt'"dvertl.of Dliintioloii ai.Admlu mellll, e this ?f' ,said 'Ito, my conductor who them I cant' raise, I think, an eternal 1861 over 400 bales to each plantation almost them to do so, and ,are,receiving,
universally much better
latritor: for which the eha>(;o hsll Ue.. 18 00Utilu'rY was then, whistling a ConMej'ate- monument to the'' memory of the bales generally averaging 480 than wages
t Notices and Tilbutoi or Kojpect tune. aallant soldiers whofought under lbs: to the 'Bale. The'cotton made in 'any one expected would be
my offered.
charged as "dverll.m."tI. "This," said he, "is Gen'rafStcr.ling orders, and whose rdeeds, sufferingsand 1861 anal 1862 was, with the excep- "The
Pi ice's""settlement. Here are endurance are still. buried under tion of 5,000 bales, entirely lost to ] planters generally are hopeful
THE SENTINEL his tents and those of his friends, the shadow of silence." the Parish ; say 120,000bales, at and and are exerting themselves earnestly
and, here the foundation of a city $200 bale $21,000,000 energetically in establishing '
Ii the'OI"Y paper In; Florida thnt li p hll.h.dIhroe lIe told me that Governor Harris's per makingthe between themselves
\IUI.I a weak,anal ChorefnrralTorils! IU *ubaaribartthe : ; ", hicl'cre long will be as large as llich"inond -, plantation was close to his,'and that average loss to each plantationof and the colored
roudient menus'of nbttiiiliitf the la. I or New Orleans ?f" General Ew Il, General\ Shelby; and the 240, $100,000., Add to this people, by just and, even generous '
: taut 'new by 1.1.Cr"ph'md[ 'mal'n: ,'and full! report I "A city I" exclaimed I. I had no Other 'officers of distinction were loss in slaves''and personal property, treatment, mutual relations of confidence
i "fIho Now York' mid Houthorn: rllrl"et.. idea that a city could be built ,up in his nearest neighbors. The and depreciation of real estate in con and respect.
It will also give fill ropuriiof the prncoo'lliifi' among I "Cotton will be cultivated to an- .
so si)011) a tune. General Price having ot impaired condition of levees -
I of the L'I.I'tllra. ,The !Scntinrl fimiliihod to gentlemen had. written to their families sequence if '
not '
nbtorlhuri nl tha Imvont, living rate. settled .herein. the_ month of who: were then, lie supposed on and inability to cultivate such equal former greater extent than at ,
: August, only four mOl1ths 'ago. "And their way to join them lie was II l large tracts for want of labor and theaverage any believe period and there is every
JOU 1'ICI1'I'iNG.; I pray what is the name of this rival himself going to send for his family' loss to each plantation is reason to The with equal or increased -
ofllichindnd! and New Orleans'? $200,000 $48,000,000 the Par success. only apparent
as soon as the house he i or to
was building
In enimexlon with tht Sentinel, we have "elt.rrl'.r impediment to complete success is!
"The name of this city aid he ish. Corn raised in 1861 493,429
.... in Carlotta wottld be
amt vnrl>d rtmiwt of new JobbingMltflrl.tl I City ready. the want of sufficient
: and aro prt-jmntd to execute livory di>. "gravely"is! ; Cailotta, a compliment The ground on which that city was' bushels ;' about 25,000 bushels' to of the of capital"to! by many
crlptlin nf word 'In that: linen 1th teat 11... and to the Empress whom we all love raised had, been given by him, and each plantation. According to the owners land plant as"
ilsipueh Also on bard: 1 n Hue nmtortiimnt of I' and admire and for whom we are he had the satisfaction to see that his assessor's roll for 1861, the average: extensively as they otherwise would.
Ink. fur ,printing' In colors, Order, by mall or value of each or. ,
shed what ;
ex, will .. ready: at any moment to gift was appreciated, and that emi- plantation, including j jMarryinff
reN r cttr i prompt uUcntinji Our prl.c"
lire M !I.. m rltlii, l.t'or "11 \}>ilo.v the incrotseil rates which rule In other iy," added he with a defiant ge tnre. Five hours had elapsed jn conversation sideration that the number of plan- the law passed by the last Legislature -
I 'JlII.O]| .'f huilnenii. A quarter of an hour after my- with the General, and it was ters is much less than the number of in relation to man iages of personsof
companion; : landed me in front ofa now time for me to take leave of him plantations the average wealth of color but the purport according to
rex iunl'1 I IAL ) stiaw-iooffd, low-built, massive cottage as I couJd'not delay my visit to the each'planter was $350,000: each for our recollection is that all marriages
(1)nrJl : the, outside ''of which, hfcd not Cit/ of Mexico any longer. Up triedto the 'entire Parish-the wealthiest between them heretofore, not -in accordance -
been plastered, and which was far induce! me to spend the night with community on earth, I think. Thereare with the law, must be sol-
J. PEELER from being; finished inside. "Here is him under his tent but I was, to, ny !several planters in the Parish enr-ized by the taking out of license,
General Price's house," said the diivor great regret, compelled! to decline.On who get wealthy simply because theyare and by the performance of the marriage -
ATTORNEY AT LAW, "but as it is not finish'ed.ycft, he my return to Carlotta, where out of debt, and their plantations ceremony, as in cases of whit!
LL.IIIM r'Ett, FLORIDA.OH IT (lives nnder his tent, which he has the same wagon was1 waiting for me, alone are a fortune of themselves ; persons, within nine months from the
'; up St&'n! over tho BuJl Sink. pitched under the orange grove yon- the General, who was with me, showed but many worth from\ half to one anda passage of the art. In doing th's,
IV7"iifija hours front 9 (.. m to 1 p. tu., and der." I me several fields which he had half millions arc now worth nothing, the children born in the past become
from dotobiriOm 2106" p. in. As I approached General'1 Prire's planted-some with coffee trees, some for th'cy owe enough to cover the legalized, and in the eyes of the law,
tent, tho entrance of which was open with tobacco. Sdnie of the fields value 'of their plantations. This was, husband and wife become as sacred I
EDWIN A. tART I saw the old warrior seated at a table were l under cultivation, when he purchased before the war, the Banner; Cotton and as much entitled to consideration
his head resting on one 'of his ,the land ; So he exported, this Parish of the State and undoubtedlywill among the'blacks, as among the
ATTORNEY AT LAW, hands in a. contemplative attitude, very year a crop 'of coffee of about I be again if labor can be procured whites.: '
as a man highly interested in his (five thousand dollars, and this without to cultivate the land already The object of the law is a good one
MADISON FLA.WHX writing or reading No sooner hadI including the 'tobacco the beans, open for cultivation. Every acre of beneficial to the colored people and

practice tl In the Courts of the Middle presented /teJfthn 1 he was on the cattle, the horses' the sweet potatoes 1 Iind is susceptible of producing, under evidencing a disposition to avoid any
Fubru:irv 16, 1848. &7-'( hit feet, 'and stretching this ,right and the fruits. His field hands ordinary cultivation, 1bale ot class legislation. The advantages of
hand to' me said, in an open and wore Mexicans whom he paid at, the cotton ; but labor is now scarce: and the act, seem to be but little understood
W, HATTORNEY WHITNER, familiar manner: rate of thro? and four shillings a day what is worse,. not reliable. The in this county, by the colored .
"Ah my'dear fellow,,I am glad to in silver. They were* assiduous and most liberal estimate for the number people, as there have beets but few
AT L>AW, see you. From S, Louis suppose ? faithful, but lazy : they required constant of bales for,this year ((1866)) is 16,000 who have complied with the l.iw. In
MADISON, FLORIDA. How,ILre our friends at home ? All watchi'n' !:!. Good treatment had! bales against OOOOO in 1861. The other counties, we understand these
0 WILL. PRACTICE IN THE: COURTS OF well, I hope. ArQ you coming; hereto a wonderful effect upon {hem, and negroes are now to be pitied. Igno- marriages are quite' common. We
tot '3. JStii Mioldle-tf'To Circnlt. sx-ltle: and to bo one of us?" the General told] 1 rue he could see 'an rant and improvident both, every advantage think if the black people of this
,. These*gnestions were addressed to improvement in the quantity! 'of labor is taken of them by Yankees county understood the nature of the
Printers- -- me all in a breath: and as if the General performed almost every day as wiell Jew and Gentile ; auJ..lIs) n ne-tunths law' better, they would follow suit.-
and Publishers.Having had been ,anxious, to bear them as in the general behavior of these of them do not know 'one dollar from Quincy Cotniiion wealth.

--:0- answered at 'once. I tried i to satisfy men. Their children, were"compelledto ten, they are swindled )'.- -- ..--
largo lot of surplus him as rapidly&s I could ;; but when, gO to school and to be educated. Extravagant' and false notions, put $ According to the Report' of
I declined joining\ him or his colony .--- into their head! by soldiers, and the Metropolitan Police Commissioners
PRINTING MATERIALS, he made a of impatience and what is reprehensible, by 'the
gesture DANGEROUS CHARACTER TO HAVE!:' of tiro city of New York, there are
I our for sale FOR GAStI, the fallowing_ art[- Seemed to disappointed:; IN' THE HOUSE.-3Ir. Graham, in agents of the Ft eedmen's Bureau, have !I, in that city 223 drinking house
'ales at \V'I/"said/,, he, "I ,ani., 'sorry',to losing the defence ri tile Strong divorce made them migratory, unsettled, unreliable 'which employ an aggregate of 1,101
One-half Manufacturers' Prices.One hoar you refuse to become' one of us1;; case in New York' gave the dependents' They make "pretty waiter gills" to wait upon
WA8HINOTON HAND l'ItESSaleNo.. on'my own account as well/ as yours. following description 'of the plaintiff, contrActs toi day break them to.mol"- ,l visitois. The aggregate- \ number of visitors
9 On, 3I WASHRfQl'OV, (olld "rder HAND rRES.. ::! IIe Ko. I have been here four ol"fh- nionths' with some general remarks, which row, and say that while\ the Bureau daily is put down at,20.1J50.,
I 2, In iixnnllitntOlder.KOIbi. ) .- and i all I have seen or heard 'goes' to liavollu!) ml'' it of novelty, at least : issues its public, orders, it privately weekly receipts 31562. The Com
,\ : BUKVIKB.JSOIbi. rAN( PIllVER. convince 'me' ,that this in :really, theland "The plaintiff is a man' forty years of advises them differently; \ihissionerssay- there are nearly,1,ZOO
i 400 Ihi. B U L//. PICA. of promises. I have ,, here six age, educated to the law, but without .c1As1 daughters of perdition, and their
!.\ ( hundred: and forty'acres which I practice, Or the desire for practice. No FENCES 'IN .-The numbers rapidly increasing: Their
'C11 ASKS.: : \BUE3j: HOLES, LEXP3!: FUR- would not for twelve! Secretary of the Ohio Agricultural
has the
Nil URE, and In (.riot everything neco iry any When a man shrewdness of dupes and victims are counted by
,In (felting out a paper; twice the size of the hundred Acres' in any part: of the a-)lawyer, but without his, industry Society, who has been traveling in thousands.
I. BenHnei. W. A. SHOWER, United Stales. Where will you jfind ho is an uncomfortable member of Germany speaking of the country -"
.PrnprlfW Florida tlt'nllnol l, a richer Hoil' or a healthier climate any family. Y 'might as well have near Dresden says : Tho United States Consul at Liv.
1, 1\A : than this The patrianhs alone the plagues of Job in' your ,house. Every foot of land not in,the forestis erpoolsays,that it will! .not take many
P, B. BfiOKAW'SLIVRRY could\ boast :of such advantages.- \ man'who has! been sharpened by cultivated. Thero are n6 fences ; days to rid the entire Kingdom of
Hero a man can live under his tent the Moo of the law, needs something the field is plowed up to the roadside, cattle at .the present rate of 'deaths
"+ \. SALE from the wool of his bheep and from to cut, and if h u doesn't cut the and fruits and flowers are grown byevery Ton thousand 'new cases bad',broken u
yFr thi- fruits of tho earth, without being world! ho will his !family" roadside' that I traveled ;. no outdaring the week ending January
: compelled to lift'up either the shovelor one disturbs them: The cattle.liheep' twenty-ninth. The number of cattle
Stables" d, the hoe ; but as we are in an ago THE LATEST BOOB NOTICE.-The and 'swine are kept in stables, or, if which have died thus far, of the disease -
. of civilization and as we have con Piovideiico Journal "sarcastically"says ; taken'out under the charge of a is forty-threo thousand.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. traded habits of luxury and all sortsof of a new book f: "S me of the shepherd or herdsman: Here and '
J t fictitious wants, wo must plough pieces in this book are, in a, certain there'dotted over the landscape; wo Ex-United Stat senatorDavfd R.
4 ALSO- hoe and turn tbo earth,upside down sense, humorous. Thq funny poetry saw'sheep in pasture, but have 'seen Atchison is living inf Grnyspn County,
.. \ C VRH, AGES, BUGGIES, WAGONSAND for wo have not tho appetites of our makes us weep,'the pathetic make us no cattle or< swino'"running about Texas on a fine plantation. lie is:
IURNESS FOR StLE.4r .' natures! to satisfy, but ,we have towork laugh, and so the, book is in;,a. certain Id6se,','; Tho fffnus ,'"Joafcr'; is un' said to have amassed a considerable. "':*

're.ahawae. Ve." '!tMRtfp for others, and I'create' wealth, senses humorous.. kowo,, ..- .here/ \ "..,i'; "., fortune during. fho war. ;*. .' ?1'

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!Stirring News from "Washing U un. Grant uiul 'hePre8s. (From the Jacksonville Union, 'I"ob.24tb." ) marriage Contracts Between ., f ,

11 d. tfttJtiu..1 tldi t ton. It appears that General GRANT ha: "Monsieur Toiison Como Colored I Person

The Telegraph brings the gratifying revoked the order' suspending the publication ,..A ain." ,
'"c intelligence that the Radicub in the Senate JZcaminer During the progressof'the.war, the
and its
of the Richmond ,. staid old town of St. Augustine was visited JUAOE RELATION BETWEEN: 'PERIOMS OP
failed! to the Freedmens' Bureau resumed. COLOR. '
pass ; publication has been by an officer of the first regimen
TUESDAY, FEBEtJARY 27,1886. bill over the I'rt>sident's veto=eighteen A Washington despatch say s that Gen South Carolina Volunteers (colored. Section lit.- Be it en acted by the Senate !

Senators voting to sustain the veto The Grant is determined that in 'the future no Despite -his martial figure, shoulder. and House of Representative of the Stale \
great issue is now joIned and the President straps and military dress, the ladies would of Florida in General Assembly dbnvene Agents for The Sentinel.Mr. ; paper shall be published containing state not be charmed by his blandishmentshe ] That it shall be required of all time colored*'

D. H..WILSOH, at Quincy.Mr. 1 goes before the people, calmly but moots of hostility and disloyalty the could not find favor in their eyed.- : Inhabitant of this Stale claiming to be liv-

THOMAS JENKINS'at! Madison. confidently relying upon the intelligence gi\crnnlont, in fthy of its departmentsand They,would after the manner of the sex, I ing together in the relation' huitiand and

Messrs. DREW & OAKLEY, Jacksonville and patriotism of his countrymen to uphold that the persistent publication of articles While sipping their tea, make gossipplnf wife, and who have not been joined as such
Col. D. J. TAYLOR, at Fernandina. the,truly National 'policy which' he \ > of remarks, some not at all flattering to our agreeably to the laws regulating tho same,
] to keep up a feeling
r.' c. BARRETT at Gainesville. calculated) hero's vanity. Ah, naughty women, little and who shall mutually desire to' continue j
i Maj. has
Mr. C. E. JOHNSON, at Monticello. inaugurated: and has resolved to carryout hostility between the different section) did you realize the peril of idle words.- in that relation, within' nine monlha from

Mr. W. L. STROMAN, at Ceutreville. whoever may attempt to defeat it. longer tolnra Hints, repartee, table talk, all were treasured : the !passage of this act, to appcqr before some
Mr Sons A. GROBB at Savannah, Ga. The Radicals in Congress are not only ted.! and reported at Headquarters. In person legally authorized to perform the
., less than a week this gallant officer no and bo
marriage ceremony regularly joinedin
enraged but alarmed. In the Senate .
directed the following circular
has that
he "
t peared again: at St. Augustine in charge the holy bonds of matrimony; and if any-
Notice.'During the absence of the undersigned WADK, of Ohio, proposed an amendment' be addressed to the officers in command of an Army transport, with authority to such parson, either male or female, after the "
the business of the Sentinel Office will to the Constitution, rendering the President !- of military departments : arrest and remove from their quiet homes, expiration of the lime limited in thia act

be conducted by Mr. J. M. Don, Editor, 1 in ineligible: for a second term of office. TO DEPARTMENT:: COMMANDERS. and beyond the Union lines all the ladies I shall be found cohabiting r.s husband find
charge. In the House who didn't bestow a smile of recognitionupon wife, and who have not been BO joined together "
,Wl>!:. A. SHOJJEK..Tallahaiioe XHAD. STEV ENS, after denouncing You will please send to these headqnar- his embodiment of Mars and Adonis. they' and such of them shall be

1?<'eb.'.10,1866.. the President for alleged "usur sers as soon as practicable, from time to deemed to he guilty of,a midemeaoorIIDlI
pations," carried a Resolution 'through time hereafter, such copies of newspaper Lightning, it is said, never strikes twicein upon conviction, shall! be' subject to the
published in your department contain the same place.] The officer, who two pains and penalties prescribed by the statute I
,a vote of 109 to 40, depriving the
53"We are Indebted to Mr. J. L. MoGOFFIS and
of disloyalty hostility to
years ago drove so much crinoline out of for the punishment of fornication and adul-
for a late copy of the New Orleans .Southern :States;! of all representation until the government in any of its branches, St. Augustine, turned up last week In the ,

Picag li//J... they are declared by. Congress to be and state whether such paper is habitual enterprising city of Fernandina, like tery.Sec.. 3d. That the i issue of such prior cohabitation .

._ in a fit condition for it. That settles the in its utterance of such sentiments. The Sue's :Wanderin ? Jew, on a. rampageA .- shall! be .legitimized by the act of
business. No State be persistent publication of articles calculated notice was posted early Wednesday marriage BO regularly contracted 81 alore-
Southern can rep-
f. 1 %y Planters! will,I. -find a supply of resented in Radicals to keep up a bad state of feeling be morning requesting the loyal citizens to said, and be thenceforth entitled to all time
.' Ploughs, Plough Iron &c., atthe, store of Congress until the tweon the people of the different section meet at the Baptist Church, at 3 P.'SI.- rights and privileged n legitimate off'up '
D. MEOIXNIES., Se'e advertisement. have been driven out of that body by an of the country cannot be tolerated, and Drawn from curiosity, some forty o14 fifty ring.>
indignant people, and their places filled this information is called for with a viewto of the principal citizens met pursuant U) Sec. 3J. That for the purpose of perprt1
S.-. their which will be done
suppression; notice Scarcely had they1 entered the tho evid'-nce' of such
a by honest men-which will be done we uating mnrringeissmay
WThe !few, York Dailies of the 17lh, from these headquarters. only. Church hen the colored folks began to take under the ioIl8. of' this-
have, no doubt at the coming Fall elec, command of Liout. Gen. Grant.T. place [rruv
toether.wii.h: the literary and illustrate By arrive, filling the bodY' of the Church and .set, ,it shall be the duty of the Clerk of'the
papers; are for sale at the Post Office. tions. This Congress holds however, S. BOWERS, A. A. G. the galleries, conspicuous among whom Circuit Court of the county in which the .
41. until the 4lh of March 1807 and until It will be obsoivered that in the above towered the figure of Rev. Lieut. Col ceremony may have been performed,' upon

W We acknowledge the receipt from that time the war will go on between the circular Gen. Grant makes no. distinction Liberty Billings. Upon his motion Dr.Gitl'ord application( of the parties mind a tender of

Senator! 'DOOLITTLE;;, of' Wisconsin, of his Legislative and Executive Departments, between newspapers Xarlk or South, not and was Rev.unanimously MI' Emiuerson, elected, Secretarythe Chairman his marriage: legal; upon fui'f, time lo register enter1 the of certificate marriage Hearses of-

/:Speech, Jan. 17th, Son 'IITbe Lincoln. with all the advantages of the "situation1 between those which contain "sentiments negroes only voting. The meeting in leis office.

Johnson Policy of Restoration." in the hands of the I'resident. With what of hostility and disloyalty to the Government organined, Col. Billing moved again that See. 4tb. That if any person ilmll prnc-
'e. and and those which while the Chair appoint a committee of three tico'a fraud of color by ,
nerve spirit it will be waged on his professing i upon any .person
BSTOur subscribers on tke line of the part, may be judged by his declarationto loyalty to the 'Government persist in the to draft resolutions! expressing the sense illegally riming to perfirtn'tle, ,inmMgn!!
of the meeting. Whereupon Col. Billing -
'. Railroad, east of Tallahassee, are informed of articles calculated ceremony fur them, liu urlhty, their alders 1 .
the citizens "publication keepup
of Washington, that ) (Mr. Fnnston 'and a negro were announced and abettors, shall bu iluiiiiifed to be guilty
... that they did not receive Saturday's "the Radicals are trying to break up the a bad stale of feeling' between the peo who retired and in a few minutes ofa misdemeanor: and upo/1 eonvicl ion shall

SENTINEL by Monday's train because the Union which we fought to preserve.- pie of the different sections of the coun- the Committee, through'their Chairman be fined in a sum nut exceeding one thousand -

16t mall carrier failed to take the mails from ANDREW Jouxsox has struck a decisive try." Billings Johnson's, reported reconstruction substance' ,poli-thatPresident dollars, of I.c imprisoned for a term

the Post (Office!) to the cars. All Eastern blow for the freedom of the South, and The Savannah Herald says very' justly, cy was a series of military edicts, contrary not stand exceeding.in the! \pilloiy nix iminiha(or one, !boor or be, at made the discretion to-

mail ,matter laid here over Monday. sounded I that if the order could have the effect to to law, and disapproved by two-thirds of the jury.

Radicalism suppress the vile slanders and and irritating of the people of the United Sta'e.i; and Sec 5th. That from and after the fxpi

Steam to New Orleans.By abuse that is persistently and canton that the laws passed"by\ the, Legislatureof ration of the time limited, in the Brut auction,
More Trouble about Mexico Florida at its last session were iriqul.ti .
(,thin, act nil laws applicable to or regulating -
reference to the advertisement of ly heaped on the people of the South bjNortSorn us and dlsgl'hc'ful-the work: nf' met ,
Washington despatches state that the the infiT-riirge: relation butween white
the steamer J. Z. Smallwood it will be professing especial loyalty f. esh from rebel camps. These inceml'- deemed
President is very much dissatisfied will presses resolutions carried the persons, nlmll be to apply to the
seen that she is.now plying regularly between to the Government, it would have a ary by negroes name relation between the tutored pupulii-' a
the speech of Emperor Napoleon and the unanimously, caused the expectable citizens -
St. Marks and New Orleans touch most salutary and gratifying effect. The nun ot'time SusieApproved
tenor of the official despatch33 from to withdraw! from the house by the Governor.
ing at Apalachicola. For for the We learn from that the
freight: or further France relative to the withdrawal of the we might hope speedy disappearance persons )present .
particulars, 'apply to Messrs.; MeKIBBIK of the "bad feeling between the sections" I blacks, excited by Billing's!: harangue, 5
French troops from Mexico The pro were insulting, and with difficulty: kept Cotton Mealing.!
& ALLEN Agents.Coroner's and the re-establishment of mutu- 4
posed withdrawal is' based upon the as- from assaulting the ,white citizens nhi. .
confidence and good will so The New Oileans correspondent of the
sumption that the throne of Maximilian i Is wOIII(1lot sanction the Cnnummittee'sodious f'
Inquest. .. permanently established and that the sincerely] desired by every patriot. resolutions.Yhatis I leniarkab! 8 Cincinnati Euquirer, in a letter dated: Feb.
about this gathering not a single 3d '
persoi says :
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On Sunday night an Inquest was held United States pledges herself never to interfere -
who officiated at it, except the co'reJmembel' \ '
A few tlaasro there arrived, in this .
by Coroner J. C. MAT, on the body of with Maximilian's Government.To Jacksonville Itcltn. of the Committee, is a citizen <>f city, Messrs.: Uluindlci' RId, Wnitrr-in ,

Mrs. HoLLisaswoBin, a widow lady aBel show how little thought or apprehension We clip the following, from the Jacksonville Florida, and he doubtless 1'et'ls ashumei who were sent lm>' the Secretary of Iho

Air. It appealS that Mrs. II. lived there is, of Maximilian's: leaving Union of Saturday : ofhimsulf, and will in future, eschew- Tieusiifylo examine maid rt>|>oit upon '
alone and some persono'r *Wp Gratified at the return of lion such company.It limn alleged! cottun mauls, .if Government f '
persons callingat or being driven from Mexico, it is now are is not our purpose to arraign this )
[iu this!. M'clion. 'Ihese ,
agents: I
the house on Sunday afternoon 01' announced that a treaty was entered into Nathaniel Usher, U. S. District Attorney clerical scoundrel\ for his escapade with! a have made but a harm' i.mI iiiveMiualinn, ,
Northern District of His
the Florida
evening, found her dead. On the for frail sister in Illinois. Iteio[ uu> our ash '
'<> Inquest last month between France and Austria, official influence will be given, we are and have repotted! to'i 1 lie 'Tieasuiy Im"-
soil the llfev. .
Liberty Billings' .ayillgalll '
it was stated by witnesses that she had for the immediate withdrawal of the sure, to restore harmony aud confidence mud him |iarlmctit that it wniild require a duenlleicules
iloingb" as an incendiarydangeious ,
been complaining of illness from sore- French forces from Mexico, and their replacement among our people. ( [ to, the poiico and haimony oi to them ; that to )pei if form they had the been duty insnitcteilto assigned'

throat &c. The Coroner's jury found by troops to the number 01 the state:; if ,
SMALL Pox-13y reference to there- inquii I e any gOl'ellJml'lJl acent lnul 1 abstained
that Mrs. II. died of diptheria. Some 100,000 to be furnished by the Austl'ianGoverufuent. port of the Health Officer of this city, i IL -S: -- from cotton; stealing, their mission

five or six years ago, the husband of Mrs. These soldiers Austria pro will be seen that no new cases of this did; [From the Cohmibiu On.) IUII.: 22d.J would have been. brief mud easy one.-
H. was found dead in the road his ease had occured since last \veok's le Death of major Warner.Major The lepoit! tiiiuht Jtave been rmbiuced in
near poses to raise by volunteering in Belgian port. This is an evidence that the disease Warner, who, on the evening of the few sciiptur.il words : "No, nql elms""
place of residence. and Hungary, 'and -transportation for [is bout exponed. Out six cases remain the l' th, was shot by a {file from the no The Government cotton, which exceeded '

them and the necessary stores until theyare on hand.ACCIDENTMr.. gnu gairison occupying the barracks iiBank's one humlied millions of dollais in value,,
From East Building, while with a Iriem has been ticallotcect tip by itt men agents,
.Florida. lauded iu Mexico, [is to be furnished .
James Tucker, Cot.ductor he was quietly, and with no 'thought of and it is confidently Muted by, those: wl o-
We learn that ALEXANDER MAOKUDEB, by Napoleon. How about the "Monroe on the 1'ensacula & Georgia Rail. danger, going homewards, died at' Limo ought to Know, that the compeu.-atior to

Esq., of Kentucky, who was some time doctrine" now 1Celebrate road was struck ou the head by a Railroad Horbach House on Tuesday night at 10 officers and\ agents and other, expense
spike falling from the water tank at o'clock lie of the most sari, for the of the Cotton will
since appointed U. S. Marshal for the was one agents) Bureau,
Columbus bridge, on Tuesday last, inflicting mable gentlemen tl,at has ever resided in exceed the amount received from Limo
Northern District ,of Florida, has enteredupon the Victory a severe .wound. Fortunately the Columbus, and was liked! and! inspected sales of all cotton luceived by tho Government. -

the duties of the office ; his appoint The patriotic and well disposed peopleof sharp end'of the spike did not strike him.; by all. lIeI as a noble man in every Some of the, most prominent

s ment }having been confirmed by the Sen the North are holding meetings firing otherwise the blow wonld have been fa senseof the word: He was an educatei! Federal! ofliceri have been deeply implicated
ate. ."arm tal. and! accomplished engineer:;: and filled an III, these frauds. In Mobile one of
cannon, and shouting huzzas over the honorable position in the United States thorn was fined $!JOOOO and imprisoned
; We dined most sumptuously, a few
Marshal arrived at Jack victory achieved by the President ovei: days ago: on a ruta basj.i turnip wblcl Navy. For the gi I eater portion of the until be could )pay the duo : !he thieaten- .
sonville last week, and announced to the the Radicals in Congress.; The Macon weighed five pounds ; a luxurious present I war he Mipeiintended< the :'Naval lion ed to )pencil on his contedeiales! If fUllY

owners of property there, which was li Telegraph appropriately asks"are' we, the from our friend, Mr. James Wilson. Works in this' city? which wts one of the did i not pay up and get! him released., A
belled These magnificent turnips the most extensile establishments in the pony purse was made up for this purpose -
and seized by the former 'Marshal people to be emancipated from military grew upon) *
farm of Mrs. Ferris, near this city, and is SOll t. the Hue was paid mud! the rogue released -
a year or two ago.'that'it; would be re- tyranny by this noble triumph, to keep only a slight sample of what the lands in The circumstances of his death are ; but! It wa noon discovered that

tiered to them under decisions and instructions silence and send no responsive echo to the vicinity of the St. Johns river can do well kimono Near Mr.' lli,antis store, 011 the largest contributor to pay this tints

from the authorities at Washington our Northern sympathizers; no word oi In the way of vegetable productions. Let Broad ,:street, as he \1 as on his way was the collector of the ]pot't> u suffei'ing
horticulturists make a note of this, dome, he was fired upon by soldier fiom Union martyr, named Mailegut, who !paid
and to
Very gratifying welcome In- thanks the -patriot who, has stood Vie- the Barracks windows. The gentleman J10.000 on this account. Mailegut

telligence., tween us'and oppression 'We 'cannot A SMALL lIhAGEUIE.-Tbe steamboat who was with him, AS' htt moved off\ to'get removed ; but this Is all. lIe has 11\141;
"\MA'LS f -*-- T-. believe that such is the feeling of ,tlio Robert Lehr arrived hero on Thuisday assistance, lias'bbot at. Major Warner aged to place'a half' a million in a safe,
ix WEST FLORIDA.-The Mali- Southern people. Then let every city afternoon from Enterprise with some specimens was taken to the 1Gt'bach House,' where place Teere' are many oilier luci anna Courier says there is but one contract of the wild animals of Florida.! his rightleg:: was taken' off\ above the this character which { could give; your .
in operation, that is', from Marianna and town of Ute South call together their Prominent among the collections was an kn'ee.; the ball having, entered. the, knee lint doubt, if they would interest your I,

via'Campbellton,1; to Geneva- people,' recognize the arm that is bared Aligator twelve feet' long, which was and shattered the, bone.- Being a feeble readers" ,
Alabama for our protection and, if possible with wounded and brought on board near Blue man the, loss of blood proved fatal.- 4 s
once a week, in all of West Florida, except : the means Spring above Lake George. The other He leaves a wife and several children COPXTBUFEIT CO RflJ cy.-1'he Char .
at our command fire a !natiopaltalutc
Pensacola. specimens were a largo'crane, nn opossum who, we are told, w\l'e" dependent upon eston papers mention the fact that a very t
-,. .e over a national Victory, and several other smaller birds and his enorgies for support.
WTbe Savannah'' Herald states that animals. This sort of varmint* were quitea HU death has cast a. gloom over the great quantity of counterfeit fifty and/

the trial of Major GEE, of Quincy, Fla. w'W learn from' The Jacksoville curiosity to many of our citizens who whole community .ThA shot which twenty-five cent bills are in .circulation in,'

ou'the charge of cruelty to prisoners at, Union, that Col. J. J. DICIUSOX, 'UOW' of rushed in crowds to the steamboat to seethe caused; his end was wholly unprovoked, hat city The Courier says ,the bill can t'
Gadsden and one of her Representatives miniature menagerie. his only offence in the eye of the negro be detected '
Salisbury, North Carolina, will commence ,county, very easily They ar'emu.ch ,
soldiers was his being' a white man. If
at Raleigh in a 'few days., iii,time Legislature, is about. to --.f--- any attempt has been made by the; officersto dimmer in impression than the genuine, 1

'I f TJ3T establish himself at Fernandina.-a pointto Death of Gen. Elliott. ascertain what negro soldier fired the and time paper upon -which they/ are prin,

We republish by request, the Act which several of the best men in bur Gen. STEPHEN ELLIOTT, Jrtbe hereof shot, we have yet to learn the fact. The ted is inferior, and tbill.\.\

passed by the' legislature, to establish State are 'wending their;-way with the Fort Surnier died in Aikon, S. C., -on shooting took place, at least two hours 1iI
after the disturbance which occurred ,
and enforce the married relation betw eu' view of making it 'their', place of residence. Wednesday evening last. Alluding to the two blocks below. !7! A Washington despatch'says that e J. ,.< >.,

( persons of color. They do not a> yet v melancholy event, the Augusta Constitutionalist a majority of the Cabinet .advised the!$ .m> f'
-. seem to,realize the necessity attending W 'line of steamships between Charleston says : "Wherever the story of (J3f Atlapta Intelligencer of TueF- President to'veto the Freodmen'd Bureau,' '

to this matter, and it should be brought, and Boston Is, to be established the Confederate cause has been'read, the day 1 last says ; Mrs. Davis,' wife of ex bill-Seward, Wells and .McCuIloch- be

to their early ,attention. forthwith with good prospects for success. name of Elliott, the gallant heroic defender 'resident.Davis'. ., reached this city on ing among the majority.

Foa APALACUICOIA..The ;New Or. steamship,"Mont icello" will!! !Inaugurate of historic Sumterj: is familiar. 'His Saturday night, and left on Sunday morn- .

:" leans Picayune says 8.n'ffflIt is the enterprise, leaving: Boston on the early death will be regretted, not only'b'yila ) Ing's train for Macon, wither she goes as I3T Artemus Ward Is said to have '

: to re-establisb the old line of beingjnade 28th'instant. ,- ''t -':. I late compatriots in arms, but by thousands be guest of Gen. Howell Cobb for 0.'short cleared $50,000 by his books and lectures.. .r
steam- ,. .. I of brave who have the magnanimity ,
ors running: to' .A11alacblcolil rsB' men tiIlle' She' wasaccompanied by' one This is probable as much as 'atiy American

war. before tbe tiG GRAFT'S father has l been.1' apiointed (o honor: awl respect the. good and child, the other two being at this time, Inanada. writer baS made "ahtce'the' days of'

a Postmaster atCovinrcnj Ky. noble qualities. : of ao enemy.." (.' Irving. '*S.I 1 f' ,

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:<; B.YX; TELEGRAPH. COMMERCIAL. fDtl 1 'xxr iCUptmtnttl. I: DRUGS:! DRUGS McKlBBlfl; ALLEN.

" from TallahaDn Market;
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Important Congress
TitliQilst, Flo,,'Feb. 27, 1806. SCOTTOl For New Orleans HAVE sow LV STORE ,
I >/.here heard of. no isles of cotton during the -.

I i ITli.e'. 'Presid nt' Denounced in past week! THE STEAMER The Largest and Handsomest

1 Both Houses. OtXEIUL UlRttr.: LARGEST STOCK

Corrected oy Alttander Collie, Grocer. i
Flour, per bid.....................16 00 a IS 00 In the of, '
GREAT EXCITEMENT tuckwbenl'\, per bbl...........;... 18 00 n 20 00 State Georgia.tuuGs ,ASSORTMENT, OF

Hominy, per busbel............... 1 60 a .2 00 *
Corn Meal.- 1601' 200
)j The Freedmen's Bureau Bill Dead. Jofl'co...................... ........ 38 a 40 C--
l Fresh Beef....................... 10 a 15 DRY GOODSEVER
I Ihlckenp, per pair............... 75 a
REPRESENTATION FORMALLY REFUSED Eggs: per dozen.................. 25 a 30 J. L. 'SMALLWOObj MEDICINES chemicals,
TO THE SOUTH. Butter, per pound................. 75 a 85 I Patent Medlcmea mid Perlumerlna.
Cheese............................ 40 a CO GEORGE W. GIFT, MAStER:; Trusses, Surgical Instruments, 1)y) Studs
;; Sweet Potatoes,per buabel....... 75 a 1 00 ; nnvorlng Extracts, &0., &0. .OFFERED FOR. SALE IN FLO-
W UIII. TON, Feb. 20.-In the House, Solo Agent for ilolmbold's Extract of Buchu .
irish Potatoes, per barrel..:...... 7 00 a liorpftftpr regularly between the
Mr. Stewart! from the Joint Commit Onion., per bnrrel................ 7 00 a 800 WIT.rI'll 8'1' MAltI\S: and time above Port mid Sarsnparllla, Ayor'a I'reparations", Jayuo'a RID.Consisting.\.,
| f on Reconstruction, reported a joint resolution Lard,per pound................... 25 n 30 'reparations[ Ilusa' St. Domingo Bittors and
that Senator BAcon, per pound................. 20 a 25 Toucliliiij at Ap lacltlcola.For 'rel'arntlon.Ullotlnnd's Gorman BittersUlock'n
no or Representative Whiskey, per gAllon............... :3 I 60 a 060 llatr Restorer,'fhomp on'a and Plmlon's Ualr.
: % hall be admitted to either branch of Con- hides, dry...... .............'..... 08 a 10 Freight or farther Tinrtloulnra.sl, apply to Preparations and Toilet Articles,'V ell'e Strengthonlntf in part of
gress from tbe lato rebellious States, tin- Bides, IIrcolI... ..... ........ 04 a 05 MoKIBBIN .ALLE rlfiBtors and all other 1'atont Medicines be- ,
1 :::.::: Tallahassee, F b. 27, 1800. tf fore the! trade.
J til Congress1 shall have declared such
Savannah Market. Brown and Bleached Muslins
States entitled to representation. ,
Mr. Guilder obtained leave to read a SAVA.NXAB, Feb. IKi, I860. $

{ minority report! from the same Committee The market during the pint week Ims been IRON. The most extensive and complete stock of Jaconet,
declaring the State of Tennessee en- renerally dull, but the prices have remained firm
tilled to representation. 'tie[ supply of all descriptions of goods In very
large, and although advices from the North tuna 09.10,11, 60 and CO Ploughs; PAINTS Cambric, and
Mr. Thad. Stevens said there was an to enhance the prices, buyers nro aa yet India- N 6 and 8 I Inch Cast Half l Shovel do.; ,
earnest disposition) until yesterday, to inquire posed to give an advance and aro awaiting a duo 8 Inch wide Iron. .
into the condition of Tennessee.. and trilno, which la improbable.Durlug Pot sale at Oils,'Varnishes! French Zinc, Colors, Artlata' Swiss Muslins,
the early part of the week (hero was D. B. UEGINNI3S & CO'S. nnd Painter's Mntefiulit to be found tn any et'O-
tee whether the State was entitled to considerable depression In tbe cotton market, and February 27, 1606. tfK tlon of tho South, auld at prices which ABSO-
representation ; but since then there has sales wero mndu Kt prices much lower than our I.UTSLV DEn COJIPITITIOX. Canton Flanne
been a change, and it is wholly out of thepower it wuek'd quotation, but during the latter part
of the Committee to proceed fitI"ther It became more buoyant, owing to better advices >> DOYLE & CO. GLASS. .
'rom New York, ana at time close of business the
without surrendering the rights of following quotations wero anted, with but few Tickings,

Conlr ss to the usurpations f another truimncUoim: SUCCESSORS TO JA3. DOYLE
Ordluary..N'omln I. :Every i variety of Glass, Fronch nod Oerman .

poieir! Low Middling.......................... 88 a Plate, St,lined, Out and Sky Light Glass, alnglo; Blankets,
Much excitements; prevailed during the Mkldllng............................... 40 a 41 sad double thlckni
I )pinccediiies. Strict Middling......................> 41 1.2 aGo. Corner Bay and Whitaker Sts.
Mr. Stevens demanded a Tote on theprevious d Middling.......................... .12 a Cloths and
There U very little demand for Boa Inland, and Pure French Brandies
(question that only fur the better grades SAVANNAH GEORGIA ,
Miitiom to adjourn 1 staving aft a vole have been constantly From Tho Savannah Herald.! "
Wines and Whiskies
made all day. Wholesale Price Current. ,

The House hIt ill in session tonight; CORRECTED WEEKLY. WHOLESALE GROCERS
without For Modlc'tml' purposes; I\nlll1 largo supply of
prospect of adjournment. ARTICLES. I PER. rilOM. I to. other Liquors for general uae. '
In the :Senate$ Mr. Wade offered a resolution Dress Goods i
Bacon, Humus-------------lb 23 1\ 20 A.1D DEALERS IIPROVISIONS
t 4 to amend tho Constitution |by rendeting Shouldum.:! ........Ib 16 a 18 Bruch Foucher & Co.'s
the President Ineligible to elec.tion tildea:! .............Ih 1> 21 a ,22 .
for second ItKBSWAX: ................Ib 40 a French Merinos'
a tei in. ,
BUTTVR, 1'rlrne Goahon..lb 45 a 48 OI-rAMP: GNFS.Role .
S lit support of it he made a speech. al- Prlmn Weatorn..lb 36 a 40

he President in caustic terms, CAllOUS, Adiiraantlno.....Ib 28 II 30 .
'IUdin.11..1 had Hull'a...........Ib 25 a 27 Foreign and Domestic Liquors Agents of tho only trim Imported! Brands English Merinos,
developed a policy Cnu.II.Go.hen..lb 22 a 211 In the country, \\v.\ Carte D'Or, Lno l'Or, mid
to every enemy of the country Extra: Cream..lb 23 a 25 8110ry! ,prononncod by all eounolsaetira superior

Mr. Wilson fried re "lutlonslulltl'Uct.l Uorrec, tit.:! Iarnluto.-lb ito a 30 to any heretofore In UBC. ;
,lint the C'ommiuee Reconstruction to Klo...............Ib 29 a 3:* WOODEN WARE, Alpacas,
.In vii.........._..Ib 42' 1\ 40 Special Agent for tho American Vintage Com; .
inquire how tar the late rebellious States Finn, Mackerel, No.1.h'fbbl $10 00 a puny, and nliiruo stock of their celebrated Gillforiila -
liad-confoniipd! to the reijuireme' Is of 0 No.Z.h'fbbl 00 a WRAPPING PAPER brands conuuntly on bund.Itv French and English Poplins,
the evident'B reuonsti action policy No.1.... kit 3 00 n i ,
( ,
vliich KLOCR, Hood Ohio.......bbl 1000 a special ninnomonta with Mnnufucturera
ti" was adopted. Coed .amll.bbl; 14 00 a and l Importers of tho North, and 111 Europe,warrant Foil de Cheoyors
Mr. Dai is, of Kentucky, read it lung; arguinenl Ordlnury.........bbl 8 60 n 10 00 &c. &c. &c. me In not' only guarantoelun. the absolute .
> In opposition to the Freedtuen's GHA'.V, ,,............ .hlliOKS 130 n 140 Purity niiti GonulnenenB of my entire atoek, but
Bureau hill, sustaining the telii.Sir. ))1'')' ...............Ib 12 n also nimble me to soil any of the above mentioned Plain and Fancy
Deer Bklna! 15 a 20 lines of goods at firm cost prices-In some
[ TriiAibuU followed In a speech' opposing 1'rlinu LcuC..lb1'ruiaod 21 a 2fi lines even lens thou trunnportutloii.Annnminallon .

the \'(.;.". ,............Ib 19 a 21 All Wool
The vole was then taken and resulted Liucons, Brandy, Uuuiiac.gul $10 00 .a of prices will suatalu! these .
J ules, Rubins ac Cog 1-g 60 n ,
,jj- I -ayes 30, nay s 18. So the bill was !lust Holland Gin ......gal 4 60 a 6 00 statements In every particular. t
for the want j ty of two-thirds to overrule the vow ofthe 1m pi.rial noctur.f| l lMoLJbuua 3 2o; a T2 :L: C>R'Celebrated S FRESH' GARDEN SEEDS.
N.Ketlned.gal 75 n 80
J Piesident. Uuldnu 85 American Delaines
ijjrup.galNAILS 00
:, Mr. Thad. Stevens resolution to depiive .....................Ib 08 I-:: W M. WALSH, .
the Southern /.Suites: of repiesenta- NAVAL Z ESTOIIES, Tar..bbl J10 00 u AlbanyIMPERIAL
lien until Bpta. 1'urp..bhl 1SIO n Fancy Silks,
they were declared in fit Condition
ljitch..bblOILS 6 60 a S. E. Coy Barnard& Ilroughton Sts,
.. for it by Crngrem, paused the T.lnseed..........gal 1 60 u 1 80
House to night by lOLl' to 40. Kurusenu.-------gal 100 a 1 0& In great
f ....1 Nr.w YORK RICE:.......... ............Ib 12 a 14 SAVANNAH, CEO.fob variety.
F*b. 21.-Panama dates to SILT:! Liverpool.........aicktiiUAR 1 25 a 176 /
the 12th:! have been leeched. Drown...-.-.......Ib 13 n 15 CREAM ALE. 6, 1566tfGEORGIA 'W'J.3xtL' Sb.a.'OV
A gold mine has been discovered 18 B. Colluo ..........IbCrushed. 15 J.:! 161.2 t 1

miles ft out Panama. olevelopmeuU ..........Ib 20.. 24L'owdered..lb Savannah, Gil., Feb. 24, 1SCO. 1m
me pronounced exceedingly rich.f TALLOW...................Ib 12 a
f MOBILE, t'eb. i0.-r'Cotto'n; excited TEAS, ............ $1 40 a 1 60
with an advance of Sales ............_ 100. a 130 JOHN M. GUERARD FCDLISUCD AT
\ one ,
I'ouchoug..........Ib 125 n 150
:a.iOO! bales at 4j( cents for Middling.
\VooLMoutnern GEORGIA .
uuwauh'd.Hi 32 MACON
a ,
1 Gold 3G. Sterling J8. .............. 3D a 38 Attorney at Law Cloths and Cassiniercs
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i 22.-A demonstra
Savannah money market. HATS AND CAPS,
tion by the citizens of the Distll.t oC Columbia E33ITOES.:
( DAILY HERALD: Urriox, ) February: 24,1801V 1m:
i. to day, was attended by an im.lueuse SAVAXSAU, Uu, February 23, UiMJ.: ( '
concourse of cili/i"im. The meeting The rigor of the money market continues,'wllb WILLARD'S TERMS or scascitiivri'&vi:! BOOTS AND SHOES

( was addressed \by seveial prominent but few transactions sterling with bills lading Dally Edition, per annum............;...$12 00
JndividniilH, and resolutions to support cannot be sold at over 42 Now; franca 390u395; check LIVERY STABLES Weekly'Edition,per annum..........:... 4 00 HARDWARE
and short lime bill. on York one per cent t
the' patriotic policy of the President were and Interest off Ottt-dbcr rates1 In small sum Subscriptions! received for the dally for less than .

adopted and presented to him at the ex for remittance, 3-4 discount. QUINCY, FL.OIJIDA.HACKS u year at the sauio rato.
't'outiVl'manbiou. The President made -
Prepared for Tie Savannah l1ernl<).
speech in In which ho
response, Quotation for Viicurreut Money are always lu readiness to convey are resolves Bparo no Inhor of expense tu
his devotion to>> the Union, and declared rr. arriving on) tho itailroad trams. make It the LEADING1 PAPJili of the State:! Tin Ware &c. &c.
: ,. tliat the Radicals were endeavoring to COUUECTEU BY BR AN, IKKTBIDb'C AVO CO. to CII.AT'J'A IlOOCIlJJ.K: or any point to which if not of the South. In iidditlou to its regular ,

break up the Union which the people had SAVASNAU, I'eb.; ::i, 1868. they laay,desire to go. corps of editors-who cure men of much exporionco -
Notre to be }5 and upwards. These rate will TIIEO.; WILLAED. amid well and favorably known in tbo
fought to preserve His m letnaikn were February 22, 1800. Iw iibleoorroapondenta at
he reduced 10 to itC'por cunt on smaller notes Smith-ue have employed
'greeted with great applause !by the vast Kites marked with a star(*)are considered safo : most of tho ]Nullnplnl.. of 1 Intercut, such aaWoablneton

!atltel'iug.' the time.others cannot bo relied oa for any length uf FOR SALE. New Yolk, Paris, Liverpool, .c, ..GB..C>OEB.XmS:

'I NEW YORK MARKETS.NEW ALABAMA. ? snbucrlber baa for sal )'several hundred l luobula FLOUR
'' Hank of Mobil-------------------80 Till oflloyal The leading featuro In tho 'l'ol"grnrbIt\ be ,
YORK Feb. 20.-Cotton is firm do Montgomery -- -- ----- devotion the rights, IntoriiBta and feeling
: . . .. . 1 Its to
' do Bulma-! .30Commerelsillank and her stricken sister States ; wo
; sales 1,800 at 45a46c for Stiu'dling.Gold Petit Gulf Coitoii of Georgia SUGAR
of Alabama. ... . -20 would lift thorn up from the valley of humiliation ,
:( 137 1 8.j Central do do. .. . .: I. exhort them to u torgetfulnea of the past,
-Jo..luru: dodo do. .... . .iP5 of B very prolido npoclcs. Also,several hundred (exempt Its clorics,) and nerve their arm for tho
r j . TOBACCO &
TWENTY-SECOND IN AUGUSTA. -NorthernSouthern du .. .350 bushels nf Long Stuplo Cotton tW"']. arduous atliggles of tho future. ic. c.
t'THE du do. . .. .. Apply to E. IIOUdTOUNor :!

,itary display toda)'. There Wall a grand Augusta Insurance and Banking Co.......... 6 1S66. on Plantation. The commercial. department of tho:Telegraph Powder, Shot and Percussion

parade of the Firemen and contest for Bunk of Augusta...........................25 February: 22, .,2w will receive special, attention. Daily reports will
'.'iirizes. du Athona.............................80 be given of all the ]leading market of the Union, Caps.
du Columbus...........................It SLACKSMITHINCrH. together with\ u full weeKlv review of tho local
o 4 do Commerce......................*..._ 6 market ; while on the arrival of every steamer
: *-'XATEUFllW EUROPE do Kulton..............................20 : European political and l commercial account wfll t
i do Kmpire Btutu.:! ......................] B. FITTS & CO. bo given lu thin respect, wo hope to offer such
do Middle Georgia....................76 advantages aa will make the 'l''lelt..ph an Indispensable Wines &
I COTTON FLAT. do Bu\.annnh...........................38 I A UK now prepared to execute every deorrlp.lIouof visitor to the counting-room uf every: Liquors,
do Stole 01' Georxlu....................43 merchant and tradesman.
Central Itailroad and Banking Co............V i BLACKSMITHING 3 Education,Agriculture! and the Mechanic Arts
! Nsw YORK Feb. 22.- Y.. have Liverpool City Hank of Augusta.................. ...15 : will be fostered as the true sources oPull national '
f ( ad vices to the 10th instant. Farmera and Meohanle bank...............12: I In time be.t murmur, and aa low.. and Individual prosperity. The largest Stock in; tho State .
-Qeorgla Itailroad and Banking Co............1 tbe cost of material, &0., will nclmii" ol. 'L lOY
I' MARKETS. Marino Bank.................................8Meahanloa1 have secured the aervlcua ot aorao of the THE WEEKLY TELLGBAIMI.
I The sales of cotton in Liverpool on Saturday" Bummk----.................... 6 CONSISTING OF
Merchants and Planters' Bank............... 6Planter. BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE The proprietors take a special pride in pre.
i .' amounted to 7,000 bales. The .' Bank...............................13 favor with tholr i tenting their weekly edition to Iho public. It
r. market was flat with a partial decline of Union Bank.......................:'.......... 6 Tho.q wliff may us aatlafaotlou.iijcjliop patronage : contains eight pages, tifty-alx columns, almost WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, CHAMPAGNE

1.4d. Manufacturer' Bank........................10 will be Kiiaroutved nearly oppoalto entire the }'ost Office.Pi and exclnsively In point of of reading typography matter and, lu general each number appeal PORT, SHERRY AND

Five-Twenties C7 3 8 to C7 5.8 Con SOUTH CAROLINA. *. 8, Ib68-tf one) Is without u rival at, the tioutb. Specimennumber. :! I CLARET WINES COCKTAIL

.' f ,' eoU, 66 1.% to 86 5 8. Bank of Camden...........................20 .sent by mall to alLappllcauta.! -
do Charleston........................10 NOTICE. all communications! business to AND STOMACH
7 POLITICAL. do Chester .......................'.-,..12 Address on '
-*. ., In a debate In the British 1I0use"of do Georgetown .........................12do ALEXANDER GALLIb WM. A. REID & CO., BITTERS, &c., &c.

*.. Coramors the Fenian conspiracy was Hamburg...........................10 versus Attaebmeut Proprietors Macau.tFebruary 'r"The merchants of Florida are respectfully t
charged to America its with do Newborry..........................i VALENTINE M.JOHNSON, fee.
ai origin do South Carolina.................... 8 15, 1866. 47-tf requested to examine our stock
.1. :Mr. Seward as its real head centre. do State of South Carolina.............] Amount sworn to, $18 871.rE : before decidma\ to jHircliiN4n* New York

The cattle plague was the leading topicI' Commercial Bank, Columbia.! ................10 defendant and all others icmturested'are PRIVATE BOARDING. as ire wilt duplicate all bills at New York
= of both Houses of Parliament. Exchange do do .......:'.........1:1 notified; of tho commencement of the
> Farmer1 and Exchange Bank................ above suit, and to appear before me la the city of U. ALSTON la prepared to prices, thereby saving them lima and
1\0.. Official dispatches have been published Merchant Bank, Cheraw....................1People'a Tallahassee Leon county, Florida, on tbe second MR3..f. tlfteen boarder nccooi, ather ficiaht. ,
1 from the. French Minister at Washington. Bank: .. .. ... . .. .... .. 25 Monday In June, 1806, and plead to the same, or residence near tho or Methodist twenty day Church,In tnla (!Jrl'oll'Ui.tly.o goods sold at rttail
-J. ., They have decided the Bagdad affair and l lt Planter.' Dank of FalrOeld .. .. .. .. .].nI'lantera' jougmeutw.il. bo given by default. city I the i I. also prepared to entertain trauiltntcnnomen. !
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amid Meabanlo Bunk
] C. U. FISll Ktt
.121 .
Every: cure and atteutiou. *UI' b.gl'en 1t$ l bb'ln'lIeu.
state that the United Btates has decided"isJa .
f" -tontbwellorn Itallrond Bank -. .. .25 JCl.:rco of time Peace. .
; > not to engage in a conflict/ with France Union: Bank .. .. .. .' ... .. .. ..LUm February 16, 166. eb7-ow3iu Jau.lothBtomfurt;30-10 of tha guest' ,.' :*.'1MR T- .. Vcc.
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; vs. ;honey-N 'Runaway Xemonla, or the Old ,Woman of, CAPTAIN TRAVIS' INVENTION.-.During -
Wife. the St.. Croix. .the war Captain John Travis, .

Thursday last, says the Cincinnati A correspondent of the Polk the famous pistol shot, invented a t tg
of remarkable character. The .. .
a ,
from this gun
Commercial, young man County, Wisconsin Press is responsible .
city arrived in Memphis in pursuit of for the following, which if true, Savannah Herald, referring it, \ !

,his wife, ,who, it appears had! 1 aban- makes the 'venerable Joseph Crclo says We: had the of 'WQ .AQ BtW (E}@ > (O ) S

doned his bed and bonrd, and fled comparatively an infant : pleasure yesterday I

with a river man to the city on the "The oldest human being known in examining the drawing ofthe "Stockton .. .

first Chickasaw: Bluff, taking with modern times, lives now,' or did a Gnn, indented by Capt. Travis, .
or ,
her $700, which grieved her husbandmore short time since, in Wisconsin, near ) AWW@llim
to part with than his faithless the head waters of the St. Croix river a battery of which he was about com-

.pfouse.' ... I Her exact -age i is unknown. When pleting for General Forrest when the I1m a ID mrn1ff&Itlli t mAt 6 '

The man: his name"asGeorge the oldest Indians who knew her were war was brought a close by the sur
'gtwe .
young render'of the Confederate armies.He .- the Old Stand In Tallahassee,where we are prepared to supply! easterner with all kind 0
English, and awoke, the sym :Jpung, she was an 'old woman. which
of as people there as did !They call her "Nemonia"-tbe furnished one gun, was
pathy Groceries and Shoes
many used with effect on board of a small Dry Goods. Boots I
Shylock when he bemoaned the loss Chippewa 'for "old woman. She is
in the harbor of
Confederate launch
of his daughter and his ducats. The n marvel and a wonder to all who see HATS & CAPS CLOTHING HARDWARE CROCKERY AND. \
; .
Mobile. This though ,
bereaved Benedict watched the her. Her body is bent nearly to the gun, very
without the
small and
streets, hotels, and 'theatre wIth ground by time and heavy burdens. weighing, Car- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, '

lynx eyes, mid at last Espied the Her face wrinkled and smoked in the riage, only 156 pounds, was capableof I '. ,f

faithless one leaning 'lovingly on the 'Wigwams for over & hundred and fifty throwing eighteen two pound .4t the ....aowotet't Oarsh 'Priootss for: OfUiilh or I

arm of the gay and jocund son of, years, has little left of the "human solid shot, or one thousand one-hnn-' COTTON. :;
I dred canister shot minute, sen. 1 .
Neptune:!, who, strange to relate, ''lid face divine." per '
ding a solid shot a distance of two Having established a branch of oar haute In New York, wo are prepared to furnish GttfJn of all ,
'not bethink' him of using his fists When inquired of by white men, khcI.lu any quantity, ou ibe Iborle.luolle. and the moat advantageous term. ";-
on the infuriated husband as he rnshc (who were cutting timber near her miles with only three ,a half > .

1 frantically up Main street to seize wigwam,) in regard to her age, she ounces of powder. Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to

him by the throat. He only, in fact, could not tell it, but could well recollect His unfinished battery was captnr-

bethought him of his legs! which he when those tall pines they'werecutting ed at Macon and sent to WashingtonCity. HODCKISS SCOTT fc CO. t'
The invention has been ,
highly -
used to such advantarK! as placed were no larger than the staff I ,

several squares betweeirhimand'the' she held in her hand, and when she approved by scientfic artillerists, N'E'"QV '''St''on.B: :.
'and it is to be hoped that the Secretary Tallahassee, Jan 18 -Jy ,
could bend
had: .
man he ) wronged.Meantime them down and break off :'
i of War will employ the captain
Madam stormed their branches. 'lumbermen
scratched, bit and threatened, but the down those trees and counted their to complete his battery, in order that 'EN. & GEORGIA RAILROAD Emporium 'of Varieties ;

$700 were at stake, and she mus t go yearly growths, and many of them the guns may be thoroughly tested, I,
ir "fi .
and, if they a success, made '-,---
to prison or disgorge.! That was the proved to be nearly 200 years old. prove i
ultimatum and for And Nemonia could bend themto available to the "Government. A -
; finding no help once JIV P. SLtSSEK
it, she. was obliged to go to her the ground. So if Nemonia tells light, portable and effective gun has CHANGE 'oF SCHED'ULt.TULARU9U : ,

boarding house and draw from between thc truth, she is nearly two hundred long been a desideratum to the cavalry Jan 15, 1166.! 'J? A. :1. L A II A B: S JG K. :H'I..k <,

the bedticks, where it was reposing years old.HARD service, and it is believed that Oa and after this date the '{rntnn J
in ; the wallet ...- Captain Travis' invention supplies the Pell."ooh.llnd duter: Uuilruaa WIll CoppriTin andSHEET ,
crisy coyness, run dally ae fallow:
containing those cpmfortable 8700. ON THE: BANKS.=Some time such' a gun. EASTWARD. ,

The wrath of the husband since traveler into bank It will >be remembered that the Leave Qnlnoynt.................... 4.30 A. M. ..
injured a stepped a Arrive at Tallahassee Bl............ 6,dO DKit.EH IN aM
subsided the moment his, hand located in village .in the neighborhood batterhich he was engaged inbuilding Leave TttHnhainee at................ 7.00 "
................ "
to be presented to General Arrive Bt Miidlxon at 11.00
clutched the package, and smiling of this city, and immediatelyafter was Luare Madlunn at..................11,SO English, Trench and Domes
sardonically, he politely bade the his entrance pulled oft' his lint, Forrest by the ladies of the Arrived ul Lake tiny at............ 3,01', M. ,
and wished her coat and cravat this done he Southwest, who had contributed upward WESTWARD. Goods
lady a very good day, ; cast a
of toward its when T"e Lake City at................. '830 A. M
$20,000( cost '
much joy in her new found love.-. look at the cashier, who was seatedin Arrive nt Miullion at...............1120 P. M. Plain Fancy & Japannea Ware '
The foolish wuo is said to be quite a corner, "calm as a summer's the unfinished guns were capturedby heave. Madison ..t..................12.60 "" :
rrh'e..1 TalUthanEce at------------- 4 30 I
good lo .king, and hails from Cleveland morning," and, with a commanding General Wilson at Macon. Leave Ttlliihniwe at........:....... 600 STGVS HE <"
Arrive: Quincy at ................. 6.30. DQUART f.S.. ,
shake of his head
Ohio, where her/riendsand relations said ;

reside.. "Sir, hadn't you better be gettin' /?"Edwin B. Hunter, the New Leave TnllfllmMou ST. MARKS at.......TRAIN.......... 730 A. tf.Urivt A large;: and liindoomr vii"tjof :'.',
'that water heated r York landlord who plugged up a at St. Marko at-------------- 9.IA "
PJ.UCKEI in order "smoke ou't' Leave St. Murk .t. 12.00 M.
chimney COOKING '
. A CONDCCTOR.-Day The teller informed him that he a ... STOVES
Arr".t Tulliihumer in......... 1 46 I'. M. .
before yesterday, on the train comingout was in the wrong "shop." "You are tardy tenant, whereby two personswere ITjTilalf HM hour will lu !given' on the arrival I
t of the at Madison for Dinner, from
can goiii
from Jackson this way, the con in a bank, sir, not in a barber's suffocated by coal gas and died, and coming: thin way. | CcutbluiHg:: .
ductor was going round taking up shop." has been arrested and held to await A line of maces between Qalnov, Rilnhrlilge ''
and .1lbaulllld beta ten Munllcdlu and TliumHivllle J IILLT IRON, '
tickets. Some Federal officers were "A bank, eh I" ejaculated the the action of the grand jury. ,will connect with the tiMlnn.

aboard, said to bo discharged, and stranger, "dang me, they told me it Jan 18,1S6S-tf E. HOUSTOir ri-Hidcnl. AIR-TIGIIT: I (tf

among them was a colonel. An ex- was a shaving shop.. Jti'r A Maine paper states that a :

sutler belonging to the party had no colony of fifteen families, principally Hodgkiss, Scott & Co., LOX, AND ...i

ticket, or, perhaps, having boughtone Smuggling between Switzer from that State, is to embark for Pal i PARLOR CnOKING STOVrS: ,

at Vicksburg, had sto ped over land and France is reduced to a estine in July next. They propose COMMISSION MERCHANTS, '

at Jackson, and Jet it run out of date. science. You buy a watch of a Geneva to settle] at Jaffa, the ancient Joppa f All trimmed, in a vent! and t elm nllp umnnrr. ..- '
The conductor demanded the fare, watchmaker. He asks building lots having been purchased NO, 24 OLD SLIP NEW YORK. They cair' |"ip $1iiipd, | |) 'IK slid. ','UI1 nf '
colonel you : Tho, n. Hodekt,late of lUmbeltonBaltimore. 13"ullt"ro, i' 'Ihi- rnnniiv whit lipifi-cl >mfen KTO'V K: rI l '
which was refused. The ex- "Will take it with -and will with them Yankee !
you you, or shall. carry I PIPES nnd ELBOWS CII"'IIItJr.' n liaii1.C'utilour :
ordered the conductor / O. W. Scott,of firm of O. V Soot 4 Co,1' IUhanti. S
per-emptorily, : "
we deliver It at Paris ?1" If you answer improvements. ) \\
to pass that man. Conductor emphatically that you prefer it delivered .at Paris, ... D. H. Poole of firm of IW A. Babbitt, nil''''. lag duets l riic) >. OmuinMilal" HUIIMHciirls -
informed him that I.e. he A GREAT: DESTINY,-A observant bldg..II.: Slice! Zinc, SI;: "'et 1., all.
.I gives note with which when very
you a W. G. Poole of firm of O. W. Scott 4 Cu., Tallahtt -
the train. 'Colonel threatened thus the .... Et"Rtll'l': III k of eviy d"hctiuto1t(
managed : you arrive' at Paris, you go to an poet apostrophises order Kla. diii "n elicit notice. '
to arrest, "Arrest and be, appointed place and receive your of cetacea : -----'-- \

!1" was the reply, ,"and if the watch as innocent of the paymentof .Ho I whales that sail the deep. Special attention given to the tuba. \ of all kinds of I ::roti =33s.

fare is not paP Von,i- flesh illuminates the world, \VOODEN WARE
side track. Sure the train
enough, bands at Geneva. And to the purchase and (hlvmuut of
Your bones ruakt women reat.Edgar W ILLr, (' ,\RI:. '
was presently backed on the side .
Plantation Goods
SS* lIouschold ,
track. The conductor apologized to A i MODEL BOARn A bill presented Allan Poe is to be commemorated l'JI 11 rST I.-\.8\ I'IESE:11'S{ ; "

the rest of the passengers as he was'backing by a bookseller in Buffalo, N. Y. by a marble monument, in Wares, ImplcmcHIsMACHINERY Of every\ ileMiniiiion] nn Imtid. ('all and

in, but said he must obey to the Board of Supervisors 'of Erie i the Presbyterian burying ground &C. ( t'\III1I liffnte |'itiitliibiiif, ehl'Ilt'le., .
:X1',7ilj1f'm/ ; ;
orders. The conductor whipped hisrefractory county, for its "stationery" furnishedto corner of Fayette: and Green streets, _

passenger with the switch, that interesting body of legislator Baltimore, where his remains were 1 I Saddle, Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT ;'

the money was paid, and the train includes a chequer board, two cribbage laid. REFERENCES : .

came on.-Meridian, (Afiss.,) Messen I oards, three packs of cards, Mohui Currier & Co.,,:Sew Vprk. I !
did"Adam Grltlin, Ga.
nine diaries, valued at $50, two wal I "How long remain in J.Bryant L Moore Crnnm Montgomery, Ala. ...

ger.S3T conclusion of l.ets'utw ,albums, nine pocketbooks, a Paradise\( before be sinned ?" said an A.. B nd, Macon,Ga..Jus. Ga.K. ..
: Bond Macnn
t epitaphon family bible worth $25, several photograph amiable spouse to her husband. "Till G. Whttfleld Demopolla'Ala.! I have Just ri-cclvcd a large assort. .
meat ut tionda, I.II. 1"
tombstone in East Tennessee is oUII> Bur
a State Bank t, Florida,
albums, etc., amounting in he got a wife, was the calm reply. ','ltiliihafMi'A.Win. liully, 1-reildent *
as : the to thousand T'iJ. E. Hambelton, I'ru. Md. Fire Inn. Com Hontlcmi-n's] and Ladles' Baddies,
"She lived a,life of virtue, and died aggregate nearly a A gentleman complaining of the pang Baltimore. -Film Double and slncle: llar'te.a, tBridles ,
\ dollars.! The Board ) Cullma! and \Whirs) ,
wisely rejected
very Oct. 24-tf
of the cholera morbus, caused by various imports and taxes, says he Siuldln ')loth., 4
all of this character. -- .
eating green fruit in the full hope ofa charges. cannot put on his boots in the morning PRATORIUS & CLARK KliiH: ,Klndinp an* of Kind tun*, drscrlptlou1.1Hintrui

blessed mortality at the early age without stamps. Travelling tatchfls, and Trun) i
jC5?Somebodv writing of Senator ; Br.ddltni'o> Darners Hardware,
of 24 years, 7 months and 16" days ., ':
"He TAILORS U'rrllljU'Trhnmlnjl.81'0n
Sumner : scrupulously MERCHANT ;
Reader thou and do likewise." says pat JC3TA man named Joseph Woods \\' and Buggy Hubs, '.,
go terns after the English, but in doing has been arrested at East :St.:) Louis, Buggy I bhiiftn. tfpoKn: and Rim., :'
-- Axl
FLORIDA, Buggy alai
so he their vices and affectations TALLAHASSEE Springs
Not VERY COMPLIMENTARY apes with $20,000 in counterfeit postal ;

taking no heed of their generous CONSTANTLY ON I1AMD CARRIAGES '
clergyman recently addressed his fe- currency AND BUGGIES
and noble qualities. In statecraft KEEP laid a large and varied aMorimi'iit nt'

male auditory as follows : "Be not he is weak and purblind: He t When that load of Massachusetts of every description, 'I1
1 proud that our blessed, Lord paid GENTLEMENSCLOTHING Machine Bulling.
sex the distinguished honor ofappearing tampers continually with the letter women' reaches Oregon, it is .Work made to order and r'plolr''C lore with
I but brings no practical wisdom to proposed to found a city and call it ALSO, dl Agent pntch for WheMer
? first to a female after tha'i & Wilsoa'i and JIo"'t'"
bear the of He She-cargo. SEUIN' ; : .
i upon spirit things. U""CJl1NES.
resurrection, for it was only done that I. J. E runny. fTa1lRhaa.rn
has blackened Cloths
the end of his
nose, Oc ft-If
the glad might be the '
tidings spread in her
and is "Caught own net, as a man i
content not to see beyond it.
sooner: I .. said when he saw one of the fair fcex I Cassimcresj SOU1'I1EltN() EXPORT

hitched in her .
JtST" Dad I want to ask you a ,trA wide-awake minister, who crinoline. AM

question. "Well, my son." "Why is found his congregation going to sleepon A Yankee has just taught ducksto Vestiiigs, IMPORT COMPANY.. .

neighbor Smith's J liquor shop like a Sunday before he had fairly commenced swim in hot water with such success I

Confed, note 9" "I can't tell my son." I suddenly stopped and cx- that they lay boiled' Neck Ties '
eggs. 'PHIS COMPANY I. now ,
organized and wer
Because you can't"pass it." 'Go claimed; "Brethren, this ain't giving X are prepared to make liberal' advances on

1!, right stiaight to bed, you young a man half a' chance. Wait till Why is a lady of fashion like a Suspenders, '

. rascal: or 1 '11 make a smash of I'get along a piece, and then if I ain't successful sportsman f Because she Cotton and other Produce .

!r you I"P' worth listening to,' go to sleep ; but bays the hair _, Gentlemen's Hose &c. .
/ I .
:;.; 'don't before I "commence. Give I eonslitned tnnnr '.tnl.ln Liverpool.' The rrn--;
' o\ a enl talc e of Cotton In I.U' I t In from 60 u"ISI'Tr1 .
.tfr'Tbe: Vicero-may has "I hate doctors', bills the man erpoo lo
a ; Egypt man 'something like a fair chapce, Gantlemen'i germenti cat: and lI'ad.ID flUh. and '"'lI'ood 1 tTpland] Cotton and from *
;' / to the American mission at and that is all 1 ask said when ho caught the family physician onahle ityle and .nl'.rlnr manner.9r fIa ee"l. for gram |long Cotton In Gold._, a '
Cairo a block of houses ofyou. his Binre next to T. B. Tatum'i. We will ndvanceon..halfl,. value in Colder Its' '
kissing wile.
i worth' 200- --.. --. nntnhrrU-IfAdministratrix's. eanlvhlrnl currency _'
.000 francs. Ho has also given the Tho leading of the We solicit orders; for goods from the Verchanle'
, Photographers! and Ptantere. The
We admire thunder but for Notice. slriolp.i atlerllon )>ald to the '
I missionaries free for the railways ai, smallest order. for
. pusses country are assembling in Wasbi'ng.ton roodl "Oin' El1rllllt. France
lightning, we wero never struck by it. months after date I will preient my Ie. and aerlnan 1
d and has decided that \religious ,by agreement, to urge Congress SIX and vnuehere a* Admlnlttratn( of thee RICUARD F. FLOYD, rrr.ldrnt'J.ek.nnvitte l ;
journals and books shall not be sub to reduco the rato of taxes 'eu'theirproducts. late of L. M. 'White to the honorable.Indite ofProbate Floet4a. .
When soldiers, like
are good flannel .
of Lon county for a t Dual! eittemvutand E. T. Pine, Agent, Liverpool
sect to any tax. ;. ., *'? When they won't shrink. uk for a dlMbtrgn.! E. U WHITE!:, J. T.l|Be i s 4iD, gent,Tejattsswr.a.riov. England
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