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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: March 1, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I ijIc 'Dtd.i J 21 111 tn.thJd Latest News by the Mails General Lee' before) the I ilcconMruction U'cadell! Phillips) : :and the PresI- Good ,Advice
Committed N
\ : THE PRESIDENT'S VETO IN NEW TORK. dent Ilenry'AVise, n most inveterate

14 rilBLlSRKD 'ETERT NEW YORK, Feb. 21.-Resolutions 'Washington correspondent of Wendell Phillips (delivered! an 'address talker as I he w, always says: a good

the Times gives tho follow- jn the thing. In a recent speech, to. the
Chicago Brooklyn Academy
Tuesday' 1 Thursday! a uI Saturday: : were unanimously adopted by tjit-) "
Board of '\1del:11 en to-day, indorsing!! ing interesting account of Gen. Loo's Music on the 10th inst., in the "Richmond Blues, he gave this sensible
. .AT'TALLAHASSEE: FLORIDA.. the Reconstruction course\ of lie advice :
the President) veto.OKXKRAL appearance before : which used the follow
-""'- - ,- fifteen lie their General ]had :
surrendered
Committee of at the Lap tngg language : ,
-' 'TEIEMS, : BtJTLER. ital :' But you will\ say the President and it was a bona fide .suriender. If

IN A'DVANCE : ,NEW YORK Fob. 21.-The Express Gen.. Robert E. Leo appeared this al80H
Ter Annum..........:.....................}11 60 states tlmt B. F. Butler has afternoon before the joint committee and of Gen. Ilo,irird.:. The ranks of the Blues, would allow their
,Fur Six Months............................ 400Hlugle paid to Smith Dto, of New Orleans, campaignof General to issue his last orders hewould
jOoiilvn I .. :...... ... ..... 10 of fifteen on Reconstruction, though .. Virginia was fought iijfninst representative ,
::::: : :.: : I the 880,000( in gold which they alleged his e\' llencc'VIIS given to the subcommittee rebel Lee. The presentcrnaput7iai4 ,, say surrender, and let it be a

he .abstracted! ,; from their vaults, ; composed of Messrs ; fought ayalnst Andrew, bona fide'sUl'l'el11el'; ; not .. crouching

RATS", ; OF'ADVEKTISING, together with\ interest, nil'costs, andSheriffs Wnshburnc,. ("o' lklin'g, 'of New York, Johnson; who leads t ':hosts nf the servile surrender,1' but'a surrender ft-

TO liB PAID FOB is ADVANCE tOne charges: making an aggregate and Blow, 'Missouri.who have the Confederacy. [Applause:] The" upon the point of honor. If oaths ,;
Bitinre' (12 Xonpuroll line,) or lc.', for theRust of over $ of in order that "
Insertion.) .._............... ...... $1 00 150000.! State of Virginia under considera question! has !shifted from the camp are required you you j
Enoh snlimqiic'ia liwrllon\ ............... :75EaiHto MASSACHUSETTS tEQISLATURE.BosrosJVb. lion. into the' fOInmf} it has shifted from may return to your occupations, take P
and Legal, Nutlcua to be cluuxrd ? 22.-.In the :Massachusetts' -: On catering the room where the the cannon I into ideas ; and the great then, if you possibly can, and go'to '

.j the Bn no nt transient vortlocnicnn [House of 1 Ri'piTS-.Mitatives; ye ter' full Committee'' were jn session, but mqincnlo.is discrimination needed today work. Lay aside your old gray regimentals

'except Notion of Olainl-'Hloii no A'lmin-' daY''' ;1t'tcl'noo I, ai series of resolutions three members' out of a dozen presentspoke is, where the par y lines Inni : .-' ; they have served you well, \
I Ijtr.vtor, f.j>- whlo'i! the '
;. '' Ohltniry' Nmloos and charge Tributes shaft!of Uo., He 18. 00 were adopted regretting the act of to the wit\lcss\ /" who seemed to i, Camps fight well when they arc and you never disgraced them. But

aA n \.rtl.onolts.! pcctchnrhu'd President! Johnson in vetoing'the notice the fact. ,IIe was soon taken drawn up opposite each other ; the go to'work.. If you can't get a dol-

\i FreednWs Bureau bill. before the sub-committee, where his ,difficulty i is when they are mixed.=: lar a day, take the half of it ; if you

.M:J THE The House refused: to 'receive a examination: proceeded[ at conside- The difliculty of the present momentis can't get a quarter, take 'a cent ; if

;, SENTINEL! resolution thanking the President able length, though it did not elicit that men are confused as to where you can't get meat and bread get '
? 1. the on'y ipcr In Florldi that Is piihllthcd bread alone and if you can't
the lines ; get a
for his veto. }my prominent statement, beyond! run. t
"l 9 three\ limo n week, Ml-) tburefraniLrd( ; ltd null
% what }might have been anticipated I will tell idea. Grant whole loaf, take a half. But go to
* ; .crlbor. tho rendlMt mc.ind of obtuliilnif tho Into MR. SEWARD ON THE EMPEROR ,:NAPO- you my ,
front; the known position 'ot'' tho wit headed, the Northern hosts Lee the work I work! work I
l' ,-is IIr the Yov York and Sonthnrn Mnrkots. ness. lIe was! ,quite reticent, and! did Southern. Lea has been whipped, ,
The of Seward to
Secretary
It wilt'!! also give fill rnpornof tho proccdlln\ reply not volunteer any remark beyond the and the b ,t'le settled. To-day Con- DECORUM.-Women do not trans ,I

cor the r.ul\+!.tttlie. Tho :.ScntliH'IU furnished' to AMr. Bigelow's dispatch, inclosing the proper answer to the questions, I hilt gross heads I the Northern host, and gross th bounds of decorum so o'Ttcnus '
.J' < iiii'. > ot'-the Napoleon
Emperor
'': -itj'ialowMt speech\
ralcn.In
living
him. lie said that far he Andrew Johnson the men; but then they go greater
South.
; to so ns I Loud I
! .;.-: ..::=-... ---- reference, to Mexican aff.iiis has been For with somewhat
had opportunities for !learning, the' and continued applause.] And' until lengths. reason !
I J >1: UY'a'li\G.: printed, which will be forwarded! to : weaker have to contend with
they
people! of Virginia had :accepted the you awaken the North to stand behind ,
Mr. Seward alludes,
,. ennnrdonelthi the antlnd, wu have n nil- Europe to-day. result of the war in good I faith and Congrfss and enh'oartcn' and encourage passions somewhat! stronger; besides, ,
parlor nut varied nK iirtnu>nl of new jntrirtiiKM with considerable Kcvcrity to, and female one forfeits '
a by
were anxicus for a restored amity in it to recognize its own leader tnlngrcssion, .1
itorl!, and nro prepared to execute do- denies the assertion of the Emperor, ,
every her in forever if :
the Union. When'pl'l'ssed by a ship'and that of its the State place society ; once :1
sari enemy,
of
In th
ptinn work it llnu\ with bleat neM* nnddi'upite'i. that Government had been incited -
our she }lulls it 1 is the fall of Lucifer. It ,:
question, he is said to have intima- it not safe for moment. ,
t( .tlmi on trmt: n Bite ninnrtincnt of a Co-igress
France in her .Mexican in.
i i ;Ink) fur, printluir! In enlorn. Orders" liy nl'\lor! to join introduction ed that the feeling for the Union had been many month looking to a is hard, indeed, thai the law of opine
tervention
before the of
: was much !stronger jnst after the close party which said\ : "We believe in ion should b"e most severe on that sex ;Ii l
c-r.tockm Ire >ch forces into the army of :Max least able to bear it but it is and f ,
| of the war than now, /for there appeared universal suffrage, in' the rights of ; so >
tfiTli'4,11' I lor 1111,111 1 will admit .f, nnd imilian.
"I( nrc'buloviho the sentence is 1 harsh the sufferer
licr'ic.l < to him some impatience among\ the negro, .in his light! to land and to t
rate which rule In other
r lines of!liinliienfl. V DIJLESATION OF MEItCrtAXT':: T.VILOP.S.: the people thatmen who hud not justice ; but, Mr. Johnson, dont should be reminded that it wa.s passedby J

tbrumm, .., _.. rc ... _" _, __,_._. \\'ASIIlNGTO: Jan. 21.-A delegation been identifiedith the war in the die nul: for a moment that we will ever !her: peers. Therefore, if onca a woman I
'J"-r.----------------: of MerehautTnilors.arehere from South shonld iie prevented from; rep- oppoie! you." You know, how the breaks through, the barriers of

Y i\11H11\ (gl1r1Pt0 Pennsylvania and Maryland, joinedby resenting the States in Congress.He .- South ruled ns for fifty years by simply decency, her case is desperate; and if 1

--' some of. the trade in Washington declared that there was a dispo I' sa\ rug) "I am willing to break." she! goes gri'atl'l'lenitths than the men,

I to appear before Committee sition to treat the -frecdmcn well, as 1 1'he President ]had up to the present and leaves the pale of propriety further t I Ii

A, J. PEELER, of \\'nVt and Means! with a memorialto well for their own interest JIfOI' the ruled,I Congress in the same way,but behind her!, it is because she is

ATTORNEY AT LAW obtain an amendment of the Internal white people. lie expressed: a deci ill hist: Congress has turned and said, i aware that all return is prohibited, I II

Revenue law. They say they lh'chopc\ that the government might iv\Ve are willing to break." Now I and by none so strongly as by her

TALLAIIASNE6, FLORIDA.. are now required to pay sixty dollarson endure< lor all time, and regarded the comes bur second trial. Docs the own sex. I
.
,
Offloe up Sta'r* orar the State .iuk.STMffli'e every thousand of cross: receipts\ : course of President Johnson and Gen. President dare to bring to bear upon
hour< from 0 from2inAp.m. p. m. which they think altogether too Grant toward< the South as liberal Congress the patronage of the Government i'JIiss Mary 'n\alkkertlue female ';

-Oolnbir.- J h' -8m' much. They are willing to pay whatis II and humane. I ? If he docs so, we "shallsee physician, who has been in and around .

recommended by the Treasury It was'plain to the committee that whether 18G6 is t.odo \\hatno Washington a great deal during the

I id EDWIN A HART, Committee, vii: $5. on Si,000. I General Lee found himself in a very year in the history of this country past few years, wears the bloomer

and he did not has ever done. Show us Congressthat I costume, and is often, mistaken for
ATTORNEY.AT LAW RECEPTION OF A SOCTnERJT!: EMIGRATION :: anplcasant position, a.
one of tho sterner sex. She appeared
: ; AGENT IN BRAZIL. communicate very freely. ; can stand erect against a I'l'e lent

MAIISOFL.\. NEW YORK, Feb. 21.-The Her A crowd awaited his appearancefrom of its own party. A Whig Congressdid I I i at the door] of-tho Senato gallery tho

WILT: practice< lii the Cfurls of the Mid}:!to ald's Rio Janeiro correspondent of the committee rcom, ,and fol- once stand firm against a Demo. other nay; and was about to enter 1
CII'olllt.I when! the doorkeeper said: "Pass to
lowed him from the capitol down cratic President, but never in the his-
.
Fubru try 15, ISUi< 47- f the 20th, states that Gen. Wood, the ladies .
thc this is the gallery.
v 1
Pennsylvania avenue to his'hotol.- tory of the Government a Con- right;
of number of Southern Associations
a "
Agent
I W, H V7HITJJER, of Emigrants in his exploring A largo number people ]have;\ called '!cress able to stand against: a Presidentof I'm a lady, indignantly do repliedthe
him but he avoids far its That work has doctress. "What you wear
trip on his arrival at Rio Janierowas on as as possible own party. "
. ATTORNEY AT LAW, received with 'courtctand at all publicity. now to be accoinpliscd, or the idea of pantaloons for if you arc ? inquired
--- the Norrti is to be sacrificed for the the doorkeeper. "I guess: ( I 1m ve tho
'officials'and
MADISON, FLORIDA. tended by the people '
"So
t right to wear what I please.
n.u.TiiK( IN cbcurs THE CHICAGO Tl'NNEL.-At Chi time being.
THE!: OF l'ally. lie had\ an interview
to' 'WITf., Ml.ldlu Circuit. g-en # you have: but I have no manner: of
with the Tjnd all his ministers cngo, on Lake Michigan:a tunnel i is
! ve 13, 181)5-if Emperor that lady, therefor"I
knowing 'oul\1'e a ,
in two miles in length, under We have crushed South Carolina
and received promises of all the pmgiess "
into the \
t '--- ----- ------- the Like, for the of and now tIle Presi :lent means to can'tlet, yougo gallery.
the purpose supplvinu
land he required at minimum government
convinced him that she
To Printers and: Publishersu immediate tho city with pure water.- crush Massachusetts. Well, ,we accept Mary finally

--: : nil colonists prices freedmen of citizenshipfor religion NVoikmcnae engaged! at the shore the wdr. If he succeeds he shall was a female, and she was permittedto I

in write his name higher than that of enter the ladies gallery.LIABILITIES .
Having largo lot of surplus and the control of their 'own and outer end simultaneously
press ----
forward'the work. By the Hurr or Arnold, for the treason
pushing
and educational i
regulations
municipal TELEGRAPH COM-
PRINTING MATERIALS. institute and frees importation for first ot i ctober) next, or by the middleat which they attempted andfailedinhecurried oy I
suit; the United
*" PA\'IES.-A against
but will write it side
'I oJur for sale: FOR CASJ, the following art}. five of all : ,articles. the latest, it is (expected that the ; we by '
tL, years necessity States Company, tried at
the iltor that tried Telegraph
them
; i,1* Clrs lit working at either end of the aide with Ir
'of Wood and men
From Janeiro
Rio
,
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"i Wh- party Detroit last veel resulted in
? a verdict'ofi47 -
J :,
will meet each other. The and liledif we win [Loud and t
i ,: On half Manufacturers' Prices. passed into the interior the country, tunnel 49 for plaintiff. Tt -
One WASIU.VUTOif( IIAXD 1'BESS of it .shore end of tho tunnel now "stre'chesout long continued applause.] appeals
, slzojfo. to make an inspection transpor- that in May last, Julius Ilhasea : \
3, in good "rcl.r .. under tho lake a distance of -
** One \1\:111:: I SIll'\) nAND l'RE3S..lzo No. tioQ being furnished ttiern gratuitously feet o\'er mile and, ClI Ut,tCTER OF THE SPANISH QuEEN. employed as a cigar maker at Detroit It
2, In nxoi'llcMil order.'' 5,812 feet, 445 a ,
t 250 I lh.. Bit l:71EIt.250th. At the towns they were received end of the tunnel extends -Ono of tho papers says! that the being anxious about his family 1\i
.1 -J .. 1.0X0( IMUMER. with orations, entertainments) the crib private character and] conduct' the telegraphed them at Yonkers, N. Y.,
ji 4Q 12f.inlH.lDU TYTG.! dinners, enthusiastically I Queen of Spain are so outrageous and receiving 'no reply, after three
1 2U funs, lHSI'L t S: PE.Ct1.1:13 welcomed. The General will making a total 016,157 feet completed
report where ho
.9 \SIIE-J, RL-I.ES'LE4TSFGIL. and I leaves only three feet over that no l'lJalloplti is felt for her dynasty. days started: tor Yonkers,
't '%'U I II'UItEandIii: fact I'verjthlng' iit-ce*ni-y favorably: on the projected emigration It i i.s no secret in any of the discovered no dispatch had: been TC'-
'A W 'In tBliliMj miL u. paper twice Iho size of llm thither 5,000 feet! to be completed. Though
%, ;; TMk. buiitluei.,." it'will bo finished in October, it will capitals of Europe, nor indeed anywhere ceived. Just on{ the point; of return
\ Wfy.', '' > .' w. A. snoBER in the world, that her children to Detroit the dispatch came to,(hand,
-.. Proprietor Florida! rtontlnel. SLEEPING WITH THE HEAD TO .TIII not probably bo ready for use till
N'oRTII.-IIe'rr Dr.: Julius von Fish November\ as it will have to be are not her husband's children-arc having, been mailed at. lhl\ny.-

|4- P. B. BROKAW'SLIVERY wailer, an eccentric German physician cleansed out, and also time bo givenfor not even by ono lover-but are the 1 hiasea: sued for cost oj dispatch (i>2))

.settled result of amours as capricious as they and), traveling: expenses to Yonkers
s ), recently died, leaving in his the masonry! to become ,
-e : AND SALEVrffr' will what he considered a secret for before the water can bo let jn. are disgraceful. ,She will shortly give and return, and won his i case.

'. increasing the of our life His .. birth to another infant, and the parcntago -- -
years The Publishing House of the, .: in this case! is" so insulting it '-The Emperor of Austria, who
he
own was 109,and attributed jgy; ,
,
; ,. ,Stales, Il1f it to the.ago fact that lie always\ slept; Methodist Church, South, nt' Nashville Spanish regard of foreca ie,- if not resIect.for i is winning hearts in Hungary by his

with his heud to the north, and tho which hall been seized for confiscation morality that tho people, of frank. manners and liberal principles,
!
been restored to that denomination the large. cities are mortified and indignant expected,to make his coronation
of his has
< rest ,
V T; body as nearly possiblein
= '; A l, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.'SMt'.v a meridiannl position.qs By' this by the Government. The In modern; times she' has unilsually brilliant and memorable,

1. -\LSO means, be.toligllt!: the iron in his Christian Advocate, which was! issued seen'ooly oneroyal personage whose by passing :an act of amnesty which

, VI *f CARR AGES, DUCCICS, WAGO SAND body became' magnetized, and thus by that establishment, suspended.during dissolnte'manners-have] 'approached will allow every political exile to return

.. .L ",i. HARNESS FOR S.1LE. increased.the energy offline vital the greater portion of the war,, ,her;..I.and. that personage js."..her moth- to 'Hungary. *It' is said that
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Kos'suth's will head the list.
er.. name .
I 'k' hasVosumed 1 :
publication. .
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A Desperate Game. Botls In the Field Again I Gen.: SherDl u.'s Speech. Daring Robber)'. '
ijd. "cutznci.TALL'AhtASSJ
; \tttItltf $ I On Thursday/ evening; the 22d:;! inst., a .
p
The honored with a
Radical lAulers [in Congress are Joan M. Boris, of Virginia, has ap- General Sn !astA was
trunk containing thousand dollars ;
now said t'; admit, openly and aboveboard peared in the Washington papers, takingthe public reception in Detroit last week, in coin, greenbacks, silverware, diamonds, ,,;J

8 that their[ purpose is to keep the most extreme ground against the restoration when he'concluded a Speech as follows : jewelry, one silver and two gold; watches .."

THURSDAY, ':MARCH 1, I860., Representatives from the Southern States I t of the Southern States lIe now "I never, expect to again; command a with sundry other articles of value? was
out of their' military force., We are too powerful for stolen from the bed chamber of Mrs. Bo-
seats, and thus virtually keep 'I says that the functions of the Governmentin
nand tho wife of the of the
our to be destroyed in the future proprietor
those States of'vhe Union until [ those States I !in rebellion have peace
Agent tor The Sentinel.Mr out, they lately by a domestic or a foreign; foe. The Planters. House, while that lady was at

*. D. II.Wii.8oir, afQnincy. have adopted such measure as will ensure been suspended by the uncons'titutionalaction country has too many men such as those the Opera. .'

e TnojiAsJRHKiKS' at Madison. the p'el'msnenL ascendancy of the Radical of those temporarily in authorityin whom I now see around me'some of From all we learn, the robbery was pre
Mr. i
whom accompanied me through the pine planned; and so well did the villain make
&<> Jacksonville. i Republican patty To do this! they will those States ; that these State govern
Messrs. DREW AKLEY, forests of Georgia and the Carolinas, for his calculations, that he successfully carried -
TATLOR Fernandi not scruple to adopt such amendments to ments can only restored through the it out without detection. From
Col. D. J. a a. its quiet to be lightly; distuihed. [Applause .-
Maj. F. C. BABRETT, at Gainesville.Mr. the Constitution as will\ entirely] changethe action of the Congress of the United States ,] Michigan herself alone. and strong circumstantial evidence it is

C. E. JOHNSOS,'at Monticello. form of Government, and endeavor to and upon the suppression of the rebellion Certainly when backed up by Illinois, In- thought to have been perpetrated by a
obtain ratification the diana and Wisconsin, could raise an army negro named William, but it is suspectedhe
Mr. W. t. STHOMAH at Ceptreville. n of them by State and the restoration of peace, the right to
large enough to not only i repel, but crush, must have had outside aid.
Mr.,Jony A. Outrun, at Savannah, Ga. Legislatures. ,Here, however, is where govern! and control theso States, naturally any force or power that should dare in- Major Bonaud, having occasion to go

they will certainly fail. The States will constitutionally' ( and inherently, devolves fringe upon our borders. [Chews.] Our Into the 'loom, missed the trunk,' Inquiredfor

d never ratify amendments that'rev lution on the loyal citizens thereof, who Dl\tiol1alllffalrs will shortly be restored to it, but it could Dot be found.. William
Notice.-During the nbucnco of the imdor- safe and basis. ., had also disappeared in the mean-
a
Congress,
ize the Government, take the lowers have fallen heirs to the estate. permanent
away {
Binned, tho business of tho Sentinel Offlco will when it has finished a certain amount oftalk lime, taking with him Mrs. Bonaud'sniece's
bo conducted by Mr. J. M. Doir, Editor, In of the several Legislatures, and con- The amount of it is this : Bolts wants as all popular assemblies must, will gold watch and trinkets that were" >

1 charge. solidate all time law making powers in -a the present Legislature of Virginia! broken speedily settle all questions. [Applause.] lying .on the bureau in the room next to %

,W\[. A SnO. Elt. Congress of white men and negroes. up and a new one elected, to be com A year ago you were anxious for the her.aunt's. )"

:Tallahassee, Feb.: 10, 1q66.' the of who army which 1 liai the honor to command.It Capt. Simpson and his officers were ft,.
Certainly, any Amendment to Constitution posed exclusively "loyal" men,
had disappeared from sight you sp edily'lnfol'Dled of the theft, and though
't
GRAND 13sutnlTION.-Dr. 0. D. DEAn n while.. __n_ eleven__. U. _Knnlliarri.__.,.,.. _states.___. .erg.. .. will be pledged to elect him to the U. S. heard nothing from it,your and know j not they spent the entire, night in the search,., If'It

not represented'would beunconstitution- Senate. lIe further alleges that the Pres w hem e it was; nor where it was' [1olng-: proved unavailing.. Yesterday, they' :;\

will exhibit his grand Panorama or Moving al. The Constitution requires a vote oftwothirds ident's clemency,has not been appreciated Exercise equal faith now, and 'matters got on the scent, found where William .'

Mirror in this city In the course of a of Congress, even before an by Southern men, and 'that therefore will come out as well [(fheers ] I kitqw had lodged, and l at the gate of the premises { {

few days-as soon as he can obtain a room the man at the bead of affairs at Washington found a package of the silver spoons '
ampndment can be proposed to'the State Congress should proceed to "reconstruct"every and all we have to do/ is to trust him. that was among the plunder in the .trunk. ;
It is of the
suitable for its display. one Legislatures. The House of Rep,ese la- State Government at the South. [Applause.! ] Exercise lot bearance and In addition they discovered a package of i

finest Panoramas now before the public, lives of the present' Congress -rightfully Truly, BuTTS has come 'to a miserable patriotism [applause] and give the President i- eight' thousand dollars in Confederate !
know from observation embracing / and rarneil which the thief had thrown In the .
as we our hearty support. money ,
consists of 250 members. Of this number end, and is more deserving of pity than '
the Falls of Niagara, the Mammoth Caveof [Applause.] ] We certainly have a bright shrubbery on a gentleman's adjoining lot.. ,' :
167 members occupy their seats, and contempt. before us." -Alaeon Telegraph. ,
prospect % ;
the East River New YOlk ,
Kentucky ,
J1
the Southern members entitled_ to,seats; e
&c.,',&c. but who are kept out of them, number Negroes Moving VFesfl s ---' S.- GENERAL LEE.-The Washington cor, ;It

+ 83. Add to tbe ranks of tho Southern The Atlanta Intellijenger notices ,Lively Times on the Rio respondent of The Louisville Courier"
COTTOS.-Apalachicola, the princira ; a '
Grande
writes
: t
members the Conservatives Democrats
cotton port of Florida, has received 100- steady and constant, emigration of negro
Union men &c., now occupying seats, and laborers through that We copy the following items showinghow :: "A crowd awaited his appearance frorri
city westward
000 bales of cotton since" Stay last, and and, time committee room, and followed him i
the Radicals will be in their things are working on the American ;i
a minority
remarks
; the .
exported 65,345 bales-49,580! to New upon importance of I'nel'gyand from the capitol down Pennsylvania avenue .
York, 11,561 Liverpool, and 4,000 to total strength amounting to only 121 activity in Georgia to counteract the fide.of the Rio Grande river' from The to his hot l. A ]large number of e

votes. So the Southern members must movement by furnishing with New Orleans Picayune ; people have called upon him, but he fi
New Orleans &c. There still remains on negroes '
be kept out, at all hazards, or the Radical inducement in the The\ sergeant/ of the military .patrol!, i avoids, as far as possible, society General .. ,
of .
hand there, 33,000 bales.] Value of the every way wages of the 7lh Veimont in Lee is apparently excellent health. '
scheme to attempting to aI'I'pst ,
the
perpetuate power oC and employment to remain where His hair and beard t
cotton erportedL 813,000,000. Pretty they some men of the 77lh'0hio, at a fandango are considerably more
SUMMER and STEVENS, will utterly fail than when he last in this cit
It frosty was
fair, for a little Florida port. are. says : was knocked\ down with ickbat.s y.
.. It is a desperate game, played by desperate :"For our part, until Georgia Uplandscan l and( beaten by the Ohioans, and the Vermonter He wore a ser.ii military, cloak. which ,
and it let the assailants looks as though It had accompanied him 4
men, cannot win. The ScAil compete In productiveness with tho escape.A .
New Goods Another Arrival lieutenant of the HCth was assaulted in some of his late camptvicns. The remainder -
entertains Mississippi bottoms, ne shall be unable
fears
no or apprehensions as !to
''McKiBuis AND ALLEN have received to see how Georgia planters con competein in the evening on Urn square, by. severalmen of his dress was of a purely civil
the final result, regarding: the whole question labor with in uniform, his revolver taken from character,' well filling and tasteful. He
wages western
another cargo by way of St.- Marks, con- "restoration"" planters.-! him and visits bin daughter, Mr.s., Mildiiliu in
of as one of time only. The latter can and will overbid lis and placed against his head, his ,
fisting of Dry Goods, Hardware Nails, Georgetown, this evening, and, \ will depart
we should not be surprised to see a heavy pocket book, watch ,-etc., rifled, and ha -

Liquors, &c., &c., now ready'Cor [inspec Speech of lion. .\. II. drainage of labor towards the rich cotton was then led below town, his shoulder fur Virginia on "the Richmond traintomorrow ,

tion. Retail dealers and country merchants Stephens lands of Mississippi i Louisiana and Ar- straps cut off, thud left to his meditations.The forenoon.\

will do well to avail themselves of We regret our inability to publish !the kansas, and that region finally concen- body of Sergeant .Nathaniel' ] G. SLAVE TIIADR--e.f.- -SouTnThe-
FROU
great Speech made by Senator trate the bulk of the colored farm labor- Wind-on, 4th Wisconsin cavalry, was THE
the facilities afforded by this house, to replenish before the S'rrpnEH: Ing population. Where a good hand can found six miles, below Brownsville]] bung Georgia correspondent( of, the New York

their stocks at unusually low pri Georgia Legislature on the 22.1 produce from ten to thirteen hales of colton to a tree. lie \Vas bearer of dispatches Daily pews mentions a fact that goes

ces. of February. We regard it ns his noblest he should be able to command ample from Gen Wright 10 Gpn. Clark at Claiks-
far to support! the rumor that the truffle in. \
public effort, and could wish that it ; yule, concerning tho Bagdad alIa l'. Ho
Another vessel with a of Spring might wages. I
cargo have left Brownsville, two hours r.fter1'; J. freedmen is now carried, uti"betn-een the |
Goods for MCKIBBIX & ALLEN, is on her amore extended circulation at the -_.--- F.Burgmester, who was going to Clarks- Southern States and Cuba. The writer J

way to St. Marks, and will arrive within North than the South, that her people Our Congressmen. ville. Mr. Hurgmes'ler was lassoed And says : "
might learn from him then beaten death.Petroleum ,
a few days. They have also made ar- although just free ThoproFpectof the admission of Soiuii- to "I ]have I not seen the letter myself, but i I
from a long confinement .
rangements per steamer J. L. Small wood, in piison"foropinion's ern members of Congress! is thus a'luOecl --. r--- gentlemon in a position to be well informed -

to keep the market supplied wi'h West sake," a lesson of patience, forbearance to by one of the Arkansas delegation In n in Alabama.We i tell me thnt a letter Imsjquite leeeotly
and been received in this State trust General,
India and New Orleans goods. charity. Prejudice, hQ asserts !learn from the Rome (Oa. Courie
private letter from Wushiogton, : dafe'l ) Robert Toombs at Havana, staling that
I Is a host of evil within itself, and i ill February 5th : I that the steamer Undine took Kvn the ho has just met in the streets of thai city

The Increased ,Expenses of that connection quote one of the finest "I intend to start home by the fiist, of Coosa river last week from that place to I bin former! (negro) carriage! diivor, wlio l 1
passages of the Speech : told him he had been inveigled from his I t
Newspaper Publishers. next month, if the prospect of admission Qadsden, Cherokee County, Alabara.i: a '
house In Georgia and sold Cuba slave !
I could enjoin no greater duty becomes no better There are various to a
Whatever may be the popular delusionto my countrymen now, North and South npon, opinions. The l'lesidenadvispd me not car load-$10,000 worth-of machinery, dealer for thirteen hundred dollars I I

the contrary'; the :Macon Telegraphsays than the exercise of that degree of for- to go home for awhile yet, as he thoughtwe for boring for Petroleum. Oil, at or near understand I hat Geneial Toombs further

it is a fixed fact, to which every bearance would enable them to would be admitted."It Gadsden. The Courier/ understands that nlliinH in this letter thai the slave Hade

conquer their prejudices One of the is hard telling what the extreme does actually exist between this country
publisher will testify, that newspapers and the machinery belongs to an Atlanta com and Cuba."
highest exhibitions of the moral sublime men will ,do now, as the contest bet\yeen
newspaper advertising are the cheapest the world ever witnessed, was that of Dan "Old Thad," their leader in the House, patty of which Mi' J. II. Rogers is Snperintendent. -----

thingi to be had in the market This will iel Webster, when in an open barouche i in and the President Is waxing pretty hot, as It is said that the work of The Tennessee Union Convent, which, !

readily appear by a compaiison of the the streets of Boston, he proclaimed, i In you have seen before now Various boring! will be commenced immediatelyby met! at Nashville, on the 22d:) seems to

price and cost of publication now with substance, to a vast assembly of his constituents amendments to the constitution are now practical oil men, who are very san have disturbed the nerves of Browmiluw'eorgan .
-unwilling hearers-that before Consrcss. The
those of other days. We may safely say had conquered an uncongenial clime"they i on the voting one population basing representation is not- guise of success. They consider the Indications The Press mid Times. It lets fly .

that taking labor, cost of material and they had conquered a steiiie soil ; they ''so objectionable as (t would affect Arkansas .of rich deposits! of the very best tho folio"Ing characteristic hit at that r

rent, the average increase in the cost of had Conquered the winds and elements of :, It ban 330,008 whites, and 110- kind, and are going to make a thorough body :

conducting newspaper is three fold.- the the Ocean ; they had conquered most of 000 colored people, which, the blacks excluded test as soon as possible. They have a set "The mock Union Convention of yesterday -
elements of nature j but they must would gii e us three Congressmen." Honored, Abraham Lincoln .
Now, no paper is published at double the yet learn to conquer their prejudices!" ,1111'" e of hands just from the oil regions of Penn- the Union army, hung out no Union flag and,

former price when labor, rent and mate' WASHINGTON ITEMS-The N. Y. Tri sylvania, who thoroughly understand. the played no Union music, and twice hissed

rial were cheap, and as regards' advertising A Confederate "at Work. bune's Washington special business. the gallant: General Joseph A. Cooper of

there is but a trifle if any advance on correspondentsays ---. ..- East Tennessee, a soldier who fought four
the rates that ruled It looks as though ARTHUR P. :B\GBT! :, years for the Union, and fought heroically -
previous to the
war. late Brigadier General in the Confederate Great indignation is felt among the parishioners W: The Augusta Constitutionalist under General Tliom.is: in defense of

These facts Cully.establish our point, and Army Trans-Mississippi Department had of Dr. Sutherland's church, in states that Gen. Brennan has authorized Nashville. The devil take all such damnable r

t they prove, too, that many newspapersare gone to work in earneit. The New,, Washington, because the trustees consen- the City Police of that city to arrest all Union Conventions as the vile imposture
apparently prosperons when the Or- ted to the use of the edifice for the lecture of yesterday"
expense violators soldiers
of the law. The will
leans ficavunt savs. he is. runnintr. n ,pin of Fred. Douglass. .
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01 conducting them is certainly! steam' be turned over to the tuilitai-v tribunals. I FRANCE. The
saw mill atPattersonville address of French Senate
on Bayou
eating the profits. We have Cbas. Francis Adams, will probably return
up hesitation
no the Freedmen to'the Freedmen's Court in reply to the Emperor's
Tecbe, in Louisiana: lIe varies this oc- home. It ill speech expresses
in saying that to approximate suppposed bis.plac"will satisfaction that the mission .
just of
and citizens to the Recorder's Court
be
cupation by filled by Mr
proportion to prices generally in the- superintending a woodyard i ia Mally, now Minister c the French I troops to Mexico approaches -
to Vienna. _
Either
of these vacancies -
IIW
prist mill ; a blacksmith shop ;the repairing completion', and says, "the flue communication ;
market -
a daily paper ought to command would probably] ba filled Curtin.
twenty dollars of plows,' wagon carts'and buggies by Oov. The -Alaclma Coty.ty Criminal made by the Emperor to the UnU.'\fsj' ,*
per annum ,and advertising Some United States Collectors in the led States has demonstrated that &
the Court last haughty
j making of same j also, of bar- week sentenced' two negroes to
two dollars per square for every inn. Southern States, have been receiving for and menacing language will not canse'
sertion. ges, flatboats, skiffs, and cisterns. Ire payment of duties Seveu thirty .Treasury receive 39 lashes each fur/ larceucy. The France to withdraw. France is accus- I' .

We find in the Philadelphia was in Tom Green's Texas command during Notes, with the coupons detached. Secretary Gainesville Era makes no mention of toured to move only at her own time-;

Ledger the war. If we mistake not, Gen McCulloch says they are not law their being turned over to the military but she nevertheless wishes to remember ,
some remarks on this subject, vbich'will ful and he her ancient with. America ,
Bagby is a graduate of West Point. money, cannot receive themin authorities for punishment[ friendship .
doubtless, be verified by every newspaper payment. What is asked of the United States ia. '

office in the Union. We transfer them for .. . I. neutrality and the observance of the mien : : I : t
ESTIt j; is stated by the Bainbridge (Ga.) Cdr The citizens of New Haven, Connecticut trality laws." <;14' <
the contemplation: of those Chart 3TThe General Conference of the M. 1
newspaper ,
$ Pompasi, that the :Atlantic and and of fired
Dayton Ohio sa- -
,
customers who are. sometimes in the habit Gulf Railroad will be in E. Church, South, meets at Nets Orleans Oil' The Track. .
operation again lutes of 100 tbe 20th in honor of
on ,
guns
of complaining of high price That from Savannah to Thomasville today, on Wednesday, 4th of April, 1866, The the President's veto of the Freedmen's The locomotive "Marlon," of the Florida i, ,*: \

journal delegates' from the Florida Railroad, which has been for '
says ; March 1st.' 'w e trust this bt Conference soifle .
When may 'so ; Anderson Bureau bill. weeks past engaged in tbe work of reconstruction fltfV.: "
newspaper readersoccasionally are-Josephus S. P. Richard
bad ,
though we understood that' the ,
line on the eastern end '
.1 of the'
hear of the high and increased prices of .
printing paper, they can have but a faint would not be in complete running order son, John W. Mills and Samuel Wood- 83?* Gen:FoRREST..bas two hundred road, was, on the night of the 18th inst.,. S*

idea of what a serious matter it is to pub before April 1st. bury. Reserves-T. II. Capers and N. B.Dusloy and twenty-four at work his being returned to this point for repairs.: J'r\ #

hers'oC journals with large circular iASANDILE. 'I negroes on Whilst rearing Little Hatchet Creek trest- ,

tions. An addition of one or two cents a tir A New York'paper has informs* -- I plantation] on the Mississippi, and will ling some cattle on the track caused the "!
pound to the price would seem, to be a tian from Washington that the Radicalmajority ..-This beautiful plantation, raise a "pile"pf cotton.Is' engine to be thrown off the rail. Strange -*<& ,
the
but where to say, engine bounded across the ,
small matter, tons of paper are In Madison"county "
in the Senate has Mississippi, the residence -
consumed every day as in the Ledger refused to confirm whole length of the trestling which Is,
steamer
till now of Mrs. Johnstons the The White Mote, which some 20 feet high and 50 ..
t office, that apparently slight addition recent nominations for Postmasters, feet in length l( ,'**
makes up a heayy amount. The white sent in by the President. Jackson New. says was sold on the 10thto was recently lost on Flint river, while on on the tiei, before it was thrown entirelyoff ,.

paper upon which fach day's edition, of -I. T J. B Richardson, of Boston, and that her passage down from Albany, Ga., had the road-bed I Fortunately no one '

the Ledger is now printed costs nearlyone 17 A messenger of the U. S, Express be' proposes residing upon tbe place with on board ,800 bales of Government cot aiued was seriously injured and the en lne'sus.- .. ,WV' y

hundred dollars a day more than we t ton which will be saved. no material damage. The night ';';,"4' I) .
for the printed newspapers that isto Company was parroted in St. Louis on his family.. The, price paid, for the place The BainbridgeChart being intensely dark tbe 'run off" was -.oI\'W\t\

get say that we now sell to the;carriers the 17th, and robbed of $40,000. wu $50,000 in currency. Tbe''New & Cvmpaii says she struck C.rock entirely unavoidable.-((7ai4nf viV/ }."IO'i ... (i

tbe whole of our daily sedition for ,one INTERNAL REVE PE.':';'The amount received says 'it, is "a magnificent place," and before and' sank immediately. She was tbe Era .- ", t

hundred dollars less than we pay for the during the week ending February- the war was, probably held tat three larg-est'ste mer.rUllnlng on.any of the t3'a.: Several cotton factories are about j C" :,\"' .

P I nit is jJl .' dtp, 10th rivers to be built In "
was 84,770,116.-: or four times as much.p' leading:: Apalachicola, Alabama '
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J; TENNESSEE UNION CONVENTION.NASaVILLE cases of a Dumber of negroes who with ,
WHOLESALE AND'RETAIL.LARGEST .
:J :, Feb. 23.-The Union Convention to return to their od! homes in Kentucky, ot : HAVE NOW IN STOKE

adjourned after passing resolu "but cannot raise the means. The Abolitionists ,
! Lions declaring/ that the people of Tennessee true to their old practice, are t '
are excluded from the benefits of the ANOTHER CARGO The Largest and Handsomest I'
STOCKIn
seduce
Union unjustly, and heartily' endorsing willing to subscribe money to the V1 .

the President's policy,' especially his veto negroes from their homes into penury, *

of the Freedmen'S, Bureau bill. but are never willing to send them back: the State of Georgia ASSORTMENT OF ... f
--, \
CONGRESSIONAL.Sill The Register j : ARRIVED 1
"'---- ---
The public hare not yet been informed
furdmen" I what has become of those thirty freedmen DRY GOODS.
to Continue the Bureau two ( s. MEDICINES' chemicals,
in New Haven who
after
Year serving I'nlont Medicines unit Purl umories.
faithfully In one of the (Connecticut color -.--. Trusses, Surgical Instruments, Dyo Stuff,
WASHI'SOTO! Feb, 23.-A bill has been I ed regiments, find themselves iu our midst, Flavoring Extract. die. &o. \
introduced the Senate to continue in without money, and with such poor pros Bole Agent for Ilelmbold's Extract of Buehu EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLORIDA '
end Sarsaparllln, Ayer's Preparation, Jayue'sIoparatlone
force the Freedmen's Bureau for two pects of getting money here, that they ( Rues' St. Domingo Bitters and ..
years longer in the Southern States, want to be taken back to old Kentuckythe 'reparation!,Hoollnnd'e German Bitters,Clock's '
I' which was referred to the 'Committee on State they came from-to spend I McKIBBIN & ALLEN; Hair Restorer, Thompson's and Phalon's Hair .-J ,
slid Toilet
Proparnttons ArtlcleeWeli'e Strengthening -
Military Affairs.An the rest of their days .near their old mas Plustert and all other 1'atuiit Medicines before in partyoI' f
animated debate ensued on the ters. They appealed for help, !through: the trade. Consisting :

\ 'question of taking up Stevens' resolution the newspapers ; has it yet been responded 5 .1 4 4'; ,

.' relative to the admission' of the South to 1 It is certainly a remarkable TALLAHASSEE FLA. ALSO, rown and ,Bleached Muslins, vJaconCty .:" ,
{, ern States, which was decided in the affirmative circumstance that in a community, which "

and the resolution discussed, Is sending off liberal sums almost daily, The moat eitenalve and couplet stock of t .
but no vote taken. to the missionaries, or bureau agents e i

I G" In tho House the Yooihees contested down South, for them to distribute among HAVE jtTST RECEIVED PAINTS '
election case was decided In favor of the freedmen there, (what remains after Cambric, and

.' "Washburn, who was sworn in. paying the missionary and agent's salaries Oils, Varnishes, French Zinc, Color, Artlnt ,

; -- ,) that\ no less than about thirty freedmen and Painter's Materials to be found In any sec- Swiss Muslins, ...,.:
MISSOURI DYED IN' THE WOOL. from a tingle State, should be unable lion of the South, and at prices which inaoDtELT -
VIA ST. MARKSA DEPT 00>TITOX.. .
: ST. LOPIS, Feb. 23.-Both Houses, of to get money enough here, to carry f
h.{ the Missouri Legislature have passed resoliilions them home, without such an api'pal- Canton Flanae, .f.:,.'
Is it that the freedmen at our own GLASS.
tendering support to the Senators Why f '
? who v"tellto sustain the Fieedmen's doors, should not lie as promptly assisted INVOICE OFHARDWARE Tickings ) *
; IJureau Bill in opposition to the'President's as those who live a thousand jniles! off, LARGE livery variety of Class, French and German '
Plate, BtMnod, Cut and Sky Light Glum, stifle I :4
down in the GnU States 7
I veto, and the majority in the House or away and double thlckncfs. Blankets
,
ff t, of Representatives who were in favor of -__-___... --- .. ', ". ,

'the same aud kindred' measures.' TUB "Moss" ix THE TESXESSEE LEG Pure French Brandies, Cloths and *i f fCasglmercs .

MOBILE COTTON MARKET. ISLATURE.-The Nashville Union gives

the following particulars of the scene In ,
il, MOBILE, Feb. 23.-The sales to day Nines and Whiskies, ;:
the Tennessee Legislature;. already re
y were 600 bales. !Middling is quoted at

43 cents. Sales! of the week, 6,300 bates; ported by' telegraph. The franchise bill For Medlo'nai' purposes; and a largo supply of \ .

receipts, 9,200()() bales ; exports., 1G90.-: was under 'Consideration. The t'dltorsa's DRY GOODS other Liquors for general use. ,
11 Stuck on hand, 7,2Jp! bales. Ladies' Dress Goods '
Ji. : Bruch, Foucher & Co.'sCHA.MPAGNFS. .
,j' r GREAT VETO MEETING IN LOUIS The rote being taken on the third

VILLE. reading, after the call of the previous French Merinos "
question, it was ascertained that a quo. ,
LOUISVILLE, Feb. 24.-A large ami' enthusiastic ,
meeting was held here last night rum was not present. This fact was Role Agents of tho only true Imported BrandsIn
i! supposed to have been the result of aprevious LIQUORS, the country, viz: Carte D'Or, Lao D'Or, and Merinos
in honor of the: Presidont's veto of die understanding on the part of ,pronouncod by alt connoisseurs superiorto English ;
.1cbo.
1-Viu.duiPii'ii Bureau bill. Qov. BiaiuletteHUMOUS ( ; any heretofore In UHO.
the absent' members. Mr. Mullins, the ,
"l'eitl.,1.
member from Bedford, in an excited ctec. c&Jo. etoo. Special Agent for tho American Vintage Company Alpaca,
manner, charged the venerable Speaker and a large Block of their celebrated Gillrorula I
: TIP CABINET CHANGES
\ Uli some complicity in the matter, with brands constantly on hand.

UNFOUNDED) the view of postponing action on the bill ; 1 French and English Poplins, :i i,
with Mannf.icturcraand
NEW YORK, Feb. 22.-The Tribune's whereupon, the Speaker in a very emphatic March 1, 1800. < If My Importers special nrrnngemonts of the North, and In Europe, warrant
Washington special says! : Statements manner characterized the chargeas me In not only guaranteeing the ''absolute Poll de Cheevers
Ip'glapllIhpnce! that there is to be an fal'le.' Mr Mullins leplied' in terms E7* Quincy Commonwealth copy 3 times. Purity and Genuineness of my entire stock, but .
immediate and general disruption of the which S also enable me to sell any of the above mentioned '
equally severe, was responded toby '
linen 01'goodR at first cost prices-In some Plain and ,
cabinet, ate entirely groundless. the honorable Speaker[ ; by throwinghis lines even less than tiansporlatlnn. Fancy ;

gavel at the head of Mr. !\lnllins.'J'his .- ;
IMPORTANT DECISION brought the entire House to their An examination of my prices will sustain these All "Wool }V'p
NKW YOHK r Feb. 20.-The Hei aid's feet. An' indescribable scene ensued. For New Orleans stutemunU every ptu'ticular.

,cnrieipoiident says : An impoitant; decision Epithets were freely exchanged, and du- JDelaines J
was recently rendered by the Su ling the uproar pistols were rnwc. We FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. ,t-. ,

,n'enae Court. During! the rebellion, all are gi alidad l to stale" however, that the TIIE STEAMER Ahsn-
( tiiseH from the lefyellious\ States wet e scene passed off without bloodshed, and W M. American Delaines, 1

l ]Lid aside, liy the Court ; but now;; the 'le- the House dissolved with their usual dignity 2

''bellion being!;tcimiiiiued, it was proposed \ S. ir.Cor.HanmriUVIIrousUtouSts:: Fancy Silks
A ,
\ to lesunip the coiiMileialion of such cases, .... \\ \ ,
null on this cutest inrr all the .V>si ciHlP THE LATE APFAIB AT K OX\'ILLE.- SAVANNAS, GEO ,

Justices voted in the alliiraative, Chief The Cincinnati Enquirer, thus alludes to _'- .. ; ,In great variety J 1
Justice Chase alone dis.srnting It is fob 6, 1866-tf .
\ the late distni(banco in Knoxville, Tenn : -- ---- '
}. ,'lailllplllu, flits decision js in effect a J. L. ALLWOOD, 'VCTinior: : : IShLLwlliai j
legal indotsment" by the highest judicial The late shooting of a citizen in Kuox- JOHN M, GUERARD,

tribunal of (lie Republic, that the lately vile, Tenn by a negro soldier, without GEORGE W. GIFT, MASTER, AT ALL PRICES. : ,

rebellions Stme souoccuny their former cause, and the immediate hanging of the hweixftiT regularly between the 'Attorney at Law,
lOMlkfli in the Union. negro by a mob of old Union men, over WILLof BT. MARKS nod the above I'ortj;

----- -....+---- the door of the Freedmen's Bureau, is an 'JTouchiuif ut Apalarliicoln. 175 Kay Street, *
event which should hasten: the recall of
l'1urdc'r nt Montgomery. the negro troops from the South and For Freight! or further pnrttaiilnrF k, apply ALLEK.! InMcKIBUIN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Cloths and Cassimeres'

,. Mr. Crum.rs A. CIAPP, a prominent their immediate: dibbandment. Their Tallahassee, Feb. 27,1166. tf _February. 24,7865. __ __ 1" ,
,citizen Montgoineiy, was 1'l1I11r'lere| on does and
good
presence no anywhere, ------- -- --- -- WILLARD'S IN GREAT VARIETY '
the 16th instant The Advertiser says : only serves to feed the materials for a I PLOUaaS AND
"The Jury of inquest, afier a patient war of races. STABLES '
aid careful l"esligalll1n into the matter PLOUGH'IRON. LIVERY HATS AND CAPS, "

:;e.tl'r(18S'1'1' forced to lie corrcliision (iJAraAw o.-'l'he Jackson' MississippiNews
had been murdered I QUINCY, FLORIDA. I
that Mr.
Ctapp by a BOOTS AND SHOES
of the 18th ult., says: TOE. 10,11, 50 and 60 1'louulm; ,
Federal soldier] named Berry, the wife of I 6 and 8 Inch Cant llalf BhOvel! do.; to
the unfortunate deceased being! onsid Gen. Liddell's plantation, on Bccuf 8 Inch wide, Iron. HACKS are nlways'ln rradlnra the Railroad convoy trails,
River, La., was JAY hawked on Tuesday For galo at CUA'l'fAII00011EE on HARDWARE, I
.erect as accessory to it. Tt WAS supposed to ,or any point to which .
P. B. UBOIXNISS & GO'S.
last of 100 head of mules stock cattle ,
that Mr. Clapp was asleep) at the time the ; February 27,10GG tf they may desire to go.
fatal shot wns fired, find the ball which etc. Two negro men who formerly belonged ----- 22 ISOfl. TnEQ WILLARD.I wFori CROCKERY,
,
was of the size generally used in charging to Gen Liddell, in their attempt to February
a musket or minnie rifle taking effect in defend their employer's' property, were M DOYLE & CO. SALE. I .

tits head, fractured his skull tet ribly.! Although womide d by the robbers.' Till: Ware, &c., <&c.
subscriber has for sole several] hundred
.. rpnE
I) the affair: occurred at the hour of SCCCESSOKS TO JAS. DOYLE, _L bUBliL'ln ofRoyal ..
9 1-2, Mrs. C. would not permit the alarm The Washington Chionicle says the publication .
to be given until several hours elapsed ; of (,lio internal\ revenue tax has Petit Gulf Cotton Seed,

and, strange to say. there was not a soli- led' some persons' to falsify -their income, Corner Bay and Whitaker Sts. several hundred C31-3EI.O::: O R.:IES: i
Also
in order obtain credit consideration of n proliflo spei-les. ,
to or very
the
tary soul, while or black, ou place, I bushels of Long Staple Cotton Seed ,
who would admit that they had heard the : in society., SAVANNAH GEORGIA. A1'Ply E HOU/n'ouN'/ FLOUR k
,
report) of a gUlf, while a number of the s'. or 10 JAMES I S.:! nOUI3'l'otJ'N, .
Plantation.
neighbors assert that they heard it dis : THE TEs'r-OATH.-The SUpl erne Courtof February, 23, I860. 2wBLACKSMITHINC '
tinctly. The presumption is very strong the United States has 'ordered that the WHOLESALE GROCERS SUGAR, ,I
this soldier who had '
that Mrs. C. and test.oat9 be reargued! as to its constitutionality :
,been stationed on the premises as a guard, : TOJUCCO "Ac. &c. i
,
intimate and hence the I on the 2il of this month.
bad become too AND DEALERS IN H. B. FITTS & CO.

tuurder of !\II'. Clapp. -- ---- ---- :
I w prepared( to execdto every descilp- Powder Shot and :Percussion i\\
J "!\lIS.Clapp, after the affair had become COMMERCIAL.ItIacyu AUK iPwraHi ,
t
generally known, professed to have been' FROVISIONSt.F Caps. !
also tenibJy beaten and maltreated, and BLACKSMITHING J.",4 M C1 i It!
In the belt manner anil ns low" ram.x-g
.directed mental aberalion-pulled her Market.Orcioi and Domestic the cost of 1II010rllI{, &0., will admit ol. .'I'.ey. .
hair, and muttered incoherent sentences'; MACON TLLS0RAPN, reign Liquors have secured the services ol some of tho .
but this course, Instead of deceiving anyone Macon, Feb. 24,1860V{ I
only strengthened well grounded With the exception of lo.dalhe weather has BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE Wines &Liquors
,AVOODKIST \VARK.WKAPPIKG ,
been favorable for the retail trade. Those .
of her guilt-the lucid inter. very rhoio who may favor us with their patroimg
suspicions of our business houses that have received their will ho guaranteed ontiro satisfaction.
vale occurring too frequently. She and first seasonable goods, have reaped the benefit of B9-Sho)> nearly opposite th her paramour were arrested yesterday their enterprise. With the decline In cotton and PAPER S, 1808-tf _' The largest Stock? in the State
(0 freights, there baa been a decline In prices for ,
, evening. _, innnt articles. NOTICE.
The sales of cotton fur the week amount to 270 CONSISTING OF
WHITE LADOB.-Mr. Adam Eichelberger bales. The following are the ruling rates: &0. &0. &0. ALEXANDER. GALLI1VALENTINE J

,";of Marion! county, bas Introduced I Middling.... .32 a 33 Ida >Attachment..
white labor on his place, and he consiri- Ordinary.-.30a31 Strict; to Good do.34 a 3D JOHNSON: ) WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN CHAM

ers'it, so far, a IreatlucceJsl1nd a source MonT hul'I'-Gnod demand for sight exchange Amount sworn to, $18 871.' P.UJNE.; PORT SHERRY AND I
with a limited supply, which may bequoted IK defendant and all othera'Interested are
much satisfaction (o himself. The la.
of at 1.4 premium. Gold $1 to 40, demand hereby notified of the commencement cf the CLARET WINES; COCKTAIL -
borers, who are German, express themselves light ; silver 33 to 35, no aomand; exchange par AGENTS FOR above suit, and to appear before me In the city of AND STOMACH
highly delighted, and have written to 1 4 premium,good demand, with a small sup Tallahassee, Leon ooilcty\Florida, on the second j
favorable accounts to their relatives and ply In market. Monday In ..uno,1866, and plead to the same,or I BITTERS, &c., &c. .,
T.A."Y'x... O v1EiCelebrated will bo given by d fault. ,
judgment
friends. There is a doctor amongst them New York Dry Good. Market (J. II. FISHER, t" "Tlie merchants of FUniJii are tegpectfully -
' who acts as interpreter, none' of the oth Nsw You, Feb. 20, 1866, Justice. of the Pence. requested to examine our stock

ers being versed In English. Mr. E, has The Pry Goods Exchange report to-day la as Albany February 16, 1866. j fcb7ow3niT before decidW!: to purchase lu New-York, .
sent on for all,the ingredients necessary 'follows: Jobber. prices-Brown Sheetings as wo Win duplicate all bills at New York
la making lager beer.. Won't' they have Stark A 1 X 30o L;270.Stark Bleached M 26c; Swift Shirtings River-Bartletts38inch 26o; Superior #, %', PRIVATE :BOARDING. prices, thereby saving them time and

s." a plori'(us time over.it this summer 1- I 88c; Bartle'ls, 33-Ipch SOo; Bartlotta 30- f1'ERIALCREAM TVfR*. J. II. ALSTON la prepared to accorrt1'J. ficieht.!: ,
,OaiuttvilU J.Y'e.w'Era. Inch 28o: Bates $1.12; B B, 46j; Blaokstone, Sfic.: modate flfuwn or twenty day boarderai at W r08itit'ly na flood told at ntat.McKihbin .
.j .IJ3T I'rlllllooheeo 25o; !'acltlo,23 l-2o;: Sprague, her residence near the Methodist Churoh, lu this
f. Richmond,23c Freeman,20o Wamsutta city. She l I. also prepared to entertain tmnsient '
Kentucky Is the only State of the 231-2; ; ; ALE. & Allen
19c. Delalns-Manchester, 200; I'aolno/ :V9e.- .. customers. Every care and attention will be
Ibirty-six that hasn't adopted the Consti- Cotton Flannels-Hamilton 37 1 Jo; Salmon Falls given to the comfort of the gucet. '
I lutional Amendment .37c. Deniroi-Maisacbusetti t5j; Manchester 40 I Savannah, GL, )feb. :24, 1369. 1m Jan. 30-1m Dec. 5, 1865-U

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Hi lb htn tutind. The, "Wild Hunt" after Cotton.Tho I I FETTJNO DIM BIOBT."fatnnc1\. RETAIL

:Yankees have come to boranrvclloiis said aWestern stump orator, "on the WHOLESALE AND STORE'i
.
I broad platform of the principles of '
-
cotton planters' of late sand
'03, and palsied be mine arm if I desert U.
W A., ,S OBER2 some of their figures find Speculations
i AND'raoPRIBToI : From a in 'em 1" .j
amusing article
rtJBLISHEB arc
t ___ the New Yoik; Herald, we long xtl'Rctthe "Yon stand on little nothing shoemaker of the, kind in the 1I"! (t} WQ .. m ( 7 interrupted
THtJESDAY MARCH11! 1806. following, which will doubtless afford a .
boots That _
crowd stand in
some amusement to the'practical: l planters ;v"you my I' I
you never paid me for, and I want ,
of tho South'
*
WHAT I NEVER HEARD.. tho nrSPECTFUIXY INFORM OUft FRIENDS THAT WE IIAVE
The, cotton plant, it should bo remembered money. WV OPEN.b.D A
.}',.o Teen nTSi'hnp dincra reel, .
y And n amour flint, mid prnj; does not impoverish the JS3T An American is '
>A kll \'o nt top! of Fortunu' wheel. .; soil. Lands where the soil is not fri company .wrnQlL1rn &11rn iii.i) mrn m.1 S f1f@nu: 5 ,
in and 1
forming Pittsbnrg to explore
A good man.oie. alt'ny.Wine
\ I Jmvo rem your erirve men quaff! I able and liable to bo washed away by work the liaibadoes Islands oil districts At the Old Stand In Toll hno .", here wo are prepared to supply' customers with all kinds! o i
Might t our fleet nflout: the rains in time of cultivation; can in the British West Ii\dies.- i '
But I IIPTIT lienrd n heany laugh be preserved by a rotation of 'cropsof Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes ,
"' FiOn, out a \lllnln throat Upwards of one hundred years ago a Dry ,
corn and beans, one in every .fouror learned treatido written )
an
was by
A LONG AND: NOVEL JQURSEY.-: five years! for tho growth of cot English scientist the properties of HATS & DIPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND :4

On Monday of last week; says the ton, to the end of time. The branches "Barbadocs tar," by which name the -

[Macon (Ga.) Mirror of 'the 27th, a and foliage: which r1from: \ the petroleum of to-day was then known.jJSTTho AGRICULTURAL 3mPLE E NT5[ .,

party,' consisting: of a bride, biide- plant return to mother'earth the invigorating I .. 1
I the 3Tjoxvost Ct h IPrlcces: :for Ottsla. or.
room, and a .gentleman friend, arrlved' principle which she has Paris! correspondent of l.A.t
in* Charleston on horseback imparted to it. Cotton, unlike some Tho New York Herald says of the COTTOIST. I

made bridal tour in this other, plant! does" not rob the soil ; 'slature ...
having a of the French Leg
opening : Having c.t"blpiheJ| branch of our hou-o In New 1"orle. \<'e are prepared to fnrulsh Geode of all .
style from the burden of Lake Onta but it borrows its wealth, to return it "The ceremony was remarkable from! ki"d..ln any quaiulty, on llioahoitvitt notice and the mont admntllgoou.lcrmp. ( I it

rio, hating commenced their journey .again almost intact Its product, the fact that. for the first time the
three months 'ago. They'traveled then, is more lasting-, i if, indeed, it is Prince Imperial, instead of corning, Cash Adval1cesMade on Cotton Shipped to

slowly and leisurely\ during the day: not more profitable, than all t he gold I in with the Empress as a child and

sjcuiing rooms at hotels or inns, oraccommodations mines of the country.\ All that is re- r
] at private houses nt iuitC'l|\ '( to make it t>o is that we shall occupied; a place at the right 'of the .

night. 'By this ,means the travelers be able to produce it and sell it at Emperor, as heir to the throne of Jnn. 9,1SB5-ly NEVV vbn.ETolloh".r : :.-
wore spared fatigue, .and the horses from onitecn to fifteen cents per : Frain ce.' -

always appe.ared'in a 'comparatively pound ; for at that price the world PEN. & GEORGIA RAILROAD. Varieties
fresh cond tion. The ttio were gen. will cease to compute with us in its A remarkable incident occurred in Emporium ,

tee1ytdtcssed, the lady wearing a production. That we can s>o produce Geclling Church, Nottingham, Brig'land JM''wil> ..tc1i"'t! :;t .!: _
habit of fa\xn color< with suitable; and sell it, and. at a I large profityiia! on Christmas day; .A managed "' '' '

trimmings. They remained in Charleston beyond question.A 85 )rears'died .whilst'taking the ::-it-: WM. I' SLUSSKK,

two days, then resumed their plantation, say of four or five sacrament. He had walked a considerable CHANGE SCHEDULE. A'LLA7IASSEE
j journey in the direction of Savannah, thousand acres of well cleared land, distance to church; and was TLLAH18SEB, Jan 15, 1303. Tr Fr.A.,
Florida and Louisiana. would require one hundred and fifty in health but he hac 0.s and after Hits dote, llic Trains .
en route to apparently good DM the PiMiMiOdlii' und Ui'uryiu lUilru.uwill: \ Copprr Tin and
Arrived at the latter State, the)' will good field laborers. These, )provided been heard to declare that he would run dully us follows:: v SHEET IRON AIliFAtTUKEi; : :,

return homeward! by passing through with the necessary improved implements die on Christmas day. Qnlncy oi.EASTWARD.LWIWB .--................. 430 A:)Mrihe .
time Southwestern and Western States. can raise ,cotton plants sufficient ,\ iitTiilJahni'Reeftt.) -. B.<))0 ." DEALEH IN ".
from six million Little Ella is fouyears old Leave 'rullnhn,.ep nt..-.. 7.00' "
< to yield to seven ,
,\nivu \lndlHon: nt............11.00 "
jiSTThe New York Central rail pounds of cotton, gross-that is One day she coinmitcd an act of disobedience I."n"o Mndlaon M._......' 11.:10 II English, French and Domes
'road is a great organization, and to say, including the seed. Three and her mother in cor Arrived at Lake Ony iiu.......-. 3,01'. M. tic Goods 5 '

apparently: :.carefully mana,ecJ. It and a half pounds of cotton gross( will reeling her, spoke in no gentle tone City WESTWARD.toaoLnko 830 A. M. /'- ..

extends 35) m les, from Albany to yield one pound of cotton pet-= hat of voice ; the child threw her aim!! A i me at Mutt iii,..nt-.'..'...12.20 1*."il.LpMo&lidlwii :Main Fancy: & Japanned Ware

Buffalo, most of the way with double is divested of the seeds. To raise around her mother's neck and iril\e, nl 'rnlliihnMpa nt ul.......i.U 4.30 50 .

and often quadruple track. From 26 this 'crop would require the )labor of exclaimed, 'My dear mamma, pray; Arrive l-uuoTiiPnhncn'-cnt atQulncr! at ........ fi p..CO 30 "II., STOVE HEADQUARTER:

to 56 trains pass one. way or the the field hands for a _period\ of about! forgive me flU had only known ST.: MARKS 'TRAIN.LtnoTnllninM .
other daily, though its heaviest sea five months. For the picking of acrop' how spunky it would have made you : ont. 731( A, It. A large and handsome variety of

son is from September to November. raised by onahuivlrcd. and fifty I wouldn't have done sn.' Leav m i rive B St.nL 1'1.Mmk Mitt nt ke.nt.12.0(1 0.15 M". I '

Twenty-six 'conductors, each with a laborers the service of five hundredpersons Arrive m TiUlnljiiHuee; ) -";..---........ 1.45 P. Ht.BiVfliilf COOKING STOVES,

different special, ticket punch, ply between would 'bb needed also for Queen Victoria'a- M of HID city mi at hour Madison" \\1I11"1(1"PII\\\ for Dinner mi, going tlio nrimil from Com illhJJt '

. Albany and Syracuse. It has about five months, and, just herds i shocked at discovering that the and conilni this. wn>.
A nil" of IIICIM between Qnlncv, Bilnl'rld, e '
258 eng'nest 366 passenger and baggage where the superiority the free over Prince and Princess of Wales smoke 'md .\IIallJ', mid! but v eun Mimtliillo uml, Tliuin- SHEET IRON,

cars, and a.'Soi freight cais. It the slave labor is most apparent. Under cigarettes together in a little blue iu\illo! will. connect with HIM 1":.trntiif IIUUs Tflt;. .

carried 3,783,263 passengers last the slave system the cotton grower !satin sanctum called their smoking. Jin, HI. 186(1( .-If I u.Kick'lit.Hodglriss AIR-TIGHT,

year, at average of about two was forced to maintain: all the year loom. This pernicious and reprehensible -- LOX AND .

cents fare a mile and-an average rate round a force of laborers for' whosj:! practice vas taught her royal: I Scott & Go, \

of speed of 28 miles an lion,. It \has services ho had need for only a portion highness; ; by her scape-grace luisluud I PARLOR coo .nG S10Vr8, :

a capital -took of 21 1-2 millions anda of the time ; hence)' the free! -and, horrible to say, she. likes COMMISSION MEECHANTS. -
it ill trim m(1 in n i f'atnlHI dnirllf! inannri ,-
funded debt H.I 2 millions of labor system he will only have to : YORK.
pIY NO 24 OLD SLIP NEW '. ,
'lhptnn\ 1,1' Lilrd', ) in A'I i i of
mij I
.
dollars. Its earnings ]last year were for services actually needed,! ,! and render 'Him n. IIod;:klH., tutu of Ilumltlton Biothorn, the onnnltN \\'iIIIJ.p'f| ci ,nf<'tM: O\1 K:
$13,975,524] and its expenses $10-( 'e 'i. Besides, to pay the cotton "J e nnie, said It' Camcronian to Bnl t 1,pore. 1'11'1>::8 and KLBOWScmnntilj! 1 1. Innrt.
882358. The Empire! State may pickers will) not necessitate a draft his daughter who was asking; his reI' Q hndHt\V. .!Scott c.L ,of firm of G.y Scott & Co ,'lnll.i-' Out door voik-i'in loi: tin", Ontiei-

justly'be proud of this portion of her upon his capital, fur they can be.'compensated : nission. to accompany her fersent and >. II. Piidle, of firm of I'ooe & Biibbttt Cilnbildfrv inn down riip|' >.. OiliDiiirnlnl, house
Ou.V. heads, Sheet iiinc, Sleet' Li nIl, ,
'lithful suitor to the altar "Jeannie .
public works. from the crop as it is gath ,- \ O Poole\ of dim of G.V.. Scott 4 Co., Tnllubuuflwv tT.: 'til'opnik df e\eiy desciiplion
--- ered. Women and children of from it is solemn thing to get married." Plu. done! <>n Khoi I nonce.
THE> ROCK AT WASHINGTON.-The fourteen to fifteen of can "I know it father," replied the sensible
years
Washington correspondent of tin- pick as much cotton as adult age males damsel ; "hut it's a great deal sol- SIJccI"IIIUenUOI'lIlwn\ to the snlo of nil Kinds y of ctl.an.S.j : .

New York World says : "Once in a -Miideod, the women generally pick emner not to." SOUTHERN PRODUCE, WOODEN WARE, '

great while Wilson goes to the White the most. '-' and to the purcliuno and dhliinitnt of WILLOW'Anr.. '

House to ask a ftt'or., Stevens and Tho' laborers would thus ho divi! A. young German girl, going to Household aiuMMantation Coeds. j 'J OVS: ,
.
Sumner never: go theie. The set of ded int6two. classes=the field hands California to join and be married toa .*' UlliJSTllASrilESrNISOf
Senators: and Representatives who and the( ,' )ick'r;*.\ The field hands lover from whom she had long been Wares, Implements, every dpsciiituui! | nn liand." (all nrrt.
used to !live in time executive parted, becamuso nervous- the MACHINERY ex aim lire, !ipffle, iancLnsim! l.g eJ.I'IIJ.t'It' '' '
mansiondaytim'es n5ight be )paid ,forty'dollars\ a montha voyage .&9. r II' 7.18i'5- !ni"Saddle '
... and sle p'o'n the o' of neared its end that she would I
steps ( high rate 'waijes! ) during five '

, nights, all readyto rush in at day- months and! the pickers one! cent peg neither eat nor sleep, and she was REFERENCES : .,. l Harness .and CarriageESTABLISHMENT .

light, to advise the President what. to pound for all they pick ; then for two niac.landed at San Francisco a raving ma Meitda Currier & cd., Now York.BrMiiit'crooin I IT

think for four and twenty hour*; are hundred pounds or more per day, Muo..e 01'111I11, Un. 'I
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never -seen'in that vicinity now- and at one cent per pound they John: Adams, in his defenco of the A..11 lid, Macon, Montgomery, On.' ', Ala: I .
There i is a man in that house now, would handsome! g. Bond, M.cunUa.'
earn ifrciVrc
American' I haTe .
very wages. Constitution "A jUh' ] n laig-e ae.ort.wetitutUuodscuoel.tig.1
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says ,l'i.. O VV'hlttiuld, I>i-inopollB" Aln. .
who docs his J.
own thinking.. Based upon) this calculation, the man may defend the principles of \Vm. Unity, 1'ioaldeiit Stale. Bunk of Ilorliln, v 4
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.1.1\11\10.\ \ ..."". 1 ;
and
I MRS. GRANT SAVED SOME TRO-VELE.!: figures follows the result would bi as liberty and rights of mankind with '1"',.,.. E. Hombelton, Free Fire JIIH. Com Flue Oelltlpm Uonliliund II'8 nnd Sliiflc ndlm'I l 'I Ilnr'Fuddles c... '

-The Philadelphia Age in commei( t : gieat abilities and success, and yet, I, puny.Oil.ililmori 24-1 Bridle, Cnilntemd'idp..,
150 field lanorer.5 months, at eta after all, when called to producea hllllllll, Cut.. .t"
ing upon the return ,q Gi'ant's invitation i- ]pl't month . . .. . .. 330,000 of ho upon !'hlle 111dhJ., nfe', .. r1 .rrll'lfoD' ,; s 'e
plan legislation tibtonish CLARK Leather nil kli 6 .
card by General Butler, remarks ;300:; hiivs, uji ls, men and women may PRATORIUS &; 'I'revelltugbntchoia!: mid, Trunk, ,
"lI1 ; lucky non-acceptance! 11 |ittl! (, after, dmliifiinz I airy the world! with a signaj>l absurdity. Ftdlpoilotro.I'.Und'lur., : ., '. '; 4

had one positive and substantial advantage days-snv 90 days good "picking; A .. -' MEKCIIAAT TAILOnS. M Cllrrlnup'l'r'I1I\11"V''mroii! mid litimj! hib, ., >"" ..(
and fortune
attendant 'it it srt'ved tin' iii lie.,season, tu al'elBle hypochondriac of rank BUVII bhnflc, to'p"ktllId| Ititni, '. .
upon : 150 !pound* perda> eael-6, I in Ireland, imagines one of \\m TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, buggy Anlc nod Springs,
Mis. Giant the anxiety watching\ 750,000 pounds at 1 cent ) "" .
pOl'puuud legs of one religion and th'e other of
]her plate while, thf imp was present, .'. /., .. t. .. .. .. 67 iOO another. Ho of K., EEP- CONSTANTLY ON JIAND CARRIAGES AKD IrtT' ems, r
and the l labor of her frequently puts ono und for sale n)largo nod varied ussoruuint ul ., ... ''.','
counting -
spoons
after he left." Total expense for labor .. .. $97,5006,750,00y his legs outside the bed-clothes in \ of enrJ dCFrrlrUon, '
bad! weather in for GENTLEMENSCLOTHING! "Bclne! B.ttlufl. J "
order it r
ofcoitoi. to
pounda with punish k rondo to order and rtp.ir'vgione with rV.t
tlie t.ee.1 at. 4 cents its 4 I .
per pound religious errors. dl.rnl'hU'III .
A lecturer, addressing a mechan arnss1 0',81..14( cents.per pound ALSO, .\ for Wht'letvtaos's. : and n "e'.
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ic's' institute,* contended Styfiat "art nut . ..' ..-; . .. . 270000 A colored clergyman has been SEI: \ I>GitIAtlHMs.T .
arrested J. E ;
could not' improYe nature," until one t ,ClotliSf(( .Mnlin.ii"i> Cot 2(1( .-tf 'r"up\'.
of tho audience ,get.tho room in a' Ba'atice "' ;. ... .. . .. .'$172,500 at Chatham;: W., for the
mutder\ of an child. He SO() 'IIIEItN ':'
: illegitimate EXPORT ,
of I 1 1 fin brief hundred and Cassiiiicrcs
roar laughter) ;-i. by ezelaimirig- ; one fiftyjaborerp '. .
was holding -
"How would you 1001.: without yourwig can raise an amount of cotton protracted religious AND. ,
meetings at the time of his arrest.
that, ; IMPORT
will
t" realize fur the producer\ Testings.icck COMPANY.
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...... when
sold at fourteen
JKSTllon. Lewis Cass perhaps the pound, "the sum of 5270,000 cents per Punch says that ;II Yunlo'baby 4
andleave" Tics
; will trawl I out of his take
cradle to Is
asurvey iiownrfrflnfred
andw
oldest American
pf *
living 'statl smcn, l aft TIIiSCOALI'ANY
( payingthe'. laborers and of it invent .. liberal; I ndtanc oil "
is failing daily, and his, death it is an improvement,
pfckeivfa: 'balance in his favor\ of .
stated, is hourly looked= : for by his 5172,500; After'paying all! other six and months apply for old.a.patent before he is Suspenders, Cotton and oilier Produce ,

relatives. )possibiecxpenses/ what a spleu'did( Gentlemen's Hose &c

U-Bnrham; th'o mocfcauctioneer; profit would .'remain\ 1s | Rev. M.P. Low 1')', formerly aBrig-r I lonn.I cm. tulueort'otimiln l1p, tnnnrcnt.In. J IMTIWOI Ihpijod.t II. mm. Tie fOio rrrs f 4 \

of New York, l'ans been sentenced 1 to >.- adier; General in the Confederate army Gentiomen'.gsrments mid >rlnr cut mnnmr.rty and.irtdetofiuh.onshle 80( pnupcr-v to jl,32 rents und f.rr..nd for(pond ITjilmid lonjr' Cotton Colioii.ii'Gro'd.-KI d 'item
the State prison for Iwo years and ,I' ..aarSo-nebod'y) > found out a has charge of two churches'io Store style next mpi to T B. THtum'i. Wrulllndriiiictoii .|,Blfi| ,. \II\t1\f l III Gold or its a
now:. way of taking pjcUiresl by whichthey Ortnh 2.-1' '.' yAdmlnllU'utl'lx'j eqiilMilrnllii, onrrci'C\" <&**{( r .
B'X months for swindling a lady outof Tippah county, Mississippi. itl \\'> solicit orders for goods fritm.Ihc Mi rrhnrln'nnd
$2,000. can be better taicen ia! the nighttha'n .: police. rluuters. The irlutrrl, aunt (lion inld loll ."
in''the"daffy' -tine. A photographer Q. What is a patriot J A. A feU ho'after data I will ; amid am.II"I'Germane orders, for goods..., /'rom Lnclnnd, Fraues. ,". .1
To some men i it is indispensableto has missed several from the low who loves his country and wants oount- RICHARD F. FLOYP, president' -' ,

bg worth. money, for without it. frames that hang by big door, and to make as much oat of it as'p08si.. o.IIIIe Probateof of L.Lenn M. White county, to the for honorable a final wtdcraeDt Judc' of E. T. Pant, Agent, LI\pl'J'Oll.Onckionv! 'England Ille l Florid, : "

they would be worth nothing. "* dOf;; 'f approveof the new plat ble. ... and ask: for a dlnebarge. E. M. Rig ITE. .1. T I 11 1..ulI, Agent, Tanaba"H.F;.. .
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