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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 6, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
notis - AKP9173
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System ID: UF00079923:00031
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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H1C .d. 11tekJ1J 1. Bill Arp Addresses: the Lebannon y<,r's advice and pay him for it before P. S.-I forgot to mention that General Orders to Officers of the t: ,:
>3 1 zx'iu Law School :and laves His Own you ,do that. tho Fre dmen'lI H-TO hai'e had me' Freedraen's Bureau.
But'I Frctman-I dident, but because: Mrs. Arp turned oil her .
got up
14 FOBLtSUED EYRRTTaes.llyThursdayan3 Sad Experience.MlLLEDOEVILtE. u VASIIIKOTOX, Feb..23.- !Aj.Gen.
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Marks did. Frctman for talkin
hi] lawyer WAS nurse not baby talk to her
: : Sitnrd.ty: : :, Feb. I860.Mestrt. ft nutmeg skooltencher: who had gone chile. She said that my "wif.t throwed 0. O. Howard' lids prepared the following -

AT, TAU.AIM93BE:; Fr.ORlD.V. C. C. Cummings and others, rdund tnynaborhood: wit his i"koolartiklesi a cheer at her' head. Tho lyin to each circular! of! tho letter Assistant to be transmitted Commis-f- I {;1

... 4 ._ ; and I put down for Troup hussy was there, wearin'Mrs.. Arp'
Committee sioners of the Free'clmen's Bureau
Tcuns': : and Calhoun to go, and intended to collar and isliawl: that she'd stole. I I : .i

:xzr: : .A:1V.A.NOE: : :. O'ENTuMEs-I have rusceved your send seven or eight more if IK- provo pinted them out to the Buro, and WA"R DEPARTMENT, ) '

per ,\nn'Im,:.........................:_..,r. 00 kind invitation to address your law ed himself right. I soon found that left in, (defiant disgust. The'moral Bureau: Frcedmch, Refugees;etc.. > 'I i
'p.irSIx Month..................:......... 4 00Hlnstl skool. In the situation by which I tho nullifier wasent believin in anything of this i is, "to stan your .grown" or Washington,, Feb. 23, 1800. ) ..1
l. (;i1............................... 10 um surrounded if is iirtpossibul for and on inquiry I found that nurse your babies yourself. To Assistant Commissioners. :

- me to go. I wish I could; for would Nutmeg was givin }powerful long recesses B. A. ,DEAR SIR : Anticipating the excitement .

i .JXATCS OF ADVCKTISIXC,. like to tell J on nil know about law, atttl ,was employin his time that will necessarily follow

t to IR run rax it ADTAXCC and it noiililunt; tnku Inc Idng. I'm chiefly in carrying on with a tolera- .' Henry Ward Bccchcr, tho action of the Government; with .1

'Un /flrtt Inmrllim.................. ....;.. $1 00 place. \\ e arc engaged in manut'ak Troup std! he heard the gal squecl ', man you may feel somewhat\ : embarrassed I !
............. .. least expected has! saner the
E/ioh .
whila-
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llb'.qll.nllll..rllull 79Estate turin it by wholesale, after
knowd in the duties
herself: ole: day, and he Friit! trwst noto in favor of civil liberty, devolving} upon! you under .
and L4-gal Sauces to bo ch"rii>dtho
it will be retailed out b.the lawyers:
her. I !oiH tho law and
man was a squeezing; < regulations already
which has f the
M no o. triinilcnt' n'tvprtlMimentii, yet rung to us om
- ejtoopt X'ltfco of Dlmnl'daii, IM Admin to any body that wants it. mind onr boys squuczin of the Yankee Noith. This is one of his best illus- existing. That you may act steadilY
. (Klritnr, for ..hloll the ehnrio shall be.. 13 00 The first law case 1 had I gainedit gals;, but I'll be blitmod if thn trations : and firmly in any emergency!! you
"',IIi Ir\' Xoilue,, And Trlbate of Kwpret I all by nii+eli'by the force tircumstanves. Yankees shall bo squcezin onrn. SoI "Ucmcgiber: that tllO South now is must ho prepared for any increased '
'eh trgod A*advrrtl.emo'ne.THE I bought a man's note that .
got road ahd todk the children in the position of n man who'has a hostility on the part of those who
was given..{or the hire of Digger away; At the end of the term Fret- lawsuit\ about the ownership of certain have so persistently hindered and
SENTINEL boy, L'ik. Findin wouldn't. pay me, sued fUr dollars troubled and as
man: rile eighteen : l lands which ho Relieves belongto you your agents,
K *l o .ho ou'y piper In .Flnrjilu( ,; that I iA, )puMUhrd I sewed him before old quire Me and hired: cheap lawyer to collekt him, and which snit, after being tlii-ru may be an increased restlesnesi! !
three tlino n week,Mi4 Iherrfor,'Afford, ItA*ul>. Oinni', beleevin it "':18 rich n ded it. Before this time 1 had, learn a:1 carried through all this' lower and amongst the Freedmen the President
eerihera, Ibo reiJii-nl mcti'm; of o'jtiiliilm the la that the devil hisself couldn't
thing some scriso itbdlit ilaHCrl so I hired intermediate ; is docided has! assured the commissioners that ;
I point finally
toet'new by telegraph, and m'it a, mid full reepnr1A .' out of a verdictThe Cdlet"s cd continuing t
me lit law
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keep a good one, and sp t my pricket him court of last regards }present as
IIf tie No't".II' nil. Southern Mnrhem.It against by'thn appeal -
attorney pled falur of consider- book down before him, and told! liilu In such what further the existence" of the Bureau atleast
will nl.! >gtvo f II raponof the prnceellngif a case*
ashen, and non !,t/aktvm and ignis to take what would satisfy him. And I i a year from. no1'lca e let
Hi"i f. ' s'tecri'wre lit the lo iroit 1rtnq rat*.. fatuis, and infancy, and that the nig- he tuk. Old Phil D.tvis was the him than tllilt he shall be' willing to me know what steps have been takenin I

gvr's/ name wasnt Dik but /,iclLard. jestice. Marks madu the open speechto obey the law ? Does it require of yoiir. district by,the State and municipal -

JOB PICI\TIG.tn fhe old squire wasapoweiful'secci-li\ the effek that every professional him that, believing in the justilG of authorities to provide for the
und! hated the Vauks amazin. So, man ought to be abl to illustrate: ; absolutely indigent 1 and suffering refugees
emiexlnt, hs claim and for it
with thn Sentinel, wo hare n mi* having argued
after Uie lawyer had got through his his trade and hu therefore and freedmen who have beer, .
proposedto
purls "''II I varied arfmirtmont of new Jobbing wilh all his mind and S strength, he .
M iiorl.%lt nut nro prepared to cxrc'ite every dp* spend), and finished up his readin put Mr. Fretman: on the stand and shall upon decision being 'given and aro being thrown upon the general I
crlptl'Vi( of word In tint) line with no-it IIPM find trojn, a book called! "Greenleaf," I spell him. This motion were font against him, to the Judge government for suppoit. Con; ,
"dnnniteh. Ainu on html n /Ann nmortmont of rose forward to an nttitoo am (
peifoctly
Ink f.irt printing In cnlnrn. Order hy mall nrflX'trot in forth my arm, ses I, "Squire Nlc- Phil's notions of "hf h jestioe," I&ndia's say good homes for orphan minors who
; don'towti
and I
: will rreelrn )prompt "!tonllnn. Our prl.e. I* that I was wro ginuis I would ask, sur, if this are a lie ")II'. Fretman will }haveto : art dependent, and to reduce by
>* 'ifrt tin low 11 the I'r..nl high Vnst of Block you that l landJ?:, Does lt. require i
m itirHftt! I I.t to* and llvlntc will Admit jf, And mebtil time in the history: of our atllhcktedcountry spell sur." Mark then swore him, I that he should immediately changehis means of employment officers and accumulations J
<> the I licrot-ietl ritei which rule in otherlines when Federal law books huM that he tonic! give, true evidence in opinion ? :Not at all. :Nothingmore of people in the different i

of busiuee.. be admitted in a Southern patriot'scourt this case, and that he would: spell is required than that ho sh .11 cities and villages, aiding the unora J
-.. - Dsu'l'eb ter's pIcsy to
-------,-- every word! in ( -> spelling say, 'I don't think it U right* but I
& Dc pi\1nnt f11 Uttls.I from their fowl dominashnn! Don'tour book correktly to the best of his shall obey the law: Now, the South You have succeeded in allay nglitrif.,,

: flag wave over Fort Sumter, and! knowledge and belief, so help him, believed! in IIcce sinn. The works of arranging labor and education, in the,

what Bur bave we got to doo with &c. I saw then that lie were trem- Calhoun were taught in her college*, midst of great difficulties. Continue!
.. Northern laws On the very first all like cold wet I' with utmost efforts, to produce .
A J, PEELER, blin over a dog.I and generations! of young men were your :'iI
page of the gentleman's book I seed I Says Mark, .1 lr. Freemanpell: brought in that faith.Vcll, the !same course, soas to demonstrateto

ATTORNEY AT'LAW, the naine of the city of Boating.' Yis, tisik ;" well he spelt it,.putting in a they went up to war: in vindication ofthat the people of your districts the

TALLMlASfEF, FLuRIKA. ui\ i it was written in Bostfng, published I ph :and a th :and a gh :and a zh an1 l I doctrine, and what has tho war good intentions of the Government

Office up St&... over the State Dink.Dnr iu Boating, $nd sold in JJost- d'ou'tkno\V what :i1:, and I thought dune? It has settled them facts. It and the complete practicability of the
till 10 huurt from 9 A. in. to 1 p. m., And ,' ing, where they know no more about he was gone up the! first pop, but has settled that whether they believe system of free labor. Give a thftrongh
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flu"'Iut.u :2 In. r'r'5 p. -/II.I BinEDWIN, the hire of a nigger than an ox knows .Mark said: it was right. Ho then in secession or not, thy shall not inspection to every agent for whom

-- tho man who will tan his hide. I spelt him right straight' along on all : secede. You 'ask them if they will you are responsible. Immoralities
.
A. HART, sed some more things that w A pint. sorts of big words, and little words, come back and obey the laws. They corruption neglect of duty and in4\ .

ed and p.\triotik, and clo el'my ar- and afterword: and he knowed em 'Yes but wo still believe in the pacity aro sometimes complained'of\
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ATTORNEY AT LAW handin the book to the say officers and! of the liureau. -
givment by all, till finally Marks IR. "Now sur, doctrine.: Now are yon going to agairst; : : agents
quirc. lie put on his opektaklc, spell Ompjmpynusuk" Fretman k them out untilHbey don't believe If either of theso charges be
FL.1.j "
MADISON ep
and after looking at the book abouta drawd a long broth and sed it waent J"Pr.vcE sustained, on investigation, tho guilty

",\Y ILL..ludlolitK'Irenlt.Fubrmrv pnieMop: \In, .tliu Court of the Middle ininit sen he, : in the book. Marks proved it was ---- party will be removed, whether he

IS, 1909. 47-T "Mr. .\rp, you can have judgment, by an old 1 preacher who was settin nr ALL MEANS: -We are can be replaced or not.
and I Hope: that from henceforth and by ann old Phil spoke up with power to read such articles as the subjoined Thanking you heartily for tho ensorgy

W. H WHITtfER, for ever, no lawyer will persoom to ses, ".fr. Fretman you must spellit glad in the semi-official organ : and fidelity you have thus. fa&displayed \:
before this honorable with the Commissioner is pleated '
court -
ATTORNEY AT 4,AW come sur. Fretman was a swettin likea \Vo are glad to hear that the'able I
pisen dokumcnts to prove his case. run down filly. He tuk. ono pass at soldier Gen. \V eitlioJ, who has just to express 'an unwavoring .confidence -
MADISON, FLORIDA. If he do, this court will take it as ,a it and missed. % relieved from duty on the Mexican in your ability to'cope with
r14', PRAOTIOK IM TUB COUKT3 OF insult and send him to jail..!' been difficulties that arise.
down any may
WIF.L Mi.lillH Circi,. t. "jYoit() can come sur, saysMarks frontier,does not consider the
I Iiouk upon this case as a warninto lost And I aro, very respectfully, your obedient .
.)03 23. 1$?5-lf yoti ve your case watered by the Rio Grande \
country
.-_-_ all folks who gamble in law, to shore coati, old I'hil, give a verdik worth going to war about. On this servant, .
and Publishers. hold! :t good hand and play it well.-' nginst him like a darn. poirit in perfect accord with 0. 0-: HOWARD
To Printers wo are
High! justice\: and patriotism are win Marks was a whale in his way.-. Gen. Weilzcl.: In fact there are but Major General Commanding.
--: ;- nin trumps. At that same court he was aboutto few in this mundane sphere '
things
fleeing dirge lot of surplus After this I had 'a difficulty with a nonsuit a doktor bekaus: ho dident worth going to war about. One of SST Gen.'Robert E. Lee passed

PRINTING MATERIALS. man by the name of Kohen, and I have his diplomy- and the doktor these things was at stake in our late through this city yesterday mornirg i ..
thought I ,wouldent go to law, but beg'd the court for time to go home national contest. But when, in view on his return Lexington.. Hfcprer
I offer formic, Foil CASJ, the following aril. would arbytrate. I had bought Tom after iV. He rode seven miles and of that contest we consider what war caution in avoiding an exhibition

clue AtManufacturers' Swillins wheat at a dollar! a bushel if back as hard as lie could lick it, and is-when we reflect upon its fearful himself whilst ashington and the I
OnrhalC Prices. he couldent do any better and if he when he hinded it over to Marks losses and the woes it leaves behind extremely modest demeanor that: I I

1 One VSIIIS'UTO.V QANDPItESdsize: No. I could do better' ho was to cum back very triuintantly, Marks ses, "Now it'-we shall not talk of it lightly, nor everywhere characterized him are "

One 3 XVAdlliyOL'OV, in gn; >d order llAND ritEdS.tlic No. and give me the preference. The skamp stir|you will take the stand and translate be willing to plunge into it for any what was expected by alf acquainted

250 lh 2,.In. R oxoKiloiu It E V' !tat.ordur. went off and sold the wheat to Koben this 'Latin into English, so that cause but the: isjht. Were some : in the )feast wit'i his character. On

25011)ISO\ I'lUMKR. for dollar and five cents, and Kohen the court may und tand it.Vell, men's views of affairs followed up, we Sunday he was atChurch and. chose
Will.: .. *S 1011) .\L'TVI'E.iWfoii riUA.Ijf.int knowd all about his contrakt with he jest caved, for he couldent do it. might have half a dozen wars on our retired scat, the last onen the

-. DISI'L ,V 'IYPE. : me. Me and him liko to have fit, He lost his case in tw*> minets, tor hands at this moment, with.as many house. He entered so quictlv' that t

CtIASE.trilIBS b I'UIltS.. Aiidlii! ,fuel RULES",'ur)thing LEATSFUR.,neco-miry and perhaps would if I hadent been th'u old squire said that a doktor who nations ot'tho world; and before they but few knew ho was present.! Ho .
In fettlnu\ nut" it paper twice the size of the puny ; but we finally leftit'all to 'couldeilt.reall his diplomey had no were wound wo should probably sat for one or two pictured Bradv'n
tftmtlnei. up
)1f f W. A. BtfOBER, Josh Billing to arbytrate. Old Josh more right to praktis than a' magistrate have. equally good causes: for ut'least gallery, and whilst there purchased a
Pmprli-tur Flnrldn Sentinel. deliberated on tho thing for three who couldent r,'ad the license u dozen more.-W. 3" Times. number, including those of Grant

7 P. B. BROKAW'S days and nights: and finally brot in he had to 'jine' two couple: together -. tOn Mcado and Lincoln.Alexandria.

an award that Kohen ehcMld have the This i is a" warnin''to all perfessional! tire edge of a small river in Gazette. ,

LIVERY AND SALE ....wheat and L should have the prefer; mull"to\understand their bisness, and tho county of Gavin, Irolan I, there is .. .

ence. I hainf submitted! nO'moreca- the moral of the case' is. that a man a stone with the following inscription: Tho Congress 01' the United States

t ses to arbitration since.'and, my advice oiightehtirto' boi sqileezin the gals ";T. B. When this stono is out of has with the exception of ono thing,
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Stables, !!6L to all peepul is to arbytrate nuth'in there whet anybody, can see him. But Idont' sight,".it'!is-not. safe to ford the river' exhausted: human! tngonuity in behalfof
if is
your case I honest tor want it 'under tood that I'm 'colored brothers and a:,tofli."
ain't no judge there to keep. ono man again: 'it Oil proper okkasions and in Why k a bridegroom at the altar The our exception to which wo refer i i.8.

TALLAHASSEE, FtA. from trikin tho other. An, honest a tendertiuanncr.l There ain't no like a sailor I Becauso he'li'a roarrin that each darkey should be supplied
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man: don't.stand tio chance nowhere lit ncce8sar3': her.
aque
ALSOCiailVGES
by the Government with a banjo and
exscppto in a court house with n good But' I must'closo this brief epistle. and Fiddler's Bureau should
DUGfilRS, WAGONS Two lunatics met in an Asylum in fiddle \
to back him -Tho motto of > .
lawyer ; I, 71"... -
Yours tnawied and }bo established to 8upph..tnem with
truly loved courted
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England ;
AND UAR.NESS Fort SALE this case is, nevto, arbitrate puthip -
% felino intestines.r. .
.' .. BILL ARP- became san< :
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ti.fttkIty tutittc1. op Hosj; A. II. STEPIISSS.-'.'War- ; We are clad I to learn that: charters have WASIIMOTOS, Fpt 26.-The tilalof BODTHKH-X KAtL ROil fE'S- ,

Ie wick)".the :Washington( correspondent,: ot bu(granted; by the States: of Kentuckyand Major John H. Gee, formerly Confederate N. NEw YORK; Feb: ZJ.

--- Thin Maeoa.Telegraph, writing under date I' Tennessee incorporating the Sot h.cm Commander Of the Salisbury prison 21st,inst. The a tnts o'f the"Post Ounce lately ad-
..l.ASCASSKJC: : s C., was begun in Kalelgli on the verMsedthe letting of over TOO routes In
,, ,of tho 28th ult., says :1( I : Telegraph! :Company, and that thecompany The substance of the charges and specifications the States Mississippi, Louisiana Ar. V
0 1866.:
TUESDAY, MARCH Two documents have jut made theirappearance : is organized under the, controlof in as follows : The first chargeis : kansas Alabama and Georirft Only,148were : '
'y---.- '" bere which will produce a a violation of the laws and customs of 'f;
i business let and on 618 the pPO'pleare still 'I
energetic and practical I
men
o'I The.Seatttict.SIr. profound sensation at the North. One of war., The first specification sets forth at
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for facilities! either
/ oflpostal ), because .
-Agouti. them is the address! of Al'!x': II. Stephens in whom ,the public can )have confidence. length the official position W Gee'as; a destitute and. w-11

D.:H. WILSON, at Quincy.) before the Georgia Legislature; and the The company propose to construct fir f. Major'in !the rebel army, and in charge the the United Railroads States mails stages, or because not

". 'MtCTnoiiAS JENKINS, at Madison.i. other is a letter of Oo\\ Pciry, of South class lines of telegraph:; from Louisville to of the prison at Salisbury, wheie tn they carry can't. on account of the test oalh..
Messrs.DBBW & OAKLET Jacksonville.! Carolina, on the present relation .'If I hat thousand I piisoneis.weie ,confined who
Dennison refuses to allow
New Orleans, via Nashville, Memphis, and he Secretary any
State towards the national joveimnent. were entitled to gond treatment, but
Col. D. J: TA\"LoRaL Fernandina.Y of.tbpse'doeuments will be' lepsb- to all the important: cities and towns ofthe left them in a condition of extreme want contractor postmaster: or mall first messengerto ( 1

lIf.J. F. C.' BARRETT, at Gainesville.! lished in many of the !leading journals of Soutli and Southwest. The following and suffering, and did wilfully and main handle' the oath.RfBKQRIPTtOXS mails. willmut having
the
:r.fr.C: E.,; Joassojf, at Monlicello the North, nnd coming thus under theno gent linen constitute the Board of Offlcois oiously, and violation of tho' laws :of taken r
Mr. \Vl: L. STltO>tAN at CeI tl'evi11e. tico,of tliffgieat mass- of the intelligentpeople cl'ili! O warfare, fail to'provide them : TO A NEW EXPRESS COMs '
of the Not them States, they cannot as organized : with shelter, food,clothing fuel or medical l PAST. .
Mr. Jour A, GRCDB' at Gar -
Savannah) fail of having con idel able influenceoil DIITLCTOnS. attention.' This caused deaths to the ST. Lonts, Feb. 27.-Neaily five hundred
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-- the publ: opinion. 'The representations J. T. Boyle, Louisville.S. "Pt' number of about 1,200 a mouth from disease thousand t dollars bean subsci'ib- ,

Notlce.-During tlio absence I of the tinder.hued and viewsof these "two eminent S. Greiaer, Louisville. frt, starvation and exposure, for which elL here within a few days to, the stock

the, businetii of tho Sentinel Office will Southern statesmen will, of course, haveno Wni. R[. DeGrove, Louisville. wrongs Gee is accountable of the i new Met'chant's Union Express I

be conducted by Mr. J"* M. Dory, Editor! lu effect upon the Radicals in ConcresR. JI. C. Shivell, Louisville,,' The second specification sets forth that Com pan)'.-. John Howe has-been appointed -
charge. But every day makes it more evident that F. M, Speed, Lou b viiiI'. SW. while the prisoners: at Salihbniy) here local director. *
there are a considerable number of gentlcuion R, starving, sick and dying, and sundry citi- '
AVM. .'t". SllOI3ER.Tallabaesee Comellu9, Na bri11I'. TUB PRTSIDEsf AD( ,THE TEST; OATH.
in both Houses of Congress, Who zeds offered to relieve to some daciee I
A. B. !Reading, New Orleans.J. .
Fob 10, 1S80. were elected ; rather their Gee did an.lln violation WASHISOTOX, .Fpb. :27.:! :-Several Gentlemen
._, as Republicans or as T. Doyle, President ;f Win. M. Da- wants, cowardly, '
_. -,- Union but uho'uill' noon future ofcnilizedaifaie from New York had nn Intl'l'virw
men, actor Grove, Secretary R. A Watts Treasu of the rules ,
,
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tcnewodoblijations vote with the Union in said citizens with the President! last t night. He reiterated J
j WWe; are placed under self.styll'd mm rer. prevent from exercising:
to Mr. i DONALD CUIERONur, Congress, who have been truly denounced or. deeds of charity and kindne 'his views on national subjects as already -
by the President as'actual dismionists, Probnl Loss of 1'BirccTho lTLcit The second charge is murder' in viola published. When !asked if IIP approved
efficient! and obliging Postmaster,, for and who are represented by such men,as tion of the i uh's of war, The (list specfiration !- of tlie.Congross'ional] lest oath,
sate New York papers' Stevens and Stunner Savannah: IIel'ahl.of the 1st inst, sets forth that when there was a the President replied that he thought it

..0 The New York Times, in commenting states that three men, Joax XOSTRAND slight disturbance in Ihe prison, causedby too severe, and gave his opinion that the .
re men who could take oath to support the
:
kif" Parties conce'rned (' to" upon[ Mi', STL PRENS' speech[ ; says-, Ills stepsonhose name The Herald did starvation prisoners, in participated which only ,a Gee small, in miniher rio, Constitution should be .idmitlecl to seatsin

the advertisements', respectively, of S, f It is important that Mr. StfpheW. not learn) and a negro man, left Vet non- lation of the laws) of cll'i1izedl'Rl'fal'I', ordeipd Congress, but added. that he would not

AiESiNDEB SMITH and 'J.. T. 1I0LLEY speech should be read in every 'quartet1 burg, eight miles below Savannah, on the entire )prison gun'd 10 fire up- quart) with Congress on that point. ,

MAS;.AdinlnJslialois.JCtlAX throughout the North. It is time"that the Tuesday of lts'el'k, for the purpose of on the mass of prisoners iiidixciimiiiately, Good authority assorts that the President -
.\ ei u of good feeling should Opr'1 Hero i time and Hither otdeied two pieces of artillery will in a' few days issue a )peacepro-
oysteiing and u\hing since which .
: ,
ai least, is a fair occasion for beginning/ I : one leaded with'8CI'np iron and ono climatlon.Tlieie .
nnTo 's BOOT AND SUOI Es- anew a friendly interchange of sentiment : they have not been heard fiom., loaded with (shellto, be (fled: upon the I is ,no doubt that Secretary Stan-

.T.iDLISnD1ENT.--We'ta1e great ''pleasure -fiee I'ltll'elyfl'om'pllrly narrowness or On Tuesday last two boots were found mass of prisoners by which ten, who ton's resignation is' in the hands' of the

nn lemoning"out !readers! and citizens geu- partisan ,'maliguity. The: country 'd"- Bradley Cieek.on the east end of Oaiqtw wee steeping III their tents, and many President. .
mands that instead of Correspondence between A.
exhausting nieasuies others, were wounded aid some died of ; Henry
,
'erally, to the advertisement ,,in another fOI"the perpetuation! of sectional hatreds Sound; answering to tho descitytion\ their wounds. Wisp and Feiimndo-Wood' is publisVod! -

column; ,' of this establishment.: Mr. B. 'I;' there shall be occasions made, If of the boats in their possession. The HIP second specification sets forth thdt The former risking for political infoima-

said to have one.of the largest and finest they do not otherwise arise, for applying Sound is rough at' best of times, but at Gee did maliciously I order a !guard to iiie tion and the latter replyinthat the present
the influence of kind words and is interregnum, to be followed by such
temperate[ at and kill Lieutenant John Dana, of the ,
stocks In the that time it
city. particular was exceedingly; so,
\ counsel. The grand demonstration of 135th:;! New Yoik. measiiips as will adapt the fundamental
Thuisday must in this respect produce a and the supposition is that theymay have The third, fourth, fifth, Sixth, and seventh form uf government; to the new order of

Dr. Realc'sl'auornutti. most heahBy influence And that,,influence tried to cross it, and having a load of oysters specifications set forth respectively! things. "
we venture to think, will be greatly] the killing of acting NEW YORK, Feb. 26.-Secrptai.yvSe.wnid -
on board took in water freely! and piisoneis by guards
Dr. BEALE'S first exhibition in, this city; i strengthened' and stimulated by this appeal under,Gep's oideis. who had not desired to leave the city

last evening, was attended by a large and I Ilapprrciative from the .fotemost.public man of the soon sunk. The Military'' Commission i is composedof until next Wednesday, yesterday received -
South. --,.. .... a telegram: which caused him to leave
audience, .laige proportion Col. W. W. Wheeler, 28lh:! Michigan: Infantry -
--- Gen. Ga' nt's Speeches. President Bvt. Lieut. Col.] John fur Washington at once.
of which ,
was composed of the gentler sex.: ,
:
BOPKD OVEB.
-The Columbus Sun NEW YORK, Feb. 2<\ Bishop Lynch
W. Hamilton, U. S. A.; Liens It. K. Miler ,
Judging from the :great: Dumber of smil- says that W. II. MC)(EABY; 11rJel'II'l'nt: an At the Union Club looms in New York 18th Indiana Infantry, Bvt. Major U.Myiick of'South Carolina, preached in Si. 1'at-

ing faces present, we Lave no doubt they examination before justices' ; BROOKS and city, where Gen. GRANT was dined on the U. f1. A.,' Bvt. M.II| P. U. Conner rick Cathedral yesterday, appealing f.n-m ',

tveio well pleased with the entertainmentas ) BIUN.VO.Y, for shooting an old negro man 22d of February, they managed to get U.. S. ,\., Captain John Cailm I28lh charity! that chinches may be, I'fhnilr.
and for a spiiil of kindness and
for ourselves out of him the following I, Indiana Infantry, Capt. Dwight; Frazier pacification
tea wet e. We were named PRIMUS : :
on Wednesday of last l'2Sth Indiana Infantry, Maj. Francis B. towards the South
acquainted with the Doctor 'before the week, In thao city, and was bound over in "Gentleman you will please accept) mv Walcolt, Judge,Advocate. D IMIoIland The Gl.h'l'.tnlCivillnn thinks that under

war," and know him to be a :gentleman:/ of the sum of 51,000 to answer the charge: thanks for the hig'! compliment which of Floiidi, loimei'ly Attorney General the most favorable combination of
untiring! energy in the accomplishment before your president, on yr ur behalf, has paid thai. State nnd John Wil\,)er, of Massy circumstances, the crop of C'llon this
the
Superior Court at its next here to-night. (Applause
'of me ) acting as counsel for .the defense. The year in all the South will not exceed a
anything: which is calculated pleasehis leim. Both the Justices ac. i the District At night the Gl'uelnlas serenaded, witnesses for the prosecution number million of bales.

I l auditory. The splendid music on the Attorney: Mr. P ABour, stated thAt tied the party succeeded in extracting the about thirty Union soldiers, who General Joseph E. Wheeler, late of Ion

oc ih\on\ (discoursed at interval* doting as far as lay in their Mower they were de- following:; in response to their enthusiasticcalls were confined aiSahsbniy, two war correspondents rebel aimj'i, hire taken unto hinislf ,i
help meet-:Miss Ellen: Jones of Laurence
the exhibition) is worth, i i itself, more !mined to stop the recklessness! of a few for a speech : i also captives, several Confederate county Alabama. -
1'hE'Yl'el'e -
officers of the mililaiy garrison utartied
I ,
than the of admission.The .
... price individuals, who by their bad conduct involve "', Gentlemen : I thanV you hear'tily' for and a number of citizens ofllut town",. I on the ISA inst.

Doctor proposes, for tho benefit of a whole community in trouble, and the excellent music.: I hope to see your A large number of ni,nesses are present General Joe Johnson employs about'

children,whose patents do not wish to that el'l.'r'act of this kind: should as far faces in daylight. Owing to the latenessof for the drfen t', Great interest is five handled of his ]late Confedeiate sol-
take them out at night: to give a Mali the hour I will now bid you all good felt in I lie tii.il. The friends of :Maj. Gee dieis in the repair! of the Orange and Al-
as they were ablo to eiTher it be exandiia
I tigor- Railrnad.
Aa they bream !l.i-
night. claim that he I is not responsible fur hi* +
nee, on Wednesday afternoon, commeuciicg __ ....__ miliar
otibly punished official conduct. They plead that by lice with the pick and spade; in the enliei.climenlK I

:; at half past two o'clock. -0- ALEXSSDER: H. SrF.rnEss.-The St. terms of capitulation agreed, apse by they 11'01'1'I Mi knowledge,

Parents should avail themselves of the TUB TREASURY Aoescirs DISctJSTlS- Louis Di-patch thinks the presence of Sherman and Johnson, and the parolegrr and! ore glad to olola 'l a living this way.
'nted the officeis and soldiers who General Sheridan has pioliiliited! a war'ty :
opportunity\ thus affuded their childrenof to :
t JED.-The Macon Telegraph has seen an Alexander II, Stephen at Washington stiueudeied under Gen. Johnson, that Southerners! from embarking ai New

witnessing these great paintings. "S\\ order from the Secrctaiy of the Treasury. and his pailicipfttions in the deliberationsof the United !Stales: by its accredited Orleans! fr Mexico, on the !ground: that

agara by, M( onligh ," is one of the grand- continiiing all Treasury Agl'lIcies.iathe the Senate, would materially improvethe agents, pledged its faith that these ofli- the policy of the government was to prevent

est things of the kind wo ever witnessed. I Southern States, ordering the Agents:; character of its proceedings:;; and be a ceis and soldiers shall not be molested so I the South any nlli.tncn and: the between the people. of
Dr. BCALK gives only three long as they comply! with the terms oftheir Imperialists
root enteitaimuenls to suspend all proceedings with regardto benefit to the national legislation : ---- -,


would advise those who desire to see his hands to theDepartment forthwith.: This a rebel, and \'ic-Presldeut of'the late by the Suprcane Court ot (lieUnited
paintings, if t1ll'1I ibh to obtain good rebel Confederacy ; but he was an insurgent fig' Some curiosity was excited in .
will be good news to our people; general against:; his' will and against his con this community, on Tuesday last., by the Stal.: .
scats, to go early. ly, and especially} to that large class who victions. He I is'again a citizen of the crowding to town of fiom, three to live The following valuable inclination i is.

We copy from The Mobile Register: and have buffeted and are still buffeting under United Slates, and one "f its ablest and bun 1t'ed fieedmen and fieedwomen, and contained The New York Heiald'd correspondence -
Advertiser the following notice of this most honorable citizens at that HP) I is an collecting at the hc.uliiitarteis\ ot the Sti-
the action of the Treasury Agents mo.tof froth Washington
City :
giVm work of art experiened and capable legislator, pos-v'! pplinifndiMit of the Fieedmeus'luiet.u.Upon ( .
: whom, .we presume, have conformed messing a knowledge of our history, our inquiry I it was ceitained, that An important decision wns rendered In
ODD'r1lCLQWS' UUL.-The exhibition: strictly ,to their instructions. There ate :institution and our economy that few trusting to reports[ that had been ciicula. the Supreme Commit, some ten days since,
alt Odd 1'flloWb' Hall is tiuly one of the cither North South ted the tit the eflecl beating upon the status of the rebellious
no such agencies in existence now, and men', or possess. tinougiiout: county,
,; very lest that.lias ever visited our city. --.... .... that they would now obtain'their lights," States, which seems to have been entirely
The piogramnies replete variety, and the public will bear it in mind. overlooked by the respondents here.
W We learn from The -MontgomeryAd tbp'y had come to get them. Major Hudson
offers more attraction than performance --.. It is, however, a significant straw indicating ..
any \ Mtisei' of Thursday, that the GrandJury Snppiiniendeiil ot the Bneeau, aftera -
given in 'this place for many years SCPDES:: DEATH.-We learn from The has failed:! to find 'a line biU l against patient investigation, for a few houis, the correctness of thePiesiilent'H position -

We entertainment attended last, night. and enjoyed the Savannah Herald that on the,2Sth::! ult., Mrs. Clapp, there not being sufficient'evidence of the complaints made, finding them lube mid ihe'follyof the action of the
1 r heartily. The paintings are before them to convict. She has' 1 almost unanimously, of a frivolous party In'Cons'ess' : which is now engaged:
elegant: and represent many beautiful Mr. Julius Cercopuly, a printer by profession beei) released] from confinement.The character, dismissed the crowd, with a 1 in foHeiing and'cnrl'yib out an eileiir.

scenes and historical incidents. The vocal was taken suddenly ill in the trial of Berry, before the military few practical admonitions, which' doubt hire revolution, more dangerous: lo the

, and Instrumt"Otal'music is feature street, in that city, and expired in a short court, is still progres If1 The less had a good effect, ,1ny more demon country .than the late i 'bp1linn.
of itself worth double the price of adniisMOD. lime after being .removed to his father's ser contains over two columns Advl'rti-I btiaiious of this character will have a The point raised was whether the Su-.
This novel''exhibiiiin
will lenuin mony in the case, all of which tendency to destiov the present confl-' prerae Court would take up those c.nts
in our.city next week-au we earnestly I residence. He had been sick for sometime I ly against the prisoner.-Coluinbui SI"' deuce in the free labor system, and injure from the Southern! States which have ,
nll"ise'our citizens to attend and take the I bat during the last few days of his -, the planting interests to a serious ex been set one ida drilling the rebellion.

"little. folks." It is full of interest, and life.had set type In The Republican office. A DIVIS'IOS: OF .SESTIMEST.-The N. tent. The Stiprema Court rf the United States

no lc.4 entertaining than instructive. The : and rather late at Y. Times says, theie are four persons, ac- r. cannot originate canes itself! but acts upon
young IsJies: are excellent vocal lets,.aud working night, together corfling; to the latest census, who' disapprove I EXTRAORDINARY ADMISSION OF A Us the decisions of the courts, below it,
the instrumental music is fine. They arewohy with.leis tecentffcickness, is supposedto the recent speech of President and confti ins or i ejects those deciees. In

\ of a liberal patronage, and we I Lave caused bis, sudden demise, He Johnson. They are Charles Sunnier, PUBLICAN SENATOR A currespondant of thus deciding!: questions appealed, the decision

hope they will be greeted with crowded left the office at six o'clock, and on. his Thaddeus Stevens, Wendell Phillips and The Macon Telegraph, thus writes from whatever It may be, is sent to the

,houses every night next week. Louie attacked with the 'dead duck" Col. FOI1lI') The rest Washington : 'court from which an appeal was taken.
..! -. '" -. j I i way was an apoplectic of the people find the sentiments of that -During the attempt in the Senate, on This) I h the only way that the decrees of

Price; TO BB' PnoCLAUI!> ).-The 1 fit and fl'Uln the street.. speech eminently patriotic and in accord the 20thj; to post the Freeduien's Btu eau the SupiemeCouit are made applicable
World's\ Washington ance with tbe principles: of constitutional bill over the Piesident's veto, Senator lo other words, Ihe court' below U '1011.fle -
correspondent has '
REPUBLICANRYOLT AGAINST STBVESS. liberty. Tiui.ibull of Illinois, made the follow whether its decisions ate sustained
*
it from good authority that the Presidentwill .. : or overruled, and that court officially ,
----- -- -' exiraordiuofy admission. He was replying no
The
In a few days issue an official proclamation Washington correspondentof $j/ A Washingtoa letter to the New to that argument of the' Piesldent tides the parties in intel eat, and shapes
The New York World
there its
says area own course thereafter
that has been / established York the Clerk which the unconstitutionality of accordingly.
peace firmly I Cxpresa says that when proves .
{ at the South. The States will large; number Republicans who are of the Senate finished leading the veto legislating :for States uniepiesented in Now, while the rebellion was In existence
them
dissatisfied with THAD. STEVENS as a leader message it was loudly applauded by the Congiess.sWhy;!? Mr. Pjeaident/ ," ho were no United States courts held
then be left theinsc-lves in the Southern
to under States and
govern white galleries and lined said, "if Congress -cannot pass' this bill, therefore no
; and ''who hive expressed a ti willingness by; the pegroes
for the
the Constitution of the tnlted'States of 'uncullstiLut onal place Supreme Court to send its
The Presideut of the Senate Ordered:the for lue want power,
.
dud the State and local laws, without military to try aqd fee !V some plan of adjustment mhitt galleries to', be cteaied.Mjut* the then all the legislation! : fur those States: decrees of confirmation! ..or: rejection on

interference 'in relation totheIfreedmen's cannot be arrah ed. Tbey do'not like I blacks were not molested.* The negro" haw whloli his been !passed here, is unconstitutional. those cases initiating in courts there.-
except the looks of things, And their anathemasare I become a privileged character about tlta'halls .'"' He Has unquestionably] ..light. All the suits awaiting action on the calendar

Bureau. ThisUustitution! loud noel deep against the men who of.Congress. .; ,,- L ) I tWill a most damaging admission for a froth the late rebellious Slates were>,
will continue one year after the date "of Republican Senator to make, aud It wilt at an early stage of the war, bet ono
..
have led them. Z r'I, tide for the time
the forthcoming Proclamation. wt ,do to lay anay.aiM keep. 5 being, or' until the United
0' c&rWe learn from'Tbe1 Qllltmati)nanJ States District and Circuit Courts
--
of that it is -a' line ; could again; resume their duties, enabling
,. -Chnl'les Carter Lee,brother General ner proposed to place of
;ItU i a sublime spectacle to sees man 'w'Abqul 20,000'colored droops from the Supreme Court to eufoice its decrees '
the ,
I R, E. Lee, lectured In the ball of ille coaches: tin town the Department of Texas, are, to arrive and for the additional reason that

like.Alexander% II. .Stephens,just returned, House; of Delegates, Richmond, ,Monday and, Madisun, route1betweenththat: shortly at City Point, to, 1 be paid oft'and interested did not appear on fithcr parties side

frt\>? Jl;fist onfudsof. ; a Northern prison n got of las'wo>ek'--,. -.u. mustered out of Berrlce." A number of ...... .
\\ se tl 1 health and In means, exhor tiueiis'couumeu ," I ''II! r g3f On Ohristojas da jbe inercury vessels hftvp", already ,, and active Tiu'NOaTH CABOIISA! LEGISLATURE.-:

toltatk'nee quti':'chlisi auforbeat 1 "11"-- : marked olio hundred aoJlTbix degrees'inBanos i iI preparations are going on with a view to -The House defeated the Seuate bill to
Unslied, the. orders disbaiulie i these authorize the
carryj utr! ", : banks of that State 'to>> iu- .
once.
that fall. I Ayres, South America iC f
troops. : :, est their funds in a National ISauk.. ; t

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,.' wTaa VEI\N'S\ BPEKcn. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1IAV}. NOW IN-STORE- ,-
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t CONGRESSIONAL. Queen Victoria, opened Parliament In ... "f.

; WASBISOTOS, March 2.-The House person on the 6th.! TTe speech was read .,' .-

"I P' discussed the Civil Rights bill throughout by the Lord Chancellor. ANOTHER 'CArtooA.RRIVED LARGEST STOCK, The Largest, arid'QaudsomestASSORTMENT,,

(t. the day, and finally )postponed Its fur- Jlty Lords and Gtntlemtn :-II Is with ., *. ,

ther consideration until Tuesday. great; 'satisfaction that I hare recourse to. .
The Senate passed the concurrent resolution your assistance and advice. In the State of Georgia. OF

relative to the admission of the I have recently declared by consent toa .i.ir I
1 .
I Southern Slates to Congress, oy a vote of marriage between my daughter Princess --- -----.--. -. .

"9 yeas to 18 nays.WAsniNarox Helena and Prince Christian of DRY
GOODSEVER
March 1. The Senate Schelswlg Holstein Sunderbourrj-Angui- \HIJGS, MEDICINES Chemicals,
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ni ,
Medicines find X'crtumoiies.Trusses
Patent
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to-day, discussed iho House resolution ten b'II'g. I trust that this 'union'may be Surgical Instruments, Dye StnlTr,

relative to the admission of members piospnrons and happy. li'JnvorlnK Extracts, &0., &0, '
from the :Insurrectionary States. The death of my beloved Uncle, the Solo Aitenl for UiMtnhnld'n Extract of Kucha OFFERED: FOR SALE IN FLORIDA -
,
and b'arsnptirllln, AVer's Preparations Jajiio'ii
King of the Belgians has affected
The House debated the Civil Right's me Prepnr rlunB, Hues St. Domingo Bitters und '
bill. with profound grief. I feel great confi- Preparations,HooUnnd's Gorman BittornClonk's ,
dence, hover, that the wisdom whichbe McKIBBIN & ALLEN Hulr llciit",irer, Thomp.wn's and Plmlnn'" flair
WASHISOTOS! Feb. 28. The Mouse Toilet Articles Well's! .
by evinced during his reign will animate l'r"p..r"llon"l\lId ytrongthenliitf
a large Pluston and nl other Patent Medicines before .
has until the
majority, postponed
I his and for dTALLAHASSEE Consisting in: ofDrowii
second Tuesday in April, the constitutional her successor independence, and preserve prosperity.My .Belgium Tho trade, part, ,, .
.
amendment' the .
giving Congress power relations vfth foreign powers are ALSO and Bleached Muslins
to make all necessary laws to secureto FLA. ,
friendly and satisfactory, and I see no ,
citizens r.fthe several Slates, and to, I
9 .. all persons in the several' States, equal eral cause pe'ace.!to fear any disturbance of the gen The niOHt extensive and conrpteto clock ofPAINTS Jaeonct, .. '" .

protection in the of tho oft
matter right ,
The meeting of the fleet of France and
life '
liberty nnd
The Republicans property. England in the ports of the respective HAVE: JCrfT RECEIVED Cambric, and
ate disagreed among countries has tended to cement the amity
themselves! as to what may be the effectof ono, Varnishee, French Zinc, Color., Artie:.'
of the nations, and to prove to the world nod P"lnter' Materials to bo found In 4
this measure and therefore any Sec. Swiss Muslins
postpone !
this tleir iriondly concert it) the promotion of lion of the South: and ut, prIen whIch AnsoLCTeLy ,.
put of the Work of Committee on i ,
DiFT C01Ir&TITIO .
Reconstruction with show of itsultimate peace. VIA ST' MARKSA \
I, a poor
that
I have observed with satisfaction Canton Flange
The ;"nssnge. the United States, After terminating successfully GLASS.
indications are Hint the Committee '
the severe struggle in which
on Reconstruction, will soon make a report Tickings' .
In favor of the admission of the Representatives they were engaged; are wisely repairing LARGE INVOICE OF J'vory'nl'luly of Gln.., French and German "
the ravages of civil war. The abolition Plate, Btilnod. Cut and Sky Light Uhiss, single .
from Tennessee. and double thlcknean. Blaiikcfs)
of shivery: Is an. event calling forth the ;

cordial sympathies congratulationsof
NEW YORK MARKETS
this country, which has always been Pure French Brandies Cloths and "
, NEW Yor.x, :March 2.Cotton has an foremost In showing its abhorrence of an HARDWARE ; "

1 advancing tendency. Sales to day, 3,000 !institution repugnant to every feeling! :; of ): ,

bales at hoe ; also a covemmeni; lot of justice and humanity. Wines and Whiskies 1 CassInicrCs.' ,
,
3,000 bales, ranging flom low Ordinaryto I have, at the same time, the satisfaction 1 "fI" 4. f { '. ,

Middling! Fair, at 89Ja<174. to inform you that the exertions and Fur Modic'nni purposes; and.a largo supply of .
Quid declined and quoted at 133 1 2. perseverance" of my naval squadron have other Liquors for general me. '

NEW YORK, March/ 1.-The cotton mar- reduced ihe slave: trade on the west coast DBYGOODSLIQUORS : Ladies Dress Goods ,J

4 ket I is firm ; sales, 1,200 bales at 43 to 44c. of Africa within very narrow limits. Bruch, Foucher_ & Co.'s ,

Olold, 130. A correspondence has taken )place: between t

NEW YonK, Feb. 28. ,The cotton marI inv Government and that of the JHA; MPA.GNTS.Sole }French Merinos.

; kei to-do had a declining tendency, with United States with respect to injuiias Inflicted $ ,
miles of 4.900! bales at 43 to 41 ceuts. on Ampi'ican commerce by cruisers J\Ronl; of the only true Imported Brand
-
In the countryU: Carte U'Or, Lao D'Or, and
under the Confederate flag. Copies of
ao d, 13H.( this correspondence will be laid before Silery lilt),heretofore pronounced In by uau.nil conuol ucnr superiorto English .Merinos, I

MOBILE MARKETS.MOBILE you.
,
Special. Agent for the American VlnliiRo Com Alpacas
I : March 2.-Sales of 'uILolI to- : WUYA SHIP is "Sim."-Some heart- pan, and a largo Block of tholr celebrated. CMlornla ,

I days 300 bales' : Mlddlluu' at 42c. Sales' ]loss wretch (who should be punished by c >o. tA c. ctoo. c :3C.: brands constiuitly on bund. '
"p|"Ihp. week 2 200 bales receipts of the French and '
; English Poplins
being tied to a post with his lace within ,
week. 12,034 balei of the, week M)' special arr.iiiKCineuta with MAnufacturers
exports ,
; six inches of kissing distance of a pair of and Importers of the jN'orth, and In Europe,war
80,773 hales ; stuck on hand, 76,455; bales ; leiiienine rant mo In not only fimraitoeing the absolute
bewitching! "cheery lips"- lips Much, 1804. If 3oil do Cheevers
Gold quoted, 1UI to 130.L4TL -with the certainty of never'' reducing; Purity arid Genuineness of my entire mock, bilL ,
I : also tunable mu to tell any of tho above men.
that number of inches between him and Honed linen of g t L1H9.1I EUROPE. his bUss) says <-a ship( is called "she" because ,-- !lines ol'onlo88 than trauiiporlulion. g Plain and Fancy

a man knows not the expense) till 1 ',.

..i. o J DECLINE F COTTON. he without vela I'lIIpln'lllent-because one-because: they are they useless look For New Orleans An lit.atmnation lu every of my aIUcnlllr.prices will u tninthcs3etatemeutt All Wool ;


NEW YORK, Marehl.-The steamer best when well ijfge: bucauie their FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Delaines \
Aria has arrived at Halifax.POLITICAL vnhiij depend] upon their! age-because .
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they bring news carryout
NL;\',S. news from home." W. M. WALSH, American Delaines,

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The wait or habeas }has heenl1qpell.ll'tl
corpus' 'i j QOVEHSOB J CSlt N9.-'l'o the early and f\, S. C.Cor. Mansard& Drou/oth/ ton St., Silks
in II'i gland: by royal I aH.si.Mil, and : Fancy ,
prompt action of this good man, InJur .
have been sj
arrests made.jf .
many ( : opinion, are our citizens indebted for the __ S.V,\ \NAII, GEO.
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I ; LIEnr L"M.\r..KE'l'. ,, "removal Irom our midst, of the lute dis t.t: ", if In great variety
A1 feb 6, ISGfitfJOHN;
4 i tau hug element-the negro troops. lay
V The market: closed: steady, :but'at a tin. his influence routine to be exerted until J. L. SMALLWOOD ----- --- VVisitr: : ; : Sh.a.vv1.sAT

cline of one quarter penny on the week. i the last one is it-moved IVoin the soil of '. M, GUERARD, .

The ale for the saute per'iod were 69,000 Georgia/; is trot only the praYl'1 of the writer GEOKOK W GIFT, MASTER, ALL PRICES.

bales) ; those' of Fiidtv to 10,000 bales.C : but of all good;( and real loyal people plv hi-rmfter r I1I"rlLctween the Attorney at Law,

mstils cl lied at 87 1-2 to 87 34. Five ; of our city l and State, without deduction i 'XTILL" of bl1.: MARKS und ihe above Port,

; Twenties, C8 1. of color Columbus, Sun. 175; Bay Street, r '
Touchlu? nt Apulacbicola.
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Cotton 1ATI.ST. firmer :Mr. Peabody-( the American banker, For Freight or further' p.irtlculnrn;! apply tn SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. .Cloths and Cassinicies
on Saturday. \vnK but MoKIBBIN & ALLEX.TalluliMsee 24,18M, lmWILLARD'S
February '
. .unchanged.: ;Middling Uplands\ nineteen has given another bundled thousand Feb. 27,1560. if -, J
pence. pounds sterling for time beneliLof the London IN GREAT VARIETY '

Consols, S7S to 87 5 8. poor, making the aggregate of one :,PLOUGaS: AND ,
quarter million pounds Hterling.: The LIVERY STABLES
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COURTESY DESIKD A UNioN SotDtER.On Times says it is probably tho.. most splendid PLOUGH IRON. HATS AND CAPS, .

the 13th iiibtatn, the United States act on record., (lUI \'CY, FL01CIUA.

Jtouse of Representatives took up a resolution -- \709. 10, 11, SO and 60 Ploughs' ; BOOTS AND SHOES, ,
nn C and Inch Gael Half Shot: ldo,; always In readiness lo convey .
gro may sue and recover all he canprove 8 Inch wide Iron. HACKS. arriving; on the Railroad train,
minutes, to extend the privilege! of the For sale CHATTAnOOCHEE to which HARD'"AR.E '
{III all cases whore written at'D. to or any point ,
no contract
floor of the house Col. J. M. Johnson, 13.' MEGIXMSS &. CO'S.: they may doelre, lu go
exists between himself and his 37 1660.
a representative elect from Arkansas. employer. February tflit. TnEO WILLABD

Mr. Smith, of Kentucky, said that Col. Thus buys the Freedmen's Bu February 2_,1566. -______Iw_ CROCKERY, t

Johnson had fought three years in' the reau. ---- .." DOYLE & CO FOR SALE. ..

..I! Union army" and was clearly entitled to t17Forller Is doing his best to con- rpHE subscriber! has fur sale several hundred Tin4 "Ware, &c.a &c.

the courtesy of the House. Thad. Ste- vince his readers that he is not a "dead sccciissons! TO JAS. DOYI.K, i. bushels of
tens replied that in an unfortunate moment duck but'only a live goose. He evidently

he bad inoved/to admit certain gentlemen don't like being: made came of.- Royal Petit Gulf Cotton Seed,
to ihe floor ,iviilioui stating that Jf'urlil.JULIAN. Corner Bay and l"bitaker Sts.
Ci-ROC .I1.I3 j
they were claimants from any State, but of a vary prolific Kporlca Also,several hundred
unliHs of Long Blanlu Cotton SeeAPPIS c\\.
it turned ont that they were from Tennes- -- ----- to E. HOUBTOUN,

Bee. It had proved a very bad precedent, SAVANNAH,, GEORGIA. or to JAMES!:! H. 11OUSTOUX, FLOUR,
for he was opposed) to admitting! by name, IDfnr lttdht mrnt \ on i'Untattou.\
February 25,1866. Iw
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for any purpose" therepresenta'ives from SUGAR,
a defunct Slate. He toyed to table the WHOLESALE GROCERS BLACKSMITH1NCH. ,

resolution, which was dune by eight BETTON '
majority-forty republicans: voting against : B FITTS & CO. > TOL tCCO; &c., &I... '
it. DSALER IN UD tla.i'ullS: bNPROVISIONS \

.. now prepared to eXI'culo'cr)' dcscrip Powder .

REMOVAL op MOBMOK OFFICIALS ixUTAH. Boots, Shoes and Leather I AUK Of F ... Shot. and Percussion .

.-The :Mmmou, officials in Utah BLACKSMITHING 3 \Maps4 ;

Territory are alt being removed; bes tie 'rALL AIIASSEE, FLA. In the best manner .and as low us J I'
a ue.v Kistiict Attorney recently confirmed and Domestic tho cost of mnlorlal, &0., will admit" ..l. '1'11"yy aT ; _
Foreign Liquors ol of the
by the Senate. Secretary MrCullocb\ First Door North of State Hunk. havo secured the services suruo

I has, on the recommendation of Governor March 0, IStlO. 3m BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. I Wines &
)>mkee Chief Justice Titus of Ulab and "WOODWN Liquors :>
;'V wAZtli:. Tho.o 'I'ho'mn)' favor u. with tholr IJltrooaso'will ,
..Speaker\ Colfax, appointed two prominent I he guaranteed entire ullsfnctlon. "," '\ .. \
Gentiles of Salt Lake, Messrs. Lee and NOTICE.SIX I 8tF: Shop! nearly opnonito the Foot Ufflce.* 1 t '1 "'; I

Gilbert, United States Assessor and Collector MONTHS after the first publication of : WRAPPING PAPER, ,Feb. 3,1866-tf The largest Stock in tho Stat

in place of two polygamists who notice, I will present my Account. und I II NOTICE.' I
T Voucher', a* Administrator of the estate of I coNSISTINd"oF"'v1VIIiSKY
June held these offices, and who were Redden W, rurmniore. of Madison county ,&c. &c. &c. ALEXANDER GALLIE J '
living in open defiance of the anti polyg- Florida, deceased. to the Honorable Judge ofProbatu rrrtui >Attachment. I
araylaw. of Madison COli III and apply VALENTINE MJOUNSQY. S CHADL't
J;
for.n Irgal discharge (rout further administration, BRANDY GIN
i i i auld osuittt.v Amount sworn to, ?18 871. ,
upon PAGNIvPORT SIIEIUIY AND
The Indianapolis Herald says : Tim Republicans 8. ALEXANDER SMITH. defendant and nil other Interested are
,' nay John Brown's soul march- March 6, 1866. law 8u >. THE" notified I of the commencement the CLARET WINES,. COCKTAILANDSTOMACn '
AGKST3 FOICCelebrated above suit, and to appear before mo In the city of
jug on. We think, in this, they are corI Tullnhasseo, Leon eoncty, Florida. on the second 1 ,
ect. The terrible prevalence of theft, NOTICE.rpUIKTV Monday Juno, 1800, and plead to the same,or 111'rnms&c.&c. .
': jobbery,' violence and murder indicates DAYS after tbo first publication of er.4.T'Lao Ii..a judgment will be giveu by defttiiftSJustice, *- '* '
,' C lI\o'181IF.lt, merchants of Florida
1. this notice I will to tho Honorable I EJr''l'he are re- fI
.iu out, clearly that John Brown' ,soul is apply or'th" 1'enno. '
G. M.T. Brinson. Judge of Probate of Madison spedfully requested examine our stock
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about that old John Brown' soul Is 16, 186ft. fobl7-owiim
yea, February
Florida order to sell the half
bur an one- Albany before deciding: urrchise in New York "
marching on.The interest of the.estate of John W. llollej man' do will ,
I .. ._- ceased,la the ,ollowinI'L'own Lots In the town ofUadison PRIVATE BOARDING. as we iliU'liccle\ allbllls at Kv York A
I frierrtU" Bancroft the State" and county aforesaid, via: Lots prices, thereby saving them time and
cf
, George 13,H, 77, 78, In Section: 11 j; Lots 86, 80, In Section: lUl'CIUAL J. 11. ALSTON Is rrol'ared lo ncuom trl'lht 1
historian, Lave been urging, him for the 12;Lots 123,124,12528,129, ID section 19; and MRi. .. fifteen or '"' boarders : .il.
5cj'Pe.ititcly told
wYork CoJIectorship, bulha has declined 8 net In width on tilt north side of Lot 126 la her rwldenee near the UothodlMt Church, In Ibis : no. goods ft "4r
t in of Secretary /Suction 19. DREAM ALE. city, She It also,prepared to enlerlalu transient I,
expectation becoming A. T. IIOLLEYMAN.Adm'r customar. Every for. and altontlun "U1 bojmeu UcIUhbin l & .Mien.ll ; .
.. oltJlate. thonlJ\ *tile Cabinet to .10- Estate uf J. W. Uolle'luan. dll('... tnlb I'nmfurt of the ju.ol
.1 formed March ti, ISO'J.. law-tw. 5111Ulllh, je.. f it, ct, 1566, im Jan iQ -1m 'C. fj, 1CH( -tt




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ib lltrit1a tntine t ,\Efynrjnov\ o. J\:lma.\ A.- PArvey. t roa'. Tu -_tf'r. ,
11 :.QflPji .:n ProsjSect9.! Wl1i.r n'{-AlUFARTT.-WtliWtt+: + rrx WHOLESALE AND: :n UI1 .SIRE.

TRT.-The Lunis.ille ''v.aim artal' filn
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ton; iftnn: Im botfi called "the angftr

W:. .A.- SgOSEB: \ bowl of the irrnon"r :h ftn.l Kith !\ up tho material\ that i8"destinedto .. J r, _, t

\ good reason, for fthc it! the only Stat: coalesce and form-a new :political .

fnnt.19BiR: .taD rnm'IU&1'OR. of the Union; in' which sugar ;is II\'stti party that will tnfe ,ro)W-.tyopM .: A ..m ( Jf. ... t:
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",fir .' :SDAz'L: Ai i1r:c6,: lStt@ plo product and cnn ,bo produced i in ,own' AndrewJohns6rt hands for the\ fiturp) ( ,: ., \will\ /I. .:
repeat,
large quantities.The planting ot .. e. r
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--- n -:' have to sustain him that be
supnronne xw originally\ commenced party ,
Nero Killed.A .. 'in this State as Arf'cxperinienC'bu can rely upon. There are many W Of.K3.U7: RISPEC1'I'17"LY; : A iNronnt. .ovn FRIENDS. THAT 'E.nA.\'I ,,

negro man, Pick Terry a car- by degrees its culture was extended, men in the Democratic: Party true as

,pester by trade, wa* killed on \V. d so that at the commencement of the steel to the Union and! the restoration W'w@II:7m: E rum SS1P.> mm1fr. SIIId: qFILb)

'nesda '-mht; about nine o'clock by war the !sugar, civp hail reached to policy of tho 1)1'l' i'.lent. All
Mr. O'Hara. a watchman! at the nhout 500,000 hotheadAn not a such men will now make common At.t h..Old Stand In T !lab..wo,where w.are prepared to supply cniteniert was\ .11 kind 0 I

railroad Tho fourth of ohr rii'livngnr! lads; haveeer cause with others for a common end
JJnscoguu% depot. negro Dry Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes
,
-the sublime end of the ,
had taken'an armful of shingles ; been brought ruler c'lltivixtion, securing

from a pile belonging to the "railroad we may assume that the productive object fir which the war ,l was, undertaken HATS & OAPS CLOTHING HARDWARE CROCKERY ANDAGRICULTURAL
and was moving off. Tho watchman capacity of tho State ji ,at /h list two and fought, the perpetuity of ,

halted him twice : the negro,re millions of hogshead At present the Union upon the basis of the Con- .. IMPLEMENTS

fused to stop. Tho watchman again prices 500,000 hogshead of snl-t"r- stitntion. Jackson Democrats and
halted ,him stating that he would to say nothing of molasses: which Clay and "Webster Whigs Unionis A't the SaoWoat Cash Prloo&l for* Cash or-

fir if he did not. Tho negro'still must I lie regarded" as part of every ts and Patriots! all .must at last COTTON".

going on said< "shoot and be d-d." sugar crop-would he worth :$i;G>000,., come together and gathering around I

when the watchman: fired at him with 000, but instead of producing a value the President as a centre! find point narlngcitabllihedn, lu Buy quantity.. ,bran on ltu rb ihortuit nf our tmmn notice In nud New the Turk muM, we adantugrous nra prepared tnrmii.' toforn'.tb! QoJ cf Miklndf I

b:$ revolver. The ball entered at so important tho material interest of support, from the true National t

the back of the negro's head and ho of the Union, our stigir crop has! fallen l- Union Party of the Republic.: Thisis Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to '

instantly fell. '!Mr. O'Hara: at once off: under the depressing .infill; !such a Party :astiie! ': hunt demands. I

delivered himself to the city Marshal once of war and the disorgaaitatiot: And' '\'all'tllel'o ever a demand without HODCKISS SCOTT CO.

but 'was released on a hearing: of the of out labor' system, to :bout C.OOO asfipply ? It is such a Patty ,

case by the Mayor and the railroad hogsheiult. "l, ho difference betweenour that we want here in Kentucky and :2VEW YORK.: :

cornpa'n;; making themselves responsible present and former crops inns throughout tho country. Unless Tallahamee,Jan. 9, IROi-l.v.

for his appearance. A coro now \bo made up[ by .importation there is such a Party, Andrew John-

ner's ingnest,'the acting coroner being from abroad thus swelling the bal ton must g(5 donns and if he go PEN. GEORGIA RAILROAD. Emporium of Varieties*

\Vm. ,\. Brannon and the phys ance of tea: le against:: us. Even a down-what thenVe? beg all fi. .
full in J.oaisialUWIS !good men to and ask it"An- 1GJ .
Dr. Colzay! was held over the.body crop by no pause I
yesterday! morning, when a verdict means sufficient to moo1 the require drew! Johnson go down in this great -" ',"U. P SLl'SSER
; we .understand: was rendered: in ments of our domestic trade, and our struggle-what then ? Look to theNorth CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ,


i Columbus Sun. as rapidly/ as possible, in order and hear and 'see. and after this dutc, the Train
the PiMinnculx' mid. Uvurym Uiillrauil" will opprr. Tin and
lessen foreign .
--- to our dependence on -- -- ruu dll\J1\ A. folluwi:
BP, ST BUTLER AiD HIS'PtCKDER.- markets.: During the year In a case in the Fifth; District : EASTWARD.l SHEET IRON Mti1UF,1LTQIIEnDEALS't ,- )

It will bo' recollected( that among the 1864 the importation of from Court snit l,,- Qulnc snt.................... 4.30 A. M.
sugars recently, was brought to dive ut Tiilliihauva.i........ ... 6.30 IX
many high-handed acts spoliation abroad amounted at single", one 1)1' recover due to a Norhtcrn Lvnvu Tnihthnere at---------------- 7.00 ."
money ................ ".
Arrive nt M dliun at 11DO,(
and confiscation h Gen. Butlerwas our ports, (:New York,) to 483,144 creditor from a merchant in the Lcnre Mudiinn at..................II.:UO IIrrhed. English, French and Ecmes'
guilty of in his reign at New Orleans pack go, consisting of hogsheads South, at tho time the war broke out. .\ ..\ Lake City ai............ 30 1' M.
tic Goods
in and in his tierces bust etc. tho value of whichwas WESTWARD. ,
1862 1863 was s, Tho defendant. claimed that the mon'

breaking open a bank vault in that set down in the books of this ey; wa paid; into the Treasury! of 'the Vive Arrive Lake nt MWUon City:: at-----------------nl,................12'..30 10 A.V. M M. Plain Fancy & Japanned Wares
city and taking from it $80,000 in Custom ]House at 815,938,756- State of Georgia in accordance with I.wivB Madldan nt...................VI 50 ,
ArrUr nt 1'Silnha..r..t] ............. 430 I
gold, belonging to the firm of Smith Most of this large importation calms! the law of the Confederate government l.cnve 1'.III'hn..n! nt................ 500 STCVE
fc Brother, a sum which r.ever found from Cuba\ country which under confiscating debts owed in the Arrive Quincj-nt nl ................. 630 HEtDQUARTEf.S&

its'way, M''was allege'into 1 this Spanish rule, pursues against us an North. Tho Court held that there .ease Ts5" nha..ee ST. MARKS at....!...TRAI......r.f .... 1.30 .,. tf. A large and liind'-onie Tnri.'ly of
r Treasury Department, but remainedin almost prohibitory policy excluding was no proof of any such government strive nt.>
the capacious pocket of the Gene- everything except machinery i and before it. and gave! judgment for the Arrlvont Lrtat.: LNarki Tall'ihtiMer at------------------12.00 III....,........ 1 45 1'M.. M. COOKING STOVES
ral. Time passed on, and t so hap such articles as she, is unable" to pro plaintiff for full amount. I .TiTHiilf hour ulll! be Kivfti un the nrrivnl
of the ears at Madison for r'llIlIerlIollll( from
Combiuhtg
pened that the returned .merchantcaught duco.r'' 0.s"Do and coming thin wa>. (
the General in'cw'Y rk two In of the early roses A tine of vlxeeii between Qnlncv, D"luhtldlle: J < consequence you propose to pat Iko and Albany, mid brtvrrn Mmitlccllu' and Thum. SHEET mON, .
ards and instituted in this climate seldom'matures will with the trnlnn.
years after legal cane nivlllB connect
into a store, .\Partington ?1"'ask ell E. HU.-Trir.V,
proceedings to recover his treasure. fully on'oiir plantations! and Lonisi a friend. Jan.IS, 1368-tf I rnldvnt. A.lIt.TlGnT,
After j ii' severe litigation, in which ana planters' have therefore found it "' ,
the old "but
es, replied lady
Butler did his best hold the difficult to with those of BOX, AND
to on to compete I'm pcstifeioutoknow which.. Some Hodgkiss, Scott & CO.,
coveted spoil, ho was compelled to Cuba and other \Vest India Is ands. tell me the wholesome trade is the PAELOL: COOK1KO STOVI8, .
disgorge and pay over to Smith and where perpetual sunrner reigns.- qpMMISSION MERCHANTS
best, but I believe the ringtail; will ,
Brother their money. If all his vic- With a view to encourage! .the! raising : .\ll'I'iilllmPr] in a pat seal diiioWe] manivir. -
be the most boneficions to him. NO :84 OLD SLIP NEW YORK.
timsinN. Orleans and Vil'iniacould) 'of cane and the production of sugar Ihej can 1 P.hit| j I'd ii> sub, | am iii.fthe t
---- Thni. It. Hodgkl*, 1..la..t. Oumlxllon BrotX,, r"iinn\ w iihpemfecm.sfrt j ll. MVH! )
be equally' successful, General] Butler in this State, the G
:37" A species watermelon, | i1 ltlniore.O. l Il & ; i-i-i uni I'y' i, c-
would! not now be in a condition: to ment for years previous to the warsaw which "keeps through the winter" \;.'.."Ucdlt: ,of arm of U. W, Scott & Co ,Talla.U. Out iltiop uoiX' -j'in 1:0': Our! Oi.tifiIne -'

purchase: mill-sites and go into tfie : fit to grant measure! of protection has 'been introduced into this country U. II. Puiile. of firm of Too 'it Bnbl.lt, Biln.: down Pit\\ es. Oi< filial l 1Il use'
: bi1dn, Gt.V. HPnBs'Slreei' 1 Zitft. Sleet L. ad.grsl.rp'wnmIt .
business to'the branch of
whichhe
cotton
manufacturing our agriculturaland bv .Bwar,1 Taylor. lie obtained \ U. Fix lei, of firm of O. W. Scott A Co.,Tal! of
is now' doing in Richmond accord- manufacturing: industry, and this the seed i in Russia lahatiiie Kin.Sptclal tloue ..i) blot| i nlh cl'. err deacriptinb

ing to report. % protection was continued'till inter 0...
'b the If stttnllou !given to the ial of std] kind. of
e rupted ) war. our planters Susan W desirous of purchasing: No't1on .

Z&r Girls, beware of transient: found it difficult to compete with1.( a watch. 'The maker showed her SOUTHERN PKaDUCB, _

young men ; never suffer) the addresses ba when favored with the advantagesof among others, a beautiful one remarking and to the purcb:... and hljimvut of WOODEN. W'lLL'oWARE WAR ,

of a stranger ; recollect that one their peculiar i institution, it; may that it went thirty hours.- Household nnd Plantation Goods, j 7 OS. ,
steady farmer. boy or mechanic i is well be asked how they are to com- "In one (lay ?1" asked Susan. I llnSTMAS rnF.HZ\1'S

worth a'l the floating trash in the pet now when they have to employ Wares, Implements, Of pT 'ry aprtjriiition ..p jinncl. ( all nj.fi

world. The allurements of a dandy freedmen at higher rates than agncul- Sensibility is a stur that can lead MACHINERY: feC.EEFEEEKCES examine, liptnie! ).uiilifiM'i I (g eli-ewl.eie.] ,

jack with a gold 1 chain about his neck, tural laborers receive in any other one only when tho sky is clf>ar.- : X'T 7 U'f-I Im

a walking stick in his paw, sonic hon porti! n of the: world, beside paying: Henson is the magnetic needle that i I. Saddle, Harness ;and Caniage'ESTABLISHMEKTI
csMailor's'roat: on his back, and a tho Internal Revenue tax of throe guides us when tho sky is ,wrapt in j jMflixii'Currlrr
Jarkncss. Co., Sew fork.
brainless I skull, vet thinks he know cents per pound The only.natural .1. I. .M.iur, Orldln' ., Ua.
it all, can never! make: the loss of a j advantages our planters. have lie in Br\a-it, Cr...m, Uoiujjoraorj, Ala.. .r
up "Are steaks fellow ?I"
my ready, A.:'n lid, Macon Un,
fathers counsel, and the society of greater richness, of our lands and the K.: Il.ind. MHO in, O.i..IHP --c!) ,
bawled !
buck have
house. .
eating just
a at rerelicil .
an n
.. Ah.Wm. r large nnort
better of which O. Wblrtlald,1Jernnpo1f. .
brothels and si ters. Their afloctionslast quality sugars they "No, replied tho waiter "but I Unlly, 1're.o.I.lISiole, D1\1I1I.r; Florida, lUCl.t Ul Ol>lld ,CUI tlHil f Hi
but these than ? ........ '
] while those of such a produce ; arc more: ThU. :
young man .perceive .your chops arc.. .1.-,.... E. Hambellon, rr... Md. Flu Ini. Com (ontlcmrn'.'. and t.ndlri' Pnddlrt.
ar'lost i in! the wane of the honeymoon. equalled by the longer seasons of Cuba 4 pt.nv. Uililmore.Oil. Fli.illuulilr. nod Ch[ /\I.r llnr.n,
, which ensure the f 24-tf Brldlm. Colliir. cad Wlili\ .,
'Tis true. complete pen- The strongest kind 01'n hint-a h'Ufldli-' C'l.tdr./ .
--. ... ing of the ca KJ.DAXCISO. young lady, asking a gentleman to Hhi" Fli.dlnp.ofev. ,rj drtchptloD
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PEATOEIUS; & CLARK I.ciiihi-r of All klt'd.,
jJ3?-Tue Missouri Legislature l li'avo! see if one of her rilla'sVould 0 go on Trnvel'lnir hatclifl, end Trunk
.=In all and in all \'Ioddl"' d Uarnr..liardware
passed railroads I a bill compelling the street I climes this has been a ages favorite amusement his!little fingt: r. ..1"A )lEntlll T TAILOltS.TALLAHASSEE /(M'ngnn.rrlall"{ slid Trlmmln"Iliiyu, Hub, ,
to
inside
their
carry negroes with the young and oftentimes ams:0": : r..vprusn is to beheld i JIUKg Phafi, Nriikrii end Kitts
cars, Col. Blood, the President oftho !: FLORIDA Buggy Axlut cud Sprlngt
l with the aged. \Ve remember heari responsible for $200,000: under
St Louis Street KuiIroadjLV
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iipany, i ing!: the llev. Dr. IJogo deliver a Ice- I heir;:.cure and blown up in steamer CONSTANTLY ON HAND CARRIAGES AND :EFIGIESottrfTf
has: issued a notice topsermgerthat KEEP sale l. seal rarUd nnonroi-nt nt
( | : a ry
I tine in Richmond during the war.Iltthatl .- on the Mis i sippi.
if they do not want 1Ig..ot.S. i j derrrlpilnn,
the cars.thev tlit-nisel es must take j just returned from E.trnpe.Whil.t Tho of .Mexico has GENTLEMENS CLOT''mNG! Mnclilne, Bcllliijr.SOllHEI.A" .
Empress
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I abroad some purchased I Wurk mad 10
,, he spent time in I order and rtphlr''' 1ol1e wits
the repolIslhiliWqf'P.je he.ttl'e !\!} at Jerusalem what is said to diepntchA
Scotland! and in ALSO,
one evening Edenb "pnt fur 'h"ler do .
WI.oa':
I and n we".
be the site of the inhabitation of the
invited SE\\'ING :"Cln\1:8: : ,
take
.. freedmen in vicinityof irg being to tea. at _
they '
Virgin Alary. Cloths J. E re nAT.
l'ctersbl1lgrnt"aJ! living ,by dig tlio. home of an eminent divine, T.Ilahn/war I'.' 5-t"

g'ngfor bullets which sell foro wher he met with a nnmbel of For who
# .they one man sincerely pities CassimcreS i EXPOJt'T)
d l )lea t atraxt cents per ""pound.- preachers and their wires! after supper ) misfortunes, there are a thousand ..,.n *
the
The average reward for this industry room was cleared'antl; thi u who sincerely hate one success.Earl .
is'ia'abo"ntonletlollar| \! a day. good people had a good olI.IIhinn Testings, IMPORT: COMPANY.rillS .

; cil reel, all to themselves.-Ifor/olk Russell is giving. full dress! .
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T"See here friend Day /lqo'r. banquctts (London ) What is Neck TiesiSuspenders
my you are paper. co,.P A N\' I. t'nw.r 'nfzpd/ and *.
drunk. "Drunk, to bo STO I am, .an undress banquutt' ? prepared make llbrnl ad\ancci un
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and have been for the last three The Albany (N1; .) Journal l. describes 1. ,
'S3T "The rich," said a Jew, "eat Cotton and other(
ye rs. You sue my brother and I Summer! as 'a hot liouso pro Prepuce

t are on thu temperance mission.! Holecture. duction brought: :'up under a glass venuion because it ish.deer, I eat Gentlemen's Hose, &c.O"nlll'"o' .
because enn 'lgnr<] :"''UrAnfMiln
it is Tlvfrrn.,1.)
while I case, in thsunshino of mutton sheep. Thci-rri.
-, bet a frightful exam; pro I 'I'nl\.loen'ollo..11I l Ihrrrvn'l* fir
m IClrH
, pie. and has sei n the world only peritv'l) i e.rm.ntn cut and wade la fs.k.lonahi.ty r.5trprr .. and. f"rwnncl t'r".tf ('nll""., ., ,
-. medium has"1livcd; Nineteen 'millions. francs were and saperlnrmannerrsI Sc In *'|.:M wnia for|gnnd l Inn* "'01105 h GNd.m
in an atmosphere taken at thn Paris theatres last Sinre "I'sl0 TD.. Tatnni't. Wp calla n"TOI'c n.lalfl.ahl.. h, Gold C-'r it.
rAn oil year.The eq:l"h'al..111, III ,
& company hating 'leas ,of book and has been > easily boosted nrtor 4 >tf ollrrer rl -

.r ed M-veial acres of land from James 1 from stage \to stage !-onor-Ila. letter carrion of New York AdiniiilNlrutrix'8. Noilcp. \y.wllelmnrdrr.riiihlcr.. Tho .for.nndafr.mtteltrrrhsnirand trlet...l BIIPI itim |pal >"n II".

Jl.,A vant, in the immediate \iciuity I only touched 'plain people; 'with kid delivered last year 1,133,683. SIX mnnlhi after dale t will ,prufnt njr ... and smile.'Orrm.t-' lrd"r.,. for mmnodi fin' n 2rslapd. ,1r.IIC'.

, s of .uuit'ict'sboio, expect to commenceopfl.atipJSiQ j'oves, and draws his knowledge of .n4vnnrher.as.td'ninI.tratrittofthee ICIURD/ F.'r.''Tl'I. rre..dtv't. .
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.nr U M. Whll, lo the honsrable, '
c.\ Ind of .
} !' a few wetkj iIo ,The in./I/1 ]Human nature! from, the portraits of There are some 5UOQ() moro females Fmbatii Ueon runty for n final .""'.m.n\ E T. PAres; Atrnt, Lit.rml, Enpiaud 1'1.; .'" .ritl..t.
d.cstiocsare said to beaT>rable. | ,essayists. I than males in Lowell.: cod ok: for a dlochal'f.l X U. WHITE!:, .I. f I,VVWlttl., .....nt.IT.n.t.. ..u., VH1" .. 4
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