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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 3, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
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W A. SHOBER, PUBLISHER AND PKOPKIETOB THI-WEEKLY. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE,



I VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 15(6.( .. "'_ NO. 54. '

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ij IYe Ii d- tl1 tntind I IMPORTANT SPEC 1II FllO.U begin ing with an 'Alderman, and tiou by abolish ng slaveiy in that take to introduce a resolution to repeal .
s cE htE ruLsiuc.vr jaiiNSOt running through all branches the State-a State not embraced in his the laws of grav-ty' : as to keep
IS: PUBLISHED EVERYTnsl1yT Legislature [ \oice-uFI''orn a proclamation. This met his approbaiioii this Union from1 being restored. It
PLAIN TALK ABOUT THE:: AADICAL3.WA3H1HOTON tailor up."] Somo\ gentleman says I and aave him encouragement, is just about as feasible to arrest the
: : I'tr4layana: ItnrdlY, have: been a tailor (tremendouscheering !and iu talking upon the amendmentto Croat law of gravitation, which
AT 'r.tt.t.tit.\S3EE, Ft.olUDA.' }.',,\,. 22.-President ;) now that did not discomfort the Constitution he said : "When binds all to a common centre, as t' at
."- JOHNSON presided nt the Meeting of me in the leastfor' when I the amendments to the Constitution great law which will 'bring back:
TC1MIS, the Wa liington Monument Society used! to be a tailor, I had the icpu- ate adopted by three-fourths of the I I those I States to theft regular I relations t
: :IN ADVA.NOIh to-day, and mnJe iv very earnest tation of being a go ;d onp, and making :States:) : we shall have all, or pretty with the Union. -

r) : Per Annum,...........................13 00 Speech: concluding I\'i follows : close tits, (great[ laughter! ;) always near all. I am in favor of the amendment I have detained you longer! than
,; For Six \\fonthe......... ................. 4 on 11 S'y, that when these tates comply : punctual; withiriy' custon.-rs: to the Constitution if there is I intended [voice, "go on"J.] We
Hllllc' (0"11................. .............. 10 with thu Constitution, when they and\ always Oid good vvoik. [A voiau no other Adopted. said I, "U'hat is are in a struggle.' I
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- have given sufficient evidence of their -"No pall'hwullc."J] No, I don't that \rr. President: ?i" Said 'he, "I instrument'Iio, is there that I
KATES; OF ADVEU'I'ISI, loyalty, and that they, can bu trusted Want any patchwork want a whole have labored to preserve this Union, have not toiled and labored! for-?
to' Be PAID MR i* iDTiSCi : when they yield obedience to the, !'nit. But I will pass by this little I have toiled four years, been subjected They say that man Johnson is a
One itinm, (12 N'onpurall lltirn or I le.., fur the law, I say, extend to them the right: facetiousness\ my fl'iIIdSome\ to calumny( :and) misrepresentation lucky man ; that no man can defeat / .'
{ t firm iMwrtl.iil............... $1 00 hand-of fellowship, and let peace and may)' say, you\ are President and you ; yet my great desire has been topreserve me. I will tell you what constitutes
Et.rnte.and Etch mioiii qiient Iniu-i'ttuii, ............... 75 Union be restored. I have: foughttraitors must not talk about\ such things the Union of the States intact good luck. It is due to right and being -
the en: no M Legal iri'irtlpiil Notice, atvortieemonte to be chnric'd, and treason in the South ; I when principles are involved. My\ under the {;Constitution as they for the people-that is what eons:
1 "Xiapi N" itlco( uT Ute'nl-nio'i im Ailniln. opposed tlieDavis'-sand Toombs, and countrymen, when the existence of were before." "Hut," said I, "what stitutcs good luck. Some how. or
k l lit itnr, f>' \V'I.S"lhll' oh'uva .h'ill W.. 13 00MilHirv the Sluiulls and a long list of otheis my country is imperiled I shall amendment do you refer to ?1" He other the people will find out and
\'J.l,,"+ nn1 Tribute) of Repeat whose name I need not repeat, and ;net as I have on former occasions slid( he thought'there should be an understand who is for and who isugain.st
"' fh'\rte 1 .in iilvtrtliMniii'iti.THH now when I turn louud at the other and speak what I think. I was'saying amcndil. nt added to the Constitution them. I have been placed in

end of the line, I care, not by what that I had filled\ nearly all : which "would compel. all the as many trying positions as any 1001-
,T. SENTINEL name you call them, ((1\ voice, "call: I lions, iron Aldennan through both States to send their Senators and tal was ever placed in, but so tar I '
,v, laths ou'y,, p.ipcir In FlorI.hi\ 'that l'I'"IoII.h..1 them traitors,") who will stand opposed -, branches: of Congress to that which I Representatives to the Congress of have not deserted the people, and ibelieve "
r' Olive ll'iio n reek, nut,, therefor nlTonlii %UK nullriarlVn to the restoration. of the Union now OCCUPanll who is there that the United !:;tates." Yes, compel they trill not desert ma.- 1 .
; t',,, reitleit 'mu.i'H if <>'>!:lining the In. ot'these States, I am free to say to will say that Andrew Johnson evel'made them. The idWI'I iu his mind thatit \Vhat principle have I violated ?- ,I 1"
l rt- ne v. liy I.Iulr\I"1] 11111) ip.li, mid full re.piUiirt'iH you that 'I lira still foi the preservation a pi'utilise lie It! \ !) i give Nov fell Y rlt riMMi-mif II idIn 1 the Hhtriil irltett.vl'l'iU Voce. of this compact. lam still for Who w .11 say that ho has acted otherwise ,ion to break up the Government by Can they put th ir finger upon it !? j
o'l'i.I r-rl.litiiro" Tiuto ,,111\11.I I f prucee trii .tied lu'l'M the restoration ot this Union ; I am than in fidelity to the great the States withdrawing; the Senatorsand : Have you heard them point out any .'j 1
"ri 1 ....f* 'it t'IJ I lii VP41 IMntf nln.PUIVI still. iu favor of this great government mass of the paoplu ? They maytalk Representatives trotn Congress discrepancy ? Have you heard them
-------- -- of our*, living and fallowing out, its about beheading and usuipu- and therefore he desired a Coiihtitutional quote my predecessor, Who fell & ,
JOn; 'IJ.. destine-a voice, "give ui: the tion, but when I am beheaded I amendment: to compel themto martyr. to his country's cause, as going I it)
In oiiiovlinvn>h i'ii a 1'itluol, we here .wpnrl mimes-,")) It gentleman calls for their want the American people? to witness : be sent. in opposition or contradiction to ,\,
'r a,1| vtid| nee triTtifttif' of new JnliMnip\" names. I suppose) ) I shall give them.A it. I don't want by inuondocs, How now does tho matter stand in that I have done ? The very policy :
M It..rl tl I, Ti'l nri prep trod to "' ec'ito every dt- ( voice, "\\'e know them.) 1 look or by indirect remarks in high places, the Constitution of the coumtry 1 which I am pursuing now was pursued ':
fforip'lfvi! ofvir'c. .' In tint 1 Him with neat limn and upon them, I repeat it, as President to see the man: who has assaMiuuonbreeding liven that portion of it which, provides under his administration ; was ;i j
djvuto'l.I t .ke AI. >. ori h'utd R fine !jortmenf of. or citizen, as opposed to the fun- in his bosom exclaim, this for the uitiendinent of the or being pursued by him when that inscrutable -
for prlntl'ia In enlnr. Order by nvillor\! of this! Presidential obstacle must bo ganic laws that no Slate without Providence fit I
. ev ,iflwill reeclvfl, prompt itttf-Mtlnri,, Ourprl.CM damentalprinciples government gotten says saw to summon \)\1
ir. .,.I low n" iho ,uri-ient Wish cost bf'ufock I and believe :they are as out ot the wiy. i make use of a its consent shalf bo deprived ofthe him, I trust, to a better world :
I m tiirl i''', I 11a* "n I living will mttnlt ..f, aid nw much laboring to destroy them as fcrv strong:{ ;expression, when I say representation in Congress. than thiIs there one principle
bolo v I'l" I ,Cr8'r.ItCI which rule In other were the men who fought against that I have no doubt the intention Now what do we fin.11? The position adopted by him in reference to this j
.\ iltlltt of lill.lltl>... their assassination d I taken 'that the Slates shall not berepresented
thl.'lIl-A( voice "what are was to jncite a g-t resolution that I departed from?-
." '.--' ,,- -- ----=-..- _.-.- tmrne T') I say '1 had ieiis SteVens of nut of the vviy: > the ob.-tuele iiom that:: way ; impose taxes Then the war is not simply upon me, ,
rofcphmn1: nri1p. Pennsylvania. [Tic neiidous ap place and pow'cr. Whether by assassination that we may send ortr lax-gatherers: but it is upon my predecessor. I
plause.] 1 sat Chas.! Sumner. {Great or not, there are individuals to every region and portion of a have tried' to do my dllt\.. I know
--- applause.] I say Wertdcll\ Philips, \ in this government. 1 doubt. not State and the people arc to hj oppressed that some' are envious and jealous I
A. J. PEELER, and others of the >ame."tripe )among who want to destiuyour! institutions with taxes. lint when! they and speak cf the White House as '1
them. (A voice, "!live it to Forney.") ui d change the character of thugovorlnnent. come home to participate in the lcg"islatiQll having; attractions for the President,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, Some gentleman in the crowd says Are they not satisfied of the country" they ate told Let mo say to you the charms of the
T.tLLAtAS.EE( FL'iRIHA. give it"t to. Forney. I have only tisay with the blood which has been shed. you" must pay: your taxes, you \Vhite HoUsu have as little influence )
om'e up Sta ifa over the State Bank. that I do not waste my ammunition Does not the murder of Abraham ;must bear the burden of the government upon me as upon any) other individual
V3' >.H m .liour. from 9 a. in. to 1 f. m., and on dead ducks.,: (Laughter and ap r Liiiuoln tippuasu the vengeance; and but jou must not participate in thin ,Country, and much less than
r fro n'2. In, r 5 4'I' -I 01."CI'.b :n'EDWn plause.] I stand: 1 for my country. I wr I th of the OPI'011l'IIt"t' this government iu the legislation of the country upon those who are talking aboutit.
tand tor the Constitution, where I 1 Ale they: still unslaked? which is to affect you for all tiire.' .
A. HART placed my feet from ertrance into 1)0 they still .want more bloo,11-? fs this just ? ,No, no. Then I I say In conclusion; let mo ask this vast
public life. They may traduce me, Have they not got honor and courage let us admit into the conn-iU of the concourse: hero today, to como withme
ATTORNEY AT LAW, they may slander, they may vituperate enough to obt in their objects nation those who are\ unmistakably or I will go with you, and sta 'd ,:
but et me say to von\ rlmt: it ha otherwise' than by the hands of the and' unequivocally loyal ; those! men around the Constitution of our coun
MADIoOX I FL.\. no effoct upon me. [Cheers.] Let assassin? IS',", no, [ ain not afro d ot tt ho acknowledge their allegiance to try. It is again; unfolded.: Let us 1
'liiillolul. prirtlcp, C'lioult.'' 'lii the. 'Cuurte of the MWdlr: me say in addition, that I do not intend assassins! attacking mo where a brave! thego\eminent] an.1 1 swear to support stand by the Constitution; of our forefathers .
Fubniiif 15, ISOH. 47f to be! bullied by enemies. (Applause I'Otiianeous man would attack: anoth thu Constitution; .It is all embraced: : in : Though the heavens fall ;
and a cry, the people will sustain or. > I only 'dread him when ho would that the amplification ot'an oath though factions should rage ; though
W. H HITJJE.R, 'Oll.] I know, my countrymen, go in jlii-gn.se, and his footsteps noise- makes no difference. If 1\ man is not courts and juries may come ; though
ATPORtTBY AT .LAW it has been insinuated, but not saidd ('s';. If it be blood they want, let loyal, you may adopt whatever test abuse and vituperation may be pour
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r d c I ly, the intimation has been them have courage eno.igh to btr ke o; thou please to prove their loyalty. ed out in the most virulent form, I l
MVDISOX[ FLORIDA. given in high places, t'lat if such a like men. I know they are willingto mean! to bo found 1 standing by tie
TETI1.r. PIIAI.TKJK: r IN TilE UOUKTS OF usurpation) of power hud been exercised wound, hut thl'I'e afraid to While the l'l'bcIlion'as' going on. (;Constitution as the chief ark of our ;
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F'I IIIB Ml.i1li| > Circuit.
.Jos 13. 18116-:f two hundred Yl'l1rIIgl, in a par strike. [A plause.] If my bloo i is the Constit tion was rolled up as a safety ; as the palladium of our civil
ticnlar religion, it would have cost a to bu shed because I vinMicato the piece: of parchment. If it was violated and our religions: : libeity.According I
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To certain individual his head. 1 'hat' Union and the preset'vation ot this in_n home narticulars to save: the '-.r--
Printers and Publishferfr. I
usurpation has An rew Johnson been uvel'nmellt in: original purity t and government, there ma have been to an articlo in the Tn. '
--:0:_ guilty of? None, none. chastity, let it be shed.! Let an altarto excuse to justify it. But now that valide Russe quoted in the St. Pee I t
Having: largo lot. of surplus The only usurpation I have been the Union be erected, and then if peace is restored"and the war ):over, tersbursli correspondence of Le Noid, .
PRINTiNG MATERIALS. guiltv of was standing between the is necessary: take me and llay \mo upon we want a vvri'tcn onstitution; and a considerable! an I progressive" diminution
,people and encroachment of power, it, and the blood that now tt:warms I say the time has come to take the in the! strength the Russian ,'i
t utter for enlu: Full CA9J, the fallow( ( aril.clrs and ,because I dared to say: in conservation and animates my existence, shall I bi- Constitution down, unroll\ and miderst.m armv hasfakcn place. In tie Spring z
lit with a fellow citizen and ,poured out as a fit libation to thu its provisions. I came hereto' of 1864 that army comprised 1,135- ;\
On'-half :Minufastarsrs' Prices. a Senator, that I tt ought; amendments Union of these States. [Great tippltnse. indic ti; the Constitution, and to 000 men and 96,000 horse. On tho \
\V\IIIIISIJ'I'OY, IIJND1'RE9IelzoNo.: to the Constitution: ought not : .] UiH let the opponents of sate it, for it does seem to me that first of January, 18-'5, it consisted ;of I ili i
One S W.\tn ifindirdcr II ISO l'Oli', fl.\YD l'ltlt.lSllZi:: No. to be too Frequently) mule, that it this government remember that encroachment after encroachment is i 900,000 men and 82,000 horses. At .
250 (2 Mw.I, In'BltKYIEU.>xe M"iil, mder. would lvse'all its -.ignity, and 't hat when it is poured\ out, the blood of proposed. I stand to day prepared, present the numbers arc 805,000
250 Ibs r.MS'o tMtlMRR thu instrument would bj lost the martyrs will be the seed of the so far, as I can, to resist these en men and 75,000 horses, or less than
.'U).) ll forte'... SMXLi...IOU TVI'E.PIOA.. sight of (\n a short time ; because I church. Cheers. .] Gentlemen, this croachmcnts upon the Constitution tho effective force which remained
!2\1 f'>II'. lISrHV:: 'iY P E. happened to say if it was amended Union will grow-it will continue to and government.) I tell the opponents after the Crimean war, when tho
VliASES A 1 1'::UKK.I I):vflilES and lii,rust KUI.B3.everything/ LEAMPUIt\ nccii'Mry* and such: amendments should be increase in strength and l. power of this government, I care not number cf men was 818000.
"in duntlnoi gulti..K ,""Ul60" piper twice the .lie of tin adopted\ was an usurpation of power though it mat bo cemented and from what quarter they corue-yoi. ..
W-.A. 8I70BER, that would! have coat a king his cleansed.I who are engaged in the work of The Schleswig Holstein Gazette re.
r TrnprMnr Florida rteiitlnfl.P. head at a certain time. [Laughterand have talked longer than I inten- breaking up the government by later the following curious incident :
B. BROKAW'S' applauseIn] connection with ded. Let me thank you for the honor amendments to the Lonitutionthat "During the festivities of Christina,,
this sul-ject, it was maintained by the you have done me. So far as this'I j ttle) principles of free government are a large;: cake J of very rich appea ante
LIVERY AND SALE same gentleman that wo were in the government is concerned, let me say deeply root d in the American was sent by sprno unknown person asa s
midst t'Ilil caithquuko ; that he om other wo d in reference to tho 'heart. All the powers combined, I : present to General de Manteufful l ,
trembled. and could not )'idd.- amendments to the Constitution of card not of what character, csnnotdestroy Prussian: Governor of Schleswig.
Stables [Laughter.] Yes, t. ere is an earthquake tl o United S a es. \\'I.on| I readied that great instrument, the The gift was received with great
.... coining ; there is a g '(\1\1\ d. Washington toi the purpose of being great charter of freedom. They! pleasure by the Governor's family,
swell coming of popular judgment inaugurated( as Vice Pivsiden'l! of thu may seem to I1I1.ceeJ'.fOI' a time, but, and one evening it was placed on' the
TALLAHASSEE I had conversationwith tl.eir attempts will bu futile They table with no little but
,FLA. and indignation.; [A'vicu-- United States, a ceremony ;
{ ,-ALSO( "That's tl'ul'"J.] ,AJDul'icaniJopl\ ;' \It'. Lincoln. Wo were talking may think now tliat it can be done on cutting i', the tempting outside .
will stand by their interests, and they about tho condition of affairs and in by concurrent resolution, but whenit was foumUo be merely a shell containing .
4 .\ illCES, BUGGIES "GOXS[ will know who are their friends' ,and reference to matters in my own Slat is submitted to the popular judgment numerous' copies of journa'sprohibited :
A.\DU1R\ESS FOU' S.tLL.loiI.Ilae.at who tl.eir! enemies.V1i'at; positions i I I said that we had called a convention and the popular will, they will in Schlevig by order of
11... 0.1it61-ja have I held under this government, and bad amended our Constitu find that they might as well under \the General."
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for Radical I Fool on tbe "Rebe11l'O ." From Washington. .
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President's< Speech.. :No more Offices
( = t1tthttJ"" ttdincl.TALT.JAIIASSEE Governo The correspondent of the Macon Telegraph
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lion. HMBT 8, FOOTS once
We publish] today, the Speech of President The Washington correspondent of the '

c JonjtsOH at the meeting of the New York Tribune, In his despatch of Feb- of Mississippi, 0, 8. Senator\ and Member wilLes from Washington. on the 22d

of the Confederate Congress, has pub1i bed nit:
President declaredlast
t Washington' Monument Society on the ruary 21st, says, "the

SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1866. I 22d of February. tIe defined his position night, to a party who applied for an his book entitled! "War of the Rebel- The remains effect to of be the seen.veto Notwithstandingall upon the Cabinet -

and declared his future policy In language official appointment, that Le. could not lion." It Is said to be a ]lengthed diatribe statements to tbe contrary, the veto; I

AII'entllf, r The S"ntinel. so expressive of confidence And have it except on condition of giving In against his old political] rival, Jefferson message is the work of the President ,.

Mr. D. If. WILSON, at Qtilncy.Mr. determination, that the Speech has car- his adherence to the Executive polka in Davis, and denunciatory of Seddon, kIal- alone. The Ideas are his own. He composed .

Mr. THOMAS JENKiNS, at Madison. rled'dismay Into the Radical camp. And all its parts, and that this requirementwill lory and pretty much all the other prom thirty and wrote pages the of whole foolscap.] message No, making one- ",'

well It If the Macon Ttteyrtiph Is correct in all rae of appointment Inent men of the Richmond Governmen
Messrs. DREW & OAK LEV,Jacksonville.Col. may, be made future saw It till the whole was finished. At an u|I1
D. J. TAYLOR, at, Fernandina. when it says, "we have It from the to office under the present Administration A scathing criticism of the book and early hour on the morning of the 19th, W

Maj. F. CBARRETT, at Gainesville. highest authority, that the President Is ." its author appears In the Savannah Iter the Cabinet was summoned to meet In :

C. confident that the entire eleven Southern This touches the Disunionists in the ald. We seldom see anything more pungent special session, and the President read
1 Mr. E. JOHNSON at Monticello.
I he message to them. The.Secretary of '
Mr. W. L. STROMAN, at Centieville. States will be represented in Congress, right place. It will disorganize and break than the following : War opposed It with vehemence, as also .

; Mr. JOHN A. GRCBB, at Savannah, Ga. aud by men of their own choice, before them up in a very short lime ; for the The American people are sufficiently! did Mr. Harlan and one other member.,
the close of the present session" "rank and file" will soon desert the Rad- acquainted witn the history of the xvi ite Mr. Seward expressed himself as warmlyIn
to judge correctly of the motive! that favor of it, and so, also, did Mr. Mc- .
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y ical leaders when they find that the patronage -
the
this violent assault
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prompted upon The War with- ;
Notice.-During the absence of the under- Culloch. Secretary
signed,tho bustnoes of the Saitinel Office will Levying A "Direct Tax I" of the Government is to be with leaders of a cause which he himself had drew from the meeting without making y ,

hs conducted by Mr J. M. Don, Editor, In The mode of levying in East Florida, held from those who wage war on the espoused until near the close of the con any attempt to conceal his chagrin and "
charge. It is JACK- flict, when he betrayed it by secret High displeasuie. I think I he probability now f fIs.
the "direct tax" imposed by Congress in President and his policy." a
beyond the limits of the Confederacy.There .- I.
WM. A. SIIOBEK.Tallaliusee that the Cabinet will be reorganized; at }
Feb. 10 18M 1861, as a war tax, is stated merely for BOMAX move, worthy of a Tennessee is au old saying that if you give a an early] day. It Is well known that the r '

the Information of the public generally; President and successor of"Old Hickory." man rope enough he will bang himself: Secretary War, the Secretary of the

there being now but little prospect that Sumner, Stevens & Co. seem to have acted and if Mr. Foote has not perf. rmed the Interior, and the Attorney General are
V3T We are1 indebted to Postmaster! temarkable feat, In his work, it is either '
hostile the President's
openly to policy
the people of East Florida will over recover upon the idea or supposition that Mr. because the fastened
was not at one
CAMERON for the last N. Y. Herald and rope The President i III determined to have in > ,
Tribunt I their property 'sold op" to pay Jonssos would allow the patronage of end, or bad not weight enough in the liii Cabinet men who will not only negatively '
bo used to defeat his noose at the other end to comsummat
.. 0 the tax. the Government to acquiesce his policy, bnt will actively 1

53P'Our acknowledgments; to Mr. F. A. At S'. Augustine; in December 1863, policy and break down his Administration it. __ .Y-- support It, and upon whose positive ,

.three lots assessed at :; I They have at length: discovered support he cm count. The reorganization I
COSKLISO, of the U. 's. steamer Heroine, ninety were $04- How They Take It !ZA '
when it does take pl"ee, will
for late New Orleans papers. 000. They were taxed at the sum of that they had mistaken their man, but special Washington despatch, date probably be of the entire Cabinet., Of-

$197,00. The penalty was 50 'per cent., not until they had provoked a difference February 24th to the Nashville Manner the present ministers Mr. Seward is this
,
: Among the arrivals at the City being $98,50-making the total tax between the Ex-'cutive and Legislative only one who may be counted: certainly -

Hotel," we notice the gallant ColonelJ. $293,50. Departments, that n ill continue to exist says : I to remain, although DIMS McCulloch
I The excitement In political circles over probably will. Two well known Southern '
J. DiCKiso .- The property was sold by the U. S. until the ]people decide which is light and the esidenl's coup d'etat of the 22d is gentlemen will occupy seats In the

?The weather is all that can be desired Tax Commissioners, for the sum of $23- 'Viph: shall he sustained. intense. It Is freely asserted by the Rad- new Cabinet, and it is said that Hon.
000 ; so that property amounting in Value .. icals] that he was under the influence of Reverdv Johnson will Attorney Gene
: and the season is, so far, a promising I
and articles
liquor of impeachment
; ral, and Senator Cowan, of Pennsylvania,,
one. Peach trees have been in blossom $54,000, was thus sacrificed to raisea How Forgiving I predicated on this assertion, are said to Secretary War The Navy and the .

for several days, and gardens; which tax amounting to less than $300. TheNewYotk Tribune sums up the : be In course of preparation.! I state upon Poet Master Generalship- is thought,
The Tax-Commissioners sold second positive knowledge of my own, that "'iI1lre given to the Sonthi.'
were made some weeks ago, are looking wl>ole question of "recnnstl'uctlon" thus : .
the President was never in better health The mvffi\ bill which has 41
and third lots when enough was realized negro age passed -
well "We stand ready and to forgivethe
remarkably eager;
or more himself; that his speech was
the House is before the Seriate
from the first ]lots to pay the tax. They Southern people for being rebels, if tbe result of deliberation ; and that he now' ,
and the radicals determined tn '
II : e
AProiNT3rENT-Gov.: WALKER has appointed sold property exempt under the $500 they will forgive! three or four millionsof feels confidently defiant of results. A Itto a vote. As there are nearly 80 press rali-:!

Major JoHN BEARD of this city, clause, and refused to receive taxes tendered Unionists for having been born black, preliminary resolution of censure \\III11e 41\1%l votes In tfce Senate, and only about'

Comptroller of'Public Accounts, to fill by agents and others holding Deedsin In other words, the Radicals will forgive introduced on Monday. twenty democratic and e"nsel"l'ati'l'8.;

the vacancy occasioned by the death of and readmit the' Southern States 55 votes, the measures will finally pass.-
the that the
one case ground
on JEFFERSON DAVIS. Geu. EARLT wii-
But it. is be vetoed i-
and when they concede political] sure to by the P1'ellldent.
Col. PYLES. The appointment is an ex- recotded. people
Deeds had not been ting to the N. Y. "News," from the city .' InUis case it will be sent back to"
cellent one. Major BEARD has been for equality to their former slaves, now
The Tax-Commissioners were: by the of Mexico, under date of Jan. 10th, 1866, the House"as it originated in that, body;
ceverarmonlhs the discharge of the law of Congress, to commence their pro- "frt'edmen"the't.ry thing that the Here, nnHens! 13 Republican members ,
duties of the office. people] of the Northern States refuse to says : change Owfr'voies, K may be pnssedl! by a' '
when the of
ceedings military authority
.. do for the "freedmen" up there. Very In a ride from the State of Virginia two; thirds vole, over the President' we- '
the Government of the United States the States of North Carolina
was through to. The Home now consists of 159 rn ns-
Dr. Dcnle's Panorama. re-established throughout any County forgiving, indeed I IOTnj. South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, :Mississippi bers, of whom 106 would be all that is

.mo Arkansas and Texas, I did not needed, t., constitute the requisite lpthiids. -
This fine exhibition will open at the Parish or District j and they wore not to I '
Gen. Foster. find a solitary good man or woman who But. /IS was ascei'tained 1 yesterday -
Assembly Chamber in the Capitol on Mon receive their salaries] $3,000 each, (there did not express the deepen sympathy and the rascals have 119 votes, and the

day evening next, and will continue open were! three of them,) until they bad actually A correspondent of the New York profoundest respect for Mr. Davis, and it f'ennocrats only (\&. The demociati need

four evenings only., It is pronounced one commenced operations. By What Hew, writing from Quincy, pays to Gen. may be assumed as certain that whereverany 4'\ ,) votes, in the House, to sustain the

of the best works of art in the country ; means they arrived at the conclusion that FOSTER, in command of the Departmentof pretended Confederate, at home or esidenl's veto, snd as it is not likely \
abroad Is' found denouncing him that
,
command 40 the
hey can over or 46 IIPjrosuffl -
giving the spectator a life-like and strict. any County in Florida was, throuyho-Jt, in Florida, the following well-merited man has either done nothing for the cause :age bill may be carried in the .

ly accurate representation of the Falls of possession of the U. S. forces, we are at compliment : himself or has been a positive injury to it. House, over the President's veto. But m :

Niagara Mammoth Cave of Kentucky a loss to perceive ; it being very certain In the military administration of this -..'- the; Senate, as was demonstrated the ,
have nothing to complain A MOUNTAIN FROi A MOLE HILL.- ZOtbrnsl. 1hll'dq thePresident's .
Naval Engagement &c. tc. Those Department we a two vote over
< who that tbo U. S. forces controlled only the
The Atlanta mole hill
Intilligincer a
of. Gen. Foster seems from the first to says veto cannot be obtained. Thodemooials '
expect to obtain seats, will do well to poilt occupied by them, ,and that all out- have appreciated the fact that in the dis was converted into mountain a few days and conservatives ran command ,

go early. side was open to Dickison's'and other I charge of his official duties there was no ago, by tbe rumor that a Confederate flag from 18 to 20 votes in that body, \

-_...'. cavalry commands, which rode up to the necessity; either political or economical, bad been openly flaunted to the breeze, and the radicals only 30 or gl at ibe outside I
]MAJOR GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS. This that required him to treat refined, high, and that secession was again rampant.On ._ : There is a fair prospect therefore
-
very lines of Jacksonville, Fernandina, toned and intelligent gentlemen as though making inquiry into the matter, we for the defeat of the negro suffrage bill
gentleman is making a short visit iu Tallahassee St. Augustine!:; &c., as late as the dale of they were I ignorant serfs. His uniform were Informed that a thoughtless wood through the operation of the President's 1
and his many friends in Florida passer on one of the Georgia Railroad en-
Gen. JOHXSTOX'S surrender, and, we believe kindness\ of manner and soldierly courtesy veto 1
will be pleased to learn that he is in the have done more to soothe the lacerated gines, in order to indulge some little ,

enjoyment of excellent health even afterwards. feelings of our people, and to win them whim of his own, had placed a miniature Removal of Negro; Troops.The .
having -..------ back to their "flist love" than would all flag of the "stars and bars" on tho engine

s lived through a "war expeiience": both Great meeting in New York.A the thieatenings of thousands of negro U "as" very "small potato" affair, and Columbus Sun says :

varied and extensive.! Between. the bayonets. we are surprised that any importance was "To the joy and gratification of all,
Spring of 1861 and the close of the war great meeting of the citizens of New attached to it, yet tbd Intclliym-cer learns with the exception of i a few malignant! ,

ha has had five residences York, Irrespective of all political differences the engineer has been arrested and for hearts, the negro ganison! with officers .
and
an extensive I was held on the evening of the General Sherman. warded to Augusta under anei t. baggage and everything; else pertaining' ,,
steam saw mill burned by Fede them left Col u Dims yesteiday
.. ral troops or by the Confederate authorities 22d of February, at the Cooper Institute, Passing through Chicago: last week, E&r: There was a grand ball at the National fOI Macon! never, we hope, to return--moinhtgr

pr accidentally. As Quartermaster in support of President .10118 SON and his Gen. SHERMAN was called upon for a Hotel in Washington, the evening The only troops left here are the twelve'

policy. The building was densely packed speech, and said : before Lent. The Republican says whites under Capt. Jlowe. We hope that
ht Atlanta from the Tall of of 1862 to the the dancing was kept until fo ur o'clockIn
and the streets in the "You know I am not going to make! up hereafter all will go; on amicably as after '
"surrender" his duties must have been vicinity were any speech. If I do say anything, it will tbe morning and tbe star of tlio galaxy the departure of Col. ,Woodall's command -

incessant and burdensome indeed ; but crowded with the enthusiastic supporters be merely to say nothing. I know there beauty was a young lady from Veri We heli'erft the cause of the removal

we are happy to learn that he is none the of the President. lion. FRANCIS B. COT- are a great many soldiers here that I have mont, a niece of Mr. Senator! Fo ot, who (1- the negro troops! was the representation '
TING presided, and speeches were made seen before. They came \to me and was dressed with a simplicity that charmed of the'facts to the Government -
for service
I worse Major F. is about to who saw her. lIe r dress
here because everyone noble Governor
SEWARD spoke to me at the table ljy our Chas J. ,
Post-Master
lake up his lesldence at Nashville, Tenn., by Secretary General they recognized me at once: There is a was pure white alpaca, covered with Jenkins' .

-where he will resume the practice of the DENNIsoN, D. S. DjcKi.vso.t and oth mark on me which they all have seen, transparent lace, and she wore not an or- "The negro soldiers went off shouting .

law. els. An Address, reported ty DAVID and by which they can very easily recognize nament either of Jewelry, ribbons ,or any. and nearly all persons tell us, appeared

I DUDLEY FIELD, was unanimously adoptted me-a mark I cannot efface- thing of the kind. Her hair was allowedto to be under the influence of 1'quor."
:: I've got a "red head." I am sure that I fall naturally without comb or any visi- .
MILITARYBrigg. CHARLES Mea. endorsing: the President's policy sustaining ,
ble confinement, and her figure; presenteda
am very glad to see so many happy faces OIrJ'BAL'LRE': AT ARLINGTON. gentleman -
DEE, Assistant Adjutant General his veto of tbe Freedmens'Bureau of the pencil of the old
Depart about me. I can say to yon now as Gen. picture worthy of this city, having occasion to
ment of Florida: visiting his family in bill, calling for the pacification of the Johnston once said, I believe, notwithstanding Italian masters. pass through Arlington at dusk on Saturday -

Philadelphia. country and declaring that the only ele- the hard fighting, there's a good saw a lonely figure standing with
of left I" BOLD HORSE THIEF.-A white man folded arms at the foot of a tree. truck
maiy you yet
Brig, Gen
Jons NBWTOX ment of disturbance Is the
formerly political condition calling himself BLAOKBDBN stole a horse
i .4 with the sorrow fill' altitude the person,
command of the! U. S. forces in Middle of the "freedmen." Stevens! and Carl J! clutrz. from the public rack in this town, a fewweeks he walked past him, and saw that It wan :

Florida, is ordered to report to the Chief Is ago, sold him 'to a gentleman of Robert EJ: Lee standing! in the street that

of his Corps ; he being a Lieut. Colonel of HONEST MEK.-The following are the The Philadelphia Mercury, a neutral or Leon county, hired out to another man passes through the middle of his old es-

names of Republican Senators! who Independent paper, Is growing wrathy at Iu the same county, and being entrustedby ate. !Mrs.. Lee has applied to the fireslent !-.
Engineers, and Brevet Colonel U. S. A.
of his with
the wife employer thirty
Radicals. It. for restoration of this
the factious conduct of the A estate,
had manliness and
General' JOAN K, JACKSON, who was patriotism enough to I dollars to buy some article: at Tallahassee which has viiinally become a National:;

in command of the District of East Florida sustain President Johnson's veto message exclaims : using for this purpose a fine bloodedmarE' Union soldiers' cemetery.; The expectation -
"And who is Mr. Stevens 1 Not a Penn- has not been heard of l Lce.D"erlpti01l''About .
ill the winter of 1861 ; : HOD. James Dixon;of Connecticut Is general that the President will order -
or spring of Yankee in-
thank God bnt
sylvanian, a 6 feet irt height
: Its restoration.
1865-Jied at Milledgenlle last Tuesday, ; Hon. Daniel S. Norton, of Minnesota truder into this State,wbon reputed wife sandy hair, blue eye, florid complexion, Mbum. -If'aih. Cor A' T

The Georgia Legislature adjourned in respect ; lion. Wm. M. Stewart, of Np'vac1aj; is a negro, and whose children are tnulat-] weight about 180 Ibs., and easily recognized .---. ..

for his memory.GERMAN lion Edgar Cowan, of Pennsylvania ; oes. And who Is Carl Schurz A wretched when talking by two projecting NEWSPAPER S"PPRBs8l0lC.-The New

Hon. Edwin D, Morgan, of New! York, adventurer, who U a traitor to his na eye-teeth-Qnuwy Comment otalth, 2d.RECIPBOcltY. York Trib : "The orleremsna-
live fled hither for refuge kept a Genera
: land, ting from Grant for the
: IKllOKUION'-o1r. 3. U. Oar, and Hon. Jas. R. Doolittle, of Wiscou- lager beer saloon In this city, and failing .-We learn that a Federal ion of the Richmond Examiner, it suppres-is said,

.German citizen fiom Ohio, Is visitingthe sin. In that, has lived ever since on the Government officer, who saw proper, while on the will not be the only one of a similar char.

South for the of laying before 415 that has rescued him from the, Vicksburg train, on Bundat last, to exercise : actor if the present course of the rebel
purpose W The New York Tribune Is tryingto penalty of treason and the obscurity of ascullion. a little authority by cutting some journals is not changed. It notorious
the public a well matured ,plan] for "
bolster up the courage of the Radicalsby brass buttons from the coat of an ex-rebel, that many journals in the south are a*
bringing European emigrants direct to the publication of such Telegraphic .... awoke from his slumbers at a hotel In bold and defiant in treasonable( utterance '

Southern ports. He addressed a meeting Lieutenant General Grant, accompanied this city, on the following morning, minus II before or during the war. Genera) GrantIs
despatches as the from Ohio
following : his wife and his staff his own brass buttons shoulder straps said to be determined
Savannah ]lastk. by personal ar. to put a stop to
.. ..----- "The people are furiously Indignant. rived in New York on the 2lid, Hopping and oilier decorations tjo much for officlousnoss. this firing, the Southern heart"
Ohio '
Is good for Jaekton Stamford
to-day -
60,000 '
against
.
.
W The Speech of lion. A. II. STEPHEai *- ,
Johnson. Great at the Metropolitan Hotel.
enthusiasm .
prevails In
before the Georgia Legialature: oa the favor of Congress. ... CJTlhe members of Rochester Cir. ALL RIGHT.-The Confederate Major, .

23d ult., ws telegraphed to the New L W Hackett, the great "Falstaff," Is cle of the Fenian brotherhood are aboutto on who Sabbath was referred last aa to unable In one to of our pulpits

York Titmice at an expense of twelve! hunt (13T[ Three thousand colored troops playing at the St. Charles Theatre, New. shear fashion the: British boast after the following i means, from voluntary procure coiitrlbuons sufficient --

dred dollars.I3T will, In a few days, be mustered out of Orleans. Resolved,That we, the! members of the] to replace his lost leg with an ar.
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.. service In the Department of I be South. tSTSir frederio Uruce and hit diamond Rochester Circle F, B.. pledge ourselves ficial one, when thousands were lavished -
Five steamers left Savannab .. upon the Opera, was fitted out
for tar create: much lienll&tioliin Washington U refrain from wearing or using, after yeater-

New York, Boston and Baltimore on Sal-, 1.7 Georgia six_ pfcr cent. stocks are The Indies pronounce hint "a love of an this date, goods, wares, or merchandiseof day for his in the home most in Texas approved this style molding, and._start tf
urday last.I rp to 031u Neil York. Ambauaudor." :I English manufacture. rllll T'ltiirph.



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I BY TELECRAPH. NOTIL' D.I.KD.-Onr the publication: readers, a short Will tIme remember J'tl\T\ ) tiIittlxt'tltlt.ANOTHER DRUGS DRUGS! McKIBBIN & ALLEN'

( THE VETO IN CALIFORNIA. since, of a letter written by General R. *
E, Lee to Gen Jnbal A. Early, explain. WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.LARGEST .
BAH FRANCIBCO, Feb. 26.-The Democrats lag tbe reasons which induced the-former HAVE NOW IN.STORE
held a meeting In this city Saturday to agree to a change of commanders In I
night and endorsed the position of the General Early's Department. Tbe letter 1. I

on President Tuesday.They called another meeting. was private in its nature, and only pnbIshed CARGOARRIVED STOCK The.Largest and .Handuntit :
to set at rest a slander on the rep ,
*
-- utation of a gallant and able officer.- : t1
CONGRESSIONAL.WAenncorox Nevertheless, a few days ago an order In the State of Georgia. ASSORTMENT OF :
Fob. 26.-The Senate was received from Washington by Capt. i.
to-day dliciiMed the concurrent resolu Samuel H. Early, brother of the General, 1 --- a .1.DII1JG8t.MEDIC.tN. -
tion of the Houoc, that no Senator or commanding him to give op to the military GOODS
Representative from the seceded Slates authorities the original! letter, snpposd S. Chemicals, DRY
pftnll be admitted until Congress shall .> to be in his possession, on the singnar Perfumerlea.
have decided the State entitled.to representation ground that
'N of the nation. The order came Bole Agent far Holmbold'. Kttraot: : of Bnaim EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLO.
Mr. Sherman stated that the resolution through: Major Lattimer, commanding and Barnaparllla Ayers Preparation., 1.y.1
could confer no power, If pasted, that this post. Captain Early replied that I Preparations reparation,, Boofland'i tics' St.German Domingo BlttenClodt'1Hair Bitten Kd RIDA,
was not already Tested in Congress.In the published letter was only a copy of McKIBBIN & ALLEN Restorer,Thompson'. and Pbalon'*&alr
the House a bill was introduced to the original, which had passed ont of his 'reparation and Toilet Article,Well1' Strength.nlng .
continue In force the act to re-establish a lands.-Lynthturg Republican, the Plasters trade and all other Patent Medicine before Consisting in part of '
Bureau for Frecdmen's affairs. .
The house discussed the joint resolution SOCTDEBX PACIFIC RAILBOAP.We Brown and Bleached Mailing *
ALSO ,
proposing to amend the constitution understand thttt the officers, and some TALLAHASSEE, FLA. t
to A3 to give Congress the power to make ether gentlemen from Northwest Lonis-
The most eitcnilf and toek of
Mp lawn to secure to the citizens of each tans interested !la this road, who have complete Jaconet,
State all the pitvllegps and Immunities been here a short time, endeavoring to ,
of the citizens! of the several Stated, and procure the iron to complete'the track RAVE JUST RECEIVED PAINTS, Cambric, andSwiss
to all persons in the several States equal between Shreveport, La., and Marshall,
protection of the rights of life, liberty and Texas, have every prospect of success. Oils, VarnlBli'e!!.. FrenchZlne, Color, ArtlaU M
und Painter' Material to be found In any ice- JVIisliBs
proper!)'. There are but ten miles of track to be Ion of the South and at price which logo ,
WASHISOTW, Feb. 27.-The Senate laid.-JV. O. P-icayttnt. I.CTiLT our COMPETITION.GLASS. '
to day considered the concurrent resolution VIA ST., MARKSA CutM Flane
of the, House relative to the admission W, William B. Aitor owner 1,800
of Southern States Mr. Dixon IOU* SD! New yrkJlnd in charged with .

nude! a speech In defense of the.. policy of the ponibllity of the recent large advance Every variety of (]I...., French and German Tickings, .
'the President and the late acts of the ad- In rent. On. little bouse, which, LARGE INVOICE OF'HARDWARE Plate Btjluod Out and Sky Light Ola*., tingle .
ministration.The two year. ae-ho rented for 9800, was pal and double [ Blankets,
House resumed the consideration it $1,500 last year, and tbi.year he charges French
of the constitutional amendment giving $ .500. Bat then, poor man,he needs Pure Brandies Cloths: and
equal rights .to the citizens of all the the money. ,

States. ,
The bill 'before the North Carolina Legislature Wines and Whiskies, CasilBercn. ,
THE VETO IN BALTIMORE. grunting to freedmen the right ot: \

BALTIMOREFeb, 26.-The friends of testifying in the courts, bas been so amended For Medicinal! pnrpose; and a large supply of ,
the President held a meeting here to. as to preclude its taking effect null other Liquor for general ue.
night In approval of his course. The opponents all matter of jurisdiction cow referredto DRY GOODS Ladies' Dress Goods
of his policy have called a meeting the Freedmen Bureau shall be tam Bruch, Foucher & Co.'s 1:
for Thursday night. >, ed over to the civil authorities.

CHAMPAGNES. French Merinos
NEW YORK MARKETS. FROSSK: TO DCATB Eleven men wets I ,
: frozen to death In the vIcinity'ot Hamilton v Bole Agent of the only true Imported Brand i,
NEW YORK Feb. 27.The cotton market -. Fillmore county, Minn., on the nightof In the country, vlt: Carte D'Or, Lao D'Or and English Merinos j t
ha a declining! tendency. Sales today LIQUORS all couuolnenra ,
the 20ib ult. Six of them were frozenIn Jllery,pronounced by inperlor r
OliO bales at 44c. to any heretofore In uio.
while the
a sleigh passing along: road.
Naval' clones dull. Another :man was found frozen la a atand- Alpacas
Gold 137. Special Agent for the American Vintage Company ,
lug posture with his hands over his face, and largo took of their celebrated C\ll- L
and only three or four rods from. house _c. ctec. tJO.Xaroh abO. orals brand. constantly on hand
WHAT THE PRESIDENT SAID TO :French and English Poplin., i
THE GOVERNOR OF OHIO. My ipeclal! arrangement with Manufacturer
17 In a suit lust decided by the Supreme .
and Importer of the North,and In Europe,warrant
WASHISOTOS, Feb. 27.-Oov. Cox: of Co urt of New York, for an auto 1 1866. If me In not only guaranteeing the absolute Poil de Cheevers i;1
Ohio, has written A letter detailing a con graph letter of Washington to the Mayor Purity and Genuineness of my entire itock, but ,
versation had with the President, In and Council of New York city In 1786, the al.o unable me to sell any of the above mentioned -
of at first cost price*-In torn il
lines good
\ which the latter said his polloy had merely jury| hell l the value of the letter at J2,> lne.even lees than tranaportatlon. Plain and Fancy .,
v aimed at the earliest reiteration of 060. "

peace OH' the basis of loyalty. No congressional An examination of my price will' sustain then AIl Wool 1
policy having been adopted SOCTEXRX: DEBTS.-The proposition InCongl'l'8" For New Orleans statements, In every partloular.
to legislate for Northern creditors
\ when he went into office, he wnt forced
to secure Southern debts, has been SEEDS. Del ines
to adopt a policy of his own. One cen- FRESH GARDEN 1
tral idea had controlled him in the wholematter declared to be unnecessary, by report ota THE STEAMERJ. '

and that was that the proper ayqtent committee appointed to consider the W. M. WALSH, American Delaines, .
of pacification ahoulil' be one tostimulate matter. F

everywhere the !loyalty of theft & 8l'
S.1- Cor.Barnard Bronffhton Fancy Silks
,
>; people of the South themselves and COMMERCIAL. !,

-' make It ihe fprlnj! orlo.al conduct and SAVANNAH, GEO.
legislation rather limn Impose upon In great variety.
them losses and conditions by direct external TallahiM rasSrxTiisL J
feb 0, 186 -tl
force. (uric I, > ________ "''
TULAuun, 'J.., March S,1865.cotros. { L. SMALLWOOD 'V"1IJter: : Al.nwiis
JOHN M. GUERARD, l

rOPULAB DEMONSTRATION IN BAL. Middling.................... a sa GEORGE W. GIFT, MASTER, AT ALL PRICES.. I
TIMORE.BILTIMORB. Ordinary.........SO.II ply hereafter regularly between the Attorney at Law,
WILL '
Feb. 27.-There was an OI..aAL MAaa&'v. of S f. MARKS Hud the above Port, t\\
immense main meeting here last night to Corrected by MtxanJtr Od'i( >, Qrottr Touching at Apalachicola. '175 Bar !Street,

\I sustain the ;President's policy. Speecheswere Flour, per bbl..'.............|U 00.18 00Buekwt.ent SAVANNAH GEORGIA. CwlmerelIN
For FreIght or further rmrtlniilnri,apply to Cloths and
made fcy Sena ton Couau Doolinle per bbl..._ IS 00 a 30 00 .
,
McKIBBIN tt ALLEN.TallahMtee
biubel..............
cud erer&lLATER otlsers.'l Hominy tier t Ma !200 Feb. tf February 24,18 6._]to
i> Heat 271866.
.
Cora 1 Ma :200
I 1 "" Cotlue...................... 38 a 40 WILLARD'S GREAT VARIETY
; FOWJM EUROPE. Fnab .... 10* 16 PLOUGHS ANDPLOUGH
Chickens, per pair....... "4.a
Nf.w YORK, Fdb. 27.-Tim Hteam'.hip 1olIg. per dozen... 2i a 80 LIVERY STABLESQUINCY HATS AND CAPS,
Hermann has arrived' lie.." with Liverpool Butter, rponod................. J4 a 86 IRON.N09.10,11,10 .
ad rice the 14th.MA21.KETL. Vhe....)._..................... XOa 60 _
to Sweet Potatoes,per bmliel.....'... 75 a 1 00 and 60 Ploughs FLORIDA.HACKS BOOTS AND SHOES,
......... ; -
Irish ('ola.op*, per barrel 700*
Cast Half do.
Onion, per bnrrel................. 3 00 a 8 00 8 Inch wide Iron. Shovel ; are always In readiness to convey
Lard per pound................... sib 81Kncon arriving on the Railroad train, HARDWARE
The Liverpool,cotton naifcet wan easy, per pound................. ao a 26 For aalo at D. B. UEGUTSI8S 4- CO'8. to CHA1TAHOOCHEE,or any point to which ,
'but qllOlltlollHpre barely mainlalned. Whbkey, per gallon.............. 3W a 6 60 February :::7. 1666. tfN. they may desire to go.
Console .at gj'ai72.. !!Ides., dry. M a 10 TItEO. WILLARD.
were quoted nidu, greeu...................... Ma 04 February K,1898. lw CROCKERY
;Five-I wenties at 87 1-2.
r DOYLE & CO. FOR SALE.T
.
i
TEXAS NEWS. Tin Ware: &c., &c.
't. HE Buhecrlber baa for cede several hundred
GALVESTOS Feb. 18.-A wharf!
,
Ig press and warehouse company, with a
Petit Gulf Cotton Seed
capital of one million dollars, has :been and Sts. Royal
formed in this city. They are paying, NEW GOODS Corner Bay Whitajier of a very prollllc.peel" Also,several hundred C rRQtC7EJrLT331fet: : :: l
$400,000 in guld for lots for their bosi- bushels of Long Staple Cotton ",.,..t. ,
ness. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Apply to E. HOD8TOUN FLOUR,
1l0USTOUN.
to JA MEB 1:1.'
or :
has been established
One cotton factory OD PlaulalioD.Febru.ry .
at Houston and another Is organizing.!
II 1868._2wBLACKSMITHINC

.as Mr.about Wigfatt three made we leee.ago.!.escape/rom':Tex- M. A. DzialynskiHAS WHOLESALE GROCERS SUGAR t.

The Methodist tUliurck Korth has offered TOBACCO., ic.
tu take-the negro churches of Tex- RECEIVED AND IS STILL AnD: DIALERS IIIPROVISIONS H. B. FITTS & CO. 1\\

as under its pwtt>-CL-.I IUCEIVINQ ARE now of prepared to exeeuU every deterlp Powder Shot and Percussion

NEW YORK MARKETS.NEW BLACKSMITHINGIn Caps.

YORE, Feb.:26.-The cotton mar- A Well Selected SUck of Goods, tbe beat manner and a* low* UB
ket Is more active to-day. Sales, 1,000:: Ft reign and Domestic LiquorsVOODKN the ooot 01 matoriaf &0., will admit of. They
bales at 45 cts. CONSISTING OF have tecurod tbe services ol some of the

Quid quoted at 137. BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. Wines & Liquors
.. \ -V AHE. ,
Tboao wbo may fuvor n* with tbelr patronagewill 1
But One State. the Union be guaranteed enure*atl>faotloD.KyBho .
Dry Goods nearly opposite the Poet Office. '
You are, perhaps, not aware of it, but WRAPPING PAPER, Feb. 3. 1886-tf The-largest Stock in the State .
unless you reside IB Massachusetts, you '
are living out of the United St"teat- NOTICE.
Just see if we do not prove it. We are Boots and Shoes &c. &c. &c. ALEXANDER GALL1E ) CONSISTING OF
told now every day by tbe Solons in versus >Attachment
Washington that as the Constitution I is VALENTINE JOHNSON,S WHISKY, BRANDY GIN, CHAMPAGNE

I flOur "amended" It knows of no distinction OLOTaXNG Amount sworn to, $18 871. PORT SHERRY AND ,I
in race or color, and as Massachusetts defendant and all other Interested are
" THE CLARET WINES COCK- i)
notified of the commencement of the ,
is the only State whose constitution LATEST STYLES OF AGENTS FOR above lult, and to appear before tne In the olty ofrallahawee TAIL AND STOMACH '
1 mow conforms to> the Federal Constitution <' Leon county, Florida,on the aoeond
t why it follows that she is the only Monday In June 1804, ana plead to the same,or BITTERS, &c., &c.tY'Tbe .
State in the Union I There it is, as plainas Ladles and Gentlemen's Hats, T ATT:I* O 3Pt.f rat I ICelebrated I judgment will. be given by delaull.O.. H..'FISHER, merchants of Florid. are re- JfJ.

a pike staff. Now, why don't the I Jostles of the> Peae. spcoifally requested to examine e\ll'; stock
Massachusetts Senators and Representatives HOSIERY &C. Albany February K,1864. febl7-.owemPRIVATE' beftrt deciding 10 parcbue New York-,
kick the interlopers out of Con w\ra will duplicate aU bill at Now York I
'.. l Cress,? ''What right have they to be leg lif BOARDING" prices; thereby saving them. time and

.. isUting when they are not in the Union 1 Which he offers low Urms forlCASl IMFERIALCREAM JUr&i. J. B. ALSTON, I II prepared to aoeekaIfJL freiebt.f37Totitivty:
That's the question that we would like to on modato flfi..wo or twepV: day boarder*. tFur M*jaait lori *t !retttt
or COTTON. residence near the lfetbodl.t.Cbnr.h,la to I*
answered. We turn them
say out by ALE. city. 6b.I II also prepared< to enUrtala trBtotentomer
AU means and let Massachusetts rule tbe .. Every <*r* and *n ninn| "HI be ftcKIbhtiY & :Allen
j "bole country ID came as she now does llayward's Oil Stand given to tb* comfort" the gu..t. I
ill fac .-A', T. Dy Book; 8at.r. .bGsF j I>. !i, 1586 1m Jan. 50 -1m Pee. C. IMS,-if"t



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,aptqiff tho, )aws ,of jthcfr Red flalrata! PrFiipIumI l I
wh $r tinc 1. i ''rcb ,WDOLESAL1' :m' 'RETAIL STORE ,
llodtTn own I cbnirhdawcaUlij,!; andV;; s ,innny In out tim the bi1italio'tl.. of ,

think, against tIlt laws of their Cre the n-J-hnired commenced in.. the

ator''also ? Juif Errant,' in which Eugene Sne ., -------'. ..

WA.. :SHOBER, .. depicted! Mdlledc Cordoville in such J

PUBLISHER AND .ratpRIETott.SATtiRDAY Fashionable Women. glowing colors' that, >for, 1 her! : charming Q 1 ':' '!J@ @ ..
'
tli.. "rn Fashion kills 'jnoro. :!::omen, than sake, the, hitlti rtn, dt!"|,5
MARCh.. 3, 1803. toil and'soi'row. Obedience to fashjyii :, rose; little\ in pnbliC'opinion How e ..

-- -. i is A. great, tratHgressio.n of .thulaw's iiiany persons Jnive we known seeking -
N'Y "Humid,; Tuulo."] in thir; Wc'ncspcctFCLtY: INFORm: Otn rniEwus:: THAT "'JJ HATE
[From the of woman's nature, a greater injury by every means power ; .

Sunday Sports In Boston( to her physical and mental constitution tu"'tul:1I: the ilatclll'ellllair into brown

,"Tide, ;btlf chapter: of'''the{ revised than hardships of poverty" or chestnut ? Oils, pomades, bl'llllilca.len >>':! WSKDSISS.$ilLiIS aiS'ID JBIB'EMXIIIL' ((21r@IBIl5
and The / combs wero the supposed
slave-woman
neglect. at
statutes;:' Jldssaehusettsi'ulaitcs( | ( vv holly At the Old .Stand In. Tnllalmurpwtiire wo are prepared to nispply euntomeri with alll..h.d. o
to "the observance of tho Lord's l>er tasks will live and grow 'old, and I lemediox, and, these failing, dye was

dny, and tho prevention and punish; M i3 two or' three generations of hernu'strisocs resorted At/ school tO. the redhaircd '. Dry Cowls( Groceries, Boots and] Shoes, ,
fade and The boy (1'gil'l
passa\\ "
i Tile tit section } .
ot iiinoiality.
iuu.
pi ovules that: "110 person shall washerwoman: with scarce a"ray ofh6Kj was the butt for every joke, the HATS & CAPS, OLOTHING, HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND

his-shin! war huullc, orww | to cheer her in her toils, will liveto scape-goat for every lI1isl'hiev'uusu'il.k ,
keep o.l ,
'xbottac ul| :: Ori.shalt, do buy manner s'fyi J her fashionable sisters 1\I'die! and escapade; If an inquiry AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ,
; around hi ci'. Thu kitchen, maid is was made as to the perpetrator ofany
of labor, "Wsiness( :: :: or w 01 k, except
oU'oiiccult the who .At tho SJowo>st CnshX riocs for Cash or
: OJ'lc hearty and !strong, when her lady ha<. was roqniiic
wniksot''necessity) or chanty,
anyi ilancing, or to be nUl'scelliku a sick baby. "it is did it," chorused the boys. "*t wa I C OIJ.." TON".
at
present any any tim cried the Chi! .
sad
a tinth that fashion pampered roqnin, girls.
public (Ic\'uto1i show, or entertainment .It'cn whose heath inivd Flnvlni dUbtljliM a branch of our lion-.* In 1 1'.nrk., wcnrp prr;'nrri! to fiirtiltb 0.0'<1. of Allkt..ds,11I
dressed 1
,
women are almost worthless for all were the ebn, mid tile .
take in portut(', any( quantity, on tux uotitv niunt udvaulngeiiuri term
: or part any
Lord's ." The- the good ends or human life. They i lost their patronymic at school, ,

or second play section on the provides "thm uay.: no person have but little .force of' character ; and were simply known as the t roqiiin Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to ;

Lord's they have still less of moialwill" or the t roqtiino If, a-j was generally
shall travel on the (lay.. power .
except deal necessity I or chal'lt)'." and quite us little physical en the case!, freckles were an accom HODGKH8S SCOTT & CO. ,
live for paiiunent, the victim was said to
Tno' third section pre vides "that ergy. Tlmy no great pnrpoe -
retailer in lifts-Ahey accomplish m: worthy boar the brand of Judas in his thee.t' NEVti YOE't.I3' : :.
no inn-holder, spiituous; 1'"lllIho., Jan. 0, IMS I 1
\ hat wonder then it'whim this -
or other keeping a ends. They are only dollformsin treatment ,
liquor, peiaon
the hands of milliners and servants,' the t red-haired child 1 became; !
LoiUsf lIt'l'ul.lic enieitaiiiinent, shall PEN GEORGIA RAILROAD. ; .
entertain not being to bu dressed and fed to order.! They sullen and dKi :recah c, and in some; Emporium of Varieties ,
any persons
tiavclcis, siiangcis, or lodgers, in lnhouse dress nobody ; they feed nobody I ; sort\ merited the reputation given t4.'n; ,.
instruct him bujol'l halllil} In the tale of YJt ""''t'"
they nobody they blest nobody -
snail ;
Oil the-Luru'sday, or :stil-:
for any s such pel bOilS on said day to I and save: nuhodv.\' They write "The Fa 4'One with the Golden Hair," -..- rUt IT '. SLrSSI; {:

ali.de in his house or u no books; ;i. they set, no rich cx'nmpll's no child 'could ever have imaginedth" CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
or 'remain tields > of \'irtuciiid; woman. life.: Iftln-y face of the beautiful princes TlLLAlUSSEB Jill, 15, ISr.O. A 1X, yV H A B B K K, IPX.A.,
the orchards, or
,
yards appertaining fiamed in locks. .. and his dote, tile Truingmi
children servants and do I red Her hair mast after '
; io the rear nurses: ( Tin nnd
same, drinking orspuuduig lliu Peiiimoiilii<1 Uuoim) U.illroiiJ( nut opprr.
ill to conceive and th'emliirth. hate been tine threads ot'"c 't gold. dllll > fulluwr: ..;
)heir time i \ idly or at pray.or !save give run ) n SIIGCT ISOX AIAM'FAtTCRER(
,And when l'UIU'clll'llIltal'e Afc to red-haired princess; such a E iSTWARD. J
in tMn'g any secular businiss- heard 01: Thetairy 1,.-avp Quincy.... ................4.30 A. M. i
I they ? \Vhat do' they ever amount thing;; was never ... *' '
The, ninth :section: provides that "all \ '? nt i l.uhtiusre in..u 6 UO DtALKH: IN
to but \weaker fecinns; of the old tale would have lost its interest rraviTn'lnliniwc! lit.........i.:;"..' 7.110 "
tylhing men, IolJcll1i grand-jurors, Arrive nt M"',dtsuti at.......... .... ..Il.ou 1 "
and 1 constables shall) into aiM I Muck 1 1Vho ever heard of a fashionable in tlie ey(.t I f children' hud such ahe- Icavo llndU'in at................. -Il.oO English, retch and Tcmes
inquire woman's child I exhibitinjjniiy roil been possible Cooks even, of .Arrlu ut L.iku Cnj m............ 3.0 1'. M.
intoim lit'all. the tic Goods
.
ul1':1I8cslgaillt:
: : pro WESTWARD. ,
virtue and of mind for which, this color!, were looked upon with dis:: .
ceding provisions of, this "a'pter, and power '.jiive Luke City at---------------1. 8,30 A. Miarrlve
it became eminent ? Head the biographies like. Mi.-trcshes 1 pretended that thepeculiar nl M ullwiii' at--------.......12.20 I1. M.Lonxu Plain Fancy &
shall cause the same to becairied into ordor of their hair lent itelf Mndlmn. lit.............. .....I'.'.M ,. I"rrlw I Japanned Ware
lIl'Olil' gl'cat i and good men "
cf 'ct.'u trout old editioii i III 'l'1l1I"h"' e at------------- 4.10
quote} an and. women. Not of them had iinplca iitly: to the sauces, tinned I. iivi-Tnl'iilmr-B .cnl ............... 6(0 I STOVE :
of the I'C\1SctI but have one a ..... ... D8lAFTE.S.: ::
statutes, and Arrive lit Quincy nl ....... .. G. I0 .
tim milk timo
spoiled jams.
'ashionable nloth"'r. They nearly all
: to'lhlnk"tli snbstaii ST. MARKS TRAIN .
ul
lIot'ea l'
any from wOI'ncli. Now, all that is changed! ; red hairis A large: and li'.ntKoineati" of
: ; have since been sprung strong-minded I 1.1''''e Tnlliilinimei\ ni---------------- 730 A. U. ioty
t'al changes: made i! the mode Thu mother tiflYeHtHt. Mil'k. al .......... .... I.I 16 "
So::) much fOI'.tho statutes of the who had about as little to do with loung L'vertt.1. 101 Hrk. nt.................12.00 ?t 1.
old 1'nritan oiumonwealth. Kow fashion as with till! charming clouds. prays' that her coining babe, if a girl, Arrive nt 'rllllahll': : ."'" ,1/...... ....... l.>i( 1>. M. COOKING STOVES, ,
Stf[II ilf nil hour will be KIVIMI mi tin nrriMil
Ilal'e red locks and if it has its
for thu execution I I'c find the fol- .-- may: of tim cnrn Ht MndiBon 1 for iJlnnur, guint from Coutttiiitg I '-1 .
I'm'tune is mad'He! red-haired mid coming thU w.iv. 1
lotting paragraph' ,in leading: Boston BRAZIL.We have 1I11'1'll.llv'mcn.- A lino of stiiKOH betwcon Qnlticv, B.ilnlirlduP I I
bcautis taki.ig; her revenge ; she \lbllll\.rll1l'I\\IIPIi,,.. M."llcdl..alll'I'hlllll'\ SHKET'IRON,
newspaper of Moiidiiy morning, tiond that the fine steamer Margaretis will '
carries her chignon like a ilag, a d I i Mllu, cuiitiec' with thiMniliipE.
tlie 20 !h I of January!\ : up at this iioi t, to sail un tho 1st1,1'0x11110 IlDU."TnfX, I. AIU-TIGIIT
"The road: to' with :gathering: under it, aided by fashion, Jnn.lit, 1S60-If 1..ld'.IIt.. ,
ParR.BrazJ.
Brighton yesterdaySIndny emigrants to .
blonde.
shade of chestnut and
( : ) was exceedingly! animated, ;. Maj. lla-ting, who has every '. EDX.AND .
black, transforms; than all i into led.l Scott & Co.
Hodgkiss; '
as were alho'thosulmil>an .- been the indefatigable i tent of those:: I 1'AFLOPCOOKING '
l Hilt tout tout law and tomorrow
puss STOVES: ,
\Iro told that at the leading hotel who .seek new altars and firesides in
the mode However COMMISSION MERCHANTS
char.gu.
in 13ii 'htou there full .*onth America will sail with this may ,
wcro twent'fit ; ) although the of the All lilnitiinl' in n i ml aril. tlniAMp, innnnir. ti
o hundred sleighs; at one time yes- expedition and give personal atten red! haired, triumph but that of NO 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. 'II lie\, can' 1 .. >ldrllt'II'| |i 'in iii\,' | nil of, ,

teiday 'afternoon. The! scene was tion to the interests! of these( and may prove a rim. II. llodukl. Into of ITuintHlton Broth." the} "rnnniM With |l.rtfaC'rlf'' t\ i M 1 (1'1 l 1': I
season! -their glory but ephemeral, Oiltlmorv. l'iriSniirl: l.LBO\\: ei i MIII tiy 1 1.1.1 1 d.)
if i other colonists who havo .
Tho hair-
not !
lively, interesting. precededthem. 1'111111.
O. W. Scott.of IliraofU. W :Scott & Co
still there is no doubt that they will 0111,10'111' \\I.\k-J'\ IIII! it., GI!i IPIina : -
breiadth'siapes'were nuraero'usatidthe t \\ hear that there ht..re.U. .
c are many never descend to their former disgraceful II. Poole.. ot firm of Too e & B.ibtitt B.ilnV."o. clown Pile.) Oiiun" e
speed among the fastest:: on i-ec families, especially in .Missomi, .who ,/ llpiid": Hlrrt Zirc, PI 'H L ml.'fli'H .-
their position. The prejudice of \ rliile.'of firm of 0. \\*. Scott 4 Co., 'flll l lluliu .. : ,
old. The s \111' k .r
business at the hotels in are, turning inquiries 'to the .. Piri'y t1P5Cl'Itlnn
having once been removed, .i', Flu.eelnl Ihllle ,
(ages n shot t nut icl'
the ami of
way uiuiniiig-up liquids was:: means prospects emigration
they have l.been admitted to an equal
Li {hly satisfactory to the proprietors >o Brazil. It is a new and l sad attmitlon \I\eulo thin lain of nil kInd. of
with their
ity inoru favored & sters.- Nct10:1:1S.: :
thereo/flIn) : sleighing times xhere l'supP"sed thing in this landto sec any of its ]But now a word/ advice and warn SOUTHERN PRODUCE \COCDFN

to bo no Sunday::) which once happy and conC'nted'peoplc WARE.
ing ; lot them 'descend 1fcw IItt'p"frllll1 and to thu purchub.Id, Milpniviil of .
Jetms 11LLtit1VARI:
\: are expected to' particularly preparing for'oln1tal'y expatriation. ,
ol.s.I'\.I.:" It ought to bo a solemn the ladder: they have climbedso cibCbold and I'lautation Goods, 'JOVS.(
tri mphantly, lest a !speedy reaction i lilMSTMAOf : nFl1r\TS:
The lama paper: contained i the fuI warning to the statesmen of the. may precipitate them them Wares, Implements, PvPm.1e, ] Crihlli'Ii| nil 1,111.il. (1011 I I Bit'I'Miinii i '

lowing : nation, that there i is something fearfully from." 0. ; .f l liflmp, j III'' < I.a i-ii ge'lsewLele.,

"A popular Sabbath text : '2.40 wrong in the State, when Americans i MACHINERY, & ;r N'v 7 U'fini

and t il over tho dasher." are induced' to fly from .\mel''ca. A cotcmporary : "There is a .. Saddle, HaincES and Cariit o

Meantime we are informed that vi: How short A. time is it since; these man up in our country who always REFERENCES : {:

the previous. Sunday evening "the United States were held by the pays for his newspaper in advance. t.p1u., Currh.r,& Co., Sow 1'ork. E .TAILl! :IiMEI\: T t

i nniortal music of Beethoven's\:\: Fi- "oppressed of all Nations," and lie has never had a sick day in his: 1.llrm L Minnie Gi'o ln Oilllin, M""lgUIUNIa., liu. .0.-
11
dolio boasted of by us, as the in A'n ml, Mnoutr O.i,
: was performed as an oratorio asylum life ; neve had) any cot ns or toothache Un.I .
I1 "nl, Milo n
at the JJobton MUMC J Hall. The word which civil and religionsliberty( ) ; his potatoes never rot ; the ,1 I:,m,!O. \1'hlifluid, Ui'iunpiIl Ala. I liaiejiiM meal 01 liuudr ifiriircl, Cul.dttii, |n t \,1 large n ioM>

"an Cratorio"'wel'o doubtless insertedin were sure to find peace and safety. weevil! never vate his wheat) ; the I 1'.1111:1.Will,..llully.t.t I'iMlU/uiitBtulo. / ,Bank of Florida ,

the advertisement in order to evade Now alas! the native born ,are seeking frost never kills his corn or beans ; '1"',.,.. K. Ilnntbsltun, Pre.. Md. Flio Inn. Com tie"llrmeu''anti. l.nrilit'I !Siiddlrp.Fin.1 : .
>iiul.h mid Sli' ate Ilnr
.
the proy.sions of (still another section these tiling under the shadow( "ofa his babies never cry in the night.llnll p'u'Oat24.if, 1lnllnnoru. ; ..r 4. \ 3i; Itrldlt'i*, Ciitlnrii at d WI.II., des,

of 50 oft the revised! Hiazilian ElDpirl'-Mo.AJter- Fuddle C''> tU.
chapter statutesof his wife never scolds. Our subscribers "sine) 'II.dl1l" of frj d(*.criptIoD

Massachusetts<: which declares that tiser. 1 will xlo well to remember. the PRATORIUS & CLARK, T I'rra, 'IIII'r'enina of, snicliiln nil, kit dt toil. Trnnli

1 no person sliall\ bo present at any above. e.iitdlranii l'iiiiiillxrduure,
diveision. The London> Times, in an article MCRCILAiT: rlII.ons Cllrri": ". 'l'rllllDlh'vo.'
game, sport, play, or public : : \\11111111 i mid BiiL'tj 1111i..,
except concerts of sacred music, upon
the evening of the Lord's day. And ( recruits, in consuq'ncnce.antonti to the name ..ot'a Cameronian TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, ujig)' .\xiII. and Sjirlnjii,

so 'the operatic love-story of"Fidelio" other causes, of the flight" o preacher Scotland" who !hail attained CONSTANTLY ON HAND CAEEIAGIS AND

is styled an oratorio for the occasion. :. America: of the Irish peasantry, who the faculty of preaching in KEEP .1111. n l.niju 1111
.* have hitherto been ready enough to such n tone and dialect as to tm un every' dprortptlnn.,
GENTLEMENSCLOTHINGlALSO \1"1'10111" li 'lu It
\Vo must cherish the great doc- onlist, says'There: is no mincing) lerstood by none but bis own con w,|'k nand'. iourdiTaiidr V. 4 ';.,ring lor with
the matter. Wo cannot find British dI.,paleh]
trine of tho of the law !
supremacy gregation. > .
; \\1? lor & V"u: 'al,1I, .
I1""t'o'
and thu'man who wilfully violates tnhlil"'ffor)the duty to be done. It SEaW'1\G IU"(1I1NlS.: ,

we choose to havo colonies and! dependencies The other the ,J. E I'l ,
till>)law by racing! or,' driving on Snq- day French Imperial Cloths, .""\.n..rp sir 20._If JUlY

diyibr'by" ; going to an opera pei. all\ over the world, anti to Prince, dressed as a corporal of f *. jf
*
formed under the name of an oratorio assert a political influence over moret'Ian grenadiers, might have -been soon in ., ('asslmcrcsiy' 'JTestings \ StlL''i 1IClEXPORT'

must not complain if other: provisions half ff Asia, as well as half of the '\reserved part of the Tnik-ries ,/1 AM

of Jaw 111'0'ioatt'd! by his AfI' l'I1, and hl\lt'nf.' North America gardens: going through hU light infantry IMPORT COMPANY..

nighlowed '. If tho s'atutc.book I is al n >t to sneak of Europe, we m :st aocommod drill with his; comrades.; Time I

to t>o brought into contempt; to oll,' d't'Inot to our po- parade was commanded by a drill Neck Ties
s'tion: but to 'our :own magnificent Iris COMPANY I fi fnvr. nrrnI7.I1..nd, | w.
bIt'a Sunday ili hardly! likeiy; th tib'.jJ1 sergeant. J urn 'J\'part11" make lilen.l adiatices
on
pretensions. Wo roust do as other i -* t
be treated with'1uili .
pet on week-days. And if as re.so empires have 'one' and use one .Ha- The arm of pretty). ,girl: } wound Suspciulcrs.Gentlrmcr's) Cotton and oth) f hredtice
lion to assist us in tight around tho nerkj have been discovered '
controlling
another -
Christiana believe
mal y 'tho ob to be an infallible remedy inra'll' cnn.tyueinoarA, >rl. 'lntc h| .
ut'theLol' day is a law of Godas .fr"'I. Tli-prri.
a-ico .
or throat. It beats eoli.loeof'ortnnnl II" |, .'< fnt.
sorll, | p M
well as of man, what a; "doubleiucasiire pepper Ocnttemra'i K.rme"l" ont end ",'.dolq fa.h- r'nl.r'r. 'adf..rarndt'pku'Cnnou.td'um, '
of is B 'The lat sale tea aH 1 holler. Inimh'e tylf and fipcrinf niyHITc7 80 I 1"132 e"I"" fur p.i d .ii.ii''p (' 'ti a 11 (Of'c',-
responsibility 'incurredby in .
n'pgrnos/ the Hinr I'ullO ? Tt InUHii'll W.111I Itd'ol'rt "II .I) alf|'. .nine In Gold .
Boston Sabbathbr Valley! of Virginia, .n.-.L-'r' U'lV'ia cgntvuirnl' .| 1 IM enrreirv. riiWo
these lIkel'st ,was made by a At one time nt fihl'altar, there was nollcll nrd.r. : '

:\," th' whal (iiel). can thyy, demand gentleman ofStannton: Apl'iliPv nth a great scarcity! of water An Irish AdmluIM'I'u1t'ls $' l olli.e. and' rim H-r.. Ilirmrlelol, fnrii'nd.Oem'1. DIU', tlnl')'f |V"nif-| .Intle't.| Il| >

with: uu-irveherocnce lbo strict: eighteen hundred and'. 8ixn.JvtHo :} ><- officer Miid "(te had -nothing,: to do mnnthArrdate t r""'MI\? promt I' my *e. Slfln1 s.d!Qerw.in or", ro. for l'"tt.' ""*' Li glnl' dI f..PI CI

alty of the law against those) who haves : sold two ncgio cbild'cilt, aged with water; if ho only got hi* tea in SIX tats nf.I I.and. M.VhUe vmrhrrnaa, lo the AdnilnUlratninf honnrable .1nd; "thee of, I 1tICIfABD! F. 'U''fl', Fri" .'Irl.t.'

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