The Florida sentinel
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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 15, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 08807470
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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'fl! i.c 11 i. JiVCk1 tll thtin'eiIS [ SPEEC.E: : of moderation, it is well there shouldbe dress gave utterance to the f following, New York Gossip.

i or'VARD some" opportunity for reconsideration. which does equal credit to his head The following spicy paragraphs are

PCBU3UED EVERY and heart: from the New York correspondent of

'Tuesday, Tfiursday and Saturday, HENRY"M BEECHER And Again"When "The South wants kindness, wordsof the Louisville Democrat i
IX' SUPPORT OF THE ) labor in the South is prop- graciousness and truth. They The simon-pure "yankees" celebrate'd -
-- ....... PRESIDENT'S POLICY.Rev. erly developed, when the States arc need no patronizing, but they need forefathers' 'day, as they'call
resuscitated, and when the fraternal sympathy, and that, with it, db Dclmonico's last evening; on
1'E IL;TI S, Eroperly "
HENRYVARD EEECHER addressed depend on good treatment, them, will go farther and bring themto which the usual blarney was emitted
XKT ADVANCE! : will have about the Puritan Fathers Plymouth
to ,
they begin some sense better mind than
1 Per Annum...............................ja 00 the Mass Meeting in New of I do not that in ridi- a any denunciations Rock, the Mayflower and 'all that '
For Six Montlis............................ 4 00 justice. say you can utter. ,
Mingle! (}opl.8.............................. 10 York City, called to sustain the cule. We arc to grant those rightsof S. ." sort. of thing. New England, ac-
President in vetoing.the Freedmen! labor by promoting the general: General Joe. Johnston.At cording to the orators on those oc'ca-
RATES OF ADVERTISING, : Bureau bill. We make several extracts peace and prosperity of the Southern Fredericksburg I met and siops, i is always1everything; the rest
States. I beg leave to call your attention of the world not much. Plymouth
TO mi MID ran I:( ADVANCE: : from his Speech : introduced to Gen. Joseph E. John-
to these thoughts to which, Rock is the original hub of tHe universe
One square, (12 Nonpareil time,) or leen, for the ston. Two days in his I
"I that in the landis company
i not In.ol.Uun..................._...... $1 00 !am sure noman M it seems to me, we have not given'sufficient must confess, ho impressed me most and Boston and Massachusetts,
Each suJ.egnentlneertion ............... 75K ,more in favor of efficient legislationfor emphasis in our calculation and the Atlantic Monthly and its
tHto and Legal Notice to be charged the thick men than President ,." favorably as a perfect gentlemab.- contributors, are the spokes. Thereare
the same na, trunnlont ncJvortlxomenU, Johnson himself. [Loud and contin- In the Southern States Modest and quiet in his demeanor, but few living great men in..this
i rtoopt Notice of DUintxKlon n. Administrator ued applause, and a few hisses.] Theyare regard to he was courteous and kind. lie and country now, and their names are
for which lIe, charge hull. 1 lIu.. 13 00 to be protected, but they are tint and people, he said : Captain Lee, brother bf the general, Chaw-lcs Sumner, Oliver, Wendell

Obllnnry XmlcM and Trlbuton. of Kenpectchirtfoil to be protected at the expense of the "I cannot pay any compliment to and two Federal officers, took me Holmes; John G. Whittier, Wendell

:,. in adt'ertisotltuuts.THESENTINEL,. Constitution, but by its integrity.Xo .- the Southern people, to their courage over the famous battle-ground of Phillips, Nat Banks !and Senator
grade in the United States is more and. their intensity of sincerity and Fedcricksburg, pointing out to me Wilson. These chaps all claim to be

in need of having that immortal instrument zeal, greater than the state 'of panic the moves and, mistakes made by lineal descendants of, the "fathers'"
I* the no')' pupas In 1 Florida I hit In pilhliilKHltlina maintained than the "rpccut I and fear which I see in the .:Northern both armies in that bloody sc'endays' Nobody, it is presumed willenvy
Union n week,Mi4 1 thereforeaifarda its ulj.nerlbfra enslaved but note emancipated black I mind.:* fight. The courtesy these officers them the honor. The other nightat
the n-ulicut miMim of oMnlnliu; the latest -who lately had met and fought
) There are men who sjicak only the opera.during the performance
now by trlv/r"ijih! and mnlli: and 1 fall reV -. man. He goes on to say"You : each other in the battles-showed
officedmen, who worked and where Vasco
arc by otISAfricaine, just
''rlnf' the New Vurk jiml 1 Huiilhern M.uketn.It '
their and their : seem to be stricken with fear each other astonished me. I could do Gania is to his
will iiUn glee full rcjjur uf tho profpcrUngaof sympathy by generous giving expression
thn. f."''Hl.il tires TiB! ::4'utl.IIA. !\ funiUtiud to sentiments so as not well to consider Urn: you have lost all thought of God, not forbear remarking to them that ecstacy in having at last discovered
miWrllii-rii, nt CK! In west living l'ateA. that_ while they are_ legislatingto nnd\ Providence, and'\ natural law, and! they reminded me of our J3arnum's Madagascar\ a philosohper in the
all of moral influence and pub "11I1pp)' family." General Johnston
---- --- --- ---- -- save the freedman, it may: be at power parqnette could not refrain from
JOn i'IZIN'I'ING. the expense.of t those laws and those lic siiiititncnt ; but I have that faith replied, with a" sad smile : "The war I uttering a regret that Vasco had ever

Tn rwinitlon with tin.Soiitiiu1; the hove" n. nnI instruments in which his V'f1afl't)' in the cause, and that faith in GOd,1 was dreadful, and now that it is been born, for then Africa would
I"rl..r'aryl I varied\ n-rtnrlmimt of arty .).lobbingI resides, and if they are carried past and that: faith in you, when you wake over he fell, for one, "that kindness never have been discovered, perhapsand
\ -'torlii: mid ,lire Itrrp'Ired to f'xPc'1fr'rr.... of Clark in that lluv with m-nt nommul, ::111(1'fiat I Speaking of the courtesies shown him
... that thlhoul,1! be brought to reconsideration. you are your powers I1l'e. been to us the Pandora's bbx that it
she"n"tp"1. on head K line nsnortmCAt of Those that I am willing to risk it if the by federal officers he said : -'Had hon is. One be similar
rights are to pardoned a
I.Ik1 fur printing I In color* Onlvni tiy irtd'll or may
South was twice as strong, with what \ favor to ask he would sooner ask it
secured! the reflection of Miles Standishand
"xpre-n will nci'Iviprompt tilhut Ion. \ I'i"i be thirdly" by great apropos
( 'mv n* low u* the iiri"..nt high! i-ont 0111\111'1 laws of self-interest A.nd.l confess! I wo now have on our bide. They of those who hail been mb'si) 'deadly the' Puritari Fathers. If they
miUTlila, l.i lor 1111,111..1,;:: will adutlt Ir, and are I that I look rhil'tlyto the great oiinnot. be long in withholding from, and"directly opposed to him in bat had never been born, it is reasonable
V'hi.\'thu lncri'i.i'd, r.Ui'i which rule lu other IlItn-1 tlif freedman his rights gnrantced to tle. "The brave can trust the brave
ral laws of God in human : to believe the rest bf mankind would
Ii ini>ii of Undine not that there i is no work for If' i.1a him by the Constitution." thought I.-Cor. Brooklyn Union, have t escaped the multitudinous
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tion, no work for \'oll1l1t:1I'Ilri iiiiu I "On the other hand, look for one miseries :and oppressions, in one
: b nrfc.ftiomX} ,QInrtlPt; I charity and munificence, but that as moment n't the effects of a prolonged 1 -- .. shape or another, of which their descendants
man is i made, these great laws of political exclusion of the Southern States. It Using "Seditious Langu gc." have beet, at times, the
"'" ---. --- -- economy, the grrat law: of labor i is weaning the citizens of those States Henry L'. \Voolcy, an old and active anti willing instruments.
A J, PEELER, and t-upply and! demand that more and more from the National well-known engineer on the Alabama *

,ATTORNEY AT LAW works unconsciously, and makes: men CJuvcrumi'Ut. For (five years they I river, was yesterday arrested by the The Bishop of this (Episcopal)
work willingly, that teaches thein have not thought ,of Washington ext I military authorities, for making some Diocese has been preaching a vigo-
qf. J'IJatEg. I'UIRIDA.OJHno justice through the portal, of selfishness copt to curso her. They havo not remarks derogatory to the officer rous blast against operatic music in
up stnrs: over tho State Bank.51P' these laws are likely to compose felt till need nf it. They havo not and guard who were sent to a steam the churches within his jurisdiction.
fr".11 :1 In Mli'-t.i p.* lioiirtf in. trout P a. in. to 1 p. m., and. the best basis between the late master felt the blood running through them boat lying at our wharf for the pur He thinks it a scandal and abominA-

freedmen could not be better secured It i is proposed to make them stay ton from being stolen out of the ingly are invoked to set their laces -

EDWIN A, HART, than by the .contentment and prosperity five years more out of the Union.Is .- bales! by petty thieves. Mr. Wooley, against it. The Bishop in this business

ATTORNEY AT LAW of the Southern States. It is that the way-to make them feel it seems, was asked by a bf-stander, ; is probably about rigbt. Tho
impossible that the black men could their need of the Government why the military were on board of mnsic in most of our fashionable

1I: IISGN[ FLA.Tir.r fail to suffer from the misfortunes of The following is excellent good the boat, to which lIe replied, that churches is much of it Pagan rather

"\"\ proi'tlpo, \ III thu Courts uf the Middle their late masterl"I \." sense in Mr. Beecher. The puzzle he supposed they were after cottonthieves than Christian. Not long since I
>V .ludidil Ulri-uil. beard the Peruvian hymn to the Bun
think the and "the thieves
',, most extraordinarything is bow\ all the time in' big were
"rll"n' 15, HIM. 41'fW with UR, being it is in Pizarro only tho
of the present time is this :: eating the little ones.-" The officer sung just as ,
H WHITNER Congress putting a bilU full of addi- Ne\V York, he could have obtained of the guard testified before the Provost words were adapted so as to make it
tional power into the President's so clear a view of the situation Marshal, that he also remarked an address to the Deity. This was in a

ATTORNEY AT LAW, hands, making him stronger than any I should be sorry to see more Government that "it was their day now, and ours church which pays enormous salariesto
MADISOK FLORIDA. crowned monarch this side of Russia, agents in the land. This is would soon come." Mr. Wooloy ad- each of its quartette in the organ

1(7ILi.( PBAUTICK,IN THK COURTS OP nnd thu President saying, "No, I can- the best Government ever devised by milffcd the first charge. but denied loft, while its rector is pu't; off with a
.. the Middle not give my consent to a bill that I man for self-government. It was not the second. lie was 'ordered under beggarly 81. OO per annum.: In
, Joo. 23, 1805-tf Ctreult------ makes me so strong." What if we I' }however, made to govern provincesor arrest by a government official, who this case, you sec, the preaching of
-- had had the President that had sat out-lying territories. The Gov- was dressed! in citizen's clothing, but the gospel is made subordinate to

'To Printers and Publishers. there before our martyred Lincoln I ernment was made for the people ; resisted and demanded the authorityfor crochets and quavers ; twice or three
Would he have vetoed it, .because and we knew everything better than his arrest. The guards were then times as much is paid to the "pomps
--:0- there was too much power ?1Vhat the way to be despots. We knew called irl, and l seeing the uniform and I and vanities" of contraltos and sopranos -
Having a largo lot of surplus if wo had the President before }him liberty aud freedom better than tfqspotism bayonets, he was satisfied and accompanied i as to the dispensers of the word.In .

PRINTING MATERIALS Would he have been thus honest? : and sonic how, when we came the soldiers to the officeof order to pay these singers their extravagant

CASH the following artl. lie may be mistaken in his judgment } to try the latter, what bungling workwe the Provost Marshal. Wooley prices pew rents are enormous
4 otr..r for ale, cleg at but I am greatly mistaken in my made of it. They suspended the stated that be bad on all occasionsand : and as enormous pew rentscrowd
judgment of men i if sinco the earliest writ of habeas corpus and did' you at all times judiciously refrained out the poor,the whole church
One-half Manufacturers' Prices,, of there such work they from remarks that system degenerates into Imero
and best day our Presidency, ever see stupid as making any mightbe '
'Ouo 3 WASHINGTON, In gOlld orller.I HAND 1'ltEBS.lzoNo. has been a man there who was more made of it'? Fort Lafayette is a wit. construed into an indignity toward lounging place 'for people who spend
I One tVASFIINOr0)1 HAND PRE33rize No. honest, more single minded, and who ness against the adaptation of the the United States Government or its their week-day time, for the most
2, In oxcvllxnt older.i'Olln. of and without to do officers soldiers and that his part, gambling in stocks, or gossipingat
.\ DRUVIKK.J401b : without bias party, Government bungling, despotic or remark -
: ... ONO ,PRIMER.. bias of any kind, has thus endeavored work. We were not made for that. regarding cotton thieves had a the opera or theatres at night. A
400 lb. SMA L I PICA.ISfontiJOB '
'r1'I'B.'O to do that which he thought td It would raise the President thirty general application to that class.- poor man ,cannot set his nose into

< DISPLAY. DAHIIE3 TYPE.3UA8ES. RULES. LEADS, FUR. be for the best interests of the coun- degrees in the estimation of the The two witnesses against him .deposed any of your fashionable churches
I NITURB:, and In fuel everything iieoe.eary try-of the whole country." [Lflud South, if he would call home all the that his language was \'iorcnt. now-a.dav Love of pomp and display
In getting nut a paper twice the ylza of the is the in them of
"Benllnel." and long continued applause, mingled Treasury Agents, who arc doing no and that he stoutly resisted an ar. place
i I Proprietor W.Florida A. 6IIOBER Sentinel., with hisses.] good, but more and more alienatingthe rest. lie was fined twenty-five del-llars. love of God I and! practical religion

With reference to the spurious and : .South. [A Applause.] It is a .-Mobile Register. We need some sort of a second reformation

t P. B. BBOKAW'S' shame to see so many of these corrupt -- ._...- --- to purify this bogus Chris
pretended sympathy and anxiety of ," and Bishop Potter is taking .,
agents throughout the South.- FRAUDS BY COTTON 'AcKXTS.-"--On tianity
' i LIVERY AND SALE certain Northern neople for the, I All through the South they are as the 27th ult., Mr. Davis, of Kentucky a step in',the right direction in opening -

"freedme?," he said : locusts, eating every green thiny.- \ asked to call up the resolution, his batteries upon tho musical
of the huuting after little cottonwe offered him for the profanities with which it is associated
"Men who have knowledge They are a recently ; by appointment
Stables, J.Sr freedmen may be warped by {f heir do not want. Let the 'people of a committee to investigate .
sympathy and by their generous sentiments have their dotton! and call home frauds by agents' of tbO: Cotton ... .
so as not well to consider these agents. Let us bave peace \ Bure l1. :Mr. Davis caused to be A Young ladv who was 'rebuked
TALLAHASSEE: FLA. that while legislating to save the we do not want more {r"we do not read a letter from a former Provost\ by her mother for: kissing her lover

-ALSO- freedmen, it may be at the expenseof want these agents in the South- Marshal at Natchez} ,' alleging thai justified the act by quoting the passage

CARRIAGES 1 BUGGIES, WAGONS those laws and those instrumentsin these predatory nuisances." [Ap enormous frauds- we're committed_ by --"Whatsoever- 'Ore- -woulrl that

HARNESS" FOR SALE which his very safety itself resides ; plause.] Ifr. department commanders in the men should do unto'you, do',' \l fOvea,
AND [ : .
and if they'are carried past the point .:\ Ueerhcr, in eoucluding his-ad' South. so to them." -. < : -
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ri. trJclu., On the flnt, page will be: found the subeuinre In the Report of' the National Freed- I ''The Radical Republican editor of,the Frccdmcn. .', I y

(the; Speech made ,by Mr. BBECBIkn men.' Relief Association, ,a -"Chaplain"writes Franklin county, (Pennsylvania.) Xepcii- I take this method of saying to the citizens ,

; S at.the great Keeling in NewYork In from Florida to this effect : I tory Is so wrathy over the veto of the Florida, Unit in the absence of

vindication of till! President's veto and "Your Society should; net upon the I I Frccdmen'a Bureau till), that he declares funds for day school, we l have gotten

THURSDAY MARCH 15, I860. thegeneial[ ,policy-of his .Admiui tratlon. principle that instead of sympathy, the President Jonssost must Immediatelyhave and are. getting up Sabbath Schools allover
bitterest in this State
The of the South to opposition prevails and he only the State for our colored Ministersand
|press ought: publish in regard; to your effort in behalf of the a new Cabinet, as can ,
Agents forTbe SeiiHncl. 'this Speech and the people! of the, South freedmen, and more liberal provisionmust choose those who harmonize'with ';him In citizens respond readily to this work..

Mr. D. II. Witsojr, lit Quincy. ought to read It for the same reason and be made bv the Government or by principle, it makes the following selectionof We have Sabbath Schools In Tallahassee,

Mr THOMAS JENKINS, at Madison. -upon the,name principle that the North the houses benevolence and for teachers'the North homes for, if the mihoof-colored Cabinet officers for him We publishit Monticello, Madison, Houstonn, Lake,

nl'ssjs'DaEW & OAKIKT, Jacksonville, ern papeis' publish the Speech of Mr. children of the South are to be edu "just for the fun of the thing : City, No. lChaires', ,) soon whave one at

Cot. D. J. TAYLon at Fernandina.Maj. STFPHKSS! of Georgia, and the Northern cated. Had the freedmen any chance, Secretary of State-Alexander, II. Stephens No. 2. At,Concord we opened with over

F.:C. BARRETT, at Gainesville' people! read and comll'lel1lthat :' It'IIt' they would do much to help themselvesin Georgia. 200 pupils, !in which! the first ladles and
these respects. But they cnnnot buy, Secretary War-John A. :McCans-
JOHSBOH lead to a better understanding between gentlemen of Leon county are zealously
Mr C..E. at Monticello. ,
hire, lent or work on sharesan acre of land, West Virginia. .
Mr. V. L.. STBOMAH at Centreville.Mr. the people of the ,two sections, and aid land, and they'are unable to work by the Secretary the T'asurnenjnmtn engaged; '

Jon .A. GRUBS, at Savannah,'Oa.Votice very much!! to restore good feeling.BKECHEH ; .- month or year except -on such terms as Wood, New York. The like work is going on in Gadsden
has made trouble and mischief will enable them barely to make: a living. Secretary of the Navy Commodore county; besides 'on almost every place

enough In timers past, unquestionably ; ." -Semmes, Alabama.Secretary and plantation the blacks are Instructed
] -Daring the absence oft bo under. of the Intel'lor-William B.
Ignod, the bunlnon of the Sinlinel Offlco will but he is on the right: tack now, and he We do not hesitate .to pronounce the Reed, Pennsylvania daily; Many gentlemen f have found

b. conducted by Mr. J.: M. Don, liMtor, in has the.: ability and Independence requisite representations of this so called Chaplain Postmaster Oeneral-Clement] C. .'.Vallandigliam doing/: take greaLdelight in it and say ,
charge. His devoid of truth, It Is a matter of but little Ohio. !
undertaken. ,
for (he work he has they hboqllite a proficiency.Where
WM. A.. BHOBEB.Tallahance consequence who he may be but it Attorney General-John C. Breckin- '
F;b. 10, 18M. defection I is most seriously -felt by his old ; lidge, Kentucky.The Is the gentleman and lady with
must be remembered that while these
associates, who are heaping ridicule and a soul can withhold when they look at f\\
School 'Teachers I same paper further says :
J2TThls portion of the State Is greatly abuse upon him, but he strikes a lieaviej Chaplains, Travelling i the Ignorance of the race and their anxiety -
"As McCausland and Breckintidge are
In need of rain. Wells and cisterns are blow, both In and out of the pulpit, than Agents, i&c., are writing their! letters and now sojourning in Canada for their health : to learn 1 We don't expect to make

running dry, and 'gardens are-suffering any man !in the Radical ranks j while for making "official" reports teeming with there may be some difficulty In celling'' doctors, lawyers, politicians or statesmen

from .the drought. the matter of ridicule, or abuse, It is time falsehood and misrepresentations; to he them to accept. We know tbat General:i but we can learn them to read the
published at the North for the McCa>island has declined the hospitalities
and labor wasted to use any such weapon purposeof of our town, and, for the 'same reason word of God, and w wiYJ da it,
TBRODOH IN FIVE D.&rs-A gentlemanwho against him, for it Is just what he likes. creating feeling against: the State night decline to go to Washington! ; but -
,left ,New York and people of Floiida, they are at the tame If Is and
on Thursday last, No Southern man nhonld permit his so; Col. Mosby unemployed, JIT (LAS.
reached here yesterday at 4 P. M. His prejudices to carry him so far as to put time, urging and entreating our citizensto could take his place If Breckinridge Let every plainer build a house for a
aid them and other' cannot return, perhaps !Ill'. Benjamin
route was by steamer to Savannah pecuniaiily every
by the BEKCFIER'S Speech aside without seeing could. We respectfully suggest! also, church, sabbath and day school-a few
Gnlf Railroad to Thomasville, thence to what he says and how he pays it. He will way, and the people of Florida, In all sections hat Gen. Lee be called to West Point, Saturdays given for this purpose can effect

Monticello, and to Tallahassee by Rail. find a great! many truths and a great deal are doing it where he can teach loyally to our future it and form a kiud of peasantry, a
road. This .. soldiers, and as all the matures of Davis o
to the time _
made In his
up of common sense in it, expressed f little' field of usefulness for the family
; the
ho Is Johnson
-w proclaimed by as
New York to this In How They Fed J '
place 1860-61. peculiar way, and although savoring:: but chief of the assassin of President Lincoln circle. Thel('I' missionary work without

little of the pulpit style, none the less The Washington correspondent of The I I -1'ave: been hung, it would be but proper going from home Sally forth on Sabbath ,t ..

THE PUBLIC II ALTB.-We are glad, to I clearly and boldly put forth. We wantto Philadelphia Press, (a paper also owned that Davis he released and his treason mornings, young and old, to leach! i
made Infamous him
sea that steps are being promptly taken, see Sumner and, Phillips and the rest or controlled by the notorious JOHN: W into lIp the Senate from! lIli by
now that warm weather has
the city in a proper condition, looking to so that they will\ never again disturb and head fugleman for the Radicals,) at Fort Pillow, would be a capitalman these reciprocal rel. tlon i. \ .

the preservation of the public health.- the peace of the country ; and BEECDER writes to that paper on the 2d lust., as to take charge of the fieedmens'bu, And when we can get a teacher lo :
and thus organized the Admim'slralion !
:This Is done, we believe by the to'do It. lIe will not only brat follows reau, .
Military is the man : of President Johnson would 1 bn harmonious teach a day ch..olln, this nice whitewashed ,:
Commandant of the post. at least them at their own and confound, DESERTERS TAKE NOTICE. '
; a notice came in all Its parts and consistent\ log building, a nice Southern

;.from him to put Our premises in order them Iu the argument, but he vlll\ carry There I Li now a splendid opportunity with itself." lady In your family or 'onnllllrntlentan, ,

was served on us yesterday, and, we off a good portion of their! followers with for every "deseiter" from/ the national --. if not your son or daughter, to engageheartily j
suppose, upon all tenants of him while that "raoial sense of whichwe army, every Copperhead of the Vallandisham -
buildings. ,
love distinction
!; stripe: and every returned traitor, The "Picking;: Season.' in this woik. i
We were Informed that the dirt from have heard so much of late years, will to possess Government patronage! here. that stands aloof from the vulgar and 'i

yards, &c., 'should be piled up in heaps;, receive' an impulse, (not a shock,) that Mr. COLFAX, Speaker of the House of ft is well understood that I the cotton the vicious, but I I Ignoie that fal. e' distinction

and that wagons would be sent around to cannot fail to produce the very best re- Representatives, a Radical, bet a box ol picking season will test ellf-cmally, the that would Isolate me from h'l-' J

remove it.: We heartily, commend the sults in the settlement of some very !important cigars with a cone l'ativeIelllber: of the new system of labor, and determine )precisely manily and go* tln-oiish the world a deadhead 1 j

measures of the Post Command ant. questions now before tile conn House, that the President would not veto how far the "fieed" men and on the theatre of existence, ,

try. Decidedly, the South must back the Freedmens' Bureau' bill. After the women car. be relied: upon, and how much foullierner, awake from this delusive {I
they will A
Fire at ,Jacksonville., ,parson!; BEECUER this time, against all thing had been done, COLPAX sent the writer in the Charleston accomplish.Courier knowing who I Is dream, let pride eo to Its own place ''

'We learn that a fire occnred at Jack- the agencies and evil bf nils combined to box of cigars (forfeited) to the Member's strong jn the faith that'the cotton, where it originated, let us !go to woik- ,,

sonville on Monday last, occasioning a defeat the President's policy and to plun desk, labelled, "]<" 011I a victimamisplaced ( 1306( will not exceed 2,000,000, bales Cl'nl'o the work God intends us to'do f we know \ (,''

heavy loe,. We are without full particulars der and oppress' us.Where confidence" (which he estimates will bring: i" currency the colored character, and -they know im

but understand that tho large brick .. ---.--- four hundred l millions of d ill.usj a.rgucs better than strangers that will flood tins :'

slord of Dr. THEODOBB HARTRIDOE, on Are We WHEAT ANO Fiocn.-The New York In this way, to show that tlie labor laid to do It if we don't.\ We have been I
Bay street, and whjcn is said to have doing but doing too ] the State! 1
feebly :
Ala we in or out of the Union 1 1 I< World has a l lengthy article showing: that cannot bp gotout of the negroes in ""icl,* ;
contained an extensive stock of goods, the supply of wheat and flour is very hug time nuke has nobly moved (tJtIYal d on an enlarged I
to a exceeding 2
Florida a State, or a Territory, or a con crop, ( ,
was destroyed ; also the adjoining build quered subjugated Province Theseare short at the North, and tlmt the only 000,000 bales, though the opinion lit'a plan; |if no carry it nut I the world,) will ad- J i'in
ing, in which was the Florida Union which there i considerable re and heaven bless us-in word, lotus
questions that almost every one has point at < now any goodly number of experienced, philters U I
newspaper establishment-reported to bea stock of wheat Milwaukee: from whatever go at it like putting out fire. |1
that Is
been asking for months past, but no one cotton raised 1\ ill b,- pick- :
.totallosl. Mr. STICKNEY: the proprietor was found able to answer them. At list which point i il I is being/ steadily shippedto i ed, "sure and certain :" 1'ullr1'1)' kindly] and affectionately, iE.
of the Union, has our warmest, sympa- St. Louis It concludes'by B. DUNCAN. j
ties the thing/ is settled, and in a manner en saying : As slaves] in the "picking searon" they
and we trust that thin misfortune The GainesvilleNew It is, indeed, a novel assumption that were tasked, and forced by taxed exactions Asst. Sup't for Pub. Schools "
Trill occasion only a temporary suspension tirely the United States have not raised, intent to expose themselves "from dwy for Freedmen.
of his valuable paper. We have ,not Era gives the answer in a very few enough for their own consumption. But morn to dusky even" in the alternately NOTK.-I have several applications for
learned whether words, and with no less simplicity' than there is reason lo fear that the sequel willprove dripping and giillingly" hot cotton field ; .;
of the were
insured. any parties truthfulness. The people of Florida ale it to be well founded. The great but now, as uncontrollable freedmen, no schools from Southern young men and .
under obligations to The Era for rush of population to time cities and manufacturing such exactions can be enforced against young ladies. I would say we shall haveto
.. great States, and ''the absorption of them, no such amount (if labor be /got: get up houses, and as the tax will not
til'Look out for horse thieves f There the ,good: service it has done them. Here pnl'rgles.I'hl'e cotton may be raised, in out of them Nor are they to be blamedfor be availableuntil next fall the 60
we bave It : the growth: of that staple, to the entire this .defloincy. The deduction from crni s
appears to be organized bands of them If the Union is a political Heaven and neglect of brcadstuffr, indicate an increased tI.elrl'a es would be but, "a drop in the. from eich.] pupil \per month, is all we

depredating in different sections of the the State of Florida is "a political Hell," borne demand j while the unquestioned bucket" against the doctor's bills and the could promise at present. E. B. D.

Stqte. The Gainesville Era states that then we must ber in a kind of political, paitail failure, (if the crop in fully one heavy discount upon their constitutional --. -
seven very fine horses have been stolen territorial Purgatory, for we are neitherin half the wheat-growing States, together sanity consequent upon their exposure
out. We cm be prayed out' ov in, willi the general falling off in agricultural in the cotton fields, while the full foliaged F/RB AND'MARIAS LOSSES FOR TUB :'
wit bin nor
a days, and no trace of them PAST Two MOlITlls-'lhe heavy time
at time the high priests; of Yaukeo- energies, place the fact of diminished sup. plants were yet showering with the drip-
has been discovered. Planters any plug dew Hence "Sambo" will be and marine losses during/: tbe months of
especially dora think proper, and it is thought we ply beyond dispute. from
should k look three to five hours behind time" in January end February of the present 1
good in bef
eep out. S-hall be allowed to ,go: oi e long. -
have :
borne hard
his daily! picking, and that picking, undera year upon weak Insurance
"A political, territorial PurgatorY I" THE PEACE PROCLAMATION. is understood beaming sun, only stimulated] bv the companies. In January there .. ,..
GEN SCOTT.-The Macon Telegraphsays Just. SO. that the Peace Proclamation by scarcely appreciated wages of the plan were sevent .three fires, where the loss W

that Gen. SCOTT, who is now at Pen- the President is delayed by the unsettled tation. at each amounted to $20,000. and upwards .;
and the total value of the
sacola, endorses unhesitatingly! all that The Fenians. *, condition of affairs in Texas She alone, ty destroyed was within a trifle proper'i of I.\i\ ,- i/

the President said in his Speech of Feb The New York Express says it is estiina of all the States, occupies an Anomalous Important to Planters.. 000 000. There were forty-six of the )

ruary 22d. The Genera's! health I is. much ted at Fenian headquarters, that nearly 'position-in other words,, has not been lame class of flies In February, attended 'i
improved, and he will not return North "reconstructed." The Gainesville New Era baa an articlein with a loss of nearly $5,000,000, making
1,000,000 men are ready to move for the relation to the operations of the Freed about 812,000,000 for the two months 'f
for tome montbs.SE1UIES1t Advices
from Galveston
state that time
liberation of Ireland upon orders to mens' Bureau, in which the' following To this must j>e added at least 8:3,000,000'worth : 1
march. Texas State' Convention has adopted the of !property destroyed where the ,J
is reported that the Government new article to the Constitution, abolishing statement is made : loss was less than $20,000 at each fire.-
has decided not to Commo- The same paper has a report OR good servitude A cafe which has not been and cannot The marine losses for the Arne time aggregate -
bring involuntary for
authority, that negotiations are now In be brought before the Courts, has developed ) $9,000,000, and tbe losses by I
dore SEMMEB, of the Alabama! to trial, progress in Washington to obtain from crime ; protecting African descendants in the fact tbat when 'Contracts, made steamboat dIsasters: on our lakes anti

having come to the conclusion that his the JJnited States government the recog. their rights of property, and allowing between planters and negroes, are adjudged rivers to a million more. Here is a. total' ) )

parole under the surrender ,of General nltlon Ireland as a belligerent power them to 'testify in the courts. What more by the Agent to be invalid, the Freed- I of $25,000,0000 for two months I strong
Johnston was valid.13T Is asked mens' Bureau 'goes on and takes and companies will, of course, weather these .
The Fenian' meeting at Jones' Wood, gives to the negroes one fourth of what is periodical seasons of New York, on the 4th, is said to have ----S made on' the plantations. This works ones must inevitably go under.-Jf. Y*' \
Mr. SEWARD has declared in the '
seeming injustice in certain The Herald
been the largest one ever held in this t1r' PETROLEUM ,1s getting to be "a cases.
most emphatic terms, that lie is responsible published orders state that no contract ---- ..* .
for the position the President has as- country, It being estimated that fully I real institution" and a very profitable with Ute negroes shall be valid, unless it 17 A Washington on dit' has- it that

mined opposition to Congress 100,000 people were piesent. Colonel one to tJie Government. It appears from expires on or before the 251U day of December Gen; John A. Logan will succeed' Secretary -
O'Mahony said, in his speech, that within the recent Report of the Internal Reve If planters then are not careful, and
at the end of' the sear they have Stanton Montgomery Blair will
I2T A New Orleans dispatch says that six Weeks an army would be landed in nue Commission that the tax or revenue pay that amount after feeding may and furnishing to be the successor of Secretary Harlao.13T .

at a late flremenu' demonstration in that Ireland. The enthusiasm was unbouud- accruing from petroleum the past year negroes generally We would j

city the day passed off'pleasantly ,.,wlth ed. amounted to nearly three millions of dollars call their special attention to the matterof The President has recognized ''f

the exception of the temporary arrest of A Washington despatch ,says that the and that with the present excessive the necessity of complying with the Frederick John-Cridland as Consul ofher':
rules of the Buieau because its
the band for playing the "BonDle: Blue British :Minister has protested against the tax on crude oil thrown off, it is estimated ignore all State law;*, .and we cannot agents conceive Briitanlc Majesty for the States of Flori-: ,

fla:s" and other Southern ajrs., immunity enjoyed by the Fenians, but I that the revenue receipts the present year a remedy for the planters' in at. da and'Alabama' to reside, at Mobile

5 the Government does not regard the evidence will from a tax of twenty cents per, gal tempting ,to. resist the decisions of the ,

AT LAST !I-It is stated that, Gen. HOOD as sufficient to warrant Interference' Ion on refined, amount to Hie-round sum I tary agents to or enforce tlie Bureau their,orders who nave, irrespective the mili- C7The olt excitement In Canada runs

reached Nashville ]last week, and, met --. .. of lit,millions of dollars.' Tile statement of State laws. almost as high as at any time in Western

with "a much more friendly (eceptlon than Snow in THE Wcirt-In:' Illinois and Min wilt, no doubt, be received) with much The amount of trouble and unfortunate near Pennsylvania.the town of Enniskillen well hits been opened.

was extended to him there a,year ago: nesota, ,during last'month, the snow laid satisfaction ,by the people.rThe'Ricbm.nd' ting legislation for the which people is is gradually really accumula. the Hendricks well, which pumps, known fifteen as

.. to six ... alarming, and hundred barre
from two feet deep, and on some & we have thrown put these hints of clear oil iw day
put :
The I fast charity ball in New York I of? the Illinois! Railroads the enow-drifts Sentinel has been them on their guard that they may forti ,
I,were sixteen feet high' fy themselves against:;: future difficulties. length ought! a lady' crinoline to
yielded 11,80525 profit. i :: merged-jq: the Inquirer.: ;' "1 bel A lit iletUivc] twofm. t'


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:. BY TELEGRAPH. Novel Discoveries i COMMERCIAL', For New Orleans !I-McKlBBIN, & ALLEN
A late Paris paper contains the follow-\

FttOM; WASHINGTON. Ing : Tallahansee: market.
BRimxtLOrrict, TOE B AMER
The peasants wbo dwell on the shoresof TALLABAIIM I Kla., :March, 16,1806. >\ r HAVE NOW IN STORE
I the lake of Switzerland had often stated
thai, at a short distance from the Middling.................................80 a 31
KKVEKU8 OFFICERS. land, rows of stakes might be seen Ordinary.................................26 a 21 The Largest and Handsomest '
NEW ORB: March 7.-The Times'' through the water emerging from the W*hear of no sales except of one bale ordinary r
Washington special says : There has recently mud of the bed. No Interest was, how. \early In the week,nt 26 cents.
been ft convention of Internal Revenue ever attached to the phenomenon till
officers of the Southern States at about eight! years since. At the end of Macon Market. ASSORTMENT OF

Atlanta, Georgia: which appointed a com 1850, the waters! of the lake of Zurich Ornoi M aeon MIOOH, :March TILXOIUPB 9, 1866. Ii ] J. L.8 L
\f. ; miUee, consisting of Assessor Bowles] of sank considerably, and the thrifty proprietors
CotTOK, Tbe demand yesterday resulted In
Vf", AujnsU, Georgia, and Collector Moses, of land on the bank proceeded at the sales of-76 bales. .W. quote 80 cjntsasthetop dEORI4w, GIFT, MASTER, DRY GOODSEVER
; of Sumter, South Carolina, to proceed to once to add to their estates the portion of of the market, WILL ply hereafter regnlnrly between the
, J' Washington for the purpose of urging the lake bed left here, by constructing i of BT. MARKS sod the above Port,
f Orrtci fUtLT SOX i LAD TIMKS, {
,0 upon Congress the modification of the permanent dykes against the] return of i Columbus, Qn,, :March 10, 1865. { TotichIng tat Apalachlcola.
,,: test loath, so far as it affects Assistant the water. COTTOW.-Owing ton dispatch baring been received I: For Frolgllf or further particulars, to OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLO-
Assessors, and Deputy Collectors, under While these,,"orks were being carrriedon Thursday afternoon that cotton had declined I f P> MoRlBBIN 4 apply ALLEN. RIDA,
i the advice of the Secretary of the Treasury a row, or rather a system erf stakeswas one penny In Liverpool 80,cents.the market was Tall ppBWO, Feb. 27,1808. tf i
and In consequence of the ImpossIbility discovered at some little depth extremely dull. Middlings

for obtaining men who could take below tbe surface. Evcavatlons were: be. DRUGfr! DRUGS !
!III! in
I Consisting of
thptest| oath, Assistants have been appointed gun at this spot, and the result was (fo d 'tdi tmtnt part
, in many coses who could only disinter a great variety of objects, which ttv .
I partially qualify. To urge Congress to proved that a large number of human be. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Brown and Bleached Mnsllns,

":: do this is the first object of the commit ings had once had their dwellings sup. ,. I ,
.'. 41 1 tee, falling In which they will urge that ported over the water by the stakes. Ca JULIAN BETTON, I Jaconet,

.fh''' the salaries of these Assistants be made riosity Having been once aroused, resources DEALER IK LARGEST STOCK
'', large enough; to induce Northern men togo were prosecuted not only at Obemei .

I and accept the offices Ion, where the first disco'eryVas made, Boots, Shoes and Leather,* In the State, of Georgia. Cambric, and .
but all over Switzerland. It was gradu

1 THE NIANS. ally established that the mud near the TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Swiss Mnsllng,
shore of almost Swiss lake ----- -
NEW YORK, March 7.-The Fenian ercitemeiit every single
still continues. Public meetingswere supplied similar evidence. At some primeval First Door North of State: Dank Canton Flange
period a population cf considerable JTIEDICJNES. Chemicals, .
held last night in various of
parts March DRUGS Mocli'olnes' and Verfiimorles. .
8,1868. 3m /
the city and at Brooklyn. Over ten density had lived: in huts constructedon Trusses, Surgical! Instruments, Dye Bluffs, ,
thousand dollars' worth of bonds were stakes which rested on wooden sup. Flavoring Extracts, &0., &c. Tickings, .
subscribed for, and fifty muskets were ports, driven in the bed just as the Malays Bole Agent! for Delml>od'i! Extract of Buehn

presented by the friends of the cause. Borneo and the Siamese at Bangkok may and reparations Barsaparllla, .Arer'l. Domingo PrepnrationJeynu's BWo.r and Blanket, ,
\ This evening there is to be a grand mass be seen living to this day. A wonderfnl ANOTHER CARGOARRIVED 'reparations,Hoofland's German BlttersClori>5
meeting o: Fenians in Brooklyn In front number of articles pertaining to the daily Hair Uestorer'Thomp and I'balon'l flairPreparationc
and Toilet Articles,W ell'l Strengthnlur Cloths and
line of the races have been
of the Hall for which unusual
I pre '? Flusters and all other Patent Medlelnos be-
parations are being: made. ought to light In some places the material fore the trade.

A report afloat here to-day that the of the dwellings has been preserved 'asslmcres,.
J',;,. .K steamer City of London, which sailed iu the mud, the floor of hardened 1 ALSO, .
. earth and the twisted blanches and the
from here last Saturday has been cap -----
.' lined by a Fenitn privateer, Is undoubtedly bark which formed the walls. Arms The most extensive and complete ttoek of '
a canard. have been discovered in great quantities,
tools from saw In flint to needles In PAINTS Ladies' Dress Goods:

QUARANTINE ESTABLISHED. bone, ornaments, children's tU)' ", the re ,
mains of stored-tip fruits of various ]kind1 .
NEW YORK, March 6.-The Post says Oils, Varnishes, French> Zinc, Colors, Artists' French Merinos .
that Intelligence has been received by -nay, even a cellar or receptacle full of end Painter's MaterIal.. to be band In any sec- ,
I one of the New Orleans Steamship Companies corn, and a loaf bread composed of bruised McKlBBIN & ALLEN, lion of the'Boutb, and at price which A180'
grain, and preserved tiy carbonization CTBLY Ditrr ooHpniiTioK.
.t in this that order
city a military Merinos
By the side of these relics are found the J ,
J has bl'eulNsned all vessels arriving
bones of animals, whom they slew In GLASS.
v from the West Indies to be subject to
chase, many belonging to species extinct
caution twenty-five against days'the quarantine introduction, as of a chol-pre before the rise of history, or barely, mentioned TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Every variety of Glass, French and German Alpacas
In it. The urns, the bison, the elk, Platp. Stained, Cut and Sky Light Glass, ilngle
eta. and the beaver furnished them with food< and double thickness. French and English Poplins,
and with the materials bur dome ol theil

. .... THE LOAN BILL. most ingeniously constructed utensils. HAVE JTJriT RECEIVED Pure French Brandies Poll de Cheevers
Secretary McCulloch assured ,
was yesterday So plentiful. and perfect are the remains ,
by several members" of the Ways found in the lakes that much more has
and Means Committee that as soon as the been learned concernirg the daily life and Wines and Whiskies, [Plain and Fancy

reciprocity matter was disposed of, the manners of men whose existence WOK not

loan bill would be called up and finally suspected ten :years ago, than) is known> of VIA ST. MARKSA For Modle'nnl purpose; and a largo supply of A.11 Wool
deposed of. They also notified him that races which have left a famous oat ,ie ill other Liquors for general use. .
Mr. Stevens' subslitue would not prevail history of tradition.
\ ,, Bruch, Foucher & Co.'sCEIAMPAGNES. .Delaines

I ,WAHINOTOK, March 6Gen. B. II. It Is reported that Commodoie Vniulcr American Delaines
,; Grierson testified/ before the Reconstruction bilk, (hose munificent gift to the Union, ,
Committee in reference to Alabama] at inn outbreak of the ebellinti, of a Sole Agents of the only true Imported Brands
.. .. Mississippi! and Tennessee. He thought splendid] steamer valued at half a millloi HARDWARE In Hlery the,country pronounced,vie: by Carte all D'Or conuoktaeura, Lao D'Or superior, and Fancy Silks,

that Tennessee was a more ]lob al State of dollars, so gial.fled the nati, nab heart,]) to any heretofore In use.
than either Georgia, Alabama, or Missis being called on a jew evenings since'gave In great variety'VV'1n.'ter
.,:., 4. slppi; he also! believes that therein now the following sentiment: Special Agent for tho American Vintage Company
an organization existing throughout said "Tht health of the President of the and a Targe lock of their celebrated Cili-
fornla brands constantly on band. ; l haw1i
Slates for the renewal of the rebellion United States : Some say his recent

In answer to tile question, "In there any speech I ii vulgar. I say it is just."-JV. DRY GOODS My special arrangements with :Manufacturers AT ALL PRICES.
tiputnnenl; with regard to a foreign war," Y. World. and Importers of the North,and In Europe,war.
]he, said: ''Ther seems to be manifested a -- .-- rant me in not only guaranteeing the absolute
and Genuineness of entire stock, but
: desii to have the country go to war with A DISI.OTA& SPN !-ftie Washington also Purity unable me to sell any my of the above men-
France, relative to Mexico ; and I think 1 Chronicle is the appropriate advocate of Stoned lines of goods at Bret cost prices-In some
.t in such an event they would seine the op. loos even less than transportation.An Cloths and Cossimeres
the lest legislative absurdly : \
portunity to turn against the Govern.went.
"The crime of counterfeiting the national examination of my prices will sustain these

I General Howard testified that I' currency jusitites the punishment statements In every particular. IN GREAT VARIETY, t .

.,. the feeling of many South Carolinians Is of death. The perpetuity of the !government FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
,J' not kindly] towards the Government, and is at stake.: The life of the nationis tlf o. tlf c. 4)o. elf o. HATS AND CAPS,
-' could hardly] be called friendly. He met : paramount to all other considerations
,., however, with gentlemen who seemedtor "Such,is the perfection to which the W. M\ WALSH, BOOTS AND SHOES
show the proper spirit, but a great arts have attained in the present day thatit ,
is to the skill) Msrab I, 1889. If Barnard& Kta,
many persons exhibit ill feeling and a I Impossible guard against 8.E.Cor. Broughton
,. disposition to circumvent the requirementsof of the counterfeiter. This arch-enemy of HARDWARE,
the Government, especially with refer credit] assisted his diabolical schemesby SAVANNAH, GEO.

euce to the "nigger." the !god of day, and photography becomes CROCKERY
Mr. Lewis, Secretary of the State of his willing slave." M DOYLE & CO. fob 8, 18M-tf ,

Virginia, under Gov. Pinrpont believed
.that Virginia would be loyal but for the PHOFOOSD WISDOH.-A great many JOHN M. GUERARD, Tin Ware, &ct: &c.
.. fools strut in a dignified way through life JAS.
-.9 ''publishers of newspapers and politicians, SUCCESSORS TO DOYLE.
and get credit for wisdom they are flit at Law
who control public opinion to a great ex. f Attorney .
from possessing. In a recit ntion room: ina

teat.Gen. Thomas the Alabamians'are late reboot not a thousand miles from Corner Bay and Whitaker Sts 175 Bay Street, Gn.OOEB.XmSFLOUR:: :

anxious to have satS l'Iir State restored to Chicago, one of the professors, to test the SAVANNAH GEORGIA.
'the Union, but are'not personally friendly ability of the student be was examining, SAVANNAH GEORGIA. ,
this 24 1868. l to Union men. Similar testimony was propounded question. February ,
"Mr -, what do you think should
relative Arkansas
'received from others, to
and other Southern States. be Icide done 1"with a man who had committedsu WHOLESALE:GROCERS :vI.ILLUD'S SUG4R,

NEW YORK, March 3.-A letter from
The student was puzzled he rubbedhis tARD -
'the city of Mexico says the good will 9!f head a moment as if to brighten hb LIVERY STABLES TOBACCO, &c., dt{'.

'the E-rapei'nr Maximilian towards Amer ideas, and then responded."Well DliLtBB IXPROVISIONS
leans! bas been shown by the extension QUINCY, FLORIDA.
it is my opinion as a professional Powder Shot and Percussion
within a few days to the American ,
that he to be made to '
man ought
sup. ,
CSS In readiness to
are always convey
and Mexican of the
steamship company, the child HA Caps.
port: !I" PaHsenvwrs arriving on tbe Railroad trams,
sighs to make Sinai, In Yucatan, a stopping to CUA1TAUOOCIIKE, or any point to which
'" place, as lieU as by the resolution I tJT It is expected that telegraphic Foreign and Domestic liquorsWOODKN theym.ydes.retogo.. TIIEO. WILLARD.

which the government has taken to anticipate I communication between Russia and February 22, 1860. IwBLACKSMJTHINC
the payment to the company of America will be established within a year. Wines &
tbe annual subscription ; which does not W.AJSE.WllAPPIXG Liquors,
fall due by the terms of the contract before Cincinnati' paper says that Idaho hasa
the end of May peat The Mexicanaid population of 30,000, and not a minis.
American Express company also has (ter of the gospel( the whole territory. The largest Stock in the State1'' '
received! a concession of the right to ARE now prepared: to execute every descrip
transmit goods to New York without Newspaper Postage. &c. &o. &0. of CONSISTING OF .

paying custom-house fees or consular Postage on DlIily.Papers to subscribers, BLACKSMITHINQ
"dues. American capital also Is understood in advance In the beet manner and as I low as *
,.t to be invested in a new railway line,, when pre-peid quarterly or yearly tbe cost of material, 4o., will admit of. They WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, CRAM '
concession either at the mailing office or officeof have secured the services ot tome of the I PAGNE PORT,'SHERRY AND
for which a has been granted ,
85 cents six
delivery quarter,
,between Vera Cruz and per ; SMITHS IN THE CLARET WINES COCKTAIL
Philadelphia and times per week per quarter, 80 cents; AGENTS FORCelebrated BEST STATE.

Jalapa. on Tri-Wsekiy papers, per quarter, 15( ,Those wlll be who guaranteed may favor entire us satisfaction.K7 with their! patronage AND STOMACH

i." Trustees of the cents; for 8mi.WelJ per quarter, ten T.A."'5r' x. 0 n.19 -Snop, nearly opposite the Post Office. BITTERS, &c., &c.
I7Tbe Washington
I cents ; for Weekly per quarter, 5 cents. Feb. 8,1866tfPLOUGHS
Monument klTThe merchants of Florida are respectfully -
National Society show that
WtiUly; newspapers (one copy) sent by
requested to examine our stock:
after paying all liabilities against the the publisher to actual subscripts with. AND .
fund, there Is a balance of nearly 12,000 and AlbanyIMPERIAL before deciding to purchase New York
In tbe county'where
; invested in good securities for the mouu PLOUGH IRON. as we will duplicate all bills a(New York
ment. 'I frll. __,_ : prices, thereby saving them time and

\ tA Paris correspondent write 10, Il, 60 and 60 Plough; f retch't. .
\Jons W. FORNEY, D. D.-Dirty dog or has NOB. Inch Cast Half Bbovel'do.8 .- W Poitilit1l na good mid at retail
dead duck-you pays your money, and that Patti accepted an engage CREAM ALE. Inch wide Iron. .
you takes your choice In the 'ono case ment at St.. Petersburg at ..400 For sa'e! at McKihbinUic fi Allen.'
P. )1, +
he is cenini, In the other, tanard. (2.000) ) a night. 6aUIIII:1b: Ga, fib. M, 1860 Jrn February 27, 1656. If C, I860--tr. '-

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id'1.jt' :cnfincIf con's face had elder.thetet_ expression' of aPresbyterian .No The regiment 2d C.in.,S the', Caratey.annals;' .of history I' WHOLESALE AND 'RETAIL :STORE. -

of all the bestow- .
l bodily gifts
ever produced a greater array
SHOBER el niture upon this favored: child, ,of military talent and genius than I ___ af
th fcE..VJflUftJBP'l admirable was the 2d U. S.: Cavalry, organized in .

PUBLISHER AND P 'PRIETOR. his vole MHfluj lbv.i heard ono more pursuance of an act of Congress pass (f) "W m S @) : $

1. p : inelocid K" was n depth of'i ed March 3d, 1855, whilst Hon. Jefferson

THURSDAY MARCH 15, 1860. i" i MR,>' a compos *,a rich Davis was Secretary of Warin .! ..
end\, '' ily, which invested the cabinet of President Pierce.
'- -- sai\ esty ?' We heard Albert Sidney Johnson Colonel. SIESPECTFCLLY! INFORM: OUR FRIENDS THATVK HAVE

WHAT WILL US POOR GIRLS DO ? i if.lSst when; ie'w'af'an old man, past Robert E. Lee, Lieut. Colonel. WE? ..N D A .

seventy* and all lib s.-fid was a few Wm. J. Hardee, (old reliable,) Wm@&rn Itat AID f S JBHIJAHIEi SlfilBIE! ()
r' BV A V.ICTIM. words of/acknowledgment to a groupof Major.
ladies in the largest hall in Phila At the Old Stand In Tallahassee,where we are prepared to iopply customers with all kinds o
Ala I aim 1 for us poor girle, Among its Captains! were Gen. E.
The times are all amiss, delphia.: IIcspoko only in the,ordinary i. Kirby Smith, of this State, Gen. Earl Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes
We and and twist curls tone of conversation but his Dry ,
sigh sigh, our Van Dorn, and G"n. N. G. Evans, 'of
And hope for that and this. voice filled the room as! the ojjJfAn, fillsa
South Carolina the hero of.Secession-
Our momma's seek to keep the style HATS & OAFS CLOTHING HARDWARE CROCKERY AND
great cathedral, and the l ladi&stood ville and Leesburg. The above .
While gen-
papa growls "puoh-pooh,
And we re the vIctims all the while, spell-bound as the awl! 't \cadences tlemen were known and recognized as AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS

What will us puir girls do l' rolled about the vast! apartment.. We "Johnny Rebs" during the recent t j, ,
have heard much of 'Whitfield's At the =aowoot ClASh Prtoo& :for OAsh or

The fashions! change hoth night and Any, piercing voice and Patrick Henry's war.Major General Thomas, U. S. A., COTTON"
By which we're sorely vexed, silvery tones, but we cannot believe
fades was one of the Majors, General
WhatVfon just now soon away, that either of those natural oratorspossessed Having established a branch of our house In New York, we are prepared to furnish Geode of JIll
Stoneman U. S. A. the celebrated
I wonder whnt'sthe next* George kinds, In any quantity on the shortest notice and the most advantageous term
The "Bloomers" were forsaken all, an organ superior to' Clay's'majestic raider, was a Captain in the

And next the "long trail." too, bass. No" ono who ever regiment.We Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to .
And now down goes the "Waterfall," heard him speak will find it difficultto ask what body of troops of like

What will us poor girls do believe what tradition reports, that number, either in ancient or modern HODCKISS SCOTT fc CO.
he the star of the Rich ,
was peerie.ss times has such of
produced an
I tell you what, in a single word. array
We'll seek our recompense, mond Debating Society in 1795. distinguished military officers 1- N'E'VV' YOB.B:
.We'll vote such humbugs all absurd, The following reminiscences of Mr. Gainesville New Era. Tallahassee, Jon. 0, 1865-.ly
And stick tocommo1i, sense. Clay are from the pen of the Hon. -'- -
To what is good let us adhere, Thomas who wrote them PEN &GEOKGIAKAILKOAD,
Ewing, as a VIEWS OF GEN. FORREST.-A Emporium of Varieties
. To oil else bid "adieu,
And we will find, both fur and near contribution to a sanitary fair : party was given on board the steamer
'Tis the best we girls can do.' ? Mr. Clay, with all]) his terrible power Vicksbnrg, at Memphis, a few even

e. of denunciation, was in ordinary ings since. Three hundred guests WM. P. SLIJSSEK

Anecdotes of Henry Clay! debate pleasant and playful. When were present ; among them was Gen. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ,

dealing with an ordinary adversary N. B. Forrest. In a conversationwith TiLLAiussRE, Jan IS, 1360. 'I:' ALL.A :It ASSEIC, HMA...
7HS BOYHOOD AND BIB SENATORIAL CA he often reminded of the lines in a'merober of the
me press, he said niidttftcr this date the Train
REER. Mjlton's description of Eden before that he was surprised at recent pub OX the Pentncolu and Ueorgla Railroad will Copper, Tin :and
run dully as follows:
The North American Review, for the fall]) : lications stating that he had left the EASTWARD. SHEET IRON MANUFACTURER,

January has a article on the lion and in his country, and wished him to note in, rs'ave !Quincy................... 4.89 A. M.
very savory
"Sportive ramped,
!pan An :e nt Talliihasnee at............ 630 DEiLF..t IN ))
tho boyhood of Henry Clay, and Dandled the.kid.'l his paper that ho Can\ be found at almost Leave Tallahntnoe at................ 700 "
time on his farm in Missis- Arrive at Madison nt................11.00 "
:gives the following account of him as On one occasion, they:ear,I do not any Leave MadUon .................. .30 English, French and Domestic
he attended school and appeared as remember, but it was the first time sippi, "working hard to pay my Arrived at Lake City at----........ 3.0.. V. M. Goods ,
debts and Government taxes. I ,
a clerk in Richmond : WKSTWAWJ.Leave
the Whigs carried an electron in the fought tho Government said he "as Lake City at................. 8.30 A. M.
\V e catch our first glimpse of the City of New York: I found him early Arrive nt Madison al----------------12.40! P. M. Plain Fancy & Japanned Ware
boy when ho sat in the little log long as I was able, and now I mean Leave Madison at..................12(0 ,
in his scat with a newspaper\ his Arrive at Tallahassee at............. 4.30 "
school house, without windows! 'Or hand. As soon as the to stand by and fight for it to the Leave Tallahassee at.-............... 600 STOVE
floor of of journal was same extent. Arrive at(iulncy. at............. ... 680 HEADQUARTERS.
one a humming score
read he out of order-
rose, quite '
.. ST. StARKS TRAI.V.Leave .
shoeless! bore, where a good natured, announced to the President (Mr. Van TilE FIRST ARMY 'V Tallitbnmee, at................ 130 A. \\d. A large and handsome variety of ,
irritable, drinking English schoolmaster AG Buren the
write and cipher ) Whig victory, spoke of Quartermaster's Department proposes Love St.:! Mark at.......j..........12.00 M. COOKING
taught him to read, their noble efforts in the cause of their Arrive at Tallahassee at............. 145 P.M. STOVES,
to send to the World's Fair
as far as Practice. This was at KiTIlalf an hoar will be given on the arrivalof '
the school ho attended and country, and of their brilliant success. Paris, advertised to be held in the the can at Madison for Dinner, going from Combining .
only ever "Your fellow citizens and coming this way. ,
own Mr. Prosident ,
that was all he learned at it. His spring, a novelty in the shape of tho A line of stages between Quincy BHnbrldge .
-the proud Capital of your no first used by the national and Albany,end between Monticello and Thorntmvllle. SHEET IRON, "
army wagon
widowed mother with her seven ble 'State-has made its voice heardin ,will connect with the tralim
the rebellion. This E. HOUBTOUN,
children her littlo farm and army during A1R-TICHT
young our halls, in defense of the Consti- Jan,16,1866-lf rvt\dent.\ "
two or three slaves, could do no more tution wagon campaigned against -
our country. Ah Mr. President
for him. Next him tail under McClellan, Burnside, BOX, AND
we see a Scott & Co
does this
not warm patri- Hodgkiss ,
your and Hooker. Following Hooker to ,
awkward slender stripling :Jof thir- "
otic heart? : COOKING STORES: ,
barefoot clad in Tennessee, it was transferred to that
teen homespun
impudence absurdity of ,
butternut of his mother's making, army, and was with Sherman in his All Uinimed! in a. nr'at and datable man .
tilling her fields, and going to mill this appeal were too much for the dig grand march to the sea, and from NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. ner. They! can shipped lo any pan of 'ill
with his of nity of a presiding officer. !Mr. Van :Savannah: to Washington.IMt'oRTANT Thni. n. IToagklM, late of numkcllon Brolhora, the Country with perfect safetl. STOVE', '"
bag corn strapped upon Huron's face drew itself into I know Ilan tlmore. PIPES; and ELBOWS constantly i>n hand, .
the family pony. At fourteen, in the not how many indescribable lines, in RAILROAD CONNECTION. G. W. Scott. ,of firm of O. W- Scott i Co.,Tallabasee. Outdoor work-l'in Routing, On tte-,

year 1791, place was found for him which the comical predominated, and .-The Piedmont railroad D. II. Poole,of firm of Poole & Babbitt, Bain. ing down Pipes, Oinamental HoiiMt
running bridge, CU. heads, Sheet Zinc Sheet Ltad.
in a Richmond drug store, where he ( ,
he slid down inhis seat until nothingof from Danville to Greensboro', W. O. Poole, of firm of G, "'. Scott Co.,Tallahassee E "Sliop work of every dp CI'i\tOX1'!
errand and
as boy : youngest him was visible but the smooth top N. C., has lately had its gauge Fla. done on short notice.

clerk for one year. of his head. He soon called]) someone I changed, and made to connect with
the sale of all kiwI of I:
Then occurred the event which decided attention given to ,
to the chair, came down, took a the Richmond and Danville railroad, -t1oaztry.; :
his career. His mother having pinch of snuff with Mr. and after that SOUTHERN PRODUCE. ,
Clay, so passengers can go throughfrom I WOODEN WARE,
married her husband ]had influence
again, wholesome to the purchase and uhlprnent of
a laugh between them Richmond to Greensboro' with- : ijnd WILLOW WARE
enough to procure for the lad tIe morning business went on. out changing cars. Household and Plantation Goods, TOYS
the plao cf copying clerk in the of- His classical allusions (English CHRISTMAS PRESENTS'Of :

fice of the Court of Chancery. Tho classics) were few but sufficiently A gold cross and chain have been Wares, Implements, every description on hand. Call ante

young gentlemen then employed in happy. His attempts to cite poetry dug up at Clare Castle, Suffolk, Eng MACHINERY, '&'0. examine NOT. 7,18CS-lim before/ fiurchasinp elsewhere.

the office of that court long remembered generally failed. On one occasion land, supposed to be the one presented -

the entrance among them of he attempted the hackneyed quota originally to Tewsksberry Abbey, REFERENCES : Saddle, Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT '
their new comrade. He was fifteenat tion from Hamlet in 1235, and alleged to contain por-
the time, but very tall for his; age, tions of the flesh, bones and hair of Mxliui. Currier Griffin: Co., Oa., New York.J. !
"Let L Moore,
the called wince
: jade
wery slender, very awkward, and far oar withersare certain saints, a part of the beam to Bryant Croom, Montgomery, Ala. C .s .
from handsome. His mother unwrung A. B nd, Macon, Clu. ,
good which Lord's fastened ,
our cross was
E. Bond, Macon, Ga.
had arrayed him in a full suit of pep- lie mistook tho last sylable, and and piece from Mt. Calvary. Jan. G. Whlt Demopolli, Ala. I have just received a large assert.mentofooodsconslstlt.gof ..
with Wra. President State Bank of Florida, .9. '
distinctness and Dally
per-and-salt "figginy, an Old Virginia great fine 'emphasis .. TiilluhaHBco.TUOB.. .
\ fabric of silk and cotton. His made it "unstrung." Watkins In the United States Senate on tho }Inmbelton, Trea. Md.< .Fire loa. Com Gentlemen1 and Ladles' Saddle,

shirt and shirt collar were stifly Leigh sat on his right ; I on his left ; 27th, Mr. Sumner introduced a resolution pany Got., Baltimore.2 -tf Bridle Fine Double, Collar aud and Single Whiff Harina, '1"

starched, and his coat tail stood out both at the same instant, in sup calling on the President for information Shoe Saddle Finding Cloth,of

bodily behind him. The dandy law pressed voice, pronounced the word relating to tho appointment PRATOBIES & CLARK, Leather of all kind eviry, deicrlptlon ,1i,

clerks of metropolitan Richmond: ex "unwrung." 'j he double prompting of Provisional Governors in the Travelling Saddle and SatcKela Harness and Hardware Trun, t

changed glances as his gawky figure confused him ; he drew himself up South, how appointed and paid, and MERCHANT TAILORS, Carriage Trimmings, "!
Wagon and
entered, and ho took .his place at a and with stronger emphasis; made tho'wor whether they took the oath of office. Buggy Shaft Buggy,Spokes:! Hubs and, Rims, i':

desk begin. his work. There! \vassomething ."hnng." Ho stood with a very The resolution was passed. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Buggy Axles." and Springs, ,

in his manner which prevented pleasant and unembarrassed countenance CONSTANTLY: ON HAND CARRIAGES '
their indulgence in tho jests until the laugh, which had become THE ARKANSAS SENATORS-In KEEP sale a large and varied assortment ofGENTLEMENSCLOTBING I < AND :BV3GIES 's j

that usually greet tho"arrival of acountry general, subsided, and then the Senate Mr. Lane, of Kansas, sub of Machine every donerlptlon,

youth among city blades ; with a gentle shake of his head anda mitted a resolution to give the :Senators Work made Belting.10 order and tpalrwg done 'lib'

and they afterwards congratulated long drawing out of the first word, from Arkansas the privilege of ALSO, dispatch Anent for. \Vhe"Ier
one another that they had waited a said : "Ah murder will out." I almost the floor of tho Senate Chamber.-- SEWING MACHINES.&: WUton'i and Howe' '

little before beginning to tease him, imagined he had slipped on purpose The resolution was lost by a vote of Cloths, Tallahassee Oct. 28:--tfSOUTIIEKIV J. E PUKDY.. _',' '

-they"soon; found that !ho had to slow his adroitness in recov 18 yeas to 27 nays. A previous motion .

brought with him from the countryan ering. to refer their credentials to the Cussimcre, EXPORT :

exceedingly sharp tongue. Committee on the Judiciary was lost AND 5

Of his first service little is known, Child-like love can spring tip only by a similar vote. Testings, IMPORT COMPANY,.

except the immense fact that he was i toward a' hearten which we lavo ... .

a most diligent reader. I long reposed, and which has protected The esteem of wise and good men Neck Ties; I'

As he grew older, tho raw and nsas, it were, with the first heart's is tho greatest of all temporal encour- TillS COMPANY li now organized and Vo'

awkward stripling became a young leaves against cold nights and hot I. agements to virtue ; -and it is amark Suspeudcrs, prepared to make liberal advance on

.man, whose cvcrj.\jiijovemut had a of an abandoned spirit to have no regard Cotton and other Produce

winning,ora, jconfmanding'grace.-: days.A __.4 for it. Gentlemen's Hose &Ct

Handsome he I\c\'er' 'Rbut! ; his beautiful young lady just entering .I .*.. eonilKiied io our Agent* In Liverpool. The prei. ,

ruddy fece and abundant light )hair, I society asked her mother for a Lucy Stonesays ::"Tho cradle is Gentlomen' garment cut and made In fuib ent\alDeof. Cotton and Pie Stnn Upland and fromwi
the grandeur of his countenance, more watch., .Her mother replied, .."I think. a woman's ballot box." Then we've iormble Kf Store style next superior to 1' B. Tatum'n.manner.. I cents for good |long Colton I" Gold.-
than atoned for the irregularity you need] a watcher more." known unlawful ,voting where October 24-tf .1"lM.lentto will advance one-balf tti value In Gold or In "
two currency. ;..
his features,* His face W. solicit! orders for good.( the
tooL was a ballots were deposited at a time. Ailiniiiistrutrix'8 Notice. and Plaotere. rem Merchant s
compromise. With all'its vivacity 5 of.J st tir It has been beautifully said tnontbiVter date smallest orders The for good strictest from attention England paid, France to Ibo "
expression, there was always ,t>ome. i that "the toil which coverS the. face X3T The Government is about to SIX and vnuchora aa Administratrix will.present my of the acr and German RICHARD;. F. ... ,

thing tbalj sp oto, fthe Baptist offuttmty is woven by the hand of commence the1 rebuilding "of Fort odato Probate of L.of M.1,*oa White.tounty, to the for honnrriile a final settlement Judge of B, FLOYD sFiotids:1'Jack.onvtlle 1\<"'h ,

preacher & -- .* .ndrcw*Jack-!: l merc)'.", ': Sumtcr. and.Bk for .a dinrbange. E. M. IFTlHy:, "V'jriI""AE, n8..UD. Lh.rl'OCti, Enjrlund 1 .
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